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Real estate men ntnto thnt every
Ifilajr brings) an' Increasing demand for
Ifsranll houses and homes for rent, find
' purchnso on tha Installment plan.
'This Is ono of "tho fcntilres of the
growing Honolulu that Is ntd.tdlly op
crating to jstri
ngthen real estate us
' nn Investment find arouse people to n
'rculUntloni tha the tdwn has n grc'll,
futura If It" Is i ot blighted by adverse
There 1b epe rtcd to bo a particular
ly strong cm .ml for the class of
property, rhng ig from 11500 (o 2.00
value within ci sy walking distance of
tho center of lie town. It Is sought
especially iy i-orklngmcn.
Hut tho'subdrbs nre coming In for
n lively deninn 1 for the s.tino ilana of
( property ttjoufi the man who hai to
got to wnfk arly has not yet the
linblt of taklr g it forty-llvo minute
rldo to andi fro n his work, though tho
change In riio t tmosphcrc and tho fur
roundlngs of tho home outsldo the rlty
limits Is" vTcll worth the extra time
Wnlklkl property has also como to
tho foro through tho sale ot soma of
tha beach property of V. 0. Irwin,
tho Henry Waterhou.o Trust Compnny
nctlng as the agents. One hundred
Xcct of beach property between the
Ucorgo P. Castle residence nnd the
Campbell place sold nt 113,000. Mr.
Castlo bought n section adjoining his
homo for $7000 and Gen. Davis bought
n section next to tho Campbell prem
ises for 16000. Tho Intervening jtrtd
Is on tho market. Theso sales put u
ilguro of $13U n front foot on beach
property, which Is now much sought
as tho amount nvnllnbla at reasonable
prices is limited.
dote rnor FrrarV lletnrn.
Governor Frear arrived homo on
Monday and according to hli slate
men given to tho press he did little or
nothing during his several days In
Washington and that to no purpose
so far nt he Is willing to Inform the
The Governor says. lie knows noth
ing about thq cdndomnalton proceed
ings for the cnlarEement of tho Ma-
huka site, and no one seems to have
any Information on the point.
He brought the Interesting Informa
tion that Secretary fintllhger Is to
visit the Territory. Mr. Dnlltngcr
planned first lo go to Alaska, but has
now decided to come to itawatl. It
Is to be hoped that tho attention paid
him by tho pcoplo will bo marked
with more enthusiasm than greeted
tho Secretary of tho Navy.
Malinger Schworln of the Pacific
Mall lino was also a passenger on the
Manchuria, on a .tour of Inspection.
He talked very freely -vlth the news
papermen on his arrival. He con
firms tho report that t lie Pacific Mall
Is to put two new st-nmers, to cost
$3,000,000 each, Into tho trnns-Paclflc
service. These will be modern In ev
ery respect nnd he called attention
to tho need for making the harbor of
Honolulu large enough and deep
enough to uccomtnodalo the great
modern liners. Schwcrln also said
there was no prospect of his com
pany putting on any local boat, nnd
expressed his approval of tho opinion
ho credited to Mr. Dearborn of the
Amerlcan-Hnwalian line, that Hono
lulu has tho best steamship service of
any city of Its size In tho country.
II Ho Ilrcnkwntrr.
Directors of the Merchants' Asso
ciation at their meeting this week
took up the question of tho now con
tract for the continuation of the llllo
breakwater Ihnt was presented by
Mr. Metzger, the contractor handling
tho first part of tho construction. It
appears that tho Government engi
neers propose that the construction
of tho next section of tho breakwater
shall bo carried on with a view to
laying n broader foundation for tho!
structure. This means thnt the man
who gets the contrnct will have to se
cure nn entirely now equipment, ituu
that purchased by nnd In tho hands
of tho present contractor will bo use
less. Metzger claims that the Gov
ernment will get better results nnd
mors for Its money by continuing on
with the present method of construe-!
tlon, nnd the pcoplo will tho more
speedily realize on tho prorolsa of a
breakwater. This structure that Is
to do so much for Hllo will cost mora
than n million dollars and bo some
thing llko ten years In the building.
Tho Merchants' Association director's
referred the matter to a commltteo for
Sales nre continually being made of
lots in thcOccnn Vlow tract of the
Knlmukl Land Company, nnd there
seems no let-up of tho trading In lots
and tho building of new houses !n
that part of the town.
Yew Tnict Opened.
A. II. Dundftro is ubout to put on
tho inurketthe property on tho Wnl
klkl cornorAoC King street nnd Kula-
kuuu Aveniiw'hich ho recently pur
chased of ttttyudd estate. This prop
erty has nn Tgrcaot eight acres, was
nssesseu at -mtvvf, unu win ue, cut
up In lots of ubout CO by ISO feet, nnd
sold nt ?4!0. The proximity of this
land to tho street cars and tba.utsa
with which tho residents caivrmilt
town or got to the suburbs and beach;
would seem to make It very attractive
for small homes.' :::
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If Honolulu hud a real csCiitle Vx
chnngc, it Is moro thun likely thut
business In this lino would bo at'
trnctlng moro attention than tliu stock
market Thera Is it fulr number of
speculators but tho greater v)r(; M
ilia transactions aru strulghtforwhrvl
Investments. As has been remurked
n this department many times', the
opportunity offers and It will stead
ily Improve for soma of tho men nnd
estates of wealth that uxo sending
money out of thu country, to get a
'j good return by Bturtlng building op
erations, constructing small homes of
tho type previously mentioned, and
selling thorn on Installments or hold
ing for rcntnl purposes.
This Is tho class of houses which all
real estitto men agree Is profitable for
rcntnl purposes. Apparently the
financiers liavo either to fprgct tho
oxporlunccs following tho 1U0O boom
or surfqr-set-bucks in somo of their
foreign Investments, before they will
it tiiko boluof'tho development of their
own towrPwfth a lively enthusiasm,
Local Sen Ice.
Speaking of local service, the
steamships Vllholmnn nnd the Sier
ra, leaving port on Wednesday laBt
took upwards -bf four' huiidrcd pas
sengers and still had room for more.
These boats are moBt satisfactory to
the traveling public, nnd tholr busi
ness In- bringing tourists hero for the
summer seems to bo Increasing as tho
people come to know more of tho
comforts on board theso "small
steamers and their excellent qualities
as sea boats.
Stocks have not made any great Im
press on tho community lifo during
the week. Trading started fairly
strong -und brisk but flnttened out
Jnth:l!x ncllvlty nnd price, llrcwcry
strengthened n dollar a shnro as a
result of the estimated Improbability
of Prohibition winning Its contest.
Hawaiian Commercial that was in
good demand nt 41, the first of tho
week, sold on the board Friday at
40.875. Honokau, that has been selling
at. 1?'25, dropped to IS. Ewn, that
saltf In fulr sized blocks at 34.50,
shaded down an eighth on tha last
sates ot fitly shares. Onomca sold at
45,50, the last previous sale being at
48. Puauhou holds strong at 26.25.
Oahu is steady at 32.25. Walalua has
been dropping back and finally ton
shares sold between boards ut 129.
I'loUcor has strengthened on every re
It cannot be said that any special
condition on any ot these plantations
has given rlso 'to tha tendency to de
cline. Nor Is thcro any lack of con
fidence In tho sugar murket, or the
amount of tho crops to bo taken off,
among thoBo not yet finished, or tho
oxtras to be paid by those with the
crop otf and the returns yet to ba
completed. Tho sagging of tho mar
ket Is one ot thoso conditions pecul
iar to the Honolulu market.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Company
pntd a stock dividend of $250,000 this
week. Increasing Its capital to $750,
000. Tho Hawaiian Fertilizer Company
also increased Its capital from $300,
000 to $600,000, the Increase going to
tha stockholders In the form ot a div
idend. The business dona by this
company during tho Inst year reached
One ot tho features ot tho year
among corporations of tho Territory
has been tho large nmount turned
over to stockholder in tho form of
stock dividends to cover tho Increased
values and undivided profits.
, Prohibition's llllght
. ' V.. n n... ..en .....ftlnr T. U It. tinlflf-
tiono by tljq Young Hotel Interests, to
learn tho, jresuit of tho vota on j'roni
bltlon boforq they maku any definite
phtiiH for ..building homes for them
s'cIvcb, ornany one olso, or investing'
their moneyMn the city, t'heio Is not
the slightest' doubt that n vote for
prohibition will create a disturbance
of present conditions, threaten tho
tourist business" with disaster und
jeopardise tho content of tho sugar
field lubor to buch un extent that
juuncy will bo held bauk front Invost'
ment In real cstuto us well as augur"
tiliitkB. Prohibition will not only
wreck many local buslursrf cituhllsh
mi nlr. but by wiping ou. a source of
Territorial revenue wilt increaso taxa
tion on real estate and muki the town
le- attractive to the mill who con
templates becoming u uupa)"-
So fur us tho rcturus gitcu tho pub
lic plow, there la little or m pros
pect of tho Prohlbltt'mli'.j i.-urrylng
News came by cable Friday that
the ship John Knit had mado the trip
from Honolulu to Philadelphia In
eighty-four days. This Is u record
that has not been equalled In ycurs,
The ship had the mlsfortuno to lose
her captain, who died when his ves
sel was off tho Horn, nnd the ship was
carried through on her record-breaking'
passage-by the mate.
Par eating, drinking, and cooking
Pure, D.llclous, Nutritious
nr-littrtl V. S. runt 0r
Urcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tin?
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 It), cakes
Gcrrnan Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
Fof Sale bj L--4lng Grocer' In Ilonolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U.S.A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Tha cheap stocks hao had a period
of quiet and slight revtvnl but no one
seems to have nny great arlxloty to
sell at the lowering figures,
On Monday raw sugar returned to
tho old prlco ot 4.36 und has remained
at that figure through tho week.
Beets huvo. held In the vicinity ot 14s.
9d. Sugar circulars all point to u
continuation of this high prlco for
the remainder of our sugar season,
and tho statistical position Is oxcel
lent for it good sugar year for tho
Opinions on the money markot dif
fer. Some will declare that' judging
from'thelr statements tho banks are
almost overloaded with money, and
fmm other sources the comment U
made that nearly all tho financial In
stltutlous are bo ncurly loaned up and
Doctor Denies She Neglects Her
Nursing Function or Any Other
NEW VOIIK, July 2. "I lcny
that high-strung, flno-grnlncd joung
American mothers 'tho modern
neurasthenic woman' as half-baked
literary critics have dubbed her Is
other than tho finest specimen ot
mother In tho world. I deny that
wo doctors or an) one olso Jiave the
right to demand thut simply because
she happens to have a baby it splen
did creaturo should bo treated us nn
nnlmal. Sho should bo treated with
common sense and common human
lty. The educate oung American
mother Is not neglecting her nurs
ing function or any other duty. She
Is, In tho popular vernacular, 'on
her Job all right.'"
This statement was uttorcd with
tho emphasis of clenched lists by
Dr. Charles a, Klrley of Now York,
before tho American Medical Asso
ciation yesterday in tho courso of a
discussion tending to show that the
modern wpman is neglecting her
nursing function for the exigencies
of her social and civic lfc, and that
the threat number of bottle-fed ba
blcs Is responsible for the prcEont
great Infant mortality.
His remarks came aftor a start
ling statement made by A. C. Cot-
tpn of Chicago, to tho effect mat
the crude hyglerilc iaws that obtalri
ed among savages for tho protection
of the primeval mother and her new
born child woro. moro humane ana
scientific than modern social prac
tises. He said that tho price ot civ
ilization with regard to certain con
dltlons of motherhood Is greaf.
Among these conditions ho named
bottle rearing and tho degeneration
of the nursing function of1 womon.
This, he said, relegated the chin.
to that cIsbs where the Infant mor
tality Is terrible, experience show
ing that out of 100 Infant deaths,
$5 were liottle-fet babies.
"That 1b rrimlnal," he declared.
the demarld Is so great tor money that
tho day. Thoro is no cuUnHlnm for the rate of money Is steadily stiffen
their cuubo and tho mjtl oJ ot .amng. Generally speaking money can
lti;;iclui: Ims not liiiimitiM thi1 pihll(io had ut n fair rule nn kimhI neeiir
tstoorn of v;bat clalmi to bo a g,cat jty.
moral ciUso. Prohibition's iMly 1 opo
Is In n intending the rer.
A 8UQQE3JI0N ON ECZEMA.
A special wlrcloss to tho Dull e-1 proscription.
It is Biiggostod that eczema suffer
prs ask tho Honolulu Drug Co.. of this
rllv what if noil n ho li colling fiom
tha patients who have used the oil ot
wlntorgreon liquid compound, I). D. D,
Clash Between State and Church
Threatene- Civil Strife.
MADRID, July 2. Premier Cnna
lejns declared, today that If tho nego
tiations between 'tho (Spanish Govern'
ment and tho Vatican over revision ot
tho concordat were broken off, Homo
would bo responsible. He said:
"Tho full text of the Vatican's re
ply has not been received yet, but wo
know from thu telegraphic summary
that It docs not constlluto a response
to our noto, but Is confined exclusive
ly to n protest nvahibt tho Imperial
decrco of Juno 11 and Is, therefore, nn
Invasion of tho stalo's soveiolgnty,
which, Is not tolerable.
"Thfc church falsely accuses us of
hnntinck on th6' Catholic religion. Wo
nre simply defending the sovereignty
of tho state"
Premier Canalcjns added that if Ih
Catholics persisted In their threats of
n civil wnr ho would have rtcouric 1 1
A dubious element In the situation
Is tho attltudo of King Alfonso, on
whom great Intliienco Is being exer
cised to cause hint to overthrow tho
Tho Promlor Is holding tho Monarch
to n strict fulfillment of tho promises
which he tays Alfonso mado when
tho present Cabinet took otllco.
Cannlcjas' religious reform policy
has aroused tho bitter antagonism of
tho Spanish lCplscopato nnd of Catho
He Societies throughout tho country.
At a recent meeting of tho Catholic
Defense Societies It was announced
that before thu policies outlltiod wcro
permuted to btcomo law Spain would
undergo u perilous crisis, us Catholics
preferred civil war to tho lay kchoul
On tho day tho radical government
assumed power. Cunnlejas said ho
would further thu programme of sell
glous freedom mapped out by tho
preceding MlnUtry. This Included a
rovlslon ot tho concordat and tho com
pelling ot unauthorized religious or
ders to seek authorization under tho
law adopted In 1887. Tho establish
ments of somo rollglous orders not
complying Uh tho terms of this law
have boon slnco closed uy mo gov
ernment. An Imperial decrco of June 11 per
mitted non-Catholic religious edifices
to dlspla the lUBlgnla for public wor
ship. Tho Vatican protested on tho
ground Hint tho status nuo should bo
continued until tho revision of tho
concordat had been completed, Cana
lcjas replied that If the Issue of tho
decree was coupled with tho revision
negotiations the latter would bo brok
en off. Tho Vatican remained firm In
Its attltudo that tho subject of tho
decrco must first bo deposed ot, and
following a cabinet meeting yesterday,
Canalojas declurcd that tho papal pro
test against tho decree would bo Ig
nored and tho government's program
as announced would ' carried out.
1VAS MKltELY TMNKIXU.
The dealer' fn antiques lookod hurt.
"You act as If you doubtbd my asser
tion that theso andirons wcro three
hundred years old." he said, reprov
ingly. "Pardon mo," explained tho custom
er with the polite neer, "I was mere
ly thinking they were not very lull
for their age."
If jou ran't nl warn .'. youi nttli
way, tal:e consolation from the fact
that thero are nearly 90,0O),O0O nlher.1
In this country similarly Blum led.
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Standard Equipment Includes Splitdorf Magneto, Oil lamps, Large Gas lumps, Generator and
NHorn; Mohair Top and Glass Front Cost $100 Extra i
The coming out of this car at
$1350 is one of the big events in the
You can't understand the full force
and scope of this statement until you
know what has gone into the making
of the "EVERITT 30."
The newest factory and the oldest
builders tells the story in a single
Color Royal Blue
Seating Capacity Two, four and Ave persons
Wheel-base 110 inches
Gauge 50 inches
Tire Dimensions 34x3V2 Inches
Brake Systems Two sets, contracting and expand
ing, on both rear wheels
Arranged Vertically, under hood
Cst En bloo
I .e 4. inches
Stroke 4 inches
Radiator Vertical tube
Ignition Jump spark
Electric Source Dry battery and magneto
Transmission Selective sliding gear on rear axle I
Cc.-.r changes Three forward, one reverse I
A carload has just
Gome and see the
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
IS IT JAPAN
THAT WOULD AID
eminent toward tho Madrlz ruuso In Attack Balked.
Nicaragua nnd tho light In which Pro- IH.UEHCI.US, July 9. A combine.
sldont Tnft views Central Amorlcnn defenso forco ot American planters
uflulrrt wcro mado plninur today, when and merchants and Estrada soldiors
the text of tho currosoiidcnco which successfully balked nn attack against
recently passed between President Ponrl Lagoon luto yeslorday when tho
Diaz mid President Tuft on tho ruu- Madrlz gunboat Han Jnclntho, backed
Jcct bccanio public. This conforenco up by tho gunboat Venus, directed a
took placo several wcoks ago, but heavy flto Into tho center of tho town.
Mysterious Offer of A'd to Madrlz '"fhor than baro statements nbout Concealed guns, set up on tho coast
Against the United Stale. Report- 'J10 "chBrnso und Its purport the since the Inst Madrlz Invasion, wcro
ed Diaz Explains Attitude of B,il, Icpaitmont had nothing (o.say aimed against tho Sun Jnclntho and a
Mexico. nbnut It. , , ecoro of her crow wcro klllod out
President Diaz wroto to President right, whllo forty or fifty moro of hor
WA8IIIN0T0N July 3 Tho Stato Tn"' a8 ,,le re,u, of ,no clrpnlatlbn men wcro wounded. Tho attacking
Department give",' groat Importance to "r ""n mMz Dt jmtrul gunboat was practically disabled. Sho
n communication probed today that American governments protos n drifted out to sea. where sho was
Madrlz has been In communication WMl, "u,,,ul0 'l'1!0 ,,"'t''' w nlckcil up by her censor and
with a foreign power for tho transfer Mi,,os '" '!"" f U,"B0. ,.. 'n"" ,l0W" ,ho Ca8t ,0WUra D'U'
111U UAtll'l tl HII UUimio, Raiu -.. ((UIU.I,
dont Diaz, after referring to Madrlz' Thcro wero no casualties among
protest, "I recommend mot earnestly tho defending forces, although much
to your nxcellency that you would dumnge was dono to buildings In tho
reconsidor thoso Instructions whero town that wore hit by shrapnel from
Nlcarugua complains ot permitting the gunboat,
tho government of Madrlz, within n m
to It of an island of Nicaragua in re
turn for tho foreign nation's assist
ance to Nicaragua "against tho Unit
Offlcluls do nut bclluvo thnt tho
power Is Germany, as Is gcnorally bo-
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KUVUll. 1UIIIIUII I (.UIIKUIAUn IIIU ItlltU- . , , 1 tn nMA..m.llun -- 11 ,A, I.- U
roo doctrine. England h opposing '""enuy .rui. l ." '"-""" "" vcry nmencan c.uzen suuum g
M j , 1 1 tllPt compie(e pacification which Is t0 the polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote
.,.,', , ., ...... .., offorod. slnco n prolongation of
jutiurifi miuww iui'hi iiiuts nun ... , .,. ........ n.in,t
StaiO Ot Wlir 111 lliu wiuhi uiibui
;!."."-.."", "'S-!...!,-. Perhaps harm all of Central America. SCOUT CRUISERS
::: ;;i,3'I yor .-c.ll.ncy Wlcvc. that my 1H BACKING TESTS
..7,,,i 7m,,.Bn .... nmH.t .. Bond offlrcs may prove successful in
. is. uub.ftVi- fiit-itt tililli flunrn.
sho get a liaso on thu west coast or mo .-j. "' " """- ,' i V oi clnes In rotrogrado maneuvers, tha
tho American continent. Under tho Inry Knox l.atl sent to Madrlz h n.. ;8 n , ret c"V,rR' 1em
strained relations existing between "i-lf through consul unvoras,
.... n.n.i.,1 for thn. ntioinpntlnn fir n . w.J. Aj l.i..uIM- TI.1nl.:.A
that the power appealed to "'" ""- ,,' " uruisc maae .o uctctuuiic iitan
Madtlz Is Japan.. Japan Is not iruK.i. "- """ "" Elliciency Of Types of engines.
Interested In tho Mouroo doe- "I1 u " ' WASHIN'OTON, D. C. July !).
and It Is manifest that It would " "ot" ' .. . .... m-iii, vnu- tn dBierminlnc the rel
In hnr inirnnin ndvantnen Hhnnld President Tall, 111 ropiy, BCIU UIBZ "" ", . ,
ntlVO CinClOllcy ut uriuun ijiiua uk,
Japan and tho United States, the nc- has already boon published.
centanco by Janan of tho Madrlz of- in nouiuun
This scout cruisers Olimlngbant and Salem
left Prnvlncetown. Mass.. today to en
IJVUU iniuuoiicu. ---. . .
, President Taft spoke ot gage In backing tests off Cape Ann.
hr would be an Immediate cause of conditions In Nicaragua as deplora- Th. Chester, a t i oi in. . .am.
war bio. lie saw: umo, iui, " " -...,-.....
Tho department also gives out tho "As Your Excellency will have snr- trial.. Bch .hip Is "tted with a
Information that It Is suspected that mlsod. tho telegram which Dr. Ma- different type of engine. Two have
American concessionaries undor Zo- lrls ordered sout to you. us well as turbines and ono has reclprocatlug
biya aro still helping tho Madrlz gov- telegrams sont to u largo number of engines.
crnment. Tho clearance of tho tug other govornmonU. in which tho con- I-ater the Ulvmlngham und Salem
Chamberlain from Mobile Is claimed tlnuiitlon of tho Btrugglo In Nlcara- will go to .ca, one to the north At
tn bo Irregular. A mysterious thrco- gun Is uttrlbutod to the policy of tho lantle and tho other to tho south
masted schooner nlpo got away. It Is United States, has evidently been Atlantic, fora, serif, of long rango
haU, Willi munition of war for llm .tintismllled under crronooui Informa- wlrclesn U'rIk.
Mad'rlr faction in NIctragua. tlon with re3pect to the actpal facts , ,.- , ;
Mexico's Attitude. and the principles of International law Make your Plans to Vote next Tuev
Tho attltudo of the Mexlcau gov applicable to tho ens.." day, Con't Evade the lisue Vote No.