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RVllXIXO IHJU.KTIN. HONOUll.tl. T II. SATURDAY. MAY 15. 199.
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nnd to do it well usf
This oil lubricates (nc.er gums). Cleans, Polishes and
Prevent Rust on Hetils. Guns. Revolvers, Tools, Cycles,
Talking Machines. Tvucwritcrs. Sewing Mnclnncs, etc.
It is put un in tin, not glass, nnd en"h tin has a spout so
that every time you bav llany Use Oil a good squirt can is
Many Use Oil is a good oil. put up in a handy package,
and every one should have a can or more about the house.
Try a 25c can and see how you like it
0. HALL & SON, LTD.
SOLE AGENTS 'FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
a-SKHBBZa IIUMI i M
ON STRIKE RESULT
Full Confidence Shown
In Failure Of
REAL ESTATE PROSPECTS
ARE PARTICULARLY GOOD
Moau Money for
Tlie Clearance Sale is
European Immigration Has Most Fa
1 vorable Frospects Sales Re
ported and Deals
i:rryllilriK In ttu business line has
' rniiififil lii tin tttriki if Jiinnnoso lab
lorcrs mi iliri"1 of the Oaliu sugar plan
Tla- situation ngaln brings tn notice
how dependent all lines or 1jiIiic
nrn one lliu sugar Industry
While tills fnct In brought homo tn
a went number or,peopla there U im
absolute freedom from any panicky
.tilrlt ntiiniitr lti niiinnirerrt of nlilntn-
tlons or the holders of sugar Mocks,
The people uro waitllM io nee wnnt ine
H'Hilt will lie, and, banking on the
fuel Hint Ihe majority of the Japanese
will show nw'rnge bushies sense, they
do nut anticipate a prolonged period
of lnnctlvlt on the sugar plantnttoiiB.
One thing may lie taken for grant-
led. the present strike will ho carried
in In u complete show-down between
the sugar Industry iniitingcrK nnd the
agitators who are stirring tip tlio Jap
niiese. The pluiitatlou Interests are
acting as a unit and any losses will
he thai edeijually by at least four hun
dred and scvotity-fle thousand tons
nf sugar, nnd it is altogether probable,
that If the ugltatois become moro lie
live and the strikers go to extiemes a
million dollar Htilke fund will bo
raised to li.' ured as It may be needed.
NEW GOODS JUST OPENED
for season of 1909 among this shipment, prices from $1,00
per suit up,
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KINO AND BETHEL STS.
ti.ilm Hngar, li.i hliH'il up will. tiKt
wldislHiidlim lis plantation U venter
of tlio strike agitation and the labor
rti on that plantation nrc uglier thus
filr than any others. Tim plantation is
in a Kpleudlil position to resist a con
tinned labor troublu without serious
injur' lo'lts'crop; lonour lias.ilroi
ped ipilte il little thin. week for no par
ticular reason us the property Is re
ported In good condition.
One thing is notlccablo tn the. pros
ent situation' them Is more confidence
shown In the securities of plantation
that hao pursued the policy of em
ploying clllten labor In their mills
nnd on the plantation.
The price of sugar has been steadily
strengthening despite the very favor
able report from Cuba. Tlio CubanH
are evidently In much better financial
condition and do not have to throw so
much of their product on tlio market
nt a sacrifice. The price of raws halt
advanced to 3.92, where II Is held
strong und today the steady advance
of becta is topped with n quotation of
10s. 7','id. or n parity or 4.24 cents.
Tilts Is n very excellent condition at
this period, which Is practically the
height of the harvesting season.
The moRl Important announcement
of thu week was mado cxclusliely In
the 11 ii 1 1 e 1 1 n un Tl.ursdny when
this paper reported the organization of
the Immigration llurcau and the selec
tion of A. J. Campbell to go to Kuropc
to solicit Kuropean homesteaders. One
of the reciulllug firms reports that It
has upwards of three thousand jieople
ready to take passage from Madeira.
Tlio Hoard will hasten Its work and
will be materially aided by the lniM)rt
nnt Interests that stand ready tn pay
their Income tax assessment the da)
It lr, due, not waiting until It Is delin
quent. A sale of live hundred shares of
llrowery stock took place yesterday,
although only a part of It was reporte I
on the exchange today. Thero Is said
to be a prospect of an extra dividend,
though this Is not ofllclul. Tlio trans
action wuh n change. from sugar to
I SPORTS I
rWh 1 hrr: ffjf B
I That Saves
It is built for service,
and gives it.
Theo. H. Davies fc Co.,
The plantation Interests are not op
IKised to a general readjustment of the
wage vstem of the plantations. A
great many or the progressive men
have long advocated u teadjustmcut
under which the workmen shall be paid
accoidlng to the diameter of the work
done. Hut not one step will bo taken
In this dlrtctlou or any other until the
game of thu agitator has been finished
and the attempt to run the sugnr In
duttiy fiom the office r Japanese
agents and shyster lawyers In Hono
lulu h.is been brought to a show down.
This Is the kltuttlon In it nutshejl.
The number or men out nt the end
or the week number oer five thousand i
nnd the loss to the Japanese In wages.
Is nil of $1500 a day. The Jupaneso
mcichntits are ulready beginning to,
feel the pinch and they will have to
leiieiiL'ii un i-ii-miB 11 lliey liuvu liui
done so now.
The Japanese havo held public qieet
Ing8 In Honolulu and some of them
make n bravo show of furnishing funds
for the continuation of the strike, but
that will cost n great deal or money
nnd It is not likely that the large
number of Jupaneso who are cultivat
ing fields under contract will lie satis
fied to allow their fields go to ruin nnd
their year's work become u total loss.
In thu rtal estate market thero Is a
very strong tone. Stores are being
taken up and houses are being rented.
There Is action In place, of htagnatlon.
The stoie In the Kaploln.nl Uulldlus
that has been vacant so long, Is to be
tnken up by Mr. Ilalley, who is to sell
lurnlftirc of his own manufacture. Tlio
corner' store of the Knights of Pythias
bulldihg III to be taken by the Dunn's
Hat Shop 'probably and very soon tlio
stores' In 'the whole building will bo
rented. Thcso are matters that Indi
cate u general Increase of business.
Two men from the transport dropped
In nt one' of the real ebtato agencies
yesterday and stated that they had ail
thu way from four to eight thousand
dollars they wished to Invest, l'eoplo
who pass through are looking with
favor on thu prospects of Honolulu be
cause of the certain Increase In popu
lation from the naval and military tic-UMty.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobsou of Australia
!iao rented thu former residence of
Dr. Miner on Horetanl.i street und
will open It up as u first class rooming
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR TirEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING, PHONE 397.
N'nturallv with tho sunnr Industry In
thu condition it Is tho stock nuttketl
bus been quiet, though to coinp.uo a1
stock list of u yenr ago thero is prob-
ubly more trading reported each day
than for tho same period twelo
mouths ago. People havo not rushed
In to sell, und those who arp willing
to sacrifice, find ready buyers satisfied
that they will make good returns by
All the stock quotations havo drop
ped orf except McUrydo, which has so
often been the butt pf the Jokester.
Mcllrydo sold at foiir-and-un-olghth
dm lug tho week and Is strong at four.
Wnlalua dropped off rather sharply,
but thero are no sales at the lower
figures, Hawaiian Commercial also
diopped back to tho Uclnlty of thirty i
dollars but IIiIh Is not a sign of weak-!
ness. Jwn ban sagged somewhat on
account or tho doubt about thu extra
dividend. , ,
The men who opposed tlio ruidilug
in to pn extut and Increased dlldelids
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" iii'iu un uppunuiiiiy io point to
thu wisdom or their "pessimism,"
There Is moitoy In tho treasury, but
It IllilV be needed und mnw In v',,rv
timely tu properly bundle the strike
situation. When things hao quieted
down, thero 'will bo tlmo lt. pny what
thero Is on hand.
Col. Sam Parker has purchased the
magnificent country home of li. II, Mc
Clanahau In Manoa Valley, thu deal
halug been Completed, today.
Tho Illshop Kstato Is still negotiat
ing with tho Urewer Kstato legardlug
tho ground rent-of tho Ulshop Park
property opposite thu Young hotel,
ami there eeems little doubt that some
understanding will bu reached under
which it first class business block will
he put up.
Tho Real Rstote lCxctiange reports
a very .general Inquiry Into real estute.
There Is much home seeking on tho
part of thu employees of the Oovern
incut who are stationed here. Not i
few of them have means and utter hav
ing observed tho situation for some
months nre satisfied that there Is no
better placu to invest.
Tlio Kxcliango reports thu s.ile of
six cdttatb's und lots at Kamakvlu, l'a
lania, to y, II. Uradley.
In sjnipathy with the general quiet
ness In business during thu present
week, tlio Hawaiian Trust Company.
I.til.UiaB noted n-corresponding quiet
ness in tlio roul estate market. How
eer,tho approach ot tho vacation sea
eon l'ias mado u number of places a
cant so (hat thero now may bu round
upon tho market a tow very deslrablo
homes (or tliosu who hne previously
boon unable to change with aihnntugo.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG OARAGE.
Plenty of Ball
There will be no less than three
games of baseball at Aula Park, on
Sunda'y, and nil three promise to bo
close contests. In the morning tlio
Invlnclblcs and Khlers will try con
clusions, and It Is sti Id that tlio latter
team nre determined to make Vlcr
rn's bunch change their name be
fore the game Is finished.
One of the Una) games for tho
championship between the C. A. S.s
and the Aalas will start tit 1:30,
and this, too, should provide enough
excitement to arouse the fans to
unique efforts ;ln the rooting line.
The two teams are tied for tho pre
mier position In the first series, and
thrco more gumes nre to bo played
to decide which team will have the
honors for the season. The line-up
or both teams will be as follows:
AalaB Liming, c; W. domes, p:
P. Johnson, lb: M. de Pontc, 2; h
L. Akntia, .lb; Ilalley, bs; Al. Souza.
Chong, ss. C. A. A. Chi Ilul, c;,
Apau, p; Kn Chang, lb; Alex. Asatn,
2b; Alio, 3b; Hong Chack. If; Job
Lcong, cf; Alona, rf; Sing Chong, ss.
The first game will simply clear
the way for the real big game be
tween the N. 0. II. nnd the Marines.
This game Is going to be one great
laic ot Joy, and the Uunrds will
havo to play the gamo of their Uvea
to win. If the Guards play ns they
did against the Shatters the Ma
rlnes should about beat them; sflll
thero are lots of people who think
the Ouards had a lot up their sleeves
last Sunday, and that they wero loo
confident. Sergeant Ilnrri Is wear
Ing n- contented smile now-a-days,
nnd It Is easy to seo that he thinks
his Ileajits certainties for the chain
There Is sure to bo a largo crowd
of spectators present tomorrow, nnd
the rooting as usual will be one of
tho features of the afternoon. The
big game starts at 3:30 sharp, and
anyone who has an Idea of attend
Ing thu play had better get down
early and grab a chair. The line-up
of the teams follows: Marines
Thompson, rr; Hayes, ZU: Wllllums,
lb; (law, bs; Call, 3b; Davis, cf:
Gibson, If; Anderson, c; Hlnes, p;
Knight, hub. N. O. !!. Lota, p;
Soares. c; Marcalllno, lb; II. Knal,
2b; D. l.emon, ss; A. May, 3b; P.
Hums, If; Sumner, cf; II. Kula, rr.
FINE PROGRAM FOR
The official program of sports to
be held on June 11, Kamehnnieha
Day, has been urranged, und a most
attractive list of events lias been pre
pared. Tne meeting will be held ut
Kuplolnnl Park, and, given fine
weather, a good day's sport should
" vThe program follows:,
1 p. in. sharp Marathon Btarts.
1:10 Kleven-mlle bicycle race.
1:55 rive-mllo single-cylinder
3 1-2 horso power, or under, motor
cycles. Klve-mlle motorcycle race for single-cylinder
machines, 2 3-4 horse
power and under.
2:15 Two-mllo walking race.
2: lu Motorcycle race for single
cylinder machines, 2 3-1 horse power
or under. Two nlles.
2:50 .Mile relay race between
Punnhou, Kameunmcha and High
2:55 Ten-mile twin-cylinder mo
3:05 One mile frecfor-all motoi
cycle exhibition race. Hying start.
b a n
CONTINUED THIS AFTERNOON
The Interscholastlc series will bo
continued this afternoon at tho Kn
mchameha grounds, and the first
Bume between the High, School and
Ouhu Collegt will start at 1:30. The
second game will be between the
Kains und St. Louis teams and great
Intel est Is being taken In the game.
Thu most cxcltlhg gamo will pioba
bly be tho ono between tho High und
I'upabous, and there Is much sur
mising as to the outcome of tho
match. These two teams Have met
twlce.-nnd each has won ono game
nrtcr a hard-rought-out-battle.
There. Is still an unplayed ganie
front Inst Wednesday, which waa
stopped by raln.-und 1 will probabj
bu -played next Monday'Vt Aloxundor
field. H the Highs win. today they
will have tied for first place, Und If
the Kams are victorious they will
exchange places with the Saints. The
oompetltloii Is at a very Interesting
stago at present, nnd as the (lnltli
approaches tho .greatest enthusiasm
Is being sjiowti over the series.
Additional SporUon Page 13
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IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
SHOE CLEARING SALE
PATENT AND VICI KID
Oxford ties, narrow widths; regular, $2.50 and $3.00,
to go at $1.20.
S0R0SIS AND QUEEN QUALITY.
Lace Shoes, splendid quality, narrow width: regular,
$3.00 and $4.00, will sell at $1.45.
S0R0SIS OXFORD TIES
In kid and patent leather, broken lines. Sizes 2ls to
8; regular, $3.50 and $4.00; now, $2.45.
Three Strap, beaded, all sizes; regular price, $4.00;
will be sold now at $2.50,
S0R0SIS OXFORD TIES. , ,
In six different and beautiful styles, patent and vici
kid; regular, $4.00; will gb at $2.85.
LADIZS' CANVAS TIES ,
In Blue, Lavender ivnd Green, beautiful lasts and ex
quisite shades, will go at $1.20,
sorosis tie's AND PUMPS
Extra quality in canvas, all shades, with embroidered
vainps;" regular, $4.00 and $5.00 grades going ut
r $2.40 the pair.
Besides these bar all widths as well as the world
t famed Walk-Over Shoe for men.
shapes of the above ingains wc have a large stock of late
THE SHOE SALE WILL CONTINUE WITH THE
CLEARANCE DRY. GOODS SALE UNTIL EVERY PAIR
IS GONE TCTTHE HOME OF THE LADY WHO LOVES
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
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