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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. C, 1909.
.UL .. .'I IFJ.i JiJJL..kii .vHl.J , ;:
for Infanf and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on 'the part of physicians,
pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
vrith faults most gratifying. Tho extended uso of Castoria Is unquestionably tlie
result of three facts : 1st, The Indisputable evidence that It Is harmless j 3ad,
That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates the
food; 3rd, It Is an agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oil It Is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotlo and docs not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Baleman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This Is a good deal for a medical journal to nay. Our duty, howefcr, Is to expose
danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tho day or poisoning In no
cent children through greed or Ignoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria Is a remedy which produces composuro and health, by regulating tho
system not by stupefying It and our readers are entitled to tho Information.
BalT$ Journal of Health.
SW . -Yt .a." G&'Knntccs genuine
"Yoar Castoria atasds ftnt In Its elan, la tor
thirty Jttrt of precUos I can 1 Bern ban found
ssjtalng that so SlUd tb place."
WOUUt DSLKOMT, II. D.,
" I hart osst ymt CMtortt la ths cut of nj own
bsbr and and It ptewant to take, and hio obtained
excellent result from IUom." ' '
I. A. UrcBMAX, W. D.,
. Philadelphia, Pa.
" I tsk pleuora la recommending jcraf Caitorla,
caring racomnMnded Ita um In many lmunccs, and
coneldcr It ths beat laiaUr that coald be feed,
capsclaur for children.''
NAnumss. K. Kuts, St. D., St. Louis, Mo.
"I hjvo ued Jim Castoria and found It an
excellent rented In my household and prlrato
practice for man jears. The lonsalaUesceUe'uL"
n. . Tan, 11. D.,
"I find Tost Cutorla to be a Itandard farallr
remedy. It la the beet thing for Infants and chil
dren I hart tret known and I recommend It" '
' v B.' X. KikiIdsox, V. I)., .
" narlag daring ths put (It jresrs prescribed jmi
Clitoris for Infantile stomach dlaordera I noet
hcartU commend its nee. Tho formula contains
nothing deleterious to Us moat delicate of children."
t. D. Xuion, M. ., New York City,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use FoFOYer 30 Years. '
For Sale Everywhere
Milled frpm the hardest wheat grown
in the State of Oregon.
Lewis & Co,., Ltd.,
( Chas. J. Day, . -
And the other Leading -Grocers
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Hardly has one sensational advance
In the stock market worn away be for a
another surprise Ib sprung, and the
old Btager Who thought he knovf the
btock market Is fooled again.
Anyone predicting .six months qgo
that Onomca, would go to 67 frith ord
ers from San Francisco at that figure
would have boon called a, tool. It ho'
had attempted to borroy money at the
bank on that basis he npuld'liave'bccn,
laughed at! Yet Ononi'ea is' selling
icadlly at 67 and there 'fs good pros
pect that It will go' to sixty. As the
enters nro coming largely 'from San
Krnnclsco the gencrnl sentiment " Is
that tho men uii'thcro through H.'Knx-
on Bishop know more 'of what Is to
nappcn in unoinca man ine people
Other stocks have kept pace, with
tho "spirit of Onomca." The whole list
has strengthened, and the marl who
was waiting for the holiday slump In
order to get In at a low flguro is won
dering when Iho slump will come. In
deed tliero seems to be a goad chance
that the holiday period will be marked
by a season of activity very similar to"
that of the summer when tho Kx
ehango talked of taking a vacation
Stocks wcro so active about that time
that It was Impossible to take a vacn
Walalita directors announced an ex
tra tlhldcnd of one and three quartert
per cent pa able on the ISth of No
vetnber, making a total this month ol
two and one half per cent. This I in'
mediately sept the stock up to 121
where It Is llely to remain, or posslbl)
go higher l( the directors do as the
"street" and many of the stocholdcn
are Bald to de'slre, liicreale the reg
ula to one per cent a month.
Ewa Is strong n't 31, Oalpi sells nl
33, a very limited number of llawallar
Commercial shares hae gono nt 31
and Pioneer Is strong nt 183.
llouoknu Is selling at an advancing
figure on the prospect of a dividend
next year. McUrydo was strong nt .5(
on account of tho plans that nre ma
luring for IJio addition to the pumping
plant nt Walnlpa and tho Increase In
the water supply that Is heng devel
oped In Iho Hannpope vnllcy. Thh
ttock, lie oina, Is not being offered In
largo lots, but tho price continues tc
hold low because there are so many
keeking to get In on the ground floor
ond make a largo profit on the assured
ndvance In price during tho next
tnolvo months. Thero am plenty ol
buying orders In tho market for Olao
nt 6 00 which shows that the value of
tho stock Is sound enough. It Is onh
a matter of time when tho limit on the
buying orders for this stock and Mc-
iiryde win bo Increased.
Dividends through the week hav
been tho usual first of tho month pay
ments totaling $109,000. Tho extrz
and regular "of Walalua to bo 'paid o;
me nneeiun win amount t,o 117,30(
and a very largo Bhare of It is loca'llj
An Index of tho progress of tho trad
Ing tn stocks Is gien by the totals o
the month of October published .by tin
Stocks Exchango last Saturday. Olnr
leads tho whole list in tho number o
chares that changed hands, Iho t,ota
for tho month being 4480. McBrydi
camo next with 3W, Oahu third will
21C0 shares, Hawaiian Co'mmorcia
fourth with 178-t and Ewa fifth with
1221. Eight hundred and slxtynlnt
shares of Walalua changed hands a
prices varying from 119 to 116. Mr
Brydo ranged from 2 to am
Olaa from 471 to 54.
they nre to be had, and there Beems no
doubt 'of that. TIiopo already arrived
liave given general "satisfaction and ap
pear tn be contented. t
A gradual Influx of Hindus has been
noted by tho Oriental steamers, but
they are not yet comlng.ln large num
bers. Tho Filipino Immigration con
tinues and the peo'plolbrought hero are
proving generally- satisfactory. Japan
e'so aro taking up with tho new' con
tracts and with tho general run of
them, thero is a desire to work along
and not be Interfered with by the labor
' .W' .. w
Sugar prices have ruled very flrn1
through tho w'eo and every indlcatloi
points to a, continuance of the goo
prices. On November 1. n belated am
corrected quotation was received show
Ing that raws had been quoted at 4 3
klneo Oct. 28.' On November 3 tli
prlco dropped to 4.30 and ImsVenialnei
at that very comfortable figure. Becti
havo been ranging between lis. 9c
and lis. 6d., the higher quotation hclnF
Tho annual meeting of tho Hawallai
Sugar Planters' Association ulll I..
held on the ICtb, when tho harvestlm
of another record cr9p will bo'celobr'at
cd. Tho crop jlils.) ear wl(l total 535.
uu wiid un UBumsi ol,la in ItfUo
440,017 lu 1907 and 429,213 In 190C
Each year that tho tonuauo coos in
one hears that ''tho Islands havi
reached tho limit. Of con rue tho lu
crease tho past year has not been orj
large, and therefore siiKgestK that lb
limit may bo practically reached with
lu n marglu of fifteen or twenty thou
sand toni. Somo of tho plantation
will Inci'enso tholr nroa this )er, l:i
being on this list.
Labor Will nrobablr bo Um mat .
rious topic of the planters' meetlnr
and us usual the discussions on till
(oplc will not bo "public.
I.'abor condlllnns nre of cours.
ehaiied by the tide of Immigration. II;
tho mt oiitgnliig Siberia A. h, (J. At
kliison will pinbablrmakn nnolhor Irli
ito Harbin to'Vecuro Yiiorp Hiisslnns II
Maior Denny, general quartermaster
of tho U. S. Marine Corps, has aroused
new Interest In the work nt Pearl Har-
uor oy anriovnciug ina me. worK on
(he construction of (ha Marine Bar
rncs at Pearl Harbor naval station
will begin by tho firstef March, auc'l
when theso barracks are completed a
force of nt least three thousand men
will be st&iioncd thc.re
This Is all a part of the new growth
that will mako Honolulu a great city,
anil present a lot of new problems for
the peopleas well as advance tho price
of real crtnte and make general busi
Real cstato whllo not exceptionally
active from a speculative point of view
Is cry active' when judged by tho
Jtandarrts of previous years. Generally
speaKing me ot'inanu. is lor small
homes. Ono of the real estate men
sniil this week that soon some ono
would see thai money (Whs to be made
In building houses for sale at price's
ranging from two tn three thousand
dollars.' " -"" ","i -
Suburban real estate' Is molng well.
The largest proposition on tho. market
Is of course that of the Ksilinukl )mil
Company. l(s work Is, progressing fav
orably, but the corflpuny. has to do
much Improvement work in la) Ing out
ind building streets before It will feel
that It is In Just tho position ,lln ants
to be In Its 'offerings fa (he people.
Dut even now tho Inquiries and busi
ness done nro very encouraging.
Telephone conferences and agree
ments havo boenundcr way during tho
week with no Immediate head
way made, except, to moro
fully (ulorni n commltteo of
merchants on the situation. Ac
xirdliig to (ho vjeof, some, the tele
phono'corrpany Is nskliic moro than It
.hould and tn'oro than It could possibly
gain under "any franchise that would
be approved b'y Congress If granted at
his time, 'it Is now proposed for iho
merchants to act as arbitrators, but
no ono knows whether the' telephone
company will do anything but walk
hrough tho streets at Its own sweet
will after the Judgment of tho volun
teer arbitration board is announced.
People who look Into the thing feel
(hat the so-called pigheaded Supcrvls-
irs aro not such fools as ono might bo
ifd to think. Tho telephone company
'tas a franchlso of wonderful worth,
ind the city nccordlngto tho present
lay-out, gets practically nothing for
.he use of 1(8 streets, and must even
sk tho telephone company 'for priv
ileges. The special session of tho Legisla
ture has met, and u'nless the unoxpect
'd happens will have adjourned befpro
his reaches Bulletin readers. The
Organic Act amendment bill as pro
posed by tho Governor was Passed
inanlmously with a slight amendment
nado to allow tho Territorial govern
Tient to float bonds for the assistance
if homesteaders In building their
homes ajfd 'gcttjng established.
Tho record of the Legislature Is
most gratifying. Of courso (hero' wcro
ome threatened clashes but on tho
ihole, tho fission went through w(h
cmarkablo "ease," nnd is a credit not
inly to the legislators and tho'docrn
ir but to the Delegate who gave his
iiarantco to the leaders that the Leg
slaturo would do Its work nnd do It
No general legislation has been
lassed, although member's of the Son
ne evidently would have Ifotherwlse.
i no nouse sioou nrni ror taking up no
ithcr business than that proposed 'lu
In. flmm...r...'i. . .......
Ono of 11(0 ?ry Imporlaiit matteis
passed was n resolution, against tho
icthlttes of tho Anti-Saloon Loague
ind Hb repfcsentatlvo, John O. Wool
ley, now In Washington tP.'SOCnreiKed
eral legislation placing Hawaii under
the prohibition law,
Nov. 1 No. 240: O. E. Wall, l-s(ory
building, on, Iinsslnger Btreetj S. K.
Ak plumber, h
Nov, 1247: Bolsao 1-story w7ood
lwclllng on Puiinul and'Wyllo streets.
eo Sing Keo plumber,
Nov. 2248: City nnd County of Ho
'lolulu, 1 wood club 'houso, old Ma
'tiki baseball park; K. W. Quinn plum
'ier. Nov. 3219: K. M. Henry, 2 story
ood buildings, Hole) near Kort:
'ong I.ul Co. plumber.
N'ov. 3250: J. M. Itlggs, 1 q.i.
dwelling, Lunnlllo nnd Kenalo streets;
Good Clothes Make
There is a reason be
hind the growth of our
business, which sum
med up, simply means,
with the purchase of
the Suit, and lasts
through the long wear
of the garments. But
to guard against mis
takes, we say and
give "Money back to
the customer who
This Classy Suit, $20
1 116 KA Jll ty Liu.? corner Fqrt pnd Hotel Streets
I (ibuHHIaBr sflTEftl Ja?l aUlVtllkWll
Furniture, Floors and
Woodwork, look like
AfiVBObY CAN APPLY IT.
Removes all scratches and other
mark of wear and tear arid
gives 'new life and lustre to
aaythlns made of wood.
For New or Old Floors
I It Is the best Finish on the
, Made In 8 colors and Clear to J
V A.ft. .ff 1,1. Am mm -.m.Am 9
BSatva mu aiaua ui irww
FOR SALE BY '
TH0. H. DAVIE3 & CO.,
Jiio. Mattos plumber.
Nov.' 3 231: J. Cassldy, 2 framo
furnishing rooms, Knn-maknl sldo of
Kalla bridge; Cheo Hooii Keo plumb
Nov. 4 2.2 : Llzzlo Leo Tong, 1
wood duelling, Ilerclnnin street near
Aala la'no; Yeo Slug Koo, plumber.
Nov. 1253: A. It. Cliirrcy, 2 photo
galleries, corner Hotel 'street; Ochr
Ing & Ilutzkc, plumbers.
Nov. 4201: lnc. Com. Adertlser,
2 prlek nlllees, King street; K. V.
Nov. 1213: l'rnnk Andrade, 1 wood
building, Jones street; K. Okl plumb
Nov. 1 Yokodn, King street, slzo
29x!.r, root mnteiinl, shingles.
And the Man
OP?0HTUNITY is taid to knock but once.
- ... This may be yonr chance to raise from a humdrum "4oK
lar-a-day" existence to a nosition where your talcnls, properly
trained, will receive recognition and reward. x
It is for you to say NOW whether you will take full advantage of
the opportunity thus offered wheher you will remain in the "down-and-out"
class or rise to a oosition that will bring you happiness in
your working days and comfort in your old age. Be a rolling stone.
Who wants to gather moss! Take the first step today this very min
ute by selecting your occupation, marking it on the attichedTcoupon
and mailing the coupon. ' ,
This is Opportunity are you the man?
JstorQlflNll CorrilBNINCt Schlfll. sW.rvt
Agtncy for Hawaiian Islands .. ..931 Fort St., Honolulu V
JFtwSJiwJSui ftjauga && ViA
.itfsr ft Cnlkwi k
tll Batae I
B. lAWBBJCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, r-
nvca irom uauana, u n., ana ne u now empiorea oy j. .
SILVA. Mr. Kent ii ai experienced man in this Una of
business, and at a uraoical embalmer hat liad 16 Tean1 tv-
perience. Mr. L. H, Kent and lit. M. E. Silva are now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mr.' Kent ii alto a lady un
dertaker an,d will 'care for 'the female cases, which' ii rant needed' la
our community.' She" wiirarrive' here within six weeks' time. " "
ML E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St. Phone 170. Night Call 1014,
N. Otsukn, foriupr nib manager of
Iho local branch of Ibo Yokohama
Spedo rtilik, parboil IIhoiirIi lcro on
thu Mancbuila, ulilch nrrUeil from tho
Hull a biauili o( tlo hank lu Chlju, )
"'n ii iiirgu uumier in jupaueso
coolies aro working 1 ntbo mines there.
liming Mis short stuy Iipio Mr, Otsuka,
was mo guosi oi Air, iOKieua, uiauuger
of tho bank Ucro. ,
Men's Shirt Sale
As a special inducement to shirt buyers we have made
the following reductions' in price":
$0,50 kind now . $0.25 po
0.60 kind now 0.30 do
0.75 kind now 0.50 po
1,00 kind now 0.75 po
1.25 kind now , 0.90 po
,76 kind how 1,25 po
' i '. i'jWha:
' "" ' Nuuanu Street " ' "-"