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t t .. ' - rr r s tx;&' i :- v t ' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TIintSIUY, DKOEMHKU :L 1D14. W1 w- i You If Not, See Castle & Cooke, Ltd. : iFire, Life, Marine, Automobile-and If - Accident Insurance Agents m Make-1915 Safer by I: , t Savin V'i r- r" BANK OP HAWAII, 7 '.. Zitiizr.C: Co. (Limited) . ;;.;f. SUGAR FACTORS, CCV.MICStON V. MERCHANTS, CHIFPINQ and' INSUR- v AN ZZ AGENTS. C7T ST HONOLULU. T, , ; ,:; - . -. -. --,y .r t cf. Office ft end " Directors r r. EISHQP.V..Y. .President II. ;R0D2;rTSON A; l 5 . .Vice-President tnd Maiaagef ' lVCRS...C.;;;.SecreUrj A. It. RO SS . I J .Treasurer ; R, CARTER. . ."..Director It. COOKE . . i . . i . .Director , R.' CALT.;.V.;v.; .Director A. COOKE. . . . . ; ; . Director '' GARTLEV. . , .7. Director : G. MAY. . 'i . I .Auditor : CF ""OP "mm LIMITED uet IL N. A ' C Letters t Credit and TraTelers' Cbeclcs -v Halle1 throughout; the world.' - . --'. . -J'-' - - - ..2 Irczi'crs THE '. r. i::inr.r.:D.to.: ; cimiteo Ccneral Agent for Hawaii: , At!is Assurance- Company o Lcndsn, New York. Under writers ..'Asrtcy; Providence . Vthir.;ton Insurance Co ;. floor Stansenwald Building; TML YOKOHAMA SPECIE , V - BANK, LIMITED. . v. ... - 1V 7en: : ; : :tal ruhscrlhed.;'.,48,c:o00; : pai'l up. so.000,000 rve Xnndv.;.;...ja.230,000 3, AW0K1, Local Manager Insured Alexander & Limited. Sugar Factort Commission UerchanU end Insurance Agents Aegnts for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. Haikn Sugar Company Paia Plantation. " 1 .Maul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar ; Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. McBryde Sugar Co,' tt Kahulul Railroad Company. Kauai Railway Company. . Kaqai Fruit & Land Co., Ltd Honoliia Ranch. ; " Bishop' &. Co. V "7 BANKERS ,' -. ;Pay.' 4; yearly on Savings Da ?. pcaita, compounded 'twice , : .' v Annually. - '.L'-K r:::. MEAT MARKET. & GROCERY Piione 3451 C Q. YEE HOP A CO. ; . ' FOH ; SALE 1300 Corner 4th and Palolo arew 50 - xlOuV-'.v- K v.: -r-f ?; $230 Lot fcOxlOOV 4th Ave, V. -'. $375-rLot 50x150, Palolo Ave. ' All: these lota are only one block from ; 'VVaialae . carllne. . - i -'-s:ii - Terms are $25 dawn and $10 per mo. Here, la your chance. ; P. B. Cr DTDAUCH Waity PMrr . M st in fti AGEHTS WAKTEP; HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII Ltd, O'Nell BIdg4 96 King St, corner Port St ; Telephone - 3529 - FOEEEITX m- Fine 2-bedroom cottage In town; gas; Screened; 'lectricltyi $22. v v ;. New; modern 3-bedroom horse; $270. bedroom - house ; gas, " electricity; screened; . $25 -r ''y - H. Sctrac!:, ; i - Rea Estate, ;- ' S42 Kaahumanu SL Telephone 3S33 I v F0R !-- REN If , VJWWf 1 . .MUBD VW.l KalmukL ; 3d Ave. Kahala ;.....Vi...v... - Ala Moana Road Puunu! : t Kalia Road.'rWaikiki -1704 Anapunl St . if . ; Kails : Road, large house Baldwin 111!. i: i - Cottage Walk. School St.. 14.4 Plikol ,S, Cottage F.. . Gandall.Lane, Cottage K 1 I 1 i I uandaii . La)it .. . i., . , : ra -BeretatfU St ... .... Honolulu Stock Exchangs Thurday. December 31. MERCANTILE. Alexander Bald in, Ltd C. Brewer Co SUGAR, Ewa Plan. Co Bid. Asked. 19:, 220 2",0 359 21 22 125 1274 K.0 225 31 Vi 32 32 S3 3 4 140 ID 15 14 16 120 150 75 130 5V4 5H, 18 19 4"4 5 28 30 10 16 30 75 124 130 100 190 23 23 110 140 150 225 145 18 20 16v .... 34i 35 2 13A 14 Haiku Sugar Co Haw.'Agri. Co Haw. C. & Sug. Co Haw." Sugar Co. Monokaa Sugar Co Honomu Sugar Co Hutchinson S. Plan. Co... Kahuku Plan. Co Kekataa Sugar Co . . Koloa Sugar Co McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. Oahti Sugar Co Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd Onomea Sugar Co Paauhau Sug. Plan. Co... Pacific Sugar MCI Paia Plan. Co Pepeekeo Sugar-Co Pioneer Mill Co Wailuku Sugar Co 110 Walmanalo Sugar Co Waimanalo Sugar Co. ... VVaimea Sugar Mill Co.. MISCELLAKEOIT8. Haiku F. tc P. Co.. Pfd... Haiku V. & P. Co., Com. Haw. Electric Co Haw. Irr. Co.. Ltd Haw. Pineapple Co Hllo R. R. Co.. Pfd Hilo.Ry. Co.. Coin Hon. B. & M. Co.. Ltd.. . Hon. Gas Co., Pfd Hon. Gas Co., Com Hon. R. T. t: L. Co.... I.-I. S. Nav. Co 100 100 140 140 17Vi 129 9 18 1 Art ' 181 145 18 131 11 21 j Mutual Tel. Co iOahu Ry. & Land Co.... Pahang Rubber Co , Tanjong Olok Rubber Co. BONDS. ! Hamakua Ditch Co. 6s. . . Haw. C. & Sug. Co. r,s... Haw. Irr. Co. 6s ,Haw. Ter. 4s, Ref. 1905.. I Haw. Ter. 6s, Pub. Imp.. Haw, Ter. Pub. Imp. 4s.. Haw. Ter. 4s Haw. Ter. 3s.. HUo R.R.CO. Cs is. '01.. ' HUo , R.R.CO. :R.&E.Con.6s Honokaa Sug. Co. fig.. , Hon Gas Co., Ltd. 5s... 100 70 52 4 S2V& 60 to 99 100 Hon. R. T. & Lv Co. 6s.. Kauai Ry. Co. 6s.. Kchala Ditch Co. 6s. McBryde Sugar Co. 5s. . . . Mutual TeL 6s Natomas Con. Ca ....... . Oahu Ry. Land Co. 5s Oahn Sugar Co. 6s Olaa Sugar Co. 6s 103 90 102 103 102 65 100 95 104 75'-; Pacific G..& P. Co. 6s... 101 ;02 Pacific Sigar Mill Co. 6s 70. 83 : Pioneer Mill Co. 5s mo San Carlos Mill. Co. 6s.. 100 j Waialua AgrL i Co. 5a.., iqo . 102 ; ' Sales: Between Bcards-a, S. Oahu Sue. Co. 19: CO Olaa 5 : JoO.OOO Kohala Ditch 6s 91; $25,000 Hon. Gas 5s 99.; Session Sales 54 McBryde 5 V: 45 5 Olaa 5; 2, 2.5 pah u Sug. Co. 19. v DIVIDENDS. ,Ewa (40o. special.50: .Waimanalo AM ; special) 5.00J : Hoii. B. & M.! . W." S. N. Ca, .75; Kahuku. . Co. .20; ahuku. .10; Haw.' r? gulaf fcotbalLf;As qsual is pfd., 50: Hon.u1 atT Slarter admission: it & L. . 'Co, ?aJL ;!ThISN latest yentu; , Pine Co J!5;- Hon. Gas . (quar). 2.00; Mut TeL Co. (quar.), . -. ' Latest sugar quotation."' 96 degrees test 4.045 cents, or $80.90 per ton. V I 4.045cts Hcnryertiouss Tnist Co; 'A'l ;'t i Ltd;, . .' :v.. : Members Honolulu 8tock and Bond ''":$ Exchange. ?-: Fort and Merchant Streets ' Telephone :120S. ; j. F.. MORGAN C0 LTD. V STOCK BROKERS t information Furnished and Loans 'f , Made. ' :.- s - Merchant Street Star Building !';-V: :- y-' ' Phone 1572 . ' - ? : W. - 6. "Jacjcson j one of the best known grain men in'lhe country and former president or the Chicago Board of Trade, died at uia home in Chica go. ' y.- . : . v David A, Sullivan, convict - banker, whose rides 'about the country result ed in the dismissal of Warden Mc- Cormick of Sing "Sing Priscn, New Tork, -; has suffefei a complete ner- vous collapse." " - : r V T-jFU R N I S HE D. " f- ; , I C -m fcV M , , . V.VT " . 2 bedrooms...... 20,00 4 bedrooms...'.' 75.00 3 bedrooms.;.. . . 15.00 4 bedroon, g...;.. 50.00 2 bod rooms . . . . '. 50.00 2 -bedrooms. , ... 40.03 . . , ...125.00 13.59 ... 14.00 ...20.00 ... SO.OO , 33 0 2 bedroom-) . 2 bedroom. . 2 bedrooms... 3 bedrooms. . 3 bclr.wma... sugar B'APMON 5IAWEIECTT0 CELEBRATES 25TH BIRTHDAY TODAY A quarter century of prosperous existence was rounded out today by tlae- Ewa Plantation Company. Twenty-five years ago tomorrow ground was broken for what was to be the most noted sugar producer in Hawaii The history of the Ewa company is the story of several years of bitter struggle for existence and two decades of rich harvest as a reward. For five years it did not pay a. cent in divi dends. Since then it has paid back its criminal capital many times over. For 10 years its crop has gone above the 3C,000-ton mark. i The company was originally capital ized at $750,000. Soon after it started , business in 1890 came the great panic of 1893. With the entire commercial j and financial world bowed under one of the greatest financial panics it has' had, the company struggled to keep go Ing. In 1895, when the clouds lifted and prices rose thinks began to look up and the next yeir the first divi dend, a large one of 30 per cent, was paid. Between 1895 and 189S the average price had risen from 3.27 cents to 3.62 I in the company's career and the be ginning of its success. Between 189 ana lswu n maae great sinaes, aiaea by a rise in price to .57 cents. It Increased its area under cultivation, enlarged its plant and improved its equipment The company is now free from deb:, all its outstanding debentures being wiped out. It has 7500 acres of cane land under le'se, and has 61 artesian wells and eight pumping stations wif4 a capacity of 91.000,0000 gallons a day. The company owns no land in fee simple. The banner year of the plantation in size of crop was in 1911, when it reach ed 34,850 tons. It was in this year also that sugar commanded the high est price since 1900. The biggest yield per acre was In 1909 when it averaged 9.07 tons. '. ' I Special StaiyulltmCorTvapondenel FORTHATTER; Dec. 31.-Muscer and Inspection took place this morn ing, orcsrnlfflttoM hemg inspwieil f-vr field -rquipment," and aitenyaras mus I tfred on; ther own" ptraos ) C IThfrctcceTr, football Jeam of , the de- partmenUhoapitai has arranged for a game of that variety for Sunday after nccn next at 2:30 on1 the ifort Shatter parade with the team of Healanis from the : city; .as opponents. The hospital team will' draw on the 2nd Infantry i-sdmeIddlUchal ' players ; tobake W thljjaayh contingent, The field i to ne usea is me cne lately u uss icr ror atniei- Vfli: be free venture, of the ncspiuu corps, in atnietics , is com- imeuaaojeana, snows- ina( me sporung hospital mow has 4 ; baseball team, a soccer' team and has entered a team in , tne seryice nasKetrjau league tnat 1 uas iU8w oe?en, formed among the play JL'jml era of fl garrisons of Honolulu. ...In accordance with established army custom, CcL and Mrs. ; . Francis H. Prehch have announced that they will be at home to the officers 'and ladles of Fort "Shaf ter on 'ew Year's' daj fibm'42; until 1. Later in the after noon the friends of General and Mrs. Carter among the post people will call ' at that commander's quarters in Hcnoluln to pay their respects to the department commander. . '- .. - 29" r. 25. ;CaptVand Mrs. Franklin P. Jackson from Schofi eld are expected at Fort Shatter this afterncon as guests of Major and Mrs. EL Y. Smith for over New YearX They will form part of the party, that will attend the govern or's reception and later take supper at. the Country Club. - a- c Lieut Edward . u Hoffman cf the Fort Shatter Noies ' I i 1 1 i 'i ' i i ' ' iV ' ' ,i i a I. 2nd has been absent for the past four Jnients on chick feed the series form days cn a fisMng trip ever on the east ' ing a chick feed calendar there is apt coast of Oabn under a leave granted him.by post headquarters. ni '. ; - ; - Part of the business' section of Pat chogue, L., I., was wiped out by fire at loss of $40.000 : ; FURNISHED COTTAGE. T" Furnished cottage and light houss- keeping rooms; all conveniences; electric lights; batn, running water; -short distance fro:-! postoffice. Mod- crate. Gantel place. Fort and Vlne- yard. Tel 154 f 399 tf - " 1 i 1 i r 1 1 iH BY AUTHORITY. YEAR'S HOLIDAY NOTICE NEW ; ' - - : DAY. t terested in the work, the lot turned - United States postoffice, Honolulu, over by Governor rrear as a public Hawaii. December 31, 1914. " ilark is now beta filled in and grass ' Friday.' January 1, 1915, being a le- ed over end water will be turned on. gal Jioliday. will be observed as such The Outdoor Circle is very grateful by' this office. There will be no de- for the help given it In carrying out Hvery4 by' carriers. , Collections will its plans for-a playground in this be made accord mg to the schedule of neighborhoods ' - holiday hours" on "Setter bcxes. ' Stamp, general delivery and parcel post windows open from a. m. to 9 a. m, - : j General delivery and carrier win dows open for one. hour after arrival,; of. S. S: Nippon Manx from San Fran- clsco,, for ' deliver nrpU maiL AMllS At the caucus of the incoming may or and board of supervisors last night strong opposition ' developed to the proposal of the chairman of the road committee that the permanent im provement fund be drawn upon for read construction least of all for work net done under engineering spec ifications. Four of the members in sisted cn immediate utilization of the district improvement tax laws for Honolulu street paving, and "net cne dollar" for new belt road work unless it be permanent construction. Horns were locked until 11 o'clock, when adjournment was taken without action on road items, until Saturday afternoon. Replying to Hollinger, who urged that appofntlve officers should retire with the old board. Mayor-elect Lane - 1 declared that the decision had been , taken to make no changes before Feb- iuary 1, and that the exercise of his "prerogative' in that regard could not be shaken. 'LUGKY' HER Fifteen, fortumte would-be home steaders who drew the 'lowest num hers at the land commissioner's office Monday for lots on windward Oahu made their selections today, taking up the 23 parcels of land given by the territory. Among the fortunate ones is Circuit Judge Thomas B. Stuart who drew number 13 and now be comes one of Hawaii's homesteaders. Though most .of the lucky ones took i wo toes apiece .juage siuari was con tent with one. . -The lots chosen -were as follows: C Christiansen, No. 19 and 20; Stephen G. Achong- Na 21; Mrs. J. J. Smiddy, Ncs. 25 and 26; James Awaawaa, Nos. 30 and 31; Lulu Koelling. Nos. 23 and 24 ; Malie K. Tr?sk, Nos. 27 and 28 : Carleton Miller, No. 29 ; . Kiichi Sugl hara. No. 22; William C.1 Moore, Nos. 32 and 33 ; Orlando K. Auld, Nos. 43 and 44; John W. Wilson, Nos. 41 and 42 ; Thos. r B. Stuart No 34i.' Mary Aheong, , No,45, and Harry J. Greg- - it' ; . The New Year's day dinner to be served, at Waikiki Inn' tomorrow nigh promises 'to surpass, anything that is at kU ordinary. ' The menu how being prepared offers some' Very ' appetizing dishes and should prove a reaf treat. Phone lh your reservations early. It'll be a jolly gathering Adv. f : DAILY REMINDERS Round the Island f In r auto $3.00. Lewis Stables." Phone 2141.- Adv. B. P. EHLERS & Co, wiU be closed all day New Year day, January 1, 1915. Adv. c " Legacies and windfalls sometimes rcnr nut tne safest extra money is that which you save- In the 'Bank of i Hawaii, and add to regularly. '' ' J - If all local poultry reisers will care-: i a iiti t i cau auu ja coci c tuc os sa vi California Peed - Company : ad vertise- fullv to be more prout in te pouKry busi ness for the ones who do the work.' A good resolver Keep a box of Shac at hand always. It surely cures headaches. advertisement. OUTDOOR CIRCLE IS GRATEFUL FOR HELP ON MEW PLAYGROUND Interest taken by Supervisor Lester Petrie and Jailer Julius Asch in car rying out beauty plans for the new playground at Fort and School streets lies won the heartiest commendation of the members of the Outdoor Cir- jcle. Mrs. F. J. Lowrej Viid this (morning: "Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Petrie and Mr. Asch. who are very much in- jISth l V . .. son, Nos. 46 and 47: ,: . iSIISt A 1150 Cues of ASC0 HONEY On Account of Whom It May Concern I havt received instructions to tell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, cor. Fort and Queen Sts opp, H. Hackfefd CbmpanyHo1uto,-T,'tH on Staurday, December 12th, at 12 o'clock Noon, the following designated cases of Honty, for sale on account of whom it may concern: 305 CASES WATERWHITE HON EY. 525 CASES Or WHITE HONEY. 240 CASES LIGHT AMBER HON EY. 80 CASES AMBER HONEY. TWO CASES OF SAMPLES OF THE DIFFERENT GRADES WILL BE ON VIEW AT MY SALESROOM I WILL SELL IN LOTS OF 50 CASES OR MORE OF EACH GRADE TERMS CASH ON THE FALL OF THE HAMMER. DELIVERY TO BE TAKEN WITH IN 48 HOURS AFTER THE SALE. O. A. STEVEN, Auctioneer. The sale of the .above Honey is postponed until Saturday. January 2. 1915, at the same hour and place of saie. THE vsa HAMIk-tOUNB Co; ' LTD HonolulOL AgenU ISLAND MEATS FISH POULTRY Metropolitan7 Meat Market Phone 3445 H. HACKFELD 6 CO. :7. Limited. ' Sugar Factors, Importtrs, ins! Commission ' Merchantsv ' v ! HONOLULU. i - OAHU ice cor r -V-r GREAT VALUES FOR f r. r- $22L50 -.""v IN ADLER-ROCHESTER '-; SUITS :' . IDEAL CLOTHING CO, LTD. v- HONOLULU MUSIC CO. Everything Musical Fort, next to the Clarfon FreshPaiiy Sweet ? Shpn ( HAVE YOU HAD YOUR FEET "FOOTOGRAPHED YET? REGAL BOOT SHOP Fort and Hotel Streets PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. Consulting, Designing and Con structing Engineers.' Bridges, -Buildings, Concrete Strut .ores. Steel Structures. Sanitary 8ys ms. Reports and Estimates on Pro lecta. Phone 1045 ; f FICTION AT ARLEIGH'S r i y i i, S. & W. GRAPE JUICE HENRY MAY & CO., Phone ,127tV LTD. ucboiidale! - v- - J NOW PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR I ce Sherbets f ' r FOR :New i Honolulu Dairymen's Association , Phon 1542, i ; i Eyes Examined S ieci Factory on the Premises. ; . A. N. Sanford OPTICIAN ? t ; . "V Boston Building , ; .Fort Street 1 :-'-'' Over May & ' Coi: ' . r Suggett'ons and designs for RE-CETTING and REMODEL i CINQ OLD JEWELRY, v ; -'' - ;' ' V : ' Gold tnd Platinum Settinst- -WALL A DOUGHERTY MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO LtD. Vr'-V'wOHCWWtU T. H S. H.' BURNETTE . .. Jommlsslonar of Deeds for CiHfcrr.Ia end. New York;. NOTARY, PUCLIC; Drsws 'Mortgaaei,"' Deeds, C'Ws ef Ultv Leases, Wins, ate. "Attorney for hs District Cfturs-7--l5RCliArlT ITREET, .HONOLULU, Phone IF V6u WISH.TO ; ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS , ; ' 4ayirker,at 'Aiiy ;Tims Call ea ci ; AO E N CY . 124 Sansome Street - ? San ; Francises HONOLULU DRY GOODS CO. I HAND TWO WEEKS:" BALE NOV . .oh--. v r ;. . V-" a Hotsl St. f rOpp. EIJou Theatr , f THE HUB ; , - Hotel Street ''. .'." ' ' V- " of all kinds done at ELECTRO . PLATING WORKS, SID Alakca Street Phone 4443 .. ' --.-- DRY GOODS Fert St R. J. BLAKE ' f Manufacturers' Agent i Over, Hill's Curio Store, Bishop and King Sts. ; :,J Phone 2443. - t ; : PICTURE FRAMING V t ' done cheaply yet "good at jidttoLuw pictureframI Bethel, near Hotel ' VIEfiNA BAICERY I - o - ri- L- f AND : v l ii 1 I.Xl.lll.1,!.. 'T II, g CO Suppl '-r: . 1123 Fcrt tt.