Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 08, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
' r 3 .-ao
EVRNINd .mil.U'TIN, HONOMlUVT.dlrSATUflDAT,- JANr 6, J910.-"'
i i i ..
11 M .
At the battle is to the stronR, to is the bar-rain to
the alert. You have three days to pick up these tempting
offerings. But the first to come will have the largest stock
to choose from.
PILLOW CASES Alt ready for use; sizes 42x30 and
45x38. Special, 12 l-2c.
LADIES' RIBBED VESTS Light blue and pink; 13c.
vests. Special, 3 for 25c.
CRAVENETTE CLOTH Guaranteed waterproof) 52 and
54 inches wide; tan, navy and Oxford; $2.25 quality.
Special, $1,05 yard.
FANCY MADRAS 20c. quality; Special, 15c. yard.
MYERS DRIVING GLOVES All sizes; $1.50 gloves.
Special, $1.15 a pair.
PRINCESS SLIPS Hade of fine material; lace and cm
' embroidery trimmed. $2.75, $3.50 and $4.50 each.
SACHS' DOT MODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Oh, Say, Have You Seen
Our complete and beautiful line of Pipe and Cigar Boxes, Match
Safes, Shaving Mugs, Military Brushes. Watches, Studs, Link Buttons,
Scarf Pins, Rings and a host of other articles?
- M. R. COUNTER,
i 1142 FORT STREET
""?'"- "r" '"' -"
Bishop & Company : Bankers
N 8. M. DAMON.
BAL'ANCE SHEET AS A
Cash $ 801,73721
Duo from bunks and bank' .
crs 30U,0 U
DondB, Mocks and Invest
)oans, discounts and over
Ileal. estate and bank fur
89 380 fll
Honolulu, December 31, 1900,
" 1,,'Allcn W. T. Itottomloy,
sheet represents a Iruo and correct statement of tho a flairs gf tho Hanking
House of nishou and Coiiipiuy ns (it December 31, 1909, to lha best of my
knowledge mid belief,
ALI.EN'.W. T. IIOTTOMI.EY.
Subscribed and sworn to before
Begin 1010 With
WOOD and COAL
Honolulu Construction & DrayingCd-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. -Phone 281.
A. SLAUGHTER OF
Only one of each to
Beds are of the famous Merle Bed Make.
COYNE .FURNITURE CO.,
A. W. T. BOTTOMLEV
T DECEMBER 31, 1900.
Capital and surplus $ 89G279 07
Due banks and bankers .. 4,761 0.VJ
Deposits ,.. 4,471,733 00
mo this 31t day of December, 1909,
J. HAHItlS MACKBNZin, '
Public. Plrst Judlclii) Circuit, T. II,
be sold. All Double
1028 Niiunnu St.
MAY RAISE RUMPUS
WASIIINOTON, January 7. llulllnger Ims ilrnwn first Mood In 111
bntllo with 01 fiord Plnihot, head of tho Division of 1'orcstr) uf llic De
partment o( Agriculture, In being tho direct cause of the (HbiuIbsuI ,ut
that official from public office. , '
bl I'llichtlt's' letter to SenntprDonivv, mukllifl gravo ehnrges against
tt illltifrm . nn.l whtMi Mn, muintV Prwi.1 tn tnn flnflflff. Iitntinhl nliimt llin
reentt)onl of President Tnft.
wan t lio nmtial uccniniaiiun oirincnol gd mc heads or rrlco and
8haw,vvo officials under tho Jurlsd ictlun of Plnctiut.
'' "UMs'liollovcd that Congress will bo severelyitgltuted over tills pro-cccdiiigi-fl
the deposed forestry official has a big following thiuughout
I'lnchot Htood high In tho cstocm of President Hootevclt, aiul'lt Is
thought that uomewhat strained relations may coma to tho surface be
tween T.itt and IliMiscvelt over tho dismissal of PJnchot
REVOLUTIONARY LEADER DROWNED
lU'UlU'inijDS, Jan. 7.--Uonorni Dlar of the rcvolutlonnr- arm- wuh
drowned today while on his way to Managua. Diaz was going as tliu
representative of tho revolutionists to discuss leltns for a possible
treaty of peace between the forces of Kstrndn and the iirmj of the gov
MOUltMin.Otf, Jan. 7. Latham eollpscd nil records for aerial nav
igation toihy, when kc drove his acroplano through spaco at tho' re
mail.ablo elevation of 3GH0 fcot. , ',
CARDINAL SATOLLI DEAD i
HOMi:. Jan. 7. Ills Kmlnence
after n lingering Illness.'
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
This has btcn u verj quiet week In
business circle, rharacturlrtlc of tho
first week of cvirj new je.ir. Dank'
em have Just balanced up for the old
car and arc stralgliteiitug away to
adjust themselves to tho ptospictlvc
broader fields of operation for the fu
lure Mercnnllle Ihiubcj are .cleaning
up after the holiday rush, taking1 ac
count of slock and getting In shape
for tho enrly renewal of .active trad
ing. Rial (.statu dialers are affect
ed by the holldaj lull. Men in the
stoclc market uru waiting for tho
price of sugar to go down and give
tlrein an opportunity to pick up somo
of the b'Kt stocks at muru uttractivu
prices. Ilrokcrs are waiting for (be
same statu of affalrs'to braco up bus
That Is nbout all there Is to It In
tho Hist seven davs. When the stock
exchange, resumed Its sesilons nftor
the hollilay leccss, It wiw found that
comparatively little trading had been
done In tho Interval, but prices as a
rule had been well maintained Hu
wallan Commercial advanced on the
Increase of tho regular dividend to
twentf tlvo cent a thnre. Walalua
held strong ul 120. Oahu remaliRd In
tho vicinity of 32.76 and Dwa at 32 50,
I'loneer slumped to IOC on a sale of U
few shares but has slnco recovered
Five hundred sliarqs of I'anuhau wero
sold at a verj good flguro and qulto n
Hock of Hutchinson changed hands nt
17. Olaa dropKMl to 5.75 and has sold
quite faely nt thaj prlcc McBrydo
strengthened very much and Is now
being sought, frcclj at 0" 1-8. Doth
tlfho cheaper stocks will go higher.
Olaa will Btiffcn as tho plans for the
disposal of bonds dcvilup, and Mc
l!rdo has gained new foice under
tho aggressive administration of Alex
ander & Iluldwln as well as tho plac
ing of tho $500,000 worth of bonds of
tho Kauai Hallway Company that were
handled by the Hawaiian Trust Com
pany. As tho week has progressed very few
sales havo been made ut the sessions
of tho Stock Kxchango. Nearly all the
trading has been between boards. Hay
ing orders arc 'not lacking but tho tlo-1
niand Is nt figures that are not frc
quontly found In tho offerings on tho
' Ono of thu brokors of tho city when
A Good Investment
Tho Tcmplor Itanch Oil Co. with
GOO acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and all Kb reservoirs Jllled with
high-grade oil In tho Tdmplor dis
trict, Kern Co , Cal , will soon com
plete Its three-mllo gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is at present
llkea' jilaulntlon with tons and tons
qt sugar on hand, ready to bo'shlpped
on thb'lpconilng steamer.
An Able management, almost a
square mile pf proven oil land, cheap
traus'ndrtntlon of oil, high prices
with steadily increasing demand for
ell, will make this company an early
dividend paver, and for that reason
the stock of this Tcmplor ltnnrh Oil
Co. Is rVcommended as n (iOOH IN
VKSTMKNT by the Lincoln Mort
gage t Loan 'Co. pf Ban 1'iancUco.
Capitalization Is 1, 000,000, - di
vided into shares of fl.00 euch 1
havnu small block of them for sale
at 30c w.lle they last. Secure them
P. H. n. 8TRAUCII,
74 B. King St.
, ' '
askid If tho banks Were liberal In their
loans, responded that tho larger share
of his business. Is now being done on a
cash basis This Is nu Interesting In
dlcitton of the ginirul pnjp.rlt of
Dividend Incrvayes announced hnvo
been the Hawaiian Sugar Companv's
advance of tlio ngiilur from thirty to
foity cents a share and tho Increase of
tho Hawaiian Commercial. Hawaiian
Agricultural announces Its Inontlilj
dividend for the jear as $1 per share.
When ono recalls how near disaster
this plantation was only a few yeuis
ago, tho present condition Is n very
Impressive-' lesson of what science
plenty of water mid good prices will
do for tho sugar liidui-try ,of the It.
lauds. Honoi.ut la also 'to p.i $1 u
Speaking of Hawaiian 'Agricultural
recalls the brief Visit of Ed t'nllitz. Hi
had some Idwi of jilaclng the agency ol
the Hutchinson plantation through t
sulo of tho control. Soven Inches of
rain that havo rallen In tlio Knu dis
trict during the Inst six weeks caused
Pollltz to bo qMltO Indifferent about
the agency, or tho sale of'thc control
he Is willing to hold thu control him
self. Mr. Pollllz has figures at his
toiigiiu's mi! to show that the average
price this rui for raw Btig.ir will not
go below 3 9!). This ho savs In his
conservative moods. Ho has no Idea
that Iho.nvcrngo will bo ho low as thnt
I Ivo cents would necni by no means
nn Impossibility If the price of beets
continues to (iso, and nu average
nbovo four rents marks the season of
1JI10! Mr. Pollltz leaves for Sau Kran
clscu on tho China.
Statistics given In tho l.itckt sugil
clrcnlars from' I ho mainland show a
status most ravorahld to higher prlics
Visible supplies ff raw sugar nro low.
6r than for tnanj jrars. and the ron
tinned high prko for Ijeet Biigais and
raws connrms uio lorccast or the stat
Cuban sugars are, now coming ra
Idly Into the market,1 and tho, Cuban
season will reacTi Its height the middle
of February, The rtesparlty between
tho New ork and the I-omlon quota'
tlous Is now nenrly three quarters of a
rent per pound, 'n most remarkable
showing and If this continues It may
bo that thu Cubans will ship 'somo of
the sugars of (heir nearly two million
ton crop to the Kuropenii 'puirkct.
Tho monthly Bummary of tho Stock
Bxchunge sIiowb thill McDrydo ltd tho
list In tho number of shares sold dur
ing tho month of December with 4520
Olaa came next with 3H23. i:wa third
with 2974 and llonoknii fourth with
1201. Of those below the thousand
mark Oahu Sugar Co, bIiows that 891
shares changed hands In tho month
Hawallun Commercial SCO. Waluluo, 77j
and Pioneer Mill 418. This demon.
Vtrates thnt the cheaper stocks m0 be
ing very generally- dealt In and,ic
more attractive to ho buying public.
A lino of hurlness not usually no
tlcul wus hoard from this week when
the Dreler etlalo niithorlrod tho v
pPlidltuie of over twenty ti(iuttinil dn
lais In the Improvement and expansion
of tho Oahu Ico A. Klectrle Compatij
This company, desplln the shaip torn
lielltlnn, has been doing u giMid busi
ness us Is provoit b) lho plans fni ex
pnnlou,t As I here mo no leporls of
dlstreis on tlui pirt of tho other Ice
mukliiB cnnceins this another Indl
I., i VIC. i
Another Pair if Yours Don't Wear
THAT'S, what' happens if Wunderhose should
j fail. They are warranted to wear three months
without darning. ' They're made of the softest, most
elastic wearable yarn ever woven into socks. The
combined strength of Wunderhose thread is hard to
overcome by even strenuous wear. But to withstand
surprises or unexpected attacks of the enemy, general
wear, reinforcements of linen thread are woven in the
heel and toe. They come in light weights in all the
new shades and black and tan.
. $1.00 per Box of 4 Pairs
Watch our window for them today
cation of lho growth of Honolulu und llsh a line of steimirs to take tho hi
Inrrcuso itcmaudB for 1ioiislIoIiI neevs- n.uns grown In thu Islands, If this
sltlcB. . IhihIiilkk is handled right there ought
J to bo n future In It for tho small plant-
Commission Man Fred Wnlitron 10- ers of the Islands, provided the bii)
IKirls another advance Jn lho price of crs will do vlrit l'ord thluki they will
flour during thu wj?ck. In lho list
two months Hour has .idvnnrul In prliu
from $1.40 to 51.00 per uarn.1.
Kilhor next vviek or the week fol
lowing Duvlcs & Co. will begin Hie sale
of the Lewis & Co. stick of gnnedus
und household lmrdn.irc. Thu slock
Ih n largo ono ami will probabl) go ut
very reasonable prices.
Washington dlspatchoi announced
IVItlny tint Secretary von I,, lejer
has nsked for an emerg'.ucy appropri
ation of thieo hundred thoinand do)
lars to giiarauleu tho dredging work nt
Pearl Harbor In caso theip shoubl lie
a (loflclency lif tho legulir aiqiroprla
tlou for tlio 'work. 'Thin means Jhat
the OuvernnKiil Is very 111110)1 In t-arn
est nbout the cslabllshment of the
naval base on Ihls Inland, and lutcuds
that nothing shall bo allowed IfrtlWav'
In n rompaiallvely few W'eksJ(ct5n,.
(racls must bd let for tlio njivul dMon
buildings and marine barracks ns well
us the construction of the new iost nt
These are new reminders to the peo
ple of Honolulu, that llulr town and
ItH siii-rniindlirgs will giow by leaps
ami bounds lig.ndli'Hs of what the
prlco of sugir may be
Aloxaiulei lliinrn nud comes bick to
thu clt) uftei a jear lu Now Yoik
bonrlng the tidings Jhat qio gtnat In
liana combination of Toxin wnnfn In
bullil mi a trade down htro and eftnb-
In Ah Enterprise Tent Cot
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., sole Agent!
do paj cath for tho bii'iches dellv-
end on thu nock.
Thu annual meetliu of Hiu Mil
chants' Association will Us held on
tho 14th Inst. Ii i'I Waldrim em have
the pribldiiuy of tho Astulatlon for
another year If hu wants It. Should
ho refUMe, Waller Dillingham will
proluibjy bo advanced to tho head of
SOCIAL DANCE AT
ODD FELLOWS HALL
A soclul d inro will bo 1,1 von I lilt
cvinin on tho muf gardon of the O1I1
IMIows Hall bj Mrs 8lb)l Held, tin
talented dancer und imchtr. M
Itthl is the dancer wh has been glv
lug a series of dames at the Donliu
Ihontoi, The ilancc this evening It
'given In houoi of .Mi's, ltild"s dancing
class and mi-mbqrs of lho ola-is am
mnu of tluli- rrknds will bi In at
tendance. Admission in the dance l
fl for gcntlunan and ladies.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William lb do Kite
nnuoumo the engagement of their
daughter, Hmlly Dornthea, to Di,
I .eo I.li)il Sexton,
A 1'eiiiifcjhanlau has Ijeen granted
a intent on nu electrical rat trap
which resemble n i.ithoi fiat bolt.
When n 1 .it ulllilli unnn It In rioh
lho halt it cuhipoos 11 fatal circuit,
A new article thatj
will make campingjj
and tramping inj
Oft lUr, Mrnnn '
proof, finely construcj
Alakca and King Sliyifl
BAD ASSAULT CASE ;
AT EWA HILL-'
DLput- Sheriff rcrnnudez of EvvnW
brought u prisoner iiumcd VcccntaVi
ltojas lulu the police station v this 1
morning. 1110 man ih cnargeu wun
a brutal assault 011 a man named'
mini 10 nouns, , .
1 lt.l tlfTfll I.Wtl. 1.1.1,-n ,,cl a.ilv VTA
"- -" .-..WJ
111 0 1110 acrusou is auvgeii 10 navot
hit Itodas In thd face, after idjur.t-; j
ling 11 muni reus looking "Kuucklo ;
dustsr" on his hand, The uufortu-'i
nata Itodas was knocked scnsclebB,
t tul was tliKcn to lho hospital, where
hi. 1II1I Tint nvfltcr rtitnu-lfiiiKni.au ffil
some bonis. ft',
,. ...... ...... ,,.?;
I IIU liinil Ulll-'Mk iviiii WillLII ilia
Ulan was laid out Is made of KtceljU
ind had the letters U. S. A. printed
in it. The ikiIIio (onslder that ItinCI
las had a narrow escape from ileathV ,
is he wus hit near tho temple. Thota
prisoner will appear In court 011?
Monday inornlng, nud It convicted')
iv 111 i-ot n atlrf afttilnni
The Daughters of the American ftov
ollitlon will mebt with Mm. W. It. Cas?
tin nn Mfinilnl nt -!tll 11 t.i I t,t, 1
10, 'lho subject of fho paper b MlsaE
Allierloo will bo "A Itevohitlonaryfl
Character Skeich." Insteud of (ho nb-'3
Ject nnnnuiired on tho notices' rvnixh
out i.utt week. An lutornstlng nftcj""
miami muz ne i-xjtvciv-ii aim memuprn
are ut lbeity tu Invito friends w
would lllely to enjoy ntlendlng'
VUltlug members from ot.tcr chuntcrs
are cordial!) Invited, .
Hulk tin BuMnrsj OIBce Thone 250.1
bulletin Editorial jRom" ritono 185,
V '-H .'-XLtr - ' 0. . 'A, -r . TAlj1
- ' '.(. W ' '