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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETINS WEDNESDAY; JAN. 1. 1.013.
Castle & Cooke,
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Hawaiian Commercial at Bucar
.. Co.-; v-''.'v.-'
- Haiku Sugar ContDpmay. ',
piim. Plantation Ji;-J:
, Haul .ericult&rU Comply - i
Hawaiian Sugar - Company .ii:-
Kahuku Plantation ' Coxaaay
: McBryda Sugar Company. ; ,
: Kaiulul Kailroad Coxcpasy ;
: . Kauai Railway Cosapaay'
Hafcu, Fruit and PackJn Co. v
: Kauai fruit and Land Company
. f . : i : : '
C. Brewer &C6i
?; v SUGAR FACTORS , . ;r
tHIPPINQ and COMMISSION
- ,t MERCHANTS, :
FIRE A MARINE INSURANCE
flawallan Agricultural Ca
-Onomea Sugar Company :
1 Pepeekeo Sugar Company
lionomu Sugar . Company ;
Walluku " 8asa& Company ct.
'V Olowalu Company -
A KllauoH. Sugar. Plantation Co.
Hllo Sugar Company r Vf
; Paauhau Sugar Plantation Oo.
Hakalan Plantation Company
a" Uutcntnson Sugar: Plant's. Ca
Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
' Oceanic Steamahlp Company
Baldwin Locomotlra WorU
B. f. Dillingham Co.
LIMITED -k . .
Gantrat Afltnt tor Hawaii :'
Atlai Aaiuranc Company , ot
London, ; Nw. York Under-
rltrV ActncyJ Providence
. .Washington lnuranc Co.
4th FIo Stanflenwald Bldg.
If HocoTnli were atath swept
by a reanfiagraUon, roali ja
collect jour iuuranc!
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
rrprrttnt the tn largest aal
tr.u-st fire Insuranea compa
alca Id the world.
was in effect this: Income, o.ie
hundred dollars a year; outgo,
ninety-nine dollars and ninety
five ccts result, happiness.
But income a hundred cfo'lars
and outgo a hundred dollars
and five cents resjlt, misery.
Savins some part of your in
come insures happiness. Start
now with a savings account in
this bank; you can open th ac
count with one dollar and inter
est witl be paid on your bal
ances. Bank ot Hawaii, Ltd.
Established In 1151
BISHOP &. CO.
Commercial , and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock Bank, Ltdw
. .Correspondents for 4he Amer
ican ; Express w Company : and
Thos. Cook & Son.
.Interest allowed ion Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.1
We'haye sold our 20 per cent
Investment ; advertised last
week and now offer , a ,
two bedrooms, separate serv
ants' quarters;'.'lot. 75x133 feet,
for. ' : : ' ' ' .
924 Bethel Street
Issue K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Travelers' Checks
available throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
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THE YOKpHAMA SPECIE
Head Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office ::::::
: : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capital Subscribed . . ,48.000,000
Capital Paid Up. ... .30,000,000
Reserve Fund 17,850,000
General ' banking business
transacted. , Savings accounts
for 1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at $2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be kept
In custody at moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
"The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
Real Estate, Leans, Investments,
CUNHA BLDG., MERCHANT ST.
Honolulu StdcK Exchange
Wednesday. January 1
C. BrfttfT LCo
Haw. Com. u Co ...
Hawaifrui Saw C'j. ....
Hodotiu S-Jxar Co
Hon' kf a Si K.tr Co.
Haiku Sux-t 'Jo
HutchiaBOii fiuj-ir Pm.
Kahuku ria-i-'aUar Co. ..
Kekaha Sugau Co
ioloa Siar C.
McBrydc SuRr Co
Oahu Snrir Cc
Onomea Sugar Co
: : ' -
i ... .
OiaaSurar Co Ltd. .
Paauhau Smzzs Plant
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala plantatj-.'n Co. .
Pepeekf O SugaT Co. .
Piozetr Mill co. . .
Wailuku Sufer Co
Walxuacalo Sujsar Co. . . .
Waimea SugaidUl Co. . .
Inter-Island Bteam N. Ca
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon- R.T.AL. Co., Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L Co., Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu R & L. Co
Hllo R. R- Co- Pfd.
HIIo R. R- Co Com
Hon. B. & M. Co
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., tn
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Taujong Olok R.O, pd. up.
Pabaug Rub. Co.
Hon. B. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw. Ter. 4 SlFlre CL) . .
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub,
haw. Ter. 3 Z
Cal.Beet Sug. & Ref. Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 5s.
Haw. 'Com. & Sug. Ca 6
Hllo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hlio R. R. Co.. Con. 6 .. .
Hoaokaa Sugar Ca, 6 . .
Kauai, Ry. Ca 6s
Kohala pitch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pac Sug. Mill Co. 6a
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
WalaluaAgric Ca5 ...
Natomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6
Between bdards 60 Haw. C. & S.
Co,. 33.00; 50 Haw. C. &. S., 33.00;
25 Haw. C. & S. Co., 33.00; 15 Haw.
C. & S. Co.. 33.00; 12 Haw. C. & S.
Co., 33.00; 100 O. R. & L. Co., 135.00;
50 Pioneer, 26.50.
SesBlon sales-5 Pioneer, 26.50; 5
Pioneer, -26.50; .to Oab,u Sug. Co,
23.60; l'Ononiea, 32.00; -13s Onomea,
32.00,' 25 Onomea, 32.00; 25 Oahu
Sug... (S. 10), 23.50; 10 Onomea, 32.00.
bugar quotations 88 deg. Analysis
Beets, 9s. ld.; Parity, 3.91; 96 deg.
Dividends, Jan. 15, 1913 Haw. Sug.
Co., .30; Oahu Sug. Co., .15; O. R. &
L. Co., .65; Pepeekeo, 1.00; Waialua,
Latest Kntar quotation, 5.18 tents,
or $69.69 per tou.
Beets 9s 3d
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pnr vflDnsE ip co
t '-Ezebange, '
Semheri JJonotnld Sieck awl Bead
FOkT A5D HKECHA.M 81KIEIS
; Telephone 1268.
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd,
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
STOCK A5D BOND BDOKEBS
Hembers Honolulu Stock and Bead
Stanprawald Bid:., 102 Xerekaat 8L
E. G. Duisenbef g
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St. Phone 3013
Fhir building lots on and near car
line in ih? i o;ienfd King-Youi:g-Be-ritn'na
tract; 5".0 to $1000. Time
1-av -,r . j
Fi.;o Rev !:-r.ne with large improved
roi :i!i: i n a:- line in il.e above tract.!
()tln r !i 's at Nuuanu au.l Kalihi.
127 Merchant Street.
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
ii-room huTise. clcs-. to oar. Kaimuki,:
fiiMiili"l. l!ands.:iM interior finioli.
bui;:jia f-r J
Waldeyer & WMtaker.
Cor. Hotel & Union
' iqi m GENERAL j
A press-feeder is wanted at the
The furera! of the late "Grandpa"'
Montgomery wiii be held this after
noon at .'' o'clock.
Airs. ". II. I5ye sU her rooming
house i'j Mrs. Win. Sen raw nek er for
t'!0f) thioi:i?h ii. Crestjaty, th3 real
Wanted Tro raore passengers for
around - the - island at $6.on. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141 ad
vertisement. Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171- advertisement
Crushed algaroba "protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de-.
livered. Phone 4097. advertisement
The Matson Navigation steamer
Uilcnian from Port Allen to Hilo
passed off the port last evening, leav
ing the barge Bennington at an
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 ' -
There will be a regular meeting of
Waialae, Kaimuki and Palolo Im
provement Club at Liliuokalani school
assembly hall tomorrow evening at
An order of withdrawal of the suit
of Louisa Butzke vs. Charle3 Butzke
waa filed with the circuit clerk yes
terday. The motion was made by the
plainuffff who had sued for divorce.
The. American schooner H. D. Ben
dixbft' from Port Ludlow for New
Plymouth, N. Z.,. with lumber was
Fpoken by the UrtRed States army
transport Logan" while eri. route from
San Francisco to Honolulu".
There will be a special meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M., in
Masonic Temple at 3 o'clock this aft
ernoon for the purpose of attending
the funeral of the late Robert Mont
gomery. ' ' -
L. A. McPherson, a through passen
ger in the Pacific Mail liner Siberia,
greeted friends along the waterfront
this mornmg. "Mac" is to take the
purser's office In the liner Korea on
arrival at the North China port.
The Outdoor Circle of the Kilotiana
Club proposes to establish a driveway
from the corner of King and Richards
streets across the capitol grounds to
the capitol. They conferred with the
governor yesterday on the subject.
The 'Democratic county committee
of Hawaii .will hold a meeting Thurs
day evening for the purpose of en
dorsing candidates for the offices of
governor and secretary of the terri
tory. This will be done at the sug
gestion of T. J. Ryan..
A. L. C.1 ATKINSON will give a
lanch jtalk on thesubject of "Personal
Experience at I feadquarters during a
National Political Campaign" .at, tha
University Clubqh Thursday, "Janu
ary 16, 1913, at J2:30 p. m.
JUDGE AND' VyMRS. S. B. KINGS
BURY were( numbered among the re
turning passengers from the coast in
the Pacific Mail liner Siberia. Jud'ge
Kingsbury has just received his reap
pointment as circuit judge on Maui.
THOMAS MITCHELL, managing di
rector oAjthe well-known firm of M
chell anu Company, Limited, Mel
bourne, Australia is a through passen
ger in the Pacific Mail liner Siberia
that called at Honolulu this morning.
W. N. ROLPH, brother of Mayor
Rolph of San Francisco was numbered
among the passengers to leave the Pa
cific Mail liner Siberia upon arrival at
Honolulu this morning. Mr. Rolph
may continue , the trip to Japan and
China. He Is accompanied by his wife
and two children.
C. Henry White 'has been reappoint
ed second district magistrate of Kau,
Hawaii, by Chief Justice Robertson.
On the grounds of extreme cruelty
Philomena Morfgez was granted a di
vorce from Ludwiz Me&dez by Judge
Whitney yesterday morning.
William V. Miller, the former pollce
rnan who was indicted for rape, enter
ed a plea of not guilty before Judge
Robinson yesterday morning. The
hearing will be set later.
The supreme court handed down a
decision in the cate of M. F. Scott vs.
the Hawaiian Tobacco Company, in
which the plaintiff's bill of exceptions
id ordered stricken from the record.
The plaintiff appeared in this case in
person, the defendants represented 'oy
W. B. Lymer.
A FOOD DUINK
Which Brings Pally Enjoyment
A lady doctor writes:
' Though busy hourly with my own
affairs, I will not deny myself the
pleasure of taking a few minutes to
tell of my enjoyment daily obtained
from my morning cup of Postum. It
is a food beverage, not a stimulant
"I began to use Postum 8 years ago,
not because I wanted to. but because
coffee, which I dearly loved, made my
nights long weary periods to be
dreaded and unfitting me for business
during the day.
-On advice of a friend. I first tried
Postum, making it carefully as sug
gested on the package. As I hud al
ways used "cream an.l no sugar,' I
mixed my Postum so. It looked g:o:l.
was clear and fragrant, and it was a
l-lpcsnre to see the cream color it.
-Then I tasted it critically, for I
Lad tiled many 'sul stitutes' fcr coffee.
I was pleased, yes. satisfied with my
1 os-.tum in taste and effect, and a?u
yd, ,eins a constant user -of it all
t'.u-se years. 1 continually assure my
fiiends and acquaintances that they
wiii like it in place of coffee, and re
ceive, b'-nefit from its use. 1 have
gained v-ck-lit. ran slep and am not
ARE SHUT OUT!
Serious Enemy of Ferns Rav
aging Ferneries and For
ests of Honolulu
Four grubs equally as La.l as the
Japanese beetle of malign rocord. ac
cording to 71 -es idem Gifrard of the
beard of agriculture and forestry, w re
cmong the pests' intercepted by Ento
mo!osi3t Ehrhorn the past month. "Mr.
(litfard made the remark when the
report of the entomologist was under
discussion at the monthly meeting of
the beard this morning.
During the month of December th
territorial entomologist inspected 17:59
lots and 39.557 parcels coming in
twenty-two vess!s carrying vegetable
matter. Of these numbers bl lots
and 2343 parcels were fumigated, 81 i
lots and 99 parcels burned, and one
lot and 96 parcels returned.
Speaking of pests Intercepted Mi
"Eighty packages of ffult and 1?
packages oT vegetables were found in f
the baggage of passengers and immi
grants from the Orient These being!
prohibited, they were destroyed by j
"One queen bee arrived from Texas
and, finding: it dead, we burned the
package and contents.
"In the soil around plants from
Japan we found three distinct species
of Melolonthid grubs, one being an
Anomala species. This group of In
sects are exceedingly Injurious to
vegetation and are closely allied to
the Japanese beetle.
"On a sSTpment of plnetree twigs
sent here from Japan for New Year
decorations I found an Aphis (Lach
mus species), a very common pest in
Japan, and fumigated the shipment
for a few hours before letting it go.
"Three species of ants (Tetramori
um guineense. Sydney), (Monomorium
pharaomis), ., and a (Cremestegaster
species, Japan), were taken in soil
and on vegetables during thg month."
From Japan 26,192 bags of rice ar
rived, which being found free of weev
ils were passed. :
Brother Newell at Hilo attended to
six vessels, passing 0908 packages.
Fifty baga of potatoes were cleaned of
soil before delivery and three crates
of celery were treated for the celery
fungus. In the inter-island Inspection
876 packages were passed and 29 re
fused shlpmenL. -Serious,
' A large portion of the report Is de
voted to an account of an investiga
tion made by the assistant entomolo
gist, D. B. Kuhns, of the fern .weevil,
an importation from Australia, in. the
forests back of Hllo. Mr. Ehrhorn
states that, this weevil (Syagrius fulvi
tar&us, Fascoe) Is already well estab
lished In the ferneries and "on the'
nwiiutalua back of Honolulu, Where it
(a tin nr VrPiif itamim ' -
is UOing. great uamage., . ,
Mr. Kuhns. althone-h hp fnnnrl nthpr
things infesting ferns, discovered none
of the fern weevil, although he visited
seven localities, besides Inspecting the
ferns and plants in thirty-six green
houses and yards about Hilo. His ex-
piorations took him to an elevation-of
Henry St. Goar said in San Francis-
eo vesterdav that the susnpnsfnn of
Paauhau dividend was only temporary
and due to the erection of a new mill.
He expected the dividend would be re-
samed In five or six months, but If
none were paid for a year the com -
pany would have a surplus of about
$250,000. Mr. St' Goar said Hutchin-
son had $203,000 In its treasury, Ono-'
mea a surplus of $300,000 and H. C.
& S. Co. $500,000 or $600,000.
Hawaiian stocks in San Francisco
closed as follows yesterday: Hawai
ian Commercial) 32 bid, 3.2.50 asked;
Hawaiian Sugar, 34.50 bid, 35.25
asked; Honokaa. 7 tld, 8.25 asked;
Hutchinson, 16.25 bid; Onomea, 31.50
bid, 32.25 asked;. Paauhau, Id bid;
Union, 30 asked; Honolulu, 31.50 bid..
Frank Henderson has been appoint-
ed manager of the Pacific Develop-
ment Co., in place of the late L. F.
Turner, who was killed the day be
fore New Year's Jy a falling tree.
For Sale at All Grocers
Do You ICnow How the
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OUR experts have made a scien
tific study of it, .r and a RAYO,v
breathes or takes in air in just
the right way and just the right quan
tity to give the best light ,, -
5. Every detail of construction of the fa
rnous RAYO Lamp has been determined
result, it is the best lamp made a steady white
light, clear and soft, ideal for reading and sewing.
Can be lighted without removing chimney or
shade. Easy to clean and rewick. Made of solid
At Dealer Everywhere.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Think of riding 300 miles a day over
ordinary country roads and doing it with
a degree of restfalness such as is not ex
perienced even in a railroad tram.
- That is easily obtained in HUDSON
automobiles, for they represent the skill steadily without jerk: and without vi
and experience that 43 expert engineers bration is just as important as are bij
have combined in their production, wheels, resilient springs, ample tires
A long wheel base, long,: flexible i I etc That is another point that the engl
springs; twelve inch cushions, and high , - neers responsible for the iVn HUDSON
backs are some of the details that make;' have been able to incorporate la
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48 Englneera Build HUDSON Cars
Remember the Importance of that tUtemeat.
Theee meo were trained la 97 European and
American factories and bare had a hand in build
ing over 200.000 can. They combined their
n4 .kill In 1 thm
r M'S n
f j! Vaat better usarancc eottia oe ontrea tnan
v that ttieoe aieo who rx bwt aQ the kmwl-
hm (hit hu thm far hM nlimt in utMiohlta ,
See. the Triangle
P. E. HOWES. Mgr.v. " ''
Besides its rubber plantation, the com-
pany has fifty acres in cane. Mr. Hen-
derson's brother is manager of Ha-
wai' Mlll Co-
j : . ... . ...... ,
j There was a rush of, selling on the
, New York stock exchange yesterday
, which brought prices lower than (or
? " ' ' saw
Experienced chauffeur; references;
does own -repairing. "Address VB.
VJ' this office. - S444-St
Everything In store free, 1211 Nuuanu.
A3k dealer for Red. Stamps with all
purchases and your home can be
completely furnished In a short time.
Remember Jted Stamps. , 5443-lm
same care- As a
HUDSON "ZT9. J
N Latraa t Say
; The Srpoothneaa of the Metor
- But this would be insufficwnt to
sure hours of riding comfort. for a!
smooth, perfectly ooerati&z mccaaaMtn
b also essentiaL ' A motor that puS
The KtroSOfST-h their foar-cy Under lit 4 ,
terpiece. It eU at 187i conipietaiy equipped-
with electric self-cranking device and electric . -lights,
peedometer. dock. top. wtadnhleid and -twelve-inch
upholstery.. There h nothisa niora'
to bay. ; ' i !
The WT HUDSOM-a Six, ctabl of doiaf i
AS miles an hour and which wiii attaJa a speed of -63
miles in SO seconds from a standing tart, in - '
offered as a car superior to any imomoWe on the
market. it sell at 1-'W, coupietely ru--a ana
equipped u abcrt., irvce art f,o, h LxtW , ;
on the Rddidior
fifc Phone; Zizi-
ZTi.; - A
some time pas
i market closed
Bonds were steady -"-V ;
Jamds R,.Keep, faff financier and .
Francisco years ago.'and who . aaa ;
lived In New; York for. many years-
has Just died in the latter place. --
An Old tsd Vell Tried Dcncdy
H2S. WDSXAflTS SCqTITiG RTJw .
bMoces and by sjiffioos of aiotbcrtfor their cUdrs -Wule
IrdhjoS. with fwrted MKcm.'- It tofwas tbsmna,
IW pun, cam woj co&c. sod lias bl Hmtdy kr
dwrhea. Sold by DrucsHte. B sure end ms4 j9r , "
filrs. Winslo.y's Soo!!jfj Syrc?
Used for saoro than thrss generations.
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