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8 We Ask "WHY ow lTlfl U'TKMUWBTT!!1?! VJtxtVtftl Q.' What is good for my couh? A. Avar's Cherry Pectoral. Q. Sow long lias it been used? A. Seventy years. Q. Do doctors endorse it? A. If not,ve would not make it Q. Do you publish the formula? A. Yes. Or. every bottle, Q. Any alcohol in it? A. Not a single drop. Q. How mayl learn more of tin's? A. Ask your doctor. He knows. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral rnnrf tr Dr. J. C. rw t Co., Iweil. Hail.. U. S. A. BUSINESS OAKDI. rUON "WORKS CO. or eTry iacrlpUon mad to Ttpr. il EOF IS Boston Post: Dealers in clothing of stylo and warmth, together with those who had furs and other cold-defying raimonl to sell, flocked to tho Hotel l.iimu in numbers yestcrdny in response to t.ho clarion cull of O. Lunai of the island of Lanai, in tho Hawaiian group It nppcnr that Mr. Lanai, for whom? ancestors his island homo was named, arrived in Boston for tho first time in liis life just in season, to bo caught in a regular, full grown, Now England "cold snap." Down in tho little island of Lanai, where Mr. Lanai has made Ills homo for all tho years of his lifo, the tropical breezes aro -wont to blow oyer a beautiful bluo ocean. Then Mr. Lanai Princo ,Lanai, if you please enmc to Boston, falling to provido himsolf with heavy clothing. While at tho Lenox tho cold Hiinj) arrived. Prince Lanai waa in despair. Prince Lanai called for tho clerk, and explained tho situation. The clerk suggested that tradespeople bo telephoned for. It was no easy matter to bring tho desire! result afcout, but ovontnnlly tho men with cold proof garments and shores arrived, finding a ready customer. "Boston is a delightful lint a chilly city,' said Prince Lanai. "Soon 1 go back to tho Tslnnd, where snow comes not. Hero I shiver and shiver." T- IS QUIETLY GROWING Quietly, without fuss or noiso, "but effectively, tho boom for D. L. tho territorial treasurer, for appointment as collector of tho port after tho turm of the incumbent is up is proceeding. Mr, C'onkling is receiving many assurances of support in his candidacy, ho reports, and tlieso aro eoming from thoso best in a position to bo on the end of tho wires when tho matter eomes up boforo tho President for final action. Mr. Conkling will not etnto at this time just where "his backers are or jnst -whom they arc, but ho appears to feel rather confident that the nnmo of Conk-ling will bo up on tho bulletin board when, tho announcement as to tho winner of tho rnco for tho collectorship is wired here from tho Capital. i t m WM. H. M'LEAN DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO James Lv McLean, rccc'ivod a. cablegram, from San FrancTsco yestorday announcing tlie death of his brothor, William H. McLean. Tao latter had been a resident of San Francisco for many years, tie attended a business collego in California after leaving school horc, and on returning lo the Islands was in the law office of Cecil Brown and later with tho L-L B. N. Co. William McLean leaves a widow and two daughters surviving him. Ho was the son of the late Ueorgc E. McLean of. this city. H OREGONIANS COMING. Indicative of the growing popularity of Hawaii as a Mecca for tourists is tho news that a party of Ashland, Oregon, people sailed from San Francisco for tho Hawaiian Islands January 27, nnd will pass tioroo months here. They are bringing their automobiles with them. In tho party aro Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Carter, Mr. and .Mrs. D. It. MIIIb, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Denton Bowers, - COMES FAR TO WED. Mil Dorothy BehucUe of Tacomo, Washington, and Curt L. Ilogan of Honolulu were married yesterday morning ijv Tlev. avid 0. Peters of the Christian Church, at tho parsonngo. Mrs. ITogan cuijio to Honolulu on flic tj bo married, arid the younj tousle wilt make their liome here. B, MARINE REPORT. By MorcbinU' EicbaiiBa. I Seal He January 31, S. S. Hyados will Bad for Honolulu February 1. San I'ranct.co Arrived, Fpbrnary 1, 11 n. m., S. S. IHlotiinn from Hilo, Jnn. 21. IIIIo SbIIc.1, January 31, S. S. Enterprise for Hun lYaneuco. Papeete Snllod, January 13, Bkl. S. N. Castle for Honolulu via Panning 's Island. PORT OF HONOLULU. AMOVED. Tuesday, January 30, S. Mongolia, from San Fi a. in. 8tr. Wailclo, from Island ports, a. m. Ship lfrcida, from Hamburg, off port. Htr. Kilnuca, from Kona, n. m. Btr. Mnuna Loa, from Hawaii ports, a. m. Wednesday, Jnnuary 31. C.-A. S. 8. Mnrama, from Sydney, via ports, a. m. Sji. nifrieda, from Hamburg, p. m. Str. W. G. Hall, from Kauai ports, a. in. Str. Niihau, from Kauai, a. m. Str. Claudine, from Hawaii, n. m. Schr. Kn Moi from Mnui, a. m. M. N. S. S. Honolulan, from San Francisco, a. m. C.-A. S. 8. Marama, from Australia, a. m. C.-A. S. S. Zcalandia, about 10 a. m. . -" P. M. 'S. S'. Korea, from Yokohama, probably p. m. " M. N. S. S. Honolulan, cisco, a. in. C.-A. S. S. Zealandia, from a. m. ' r " I. M. S. S. Korea, from Yokohama, ?. in. DEPABTED. . S. S. Mongolia, for Yokohama, p; m. Str. Mauna Kca, for Hilo and way porta, n. in. Str, Kinan, for IChuni ports, p. m. Str. Nocnu, for Kealia and ports, p. m. C.-A. S. 8. Zcalandia, for Sydney, via Suva and Auckland, p. ni. btr. W. 0. Hall, for Kauai ports, p. m. M. N. S. S. Wilholtniua, for San Francisco, a. m. C.-A. S. S. Mnrama, for "Vancouver, p. ru. Str. J. A. Cummins, for Waimnnalo, a. ni. ( Str. Wnllolo, for Hawaii, a. m. Str, Mauna Loa, for Hawnli, p. m. C.-A. S. S. Zcalandia, for Auckland da ports, p. in. Schr. H. D. Bendixsen, for San Pedro, i. in. Schr. Spokane,1 for Pugct Sound, p. oi. (Jnnunry 31). PASSENGERS Arrivod. Par str. Kilauca, from Kona and Kau ports, Jan 30. T. C. Whito, 0. 13. Bry- ant, II. Wullaco, JUiss j. u. Aiassoy, Miss A. Jurrott, Mrs. Wlchman, M. F. Prosser. H. G. Wlnltloy, cj. Uoltc, ii U. Smith, Mrs. Mossman, Mrs. Naiwa, J. B. Wilder, S. U. WilUor, J. r. u. Hagens, Miss A. Davis, u. u. wnti, w. P. Frost, J, Gardner, Ban Kubina, H. 11. Penhallow, II. Becker, Win. Lanz, it. Shinglo, II. B. Brown, J. llarvoy, b. Xutsu, Tong Kau, DO deck. Per S. S. Mongolia, from Sau Francisco, Jan 30. Mrs. Sue A. Adams, E. It. Ball, Mrs. W. Blrtholf, Henry P. K. Brooks and wife, B. B. Brown, Jr. and wife, Koland Brown, Junius M. Burns and wife, -Miss Mary K. Buni3, Mr. Burnsido, Paul Buseb, Governor Geo. R. Cakcr and wife, Mibs Phoobo Carter, Geo. B. Ohainplin, P. F. Curran, Mrs. M. B. Bavis, Miss A. E. Davis, M. Bo.ui, Mis. Mary K. Mrs. It. S. Douglas, K. A. EvarTS, and wife, Master lioraco P. Evnua, Mrs 1). IS. iincn, v. u. iitzpairicic, miss Paulino Ford, Mrs. F. M. Gage, O. Gardner, Mrs. Win. H. Grundy, Miss M. It. Gruudy, J. F. llackfeld, L. C. llainilton, P. Hart, E. HildoVraud and wife, 0. W. Hill, IiL h. Holbrook, K. 1). Holt, J. L. Bodgo and wife, Mastor P. Hodco and nurse, Br. S. Fosdick Junes, Arthur B. Jones and wife, Mrs. Henry Jones, T. lunuoy, .miss iikuiu Iviunoy, F. Koch and wife, J. C. Lolor li. Landroth. Mits Annlo B. Landrctli, Mrs. Ida M. Lawrence, F. W. and wife, J, A. Maddox, W. W. Marshall, Mrs. M. McMillan, Miss Marie McMilnn, J. B. Mercer and wife, M. Miller and wifo, Mrs. Harriot Miller, Miss Agues P. Moore, J. 0. Morony, and wife, Prof. M. 11. Norwood and wife, H. It. O'Nell, Col. Sam Parker, a N. Parker, E. A. Peters and wifo, Miss Carrie Peterson, 0. Prusor, Mrs. Elizabeth Powell, C. M. Hadford and wifo, E. It. Roamos and wife, A. F. Hobinson, Br. M, A. ltobinson, Miss ltaehaol Hobson, L. Schlichtcr, L, A. Schroiuor and wife, Miss May Louiso bchreiner, Mrs. H, P. Schferin and maul. v.. L. Sheets and wife, T. I. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1012 SEMI-WEEKLY. Btuccy and wifo, Miss K. Strickler, "W. 8. Thomas and wifo, J. F. Tritch and wife, Miss Tuttlo, 0. H. Van Campen, Mrs. 0. 31. Van Campen, Mrs. B. C. Wnshmirno, L. Woinzhoimer, W. Wells, Miss Juno Whtttemorc, Mrs. II. Williams, Mrs. A. M. Williams, Mrs. J. Williams, Miss F. Willlimis, L. "Wolcott, Mrs. h. W. Wolcott, F. Zimmerman and wife, II. G. Bridge nud wife, Miss I. L. Bowden, T. J. Larkin, Sirs. T. J. Larklri, J. P. Borrnncc, J". S. Barnes and wifo, Prof. A. Buibank and wife, Jus. 1), Hart and wife, G. Panajoth Per C.-A. 8. S. Marama, from Jan. 31. For Honolulu: A. P. Gib- sou, 8. Price, J. C. Penny, M. Swift, Br. and Mrs. Kuum, F. Congdon, W. J. A. Fitzmnurice, M. Hosenblcdt, Mr. Bobbins, Mr. Shrimplln, Beals Wright, E. McLoughlin, Mr. and Mt. I Mr, Lamed, F. Bonnelly, Mrs. Bonnclly and two children, E. Prior, Mr. Manthcco, A. Werno, J. Hughes, A. P. Gillinders, A. Stephens, B. M. Rogers, W. C. Withers, I'or str. Clnudlne, frpm Hawaii and JUnul ports, Jdn. 31, A. J. Tait, H. -V Itnptinrl. Br E E. Collin, A. A. Wil' fon, I H Ainliti, C. M. Horn, a Y 1012. Mum A. Kniunn, K. B. Ltugnte, JKnn, Robinson, W. A. Hnrnsey, W. J. Harming, Mr. T. Holstoln. 1. 0. HI- rnncisco, !lv. Mrs. .1onreiion. Mite J. Williams, Wnilnomlav. .Tnmmrv 31, 1012. iO. Duarto, Mr Duartc, A. Fernando:, Yokohama Sailed, January SO, S. S. i.Mr. Ihitro, Ting Pnt, T. Mori, K. 8ato. Sltinvo Mum for Honolulu. i.T. Nui, Ho Sam, Goo Kwan and 3U ?an 1'rnnelsco Sailed, January 31,, dee. Harkentlnc Irmgnrd for Mnhukonn Thursday,' February l, iwib. San Francisco Arrived, January 31, midnight, S. S. Cldvulnnil, honce Jan. 25. I'or str. W. 0. Hnll, from Kauai ports, Jnn 31. J. J. Boas, W. ifyl'qub mnnn, Y. Monkawn, L. A. Quonan, S. E. Scott, L. K. Mnlilleon, Y. Akau, Bishop Bestarlok, J. J.1, O. 8toke and IS deck. Per M. N. S. S. Honolulan, from San Francisco, Fob. 1. Mr. and Mm. "W. Ij. Alger, M. AWiulor, C. P. Bocbee, H. P. Brown, Mr. and rs. C. E. Bay, Chas. I)odqn, Miss Violet Ellwood, V. K. Floworrcd, W. S. Goodfellow, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hall nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. llolnbinl, Mr. and Mrs. Ij. I Jones, II. C. McLaren, Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Micnels, Bishop E. W. Osborne, Br. and Mrs. Win. Pntton, Mr. and Mrs. P. Pichon, F. K. Vandu lutto, Arnold "Rath, Mrs. J. W. Bath, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Savage, Henry Storneman, Ij. Taen, Mrs. W. W. Thayer, A. P. Tom, Mr. and Mrs. W J. Wnlkcr, It. D. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wxlglitsou. Per S. S. Zcalandia, from Vancouver, Feb. 1. Miss Borothy Schuitze, Miss 0. M. Craufurd, Miss C. 1 Craufurd, P. W. Craufurd, Goo. Donald and wife, Josslo Mnv Donald. Jcau Donald. Allan Donald, Miss M. Johnson, Mrs Janet Porter, Mrs. U. Wilson, .Mrs. Anyra u. Allon, St. Geo. Jellctt, Mrs. G. E. Mac- donnld, Mrs. S. Miss i Avondoglis, P. W. Bcdmond, Miss J. A. Kodmoud, Miss K. Hughes, Mrs. B. P. Orecr, Miss O. Greer, Mrs. John Williams, R. P. McLennan and .wife, Mibs G. McLennan, I'red R. Iiacks, G. Vf. ) Thompson, Mrs. John Atchcrley, Mat ter J. AtcheTloy, Miss Coustns, V. H. Darker nnd wife; Miss Barker, E. C. ,Emery, J. G. Edgar, Mrs. T, L. Cruse, E. J. Butler and wife, J. S. Pendy- t'raBs, Cnpt. W. P. Lovcll, Wm. Stewart, 'Miss Shaw, Mrs. Bushby, H. Stowart, Mr. Powell, Leo winuitii, u. fon, 1). Forster. Per S. S. Korea, from Uricnt, Fob. For Honolulu: Mrs. S. II. Hewlett, 11. M. King, F. W. Holt, NewlanJ Mero- dith, C. L. Mend, Mrs. C. L. Mend, Mas ter Georgo Meau, P. U'lliggtns, Mrs, P. O'HiKgins. Through: J. E. Brown and wifo, Master Ransom Brown, Mrs. G. C. Buell, Master .D. Bucll, Jno. J. II. Pagan, "W. S. Fleming. G. V. Hcnne, Jack Johnson nnd wife, Bj L. ICirshncr and wifo, C. E. Lynam, It, S. M'cDonnld, Mrs. M. P. McCormick, L. B. Mandcll and wifo, Mastor Man-doll, A. Nagaynma and wife, K. S. P. Wcstaway and wifo, Miss Jean Wcstaway, Master W. Wcstaway, Jliss K. Wilson, L. V. loungwortu and wife, H. W. jVndrcws, Miss Bcssio Houscr, Master Jack Wcstaway. Departed. Por S. tj. Mongolia, for Orient, Jan. 30. Mrs. II. A. Bate, Miss M. Bate, Miss W. Bato, II. 35. Crcwdson, Miss B. Bolf, Br. J. B. Harves, Mrs. J. B. Harvey, T. J. Johnson, Mrs. B. L. Miss Ij. McGnughoy, Br. C. B. Peck, Miss K. G. Peck, "W. W. and wife, Miss Lloyd. Por str. Klnnu. for Kauai oortsj Jan. 30. MIbs Mno Brown, E. C. Smith, Dr! W. L. "Wood and Mrs. Lnnison Mrs. M". Kaoo, A. Haneberg, II. T. Ifaysclden, Arthur Berg, A. S. Wilcox and wifo, Mr. J. Pnwley, L. li. uaralco, G. N. Wilcox, Br. Sandaw, Mrs. W. L. Bowers, 0. II. Wilcox, L. S. IBarth, W. Werner. Per str. Manna Ken, for Hilo, via! way ports, Jan. 30. Rev. P. Cowan, J. w. vvaidron, juiss in. uuiiiuun, alios u. Lambert, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. A. B. Graham. Mrs. E. B. E. "Whito, E. n. Floyd .Tones and wife, O, J. Woodward and wifo, li. S. Rising and wife, A. It. McLair and wife, Jas. Russel, If, Akana, W. B, McCallum, T. Nokoni, sin, T. K. C'onrnut, Mrs. A. J D. T. Boardmnn, Lonquist, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lufkin. Per M". N. S. S. Williolmma, for San Francisco, .Tan. 31. Mrs. W. L. Wood, Mrs. R. B. Lamson, Mrs. A. J. Adams, W. F. "Williams, Mrs. V. L. Tennoy, Master Tennoy, Jbhn J. Craig, at. Ji. Paco. Mrs. K. B. Curtis, Mrs. With row, Miss Withrow, E.. B. Welsh nnd wife, W. F. ItoWnson nnol wire, i. a Hutchinson and wifo. Miss A. C. Bag loy, Mrs. J. L. Brown, F. B. Adams and wifo. C. K. McClelland, -wife and two children, John Martens nnd wife,, A. Kayscr and wife, Mrs. E. T. Sterling, T. Lavello and wifo, J. A. Buuu, Mr. Znnn. G. F. Bush and wife. Miss Maud Shoemaker, W. 0. Alexander and wife, V. G. Brown, H. w. Marsii, a. J. Wothorald. Br. W. Tj, Wood, Mrs. G. B. Richmond, Miss Richmond, Miss R. B. Adnms, J. T. Mooro, Mrs. J. J, Maxncson Mrs. Geo. BedwicK, Mrs. ueo. w. ivon yon, F. Scully nud wifo, W. B. Stock hnni nnd wifo. Mrs. R. Lishman, W. T. Montcomerv and wifo. Miss Carolyn Church, O. A. Bltan, II. Roicr and wife, Miss I. h. Ferguson, Dr. C. A. Way. land nnd wife, Mrs. W. S. Ulaytou, U G. Bockus. A. B. Shoomako, Mis. W, Trncy, Miss L. Tracy, G. Lombatd anJ wifo. Per str. Mauna Loa, for Hilo, via way ports, Jan. 31. James uardncr. Per C.-A. S. S. Zealandin. for Auckland, Feb. 1. F. W. Cano, Miss G. Cnpt. Whlthead and wifo, 0. T, Urifflth, R. Humphries and wife, P. Barnard, Miss F. Hawthrone, C. Robertson, Miss Robertson, J. T. Simmons. and Wire, J(cv. tsnyuer, a. a. ;. A. Burton and wire, von irx cal Co. (5), J. Rowan, is. n.. luiiier, Miss Miller, lr. and Mrs. vm. rancu, P. Pinchon and wifo, A. P. Tom. OIL PRICES ARE STEADILY RISING NEW YORK. February 1. The "prices of oil havo been steadily rising since tho United StateR courts dis solved tho Standard Oil trust. H COTTON COMPANY NOT SO HARDY NEW ORLF.ANS, Fobrunry 1. Tho iy ir. TTardv Cotton Company, unablo lo stand n recent financial strain put upon it, has failed. ATTELL WILL SCRAP MURPHY. BAN FRANCISCO, February 2. -A match between Attoll and Murp'iv to eonm off March 9 has been arranged Hi EG IE TOLD THE PRESS Someone "in Whom the Presi dent Has Confidence" Coming to Investigate. By Ernest Q. Walker. (Mail Special to Tho Advertiser.) WASHINGTON, January 18. Tho Interesting go&slp of tho moment about Jlnwaiinu alfalrs hare centers upon tho rononiinntion of Governor Frenr. Early in the week Belcgato'Kalaninnnolc saw President Tait. Coming from the WJiito House, tho Belegnte announced that tho President had told him n mnn would bo sent to Hawaii to Investigate charges against tho Governor. Tho Belegato assented to this being made public through tuo newspapers and ho also assented to its being cabled to certain persons in Honolulu. 'I'h Tfllirmfn nrio.ka tn hm Rfntpnlpnt. but the interior department claims to have no information uenring upon tho subject. Tho fact that Prcoident Taft has bcon confined to tho white House for tho two days sinco tho announcement wns made by the Belegnte may no a reason why tuo President has not communicated to the secretary of tho intorior about it. Bccauso of the Presi dent's indisposition it has not been fcnsiblo to reach him at tho white Houso and ascertain whnt was actually promised, but this will undoubtedly be 'made plain by cablo before this letter rcacnes nonoiuiu. At the interior department it is sug gested that the matter of Governor Frear's reappointment may bo taken up within a week or two, in spite of the faet thnt the Kuliio charges, which liavo been sent to Honolulu, will hardly linvo time for return within that period. An impression gained ground In Honolulu, apparently from cables received here, that a special agent would bo sent to investigate the charges. Accbrding to the information from the Delegate, it was not asserted that a special agent would bo selected, but that somo one would bo who could look into the matter and in whoso judgment tho President would have confidence Kau BUI Assured. Tho Kau Ditch Bill, in which John T. McCrosson is interested, passed the house Monday, with slight amendments and virtually no debate. An effort was made br Representative Fowler, of Illinois, to includo nn amendment "thnt threo per cent, of tho gross of all water power hereafter developed on this ditch shall bo paid into tho treasury of the Territory of Hawaii and become a part of tlie rovenuo thereof." It was ruled out on a point of order and failed of consideration, because it was offered too late. Tho bill now goes to tho senate for consideration As far as outward appearances arc concerned, it should have plain sailing at that end of the Capitol and becomo law without much delay. Tho Belegato has introduced a bill ''granting a franchiso for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a street railway system in tho district of South Hilo, county of Hawaii," which has bcon referred to tho committee on Territories. Tho Honolulu colony hero is thinning somewhat. Several of the party that havo been with tho Prince over sinco tho beginning of tho session of congress nro depnrting. Col. Sam Parker and Ernest Parker havo loft for home, taking with them tho ashes of Mrs. Bavis, of Honolulu, who died from pneumonia in New York. C. W. Ash- ford, after a considerable sojourn here, has departed for homo by way of Detroit, where he formerly resided, and Winnipeg. Dolegato Opposos rairchild. W. A. Kinney has come over to Washington from Boston nnd is to aid In tho hearings in behalf of Senator Fairchild's bill affecting school lands. Tho opposition is very strong and nn opinion prevails that tho bill will havo a hard time getting through congress. Tho Belegato is credited with being opposed to it. Lcland S. Conness, editor of t'io Hilo Hornld, is in Washington. Ho nha been to the treasury department to inqulro about tho prospects for the Hilo public building nnd had a long talk yesterday with Assistant Secretary pf tho Interior Adnms. Mr, Conness says tho impression he gathers from tho interior department is tint Governor Frcar will surely be reappointed. "I boo nothinfj olso in prospect," ho nddefl, "Tho oflicinls of tho interior department expect tho Governor to have another term." 4 I MIKES GOOD IN THE EAST Lowthinn Williams, son of J ,N. S, Williams, manager of tho Kahalul Rail road, Maul, is making an enviable record at Yale. Ho is listed lis first honor man in the Ynlo Freshman class, At Punahou Williams excelled not only in class work, but in athletics. In addition to graduating with second honors ho took a worthy part in a number of collego athletic activities and was known as an all-round good student. Williams is one of a biir coterie of youths who bnvo gone Enst from Hnt wnii and made good in the big collfcgos and universities. STEAMSHIP CLEVELAND ARRIVES AT FRISCO SAV FRANCISCO, February 1. Tbo Cleveland of the Atrcrlcnn Hnp, ralllne from Honolulu on or wii(, 543 passengers, linn -Wed hero. lis lAKlK POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powder madofrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar HoAIum, He Li me Phosphate E FOR PINEAPPLES (Continued fronf Piige One.) nese of permitting the old stalk to stand after tho bunch is taken instead of cutting it. Doctor Wilcox is responsible for the announcement. "Tho old stalk becomes of course, infested with tho usual tribes of scales, weevils and other insects liv ing on their plcntilul sap and juice, But after tbo bunch has, been cut and tho growth is rotarded, the fcap becomes less free, tho plant moro pithy and tho scale ct al., less sleek 1 and comfortable. "jVs soon as this stato is reached, flln linfs cwfirm ,m flirt trulitfC rtni.li down again, carrying tho fccule over to a young stalk and settles it in comfortable eircHinstancci ngain." Instead attested to bv tho actual records of ob scrvation at the station, says Doctor "Wilcox. "It is not at all philanthropic," says tho director, enlarging upon his subject. "Each of tho scales has littlo tubes in its back out of which tho ants suck tho sweet juices which they collect from tho stem nud as soon 'as the supply dwindles they take them to better quarters. So yon see it is purely selfish "motives that actuato tho nnts." EMPIRE BUILDER HAWLEY IS DEAD NEW YORK, February 2. Edwin Hnwloy, ono of tho most prominent railroad men of tho United States, a president of soveral nnd director in a score of big enterprises including tho Newport News Shipbuilding Company, died horo yestcrdny, following an illness of soveral weoks. Mr. Ilawley wns sixty-two years of age. He was born at Chatham, New York, and nt an early ago engaged in railroad work, arriving finally at tho highest positions. Rovarscs camo at various times and tho big railroad corporations forced him to the background. But Hnwloy repeatedly fought them nnd of late years grew stronw in his railroad holdings. Ilawley was credited with being ono of tho first to urge upon tho federal government tho needs of forest and nrld lands reclamation. ' B v lie HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu, Thursday, February 1, 1912. NAM'S OF STOCK Ifcnftntlla. &iun jjiien uo os Natomaa con. ut uciiryde Uuk go et. t Oahn Sugar Co 6 p c! uiaa Hugar uo o p o. bugar uui UO UI..1 of being a ' ' fish yarn ' ' tho facts aro Pioneer M1U Co a p e Walalna As Oo 6 p e (JtDlUl. l'ala Up O. Brimr Oo 13,200,030 Buu. Ewi . i Tt.n. 6.000.COO uw. ARieninuiu... ljswcw Ilrw Con A Btl Oo. 2,m.1K ritw 8m Oo.. ...... ,ooo,ocrj Uonomm . . 7S0000 Honokaa .:... 2,000,000 lUltn I.HHVjOO Uutehlnaon 8nfr 1'UnUtton Co 2OO.dOO Kthtijtn . ........... 1,000,000 tiFEana oufar u.rc BO0.050 Koloa CO0.O30 Mcllryda Bar 0 Ut ?,W0,0O0 uinn uoitrui, 8,000 000 Ononea . ......... 1,000000 Oil Btttir O Um.. 6,000,000 l'iahu 8L FUa C 6,000,000 PeiSa . ...:.. in. 75C,O0O aia . ..ai.mc. 2,230000 rpkN . m....ar. 760,00: Pioneer S.7W.O00 Walalaa acrl Oa.... ,100,000 naiiuEn . . ...t.an 1,000,000 WaUnanala . ....... 253,000 Walmaa Bacar aUH, . 123,000 Ulaetuasmu Inlir lalanA D BT O. lliw Kleetri Oa URTiLOo Pfa. niTlLOi Ooa. UnlanI Tfl Oo OKA LOo Ulla K K Oo Pfa.... BUo K S Oo Oom Uonolalo Brawini Halllct Oo Ut Ban In Oo Lit Maw PlnatDl. 1 1 Tanjont Olni tun' Vo (raid tip) .. tPahani Kuh Oc (Paid op) ...... Bnnda Haw Ttr ape (flra Olaiau) Haw Ter ape rEfnni!ln lOOSi lHvr Torlpc publm 11 aw xer 14 p e.. IJaw Ter 4H p o.. Haw Ter 8H p o.. Cal Beet k St- nnine Oo Ope.., Hon Qai Oo 6i.... Uaw Con A Soear Oo 6 pi ., Hilo It It Si (Iua of 1901). ........ Hilo K B Oo Kef a tun uon 0.... ITonokaa Sue Oo 8 p el Hon K T h It Oo 0 p e Sm r no oa. . . . i..i " 1.. '."'. il.c -".,'.-.,.... Mutual Tel fli juaus i aciuu uyuu imjjj. uuu luurciiva 4 o It A L Oo 6 P 0 MS0.000 760 000 lAtf.tOO 8O0COC 4,000.000 lM.MOJ 2.MJO.0C0 ICO.OOt X.0w mi.oai ttnl.oui ttandlng llOJOC 800.000 i.sccoon 1,000,000 l.UUOOO 1.2U.O00 600,000 1,340,000 1,000,000 1.R7S.000 600,000 620 000 600.000 Eoo.ooo ll,6l)0,OOC , 000,000 283,000 2X00.000 K0.COO 2.5,0tO 600,000 1.230,000 KflZ.OOO vi ttoo S3 1 33 109 2T 130 win 101. loo 100 100 1C1 Bid ISh ISO i'A o 2SW 170 4" itiH is 41 6V II 100 H IOTX loo 107M Mi. loa lis W tots lUiH lak 1SU i7 8K v I9H 8 ill 12S ltt TOOK loo RJH 100 "23.125 on $100 paid. iBodeenmbla at 103 at maturity. fSOOO sharea trcaa stock. Sales Botwoon Board. 1810 Oahu Sug Co., 3G.50; 25 Oahu. Sug. Co., 30.75; 100 Oahu Sug Co., 38; 10 Oahu Sug. Co., 30; l."0 Oahu Sug. Co., 39.75; 350 Olaa, 0.375; 100 Taniong Olok., 40; CO Pahang Rub. Co., 20.75; 5 Pioneer, 242.50; 100 Pioneer, 243; 40 McBrydc, 8.025; 000 nnw. C. & S. Co., 43.25; $2000 Olaa 0s, 04.50; $2000 Natomns Cs, 93.50; 50 Waialua, 127. Session Salr 35 Oahu Sug Co., 40; 59 Oahu Sug. Co., 40.25; 150 Olaa, 0.50; 10 Pioneor, 212; 10 Pioneer, 213; 10 Pioneer, 244; 5 Onomca, 49.50; 10 Waialua, 127.50; 10 McBrydo, 8.50. Sugar Quotations. SS Beg. Analysis Boets, 14s lOd; 5.17; 90 Beg. Centrifugals, 4.39. Dlvidonds. Feb. 1, 1912. Haiku, $1.00; Pala, $1.00; Pioneer, $2.00. MONEY TRUST PROBE IS HALTED WASHINGTON, February 1. For fear nf disturbing currency conditions of the country nt a time when financial affairs aro normally restless, tho investigation of the monoy trust will bo ilrt!'ivr,i until nfter election. ONSIDER NOW what it will cost and how much money you will save on your next season's fertilizer bill if you should buy your Nitrate of Soda and other Farm Chemicals and mix them yourself Your own brand MIXED AT HOME will be better than, any patent brand and is sure to have in it just what you want. Book of formulas and full instructions for Home Mixing will be sent FREE OF COST If you will send your name and address on Post Card Dr. WILLIAM S. MYERS, Director of Chilean Propaganda 17 Madison Avenne, New York NO BRANCH offices STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF OF HONOLULU, ASSETS. Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts , . , . . .$3,207,334.92 Bonds 882,230.42 Bank Prcmise3 & Fixtures 107,300,00 Customers ' Liabilities under Letters of Credit... 133,214.74 Rpal Estate v,.... 6,112.07 Cash and Buo from Il.mks. 1,689,089.88 Other Assets k. 2,211.00 $0,087,523.03 II , HAWAII AT THE OLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER 30, 1911. 111 LIABILITIES. Capital Paid Up.... $ 000,000.00 Surplus 500,000.00 Undiidcd Profits 85,057.30 Pensiou Fund ".,.... 35,557,97 Letters of Credit Outstanding ,..,.... 133,G0?.74 Diidemls Uncalled for.... 1,132.00 Boposits . ,,.... 4,732,200.92 $0,087,523.03 TERRITORY OF HAWAII, City ud County of Honolulu ss. ' ' ' I, A, LEWIS, ,f "!,, -Vice President nnd Manager of Tho Bank of Hawaii. Limited, do solemnly swear thnt tho above statement-Is true to tho test of my knowledge nnd "belief. A. LEWIS, JR. Examined nnd found correct: E, D. TENNEY, ) . E. F. BISHOP, ) Directors, II. II. WALKER, Auditor. F, C. jVTHEnTON, ) Subscribed and sworn to beforo rao this 2nd day of January, 1912. J. D. MARQUES, Notary Tublic, First Judicial Circuit, T. jI.