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All sorts and sizes of
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Purchaso of $300,000 of Territorial
3ii per cent bonds at $98.50 by tbo
Dank ot Hawaii hag, been Quito the
most Important transaction o( tlio
week. Tho public has had its atten
tion drawn especially to tho favorable
condition of atfalra that puts local cap-
Ital In, tho field for Territorial bonds,
heretofore sold on tho Now York mar
ket. 'Thcio Is another aide to It not
generally dwelt upon but by no means
tho least significant. These bonds aro
attractive to any local bank at the
present time, as they aro accepted ns
security for tho deposits of Territorial
funds as provided under tho deposit
ary law enacted by tho last legisla
ture. These bouds, boSring 314 per
cent, may bo offered as security for
Territorial deposits onwhlch tho banks
apy two per cent. It Is a one and one
half per cent gain for tho banks, but at
trio samo tlmo tho Territory has mado
a very goodJmarket for Its own bonds
hitherto sold abroad.
Financial and business condition
generally havo been quiet tho past
week. Compared with last year tho
town Is remarkably active In all lines
ot trado and finance. It Is not pos
sible however, to accept last year as
a fair basis of comparison. Tho town
has gono ahead so fast anil conditions
aro changing so rapidly for the better
that many pcoplo nro not satisfied un
less each month Is better than tho
last. A, tremendous amount of busi
ness Is being dono In nil lines. Tho
past week has been somewhat ot 11
New work, extension, expansion, nro
going on everywhere. Tho latest
movo In this direction Is the final set
tlement ot tho extension of tho Itapld
Transit lines to Pearl Harbor. As an
nounced exclusively in tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
it Friday, all tho illmcultlcs of right-of-way
havo been cleared up nnd tho
company Is so well assured of Its pro
gram that Mnringor Ilsllentyno lias
placed tho order for tho material. This
Is very Important to Honolulu for many
reasons. It will glvo rapid and Inex
pensive transportation to tho head
inarters of tho Pearl. Harbor opera
tions, direct from tho doors of tho
Honolulu resident, Tho Oaliu Rail
way will undoubtedly run to tho naval
station and at as low n rate, but with
tho passenger traffic tho convenient
trolley that stops anywhere is always
popular. Greater Honolulu Is a phruso
thnt will express a reality In a very
short whllo. Work on tho Rapid Trail-
lt oxtcnHlou will probably begin In
Tho construction of the Rapid Tran
sit lino will furnish work for a largo
number of cltltcn laborers. The ex
tension ot the Oaliu Hallway, though
merely an incident to tho line which
now runs almost to tho Naval Station
slto, will bo accompanied by Improve
ments to meet competition and better
accommodate tho public.
Start on the construction of tho
I'carl. Harbor dock Is a matter, of com
paratively few weeks. This will bring
n largo amount of now business' to the
town. Moving forward at tho snmo
tlmo will bo tho now camp for tho
Coast Artillery at Fort linger (Dia
mond Head). It tho department can
aver dccido.on a slto; tho construction
of tho permanent Lcllchtm Cavalry
post will bo pressed, forward, Fort
Shatter Is constantly undergoing somo
Improvement. Construction will pro
ceed rapidly nFort do Russoy (Wal
klkl) and "111 bo moro- In evidence
when tho swamps arc filled in.
In addition to what tho Army nnd
Navy nro doing, tho lighthouse work
la a very consldornblo Item both in now
construction uno mniiiionuuco,
All thciro thlnKH weigh On tho rlgj)t
sldo In tho balance ot prosperity. In
addition-to tho construction forco that
callB fori largo monthly expenditures
for labor and material, the' navy nnd
military distribute at least $50,000 a
month In payrolls.
Whllo all this Is going on, to say
mat uonoimu is .quiot morcly ex
presses u rolatlrd "cohdlllonr If Is In-
I am offering you a 'new. large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, .near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4089 sq. feet, right in town, for only
$1,100. Very c)ieap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chanco,
P. E, R. Strauch
Waity Bldg, , 74 S. King St.
deed quiet to what It wltl ho when (ho
construction at tho Naval Station, Iicl-
Ichua Ilarracks and Fort He Ilusscy, Is
In full swlnrj.
Tho stock market has also been
quiet, but firm und almost Invariably
advancing. On Thnrsdar tho market
showed signs ot real wenkness. Many
of tho brokers had selling orders, but
no one would sell at a sacrifice, so
there wore no sales and tho next day
tho whole list camo back to its old
vigorous condition. Oaliu furnished
the center of nctlon, running tho whole
list of fractions between 29 and 30.
Hawaiian Commercial Is very strong at
a fraction nbovo 31, Wnlalua has
mado a sharp ndvanco on orders at
$95, quite a block selling at that figure
on tho Hoard Friday. Though tho Wal
alua 'dividend may' not bn Increased,
many nt tho stockholders nro confident
ly expecting an; extra of ono per cent
unless It, appears nceossnry for all the
plantations .to rcscrvo their surplus
for strike funds. This at brcsent
seems ,lniprobnbic. PJonerr sold 'at
170 tho' latter 'part of tho week, The
now stock of tho Inter-Island sold at
107.50, Honokiui has shown strength
nt 17. 'Wallukit'sold Friday at 257.&Q.
McDrydo has sold during thu wcok at
3.S7'4 and 4.
On tho dividend list for the IBth
thcro appeared an' cxtrn 1 ier cent of
$20,000 for tho stockholders. This is
the only extra of tho month.
Crop conditions, sneaking generally,
aro, very satisfactory. Of tho crop now
coming oil about 25o',ftOO 'tons of that
handled by tho Sugar Factors has been
landed at tho market or W on tho way,
and about 190,000 tons rcnuilns to be
shipped, Tho prlco has 'been remark
ably steady for this tlmo of year nnd
for tho season thus far has averaged
about 3.8G cents. Not for years lias
there been such a steady market for'
centrifugals and tho Inst t'tfo weeks the
London market lips varied'' Only be1
tween 10s. 6d. ahd 10s. &y.d.
Tho July rains havo been vory fav
orablo for tho 1910 crop and also for
July rains can hardly bo'charged up
as good for tho tourist crop but nev
ertheless Secretary Wood ot tho Pro
motion Committco reports thnt this
Is tho most successful tourist summer
Honolulu has over known. Many
teachers nro visiting tho Islands and
not a few business men. Ono prom
inent business man of tho cast was
bemoaning tho fact that business and
plensuro took him' In this direction, as
he expected a hot summer. Ho Is
most enthusiastic In his pralso of Ho
nolulu as a summer resort.
Good promotion work has been done
by tho various delegations that havo
gono out from tbo cty to mainland
conventions, and tho Hawaii building
is tbo center of enthusiastic- crowds at
tbo Alaska-Yukon Fair. At homo tho
Promotion Committee Is shaping up
plans for'lalaud' tours, many of which
will bo taken advantage of by our own
pcoplo as well as tho vlsUoru from the
Real cstato Is quiet except thnt gixld
rentals aro still In demand. Thcro aro
occasional sales of homes.
Tho striko Is a constantly woakenlng
quantity, as the workors become better
acquainted with factH. Tho most I in
prcsslvn features of tho last week aro
tho developments whlch-show tho High
Wago organization to havo-been built
uii on llnps that nro a menace to tho
Oflvcmmcut of the Territory. The
disclosures havo brought to public, no
tlce. a comploto system of 'passes
guards -and pickets-to control tho acta
or Jupaneto- and check their move
ments, always under orders of tliu-ofn
ccrs of tbo High Wago Association.
In line with this arrogant -attitude
toward, the law .of tho Territory nnd
tho ofOccrs of tho law was the out
break at" walmanalo plantation where
a crowd of .lapancso prevented the
Sheriff of tho County from taking men
wlfom- ho had arrested for assaulting
n Japanese who took an opposite view
from the' gang demnnding that i.Ju'n
agor Chalmers discharge thren' of. his
men. Additional onlcera from Hono
lulu brought tho Japnneco to their
senses nnd tho rioters to Honolulu.
All, tho plantation labor quit work for
n day" and then returned and work
proceeded ns usual. Tho flvo who ub
ssUtod ,ho Japanese, woro sent to
Jail for rlx-nnil'flYU months, nnd nro
sfirvlng their t.urmii. TIiokh who re
sisted -tho ollleer am bolng ilrrumliul
by tho. iittomoy for thu High Wag?
Ono of Xw roBiilta of the (strike will
bo n great loss of trado not only to
tho small Japanese merchant,' but' to
tho-Japaneso wholesaler who has hith
erto had tho trade of the large sugar
agencies.. Thcso agencies will here
after buy direct from Japan.
All ordinary signs iwlnt to a resump
tion of normal conditions in tho labor
market, but no ono is taking anything
for granted after tho game tho Japan
ese have played tho last thrcp months.
Meanwhile, two thousand odd strike
breakers arc going to tho Oaliu and
Alca plantations from Honolulu each
day and $3000 or moro is going Into
circulation each evening, n very large
share of It to citizen labor.
Francis II. Monroe, formerly of State
street, lloston, Mass., has Joined tho
ranks of local real cstnto men, Mr,
Munrou brings as part of his business
pqultment n great many' years of ex
pcrlcnco In handling all classes of real
estate. He lias placed largo tracts ot
lund on tho Kastcrn markets nnd late
ly tins been In n number of successful
lund deal In Ilerkcley, Alameda and
Oakland. Mr. Munroo's ml will lie
found in nnothcr column and hu will
bo pleased to welcome Honolulu peo
ple in his offlco at 848 Kaahumanu
Despicable Attempt of
"Burglary At Mrs.
A despicable attempt at burglary
was mado, last night at tch residence
ot Mrs. E. J. Miller, 1141 llcrotanla
street', shortly beforo 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Miller wns aroused from sleep
by screams emanating from her
daughter's room nnd Immediately
rushed to her assistance nn.l found
her struggling In the arms of u
On her entrance tho burglar man;
aged to cscapo from the daughter's
hold, but was Immediately grabbed
by -Mrs, Miller, who at tho samo
tlmo called for assistance, 3ust as
help .was at hand ho managed to
Btrugglo frco, and. Jumping through
the. window, escaped In the dark
ness. Tho police wcro communi
cated .with, nnd on investigation it
was seen that tho burglar had
gained access to the room by means
of a wash board propped up against
Tired of watting for so many un
profitable promises, fifteen Japanese
strikers left for Japan this morn
ing on the stcnmshlp ARla, which
sailed at 10 o'clock from the Hack-
feld wharf. Somo of the strikers,
It Is said, wcro leaders, ahd on Mat
account n largo number of tho strik
ers were present at tho wharf.
Tho Japanese sampans docked
near the Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa
wharves wcro decorated In honor of
tho homeward-bound strikers.
When Baby was sick, we Cava bor
When she was a Child, she cried foi
When slie becamo Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, sho gavo them
, Castorla.- '
Perfect marksmanship with s'x-lnch
dlKnpicarliig rifle was mstd'j by tho
R3d company, coast artillery corfs, at
Port Towtfsend, Wash.
Hoping that his confession would
cniiHo him to bo' hanged, William Mur
phy, a convict lu tho Missouri peniten
tiary, told tha authorities ho had com
mitted six murders,. ono of tho victims
being a baby at.U'avenworlh, Kns.
Chlcr W.llkUv.nf tho secret Bcrvlco
says i new bogus $10 bill Is In cir
culation which la such a bad coun
terfeit It may bo easily detected. It
Lis n copy of a. German National Hank
of San Francisco nolo.
Henry B. Dlxoy, tho nctor, rovcnlod
In New York that ho nnd Miss Mario
Nordstrom, leading woman ot tho
"Mary Jnnc'H Pa" company, of which
Dlxey wns -tfio star, were married
nl least threo weeks, provious.
Kdwnid H. Hnrrluian Is quoted at
Vienna as saying that "many men lu
New York woulil be glad to learn
that I am dead." He, added that lio
"Intended to live lodger than most
of them." .
Tho payment of HG,00r as tho ol -
lalcrnl Inheriting tux on tho ost.ito
or tho Into l,nulB A. Ilulnshclmnr of
New York city revealed that iho' bank
or lull an estWenf SH.GOO.'ICO,
Um,nr I .Im.tnli - 'M IPurllul (l.mntl-
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announced in miujiiu inai in cnso-uun
Carlos, pretended to. tha Spnnlsh
throne,, dies, his follower probably
will recognize, Kins Alfono,
What a grand family
medicine. Aycr's Sartapa
rills lt Good for tho
child, good for tho p1'"
cut, good for tho grand
' tlon has
day It is
m od I
o v i .
of It In thshouse. Sometlma
during tho year tomo number
ot tho family will certainly ned it.
Tottcanaurolyttujtamodlclno that has
bun mod for otor sixty years. Tcited
and triad, and never found wanting.
Is ths best family medicine that eyor
was taiade. It make I pure blood, and
par blood It tho source of good health.
At now made, Aver' Sarsa
parllla contain no alcohol.
Thert ara many imitation Sutaparillai
Do suro you get "Ayor's."
PrnvW t( Dr. I. C. r k Ci , l..U, Mali , U.S.A.
A3 A MASON
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Tho Initiation of President-elect Tali
to the Maronlc. fraternity near the an
niversary of the birth ot Washington
brings to mind tho fact that "the Falb
er oMila County" was from early man
hood nfflllated with Masonry and wu,
an evertnlthful and consistent worke
In tho order.
Washington's Masonic career bcgai'
on Nov, 4, 1762, when ho was Initiate;
into the Fredericksburg lodge of Kred
erlcksburg, Vn., at ,the ago of but 2(
years. Thlslpdgo, so far as can bi
learned, was working under the auth
orlty of a grand lodgo of Scotland
uhleh permitted Its subordinate lodge
to receive candidates beforo they at
talncd their majority. He became ,
"fellow craft" on March 3, 175J, an
was rnUcd a Master Mason on Aug
Washington's concept of Manonrj
may bo learned from a letter wrlttci
by him at n later period In his life
In which ho expressed these sentl
mentB "Delng persuaded that a Just
application of tho principles on which
tho Mnsonlc fraternity Is founded
must bo promotlvo of vlrtuo and public
prosperity. 1 shall always be happy
to advance tho Interests of tho society
and bo considered by them a deserving
During tho tlmo that Oeneral Wash
Ington was In command of the ami)
and the ycaru following he was madr
an honorary member of several Ma
sonlo lodges and was a constant at
tendant ut the meetings held by the
army lodges, or traveling lodges, as
they wcro called at that time
Ills presence nt these meetings has'
been authenticated, and Indeed It hns
been said that a past grand master ot
tho grand lodgo of Massachusetts gain
ed his first desire to beenmo n mem
ber of tho Masonic fraternity by hav
Ing seen tho commander-in-chief of' tho
continental army attending a lodge
meeting over which a sergeant was
presiding as worshipful master.
From tho signing of tho treaty of
reaco ou Sept. .1, 1783, until 1789
Wuihlngloii was In private lifo at his
beautiful estate on tho i'otomuc. In
17M. Alexandria lodgo No. 39 of Alex
andria, Va., petitioned tho grand lodge
of Virginia for n charter, which was
granted, and tho now lodgo becamo
Alexandria lodge No. S3, with General
Washington as Its first master. In
after yours this lodgo changed Its
namo to Alexandria Washington lodgo
No. Ti In honor of Its eminent first
When Washington wus inaugurated
us llrrt President' of 'tho" United States,
on April 30, 1789, tho outh of offlco
was ndmlnlKterod to him In Rhnnrnl.
. ior Mwinmtnn of New York, wlm.wn
tno , maa(,,r of tt,o grand lodgo
0f (n0 gtnto of New York. Th'o Illblq
in wllch u,0 hand of tho first Presl
,,cnt teMeil ,lrng iMt hlBtorc ccro,
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