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EVBNINO DULLETIN, JIONOLUMJ, .T. K,. PATUnPAY, OCT, 1C, 1909
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.yTR. LAWRENCE1 HXENT,
Svm irom uauana, uai., ana ne is now emptoyea oy m. .
1VA. Mr.: Kent is an experienced, man in. this line of
Ihminm' unrl nmntlral cmtMlmnr has had IB Years' ex
perience. rMiOXi. H.'Kent and Mr. M. E. Silvi art now'prepared to
receive all business ehtrnited to onr care. Mrs, Kent is also a lad; un
dertaker and will care for the female cues, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time. .,
M. E. Silva s Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar-
Night Call 1014.
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FOR WIIOOPJN0 COUGH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, 80
THROAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
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en sWM nd ihroi. Baking btttthiot ! IM
cM l coldf tootha! lh ( Ihrotl t)d slops) Qi
cvfh. Ufa) boon lo iufteff (rooi AitKma
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BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
' THE PONDDAIET. '
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Expert in Uason and Concrete Work.
Orders promotly executed and Deliv
ered. School street, near the bridge.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAB BETHEL
Dealers' in Furniture Mattresses,
to.'.' Eto. . All kinds of XOA and
Nuuann and .Hotel St on site of oU
MISSION fUSNITUBE Mad, If
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
DBY GOODS AND FTJB5ISHDJQ
GOODS ot EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO:
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new said
fresh from the Coast. ,
WAVERLEY BIX HOTEL ST.
WING ON .CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design 4 frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel. 0pp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
' 'Fort and Beretania Sts.
Beautifnl assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
BABY RIBBON ,' ,
SILK LISLE HOSIERY '
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets,
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J: ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel,
FADED CLOTHES J
Dyed by the F, Thomas Dying
Works, S. F.
J. Abadie, Prop,, AGENT,
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Most'morybodwanu to know why
Iho stocks should l)c dro) puis In price
when (hoscllInK price ol ran nugnr lit
tho, lilRhcU l( hH been iliis Jcnr, and
more than otit' llawalir.rt cargo li--renched
the market' In llnio lo pet tho
best ot the prevailing quotutlona.
First there la ho more reason for
what tho Honolulu stock market docs
idmctlih'es thati there Is In tlib atisner
to the query. Why Is a hent
Becrnjilly. the time appears to be ripe
when buqbcars are taken up strlousl)
and tho pcsslmtitlc reixirta are accept
ed with avidity.
Nothing has occurred to ch.tngo the
Situation so far ' as this Territory's
Main Industry Is concerned, excepl
that some ot the largo hotdern In sugar
properties are predicting n loner range
of stutar prices, ( although each day
there Is nn ndvnnce nnd a nearer ai
prpach to a level between tho Euro-
iviiii uiiii iuw mm iiiuiuiiuiin, l,UU'l
rci,uvuiij uiiii'n "iiicin nit; Hi'iui,
and those who have tho money to buy
are holding off until tho Increase ot
selling orders puts the stocks down
lbt bedrock or lower, when they will
bring their money out o( tho bank,
arid whllo tho little fellow Is standing
on the sidewalk with his moilth open,
make a good sited profit on the ad
kvrrjbody Ib talking beets nsalri,
nndjdf tho prospect that the European
chortago will not bVas large tu antic
ipated That Is what the Sugar Trust
circulars arc saying, bu among some
of the best known nuMlliuiators In
Wall street. It is h Vale to put their
money In directly, the opposite dlrcc
tlo'n from that recommended by Infer
ence !) the expressions In tho cir
culars issued by the "big ones."
Representative business men recent
ly returned from Europe report that
the beet shortage Is not so Very seri
ous but the Increase In consumption
has kept up, so whether you. flguro It
us a shortage or an Increase of con
sumption, the European source of sup
ply Is sufficiently small In Indicate a
continuation of higher prices.
Some people locally have suggested
that the sag In tho price of stocks Is
duo to ttio near approach of the tax
period, tf this be true It shows what
tremendous excuses can,' bo hatcrled
up to account for what cannot be ox
plained. Taxes should have no effect
whatever unless tho men with large
supplies of money wish to keep tho
coin out of the city pending the ap
proach of January It when they are
assessed on the amount of coin they
havo on hand. '
Tho stock market1 has slumped tthe
last week, and during tho latter part
of tho week there haa been consider
able activity at the lower prices. Ewa
has dropped to a sale of 30. Oahu has
rold In good sited lots at 31.75. The
Pioneer mystery still continues, somo
of tho stock selling through tho week
at 183, and the plantation Is said to
never havo keen In better condition.
Wnlalua Is pretty firm at 118, but the
hammers arc at work to put it to 116.
HawallaA Commercial Is hardly heard
of these da s, and the last salo was
six shares at 34. Just 'to keep every
thing on tho samo plane the cheaper
stocks hate been carried down but
with mighty few sales at the prices of
fered. In connection with tho chenper
stocks tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n this week pub
lished tho facts regarding tho water
And on icDryde plantation. It
amounts to this: further development
of a good well that sometimes went
talt has brought out a good sixod area
of "water rock'' that gives a million
gallons a day of tho purest water.
riils means a great deal to Mcllryde
as salt wak one ot It old dangers, aad
the new tunnel not only gives hotter
but more wator.
The reduction in tho price ot stocks
has occurred in tho faco of the nicest
array of dividend payments that has
favored the local market lu mini
years. All of Iho regulars havo becil
paid, and lu addition the Hawaiian
Commercial two per cent extra was
paid on the 13lh and Tirewer & Co. an
nouf.ced another of their three ior
cent specials paid on the Uth. It Is
Impossible that there should bo a lack
of money In the market.
Haiku and I'ata stockholders are
holding their meeting today to pass
oil the Increase ot the capital stock of
those properties. v Plans are set for
tho Halk'u stock to lie trebled', making
tho total 1, .'00 000 nnd I'nla doulilcjl
making It also $1,500,000. Tho' general
policy of stock Increase b regarded as
a ory serious matter, by many (who
hopo to soo a steady 'improvement In
IIIC cunuiliuii tu luuur in mu ii-rruui).
When cheap sugar ponies tho stock
holders will wnnt Just Is large dlvl
domls nnd II will bo up to" the nmnager
tu iluik'o good by getting cheap labor.
That' tlu danger of it u)l. Is now and
ever has been In nerj- Industry llidt
was o.er can led ort under thu corpora
tion us stem.
Sugar prices lia been splendidly
siibtulued. Heels w'eut to lit. Oil. or n
parity of 4.4? las Saint day, and has
dropped back gradually during the
week till It closed at lis. i J. on l"rl-
day. Centrifugals tliat lmo been rul
ing at 4.23S went to 4.30 on Monday
nnd remained ni that flguro long
enough to allow tho Tcxnn'ii cargo df
ll.ltiy tons to get In at that high price,
and pn Thursday went to 4 25 or $S5
per ton. Thin Is Just as good a price
as Hawaii could possibly ask, and the
fact that our present crop Is off should
hne no more effect than during pre
vlous 5 cars at tho same period.
Ileal Estate Is now striking afpace
that Is In kccjdhg with tho Assured
future of the city. The launching ul
tho Kalmuki I .and Company to handle
the suburban property of tho " dear
Lansing estate, reprcscnl's one of the
best organised roil estate mocnients
that has oer been put before the
local people. Tho management is In
charge ot Mr. Stanton, who has the
experience associated with successful
work In this line else w hero coupled
with several months silent quietly look
ing over tho local flcld to size up tho
situation and mako up his own mind at,
to what was the best proposition for
buyers. Thcso peoplo arc putting
some magnificent suburban property
on, the market In a section of tho city
that hasa perfect climate, and the
whole proposition is well backed finan
cially. All real estatols fairly active, thu
Hawaiian Kcally 'Company report (lur
ing tho week handling the sale of the
nelscr property on Kln'a'u street to .Mr.
Meyer of Waldnae. Inquiries aro gen
eral for homes, and building is nctlte
though unfortunately tho caip carrying
the skilled labor' to their work In the
morning carry a preponderance of Or
ientals. Honolulu Is bodnd to grow
nnd tho virtue of real cstato Is not
dimmed by tho fact that somo years
ago Honolulu overdid tho thing be
cause It thought that the fortifications
nnd forts'were to, bo put up at that
tlnio. Now iriey. aro actually going ti
and tho military dnd naval population
we know was coming Is beginning ti
get settled, that Is tho advance guard
In this connection, the Keleral gov
ernment Is contemplating nn I pibb
ably will soon take over the bench
property extending from tho present
fortification at Walklkl toward town
to thoJohn Ena road. Tho titno mn
even comb when tho property to the
Moan "Hotel will be taken by the
Government, but not Just yet.
Tho trust companies In America
have Increased from less than out
thousand In 1904 to fifteen hundred In
ltiOD. Resources' In tho same time
havo gone up .from thrco billions tq
$1,659,088,800.60, figures which ore elo
quent ot the usefulness of this new
form of banking. In Edward T
Pcrino's address before tho trust pom
pany section he said. In conclusion:
"Tho growth ot the trust companies
Unco 1904, enormous as regards the
older Institutions and substantial In
tho case of the newer ones, Is clearly
proven by tho summaries made 9!
each year's figures. With a volume
of wealth nearly nppruachlng 5 billions
ot dollars, the cntlro number of trust
companies aro approximately equal in
site to tho national banks of ten years
ago, the fact being that 3.583 national
banks rcporlod on Juno 30, 1899, tc
the comptroller ot the currency that
their total resources and liabilities
were 4 billions 708 millions, or only 99
millions of dollaro more than tho total
wealth of the trust companies of to
day. During fho )earB past tho per
centage of Increase In tho total ,ro
sources ot the national banks hat
been 42 per, cent, that of tho trust
comnanlcs 47 tier cent. Today the
deposits of thotrusl companies, ex
cluslvo of amounts due other banks
are a sum approximating 70 rer cent
of Iho same liability on tho part of
ihe.nallbnabitnks; white tho total re
KourccE ot the company's 1.490 trust
companies ale nearly 47 per cent o
those of the country 816,926 national
batiks. Jn this fact thcro is reason
Tor much congratulation thcro Is
caubo for every crlcouVagomcnt. May
thb growth and aboundldg success of
tiio trtlBt cbmiiartl'qs.cpntlniie In other
ears and alwajs!" Chicago Hank
or, September, 1901.
Entered for Record, October 14, 1909,
from 1030 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.,
Ce'cll lirnwu Tr to i-ols C. Nullum
, ,,..,..,........,...,, Re!
William Cunt adt k wf to II. tlncli
fcl'd (Jo l.W , IV
Annln M. Turner to Richard A.
bdoko, . ,,.,,,....,...,, PA
Mrs. Enilita Leal to Bank of Hawaii
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Eat of S, C. Allen by Trs to Eninn
J. MCII .........AM
0. N,, yilcox to Kauai Electric Co
,.I.jd . .., :.......,ARrm'
Entered for Accord, October 15, 1S09,
from 8:33 a. m. to 13:30 a, m.
W. lUnioto to T. Oln D B
Mabel W. Castto to Henry Water-
houso Tr. Co. Ltd ., IV
Lniinn Gtidolt A. huh to William
Havldito Tr ...,. ,....M
185 edltorsl rooms 25G bual
nest office, That ar the telephone
numbers of the1 tulieiin office.
11ffNVtVV l!ftNSWS' t
for Infants and Children.
Save the Babies.
INFANT MORTALITY ii something frightful. Wo can hardly realiM
that of all tho children born In clvlllred countries, twenty-two per cent., or
nearly ono-quarlor, dlo before they reach ono year; thirty-seven jxt ccnt,or
more than one-third, beforo they aro five, nnd ono-lialf beforo thoy aro fifteen t
We do not hcsltnto to say that a timely use of Castorla would sava a majority
of thceo precious lives. Neither do we hesitnto to say that many of thcsoinfoatlla
deaths aro occasioned by thd uso of narcotic preparations. Drois, tinctures and
toothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain mora or less opium, or
morphine. They are, In considerable quantities, deidly poisons. In any quantity,
Ihey stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestion, slcknesi, death. Cantoris,
operates exactly the reverse. It causes tlio blood to circulate properly, opens tho
pores of the skin and allays fc( cr.
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
MI an owd your Cutorls In cams of colic to
chlldna tail bt found II th b.t mnltclnt of IM
Idnd sa the -ukit." J, II. Siarus, M. D.,
"AaMdlrlstMTilitblo nd brorScltl for thll.
dran w yotir CMtorl U drpn v tbo htgtitit (irtlM.
I as4 It la tijwhfrt,"
3. 8. AtmSDin. It, I).,
u Xlsve tied your Cutorla on virions occutont
Is nluble cui sod biv f onod It a piliublc sq 1
ffflrltUdf, cfptcUllj In tbo varioat dUeuc
Cbaj. Kuwaad GARcivEn. M. D ,
In Use Fo r
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STHEET PHONE 295
Estimates (riven on all kinds of Drayinp;, Teaming, Boad Buildinft, ',
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St, Opp. W, G. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
transfer Co., Ltd.
Furiture and Piano Movi-u;.
STARS UNO STRIPES
Victoria (H. C), Oct. 10. The Unit
ed HtntOH IUik How tnda from the
United States Consulate upside down
with a Cnnadlan Hag llutterlm; above
it. Follow Im; a drunlten squabble, two
)nunR men climbed to tho roof of tho
consulato during tho night mid ran
Iho Cnnudlun flag abnvo tbo United
Rtatcs flag, which was reversed nnd
hoisted In that position. An Invest!
gatlon Into thu nlT.ilr will bo made to
morrow. When Uaby was BlcK. wo gavo hor
When she was a Child, sho cried foi
When she became Ittlss, sho clung to
When she hid Children, sho gave them
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
You can not find a larger and bet
ter assortment of gold-mounted
i I r -1
Than at our establishment
OUR PRICES ARE POPULAR
And goods are Guaranteed.
113 Hotel St., Honolulu.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Island, ,
Cor. WKT and KWf St.- .wi..i-..
Cutorla li soot for thlldtra and I frraorattr
prtKtlba It, anl alwal abtatn the dralrtd rvtolt.'
r, ailUtD UUTTSSS.M. I) ,
" I hate rmcrbrl Cadorla to fanllUt for Mrrral
j tun. it la all right. Motbi rt Uko It, for cldea
will uko It vltbsot any trouble."
C. A. Wiuo'f, si. n ,
" Tonr Cattorla la a t plendlj remedy for rbUdrra.
known tbo worM OTtr. t opo It In inj r-racUco and
have no be Itanry In reco-nmendlnj; It for tbo com
plaints of Infant! and cblldrrn."
J. A. Vouix, M. D ,
Ka 1 -ell;, 0.
Over 30 Years.1
If you went your freight delivered
from the wharf in a first-class man
ner and at the lowest price, consult J
Is Good '
J. HOPP & CO.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Cash will buy almost twice ai
much here as credit will elsewhere.
If you want Furniture, Bedding or
Woven Wire Mattresses it will pay
vou to trade at
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
J. S. Bailey. Cor. King and Alaltea,
The best in -,g
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR. !
Young Bldg. , Tel. 339,
1S5 editorial rooms 250butw
nees office. Theia aro the:teleekiM
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