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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
The people you tea enjoying Nil
the comforti and mny of the
luxuries of Nfe are those who
saved eonle part of their Income.
You can belong to this clatt If
you will put atide each week or
month tome elated turn out 'of
The eneleit way to do this li to
open a Savings Account at thtt
Capital and Surplus, 1,200,000
Yen; ho never expected to tie, eo he
(ailed to tukn out a
Before you noil, why not do tho
wlio thine and get some real protec
tion. STANDARD PROSPECTS
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Fire and Automobile
Tot: Rt.ourcee. . 7,940.000
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$2600 New house, three bedrooms, Kn.
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100x100, Many valuable fruit
$10,000 About seven acres nt Ptiunul,
udjoltdiig Country Club. Superb
marine and mountain view.
450 Lot near King St. and Kallhl
wnena School: 60x100. Easy
p'aymeut. Liberal discount for
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We deal In lilted and unllited secu
rities of all klndi. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LOQAN 6V
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electric light nnd i tilut neighborhood
A comforlablo renovated 4-bcd room
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bnd largo lanal; completely screened'
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obtained (rum (lie II u 1 1 ot I ii'h com-,
jileli'l) ciiiliifil juli printing plant
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 524
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Saturdny, Juno 22.
NAMBOJ' STOCK. J3ld. Atkcd
C. Uroncr&Cu .
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agric. Co. .....
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
llnnokaa Sugar Co
Hiilku Sugar (Jo
Hutchinson Sugar Plant. .
Kahukii Plantation Co. ...
Kcknha Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Mcllryde Sugar Co
Oiilm Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Olan Sugar Co Ltd
Paauliau Sugir Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
I'alu Plantation Co
Popoekco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agrlo. Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Picf. .
Hon. II. T. & I.. Co.. Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
Onhu It. & L. Co
Hllo It. K. Co.. Pfd
Hllo R. It. Co.. Com
Hon. D. & M. Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . .
Tanjong Olok R.C., pd. up .
Hon. I). & M. Co. Ass...
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) ..
Haw. Torrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Cal. Beet Sug.& lief. Co. C
Hon. Oas Co., Ltd., Cs...
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. G
Hllo It. It. Co., Issue 1901.
Hllo ILK. Co., Con. d ...
HonokaaSugai C0..GX ..
Hon. R.T. &L.Co.X ...
Kauai Ky. Co. Ca
Kobala Ditch Co. Cs
Mcllryde Sugar Co. Gs . . .
Mutual Tel. Cs.
Oahu II. & I Co. 6X
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
C!aa Sugar Co. 6
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. Cs ....
Pioneer Mill Co. C
Walalua Agric Co. 6 ...
Natpinas Con. 6s
Sules -Between Hoards: 8 Oahu
2"V4: J'Oalw, 2JV4: 7 Brewery, 21: 33
Kckaha, soo; zi Kekaha, 300;-,wwu
Olaa cs, 'Ji'a; 10 Ulna. A.
Session Sales 1C Oahu, 27H: 10
Oahu, 2714: 1C Oahu, 27 ',0; Hi Oahu,
2714. 12 Oahu, 274; $1000 Olaa, Cs,
ilil&S $2000 Olaa Cs, 1)7'.,; $2000 Olaa
Cs, 7: 2.i Ewa. 32? K0 Ewa, 32: 43
Ewa, 32; 10 Kwu, 32: 7 Kwa, 32; 4.ri
Pioneer, 33; 10 Pioneer, 33.
Latest sugar quotation! '3.92 cents,
r $79.60 per ton.
Beets lis 81-2d
Members llonoluli Stock and Bond
POUT AM) MKItCHANT STKGKTS
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H. C. CARTER General Partner
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Phone 1371 122 Kinr It.
Over-Night Indications Point to Nominatibn of Talt, Prob
ably on First Ballot Roosevelt Refuses to Sanction Bolt
Third Party Talk Dying Out.
OHICAOO, III., Juno 21, Toft on rtilci, which tliotoosevcltcra declare
the first ballot. This Is'tlie prognos- pre framed expressly with tho Inton-
I lent Ion here and almost no uncertain lion-of perpetuating the present pollt
ty remains. , leal Rystcm of rontrolllng conventions.
Tho convention will convene nt 10 A healed debate Is a Certainty over
o'clock tomorrow (Saturday) morning, this coming report,
and, although there is every Indication Platform Alto To. Be Foughf.
that there will be hard fighting on bov- Tho supporters of Senator Ln Fol
cral points, It Is thought that tho del- letlo are also expected to attack the
egates will make the attempt to crowd report expected from the Platform
throe days' work Into ouo nnd adlourn Committee, which adds to the trnnl.
sine dlo some time early Sunday morn-
Ing, with n platform formulated and a
candidate lor the Presidency formally tomorrow in order that the conven
In the field, That candidate, It Is lion may not have to adjourn over un
practically agreed by all factions, will III ttie beginning of another week,
ho William Howard Tart. Tho fact that the convention will
From many whirlwinds of rumor re- open Saturday morning, for the fifth
gnrdlng the intentions of the ndlicr-
cnts of Hoosevclt has come the con-
vlctlon on the part of. many that he,
too, will bo nominated Presidential
candidate within tho next few days,
possibly at a convention to be called
Immediately after tho regular conven-
Hon has adjourned. Mr. Uoosovclt
himself has publicly expressed tho de-
slro that his delegates take no such
action at tho present time.
Fight Coming on Rules.
Ills followers have decided not to
nbandon the fight and there Is every
prospect of a series of violent discus-
plons tomorrow. The report of tho
Rules Committee is almost certain to scrtlon of a plank declaring that tho
preclpllatu a hard struggle. The ma- tariff is something that should be tak
jorlty has decided to recommen.l now en up by a tarlS board of experts.
TEDDY TURNS DOWN CLAMOROUS. APPEALS FOR BOLT
CHICAGO, III., Juno 21. Every
thing politically In evidence tonight
went to show that all expectations
Colonel Itooscvelt may have had of
landing the Republican nomination for
tho Presidency against President Tafl
are fading away, whllo It Is practical
ly certain that there will be no inde
pendent convention cnltcd at this tlmo
lo place him In nomination at tho head
of a now party ticket.
Homo enthusiastic supporters of the
Hough Itlder may Insist Ukhi disre
garding his advice and may call a spe
cial convention, hut Mr. Uoosovclt
himself inndo It plain tonight that ho
Is not In sympathy with any movement
of this kind. Tho fact that he had
directly advised against any such ac
tion was continued In Interviews; giv
en tho newspapermen tonight by some
of tho Colonel's closost ndvlscrs.
Some Are Urging Bolt.
Homo of the Colonel's most radical
advisers are persistently urging a bolt
to prevent Ignominious defeat. Tho
CHIOAOO. III., Juno 20. Tho sup.
portors of President Taft further denv
onstratcd their absolute control of the
convention today, with their maorl-
ties ranging from 111 to 13 In the vnr.
lous roll culls nn tho votes for tho
seating of the contested Taft dele-
gntes. Tlie closest vote OI ttlO sen-
slon followed n hitler light over tho
(mention of seating tho two Taft dele-
gates from tho Fourth California Dis-
trlct, and for a time, during roll call,
It appeared Hint tho Koosovelt forces
might snatch a temporary victory.
Many distinguished visitors attract
ed attention In the convention hall to
day, for the first tlmo, showing that
tho extreme tension of the opening
days had passed. Mrs. Itooscvelt,
wife of the Colonel, occupied a seat
In the gullory throughout tho after
noon, not leaving until after tho vote
on tho California contest had been an
nounced and it was certain that at no
tlmo would there be a vpto favorable
to her husband.
Two Contests Yet.
The convention reconvenes, at 10
o'clock tomorrow (Saturday) morning
to dispose oi mo wnsiiingtou una
Texas contests, which weru not read)-
eo touny in me report oi ine ureuun
BRYAN ACTIVE AGAINST t( '
PARKER AS CHAIRMAN
HAITIMOltK, Md.. Juno 21. That
Juilgo Alton II. Parker, onco tho par-
ty!s candidate for tho Presidency, Is
too" conservative to be eligible for tho
temporary chairmanship of the Domo
crutlc convention, to convene hero on
Tuesday, Is tho opinion of William
Jennings llrynn. who has telegraphed
to live of tho Presidential candidates
to Joint fmces nnd prevent tho scat
ing of Judge Parker, should ho bo
named by tho Natlonnl committee.
Tho telegrams were addressed from
Chicago to Woodrow Wilson, Speaker
Champ Clark, Congressman Koss, Oov
eruor Ualdwln and Mayor Cayuor.
Tho open announcement tints mado
that tho Peerless One will lead ah at
tack upon tho nominee of tho Natlon
nl cnmmltloo, If that nominee bo Par
kcr, has completely disappointed (ho
hope Hint had heretofore existed (hat
the convention would not bo marked
by any opening light.
The fact that Mr. !)ryah. In send
ing out his messages, 'failed to address
one to Ilepresentatlva Underwood, Is
causing much speculation among, tho
Democrats, who seo In thlH move tho
proof that llrynn's hostility to tho
chairman of tho Houso Ways and
Means Committee Is to bo continued
through the convention.
OPIUM ON MONGOLIA.
SAIN 1-llAINUISUU, Uai JllllO 21.
CuBtnm-hotiso ofncials nro swarming'
about the steamship Mongolia, which
arrived hero from tho Orient on Tucs-.
day, having received Information that
ten thousand dollars' worth of opium!
is concealed aboard her, to bo smug-'
gled ashoro here. The search solfari
has resulted lit tho discovery audlBclx.
tiro of 213 (Ins.
datlon of thoso leaders who are hop-!
Ing 'to conscrvo, every minute of tlmo'
day, 8)111 under the temporary organl-,
zatinn, is unprecedented In tho history
of the party. In order that time may.
bo saved, It Is expected that the nom
Inatlng speeches will be short and to
the iolnt. (,' I
No Suffrage Plank.
The Platform. Committee, it Is re-1
ported, has decided to disregard the
pressure of thotndvocates of woman's
suffrage and will not go on record ln
the question. J 1
The attitude lot the President to-
ward the tariff! will bo embodied In
tho platform, thy members of tho com-,
mltteo having compromised by tho in-
Colonel has flatly refused his sanction
to this plan, however, which ho re'
gards as Impracticable. Ills Idea Is
that his supporters should return lo
their respectivo homes, learn tho sen
timents of the voters and feel out the
situation. Then', six weeks from now,
If It Is demonstrated that such n move
bo warranted, Oio leaders could rc-as-)
scmuio, go over 1110 situation in con
ference nnd dotcrmlno If thero ho a
suinclntly widespread sentiment to
Justify tho creation of a new party. If
tho decision should be an alunnatlve
one, these leaders could Issue a call
for a new convention.
Mum on Democratic Coalition.
When pressed. tonight for nn oxprcs
ploii of opinion as to the possibility or
the probnblllty'of his supporters go
ing over to tile Democrats, In th
fiVent that no iftiw party Is organized.
Mr. Haosovelt refused to dlscusH the
mattcr'one way pr the other. The talk
of a posslbio coalition was ln many
Nn report on rovlslon of tho Itopub
llenn ttnrtv rnleR. n niiimtlntt which hnn
Lecn mildly agitating party loaders Sealed tenders will be received ny
for somo months, will bo mado to the e Loan KiiiiiI Commission of tho
Territorial central committee until llio't'ly ""u Connly of Honolulu, ut Its
evening of Monday, July 1. This la!"'"ce, Itoom til, Alexander Voting
tho date of tho regular monthly meet-l """'Hi g. Honolulu, ub to twelve o'clock
lug of llio committer
Tho stib-coinmlttco on-rnlcB, consist
Ing of Chairman Clarcnco Crabbe,
William Thompson nnd C. & James,
has beon working over tho many sug
gestions for changes for tho last two
months and lias not yet been able to
formulate Its report. The committee,
tins flnnlly agreed to rnncludo Its work
In time to report on July 1.
Two of tho Interesting points that
tho report Is expected to bring out are
tho proposals for tho direct primary'
and for publication of campaign ex
penses. I.oth have been submitted to
tho sub-commllteo In tho form of sug
gestions, and havo not yet been defi
nitely acted upon, according to avail
a . IS
estorday brought cablegrams to
Honolulu showing a slight strengthen'
ing In the sugar market.
Tho Orcgonlan arrived at tho Dela
ware Ilreakwatcr Juno 20 with tho
first half of tho Alaskan's cargo, 8430
tons, .which sold on a 3.8G-ccntH basis.
Slmiiltanepusly a cablegram came to
Alexander & Ualdwln from their New
York correspondent as follows:
"Ilcflned selling at fi.10. Holders of
raws asking 11. SO. Hellncrs nro bid
ding 3 cents less. Ttvcnty-llvo ccn
Tho fact that thn raw Btigar holderu'
uro asking 3.89 shows tho market
strengthening. Moreover, the Cuban
grinding season is now tailing off, on
ly tweuty-llvo centrals grinding as
against ninety a few weeks ugo. Tho
Cuban crop has been largely market,
cd nnd the result will bo a rising mar
ket for Hawaiian sugars from now on,
Is tho prediction.
Thero tire n few berths left in good
rooms on tho Mauna Kca for the ex.
curslon to Hllo and the volcano leu v.
lug ut 4 o'clock this ufto'rnoon from
Inter-Island wharf. Tho faro will be
thirty dollars und this covers ull ex.
penses of transportation and ut the
Volcano House, where the passengers
will remain thirty-six hours, return
ing to Honolulu Tuesday morning.
Shoo Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' 8HOE CO.
The Pacific Electric Co.
And will do business at new store, corner
Bishop and King Streets, carrying a
complete stock of
Electric Fixtures and
Electrical Engineering .
inuun, nuiuruuy, juiiv .j, wis, io. iur-
nlnlilng the following schoolroom fur-
To be delivered at the I.llluokalunl
School, Kuhnukl, Honolulu .
14 teachers' desks, to ho made of ouk,
sUe approximately ts"x2(i"; .drawers,
with locks and keys, on one side only.
(0 Douglas urin chairs with cune
Hroller-top desk of o.ik; size approx
imately ti0M3uMx4G" ilruuirs on both
sides, with locks und keys,
3 library turtlcJ, approximately
30"xC0"; ull wood llnhdi, no drawers.
To be delivered ut the .Pohukalnu
School, Kakaako, Honolulu
11 teachers desks, to be mudo of
o.ik; hlze approximately 48"x26"; draw
ers, with locks and keys, on one side
II Douglas arm chairs with cune
I llbrury table, approximately 30"x
CO"; lull wood finish, no druwers.
Dach tendir shall state the time of
delltery, and shall be accompanied by
cuts ilnd descriptions of different Items
Tenders shall bo In sealed envelopes
addressed to T H. Petrte, Secretary,
Loan I'und Commission, City nnd Coun
ty of Honolulu, und shall bear the en
dorsement on the envelope, "Tenders
for Schoolroom Furniture, I.llluokalunl
mid Pohukalnu Schools."
Chairman, Loan I'und Commission, City
and County of Honolulu.
Honolulu, June 22, 1912. CSTO-Ct
Sealed tenders wlll.be received by
the Loan Kund Commission of tho City
und County of Honolulu, ut Its office,
Hoom Gl. Alexander Yonni; bulldinir.
up to 12 o'clock noop. Saturday, Juno
29, 1912, for furnishing the follow-In
To be delivered ut the I.llluokalunl
School, Kahnukl, Honolulu
ISO standard single school desks, size
15 standard single school rear - seats
only, size No. 3.
200 standard single school desks, size
25 standard single school rear seats
only, size No. 4.
1C0 stundurd single school desks, size
20 stundurd slnglo school rear seat.!
duly, size No. C.
80 standard single school desks, 'size
10 standard single school rear seuts
only, size Np. C,
(Kacli desk to bo provided with glnss
Ink-well, with non-corrosive metul
388 stundard Assembly or opera chairs.'
To be delivered at Puhukulnu School,
80 standard s'lngle school desks, size
10 stundurd single school rear seuts
only, size No. 3.
120 standard single school desks, size
15 stuudurd single school rear seats
only, size No 4.
120 standard shiKte school desks, size
IS standard single school rear seats
only, sUe No. S.
Ml standard single school desks, size
10 standard single school rear seats
only, size No. 6.
(ICacli desk to be provided with glass
Ink-well, with non-corrosive nu tat
Illicit tendtr shall state time of de
livery, and shall be lucompaulcd by
cuts mid doxrriptlotiH of desks and
chairs bid upon.
Tenders shall bo In sealed envelopes
addressed to T II Petrle, Kecretury,
Loan I'und Commission, City and Coun
ty of Honolulu, and shall bear the en
dorsement on the envelope, "Tenders
for Schoolroom Desks ami Assembly
Chairs, Lllluokulanl nnd Pohukalnu
Chairman, Loan Pund Commission, City
und County of Honolulu.
Honolulu, June 22, 1912. C270-Ct
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Payment of Water Ratei.
As provided fur In Chnpter 46 of
tho ItBVlod Imwk of Hawaii, 1S0S. all
persons holding water privileges or
thue paying water rates ore hereby
notlllid that tho water rates for tho
six () months ending December 31,
1912, Hill be duo und payable on tbfl
first day of July, 1912.
A fullurn to pay auch water rates
within fifteen (IE) dayi thereafter an
additional charge of 10 per cent will
Alt privileges upon which rates re
main unpnnd on July 16, 1912, are sub
Ject tojuttneduitc Miut-on without fur
Itntes urn payable at tho olllce of tho
Honolulu Water Wtrks, Capitol llulld
Ing J. M. L1TTI.K,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Department of Public Works, Ilureau
of Honolulu Water Works, Honolulu,
T II, June 19, 1912. C2C7-10t
Payment of Sewer Ratet.
Ill ncrord.uice with Act 158, Session
t-iWM of 1911. the owners und occu
pants of the premises connected with
the seuer lire hereby notified that the
leuer rates for tho six months begin
ning July I, 1912. mid ending Dtcem
hi r 31, 1912. will be duu nnd payable
lit the olllce or the Superintendent of
Public Works on the 1st day of July,
If nny sewer rates shall remain un
paid more than IS days utter It Ik due,
10 per cent In addition thereto shall
be charged, which shall be collected
a a part of such sewer rate All un4
paid sewer rates shall bear Interest at
the rate of G per cent per annum until
Superintendent of Public Worjis.
Public Works Olllce. June 19, 1912.
RESOLUTION NO. 669.
Ill; IT ItlCSOI.VKD by the Hoard of
Supervisors of thn City nnd County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum of Tllltnil THOUSAND DOL
l.AUS (S3000O0) be, and the same In
hereby, appropriated out of ull moneys
of the I'rriiiunent Improvement Kund
of the Trensury for on account known
as PARKING, KALAKAUA AVDNUK
Presented by Supervlor
II R M UIIH AY.
Honolulu, June 13, 1912
Approved this 21st day of June, A.
josr.pn j. rnnN.
E!C9Juna 21, 22, 24
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New location Hrd front, near
Vonng Uulldlng. Telephone 2S1S.
Japanese Provisions and
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Dr. T. MITAMURA
Officei 1412 Nuuanu St, cor. Vineyard
Omco Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.. 7 to 8
p. m. Sundays by appointment.
Itesldence. 50 N Vineyard Street,
near olllce. Telephone 2C13; P. O. Hoc
a well as flood service predom
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