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We arc talking about AVer's
Hair Vigor. Just note that word
"Ayer's." You arc perfectly
safe with it. No harm to you or
to your hair. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly does. Stops
falling hair, too. Remember, it's il.
"Aycs" we arc talking about
Ask your doctor about your hair
nd about Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Get bis approval. Your own P.
doctor and "Ayer's" make a
strong combination. It means ti.
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
rrwirtd y Dr. I. C. Artr & C- Unll, llui., U. S. A.
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
KKS. WDtSIjOWS SOOTOING SYHUP
m txra wrj by euujon of mother for iKeir chiUrea
rtule Irtduog, wtth perfeti tucem. It often the sums,
mTkyt pan, cure wind coBc and t the belt remedy for
tEarrbea. Sold by Drugsnts. Ht sure and axk or
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Used for Dior than tlirrc cenerfttlonf
BUSINESS CARDS. r.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS CO. Machinery
of every description niailo to D.
Tuesday, February 11, 1D13.
Jlilo Arrived, February i, Schooner J.
Alert from Columbia River.
Brays Harbor Sailed, February 10,
Scliooner ltoobcrt Scnrlo for Honolulu.
San Francisco Sailed, February 11, 4
"""p. m. 8. 8. Sonoma for Honolulu.
, Wednesday, February 12, 1913.
Ban Francisco Arrived, February 12,
"1 p. rn., S. S. Honolulan, hence February
Ban Francisco Sailed, February 12,
12:30 p. in., S. S. Wilholmina for Honolulu.
Ban FranciBco Arrived, February 12,
liark Androw Welch, henco January
San Francisco Sailed, February 11, 4
p. an., S. 8. Sonoma for Honolulu.
"Yokohama Arrived, Fobrnary 10, S.
H. Manchuria, henco January 29.
Thursday, February J3.
Ban Francisco Arrived, February 13, 7
a. rn., b. B Tcnyo .Mnru, neuco cl, ,.
Han isco Arrived, February 13, 1
Darken ti no Aurora, hence lob. 28. ,
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Tuesday, February 11.
Btr. Mauna lrom luhaiuu.
ilookenu, iloopuloa, Honunpo and
l'unalun, 7 a. m.
Str. Kilauca, from Hilo and Lahalua,
Wednesday, FobYuary 12.
M. N. B. 8. Lurlmo, Wcedoii, from
Ban Francisco, 8 a, in.
Am. bk. It. P. Rithct, from ban Francisco,
8:30 a. m.
Ani. Bchr. Andy Maboney, from
Qrays Harbor, a. m.
S, 8. Cleveland, Kior, from Suu
Francisco, 11 n. in.
Btr. W. G. Hall, from Kauai ports,
4 a. in.
Thurs.dny, February 13.
Btr. Wullcle, from Hamakua, a. m.
U. S. A. T. Sherman, from San Frail'
cisco, 7:25 a. in.
Btr, Claudine, from Mnu ports, 4:40
Str. Kinau, lor Klecle, Hanapoie,
Mnkaweli und Waimea, S p. mi.
Btr. Nocau, for Kalihiwai, Kapaa,
Anahola, Kiluuca mid 4 p. m.
Btr, Mikahala, for Wulau. Pclokuuu,
Kalaupapa, Pukoo, ICaaunpull, Labalna,
Olownlu, Laual, Makeun, Kihci, Mc
Gregors, Kawoakapu and Kaunakakal,
Si 10 p. in.
Ktr. Ivtalanl, for Maliuliona und Ka
wnlhae, i n, in.
Sir. Kilauca, Frceniun, for Hilo und
way ports, 10 a. in.
U. H, A. T. Hlierinnn, for Guam uud
Manila, ft p. m.
M. N. 0. rt, ImitIIiih. fur Kuhului.
Htr. W. II. Hall, for Kauai jwU, H
II, A. H. U. ('In aiand, for Jmjmii liud
Now York, via Med.lmTa ,n jwrtu,
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913, -SEMI -WEEKLY.
W. Milter, Wot. M, O'llrlen, I'. T.
Mtf. .leu. ilni'Rlo. A. Robinson, Mr.
! Mts. a Kjnar, 0. II. tjiutulcit, H.
l Softer, Mm. It. O. Seller, Mr. ami
Mrs. B. (I. Sharon., K. A. Hhorloek, Win.
.rnillr, H. II. Slllor, Mr. and Mrs. .1
n flmlth,, Miss Jessie Bmlth, Miss H.
vt Hpcneer, II. U Htlmpson, P. M.
tiitr. 1. A. Testn, .1. 0. Volck, Mr. and
m N. Wntkin. W. K. Catllon, I
onnnn, II. Uiiilmilt, O. Iljorkltiml
I'er U. W. A. T. Sherman, from San
'mnrhwo, Feb. 13. Brig. CJen. M. M.
vtaeomb and wife, Cnpt. Paul II. Ma
um npl. li. II. Wlnnns, wife nnd two
iuikIiIcis; Cnpt. Jns. S. Parker, wlfo
nd two children; Opt. H. K. Knight
mil wife, Cnpt. It. I!. I.ongan, .i. J. A.
xlcAhdrcw, M. A. L. Hunil), U. B. It.
hinttngton, wile and chiles It. A. P.
Icrk, wlfo and child; Lt. T. C.
er, It. M. Buffington, Miss .1. Lccson,
Vlrs. Campbell nnd daughter, Mrs. C.
'lovclnnd, Jns. F. Drain and wife, 3gt,
Will' 11, wife nnd daughter; But.
Iinuneoy Wnilo, wlfo and daughter;
gt. August Schafcr, wife and thrco
children: Mrs. Brans. Set. P. L. Oglo
and wife, Sgt. It. H. Couleman and wife,
Hgt, Adam C. Spencer, Sgt. Mnj. Wm.
SnportnH, Hoy Frederick names, .virs.
Waller Keller and daughter, Mr. Wm.
Thompson, Mrs. Henry Ellis, Mrs. II.
lloyt, Mrs. J .1. Fitzgcra.u nnd son,
MIbb k. Winter, Mts. A. N. Ildmonds
and two children, Dr. II. Hayes.
I'er str. Klnau, for Kauai ports, Fob,
11. W. It. Castle, W. 0. Smith, W. M.
Alexander, .T. P. Cooko, J. It. Gait, 0.
It, Carter, Jno. Wntcrhouse, Paul
Schmidt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. F. Wil-holt,
Mrs. It. D. Stiibbs, A. Robinson, T.
Burninghnin, J. M. Thompson, M.
A. Nicoll, Mrs. J. 11. Hnugh, It. B. Park,
F. Lafks, C. F. Drake, Mrs. S. D.
Honky, Rev. C. G. Hong, F. B, Edwards,
A. B. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Bertram, Dr. S. Ochlal, Mrs. J. D.
Stubbs, Miss K, Ward.
Per str. Mikahala, for Maui and
ports, Fob. 11. Mrs. Knnakahi,
Monngham, Miss Monaglmm, Mrs.
Monngham, Mrs. Monroe, Wm.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 21. Bowen.
Per str. Kilauca, for Hilo and
way ports, Feb. 12. Miss 0. Sharrott,
Mrs. W. Slmrrott, Mts. Bryant, Mrs.
Mmldcn, Mr. and Mrs. Zumstein, Miss
Hnywood, Miss Conrndt, Mrs. C. E.
Conradt, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Harlan,
Mr. and Mrs. Brown lligman, Mr. nnd
Mrs. B. J. Boorman, Miss C. Wilder,
J. Mcineckc, Joss. Knuhil, n. Hastier,
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Carter, Mr.
and Mrss. J. Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs.
Tcrnandez, Dr. Wilcox, Chuck Hoy,
W. Gill, J. G. Bush, Dr. V. A.
Wm. Knight, Wm. Savidge, G.
ItiiRHrll Mr. and Mrs. F. Camacho,
II. Turner, II. A. James, W. O'Brien.
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Knual ports,
rcb. 13. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hammond.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A( Qllnes. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank ItichardpoRcDrc D. E.
Drew, W. T. Frost, W. S
Antonc, Miss Bobinspn, OVN". Wilcox,
Mrs. Geo. Bucliholtz. J. Crawford,
It. Gait, : Jno. Vatcrhousc,y H. -knot.
Having In custody Gorrlal Choug, al
leged embezzler of $51,000?bT'Tiriit Na
tional uanic tunus,
Arthur .McDuffio will nrrivo lilro" Tues
day morning from Jnpan. Acting-Chief
John Kcllett received a wireless from
bis superior yesterday morning, with
the assuranco of his prosonco on board
tho Pacific Mail liner Persia.
Rapid Transit car No. 18 nnd a loaded
truck belonging to tho Hawaiian
Soda Works had a slight dispute as to
tho right of way on Emma street, near
Vineyard, last evening about seven
o'clock. Thoro arose also tho question
of relative speed of the to. Tho
truck got across mo street witnoac
dnmaR0 but tll0 car )ost its ioft front
winJoV rcsult of tll0 c0taet. No
ono was injured.
BftBfS SCILP ILL
With Eczema That Broko Out when
but Three Months Old Burned
and Itched So Sho Could Not Sleep
Chance of Cure Seemed Slight
CURE BY CUTICURA .,,
EASY AND COMPLETE
"Our littlo tlatirjhtcr, when threo
months old, lcuii to break out on tho
head and vvu liad tlio licst doctors tn
li-pat lur, but lhoy did not lo licr any
good, 'llifjr Mid blielinil eczema. Her
eyes bouimo from tho cIIfcoso
11i l.llriilriT rn.l on irvlrn
that sho could nr t rest, day cr nlpht.
Wo had about rivtn up all licpcs when
wu rcuii an niiven?incni ci 1110
TteiiKillej. Wo ct onco got a ccko
of CuUcura B .op, n. Ikjx cf Cutlcura Ointment
and ono Irottlort Cutlcura Itif
and followed dirvctlons cairfi'lly.
Aiir mo ii rev uoco ci 1110 wuiicura 110-
solvent, wo used ItieCutlcuraBrnp fatly
and nimlliHl tho Cutlcura Olntrnf,
Then klis hcrnn ti Imnrovo r.r.il
lu two wunks tho hrdo ranio off licr licet!
and now hair bonan ti cniv7. Innviry
sliiirt tlmoktio vas v,i'.l, I.ir rjrn no
lierfKetly ctrcliUt vlirn rim "' i. J
uml havo Im n i jcvcrlnv, f ! Munw
iJileoti f n-o end h n "o i f
haaltli. Vi'o .iii tlio Cutlcura
oiinil Ikt nnd lavo unl them In
our fainlly rvrrilitu'.
"Wo iuhh! tl I'ullnirn I'.nnuUes
bout fivo wiv' t, riT'darv', cml I'fi
weoould nrl, h I rbojiftil Uti ipe' ;l
Willi imy (luuaio fjt,o uRtrl v ,:i
ImjiuIux niul li'buiR ami liard, Hi'',
iliiulriirf.utfkkiu r ,. ul, nil mvi Iir 1 .c.l
Unit III lAlflll II I ' li ' V.OUM ira
i, rMt mi f'li H i til, Sun ii,
Ji.. Ort. 13, J J."
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Republican Effort to Confirm
FISHER IS WILLING TO STAY
But Report That Wilson Is Urging
Him Is Not Exactly the
By Emcst Q. Walker.
(.Mall Bpcclal to Tho Advertiser)
WASHINGTON, January 31. There
is littlo change In tho status of Hawaiian
interests at tho Capitol. Hardly
a wheel is moving. This will probably
continue for some time. Some hopo
exists for the incrense in tho public to
building appropriation, but this is
friends of tho Islands in senato
and houso hnvo undottalccu to help tha
pioposcd appropriation along. The
treasury department nindu a lnorablo
roperl on tho prnnocd increaso nnd
efforts are under way to perftiado tho
houso on public buildings
nnd grounds to make n favorable report.
Whatever happens in the Iioubc,
thero will bo an effort to Rot tho
amendment on in tho senato, where Mr. nt
Clark, of "Wyoming, has it in -charge.
While thero is considor.iblo activity i
now anu men in uiu tumuj " so
cific Islands and Porto Rico on the
ronominnlion of Governor 1'rcnr it virtually
to noth n?. There is no
hotter prospect tlinn there has been for
favorable action on the nomination.
Tl.o DeirocraU of the senate have no
Idea of confirming that or nnj othor
similar nomination nt this session of
conprcss. They to fill the ofi
fire of Uovcrnor ot uswaii wim n uw
ocrat as roon after Mnrch -1 as they:an
pcrsuadn President Wilson to, sond lu
n nomination. '
No Confirmations. noi
There has been n tembinncd
in tho senate, It seems that
tho deadlock over contirmat'!on has
been broken. Tho Democrats have apparently
von. For two or threo days
the Republicans pitched battle
Ono afternoon for hours 'tlie
doors wcro locked till into evening And
tho orators sprang to their tasks. TJio
net result was b'dc votes on roll dall
nnd three demands for n quorum.
stood by their guns against
coircrs and insisted that they would
not yield. If the Republicans wanted
to make tho rest of the session n
,tpli nnd leave other lccifdntloh
tn bo cared for n'l tho etra session
nf fongress well nnd good.
would not be confirmed any way.
This nttjtude proved
in" anil ti'O next nay some oi mo
presiv" Bepublienns refused to sup' !
nort a p'ntion to en into efecutivo pes'
s'on. That seemed to brpk tho back-!
hone of the Bopublicnn filibuster.
No Exceptions Allowed.
Thero have bcea numorous efforts to
rin"lo out certain nominations to bo
confirmed, but things havo como to
such a piss thnt nono may bo confirmed.
That is rather doplorablo for
mnnv scores of the nominations really
ourlit to be disposed of, whatever tho
merits of the postmasters cases may
be. E. E. Clark, nominntcd for
lerin ns intorstnto commerco com
missioner, ought to be confirmed, but
Ids rnse i? in nl oynnce because of tho
(rnnornl (.nniriftiirn of onnositlon. Charles
P. Neil, conimissioner of labor, another
efficient pulil'e servant, went out of
office February 1. liecavso the sonnto
faileil In confirm him. These two nom
nations pertain to offices wliero the
Incumbents aro not allowed to hold
over till the'r successors nro nominated
Page Bill Passed.
Tho sennte, nlthough ot a standstill
on confirmations, has been pegging
away nt other business. Last wock
it passed tho Tago bill for vocational
education. This is nn important
measure, which will call for an expend-
ituro of about $12,000,000 annually for
I extension of agricultural education
! tlllOUUllOllt tllll I'Olintry, 1 arilllTS VTOUlU
I be given opportunity to loarn about
scientific farming nnd their song and
daochtcrs would bo provided with fa
cilities in high schools and colleges for
learning how to till the soil to the best)
polemic niiwimauo. Hawaii snares in
the provisioim of the measure.
Tills bill will lmrdly become luw nt
this PMlon of rongremi, apparently, be.
nunc of opposition in the house. The
Hitter lioity, however, mis riinrleil a
somen hat similar bill and the effort
will bn mmln to combine the two lu
fnhlan in ronferenie. From this
time on the sennte must bend tn the
niiprnprlHllnii I'llln, now touting over
rsplUlv from the home. And yet
tlm i' hits burn found to dltpos of the
proposed BiiiDHiliuoiit to tho Constitution,
luiilliuif tit to'lii nf the
o tbs UnlliNl BtntM. Tlis )i
vet to t imiisftl uihiu in tlir liuDiie,
wUrt" tin' riU(Htl(Hi uf bn'u. W
yrrai Mnirsiiuu in pinin..,,! miii
IH i ill i ,l nn mlii ' UN ii's n b
In.) 'llui fur I hi. ' lull Of
Iwu l I Dial nn I ill, a i appru
riMUlim Um Oktrtml
kjl.,n, I l ,, ,. , , ,,,, ,
i III k I ii I n il lu I it 1 1 ii
)' l I i III I I, I I
It. I' III . , . II 4,1 . I i i
rppt with reference to one or two port
Tito origin ol that itory l ln.erit
in. It an i pper (hambcr oi
tho lioilec oitco bulidlntf, whore nn In
duitrloiio lopvrtcr whs strilllny in tni
(outrli of items. Ho inoi n Wcsieru
tongrc'tn an, ol Pmyriisivo
is known us n lover ot u good
"SVhnt do you know nt out tiio next
nbii'Otf" quoth tho congressma .
"Not a d tiling," said tho re
"Wlut do you know nlout ltt" ho
nuked of the eongressnmn.
"Not a d thing," rpllcd the
roiijircssmnn, with cqunl lonesty. "So
we can mnko up n cnblnot to suit ourselves,
Tl'oy sat down and made up a cab
inct, .lust nn n matter of fun and the
noxt ilny that cabinet Pst npprnred lu
I.nlf n dozen eastern papers as the
real thing. Of course it' wai n
"fnko, " pure and simtilo but It started
things somewhat at Trenton and out
tho Jersey capital camo n story tho
following day which undoubtedly wns
from tho himself nnd indicated
that ho wns getting down to
the point of deciding.
The Fisher Talk.
The Progressives aro trying to bear
hand In selecting at least uno member
Mr. Wilson's cabinet. Never were
men pulling harder or moro poisistciitly
than they lor Secretary of tho interior
Fisher. That ncrouuts for a ttory
which got into circulation
sources recontly that Mr, Wilson
wns ondcavormg to persuade Secretary
Fisher to stay lor anotlior term
but that tho secretary was icluctant to
accept. lie was in lovo with his work,
be sure, but ihoro wcro financial and
other considerations which had moved
him to deliberate over the offer that
had been extendod to him from Trenton
by messenger from thQ
and also by personal
Tho plain truth is, howover, that no
mosongcrs or private letters havo
come from President-elect Wilson to
Secretary Fishor. It is equa'ly tho
plain truth that Secretary Fisher is
burning with a dosiro to bo invited into
the Wilson cabinet nnd would jump
an invitation to come in. Ho would
nccent it forthwith and be clad. There
aro no financial considerations barring
lam from remaining in tho cabinet.
jirs pisher is a woman of largo means
that slio and her husband need not
count the dollars in their possesiion before
electing to stay Ioncer in the cab-
inot. Not long ngo a rich captain of
industry offered Mr. Fisher $5(1,00.0 a
year to como into his sorvico, which of
fer w.i declined because Mr. Fisher
did not need tho money,
Director-General Cbillingworth of
the Mid-Pacific Carnivnl hns issued tho
following notice of lino of march on
Floral Parade Day and place of nsscm'
bling for each division, as follows: .
jLino of March.
From Executive Building to King
street, to Fort street, to Uoretnnia
street, to Kapiolani street, down
ini to King street, thenco to
toria street, to Berctanin. passing reviewing
stnnd nt McKinley High
School gToiiuds, then to Punahou and
Marching bodies nnd see-
tion, after passing reviewing stand, full
Mounted band, 'Princesses, nutos and
cycles to Alexander Field.
Order of Parade.
Leave Executive Building grounds at
Mnrshnl nnd Aids.
Horse Drawn Tloats.
At o'clock p.m.
Directions for Assembling.
Automobiles enter Kxecutivo Build
ing grounds by Hotel street gate, turn
to right and will bo assigned position
by marshal nlds.
enter iiy uoiei street
gate, turn to loft nud will be assigned
Band nnd nil those, intending to
march, enter by Itielinrd street gate
and tnko up position in front of Bungalow.
Mounted features enter by Llkeliko
street gate and take up positlou under
Rules for Floral Parade.
All entries to nssomhlc nnd bo in
position at Kxecutivo Building grounds
nt i p.m.
Autos, nuto trucks, motorcycles nnd
bicycles enter grounds by Hotel street
floats will form on both
sides of MHIcr ktreet and nlaiikn tide
Hotel street, Wnlklkl of Miller. Flouts
too large to pass through gates to take
nil position on King street, maulin side
liwii nf entrance.
Mounted features enter by I.lkelll.e
Those (outriiiplnting iniirrlilng In the
parade enter nt Hit-hard street ulo uin)
Inks up position In froii( of ,Hiiia1ois
I 'am ile starts nt 1:30 n'flock.
Mount ml hIiU will meet "Dil nwljjU
lu puklliun all Mitrlf.
I !MJ4UU Ukio Muled
from WMbitutO Ut tke
Iidiumi hid rrnertd nuly
IH on) fur f't Jfoi n'ttlU public
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wtU try li ih MU is !
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PRICES TUMBLE AS
Bears Make Raid and General
Reduction Follows All
SiT FedersI Wirtiws Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, Fobruary
to Tho Advertiser) Canadian Pacific
dropped three points nt tho opening
todny. Bear operators concentrated
thero nttack against tho Coalors, liar-
rimans, Copper and Steel and succeeded
in holding out n good deal of long
stock. Iliph grade investment snares
which ordinarily displayed sturdy
to pr ssuro, tumbled nway as
readily as tho market leaders. A l.imu
number of imp'ortnnt issues wore low-
eroa ono to over time points.
xiomis wcro weak.
Quietncfs followed tho active soil
ing of tho morning nnd thoro was a
good fractional fall- London was a
large buyer, taking abont 25,0.00 Bhnros.
While there was no brislmtiemand for
stocks in thoiJattor part of), tho day,
short covering! wsuvctcnslvcr enough to
keep tho mnrkct more stable. Union
Pacific and Steel, rulod a point abovo
Analysis of the movement
showed a larger proportion of material
josses in the inncttvo stocks than ordi
Xlio market closod steady.
Another break of selllnc in Canadi
an Pacific which increased its loss to
oyer four points was disregarded by
mo general list, which mado further
progress upwards. Southern Pacific was
sluggish and, did not recovor
amy. union i'aciuc was ia tho
of tho rally as woro Reading and
(Hy Ffdprnl Wlrrleu Tttrirraph,)
SAN ntAXCISCO, February 13.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Closing
Hawaiian Commercial ... 34
Hawaiian Sugar 35VL
Honokaa . ; 7W 8
Onomea 32 32
Union . .. 27 30
Associated 42 4314
Honolulu Plantation .... 30
Pauben Wireless 37
RAW SUGAR FIRM.
IBy rediral Wlrelets TelaTph.)
NEW YORK, February 13. (Special
to Tho "Advertiser) Raw sugar steady.
Muscovado 80 degrees tost, 2.98c; Cen
trifugal 00 degrees test, 3.43e; Molasses
89 dogrccs test, 2.73c. Rofinod quiet.
"While thero was considerable activity
in the local stock market yesterday
there was n general weakness in prices
shown, whilo bids dropped in many
below former marks and some
holdings were quoted at less than former
sales. Between boards little business
was icpnrted, showing fivo and ton
Pioneer nt 2G.25, n quarter decline,
while McBrydc was steady at 4.S0. In
bonds $3000 of Hawaiian Irrigation
brought nt the rate of 100.50, a fall
Tho session of tho stock exebnnge
showed considerable lifo, the feature
being the sudden decline in Hawailun
Pineapple. There were throe transact
tlons in this stocks often, fifty and fho'
shares, stnrtingi'at 40.25, a. declino of
1IIICU (Ulllht3ia, uuii i'iuiiij,,, uiii(j vu
40.0(1 tint, onlui feu to 0.00 lor if-
teon shares. Ewa struok 23.75, whilo
Onomea went to 32.00 flat .for five
HONOLULU WINS SECOND.
Tho Burroughs Adding Machine Company
offers two prizes a year of a
$50 6 machine and a $350 machine for
the best sales by as agent uaeed on
their quota of business. Tho agent in
I'nrls, mince, wou tlio first prize, wiiuo
tlm Wuterhoiiso company, of this city,
won the second prize una nonoiuiu
thereforo tand nt the bead of tho
list with Paris for the inott up-to-date
business record In this respoct.
FIND OUTPUT OF BIOmER.
I'.xci'llont iiiwi lias been received by
rulilti from Bnniuporo by tlio
Compniiy, Iiliulled, ufiit or Hit)
rnnuiitf unit rmijonK uiqk nuunor coin
I'Uiilii at tli) output nn t)iMi ionipiinli
tor Juuuwry V, T. J. Wutsrliouie, sue
fninr)' uf tlm ruuipsuy, iiisdu the IU-hum
of ineJuitloM pu tills yiittrilay, T&
kiosk tif Im wwiuuiU') Is buhl ulniuM
HtllUttly III UtUMlUlH.
Tin prom niia uu raiiua intiittuuii mwu nn hu ,iu, u iu ,,, ,i i
iir i!3, iit mil 4iuuds
III ,i I .. il, ij uu
ui 1 'llji ti lIliA Ik .'.ululluu
'lt -. k'ull m4 v i li In .I ii Mm;
mi a ilw II fifum pkli fm lliui
Tho only baking powder
matte from Royal Grapo
Gream of Tartar
fio Alum, Nt Lime Phosphate
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANBE
Honolulu, Thursday, Fobruary 13, 1913.
NAME OP STOCK CAPITAL PA Ask,
PAID UP VAL
C Brewer iS Co 2.200,000 too
Ewa 5.000.000 20 25K
lUw.'AlTlcuiruril"";'. zooaooo !(
Haw. Cora. & Sot. Co. 10,000,000 23 MS 3
Haw. Suj. Co 3.000,000 20 JO
Honomu 750.000 100 ICO
Honokaa """" 2,000,000 20 7
Haiku 1.500,000 100 US
Hutchinson Sucar Plan-
. tJtion Co 1500.000 25
Kahuku, 1.000,000 20
Kckaha Suzir Co ... OJULUAI 100
Koloa 900,000 100
McBrydc Sue. Co, Ltd. .isoaooo 20 W, 5
OariuSujarCo ux).ooo 20 AIM 20 K
Onomea . i.noo.ooo 3iv, 32)i
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd.!. 5.000,000 20
Paauhau Sus. Plan. Co. 3.UJU.UUU 50
Pacilic 750,000 too
Pcpeekco ...."!1!I" 75O.00L 100
Pioneer .000,000 20 26K
walalua Acr. Co 4,500,000 100 91
Wallulu Acr. Co."::: 3.000,000 100
Waimanali) ,,, 252,000 ICO
Waimea SutarMiU.... 125,000 400 160
Inter-Island S. N. Co.. 2.2SO00O 180 205
Haw. hlectrlc Co 750,00
. R.T.SL.Co. Pld.. 1.207,500
It. R.T.L.Co. Com.
Atiiluallcl Co 2x1.000 28 29
p. HAL. Co :. 5.U00.U0U I3SS 140
HiloR. R.Co. Pld 1 54, MO
iloR. R. Co. Com.... 2.800.000 0S( OH
Honolulu Brewing S
MaltintCo Ltd 500.000 24
Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd.!.... 1.250.0UO
Haw. Pineapple Co.... 500.UAI 46"
1 anions Olok Rub. Co 300,000
tPahanj Rub. Co ZI9,!CU m
Bonds Amt. Outstanding
Haw. Ter, A p c (Fire
Haw. Ter. 4 p c
funding 1905)........ 600.000
Haw.Ter.4pc Pub Im 1,500,000
naw. icr. svs p c 1. 000,000
Haw. Ter. 4 PC..." 1,000.000
Haw. Ter.3v pc 1.241,000
CaL Beet Sug.fi
. Ing Co. 6s 800.000
Won Oas Co.. Ltd 5s.. iAI.OOi)
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co,
Hilo R.'rV6s" VlVsue'oi 1. 240.000
iwii ,. 1,000,000 93
Hilo R. R. Co. Pel. a
Estn. Con. os t.S73.r 94
Honokaa Sug Co. 6 r c JUI. luovf
Hon.R.T.iSLCo.Cpc 620.U10 107
KauaiRCo. 6s,. .. 5(II.
KohalaDilcliCi..6s.... 50U.UU inn
Nalomat Con. 6s I1.500.00C 95 M
McBnrde Sugar Co., 6s 2.000,00, 100
MuiualTel 6t iiUUI
0,R.LCo Sue..., 2.O00OUO
-(palm Sugar Co. 5 p c KOUA
plaaSutcrCo. 6pc. 2.501.001, 9l
Paclic Sujar .Mill Co.
ds 500.000 102
Mill Co. 6 p z. 1.250,0)
Waialua Acr Co s pc 9IR.50I
luwauan irr o is . , K,00(
Hamakua Ditch Co 6s . 240,001
$3000 Haw. Irr. Cs, 100.50; 15 Pioneer,
0.25; 20 McBrydc, 4.C0.
5 Onomea, 32; 10 Pineapple, 4.0.25;
rr) Pineapple, 40; 90 McBrydo, 4.50;
15 Oahu Sug. Co., 20.50; 5 Ewa, 25.75.
88 Deg. Analysis Beets Os, OVjd; parity,
4.00; 90 Deg. Centrifugals, 3.48.
tho Guardian Trust Company, a large
lot next to tho Afong property for
$1800 cash and will start in next week:
Oait erect four cottages eosting about
olj'uuu ac- lor. is oounu Dy Bcnooi
streeot and a lane, and tho latter will
bo called "Soapbor Lano," according
. Mi4 , .
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Prosecution Completes Evidence
Before Nooa Defendant
Ham Young Slk, chargod with inau.
slaughter, wns iilaced ou trial before a
jury In Judge Robinson's court yesterday
morning, The prisoner has beou lu
j.'ill since September IS last. Ho is accused
of liaviiiif caused the death of
Hon Loon VIII during a drunken orgy
umy ono imcsman was oxcusea
Iny tlio task of securing a jury und be
fure noo ii tka prpiecutlon bad com
iiKIimI tlio prcsontliig of its oviileure
l.orrln Andrew U ropreinntiiii; the de
tviidmit, The iiroteeutiou it being cun
iluvli'd by I). M. Drown sud William T.
lluwllni u( tlm oily attorney' otllco
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