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Honolulu star-bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1912-2010, June 06, 1917, 2:30 Edition, Image 4

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Wednesday, Jvn ,
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Aktafft tMHf Mb! - Front rw. Ift to riaht Cot Naomi Tsnlgvehl. eommandlna H. I. i. M. 9. Toklwi, flagship of tha
tauadron: ' RaaiUlmiral ToahHak Iwarriura, commanding tha aquadrofi; Conatil Ocnara! Rokuro Moral, In charge of H. I. J. M. eonsulata general
of Hawaii: CipL fthlchlgoro SAlto, commanding M. I. J. M. . Yiwmo. - ;
Rur row Tadanao ImaW vtea centulf'Sttfr Commander Yuklchl Shims, Staff Ueut YaahltaVa Suzokl. aWe-de-camp to Rear Admiral Iwa- f
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Surar plaitatiooj and ptaatppl
--caoaeriea of ,0bt-.wtrf-tlaitt4. today
y Rear AdolrU Iimmira, his ttftft
Y &ad tbt taUaMraen t: JcpsaeM
i AATal tmlntey aqvadrea.
i TU-dm!ria aid aUft tnetr IttX
I by aBtomocfla frotsj lot ftoMp TokV
: aboot .t o'Ctock; ieeoiopald. by
- TTomlaett lioafelcl. Japaaeat" ct!tif
' U rvidaa ajxd exptttelt tf proeeiaea
' ct tHa OaAtt Bwt Companjt mill at
: WalpahTi tad tha plnaappla carmerlea
" :f WaWawa- .m"".vSv - r
MI4Wpn froa A toth . mlstrt
1 ' wero takeo from the varaJJlpa to tta
O.ILLU tutioa la aBtoswofle, nd
i thero they boarded a BpedaJl 4la
: cUch cnrere4 .thea toClk Plate,
t They wtuVall reUro about 5 .o'clock
; ttuaftenwoa.-. ; '
Early tomorrow taorthif the mid
S ahipmeft nil put oa- thetrTklai .w
I forma tad climb to, tha aummlt m
1 Taauhrn.' v r-' '." 1 ' ,
'" At li:S0 tomorrow tfterftoon' 3Re
r Admiral Uramv, wfll trtaln i wl
? a luncheon oa board tla Catshlp,
: rited neata tncIttdUrty. aV cad
: territorial efflciala of ttlr m
Exemplifying :tha . inenoxy Ti""
ed Stitea, the reception held from 4
to .rtlock yesterday, afternoon at
tha Japanese consulate general, made
A most, impTessrre picture.
American "indv Japanese uniforms
blendid'.harmonlonsly, with Occiden
tal -aad Oriental drass worn by tha
women : guests lenfitoa; a plcturesqaa
enrironmentfto the scene, while the
training, aanidroa'a marine band and
to HftwallaA band played a program
appropriate to the occasion.
The reception, which, was tha first
form tf;arfi held In Honolulu since
the Tokiwa tad Tatnmo arrived, was
gtrea vtt tha residence of His Impe
rial ' Japanese Majesty's Consul Gen
eral Rokuro Moroi, honoring Rear Ad
mlrsJ - TosiiUke Iwamara, command'
lug officer of the Japanese jural
training aanadron. -'
. Those - who formed the recelTlng
Una were Consul General MoroL Ad
aUrBi?lwamura,' Capt: Naomi Tanlgv
eh of -th .Toklwa and : Capt 8hlcht
cora Bilto of the Takumo. Vlce-Con-sul
Tadahio Imal. assisted and the
staff of the .Consulate general assisted
in recajrlng tha guests,, who were rep
resents, tire gorernment official end
exMtag between Japan and -tha t-bastoeigmdlu-Ctncaslaa and Japanese,
of Honolulu. i
In addition to Use officers of both
cruisers, the midshipmen of the train.
In i squadron, 100 strong, dressed in
their white uniforms with regulation
side arms, the short Japanese dirk,
were present, a fine body of young,
well trained men.
The list of guests invited to yester
day's reception follows:
Governor Lucius E. Pinkham, Sec
retary and Mrs. C. P. Iaukea, Attorney-General
and Mrs. I. M. Stainback,
Mr. and Mrs. Seltaro Aoki, Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. Helshl Ko
yasu, Inoklchi Kansko, Mr. and Mrs.
a G. Rlvenburgh, Mr. and Mrs. M. a
Eopklns, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Cooper.
Maaayuki Kawakatsu. MaJ. and tfrs.
J. D. Dougherty, Gen. and Mrs. S. I.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A.. G. U. Rob
ertson, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coke, Mr.
and Mrs. Hanso Tsurushlma, Mr. and
Mrs. R. p. Queries. Judge and Mrs. J.
P. Polndexter, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. Tasutaru Soga,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Huber, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Halaey. Mr. and Mrs. Ktn
agburo Maklno, Malcolm A. Franklin,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymer Sharp, D. H.
MaeAdam, Mr. and Mrs. Klntaro Mu
rakami, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Trotter,
Mayor and Mrs. John C. Lane, Mr. and
Mrs. Kelklchl Ishlda, Mr. and Mr
A. M. Brown, D. L. Conkiing. Mr. and
Mrs. C T. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Neely, C. H. Merriam, Mr. and Mre.
Toichl Takakuwa, Mr. and Mrs. C F.
ChUUngworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Tajiro Sumlta,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Shingle.
At 6:30 this afternoon the Pan-Pacific
Club entertains with a supper in
the Lanlakea theater the midshipmen
from the squadron. Following the
supper the Japanese T. M. C. A. will
give an entertainment program.' The
dub la entertaining the Hawaiian
band, which during the evening will
play both 'as a band pfl glee club,
sftwtnsrthe best of- tBe' genuiae old
Hawaiian songs.
.Among the speakers will -be Mayor
Lane, Alexander Hume Fard, former
Governor Freer and W. D. Westervelt
There will be several Japanese speak
ers, and motion pictures of island
scene's are also to be shown. Japan
ese maids will serve tea and sponge
cake made from the recipe brought to
Japan by the 'Spaniards hundreds of
years ago.
Alexander A Baldwin ...
C Brewer A, Co
SUGAR
Ewa Plantation Ca. ....
Haiku Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Agr. Ce
Hawaiian Com. A Svg. Co
Hawaiian Sogar Co.
Hanokaa Sugar Co. .....
Heftom Sugar Co.
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuktf Plantation Ce. . .
Kekaha Sugar Ce
Kotoa Soger Co.
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Oahu Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co, Ltd
Onomea Sogar Co.
Paauhau Sugar Plant.
Pacaric Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co.
Pepeekeo 8uger Co. .
Pioneer Mill Co
San Carlos Milling Co,
Walalua Agr. Co.
Walluku Sugar Co.
MI8CELIANEOUS
Endau Dev. Ce, Ltd. ....
1st la Asseea. 5 pc Pd
2nd Is. Aasvse. to pc Pd
Haiku Fruit A Pack, Pd.
Haiku Fruit A Pack, Com
Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc A. .
Hawaii Con. Ry. f pc....
Hawaii Con. Ry. Cam....
Hawaiian Efectrfe Co. ...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co..
Hon. Brew. A Malt Co..
Hon. Qaa Cc, Ltd
Hon. R. T. A L Co
Intsr-teland Steam Nav. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . .
Oahu Railway A Land...
Pahang Rubber Co,
Selama-Dlndmgs Plan, Pd.
Selama-Olndmfa P t) ao
Tanjong Olek Rubber Co.
BONOS
Beach Walk Imp, Diet. . . .
Hamakua Dtteh Co, to..
Hawaii Con. Ry. 9 pc...
Hawaiian Irr. Co, fa ... .
Haw. Tar. 4 pc Refond .-.
Haw. Tor. 4 pc Pvn. Imao.
Haw. Terr. Pub. Imp, 4 pc
Hawn. TeiTI, IJ4 pe
Honokaa Sugar Co, po.
Hon. Qaa Co, Ltd, to . . .
Kaual Ry. Co to
Manea Imp. Diet. Hi pa. .
McBryde Sugar Ce, to. . .
Mutual Tetechone, to ...
Oahu Railway A Land Co.
Oahu Sugar Co f ae
Olaa Sugar Co, po. . . .
Pac Guano A For. Co, to 100
Pacific Sugar Mill Co, to. 100
8an Cattoe Milling Co... 100
Asked
2SQ
'41" is'
tw
40
ii" ""
in" m"
io-'j ton
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it
27
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"26"
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13J4 14
128
260"'
WW. 'so '
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Bstweett Beards: Sales: 100, 40, 20
Olaa, 14; S Walalua, 27.
Session Sales; 5 Oahu Sugar, 2175;
10 Onomeav 14,
OMdende -June I: H.CA8. (50c
extra), TSe; H enema, SOc; Hutchlnsen,
80c; Paauhau, 20c
Latest augar quotation: M dog. teat,
5 A3 oenta, or S1 1 SAO per ton.
: 531B EKPflSTS
i : ' IB BIG TRABE
; Kcrmal trada. taovemeata., rtsuiunx
rreaw enormouslr expaadag' export
: ;5fie,"athe .explaaatJoa given to
etv at tht Japaaese -embassy for. the
ca withla the last fewnoaths .
U wa? : poiated oat that Ameriea
; baa been Obliged wff?-52
ditree bef V imports at' - sltfcyXroa
v pST The eame .a alad -tald ? ta to
tree f other commodiues. -m ..
On the other bead,; Uwaa aald. ex-
- rcrS frorS Wted taiM'ft J
fSTwhllt showing a substantial to-
- ctcbsJ SrP -isp. from -aslflclaat ta
. onrcomeT the' growing - Mbg
trde la Japsa's avor. .v,;
embassy expUlna. paused , tte-rtpw
? iacreaf e la exports of gtjld Vl.
4 ; Tbe JapaneseV embassy has coafer.
' red .with tha treasury, department or-
flclila regxrdmg ,PitP?'j2
1 jtan, and aa amalt;taS .trtMaTt
d-firtmeat will tcatlana to traaaf er
rild by draft from ,New York to Ban
' rvftrnwttn exDcrters t paring the
cert anless therel ecAa ovtiMico cf
of an intention of Far Eastern banks
to horde gold or to permit it to reach
Garmaay ? r "
w eoyprs nevtNUEs high
H .awaaaMMH
t pilkO: Egypt- Government reve
nues ia'Egfpt have this year risen to
the highest point ever 'recorded, and
thia his -been - accomplished without
any war . 'increase la direct taxation,
which , is the "lowest -in Egypt of any
country comprised within the British
empire." ' There have - been some In
ereaaeiTla indirect taxation, however.
Railway riUs hara beea iacreased ten
per cent, telegraph -aad. poatai rates
have ;beea, increased .ia some cases
100 per cent, snd the takes on tobacco,
coal and construction wood have been
raised.' ,. - . .
DR. CAPPS, OPTICIAN
Formerly wltn, Wall ft Dougherty, has
remored to )3tandard Optical Co, 1116
WORLD'S BGGES1
ROUNDUP IN JULY
iBy AmocIsUA Frntl
SE, CaL Take cowboys,
cowgirls, bucking horses, steers and
lariats in equal proportions; add pink,
blue, green, yellow, purple "and red
shirts and bandannaa, yells, whoops
and shooting; mix thoroughly and
serve.
This in brief is the recipe for the,
dish which will be placed before the
public here on July 1, 3; 3, and 4 by
the California Roundup Association in
bution to various charities.
The initial roundup was field last
year and proved such -a success that
It was made an annual event. Not
withstanding the fact that an elabor
ate park with grandstands was neces
sary for the first show, a nice profit
was realised. With its plant all rnady
and paid for, it is believed that char
itable organizations will receive triple
what they realized last year.
The best riders, ropers &nd shooters
of the far weat are entered in the vari
ous riding rope throwing snd bucking:
contests for which the merchants of
the city have contributed liberal cash
prises. Here will be collected the last
remnants of the colorful "wild weaf
of the Custer and "Buffalo Bill" days.
Last year 100,000 persons attended
the roundup and preparations are bo-
which is termed the "World's Biggest 'rfan jiirMw
o a - t,ut. in.. .m . this year. The San Jose Merchants
Association, the Chamber of Com-
Fort BL
. rs
Roundup" and to which San Jose "In
vitea the world." Proceeds of the af
fair are placed in tbe hands of a com
AdT.mittee of Ssn Jose citlxens for dlstri-
merce, the Realty Board, the Rotary
club and all of the local fraternal or-
Sugar 5.$3cts
Henry rfafcrhouie frust Co,
LW.
Membtra Henelufu Stock and Bond
exchange
Fort and Merchant Streets
Totepbono 12CT
ganizatlona are behind the affair. Tbe
cowboys and cowgirls will not only
divide ST500 to bo presented In prizes
but will ride, rope and shoot for valu
able trophies contributed by mer
chants and manufacturers thrtfighcut
the state. The railroads are planning
special trains and rates for the four
days' carnival.
0 m
NEW YORK. N. Y. In addition to
an art collection valued at 11.000,000,
bequeathed' to the Metropolitan Mo-
seam of Art by tbe late Isaac Dudley
Fletcher, it is learned that tho museum
win receive the residuary estate, val
ued at 15,000,000.
Special bequesta amount approxi
mately to tSOQ.000. ' The largest, of
these, 1200,000, will-go to m son, Jef
ferson Butler Fletcher, author and
professor at Columbia University.
Horace Fletcher, brother of tbe dead
millionaire aad widely known ae the
originator of iretcherism," will re
ceive an annuity of 15000.
Included la the bequest to the Met
ropolitan Museum of Art Is a string
of pearls which Mr. Fletcher spent ten
years in gathering and which, ft is
said, is valued at $500,000.
I
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IslaHtPfd.ducts!;
Ask Your Dealer -for-
these' SfCCIAU;
tfew lot c toaBenrradi
XMC&'yf TiX lit i Ib
Idaad Pcii, selsct.8clbi
(Cheaper than caimed pest) ,
Irish Potatoes Sctd fia lh.
If you eannct get . them at any
ether Atand.sl theat rttall fig
irta call at . ...
Tenltcria! Msflttting
Division-'
V;
. Msunakea 8t, bssp Quean
t v v. v p H 0 N E 1 840 ;- v
Large Aatertment' of
r FIELD AND GARDEN
SEEDS"'
on salt at thi'marksC
WATCH THIS -AD DAILY.
1
; ; " intkofftoryojfayrtn
otection for the
;
Future
" What a comfort it is to know that those de
pendent upon yon are protected not only for
tne present bnt forthe future as well.
Y Afake your Will NOW, naming the Hawaiian
.Itnst Company as Executor or Trustee. . By so
doing you will completely, safeguard the best
Jhicxestf of your heirs and make certain that
yap asseis 01 yutrr eataie win De nanaiea in sncn
Xainer as to produce the largest possible in
come from them.
1
r A. consultation with our Officers concerning
V ifclt fnatter will place you under no obligation
vof ; any kind.
ftONOLUtU, T. H.
Si
9
Back Easlt
Excursions
On the dates named below the Santa ft
will sell excursion tickets to many east
ern cities at a reduction of over 25 per
cent from the round trip rates ordinar
ily in effect.
These excursion tickets are good on the
California Limited as well as on our four
other daily trains to the East.
The dates of these excursions from Cali
fornia are:
June 11. 12, 16, 17, 26, 27, 30.
July 1, 2, 16, 17, 24, 25, 31
Other dates may be announced later.
Call, phone or write
H. E. VERNON,
General Agent,
926 Fort St,
Honolulu
Phone 4023
1 -D
Protect your car with at
I Aetna Automobile Policy
I Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
j Qeneral Insurance Agents Fort and Merchant Streeta
g' HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
y ' b X Stocks and Bonds
'Real Estate Insurance
& Safe Deposit Vaults
1 Authoriied by law to act as Trustees, Extca.
y tors, Administrators and Otirdians
v
u nl: -
Enisi
your surplus capital' in
your own and your fam
ily's welfare. Start a Sav
ings Account.
4
Interest Paid on Savings
Deposits.
Bank of Hawaii
Ltd.
Fort and Uerchant
J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD.
STOCK BROKERS
Information Furnished and Loans
Made
Merchant Street Star Building
Phone 1S72
Mone&to Loan
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OP
HAWAII, LIMITED
81S Fert S treat Telephone S529
Keep your
SAVINGS
In a safe place. We pay 46 Interest
BISHOP A COM KAN Y.
Alexander a
Baldwin
Limited
Sugar Factors
Commission Merchants
and Insurance Agtsts
Agents far
Hawaiian Cbaaaerdal 4 8xay
Conpaay.
Haiin Btxsar Coeaaaay.
Pala Plaatatloa COspiay.
Afrlcaltaral Coapaay.
Hawaiian Sugar Coapaay.
Xaaalai Juilroad Coapaay.
McBryde Sugar Coapaay.
Kahullu RaUroad Coapaay.
Kai Irott A Lead ca, LW.
Hoaolas Raaca.
The National City Company
New York San Francisco
INVESTMENT BONDS
H. A. BRUCE
100 Bant of Hawaii Bids. TaL Itlt
Protective Agency of Hawaii
DAY AND NIGHT
Patrols. Phone 1411, S A t Elite
Bldg. WM, E. MILES, Mgr.
E. C. PETERS -210
MeCandleea Bldg.
Honolulu, T. H.
Stocks. Bonds, Securities, Leant
Negotiated, Trust Estates
Managed
P. H. BURNETTE
T9 Merchant St. Phone 184S
NOTARY PUBLIC
Commissioner of Osede
California and New York
Draws: Wills, Deeds, Mortgages and
all Legal Documents
c DiiEiu a ca
(LIMITCO)
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS)
-SHIPPING AND INSURANCE
AGENTS
PORT ST HONOLULU, T, H.
Vke-Preeldent and Secrsiarr
iVfTLEY :V1co.PreslSnt
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i VX. Olrecter
?55 Olrector
a a MAY Dlrtottr
Inourance
B. F. DILLINGHAM- CO, LTD.
PHOITB 4915 ,
Fire, Life. Accident, Cempenaatien
SURETY BONOS
LORD-YOUrTO
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Engineers and Contractere
Pantheon Block Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone, 2S10 and 4587
Navel Oranges
CHUN H00N
Kakaultke, nr. Queen Phone 3M2
CHOP 8UI
IS North King Street
Call and see our brand new CHOP
SUI HOUSE Everything Neat
and Clean
Tables may be reserved by phone
No. 1713
Prest-o-Lite Storage Battery
Service
If your battery Is not acting rlht.
call and see oa for free adrlce.
ACETYLENE LIGHT V AGENCY CO.
... Huataea aff Bovth.
Honolulu
Ltd.
Fort Street, near Queen
Transacts a reneral BaaWas
Basiaeaa.
Iarltea your aecenat tad r0a
anteet safe aad efflcleat serrice.
Exchinse, Letters of Credit and
Travelers' Cheeks Issaed on
principal points.
Coble Transfers
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK,
LIMITED
Capital faasertaed. . .yea S,08S,S9S
Capital paid ep yea t0,00dW
Reserre foods y HJ90,0(J5
S. AWOKI, Ucal Manager
FOR RENT
Electricity, gas, screens in all aooses
Fine 2-bedroom house; sarafe; fjfl.
S-bedroom house; garaxe; 125.
Small cottage la town; S14.
J. H. SCHNACK
S42 Ksahvwami St. Tefepnant S3S
LUMBER
Paints, Plumbing Swpptlss, 8aUdlns
Mauiiala. Prtees lew. Houees built
en Inetalment plan. Chalet Hfvse
Lets for sale.
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Telephone S47S P. a Bex 131
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COMPANY, LIMITED
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structlng Engineers
Bridges, BtrHllnta, Concrete Strao
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