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HONOLULU SYMPHONY SOCIETY
Tuesday Evening, May 7th.
Soloists Miss Edith Rosslyn Col- Reserved scats 11.00, 76c and GOc.
nts, Mr. Carl Mlltnor. Now on salo at tbo bos ofllce of the
Accompanist Mrs. L. Tennoy Peck. Orpueum Theatre, Hotel, street.
CLOSING OUT SALE OF MENS'
This department ot our buslnoss will bo discontinued, so, whllo
the goods last, will be dold regardless ot prlco.
SO B. KINO STREET, between Nuuanu and Bethel.
THE KING OF
Ask your Grocer for It.
HELPS THE FLOWERS
Potash Is needed In the soil as a plant food. Dr. Wilcox finds that
Immense quantities of it Is In the black sand we sell. Why don't
you use It on your lawn? ,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Robinson Bull ling. - Queen Street
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR
sJfli5 INTER STATE
MODEL 40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new (TOAA
en bloc motor, 42 in. bore, 5y2 in. stroke; 40 H.P. '
MODEL SO 7 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL SI 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new "T" head j?0'7A A
"5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P pO i UU
GEO. W. MOORE
Telephone 1902. Demonstrator and Selling Agent.
There are still a few real es
tate bargains in Honolulu if you
know where to find them and it is
our business to do this. v Here is
OVER TWO ACRES
of land,rirnproved withfruitsand
flowers, .also a fine garden, jwith a
of Seven rooms arid lanai. $350.
down, balance monthly payments.
CALL US UP '
Antone Fernandez, of tlio city and
county clerk's Btaff, Is engaged In de
stroying the ballots of the 1003 elec
tion. They were due for destruction
under tho law two years ago, but tho
matter was overlooked until now. The
mpdc of destruction is simply tearing
the paper up nnd throwing tho"picces
Into a waste basket.
Casual glances Into tho product of
various precincts reveal some curious
facts, facts that It they had been as
certained In a recount might have
made some changes in the municipal
government for the first term under
tho charter, ft will bo remembered
that the Buprcme court denied a re
count to John C. Lane, the defeated
Republican candidate for mayor. A
number of ballots In the Kakaako pre
clnct were marked with a blue pen
cil. They were Democratic ballots.
Perhaps if the Walknno ballots
Walkane being the politlcr.l preserve
of Link McCandleus had been scru
tinized, a grand upset of some do
clared results might have happened,
for Irregularities were alleged to have
occurred there. When a Star reporter
looked Into the little room where tho
ballots are being destroyed this morn
ing, tho Walkane seek had not been
opened. The clerk is not making any
notes on what he observes, however,
although the blue pencil already men
tioned was stfmcthlng that could only
escape tho observation of a blind
Tho reporter turned over a fow Bal
lots of tho ninth of the fourth. There
was scarcely what could be called a
straight ticket vote In a dozen ballots,
and thero were several decidedly
queer specimens of scratching. Some
had no choice for mayor Indicated.
Others were shy one or more super-
Prices or local sugar rtocks proba
bly show a slightly belter tone today,
but sales continue light. Tho market
has been firm for some tlmo paBt, but,
as ono broker sizes up the situation,
(Continued from Pago One.')
tho strength hafl been due to tho gen- Yco Wo Wnkck Mclcl ;kli tho lc8EOri
ernl confidence that tho Sonato .... , . .
finance committee would block tbo 6d Ul 'a"d to f f" D C8' h'
radical free-sugar bill of the House., aftcr ft whll- Psted n notlco on tho
Now that news Conies thr.t the Demo , Promises occupied by Yeo Wo of re
cratlc minority of the, upper Housoi entry and forfeiture, for tho reason
committee only demands from 25 to' that tho taxes had not been paid.
33 1-3 per cont; teductlon in hc duty, Kanakonul requested tho respondent's
tho confldenco hero Is ijmply In- attorney to furnish him with a state
creased a little. jmcnt of tho amount of tho taxes due,
What fow aales were recorded today, which tho attorney promised to do
show .generally slightly stronger b t n v ddi Kanakanul tendered
prices. Hawaiian Pineapple looks . the rc8ponucnt. tho amount of all
good to Investors, apparently, and tho
taxes with penalties and interest
nvlrin Vina hnan frnlnf. llfl fnl ilninA
time although little Is on the market, h0"' i"3,25,
One hundred and ninety-five shares, sho rofused to accept ll- She brought
cot loose, however, this morning, and , n proceeding nnd obtained Judgment
brought 41.50, a $1.50 advance since fr summary possession, which the
last sale. Holders nre asking 42 for' supreme court reversed. Next she in
tho stock. Outlook for a big pack and ' stltutcd nn action for ejectment, this
good market are doubtlo; responsl-' being tho prosecution against which
ble for tho stimulus in this stock. j Kanakanul and Yco Wo sought tho
Brewery 30 per cent, assessment reler denied by tho circuit Judge as
1 shares sold at 10 flat; while Honokaa' njrcauy stated.
' i ll r. n v.n.1 ,i rtt'tnA.i r IT nnn.nltrlif h I . .
. i i .. uw ..au Uii.i-vU ........... , w A Greonwell for complainants
Between boards Pioneer advanced. Amlrows for rcgpomlent.
25 cent;. Other sax.i made no. , .1,1
, 1 . , Tho law of tho case, as stated in
chango in last quotations.
3?-54-tv.vi'.vj,j the syllabus, Is as follows :
, , , ,. I "Equity will relievo against tho for-
VlDUlOi HI VllV VUow otu'jiw ,
Haw AjrICo 80.00
chosen. Thai was Jim
felturo of a leaso for tho lessee's fail
ure to pay taxes whore such failure
was not due to gross negligence nnd
Af , ..Hnnmed moetintr of the" not Pslstent and wilful. Where
newspapermen last night the draft of tho lessee has been lulled Into non
bylaws submitted by tho organization action by equivocal conduct on the
committee was amended in various part of the lessor, tho failure to pay
sections and adopted. Tho chairman tho taxes may bo regarded as not wll
appointed, as a committee to nomln ful and persistent."
Haw C & S Co... 45.00
Haw Sue Co 40. CO
Honomu Sug Co
Honokaa Sug Co.
Haiku Plan Co...
Hutch Sug Co...
Knhuku Plan Co.
McBrydo Sug Co
6ahu Sugar Co..
Onomca Sug Co..
Olna Sug Co 7.75
Pacific Sug Mi l
Pala Plan Co 200.00
Pioneer Mill Co... 35.37
Walalua Agrl Co.. 131.50
Wolraanalo Sug Co 250.00
I-I S N Co 170.00
Haw Elec Co 200.00
O R & L Co 1C9.00
Hllo R It Co com
Hon B & it Co.... 20.00
Hawn Pino Co 41.00
Hon B & M assd.. 9.87
Cal Beet Sug Gs... 100.00
Hon Gas Co Cs ... 100.00
Hllo R H Cs 100.00
Hllo R R Ext Cs.. 94.25
Honokaa Sug Cs .. 103.50
II R T & L Cs 107.00
Knual Ry Gs 100.00
Kohala Ditch Cs
McBrydo Sugar Cs. 99.75
Mutual Tel Co '103.50
O R & L Co 5s... 103.00
Olaa Sug Ca 97.50
Pacific Sug Cs ... 103.50
Pioneer Mill Co Cs. 100.00
Walalua Agrl 63 .. 102.50
Natomaa Con. Cs . 93.75
Honolulu Stock Exchange Sales
between Boards 30 Pioneer, 35.50;
39 Olaa, 7.75; 50 Oahu Sugar Co., 29;
15000 Hllo Ext. Cs, 91.50; 500 I law.
C. & S. Co., 45.
Session Sales 195 Haw. Pine Co.,
j 41.50; 25 Hon. B. & M. Assess., 40; 15
j Honokaa, 11.50.
Sugar Quotations 9C deg. Centrifu
gals, 4.05; 88 deg. analysis beets, 13s.
7A. Parity, 4.90.
To Commence Next Monday
Morning, May 13th 1912
This Exceptional Offering is
made possible through the fact
that Dohrmann Commercial Co.
under whose banner gather 12
large stores and . among which
Nathan - Dohrmann of San
of Los Angeles, Yost - Dohr
mann of Stockton, Trickler
Dohrmann of San Jose and
W. W. Dimond & Co. of Hon
olulu are the most prominent.
This concern has bought
outright the entire output
of a large New York factory.
FILED FOR RECORD
Recorded May 4, 1912.
Bank ot Hawaii Ltd. to Mary Vler
I ra, D.
Mary Vierra and hsb to Archibald
Wm. A. Kahanu to Chas. H. Belllna,
David Kalauokalanl Jr. vs. George
L Samson, order of discontinuance.
John P. Medeiros aud wifo to Mutl
InvEtmt Co. of H. Ltd., M.
Mrs. E. K Kelliaa to Willmot R.
Chilton, P. A.
Recorded May 6, 1912.
A. Horner to Theo. H. Davlc.3 & Co.,
Ltd., D. -
Est. of B. P. Bishop by Trs. to Al
bert H. Tarleton, Rel.
Trent TruBt Co. Ltd. to Cecilia Mar
James T. Leach and wifo to Esther
T. Tatclshl to von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., C. M.
It will keep correct time. Much
thought and care Is given every
movomont intrusted to our care.
Our watchmakers are thorough
mechanics of many years ex
perience. Wo tolerato no guesswork here.
H. F Wichman
& Co., Ltd.
Jas. W. Pratt
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans Nego
. "PRATT," 125 Merchant St
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
O. O. Ounha
78 Merchant St. Phone 3593.
Beets, I3, 6 l4d
Henry WaterHouse Trust
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT ST.
1 1 ..i.. i.i-..- 1 , i. . 1
Leading Fire Company of the World.
Piaco your business with a. com
pany that knows how to face a crisis
and is In a position to do' so.
Losses Paid, 5222,951,358.
C. Brewer 5fe Co,, ltd.
General Agents, Territory ot Hawaii.
(3.98 EVER, PIECE $31
Never Before Have Such
Values prevailed. And Do Not Forget
THE DESIGNS ARE EXCLUSIVE
In the King St. window, Waikiki side.
is on display the full assortment. On account of the low
prices the sale will not last long and in order to avoid
disappointment, come in early next Monday.
Because we have bought cheap you shall have the benefit
NO ARTICLES WILL BE RESERVED
W. W. DIMOND & CO.
Per steamer Mnuna Kea, May 7 W,
E. Welson, S. E. Hubbard, P. O. Boycr,
Miss L. Turner, Miss J. C. Pratt, Mr.
nnd Mrs Remhart, E. G. Southworth,
W. J. Conroy, W. Vnnnatta, J. M.
Withers, Mr. and Mrs. R J. Sill, Miss
Shannon,, Miss V. Thomas, C. S. Carl
smith. II. V. Patten, R. W. Shingle,
Mr. St. Goar, Mrs. M. A. Hllo, Miss
E. Miles, R. R. Zane, J. D. Smith, D.
Chas. Adams, Harry Gaylord, B. F.
Dillingham, J. M. Armstrongs D. E.
Mooney, J. K. LIko, John A. Noble,
Mrs M. Ito, Mrs. T. Ito and Infant,
Master I. Ito, Mr. tnd Mrs. Lyon
Moore, Mrs. W. H. Rcekard, Dr. Ray
mond, John A. Bootfeld, A. Duncan', D.
Leith, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. O'Neill,
Mr. Fullaway, Wm. GIffard, Mrs. F,
Mosher, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. RIe&I.
Paul Schmidt, S. Spltzor, D. O. T
Smith, Master Smith, A. Garcia, Jos.
Rcgo, F. Koochl, S. Sheba, R. J. Ba
ker, V. J. Guerrero, Mrs. Hcnnlng,
Per stenmer Kllauca, May 7 Mrs.
Jnred G. Smith, Miss C. B. Parrot,
Mlf.i Daky Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W,
L. Cummings, Mrs. Kopko, J. D. Paris,
J. E. Hughes, Miss E. Pails, Mrs. J.
D, Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Grace Ihlkl,
Mrs. Beckey Ihlkl, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Snow, J. K. Kahooholo, Frank Gome,
Wll'lam Gomo, T.. Osakl, J. Coorpre
Mrs. R. H. Whlttington and Infant, V,
O. Boycr, R. M. Simmons, L. Horde
ra, Dr. Rnymond, W. II. Greonwell
Nnnsakl, Mrs. Hcnnlng.
Harry Annltago. II. Ciuhmaa Carter,
Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Ar mil arc & Co,
Stock unci Bonds
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A three-lino "want nd." In the
"Classified" page of The Star will
cost only 90 cents a week. Can you
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Stock and Bond Broker.
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Co.'s Bank, Honolulu.
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of Hawaii, Limited.
Telephone 3529. 96 King St
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And somo men aro such chronic
Si knockers thoy oven disllko to ring a
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Star. We will do the rest. j