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Entered at the Fostoffie at Honolulu
as iecondlMa matter
Silence in love betrays more woe 1
Than words, thourrh ne'er so
A beggar that is dumb, ycu know,
Mnv rhnlleni-r- dnnWe nitv
c,r Walter Raleiirli.
Why l.nt refund the TerrUurlnl
debt In I lonol ut ti and allow some ot
tho surplus fundi l llud u Rood'
sourto of homo Investment? j
It Is rather fmni) thnt Mr. Tatt
should declare bis unbelief In lio-
totts on the s.mxi da as IiIh iuten-
tlnu to mitt l.ilt IiidlannpolH.
I'ohxlblv Untie loo decided to wait
until ho heaid from the municipal
elections beroro concluding to puc
tho prohibition resolution at the
foot of the calendar
Theodoro Is giving an exhibition I
of what an Interesting creature at;
ux-ittoiuqiil can uu wjien nr K''
through two terms wlttiotit beconi
Ing spavined or wlnd-brol.eii
tho Pearl Harbor
falsehood that Admiral Ilecs hna
inuiuiuiy uuuieu. must- uu me eii
thJv.s said of Hawaii originate from
the mine source In Honolulu.
i Slumiii thpro lm m mlmr nuintii nf
no change In tho raw sugar quota-
Hon, the local Wall Street would
stand a cood chance nf belnc dec-
orated with Sleepy Hollow slgiiB. I
Honolulu should be forever on' the appropriation for the devclop
gunrd lu nil matters directly and 'nt of Pearl Harbor on tho broad
Indliectly connected with Pearl Mt posslhlo lines. Honolulu can not
Harbor appioprlntlons. It need "ford to allow such an li.cldent to
never worr, If It never goes to pass unnoticed. Honolulu can not
Hleep. I afford to allow any principal Item
. of the Pearl Harbor appropriations to
Continued success of tho McRao' ho nted out without taking Jromedl
conipaii) Is good proof of tho II u I-. nto steps to restore It.
let lira prediction Hint th neonle1 1'earl Harbor Improvement as It
wanl flrsl-class dram
AnoloEles nro duo Hullctliil
pitrons for devoting so much Bpaco
of this Issuo to the morning papcr.l'ost ror tne larger uock. wasning
but It Is mil) fair to Mr. Jones to, ton should know that nny faltering
(lUentnnglo him from tho mess iii'ln tho appropriations necessary to
which that paper snarled him. ' I carry on this work will be tho slg-
7T-? nnl for Immediate action In Ilono-
Should prohibition over como to lulu to nrouse public sentiment
Hawaii, the Importations of liquor throughout the nation. ,
will appear In the statistical tables' This was the way In which tho
under the heading of green paint, appropriations for the beginning of
but tho whiskey bill of the connim-.1"0
lilt) will not bo materially reduced.
While that monumental monstros
ity of public expense, the Nuuni.u
Jam, decorates tho scenery and the;
liuuiie records), ii is nor. appropriate
for an) of the ndvocates of "govern-1
-- inent b) n few of us" to point a Mil-
gcr ot scorn at mi) thing tho coun-;
r tics may produce
J Another season of International
bacehnll Is mighty good news foi'j
lthe baseball enthusiasts of the city.
And those who nttend because they
"Just like the gamo" will bo partic
ularly pleased, becauso they will feel
iisoured that money will cut no flg-
u ro In thu final score.
Cities und towns nf the Central
States voting "wet" nfler a season
of "dry" furnish tho lust posslhlo
proof that tho plain common sonso
of tho people will not stand for tho
conditions tho rndicals attempt to
Impose. Prohibition doesn't
tho prpblem by ally means,
Congress should be kept so con
stantly reminded of tho demand for
Pearl Huibor upproprlntlpns Hint
every member would know that un
udverso voto was u guarantee for an
iivnlancho of protests from eveiy
principal town west of the Missis
sippi und nil the biggest ones east
of that dividing Hue.
1'avornbfe report for the coastwise
law suspension bihemo Is possibly
indirectly connected with the attack
mado on tho Pearl Harbor appropri
ation. There Is not the slightest
doubt that final success for the sus-
pei sluu bill would lead to attack
from entirely new sources on tho
piotcctlvo tariff on raw BUgar.
DiiElnesa men of progressive main
land cities luvst their surplus In
"outside propositions" that will
.APRIL 7, 1910
"B the volume of business In
"dr own town nnd better establish
It as n trade center. Money that
the people of IHwnll send to the
mainland dooin't lomo 111 under that
classification. 11 in Just so much
Miueezed out of the homo sponge
nnd tho tight nionij market of to
day la one of the certain results,
On sciund thought It will bo lire
cssar) to Interpret President Tail's
refusal to visit 'Indianapolis as n
direct slap at the Hevorldge brand
of protective tariff. The President,
could hnc gone to Indianapolis and
remaineil n weeK wiinoni inenuuo
ill); the tariff, had lie been so ills
po-ed lie has elected, however, to
announce that the stiijn away to
prevent making trouble, which Is
iinotlicr way of saying that to spent:
his mind would cause trouble.
RALLY FOR PEARL HARBOR
I'alse confidence In what tho Ad
ministration will do unaided In cole
nectlon with Penrl Harbor approprl'
nt0Ilg ,g tl)0 worst t,lng Ule ,,,,
of Honolulu can cultivate at the
'present time unless the luforma-j
ton ghen out as a morning paper
rnbleErnm Is not correct
t must bo eUdcnt to Intelligent
t'i'l progressive men that ono point
1 tho gamo has been lost, If any
wrangle In Congress can seriously
d.sturb such nn Important Item as
iluoes forward today is tho product
f Honolulu energy, backed by a
just cause anu me omccrs ot tne
United States army and navy.
Hcgardless of wlint may bo mo
nest method of regaining tho ground
worK were sccurcu. me pres
ent is i.o time to let up nnd leave It
nil to tho Administration.
With a cheerful IdltJcy
dom encountered outside
walla of nn Insane asylum, tho
llulletlu spews Its opinion ot
men nnd things without notic
ing tho disgust It creates. Yes
terday that publication nil (fed
the Rev. John T. Jones to Its
list of "liars." Included among
those whom the Ifulletlu has
spit at recently are llislinp
Hughes, Rev. W. 11. Oleson,
John a. Woolley whom It
likens to a thief In tho night
and Tho Advertiser. The great
est wonder concerning the Util
lotin Is how It Is nblo to endure
Its own stench, Advertiser,
Aow I)e-nh! Isn't tills awful!
Publicity Is given this exhibit
nlere,y t() cml th0 neCosaary finish
to the statement ot Rev. Dr. Joncd
regarding tho "interview" with
Mr. Jones called at the II u 1 1 e-
1 1 n on Wednesday and stated that
ho did not write the interview with
lllsliop Hughes as the morning pa
per declared that ha had done. Tho
nrtlclo In question had been prepar
od by IlUhop Hughes und Rev."!)!,
Jones merely carried It to tho morn
ing paper office.
Thus wo have another completo
demonstration of the Inability of the
morning paper to give u fair state
ment of anything' the slightest In
cldent Is shaded to suit the paper's
fancy, Kveu ln such a simple mnt
ter as who prepared tho copy, the
paper nnds a misstatement neces
sary. Misrepresentation Is a regu
lar detnll of the da)'s business. It
would havo been far easier and mora
honorable had the plain, ordinary
truth alxiut the "Interview" been
In-etvcn In tho first place, but that U
rM tM n-rctn? p-JSf A" -i att
i far calling anvonp hi any
shorter and uglier word, (hat mils',
bo tho favorite term of the Inmates
of the Fools' Paradise. Tho only
other person using It In connection
with this affair was Hev. Mr. Jones
when referring to the mornln?
paper's assertion that he, Jones, pre
pared tho Hughes statement
Since It appears that the morn
ing paper, even to this das. doesn't
Know who wrote the Hughes Inter
view, or verj much about II, any
way, the Incident. Is one of those
trivial remlndits that tho Thurston
Tools' Paradise still upholds Its rep
utation ns the Home of l'Yilso Rep
resentation. The II 11 1 1 o 1 1 it has always
found Rev. Ur. Jones, Rov. Mr Olc
son nnd tho Honorable John (I.
Woolley mighty fine fellows. Their
greatest present misfortune Is that
they can't seem to take tho Adver
tiser as a Joke, ns does ninit even
(Continued from Page 1)
for April clearance, at 4.J0c c. I. f.
delivered ex ship, basis 90 degrees. '" ' " '
Sale to redernl Sugar Refining The choicest moderate-priced res
Co., gooo bngH Cubas, clearance not idence property in Honolulu.
before April T, at 3 132c lost and
freight, basis PC degrees.
Sale to speculator, 7000 bags Cu
bas, May shipment, 3 1-Sc cost and
Sail to speculator of about 15,-
000 bags Cubas, shipment not' be
fore April 10, at 3 1-lCc cost and
freight, basis 90 degrees.
Sales t6 United Kingdom, CO
CO, 000 bigs Cubas, April shipment,
nt 3c f. o. b. for Ufi degrees.
Today thero is hut n moderate;)
iiiuimiy oi sugar lor Marco or nrsi
half April (prnctlcally prompt shli-
inent). offered nt ft 1-1 fin coat nnd
freight, the equivalent of 4.42c duty
paid for 90-degree test. I.nst half
April and May shipment Is held at ln a norl i""6-
,1 INVESTIGATE THIS PROPERTY
nunutlty on offer Is comparatively,
small. Sellers show the greatest,
confidence In their posltloli, and pre-iD, , Tin
diet higher prices next week. Cer- DlSllOD 1 MSI LOiUDBIlV.
tnlnly at tho close today It looks as
though sales would be mado In tho
near future nt 3 1-lGc cost and
freight for the nearby positions, and!
3 l-8c cost nnd freight for sugar a
little further off. ln fact, It would
not bo surprising to see even tho
spot, market advanced to tho 3 l-8c'agalnst 91,000 tons Inst ear.
cost and freight basis, tho equlva-
lent ot 4.48c duty paid for
gree centrifugals, ln tho near fu-
ture. The rise In prices abroad nat-t
urnlly Is very encouraging to sell
era. On tho basis of today's Lon
don quotation for beets, theso sugars
would cost G.lCc duty paid New
York, so that our spot market basis
4.30c Is 79 points under tho Euro
pean parity, yn unusually largo dIN
fcrence for nny tlmo of the )car,
nnd especially bo now that we havo
passed through the period ot larg
est receipts In Cuba. Sellers know
thnt our refiners aro not particular
ly woll supplied against their fu
ture wants, and tho Cubans havo
made moro money on the half of
tho crop that they have sold to date,
than Is usually made In an entire
season, consequently It might he
said that they pre now working on
"Velvet," nnd tho bankers, knowing
this, are disposed to advanco money
freely against stocks ot sugar. Cer
tainly tho genernl situation favors
higher prices, for this market as tho
season progresses, and a sharp up
ward movement would bo the resujt
of nny effort on the part ot refiners
to accuniulato supplies to coyer their
Bummer wants. According to
Messrs. Wlllett & Gray, tho total
stocks at the four ports aro 261,702
tons, ns compared with 273,190 tons
MANOA VAIIEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
proceis of construction, near" car-line. Choice ele
vation , , $4000
MANOA VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; fountain and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved , , . $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites $050 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
" ,,, $3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished : to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals "..'...$00 to $100 per month
Trent Trust Co.. Ltd.
1 I. " Tj
HOUSES TO LET, UNFURNISHED.
10. Wahiawa 2B.R. $10.00
.11, Aiea 3 " 60.00
12. School St 3 " '40.00
13. Kaimuki 0 " 46.00
15. Berctania St. ..2 " 25.00
16. Emma St 4 " 35.00
17. Nuuanu Ave. ..2 " 30.00
18. Thurston Ave... 4 " 40.00
19. Kam. IV. Rd. . .4 " 25.00
20. Emma St 2 " 30.00
21. Prospect St. 2 " 35,00
22. Vineyard St. ..3 "
We have a number of splendid fur
nished houses for rent in various
parts of the city and suburbs Col
lege Hills. Pacific Heights, the Pe
ninsula, Pearl City, etc.
i i t m m
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Wc have two elegant building lots
that we nie prepared to offer for a
short period at a low figure,
Property adjoining these lots sold
recently and will be highly improved
last jenr, while the stocks afloat to
the United States nro lOi'.OOO tons.
stocks hi the United States
Pi i u ii u i
0-do-jCuba together nro S88,762 tons, or
71,1172 tons moro than a )ear ago.
Tho world's vlslblo supply Is 3,140
000 tons, ns compared with 3.4S0,-
000 tons a )c.ir ugo.
CUHA. Tho Bltuatjon In the Is
land remains unchanged. Thu mar
ket Is quiet but firm, with light of
ferings. It la nnturnl' to expect a
decrease In the lecelpts during'
April, but n sharp falling off Is not
anticipated, during the early pari'
of tho month. Tho complaints mail.)
earlier In tho season that the rail
roads were not moving tho sugars- ;
from tho plantations 'with prompt
ness, have now disappeared, at least
so far as the United Railway Is con
cerned. This road, which carries
almost all tho sugar that comes to
Havana, Matanzas and Cardenas,
made unusual efforts to move tho
sugar, hiring cars from the Western
Railroad (which Is principally a to
bacco road), so that there Is no
longer moro than tho usual accu-'
mutation of sugar at tho centrals,
along Its line. In the Havana and
Matanzas districts the cane is par-'
tlculnrly dry, but conditions are sat
isfactory In Sagua and Plnar delj
Rio. There aro a few minor places
which are already grinding half
tlmo In Matanzas province, these, I
and n few other smnller places, will
BUY A HOME
BUY A LOT
BUILD A, HOME
The Time to
Buy Is Now
We are agents for
o V " ' '
jTALK BY WIRELESS
Office open on Sunday mornings
from! eiqht until ten.
probably finish their crop during tho
first half April. Troni that time on
wc may expect to hear ot some few
places gradually following their ex
ample, but, weather permitting, tho
crop generally will go on actively"
until tho latter part ot April, when
we will no doubt see some of the
Inrger places closing. (Jtitn.i con
tinues to say nothing more than t
"A considerable reduction In his es
timate will bo necessary." l'rom
tho best Information that we can
get, wo think l.Gfio.OOO tons n fair
figure. With unusually favorable
(ohdltlons, this figure may bo ex
ceeded n trifle. On the other hand,
ns wc havo previously pointed out.
It tho weather becomes rainy In
April or early May, estimates made
now would bo useless. Tho showers
which have fallen In somo places
hnvo not amounted to much, tho
prli.clpal' ndvantago having been
that they allowed, land to be plant
ed which was prepared for tho pur-
iposc. This wrl bo nn advantage for
HUROPU. l.lcht wires us today
thnt the weather Is fuvornble for
field work. Mall advices written
some week or ten daja ngo state
that tho temporary lull In tho mar
ket wus due to absence of buying
on the piit of dealers,, but that this
could tu !.ie moro than, n weol:
or ten i ui nt most until nfter
lolldajs. Tho correct
ness ot thi
iredlctlon is apparently
borne out ! the upwnrd movement
in v lues of the last two ua)s. Ail'
other correspondent writes us:
If your watch is not keep
ing good time; not giving the i
satisfaction it should, bring it
to us for examination. We
will give you an honest report
on its condition .and honest
' i '
service if it needs our atten
tion. Our experience in handling
fine timepieces extends over a
period of many years. Your
timepiece is safe with us,
H. F. Wjchman
& Co.. Ltd.,..
v - I f ;
'lr it t.t iLUi.ii jiF5'lt!.t;CU
the part cf -pecuutsr- to enter frtJh
hull engagomsnl", at the prf-cnt
level of prices, but undoilblodl) Iho
statistical position throughout the
world Is a Btrong one, nnd we nro
Inclined to think thnt values will
. harden from tlmo to time, ns tho do-
I mand fot sugar rcvcnlB moro and
I moro tlio scarcity which Vlsts."
I It -Is claimed thnt 1CO.00O bags
I Cubas have been sold, for shipment
to tho United Kingdom nnd Conti
nent during the Inst week. Tho to
tal sales lo dato amount to fjri.OOi)
ioi.s, including 4S00 Ions, shipment!
to Amsterdam, It Is further stated'
that Antwerp nnd other Continental!
ports aro Interested ln Cuba sugars,
at current values. In splto of nil
this, tho foreign market closes'
strong, with upward tendency, ' on
the following basis:
March lluyers 14s 9d, equals
f.15c duty paid New York.
April llujcrs 14s 8 3-4tl, equals
C.14c, duty paid Now York.
May riujers Hi 9 l-4d, equals
G.lfic, duty paid New York.
August lliocrs 14s 10 l-2d,
equals C.17c, duty paid New York.
October-December Ilujera lis
8 l-2d, equals 4.47c, duty paid New
ni:riNED SUGAR. Prices re
main unchanged basis n.2Cc, cash
less 1 per cent., f. o. b. New York.
Vhl!o now business Is light, tho bet
ter tono to tho raw market has re
sulted In considerable moro Inquiry,
nnd with the free" withdrawals of
tho past 'ten days, nnd tho strong
underlying situation, It la not un
natural that tho trade should want,
to replaco the' sugar thnt has been
withdrawn, with fresh contracts.'
Certainly such nn nttltudo Is a wise'
one. On n situation like this the
most attractive proposition n, tho.
market is the I'cderat Sugar Refin
ing Compnnj's 38 dnjs' contract,
bnBls C.2Gc, cash loss 1 per cent, f I
o. b, New York. This gives bucrd
nn opportunity to purchase now, und
protect themselves agnlnst their fu
ture requirements. They know Just
where they stnnd legardlng delny
privileges not being dependent on
tho whims of tho boilers as (3
whether or not their purchases will
be forced on them nt nn unpropl
tlous time. All other refiners are
selling for prompt shipment only.
We strongly recommend carrying
A pay day for tho servants of tho
City nnd County ot Honolulu will fol
low tho meeting of the Hoard which
has been called for next Wednesday
The meeting Is held for tho purpose
of passing upon labor chlins and the
regular scml-monlhly salar) rolls.
It Is posslblo that tho Kort sticct
paving ordinance will como up for n
third reading nnd final passage.
MARSHALL DARRACH RECITAL.
Tonight at 8 o'clock, at the Alex
flndcr Young Hotolr tho distinguished
Shnkespcaro reciter, Marshall Darrach
of Now York, will reclto "Tho Com-
I edy of Errors," selections from his
i own Writing. Monday night, "Mac
beth." Course, tickets 12.00 S1.50
-Tickets for Sale at Wall, Nichols"
King street store.
MORE LIGHT FOR WAIKIKI.
Mayor Fern Is In receipt of n peti
tion from tho management ot tho Ho
nolulu Scasldo Hotel and the Moana
Hotel at Walklkl, pra)Ing for the. In
stallation ot an additional arc light on
Walklkl Road near tho hostelrles.
The petitioners declare that tho
road at tho present tlmo Is 'too dark
for perfect safety In night traveling
Tho request will receive favorable
consideration nt tho hands of tho Com
mltteo on Lights and Wntcr,
CITY MUST REMOVE RUBBISH.
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrston Campbell hns written the
Major's ofllco lo tho effect that tho old
macadam and other rubbish now re
posing on tho lot Wnlklkl of Iho Judd
giounds, must bo lemovcd. Tho Ter
ritory proposes to lmprovo the prop
erty. C0LD8 CAU8E HEADACHE ,
LAXATIVE BROMO-QUININE, re
moves the calisc. Used the world over
i to cure a cold in one day. D. W.
GROVE'S signature on each box. Mado
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