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! I it H"; ir 7 t at I ' OT -i dUNU By GEORGE FITCH Look About You Tha people you tee enjoying all the comforts and many of the luxuries of life are those who aved some part of their income. You can belong to this class If you will put aside each week or month some stated sum out of your pay. The easiest way to do this is to open a Savings Account at this Dank. BANKOFHAWAIUtd. Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000 WiIliamson& Buttolph Stock and Bond Brokers 83 MERCHANT STREET Phone 1482 - 7. 0. Box 528 INJURED? Yes; he never expected to lie, no lie failed to lnli out a Standard Accident Policy Before you nail, why not do tho wIkh thliiB ami net "oino ful pro'" 1I(. n STANDARD PROSPECTS Insurance Departmsnt Honolulu Stock Exchange Wednesday, Juno 19. ID( 9S At 118 Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 123 Fftrt 8tret Commercial Union Assurance Co. Fire and Automobile Tot! Resources, Lones Paid .1 70,840,000 .$167,911,531 11 iOlH 40 II 211H 21 '7W as '-3X ; jo 215 34 130 NAAIB OF STOCK. 111(1. Asked MERCANTILE!. C. Urewor R. Co s. . . Hl'ClAH. Ewa Plantation Co Hawaiian Agrlc. Co Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. . . . Hawaiian Sugar Co llononm Sugnr Co Ilnnoknn Sugar Co . Haiku Sugar Co Hutchinson Sugar Plant. Kuhukit l'lantctlon Co. .. Keknha Sugar Co Koloa Sugar Co Mcllrydo Sugar Co Otihu Sugar Co Onomca Sugar Co OI.ih Sugar Co Ltd I'aatihau Sugar 1'lniit. Co, Pacific Sugar Mill Pain Plantation Co Pepeekeo Sugar Co Ploueor Mill Co Wnlalua Agrlc Co Watluku Sugar Co Walmannlo Sugar Co. . . . Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . . MISCELI.ANKOUS. Inter-Island Steam N. Co. Hawaiian FloctrlcCo. ... lk'D. U.T.&UCO.. l'rcf. . llon.ll. T. &!.. Co.. Com. . Mutual Telephone Co. . . . Oaliu It. & I Co Illloll. K. Co.. I'M Ililo It. It. Co, Coin Hon. 11. &M.(o Hawaiian Irr. Co., Ltd... Hawaiian l'intupplo Co. . Tanjong Olok K.C., d. up. lion. H. & M. Co. Asa... BUNDS. Haw.Tsr.4 (Fire CI.) .. HttW.Ter. 4 Haw. Terrl. 1 1'ub. Imps Haw. Ten A Haw.Ter.4V4X Haw.Ter.314 Cal. !tw t Hug. & Uef. Co. C Hun. Gas Co., Ltd., Gs.., Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 5 IIUbR.K. Co., Issue 1H01. Hllo II. H. Co.. Con S7, IlonokaaStigai Co , K . l!on.K.T.&l..t!o 0 ... Kauai Ky. Co. 1b Koliala Pitch C'n. fin Mcllrydo Sngir Co. tin . . , Mutual Tel. Cm Ouliu H. & L Co. ( ... . Oaliu Sugar Co n C!iui Sugar Co. Gfc I'ac. Sug. Mill Co. G11 ... Pioneer Mill Co. r, Wuialiia Agile Co. 6 .. N'alouia1) Con. Ca 14a 140 I 20 H 41 100 100 04 ll 10'7'il ICO 2; a 41 39 Inlerfered Willi. Moreover, after list eiilng to them for a while, It Is much onsler to npprecluto good liagplpo mu sic. Song loosens tip (lie disposition, softens tho heart and removes tlio bile from the temper. If It is, good song. It causes the mind to soar and fills the listener full of great thoughts. Songs have mndo armies light more Song is tho science of aviating with tho voice. It lias existed for many thousands of years nnd has gradually lieen perfected until expert Hongsters and songstresses now recelvo ns much lor one fi-mlnuto lllght as the pilot of a racing monoplane. Song Is our most popular creation, nnil owing to the nbseiico of lnws reg ulating the pastime, everyone Indulged In It on the slightest provocation. To sing well requires n long ami painful education, during which the aspirant loses many friends. Hut when he hat ncniilrod a smooth, easy-running voice, which climbs high nnd banks well on tho turns, he becomes very popular and lias to sing every dny nt wed' dings, funerals and charlluhlo enter tnluincnts, rocchlng vast uuautltics of gratitude and occasionally a good meal. lloweer. It M not necessary to prac tice In order to sing. Many men slug happily without any practice nt nil, though the happiness is generally per sonal. In surh cases the voice should first bo soaked carefully In n good lu bricant. A dozen schooners full will put it In condition to attack tho most liimcull rests without hesitation. H nil the listeners are well soaked too tho result wilt not bo dangerous. When n man 1ms Hnnkml lila vnlrn flit anl'nr. ul hours ho-wltt sing like n bird or an valfantly and have also made small automobile transmission on the street men who go to bed early arlsu bravely at midnight, provided ho,can pcrsuado and attack larger men with uniiltcr- a iuw menus 10 lean up against nun nuio lerocuy. ' - ( ' - H: -i- jaew 1 anil rorm a ciuartct. To quartet Is a most dollghtriil pastlmo. When from three to seven men arc quartctine ultli the assistance of a lamp-post, and are singing passionately together, blending perfectly on a dllileiilt choid uwry few minutes, tliey nie too Imp py to do any liurm and should not bo The world Is happier for song, and tho worso tho song tho mora happiness It produces, In music Ignorance is pe culiarly blissful and the educated and sensitive critics who bleed internally when they move through the musical masses without ear-muffs uru the most unfortunate of men. The Home of the A and the Eagle 9i IOJH 103 CJ Q7' O) IOO OJ i C. Brewer & Co., Ltd General Agehts, T.rrltory of Hawaii PATRONIZE HOM INDUSTRY Home Insurance Com pany of Hawaii, Ltd. 96 King Street Corner Fort Telephone 3529 ' BUNGALOWS AND HUAL ESTATE OLIVER Q. LANSING CO Merchant 8treet FOR SALE $2SU0 New house, three bedrooms, Kn. pliihinl Tuict, below King. lOOxlUO. Many vuluuule fruit tlees. Sales lletween Hoards- !l.1 Oaliu, 2S, CO Oaliu. 2S; Ml Oaliu, 2S; 10 Oa liu, 2S; Jluon Olaa . ill!&- - -- Sesidoh Sales 21) Hua, :i2-1i I I Oa Ini, 2S; r, Uwa. :!2i; :, l:n, :i2Vi. Latest sugar quotation! 3.92 cents, or $79.60 per ton. FRUIT-FLY WORK LOSING UNLESS Director Giffard Makes Month ly Report Showing D'f ficultics Met. Sugar 3.92cts Beets lls 81-2d HENRY WATERHOySt TRUST CO Itcmbers Honolulu Stork mid lloud llxrliunge. TOUT AMI .Mi:ilCIIAT STIIKKTS Trlrplione I20S. 10,000-About seven acres nt l'uunul. iidjol'ilng Country Club. Superb ma-. Iiiu and inountiiln slew. i, 450 Lot near King St. and Knllhl wueim School: 10x100. Kusy puynient. Liberal discount for cash. P. E. R. STRAUCH. Walty Building 74 8. King Street Jas. W. Pratt REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LOANS NEGOTIATED Qtangenwald Building HARRY ARWITAGti..8peclal Partner H. C. CARTER General Partner 3. A. WALKER General Partner Hairy Armitage & Co., Limited STOCK AND BOND BROKER8 P. O. Box 683 Phone 2101 HONOLULU, HAWAII Member Honolulu Stock and Dond Exchange Cable and Wireless Address "ARMITAGE" ESTATE OF Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd. STOCK BROKER Information Furnished and Loan Made 57 KAAHUMANU STREET Phone 1672 l'orirnlly going on recoid as In fa vor uf-eontintilug the pleseul method-! of lighting. Hie fiult-lly pest, tho lioaul or Agilcultiiru and Forestry this morn ing ordcied communications sent to the Hllo Hoard of Trade and Maul Chamber of Commerce stating 1 1 : po Hit Ion anil lis n axons for hoping that the to omit lia will continue to co opeinle in tho Wirk by ntnluiug their prchcnt luspedlon systems. , .AJUioiLgli Hi? Ilonrd ni a Territorial body has tho light In regiilato tho transmission of fruit from infected to uninfected districts, It doeii not and (iinuot do tho Inspection work In tho various t'ouutles, and Hawaii County, it was staled, has been considering abandoning Its Inspection. Several of the llmwill districts are Infected, and tho Hoard of Trade feels that It Is use less to spend money any longer In the inspection, only to lose In the end be cause of tho Impossibility of keeping the pest out. A communication from me Hoard to this effect enme before the Commis sioners nt a meeting this morning. Tho discussion among tho Commis sioners quickly crystnlllzcd into a mo Hon by Mr. um Holt that a reply be sent Hllo stating that the Hoard feels that the Inspection wink is very use ful, and that It Is cheaper to light tlioi pest now than to allow It to get Into tho uninfected districts and then light It. Knu, 1'iinn and Hllo districts are still free from the pent, and it has been reported only from Wnlknpti and Wnllukti on Maul, ami the Hoard wishes to encournge tho Counties all It i-nn to check tho spread of tho fly. Tho Hoard recommended Hint n rlinngo bo mniln in tho regulations ro- gan! liu iletu al col nlligat fruit has ireni: allowed. Heictoforo, while tho ex. perls wcro working to dud out how .mil where tho tly will breed, the em bargo lias been n blanket 0110, but the lloaid now recommends to the Attor ney (ieucral Uiat tho regulation ho modified along sufo lines. At tho meeting this morning Mr, von Holt suggested that II might bo well for tho Hoard to discuss whether In view of tho spread of the II y and the lug 11 line "host" for the lly pest. Sev eral more caits to lanl away the fruit nnd hum It nro necesxnry, ho thinks. Ho dwells nt length on these condi tions which it is declaied every house liolilT nnd everyone with fruit In the jard should take to heart. Itefcrilug to the frull-lly work In Here visitors are cordially welcomed and are shown the result of over fifty years unswerving loyalty to the highest ideals of Quality and Purity. Here they learn the reasons why " The Old Reliable Budw E OiTS &tt'W S3 mmmmmmmmmaBmasaKBXxiaEXisxsari King of all J&o&fetf Beers stands alone at the top of tho world's best brews. Its mildness and exquisite taste remains always the same, because it is brewed only from the cream of each year's Barley crop and from tho most costly Saazcr Hops grown. the l.euctul, so far ns the lesult of campaign Is concerned, he says: "The only hopo I have, as has been repeatedly stnteil in previous reports, Is In the discovery of 11 spicule para site. To 11 mt. Introduce and sucics4 fully estahlNIi such n parnfdto would bo worth tho best purl idT any nno, huge appioprlajlou which Jlijicr this Tcirllory or Congress would set nsfdo for clcnu-culture methods. With tho successiui cstniilisiiment or such n heuellelal lurei-t, nature's methods would accomplish much more In a general way of perfect control than wo can over expect by tho usual aril-' llclal methods, more particularly If both of theso were combined In a sys tematic ami seientlllc manner. To Botlltil only (with corhs or crown copi) at ibj Anheuser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, Mo. H. Hackfeld & Co. Distributors Honolulu T.H. of eontiol on tho other Islands, wfilchil nflAI YflllTH I FAIT? I nrh' student In the now class at Yalo our small local appropriation has not UVUMU '"" ' Jvri, at vai r I l'nlorHy this year, making the high made possible. As you ulrcilly knotv.l Hlo LLAbo A I TALC lest scholastic mark In n class of tnoro tho Insular Inspection nnd control I1111 - 'tlinii loo students. This Information been In the hands of district conimll- Luwlhlan Willlums, nil honor sin-1 was receited yesterday b I'resldelit tees appointed by the Isinnd conimor-ldeut nt I'muilnm College last enr and (.rltlllhs, of Oaliu College, from Sena' clal organizations. The Hoard, how ever, has Kept In communication with the chairmen of these committees, has this end every effort should bo made lH-m'11 commissions to such Inspectora te! push Hie eiitomologlcdl research a ,l10 lat,cr lll" ni'l'olnleil ami it hill unrk in uniiiihii, ir,,i,.ni ,.,,,,! ri furthermore nrranged with the Torn- whero this particular species of fruit tolml ndnilulstratlon.lo apporllon the fly Is known to havo Its habitat In ex-,1"" ln,Kvr uln,"lH a n'M Mn '" eecdlngiy small numbers. Such work,lh Hl ,lie vnii.ms districts In the exclu to bo successful from n scientific and J1"'1 ,f ' '" l,u1Ht- ""fortunately, tho economic standpoint, should only boirmlt "" llu lncf licen discovered In iindeilakeu by entomnloglsts of thein,moHl ov,.'ry ,llKtrltt "" t'" Islands hlgliest order and who have had pre-! J"'1 ", wMI""J ',0 '""K before tho In vious oxperlenco ill successful work 0f , ,e8,,all," wl" u, Kenerul owing to tho a similar nature. uninterrupted large areas of guavn "In U'. SIH est rl, who Is already pre-, n,m wlm ,r"s W,UI1 lvou along liarlng for the llehl. wo have ono of ll' "I'l101" 'lcs. theso men ond tho very best nutlinri- "In ew of (hanged conditions as ties Indicate tropical West Africa, to prealenie of fruit lly on tho othor (where lie Is going) as tho most suit-, Islands, thorn may perhaps be neies ttblo place to exploit) for 11 puraslto or Hy for a slight iiiudlllcntlon In 'tin. tho Modltoniincan fiult lly. If later Terrltorflil legulatlons ns now In on funds are nvullable. I believe It1 force. I do not think. howoNer. that would bo money well spent to assist limy clinngo should bo nuulo' until wo tins resealch worn by tho addition or have recehed an expression of npln another cquully good economic cnlo-llnii from tho district ami coiniuciclnl who urriu-d home this morning fiom.tnr A. 1 Judd. who reached New Ha- the miiliilaml on the llniinlulau, wnjcli yesterday to attend tho Yalo re- 1 I I Piilon. I l.owllilan Williams, now a student of I tho Shellleld Seientlllc School or Yalo, is tho son or J. N. S. Williams, and Is Bargains! Bargains! Wa deal In listed and unlisted secu rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Syn dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland Traction Preferred W. E. LOGAN A. CO. Room 17, Bacon Block, Oakland, Cal. FOR RENT i'l 11 11 cottuge In town with gas mid electric light and quiet neighborhood n2.00. A comfnrtabla renovated 1-bed loom house wit I) nil modern Improvements and largo lanal; complotcly screened 135.00 J. H. SCHNACK, 137 Merchant Street Giffard & Roth STOCK AND BOND BROKERS Members Honolulu Slock and lloud Dxrhange .Stungcimahl Hlilg., 10:! Merrhanl HL BR0. BENJAMIN Compound Herbalo Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Rented) Blood Purifier TRADE MARK ICurMlnJleejt!n,DysptTla.SourSto-n-ach, Uikof Appme. Heart Ituittrlnz, CJi nJ Wind 0.1 aiotna n, nioaiea irei Inr. I'in in Morrm ti aitfr Latin? , Skk He4acli, PitzinMt, Coat 4 Tonpue, liitiftuinen. Li tirirc. Dincut Itvtr. Chilli m4 rver, Mularla. Urtakbone, c.ua Tlwl I tinr. ijunJlr.lljfkairnii . Dlabftet, Gravtl.lnclpltTitFrlcM'a Dl- t. KMU- ScrolulAt r. sttttn Cures Ccn one of a number of lionor-nu'ii Hint I'nnalioii is ftout to tho Kantcm col IvKfB In ro(cnt yenrH. it.... ii. ..i-i i ii i-- i iniiiiikinL liiiti i uin 111 in nun l in is 1 11 11 iiii iiri'n n i 7Ti i if til u mi iini'ii a ifin 1 1 -- i im ling inn Hinppiiig oi mm nuiii "",. , .,-,.,.-,, -,. ' -,. ,,," "" "" " es$e.tluiMf irounj, ,ct'i til Ililo and way p.utn. No evi-l r."7 . - ' v ' "l. ' ' ITealdent (Ilffnr.l ...,i..i .,.. irell,lv aTPtWuir'"'"i'V.r"."'. i nf llm 111' lir,.iltiu imilor tinliir IK "III Known ill no a pesi 1)111 eXIHIH . , ' , ". - M,,jncnouJ.iTivi.u, . .,.. o or ino ii) lireeiintg under nntiir- ,, ,, ,. ',,,., ihow tho uttack on tho lies In hong ieimtn.WnnoveiWoriin.Cu llilillolis ill pineapples, bananas, "::,."""," ""'. '..." .'.-.'. J hindered liv Inek nf .,nl,H,. r,,n0.,,iin STB stlpiiion, Anaemic uxijiuon. or pears, nnd In aon.o other " ' " ..' , '' " . "'"y " " ." ami Iti this rest.ect 1 Is ei r eo . BQert Toic tor Wcn. H and In n iiuniher of vegetables --"-h v"""""1". '"." " V.' " ''"'u'."y frtlior thai, v iimi i.v,. '..ro.Tn atsl ti.oo n.rboMie.3toi2 B0.Gr been found, and tho Iloanl reconi- "f. . TV""" S"'.' """ "' .W"'.V" It. Ho declared 'thi fwl Vh , , M- Is that in flimli cases shlt.ment bo """ "" ..'"""'. ..'"""" '" ,""1 """and hard work mnri. re..rn,l,.niin r atsl HflrOn nR R nil by " m iiiim mi lorJO.OOl TWO HUNDRED LOTS TO BECOMEHOMETEADS More tlinn ?0u names of prospective l'omestenderR were drawn at tho Laud Commissioner's ollico yesterday, and theso will he permitted within tho next few days to select lauds In three districts on Oaliu, In Kau, and In North and South Hllo and Ilamnkua. Tho selection of lots on Onhu, In which Is Included tho Aien tract, will take place next Wednesday nt t tin laud ollico. There nro Hid applicants for theso lands. Tho fortunate applicants for the Kau tracts will mako their drawings at the district court house, Wnlolilnti, Knu, on Monday, July 1, anil the 1'iinn. Hllo and llnmukua lots nro to be selected at the laud ollico In Hllo on Thursday, Juno -7 C'lUliiiiicilin. w ....iitnu, ,,. .. ., , , . , . such pniasltle rcsciucli work (partlc.'",'" 1;Bl lo"'" ' lirovenieu iilurly that of tho .Mediterranean fruit clt'l"""g "'' r fr""- flvl Is nltom.ltier lirrditetnnttrnl ns to ?? I results, but the Territory has already succeeded on simllur Hues junior jirt oto orgunlzaliou and there Is no rca von why, under (internment auspices and with sullldent funds, a proportion' ate amount of success should not be obtained. In nuv case it would bo set The Cniimiinirs Itubber Company, rei'ently organized, resumed opera tions nt llrlstol, It I 111 view ui inu iirau in me ny uuu lliei", , , , ,; , :, , fact Hint n parasite booms necessary ,le(l V,lc" ll'11for al1 whether futiiio BEACHWALK AN OPPORTUNITY Swedish Gymnastics 1 39 Merchant Sfect Phone 2747 JWCWJTORCWWBfce Artlnllc Jab prlnllug run iiIimi)h be olilaliied from (he II 11 1 1 e 1 1 ii'k cum pl(itl) ciiilpinil job printing pl.ml. II 11 1 1 ft 1 11 Is iiilihllli'd lu bale tlie largest I'lmil.itluu. to control It, n stopping of tho present methods of campaigning might not be wise. When tho discussion was over, however, tho Commissioners seemed agreed that tho preventive measures now taken, ovon though not entirely tiective in checking tho past, should he maintained because of their partial elTectlVelicss. Mr. Glffard's Report. I In his report 011 tho frult-ny wnrlci search fur such a puraslto was to be negative lu results. The success of such work to n very great extent do pends on the selection of tho entomol ogists, not only for the Held work, but also as to those who handle tho ma terial after It 111 rives safoly at Its de' tliiiillou. I'or obvious reasons only II111 ,. i.iul ,iv,ii.rl(il,ml ,if tn,i l,t llild ..... .....nt ..,. v, ,.v .. ... ,,..,, ,,, ..,,n. class of special work should bo allow-' cd to handle such material. IB PALM CAFE $ Hearts are hard to win when one's complexion Is mailed by vs pimples, blockheads and HB blotches. .Strengthen your V charms, by keeping your W complexion clear, with Glenn's Sulphur Soap Sold by drufgliu. rliD'i Hill tri Wlulu Die, U4tk er Srewe, He. f,,r llm in, mil, lr..ul,l,.,il fllrrnnl nnlla' HllltO Illy insl report I llttVO reCCIV- uttentlon to tho Immcnso mango croiil''1 a communication from tho Chief of ... . it I 1 llwi I (1 1 Jin 11 if liitntniliffv nt u'nuli. wmen is inuKini; mo worn nn iinusiiai' ; . ,v ""'" "- ly hard 0110, tho fruit falling to ll.ol l,1,Bt0": 1)'i'" '" hlcl'.0 Informs mo ground by Hie wagonlond and furnish. tlint tho Congressional appropriation ' I in noabt tl.o Tnr.lrv lit Mm fKlllLfl,- campaign lias passed both Houses and would eventually llud Its way to tho ('resident for signature. If signed, the! appropriation will become available! on July 1st and will, of course, bo ox-' pended under Hie direction of tho Frrt ernl Bureau. Tho Chief Hutoinologlst, Dr. L. O. Howard, In asking for co-op-elation nnd advice, states that ho lias engaged a I)r Hack to direct tho ex penditure nml that the gentleman would In nil probability lie In Hono lulu early In duly. After the ai rival nt I)r Hack, tho Hoard will co-operate with the federal department In ex tending tho woik which will no doubt bo possible with the larger sum avail nhle. It goes without saying Hint l)r Hack will also lfdve lb Undertake work H B ThTe RICHEST And BEST Ice Cream Delivered to Any Part of the City TELEPHONE 2011 jam ...- jiLmlV.-.. jUi-L - JN. mmmmmmmmmmm I I MB i ..,. -r--yiini liilnil JliiiliMliftiiaWlstjMsfliiWriifteli liisw illii liassiiaill .a., - .uuiifciienUlUife v -.J k!L-... - uaf . J- -Jfc. - .A- t- , Z. S" t!- Im .irt.