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EVENTNO StJtLETtN, HONOUJUJ, f. H., 3ATCRDAY, AUO. 20, 1PI0.
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(irt-at Roductions in the prices of Flowers and
Sailor Hats have been made for this sale.
All Fresh, and Now
The Growing Demand for
attests its popularity
THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
A Clean House means a
. clean mind, pure thoughts
and a desire tor meals, be
cause they, too, must be
clean. Anyone can have
a clean house by using
an ka Hana
The best cleanser of floors
on earth. At your grocer's
I F. L. WALDRON,
. . miMtwmawiiww.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
circles but thorp have been not n few
eents Hint have served In bring nut
In courreto form the
porlty which the rlty
Tills lias been what might, e termed stock to 7 and S ntnl no on up tlio lino
an nvcragcly dull week ln,buslnes (l" confidently iircdlcted. Tor n dull
Reason in speculating, it la doing ory
MrOrj'ilo linn weakened, tlio last
e Rplendld pros-'Balo being at C J2.V Thlt Is brought
r and thn Terrl- 'about by tho nhnrl ernii. but Iho rnn-
lory have been and are now enjojlnp. Idltlon uf tlio plantation linn steadily
i irst or nil was tno nnnuai report improved so far as water and new
of tho President of the Chamber of .crop the Imiinrtnnt details nro con-
I Commerce. Mr. Morgan was able to Cornell.
secure for his report tho figures on j Wnlalua lias strengthened tip qulto
our commerce for tho fiscal ear n llttlo although tho onro expected ex
closed with Juno These show Hint ' Irn dividend, will not ho forthcoming
during the year Just closed Hawaii's Tho stock sold at 130 tho latter part
exports to the mainland nnd lo for- of tho iweek, nnd will probably hold
elgn countries reached tho record- In tho vicinity of that figure,
breaking total or $ir.,48i;,412, and nur Oahu has had the usual Uclsslludos.
Imiwrts amounted tn $2.".,1 .'18,247. On Tiiesdny It sold at 31 12.', nnd on
The major portion of our exports Is Friday flftoon shares ciuno out on
sugnr but Ihn new indusliy of pine- tho hoard at 30.00, which seems lo
apples is coming up tn n llgtirn that bear mil tho prediction that Oahu
Is worth noticing, 'inn output of may go to 30, at which prlco thcio
'of tho jrrr.ii'r f-z iirjt ; -. ,,
''ha' th" 'yntZE.Zt ".'i t3; gt.y
not afford to opsrst? '.a en lr.apad
'cnt cositctltl-.s iadir.?, but could f.ct
ItaVe over tho property sad oj-crsto !t
as cheaply and efficiently as ij now
being dono by private holders. Tlii
commission finds a eondlllon at Ka
hulul not akosether to Its liking but
It suggests n practical way out of It.
pines has Increased from 1000 cases
In 1ou to r. 1 0,1)00 cases for tho sen
son Just closed. Itlco has nearly Bur
rendered Its position held so long as
the export second of Importance. Tho
crop of the Territory Is now valued
Coffee Is steadily increasing ns a
profitable crop In spite, of tho general
opinion that It Is a ruined Industry.
Although the Chamber of Commerce
report did not happen to mention tho
fart, tho output of the great coffee dis
trict, Konu, will ho larger this year
than ocr beforo In the history of tho
Islands. Sinai Is also doing well nnd
cotton Is making hoiiio tremendous
nro plenty of billing orders.
Kwa has sagged an eighth, the last
snlo being nt 33.C25. Hawaiian Com
mercial is strong nt 41
Among tlio new transportation en
tures now talked nbout l tho Konn
Italtwny scheme of Huneynr Wall and
his associates In whom a franchise
was granted by the. Inst Congress. Air
Wnll went tn Konn Hits week tn slnrl
hla surveys. He wni accompanied by
Col. Samuel Parker, who w.111 look
oor tho situation from an Investor's
Clms. J. McCarthy announced this
week tho snlo of his famous Criterion
saloon to C. A. Peacock. Tho prlco Is
reported to bo $2.",000.
Toresler Iliismcr reports that the
reforest rat Inn project on tho moun
tains nboo Wiiliuoii haH been nearly
completed. This will be olio of the
most comprehensive forestratlon pro
jects that lias been undertaken under
Attention wis called to tho tourist
Ononun business this week by tho arrival of
camo out on Friday tlio first time for tho magnificent liner Zenliindln on tho
n long while. It sold between boards ('amullmi-Aunlrtilimiiuu and tho enm
nt 48.2.1, tho last prelous (imitation Ing of tlio Mongolia with u large list
being 4o.no. Tho bidding has livened or through tourist passengers. AC'
up in a way to suggest that someone cording to nil reports tho tourist sea
expects something special. Honokaa
lias gono up nn eighth, and Is now be
ing bought readily at lS.37fi.
Theso cover tho stocks on which
there, has been any active bidding.
Outside tho sugar list, Ilrewory has
sold at 21.873, Hllo Hallway common
nt 12 and Hnwnllan Klertrlc nt ISO,
son Is now all tlio year round. Ilvory
steamer brings a sprinkling of visit
ors, solnetlmos larger nnd sometimes
smaller, but always some.
.Inpaneso about town hao tho re
poil Unit the steamers, of the Japan
ese lines will not stop nt this port
when the deal Is completed w!lh the
Western I'aclllc Hallway, as n result
of which the T. K. 1C. boats are pre
sumed to ho free from tho agreement
with the Pacific Mall. The report has
not been authoritatively confirmed.
Owing to He r.'tie.ved Interest In
Migar price conditions the following
from Willed & (lrnyB latest circular
When it Is considered that two of
From Great Electric Company
strides to the front as uu industry of (tho Inst previous reported sale being
no mean proportions. Trees of hoiiio at lfiO.
of the larger rubber plantation Willi
also come into bcarlag this year. hviinnes nnd Landing.,
Tobncco Is making a place for Itself Another of tho numerous commissions
and according to all Indications In j appointed by tho last Legislature hos
Konn, whom tho largest tobacco en- turned In Its roport, tho Commission
terprlscs uro being carried on, boiiio to Investigate Wharoa nnd Lundlnas
splendid llnanclal results nro to ho On general principles tho Coinmls
scored this year ror tobacco. A great Ulon believes In government owner
crop Is being grown that Is giving tho Hhip or control under government
tobacco company all It can do lo pro- supervision, but It finds n condition
vide tho barns. Tho leaf is. good .and nt the small landings that makes pub-
the peoplo cultivating It nro entirely lie control Inadvisable. Tho business tho largest rcllnerles In New York
satisfied witii tlio roiurns. 'I no pco-1
plo who cure, handle and market tho i
SZTSiS'S'TCKi George Westinghouse May Be Forced
curing process, or unexpected and tin-
tnward happening that sometimes dog I
the path of tho pioneer, are exper- !
All theso things spell prosperity
nnd In nil the newer Industries It Is '
noticeable that tho homesteader, or
email individual planter predominates.
i:veror.o should give thanks that he
There In not an Industry In the list, ,
of any consldornblo proportions, that
Is not u standing argument' for homo
Investment of funds reaped roui tho
productive fields of tho Islands. I
Another interesting and Important
reflection or the piospvrlty or tlio Is
land of Oahu In particular was the re- '
port of tho Oahu Railway & Laud
Co, that held its nnnuai meeting on
Frldny afternoon.' This important '
transportation . enterprise showed '
gross turnings of over n million dol-
lars for tho year closing with Juno j
30. The net earnings of the lompany
for 1910 were J28.7I7.C8 In excess of
1909. The number of passengers car-
ried in luuu wero 494,487 and lor 1910
617,719. A dividend of nine per cent
was malntnlned throughout tho jcir.
Tho rolling stock and equipment of
the company are In good condition
nnd the extensions have made good.
Reminders that tho bcason hns not
seen the best of tho sugar prlco came !
In tho form of nn advance In tlio prlco i
of silgar tn 4.425, where It lias hold '
for several days and today further ad-'
valued to 4.43. Them nro several I
thousand tons yet to go to tho market, ;
und the prospect Is that the avernge
prlco for tho full season will rule I
abovo 4.27, which wus the average se- I
cured for tho crop up to Saturday '
Slocks have not followed tho trend
of the stigur market by any means, i
There seems to be a general feeling
that stocks reached their top notch
during tlio last seavon und now lower
figures in tho prlco of sugar may bo
oxpocted, nnd stocks go down. Tho
averngo man can't believe that Uu-1
wall Is to have threo good seasons,
one. right after tho other, but tho sug-1
ar circulars now coming in bear no '
witness of any serious drop In tho '
price of raws. Wlllett & Gray's lat-
n tur.s J"3J
Tor eating, drinking and cooklnc
Pure, Dallclouj, Nutritious
xv' iZK "'"itr
llff lf M V. H. Piltnt OflW
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Maker's Clmcolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 Hi. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lli. cakes
For S1e by Letdlng Oroctu In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCIIUSTER, MASS, U.S.A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
-:;'i l?ei in ci-'csuanc? cf
i-t.r :r;utls3 tlA.? 2i;.tmily r
duels'? ths ti?n-.a2d. tns rav.- 3?ar
rr.sr'rst hv. dcr.8 s'sll to rer:&!n
rtcfdy threugho-.it this ttcs'i:.
A fair volume of business has been
doni nl rnrrent quntatlnnn nf 3c.
r. & f, for Culms, and 1.30c landed
far Porto Itlcos, Including prompt
shipment nnd second half August
elearanco In New York, and part for
ISostnn; during the early part nf tho
week tlio uilos worn made privately.
"Siune holders think they will do
better by waiting for tho expected
Increared demand after the strlko Is
settle'd, and they may not bn disap
pointed. Receipts nt tho Untied Stntcs four
ports for tho week were heavy, tifi,
311 tons, hut will probably bo small
er next week, whllo meltings (40,
000) keep up pretty well notwith
standing tho strike.
Tho receipts In Cuba continue
rather larger than last vear's, and
tho weather thero Is fmornblo for
tho next crop.
Our usual cables giving tntnl Cu
ban production to end of July, and
exports from Java for month nf July,
hnvo not jet hejn received.
davns aro not freely offored, and
those obtainable are wanted morn In
Kurope than In America; a bid of
1 Is. 1 l-2d. "floating landing" (equal
to 13s. 7 1-2d. o. & f. to Now York,
or 4.70c. landed) was made by Unit-'
ed Kingdom buyers, and was refused
for a cargo shipped1 first half July'.
Tho American refiners nro not In-,
tcrcsted In Javas at present, ns they
cdn buy Cuban sugars nnd carry
thorn moro cheaply, unlll the tlmoj
when Javns can arrive. I
In responso to our special Inquiry, i
wq bao today received cablo ad-'
vIca from llatdvla that India will
probably Import tlils j'enr morn sug.
nr from 'Java than last year, not-,
withstanding tho Increajo In tho
sugar crop of India. -Jaya makes a.
grado of sugar specially suited tn thoj
wants of India, the trade In which i
Is growing rapidly. I
An Hongkong must also draw on
Java more heavily than formerly In
rcpt.ve. the Philippine, sugars now
unavailable, foi' that port, It Is evi
dent that Iho shipments from Java
to Kurope and to America tills year
will bo' considerably reduced.
uu, r,.v;.ai K.u,. u,, recenB.1. york llonogol, forCstcr, who aro re
oday show largo shipments (20,000 ,no ,)f (h0
tons) from the riilllpplnes to the H,irKCI1tH
United Stntcs during July. Tho ,; ni0 whom noOT0VcU ,,,.
I.uropcan markets are 1 l-2d low- 1)cra na ,,, ,la plo)c,t MenA. ,,r0.
cr for cane sugars, hut 3d. higher lC3tCl, ml cy C01tIll not ,aIk nl)0Ut
for speculative, beet sugar, August tne,r plang or , BKI1incauco nf Ihelr
delivery, being quoted nt H.;vialt to Iloosovolt. Plnrhot said:
11 1-ld. r. o. h. Hamburg, tho par- ..Colonel HooeocU Invited Mr. Oar
Ity of 5.19c. for centrifugals at New neld and mn lo visit him. and that'll
York. September beet Is quoted nt n lcre B 0 t."
13s. lll-4d., the parity nt 4.97c. When nsked nbout his Callfnrnli trln
for eontrlfiiRiilB, which looks low to ,P n ill thai h, m.nle spe"clies there In
lomo people compared with August, bthalf or Illram JohnuoK, a eaudlduto
hut it is really full up, being 3-4d. f,,r the republican nomination for gov
hlghbr than tho quotation by mall, crnor. and for William Kent, a candl
timing September the old beet crop date for th ropiiblleah nomination ror
merges Into tho now crop, tho bnl- cahgress rrom iho Sacr.imentn district.
nuco of the old and first, production "I delivered eight speeches, whirl In'
of tho new crop being avallablo dur- four more thnn I 'Intended to make,"
Ing Hint month. , he uaid. Ho was told Hint since his
New crop beot for Octobcr-Dn:om- departure, fioni New York Colonel
bcr dollveiy U ipioted 3-4d. higher Iloos'volt had iceeUed many Inquiries
for the week nt lis. 7 t-2d the par- from California us to whether tho fer
ity of 4.4Cc. for centrifugals, and mor forester had gono thero ns his
this should bo taken as an index of representative to support Johnson nnd
values two or threo months nonce. Kent.
Iteports of the new European beet ' Ho nnswered that ho had nsver und
crops are generally favorable, except any such Idea, had glon no Biich Irn-
in France, whoro tho roots suffered pi cslon nnd Hint ho had gone to Call-
rrom too much rain during July, but frnla entirely on his own rcsponsl-
some Improvement there has recent, hlllty.
ly been noted. Wo glvo clsewhero "l'mv H'l I 1ml "o sentiment In tho
statement ot preliminary tests of tho est I" regard to tin Iloosovolt poll-
growing beets taken In Germany, elc3? Vor' cnlhuslastie." said Pin-
Khmvlnt? n belter ennrtltlnn (linn nt Cllot with emphasis.
same time last loar. but not nn to "What do they think of the Taft ad-
OF HiS TRIP
Former Forester Denies Having Poced
as Representative of 'Roosevelt.
OYSTKIt HAY, N. Y.. AhR. 10. -
Theodore Iloosevell held a secret ron
ferenco today with James It. Oarflcld
of Cleveland, former secretary of tho
Interior, and Olfford Pluchot of New
that of two years ago.
I "What do you think of tho weath
er?" was his leply. It was raining
hard Just then.
CROWN IS WORTH
HALF A MttllON
From the financial standpoint tho
crown of Iiugland Is worth nbout
$500,000, tays the Now Ycrk Amer
ican. Around the clrclo thoro aro 20
dlumnuds, each worth $7500, mak-
Letters fioni the Volcano House
state that n wonderful transformation
was made In tho crater of KllaWj
volcano this week. Thu'ivrort states
that an Uland of black lava has
formed In Ihn miner nf thi iirttve file
and that from tho opisislto ends or '"K 100,000; two large tenter dln
Ihls Island two cones nro siuiitliur led wondp. each valued ut 10,00()j f.4
hot larti Ui a conslderalilo height. Prd- 'mailer dliinionds, placed at an angle
ceding the clinngo thero was a great rormor, each worth soooj four
( ii4i hllile which carried much or tho ctcsaei. each or 2t diamonds. $00,-
ohl rim Into tlio crater and following 000; four largo diamonds on tho
Uils thu aiiTphur nnd smoko cleared top of tho crosses, $20,000; 12 largo
from tho crater and remained so for diamonds containing the flour-do lis,
several days. Tlu crater nt present $50,000; 141 dlamnndi', $25,000; 20
says the w liter, "esenibles a red sea diamonds In tho upper .cross, $ff00,
of water with n volcanic island In tho nnd two circles of pearls nbout the,
center." rim, $15,000. V
Weekly BuUptin $!, Per Year
tBJJJWWiI ft 14ffl iMitliiiiilMiil itf ill lllrtlftt ij
NUW YORK, July 31. Almost on tho te of tho annual election of 'ofn-
est clrculnr In giving u quotation for cors of the Wostliighouso Ulcctrlo nnd Manufacturing company WaU'stroet
new-crop sugars for Octobcr-Doccm- was surprlsod to get word or a fresh nttiick on tho present management
her delhory of 4 40 parity. This Indl- by President George Woitlnghouce, who Is now n his country place nt
cates that n good level of prices will 1-onox, Muss. It has been a mnttor of common kuowledgo that President
be malntnlned though lliere appears Westinghouso hns not worked amicably with tho management which took
to bo no thrcut of such u shortage as charge of tho cumpnny's nffutra utter tho discharge of tho receivers in
held the market so strong this your. 190S. In fact, during that time ho has hud two six months' ncatloiis
I.'uropo will suffer In Its totul outiiut when the friction between hljn nnd tho other nlllceis, notably Hobort Jd&th.
on account of tho poor seed for Vie er, chairman of tho board, became uci'tet lie Is nt present on one ot
beet tieius. , tnese vacations, which was scheduled to lust until August 1, and Wall
street wus Inclined to regard tho Iniest episode us a confirmation "if njni-
SlotKs. ors which huvo been current since the -spring thut a now president would
Storks lino been dull though tho bn elected this year. It was said with great pobitlveness In tho sticetB that
money mnrkct Is ory easy and no Hobert Mather, who came over to tho company from the Hock' Ihlun'd ut
good loan goes begging In tho num- tho time of tho reorganization und has been the representative of tho
her of shares Olna hns hold tho lead bunking interests which rescued the company from the receivership, would
for tho week Thlu stock started up bo re-elected to his present post. Who tho successor to Picsldcnt West-
tho early part of tho week and grad- inghouso muy bo gossip hud not decided, but It was said with seeming
ually strengthened till the last sale authority that tho senior lco president, I M. Ilcrr, would bo tho cliolio
on Friday was made at C.75. Good re- of tho hanking Interests who domlnnto tbo affairs of tho company. Mr.
port3 continue to fomo In from tho Ilerr, llko President Wistlnghouse, Is a practical man anil bin been long
plantation and tho udvuuiu u the ldeutlllud with the elettrlcul and muchnulcal cud o( the biuluess
TWO MILES IN ONE MINUTE CARS
-,,..- , w.-.. w- t
Two tlm9-nnnlhllntlng steel steeds which lmp been cicuted recently
aro tho big black Uulck Specials driven by Louis Cheviolet und Wild Hob
Iluunan There big cars are rated ns among the speediest In the world
nnd tlio Units i lint v pt, iu get a two-mlli a tninu'e t,p. . d Horn tbcm
Ivfou the end uf tho year.
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