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Advertise in the NeWs
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. JANUARY 14, i9U
Macy'tjews Fron the Capitri'Iegard-
tog Sugar Stock.
By L. D. Tluimons.
I Honolulu, .Tun.
Sugar, todav is 3.675 in
(York, or within eight cents per
' hundred of tho highest low estimate
submitted sometime ago. Taking
past years-as an example, figured
. togothcr with the general sugar
, situation throughout tho world, thd
' decline will probably continue until
about the 20th of February. In
the meanwhile recoveries in spots
are likely, so thai the general aver-ago-wilL:
probably not go faraway
from the original figures 3.60.
.ThV Bale of--one entire Cuban crop
at 3.61, reported in this column
tsome time ago, created considerable
discussion here, and boiiio of the
cmereprominent. sugar men stated
at once that they would feci dispos
ed to consider a similar proposition .
- It-would1 be a gamble at best, how
ever,, with quite a chance that Ha
waii would get the worst of it in a
s-.deal covering so long a period of
"time. Even allowing for the re
markable changes in the price of
. sugar during last year, there are
j" those here who anticipate, a consid
Verable rally in the market-, after
f THE STOCK MARKET.
. ? Considering the. price, of . raws in
New "York, stocks are behaving
quite well. While figures are not
vhigh, few, shares arc on the market
pand it is "very hard to obtain any
f thing liko largo blocks of' stock at
,all.. In-fact, Stock Exchange figures
) hardlyshow the actual condition of
'the market, inasmuch as they indi
cate the buying and" selling bases of
Bri'all holders and would count for
. little in a large. deal. To explain:
. Hawaiian Commercial' is today $31
rbid and $34.50 asked, for small
r'blocks of 5, 10 or 25 shares. But
tf if a man were-in the market, for
, 2000 or 5000 aharos he could not
hope to get it for less than $36 or
t-$37. The samo ifttruc of Pioneer,
.&,U1k.-. nnr ufFuvf tit nKfiiin lnrtrp
I i TI ilUU UIIJ ..u v v wwvw. ... - O
blocks of. Paia or Haiku would un
'covqr, the fact that an astonishingly
!large price per share must be paid.
'These observations extend with
equal' accuracy to Ewa, Oahu and
; some other active stocks ,
'J HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL. V
Hawaiian Commercial is again
. stronger in the San Francisco mar
ket, than. here, du,e, it is said, to de
imands Jar large blocks over there.
'VThe closing, figure last Wednesday
,-tyraa $33 25. bid. On Thursday
there was an advance, to $33.75' bid
'and $34.6Q.asked. During all this
'period, it is to be noted, there were
;no Sales, indicating firmness on tho
$ On Thursday Hawaiian Commer
jfcial paid a dividend of 25 cents a
share, (he total amount disbursed
Pioneer stock has remained at
rt17fi;rmlVmce last rerort. On Sa
turday some of the stock was offered
;mttl82, but yesterday holders ad
vanced' theirfigurea, to $182.50, at
: which the stock is now held.
OTHER MAUI TOCKt
. Paia and Haiku changed a little
'during;; the week, caoh a;urting at
$145 asked, shifting on Thursday
to $150 asked and then settling
baolcvto.$125 bid and $145 asked.
'Wailuku and Olowalu.havc remain
ed off tho board entirely. There
jikvetheeiv no transactions in-either
. of these stocks.
at H an a
Two Mornm EMers Atten.pt to Cress
Gulch, die Is Lost.
Wednesday morning.two Mormon
Elders, named McMnsters and
Curtman set' out on mules from Ki-
pahulu to go to Kaupo, The trail
was bad after tho heavy rains, and
in many places was almost impassi
ble. They mado their way along
slowly until Alelelo gulch was to be
crossed. A torrent of water was
rushing through the gulch. Being
malihinis in that region, and not
realizing the danger Curtman start
ed his mule across to the Kaupo
side. After he had gone a short
distance, to the horror of McMas
ters; Curtman'a mule was seen to
loose its footing, and almost before
he realized it, man and mule were
being rushed over a, precipice about
300 feet high. From the place where
the accident happened to the open
sea is about one mile. McMastcrs
hastened back to Kipahulu and no
tified the police, and they have beeii
searching for some trace of the
body, but without .success up to the
time of our going to press.
Tho trousers "worn by Curtman
have been recovered, together with
his watch which was in the trousers
pocket. Tho body of the mule can
be seen floating ,in tho pool, whh
the saddle still attached Natives
have been tillable to geFMdown the
cliff near enough to make a thorough
ANOTHER NARROW ESCAPE
Mr. Sylvester of the Nahiku
Rubber Co. , had a narrow escape
from meeting a fate simular to
Curtman While returning to Na
hiku the other day-, his mule lost
its footing while fOrding one of the
gulches ' Fortunately, just below
where the accident happened, the
water emptiedinto-a pool of comparatively--still
water, and Mr. Syl
vester was able to escape in safety.
OTHER THAN MAU.
Oahu stock has gotio up from
$25.50 bid and $25.75 asked to
$26,125 bid and $26.25 asked.
This stock lias been in such heavy
demand that a rumor of "buying
hui," has been circulated. This
rumor ia-perhaps unfounded. Ewa
is probably a shade weaker thaji
last Wednesday, it being $27.oQ
bid and $28 asked on the latter and
$27.50 bid and $27.75 asked today.
Honokaa1, Olaaand- McBryde are a
shade stronger, respectively.
RESTRICTIONS BOON PAU
Upon his return to Honolulu Dr.
Pratt reported health conditions on
the island of Maui as very satis
factory. He anticipates that all
restrictions may bo removed in a
very few days. The appearance of
scarlet fever over there was not a
surprise, inasmuch as. scarlet fever
almost invariably follows in the
wake of diphtheria. Pratt seems-to
feel that the little scare despite its
temporary inconveniences has been
a blessing to Maui in disguise, for
it has resulted'in the cleaning upiof
certain places which might have
been .a menace to health in the
The January meeting of thei Maui
Ministers'. School will be held in the Ka
hului Union Church on Tuesday morn
ing, Jan. 17th; beginning at 9 o'clock.
Papers will be read by Rev. C, G, Burn
ham of Lahaina and Rev, II. II. Judd of
Mr. Savage arrived Friday uioniiug to
take the place of 1 Mr. Murasky, as head
carpenter at the Puunene mill.
HONOLULU, Jan. 13. The transport Sheridan had' a narrow
escape from pilihg on the rocks off the Molokai coast yesterday morn
ing. The captain says the flashlight bothered him.
Major Dunning of tho 20th infantry, lias been transferred to the
7th. Major Burnham takes command of the. 20th.
Cable advices state that a flowing well with a capacity of 3Q0O
barrels of oil a day has been struck on tho Honolulu Consolidated
HONOLULU, Jan, 12. Commissioner Keofe is quoted by Sari
Francitco papers ns saying that - changes are needed in labor matter?
in the islands. Out of 50,000 laborers,-only about 700 aro American
A nolle prosse has been entered in the suit against Holt, charged
with embezzlement. : v : -
General Macomber will arrive today to assume cnarge of the mili
tary forces of the islands. ' ' ' '
The committee lias been notified that Taft will press button that
will start the Elks carnival. . .
Word has been received that tho Rev. Morris Kincaid; who was
formerly 'pastoral Central Uuion Church, died at Charlotte, North
Carolina, after; a. brief .illness.
HONOLULU, Jan. 11. The Chinese have decided- not to have a
par,ade, but will ask Governor Frear to arbitrate.
The Consolidated Pineapple Company will be organized through
the efforts of Bentley, of the California Fruit Canners' Association.
The company be capitalized for $250,000, and will take over
everything pertaining to the pineapple business.
Word has been received from Kuhio.-that the McCrossen bill has
been withdrawn from Congress '
Plague in Manchuria.
PEKIN, Jan 13. Plague has broken out in Manchuria. The
district is panio stricken. Little relief can be given. The plague is
spreading with great rapidity.
CONCORD, N. H., Jan. 13. Wm. Chandler has filed a petition
in the Supremo Court for a legal opinion on the construction of the will
of Mary Baker, Eddy. This bringsup the disposition of the Eddy for
tune, and may invalidate the residuary clause,
WASHINGTON, Jan. favorV the Longworti bill for
tariff revision. , - . '
WASHINGTON, Janf 13; The-
fications for the Panama Caual reduces the original estimate from
$19,000,000 to $12,000,000, to cover tlireeor fou .years. Twelve bat
teries of coast artillery will command (tho terminals, . "
CQMSTOCK, Texas, Jan. 13 Twenty Mexican soldiers were
killed in an engagement near the line yesterday.
PROVIDENCE, Jan. 13. -A deadlock is probable over the election
of a successor to Senator Aldrich.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. Commander Peary will be retired as a
rear admiral.' Congress will publicly thank him. r
Bonilla Winning Honduras.
NEW ORLEANS, . Jan. 12 Reports . have reached here which
stato that Bonilla' has captured evry coaBt town in Honduras,
SANTA BARBARA, Jail. .12. During manoeuvres -here' the des
troyer Paul Jones" rammed und nearly sunk tho 'Stewart of the same
--DENVER, Jan-12. Senator Hughes, who wasin Hawaii a few
months. ago is dead.
, WASHINGTON, Jan 12. Arguments against the dissolution of
the Standard Oil Company is being heard. This ease was held over
from last year owing to changes in the Court;
LISBON. Jan, 12. A general strike has been called on tramways,
navy yards and all government works because of dissatisfaction grow
ing out of the recent revolution.
TOKIO, Jan. 12. The newspapers all deploro the'stand taken by
California regarding Japan. They blame .union' labor.
BRUSSELS, Jan. 12. The wreck of tho Grace aeroplane lias
been washed ashore' at Mariskere, Belgium,
Grafters Return Money.
HAP.RISBURG, Penn,, Jan. 11. Grafters connected with the
construction of tho capitol building, and who robbed the State of many
millions of dollars, have repaid one and one half million. Tfie
charges have been withdrawn. Tho
the disclosures were made.
WASHINGTON, Jan 11.-Commodore Peary was before the House
Committee today aaking recognition for his services in locating the
North Pole. Under cross examination he Admitted it would be hard
to locato the cairnB he erected. He
sidered as lost again.
CINCINNATE, Jan. 11. The
costing over $1,000,000, was totally
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 Admiral Siniins has been rebuked for
his utterance at the Lord 'Mayor's banquet' in London. Ho pledged tho
friendship of America. to England if that nation should over go to war-
with any other people.
report of .the committee onfortpl
architect committed Buicide when
said the North Pole must bo con
Chamber of Commerce building
destroyed by fire yesterday,.
All Disease Germs to be Driven From
A new substance has just. been
brought into existence that will
drive from the human body all
germs of every known disease.
This quality was discovered by acci
dent by Professor Eitner, in experi
menting with tho famous GOG, a
specific which Professor Paul
Ehrlich of Frankfort presented early
last year to medical science.
"In my opinion it is the most
wonderful Christmas present ever
given the people of the world."'
.Thus spoke Dr.. Samuel W. Lam
bert, dean of the College of Physr-
cians and Surgeons of New York,
noted physician and leader in Lis
He seemed enthusiastic over tho
great lind that, he himself and
others of the medical fraternity
lThe greatest discovery in medi-
citio announced-ih 1910, "continued
Dr. Lambert, "was GOG. From it
came the new remedy jU3t an
nounced to the medical profession.
Only a paragraph ho.s appeared
so far in regard, tb it.
"Tho Journal of the American
Medical Association, in; the issue of
December 17th, stated, after refer
ring to disturbances in the body of
tlio patient after tho use. of 606.
Eitner never used methyl al
cohol, so that the disturbances can
not be explained in this'way. He
used for the injection a mixture of
what was left in two tubes of1 the
GOG, tho rest .of the contents of the
vial having been' used in another
" 'The tips of the" tubes were
fused again to protect tho remain
ing contents, and he thinks that
tho heatf applied in the fusing must
have modified the drug within in
sqino way to render' it 111010 toxic.
" 'Experiments on animals with
GOG after it had- been heated seem
fro confirm this assumption of a
toxic modification of the drug under
tho influence of heat.'
"This is a new idea," continued
Dr. Lambert. "It means so much
that I fear it will sound exagger
ated. You can readily understand
what the driving of disease germs
from tho human body means."' It
is, as I have said, tho greatest
thing in the line of medical research
that has been brought to usage and
overshadows tho other wonder,
Ail members of the medical pro
fession aro most interested and
highly delighted with tho outcome
of Professor Eitner's accidental dis
covery. To say that it will mean
revolution" in surgery and medicino
is to put the question . in a mild
to Ranch Sale.
The Corn well Ranch lands which
were sold by Commissioner Hart,
under order of the Court, and which
salo came up Wednesday for con
firmation, were the subject of an
objection being entered by tho
Henry Hapai heirs. The claim was
mado that the sale was not made
under circumstances calculated to
be to tho best possible advantage of
of the property, and that under
other and more favorablo circum
stances more that the price paid
H-ould bo realized by tho heirs. The
property was bought by Mr. Arthur
Wilder, trustee, for about $18,000
Tho objectqrs aro perfecting an
appeal to tho Supremo Court.
Being'in the Earthquake MV Mny
txpect (0 see it Destroyed.
Earthquakes of considerable' sev
erity have caused great alarm in" the
provinces of Cirqui, Veraguas ahd
.03 bantos, 150 to 200 miles from
anama Gity. Each shock was '
sharp and heavy. The city of Dayjd'
was uamaKed most. It is built- of
stone, while other smaller towns
.nearby am of wood construction;
Earthquakes are, frcouerfti- even
in Colon, but, they, are not' severe
nil long continued like the recant
upheavals which have brought to
the surface the ever latent dread
that the canal may., bo damaged; bv
some cataclysm of theiSorti
Up to the present, time, barring
little tremors, the canal zone' has
oeen -remarkably free from earth
quakes. But. there always, Inrfea
the dread that some day a seismic
disturbance will undo tho" work of
millions of dollars,, thousands 'of
men and several years.
The greatest dancer to tlin mnal
would be at tlio locks at Galun.
Paraiso and Miraflores. Construc
tion men employed' at Gatun, have
said that tlio massive concrete.loct's
are setling continually, causing large
The nightmare wltinh l.'o unfa
natives of Colon is the possibility
that the dam at Gaturj might W
destroyed: A shock more severe.
than ordinary always revives this
talk. . As the dam will' hold Knnlr
the waters of a lako containingr110
square miles of water,. with a. max
imum depth of 85 "feet, what an
earthquake could do can be imagin
ed: Americans, however, less- annre." v
hensivo than the natives, alwavai
reply that an 'earthquake' great
enougn jo destroy Gatun's masaiVo'
works would destroy the isthmtf
and remove tho need for a canal. .
The' New Board
Tho Board of Supervisors" were in '
session his week. Nothing.'of-es-
pecial importance, other, than the
appointment of a number of road
officers taking up their attention.
Mr. Hadley was before tho Board .
Friday with his maps, asking'for an
expression from tlle. Board as to
what they proposed to do regarding
the lighting, of Wailuku, After
slight discussion the matter waa-re- '
ferred to tho Committee on Publi
Improvements, We publish below
tho Board committees for tho term.
and it will be seen that the Chair
man of the Board, Mr. Poguo, has
been absolutely chrriinated from alL
committees. This lias a sinister
meaning, and interesting develop
ments are in-order, as the Dlans of
tho majority in the" Board unfold
Finance Committee W. P. Haia
and Wm, Henning. ,
Committee on Public Improve- .
ments Wm. Henning- and Chas.
Committee on Policc-rChas. Lake
and W. P. Haia. - ;
Health and Sanitation Commit-
tee Win. Henning. and W.- Pi'"
Committee on Rulo
Meyer and Chas. Lako.
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lukw since Tuesday. He is hei
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