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TEVEfflNOBPTxETlN. HONOLULO.rTlt.TATlJnDAY, AVQ. U,Ti6i!
THERE is nothing
in PAU - KA -HANA
that is in
jurious to the most deli
cate fabric. It will not
take paint off the boards
nor eat' into the cuticle
as some cleansing pre
just pure soap with ah
ingredient that gets to
the dirt and removes it
without tiring the
Any grocer should be
able to supply you. If
yours cannot do so ring
Fred L. Waldron, Tele
185 King St
HIGH-CIASS PAPEB-HANQINQ, DECORATING,
AND GENESAI PAINTINO.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
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We'll put it in for you.
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PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
The best roof paint. Give it a
trial. Send for booklet to P. 0. Box
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Agents,
Island Views inl?t!;ctioant Gurrey's
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
It Is still Ml gar nnd stocks that
hold the public. Tliu week past has
been onc of the busiest of the sum
mer on the Stock KxchniiKc. Not
till I'rldny was there a suggestion
of let up. Then tho public appear
ed to stop for a moment nml tnko a
breath. Kverj thing points to n
strong mnikct next week through It
may not be na active.
Pioneer has rather headed the list
for rcmarknble advnucc selling. Fri
day forenoon on the Hoard at ISC.
This" Is n two per cent stock and Is
twite likely to go to 200, Walalmi
Is selling nt 1(59 ami will probably
go higher as nil the offerings nt
tliat flguro wero tnken up on Fri
day. Kwa Is varying between 30.76
and 31. Hawaiian Commercial Is
very strong nt 33 and over, under
tlio prcssuro of largo dealings In this
tock on the Coast. Oahu Sugar
sold freely nt 32.12 Friday arid
there Is no reason why Its should
?o down. Hutchinson sold nt IS.
Oahu Itnllwny has sold nt 135H nnd
it that price Instances presumably
tho difference between n transporta
tion nnd nn Industrial stock. Oahu
railway Is paying three-fourths of
nt per cent n month nnd n few
ihnrcs chnngo hands nt 135 with
'Ittlo offering. Wnlalun plantation
with splendid prospects nnd paying
ho samo' monthly dividend sells nt
109. Hbnokan sells nt 18 and there
were Indications of quite n little ac-
lon until Schncrcr & Co. found It
accessary to deny the street rumor
)f nn oxtra dividend. That punc
tured tho sllr that was started,
'loads mo still bought for at good
This week's activity has been In
luced by the advancing price of
mgar, centrifugals going up to 4.08
ind beets ns high ns lis 3d rcpre
icntlng u parity of 4.37. Quito n
'argo amount of Hawaii's sugar bids
fair to go In on the higher price,
o this crop Is well sold. And the
)rospccts for tho next year's price
com to bo very good.
European beets hold the k.cy to
ho wholo situation ns has seldom
con the case In former years. Ac
ordlnR to the conclusions to be
Irawn from F. O. I.lchfs reports, It
ill depends on whether good wcath
r tho lnttor part of the Bcason will
nako up. In the beets, the striall
mgar content found the first pari
Jf tho )ear nnd resulting from poor
growing wenther, Wlllctt & dray
under dnto of July 29 stnte that
Ucht's weekly enisle to them reports
rop conditions have now turned
"nvorable. Evidence of It was shown
n the reaction on that dnte In the
,irlco fiom 10s. 8"41. to 10s. 7d'.
On this basis ndvnnco In beets dur
ing tho Inst few dnys wo may put
lown to unfavorable wenther reports
from Europe. Llcht'u latest mnll
-Irculnr bearing the dnte of July 1C
tives figures that show how tho
iveather has nfTccted tho crop as
compared with former years. Fol
lowing for Inslanto nre tho figures
Tor tho "Sugar In beet" for tho last
'our years: "1909, C, 10 1908, 10,
10 1907. 7. fin IflflR 0" ti.Iu
Is a samplo of tho showing. Tho
ucets weigh less ns n, whole, the
leaves weigh less, the sucar nml Ihn
non-sugar Is less thnn for years
past. consequently tho world's
nrlco Is ninrelv wnltlnfr in n.n
weather to determine how high It
wall go for this Benson and tho
next. At tho end of the table nf
figures given by Llcht appears the
following: "This s en Acs. ns com.
pared with the preceding month
- . j.
I "" " . " ill
pa r - ',m V''-,
S3 'pm 5555
(June) In regard to the leaves an
Increase of 448,Sgr. ngnlnst 3G3gr.
39Cgr, In regard to the bulb an In
crease of 91,5gr. against 131gr.
117gr. and lB8gr, In regard to tho
contents of sugar nn Increase of 4.10
per Cent ngnlnst 4 10, 1.60 and 1.1 6
per cent In the preiedlng years, and
In regard to "the content of sugar In
the bulk an Increase of 3.7S per
cent agalust G.30, 2.30 nnd 1.30 per
cent In the three preceding years,"
So It Is clear that the sugar con
tent of tho beets must recover wlh
remarkable rapidity before there can
be any reasonable prospect of the
European crop being anywhere near
normal. This should mean higher
prices from now till January, and a
well sustained price through next
year, If tho predictions of general
prosperity throughout tho United
Stntes nro realized.
The malls have brought the final
figures on tho tariff bill signed by
the President, and Hawaii has fared
wonderfully well. Our signal vic
tory li In tjio plncapplcschodulo that
was fobght through by Secretary
McClellnn " representing Dolegnte
Kulilo. In siring up tho new pine
apple tariff rate ns regards its bear
ing on-the product of foreign com
petitors, reference to tliu rulings of
the Treasury shows that practically
speaking tho tariff on the Singapore
canned pines has Inci cased from 1
tent to 3 cents, nnd on the Iluhamns
from 1 3-4 cents to 3 rents. This U
probnbly the highest percentage of
gain any Industry tins secured from
a tariff bill put through under a
downward , revision platform.
The tariff on coal has been reduc
ed, and tho Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Company wncd $1,760 by
holding In the neighborhood of 8,
000 tons of coal In bond under the
now schedule, and china will be In
creased In price ou tho foreign
grades. Taken as u whole, tho ne
cessities of life are not higher ns n
result of the tariff tinkering, 'nnd
what Is all Impuitaut, the biigar
tariff Is safe.
The new cotton company put the
first white farmer In tho field this
week. A white man and his family
wero established on the cotton Holds
and Mr. Van Vnlkenbcrg, one of tho
cotton enthusiasts, falls to see nny
reason why cotton should not bo the
white man's industry of this Terri
tory. The city is honored this week by
the arrival of Manager Schwerln of
tho Pacific Mall Steamship Company
find M. II. De Young, owner, of tho
San Francisco Chronicle. - Mr.
Schwerln marked his arrival by tell
ing the peopulo of Honolulu that
they run tho most expensive port in
tho world outside of Manila. Ho
oven suggested that the Pacific Mall
ships might bo withdrawn, hut white
the old reliable liner Alameda comes
down In the sunpner months well
filled with tourists, tho through
steamers of Mr. Schwerln will not
lose nny dollars that aro dangling
before them, by cutting 'Honolulu
out. Mr. Schwerln., la' ti) tnlk
to tho Chamber' of ' Commerce
next week, and he wllhtell the peo
ple what ho thinks after having
been hero u few days and looked us
Tho Hoard of Immlirrntlon linu re
ceived word that the authorities at
Washington will offer no objections
to the Itusslan Immigration, but the
warning is made that tho Hoard
Will solve the problem of filing your Letters, Documents, Checks,
Legal Blanks, Cards, Quotations, Price Lists, Catalogs, or in fact
anything that is fileable. You may buy them one drawer or one
hundred drawers at a time according to the size of your business and
you may add to them as your business grows. The prices will sur
prise you. Also you will find the most complete line of.
Desks, Offioe Chairs, Office Tables,
Typewriter Desks, Typewriter Chairs
and all kinds of office" furniture and supplies ever shown in this
WALL, NOOLS, CQ., LTD,
) I ' t 4 i
must he ry careful ns to the char
acter of the people brought In.
They will undergo n severe test by
the Immigration authorities nt this
poit. A. 1 C. Atkinson will go to
Siberia as the representative of the
Hoard of Immigration to pass upon
the forty families that aro to bu
brought from that section of the
C. P. MorBo of the American-Hawaiian
line stntes that his company
has made arrangements to use the
Hllo hallway docks when tho Hllo
breakwater gets through far enough
to protect the shipping In the har
bor. Major Wlnslow of the U. S. Engi
neer Corps hns received word from
Washington apprbvlng tho final
lines of Honolulu harbor. This has
been the subject of some controver
sy from time to time, and now seems
amicably settled. It should be men
tioned In passing that Major Wlns
low has nroved him cr.tr in i. t
,ihc most successful heads of the
local u. s. Engineer's dftlce. He
is one of the ablest engineers In the
service, nnd possesses good sense ns
The same mall brought Major
Winslow's confirmation of the nwnrd
to tho Hawaiian Dredging Company
of the contract for filling In tho Wnl
klkl duck ponds. This will require
over $45,000 and Incidentally Is n
reclamation work that will be fol
lowed with much Interest, ni In tlhio
the nlllng-ln process will hnvc to
be extended to tho wholn wnnm r.
glon of Walklkl.
The War Department has Issued
an order returning tn ilm T.-ri !,.
certain' lands on the southwest slope
of Diamond Head for reservoir sites.
Two nddllinnnt rnmttnntn.. ..r .....,
artillery arrived by tlm tr.ini,i-i
Sheridan this week. The camp at
rori uuger is rast taking shape and
adds another attractive camp to the
garrison torces of the town.
Tho Union Oil Company Is plan
nln gto construct a monster oil tank
at Knhulul. The mainland dls
patches state that the Navy Depart
ment Is planning to have oil stor
age tnnks for prospective oil burn
ers among the naval vessels erected
nt. Honolulu. ' -
Governor Frenr announces that
the lease on three hundred and fifty
acres of cane land nt Kttpan, Kaiiul.
will be put up nt niictloh In n short
lime. This Is supposedly a move to
force Z. S. Spalding to take somo ac
tion, ns the Makee Sugar Company
Is tho only corporation In n position
to buy the leases. It Is not known
what are the plans of tho Territory
In dealing with tho water privileges
of the district.
It. O. Ilalley, tho private secretary
of the Treasury, arrived In tho Ko
rea this week and Is closing up the
flnnl data preliminary to making tho
plans und starting tho 'construction
on tho new Federal building.
Tho Chamber of Commerce has
voted to give a dinner to the visit
ing Congressmen who nre to arrive
the latter part of tho month. The
Chamber has been making an active
canvass for members nnd the follow
ing names have been added to Its
lists: Albert Afong, Itobort 11,
llooth, It. J. Huchly, (I, Fred Hush,
Itobort Cation, W. F. Frear, w. W.
Uoodalc, J. K. Kalnnlanaole, Robert
hewers, J, T. McCrosson, Cbas. N.
Marquci, Frederick C. Miller, E. II.
Paris, Samuel Parker, J. T. Warren.
II. F. 'Wlchmari, Frank Ilustaco, C.
Secretary Wood of the Chamber
of Commerce has obtained a leavo of
absenco and will take passage on the
Chlyu Maru Kept 20 to get In touch
with the ImiliiMb of the Orient
Stpckholdeis of the Kiui.il Rail
way lime held n Meeting during the
week expressing their ndhcrcm-c to
Act 39 of the Session Laws of 1909
This Is In lltio with the action of nil
transportation companies acting un
der thai ten) given hi the Teriltotl.il
The Parker Irrigation Co. Ltd,
has lied Its agreement under which
the Interests of McC'roscu In the
llnmnkun Ditch ami of Parker In the
Kohata Ditch are combined In order
tliat there shall ho no conflict ns
to the rights nnd privileges of each
at the watersheds of the headwaters
from which the Irrtgntlon supply Is
drawn. It amounts to u pooling of
tho control of the Kohal.i and lla
makua ditch piojects.
The Territory has filed Its brief
In nnswer to the challonga of the
constitutionality or tho inheritance
tax. This loniei up under tho Inher
itance tax levied on the estate of
Mary Dame Hall
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug. 12 1909,
from 10:30 . m. to 4:30 p. m.
llnwn. Trust Co Ltd' Tr to Paloln
Land & Improtmt Co Mil. Par Hid
Alfred F. Jiidd Tr. to Wong Tin
Look ..'. a1
James F. Morgan to John L Hem.
dear, Uinslng & Co. by Trs to W II
Elizabeth K llooth ami hsb to A V
J. P. KVola Kiiitkonlanl to William
J. P. K0I.1 Kaiikealanl to William
A Lewis Jr nnd wf to Mrs Toots
Trent Trust Co Ltd to C E Eklimd
Palolo Laud & Imprxmt Co Ltd to
Antono T Mmqucs ...! I)
Antonu T Muiqucs and wf to Mut
Hldg& Loan Soc of Haw Ltd M
Catherine N Joseph to Paul James
llachel A Carter to Alfred W Car-
t'T Tr Tr D
Ksl. of Hvriilco P. lllshop by Trs to
Alice O. Hurrlck l)
W E nowcll to'AlIco O. Hurrlck ....I.
Allco O Ilerrlck nnd hsb to Charles
H. Frailer .., m
Entered for Record Aug. 13, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Emma Macfarlano to fieorgo H
Fulrchlld , j)
When Hnby was sick, wo gavb hoi
When sho was a Chlld,.sho cried foi
When sho became Miss, sho clung to
When she had Children, sho gao thorn
The Industrial Edition of the
Eveninc Bulletin, wranned
ready for mailing, 80 cents at B n 1 -'
e t i n office
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa.$ 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley 800
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai-
2 B. R. House and Lot. Kant.
i lama 800
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,123
etc., etc, etc.
1 B. R. House anl Lot. Kanalama 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. . 74 S. Kine St.
Pacific Heights ;
Five-bedroom house in ex- ' I
Immediate possession. , i
Vcrv low rental to pctma- t
nent tenant : 1
Will also icnt for summer '
Bishop Trust Co.
A Hot Rath with
out having to burn
a lot of coal or wood
and keeping your
kitchen hot for
several hours is 'a
luxury enjoyed by
persons who burn
Gas. The cost
of heating the water
by gas is" not above
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Laces and. Embroideries
They play four minutes on
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Rraph nnd reuroducc the
world's best music, sour nnd
Hawaiian News Co.,
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Bicycle shop nnd general rcpniriiitr
work. Snecinltv In uiririn .up
land Rold plated work.
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j Society will bold services In Priilcr-
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