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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JAN. S, 1912.
On December, 3 i st we will balance
and close our books.
We know now, from comparison,
thai our business for i,g i i has exceeded
that ot any previous year.
That is healthy, and we are progrcs.
sing with the new Honolulu that is
liarly in January, 191,2, we will be
opening the new styles, and shoe designs
recently selected by Mr. W, H. Mclnerny
while in the Eastern shoe centers.
We promise the greatest display ot
new styles ever shown in the Territory.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any detcrlption
P.PCR A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Tort and Quean Streets
GEO. Q. QUILD Manager
Ad. in the
Phone 1 884
8 LOTS near font of 12th Ave., Kill
miikl GOxIOO. I'lno son view. A( 11
siicrl'lco. only J10 each
$450 -IJniiso Mild l.ut 50x100 III Nil
U.11111 Valley, near cur line.
5250 Small l.ut on School St., near
Notary Public, Grants Marriage L.
centos) Drawa Leases, Ooeds
P. E. R. StRAUCII.
Wolty Dulldlng 74 S. King Streot
Wo deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities ot all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate & certificates at SS. Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LOGAN A
CO- Room 17, Oacon Blopk, Oakland,
Chnlco Niuuimi Tract lot near car
line from JJ.VI up, mi eusy terms,
Srurnl good Kiillhl ltoad lotH Icrt;
110 per mouth without Intercut.
Some lino IciIh t I'.Uiiinn, only a
short distance f Kim town.
Other liiinln. lit Million, Pallium, Ka
llhl mid elaewhcro In Honolulu.
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
P. H. DURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for California
md New Yorkl NOTAP.V PUBLIC)
Grants Marriage License: Draws Mort
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
Wills, etc. Attorney for the District
Courts. Tg MERCHANT ST, HONO
LULU. PHONE 1848.
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
(J N 'i
will assist you greatly In saving.
Open a Savings Account with us
by depositing ono dollar or mora
and wo will givo you a bank to
Interest paid on deposits.
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
Total Resources.. $ 79,940,000
Lossos Paid 167,911,538
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
What Is tho us. of paying
for a participating policy when you can
buy a non-participating policy for only
at a lower rate?
923 Fort Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Inter-Inland nnil O, It. & I. Shipping
books fur sale at the U u 1 1 u 1 1 u
cilice, COc each.
Williamson 4 Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers'
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 - P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Kildny, Jim. ,".
NAME OF STOCK DM Asked.
C. Brewer A Co.
Rwa Plantation Co 3J''
Hawaiian AkTtc. Co 2(S
Haw. Coin. & St.. Co. . , . 41 ?i 4'
Hawaiian Sugar Co 16 7
Honomti Sugar Co.
Honokua Sugai Co 12
Hnlki' Sugar Co ifig
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. JIJ 'lit
Kahuku Plantation Co. ,. toji 19H
KqknUn Sugar Co ?Jo
Kolo.i Sugar Co 17;
McBrydo Sugar Co 7 7)1
Onlm Sugar Co j 35
Onomen Sugar Co 4S
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd 5i fi
P..iuhnti Sutrar Plant. Co 26
Pacific Sugar Mill 115 'J5
Pala Plantation Co 169
Pope ltcn Sugar Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co. 227
WaUlua Agrlc. Co 12MV 129H
Wallukn Sugar Co.
Walmanalo Sugar Co sSj
Wuimea Sugur Mill Co. 93
Inter-island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co.
Hon. IL T. 1 Co . Prof.
Hon. K. T. L Co . Com
Mutual Telephone Co it
OaU'j IL t L. Co , 45
Hllo IL IL Co.. Pd
Illlo IL a Co.. Com.... X-,'
Hon. B. AM. Co 21'ri 13K
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd... I
Hawaiian Plnunpplo Co. . 42 41 K
I'abang Hub. Co. (I'd)
t'abang " (Aaa. ii)X I'd)
Haw. Tor. 4X (Fire CI.)
Cal. Bret Bug. V Kef. Co. i 100
Hon. Oaa Co, Ltd., Ca.. loo';
Hamakua D'tcb Co.,
Upper Ditch 6b
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. S
HIlo IL K Co., Issue 1901 ico.S too1
HlloILR.Co.,Con.6 ... 0.1 '' 92
Hnnokna Sugar Co.. 6X
Hon. IL T. & L. Co t .., ,..
Kauul Ity. Co. G-i ....
Kohala Ditch Co. It ion
McUryde tfugai Co. 6a 100
Mutnal Tel. 6a
Oahu Sugar Co X, v ioj
Olan Sugar Ca OX M ' 94 H
Hnc. F.ug. Mill Co. r.H . ... 1044
Flonecr Mill Co. 6X 101 '
Wnlalua Aario Co. SX . lot
SALES Between Hoards: 30 H. C
c 8. Co., ? 12.23; 113 II. C. & S. Co.,
12.23; 50 II. C. & S. Co., $12.23; l'l
W.ilnliiii, JI27.G0; 13 Walnliia. $127 00;
'13 Ohui, $li; $1000 Ol.m Gm, $UI.30;
on di.im si:- ir. rinin. t'tr.. tr. n,i,i. I
$'3; 30 Onlitl. $S3; is' Oiili'u, $33; 20
Onlm. $.15; 30 Oahii, $33; 100 Oaliil,
.!3; ISO nlnn $ii.
SoskIuii SiiIch: 10 Walnlim, $2;
10 Wnl.ilmi, $129; 10 W11I11I11.1, $12.
10 Wnlahn, $129; 20 Onlm, $35, 5 Ka
DIVIDENDS Jim. 5, 1912: H. C. &
S. Co., 25c; Onomua, li.'c; llonomii
NOTICE My nto of lliu dlieclorH
1111 .Inn. 3. 1912, the monthly dividend
of Wnlalua AKilcuttural Co., In In
rrcnhCi fimn 75c to $1 ier shiire, lie
Miming .Inn. 15, 92.
Latest sugar quotation: 4.2c.
Sugar 4.42 els
Beets, 14s 8 1-4-if
HENRV WATERHOUSE TRUST 0.
Memberi Honolulu Stock nd Bond
FOEf AND MEECHAFT 6TEEEI8
IT0CK1 AND BOND!
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBES HONOLULU STOCK AND
Giffard k Rotlt
IT0CK 'AND BOND BH0KEBI
Hemberi Honolulu Stock tad Bond
SUngenwald fildv., 102 Merchant It,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished nd Loan
657 KAAHUMANU STREET
FOR ANYTHINO IN
ICE AND COLD STORAGE
Our HanJtiiry wngons In our best ad
vertlx'inrnt ftur 'niiinel-nnl.sl'eil cold
sloi.ign' can not ln excelled, nnd our
distilled water end Ico speak fur them-
OAHU ICE & ELECTRIC OO.
AfOHST nitlMI'.lt, I.TI), Owners
LOCAL AND GENERAL
World Allan. Sunset, 2.30 See Tweedlc.
For a hack, ring up 2307.
A. It. Ilowat, D. V. S., Territory
Tho only Curtlsa biplane In town is
at the Anchor saloon.
W'liliiiiiio plantation lieKiui KrlmlliiR
on the 1912 crop yestciilny.
It foes without sayibg that every-
thine la Hest at Tho Encore.
Co nud eeo Jos. Iloman to hao.
your hat cleaned. 122 lleretanla SL
Just received I'ortugiiCKO union
r.ocil from Madeira. UonsaUcs &. Co., I
The 1912 Calendar Tiida hate nr-;
rived and may bo found tit tho Hull e
I'aKscnKcra for S. S, Mongolia, have
jour baggngo sealed by City Trnusfer!
Co. Jas. Love.
Estimates on nilfcslaii well ilrllllnn
furnished by l. M. l'ouil, constiuctlug
contractor. Telephone 2890.
February 2:2 h the dale of Hie nil
mini Kloral l'lirndc. llrnu'iiilier It
and lirgln grtlliiR rcinlj now.
"I'lgs for I.tinu." $in pig for $12;
$14 pig fur $11, tlclUercil. Ask
"yiima," euro Maklmi Drug Co,
If you want n good job douc on an
nuto or carriage tnko it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Quoon SL
Notlco tourists: Wanted 3 mnro fur
lounil-tho-islund trip by aulo at Ter
ritorial Ouldo Service. IMiono 1SG2,
They'll look Ilka, they ero mndo for
you, when you get them from Ueo. A.
Martin, tailor, llnthel street. $20
For (Unfilled Water, lllro'fl Hoot
Deer and, all other popular drinks,
ring up phuua 2171. Cunnolhlated
Tho regular meeting of the Hawaii
Viomotlon Commltteo will 1c held ut
the rooms of the c.mimlttcc, today m
3:30 o'clock p. m.
Nlcello Ollye Oil Is guaranteed und
er tho. Food iilial Diuli Act of Juno
llHJi;. It Is the best olive oil on the
iii.il kit. Your grocer has It.
All imike of typewriters lopalied.
Moilcralc rharges for thu best work
which wo gtiurniitco. A. It. Arlclgh &
Co , Ltd., Hotel street near Kort.
Now for thu Now Year's now goods.
Heller than ever and free for Oreeti
Stumps. Show room upiMislto Cen
tral 'lru, Station, UcrctnnU and Fort
Delcvolping tanks for loll 111ms,
Promo packs and dry plates besides
all duvc)oplOg nccexhorics at tho Ho
nolulu 1'holo Supply Co., Fort street,
Alfred Kuscli lias found a line flow
of water In. Investigating an old ar
tesian well In the small plcco of prop
erty he bought recently on King near
M'llkoi street. -
Thu Corni.il order from thu Supreme
Court to enter a nonsuit In the cum:
of J. W. A. ItedlioiiKO against IL J.
Graham was filed In tho Circuit Court
Everyone Interested In puru milk
Bhould call at the depot of tho Ho
nolulu Dairymen's Association tin
Sheridan street and sco tho electric
purifying :lpparutus at work.
Tho Franklin Taylor hot water bag
made of light metal, Is guaranteed
for 11 vo years and sells at Denson,
Smith & Co., t.ti., for thren dollars,
It is said they will hold heat twice
as long as a rubber bag.
The work of clearing out tho jiidl-
cjiiry biildlng ns lliilshed yesterday
and word has been sent tn thu Uiril
Yoiing Company that It can now start
work, tt la understood that thu con
tractors plan taking It ocr Monday.
Manager Zeno K. Myprs of the
Home IlisiiraiKo Company yrsleiday
unimunced that iimipaiiy lias licm ap
pointed general agents In this torrl-
lory ror the Wiiultnulo suiety torn
puny ot St. 1-ouK a well-known sure
Aflpr ii meeting of stockholders of
llumuuma Oil company ycaturday In
tho olllces of A. J Campbell, It was
decided to stop drilling temporarily
on the company's property In trie
Carlsso plains because ol lack of cii9.li
to continue Just now. The well Is
down Home 2I0U feet and funds ll
bo lalhoif (o con 1 1 li no thu work.
Wong Hon ias 111 oil unit against tho
Honolulu ltupld Transit company ju
connection with an assault dio alleges
wuh made on him by Conductor James
Mrtlluuls He ilnlius $5000 and al
leges that ho gae the conductor a
transfer and then later wuh asked for
his fare. When ho refused to gvo It
McOlniils ejected him from tho ear
and on attempting to get back again
lie, beat him (Ui (lie face. .,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Januery 4, 1912.
Quon I'al to V M Wen IIS
Am) A (ouulii and hl to Mary
A 'I Kurrattl I)
Mutl IHiIk A: Loan Socy of Haw
Ltd to Anna M Itork l'arltel
Anna M Ituek anil )il to I'lapk II
Cook ., ,'. .-;.. It
Flunk II .'iik to Anna ,M Itinlc... M
Entered for Record January 5, 1912.
(' T Akau.i Co ct ul to II II llalley
II II llall-y to t' T Allium it al....
Amerli'iiu. aiii'd -'.'. wants work of nuy
kind flerli.il preferred. Addrei-s
"Jt. C", this oltlie. 3U'C-3t
A clean, iliy, llbre-IUUd. sur-fsce-eoalnl
wouiterfully fh.irp copies. AIiko
lutely freo from mint or crock
ing. Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
THE 400 MM
Secretary (lenrge T Kluegel of tho
local Kilts lias Jut Ifxiieil Hie Hcml
liliini.il report fur the last half of last
year A number of lnlercxllng facts
lire git en, mining which are the fol
The secretary's report shows that
luring the first six months of till", lodge
year there were three transfer illmlts
granted mill one iib-xilute illinlt us-
"New members taken In during the
period uie as follows: W. II Deverenx,
N II Young. H. K Stevens, J J. Ayl
wnrd. U S Young. F. (1. W Cooper,
Cv (i ll.irtlitt, li. A. Southworth, II.
M Clttel. It Miinih.
"We lme been tompelleil to strike
fiom our roll, on iieiomit of ileath. the
following: J W. Fun-ell. J. M O.il. II
Itroillek, J. It. Shaw. II. T Moore, F?
"We now- hue u total membership of
nil nine life members, one honorary
member inul Ml ordinary- members.
"Tho-Y M C. A. premise! h.nobieii
actually leaned to the Terrllorl.il go
eminent for one year and will soon I hi
occupied by the Circuit Courts.
"The inaniiKeinent of the club bus
Irfoii placed In the bunds of Uiotber
Kehwelxer, who Is to give hli entlru
lime lo the affairs of the club, and wo
hope that this new arrangement will
materially firnellt conditions In general,
both for the club and (be lodge Tho
club rules are to be more strictly en
forced than eer before, and wlillu tho
enforcing of these, rs-cliilly rule No.
!. may seem a hardship to some. It U
very elilei(t that without tho enforce
ment of the rules referred lo Hie I'llis
dub of lloiynlulii lodge can not bo tho
success Unit It fchnuld.
The lirldlron Club gave Its opening
dinner of the season, President Tnft
being one of the guests
Clarence A llayward, the well-known
lubber oi.ili. li deiiL at I'roxMence
S. A. WAI.KI'll has been mimed as
the alternate of 11. C Caiter on tho
II. I). IlKNNISOX, of St 1-oiiIb, has
retired to his homo after spcnillui
some weeks in the Islands.
MISS 11KI.KN CADWni.I., a well
known Seattle musician, nirlted on
tlm Ilonolulnn yesterday to become n
member of the Oahu College faculty.
SHKIHI'F JAUHKTT has not yet up
pointed new isdlrcmcn for tho city
and county of Honolulu. He Is v.alt
Injj for the supcrvieors lo glvo lilir
"money" before ho could solcct tho
new ineti ur the pollco forco
MIL AM) MILS. THOMAS HAW., of
Seattle, who made tho round trip on
tho Wllhetmliia. left the Islands de
claring (lint thu volcano Is the grand
est sight on earth and In a short week
have beenmc splei)(ld boostetR for tho
Vowel the- liutmrui-tr-'rn nud. r(--nifinher
Hie Mural I'lirmlr.
J fJ M
limine and Lot, l'ulitma I.CiO
House nnd Lot, I'.iliuii.i S.OOO
Ilmisn and Lot, t'ulama 1,:00!
Housa mid Lot, Asyluiu Ito.id..
Iluiduess Pioprrty, Oueeii and
Ilutldliig Lots, llububull TiulI,
K I n.i u Street and Matlotlc
A (line S.'JiOl
llillldlug Lot, lleietanl.i Hlieet . ii 000
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd-Bullding
The rules In connection with Hie
lii.ii nntlning of dogs Is not settled yet
but will again hao lo be thrashed out
Monday afternoon ,n the regular meet
ing of the board of agriculture utiii
'orestry owing to funic alterations
made In the icgtilatlons by thu (luv
crnor. Most of the time nt (ho Inst meet
ing of the board was taken up with
tho discussion of whether or not i!oim
mining from countries that were free
from tho disease would hate to un
dergo tho quarantine. Tho matter was
taken up from etery point, but flnnlly
the hoard decided that there would be
too much complication If the excep
tion were mndo and passed a font
mouth qimraiitlno regulation against
Tho (lot crnor lins now ulteied this
and opened up tho whole question
ngaln Tho regulation as ho has
amended It now reads "Th.tt .ill dogs
arriving In the Territory uf Hawaii
from any state, territory or rmintr'
"vlieie such disease exists etc." Th
trouble with making an exception It
was pointed out during tho hoard
.neeilng was that sonic of tho states
in lie union wore free and others not
and that anyway tho dogs would have
to pass through an affected district
In get here I'nder tho aniondinent
as made nowjt seems that America
will hate to be treated as a. coiintrv
and not us n number of slates.
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
STOP PAYINQ nENT
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
OLIVER G. LANSING
SO Merchant Street
llfel Js5y II
PROGRESS MADE '
ON NEW STATION
The Pearl llaibor channel Is to bo
temporal lly buoyed as soon as tho
Oiedgliig contract Is completed, lly
the 15th or tho month the Hawaiian
Orcdglug Company hopes to hao Hio
last hump cut down and then the
ilghlhoiifo tender Kukul will start tho
work of buoying.
An appioprtatlon of $SO,noo has been
ni knl. for permanent buoys and boa
cons, hut for the present only material
nt hand will be ued. Just onoiir;li
cans and spars will be placed t,o mark
tho jsilnts and mako navigation of thu
harbor entrance possible.
After neatly tluee mouths of work,
the Job of pouring concrete under wat
er In tho first section of tho Pearl
Harbor drydock was completed. Div
ers will be tent down to Inspect tho
IIiNir at fiequcnt Intervals, and whop
the conciclo Is pronounced thoiough
ly sot the crib will be pumped out nnd
a 7-foot lavcr of concrete laid abovo
It In the mhl Inn ry manner. Work on
tho side walls will nlso be commenc
ed. The rrlli lor tho second sertlon Is
completed except for the sheet piling,
.l'l il eonciete pouring will be com
menced soon. Tho ncctind section
work Is suio lo go fastoi than thu
drst, as tho contractors are nmre used
to using and liam mole conlldetice in
tho Tremey sets.
Civil Knglncor ('. A nostrum. IT. 8
N., Is exK'Ctcd on the Mongolia to
moriow. Mr Itostrom will b- attach
ed to the Honolulu naval station Ho
Is the relief or Civil Kuglueei Mor
rill, who left here -nine wool: ago
Mr. Iloitroiu has luen siaiiom-d at
HEAD OFFICE O'NEILL BLDG.
06 King SU cor. Fort Tel. 3529