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LOTS $400 AND UPWARD EASY TERMS ALL IMPROVEMENTS
DONDERO Sz LANSING
83 Merchant Street
t everywhere he sets Ills foot nnd risks
his dollar, Ills lntost project Is toi
develop water In the Rule li of Maunn
lei. Ho Intends to get enough water
t6 supply tho llvu stock of tho I.unal
ranch to be created In that section.
Tho next great contest In Honolulu
will be between the real estate men,
and the rock on which they will split
'is, "Who llrst thought of starting a
one hundred thousand club for Iln-
f Some one suggested the 100,000
club tho other day iiml tho II it 1 1 o-
1 1 ii commented fnvnruhly. Tho next
dny another real estato man asked
tho Bulletin why it had stolen his
'Tho slgnlllrant part of this Is that
mora than ono person Is beginning to
Tthlnk along that line. What Hono
lulu has to fear is that the contest-!
ijnts for tho honor of Inventing the
thought w III lndulgo In such u wrung.i
YSmt tho community will forget all
about the main iiropositlon of (ivory.
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(me uoosiing ui uuiiti up uiu iuiuui-.
tlon or Honolulu. I
Taking everything Into considera
tion, however, this city and the com
munities or the other Islands are
it.tn .1 llllnrt In lint ,llat,lua tnillpa
that glvo rise to a difference of opin-l
tnn nml lirnnl: 1111 nnlltlcnl families.'
at lenst not for a month.
One great Bource uf difference Was
settled on Tuesday when tho voters
gust their ballot on the question of
Prohibition. That was passed upon In
such n decided manner that everyone
Is satisfied, though tho minority may
not be huppy over It.
The Prohibition plebiscite has exor-
clscd much the same lnlluence on bus
(incss that Is exerted by a holiday, lie
iforo the day, they were busy getting
trendy for It and tho remainder of tho
week they wero hard at work getting
ibvor It. Generally spo.iklng, the ef-
Ifect of tho Plebiscite voto an buslnejs
Kb good. It obviates tho Legislature
taking up an uttack on licensed busl-
For eating, drinking and cooklne
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
ness. and destroying property, and It
is ono guarantee at least against a!
labor crisis nmong that portion of our.
population that does not understand a
lnw thnt tirnhllittfl. nr nttnmtitn tn '
what they consider n proper article of
Ilrewery stock took an Immediate
Jump. The stock that was weak at
19.0b on Monday could not be had for
21 on Wednesday.
Other' stocks wero not affected to
any great extent Walalua has weak
ened on nccount of tho now accepted
certainty that the three per cent of
Prodis which the stockholders expect-1
ed us dividends will be Invested In'
permanent Improvements of the plan-!
Oahu has dronncd off with occasion-1
al revlvnls, but tho general tendency
It, ilnurnnnhl Thin unn.'.. fVtltit i.it '
a uuntinuim , tun vt.i a wttui vi ui
has been a disappointment to some,1
though It will run between twenty
nine nnd thirty thousand tons. Ac
cording to the street rumors, the Oahu
wells are not In as good condition as
might Bo desired on account of tho
Heavy 'drain upon them with no heavy
soaking rnlns to replenish. Water is
always In demand but Oahu Is not
(differing In n imluilyT lo suggest ex
tremes. The development of wutor
supply from tho 'mountain's Is going
forward rapidly. Knglneer Jorgcnsen
Is, spending n(l lils, time In the moun
tains back of jbe .plantation, where
his men are cutting "trails and whero
ho In measuring the supply to bo ob
tained by diverting the waters now
running to wasto through tho Wal
hole and Walkane streams.
Honokaa has figured In tho business
of tho week at 18.125 and 18.23. Olua
and Mcllryde have sold In fair sized
lots at 6.25 und 6.35. Both these
stocks aro strong nt tho prevailing
figures as tho prospects for both prop
ertles continue excellent for the com
lng season. This is particularly true
of Olau, as regards its crop, and the
reduction of its expenses. Tho bright
spot In tho future of McDrydo is its
water development that has provided
all the water that tho tunnel men
lUtfUarail U. 6. l'ltiut Offlet
l Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Maker s uiocoiatc (.unswect
cnfcd), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb, cakes
For Stl.'Ly Leading Grocers In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U. S. A.
150 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
y EUROPE AND AMERICA
licports from tho Hnmnkim ditch
are that the water Is coming down in I
larger quantities than the contract
calls for, and tho lower ditch has wat
er to sparo. Ono of tho projects of
tho Irrigation company will be tho re
inforcement of Bomo portions of tho
upper ditch. It Is found that quite n
little water Is lost through seepage.'
Consequently tho morn porous parts
of Ihu ditch will bo lined with wire
netting covered with cement thnt has
proved so effective In tho lower ditch.
Word comes from Washington that
the Treasury Department will soon Is
suo tho orders for local Federal offl-j
clals to proceed with tho condemna
tion of tho additional land needed forj
tho Mnhuku site. Meanwhile the lin-'
HrnvittnpnfM flu tlin PilmnilnH lilnplc'
contlnun und none of tho occupants I
of the other buildings show any signs '
of planning to movo. The general lm-
presslon is that the condemnation
will ho n very long drawn out affair
nnd most everyone believes that Con
gress has not appropriated onough
money to satisfy the damages thnt
will bo awarded.
Trnin-Puclllc Hare. .outside, so that If tho plant Is run tho rains set In, nml Is looking well
Yachts of the trans-Pacltlc rncojfull .purch'nsc for shipment to this Tho most contradictory opinions tire
came In thli week, The Hawaii won, market cannot bo long' delayed As heard from plantors concerning tho
arriving on Siindny The 8weethcnrt sellers of raw sugar do not like to prospects for the next crop, As n
followed and tho Mollllou was third. I make shipments to Now Orleans, par- matter of fact Jt Is too early to ex
Thus Hawaii lids lauded tho prizo and tlculnrly at this tlmo of year, nothing press nn opinion. However, die fact
the challenge iriust come from tho Pa-lean bo had for shipment to that port exists thnt generally planters were
clllc Const in tho future. This propn-l today nt under 3 I-lCc. cost nnd not able to put In their usual iintillty
Hilton Is not regnrded ns so much of. freight for Cuius, nr 1.42c duty paid, of full plantltigu und on liio o'her
n promotion featuro ns wns llrKt ev'nnd no doubt ilUc. cost and freight hand, that tint prospects, so fir are
pected, but It Is prnhablo thnt the, would hnvo to he paid before an very good at Sagua, Calburlcti nnd
sportsmen of the city will .keep nt it quantity of sugar could bo secured, most places east of those ports.'
until they gain tho end of making tho j Tho market closes Arm, on the? basis' Europe. Tho situation nbroad re-trans-Puciflc
ruco nn nffntr nttractlng! of 4.33c. tn 4.3Cc. duty paid for 90 rcn- ninth's about tho name, with prices
national attention. Tho yacht Hawaii trifuguls, 3.93c. to 3.8C. duty paid for nnrtnntlno- within n narrow run ire.
made n good showing In light tflnds
that prevnlled nil the way down.
89 Muscovudoes, und S.SSr. to 3.01c,
duty paid for 89 molasses sugars. t
CiiInIi (lumn has wired Messrs.
Wlllet & Oniy that tho production of
Cuba up to July 1st Is 1,C89,GTS tons.
Wo have nn interesting lotter from
Tho Oahu County Liquor ConimlS'
slon took nn imnortnnt nctlon on Frl
. ,tv tuiu . iiiivicmiug lunci nun
day afternoon when It decided to nl- our Havana correspondent, who suys
ovv tno .oteis of the city una tho; ,.T1)0 weathcr colUlnuefl Bcncrnlly
Unon Orll ns well as tho Haleivva fnvorabi0 for tho ErowlnB cane.
Hotel to sell liquor lo guests on Sun-J From ,,, howeMr comi,iaintB
days und after hours. Ihero has been M0 lnt ,. d M ,m m(1 u rf.
general dissatisfaction with tlio Sun- cffoct , the riU(j0H , uc.
day closing movement for tho hotels' BJC(1 ,he B ,nllllnfiB to im rtxlont
and principal restaurants, particular-. ,,,, -, , ., mll .. .,,,
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Sugar (Tn .Marlit.
All of Hawaii's crop oxcept soven
ty-nlne thousand tons Is either mur
kcted or on tho way. Manager Now
ell of tho Sugar Factors Company
gave u statement to the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
on Friday that shows 349,000 tons
marketed of the total 428,000 tons that
tho Sugar Factors Company estimates
It will handlo this year. This leaves
79,000 tons yet to go forward. All
this sugar has been sold well above
four cents nnd It Is highly probable
that the general nvofngo for tho year
will run about 4.2.1. i
'llonomu finished grinding July 10.
The crop was G570, which was 230 less
Onomea will finish early In August.
Tho probable yield Is 12,300 tons, or
nearly 400 tons above tho estimate,
repceked,' which will also finish
early In August, may reach 7000 tons,
which will be over 400 tons below the
Kwa plantation finished grinding
last week with u record of 32,392 tons.
Walalua will finish the fifteenth of
August with a crop of ubout 31,000.
Oahu expects to close down tho lust
of August Svlth something oyer twen
ty-nine thousand tons.
Tuxes nnd Collcd'oni.
Truesufcr Conkllng reports thnt ho
has reduced the cost of collecting
tnxes from four und a halt for each
ono hundred dollars to two and one-
half per cent. It Is gratifying nlso to
learn that as tho cost of collection
has decreased tho total amount of
taxes has increased. Tho total for tho
year Just closed Is 2,72C,tr,0.0i ns
compared with $2,080,635.71 tho year
previous. The assessed valuation of
tho property of tho Territory has In
creased to $10,2C9,3C7, ns against
$138,910,820 tho previous year. Claim's
valuation Is $75,494,470, Maui $28,
071,605, Hawaii $30,928,541 and Kuuul
$15,774,691. Tho Treasurer had on de
posit In tho various bunkB on July 29,
$1,125,548.80. Tho Territory of Ha
waii Is In very good financial condi
Tho Promltlon Commlttco received
t,wo notable letters from Pccretnry
Wood this week. Ono was from tho
hotel on the Atlantic City boardwalk,
whero tho Hnwull exhibit Is located,
stutlng that tho singing of tho Ha'
wal I an songs Is not sufllclcntly refilled
or guests nnd the management of
The other is thnt Mr. Wood attend
ed an nvlatlou meet and became so
enthused ,wlth tho feats of tho airship
pien that ho proposes air routes to tho
Volcano ns a featuro of the Island at'
tractions. Whether tho . Island peo
ple aro riot up to dntn or tho Secre
tary Is suffering from tho heat will
bo known as time goes on nnd wo get
accustomed to seeing airships us well
as hearing tell of them.
John T, McCrosson goes after water
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y on nccount of the demnnds of tho
transient population. Tho uUlon of
the board will bo generally approved
and wns no doubt brought to a focus
by the voto of Tuebdny.
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Dondero & Lansing Is tho name o
tho latest real estate firm. .Mr. Pon
dera has mndo a good record in his
work undqr the nnmo or tho Uu.veilan
Realty Company. Mr. Uinslng .s one
of the joung men , of the city -'ho l
branching out for ,hliugelf. Ho is the
joungest son of Tlioa P., I.nnslng. The
first project of thli Arm will be to put
tho tract on the corner of King itieet
und Kulukuun avenue on the 'uurket.
central. Hut ns u rule tho eceounls
nro that the cane Is recovering ulnco
Tho mnrket closes flat, as follow s-
July Uu)ers 14s. Cd., equals 5.0De.
duty paid New Yolk.
Angus Iluycrs 14s. 8d., equals
5.13c. duty paid New York.
October-December Ituyers Us. 5H
!., equals 4.42c duty paid Now York.
January-March Iluycrs lis. 6'4d ,
equals 4.42c. duty paid New York.
Itcllned Sugar. All refiners' prices
nro on tho bnsls of 5.15c, ensh less 1
per cent, f. o. li. New York, with tho
exception of tho Fedorul Sugar Itclln
lng Company, who is selling nt 5.10c.
for prompt shipment, und r,.l5c., with
28 days' delay privileges. Tho heavy
withdraw alt, together with strike,
troubles, Is causing shlflments to bo
badly delayed, particularly with tho
Hnvemeycr & lllder refinery, who havj
practically withdrawn certntn graded
of sugar from the market.
Tho lecturo given by F. M. Fulti at
the Normal School last evening wns
largely attended tho subject of tho
discourse being tho Yellowstono Na
This Is tho fourth of tho series nf
lectures given heforo tho teachers'
summer school and practically all of
tho teachers and many friends wero
present to hear Mr. Fultz. lecture.
Tho subject was well handled nnd
n largo number of slides depicting
scenes In tho park wero showil.
Mr. Fultz Is superintendent of
schools In Santa llarbara, California
nnd Is on a vucajhm trip to Hawaii.
Tho uvcrugo man doesn't Improvo
his time when he' tinkers with his
Joseph Mclnecko has nccepted the
position of engineer of the Pula Mill.
Mnul, and cipccts to Icavo Kohala
nt the cloho of the season or booner.
Kohala will loso Mr. Melnecko nnd
his family with regret. Ho has re
sldod there for thirteen ears, dur
ing which tlmo ho has been In the
employ of the Ilentons James Ken
ton, tho father: fleorge, on Kohala
plantation; .lames, ut Paaulln, and
Henry, nt Union Mill. His rela
tions with then! all' through have
been of the plcasantcst, and ho. Is
loth to leave them. Hut his new lo
Bltlon Is n promotion to larger re
sponsibilities. Vila Mill makes 35,
000 tons n eur. A great deal of
new machinery is to ho Installed.
Norman Q, Campion, for many years
tho engineer at Ouomen Sugar Co ,
has accepted a similar position with
the Kwa Plantation Company, taking
(ho place vacated by Mr. Uos'woll, 'ho
has retired aftor many years of faith
ful and successful service.
One of tho Importnnt real estato
deals of the week was tho purchase
by the, Henry Wuterhouso Trust Co
for a client of the famous Wallelo
pluco of Allan Herbert In Kallhl Val
ley. The prico was eight tho.uand
Tho Federal lteporter of July
says of tho law sugar market:
Ituit Sug.ir. Tho situation remains
tho winiu as In our last report. Vto
flnors hnvo bicniodlng off, while
skiers' Ideas remain firm, on tho basis
of 3.00 c, rout arid freight, or 4 36c.
duly paid for 90 lost, for sugar nllout,
or for shipment during July. There
nro no Indications of any wonkness.
Ono reason given tor tlin laftjc of Inter
est on tho part ofVunnors Is tho strlko
situation, which has becomo qulto se
rious. Tho Huvcmevcr & KIdor refln
ery has been closed down, and today
It is reported that thoro is a possibil
ity of tho strlko, extending to spmo of
the other Dronklyn refineries, but up
to the close there nro no indications
of this. Tho oxtont of trouble of this
kind Is of courso vory hard to figure
on. The difficulties may bo ndjusted
within tho noxt few days, on tho other
hand might last for somo tlmo. The
American Sugar Refining Company
will no doubt supply their trade by
shipments from tha other refineries
It Is understood the New Orlcnns ro-
finery has recolved orders to run full;
up to tho prcwint this plant hns been
operutlng onlj on nbout half tlnie. It!
Is said that supplies of raw sugar In I
New Orleans nro only sufficient 'to run'
tho refinery threo to four weeks nt tho
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