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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., fRIDAY, AUG. 4, 1911.
Geary Street, botc Union Squate
Juitoppoiltt timet Si. FiincU
Eurcprsn Plan $1.50 achy up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,00). High cl.uis
hotel nt moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all train and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarter.
Cable address, "Trawets" A 11. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trot Co., Fort Sttcet,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FAC1MJ the beautiful piirk
Ie the heart of the cltj,
which Is the theatre of
the iinclinl emits of
Ihf) famous frstltiila of S.ia
KninrNcci, thli linli I, In cn
tlrnnnicnt and ntmoihrrc, rx
presses most plimiiiillr the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
The rojnllj nnd nolillltj oi
the (lid World and the r'ur
East and the men of high
achievement In America who
asemhlo hero contribute lo the
tonmopolllun atmosphere of an
Institution which represents
the hospitality and Inuhldunl
llr nf San Francisco to the
Die hnlldlng, which marks
the farthest nilvnnre of science
In service, has no it the. largest
rapacity of nny hotel structure
In the iVtst, nnd upon eutopic
lion of the Tost street nnnci
will he the largist earnrimscry
In the, world.
WIIII.K TIIKtiKttVKJE IS UN.
USUAL, TIIK I'KICtS A UK
European Flan from $2.00 Up
Emma, Above Vineyard
Piitronlicd by persons nf
rpllncnient. ItnoiiiH sIiirIo
or en Biille, with or Willi-
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
bl'UNI) Tim t.AST OI' YOUlt
Tllfa WATKR IS riNK -NO COIIAti
IN T11U HAND ,
Rooms and Board
B A T H I N O
WINES AND LIQUORS
4 INGLENOOK WINES
We deliver to any jjart of the
P. 0. Box 488
! CIGAR HOW is
at. A OT'NST flO
Inter-Island nnd O. Jl. A I Shipping
booka for sale at the It u 1 1 o 1 1 n
office, COo each.
.!. J . ., l.wJB.hl,.
Piuiiccri and Lenders in
the Automobile Business
Ar.onts (or such wolMwtiwti ran
in Tackard, I'oiic-llnrtfnrd, Ulevenn
Diirvcn, Cnitlll.ic, Thulium Flyer,
lluKk, Uverlmicl, linker Klectrlc, anil
Supplies & Repairing
.For th BEST RCNT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOB'LE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. SM
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Horses, Mules and
DRIVINO, SADDLE ANW WORK
YOUNG MULES BROKCN TO
The BICYCLE DEALER and II-
PAIRER, hat moved to
180 KING STRUT
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
S. I. YAMATOYA
COTTON CREPE 8HIRTS, KIMONOS
1243 FORT ST., ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Berotanla Stroets
FINE LINE OF DRY O00DS
WAH YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
Kffili IT NEAR BETSIL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and Mil
B10N FURNITURE made to order.
lai Cloth of Al Quality Can to
MO CANDLESS BLDQ.
F. 0. Box 961 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
94l Nuuanu, hear King; Street
Fine Lint of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
Territorial Official Discovers
Rare Specimens in Grove
(SM(lit llullutlii CorirniHindince'.)
I II 1.0, AllR. 1. That work uC till!
hlRhont Importutico Is helnR ilono Ij
Tvriltorlnl llotanlst .1. V. ltock, who
ciiino tip from Honolulu recently iiiul
la now BtayinR near the Volcano
House, Is shown by the fact that In
the l'uaulii tract alone, which Is hut
two hundred acres In extent, he, has
discovered (lvo species of trees which
lmvo timer hofore heen described b
ii lmtnnlst. Some of these trees nro
absolutely unlnuc, whllo otlicrs nru
closely allied to trees found on Komi
or on Kauai, but differ In Important
Two specimens of new species of
tho Knawnii Kuapapu wcro round In
this tract, tho Kaawati Kuapapu be'
Iiik tho treo which the n,itlo of Kail-
lal used many cais uro for the
pounding of the tup.i. The species
found by Mr. ltock, however, differ
from any which hnve et been found
They nro elfihty feet In height and
li:i o lino straight trunks.
A number of specimens nf tho nc
tree, which was recently discovered
by Mr Rock In llu.ihil, North Komi,
have also been located by him at Kl
puk.tlkl, which In nhoiit n mllo from
I'li.iulu and about three, miles from
Olllo Slilpiium's ranch house. The
no trccR nt Klpukakl ate much liner
than llmso In Kona nnd koiiio are over
a hundred feet In height nnd at IciihI
flo feet tlirniiKli.
In tlio I'liaiilu flection arc Homo
miiRiilIlcent ko.i tiees, vvhhh four men
were iin.ihlo to Join hands around,
and It Is Interesting to nolo th.it both
runulu and Klpukakl are within the
lMiiiiul.irles of tho proposed National
Turk, wlili h It Is hoped will bo pur
chased by Congress.
SACKAMttNTO. Oul , July 1'.'. -Tli.vl
the United Klnten riivi rimirnt will co.
iiprnile Willi Hie State of ('.illfurnl i III
IIh IIkIiI to Keep nut tho Mcilltirniiuiiii
fruit II), tliu grcati t pint iiiul most
duiiKi rima limed Known to prey upon
fruit, vv.in in.ide Jejiovviij today nt the
olllcii ojl airilc 'llijrtkultunii 'Coiiimls
iflniier Jeffory, whenniijonlir was i-
tbut nil unity transports shall
ipfdrf.! fruit jL tllel Hurt of.
nni of the liiwiluin'liuntls whvro the
This otilir applies to tr.inxporthiom
liiB Into tbe port nt San l'ninclsio It
means that tho Kowrnincnt tnneln,
which nro not sulijrit to iiuiirnntluu
orders no fur as searching It cone in li
nt, will not tiiliu on for liny uio what
wicur rrult whllu l.WnK at Honolulu
This comes Uh u follow-up onler to
Hint Issucil from tlio olllco of tli hor
tleiilturat coiiiiiitssloner foine tlmu llK'i
refiislim entry to nil fruit from tho Is-
The ilaiiKcr of tliu pcNt sicurliiR u
footliolil In Ciilirornlii has nroiixcd the
Klato mill Rciwrnmcnt uiitborltlcs to
oMrclxli tho most strliiKent means pos
sible to Imp out tliu lly. Tho ipiar
iititlue lias been niailo no Unlit tliul tho
Htuto hnrllciiltiiral c'nmiiilDsloncr iiiul
his iisHlHtimts liawi tho rlKht to exaiu
Iiiq even tho pirfonnl '.iKKai;c of pas
sciiKrrs nrrUIni; Iroin Honolulu.
Steamship compinlcs hao mado It
part of nil nfcreunent before selling
tlekits from Honolulu to San l'ran
clco that liakienctts will permit the
horticultural authorltliH to exmnluo
their personal baKaRC. This rulo Is
now In force, iiiul tho first steamer lo
arrUu sliieu It anil thn qii.iiaiillnu went
Into effect was the Sierra, which land
ed j i sterday.
e'oumilsnloncr Jeffrey Mild today to
a reporter for The lleo that tho sjHleni
worked ulthnut trouMu of any hind
lie was assliled In tho work by O U.
Ilremincr, ehlcf quarantine deputy lu
tharKo of tho work nt San I'ranclbco;
tieorse Compete, elitomoloKlst of Inter,
national reputation, nnd 1) 1J Whit
ney, who has put In many jcars at tho
'I ho prluelpil result ot tho examina
tion of trunks, villxen mid other linr
BtiKo wus that not ono lly was found
Jiffrey 6.iys that ho billees tlio nunr
imtlno will effectually seal this Htuto
ft om tho entrance ot tlio drcuded lly.
Tho KcoKriiphlenl society of Copen
hagen bus canceled tho diploma Krant
Ihk u Bold medal to Dr. l'redcrlck A.
Cook for his ulliKcil discovery of tho
Ninth 1'olu. Thlt fcte'p has been under
consideration for .umiy months.
I THE 6R AT I
I Cures Const
btomach and Liver
Cures the Kldnsjs.
To Lydta E. Pihkham's
Pcottvlllo, Mich." I want to tell
jouhow much good I.jdlalM'liikhani's
pound nnd Hanative
wash have donn me.
1 mn on n farm nnd
havo worked very
hard. I nrrt fortjr
iItb j ears old, and
nm tho mother ot
f ?? pp,1,
Many people think
usirnuge man am
not broken down
with hard work and
the earo of mv fam
ily, but I tell them of my cooel friend,
jour Vegetable Compound, nnd that
there, will be no backache and bearing
down pains for them If they will tako
it as 1 have. lam scarcely over with
out it. lr the. house.
"I will say also that I think there is
no better medlclno to 1m found for
young girls to build them up nnd mako
mem strong ami wen. juy eiuest
daughter has taken Ljtlla I link,
barn's Vcirctablc Compound for naln'
fill periods nnd Irregularity, and It has
nlw ays helped her.
"1 nm nlwnjs ready and willing to
speak a pood word for tho Lydia K.
rinkham s Hcmedics. I tell every ono
I meet that 1 owo my health and hap
piness to these wonderful medicines."
Lydia E.IMnkham's Vegetable Com-
riound, mado from native roots nnd
icrbs, contains no narcotics or harm,
fill drugs, and to-day holds tho record
for tlio largest number of actual cures
of female, diseases.
A ne club, nhinrd S"iinln Club, was
iirKiiiilid tint wtek; liv some of the
I'hluoc bo)rt of thi'cll It Is mi out
door club, Its object hclilK to promote
mmd fillnwHlilp iimnni; the ioiiiik Chi-
in mi of Hawnllf by nieiiiis'df outdoor
life It Is supliryfld to bojtbV llrtt.ot
Its kind ninnm; iIioho of C'hlueso liK
llonal(ly.. Tbo members of thu club
txHt to have! their ll'r.it moonllcht
troll lonionow ueufnp.
The members of tho hoard of har
bor commlsHlniiciH nro to lc.io on
Tiicsd ty next by tho steamer Manna
I.n.1 for tho first of their inspection
trips. Dm Iiir tho time, they are. away
the) will tako In tho wharves ami
l.uulliiRH on Hnwall and Maul jiml will
bo pictcnt at a public- meeting to
bo ltL'1,1 In Illlo.
On Tuesday' (hey will take In ln-
halua and McGicgur'u lauding and ill-
rho at Kawalhao at midnight. Thoy
will not go nshuro thoic, however, but
Mahukonn will como In for a thor
ough Inspection Wednesday mornhiK.
Tlio plans for tho new w bancs and
the matter nf thu rights of w.ij lu
connection with tho ngiccment with
tho i.illroud compmy will ha t'one
Tho next places on tho list aro Kill
lu.i and NapiNipoo and Ilolualo.i, l'iiin
Ihciu tho party Ko to tho volcano
houso and will arrivo lu llllu on I'"il-
Attei thu public incetlni! they will
pick up thu Manna Ken and sklit
thu coast luhpcctlui; various I Hidings
Including Kawaihiio. At l.ahalna,
Maul, they will leavo llio csscl and
cither tin vol oveiliind to Walluku ui
take tho Mlkithala and icturu to Ho
nolulu on Sundiiy lnoinlni;. Mi,
.McStockei may bo untihlo to mako
all of tho Hip.
Chief forester Italph S. Hosmer
leaves for Hawaii Tuesda) next on u
visit of Inspection. Thcio Is u lot of
wnik being cariled nil theio In ton
iicctlnu with rcfore itntlon and hu
will nen how It Is getting along.
Ho will nlsn uxumliio tho work that
Is being cut i led oitt'tlioio In connec
tion with the planting nt seedlings.
A number of men nio engaged In enr
i j Ins this out nt tho buck of Wulmcn
Tlio leports ot tho progress of the
woik liavo been good, hut tho Chief
wuuts lu lmvo u luok fur himself.
European Weather Conditions
Big Factor in Ruling
Wlllctt & Uriij'o sugar journal for
July 20th tovlcvvs tho raw sugar sit
uation ns follows:
Total stock of Km ope and America,
i.80.',S40 ton, against 1,890,814 tons
last year at the Same uneven elates.
Tho decrease of ntuck Js 90 974 tons,
agalnut a decrease of CjCIO Ust week.
Tutal stocks and uDoats together
show a visible supply of 2,043,840
tons, against 2.03S.814 tuns last year,
or an Incieasu of r,026 tons.
Tho Kuropc.in markets lmvo been
tho chief center of Interest during the
week. Modcrnto showers throughout
the beet districts of Ihuopo during
tho first half of tho week had a tend
ency to reduce prices for both new
nnd old crop beet Biigar, nnd quota
tions for old crop declined from 12s
4&d to lis 10'Ail, nnd now crop from
Us tUd to lis. However, toward
tho close of tho week under rcvlow,
reports ot unfavorable wenthcr by V.
O. Llcht and other authorities, caused
a renewal of speculative activity and
prices lmvo fully recovered for old
crop and establishing n new high
level for new crop at Us (id (4.43c,
or say 3 l-10c c. tz f. for Cubas).
Such n condition of underlying
strength In tho European markets wns
neccssatlly felt hcio nnd, while tho
market hesitated at I 23c, duty paid,
at which llguro u few sates wcro made
during tho week, tho close shows a
much higher level, business having
been dono today lit 3c c. & f. (4 3Gc,
duty paid) for prompt nnd August
shipment. Wo quota spots nt 4 3Gc.
As there nro now borne Java cai-
goes, uiihold, buycis Interest In these
sugiiis Increases and wo think that
Us t) d c. &. f. (4 2Uc) could ho read
ily obtained, but holders nro still veiy
Urm nnd usk tho equivalent of 12s
(4 3,u). August shipments linvo been
rather freely offered during tho week
ut Us Gt (4 24c). Considering Hint
4 3Cc has been paid for Cuba Centri
fugals, thu offerings uf Java look
reasonable nnd aa buyers and ficIIcih
aro now ho close, together biUilness
should toon result.
Philippine Island sugars were offer
I In rather larger quantities than re
ntiers tared lo lake, but business oc
curs from time to time, and com
pared with other sugars these arc bold
teniarkably cheap, last reported sales
having been nt 3 30c, basis 88 deg ,
tho equivalent of 3 90c to 4c for 00
deg. test Centrifugals. Some business
Is believed to lmvo been put through
this week, tho pi leu to bo determined
day sugar arrives, tho basis for 88
deg. being 70 points below tho duty
paid quotation for 9G deg. Centri
fugals. Offerings aro now ut slightly
Cuba news Is qulto satisfactory for
tho growing crop, but one or two bec
llons stuto that they nro not receiving
siifliclcnt rainfall, compared with oth
er parts of tho Island. Tho old ciop
Is slowly drawing to a close, theio
still being fivo centrals ut work. Itc-
celpts for tho entlio Island ot Cuba
for tho week nro 8000 tons, which
aro boniowhnt "lurgor than tho pre
ceding week. This Increase Is duo to
planters holding stocks in tho interior
who sold second halt July shipment
recently, bending tho sugars down to
the toast for shipment, it is pus
slblo thnt next week's receipts may
also show snmn slight lnctcusc, duo
to tho samo cause.
Wo uro In receipt ot ndvlces from
Mauritius confirming the shnrtngo In
tho ciop dim to the ijyclono nnd other
adveiso weather cuudltlons, and we
have reduced our estlmalo of this
crop to 180,000 tons, against previous
estimate of 215,000 tons.
Centrifugals aro now 2G conls per
100 pounds below tho parity of beets.
Tho lslblo crop In Cuba Is now
1,431,188 tons, against 1,119,970 tons
to cnricspondlng dato In 1909.
Thu U. K. Ilguics given horowlth for
six months of 1911, show J8!),li"i7 tons
Increased Imports of raw beet sugar
and 200,779 tons decreased imports
raw cane sugar. Imports of refined
sug.tr ineieuscd r44 tons.
NUWl'AI.TZ, N. Y July 21. Thu
ono good leasnn why tho warring
sugar Inteiosts did sign an agreement
to end tho conlliet was fear of tho
Sherman anti-trust law. There weio
minor coiisldeiatlons, of com so, hut
ovory llnio the) matter wns hioached
to John Arbiieklo when tlio tight
waged vvmmoH Ai buckle di-dlmil
nnd told his opponents to remember
tho Hheimnn law.
Propped up by pillows In his bed,
Albiieklo so testllled today licfnto a
suh-commltteo of the speclnl congies
Blonal investigating committee. Tho
congtossman had como to Arhucklo's
bedside hecauso ho wuu unublu --to
SUGAR MEN FEAR
tMX - 'lMtHlmL&isulSJittftlx l.MtMlSBftitvijA-'U... . iA-iiaU.. i. jt JuA-'a. '5. i .'rtf-'iijk'
on thin, pale children ia
It makes them plump,
rosy, and active.
contains no drug, no alco
hol, nothing but the purest
and beat ingredients to
make blood, bone and
como to them, nnd they found hint up
parcntly unreserved In giving tho his
tory of his commercial hattlts.
Arhucklo said tho light started In
1898, niter there hud been frlttlon be
tvvcen hla coffto company mid tho
American retlncry. Tho Ainerlcun
company retaliated by going Into tho
coffeo business, lu 1897, how over, ho
said, Havemcjcr had tried, unsuccess
fully, to purrhnso fl per cent of hla
Nnr 1 Vtl United.
Tho witness said that tho sugar war
was not yet ended and that he had
always said there should he no agree
ment to curtail production or curtail
LiiaiK il l.n rue tttiinx.
MndlMin said ho read in tho minutes
ot tho Atneilc.in Sugar Hcllnery Com
pany entries showing Hint tho tiust
loaned bctweih $ 1,000,000 nnd $",00fl,
000 to Ilia Woolnui Coffeo plant at To
ledo; that tho company had i barged
off $700,000 to profit and lofci account,
and that tho light against Arhucklo
had cost tho (rust even Inure than
"So tho Amrcliaii Is still going uf
ti!r trade tho way It used tu7" ashed
"Not so much us formerly. When
Havcmcycr was ullvo ho would not
stop at anything. Ho would use any
kind of weapon that ho needed. Ho
cared for nothing."
"Mr. Sprockets says you suggested
to him, ufttr u meeting wlthllave
mcyer, that lie should limit or rcdiitc
his output. He nlsn tmld jnu weio re
ducing pour output. Is that true?"
"Spteckels used to tell me hla
troubles with tho American and I
tried to smooth thorn over. Jlut 1
never nsked him to limit his output
IxitH or sugar men mine to me, but
I always told them: "Don't talk to
me about limiting price or output
Itcmcmber the Hheimnn law.' Of
course, eventually, every nun had lo
i educe, as tho country was over
stocked." "Theio has been no ngreement," ho
lidded, "hut I will admit that there has
como n friendly feeling between us.
It Is much better."
IN COPLEY FBTNTI
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
tOSO Nnnanu Street
'Tho Pioneer Plumber"
182 Merchant Street Phono 1931
August Sale Now On
Rugs and Draperies
J! Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
Klnp Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Iloz 840 Phono 3093
Successors to Qhaw & Seville
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phono 3035 P. O, Box 491
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates i;lcu on till kinds of
Concrete Work Specialty
'AUAHI 8TRLET. NEAR NUUANU
CLECTRIC CAfllNET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen,
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
Phone 2467 or call at 176 8. King 8t,
8 .in Frunclsco
A QUIETREFINED HOU8C OF
American Plan llooni with Until ami
Hoard from l 00 n Hiy
European Plan -llooni with fJnth from
12 00 a Day
Special Monthly Raits
A high-class I'umlly nnd Tom 1st Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
and on tbo edge of Ilia Itetnll Shop
ping District. Hvcry room with Prl
ato Hath Positively 1'lrcproof.
W, E. Zander, Manager
ROSA Ji CO.
Bottled In Doncl
JULES PERCHARDS & FILtV
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
W Deliver to Any Part of tho City
ROSA & CO.,
i i .
Alakea and Queen Streets ,
rot IALI At ALL 1AU
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
Cream Pure Rye
, told b
LOTIJOY AND 0 0.
You'll find they're all good fsl
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
The Wall Beautitier
Old, dingy walls are made
bright, fresh and attractive by
the use of this superior kalso
DEKORATO Is ready for In
stant iibo upon being mixed with
Call and see us about It
Lewers & Cooke.
177 S. KING STREET
DO NOT PUT IT OFF USE
Pau Ka Hana
Will Do 11
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND.HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
1494 EMMA STREET Telephone 2415