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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
BACkCD UP by the" best
securities and (he entire
capital and surplus of the
' Bank over $1,200,000
the 8avtngt Account you start
here with one dollar In the bet
postettlon tn a financial way yiu
can have. Interest isld on nil
YcM tin Mover expected to be, so ho
failed to tiikn nut a
Before you nail, why not do the
wlso thing and eel Rome real protec
tion. 8TANDARD PROSPECTS
123 Fort 8treet
Tot'. Resources.. 1 79,940,000
Los.es Paid $167,911,531
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agiiits, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
98 King 8treet Corner Fort
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 14S2 P. 0. Box 523
Honolulu Stock Exchange
NAAI12 OF STOCK. Pld. ABked
C. Brewer & Co
Hwa IMatitntlon Ct J3 33
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co 9
Haw. Com. & Fill?. Co. . . . 45K
Hawaiian Sugar Co 47X 4X
Honomu Sugar Co 103
Ilonokaa Sugar Co !"!. t'(
Haiku Sugar Co 2JO
Hutchinson Sugar Plant . 20 2iJ
Kaliuku Plnntcllon Co 17S'
Kckalia Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McUryde Sugar Co )H yK
Oaliu Sugar Co stilt 20
Onotnea Sugar Co lUi 34
Olan Sugnr Co Ltd 7K 8
I'aaiihau Sug'ir Plant. Co. 24
Pacific Sugar Mill 150
Palu Plantation Co 21$ io
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
P'onecrMIIICo )', 35J1
Walalua Agrlo. Co ijiH ijjH
Wallukti Sugar Co
Waltnanalo Sugar Co ,
Wnlmca Sugar Mill Co. . . 207
Inter-Island Steam N. Co. 'V 20
HawHilaiiFlPCtricCo. ... 2
Hon. II. T. & L. Co., Plot. . '30
Hon. II T. & I.. Co. Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahtl It. & L. Co, "Oj
HlloH.lt. Co. Pfd -
Hllo It. H. Co , Cum 8
IIoii.II.ocM Co 2t 21,
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd... '""',',' "I'e'if"
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . 4,,i ij 4
Tunjuiig Ololc It C, pd. up.
Hon. II. & M. Co. Abs...
Haw.Ter.4 (FlioCI.) ..
Haw. Terrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw. Tor. J Vi 2
Cal. nect Sug. & Hef. Co. C 100
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., Ga...
Haw. Com & Sug Co. 6
Hllo It. It. Co., Ibsuo 1901. loo'- .oojf
Hllo IL It. Co. Con 0 ... )V(
Honokua Sugar Co. 0 .. ioj ... .
Hon. R.T. &UCo C ... 1 07 .
Kauat Hy. Co. Cs
Kobala Ditch C". fin
Mcllrjdo Sugnr Co. Cb ... 99U
Mutual Tel. C ioj;
Oahu It. & L Co. 5 oj
Oalm Sugar Co 5 IC.2H
Clan Sugar Co. 6 07X
Pac.Stig.MIIICo.es .... ioj,'
Pioneer Mill Co. G 100
Walalua Agrlc Co. B . . . 102K
Nntomas Con. Ca ' mii .. ..
By GEORGE FITCH
G. 0. P. FIGHT IS
marksmanship lecord In American
Roosevelt la now f,l jeara old and
has found time,-besides presldutitlng
eveii years, to raise a family of six
children and ono grand child, to re
form Now York, to willo n medium-
late In the afternoon, when a body of
fifty waiters from tho Savoy marched
I out of the dining-room Just after the
1 llnncr-hour crush began. They galh
cred In Fifth nvenue, opposite the fa
mous Cornelius Vnndcrbllt block and
the croud was rapidly augmented by
tho arrival of waiters and cooks from
jtho llrooort, Netherlands, Itretton
Hall and Delmonlco's restaurant, who
CHICAGO, 111., June .1 Alleady the had also walked out and left full din
llrst scattering shots of tho great Ing rooms In their respective hotels,
fight for control of the National coi Largo numbers of sympathizers also
entUm. by tho Tnft ami Roosevelt Joined the mob.
(Associated trts Cable)
ex- .... ,,, ... , , . forces nro to bo heard. 1 ho linos urn Trouble started when a
...... ..... . r. . . . .. ritMiiiuuiiy. hi it'll, 11 k irv nnqp
resilient, 01 inn cuincn mates, 11111 is . .- ... , .. -" bnlnc sham y drawn nnd last nlehtlfrom hendmiarters niinnunced that the
so celebrated as an author an .nil- ...','.'" , , 1." V Lnti.n?. i th" Iosot-lt managers here announc, managers of the hotels absolutely re-'
r. n hunter mid a fattier, while Tain "...l"""K?R ' " p-iilit a backhand ,,m,, , ,1,,.
11 making hlm-n statesman spoiled a , " '".".""'" '.'.M' "' wa"" '" would como ,.,, Thursd.iv. when th..lslrlkers nnd refused to listen to any
ity good pugilist, lumberman, ' b h '" H" vmlor- '".claims of Mr. Howell. N'ntlnnal mm Ismruostlein of arbitration Someone
mlttooinan from Nebraska, will como' threw a stone nnd broke n window In
mltteciuaii from Nebraska,
will como' threw a stone nnd broke a window
f3 3 irk h - '
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the grent, three-mllllon-dollar rcsl
denco across the street The crowd
blocked tho street and held up trail! c
for moro than an hour
CUBAN SITUATION IS
GROWING MORE CRITICAL
Theodore Koosuwlt Is a portable
volcano who has been roaming tluough
history ocr the frames of the suffer
ing opposition for th" last thlrty-ouo
ears. He Is best known as an
broiuho buster, preacher, policeman.
college piesldent, ward politician and
professor of physical culture. ;
Hoosovelt was horn In lNiiH but hadi
no marked Influence on the Civil War,
He hurried through his youth nnd liar
ard I'nherslly, arriving In the New
York legislature at the age of 2'. and
beginning 11 clll service reform a few!
minutes later. Since then he has hat
tied against one thing or another con-l
lliiunlly. his opponents, Including
Tnmmnny, Democracy, tho spoils k-'
tent, Spaniards, the lllshop of London,1
panthers, benis, catamounts, lions, tl
geis, i:gptlnn anarchists, rare sul-,
cldc, Tom Piatt, lllll Lorluier, and Is
now btisll) engaged In planting a new'
crop of enemies to keep lilm happy
and lullllaiit until death doth I1I111
nnrt.. clean ills tho New York mil In-
.. . . . . . . . . . 1
IlooseelL is n stout. Ililclc. wide, preacli tn several nations and to bej,,wiI1R ho Nl,w York delegation III fn iroperty. demaiiding explosives
deep, explosive man with n snunre Inlcnlewed l,S7n.r.4S times Three .,,. llf i-ni,,. ..,.,. for P11)rnrv chair-! use against the federals
1 , I.. Ill 1 !..! I. ,...! t .. . I..- 1, I .l. . I ' . --.
m-iMi. iiimiil:,'! I'll, linn. I('I',' iiiiwii- t'iim null im ii!iiii-ii 1111111 nriiin in,,'. .. . . . ,. '
tioddeii mustache, large teeth which at Hid ago of M ami wi-ul home to
glisten like tombstones while he Is 0fctcr Hay. lie survived this period
dismembering Hie opposition In se
s)llahlcil wonls nud a full armore
lighting under Jn.' which holds the
country. Prom Ornmpo comes tho
word that the rebels there aro In des
pcrato straits. 1 hey are In need ot
money with which to buy more provi
sions nnd their ammunition lias al
most run out.
GERMAN AVIATOR KILLED.
lim;Mi:N, acr..Iune 3 Lieutenant
Stillc and his companion, Herr Ilucli
stactter, an aviator, fell through tho
air a distance of approximately 200
feet hero yesterday afternoon, and
were dashed to pieces under tho very
messenger 1 feet of a crowd of several thousand
persons who had been watching the
aeroplane in flight. The mnehtno was
rmashed Into a mass of twisted wires,
tern ranvas and broken frames.
up before Victor Itcxewater, acting
chairman of the National committee.
'ilils struggle, which It Is predicted
will bo bitter, moy decide tho complex
ion of the National conimitteiprlor to
tho hearing of the mass of contests
which await decision of that body
Howell Is one of the committeemen
who claim the right to sit upon tho
committee prior to the convention If
he Is successful tho Itoosevelt forces
will undoubted! control the commit
tee. Wisconsin Balks.
MADISON, Wis. .lime X Mr. Mc-
SANTIAtIO Di: Ct'IlA, Cuba
2. Tho American Consul at the littlo (inn.niM
town of Daiquiri, cm the coast some!
miles southeast of this city, reports
that the situation 111 and around that
place Is critical, and that the least
turn In events Is liable to result III
PARTHENON AT 'FRISCO.
SAN PltANCISCO, June 2 It was
announced hero Inst night that tho
World"s Fair Commissioners nro plan
ning n wonderful mnrblo reproduction
of the famous Oreek Parthenon to
erovvn Telegraph lllll by 191!,. This
building, which will In all respects
counterpart tho marvelous old-world
Junei structure, will cost approximately
OPIUM ON SIBERIA.
SAN PltANCISCO, Cal., Juno 2. In
a statement mndo for the customs of-
llclals here esterdny Third Officer C.
tlnvern, chairman of the Wisconsin 1 bloodshed. Three hundred refugees n Kinney of the Pacific Mall liner SI
e donation to the Republican conveti jlrom the Spaiilsh-Aiiierlcnn Cnmpanv's crn R,ntrii ,int (u,ro has been an
Hon, .veste'rdny declared Hint he hail 1 1 line have fled Into this city and are , ,1,,,, .. i,(,nrd mnrked "hosDl-
iposhvrvoly ionised In appeal to Wll begging for assistance. The rebels ln ,(, InIuj(, ot1(,r ruVolatIons re
'"iIIiiiii ll.irnns. Jr., of New York, to are reported to have Invaded the mine j ,anng the smuggling of tho drug.
for.-ri.., roffinln nlimv flint tliprn linvn
en- Hiircessfiilly nnd Is now luntilng for , a VMMv ,MeKaU,r whlci, Wisconsin
red President nt the rule of ..on t lies mid u ......ii.,,, , cm,,,.,,...,.
Hpeechcs a day.
lean ot the convention. Itoosevelt. Town Is Sacked.
men claim that this Is nil Indication! SANTIAtIO 111! CIIIIA. Cuba, Juno
Hint the President cannot becure the 3 Word wns brought here last night
that In the absence of its garrison, the
been 1U2S tins of tho stuff seized on
the last live vo.vagi-s of tho uisel.
Interested In sugar and electricity.
Nor do they cnnllno their business ac
tivities In uti Island In the broad Pa
cific and It Is mora than probable that
tho das passed hero b) the brothers
have been for the purpose of making
Investigation that will lead to future
Investments on their part The) have
Intimated as iniich-nxpress.
LOPEZ TO GRAND JURY
LOS AN(li:i.i:S, Cal, May 11. Tho' ' " '
Shrlners, In their otllclal capacity and MflMCARRAT QCMflC
in lliolr roi'iilln nn. i-nun I. nl Hlii-ln. Ill UIMOHnnH I OCIMUO
eru still aro In 1-os Angeles ns visit
ors. For lustnuce, Ihoro Is J. S, .Vc
CanillcKs of Honolulu and his brother,
J. A. McCaiulless, both of whoju be
came so ciiaincireul of I .on Angeles dur
lug tho week of tho Shrlncr conven
tion Hint they felt Impelled tn stay nv
Acting under the nilvlre of Chief of
DUcitlvcx Ki-llett, Hpieliil Olllcer
c)(!iiiiin )CKlcrdu) plnfed under arrest
11 rillpinii iiiuued ltulliH) I.opi'7, on 11
charge of burglar-, This morning tho
Sales lletwecu Hoards- $10,niio
lo V.x. Us, U44; $1000 Hllo IX Gs, 111.
M; $2000 Hllo IX 0s, 91; 250 Haw.
Sugar, 4"',i; no Haw. Sugar, 4"'4; 20
Mcllrydo, 9T,; HO II. C. & S. Co., 40;
20 Olan, S.
Session: 10 Oahu, -211; II Pioneer,
85; 5 Pioneer, 31 j Hi Walalua. 132; S
Walalua, 132; 5 Walnlua. 132, $1000
Hllo Hx. Cs, 91Vi; 5 11. C. & S. Co,
4G; 40 Ilonokaa, 1U.
Latest sugar quotation! 3.93 cents,
or $79.00 per ton.
350 Lot 50x100, Keklo Tract, near
$1500 About 10 iicrcs at Knlihl Val
ley Partly under bananas. Uood
for chickens, grupei, etc.
$ 450 Lot near King Ht and Knllhl
wncna School; 60x100. i:asy
payment Liberal discount for
Notary Public, Qrante Marriage Li
censes) Draws Leases, Deedf
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Watty Building 74 8. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
HEAL E8TATE, INSURANCE.
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 &
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
HENHV WATERHOUSt RUST M
Members Honolulu Stuck and lluncl
r'OUT AMI JIKItCHAVr STIIEKTh
HARRY ARMITAQi..8peclat Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER General Patner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 6C3 Phono 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Ilond
Cable and Wireless Address
cr for almost n week seulng tho sights l-r nd.int appeared! be fori- Judge Mnn
tliey could not nvull themselves of dur- Miimt. who eomiiiljted litm to the fir
ing the vveeK of reuttvllles. ,mlt CMnrt for trlul, If Inillctnl 1 the
lloth have been Improving their iiruml Jurj. i.
time, too, J. A. taking a trip to San I I opex, who Is only n buy. w-us nre-
IJIcgo, wbllo .1. S. continued his ex- panel to plead guilty tc the charge
ploiatloiis In and about Los Angeles, this morning before Mons.irrnt, but
J, S or "Jim," an he Is better known, the court onuouneeel that, having no
brought a motor car with him from JnrN.li.tlon in the case, he woiilileum
Hounlulu. Tomorrow tho family mlt him to the Clieiilt Court
starts In the machinu on nu overland According tn the cvldenco now In
Journey to San Francisco, whence the hands of Ki licit, the Filipino en-
they sail for Honolulu lato 111 tho tcred the store of a Japanese named
month. A stop will bo made nt Santa Yamasakl mi King street and Mole
Barbara and other points of Interest Jlii 65, bev-lilc valuable iiMfcle. inelud-
along the Coast, San Francisco being lug rluxx 1 ips mul other Oriental
Is heading to Chicago.
plantation nt Lamaya had been looted.
LIVERPOOL, Kug. June 3. Tho
rPiamniion in i.amayu nan neon uioieii, , . , . , .
and sacked by a bann of S00 negroes. "' J . ,-" "" 1ta,. ff" I ?Z
n.:w yohk. n. v, ".-.;-'"-!'r,' !',a":.." "V(v ";!r.,",r,:.2, i.orore'-;;;. h .g zz
Ham Ilarnes. Jr.. leader of the
ork delegation to Chicago, ill an In-1 patched as hurriedly as possible lo the
tervlew granted )esterday, declared, spot,
that he has sept out 400 appeals to
delegates to stand for the appoint
ment of Sciutor Root as temporary
chairman. Ho declined absolutely to
mako uti) statement regarding the
nature of the replleii he has received.
Teddy to Stay AvVay.
OYSTFIt HAY, L. I , Juno 2. Look-
IlOMi:. Italy. July 2 -Popo Plus X.
reached his 7"lh birthday anniversary
today. Owing lo the fart that he had
been IndlsposeJ in health rccentl).
there wns no celebration of tho day.
ed, her upper works were burned.
The cargo which she was taking on
was damaged, although the exact ex
tent has not been learned )et.
LORIMER TO STICK.
CHICAGO, III . June 3 Senator
Lorlmcr left here last night for Wash
Ington. After his departure Intimate
friends decline riMiorts tlml tlm Srnn
lliirtnir the mnrnlnir. hovvnver. tilanv of ..- 1... 1.. ....i 1 i.t , .,
lug aiDthlng but fagged after hli. ,,o arcHnals. Vol can ..alUnl. and'"'. ""! . " '1'" ,B""rJ
.. . 1 1 ,.., .. ni.uii ,a ,iv iiiiern nv lilt- lii ,nui
strenuous weeks of campaigning. Col., ,n ,, ,, u.e,,,,,,.,, , a" ". ",
llnnuninll lnili.Fi nl' Piin lllll till liter. . . ...... . . UrU UUHOHHIIJ
Itoosevelt )csterday gavo out tin Inter
'and laymen left their cards 'and
trnny addresses and telegrams of roil'
grntuliitlons were received by Ills Ho
Uuess from all parts of tho woild.
ROSE SETS ANOTHER RECORD.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 3.
ltnlph llose )cstcrday succeeded In
tiinullii n liin ti rwtit! tknsd1 e llm sl.j.
FUEDIST ALLEN GUILTY. ."," U .To.".! of
WYTllUVILLi:, Va, June 2. 91 feet 10 Inches, using his left anl
Clatnlo Allen of tho band who enter- right hnnds.
ed a court room nud shot clown tho
TROLLEY FOR SHANGHAI.
found guilty yesterday of murder In HANKOW. China. Juno 2. Th
tho second degree, in tho killing of Robert Dollar Company managers an
Judgo Mnssle. Ho was sentenced to nounced yesterday that their firm hm
fifteen years' Imprisonment. The Gov- cleeMeil t ectniiliui, n cmiim- -.,
RESORT TO RIOTING eminent Intends to proceed against in Shanghai. Tho electric lines whlrb
NHW YOltIC, N Y Juno 2. Hints him for tho murder of Sheriff Webb, tho company ha? already contracted m
In one of tho swellest sections of tills in the fight with tho posse that follow- build will cost approximately twentv
city marked the development of tho ed tho shooting In the court liouso mllllo'n dollars.
hotel workers' strike here yesterdav.j
For a time P seemed that tho strlk-i REBEL AGAINST OROZCO. , OLYMPIC STADIUM OPENED.
crs would havo things all their .owni MKX1CO CITY, Mox., Juno 3 STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Juno 2
a) but the platoons of pollco sent Word has reached hero olllclall) that Tho King yesterday formally opened
reached about Saturday or Sunday, goods Tie arc now In possession of I from the Fast "2nd street station tho inhabitants of eastern Sonora the stadium In which the Olympic
luck holding good the police mid during the trial In the broke up tho 1 lot, after nine members havo risen against Orozco, tho leader games will bohcld Thero was an
Tho McCandlesses aro heavy proper- circuit Court will be produced b) the 'of tho union had been arrested. of the rebels, and hnvo threatened to enormous crowd present, but the cere-
ty owners In Honolulu, besides being prosecution Thero was no hint of trouble until drive him out of thut section of the monies were simple
During the course of his talk ho as
Berted that he will follow the unwrit
ten law that avowed candidates for
nominations remain nway from con
ventions. "That Is," ho added, "un
less some grave emeigcncy tn tho
shupo of unfair play should arisa be-
e .t. -.I t tr .....
,u.e i.ic """"""" up..-. .. -'cujKO ulld a mm,ber of others, wns
siired the newspapermen that ho Is ' , ... .,.,.. ,lf 11ir.,r ,
confident of tho nomination,
NEW YORK WAITERS
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
S57 KAAHUMANU STREET
and ju:ai, f.stati:
oliver q. lansing
80 Merchant Street
FOR SALE Flno house and lot
Nuuiinu lots from J-S0 up.
FOR RENT A neut six-loom cot
tago at I'aluma, near town; $10.
Ilcautlful lenovnted 8-room bouse
with fruit trees, electric light and gas,
and luign lciual; completely screened;
Fine cottngo in town, with electric,
light and bub and quiet neighborhood;
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
Giffard 4 Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Ilond
Slaiigenivald lllilg., Wi Merchant SI.
STOP P A Y I N a RENT
A. il. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 255J
$500 to $15,000
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Another view of the wonder
ful new plant of the Honolulu
Brewing & Malting Company, $t
1 JtTLI ji d
Showing the Washing, Filling
and Crowning Machines.
There is health and strength in every bottle of
tJk . diiAL,.., ,,lficAtfo4M ,.-. ,rtr-iltffcy to-v:.-AJy rM