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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISES, JUNE 27, 1909.
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IRUStCOMPAHVL-
We are instructed to offer for sale,
for a limited period, a desirable resi
dence in the Makiki District. This
property is large, more than half an
aere, well planted in trees and shrubs,
the house commodious and modern.
The owner desires to leave the country
and ha3 giveix us a bargain price.
rgains
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Felker premises Manoa Valley.
House and lit LunalUo street.
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WATERHOUSE TRUST"
Fort and Merchants Streets
Albert F. Afone
832 POET STREET
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER
Member Honolulu Stack, ul Boat
Exchange
ill DEVELOPMENT CO.
LIMITED.
STANGENWALD BUILDING.
F. B. McSTOCKER Manager
P. O. Box No. 268. Cable: Develop
Halstead & Co., Ltd,
STOCK AND BOND
BROKERS
LOANS NEGOTIATED
Measbers Honolulu Stock aad 'Bene
Exchange
DUEING YOUR ABSENCE
FROM THE ISLANDS we are
prepared to manage your estate
and look after your interests
here. You will find it greatly
to your advantage to place the
management of your affairs with ,
a capable and responsible con
cern. Come and see us as to terms.
Bishop Trust Go., Ltd.
BETHEL STREET
To Enjoy the Day
OBDEB A BIG FEOM
The Club Stables
FOET STEEET Phone Main 109
Let Us Talk
AboutfPictures
Whether you want to buy or
simply see, you will find
here hundreds of pictures
for inspection.
The subjects are happily
selected and there's not a
poor picture in the lot.
We also do the best fram
ing in the city and at the
lowest price.
SALE
LSJSI
P PICI1 FRAMING CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street, near
Hotel.
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FOJ? SALE
COTTAGES AND BUNGALOWS
KALIHI
a. 1-Story 2 b. r. cottage on
improved, fruit tree planted
lot, acre.....
b. 1-Story 4 b. r. cottage on
improved lot, 20,0x150....$
c. 1-Story 3 b. r. cottage on
improved lot, 95x190.......$
d. 3 small houses on 2 acres of
land; 1 acre taro . ,$
e. 6-room house on, improved
lot, 50x100
f. 3 b. r. house on lot 50x100.$
g. 2 b. r. house on lot 100x100.$
3,500
3,750
2,350
1,500
950
1,200
1,700
MAKIKI
a. 1 14-Story 8 room house, mod
ern, on improved fruit tree
planted lot, 75x100........$ 5,000
b. 1-Story 6-room house and im
proved lot, 50x100; easy
terms . ..$ 2,750
c 1-Story 8-room house and im
proved lot, 75x125, or ex
change . ...... t 3,750
d. - 2 b. r cottage, high eleva- .
vation and modern improver s
ments ...$3,200
e. 9-Boom modern home on im-
proved lot, 125x150... $ 6,800
f . 2-Story house on improved
Jot, 150x200 $10,000
g. 7-Eoom pleasant home on lot,
100x300, well improved lot.. $10,000
h. Large modern house in ele
gant condition on lot lOOx
298; artistically improved... $12,000
2 b. r. modern cottage, ser
vants' quarters on improved '
lot, Kewalo st .;......$ 8,500
9-Room modern house, serr
vants' quarters and stables,
electric lights, gas, etc. .. . .$ 8,000
KAIMUKI
a. .Bungalow, modern ana artis
tic, 3 b. r., It 100x150. $ 2,750
8-Room house on improved
lot, 200x300 '....' $ 3,500
c. Z otory House on lot louxdOU,
fine location...;. .....$ 2,830
2 b. r. house on well im
proved lot, 1 acre and a
half . ...................$ 3,500
3 b. r. 8-room house with
stable, poultry yard, etc., 1
block from the car line .$ 1,800
PUNAHOU
3 b. r. house, well built, on
lot of fair size. ...... .....$ 2,500
b. 3 b. r. house on improved
lot, 60x120. Easy terms. .. . $ 2,000
4 b. r. bungalow on lot
130x125. Improved . . .$ 4,250
CENTRAL .
a. 1 -Story 3 b.-r. cottage on
small lot close to center of
Honolulu ; modern ......... 8) 2,500
b. 1 -Story 3 b. r. cottage on
small fruit tree planted lot,
close to city. . $ 1,503
c. 1-Story 5-room house on im
proved lot, 50x120, Bereta-
. nia avenue........... $ 2,500
d. Handsome modern home on ..
improved lot, 100x150 $ 9,000
e. 2 Dwellings on fine lot,
, 75x290. . ......... J $ 8,000
f. Handsome 3 b. r. house on
lot 100x150.. $ 5,000
g. Modern home on improved
lot, 80x295....,-. ..$ 7,000
h. Largs 2-story bungalow, 9
rooms on improved lot. .... .$ 6,000
1. 2 b. r. house on small lot...$ 1,000
j. 3 b. r. house on improved
lot . $ 1,000
k. 2-Storv 4 b. r. home on im
proved lot. Easy terms..... $ 3,250
1. 3 Modern cottages on im
proved lot, leased at a net
income of 9 per cent.- oh in
vestment . ...... . $10,000
m. Large 2-story dwelling house
on -a laree lot. on the mauka
side of Beretania street $15,500
n. 2-Storv 2 b. r.' house, mod
ern . $ 3,250
0. 7-Eoom house on lot 50x140.$ 6,000
p. Large house and 2 small cot
taffes. all modern improve
ments . .... 9 8,000
a. 2 b. r. modern cottage on
lot 60x137. Easy terms $ 3,200
r. 9-Room house, Beretania st..$ 5,750
s . 2 Pleasant cottages on lot
55x90 .' .'. 5,250
t. Larcre house and 4 cottages
" on large lot, l4t acres $16,000
u. 8-Koom moaern Dungaiow
and small garage, on well
improved lot, 67x120.......$ 7,000
KAPAHUIAJ
o vsu-nrv Tinnse ' 8 rooms, on
improved lot, 150x200 $ 4,000
b. 1-Story 5-room cottage on
improved fruit tree planted
lot. 70x100 1.500
c. 6-Roora house on improved
lot over 1 acre in size, with
chickens.
wagons, tools, plow, etc $ 5,000
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PACIFIC HEIGHTS
l-Storv 2 b. r. rustic cottage on
improved lot, 100x100 $ 1,150
KINAU STREET
a.
3 b. r. modern artistic home.
on small lot. Easy terms $ 2,750
b.
2-Story 10-room house and
2-story stable, all modern on
irrmrnvpd lot 75x150. $3000
can remain on mortgage. .. .$ 4,250
e. 2-Storv 2 b. r. house, mod
ern, on well improved lot. . .$ 4,000
TANTALUS HEIGHTS
a. Beautiful modern summer
home on well improved lot,
IV. acres with stables, ser
vants' quarters, etc........$ 6,300
MANOA
a. 9-Room modern house on
improved lot $ 8,500
b.
2 b. r. modern bungalow on
lot 100x140 $ 3,700
7-Room bungalow, modern
improvements . 5 3,400
c.
Real EMe EJtage
82 S. King Street.
awl wmm nfmm
Yesterday many of the deep water
vessels left port. The British ship Glen
holm left the harbor an4 went to the
outside anchorage. The American ship
Dirigo with a full load of si)gar left
in the afternoon for Delaware Break
water via Cape Horn. The auxiliary
schooner Flaurence Ward of the Pacific
Commercial Cable Company, departed
for Midway Island carrying supplies
for the cable colony. The oil ship
Marion Chilcott, after discharging he
load of oil, sailed for Gaviota in the
afternoon. The schooner Prosper, load
ed with ties, did not leave for Eedondo
as anticipated. The American barken-
tine S. G. Wilder has also left for San
Francisco with a load of sugar.
A.-H.'s New Ships:
Seattle Times, June 9. The Amer
ican-Hawaiian Steamship Company has
awarded the contract for. three 9000-ton
steamers to the Pennsylvania Steel
Company of Sparrows Point, Md. An
nouncement of the proposed building of
these steamers was recently made in
The Ledger following the return of
officials of the company to New York
from an inspection of the Pacific Coast.
According to the advices received
yesterday from Philadelphia, the steam
ers are for the Pacific , trade instead
of the Atlantic, as originally stated.
The company is at present operating a
line from Coatzaeoalcos, the Atlantic
port of the Tehuantepec National rail
way, to New York, and two lines in
the Pacific trade, one along the coast
to Salina Cruz and one from San Fran
cisco and Puget Sound across to the
Hawaiian Islands, returning by way of
Salinaf Cruz. Recently the -company es
tablished an affiliation with the newly
organized Mexican Oriental Steamship
Company, operating from the Orient to
Salina Cruz, whereby the freight
brought, by ther latter company's line-
would be transferred to the American
Hawaiian vessels on the Atlantic. ShirP
pers believe that when the new steam
ers are constructed they will be placed
m the .facinc trade and three of the
smaller ones taken from the Pacific for
the Atlantic.
The business interests of the Hawai
ian Islands have been clamoring for
a direct line between the islands and
Puget Sound and shippers have under
stood that when the railroads now build
ing into this port were completed the
direct service would be possible. A
great part of the through business from
the islands will then come to the Sound,
the railroad time across the States from
Puget Sound will be quicker than in
the past and. the Hawaiian island-Puget
Sound line, it is said, will be one of the
many new steamship services which
will follow the building of the railroads
to the Sound.
t The steamers to be built at Sparrows
Point will be of the same type as the
newer vessels of the American-Hawaiian
fleet and, will cost $1,750,000 each.
Shipping Notes.
The German ship Alexander Isenberg
sailed June 20 from Hamburg for Hono
lulu with a cargo for Hackfeld & Co.
and the Pacific Fwtalizer Company.
C P. Morse, general agent for the
American-Hawaiian company at this
port, plans to take a vacation about
next October, spending much of his time
on the Coast. Under Mr. Morse's able
direction the A.-H. line has built up
a splendid freight traffic to and from
the Hawaiian Islands.
The cruiser St. Louis brought no mail
from the Coast.
: .
Author Have you read my new
book? Friend Yes. AuthorWhat
do you think of itf Friend Well, to
be candid with you, I think the covers
are too far apart. Pick-Me-Up.
Oahu Railway
TIME TABLE
OuiwAlL.
For Waianae, Waialna, Khukm ami
Way Stations :15 a. 1:S0 f. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations f7:30 a. m., 9:lf a, m.
11:15 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 j. m.
5:15 p. no., t9:30 p. m., til P- m.
' For Wahiawa 9:15 a. m., and 5:ll
p. m.
UXWAXD.
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka, Wal
alua and Waianae 8:J a. m., f:SI
p. n.
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa MiD an
Pearl City 17:46 a. m., 8:86 a m
10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. nu, 4:ll . .
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolnln from Wahiw
3:36 a. m. and 5:31 p. nu
The Haleiwa Limited, a tw-koa'
train (only lrit-elaii tickets konored
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:U
a. m.; returning, arrive in Honlal
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited atopa emlj
at Pearl City and Waianae.
Daily. tEx. Sunday. Sunday Omly
G. P. DENISON, T. C. SMITH,
Superintendent. G. P. c T. 1
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MARINE REPORT.
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(From Ban Francisco Merehanta Ex
.. ehange
Saturday, June 26, 1909.
San Francisco Sailed, June 26, S. S.
Alameda, for Honolulu.
San Francisco Sailed, June 26, bk.
R. P. Rithet, for Honolulu.
San Francisco Sailed, June 23, A.-H.
S. S. Missourian, for Honolulu. . , .
San Franciseo-Arrived, June 25,
A.-H. S, S, Alaskan, from New York.
Hilo Arrived, June 22, schr. Balboa,
5 p. m., hence June 16.
Hilo Sailed, June 25, S. S. Enter
prise, 7 p. m., for San Francisco.
Hilo Sailed, June 26, schr. Robert
Lewers, for San Francisco.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
AEEIVED.
Saturday, June 26.
"'XT. SS. St. Louis, from San Francis
co, 2 p. m.
Str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo, 7 a. m.
DEPARTED.
Am. sp. Dirigo, for Delaware Break
water, via Cape Horn, 2:30 p. m.
Schr. Flaurence Ward, Piltz, for
Midway, noon.
Str. Likelike, for Kukuiha'ele, 12 m.
Br. bk. Glenholm, to outside anchor
age (to await orders).
, Ar. sp. Marion Chilcott, for Gaviota,
3 p. m. ..
Schr. Moi Wahine, for Hawaii, 5
p. m.
DUE TODAY.
S.' S. RosedTans, from Gaviota.
Str. Kinau, from Kauai ports, a. m.
Maui ports, a. m.
PASSENGERS.
, . Arrived.
Per' str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo and
Maui ports, June 26. J. L. Gordon, J.
Miln(;r, Mrs. Milner, Misses McAllister
(2), H. C. Meyer, Dr. Byar, L. A.
Baggs, W. Mayar, H. D Lee, J. F. Mer
rill, Miss Cable, Mrs. E. Gray, Miss
Postlewaite, W. Wright, Major E. Win
slow, E. Tuhomi, Miss Deyo, Mrs. Fol
som, Misses Lindsay (2), Miss A. Chal
mers, A. Constable, Geo. Mundon, E. P.
Irwin, Thos. Diynn, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs.
Castleman, B. McStocker, H. V. Pat
ten, Bro. Albert, Bro. Mathias, Bro.
Raymond, Bro. Vincent, Miss M. L. j
Rev, Yee'Woo, Rev. J. W. Gunn, Mrs.
A. J. Oapwell, B. D. Bond, Miss Bick
nell, Miss M. Woods, Miss Holstein,
Miss E. Akina, Mrs. H. Hanakahi and
2 children, IT. Laoa, E. Parker, Sfe E.
Jamieson, T. W. Gay, J. Rosenberg,
Capt. Howe, Miss Payne, Rev. E. T.
Simpson. Mrs. F. Murray, Mrs. J. D.
Koki, Jas. Parker, Sam Parker and
servant, Sam Parker Jr., Geo. Davis,
Dr. F. H. Raymond, S. Kahele, Mrs.
Kahele and 3 children, S. Chaney, Rev.
Shun Yin Chin, A. Nelson, H. Lewis,
Rev. W. F. Bingham, Rev.-Canon Ault,
Mrs. Ault, V. Fernandez, T. C. Daw
kins, ?iev. J. F. Jones, Rev. J. W.
Wadman, Miss J. Hansen, Mrs. W. F.
Dole. ?yTr9. Cockett, Kasorio, Mrs. Kaso
rio a ad infant, C. Hedemann, Dr. Cloos,
R. S. Hosmer, Dr. Douglass, H. F. Hay
selden and son, F. W. Pease, St. C.
Sayr. j and son, Mrs. Cloos. Rev. L.
Keclt, Miss F. Woo, Miss L. Kawainui,
Mrs. Susan Flint, H. M. Gittel, W.
Gr?--n, Mrs. Mary Pua.
Departed.
Per S. fcj. Enterprise, for San Fran
cisco, June 25. From Hilo: Mrs. Lud
loff, Mrs. J. B. King, Miss M. K. Na
ilima, Miss YL R. Nalimu, Miss Jessie
L. Newson, Miss Allen, Miss McCord,
Miss Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Capellas, Miss Porter,
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mrs. W. Beers, Miss
Mary Vieira, Miss M. Wise, Mrs. L.
Horner, Mrs. Scares Medeiros, Mr3. H.
Jenkins. Miss G. Howell, Robert Horner
and wife.
VESSEL? TJX FOET.
(Army ana Navy.)
Iroquois, TJ. S. station tug, Moses.
Kukui, U. S. L. H. T., Jobson.
Jap. cruisers Aso and Soya.
U. S. S. St. Louis, San Francisco.
(Merchant Veasela.)
Alden Besse, Am. bk., Denny, Hilo,
May 1.
Coronado, Am. bktne., Houdlette, San
Francisco, June 12.
Falls of Clyde, Am. sp., Gaviota, June
24.
Glenholm. Br. sp., "Williams, Iquique,
May 15, (at outside anchorage).
Mary, Winkleman, Am. bktne., Coos
Bay, June 12.
Mexican, Am. S. S., Tapley, Seattle,
June 19.
Prosper, Am. schr., Trainor, Xahului,
June 4.
St. Katherine, Am. bk., San Francisco,
June 9.
TEANSPOET SESVICE.
P-nford. at Pub Prancisco.
Dix, arrived Seattle from Honolulu,
June 4.
Losran. from Honolulu for Manila,
June 14.
Thomas, arrived San Francisco from
Honolulu, June 11.
Sheridan, from Nagasaki for Honolulu,
J une 22.
THE MAILS.
Mails are due from the following
nointo as follnr"?
San Francisco Manchuria, June 30.
Vancouver Per Aorangi, July 24.
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Orient Per Mongolia, July 6.
Colonies Per Marama, July 20.
Mails will depart for tae followinj
points as follows
San Francisco- Per Lurline, July 2 or
3. -
Vancouver Per Marama, July 20.
Orient Per Manchuria, June 30.
Colonies Per Aorangi, July 24.
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"Mamma." inquired little Waldo
Bunker of Boston, who is spending the
winter in Florida, "what is that body
of waterf " "The Atlantic Ocean, my
dear." "The Atlantic Ocean!" ex
claimed little Waldo, in amazement.
"Why, I thought the Atlantic Ocean
was near Boston! "Master, Mate and
Pilot. ..
"That drug clerk must be very old."
"Yes, he's an old-timer.'-:-He claims to
have seen a prescription once. "Pitts
burg Post.
THEATRE
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NEW
FEATURE FILM
Change of program three time a
week Monday, Wednesday and
Friday.
THE EMPIRE
MOTION
PICTURES
Thorough ventilation, com
fortable chairs.
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission: 10c. 15c, 25c
"AREO"
Vacuum Cleaning Machines are thor
ough, efficient and sanitary.
WILSON FEAGLEE, AGENT.
P. O. Box 101.
SHOES THAT WEAR
L. AYAU SHOE GO.
NTJTJANTJ ABOVE KING.
Barrettes and Gombs
The latest styles, just arrived.
EM RICH LUX
FOET AND BEEETANIA STREETS,
Harrison Block.
Koolau Railway
TIMS KCHEDTJLX
DAILY, EXCEPT BATHED AT,
SUNDAY AND HOLTDAYl
Lear Kahana for Pun&lun,
Hauula, Laie, Elahukn and
Way Stations at.... 11:00 M.
AjrriTe Kahuku at 1:00 PJ
Eeturning:
Leare Kahnku for Laie, Hau
ula. Punaluu, Kahana and
Way Stations at 1:41 PJ
ArrlT Kahana at t:4JPJi
9ATUEDAY, SUNDAY
AND HOLIDAY
Lesre Kahana for Pnnalnu.
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku an4
Way Stations at 11:60 A.K
1:10 P.J
AxriT Kahuku at 11:58 AJi
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Han
ula, Punaluu, Kahana and
Way Station at 12:SSPJa
S :00 P.M
Connections are made at Kahnki
with the O. R. & L. Co. 'a f:li a,
'rain from Honolulu, and the 8:20 p. m
train, which arrives in the eity at :!!
' JANUARY 1, ltOt.
r. 3. Dowling,
Superintendifnt.
. 8. Foiiirter,
Gen. Passenger k Freight Aft.
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Saturday, June 26, 1909.
N AMI or STOCK.
Paid CP v l Bid .
Mkbcamtilb,
12.000,000' 100
Swi
5.000,000!
ao
27! 27?i
Baw. Agi "cultmul ....
1 200,000!
100!
naw torn sugar to
HivSnFtf i'n
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750.000!
2.oon,oooi
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100
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2.500.000'
500,000!
19
Kekaha Sugar cii. .'.
to
800.0001
500.0i
3,00,000f
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100
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Onomea..
4
2i
41
17
20
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Olaa ttagar Co Ltd..
Olowalu
20
20
loo
4Vi
24
150
Pnauhau 8ug Plan Co
5,0iO.0(iOI
500.000
100!
100i
140
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Pla. r.MMM....M.....M4
750.0001
750,0UCj
.750.000l
240
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100
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100!
100j
10c
100
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watalua AgrlCo
Wailuku .
Watmanalo
Wai mea Sugar M ili""."!
MlSCBLLAHBOPa
Inier-IlDd 8 8 Co
4.500.000!
11,500.000
252,000
125.0U0
1K00
245
1M0
75
15-1
145
18C
Haw Kiectrlc Co....
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150 000
60,000
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vanlku Rubber Co .
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ORAL. Co
4.0004300
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Honolulu Brewing A
Matting uo Ltd
Haw Mueapple Co.
400.000
400,000
20
2'K
24
2C
B0KB8
Ami. Out
standing
Haw Ter 4pc (Plv
Clalmsi
Haw Ter' pc(Ko.
815.000
600,100
1,009,000
1.000.000
1,044,000
lunaing 105.....
Haw Tpt n r
Haw Ter 4H pe,
naw ier p c....
Cat Beet kiug & Kei
lu B p c . ........
Hulk ll K n
1,003,000
225.000
1C1
UK)
Hamakua Ditch Co
tQDDerditrht Ma
200,000
to!
Hawaiian Irrigation
CO nn, 20 p C paid.. .
Hawaiian Irrigation
745.CCC
21
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Haw Com & bugar
Co Snr
5!,00ti
HiiO K R Co'epC
1.240XOC
1.00O,O0ffl
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rionokaa Hug v,o 8 p
Hon R T A I. P a n
450.000
647.000
2,000,000
2.00000
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Mchryde 8ug Co 6 p
ORAL Co 8 p c
Oahu Htlffar Co K n
Olaa Sugar Co 8 p c...
101
raciDc sugar Mill
Co a a
soo.000
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S7.5C0
100 .w
104 10
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Waialua Ag Co S p c.
1,250,000
100,000'
23.125 on U00 paid. t&0 per cent.
Paid. .: :;-:):. -' -': ;'. j'
Session Sales.
$1000 Waialua 5s, 100; 5 Ewa, 27.50;
5 Oahu Sug. Co., 29.50 ; 60 Haw. C. &
S. Co., 30; 5 Ewa, 27.625; 170 Oafca
Sug. Co., 29.25; 5 Oahu. Sug. Co.,
29.375. . , .; .
A Between Boards.
$5000 Waialua 5s, 100; $5000 O. E.
6 L. 6s, 102. v
LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES WEATHES BTJBEATJ.
Honolulu, Saturday, June 26, 1909.
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First quarter of the moon June 25.
The tides at Kahului and Hilo occur
about one hour earlier than at Hono
lnln. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
SO minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 157
degrees thirty minutes. The time whis
tle blows at 1:30 p. m., which is the
same as Greenwich 0 hours 0 minutes.
Snn and moon are for local time for
the whole group.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
. . Section Director.
METEOROLOGICAL EE COED.
wjei Every Sunday Morning by t
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau.
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Note. Barometer readings are cor
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errors, and local gravity, and reduced
to sea level. Average cloudiness stated
In scale from 0 to 10. Direction of
wind is prevailing direction during 24
hours ending at 8 p. m. Velocity of
wind Is average velocity in miles per
hour.
TO B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director.
Mrs. B. If I should die. would you
ever forget me! Mr. B. I think not.
The doctor said that I will suffer'frora
dyspepsia all my life. Kansas City
Journal.
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