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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
deposited In our Saving De
partment entitles you to a Horns
Bank the greatest help to liv
Open an Account today, depos.it
your small change In the Home
Bank and regularly each paydav
Increase your account by some
part of your earnings. It Is the
surest and best road to wealth.
Yen; ho never expected to lie, o he
fulled to lake out u
before you nail, why not do the
nine thin und (jet some reul protec
tion. 8TANDARD PROSPECTB
Total lttourcas..f 79,940,000
Losses Paid (167,911,531
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd'.
96 King 8trt Corner Fort
350 Lot COxlOO, Kcklo Tract, near
, Wulklkl Bridge.
(1500 About 10 acres at Knlllil Val
ley Tartly under bananas Good
for chickens, grapci, etc
$ 450 Lot near King St and Knlllil
vvuena School; COxlOO. Kacy
lami'lit Liberal discount for
Notary Public, Q.-ants Marriage Li
censes) Draws Leases, Deedl
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Watty Building 74 3. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
.SEAL E8TATE, INSURANCE,
We deal in listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty 8yn
dlcate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred VV. E. LOGAN &
CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
Tor Sale flood house and largo lot
planted In healing fruit tiees ami
grape vines at Knllhi
For Kent I'luo cotlngo In town
with kuh ami cleitllc light ami quiet
A conifortnblo renovated 4 bed room
liousa with all model n ImprovcmeiilH
fciid largo laual; completely scieened
A good hnuso with vluoynid at Kuli
lly July 1st A stllsli 2 bed room
(ottagr, mosiiillo proof, gits ami elec
tric light, lu best locution ut Knlllil
All almost now 2-bed room cottage,
xvlth gas, electric light ami sow or con
nection, on Pua St. 17.
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
23 Fort 8tret
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
I 83 MERCHANT STBIET '
Phone 1432 P. 0. Bos 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, .luno 10.
NAMB OP STUCK. Hid. Asked
C. Drcwcr & Co
Ewra Plnntat'lon Co i'H
Hawaiian Acrlc. Co Ill
Haw. Com. & Sug Co. . . . -44't
Hawaiian Sugar Co 47H
Ilonomu Sugar Co. ..,
Honokan Sugar Co 11
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kiihuku l'lantr.tlon Cu. .,
Kckaha Sugar Co Uy$
Koloa sugar Co
Mrllrydo Sugar Co q!i
OnhuSugarCo 28 ;t
Onoinca Sugar Co 52 H
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd y
raaunnu mig'tr riant, uo. 24
racinc sugar . Mill
Pain Plantation Co ; .
Pcpeokco Sugar C
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalun Agrlo. Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo tlugar Co
Watraea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
Hon. P.. T. & I,. Co.. Prof. .
Hon. II T. &I. Co.. Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. ...
Oahu It. & U Co
HlloH.U. Co. I'M
Hllo It. It Co. Com
Hon U. &M.C0
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Plntupplo Co. .
Tanjong Olok II C. pd. up.
Hon. n. & M. Co Asa...
liaw.Ter. 4 tFlieCI.) ..
Haw. Ter. 4
Hnw. Terrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Haw Ter. IViJJ
Cal. Beet Sug. & lief. Co. G
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd., Cs...
Haw. Cora & Sug Co. 62
Hllo II II. Co., Issue 1!)01.
lllioit. 1( tjo.uon li,, ...
Honolcoa Sugar Co , 0 . .
Hon. K.T.&L. Oo.6 ...
Kauat Ily. Co. Cs
Mutual Tel. Co
Oahu 11. &L Co. 5
(J!an Sugar Co. G
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 60 ....
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
Natonuis Con. Cs
Sales Detvvocn Hoards: 10 Hapld
Transit prcf., 1IU; 20 Kwn, 33; 10 Oa
liu. 281.4: 2000Cal. Ilef. Cs, 100.
Session Sales: in O. 11. & L. 170: ft
II. (.!. & S. Co.. I I'd; Hi II. C & S.
Co., I4H : 10 Onhu, 2S'4: ft Onomca,
r.21i; 10 Mcllrydo, Wy. 10 Mcllryde,
U14; r, Hnw. Sug. 48.
Latest sugar quotation! 3.98 cents,
or $79.60 per ton.
HENRY WAHIIODSt IBOSI U
Mcnilicrs Honolulu Stock and lluuil
roiir am) jii:iil'iat stiii:i!ts
HARRY ARMITAOl.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER Qe-ieral Partner
G. A. WALKER General Partner
Hairy Armitage & Co.,1
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8
P. O. Box 6C3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loan
,57 KAAHUMANU STREET
Giffard fe Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Slock und Ilond
Suingcmviild lllugH Wi Merchant SL
a.n'o hi:al kstati:
oliver q. lansing
80 Merchant Street
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Action of th( Harbor Commission on
the construrllou of the Hllo whnrt
limy properly he icgiirded as the most
Important buslnosi nml commercial
elit of Honolulu for the week under
Tho Illto wharf, nnd the Improve
ment of tho Hllo harbor li one of the
Incidents of HnwnllH preparation for
tho Increased business anticipated
from the Panama Canal ILI n grraC
ining mr unci, nr course, in conuoo
tlou with tho il(fliiiuipiit of and care
for the IncreaKlng local tnilllc, hut
thn fur-l caching slgnlllciitico or tile
wliolu tiling Is that It gles scope to
the futuie or the town or Hllo and
the Islam! of Hawaii In leliillou to the
broader deelnpment of tho world'i
commerce In the Tactile
No one c.m iivoiestlinat,o the great
Importance to lluwnll In general and
Honolulu in ii.ntleul.ir the nccesslt
for getting ready Tor the I'unauia
lliinciliilu lulerc sled.
On Honolulu's preparedness will
depend In a large measure lis success
In gaining 11 first hold upon the trans
P.ielllc business whlcli thn canal Is
certain In bring H the port Is ready,
If ships can he sure of quick dlp.itch
mill Hud Hie port lncpcnsle In Its
charges, then- H not Hie slightest
doubt that llils will be a tralllc centei
far le nnd antlilng which the mint
enthusiastic has dared In pi edict
On the other hand, lr the (anil bus
iness Units Honolulu Just waking up
II the port charges ale high, anil
there Is no apparent "hid for busi
ness" on the part or our buslncsH peo
ple, thcie can only bo one result The
1 1 ciliic will Hud another loute
The natural advantages or Honolulu
and the mule to the Oilent b) mi) or
this port are multitudinous This Is
evidenced In the looting or the P.tclflc
Mall and Japanese liners through this
port, although the "great elide" would
take them all to their destination mora
quickly. Hut IT It be round that our
port equipment Is not sulllcleiit mid
the port charges I1I1J1, tills eit will
lose a gieat iii.uull of business
which It should naturally have
Australian I. Inc.
In this conni cllcm the arrival of the
Oceanic Unci Scuiiiiiin, taking the 11111
or the Sierra fni one tilp. calls In
mind an Increase In the steamship
tralllc that will soon he a fact The
Oceanic ships have been thoroughly
overhauled and will make fast and
popular boats for the Austiallan
route. Honolulu will benefit both In
the addition to Its local service and
also from the through passenger trav
el whlcli always brings a steadily In
creasing peuentngo or stoptover pas
sengers. ! lnler-lhlnnd I'rou're--.
"''T.ocn11y""tho week witnessed the In-
niiguraiion in ine new service cu me
Muun.i Kea to Hllo. giving an icddl
llon.il trip each week and resultant
quirk connection between Honolulu
und nil Island polls along the route
to Hllo The Intcr-lsland Steamship
company promises to maintain tin
service so liiig as It Is patronised buf
llclcutl) to show that it Is needed
There Is little clanger that the servkc
will ever be discontinued
Another evidence of preparation for
Increased business and or conlldenco
m "KLAi'sspiwgf l: .i::jJaWui...jaa, . fft&mm
m " ' Pi i ' I IMilBlllillii .. .'AICI
!i WW Wft -x-smmmm- &. . sjw&
In the futuro Is tho start by tho Alex
ander Young Hotel management to
make the changes necessary to estab
lish the hotel offices on the ground
floor The store next to the mauku
entrance has been vacated, the parti
tion Is being torn down and the whole
spnee will bo thrown Into ttie hotel
lobby. This gives nn entrunco and of
fice much more attractive to arriving
guests and more convenient and com-fortnhle.
(lenernl mercantile trade Is teport
ed to he holding up better than Inst
year 11 1 the opening or the summer
season. Although 11 gie.it many of
our local peoplo are leaving town for
summer trips and the steimers are
crowded to capacity. 11 tegular und
fairly largo run of tourist trade is
coming In, und It Is nlsti lo be remem
bered that tho permaiient population
of Honolulu Is stcailil) Increasing
The stock market Is dull nnd the
trend of prices Buggcris weakness
During the week selling ordors hnve
1 01110 Into tho market In larger num
bers than usual. There peoms to be
no special cause ror this except that1
unite 11 number or people appear to!
1 have dccldrcl n the same (line that ill
Is lime to sell nnd perhaps take 11 1
Dividends are being paid with I lie
usual regularity and exttas are being!
Iiiltttx! Tin. irmwtiil kitiitMtif.nl 111 lli.t
'piesent time nppeurs In be that the
jmaiket Is likely to routluee dull until
I the political excitement Is over, cle
I spite the fact Unit all the stocks on
tho list me known to be excellent In
come produce! s at the present prices.
Ileports from Hawaiian Commercial .
having closed Its grinding season are!
reminders that the end of the 19121
season Is nppioachlng Hawaiian
Commercial lias taken on u banner
crop, sold it ut high prices and har
vested the crop In the shortest tlmo
nu iccord. The crop is very close to
CO.OUtt tuns unci assures a splendid
surplus for the year Taking ndwiut
ngc of the good times, the Hawaiian
Commercial management Is making 1
elaborate and thorough Improvements
on Its ditch systom The old Spieck-
'els ditch, It Is reporled to the It it 1 - j
lie tin, Is being straightened and
1 lined with cement for the In iter de-l
livery and conservation of water I
The pi ice of sugar has continued
firm though beets have sagged So j
far as known the Insurrection in Culi.ii
has not seriously Interfered with har
vesting the sugar crop On the oilier
hand the unsettled stale of affairs ere
ntcs an uncertainty that tends to ket '
the price up It also creates an uu-l
certainty In the minds of come or uur
local, piopln us -in tho possibility of1
realizing on tho old bugbear or Cuban I
annexation This, however. Is prop-
Cll regal ded as veiy 1 emote
About the only routine of the week
Is the continued trailing In Ola.i bonds
The stock sales for tho week fol
Tuesday, June 4.
Sales lletvvoen Hoards 20 Wala
Ilia, 132, 11 II C & S. Co.. 40, II) 1
Onomca. .1.1 "i 30.1 Pnauliaii 21'-., 40
.Telephone 2i ', 10 Til phone. IOUj,
ifiOU O II i I, Co., Tib, 103 1000 ul
(.Ilia r,s. 103, .1000 Hllo 1901 0s, 100,
1000 Hllo I x Cs, '.ll'i, 4000 Hllo V.x Gs,
Have in your
9414; 3000 Hllo Kx Cs, 9 1 14; 2000 Olaa
Session' r, Hvv'n, 3314; Id O. It. &
L. Co. 170; 10 Pineapple. 41; I", Pine
apple, 4414; Pineapple, 4414;
Oahu, 8; 90 Oahu, 2ST4; 40 Pineap
ple, 44141 10 Wnlalna, 13114.
WodnoRclnv. Jnnn ft.
Snles Iletweeti lln.ir,l 111 II (V JO
s r in. m it r r u i'.. if. r
S Co., lb. 10 1 II. C & S Co.. 4C; ft
Hnw. Sugar, 48; r, Haw. Sugar, 48; r,
Haw. Sugar, 48; 2.", Walalun, 131; 21
Wnlalua, 131; r, Walalua, 131;
Ilrewery, 21; CI Pioneer, 3IT4;
Kwn, 3314; TiO Pineapple, 4414;
Tango Olok, 39; 3000 Hllo Kx.
91'4; 2000 Hllo 1901 Cs, 100J ; 100O
llllO mill 1,8, l!JO4; .10UU Ulaa OS.
9714; 2000 Walalua Hs. 103.
Session Sales 10 Mcllr)de, 9; ft
Mcllrydo, 9; ft Mcllryde, !)4j 20
Pineapple. 4411; 2.1 Oahu, 28ft.
Wednesday, June ft
W M TTltoMW I" Klow.ng terms of the excellent
T.i .; 1 li, n- ; .'., pineapple lands that are being devcl-
Pineapple, 41',; 2, Pineapple 44 14 : 0,H.,I by the homesteaders who have
nrv0Tr; V 4 T 'W" VMl CS' established themselves on that Island
100; 5 Mcllryde, 0. j The Commissioner conducted a sale
Session Sales, ft Mcllrjde. 9H; ft of oalin lands on Saturday in which
McHrjcIc, 9JV: ft Oahu, 28ft; ft Pine- t, bidding was very actlvo and Inter
apple. 44; 100 Mcllryde, 914; 100 Mc-PRtnR us showing the growing appre
llrjde, J 14. elation on the part or the people that
I'rlday, June 7. nmi m most any district 011 this 1s-
Sales Hctween Hoards: 150 llwn, '""fl Bood buy, on the fnvoruble
?3; K0 Kwn, 33; 200 Hwa, 33; 20,000 terms offered by the Uovcrnmetit.
Olan Cs, 97H; J3000 Olaa Cs. 9714; M00
Hllo 1901 Cs, 100ft; 0000 Hllo 1901 Gs, Proper!) Valuations.
100ft; 30 Oahu. 28; 2.1 II. C. it S.. Treasurer Colikllng Is being nlter-
Co, 1.1. ' natcly praised and condemned for the
Session Snles ft Onoinca. ft3'4 . ' gueral Increase In valuations shown
Sales Hctween Hoards. 3000 Hllo b) the returns of the Assessor The
l'.. Cs. 9114; 2000 Illlo Hx. Cs, 9114; total tax valuation for the Territory
1.1.000 Hllo 1901 Cs, 100ft; M00 Hllo Is 177,792,911 The amount Involved
I'Hll Cs, 100ft; GOOD Walalun .Is, 103. In appeals Is M.S73.3G Of tho
.100 O H & I.. Co. fts, 103; 22 O. It. amount on which appeals have been
it I Co, 170? 20 Oahu. 28Vi. Iltftl the largest Is oil Hawaii with
Session Sales 10 Mcllryde. 914; 1.382,31ft
10 Oahu, 2SI4; 7 Oahu, 2814; 13 Oahu, T"n ,l,,t nppeal boards appointed by
2314; 01 Hnwn. Hlec, 225; 5000 Olan "10 Treasurer are:
Cs, 97'i, 10 Walalun, 131; ft Walalua. '''lrRt J'clul Circuit II von
131; till Hvva. 33; 50 Hwa. 33; 2.1 Kwn, ' chairman; T ltawllns and
33; .1 Onomcn, 53. J I-ando.
I Third Judicial Circuit (leorge P
Tulloch, chairman; Palmer P Woods
Wlllard i: Ilrown of Hajstead t Co nnd W. II. O. Arnemniin
announced this week his retirement Kourth Judicial Circuit D H Mct
from tictlvo participation In the brok- ger, chairman; A. 11 Lindsaj and K.
erage business of the street Mr A Sotithworth
Ilrown will make mi extended tour The nppolntments, made on the icc
vvlth his family. It Is reported that ommetidntlon of Territorial Treasurer
ho will devote some of his time to tho Conkllng, took effect lmnicdbilely
development of tho schemo for the
Komi railway M In less Plants.
I Trans-Pacific vvlroks plains ap-
The llrst tests of the llattello sugar llPBr to hv nU ,! .rn('V T1' "","'. i'"!!
process were begun at Hw,, planta- cotnpanj expects to ''' '',1"
Hon last Mondnv Mr Noel I)icrr of ""e,oJ thv ",r"t .f A"B,,"t f''
tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters Hxper- eommunlcatlon with the t o.m As
lint-nt station Is In chnrgo of the ex- """' ' s;mo weeks ago In the
perlment, which If successful bids fair Uulletln the Vcstcrn t n Ion co-
in rvlili,l. ti.n ,r..n ,T,ierttlliK with tho Marconi l-stem
.. . 1, 1 1
lobaccu Is having an Inning these
da) s, nnd the Hawaiian product seems
to be making good.
" . . :: '" . :"M : "'
fact u red In the cunt from tobacco from
the Jarcd (I. Smith plantation wero'T'... h, " V "' .,J , ,.. ,i,t i,i.
put on the oca! market. They are
very generally approved. .
. ,-'l....ip". "'; '" '";,".':.""..."
the Knua Tobacco Co olllcers that
Manager Daniels had sold twenty-one
tons of that company's products,
whlcli has bed w lilting n bujer fori
dome months The delay In the sulci
has hctn due to tho dllllcultlcs ut- J
tending the lull odiic tlon or a new art-1
Iclc It Is report"d however that "tho
Ice seems to have been broken" and
now options on the output of t c
plantation have been taken by lead
ing dealers ot the States
home a case of clear, sparkling
I)r i: V Wilcox of the V S Agri
cultural Experiment station gave al
talk on the local methods of handling
,,'tho campaign ugiilust the fruit fl l)r I
iiiilua uciivicn ,1,111 u iiMunut- in hiui
only solution of the problem Ho
thinks that to carry on the light und 1
er the present method, and have It
nlnoilllt to Illivtlling would cost a ln'
"oh dollars lie does not crltirnc
, minler n ,,,,.,, ,,, ()rk , bp
, ,, ,lU ,,,,, tho ,,IIlcacv ut ,,.
CO t The cables brought news of the ar
dO rlvnl In San Krnnclsco of Professor
30 Severln, who Is to tell the ( iillfor
f nlali's what he knows or the frull-lly
Under the 31.000 Federal npproprl-
nn n IVdernt ..inrnr frnni VVnsh
; Ington Is expected to urrivt. soon to
tnko up the light
('(Hid I'rnll l.amls.
Iund Commissioner Tucker return-
.owners for the estahllslieiont of a sta-
tlon t ti this Island Added 1 1 these
'will boa powerful s'atlon maintained
, jC armeii KerUco statlonei here
n.,.,,) Trans!! Progress
'Mr u Tcnllcy i,.ck' lenvlng for
Washington suddenly started the gos-
.! .. nu lis lilu linoiilliln iMilIa
,J ,.,.,,0, g0nK to the cpltol
g Ju lft,on f possible the passage
f 1.10 bill that l enable tho Hapld
TriTsit tc extend Hi lines tu Pearl
W. C. PEACOCK A CO., LTD.
WINC AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
The new plant of the
8c Malting Co. is the
on the mainland and
Is brewed and bottled under tin m st
The discharge end of the Pasteurizer
and part of the packing room are shown
with tho Ara -Notch In
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 1 5c. each 2 for 25c
dune I'cihody ft Co., Makers'
llnrbor This extension Is very much
to h" desired
Ulmn 1m la filiannt III T mil llinlnn
th" n'tornejs for the ton pjn ere en-
ileuviiiinp to nun i' wiv to gc tno
paving decision of 'he loyal fc'ipremo
('inn belore tho L'uiled Steles Su
pi -mo Court
Twenty-three thousand dollars
from municipal funds to he used In
the construction of the Honolulu arm
ory Is n subject that Is agitating the
olllclnl nnd average citizen minds
these dns Tho general sentiment
seems to be that It Is an excellent
Investment for the city
Judge Dole rendered an uporlnnt
decision lu the Mnhukn site case,
when he held that property holders
aio entitled only to damage for Injury
to stock and fixtures Incurred In t'n
removal of their goods, when leaving
for n new location. This Is favorable
to the Government's side of the cas)
now before the court
We told It A Ciothers IMItor nnd
Proprietor ot the Kan Pranclsco Uul
letln, that to convince him llrighfs
Disease and Diabetes lire curable If h
would send us a rase we would a'
tempt a demonstration.
The result wns that we were put In
touch with n joung phslelan who ha'
Diabetes He was so Incredulous a
tlrst that ho -would not take the
treatment, although there wns no
charge When his case becamo ex-
I tremo nnd ho wns In bed In n dar'
I room he consented. Within four
nonius irom ine once inai ruiions
Dlnbcjic Compound was sent him h
cnlled at our oltlco In person to ex
press his gratification and asked what
we expected him to do. W'o repllo'
that nil wo asked of him wns to ca"
I on Hdltor Crothers of the Uulletln and
I declare the results. He did so Hu
It .teems the dlsenau was not cntlrel
eliminated, for about thrco years
thereafter his death wns rooorted
We do not make strong claims I"
young enses nud vvero prena-ed f '
fulluro. Hut who can measure Mi
value of those three years -H-'
the patient's life' Who will Ha
was not worth while?
If middle-aged or over we lock f
permanence In many cases '1
hnve been a number who haw '
cured ccr ten vears)
Pillion s Dlnhe'le Coreor it"'
had nt Honolulu tVrtig Tomnnn
Ask for pamphlet or w l
J Pulton Conipnn "an K'ane'
equal ot .w plant