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nOXOCULU STAR BULLETIN, TIIUKSDAY, FKR. 27, 1913.
Castle & Cooke,
. .''Ltd. : v;':-
and insurance Agents
, Agenta for .
Hawaiian Commercial it Bsc
Ca -:;'.,;; ;;
H&lka Sugar Coznpaxy
Maul Aerlcnltnral Compaiy
Hawaiian Sosar Company -Kaauku
McBryde Sugar Company:
Kanulul Railroad Company - ,
Kacal Railway Company 1
Haiku Fruit andFackinf Co,
Kauai Fruit and Land Company
C. Brewer & Co.
4 ' Limited r ":
Kstabllahad ItSI '
- SUGAR. FACTORS,
SHIPPING and , COMMISSION
FIFE A MARINE INSURANCE
Agtnta for ..-.
Hawaiian Agricultural Ca,
Onomea Sugar Company
Pepeekeo Sugar Company
Honomu Sugar Company '
Wallukn Sugar Company
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co.
Hilo Sugar Company
Faaufcau Sugar Plantation . Co.
llakalau Plantation Company .
Hutculnaon Sugar Plaut'n Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Company
Honolulu Plantation Company
Oceanic Steamship Company
Baldwin LocomotlTa Work
.". THE . .
B: F. Dillingham Co.
Central AQtnt for Hawaii:
Atlas Auranc Company of
London, New York Undtr-
wrlttrmV Agency; Provldenca
Washington Insurant r Co.
4th Floor, 8tansnwald Bldg.
IS Henolnla were nrali titeil
y a conflagraUoB, cvuM
collect ysur luunmeti - v ;
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
reareseat tae the largest ami
atrongest fire lnsurce com
Jei la tae wtrll. . .
ty starting an account in our
savings department XOW."
An accumulation of money. :n
this way means much more
than merely ge:ing together a
certain sum of coin.
Along with the gradual build
ing up of a character : which re
sults in a "better being."
The celf-denial of it makes for
n rt'siwnslbility and strength or
character worth having.
Small deposits made regularly
soon make a large total.
Cstatllahed In 1IS1
Commercial and Traveler
Letters of Credit Issued on the
Bank of California and The
London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd,
Correspondent for the Amer
ican Express Company . and
Thoa. Cook & Son.,
; Interest allowed on Term and
Savlnga Bank Deposit.
-. " i ' . ' .
Issue K. N. & K. Letter, of
Credit and Travelers' Ccks
avaUUe throughout the world.
Cable Transfers at
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE
Head Office : : : Yokohama
Honolulu Office : : : : : :
: : Bethel and Merchant Sts.
Capital Subscribed... 48,000,000
Capital Paid Up. ....30,000,000
Reeerve Fund ...... , .17,850,000
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts
for $1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof raults.
with Safe Deposit Boxes for
rent at $2 per year and up
Trunks and cases to be kept
la custody at moderate rates.
YU AKAI, Manager
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Ordinary Registered Parcel
for $ 50;
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII
96 King Street , Corner Fort
2c for $ 5;
5c for $15;
7'c for $20;
10c -for $30;
Real Estate, Loan's, iDTMtrarata, '
78 Merchant St. Phone 4147
5-room house, close to car, Kalmukl,
furnished, handsome interior finish,
bargain for $3,000.
Waldeyer & Vhitaker.
Cor. Hotel & Union : TeL 43S5
Estimates Furnished on Bulldlnga
Kates Reasonable . '
160 Hotel SL. Oregon Bldg. Tel S66C
GEORGE V. JAKINS
Auctioneer and Commission
Sachs Block 76 Beretanla SL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaololanl Building' Honolulu, T. H.
P. O. Box we.
Honolulu Steel Exchange
Thursday. Feb ru ary 7.
C. Brewer & Co. . ... ... V.
iCwa Plantation Co. ......
Hawaiian Agrlc Co. . . . . .
T law. Com- & Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiiau Sagax Cu .....
tlonomu Sugar Co . ... . ; . ,
liouckaa Sugar Co. . .... -
I lalka Sugar Co. . . . ......
Hutchinson Sugar Plasu ,
tCanuku Llaration Co. . .
Kelraha Xnx;zi Co, .......
Koloa Sugar Co. .... ... . .
McBryde Sttgar CoC". . ...
Oahu Sugar Cq. ... .... . .
Onomea Sugar Co. ......
Oiaa Sugar Co Ltd. .... .
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Hill . .
Pala Plantation Co. .....
f-cpfeeko Suenr Co, .... .
Pioneer MU1 Co. .........
Wiuilua Agrlc Co
Walluku 3ufcir Co. . . ....
Walmanalo Su? Co. . .
WaimeaSagot AM Co. . .
fntr-l6land Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon.R'T.a lCo.. Pref
Hftn. R. T. & L Co . Com.
Mutital Telephone Ca . . .
OahuR &L. Co. ........
BIlO R. R. Co.. Pfd.......
Hilo R. R. Co. Com. ....
Hon. B. ft M. Co. . .. . . . . .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co 6r .....
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tan Jong Olok R.C., pd. up.
Pahang Rub. Co. .......
Hon, B. & M. Co. Asa...
Haw.Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) . .
Haw Ter. 4 Pub. Impa
Haw. Tor. 4H .....
haw. Ter. 3fe& ... ... . . .
Cal. Bet Bug. & Ret. Co t
Hon. Gas. Co., Ltd., a.
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 6
Hilo K. K.Co, issue 1801.
Hlw R. R. Co.. Con. 6X...
Uonokaa Sugar Co., 6
Hon. R. T. & L. Co, 6 .
Kauai Ry. Co. ii. .......
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s ..... .
McBryde Sugar Co. 6a . . .
atutuaj TeL 6a
Oanu R.4L.Ca 5 .....
Oahu Sugar Co. 5 ..... .
Oiaa d ugar Co. 6 . ... . . .
Pac Sug. Mill Co, 6s .... .
Pioneer Mill Co. '... . ..
Waialsa Agrlc Co. 5 ...
Natomaa Con. 6s........
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch 6 .... .
6 ..... ...
3 A .......
I 50 . .
i5 ; .........
. i Mnii
r.'-. V 99
. .... . tOO
Between Boards 30 Oahu Sug. Co.
20, 100 Oahu Sug. Co. 20, 50 Oahu
Sug. Co. 20, CO Oahu Sug. Co. 20, 15
Oahu Sug." Co. 20, 10 Oahu Sug. Co.
20, 50 Oahu Sug. Co. 20.
Session Sales 5 McBryde 4, 5 Mc
Bryde 4, 10 McBryde 4, 5 Ewa 25.
; 88 analysis beets 9s. Sd.; parity
4.04; 96 centrifugals 3,51.
T olAct cno"ii iitijkif4 tikii ?l Tt ttnifi
or 170.20 er ton.
Beets 9s 8 34d
fiES&y IfiK IRGST CQ
Kembers Honolslu bwck aaeV Baaa
FOST AKT MERCHAN1 8TBIXTS
. Telephone 1208.
J. P. Morgan Co., Ltd.
STOCK BROKERS j
Information Furnished and Loana
: Made -
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLOQ.
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AJfD B05D BSOKSKS I
Xembcrs Honolulu Stock ani Beii
' xcbaBE-e '
StangenwalJ Bldg 1W Herekasl St
REAL ESTATE : INSURANCE
76 Merchant St. Phone 3013
George V. Jakins
Will Sell By
at his Mart, 7G Beretanla St. (Sachs
Tomorrow, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23,
at 10 a. m. '
DRY GOODS, BED SHEETS, PILLOW
CASES, SHIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
HOSIERY, HAND BAGS, ETC.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIC
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Home Insurance' Comoanv of
Jhere will be a meeting of the board crvdit talacce of $5150.09 and a rein
of health at 3:30 tuis atternoon. ECiance rSerTe of $72S9.34. Insur-
. Dickerson. under The ElaisdelL ance premiums written for the year
Lovely for the latest trimmed iiais.- amounted to $2227.42. of which net
Advertisements. pn.miunis -m tce Home, were' $13.33i-
Horsts and mu-es fo arrive about -nn h m.th nf
March llth.L Tel 1109 or call at Club Janua th,3 was good. M ana
i stables. o2 kukui street. ger Z. K. Myers says in his report.
ah unusual opporxuni in near-me- and the tclal insurance premiums
city, low at acre prices Is being offer- wmieu jn our office since organiia
cd by tae Trent trust Co. tioa ,soventen months to January 3.
10.000 loads- cf guou soIL for sale. ! ii3j amounts to $2,267.13."L Efforts
Geo. M. Yamada, McCandlesa block, to establish reciprocal relations with
Vhcne 2157. advertisement. fotoer agencies in Honolulu failed.
WantedTwo more paAaengem for vmniiinr the Hnm tn spmw n.
around - the - Island at $6.00. Lewia eral agtnc;tS and. handle Its excess
ouEineas in us own office. Several
rsemenL agencies covering all branches of iu-
cjnerny stock of mens goods ce h&i been procured. The com-
pany is establishing agencies for it-
, scu oa the other islands. Its office
' Mininmant Ic cnnl nH If ia nns nhlu
. iry a case of assorted sodas from to cre for aU busines8 comius to It.
Lie Consolidated Soda Works and you The ccmpaDy nas rd of
ill order again. Their s is the best, in fire underwriters for the following
the city.-advertisemest. , changes: 1. Establishment of a stamp
A strong, serviceable umbrella, built ing bureau. 2. TUat the rates be
rf . . m&dQ by the executive officer instead
rried by Vichman & Co.. and is be- of Dy . executive committee, 3.
t,tivra7 we 9VUJ7 iccuiiuti& iu ir-
.. . v ' i ;. . ... ...... ,
Stables and Garage.
is complete in every particular. Ex
amine It at the -Style Center," Fort
and Merchant streets.
ing featured as a
The communicants' preparation I 0,.i tk- :
ineuruI Witl r.OTv la ttmnrlu In (grn. rt a
wrvice of St. Andrew's Cathed
Le held Saturday evening instead of
this evening as announced.
it .Is stated that another typhoid
lever outbreak has occurred In Kona,
Hawaii, and Inspector Bowman ha
teen instructed to investigate.
Collectors of Green Stamps are en
titled to a chance frea on a whole
room full of furniture. Come in and
see. Everything free for. Gr,een
Eyes examined, glasses supplied.
pacy is strongly , in favor of a read.-
justment of rates, more, particularly
as applied to dwelling house risks.
One of the most attractive, as well
as livest, agricultural periodicals ever
published is the Little Farms Maga
zine of Los Angeles. Cav., the Febru
ary number of which, 'In volume sec
ond, has just been received by thq
Star-Bulletin. Heading an executive
of four members as president Is
Augustus F. Kmidsen.- formprlv of
Factory on the premises, A. N. San Kauai and Honolulu, brotherof Presi-
oent . ivnuasen or tne Hawaiian sen
ate. The magazine contains twenty
eight pages, with ; three columns to
the page, is beautifully printed and
profusely illustrated and its staff and
contributed articles are full of matter
useful to the small farmer.
racks, making time of one hour and
fifteen minutes. Leavo Honolulu 10:20
a. m., 2:40 p. m., 5 p. m., 11 p. m.
I-ave Schofield Barracks 8 . a, m.,
12:40 p. m., 2:45 p. m., 6 p. m.
DOWNING In Honolulu, February 24,
1913, to Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Down
. ing, a son. ' : ...."- .
No, Alonzo, you can't tip a waiter
enough to make him lose his balance.
Also a goodly number, of people
have been done in the name of charity.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ford, optician, Boston building. Fort
street, over Henry May & Co., Tele
phone 1740. advertisement
1 have a. thousand designs of 1914
calendars to select from.; See me be
fore buying . elspwhere. ..Geo V.
Jakins, auctioneer and commission
agent, 76 Beretanla street advertise-
: - V, Beginning today the Oahu railway
, M- E. Silva. the undertaker, has a wm run four trains daily each way be
new autocar and Is now prepared for tween Honolulu and Schofield Bar-
VATVirktr r ct f rvr? too ' irk ' ry firm orv tio rt " i . .
of the city and country districts.
Phone . 1179; night call 2514 or 21 CO.
advertisement r -' .';
The Hui Oiwi Society will give a
concert snd dance on Saturday evea
ig, March 1, in K. or P. hall, for the
tonafit of the ui. An excellent pro
rairi has been arranged and the Ha
waiian band will play before' the opening:''--.:;:
Superintendent of Public Works
Bishop has written the Hawaii super
visors aykirig them to take up the mat
ler of building a road to the Kuhio
Pay wharf as soon as posaiblei He
i-sks them to include an arproprlatlon
for the purpose in their report to the
, Industry and commerce are so close
ly inter-related and interdependent
that improving the former must im
prove the latter, and the DENIO SYS
TEM of fire notification serves to im
prove both. See it. try it out, you will
then be convinced that it is' true. ad
vertisemeatf ,The new jpahala, Hawaii, entertain
ment hall 4as opened last Saturday
evening; the affair teii:g one of the
finest Kau has ever seen. It was at
tended by moi.t of the population of
the district As Manager Ogg Is ill
.Airs. Ogg performed the ceremony of
ouenina; the hall, making a fr-y eppro
Annual meetings' of corporations are
advertised as follows:
McBryde Sugar . Co., Stanganwald
building, Tuesday, March L 10 a. m.
Honolulu Gas Co., Castle & Withing
tnn'a Satiirdav. March I. 9 a. m. ;
; McBryde Sugar Co., Stangenwald ,
building, Tuesday, March 4, iu a.m.
American-Hawaiian Paper & Supply
Co., at its office, Friday, Feb. 28, & a.m.
Paauhau . Sugar Plantation ; Co., at
its office, San Francisco, Saturday,
March 1, 11 a. m. j-
Kauai . Electric Co.. Stangenwafa
building, Tuesday, March 4, 2 p. m.
Kauai Fruit & Land Co.,. Stangen
wald building, Tuesday, March 4, 2:30
p. . m. V ,: ; ; ;
MOTHERS SHOULD BEMEHBEB
Silva's Toggery, jLioV
At the annual meeting of Silva's
Toggery, Ltd., held on Wednesday,
Feb. 26, 1913, the following officers
were elected to serve for the ensuing
year, viz: .
A. C. Silva Presiden:
James Wakefield . . . . .Vice-President
. . . . . . . . . Secretary and Treasurer
W. C Shields ; .VV:.... Auditor
The above with M. V. Silva consrr
tute the board of directors.
; JASON ANDRADE.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
We wish to call your attention to
the fact that most infectious diseases
such as whooping cough, diphtheria
and scarlet fever are contracted when
the child has a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will quickly cure a
cold and greatly lessen the danger of
contracting these diseases. This rem
edy is famous for Its cures of colds. It
contains no opium or other narcotic
and may be given to a child with im
plicit confidence. ' For sale by all
dealers. " Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
agent" for Hawaii advertisement
T.Sumida & Company, Limited.
At a meeting of the stockholders or
T. oumida & Company, Limited, held
in Honolulu on February 8th, 1913, the
following officers and directors were
elected to serve during the ensuing
year: . ':y-:
T. Sumida .............. . , .President
D. Yonekura . .. ..... . .Vice-President
D. Sumida ...Secretary and Treasurer
A. K. Ozawa . ... .. .. , .... .Auditor
The above named gentlemen to
gether: with T. Odo and M. Kawahara
constitute the board of directors.
) D.. SUMIDA, :
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers In Probate, in the matter
Of the Estate of William M. Langton,
On reading and filing the petition of
Elinor-A. Langton, of Honolulu, aiieg
ing that William M. Langton, of Hono
lulu, died intestate at Santa Monica,
a)s Angeles County, California, on the
2Tth day of January. A. D., 1913, leav
ing property within the jurisdiction or;
this court necessary to be administer-'
ed upon, and praying that letters of
- . ri;
aaminisiraiion issue 10 minor a. uaiio
Ion. It is ordered, that Monday, the 31st
cay of March. A. D. 1913. at 9 o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is appointed for
hearing said peiition in the court rooru
of this court in the judiciary building
in the City and County of Honolulu,
at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause,
it any they have, why said petition
should not be granted.
Bv the Cotirt:
(Seal) A. K. AON" A,
Dated Honolulu, February 27th. 1913.
E. C PETERS. Attorney for Petitioner.
5491 Feb 27, Mar. 6, 13. 20.
Ponahawai Coffee Company, Limited.
At the, regular annual, meeting of
shareholders 'of Ponahawai . Coffee
Company, Limited, held at the orflce
of C. Brewer & Company, Ltd., Ho
nolulu,, February 27th, 1913, the fol
lowing officers. and directors were
elected for the ensuing year, viz ,
W. G. Irwin . .'. . 1 ... . .. . . . .President
Richard Ivers . . . .... . . yice-President
John A. Scott ...... .... . ...Treasurer
H. M. Whitney .Secretary j
E. F. Bishop ......... i . . . ...Director
T. R. Robinson Auditor
The above, with the exception of j
the auditor, constituting the Hoard of
H. M. WHITNEY,
Secretary. Ponahawai Coffee Com
pany, Limited. - 54S13L
- From 40 to SO Woman's Critical Pcrici
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flashes, severe heachches, melancholia, dread of impending
evil, palpitation of the heart, irregularity, constipation an3
dizziness are. promptly treated by intelligent women who
. are approaching the period of life,
j This is the most critical period of woman's life and she
who neglects the care of her health at this time invites in
curable disease and pain. Why not be guided by the ex
perience of others and take Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable
Compound? It is an indisputable, fact that this grand old
remedy has helped thousands of women to pass th rough
this trying period with comfort and safety. Thousands of
genuine and honest testimonials support this fact, v "
From Mrs. HENRY IIEAVILIX, Cadiz, Ohio, V
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From Mrs. EDWARD B. niLBERT, Fleetwood, Pa.
- Fleetwood, Pa. tt During the Change of life i was hardly able to
be around at alL I always had a headache and I was so dizzy and
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DokivMunford,-Aku : . v -V , -
f T7ri t LYTTa E.PInAlI MEDICDTE CO. ;
I J (CO:,TII)L:;TLiL LYXN, MASS., for ad vice. ,
. r icxizr YTiii dq cpenea, reau una answereu
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We reduce rocks of any dimension down to thaused for cement work. Also
we sell sand for any purpose. . v
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION DIlAYiriG CO.,
Queen SLRobinson Bldg.
BEST LAU5DRY WORK AND DRY CLSAXa rf-
777 JUnz Strwt
J. ABADIE, Prop. ,
djra qjiM dn opis ;i0ij sj u
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' NEW ARRIVALS
WOOLEN SHIRTS PAJAMAS AND SWEATER COATS.
CANTON PBT GOODS CO.f
HOTEL ST. OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hilo Sugar Company.
At the regular annual meeting ot
shareholders of Hilo Sugar Company,
held at the office of C. Urewer & Com-'
pany. Ltd.. Agents. Honolulu. Febru-j
ary 27th. 1913, the following directors
and auditor were elected to serve for.
the ensuing year, viz:
. W. G. Irwin, Richard: Ivers; H. M.;
Whitney, E. I. Spalding, E. F. nishop,"
directors; T. R. Robinson. Auditor. I
At a snbsequent meeting of the
board of directors the following offi
cers were" appointed for t2e- ensuing
V, C Irwin .... . . ........ President
Richard Ivers . . . ..... .Vice-President
H. M. Whitney ......... . .Treasurer
E. L Spalding . .... . . . . .... .Secretary
E. F. BISHOP.
Acting Secretarv. Hilo Sugar Company
5481-St. - ;
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San Francisco, California
Phono 2295 BcaoIic3
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