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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TTirRSD'AY, JAN. 16, 1013.
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Castle $ Cqoke,
; Comrrussioii Merchants
arid Insurance Agents'
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: Agents for :
Hawallan Commercial Jfc 8ocar
Co. yv-y..- . . ,
Haiku Buar Comply
PlanUUon , . ; . .
Hawaiian Sugar Company v-.
V KahuknPlanUtloft Company
McBryde Sugar Compaxyr;
Kahului Railroad Compaxy
. Kauai EaUway Compaay."
VvHoaolua'Ranca-r '): --; "..'.'
Haliu Fruit aadlPackittf Ca
Kauai Fruit and laud Company.
; , v 5 EUCM;, FACTOR,,
SHIPPING aru! COMMISSION
v "; MERCHANTS,? ' :
FIRE A MARINE INSURANCE
Agents for '
Hawaiian Aerlcultural Co.
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo Sugar Company:
Honomu Sugar. Company .
Wailuku Sum CompiW,
Olowaiu Company ' V
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Ca
Hllo Sugar Company
Paauhau Sugar, Plantfwtion Ca
' Hakai&a "Plantation Company
Hutchinson Sugar Planfn Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin, Locomotite Works
B. h Dillingham Co.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Attai Assurance Company of
London, New York ; Under
writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th . Root, Stanget;wald Bldg.
II Ileeelela were again swept
by Si conflagration, cools yoi
. collect yeur hisarance!
C Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent tke the largest and
strongest fire lascraneo eempa
Bles In U werla,
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Established In 1151
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of, Credit Issued on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd.,
Correspondents for, the Amor
: lean Express Company and
. Thee. Cook & 80 n."
Interest allowed on Term and
8avlnge Bank Deposits.
We have sold our 20 per cent
investment advertised last
week and now offer a
two bedrooms, separate serv
ants' quarters; lot 75x133 feet,
924 Bethel Street
issue K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Travelers' Checks
available throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
Head Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office ::::::
: : Bethel and Merchant ts.
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
ti-'IL nr l !
niiRins luacawoer s
was in effect this: Income, one
hundred dollars a ycjr: outgo,
ninety-nine dollars and ninety
five cer6 resjlt, happiness.
But income a hundred dc'lars
and outgo a hundred dollars
and f.ve cents result, misery.
Saving ome prt of your in
come insures happiness. Strrt
now with a savings account in
th?s bank; you can open the ac
count with one dollar and inter
est will be paid on yojr balances.
! Honolulu StocK Exchange
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thursday. Jjir.ary N
NAME OF STOCK.
Real Estate, Loans InTestnif nts,
C Rret er ft Co- J I -
BE CAR. 1 i
Eva I'iaaraUon Co J -v'
Haajan Atj; jo Co I ; 's5
Haw. C--m &. .u. Co. ... j ' jj
Hawaiiaii Fuk.v Co j
Hoikteu Sd&j: Co j j
Ilocr.'kta Surs.r Cu. TS
Haifcu K!j:ir Co
ilutchluan ftugat I'Ut. . .7
Kafatiku Pi:iCaU-r. O. . ; t.-S . '4
Kckahu ssuyaa Co j ()j
Koloa Scvar C:' I '
WcEryCc Gvgar Co i 44 4
OabuSaTCc zin !
Ouotiiea Siiga: Co $2
Faauhau Su- Flucl. Co.
Paoitfc Sugar Mill
Paia Pianiatl -.u Co
Pepfceko Su?ar Co. .
Pioneer MIH Ov
Waift.'wa Ajpic Co
Wailuku Sfer CO
Walininalo Susar Co. . . .
Walmta. Sags' atl'l Co. . .
Inter ! aland Steam N Co.
Hawaiian Kectric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L Co.. Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Hilo R. R. Co., Pfd.
Hllo H R. Co.. Cora
Hon, B. & M. Ca
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
ranjong Olok R-C pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co
Hon, B. & M. Co. Asa...
Haw. Ter. 4X(Flre CL)
Haw. Ter i Pub.
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Ter. 4 ft
haw. Ter. 2
Cal. Baet Sug. & Ret. Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., Lb.
Zaw. Com. & Sug. Co. h
Hllo R. R. CdT, Issue 1901.
Hlio R. R, Co.. Con. . . .
Honokaa Sugar Co., 6 . .
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s..
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
.-McBryde Sugar Co. 6e . . .
Mutual Tel. Ca
Oahu Sugur Co. b
Olaa Sugar. Co. 6
Pac Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agric Co. 5 . . .
Natomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditcb 6
Between Boards 50 IT. C. & S. Co.
(S30) 32 , f0 H. C. & S. Co. (S30)
32?i, 55 Oahu Sugar Co. 23, 5 Oahu
Sugar Co. 234, 5 Oahu Sugar Co. 23,
30 Oahu Sugar Co. 23, 5 Haw. Sug.i
Co. 35H. 10 Haw. Sug. Co. 35, 50i
Haw. Sug. Co. 35, 10 Haiku 125, 25'
O. R. & L. Co. 135. 25 Pioneer 26.
Session Sales $2000 Hilo Ex, 6s
94, 15 Oahu Sug. Co. 23, 10 Oahu
Sugar quotations1 88 deg. Analysis
Beets, 9s. ld.; Parity, 3.91"; 96 deg.
Latest, sugar quotation. 3.48 cents
or ifC'J.CO per ton.
Beets 9s 3d
nfr wateBse msr co
Ifembera Uonolola Stock aad Beal
FOliT AKD. MERCHANT STREETS
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
- 8T0CK BROKERS
Information Furnished and Loane
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
CUNHA i:Ll)C. TS MKKCHANT .-ST.
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AJfD BOND BROKERS
Xembers Honolulu Stock aa4 Bona
Stangenwald UIdg 102 Merekaat St
E. G. Duiscnberg
76 Merchant St.
A irf ss-feeder is wanted at the
iii.m Ken was brought uji short ,y
io!:ci f-'f iiidtiiging in a string of
Oil't- LJ.aiHh No. 2. lU'utMta Ixdgo.
i uC. ir.i,.aii;i.-a oi offin-rss ioiiiyUt.
Aii tv'! ..-ot a.- i'-J.
r.-iiig ii'i;ar anJ oh.se . :io luu-uase
is tut' charge against Mrs. KailUiii,
a ho was arr srJ vest vr Jay.
T:y A'liiri.nls' t;:lr.u;n pwder.
Thr scvii:.s all popular "curna
ti'.i!.'" ivitu!.' 'viokt.'- H(;l!i?ter
Wanted Two more passenger? for
aio'iDd - t!: - !l"jid at 56 0. Lewis
Stables :iiid tiarage. Tt-1. il4 1. ad
vert iseiE'.-i: t.
Pitfupple soda and Hire's Root Beer
c: iliriit suhiruer drinks are bot
tled Ly the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2 1 7 1 -- advertisement
Parcel post circulars of informa
tion regarding parcel post matter
may be obtained on application at
parcel post division. Bethel street.
Kasewa neglected to tie his horse
yesterday vhtn ho loft his rig on t he
Iwiiei n.au and the anirual. also Ka
sewa fell into the hands of the police.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 4097. advertisement.
According to Manager Douthitt a
number of "voices" are wanted to fill
the chorus in "The Tourist,"' which i3
Leing rehearsed for carnival week.
Juat 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 Visitors can procure clothing in
white duck or serge, suited to thTS
climate at Mclnerny's the "style
center," corner of Fort and Mer
Ladies will get needed protection!
to the ha'r, when bathing at the
beach, by wearing a rubber bathing
cap sold by Benson, Smith & Co., Fort
and Hotel street.
Covernor Frear yesterday annaunced ,
the reappointment of Judge S. B. Dole
and Gerrit P. Wilder as members of
the Honolulu park commission. Their
terms will be for six years.
Ung . Yen was arrested for carrying
iiserthandisc, khich weighted more
than five younds, on his bicycle, as
this-is against the provisions of sec
tion thirty-two of C. O. No. 11.
The Hawaii is showing a series of
"movies" tonight that are well worth
a visit. The films are so steady at
the Hawaii that it is one of the draw
ing features of ; the cozy playhouse.
John De Souza, who has "flighty"
rnpttjents,7, it is alleged, and thinks he
is a mighty fighting man, was arrested
for assault and battery, so charged by
his wife, Mrs. Philomena de Souza.
Ladies should use Pompeian mas
sage cream in making their toilet
for any occasion. It is sold by Ben
son, Smith & Co., special agents for
the", manufacturers, at the corner of
Fort and Hotel streets.
The- Parcel Post Map should be in
evefcy, office, business house and
home. This map explains the amount
of postage required on packages sent
by parcel post. Price, S1.00 For sale
at Wall Nichols Co., Ltd. advertise
ment. Postmaster Pratt has received, a
quantity of circular? containing infor
mation for the public regarding the
parcel post, and they will be distrib
uted on application tb the parcel post
department of the postofflee, on Bethel
Hitchcock's paintings of Hawaiian
subjects are being exhibited in San
Francisco at the galleries of Vickery,
Atkins and Torrey, 550 Sutter street,
where they are attracting great atten
tion from the critics of the coast city.
The public exhibition began on Satur
day last and will continue for two
W. A. M. M0RGENTHALER, of the great
Wall Paper manufacturers, m. H. Bxrge &
) Sons Cofy Buffalo, N. Y., will ve al our store
on January 20th, and a few days aftw, ready to
tell of the newest designs in: WaHiPq)er; dnd
schemes for interior decoration.
You will find a visit to our store daring
Mr Morgenthalerfs stay of unusual in
terest, for it is not often that one has an
opportunity to see such a variety: of
beautiful wall decorations.
Special appointments on request
177 So. King Street
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On some plantations on the Island
of Hawaii the cane is reported as
having recovered from the effects of
the drought of last year.
Dividends amounting to 1145.000
were announced yesterday, being: Ha
waiian Sugar Co., 30 cents, of $45,000;
Oahu Sugar Co., 15 cents or $37,500;
O. R. & L. Co., 65 cents, or $32,000;
Pepeekeo $1, or $7500; Waialua, 50
cents, or $22,500.
.Under the influence of rises in
American securities in London and
other foreign markets, there was a
distinct improvement on the New
York stock exchange yesterday morn
ing, which the bears were unable to
affect materially in the afternoon.
Lincoln Achew, driver of automo
bile numbered 7C6 has entered com
plaint concerning a collision he ex
perienced with Rapid Transit car
According to the story related to
the officers by Achew, he was driving
the machine out from a lane and into
Kaiakaua avenue at a point nearly op
posite Lewis lane when his auto was
hit by the electric car.
Some minor damage was done the
machine, though the driver escaped
with but few bruises.
Achew claims that a telephone pole
was all that saved him from being
violently precipitated Into a big drain
Closing quotations of Hawaiian
stocks In San Francisco yesterday
were as follows: Hawaiian Com
mercial, 32.37 bid, 32.50 asked; Ha
waiian Sugar, 33.75 bid; Honokaa, 7
bid, 8.25 asked; Hutchinson, 16.25
bid; Kilauea, 12 bid; Onomea, 31.75
bid, 32 asked; Paauhau, 16 bid; Uniou,
30 asked; Honolulu (unlisted), 31.75
Stocks were livelier yesterday than
for any former day this year. Oahu
advanced half a point to 23.50 for 75
shares. A total of 162 shares of Ha
waiian : Commercial sold at 33, 60
shares of Pioneer at 26.50 and 60 of
Onomea at 32, all being unchanged.
The only decline, was In Oahu Rail
way, 100 shares, selling down 3.50 to
The chamber of commerce yester
day afternoon passed a resolution, a
copy of which Is to be sent to,theJ
delegate, urging the recognition of
the Republic of China bj, the United
States. Regret was expressed. by one
of the members that the San Fran
cisco chamber of commerce- put itself
on record in the same manner before
this chamber, it being agreed all
round that Hawaii has more Intimate
relations with China than any part of
the United States.
Willett & Gray, give figures of the
prices of fair refining (Muscovado)
sugar for the sixty-eight years ending
with 1912, fchowing the average, bond
price for that period as, 3.816.
Willett & Gray, under date of Jann
nry 2, In giving quotations for raws
which have been anticipated by cable
say: "Prompt clearances are more
salable thin futures. The receipts of
the week at United States Four Ports
having been larger than expected, the
new year o? :sss -iUv a;sniair in cr eas e
In stock to 43,0t;5 tona," the tmalT?st
stock on any January 1st; since
1890 v, (22,378) tons. Some jefin
ere 'have po I stock, and their Rouses
wiir still remain closed a few days
IcngerjintH Increased receipts, assure
supplies for contlnuous.runnlns. asaim
The large - exports from; .Cuba this
week seem to! give this assuranceyThe
close la easier with Cubas for fXhpt
etipment offered vainly, at ZKcSj. &
f., equal 1 3.6) landed." . Willett &
Gray give the visible, supply, oa the
date mentioned as 3,233,652 tons, being
ar increase ; of ,-.723,820 tons prer last
year. i;-.V ' ,v - - '.
Press dispatches from. Japan state
that this year's total crop of Fonnosan
sugar Is now estimated at lTOO'V
piculs (101,000 tons) and that . t
home 'production is 1,000,000 plcuil
(60,000 tonu). 1 Aa a consequence, at
least. 2,000,000 picula (120,000 Ions)
Jea and for other foreign sugar mu
bo. Imported Into Japan this year to
meet the 'demands, for consumption,
wEich will amount to about, 5.000,000
piculs (300,000 tons). , 1- . ; .
John Mason Boutwefl, ' formerly- a
professor at Harvard, and one of the
most prominent mining engineers in
the country, Is being sued by his wife
on a charge of cruelty. " -
SALVATION ARMY MEETING
Fine building lots on and near car
line in the just-opened King-Young-Be-retaMia
tract; $.",."o to $1000. Time
Kino new Inne with iar.c improved
tToum's vu car line in the above tract.
Other lots at Nuuanu and Kalilii.
137 Merchant Street.
A musical and elocutionary meet-
Mnp c t ip nroirram at s d. ra tonignt
in the S. A. Hall, King and Nuuanu.
This meeting will be preceded by a
banquet at 3 p. m. for which the mod
erate sum of twenty-five cents each,
is asked. Tonight's meeting closes
the series of special meetings, the
conference or council of the Salvation
Army. These meetings have grown
steadily in interest and attendance,
and are a great benefit to those who
attend, especially the visiting officers
outside Honolulu, and are held every
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
WALDR0N GETS ARMY
ft-room house. clos to oar. Kaimuki,
furnish?!. liMitlsonio interior finish,
bargain for $3.Hit.
Waldeyer & Wnitaker,
Cor. IIckcI Union
F. L. Waldron. Ltd., has been
r.wanirtl the contract to supply the
!u. S. A. commissary here with!
Jpototoes for next month. The qnanti
"ty is 1"'" sacks, which, o.vin-j to the
i increase in the forces, is 300 sacks
more than the January contract.
"The potatoes come, from Seattle
and California." Mr. WaMiv.n said
ihi.s morning, "and every jiotato has
to pass inspection. They have all to
Tel. 43S3 be sone over by hand."
THE" BILLION-BUBBLE " MW
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