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JRT gets into the
gzls it out 'in quicker
time than it takes to
All grocers should
sell it; most of them
do- If yours is one
who has not caugh" on
ring up Fred L. Wald
ron; Telephone 12.
X OllS? JLlOlj s'ons
Your machine will be ready for j
you when we y it will lie. We
don't experiment ou nutos; wc repair j
ALEXANDER VOUNG BUILDING.
Automobile and Carriage
W. W, WRtCHT & CO., Ltd,
By jk'llcd mechanics nt
Hoyai Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St , near Ilichard.
Schuman Carriage C- Ltd.
ItiUivtJ ex Alaitifua a New Ship
u.tat f Latest Styles in
1028 JIUUAHU ST
11 VE YOU EVER
The HYLO Lamp?
Union Electric Co,,
njj.T BULLETIN AOG PAY -ri
KA - HAN A
- k furnished to fill up deprcs-
or uui'd "P terraces.
P. BE. FO-ND
i0n DisPja' fit our Gara'
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l'au" "19 4 V
4 fa j p
1309 MODEL "0" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAK
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
s man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
IKT'For Sain" carda at Bulletin.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
AolMi) III llio IhiiiiI market Is the
iiwiiimiiv.. Him-ifiKilHtln iif ln week
Ml IIti.inet.it cliclos. There
4u( lug of Investment unions; bond
ii hi. rg ind quite n llttlu money Ik bo
ii, trnnsiorrid fiom llio Oalui Hall
a IkiihIh tii thu llllo Hallway. HinnU
it tin- latter nro being iircucntccl to
.uiirhusors on very iitti active terms.
Hi' to huj also ltut.li considerable buy
,il of Mcllrydo mid ()!;i:i Os.
Thu slink market lias continued to
evolve nrniind Oiilui, Pioneer and Hu-
.vidian Comtueiclul Oalui Is Die pop
iilar trading mock, moving up ami
town according In Hie rumors that
lout uiiiiuid the low n regaullng Ktrlke
-.rimlltl iliu Tlw. viilv flli..tif.il with tilts
,lnck stm'tig at .".( anil It went up to
il On Fildiiv It tumbled ou selling
nem .iii! I'lusoil jvllli BiiloH nt 20,
ml llii'if were mi nllerlliKs lit 28).
ii'l kii It t!oeK The reniiilnder of the
mirki t luiH Kne up and down In Hyin
nth) wllh the nioveinent of this stock
Viitalua has ttreimthened and sold at
."i l'lonoer has Mild freely nt ltiB
mi no Iiiimi lots ean now be obtnlned
t that n-uic i:wu is stionK at yj.
liiMullau Couiinciclnl has been stead
l ikH.iikIiik fiom .In mid sold be
Wi'en bo.nds at 31.-."i. The scaMiu of
tils p'mi' itlon finished on the '.Mill tilt.
inliiK taken olT GL'.iiOii tons of siiKar
lid imule .1 lecord for the latKu quan
iiy of una ir to the tone of cane. From
he v;i, this slock Is nilvaiirluK home
.eopli me eNldeiilly expertlm; miothet
Iteports fiom all Hie plantations are
ery satisfactory. The plantations'
loin; the uoi th coast of, Hawaii have
jllen below expectations In the lelil
f siiKiir to tlie Ion of emie on necouul
f Ilit- w.'l weiithor. ManaserH who
'Hied cloM- will eiul the t-easou with
fall below the estimate, while those
lakliiK a IniblneiH of puttluK out u
ery conservative estimate, will Just
uout male it. decent ieKrtH from
.anal ate rawiruhlo. All the plautn
Ions have had a Kood year. Mcllryilo
III tako off more than Its estimated
rop of la.SOO tons, ulthoiiKh it will
ot quite mako thu ll.ouo tlioimlit to
io' possible. Tills pla.;'. jtluu has a
uiKnlflcPiit croi for 'he coniiiK ear.
ho oKTiitluK expenses have been ic
ined and the open account Indebted
ess will be mnteilally lest-eued.
The 1alt.tr cll'i itlim has a very lui
ortnnt Influence on Kenci.tl biislues.s
rum all tndlcallnus (lie .lap.iuete l.ili
rcit. have come to the conclusion thai
iflf best Intel' ts me not with tin
KltatiiiK outfit Hiat led them to ko
ill on ht'lKe. I lie II it 1 1 o 1 1 ns re-
'titt. K-ilued thioimli iiersonnl talks
f Its lopri'seiitallvo with tlio .lapanese
f Maul mil ll.iw.ill tliiiw that tin
Dike is ol tboti' Islunls see the folly
1' tt lUes iiuil IlK'.v eaiinot nlfonl the
irw cunt ribiitlniiK called for In main
till the expenilve colony of AKltatoiv
ad mlsKiildi'd stilkers in Honolulu
'oikmeii on Uvva and Wnlilun plauta
oils app.-ar to bo contented. Thej
111 be t .tlit olT today and whllu the
Kltaloi'n have been nt work aiuoiiK
lU'iu It Is presiimeil that the common
euro eleueiit will pievnll. 'llui lalui
Ituallou ou Kaliiiku. O.ihu and Hono
tin plantations Is KtralKbtenlii); out
radii, illy. Cane eontiaiiois nro doluK
'hat they c.iu to net their men luck
) wink. Not it few of the strike
leaker are si cm Inn ponii'inent pijsl
'ous, and when conditions qule; down
Ik piobiible that the woikiiiK force
III bo veij much Impioved.
The Injunction Issued l'llday hkiIuhi
lie eilmliial oinanl.itlou nit thuds of
ho AKlttiliiiH mill their agents brliiKs
he .liii.ineso Into contact for llio first
'me with the Ameilcan form or law
r llio protection of honest workmen.
f they deal IlKlitl) wllh this outer of
ho court they will lerelvo a lesson
'he trial of the Walpnhu tloters luis
iroceeded with u tniicli despateli at
' nld be iixpeeted. Olio of the Intel
stiiiK points lnoiiKht out In the tii.i!
as been the Inlef period that the lead
is ol tint llluli Wiiko AHsoclatlon of
Valpaliii had vvoiked for llio Oalui
ilautalloii pievlous to the stiike.
l'llday was a day of Rood hows for
law till so far an tho Feduial (lovorn
lent Is tusoclated wllh tho susar In
in -.try. On that day cjinu the news
t the Sennto havliiK liassed the susar
eliedillo Idi'iillcilly us It pilssed the
louse, thus settlliiK that Item. Ou th')
ame daj eamo tho iiiinouiiceinent of
V .1 Campbell, special intent, of th
nimlKr.itlou Iloat.l, that he vvi.nl I
tatt for London and I'onusal ou lit.
Itli, and that the Tenltoilnl law ir.i.l
r wliicli llio ImmlKt'.uiU me to lie si
inuii nun oeeu lavor.iiuy passed upon
the federal authoiltles, This means
nutli for the future or tho Islands iiuil
hero seens llltlo iluulii that tho Hist
I if the o,ir will seo the flrbt lut of Ini-
inlginnta fiinn Portugal either landed
i well mi their way.
rnssime of the tariff bill In the Sen
ate cle Hawaii Its eliauce Io make a
flBht for the retention of thu tariff on
canned pineapples, as It was passed
by the Home. Ooicruor Kiear Friday
sent n cnble Io Chalimau l'.ine, ask
Iiik for llio retention of the rate p.isseu
In tlio l'ayne bill. Theie Is no tellln,
what the oulcoino will be as n Krea
contest of Intel ests Is on before tin
Coufeience Committee. Canned Inc
applet! Is u nilRhty liihlKiilllcant Item
from the mainland standpoint tliouali
It incaiiH much to in. It may net
throuisli fiom tlio ery fact that It It
Doubt about the tariff liaW not with
held local peoplo from koIiik forward
with plne.iiplo enterprises. Mr. Stnft
Is crecllns the cauneiy lor the new
Tlio nffhlrs of the Coasollilaled l'lnc
apple Company weio brousht to tin
front URiiln this week by the ruslxna
tlon of I.. O. Kellos as ni.imiKer un1
puttliiB James J. DowIIiik In his pl.u'o
ThlH Is Incidental (o the control li.iv-
IliK passed sometime nno to J. II, Ca
tlo. IlonlliiK has been one of Castle's
rlKht hand men In his various projects
on IliU Island.
AnioiiK the new Industries cotton .s
(icriipyliiK tint attention of some of th
IniiKhendeil melt. r. Van Valkenbers
has a Held near I'enrl City wliele tnosi
excellent results are helni? obtained.
The cotton plants will soon benln to
show rosnlts, which from the prelim
tnurlcs prnmlso tit best utmost re
niarknble. The iiiltnntuKc of cotton Is
that It fmnlshes an uuntiul crop. Is not
expensive to handle, ami the price of
the product Is nut depemlunt ou nn
tariff legislation. Hawaii citn Krov
the hlubest erailor.t ottop, nnd If 111 I the
indications are rullllled this will kIvc
1 more profitable crop than suttar.
SpcakliiK of profit the llnlletln
was asked ilurlnB tho last week where
all llio money wtis coining fiom und
where It la koIiik. Where It Is com
Iiik from, led to a orusnl of tho stock
sheets to learn tho amount of the ick
,itar dividends, nearly If not all of
which have been 'maintained since tlic
flist of the year. Tlio lesiill was to
find that !."S.nr,0 u month is tllstilb
iitt'il by tl.e follow 1111; corsiratlons:
Dividends Payable on 30th.
1 llrewer & Co Jin."1"1
I Kwa I'lant'itlon Sn.uiie
24' Wiilmanalo I'lanlatlon.. rt.in
i lluvvallnii Kteclrlc .1.
Olowulii . ......V....
Hono. II. & AlnltlntfCli,
Intei-lsland S. N.'Co. .
Knhiikii I'lautallnn ..
Ilnwn. Pineapple Co. .
Dividends Payable on 13th.
II iw -il-lll SllU'ir C6!'..$ .10,000
Oiilm Susir Co ', 72 001
Oihu Hallway & I.. Co. 20.000
I'epiekeo Silttll Co. ... 7,5 '0
Wiilnlui Auric Co 22,noo
Dividends Payable en ICth.
--' milium Suiir Co. ...$ 0 000
--Walluku Sin; ir Co 15 000
Iliite'ilu. on S. P. Co..'.- '.Ml.llOO
Dividends Piyzble on 5th.
Ilivvallun Conimeiclal..$ SO.ftOi
2','j, Oliomea Hm;'ir 1'. Co... L'5 000
l1,i Il'inomu Hiiswr I'ltl 10,250
Clvldeids Payable on 1st.
. ii iikii Simr Co io.ooo
" I'uli SiiK.ir Co 14,000
i IMiiUK'i' Mill 55,000
Whole the money Is KoblK Is hauler
to niiHW'ur. Much of It no doubt Is he-
Iiik rclnvo'iid in slocks mid some to
assist now enlei prises, .hut liov much
kocs ahio.il Is Inn) to say 'up Just nt
tho pieseu' time no place on filth (li
fe IK n nun 0 fitvi'iablo field for Invest
ment in new or old ludiisliy than Ha
waii. A laiwr piopoitlon of Ui- div
idends tue beliiK paid In Hawaii In
vestois than over lefoio us theie has
never been a llmo when m:r buslties'j
men held such a laiKo propoillon of
the local st entitles, million of which
weio hioimht li'ick froni San Fun
clseo follovvluK tho dls'islo- and the
llnauclnl panic when tho Coast people
needed tlu money
Czainlkow. .MncDoimall & Co. teporl
on tin the KiiK'ir uiaiket under ilalo ot
Our las: icpoit was dated lllh Juno
On the date of our list I-ihio and
ifter It was In typo, refiners cleared
up all the near at hand RiiKara piesi-
Iiik ou thu tutiiket that weie obtain
able at 3.800. el.f.'.for I'orto Hli-os,
and Hh equivalent 2.500. c.r. rnr CuIkih,
Ah soon ns thnso "distressed" par
eels weiu out of thu way, our principal
buyers showed nu Interest In piiRnrs
for shipment, ami later on satno day
paid 2.5fio. c f for Culms for second
half dune clearance and 2.02c c.f. for
Theao transactions completely
chatiKcil the tone of thu market nnd
moused hopes of a Turllicr Improve
inelit, but these hopes were doomed
to disappointment. The demand
htmiKlit out siilllclent sim.irs to satisfy
leflueis' present wants, ami the huv
Ini; ceased ns nbriiptly as It beKiiu.
For the lime beliiK, It Is 'linposslblu
to place more siiKiirs at the prices'
named, but at this season or the ear.
when rellncrs' mettltiK lequlrcments
iro vety larKe, an eatly rcBiiiuptlun
t demand may reasonalily bo ex
pected. In addition to the siiKars purchased
for United States account, there have
jeen purchased by Monti col rellncrs
it iihoiil 20,000 baKs St, Croix nnd San
DnmltiKo Siikius .atloit und for ship
ment, nt n prlco c.i.f, New York, equal
to about ono-slxtccnth above thell
New York value. These Canadian 'pur
chases show tlio effect of the recent
action or thu Dominion (lovernment
In cxtcndlm; the 1'iereientlal Tailff to
from 30.000 tons to 40,000 tons stiKiir
from other sources than thu llritlsh
ItoBsessloiiB, to which the prefereiitln:
.vns rormerly limited.
On the Kith Inslnnt thu Senate
JKreed'to that. part of the Tailff Hill
which permits 300,000 tons of I'hlllp
pine Islands' supir to cuter the United
dtates free of duty. There Is now lit
tie doubt that this will stand In the
mil when It Is finally passed by Con
Kurnpcan beet markets continue
dull, und prices of nil positions show
a fractional decline for the week, To
day's f.o.b. quotations are: June. 10s.
54d.; July, 10s. Oil.; Annual, 10s. OVi'l
S'ext crop, October-December, 9s.
11". id.; Jiiniinry-Marcli. 10s. IHit.
Ilecelpts for the week at New Or
leans were 00.000 bans Cub is and 22,
000 haw I'orto Illcos.
Refined. A very larso business vvni
done ou the mornliiK of the Uth ut
the "cut prices" then current. Till
aiis followed by an adiance In list
Id lees of nil lelluers, the Federal't
quotation helm; put up to 4. Kile, lush
1 for flrauulatetl, while that of the
other refiners was raised to 4.S5e.. lew
1 . Tho requirements of buyers hav
Iiik been temporarily satisfied, the de
mand ut tho close shows a falling off
ami Arhuckle Hi ox. have Intimated
that they will accept orders for (Iran
ulnted In carload lots for lininedluti
shipment nt 4.75c, less 1, or If
points below their list prices,
Cuba. Itccelpts for the week ut the
line Atlantic ports, 34,127 tons. Melt
ItiKS, 52,000 lo!i3.
Federal woik on this Island Is RidnK
steadily forward, Mnnnper Hinds of
ho San Francisco IIiIiIko Company i
.ii town to k over the ground for th"
construction of the I'enrl llnilim- dock
He will also visit llllo ui.d ut ove.
he pioMited line or extendi i of tin
llllo Hallway that calls for some el.ih
Jiate IiiIiIku construction. Oiuera
Mm i ay has ordered the const riiDtlou
if barracks for thu aitllleiyinen win
vill take LharKe of what j riiiitinsiil)
Known iih the Dlumoud Head fort Con
tract for nllliiK in the duci. pon is a
vVulklkl for the post that Is to no u;
'.liele waa.Iet duilliK the neek to th
Hawaii DiedKlui; Coinp.inv.
The real estate inaiket is nr.'iited lr
i latKP number or InquliliT f-n resl
lencu und suburban propoily. Deal
for central huxlucoK ptopeitv nvc pen.)
Iiik. The Territorial aitthrililea an
talkliiK of exchaiiKltiK the Hoiioluli
Ilalo site, and It does not moot with
ruvor ainoiiK the far-seelm, men ivho
wish to seo public properly In the ren
lei of tho city held uu Ioiik us possible.
There has been cousldernid.i iiiquli)
for homes atnoiiK tourist visiters. Thli.
summer has been iiotahlo to' tho num
ber of peoplo coiuIiik this way. Usual
ly the outKoltiK passenger lists nte tin
only ones filled at this season I
shows Hawaii Is kuIiiIuk Btouiid as t
summer lesort us well ns u place ti
fhe Bu Metis Publiihlnz Co..
Ltd., is agent fur the belt engnivint
ina itiiiograpning company on
the Pacific Coait and it prepared
to give estimatei on high-Krade
minting of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
'ery Latest in Engraved Cards,
'nvitations, in the best of form
or smart tnnntinns
ns BULLETIN ADM V -g
Houses To Let
Puitnui 2 bedrooms.
Gulick Ave 3 bedrooms.
Judd St 2 bedrooms. .$20
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S, King St.
Gives Them Good Advice
About Being More
hen the expected letter, an
nounced In the Mil I I et l.n, fiom
Ma) or Fern wus read at last nlKlit's
meetlui; of the Supervisors, regard
ing the appropriation bill which he
signed jesterday, the members not
only took the minding gracefully
but weio apologetic. Supervlsol
Dun Logan pleaded "not guilty" tc
holding up the bill, salng that hi
had utgeil fiom time to tlmo the
nciesslty of prompt action, but he
was deeply grptcful to Ills Honor foi
attaching his slgnutuie thereon.
Supervisor Qulnn struck out fron
llm Hhniilder. and said the Hoard had
J "played horse," and he appreciated
the .Major rlgnlng tho bill. As a
matter of fact the members had been
on the uneasy Beat lor several twy.
tor It was understood the Mayor In
tended to veto about flrtccn ItcniR In
the bill. They felt they could well
afford to take the criticism hurled at
them. In view of Its favorable out
come. The letter rends:
To the Honorable Hoard of Super
visors of the City and County ol
Gentlemen: I have approved tlit
resolution making upproprlutlons foi
various expenditures In the different
departcinnts for the next half-yearly
pcilod. In doing sd, however, I
would like to place before your lion
orable body soino points In the pro
ceedings which I Ulsnppiove:
First. The resolution contulnlng
the budget was not placed betori
the Hoard nt an early enough dati
to complete tho Until pi luting be
foru certain payrolls and contract?
would bp duo ami payable, even II
only the necessary time was con
sumed In Its passage. Let me, there
fore. Impress upon you nt this early
date to consider tho next appropria
tion hill earlier. After the first
reading five dnys are consumed In
printing; after the second lendlni
the Mayor has n possible ten duyi
for consideration; In ense of a veto
ot ono Item only It cannot be taken
up for another five ilays, then,
whethor the veto b sustained o.
overridden. It does not beiome law
until It has been published ten days,
making In all thirty das which inn)
lie consumed In lis passnge.
Second. The appiopil.itlous iov
cred In the aforementioned resolu
tion aggregate a" considerable sum.
ind the Mnjor has not ct been ml
Ised by your Committee on Wayi
ml Means as to tho possible leveinlt
f the City und County during the
text period; hence, although up
irovlng the expenditures of said np
iiopilatlous, I do so with no definite
'diowlcdgc us to the receipts'.
Third. Theie are liiroipornlcd Ii
the resolution as It stands some
'terns which weio changed after the
caucus of the Hoard with the Mayor
mil the Mayor's only knowledge vvni-
when the bill was up for ptiBsugc
first rending. 1 wish to go on rcc
,rd ns tllsupptovlng such Interpret!!
tlon of tho meaning of n caucus.
Owing Io the lateness of tho time
In the month und wishing In no wn
Io JeopnrdUe the work of the de
partments by not having available
fundH for various expenditures when
they ut'o due and payable, us afore
uilil I have approved tho resolution,
lint let, us get together early nnd
caucus on Hie budget und pass the
resolution as caucused as expedi
tiously us possible, so that tho nec
essary time which Is consumed will
not carry It to n time In the month
when necessary expendltuies have
to bo held up.
JOSKI'II J. FDIIN..
Muyor City and County
DR. GREENJN TENYO
Or and Mrs. (lieen will leave for
the Mainland In tho Tenjo Mnru to
mot row. The Doctor desires to ex
pi ess Ills aloha to the many friend)
who havo been so altentlvn to Mrs.
Green and himself during their en
forced stay In Honolulu; next time he
means to come and remain voluntailly
The correspondent of the St. 1'e
lersburg Novoe Vremya nt Constan
tinople says the Ith Turkish army
corps has been nrdeted to occupy
Uiumluh In 1'erslnu Aimcnla und
sent out advance ilctatehments ou
the mad to Tabriz.
185 editorial rooms 25(1 buil
nets office. Theie are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
I Hour 5 Minuses
Cost for Fuel
With a rj stove in the
kitchen the following v.as
cooked for ten cents ami
cooked with n flavor that ex
cels. For four persons:
Five-pound Lcir of Lamb.
One Tin Stec.l Corn.
One Pan Biscuits.
AN ACTUAL TEST MADE
BY A HONOLULU LADY.
ALEXANDER Y0UN0 BLDQ.
Miss May Johnson
has acquired the city ngency of the
Citizen Labor Sanitary
A-hich she will conduct at her Curio
Store on Hotel street, near Union
treet, in Honolulu. Phone 109.
Vices reasonable. Satisfaction
itaranteed. Work left before 8:30
i. m. can be returned same day by
Just the thing
for tramping or
Hawaii & South
Seas Curio Co.,
(Under t h c
next Cable of
Boston Baked Beans. fc
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of brend for $1.00.
129 Fort St. Phone 197.
t Mnrr' "'er on this sohere lie
"would confirm the statement that
..d at nateiwn oiler greatest pleas
res. CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL, It
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
For vacation reading.
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg,
ore the shoes that prove.
REOAL SHOE STORE.
King & Bethel.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 160 Bcrc
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p. m., 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 14G0
FOUR AND A HALF PER CENT'
interest paid on
BANK OF 'HAWAII, LTD.
Surplus and Capital. . $1,000,000.
O00D MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
BULLETIN ADS PAY 41
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