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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 2, 1911.
IN pp CIRCLE
1 Hecord-breaklng prices fdr raw
siigor have luid their effect on tho siig-
nr stock market in promoting u live-1
ly trading in tho Btnndard stocks, at
ijlendlly Increasing (prlccs. I
There Is not the Bllghtest doubt1
now mat mo uoet crop or i;uropo has
met with it dlsuster' not equaled in u
generation. For this "reason tho sur
plus sugars expected from the lurge
crop of this year bus disappeared and
thero scouts to'bd tio telling to what
llgtiro tlio price of Biigar will go.
Those who predict flve-uiul-one-half
runts have a chance of seeing their
hopes realized. Anything is llnblo to
In the local market tho record of
the sales through the week show tho
trend of affairs which, under the clr-'
c'umstnnces, limy bo put down as ex
tremely conservative. In any other
market than Honolulu the price of
slocks should bu "kiting," but for
some reason life gcuerul run of buy
ers can't seem to shako 'themselves
free from the feeling early In the year
that Biigar would bo low. Many of
these did not buy nt that time,' and
now refuse to buy unless they can And
,rhe advance in stock that comes
nearest to being sensational Is Wnlu
lu'a. At the present time there seems
no good reason why. this stock Bliould
not go to the high hgiire of last year
and perhaps higher as practically all
tho surplus that Is needed for new
work lins been taken from last yeur's
Sales for tho week follow:
BAI.K8 Between Hoards: 50 Ho
nokua, $12.8714; 25 Ilunokaa, $12.
871.; 25 Kwn. $32.75; 15 Kwu. $33;
111 Kwn, $33; 10 Kwa, $33; ,10 Kwn.
$33; 25 Oahll. $32; 35 Oallll, $32; 300
Oaliu, $32; $7000 McBrydo Cs, $98.60.
'Session Sales: 50 Houokaa, $13; 5
Honokan, $13; 30 Pnhang Rub. Co.,
$20.50; 15 Tanjong Olok, $30.
SAI.KS llctween Hoards: 10 Haw.
O. & '8. Co., $41.12; 15 Haw. C. & S.
Co. $41.1214: 10 Walalua, $120; 15
Walalua. $120; 10 Wolalua, $120; no
Haw. Pine. Co., $38.25: 15 Haw. Pino.
Co.. $38.25; 5 Haw. PIiip. Co., $38.25:
15 Oaliu, $32; 25 Oahll, $32 25 Kwn,
$32.75; 50 Ewa', $32.75; 50 Olaa. $3.
75. ' Session Sales: 10 Onomea, $47.50;
10 Oaliu, $32; 40 Honokan, $13.25; 10
Honokua, $13.25; 5 OWalalua, $12?.
60; 5 Kekaha, $225; 5 Kekuha, $225;
5 Kekaha, $225; 5 Kekaha $225.
8ALKS lletwecn Hoards: 100 Olaa,
$5.87; 30 Olaa, fs:87."400 Olaa,
$5.874: 100 Olaa, $5.87V4; 100 Olaa,
$0; 40 Olaa. $6; 200 Olaa. $C; 200
Olaa, $C; 300 Olaa, $C; 75 Olaa, $G;
CO Olnn, $C; 60 Kwa, $32:76; 60 Kwa,
$32.75;. 10 Walalua, $122.60; JO Pio
neer, $210.50; 26 II. C. & B. Co., $41.
25; 15 II. C. & S. Co., $41.25; 50 II.
II. C. & S. Co., $41.25; S Wnlnlita,
$122.60; 15 Walalua, $122.50; 100
Onomea. $48; 125 Oaliu, '$32.25; 23
Oaliu, $32.26; 20 II. 11. & M. Co.. $20
GO; 40 Haw. Pine. Co., $38.25; C 11.
C. & 8. Co., $41.25; 7U0 II. C. ft S.
Session Sales: 25 Olaa, $C; 15
Qlaa, $0; 30 Olaa, $0; 30 Olaa, $0
5 Pioneer, $21760; $2000 llllo 1'JOl Cs,
$98; $500 Hllu 1901 0s, $98; $1000
Mcllrydc Cs, $98.50; $2000 McBrydo
SAI,KS Between Boards: 130 Olaa,
$G; 50 Olaa, $6; 205 Olaa, $fi; 250
Ohio. $C.12'4; 20 Olaa, $0.1214; 25
Oaliu. $32.75; 10 Oaliu, $32.75; 7!
Oahu, $33; 25 Ouliu, $33; ldo Mc
Bride, $7; 50 Mpllryde, $7; 22 Plo
i.ecr. $217.60; 5 Pioneer, $217.50; 5
Walalua, $124; 20 Walalua, $124; 200
11. B. & M. Co, $20.50; 20 Wulaluu,
$124; 100 Walalua, $125; 10 Wulaluu,
$125; 50 Walalua, $125; 10' Waluluu,
' Session Sales: $1000 Hllo 1901' Cs,
$98; $3000 Hllo' 1901 Cs, $98; C Hon
B, & M.' Co., $20.50! 40 l!u C. 'ft
' S. Co., $41.75; 20 Haw C. ft S. Co.',
$41.75; 25 Hutchinson, $17; 5 Wala
lua, $12C; 5 Walalua, $12C.25;5 Wala
lua, $120.25; 20 Oaliu, $33; 10 Oaliu,
S33: 5 Walalua. $126.50.
'. DIVIDENDS Aug. 1. 1911: Hulku,
$t; Pnla, $1; Pioneer, $1.00.
Aup. 5, 1911: H. C. & Si Om 25c;
Onomea, 30c; Hbnomu, $1.
Aug. 10, 1911: Walluku, $1; Hutch
Aug. 16, 1911: ' Haw. Sug.i 30c;
Oahu. 76c; O. II. & U Co.. 75c; Pe
pcekeo, $1;. Walalua, 75c.
Auk. 20, 1911:1 Haw.( A. Co., $1.
Aug. 31, 1911: C. UreWery& Co., $2;
Kwa7 (20c reg., 40c Itpl.), 00c; Wal
maiialo, $2.50; Haw.Klectr(c, '75; H.
B. & M. Co., 15c; I. I. 8. N. Co.. C5c;
Kulfuku, lOcJ Huw.,'l'lne. Co. 25c;
Kuk'a.hn, $5. ' i
NOTICK An extra dividend of 50o
porjihuro will bo paid by II. C. & 8.
Cu.iuu Sept. 5, 1911. Transfer bonks
closed Aug. 31. ' '
' HALKS Between Hoards: 100 Md
Bry'de, $7; 80 Oahu. $32.25; 35 Oahu,
$33.25; 10 Oahu, $33.25; r. Oahu. $33.
25; 16 Oahu. $33.25; 5 'Oaliu, $33.26;
5 Oahu, $33.25; 130 Olaa, $6.124'SO
Olaa, $G.12V4; 70 Olaa, I6.12HT; 1U0
Olaa, $0,121,4: 90 Olau, $b'.12l4; SO
Ewa, $32.50; 10 Pioneer $$20'; 15 Plo
neor, $220; 20 Pioneer, $220; 15 Ko
knlia, $22F; 100 McBrydo, $7.1214; 125
McUiyde, $7.124; $5000 Mcllryde Cs,
$99; $5000 Hllo 1901 6, $98; J2QO0
McBrydo Cs, $69; 10 Walalua, $120,
50; 60 Walalua, $120.60; 10 Walalua,
$12C50; 10 Walalua, $127;, 10 Wnla
lua7t$127; GO Wulalua, $127.60; 50 II.
C.&' 8. Co., $12; 100 II. C. & 8. Co.,
Wmo Hon. .ft Jt, jOfc, im -SO
Hon, 11, & M. Co, 20.C0j 35, Hon. B.
H. M, Co, $20.r,0; 10 Kekuha, $22K.
Session Sales) SO H. C. & 9. Co.,
$42.25; 300 II. C, & S. Co., $42.25; 50
j. c. ft S. Co, $42.25; 50 H. C. & S.
Co., $42.25; 100 Kwn $32.75; 16 Kwn,
I32.7C; r, Kwn, 32.7n.
DIVIDKNDS Sept. 1, 1011: Hnlku.
(1 reg., $2 sp., $3; Palo. $1 reg., $2
niil., S3 l'lpneer, $1.50.
Inventors In stocks other than
those listed on tho local exchange had
n windfall this week In the news from
Honolulu Consolldated's new well that
Is proving to bo a gusher, tho IntcBt
report giving Its'tlow at 10,000 barrels
a day. The Btock advanced from 1.1!."
to 1.B0 dn this news, which Is espec
ially significances the well Is tho
largest that has been sunk. It dem
onstrates that the oil Is present In
large quantities and can be had In
large- quantities if the larger casings
are put down. Tho information Is
that the casing that went Into the oil
sand In this Instance was six inches.
Tho Public Servlco Association has
mado arrangements for a series of
exhibits of homo' products, which will
be placed in tho 'window of the asso
ciation on King street. The first of
theso exhibits was made last Thurs
day, and consisted of a brick wall
made from the lava brick of the local
brick factory. In the future there
will be exhibits of honey, cotton,
fruits, lumber and, in fact, all prod
ucts and manufactures of tho Terri
Homesteaders of Kaunl.
Land Commissioner Judd has Just
returned from a visit to Kauai, and
thinks that the opportunity for the
homesteader on the Garden Island is
near perfect. One of the principal
objects of tho visit to Kauai was to
attend the selection of the lots In
connection with the Omao Settlement
Association, and also to visit Kapau
and Lawal districts; Mr. Judd thinks
that tho prospects Tor cane nnd pine
apples 'as crops for the homesteader
uro very bright and that' there will
bo good returnB to' those' who "stuy
, On Friday a cablegram was re
ceived In this city telling that tho
now well which has been driven by
tho Honolulu Consolidated Oil Com
pany had turned out to be a gusher
of the first magnitude. A previous
cable, the first of the week, gavo
the flow ut 4000 barrels, but the luteat
cable from J. A. Kennedy, who bus
been on the ground, states that the
latest How Is 15,000 barrels a day.
This news strengthens the stock, that
is now helling at 1.50, having jumped
from 1.23: - "
Help for 4'ntton.
The cotton growers of the Islands
seem to bo of a different opinion re
garding the extent of the damage that
tho boll worm can do to tho coming
crop. One grower stutes that the In
dustry will surely go under tf tho
boll worm Is' not killed off, while
another says that the boll worm is
only injuring about ten per cent of
The Hawaiian Cotton Growers' As
sociation Is holding a meeting today,
at which the committee that was up
pointed to rulse a fund of $3000 for
the purpose of sending a man to Indlu
to look up u puruslto for tho boll
worm, will make Its report.
The tungled nffuirH of the Pacific
Surety Company' seem to bo in u fulr
way to be straightened out in the
bunds of the Bishop Insiiranco
Agency, which represents the Mary
land banking company that has taken
over all of 'tho bonded Insurance
business done by tho California com
pany. The transfer is complete now,
and the Bishop agency Is replacing
tho bonds of the California company
with .another Issue through the Mury
This is us fur as the Bishop agency
has gone In the uffuirH of the Puclllu
Surety Company. Whatever other
tungles thero may be will bo cleared
up luter on.
, The call for tenders on tho bridge
construction work on Kuual bus, been
delayed through the number of
changes thut we're found necessary
to be made lii'tho specifications The
llrst dute set for closing bids on tills
work was September 8, but the, plans
and spcclllcatlons havo just been' re
ceived in this 'city, and the lacul con
tractors object to the short time, 'nnd
It is understood that the superintend
ent will huve'tha time 'extended.
After many confubs, conferences
and negotiations the announcement
wub mude by the uovernor lust
Wednesduy that a settlement bud
been reached Mn the Kapau land
leases. The details of tho agreement
were not given out, but it seems that
they ure satisfactory to those imme
diately interested, uud It is under
stood that the Land Bourd will tuke
up the mutter now and curry It
through to u finish.
During the week two Japanese
medical Inspectors, who have been
sent here by their home government
for the purpose of looking luto tho
lucthodd- ot Inspection,-employed-. inf-fOj.UM
the reception of Japuncnc from tho
Orient, have visited all of tliu places
connected with that Kort of work In ' I
ind about the city nnd huva visited
n number or Hie plantations.
On Tuesday a cablegram was re
ceived from 3. T. Starrett, In which
he accepts the position of "outside
man" In connection with the centrnl
market scheme, Tho salary that goes
with the position Is $225 per month,
The position was offered to several
local men, but was turned down by
The ono vacant place on the Board
of Health was filled on' Wednesday
by,, the appointment of Professor
Keller of the Col lego of Hawaii. Pro
fessor Keller Is mild to be well fitted
for the position, as thero Is need of
an engineer on the board, especially
one who is conversant with sanltnry
It Is almost assured that thero will
be ,n llrst-class wagon rond built be
tween this city and Pearl Harbor In
the very near future According to
the Supervisors, Engineer Gere has
been Instructed to go aheudAvlth the
surveys and the estimates of the cost
of tho proposed road. A letter from
Admiral Cowles to Governor Frear on
the same subject was presented to tho
Supervisors ut their meeting Tuesday"
The ground floor of the Judd
Building, or so much of It as is oc
cupied by the Bunk of Hawaii, will
soon be remodeled Preliminary plans
havo b'een drawn for the change, and
they meet with the approval of all
concerned. It is stated that It wilt
(ako In the neighborhood of a year
to effect the change. Marble and
bronze will bo used in Mulshing tho
In culling for bids on tbo first sec
tion of the Oahu belt road to be built
thero should be some fairly close fig
uring, ns the bidders havo been given
a full month In which to size up the
work to be done. The Loan Commis
sion will receive bids on this work
up to September 28.
It Is thought that bids will be called
for .uhortly on the second stretch of
belt road to be built, as plans for the
same are nearly completed now.
Tho marine barracks, construction
,of which has been held buck for
months, Is about to be started. Bids
for the construction of. the same have
been again culled for,-to be received
at Washington until December The
plans abuudoned were wuy beyond tbo
appropriation. Tho present plans and
specifications, upon wlilcli bids nre
being asked, come well within the up
proprlation, and there is every pros
pect of this work going ahead at un
Tho Harbor Commission got busy
during the week and did some slash'
Ing In several directions. Pilot Ma
caulay was suspended and Harbor-
1 master A. N. Tripp wns dropped from
the roll. It Is reported that tliero
uro a number of other who have been
drawing pay as employees who nro
slated to bo dropped. It Is cluimod
that Inattention to business Is th
reason of tho congested Estate of tho
wharves through the summer season
A now harbormaster will bo placed
In office In a month, and the Harbor
Commission is laying out n now order
of things that it Is hoped will result
In n decided change in the manage
ment of incoming and outgoing freight
overnthe wharves of the Territory. .
Tlio molasscB-ln-bulk trade of the
Islands lias grown to such size that
it has been found necessary to con
vert a targe vessol Into what may bo
termed a "moluses tanker." The Hy
ades of the Mutson Navigation Com
pany is to beplaced In the yards of
the Mornn Company nt Seuttlo, and
alterations will bo made In the inte
rior of the Bhlp so that large quanti
ties of molasses may be conveniently
handled In bulk. Tho changes In the
ship will cost in the neighborhood of
The Mnut Agricultural Company
has been the principal shipper of mo
lasses up to tho present time, but
with the ndyent of the llyudes In the
line of it molasses currier a number
of other plantations uro arranging to
ship the molasses to the coast.
WANTS TO JoTn-THE
COME BACKCLUB SOON
A letter from another would bo
camo-back wns received from by tho
Public Servlco Association during the
week from Q, G. Tabor who spent
snnioi time, in Honolulu and who dc
signed the first cover for the Mid-
Pacific magazine. He writes from
Knrinltns, Cat. us follows :i
"Well it has been several months
sluco I looked my last on. thoso
blcss't'i) Isles' and pot only I, but tho
whole family havo gono through the
gamut of ,'remorse, homo sickness,
finiitn-irtn utiil the rest of it. f huva
, J .wnatlv rriin omo-back- ills-'
i ,worB0 t)arf tno re8t a)(, , lmvo
sworn great and mighty oaths that
another eight moutliB will seo me on
my way back to Paradise regard!er.s
of anything, even If I bnvo to dig
clams on the, bcac,li for a living und'dly bo a gi;c.t success. I baiv two
sleep hi a prickly pear bush. I of them sold while I was thero so
When I lauded In Us Angeles 1
was feeling -hurt enough any way but
tlio first thing I saw upon venturing
out upon the t'treet was several cou-
tes of tho Mld-1'aclflc In u book stall.
Welt It wns the last straw and I
went lu and talked -to tho book man
until ho thought I was raoro tbun
. - I
( MANILA, P. I., Aug. l.-Tlmt the
lontliiiivil heuy ruins luUc endangered
the next year's crop of mignr In Oool-1
dental Ncgros Is tbn possibility rnlsxl
by letters received here by suuur ileal
ers. Thero have been such wild torn-
pests of rnln and wind In the great
sugar fields of'tho southern bland flint
there lias been little nilmil tilling of
'tho Hiignr soil and part of tho crop nl-'
reaily plniite.1 Is In u fair way to being
Prediction Is freely made hi these
Ictttrs that next yenr's crop will
amount tri but CO per rent, of the total
production of this yenr. This llguru Is ,
snld to bo n conserwitko estimate In I
view of the linvoc wrought by the
Dr. Irwin J, Shepherd hns accepted
the position of general health olllccr
of the biard ot health. As retried
in the HllllVtlu yesterday the po
sition was offered In him ns the re
mit of a meeting of the board hel I
tbo dny before.
Arrangements hno been mado be
tween President Prntt and Di. Sheph
erd by which Hie latter nuy bo ablu
to finish up his work in the Federal
health service, H will gle up tils
private practice entirely hut will con
tinue his work of examining Immi
grants fiom tho Orient for some little
Dr. Sinclair hns rallied flint ho is
lu San Fraiiclfcn and expects to be
back on the' next Sierra. The, board
will then have Us full quota of olll
ccr s. Both doctors wear the imlfoim
of tho public health mid tho murine
hospital servlco of tho Federal gov
ernment fo that the Killcy of unity of
work between Iho two departments
which was Introduced Inst jenr Is do
ing carried out.
Since the inauguration of labor for
profit It has been the aim and endein
or 'to Invent tlmo and labor-saving
devices for man, and it must bo ad
mitted, Willi some success. But now
thero lias appeared In this city n cou
ple of labor snvlng devices that arc
particularly for women (also for bach
elors who do their own libitso work)
CnoVlug and washing arc met fnce
to face ''with the portable oven and
tho new vacuum wnshor In a way
that gladdens the heart of every lady
In Honolulu as mxiii ah she sees these,
two utilities in action. The lwrtablo
oven Is guaranteed to savo half of
tho fuel bill, bo It gns or blue llnmO
from tho slmplo reason that tho
whole dinner can be. cooked over ono
flamo, Tho vaccuni washer will wusth
the spotB from' anything except a
spotted conscience, and will do It with
no pcrccptiblo grind or wear on th"j
clothes. Each morning' lliero Ih a
demonstration or these two utilities
nt Levy's storo. on King street at ton
o'clock. In tho demonstration of the
vacuum washer it paior green luck
.Is, put through the operation with tho
clothes and comes out without n
scratch. Theio demonstrations' nro
worth n visit to see.
CANNERY REFUSE ON
. tBEACH ONLY 121 CANS
The Bourd of Health got Into com
munication with Wultcr Macfarlalio
and tho owners of tho pineapple can
nery ut Ahulmunu, near Knlae yester
day and orders wcro Issued by them
for employees to ueurch for the mip
tibscd refuse reported yesterdny. As
n' result of their labors they found
121 tins all 'of which with tho excep
tion of two, wore seuled. They also
reported thut there was no odor to
The Ahulmnnu cannery has tried
several schemes for getting rid of its
refuse and flnully adopted the curling
out to sea as the only rollablo remedy,
Some ot tbo tins liuyo found their wuy
back and thnt lu howl It Is that the
trouble arose. 1'resldout I'rutt said
thut ho was by the bench Sunday and
Binelled nothing, although there was
the chance of course that some of tbo.
stuff may have come In' since.
AcconUng fo ieiiorttj'froin J
leen' lolsimotlveh bavjbeeu or
eleven' locomotive bavMieeu ordurvd
frym Amerlcuii inakorH for Servleu in
MuiieliliVlu and Korea.
wus having sumo lino luck with tho
mngnzlnp nnd thnt It would umloiibt
that I guess It wus all right
"I have done my best to boost 11a
wall klnco I hato been here and buve
written hcvcrul descriptive articles for
I the Times und am doing so ocry lit'
tlo whllo. rWo grew tlred.ot thls.clty
nnd have mucd' thetllttlo countiy
village until It, la tlmo to start "homo"
oi c-p tfi-nv nr-Ativ
SALES VERY HEAVY j
MA.N'II.A, 1' I, July 2:. Tho mgnr
miirkrt or Hollo Is iiIkmiI ilosed inn,
thero being ut the prewut time III tlm
MireliniiseH nt tli-it port u little uir
sfli mafc: '"HB
Kh Hii 'aiH
mF mmfW dtr
10,000 toiiH ngnlimt sr.,000 tons of u llelKiiti' from KIiuiikIiuI to Hollo una
month ago, when bo much speculation nrihrml tho steiuner Diuitsllii to pro
wns expressed us to tlio tiUltimte out- "'oil to Hollo .toward tlm last of tliu
ione. ' month, and Musum, W. 1' Stevensoii
Kollowlug tlm Uirse sales to Hermann (' cleared tbo steamer tussle Dol
& fu, Tubiieiileru: W. R SteeiiMin & inr for tlint port tnduy.
Co, Warner, ll.irues A Co., and Hmlth, Tlio cause for tlio high prices re
Belt gc Co, announced several days
ago, tins come tlu iiniioiiiicement that
W. 1'. Stevi iisim & Co. and WiirncK,
Barnes S. Co. havo tiihen the greater
chare of the reiiuiliilng 3T,fiW tons.'tbaii tho Pblllpiilno prnduet.
paying n henry price, ipiotid as high
ns S.T.O pesos uguliist tho staiidnrd llg-
Vires of 7.25 1-2 pesos paid during tho
That Immediate shipments nro to bo
mado to tlio States Is vldiut from tbo
t -tfi .lift
1 1 . S-. Mlif
This pure, evaporated Milk
and table use. It keeps indefinitely.
It is full of
the Hot Weather
Keep Primo Beer on ice at home.
It is the Finest Tonic and Beverage
you can drink.
) msssmmssmmm i
The J5eer ThoTs J3rewed
Touif The Climate
g5fe?!'ir-w'- ' '
""-' "'"' '"'"' w ' " '"
",J Wnr'i Hornes & t'n. nro sending
vessels to thu port of Hollo to lake on
large cargoes of sugnr. Tlio (lvrni.ni,
Miiinur AihkoiiI.i nnd tbo llrltlsli es-
' ' Hoiialils lire liotli taKlng largo
sugar riugoes, nnd M(Mrs Wnrmr.
llJH.es & To. buo sent Hie xteuiner
ceived for the last of tlio crop Is duu
to the cloMng out of tho Ciiliun sugar,
and u latrncs of tho Java crop, which
Is consldired of u slightly better grndo
Misers. W I'. Stevenson & Qo. nnd
Warner Hames . Co. refused to con
llrm' the reports or the large sales to
their linns whin seen this morning by
li Tlinox reporter, tint Mated, however,
that largo sales even III excesH of tbo
in every way
nutrition and butter fat and
'... .u I.. , .-
i f fe & 4- i
2.",n00 Ions rumored hail been made In '
the past few d.ijs to various Mnhltu
A .NEW CONCERN
V. V. Newell of the Honolulu Vul
canizing Work., announces that he Is
equipped to handle all kind of lire-';
nr mechanical repairing. Only fac
tory trained experts do the work
according to tho latest methods. Thn
new plant Is modern nnd up to date '
In every resjiect and the company ex
tend n cordial Invitation to nil unto-'
mobile owners In the city to give
them n trial.
A warrant dinning murder and nr
miii bus been booted for tho arrest f
"(Jem nil" Mosiiy of the Mexican In-.
The Tort Hood eoal mines nt Sydney,
N S, luivit been lloodcd with sea no
tor, causing u proluldo total loss of the
. is the most
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