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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912.
Value of a
hv essmllM to financial success,
A Savings Account for your boy
will be nn education In this first
Yon can open nn ncc'ount with
ono dollar imJ u H,onie liink will
lie iilvin oii
Interest pfllil on nil deposits
Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000
123 Fort Street
Fire and Automobile
Total Reourees..t 79,S40,00f
Lotiee Paid H7,911,63
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDU8TRY
Home Insurance Com
pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
96 King StrMt ,. - Cernar Fori
AND JIEAL ESTATE
OLIVER Q. LANSING
80 Merohant 8treet
$2M)U New house, three bedrooms, Ku.
plolunl Tract, below King.
100x100. Many valuable fruit
$10,000 About seven ncres at Puunul,
udjohdng Country Ch(b. Superb
nuuliio and mountain evv.
$ 4D0-Lot near King St and Kallhl
watna School; GO-,100. Hasy
payment. Liberal discount for
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
W.lty Building 74 8. King Btraat
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
Wa deal In lilted and unfitted secu
ritlaa of all kind. Oakland Raalty 8yn
dlcata 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Trcton Praferrad. W. E. LOQAN
CO, fioom 17, Bacon Block, Oakland,
Fine cottage in town with gas and
electric light and quiet neighborhood
A comfortable renovated 4 bed roqm
house with all modern lmprivonent
hlid largo lanul; completely screened
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street,
.Irllhtlc Job printing run iiIvtujh lie
obtaliird from the II 11 1 1 e 1 1 n's (em
plilel) equipped Job printing plant.
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT BTBXET
Phone 1482 F. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Wednesday, June 20.
NAMR OP STOCK.
C. Brewer A Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
Haw. Coin. & gug. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Houomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar 1'lant. ,
Kntiuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekahu Supar Co. ...... .
Koloa Sugar Co
McUryde Sugar Co
Ofthu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Olaa Sujor Co Ltd
Paauhau SugHr Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
I'alu Plantalloa Co ,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co
Waialua Agrlc Co. .....
Wallnku Sugar Co
WaltnAnalo Sugar Co. . . .
Woltnea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island S,t,eatn N. Co.
Hawaiian Iineciric uo. ...
Hen. P.. T. . I Co., Pi'ef.
Hon. II. T. & L. Co.. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. ..,
Oubu It. & I Co
llllo 1L K. Co . Pfd
IIIIoH. 11. Co, Com
Hon. 11. M. Co
Hawaiian Irr. Co, Ltd...
Hawaiian Plntupplo Co. .
Tanjong Olok K C, pd up
Hon. I). & M. Co Abb...
Haw. Tor. 4 (Fire CI.) .
Haw. Terrl. 4 Pub. Imps
Cal. Ileet Sug. & Itef. Co. C
Hon, Qua Co., Ltd., 6b...
Haw. Com. & Bug. Co. 6
Hllo It. It. Co .Issue 1901.
Hllo 1L ll. Co . Con. 6 ...
Honokaa Sugar Co . 6 . .
Kauai uy. uo. s j
uonaia uucu un. bs , . .
Mcllryde Sugnr Co. C .
Mutuul Tel. C
Oahu It. & I Co. 6 ...
Oahu Sugar Co G ....
Oiaa Sugar Co. 6 . ...
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s..,
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 ...
Waialua Agrlc Co. G ,
Natomas Con. 6s
Sales Detwcen Hoards: 7G Pineapple-.
$40; 88 Pineapple, $40; 35 Olaa,
$7.1214;" 100 Olaa, $7; 2cr, oiaa, $7)
00 Olaa, $7: 10 O. It. & L. Co., $170.
Session: G Pineapple, (40; S H. C. &
S. Co, $43; G II. C. & S. Co., 43; 1000
Olaa Gs, W7.G0; 2000 Hllo ox. 6s,
$D4.G0; r, Onomea, $.11; G Oahu, $26.G0;
10 Mcllryde, $7.G0; G Waialua, $120;
10 Waialua, $120.
Latent sugar quotatlonl 392 cants,
or $79 60 par ton.
Beets 10s lid
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST (0
Heinben Honolulu Stock nod Uond
FOUT AND MKHCIIAM STItEETS
HARRY ARMITAG..8paelal Partnar
H. C. CARTER Oaiaral Partnar
8. A. WALKER Qanaral Partnar
Hairy Armitage & Co.,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8
P. a Box 683 Phono 2101
Member Honolulu Stock and Bona
Cabla and Wireless Addresa
Jas. ?. Morgan Co., Ltd.
STOCK BROKER S
Information furnished and Loana
157 KAAHUMANU STREET
(.iffard , Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Jlcmberi Honolulu fJtock and) Bond
Suingeunald Uldg, 102 Merchant 8L
Chas. R. Frazier
Thone 1371 122 King It.
Getting votes is on accomplishment
which Is anything from on art to a
felony, depending on tlio means used
Borne men ore nblo to gather votes
In enormous quantities by oratory
which has a peculiar magnetism for
ballots. Others must seize the voto
owner by the button hole and remove
It from him as he would shuck an oys
ter. Still others get down to business
principles and trade the owner out o(
his vote, giving lilm as a rule a second
hand promise which isn't worth as
much as n second hand egg, Then
there is another class of oto collect
ors who pay tho highest market prlco
and full back upon the Judicial tem
perament of the Scnnto when Uicy arc
Vote getting is one of the creates!
of nil talents. Tho man who collects
dollars will eventually become a mil
llonalre with an Impaired digestion
and impatient relatives. Hut the man
who collects votes with sulllclcnt gen
ius and success will eventually be
come president and will be embalmed
In history and possibly on a postago
(.tamp when ho dies. Tho American
Lltlren who understands how to nt
tract the fickle and temperamental
ballot leads a pleasant existence, wan
dering at will through city councils
and legislative halls, and when ho
rets tired of politics ho trades his
voto collection to tho administration
for a foreign mission in a salubrious
climate and lives happily over after,
Tho secret of voto getting cannot
bo taught or acquired. Ono has to bo
born with It. Virtue or ability or good
looks or eloquence or wisdom or hyi
natlstn hnvo nothing to do with tho
case. Guessing off tho next thing a
two-year old child will do Is good prar
tlce. When you can do this every
tune you arc ralriv likely to
(Associate! frrse Cubte.)
IlALTlMUlli:. Mil., Juno SO -One of
the most Heusatliinnlly hlgnltlctnt fea
tures of the tumultuous Democratic
convention now In session heio wns
th visit )Tsterdny of Senator Murray
Crane nnd Truncls J Heney of Sun
IYanclnco to William J Uryan Nono
of the trio would discuss the objett of
the visit, which lasted inure than three,
quarters of nn hour, and wns evldentl)
must Intensely earnest
After the Interview was over Mr
Crime looked relieved nnd Mr Ilryun
greatly preoccupied Unity declined to
uiuko any statement tegnrdlngils prcs.
once In Ilaltluiure, This, of course,
started Innumerable reports nnd sur
mlses, among which was one that
Itouigevilt wns making ovirtures to
Hr)nn Thl- was given tonslderablu
weight by the declaration of Medlll
Mtrormlek, In Chicago, that "the ac
tion of the Democratic convention In
repudiating William J l)ran, who has
been lender of that parly for so many
vears, remove the last posslhle objec
tion to having Mr Ilryun run us the
second man on the Progressive tlcktt
headed by Mr Itoosevelt"
It was declared hero lust iiIkIU Hint
the Ilr.van men lire still hoping that
they will be able to place tlulr leaeler
In the committee on resolutions where
he would be made .chairman. This.
Under tho editorial title, "Depoetlz
cd Hawaii", the Chicago Post says;
When wo read, a day or two back,
of nn earthquake in Hawaii most of
us suw subconsciously a molten-luvu
sort of a plucc, u Klhiueu made out ot
brown canvas und red paint, Biich'as
wo caw In panorama here. TIiIb burn
ing center, fringed by pirns, Is our
conventional visualization of "the Isl
ands." Mr. William An her. traveling from
London around the world, qulto puts
uwuy this old-stylu Idea of Hawaii Ho
llnds Honolulu utterly "deKell7ed"
"If not a PnradlaH I.ost, at any rate a
sadly Amercnnlzed Hden,"
"When I was lurrn In '77 tho embow
ering gieenury of tho city cntnu down
almost to the water's edge, Now there
are huge wharves and warehouses,
gaunt crunes, belching chimneys ull
the stigmata, In short, of u bustling
Industrial seaport And In tho busi
ness sheets of tho city tho disenchant
ment la Intensified. Honolulu was
Hawaiian, it Is American that Is tho
whole story I presume tho nutlve
population bus actually dwindled; It
has certainly been driven from tho
streets. In the old days the natives
were In u largo majority They can
tured about on their little skln-nnd
bono horses, of which Mark Twain
said that they hud several good points
Shoo Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
what the public will do next In tho
voting line. A man may fill nn olllcol
with great anility, saving tne punilc
n wagonload of money and yet fall to
get a hat full of votes at the next elec
tion, because ho wore n plug hat
where tho plain people could see It
On the other hand, an nIHci.il may
spend three years with his feet on n
mahogany dpsk, which the people
have paid for and his hands In cvoiy-
body's pockets and yet by heading a
subscription for tho flood sulTcrerB by
u fow chalco vvonls, he tuny get ho
many votes that ho is hcreeforth en
couraged, to stand away from his of
Iletauso of tho peculiar methods In
which votes can bo charmed out of
voters, a great inuny nlllcii holders
spend their cntiro time In thinking up
those charms a (id this Is one of the
things which is (he mutter with this
Iiimnir, I, rigiirded ns doubtful nt
biKt, linil then. Is nut Hiking n feeling
Hint Ho nn Is to ie tiiattu It pomilhlu
by the loiu-en alive ilunnts In III"
The ('lurk euudldney Is Inuiiilug up
more fiiruild.ible tlinn evir Lite last
night ii report gnlneil circulation Hint
Ma) or ('n)nor of New York Is to lm
the nicotic! man on lh( ticket If (.'lurk
gulitx the nomination This Is now de
nied In the New York tamp
'the Hltllitlon here defies preOlitlun.
In the prixHiiie of, ho man) guvernurA,
till of whom are ileiiiuiulliiK mid will
nlilve a compllnii-ntitrj vote, the two
thirds rule simply uieuns that thiru can
be nu nomination on the llrxt biillut,
It will prolinbly lie ki viral duys lie
fore ordir lonit-K out of tlm cIiuoh.
DUKE MAKES SPEEDY
SWIM IN HOLLAND
ANTVi:itl Hulland, June 25 In
un exhibition svvlin given here sestir
day afternoon, Dakc Kuluiiumukii of
Honolulu emm1 vllr.lil iflPnie of heat
ing the Inter11ntl1111.il record fur the
100-meter dush Ills work wns vvon
ecrful and excited much admiration
NUW YOItK, N Y. June SI Ite
fliieel sugar dropped tin points un the
haul inurkit todai
SANTA M(lNK', Cal. Juno :",.
Counc llimii Walker was arrested here
tonight thaigid with luivlng aeio.ted
n brllie In the mutter of paving one of
the principal struts or H.cnta Monk a
He wua released on bull
l'lKimUHHT. (1 1 , June SB A negro
woman was Ijmlied li 11 11111I1 lie re
toiilght She wns aecuscd of having
stabbi'd lur nilstress ami dniKKed the
bod) Into the woods to cone ell It
SAN I'UAXCIHCO, Cal, Jquo 2G -It
was announced here tonight Hut
the bout bitwiin Abe Atttll and Mur
phy has bien poslponcd until August
bo good that he hung his hat on one
.Vow this native life, If It cxistB at
ull, Is entirely submerged You pass
through street after street of hand
some, woll-stocked American Btores;
book stores (I sampled pn excellent
ono), dry goods stores, drug stores,
candy stores and siloous Spacious
electric cars hum along the leading
thoroughfares; and In tho street pop
ulation white und yellow laiguly pie
potulcrato over brown
And this reminds me of the Dual
dlffcieucu butweou old and pew Hono
lulu itio uorse lias been replaced by
the automobile The streets nwurm
with cars of every sort and sl?o and
the air is full of their Inevitable aula,
compounded of petrol and dust Truly
it depoetled city, a tlly of motley
Mr Tuft said in Minnesota that If
ho put geography out of his mind ho
could not tell by the looks of tho
towns whether ho was In northwest
ern or southeastern America This
uniformity l a tribute, of i nurse, to
our nationalizing power, our racial
solidity Hut It is monotonous. And
we grieve to hear that Honolulu Is ono
moru spot that is losing Its Individual
ity Our only compensating joy In
Mr Archer's picture Is that the trans
forming process Is American Instead
TOWN THAT MEANS IT.
Judge Yost In the Montclulr police
court Imposed u flue of $10 on David
Harris of Upper Montclalr. N J for
allrvvlug uuisepiitncx to breed on a low
spot of bind owned ley hlui Hxihungu
.1 I KM ONE OF )
11 TtM f1"6 Hy .lrm
re ' "
EMINENT ENGLISH CRITIC
TEDDY AND TAFT IN REPARTEE
lint Preslilrut Tuft litis snld of ex.
Prrstdeiil Hoosiiill iiud the-l.illi r'n
"Trenson to tho party." "Unfair
taqtlcs" "Unfounded accusations"
"Ho has certain faculties and tend
encies that would make It unsjfu to
put him back In olllce '
"Is iinsnfo. Is dangerous "
"Is strong-headed "
"Is Impitlent of legal restraint"
"Has unsound cunstltullim.il views"
"An unsound man "
"Utter wreck ho would hno tnadu"
"Ills many flimsy contests"
"Arrogance of his stutements "
"A campaign of bluff and bluster"
"A snap-box primary."
"Only lila selfish ambition Is to bo
".Mere assertions without reference
to records "
"Itofuses me u square deal "
"Ills theories crude ulid revolution
ary." "I wonder why he has stopped bis
abuse and misrepresentation's "
"He has called mo every name on
"DnliKcinus to give Iloosevolt .1
third term "
"He certainly does not lack Imagi
"'I know the difference between
truth mid llctlou, between 11 deficit
and a surplus."
"I know what a squat e deal is and
I know he does not resemble Abraham
"Ho is fond of making general and
"I suppose I will have to look for
voles among tho uulndlcled "
Sealed tendtrs will bu received by
the Loan Ken id Commission of the City
nlul Count) of Honolulu, ut Its offhe,
ltoom CI Alexander Young building,
up to VI o'clock noon, Satin duy, June
it, 11)12, fur furnishing the following
To be dellvtred ut tho I.llliioknlanl
Sibool, Kulinukl, Honolulu
10 stand ird klngle school desks, slae
IT, stnndurd single school rear seats
only, size No 3.
200 standard simile sthool desks, site
2". stand ird single school renr seats
unl), hlxo Nn. 4.
1C0 standard single school desks, size
20 standard single school renr seats
only, size No f.
SO stiiiulird single school desks, size
10 standard single school rear seats
only, size No C
(llach ili'sk to be provided with glass
Ink-well, with nuii-iorruslVo metsl
case.) -fc - n
JKS'sti.nilard assembly or opera chairs
To be eh live-red ut Pohukuluu School,
SO standard single school desks, size
10 stand ird single sclfhot rear seats
only, size .No 3
120 staiieturil sluglo sthool desks, size
15 standard single school rear seats
only slo No 4.
120 standard single school desks, size
1G standard single school rear seats
only, sire No, G
80 standard single school desks, size
10 standard single school renr seats
only, size No C
(Kach desk to be provided with glass
Ink-will, with uon-iorroslve metul
IZach tender shall state time of de
livery, and shall be ui-cnmpunled by
cuts and descriptions of desks and
1 hairs bid upon
Tenders sliull be In sealed envelopes
nildressed to T. II Pclrlu, Secretary,
Loan ruuil Commission, City and Conn
ty of Honolulu, mid shall blur tho en
dnri-emeut on line envelope, "Tenders
for Sihoolrooni Desks und "Assembly
Chairs, Lllluokubinl nod Pnliuknlnu
Chairman, Loan l'mid Commission, City
and Count) of Honolulu.
Honolulu, June 22, 101.' B270-CI
l'lrst In ilrrulalion Vlriet In the
hearts of the people. Thill's the II 11 1
. etli und vv by II u lie till lids puy.
Tim rich returns.
Received Fresh by livery Steamer
We also have our own qandies, which are fresh every day
PURE ICE CREAM
Delivered to All Parts of the City
CAKES, PASTRIES and "BUTTERNUT" BREAD
IFe PALM CAFE
Hotel St., opp. Empire Theater
TELEPHONE 2011 -
Mlint e.Prc-.ldciil llmnciill hu
Kiilil of Pn til nl 'I aft, the National
Itfpiihllrun (iiiiinilllic, 1 let
"Ho and his advisers tare nothing
for the will of the people"
"Pure political brigandage" ITalt
got the six delegates-at-largu In Ohio )
"One district In Alabama teprcscnts
naked theft "
"The Tuft leaders spe.ik as If they
were the regular Hepuhllentis 1 do
not concede that theft Is a test of reg
"A receiver of stolen goods '
"Arts which If done to Inlluelico
would bo cilmlunl can be perpetrated
with Impunity so far as National nom
inations are concerned '
"Wo have Btood 'em all on their
"H has no right by trickery or vio
lence to try to Impose bis own will
"Is neither sincere nor serious
"The powers that prey "
"He began to wobble."
"Ho Is not a progressive because bu
lacks Imagination "
"He lacks sympathy" "lie Is purzle
wltted" "l'atronage lins been used barefue
"They have tried cvcry"klnd of 11 He
on the i anal subjict "
"A dreadful doctrine"
"Tho primnries In New York Oil)
wiro 1111 Infamy unmatched even b)
the kindred Infamies perpetraltd oil
behair of Mr Tart In Indianapolis and
"In the must barefacul manner
clii'aticl the people out of their light to
"lie shows hlnisilf n tenctlonnry "
"I he convention Is sj.icked against
me ' '
Scaled tenders will be reiilveet by
the Loan fund Coininlssliin of I'll
City and County of Honolulu, ut Its
utile e, Room til, Alexuudir oeilu
building, Honolulu, up to tvwlve otlu. It
noon, Satiirelny. June 29. 1912, to.- lur
nlshluK the fulluwliig n hoolroom fur
lilturo To be ele-lli (red at the Lllliioknlaul
Sihuol, Kulinukl, Honolulu
14 teatherM desks, to be made of ink.
sire approximately 4S"x.'6"; drawer,
with lucks and ke)s, on one side old)
50 Douglas iirm chairs with tune
1 roller-top desk of oak; size npprox.
Iiuntely (,0"x.lll"xti;"; drawers on bulb
sides, with lucks and kc)B
3 library tables, approximately
30"xC0"j all wood finish, 110 ilravvtrs
To bo delivered at the l'ohllkulni
School, Kakuuko, Honolulu
11 teachi rn' desks, to be undo of
oak; size approximate H 4a"xJG": draw -
eis. with locks uiul ke)s, on one slelu
IS Diuiglis nrm chairs with cane
1 library table', approximately 30 x
CO"; all wood finish, no-tlruwers
Kach tender shall state the time of
delivery, mid shall be iiccompaulcil by
cuts und descriptions ut different Items
Tindirs shall be In staled envi lopes
addressed to T II Petrle, Sicritur),
Loan l'liiid Commission, City and Conn
t) of Honolulu, and shall hear the in
dorscnient on the invelopu, "Tenders
for Schoolroom furniture, Lllluoknlaiil
and I'ohukalua Schools."
Chairman. Loan Tund Commission, cltj
and County of Honolulu
Honolulu, June 22. 1912 G2"0-Ct
" NOTICE TO'STOCKHOLDERS.
Oahu Railway & Land Company.
The stock books of tho company
will be closed to transfers from June
21, to July 1. 1912, Inclusive
Stockholders are requested to en
dorse their certificates of stork for ru
Issue, and to M-neLthfin tu the under
signed befoio July llrst In order that
new tirtlllrates limy be Issued In their
place showing the amount of tho cap
ital stuck of the company as of July 1,
The certificates ri presenting tho
slock dividual will be Issued leiidy fur
di lively on July llrst
Payment for fractional shares will
bu luailo by clink us soon thereatter
ss prne tlcuble
W. P niLLlNilllAM,
Treasurer, Oahu Hallway & Land Co.
Dieted, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 21,
may be overcome
by a warm batli
iijv. M.!,..jWk.aD r
WHEN IN NEED OF
of uny dMcrlption
PAPER & 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Que.n 8trats
QEO. Q. QUILD Manager
Payment of Water Itatei.
As prmlch-d feu In Chapter 45 of
the Jfevlsetl l.iws of Hawaii. 1905, ull
arsons holding water privileges or
thtisu pa) ln- wattr rates are here L
liatllirel that the water rates for the
slv IG) months ending December 31,
li'l.'. will be due und payable on tho
llrst diy of July. 1912
A failure tu pi) such water rates
within lirtieu (IS) divs there after tin
additional charge of 10 per nut will
All privileges upon which rates re
main impanel on Jul) lfi, 1912, lire sub
ject to Immediate shut-off without fur
Hates am PO.ehle at the oftlce of the
Honolulu Wuter Works, Cupltul build
ing. J. M, I.ITTI.K,
.Superintendent of Honolulu Wuter
Di pertinent of Public Works, llureviu
of Honolulu Watir' Works, Honolulu.
T II, Juno l'l. 1912. GU67-101
Payment of Sewer Ratei.
Ill mcordanco v.Ith Art 15S. Session
laiws or 1911, the owners und occu
pants or the premises toniiieteil with
the sewer ure hereby untitled that the
sewei rates fur llui six months begin
ning Jul) 1. 1912, line enillng Decem
ber .11, 1912, will be due und pa) able
at the otlli e of the Superintendent of
Public Works on the 1st dny of July.
If any sewer rate's shall remain un
paid more than 15 da)s after It Is due,
10 per tent In addition there to shall
bo i hurled, which shall bu collected
as u part of siiih sewer rate All uu
IMld sewer rules shall bear Intirest ut
the rule of ti per mil per annum until
Slip'rluleiideut of Public Works
I'ubllo Woi ks UIUie, June 19, 1912.
The HICVCLl. DEAM.ll nnd HE-
PA IKE It, has moted to
180 KlXtl 'STItEET
New locution lied front, near
Young llulldlng. Telephone 2118.