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SONOLULU STAB BULIXTIN FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1913.
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VHlliltOF ARMY AiOPLlESif
BE HEARD OVER OAHll BEFORE LONG
j As tnore troops are rushed to Oahu.
it becomes more likely that an avia
, tiou station will be established here,
in accordance with the plan of signal
corps bigherups. news of which
reached here by "underground wlre
les" 6ome weeks ago. The army is
mighty shy on aviation volunteers,
and aside from the strategic advant
ages of a flying squadron for scout
ing purposes nere, it seems Jikely that
, the army will avail itself of the offer
'of any officers In this department
' who wish to become airmen. It is
I understood that the Twenty-fifth In
Ifantry and Fourth Cavalry hare sev
jcral junior officers who are ready to
try their luck, at flying, and this may
J harry the dispatch of a detachment
of signal troops for the permanent
(garrison of Oahu, an! the purchase
'of aeroplanes for this station.
The necessity of securing army of
fleers as expert military' aviators
emphasized in the annual report
Brig.-gen. James Allen, ehief signal of
ficer, of the army.- Qen. Allen says
the number of expert civilian aviators
now available in the United States is
not large enough, to provide an ade
quate auxiliary 'and he -does not! be
lieve that any marked advance -will be
figure that was expected. In case of
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Ha and NeNotk; CNOTARY 4n&t
LIC; GrantMarrlag Licenses, Orawj
Leases. VYlaf ttc attorney for. the
District Ccmrtu ...7&-WfiftCHAWFT
HONOLULU. Phona 184S. ' -T
Full particulars to
P. O. Cox 23a
Wall & Dougherty
Alexander Young Building
made in the manufacture of aero
planes in this country unless the
manufacturers ; receive support from
the government' 3 - . V - '.
"Manufacturers all "j bejleve,": says
Gen. Allen,' "that -the "construction of
aeroplanes : for exhibition -work Is
practically at an end and the number
sd far.'urchaBd fpr purpdsea o tand cifHU
asauperienl has ot at atl reached thf IJ& have
tniprpcncy it does not seem probable
that any considerable quantity of
pro orlr construt teil machines adapt
ed to the military j-ervice could be
I'urciiased abroad within a reasonable
"It is' accepted tbat the r.eroplane
a it stands today, even if no marked
improvements were made in it, is an
essential military auxiliary, and up
to this time it appears that the niili
tary'and naval services are the only
ones in which it is of special value,
ft would, therefore, seem that the se-,
curing of approximately 100 aviators
and 100 machines and the establish,
meat of aviation centers would not be.'
an unreasonable provision ' for this
government to make. W'ith this num-'
ber provided for the regular service,
the art could be extended to the offi
cers of the National Guard, on whom
the government Is to depend for the
is large number of- aviators that would
of be required in case of an extended
Tie appropriation granted by Con
gress for the support of army aero
nautics seems-niggardly when com
pared with the French aeronautical
budget of 47.583,000 for 1913. The act
I of. Congress appropriated 1100,000 for
"tne purcnase, maintenance, operation
and repair' of airships and other aerial
The French 4 government 4s now
planning Ho organize an aviation reg
iment .of 1,000 aeroplanes. At this
time about 1,200 pilots have been li
censed jn France, , including officers
n; tIn the United States
e.enj $1 licensed.
TEN YEAHS OVOl Ffllill CENTS
WlUett & : Gray.' under' date of ; De
cember 26, give the following reviews
of raw, and refined augar ; prices' for
1912, from which It is seen that cen
trifugals 96 degrees test averaged 4.03
cents a pound 'for the .past ten years:
Raw Sugar Price Reylew, 1912. '
'The year opened with .-two sales o
ipot Centrifugals, - 96 deg. test (the
standard of raw sugar), one at 4.55ci
per. ib.- and ne f at 4.60c; average
4.525c . From this 'price i the market
declined to 4 J9c at the end of Janu
ary, advanced to 4.80c February 16th,
Ihe highest - point of the year; de
clined to 4.36c In March ' , and to
3.985c in -Aprils held about steady, in
'Ma declined to 3.83c v in-June and
3.77c on July 2nd, the' lowest point
of the year; "advanced la July to 4.05c
and to 4.235c at end of August, feach
!lnr.4.35c September 4th,;djecIine4-.'.to
4.05c;at- end ;of Octoher 'remaining
steady without change tin December
10th when 3.92c was quoted, and the
year closed steady -at 8.92c
The opening was 4.525c; 'the high
est 4JI0c, the lowest 3.77c, the close
3.92c and , the average for the year
4.163c, per lb. against 4.453c. in 1911,
.4.188c ln 1910, 4.007c In 1909; 4.073c
in '1908, 3.756c in 1907.- 3.6866c In
: The average price for standard re
4ned fasten years was 4.891c per lb.
and the average , difference between
raws and refined , for; ten years was
,861c per lb. Duties on sugar remain
ed unchanged in -1912. ' I
? The highest price of raw sugar
since 1897 was 565c In 1911 and the
lowest .price 3.$5c In 1902.' ' '-
, The highest price J for Granulated
sugar : since 1897 was' 6.615c; ih 1911
and the lowest, price 4.21c in '1902. :
We " predict that refined ' sugar . will
rule 'lower in 1913 thanv m 1912.
iAIIAD LV'L lIlLil
DliruED AT SEA
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'A Japanese steerage passenger in
the Pacific mail steamer China died
from natural ' causes the 'second ,daV
put from San Francisco. The remaln
were, buried at sea,, the service being
tread by Bshop Barlow, who is return-
1906, . 4.278c In 1905 3.974c la 1904 1 ,W Nation on; the China mis,
and 3.720c In 1903 t rH - UBion.: ...
. Among i me weii-xiiowa , passengers
en. route to the far east in the Pacific
i The average price for Centrifugals
for the past 10 years is.4.03Pc per lb.
The . cost and ' freight quotations for
prompt shipment followed closely the
parity joLthepot notations tixrough
out'the year. The. quotations ruled
below , the parity' of Hamburg during
the year up to October 1st, from
which date quotations were full' up to
the Hamburg parity for beet sugar un-.kong.
Mail boat are Consul and Mrs. Kagl of
San Francisco, . who are en route - to
Japan to spend some months on vacation-leave.
Mrs. Claud King, wife of the travel
ing auditor for the Pacific Mall, is to
Join her husband; who' is now at Hong-
The China jiow has I a new chief
steward, in the person of John Rob
ertson,1 who has been identified , with
the Panama service.' i He ? is making
his first, trip in the trans-Pacific line.
Other passengers who arrived were
Bishop M.;C.-Harris of the Methodist
Episcopal church, returning to his
post at Tokio; F. L. Blake, assistant
manager of the American Trading
Company in Japan; Marshall Darrach,
on a lecture tour," and Mrs. K Isenberg
and family of Honolulu.
all December 10th.
Refined Sugar Price Review-1912. i
: Fine Granulated, (the stand fard for
refined sugar), opened the year at
5.537c- per lb., declined to 5.194c at
end of January advanced .to 5.684c
end of February, the high point of the
yeaTr declined to 5,341c in March, to
4.919 In April, to 4.90c In May, ad
vanced to 5.096c early in June, to
4.815c late in June, advanced to 4.90c
In July, touched 4.851c in August and
advanced to. 4.998c at end of August,
remained steady through September,
-wwc- uciooer m. ine Congressman Rodenberg of Illinois
lowest Jof the year, remaining steady f na8 introduced a oHi in the house ap
and -unchanged at 4.802d to the end . roprlatlng 12,000,000 for a United
S&e ath'e I thh Philanthropist j are to furnish
year 5.041c. against 5.345c in 1911, ' he fund,s to batf a ntl al?'emaet
4.972din 1910. 4.765c in 1909. 4.957c, J "laIm vict,ms of tne "te-slave
In- 1908, 4.64ic in- 1907. 4.515c. in f; , .' ax . k
4906,'4.256c in 1905, 4.772c. in 1904 ! A, )Va11 stre scate is said to be
and -4.638c. in 1903. all net cash quo-lacking Mrs. Grace Guggenheim in her
tatiomr. j flht against her former husband, il-
The- average difference between! Iiam Guggenheim.
rawi and refined n 1912 was .878c I Frank Munsey's published sugges-per-lbj
against .892c in 1911; .784c. 'Hon that the Progfcssives and old line
In 4910; ,758c in 1909; 884c. in 1908; , Republicans bury their differences.
.93c in 1907; .829cr in 1906; .997c. 'join hands and found a new "Liberal"
J3C19JJ5; .79Sc in 1904 and .918c. in , party, does not meet with much favor
;180J- ' with the leaders of both parties.
M OF BEAUTIFUL, GLOSSY HAIR,
lD10RIF,25 CENT "DANDER1NE"
Hair Coming Out? If Dry, Brittle, Thin or Your Scalp Itches
and Is Full of Dandruff Use "Danderine"
Causes ran down health
Scott's Emulsion and rest
are needed, but SCOTTS
EMULSION is more im
portant because it enriches
the blood, nourishes the
nerves builds the body
and restores strength, vigor
and immediate energy:
without mternrpting v
; daily duties.
Scott's Emolaoa drives eat'
colds snd s&rcBgtbes lie bap.
The annual meeting of the Outrig?
ger club will be held at the Public
Service rooms at one-thirty tomorrow
afternoon. Every member is urged to
be present and the few-who have not
sent in their dues for 1913 have been
asked to do so before the meeting.
So far about two thousand dollars
bas found its way into the treasury
from dues and there 13 a balance from,
last year; which was the most success
ful in the history of the club, about
two thousand dollars worth of imi
jirovements having been. made on the
grounda . Th.e club restaurant baa
proved a big and self-supporting, saict
cess, . that has hrought. the members
together and-JUf creating a club spirit,
The three, biggest canoes I in the
islands are - now on their way : to the'
club grounds. A; swift racing oairoe.
has , been purchased ; by . the . club and
a number, of ismall canoes are being
added. Canoe, sheds are to he built In
the .near future and many improve-;
pienta are Jbeing'planned. The success
Of last year It is.hopedwjll be repeat
ed and everyone is requested to he .at
the . meeting tomorrow afternoon ji
the Public Service tooms,. lSO Soutb
King street, ' :-; n t . I ; ;.. ; . . ,
Within ten minutes after an applica
tionof Danderine you cannot find
single trace of Dandruff or a loose or
falling hair and your scalp will not
Itch, but what will please you most
will be after a few weeks' use, when
you will actually see new hair, fine
and downy at first yes but really
new hair growing all over the scalp.
A little Danderine will immediately
double the beauty of your hair. No
difference how dull, faded, brittle and
i scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
i strand at a time. The effect is amaz
: We.told B. XXrothers.. Editor and
Proprietor of the.'. Sari Francisco, Bul
letin.. tbat to convince :hnn: jmgnt's
Disease and Diabetes are ; curable if he
tempt a "demonstration. ? ; r . ' :
rt The result was that; we were put in
touch' with a young physician who had
Diabetes. He 'was so incredulous "at
lrst thaf he would not : take the
treatmenC although there was no
charge. When : ols case r became .ex
treme' and he was In bed In a -dark
room" he' consented. Within four
months from the -date that Pulton's
Diabetic Compound was sent him he
called at our office In person to ex
press his gratification and asked' what
we jeioected him. to do. We xeDlied
that all we asked of bim was to cat
on Editor. CrotherB of the Bulletin and
declare the results.' He did so. But
it seems the disease was not entirely
eliminated, for ? about three . years
thereafter his death was reported.
- We do jnot make strong claims in
young cases and were prepared for
failure. But who can measure the
value of those three years added to
the patient's life? Who will say it
was not worth while?
. If middle-aged or over we look for
permanence in many cases. (There
have been a number who have been
cured over ten years.) .
Fulton's Diabetic Compound can be
had at Honolulu Drug Company, Fort
J. Fulton Company, San Francisco.
Ask for pamphlet or write to" John
LOCAL CHINESE AWAIT
NEWS OF ELECTION IN
CHINA MARCH FIRST
Lively interest among, the Chinese
in Hawaii is manifested in the ap
proaching national election in the
new republic of China, when the citi
zens of that great nation select their
president and the members of the
country's first regularly constituted
parliament. This election is to take
place March 1.
Ixju Sun, former editor of The Lib
erty News, in Honolulu, is to be a
representative in the parliament, but
the friends and supporters of Dr. Sun
Yat Sen say the latter will not be a
candidate for the presidency. They
believe Yuan Shin Kai. a powerful
man of stern qualities, will be re-elected,
and thaf he is probably the best
man tor the present administrative
job. Gen. Li Yuen Huns,, the vice pres
ident, thev do not regard as a likdy
candidate for tin office of chief nxec
ntive because, they assert, lie is too
mild, good-natured and yielding to
deal with the present crisis.
It is understood here that one of the
ajing your hair will be light, fluffy and i fil.Pt moves which will be made follow-
l wavy, and have an appearance oi : tr,0 receipt of the money from the
abundance; an incomparable ustre, I $ t oo o,.o loan, givn by the Six
softness and luxuriance, the beauty powers to the now republic, will be
and shimmer of true hair health. ; to redeem the paper currency issued
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's y.min:: the revolution, taking the paper
Danderine from any drug store or j back at par. The republic, it is stated,
! toilet counter, and prove to yourself j still has a year of grace in which to
I tonight now that your hair is as i make pood its promises of redemption
'pretty and soft as any that it has i of this currency.
been neelected or injured by careless j
treatment that's all you surely c:n j The price of citrus fruits in New
lhave beautiful hair and lots of it i:'j VV.rk has gone ut with a icap as a re
you will just tr ya little Danderine.-- j suit of the recent "freeze'' in Califor
advertisement. I 'a-
Announce the arrival of
1 V 11. line or the very latest Wall raoer
and Wall Hangings, which lie will be
pleased to show to all who are jinterested in:
interior decorations. Mr. Morgenthaler
will fake orders for r sppciaK an d exclusive
designs to be made up vby M
Sons Co., BuMlo,i
we win -oe ' pieasca s jca, nyc ; you can aunng
Mr. Moreenthaler stay fwhich will bc;fbr v
a iewdays only) even -it : you are - notcon-nv.,
anU we t beliey e . y qu
you An arranging in the future any sche :
decoration.'.-:", " 'v;;V;.
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' o 'that oft aifectf tf cSf nHTO
W'- Howard ,E. Comn do uhen h buiU a ?SbtM -?r
M54M HUDSON" answers" the question "everyone In sototdca hss, bc esHnj.fcf
All loiow Howard E. Osffia to be America,'! foremost ens?aeer4 Vh tix fsrera f rr
. ,i f .-4.-1.!- r 1 1 1 i t tr t , ; . ., ". nfr o Mv4t f-?
. cylinder cars gained a
. cup sizes jec. hoc j
xpalized that, and scV
men' who Karl alrtadv accomplished thf most in six-cvlinder desigrrfnau 2XU rr.sn crrru? frc2
I the leading factories of Europe, and America. .There .are 43,m allrepresentics 97 kcdlrj 1
rmM-s M mannfa4titM PwnUfiwf 1-nr net1 ofvMlt" "fill that hfl.4 lSTCd 13 I
j motot car building. So the 54;" HUDSON Mr. Coffin's answer is the ccapcsits of ctit
the mostjuccessfu builders, working together, hare accomplished. 'Vf S-T'VZ.
-The Bt Car They Know- ;
I It is smooth and flexible the qualities for which
sizes are really built, and which inexperienced' men
seem unable to obtain in the sixes they build.
It is powerful speedy, beautiful, safe and comfort
able. Simplicity is a notable feature, and economy in
operation is accomplished as it is in but few six
Not Just Two Cylinders Added to a "Four
Adding two cylinders to a good four won't even
make a poor six. Fours and sixes are entirely different.
That is why some sixes give less than 30 increased '
power when their weight, and fuel and oil .consump
tion are 50 greater than the four of sar4e.su e, to say
nothing of the greater first cost. ' ,
Comfort Speed Completeness . .
The cushions of the "54" HUDSON are Turkish
type 12 inches deep. Backs are high, upholstery
thick, springs flexible and the car is so nicely balanced
that it will take the worst roads at speed and with little
discomfort to passengers. ' r O
On the Indianapolis Speedway, a "54" fully equipped,
carrying extra tires and four passengers, did 10 miles at
62 miles an hour. One year ago on the same coarse a '
$500 prize was forfeited because none of many, of the
best known fours and sixes similarly equipped, driven
by famous .drivers, were able to dp ooe cSa fc O
seconds, flying start ;.i;U; '..-- b -O--;; -h :-lU'A..
- A" 54" Hudson, with full eqnlpmat esxrymj four
passengers, was driven from Detroit, Mica., to South ;
Bend, Indiana 198 miles in 5 hours and 20 mhrntrs.
The trip was made bet ween 6:30 and 1150 A.XX; x
July4, 1912. Stops were made to csaxtss a tire asdtszs
on gasoline. The roads alLtbe way are considered I
hrlnvr the average in analitv The average sneed was !
in excess of 37 miles an hour, without deducting stops.
Every detail of motor car comfort !s included in the
"54." It is electrically selfranking, has electric lights,
speedometer, clock, top, ram vision windshield, nickel,
phited trinmungs--21 coats paint and varnish body
finish, demountable rims 36x4 tires, gftwritm tank;
with magnetic gauge on rear, robe rails, curtains and all
the appointments that go with the highest type of car.
'The price for cither 5-passenger Touring Car, Tor
pedo or) Roadster is $2450; 7 -passenger Touring Cmtf
$2600; iupe,j2950;Ijmousme, $3750 f.o.b.Detr
"n The fi"37,' btnltby the same engineers asbuCtthe
f54,- and the znasterpiece of sfl four-cylinder cars. Is
.with either 5-passenger Touring Car, Torpedo or Road
ster, 41875 f. o, b. Detroit. la every detail of etjmp-
2ent, oomiort ana srpoisaaenx k h
SjlhftJHjucn the Radiator,
F. E. HOWES, Manager.