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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY. JAN. IS, 1013.
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Sugar Factor -Commission
v and insurance" Aaents
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Hawaiian Commercial ft Sacr
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. Haiku . Bufar Company
Pala PlanUtloa "
; JUlnl Agricultural 'Comix7
Hawaiian '8ugir. .CoapnT .
&analul Kallroad Coznpaay ,
Kauai Rallvay Compaaj"
Hoaolua Ranea ;- ': -y" ; r.'
'Haficn Fruit aid TacWnf Ca
x Kauai Frbit and Land 'Comitanj - I
C. Brewer & Co.
: Established 1t2f
UOArV f ACTORS, r ,?
SHipPtNQ and cow Mission ':
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FIRE 4 MARINE INSURANCE
; Agent for
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo Sugar Company
Honomu Sagar Company
Wailuku ' Sugar Company
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co.
Hilo Sugar Company
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Ca
Hakalaa Plantation Company
Hutchinson Sugar Plant's Co.
Walmanalo Sugar .Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotive Works
B. h Dillingham Co.
Gensral Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
London, New York Under
writers' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurants Co.
4th Floor, Stangt?:waM Bldg.
If IlODftlala were sg&ln snrpt
by a conHagratlOD, culs yi
collect yoar iasnrancel
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent the the largest an!
strongest tire Insurance com pa
ales in the world.
Lowest Rates .
was in effect this: Income, one
hurvdred dollars a year; outgo,
ninety-nine dollars and ninety
five cents result, happiness.
But income a hundred do'lars
an4 outgo a hundred dollars
and five cents result, misery.
Saving tone part of your in
come insures happiness. Start
now -with -a savings account in
this bank: you can open the ac
count with one dollar and inter
est will be paid on your bal
ances. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
' Capital-surplus, $1,2O0,C00.
9 Established In 1151
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letter of Credit Issued on the
Bank' of California and The
London Joint Stock Bank Ltd,
Correspondent for the Amer
ican Express Company and
Thoa. Cook A Son.
Interest allowed on Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
We have sotd our 20 per cent
Investment advertised last
week and now offer a
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' two - bedrooms, separate serv
..ants' quarters; lot 75x133 feet,
Vfor '-:a.V -
924 Bethel Street
issue K. N. & K. LetterB of
Credit and Travelers' Checks
available throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
THE i YOKOHAMA SPECIE
Head Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office ::::::
: : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capit al Subscribed . . . 48,000.000
Capital Paid Up 30.0on.000
Reserve Fund 17,8r'.0OO
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts
for SI and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at J2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be kept
in custody at moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
"The Evervdav Article"
in Furniture at
Real Estate. Loans, Investments,
Cl'NHA LLDG., 7S MERCHANT 3T.
Honolulu StocK Exchange
NAMTJ OF STCX'K.
C- Brewer 4 Co
iwa PlauUtiot Co
Flawaiiai Agric C j
Haw. Com St i Co. ...
Hawa.i'aa Sugar Co
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.' Houopin Sa4.u Co
Iloiioka Suar Co
tiaixQ Suijar Co.
Uutchiaron Sugc: P'aiM.
Kahnku iln.(or Co. . ,
Kekaha fcai Co
Koloa Scgr Ci
McBrjrde Suar Ca
Oahu Sugir Cc
Onomea Sugar Co
Oiaa Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhau Sugtr Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar MU1
Paia Plantation Co
Pepf.ekoo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Waialua Agri-i Co
PPfdlnku Suar Co
Wai&nnaJo Surur Co. . . .
V7a!mea Sug' allll Ca . .
fnter-Ifland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hortj R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. R. T. & L Co., Com. .
Mutual Telephone Cu . . .
Oahu R- & L. Co
Hilo R. R. Co PM.
Hilo R, R, Co, Com. ....
Haw. Irrgtn. Ca, 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Ca .
f anjong Olok R-C pd. up .
Pa hang Rub. Co
(Ion. B. & M. Co. Aes...
Haw. Ter. 4 VtFlre CL) . .
Haw. Ter. i Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4 UZ.
Haw. Ter. m
haw. Ter. 3 Z
CaL Beet Sug. & Ref. Co fl
Hon. Gaa. Co., Ltd., 5s.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Ca 5
Hilo R R. Co., Issue 1901.
Sanai Ry. Co. 6a
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a
UcBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
Pac Sug. Mill Co. 6
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Waialua Agric Co. 5 . . .
Natomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch CZ
1 27 a
Between Boards 30 Ewa 2514, 5
Kwa 50 Hon. B. & M. Co. 23, 50
Hon. If. & M. Co. 23. 27 Waialua
32. Pioneer 26.
Session Sales-r-5 McBryde 4V, 1000
CaL Rf. 6s 100, 1000 Cal. Rf. 6s 100, 5
'6s-' $1:' " ' - "
Latest sutrar quotation, 3.13 cents,
or .$69.60 per Ion.
m HGOSl TRUST CO
Yemberf UodaIbIb Stock and Bend
FOKT AKD MERCHANT STREETS
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd,
Information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
Giffard & Rolh
STOCK AST) 30SD BROKERS
Ucrahers Ilonolaln Stock aid Bond
Stangcnwnld Bldg 12 Xerekail St
E. G. Duisenberg
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St. Phone 3013
Fine biiildin ' lots on an near car
line in iho jus;-epened Kinfr-Youns-Re-j
rta!ia tract; $." to ?H00. Time
.a "i.rr ts.
l ine ::iw Imnio rith large improved
roiiiif'.-, on car" line in Hie above tract.
O'lur lets a' N'mianu and Kalihi.
137 Merchant Street.
J. H. Schnack,
127 Merchant Street
.-room lio'iso. r!is to car, Kaimuki,
fur;rh'(l. w: i-cnu- interior finish,'
La:c.;ia for ;.'K"'. !
Waldeyer & WhitaRer.
v,r. Hoi el & Union
Tel. 43S: i
Philo-Engr;nitmr f higlievl grade!
:, be ecured from the St;tr-15ii!letiu '
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
is waiilfd at the
t Tht Hawaiian band will a m-!
jrort tomorrow afternoon at Kapiolani'
; If y. u are a live wire and can soil
: ral ostrae see tlio ad of Trent Trust I
'Co. in this paper. j
j '1 here .vii! l. a full rehearsal of cast j
'and chores uf "The Tourist" at the'
it-j--;a house tomorrow afternoon, w1
j '&U k DousLerry are taking orders
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i cu. b-ss aim iock crystal s,em
Ria.ses made in original and exclusive
A cablegram is faid to have been
received yesterday stating that Y. M.
I.angton was critically ill in Jjan
Wanted Two more passengers for
around - the - island at $6.00. 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
According to the coast newspapers.
Captain Allman. master of the Pacific
Mail liner China, it was predicted,
would give way to a new skipper.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. 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 Full line of hair goods and toilet ar
ticles at the Fleur De Lis, Honolulu's
latest hair-dressing and manicuring
parlors. Fort jstreet opposite the Con
ventadvertisement. The "Dome" button boot stands for
3ho newest in men's shoes. In black
vici kid and black dull calf. $5.00; al
so black dull calf at $4.00 Manufac
turers Shoe Co.. 1051 Fort St.
Kee Lox Carbon Paper is a perfect
typewriting manifolding carbon. It
wears longer and gives cleaner im
pressions than any other carbon pa
per. A. B. Arleish & Co., sole agents
Six hundred and fifty tons coal will
be supplied the Pacific Mail liner Chi
na upon arrival from San Francisco
next Thursday. The vessel is bring
ing a small amount of freight from
San Francisco for discharge at Honolulu-
The Parcel Tost Map should be in
every office, business- house and
uuiuc. iia map VA-piains m aiuuuut
of postage required on packages sent
by parcel post Price, $1.00. For sale
at Wall Nichols Co., Ltd. advertise
ment. The Inter-Island steamer Mauna
Kea is departing for Lahatna and Hi
lo at 3 ojlock this afternoon. A num
ber of prospective visitors to the vol
cano have been booked for passage.
The vessel will be well supplied with
The last of three thousand tons
mainland freight brought in the Amer-ican-Hawaiiari
steamship Mexican has
been discharged at the railway wharf
and that vessel is expected to be dis
patched for Salina Cruz by the way of
island ports this evening.
Bitten by a largo dog. a little six-year-old
girl named Eva Gonsalves, re
siding on Quarry street, is an inmato
of Queen's Hospital with a badly lac
erated cheek and the loss of several
teth. The dog, the property of a
neighbor, is pronounced by residents
in that vicinity as a dangerous and vid
eious anirral. Following an investiga
tion, the police may be called to kill
Citizens of Honolulu are giving the
mosquito inspectors excellent co-operation
this winter, as evidenced by the
fact that not a report of the insect
pest has been made to the health de
partment during the last fortnight.
This, in mid-winter, is regarded as an
exceptional record. Eighteen inspect
ors are engaged in the mosquito in
spection work. H. Klcmme is to take
charge of this department February 1.
The board of supervisors appears to
bo getting down to business. In a
ha'f-hour's session last night it com
pleted a heap of work. It passed pay
rollr. heard "a report on the progress
which the Rapid Transit company is
makine with the ask of paving on
King street, and received the promise
of the gas and water works that the
connections will be made in sufficient
time to permit of the pav.ng on King
street to go througu without trouble.
The- prosecution in charge of infrac
tion of Honor laws, at district court
is convinced that Attorney Rawlins is
in error in making his declaration that
Hoopii had been sent to reform school
Rawlins served as district ma? -
ictrate. Rawlins made this charge
during the hearing of a liquor case, be
ing prosecuted by Attorney Brown and
Licer.se Inspector Fennell. The mother
of the young man appeared before tho
district court yesterday and positively
denied tho allegation made by Raw
lins, who, however, still insists that he
is far from being convinced.
Five hundred copies of Dr. J. S. F.
Pratt's report to the governor on the
health hoard president's attendance a!
;he international congress of hygiene
r ml demography at Washington. D. ('..
last fall have been printed and placed
in :he hands of territorial officials,
health otTk-prs and others interested
in sanitary and hygienic affairs hre.
The report a comprehensive review
ot the discussions between the world's
(iririent health authorities on subjects
(t special interest to the people ot Ha
waii, ard was puhlM.ed in part in the
Star-Bulletin shortly after Dr. Prat's
ref tira trrm the congress.
Continuing the work insri'uted by
former Superintendent Marsion Camp
le;!, .Superintendent Bishop, of the tie
partrrent of public works, is prepar
: irr to purchase more water meters
!"! !;.s?al!ation in the business iinti-'-s
::'.') ':ornes of Honolulu, and lenders
:.; s:;pp! n.c 'IT"- nv'crs and .." me
ter l"?,es were opened in his office
two days az'. The satnpios submit
ted by tie bidders are being subject
ed ui rii-i i ami :ia t ii 11: b- Tore ;h,- con
ti aii i nfi . d. :'. Ahoat 'n
ii" tt-i - arc in us.- i:i ):, c ity at pre--fin,
i:ks! of the water usv'is still pay
ing on (he old flat-rate system
Hard crrjarcbad enough, to
be si re. Di:t if s often the lit
tle, Lacking, tickling, persistent
cough thzt means the most,
especially when there is a his
tory cf ys czk lungs in the family.
VVhat should be done? Ask your
doctor, llz knows. Ask him
abont the formula on the label
of every bottb cf AVer's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask him if this med
icine lias his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's fay Pectoral
fnptdbj!..a Jlycr&Ct..lrtl. Kim.. U.&A.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, January 25,
1913, for furnishing the Honolulu Wa
ter Works 69 lengths of 12-lnch cast
H. K. BISHOP,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, January 18, 1913.
RESOLUTION NO. 7.
Be it resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of -Hawaii, that
the sum of Six Hundred and Twenty
Dollars and Ten Cents ($620.10), b
.i'and the same Is herebv annroDriated
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out of moneys in the General Fund
ci uie ireasury ior an ace u urn. nuu u
as "Treasurer, Material and Supplies."
Presented by Supervisor
M. C. PACHECO.
Honolulu, January 17, 1913.
At a regular adjourned meeting of
the Board of Supervisors of tho City
and County of Honolulu, held on Fri
day, January 17, 1313, the foregoing
Resolution was passed on-First Read
Ids' and ordered ttf print onthe follow
ing vote of the said Board:
Ayes: Cox, Hardesty, Markham, Pa
checo, Petrie, Wolter. Total 6.
Absent and-not voting: McClellan.
Deputy City and County Clerk.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the regular meeting of the Lusi
tana Society the following were the of
ficers elected to serve for the ensuing
ABEL S. NASCIMENTO President
J. P. RODRIGUES Vice-President
M. I. COITO Secretary
JOSE P. DIAS Treasurer
J. E. SANTOS Director
JOHN S. NASCIMENTO Director
J. C. GRILHO Director
Board of Auditors: M. Vieira, Jr.,
Chairman; O. P. Soaxes, secretary; M.
V. Fcrreira, W. Branco and J. D. Cas
tro. M. J. COITO,
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF THE HAWAIIAN
FERTILIZER COMPANY, LTD.
By order of the President, notice is
hereby given that tle regular Annual
1 &f inn 4 I, I Inu'oHin or i 1 i7or
, - fee
mm.mnv Ltd .
in Honolulu, on Monday, the 27th day
of January, 1013, at two o'clock P. M.,
for the purpose of electing officers and
directors and for the transaction of
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Secretary Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.. Jan. 16th, 1913.
SOCIEDADE PORTUGUEZA DE
Notice of Election of Officers.
Notice is hereby given that the
above society elected the following of
ficers at its annual meeting for the
year 101. J:
! .M. R. HISHO President
M. S. FREITAS Vice-President
M. R. PEREIRA Supreme Secretary
M. C. PACHECO. . .Treasurer
Members Supreme Board:
Ernest F. Aguiar, H. Pereira
John C. Oliveira.
Board of Directors:
Antonio P. R' g". B.
' kernes, .lonn ' . v anrai
Board of Auditors:
Jose Caetano, Manuel
Manuel J. Serpa.
! At a meeting of the members of the
, Hoard of Directors hold en the 16th
I inst., the foll-iv. irg otfiers wore elect
ed: Anioiiio P. Rego, Chairman; B.
Camara, Secv tary.
AH of the above officers assumed
I the responsibility of office on the D-th
I M. R PEREIRA.
1 Supreme Secretary.
IK.ia!ii!.i, .January 17th, l'.'U.
To the Advertiser
Psssed by the house, of commons by
a majority of 110. the homo tule bill
today is awaiting second reading in
the house of lords. The measure was
given its first technical reading Im
mediately after the commons' vote
last night, but on its second reading
it is believed the peers will promptly
reject it. Should this occur, the gov
ernment plans that the commons will
repass the measure at the next ses
sion, which opens In March. If, after
that, the lords again reject the bill,
the commons will pass it for the third
time in 1914, after which, under the
operation of the recently passed "veto
bill," the measure will become law.
Belfast and all the north of Ireland
are up In arms as a result of the ac
tion today. The prediction that Ulster
will fight showed signs of being ful
filled, according to the news from Bel
Questions at issue between the Unit
ed States and the Republic of Panama
were discussed today at a conference
between President Taft, Secretaries
Knox and Stlmson, and Judge Frank
Daniels, counsel for the Panama Rail
road Company. Thexanal commission
wishes to extend the harbor conflnes
at Colon and to be assured by the Pan
ama government that no franchise for
a railway Into the Canal Zone from
the north will be granted by the Re
Lloyds of London was notified today
that all hope for the safety of the
Southern Pacific steamer Eldorado
has been abandoned and that she . un
doubtedly has sunk with etcry one of
the forty-one souls aboard. The Eldo
rado disappeared enroute from New
York to Galveston. All hope Yanlsh-
ed today when Tampa, Florida, wired
that the schooner Dolphin had found
wreckage, one piece' of which bore the
letters "Eld." . ..
Another challenge was the outcome
of the election of Raymond Poincare.
Deputy Monsie sending seconds to
Paul Boncour, following a violent dis
cussion on the floor of the assembly.
Boncour is a former cabinet officer.
(Special Cable to The NIppu JlpL)
TOKIO: Japan. January 17. Follow
ing a stormy and exciting session of
SOO editors and journalists ia conren
tion here today, all of them prominent
In the oolitical life of Japan, a resoiu
tion was passed, almost unanimously,
calling for the Impeachment of Prince
Taro Katsura, the premier, and his
cabinet. . ..
This national convention of editors
was held under the auspices of the
TokJo PressClub, which, bad Issued In
vitations to the editors of every Influ
ential newspaper in the Empire to at
tend and take an active part; In the
political movement . Soon ; after the
Invitations were v Issued - representa
tives from, hundreds of papers began
to arrive at the capital and met today.
The object of the convention was
solely to arouse public opinion to pro
test against the existence of the Kan
ryo ha, or bureaucratic cabinet, with
Prince Katsura at Its head. The Kafl-ryo-ha.
It is. declared by the Japanese
editors, is a menace to the constitu
tional form of government and this
must be prevented at once for the wel
fare of the nation. ,-
H. S. Padgett, steam plow engineer
at Makawell, has invented a . cane
loader, in presenting which to the
notice ci plantation managers he of
fers a guarantee of $10,000 in insur
ance policies. He states in a ruu
page article In the Garden Island that.
with his loader in a day of ten hours,
taken at random, 24 men' loaded 318
cars, an approximate aggregate of 954
tons of cane. 1 -
Hutchinson plantation contests the
right of the Hawaii loan fund com
mission to take additional water from
two certain springs on its leasehold,
in connection with the extension of
the Waiohinu water works for which
the legislature made an appropriation;
Probably a friendly suit- will be
brought to settle the dispute.
According to the Midget, Kohala vil
lage will have electric lights from a
plant being Installed by the sugar mill.
It is also stated that lights may be
supplied along the road by the Hawi
Shot through the abdomen by the
accidental discharge of a 44 Colt au
tomatic in the hands of a friend. Pri
vate McCrann of the coast artillery
lies at death's door at the department
hospital at Fort Shafter. Sergeant
Truer, the man who did the shooting
is overcome with grief and remorse at
the results r.his unwitting action.
The affair took place Thursday night
and when it was found that the re
sults were serious, McCrann was hur
ried to Fort Shafter for medical treat
ment. Truer, who is post exchange
steward at Fort Ruger. was explain
ing the mechanism of the new service
automatic to McCrann. He pointed
tiie gun point-blank at his friend and
puiled the trigger. There was a sharp
report, ami McCrann fell forward
across the table. Truer had complete
ly forgotten that he had loaded the
arm some time before!
BAND AT KAIMUKI.
There will lie a nVinlight concert
by t!)p Hawaiian band at Liliuokalant
school on MorS ay evening, beginning
at 7: '. It is likely that the resi
dents of Kaimuki will be out in full
force, reinforced by many people from
town, as flie air is fine oat there these
e t-nings, and the combination of
mooii brains and music is an iiresist
NEVER MIND USING ICR TO
KEEP DOWN TUB TEMPERA
TURE WEAR i I--
CLOTHING FROM OUR STOCK
FINK WEARING, MATERIALS
CUT IN TASIUONAIILU
.THE ;S TYLE C EN TUR .
Fort and Merchant - Streets
You "Can Find; The
945 Bsrttanla nr. Alapal - -
P. O. Box 3$ "
Telephone 3393 , '
Cable and Wirt lets "KEOKI"
Or riding an "Indian"
GEO. H. PARIS
our dairies and see the Infinite
pains we take to safeguard the
purity of our customers' milk
supply, you would be glad It
was possible to secure 1 such
clean, wholesome milk.' -
Our service in your 'interest
begins at the daliV before the
milk is produced, and does not
end until the bottles in which
the milk Is served have been
sterilized before being put to
use again. -V. v v;-- '
Association K f
ATTORNEY AT LAW
KapiolanI Building Honolulu, T. H.
P. O. Box 606. ; .
ERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Odd Fellows' Block Fort 8L
We carry the most complete line of .;
HOUSE FURNISHING GOOD3
in the City
JAMES GUILD CO.
Fort St., near Bcretania
Trans-Atlantic liners from now on
until the end of winter will take VM
t.outhern route across the ocean, to.
avoid icebergs, and a possible repeti
tion of the Titanic horror, ; .