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HONOU'M' STAli IULLKTIX. FIJI HAY, FEH. 14,1013.
Castle & Cooke,
v' ' -V
' Sugar Factors
and insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial ft Bncar
Haiku Sugar Compaay
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Company
McBryde Sugar. Company -Kanulul
Kauai Railway, Company .
HaUra Fruit and Parting Co.
Kanal Fruit and Land Company
' . v -
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
FIRE A MARINE INSURANCE
Agents for, . r
? Hawaiian Agricultural Ca
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo Sugar Company
Honomu Sugar Company
Walldlkti ' Sugar .Company
Kllanea Sugar PlanUtloi Oa.
Kilo Sugar Company V
Paauhau . Sugar Plantation Ca
ttakatau Plantation Company
Hutchinson Sugar Plaut'n Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin Locomotive Works
B. h Dillingham Co:
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of
Lcndon, New York Under
writer' Agency; Providence
Washington Insurance Co.
4th Floor, 8tangenwaM Bldg.
I, Honelsla .er swept
y a eaaflagraUoa, reals' job
eoileet year Ins am nee I
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
present tae the largest ai
tresgMt fire Insurance ecmpa
ts la the werli.
Wedge To A
Tl;ui:!nd hair fnuii-i f t.a t (iir
lirtfnir of n wnlnj: account ha
ifti (he skirt toward ;:ouiriii
ti p! income
An aorount can lie opened for
one dollar and Uy ) stern. i tie
saiinc ttt some part of jojir
rarnincs toirether with tlie fo
leret we pay soon hriiii; tlie
balance to a considerable miiii
ready (o jour lir.iid for imest
nient in harness.
Open an acccunl today.
Bank ot Hawaii, Ltd.
Established In 1S5I
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Traveler
Letters of Credit issued on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock Bank Ltd.,
Correspondents for the Amer
ican Express Company and
Thos. Cook A Son.
Interest allowed on Term and
Savings Bank Deposits.
should be carefully drawn by
men who are familiar with the
Our legal department will pre
pare your Will free of charge.
If you have not already made a
Will, or if the one you have
made is not entirely satisfac
tory, why not take advantage of
issue K. N. & K. Letters ot
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... 4 8.000.000
Capilal Paid Up S0.ooo.oo0
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 $2 per year and up
wards. Trunks and cases to be kept
In custody at moderate rates.
,YU AKAI, Manager
"The Everyday Article"
ir. h'urniture at
Honolulu Stock Exchange j LorAL AND GENERAL
NAME OF STOCK
ERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Odd Fellows' Block Fort SL
n o i
I di )wr a vaj
Ea Plantation Co
Hawallin Agric Co
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co.
flawallau Saar Co
tit.noDiu Sukat Co
iionokaa Sugnr Co.
Ualkn Sujrar Co
Hutchinson Sugar PIjuu.
Kahukn p!ar.atlou Co. .
KAkahu s'lwa! (Vi
1 k'ulnn Cii'i r fV.
t. uiiii.ni V"-. ........
WoRrydo Hua' Co
Oaho Sugar Co
Ooomea .uar Co
Oiaa Sugar Co i.td
Panobao Suffer Plant C
Pacific Sunar Mill
Pals Plantatl-.w Co. .... .
rpek, Snwr (k. .
Pioneer Mill Co
WaUrtku Sur Co
tValmanaM Suirr Co . . .
Vai:nea Sags- aftjll Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. C.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. L. Co.. Pref.
lion. R.T.&L Co . Com.
Mutnal Telephont Co ...
Oahu R & L. Co
Hllo R. R. Co.. Pfd.
Hilo R. R. Co., Com. ....
Hon. B & M. Co
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. Cs
Hawaiian Pineapple Co, .
Taajong Olok R.C.. pd. ap.
Pahang Rub. Co.
Hon. B. & M. Co. Asa...
Haw. Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw. Ter 4
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps
flaw. Ter. 4Vi ..........
Haw. Ter. 4ft
Cal. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co 6
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., 5s.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo R. It Co.. Issue 1901.
HIloR-R. Co.. Con. 6 ...
Honnkaa Sugar Co.. 6 . .
Hon. R. T. A Co. $ ...
Kauai Ry. Co. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
OafcuR. &L.CO. 5
Oahn Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pac Sug. Mill Co. 8s..,..
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Waialaa Agrlc Co. 5 . . .
Natomas Con. s
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hainakua Ditch 6 .
IJetwreu Hoards 100 Haw. C. & 3.
Co. 34, 100 Haw. C. & S. Co. 34, 50
Haw. C. & S. Co. 34. 10 Pineapple 46,
50 Pineapple 46, 80 Pahang 19.
Session Sales 100 Pioneer 25, 10
Pioneer 25 10 Pioneer 25, 50 Pine
apple 46, 50 Pineapple 46, 50 Pine
apple 46, 25 Pineapple 46, 25 Pine
apple 46. 25 Pineapple 46, 25 Oahu
Sug. Co. 20'i.
88 ananlyis beets 9s. 7d.; parity
4.01; 1)6 3 centrifugals 3.48.
Latest snpar quotations, 3.48 cents,
or $69.60 per ton.
niioott m co
tfemhers Henolaia hioek and Bead
FOXT AJVD MERCHANT 8TSIXTS
Tele pnone 1208.
J. F. Morgan Co., Ltd,
information Furnished and Loans
MERCHANT STREET 8TAR BLDQ.
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AXD BOND BBOKER8
Members Uonolola Stock aad Baad
WUinpfHwald IHdg 192 Mereaaal 8U
E. G. Duisenberg
76 Merchant St.
Heal Estate, Loans, Inrestments,
"S Merchant St.
Regular meotiLg of Honolulu Lodge
i No. 616, B. P. O. tlks. this evening at
7:30 o rlnck.
' The band will play this afternoon
t three-thirty at t,be capitol for the
Boy Scouts' parade. '
.Nw Spring trimmed I.ats, just ar-.
rived. Dickcrsun. the Leading Milli-
Ktpular meeting ot Honolulu Lodse, ,
So. Girt. li. '. (.). K. Klks. at half past
,-p tn o'clock t.'ii-s evenins;. j
i lo.'ioo load.) c." sooc soil for sale.'
Geo. M. Yamnda. MeCandless block,'
,'l'hcne 2157. advertisement.
! Sprint; suits in the latest models,
j colorings and materials is a feature
vi'h the Clarion at the present mo
Wanted Two mortj passengers fori
around the - Island at $6.00. Lewis
i Stables and Garage. Tel. 214 L ad-
j Honolulu IxjdRe. No. SttO, I.. (). O.
:M.. will meet in fraternity hal!. Odd!
.l-'iiiows Luilding, at half-past seven
Dainty slippers for evening wear in
almost any color to harmonize with
your sown. Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1 051 Fort street.
Try a case of assorted sodas from
the Consolidated Soda Works and you
will order again. Their's is the best in
the city. advertisement.
The second of the series of sermons
during Lent to be given at the St.
Andrew's Cathedral will be this even
ing by the Itev. R. E. Smith.
Collectors of Green Stamps are en-vl
titled to a chance free on a whole
room full of furniture. Come In and
see. Everything free for Green
A second cablegram from W. D.
Adams to J. C. Cohen regarding the
coming of the lambardi (ipera Com-
pany-i anncftnees the openiig date for
Genuine Krvp btlocmr lepses (ur
I tss tsss
is a health barometer be
came we live by it and on
it; with, poor blood we are
languid, tired, susceptible to
colds lack natural energy
and ambition, but this con
dition can be promptly cor
rected with Scott's Emulsion ji
abounding in blood-making , (
properties, rich in tissap-build- j :
ing material and so medfcinally j : i ,
effective that it compels (
vicrrvr xntfllitv and ries hlrxx- ! (
'ty o m
quality. jJ I
Scott's Emnliion girts payiical n ,
and mental force for duld or adnlL
Scott & Bowae. Blootnfield, N. J. 13-115
i iorr ua
signs of 1914
See me be-
e. Geo v.
ises, A. N. Sa
building, Fort s
& Co. Teleph
I have a tho
calendars to sel
agent, 76 Beretania
Rapid Transit car No. 18 and a load
ed truck belonging to the Hawaiian
Soda Works had a slight dispute as to
the right of way on Emma street, near
Vineyard, last evening about 7 o'clock.
The front window of the electric was
smashed but no one was injured.
Let Mrs. Taylor, the florist, Hotel
street, opposite the Young Cafe, send
your valentine for you. Baskets,
boxes, or bouquets of roses, orchids
and violets.. Ribbons to match any
flower. Telephone 2339. advertise
ment. Samuel D. Hauseman, the Seattle
real estate man indicted fpr smuggling
opium, was released from jail this
morning und,r 11000 bail, given by
Chariea.H.rown and Robert Hare.
Ah Sing ao2l aimi, the Hilo police
man, .who afso have been Indicted for
opium smuggling, have been arraigned
and given until Saturday morning to
plead, meantime being released under
$1000 bond, each.
The trial, of Han Young Sik, a
Korean accused of killing a country
man, Son . Soon Y'lll on the night of
September js), is in progress before a
jury In Circuit Judge Robinson's court
today. Th3 defendant was indicted
for manslaughter. He" is accused of
assaulting his victim in the course of
a' drunken brawl near the pineapple
cannery at Iwllei, inflicting wounds
from which Son Soon Yill later died.
KAAI TO TREAT NEWSBOYS.
Ernest Kaai has invited all o" '
newsboys of the city to be his guests
tomorrow afternoon at his matinee at
tin opera house, arranged expressly
lor lade3 and children.
TO DEFENSE OF
ThotO'EngraTtag of highest grade
ran !r secured from the Star-Bulletin
Kckaha Sugar Company, Limited.
Hy order of t lie Hoard of Directors,
the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Kekaha Sugar Company.
Limited, will be held at the office of
H. Hackfeld L Company. Limited. Ho
nolulu. T. H.. on Tuesday. February
2rth. i:ti:i, at 1 a. m.. for the pur
nose of electing a Board of Directors
f.nd transacting such other business
as may come before the moe'ing.
The Stock Transfer Books of the
Company will he closed from Febru
ary 18th to February 24th. both dates
."4 T' Feb. 14. 19. 24.
Fine b-.ilding lots on and near car
line in the just-opened King-Young-Be-retauia
tract; J5."0 to $1000. Time
FOR RENT New furnished 2-bed-om
cottage with piano and all im
Beautiful iu'.v 3-bedroom house;
&a, electric- iieht, inoquito-proof, $3"..
.Viedroom house, .3.".
" iioi! mini house. $1S.
J. H. Schnack,
137 Merchant Street
I read It In tho SUir-Balletln. It
must be so.
IX THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THK
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers In Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate of Charles A. Bon. de-
i ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Probate of Will.
A Document purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of Charles
A'. Bon. decedsed. having on the 14th
day of February. A. D. r.U3. been pre
sented to said Probate Court, and a
Petition for Probate thereof, praying
lor the issuance of Letters Testament
ary to Rebecca .1. Bon having been
filed by Rebecca .1. Ron.
i It is Ordered, that Wednesday, the
j 19th day of March. A. D. 1913. at 9
o'clock a. m.. of said day, at the Court
1 Room of said Court in the City and
j County of Honolulu, be and the same
is hereby appointed the time and
place for proving said Will and hear
ing said application.
Bv the Court:
(Seal JOHN MARCALLINO.
Clerk First Circuit Court .
Dated Honolulu, February 14th. 1913.
;4T0 Feb. 14, 21, 2S, Mar. 7.
Capt. Evelyn Briggs Baldwin, organ
izer and leader of the Baldwln-Ziegler
exploring expedition of 1901-02, has
come to the defense of Dr. Frederick
Cook, according to a signed statement
made by Capt. Baldwin and given out
by Dr. Cook's friends who believe
stanchly in the noted explorer's claims
of reaching the North Pole before
Dr. Cook is to appear at and lecture
in the opera house here on February
28 and March 1, the dates having been
set forward a few days because of the
coming of the Lambardi Grand Opera
Company early in March.
Capt. Baldwin well-known in Hono
lulu, in his statement defending Cook
"I can prove the truth of Dr. Cook's
statements in regard to his discovery
of the North Pole, frpm Peary's own
official record of his last dart to the
"So far as I can learn, Dr. Cook has
never made a 'confession' In regard to
his trip to the Pole in the sense that
he denied his first statements. He
has said that In view of the great dif
ficulty in determining the exact loca
tion of the Pole, he may not have been
exactly upon the northernmost point
of the world. Peary, under pressure,
at the congressional investigation, was
forced to admit the same.
"For three hundred years there has
been a rivalry among civilized men to
be the first to reach the North Pole. I
believe that the honor of having suc
ceeded in the attempt should gonot
to Peary but to the man who reached
the Pole a year before Peary claims to
have been there. With the Informa
tion that I myself have gathered, I be
lieve that he did really reach the Pole,
or came so close to that point that he
is entitled to the credit of the Pole's
"A few sensation mongers will, per
haps, decry i;r. Cook for some years
to come, but Arctic explorers endprse
him today. Rear-admiral W. S.
Schley, General A. W. Greely, Captain
Roald Amundsen, discoverer of the
South Pole; Otto Svcrdrup and all the
world's greatest explorers, have en
dorsed Dr. Cook.
"I have seen Dr. Cook's original
field notes his observations and the
important chapters of his book, where
over his claim is presented in such a
way that the scientific world must ac
cept it as the record and the proof of
the greatest geographic accomplish
ment of modern times.
"Putting aside the academic and idle
argument of pin-point accuracy, the
North Pole has been honestly reached
by Dr. Cook 350 days before anyone
else claimed to have been there."
Through Waldeyer & Whitaker. M.
A. .Moore has bought the residence of
Alfred Rasch. Matlock avenue, fur
nished, for $3.-)00.
The Waterhouse Company, Ltd..
won second prize for sales' of the
Burroughs adding machine last year,
the winner of first being a Paris firm.
Charles Barron, through the Guad
ian Trust Co., has bought a lot fn
School street next to the Afong plnce
from IjOo Joe for Sisoo. H? will build
four cottage: there and will call a lane
on one side of the lot Soapbox Lane.
Sidney M. Ballou. representing the
Honolulu chamber, was a member or'
the nominating committee of th1
chamber of commerce of the United
States, at its first annual me3tin
v.hi"h w?s held in Washington on
Bear operators carried the market
in New York yesterday, and thera was
a genenl fall in price;. Short cover
ing in the afternoon steadied the mar
let and it closed s'eady. There was a
1-irger proportion than usu il of mater
ial losses in the inactive stocks.
Quotations for Hawaiian shocks at
the close in San Frmcisco yesterday
T.ere the Jollowins?: Hawaiian Com
mercial. 34 bid; Hawaiian Suzar. ."-". 2-
bid; Honokai. 7.12 1-2 bid. S a:ked;
Ui.tchinson. 16.62 1-2 bid; Kilauea. 12
Lid; Onomea. 32 bid. 32..V ask?d:
Paauhau, 16.62 1-2 hid: Union. 27.."0
bid. 30 asked; Honolulu Plantation.
The noise of the German aerial fleet
sing over Pottsdam has so "got on
the nerves" of the Kalserln tuat an
cider his been issued warning tlie.n
against flying in that vicinity.
This Week Only
HERE IS YOUR CHANC E TO TRY OUT A WEAR-EVER
Wear-Ever Aluminum Saucepan
WE KNOW THAT YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
WITH IT AND WHAT IS MORE YOU CANT WEAR IT OUT.
A full line of rare
i w r
E. 0. S
Phone Household Department
i i rr
J u LI
This hose Is the best on the market In Honolulu and sella at 2$ and
50 foot lengths. -
comes by the reel and we will. cut it In any lengths you wish. This
you will find a great convenience and saving.
177 So. King St.
The most delicious butter ever sold In
Honolulu, rivaling In every respect the
island product. We get it from New
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEIL0RON A LOUIS, Prop , TELEPHONE M4
u?o qiM dn pis
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
ill Aq p3puei
t ajnijujn) jnoA u9iM )nq ijBEde) $ pe siqi
Phone 2205 Beaches
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
ALL KtSVS OP KOCK IS SIX FOE C05CXXTX W02X
riKEWOOD AND COAL
a QUEEN STREET. F. O. BOX til