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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, MAR. 12, 1912.
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WHITE BUTTON BOOTS
This Season's Shoe
White, Canvas, Mercerized, Linen, '.
Silk and Nubuck
$3.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 and $7.00
Arc You a
Most everyone expects to be a
money-saver tome time.
People who wait until they can
eavo without effort rarely begin
taving at this
$1.00 opens an account, and if
you wish a Home Bank will be
Total Resources..! 79,940.000
Losses Paid 1167,911.530
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
Vi'Mj lit, never expected 1 be, ho
fulhil tn take tint ii
ft.rr you pall, why not ilo lliu
wise lliliu: iiiiiI gel some real proteo
923 Fort Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL E8TATE, INSURANCE,
1 111 t'st jour inline) In II ul I el In
mh orlMng mill It returns tn jou it
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER A SUPPLY CO- LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
CEO. Q. GUILD
HEAD OFFICE O'NEILL BLDa
Kino 8U cor. Fort Tel, 3529
roltuge and small
near Pum hhowl
olf I tirttii lliu.
canli, hahiucn on time.
FOR RENT OR LEASE
$10 Tliree-bedrooni housu with
ucreH, Kill Mi t Ynlliy
Notary Public, Qrants Marriage Li
censes; Draws Leases, Deed
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Waity Building 74 8. King 8trest
Lots In Nuuanu Tract near curllne
from $250 up.
I'holci) largo Iota In Kamehamelm
Park Trait for $800.
FOR RCNT-i'iiiiininillnus llvo-bed-room
house with splendid grounds; $40
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
P. H. BURNETTl!
Commissioner of Deeds for California
nd New York) NOTARY PUBLIC)
Grants Marring Llcenst Draws Mort
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sate, Leasss,
Wills, etc. Attorney for the District
Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST, HONO
LULU. fHDNE 1844.
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Prsferred W. E. LOQAN oV
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
(' HOME ')2
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Bos 82S
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, March 12.
NAM EOF STOCK. Bid. Asked
C. Brewer Co
F.wn Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. k ub. Co. . ..
lliiwnllaii Sugar Co
Honormi Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. ,
Kiiluiku, Plantation Co. , .
Kekaha Sugar Co
Koloa, Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Onliu Sugar Co
Onomea Stgar Co
Pnauhuit Sugar Plant. Cp.
Paia PlaiturBni Co
Pcpcekfii Sugar Co. . ..
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlo. Co
Walluku Suguv Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co. ,
Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. II. T. & L. Co., Pref. .
Hon. It. V. & L. Co.. Com. ,
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Onhu It. & U Co
Illlo It. It. Co, Pfd
II Ho It. It. Co., Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok B.C., pd. up,
Piihnng Hub. Co. (Pd)...
Hnw.Ter.4 (File CI.) .,
Haw. Ter. 4
Haw. Torrl. 4 Pub. I in pa
Cal. Beet Sug. & Iter. Co. C
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd.. 6s...
Hnw. Com. & Bug. Co. 5
Illlo It. 11. Co., Isbub 1901.
Illlo 11. 1$. Co., Con. C ...
Houokua Sugar Co., 6 ..
Hon. Il.T. &L.Co.G ..
Kauai Ity. Co. Cs
KohaU Ditch Co. Cs......
Mrllr de Sugar Co. fis . . .
Mutual Tel. Cs
Onhu It. &L Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pac. Sut.'- Mill Co. Ga
Pioneer Mill Co. C
Wnlalua Agrlc Co. 5 . . .
NutomaH Con. us
Bctweon Boards: $5000 Illlo Ex.
fis, 05; $2000 Illlo Ex. (is, 95; $21,000
Illlo i:x. Ok, 95; 15,000 Illlo Ex. Gs,
95; $4000 Mcllrydo 6s. 100; $13,000
McBryde Cs. 100; 60 Ewa, 32.75; 25
Mcllrydo, 9.G2V4; 34 Oaliu Sugar Co..
40.25; G Oahu Sugar .Co., 40.25; 40
Onhu Sugar Co., 40.25; 20 Oaliu Sil-
. . , J ..,,.
40; 30 Oahu Sugar Co 40; 10 Olaa.
l.u; 1111 uiuu, i.io; 11, 11. v. a.
Session Sales: 5 Wulallla. 130; 6
Oahu Sugar Co., 39.50; 10 Ewa. 32.- cn , tlH tuntlon papers the ncccs-! road and steamship ticket agency, with
50; 10 Ewa. 32.60; 25 lt, 32.50; 50 8ary niimbcr of yean 1)cf()re, ,e u!lieadiiarteia ut Chicago, passed
Lwa, 32.50; 15 Ewa. 32.50; 5 Oahu bandmaster of the Fifth Cuvalry ami ' throush Honolulu on the Siberia yes
Sugar Co., 39.37V4; 40 Oahu Sugar camo tu Amerca from Caiid In 1897 Iterday uiid wus a Usllor ut the Pro
Co., 39.23; 35 Oahu Sugar Co., 39. -I Ti1B Knwnlinnln itiu,rnv,.mnni ni.ii. motion Committee rooms, lie expects
12V4; l.i Oahu Sii',Mr Co.. ,39; 5 Oaliuujw nicct llt 4 o'clock this aflernooni10 return here for several weeks' stay.
Scgnr Co., 39; 5 Walalua, 129.60; 50 PaWe 8orvlce Association head- J0IIN McLAIN lelebrntes his sev
Ewa. 32.50; G3 Ewa, 32.60; 20 Ewa.Viartors to discuss plans for ccttliw 'etity-tlml birthday today. He has 10-
32.60; 70 Kwa, 32.60; 10 Ewa, 32.601
10 Ewa, 32.50; 5 Ewa, 32.60; 60 Ono
mea, 61; 25 McBryde, 9.25; 17 Mc
Bryde, 9.23; 30 Mcllryde, 9.12W; 60
McBryde, 9; 50 Mcllryde, 9; 100 Mc
9fi-ilcgiee Centrifugals, 4.52.
Ity, 5.31. 88-dcgree Analysis
Beets Sugar, 4.52cts
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stock uud Hand
FOItT AM) MKHCIIANT HTIIEKT.S
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stork and lloud
Slnugeuwiild llliltf, 102 Merchant SL
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loan
137 KAAHUMANU STREr.T
FOR ANYTHING IN
Eddy Cblslett. formerly with the HI-
lent Burlier Shop, has joined the staff
of artists at the
MODEL 8ANITARY BARBER 8HOP
Bethel and King Streets
E a. SYLVESTER - E
Bulletin Waul Ads nll ilud It.
1 L0CAL m mmi
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Dig school atlas, Wcck.y Call, $2.10.
The only Curtis blp.ane In town Is
at tho Anchor saloon.
It goes without Baying that every
thing l Best at The Encore.
Have a look nt the Art Flow or
Store, 1033 Bishop street, Young
building. Phone 1374.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-lslnnd at f6. Lewis
Stables and Oaruge, Tel. 2141.
It you want u good job duu ou an
aulo or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Quean SL I
For a swell line of St. Patrick and
j Easter Cards go to Wall, Nichols Co.,
I Ltd., King street. Just received.
They'll look like they were made for
you, when you get them from (Jeo. A. .
Martin, tailor, Bethel street. $20 ,
and up. 1
For distilled water, Hire's Root
lleer and all otter popular drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consolidated
Leading Hut Cleaners, formerly of
No. 1164 Fort street, removed to new
C. M. Cooke building, lleretatira street
Promote Hawaii by mulling the
Bulletin Special Kdllloii lo all!
jour business correspondent as well
us to jour friends.
Hans U Derby has declared his In
tention of becoming a citizen of tho
United States. He Is from I)onm.ir!
and came to this country In l'JOfi.
Tho Woman s flulld ami Auxiliary
of St. Clement's Church will huh)
their weekly Lenten sewing meetln:;
this nfternoon at
30 in tho Parish
Beautiful Hugs and other gools
huvo arrived. Bring your Qreen
Stamps In and tnko whatever sultH
you. Show Hnom Beretunla and Fort
By (lie Lifrllno tomorrow Henry
Muy & Co., Ltd., will receive a ship
ment of fresli California egitnbles
and "Puritan" Creamery butler. Tel
Yeo Bong 800, a Korean who was
accused somo time ago of kidnapping
a Korean womnu hns now married
hor. Shu recently obtained a divorce
from her husband.
Fred. L. Waldrun, Ltd., has been
made local representative of thu West
ern Pacific Railroad, which cuierates
11 conjunction with tho Toyo Klsen
Kalsha steamship line.
How about trading that property of
youra for somethlug you would like
better? Maybe tho liland Investment
Company, Ltd., has Just what you
want. Call 'phone 1884,
The "Spanish class" at the Y. M. C.
A. is claimed to bo a success. There
aro eleven people studying the Span
lull language. Tho class meets to
night and this Is tho last opportunity
It Is roported that O. Fred Bush,
sales manager for the Honolulu Iron
was subK)cuneil, to appear In
.' 'm Kovcrnmcnt ciso ngalnst
the ..balhtll,, ,rllRt.. ,,,, , I)o,r(),ti
I,,,. ..... n,i
Urillln.,, Inn... P.ln l.,. nMn1lA.i r...!Plt1ll.
i.i ,,,,le,ill,,nlni, ,...rU !. i,.v.
a right-of-way to tho beach lots near
Makupuu Point which wcro recently
purchased from tho (lovernment.
Action on tho application' of N. V.
.Mull, caunsol for Lot K. C. Luue, toi
tho Board of Agriculture and Forestry
yesterday afternoon for permission to
shoot cuttle, pigs, horses and other
animals In the Kau forost reserves has
been deferred for further considera
Matters In connection with the cast
of Carty against Sheriff Jarrett,
winch has been
Judge Cooper's court wont to tho Jury
.11 ii-ii iiiiuuivB tu 1. hub morning. 1
The Jury adjourned for lunch shortl)
afterward and Is excctcd to,announcu
Its erdlct this afternoon.
Hltuutlon wanted by young iliuin ns
mllector, Active and full of ambi
tion, Address "A J II," this oltlce.
Furnished room for gentleman bourd
if desired two blotks from car barn.
Tf Iv'Iiiiim ki. r.is:i."i
0R oiE I Hie remaining- piopirty to the persons
t therein entitled and discharging petl
1912 Hupiuoblle runabout; 2000 miles tinner and sureties from all further re- ,
mileage only Buggy top aiul cover, sponslblllty herein: It Is Ordered, that
wind shield, speedometer, fore doors, Monday, the 22nd day of April, A I). '
tire and trunk rack. Address "Navy," 1812, at 9 o'chnk a in, before thu'
llullitlu otllce 6183-lw Judge presiding llt Chambers of said I
I Court at his courtroom In the old Y.I
i HARRY ARMITAGE.. Special Partner
I H. C. CARTER Qsnsral Partner
J. 8. A. WALKER General Partner
U..sa, kmwmltA e P 'lhut all persons Interested may then
r8iTV UlTlll3&e & LC'iiml there appear and show cause. If
w . " . . "
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8
O. Box 6C3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and
' Cable and Wireless Address
All kinds of typs arrangemsnt,
and facsimiles of hand-writi.ig.
Made on short notice.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Fulling prices on the stock market
temptcijf enough Investors yesterday
niul today to make the transactions
both between hoards and nt tin- ses-
''n "t the stock exchange this morn-
ling of respectable size.
Between hoards there was some ile-
iiiand lor bonds, evidence that soma
people have plenty of faith In the ill I -
mate strength of Hawaiian sugar si-
The stock sales wire In small blocks
usually, and at bargain prices, tho
general trend being below cstcrday's
quotations. A good deal of Oahu Hug
11 r sold from 40 25 dnwnwnrds to 39,
and Hun dropped from 33 to 32 50, n
number of small orders being lilted.
Mcltrdc was In some demand at 9.
Wiilalun cloed nt 129 50. Olaa was
ought sparingly nt 7,75 between
hoards, the bo.ird limitation being 7
Id mill 7.50 asked
The bond sales were In Illlo Exten
sion sixes nt 95 and Mcllryde sixes
MltS. BERTRAM 0. RIVENBUIUHI
!hns been qulto 111 for three duys with
1). W. FISHER, father of Hccretury
of the Interior Fisher, who was 11 Sl
borla passenger, called on the Cov
C. P. NOYI.'S AND MRS. NOYUS of
Ht, Paul, Minn., urn tourists now at
the Mnatin. Mr. No)cs h a member of
the firm of Noyes Bios. & Cutler,
prominent wholesale druggists of St.
F. E. SCOTT, bead of the blir rull-
8,d"1 l,eri" for " BouJ "lu"y l'"r8'
I The shoeing of racehorses when horse
ruclng was ut Its hilght here, brought
i"1"1 umm ,u """ ''" -""iii
ot the feet of nearly nil the wlnmrs
ol lhut ,ll,y'
NbW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANK8.
The family ot the lute A. II. Moss-
lnJ.UI1 W,h , extend their thanks to
le . frlP(Ill ,, ., ,,,,, ud
extended their s)iiii.ithy In their re
cent bereavement tt
IN THE ClItCt'lT COURT. riHHT
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate At Chambers, No. till!. In the
matter of thu Estate of August P C
Correa, late of Honolulu, deceased Or
der of Not Ire of 1'illtlon for Allow
ance of Accounts. Determining Trust
and Distributing the Estate. On read
ing and tiling thu petition and accounts
of A. I) Castro of Honolulu, City and
County of Honolulu, ailiululstrator of
tho estate of 'August C Correa, de
ceased, wherein t thinner asks to be
allowed $100J.k5, and cjiarved with
$12t)9.tiC, and asks that the same hu
examined and approved, and that a
unai oruer ne maoe 01 iiisiriouiiou 01
1 A nil ng, in Honolulu, i-iniiuy
of Honolulu, be and the same herehv j
Is appointed the time and place for
I hearing said petition mid accounts, and
. ....... ...
"" '"') nave, uuy ine same snoiiui
I1"" '"' grunted, and may present el- j
'hnce as to who ale entitled to the
said prop' rly By Ibe Court JOHN,
MAI1CAI.I.INO. Clerk, Flist Circuit
Court Dated thu litis day of Maich,
5183 Mar 12, 19, 26; Apr 2
lrPV! f il
aVBkaaaaaal aaaaatr' 1
VB HOW COLD IT WAS THIS MORN- Mil
11 1 We will supply you with the means mMl
'B22HI to the information. IbWbbI
lj House, 25 Cents) Bath, 50 Cents) JAJM
B Dairy, 50 Cents) Self-Registering, eHatM
HBl $4 to $6) Fever, $1.25 to $3.59) fsRB
3IH- Chemicall, $2 to $7.50 IBr
IHI A LARQE ASSORTMENT S
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., M
Ml HOTEL AND FORT STREETS L
PRESENCE OF LEPER IN TACOMA
CAUSES SCARE AND SENSATION
TACOMA. Wash. Feb. 12. Dlssen
slon oer the ireseiice of John Husklii
Early, the !ep,r, at .Siiiuiuit View, 11
Tiuoiua suburb, aioiu so high today
that iwreiitM In tho neighborhood
would not penult their children to at
tend school. They said at least two
children bail hem Indirectly exposed to
the disease. These two pupils were
sent home, with Instructions to visit
tho county !i)sk-lnn and obtain cer
tllh'.iUs. The children nre Charles Windt,
brother of Claire 'i ndt, 11 girl of 17,
who was cmp!o)eil In assist Mrs.
Early In boiisi work, and the Utile
daughter of William lllttncr, who bail
worlnil for Early.
Commissioner Makes Address,
County Commission! r Martin vis
ited Summit View today and made an
address at the depot, slating every
lirt-ciiiitlnn bad been taken and that
Early and bis family had a right tn
live. The board will take formal ac
tion Thursday and hear the protests.
The county will send lumber to
We (iAve tha Famoui
Reefers for Boys
They are the nobbiest and best
wearing Heefert you can get.
$6.50 $7.50 $8.50
Bring the boy in and let us
'The Store for Onml Hottics"
Elks' Building King Street
Summit View tomorrow and several
woikmen, who wilt construct 11 three
room 1 ullage for the leper. 3flU fiet
from the home where bis wife, chil
dren and uiothcr-ln-law will live
Around II will b n double wire fence,
Incloilng one acre. I'-irly will tt
Kept Inside the Inelosure.
Mrs. Early Protests.
' "Even If my husband did haw It.
then would hi no iLingir of conta
gion," said Mrs. Early today "lie
has been lery. wry careful. It makes
mc feel terrible to think that nil of
these pinple who tisnl to be such
good friends hnw suddenly turned
against us. Why, they run past our
housu when they go by. They don't
want to even speak to us now. And
not nnii of tin-in can ever say that he
i'M-r came In contact with my hus
band or with anything my husband
"We don't know whether John has
It We hope to Ood that he has pot.
But whither he has or not. U Is most
Inhuman nod unchristian for them to
treat us as they do"