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r.vnNixo hi'i,u:tin noxonju' t ii satltiday. t:c. 10. 1010.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Julin T McCro.iKoh, the wntPrniun,,
I111B furnished tills weeks BciiBiitUm
tur the liiislness ihph of the tirliulpuli
towns of thu Terrltur) Ills big Kim
ditch proje t, that him been widely
dlmiuwil fur Bonn1 little time, wits
tho subject of n Bpeclnl public nieet
liiK 111 lllhi tint wan nttimled 1
the CioviTiHir, who In Riving hi np
lirovnt In henernl terms to the proj
irt. The lllto meeting decided tliut
It did not wuit CoiiRress to nppnne
1 lie McCroHson Knit dlt Ji bill until
1'ie niensuie hnd tlrnt been piw-ed
uK)n b the Territorial LesliKitiire
'I hln Is the same point that the II u I
I e t I 11 innde and carried nRnlimt Iho
Covernor'R ameiidment of the land
l.iws of the Territory
Wahiawa Water Scheme.
I'lrhapa the moHt rensatlonnl nnm
if MrCrosson'8 Intention wax urn
t iliif.il In tho cablcRram reielid 1
(Mstle Cooke, announcing thai Me
Crosson had eitired the Introdti tlon
if n bill In both bonus of 'uiibto-h
I 'nntlng to him the waltr rlghta of
t'10 Wahiawa military rcxemtlon
'I his me ins taking all the water that
is now impounded In the Wnliliw.i
Just how McCrosbon Intends to Ret
this Is not known, but the statement
1 w been made that tho franchise of
fin Wahiawa Water Compiii) Rles
that (oiupaii) only the right to im
pound the wateis McCrnwon Is Mid
to be after
At first slRht the scheme seems to
lo n holdup of tho Wahiawa Water
Company for the benefit of tho Oalut
plantation. No one Is hero to speak
for McCrosRon and tell what his In
tcntlons are. I
for the last da) or two aboe four.
Sugar authorities me generally
agreed that the harvesting of the Cil-I
ban crop will be later than usual, but
w hen the Cub in mills once more start
grinding thej will turn out In n few
da enough raw sugar to glut the!
American market for the time being
and leave a liberal sinning, I
The anxlttj and the necessltj for
the Cubans to tell their crop from
Kcbruiir 011 to the first pirt of Ma)
Is what breaks down the price. The
produKis nre prartlially at tho
mercN of the sugar brokers for the
V:cws ff Sup'r Men.
Mr Taxon lllshop returned from
tho Coast on the Sierra and he Joins
Ills Milie to the general prediction
that the world Is due for two )onrs
of low sugar on account of oor-pro-
Imlilcnlnll) tho latest sugar clr
cu ars announce that I.lcht and the
factories estimates liae Increased
tho Kiirnpean beet crop till It Is now
something like l.SOO.000 tons. "In
visible supplies" will havo to absorb
a tremendous amount of sugar this
ear If It Is to hold up tho prim of
Manager fleorge Palrchlld arrived
home this week from a trip to Oor
maii) He sa)S the price of sugar
will lie low, but there Is no danger
of a chingo in the tariff, and nftpr
looking oer conditions on the milii
land he decides that Hawaii has more
over which It should be optimistic
than It has to become pessimistic.
Into cvui) detail of plantation llf
He will vltlt tin othii Islands Mr i
Keefc bellees In strliter IninilRrn
lion laws that will apph to all classes
of aliens. For some renson the Im
presBlon appears to have gilnd
ground that ho Is not predispose! to
be filendl) to llnnnll, lnH there a "
no Indications thus far 'hit it? lids
oiler than an open mini, mil n
flist arrival In Hawaii is struck as
are all other mainland residents,
with the overwhelming mim'i'i of
population figure given out hv ibe
tenuis bnie.iu on l'rlda) film Hut
the Tcrrltor) of Haw ill his lie oil
cd In population In the past ten
)cars, but tho greater pait of tho
Increase Is found in the elt.v of Ho
nolulii. The population of the city
has grown 37 per cent It should tie
remembered that the last previous
census was taken when the boom'
was at Its height, and for four or five
oirs thereafter the population dwin
dled, later re mcrlng So It In prob
ahl) safe to sav that since 110 tho
population has Increased more than
37 per cent
Certnlnlj the population of tho
clt) Is Rrowlng rnpldl) now Tho
clt) Is filled nt tho present lime so
far as housing Is concerned. The
number of applicants that the real
estate men have for small houses
renting from twentv to thlrtj dollars
a mouth Is Impressive, and most ex
pressUe of the rapid expansion or
the. town Tho applicants var) from
people who come here lo work for the
Kedernl rov eminent, others on
"spec," to tho tourist who wants a
few months' otitltiR and will not go
to n hotel. Honolulu needs more
houses today, and It must have them
If It Is to properl) accommodate the
people who are coming hero In tho
next six months.
People aro beginning to learn that
w iter rights nro might) valuable and
might) Important, but this Is the first
time that nnono has tried to step
ill and tapturo water privileges that
Into atreiul) been developed mid nro
now in uso under what Is supposed
to he the authority of Congress.
Dull Stock Market.
The stock market has been free or
ii'iy particular Incident for the week.
Someone stnrted the rumor that the
dividend of IMoneer and Oahu hnd
!. l.nn. n..t nl.il tllAUO atfldlltt (1lmtnPll fill
ftr ",r" v" " """" -' ' "
tne sale or a lew snares. omeono
c se started a rumor that II I Haiti
win was bu)lng Hawaiian Commer
cial in San Francisco and that cu
nbled an unloading of a hundred
f hares or hi at an advanced prl e.
IS UNDER FIRE
LHiiHr mSMnt JHum? '
UNCLE SAM IRRIGATING J
Fivo Hundred Acres Along Gila'
River Has Been .Irrigated
and Distributee!; I
WASHINGTON. 1) C, N'pv. 2."..
i Hmouriiged Ijj the cfftiiU b( the In
dian bureau to help them along by
I Irrigating their lands and establish
i lug them In tattle raising, the San
Carina Indians In Arizona, who hnvo
been erv poor for revernl )cnrs are
cultivating their lands In nil attempt
In heroine self suppottlng.
About Ron acres along tho (Via
liver, where no farming has been
done for n number of je-irs, hno
been Irrigated, nucl each famll) has
been given n five a-re tract, ns far as
the land will go. About 300 ncres
morn will be Irrigated during the en
suing winter. The ontlro district!
comprising approximately $00 ncres.
will be In chnige of one farmer, who
vvMl ndvtFe the Indians.
The Rovernment during the enrlv
summer Issued about BOO heifers to
there Indians and this, It Is said has
Rrentlj cncouniRcil them to ralso
Plantations nra craduallv coming
Into the grinding season. On this'
Island, Wulalua is soon to start. The
cold rains have held back some of
the plantations, as the last two
weeks on all the Islands have been
au)thlng hut Rood ripening weather
for tho cane.
Honolulu will continue to be n live
1) town b) reason of tho tourist trade I
and the 1'ederal work, regardless of
the dull period that will undoubtedly
prevail In the sugar sto ik market.
S tear Price. '
,i The price of sugar has gone up,
hut tint has no appreciable effect on
the stock market, and there Is no ren
pon wbv It Bhotild. !
Haw siiRar Is advancing now bo
rinse the reflnerR' supplies nro al
wa) low at tills period of the )ear.
Consequently the owners of corgoes
In New York and Philadelphia inn
command practically their own price
lleet sugars aro available In Kurope,
hut It would not pay to Import them,
ns by the time they would arrive tho
first sugars of the new rrop would be
coming onto tho market; consequent
ly the continued high price rniiRlng
Frear's Land Tour.
Governor J'rear Rot back Siturday
from his tour of the Island or Ha
waii. He has been presiding over tho
parceling nut of homestead lots, somo
of which, though figuring In tho talk
of tho Influence of the new lnnd law,
bnio been nn the market under the
old law ror several )ears. The Gov-'
ernor states that under tno operation
or tho new land law twenty-four
thourand acres of 'cnne land will be
taken over for the use of settlers dur
ing the next ten jears. It remnlns
to be seen whether theso lnnds will
he cultivated by the homesteaders or
h the plantations.
,Trado of tho Christmas holiday
season Is very nctlvo and better than
over before. Nearly all the retailers
are doing mmc business than they
did Inst )ear, though somo report
thnt they have to do it on a closer
margin owing to the Increased competition.
Frank Pa)ne, tho promoter of Hu
mnuma oil company, has written
friends hero of tho work dono on
tho well the company Is drilling. He
sends photographs of the well house
and the surrounding buildings for
A brldo natmalt) ceases to allude
tu her husband as tho light or her
exTrteuco whin the light begins to K
nttomniodntlng the workmen nnd
others nt tho scene of n tlvltles. Ob
vious)) there Is no truth In the re
port thnt tho romp in) was spending
thousands for luxurious quarters of
Its einplovcs. The comp.ui) Is er)
fortunate In hiving the cooperation
of the Associated oil operators, and
It the first well brings the high grado
oil that Is expected, there will bo
great actlvli) all along the Hlkhorn
Vnllc) whcio the Humnuma property
Is located. I
Manager Stanton announces the
opening of the Palolo Hill trn it by
tho Kalmukl I. mil Company. This
will glvo sites for homes on the
heights of Phlo'o, nnd as usual tho
Kalmukl Land Compiny will build
streets before Belling tho lots. I
ELOPED WITH MEXICAN
COWBOY, NOW ALONE
Young American Girl Is Found,"
But Savs That She Has
Not Been Doserted.
MKX1CO CITY, Nov. 28. Graco
Ilolph of Pender. Neb , who for n
tltno w-ns believed to have been kld,
inped from n hacienda In Tnmaullpes
hv Segundo Severn n McxIliiii row
do) empIo)ed on the place was found
alone In n small town near Tamptco
tevernl das ago, according to nd
vices which have reached this eltv
She declaied that she had not been
kidnaped, but went of her own nt
ronl and that she had not boon de
serted, but thnt Sovcro had gone to
mnko pence with tho authorities.
When that was accomplished, she
said, the) intended to bo married
The American Hmbas'-ndnr was ap
pealed to b) relatives of (he girl for
aid In effecting the capture of tho
alleged kldiiaper.and the nsslstairo
or the Mexican authorities .has beon
TAMPICO. Mexico, Nov. 28. Miss
Ilolph was found on Saturday about
flftv miles Inland from Tamplco. de
serted. A smnll band ot rurales and
two or three Americans were in tho
rescuing party which brought tho
joung woman to Tamplco. Dr. Ttolph
ot Pender, Neb , rather of tho Rlrl,
was In tho rearchlng pirty, nnd Is
now with her.
Some peopln nro so lndut"lnus thnt
when they have nothing tlso to do
Keefe and Labor.
Tho moBt Important arrival or tno
week was Mr. Keete, tho commission '
er-gcncrnl or Immigration. Mr. Keefe
intends to got nt all phnses of labor,
conditions In the Islands The first
day ho was In town ho went over to
the Iwllel settlement ot Russians and
heard what they had to say. He
then listened to certain union men
In the cltv. UUer In the week ho
has beon at Walalua and Is looking
Stock Cars Six Cylinders & Four
WON SIGNAL HONORS IN THE
Grand Prize Race
defeating all entrants except three of the highest
powered special racing cars of the world, finished
4th and 5th Places
The LOZIER cars were Stock Cars. They were
the only make of car to finish every car started.
6-Cylindcr, 51 H. P $5,500
4-Cylinder, 46 H. P $4,600
Six Styles of Bodies.
In price from
$5.00 to $111.40
$1.00 to $12.00
i -Ef?f jf
Lozier Motor Co.
E. E. BODGE, Distributor
For Plates, Roll Films and
, $2.50 to $12.00
G0ERZ, ZEISS TESSAR,
K00VAK ANASTIGMAT, COOKE, R. J. BECK
HIGH GRADE LENSES. To secure the best re
sults you should have one fitted to your camera.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
FORT STREET BELOW HOTEL.
Don't Miss It Tonight
Greater Than Ever
Next Week's Circus Program:
Ground and Lofty Tumbling by Members of the
3 NOBLIS SISTERS
TATO and TATE
In their new and original comedy act
DIAZE, POLO & DIAZE
Experts on the Horizontal Bars
Mr. GEORGE SETTLER
And His Troupe of 18 Performing Dogs
THE GREAT BENO
Light and Heavy Weight Balancing
SIEGRIST and SILBON
The World's Greatest Acroalists, Introducing Sev
eral New Tricks, Including a Double Somer
sault, Blindfolded, by Mr. Silbon, caught by the
hands of his partner, Mr. Sicgrist.
Introducing New Songs and Rag-Time Melodies
Japanese Wonderful Equilibrist
Concluding with the Humorous Pantomime
"A HAPPY FAMILY"
TICKETS ON SALE AT M. A. GUNST & CO.
Box seats, including admission $1.50
Reserved seats including admission $1.00
Children under 12 25c.