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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 0, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day -except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Waliaci, R. Fakkinc i'on, - Enirou
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PA7ABLE IN ADVANCE.
UVUINI.-NU 11UI-I.IIIIN WllliKI.Vmil.l.KIIIN
n Mmtli sttvwhcrelu U.3 7H lfl Sit Monlos .An
Ir, (jiMilti, uv,herii US ., .a.txj Per Vrer, ftuywhric lu U S I.oo
l W.r, nttfliMe It. IT s H.tm Per Yrsr snrwhere it CansiU. t.Hv
l.t Vtal -iM.,iul, lititlgt IS.oo Pel Vtur pnftlwl!il, fouljtli 3.wt
-Tprfx i ticlltorial Rooms,
Tree corn in old Rome bribed a mob and kept it passive,
By free books and what goes with them in modem America
wc mean to eiase tho mob from existPi.ce. There lies the
caidinal diffeience between civilization which perished and a
civilization that will endure. Lamed.
With raw sugar selling at an unexpected price, a price
unheard of since modern methods of sugar manufacture
have been introduced,1 Honolulu seems to be in a state of
The present is indeed a most remarkable condition.
We will not attempt to account for it beyond making the
suggestion that a great many people who ordinarily "make
the market" in sugar stocks, decided some months ago that
the sugar industry of Hawaii had seen its best days and the
only way to make money was to invest their surplus earn
ings in the "splendid offerings" from the mainland.
Mud) Honolulu money has gone into those "splendid offer
ings" and there is not the slightest doubt that' it is .'there to
stay, never to return.
The Bulletin does not bring up this matter to say "I
told you so," but merely to again offcrthe timely suggestion
that the man or woman who lives in Hawaii and has made
his or her money in Hawaii cannot possibly do better than to
invest in Hawaii's industries and enterprises ,bcsides buying
household goods in Hawaii.
Kjep your money at home. Where your money is there
will your heart be. And what is more to the point, the rec
ord of fifty years has been that the Honolulu investment for
the big and the little investor is a paying proposition.
Though the securities in tho local market are pretty well
advanced in many instances, the opportunities for good in
vestment by the man with a few dollars are by no means
exhausted. The men and the women of small means can far
better afford to invest in local stocks or real estate and pay
the premiums asked for good income-bearing securities than
to send their money out of the islands to make nest eggs
for the promoters of glittering generalities, and never see
any of it come back.
HAWAII TRADE WITH THE MAINLAND.
Hawaii's purchases of domestic
pioducLs f I om tlio mainland of tho
United States amounted to $21,077,213
for tho twelvo months ending witlt
June 3D, 1911 This Is over a million
dollars more than tlio amount recurd
d for tho same twelve months In
1910 and tho total for the period end
ing with Juno 190) was $17,193,219.
StrniiKu ns It ma seem tho total
i.iluo of Hawaii's exports of domestic
pitidtiLtB to the mainland decreased.
The figures for tho twelvti months end
ing with Juno 1911 ura $4J,180,19.r; for
twolw. months ending Juno 1910, $4v
10I.2SS; for same period ending Juno
These llgurcs with many otheMn-,
teresting details of tho trado and
commercn of tlicso Islands with tho
mainland nro contained in the Juno
summary of tho commerce and lln.iuco
of the United States Issued by the sta
tistical bureau of tlio Department of
Commerce and Ijtbor.
Hawaii's shipments to tho Mainland
nro made up In tho largest part, of
course, by sugar. Hut pineapples nro
showing a great incieaso fiom jear
to )e.ir This Item nlono amounted
lo $J,O20,S0O for the period tinder con
sideration For 1910 It wns $1,M8,8S0,
"Am ou n friend of tho btlde
gloom's family?" asked tho usher at
the iliurch wedding
"I think mil," leplled tho lady ud
ilicssod "I'm the mother of the
bride " Vonkers Slittcsmun.
"I wish I'rlU would write his fig
ures plainer. I can't possibly till
fiom his lettei whither It Is 1000 or
10,000 kisses tint he sends mo"
"Why. don't )ou Insist on.belnB.tho'Bcript
tnttrtd it lh Foitofficc 111 llnnomla
m ftrcniKt-rlsitg matter
SEPTEMBER 6, 1911
and 1909, $1,229,017 Our banana
shipments were Milmd at close to
i:lclencos of the growth of Mono
lulu nre found In the Increase of the
lough and manufactured lumber that
wu Import from tho mainland. The
nluo of rough lumber purchased has
Increased nt the rato of nearly three
hundred thousand dollars u year Blnce
Wo mo btijlng over $100,000 worth
ol potatoes in a jour from tho main
land or n total of $301,000 for all cg
etahlcs. Our liquor bill has Increased
from $.Gr,038 for the twelvo mouths
ending with Juno of 1910 to $638,941
for tho same period ending with June
Hawaii bought $450,000 worth of
paper and manufactures of, In the
twelvo months from mainland mar
kets. Our paint bill amounted to
$211,181, an Increase from $19S,38G in
Our shoes nnd leather bill amount
ed to $790,701, almost it hundred thou
Mind dollars more than for tho sumo
period of the previous jear.
The meat and dairy product account
totaled $897,029 for 1911 as against
$848,018 for 1910 nnd $7CI,93r. In 1909.
head of tho house."
"I am tlio hiad of tho house, but
my wife snjs it head Is no good with
Tinmp Mister, would you glo mo
n nickel for n meal?
I'i'iestrlan For a glnBs of beer,
Tiiiui vv'otovor jou pay, boss;
jou'io p lying foi It. llnston Trim-
The single Item of condensed milk
Tliu steel tun hardware men tlo n
business ullli Huuali Mint rutin Into
millions of dollars For 1911 tho
lotnl wis J,r.2i.,3Sl ns against $3,229,
OfiU for 1910 and $2,041315 for 1909.
Hubhcr goods totaled $337,973, or
otto hundred thou'iind dollars mora
tlmn tlio ear liruWi.ua Tho big Itun
wim $ 1 90,000 for rubber tires.
This naturally turns one to Mm
nutomobllo trade, and there Hawaii
lilts made, n good record Tlio people,
of this Territory bought automobiles
Mtlttcd at $"23,u;g during tlio year
ended Juno 1911 and paid out JCS.028
for automobile parts. Tills makes a.
total of a million dollars n jenr for
the automobile traders of the States.
Tor 1U09 our automobile tnulo
amounted to $111,790 Tlio total car
riage nnd ehlclo account for 1911
Tlio drug, chemical and proprietary
medicine account for 1911 mis $417,-
M)7, nearly one hundred thousand dol
lars, grenter limit tlio jcttr prclous
Tlio proprietary mcdlclno bill In-
ei cased from $.13,114 In 1910 to $5 1,818
Our puiclinses of breitdstuffs tol tied
$l.!i",l,:ilfi. (her half a million dollars
worth of Ibis was for wlie.it Hour.
Dealers In cotton goods liae .t great
trade wltli tlio Islands. The llgurcs
show tlio total Millie of Imports
$2.227,C(i'l for 1911. This wus nn in
crease from $1,7CC,3C3 In 1911.
Tlie pm chases of dried and canned
fish totaled $3S9,&C1 nnd Hawaii
bought fruits, dried and fresh, valued
rigures nro ordinarily dry raiding,
but In tills Instance they tell tt ory
Important and Interesting story to tlio
business men of tlio mainland A good
sli.ira of this trade goes tlnoilf,li the
wliolesalo and jobbing houses of the
west. As u result, tlio lnrgo cities of
tlio west get the credit with tlio cast
! i n manufacturer for trndo that
comes to tlicso Islands.
Of tlio total twenty-ono millions of
business, over fourteen million went
through tlio port of San Francisco,
two millions through Seattle, four mil
lions through New York anil tlio re
mainder In small scattering amounts
Al' of this trndo as well ns tlio for
ty mti'VliB of sugar and pineapples,
vas tarried in American ships.
SHINGLEJND FREAR. '
Supremely silly Is tho best dellnl
tlun of the morning paper's Interpre
tation of the Snn Francisco Interview
In which H V. Shluglo announced his
lendiness to bo n candidate for Dele
gate, If Ktihlo refused to run.
The Adortlser says the interview
Is un expression of the antl-Freur
Kvcrjono witlt any sense knows
Unit Governor Fronr completed four
years In olllco lust August. Ills term,
however, continues until noxt Decem
ber or January four years from tho
ditto his appointment was continued
by tho Senate.
Tito Republican candtdnto for Del
egate will not be nominated till Aug
ust or September of noxt jear.
In 'other words the Oovornor of the
Territory of Hawaii will hae been
appointed a full six months before
tlio campaign for Delegate Is on.
Consequently the attempt to mix up
tho nomination of Delegate with tho
appointment or non-appointment of
Governor Frcnr Is pure folly that,
would disgrace a child trying to solvo
a political puzzlo.
WILL ASSIST CARNES
(Continued from fag 1)
tlcid that the gtiuas aro now being
attacked. nx thought fur sumo
tlmn tint tiny would not tackle tho
'Ihls meaiu Hint tho spread of tho
II) throughout tho Island of Oaliu may
bo unlvirsul, for now that he bus gut
nn appetite for tlio gunas In tho liousu
lots It will not bo long beforo tho wild
griiMis aro attacked. Inspector Ollvl
trn has found that they do not seem
to attack the sweet guuva so much
as the sour one.
Heports which linvo been coming In
from tho Inspectors show tlvtt although
In some cases tluro is n disinclination
pn tho part of residents to go to tho
tumble of picking up tho fallen fruit,
ns n general rulo tho work Is being
carried out fairly thoroughly. In tho
luse whero there nre small gtmus
glowing, many pei)plo lmn been shak
Ing the trees anil bringing tin in nil
down lit once, while others hnvn been
cutting away the top brant lies and
thin ridding themselves of the null
SPLCNDID HOMC of 6 rooms,
Young Street Extension Vi stories, 3
bedrooms. House It modern, with all
conveniences. The grounds are planted
wlthicholce trees and shrubs.
TRENT TRUST CQ.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WH SHAM. 11F. im.hari:i TO
Bjshop Trust Co.,,Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Crate of ,8x Selected Pines or a
Largo Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave .your order we" do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Kxpross Company)
According to news leeched heio,
Dr. W. l'crln Norrls, director of ipini
unttno of Australia, Is coming hero
by tho Makura next Tuesday on his
way to San Francisco. It Is piobublo'
that he will look oer local iitiurun
tlue methods hcic, but ns his lslt
will probably short, his Inspection
'will hardly be more than n pissing
Mnntitl l'rnnto, a Portuguese labor
er, who was working along the water
front, was I'ccldeutnlly Injured this
morning while loi.JIng Iron rails onto
a drny. He sustalneil n broken leg.
nttnrdlng to tho report of the police
olllcer, ami wns removed to the Queen's
Hnxpltnl for treatment.
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. hi. to 5:30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
THE VELELOPMENT OF THE
has long since passed the experi
mental stage. The present fin
ish product is an unqualified
success, and a necessity in every
Our Thermos bottles keep liq
uids boiling hot for 24 hours, or
Ice cold for 72 hours.
WILL GET SLIP
Work Is In he begun nt once on
drugging nut the nny slip so Hint It
inn l.o used by the crulocrs of the
l'uclflc lint when they come down to
Honolulu next month. Ily next Bun
tin v the ilridt.tr l'eirl liar will bo put
to wink n the slip by the Htnndnrd-
Amtrlcan Dredging Company nnd the
slip dredged to n depth Mitllclcnt to
allow, the cruisers to lie safely nt the
It Is estlnmted that the work will
lake only about slX'dajs, but It Is par
ticularly Important that It should be
done beforo the cruisers come down.
OWNERS FALL INTO LINE
(Continued from Page 1)
In It will clear matters, ti'p to n cer
Inln extent, The St. I,ouls Alumni
nro nlso going to hne their figures
ready although President Carlos I-ong
who was ptesont this morning stat
ed that us far as he knew they would
accept tho same ns tjip Knight of l'j
tlilus. The latter's flguio was $2.50
W. O. Smith representing Mrs. Wal
ler stated that she did not want to
Iimno her lot under nn consideration
ns her late husband had asked her
not to part with It. He stated that
he would write her, lion o or, nnd
piaco tlio clicumstances of the. cue
Tho question wns raised bj Com
missioner Charles Hustace as to what
light tho people not actually fiontlug
Union street hud and whether they
would bo able lo claim an compen
sation. The mutter Is to be looked
Into by the commission.
In spl(e of the fact that Colonel
Super stated beforo the commission
sat that there wns to bo no scciccy
an example of It was given this morn
ing. When Ftederlck K Steero rep
resenting Sullivan nnd Hockley left
the room htvwr.s called back by Cam
missloner MrStockor but Just us that
gentleman wns about to ask him n
question .Commissioner Hustnco undo
a signal for him not to' say nn thing
nnd Mr. Steero was only nsked to
repeat ills former assertion.
wind" last ,
grows in pop t
ularity. It fits.
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-liko model for
the young man.
"With tho popular high, heal
And all the Crossett com
"Mate ;&s mile Eat'
1 TSAOt MASK r
$4 lo $6 everywhere.
LwU A. Crossett, Iacl,Mkv' J
Manufactures Shoe Co.
eabs $f 1
Liberal Installment Payments
c- Ira. Itnjamln I
Itomtch, Uvtr, KMnty an I
, lladdir Rtmnly.
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Socreu, KWstAaU, Nerm Daortkn, SH
-lillfMii Kmh Wm, CaM C0-
tklim. Ahmk Cm&m.
Tct Tedc lor Woks,
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uonoiuui Uruu to.
MRS. CARRIE JACOBS-BOND
ARRESTED INlOS ANGELES
(Continued from Page 1)
Chlcngoan well-known In tho icalms
of song writers, and who Is herself
head of n largo publishing house, to
day that she really should -put up a
$5 bond fur her appearance In court
on the chnrgo of obstructing trafllc.
Tlio lady wns driving her own auto
mobile along lit oneway when u ti utile
policeman ordeicd her It) back up
fiom n crossing. Shu refused, haiighl
II) declaring the policeman was Im
polite lu his request. .At tho station
Mrs. Ilond was still ery liullgnatil,
nnd when the desk seigenut tnld her
It would bo necessary for her to-fin-nlsh
n $1 cash bond or go to n tell
until the afternoon session of court,
hhe drow her tllken skirts about lier
mid demanded to be show it tho cell.
"it Is right up those steps," lacon
ically replied the tincmotloutl soi
gcant. Mrs. Iioiul dashed upstairs Shu
sniffed the atmosphere and pecied
(hioiigh tho bats. Then she ictiitlied
to tho desk,
"Hore'tt your $."," sho cuitly hurled
nt tho sergeant.
Rail) lug foi n Hull Maud, the full
blood Cheiokco Indlins me pri put Ini;
to Institute n suit uKJlust the govern
ment for U'5.000 000.
You might say this about
us after a visit to our
Sheridan street milk depot.
But it Is all necessary If
you want to be assured of
absolutely pure mik.
Compare our scientific
methods with the ordinary
barnyard .nnd you'll see
why it is to your Interest
to buy milk from
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