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THIS HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JUNIi 1.1, 1912,
LAST CHANGE TONIGHT
IMB' i aiil "I
Presenting a beautiful musical songscena
A rollicking comedy opera
A "PATSY" HENRY.
Monday, June 1 7 th, the Juvenile Bostonians will present
a "Request Programme." Requests are solicited by the
management for the repeating of any song rendered dur
ing Juvenile's engagement.
CUBA AND THE TARIFF BILL
, ; On tho two subjects that are wor
rying local holders of sugar stocks
f-i the tariff possibilities and the Cuban
situation tho Louisiana Planter juBt
, to hand has somo expressions of ex-
. pert opinion. It dec'ares that inter
vention In Cuba, If It led to annexa
tion of that island, would be death
to the -Louisiana sugar industry, a
proposition which is regarded as ap
plying here, while its other proposi
tion, thattfree sugar would as quick
ly kill tho industry, meets the views
of leading local sugar men that only
ono or two Hawaiian plantations
could survive under free sugar.
The Planter's Washington corres
pondent tells of deals being attempt
ed which causo somo alarm to tho
sugar interests, in tho following lan
guage: "Some of the members of tho sen
ato who aro opposed to tho Lodge
substitute base their action on the
theory that they would prefer to ac
I cept.a slight reduction, or even tho
Bristow amendment, at this time, If
by so doing the sugar question could
be settled at this session, rather than
to fight a reduction now and havo
another fight at the next session. Tn
theory this sounds somewhat plausi
ble, but' thero Is no assurance that
by acceding to a slight reduction at
present, the tariff reductionists would
not bo clamoring for anothcr cut In
tho not distant future. To comprom
ise now, say tho friends of tho Lodgo
bill, when by a stand-pat program
no sugar legislation can go through
would bo used as a basis for a sub
stantial reduction in tho future when
thero was a possibility of now sugar
legislation really being enacted. Es
pecially would this apply If tho Dcm.
.ocrats should succeed to full power
at tho coming elections. Tho claim
would bo made, and with somo force
to the argument, that If tho friends
of sugar agreed to a reduction, they,
.thereby, admitted that tho tariff was
too high, and that they could stand
an oven greater reduction than they
were willing voluntarily to admit.
Tho wholo situation revolves Itself
Into a game of politics and each side
, Is playing for points for tho futuro.
Ft "Thero Is one phaso of tho ques
tion, however, which is causing con
siderable worry to the friends of the
. 'ion :
sugar industry, namely, the efforts
of certain Democratic senators to get
their party to agree to vote for the
house free sugar uill. Should they
succeed in this, it will, of course,
commit tho Democratic party to the
policy of placing sugar on the free
list, in which event the home sugar
Industry would be wiped out of ex
istence at the first opportunity if that
party should elect a president and se
cure control of both houses of con
gress next fall. It Is believed, how
ever, that Senator Williams, who is
leading tho Democrats in tho senate
on the sugar light, will not consent
to such a proposition.
"In any event, it seems certain that
whatever measure Is passed in tho
senate, it will be either a Democratic
or a straight Republican bill, and that
the Insurgents will not be a factor
of Importanco ono way or tho other,
as they havo anticipated they would
As to Cuba, tho Louisiana paper
"Tho reported outbreaks among tho
negroes in the Island of Cuba is
thought by somo jingo patriots to In
dicate tho early annexation of Cuba
to the United States through a third
intervention, tho other, two Interven
tions having failed to Impress them
selves sufficiently upon tho Cuban
minds to repress tho outbreaks now
reported thero. Wo believe that It
would bo very unfortunate for the
United States to construo itself as In
any manner compelled to tako over
tho Cuban government, and so far as
Louisiana is concorned, the annexa
tion of Cuba would bo death to tho
Louisiana sugar Industry. Wo aro
reminded of tho old story of tho boys
stoning tho frogs in tho pond 'for
fun,' and tho remonstrance of tho
frogs that whllo It might bo fun for
the boys, it was death to them. So
we say that whllo It may bo fun or
adventure for tho negroes of Cuba to
overthrow their government, It would
bo death to tho Louisiana sugar plan
tors, who certainly can't compete on
oven terms with Cuba."
yesterday for supplying the depart
ment of Hawaii with fodder for the
army stock on Oahu during the fiscal
year from July 1, 1912. Tho estimates
for the year are as follows:
Fort do Russy 210,000 100,000
Honolulu 322,000 220,000
Fort Shatter 200,000 124,000
Schofleld Bar'ks... ..7,000,000 5,000,000
Fort Ruger 63,000 27,0000
Totals 7,705,000 3,471.000
The Union Feed Company and the
California Feed' Company were the two
local bidders, the figures of the former
being tho lowest. However, bids were
opened simultaneously In San Fran
cisco, Portland, Seattle and other
mainland cities, and no information
was received in the afternoon as to
which bidder was tho lowest. Tho
local bids were cabled to tho San Fran
cisco division headquarters. The Union
Feeu Company's bids follow:
Timothy hay At Seattle or San
Francteco, $1 per hundred; at dock
Honolulu, $1.21; at posts, ?1.24. Wheat
hay, at the same points, 03 cents, $1.13
Oats At Seattle or San Francisco,
$2.05 per "hundred pounds for the first
quarter, $1.57 for the second, $1.03 for
tho third, $1.C8 for tho fourth; at tho
Honolulu dock, $2.1G, $1.77, $1.2,
$1.87; at tho posto, $2.18, $1.70, $1.84,
The California Feed Company mado
only a slnglo bid, $1.35 for hay deliv
ered at tho posts.
BIDS FOR ARMY
Bids were opened in tho office of
Captain Game, depot quartermaster,
Thursday, Juno 13, 1912.
Ewa Plan Co lfe.37- .32.87'j
Hawn Agrl Co .... 191.00 ......
Hawn C & S Co 44.75
Hawn Sug Co 48.00"
Honokaa Sug Co 12.00
Haiku Sug Co 205.00 235.00
Hutch S P Co 22.50
Kahuku Plan Co 18.00
Kokaha Sug Co 310.00
Koloa Sug Co 190.00 210.00
McBrydo Sug Co 9.25 9.50
Oahu Sug Co 28.12Mi .28.25
Onomea Sug Co 53.25
Olaa Sug Co 7.50 7.87
Pr.la P'an Co 205.00 240.00
Pioneer Mill Co .. '31.12. 34.50
Wnialua Agr Co .. 129.50 130.00
H S N Co 190.00 201.00
H RT & LCopfd.. 140.00
II R T & L Co com. 140.. 00
Mut Tel Co 20.. 50
O R & L Co 1C9.00
Hllo R R Co com. 7.60
H B & M Co 21.00
Hawn Irr Co
Hawn Pino Co
Tanjong Olok R Co ......
Pahang Rub. Co .' . . .......
Pacific S Mill Cs .. 103.00
Cal B S & R Co 6- 100.00
Hon Gas Co 6b ... 100.00
H R R Co 6b., 100.50
H R C R & B 68.. 91.25
Hon Rapid T & L 107.25
Kauai R Co 6s 100.00
Kohala Ditch 6a
Mut Tel Gs 103.00
O R & L Co 5s 103.50
Olaa Sug Co 6s.... 97.60
Pacific Sugar Mill. . 103.00
Pioneer Mill 6s.... 100.00
Walalua Agr Co Gs 102. jjO
Natomas Con Ca ... 93.75
Honolulu Stock Exchange. Sales
between bourns 50 McBrydo -9.50, 200
Ewa 32.75, 50 Hawn C & S Co 44.75,
25 do 14.75, 70 Oahu Sug Co 28.25, 50
do 28.2ri, 12 do 28.25, 25 do 28.25, 10
do 28.25, 30 Pioneer 34.25. 30 Walalua
130, $3000 Olaa Gs 97.50, $3000 do 97.50.
ScF.ilon sales G5 II C $ S Co 44.75,
10 do 44.75, 25, do 44.75, 5 Oahu Sug
Co 28.25, 5 do 28.25, $1000 O R & L
Co 5s 103.50. 15 Hawn C & S Co 44.75.
Sugar quotations 90 degrees centri
fugals 3.92, 88 degrees analysis beets
lis W-d, parity 4.50.
FORT STREET CORNER.
(Continued from l'ag Onol
thought tho property In. tho nilddlo of
tl.o Fort street block between KIn-l
r.nd Merchant streets to bo worth
more per square foot than that on
the makal corners.
Tho witnesses who testified this
morning woro Arthur Notly, J. If.
Craig, E. A. Mclnerny and A. N.
Campbell. Olson objected vigorously
to Mclnerny testifying as to values,
on tho ground that ho had not quali
fied as a real estato export. Judgo
Dole, however, sustained tho conten
tion of tho government attornoys that
Mclnorny might testify as a business
r.inn familiar through long asBorhtlon
with tho proporty In quostlon. Mr.
Mclnorny placed a valuo of $10 per
pqtiaro foot, to a dopth of Rlxty-flvo
feet, on tho Hawaiian trust land, and
stated that ho valued his own corner
ovA tho Cummins corner at $12.50
per square foot.
A. N. Campbell was likewise of tho
opinion that tho corner proporty was
mcr valuable than property located
In tho middle of tho block.
Olson excepted to tho testimony of
tho two above mentioned witnesses
being allowed. At tho conclusion of
Campbell's testimony R. W. Breckons
Mated that tho government rested,
except for certain testimony from
Arthur Neely that had been asked for
by one of the Jurymen.
! Jas. F. Morgan Co. Ltd.
Member of Honolulu Stock and Boat
Stock and Bond Orders recelv
Information furnished relative to U
' STOCKS AND BONDS.
LOAN 8 NEGOTIATED.
Phono 1672. P. O. Box 5SM
"Patronize Homo Industry."
Regular sessions of tho tax appeal
board of Oahu will commence Mon
day morning, when tho first two ap
peals will be heard Mary Root and
the John Ena Estate, Ltd. It Is ex
Icrtcd that none of tho hearings will
be of long duration and that tho con
tented points will bo settled by thn
board with as llttlo delay as possi
ble. Owing to tho necessity of Tax As
fc"fsor Wllder's prcsenco at tho Ma
huka site case, tho board session was
postponed until Monday. Another reas
on for tho postponement Is said to
bo that many of thoso having np
popls havo been showing signs of
Mllllngncss to compromlso and the
hearings wero delayed In ordor to
give thoso desirous a chanco to nr
rnngo a settlement with tho Territory.
of Hawaii, Limited.
Telephone 3529. 96 King Si
Estimates Furnished on Buildings.
160 Hotel St., Oregon Bldg. Tel. 3G6f
Jas. W. Pratt
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans Nei
"PRATT," 125 Merchant 8t
II. CuBhman CarUr
THE EPIPHANY MISSION
TO ELECT OFFICERS
The annual meeting for electing
officers will bo held at tho Epiphany
Mission this evening nt 7:30. Tho
mission Is located in Kalmuki at tho
ciner of Tenth and Palolo avenues.
Tho work of this mission is in a
flourishing condition and the congre-
gntlon Is looking forward to tho erec
tion of a now church building In tho
near futuro. Steps aro also being
taken to havo a permnnont pistor to
work In this Interesting district.
Tho mission has recently been pro
sontcd with somo useful gifts. Tho
Confraternity of tho Blessed Sacra
ment gave th mission a handsome
gold-plated solid silver challco nnd
, pnton. A now hymn board nnd also
, a sign board bearing tho name of tho
mission havo also, been given.
Harry Armitage & Go,
.Stoclc nnd Bonds
MewDer Honolulu Stock and Bob
P. O. Box 683. Telephone 2101.
Cab! and Wireless Address:
Leading Fire Company of the World
Place your business with a com
pany that knows how to face a crloli
and la in a position to do so.
Losses Paid, $222,951,358.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
O. C. Ounha
78 Merchant 8t,
of excellent de
sign and quality.
Here you get
the Best at
H. F. Wichman
& Co., Ltd.
Beefs, II, 8 i4d
Henru laieifpse Trust
Members Honolulu Stock and Boa
FORT AND MERCHANT BT.
E. G. Duisenberg
76 meiGiait St. Piione 3013