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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20. 1!U3.
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Castle & Cooke,
. Star FactoiT ;
Commission - Merchants ;
; iiid insurance Agents :
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Hawaiian Commarclal Boca.
; - Haiku Sugar Compaajr .
vJapiantoa f :
, rfca.nl Afcrltniltural 'compaaf '
i VtfaVuko v Plaatatlbr. Cfia$a l
: McCrjda? Sugar 'CompUff-i..
Kanulul Itallroa4 Comi"-V
;. i Kauai Railway Cottpaaj ; 5
" Boaolua' JUnca f;'. -V
.j':uiau- mi' ad.(Pciini 09, :.
y"iini TtvSt ftd Land Company ?
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&- Ctab!lahtf let'
, tUQAR FACTORS, '
SHtPPINQ and COMMISSION
. . . merchants; ,
FIRE A MARINE INSURANCE
Agents for " v
; Hairallan Agricultural Co.
. Onomea Sugar Company '
x Pepeekeo Sugar Company
: Honomn Sugar Company
f : Wallukn i Sugar ' Company
' JCllauea Sugar Plantattoi Co.
Hilo Sugar Company H-
'.'Paauhau 8ugar Plantation Ca
Hakalan Plantation Company v
Hutculnson Sugar. Plaufn Ca
Walmanalo Sugar Company
,' Honolulu Plantation Company
O6ean!o Steamship Company
' Baldwin Locomotive Wortar
B. F. Dillingham Co.
- : i LIMITED'
Ganarat Aatnt for Hawaii:
Atli Aaturanea Company &
,S-ondon, Ntw York ,Undar.
, wrltoro Afltncy; ' Provldenca t
Washington Inturanea Co.'
4th Floor. StanoeL-wald Bldg.
If nD!ala were again ewepl
by 'a conflagraUon, could yoa
collect year Insurance t
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent tte tb largest ani
strongest Arc insurant coataa
ales la the worl4
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The Man Who
Wants To Be
but feels that he "hasn't the
price" is a man to be pitied.
Happy the man who. !n his
youth was wise enougn to look
forward to the neecs of man
hood, to start a savings bank
account and to acquire the sav
ing habit. When the time comes
for marriage he is never forced
tc wait and to make her wait
until the price is forthcoming.
Start that account for yourself
or for your boy NOW. One dol
lar will do it. We pay interest
on all balances.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital-Surplus $f ,200,000
Cstetllshod In 1151
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers
Letter of Credit Issued on tho
Bank of California and Tho
London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd
Correspondent for tho Amor
lean Express Company and
Thos. Cook o Son.
Interest allowed on Term and
4 8avlngs Bank' Deposlta. ,
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' We "have Sold our 20 per cent
Investment . advertised last
week and now : offer a r
two bedroome," separate serv
ants' quartersf lot 75x133 feet,
: Bishop TrasL
' 1 Co., Ltd;
924 Bethel Street
Issuo'K. K.-fe K. Letters of
'Credit' and-- Travelers' Checks
available throughout the .world.
Cable Transfers at
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
( BANK, LIMITED.
Head 'Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office ::::::
. : : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capital Subscribed . . . 48,000,000
Capital Paid Up 30,000,000
Reserve Fund 1 7,850,000
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts
for $1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at $2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be kept
in custody Bt moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
"The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Odd Fellows Block Fort 8L
Honolulu Slock Exchange
Wednesday, January 9.
NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
.. .-. , 2 C
2 H 4.,
20 23 K
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C Brewer 4 Co
ETwa Plantation Co.
HawaJim Ajrric Ca
flaw. Crm. & fca. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sagai Ox
Honomit Sugir Co
Honbkai Stfzar Ca.
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahukn PTiM&ticr Co. . .
Kfckana t? arrJCo
Koioa Sugar Cr
McBryde Suiar Co
Oabn Sur Co
O&omea Buar Co
Otaa Sugar Co Ltd.
Paftub.au FcgSiT Plant Ca
Pacific Bugar Mill
Paia PlantaUu Co
PepeekA'j Sugar Co. ... .
Pioneer Hill CO.
Walalua Agric Co
Waihrku Su$r Co
Waiznanalo Siijfr Cc . . .
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
(nterffland ream N. Ca
Hawaiian EnectHc Co. . . .
Hon. R. T; &. L. Co.. Pref.
Hen. R. T. & L Co., Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu R. & L. Co. ........
Hilo R. R. CO.. Pf d.
Hilo R. R. Co Com. ....
Hcn. B. & M. Co.
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6a
Hawaiian Pineapple Ca .
Tanjong Olok R C, pd. up.
Pahaug Rub, Co
Hon. B. & M. Ca Ass. . .
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CL) . .
Haw. Ter.4 ...........
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4
haw. Ter.SU 2
Cal. Beet Sug. &, Ref. Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., LtL, 6s.
Haw. Com. & Sug: Ca 5
Hilo R. R. Co Issue 1S01 .
Honokaa Sugar Ca, 6
Hon. R.T.4I Co. . . .
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s..".
McBryde Sugar Co. . . .
Mutual Tel. Ga:...
Oahu R. & L. Co. 5
Oahtt Sugar Co. 5 ..... .
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s
Pioneer Mill Co.
WalaJua Agrlc Co. 6 , . .
Natomas Con. Ca.......
Hawn: IrrigaUon Co. 6
Hamaktta Ditch 6
Sales Between Boards: 20 Pineap
ple, 44.50; 50 Ewa, 26.50; 20 Ewa,
26.50; 100 Ewa, 26.50; 50 Pahang
Rub, 20.12VS; 15 O. R. & L. Co., 140;
200 Onomea, 32.50; 5 Waialua, 95.
Session-Sales 21' Oahu Sugar Co.,
23; 15 Pioneer, 27; 50 Pioneer, 26.87;
5 Waialua, 95; 10 Oahu Siigar Co.,
23.12'i; lO Brewery, 24.
Sugar Quotations 88 degree analy
sis beets, 9s. 64d. Parity, 4.00. 96
degree centrifugals, 3.43.
Latest sugar quotation 3,435 cents
or $68.70 per ton.
,.. : VJ ... . JEtehaaga.
Veinbart! Honoioiu Mock aai Boat
FOKT AJCD VEBCUAKZ 8TXXXTS
Telepaoiaa 1208. ,.f
J. F. filbrgan Co.; Ltd.
Information Furnlshod and Loans
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
STOCK A5D BOND BROKERS
Members Honolola Stock ail Bail
SUngenwala Bldg, 102 Xerekail St
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 -Merchant St Phone 3013
5-room house, close to car, Kaimuki,;
furnished, handsome interior finish,
bargain for $3,000.
Waideytr & Whitaker.
Cor. Hotel & Union
a Ruell folding baby holder.
It's safe, sane
bination of a
high chair, a
jumper end a swing.
CITY MERCANTILE CO.
Dealers in House Furnishing Goods
24 Hotel St, near Nuuanu.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
he Kind Yea Have Always Bought
Giffard & Rolh
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A ares3-feedr is wanted at the
Dickersofl, The Leading Miliiner,
114S Fort. N'ew Spring Shapes. ad
1 Taxpayer Hand in roar tax re
turns to the Assessor More Jan. 31.
Smallpox is reported to be raging
! in Chicago. Thousands have been
; vpceinated in the last month.
: Visit Blom'3 store, corner Fort and
, Hotel, and note the tremendous clear-
. auc bargains. advertisement.
j Wasted Two morn passengers for
I around - the - Island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. ad
vertisement If you require show cases of any
description, fee George V. Jenkins,
Sach's Block, 76 Beretania street.
The Consolidated Soda Works Co.
jare originators of-all kinds of soft
j drinks. Their sodas and ciders are
iue Lt-3i iu me city. advertisement.
Crushed algaroba protein makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 4027. advertisement
Collectors of Green Stamps are en
titled to a chance free on a whole
room full of furniture. Come in and
see. Everything free for Green
Blom's big clearance sale will begin
Saturday morning and will include all
lines of dry goods, white goods and
ready-to-wear garments. The prices
are marked down to bed-rock.
Genuine Kryptok bifocal lenses fur
nished promptly. Factory on the prem
ises, A. N. Sanford, optician, Boston
building," Fort street, over Henry May'
& Co. Telephone 1740. advertise
ment Mrs. Francis G. Williams will give
a song recital, on Friday evening,
January 31,lat the Alexander Young
pavilion, fir the benefit of the
Epiphany Guild of Kaimuki. adver
tisement. People who think that vegetables
can not be grown on account of the
bugs should take a look at the Wal
pahu school garden. There they will
see corn, peas and sweet potatoes in
a most flourishing condition. It is
cared for by the boys.
There wilt be a special meeting of
Oceanic Lodge, No. 371, F. & A. M.,
in Masonic Temple at 30'clock this
afternoon for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral of Brother Henry G.
Treadway. Members of other Masonic
lodges In the city are invited to at
Put the Denio System in your home,
store, factories, school houses, ware
houses, or any bWding you may own,
then in case of fire, you push the but
ton and the DENIQ SYSTEM will do
the rest. advertisement.
AD CLUB LECTURE
-AT PALM CAFE
"Preparing an Ad'vrtisem'ent' is
the first in the course of the; sreou
ticon lectures on advertising to be
given at the dinner and lecture of the
Honolulu Ad Club, trom 6 "to 8.30 to
morrow evening in-the upper room of
the Palm Cafe. The dinner will be
served at 6 o'clock and after dinner
the lecture " will be delivered by Presi
dent Farrington with Bonlne operat
ing the stereopticon. . .
The course of lectures of which this
is the first to be given locally is pre
pared by the leading advertising ex
l-erts of the United States members
and tome of them Officers of the Asso
ciated Advertising Clubs ofAmerio.i
vith which the local Ad Club is as. so
ciated. The lectures are made, up and
illustrated' with a view td enabling
the writer of 'advertising, whether h
be an advertising specialist or a busi
ness man who writes his own adver
tising, to get the results and put hi'3
goodo "right" before the public.
The lecture to he given tomorrow
evening was prepared by Mr. Gerald
U. Wads worth of New York City. Yon
snlting advertising director" and
i-resident of the Eastern Division of
the AsociatIon Advertising Clubs of
America. After the lecture an oppor
tunity will be given for discission ii
the guests wish.
M'LAIN, In Honolulu, January 28,
1913, at her home, 1231 Matlock
avenue. Mrs. John McLain, aged
seventyrthree years. Funeral trlis
afternoon is private.
MANUWA1 In Honolulu, Jan. 26.
1013, Chris Manuwai, beloved son of
Mr. and Mrs. Apaki Manuwai, aged
CAMARA In this city. Jan. 29, 1913,
the "infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Man
uel Camara, aged 10 months. -
Photo-Engratlng of highest grade
ran be secured from the Star-Bulletia
Teacher wanted for Honolulu private
school, sixth or seventh grade. Apply
"Tearher." this office. 5456-tf.
Man wanted to run road roller, on
other island. Apply by letter to A.
A. Wilson, Office 5.S Yotins Bldg.
Man to run concrete and roek grading
gang. Apply by letter to A. A. Wil
scn. Room 5S, Young Bldg. 5456-3t
2 bedroom cottage in Makiki district.
Apply 1249 Fort St. 5456-2 w.
Jnf. JS JltlrJ ?r4(i rr
Postoffice key with chain attached.
Finder please return to Mrs. E. M.
Taylor, 158 Hotel St.
theuecd Fof i.
fjrippe, pneumonia cr
Den V trifle with syrups
and nostras; take Scctt's
drives out eolde and builds
strength and resistance
force to 'avoid sickness.
Ask f sr and INSIST oa SCOTT S.
Scott & BoTenc. fcloomfield. N. J. 12-74
George V. Jakins has opened an
auctioneering-" and commission office
in the Sachs building, Beretaina
street, near Fort.
Kerosene oil is now consumed ty
the1 world to the extent of a million
gallons daily. The United States out
put in 1912 was 220 million gallons.
Mollister Drtig Co., Ltd., will have
an "opening day" on Saturday, 10 a.
m. to 9:30 p. m., following the reno
vation 'of the store interior which has
been done since Messrs. Meyer and
Gignoux acquired the control of the
An important financial group in
Loudon1 recently .sent an expert to the
east to study the question of the
cultivaUon of nlbber. The expert
also vlUted Para and in his report
states that 'it-is absolutely imperative
for the Brazilian rubber planters im
mediately to adopt three reforms.
The first. of these. is the adoption off
the mode of incision employed in the
east; secondly the importation of
Chinese labor; and thirdly, the reduc
tion of th6 export duties.
A late number of ttup Sonora News
bad an article of which the following
is an extract: "An excellent quantity
of tobacco is raised In the Territory
of Tepic, being marketed through the
ports "of San Bias (Tepic and Maaat
ian (Sinaloa) and thence to Mexico
City through' Manzanillo ' (Colima).
Moat 'Of . the ' Tepic tobacco goes to
Mexico City; where it Is manufactured
into -cigarettes. The' production in the
Territory of Tepic is estimated at -610
pounds to the acre. It 'is packed; in
bales of -162 pounds,, two of which
make a 1 load , for a mule from the
plantation to the port The "price paid
is 20 to 22 pesos vper cargo -(carga-
300 pounds), or $9.96 to $10.96 U. S.
TO ROUSE US ALL
In the days of '49 there were rue
tions all the time, there was some
thing doing every blessed minute. But
with Honolulu's game, '49 will look
quite tame; in fact those ancient min
ers won't be in it.
in tne center or tne town, witn a
big, high fence around, will be built
a wondrous camp and christened
"Roaring"; and the people will be
there to be thrilled and made to stare,
while enthusiastic joy will go a-soar-ing.
In this peaceful city's heart, lively
Elks will do their part to make a glad
some week of :Iun and frolic. There'll
be everything-in line to "take off" old
'49, and not a' fingle item melancholic.
If George -Washington could see all
the stunts that are to be, he would
marvel at the stirring, jolly jinks. For
his birthday week's the time when our
pleasure's in its prime with the Mid
Pacific Carnival, methinks!
Don't forget the Roaring Camp You
can lick a postage stamp, but you can
not beat the program that the Elks
are going to run. On that large and
grassy plot that is called the Bishop
lot there is going to be headquarters
for your Carnival and fun.
NftW APPOINTED TO '
Dr. S. D. Barnes.,-noted basso, will
take the important part af Willoughby
in the all-Hawaiian-manufactured mu
sical comedy "The Tourist", to be pre
sented at the Hawaiian opera-house on
Feb. 19, 20 and 21. Barnes is a wel
come acquisition to the excellent ag
gregation of local amateur theatrical
Mrs. Raymond Teal is kindly assist
ing the ladies in the play in the matter
of hints regarding the latest frills in
dancing. Raymond Teal, whose com
pany is now showing at the Popular
theater, is taking much pleasure in ob
serving the progress of "The Tourist."
EXPECT AN INCREASE
OF BREWERY DIVIDEND
Following the annual meeting of
the Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.
Ltd., at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning
tntre will be a meeting of the newly
elected board of dirrtors." at which i
is generally expected th"t tne monthly
dividend is three-fourths of one per
cent. C. G. Bartlett. treasurer and
manager of the company, declined this
ir.orning to say anything further than
that the directors would meet as al
ready state and consider certain rec om
n.enations he was going to submit. '
Brewery Ltock has advanced 1T.50 to
21 in the past two months.
The steamers Wailele and Iwalani
were dispatched Tuesday for Hawaii
ports, taking general cargoes and
mails but no passengers. The Iwa
lani carried freight destined for Ma
hukona and Kawaihae.
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are the highest grade sold la Honolulu
and include every toi!et article in use
in the home bv man or wtman.
ToHet Water, Smelling Salts, Soap.
Liquid Shampoo, Face Powder, Bath
Powder, Cold Cream, Vanishing
Cream, Manicure Stones. Sandalwood,
Violet and Carnafon Talcum. Tooth
Powder, Shaving Soap, Tooth Paste.
A free sample
y " Article with each sale.
Benson Smith & Co.,
Wherever electricity supersedes steam or gaaolirtB enfifna drfva
thera is effected a great saying of money. : : . v ; ' . :
, 1 AND RELIABLE POWER. " v ;
We are prepared to make recommendations and f urn I thv prices
for the Installation of motors for; industrial application. ;. , ,
Pina Cloth in all shadesSc sryiaxdT;
Silk and Cotton ' v
Embroidered. Dress Patterns
Large variety of IrisK Crochet
4 Fort Street
WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF THIS GREAT BUTTER AND CAN
OFFER YOU SOMETHING CHOICE IN STEAKS AND JOINTS.
Metropolitan Meat Market
H El LB RON & LOUIS, Props. TELEPHONE M4
WOOLEN SHIRTS, PAJAMAS AND SWEATER COATS.
CANTON DRY GOODS CO
YOU HAVE TO PAY
FOR YOUR BREAD
SO YOU MIGHT AS WELL GET THE BEST
STAR-BULLETIN .75 PER MOM
cf an Armour Toilet . .'. '
liTI WBOfcsi ItSI , ,
9pis mBu si 11
lfr fJMia4i.4 y '
Electric Co., Ltd.
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE