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RVKNINQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II . SATfllDAY, SKIT 17. 1010
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3 Ell IE
Something New H. S. Martinez, Mgr. m
Electric Co., Ltd.
I Engineering and
ft g(. - uoutracung
House Wiring, Repairing, Supplies
M IN BUSINESS CIRCLES -
Motors inspeoted and kept in order
at a small monthly charge
j I I S ' A Jfl - t - f.
jtaH 1187 Alakea St. nr. Beretania . jj
Ii!bni rriFnririrn nJll
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BperH the Home
Your home will be healthier when you
manej(free u'se of a good 'beer.
,-Xhe sturdiest peoples ofv the world drink
beqr---ink it from childhood to age.
: The early history of our country proves
the benefit of drinking beer, for the men who
gujded the young nation through the trials and
perils of war and internal dissensions were men
vlo not only drank beer but personally inter
ested themselves in the brewing. V
I Knowing the value of heer as a food for mind and
bod,yyAcrncpjiirqgc.dji5-Msc?i).y , ilu.se nbouUlhcui. ,- . .'.. .
"sl'hc pioj cr drinking of beer' is good for the weal;" find"
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Be Mire t order for your home.
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The Deer Tlmt's .ftrewad
uciin llui ( tin imp
1-olltlcs la held rcfl))tilble for nil
other featureless week In tho hudnoss
of' tho city, tit In partly politics nml
more of it'fcdlmg-tliuKso fur as Biigar
stocks nro concerned It Is perhaps
belter to wait u while unci take
chances of making purchases nt low
er rates than nro ruling nt the pres
Immigration mid Simnr.
Two facto nro itt work to provent
activity in tho stock mnrkot. l-'lrst
tho agitation over the Immigration
question tnnke's ninny feel solnowhnt
uneasy over tho future, as tho sugar
Itiihintry Ib largely dependent on new
Immigrants to nil tho places of tho
men continually going nwny. If any
thing hnppons to-prccnt the continu
ance of tho Immigration policy of the.
Territory, It mount! Unit field lnbor for
tho plantation "must be from tho Phil
ippines, and Micro people arc far from
Ideal as men to Imlld up the country
Second, men who figure In tho local
market nro waiting till they know
more of tho new crop conditions of
Huropo nnd tuba and can g6t" n bet
ter line on tho probable price of sugar
for tho coming campaign
Nearly every man locally who stud
ies tho world's sugar conditions pre
dicts that tho price fur the coming
year will hold well In the vicinity of
four cents. Hut Hawaii has hud three
such exceptional yearn that many bal
ance their judgment ngnlnst their fear
that nnothcr exceptional ear Is too
good to be true.
Sugar mid Tariff.
Some tnlk about the tariff agitation
on the mainland nnd cvpress the fenr
that It will reach the sugar schedule.
Mr. James Wnkelield, who recently re
turned from a tour of the States, as
well as Europe, docs not join in this
npprchenslpn, after a nearby vlow of
tho mainland situation Mr Wnke
lleld says that the opposition to tho
present tariff Is widespread nnd seri
ous to the point of bitterness Tho re
tailers aro especially up in urms
ngalnst It. Hut when It comes down
to exact schedules (o be attacked or
likely to be, raw sugir docs not ap
pear to bo n special 'object of .attack
among tho people. The prleo of sug
nr has not advanced to tlu consumer,
notwithstanding the great outcry that
Is being raised ugnlnst tho Sngnr
Trust Consequently tliero Is not tho
popular backing for the attack on tho
sugar schedule that ijxista as regards
many others.' Flnully, 'silfcar: still
holds first place, as a retenuo produc
er anu tne sober imminent of the pio
plo will not overthrow, good. iour r
at Incomo. f
ncss men of this city nnd of the li
lnuds to do, If they will hae the good
sense to realize that every man should
hold himself lesponBlbto for two
votes lilu own .nnd Hint of it neigh
bor who Is now on the other hide.
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llt-iil tNliiiPf.Miuliiir. , t; J
Heal estate., contlnuo iicilve. That
Is to nay, there Is Ulte an amount or
trading In email lots nnd small ium'3.
Tho town Is RiuWInn Unit the demand
for lonlitls tit ifltt-en, twenty mid
twcnly-Iho dollar.! it. month Ik con
tinually Incfenslnj Tho tr.idliu In
real estate Is of tho ch.ir.ir'ei- that
protes tlto solid mid Meud city
growth which will go on regnrilttMR
of tho condition of tho sug.tr ni.ukot.
Tho futtirn ilonoluM will be it -ire.tt
city by renson of tho people coming
,hcre In connection with I-Vderal oper
ntlnns and those fo'low'lng tho toau.'t
tide nnd dropping off to itay, If ftoin
no other cause,
Ono.of the i-enl t-stiito ileal,! of the
week Is tho purchase' bv tliti Ilm.ry
W.ltnrhouse Trust Company of tho
McCully-Illgglns piooerty nt I'nwa.t.
It was so'il by Magoon and l.ightfoot.
The lcai-e hating let )C,nrH to run cov
ers property Including the old Jlc
Cully hon-estrnd and i-otuts muiio .dx
acres In urea. .
Jliim-j Kn). ' '
In tho midst of the -dull days "on
the street" tho money nrtrket Is re
ported at very easy. Dl.Jdends aro
being paid regularly and allliniigh a
good deal of this money Is going to
pay assessments on various freak oil
and mining schemes of'tlie. mainland,
the period of wltd-cnttlng has come to
n standstill and more money Is re
maining ut homo In the new local ventures.
lulu nnd the hotels will bo out to It (
to accommodate all Ihe people At.
tno present lime it Is Mated teal nil
n npnrtinent houses .mil horn- hotels'
nra cnla.gltm their quarters to takoj
care of the Guests coming thus enily
In tho KPann.
Among the Jnpuneiu of tho city, the .
loport Is In circulation (hat when
tho Toyo Klsen Kclslm parts' company .
from tho Viic-Mr Mall, tho local ngency
will bo handled by it strictly Japan
ese firm, Initead or by olio ,of the
Rugiir-Ktcnmshlp ngenclei'. ,i y
'' ' ,
iNi-rt hnnii Mni-r.
' Tho Inter, Island, Hteaill N'ntlg.itlon
company.-has rect-Ived b'lds froni nil
the nutlqhtnij shit; yurls (0 whicli tho
plans were' sent, for tho i-otistruttlon
nf it new pasacnger steanier or Ihe
.Manna Kca t)pe for the Kulia-lJau
run. I'nfni Innately the cost' of ron-
strurtlug n ship of (his kind will bo
much greater at, tho picEonl than
when the Mninin. Ken was buill Hut
the Inter-Island realizes the necisslly
for providing for tho Kotia side of
Hawaii and the newest and largest
liner of the fleet will bo running on
that route before veiy long Kimn Is
it growing district that ihwrtos nt-
lentlon In matters of transportation,
and with n fast sli'.itner service, It
would be one of tho most attractive'
roues to the Volcano.
UNCLE SAM SEIZES
Tho Hank of Honolulu, at a raw-,
Ing held recently, added the nnmci ,
of A. N. Campbell, W. II. Mclneinvi
and II. M. Whltnev to its board or ill-'
Slocks bate been M-ry Inactive All
the stocks nro fairly strong nt ruling '
prices but 'here is i little demand ;
limbers i. nro the blame on polities.
This may bo on 'ilccmint of tho fuel '
tunt thro-! members of the Htock Hv
cliiingo and tho iiKsMthnt Kectetmv.
nro either active factors in the Hepu'i-,
llcnn campaign or candidates for clc -'
Santa Monica Company io Bo
Prosecuted Under' the Pure
ST. I.OUIS.'Mti Kent, fi. On-, him.
lri-il nnd ono cases, n-ich riininliiiiur
Jhreo dozen cans of "jellow true? eggs
Substitute," u -preparation ntnmtfnc-
lured nt Santa Monica. Cnl.. by tho
Tine Cgg conipanv. wire seized to
day at the Columbia transfer com
jinnt's v aivhouiies hi ilio Culled
States ilepjilment or agriculture The
M-lzuie was aiilhoilred h It M
vhnitoii food and ding l.ispecloi- anil
thi rompnm win l pro-cutnl mi-
Por catlnct drinking and coohlnr
Pure, I)ollcIou, Nutritious
l!r;iMrrrt t V l.U1tl OIT.
JJrC-llUl.lS' I'lHOIl, l-2ll. tilts
linker's (Ton ulato (tinsMCL-U
i-iii-d), I-.' II. cal;cs
l-l Hi. cakes
Tor Site by Leading Grocers In Honolulu
Waller Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCIIliSTEK, MASS, U. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
der tho ptiro f miM act The invparn
llnu contains only a portion of tho
while of the egg. nccordlng to Insicc
tor Wharton tlie'nnjor portion being
'milk e-selii and stuicli, rolorcdd !
low to Imitate a drUd egg Thu pen
nlty for contlctlon Is louflscatloii of
tho goods by tho government and n
lino of J200 Air subsequent offenset
tho line is raised lo $tnn with Impris
onment optlin.it with tho Judges.
53erBlJL1-ETIN ADS PAY-gBQ
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fettW. JainHr anH
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Our Onn Ai'i'alr. '
Ono business man lias exiireoted the
very sensible Idea that tho people of
this Territory should .quit worrying
about tho sugar tariff that is quite be
yond their control and give their un
divided attention to tho Immigration
question, that Is entirely within our
local control, nnd upon tho proper so
lution of which depends as much of
Hawaii's future prosperity as the tur
Iff I'eoplo of these Islands are too
much given to talking wisely about
what CongrofcK should do for them,
overlooking the real tusk that Is right
handy. There can't bo an) thing dono
ngnlnst tho tariff for two years or
inoro. Hut right hero jn our ml 1st
tho enemjes of proaiwrlty nro prepar
ing to )lnp up tlm-Ignorant ami un
thinking voters behind it scheme that
will bring our Immigration to n
standstill In u comparatively few
Inontlis. ' '
There Is lots of wqrk for tho busl-
' ' lbiti-.
' niinn I.'loctrle Canipunt
- fending oiu- notices thu
nunclng it further reduction
.Ico or electric current fn-
li;,. Tho milieu ulys: "A rate
j iii iov. per kilowatt hour will apply
I for the flitt two kilowatts burned per
'month, for eusri 10-cp. lamp Installed
in- Its equivalent A discount of 'c
per kilowatt will bo given on nil cur
lent in excess nf two kilowatts pp.-id-cp.
lamp per month. If paid on or
bifore tho 10th of tho not suco-ed-Ing
month. The excess current will
therefore cost lint fie. ner kilowatt
hour. The rate applies to bills Tor
Septcmliei and nil succeeding months
until further notice"
Thai just describes our new
Oxford styles in Women's Rccal
Shoes. No other rcadv-lo-wear shoes
for women have their trim, graceful lines.
W REGAL SHOES
Nfi FOR WOMEN
embody every latest fashion-feature of the most expen
sive custom models now being worn in New Yotk and
other lashton-centres. 1 hese Regal ttjlcs also give
you the pcrlcct hi nnd comloit ol madc-to-mcasurc
elioes because they arc made in quartcr-flzes.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Kinir and Bethel
Becretry Wood In bis latest loiter
to tho Promotion Couinilltee, remols
Hint thu big oxrurslnn from tho Nerlli
.(sl is it certainty tills year Oirr
two hundred people from that sec'loii
of tho countty will nrrlvo liero tho
t.nldlo of FclirtniY -n tmo to tnlie in
tho Volcano, tho I'lornl I'arado and
bate a week In Honolulu. I'nl.t al
Elgns fail thu coming winter will I
in exceptionally busy ono In lloiiu-
ctrrrrr--r. W Z ;-rrr- ,
PERFECT BUEND . ;
"" felWRANTEEn UNDFR NATIONAL PIJFfE FOOD ACT.""
America's Finest Production
T-Gvejoy & Co., Soo A,Q;ents
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