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HONOLULU STAIJ-BUTJjETItT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1916.
Carrying what I uadoultedlyl the
largest amount of treasure ever pass
ing through this port to the OHept
from ibe mainland, totaling 19,000QQ,
in gold, the T. K. K. liner Chlyo Maru
H In port today from San Francisco
and will resume her voyage to the
Orient at' 5:30 this afternoon; taking
mail.-'-"'"- ' "' ' '" "
Of the llneft huge mass of gold on
I . board the largest portion is going to
1 Yokohama batiks. This amounts to
17,001:825. to Shanghai banks
11,081,663 Is consigned' and -Hongkong
- financial 1 Institutions ' will
receive $353,000. The balance is going
'to banks in Kobe, Manila and Slnga
- z pore. ,
To Honolulu the big liner brought
11 stopover passengers'. Through pas
sengers are 177 flrtj-cabln, 82 second
and 164 steerage, making 423 passen
gers the total through' number on
board.- From here thetChlyd Is taking
30 first-cabin and 250, steerage nas-r-
eengers. .- ,.. - -
V i .TheJ. Chlyo has a new purser this
-".-trlpr perii JTV-Wheeler,? who fs
taking Ibe place of, V, L. .Chapman,
who is on . his weddlng'trio. .CauL
f Ernest Bent is r commander of the
A fjpe voyage from ; San Frapdsco
was reported by the ship's officers.
The Cji.jnv! xfced about o'clock this
jnornifi afiflt-jf.-tpn'd ls.'saUIiiif'froia
the same bef L 7:
. Hcrtes for Japan Show.,, -v.fi.itV vr .
Whf n the tmiyo goes out this' after
noon she1 will. Jake, three tlnehOrses
to Nagoya,' Japan, 'where they 4wIU be
- exhibited In, a 'big ''Japanese.' bqrse,
show 'there. " Nagbya is near: Kyoto,
the ancient,, capital of Nippon. -Tie
i 4iotses are "owne by, M. Tasuda a
prominent KohalaV Jiiwall, Japanese.
. Ther ar? two fine hunting flogs Jac
crpanying ine'horses, "' i
Thrbtrgh cargo of "the ChlyMi 278
X tans, il most capacity, as'tbe liner has
:: freight tonnage, of $400. "
Among the more "prominent stop-
1 over passengers are Mr, and Mrs. H.J
. V. Williams, Mrs. A. C. Mermen and
Miss Alice Eaton, all of DetroTCT They
V r '111 remain In Honolulu untU the next
' . steamer to the Orient. . - t"
V A, F. Estabrook, ;a well-known San
'"Francisco jbusineas man, is a through
passanger, making a tour of the
i , Orient. Another party of wealthy
: stern' state . residents are t)r.:and
t'Mrt. C M. Franklin. Dr. R. B. Weth
ertll and'Mr.-tnd Mrs. 8..T. Murdock.
They afe touring the Orient A' party
of -half a dozen Cook's tourists waa
met by the Hawaii Tours . Company,
I - vUhich conducted Ih'em on'anailtoni6-
bile drive -and" entertained thera with
. lunch at the Moana..-'
Next mail from San Franc'sco will
arrive Monday morning in the Hill
liner Great Northern.
The T. K. K. liner Chlyo Maru
brought 170 sacks of mail to Honolulu
from San Francisco this morning.
Due any time from Chile with ni
trate for the Hawaiian Fertilizer
Company is the steamer Columbia.
Laat evening the American-Hawaii
an steamer Kentuckian sailed fir Port
Allen, Kahulul and Hllo to load 500
tons of sugar fcr New York.
TAKING MM 1
Next mail for the coast will go Tues
day morning In the T K. K. liner Ten
yo Maru, due Monday from the Orient
a week henna nerscneaoie.
A revival of Great Lakes shipbuild
ing Industry Is reported from'ChicnKo.
Both 014 ships and vessels under con-
strrictloa tiret bringing better price
than in years.
Arrival at San Francisco at 1:40
yesterday , afternoon of the Matson
steamer Enterprise, from Hilo Febru
ary 27, Is reported.'-The Manoa, from
this port February, 29, 'arrived yesfer1
day morning. .'"'V- '-"-
in i, t- ;i
f ; Coming In' for bunker coal and fuel
oil, " the " American steamer Yucatan,
r'!y tranp eteaner owned b.r $h
Ncrth Pt.ci.1c Eted&Mp Company, ar
rived this morning and docked at the
"railroad wharf. Her. master Is. Capt,
, A. C. Paulsen. The Yucatan was pi
t. loted.In by Capt J. It' Macaulay, te
rltorial plloC f V ''', ' '
Capt Paulsen reported very rough
weather from MRke, his last port of
call, where he stopped for bunkers.
. lie is; bound from Shanghai to San
Francisco with . a .capacity cargo of
general Chinese merchandise Vhlch he
Is taking to the mainland. The
steamer will probably sail late this
afternoon or tonight for San Fran-
Cisco. ' - :
t The Yucatan is one of the seven
steamers owned by the North Pacific
; She Is under charter to make one
" more voyage, carrying merchandise
and general cargo between the coast
and he Orient
Advices from San Francisco pay tLe
Matson" lichooner Annie 'Johnson ana
the bark R. P. Rlthet I11 h ?3o-
linder Internal-combustion enables in-
stalled Previous reports said Djesel
englnvVwjuld be ou:ip. txv I
At 8 o'clocVthls evening the oll-shlp
his port to Hilo by the Matson steam
er Lurline, to, load 1700 or 1800 tons
bf bulk molasses the. first shipment
to be sent to San Francisco la an oil-
tanker by the Matson line.
i; The Standard Oil Company oil tapk-
er El Segundo arrived this morning
from Kahulul, where she discharged
part of her oil cargo, coming here to
(unload the remainder. She is at the
irallroad wharf. Capt J. C.'Lorenzen,
territorial pilot, brought her In.
-... . , t u . c , ; ;
V.Young Brothers' boat landing and
office at the head of Pier 12 has been
practically completed. It Is situated
at the old Nuuanu street boat landing.
The U. S. army engineer's office Swfll
have a storeroom for 'toots and sup
plies in the building.
British war vessels are holding up
and searching fill freight and passen
ger steamers proceeding from foreign
pora to Manila,' CebU, of HoIJcv. ac
cording to officers of -the O; S. lw
steamer Chicago Maru, who said the
ship was boarded by a British cruiser
off the Luzon coast while close to Cor
regldor. : Passengers t was examined
closely; but nonrtaken oflV r
' "PeK T.'X: ' K: niier 4 Chlro. Maru,
day, frdm.San Prancisco.' For" Hono
lulu tstopover' passengers),: '"Miss 4 A.
Eaton,"MIs' U JinneyYMrs. AJ.a Men
ner. A.' 1L Schoellkopf, Mri ,"A. H.
Schoellkopf, Mrsll. p. Williams, Mr.
IV rV-Tniliams.'. Mrs: J ' & Blgelow,
Irr, VJH. MComas, Mri U B. Par-rbtUDr.-
K. A: Porfer. : ' -V . ? ;:: i ,
A Peri;-l; str. Maulf rom Kauai. Mar.
8. T. Mulllns, J. Andrade, S. S. Peck,
K. S. Kim. Dr. Mori, O. Nanaba, J. S
Teraokl,' Manuel ' BapUsta, Mrs. , Bap-
) ,PASSEXGE$ DEPABTED j
March 8. J. H. Busher,' T. W. Hag
man. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dunbar, Mr.
Hooper.'A. Mason; .Mr. and' Mrs. CL'O.
Carpenter, Frank May, D. W. ; Sher
wood, C, Palmer, IL K. Scholefeld,
Bishop Libert Mrs, Bryant Miss C.
S. Wight Miss Payne. Mrs. McQuald,
Mr.' ahtT. MrsrJ.f G.1 Macomb, UlrfT At
len, Mrs, Yost Mrs.1 K K; King Mrs.
T. B: Fisher. J.- Gl Graham, G H.
Grinim,tMl88 Searle, "ton. Searle, Mr.
and Mrs. V, L Rosenfleld, M. Nagaro,
Mrs.' M. P. Smith. Mrs.' Kate B Cun
ningham, S. 'P Ping, N.v C , Wilson,
Paul G. Hughes, J. J. Armstrong, Miss
Dayton, Mrs. -Kemmlng, F. A.- Brown
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Berry,
Henr St GoarRobt Hind, L. Hind;
E,;,J. Smith J. tTnger, Misa vMcKlm
mens, Mrs. -M. JFeris Mrs. Geo. H.
Dunn. Miss Falrweather. Miss T. Fri
gltanl, . Mrs. : Nora ' Vredenberg. John
McnU. wife and In f ant Master Mo
nlx, Geo. H. Higgins, Frank New,
. . i - " 1
" Marcl Jeing a tyrep seasons month, is pne
of ttid best in the whole year for picking up
Jjargains In buylnr,iIngrreitin5 and'exchaiising; and
whether you are a m erVhsnt or a prof essional. or an sTUto
mobile ehthuslast or interested In the realty market you :
can find lots of "good; things- right now If you but look
for them.-- ' v " - l r -
. -t There is ' just one place to look, too, that is
worth while and that lace is the ' Want Col-
ums of the Star-Bulletin. Take a glance at these columns
v now and see for yourself what they have that Interests you.
J -Ton will find the slight effort will Tepay you.:
Taking a big cabin list. 192. the Mat
son flagship Matsonia sailed for San
Francisco this morning at 10 o'clock
from Pier 15. She had a large num
ber of tourists on board, returning to
the mainland after seeing the Mid-
Fadfjc Carnival and visiting Kilauea
Cargo going out was a capacity one
of sugar, bulk molasses, canned pines,
bananas and many other varieties of
island "products. Steeragepassengers
leaving' were 42 and . the postomce
despatched 13ff bags' of mall by the
jopujar Matson vfteamer.
DR. FAUNTLER0Y IS
GOING TO HONGKONG
A cablegram ordering him, to Hong
kong In the steamer1 Persia Maru, due
to Bail from Honolulu 'March 22, has
been' received by Dr. C. M. f auntlerot,
assistant to Dr. F. E. Trotter, surgeon-
in-comroand bf the Hawaii public
health service, for the last four years.
Last month Br Eauntleroy was re-
assigned to service nere ior two years
His sudden transfer to Hongkong indi
cates the need7 there or a new man
rleht awav. ilrFauntleroy will have
charge of all United States health ser
vice tvorK ai inngKong. i ne Ttosuion
is a most responsible one, as he has
to give a bill o health to all vessels
leaving that, jxirt tor the United
States; The'doctor lias been here three
years, and says'he "regrets leaving this
city, as he has made many friends.
Charles K. Nolley end wife, Miss Ka-
Per Matson steamer MatKonia, this
morning, for San Francisco Hugh
Avery. Miss H. Austin. Mrs. M. Adams,
H. W. Alden, Mrs. H. W. Alden, Miss
F. Avery FtQ. Baker, C. L. Bartlett
F. W. Baude, A. T. Burnett R. E. Briar
tol, 'Mrs.' R. E. Bristol, F. K. Burn
ham, Mrs. If. K. Burnham, Mrs. M. G.
Brennerman, Mrs. Justine Bartlett C
GBill. Mrs. (J. O. Bill, W. AUBissei;
Geo. 5. Bates. Mrs. Geo. E. Bates, C
Bergln, Mrs. C. Bergin, J. E. Barbey,
Mrs. J. E. Barbey. J. Campbell, H. X
Cavanagh, Mrs. H, J. Cavanagh, Si
Clark, T. E. Catlin, Mrs. T. E. Catlinl
W. P; Cottrill. J, Chrlschilles, Mrs. X
Cbrisciiilles, T. F. Cooke, Mrs. T. R.
Cobke; Mrs., L. H. Chapln, Mrs. G. H;
Campbell, Miss A. Curran, Palmer
Day, HC.DavJdson, Mrs. IL C. David
son,' br. J. L. Dusek. Mrs. J. L. DuselC
Master Dusek, Mrs. U De Grief, P.
Pupne, Mrs. .P. F Dunne, Hatel Den
ton. Miss M.- Dunne,- Miss M. Dunne,
Mrs. M:"E. Easlon", L. S." Eastlake.'Mrs.
& S. Eastlake-.Mlss EEastlake, J. L.
Emerson;-Mrs. j'.'h?. Emerson Mrs. C.
F. Emerson, Miss H. B. Emerson, Miss
L. C Emersop; W F, Frye, fcev. J; R.
Fleming, -Mrs,; J. lB; Fleming, E. S.
Flrestoiie,..Mrtf.:E.S.' Firestone, Mrs.
Ed. "Fields,; H- Giinter, U E. Gandy E
IL' Glbb. Mrs.' H. H. : Garden, J. IX
GraverMrs J. L. Graver, M. L. pans,
Mrs. M. ti CTans,' Miss K.'Ganett, Mrs.
A. F, Goodrfch', P. HGoodyear, Mrs.
F. H Goodyear, F.1 W. Harris, A. Hol
land,' Mrs. j Ail Hbllapd'D. .'Hallafian.
Miss E. Hallahan, Master L Hallahah,
P. Herxbrun; Miss .L. ' Hilt, MIss'E.
Hilt, L: : Heiibromer Chas. Ht-rnf r.
Mrs. Chas.' Heyner, Master K. Heyner,
Mrs; RW. 'Holmes,' Miss' B. Hdlmes,
Miss G. Hovey Jas. Hind, Jr, Miss
Eva-Hind Jas. Hind, Mrs. Jas. Hind,
Geo. James, F. W Johnson; ii,
JudsonrjJordanMrs. JJordan, Mrs.
C. Kirkpa trick, Jas, Kirkland, Mrs. -1
G. Meiw: Kesler. "MrsW. Kesler,
H. G. Leonard. Mrs. F.-M. Lynch, Mrs,
Tbos. Lally. Mrs. W. B. Lymer, Mrs.
B. Low, Mrs. F. Looney, Dr. A. H. Ma
ger, E. McLaughlmMrs. H. McGulre,
W. H. Manaton," Master P. Mersman,
Miss S.McKelvey; C. A Mill ward, J,
H. Marlin, Mrs. J. H. Marlin, Miss H.
Sommers, Miss E. Myers, Judge Wv D.
McHush.tMrs. W. D. McHugh. A. H.
Martina Martin, A J. More, Mrs. A,
J.More; L. McAtee, W. H. MillerMrs.
W. HMUler, Mrs. I A. Milland, Miss
L. Milland, Bishop NIbley, Mrs. Mb
ley.Miss E. NelU, Mrs. A. H Olmsted,
Miss TV- H. Qlmsted.' A. It. Olmsted,
W.1 L. IPorter, Mrs.-Wf.' Porter.! W.
C. Quarles. Mrs W. (TQuarles; F.' J.
Runyon, Mrs. F. J. RuuyonMiss A. F.
Rupp, T. Roberta, Jrv Mrs. T. Roberts,
Jr" J, W, Rogers Mrs. ;4. W. Rogers,
J. F. Smith,' M rs. J. V. Smith, Wl LT and
Mrs. Searles. Miss E. S. Samuel. F. S.
Samuel F. G. Snow. Mrs..F. G.'Snow
G. L Summers, Miss M. Starr, ; Dr. X.
U Shbckley, Mr A. Shockley,
Judge'Wl IL Sanborn, Mrs. W: H. San
born," Miss A. Sonderstreim, Mrs. j:M.
SlateV.J. P. Schilein. : B. R. Simons,
Mrs. B. R. Simons, Miss O. Schmidt;
Mrs. L. E. Schmidt E. S. Waterman,
E.' IL Wodehouse.: C. W. WhiteTaw;
Mrs. C. W. Whitelaw, G. G. Whltelaw,
C: P, Whitelaw, Mrs. G. P; Whitelaw,
Miss R. Webster, Miss R, Webster, B.
FjWIId, Mrs. B. FtWIld, Miss I. Wild,
Mrs. J. D. Whitnam and two children,
Dr. O. S. Welty, Mrs. O. S. Welty.
' P1SSEXGEKS BOOKED t
Per T. K. K. str. Chlyo Maru, sail
ing ' at 5 0 this afternoon for the
Orient From Honolulu: Miss M. E.
Barnes, Miss A. Brannrn, Mrs. G. A.
Brown, Miss A.; Brown,4, Mrs.' E. Fitz
gerald, Misses K. and H. Fitzgerald,
Mrs. C Hayes, H. Jack and wifeyMrs.
C. A. Leeiley, Col. S. C. Lewis and
wife. L. Lf Pope and wife, IL G, Slur
ser, Mrs. A. Stevens,' C. B. Wells, T. H.
W)Ute. H. K. S. Williams ana wife, D.
ART SMITH HAS
TH LITTLE RED
Horiplulu Slock Bphsnflfi
' "Wednesday, March 3.
Alex, ft Baldwin
C. Brewer &-Co.
Ewa Plantation Company
Haiku Sugar Co
Haw. Agr. Co
Haw. C. S. Co.
Haw. Sugar Co.
Hcnokaa Sugar Co
Famous Aviator. Bound for Honomu sugar Co..
i.:it Hutchinson S. Plant Co. .
japan, uivc.liiiictuyii ui a Kahuku Plantation Co
Flea Chasing itself
Prices for Sour Lake and Humble
crude1 oil were advanced to 80 cents
a barrel by the Texas Co.
wringing with mm nis -Meteor." a
speedy racing automobile about one
tenth as big as the original -Flivver,'
and with nine more of them in the
steamer's hold, with which he and bis
race-drivers will hold speed contests.
the aviator driving his aeroplane and
the others their cars, "Art" Smith,
whose thrilling Ioop-the-loops at the
San Francisco Exposition last year
held hundreds of thousands spell
bound. Is a through passenger on the
Chlyo Maru today, bound for Japan,
where he will fly under the auspices
of the ; Japanese Imperial Aviators'
"Art"; nearly blocked traffic on Al
len street this morning when his lit
tle red demon of an automobile, which
is four feet long and two. wide, was
trundled down to the dock and brought
up in front of Pier 7, before he started
the engine going and gave an imita
tion of a frantic red. flea chasing It
self around in circles on the pavement
Art said he ran several races
around the Chiyo's deck during the
voyage 'from San Francisco. '
We are going to Japan to give a
series or mgnts. Bays the daripg avi-
aior. wnue m san rrancisco i met
Baron E. Shlbuzawa, and he has been
one of my best boosters ever since.
r r...tfLil.t i. - . r
and we will probably be gone three
monms or., more, maning nignis in
Japan and China.".
Wears Same Broad Grin.
Mr. Smith, refuses to discuss the di
vorce action pending In San Francisco
between himself, and his wife. Heap-
peafedTqutte carefree, and the same
good-natured grin, was on his face that
he, wore all last summer when climb
ing '.Into his aeroplane for. his qensa-
iionai iuigma uuove me exxsiun
Kekaha Sugar Company. .
Koloa Sugar Co... ..
McBryde Sugar Co
Oaha Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd
Onomea Sugar Co
Paauhaa Sugar Plant Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill..
Pala PlanUtlon Co
Pepeeked Sugar Co. . . .
Pioneer Mill Co. .
San Carlos Mill Co., Ltd.
Waialua AgrCo. . . ......
Walluku Sugar Co..
Wahnanalo Sugar Co. ...
Waimea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Haiku F. & P. Cor.-......
Haiku F, & P. Cj Com..
4w. Electric Co. . .'. . .
aiw. Pineapple Co
alio R. R. Co . Pid
tf llo R. R. Co. Com;
H. B. & M. Co, Ltd:.
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd..
Hon. R;T& LL'Co
Inter-Island S. N, Co. . . .
Mutual Tel. Co. . . . .
Oabu Railway Land Co. 150
Pahang Rubber Co. . . . . . 21
Tanjong OI6k Rub. Co... 41 ....
BONDS. ,- " ' '
Hamakua Ditch Co. 6s
Haw. Irr. Co. 6s.
Haw- - Terr 45 Rfd 1905 .... ....
Haw. Tct. Pub. Imp, 4a:".' .... ....
Haw. Ttr.'4 ,..-;,. ....
flaw, Tei. 3,v..i.. ...i
flllo R. R. Co. 6. Issue
19U1 W W73
HUo R. R. Co. Ref. &
Extn. Con. 6...;..'....
Hon okaa Sugar Co. 6s.... ....
HonGas CoLtdi 5s.... 103
H.'R. T. & h. Co.-6 . ... 104
Kauai Ry Co.; 6s. . . . .... 100
McBryde Sugar Co. 5s.. ....
Mutual Tel. 5a. . 106
OahU'R. & L.CO. 5.... 105
.The famous aviator is taking two
complete aeroplanes with him on the I QahU.S. Co: (redeem-
Cmyo. and has 10 of his diminutive I 'able at 103 at maturity) 109.
racing, autonioblles. . Accompanying oiaa4 Sugar Co 6 .... 101 101
mm are nve raco-arivera. Art; yua, pacific O. & F. Co. fis
Ai Menasco, v. Bertrandis, Steven Oil pacific Sugar Mill Co. 6s .... 100
ver, "and Wlllam Qulgley, who an
nounce themselves as the ''champion
junior race-djiyers ... of, , the United
Baron Sbibuzawa and a commiltee
S4AParl0s:MllICo.6 .... 100
Between Boards:" "sales : 125,t00,
50 Olaa, 17; 50, 50, 80400,: 100, 205,
140 Honokaa, . ? : 50, joa lionokaa.
Of; representative - Japanese will7 wel- 954; .15J Oahu' Sugar CO. 3i; 4,00,
come the bird-man and' his helpers on 6Cf Oahu. Siigar Co., 34; 55,
their arrival at Yokohama. Several Ewa;' 32: 30, ?0;'.5Q Eva, 32ri0j
Japanese newspapermen are accom- Hllo Com, ..50; '50, li'Mutiial v jet,
panylnf-Smith and his racing-drtyers, 20; 50; 7 Pioneer, 1 45. '- 7, ...V
and . bis jnenelpe4: SeasIoa Saleg. . 5f 5. 20. H. C. & S.
eral .hundred ;fArtJ Smith". ba4s rt 181,. K 1ft r.uh. in m,.
around. Honolulu . thl .'Jnbrnlng. the LL ift.ii, - -r
Uaesvlnf?a t,hotogrnpli of the U rirvdTr UmT'ouS!
trePWJWVmPiWW. 'Wflue ana. rea Ugi, OahrfSuki r Co 34Si'; 90 So
ribbon atUtfed 'bearing ahe words JSvT, Ji -"
Latest sugar quotations: 96 test.
5,26 cents' or Il(f7.20'perton.
and Japanese. .
Henry Waterhlo use ; Tru$t CcC
Fort tnd'.Mtrchant -Jtrt9 "
5' t -TeleoWoiie' 'iX""?"
Within the next two weeks Former
Governor David I.. Walsh of Massachu
setts will leave for China, Japan and
the Philippines. - When, seen v today at
Pier 7. where . be . was .waiqpg ior
friends expected , to arrive onrthfChU
yo Maru. he said Jhere Is a remote
possibility that o he 4 may ' leaver-next
week on .the transport Sherman, but
that he probably will go either on
the China Mail steamer China or the
next T. K., K. boat depending on
which' arrfvesjflrst' .V ? -"I
am n'ot.golng tqihe Orient as the
representative of the administration
he says, "but simply s a private citi
zen and a student of public questions.
am going first to Japan and China,
andtthen to' the' Philippines.'- - "
Governoc -Walsh paid a tribute to
Honolulu's newspapers.- 'I was agree
ably , surprised . to finJ such modern
and enterprising newspapers 5 here,
he states. ; MJoi cover all the ?,news
fully, bqth .'local and cable. 1 think
you have, two as good newspapers as
you will find in any city oi your size
n the world. Both the Star-Bulletin
and the Advertiser are right on the
Annual " riieetfnga ' of v sugar r conw
panlea-and . thef Hawaiian corpora
tions will soon.be in full swing..: From
now on for the next few wetks a large
rfumber 6f:ihareTi6ders meetings will
be ' neia.? o gof over last 'year'a activi
ties and choose officer to act for the
enfuinjj year:. - - ' " -
Meeting of corporations so far ad
vertised include the following:
it A rju - - '
4 Pabk'aa 'Agricultural Company, Ltd,
Moaula Agricultural Company, Ltd,
VYalkapu. Agricultural Company,
Ltd, fli. ni.' . ' .
Kuhua Agricultural Company, 11:30
After tiavlngsaved many' lives at
railroad crossings during twenty
years, Charles Daly, of Middleton, N.
Y, hanged himself.' He was a flagman
at the Cast . Main' street crossing of
the Ontario and Western Bailroad, and
was seventy-eight years old.
In the schools of Australia boxing
has been introduced as a regular exer
cise tor schoolboys.
ARE YOU PLEASED?
IK NOT, SEE "
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Fire, Life, Marine, Automobile
Tourists, Baggage Insurance
arid Insurance Agents.
Hawaiian Commtrrclal Saji'
Wilni Hnraf Comoany.'
Pala PlantaUon.' ')
M'aul Agricultural Company
Hawaiian' Sugar Company.
McBryda gugair Co,
Kahulul Railroad Company
ual rrultfLad Co: Lta.' '
it r t
B. F. Plin0ham Co.
Gensral Aflntt f of MaawaaJIs
Atlas ' Assurance Company 'of
Undon, New.Yerld "Vndsrwrlt
rr AgencJ Prpvtdenit Waah-fngton-lnsuranca
4th floor1 Buhgshwald Bujldlna.
IF. MORGAH CO., LTD
7 atOCK BROKER' "
Information Furnished and
Mtrehant 8trst 5Uf uM4na
Clectri9ity, gas.screens ln?alll)0uses.
'rihe"2-bedroora cottage In town, $21.
4-bedropm'hou$e; fine location; $30. --bedroom
house; fine locatioh; $25. ,
842 Kaahumanu St.
MEAT, MARKET 4 QROCEgT
C. Q. YEE HOP CO.
TOd LATE CLASSIFY
Stenographer, expert. 16 years'! experi
ence In court add cdtnttYercial werlj,
desires position Address -Mrs, U.
Star-Bulleu4 office. A 6417 3t
Small , purse containing money, keys
and papers; Liberal reward If re
turned to this office. ' ' 6417-4t
. ' v ' '
One blue engineer's - cap, between
Country Club and Fall. Box ' 238,
thW office. 6415 5t
Bunch , of keys, four in number, on
steel ring Return Samp Dept. P.
O., Reward. 6414 at
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Pass' book No. 9214. Return to' Bank
of HawalL Reward.. 6416-t
FOR RENT FUBjSHED HOUSE..
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Seven-roomed cottage in Punahou dls
; 'trlct, furnished complete; will rent
: foi six V mdnths 6r longer; $1J50
monthly. Address; Box 301, this
office 6417 3t
FOR "RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
Coot front room, hot and cold bath.
with or without- board; gentlemen.
P,h6ne 4658.' : ' "'"' 6417 lw
Root beer outfits supplied; big profit,
small Investment; nice, clean busi
ness! Investigate. .1109 Alakea st
6417 6t .,
Two fresh, milking cows; reasonable
price. Address box 295, this office
6417 6t : " y-r
El Segundof American steamer,
Capt. BlcKellar, from San Francisco.
Neither? captain nor -undersigned consignees-of
above named vessel will be
responsible for any debts that may be
contracted by crew.
STANDARD OIL CO, t
CITY MILL COMPANY, LTDT
toporters nf best lumber and bolldlni
tnateriala. Prices . low;c and ' wa4 glr
fpm ; order proiapt attention whethei
targa or vmalL .Wa hvf -bufiVh'
Ireda or nonesea In thlg cltx with po
tact satisfaction. 1 If yon want to bs3
onsult os ' - v
INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAIL
tl KINQ hTREET. CORNER EOBT-
i BASKEARY "
Beautiful South Sea Bas
kets just received, HA
WAII A SOUTH 8EA3
CURIO CO- Young Bids.
"Buy on Bishop Street"
W- nice " to have ' id your
pocket, but it won't stay
there long. It is far better
to open a checking ac- U
count. You can always
get your money but you
iaye to stop ahiT think
first, whicli often stopi ex
trftvagance. Ai the same
time, you are protected
against paying your bills
twice, and are constantly
. j iit ormed as to your
" Come in and talk 'it
over!. . r , -T: ''
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
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avalUble throughout tha .world.
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List of Officers and Directors:
XS T BISHOP. ,V;V. ; President
tf. H. ROBERTSONS .W.p I
R. IYERS r. .......... Secretary
O. A. B. ROSS. . . ."T.Traaiurar
O. HI CARTllR. . .V. ;Wrctor
, C. fi. CPOKB .;.. IMrector
- R. 'A. . COOKE . . . . i . . Dlrctcr
" A. OARTLET. ..1 . . . Dfrector
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BISHOP & CQ.
V:; .fANKEIJS ;
fay yrty on Savinfi Da-
' posits, impounded .tw
t THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE ;
1ANK, LIMI7E0. I
j Capital inbserlbad -1 .748,000.000
VCapttal paid np.......SO,0OO,00O .
Rasrra fuad....... 20,000,000
t 8. AWOK1, Local Manaqtr
Carriaa on Trust
Bualneas In all. Its
S3300 Dairy on Kalfhl road, below
Kameha'mehA Gfrt'a school: 8,'lots con
taining over,l''aere laild In j fee sim
ple,, facing1 3 streets large 4rbedroom
house; large stable. 5 good cw. heif
ers calverh6rse,:eti.; aeDs 110 milk
per month. . . ' '
' f 1,300 1.89 acre farm' and good 5
room" house J In Behalr 'tract, Kalfhl.
Free , watert ; large-' chicken run.- 100A
bananas. etc 1 'Bargain 'for a home-
Walty BWs. . -I 8. KiaSt,
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