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HONOLULpStAB-BULIiETIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1913.
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!AirenU t I Honolulu
; Commission i!crchahts
end insurance Agents
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Hawaii CosisiezidAl A Surar
Co. v ; ; v'.VVi-v
: Haiku :Ecrir Cocttj
Pfcla PliqtaUoa f-';.Of TyA. ,
Haul Agricultural Compsiy' '
tliLuku Flotation Company :
.Kahulul Railroad Cccrxrj :
U&ixu Fruit' tad PtcxJsj Co- J
f E.uaf Fruit tad Laid tviinj f j
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CMIPPIN3 Vnd COMMISSION 1
MERCHANTS, - . j
FlltS ;A MARINE INSURANCE
V- . A;trtt for '"f :'v
naw&llaa AprIcnltcril Co. -: t
Pepecteo- Cu-ajr Cbciri33t,V;-''.,"
Honomu b'usar CompiLny :
Wailnko Etsar CoEpaaj -; i
OloKhr Company - v "h'r,
Kllauca fiupar Flantatloa Co. :
IIIlo Casar -Compaay- - . I
Faanhau Sugar Flantatloa Co,
llakalaa Plantation Company -.
Ilutcllasoa SusarTlaufa Co. .
Walmanalo Sugar Company . :
ITonoluia Plantation Conpatfy
Oceanic Etcamshtp impany -
Baldwin LocomoUT Works
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Ganaral 'Agent for Hawaii:
"Atlas Aiaul-anco Company of
London, New - York Under-1-i
wriUre Agency; Providence '
Washington Inearanco , Co-
l 4th : Floor 8Ungenwald4 Bids.
(U Iloaolsla were paln swrpt
hy ceaflafratloa, eal yei
; cellect ysar lsraaes!
"CjBrewer & Co., ltd. '
rrprrsrit tae tto Urgstt ail
'stroncMt flre lataraaee ceaipA.
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: Liberal Settlements
rnablcs J be salarIpJ man to ask
for more salary with confidence
and determination; gives the
man who loses his job time to
seek a better one, rather than
merely the next one; it rives the
tired man a chance to take a
rest And a savings-bank ac
count is not hard to secure one
dollar will start one here. Once
started It grows.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital-Surplus . . . 51,200,000
Eataallahtd In 1SSS
; Commercial j and yTravelortf
Letters of Credit Issued on fcht
Bank of California and Tho
London Joint Stock Bank Ltd,
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:i Correspondents for tho Amor L
Jkan Express Company ; and
J Thos. ' Cook A Son, r,; ?
- Interest allowed on Term and
. Savings Bank Deposits. , '
" '.We have sold our" 20 per cent
Investment .- advertised - , last
week and 'njw: offer a ;
Rocd ' :
two ' bedrooms, ' separate 1 servi
i ants' quarters; lot 75x113 feet,
for .-v. '
: ; $3060
924 Bethel Street
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issue K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit "and Travelers Checks
"available 'thronghout the ' world.
Cable Transfers at
the -yokohama "specie
. Head Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office r::::r
: : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capital Subscribed . . . 48,000.000
, Capital Paid Up. . . . .50,800,000
Reserve Fund 17,850.000
- General .. hanking business
transacted. Savings accounts
? tor 1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Botes for
rent at $2 per year and up
Trunks and cases to be kept
in custody at moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
"The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
Rral lstatis Xoans TaTMtmratKt
CUNIIA BLDQ., MERCHANT ST.
Honolulu StocK Excliange, LOCAL AIID GENERAL I BUSIN!HS
Saturday, Jenuary Tl.
Is wanted at the
Oahu Suzar Ca :- aanlvliir tnr ait
' amendment to its charter to empower
NAMEOPSTOCK Bid. AMced.
M FRC ANTIT-E.
C Brewer A Co.
Kwa Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Agric C:
Haw. Com. ft bug. Co. ...
Hawaiian Scg.ir Co.
Honomu Sugar Co
(lonokaa Su&r Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kekaha Sugai Co.
Koloa Sugar Cn
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sngar Co
Onomea Suga Co
Olaa Sugar Co Id
PaAnhaa Sngar Plant Co
Pacific Sogar Mill
Paia Plantation Co
Pepekwi Sugar Co. .....
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walalua Agric Co
Wailnkn Sugr Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Walmea Sugar Mill Ca . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Go.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . ;.
Hon. R.T.4L Co.. PreL ,
Hon. R.T. & L Co.. Com. :
Mutnal Telephone Ca . . .
Oaha B. ft L. Co. ........
Hilo B.-R.G&. PH..
Hllo TV TL Cov Com. . . . .
Hon. B. ft M. Co.........
Haw Irrgtn. Co 6s
Hawaiian FlneanDle Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.C, pd. up .
fanang kqd. co. .......
Hon. B. 4b 1L Co. Ass...
BONDS. ' -
Haw. Tor. 4 (Fire CL . .
Haw. Tar. 4 ...........
Haw. Terj 4 X Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter.4 .........
Cal. Beet Sag. ft IteL Co 4
Hon. Gas. Co Ltd.; 6s
Saw. Com. ft Sag. Co. 6
Hilo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hiio R.R.COU Con. 6
Honokaa Sugar Co., t . .
Hon. R. T. ft L. Co. SZ .
Kanal Ry. Co. s. .
Kohala Di ten Caa ......
McBrydo Sngar Ca (s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6
Oahu Sugar Co. 5 . ... . .
Olaa Sugar Co. S
Pac Sug. MIU Co, 6s . . . . .
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 . . ....
Walalua Agric OxfX
Natomas Con. 6s...k...
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6Z
Hamakua Ditch 6 u . .
j The Sunday band concert will be at
' Kapiolani Park at the usual hoar,
i Lei Aloha" Chapter No. 3. O. E. S.,
will meet in Masonic Temple at 7:30
I Acting Chief Kellett gathered in a
number of Chinese chance artists last trade extension committee of the San
nigut in me vicinity or Pauahi street. Francisco chamber of commerce at a
j Dcimel linen mesh nnderw ear sold luncheon in honor of the committee by
!at Mclnerny'a is recommended bj the San Francisco-Alaska club. In re
I physicians especially for this climate, viewing the trade situation In the hope
isimvu u iduiv iuwin , lur increasing the business or San Fran
aronnd - the - Island at 16.00. Lewis cisrn with th northern .mtrr nrJ.
it to guarantee the S2.S00.000 bond
issue of the Walahole -Waterv Co
which is going to tunnel tho Koolau
range to bring water to Oahu plan
tatlon. Colonel I). M. Stewart f Seward,
Alaska. lately addressed the domestic
; , sales. .
' Between : Boardsf-33 Haw., a '& S.
Session Sales 5 Hilo Com 7. 50 Hilo
Com. 7, 9 Oahu Sug. Co. 23.. .
88 analysis beets' 9s. l&d; parity
3.91 ;,9fi centrifugals 3.48. .
if i , w . Correction : . t
Sale 50 Oahu Sugar at 22. yester
day should have read 5, same price.
z J-7- :.- '') : Dividends." '",
: Jan. 10-r-WaIluku .1.00, ' Hutchinson
20c, Paauhau 20c. . 1
f Dividend Notices, . -The
C. Brewer : ft Co. agency an
nounces the following dividend sched
ule "until further action" by "the plan
tation' directors: - ' ; c ; ;
Onomea30c4 per share beginning
Jan. 5, 1913r Houomu, Sir Walluku. SL
beginning Jan. 7 10; Hutchinson; 20c;
Paauhau 20c., suspended after Jan. 10 J
Pepeckeo, 3L beginning Jan. 15; Hawj
Ag. -Co S1X0, beginning Jan; 20. ,
t" -y : 1 11, ; . . j
r Latest sugar -quotation,' S.I8 cents,
or $69.60 per ten. v - 1; s V', y A
nEHitV rATESCODSE TfiDST CO
Keaiaers Hestlala Stock asa Deal
FOSX AKP MEECHANT 8TKIITS
Teleplons K08. r
Information Furnished and Loans
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MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDGL
Giffard S Rclh
STOCK AKD B01TD BSOKESS
ilemberi Heaolala Stock aa4 Soai
Stangenwald Bldg 162 Herekanl 8L
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St Phone 3013
Pine building lots on and. near car
line In the just-oiened King-Young-De-retania
tract; $."jG0 to 11000. Time
Fine new home with large improved
grounds on car line in the above tract.
Other lets at Nuuanu and Kalihi.
137 Merchant Street.
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
Stablea and Garage. : Tel 214 L ad
vertisement ; :
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171 advertisement
It Vklll interest Army Officers to
know that the Mark Cross Legging is
carried in Honolulu by the Regal Boot
! Shop, King and Bethel Sts. a;
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more' eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. 11.00 a bag de
livered.1 Phone 4097. advertisement
Just think of it, a whole set of fur
niture free! ' Ask the man about It at
the. Green Stamp Store. Everything
Free For Green Stamps. advertise
ment All members and visiting brothers
are invited to attend the Installation
of Officers to be held at Wm. McKin
Iey. Lodge No. 8, K. of P., at 7:30 p. m.
While taking a small amount of sug
ar, the Oceanic liner Sierra departing
for San Farncisco at noon today car
ried about a thousand tons of preserv
ed pines and bananas. ,
The College Club will hold its reg
ular monthly meeting at the Colonial
on Tuesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock,
this will be an open meeting and each
member may bring two guests.
Superintendent Of Public . Works H.
K. Bishop, accompanied by Engineer
Ai ' C. Wheeler, ? spent yesterday in
specting the site of the proposed Wai
kane wharf on the windward side of
Every steamer brings us the newest
books Of popular fiction. One (thousand
copies; to choose from. Come In and
get the latest story of your favorite
author. A. B. Arleigh ft Co., Hotel
near Fort St ;
Pompeian cream is preferred by
masseurs and ninety-nine per cent of
the : women' who wish '. to have good
onel Stewart submitted figures show
ing that the trade value of Alaska to
the United States is nearly $1,500 per
head, compared with $350 In the case
of the Hawaiian islands and $4.13 for
Telling about a proposed extension
ot the power plant of the city of Leeds,
England, Consul Benjamin F. Chase
says: "Electricity Is also being more
largely used for street, - store and
house lighting. There Is evidence of
a growing demand . for it for heating
and cooking. The customs or an open
fire and its supposed cheerful appear
ance have prevented the use of stoves
to the extent required for comfort The
electric heater gives the glow without
attendant dirt and stands a, better
chance of winning a place than do the
ordinary stoves. The cost of electric
ity was recently reduced from 8 cents
to 7 cents per unit" ,
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The change from the horse omnibus
to the motor bus is progressing co rap
idly that it is expected In six months
there will not he a single horse omni
bus remaining on the streets of Bir
mingham. ? The horses are being sold
and, what might seem surprising; are
bringing good prices, sometimes as
high as $200, while the average ta $143.
A good ; demand for horses exists at
present, there being somewhat of a
shortage because fewer are being bred.
Breeders have felt that it was rather
risky,- in tho changing conditions of
transport, to breed many horses, with
a resulting shortage in young stock
and an increase in the demand and
prices asked for older animals. .- - : :
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y-y; iv 'tif?
A poor li&ht strains the eyes, and the injurious eGbcts may
last for life.' An oil lamp is best. The light from the Rayo
Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it
for hours without hurting your eyes. v 1 ; '
JV f ' : TVe RAYO ia caaatractMl cMmScaOT. Itla tU I v
Jbestlamp made yt LazpeauT and ecanocakaL " 'V ;. f " "
' T rTnn -:' made of soud brass nickel plated.
iTh sXiUirf Lighted without removing chimney or
Us s'Sade. Easy to clean and rtwkk. Slade ta various
Ti : "v - tines and for aH purposes. ' ' . v ? . .: -'
J. Shaw Hellier, an English, capital
ist lately returned to Manila from a
quest cf land on which to establish a
cocoanut plantation. : What he wanted
vr.a ;i-QK AAA m ft AAA i.m r V.. ,
fli:S? !L ; SS: came back v,Ith the conclusion that it
Ltd..' Fort and Hotel streets, t are
agents, for it ( ' 'h'!
After retiring Jrom the bench soma
two years ago to engage in travel,
main In Honolulu to practice law. He
hat; taken a suite of offices with Judge
Ki mphreys. King and Bethel street
was a difficult matetr to obtain this
amount of land Jn one tract having
the requisite conditions Accordingly.
been failures on' the place, options on,
the Island of . Lapac. This . Island I U
about five miles in length and three;
A decree of divorce was granted'mnp.-! twn .i. . .Hhm
Vi&y,isKf!?T y!iS' ?y end ith a dip or valley in between.
Judge William L Whitney in the clr-j ln of area, the two tracts total
about five thousand acres, hut by rea
son of their commanding position It Is
believed that eventually the entire isl
and majr be brought under cultivation,
it being the scheme to encourage the
residents ;; there to cultivate small
tracts under the supervision of the pro
posed company, . which, latter would
purchase their output . It is probable
that an oil mill will be started If pres
ent plans go through, with a capability
of six or seven million nuts per month.
REAL' ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
cult court yesterday. The action was
brought on the ground of non-support
Judge Whitney made the decree effect
ive Januarys 15, 191 3. .
J A . rehearsal of ?!The Tourist' was
held last evening with Captain Berger
of .the Hawaiian band directing t the
chorus. Much enthusiasm is njani
fested by those, participating in the
rehearsals but a cumber, of young la
dies are needed to fill out the chorus.
As passengers in the Oceanic liner.
Sierra, Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur Loomis,
credited by the San Francisco news
papers as-being, youthful elopers, are
at Honolulu and guests at the Moana
HotcL v Mrs. Loomis is said to be re
lated to Jin. A. de Baker, who at her
death made the young woman her heir
to a portion of a fifteen-mlllioh-dal-lar
Exnressinc the keenest rejtret over
her departure, Miss Mae J. Bennett Luika ,KaweIau. and hsb to Luisa
whq won -the San Francisco Call's j 1 Camaco ,V ' . . ..............
oriza triD to Honolulu, as the prettiest '. Mary B C Beckley to Trs of Est
working-girl, sailed for the Coast . in
the Oceanic liner Sierra at noon to
day. Miss Bennett declared that the
five days' stay at the Paradise of the
Pacific was a most enjoyable one. The
young woman won many friends dur
ing her brief visit, here.
"Frank Godfrey, after waiting five
months patiently, was directed by Dr.
Geo.. F. Straub to enter the Queen's
Hospital last Tuesday evening. With
out much .preliminary Mr. Godfrey
graced the ODeratins table next morn
ing at 8 o'clockv Dr. Straub immedl-: Haleakala Ranch Co to County of
ately used his lancet on . the Obstruct- Maui
ive cataract on thefleft eye. The op- P Kahimoku and wf to Territory
Entered of : Serord Jaaaary 9, 1913,
from J9:3S a. m.' 4:30 n. m. -
J II Schnack to King-Young-Ber- .
" etanla St Lota ........ .... Plan
Luika Kawelau and hsb to Tom- V
my Emmesley D
of George C Beekley ;.' AM
Mary B t3 Reckley to Trs of Est
r-of Cteorge C Beekley ... ... . . -AM
Manuel Duarte Jr and wf to Man- . .
i uel P Moranha .. ............ D
Entered of Record -January 10, 1913,
I from 8:30 a, vu 4o 19:38 a. nu , t
Mikoliana and hsb et als to Ka- ; I
malu (k) et als y D
Kamalu (k) et al to George K '
W L Decoto to Goo Lip
Mrs Julla'llelepolo to K Tanaka
e ration was successful. The real re
suits are not yet arrived at
In the opinion of Attorney Joseph
T.ltrVttfnnf . wkn mtitrnoH in Hnnnlnlll'
nm o nvnr trtn tnlKaulukoa Nnncs and hsb to Wil
of Hawaii .. D
W C Achi to Chock Tong Extn L
WilMam Henry and wf to Ching
. Lnm . . .. D
Japan, Chief of Detectives McDuffie
may not be able to secure Goo Tai
Chong, alleged emblezzler of several
thousand dollars from a local finan
cial institution. Extradition of Chong
will be fought though McDuffie is
staying with the proposition, much to
his disappointment however.
The formal meeting of the drafting
committee of the charter revision com
mittee did not take place at the gov
ernor's office yesterday afternoon as
scheduled, because of the absence of
three members. Another meeting will
be called at an early date. The skel
etonized draft of the proposed new
measure prepared .by Judge W. L.
Whitney was discussed at some length,
however, by those present the gov
ernor, Judge Whitney, Judge A. A.
Wilder and Supervisor W. H. McClel-
lan. Those who were absent probably
will examine the document and be
prepared to discuss the points involv
ed at the next regular meeting.
The btiard of health has decided to
use all due care, regardless of the
time involved, in the selection of a
thoroughly competent successor to the
Lite Dr. C. A. Peterson, as superin
tendent of the Oahu insane asylum,
"and it probably will be several months
before n.n appointment to the position
iH made. For the present Dr. George
Herbert will supervise the medical
work and Emil Abrehamsen, the
guard, will attend to the routine work.
A number of applications for the of
fice of snperintepdent have been re
ceived, including those from Dr. E. S
Goodhue of Kona, Dr
German officials In Berlin have ar
rested a band of thirty Germans and
Russians who are-charged with spying
upon German military matters for the
benefit of Russia.
Violet Asquith, daughter cf the Eng
lish premier, is now in New York, hav
ing come over with the Countess of
Aberdeen, for a good look at us
Anton Stangc & Bra,
German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made choc
olate candies and German
?183 Alakea, nr, Beretania, Phone 3793
5-room house, close to car, Kaimuki,
furnished, handsome interior finish,
bargain for $3,000.
Waldeyer i Whitaker,
Cor. Hotel & Union
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses, Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Deas of Hana, teases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
and one from the superintendent of a District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.,
large asylum in Nova ScpUa. HONOLVLV, Phone lwo.
' :?5"sk JrHE F,RT LAMP. aOCKETV,:y rV;": V
' Consumes no r re curren' jhan i
' perfectly and Is 'rss' onoujh to do a. the roasting and bak
X- ln3 for a small f f yM-:
' Till il
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your electrle Iron. Bakt
v r; All Sircb, All Pricc3.
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A new house al 4oriuNuuami 'Valley; 100x100, fence J, electric light,-
gas, tree 8, etc, ef
- $ 1
A new three-bedroom house and lot in Kaimuki, 75x150, electric
light, gas, hot and cold water, laundry, -a beautiful mountain and
ocean view. , . ;. ... , .t , . ,. -: :
No. 3. $7500 for $7000 ,
The chclcest new house and lot' 100x200 ever offered la Manoa Val-
ley, ycu cannot duplicate It for S8500.00. ' -!; v:...
No. 4 $6200 for $5800
A new house furnished complete in Makiki; this is a; No. 1 bar- ;
gain. If you are from Missouri, will prove it to you. v ..
No. 5. For sale or trade. A new beautiful home in Kaimuki, one
block from carline; lawn and fruit bearing trees in first class con
dition, i , -r"-
No. 5. A corner lot In Kaimuki for $500.09, inside lot for 1400.00.
Easy terms to suit the purchaser. ,Be wise and get one of our bar- '
gains before it will be too fate. Our motto: Quick sales and small
Phone 4147 V
STAR-BULLETIW 5.75 PER UfllH