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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATUMDAY, SEPT. 30, 1911.
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TM1I IS TNI CltAniMAN DOOH-THI
rmtiT ttmULow Detn orruu at
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
(Continued from Pag. 3)
It tiiin been decided Unit tlio six
Mr rtclRhtcrs of the Amerlcnn-llit- living here.
wnllan lino nlmll run direct between' Dr. Wilcox snjs Unit he would not
San Francisco imil UiIk port, cutting bo surprised to sco a number of tlio
off two kIiIoh of tho triangle routo iinostloncis coming down bore for tlio
th.it has taken In Seattle lieicloforo ' purpose of taking up small (nrniK.
This arrangement will remain In rorco Many tourists hale signllled their In
until tlio latter part of November.' tehtlon of coming hero for tho winter,
when tho Timet Sound ports will ami tlio doctor lhlnkn there will be
again bo visited and made a part of 'a teenrd number arriving Insldo of
tho triangle route. The Arlznnnn,
which arrived hero on Thursday, win
the last of the
triangle route ships
Savings banks of the rlty have
phen notice that tlio rate of Interest
on savings deposits will bo reduced
from four ami n half lo four per
cent on the llrst of Hie coming veal'
'Phis Is the result of the plethora of
money and general reduction of tho
Interest ruto for loans.
Following tho cable to the efTect
that n good How of oil bad been
Mruck In the lliimaiiuui well, comes
a letter from August lliiniburg hack
ing up all that was said nnd giving
further particulars of tho strike Tho
letter states that the well Is caving
and that a bracer will bo put In at
once, after which there will bo u
chant c to make a test One feature
of tho How Is that there Is no gas
with the oil as It comes from the
giound, and that Is an indication that
the well is good for a number of
The Hoard of Immigration, at a
meeting held the first of the week,
discussed tho proposition of establish
ing a lino of steamers between here
nnd Huropo for the purpose of carry
ing Immigrants. It seems that tho
development of the whole schemo de
pends on the news that Is received
from Agent Campbell. Tho demand
for labor Is urgent, and It Is exported
Unit an additional vessel will be char
tered In connection with tho Wllles-
den, which Is expected to arrive In
(iiMiTimr Inspects llunicstruiN.
(lovcrnnr Freur, Attorney-ficneral
Lindsay and Umd Commissioner .ludd
returned the llrst of the week from
a trip through tho other Islands, taken
principally In Hie Interest of land
matters and water rights.
To tlio Ijiml Commissioner tho trip
was of utmost brnrtlt, as ho was
given an Insight to things that could
not bo obtained from a map. Tho
Governor is high In his praise of tho
condition In wlilcli he found soino of
tho hnmcstenili, w'll'e others showed
that there had been I cully nothing
done to hold th" hied.
Some of tie teni'ts In fruit-growing,
as preacl'od by Kxprt Slarrett,
were seen b the p.ul, and they state
that tho fruit looked as good as any
oxcr'grown on (lie Oust. While away
h visit was paid to .he Intako of the,
IlainHkua ditch In company with Mc
CrosBon and JorgenEcn.
1 Tlio contract for tho now U.noo.
ton liner fnr tho Canadian-Australian
Steamship Company has been awarded
to John llrnwn ft Sous. Tills vosm'I
Is tho llrst of three of tho sumo Mm
that haio been b.ugaineil for nnd aro
to bo plared on tho I'aclllc run bo
'tween Vancouver and Sydney nlnng
about the latter put of December,
8. T. Stairett, who has been ap
pointed to tho roslllon of market su
perintendent, and who prophesied
great things for tho Miiatl farmer of
Hawaii, Is uxpoctcd to arrive on the
' Wllholmlua, duo hero next Tuesday
When Starred left hero for the Coast,
after a thorough canvass of tho situ
ation, ho staled that If ho did 'take
tho position of market suporlntenrtont
It would only ho for the period of six
months. It Is pohflhlo that ho may
be tempted to remain here permit-
Within n shot! tlnio thorn will bn
n now wholoim'n po factory started.
It Is tho Intention of those who "nro'
ptomotlng tho schnmn to make, , It
thoroughly sanitary In every fi'Jl'eeri
i imil iiinMiuioi jtmuniniu wfit J'ayp
n visit to tho new factory, arid miik
an examination tn son that it comes
up to tho roiiulromnts of tho law.
j Ilr. i:. V. Will on of tho lVdorax--
porinmnt station has recent,! y ro-
t turned from a tour tin ouch thiiTiortJi?
' vvesturti part of tlio Statos, whero hn
1 mado a thorough study of tho condi
tions of ranching In those parts, with
u view to picking up nny new Idens
along that lino that could bo used; to
advantage in Hawaii.
Ho thinks that many of tho crops
now grown there can bu brought to
perfection here, and especlalljrh
, thinks dry farming Is well sullttd to
iiiiicii oi ine land in Hawaii.
Inquiries were umdo frerjueutly of
AT FACTORY PRICES
oiin In tmrou IS? th Jt tntftt of tmf
W wint our CofniltCil1ogitln thhnndnof ffrr niii
iho will W In th marWt fnr cur roo,!t-Ml mnm m Mvlnc
ThU boo li ttnt FRF.K to any luMreM. Writ turlay.
Alt GooJi ahtrrl with PmIUt Guarantee. Prompt tMp
men in etr-rywhtre.
Hawaii and tlio conditions licro mill
I ho prospects of h farmer making u
tho next six months.
Bids for the construction of the ad
ministration building and the general
M'nrohotlso at Pearl Harbor bine been
called, and will bo open until 1:30
November loth here and until 11
o'clock Nmvinlicr llth at Washington.
This will be the llrst of much work
of a like nature to bo dono there.
Fate of Oil Gusher.
What ninny happen to a gusher i
graphically described as follows In a
recent Issuo of the Kxnnilner:
The dcnlh of the great likcvluw
purher has been ono of tl.c limln lo-
plrs of conversation In local idl clr
cles for tho last two days.
It li bellivcd by the superintendent
of the Union Oil Company, which coi
liornllon owns tho well, that a rave
In occurred In the depths of tho
earth nnd that probably tho gusher
is gone past recall. Ilunover, what
has happened In the well Is almost
wholly guesswork, for the oil stands
full to tho top of the well and (Ills
tho great pool about It to the level
of the drain pipe.
It is supiHised that tho rasing has
long ago been worn out and ejected
bit by bit. but even this belief is
founded only on the fact that ninny
small pieces of pipe, nobody knows
how many, aro burled in tho great
bank of sand about the well.
At the Union heailnunrters at Marl
copa It was said that no plans for tho
lutiire disposal of the well have been
made. It Is ronsldcicd doubtful If
an) thing enn be done with It, but In
view of tho gusher's remarkable pist,
the prudent ones are not quick to
At the height of Its volcanic glory
the likev lew's flow was measured
and was found lo bo doing !)i;,noft bar
rels of oil a day. For months the
dully average was hotter than IO.imjii
barrels a day. It Is estimated that
or tho totnl output or tho well fi.nou,
000 barrels hnvo been saved; In fact,
these figures can he accepted as ofll-l
clal. The amount that has escaped
in seepage and evaporation Is hard
to estimate, but tin figures will not
fall short ,r S.nno.niio barrels.
Kvcrythlng considered, history does
tint tell of another oil well that ap
proaches the Ijikcvlcvr In steady per
formance. From tho very fl-st tho
gusher was boj'nnd control, much of
the casing was tossed out of the hole
by tho gas pressure as superfluous
material, and latterly the water which
flowed Into the hole from the .'(H) and
l.Riid levels hnd full swuy. It is now
planned to cement off the water wllb,
tho, exp-rtntlon that either a pump
ing or flowing well will bo the result,
In the first stages of eruption tl
cushion was erected mound tho top
ot the monster, and In so doing 00
imiii sacks or sand, eirh weighing tip
pinxlmalely l'Ki pounds, vvrru used.
From every stun llnt Hut Lnkcvlcv"
gusher Is tho most rciuarkublo oil
well In history.
$50,C30000 fcr Cuban Properties.
,' Tour powerful syndicates with n
combined capital of .r,u.ll(0,00(l for
investment In t'lilun sugar mills and
sugar lands, have their ropiescnta
tlvu, In Cuba ohtii'nlng options on
valuable proivitlos, says iho Havana
i'ost. Tho utmost secrecy Is being
observed by tho representatives, but
ho many ptopoitlcs ate being examin
ed, ntiil offers mndu nnd refused that
tho facts are beginning to loak out.
I .oca I authorities admit that In nil
probability JM.OOrt.oofl will bo actually
I spent heto within U0 days. Ono corn-
puny s In the market for -2 sugar
TvJiilfcyndlcnlOH roptesent Aiuorlcin
rapltafl'.tb, joiio Knglisli and another
Diitltr " One of the American syndi
cates, is. rQpicsentoil by Miguel Ta
rafa of this rlty, another syndicate,
s'a'fi'f to ho hacked 'by John I). Spree
HeIsTCAsd!t! 6wn, representatives hum
IHTBojialb' examining sugar mills.
Thu' Kugltsh Bjndlcate U represented
by Fouler Ilios. or Clonfiiegos, who
obtained nn option on the Caracas
sugar- cstato at Cicnfuego fur tl,
020,Ui)(l, The Hpll.mdcis are going
through Hnntlagn piovluce looking
liver aw sugar properties
Tho two Ameilcan syndicates are
:onljr tJoyWIui; lor sugar mills vvltji
liirgy iiiantllU's of laiul As a rule
lhf.V ili.ntnl Hint n mill rn 11 klwtu
by 'lls'booUs a piolll of at least 18
V-C "-. Hi
per rent If a mill cannot do thin .
I hey a k n rule refute In consider II I
ItrnkeiiMloiMi iiiIIIk which show eon
elusluly Hint by putting In a icnson
ulilc amount ol money they ran bo
made lo pay largo profits are also
considered by Ihcnu two American
The Ccntttil I'nlon. near ,lnvellr
una, win gold n few day ngn for
II IIHHIOO. It wan bought by Digllsh
capltatlHln and In believed to Imvu
been one of the purchases of the ling
llsh svndlcnlo niw here.
The syndicates arc working by
inrniiii of options. When n mill Is of
fered for snlo an option of CO dnvs
In inked and u tliornugh oxnnilnnllon
Is mado of the rompmy'H books, If
the mill nnd the prollls provo to bn
as loprcsontcd, tho terms are cash.
The Dutch Riigar men who ntc op
erating In Hniitlngn ptovlnco are ac
companied by expert ngrlcnltiirlslB
and engineers. They are not buying
now but arc Inking careful nolo of
piopcrtlcs for snlo and will return to
Holland, where they expect to ills
IHise of them. Where I hey can do so
they are obtaining options.
licet Sugar SlnlMlo.
Ono of the latest tables that has ar
rived represents the beet sugar situa
tion as follows. It Is sent nut by Kd
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(Ireater cam III tho way In which
the fruit leaving lure fnr the ("oai't
must bo packed or else the Oallforn
people will bring In stricter quarantine
regulations, Is tho warning Issued by
KiitomnlnglHt Kbrhnrn, who returned
from tho Coast on tho Sierra yester
day, Although bo made some Inquiries
Into the fruit fly (ilicstlon, lie Insists
that lm has Itecu on a pleasure trip.
ltegardlng the lessening of tho regu
lations against some of our Hawaiian
fruits, bn said that a grent deal of
carelessness had been displayed by tho
shlppi-rs at this end, with tho result
that home of tho fruit had been reject
ed. If tho fruits were not carefully
selected and free from scale, tliero was
a chance of even stricter regulations
He sh)'s the report In n Toast paper
that ho was offered tlm position of
state (oiniulssloner of horticulture Is
not truo. It was not ulfered, neither
did he apply.
f ascarets Work
Salts Calomel and Cathartic Tills lire
violent they net on bowels as
pepper nets In nostrils.
Take a Cascnrut tonight and thor
oughly cleanso jour Liver, Stomach
and Dowels, and Mm will rurcly feel
great by morning. You men and wo
men who have headache, coated
tongue, can't sleep, aro bilious, noi
vniis and upse bothoicd with a sick,
gassy, dlsoidcrrd stomach, or havo
backache and fool all worn out.
Aro ou keeping clean Inside with
Cnscarets or incicly forcing u phsb
rgeway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This Is
Cnscarets Immediately cleanso and
regulate tho stomach, remove tlio
sour, undigested and fermenting food
and foul gases; tnkn the excess Idle
from tho liver and carry off tho de
composed waste matter ami isilson
from tho Intestines and bowels,
Ilcmcmbcr, ,i Cuscarct tonight will
straighten 5011 nut by morning. A 10
cout box from )our druggist means r.
clear head nnd cheerfulness fot
months, Don't forget tho children.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kint It,
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TODAY, 2.30 p.m.
COMBINED ACTS OF BIJOU AND
Earl and Fitch
New Sitter Team
Hat Anybody Seen
DON'T MISS HIM THIS WDDK
Vivian & Alton
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
Japanese picture. Uken by Japan
ese film-maker.. On. .how. .cene.
along a railway touri.U' paradl...
Another I. a .creaming fare, .hawing
a rac. again.t time with gei.ha. in
rick.haw. and .treet car.. Thi. I.
Tinkling, Tickling Tune, by
Brown & Robinson
Tenor and Baritone
Coffman and Carroll
Coffman'. foot-tapping I. catching
Mr. and Mrs. tleorge I.vcurgus and
two children sallKl from New York for
l.lvernool on (ho twenty-fourth of
June and have been traveling extcii
slvely In Hngland, rranee, Switzerland
and Italy. On tho llrst ot September
they met Judge and Mrs. Kanford Kill
lard nolo In Venice. While In Italy)
they did most of tlielr slglilseeing ny
motor Krmii last advices they had ar
rlvcil at tlielr old homo In Athens,
Oreece, whero .IJiey plan to remain u
Captain and Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx,
Ueut. and Mrs. Wntklns, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Wood of Now York, Miss Clay
and Lieut. Price or Koit linger, en
joyed (he hospitality of MnJ'ir and
Mrs. Wnntcn lit n charmingly np
IKilnted dinner. Pink nnd green form
ed an effcctlvo color scheme. Afler
dinner the assembled conip.iny ad
journed to the drawing room where
bridge was enjoyed.
Mrs. (ierrlt Wilder has been con
lined to her home with n case of dengue
fever, but Is able In be around, niuili
lo tho delight or her friends
After h pleasant visit in ('iillfnriiU.
Mr unit Mrs. Hubert Shlngln arrived on
tlio Korea, Monday, and have been
given u royal welcome by their nu
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlos Jiuld have
leased one of tho Reynolds bouses on
Oreen street, which was formerly oc
cupied by Mrs. William Lucas. Mr.
nml Mrs. Lucas have ben guests of
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorgii Cooko on Mo!o
kal. II ( Wooilhouso or Montreal and
("buries N. Myers of lloston aro lit
llalelwa and aro on the links dally
with Judge Miiliniilii They aro enthu
siastic over tho delightful little coun
try pluen across the Island
Miss-Power Is showing somo very
beautiful while felt sombreros which
aro among tho very smart effects of
Tall millinery. Many beautiful styles
of trimmed hats also being shown.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Francis Dil
lingham leavo Monday fnr Mount
Tantalus, whom they aro planning to
stay for ten days or two weeks.
Mr. and Mis, tlwcns aio stopping at
tho William Hongs' placo, whero thoy
will lemain until tho last week In Oc
Tho lliirrj (Irajs spent tlielr vara
Hon at llalelwa, llslilng, playing tennis
nnd motoring about tho country.
Mrs Diaries 1'razler has returned
lo town after all enjoyable, week lit
II. (I. li 1'urster was at llalelwa
whero bo usually spends his week
Evening d Afternoon
Sept. 30th, and
Monday, Oct. 2
There will be about three staterooms
to one passenger In the Oceanic steam
ship Hlerra when that vessel departs
on Wednesday morning for Han Fran
cisco, unless there should bo n marked
Increase In the number of uppllciitlons
for transportation to the loast by this
popular vessel within tho next few
Less than llfly prospective passen
gers bad applied for tickets at the of
licn of (.'. Hrevver Co. up to noon
today. The Sierra can easily neenm-
oindnto 22T) to '.'.'.o ilrst-ctass passen
gers. A vessel of this class sailing for
ho mainland with barely ono-llfth of
her Hvaltublo capacity occupied, It Is
For Autumn Wear '
REGAL SHOES n.
have no equal here or anywhere eke in other ready-to-wear shoe, for women.
Regal ttylei are correct in every detail, and have a daintineu and charm of their
onu. vr o ictuiumcuu rvcgam lor cxaci ill ana perieci coauon. ICgJ quality
steads no endorsement it is the recognized standard.
36o 34.00 ' 5x vc.
Regal Shoe Store
Kin and Bethel Stsj
said, does not offer much encourage
ment to steamship companies to at
tempt an Increase In their tonnage ply
ing between tho lluuallall Islands and
Yet In splto of this doeful luck of
patronage, tho Oceanic company Is said
to contemplate an Increase in Its ser
vice by the addition of two steamers
tho Sonoma mid Ventura. It Is pos
sible that tho lattir end of tho present
touring season may develop 11 larger
number of travelers, though the proi
pects are not particularly bright. Tho
I'aclllc Mall steamship Manchuria,
which sailed for tho Coast yesterday
morning, carried barely llfty people In
the llrst class Croni Honolulu. This
vessel could huvu easily accommodated
seventy-live additional passengers had
they been desirous of returning to tho
For weeks past, despite tho inuch
herlded Invasion of tourists, steam
ers destined for tho Coast havo been
leaving Honolulu with empty cabins
All the daintiest ideas in feminine footwear designed
for this season by exclusive New York and Paris custom
boot-makers have been carefully reproduced in smart
Women's Regal models, and now await your selection
here in our store.
AvtommMtMiij t . ., ., .
Congressman Knhn of California Is
now on his way tn San Francisco In a
steamer that Is practically deserted us
far as llrst-class passengers aro con
cerned. The Lurllne, In which ho took
passage, sailed with but twenty pas
sengers. Further extension of time was
granted yesterday In Iho case in
which Kmlllo L. d'Herblny Is suing
George C. Hewitt administrator of
the cstato of the late Samuel Norrls
for ?.12,000 and Interest alleged to bo
owing on two promissory notes exe
cuted In New Yoik In 1R92 and pay
able afler Norrls' death. Ho died .Inly
14 Inst xoar. The time Is now set for
Tho Rwcetneas, ficshnrss and uni
form sxccllonco of Puritan Creamery
butter Is appi eclated by discriminat
ing people, Henry May & Co, Ltd.