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licit the business during tlio coming known ami tho Knpaa problem la yet Onrtley.
M'.u- will exceed that of tho ear unsolved. Tliu sale of lease of tlio Itcceptlou
J 1 1 t pissed liy fully as large n per
cent ns Hint )oar In turn exceeded
the priccdlhg twelvemonth.
'I lie i'i 11 hi pto'.lcts tint an hIi ks have been euiflnei pilnclpal
I'i.:k a 11 urn 11 ii has toadied tlio dip I' .11 Uaiiilun. llonok.ii ami Ilaw.i
tn li h i.'IN in utiilci xitiiiil tlio tutiiio II in I'i nt'.t pjiIl'. although a now
u Uilrf r mill those islands , mink was u'l for Hawaiian Conmiet-
liililiuis In point mi) lie found In eh.l on Ttiosd.i), when 150 shines
tlio tli.iolc xc1ijiiko iocnr.1 fur llu mill at "l.f.rt. Ilonoknn hnsad
Uhl nook pntlctilarl) III tliu hiIo of vinicel Mom IS SO to 111-'.'. It will
I rt vliiioiofWalaliu.it 115 )osto'-' piobably to tip slowly, though It
day nfi.rnoc.ii llio latt pluvious Hilcjwlll Jum,i tbove pir quickly If thcro
Ileal estate, has boon fnlrly actlvo.
Tlio I tciir WateihoiiBo Truct Com
pany loal estate dop.iitment reports
Hie sale of a lot at Kaaluwr.l to II. M.
Kapan cane lamls means under ordin
ary circumstances lliat the Mnkoe
Sugar Company u 111 get the land at
Its own terms as Hie aica Is not suf
ficient for an Independent plantation,
ami tho Mnlieo Sugar Contpiny Ima
tho only mill In tlio vicinity. If tho
Knpin land niatlor Is finally settled
Announcement that the lawsuits as neatly worn out iih Is possible Tlio
growing out of water disputes lie- totter part of llu months will piss
twoen tho Oalm railway anil li. h. Mc- heforo tlio new ostein Is working lint
Caudlcss anil James Arnistiong, have It Is promised to ho the beet Hint can
been compromised out of court, winds he hail and thorn will he no disturb-
up what piomlvcil lo lie n loua; timl lug Into. I'll fur the 'phono sulnorIh.Mii
hard-fought litigation. Tho most lin- as the new will ho Instullod i nilrely
pcrlanl Itni Is tho lelonse liy thn nil- Independently of the oil.
way of cci tain clnlms to tho lights of On 1"iIiIj tlio Mutual To! .pat no
Tho Siiproino Court rondeied two way near Kaymoiitl grove. Ilo gels ronip'iuy pu,ed Into full eon: ml of
and niilertalnment A.
Hartley, C. lledeuiann, M. I. KoMii
ton. Iliillillnt; W. It, Castle, J. M. Dow
tttt II, l. Who I.
Pioniotlon W. A, Ilowen, W, II.
holm; llo. This U not a.i excuplloa
I't Is an Instance that epitomizes the
'Along the same line Is the taking
up of the Una! bond lusno of the
1'nla unit Haiku plantations. The
null Is advertised tod.i) for taking
nil $IiC2,.'oo of bonds on October 1.
This deals lip the bunded Indebted
U fair luouilau of a dividend. Wnl-
alua Is still a Sioek to loujuio with.
Its 32,000 ton c.op will be off in
tluee or four weeks and much (if It
old at high pi lies. Dwn has ad
vanced 73 icnts a share duilng the
eck. I'lonoer Is steady nt 18G.G0.
Jnliu Is strong at 32.
The sudden demand for Hawaiian
i Whittle) for 535HO. W. A. Kinney hai without tho charge of favoritism tho linparlnnt decisions on 1'ihlay, one tii- fiom tho load noma nine acres of lice tho wholes ionium) tlio addition i
1 aim liiimht two Kaa awal lots ll!i a unexpected will happiu. holding the now law providing for land near his present holdings. , slock for the ciniuilliliillini honig Is-
beidi liontigo of 2n teel. I ... . coiumllmcuts to tho Insane as)lum by . i sued on that d ito.
An option hns boon taken on n lot The Honolulu Iron Winks, put In the a l.'uuacy Commission, anil the other The telephone mid teloai-.iplj com j During Mr. Hihworlii's stn) ionics
i.ocup)lng Sldo square feet on tlio lowest bid tor tie pipe of tin- K l nplioldlng the Inheritance tax law. panics have been ciy ninib In the tlio lepoit lb it ilia United Wireless
(orner or I'au.ihl and ltlver idicets for water Hyrli-in. Tho tolnl was ill.- Tho latter holds that slrues of stock loicginund tbln weak. It Is flnilly Cumpuiy of the Coisl Is stilling in
$10 Geo. 091.28 iiud It Includes 20,000 feet of in domestic coiporntlons nod owned decided that. Honolulu rhult havo tho make a del with him whutcli) ho !li
Blvlnch. 3",nno feet of five-Inch, 20,000 by a person ilylnj? abroad nic property niilomalle. toleplieno s)steni, thn ill- etpiip his ihl:m with wiiilcss and eiert
Ooivmni Kioar recelveil n cable- feet of four Inch. 10,000 fict of thioe- within tlio Territory of Hawaii and rectors of tho local ciiiuiinnr havlm: 'n local station. Tliu ileal Is not mob-
rubject lo tho Inheritance tax. i cached that conclusion Thursdny. able.
si Mr. I'latt. the visiting loprcticntatlvc Tho Holl'-ter Drug Comrmiv it I
noss of the-ie two plantations, and Pineapple nttracted considerable no
miikos a io' md thiiB far for the ' tire, unlets coming In from thu coast
Alexander & Haldwln plantinlons to buy at market, and It was not
grain Ibis week announcing that the Inch mid 15 iiij feet of oue-and-oi"j
I'M'jIicut x given the necessary an- half-Inch jilpe.
proyal for tho latest Issuo of Torrl- j
torlal Improvenieut bJiids to jirovldo Attorne) Oeneral llomenway-ls pre-
lor tho construction of the Kula ptpo pirlng n verles of ejectment suits
1 1 no Tin so bonds, like all otheis ngilnst iwople "vho have been occupy-
that have been Issued, will be accept- Ing publli. Iiud.
id i'S security for Kedeiul de)lt.
of ba.lng paid off mine than n mil
lion dollius of bonded Indebtedness
this )car ThN Is luerol) one of
the samples of the piusperlty Hint
Is genoiiil In llnwill
In the p.i I estate nisr'tot tliero
are not mirh miikel liiHtan-es of ad
vances, but Honolulu ical estate Is
steadll) sticngthuilng and tho poo
poiBlble to till them. What fovv
shr.rci were picked up sold at 2T.50,
an advance of about $5 a share.
It can ba u matter of compara
tively short time before the crowd
will go lifter tho less expensive
Moc'itr The lepoits from Olan are
vei) satisfactory, 'anil McIli)do Is
In the mo3t piomtslng condition It
pie nie ginduiilli hci'lnulng to teal- has ever known, having obtained
170 whnt the have hefoio them In water fiom unoxpeclcJ souices nml
the wa of nssuiance for continued being full) equipped to take euro of
piospeilty The Charles llrcwer
lMntii on rrlilny improacliod a conclu
sion with tho Ilhihop Hstate for n
long leaso of the piopcrty on which
the llu I let In building now-! nop for 1911
stands. Next )o'ir after tho piesont
leiiBe runs out, an olllce building
will be put up on King Ktreet and a
lnige vv'iiehoure building will be
cieded In the roar of May & Co.
And all these transactions In
si'icVs mil bonds mid real ntnto aio
but tlio edge of the beginning of
Honolulu's ginwth. Money Is nl
loadv plentiful In the city, nml no
pood loam go bogging. On top of
this conies tho lotting looso of over
half ii mil I Inn of bond money the
ftiHt of October.
It Is good for Honolulu, nml tho
piliirlpil danger to bo guarded
ng'ilupt Is the possibility that this
Its iiica In time of drouth. This
property will pay off $125,000 of Its
Indebtedness this )ear ami bids fair
to p'tv more next, with a splendid
One of the molt tnipnitunt Inci
dent.) of tho week was the tonvte
Hon of "tho Japaiice strike leaders
for uinsplracy. Following close on
this victory for law and order ennio
a letter to Alitor Shobn signed by
500 Hw-n .lapenese In which thoy
thank him for tils timely ndvire that
pi evented them from going nut on
a second stiike. There nro about
1,300 strike bieakeis still at walk
on Honolulu and Oalm plantations.
Fume intcrctllng cares will develop. I
Manager Fchwerln of tho J'acMc
Mnll took n trip this week to tho new
Makaputi light that Is to prevent any
fiich disasters as the Manchuria met
with In going ashore at Walmanalo.
Tho lighlhousu system of tho Islands
Is being developed rapidly nml with
Mr. Arundel, owner of Ocean and proper rcgird for tho deep sea ships.
Clcrkb of the Circuit Court havo be- of tho nutoniiillc, uTers $20,000 for tho, nnnuil meeting elected I'. A. Panne-
gun work on their mvlew ol the re- present old equipment and tho now In- lio, picsMonl; II A. I'armolon. vlio
pprts on the great lllshop Estate val- spallation will cost over $80000. The precli'ent; enti K. M)eis sceiit'iij;
net! at $2,500,000 and tho Dicier Ks- fact of thn nmttcr is tint thn outside C. II. I'enls, trcasuier and I). II May.
It Is possible that Into valued at $500,000, equipment of tho piescnt kjslem Is auditor.
Marrtou Campbell has telegraphed
tho nuthoiltles at Washington asking
that a geographer ba cent to assist
Messrs. I.elghton and Mo'idenhall In
connection with tho hydiogiaphlc survey.
Pleasant Islands, who Is making his
lii,mlqiiirtrra In tho city, contem
plates erecting wlieless telegraph sta-
Mr. Schwcrln's vlclt to tho city has i
been nttended liy more or lobs con-1
jecturc. In his udihess heforo the
Tho Honolulu Stock and llonil I2s
change held Its nnuiial meeting I'rl
dav nfteinoon and elected ZennK.
sui'idus money ma) sonk Investment i Meyeis as prealdciit, William Wll-
(iiitsld" of Hawaii It has boon niado , llaiunon vlco president and Albert
here and should bo icInvcHted for
tho tinlhor development of our Islands
The stock innilat 1ms boon mark
ed by ndvanilng pi lies, but not voiy
miiih ileiilliiK. Cvoivone Is holding
on, nml thcru Is ovoiv iciieoii why
llmv' s'lould, Acnmllng to tho np
lnoxlinale figures plvin out by Mr.
Alliortun of tlio Sugnr I'actors Com
liany, fullv nuo-thlid ofj our Island
sugar crop has )et to leach the nini
Tlio ptlce of sugar that started
In the week. with (eutiifugnls at' I OS ,900,551.78 for tho year ending Aug
end beets 11 3d, finished on Kil-ust 12, 1808.V
day with cctitlfiignl nt 4.11 and Onhit Sugar Company stock heads
Afong secretin y. Thero was a very
lively contiovoisy over tho snlo of nn
additional seat resulting from the
ibxlie of W. 1'. Hoth to piiichnso a
sent. It vvna llnnlly decldod to offer
the nut at an upset prion of $50'!0,
This Is tho highest flguie )ct, and
places the value of thine already held
at $7 Ood.
Tho repoit oj I'lesldont Shlnglo
shows that iiugur stock tiansactlons
alone dm ing tlio year aggregated
$5,033,790.33 1-8, ns agaliut $1,-
boots lis 7 1-2(1, the latter having
gone as high as Us 10 l-2d, drop
ping back to Us Gd, and then re
iiiverlng. This means n short crop
In Huinpean beets ntid continued
high prices. There Is, therefore,
ample Justification for tho ailvnnco
of slocks. There Is good reason for
(he owners of storks to hold them,
us tho loturns must Improvo If pies
ont prnsio"ts count for anything.
At Meant 115.000 trim of the pre'ont
titljnr crop will bo sold at tho ind
ent high pi Ices or better.
Thu udvant'cs In tho
tho list ns fur as activity Is con
cerned, 33,192 shares having been
told for $1,008,291,30 5-8, while
9,171 of the new slimes, Issued on
a basis of four to one of the old,
biought $283,021.87 1-2.
Illlo Hallway bIxcs sold amounted
to the enormous sum of $305,215.
The next best showing was mado by
Walnlun Agrlcultuinl Company lives,
whli h sold to the amount of $171.
The total bond Kales lecoidcd
amounted lo $1,091,502.35.
Piosldont Shingle, In commenting
pilco of In lila lepoit, u.vnicsseil tho belief
thins to bring the Islands of tho Chamber ot Commeicu Mr, Schwciln
South Seas Into icgulni coniiiiunlca- urged our people to Increase tho
Hon. wutcr orea of tho haibor lather than
"N tho wharfage, and let lull a lino of i
CoiiBlderablo excitement was caused comment that Indicated that although j
this week by the report that the tho Pacific Mall Is losing heavily In i
staunch Inter Island steamer Xllhau llB battle with competing lines In tho
liailticcn Blink off Molokil. Sho camo fouign trnde. It Is waking up to tho
Into port next da) leaklu;; slightly, !isblbllltlc of trade between Hawaii
She Iriil been on the loef for a short ""' "it nialnliiud.
The National Guard Is to get a new
W, It. Cattle, acting for Ciutlo & iMu rango Jn I'alolo ulley. It will
Cooke, sent n contilbiitlon or $1000 to l"" t" lnt up'with this lmprovcmo.it
the surfeieis In the Osaka disaster. for n wfillc anil bo Batlsfled. Tlio
This was forwaided through the Jap- minry has been postponul till tho
aiioso Consul and the act was voiy meeting of tho next Legislature,
much appreciated b) tho leputablo '
.lapanssu of Honolulu, as It will also Tlio. annual meeting of bo Chamber
bo by the thousands In distress. of Commerce was a rather tamo affair,
the old otllciTH being leelected and
The .Ma) or this week succeeded In presumably the policies of tho past
getting slgnatiiies to tho papeis that year will bo continued. Whether It
will Mvojho County the necossiry Is Intention il or not, It Is Inteiosllng
right or way on tlio Kabiauul beach to note that In the slate Tor tho tins-
on thu other side of the Island. toes of tfio Chamber to sorvo for thu
coining yeai luctu Is no icprosonta-
Tho Hoard of I.lcemru Commission- live of nny mcicintllo linn tiustciiu
crs nt their liK-etlns this week i efiued pjny, the. Haul: of Hawaii or Ulshop
the petition of Jack Huberts for a & Co. This may or may not bo slg-
saloon license on lower AlaW street ulflcant ot tho organization of an In-
vvhoio the Kentucky saloun was foi- nor circle 'tn run things but nan illv
iiiorly This Indicates that no moro with tho Chamber of Coinmerco any j
licenses will bo guinteil In tho tlty ono who will get In mid do omollilng.
umlts. llio petition of Mr. lytiugus bus been liullcdiwth delight. The of.
fur mi iiftei-hour Un'nti Ci III prlv fleers nml tnmtevs me: Piesldcnt.
hogo was taken under iidvlsement, Jnmos P .AInigsn: vlco piesl lent, J. V.
suggesting that tlio Cmnmbslou may Cooke; Beeietaiy-tlensurer. II. V,
possibly modify Its previous legula Wood; tiuctees, K. Faxon lllshop
tlon leu'ii'dliiLf nlloi- linnm nil 1 , ,-. .Tmmu n i.ii,, i iv K-ctn.n t
haps Similiy piMlcgos In u-gtiuiiuntH (Imtlev, C. Hedemann, V. W. Klamp. '
aim noic.s. j; ; axton M. P. Hoblnson, P. At
; Swauzy 1 1. Spalding, II. I), Teniiey
A. A. Wilson. Theodore nannnn. nml Hlcharil Ivera.
Wl'llam Tlioiuus Ileniy tliin'ca. (!. O. Tho committees ate:
Owei P. fl l.)iu'iii Jr., mil Alexand- rin-ince K, I). Tcnney, i:, r HIJi
or Angus havo applied for n charter op Itlchaid Iveis.
unilir the namu of the Miiuinwal Membeilihlp J, A, Kennedy, .1 I),
Mercantile Company. Tho cnnltnl Dole. M. P. ItoblnsonA
nriiiiriiinin ii. i. apaiuing, J, A
Kci'ioily A. Giitley, Illchaiil Iveis
J I). Dole
Coninie.ee, Mnuiifiitu o and Awl
rultnro P M. Swanzy, J. ! Coiku,
i: D Tenney.
Haibor FMpplug ip,i Tr -e .i,n.
i:. i:. l'pliii J. A. Kennely r
stock Is $20no with a $10ti0W limit.
It Is believed this eoiporatlnu Is to op.
erato In connection with 1ml prop
nrtlos In the Pupiikea hom'-stead section.
Fuixrliitondonl Cnnipbdl !; is vlslled
tho fnmoiis Knpia lsndn ihl wek
Tint icctlon of the Tcirllmy his, io- Klamp
rolvod moro visits riom inoio dirfoicnt l.iglslatuio nnd Public Impiovii
oniclals than any other so far us mcntH li I, Sptldltis, J, P. Cooke, A.
For Repairing and Building
VT7E carry the only complete stock in
the islands. Wheel Materials,
Springs, Bolts and other Hardware, Axles,
Hardwood Lumber, Leather and every
thing that goes to make up a vehicle, from
a light buggy to a heavy dray.
We buy direct from the manufacturer
and quote prices as low and lower than
obtainable on the mainland.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Merchant Street,, bet. Fort and Alakea
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