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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1912.
L 7 vTi I n
nn,1 t,rt al, -
fied. We lmvo
t h o 1 a t o s't
do not enter the home where a
Savings Account has been a part
of the daily lire.
Open a Savings Account today
and make systematic deposits of
some part of your earnings.
BANK OF HAWAII.Ltd.
Total Resources.. 79,940,000
Losses Paid .-. 167,0 1 1.53
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd,
General Agents, Trrltory of Hawaii
Yos; liu never expected to lie, ho ho
fallfil to tuUo out a
He-fore you nail, why not do tho
wise thing and gel boiiib real protec
tion STANDARD PR08PECTS
23 Fort Street
Jas. W. Pratt
VITAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE,
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
THINK IT OVER.
If you want to do nway -with nil
chanco in picking out jjootl shoos try
PACKARDS A ji tlw
A rC I VS3--. LQSt
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER 4. 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
Fori and Queen Streets
QEO. Q. GUILD
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King Street - Corner Fort
STOP PAYING RENT
A. II. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
$6000 Two Hulldlngs and Lot 110x200,
$2400 llnuso and Lot 07x187, near Mo-
klki Tiro Station.
$3000 Houso and Laud, 1.69 acres, on
$3000 About 7 Acres at Puunul, near
$ 500 -l.ut mar King St. nnd Kullhl-
vvneua. School; 00x100, Ilusy
p.i)inent Liberal discount fur
Notary Public, Grants Marriage Li
censes) Draws Leases, Deedl
p. e. rTstrauch.
Walty Building 74 8. King Street
FOR SALE I urge hmixo und lot In
Knlllil planted to lnarliiK Krape vlnex
und fruit tieex A good Investment.
FOR RENT -A neut six-room cot-
tagu at Palamu $11!.
Fine eight-room heuse with sewer.
electric light and mix, and largo lanal;
completely Hcreemcd $10.
A nku inoniy (oltaK" In it iiulet, good
nclKlilinrhniiil In ton 11. $22 pT month
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant 8treet
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 1 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred W. E. LOGAN 6V
CO. Room V, Bacon Block, Oakland,
FOR ANYTHING IN
OLIVER G. LAN8IND
SO Merchant Street
' Lit wK
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1432 F. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, May '
NAMROFJSTOCK. J)ld. Jvsked
C. Brewer & Co
Hwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc Co. .....
Haw. Cum & Sub. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kuhuku 1'lantr.tlon Co. . . .
Keknha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McUryda Sugar Co
Onhu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Ol.ta Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pnlu Plantation Co
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlei. Co
iWalluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Flectrlc Co. . . .
Hon. II. V. & L. Co.. Com. .
Mutu.il Telephone Co. . . .
IllloIl.lt. Co. Pfd
illlo It. 11. Co. Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co, Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Tanjong-Olok It C, pd. up.
Palmng Hub. Co. (Pd)...
Haw.Ter. 4 (Fire CI.) ..
flaw. Terrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Cal Heet Bug. & Tlcf. Co. C
linn Gas Co.. Ltd., Cs...
Haw. Com. & Sub Co. 5
Illlo II. 11 Co., Issue 1901.
Illlo It. n. Co. Con. 0 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co , C
Hon. It. T. & U Oo. 0 ...
Kauai Hy Co. Cs
Mcllryde Sugir Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. Cs
' Oahu Sugar Co 5
, Olan Sugar Co. C
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. Cs ....
Pioneer Mill Co. C
Walalua Agrlc Co. D ...
Natonins Con. Ca
Hetwecn lloaidc 30 Pioneer, 3.'.Go
3'l Olaa, 7.7r,; r.O Oaliu. 2'J; $r,mM Illlo
Kx. s. ai.r.O; r,00 II. C. & S. Co., 4
Sesslun Hales- 19.", Haw. Pine. Co.,
41. HO; 2.'. II. II. & M. assess., 10; If,
Honokaa, 11. SO.
!) degree Centrifugals, 4. 1C1. Par
Hy, 4 J() 88-degreo Analysis Heels,
13. 7 lid.
Latest sugar quotation: 4.05 cents,
or 181.00 per ton.
Sugar 4.05 cts
Beets 13s 9 l-4d
UHY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Member Honolulu Stock uud llund
FOItT AM) MLltCHANT STItEKTS
HARRY ARMITAGti.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER General Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 6C3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock uud llond
Stnngrminld Illdg., 102 Merchant SI.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loans
57 KAAHUMANU 8TRECT
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks' Building King Street
The council of the Nutloual Munici
pal LcuKtii' nt Philadelphia hiis(ui
iipltil tin- Invitation of l.os Aligclex
to hold the UtAt llli-illlli: of iho league,
fioin Jul) .S tu I.', in that ill).
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307. .
The only Curtlss biplane In town la
at the Anchor saloon. '
It goes without saying that every-
thing la nest at The Encore
Picture-framing, Arts and Crafs1
Shop, Port aboo Hotel street.
Always buy at tl,u stores that give
Green Stamps. They're as good us
Tho flro lake nt Kllnuea Is reported
to havo dropped slightly but Is still
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-lsland at JO. Lewis
Stables nnd Garage Tel. 2141.
The Oflioo Supply Company today
slgnod a contract for suppljlng the
steel for tho Judiciary' building
It you want a good job dons on an
auto or enrriago tske it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen SL
The Hawaiian Hand plaed at tho
Territorial Immigration Station, wel
coining 2.'0 Incoming Immigrants
Island agents, Eurrcndy Airto start
er; auto repairers; M C King, ingr..
Queen nnd Mllllanl Sts. Phone 3G3C
Tho May number of Handicraft, the
Kamehamcha Schools periodical, Ik
out this month In a very attractive edl
William Ladd Roxa was sworn In
this afternoon as second deputy Unti
ed States clerk, to succeed George
Judge Whitney this morning grant
ed n decreo of divorce to Alice S. Pe
terson from William K. Peterson. Non
support was the charge g:en.
Hen Wise, defendnnt In the suit
brought by Hose Lee Tjlcr for salary,
was the winner of the suit and not tho
actress, as erroneously reported.
Ho Fee this morning entered a plea
of guilty to the charge of cruelty to
animals. Sentoncn was suspended by
Judgo.Hoblnson for three months.
The $17,000 flume extension con
tract for the Ktila pipe, lino has been
awarded to Hugh Howell of Maul by
the Mnul Loan Fund Commission.
Something new. Koynl Navy bl
cycles. Free wheel, roller chain,
nickel rims, double brakes, $10 00.
Dowson Uros, Smith and Hotel Sis.
They'll look like they were made for
?ou, when you get them from Geo. A.
Martin, tailor, Hothel street $20
Tho San Carlos Milling Company,
which has been promoted by A I). Coo
per, Is getting ready to Install its nine
roller mill on Its "central" silo In tho
I'resh California Vegetables and
"Puritan" Creamery llutter will bo re
ceived by tho Lurllno tomorrow morn
ing. Henry May & Co., Ltd. Tele
New York tobacco bujorx object to
tho Kona tobacco on the ground that
It lx nitt n Ktt.ndv burnt, r. nlul n now
I kind of tobacco jnny bo developed to
lit the needs.
The enses of Gomez against Whitney
nnd KoycB. against Whitney, suits
growing out of tho fnmous strike cases,
have beuu set by Circuit Judge Cooper
for henrlng Ma) 14.
All developer used at Onrrcy, Ltd.,
Is mixed fresh dall) and all films ale
developed by hand You will be suro
of tho bes results If ou take Jour
lllms to (lurrcy, Ltd., Klfiii Fort street.
The Junior brunch of the Hawaiian
Philatelic Association will meet Wed
nesday afternoon nt 4 o'clock nt the
V. M. C. A. Members nre requested 1o
bring duplicate stnmps fur exchange.
Tho motion for a new trial made by
John I). Paris, defendant In the as
sumpslt suit brought by the Henry
Watcrhotiso Trust Compan), wns do
llied by Circuit Judge Cooper this
W. O. Smith, trustee for the citato
of the late Josephine (' Harbor, this
morning Hied his annual account with
the Circuit Court clerk, showing re
ceipts nmountiug to $920.G7 and dis
P. S. Marques, mosquito Inspector
In the Punchbowl district, has resign
ed his position with the health depart
ment to accept a position under the
Hoard of Agriculture nnd Forestry In
Investigating tho fruit lly pest.
Mnuntlttfi Inmuilftp llnrlnv tlilu
morning discovered mosquito breeding'
places in tho sewer catch basins and
blacksmiths' tubs at tho Honolulu Iron
Works. Tho employes wcro ordered to
keep these pools well covered with oil.
Tho two cases brought by Paul Mar
tin In Federal Court, ono ngnlnst Jus.
Fullorton. master of tho American
bark Fort George, for Injuries receiv
ed, and the other against the bark for
wages, have been set for hearing to
Assistant Attorney General Smith at
present Is engaged In negotiations for
the acquisition of four or flvo smalt
parcels of land on the Islnml of Hawaii
to be added to the ITolobolo section ot
the belt road. The negotiations are
conducted on behalf of tho Loan Fund
Iknr Hull, a prominent Newport, It.
1 , huxinoxx man, and a brother of tho
Into Hr Willi. cm T Hull, was found
dead In the hurncxs room of his stuble,
u suicide Ho had1 Inhaled mix. Mr.
Hull was 7ii jcuix old and n veteran of
tho Civil War
Young nun wanted to act ax city
xiiJexiiKui Appl) Home C'lindy Co,
11(0 Alaken 5J.I1 -.It
Pair of e)egluxxes em watirfroiit
Finder return to harborinaxtir's of
llce uud leccho leu aid
Pass Hook No. 4177, Bishop k Cu's
Savings II. ink Finder please ledum
tu bank. 52.il.-Jt
Wo earn a complete line of
the wijll known 1AW1IAN A.
Illllli: FII.IMl AHINirr.S and
The tncist prnctlenl office tlme
cavirx ever Invented
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Tension of Waiting For Con
gressional Action Still
Sugar sales were as hard to find ns
hen's teeth this morning, uud only
three were reported nfler the Stock
Uxchnnge session. Flvo more were no
ted as being consummated between
Tho tension as lo action on the su
gar tariff by the Senate rinanco Com
mittee is tighter than ever. Yester
day's dispatches from newspaper cor
respondents Indicate almost bc)ond
possibility of change that no reduction
of more than 33 1 -.I per tent, tan bo
f.greed upon, with thu heavy probabil
ity In favor of a less reduction, und
then tint further probability In either
ensn of n deadlock between House and
Senate. Still, the sugar-hu)crs nnd
sellers are waiting until action is real
Five Hundred llawuliau Commercial
at $4", was the biggest sale noted since
)oslerduy. This was between boards.
On tho board a sale of no small propor
tions was 1U1 Hawaiian Plucapplo nt
I). P It ISUNHKIttl Is expecled
li.it It the lust of this mouth
J P COOKU leaves today for a
short business trip to Kuual
Mil AND MRS A. LKWIS. Jr., have
reached Home in their travels.
Mil. AND MI1S. J M HKHIS left
for Illlo on tho Manna Kea tills morn
It. It 55AXK wns u departing pas
sengcr on the Mauna Kea this morn
lug fur Illlo
Dlt AND MRS. JUD1) uro reported
from Floi elite, Italy, and nre probably
now in Koine
It I). FltANSIOLI. of Pittsburg
Pu., lias gone on to the Orient after
spending some time heie.
S. It PKHKLVS. of Jacksonville
Fla., Is visiting the islands, taking his
nrst vacation in sixteen years.
MISS L. TtTHNL'lt lert this morning
in the Maunn Kea for a short visit to
l..ilmlna and other Mnul points.
Hit JOHN II HASmt. of Heading,
P.i , left for the States )esteiday on
the Siberia, having enJo)ed his visit
hero vi'ry much.
TONY GAUCIA, tho well known
Maui aulomohllo man, rehirued to tho
Model Island this morning after a bus
iness visit of several days In Honolulu.
A V I'ATTIJN, cashier mid manager
or the First Hank of Illlo, nlul ilh
brunches on Hawaii, returned to Illlo
this morning after a short business trip
MltS II P OHTO.V, vvlfu of Cnpt
Orton of Sc ho Held Hurracks, left on
the Siberia jesturduy for a visit to
her former home In Seattle, Wash.
She will be gone several mouths.
DAY OF SPORTS
"Following nut the suggestion made
some time ago by tho Bulletin
that tho Fourth of July celebration lit
Honolulu should ho a day of sports,"
said James l.lojd this morning, "I
want to speak for thu Healani Iloat
nnd Yacht Club, and state that they
are willing to enter three or four boat
crews for Natal Day races." Mr. Lloyd
Is crew coach for tho Henlantn.
"Tho rates need tint bo consldcrod
ns championship uffalrs, ns are the Re
gatta Da) races, but ns entertainment
and spent for everyone enjoying tho
holiday," ho continued. "No doubt,
following tho swimming races uf Juno
Ulli, It would be easy to arraugu aUo
for swimming rates on tho Fourth. 1
bollcve the Healaul svylmmers would
enter, although I can't speak as em
phatically about this as In regard to
the boat crews.
"It seems to mo a day of sports Is
tho only kind of celebration that will
offer entertainment to everyone and
at the same time ho euslly ariunged.
If Ihe mercantile district wanted to do
something towards having a program
mndo mi for tho Fourth, thoy could
encourage such action greatly by offor
lug suitable trophies to tho winners of JJ3
the events. 1 want to repeat that youix
Olll I mint ,m tlie llt.nlntilu ilnliii- nil l,ilB.j
their power to muko such a Pouilh tidiJI
July celeb, all.... a success." Mr. I.h.)d 5;j1,1,!Kw.,,.).).. -
Have )Ou tried the fine, fresh nnd
erlpp xodn crnikirs that lire inaiiufiei
lured el. ill) at
The) are on xalu nt all grocery
stores Trv them now nnd )Oii will
novel want mi) other
in the price of
I't'TH TIIKM WITHIN Till: HFACII OP ALL CHIlftH OF
Three Hundred to Leave Here
For Trip to Nippon
Hy n special arrangement made be
twe-eii Y Tax.ika, Japanese! tourlxt
agent, and President S Axiiuo of thu
To)o Klxen Knlxha Stenmxhlp c'oin-
p.ui), an excursion trip will be maile
to Japan up the new liner Khluvo
Mnru, which will leave this port fur
the Orient on May .) Taking their
departure for the 'l-nnel of the l'hr)H
aiithemiiiii." and under the
of Mr Tuxnku. 2U0 local Japanese,
prlnc tp.ill) phiututlun laborers, will
sail for Japan on that eluy. They
will xpeuel ubout two months In Ja
pan, vlxltlug all points nt Interest
This done, the) will return tu lluwiill
on Jul) Hi
The purpose ot thlx excursion trip
Is to enable the local Japaiiexe who
are i.exlrnus of returning tu Japan, on
a xhort leuve of ubxeme, to vlxlt with
their families and tu ste all the fa
mous resorts uf the, Ixlaud empire.
The loxt uf making the, trip per
head lx $170 Thlx will liner the trav
eling expenses during the two moiitlix
Asano to Receive.
Arriving In Japan, the 300 Jnpanexi-,
headed by Tusaka, will be the guexts
nf houor at n tea party tu be given at
the beautiful gardens of 1'rexldelit
Asiiiia uf the Tojo Klxen Knlxha In
Tiiklo From there the) will proceed
tu the various points of Interest
Uyeno to Leave.
Must prominent of the Japanese
leaving In the Shlii)i Mum will be
Consul (ieueriil Kenlihl t')eiio He Is
going on a leuve of absence) of xlx
months, und will report nt the foreign
"iillco for u conference with Harem
Uchldu, minister of foreign urralrx.
II n 1 1 e 1 1 n Want Ads will find IL
Will Continue Until
Electric Co., Ltd.
iNEW - TODAY
The stock books of Wqlalua Agri
cultural Co. Ltel , wilt lie eluseel to
traiixfers Wednesday. -May 8. 1K12. at
1.' ei'ilock noon, to Wednixda), May
ir, 1UK. Inclusive.
T 11. PKTItl!.,
Treasurer, Walalua Agricultural Com
pan). Ltel. S-31-lt
MEETING NOTICE. T
There will be n rcgutur meeting of
the Wolalae. Kalmukl und Palolo Im
provement t'lub. Inc., at the room ad
jacent to the Kalmukl .Mercantile)'!).
' store, end of ear line, on Thursday
evening. May 'J. IUI2. at
A full attendance of
' 30 oMoek
f the district lx dexlrtd. ... ,,J t
Huxlnexx: General tO.
jamhs ii Fii)i)i:s. y
1.11 -3t Secretary. 1
Six hundred sprouted eocexiliut are
wanted for planting on Knl.iknii.i ave
nue hw tie Outdoor Circle of the- Ki
lobaud Art league .Vlijone having
any number, to elunate for this pur
pose niii confer a grmt favor by
telephoning to mi) member of the)
committee, who will call for the same-.
CHHIIILLA 1. LOWIH.Y, '
ANNA U COOKH.
L.MTItA 1) HI! HUMAN,
KATIIAHIM. H II COX.
Outdoor Circle of the Kilohiin.i Art
Ma) C. I'd.' 5331-Ct
Yesterdirv afternoon, while coming
Into town from Nuuanu. Henry Sllva, ,
chauffeur ran his machine Into tho
.stone wall of George Hodlek in order
I to avoid smashing a vehicle driven by
' Knkiinmra, driver of Mr Hodlek. Tho
machine Is damaged considerably.
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fa,4ilaamlM aeM-t , 1 rrnMnWlrTniammmmmr1 I