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BOTH LIVE AND FHOZEN V
not tomorrow IS the
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time to think about
-getting that turkey for Thanjcgiving Day.
The supply this year ia limited. You Will
be certain of, getting your choice if you
order now. .
Sweet Violet Table Butter
Made from the purest Pasteurized Cream
is as delicious as it is pure. Guaranteed to
give you unqualified, satisfaction.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Between llic meeting of the. Blant'icr & Co... returned Saturday last from
era, (he cnlllntt off of the bin' mcrg-" hl ,rl'' ,n ,ho Coa,,, ,,,,rln ?MeH he
er niiJ the flurry'-ld'McDrjr'teiWa re
cult of the contemplated'' change of
rgtncy, the week ban bectva very nc
live one In business circles.
KING STREET, HONOLULU
Built in the Modern Way
This'is the age of reinforced concrete, and the KAHN
8YSTEMjf reinforcing has been the greatest factor in
perfecting reinforced concrete building.
We have taken, the agency for the" TRUSSED CON'
CRETE STEEL CO., patentee and manjecturers under
the Kahn System. If1.. .,).. J , A
We carry in stock all the neceitary material! for the
KAHN SYSTEM in reinforced concrete construction, in- ,
eluding the (following: la. il
' HY-RIB, RIB-LATH. KAHN TRUSSED BAR, CUP
BAR, CHEMICAL PRODUCTS' for CONCRETE, etc.
Inquiries and correspondence solicited. Circulars and
J nt what tho planters have donn
la hard to My. The principal topic of
their meeting; waa discussed behind
closed doom, but from the prolonged
sessions and the Inability of the agents
find managers, And, alnce then the
cgents alone, to reach a' conclusion on
tho labor question. It la fair to bellovo
that the session of-1909 baa been qullo
memorable. The argument appears to
be one of method by which the chang
ing conditions In the labor
shall be met. Borne apparently bellovo
In actlbtT no to' tfnt every class of
labor on a definite rata that will hi
general throughout the Islands and let
tl(e man who does his work best get
tho Job. Olhers want' to wait' a while
and' develop, more' slowly, taking enro
to vigorously extend the contract prof
it rharlng system ttieauwliltp. The!
manager! talked a day on It and'eame
to nqv conclusion. The agnts talked
two days. It' la a largo topic and has
to bo thoroughly cattvaased.
Election of pIQcera resulted1 In nam
ing Wm. d. Irwin to. the presidency of
the association with Wm.' Pfotenhauer
of Hackfeld ' Co. da Vlco-Prcsldent.
The probabllltlca aro. that Mr. Irwin
will resign and Mr, Pfotenhauer will
be tho president this year with E. D.
Tenoey of Castle & Cooke as tho vice
president, W. O. Smith waa elected
recretary and (leorga Robertson aud
itor as usual. 1,. J: Warren waa names
as assistant secretary, succeeding Boy
at D, Mead, who haa taken charge i-f
the labor bureau of the organliatloni
Blocks have boen 'strong and dur
ing1 the lasUor'tlle week very active.
McDryde has been tho feature of the
trading" since Wedrioaday. When rum
or were abroad' that-the re1 wus "some'
thlng'dbtng'' In that' plantation both' an
regards Its water supply and tho iws
slblo chango of agency. Slock that
had gone begging fbr weeks ajt.jO wik
snapped up quicxiy uiki oetore mo nay
was over bids were being made at 6.
Under the influence'of the Information
that there was a possibility of Alex
ander ft Baldwin taktn&'tlnfMency of
the plantation, the stocVJunrned&'O;
was won being taken up Friday after'
noon at 6.50, having advanced two
dollars a abaro In three days, and otcr
flvo thousand shares having channed
Hawaiian Commercial U very strong
at SS and a fraction. As the crop Is
taken off and prospects develop It will
probably go higher. Walaua dropped
oft between three and four dollars a
share' after tbe dividend waa paid, but
less than one hundred shares were sold
ut 117 and tl8J some-one evidently be
lieving that the stock would drop back
on account of the pronpectlvo dividend
'jclng only threo-fourths of one per
cent a month, After these Bales the
stock hns quickly recovered on ac
count of tbe excellent showing of Hit
property nnd'at'tbe end of the weei
120 Is being bid with no sellers.
Olaa advanced to-$C In sympathy
with tho McDryde movement and the
popular belief In the opportunity to
make money on the ''"cheap stocks."
Oahu la strong at 3.75. Quite a lot of
Ewa came out Friday a: Jl.&O. rMoneer
has advanced to 106. Honokaa has
been selling throuch tha week ai-2f)
Tbe flurry In Onomea seems lu have!
sagged on for a time and the stock Li
held at GO with no bidders.
After thinking It over the d'recto,.
of the Bank of Hawaii defined tint
they do not earn to carry out the mer
ger proposed with the First National
IJank. Just what Influence brought
this about Is not generally known, but
the general supposition Is that the pub
lic generally, did not look with favor
on too much merging of Interests and
the clients of the bank argued against
It. Also there was among some of iho
Dank of Hawaii people, a sentiment
about morglng an Institution that they
had started and brought to a vigorous
condition. Bo far aa the First Nation
al Is concerned, tho final decision of
tho Bank of Hawaii people Is entirely
satisfactory as It waa not on their In
itiative that tho propoaltlon was
brought to the front! Whether Justi
fied or not the fueling was general that
If this merger took itlace another bank
would b started In) the comparatively
uear future, on account of tho expand
ing Interests ootids city and tbe Ter
President Damon in bis annual re
port to tho nlantera' nmuvlntlnn niu
- considerable spaco to the Immigration
question, and that Is a matter uppermost-In
the minds of all. On the out
going 81beria A. U C. Atkinson, repre
senting the .Board of luuulgratiou,
tailed ou a secoud trip to Harbin to so
cure more Huaslau Immigrants. Tbe
first lot appears entirely satisfactory
and satisfied. ,
B. Faxon UUhop, president of Drew.
brought about tho merger of Brewer
and Irwin Interests. Mr. Bishop, Van
Interview with the II it I let In, stated
that tho Brewci people havp, taken
ever all the Irwin agenclM, Including
Hutchinson. Thoy will also handle the
local nffulrs of Iho Oceanic Steamship
Wm. Pfntenhauer. manage of Hack
feld ft Co., arrived recently from a
vacation. trip to hla home In Dermany,
lak of continued fair prices for
riigar during the coming season. Cuba
will of courso have a large crop. Kn
roiio's crop la not so short as some had
i.uppoaed but- tbe consumption haa lu-
market Lcrcasedi and that Is to the same effect
so far as tho'aivanclng prlco Is con
cerned. Mr. Pfotenhauer blevesthat
there is a great amount of speculation
going on In Europe. ,
Oovernor Frear left' this week for
one of his regular trip to, Washing
ton. The main purposo of. hjs.trlp s
supposed to be tho'cxplanatlon to' the
executive departments of the proposed
changos In tho Organic Act, Just as
he was leaving, the Intended resigna
tion of Associate Juetlcc Wilder was
announced through tbe Bulletin,
and It goes without saying that thla Im
portant office will be discussed. It 'is
also Indicated that the Governor has
not yet got off hi coastwlia-ahlpplng-law-suspension
hobby and will do his
utmost to convert tbe President tq the
Idea of withdrawing, this protection
now given American!, shipping.
One of the signs of' the tlma In'tb
development of Pearl Harbor has been
the anneal of Senator McCarthy fbr tha
'establishment of a public school at
Watcrtown, the headquarters nf the
workmeri at Pearl Harbor.
' Material for the extension of th'n
Ttapld Transit to Penrl Harbor has
arrived, but It Is being' stored on ac
count of delays .In construction forced
by certain rulings In Washington that
seemed unuaual and were Indeed unexpected.
Ileal Estate has boon fairly active.
The Kalmuki Land Company has let
tho contract to Mr. McDougall for the
construction of the streets and clear
ing the lots of the great Kalmuki tract.
This work will be rushed.
Tho largest sale of real estate In the
business section Is that held by Cecil
Brown, administrator of the Peacock
estate, this noon.
Demand for homos Is Increasing.
Thli paper announced this week the
departure of P. Peck for the northwest
to make connections for the establish
ment of tho Hawaii lumber mill, that
epears to be a Jaianese enterprise.
Just what these people Intend to do Is
not known, but someone will soon be
making money putting up houses for
rent aa well as for sale. There la a
steadily Increasing demand for what
may bo termed tbe small, home, and
this will steadily Improve as the oper
ations of the Federal government In
crease. During the passage of thn harl. Al
exander Isonbcrg to.thlt, rrt a sailor,
foil from one of tho yardi to tho deck,
being killed Instantly.
City Supervisors arc still talking of
tho telephone agreement and a new
draft is- n the hands of tho City Attor
ney to pasa an opinion on it, Super
visor QUlnn'a hack and automobile rate
bill has also been up for discussion. It
will probably be passed by the Super
visors, the' Idea being that It Is a1
The beauty of the Dillingham placo
Cn- Boretanla avenue Is decidedly en
hanced by a.-number of orange trees
heavily loaded with golden fruit
Next week on the Beretania tennis
courts there will bo a very Interest
ing match plated between Miss Mi
riam Hall and Mra. Soulier. Thn
former defeated' all comers some
time ago; and the latter was for
re- some time champion of Hawaii:
Because we' know yon
ire frolnK to. Ret satis
faction. Clothes we
make for yon have
clan and lit perfectly.
Get your clothes, made
to your measur? by us
at ready- to
A sjew line of- suit
ings just received from
the East. ,
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel's., 0pp. Union.
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Von Haram-Yonng Co.
ALEXANDER T0UNO 1LD.
An Ideal, Sanitary, Permanent
System of Burial
From earth burial to interment in a concrete mausoleum marks a ,
progressive step in keeping; with the movement inxIonolulu today to
keep apace with everything up-to-date.
IDEAL, BECAUSE IT IS THE LATEST AMD BEST. ,
SANITARY. BECAUSE IT IS CONSTEUCTED ACCORDING TO
KNOWN FACTS OF SANITATION.
, PERMANENT, BECAUSE IT IS INDESTRUCTIBLE.
Specifications for the Ciiy Mausoleum Iwve bh
approved by the Baard of Health
Illustrated Baoklet Free' on Reaaeat;
Townsend Undertaking Co., Ltd.
W. W. HALL, Pres.
J. R. T9WMCEND, Treas.
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