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HONOLULU OTAlt BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEB. J, 1913.
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The Man Who
Wants To Be
but feelt that he "hasn't the
price" it a man to be pitied.
Happy the man who, In hit
youths was wise enough 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
to wait and to make her wait-;
until the pKce is forthcoming
Start that account for yourself
or for your boy NOW. One dot
lar will do it. We pay interest
on ail balances.
i Agents v . Honolulu
;- i - Scgar Factor I
. r Commission Merchants
, Hawaiian Commercial A. Burar
Halkv Scsar ,Cpxnpaj
M rAta.. Plantation ' " 'i
: Maui Agricultural Ccxaptty : :
'Hawaiian 8ura Comsaajj; . ''i
Kanaka i Plantation ' Company . f
r KcBxyfle Bcsir Company; .f
Kalmlul Iroad CcrrrjatTy , 1
rf Ktil Hallway Cmnpagy , J '
,": IlxUra Fruit tad Packtei Co. ,
CjlolI Fruit and Land Conpaajr
Bank of Haiti aii, Ltd.
established In 1S5I
Commercial and Travslers
J Ltra! Crttfit lav4 ei tba;
Bank.of California and Tha
?' London Joint 6tockj Jank' LtoV
t CbrrttponVenta.ffor tha Amir-
ican . express company - ano
Thoa. Cook eV Son.
- inisresi auowta on i erm sura
Savings Bank Deposliao
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c VVi. tUQAR , FACTORtV' 1 , .
SKIPPlNb 'and COMMISaiON
j FIRE e MARINE INSURANCE
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t Pepeekep .Susar Cocpairj
, Hoaotrsufiuejr,.Cooipaaj '
i Wallttoi Btigar Coxapaay ,
Olowaia Company- i j .. ,r . .
V'Kllauea. 43 agar Hrintatici Co.: ;
PiLknkAn. nrs.p PlutatlOB OoL:
f iisJoia PlAntaUoa Compaay:
. UuUtlson Sugar NPUufn.Ctj. w .
Walicanalo' SagarCoapasy ; 7, '
, ! floftolulu Plaatatjon -in?ay
Oceaulo 43tCf Ccmpaoy t
B:f; Djl&arn Co!
- -, LIMITED
CsnsraUykCint for Himfli . (
Atlas Assurancs Company f 1
London, ? New York. : U nden
writers' Agency J Pro vide nca
Washington Insuranca Co .
4thV Flobr StangenwaH v Bldg.
tt IIoBolnla strere afals sweal
. ay a esBTatloa, oai
: eo;iecl ytax tasiraacal
C. BrewerVCo:, Ltd.
wpmeat tta tba largest All
stroarest fir Jasnrsace csaaa
aJei ia the werla,
Lowest Rates u
We have aold our 29 per cent a
Investment advertised last
week and now offer a
two. bedrooms aeparate serv
:. ants' quarters; lot 75x153 feet
' for ' ; ;
824 Bethel Street
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f-r lssao K N tc K.i Letters - of
j 7 Credl .aad . XraYalers .... Cecka
avaiiable tbroaghoot the world.
Cable Tratisferf ai
Honolulu StocK Excnange ad Wtl? GENERALi
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NAME OF STOCK. Bid. Asked.
p m H ' Exeaaace, . . t,(
estoert ueaoiaia Moca aaa neae
FOKT. AKD tlLClIAKT 8TE11IS
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
v, BANK, LIMITED.,,
Head Office : : Yokohama
Honotuhj Office : : : : : -:
: Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Cavltal, Subscribed... 48,000.000.
CapUal Paid Up 30.000,000
Reaerve- Fund. 17,350,000
Creneral banking business
transacted. Sayings 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 bo kept
In custody at moderate rates.
YU AKA1, Manager
' "The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
BERGSTfOM. .MUSIC CO. t
Odd Fellows Block Fort St
C. Drawer A Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrie Co
Haw, Com. A bag. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sagar Co.
Honokal 6uar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co. . .
Hutchinson Sogsr Plant. .
Kanuku Dantatlon Co. . .
Kekafia b'cxai Co.
4 iCoioa Soger Co.
Oahv Snpir Co.
Onomea Sugar Co
Oiaa Sugar Co Ltd.
PaAubau Sugar Plant. Co.
Padflc Sugar Mill ; 0
fsia Ptantatf jo Co.
Pepeeku Sugar Co.
Pioneer Mill Co.
Walluka Sui5r Co
Walmanalo Suarr Co
WsixDca 8ug aflU Co. . .
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nter-ItlsndJBteam N. Ca
Hawaifaa Eaectrfc Ca
Hon. TL T. A L. Ca. Pre!
Hon: R. T. A L Co; Com.
&Ictual Tfclephone Ca . . .
OanoR A L. Co. ........
Hflo R. R. CJu Ptd.. . . . . .
Hiio R. R. Co qom. ....
Hon. b: a M, CoA
Haw. Irrgtn. Co., 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Ca t
Tanjonc Olok R.C, pd. up .
Panang Rub; Co: ..'.v...
Hon. Bi AM. Ca Asa...
Haw. Tar. i (Fire CL) . .
Hawj Ter.'4X ..v...v..-
HJfw.lTer4X Pub. tops
aw. Tar 4 X ...... j .'
Haw: Ter.'4 Z . . V.1.
Call Beet Bug. A Ret Co f
Horn Gaa. CoIAiL. 6a.-
Haw. Com. A Sac Ca 52
ROa RvR.Ca.l88Q 1901.
Hixo R. R. Co,Con. 2
tionoaaa soiar Oa, . .
uon. k. t. Lt. ca ...
Kauai Ry.Ca is..;
Kohala Ditebi Ca.ta, .
UcBryde Sugar Ca 6s . . .
Oiaa Sugar Obi t
Pa. SOg-Ull Ca a ... .
Pioneer mil Ca 6
wralalAgrtc Co.55i ;..
Katbmaa Con. ea....... .
Hawn; Irrigation Co. l
Hamakua DifcB 6t.....
New-Spring trimmed hatsJust ax
rived. Dickerson. the Leading Mill!
The Good Templars will meet in
jCdii Fellows' Hall tonight. Come pre
j pared to enjoy . a social evening.
Wanted Two mor p&saengrrs for
around - tba - island at $6.00, Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141 ad
vertisement. The Conrolldated Soda Works Co.
are originators of 1I kinds, of soft
i drinks. Their sodas and- ciders are
j the best in the city. advertisement.
; Charles H. Rose, son of the late
Mary'H- S. Rose; has been appointed
executor of her estate, valued at
$12,000. His bond is fixed at $4000.
Floral Parade pennarts -and hat
hands. Hawaii and South Seas Curio
Co YOune' bnndlnz Largest Pacine-
nsouvenir deilers in the world. adver
tisement - .: -
Collectors of Green Stamps. are et
titled to a chance free on ti whole
room full of furniture. Come in and
see .-Everything; free for Green
Stain us. -advertisement.
; Gen tine 'Iryptok s bifocal lenses fur
nished promptly. Factory on the prem
ISes. fA. M. Sanford, optician, Boston
building. Fort street, over Henrj'May
& Co. Telephone 1740. advertise
AT THE HOTELS
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8ALES. , it s
.Sales Session Sales $6000 Mutual
Tel.:6sK104; 10 Pioneer. 26.75; 100
Qnomea3S.75; 20 Onomea. 33. 73 j 60
Oahu Sugar Co., 23.12 1-2; 20 Oahu' Su
gar Co., xs.lz.14M0. Oahu Sugar fCa.
2J.1214; 5 Oahu Sugar Co., 23.121-2;
5 Oahu, 23.12 1-2; 20 H. B. & M. Co..
246 ; !fr H. BA- Mi Co.? 24.50? :10
Muuiuaa, v.o i-z; - io- unomea, d.Z
1-2; 15 Oahu. Sugar Co., 23.121-2; 5
Haw: C. & 8: Co.; 35. . .,
Notlcfv Dircr.trri . nf th. Hnnolnln
Brewing & Malting Co., Ltd., announce
a', regular -dividend of. 1 per cent - per
month from January to June, 1913, in
.Sugar Quotations 88 degree analy
sis beets, 9s. 7 l-2d. " Parity, 4.01c,
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' latest sugar quotations. 3.48 cents.
or SC9.60 .uer.lon. . .Jv.. . t -
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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. CMlIhs,'
Lpokane; I. de Brettevllle, San Frap
Cisco ; Mrs. M. A. Hulse, San - Fran
cisco; George A. Morrill, Oakland,
Cat; Mr. and Mrs. John Barr WInni
nee: Wallace'Tl.Martln. Chicaso: ' Q.
J,, Waller, ,Jr Sail Francisco; Dr. and
Mra.,o, .E. ,urQw; New Westminster,
B. C; Mr.-and Mrs., wH JA Hammond,
Los: Angeles; ,'Ir. and "Mrs: "VT. Jv
UoneleyKenoshaWls.; Mrs, Charles
P. Lund,- Spokane ; Mrs, Marion Pat
terson, Vancouver; Miss F. Devetv
eaua, , Victoria; Mrs. A, S. Smlthe,
Vancouver; F. G. Tucker. Niagara
Fails, n. y.: ?
' Royal:HawaIian-i-Dr:; S. ' P.-'Rtis
'sell, ' Wailuku; : R. Reames, Klamath
Falls,'- Oresi Mr: . and Mrs. Willia
Marks,' Los: Angeles ; f Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Pelton, Pasadena f Mrs. H.( J4
MIteheH,v Orensboro. Kf.i Louise
Mitchell, Owensboro, " Ky.-, ' J. ' E.
Reames, KlSfnath Falls, Ore.; Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. 'MalL'-Baa Francisco.
Beefe 9 6d
Jr Co: Ud.
STOCK i BROKERS f
Information Furnlshad and Loan
MERCHANT STREET-TAR SLDQ.
: Hhona. 1571 v r 4 r
fiTOCS AJTD BOHD BSO
lemheri Honolula Stack aa Saai
UageawaI4 BldV m Hexaaat! Bt
STOCKS' - - BONDS
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St Pfcone 1 301 J
Fine building lots on and near car
line in the ju3t-opened Klng-Young-Be-
retanla tract; $550 to $1000. Time
Fine new home with large Improved
grounds on car line in. the above trad.
3 new homes at Palama. near town,
$3,000, $2,350 and $2,000 respectively.
137 Merchant Street
J. H. Schnack,
1 37. M erchant, Street .
. Reports fro m all-parts of the tfror.
Jnce, correpondende - of the; Manila,
Bulletin,,. sas,, that, the valo!'-&f -the
Ngros sugar cdop will be about Chree;
million pesos below the nbnnaL' M?U-
Vkrta of. ithe i province for" about ' five
veeka and shows that while the yield
16 about Che -same as last year the
quality of the sugar -Is abou,t- twenty
"CV6' percenttbeloW the average!-'1 Very
little Na" 1 sugar will be produced and
there is no hope that a single plcul of
the 'Negros crop wUl go othe" Kew
York market j Thus cut dfl from hene
tt' under the free entry clauge; of j the
P.iyne tariff the probabilit Is jthal the
loss will be much greater than'esti
jnated, ; While the value - of theprefc?
cnt crop. is eMimated at a maximum
of.5,000,000 pesos, the debt lor workr
ing capital at the average"of 12"pr,
cent Interest is approximately 6,750,
000. nesbk. and a a. portion ; ot the
gross returns beloUgs to planters who
Jused their -own capital the borrowlhfi
planter's condition may be imagined.
A iureharge of, forty per cent was addr
ed jto' the longest list of delinquent
taxpayers that the province has had
ior the Dast ten years. A fair propor
tion of these are sugar growers an
the : delinouency indicates Abw '.hsrd
up they have.been for the past twelve
niontna. .- - r
The rice crop has been : (Iam.ageJ
even more than the sugar crop and as
a rnle the racenderos who expected
to have their own rice to feed their
l?bor are In yet wone" circumstances.
The poor quality Of the supar i rff
principally; to the heavy deposit of
silt and gravel which the September
floods left on the fields and in a iesa
(measure to the locust pest, while the.
rice crop rectivea ti gicaico uik.tJv,
from the locust .
Notwithstanding the lamentable
conditions which the planters, must
fs.ee It cannot be said that as a rule
they are disheartened. They realise
that these calamities could not have
been avoided and are going ahead and
uuking plans to turn out a better
grade of sugar in the future. It
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' tor
two years, and the fact that last sea
son when the general price of sugar
was so low the product of tliese mills
Li ought' a fancy price and remained
steady throughout the season ha
created a general desire for improved
n:llling equipment. In fact there Is
a general desire for big centrals if
these can be had without the objec
tions! thirty year contracts. , 1
A revisal of the schedule of the
physical department of. the.. -Young
Men's Christian Association . haa. pro
vided clasaea for the members of the
business men's department who wish
to take part in those activities during
the afternoon.. .
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 the
gymnasium classes on Wednesday,
Monday and Friday afternoons from
five until six o'clock. These Classes
have "hitherto been opened'' to the
members of the business men's club,
but-the committee has 'now decided
to open them to air full - members of
the business men's departmenf 'Tbe
wdrkfin tdese classes is primarily for
the ? business men who ' wish to get
their physical work in- the afternoon
in' order that thcy. may spend' their
evenings at hoarar aai hot have to re
turn1 to town as they dld.when' the"
classes 1 were held In the - evening.
While thialass waa organlxe for
the business -men, yet" any members
of the department 'Who cannot attend
the evening classes will be' invited
to lola. . .. . . '
Another Imatter which, waa brought
up; at. the. last meeting... of ., the
physical committee, .was thev.advIsaJ
blllty of that 'department. Entering
noat in the Floral Parade. . Although
no definite arrangements, were tnade4
at the time It' Is likely that designs
will be kubmitted- hla, ; wee and ' In
case we' committee deddea to make
the-entry, the wbrk will commence at'
Tni- OXLT WOMAN JITPXOnST IX THE "WORLD AXD
THE WORLD'S GBEATESX IIVPXOTIST
' Direction: MR. ROBSOX BAILN ETT
With two messages to the; approach-
ins legislature 4 already completed a
third in preparation, and the eompila
Uon of, a,- report of thai government'
necessary expense xnooey- forthanm
biennial, based on the estimates of the"
various deparCmental hefdstloVemor
Frear. Is working at f top speed Uhese
.ays.i..,. j ' . : ;sr ' "is "
t janougn , ne. hemained- home, Sun
day., he spent most ; of ; the, daylight
hour and , several , hours tjbfi electric
turning, put manuscripts, and saya; he
expecta-sto fce tied ;dowri iiloselx Tto
this sort of ,worVuhttlrthe' law. mating
P titSHl N tf REH EAli SA LS
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CIOAR NOW Is
M. A. G'JNST & Co., Agts:
New ideas in beautiful valentines
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO.
Alias- Jimmy valentlneJ the?pbw-
erf ul reform .drama, will be; the Bi-
ou'a offering for wednesday .hlehL
when Virginia Brissac and the World's
rair mock u. wiii -present ior. iBe
first time here Paul Armstrong's, dra-
a -of prison life;; f The company is
pushing refiearsals of the play as
speedily -as possible. - So ereat 4a this
production that the management. haye
decided .to close the theater -..tonight
apd tomorrow hlgUt toVproperly .pre
pare for the, play. , , Tte!l stage will
practically have,. to. be,, buat'oVer'Ja
order ta. produce: the proper, erfect to
the,:play;.ahd tllreptor Wray, ls le?V
Ihg" nothlnit unturned -to'lmake v this
offering vthe "most !.pr teafioua .'eyer
seen; pere.;,; For .thiaf ifengageent only
the prices 'of admission', have; 1 been
placed at;$l-60t T!C.,Ti0ct and 25c.
- ? Secretary. Wisoar has proclaimed a
rele forbidding he injporatioa-.rpmH
Mexico, to prevent the introduction or
,the ifejican, fruit i fly! of orariie?,
saeet lmeflti mahgoes achras sapotes,
Ieaches, guav and plums. r '
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Closing quotations for Hawaiian
stocks in San Francisco yesterday
were as follows:' .Hawaiian, ommer.
ki&h 34.75 bid; Hawaiian Sugar, 35.75
bid; Honokaa, 7.75 bid; Hutchinson,
10.75 bid; Kilauea, 12 bid; Onomea,
Sf.25 bid; . Paauhau, 167 32 bid;
Union 27.50 bid; Honolulu Plantation,
1 asked, sold Honolulu Oil, 1.25 ask-:
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George Ross, who at different times
was manager of several plantations n
Hawaii; returned last-week from tae
Philippines where he had been .mak
ing, invstigations.. for Brltlh capital
isU, He met George Falrchildi an I
fbond him well satisflod wUb bis p"ros
pects . Mr. Roia was, favorably ini
ptcssed wtth the opportunities for In
vestment in the Philippines. j
Likelihood of resumption , of the
war in the Balkans and threafs of
trouble in the steel industry together
with uncertainty whether the supreme
court would that day render its deci
sion in the Minnesota rate case, gave
the bears advantage on the New York
stock exchange yesterday. Declines
were confined to but a few lssuva.
htwever, and there were some recov
eries. The market closed heavy.
TTith Icc3 fear of bcrnu:;: uun in ; dny other MnJ;.
; .. biHuialiiminum u a' better distributor kcf :t
tind retaiin it! lcnjbfv Tbh niean3 a ' nvir 7 - :.i
- iusi. ; ahu k mesn3 a caving in wcor-inu-r
t : "to dim. ivTHoy cannot forni poisonoirj coinccuJ -
: iTitb fruit acidsor foods. .'n---s" "'-'':
:yE7crutensnq bird i
-.or solder You can;jet;fcod binTi.dry.TTithcut ;
ijnem. uannopnist cannot cnip t-cr
Rephce utensili that iviear but n v :
! Phone Household r? ? ;
I read It In the Star.Bnlletla. It
must be go.
25c per gallon
Von Hariini - Young
Honolulu, T. H.
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From the Northwest.
SALMON, SOLE, FLOUNDERS, HAUBUT, SMELT
Fine con Jition; decided fresh flavor
Metropolitan Meat Market
HELBRON A LOUIS, Props. TELEPHONE lH
.. .. NEW, ARRIVALS
WOOLEN SHIRTS, PAJAMAS AND SWEATER COATS.
CANTON DRY GODDS CO., ,
HOTEL ST. OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE5
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