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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1909.
for Infanta and Children.
Save the Babies,
XrASiT MORTALITY h somollilnjr frightful. Wo can hardly reallw
that of all the children born In civil Ircil countries, twenty-two ncrcrnt.. or
nearly one-quarter, dlo beforo tlioy reach ono jcarj thirty-seven per cent., or
more thun one-third, beforo they uro flvo, nnd one-halt beforo they are fifteen I
Wn do not liesltito to say that a timely use of Castoria, would save a majority
of these precious lives. Neither do we heSTtato tosny that many of theio Infantile
deaths are occasioned by tho use of narcotio preparations. Drop"), tinctures and
Eootlilng syrups Bold for children's complaints contain mora or less opium, or
morphine. They arc, In conUdernblo quantities, deadly polsoni. In nny quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation und lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly tho reverse. It causes thu blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores ol ma Bicin and allays icver.
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
' "I kite duiI jour CMtorlt in eatei of colic In
chlldreu Q'l bate round It tho tatt nirdlclne of lu
klud on IL. uukcL" J. K. Bmraoif, 11. 1).,
"Atnnllctootnvaliialla iml bcntflilil for clill
drvu a your Cantcrta It d.f rus Ibo blslieit praUe.
1 find It la uh turvwhero."
J. B. AMUftlicn, II I),,
''Iltro vmd font Cailurla on Tirlmn orrutoni
liiaultatilcramaaittl have found It a palalaMo and
trurUiiilBiftthtf,icUll7 In tb various illaeaava
of iblldlioi.1 "
I Cuai. Kiiwavu GAnoiNEn, St, D,
' Brooklyn, N. T.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
An Oriental Gift
Is valued for its uniqueness as much as a tnken of re
membrance. The showing of c cods here were imported in view of
the demand 'for unique and valuable CHINESE GOODS for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Yo uare invited to inspect the goods
wing wo m & co.,
841 Nuuanu St.
And the Man
f PrORTUNITY is snid to knock but once.
- This may be your chance to raise from a humdrum "dol-
Iar-aday" existence to a position wheie your talents, properly
tiainecl. will receive recognition and reward.
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 position 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, maiking it on the attached coupon
rind mailing the coupon.
This is Opportunity arc you the man?
. JuilirNlIOBil CoTewondwot
v. Agency (or Hawaiian Iiland
ft M tipL.LT, VlthOQl fiwlaMfWlf-trOa M BIT MrC
i T I fn itAlif f fur If pe-fUtn teivr wlkb I (
Do You Travel?
Wc can interest jou if you do, as wc have just re
ceived a bie shipment of BAGS, SUITCASES & TRUNKS.
Goods are priced so you can nffoid extra quality
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel
" Caatorla fa kk1 fnf cblluren and I frronentlr
preterit It, snd atvraja obuln tin drdred retult."
V, Qhuld llurrssn, M. I) ,
Buffalo, N. Y.
' I lurt pmcrlbnl Caitoda to faaollltt for nnnl
ynti. It li ill rlitbu Motticra liko It, for cblldrcn
will laka It without ur trouble."
C. A. Wiliox, M. I).,
L Louie, Mo.
" Your Caitorla l tploudlj remedy for children,
known Mm world over. I him It In my racl'ia and
have no hffliaricjr In rcrommcndlbg It for tha com.
plalutt of lofabta aud cu'ldroi.
J. A. UoiMix, M. I).,
Kauaas City, Mo.
School!,. . i.l
031 Fort St.f Honolulu
4unl ) m rtl r
laaUU Mill .
llrll I -atlHTtr
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES I
Honolulu Blocks ran suBtnln n
Lull market for nbout ten ilns,
judged by the rocnnl of the enr.
The week Just iinst iiinrKed the
done of one of the liveliest flurries
Mid one of the most uiicxnottcd of
the season. At u time when firok-j
tin nun uivvBiorH were pinnniiiK in
all for thosu carrylnj; toclH mi
innrKlliS Jo net tired or frightened
n renmrltnulu upward moveini'tit
xtarteil under the Influence of Snu
I'riuiclsco huylng ontiTH nnd wuh
Kept up for about tan dnn. Then
fhe trading dropped off as sudden
I) nH It had begun, and the week
tnds with nil tho atmosphere of a
dull market, despite thu fart that
tho quotations for heels In the last
two days hate reached ucord figures,
tho parity going to 4.00
Oiiomen, the stock In which tho
largest amount of trading has been
done, sold on thu lloaid l'rlilny
forenoon at uO.Ro, lluwallan Coin
mcrclnl lids comu out In goud-slzcd
lots and is readily takon up at 34.75.
This plantation lum begun to griull
its r.r.,000 ton crop, being thu II rut
property In tho Tenltory to stmt
on the 1910 crop. Watulua has
sold at 121 in small lots aud Is
likely to hold Its strength even after
the pamout of thu two nnd one
half per ccut dividend on the 13th.
Oahii sold In large blocks at 33 t'.ie
mlddln of tho week nnd then sagged
off to 32.C2 1-2 on Friday. Kwa
at thu same time dropped to thirty
and a fraction In Hmputhy with
the tendency of thu market. Ilono
lean Is tiultu n iiopulnr stock, sell
ing at a fraction abovu par on thu
piospect of tho announcement of
tho dividend policy for thu coming
H'nr. San I'rnnclico Is doing u
gend business in l'aauhau, but Ho
nolulu has not caught on yet.
Hutchinson hns dropped off to
eighteen and u frnctlon for no par
ticular reason. Considerable trad
ing hns been done In Mcllrydc at
4. CO based on tho dcelopment plans
of thu plantation now under way.
Olan is In demand at tj.fil), but none
Is coming- out.
Sugar prices huve kept up tho
ttctidy advance. Haws )idvauccl
from 4.30 to 4.30 nnd have held
strong at that (Iguro. Meanwhile
the quotation for beets has jumped
fiom Its fid , which hns been the
average limit of advance for tho
season, to 12s, 12s 3d and 12s
4 l-2d with a rapidity that ought
to bo startling, but apparently hns
no effect on Honolulu bujers und
sellers after u week of high prices.
Many feel that tho advance Is large
ly the result of speculation, but
the fact still remains that tho re
turns fiom tho beet crop must bo
much less satisfactory than was ex
letted because the speculation could
lot continue as It has In the midst
r the beet grinding nelson without
wry good support. Coupled wltn
the shortage of the crop, the sugur
i (intent of tho beets must bo less
than expected. Theio Is much In
tho present situation to suggest a
possible roturn to thu jenr when
law sugar reached live cents, This
uigar men ardently hope will not
happen. Tho price may hold hlgli
'or two or three months, hut it
would so stlmuhito planting uf beets
that thu prtie would go down with
n rush during tho early spring.
The moit Important local hap
pening on .tho boards is the annual
meeting of thol'lanters' Associa
tion to be held Monday. Asldo
from the recording of another
bumper crop, the principal matter
beforo tho association will bo labor,
nnd that will not bo discussed In
public. Generally speaking, labor
conditions nro good. There Is not
n surplus, but thu new avenues of
supply that hnvo been opened up
l.re such as to prevent nny serious
crisis, or at least will put tho plan
tations in n much more ftivorahlu
position than they have previously
been If a contest on tho labor ques
tion should be forced.
Japanuso are on hand with resolu
tions regarding tho wago question und
It Is apparent that something In tho
way of a new wngo policy Is expected
by them. Tho planters however hnvo
given out nothlug to Indicate that they
will do an thing moro than glvu every
workman every oppoituulty to muku
good under tho profit-sharing contract
Ono of the results of tho now lights
shed trpoa the labor situation by re
cent experiences has been thu leallza
Hon that tho Hawaiian can work ami
Is willing to work. In order that thu
native population shall havu nmplu
opportunity to make good the Wula
line plantation Is now constructing
houses ami will omploy Huwulhtnn
with families on the same basis iw thu
Portuguese tmmlgiauls. Quite a num
ber of applications havu bceu received
aud It Is ballovu'l that theio will ou i.
moid general icturii of thu oltlbuii
workman to the plantation home.
Qeucrul business In tho city of Hu-
tiolulu has uever been better and
ninny rooort uuver so good ns during
the llrst two weeks of November All
the wholesale houses report large ad
anco orders for holiday goods and
the only difficulty they pievt U In tho
steamship lines being behind ichedule
on their delivery. Tho retail mi-r
Lhnnts hno conducted sales that have
been well attended mid thu having In
illcated Hint tho penplo hnvo money.
(leoigo W. Smith of tho Merchants'
Association has called the iitlintloii
of his. associates to tho need for tho
merchants of Fort Btrect to change
their business hours, especially as re
gards tho evening business. Ills oh
hcrvntlons nto that tho soldier popula
Hon comes Into Iiiii In Hie evening
and tin- Oriental stores being tho mil)
ones open, they do most of their trad
lug theie. Much truth Is contained In
this comment and It Is certain that the
merchants must change their tactics
to meet the times If they would keep
up their cud In matters of trade
Thu first shipment of Hawaii's to
bacco crop is to go to thu market by
tho l.urlliic, It amounts to about five
Ions and lupn-sents threo gr.iles of to
bacco. I'hlljp l'eck, tho seen 1-iry of
the tobacco company, will go east with
thu first shipment.
Cables from Washington regarding
tho policy adopted by tho Government
as icgnrds the naval stations of the
Pacific nro of thu utmost Importance
to Honolulu, although not n particular
Miiprlso. Thu plan adopted nnd up
I'lnved by thu President makes l'earl
Harbor the great naval base of Amer
ica In tho 1'nclllc. Manila and Uloug
npo are Incidental. All n.ival iiiera
lions will bo carried on from thu l'enrl
Harbor bnsu. This means of course
that l'enrl Harbor will bo a permanent
temlexvous of thu naval ships In the
Pacific anil tho construction ami re
pair shops will ho developed according
to tho best aud most modem standards
and vvhllo giving our ships thu haven
they need In the center of tho Pacific
nlso glvu Honolulu a population that It
so much desires.
City Supei visors have practically re
ceded from their contest on tho use of
thu streets by tho telnhon company
and turned tho whole business over to
the 8uperlntendentpf Public Works.
.in huh tunciui ncis unuer inu Direc
tion of tho Governor and the Govern
or approved tho changes In tho tele
phono company's privileges ,us given
In tho corporation charter, it means
that tho telephone, company will do
Just about as It pleases with Honolulu
streets. As tho present owners of thu
company uro local puuplu, there Is not
likely to bo nny great Injury done, but
ns tho charter has twenty-seven jenrs
to run and Is curtain to becomu at.
tractlvu to outsiders, the chances arc-
very good that Honolulu will before
thu tvveiity-soven je-irs havo elapsed
find Itself In thu bunds of a telephone
trust that practically owns tho streets
end pcnnllres the city for using Its
Progress of thu cltv Is shown In the
plan of thu Kanht Ti.inslt to double
track King street through thu business
center of thu town from l.lllha street
to Punchbowl. Pcoplo In thu suburban
districts liko Kulmukl and Colleau
Hills believe that tho piogiess of thu
town should also result In giving them
u ten minute service from thu Itapliv
Tiauslt. Their position Is a strong
one if tho Itapld Traurll management
Intends to foster thu good will of thu
Ileal Kstntu Is fulrly actlvo so far
irs city property for homes Is con
cerncd. llulldtngs uiu going up stead
ily nnd thu man who wants to estab
lish a home finds lliat thu men of
money will glvu him veiy good terms.
Salu of suburban lots continues. The
Kulmukl Land Company has tho only
largo pioject under way, and whllu I
is making snmu iiales aud receiving
many Inquiries, thu management Is
devoting Its attention pilncjpalty to
thu development plans, lnjlng stteets
uud putting thu lots In shape.
It Is tuported that a Japanese syn
dicate" will inter tho Held and put up
bouses for rent nml salu. If this bo
Into It shows wherein tho Japaneso of
comparatively small means have more
foresight than tiiu capitalists of much
vnuntel brain powor nml financial
courage. Tho Litter evidently bullevo
that they hnvo n surer thing In thu
clocks and bonds, Kven now, not fifty
per cunt of tho people of thu city real
lzc what a great center Honolulu must
coilaluly become In a very fuw yuars.
Theio Is tnlk In financial circles that
thu deal for merging thu Hank of Ha
waii nnd tho I'll at National Hunk will
lot he can led thiough According to
all accounts homo rather vlguioim op
position Is developing uin-iii,' lullueii
tial members of tho Hank of Huwull.
This Is fostoied by a community ten.
timcut against contolldalluiu and pai
tlcuhirly of two such vlgorout con
cuius us theco two banks. Thu Hank
of Hawaii stockholder havu not met
Have You Seen Our
You'll see here this winter the best
Suits we have ever shown, and we are
really ambitious to show them to you
and justify, with the goods themselves,
our claim of giving you the best values
in clever clothes.
We will feature a $20 suit that in many
ways is a remarkable value aside from
the style feature which may be found
in other suits of near price.
These Suits have character of tailoring that has never
costing less than $25'.oo.
THE KASH CO.c, LTD.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
yet, allhuiigh It Is reported that thu
directors of that Institution avo act
ed In a way that should bu teruie I fav
orable. As u matter of fact ih feel
ing engendered by thu general discus
sion Is that Hank of Hawaii numbers
do not want tho community fuel
that it needs to bu absorbed b any
one or anything. Sentiment llgurus In
thu situation moru or less If outside
Indications count for an) thing. So fur
nB the public is concerned, it wonders
why tho thing wns. over talked tf
nnywny, but presumes' that the dliect
ors of tho two corporations nru con
ducting their business In the manner
(hat will ho best for thu Intetestu of
their respective stockholders.
There Is every Indication that thu
Oceanic lino will convert thu Sierra
Into an oil burner und put her on the
Honolulu run whllu the Alameda s
lad mi for n cener.il overbading. If
thu Sierra Is unco put on the loe.il run
she will never bu replaced by a smaller
V.. I). Tenney, manager of Castle &
Cooku, nrilved by thu steamer I. or
Hue this week. He Is it very Import
ant factor in Ihu affairs of thu Mali on
Navigation Company. Speaking pf
Ihu local desire to havu thu Matson
people Immediately order u. duplicat
or thu Wllhelmlnu, hu says that so lac
as ho Is concerned ho wants thu first
VYIlhclmlim tried out befoiu another
Is ordered. Hu believes thu Wilhel
mlna to bu Just thu boat to suit the
local public und tfiu local conditions,
but no one can tell till shu Is put on
tho run and tried out. Thcrtmay bu
tome serious defect In the boat that
no ono could foresee, und If a new
boat Is built thu owners want to dup
licate Ihu perfections only. This Is n
conservative and businesslike way
of looking at thu mutter, uud every onu
knows what a mistake Ihu Oceanic
Company made by ordering time
t hips "right off tho reel." If tho com
pany had moved a llttlu moru slowly
mid suiuly, the results would have
been belter fur thu company ami Un
people of Hawaii who uru Its patrons
Oct. 51'. C, Advoitlser, oiilcu. King
Oct, 0 I'. Andrade, resldenco, Jones
und Parker streets.
Oct. S J V. Harvey, dwelling, 1323
Tort si. O, II. & I.. Co, loom, King st
Oct ID Koci Kim, dwelling lllshop
lane. Baku Hunt.ira, dwelling, King
street. Chlldreus' llocpltul, Kvvn Bldu
Kuuklnl load, J, Aires, dwelling, 'Jill
Oct, 12 l.um Chung Shu. stnro und
tenement, Nuuanu ami Kukul sts
C, Williams, dwelling, Klnuu street,
Havvn. Hugur Planters, hoiuo, Jluno.i
Vokomlgo, I'uuoa road, laundiy
All Till YiU'il, Puutiul, cottuge
lluiukawa, Heietauhi nuur Anlu,
i-'ukushliua, Heictunlu St., doctor
Mlyata & Co., cor, Illvur and Pun
alii Btu., store 150.00.
For men, women anil children,
with monogram. Triccil from $2.00
up to $20.00.
For ladies nnd gentlemen, 14
karat solid gold. Priced from
All Holiday goods on display in a
M. R. Counter,
1142 Fort St.
WING CHONG CO !
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc, Etc All kinds of K0A na 1
MISSION FURNIXUHE iUde T
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURN1SH1N0
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh fiom the Coast.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel.'Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Chasi R. Frazior
i?bone 371. 122 King St.
Mutuil Tel Co., Adams lauu cillko
W. Ahln, Walkabiilnlii, dvvelllng
f 1 50.(10.
C K. Al, cor Hotel and ltlvcr sts.
Miss Tower's mllllneiy parlor next
week will bo thu Mecca for women
who udmlio beautiful plclurn huts.
Thu ones on display uro well woith n
visit whether jou wish to buy or not.
lecn put in garments
! tEYSTONE.Er.GIN WATCHE3
At All Watchdealen.
Agent ftr Hawaiian Islands,
or. FORT and KINO Sts.. UoRnlnU.
That will mako attractivo Holiday
gifts arc on display here.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Holiday nnd Friday nights at
J;30 o'clock. Kilohaim Art League,
imler the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furutshej by Otto
3unr.cstcr at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
Xing- St. Telephone Store 201.
llcceived ex Alameda a New Ship
-ent of Latest Styl-s iu
1028 NUUANU ST.
Corner Union and Beretanin Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.i Sat
inlays excepted. Operating, 8-12
i. m., I'-G p. m.
The best in
HOSES, CARNATIONS and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR. .
foung Bldg. Tel. 339.
3itmbno Furniture Wide to Ordtr.
Mure Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA T,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ksA
.Jew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
irant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Ceases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for th
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
Delivered to residences
nd offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DAFlNHART,
133 Merchant St.
tho ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
1 H. CT
, , , PHONE 557
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