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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, MAY 8, 1912.
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do not enter tho home where a
Savings Account has been apart
of the daily life. '
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 $167,911,531
C. Brewer & Co.,, Ltd.
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
Yea; hu never expected to be, so ha
fulled to toko out a
llefore you sail, why not do tho
wise thing und got some reul prolec-
923' Fort 8treet
Jas. W. Pratt
HEAL ESTATE, IN8URANCE,
HCNRY WATCRHOUSE TRUST CO.
THE . J
THINK IT OVER-
I you -want to do oway -with all
chanco in picking out rfood ahoos try
PACKARDS A A Hw
el tSV Lau
WHEN IN NEED OF
sf any description
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Tort and Queen Straeta
GEO. Q. GUILD
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King Street Corner Fort
8TOP PAYING RENT
A. H. QONfiERO,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
$6000 Two Uulhllngs und Lot 60x200,
$2400 House und Lot 07x187, near Ma-
klkl Fire Station.
$3000 House nil. I I.uud, 1.C9 ucres, on
$3000 About 7 Acres at I'uunul, near
$ 500--Lot near King St. and Kullhl-
uena School; 50x100. Busy
pujment. Liberal discount for
Notary Public, Grants Marriage Li
censes) Draws Leases, Deedf
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
74 8. King Street
FOR 8ALE I nrge house and lot In
Kullhl pluuttd tu hearing grape vines
and fruit tiees. A good Inventment.
FOR RENT A neat slx-room cot
tage nt Pulama. 1C
. Kino eight-room house with sener,
electric light und gns, und large lanul;
completely screened 140.
A nlcu roomy cnttugu In u quiet, good
nclghlioihood In town, $22 per month
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant 8treet
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred. W. E, LOGAN A
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
FOR ANYTHING IN
OLIVER G. L A, N 8 I N,
0 Merchant Street '
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Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
0 'lfTUntl illPI70''lVTVH
P. 0. Box 52S
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, May 8.
NAMR OK STOCK. Bid. Asked
C. Drawer & Co
Ewa Plantalloa Co
Hawaiian Auric. Co
Haw. Com & Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Hnnoknn Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. ,
Ktihukii Plantation Co. . .
Keknlia Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Onhu Sugar Co
Onotnea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhau Sugur Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Palu Plantation Co
Pepeekco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co ,
Wnlalua Agrli:. Co
Wdlluku Sugar Co
Waltnanalo Sugar Co. . . .
Waltnca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian If Icctrlc Co. ...
Hen. H. T. & L. Co.. Pref. .
llou. It. V. & I.. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu It. & I- Co
Illlolt. It. Co. Pfd
Illlo It. It. Co. Com
Hon. II. &M. Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian PincupploCo. .
Tnnjong Olok H.C., pd. up
Pahang Hub. Co. (Pd)...
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) .
Haw. Tor. 1
Haw. Tcrrl. 4 Pub. Imp
Cal. tleotSug. po' Co, '
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd.. Cs...
11 aw. Com. & Sug. Co. C
llllo It. It. Co., Issue 1901M
Illlo It. H. Co., Con. C ..,
I tonokaa Sugar Co., 0 M
Hon. R. T. & U Co. 0 .. 4
Kauai Ry. Co. Cs .
Kohala Ditch Co. Cs . , . .,,
McBryde Sugn, ,u. u .
Mutual Tel. 6s
Oaliult. &UCo.5 ....
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Olaa Sugar Co. G
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. Cs
Pioneer Mill Co. C
WalaluaAgrlc Co. 5 ..
Natomas Con. Cs.
Between Boards: 2." Oahu, 29.12V&
S20U0 Olaa Cs, 97. HO.
Session Sales! 20 G:aa, 7.8714;
McUrydo, 9.2.'); 8 Oahu, 29.12V4;
Haw. Pine. Co., 42; 100 Olaa, 8; 20
Olaa, 8; GO Olua, 8; 1Q0 Olaa, 8; 20
Olaa, 8; 20 Olaa, 8; fi Honnkaa, 11.
IlT'.i; 10 Honokuu, 11.37V&; T Walalua,
90 degree Centrifugals, 4. or,. Par
ity. 4.87. SSdogreo Analysis Beets,
At a special meeting of tlio stock
holders of the Oahu Hallway & Laud
Co.. Ltd., held April 30, 1912. It wai
voted to Increase tho capital stork
from $4,000,000 to $6,000,01)6 as of July
1, 1912, by the iBsuanco of 10,000 paid
up shares of tho par vuluo of $100
Latest sugar quotation) 3.9825 cents,
or $79.65 per ton.
Sugar 3.9825 cts
Beets 13s 4d
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FOltT AND JIEI1CIUKT STREETS
HARRY ARMITAOti.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
8. A. WALKER General Partner
Harry Armitage & Co.,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER8
P. O. Box 683 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock uud Bond
Slnngrnuald llldb'-, Wi Merchant SL
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loana
$57 KAAHUMANU 8TREET
Bulletin IVuut Ads will Uud IL
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Tho only Curttss biplane In town Is
at the Anchor saloon,
It goes without Baying that every
thing Is Best at The Encore.
Picture-framing, Arts and Crafs
Shop, Fort abovo Hotel street.
Alnuys buy at the stores that glvo
Green Stamps. Thoy'ro as good us
Tho Wllhelmlna sailed from San
Francisco for this port nt 2 o'clock
The unucrwoou Typewriter visible
nono better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wanted Two moro passengers for
around-the-lsland at (G. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage .take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Quean SL
Island agents, Ilvtrroady Auto Btart
cr; auto repairers; M. C. King, mgr.,
Queen and Mtlllanl Sis. Phoun M0.tr,.
Arrested last night for assaulting a
police olilcer, It. M. Sheridan npiwared
III Poltco Court for trial this morning,
Something new. Hoyal Navy bi
cycles. Free wheel, roller chain,
nickel rims, double brakes, $40.00.
Dowson Bros., Smith und Hotel Sts.
They'll look like they were made for
rou, when you get them from Geo. A.
Martin, tailor, Bethel street $20
Yesterday afternoon Chief of Detect
ives McDulfle arrested four young bos
at Kakaako for Mealing bicycles. One
of tho bicycles belonged to .Manager
Coyne of the Coyne furniture store.
The Missionary Gleaners will hold
u delicatessen sale on Saturday, the
eleventh of May, between the hours
of 8:30 and noon, ut the store form
erly occupied by IajvvIs & Co, King
Tho Uniform Hank, Knights of Py
thias, Is planning to pay a visit In tho
near future to tho Knights on tho Isl
and of Maul. Preparations are In
progress for a dance at tho K. of P.
hall tho evening of May ID. Colonel
Zlegler, captain of the rank, held an
Inspection last Monday evening, each
member appearing In tho new uniform
AT THE ASTOR
A. W. Eamcs and Daughter
Stop After Arrival From
A W. IJimi-'x and his d.iughter. Ml"-)
lltlrn lame'. of Honolulu are In New
rulYurk fur 11 qhort vMt and lire Mnylnn
lit tho lluli-l AKtor, Tlmen Hiiinre.
They arrived fioin lliirope IIiIh vvtek,
wheru MIhm Inline has been ftr tin
IMxt ye.ir, her father Joliilug her In
JMrls ut Chrlxtinas time They lease
here the last of the ueik fur 11 lxlt
hi l.oi Anm-IcM uml Man I'miieisio,
preliiu Do ,tlelr leaving fur their
home In late May.
Captain Paul Hinllh of Honolulu,
ul.o Ih the agint of the llnuril nf I111
inlKrutliin for the Ilawiillan IpIuiiiIk,
urrltid friim aihriiltnr this wiek mid
Id ytnlng nt the lintel Antiir, where
he will only nmke 11 ilt nf 11 few
dajN liefure returning In his Inline.
Captain .Smith went iilinuid to return
jfiiurliKii luniieHlralile Suiiilh Inilnl
Kruiits who were sent nut of Hawaii
It "111 he remembered that fur n
short time hire there wih mime anx
iety about tlie Hiimesef. owing to a re
port that they were 1111 the Titanic
FREED BY COURT
Ilecauso of extenuating clrcunv
slanies Manuel T. Ilodrlguen, cmployu
of tho Honolulu postoulco, escaped
punishment this morning In Pollen
Court. He was arreslud by A. K, Vler-
ra for throning and sweeping paiicrs
uud other rubbish Into tho street.
When Itodrlgues' case came up bo-
roro Magistrate Monsarrat, Drown said
that under certain extenuating circum
stances tho nrosecutlon did not fee)
like proceeding against defendant. He
moved that tho case bo stricken from
tho calendar, which motion wan ernnt.
M. J. Porry, employo of the Sachs
store, corner or Fort and Ileretanla
streets, was arrustod this morning by
Vlerra for sweeping rubbish Into tho
street. Perry said that ho only swept
tho dirt thrown onto tho sidewalk Into
tho street. Tho dirt was piled onto the
sldowalk by a street gang. The trial
of this dofendnnt will como up tomor
row morning beforo Juago Monsarrat
at tho usuul placo.
Hubert K. Leo, who, It is said, Is a
great-giandson of the famous general
of that name, was lined three dollars
and costs of court under tho same
County ordinance that is keeping Vler
ra so busy at present.
HUI NALUS PUN A
DUKE BENEFIT DANCE
Tho board of directors of the rn
cently re-orgunlzed 1 1 til Nulu Club
held a meeting this noon, anJ decided
to hlwi a benellt dunce fur Hie Duke
Kulmmihioku fund somu tluiu this
month The club wishes to assume
responsibility for Duke's lucldentul
expenses during the Huropeau trip
of tho ()lmplc team, Instead of ugulti
.coining to the public for funds. Ne
gotiations were entered Into with the
Outrigger Club for the use, of It.) p.i
Mllon Muy 25, fur the uffulr.
people need more coal,
clothes and doctors
than the strong, robust
saves coal bills, tailors'
bills and doctors' bills.
We carry a complete line of
the well-known YAWMAN A:
lllllin TILING CAIIINKTH nml
The must practical otllce time.
K,rM i'i-r Iiim-iiIciI.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Ni:V YORK. N Y. April 2G.-Mr.
William W Goodale of Honolulu Is In
New York for u few das and Is stay
ing at tho Hotel Wolcott.
COI.ONIX GCOHGU IIKI.L, Inspect
or General of the United States Arnry,
Is making u tour Of the Islands He
arrived in the Lurline this morning.
Y. AKAI, manager of tho Yokohama
Specie Dank, will give n dinner this
evening in honor of Y. Tusaka, Japan
ese, tourist agent, and tho ruprvsunta
tiles of thn Japanese press.
MIL AND MHS V A. 11ALDWIN of
Maul are numbered among the re
turning passengers to arrive from the
coast this morning In the Mutsou
Navigation steamer Lurline.
ARTHUR L. DAY and K S. Sliep
held are members of 11 party of scl
elitists who wilt pay 1111 extended lsit
to the volcano They arrived this
morning us passengers In the l.urllnt
A. O IIATTLKSON of II. Huckfeld
k Co., was Included In the list of pas
setigers from Hie coast to arrive this
morning In the Lurline. Mrs. Hattlc-
sou accompanied her husband oil the
PlICTItO itlt'HI Is at the head of u
ouurtct of musicians who are to open
an engagement at one of tho local
theaters. This baud added much to
the entertainment of passengers In
the Mutsou steamer Lurline.
Mlt. AM) .MRS. STOCKKLIIACH
and Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Tackabury
are a party of coust people who are
muklng an extended stay In the is
lauds. They arrived us passengers In
the Mutsou Navigation steamer Lur-
lluu tills morning.
(li:.Ni:ilAL MANAGER J. A. UALCH
or the wireless department of the Ml)
lual Telephone Company, nccompu
nled by Mrs. llalch and Infuut, were
returning passengers In the Matson
Navigation steamer Lurline this morn
lug. Mr. llalch has been nvvuy on u
three-mouths tour of the mainland In
the Interests of an Improved wireless
II. I. J. M. CONSUL OKN. S. UYIJ-
NO, who bus been grunted leave of ab
Hence for six months, will call on the
Governor uud other high olllclals In
Honolulu before taking his departure
for Japan In tho Shlnyn Mnru. He will
return to Hawaii nel after tho birthday
celebration In Jnpan of Ills Imperial
Japuncso Majesty, Umpuror Mutsuhlto,
on November .3,
G F HUSH, of tho Honolulu Iron
Works, was met nt the Matson wharf
this morning upon his return from
the mainland by n galaxy of olllcers
coiimcted with the corporation, Mr.
uml Mis. Uush urrlved us. passengers
In the steamer Lurline Superinten
dent of Public Wbrks Campbell was
a member of tho delegation that as-
hlsted In bidding Mr. and Mrs. Uusli
AD CLUB AT
Ux-Governor Carter will bo the
gin si nf (lie Honolulu Ad Club at Its
luiiih to be held tomorrow promptly
at noon In one of the mollis of the
Governor Curltr has lume In con
tint with tlie ad clubs of ntlur cities
and hu has iniiHeiitid to give the
invinbirs -ut the local club a tall, nil
Ills ohstrvaliniii and expirh mcx
II Is the expci latum nf the ihlh to
make the Rathskeller tlie heiuliiuarUis
lor its noonday meeting!,, ami 11 large
iittciiduiu e Is exptilid tu Inaugurate
the nuvv iKparluie.
Hove jou tried the fine, fresh and
crli-p nslii crackers that nre inaiMifac
turnl dally at
Thev are on i"nle nt nil grocery
fIiihk Trv them nuvv olid ou will
never went ahv other
in the price of
I't'TH TH KM WITHIN TUP
J. H0PP &
Notice of Public Meeting.
The Committee un Sanitation uml
lltiilth will hold a public cling In
the Assembly Hull, Mclntyre llulldlug,
lorntr of King and I'nrt streets, at
7:30 p m nt Prlday. .Mny 1U. 19IJ, fnr
tho purpiwe or hearing discussions nil
Hill No. 44, fume being proposed Or
dinance rilutlng to "lied I'lsli" Intend
ed for sale In the City and Count) nt
The lllll awaits Third Rending, and
those who are Interested In the sale nf
llsli nre Inv Iteil to attend and tuke
purl lit the dlciiHim befitrv tluil
U KALAUOKALANI JR..
City uml C'onnl) Chrk.
CS3J- .May 8, 9, 10
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
Governor Krcur received a com
munication from the national capital
today stating that the Governor of
Portu Itlco desires to exchange a set
of the Supreme Court reports of thosu
Islands for a similar set of reports
from the Terrltoy of Hawaii.
Sale of p
Will Continue Until
Sl S'S HIV VIV VIK IK IK K MS l SIK SIX XIK
ltUA II OP
ALL tSUltS OK
Electric Co., Ltd.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streeta Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel H
V. O. Box 840 Phone 30Z (.
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattress Upholstering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST, MUK 1IETIIEL
Drnlen In Furniture, Mattresses,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS.
SHIN FUUMTUHE made to order.
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
Want nds In the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u brine; J
I (i 11 rlrli returns.
XIX six six nv ! V,i Hi Hi V.i i
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