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WAILUKU, MAUI, H; T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28-, 9Y
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av Kacy news rrom uiu uipuui nuuaru-
ing Sugar Stock.
Iy. I). Tiiiunons.
Hondlulu,, .Tatt. 21.,.
' T...l:.-w. 5v ri.l1tl 111 Hill lindf tVmk
Piiaslcen rather above expectations
Pf-in poiht of volume and value,, con-
ftj visitloriMg the.1' fact mat sugar is on
iViw downgrade. Today raws are
VW" mwit(1 nt .V.4.' in Now York", which
, sixteen points boldw tho Cuban
jf,!salo reported a fcy weeks' ago; and
K'K 'ftt..l.rt I,, rv ii... .Miitiiriu tlinf
V 1 itllllMB ID UUU IU Illy lllllivril
gr,rtho slump m sugar is temporary
onlv.and that the avcraco-fof tho
year will bo reasonably satisfactory.
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a . v iftivinfT nr. nroRRiiL ih coiimiuu iiuku-
I,1.?;,1 10 ino investing ciass, hiuj wiou,b
tboirrlpjilinff unon conditions its
r , ; thov will nrobablvbo in the. future
; rather than -'the situation of today;.
t, vy ino samo process 01 rucituiuuH,
srieculators arc scarce in tho inarkot,
Mjf. meaning an absence oi nurnes ui
r.i' -W immWniKvi in1 Mm' week" under dia-
i , lUIUUI VltltVV vsv n vw-- -
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Inthc past few days, private
''cablegrams coming in here from
.-A :i; t : II
, ,wauan Becunwca ui piuuuuuij' uvui
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.'-naniO' at iigures oeiow inu.- iouu
marlcet. Horiokaa, Piiauliau arid
Hawaiian Sugar have, perhaps, been
k the ' least shaded. Hawaiian Com-
Yt t -J. "rv i -n' it.--. t
j' merciai nas run jiu tno rviij uvm
,''81 to SI. 50 below local figures and
WM-r stand fully $1.50 to the bad over
yjiiftliere today. It Avill thus be seen
P.i that Honolulu has sturdily stayed
Sjvby Her stocks, and manifests every
intention of continuing to uo so.
't HAWAIIftN COMMERCIAL.
- A week ago Hawaiian Commer-
cial, was $33.25 bid and $33.75
asked. After that the, prico sagged
5 nnl ftS.fyi nnkfHl. hilt
Mff ij yuu Mitt n v 'Vf1 v ' " i
gradually pulled up again, with tho
result tjhat 633.50 is now bid for
the stock with none offered at near
. Pioneer started at 8180 bid and
, 8182J50 asked a week ago, and has
''hung around those figures ever
,L: fiincoi At present biduniK is at
, less i'than 8185. Tho only sales
C during the period wore 24 and 20
:? sharos on Tuesday last at 8180.
Tho physical condition of Pioneer
(tia oxceli'cnt.' Suitablo rains have
UUiltlllUV'Vl IU Xtdli Wib.u, Cbi.ii
iuice in tho cano is fully up to
f OTHER MAUI STOCKS,
iife .AVailuku has remained unauoted
W TliP.ilast. sain was afc 8175' and none
of tlio holders seem disposed, to soil
for less. Haiku and Paia have re
mained at 8145 bid, with nqjto of
thn Htnrk offered. OlOwalu is riot
Pquoted; the last salo was' at 8150.
OTHER THAN MAUI.
On Oahu, 109 shares of Waialua
havd sold at $90, with tho market
today at 889 bid and $91 asked.
Thoro has been little change in
"-tUise figures during tho week. Ewa
remained' around ' $27.25 bid and
827?50 asked to Thursday, when G5
shares in small lots sold at the lat
ter figure: SincoHhon tho stock
hast stroncthened somewhat, tho
quotations yesterday .arid today be
inT,"9.7.r.O bid and S27.75 asked
All? sales hayo been at. the former
figure. Up to Thursday 520 shares
of Oahu sold in. largo and small lotB
at 820.25, which, seems to bo about
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On;tho street today only 82b is bid
aborers Steal Wine and Brandy and
Have Glorious Spree.
Somctimo ago Mr. Colo, manager
of tho Kaupakalua winery, found
that somo one was helping himself
to wjnes and, brandies from tho
storage vats. Ho kept a look out
for tho thief and last Thursday ho
found traces of tho burglar . and
promptly notified tho police. Deputy
Sheriff Morton and officer Papoko
hurried over to' tho winery and pro
ceeded tb investigate.
"The indication pointed to a camp
of contractor Dliggan's laborers',
located at a Utile distance below tho
winery.. At tho camp the police
found oight laborers having a morry
timo over a few bottles of wino and
bfaifd. ' The rovellers invited' tlid
police to take a few drinks with
thorn, But the police put th'6m un
der arrest, and escorted the crowd
.to tho district jail. After they had
sobered up tho men confessed that
one of their number Kaloa had
furnished them Ivith the drinkables1.
Howoyer Kaloa stoutly maintained
innocence but was unable to explain
how he came to have the 1 wino and
brandy. Ho finally admitted of
having taken one bottle of wine and
two bottles of brandy which tho
revellers wer'd driftkinf?. when tho
arrest was made. Asked1 16 explain
;how. hp, -without buying any liquor
happened to get full off and on at
different timo bofore the arrest, ho
claimed to have gotten a happy sue
cession of. jags from somo Kaupaka
lua produce purchased by him the
movth before, and that for days
after he had finished the liquor
evcrytimo he'd take a big drink of
water the poetic effects of a happy
jag would be his I
Tuesday before Judge Goodness
tho cases asainst tho revellers wero
dismissed except the charge of burg
lary against ' Kaloa who was ' conv
mitted for trial at the March term
of the Circuit" Court before Judge
Old Plantation Man
Dies in London.
Tom Kay died in London Tues
This sad and unexpected news
will be received with keen regret by
a very largo number of; people with1
in the. Territory, as there was hard
ly a plantation 'man 'more widcly'or
favorably known than Tom Kay
Ir. Kay was ono of the oldtimers
m the sugar business, Having oecn
tlio manager of Kukuihaele arid
later of Halawa, in the Kohala dis
" About fivo years ago Mr. Kay
left tho activo management of tho
Halawa plantation and devoted his
timo to hid financial interests. Ho
was at the timo of his death
director in tho Henry Watorhouso
Trust Co., Ltd. His trip to Lon
don was in connection with'a Mexi
can sucar dantation schemo of
three million dollars' capitalization
that ho was floating among British
stock, while purchases arc
820.25 indicate a slight
Of other stocks, considerable Mc
Bryde has sold at $4, although tho
market today appears to be weak
as it is boing offorpd at 84, On
Saturday a block of 05 Olaa sold at
83.875, and on tho street late yes
terday as. much- as 750 shares sold
at 83.75; These sales wero roport
ed on tho board this morning.
TIONOr.UIitl. Jan. 27. A snooial cable from Wftshhiut'oh'Tsa
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that officials interested in tho proposed treaty with Japan wish all
reference to tho immigration question eliminated.
' The geisha girls fell down in their testimony against the Hirano
iotol, and the authorities ,Wcro unable to prosecute. Thocas.e'has been
the McOjiaid trial has been ostpon'ed'ou accpun.t ofya drunken
uror. The juror was., not In his pjaco when the Court opened. He
was found later in the police station.
A Japaricso hiic'knhui was hold-inn last night and robbed;
Tho proposed divect primary law, explained by Chairman1' Coopcrj
is about ready, and will bo presented to the next Legislature',, '
HONOLULU, Jan. 2G.Tlie theatrical combine has 'closed the
Novelty theatre, and a business block will be built on the, site.
Dr. Straub says that in his opinion McQuaid is insane.
IlrUco Cart'wri'glit has sold to Brewor & Co., the, property al, tlio
corner ot Hotel and union streets, A new ihock win uo pitccu uiore.
The Merchants' Association will make, a, fight, .for a supponsipn of
the coastwise law as it applies to -Hawaii.
Joe Aea, formerly secretary to the queen, is, dead.
President Morgan find Jutigo Wilder arc. at loggerheads, 'because
Morgan .would not allow Wilder. to address, the Chamber of Commerce
onthe McCrossen bill. . .
HONOLULU, Jam 25. The theatrical combine has been organ
ized with Joq, Cohen as president, and Ja'ck Scully as manager.
C. R. Buckland was committed to tho insane asylum yesterday
A number of American teachers passed through here on their way
to Pekin yesterday. They will opon an Amorican college, in tne
Lane has come out in favor of Commissirin government.!
Ah attempt Will bo made today fb show that McQuaid was insano
when ho fired at Driver. Exports will be put on the stand. -
Attorney Wilder says that the, Wahiawu Watercompany have1
flimflamed the public in their claims on water rights..;
President Kennedy of the Inter-Island' returned fromittic coast
yesterday, where hq sigued a contract for . a $336,000 'stoamor to.ibe
delivered in Decomber next. i. iw"i
HONOLULU. Jan. 20! A drouin refined sugar "of fivo cents took
place in New York yesterdayi, No.chahgo in soft sugars; ' - ,
Glenn Curtis a Sailor.
SAN. DIEGO, Jan. 27. Glenn Curtis flow out over the bay thoro
vesterdaV He alichted on the water, rose again, and flew on to. his
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destination. This is tho first time an aeroplane has been on the water,
and been able to rise again with its own power.
WHEELING, West Va Jan. 27. Tho jury in tho trial of Mrs
Schneck for poisoning her husband, have disa'gVdcd " . ' ' :
VICTORIA, Jan. 27, Tho steamer Tecs, Svaswrcckcd going from
this port to Vancouver. No lives wero dost. ,
SEATTLE, Jan. 27. The steamer .CottngovCily, running! between
this city and Alaskan' ports,'was 'wrecked jVpsterday oil ,uapc ,fti.uig
Passengers and crow were saved.
Successful' and 'Interesting Meeting of
..I.. n..i.i if it ti.t..
i- uk Hunucr men in uuiiuiuiii."
More Foolish Bribery,
WASHINGTON, Jan, 2'6. The business manager of, the Journal
-h 1 1 .1 TT "I !ii 1 1
ot uommerco, ot sscw ioik, was neiorotno nousoAommiueo yesieruay,
and said that he had been offered $140,000 to support tho ship subsidy
. . LONDON, Jan. 26 Over 20,000 compositors are likely to:go on
strike This will tie un every ndwsnaner in London. Thti'men ;do?
mand better wages', and';more sinitary workrooms. " , - r
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 26.-5-Vord has1 been received h6ro that'
Bonilla has captured Coba, one of the hiost important seacoast- towns
in Honduras, t
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. Tho McCrossen bill has been held 'up
in tho committee on Territories to await tho roport of tho Secretary of
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 26 Over1" $12,000 wdrth of opium was
taken from tho Korea yesterday. This makeB $44000 worth on this
ship this trip.
Flight to Havana
KEY WEST, Jan. 25. Aviator McCurdy will start to fly to Hava
na today, o distanco of 125 miles. Four torpedo boats will patrol tho
course with nlatfdrms for the. aviator to alight, on, if that' b'ecomos
necessary j . . v
NEW YORK. Jan. 25 David Graham Phillips.-who was shot
vosterdav by Fitzhuch Goldsborough, is dead. Tho murderer commit
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Paul' Morton, -president of tho'Eqnitablo
Life Insurance Company;' dropped dead1 at liis homo hore today; froth
apoploxy!: " ' ' '
What the Wrestlers, Boxers and. Base
Ball Artists Are Doing.
HOitolulu, Jan, 24.
iV highly successful convention of
the , rubber growers of Hawaii was
told in tho Chamber of Commerce
building in this city yesterday, con
cluding with a most enjoyable ban
quet at tlio Young Hotel last even
ing.. ' Reports Wero submitted by
delegates from Maui and Hawaii,
us Well as somo by Oahu members
of tho tbhvcnlion. .Addresses were
also delivered by Dr. E, V. Wilcox",
William Williitmson, A. L.'Castlo
andiothers, all of an instinctive and
Fred. L. Waldron presided at the
meeting, and D. Cj Lindsay, of
Maiii, ofiiniatcd as secretary, up 'to
tho lime of tho election arid installa
tion' of tho now oflicers. AmoiiK
those attending the convention wero:
F. L. Waldron, president; .0. D.
Lufkin, Vice-president; D. G.- Lind-.
say, secretary and treasurer; W-
W. Thayer;. William t Williamson,
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uirectors; anu i. ijiit;astiev! u. von
Damm, C. M.. V, Forstcr, Dr. A.
B.0lark, Georgo R. Ewart, W.
Weinrich, W, E. Shaw, W.'G.'
Scott, Dr. Rodgers, H. Streubeck,
Albfrt.'Watorhouse, Dr, Wilcqx, G.
B. Cooke. L. F. Turner. W. A. An-
derJon and others,- -
tlio 'first paper of the .day was
one by Robert H. Anderson,, man--
age? oLNaliiku Rubber 'Cbmr)ahy,l
bn tho subject, of i .work, experiences
and observations by himself at Na
hiku. Ho went oxtensivoly into
the subject bf tho cultivation and
tapping Of rubber, and called atten
tipn to tho ;maily pitfalls in tho way
of the grower; The paper bristled
twith rubber .technicalities, 'but" was
listdncd to with great intercstr Mr.
Anderson brought up and urged the
sending of a delegate to tho convch
tion of rubber promoters. This
suggestion will probably bo followed
Tho next paper was by Fi L.
Turner, of Puna, going, into the
experiences of himself and company
in the wet district of Hawaii. This
trcatiso wii$ also of a very encourag
Charlps J. Austin, manager of the
Hawaiian-American Rubber Com
paiiy of Nahiku, 'Maui, submitted a
iia'iier on tho subject of pests, which
was hstcjied to with great interest
Ho described the varioup enemies of
tha rubber tree and outlined his
own plans for eliminating tho same.
At the afternoon session address
cs were delivered by ur. wucox,
William Williamson, Mr. Ehrhorn
and others, and tho following oln
cers for the ensuing year wero
elected: , 1,1
0. D. Lufkin, president; W. Wil-
lialnson, vice-president; D. C.
Lindstty',' secretary and1 treasurer;
V. W. Thayer and B.' B. Von
Publication Committeo: W, W
Tliayer, F. Wiiterhouso and A. L.
Castlo. ' ' '
Committee to investigate j,h6 rub
ber market and report on best way
to1 market tho product: ,G, P
Cooke, Fred. Waldroji and W. Wil
Last night all of tlie rubber men
gathered at tho Young hotel for the
annual banquet, u. u. mukiu,
tho new president, othciated as
toastmastcr'. Speeches were made.
by Dr. E. V, Wilcox, D. C. Lind
say, W. -A. -Andorson and others
Tho banquet cahio to an end al a
lato hour, also concluding tho con
ventioj of tho rublwr men. Most
of' the island delegates ar6 getting
away today for their, homes.
Tonriny Burnsy. the, formor cliaini- i
pion heavy weight pugilist, has re
ceived the following cable message
from Hugh Mcintosh, the London
prizo fight promoter: '
"Call you meet Bill Lang of Syd-' '
neji, N. S. W., Easter Monday'
April 17, and winner of Bill Lang-'
Sam Langford battlo to bo fought '
hore February 15, in London?"
Tb this Burns replied : - -1
"Accept, and will let you know
in 30 days if my kneo stands train-- -ing."
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Bums will not g6 into, training'."
for 'a month. He plans to leave.
Seattlo for Sydney about March -if1
and will have a gymnasium fittcil '
up on the steamer. He expects"
angford to beat Lang and' there- :
fore counts on fighting tho negro iri 1
London, i , ;. )
Frank Arellanos, .the California' '
pitcher who was sent to the Sacra-
nicrito club of the' Pacific Coast
league by die , Boston American'-
management' -last season', has' been
recalled by. Manager Donovan dnd'
'will be given another trial' this"''
spring. ' , ' ' i '
Hans Holmer, tho Ariicncan
won'the lirofcssiortal marathon rco,
26 miles 385 yards, on Pbw.der Hall
recently, in tho record
21s., defeating 2G
runners of continental and British , v ffi
fame.- Tho Frenchman. Bmif-linr'fl'. m'J.
led for 15 miles, in llr,'21m. 15s J,
iioimer running strong 1UU yards, ss
uuiiiiiu. iiiu ivmencan iook. xno
lead In the nineteenth milo a'rid . '-i-;
passed Boucliard 'at tho twentieth
niarKme time being in. 4ym. Js-v ' t ,.,-v;r f
From then on to the end of tho ' ' ' H&mt'
race Holmer held 'the lead,' finish-, 'W-t ;
wk threo ouarters of a milo ahead " A- r-.JLk:. t
Him 4" if umm i r
of the French' sprinter. ' ' h
lAingworin,' ine iew oquui waies
swimmer, recently clipped,, 4-5..
seconds off C. M. Daniels' rccprd
for i;320 yards, making tho distahco
in it imnutes and seconds.
Daniels' records of 17 minutes 46
4-5 seconds was mado in New. York
city February. 15, 1907, -making G5
turns in a tank. Long worth finisbj. y ;i -.
ed,25 yards in front of Cecil Heal?t;'', ,
the' Australian holder-df the amaT"k-ft ' ify
for 100 yards in open '
who in turn,
yard ahead of F. E. Beauropairo of
Victoria, holder of tho amateur ro'
cord for 1,000 yards in open water.
W. R. Crosby of O'Fallon, 111.,
retained his title as world's cham
pibn trap shooter when ho defeated
Lester German of Aberdeen, Md.,'
the former Natidnal league pitcher,
in a dual match, 121 to'ilG. Crosby
and German shot at clay targets
from unknown angles. In tho
second ovent Crosby secured the1
lead and regained, it until tho finjsh
of the match. Cold and wet wcath-,
er was responsible for the mediocre
shooting of both men.
bV" Ruhe" Waddell is tho proud
holder of a new record at indoor
baseball. In a game at Rochester,
N.' Y., recently, ho fanned 25 men
in .nine innings. Ho pitched for
"McGratl'i's Stars," a team which
included Wiltso, Mageej Zimmer
man and pthers, against another
team 6j big league players managed
by John Ganzell, former manager
9! tho Cincinnati Reds. Tho Stars
won, 9 to 0,
When shipping to Honolulu remember,
that the Unlon-Pucif ic Transfer
Co., will deliver your goods to any part
ofthe city, or ship them" to ,the- Coast'
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