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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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's Business Men Busy
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r('(tient ut IMmo t)attl. the smiii of
$2"ii, clvlna lit note fur the minium
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no ralair Htiil the nute lie,iig-teft un
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THE POPLLAlt PA SORITES
Prcsentina a Rcrertoite of the latest
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
Chas Hoyt's Greatest Comedy,
"A TEXAS STEER."
Wednesday and Tliursaay. tlie Pret
ty -Tumi Comedy.
"FROM TARM TO FACTORY.-'
Evening prices, 2jc . 50c., 75c.
Seat! now on sale for all perform
ances, Wc Guarantee
to pive oa the very finest class of1
hand work nt the same nriccs you
are now paying; for machine laun
drvin" F R E llr C H
J. Abadie, Prop
Fox' Groceries f
Pliono 70 I
Brown & Lyon Co. I
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Does your tvtewi"ci 01 phono
irraph need repairing? Do ou v. mt
it done right and by a iran who un
derstands his busincbi and Ins no
typewriter agency, and tlutcloic
needs bIiow no favor to any on- mo v
of machine?. Then call nn 0 I
LENORD, Phone GC8. 102 Hotel St
ggr BULLETIN ADS PAY -533
mii ukunrurl(lc i:yu.lllua
.'lltlsl Ii II fir llle sum nf $:!S:l tT.
uiih'h, himever. iib Hi er tutliilleil
1'iiii")' I)alil illeil at San Francisco
.lime I. It 8, an I nil Dieeinbui 1, u a,
John I" Co.linrn tt.w iiiiliiti'il extent
i.r of the e&t,ite Sluiw lneKeiiteil III
tlalm to Colliiirn. who, however, the
etuniilaliiL b.i.vh, refuxeH tn pay It.
Ilelicu the new arlliin.
A .medical partnership has been
foimed bctwein llr J II Itn.uinmil of
Ainu I and Di C. II. Wood or this illy.
!i. llatnoiid as stifled In the II tide
tin. Intends to make Honolulu his
Mrs. A. B. Ingalls,
On May 13, nt 8 P M.
At the rcsiucnce of Gov Walter F,
Miss Margaret Clarke Pianist,
Miss Wertheraucller Pianist.
Rev. Canon Win. Ault, Baritone, i
THE'IeAI'TYAND THE BEAST j
. f COLORED FILM.
HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS.
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday, and
Fort Sheet nnd Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Nut an ill-smelling closed auditorium,
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS. ,
Children 5 Cents j
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES !
CHANOES MONDAYS !
AND THURSDAYS ,
GOOD MUSIC I
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
WI R I N G I
Of all hinds done in a thorough way
at reasonable pi ices by ihe i
Hninsoii Blk , Fort and Beretania.l
Real Estate Is Finding
, Sales at Good
IGENIIUL REVIEW OF
TKADE 1HIS WEEK
Tobacco Men Are Well Satisfied With
Outlook Sidelight of
, What will the etr:i illviilemH In " m
the ihi'.'kIkiii aullalltiK the men un ill.
Utieet tli-'ne ilays.
Ar aiinoiinceit exclnsle:y In ihe
Hit I let In, Hawaiian CinnincrH.il will
) pay an extra illvtileml of fifty tents a
xhat) next month, Kwa stockhiiMers
iare liupliis for somctlilnK of the xinie
klml lint they are not so sure of It on
iiLeount of die inatiiiKement IicIiik ultra
ciiMM'n uthe. Last )enr the extia illv
lileml was pahl In Mny.
j The ohl cry about the labor vltitntlon
In lieKlnnlni; to be heanl. It may
I amount lo KometliltiR ami It may not.
Many of the plantations are tnkliiK
' Wciii huh Mem to lmproe the eoiull-
Huns FiirrouitilliiK the workmen ho
lhal the labor of nil classes will be
nioie permanent These will not suffer
from serlottH labor illM!eultles. Prop
erties that take no HioiiKht for the
inonow anil do iiotliliiK until In the
inlilut of a ciI.iIh iua lie heard later
makliiK 11 loud inline One of Hie very
mcessar) thlliKit In coiiiiectlon with
the lab':r sltintlon Is for the, ImtulKra
t on lloanl to hcHln operations at the
earliest postdtilu moment.
Ihe stock maihei for the week has
been In lis usual healthful condition.
It Is becumliiK almost an ohl story
to say that the market Is sliong and
the money situation comfortable. Yet
this Is the continuous fact. And
money should bo even mote plentiful
as the ictiirni from the crop begin to
come In more rapidly. Two hundred
thousand tons of thu present crop has
hi en marketed and In a very short
time all the planting nml grinding sea
son ovetdraris will be paid off. There
me mighty few as It Is. Then monc)
must seek an outlet In dividends and
these must be Invented,
Tlie s ii Kin situation In the world'H
maiket Is satisfactory although accord
lug to nil accounts Cuba will roll up
a good sized crop. The sharp advance
In the prlco of ccntilfiignla on uccoutu
of the rains In Cuba has been checked
and both beets and centrifugals have
I dropped back In price. Heets, however,
Hue beginning to recover though thu
figure for centrifugals through the
week has ruled at 3.80 cents.
Tho sugar circulars received by Uu
last mall bpeak of thu heavy rains In
Cuba as very bad for tho present crop
but of Inestimable value lo thu new
ciop. Further rains in Cuba will glvu
that Island great crop piospeclu fot
1UI0, Auuther statement to be reinem
beted In passing Is thi't tho Cuban
plauteis are In u better position Ilium
daily this ear than they have been
fur somu time past.
In the local sugar world, thu reports
fiom all the plantations me highly fnv-
otiible. Neaily all of them aru over
The bad weather'
IB fcC V1VT
llio uar has beti, fob
class sugar wo.-uhei
nf the firm
lowed liy ii
iitnl the am i
fir the liann,
content hsu conn- ii
Ii will be a good .voar
lilantatltitiH anil the tall-
Local Stock Market.
In the lo il market there hoi been J
Mead) trailm ' but tiotliliiK of a sensa
tional tint in The announcement of
the Hawaii m Commercial extra illvl'
ile ml has n t been followed hy nny
Kreat rise in price. Thin shown that
the dlvldetiil has been discounted. The
doubt nhon the extra Kwn' dlvldetiil
bns caused - me to let no and others
to buy. Mum will tell you that Hwn
cannot hcln paliiK an extra next
moiitli.v, Tli same will tell jou that
I Walnlua nu t pay one per cent beforu
thu end of Hit ear, because the money
will he on Ii mil ami the nKciits cannot
hold It Inn k The UKenlH say nothltif;
ami the dli-itors have not yet met.
These im about thu only ones on
which extras 01 Itictcaseb are expected.
Uahn Ih tiunlUK out a Hpletnlld crop.
Mnknwell Is In n similar poslllou. Ouo
mea will maintain Its two-and a-half
per cent unless ttomcthlni; unexpected
comes over the directors of this prop
erty, noted for Its sudden dividend
changes. Pioneer Is innkliiK a good
AmonR the less expensive stocks
there Is u pnul demand hut no selling
at current prices. I'ottr dollars Is a
htniulliiK bid lor Mcllodo with no sell
ers, one kiiiall lot Kolni? for four-nnd-an-clRhth
(lilt. week. There Is little trail
Iiik tn Olaa because the holders are
keeping It strong at present prices
There Is a Koneral rumor among the
stockholders of Ookaln that they are
to receive monthly payments on their
stock, hcKiiinltiK w-lth this month and
continuing until the J2r,0,0llU payment
and tha lettirns from the crop are com
plete. Onknla stnckholderH are the
luckiest Hople In town.
Jared Smith, head of tho Knna to
bacco plantation, came to town hy tlie
Manna l.oa Ho repoits tho tobacco
crop as moving along In good shape
and he has no reason to qualify the
confidence he has placed In this Indus
try. His plantation has seventeen
acres pjutitcd and will put In sixty
acres tljjs spring. .They have had good
rains nmil everything is running along
Tho pineapple men nre taking a
more cheerful view of life although the
market Is still very much demoralized.
It is apparent after talking with any
plncapylc man a few moments that the
pineapple association Is not a combina
tion to control the market. The
amount of cooperation that Is being
dlnu in marketing tho product will
never hurt nnvone. It will be neces. Tho R.ai Estnto Exchango report
saiy for much more gettlng-together invB 8oU1 lne reB(icCe of T. Has
befoto this organization nmounts to all1 muaeu al Kallhl this forenoon,
that It should. At the same time It Isi , ,
doing something toward bringing all
Hawaii's Interests together In the ef-
fort tn secure n fair tariff protection
for tho Hawaiian product. The crop.
Is moving out of tho hands of canncrs
and tho way will bo clear for thu newi
crop Unless conditions change a
good many of thu growers will liavo lo j
find a mnrko in tho freph fruit stalU. j
Most of tho canners will bo satisfied tn
take cute of their own.
Tourists Buy Stocks.
One of tho encouraging signs of tl.o
times Is the way in which newcomers,
of whom there aiu u great many In
Honolulu now, are taking kindly to nut
sugar stocks mid other attractive
forms of investments. Tho Trent
Tins! Co. report sales of largo blockR
A friend to knead
That's a friend indeed
IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
of Hocks to tourists, soino of whom
liavo also Invested In reul estate with
" view of making their nomes ncre,
mesa are the moat ilosirnnie ciu, mi
uvcrv fanillv of means that locates
here helps add to the general prosper
ity. On the other Ifninl, tho..o who
liuvw tut slid In our securities and are
having thu dividends jipiiI to them at
their mainland homei, lire among the
best advertisers we have. Air ireiil
tells of n Utah banker who bought
largely of local stocks while here on
a visit some months ngo, and who
wrltea that his friends In his home
town aro much Interentcd in mu K'i
returns he Is receiving. In this way
many business men of means are hav
Ing their attention directed this way
In n most excellent manner.
The good "missionaries" In the Trent
Trust Co. otnees confess to having
come very near using cuss words uu
out! occasion recently They had tak
en a couple of home-seeking tourists
nil tlui way to l'lipttkea In the com
pany's automobile lo show a pineapple
ranch that had been listed with them
ut a bargain price for quick sale, Mr.
Tourist and his good wife were both
delighted with the proposition, uud in
timated that they would be ready to
close the deal on the return to Hono
lulu, lint, alack and inlay! On the
way back to town a stop was made lo
allow .Mrs, TourUt to visit a uMiiicr
acquaintance, ami when the "family"
learned what was up they gut out the
tool chest and proceeded to hammer
pineapples, and I'ltpiiken pineapples In
particular, all to pieces. When It was
all over the touilsts felt that they
had been providentially saved from a
hold-up game, and called the whole
thing off. And the uoxt week they
sailed back to the mainland.
Real Estate Salei.
At the Treut Trust Co. ofllces on
Fort street, notwithstanding enlarged
quarters end Increased clerical force,
all hands liavo been working overtime
attending to the growing demands on
tho Company's different lines of ser
vice. Mr. Trent reports sales of lots
In College Hills, at Kalmukl, and In
Kalllil during the week, but declines
to give out details and names of sell
ers nnd bt:)ers on account of tho com
pany's rule that all transactions aru
confidential between thu company and
its clients. An examination of papers
filed at the llcglster ofllcu shows tho
Trent Trust Co. mark on u goodly pro
portion. Hawaiian Trust Deals.
Tim Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd.,
has been developing a number of deals
which now arc waiting only the sign
ing of the final papers to make tho
transactions complete. Prices have
shown n tendency to advance.
The Carmen's llall In K. l Hall will
ho well worth whllo..
Chiimlcle. One of tho biggest social
cvc'ils of tho season in naval circles
j will ho thu old-time May Day party to
ofllcers and their families and friends,
at which Captain and Mrs, l.nclen
Young will be most gracious hosts at
tlulr Maro Island home. Those who
& Co., Ltd.,
Whitney & Marsh
65c a yard. All
Mean Money for
The Clearance Sale is
will bo guests liavo been anticipating
this extension of the well-linovvn hos
pltallty of tho Captain and his wife
,vvlth some trepidation of late, ovvlu
to the pcilous Illness of Captain Young
with pneumonia. Though somewhat
pulled down by the sickness, Captain
Young Is now out again and entering
into the preparations for the party
with customary zest.
The natural and artificial conditions
at Mare Island nil combine lo make tho
possibilities of a grand old May Day
garden paity difficult to equal. This,
with tho Youngs for host mid hostuss.
Ib amplo assurance of thu success of
tho affair from every point of view.
One feature of tho day Is to be a
May polo, anil Captain Young declares
that ho will have lo show pcoplo out
hero how a May pole should be made,
and how It should be treated on tho
first day of tho blossom month.
All married officers who aro station
ed hero or who will be In port at that
time will ho favored with Invitations to
the party, and Captain Young will
show everybody his pet ducks and
Drawing To A
THE BARGAIN SALE that has become a
1 chapter in the history of retailing
in Honolulu is coming to an end. We
are making further reductions in prices.
Goods fast-selling will be cheapened
with those that go slowly.
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
Tim MAUNA KEA arrived this
morning from Hllo and vVuy ports.
lirlnL-lnir n irooil-slzed list of liassen-
gers nnd general cargo.- Pursor Phil- f
lips reports tho following sugar on Ha
waii, ready for shipment: Olaa, 15.124;
Walakea, C00O; Hawaii Mill, 8500;
Walnnkit, 7000; Onomea, 10,000; I'e
'peekeo, -14,100; Honomu, 13,450; Ha
ltalau, 17,000; Laupahoehoe, 4500;
Ooknla, 8500; Kukalau, II '730, 1) 42U7;
Hamakua, 7000; Paauhau, 8500; Hono
kao, 8000; Kukulhacle, 7800; Ptinaluu,
11,120; Honuapo, 460.
THE MILLER SALVAOE CO., ot
wjilch Captain Miller Is president. Is
negotiating for the purchase or tho
American ship Elwell, owned by tho
Seattlo Shipping Company, for Die
purjioso of carrying ohla ties between
Hllo and Ban Pedro, Tho ship, It Is
said, Is worth about $16,000.
THE STEAMER James A. Cummins
of Win. O. Irwin & Co. Is laid up along
tho Oceanic dock, to bo given a gen
eral overhauling. Bho will bo In com
mission again tho early part of next