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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, 1911.
Geary Street, abote Union Sqtuie
Jull opposite lloltl St. Fftoile
Kuropran Plnn Sl.CO a day up ,
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel anJ trick structure, furnUh
Ings coat $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meett all trains nnd steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawcts" A. U. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FACIJtfl the beautiful park
la the heart of the cltj,
nhlch It (he theatre ol
the pituclnal events ol
the famous fntlinli of Haa
KranrUro, this hotel, In en
Tlronraciit nod nliuusihere, ei
irsrs most Ii-iiiiifillr lh
romforlable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. The rojaltj aid nohllllj oi
the Old World and the Far
East and the men of high
arhleirment In America whe
asMDilile here contribute te the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of an
luktltullon which rrprrsenti
the hosplLtlltr uud ludlilduul.
Its of Sau Francisco to the
The building, nlilcli mnrhs
the farlliikt adtanrr of srlenee
lu urilci', lias lion the largest
rapurltr of uny hotel structure
In the ttcst, uud upon rumple
lion of the Tost street annei
nlll lie the largest rnruianiirrj
In the world.
MMI.K TIIK 8KUVICF. 18 UN.
USUAL, TIIK I'UICFH AUK
Inropran Plan from $2.00 U
IMI. i .
Emma, Above Vineyard
l'.itrnntzril by iersnni of
rellnenn-nt. Itnoniq sliuilo
or en unite, with or with
' "MISS- "UOHNSON,
i" .1 i
RESERVE. YOUR ROOM AT
Good Sports Good Bathing Good
Rooms and Ooard
W. C. Bergin, Prop,
WINES AND LIQUORS
: INGLENOOK WINES
i We deliver to any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
CIGAR HOW It
f. A. OUNST 00 Arenti
Inter-Island and 6. rt."Vtf Hhlpplng
books-for sals at tlie Uullotlu
offlce. COo each.
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers anil Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agents fur such woll-known can
u 1'ackard. Popo-Hartford, Hteyena
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomaa Flyer,
llulck, Overland, llitlier Klectrlc, ami
Supplies & Repairing
..Tor Hi. BEQT RENT CAR8 In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. KM
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Us. a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile nnd save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
rhe BICYCLE DEALER and U
PAIREE, liu moved to
180 IIBO lillll
New location Red front, near
fonng Building. Telephone 2518. i
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
1219 FORT ST, ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL""
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents" Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beratanla Str.tts
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAII YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
EIKO IT- NEAR BXTEXX
Deaien in Furniture. VattTeitei.
te., etc. All kinds ofjKOA and Mil-
HON FURNITURE made to order. I
And Cloth of Al Quality Cm U
. Purchased from
MC candles! bldo.
F. 0. Box 601 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL'GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
841 Nuuanu. near King Street
Fine Lino of
At' the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nunami! Street
"It ii 1 1 el I li Editorial Tloom I'lion'e
21S5- Kullctiu Huulueai Oolce
SMALL THIS YEAR
And This Is Causing Sensa
tional Advance In Price of
Wlllett Orny'i miitnr tmile Jnnrn.nl
for July 7 itlvt'H n ntnteniviit of tho
Kiirncnii boot miKiir xlttiut Ion tli.it In
i.f Hrent IntiTCKt lit ircnrnt:
The work unilcr review luift been nne
of the inont 1 tupor tniit becnUKO oC the
excitement nnd nOviinceH nttciiOliiR It,
tbnt Imp oeeiirri'il In KeMTnl years. A
Brent clinnMer to the Huropenn lieet
nip In evidently firmly believed by op
trntorn on tlie FiiKiir exchange, nnd
our own iorreiolitH,nt nnd beet expert.
r O l.lcht, continues to entile us eneli
week for KOinu time pant Hint the
wentlur Is tnifnvornlile, tint In reply
to n aprclnl iUeitlon be repllea tbnt
the extent of the damage enu lint be
rsllniated JiiBt now.
We are nblc, from blx malt ndvlcca,
to Rive snino IntllrHtlou!. In tills direc
tion, which we print herewith, nnd from
whleli It nppwiro, by the tents Riven,
Hint the leaf Kiirfnco Ik especially Kinnll,
whleli Is n very unfavorable condition
nt this tiiK "f the growth, ns from
now on tlie Miirnr In the beet li Riither
tl by tho leave and the larser tlie leaf
nren or eurfnee the lniRor the nugnr
produced UK a rule. TbN point wiik
vhown loot yenr ory clearly. Tho
lontK, however, kiiow richer In KiiRnr
th:ir. nt thlH time III Keernl years,
which mny Indicate mi advanced
Rrowtb condition HeemliiR to forecnKt
n premature rlpenlnir, preventliiR their
ever renclilnR full sweetneKK or full
volume of Kaecliarlne contents.
Our weekly Culm cable Rives Island
recelptK MOO tonx nRnlnst "000 tons In'
1805, Kour rcntrnU nre workliiRnRiiliiHt!
two lust yenr nnd five In inoi). Haln
Ik wnnted for the RrnwbiR crop. Mnll
ndvlceK quote moderate rnlns In nil nee
IIohn but Orlente districts. CO.OOO tons
more recelita to end of crop will brliiK
the totnl crop up to our minimum es
timate of l.KOO.OOO tons. fiO.OOO tons Ih
less than amount received In two pre
loiis years. f
A paragraph berewltb cnlls nttentlon
to tlie Increasing production of Java
white sugnrs In tbnt country, of much
consequence In connection with the nb
nlltton of the No. 1C 1). B. from our
Jnva produces this year 1 ,SC5,000 tons
HiiRar by enrly estimate, which mny be
Very few cargoes of Jnvns have been
bought for the It. K thus fur. The ru
mor that business has been done this
week Is practically confirmed nt tho
close, nnd to amount to four cargoes
for July-August shipment, nt 12k.
10 1-2d. c. & f. (4. etc.). Recent offer
ings nre held nt 12.s. 10 l-2d. (1.51c.) fur
The course of prices for the week baa
been excitedly upuaid. both abroad nnd
lieet siig.ir udvnneed on Monday to
12s 111 -sU for July, reacted to 12s.
LfV m U m W i'.m)d
7 l-2d. on Tuesday and rose to 13h.
2 1-4(1. today, with further ndvanclng
tendency. I'nne Jnvns rose from 13.
to 13s, 9d nt the close.
Ihiropenn sugar consumption to June
1 shows ft 0D per cent. Increase, say
Centrifugals nt the opening were
4.:tCc. p'tr lb., nnd nt the clnso 4.Cla,
nn nilvnneo of ,2Sc. per lb., correspond
ing to nn ndvntice In beets of 9 3-4d
or ,18c. per lh.
The .nlcii of the week, given hero
with, were comparatively small, owing
to the Scarcity of offerings.
Kour ports receipt for week, f.",677
tons; estimated meltings, CC.OOO tons;
stock In tr. H. nnd Cubn together, 34C,
M" tons, ngatnst 1M.8I0 tons Inst week
nnd f.27,SSC tons Inst year.
At tho close the market holds Its nil
vnneo fully nnd seller pretend to high
er vnlues before selling.
Europtan Bt Crop.
P. O, l.lcht-cnbles us specially from
Magdeburg, July 21. 1911: Weather
unfavorable for the growing crop."
July 2f, 1911: "Weather unfavorable
for the growing crop"
German Bet Crop.
P. O. I.lcht's pre-campnlgn tests
corhpnre ns follows wltli those made at
same time In the two preceding years:
Kor Magdeburg Dis
trict, July 12-.
Average weight with
leayea, grams 29S
Average weight with
out leaves, grains... S4
Sugar, per cent 10 88
Quotient of purity.... 77.111
Average of ( tlier
Average weight with
leaves, grams .... . 251
Average weight with
out leaves, grams... M
Sugar, per cent 10.86
Quotient of purity.... 7S.D4
All theatergoers remember little
Daphne Pollard, tho leading child with
tho Pollard Lilliputian Opera com
pany. Well, Daphne did some real
acting lately, In ns much as alio elop
ed with (he choice of her hoart from
Beattlo along In 'tin latter part of
July nnd thoy went to San Fran
cisco. Tho Btenmor Tresldont, bearing tho
happy collide had been -at aea for
twenty-four hoiirs before the elder
I'nllarda got wIbo to certain matri
Tho liniiiuv, man's name Is Kllliig-
tnn Strother Hunch.
Tliore will bo n meeting of the trus
tees of the Chamber of Commerce at
threo o'clock tills' afternoon, tho ap
pointment of a nominating commit
tee to prepare for the annual election
being the business on hand. It Is un
derstood that James P. Morgan, who
Is now serving his fourth term, will
consent to succeed himself.
A refreshing hot weather
drink that is a food and a
Made by brewmasters under
the mosr advanced sanitary
conditions from the choicest
of matured grains and with
.. . 4 & ,
artesian water. v
IS A HOME BEER
The 3eer That's
To tSuit lne CjiimMe
jaw utrtM'ii1 ' '
Governor Frear Gives Out
Statement of Finances For
According to figures given out yes
terday afternoon by the (lovornor, the
Territory's treasury at the end of the
flBcnl year ending June 30 had a stir
plus of $1,081,051.72 as compared with
'$813,602.12 last year. This repre
sents the cash from all revenues after
paying out all outstanding obligations.
The lilan fund does not enter Into
this ns It has nothing to do with the
status of current revenues and expen
ditures. The total receipts for tho yenr were
J3,482,r,C0.84 while tho disbursements
amounted to $3,&84,ril7,Cl. This gives
a credit balance of $101,950.77 while
during the preceding year the receipts
exceeded the disbursements by $41C,-
Speaking of tho matter tho Gov
ernor, snld that this looked as though
tho territory had been going hack
ward but lu reality It had hot for Uio
treasury Is better off this year by
$287,499.C0. Tho explanation Is that
tho above figures of receipts and ex-
lienditincs are those In the general
revenue account, which aro the fig
ures generally looked to, though Jhey
often lead, as lu this case, to Incor
i eel Inferences. There are many
revenues as distinct from loan fund
accounts, and disbursements stated
in the general account Include large
transfers to the special accounts,
some of which aro only of n tempor
If all the revenue accounts, both
general and special, aro taken togeth
er and the loan fund accounts ex
cluded It will be fouud that tho an
gtegate cash balance for the fiscal
ear was $1,2C0.120.0G as compared
with $B70,38fi.S3 for the preceding
year or an Incrcaso this year of $289,
733.53. Notwithstanding this good showing
the receipts were less during the last
year than the preceding one. This
was largely due to a great reduction
In the Inheritance tax and to reduc
tions in revenues from ;laml sales,
rentals ami documentary stamps. Tho
Increase In disbursements was large
iy due to transfers to special nc
counts. One of such was tho putting
OBlde of $125,000 fur filling lu Insaiil
Tho summarized statement of re
celpts and disbursements for the fiscal
year ended June 30, 1911, Is as fol
Taxes, Including real, )ersonal and
other taxes amounted, to $2,C57,175.90.
General Including land revenues,
$238,407.41: water and sower returns,
$174,G19.G9 amounted to n total of;
$3,482.CC0.S4. Added to this was the
cash balance nn July 1, 1910 which
amounted to $845,218.51, making a -total
lu all of $4,-327,779.35.
Tho total disbursements In out-
' standing warrants to Juno .10, 1910,
Lwcre $140,247.55. Among the main
expenses for tho year, wero leglsla
tuto, $37,772.50; elections, $11,508.17:
public works department, $112,09.1.55;
public lands department, $15,9.11.30;
public health department, $430,107.42
maklmr a total of tl.380.124.04. Amnmt
Uhe other general items was the sani
tation ruud showing $125,287.30. Then
.came the money paid nut to the coun
ties,.. out of which ll.noliilu got $510,
046.91, This makes a total for dis
bursements of 2.3111,017.93.
I.nst Bundny thero was a baseball
g.nne nt Wnlnnne between the homo
team and the crack Wnlnlua nine, nnd
It wns n dandy.
The visitors were victorious by the
score of 4-1 nfter n very exciting game.
The Wnlalun bunch wns anxious to
whitewash Its opponents, but wns tin
nhle to do so, nnd the Wnlmines am
smiling over saving themselves from
the whitewash brush.
"Runny Dick," who handed out the
deliveries for tho winning team, hnd
the Wiilanno.s guessing nil the time and
they bad an awful time trying to lo
cate the ball. It was a case of one,
two, three strikes, you're out, with
Dick. Heine Plemer wns behind the
bat nnd gathered In the curves In line
style. He has n good nrni for throw
ing to second, nnd It Is unite nn under
taking to Meal second on hint.
.The Wnlanae team put Italnter
"lleur" In. the box first and ho was hit
hard and often. After the Wnlaluns
had aceumulatcd,to runs, Ilnlnler was
transfered to the bench and the eld
standby Meyer bad to till the bill. He
did better work for the homo team, but
the visitors scored another two runs
It wns In tho last spnsm Mint the
i'alanne saved the whitewash appli
cation. It happened this way: A man
wa& on third cushion nnd two were
out when the batter landed n liner
along third snek which looked like u
foul, but the umpire called It fair and
they were credited with their only run
of the game.
Now, since the Wnlalua team nas de
feated the Walanaes, It Is very nnxlous
to meet tho champion Alea nlno of tho
Plantation League In a gnma tu be
played at Alea next Sunday, August 13,
The Wnlnluns mean what they say nnd
arc willing to pay their fare up to Alea
to play tho game. This Is going some.
It's now up to Alea to make good the
challengo nnd make some noise like
real champions. Arrangements for the
match can bo made by sending word
to Henry Plemer,. Wnlalua.
The lineup of the Wnlnlua bunch on
Hominy vyn ns follows:
Henry Plemer, c.: Dick, p.; J. Teves,
lb.; linns. 2b; Pig Ited. 3b.; J. Ala
meda, ss,.; K, rigulra, rf.i M. Figulrai
rf.; Keonnona, If. Subs, Cleo. llod,
Manuel .Alameda; umpire. Jack Monlz
WAILUKU TEAM LOST
TO THE jUMAS SUNDAY
In a game nt Inhalnn, tho 'Wnllukus
went down Jn defeat at tho hands of
tho Illma recruits. The game created
much excitement throughout tlie nlno
innings. Tho Waltukus managed to
score ono run In the eighth on u dead
ball, This happened when ono hand
was down and a man on third. Tho
next batter came up and bunted; the
ball struck til m. and the man nn third
(leorgo Dunn pitched a great gama
for the Illmas, striking out fourteen
men, while his opoiient accounted for
live. Doth teams played well, and the
fielding was much appreciated by the
Tlio lineups of tho tenms wero ns
Wnllukus llookano, c.: Kan la I, cf.;
Wm. Knos, If.; Win. Hal, p.; Kama, ss,:
Alex. Hose, 3b.s Horry Motto, rf.; T.
Coek'ett. 2b.: Vol lor, lb.
Illmas I. Noa, c; Ah Chau, ss.; Sol:
Kuu, 3b,; P. Ksplnda, If.; Kiiniimu, lb.;
Harainoto, rf.; D. Espliidu, 2b.; T.
Hussey, cf.: O. Dunn, p.
Score by Innings:
Wnllukus 0 0000001 01
lllmns 00X200 0C 09
DR. JORDAN IS ON
A MISSION OF PEACE
STANFOItn UNIVERSITY. July 31,
David Starr Joidan, accnmianled
by Mrs. Jordan, will sail for Japan
on August 9lh, wlioio he goes In the
Interests of the International Peace
Foundation, of which ho Is one of tho
chief directors. It Is his puiposo In
Investigate certain matters In regard
tl the current reports of tho strained
relations now existing between Jiv
pan and tho United States aha the
arloiiH European iiowers. Asldo from
his Investigations Dr. Jordan has been
asked to glvo a series of ten lectures
on the peace itiestlon In various cit
tea of Japan. Ho also has been ask
ed to visit on the peace question, uud
mny possibly find tlmo to go to ('.111
ua, where peace, enthusiasts, havo asl;
ed him to speak. According to his
present plans, ho will return to tho
United States about October 27th.
Six hundred mouthers, of tho Ger
man-American Teacheis,' association
plan to attend tbu con volition to bo
held In Qormany.
ROSA & CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULCO PEHCHARDO &. FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLINd WINES
Wi D.llver to Any Part of ths City
ROSA & CO.,
Alaket and Queen Street
lt IAME AT ALL BAH
K1NQ AND WinANU STREETS
Cream Pure Rye
L0VE7OY AND 0 0.
You'll find thejYe all good fellow-
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop.
leads all others In ser
viceability. It la acid, water
jnd fire refitting. '
Why experiment with an
Imitation when Ruberoid
cot no more?
Lewers & Cooke.
177 8. KING 8TRCET
Anyone found trespassing or
shooting on the Waialae or
Kahala lands Will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July 1,1911. w'J-im
Horses, Mules and
DRIVING, 8ADDLE ANW WORK
YOUNG MULEB BROKEN TO
DO NOT POT IT OFF UQE
Pau Ka Hana
Will Do It
Wank books ot ull sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uullotlu
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