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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
N4ver has theto been n tlmo In.
, the history of the Islands and es
pecially of Honolulu when the proa
ieH of a low price of sugar could
be Contemplated with, s6 little up
pfehenslon In Its effect on general
business, vcrlius there been a
reason whanMriejiMLr.il jind radical
discounting of (be futurej could Imve
co little depressing lnllueli on the
general retail Qhrlstmas trade.
Honolulu Is 'just on lhe edge or
one of the mast 'prosperous' and lively
Chrirtmnf) seasons It has ever ex
perleuced Eplte'ri'the fact that the
former barometer of nil prosperity,
the stock market, has been doing Its
utmost to reich Iho bottom, even the
Causes of 3 rength.
the cause fop this Is. first, that
the number of speculators Jn the
stork innrket Is comparatively
Second, the round financial condl
tlon of all the sugir corporations Is
V n guarantee against the necessity of
calling for additional funds to carry
them on; dividends will bo reduced
but probabl) not entirely wiped
Third, a great hod of Ilonolu'u'A
population Is securing a good In
come dire tly, and Indirectly from
menfs stationed In nnd around the
i'!. The commftaary department
can ttipply most everything but not
Consequently the pcoplo who argue
that the condition of the stock mar
kit may( cast a shadow over the hol
iday Mrt'huif nrj basliig their figures
en the- oondlUoji of former daB, and
ntii en tjie fats of the present
lliii; ilmhas1 ,pifcsed when the
flock' market Is everjUiliig In the
city of Honolulu And It Is mighty
fuitunate that it Is si).
tft taw ttigar pflc69
The ohUa'H for dredging flonft
lulu harbor hns been awarded the
American Dredging Compati)
Contractor A. P. Mardonald Is In
Gi hiding Season.
Atthoii(,h the neV ceason ran
Vint.llw 1 fcnlrl In (.AbA l.n Ilia
ot.ll- plantation, have started' Off rlarge of the construction of the
binding the new crop, nnd one of new ' "V Vw . I ." I
,i' ,jL . : ., opened to the public ifext week This1
tliu til t;i iLUii-uanii iiii.il Bin uitrin .
theater Is on the site of the old
WW ,b here the early,part Of next l"1" " u,c, ",e "' lno, " ,
week k.dy trJ'take out the-tlrst new P lce - nnd, hn tomnlrtecl
niii uinnr oia inuTMift iii:iiiin suunn
Hawaiian Commercial has made n
start on Its crop which this ear
will run from ',4,000 (o AC, 000 tons.
with nudevllle In the rlt of Ho
nolulu, all apparentl doing welt.
Another effort has been made to,
Hawaiian Sugar begins grlmllng1)inM Ul9 bUumllc 1)avlnK or(,innnc(,j
iiextfwfcK. Maul Agricultural starts for the bene(U ,, Vott 8trpct ,mj
thi.nrft. nnd Mcf!rde-tne fifteenth Wtnmlt re8ult. (fr,0 Fort street
inner, wnimanaiq siuns up paving proje wll probably go oyr
Wallukn Dee. 4. HonOhiu and 0 (ha now rionrd ,)f Slipervfor6.
Onorifea about January 1. So far as
the size of the crop Is concerned the
reports arc favorable nnd the pro-
The local lied Cross Society this
week rpfiolvecl in tnlll thn nrmv t1
duct of the Islands will be about w)tk4r, wn0,j alm ,n ,(fe ,, ,0 px
the same as the season just closed.
The amount of business done on
the stock exchange the past week
will suppOrt this statement tb the
letter if aioono should take occas
ion to doubt it. What few trans
aulOns there have been, were all on
falling prices though the dividends
-tinalM the same no. I In the casoOf
.. Vrn a i ." i witness the slide to 3 3ft that has
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terminate the mosquitoes The
cause is a good One and one that fs
a piirelv business proposition to this
The mosquitoes miut be kill-
Supar F ce.
.The price of sugar has advanced tjlty
from 3 87 for centrlfugnls the first, ed off. but In nrcier to do It not n few
of the week to 3. St. Meets In the, of the swamna of the oily suburbs
some period hnvo advanced from it mint ho wiped out That will re-l
ltd to 9s d. Haw sugar prlcesj quyre condemnation and public
no longer have an Influence on the.monev. Honolulu must rid Itself of
I market. Kverone Is waiting to. the mosquito If It would prosper.
will continue. -
Despite the prediction by Man
dger .1. I'. Cooke of Alexander &
llaldwln that the dividend of Ha
wallan Comnierclil will undoubtedly
remain the same through the ear.
the Mo 4, of that plantation sold
i'owii to 31 on Wednesfur. The
the followers of Pollltz.
Horn! Parade plans are progress
Ing very satisfacturll) There Is
now a prospect that llllo people will
have entries in the parade Koch
J ear (he event becomes more an in
the work that Is being carried for- bid on lVJo. was 36,60. Oahu Is
ward by the redernl government. moving down the list selling nt 24
Hiurth. the tourist population Is n on Wednesday Ktoa has dronned . for the Kona-Kau run This wl."
constantly increislng quantity. It to 211.75 ond Walahia Is So bid with,'! the Konas a flrist class passen
brings mo'ne to tlio rlty and sup- probably SO.SO (he price at which . Rer service and make the Kona
lorts n permanent popu atlon of no it rhuld be sold, Honokni dropped route to the volcano much more pop
mean proportion. , to 12 on a slle of twenty five Bharesijihir'. The, steamer vlll tost $360,-
nflh, the reduction In the cllvl- nnde On the board Friday. The! 000
detids for the coming jear will nftt latest sale of Pioneer was at 105,
tiiko from, Honolulu's purchasing and the rtock Is likely to co lower
New Island Liner.
One of the mc Important an
nouncements of .he weel m thai
contained ex iluslveh In the II u I
lot In of Krldav which cave th.) Governor Freir and the Superln
public the news of the Inter-Island totuTont of Public Works started for
directors having voted to orde- n'" ""'r Of Hawalljlils week. During
steamship of the Mauna Kea t p tho trl tX will, apiwrilon home-
airaus uiai ,nve ueen drawn in me
last few months.
D M Carmen of Manila Is In the
city in ronncctlon with the landa
000 or more nnd will have such lm-or the t'aiamlm estate that furnlRJH
provements as experience with th--.eil the basis for roue remarkable
Mauna Kra has sugceMed. The I'M" I frenzied finance bv A P Thayer.
mnver n crf.iter sum tlinn nnn ink. In otmnnfiiv wfih h , i .inn,,, mav be' exnerteJ on the run about Mr Cnrnien stated to Ihe 11 u I-
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eh last jear by the miny mainland nHlmugh the dividend w 111 not llkc-itwele months nfter mo oruer ror
propCsltlonB, oil, mining, etc.. that Iv ho cut lower than to 1 J4 per
techred their prlnclpil funds for op- tent.
eratlonR amOng those who drew their In spite of nnthlng those who
surplus roln from tho prosperity of would hold It up ma siv, the mar-
Hawaii, ket Is dull and weak nnd It will not
8lxth. tho Christmas
construction Is Issued.
13. J Lord has gone to San F-in
Cisco to pur'hase additional plant
for proceeding with tho llllo break-
shopping bo nn thing else until the first of water work, that is to be done- tin-
population has been Augmented h the year comes and the people know der the tender offered b Lord &
tho officers -and men of the new regl- whether the worst Is to be realized Young.
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letln that he Is satlsfed tint W.
V Dillingham was ery much mis
rcprerented by Thaer
Lake View No 2 Oil Company
Home Office: 513 MerchflnU' Trust Building, Io Angeles, Cal.
These Two Wells Are Only 5,500 Feet Apart
Lake View No. 1 late View No. 2
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Lake Viev No. 2 was down ab out 1200 ft, Nov. 1.
This is a. picture of Chas. F, 00", the Oil Expert
Lake View No. 1 came in March 15 and does 65,000 Bbls. oil daily. The "Scientific American"
says it il-the most valuable o well ever discovered, producing over one million dollars worth 6f oil
SIXTY-FIVE THOUSAND BARRELS OIL IS EQUIVALENT TO 16,000 TONS COAL, AND WOULD BE
QUIRE TEN OF THE 1ARQEST SIZE - LOCOMOTIVES AND 400 BOX CARS -TO MOVE THE
OUTPUT EVERY DAY.
I am taking subscriptions for stock in the above Company, Tli is a Ramble in oil with fifty
chances in 'your favor as against one to lose. This oil property is located in Kern County, Southern
California, in the center of th: world-famous Midway-Mancopa Oil Fields. It is about one and one
quarter miles from the world-famons oil gusher Lake View No. 1, and .although two separate companies,
pta:tically T.hi same officer and directors are connected with Lake View No, JS it is a son of its
lather. Ihe same manager, Mi. Chas. F. Off, who put down Lake View No. 1, is also manager of Lake
View No. 2. We are six miles nearer the gusher than the Hutunauma, recently exploited in Hono
lulu, six miles .nearer than the Honolulu Consolidated, and three miles nearer than ithe Wm. Matson
well. A 60,000 bbl. well cams in one mile south of us for the Consolidated Midway Oil Company,
tluee other big gushers within one mile east of us, and four within two miles north of us. We there
fore feel bur proposition is almost a certainty. Don't you thj nk thil is worth the gamble when you
consider the immense profits from a good oil well! It is almost a fairy tale. If we strike a 10,000
bbl. well, at 65c per bbl., it is equal to $3.00 daily per 100. shares, and this is only the profit from
one well. We can put down forty more wells 6n our property. Lake View Noj 1 has been doing 65,000
bbls. daily for over eight monthr, at 65c ebmes to over a raill'on dollars profit every month; their itctek
cost 00c, now it takes all kindi of mney to buy one share. Our stock is 50c per share today, and there
is only a limited amount left, and when sold the price will be $1.00 par. When the well comes in about
February the stock value will be according to the trite of the well. This is why you can buy stock now
at 50c, later is may be worth $50.00. Lake View No. 2 well is down about 1200 feet with a 16"nch
hole. The driller's log shows we are going through the same formations as Lake View No. 1, 'with
every indication of striking a well equally as large. (
Every man who engages in business takes a ,eh?nce: the farmer's crop may fail, the ship may sink,
even your life is a gamble. A feimble in Lake View Nk 2 OiliCompiny would be $50 to $1 in vour fa
vor. Any man with intelligence takes a charice arid develops into a globe trotter or tourist and lives on
Easy Sreet; the other man who didn't is still a clerk at his old job. John D. Rockefeller might still
be a clerk, but he took a gamble in oil his salary is now about aiU'on (dollars dailv. Every man
and woman owe it to themselves to bettcri,heirconditioii rnnlife.bybuvingiWme stock in this Com
pany, Even a 100 shares migh put you on Easy Street; it is a sate gamble. Do, it now.
Mail me your check 6r P. 0, order tb cover one-third 6f the amount of stock vou wish to order;
The balance is -"-able In sixty days, Cut out your cigars or any other expense and buy some stock,
and later on you ran wear diamonds, and tbis is no idle boast.
Phone No. 3020, or drop ostal fcr appointment.
' J. OSWALD LUTTED,
1130 Fort Stree1, next Convent. General Sales Agent, Honolulu.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN AN OIL COMPANY THAT WILL DELIVER THE
O00DS i-- - 1
Iwnsakl, a anp planting con
tractor of rnar riled a petition In
bankrupted thla week for t24,000.
The principal rredtors are the Olaa
Sugar to and th'e llllo Mercantile
Co The sugir colnpaiiy Is of course
full covered by .mortgage on tho
crop by Which tne advances were
KEW YORK. Nov. 4. Customs
fraud b EmuEgllng;that total il!0,
000,660 a jcar ure perpetrated upon
the government b dishonest citizens
entering this port frobi abroad. That
was amerted by a prominent official
In the UKtohi house. He figured
that the government tecchej 130,-.
000,006 annually on goods duilarcJ
or seized, whereas It should get 50!
Co lector I.oeb has determined to
UFe every possible effort to ledu e
this staggering amount, but it U
Viiown that hit teullicj tho Immenso
diniculty of the task Still, he Is
aided b the recent anuoun n pent of
Juilge Hand In the. States Circu't
Couti that hMenher he would lm
fo&e Jail1 scntenc'i" upon smugglers
1 Tho contemptuous matfnor In
which perrons continue to deceive
the government Was (nutlnfed is
tcrdav In the else of Ml,- Helen ler
rems Of Chicago, Who failed to rink
declarations for wearing apparel
valued ot 1928. Mies .lerrems, when
arraigned before SprMii! Depnty- Rur-
,ejor Hmythu, hlllhelv de.lared that
slie "didn't think thn regulations
mearit anythlngi serious." 1
iP n e counfry that has in-
vj6riTl3.riy spired us with the mar
veloiis music of Wagner, the exquisite
poetry of " Heine, the subtle art of Menzel;
the country that has enriched us with the
wdnderful Scientific discoveries 'of Humbolt
and the "splendid literature of Goethe, and
has contributed to the world's progress the
masterly military ability of Von Moltke and
the victorious statecraft of Bismarck is a
standing testimonial to the
OF GOOD BEER
Under the enervating conditions of our climate there
is particular need for some force-giving tonic, Jnd this
tonic is found in perfection in A ' i'T - "
MwL K t MtT
The .Beer That's J)rewed
To cuit The CTTmeJe .
A Family Beer that should be in every home.
THEY"61E Ifr HATS '
TO HELP MISSIONS
St. Louis Women Forego Win
Bonnets to Make Generous
pectVllous do not point to Its women The Ilaptltt women headed the St.
topping the banner contribution of I.oula list with a contribution of
ISO.OOU raised 111 Knngaa Cltj Wed- $1000
Told They Were Conservative.
"We ure too lonsen.itlve, wo
men," urged Mrs. U 0. llaiitz, nd
drersltiR the women of all denomlna-
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,,,. ., .- ,, , . uuun, Willi ll.t-llliliru ur nil- in,"
?n .r f - ri. J!klS- nation at the Third lUptlst chur 0..
swinging above the speakers at tho
Wlnloii jubilee at the Th'lrd ItaptUt Ue Uil ,,,row "" "'T ""l'"" ""
viiuiiuiiBiu-sn iiiiu fit 11, lu linn itiiitp,
witli tli- euthitslnHii which the Wcst-
Wben Uaby was tuck, w giive her
When she was a Child, she crUd for
When she became Mies, she clung to
When she had Children, Hhr gave them
churclr, which blazoned the Informa
tion "Women spend 120,000'.0u6 for
milliner) and $4,000,0(10 for mis
sions," ttlrred the women of St,
I.wiiIh to action, and runn, forcgo-
II A Strain, of Uirwlll, had n
groutli removed from the back of hU
bund on Wednesduy by Dr. L. W.
I.ouls women had attained UiIh de- Tenant. It ufforded him greut rellf
ern cities have shown'
And h) the cud of the meeting St
, and cuused him considerable trouble
Columbia City tlnd) 1'ost
Ifig the sweet pleasure of n new 'i-'l '"lp"
winter bonnet, put the cost of ft In Tollowlng tlio examp'o of tho no
the fund, amounting to $22,500, bio Italian ladles, who gao up their The gentleman who once remarked
which nH pledged by the women of Jewels when ttlireil h Savonarola, thhi lie nuild moe tho world, If ho
St, Louis to the Jubilee fund, I'rl munv women, aroused bv the won ony hud a lever, conrarvattvely re-
day, nt the tlOro of the Ju ilte dcrful tales of the tnlFslonarles, con- fialued frOm boasting about what he
St loulu Mas pronlscd to add to ti United iheri he I hclrlcoms for cuuhl do with Kecroturj III linger.
(ills fund later In the oar, but ex- moue to be nilzed for tho fund OIilu btnto Journal.
AlcbliOl Is th6 blst Kftbwfi ptervri
tho of medical compqunds, and the
average proprietary medlclno contains
from 1 pe,r cent to 22 per cent, which
Is the smallest potable umoiint to
preserve .the Ingredients, while 'ho
average doctor's prescription contains
from 2D per cent to CO per cent.
Such standurd preparations us I.yd
lu K riDklmm'H Vegetable Compound
contain ,hut 18 per cent, and tiny
even put the Compound up in tubVl
form, which the over-sirupuloua wo
man, who objects to alcohol In any
degree, may ure
An attractive s'oro window down
town eaterduy to lady shoppers nnd
their children who accompanied them,
was the centert window at Jordan' C
Co.'s. The wlridow Is nilcd with n. col'
lection of flue doll a (hat oven draw
the at'cntlon of the inasciillno mind.
At least Kino hundred women com
minted oh the diesslng of the window
during the day The dresses on the
dolls arc- nil h mil nnde und In over)
catio are inado up of goods that suit
tho colorings of tho dolls' facei, somo
thing h) Iho wa, tlia' is seldom found
In Iho finest of doll dlLplavs,
rni:ui)i:Nnniui-in Lahaini, Maul,
November IC lin, to tho wlfir nf
.1 1' Kreudenherg 0 daughter
A girl beoomei conceited about tho
lime she has her (list beau
t It sn. wmjc-a' 1
tit ririJ - vil ! utH
the best part of
the dinner was
Your grocer has
all the famous
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