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HONOLULU BTAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEB. 4, 1913.
Castle & Cooke,
and insurance Agents
kifrtuu 'dottchu k One
Co. - '
Htltn 8oir Comptj
Pal Plantation "..
Maul Agricultural Comptay
Hawaiian 8tnar Cdmpanj
Kahakn Plantation Company
UcBrjrde Sugar Company
Kaholul Railroad Compaxy
Kauai Railway Company
Hcaolaa Binn ...
Haiku Fruit and Packing Co,
Kanal frott and Land Company
'SHIPPING arid COMMISSION
t m" merchants,-
FIRE A MARINE NURANCE
Agftnta fpri .
Hawaiian Acrftfdtnral C.
Onomea. usar' JCompany . ?v.
' Honosm ttnsat Company
' Walluka Sugar jObmtany
OlotralU -CompSay'; '),' ;
; Kllauea fcusar PlantktloB Co.
" hill6 Socar Cotdpany .
Paann&ti Sugar Plantation Co.
Ifrkaiau JPlantatfcni Company
Hutchinson fitt&ar PUrot ; Co.
AValmanalo Sugar r'Cuptorj -Honolulu
Oceanic Steamship Company
BaMfrin LocomoUrd ' Work
B. P. Dillingham Co.
Gantfal Afnt for Hwt!!:
Atlai Auurane Company of
London, Now .York Undor
wrlttra'. Agency;. Provldenco
Washington Insurant. Co.
4th Floor, StangsiiWsll Bldg.
U Hoaolola were agafa swept
by a. conflagration, eoaU joa
collect year Insaraarc!
C Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent tie the largest aid
strongest fire lasaraaeo compa
aies in the world.
The Man Who
Wants To Be
but feelo that he "hain't the
price" is a man to be pitied.
Happy the man who, In his
youth was wite enougn to look
forward to the needs 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 ot Hawaii, Ltd.
Cstattllshsd In 1SM
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters or Credit Issued on trie
Bank of California and The
London Jornt Stock Bank. Ld
Correspondents for the Amor
lean Express Company and
The. Cook 'A Son.
Interest allowed on Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
We have sold bur 20 per cent
Investment advertised last
week and how offer a
two bedrooms, separate serv
ants' quarters; lot 75x133 feet,
924 Bethel Street
O ef "
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 . . . 43,000,000
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 be kept
In custody st moderate rates.
YU AKAI. Manager
"The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO.
Odd Fellows' Block Fort 8L
Tuess:av. F-t r.!or. 4.
NAME OF STOCK. Bid.
C Brwwer it Co
Ewa Plantation Co. . .
Hawaiian Aaric Co. .
Haw. Com. & bug. Co
Hawaiian Sagar Co. . .
li i j5
36 j . ...
I ; 50
; Honomu Sugar Co
llonokaa 8uiar Ca ! .
Haiku 8ugar Co. j : 10
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. . j 6
Kahuku P?ar:atlcn Co. . . 1 1 j
Kekana b'uxai Co.
Koloa Sugar Cf . .. j
Mc&ryde Sugar Ca
Oak a Sugar Ca
Onoroea Sugar Co
0e3 Sagar C? ixi
Paauhau Sug&r Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pa a Plantativn Ca
Pepaek 8ugsr Co
Pioneer Mill Co.
Wsialua Agri j Co
Walluku Sugr Co
Walmanalo SujT-r Co. . . .
Walxnea Sogat alin Co. . .
inter-Is land Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
Hon. R. T. ft U Co.. Pref.
Hon R. T. ft L Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Ca . . .
Oalro R ft L. Co. ....... .
UUo R. R. Co. Pfd.
Hllo R. R. Co.. Com. ....
Hen, B. 4tL Co.
Haw. Irrgta. Co., 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Ca .
ranjong Olok R pd. up.
Pafcanr Ran. Co.
Hon. Bf ft M. Co. Ass...
Haw.Twr.4X (rireCX) ..
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
ft aw. Ter.
Cal.Beet Bug. ft Ref. Co e
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 6s.
Haw. Com. ft 8ug. Co, 1
BUo R. R. Co, Issue 1901.
Hlio R. R. Co., Con. t ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., t . .
sual Ry. Co.
Kohala Ditclx Co. 6s
if cBrjde Sugar Ca 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. Cc
Dann Sagar Co. 6
Pae. Sug. HiU Co. 6s
Pioneer Mffl Ca X
WalalaAirlo Co. 6 . ..
Ka.irn. irrigation Co. 6X
Hamakua Ditch $X..i.
Sales Session Sales $6000 Mutual
Tel. Cs, 104; 10 Pioneer, 26.75; 100
Onomea, 33. 75; 20 Onomea, 33.75; 60
Cahu Sugar Co., 23.12 1-2; 20 Oahu Su
gar Co., 23.121-2; 10 Oahu Sugar Co.,
23.12 1-2; 5 Oahu Sugar Co., 23.121-2;
5 Oahu, 23.12 1-2; 20 H. B. ft M. Co.,
24.50; 10 H. B. & M. Co., 24.50; 10
Onomea, 33.62 1-2; 10 Onomea, 33.62
1-2; 13 Oahu Sugar Co., 23.12 1-2; 5
Haw. C. & S. Co., 35.
Notice Directors of the Honolulu
Brewing & Malting Co., Ltd., announce
a regular dividend of 1 per cent per
month from January to June, 1913, in
clusive. Sugar Quotations 88 degree analy
sis beets, 9s. 7 l-2d. Parity, 4.01c.
Latest sugar Quotations, 3.49 cents,
or IC9.6Q per ton.
WW m (0
'Jfedibers. ffooolula feioek ta Bwid
F0STT AM MERCHANT 8TBECT8
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Lean
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
Giffard & Roth
. STOCK 1ST) BOND BBOKXSS
Members HonpUIa Stack ami Bead
StangeBwali Bldg, li Yerekait St
76 Merchant St.
Fine building lots on and near car
line in the Just-opened King-Young-Be-retania
tract; $."5i to $1000. Time
Fine new home with large improved
grounds or. car line in the above tract.
: new homes at Palaraa. near town.
$:;.imj(, ?2.3;u and $2,o00 respectively.
137 Merchant Street
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
M.A.GUNST&Co., Agts. !
i LOCAL AND GENERAL
New Spring trimmed hati, jtist
' riy-dV Dkkerson, the Leading MilM-
The Geod Templars will aett jn
' , l)d J Fellows' Hall tonight. Come pre
parer to enjoy a social evening.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around the - Island at $6.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. ad
The Consolidated Soda Works Co.
are originators of all kinds of soft
drinks. Their sodas and ciders are
. !tli best in the city. advertisement.
Chailes H. Rose, son of the late
j Mary H. 3. Rose, has been appointed
executor of her estate, alued at
512.0W. His bond is fixed at J40)0.
j Floral Parade pennants and hat
j tai.ds. Hawaii and South Seas Curio
Co., Young building. Largest Pacific-
Souvenir dealers in the world. adver
tisement. Collectors of Green Stamps are en
titled to a chance free on a whole
room full of furniture. Come In and
see. Everythlbg free for Green
Genuine Kryptok bifocal lenses fur
nished promptly. Factory on the prem
ises, A. N. San ford, optician, Boston
building, Fort street, over Henry May
& Co. Telephone 1740. advertise
AT THE HOTELS
Alexander Young Mrs. Leona
Thompson, Los Angeles; S. D. Haus
man, Seattle; Thomas Hart, Denver;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Jesberg, Los
Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller,
Spokane; I. de Bretteville, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. M. A. Hulse, San Fran
cisco; George A. Morrill, Oakland,
Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. John Barr, Winni
peg; Wallace R. Martin, Chicago; G.
J. Waller, Jr., San Francisco; Dr. and
Mrs. G. E. Drew, N'ew Westminster,
B. C; Mr.-and Mrs. W. J. Hammond,
Los AngeleB; Mr. and Mrs. W, J.
Doneley, Kenosha, Wis.; Mrs. Charles
P. Lund, Spokane; Mrs. Marion Pat
terson, Vancouver; Miss F. Dever
eaux,m Victoria ; Mrs. A. S. Smithe,
Vancouver; F. G. Tucker, Niagara
Falls, N. Y.;
Royal Hawaiian Dr. S. P. Rus
sell, Wailuku; R. Reames, Klamath
Falls, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Marks, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Pelton, Pasadena; Mrs. H. J.
Mitchell, Owens boro, Ky.; Louise
Mitchell, Owerisboro, Ky.; J. E.
Reames, Klamath Falls, Ore.; Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Hall, San Francisco.
TURNS OUT POORLY
Reports from all part3 of the province-
correspondence of the Manila
Bulletin says, that the value of the
Negrossugar cdop will be about three
million pesos below the normal. Mail
ing has been in progress in some
parts of the province Tor about five
veeks and sjhows that while the yield
is about the same as last year th.e
quality of the sugar is about twenty
five percent Iserow the average. Very
little No. 1 sugar will be produced and
there is no hope that a single picul of
the Negros trop will go to the :ew
York market. Thus cut off from bene
ft under the free entry clause of the
Payne tariff the probability is that the
loss will ba much greater than esti
mated. While the value of the prei
cnt crop is estimated at a maximum
of 8,000,000 pesos, the debt for work
ing capital at the average of 12 per
cent interest is approximately 6,750,
000 pesos, and as a portion of the
gross returns belongs to planters who
used their own capital the borrowfhg
planter's condition may te imagined.
A surcharge of forty per cent was add
e.l Jo the longest list of delinquent
taxpayers tbat the province has had
ior the past ten years. A fair propor
tion of these are sugar growers an',
the delinquency indicates how hard
up they have been for the pist twelve
The rice crop has been damaged
even more than the sugar crop and a3
a rule the racenderos who expectrd
tu have their own rice to feed their
lobor are in yet wor.e i-trcumstances.
The poor quality of the susar is dn
principally to the heavy deposit or
silt and gravel which the September
Uoods left on the fields and in a less
measure to the locust pest, while the
rice crop received its greatest danng?
from the locust. '
Notwithstanding the lamentable
conditions which the planters must
Lee it cannot be said that as a nil
they are disheartened. They realize
that these calamines could not have
been avo'dt-u and are fioin ahead and
i::aking plans to turn out a better
grade of sugar in tiie i'u ure. It 's
very probable that the next season
will see a fair portion of the crop
milled in small centrifugals. Two of
these mills have been in operation ior
two years, and the fact that last sea
son "when the general pi ice of sugar
was so low the product of tnese mills
In ought a fancy price and remained
steady throughout the i-eason ha
created a general desire for improved
n.illing equipment. In fact there is
a general desire for bis centrals if
these c-n be had without the exer
tional thirty year contracts.
Now ideas in beautiful valentines
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO.
I MORE CLASSES IN"
ar - l
A revi$a! cf the- schedule of the
physical department of the Young
Men's Christian Association has pro
vided classes for the members cf the
business men's department who. wish
to take part in those activities during
The physical committee of the as
sociation has voted to accept this re
vision which will make it possible for
a large number of men to get in th
gymnasium classes on Wednesday;
.Monday and Friday afternoons from
five until six o'clock. These classes
have hitherto been opened to the
members cf the business men's elub,
but the committee has now decided
to open them to all full members of
the business men's department. The
work In tnf.se classes is primarily for
the business men who wtsh. to get
their physical work in the afternoon
in order that thty may spend their
evenings at home and not have to re
turn to tovn as they did when the
c'nssts were held in the evening:
While this class was organized for
the business men, yet any members
01 tne apartment wno cannot attend
the evening classes will be invited
Another matter which was. brought
up at the last meeting of the
physical committee was the advisa
bility of that department entering a
float In the Floral Parade. Although
no definite arrangements were made
at the time U is likely that designs
will be submitted this week, arid ' In
case the committee decides to m alee
the entry, the work will ddmmence at
, ; 1 " h J '. h i
WitS two messages to the approach'
ing legislature, already completed, a
third in preparation, and tne compila
tion of a report of the government's
necessary expense money for the next
biennial, based on the estimates of the
various departmental heads, Governor
Frear is working at top speed these
Though he hemained home , Sun
day he spent most of the daylight
hours and . several hours by electric
light i in pouring., over figures Jand
.turning but manuscripts, and says; he
expects to be tied dOwn. closely to
this sort of work until the law raakfng
body assembles February 19.
OF ALIAS JfMMr
"Alias Jimmy Valentine," the, pow
erful reform drama, will be' the , Bi
jou's offering for Wednesday night,
when Virginia Brissac and the World's
Fair Stock Co. will present for tne
first time here Paul Armstrong's dra
ma or prison life. The company is
pushing rehearsals of the play as
Speedily a3 pdssible. So great is this
production that the mauaement have
decided to close the theater tonight
and tomorrow right to properly pre
pare Tor the play. The stage wldl
practically have to be built over In
order, to produce the proper effect to
the play, and Director Vray Is leav
ing nothing unturned to make this
offering the most pittdntiohs ever
seen here. For this engagement only
the prices of admission have been
placed at $1.00, 73c, O0c and 2r)C.
Secretary. vWilson has proclaimed a
rile forbidding the importation from
Mexico, to prevent the introduction ot
the Mexican fruit fly. of orjnjcs
sweet limes, mangoes, achras sapotes,
peaches, guav and plums.
Closing quotations for Hawaiian
stocks in San Francisco yesterday
were as follows: Hawaiian Commer
cial, 34.75 bid; Hawaiian Sugar, 35. 73
bid; Honokaa, 7.75 bid; Hutchinson,
i.75 bid; Kilauea, 12 bid; Onomea,
C:25 bid; Paauhau. 16.:'7 1-J bid;
Union. 27.r,0 bid; Honolulu Planration.
ul asked, sold Honolulu Oil, 1.25 ask
ed. Ceorge Ross, who at different times
vas manager of several plantations in
Hawaii, returned last week from the
Philippines, where he had been mak
ing invstigations for Britiih capital
ists. He met George Fairchild an 1
fojnd him well satisfied with his pros
pects. Mr. Hots was favorably im
pi eased with the opportunities for ih
vtstment in the Philippines.
Likelihood of resumption of the
war in the Balkans and threa s or
trouble in the steel industry together
with uncertainty whe her the supreme
court would that day render its deci
sion in the Minnesota ra'e ease, gave
the bears advantage on the New York
stock exchange yesterday. Declines
were confined to but a few Tssn.-,
luwever. and there were some recov
eries. The market closed heavy.
I read It In the Star-lluilcf in.
must be so.
25c per gallon
Von Hamm Young
Honolulu, T. H.
riii tnkihTi hit its
THE OM.Y WOVAX HTPXOTIST I THE WORLD AND
THE WORLD'S GREATEST HYPNOTIST.
Direction: MR. RODSON BARXETT
Tte t7areThal f
Yob can cook theJTsiiyTcced focd la
dth less fear of bnrnuijj iEnm'mivthcr WnfL
' Iuse'alumihum is a;: better distributor, of heat. 4
' rtteinsltTbn' in
fuel And ft means '&virix. in ;wean'd-ti
VEve utensils ar light to handll Mcj -toeafc
with fruit acids' or foods: - u v t; '.
"Wear-Evcr utensils are made torn thick hard -;6HSet'
iuinhiuxh, 99 pure, without-jourt, ccam
.or&lddv IWaanlet :fdodburri without I
injuring theni ' (Shnot rustcannot chip Or
scale are practically indestructible.
Replace utensils that . wear out
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Phone Household Department
-sto tfijM dh
SALMON, SOLE, FLOUNDERS, HALIBUT, SMELT
Fine condition; decided fresh flavor
WOOLEN SHIRTS, PAJAMAS AND SWEATER COATS.
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.,
STAR-BULLETIN 05 PEU MONTH
apis )"6fj si n
Metropolitan Meat Market
HE1LBRON & LOUIS, Props. TELEPHONE U
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE