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THIS HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 4. 1912.
(Continued trora Pago One.)
oirort will bo oxpqndcd In mnklng It
ono of tho show places of tho Islands,
Real Estate' Will Boom.
, "I bollev that a 'hotel such as vro
proposo to build, will be an. absolute
necessity here, following tho opening
of tho canal," Bald Sturtovant this
morning. "I hiavp been making a
study from a real estate and building
standpoint of Just what the canal will
mean to the Hawaiian Islands and the
FuciQc Coast. ,1 am of the opinion
thnt while it will do much In develop
ing tho coast, it will provo of far moro
relative vnluo to the Hawaiian Isl
ands. I do not think the people here
exactly reallfco what it will moan- or
there would be an immediate increase
in land values.
"Real cstato hero Is ridiculously
cheap when the future of tho islands is
considered. Aside from tho hotel pro
position, which we are hopeful of Dut-
ting through, my attention haB been
directed to several bargains in cltv
real estate, nnd both Mr. Baxter and
myself will urge tho syndicate to ac
quire them at the earliest opportunity,
s"WIth good building lots selling at
low prices and on easy terms, tho city
offers tho best of opportunities for
those who would own their own homos
and I am not afraid to predict that
those who take advantages of these on
portunitles will find they have made an
excellent investment within a very
Public Improvements Needed.
"In my opinion, perhaps because
tho subject Is a particular hobby of
mine, I think that Honolulu needs im
provements such, as roads, sidewalks,
curbing and sewers, more than any
thing else in. developing outlying prop
ertles. Experience has taught us in
Seattle that this may best be accom
pllshed through tho creation of im
provement districts. By this plan
whenever tho majority of property
owners in a locality so decide,
tbey can ask for the creation of an
improvement district Tho city may
order this done un(i in payment issuoa
long torm bonds, assessing tho prop
erty ownors, who may havo from eight
to ten years to pay for tho Improve
ments in monthly Installments, The
(Continued from Png One)
a condition ' was found to oxlst nftor
benefit to tho .proporty owner is imme- ( tho niynbor of tests made is duo to
dlato as tho value of his property is tno fnct that tho animals condemned
nt onqo enhanced while ho does not on projrOUB testa wcro allowed to ro
notlco tho small payments he makes mtAjl ,n the dnlry nnj Bpread, the in-
nnnually to cover th0 cost, ... - fcctlon. At tho prosent tlmo thor
.Pearl Harbor'rFuturt , ia in the dairy .an animal whlph, has
"The small Pittsburg which tho gov-.
cinment is creating at Pearl Harbor
will mean much to Honolulu, Within
a few years there will be a pay roll 6t
81,000,000 monthly distributed from
the shops ana dockyard there and this
money will bo spent in the Islands if
the latter', furnish the products requir
"Tho Bremerton navy yard has prov
cd of Incalculable value to Seattle.
Some Idea of tho extent of business
done nB a result may be gained when
it is known that thor, fs an hourly
boat service between Bremerton and
Seattle, supplied by large steamers
which are generally loaded to their
capacity with passengers nnd supplies.-
"As to the tourist trade, I believe
when tho canal Is opened that there
will bo a rush In here from tho East
which can only bo compared to that of
the gold hunters In '49. When tho
Easterners learn of the possibilities
and the climatic conditions they will
como hero to live, just as they aro now
pouring into Los Angeles, which can
not compare with Honolulu cither as
to cllmato or natural beauty.
"In regard to the proposed hotel,
wo cannot say. much until the ques
tion of site Is solved but wo expect to
return within three months prepared
to go ahead with the building, as we
have been given reason to believe
that wo can sccuro the slta desired."
E. M. Ehrhorn, superintendent of
entomology, reports thnt his division
In April Inspected 608 lots nnd 11,029
pnrcels of plants Imported In twenty
four voshcIs. Of thene. 027 lots and
1 1,230 parcels ,wero passed as freo
f i cm pests, slxteenr lots and 1C9 par
cels woro fumigated, twenty-three lota
nnd 122 parcels woro burned, and tho
soil was removed from tw ll8 and
Twenty-seven packago of vegetable?
and packages of fruit wcro conflsca
cd from passengers 'and immigrants
during the month and destroyed bv
burning. Examination showed much
Of theso to bo badly infested With
STOCK SALES ! STOCK EXCHANGE
reacted to tho test four times, the
reaction being in each coso typical,
still through stubbornness the owner
cannot plead ignorance of the dan
gers, as-ho has been well Informed
nnd tub fact the "animal in question
was a good milker, she was allowed
to remain. -vh tho result that oil
tho present test GO per cent of tho scale insect.1 and other pests.
cows reacted. Better evidence of tho
rapid spread of the disease In a dairy
through tho presence of ono tubercu
lous animal could not be wanted.
"It is hard to understand why,
after the large amount of work which
has been made on the part of the
officials of this division to educate
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RELIEF FOR SUFFERERS.
Stubborn attacks cTdysentcry which
defy other treatment yield promptly
to Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It always gives
relief. For salo by all dealers. Ben-
son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Five packages of vegetables wore
destroyed by Bro. Newell, inspector,
at Hilo out of 1S27 inspected.
Mr. Ehrhorn tells of four boxes ot
predaccous beetles Teeeivwd from Dr.
W. D. Hunter, Victoria, Texas, which
were delivered to T. D. Fuiltway at
the U. S. experiment station. Out ol
102 hoetles. flfty-nlno arrived alive,
tho dairymen, giving them tho best;four just 8UOwlng life and tho rest
and latest Information on the subject
and advising them as to the most
economical methods to follow In erad
icating tho disease, such a condition
should exist. In this instance tho ex
perience has been ai costly one, and
ono calculated to allay all further op
position to the carrying out of meth
ods ot complete eradication of the
disease. I am glad to report that In
stances of this kind ore rare and that
opposition to tho Carrying on of the
work of the eradication ot bovlno
tuberculous has died down and in its
stead has sprung up a keen desire on
tho part of. tho dairymen to offer
every help possible."
During tho month seventy steamers
were attended to, 490 packages bclnp
inspected and passed. They included
400 bags of taro.
15.000; Kaiwlkl, 10,000; Kuknlau (P),
4583; (H), 354; Paauhau,- 13,800; Ho
nokaa, 13,900; Kukulhaele, 5800; Hi
raakua Mill, 4G00; Punaluu, 10,985;
Honolulu 8tock Exchange: Hotwconl Saturday, May 4, 1912.
iinnriin tnnnii ninn n 07.50. S200olUw Man Co 32.75 33.00
Hilo Ex. 69 94.50, 37 Honolulu n, &
Mr Co. 20, 5 do. 20, G do. 20, 10.1 do,
20, 100 Hawaiian C. S. Co, 45, loo
dp, 46.25,. 50 Oahu Sugar Co. 29, 100
do. 29, 25 do. ,29, 15 do. 29. C do. 29, j
G Ewa 33, 5 do. 33, 36 Pioneer 35.25,
15 Monrydo 0, 5 do. .9, 10 do. 9.
Session Sales 5 McBrydo 0, 80 do.
D, 56 behu Sugar Co.-29, 50 do. 29, 50
do. 29, 100 H. C. & S. Co. (S.10) 45.25,
GO Oahu Sugar Co. 29, 40 do. 29, 10
do 29, 40 Pioneer '35.25, G H. C. & S.
Co. 45.12, 5 do. 45.12, 100 do.
45.25, 5 do. 45.25, JS do. 46.26, 30 Paau
Sugar Quotations 96 dcg. Centrifu
gals 4.05. 88 deg. Analysis Beet5 13s.
6Hd. Parity 4.89.
Dividends Mny 5. Hawaiian C. &
S. Co. 25c, Onomea 40c, Honomu ?l.
I Fine Job Printing. Star Ofllce.
'The Mauna Kea reports the follow
ing sugar awaiting shipment: lOlaa.
42i950; Walakea, 28,000; Hawaii Mill,
3500; Hilo Sugar Co., 7500; Onomea,
17,086; Pepeekeo, 13,00;; Honomu, 15,
400; Hakalau, 24,000; Laupahoohoe.
HONOLULU CRICKET CLUB.
Tho annual meeting of this club
will bo held at tho room of the Scot
tish Thistle Club, Nos. 51 and 52,.
Alexnnder Young building, on Tues
day, "May 7, 1912, n't 7:30 o'clock p. m.
A full attendance of members is re
i r . .
Mothers Like Boys9 XTRAGOOp
surrrred up in
that all 'round
HpHE superiority of
clothes for boys over
any and all other rnaKes can be
just one Word value. It's
value that means quality -
in the materials, durability in the making, exact fit, smart style, .
splendid appearance. Such value means economy and perfect .
satisfaction. ,v . . , ' '
Here are "a few of the rrdry strong points,
you Will find in any XTRAG00D suit. .. The
coats are rnade with center" vent collars and
lapels are padded, there is a ' . ;
pencil pocket in left facing ; all coats have continuous' bottom facing;
Trousers are full lined with fine quality sateen or cambric; all seams
are taped to, add strength and overcast to prevent raveling; pockets
are self-faced; every pair has a watch pocket. Both coats and pants
are cut exceptionally large and roomy for growing boys.
CHILDREN'S SUITS, Sailor Blouse and Russian
styles, made of strictly All-Wool Tweeds, Cheviots,
Cassimeres, Velours arid Serges, in Navy, Brown, Red,
Royal and fancy mixed light and dark Grays, fancy
Browns and Tan effects. Sizes, 2y2 (o :l0 years, the
guarantee of worthiness known throughout $ 7 Zf
the country, at.'. ': ......
Others at $5.00 to $10.00.'
BOYS' DOUBLE-BREASTED SUITS, two or three
button, new long lapel models, made of Fine All
Wool Nayy Blue Serges arid, Fancy Mixed Gray and
Brown Tweeds, Cheviots and Velours, Extra Full Cut
Knickerbocker Pants, lined throughout, $'7 TA
sizes 8 to 18 years T. JVJ
BOYS' FANCY KNICKER SUITS, 88 to 18 years, 2
and 3-button, double-breasted and Norfolk models,
with soft roll lapels, Fancy Gray, Brown and Blue Wor
steds, Cassimeres and Tweeds. The best $ 1 A f(
values you have ever seen for only. ... VyWVy
Others at $6.00 to $8.50. . .
BOYS' FANCY KNICKER SUITS, 8 to 18 years, 2
Wool Shrunk Cheviots, Tweeds and Cassimeres, in
New Brown Mixtures, Fancy Gray Checked and Diagonal
Striped Weaves, two-button style coats, Knickerbockers
cut extra full, lined throughout, all seams $T ff
overcast, sewed with pure silk, 8 to 18 years. . . JJJ
(Continued from Pago One.)
most of tho harm they can do i:
transmitting the dlseaso to man or
least, and the epidemic is therefore
bound to increase in extent as well as
In number of cases, as is invariably
the fact In newly invaded territory
until tho nubile becomes educated
through bitter experience 6r tho ne
cesslty of co-operating with tho auih
orltles in suppressing tho disease.
"And that iB exactly what is going
to occur hero It a Blngle Infected an!
mal should gain entranco to tho TorrI
tory and develop the dlseaso before
apprehended. For this reason it has
been forcibly Impressed on mo of late
that wo must do everything possible
to gain the confidence ..nnd. co-opcrn
Hon of tho public and especially o"
'Incoming tourists' or returning resi
dents wno aro accompanied by dogs:
"Every dog owner is as a rulo a
Cog fancier or a dog enthusiast nnd
nothing is moro objectionable, not to
say liorrlblo to soch, than tho idea of
bavlng the canine pet, pal or compan
ion put in quarantine, something, on
a par with having a member of the
family confined In tho state prison.
Thls. in connection with tho unfortun.
ato length of tno quarantine -which tho
nature ana 'course 'of tho disease
makes Imperative, suggests that tho
premises where the -animals aro to "be
confined Tjo made as comfortable and
pttractlve as possible In order to make
the prolonged segregation resemhlo
Imprisonment ns llttlp as possible nnd
thereby1 lnduco tho owners to comply
Tlth tho requirements of tho law In
stead df trying to evado them."
'"Tho dogs now confined In the sta
tion "havo cost their owners moro than
J l'OOO, and T do "not. consider that theso
animals aro any too well protected
from theft, oven though tho keeper
spends most of Ills time, both night
ana day, among them. For this rea
son 1 -would recommend that both
the outside as -well as the inside of
the dog division be strengthened in
such a way that entranco from" tho
outBfdo cannot "bo effected for unlaw
"As stated the kenncls'provfded for
tho -enforcement of Rulo VI are prac
tically full, only two of tho -smallest
ones, those for' lap dogs, "being -racant
I "would thorefoTO recommend 'that at
least six moro kennels bo built imme
diately and even-this number TUo not
consider sulflclcnt to aocommodato the
normal arrival of dogs, oven -when tHe
regulations becomes fully Tcnown, and
Itt -existence Is -called to the -attention
of visitors -and returning resi
dents bringing dos with them. Vood
must be provides nnd properly pro-
pared, and as tho necluded location of
the station' makes It difficult to got
gootle or provisions delivered regulur.
ly it ibeconiCB obvious that tho keep
er must bo provided with means for
obtalmig the provisions and for pre
paring -.them. I have so far provided
the keeper with a saddlo horse, but lie
cannot carry three or four qparts of
milk ana half a dozen loaves of bread,
to say nothing of meat, rico and other
necessaries, on horseback. Ho must,
consequently, bo provided with somo
means of transportation, especially so
long as his own living Is to bo con
sidered, and his absence from tho
station should bo limited to tho short
est possible time."
IJnw Agrl Co .......
Hpw C & S Co ... 45.25
llnjir c9 .... MC.00
Houokaa Sue Co .. 8
Haiku Pln Co.... 206.00
Hutch Sug Co ... 21.00
Kahuku Plan Co
MoBryde Sug Co . 9.00
Oahu Sug Co .... 29.00
Onomea Sug Co . . 50.00
Olaa Sug Co 7.75
Pnuub.au Sug Co . 24.50
Pain Plan Co 200.00
Pioneer Mill Co ... 35.25
Walalua Agrl Co . 131.00
M S N Co 170.00
Haw Elec Co 200.00
H II T & L, Co .
H It & Iv Com .
O It & I. Co ...
Hono IJ & M Co
Haw Pine Co ..
Cal Deet Sug 6s.
Hon Gas Co Cs .
Hilo It II t)B 100.00
Hilo It R Ex Cs .. 94.25
Honokaa Sug Cs .. 103.50
H It f & L Ca 107.00
Kauai Ity Cs 100.00
Kohnla Ditch Gs 100.00
McBrydo Sug Cs . 99.75
Mutual Tel Co ... 103.00
O R & L Co 5s... 103.00
Oahu Sug 5s 103.00
Olaa Siig to 97.50.
Pacific Sug Gs ,.. 103.50
Pioneer Mill Gs .. 100.00
Walalua Agrl 5s .. 102.50
Natomaa Con. 6s . 93.75
it will keep correct time. Much
thought and care Is given every
movement intrusted to our car.
Our watchmakers aro thorough
mechanics ot many years ex
perience. Wo tolcrato no guesswork here.
H. F Wichman
& Co., Ltd.
Jas. W. Pratt
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans Nego
"PRATT," 125 Merchant 8L
(Continued from Pago One.)
vented Hawaii and Maui from organ
izing and' excluding Hawaiian grown
fnrtts from their local portB at an
earlier period than they did. This
they and all the othor inlands should
havo done as soon as it was reported
that tho fruitfly existed on Oahu."
Mr. Qiffard refers to tho sending of
I?r. Sllvestln to tropics! West Africa
In quest of a parasite to attack tho
Cly. Ho had also communicated, with
tho minister of agriculture for West
Australia about a reported parasite
that attaches Itself to tho molonlly
and is scld to attach Itself incident
ally to the Mediterranean pest. Ef
forts -vroro being mado to secure a coV
ony of this jjaraslto for experimental
purposes, but it was doubtful It they
would succeed as, so far .as known,
tno parasite nover established itself
andcr natural conditions.
Tk-o co-operation of Dr. E. V. Wil
cox, director of the United States ex.
pertmont-Statir n, and H. A. Wclnland,
ngent of tho California horticultural
cwximlralon, to acknowledged.
O. O. Cuii&ai
78 Merchant St.
Beets, 13, 6 l2d
Benia iatenoiisB Tiiis;
Members Honolulu Stook and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT ST. i
"The Store for Good Clothes"
, Ltd. I
FRANKLIN TOURS MAUI.
W. C. Franklin, manager of the Ho
nolulu branch of tho great Brunswick
Balko Collender Company, returned
yesterday from a visit to Maul. He
reports having had an especially good
time In Walluku with the "boys," and
Incidentally did an excellent business.
Tho Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Com
pany's local branch has a very attract
ive new stock of billiard and pool
tnblos, ico chests, buffet supplies of
every kind, ptc. A look through tho
display rooms In Queen street Is well
worth tho while of anyono In search
of good EOf this kind.
A "Classified Ad" In tho 8tar will
bring results when all other expedl-
(Continued from page two.)
sko 'had been llvln' on board the
schooner wqile wo was in part. And
then all you silly galoots was a sit-
tln' ton -the -wharf holding out the glad
hand for something I wished I could
fcavo got out of altogether when wo
come Into this port.
'T iHss thero ain't much more to
explain 'but there Is sure ono thing I
would like to .lay and that Is that I
envy poor Dave." '
Wilson itH 1 tie excitement had slm.
mered down and the questioning was
over Walt broko in with a question.
"How Is M. that you aro all wot, Cap,
It ain't rainiu' none Is it?"
"I wam ashore, you seo sho don't
quite approvo of this kind of thing."
"T.ut how aro you going back again
without being .spotted?"
"I ain't goln' back, I catch the Aus
tratian boat for Sydney tonight and
say, Walt, If you would like to change
places with me why I'm ready to con
gratulato you right now."
A three-line "want ad." In the
"Classified page of The Star will
coat only 90 cents a week. Can you
You can Stop
falling hair and euro Itohlng scalp II
you uso n llttlo of
PACHECO'S DANDftUFF KILLER.
This well known remedy Is olllca-
clous and Immedlnto rollof follows the
first application. Directions on every
Sold by nil Druggists and at
PACHECO'S BAHBER 8HOP.
Leading Fire Company of the- World.
Flaco your business with a com
pany that knows how to faco a crisis
and is in a position to do so,
Losses 1 Paid, $222,951,358."
C.Brower & Go,, Ltd-
General Agonts, Territory of Hawaii.
Harry Armltage. H. Cushmam Carter.
Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Go,
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Bono"
P. O. Box 683. Telephone 2101. '
Cable and Wireless Address:
Cable Address "uuisenberg," Honolulu
E. G. Duisenbergr-
Stock and Bond Broker.
MEMBER HONOLULU 8TOCK AND
7G Merchant St., opposlto Bishop A
Co.'s Bank, Honolulu.
Telephone 3013. ' p. o. Box 322
"Patronlzo Homo Industry."-
of Hawaii, Llmltod.
Telephone 3529. 90 Kino 8L
James F. Morgan
Member of Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stock nnd .Bond Orders reeo'lvn
Information furnished rolutlvo to nil
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Phono JG72. p. o. Box 594.
If you have "wants." let them h
known In the "Classified" page of The
Star.' We will do the rest.