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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
BACKED UP by the best
securities and the entire
capital and surplus of tno
Bank over $1,200,000
(he Savings Account you start
here with one dollar I". the bet'
possession In a flnancin! vtay you
can have. Interest ptld on nil
BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
Yet; he never expected to be, io ha
(ailed to take out a
Before you sail, why not do the
wine thins and get tome real protec
tion. 8TANDARD PROSPECTS
(23 Fort Street
ToU! Ruouroee.tf 79,940,000
Losses Paid $167,911,531
C, Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agehts, Tirrltory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd. .
16 King 8treet Corner Fort
,$ 350 Lot 50x100, Keklo Tract, near
1500 About 10 acres at Kalllil Val
ley. Tartly under bananas. Good
for chickens, grapes, etc.
$ 450 Lot near King St and Kallhl
wnena School; 60x100. Easy
payment. Liberal discount for
Notary Public, Grants Marriage Li
censes! Draws Leases, Deedf
D P D CTDAIIPH
a. r. l.. n. Jinnuuii,
Watty Building 74 8. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
We deal In listed and unlisted seou
rttles of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificate at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred. W. E. LOGAN o
CO. Room t, Bacon Block, Oakland,
V CO. R
AND PEAL ESTATE
OLIVER G. LAN8ING
80 Morchant 8trect
FOR SALE Kino hnuso nnil lot.
Niiuaiui lots from f2S0 up.
FOR RENT A nont six-room cot-
VUKC l 1 UIUIIM Ill-Ill IUIVII, iU,
Stteautlful renovated 8-room Iioiikc
T. t,.i V
ijruu trees, electric light and bus,
Jlarge lunnl; completely screened;
Vine 'cottiiKe In town, with cleetrln
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1492 -, P. 0. Box 828
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, May 29.
NAME OF STOCK. nid. Aakcd
C. Drawer ft Co
Ewa Plantation Co ,
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Hnw. Com. & gug. Co. . . ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co
llonomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Hnlku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. ,
Kuhuku Plantctlon Co. . . ,
Kekiiha Sugar Co
Kotoa Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Onhu Sugar Co
Onomca Sugar Co
Olan Sugar Co Ltd
Paauhati Sug-tr Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Palit Plantation Co
Pepcckco Sucar Co
P'onccr Mill Co
Walalun Agrlc Co
Wallukit Sugar Co
Walmanato Sugar Co. . . .
Walracn Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawuilanjflpctrlc Co. ...
Hon. It. 1'. ft I., Co.. Com. .
Mutual Tclonhono Co. . . .
Oahu It. & I,. Co
IllltsjH. R. Co.. I'M
Illlo R. R. Co., Cora
Hon. B. ft M. Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian pintppla Co. .
Tnnjong Olok R.C., pd. up.
Hon. II. ft M. Co. Asa...
Haw.Tor.4 1FI10CI.) ..
Haw. Tor. 4
Haw. Torrl. 1 Pub. Imps
Haw. Tor. VAX
Cal. Boot Bug. ft Ref. Co. 6
Hon. (las Co., Ltd.. 6s...
Haw. Com. ft Bug. Co. 5
Hltott.lt. Co, Issue, 1901.
Illlo ILR. Co., Con. OX ...
Honokaa Sugar Co. G ..
Hon. K. T. ft L. Co. 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. Os
Mcllrydo Sugir Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. 6s
Oahu R. ft I, Co.B
Oahu Sugar Co 6
C!aa Sugar Co. 6
PacSug. Mill Co. Cx ....
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. 6 ...
Natomns Con. 6s
Sales Hetwepri 'Rdilrds: 30 Pio
neer, $35; 25 Kloncur, $33: 2.'i Hono
kau, $11.26; 300. Illlo ex 6 per cent,
$9i.r.o; lono 11. c. & s. Co, $46; ir,
Ilrcwcry, $20.7r,; 7 Hrevvcry assess
able, $10; IHO Olnu, 8.
Session Sales 10 Oahu, 29; 9 Oahu,
$29; 10 Mcllryde, $3.7.1; r, Pineapple.
Latest sugar quotation! 3.98 cents,
or $79.60 per ton.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO
Members Honolulu Stock nnd llund
FORT AM) MERCHANT STREETS
Giffard 6 Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Ilond
Stuugcnrtnld Illdg, 102 Merchant SI.
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
IS7 KAAHUMANU STREET
HARRY ARMITAOE. .Special Partnsr
H. C. CARTER Gsneral Partner
O. A. WALKER General Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
8T0CK AND BOND BR0KER8
P. O. Box 633 Phone 2191
Member Honolulu Stock and Ilond
Cable and Wireless Address
STOP PAYING RENT
A. II. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 2551
$500 to $15,000
' TCMCMICMTC IM PITV
The lencment Is gradually disap
pearing In Honolulu, chiefly ns a re
Mill of tho tenoment law nnd no
(structures of this typo liavo been erec
ted bIiico tho stuluto went Into cffecl.
In tho last thirty days 37 permits for,
tho construction of Individual cottages
J linvo been taken out, theso In cost nu
averngo of $."3o apiece, and tho record
Bliows that 90 per cent, of these hnvo'
been obtained by Iho largest tenement'
owners In tho city. I
In addition to eighteen permits for
which nppllcntlon was mado yester
day, to bo erected at Mollllll, tho col
lages constructed have been as fob
Anld'a hilic, 8 enttnecs at $015. I
Port sticet extension, 2 cottages nt
Ktikul street, 4 at SCO.
Kukul street, 4 at $.'00.
Ktilciil street, 3 at J.160.
Palnma, li at 1110.
Frog lane, 3 nl $700.
Morris lane, 4 at $100.
Onhu lane, Kntmukl, II nl $300.
Punchbowl, C nt fGM.
Chief Justice Donnelly of tho Mil
waukee Civil Court thinks thnt there
would be fewer divorce If nil wed
dings took plaeo In churches, before
the friends of the Mi. ill mid woman, unit
with nil the sentimental customs that'
have iitlnched themselves In tho mar
riage ceremony He says that a lusty
marriage In u Justice's olllce. with u
few musty law volumes In sight and
the odor of tobacco In tho nlr. Is u
poor place for Impresdng upon young
people the dignity of marriage
II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Want Ads will Hud II.
This Advertisement Is Written For Those Who Are Not 1
Too Blind To See the
Magnitude of Value
In Makiki Property
It will be more appreciated three years
from now when residence lots that are
selling for $1200 find a ready sale for
But Then It Will Be
To invest the savings from your salary
in now low-priced Honolulu property, or
to buy a home in this choice residence. dis
trict. You will have to continue to depend
upon your salary for income, or what is
worse, will still be a "renter."
If you can't get away today or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an appointment to take you out to see the Makiki
property at your convenience.
Oliver G. Lansing,
80 Merchant Street
MAGNIFICENT LUAU TO MARK
Elaborate, delicate, grand, perfect
nml typically Hawaiian Is to bo tho
limit given next Saturday afternoon nl
tho old Armory to celebrate tho fif
tieth iinnUcrvnry of the .Anglican
Church In the Islands.
Princess Kalaulanaolo is In charge
of the preparations nnd associated with
her arc n corps of ladles well known
for their superior ability as managers.
Tliero will be flvo luau tables. Tho
food for each table will bo prepared at
tho homo nf the lady In charge of tho
table. Those accepting this Important
duty are Mrs. Carl Wldemann, Mrs.
Charles Ilnoth, Mrs. Johii.Cummlngs,
Mrs. lMmuiul Norrlo and Prlncsss Ka-
lanlauanlc. Theso ladles will glvo to!
each table an Individual character of!
decoration. An especially elegant tn
hie will bo (hat at which will be seat
ed lllshop Reslarlck, Bishop Willis,
and tho clergy nnd their wives.
The old Armory will bo profusely
decorated with flags and greens. Prin
cess Knlnulnnnolo with her usual
thniighlfulncHH will lime n cocoanut
palm lnnnl oulsldo as n resilng-placal
lor Iho people.
Oulsldo tho grounds wilt be bcoths
lor Iho snlo of various articles In
charge of Iho following:
Candy Booth Mrs. Chas. Chilling
worlh. Iro Cienm Booth Mrs. Caroline
Klsli Pond Miss llernlco Cooke.
(toffee Table Mrs. .1. O. Young,
Lei Tnhle--Mrs. Charles' Copp.
Lvmonnile -Miss Ircno llojil and
Miss Amelia Hull.
A MAKIKI HOME FOR SALE FOfl 3750
In the evening there will bo dancing
following tho luau. Tho music will be
furnished by the Hawaiian bnnd and
BRI'MAOHIN-ln Honolulu, Mny 2S,
1912. Hvcrett Brumnehln of llnno.
lulu, n native of Albany, New York,
aged 46 yenrs and 11 months.
funeral Bcrvlces will bo held at
Williams' undertaking parlors at 3
o'clock today, under Iho auspices of
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, B. P. O. K.
Members are requested to attend.
MASSUY In Honolulu, May 2S, 1912,
Jane Brown Masscy, ulster or MrB.
James Hay Wodchousc.
Puncral services were held at St.
Clement's Church nt 11 o'clock this
morning. Interment In Christ
Church cemetery, Kona, Hawaii.
LISHMAN In Honolulu, Mny 29.
1912, Marlon K. Llahmnn, beloved
wife of Win. Llshmnn.
Funeral from the I.Ulim.in mil.
denco on Kecaumoku street, at half
past four this altcrnoon,
ASCII In Honolulu, May 27, 1912, to
Mr. and Mra. I'. J. Asch, a daughter.
What Is said to bo tho oldest loco
motive In actual serUce In New Kng
laud Is In use on the Sawyer River
railroad between Bcmls nnd Mt Car
rlgnti, N. II It was built In Portland.
Me.. In IS72
On lots purchased from
us and constructed so
as to give the greatest
convenience and com
fort. You select the
plan we tell you how
much the bungalow will
cost and then build ac
cording to the specifications.
At the afternoon ncsslon of tho Wo '
man's Auxiliary Day of tho Kplscopal
convocation a committee was np-1
pointed to raise funds for the con-i
Btructlon of a church nnd bcIiooIIiouib
nt SI Peter's Mission. The Immcd-1
lato vicinity of Cmiua Square wa :
chosen as the site, and It was est I
mated that the con would bo about
Tho committee appointed nt cster
day's meeting Is composed of Mrs
Robblns II. Anderson, Mis. W I,
Moore. Mrs. Charles Booth, nnd the
Rev. Kong Yin Tet.
A lino of campaign for funds will
be nt once established, und the woik
of soliciting started. The rest of thn
afternoon was given over to spveches
by the v Idling clergy and tho vvoik
crs In tho city.
This evening from eight to ten
o'clock a reception will be given by
the Hawaiian congregation to lllshop
Willis and the visiting clergy at the
residence of the Bishop of Honolulu
All Church people and friends arc In
vited tn this reception nnd nu formal
Invitations hnvc been Issued
The Hawaiian hand will give a pub
He moonlight concert this evening at
Aula Park, commencing nt "::to. The
March: Comrades Llucke
Overture. Welcome Catlln
Inlennern): Alice, Where Art Thou
Selection: Jerusalem Verdi
Voc.nl: Hawaiian Songs. ar. by llerger
Selection. Itnmntiesca : Hlkoif
Waltz: Blue Danube Strauss
rinalo: Truo Blue Llncko
The Star-Spangled Bnnner.
Senator Im I'ollette was arresleil for
speeding In California, but nu re
leased when he gave his name
ARE YOU THINKING
If you are th'nkincj of an in
vestment, or of owning a home
instead of a summer vacation
trip, you really ought to see
now the MAKJKI PROPERTY.
It-is the only high-class res
idence property near the heart
of Honolulu, bounded by two
car lipes, with paved streets,
gas, electric'ty, schools,
churches and most import
ant of all good neighbors.
It is bound by the law of de
mand, in a few months, to find
a ready market, but now dur
ing the spring and early sum
mer, while more people arc
thinking of summer vacation
trips, than homes or invest
ment, the market price is
twenty per cent lower than it
will be, even in next Septem
ber. Only a few dollars are need
ed for the first payment and
then a little every month for
one, two .or three years will
make you the owner of valu
WHEN IN NEED OF
of ny description
PAPER A 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
ort and Qussn Btrssts
CEO. O. GUILD
rt'STO.M-IIOrsn. Honolulu. T. H.
Collector's Olllrp Ma 51. 1912. Sup
plies for Itnxenuo Vef In Sealed
piopo.ulH for supplying rations and
conl to crclK of the Itevenuc-Cut-tcr
Sorvlic regularly stationed, or
temporarily, lit Honolulu. II. T., and
ilellered on hoard Bald vessels at
that place at xucli tlmei and In such
ilimutltlen an may be required during
Ilia llscal ear indlnB June 30, 1913,
will be received nt tlili Olllce until
2 o'clock p in of Thursday, Juno 6,
l!MS, at which time and place they
will be publicly opened Illank forma
of propotuls for coal, fdilp chandlery,
nml ratioim, hIiouIiik condltlonii as
Io coal, articles of hlp chandlery,
und compoiunt partB of rations with
(pevfttratlons, may be had upon ap
plication to this Olllce: proposals
must be submitted on theso forms.
Sepurutc bids Hill also b" received
ul the same time and place for lu
brliulliiK "lid lllumluutliiK oils. Tho
rlKht Is reserved to reject uny or all
bids nnd to wulvo defects If It Is
deemed for the Interest of the Gov
ernment to do so, nnd no contract
will be put III force until Congress
shall have made an appropriation for
the purpose, l; II Stuckuble, Cot
lector. 0:i; May 25, 29; Juno 1.
OITICE D Q M., Honolulu. II. T..
May 27, 1912. Sealed proposals will bo
received here until 9 a in . Juno 12.
1912, for furnishing hay feeding and
oats, required at posts In lluuallun Is
lands during llscal year commencing
July 1. 1912 Information furnished on
"PPllcutlon lure C1.V1-TAIID OAMU.
D CI M
52IT May 27, 2, 29, 31; Juno 10, 11
I will not be responsible for the pay
ment of uny bills, from thiH day on,
that aro Incurred without my per
gonal or written order.
121 Itcrclunla Ave. Honolulu, May
27. 1912 E2493t
in tiii: ciiiii'iT oouivr or the
Plrsi circuit. Terrllorj of Hawaii. At
chambers In Probate In tho matter
of the Estate of Eliza Scott Wilder,
Deceased Probate No 4IS8. Notice
to Creditors Tho undersigned hereby
lilii' notice that they have been ap
pointed and commissioned as Execu
tors of the Last Will nnd Testament
of Ellzii Scott Wilder, lato of Hono
lulu, deceased All persons owing the
said citato are hereby notified to make
puvmcnl tn tlie undersigned; and all
persons holding claims ugalnst said
estatn are hereby notified to present
the same, together with any vouchers
therefor, properly authenticated, to
the unJerslgned at No 1519 I'ensacola.
street. Honolulu, within six months
from the llrst publication of this no
tice, such lint publication being dated
the 2Mb, day of May, 1912. or such
claims will be forever barred. Dated
this -'Stb day of May. 1912 WILLIAM
c'hai'nci:v wii.ni:n, i haiii.es
THOMAS WII.DEU, Executors of the
Will of Eliza Scott Wilder, deceased.
&2IJ -Muj J.-i, 29, Jmi 1, C, 8, 12, 16,19
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
tin Iloird of Harbor Commissioners
until .' p m of Wednesday, Juno 5,
1912 for furulnhlng tho rails und
ros over equipment for u track on
the (Jueen stiett bulkhead wharf, Ho
nolulu Plant, speelilcallons and blank forms
for proposal aro on lllo In the ofllce
of the Superintendent of Public Worki
Tho Hoard of Harbor Cominlnlon.
crs reserves tho right to reject anj
and all tenders.
Chairman. Hoard of Harbor Commls.
Honolulu, T II.. May 20, 1912.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Tliero will bo a meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Honolulu l.vceum on
Juno 29. A. D 1912, at 7.30 p. m lit
Ilouokau Lyceum. Honokaa, lluwull.
W.M J IHCKAIiD,
Secretary, Honokaa Lyceum.
light and gas nnd quiet neighborhood;
J. H. 8CHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
I Von must pet tho II u Me tin U
grt the .e.iT.
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