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Total Resources.. 79,940,000
"' Lossei Paid, 167,911,53i
C. Brewer & Co.Ltd
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King Street Corner Fort
$ 350 Lot GOxlOO, Kcklo Tract, nenr
$1500 About 10 ticroH lit Kallhl Val
ley 1'urtly under bananas, flood
for chickens, grain)"!, etc
$ 450 Lot near King Ht and Knllhl
wacnn School; 60x100. I3asy
payment Liberal discount for
Notary Public, Oranta Marriage Li
censes) Draws Leases, Desdc
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Walty Building 74 3. King 8treet
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, 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 4.
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
AND HI3AI. KSTATi:
OLIVER G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
FOR SALE Pino lioitBD ami lot
Nuuanii lotK from JS'll up
FOR RENT A neat Hlx-looin cot
tage at I'alunia, mar town; lit!
Ileautlfiil renovated S-room houso
with fruit trees, elietilc light unci gw.,
uiul largo Unal; completely screened;
Pine, cottage In town, with electric
light ami gas and 'ulit neighborhood;
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1432 P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, Juno fi.
NAMK OK STOCK. nid. Jvsked
SUM A It.
12wa Plantation Co ......I 33
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co. .
!!nw. Com At Sug Co.... 45
Hawaiian Sugnr Co. , ..
Ilononnl Sugar Co M45
Hrinokna Sugar Co 11
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kulmkti 1'Iantctlon Co. .
Kelcnha Sugar Co 300
Mcllrydo Sugar Co. , . . , .
Oaliu Sugar Co
Onomen Sugar C
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ....
I'aauhau Sug ir Plant. Co
Pacific Sugar M in
Pain Plantation Co
Pancaked Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrio. Co, ......
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co . . .
Walmca Sugar Mill Co ..
Inter-Inland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Iflectric Co. . . . 200
Hon. R. T. & I Co.. Pief. . ' 3
linn. II V. A I. f!n.. Cnm. . IJO
Mutual Tclcnhnno Co. ...
Oahult. &h.Co 109
Hllo II It Co. Pfd
HlloH. It. Co, Com
Hon. II &M.C0
Hawaiian trr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Plncupplo Co. .
Taiijong Olok It C, pd up.
Hun, II & M Co Ash...
Haw.Ter. 4 (KlieCI.) ..
Haw. Tcr. 4
Hnw Terrl.4 Pub. Imps
Haw Tcr. VAX
Haw Tcr 4V4
Cal licet Sug. & Hcf. Co. C 100
Hon (las Co. Ltd. (in... 100
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 52 104
HltoR It Co, Issue 1901. loo
Hllo II. It. Co , Con d ... 94 H
llonokaa Sugar Co. OS . '3
Hon. li. T. At I,. Co. C ... 107 V.
Kauai Ry. Co Is 100
Kohala DUch C". Gs . .
MoDrjdoSugirCo. Cb ... 99)4
Mutual Tel Co 103
Oahu II. & L Co 5 03
O.1I111 Sugar Co 5 C2
u:aa sugar Co. RX 97X
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 61 .... io3H'
rtonecrMiiico. ex too
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 .. loilf
Natomns Con, us M4
Sales- Uctwecn Hoards 10 II. C. &
fa. Co., 40; 10 II, C. & 8. Co, 40; G
Han. Sugar, -IK; n Haw. Sugar, 48; f,
llavv. Sugar, 18; 25 Walalua, 131; 2.'.
Walalua. 131; ' Walalua, 131; CO
llrewcry, 21; li" Pioneer, '14 '54; r.O
Pun, XiVy. r,0 Pineapple, 44Vi; 30
Taiico Olok, 31); $31100 Hlln llx. Cs,
UiVi; $2000 Hllo 11)01 Gs, 100i; $1000
Hllo ino'l (Is, 100; $3000 Olaa Gs,
B7V4; $2000 Wnlalua Us, 103.
Session SaleH 111 Mcllrydo, 9; r,
Mcllrxle. !t; r Mcllrydo. 9j,; 20
Pliuapiile. 411, 2.". Oahu. 28T,.
Latest sugar quotationi 3.93 cents,
or $79.60 per ton.
BERK WATERHOUSt MSI GO
Members Honolulu Stink and Horn
I'OUT AMI .MPItClIA.NT STREETS
Telephone! I .'OS.
HARRY ARMITAGE.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER Qeneral Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box 6C3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Ilond
Cable and Wireless Address
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loana
157 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Slock iiud Ilond
Mnngeminlcl Illdg 102 Merchant St
II ill le tin Want A.Is 11 III II ml It.
to Hie II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 juli printing mid
Rolierl Marlon La Kollettc, Insurg
cut, was born In Primrose, Wisconsin,
during n rapidly falling barometer In
IS."",, and by 1875 vvns blowing n gale.
Ho fought his way through the. IT11I
vorslty of Wisconsin and on emerging
Into tho broadiworld looked about for
Iho likeliest object to attack. It prov
ed to bo tho Wisconsin Republican!
machine which was rumbling down'
tho road Just then on Its annual job
of llatlcnliig out tho opposition. It
was a largo machine in perfect con
ulton nml very heavy, while La Kol
lctle was a small mnn with little or
no constitution. In fnct, his enemies
claim that lie Is entirely unionstltu
tlonal. Hut La Toilette did not hcsl
tnte. lib leaped upon tho machlno,
hit It on thc'ntcatn dome, kicked It in
Iho transmission, nml beat It all up
Willi superheated oratory. Ilctvvcciii
18S0 and 1'JOO La Pollute and tho ma-'
ihlno wrestled each other all over the
Stnto from Oionomonoc to Prnlrlo dti
Chlen and back with such fearful re
sults that whenever n ociono mussed
up tho State the frightened Inhabit
.ants would call up the political com-
hntlllllH and hhV tlinm tint In lin mlltn'
ho lolciit If they didn't mind.
In lpoo La Polletto had a terrible
fight wllli the machine and when the
dust settled he wns found In tho Uo
ernnr'H chair, picking his teeth with u
ppllulored main shaft He ruled Wis'
touslii for seernl jcars, killing tho
caucus and taming tho railroads, and
in 1!H)." he went to the United Slates
Senate, where ho was rcceUcd with a
cold glare which In ninny cases be
came llxed In death ns Senator after
IS . STEADILY
It would lie a dlllkillt thing to es
tlmato the number of tulles cntrd In
the air b aviators In the iiiurse of
each ear. but It has laen lomputtd
to be greatir than mot pople gener
ally Imagine lrencli military pilots
are coimtantly "on tho wing" and
American and I'rench riirnphine eon
Htructorh are occupied eery duy test
ing machines before delivery, mid iiIbo
what Is more dangerous In tr lug
now Inventions or Improvements. Tho
Increuscd iiuiiiIh r of airoplanes manu
factured In Prance places that country
far In the lead over tho IJnltid States
Jn the number of miles covered by air
pilots, iilthnugli American aviators
must be credited with n remarkable
total during the 5 ear
Two Pre uih-m rophine constructors
estimate, that In the iourM of 1!U1 they
each Hew on 1111 uverage at least tvven
I) mill's a dav. which would make for
tacli of them a total of 7300 miles cov
ert d III the air without an accident In
twelve months, anil that total does'
not Include any of the long-dlstanco
touring 1 xpeditlons performed by
As It must be the same to a greater
or smallei cli gree w Ith other construc
tors and military, professional and
amateur aviators all over the world,
the total of the miles Mown by man In
the course of 3C5 days must lie all the
more formidable, In cause now only 11
strung. wind 11111 prevent Might. On
tho otlur hand, fatal uic dents nro of
too fn qui lit occurrence", and some
times a most skillful pilot, like (ira
huin ailinoiir. Is the victim Never
tliless, It would probably bo no exag
geration to nlllrm that, taking Into ac
count tho distance traversed In the air,
the fatal aviation accidents In 1911 di
minished, compared with those tho pre
vious J ear In nn case, It is Impos
sible nt to recognize tho fact that
Might has, by the Improvements Intro
duced Into airoplanes uud aviation mo
tors, hi en made much safir than It
The great object which evirj con
scientious aeroplane constructor keeps
In view Is to make ucrlal travel us
safe as tho other means of locomo
tion that Is to sn, Jouruejing on laud
unci sea, by rail, "motor ear, steamer
and horse-drawn vehicles In an ar
ticle published In the Airophlhi (the
organ of the IVeiuli club), M Alex
andre See pointed out that the princi
pal cause of' aeroplane accidents Is
longitudinal Instability, occasioned by
the unintentional or careless use of
the horizontal rudder The Injudicious
use of that rudder, 01 stabilizator, may
be due to u variety of causes, such as
tho pilot being seized with giddiness
or cold partly paralysing tho bunds
WITH MOVING PICTURES
Moving pictures are to bo used by
the Central Oeorgla Itallroud, a Har
rlman line, to teach the elements of
railroading to the more Ignorant of the
emploes, many of whom ure negroes
and Illiterate It Is believed that sub
stituting pictures for text bonks, tiny
can he taught to pel form their duties
Senntor went home full of conserva
llsm and dlod of it, politically.
La Polletl Is a frail, undersized
man with a sketchy digestion ami a
passionate v icabulary if )i0 woro
I aid-headed 10 would bo scarcely flo
feet tall, but 'his fiercely militant hair,
which is always standing 011 tiptoe
searching tliri horlon for now trouble,
ndds secrnl Inches to his stature He
Is smooth-Bhaven and must continue
so until a Vii-lety of asbestos whisker
' -' ' t
Is lincntcd wjilch can llo next to a
perpetually white hot oeabulary wltli
out wilting. (
La Pollcttej holds the long-distance
remark record of the United States
Henuto, and can make forty speeches
per dny whllOjCampalgiilug without re
peating hlmstlf. He works for the
Uoeriimcut flajs,'('!ialauiuaa nights
and vucatloii'i and edllH Ii Pollette's
Magazine during his meal hours. It
elected ho will not appoint ex-Senator
Aldrlch Secretary of the Treasury.
TO BE TALKED
Tho Prospect Heights Improvement
Club has Issued the follow Ing notice
Honolulu. Juno 3, 1912.
Thero will be an Important meeting
of tho Prospect Heights Immovemcnt
Club Thursdnyl evening, June C, at the
resldeilro of Clinton (1. Owen, 1!"i4G
Thurston nvenuo. Uuslness. Clean Up
Day matters; macadam on Piospett
Wo want every member present ut
llrmiglit II) a Pure Food.
An old sajlng Is that the human
hodv entirely changes everj sevon'UBall",t "0 ahlp IMward Sev.nll Ped
years that Is, we now have no ele-ernl Ju'Iku Hole continued tho case to
ments In our system which wero thero! ncxt -Thursday afternoon, when It Is
seven curs ago It Is certain that wo
can change from thu vigour of buoy
ant health to a debilitating Illness in a
vorj short space of llnii, and some
limes. If we aro forttmato In Uncling
Just the proper ro-bullder, tile dlscaso
is driven out and health roturns Just
No mote ceitnln rehullder can bo
found than drape-Nuts, fur It contains
tho elements neccssaryto renew tho
nerve ami brain tissues. Tho starch
In the ginlns, from which tho food is
made. Is chnuged. In tho manufacture,
to a form of sugar, and this renders It
easy of digestion to Invalids as well nj
those In Iho prime of health.
A lady living in Acton, W. London
(Kug ) writes '
"It Is-with both pleasure and grati
tudo I write to tell you of the Bplcn
did results we havo derived from
Orapo-Nuts -Por veais I havo suffered
from neive tumbles, neuralgia, etc.
Home months ago my husband per
suaded me to give Urapo-Nuts food a
trial I felt (he benefit, of tho llrst
packet, and since, needless to say
have never been without It
better, feeling refreshed In the morn-
lug, have gained both flesh unci rosy
cheks, loi.t in) neuralgia, and feel In
tho best of health. I fcell my little
girl with It also; she, like myself, suf-
fered from anaemia, and was a con
stant vvorrj to mo, but now I am de
lighted lo say she Is the picture of
health I strongly recommend nil
mothers to uso (Irapo-Nutn, and they
cannot Tall In getting tho happiest re.
suits, for It Is cortnlnly tho moat pala
tublo food I havo over tried,"
There's, a reason.
Servo Grapo-Nuts with, milk, hot or
cold. It is a delicious food. No cook
Ing rocpilrod. m
TWO NEW COMPANIES TO
RAISE BEES AND CATTLE
The .Standard Honey Company and
the Standard Agricultural Company,
organoid to raise bees and cattle,
were Incorporated esterday Tho
llrst 11 lined has a capitalization of J4
00 and the siiond 1.M00. nnd both aro
fin uiul bj the following men, who will
serve as otllurs l.eo Ht John tlllucrt,
president. Lewis (' King, vice presl
diut, 11 Ht. John flllbert. ticasurer;
Walter Uulsmbcig, Hicrctar;' T. V.
of the world's bottled beers is the supreme position
occupied by Olel SSeSSahBe
Its high reputation is due to its exclusive Saazcr Hop
flavor, its low percentage of alcohol and thorough
ageing in the largest storage cellars in the world. Only
the very best materials find their way into our plant.
Boltlctl oily (with corht or crown capt) at l(e
St. Louis, Mo.
After listening to uvldencn for sev
eral hours csterday afternoon In the
$30,000 damage suit of Prank Sullivan
"Ke'r '"at witnesses will bo Introditc
ed by Attnrncjs It W Ilrcckous and
Judgo Stanley, counsel for tho defend
ant, to show that Sullivan was In full
possession of his meiitnl faculties
when ho signed the dismissal of the
case somo time ngo
An unusual feature of yesterday's
hearing was tho appearance on tlm
witness stand or Attorney (leoigc
Curry, pructor for tho llbellant.lo glvo
evidence concerning tho events sur
rounding tho signing of tho dlsmlssnl.
The boatswain of tho Sow all, who
,,1B remained In Honolulu, olso was
called to tell of the peculiar actions
nnd apparent Irresponsibility of Stilll
van following the accident at sea,
when It Is claimed Suljlvan was In
jured mentally, causing a recurrence
of the trouble that kept him nn Inmate
of an Insane asylum for two jcars In
I hlH early y""'-
CENTRAL UNION BIBLE
SCHOOL PLANS BIG PICNIC
Arrangements nro helni- rmmilfte.i
' : for the annual idcnle or Centml 1'ninn
. church Hlbtn Hchnnl i.l,lnh . Ill l,n I. ..1.1
, Kamehameha l).i June 11, on the
i Puliation campus At least 1C0O and
possibly 2000 are expected to nttend,
among tho guests being number of
tho Kakaako, l'alama and Kallhl mis
Tho executive committee having the
afTalr In charge Is composed of V A
Hovvm, A I." Larimer and Mrs 13 A
' 'flirt nllier eniiiititlti...u n.lll.
chairmen aro as follows
Ileceptloii I.jlo A Dickey
Tents, tables and chairs O W
Boxes and lunches C 13 Dlacovv.
Lemonade W A. Pngle
Snda water and Ico IMuln Ileum r
(lames t'liarles P I.oomls
Provision for missions Mrs 13 A
lYult Prank C Atherton
Tickets Kd Towso
Transportation C II Tracy
Tho Merchants' Association direct
ors mny hold n meeting Thursday aft
ernoon to consider tho Invitation of
the llllo Hoard of Trade to meet In
Hllo In conference with other commor
tlal organizations of tho Terrltorj
noxt September. Tho Chamber ol
Commcrco lias already accepted tho
Plantation Store Buyers
NEW YORK CHICAGO ST.
For a limited time, with an extenilve line of samples In DRY GOODS,
jSPECIALTIES, UNDCRMUSLINS, WAISTS, CHILDREN'8 DRESSES.
CLOTHING, HOLIDAY GOODS, CUTLERY and JEWELRY.
As An Accommodation I
To the Hawaiian Trade
i Who wish to buy direct from the
?of FURNITURE, HARDWARE,
JAMELEDWARE, CANDY, CIGARS,
HORSE GOODS, VEHICLES, BICYCLES and MOTORCYCLES.
Large complete Catalogue! sent to cuitomerjC
Will visit Hawaii, Maui and Kauai later.
Write or call up for appointments
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
Open dallyi constant attendant.
AT THE TOP
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Honolulu T. H.
LOUIS MINNEAPOLIS DALLAS
Eoit. We are alio larcjeit Jobber!
TINWARE, CHINA, CROCKERY, EN.
Chinese, Japanese and Hawaiian