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HONOLULU BTABBUttETIN, WEDNESDAY; FEB. 5, 1913L
Castle & Cooke,
; Sugar Factor!
and Insurance Agents
HswsUsn Commercial 4 8o&r
" Co ' z;"-1--vv -' .
' H&Ikrx Sur&r Compaaj
, r&U FlSXtatlOB
Maul Agricultural Compsjj
tUv&U&n Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation- ComjMuur
' vUeBry&a Sugar Company
'Kahulul , Railroad Compaiy
1 Kauai Railway Compaiy
.' Hoaolua Ranca' - ; -
Haiku Fruit and Packms'Co.' :.
, Kauai Fruit And iand Company
CJBreWer & Co.
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
FIRE A. MARINE INSURANCE
, - Agents lor .
; Hawaiian4 Airjcultural C v -:
Onomea Sugar Company
J Pepeekeo Sugar- Company
Honomu Sugar Company
Watlukd Sugar Company
Olowalu Cbmpaxy '; ,
Kllauea Sugar Plantatloa Co.
Kilo Sugar Company
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co.
Hakalau Plantation Company
Hutcnlnson Sugar DLaufn Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Company ' -Honolulu
1 plantation Company .
Oceanic Steamsulp Company
"Baldwin Locomotive Works
General Agent for HawaU:
Atlas Assurance Company r of
London, New York Under
writers' Agency; 'Providence
Washington Insurance : Co.
4th Floor, SttngcnwsM fSldg.
L IToselslQ were agalk sites!
by a resflflgrsUdn, ceald yoi
collect year lnssraneel
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
represent tke the largest and
strongest fir insurance eons.
is la tn world.
T,i heral Settlements
Wedge To A
Tltonnds hair found lhat (he
f.:r1;n;r of m vailns .icrour.t Iium
I'ri'U the sbTttonurd squiring
:i jrd iuromr.
An account r::n ic ononrd fr
one ''il!tr riH ? M.t-in;iti-saihitr
r Himr arf jour
earning otrtlicr nith tlir Id
tervst w nay stunt liriucs thf
linlanrr to si ron!l,cnM Mini
rradj to four lis: ml for intet
uicnt in iHins.
0:irn ;:n nctcunt todsj.
Bank ot Hawaii, Ltd.
C':i ft 1 1 r. I -S r 1 1 $1MMM).
Aeiaolished In 1151
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued -on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock Sank, Ltd.,
Correspondents for the Amer
ican Express Company and
Thos. Cook & Son.
Intsrest allowed on Term and
Savings fiank' Deposits.
We have sold our 20 per cent
investment advertised last
week and nbw'cffer a
two. bedrooms, separate serv
ants' quarters; lot 75x133 feet,
924 Bethel Street
Issue K. N. ft 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 Ste.
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 Derosit Boxes for
rent at $2 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
IERQSTROM MUSIC CO.
Odd Fellows' Block Fort 8L
Honolulu StocK Excnange
Wt i:ic J.Jay, February
N AM2 or STOCK
C Brewer A Cc
Kwa piautatlon Co
Hawailaa Agnc Co
Haw Ci'iu. ic bug. Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
JJonomn Sugat Co
Uoookaa Soar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugai Pt&ni
Ktahuku INaratioo Co. . .
34 . j5
.. .. .. 20
I Kelt Sugar Ck
McBryfie SugaL' Co.
Oahu SUgnr Co
Ononiea jpuijar Co ..
Oiaa Sngur C7 Ltd.
Paaubau Hzur Plant Co
Pacific gar i'.ill
Pala P)flnttl Co
Pef eknj S'lxxr Co
Wfcifttua AgrU Co.
Wailitkn Si.t Co ;
Viin-isalo bur-r Co. ...
vaiirwi Haw ir.jil Co. .
HwicHa 'liectncCo. ...
Hen. R. T. & L. Co Pref.
Men R. T. & L Co.; Ccnx.
Jfi ut Ml 'f fckpboce Co. . . .
Hlio R, fl. Co.. Pfd.
Hllo R. Co Com. ....
Un. B: oc M. Cc.
Hsw. Irrgtn.Co.. 6s
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tenjong Olok RO, pi up.
Pa hah j Rub. Co.
Ron. B. & M. Co. Ass...
Haw, lcr. 4fc (Hre CL) . .
Haw. Ter. 4 ...........
Haw. Ter. iZ Pub. Imps
Haw. Ter. 4
haw. Ter. 3 X
CaL Beet Sng. ft Ret Co
Hon. X3as. Co Ltd., u.
Haw. Com. & Bug. Co. 5
Hllo R. R. Co., Issue 1901.
Hlio R. R. Co.. Con, 6 X . .
llonokaa Sujtar Co.. 6 . .
.Hoo.R-T. AlCae ...
Kaual Ry. Co. -4s
McBryde Sugar Ca 6s . . .
Mutual TeL s...
Oahu Sugar Co. 5 ;
OIaa8ugarOa 6X .......
Pionaer Mm Co. 62 . . . , . .
WaialuaAgiic CoTe ...
Natomas Con. 6s
Hawn. Irrltttlon Co. 6
pHamaktta Ditch 6
Session Sales 35 Hon. B. & M. Co.
24, SI, Hon. B. & M. 24, 160 Olaa
44, 25 Onomea 33, 25 Onomea 33,
25 Pioneer 26, 5 Oahu Sug. Co. 23,
5 Oahu Sug. Co. 23, 17 Waialua 93,
&0 Haw. C. & S. Co. 25, 20 Haw. C. &
S. Co. 33, 20 Haw. C. & S. Co. 35,
15 Olaa 4, 10 Oahu Sug. Co. 23, 10
Oahu Sug. Co. 23, 5 O. R. & L Co,
140,- 5 Oahu Sug. o. t3, 25 Onomea
Feb. 5 Haw. C. & S. Co. .25, Ono
mea .30, Honomu 1.00.
88 analysis Beets 9s. 6d.; parity
4.00; 90 centrifugals 3.48.
-Latest sagar quotations, 3.18 cents,
or $9.60. per ton.
Beets 9s 6 l-2d
tiESfiY 17ATERB0DSE TRDST CO
flfeabers IleBolnlB Svock and J Bead
tOUT AJfD MERCHANT 8TE1IT8
Telephone 1208. f
J. F. Morgan Co.f Ltd.
Information Furnlshod and Loans)
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDQ.
khona 1572 j
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AlfD BOKD BEOKEES
Xsmbers Honolola Stock and Bead
Stangenwald Bldg 182 Merchant 8t
E. G. Duisenberg
76 Merchant St.
Fine building lots on and nrar car
line in the just-opened King-Young-Be-rctania
tract; $550 to $1000. Time
Fine new home with large improved
grounds on car line in the above tract.
3 new homes at Palama. near town,
$.1,000, $2,350 and $2.O0o respectively.
1J7 Merchant Street
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
CIGAR NOW la
g4D GENERAL 1
James L. Holt 13 building a $4800
resklcuce on IWcklty lane.
New Spring tritauied bats, just ar
rived, lifckerson, the Leading Milli
ner. advert isemcnL
! 10.0DU loads o. good 6oil for sale.
Get). M. Yamada, McCandless block,
'phone 2157. advertisement.
Wanted -Two Ojoro paMvngers foi
around the - island at 16.00. Lewis
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. ad-
i . There will be a regular meeting of
the Kalifli Improvement Club. at its
uual meeting place this evening at
There will be' a meeting of the trus-
, tees of the Library of Hawaii on
j Thursday afternoon at four o'clock at
.1 1 v i I ,1 :
The Consolidated Soda Works Co.
are originators of dill kinds of soft
! drinks. Their sodas and ciders are
the hest in the city. advertisement.
There is a brisk demand for Pack
ard Shoes at Mclnerny's, Fort above
King, because a Packard shoe is con
sidered the best wearing shoe ma4e
Floral Parade " pennants and ' hat
lands. Hawaii and South Seas Curio
Co., Ycung building. Largest Pacific-
Souvenir dealers in the world. adver
Collectors of Green Stamps are en
titled to a chance free on a whole
room full of furniture. Come in' and
eee. Everything 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
ment Forms of application have been sent
to Hilo which will be signed byi the
Kaiwiki Third settlers who wish to
avail themselves, of the government's
offer to have another try at getting
patents to their homesteads. .
The county attorney of Hawaii has
decided to advise the board of super
visors to contest in the courts the
claim of the Halawa plantation for
$25,000 damages for cane burned by a
fire started by road laborers.
Parties leaving ..the city may have
their household furniture and effects
sold by, public auction at their resi
dences. Sales : inducted promptly
and settlements made immediately. G.
V. Jaklns, auctioneer, Sachs block, 76
Beretania 8L advertisement
Examination, of .lawyers desiring a
license to - practice . In the territory
hereafter will be held, twice r a, year, In
April and November., This-; was de
cided at. a-mecting of the board of ex
aminers, of .the Bar .Association yester
day wititjChiefJastice Robertson, of
JJhfii ; supreme? court., .A ., number of
modifications are to be.niade, to con
form wiUt the recommendations re
cently, made by. the Amerlcan. Bar. As
sociation at its .convention, in Mil
waukee. ;!:-. ,..
.Damsges Jn the sum of $650 were
granted Samuel Navelo by, a jury In
Judge: Cooper's : court yesterday - for
injuries t,received . when he was. run
over by a haotor car belonging to, jthe
von Hamm-Young Company. Though
no bones were broken,' the plaintiff,
an aged," man, showed that he had
been unable to earn a livelihood for
many weeks as a result' of the acci
dent E: C. Peters, counsel for the
defendant, filed notice of a motion
for a new trial.
Mrs. Christina Brown, of Hilo, last
week swore to;a -complaint against C.
C. Kennedy, he Big Island mag
nate, charging him with ' heedless
driving. It is alleged that the-auto,
driven by, Mr. Kennedy, knocked down
the complainant, last Friday in or
hear one of the big gates on the jail
road wharf. The accident occurred
just before the leaving of the Mauna
Kea. Mrs. Brown's arm and leg were
injured. The case was to have- been
heard last Saturday, but has been con
tinued. Registration at the Library of Ha
waii was open today from ten o'clock
to one and will again be open from
four to Fix this afternoon. Beginning
Thursday morning the library will be
open from nine in the morning to
nine o'clock at night for circulation
of books. Those who have registered
prior to Thursday morning will be
given cards and be permitted to draw
books. Those who have not registered
at that time, will have an opportunity
to do so, and cards will be issued as
soon as possible afterward.
THE I'SK OF TELEPHONES FOR
FIEE ALARM SERVICE.
In the past ten years, the telephone
has created new conditions, and these
call for new provisions and regula
tions. It must be conceded that if the tele
phone is to be used for transmitting
fire call?, some accurate method must
br? employed. In trying to telephone
an alarm, numerous instances can be
cited (the Karattl fire on November
26th last is a good example) where it
was impossible to learn the location of
the fire on account of the excited con
dition of the person trying to report
The use of a telephone circuit
makes possible the individual fire
alarm box in every home, store or fac
tory, which in the event of a fire will
be the means of saving much prop
Ttyv ,by. securing prompt assistance,
and the Dcnio System, as applied to
the telephone circuits fully meets all
the provisions and regulations these
new conditions have created. adver
tisement. BAND CONCERT
This evening at seven-thirty, at
Aala Park, the Hawaiian Band will
present the following program:
March Mountain and Valley
Overture- Ten Girls and No Hus
Intermezzo Kitchy-Koo .... Gilbeht
Selection La Traviata Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian bongs. Ar. by Berger
Selection Soldiers Parade.... Hume
W.'iltr- Konu'mbrnnco Waldteufel
March -Tln U ?t llfgiment ......
The Star Spangled Banner.
The executive committee of h?
i.'al Men and Religion Forward Move;
n'ent met Monday evening to hear the
final report, arranged for the dlstribu.
t.ion of the various duties involved in
carrying out the re?cmmendation
Utt by Fred B. Smith and Raymond
Robins, and also, to consider the report
o he treasurer of the local campaign.
Following the discission of the bust
nees of 4he evening . the, committee.
vas dissolved as an organization.
Some of the plan suggested by the
team during i s stay in jthia city were
1'iftd upon the local churches at the
meeting last evening, while, uothers
were referred to th Inter-Charch
'ticn and he Young Men
tian Associatlon. The treasurer's re-
lcrt which, was red by Jaha Guild.
and supplemented by John Water
house, chairman of the finance com
rafltee of the local campaign, showed;
that while all the bills were not yet
!nr the total expenses of the Honolalt
Campaign will be about $1800; Includ
ing the city's share or the traveling
opensee of the team, -and Its cfiiter-
tainment while in Honolulu. Tho sal
u!es of the 'members of the team, as
well as the members of the owartqt,
A V A MftM Km tllA An M HtA III 4
Ot this sum $1500 has been received
to date, coming from the portions ' aa
b&ned to each of the English-speaking
churches, and from other collections
Tb ere remains ' $300 to be received.
end it is thought that this amount
wil! be gotten within : a short time.
The local Men and Religion movement
Las officially been disbanded, as It ps
rot the desire of the, movement to
cieate any new organisations but Tath-
er to organize, the old ones. .Ihe
ckurches. the Inter-Church Federation
and the various other social and re
ligious organizations of the cfty have
been greatly stirred by the campaign
red will take up the recommendations
rcado by . the (team and carry them.
tbroughftxt' completion.? i f?
The Honolulu Tamale Company, di
rected by William Meyer and Fred
K'.ley. will supply tamales, oyster
cocktails and clam, juice. . .
Officers of the Consolidated Soda
Works Co., Ltd., for this year are jtb,e
following: P. A. Parmelee. pretldent:
If. A. Parmelee, vice president ;.Wa4d
Warren Thayer,, secretary and : trsaaj
urer; .W. 'C. Parke, auditor. ' .
A Heavy, selling owing, to. the renewal
t or the Balkan war and. to various con
diiions at home caused some stocks tq
hxe in price on the New York stock
exchange yesterday. Bonds were irregf
ular. The market closed heavily.
Closing bid prices for .Hawaiian
stocks. in San Francisco yesterday
were as follows: Hawaiitn Commer
cial. 34.37 1-2; Hawaiian Sugar, 35.75 i
Honokaa, 7.73; .. Hutchlnuon. 16.73;
Kllauea. 12; Onomea, 322 1-Z; Paau
hau, 36.37 1-2; Unjon, 270.
Officers of Hustace, Peck Co. Ltd.;
lor the current year are the following:
C. IL Atherton president; FlHustacei
vce president; A. F. Clark treasurer;
W. H. Smith, secretary ; N. E. Ged ge.
at-ditor. These wtth the exception of
tLe. auditor and the .addition of Cecil
Brown are -the 'directors. . . ,
A scheme is on foot by the Philip
p'negovernment to Import a large
nvmber of Australian ca'tle' and
I.oiics for 'breeding ani ranging iathtf
Bukidnon territory, Mindanao, saJd tr
be an ideal grazing country. Aiq ex
pedition of officials lately accompanied
S.t Francis Connor, ex-member of ths
Australian parliament on a tour of the
territory. A I'op was to be made at
Iioilo to inspect the sugar nnd irg
cultural experiment t tat ion at La Car
Vota, Occidental Negros.
When the scarcity of rice in the
Philippines a few months ago threat
ened the people, with bscr, the gov
ernment flayed the role of Joseph m
Egypt by collecting and distriiv
a supply of he cereal. -Some of it
wag given away. The operations cost
about 300,000 pesos. Lately, with a
bumper new crop coming In, the gov
ernment disposed of the residue of its
i tores of rice .to two Chinese mer
chants for approximately 00,wi)
pesos. In the meanMme something
like one million peos was saved to
ihe poor people through the action of
the government in preventing exces
sive or monopoly prices. Had the
sales of the old crop stores been de
layed much longer, the loss to the gov
ernment would hare been heavy.
FILIPINOS ARRESTED ON
CHARGES BY .GIRLS
HIL07 Feb. 3. Four Filipinos have
been placed under arrest by Deputy
Sheriff Martin on complaint by Mrs.
Renfrew, principal of the Pepeekeo
dchool. who reported that several of
her Portuguese girl pupfls were being
continually frightened by the little
brown men. The men were arrested
with the assistance cf the girls, who
knew them by name and picked them
The girls said the men persistently
accosted them when they were on the
road to school, urging them to go into
the canefields with the men. In some
instances they even tried to force the
girls to go with them, but released the
children when they screamed. The
Filipinos say they were only playing,
but two of them have been held and
will be tried before Judge Wise today
on a charge of assault and battery.
lis V7ie Tbt " 1 ' '
Yon can cook thejnpjt..grSed tc db, ')
Trfth Icc3 fear of bzirxiiiitEaFin anyothr :
because al aminum is abetter distribatcr cf htat p
ncd Tctain3 it loader. ;Thi3Nccac3 a cairj a ll
fcsLr -tod j it " mcac3 ) a caving iai T7ciaaadtc II t
tp dean. Thoy cannot form jjotonca? corp I51 I
Wth fruit acids or foods. v . i'::;; v,-,r! v
ftfczxJExctf; utils are madb'lrcm
chest aluminum. 99 pure, :T7ithbut joint, - c S r
cr colder. You let; food burn cry rltir-M V.
injuring "them. fCannbt .rust-rcannet. cLT- -cr S
ccale are practically indestructible.
Keplace - ctcnau3 thct wear cut
SALMON, SOLE, FLOUNDERS, HALIBUT, SMELT
"-" Fine condition;' decided fresh' flavor
H El LBRON
.. J .. la f : t -JO
u Ihe Jxf
THE LAMP that burnsright because it is
made right The shape of the wick, the
size of the chinney, the size of the inlets
for air all these, and countless .'other details
have been determiend with' utmost care. . An
Lamp has been the aim sought, and secured.
A lamp that gives a steady, white light clear,
The RAYO can be lighted without removing
chimney or shade. Easy to dean and rewick.
Made of solid brass, nickel-plated
At Dealin Eocrywhtrm.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Hoaolahi. Saa Ffiictei
STAR-BULLETIN $.75 PER1M '
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