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evening bulletin, honolulu, t. h, saturday, june 29, 1912.
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Value of a
l cisi-iitl.il to llniihclul success
A Savings Account for your boy
will lie ihi ciluc-allon In II1I1 llrst
Yon run open nn necoiint with
ono ilnllnr nnil u Home Hank will
ho bImii ou.
Interest paid on nil deposits
Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000
123 Fort Street
Fire and Automobile
Tot.! Rt.ourcea. . 78,840,000
Louu Paid 1167,811,531
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd
Central Agent, Territory of Hawaii
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
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pany of Hawaii, Ltd.
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AND nUAL KSTATH
OLIVER Q. LAN8INQ
80 Merchant Street
S 450-Lot near King St nnil KnllM-
wncna School; 60x100, llnsy
payment. hlbcrul discount for
$ 400 ,ot 50x100 lit Puumil, ncur cur.
850 hot S5x5i o(T nori'tunlu Kt , bo-
twecu Punchbowl unit Aliipul
Sts limy terms.
$2250 -hot 177x07, with house, on I.I-
Imllho Ml, linir MiiMlil Fire
l.ntH on Port Ht itlmc bridge ut ISc
to 20e per sq ft.
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
Walty Dulldlng 74 8. King Street
Jas. W. Pratt
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We iluil In I Mod nnil unlisted kiiii
rltles of nil kind IIIUhIko, Iu .ni.i
nlpu rubber, Purlsslmn Hill Oil stink
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Kino cuttngo in town ulth pns uml
oloctrlo Unlit mid qulot nolKlilinrlionil
A comforjablo rcnovaloil 4 boil loom
house with ull modern improvements
bin! largo lunal; completely screened
J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
i'houe 14S2 P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
NAMI OF STOCK.
Ewn Plantation Co
IlAwnll-in Agrlc. Co
Haw. Com & Sug. (Jo. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ilnnokna Sugar Co
Ilnlku Suc.ir Co
Iliitchlnpon Sugar Plant. .
Knliukii Plautctlon Co. ..
Kckuha Sucnr Co
Mcllrydo Sugar Co
OhIiii Sugar Co
Onoinca Sugnr Co
Oi.i.1 Suirnr Co Ltd ....
I'aauhan Sug'ir I'lant. Co.
Pacific Sugar MI'I
Pain Plantation Co
Popeckco Sinjar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlnlttn Agrlo. Co
Walttiku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Walmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Inland Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian ElnctrlcCo. ...
Hon. U. T. &. j. Co , Pief. .
Hon. II 1: &. h. Co. Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
O.ihu n. & I Co
into n. n. Co.. pfd
IIIIo R. It. Co, Com
Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Plntupplo Co.
Tanjong Olok K.C.. pd. up.
Hon. n. & M. Co. Abu...
Haw.Ter.4 tFlioCl.) ..
Haw. Tor. 4
Haw. Tcrrl. 'A Pub. Imps
Cal. Sect Sug. & Itef. Co. C
Hon. Gas Co, Ltd.. 6s...
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5
HlloIl.H. Co., Issue 1901.
Hllon.R. Co.. Con. ex ...
Hnnoka.l Sugai Co . 6
Hon. R. T. Ac I.. Oo r, . . .
Kauai Iiy. Co. Os
Kohala Ditch Co. Gs
McDri do Sug'ir Co. Ch . . .
Mutual Tel. Cs
Oahult. &L- Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co 5
C!aa Sugar Co. f
Pac. Bug. Mill Co. Cs
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
Natomas Con. Cs
Sales Between Hoards 330 Mc-
iiryuo, ?: ZiO Mcllryilc, 0; 1.11) Ma
llrviln IR Ml MollrViln ffl 90 f
llrvil,. f r.! r.o rinin, S9T. r.o r.n rvii,,.
ed.uu; su i-ioneer, ao.m; z, u. I'ine,
ji:i..,u; buuu llllo ex I.H, fiuu.7&; ZU0
Ilrnuprv. S20. Kouulnnf r.noo ninr, f.a
WAD; .1000 Olaa, Cs, 97..",0; 3000 Olaa
,n, .,i.,m, 4, IHMICUI, fOl, ., MC
Pryde, $C; 23 II. C &. 8. Co., $41.73;
23 II. C R. S. Co, $11.73; 20 II. C. &
S. Co.. $11.75: 20 Oahu. $2G: C Oahu.
Latest sugar quotation: 3 83 cents,
or $76 60 per ton.
Beets JLOs lOd
WAIMUur. TRUST CO
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By GEORGE FITCH
Ambition Is tho stuff that Rchcmcs
nro made of particularly political
Rchemes, It Is nlso n sort of mental
tack which makes It uncomfortnhlo
ftir n man to sit down. It Is likewise
a grim taskmaster which takes him
by tho car when ho has finished tho
things he tins to do, nnd leads him
oer to a pile of things which he has
n chance to do.
The world was once full of slaves
v bo tolled 10 hours u day for their
true! owners. NouadnyH It Is full of
elates who toll tho name hours for
ambition, and plan new tnsks for
themselves during tho other five
Ambition liai tilled this land full of
millionaires, bankrupts, statesmen,
jangled nerves, busted digestions, poor
piano players and unhappy fathers-in-law
of foreign noblemen. This Indi
cates that ambition Isn't always n
good thing which is strictly truo.
Ambition Is a grand thing when prop
erly fitted with check ales, brakes
and (.hitch-releases. Hut when ambi
tion takes a man and yanks him from
the cradlo to tho tomb without giving
him n day off to go out In tho country
nnd hear tho corn grow. It is no better
than a runaway horse.
Tho world nevor gets tired of view
ing the marvels wrought by ambition.
Ambition Is fond of picking up human
riff-raff such as cripples, orphans. Ig
noramuses, Invalids and truant cchnol
boys, and making them Into artists,
pncls, generals, statesmen nnil presi
dents. Ambition, plus a smalt man
with n receding chin, is moro formid
able than n giant with a college edu
cation nnd a fine taste In easy chairs.
Ambition Is harder on content than
a cat Is on a mouse. It Is nlso toler
ably hard on honesty, hut It likswlso
eradicates liulncss and shlftlessuess,
and when a man Is suffering from n
large dnso of concentrated ambition
he may be found In n sanitarium, hut
It Is perfectly useless to look for him
In a poorhouse.
America contains vast natural un-j
potlts of ambition nnd when these
were combined with Immigration, tho'
result was tho United States. An i
American is an Englishman plus am
bition An Englishman hurries up his
work so that ho can have tea at four I
and get Into his flannels. An Amcrl-I
can hurries up tils work ho that ho
can take another man's Job nvvay from
him nnd do It beforo supper time. Am
bition doran't often make, a man moro
pleasant to hnve around, but it gen
erally makes him much moro useful
to his widow.
Ambition, like a grent many other
things. Is often Badly misplaced. Thero
nro a great many lino truck drivers,
slum repairers nnd plo builders who
will not stop trying to lie politicians,
violinists, nnd social lenders until they
nro operated upon- for ambition.
HONOLULU WOMAN WRITES OF
TERRIFYING TIMES IN.CUBA
f Associated r-n-M caM.
llAhTIMOIti:. Juno 29.-Champ
Clark, In tho lead on every loltcnll,
but latklng a minimum of ono hun
dred and seventy-four votes of aetur
Ing the nomination, was tho result or
yostcrdny's session of tho Democratic
national convent lc'n. From tho as
sembling of the delegates at 4 o'clock
jestenlay nricrnoon until the minutes
nftcr three o'clock this morning, thero
was nothing but a moiioloiis series of
lollcalls, with very lltllo to distract
tho attention of tho delegates and of
tho thousands who sat through tho
session from tho sweltering heat of
the afternoon nnil night.
Tim roMiill nf flu, fltiitl r,i1tr-ntl fur
tho llullctlii a graphic account of her day and it is thought thoy will soon tho session, the twelfth, was an
lonoriniirra ihirliiL- tho recent Cuban' lave to quit as tho men will not go nnunced at .1 o'clock this morning as
lahih,iih.o uuiHih urn '""" " "i, - .. , , ,i, .,, -iuu'nlol, r.in. li'li.,,. ir.i it.,.i,....,n.i
Al 1 1 Wilt eliflllU III VMt inu nnu niiiioa i wiui n m f turn mi, ihii I'lliivi " uint.
jn piece, when at other times ho would
I ivinn in Fnnr nf Nnnrn Rn!ri- ask $2 or $3 for them.
" " I "It la rniuirlnil llirtt tlin tnllta tint
ordered to bo closed down under pen
ally of having their cancflclds burned
or their mills blown tfp. Tho mill on
this plantation is still going, but they
run out of enno nhout every other
crs and Heaping of
A Honolulu woman has written for
Do you belch or bloat?
TRY THE BITTER8
Digestion weak bowela
TRY THE BITTER6
Have you malaria, or fever
TRY THE BITTERS
le 58 years old and has help
ed thouiandt back to health.
It tonet rebuilds nourishes
For sale by Donson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co, Ltd., Illlo
Drug Co. nnd ut nil wholesale liquor
outbreak, when tho roolutlon among
tho negroes becomo so serious that
tho U. S. marines were landed nt
Guntanamn. Tho lady has been In tho
midst of tho scenes of terror nnd do
predallon, though luckily not amons
thoso who suffered from tho rovoll.
Writing from Los Dctlclas, Orleulc,
on Juno 11, she nas:
they nro guarded. All trains running 123; Harmon, 29; Marshall, 31; Kern,
on ihe Cuban railroad have carried 1, nryan. l; not voting 1.
armed guards until this last day or so. Following tho twelfth vote, when it
Hit now thoy seem to be taken nif.lwax apparent that no nomination
There jro 400;mounted volunteers nn'rnuld be arrived at immediately, the
tneir way nero from sauungo to neip convention iook an adjournment until
duel! tho disturbance. one n clock this afternoon.
"Wo nil feel very nervous about New York Swlngi to Clark,
tills troublo and I hope this tlmo next I New York State delegates, who nil-
Wo have not heon disturbed In any month will teo mo on a steamer. Ill tho tenth rollrnll had voted con-
way, but things now begin to look bound for homo other country. Islstcntly anil solidly for Harmon, fur-
very sorlnus and I don't bcllovo thero
would bo any whito pcoplo on the
plantation today If It wcro not that
wo aro promised protection from tho
heads of tho plantation. Wo havo n
mounted guard of 50 men stationed
out at' nround us nt tho different
ciossroads or any placo whero tho
negroes could slip In at night.
"Tho troublo is the negroes want
to put up n negro candidate for Pres
ident, which Is ngalnst tho Cuban
law. Tho negroes luivo been wanting
this for years, ami every 4 yeaTs be
fore tho election tho negroes start
up Homo kind of a row. So far tho
government has paid no attention to
It Is very unsatisfactory living In n nlshcil n sensation by switching for
country whero one cannot speak the, Clark, on this ballot tho Mlssourlnu
languago; besides tho climate is far. receiving the highest voto so far ro
Irom being as nice as In tho Hawaiian corded In tho session, his total being
IfdnndH, I havo been told by a sugartnnnniiured at five hundred nnd fifty
t xpert that It costs Just ns much to Mx. Other changes vvero slight
make a pound of Kiignr hero ns 111 There wns no sneoch-ninklng In sic
does In Hawaii, consequently Hawaii nlfy, no dark horses sprung upon tho
has nothing to bo nfrnld of In Cuba. convention, nothing at till approaching
Depending on tho rnlnfall hero h excitement. Tho ilelegajes sweltered
n great urawiiacK. i-ast i-ail wnen nnu voieu and men sweltered anil vol
there should havo been rain tho ed ngnln.
weather was very dry nnd hot, ho. Harmon Losing Steadily.
much ho that tho ratio did not grow (iovernor Harmon, Ohio's favorite
in itH proper season. Now tho ennolbon, lost steadily from thn first roll
Is very smnll and low In tho percent-1 call. In which ho received ono hundred
ngo of Hiigur. I heard that Dr. Spen-.nnd fnrty-olght voles. An occasional
II, hut this year things aro much tor, the authority on sugar here, sayslvolo was recorded for Mnyor Oaynor
Artistic Job prlntlujf ran nlniijs lx
obtained from the Hull villi's roc
plctelj equipped job prlutlui; plant
CJias. K. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King It.
moro serious. Tlicro hns been qulto
a loss nf Ufa already on tho negro
"The way tho negroes havo been
doing Is to collect In largo liumbcrH
in tho vvoodH, then come nut at night
nnd steal horses ami rnttlo or any
thing In tho vvny of food. They havo
gono so far as to murder people who
showed rcslslanio. Tho most of tho
troublo is over nenr Santiago. Thero
tho country Is hilly nnd affords hotter
hheltcr for thorn. Quito a hnttlo took
placo nhout two weeks ago. Tho
negroes came down from tho moun
tains at night and set fire to tho Iron
works, which Is owned by American
inpltallsts. Tho Cuban solillnrs tried
to luuidln thn Hltuntlon hut wera not
Rtrnni' enniich so tho Amnrlrnn nul
lities vvero landed nnd thoy hud lot
hliell tho negro troops beforo thoy
could move them. After It was nil
over thero wero found 127 negroes
dead and Homo women amongst them;
20 Cuban HohllerH wcro hurt nnd two
American soldiers taken prisoners.
Slnco that tlmo terriblo out races havo
been committed on people living In
Isolated places. About seven miles
from hero 3 negrooH wero killed one
night In a skirmish and In this town
nun was hanged.
"About forty nillos from hero n rail
load bridge wns seen on flro and sol
diers ran to it In tlmo to sen Homo
negroes running nvvay Thoy' wero
chased and four raptured and taken
hack and hanged to tho brldgo
"Tho poor Cuban farmors nro llv
Ing In terror, not daring to go far
from home, hast wcok a man from
tho rebel district came along with
four horses laden with thickens and
turkeys, soiling tho turkeys for $1
thn Cuban sugar crop will ho short of Now York.
this year. I did not hear how much
but it Is thought considerable.
"hater reports nro that telegraph
wires havo been cut, trains fired ii
on, express nlllco robbed of $200 cash
nnd thn office tnken possession of by
the negroes. Since then tho negroes
havo lieeti routed nnd tho placo
At the Minimi meeting of Wo On I'ul
Kou Association tin) following ollliers
vvero clcdod to servo for tho ensuing
W II Ktim President
Chlng Till hei Vlio-Pri-hldint
M (' Annum English Hetritury
.huni Oct Chu Chlneso Keerrtiiry
Chun Kum Huen Tn usurer
hum II dice Ilnokkeeper
Chaii Pol, hook .Man Cheoug. Auditors
M O AMANA.
0J73 -3t Sccrctur)
IN REALM OF PUGDOM.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 28. Palzcr
defeated Wells handily In their bout
tonight, thn latter taking tho count In
tho third round,
J H, Ileany, cashier of tho First Na
tional Hank of llrldgovllln. Pa., left a
satchel containing $3300 In h smoking
enr, Tho ling was found nnd return
ed by n baggage-master.
The thiHlng exercises of the. Will
palm sthool took puito on Friday
morning (it 9 .10 before a hirco number
of people The (hllilren showed cure
fill training Ii) giving their recitations
uml stories with expression I
The Minsk' was particularly good
There were quartetH. duds and hor
iisis Tin re wns mi exhibition of writ I
ten work from all the grudes whit h I
ctrtulul) was u credit to the school It
show nl that gnat pains hud been taken,
to .ecur neiit olid cureful work I
Then was nlso an exhibit of work'
from the manual training department I
Everything was practical Thero vitr
stiu ks of ilnssiM of all sizes, pcttl
iiiiiIk, waists, etc There were dozens I
and dozens of "panties" All these I
things were given uvviiy nftcr the ex-1
erclht-s to the new Kpanlsh children I
anil to otlurs who needed them Tho
seventh gruilv girls hud pillow slips i
iln-orateil with draw n work and em
broider) Those who had inailo them
kipt lln in
It seems too bad that so good a
mIiooI us this should be handlcuppeil '
for lull, of room It Is to bn hoped
that more room will lie provided for
the l online eur
J AaaVAa ,
Tilt Ii Cap m
.. ,.. M4
Edward J Kcnculy, sou nf Michael
Kenealy, has been appointed by Presi
dent Taft us deputy collector for tho
port of 'Stamford.
Tho Hoiiho Judiciary Cnmmltlee de
cided in executive session to under
take a preliminary investigation of
the "llecf trust"
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