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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 25, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING nULIXTlN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, SEPT. 25 190ft'
There never was a better
' soap used than ours be
cause it gets down to
wood and removes the
dirt covering with less
trouble and muscular
effort than any other.
Is used the world over
because it is true to the
cleans and cleans well.
You can get it at your
grocers or from
mlNfi 1! IJWWiw
thread, lock stitch,
The biggest value
Tlaeo. H. Davies te Co.,
Business Suits for $25.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Wlint might bo called tho first dull tliom must ho forced down lit order
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GItEAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
HIQH-OLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATINO.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK POR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
vveek-ln thd past eight months' In tho
record of tills Inst full week of Scp
lembcr. Tliero la no Rcrlous market
ioi tent, nor Is there nny wrnkiiilng
of securities. It Ik merely a envj oj
Iho pcoplo being tired nt-.d tjioy havo
tnUen n rest. During the wcclo when
vacations arc usually taken, bushies-i
was running nt top speed. Then came
tlio Congressional party mid tho Fleet.
As n matter of fuel the pcop'o were
i ' -IIIIMIIl ! ,,, in,
Yet In tho midst of this so-called
dull week ono of tho largest mid most
Important real estate deals of tlio sea
son has been put through. The pun
rliaso of tlio holding of tlio trustees ol
tliu dear, l.uiiklng k Co. property Is
by nil odds tho most significant feat
r.ra of tho pukI seven dajB.
TIiIh property, Including a largo
tract of desirable resilience property
tin tlio Wnlalno section, lias been Mild
to a syndlcnto of wlilcli Ilnrry Lewis
15. .1. Lin d, Frank Thompson, F. V..
Stecro unit Chas. Stanton nro mem.
bers, nt tho rumored Ilguro of $40,000
An n result of It tho (tear, Lansing &
Co. trust Iti, completely satisfied mid
tlio creditor (-crura a dividend of t;l
ty cents on the dollar of tbelr ne-
Just what is Intruded to bo done
by this nyndl.cato Is not known bill It
Is probablb that a telling compnny will
bo oiganlzed mid nil tho real estate
men of tho city, will be i;lven an op
portunity to shnru In tho sales of u
tract Unit will piobably bo greatly Im
proved beforo It Is nlTered to tho pill)
lie. Tills deal Indlcalcn tho trend of
Investors to real estate ugaln nftT
having pushed tho stork market to
iho top untcli, It nlio i.hows n full
confldenco In llm future growth of Ho
iiolulti, (lint, as tlio II it 1 1 c 1 1 it so Ire
rpienlly repeats, lias hardly begun to
mow when compared with what It will
I o In tho eomparatlvely near future.
to Ret any action. Tliero will bo some
thing done In tho way of additional
dividends for Walnlua If tlio agents
liavo that rcgntd (or tlio stockholders
that Is anticipated. Pioneer is strong
nt 1X8. Honokun has been sold nt
18.50; quite ,n number of peoplo aio
unable to account for tho failure to
dcclaro n dividend policy In connection
with this plantation beforo this. '.Kd
fells re.-ullly at 31 and n fraction.
Thero has been some movement In
Olna at 1.50. Tho new 1'ima fields nro
tho hope and Joy of this sugar prop
erty. No butter enno nrea can bo
found than many of tho fields of l'uiu
that Ohm will harvest. Hawaiian
Commercial has Fold for 31 and Is not
very btrong though It will probably
strengthen on tho prospect of n final
extra dividend later In tho season.
Ititor-tslund has recovered to 111.
Ilrowery is selling nt 23"". O. II. &
j. Is again back at in.", niter si slight
ltonds linvo hern fairly nctlvo
through thu week, Mcllrjdu Kb advanc
ing to 98 ft om tho latest sale at 'J3.
Illlo Railways ami Olna Us havo sold
In small lots nt par. $10,000 of O. 11. &
l. Gs Mild nt 101.25 cailyMu Iho week.
i. ...,,..,. i., n.,.i .. in im niKiinlfor tlio collection of tho new Federal
with Seattle tho first of February, ' corporation tax. Corporations will
when the Hllonian and the Enterprise havo until January 1. 1!10, to mnku
will bfl'inil mi the Honolulu-Seattle -their reports on tortus furnished by
nil. Fiirlhernwro thou, Is a great do- the Federal Attorney General's depart-
innn-J for passenger itcrnmi.iodatlonSi ment.
on tlio steamers coming this d.iy lhl" " '
winter. The through boats of Iho !'.' BUILMNU i-iiKMUS.
clfle Mall nro so c-.-ow.led that the llo- Sept. :-- -nurry Werner, Hotel
nolulu passenger is given haul!;' h street beivvceu f-ort nnd .Maunakca,
look-lu. Ono man who arrived by the
l.ist Alameda applied for a bonkh-K to
Honolulu on n l'ncinc .Mall biv.it and
was told that he might possibly get n
place In November, but ho ccnshleied
that the steamship pcoplo were ntimi
lutely Indifferent lo whether ho ever
got to Honolulu or not. The lolutlen
for n sltuntlon of this characAj- i to
get moro nnd better strainers on the
local lines. At last tho men with
largo freights nnd thu menus to do
with nppenr to have wnked up to na
appreciation of the duty they owe tho
community in assisting In the unbuild
Ing of tlio passenger business of Ho
nolulu. If matter continue to move
In tho present direction tho time Is
not far distant when the freight ami
tho passeuirs of Hawaii vill bo
hauled by locally owned steiimohlps.
This will eertiilnly bo the toiult He
lens tho largo freight lines give r.nie
consideration to passengers in the fit
tore than they have In the pat
Very firm nnd rather Inactlvo la the
record of tho Stock Hxchango for the
neck, despite tho announcement, i.f
homo ory largo extra dividends nml
tho prospects for more. XInkuwell
camo Into tho "extra" lists this mefc
with an cxlin of llireo per cent lo be
paid September 30 nnd another of
tlnee per cent paynblo December 15.
and tho regular of ono and onoliulf
per cent will bo continued. This
iiioana tho payment of $120,000 In ex
Iras to tho stockholders of Hnwnlhn
Sugar Co. this, fall, In addition to tho
regular dividend of $30,000 a month
In nddltlon to this pleasant remind
er of good times from Makawell, C.
ilrewei' & Co. at tho meeting held this
cek, declared an cxtrn dividend of
llireo per cent, paynblo October 15,
ind nt tho samo t lino elcclcd I-'.ixnn
ttbhop president of tho company In
placo of C. M. Cooke, deceased. This
xtia with the regular of two per
-riit gives tho stockholders of that
company $100 000 In dividends next
Theso nro tho might particular wat
rmeloiiH of tho, rcai-on cut by tho
'Host prospcious rompanles. Some
havo been whistling for dividends
dneo Iho find promotion llleruturu
nas put out, but with such dividends
ih th'-su paid out lo the most favored
mes It stands to reason that tho
money maikel ought to bo eury nnd
'hat tho loyal men if Hawaii should
linvo plenty of money to iidvnnco In
ii catiso of liny now developing en
"Strikebreaking" operations ou
O.ihti plantation eeused on Monday of
this week. Manager Hull Is now-running
his plantation with his regular
force. Honolulu plantation nlono Is
now emplolng ificu from town, some
flvo hundred going to that plantation
In this connection It should bo not
ed that tho experience of the strike-
hiCaklng period Is that tlio citizen lab
or can make good nnd has made Rood
In thu Migar field. It Is understood
that ono of Manager's Hull's best
planting forces was a squad of Hu
wnllnns under a Hawaiian lima.
Thoso men who havo been going to
the plantations havo put in circulation
In Honolulu over three hundred thou
sand dollars. Never has thero been
hiich an era of prosperity among the
citizen workers of this Island as In the
Inst thrco nnd-four months, nnd of
course tho small merchant has profited
Sept. 24 It. Nnknmura, ninknl
lleiettinla and Klver ktreets, wood.
Kept. 21 liu lkow, King upp.
Thouins Square, wood.
opt, i Mlao, uunalllo street,
Sept. 21 Mlao, Maitoa Valley.
Acting Secretnry Cooper In his let
ter to tho Promotion Committee this
week tells them that there Is r gen
eral trend of tourists to lia-vall mil
nil tho avenues of travel aro eiowdoJ,
nnd thu Promotion Committee may
take tho credit for 11. Ho spenkj the
wholo truth. Advertising peyi. The
prospects pro for ono of tho best tour
ist seasons! lonolulii has ever known.
". Q, Irwin leaves for tho-matnland
tho coming week, Mr. V, fl. Olffard
having arrival pn tho Alameda to re
intiie tho management of Irwin & Co.
Mr. Irwin signalized his departure by
contributing liberally lo vatlous char
ities. Auother result of tho present
good times is found In tho Rift by
Ororgo Wilcox of $50,000 to tho Md
Sept. 20 Kwong Ylck Co., owner.
Concrete store, Corner of Nuuanu and
I'auahl streets. Kwong Chong Ton
Sept. 21 J. II. lllggln, owner, 1
wooden building. IJwn of Oaliti Ave.
Cheu Hoon Kee, plumber. I
Sept. 22 Cummins Kslntc, own-!
crs, two brick stores, Kort nnd Mer
chant, Knimclutli . Co., plumbers.
Sept. 22 M. K. Goto, owner. 1
wooden building, King nr Keeaumo
ku, M. K. Colo, plumber.
Sept. 21 T. Sunildu, owner, 1
etnno store, Maunakca and I'nuahl.
Sing Chrf"!! Co., plumbers.
Sept. 20 City and County, County
Jail, liv-llcl Head, K. It. iluth, plum
Sept. 23 John Wntcrhouse, own
ers, two wooden buildings, top of Kc
walo street. J.-Nott Jr., plumber.
Sept. 23 J. D. Mclncmy, dwell
ing, No. 1445 South King. Won I-ouls
Sept 23 J. D. Mclncrny, 1 dwell
ing, 1445 Pouth King street. Won
luls Co , plumbers.
ment 'of lumber i
in the islands,!
which mean that
you can get thel
lengths and widths JJ
irtn tittint fnr r,ni
JUU fTUIll iui oiij (
class or worK.
Lcwcrs & Cooke,
177, S. Kins St.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. ,
Entertainment for old and younc.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young BlJtr.
Speaking of general plantation con
dltlpna nn Incident ,gf hoiytho rcputa
tlou of all tho plantations may be In
Jured by tho shortcomings of ono wnk
brought to nttentluu.by iin'cxpresslon
from Congrejisniaii' Dawson', who went
on an independent Investigating trip
of h(s own. iHo hnpicned'to strike a
property whoro too llttlo attention Is
given to sanitary conditions about the
quarters-of tho laborers. Tho result
was thnUho felt ho hnd not been lohl
the whole truth when shown around
various other plantations. nThlsf one
Pioporty 'nnd ono row or dirty door
ynrds may Rlvo a black oyo to the
wholo sugar Industry,
Transportation has occupied ronsld
erablo attention this week In the Inner
business circles, and a movement Is
well started to havo tlio Matson Nav
igation Company plnco nn order Im
mediately for another now steamer
ns largo or larger than Iho Wllhel
mliia. Men .of largo capllnl nro bank
tif thu movement and nro rendy lo aid
It with their inonoy, Consldcrnldo Init
lielus has been given this by the bet-
An order for tho filial distribution
of the Afong estate was inatlo In court
Ibis week. Kach of tho heirs gets a
rliari) of $43,419.85.
Tho Inheritance tax on the Hrlnckcr
holt estate will soon bo eitjhllthcd
by tho appraisers, nppalated this week.
Tho estate is valued nt $223,033.32.
Hon. S. M. Damon, head of nishnp
& Co.. returned this week finm a va
cation trip to tho mainland that took
Ouliil Sugar nnd Wnlalua have fiu
ulrlicd about Iho only medium of nr-
Ion In tho stock maiket. Oahu has
idvanced steadily (111 It sold Friday
In fair Mzed blocks nt 33. Walalua
tinting In nt 110 bus gone ns high
is 119, but on Trlday afternoon Iho do
'iiessers got to work nnd furred It nH
uw ns 117, Tho general situation np--ears
to bo that nil tho stocks nro n
sigh unil closely held that sotuo of Waitv Bldor.
$15,00 Three bed room house on
Oulick Ave.l near ear line. ,
' FOR SALE. '
$500 Four-room house and lot 50x
100 in Schank Tract, Nuuanu
Volley. Very cheap.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. Kint? St,
. Coiiservnllon has Jm'l a prominent
plnro beforo tho public during the
week. Tho Governor announces that
when the leaso runs out on thu Innds
of Knhoolawo the reforestation ol
Hint Island will bo mado an example
of what may bo done In reviving land
as the Island's past history has been
n horrlblo cxnmplo of tho damago that
may bo done by destruction of forests
Tho ladles' branch of tho Rivera nnd
Harbors Conservation propaganda hob!
a meeting this week which was ,ad
dressed by Mr. Hosmer and Mr, Men
denhnll. Conservation will take n
largo plnco In tho Interest of tho pco
plo of Hawaii nnd it ought to.
Superintendent Campbell states that
tho water Is very low In thu Niiuanii
reservoirs ami n water famine Is Im
mliient on Iho higher levels. Ho also
says that good progress Is being made
ou tho Niiunuu dam.
Entered for Record 8ept. 23, 1909,
from 10:20 a. m. to 4 p. m.
first National Dank of Walluku to
I.anlwnhlno lCzcra llcl
T K l.alakea and vvf to Joaquin V
T Morltn and wf to J Alfred Ma-
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Dlxlo F
Oncn , . 1''
Win M Mlnton and wf to A M Hiirtt.I)
A M Hunt, mid wf to Mull llldg &
Loan Soo of Haw Ltd M
Gear, Lansing & Co., Ltd, by Trs to
Fred Harrison 1
Est of John Kn.i by Tra et nl to
James D Castlo I
Kst of John Una by Trs et al to
Koolnu Agrctl Co Ltd 1)
Entered for Record Sept 24, 1909,,
from 81.30 a. m. to 10130 a. m.
F K Maklno to von Hninm-Young
Co Ltd CM
Kukana Apao and hsb to Jnmes Nn-
l B II Strauch and wf to John
Thompson and vvf D
Pcrnandcs J C I.eine and wf to San
Antonio I'or Hen Soc of Haw ,...M
'c'AMOUS HOBO IS A
GUEST OF JACK LONDON
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
bit been placed at your disposal
while here. Special ratea for around
the country touri have been fixed,
including all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will give,
you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of ithe U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fleet Car." You have only
to phone 371 to arrange for special
Federal operations nro forging
ahead. Admiral Ilollyday stated be,
fore ho left for Washington that
I'earl Harbor would bo ready for busi
ness by 1812. and the progress will be
moro evident to Iho casual observe
when Iho channel la dredged so that
tblpa may enter thu harbor. Work on
tho extension of tho llapld Transit
will begin In the near future.
Construction of nrmy barracks nnd
'A No. 1" Visits the Author at His
Bungalow at Glen j
SANTA IIOSA, September ID. "A
o. 1," tho genius hobo who has
:omu into considerable notorloty all j
jvor tho country nnd particularly
..he Pacific Coast, Is being entertain
ed by Jack Umilon, the llterari
.Iglit. They nro together at Lon
lon'H bungalow In tho (Hen lClleu
.illln, and aro having n delightful
Islt. "A No. 1" makes frequent
islta to Londou'B place, but never
uirrlca long at a time, being too nr
lent n devoto of the Btrcnuous life
to tarry amid tho luxuries with
jvhlcli Uindon Virrouuda Himself In
lis home In tho hills. Somo of Lon-
lon'a renders linvo Bought to con
oect "A No. 1" with tho much trn
elcd nnd versatile hobo who appears
In several of tho ohort stories of the
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, BUBBEB ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
U.UMDII utin'ti ... ...... ...... ram
Iho completion of tho Fort Shatter N ,
equipment Is going forward steadily. jgg dltorll roomt 25fl bul
Collector Drako Is gathering data
net offlca: These are 'the telephon
nitmhur of. h BullMtf offle.
ITli'iiMii ii Tr'ftlma .. 11 W 1
jr. a t."x . "i i si
I We have an Expert Factory man, and
have just installed the most complete
Repair Department in the Islands.
Wall, NibHbls Co., Ltd.
Wall; Nichols Co.,
Remember the Place,
than any location in the -islands.
Golf; Swimming, Riding, Motoring.
Formerly cutter for H. P, Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania Si. Opp, Sachs',
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
PLUMBINQ and PAINTING-.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
jr King St.; P, 0, Bos 91t '