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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNC 17, 1912.
deposited In our Savings De
partment entitle! you to a Home
Pank the greatest help to sav
Open an Account today, deposit
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.
BANK OF HAWAII.Ltd.
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 HEECHAHT STREET
P. 0. Box 523
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, -Intio 17.
Yi lis never expected to tie, o im
failed to take! out a
Ilefure you nail, why not do the
wine tiling nnil set hoiiio real protec
thin. STANDARD PROSPECTS
23 Fort Slreat
Fire and Automobile
Total Resources..! 79,940.000
Losses Paid 167,911.53
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agents, T'.rrltory or Hawaii
NAMBOFSTOOK. 111(1. Asked
C. llrewcr & Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com. & suit. Co ...
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ilonomu 8ttgar Co
I Innnkaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutclitneon Sugar Plant .
Kslmku 1'lanlr.llon Co. ,.
Kckalia Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mellryde Sugar Co
O11I111 Sugar Co. . ,
Onomca Sugar Co
l'aaiiliau Sugar Plnnt Co.
Pacinc Sugar SI I'l
Palu Plantation Co
Popcekco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrle, Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmca Sugar Mill Co. . ,
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Iflcctrlc Co. ...
Hen. It T. & L. Co.. Prof. ,
Hon. II T. & I.. Co.. Com. ,
Mutual Tolephono Co. . . .
Oaliu It & I- Co
IMo It It Co.. I'M
Illlo It It Co., Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Plneupplo Co. .
Tunjong Olok ltC. pd. up
Hon. 1!. & M. Co. Abb...
Haw.Ter.4 1FI10CI.) .
Haw. Tor. 452
Ilaw. Tcrrl. i Pub. Imps
Haw.Ter. lVi ....
Hnw.Tor.3V4 . -.
Cal. Ilect Sue. & Itef. Co. C
I loh. Gas Co., Ltd., Ci..
Haw. Com. ft Bug. Co. D
HlloH.lt Co., Issue 1901.
Hllo It U. Co., Con. 6 ..
Honoknn Sugat Co , G .
Kauai Ity. Co. Cs
Kohnla Ditch Oi.Gb......
McIIrjdoSugnrCo. Ca ..
Mutual Tel. C ..
Oohnll. &I. Co. 5 ....
Oahu Sugar Co r
C!aa Sugar Co. (!
Pac. Hug. Mill Co. OS ...
Pioneer Mill Co. 0
Walalua Agrlc Co. G ..
Nutomas Con. Ca
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES !
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Home Insiirance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
Iltislnesn activities throughout Ho
nolulu make each day more Impres
slo the fact that the sales record of
tho Stock Hxchnnge Is mi longer a
barometer of general bushiest condi
tions. Tho time was when dull times In
tho sugar stock market meant dull
times throughout tho town. This Is
no longer true. The stock market Is
dull mill rather Inclined to be weak,
but general business Is forging ahead
on every Hide. Tho commercial men
lire busy, the tradesmen generally are
enjoying u period of good times, and
there Is n forward tendency nl along
These nre all cWdcnccs of the
steady nnd rapid growth of the city
Contractors are all busy with public
and prlvato work, mid tho skilled me
chanic mid laborer Is therefore In de
mand at good wageB. These people
put money Into circulation more
quickly than any others, ami the town
gits tho full hencllt.
Added to this Is a good run of sum
mer tourlstB who lire coming on the
local mid through liners, and making
t 111 Island tour 11c tiding tno Volcano
As one man put It the other day, tho
I'Vdernl (ovcriiinenl Is doing a great
dial of work of which we take coin
iiariitlvely little notice, hut wo would
' .. .. . ... .., 1.1 .
realize 11 very quicKiy nnumu i..j i",
tlnn of It comu to a standstill. We
nre also getting tourlstB of whom wo
take little notice but wo would realize
the blessing of this trade, should we
become lux 111 tho sanitation or tin'
city and tho port bo closed for any
i:erythlng promise for 11 busy
summer followed by 11 record-breaking
The Clean Town.
I'ullllllng the purpose to keep the
town clean nnd free from posslblo
port quarantines. Acting Governor
Mott-Smlth has declared .Inly 18 11
public holiday to bo devoted to clean
ing up the city by citizen forces, as
sisted of course In every way by the
olllcers and employes of the govern
places the dry weather Is more or
ess serious but the extension or trrl-
cation systems has averted tho seri
ous dangers resulting rrnui a tlryi
spoil guch as the Territory appears till
have entered upon for the summer
Tho record of sales on tho Slock 1
Hxchango for tlio week follow
Monday, Juno 10.
Sales Uotween Hoards. 1G Itapld
Transit prcf.. 140; 20 Kwa, 33; 10 Oa
liu. 2814: $2000 Cal. lief. Gs, 100. I
Session Sales: IS O. It. & I.., 170;
II. 11. & S. Co., 4m: 10 H. C. ft S.I
Co., 4 ',,; 10 Calm. 28V4; G Onomca, I
r.214; I" Mellryde, ,; 10 Mellryde,
'Jli; f, Haw. Sug. IS.
Wednesday, Juno 12.
Sales Uotween Hoards' HID Kwa,
aVtl r, Walalua, 130; r, Walalua. 131), I
10 Oahu, 2S',; 3., Onomca, r3 .
Session Sales SGOWI Olau Gs. 'J7U I
IT, Kwa, 32; 10 Kwa. 3291; Hi Una,
32V. 10 Kwa. 32V4; 10 Oahu. 2SVi, 20
Oahu, 28'S; 100 Mcllrydo, UV4; flu Mc 1 1
llryde. UV4; 10 Mellryde, Stfc.
Thursday, Juno 13,
Sales llotwccn Hoards- CO Mo
Undo. 914; 200 Kwa, 32; nil II. C
& S, Co., 44; 2.1 II C. ft S Co.,'
14; 70 Oahu, 2SV1; 12 Oahu, 28".
12 Oahu, 2SM; 25 Oahu. 2SU; 10 Oa
Im, 2SV1; 30 I'lopeer, 21 U; 30 Wola
lua, 130; $3000 )laa Gs, M7; $3000
Olaa Gs, w7. 1
Session Sales-lCI II. f. ft S. Co..
14; 10 II. O. ft S. Co., 41; 2:, II,'
C. ft S. Co., 44; ir, . ('. ft S. Co.,
44; r, Oahu. 2S"4; r, Oahu, 28Vi,
iooo 0. it ft l. r,H. 111:1 14.
Friday, Juno 11.
Sales Uotween Hoiuds: 30 Oahu.
2SVt; 10 Ouhu. 2SVi; f, Oahu, 28'i; IX
O. It ft U, 170;r,0 II. f. ft S. Co..
44Vj! r.O II. C. fc S. Co., 44V4; 100,1
Olaa. ,vy. $3000 lion, tins Cs 100; $.,,-
On Account of Stock-Taking
Broken Sets and Surplus Stock in all linesof Goods
carried by us will be sold at Auction Prices.
DIM) Hllo Ex. Gs,
Olaa, 7'SJ Iff Mc
Agr., 10.".; 0 O. HJ
IV4; in Kwn. 32
20 Hwa. 3211 : r0
Irviln "lit I
Saturday, Juno in.
Hoards 1G llawn
ft L.. 170; 100 Olaa.'
7V4i ir, (niomea, r3; $1000 Walalua rs.
103; 10 Walalua, 130; $3000 Olaa Gs,
Session Sales IT, Hrcwery. 21: If,
Sales Hetween Hoard: ISO Oahu.
$28.2.'.; 100 Olna, $7.f,0.
Kisslun 10 tiimi, $,.r,o; zi uiaa.
$7.50; r,0 Oahu. $28.2.",; HO Oahu.
$2S.2.ri; 20 Oahu, 2Si,",0 I'ahang,
Latest .sugar quotation! 3.98 cents,
or $79.60 per ton.
ment. There Ib no great hue and cr Onliu. 28,i; 100 Oahu. 2S',i, 10 llawn.
Agr., zoo; a 11. u. ft H. ro 4IV4.
There Is yet hope that the Panama
(anal may be opened to all American 1
merchant' ships regardless of their I
mwii.-i mii,,-(iiiui uiuk it, u 1,'IIVI I, '-1 I
ceiveii ny 1110 unamner 01 iommc ret ,
rroin Secretary Mcllellan lie says'
that the Senato Is likely to remove the 1
linn from rullrouil lAined ships passed.
by tho House of Ilepreseiitatlves
Hawaiian tobacco Is coining lo the
lore again. Tue I law all cigar Is on
the market made from the clear Komi
lonucco grown aruc,iirnu ui me jarcu
ti. Minin piuniunon. inciiicniaiiy .Mr
Smith has u prospectus out fur a $til).
000 corporation to take out his plan
tation enterprise nnd develop tho Ko
mi tobacco Industry Mr. Smith states
that ho has proved the practicability
of tobacco growing and Us manufac
ture Into a high glade article
90 King Street -
$2500 New house, tlirco bedrooms, Ka.
plolalil Tract, below King.
100x100. Mnny viiluablo fruit
$10,000 About seyen acres at I'liunul.
ndjolr.liiB Country flub. Superb
111a; Inu and inouiitaln view.
HEHDV WATERUOUSt 1 R UST CO
.Ueinbers lloiinliilii Stork and lluud
PHUT AM) JIKHCIIAXT STUEETS
-t.ot near King St. and Knllhl
nuena Schoolr 50x100. Kasy
lu ini.nt. Liberal discount for
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Walty Building 74 8. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
HEAL E8TATE, INSURANCE.
HARRY ARMITAGti.. Special Partner
H. C. CARTER General Partner
0. A. WALKER General Partner
Hairy Armitagc & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8
P. O. Box 6C3 Phona 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
Cable and Wireless Address
over tho necessity for a elcan-up, but
there. Is not the slightest doubi that
every activity which serves to pro
mote civic cleanllneSB is good busi
ness. The whole success of the mer
cantile man Is dependent on Honolulu
being ii thoroughly sanitary city.
Iliislness Interest i enters about the
disposition of the Spreckols property
on Which It W Shingle secured nn
option dining bis recent trip to tho
Coast. Sometime ago It was thought
thu prfco placed on tho piopcrty was
inn hleh. As tliu city develops and
tho certainty of tho 1'edeml building
irnlni- mi nn the extended Mahnka situ
liccomcs more apparent, the men of
lurge means are more disposed to feel
that present values nre very reuioie
able when compared with tho proba
bilities of the very near future.
Aside from the activities of general
growth the attitude of the nvoragd
luiBlness man is a waning one. ii
wants to know the outcomo of the
nominations for Presidential candi
dates, mid may Indeed wait till arter
tho election heroic starting out on any
broud schemes of development or In
vestment. This Is the usual and nut-
ill nl condition of u Presidential year,
mid more potent in lis iiiiiuence on
things Hawaiian on account of the
liiiinticratlc threat of free sugar.
which no one believcH Is mole than a
threat but nevertheless tears, mere
in mnnev lii treat plenty III Honolulu
Magnlllcent returns are being realized
from tho sugar ciop. Itegiilar divi
dend mo being paid with the near
prospect or extras. The banks huyii
money In plenty and no loans on ica
sonabln securities aio refused. Tho
rate of Interest Is low. All conditions
except tho Nullonal situation lire iuv
orablo to it Benson of exceptional uc-
tlvlty. Hut tho National political game
commands In this instance.
This accounts for tlie null biock
market. Tho record of the stock ex
change Is that of a quiet season, mm
i ... ..o ir lli lvf-hnni-i
Regularly selling at $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 will be placed in our
Bargain Window at 25 cents each. Not a large quantity of
' each style.
Odd Sizes, many of them selling at $3.50, will be offered at $1.00
Regular 25c quality, will be sold at 5 and 10 cents.
Men's Underwear, Dress Shirts, Working Shirts,
Ties and Collars at Half Price
During this Sale the prices of BOYS' CLOTHING will surprise the
SALE BEGAN TODAY
Kam Chong Company,
Fort and Beretania Streets
Tho proposal for Honolulu to In
vest $22,000 in the additions needed
for the new armory has been placed
before the Hoard of Supervisors. It
Is not likely, to go through without
opposition as some of the Supervisor.
Iiavo expressed the opinion thai the
Territory should expend this amount,
and the emergency fund Is available
Thayer Piano Company, has Incorpor- of considerable sugar In this country
nteil Ills business. The cupltul Is $10,- when otherwise It might not be so. Is
000 Mr Thayer and Ills two sons nro not an effective argument against It
tho controlling olllcers of the enter-. That Is nn Incident rather limn iiiiur
i,rfc pose That It enables tho people of
1 lour possessions, Hawaii, I'orlo lllru
f.,uir,i,.(in ,.rk on Dm preat and tho Philippines, to supply to oui
Construction work on ,tho great nnd the Philippines, to supply to
online station In lonnectlon with. market more than they ntliei
Tim rni.iirl itt I Im it tiiirri laiitti f if I Im
Punchbowl lots In which the Portu-'eil to be from twenty-live to lirty Ver
Pearl Harbor lias begun. Tho sewer
construction for the nuvy yard has
also been started.
Iteports from the Philippines nre
that the sugar crop In thoso Islands
has been seriously Injured by drought.
In some districts the yield Is expect
We deal In lilted and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 0 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred W. E. LOGAN A
CO. Room 1. Bacon Block. Oakland,
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Loans
57 KAAHUMANU 8TREET
gucso tesldents liavu preicrciiuai
rights was made to the Hovernor dur
ing the week The total valuation Is
something like $ir,0,00o. Tho up-
prulsers plated the value or the prop
city Involved all the way froih two
cents to twelve cents per squato foot
thus making the lots range from $150
to $13:,0. The lots not subject to pior
crcntlal rights will be Mild on August
IB, when the lease of the Knplnlaul
Kaiutii expires. The Portuguese resi
dents are getting title to their homes
onJer very favorable tonus according
to tho present outlook.
cent less than last )car
The Tag Day enterprise of the
would Is a benefit to them not to be
despised In their present slngo of In
dustrial development, even If it costs
us u little for their prollt There Is
no BUlllclint reason for giving up tint
revenue because It enables them lu
get a slightly heller pi lee There Is
also an Incidental hem-lit to Cuba In
the iirefeitnll.il tut.- allowed by the
reciprocity treaty with that Island
but for that we get amide tompensn-
lion III the lower duties granted in re
Giffard k Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Slock and Hond
Ntangeiiwald Itldir., 10J Merchant HL
FOR SALE r
flood liuiibo mid largo lot planted
In healing fruit trees ami grape vIikb,
Tine cottage In town with gas iiml
oleclrle light nnd quiet neighborhood i
$2:1.00. " I
A couiforlahle renin led 1 bed room I
liouso with nil modem linpuivemenls
bin! largo lannl; completely si reen-d
A good liouso with vino) aril at Kail-,
An almost now 8-bed room collage,
with gas, electric light and sewor run
roctlon, on Pua Bt.--$17. I
J. H. 8CHNACK, 137 Merchant Street,
and im:ai, hstatk
oliver g. lansing
SO Merchant Street
It begins to appear as If the llxchango
could tnko u long summer vacation
nml not bo very hcrlously put Out
thereby All the stocks uro sagging
nml fur nn other reason than tho feni
of ton much politics during tlie next
The ni-ws from Culm has hi en rath
er disquieting and aroused the old
i.in.lmiir nf Cuban annexation. The
pioulpt action or the (lovernuient In
stead of presaging Intervention, was
tho Ilrat necessary step lowarus pi in
venting u condition In Cuba that might
develop Into the necessity for assum
ing full possession oi inu innuui k
eiiimont und thus taking the step
lending certainly to annexation. There
la ii.. i , mill Hull I'll ill W HI lie ni-i ivu
und Indeed made to govern Itself as
an Independent nation If such u thing
At olio time It was thought that tho
Insunoctlon In Cuba might have some
effect nil tho raw Bugur market, but
this did not iniilerhilUn and there Ib
no reason why It should when the maj
or portion of the crop Ib In, only n
foiupurallvely few controls being In
Tho price of raw sugar Is holding
up well. According to a cable In Al
exander & Ilaldwlii on Saturday a 11a
1 u-nil rnriro teaching New Yolk on
that date sold at Vi'i.
Harvesting und growing couuiiiouh
Il...... I. l.,...u ......II...I In anoiirln,. . tlirll. TllCrO S 110 SUlllCieill rfllHOU
U'.TIi.-, for the King's Daughters' fur disturbing Unit arrangement : Tim
lliiuie. making the total sum contrlb-; liiulnteniilico of the sugar schedule Is
rum all sources fully $10,000 alld'Krouiiy in oe iireieri.i. iu ... .....,,-
..-a ii. r,.liil.iint nf ilintlon or Hie excise nix on oiisnieHH in
I'nder a decision of tho Supreme
Court rendered on Sutiirdny. the Itap
ld Transit cannot appeal the paving
case tti Washington, consequently It
Is now believed that the eonipnnj
must under Its franchise, proceed to
do the paving between Kb Ir.S-ks In
accordance with the directions of the
s'miervlsnrs. or falllni: 111 this the Sun-
trrtluiirs cull have till! Having llollll
mid charge It up to the Itapld Tianslt.
plans of the organization.
A Federal food Inspector urrlved by
thu latest timisporl from the Coast, j
lie will cooperate witn me icrriioi
lal ptiro food olllcer.
Mall Street ami Sugar.
Under the title "No Harm In tho.
Sugnr Duties," the Now York Journal
of Commerce for May 20, publishes
The Senato Klnunro Committee has
reported the Uidgo substitute ror tliu
"fiee sugar" Iflll that pusseil the ouse,
and It Is likely lo go through tho Sen
ato unless there should be some com
bination of "progressive Itepiibllcnns"
wltli Democrats to voto It down nnu
pasB tho Houho hill or soma modlflca
comes which Is proposed as a menus
of making up the loss of revenue.
Hon of It.
Tax appeals ilro being dropped M entirely unobjectionable
It was derided that tho lato Dr. M.
(lai-diier. at that llmo Surgeon (lenerni
'- - .. ,".... ...... ,. i. i. i ,-
Ph.. Ij,,!.... I. Ill la In Itself " '!' nouilieril rui-iui iiuiii.iuii ii-
Ine iidee ihii is in "stir i,,.,,.,. i, ii i i,.i n n.n.
ii is 111 iui-i -..-,:..,,.. I.... r ,.i. l
. .......n. oreiicuiu iiiu-.iiutj.ti ij , .....,.-
" """"' ..,..,..... I.l II.. .,!
generally tnai u negins in iook as n . ....,. m. .... ... " "'"" ,"";,:' llrlght'fl Disease He picked out ail
II in-iiM-D mui ........... . -.- , ,!.. I,, Arl
the tax appeal tot n wouiii nave veij -, i . .. ..- ... . . .,,.., ..... K - --"" J employee in Arlzoun whoso case had
little to do. Withdrawal of the up- by the Dutch s an dur I of color. d J , , . 8 ,. R
ptals of Thto II. Duvlea & Co. wen. abolishes the differentia rates upon VmQ UmAvvl nlbunll.n,
uniiounced by Treasurer Conkllng on lellned sugar The former Ib iinll- ,!,. and patient was so weak
Saturday. These. It Is understood. In- qu.ited und an Imperfect test iif sac.. ,'J ,)r 0ar,10P
elude alt the D.ivles appeals on till .clinlllie quality or value, and tlie lal. holiovo ho could live Blxty
Isluiul of Hawaii, and Involve property ; ter alTonls a prmeciion which u. aMH
to (be vuluo of about thiee nillllous oiiiellner does not need and ought not m p,,,,,,,,.,, Ueia, Com
Tlie Week 1 1 Ddllltiu of tlie V. e n-
' :iliit Hill let I n Ket's Into more
ArlMIc Job printing can alvvn)s be lloines throughout the outclde Islunda
nbtnliieil fr the II u Met Ill's colli, limn mi) ullirr iirrthliuprr publMui'
plilel) equipped Jolt iirlulliig plaiit. lu HiihiiM.
Actual work on O.ihu belt road con
struction has been begun bv Lord
Young Co., on that section near Klpu
pa gulch. John Wilson, who won tlie
contract for constiuctloii on the othoi
side of the Island, Is oil the coast old
cling Ills plant.
The sugar schedule is ono of
tl10 pound nml we walled
i ..1 4.. ... llliillllnimi
not because u pioiecin u. .... '.- nll,niniideil for Unlit emiiloymeiit. tests
-. -"... ... ... , i..m nil iroveuieiu was repoiifii
most i etensioio in tuo prcsuuv imm. ,. -.. , ..:,,. ,,- ,i,., ,.. .,.
......? . . . . i in,.
Uirge quantities are used
The Ijird-Young Ungiiieering Com
..... im. nul l.l, lit.. i. .in Hi,, ,-,k,iuiiin..rs.
llllliy W iin ....' .....vnfc k... -. .--. .... -
ontnict for the new concrete building In the canning anil pieservniK 'u""
... i... ..,nei..,l In the Kiiiiiehaiiieha tiles us well as for direct domeslii
he can sugar Industry of Un.lstana or '""-
t beet sugar production of some oth- '. ' j',,'
er Slates, but bee. use it br bb In ,, ,, ,,al)tH,
,.l,lll IIIIO-UIVI III III I III llllllllllll III" .. . . . , m . . .
"""",'"""" ' ' v,i,r i ,, iw voralile report lour iiu.iy-iourin lest
rived from i cj stuns i lea, at n low , , tI()l)Uro uf 10
cost, for collection and Paical y tlaonH om lhu ,,ot l,ril)lllnt ,oll , .
llUlKTCI'llllimi lliLirunu im iiiw I'uvu
Moses Ewaliko Weds Fair
Maid of Maui While On
(HTl.il lln lie i in CorwipondHicr )
WAII.l'KC. June 10 Mest-s Hwa
llko. the clirk to the Hawaii county
Hoard of Kiiperv Isurs and Orgunizer
uf the l.iliiir unions of Hawaii, w,ik
lliurrleil in Walluku lo Mrs Julia Unig
W'IImiii, a fair maiden uf this town
Levi Hnopil, IruiHiirer of thu Walluku
J-nlior Union and ii dciicun lu the Mor
mon elinrcli, tied the knot that made
them twain at 7 o'clock Tuesday rven
ll'. June II, tit the homo of thn
bride's mother on Vineyard Mrc.t. Wu
llukii, mid the only oilier people pres
ent ut the ceremony were Mr P.i
theco, who arrived with the bridegroom
from Illlo that afternoon; Munucl
ltosa, secritao of the Walluku or
ganisation, ami tln hrldu's mother,
widow- of tlu, late Deputy KlurUT Ches
ter l.ung or Klliel, who prior to that
was fur many years lioukktvptr at
Prlncevllle plantatluii, Kauai, during
When it was noised about Hut a
Walluku mil ll had utolin a march over
Hllo maidens, nnd had iliprlved "I'nlr
Hopoe." rauiiMis in the Irgindary lorn
uf the Hnlliy City, of the prlvlh go
of leading lu (he hmtneul liltar ono
of the muni reus daughters of "Hlliiku-l-Kll-pi.ll-o-l'elc"
as the llft-lullK help
meet of one of her most strenuous sons
and die labor lender of Hawaii, it few
uf-thc lulior leudtrs of Maul Knth.red
luKi'lber and paid their respects to
tu iievvly-weil.ltil couile and sliower
ed upon them the blessings of the
organization ami wished (hem a union
'of many c.u In happy, uii.illuvfd
The bridal parly left for Illlo on
.Miiiin.i Kin ltixl W.dlifK.Iuy even-
tans whom wo nuv-i " ","'" '", '. .,..".,.'.K ...."'
Ilsappearanco of the' '",' , J"""" . "" " "" '..',"" ""'""
Dr. Hampers ra-
DECIDE D IT
In thirty days
if tin Hawaii llii.ird of Super-
tliroughout the islands mo goou in - ; ,,n.ses. The eiinsiunptloii
""" '. ... . ,.. ,.ii, . i .....I f..l.lt. .titi.nrlln
To a inod-
crop Is coming off well In
CASTOR I A
For Infants anil Children.
rhe Kind You Have Always Bought
SjF . ftf-f-l?. Mr U K Thayer, who has
f (iafyX CUCWli ji,ilrs rnndiicteil tho biiccosb
was $10,000. to be coiuploled 111 120 versal und fairly npporlloneii in inu
Tti.. umni, f-nniMiuiv i tii.-nnu or tin, consumers.
. . ... ,1... I,.,l..r C,i- Hi, n.,,l nvtnnt It Is 11 llfCl'SSlty lllltl til II
election of tho new building for the large extent It Is a luxury, mid the
California Keed Company, to bo erect-1 quantity distributed among tho lull-
he corner or AlaKea ami ijueon lions oi couauim-m ......... '-""'
Ti... tlmiro was J'Jo.riOO. to bo, for the Inlvldual while eontrlhiltlng
. ... ..,,-- . ,,. ,, ...
liberally to mo suppuri in inu uuni-
,ed on I
st I eels,
Tim Biimir duty Is distinctly defens-
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sBful piano iblu as being for revenue, ami uio inct
nnuiico the results iiilions iieiuu
Compound is getting In kidney disease.
It can ho had nt Honolulu Drug Co.,
Ask for pamphlet or wtllo to John
J. Pillion Company, San I'rauclscu.
MellUYIlH In Sail Francisco June tti.
to Mr. nml Mrs. Douglas Mellrile,
formerly of Honolulu, a sou
Aillstlc Job, printing ran aliiajs lie
nhtalued from the II u II et I n's rein-
ami music store under thu nam
o of the ihat It make, proiltabie tiie production plrli'lj i-iul.pfd Job prlnllue .lut
ST. LOUIS ALUMNI
St. Uiuls Collego Alumni Assocln
tloii elected olllcers yesterday at its
annual meeting ns follows:
Julius Ascli, Jr president, Uiuls A.
Perry, vice president; Otto V. Heine,
bet-rotary; Mnntiel K. Cook, treasurer:
William Chung Hoou, Jr auditor: and
Ccorgo McCorrlston, Paul J. Jarrett,
Albert Downey and John II Hoehn, ill
lectors. Next Saturday' night the ulum
ul will hold their annual reunion ut
the Union lane quarters, this J ear in
t lit) form of u smoker.