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HONOLULU STAR-fiULLETIX, .-SATURDAY. JANUARY 2r 1915.
FIVE u -r EaUtIUb4 1 7 SO Walter Baker & Co.'s CHOCOLATES and. COCOAS Fur eatln&i drinking and cooking Pure, Delicious, Nutritious . Rcawtcrwl U. 8. Fttcnt Offlc Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins Baker's Chocolate (unsweet . ened), 1-2 lb. cakes German's Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb. cakes - for Stum i eadibft Groccn Jo Honolulu Waller Baker & Co. Ltd; DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A. 53 HIGHEST AWARDS OT EUROPE AHD AMERICA HOTEL SAN FRANCISCO cavicc, eoMronr. imtaetu.co cvt S'nc, aoetc trt. cien to TMC4TMC. carta mo it troott. HOTEL VAIMEA WAIMEA KAUAI NtVly fUnavatad Bant" Htttl :. ;.'v;- a Kauai. ; ' TOURIST TRADH I OLICXTMl COOO MEAL. 7 ' t - i'. ftatta fUtftorubf. C. W. SPITZ : :Preprlttr Try month attha beach U HI do yon food. " Una bathing toodmeala and comfcrtafcla a V oiaaodatlona at : WiHIti Beach, next lloasa '"r. KotaL . .'V Fori Ladlaa and Gantiamaiw ; Tlccntoa kotci ' -LUXURIOUS AND ...' ' COMFORTABLE . R.TR1CTLY FIRST-CLASS J 1C0RO0M8 50 BATHS Seaside Hotel "Tlrieaf dillai room la thi Tar' rltcry JaUyatardaj trtatat . 4.;H..HLRTXCHE Bantfc ; V HOTEL AUBREY - : "A Home Away from Hame'V v An Ideal Vacation Spot Fbone 772. ( ' . Ha aula, Oa A. ZUM STEIN. Prop. EAT NEW YEAR'S , DlMNER HALEIWA A REAL CHANGE OF CL1MATI can b had at the new boarilng . .. .. hotiae la T7AHIAWA nearly 1000 feet elevation, near depot grand scenery, fine bast fishing. ro particular N addreaa R. L. Kraaa. Wa klaw aT Phone 0393. : - . - . . SHOES " ,a r. MclNERNY SHOE STORE - -' Fort, above King St. Reliable Transfer Co. Phone 5319 Bethel St, bet. ' King and Hotel Sta. The t)u Pont Powder Works will build a plant at Glbstown, N. J.; to cost 460,000, to manufacture chemicals that "cannot now b obtained from Germany. - . '' 7 Awr M X 1 STEWART Hustace Villa OPEN HOUSE AT Y IS ENJOYED BV 600 OUESTSiTOTAL 1 5,000,000 Six hundred members and friends attended the New Year's open bouse at the Y. M. C. A. last evening and voted lit a great success. Kiffhteen athletes. 16 musicims and 1." commit teemen cooueratcd to make the ccca- sion one of the finest social affairs the automatic system. ever given by the Honolulu Y. M. C.l In spite of 1he heavy business, es- A I pecially on rush days like, that before The evening opened with a cafete- Christmas, there was little delay or ria dinner, during which the Y. M. C. confusion on the lines and the mam- A. orchestra, unde the leadership of Ss of the company say that the load Prof L. A de Grar-a. made a favorable could be doubled without testing the impression with a concert of 13 num-,'1 capacity. J Comparison is nftide with the old At 8 o'clock the basketball game between the All-Americans and All Nationals attracted a great crowd ;n the Gamss hall. Between halves an txhibitlcn cf tumbling and "gym" stunts under the leadership of Samuel W. Robley was given. An unfoitu nate accident occurred when-Robley broke his ankle after a difficult stunt. ne snowea great sameness. uoeer, To ajd in this It asks the eo-opera-by completing hU act with a broken tlrn of telephone users. Tatrons are ankle, nont of the spectators knowing requested in the case of anv difficul- of his accident, until the close "of the even;ng. The gymnasium concert at 9 o'clock again pleased thr large audience pre senL The Y. M. C. A. orchestra wpn the appreciation of the crowd in its tour varied numbers. Frank C Athrrton gave a u exhibi tion of club swinging which was hear tily applauded. The solos by Prof, de Graca. Miss Edith C. Gatfleld and L. G. French were well recelTed and encored. A banjo trio by.GP. Jopson, Waldo H. Heinrlchs and ll X. do Graca proved arL entertaining fpnture. liowling. billiards tnd refreshments in the lobby followed the concert and closed an enjoyable evening. HAHNISIC ' The Young People's League will, re peat the Hawaiian music concert at the Opera House tonight The first concert, given; last, Tuesday night, drew a large crowd and waa well re ceived.: The program Includes ancient meles played to the accompaniment of prImltlveTfltruments and several mo dern .songs. - rTv ' . . A feature for tonight will be the attendance of Queen Liliuokalani as an honored guest The queen is rep resented on thfe program by .several of her own compositions and because of this and her general interest in Ha waii native music has been induced to come. . SEASIDE HOTEL rThtswr trnt lJe the regular Saturday eXKQX&Sr. dance at the Seaside hotel thl3""eyenlng7 All welcome. Adv. Jewelry worth $20,000 was stolen from ; a Chicago jewelry vstore, , when the burglar Ho1 secretjLCode responded 'GyjK.' to the Inquiry of ,a burglar alarm agency." COIERTTONIGHT DANCE AT THE THIS EVENING, WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT BY A. T. LONGLEY " ' - -1 V r f ' - V ; Superintendent in Charge Week endiug December 31, 1911. . BUTTER. Small demand for Island fancy. Glenwood receipts light Good de manda for tub butter. - Fancy island, per lb, 50c; island tub, per lb., SOc : . . ; EGGS. ; Island eggs more plentiful; price dropping. Fresh island, per doz., 55c; duck eggs, per doz 25c. POULTRY. Demand gcod for fat chickens. Mus covy and Pekin ducks plentiful. Broil ers, 2 to 3 lbs., per lb., 40c; young roosters, per lb., 35c; hens, good con dition, per lb., 25c; turkeys, per lb., 25c; ducks, Muscovy, per lb.. 23c; ducks, Pekin, per lb.. 25c; geese, per lb 30c; tlucks, Hawaiian, doz. $6.25. VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE. Beans, string, green, per lb.. Sc to 3Vic; beans, string wax, per lb., Sc to 4c; beans. 'dry, Maui red, per cwt. i; calico, per cwt. $3 to $3.25; small whites, per cwt, $4.50; dried peas, per cwt, $4.50; beets, per doz. bunches, SOc; cabbage, per lb., tc to 4c; beans. Lima, in pod. per lb 34c to 4c; car rots, per doz. bunches, SOc; corn, sweet, per 100 ears. $2 to $2.50; ccrn. Hawaiian, small yellow, per ton, $3S to $40; corn, Hawaiian, large yellow. $3S; cucumbers, per doz., 25c to 35c; pea nuts, large, per lb.. 5c; small, per lb.. 54c; green peppers, hell, per lb., 4c; chile, per lb., 24c to 3c; potatoes, isl and Irish, per lb.. lVic; egg plant, per dcz., 15c; pumpkin, per lb., 114c; sweet potatoes, native varieties, per cwt (market overstocked), 85c to $1; taro, wet land variety, per cw t, $1.25; buu h, 1.V; tomatoes, per !., 3c to Vc; CALLSONTHONE II Fifteen million calls were handled on tlie wires of the Mutual Telephone Company. Ltd., in 1914. On the day before Christmas alone there, were C0.6OO connections. These facts show a fine achievement for the year by aays, wuen ueavy service lorueu & strain on telephone girls from which they did not recover for days. The fact thH on rush days calls are con centrated in a few hours of the morn ing and' afternoon caused an even more severe teal of operators' nerves. - Notwithstanding Its good record for 1914 the company is going ahead with plans for Improvement of the system. ty of any kind to call their trouble. S6 and report HILO TO INSTALL J. H. Brayton, past chancellor com mander of Maile lodge Nov 4, Knights of Pythfas, who has been in the city during Pst week, has .arranged with A. B. Angus, district deputy supreme chancellor, to personally install the K. of Pi officers for the year 1915 on Hawaii. Mr. Angus, accompanied by his family, will arrive in Hilo Januarj' 17 and will remain in the locality long enough to install the officers or the Hilo and Honokia lodges and get ac- , quainted with the personnel of the order pn Hawaii. From Hawaii Mr. Angus will go to Maui, where he will arrive In time to meet . the Knights of Pythias excursionists, from Ho nolulu.; , . : CHILDREN'S CIRCUS OF FIRST M. CHURCH PROVES BIG SUCCESS Commencing - with' a real parade, headed by: a squad of mounted police and a Chinese band, and concluding with a "regular" one-ring circus enter tainment a miniature "big-top" circus was staged at the R. H. Trent place on Alewa Heights . yesterday by - the children of the First Methodist Church Sunday school. With several hundred Children and adults in line, the parade started . up Wyllie street ' for the circus grounds, n the procession Were real cages en closing good imitations of lions, bears, 'monkeys and other jungle animals. . In the side shows were snake eat ers, snake charmers," sword swallow era, the fat girl, the bearded lady, the human skeleton and other good imita tions. John Martin acted as ringmas ter to perfection. Tee Yap, a local merchant donated a five-piece Chinese band and. sailors of the U. S. S. Alert gave their services in putting up the tents and "otherwise assisting the chil dren. ;v-" Junior lieutenants of the class of 1915 cannot hope to reach the grade of lieutenant in less than forty years under the present distribution of grades of line officers of the navy, in the opinion of Rear rAdmiral Blue, chief of the bureau of navigation. green peas, icr lb,, ?c to 10c. FRUITS. Alligator ppars, per doz., $1.50; ba- liauas, Chinese,. bunch, 25c to 50c; ba nanas, cooking, bunch, 7-"c to ; $1; breadfruit doz.. 40c to 60c; figs, per 100, 85c to $1; grapes. Isabella, per lb., 8c; oranges, Hawaiian, per 100, $1 to. $1.50; Times, per- 1Q (plentiful), 5fc to 85c; pineapples, per doz., 50c to 60c; strawberries, per lb. (scarce! 20c to 25c; watermelons ( none in market); pohas, per lb 10c; papains, per lb., 14c; roselle, per lb., lc. LIVESTOCK. Beef cattle and sheep ajre not bought ! &U live weights. They are taken by the meat companies, dressed and paid for by weight, dressed. Hogs, up to 150 lbs., per lb., 11c to 12c; hogs, 150 lbs. and over, 10c to 12c. HIOES, Wet Salted. There is good aemand for ..hides. Steers, No. 1. per lb.,. 14 4c: No. 2. per lb.. l4c; kips, per lb. -144c; sheep skins, each, 10c to 12c; goatskins, w hite, each, 10c to 20c, DRESSED MEATS. Beef, per lb., 11c to 12c; veal , per lb., 12c to 13c; mutton, per lb.. 11c to 1 12c; pork, per lb., lc to 18c. FEED. The following are quotations on feed f. o. b. Hcnolulu: Cornsmall yellow, per ton, $41 to $42; large yellow, per ton. $40; cracked, per ton. $41 to $42; barley, per ton. $32 to $33; bran, per,1 ton $32 to S3::: nats tnn S:G in HANDLED ANGUS TO GO TO .0 EP.0 FFCERS $37; wheat per ton. $48 to. $50; mid- -dliugg, per ton. $38 t6 $39; hay, wheat ler ton. $23 to $28; hay, alfalfa, per ton, $2:i; alfalfa meal, r ton $23. - TOE Honolulu's Best Real Estate Buy for the Man of ; ' Means Here you can Near carline lMig& Lots water. Three schools within walking distance. Electric Lights, Call at office While car to Houghtailing Road Motor busses oass tract cHAa M Uplift ;;;:?sAles:;;::ge MEW a Very F Begin right by paying no more rent to You can buy a large lot in gECTDOM and soon own Our Easy terms Investigate save money on the now Easy 1 and center of town. Plenty of Telephones and EUY Prices be hi are reasonaDie gher in thb and ride out in FOET ST. NEAR MERCHANT ST. rosperouis your own home make this possible Now! th property leaving more for home , selling iSLilpir Desired pleai bl machine or take King and walk up to at reeular intervals.. 5c HONE 2161 TEAM Landlords k I MM 1 ' J s'q. ft pure ill tract. 1 r Moderate Artesian surroundings TO Street TT 1 iiaiim fare in i ': I.- ( t til! a. fit