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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FIJI DAY, AUCJUHT 21, 101 4.
! I MARINE: Castle & Cooke, Ltd. Agents BANKof HAWAII "The war new may he gnrbknl up, hut hunk lxjoks never are; if we've a orolit balance there is 110 chance of ncare. Let's save a little weekly and put it safely byTIlEtf' tho Future won't be. dreaded, nor wo from war-clouds shy.'! f V . T '- , . Daldwl ' ' r- in LlmiUd. Sugar Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents Agents fop Hawaiian Commercial & Box ax Co. . Xlaiku Sugar Company. Paia Plantation. ; . . Haul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. : McBryde Sugar Co.. Ltd. Kahulul Railroad Company. Kauai Railway Company. Kauai Fruit & Land Co. Ltd. Honolua Ranch. Fire Insurance V- THE . .. D. F, DHIiniJhsm Co. LIMITED. Central Agent for Hawaii; Atlaa Assurance Company of London, New York Under writers', Agency; Providence Washington Insurance CoT 4th floor Stangenwald Building. AgentsWanted HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII Ltd O'Ncil Bldg., 96 King St, cor. Fort SL THE YOKOHAMA CPECIE BANK, LIMITED. - : . : Ten.r ; Capital aubscrlbed.. . .48,000.000 Capital pild np......;i0,000.000 RcserTo fund 18.900,000 K. AWOKI...... Local Manager CiiardtRalh Itansewald Bdlg itt ; Merchant St STOCK AND B6ND BROKERS V Wtmbera Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange .: ?TiM:rLi.KTi.v ijivks von TODAY'S AEH8 TOD AT Alexander MEAT MARKET A GROCERY . Phone 3451 c q: yee hop 4 co." Finn r AUTOMOBILE LIFE EaUbllehed In 1t5l. BISHOP & CO. ANKERS. Commercial and Traveler' Lai. tera of Credit Itaued on tho Sank of California and tho London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd., London Correspondents for tho A marl oan Express Company and Thos. Cook A 8on.' Inttrett Allowed on Term and Savins Bank Deposits. BANK HONOLULU tssaes K, N. ft K, ltterToi Credit and Trailers' Checks arailable throughoat tts world. Cable Transfers of Rates C. Brewer & Co: (Limited) T ; SUGAR FACTORS, COM MIS. ION MERCHANTS, SHIP. PINO AND INSURANCE AGENTS, FORT ST, HONO.1 . LULU, T. M. .jv' -" v '. List f Officers and Directors:; E. F. Blahop .....V.. President . G, H. Robertson '. Vlcs.President . and 4 Manager It. I vera ..... Secre ta ry E A. R. Rota. ... . . ..Treasurer 1 Q. R. Carter.....) V'i C H. Cooke.. ....) ' I J. R. Gait .....).,.DIroctoni It A. Cooka ....) r A. Gartley .....'.) j b. G. May ... .:. ..... . .Auditor ! For Safe $ 1600 2 bedroom houae, artesian at, a a . . w near ruttanou school: lot 63x105. P. E. Be STBAIICH WaJty Bide. 74 a King 8t FOB KENT New 3-bedroom cotUge. ..... .$27.50 Five-bedroom, house ......... 30.00 Neat cottage In town 2 bedr'ma 22.00 J. EL Schnaclr, , 8oal Eatata. Brewer Bulldlnar- Tlepbong S63S PURE AND FRESH Milk, Cream and Butter. : PHONE 4522. ' CfTY DAIRY - Mrs. John Jacob Astor took part in a tennis match at Rar Uhrbor. Mo. She won hor aBd wilt take i:ir In the finals for the Women's cham lMonsblp of the xesort ' "jf. Ap Honolulu Stock Exchange Friday, August 21. MERCANTILE Bid Asked Aleandxer & Baldwin.Ltd. C. Brewer & Co. SUGAR. Kwa Plan Cn tt I Haiku Suear Co. 120 Haw. Agri. Co 1S. Haw. C. & Sug. Co. ... 3i) Haw. Sugar Co 35 Honokaa Sug. Co. .. 5 Honomu Sag. Co .... Hutchinson S. Plan. Co. . .... Kahuku Plan. Co Kekaha Sugar Co. L" l o f 18 . nuiud ougar to McHryde Sue. Co.. Ltd. 4'i Oahu Sugar Co 17 IS 3 31 18 Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd 4 Onomea Sugar Co Paauhau Plan. Co.. Pacific Sugar Mill Pala Plan. Co Pekcekeo Sugar Co. . . . Plcncer Mill Co Walalua Agri. Co 97 10ft Wailuku Sugar Co Waimanalo Sug. Co Walmea Sugar Mill Co... MISCELLANEOUS. Haiku F. & P. Co, Pfd , Haiku Ft.&PkK. Co.. Com. Haw. Electric Co ' Haw. Irr. Co., Ltd Haw. Pineapple Co. ... t 33 1 18U 103 105 if 128 34 Vi Hilo R. R. Co. Pfd... Hilo Ry. Co.. Com 2 19 Hono. B. & M. Co.. Ltd. Hon. Gaa Co. Pfd Hon. Gas Co. Com... Hono.: R. T. & . r.n Inter-Ialand S. Nav. Co.. Mutual Telephone Co. ... 13 Oahu Ry. & Lanl Co. . . . 130 13 20 rahane Rubber Co . Tanjong Olok Rubber Co. BONDS. Hamakua Dltrh Pn c I H. C 4 8. Co. Ba " Hawaiian Irr. Co. 6s... Haw. Ter. 4a, Ref. 1905.. Haw. Ter. B. Pnh imn Haw. Ter. Pub. Imp. 4a.. Haw.-Ter. 4a. ....... .. Haw. Ter.3Ui. Hilo -R.R.Co. 6s Issue'01 Hilo R.R.Co. R&E.Con 6s Honokaa Sue. a. 82 70 Hon. Gaa Co. Ltd 5s..".'! Hon. R. T. & Lv Co :a 63 Kauai.Ry. Co. a......." Kohala Ditch Co 100 a 93 wcuryde Sugar Co., 5a... - . . Mutual TeL 6s ........ Natomas Con. g 101 Oahu Ry. & Land Co. 5s 100 " 101 Oahu Sugar Co. 6a....... .... ... Olaa Sugar Co. fis - Paciflo Guaao & F. Co. 6s lOlU ' Pacific Sugar Mill Co. 6s i.!! " San Carlo Mm r e. mn Waialua Agri, Co. 5s ..... 98 - . Sales: ' Between -. Rnort. ie tw, 10, 45, 5, 200. 20. 90. 100 20n 9nn Ulan 4: 200. 50. 550 3ftft inn on r J-aa 4 ; 10 I5' 20 Waialua l- V ' ' vaiaiua 97; la. 5, 5,- 93, 20. 30, 15 Oahu Sug. Co lift 2j, 10, 10 O. IL & L. Co. ISO; 10, 25-McBryde 5; $1000, Olaa s 70: $1000 0. tt. & L. 5s 101; , $1000 Olaa 6a ' v -.. : . a ; Session Sales100 SO no v:9e Olaa 4U: 45. 23. 20. is. K'nlLnL. Co. 17; 23 50. Ohia 5 h Sug. Co 17 Y 5 ' August . . wk.i,wv. .. ' 0. Alexander & Dald win, .50: Haw o-. .J)0r Haw. Elec trie, .75. Latest SUQar auAtatinn I octa..orsi20.00per ton. - I 6cts 9s IIahm. m 1 i. nCnry WaternOUSe TrUSt CO- .'. 'Taj. Iv- r- .7.- : .-' ':. " k" I Lilu. ' . ' " . Sug ; Beets Oambera Honolulu itoek and 8ondlbe a Prolonged stay of that vessel at Exchanflt FOilT AND MERCHANT STREETS J. r. M Unu AN UU., LTD. - 8TOCU BROKERS Information Furnished and Loans Made. MERCHANT STREET STAR SLOG. I j wiynm 104V ? . LOCAL NQTirr to .. . o-.Tr' muiiutiu MARINERS. . Ilawiiiian tinN,- . i r V nlkSkM If a?,uK2' wmbrrSr cabl - . 1 - I TorkS .Jr,q!"". eiKht-mnb . fni w...r.....': on the retired iit Kam.i v . on the retired list heonn.A I J! v ' uisaoiMiy. SITUATION WANTED. Teacher would like position in private lamuy; references and credentials Address box 74, this office. - . 5958-3t . I FOR SALE, LEASE OR RENT. 9-rcom house with servants quarters. 1901 S. King st, right on 3 car lines. ' C. Akaha, 6 Beretahla st. ' 5933-12t . FURNISHED COTTAGE. Furnished cottage and light house keeping rooms; all conveniences; electric lights; bath, running war ter;. short distaneo. from nostofflca Moderate. Canxel Place, Fort and Vineyard. TeL 154L UghthcuseV- uuuuissioner or and charged witn $2741.71, and asks the private schocl to be opened in Wal- . rr tDt" that the same be examined and ap-,1"1'" !" Reotember, is nayinc a week's - Insnertr 'ith i7w5 JS . proved, and that a final order be. vls t the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. inspector, 1 9th Ughthouse Dist mde of . Distribulion of the remain-'- Andern of Nahiku, She will re- , - : i : " WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT BY EL V. Director Federal 224 The territorial marketing dlTiaion under the direction of the U. S. 32Vi 37 U. perfment station ia at the service all citizens of the territory. Any produce, which farmers may send the marketing division Is sold at 17Vi best obtainable price and for cash. .ommlssion is chareed Tt f. . ia UXMUI. utfsiraDie inat rarmers nntir th mar. keting division what and how much produce they have for sa'e and about when It will b shipping mark of the division is U. S. E. S. Letters address. Honolulu. P. O. box 753. Office. Oueen and Vn. uanu streets. Telephone 1840 tTTl iro- e afldress USEX. Fresh ch'ckm p , -a- auck eggs. doz.. .40- bna 11. - nr- . .v...., moil rcosters, lb.. .30: broilers' lb" turkeys, lb.. .33; ducks. Muscovv lb. .io; ducks, Hawaiian, doz.. S.V60 LIVE STOCK. Live weight Hogs. 100 to 130 lbs., lb.. .13; hogs. l.,o lbs. and over, lb. 12 Dressed weight Pork. lb.. .I7i to 19; mutton, lb., .09 to .lim beef," lb, .08 to .10, POTATOES. Irish, per cwt.. $1.60; sweet, red. DAILY REMINDERS Round the island In auto Lewis Stablea. Phone 2141. Uaement. 4- j . sow resoive: Keep a box of Shac nt hand always. It surely cures ! headaches. advertisement. TENDERS WILL BE RECElVD FOR MANY NEW SCHOOL HOUSES Another step toward earning out the recently-adopted plan of the local department of public instruction re garding the erection of smaller school buildings particularly adapted tn this climate, will be taken at noon, August ! "J? 1 f v the Nah,ku 31. when bids will be received at thelfe8lon there has. been an unu8uy u . -ii . . . . . ! heaVV amount nt rin anrf nn. roai. u-e ui lue cny ana cauniy cierx. jmc - Intyre building, for constructing in dif ferent sectiODs of Oahu 25 buildings of the open-aJrt bungalow type. Buildings of this type var& being use on the main land with.much success and, when re cently put,- to the test locally, were found highly adaptable. beaied tenders will be received for I fnmlBhinr nil. mBfi9i tools and hkn. . . of school buildings .in the following incest wa, mree; waipanu, tnree; All three; 4 Waialua, four; Kahuku, two,- Wahlwi. one; Waimanalo, one; Manoa, ; t' .Kalihi-waena, two, and KamoUlilL; tour. , : V Tenders ' for the construction of a Portion of Jhe foregoing buildings are w- be opened shortly, and work com- mcn?ed--The rest probably will be I opened sometime in January, 1915, hc- I cording to "a statement given out this 1 mornme dv tne aenartment or nubile instruction. . The governor says that his annual nhut. t. , 1. by September 15. may be completed within ftnnthcr wwk He han finished the bulk of the arduous task, though the final., touches are numerous enough to keeD him working over time the next few days. r Several first-class "passengers from Mexico. Central nd South America. en route, to the coast or Asia in tne Toyo Kisen Kaisha liner Seiyo Maru, nave oc given the opportunity of remaining nshnrp dtirlne what nav en route , to the coast of Asia in the Adjournment cf Congress is predict- ed for September 1. NEW TODAY . . V- TUP rT'O-TTfT' PntTDT P1DQT Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro- bate At Chambers, No. 4637. in tne win be used next Saturday ni?ht All Matter of the Estate of Charlotte C Maul is interested in the b'g social Von Hasslocher, deceased. .jevent. as the money derived from the 1 On Reading and Filing the Petition occasion will b devoted to tnts and and accounts of M. P. Robinson, ad- single room ccttages at the Sanatori- mmistratcr of the esUte ot Charlotte . um. . It;, von Hasslocher, deceased, wherein fuiriiinTiA. ooiro tn rA 9 nvon ik'i i.i Ued nd dhicharg petitioner ul "tlea from all further respoaslt.il. ity Jierera: u ia OrdrAd tht PHdv the 9ri 1 dav nf Ortnher A T. 1914 at in o'clock A. M., before the Judge pre-. ! .4 J. . ri . v. : ji his courtroom in Honolulu be and the same hereby Is apoointed the time and place, for hearing said Petition and Accounts, and. that all persons nter- ested may then r.nd there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the ' SSi!f!5S b.e 8nd m!;'l tied to the said property. l Dated the 2ls? day of ArRt 1f)14 " By the Court: , o (SEAL) rwv -..i; ... . T..J:.t., vicim.iviIVUll VUUU. fllil JUUICiai Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. I Frear, Prosser. Anderson & Marx, ' attorneys for petitioner. r.o-jc oo o . -tvtL The Gigantic Slaughter Sale It still on at 152 "llotet. Street M. R. BEN N fnir rinrwvtv i h a ncironn a thAFAtn on. IU1 11 UJi ItfUIirHUMV IIKZI V K K WILCOX Experiment Station Ptt't fl on-n... ...It . . et - v ., ti..i, BHiri.-jriiiin, ri I.U sweet, white, cU $1.J'i. ONIONS. New Bermudas, lb., .n;. VEGETABLES. of to eans. string, lb., u?t; beans, lima tha in pod. lb.. .03: 1k-?(s. doz. bunrh. So j .3i; cabbage, lb.. m2 to .0.1; oarnMs. I '"- irn. sPf, - irmo, nnun mrrs. nnr "i , I wa VI -:t I ... greenieas. lb., .or,; uppers, bell. lb. "i 10 peppers. Chile, lb, .04; pumpkin, lb., .on;; rhubarb, lb. .(;; tcinatoos, lb.. .02 to .01; turnips, whit?. 10.. FRESH FRUIT. r- . . uum II, Ill .1", bananas, cooking, bunrh. .75 to $1; ninanat rninnaa iim,.h o,, ... 1,1. ,,n 'M - Rras. Isabella, lb.. .08; t ..... v. ... an. ii'if, iu .u; pine mM T A V fiVI n 1 AA C A .1 apples, doz.. .60. BEANS. Dried Red kidneys. .01; calico. .01; smau wnites. .o.. GRAIN. l orn, small yellow, ton. $3S.oo to lio.oo; corn, large. $33.00 to $30.00. MISCELLANEOOUS. Charcoal, bag. .3.',; hides, wet-salted AO. I. Ib.. .14 K: Vn n lh kips. Ib., .144: sheep skins, each. to ,u; goat skins, each, .10 to .20. MAUI IS URGE Spoeliil Stiir-nullftin Corr-Hpinlnc' 1 WAILUKU. Maul. Aue. 20. Kuahl kamaainas report-that the season has been the worst for mud and bad roads In 14 years. Never has it rained so hard and so incessantly in that por tion of Maul for many years. In fact. all Maui has had a most abundant rain fall during the last four months. Three ana a quarter inches fell one morning recently in Kula at Erehwon. It is reported that at Hana and the Nahlku 'j T T -" dent 1 of Aahiku recently said: "We have had only five pleasant days la the last five months." The trouble, at Kuahi is a serious one. Pines are rotting on the ground because the mud is too deep to get a cart through. In some places th hnhn strike the top of the ruts and in other places-men on horseback can hardiv get along, and often have spent nearly an hour getting over one mile of mad a lew days ago Worth O. Aiken, who had a big crop of pines come off, had to ship from his place around to Paia aepot and. then by train to the can hery a'distanceUen times that of the trip between the fleWandT the Haiku ruit and Packing Co. .-. A most interestine rhinUt ing of the Central Maul ministers was neid tolay at the Kahulul iTninn church. Rev. A. C. Bowdish, chairman or the committee on these meetings. , was in charge and led the devotional service. Rev. R. B. Dodge outlined j ine dock cr uaiatians. Rev. Howard Harris.' pastor of the K&hulni TTnion church then gave the third of a series or lectures upon what a minister should be and ffchat he should do. Rev. C. G. Burnham of Thnina rAviawwt J large number of sermon topics from the book cr Galatlans while Rev. .Mr. Bowdish gave the fourth lecture upon the early church history as found In tne D00K cr Acta and other New Testa ment passages.- , V Following the meeting a delicious luncnecn was served at the parsonage Dy tne ladies or the Kahulul church. The next meetinsr of th minfstom twill be combined with the semi-annual I association meeting to be held in Sep- tember, p.obably at the Kaahuraanau church. The "poverty" dance to be elvn at Puunene next Saturday evening will be one of the big. social events of the year. The out-of-door pavilion which .u v. vv i . I'w 1 imfi 1 n nit 11 .1. il. t r . Home festival, is stUl standing and .w i s miia. .. tk II isipr. inn iparnor m Mise Met and Mln Meneler. sis ters r,f Mrs. W. Leslie We. are lis't- ne n a aUuku. They will remain n aays iwiw mi tnen return to their work as teachers cn Kauai. ?"nnyA,"f ,ernocn ber!' ,,l,e rjT S""? 7!? ? tt rUha "in'ndsCme sum of mon y reanzeo. 2- - - ' RFAL FSTATETRAVSACTlOS I . . : . E"red of . Record August 20, 1914. 3 rami iwiii iw.dw .in. iu ".ov p. m. jHHgh Howell to First Natl Bank rM. mon . . ort . waiiuau 1; m r, a . ... Z (w W1 lo tiaenae n Vu e! .i "ttiv c" V ViA' " ' Samuel S OrtlL 2--Sf2S'v' bamuel K On eh a to Manuel K D L fook Tr .""'AM' William R Castre & wt to Terri tory of Hawaii ... . . ;;,.'v . . . D Entered of Record ; August ' 21, 1914, - From 8:30 a., m. to' 10: 30 a. m. Frank Comes to Marta Comes. Mele Kaulani ct al to Tcng Coney ............ ... . . . . ... Agrmt Mrs. .Mary K Mikalemi to Y Ahln. D Sal Vet. For Livestock of All Kinds. CLUB STABLES LIMITED. Agents Telephone 11C9 - , iimj MUSIC FOR MAXIXE, TANGO, HESITATION, and other modern dances is best on Victor Records. These Records can be heard at the BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd. ALL BOYS SUITS REDUCED. A chance to buy school clothing very cheaply. IDEAL CLOTHING CO, LTD Hotel St, opp. Manhattan Rest. IF YOU ARE COURTING Flowers are indispensible, you know. Mrs. E. M. Taylor, Florist, Hotel St, opp. Young Cafe PURE ICE CREAM RAWLEY'S Fort nr. Beretania Phone 4225 Extra Large Chiffoniers BAILEY'S FURNITURE STORE Alakea SL, near King. Don't M lea This Chance. CROWN BICYCLES ONLY $30. - r HONOLULU CYCLERY CO. 180 South King St For the Latest 8ty! Hata for Ladies and Gentlemen Come and 8e Ua, K. UYEDA . 102S Nuuanu SL Finest Meats ; Lowest Prices ; "2 Auto Delivery C. Y, HOP WO MEAT MARKET .Opposite FishmarkeL 8PECIAL SALE Glasa Linen and Pongeo Waist V. Patterns , . YEE CHAN Si CO. Cor. King and Bethel Sts. M'CHESNEY COFFEE CO. COFFEE ROASTERS. Dealers In Old Kona Coffee MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU H. HACKFELD & CO. Limited. . : " - Sugar Factors, Importers, and Commission Merchants. HONOLULU. FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND 14 ICE CREAM, TRYV THE HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. Hotel and Bethel Streets HIRE'S PINEAPPLE DISTILLED WATER CONSOLIDATED SODA , ;WA- . WATER WORKS CO LTD. 601 Fort SL Phoae 2171 . NO WATER-LOGGED MEAT We Sell Island Product Only Metropolitan Meat Market Phone 3445 Wrenches OF ALL KINDS Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. King St. Auto Stand LATEST CAS. PHONE 4700 Sam McMillan, Sam Peters Antone Rodrigues DO IT ELECTRICALLY Hawaiian Electric Co. Masonic Tempi Vethlf Calendar MONDAY lahl Chapter. O. K. S.; Stat ed; 7:30 P. M. TUESDAY: Honolulu Chaflcr No. 1. R. A. M.; Stated, and P. M. and M. i:. Degree; T:3i P. M. FRIDAY SATURDAY tCHOFIELD LODGE THURSDAY. Schofield LHlge, Sihofirld Barracks. Aug. 20, work in 2d degree. SATURDAY. Schofield Lodge, SchoHeld Barracks, Aug. 22, work in 1st and 3d degrees. All visiting membert of tha order are cordially invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MOD. ERN ORDER OF PHOENIX. Will meet It th hnmm - mvii, VUI Ul I Beretania. - and Port Thursday evening at 7:30 q'clock. u. i-.JTilEAD Lador. J. W. LLOYD. Secretary. HONOLULU LODGE, 610, B. P. O. E Honolulu Lodge No. 616. R P. O. Klka. meets in their ball, on King St, near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Brothers are cordially invited tr attend. f? L. ANDREWS, E.R, H. DUNSHEE. Sec Wm. MeKINLEY LODGE, No. 2. K. of P. Meets every 1st and 3d Tues day evening at 7:30 o'clock ia K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visltlns? brothr cordially invited to attend. W. V. KOLB, C C L. B. REEVES. K. R, 8. BETHEL 8T. AUTO 8TAND 4004 CHEAP RATES PONGEE SUITS DRY-CLEANED FRENCH LAUNDRY Phono 1431 Miss Power has returned HEYWOOD SHOES WEAR" And wear longer than you as pect for $4.50 and $5. ; MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO. Umlttd. Silva's Toggery, Umlttd, "THE STORE FOR GOOD .CLOTHES" Elks' Building . King Straat tt Basketry 500 Specimens HAWAII A. SOUTH SEAS. CURIO CO. Young Building LUSCIOUS QUENCHING ZEM-Z HONOLULU SODA WATER Co. Only 2 gears In mesh In the simple F R IS B IE M O T OR I to 75 h.p. Ironclad guarantee HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co. MONUMENTS and all kinds of marble work cleaned and repaired by expert workmen at reasonable prices, Call for Zimmerman at J. C. AXTELL'S Alakea Street HONOLULU CITY TAXI STAND PHONE 343S STAu.nmxTiv gives von TODAY'S TODAY Phone EM ID 4 i 1 , V