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EVENING. BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T H, TUE8DAY, OCT. 24, 1911.
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Union and National
Thin wan tlie on'.y one of all the Fire
Insurance Companlea with parent of
llcei abroad to pey Its Ban Francisco
clalmantH, niter the big lire, with
American Surplus Funds.
C. Brewer & Co:, Ltd;
Qenerat Agents for. Territory of
. ' Hhw.II
Jas, W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE.
Will buy a BEACH LOT near
Excellent Sea frost Xctidene
ltea Fruit tree and craw' rtw
'm on loti,
TBUsis. HEAL ESTATE AND
Cor. .Merchant ani.AUke Ma..
Ad. in the
t . Island. Ch
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Lote on Qullck Ave. 1150 to 1350
each) 50x100. 20 per cent cush; lialunce
$10 per month. No Interest, Water,
electric lights, good rouilw, etc.
$5502 fine Lots on 13th Ave, Wale
lae Heights, (.'loured, cemented, stone,
fence In front.
P. E..R. STRAUCH
Walty.BtiUdlng 74 8, ,Klngtrest
A few lots on Knlllil Itoad, a shorf
dlHtiinco from, curMlne ISO down und
10 per month, without IntRrest,
Ihcr) thing that could be desired Is
hud In Nminnu Tract lots 1251) up,
Several largo choice lots at about
1)0. In Kumchainehu Park Truct, one
block front car.
New tract at l'alama, near town.
J. H. SCHNACK,
137 Merchant Street
THE AMERICAN BANKERS'
v Cashed i without i question by
Hotels, 8hopt, , Railroad and
8teamhlp Companies the world
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
We deal in listsd and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 8 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred. W. E. LOOAN e
CO, Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
The World's , Leading 8urety
PREMIUM INCOME, 1010
62,897,811.00, , ,
Accepted ,aa sole surety In tvtry
8tote and Territory, of United
8tates, Canada and Mexico
Court, Contract and Fidelity Bonds
923 Fort Street
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER A 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
Tort and Queen Streete
QEO. Q. QUILD
Williamson A Buttolph
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Stock and Bond Brokers
Is KEHOEiHT 8TBIK I ,
Hione 14W- - .0. Boi 181
Honolulu StotK Exchange
Tuesday, Oct. 24.
NAME OF STOCK
O. Brewer A Co
Ewa Plantatkjo Co.
Hawaiian Arte. Co
Haw. Com. Sue. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomn Sugar Co
Honoksa Sugar Co
Halki- 8ugar Co.
Hutchloson Sugar Plant
Kahuku Plantation Co. . .
Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde Bugar Co.
Oahu Sugar Co '
Onomea Bugar Co , .
Olaa Sugar Co: Ltd
Ftaunan sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Bugar Mill
Pata Plantation Co.
Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlc. Co
Walluku Sugsr Co.
Walmaaalo Bugar Co. ... ,
waimea sugar Mill Co; . .
ii ,i . . ,.i. ,..
Inter-island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electrla Co.'-. . .
Hon. R. T. L. Co . Prat.
Hon. R.T. b Co .Com.
Mutual Tefephoae Co. , . .
Oah'i R. ft L. Co.'
Hllo B R Co- Pfd.
Hllo H. R. Co. Com....
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok R.C.. pd up
Pahang Rub. Co. (Pd)..
Pahanjr" (Ass. 0X Pd)
Haw.Ter.4X (F1rCT.) ..
Haw. Tar. 4X
Cal, Beet Sug. t Ref. Co. i
Hon. Gas Co. Ltd., Cs..
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a .'.
Haw. Irrgtni (Jc fa
Haw. Com. Aug. Co. 6
Hllo R. R Co., lasue 1901
Honokaa Sugar Co.. 6X
IIoa.R.T.b.Co (X ...
McBryda Sugar Co. 6a . . .
Mutual TaL 6a)..-;
Ola Sugar Co. X
Pac. Bug. Mil) Co. 6a
Walalua Agrlc Co. SX .i.
8AI.CS Between Boards: 50 flaw.
C. & 8. Co., $40,874; IS Kekaha. $220:
30 Walalua $113; S Walalua, $113; G
Onomoa, $45.50; $4000 Hllo 1901 6s,
$99.75; $1000 McBrydo Cs, $100; S
Tanjong Olnk Pd., $41.37W.
Scxston Sales: 10 Bwa, $3l,12V&.
Latest sugar quotation 5.96 cents or
Beets, 17s 0 l-2d
inir wiumora musH.
Member Honolulu Stock si4" Boai
Ezcnaata . .
F0M AHD .XEE0HAIT. fTUZTJ
. ,v .k Telephone 180b ., . Vv ,
TOOK! AMD BQIDi
Trent Tftust Co.,
Giffard i Roth
TOOK AND 10HD B1QXKBI t
Maabara Honoluln,itok,aa lemi
SUngtnwald Blag., 108 Mwckuit H,
Information Furnished and Leans
57 KAAHUMANU STREET
Home Insurance Company
oi nawaii, lm.
WRITES Alili KINDS OF
96 Klrta Street corner of Fart .StrMt
tj'Nelll Bujld:ngf , -y Telephone, 3829
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i , IMPORTANT .r m, ..
Our sanitary wagons Is our best ad
vertisement. Our cnamol-tlnlshed cold
KtoruK can not be excelled, and our
distilled water and Ice speak for them
selves, v f , ., ,v
OAHU ICE..4L ELECTRIC CO.
, i . Telephone 1128 - . .
There will be a meeting tonight of
Coin t Cumovs, No. 8110, A. O, F.. at
San Antonio Hall., There nre three
candidates to go through. All mem
bers and vlaltlug brothers arc Invited
to bo on hand and "see the sights."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For good bat, cleaning see The Ex
perts, 1123 Fort street
It goes without saying that every
thing la Best at The Encore.
A preimboy with experience Is want
ed at the Bulletin office.
The Bulletin hat) Just received n
shipment of 1912 Calendar Pads.
Take your red nickel stamps to the
Green Stamp Store on Defetnnla.
The biggest ,cholera germ known Is
on exhibition at the Anchor Saloon.
Go and seeM Job. Roman to have
your hat cleaned. 122 Beretanta SL
Choy Hoy ha been released on
$1500 bonds. He Is charged with per
jury. The 1912 Calendar Pads have ar
rived and may be found at the Hull u
1 1 n ofTlce.
Another chair added to the. Union
Barber Shop. Four nrtlats now at
Leweri A Cooke, Ltd, hao on dis
play a large stock of foreign and do
mestic wall papers.
Shoes correctly fitted at Manufac
turers' Shoo Co. Cal) and see the line
line of ladles' shoes.
We have a naw tine of novelty toys
and favors for children' parties.
Arts and CrafU Shop.
School books approved by the Board
of Education, also all school supplies
at Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd.
If, you want a good Job done on an
auto or .carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen St .
For distilled water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks,
ring, up phona 2171. Consolidated
Soda Works. , ,
i Tho three youngsters who tiro al
leged to belong to a sang of bicycle
thieves, have been charged with lar
ceny by Chief .McDuflle.
WANTED Two more passengers to
make, up motor party for a trip
around the Island, IC.00 each. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
YTales Visible adding machine, the
mos(' up-to-date adding and listing
machine on tbo market. Hawaiian
News Co., Alex, Young building.
So far ns known there was no def
inite move as a result of a conference
yesterday between Governor Krear
and W. Pfotenhauer In regard to the
The1 office of tho Wireless is open
until 11 evArv "dnv for thn recellit nf
ship's messagei Island messages re
ceived from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. in. on
week days and, from 8 to 10 a. in. on
The program that Is being ar
ranged by, Mr. Herzor for his farewell
concert to be given In the Hawaiian
Opera 'House on .November 2, will sur
pass any be has, heretofore given. The
leading, musicians' of the city will par
ticipate. fA" -
,'.The machinery' for a hydro-electric
plant that la to be erected on Maul
by the Island Investment Company,
has been ordered through the von
Hamm-Youug Company. The plant is
to furnish light and current to wnl
luku and Kahulul,
Cnptnln Harry O. Wlllnrd. Fifth Cav
alry, whd has been on leave for some
months, has reported for duty to dl
vision hendquorters at San Francisco.
He has been ordered to the Presidio, to
await tho llrst transport that will al
low him to Join his regiment nt I.el-
With tho exception of a talkative
seaman In police court this morning,
everything was quiet. Peter Yemen, n
Norwegian seaman, was arrested for
beating another seaman without any
proocatlon. Yensen stated this morn-
liig thnt he did not start .tho trouble,
and that he only hit tho other "feller"
after ho Insulted him.
Judge. Monsarrat, who listened tohU
lengthy statement, fined him 110 and
costs of court. Yensen was nngry and
growled as ho entered the prisoners'
pen. After waiting for a few minutes
ho nrnse and asked the prosecuting at
torney to let him go and get money
with which to iy hU line, but he wns
Pang Bee, Chlnnmnn, who had trou
ble with a Ifauullnn woman at thofUh
mnrket about money matters, was dis
The case against Julchl, one of the
youths arrested at Manoa on a serious
charge, was stricken from tho calen
Joe I.opez, George Kallllkane nnd
James Cardi, each charged, with assault
nnd battery, wero reprimanded severely
by the court nnd discharged. Kallll
kane was told to keep his hand oft his
The cases against John Aklna, C,
Kahlkl and D. U. Levy, charged with
larceny, were called. The defendants
pleaded guilty and sentence will bq
passed on them tomorrow morning. Tho
police say they stole money and bl
cycles from Japanese.
I.. K. lllchey, who violated tho nuto
mobile ordinance, pleaded not guilty,
and will be tried next Friday morning.
Wntsonvllle, Cal , has sent Ave boxes
of nrnl-prlze'-wlnnlng apples to Presl
M t iV fir
The most up-to-date Adding
and Listing machine on the mar
ket. Demonstrated and told by
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ BUILDING.
(Continued from Page 1)
Inundation of Tamils! river. In some
of tho houses water ennio up to Ilia
celling, on the, road In front of the
railway hotel the wnter .was thrco lo
four feet deep, a boat carrying pco
pie on the road. Tho water works
pump was stopped, electric dynamo
sunk under the water, bo In all the
town thero wag no light and no water,
Next day I got on board tho steam
er from Keelung to Takao. That took
flvo days on a very rough sen. I linil
cd at Takao on tho morning of tho
seventh. Tho roofs of Hie brick sug
ar warehouses aro all blown off,
About all the wooden warehouses
were fallen down. I got a trutn from
Takao to Kyoshlto. Kyoshlto Is sick
en of as the center of tho typhoon.
(One of tho Honolulu Iron Works
milts Is here). All tho houses lost
the outside doors and tho muts und
rcreens. In Koheklrlu nnd Ako also
much damage was done In tho living
bouses. (Two of the Honolulu Iron
WofkB' factories aro hero),
,1 think you remember the namo of
Tamstii river near Ako, over which
our plantation railway bridge was.
The river was full of wnter all across,
bank to bank, on the width of two
mills and all the bridges were washed
away. The cunelleld ulso hnd been
very much damaged, somo field is ex
pected tho half crop. An aerago ut
Taiwan Selto about twenty per cent
The speed of tho wind, surveyed,
was estimated to bo 132 miles, but
fortunately there was no dnmago In
At llaln & Co.'s mill at Hozan, the
smokestack Is fall down, tho roof
blown off and sonic of too brick wall
broken, and also at tho Snnknnlcn
nilll of the Formosn Sugar & Develop
ing company, four smokestucks aro
blown down and tho roof also.
In other mills tbe wind was not no
strong as at ,Kjoshlto, but they got
damaged by tbo flood. At Dal Nippon,
the houso of Mr. Sawa, the flood camo
about to the celling and In front of
Hint house a now big river was made.
In' Hie whole of the Island of Fqr
mosn, somo part suffered by wind,
some part by flood, and thero was
hardly any place that did not suffer.
Both wind and rain are said to be
Iho heaviest for at least sixty years.
Another explosion nt Rtege, Cal.,
where Is located the California Cap
Works, completely dismembered the
body of, one of thu empjoyesj, f v
Gentleman wishes to form thu lie
ciiiulntniico of a lady or education In
both piKUxh and Hawaiian, lteu
non, literature, and cvnnrsntlon Ap
ply 'Geo. K", Bulletin olllce.
Girl for general housework. Apply Ho.
nopiiu wire lied Co, Alaxca ana
King 81s. f G0C5-31
Young lady desires stenographic posi
tion Two years' experience In legal
work. Address "Htenog," this olllce.
Mitchell 30, deml-toiinenu; good ns
new, not run 5000 miles; new set of
tires Address "Auto," this olllce.
No 2 llrownle. koduk folding, pocket,
Itelurn to lllilletlu olllce. COCG-fit
The nKACON," made by the f
Knox Co., SS'.S"
The assortment is very fine. .
Silva's Toggery, Ltd-
TAI LOY COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF CHINESE JADC JEWCLRY COLO AWD
C'OltNHP. NUUANU AND MUTIJI,
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
W. O. 8MITH, President L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Tressurer
W. O. 8MITH J. P. COOKE
W. J. FORBES S. A. 'BALDWIN
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN A. F. JUDD
OFFICES) 8ECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
-And the ' "
Pelton Water Wheel Co. ;
Altn IN A POSITION TO SUBMIT PftOPOSAI.S AND Bl'.C-
UMMHNDATIONS COVURING THU DnVKLOPMIlNT OF ANY f
HVDRO-F.I.KCTItia PROJIltT, I.AKOP. OH SMALL.
i. rv". tl? . 5
For Women and Children
lV-'l -l i.V ... . . . J -''I. j0 WlM . 9 .
The last word in i
hats is the Knox.
l?clt or Straw, $5
King near Fort I
Called For and Delivered J
and Hotel Btreeta Phona 1862
Electric Co., Ltd.