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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1911.
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.1912 Pncliord "M" stttBtSi.
Tounnfl Car $ WSSrKks,
Chassis in three sizes.
Large line of open and enclosed fore-door bodies.
A. I A. M. HalliiK
Touring Car $1200
Uimiaiiict .V r.r.r.o
Imperial I.tuioiiHlno lid)
Imperial l.induulet u7r.D
Deliveries will bo curly nml us they will ho niiide on u schcdulo coprliiB " dellnltn nnd limited ullotmeut
of ciii'H fur thin territory an early oritur l:i uilvisablu. Catalog on rciiucbt. Di'iiKinHtrailiiu by aiiointment
Packard Dealer &. Company, 1912 Packard Avenue
Von Hamm-Yoimg Co., Agents
1912 Packard "Six"
A dmii lu thu price of sugar, tlio
uffectH of tho cholera uuarnntlno on
the tourist travel and tho itppiojdi
ot ,tlm seml-unnuul iierlod for tho luiy
meiit of tuxes combined to make, a
iiuict week in business, ,
The blump In thu in leu of sugar was
temporary us anticipated. Tho Hrst
or May Is one of thu liquidating )ier
ioih lu the HpeculatlMi inuikels of thu
world, nnd the. pi Ice of beets drop
Hhurply until the market Is cleaned
up. Then it recovers ami tho season
or higher prices has full swing.
- Tlio dtop of centrifugals to ".'i0
would have looked serious In tho light
of any oilier clivuinsliiueoa. Tho lo
tovury bus ulioady begun however,
bents advancing mid ulso centrifuges
on Fild.iy wotu quoted ut '1.84.1.
Sugar cliculars ieculeil In the lu
cent malls contluiio to lecord uiul piu
dlct good prices. Tljo shoitago ot thu
Cuban ciop Is still n subject en which
tho oxpurta fin u iiipcur to have
reached u Until conclusion. Ono cir
cular made thu comment that i' the
centrals continued closing tlHr se.i
hon so much cuillnr lulutlvely thai
wus the rule biBt year, the Cuban ciop
would run a little over a million tout.
It lidded however that this tin, Id
hardly be possible and u uunibor uf
thu 'linger centrals would contlmio
gi hiding till late lu thu season.
Ituporta from Kumpg aro favor ibln
to tho grow lug crop atthoiigh ut thh
tlmo of year these repot ts menu ey
Jlttle. One cliculur slates that thu lata
fiusls linvo damaged tlio early cer
eals nml this land may bu turned Into
sugar boet areas.
Locally thu repoits I rum nil the
plantations are ury fuwirnhlo
Directors of tho Wuialuu plantation
Hindu olio of their regular tours of ob
neHiitlon thlj week Thu present
Wuialuu crop bus already run soi'iral
li u ml led tons over tlio cstlimiio
Hopes of completing thu new Irilgtu-
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
A. L A. M. Ita
PriccH In Htundiiid Klulali and
Open Car $3200
Imperial I.liuoiiKinu IGOO
liiitieii.il U'Uidaiilet -1700
j 7 7
ttanrrtii;xil.utuuijMmUUJLUUM H""'! ijJSSir
ing tunnel by May first have been up
set in consequence or the tunnulorn
striking a vein of tho hardest kind of
rock. Progress through this has been
very slow, mid unless soft spots are
ulriil.- ummm 11 lu ...illn imuullilii II. tit
struck soon. It Is quite possible that
the, ditch will be held up so tea to pre
vent the. water being biougl)t tliroue.h
In tlmo to plant the new- fields this
year This may delay tho expansion
plans for a year.
Keflorts of yields going over the es
timate come fiom nearly nil tho plan
tations on-this Island. O.iliu is going
over the estimate, and Hw.i Is mulling
high both in thu welglit of c.ino ami
the sugar content of Ihe Julio.
Puiiilhaii has figured quite prom
inently in tlio htotk trading of thu
week. Tho stock storied lu at 2:1 mid
Hnully wmkeil up to Jt.Cl'S, whero It
seumii llkuly to stop. Tlio iiiuso of
tho flurry was tho repot t that fuvor
ublo arrangements have been m.-ulo
lor additional Irrigation wulor sup
ply. Onlill held linn at HO A few
Minion of Hawaiian Commercial 'i.ivo
sold ut HH.liO. Pioneer sagged down
to SOU null 201 mi live mid ten-shiro
! sales Wiilalna dropped hack rn'liir
I weak nt 112. Flvo hundred shines of
Ilonokiin-sold Filday ut 1 1.7"., u ;vie
tor bettor than the last previous salo.
Ohm bus nilinuccil threu-elghths froiu
1.375 to l."f. Jlcllrydo has drooped
buck to 0S"r on Hvo slmiu sales. If
tlio market should strengthen gener
ally thosu stocks would undoubtedly
iidvunco on u sjieculallvu tlcinaud.
Unless tho unexpected happens-, tn
depress thu mnikut there should bo
linore activity and u slrongur niuVket
in tun next ten days. The price of
sugar should advance, and week after
next tuxes wMII bu paid and this semi
annual stinln removed. Theie lias
lii'un loss coiiiplalut'ofilght money on
!uiiniiut uf tiller tlimiTs usual lor this
Iierlod, but there has been no rcn.luuc)
to uu out scaichlug fur loans.
A. U A. M. ltulliiK
TnurliiK Cur r.0o0
I in lie rial IjimoiiHlne OtnO
Inierlal Uiudaulet O.'i.'n
III oughain. C20O
Uiiupu .. fi.UO
- wnr ojiyey
Loss (.. McrrhuiiN.
Allhougli lnerchntits Who linvo held
npeci.il sales dining tho week report
most successful sales, It is neverthe
less true that tho retail merchant Is
probably feeling u depicsslou at 111.
pi esei!t tlmo (hut wus llltlo expected
This Is all, due to tho cholera quaran
tine that ,1ms cost the city thousands
mid thousands of dollars. The ap
pearance of the streets us well us tho
small miuihcr of uniting passengers
,,,eilKimt l)I1u for 1he dty'. ,t l8
H0,.UlUH ,,., lllt ,t ,,.Jyi, , u ,J
L,tyv , , lu , fl'e t
I . . .. ... . - ifc
lull mo story that Is by no means u
from quarantine pctlnils? The iiopu
latlon of tho city Is larger than last
year so total sales may nut drop lie
low lust year's recoul, but the oxijJus
or a month ;ir six weeks ago, coupled
with the m cut number of bookings
that haiu been cancelled In tho Kail
Francisco olllces have occasioned a
great aim needless lofts or business.
.1losiiiI(iies uiul IIiisIiicsm,
(ierrit P. Wilder returned bv the
tlonolulan fiom u woild Jour that In
cluded u trli to I'anunm. lie reports
having fulled to encounter a sluglu
mosquito wlillo siiendlng six woeks lu
tin cunul zone. With such cleanli
ness us this Honolulu ncc'fl linvo no
rear or quurnntlno, nur of tho yullow
Venn tho Central American
The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n gained tho Informa
tion curly lu the week that business
Interests would bo asked to contrib
ute 110,000 Tor mi additional health
fund. This tomes us much of u sur
prise fur it wis assumed that with
1250,000 f unu the general luienues
mid mi unlimited tax late, tho llo.nd
or Health would not find it ncccssitry
lo cull for additional contributions
out of piivntu purses.
1'cileral Iliillillng Sllc.
A number of citizens whoso selfish
Interests Iimu been Interfered with by
the oxtenslon of the .Mahuku site hao
associated themselves wltli original
supporters qf tl.o lrwlu situ for tho
Federal building nnd me reopening
tho campulBii to chaiigo the Fedornl
bullillng site. A petition Is being cir
culated but us thu names aie being
obtained by paid runners and fmm
many people who liuvo no Idea of tlio
leal pprpoil of what they ale sign
ing, tlio spin I lu this paiticular lino
will iK-lcal its own endj. ' Hellish lu-
' leresi is ui me uuiiuui.ui we wuoio
dilay anil dllllrulty. Delegate Kulilo
Js against the clinnge.
I. I f'eneilnn bun hepn ndl-nnrcl
to the Mill of the Insurance depart-
uncut o tni! Hawaiian i nisi lom-
1 i.ntiir In tiliwn .if Mr .11 11 Mnri-lli.if.
wlm koch to Hllo to take thu manage-
lilent of tlio 11110 I rust company
0 C Monroe.ifomierlyjnnnngijr or
tho Moloknl ranch', Is-.the new' 'lnan
nscr of the I-minl ranch rotnpuny Ho
w'iir brought back' f mm New Zealand,
whore he went utter. H-avIno thu Mo
k Oil hns been n ("filter, of IntctC't.J
, Ilonnliilii Consolidated stock advanc
ing quite rapidly Oil the news cabled
. frr.ni tin. (VimkI of. now wells. TIih lat
est news to boost1 Hid Honolulu' Con- '
i Kiillilnlii.1 stork ts.thnt the rnii.iintiv I
will bcII u section or. Its undeveloped
, laud I he prlcq Is stated (o Do one
inlllloti ilollms, unil'Uilu snje- will ob-
,luli thu hoieisltyl.Of Moating any
inuii' RtOck to provide for development
! work '
' Arthur HIcp, icprosentlng Knunl In-
Itoiosts, Is reported to have stcurcil
contiol of the Oakland MiKittrlck (111
I company of which much Ik expected.
.News from Hiimiiumn In that the
wiill luifliiir Ima linmi ilnltivi.l l.u
i, hi-., uuiin,, i.iiu .,1.1... ..viii.w i, j n
! ' break III the boring jippnraliir!. The
Ipiomolets urn Mill conlldeut of their
I The Iiiciil rumor that ( ominUsloner
lnn. . .......... r......i ..!... ... it... ....
I l t'IJC'1 ill IM'L'IU 1 IIIVlllllllll' III 1.1..- l.ll-
liortallon of a tlmlti'd number of Chin
eiio for tho plantation1! was set at rest
this week b the publication of an ex
cel i.t from n private letter written by
Mr. Keefu in connection with thin
minor. He dcnlcH It llatly and theie
lotto reason to doubt the Hlucerity of
Arthur V. Wnll Jiiik consenteil to ue
copt the managuluent of the 1912 Flor
al l'aradn mid he ban been fnimally
appointed by the Promotion Commit
tee ho that he can Hhupe up his plans
III nmplu time. Mr. Willi's nccept.itiio
I nan ciiuxcn general Kniifciticiion, unu
It Is particulmly pleiiKtng to have u
man tilkc thin work without making u
wrj faie KnthusliiHiu and deleruilti-
atlnn to Kltccced USUully In ceils Inter
est mid BiicccHH for hiicIi lomiiiiinlty
New tcndorB will be called for the
erection of thu Carnegie I Unary The
lint IjIiIh were too high mid the plana
I lime been changed to.'hrltig the ex
pense within the auprpprlatton.
8itietlsor Murray Htntcd this week
that the city fundi) are so low that no
money will be available for paving In
the down-town district. The larger
part of til" money will bo needed to
carry out the direct cuinp.iigu pledget
to the people of upper Xliu.iuu In the
I Ytl'h'liltlK of the nveillie.
'j.. ..i Ju - al. h 1-. .4 9 1 1. ftl.1
fJri i t-i I cj Baa H
T-J , ( (6
i IV Ml ll ? ! a iruT
U. As -. k- ' W
The up-to-date offices now realize the utmost importance
of being properly equipped with filing devices, and spare
no expense for equipment.
The Globe-Wernicke filing devices are naturally called
into service on account of the capacity it gives in all its
(( r5u i nts tvn wndTj
Ul j-J JJ or Busmcis
' SPEAKS WORDS
IN REIIHNG FR
Jn.lg.i William I!. I.vmcr thin inera-
lii" i I tils Riiciei'klul ciir.'ir as dl-
tn i imuilslrnlf of flmmlulii by uyitufi
a inarl.i ii tribute to Hie proKecuilug ui
l.iimVi. ns well nd-tho inOIAj-dejiurt-in.
'In ritunilng to prlitite praetlxeofl
.,.. inn it. i.i..v..1 fur the iuil Mix
ii.iiutlis nil , the District Court bvuch, I1
wish to iy that, I bnvo aliivi renelv-
l ihe In arty coojicmtlun or tho City
'.in.! I'oiuitysltloriiey'H IK-partmeiit, u
well iik the ellli'lenl miimrt of Hie po
After linvlnit iIIkiiokwI of n It ilf doxeii
eases Hint mini mil the police court I
eiili n.lar. UcputV City and i 'utility At- j
....,... I.V.ul ll 11. , f. mi n.in ninl In n.
I.II.II 1 111! ..III... I..I. ..-. u..'. ... ...
neatly-wnidi'd Impromptu nd.lreiw. de-
cliinil Hint In r tiring fium tin- District
i 'unit l.incli JiuIk.i I.ymtT cnril. d with,
lit in Hie iry best iilshcs of Hie proi
Attorney .Mllxertun took occasion to
conBratulate Judgn Miner upon the1
siniiss of hit adinlulstrntloii, detlar-
lug that It wns with Keen regret that.
bis decision to riturn to prhute pnie-tl.-e
ioiiIiI not be olUrirt
The siutliiiciit expressed liv the dci
uty city attorney lu.llcntid that Jmlee
l.ynici's,ndnilliliitratlon of Ills oillcehail
In en one or thu host In tile history or
the loenl police court.
Judge l.vuier uRIoenbly responded to
Hie words of praise coming from the
I, feil Hint I linvo been given n pretty
square .leal all urniinil," suld Ills Honor.
"rroni the iiroscciillon. Hie polleo do
p.irtnicnt im.l from n milted Honolulu
press. 1 nm phased nt the manner In
wlilch mv ndmlnlstratloii lias bien re
iclvid. "I consider Hint the proswutlng nt
tnrney's department hna coiidiii'ted Its
cases In an able manlier I alo nppri
clnt. the uurnlllug coiirtesv that has
been shown me by tlw nttomiyx of
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The (las company planned mi Im
portant extension lo Kulmukl The
money for this extension ami the inn-
!wiiieiit eiilargenlcnt of the genernt-
. lug plant will be secured through tho
ic'-iill or $100,000 elglit per cent pie-
ferrcd stock and a new Ismc of Jlf.O,-
00(1 preferred six per cent stock, mak
ing a net Increase of .i0,uu0.
I T. P. Wnlerhouse returned this
week rroni u trip to the Malay states,
iwheie thu Walerhouso Interests linvo
-large Investments in tublior pliinla-
tlous. Hu teports very favorable cnu-
various units. We always carry
stock a large supply of them at
times, so that orders are immediately
Suggestions in filing systems cheerfully given
the i In win. lme bad business deal
ings ultb tbls Liuirt
Tbe polle" iliinirtment has rendered
great usslntnlice In llie ftitlsfaitorv
eonilmt of tlio business or the toiirt.
mid looperntlon from this soune has
iK'.'ti lilvlilv esteemed I take wihiIoii
In iont;r.ittibite the City mid I'oiinlv
Atti.riiiy'n department In having nn ef
ficient tiollev force lo bail! 4t ii "
Juilai l.yniei nnkM way for his suc
cessor. Jimicn Melville .Monsarrnl, who
Is the appointee or Ciller .Jilatlce Hob
rrtsoii District Magistrate Monsarr.it
UPS. lines the duties ot olllee blKllllllllg
Monday innrnlug. when n rnlr-slred
calendar will doubtless greet the newly-Installed
So far ns can be learned, there will.
be no linmi .Hate cbnoges In the stnu
of clerlis or InUrprctirs In the DIs
trlct Court rollowlmc iiion n chnnge
ii'inde on the bench.
Judge Mintr retires ntler having
snreil nn .the Distil, t Court bench
since Hie latter part ir Inst O. tober
THEIR ARREST i
(Continued from Pago 1)
seituint iiilirveiitlou mi the part of tin
State Dcpartmint In Washington tit).
It is probable that Alfred C. II Kleteh
er, former t'nlvcrslty uf Cnliroriilii
student, will be Ireed In u ila or so
I from the Ji.paucsi Jail In which be Is
.'online. I beciiu.u ot Ills activity in tho
line or photography Ailing on tho
advice of Ktto university authorities,
John Ditcher yesterday tiligraphed It
K M 111. r of the Klale JV'partincnt. nnd
the latter imme.llatily brought tho
. Milijut to the attention of thu Jnpan-
, eso tmhasHiiilor.
i Alfred rtetibcr Htnrtcd two enrs
ago to work Ills way around tho world,
going from here .to Honolulu, where
, he remained until two mouths ago,
when he started for Japan In company
' with J. A. Itlchardsuii n gia.luate or
Dartmouth. The two wire on u stcam-
I ship cnltrlng the harbor or Miiliuru, a
naval station, n ml wire taking plioto-
'"grnphi -from thu deck of thu vessel.
Thev were iuiesti.it ns they Inn. led and
. were li.cked up.
I Accordion tn assiirancin ricilved
fron John I'll din r from Washington
JJJL y J$2
I'or eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nittr'tlojs
AV ft lf.
lr(.rrtsl U. H I'uleni nfl.re
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 11. tins
Baker's Chocolate (tinwrct
enOd), 1-U lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Ste br LJinc Groctri in Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ud.
DOUCIHiSTI-R. MASS., U. S. A.
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
esterdn). .i.i..r Hi it lh.re was no
ulterior lu.illie ,n.luitllllK the oui,ic
lie II will he the -dMlul for their re.
leasi, the Juiaiiese emlsissiidfir proiu-
slng linin.-.llate action by the nuthori-
ties lu Mulzuru
AirrL.l Hetcher was gradaatisl riuni
Hie State university In l0. bile in
tho iinivrslty he wan editor r II,
D.ill) I'allrornlan. nnd he was ..lllnr
or the l'.iQT Record Hook Ills rutin r
Is Ilov. A. Fletcher, pastor of tin- lliil.
cop.il church tn I'ovhui. Alfr.il Pi ti ti
er Is a member of the I'sl liisll.ii Tni
teruity. John lleteber Is .oii'iivleil
with the shipping tlrm of Hales X.
TwoiStermi't frcr-. Kauai Due.
The Intcr-lhlnnd stenmors Nlihaif
and Nocau nro explctrd In nnlvo fi-om
Knunl )iorts tomorrow murtiltiR each
bringing full enrgoes ur sugar Thu
Klnaii reached port this morning,
liming been hurried nlong In order
thai Ihe vessel might go on the mar
ine railway fo icpnluliug.
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