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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.'HVTUrSDAY, JUNE 25, 1012.
The people you tee enjoying all
Hie comforlc and many of the
luxuries of life are (hole who
saved tome port of their Income.
You can belong to thl clan If
you will put aside each week or
month tome ttated turn out of
The eatieil way to do thlt it to
open u Savings Account at this
Capital and Surplut, 11,200,000
t23 Fort Street
Fire and Automobile
Total Ht.ouroee,. 79,840,000
Loi.it Paid 17,911,53t
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agentt, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDU8TRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
9G King 8tret Corner Fort
AND IlIJAI, HSTATR
OLIVER Q. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
$2500 New limine, three bedrooms, Kn.
plnlanl Tract, below King.
100x100. Many valuublo fruit
110,000 About seven acres nt Puunul
adjoining Country Club. Superb
inaliiu ujiiI mountain view.
4D0 Let near King St and Kallhl
wneiiu School; f.OxlOO. Hasy
pav riiflit, Llbi-rul discount for
P. E. R. STItyUC.1.
Watty Building' 74 S. Klna Street
las. W. Vm
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
' LOAN8 NEQOTIATED
We deal n listed and unlietedsecu'
rltlet of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn
dicate d certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred, W. E. LOGAN A
CO- Room 17, Bacon Block. Oakland,
Finn cnttnge in town with gas and
electric light und quiet uelghboihood
A comfortable renovated 4-bed room
hoiiso with all modern Improvements
and largo lunul; completely screened
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant 8treet
Arllhlic Job printing run ninny he
obtained from the, II u 1 1 e 1 1 n's cum
plelel) equipped Job prlullug plant.
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Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STRUT
Phone 1482 -. P. 0. Box S28
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, .tunc 2"
NAAIBOy STOCK. Xlltl. Asked
O. Drewor & Co
Ewa I'luntutlun Co
Hawaiian Agrtc. C6
Hnw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co,
HonomU Sugar Co
Honolulu Sugar Co
Hnlku Sugar Co
Hutchinson SugarVlant. ,
Kshukti Plantation Co. ..
Kekaha Sngor Co
Kotoa Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co
Onomen Sugar Co. ...,.
Olan Sujnr Co Ltd
Panutinti Sugar Plant. Co.
Pflclfla Sugar Mill
Pnlu Plantation Co
Ppjioekco Sugar Co
P'oneor Mill Co
Wulultiti ARrl.s, Co.
wullukil Sugar Co
Walmaualo Sugar Co. . . ,
Wulmea Sugur Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Stam N. Co.
Hawaiian BlectrlaCo. ...
Hen. II. T. . L. Co.. I'ref.
lion. It. T. & I Co.. Coin.
Mutual Telephone Co. . ..
Hllo H. It. Co.. I'M
Illlo It. U. Co, Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd...
Hawaiian rincuppie tjo. .
Tunjong Olok H.C., pd, up.
Hon. li. & M. Co. Ass.
Huw, Terr). 4 Pub. Imps
naw. icr. -l'i,
Haw.Ter.3l4S' , ...,
Cal. '.lefct Sug. & Itef. Co. G
Hun. tlaa Co., Ltd., Gs...
Haw. Corn. &. Sug. Co. GZ
Illlo It. Il,Co., Issue 1901.
iiiioick. uo con. OX ...
Honokua Hugai Co., 0 ..
Hon. n. T. & L. Co. fix ...
Kauai Ity. Co. Cu
Koliala Ultcli C". C
McUryde Sugar Co. Gs . . .
Mutual Tel. Go
Oahttll.&L Co. 0
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Oiua Sugar Co. 0
l'ac. sug. Mill Co. Cs
Pioneer Mill Co. C
Wulalun Acrle Co.GZ ...
Natpmas Con. 6s
SalcHr-Uelweeu Hoards: lor, Ono
met, ?".2.."i0; HO Onoinea, $52.50; 50
uaiiu, w; cu pineapple, 4U; r,u J'lno
apple, 4u; 25 H. C. & S. C. $43.25:
10 II. C. & S. C. $43.25; 25 Iuter-Is-
land, ls. session: 1000 Oka Gs
$97.50! 1000 Olaa Gs, $97.50; 100 Olaa
s, $U7.r,u; 1000 Olaa Gs. $97.50: 50
Oaliu, $27; 50 Oahu, $27; 100 Oahu,
27; 6U0 Illlo 1901 Gs, $100.75; 600 Hllo
1901 h. $100.75: 5 Olaa. $7.1214: 6.1
Olaa, $7.12V4; 40 Oahu, $2G.87V4; 30
Oahu, $2U.S76; 5 Oahu, $20.8714; 5
uaiiu, ;zu.K7; & unim. $20.87'.
Latett sugar quotation! 3.92 cents,
or $79.60 per top.
KM WHBIODSE TMSl CO
Members Honolulu Slock and llond
r'OUT AMI KK11C1IAKT STIIELTS
HARnY v,RMITAGl..8Peelal Partner
H. C. CARTER, General Partner
0. A. WALKER General Partner
Harry Armitage & Co.,
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. O. Box CS3 Phone 2101
Member Honolulu Stock und Uond
Cable and Wireless Addreit
Jas. F. Morgan- Co., Ltd.
Information Furnished and Lean
M7 KAAHUMANU STREET
Phone 1572 '
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu .Stock and HuuJ
fitangcnwnltl llldg, li Merchant 8L
Clias. R. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 Kins; Ht.
v' .-;-LV,-, i: c; hhifi&mffifc&l B''i vLbk.'iafc
Kaunas, Iho geugrnphlrnl and ntinoi
phcrlc center of tbu Nation, Is a largo
rcctnngular stnte of mind situated Jmtt
east of the Hocky Muuntnlus, Just
uurth of the lolor irtin nml just west
of tbo plug-hat belt. It hua 1,700,'WU
peopto and would have moro hut for
Iho fact Hint cltlzeiiH fitted by temper
ament; to become Katisuns uro srarco
and cannot bo Imported by boatloads
like Now Yorkers.
Kamns consists of a large number
of IdCBH revolving nt a high rate of
speed. lit uli tho weather has brain
Rlorms In Kntisus and when a collec
tion or wind gets dizzy nnd starts
ncrosn tho Stnto In a funnel-shaped gy
roscope, the alarmed citizens rush for
tlie polls under the Impression Hint
another Populist campaign Is Immi
nent. Everyone In Kansas thinks and
thinks nut loud Into IiIh neighbor's ear
wiui a megnpmuic. Ucason Is King In
Kansas nlniost any old reason. Sen
ator Ingulls, the greatest remover of
epidermis over known In tbo I'nlted
States Sonnte, 14 the State's greatest
hero and William Allen White, who
once toudeiihcd all cssnv 011 "What Is
the Matter with Kansas " Into two col
limns and 7S'J ndjectlves, is its prod
Kansas once produced corner lots,
grasshoppers nnd whiskers almost ex
clusively. Thirty years ago the rich
men of the Sluto were tlioso who could
put their possessions in their pockets
anil wniK out or it wiillo the poverty
stricken masses had to stay behind
nnd pay tnxes on luoo acres of land
nplct-o. Hut tho wild free nlr of tho
pfnlrles produced thought and conver
sation, nnd this In tlmo cutdlcd the nt
mospheie nml produced lain. After
that Knusas turned Its ntteiitiou to
wheat, llteinture, nnd legislation, ami
has mndo a marked success of all
tin CO. The Kansas farmer would blush
if he wero seen in a lust enr's auto
mobile and the Knusas Legislature
BRYAN AND WILSON
MAY BE CHOICE OF
(Assnclatr-d iTvmi Catite.1
llALTIMOlti;. Mel. June .'I Willi
the stage Hit fur one of the hottest
tmlltleiil llulilu I'll tin. Iilulnn- tit flu.
Deinocriitlc party, William J. Ilrynii'
Het-uiH to he tlio iloiiilnatliig IIkiu-o In
Il.tltliuore today. The least mt of the
Peerless Lender, as he Ii.ih been called
by hl) followers. Is being Watihol nnd
I'oumiehlejl jiljon by nil the ik-legntvH
Ilrynn himself has set Ids face like
a libit ugnlnft the selection of Judge
Alton II. Parker. In siilte of that.
(Jhurley Jliifphy, who heads the Tam
many delegation to tbo convention;
"l-'lngy" Conners of IlulTiilo und Nor
man I. Mack. Iho national chairman,
have succeeded In putting through the
Slate and the Judge will be tho teui;
porary chairman so far ns the selection
by the national committee goes.
.Once again the n ports are nlloat
tlint the innn fiom Lincoln Intends to
offer hlniMlf ns the dark horso It
Clark or Wilson falls to get the two
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vats to the consurner is protected from con- Tn tt i
ination bv the most modern devices. Ask for X lllllO i cliC
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By GEORGE FITCH x x
regulates railroad, appetites, weulher.
chorus girls and politicians with count
rklll and energy. Kansas Is also fam
ed for its flxc.il llterury stars, Vhllo,
Howo and Walt Mason, who only vlsll
New York once 11 year and then with
return tickets snfely tucked a(ay.
Kansas Is n. Ri-tnl arid Stale in Its
Inrg titles mill Is so illy In Its small
towns that visitors- ftom St. Louis
have to drink spring tonic all summer
to keep their throats from t-rawm.
tracking. Tho Stnte ha more college
students pc thousand people, sends
inoie editors tu Congress, mid lias
mom Jails which are being used for
hen houses than liny other State. It
was once the homo of bad men with
nenous and hasty rmolveis. Hut by
allowing these iltizipis full piny upon
each o'hur they went gradually enter-
IMlllIlteil null IvMtiuuu tif.il .......1
bust sellerti and leformers, und Is nc
iiuring not only lull brims, but deep
pockets. It will never ouHnle the N'u
Hon, but It has been 0111 talking It al
ready tor inuny years.
lliild vote of tho com eld Ion They
have ieii gone so far as to declare
lh.it lIlMin it Mrionsl) iiiuslileriiig 11
ticket of width he shall lie the bead
and Woodiou Wilson shall he the run
ning mate It Is almost certain that
If llrjan tloes llnd It liteess.iij.tc, Unlit
for the chairmanship n rsonnlly, he
will li elccled.
The determination of the national
commit!. -it to name Parker to the
chairmanship called forth unrestrliliif d
denunciations from Olllo James. Con
gressman from Kentucky, who eleilur
cii that tho-notloirWnM "raw politics."
James declared that If no other can
didate who really represents) the pro-gre-sitlwi
elements of the pally cull ho
found, "Ilrynn will himself 101110 for
wnrel." There has been much talk of a coali
tion between the Wilson anil Clark
delegatlems, nnd I!r nil's friends urn
urging his nomination ns n uieasute
designed to offset such 11 move.
The national committee yesterday
seated the Sullivan delegates from Il
linois, thereby ousllng tbo Hearst ccui
Olllitrt Waller tho national commlt
teeman from Hawaii, cast his Mitt for
CO RIGHT OVtRl fcSI-'
-toTue tout js'
"Pnl " rjrcwec y Hartwig Harders, a brewmastcr and chemist,
X cllv js a i3Ccr 0f exceptional purity and excellence and from
Judge Parker In the chairmanship
John W Kern of Indiana and tilllo
J.iiuch of Kentucky were glxin comdd
eiatlon for the chairmanship 11 1 one
A nlftht sessloif of the natlonnl com
mittee wan held tsteiday to cotiKhh r
contiKts, prepare the teinpornrj mil
unit select a temporary chairman
I'rleinls of llrjim In the afternoon
111 1 veil notice thill they will nominate)
lilio nt tjic convention If Parker per
sIMs In running v
The elliunx lu the ihnlrrrinnshlp tight
cnuie uhe-ii 11 meeting was amiuged be
tween Mr liryaii, I'hiilrui.iu Noimali
li Mnek of the llelnocrnllc 11allu11.il
comiiiltUo nml Vice I'biilriii.iu Hall
Alt elToit was iiiaete lo reach u coin
piomlse but It failed
TEACHER OF AVIATION
KILLED UNDER MACHINE
WASHINGTON, I) c, Ji. t.
I 'nil llamlltou, one of the United
Stales Alloy Aviation Corps Instruet
111 f. was ralally injmeil In an ucclileiil
to his niroplauii here thin ntlirnooii
He was criLilii'd under the- oi.iililuv,
which Ml from 11 voushle ruble In li.ht.
rLAMES MAKE ONE
lri:m;i', Can, June 21.- rianu-s
which n. IkIii-iI the little- town of Chi
cenilliiil lonlght dune more than one
tlioiiratul people out of their luiiues anil
i!elro).d I:'", hiilldlugn, 11ln10.1l all the.
Mriiitiiriw In the place Tim imprty
elamii;e w in coiiiparatlely heay
HELD FOR DRIDERY.
PORTLAND, (lie. June 24 -A cip
I. nil of police und four of the clt'
ditei lives ,.re nrri'Kleel tonight and
In Id on n ihiirge of having ncccpte-il
hi Ihes roriual linllelmeuls hno been
lssui-,1 aitaiint in- ollleers
Nl:w VllItK. N Y. June 34 IK
llneil Hiiriti ehopped ten ci iits on the
iiiurkcl he -e this afteriiiMiti
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 22, 1912.
rrom 10:30 a. m. to 4l30 p, m.
J June, to Pacini- Sugar Mill ... 1.
Pacini- Smnir Mill to J II Jones I,
Entered for Record Juno 21, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
(ie-org Me Nam.ir.i lo l.lrzlc K Ka-
Pauline II Oinstnl 11111I hsli to Wni-
min Stables Ltd T)
John II Taseoe and wf to I) K
Clevis A lllshau und wf et nl to
llll.cnluul I. Klin I)
T Pchlhorl to II llackfeld .v.- Co
John He Mello Sr nml wf to II
llneUchl ,i Co Ltd .M
Louis tie Mcdclros lo Hans fcu-
Mmy K Kahiilehoe to llonol.a.l
Sugar C L
The Shipowners' Association of the
1'acllle Coust will put III effect a new
lumber rate, from (iniys Harbor lo San
Kraiklsco. The new rnto will make a
vitiligo of 25 cents moru per Mini feet
on liimber from Orajs llarborlo UiltP
ta llarbura, Hednudo, San Pedio and
Sail Diego than to Snu l'ranclnco.
nercioiore ineru 11ns ncen a uiiieren
tial of only M cVnts In favor of San
Francisco, The lultance was expect
ed, owing to tho scarcity of tonnage,
. Shoe Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
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"' r TS rirrft'i? IffiMfnl
Kru'-'-.l Hulle t I
I:LKKLI; Ji.ne .
Carreieli m,1, n
Me pi I.
turned out l now cl
thouMind tons or Hiigar
The Kiiurlh of July e-eleliratloii at
I) llelllyile's, Kiiklllolouo park, 1 K"
lug In lie well attended Trains will
bring lu pcmi., trum Makuweii .....I
Koiun An elaborate progrnm bust
mane- up ,n orator, not seieeieu ei,
but of wbli h Kauai Is well Mot kul. wlll
open Hie illi'R doings. V
sc hoolholise eeiutriictor, ii that hi
aneiui llxe weeks mote the llillt h-IKeil-eel
nlld leillg-founht-for builitlllg will lie
turned oer to the peeple A lilcseetngr
It Is a magnificent Ml u lure, a ens It
to n dew r lug connnnnlU. anil praise
be to those In authority that have seen
to this piddle want anil linproNcmciiL
llvrn-To Mr and Mrs 1) Itoder of
this town, n bimiii fug hoy
llorft To Mr, nnd .Mrs. C Me lilt, 11
Mrs Melln mid Mm Hester are sis
ters It Is said that Mr Hrodle. Kiiual s
M'hool lanes, e nnletiiplntes beautirlog
that part of the. Huli.ipepe side hill
ndjacent to the new re hoot with mi
ni roils plant life lint what almal wa
ter? A weiltllng or two e,r nnhe more1
will vnem !p had here This has al
wn)s he 0 11 land of l!rdf"
CHANGES IN VIEW
Mijor Willis of the Salvation Armv
,.,, i.llli.,,,,." tli ,1 llllt'd vil ill.:., IUH
next Sunday evening nt tho Army'
Hall, comer or Nutianu und King
Htiects. Major Willis has been lis
(ilglied to work In the Middle States
und will leave hero on July a. He
mucli regret upreShcd over his going. 1
IIh will he Hiicrei'deel on the Island.)
by. Lieut. Col. Illanche II. Cox. who is,
expected liete 011 the l.urllui' July '.
For tlio pnst i'iir Lieut Col Co
has been 011 a furlough lu Soutluiu
California, but she loo Is a idon-er In1
the cause, having boon at work for
the past twenty-live jears She Is a
daughter of 11 Ixindou banker and in
highly educated. j
Willi the coming of Lleut.-Ced. Cox,
the work here will lie reorganized The
work of the rescue home nl Manna.!
which has not been under the Juris I
ellclloii of Mnjor Willis, will be plnce-.l1
under Lieut. Col. Cox and she will,
be made a chief divisional olllcer.
Major Willis Is planning to have n
big welcome meeting for Lieut Col
Cox upon her nrrlvol hero next week
WHO'S Go'nG AWAY?,
(let away from town for a few tlajs;
go to Illlo or Maul for the Fourth and
enjoy yourself nt very llltle expense.
The Inler-lsland Company will send
the Manila Kea to Illlo on the third
of July imd return on Saturday the
sixth, Hie round trip costing twenty
dollars. Those who wish may 1 cumin
over until the following Tuesday The
Maul trip will begin Wednesday und
end Friday morning. The cost of tic k-e-ts
for Ihe Maul trip wlll'ije eight dol
Fur liens and Ihe truth about II nil
people hiij Ihe II u I let In.
The Filling and Crowning
Machines and the loading end
of the Pasteurizer shown in
this illustration are good ex
amples of the perfect sanitary
machinery installed by xthe
Honolulu Brewing, & Malting
Co. when the brewing of
was decided on.
.1 t 4 y?j& v . xn'
DANGER PERIOD -
FROM 45 to 50
Inicreslifig Lxpcnenceof 1 WO
Women Their Statements
Aslieville, N.C. " I suircretl for Ve-nr
witli fi male trouble while f'olng throuijli
Uie Chani'e of Life. I tried u local phy-
tician for 11 couple of years witliout uny
substantial lienefiL Finally utter re
peated suggestions to try Lydiu E. Pink
hum's Vegetable CornKiUnd, 1 quit my
physician anil commenced usini; it with
the Iiiiie-t. result!. I am today prac
tically a well woman nnd anxious lo con
tribute my tnitu towuroU inilucini; others
to try your great medicine, us I am fully
persuaded that it will cure the ullments
from which 1 suiTcred if i'.ivcii u fuir
" If you think this latter will contrib
ute unvlhini towuni" furllie rintrulurlni;
your ini-dicines to idlllctitl women who
lire passinK Uironuh lliis tryim; ieri(sl,
it is with great pleusitri' I consent to iLs
publication." Mrs. Julia A. Muuiii:,
n East SL, Afheville, N. C.
Tliv Ciivo cif Sirs. Klrlln.
Circleville, Ohio. "I can truthfully
Bay that I never Imd unytlilnu do me so
much r;ooel during Chanijo of Life us Ly
diu H. I'lnkham's Veijetnldn CornHiuniI.
"lteforo I hud taken one half a ImjUIo
of it 1 bctrun to feel butter, und 1 liavu
continued taking- it My health U better
than it has been for several yeu'rs. If
all women would take It they would es-
1 ... ,. ...
copeunioiu pain ami misery ui ims tune
of life." Mrs. Al.lCK KlitLW, 353 W.
Mill SL, Circleville, Ohio,
The Chungeof Life isnne of the mo4t
critca, Ma of womun., vxMkiiw,
J" I'"''''""" VTetuble CuiniuiilitJ.
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WHEN IN NEED OP
, of mny detcrlption
PAPCH & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Tort and Quen Straits
GEO. Q. QUILD Manager
You must gel Ihe llulletln to
L-il Hue .Nevts.
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