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, , IIOSOLULJD iSTAH-BULLEliN, . SAXU KD A Yf AUG. 1 T, 1 91 2.
For "a TmAmrrt cimrvr 'tit for ahv other meal at knv
! other timeTuie very latest thing in stovet -the best
mat sioTe-arasrs ccn go -i a .. ;
' Ivlei' T?cnSci ion
It Burru Oil
It " Concen
i ib VcsU
It Is Handy
It is Ready
' No Delay
Emtk Fr&ocUco, CaL
It coocectrte the hett wtcre you wast it '
U it u quick a got, rteef and haatf tha
coal, cKetper tKaa dectricttjr. ;.' -
THe New Perfealioe Store l WAoweV isiihed
m kkktl, ritk cabinet U, drop eWlvea, towel
rack, etc L. M3 wKb I. 2 or 3 kxnen
' All 6lrn carrr Ui New Perfection StoSe.
Fm Ceok-Book wiilt every itove. Cock-Hook k
'gnrea to anyone eeacliag Scoot lo com meiliag coeV-
STANDARD OIL CO&lPANY
I laeerpor !
Saa Jo;, &L
: Fresno, Co. .
: Spokane, Wuh.
: Tacotna, Waao.
of our quotations as it appears. Beet concealed, In baking cakes cri"c
sugars at 12s. lHd. today Is equal to'ing cusUrds. omeleta,-pies. etc. Vaer
4.5 1 c. for 96-deg. centrifugals at NewttraQc In eggs sold for drjlng anl.
York, and cane sugars at 12s, 6d. freezing has greatlx Increased in the!
"floating landing- is equal to 4.35c past few years, StriHly fresh marKet-1
j while recent Eales of two cargoes able eggs In the shell command a hlsH '
Javas (12.000 tens) to the United price and there is difficulty in mecUnv
Kingdom were made at qual; to the demand for them; but large quan-x'
jJ0c. here and Javas for September titles of questionable ; egg3, ofts
scipment (positly also July-August iwiigt at very low prices have been
OREATEVENT OF 1VEEK
ftere from Washington to organize the shipment) are ducted. at lis. fid. c & broken out for cookinsr turoose:: bv ?
YeaTv W.I! be M Cm- J l'eaeral. assistance to the fruit fly f. to New York, equal to 4.24c. landed disreputable firms, being preserved ly J fc.
in Unnhlirrii'e Rfiifrl ' wa5n. wr. v. ucox, cpeciai icr 96-degj test, which is some gnlde fieezing or drying unui ready for use. t . H
III nUilUIUlU d DUMU- 'agent. In Charge Of the U.-S. asriCUl- &a tn nnssihl tntnrt !n t la t Rrm rtMlan. hovciver. nflnnfarfur
TIi 2 rchllcrnan to the rijiht of the reader (sketched
' com life ) is wearing bid style or pasted double-vision-'
lenses. The lines of .the reading wafers are noticeably;;
prominent and he has difficulty in adjusting his, eyes
to the lenses. he cement used to.join the two lenses
has becono clouded and has made his glasses misty. ;
; 0 Tho two figures to the Jeft (sketxed; from life)
are wearing Kryptok double-vision lenses. iThere are ,
no scarps' on. these glasses, because the reading lenses ;
;are fused invisibly vwithiri; the distance lenses. These ;
latter, two persons are. at ease,; look dignified and
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f The Present
By far the .most notable event of
the week was the sale by the Terri
torial land . department of seventy
three 'house" lots Aun'alolimu,, the
Funchbowl slopes tract - These lots
were put up for thk highest ' bids at
upset prices, a large number of other
lots having been allotted at their ap
praised value, under preference rights,
to Portuguese .who had occupied
home, thereon for many years as sub
lessees of the Kapiolahi Estate. Those
who - went after" the -! lots in competi
tion at T this sale were largely of the
same nationality, and: as showing the
exemplary thrift of the race; they had
drawn from the!-three; savings banks,
within ' three days of , the sale, more
than 113,000, besides rwhich; many of
them were able to procure Joans from
the various banks. V v". -1 ' ; ?
With,;-only one exception the lots
brought, more than the upset price. In
some case . from two to four times1 as
much; io that 17,178.25 was realized
against; the total upset valuation of
S40,000..This result, tells' mlghUly'.of
the rislngi,value,of residence property
in thitv city" of Honolulu. ; Italso gives
promise of an' impetus to the present
buHdlng bopm, which Is going to break
the record ' this : year apart from the
Punchbowl building prospects." For the
first nine, days of jthis' month, permits
for new' construction represented Ian
estimated cost in the aggregate - of
1111,000, ?U Is hardly 'probable. hat
this'' pace will have to be recorded
for the; whole year, representing as it
does nearly four million dollars for
the 313 business days, yet it will tint
take, many spurts of the kind in the
twelve months to make 1912. memor
able in the growth - of Honolulu.
'iV v PORT ST REET.IIARRISON BLOCK?:'
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Gets dbwh tothe surface.
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the House, becau to
fir . ., i-.'v.- - -.
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'WORK IS DONE"
Your Grocer Sells It
Fred I. Waldron, Ltd.
Mountain King MTne. " : . .
;; c Following ; is anr extract from Con
sulting Engineer Ogilbie'js report cov
ering month of July. 1912," addressed
to the shareholders of . the Mountain
King Mining & Milling Co:, : ' :. ; i
."' .Tne tunnel level drift has reached
a . point. 269 feet ; from the '. beginning
PQlnt' thus making drive - for x the
mpnth ot 76 feet ' The vein continues
n its solid and uniform' condition as
noted in June report,' except the width
Increases . occasionally to, 10 and 12
feet; between walls ' There has been
a ' great change In t the ; character, and
value of the ore during the latter, part
of the month;r..Gold It vislhleanij. tnt,
zinc sulphides " predominate ,ln the
quartz; producing almost satisfactory
grade of ore.: Since lntersecUn' this
vein at station 155, the quartz is solid,
uniform ; and regular, -the'gauge Tary
ipg . from. 3 t .8 Inches on o6th the
faptwaUand . hanging walL At places
on the hanging wall for two feet thick
a traUfied slate and quartz filling
occurs; but generally' noticed, the vein
is "solid quartz, considerably ribboned
and all heavily mineralized. It is now
proyen that a ' vein ; of almost ;' solid
quartiiT carrying values the entire dls-
-tance,: varying from. 6 to 12 feet
wide, for. a distance of 114 feet Incas
ed in i permanent and uniform walls,
has been developed. It is my opinion
that the main lode has - been reached
where concentrated values may be ex
pected. This development has put in
reserve an immense ore body, the end
of which is nowhere in sight Esti
roaUng this vein to . continue lor 200
feet further,; with similar condiUons
of volume and value, it will intersect
,the rich shoot of ore developed on the
! 150'feet level between stations 425nd
475, whch should block out an im
mense ore body.of unusual values;" It
,is a Httlei premature to consider ore
volume or values, but the present de
velopment; warrants, me; in claiming a
very large reserve, : and as a. whole
with good milling values. .
There is every Indication that the
strike and difc of this vein will bcon
tlnuous throughout the property and
: that the vein will be s found at great
depths in both volume and value.
. .. . .
G. K. Harrison has arrived from
Washlgton to take the dutiesof dis-,
trict engineer in the water survey of
L. Maria tt, assistant chief of the
turar experiment stauon. reports a question, however, as to whether ' a' satisfactory product by" the use of
marked dlminuUon of the pest, which' these prices will be maintained, as we good eggs handled under propercondl
he attributes both ft the clean culture S approach the time to market the new tions. -scheme
and to predaceous insecu! European beet crop, now quoted at There U no objecUon to drying or
preying upon the ny. i ios 2d.. the parity of 4.15c. for cen- freezing good eggs under proper sanl-
A coto for speed in building con- trifugila. . Ury condiUons; in fact there are
21?- p 18 -Cin ?ade by- tne J r special advices from London seme advantage to be gained by pre
cinc. Engineering Co.. Ltd., in putting indicate that the recent sharp advance serving eggs in this manner, although
UP !tWnCretencased DualneBS block in quotaUons there was caused bythe the manufacturing proceises devisei
atT 8treet and Chaplain lane. i squeezing of "shorts" and not war- ; by man, as a rule, do not Improve the
Mountain King stocitholders here ranted by the condiUon of the grow- qrality of nature's work. " Condition
nave-received a report from Mr. Ogil- ing beet crop, which, although' need- of; modern life and. commerce must
ie, the - consulting engineer, giving ing rain in some parts of Germany, " however, he meat and dried eggs or
some detailed mformaUon about the gtvts promise of a heavy yield. eegs In a frozen condition may oe
vein lately struck as reported in th6l F. G. Ucht cables us that the shipped Ion-? distances. sn1 require
btar-iJulletin a few days ago. ! weather in Germany Is mostly.very fa- less space for. transportaUon and stor-
U Barkhausen. former manager of vorable for the crops and his early age than do eggs In the shell.
Pioneer plantation, has arrived from tests of beets taken from the fields U As the result of InvesUcaUoni ln
5! d wili sh0TUY proceed make a good comparison with those sUtuted by SecreUry WJlsotw the
to the Philippines, where he will take 0f previous years. lilted States . Department of Agricul-
the management of the Calamba sugar,, Keports from Cuba favor the grow- tare has recently issued two publlca--S:6"
t . ' log crop of that Island, i tions that give practical suggestions
ihere are sixteen men lecturing on Recently there have been several for correcting some of the existing
. n?W SecreJf r H .f- v!004 ?ales of PhUippine Island sugars from rracUces and conditlpns which are at
stated. to tiie Hawaii Promotion Com- store amounUng to about 5000 tons, least partially rer pom ihle for the un
mutee.r yesterday. Walter G. Smith, nflrt ft hvin h.n m at 3 22c. ratisfactorv Droducts: now found on
hil-?e V?UrIU bef!? Itilo lture basis 88 deg ex store. Cable advices'- the imarket There publications are
before the Camera Club of San Fran- from the PhiliDDines state that there' Bulletin 158 and Circular $8 of; the
is a good demand from China and Bureau of Chemistry, entitled, respec
Japan for Philippine sugars for July-" tIvely1A Bacteriologicar studv of
August shipment and it 18 esumatea &nen, iTozen ana uesircaieu jcrys v
that some 20,000 tons have been Uken and "Practical Snggestions fo" th,
bv the-countries mentioned at prices Preparation of Frozen and ' Dne4
figuring 10 to 20 points above Amerl- Eggs.
The tariff bill, as passed ;by .the
Senate on Saturday, and now in con-
Cisco - on August 26; gave a talk on
board the steamer Sierra on his way
to the Coast and distributed 100
copies of the Mid-Pacific Magazine,
ileadquarters are busy in sending out
the posters for tne 1913 Floral Parade.
. Bids for "the new; Territorial bond
issue have been made-; as follows:
Bishop & Co.. Honolulu, $50,000 at 101;
Hard coughs are bd cncui, to
be sure. But it's cflen thz 1!.
Ue, hacking, tickling pendent
cough that means the meet,
especially when there b a hl
c tcry cf weak Iuro la the family.
What should be done? As!: your
doctor. He knows. As!: hL-a
rJbout the formula on the hbei
cf ci'ary botfly of Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral Ack him jf this mcd
idne h?s his; fuil tpproval for
throated lung trcubls. Then
Ayer's Cherry Tcc'crcl
; h I ft C Iml Kiu, U. 3. K
First National Bank of Wailuku, 110
M'lif inniA. cita rinvinni lerence commiuee, nas no special w
and -Cleveland. S45O.O0O at 100.75.
1200,000 at 100.65, 3700,000 at 100.52;
Syndicate, New York, $90,000 at
100,062. ; '
: Admiral Ross, In a talk before Un
commercial Cfub on Friday, said wa-
nuence on present market conditions, '
as It is not intended to go into effect ;
until six months after final approval:
by the President It ia doubtful if the ;
bill will pass the House of Represen
RECORD OF SAUES ON THE HO
NOLULU STOCK AND BON D EX
CHANGE FROM 'AUGUST 15.1911,
TO JULY 3V 1912, INCLUSIVE.
? Hen. Gas Co. 6a
Hon. U. T.:& U
1 Co Cs ......
Kohala : Ditch
Kauai IL H. Co.
e - - - tI iMut TeLCo. 6s
Sugar Corporations.- ! o R & L. Co.
. Shares. Amount j ' r, -
Rir Plant r 91197 t fiftrt . . .
tativea without some change, and fi- ttA,un Rnfr n V Vq c'sss'nft J31- bu5-
tWr w,, m h n.T tn nal action at this session Is not yet ' aF Co r 132 - 3M20 00 Rer- uo c x
terwould.be turned .Into the -Panama ; ... ' isz Natomas Cons,
vauui iu juue nexi year, ana preaici- ; : , - . . 1." VJ4 - , - -
. SUg. UO. . . . . y,aiY . l,23.51U
Hawaii from the opening of the canal. GREAT INCREASE
A special meeting of C. Brewer &
Co.,lLtd.; sugar' I actors, etc will be
held on September 5 for the purpose
of Cat Cs
yjlawn. Sug. Co...
OF FARM WEALTH.
Hutchinson . Sug.
bf considering .jji increase of the cap-
ftof Cfrwlr". lkof to). n h. ,'tutlr'll.t:
Hehry Clews of New York, in his ; . .plant Co.
ed onrthe exchange waa, at; $25
special letter of August 3, says: Kahuku Plant Co.
Th TTnttPd States seems to have Kekaha Sug. Co. .
Samuel Parker Jr has bought from v.n in Mother Nature as ar snecial Koloa Sug. Co. . .
Colonel Samuel Parker, for $50,000, a partner and once more the'ebuntry, McBryde Sug. Ca 34,649
half interest in Humuula sheep ranch, promise's to be favored with good har-i Oahu Sug. Co. . . . 50.719
ilawaii.:l V ;u ,-" vests. If" present., calculaUons'' are - Olaa Sug, Co. ... 52,565
.m realized we shall garner a 700;000,000, Onoraea Sug. Ca. 6,707
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd., " c bur.hel wheat crop, a 2.900,000,000 Paauhau ...... ' 1,675
The wholesale1 liquor flrin of Love- bushel corn crop and a .1,200,000,000 TOifIc!..8ug.:;.Mpi.-.f;;:118
with 1 capital'stdck bt $50,000 divided k toes and hay is also likely to be 'con- Pepeekeo Sag.iCo. 50 ..l r 7.7o0.00
nto SSOO'shdreS'bf a parValue;of $20 v8ifierably ahea of last year. The lotal Pioneer , Mill Co.. 890 855.509,21
each. '.David M. wls; bresident,1 ha& ; VnlnA nf these five irons Is estimated - W Ca. : 924 1.248.21S.75
1997 shares Charles s; Bartlett wice at 13,600,000,000. or about $200,000,000 Wailuku Sug GaV 102 ,y 19.6U 00
' president 500 shares; and J. A. Bea- head of last vear. In all ; nrobabllltv Waimanalo . ." .' . ; j , 20 - 1.C13 00
ven. necreuiry; mauuei- raresa, irea- h fltrpree-ate of , all agricultural waimea oug. aim , . v : ? j
surer., and wiinajn u rrazefe; auditor. wealth pr0duced this year i will be
one share each, . , : f about $9,06p,000.000 as against $9.500,T
i ; r.:;:--; H "" . ' i- : : . ' 000,000, the figures of the Department
DOUBT IF PRICES of Agriculture last year. What this
Tr . ,;; V "oP"i . , i urn ? annual - producUon. of : new wealth
V t W I LL'pt MAINrAlNcU. means to this country may be esti-
mated !when it- in rememoerei. tnii
T109fnrt f 1 r-n.
57,873.09 , ri- . 'ct.oa n-'.i-i
75 ,.y 1W5.00 gugar gt0ckg . . r - 228,54 1' $7.C 4 0 l!o I
- - 20
Total stocks ..249.367 $S,23U-S.C3
Ml 00.00 -Ai
Total amount of sales..$ll.Ci0.711.C3
; ; f It II. Till: NT,
-, yfT ; 'Secretary. '
(Continued from Pajs 14)
Willett & Grabs' review of the raw the capital stock of all the railroads Hllo IL R. Co. com. v 242 ; 24,493.46 .
gar noarkeC ted August 1, is. as in the United States Is placed at $8,- Hon. B. &;M Co.;'.v7,196;15587.81 ,
Hows:; - ' 470,000,000. An Increase of $500,000,- Hon. It, T; & L. Co.. - '
Last week closed with sellers of ooo in agricultural products in a sin-;, com. ;; i- 42 5,016.0Ov-
V Last week closed with sellers of 000 in agricultural products in a sin- com.
centrifugals att; 4.05c, for 96 deg. rin vear rannnt hut be a bowtVl Hon. R. fT. & L. Co;
(2 11-16C), and the market has "since stimulus to business. ' . pref ; 16 2,240.00 :
ruled,; quiet with' buyers holding off, "Bankers In all portions of the L-I.vS. ! N. Co. . i . i , y 425 n 64,353.00
having .previously, well filled their West are agreed that the. crop situa- Mutual Tel. Co. 1,4 67. ' 2912.32 .
wants for the immediate future. Eu- tinn ta nafiRfartorv. that business is In O. R. & L. Co. .... 167 - 286,626.50
ropean markets moved gradually toa m01.e promising condition than for sev- Pahang Rub. .Co. . . 3423 65,160.05 " lenty of friends and ckr.ty of df
business lanjong uiok kuo. : ..ait ' tractors. There are many men la th
moderately lower basis, and, although f eral years past .and that the
the quotations over there are much men ' of the interior have decided to
above our parity, this weakness had veiiminate 'politics from their calcula
a sentimental effect here in reducing tions.. V This is a nractlcal express.Ion
the " views of some holders, resulting Cf. increased confidence'; based .upon
in sales of-August shipment Cubas at pcsltlvely . improved Intrinsic cdhdl
5c.NC. & f., equal to 3.985c. per lb. , tions. The -cotton crop seems likely
landed for. 96-de.g. test ; Business in to fall below jearly expectations, but
nearbv susrars on same basis may soon 4h vtoii".tfll nevertheless. '' be lareer
er tw w J m mm ' w w r- - a , i
follow, but meanwhile, the spot, quo- and nlanters are securinr ' prices McBryde S." Co.
tation remains nominally unchanged which afford , good profits. The South .7L63 ......... 79,000
at 4.05c. . enjoyed 'exceptional protperity last (Oka S. Co. 6s.lrl,034,000
. There are not very heavy offerings year and is not likely to fall behind pacific S.Mill
of sugar for sale at present The geriouslv during the next tweHe ICo 6s ......
principal supply ffrom one source is in months. August is usually a month
Cuba, and the stock there is consld- of deterioration, so a moderate falling
oil in condition need cause no sur
prise in the final reports." ,
v ; ' . -. ,22841 -$7,43494.94
: L :v ; Miscellaneous Stock. C ;
.; ' V i . Shares. Amount
Hawn, Ele,ic Ca - .i ; : 89$ 20,025.01 t.m'L " ' - v 1 . 1 VTT "
Hawn. Pine. Co. ... 3.660 448.921.99 no fed that tho, photographer. Master
Hawn. Pine. -I Ca rts s 255 3,853.75 runner sieny, is a specxansi ai spup
pnoxograpny, ai sucn a tern c.in ta
used. He has taken pictures cf zvTi
practices for the -past six years, a.i
A- I II- t t I -
42 - 5 016 00 - reeuiiJi -w.in;u' uh': tuwis, w.ira
pidered more reliable than tha ran?
rake observations. StefTy has haj
some Interesting experience, and has
seen' much big gun sheeting
To sum np, mortar batteries have
.1,t.'?"''' Thomas m ho
S. . . ; T. '. ."'.. r-1io1 'tho' fhmna of top!"'' rn"''fj t
-i 1 - .7r B1?e- f-ouuu ,. coae raflge aa the men cn th a ti: d i J
Ter- Fire Claims , ' ' "the other f day, would have changed
,4s ;,..v.,..-.vuu v-1 Jhis opinion, so far as the district com
Honokaa S. Co. ".,;;., . manded hv Maior Timberlak and tht
; - - .v. -r - - - . m a a . .1. e A A ' .
4uu( &,o&u battery commanded by. Captain Czr
J '. .'"r '"' ;'; ter, la concerned. If Majr General
FROZEN AND DRIED EGGS.
erablv cedueed.' and most of it held
in strong hands, which justifies the
expectation that full value will be
demanded ; in fact, the asking prices .
today are 2 ll-16c. c. & f. (4.05c.) and , .
2c. C. & f. (4.11c), which are now , WASHINGTON. August 2. Frozen
above buyers' views. and dried eggs intended- for " human
The English market for actual sug- consumption are largely used for cook-
entomological bureau, is on 4 his way ars fs not so much above the parity In. purposes where inferiority may be-Hilo R
Pioneer Mill Co.
Waialua Ag. Co.
Hawn. Irr. Co.
Hamakua Ditch 1
Co 6s . . i . . .
Hilo R. R. Co.
6s, 1901 Issue
Murray's plan of circling Oahu with a
ring of .defensive mortar latteries U
ever carried out the veoz's inside thit
14.000 . 14,572.50 ring can .rest assured that any hostira
- ! :. vessel that effects a landing will come
13,160.00 through a hall of shot to do It. -
19W14.75V Her Falher-l judge a man, sir, by
V ; the company he keeps. .
52,097.50 The Suitor Thep I!m all right, for
; I've been keeping company with your
: 2,060.00 daughter forovec two years. ,
319,419.25 ? tirVBailetln Ads. are Best Daslnew
' -.- v - Oettf rs. . : v' ' ' . . , ; " " . '
Wouldn't know me? Well, I hardly know myself when
I realize ihe superb comfort of well-balanced nerves and
The change began when I moved into my new house in
I don't give a tap about the theories; the comfortable
healthy facts are sufficient.
Lots $400 and upward
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
" ' CT'f 1 S. 75 PER I!