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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1912.
null linalit -
boind satis- '
do not enter the homo where a
Saving Account hat been a part
of tho daily life.
Open a Savings Account today
and make systematic deposits of
some part of your earnings.
Total Resources.. 79,840,000
Losses Paid (167,911,531
C. Brewer k Co., Ltd.
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
Yen; lie nover expected to bo, no he
failed to take out a
Hcfnro you sail, why not do tho
U'Iko thing ond eel Homo rcul protec
tion. 8TANDARD PROSPECTS
Jas. W. Pratt
RCAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE,
923 Fcrt 8trot
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO,
THINK IT OVER-
If you 'want to do away with all
chanco in picking out stood shoos try
PACKARDS A ji Hw
A nf I VVOfA Last
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
OEO. O. GUILD Manager
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King Street Corner Fort
A. II. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 255J
$.500 to $15,000
$6000--Two Buildings und Lot 60x200,
$2400 House nn, Lot 67x187, near Ma-
klkl Flro Stntlnn.
$3000 House and Uind, 1.69 acres, en
$3000 About 7 Acres at Puunul, near
$ 500--Lot near King St, and Kallhl-
wacim School; 50x100. Easy
payment. Llhcrul discount for
0 400 Ono iicro lot on Alown Heights.
$ 190 Lot 50x100 at Kalrr.ukl. near
Tort Rugcr. Easy payment.
Notary Public, Grants Marriage Li
censes: Draws Leases, Deedi
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Watty BoUdlng 74 S. King Street
FOR SALE large house and lot In
Kallhl planted to bearing grape vines
and Irult trees. A good investment.
FOR RENT A neat six-room cot
tage at Paluma $16.
Flno elght-rooin house with sewer.
electric light mid gas, and largo lunal;
completely screened. $10.
A nleo roomy cottage In 11 nulct. good
neighborhood In town. $22 per month.
J. H, SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
We deal In Ifsted and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95.' Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LOGAN &
CO. Room 17. Bacon Block, Oakland.
FOR ANYTHING IN
OLIVER G. LAN8ING
eo Merchant Street
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 P. 0. Box 523
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Mny 0.
NAME OF STOCK. B1(L JUlted
C. Brewer & Co
Ewn I'lantntlon Co
Hawaiian Auric. Co
Haw. Com. & Sub. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
llonomu Sugar Co
Honokna Sugar Co
litilku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Ktthukti Plnntctlon Co. .. .
Kcknha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Onhu Sugar Co
Onomcn Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
l'aauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Palu Piantnflon Co
Pcpcokeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlalua Agrlc. Co
Wnlitiku Sugar Co
Walmannlo Sugar Co
Walmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawi.ilnn Fluctrlc Co. . . .
Hon. U. T. & L. Co., Prcf. .
Hon. It V, & I.. Co.. Com. .
Mutual Telcphono Co. . . .
Oahu II. & L. Co
Hllo It. It. Co.. Pfd
Illlo n. II. Co., Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hnwallan Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong Olok It.C, pd. up.
Pulmng Hub. Co. (I'd)...
Haw. Tor. 4 iFlroC.) ..
Haw. Terrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Cal. Ilert Stig. & Rcf. Co. 0
Hon. (Ins Co., Ltd.. Ca...
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
Hllo It. It. Co., Issue 1901.
Hllo ILK. Co.. Con. 6X ...
Honokna Sugar Co., 0,; . .
Hon. R.T. &L. Co. 6 ...
Kauai By. Co. 6a
Kohala Ditch Co. 6a
McBrydo Sugar Co. 6s . . .
Mutual Tel. Os
Oahu It. &U Co. D
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. g ....
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Wnlalua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
Nutomaa Con. 6a ;..
1 CO '4
Between Hoards: $5000 Hllo Ex. fia,
91. B0: 16000 Hllo Ex. 6a, 4.50; 10 Wnl
nlua, 131. DO; 2000 H. II. & M. Co., 20;
16 Oahu, 29; 34 Oahu, 29.
Session Sales 12 Mut. Tol. Co., 18.
12H: $1000 Hllo Ex. 6s, 94.H0; $1000
Illlo Ex, Cs, 94.r.0; fi Onhu, 29; 17 Oa
hu, 29; 20 Oahu, 29; 7 Oahu, 29; 13
Onhu, 29; 10 II. C. & S. Co., 45; 10 II.
C. & S. Co., 45.
Latest sugar quotation: 3.98 cents,
or $79.65 per ton.
IEW UIQHOIISE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FOttT AMI JIKltl'HANT STltKKTS
HARRY ARMITAGE.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
8. A. WALKER General Partner
Harry Armitage & Co.,
8T0CK AND BOND BROKER8
P. O. Box 633 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Slock uud Iloud
Stangcnnnld Illdg., UK! Merchant St.
JAS. t. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loans
$57 KAAHUMANU STREET
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks' Building King Street
' Honolulu Itapld Transit & Land Co,
employes held a vory successful ball
nl tho K. or I'. Hall last Saturday
night. It was their seventh annual af
lairnnnYns usual, tho Rapid Transit
111011 wnro splendid hosts and tho
danco was enjoyed by all.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307,
The only Curtlsa blpiano In town la
at tho Aucl(or saloon.
It goes without saying that every
thing is Best nl The Encore.
Picture-framing, Arta and Crnfa
Shop, Fort above Hotel street.
Plans aro under way for an addition
al story on tho Kaplolanl building,
Always buy at tho stores that give
Oreeu Stamps. Thcy'ro as good as
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tho Metropolitan Ment Market la of
fering aomc delicious llsh and butter
Wanted Two moro pnsscngera for
around-the-Island at $6. Lewis
Stables and Oarage. Tel. 2141.
If you wont a good job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Island agents, Everready Auto start
er; auto repairers; M. ('. King, mgr..
Queen and Mllllnnl Sis Phono 3636.
"Perfection" In Scoteli whiskey la to
ho had from W. ('. Peacock & Co.,
Ltd., tho firm that caters to family
Tho Owl Cigar, now selling for II vo
cents, has been tho most popular elgat
lor twenty years. Ask your dealer for
Thcro Is alwnys something doing at
llalelwa. Tho trains go to tho door
and It Is n good rldo through beautiful
Bccnory all tho way down.
Joso Martin doa Santos, tho chauf
feur who waa In the machine wrecked
at Kau last February, died nt Ids
homo In Illlo last Wednesday.
Something new. Itoyal Navy bi
cycles. Frco wheel, roller chain,
nickel rims, double brakes, $10.00.
Dowson Bros., Smith and Hotel Sts.
Thoy'H look like they wcro made for
."ou, when you get them from Ceo. A.
Martin, tailor, Bothel street. $20
.lapancso throughout the Territory
celebrated their annual nth of May hol
iday, great streamers in the likeness
of (lshcs floating over many shopa and
Hotter get some of that black sand
from tho Honolulu Construction and
Drnying Co., In the HiiIiIiihoii building.
Queen street, nnd uso It with tho soil
where you iiuvo plants.
From Maul comes tho nows that
.loo Fernandez, said to ho the oldest
Porlugueso o lithe Island, Is lost from
hla homo In Kuln and the Sheriff's
for 00 Is searching for him.
For tho thiol Jlmo a persistent Jnii
ancso has tried to force his way Into
I ho leper settlement nnd hns been
ejected, being landed at Lahalun tho
last tlmo by tho Mlkahnhla Thursday.
Don't tako any chances of having
your clothes mined by ordinary dry
cleaning. SVnd them to tho French
laundry, 777 King St., where Ahadlo's
French Method of Dry Cleaning la
Following tho conferenco between
Governor Frear and tho Hawaii Loan
Fund Commissioners, tho Commission
is planning to call for bids in July for
n number of pieces of road work on
tho belt line.
Plain) nro now complete for tho now
King's Daughters' Home, tliu plana
having been drawn by Architect II. L.
Kerr. Tho building scheme Is said by
tho committed In chargo to bo nu un
usually lino ono.
Tho Honolulu Amiiaomont Company
will closo up and get rid of tho Or
pheum. Park and Savoy theaters.
Thesu havo been dnrk for n largo part
of U10 past year and tho nmusomont
company wishes to concentrate its of.
lortB on tho IIIJ011 and Ita Island chain
C. Klttredgo Sturtovant nnd W. N.
I). Baxter, two Seattlo men visiting
here, havo plana for a $7I0,000 hotel
on Piinclibonl. From tlmo to tlmo
tliero has been tnlk of a Punchbowl
hotel, but nothing has rtinio of any
previous schenio becnuso Iho Federal
(lovcriimcut has the land for military
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 3, 1912.
From 1030 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Kalulkal (k) it al to I. I. McCiind-
P II Iluriictte, tr, and wf. to .Manuel
Kiuii'hoit Maku. to William K Caatfu I)
Moholo Miuumull to Chilli Wal, Fnt 1)
Wong M011 ami uf to William It
Castle, tr M
Manuel Leal mid wf to II A II con.. 1)
Joseph Leal and wf to II A lleen.. 1)
William 1C Kiiliolokal to Wullultu
Hugar t'o L
Chung CI1.111 to Emma A Defrles
und IihIi itel
Emilia A Dofrhs and bsb to Cluing
Est or II P UlMliop by trs to A H
Jacob W Hack 11 ml wf to Mutual
InVKtmt Co of II Ltd M
Margaret E Schmidt nnd hsh to
(Iliardlan Trust Co Ltd M
N'alelmniiio I'l-keleliemu (w) to
Tlicoan () llelllveau D
Est of II P lllxhop by trs to Kuan-
kill Wright L
Entered for Record May 4, 1912.
From 8)30 a. m. to 10:30 a, m,
Mrs Pllahl Kulolinainahii to l'ranlt
L Kalulmuinahii I)
First Itanlc ut Illlo Ltd to Cbas
K K111111110 1 Itel
M V Aluhou mid wf et nl to Ku-
knlla (lti : l)
W M Minimi nnd wf to Mrs Emma
A Dlmoiid j)
Kc-liiibiiloa ami wf to L L McCiind-
Maria (i l'reglll and hsh to Nina II
Edith E Pond ami lisli to John J
NkIiik King Vte to Wong Tin
L'"'k. tr us
Court of Land Registration.
First Hank or Illlo Ltd to Mrs E
A Niiwnhl Hcl
Mr i: A Nauiihl In First Dank of
Hllo Ltd jr
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
has just boen opened. Beautiful
shades and colors.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEX. YOUNG BUILDING
nialeil propoiaM will be received by '
the Loan Fund I'ommlssloii ut tbci'it ,
mid County of Honolulu up to twclvu
o'clock noon of Saturday, May IS, I'.I12,
for the construction of llfty-llve thou-1
sand, live hundred und twenty-four nnd
three-tenths lineal feet (r5.&24.3', or 1
ten ami llfty-twn hundredth miles of
highway, designated as Section Two
of tile (Mini licit Itoad, anil extending
from the iiul of the present luacaiiu
mleil road In Wnlalua District,
through Wnlaiiac-ukn and Walplo Dis
tricts, to the macadamized road at Kl
papa Gulch, In Hie District of Walplo,
City and County of Honolulu.
Proposals uliall bo on forms furnish
ed by the Commission.
Each bidder shall Mate III bis prn
PomiI: (I) A specific sum for which lie will
furnish all labor, tools and material,
except as Hpccltlci! to be furnl-died by
tile City uud County of Honolulu, nec
essary to complete tlie work i ac
cordance with the plans and specifica
tions. (S) The date upon which he will
agree to have the work completed.
The fnmmlxslnii. In determining
which hid Is the lowest, will consider
the difference In lime of promised eoni
plellon Mated III the bids at the rale
or Fifty (If.Ofl(i) Dollars for each day
Proposals shall tie In a sealed en
velope Addressed to T. II Petrle. Kce
renry of the Loan Fund Commission,
City and County of Honolulu, Itooin
III. Young Building, Honolulu, mid
plainly marked on the outside, "Pro
posal for the Construction of Section
2. Oahu Belt Ilond."
All proposals shall be aeenitipanleil
by 11 certified check for a sum eiiial to
live (3) per cent, of the tender.
Plans, specification), and forms of
lenders can be bad on application l
the Engineer of the Commission, n
Stuart Johnson, Itooin fil, Voiing Build
A deposit of Ten ($10.00) Hollars
will be required for eneli set of plans
and speclllcations taken.
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City and County of Honolulu.
(iradtiate male nurse wants care of
Invalid special In massage, hydro
therapy Address "Nurss." H:i
Kaiilnwela lane. r,2nfl-2t
Experienced white lima for plantation
Apply Merchandise Dcpt , c. Brewer
& t'o. r,2.t0-tf
E. I. HAN'KH n nnllln l,.. l..b..
chnrgo of Kakankn mlsslnu, following
mi' visii 01 itev. iiyuer lo the roast
mid tlin Imininrnrir ulnte,,lul.l.. ..I
IJNtllriEKIt A. C. WHEELER re
liirned yesterday from tho Island of
Maill Will, KllMI-lnt .Ifltn ,.. ....-I.'..
him to completo plana for tho 1000
1001 conrrcio wnari 10 no liilllt al Ki
lled, construction on itnrt nt whleii will
begin sliortly. Not all of tho dock can
no uiiiu uiioer 1110 present appropria
tion, but tho plans for tho entire
structure will bo drawn nml ti, r..
iiinlnder llnished as soon as funds, nro
'LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Board of Harbor t'onunisslnti-
ora are calling for tenders on tliu pipe
to he used In tho lino along tb.i wat
erfront. About 13,000 feet will be to-
About 200 Immigrants were re
leased from Quaratitlno Island today,
leaving about 250 persona still there.
President Pratt, of tho health depart
ment, said tills morning that rlxty
flvo cases of pieasles, two cascn of
mumps and ono of diphtheria r-m.iln
in the hospital
Superintendent Campbell of the
Public Worka department today Is
sued a call for tendon) for tin' ron
ktructlnii of a doriulto'ry for tho boys'
Industrial school at Walalee, Onliii,
and for the erection of nn ndditloii for
a kitchen, pantry and storeroom to
the present dormitory i)t that liietllu-
Stnylato (at 11:45 P. M. -rlie light
Is going out.
Miss Weiiry Aro you going to let
It beat youV
Have you tried Iho lino, fresh and
erlip ota crackers that tore manufac
tured dally at
They nro on s.-ili- at all grocery
stores. Tr Itiem now and ou will
nier want any other.
TAX APPEALS IN;
TOTAL IS HUGE
(Continued from Page 1)
Esfnte. Ltd.. land l'ort and Hotel
street .s initiation returned $14."i.noo, as
sessed $311.01(1; Charles Brewer Es
tate, Ltd., laud Hotel mid I'nlon streets
valuation returned $IS,7I0. assessed
SI.VOOO; The Dowrett Co.. Ltd.. eleven
rases, valuation returned $2M,936. ns
essed Jfi,",3,9."0; eslalo of .lames Camp
bell, land on Fort street, valuation re
lumed $104.0(10. assessed $CJJ. ir.rt;
trustees of Mnry Mclnerny, Intnl at
Merchant and Fori streets, valuation
returned .tGl.MO, assessed
.Fort and King
Mciutyre Building Co.
streets, valuation returned $llo,onn, ns
sessed $172,."iOn; W. Wolters, I'yclo-
mere tract, Union street and Adnnia
lane, valuation returned $r,n.r,nn. as-
scsscd $100,703; Bishop Museum, land
on King street leased to K. P. Thoinns,
valuation returned $.'920, nssessed $13.-
fir,.": Koolau ltallway. general assess-
ment. valuation returned $27,191, as-.
sessed $31,200; Koolau Agriruiiurav
Co., general assessment, valuation re-'
turned $24,941.80, nssessed $S3.10.r.O;
Heein Agrluulturnl Company, leasehold
3000 acres of land from Bishop Kstntc,
valuation returned $.8,78i, nssessed
$119,r,00; Kualna Itancli, two rases,
valuation returned $3.,19:i, nssessed
$117,810; E. II. F. Wolters. thirteen
eases, valuntlou returned $20,013, as
Tho ligurcH for the nlhcr Islands
Second Taxation Division Maul nnd
Haleakiiln Itaneh Co.. returned $1.10,.
(too, assessed $200.0110; Wnlluku Sugnr
Co., returned $3.2.,n,fl00. usseasrd $!,
2.-.0.000; W. O. Aiken (Makawaol. re
turned $1170, nssessed $2712: W. O.'
Creek (Mnkawao), returned $U'fl. ns-j
sessed $2000; V. O. Correa (Makawao),!
returned $0.",r,0, nssesfed $798.",. J
Totals Iteturned $3,100,170, assess-
ed. $1,403,297; dllTorciiro, $1,01.121.
Third Taxation Division Hawaii.
Hnkalaii i'lantntlon Co., returned $1,
nOO.OOO, nssessed $2,000.00(1; l'aauhau
Sugar Plantation Co., returned $1,100,
ono, nssessed $1,000,000; Kalopn Agri
cultural Co.. Ltd.. returned $."0,fl00. as
sessed 6l.3r,0; Wehn Agricultural Co.,
Ltd.. returned $30,000. assessed $03,.
700; Knhaupu Agricultural Co.. Ltd.,
returned $1178.10, nssessed $r,0SO;
Tropic Agricultural Co., Ltd., $18,000,
assessed $2.r..ooo; Hllo Sugar Co.. re
turned $1,51)0,(100, assessed $1,830,00(1;
.1. D. and A. B. Spreckels, returned
$11,'.i:0, nssessed $4R..1S.; Sam Fpa of
tho Ilnwallnn Evangelical Association.!
loturned $1000, nssessed $lS.8S."i; Po-i Lurllne Report.
nnbnwnl ColTeo Co., Lttl., returned ' Tho following wireless messngo haa
$71,192, assessed $73,900; Mrs. Vlcto-lheen received hy tho ngenta of tho S.
rla Ward, assessed $10,100, returned
$18,700; Honokna Sugar Co.. returned
$800,000. nssessed $1,350,000; Olna Su
Mir Co.. Ltd.. returned $2,2.'i0.(i00, ns
sessed $3,000.(101); Haul Mill and Plan
Intlon Co.. Ltd . returned $S00.noo, as
Kossod $1 300,1100: Iliad Plantation Co..
Ltd. $17.000,. assessed $l'1.0(l(l; Hind
Estate, John lllud trustee, returned
$1200, assessed $3S7.'i; Walakea Mill
) XK JIK JjO JfJ IX J J Jl JIJ JIJ
EiS al ii i! 511 i it Six i si xi Ji" l
Will Continue Until
i "iSJj ix W. Mi. ,1li jtu mH ii xtx aw xix
iCo.. relumed $1.12Vunii, assessed $!.
fidii.oon; llamakua Mill Co.. returned
Sl.lliin.dlio, assessed $1,100,000; Nlillll
Mill Plantation Co. returned $400,.
, 111111, nssessdl IMO.ooil; Kotia I)eveloi
1 ment Co.. Lid., $99,090. assessed $17.".
ono; West Hawaii ltallroad Co.. Ltd.,
relumed $2.". 173. nssessed $3S.970; Pa
nullo Agricultural Co.. Ltd.. returned
$2i'i.fio3. assessed $4".r2r,; Hiimuiiln
Sheep Sfntlon Co., returned $70,000. as
' sesseil $lor..il0i; Kohala Sugar Co.. re
I turned $3s'U..7l. nssessed $75.00O.
Totals -Itvttirneil $U.2i.i2.,.ll. as
sessed $10,011,10, dliTorenco $1.3S2,
313. Fourth Taxation Division Kauai and
(!ov ii ltoblnsnn (Mnkawell). re
tiirni'd $f"2.2IO, nssessed $1,102,210;
Hawaiian Sugar Co., returned $1.000..
(too, assessed $4.fi2.i.niK); Koloa Sugar
Co.. reiurtiod $S'I),II00, assessed $1,-
' 100.00": l.lhue Plantation Co.. ret
' $3.2(s."0n, assessed $3.r,00.(ifi0.
Totals Itelurned $9.(132.240. nsscsK-
cd $10,327,210, dlffereneo $l,29r,,00il.
Cirnnds Totals ol : I)IITereitce--Oaliu,
$1,137,007; Maui. $l.0SI 121; Hjwnl,
' .4.-2.34:, ; Kaunl, $1.29.,.000. Total,
The JI11I Niinu Club, wblcli emtio
Into iiiitliiiuil prunilnenie through tho
fact Unit Imku Kabanmiiokii Is a mem
ber, held an miiiuul meeting last night
mid worked nut a plan of reorganiza
tion that Mils fair to Put It lo the
front of athletic clubs In Honolulu.
A constitution and by-lnv, which
I coiinldcrably lirnnden the scope of tho
, club's Held of action, was submitted
1 hy W. T. Itawllns, nnd was put
through. The llul Nulu Club Is now
denned ns nn organization to promote
among Its members the sports of
swimming, canoeing, rowing and ath
letic pastimes W1lcl1 lend to Improvo
tho physical development.
The club decided to tako care of
Duke Knlinnmnoku'H expenses out of
the chili treasury, nnd not to pass. Iho
lint among the public again unless,-ili-solutely
necessary. A meeting of tho
llrrctors will be held Wednesday, nt
which llnaiiclnl matters will be dis
cussed. (Ulcers elected last night were:
President, W. T. Itawllns; vice presi
dent, Lew (J. Henderson: secretary,
William King: treasurer. Alex May.
S. Lurllne. hound for Honolulu:
S. S. LlUtLINE. S 11. tn. Mny r,. 100(1
inllcH from Honolulu; smooth sen; all
well. For Honolulu: I'm cnhln passen
gers, 7 steerage passengers, 404 hagti
mall, 113 W. F. X. matter, 3549 Inn
cargo, in automobiles. For Kahulnl:
4 passengera, 035 tons cargo, Ship
docks at Iho Hackfehl wharf Wednes
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