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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. MV 'SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1911.
On December 31st we will balance
and close our books
Wc, know now, from comparison,
that our business for 1911 has exceeded
that of any previous year.
That is healthy, and wc are progres
sing with the new Honolulu that is
NHarly in January, 1912, wc will be
opening the new styles and shoe designs
recently selected by Mr. W, ti. Mclnerny
whilcjn the Eastern shoe centers.
Wc promise the greatest display of
new styles ever shown in the Territory.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
WHEN IN NEED OF
f any doeertption
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort ind 'Queen Street
OEO. O. OUILD , Manager
- Have You
Ad. in the
Phone 1 884
Eight lots on Kdna Street, near l?th
11111I Diamond Head Avenues. Tartly
cleared. Marine lew. $100 each. Easy
liajnient. No Interest.
450 Small House and Lot 50100 on
KUinack Tract, Nuuanu Valley.
1000 Two-bedroom House and Lot
on Kuaklnl Street. 50x70.
; . FOR LEASE , .
Thre-bedroom' Bungalow on Palolo
rtoad. Furnished. HO; unfurnished, 30.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
Wedeal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kind. Oakland Realty Syn
dleatei certificates at, 85. Oakland
Tr.ctl.n Preferred. W. LOOAN A
CO. Ream 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
Choice Nuuanu Trait lots near car
llne from f.'BO up. on easy terms.
Hcveral good Kullhl Road Jots left ;
$10 per inontirwlthout Interest.
Home line Iota at I'alama, only a
eliort distance from town.
Other lands at Manoa, Palamu,. Ka
It'll unci elsewhere In Honolulu.
J. H. 6CHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for California
and New Yorkt NOTARV PUBLIC)
Crante Marriage Llcenet Draws Mart
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
Wills, etc. Attorney for the District
Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST, HONO
LULU. WHONE im.
Piilillr spirited' men'Riid Tinmen are
planning lo decorate automobiles for
thr Floral I'uruilc Are jo if of
toiM; .w JEMSUMiUk
Plan to Make
A Year of Saying
You can open a Savings Ac
count with one dollar and aeouro
a Home Bank In which to deposit
Interest Paid on
Let ue talk to you about a
Capital and Surplus ' 11,000.000
' Automobile -
Total Resources'. .1 79,940,000
Losses Paid '.S187,11,53S
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Gnral Agents, Territory of Hawaii
What Is ths us of paying
for a participating policy when you can
buy a non-participating policy for only
at a lowsr rate?
923 Fort Street
Jas. W, Pratt
sREAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
' LOANS' NEQOTIATED
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. Shipping
book for sale at the U u 1 1 1 1 o
fflce, COo each.
Stock and Bond Broken
, 13 sfMfTOAWT rfSIM
Phone 1483 P. 0. Bo Bi
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturday, floe. 3.
NAMK Of BTOCK Bid Aakwl
O Brewer Co.
Rwa Plantation Go 11 ))VI
Hawaiian Airrio. Co z6 190
Haw.Com.4 6uf. Co. ... 4V 41
Hawaiian Sugar Co UV
Honomn Sugat Co. .v
Honokaa flugai Co r. iX
Halkr BugirCo 170
Hutchinson Sugar Plant iqM 10
Kahuku Plantation Co. . . 18K 20
hkana8ugarCo. ....... j 243
Koloa Sugar Co 165 ........
McBryde Sugar Co. 6 ti 7
Oabu Sugar Co UH iUt
Onomea 8tgar Co. 48 48 H
Olaa Sot-arOo, Ltd JV ft.
Paauhan Bugar Plant Co. WX t6H
Paclfle Sugar Mill too tjj
Pala Plantation Co. 170
Pepkn Bugar Ua iso
Pioneer Mil' Co. 235 U,
Walalue AgrV Co. lij 124'
Walluka 8ugr Co. 'J
Walmanalo Sugar Co ... S 28s
Waimea Sugar Mill Co... 15 'eo
Inter-Island Stoam N. Co '50
Hawaiian Blertrle Co. . . IKJ
Hon. R.T.AL Co.Pref 125
Hon. R.T. L Co. Com. "
Mutaal Te)phon Co. . it) jo
Oahi R. L, Co. 42 MS
Hllo K ft. Co.. Pfd ...
Hllo R R Co, Com.... )i !
Hon.B.M.Co alls ;
Hawaiian Irr. Co , Ltd fi
Hawaiian Pineapple Co . 42 H 4)K
Tanjong Olok RC. pd up 4
Pahang Rub. Co (Pd) 1. 21
Panang " f Aaa 40 Pd)
Haw.Ter. 4i (fir CI.)
Haw.Ter. 4X too '
Haw.Ter.IHX .... oo
Cal. Beet Bug Rat. Co 100 ,
Hon. Cat Co. Ltd., 6a.. 'coU
Hamakua Ditch Co., '
, Upper Ditch 6a
Haw. lnitn.Cc. e
Haw. Com. 4t Aug. Co. E I01
Hllo R. It Co., Issue 1901 loo!
Hllo R. R. Co . Con ti 91
Honokaa Sugar Co., t .. 104
Hon. R. T. U Co ... 107W
UcDrrd Sagat Co. la . . . Vt'i l'.
Mutual Tel. a , tot,
Oahu R. 4. U Co. IX icii,'
Oahn Sugar Co tX ' 'J
Olaa Sugar Co IX gi 94H
Pac8ug.M1IICo.es, ... oiii
Pioneer Mill Co. ex 01
Walalna Agrln' Co. 1 . . 101 .
SALES Be vvecu nourda: 23 Oahu
SJS; 75 O.1I111, $35; 25 Onbu, 35;;,1W
Oahu, S34..VI: 10 Ouliu, $34: SO Odhu,
S34.CO; 511 Oahu. $31.50; 30 Oahu. $34.
30; 80 Oahu, $J4.5D; SO Oahu, $34.50;
20 Oahu, $34.30; 20 Oahu, $31.50; SO
II. B. & M. Co., $22; 15 Kwn, $32.50;
S Ewa, $32,75; 10 Uwa, $32.75; 15
Cw-'a, $33; COO II. C. & S. Co., $11.75;
130 II. C. & S. Co, $11.75; 30 II. C. &
P. Co, $41.75; 50 II. C. & 8. Co, $41.
75; 500 II. C. & 8. Co. $41.75; 65
Wiilalua, $121; ISO McUrjde. $6 8714;
75 Olaa. $5.75: 75 Oliin, $3.75; 12J
Olaa, $5.75; 100 Olun. $5.75; 35 Olaa,
$3.75; $1000 Hon. (ids 69 $100,23.
Seialon Saloa: 15 II. O. & 8. Co ,
$41.75; 5 II. C. (L S. Co.. $11.75; 5 II.
C. & S. Co., $41.75; 5 II. C. & 8. Co.
$41.75; 5 II. C. & 8. Co. $41.75; 5 H
C. & 8. Co.. $41.75; 10 II. C. & 8. Co,
$41.75; 50 McBrvclc. $6 87Vi; 3D Oahu
j.14.50; 50 Oahu, $34 50; 5 O.ibu, $31.
50; 25 Oithu, $3150; 10 Oahu $34.50;
5 Oahu, $31.50; 5 Wa'aluu $122 50;
Walalua, $122.50; 5 Wululu;', $122 5q;
: Walalua. $122 50; 10 Walalua, $123;
Hutchinson, $19.75; IS Olau, $6; 50
11. 11. & M. Co, $21.8713; 3 11. B. &
M, Co, $21.73; 5 H. B. &' M. Co,
$21.75; $1000 Hllo Kx 6s, $31.
DIVIOBND8 Dec. 30S C. Brewer
$2; Ewa, 20c; Walmanalo, $1; II iw
Electric. 75c; II. B. & M, Co.. 15c;
I I. S, N. Co. 75c; Kahuku, 10c; Haw,
Pine. Co , 25c; Waimea, $2; Pac. Bug.
Mill, $5; H. R. T. & U Co. (seml-an),
$3, Com. (quar), $1.30; Mill. Tel. Co
(quar), lic; Kekaha, $5.
NOTICE No session of the Ex
thango Monday, Jan. 1, 1912
Latest sugar quotation:
Sugar 4.55 els
IJEHftV WJITEitBOUSE TMIST GO.
Members HonoloJn Itook ani loud
F0&T AVD MXRCHAHT tIKIXtt
noon ahp ioiw
Trent Trust Co.,
afZHBIl HON0LU1TJ STOCK AXD
Giffard fc Roth
TOOK &HD BOND B10ZXU
Memkert Honolnln Stock tii Bond
SUnttnwald BldS., 108 MtroKant H
mJ&t'b&L w . Jkil-jasUJM
L0CAL AND CENERAL
World Atlas. Sunset, 2 CO Sec Tnccdlo.
For a hack, ring up 230,
A. R. Rowal, D. V. S., Territory
See the Nevada Gold Bricks at An
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore
The Floral Parade ndtrrtlien Ho
nolulu. It paji 10 adtertlse.,
Oo and see Jos. Ilotnan to have
your hat cleaned. 122 Beretanla St.
Just received 1'ohuguese union
seed from Madeira. Oonsahes & Co ,
The transport Shc'rpmn will sail fur
San fr'ranclsco at S o'clock this u(Ur
The 1912 Calendar Pada have ar
rived and may be found at the B u 1 1 e
Hawaiian Souvenirs. Wo hae them
out of the ordinary run. Arts and
Turkeys ntul suckllnR pigs. Tur
keys 35 cents a pound. Metropolitan
Meat Market. I
Man) new hats arc being shown by
Miss Power at her Parlors In the Bos
Whitney c Marsh's nnnuat Rale of
muslin underneath begins
Milk delivered by the
unit) mens assoc;biiu.i m auw.uiu.y
putound tot) rich
Have h cane of Pilnin Beer In the
. .!,.., ...11. . in i i..i,i.i
lioimo. All the fatnllj will bo liojlthler
for the drinking of It
"PlBa for Luau." W pig for i2:
tt pig for Sit, delivered. Ask
"Ynina," care Maklnu Urug Co.
If yoil want a good Job douc ou an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mrs Co, 427 Queen SL
Notice tourists: Wanted 3 more for
round-the-island trip by auto at Ter-
rltorlal Guide Service Phone 186:
They'll look llko they were made for
,)ou, when )ou get them Horn ueo. A.
Martin, tailor. Bethel street $J0
P. M. Pond, Constructlne Contrac
tor, makes a Hpcclalty if artcsluti well
.killing. Oet hla estimate. Tclcphono'
Uon't forget Comrade of Oco, W. llo
1ing Post, 0. A. It, that Monday
evening occurs Installation of ofllccra
For distilled water. Hire's Root
Beer and all oiler 1 popular drinks,
ring up phona 2171. Consolidated
8oda Worka. I
Toys and holiday goods at Honolulu
Dry Goods Co , Hotel street, at lowest
prccs. Just see them, and we give
green stamps, too.
New bathing shoes and water wings'
for 'beglnncrB In the water aro to lV
had at, Benson, Sniltb and Co., Ltd. 1
tort and rfpicl atipoft.- m( $
Suit for'ordcr totfnow auso 'wh
crn)an Kaulal shouhl not ,pa $25
counsel fees In ronnoctlnn with the
divorce from his wlft hai been filed
by hcr- o .. I
Whitney & Marah will otter Kicncti
hand-made, underwear at greatly ro-
ducod prices at their aale on Tuosday.
II. II. Parker has been given utttil
January 2 In which to Die hN nnswcl
a the matter of the Kancilic Itaiicli'
company is. the Kaileoho lllcc Mill
The Hughes Musical Comedy com
pany will leave 011 Ita Oriental tour
by the. Pacific Mall liner Mongolia ofr
Jutiuar 29. The company will play
at tlio Bijou fur another week unci!
then muke u two weeks' tour of the
Authority has been given t" the nx-J
ccutora In the estate of the lato Isuac
'festa tov transfer two lota to Mrs.
Puaala Williams and Pohaku Ohull-I
mil, each of whom paid the balance of
the purchase price when the formet
wncr died. I
The postponed regular meeting of
Wm. McKtnley Uidge No. 8, K. P. 1
win lie held this Saturday evening,
Dec. 30th, 1911, at 7:30 p. m. at the
K. of P. Hall, corner Beretanla and
Fort streets. Very Important bual
less to come before the meeting, In
cluding election of officers.
After n retirement rf two houra tlio
Jury jestnrday afternoon brought In
a verdict for the defendant In tlio
case of Charles H. Curry va. John W
'Jathcart. The tUlm wds for $125 for
lihjslclana. alvlco to Mrs. Cathcart,
but the defense claimed lhat the ac
count had been offset by legal advice
given under agreement ouilly,
"The Home of Good Clothes"
JAS: F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Leane
197 KAAHUHANU STREET
.FOR ANYTHING IN
ICE AND COLD 8TORAQE
Our sanitary wagons Is our best ad
vertisement Our tnamel-Ontst-cd cold
storage can not be excelled, and our
distilled wutor and tie speak for them
OAHU ICE A ELECTRIC CO.
ai'oi'st nni;n:ii, irn, owners
A REMARKABLE QUALITY
A dry, clean, fibr-filld, sur
face ' coated papr, producing
wonderfully sharp, cltar nd dis
tinct copies. NO SMUT.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex, Young Building
NUUANU ROAD GIVES
DISTRICT ITS SHARE
Pending completion of the Nuuanu
ro.id, the Ntiunuu Improvement Club
will hnc llttlo In link In the wnv of
p,c Improvements, said Prcalilent
. p Jllll(1 ,,,, morllB Thp tllb
'number, feel that the Nuuanu road
, , , , . , .
work Is us tig up about u muih of
, , . . . ., .. . . ,
IV"5 munk,Pal ,"n,H n" "l" dlaUlcl Is
'f' Julit "l iM llnle- '""' ron"
mllleca. after looking over the field,
,"e taken the lather unustml and
broad view that the club will ask onlj
1 for what It bellmen Ita due.
An liiFlance of this policy Is the at
tltudr taken by the health committee,
wlilc ti. after talking ovci sewerage
mattcrp, decided not to ask for Imme
diate construction of the I'uunul sys
tem, as thcro aro believed to be kov
eral districts whero Hc-weroge la mom
nccHsary now nnd funds for thn work
ore very limited,
. SAILOR BOY SINGERS
S.S. West Virginia
Best blending of voices in the Navy will be
Latest Songs of the Day
fContlnued (rem ro 11
Hams, but thus far their mission has
proved n failure
On Saturday nflcrnoon Mcasra
Evvallko and Kecihokalole went to l.n
linlnu nnd nrgHtilred union clubi nt
Olnwalu, Lnhnlnn and Knntiapnll On
Tuesday evening Kwnllko nrgaulred
nnolhcr club nt Pain and ou the fnl
lowing day he left for East Maul,
where he organized labor clubs nt
Ilium and Klpahulu. Tomorrow morn
ing he will embark on the Rlr.uner
Clnudlne, or whatever steamer come(
up to take her run, for Hllo
Mr. Ewallko regrets the local situa
tion nnd has done bis best to undo the
unfortunate position In which he
found the men. There la n big blun
der somewhere, but no one sccim
generous enough to Humbler the re
sponslhlllty. The men will not find
ready employment with 11 11) of the
plantations, and the county has not
enough work to meet the demand
Tbo men, however, will make good
homcxtcadera on the new Pautvetn
landx that have been opened up b)
the government even If I lie J oulv
work with halt the real and 1 ncrg
they havci been known tit accomplish
at Knhulul, but the men would much
prefer the K11I111I11I work of tossing
bags of sugar like children nt play
than to bend with the hoe rllaclug up
virgin Melds In lesi houra pel ilav
The men will nil be taken back to
work If they apply direct to Supeiln
tendeut Williams, but the latter will
not deal Ibotuch n middleman, prnb
ably for the tcamc reason that the
funnels nrci beginning to realize that I
the) would get more for their pred
ucts by dealing dlrcctl) with the con
"The Jolly Widow"
Selected Films will be shown
I,. Sevcrnucc of Hllo In n Honolulu
visitor having nrtlvcl this moriiluR'
In the Minimi Ken
Fred. Chinch Is a
over Urn New Year
thi'HO who returned
I' f .Inni'B, the
llo was among
In the sleumur
among the p.iSFengers who returner 1
from Hawaii In the steamer Matinn
Ken tbla morning "
Dr. W W. Irwin and Mrs. Irwin of
llnwall nre guests of friends In this
city over the New- Year They wero
nmong the passengers to nrrlva this .
morning In the Mnnnu Ken
C P Morse, geneiul freight ngeiil
for the Ainerlcnn-llawnllan line, haa
returned from n business trip to Ilij
wall nnd Maul lie reports tlio Cc
lumblnn lenving Kahulul with n bun
ncr cargo of sugar.
Edllora Henry W Kinney of tin;
Tribune and W. V, fiabln of the Her
ald took n brief respite from water
ing Hllo grow to make n round tilp
In tbo steamer Malum Ken The tin
wall newspapermen nrrlved this morn
ing nnd nre returning to the Big IbI
nnd metropolis with the excursionist,
leaving here at 4 o'clock this afternoon,
MOVE TO NEW QUARTERS
Milton & Parsons, the popular mil
liners, who hnvc been located for
boiiip time on Hotel Btreet In the Elite
building, wilt open their pallors In
one of the new stores on Port street
In the Pnntheon bluldlng Just nbovu
lllom's new coiner.
This firm of milliners, through ltd
ability to keep abreast of the times
with the latest fashions, has enjo)eet
n good share of the trade of Honolu
lu, nnd hopes to continue to do so In
the new quarters. They will be open
for business on .Innunr) 2nd.
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