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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEU. 19, 1910.
y HI Sill ii P H 5
for In fonts and
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
With the coming of a new steim- ,tlonal 'lulinnces for tlio rest of tho
rhlp tmllt expressly for tho local -cr- sugar year.
Uce, tho marked Influx of tourist,
tin, iioiAtiiiuiiniit of tho cnniunlcn for
Physicians Proscribe Castoria, 'N'f"
fAOTORIA. has met with pronounced favor on tho part of physician?, IjusIiicsi Interests of Honolulu havo
Judge A. 0. M. Itobertson ns sue-J '"In Clenfucgos all ore grinding glasses, While tr) lng tn ndjust thrcn
ccBsor to Judge Woodruff. What hut one. At Sagua and Quantanatnoito tils aqullllne noio on Tuesday
will happen in the nppolntmont to nil nro grinding. At Caibarten all .night they' filliped from liln nngors
the Territorial circuit bench is not but two small places, Julia, 10,000 not to the floor but down the dc-
ct known, although apparently no bags, nnd Ilosalla. 25,000 bags. At bollcte gown 01' n vu.isiir nivy in
very serious opposition has develop- Santiago do Cuba nil but Hntlllo, ,tron who wjs ttandlug In fr.nnt
cd to Judge Cooper, who In tho llrst 22,000 bags,
choice of the Mar Association.
.- ttlinpmnftn.lHf ll nr tnf tfta nml mAil! 1 nt' Mttt, T( la nn,l lm i1ii.l,.t .nn . .. .. . a. .11 nn.1 !.. .. mamarlilll
r..... . ... uw... ...... ...... ......v .. ..., w . . ., av,a "".w vj .iijoilwuo llul ii tel lull mill it) ,tu .................
with results mot grnt'fylng. Thac-'cadcJr e of ruitorlaU unquestionably tho week. There have also been annual
result of thrccfacts: 1st, Tho In.iputa'oli) rw .ireo that it U Iiarmlc33( Hud. 'meetings of some of tho plantation
That it not enly allays stomach p i.u and qui -in tlia nuUr.but assimilates Uio coiiipnnlcs, and the rush of annual
iood: 3rd. ItisuiinsrrrciblanndnorfcctstiLwlUutefortnatorii!!. ltisabio'"tc!7 .uicotlnirii will come In tho next ten
.f It ilnni tinf rnnl .iln nnu tttttri it1 1 1 t r m sitltnw tii-iAlU nw1 ', a t .tlita
- . uwv . v . tJ WIHIII W jUt'll"! ' UVIIVI lllltl UIIU U.1U 'JVl 14VH !
stupefy. It Is unJlha Soothing Syrups Ilatcni.ir.' Drop', Godfri'j's Cordial, etc
Thlt Is a good deal for a medical journal to nay. 'Our duty, however, is to uxposo
danger and record tho m.ins of hJcani-lnr; lieallh, Tho 6 ly inr j
cent children through greeu o? Ifnoruuco oiic'" t" Til
ora is a remedy which produce." com; otir
J item not by studying it and oui rtadcis
Unf Journal of iff ai t ..
Vurlety )ms been tho feature or
what stock tales hao b,eon reported
on tho Stock rjxihansc. Many peo
ple hnve been bidding for 13wa bolow
34 but they have failed to get the
stock. Onliii has fuctunted n great
deal, and after reaching 37 on tho
stc:U boatd Friday, raid at 30.75 bid
and tlnnlly closed at 30.875 bid. Ha
,1 ln-l't , ,
n'll! u ' in. i
lmr Cutorla lUnai flnt In It clt. la nij
t .ij year of practice 1 can t y 1 nercr hire tue&d
SflJtMng Hint is flllrl tb ji'co."
WLLUIH llELHOXT, It. I ,
" I hav ntcA yemr Cutorla Id lha tu9 of my own
baby anil cod It plewant to take, cad Laro obtatscd
scllcnl rcaolta from U um.
8. A. llccnax ah, M. X ,
" I Uke plcaiara In rcco-amonillDg ytnr Cactorla,
olTiojr tfcommcndnl Ul tiso In in jr. iiia'juiccl, aud
coiutdr; It the beat laiaUro that cotlt ba tied,
especially for children.
NlTUlstzL II. Klin, II. D , DL Mali, He.
i dud .'a
"liui w.r Cus'.iila t.. U
rmrdy It .a the t t .n'Li for lt,4 U d c-lut
duT 4 l-iv- 'ft Louivoi iial 2 rocni-rcnd t-"
" H J rise t 1' 'ir tio r"t '!s y" ptfcrlhrd ymt
Caiurtx fir; lntantlld atciasrli dlwnlcrt, 1 tat
h-irl'lj ctamctl it' nei- Tho fortnula con'atna
I uCl:; UcUlcrlum lo tM most itlrxtaut child rtn."
J. B. iiuirrr, M. H., JitTTr:"iCt-y.
Children Cry for FioSchcr'o Castoria.
J n U s o . F o r O v
3 0 Yearo.
!) I aWl rvt
Send Us Your Order for
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
Kir.fr Street Tlsh Uaikst
s Line S
Hew Ma8on liner. .....
flnno-' It "s ilouDlfui it any inciucni oi
, ri. the tteck has been more slgnlf.cant
.HflliM"' ,,ie syclldI'l mA " progress
vi inc icrrnory man uiu uiinm u
the l:tv JIatson. Navigation Com
nnni' steamer Wllhelmlnn, that
in-ie Into port with n good passcn
Ire, 'l"t nnd a folr load of freight
oa V.cJnc.dny afternoon. This
IsteT-cr Is o product of tho progress
of Jl.iv.-oirs InrtUHtiliv, and nn offorl
Mo jm the laige frtlhts to and from
Cjo Islcndr lu tha bet a Wantnge In
lmprclng the panenscr nccommoda
ttuiib for our otu lopulntlon nnd the
lsicio: !n? nutiihs" cf i eople coining
to the lilani'H for ie.t and recrct
lio.i The stciuner Is built especial
ly fur the HmiLlutu tindc. Tho
G'.atcioouus mo Inig') and ths whole
e"1 cme tf the etc,. ic to meet de
mnurfc cf the local trudo while keep
ing Svlthln tho liouuda t,f whot tho
lalUe will Justify. Tho first Im
ip:e ulcus of the C3icl nre so fnor
nh'o that talk Is iciiewcd of tho plan
broarhed, jc ccn as the steamer was
o'f tho stoo'ts. that nn older? be
pl.i;ed for u sinter ship. Captain
Allison Inn eer boon unfavorablu
to bucIi n tnova If the Wllhelmlnn
Hiowil nil that was antlelpntd for
l.or and tho local agitation, for tno
fcUxiieiiL.'iiu of the eoistwlso shipping
law was ended. It Ltanda to reason
that inlanders can not rbk frige
cumj of trotioy lu ne enterprises
whon thicalcncil with the eharpest
kind of toiclgu competition.
Juit what the future has for tho
Impiovcirtnt of the passongor facil
ities of tho pnrl U hard to say, nut
'it If tottuln that tho -city has one
tsccpl'.otially well-appointed craft to
I's credit, nnd the Oceanic tcam
Lh'p Ccimpnny will kooh have tae
'uleaiinhlp rJloua on the local lun,
atlcr n thorough overhauling iwln
1V,11C.I UIIQ Will UV UI.IUC UICI ua buvu
wallan Commcielal has sold steadily jor, and It has never failed tho city
at 38.75, with an occasional lot
changing hands at 38,875. Man
ngor Baldwin's refusil to "O. K." the
sixty thousand-ton crop predictions
is whr,t holds this stock from fur
ther ndvnnce. Kverjone believes it
to be n go6d investment stock, hut
it secino to hno lost Its speculative
status. IJuyers who go In to hold
for a rUo feel that this stock ought
to go up, et they nro not sure
enough of it to take jx very deep
Hawaiian Sugar, or "Makawcll,"
as It is popularly Known, nns
strengthened till it is now firm at
A3, though one good-sized block sold
nt C2.7G on Thursday. Over two
hundred 'shares of Ilonoknn sold on
Friday at 23, and after tho order was
cleaned up the bid dropped to tho old
flguro of 22.7S.
Onomea has como out in driblets,
tho last salo being at 54. This stock
will probably atrlko Its strldo when
tho now crop begins to come In on
The Intter part of the present week .small places still to start up do not
has been taken up with tte prcpara- cut mush of a figure.'
lions for tho great round of nmuse- J "The crop Is now in full swing,
mem for rest week, vV:i tho niks and, ns It was. reportod from Lon
will cpen Willi one of tho greatest don that tho market wbb firmer, ow
iticet stiovts ever given In the city, lng to estimates of the Cuban crop
t.nd the Floral Parndo will be held. , being reduced to 1,650,000 tons, wo
Atthouc'.i these events nro scheduled wired our representative for his
for tho first two da) a of the week, It opinion, and received his reply, stat
wlll probably take the town tho full I lug that he did not chango'hls estl-
seven days to settle down to tno or-1 mate, as thero was plenty of enno
dlnary routine of business. All that i to lnnke 1,800,000 tons, and tho final
production depended almost entirely
on tno weather throughout tno sea
son. The crop has certainly bad a
vory good start, nnd under these con
ditions will without doubt prove to
bo a record breaker."
him. The sta'eMiinn was In despair
Practically, therefore, the crop and finally appealed to her husband
Is now under full swing, and the few
Is needed to absolutely gdaranteo the ,
success of these events Is the wcath-
That Corporation Tax.
Treasury Department, Wash.,
Fob. G, 1910.
To Collectors of Internal, Kctenue
The attention of Collectors of In
ternal Hevcnuo and others Is called
to the provisions of Section 38 of
the Act of August 5th, 1909. re-
quiring Corporations, joint Btock
companies, associations nnd insur-,
nnce companies, subject to tho Spe
cial Excise Tax therein imposed, to
render tho prescilbcd return of their
gross nnd Wet income for the calen
dar jcar 1909, on or beforo the first
day of March 1910; and to tno pen
alties imposed by the eighth para
graph of cald lection 38, for neglect
or refusal to rendor euch return, or
for tendering a falbo or fraudulent
On receipt of this circular Collec
tors will, ho far as possible, see that
the high price of sugar. Pioneer jnotlco of these provisions of law aro
holds to its 2.7.50, with five nnd ten Bivcn through tho public press to nil
x ' t i-
r OKPIM'IXG ail tlv latest styles, pat-
terns anJ shades, and which we
parked at 33 1-3 off the cost, we arc
now oaring tsi2 public at an equally
Amongst our latest importations is ,
a comnlete Tine of the famous
"MOTHER'S FRIEND WAISTS"
and the larg st and most complete line
of ?AJAM':!i ever seen in the city.
THE EVER POPUUR
V6ys li s
in tl r e
th it al
Tourists Hon. '
Thb sloanulilp progmss naturally
Icuds up to tho vory Interuutliis toplj
of the luurlst business of tho reason.
Ilonolu u U gelling about all tho
pajplo it ctn couftiluhly hold, and
theio aro knoro to follow. It Js not
picper to fay that tho city accom
modu(Ion3 arc oteiciowdcd. It Is
moielj it c-uio or the city having tho
flat real t.tstu of the expected re
cults of its persistent advertising
campaign. Tho people nro begin
ning to come in real earnest) and so
far as can be learned they nro all
cnjnjlng themselves and Mud Hono
lulu and the Islands generally fully
up to expectations.
As n matter of fact, Honolulu Is
fast becoming an all-thc-jear tour
ist haven, with the quiet season from
November to tho latter part of Jan
uary, or during the holidays, when
ever) one who can do so wants to be
nt homo. It Is noted in quartets
where the tourist travol Is closely
watched that there were moro visit
ors in Honolulu last summer than
during the provlous winter. If this
holds good for tho p-cccnt teJao-i,
and thero seems to he uu mnou why
it should not, ilonulu u U destined
to hae a huubo full for the le.iiain-
'dor of this j eur, u'ld no good cuute
exists for nbsumlng thai tho tout lit
truffle will decrease.
Hugur and sjgar business have by
'no means Gtilisldcd on account of the
'cunlng of nci pcoplo to tov.n, hut
until lMduy tho stock uiurUct. Gin
eially consldoicd n fair barometer
of tho htute of mind In business ci
clo.s, was ery Inuctlvo, . although
On i'lldy tho sudden ndvanco lu
tho pttco nf raw bugnr from 1.17, lo
l.2"5 was tno signal that tho po
lio i of "lows," during tho height of
the cane sugar grinding season, had
lenchod its limit and ub good or bet
tci pilcej can reasonably bo expect
ed toy ths remainder of the sugar
.cjmpnlgu of 1910. This, of course,
btlmulalcd luylng, although in soino
shares, or perhaps twenty, being tho
largest amount sold In a single transaction.
Walalua was dealt In to some, ex
tent tho first of tho week nt 127. CO,
but none has como out since Mon
day, and the latest bid recorded was
12G.S0 on Tuesday. Uvcryone Is
Keeping this stock because of the
expectation and belief, backed by no
promise, that It will reach a dollar
a month dividend beforo tho season
Is far advanced;
Olna and Mclirjilo have led In tho
number of shares bought' and sold,
Olaa reaching as high as 7, and fi
nally closing Btrong on Friday at
C.87.",, while McUode has been vary
ing between 7.2S nnd T.C0. Predic
tions nro, renewed that theso stocks
will go lo ten dollars iuuder tho Im
letus of the search fur Inicstmeut
and the good prospects for both theso
coiporatlons, joint Block companies,
associations and Insuranco compa
Where tho prescribed returns are
received after March first, nineteen
hundred nnd ten, tho envelopes bear
ing postmarks showing tho tlmo of
mailing bhall be presencd, each at
tached to tho return contained there
in and forwarded as a part thcreor
to this office.
Ab stated in Article S of Regula
tions No. 31, blank forms for making
the required returns will be furnish
ed, on application, by Collectors of
Internal Ileventie; and a fnlluro to
iccclvo ruth bluniK And to make tho
requited !e(m us wilhl'i the prescrib
ed time, wlU not ir.leve the corpora
tion, Joint slot.!, companies, associa
tion or i'.isu-nuuu cmnpiny from the
penalties i up'vcd foi a failure to
niako such loturii.
(Sgi.) It. 13. CM1CI.L,
. Com nhuloncr.
HIS EYEGLASSES I0ST
IK DECOLLETE GG77K
White House Army and Navy Reccn-
1 tion dives ucssips iwo Uhoice
Bits of Merriment,
WASHINGTON, February 11.
Over the tea cups this nfternoon
Washington society laughed heartily
about two Whlto House incidents at
me Army nnu isavy rcccpiion insi
Tuesday that are going the rounds
of cheerful gosslpi.
Tho dramatis pereonae of the first
Incident included a celebrated states
man rather on In cars who wears
to recover his property. With tho
usual thoughtlessness of tuarrlsd
men, Mr. Husband reached down hlJ
wlfe'a back nnd fpjhet out the glasies
before nil tho guests. Tho wife
shrieked, there w&s' n small riot to ,
rescue Lcr and then ..io husband ox
plnlned. The other Incident occurred when
a careless dancer caught her ban.
In tho Im.Mitlr.g coiffure of a stately
white-haired Washington mntron,
displacing several cf tho puffs nnd
curls. Much chugrlncd, Bhe fixed It
back again, but, clr.s, at least $30
worth of tho puffs hud fallen to tno
ground. An. ubicnt-mlndcd admiral
cf national renown happened along
just then and, to the horror of. tho
spectators, Jul I. about to warn mad'
r.mo of her lu, .tlio gallant hero
leachod down, picked up th&"Bilaw
white Juffs, mistaking them for his
lost pocket hankci chief, put them In
his pocket and stalked niajecllcaliy
off to his cirrlage.
A New Yoik dispitrh aii'jouncoa
Hint tho Booth Hay (Mo.) schooner
Biinl" mT Randy Honk was tho J. Henry.
ITdiuuuds, which was bound from Mnr-1
1I3 Itlvor for nvo.-ett.
Aprlleitlons aro pouring In for tho
position nf omcl.il Bpcakor at tho N.ow
Jcisey stato home fir girls. Tho es
tablishment nf tho Jo!) Is proposed In
n bill lu tho legislature. '
Delicious Candy from ,
Geo. Haas & Son's
San Francisco Manufactory, Received er Alameda
A LAEQE ASSORTMENT OF SWEETS
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
TORT AND HOTEL 8TRIET
llrewery stock has recovered from
the cfTcpts of the prohibition lis
teria nnd the last salo was at 19.25.
Mutual Tq'ephone stock is in some
demand since the annual mceUng or
mo company nnu ine promise oi o
nrst-clnsa telophouo Bjsiem in tno, time ub..ui 7u,u0u buss Cuha ecu-
near futuro. Oahu Hallway has rc-.trlfugal ugar l.uv Leon told furl
sullied Its former flguro of J4f, Bhpn.ciit to thu Uiilted Klngdum nt ,
'uu lu. .nail.ct lovle-.v
t-nrtu-nl IfiMlillitr (-ml l.ltt.
date of Jutuuij J3, .luiea that: "it
is lcpu.'iL'J, .tnJ t,riiioially believed,.
Ihourh only forty shares have sold
In the wrelc. Quite ii movement bait
been noted In Hawullan I'lneupple nt
I.lght thousand dollars' worth of
bonds have changed hands
nre always in demand in ceo flnj.i.
and n good many cf them can not bo
rosuUlo jjroiitmtlon legislation nag
the uiiulvjlent of about 2. IS cost and
fielg.ii Now Yoik. This ulso helped
to bilng about Hie ratliei Iluner leol-j, j
lng in uui' uiarKct and lit the same'
time may be tho cause of tho easier j
tcellng in tho Loudon beet market i'
this morning." Ike tamo company's'
IlondA ctrculai, under date of February 1,
Hpo.ts "fUo thousand tens more
hate been old roi cllptuonl to Kng
lund." The tnme circular raters us
tullowa lu the Cuban sugu. bat vest
ycci;.dliig to our mall and cable
An Electric Toaster Stove
For CooMnff a Dainty Meal Right on the Dininjr Table
COOKS AS WELL AS TOASTS
It a convenient stove for meal at "odd hours, late sup
pers, Sunday night tea, or for the sick room.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
been u leadfilg topic 'On Tuesday, 'advices, the weather
Delegate Kuhio telegraphed the Gov-Und excellent for grinding. It
o'nor that.. the niopozcil Joint reso-.ueems that the recont nuicbases
lullnn ;rrt-!te p eblscito would bo made by our refiners, at 2 3-Ic, came
hold on July 20 to pnss upon tholat Just the right moment for tho
cucstlcn: "ghall tho Legislature be, Cuban planters, as receipts weie lu-
I :)'-'.. r.Ued to pass nt the next scj
blon n law ,prolilbltlng the manufac
ture and salo of Intoxicating liquors
except for medicinal and scientific
purposes?" He also noted that Con
gress 'was opposed to the woman's
suffrngo Idea. '
This Immediately stirred a rumpus
in tho camp of tborndlcul prohibi
tion organizations thnt had figured
that tho tote would bo on whether
Hawaii should have prohibition by
i'edcrnl legislation. Meetings woro
hold b) Xi Civic Federation ana
Antl-Snloon Teaguo to request an ac
ceptance of their way of putting the
question. Just what tho outcome
will bo no one can foretell with any
certnluty, but thero Is a possibility
that thero will bo no plebiscite and
no piohibltlon legislation, because
cienslng rapidly, and many of tliem
were In need ofcasli to meet their
end of January necc.ultics. Uetaiil
lng the progress ot tho ciop, v, o
vould quote the fc'l.otvlus item u
letter, dated Havana, Junuaiy J I: ,
" 'Tho United ft. Hd., which car- I
rles tho bulk of the sutur lu thu
porta of Havana, Mataiizua and Car- (
denns, has carried mure sugar this
week than lu any one week of tho
puBt crop, and 11 would have cairlrd
more If the car cervlco uud beoir
laiger. This occunlng at this curly
stage of tho ciop Is a good augury
of what wo may expect In tho way
ot itcclpts for tome months to conic.
At the same tl mo, as I have statod,
thero is bo far no dcslte to toll un
the part of planters.
''"Tlio weather continues cold and
fine uud everything thut could be do-
Classy Gentlemen's Shirts
50 cents up to $1.00
ESE OUR SWELL LINE 07 NECKWEAR
St let are always ocnect when joa get your furnishings
L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
Congress will adhere to the homo
lule principle uud the prohibition 'tired for crlndlng.
indlcnls declare thai they prefer the "'AH the centrals of any Import
preBCllt Territorial system of high 'ance ma now trrlndlnc. Those which
lnstnncoi lliero wos n drop in thelllconso to u Territorial system ot'imvo nut ot atnrtod. sumo 13. nio
Tho ndan:o is not a surprise, tho
only quejtlon having1 been when It
was coining. The statistical position
'cf the worlds markets I1113 been such
olther small places which can easily
grind (heir cane eeti if they com
mence in Februury, or aio places
which for some speclnl.icabon hmo
Ono of the Interesting announce
ments of the week was that Casllo
& CookO Will move Its Offices llltO'lienn ilnlmixl. In tlin Unvnnn ,11
lllnl ihn lrniilintn Innrr np-n ninimnrl Ml.n ri...nitmi l...ll(lln(y tiitir ..nn....lmt t.,. .1 - . . ... ...ii
- "" " " -f" .-rr ..ub v,M, ,,,,.. a Muw..b, "" tivbuiuvu iriLt lucre uro lour Hue jui. repuneu
ptedlctlng that the price of raws by Wall, Nichols, and Wall, Nichols 'as grinding. Oroo, 33,000 bags;
would go below four cents, ocn will occupy the wholetf the Itepub- Geiurdo, 7000 bags; Ban Itiimon,
when all Cuban mills aro grinding lu lie building, on King street, after 33,000 bags; America, 10,000 bags,
the luu Nesting hcanon. The limit of the Yokohama Specie Hank moNes to) '"in Mntnnzas dUtilct, Hleiui, 1,-
pnces ror ine usxi uuen iiioniuj win its new building on the corner of ,000 bags, and Jlcnrltn. 20.000 baga.
Meichnnt nnd llethol stroets. Thus n Ciii.lcnas, Dos Mns.u, 21U0J
tho general drift of business "up- hags. oxpocts to cimimencj
town" Is oWdenced. r Cl.Is week, and Oialltud SO-
000 lues. Is delated becnulo It hua
IT WILL MAKE YOU?, MOUTH WATER JUST TO TASTE
Ihit no in the new style crocks, and every crock (ruar
antced. New shipraen; Just in. ,,fet
ASK YOUR QROCER FOR IT "' ' 'VI
be determined by tlio nmount nf Cu
bai) sugar that Is dlveited to the
I.iindmi inaikct, aud the liiOuonco'
that the high pi Ice cf sugar may
have on cous'imptlon. Theio Is not
tlfo slightest doubt ot sustained high
TJfo ledum! court hni been In the just been sold, and the new uwneis
ptilillo eio through tho opnnlng of nro nronarln(t to conimoneo In lVn-
prlcea, punctuated possibly by sensn-tho Jury torm-nnd tho instnllatlon ot runry.
Union - Pacific
Transfer Co., Ltd.
ui i.Riir Uiitvu;
Vni.tft av.Mii Ml ff
fMn nwr..n I 1 I I
E'v?nln RuUetin 75c. Per Month
1 x,. '
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