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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETIN, FKIDAY, JAN 21, 1913.
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Hawaiian Sugar jCompaity .
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H UPPtNGI and .COM M I tSION
' MERCHANTS v;
' FIRE I MARINE INSURANCE '
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, Hawallta Aacultnral Co. '" "
:Onoinea Sugar Company .
Pepekeov sugar Company
Honomu Sugar Company, 4
' Wailaan ' Supir Comptny " ' :
, Olowsia Company ? ''.
t Klltuea Bugar PlantatteaY Co.
: . IIIlo Sugar Company v V' .;
Paaunau Sugar Plantation Ca
UakaUta Plantation Company
Hstcnlnaon Sugar Plant's Ca
-Waimanaki Sugar Company
. Uonolaln Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship, Company
BaMwln Locomotlra Worka
BAh DIHinghira Co.
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cVnefal Agent fofftaWatf:
; Atlas Aaauranaa Company t
LowdanV New York Umlor
' wrttareV Aotncy; Providanoa
' Washington l nsuranca Co.
4th Floor; 8ttngenwaH Bldg.
If fioaoIflTi ! wrTft 'afa? f wpt
by a eoaflagratlon, eoaU yaa
collect your fnsarance!
C; Brewer &Wl Ltd.
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strearett Era Jataranee eomaa.
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Have Yon Saved
Many employers ask this
question of eveTf young man
who mes to tben locking for
a poittcQ. Tq have saved
money from ope' salary proves
steadiness of habits, self-control,
wisdom aad eautfon, as well as
the aWPty to earn. It is not
fcjrd.to cure this proof of
-h4raterr Th openiflg- of a
av:ng$ .account often serves to
stimulate. qualities of thrift and
.enterprise and .you can open an
account wjth us by depositing
one dofJar. Interest Is paid on
EatattirsAacf In iua '
BISHOP & CO.
. Commercial fsftsj Travetarif
Letters cf Crtdtissuedart V
BanK . of California ihd Tha
London Joint 6tck Bank, L(d
CaniMrrtdnta for thoAmor
lean Express Company and
Thoti Cook s Son.
Interest allowed on Tarm and
8avfns Bank Deposits:
"-" We have aold oue20 per cent
Investment advertised last
; week. and. now " offer a
ITurniGbsd . .: -Five-Room
:.'two bedrooms, separate serv
ants' quarters: Jot 75x133 feet,
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624 Bethel Street
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issue K. N. ft K. Letters of
Credit and Travelers' Checks
available throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
Head Office W Yokohama
Honolulu Office : : : : : :
: V Bethel and Merchant Sis.
" . Yen.
Capital Subscribed . . . 48,000,000
Capttal Paid Up 30,000,000
Reserve Fund.. 17,850,000
General banking business
transacted. Sayings accounts
for 31 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,'
with Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at 32 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
. ICE CREAM
Fort' Stl, near Beretahla
Honolulu StocK Excftangc
Friday, January 24. j
JNAMK OF STOCK Bid Ake4.
C. Brewer A Co
Kwa piaoiutioQ co .-o i
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Hawaiian Axrlc Co Ujo
Haw. Com. k. hag. Co . . I 3 : ; ! J4
Hawaiian Sokai Co
Honoran Sugar Co
HoDoka Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plaratloo Co. :.
Kekaha Sugai Co. .......
Koloa Sugar Co.
McBryde Sugar Co. .....
Oahu Sugar Co. . ,.. .
Onomea Sugar CO. .. . . . .
Olaa Sugar Ca ptd. .....
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sagarl 111 .......
Pala Plantatl'.nCo. . . . . :
Pioneer MlltCu. . ;v
Walalua Agrttf .Cd . . .
Wailuku 8ugHr Co
Waimanalo 8uaf-r Co., t. .
Walmea SugrUil Oa . .
InteMvI&nd Steam NCo.
Hawaiian Electric Ca
Hon. R.T.aL. Co, Pref.
Hon. IL T. ft L Co., Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oaho R ft L. Co. . . . . . .
HIlo K. R. Co Com. f..,
Hon. B. A M. Ca . ......
Haw. Irrgtn.Ca.6s ..a;
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
fanjong 019k R.C. paxp.
Pah as g Rob. Co.
Hon. B, & M. Co. Asa...
Raw. Vmr. AiVKm i
Haw. Ter.. Pub. Imps
Haw. 1r. SU 2 . . . : ? . .
-Cal.eet Sug. aVRet Co
Hon; cad. co:f xt&V&s.
Saw. Com. ft sat 00. 5 if
uonofcaa, pugar cn., . .
Kauai Ry. Co. a..ii....
Kohala Wtca Co. Ca . . . . . .
MCBryde Sugar. CO. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s..:.......
Oahu R. ft U Cd t . ....
Oahu Sugtu Co. $ -t . . . . .
Oiaa Sugar Co.
c.. Sug. Mill CO. Is .... .
onorMll Co;6 ...
WlaJuarAgr!e Ca $ i . .
Katomaa Con. 6a. .
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hawakua. Ditch 61
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Between Boards 100 OahuT3ug Co;
23Vif 125 Oahu Sue. Jo. 23. 23 Oahif
Sag. Co. 23, 30 Oahu Sug; Co..23Vi,i
Zi uantl iur. Ca Z3U. 20 Onomea 32.
(SO; .Onprnca: 32, 5 iOnomea 32,? 25
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54, 2000 Hilo Ex -6s 94; 30 Haw;
Bug. ca 36. Oahu Sug. Co. 23.'
lS8 analysis beets 9s. 4d.; parity
3.96; 96centrifurafe .3.56.
Jan. 22 Monthly1 dividend of Wal'
manlo Sugar Co. reduced from 2V& toi
27'until farther notice. "
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tat&V sugatofitronr tSt 'teilL
ot $71.20 per ton. M
Beets 9s M
ffeaaberi i Heailola Swck aa Real
rOCT AKS HEECHANT 8TC2XTS
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J. F Morgan Co., Ltd.
lnfermat!en Furnished and Leant
MERCHANT; STREET STAR BLDQ.
' . . Miono 1572 ,
STOCK AKB BOND BB0KXS8
Memben Honolcla Stock aad Bead
Staagenwali BIdgw 162 Kerekait SL
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St Phone 3013
&-room bouse, close to car, Kaimuki,
furnished, handsome interior finish,
bargain for $3,000.
Waldeyer 4 Whitaker.
Cor. Hotel & Union
will buy a Rull folding baby holder.
It's safe, sane and sanitary. A com
bination of a high chair, a jumper
and a swing.
CITY MERCANTILE CO.
Dealers in House Furnishing Goods.
24 Hotel St, near Nuuanu.
Ink mav be removed from the hands
by applications of the juice of a raw
tomato or by moistening the end of a
phosphorous match and rubbing It on
the stain, or by a few drops of oxalic
acid in water.
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ll LOCAL AND GENERAL
A press-feeder is wanted at the
j Regular meeting of Honolulu Iodge
'No. 616, H. P. O. Elks, this evening at
! Regular meeting of Honolulu lodge.
No. 16. H. P. O. Elks, at half-past sev
! cn o'clock tbis evening.
Honolulu lodge. No. SnO, 1.. o. o.
, M., will meet in Odd Fellows' building
; at half-past seven tonight.
I There will be a rehearsal by the
j C3st cf "The Touris " this evening at
haRT-past seven o clock at the Klto-
Wanted- Two more passengers for
around - the - island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. ad
vertisement ; The funeral of the late J. W. Mo
anauti will be held from Sylva's un-
dertaftfhtg parlors, at 2 p. m. Sunday,
Jan. .26, 113.
Dickerson. The Leading Milliner,
1148, Fort, always first in New Ideas
in 'Modern Millinery. New Spring
j Pineapple soda and Hire's Root Beer
-exceueat summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Work.
.' The Consolidated Soda Works CO.
are originators of all kinds of soft
drinks. Their sodas and ciders are
the best in the city. advertisement
o Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 402.. advertisement
Collectors of Green Stamps are en
titled,. 40 at chance free on a whole
room full of furniture. Come in and
see. . Everything free for Green
Stamps. advertisement, .
Mr. and Mrs. J. EL Kraney of Win
nipeg, Manitoba, arrived in the Ven
tura .and are stopping at the Glen
wood.' They . are making a visit of
two or three months in the islands.
Genuine Kryptok bifocal lenses, fur
nished promptly. Factory on the prem
ises, A. N. Sanford, optician, Boston
building. Fort street, oyer Henryr May
ft ' Co. Telephone 1740. advertise
ment . . ' '.:
The. parole board, consisting of the
governor. ; attorney general and High
Sheriff Henry, this week is consider
ing thfl applications of eight prison
ers who seek liberty on parole or par
don. The board's decision rests large
ly on; the personal conduct of the con
victs since the latter donned the strip
ed, garb and on their general charac
ter. This is being' investigated by the
attorney general, who will report his
findings to, the" governor. The latter
possesses sole' pardoning power.
To compel Frederick ,W. Carter, as
admiBlsf jatof . of estate of . Yong
Hoy, deceased,; to give an accounting,
tuhg 'Sha-dhd Job Bachelor yester
day ? afternoon filed 1 a motion in cir
cuit court. .Rents collected hy Carter
from certain lands at Moiiilii are in-
yolted "it a dispute befween Young
Shtm1 - anl Pualeial Young Hoy, the
wldoV) ; Bachelor was made receiver
pending the settlement of the litiga
tion and how action Is sought to cora-
Jpel Cc4l,ttptu!5ri yer hse rentals;
Speaking of the unusually prosper-;
ous year the Hawaiian Sugar Com
panies iiave enjoyed, the, San, Fran
cisco Journal of Commerce gives the
following instances of five companies
that distributed 'almost $3,000,000 in
dividends: ' ; ; '
HawaJian Commercial ft Sugar Co.,
?1,600,000;J liawaildn Sugar, $640,000;
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation, $240,000;
Onomea $290,000 and1 Paauhau, $240,
(KM); total, $2,910,000.
In conclusion the article In tho Jour
cal of Commence sajfsf ' '
"In some quarters fears are express
ed that the recent demoralization in
price of the stock of America Beet
Sugar may affect , sugars 'generally.
Those familiar with the situation scoff
af any'such effect ' The executive of
ficers declared dividends on American
Beet In order to manipulate, the stock
in Walt street an? A a,tlme when the
ireasury of the cfflMpany did hibt war
rant such disbursements. The stock
was gradually worked up to higher fig
ures and a clean -Up in profits made.
When the time came to pay the regu
lar dividend there were no runds on
band to meet this demand, beet sugar
had fallen in price and the directors
were obliged to pass the dividend. A
big sag followed in the price of the
stock in Wall street and ngly charges
were, made against the management
An investigation is threatened by mem-bers-'df
congress" and there, the matter
rests. '"' "
Tbe', scandal focuses exclusively on
American Beet 3ugar and will have no
effect on cane sugar, and especially
vn -Hawaiian issues." , ,
No radical change in the new school
law is anticipated during the coming
legislative session. It has barely
gone into effect ami has had scarcely
time for a fair trial. It is understood
that Governor Frear intends recom
mending some alterations of the meas
ure, but that these will be only of
minor Importance, merely strengthen
ing it and making it more practical in
some of the wcrkin? details.
In one of two features it does not
fi: well with the tax law. One of these
is its provision for the year, figured
on the school 'year, which extends
from September to .June, whereas the
tax law Is based on the cnlenilar year.
The difference is not a serious one tut
Is apt to lead to confusion In the dis
tribution of the funds.
OAHU AND ONOMEA
ARE VERY ACTIVE
Oahu and Onomea figure largely In
today's stock-shet. neither of them
changed in price but with the asking
a quarter-iioint over the baI" price In
each case. Hrportcd sales of Oabu
amount to 3A.' shares, with u shares
additional sold on the board, all at
23.25. Oce block w of 100 and an
other of 125 snare. Of Onomea 80
shares in focr unequal lots at $33.5$
were reported. Thirty shares of Ha
waiian Sugar Fold on the board Un
changed at 36.25. The only decline
today is in Hilo Extension sixes. $2000
and $1000 at 4. 2i or a quarter-point
below the price that has ruled for
these bonds for many months.
Mention is made in the San Fran
cisco Journal of Commerce of nine
carloads of alfalfa hay shipped by R.
A. Foster to San Francisco for export
either to Honolulu or Manila. It Was
sold for $12 a ton.
Dr. A. J. Cook, state horticultural
commissioner of California, has been
successful in Washington In having
the Mexican orange maggot Included
in the federal plant quarantine.1 This
is said to be one of the moat destruct
ive pests known to entomologists. ' ;
J. S. McCandless. "Sunny Jim, has
been boosting the Honolulu Floral Pa
rade in San Francisco, according to
newspaper reports. He is quoted also
as saying that although:: augar divi
dends are not so-vfeigh as they were,
the territory is not suffering from
anything like husingsa depression. .
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statement showing the funds is satis
factory condition. .
President A. J. Glgnoux read his an
nual report reviewing a ear of more
than ordinary prosperity and closing
with an optimistic forecast of the en
suing year. . He waa applauded at the
After the election of directors. H.
Gooding 'Field read a paper entitled,
"The Greater Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce." . , ..- ,k v x.
To harden the gums, try a ''wash
made of hot water' one pint; borax;
one ounce, nd a teaspoonful each of
spirits of camphor "and myrrh. .' Dis
solve the borax in the, hot water and
let ' coc-Tfirejr6re,addnlg, th other - in-
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A bright boy fsr office work. Apply
Royal Hawn. Gatage, In person? -
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AUTO. FOR SALE.
PEERLESS, six-cylinder, torpedo body,
4 or 5 passengers, engine in perfect
running order throughout; car has
only been driven 7,000 miles and has
been very well cared for. Cost hew
$6,600. Reaso n for disposing of
saBfe Is that owner has ordered a
Big Six' American Underclung. The
PEERLES3 has new tires, new top,
set of chains, complete eet of tools,
Gabriel horn, 3 extra tubes, seat
covers, air pump to. Inflate tires,
side curtains, robe rail, foot rest
and . has been varnished. Bargain
AMERICAN THIRTY 1913 model, 4
passenger car, only a little over a
ircnt h old, a bargain; reason for
disposal: owner has two AMERI
CANS and wishes to purchase a
larger car. Everything complete.
Electric Hghls, self-starter, nickel
trimmings, electric horn and bulb
horn, ne extra tire with rims. A
year's guarantee will go with this
car. Original cost $2,650. Will sell
for $2,400. A chance in a lifetime.
Geo. C. Beckley, Distributor.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Samuel H. Dowsett, 842 Kaahamanu
St., Tel 3968. Call and see him for
anything in the real estate line.
5452-1 ni. '
Hotel proposition; established business
can be purchased for $10,000. Call
on D. A. Dowsett, Kaaiiumanu St.,
for details. 5415-6m.
Passboog No. 2419. Finder return to
the Bank of Hawaii. Ltd. 5452-3t.
Our candies are always fresh at "The
Fern," Emma and Vineyard.
The teahi Home.
The annual meeting of the Leahi
Home will be held in the offices of
Messrs. Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd.,
Fridav. .lannarv :'.lst, IMS. at 2 o'clock
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Just the thing for a
SOUVENIR OP HAWAII
Cups tlnd Saucers -Creamers
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Ladies Will find that eolt water
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. thounh ltrefrechea th3 bedv czz h
' r send3 the blood coursing thro'Jh
: the: veins. Our Rubber Cap3, the
x most; popular at the beach, 7ill ' :
protect your hair. ; u
Essicon, Sinnrnm Cz Co
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tin ifliM dn
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Wherever electricity supersedes steam or gasoline engine drive
there la affected a. great aaving of money. 7 '. .
AND RELIADLE POWER.
We av prepared to make recommendations and furnish prices
for the installation of motors for indvstrlal application.
YOU HAVE TO PAY f
FOE YOUE BEEAB
SO YOU MIGHT AS WELL'orET TAE fcEiT - '
LADIES' IITJSLIN TJUDEBWEAH
NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED PRICES . ........ ..HJCO tJ3J0
CANTON DRY GOODS CO., '
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60c and 85c
35 c and 40c
45c. and 5.0c
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