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nONOLULU BTAR-BULLETIN, MOXIAY. -TAX. 20. 101;
L- ---i , . A9. i V,
: ' f .Sugar Factors
4nd insurance Agents
Agents if of
' Hawaiian Comznerclal -ftvSnear
Ca..:,-, '..v.- ' .
Haiku Bugw Company
.Jai PUauUon ');
Hawaiian JSogar; .Company ;
: -Kahuku Plantation. Company : '
.: Mcfiryde Sugar Company .
Kaltului Railroad Company "
Kauai Railway Company
Hoaolua, Ranca ' .
y . Haiku Fruit and Packtar Co.
' Kauai Fruit and Land Company i
' J ' 8UGAII FACTORS, r
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
:l WERC HANTS, v.-
FIRE' A; MARINE INSURANCE
" . ; ; "j ' Agents for '
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo i Sugar- Company
Honomu Sugar Company
vWalluku .Sugar .Company .
Olowala Company .- '
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co.
.'HIlo Sugar Company .
-: Paaunau ! Sugar Plantation Ca
Hakilan Plantation Company.
"Hutchinson Sugar Plant's Ca
Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotire Works
6Vh Dillingham Co.
"General Agent for Hawaii:
: Atlas Assurance Company" of
ldon. New York. Under
- writers' Agency Providence
.Washington Insurance Co.
4th --Floor, ' Stanger.waM Bids.
I! nenolals were again swept
by a reaflagratlov, real jet
collect year Insurance!
C Brewer &i Co., LttL
reprr gent the the largest and
strongest fire Insurance ccmpa
ales in tbe werid.
was in effect th;: Income, one
hundred dollars a year; outgo,
ninety-nine dollars and ninety
five cents res-'it, happiness.
But income a hundred dollars
and outgo a hundred dollars
and five cents result, missry.
Saving some 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 ot Hawaii, Ltd.
Cstsbllshod In 1151
BISHOP & CO.
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
Thos. Cook A Bon.
Interest allowed en Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
We. hsve soJd our 20 per cent
. Investment advertised last
week and now offer a
two bedrooms, separate serv
ants' quarters; lot 75x133 feet,
24 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 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 S2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be1 kept
in custody at moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
"The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
Ecal Estate Loans Investments,
CUNIIA RLPC., 7S MKRC1IANT ST.
Honolulu -StocK Exchange
Monday, January 2'
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Brever ik. Co
Kwa PtautRtio-.i C ;.
Hawrulan Anc Co. ....
Haw (jc.'i. . tVK. Co. . .
!ion. !i.i; S.); r ('
t'o'j . k t i SiKa.- Co.
Cia:ka S.jfcir lo
Hulrhiason Sagai P'ant
Kahuk'i Pianatl'K Cu.
Kfckyiia bugat Co.
Koioa bsgar C"
MCBrydo Sugax Co
inonca Huga- Co
Oiaa SagHT Co T tl
1 t K'
! 3 if
Paaubau Sugjtr Piatt
Pacific Sugar .Mill ...
PaiaPlantzUii Co. .
r?y.ekfto Sazar Co. .
Walxlua Agrlc Co
Waiiuku Sufer C'i
Walrnnnalo Sw'.r C;o. . .
Waimen Sug9 jV Co. . .
nter-ls'iand Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Mectrio Co. . . .
Hon- R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon R. T. & L. Co.. Com.
Matual 'Lfewplione Co. . . .
Oaho R & L. Co
Hilo R Ri Co.. Pfd.
Hllo K. R. Co, Com.
Uon.B,& M. Co
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
ranjong Olok RC, pd, up.
Pabang Rnb. Co
Hon. B. & Jd. Co. Aas...
Haw. Ter. 4JT(FIro CI) . .
Haw. Tor. 4
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4 K
Haw. Ter. 4
Cul. Beet Sug. & Ret. Co
Hon; Gas. OoSLtd., 6.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hilo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hlio R. R.'Co Con. . . .
Honokaa Sugar Ca, 6 . .
Hon.R-T,AUCo. 62 ...
Kauai K7' Co; Cs ....... .
Kohala Ditch Co. Cs
If cBrydo Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual TeL Cs....
OaauIL &L. Co. 5
DahaSugur Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pac Sag. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
Natomaa Con. 6s
Hawo. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6
Between BrTards 50 Haw. Pine. Co.
45, 40 Haw. Pine. Co. 45, 10 Haw. Pine.
Co. 45, 4000 CaL.Ref. 6s 100. 1000 Cal.
Ref. Cs 100. 2009 Hilo Ex. Gs 94, 7
O. R. & U Co. 135.
Session Sales 40 Onomea J2i4. 20
Onoraea 32, & Onomea 32 25 Oahu
Sugr. Co. 23, 23 Oahu Sug. Co. 23,
13 Oahu Sug Co. 23, 10 Onomea
32, 15 Hon. B. & M. Co. 23, 5 Ono
mean 24, 50 Onomea 24, 50 Onomea 24,
'5 Onomea 24, 10 Haiku 125.
Ewa stock books closed to transfers
Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1913, at noon to Jan.
Haw. Ag. Co., 1.50.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.48 cents,
or I69.C0 per ton.
Beets 9s4 14d
BEIffiV VAIERBODSE T&DST 0
Members ' Eenoinla ' McKik ni Boil
POST AND HECCIIaNT STKIETS
J. P. "Morgan Co., Ltd.
InformaVon Furnished and Loane
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
Giffard & Roth
SiOCK A3D 30XD BBOKXSS
Members Honolalu Stock a4 Bsii
.SUngeawald Bid?, 102 Xerehaii SL
E. G. Duisenberg
76 Merchant St.
Fine building lots on and near oar
lino In Ihe just-opened Kiug-Young-Be-retania
tract; T,7,i) to $1000. Timo
Kiiio new home "with large improved
grounds on car line in the above tract.
Othor li.fs at. Nuuanu and Kalihi.
127 Merchant Strest.
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
'-room hoi:se, close to car, Kaimuki,
furnfshod. handt-omo interior finish,
bargnin for $3,0tK).
Waldeyer & WhitaKer.
Cor. Hotel &, Lmou
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A press-.ecder is wanted at the
Tfie National CiKi.-d ;t ;ir:J
!.u!ii.ui:i ar- u:.tii: u-j 'nsj-f tiuh y
Stream HiAa rts.
T'r :. will b'.- ;. :..-ti::t; ot tV Oa!;u
( !.ul1 Imiiroc!!;e;.t Commute to
ijiorrovv' c'. enin.4 a. 7 : ll'j.
feioorn at P.-ia. Msui. anfi a.? highly
r. ,-i'.?cw it v ttl" ;-o:?iu,nts'.
llaleiwa is tiiv place sought by to .i
iitk who want test ami comfort. Cn-y
Lours by train o ..t the v). n". i:
The Sotkcye s:il::.on sold of the
-Met:oiK)litaii .Meat Maiko' is :i . icl ;r;
cut articb'. The n.e;it U lirni anl
War.ted Two more passengers for
around - the - island at $6 00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TL 214L ad
vertisement Uickerson, TLo Leading MiiMner,
IMS Fort, always first in New Ideas
in Modern Millinery. New Siring
Shapes ad . ertibf ment.
Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 2171 advertisement
Sergeant Otto E. Messenger, Troop
G, Fourth cavalry, has been detailed
for special duty at the headquarters
of the Department or Hawaii.
Neunian's jams nud jellies sold at
the Goeas Grocery Ltd., on Fort street
:n the new Excelsior building, are a
hue quality and absolutely pure.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered.' Phone 4097. advertisement
When you give the Honoiul'i Con
struction and Draying Co., an order to
deliver your freight there is no de'ay
L getting it to the store or wsre
house. The Hanan shoe is perfectly mnd-?
Inside and out and the material is un
qmjafionable. It is told only at the
2Itnerny Shoe Store, Fort street
All members are requested to at
tend the annual meeting of the Hooulu
Nahui Society Wednesday morning at
11 o'clock, at the Kapiolani Maternity
The Manuscript Circle of the Kiio
hana Club will meet this afternoon at
3 o'clock at the club rooms on Bere-
tania street. All members are re
quested to attend.
Collectors of Green Stamps are. en
titled to a chanca free on a whole
room full of furniture. Come in and
see. Everything free for Green
Tbe Knights of Pythias will public
ly install officers tomorrow night in
the K. of P. hall. All knights and
Pythian sisters and their friends are
cordially invited to attend.
The wonderful accuracy of a How
ard Watch hiake3 its possession a
source of comfortable satisfaction.
You will find i the Howard Watch in
different sizes at Wichman's.
Members ofjLahi Chapter No. 2, O.
E. S... are requested to be present at
7:30 o'clock ,fbis .evening. Owing to
the banquet following the meeting, the
Chapter will, meet promptly at that
The regular meeting of the Good
Templars will be held in the roof
garden Odd Fellows hall Tuesday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock. There will be
a . social gathering and refreshments
will be served. All friends of the or
der are cordially invited to be present.
. The two Honolulu Forester organi
zations, Courts Camoes and Lun'alilo,
have jointly invited John Falconer,
permanent secretary of the Subsidiary
High Court of the Pacific Coast, An
cient Order of Foresters, to visit Ha
waii as their guest, timing his visit so
as to take in the Mid-Pacific Carnival.
Mr. Falconer will also visit the vol
cano as the gnest of the two courts.
From rVo news items appearing in
recent San Francisco papers, it seems
that Luke Le Blond, formerly of Hono
lulu, and son of the late C. M. Le
Blond of Hilo, met with a serious ac
cident during the early part of the
month while crossing Geary street.
The items are conflicting, inasmuch
as one states that he was hit by an
automobile while the other mentions
a trolley car. Both agree that Le
Blond was very badly hurt, and one
item says he "was carried in a dying
condition to the hospital, by Mayor
Rolph, who was passing in his ma
chine at the time of the accident."
Even if we do not fear fire for our
selves, we owe it to our neighbors, to
take all precautions that can be taken
to fight the fire fiend should he visit
our store or hon.e, and we will if
thinking people see to it that the
DEN IO SYSTEM is at once placed on
our premises. advertisement.
TRY THIS FOR A COLD.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
won its great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be
depended upon. Try it. Sold by all
dealers. Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd.,
agents for Hawaii. advertisement.
Y 1 1 .SO N -V A IWAIOl E A t Wa i 1 u k u .
Maui. Monday. January 13. 1013,
Thomas Wilson to .Mis Etta K. I
Waiwtiiole. both of Honolulu.
CARREIRO In Honolulu, January 14,
I'll:;, to Mr. and Mrs. Augusto Car
leiro, of Punchbowl, a daughter.
1 ? V V.L U-J
Rat and Roach Paste
exterminates cockroaches quickly and very
thoroughly; also rats. mice, waterbuga, etc.
Be sure to get the genuine.
2 oz. 25c, 16 ot. $1.00.
SoM by DruircUU Evarywhcr.
St tarns' Osetrte Pasta Co OdcagaJiaiwU.
Some SrovIng Children f ! ' fOBiHAPI; S
ore under size under weight.
Some grow tall and thin, others
are backward in studies pale and
frail improper assimilation is
usually the cause.
If your children are not rugged
and ruddy and rosy bubbling
with energy and vim at aO hmes.
ytm out thtm SCOTTS
conctniatwd iomriskmnt to
bailJ body, 4one, mmtth
SCOTTS . EMULSION
Scon a km tiiMtiil. H ) ti
Stocks showed an upward tendency
in New York on Saturday, rallying
near the close from the effects of
some heavy selling by the bears.
For the first seventeen days of this
month the rainfall at Waiakea mill,
Hilo, was 19.38 inches. For the whole
of January last year the rainfall CSere
was only three-quarters of an inch.
At the annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Merchants' Association, on Thurs
day afternoon, H. Gooding Field will
give an . address on the benefits of
consolidation of the various com
mercial bodies of the city.
Hawaiian stocks in San Francisco
Saturday closed as follows: Hawaiian
Commercial, 22.87 bid; Hawaiian
Sugar, 34.0 bid; Honokaa, 7.12
bid; Hutchinson, 16.25 bid; KilaueP,
12 bid; Onomea, 31.75 bid, 32 asked;
Paaunau, 16.50 bid; Union, 39 asked r
Honolulu Plantation (unlisted), 37
Local stockholders of the Engels
Copper Mining Company are interest
ed in a notice of a meeting called. for
February 10 in San i Francisco, to con
sider a proposed transfer of the com
pany's property, to a corporation rep
resented by Edward H. Nutter, to
authorize an increase of the capital
stock from-one million shares of a
par value of one dollar to two mil
lion shares and to do other business.
OVER $100,000 MARK
Transactions of the stock exchange
for the week ended at noon today
amounted, to 111067.37. of which
nearly $11,000 is to be credited to
Today's feature. was the selling of
Waialua up two points-to the akfn.t!
price of 92.50 for 27 shares reported;
from between boards. Ewa. shows
decline of . five-eights to 25.25 for 30
and 5 shares. Pioneer is unchanirei
at 26.37 for 35 shares. Brewery wai
without .change for reported sales 1 1
two blocks of 50 shares each, but
went up a quarter to 23.75 for .5
: shares on the board. McBryde, the
viuijr sugar biuva dwu ru - vcv
shows an advance of a quarter for 5
shares. Two $1000 six per cent bonds
of the California Refinery went un
changed at par, and S2000 Hilo Inten
sion fixes at 94.50, the steady rato
for some time past.
I read It In the StarBaIfclIn.
must be so.
This is to eive notice that no orders
are to be filled for goods, labor, etc.,
on account Elk3 Carnival Committee
! Camp 49, unless accompanied by a
written order signed by G. V. R. King,
(Signed) J. A. M. JOHNSON,
Secretarv Elks' Carnival Committee
Ewa Plantation Company
The stock Looks of Ewa Plantation
Pnmnnnv will hp c!nstd to transfers
Tuesday, January 2!st, 1913, at 12
U tiut fV UUVJli t IV a i iuo; , u cn uui j wi
CHAS. II. ATHERTON.
Treasurer Ewa Plantation Company.
i Honolulu, January 20th, 1913.
McCabe, Hamilton &. Renny Co., Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of McCabe. Hamilton & Renny
Co., Ltd., will be held at the office of
tho company. No. 2') Queen Street. Ho
nolulu. Thursday, Jan. 30, 1913, at 3
Honolulu. Jan. 20. 113.
Scaled -proposals will ie received
at the office of tlip City and County
Clerk until 1:2) oYIuck p. in. of Wed
nesday, January 2:, 1U13, for the bur
ial of indigent dead of the city and
county of Honolulu for five months
ending June 3-), Vj?,.
Proposals must lie on form to Lp ob
tained from tho city and county clerk.
The board of supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or all tenders.
1). K A LA L" O K A LAN I , JR.,
City and County Clerk.
C445-Jan. 2, 21, 22, 23, 24.
Returning from a world tour. wn;ch
occupied the greater portion of a year,
taring which time he visited most of
tbe impotant centers throughout th
continent, W. A. Lloyd, representing
syndicate of publications, in Australia
'(eud New Zealand, is passing throng i
i Honolulu today in tte Oceanic liner
I ,-l hope to secure a number of slide
from your promotion orginizations,-
I rcdicted Mr. Lloyd, this morning in
explanation of his mission.
"1 propose delivering a series of ad-
I tl.etses upon my return to the colon
Mr. Lloyd was met it quarantine by
Sydney Jordan, representing the Ha
v.aii Promotion Committee and Alex
ander HI me Ford identified with sev
era! live boost organizations.
"The attitude of Washington to the
development of American trade in tho
Pacific is difficult to understand," ln
snted Mr. Lloyd. "Instead of foster
ing that trade by every legitimate
means and with an eye on it immense
possibilities in view of the early ope-
inr of the Panama Canal. Official
Washington has done everything to
discourage those who have been fight
lag against tremendous odds to secure
a fair share of Pacific trade for the
I'd Red States. The resumption of the
Fan Francisco Sydney Service by tfie
Oceanic Steamship Line will do much
towards the development of American-.
"Although Aui trails has a compara
tively small population at present, yet
that population is growing rapidly and
equals in spending power per head.
tw ice or thrice that of European coun
tries. Hawaii will benefit fy the in-
ciease of trade between America and
Australia and if the splendid attrac
tions of the islands for tourists were
p ore widely known in Australia, an
increaitng number of Australians
would avail themselves of the oppor
tunity afforded of seeing Hawaii by
breaking their journey .en route to th
'Tue Panama.PacIflc Exposition will
attract an enormous number of Aus
tralians to San Francisco and Hawaii
should get a move on and see that not
only San Francisco benetfls by the bi
stow. Hiding one's lights under a
husbel is bad policy. Hawaii can de
lirer the goods, only she must let all
tbe world and his wife. know that she
has the goods to deliver" ' . '"
Mr. Lloyd was delighted at the re
ception that he received at the hand?
of Secretary Wood of the local promo
tion committee, this morning. Before
sailing for the colonies this afternoon,
Mr. Lloyd will be given a quantity: of
literature . pertaining to the Islands.
Secretary Wood also promised to ?SV
ward a set oi .beautiful-lantern slide
b; a later steamer. The Australian
pressman was loud In hia praise for
the treatment occorded him in g lining
a line on publicity matter pertaining
10 the. Hawaiian islands. v
For Iniauts and ChUdrea. ; ;
lKfciYc3 fl3T3'toajs E::jll
120 LOTS 40 by SO feet for
ale at Kalihi, right on King
Street, near the Kali hi bridge.
Prices range from 1350 to $500
lowed for cash.
Term are very umsj.
Land Co., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
NEVER MIND USING 1CB TO
KKKP DOWN THE TEMPERA
TURE -WEAR ,
CLOTHINCFltOM OUR STOCK
FLNK WEARINQ MATERIALS
CUT IN FASHION'ADLE
' T HE S TYL E C E N TK tit
Fort and Merchant Streets
Are Guilt of
1 " c f
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- An . absolutely reliable turbine
pump Is direct connected to an
absolutely reliable distillate en
. glne. fNo gears; t no koTernor;
: no i lost motion; . no ; batteries;
' nothing to. play with. No ma
chine . made that will do - the
same work, with Jesa than- three
times as many , parts to wear.-
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KEE LOX CARDOIJ
The best of all typewriter manifolding v
carbon papers. Wears long ; '
and gives clear copies." .: V
y: Sole; Agehta for Hawaii
rWf -'s-t'V -, 1.- . .-, . ;
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- such
t clean, wholesome milk. vY
...Our serrlce la your Interest
begins at the . dairy, before the
milk is produced, and does not
end nntil the bottles In, which
the milk Is served hare been
sterilized before being ' put ; to
use -again.- - - ;
ERGSTROM MUSIC CO. .
Odd Fellows' Block Fort 8L
We 'carry the, most complete line yof -
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS .
in the Cily
JAMES .GUILD CO.
Fort St near Beretania
Ererjlbln? In the printing Hneat
Star-Bulletin, Alakea street; bra sea,