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EVBNtN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATUltDAY, DEC. 4, 106&.
ALl'OJIOL 3 PEIt CEMlC
IICSS nnrl Rest fnnt.iln t nolihtf
Apwfcct Remedy for OtroflpJ
i ion sour anwuiuHnoKi
nets andLOSS OF SLEEP.
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Wg) I For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Ity all odds the most Imiinrtnht in-
clilent this week UnS the tlcrliirntloii
on Monday of the labor policy of tho
Itnwnllnn Sugar 1'lnnterB' Associa
tion. 'Contentment on the planta
tions Is nftr all the Krent secret of
community success In theso Islands
fn su far ns administration of local
The sugar men Imvo reached nn
ogrcoment on the labor situation
that assures thu man who Is willing
to work a splendid Increaso In wages.
The loafer and the hanger on gets no
more than he ever did, and It Is to
Le hoped that nothing will ever hap
pen In tho Islands that will place a
premium on tho labor leech. In
tension of the contract sjetein Is tho
basis of the wage adjustment. Con
tract men do not get less than 12-
u month for twenty-six days' work.
Day men are paid n bonus for faith
ful service for 'twenty - six - day
months, this bonus to be paid at the
end of the year.
PR EM I UM Hams are KKLJjfJ$
selected from the finest wlfflBfFWm
CORN-FED young ""-flBj If f f
Labor troubles or lack of labor
troubles never hnvo much to do with
tho stock buying public, If they
have confidence that everything Is
all right or will be In tho end. And
Honolulu Is nn optimistic community
Just now. During tho labor troubles
Inst summer the men who made mon
ey In stocks wero thnso who knew
little or nothing about tho Inside of
the situation. Theso people kept
right on buying, nnd the good man
agement of thu labor situation
(ouplcd with n kind l'rovldence that
has always seemed to watch over
Hawaii and Its Industries did the
irst In Justifying their Judgment
that It would all come out light.
Consequently the settlement of the
labor question, tho readjustment
iiaiiiiiiiiyoin.juMiieoWiTBi.h. ,.,, jf )r()e,)(,rtj.
Ing.for, lins not done so very much m , ,, ,... .....
to Inlluenco the stock market, except
Hint It has inspired a better degreo
of confidence lu the Inner circles of
the sugar Industry, nnd this Is of
courso reflected to qultu uu extent
I'inoii;; the outside buyers.
The stock market closed on Fri
day night higher and stronger than
cor. The rain hail something to
do with It because of the belief Hint
the downfall was general throughout
the group. The excellent physical
lonilltlon of all the plantations udds
to the confidence of the buying pub
lic. No longer do they talk of the
possibility of a slump in the price
of sugar. licet prices arc holding
up and the same Is truo of centrifu
gals. Although tho latest quotation
for centrifugals shows a slight down
ward Blinding, It Is not so heavy, as
might be expected at this time when
tho Cuban crop Is beginning to ar
rive In the New York maiket.
ence In this cUyof Mr. lientiy of the
California Fruit & Canning Com
pany. Mr. llently Is here to look
over the field, nnd there Is talk of
his buying the control of the Con
solidated Pineapple Company now
hold by J. H. Castle. Ho has had
his experts going over the field, nnd
It has been said of him that' his
knowledge of the pineapple situation j
lu second only to that of the best
Informed of pur local men . Mr.
Uently will undoubtedly buy into
some local 'pineapple concern If he
can gel In right.
J. D. Dole of the Hnwnllau Pineap
ple Company returned from a trip to
the States this wcek' He says that
the consumption, of our pines has un
doubtedly Increased, but the main
land .market will hnvc' to, tali on" good
ueai more ir u is to nbsoru tno in
crease of the crop resulting from the
local expansion In production. Just
to show that the Investors are not
afraid, It should bu noted that the
stock of the Dole company sold on
Friday nt 21), 25, which Is a" record
Diversified Industry Is doing well
In other lines than pines. As report
ed exclusively In the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
the Hawaiian Fibre Company that
bundles the sisal plantation sent this
nock n cnblo order for a now decor
Heating .machine in order to hnndto
the Increased crop this year. This
company has made steady progress,
the extensions having been carried
on by using the profits of the origi
nal business. No great enthusiasm
has attended the advance of sisal,
but It has nevertheless mado good.
Figures compiled 'by the tax col
lector for tho Inland of t Oahu fur
nish additional evidence of the steady
Taxes collected for the six months'
period ending with 'Nov, lf amount
ed to 1.31T,0.T',.2S exclusive of the
special tux for Immigration and con
nervation. The collection for the
sumo period In 19 OK-was 'J!ll,71 1,02.
The tax collected for conservation,
etc., amounts to $1G1,S00 approxi
Sen Ices for Sunday In tin. First
McthodUt Kilscnpnl Chinch, corner uf
Ilctctnnla Avenue nnd Miller street
niL'-us follows: Sunday iclwol, in n
in.; Arthur Dobbins Mipcrlntendcnl
Morning Wort-hip II a m.. sermon b
the pastor, subject. "Harden Hearing '
I'pworth League C'3'l p. in. tuple
"The Iliiln of Idleness." livening Ser
vice, 7;3(i p. in.., sermon by tin- pisior
Mibject, "Salvation, Today,or..r;n( Fol
ly of Delay." Mr Luc will sing "Tho
Illrd With n llroken Wing." Prayer
meeting, Wednesday evening. ",.10
subject, "Christian Growth How?" );.
D, KcefT, lender If ion do not attend
regularly one of tho other ihurrhes lu
the city you nre most cordially hulled
to coino to all these serviced. Tourists,
welcome , Men In tho Service me
asked to prove our cordiality John T
Jones, pastor. ID 10 Mug street ; Frank
L. Lee, assistant pastor.
Miss Kate Wnndniil, for mnn.v yenrs
with Jordan and Sachs will display
her very choice stock of fancy goods
suitable for holiday gifts on Monday
morning In her place of business, 1141
Fort street, b'dow the convent, Ab
there arc no duplicates lu this grand
assortment, tho ladles are requested
to call early and Inspect thesu Hue
Instead of sagging ns might bo ex
pected nt the approach of tho Holi
day season nnd tho beginning of tho
grinding, the market Is making now
iccords for high quotations. Ha
waiian Commercial, the old standby
of hist season, has reached 37.75.
Hvvn sold nt 32 Friday forenoon.
Oahu sold nt 33. Makawcll reached
r.2. Pioneer, after many ups mid
downs, has reached 193. Wnlalua,
that wus supposed to havo gone tho
limit when It sold nt 122 before tho
extra dividend, will probably bo hell
ing nt 125 In u short time If It does
not go to that price today. Wnlalua
was never In better physical condi
tion, It will begin grinding the now
ciop next week, Ewa having begun
Its 1910 campaign on Monday last.
THE KIND THAT PUTS SUNDAY SUNSHINE INTO
THE HOME ON MONDAY. , v,, -
YOUR GROCER SHOULD BE ABLE TO SUPPLY
Fred L. Waldron
The cheaper stocks have remained
n feature Mcllryde holds the stage,
several thousand shares having
changed hand at 6.50 with tho prob
abilities that It will go higher on
the return uf the Alexander &
Hntdwin party from Its tour of In
vestigation. No oiio in Honolulu be.
llevcs that thero Is any reasonable
prospect of Mcllrydo falling to any
other agoncy than A. & II., and It Is
felt that It this Is the cuso a pro
gressive policy of development of all
sources of water will at onco be
blurted with ample capital and an
energy that knows no such word as
rail. With this plantation In the
hands of A. & II. It is thought that
extensive wuter development In the
mountains will begin at once, and
the best Informed men state that tho
water U there, just us surely as it
was for Mukawoll. With such a
campaign vstnrted, Mcllrydo will en
ter the list of Investment stocks.
Tho present quotation is by no means
the legitimate limit of this stock by
ut least four dollars a share.
E. II. Paris, one of tho managing
directors of E. O. Mall & Son, re
turned this week from n business trip
to the mainland. He reports the
steady return of confidence and re
marks that everywhere lie noted a
vory kindly feeling toward Hawaii.
The decision of the government to
make Pearl Harbor tho naval center
of the Pacific has mado a profound
Impression on the people of ' tho
mainland, nnd they now associate
theso Islands with tho Panama Ca
iinl and all that It menus to Ameri
Happy Jack Walker Is doing n very
funny Chinese act at thu Novelty nnd
Jeauetto Cooper Is playing tho Irish
lllddy. Good houses mo the rule. Two
good bills for next week.
Koad what Ayer's
for a well-known
who writes :
C. P. Morse, age at of tho Ameri
can Hawaiian line, ujso returned this
week from n trip through the east.
Mr. Morse states thai: tho now Hono-
lulunn building for the trndo be
tween Honolulu nnd the const will be
n steamship of which, tho city will
nave reason to bo prowl, nnd tho ac
commodations for the Jorty.five pas
sengers sho will cum- will be sec
ond to none.
One of the Important court decis
ions of the week was that of Judge
Robinson that tho Dicier wtnto must
pay un Inheritance tax oir n valua
tion of $599,200. This win uniount
to over $11,000.
Tho name of Hurold tlllTiird now
nppears on the membership .roll of
the Stock Exchange. Mr. (lHTari hav.
Ing been promoted to thu position of
the Stock Kxchange representative
of the Henry Waturhouse Trust Company.
New building projects reported
dining tho week uie new cottugvs
to bo built oi'i tho old Mncfarluiie
premises ut Wnlklkl for the Moana
Hotel. Just how, many cottgeslwlll
bo put up hits not been determined,
but the numbor will undoubtedly
keep pace with the tourist trade.
Another large building tontmn
plated Is a new warehouse for tho
Hawullun Fertilizer Company ut
Ivvllel. ' -
Hoal estate buslnoss, whllo not ex
ceptionally nctlve during the week.
Is Bteadlly growing hotter, Thero Is
more Inquiry for small homo proper
ty, and theio Is no doubt thut thu
suburban tracts will be quickly tak
Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
Ilecauso Theodore Itooievelt took
personal Interest In tin. nn,, .,,
All 1 thoOlua olfored In tho market ( Agnes Whllo, widow of Kdwurii
at 0.2G was takon up. on Frldny ana, White of the 20th Kansas regiment,
. no. u.m win uiiuoiiuieuiy ue ui whose bravery In the Philippines In
ii higher figure unless something 1899 won htm u hero medul will ro
very unexpected happens. '(clvo. a back pension payment of
Trading In Honokuu dropped on" $627.
dining the week on account of tho .
continued dry weuthor lu Hninnkiia. Ilecauso Uobeit K, Peaty pinned
On Friday thu stock recovered to 20, the woids "Not III Polo" ucioss th
and If the lnlu l cached tfmt dlstilct Aiiioilcnu llsg when participating lu
ll may bo possible to talk Honokuu the HutUou-Fulton fete. Uusvvell It.
dividends again. Moss of Klmlin, N. V., has begun nc-
,i- tlol I" the New Voik Supreme Court
Now Interest Is being taken In against Mm for alleged desecration
llnenpples on account of the pies- of the stnis and stripes.
"I iru for many years
suffsrsr from bolls and
othtr sruptlon of a Ilk
Bkture, caused by the Impovsr-
lined state of nir blood. My
appstlta was poor and my system a
good deal run down. Knuwlog the
by observation of the good It bad done
to others, I begau taking It. My appe
tite Improved almost from the tlrst
dote; then my geaeraLuejltli un
proved, and now It Is excellent. I
(eel a hundred per cent, stronger, and
Iattrlbstethls result to Ayer's Sar
saparilia, which I reeonimrud with
all confidence as the best blood uedl
eine ever devUed."
At nw wait, Aytr'it Surtm
partll contain no ulcohol.
Thara art many imitation
Ba aura you gat "Ayer's."
tmini t Dr. 1. 0. rvTc7. 1...X B.it U.3.A.
ATiat run, sm smi umt iu.m I
It Is No Gamble
Because vc know you
arc going to get talis
faction. Clothes we
make for jou have
class nnd fit perfectly.
Oct your clothes made
to 'your measure by us
at ready to wear
A new line of suit
ings just received from
Chickering Pianos Possess
Rare Tonal Power
'"ITHE fact tf fjreatest interest to tlie
J- piano purchaser is that the tone
af the Chichcring is the nearest to
the ideal that it is possible to reach; its
Tone is tlic one that other makers have
fount! it impossible to duplicate. In buy
ing a ChickcrinrJ Piano you secure the
test it is possible to purchase, t
3 Wc have Chiclccringa in all the differ
ent sizes and styles of case, and are
always glad to show you our fine stock.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for Hawaii
For Sale Everywhere
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St.) 0pp. Union,
Milled from the hnrdc'st wheat grown
in the State of Oregon.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
Chas. J. Day,
And the other Leading Grocers
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