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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912.
deposited In our1 Savings De
partment entitles you lo a Homo
Dank the greatest help to sav
Open nn Account today, deposit
your small change In the Homo
Dank and regularly each payday
Increaso your account by some
part of your earnings. It is the
surest and best road to wealth.
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
63 MERCHANT SXEEET
Yen; lie never expected lo be, no he
failed to tnkn out a
nefore you mil, why not .do the
wine tlilne ami get nomo real protec
tion.' STANDARD PROSPECTS
P. 0. Box 528
By GEORGE FITCH
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, Juno 4.
(23 Fort 8troet
Tola. R.ouros.. 79,940,000
Losses Paid 167.911,531
naahsop&tock bm. Asked
C. Drawer & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc Co
Haw. Com. & Sttg. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ilonomu Hugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
H:lku SitRar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. ,
KHhukti Plantctlon Co. . .
Koknha Sugar Co
Koloa 8ugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Onomcn Sugar Co
Okia Sugar Co T.td
raatihati Sugit Plant. Co.
Pain Plantation Co
Pepcokco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrltf Co
Walluku SuRnr Co
Wnlraca Susnr Mill Co. . .
Inter-Inland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Flcctrlc Co. ...
Hon. II T.&I. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co.
Oahu II. & I,. Co
HlloH II. Co.. I'M
Hllo II. It Co., Com
Hon. D. &M.C0
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
TanJonR Olok U C pd. up .
Hon. II. & M. Co. Aug...
Haw.Ter. 1 (KI10CI.) ..
Haw. Tor. 4
Haw. Tcrrl.4 Pub. Impa
Cal. Poet Rur. & rtef. Co. 0
Hon. (lag Co., Ltd., 6s...
Hnw. Com. & Sug. Co. 6
Illlolt. H. Co., iKRiio 1901.
IllloILn. Co., Con 6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co . G . .
Kauai Tty. Co. Cs
McDrj do Sugir Co. Cs . . .
Mutual Tel. Co
Clan Sugar Co. BX
Pac. Siir. Mill Co. Cs ....
Pioneer Mill Co. 0
Wnlalua ARrlc Co. 6 ...
Natomas Con. Cs
Ho ban also occupied upwards of 1000
banquet clialrH and ban eaten bin nay
from . roast lo coast scleral times
amid great enthusiasm.
Tall Is the most President this coun
try lias over gotten for Ha money. Ho
lis nn automobile totmeau quilo snug
ly and buys Ills clothes by ncronge.
lie lias a pleasant, broad-gauge faco
with a No. 13 mtislnche and be still
wenrs his own hair. Ills volco Is
blonde and modest and Is not as largo
William Howard Taft, who Is Pres
ident of the United Slates and Is will
Iiir to undertake) the task of writing
another Inaugural speech If noeos
sary, was born In the usual Stato In
1857. Jlo was not n poor boy but went
to Yale ami acquired a taste for Wash
ington wbllo his father was Secretary
of Iho Navy. However, ho never con
sidered entering tho While II01110 un
til his attention was called to the mat- as ho la by acvcral sizes. Ho plays
tcr by his friends In I90S. golf, has' three children and lives In
When Taft left college bo beenme a
newspaper reporter, but rooii lapsed 1
Into the law nlid for many jcars fol-j
lowed tho Judgo-business with great
success. When Itoosevelt became .
President, Taft was mado traveling
leprcscntatlvc of Iho Administration,;
and for seven years lived-In a slcnmcr
trunk nnd n sulknso most of tho tlmo,
visiting Cuba, the Philippines, Japan ,
and Panama regularly, and applying!
the well-known 'Ohio brand of conver
sation to discontented people nil civcrj
tho world with gtcat success. It bo
tame qillto tho usual thing for Knoxo
vclt to say: "Is Will on the road HiIj
week? If ho Isn't send him over to
Cuba. They need talking to. And
have him run across lo Iho Isthmus
on his way home and dato him for
Toklo next month. Tell him we'll for-
ward his laundry." During Ihcso ncv.
I .-n A :3'$L$-
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
06 King Street Corner Fort
$ 300 Lot TiOxlOO. Kclilo Tract, near
$1500 About 10 acres at Kallhl Val
ley. Purtly under banunas. Good
for chickens, grapei, etc.
$ 450 Lot near King St. and Knlllil
waena School! 50x100. Easy
payment. Liberal discount for
Jary Public, Qrants Marriage Li
censes) Draws Leases, Deedt
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Walty Building 74 S. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Sales llctw ecu Donrds: 20 Wala
Ilia, 132; ir. II. C. & 8. Co., 4G; ' 100
Onnmca, r.:t',A; ?,(,:, I'aanliau, 2116; 40
Telcphouo, 2014; 10 Telephone, 4014:
7600 O. It. & L. Co.. Cs, 103; 3000 Wnl
alua r.s, 103; 3000 Hllo mot Cs, 100;
1600 Hllo Ex 6s, 94V&; 1000 Hllo Ex Cs,
9414: 3000 Hllo Ex Us, 0414: 2000 Olaa
Session: 5 Ewa, XH4; ir O. It. &
J,. Co. 170; lO.PlnenirpIc, 4I4.; r. Pine
npple, 4414; r, I'ineapplo, lli; 20
Oahu, LSTt; 00 Oahu. 28; 10 Pinonp
pic, ll'i; 10 Walalna, llll'.'j.
Latest sugar quotation! 3.0S cents,
or $79.60 per ton.
Cincinnati, but has to be shown ovet
tho place .by n guide when bo drops
en years Taft wore out 11I110 suitcases In nt homo to bo cnuincrn'cd.
ami started tho now world-wide nglla Mr. Taft has gowrncd tbo country
Hon Tor all-steel sleeping-cars with quietly and contentedly, using tho big
extra sized bctths. boot Instcnd of the big stick In ex-
Taft's work In the Itoosevelt admin- trnre ensea. Kwn If rcrlccted lie
Islrntlon was so line that In 1908 ho will retire before the age of sixty and
was elected President lo his great will bo nblo to go back on the road
grief, as bo was greatly In hopo thai tiurjlng samples of American dlplo-
ho would bo benched, lie has nccu- macy to South America, llcloochlstan,
pled tho Presidential chair ever since.' Knmchatcka nnd other markets.
HENRY WATERHOUSt 1RUST (0
.Members Honolulu Stork and Ilunil
FOKT AM) MKHCIIAM STItKETS
OPENS DOORSJN COAST CITY
That tho Warren Construction Co.n- "l'oitr companies submitted propo-
pany, Khlch controls bltulilhlc paving " '" wajcl bltiilltlila Tho Oregon
Indepeiulent Paving Company, which
on tho Coast and In Hawaii, has )H ,Hr(,cy reg,,,,,,,,,,, for 10 genera)
thrown down tho bars nnd Is now per- , eduction of the prlco of street Im
mlttlng anybody who will pay royal- protcmcuts during the last threo
tics to hid on this typo of paving nnt' yearn, bid for tho first tlmo on n bltil-
:so It, Is tho Information that lias como lltliie pacmcnt which Is covered by
from Portland, Oro. Whether or not patents, nnd Iho rlglits for whlcli In
this would apply to Hawaii Is not thin Stato uro.lic.UI by tbo Wnrreu
ttuowm IConstrucllon Company. Ilcretoforo
Tho local importnnco of this 'Is that this company lias bid almost oxcln
In Portland tho change has resulted svlcly on asphalt pavement. Two
In u marked decrease in tbo pilco of weeks ago tbo Harbor Asphalt Pnv-
laving. lug Company, which also unlit recent-
A Portland paper under dato of May ly confined Itself to laying asphalt
3 publishes the following' j pavements, submitted proposals for
"Another material reduction In tho gravel bltulltlilc but the general prlco
prlco of hnrd-surfneo paving In this of J1..VI a square yard established by
city has resulted from tho war bo- tho Wan on Construction Company
tween tho paving companies. In bids was quoted
received yesterday by tho Council for
street lmprocments tho standard
prlco of gravel bltulltlilc pavement o
$1.50 was reduced to $1.40 a squaro
lard by tio Oregon Independent Pav
ing Company and llio pi ho of Ilnssam
pavement, which formerly ranged from
$1.7t to $1.8.1 n squaro yard, was quo
ted at Jl-ir, a Bipinro yard by tho Ore
gon Hnssam Palng Company.
"From Indications It appears that
the Warren Const ruction Company ha?
thrown down tho bars for this type of
pacnienl nnd Is pnrm'tllng anybody
who will pny a roynltv to submit pro
posals. As the situation now stands
tho three companies above named and
Iho Pnclllc Bridge Company nro In a
position to lay HiIh typo of street Im
1 i(KgLr "
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wxWV J' lf anc covers even the hancl-
I UVlrifm 4x lioles of the case to W out
1 HA oHkv ffmm Sclilitz in Brown Bottles.
ff fvffl J Jlmw' Sclilitz will not sijoil when
r JJjW Ml MM tlie case-is oen even tliovigli
li I ';, 'AMtMMC it be for months.
...uwK"1 'r- should be
T,U-ZlEi MfrO hrwnrv to vour CJiass.
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It is only natvaral that
Schlitz in Brown Bottles
the home beer.
The Brown Bottle protects
Schlitz Jurity from, the
brewery to your
Sec that croivii or cork
C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
That Made (VI ilwaukee Famous.
HARRY ARMITAGtr.8psclal Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER General Partner
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,
AND IUJAI, ESTATE
OLIVER G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
FOR SALE Ellin house, ami lot
Nuuunu lots fro'ii JL'JO up.
FOR RENT A neut six-room cot
tago lit Pnlumu, near town; $10.
Beautiful renovated 8-room houso
with fruit trees, electric light and gas,
and largo laniil; completely screened,
Pine cottage In town, with electric
light and gus nnd quiet neighborhood;
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 6C3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loan
157 KAAHUMANU 8TREET
GilTard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Slork and Hond
Nlnngrnnnlil Illdg., 10'-' Merchant St.
IiiTOt J our money In II u H c tin
advertising una It returns to run
now case of tho dlmaso makes Its ap
In addition, lie auggestu a board of
appraisers, lo sot a prlco on uny build
ing fouml to lio infceled, and to do
stro) It Immediately. Ily these mctli
ods Im sas tho number of lepers can
be reduced In a few sporadic cases.
Contradicting tho theory of Dr. Ha
mua by reports on a number of actual
experiments, showing that leprosy Is
a dlseaso whrch develops and becomes
evident quickly, Instcnd of working In
tho human system fur years befoto an
outward manifestation, I)r, J. T. Way
Bon, superintendent of tho Knllhl hos
pital, now announces his opinion that
tbero nro few cuscs of leprosy on tho
islands outsldo tho Molokal scttlcmout
On tho theory that tho period of In
cubation extends over a period of four
to fioveh years, Dr. Ramus figured that
tho actual number of cases in tho
Territory was about four times Iho
number actually known. I)r, Wayson
now sayH Hint It (ho number of known
cubck Is divided by live, it will bo u
close approach to tho number of cases
outaldo tho Molokal settlement.
Ho sayu that most of tho physicians
who hao examined newly-found ease.)
report tho patients invariably assert
tho malady came upon them suddenly
In tho acute form. Until his rccont ex
periments tho patients were generally
considered mistaken In their belief.
Now ho Is Inclined to bcliovo tho pa
tients wero correct. Ilo sayH tho lia
cllll will develop In cultures In threo
weeks, nnd for that reason should not
lako long to appear in tho human system.
Ho believes that by dissipating tho
fear of tho dlseaso and of tho health
olllcers among tho natives, tho number
of cases can bo cut down materially.
Ho suggests thai a traveling lecturer
Dhould go among tho Hawallans, Incul
eating a feeling of contldcnco among
them that will encourage Immcdlalo
visits to tho physicians as soon as a
SHEPARD FINDS WATER
IN VOLCANIC GASES
FENNELL IS AFTER
Sheriff Jarrett tills morning unil def
inite arrangements will bu mado soon
JAPANESE BOOZE "CLUB".t submit Iho caso before tho grand
Liquor Inspector V. P I'enncll,) Accoidlng to Hie rules of tho club,
wlin has been winching the "Tii)i'"n nicmbcrH who nro delinquent III
Club ." it Japanese resort on Vlneiard , H'flr 'lues lime their niiineg posted
aim iinrr streets, mjb mat a war
rant for tbo an est of the pioprlotor
will bo tworn to somo time today. It
Is charged that tho man has been con
ducting n hind pig in his restaurant
for many weeks, and, aciorillug to tho
evidence now in tho bauds of I'un
ncll, i number of Japanese merchants
hnvo been supplied with the boer-
on lliu bulletin board, but this rulo
has never been enforced.
The proportion of the cliemlcnli in
. . . .... . .
i no gnues oi luiauca is diucrcni ironi-p.
that generally accepted by scientists
and they contain a dcllnito amount of
wntcr In suspension. This Is tho state
ment of Dr. E. H. Hlicpard, following
n preliminary analysis of tho crater's
gases which ho and Prof. Dny recently!
Imprisoned In tubes and brought to
this city. The examination of the'
was In consultation
SUPPRESS THE ROOSTER.
"I'urin nnd Elreslde" mjs to keep
roosters from crowing curly in the
morning, put them In conpa so low
that Ibey can not stum) erect or raise
their lienilh A lousier li 'unable to
'ciow without KtandiiiK up and stretch
with Hie his in ok.
Tho pctrllled forest of Arizona la
unique. I'or miles utoutd tho ground
is covered with once logs, which are
stone to tho care, says n scientific
Journal. In tho sunlight they dazzle
tho eo with colors. Some are llko
the uiuothjst, Homo llko the topaz, oth
ers llko nlabaster. A trunk spanning
a forty-foot gulch Is solid ngnto. Somo
of the brilliant bits have been set In
gold by Jonelera nnd sold as precious
stones. Much of the material is now
mod Instead uf marble, In seta ot
For nens and the truth about 11 all
people liuj the 11 u I letln.
gases waa mado In tho laboratory
the Collcgo of Hawaii.
Ho says ho will be unnblo to coin-1
pletc a thuiough analysis of tho gases
for several months, hut ex peel a to bo
rblo lo issun a Htatcmcnt next wlntor
that will tiisel nil scientific theories!
concerning tho action ot tho volcano.
Ilo returned today by tho Manna Kea.
to resume his study at the crater. Ills I
work lu dnno under tho direction of)
tho Carnegie institute of Washing
ton, I). V.
The PALM CAFE
Cakes md Ices
For Afternoon Teas. Card Parties, and Evening Affairs
'I ho Philadelphia Hcbool Hoard ubol
ished secret fraternities In the
fchools, There Is a strong rebellion
of tho boys, who dcclaro they will
withdraw from athletics and competo
Gunther's Chicago Candies
forThroat, Chest M Lung
Trouble, Great (orAitbmi.
C on tump 1 1 on Couqh.
tc. Price 30c
Hotel Street, opposite the Empire Theater
Telephone 20 1 1
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