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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18. 1911.
NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES FOR THE GREAT SUB
SCRIPTION CONTEST OF
WILL CL08E AT 5 O'CLOCK NEXT FRIDAY AFTERNOON,
AND THE COMPLETE LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED THE
Only Three More Days
In Which to Enter
In thtM Five Days attention will be confined largsly to Ho.
nolulu and th Island of Oahu, tht Lists of Maul, Kauai and Ha
waii balng practically full.
Contest Manager Htnshsll will bo at his office from 8 a. m.
(o S p. m. each day, prepared to give such Information as may
FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF
PRIZES THUS FAR DECIDED
FIRST J750.00 CASH)
SECOND FINE BUILDING LOT IN
THIRD SAVING8 BANK ACCOUNT
OF $300.00 CASH I
FOURTH TICKET TO COA8T AND
RETURN WITH POCKET
FIFTH SELECTION OF BOOK8,
SIXTH TRIP AND WEEK AT VOL.
8EVENTH FURNITURE ORDER,
EIGHTH MUSIC ORDER, 150.00
NINTH HARDWARE ORDER, 150.00 1
TENTH JEWELRY ORDER, S0M,
AND EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
PEOPLE OF THE OTHER
ELEVENTH TRIP.. FROM HILO,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, AND RE
TURNi TWELFTH TRIP FROM WEST HA
WAII, WEEK IN HONOLULU,
THIRTEENTH TRIP FROM MAUI,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, ANDRE
TURN. FOURTEENTH TRIP FROM KAUAI,
WEEK IN HONOLULU, AND RETURN.
How to Start
Nominations of Contestants will be received by the CON
TEST DEPARTMENT of THE HAWAIIAN 8TAR from and after
o'elook each day.
Nominatlpnt may be sent by mall or left at THE STAR OF
FICE, McCandless Building, Bethel 8treet.
It ie required that the prospective contestant's nomination be
made by a sscond person, lady or gsntkman, subject to approval
and aeoeptance by the Contest Manager.
Clip the Blank from THE STAR, have it filled out, and ssnd to
Hawaiian Star. Honolulu
II. S. FACES SERIOUS SUGAR
FAMINE; EUROPE TAKES
United States, the partial cmbirgo
placed by Europe on the United Btatc
and the shortage In Cuba, which ex
portB all of her surplus to tills coun
try nlonc, give tho situation a serious
"Within tho last six wcoks tho Im
portations of sugar, upon which the
refiners were compelled to depend al
most entirely, havo been cut down
"During tho week ended Septem
ber 1, reports show, the rour highest
grades of refined sugar 50 per cent
tost, plantation granulated, cholco
white, and off white were out of the
New York market entirely, Tho next
three grades cholco jeltow, prlmo
jollow, and off cllow-wcrc nominal
ly on tho market, but Micro were no
nctunl sales recorded that week. Sec
onds, the only grades In which prices
NBW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 19. Tho
United States Is facing tho most seri
oils sugar famine In 5 ears. Tho re
fineries have hardly any stock on
hand; there Is practically no trading
In anything but seconds in the New
York market; It Is Impossible to ob
tain any moro of last year's European
surplus, and tho fall crop for tho
United States threatens to show a
large diminution under provlous
Tho price of sugar lias gone up
Btcadlly for months. It has rUcn a
cent and a quarter a pound, whole
sale, In the Jast few weous,- and tho
fall production not only will not
bring about a drop In prices but may
bo responsible for a continuation of
tho rising price.
8ugar Expert's Opinion.
. This Is tho situation as summed up cfc tC(1 rnn from ze to 4Hc
ilccldcdly a high prlco for IhlB tlmo.
by sugar experts In tho Department
of Agriculture after a perusal of field of (no jcari
, . .u u'-'"'s " Temporary Relief Possible,
tlons of tho country reports on the A tcmJorarv relo ,g nlntC(, at ,n
(intent condition of the market, and thc t that (hree of
estimates on the amount of sugar now af are mm m h , t,lg count
held In stock by tho refineries. from ,nv. , rnnor, ,,- ,.,.
It Is estimated that at present the t nto crculal0n ln BUcn a waythat
total stock In rednerlos and ware- ..,..,. i. i-j i it.
houses Is less than 175,000 tons. This t0undntlon
will havo to meet tho demand In this ..Tno Ca'i,forna bcct gugar rcflnors
country for several weeks, and then havo BtartC( lh0 work or grIndng al.
uib nr.i oi ine imisiieti prwiuci m rca(, m,t u ,, h,Rn mprouablo that
the next year s Bupply will bo In eager Nw Ynrk .nd tho Ka.tem refiner
demand. Bocause of the scarcity of ,in , ,,. tt. ri.. .
Bugar, authoritative estimates predict tno Wc8tcrn refiners will gobble It up
that this car's consumption of sugar ag faBt ,ncy can )ay han,,B ,
In North America will snow a dlml- Th. .-., mllnf tho Kn.t ran hnnn
nutlon of 7,818 tons under 1910. As ... from ,h nrn.nn. HPBrr,.v mho
ho consumption Is believed to havo Java consignments fa, to materialize,
ncrcascd In Canada and held Us own w, have t0 come from tne Ti0UisanB
In Mexico, the falling off In tho Unit- .... ...., ,,.. Tn ,nrtiff f.
cd States alone Is estimated as much canc gURar docg not commcnco unl
greater than shown In tho statistics.
early In October, however, so New
Five Thousand Barrels
For tho present scarcity of refined ork -CMnol nopo for any unt toward
tugar. tho Paync-Aldrlch tariff, with tho cnd of lhat month."
Its prohibitive tax on rennod BUgar. a e
,tmiortatlons. Is held indirectly res
ponsible. The principal reason for
thc stringency, according to sugar ex
perts, lies In tho action or Eilropcan
countries In taking care of an Im
mense surplus production, contrary to
Europe Disappointed Refiners.
In 1910, It was estimated, Europe
faced a surplus production of about
l.ooo.ooo tons of sugar, refined. This Qny pjst Sand Tapped and
refiners, would be shipped largely to
this country for consumption. Only a
little more lhan 26 per cent of tho
total amount consumed In this coun-i The S. V. Chronlclo of October 9
try has been raised hero In previous has the following tot say regarding oil
ycarB. Cuba, Hawaii and Porto Illco that Is of local Interest:
always havo furnished largo quantl-' Tho new gusher of the Honolulu
ties of sugar, and Europe has unload- Consolidated Oil Company, on section
ed a large part of her surplus at our - ',1,, .aid to bo pVo-
"""'. . 'duclng at the rate I of. 5000 barrels n
Tho octlon, thorcfore, or Europe In day. This well has tapped only tho
withholding largo Importations or sug- first sand. , if ,
nr nrovlously shipped to this country, During the wceli Just passed th
unnoticed until the stock of tho re- Maricopa field hasf given a good ac
flnerl. had run low. left tho rcfln- countof Itself In tho way of gushers.
... i i..j .t,.n. rrh u-r. .,., Tno Coronation Oil Company, on sec
cr. In bad shape. Tho European sur- on . ,,. and a now sher on
plus was largely consumed aoroaa, tne Kcrn Trading and Oil Company
statistical estimates showtng that tho tract, section 31. 12-23, camo In and
North American continent alone has began spouting llko a school of whales
failed to Incrcaso In sugar consurap-. while a party representing tho Unit
tlon this year. c1 States Land Ofllce was Inspecting
The following table, containing au- th railroad property for the purpoxo
t. iT ,i. ..,.nl ...i.. .. t ascertaining whether It was oil
thorllatlve consumption cstlmateB for bcarln no a8Certa,ned at
1911, manes mis plain. Tno ngurcs once for the R. T. and O. well came
North America ... 206,980
Situation Is 8rlous
ON WOOD REPORTS
I In at 8 a. m. on Thursday, lust as
1910 I they arrived on the ground. The CO'
110 309 ronatlon gusher Is said to be yield-
44,574 ,n& a "Knt "a Tne Party consisted
t.Tizti t Frederick C. Dexendorf, chief of
:'," tho field dltlslon of the United States
'' Land Office; Max W. Ball, chairman
9 597 0( the oil land classification board of
ns.uzs the united States Geological Survey;
214,798 L. El Eddie, law examiner of the
United States General Land Office
"Thn II,,- oltnnllnn la unrlnna . and C. W. Helm, chief Of the Sixth
and wll be more sewous this fall,". ' dJWon ' A""....
... , ' ,,..,, , .... i were In tho field gathering evldenco
said W. B. Clark expert on sugar In- , tno two dlng of tho av.
vestlgstlons, of thc Bureau of Plant ernment against tho Southern Pacific
Industry, Department of Agriculture Company to declaro the oil lands op-
iesterday. "The present prices wll crated by that company forfeited to
probably go higher and there Is no. the Government
immediate prospect of the price golug
"The refineries allowed their Block
'o run down to almost notntng, In ex
pectation of obtaining relief from Eu
rope, which had a surplus ot ronre
than 800,000 tons last year, but, con
trary to expectations, tho European
countries took care of the big sur-
Good Health Impossible Kith a DIs
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A RESTAURANTSIGNAL CODE.
A.Bocrtliysfer of Vienna lids devised A code of
AlgnolsTor diners that fill d long felt want.
I dmtbrtlncj from his vdludUe book d few illustration
trial Show exaotjy now his sclieme worlts. It Is dni
iJrrt THrtTwlll anw ew;rw fpmienTer olodTci dnd
tKdt it Is dn Interndtlondl code wtilcri Is ds easily
understood InTmbuotoo or VlddtvasToK dSrn Coney
Isldnd or Canton, tjytrils code one con order any
thing from eockldlMo oulferflles elDowonTodsl dnd
molo his wdnts known even while d Hunorldn
s7rlnj;bdndoTTor(y pieces is ploying Gizynsky
SKOwozvlent's Divorcee (I WiiUe or while d fdmous
orator Is speaking
in una ine dooh a.
Schnitzel Hurry-up lunclters
. -. - r -..- ,
I boon, believe me.
Sole at This Office..
;HPagenuine MOTOR ENTMUSIASTIs.
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sH CZ VARAGE J$& ANYWAY IT
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J VI 'ildWTk &BSaBBBEBSlX.tCiV ' nM nil -- yss, .
0f I 7a3:'J&WIKM2E& cheap m
Dont recdll the Judges. Nix.
ButforUe love of Mike recdll
the lawyers dnd, while we dre at
it, the hook for d whole lot of so
called actors .What?'
The rauo of one dlvorcetb every
en mdrrldrfes doearrT Prove mdPl
rlao1b be dfellure. believe me.
only that a lotof people eon alTora
. V M . , t , . . A
10 gel divorced. Ihe rdTIo oT cosT Is
obouT lhe sdme,l seems. II cos Is
ten bones to detmdrrled out
d serviceable divorce carftbe proj
cured unaer onenunarea even
if the attorney Is your own bro-
Ind lodlddvarnolel nolz wllh
THE WAGES Of SIN IS A VAUDEVILLE ENGAGEMENTtolsehell bdek dndteeth .
ON COAST TRIP
The Secretary's Suggestions
Are Approved By Exposi
Secretary Wood, who has been In
Ban Francisco, gottlnR the lay of the
land In regard to tho Panama Exposi
tion and, at the Biimo tlmo, keeping
an eje on the Interests of Hawaii un
til things have developed more, has
made n roKrt to tho Oovcrnor. Ho
states that ho outlined to Charles G.
Moore, president of tho Ban Francisco
commltteo, and tho chairmen of dif
ferent committees, tho suggestion of
a largo central court around which
would be grouped a sorlcB of dioramas
arranged by the vory best scenic ar
tists in tho United States, the center
of "Paradise Court," to be filled with
palms and ferns, with a balcony sur
rounding tho entire court at a height
of about twenty feet, tho walls of
which would bo adorned with paint
ings, and photographs. The visitors
might rest white looking at the scenes
of "beautiful Hawaii." .
These Ideas, Chairman Wood states,
met with tho hearty approval ot the
talr commissioners. I
As to tho aquarium featuro, Mr.
Wood reports that tho exposition man
agement has determined to ereci'what
they claim will be tho most comploto
aquarium in tho world.
President Moore told him that bo
would be only too glad to get a desir
able location for Hawaii and that tho
wonderfully colored and queerly shup
od fish to be had horo would bo spe-1
daily featured. Inasmuch as their
aquarium ia to bo a permanent affair.
Chairman Wood advises a Hawaii sec
tion In It rather than a special aquar
ium attached to their own building. I
Secretary Wood Is Interested In the
reuort which Commissioner J. A.
THE SHIRLEY PRESIDENT BRACES,
THE BRACES WITH A GUARANTEE.
Their sliding cord removes all strain from
They outwear all others because made of
thc best materials.
Buy only thc RCnuinc with SHIRIEY PRESIDENT
on the buckles and with this guarantee on
Guranteel If lhe.e braefs truo unMtltfiftnr? In
ny iwrMcular, mall llicm In u nut ymir ilcaler with
)tmr name and addrma ttalnly written nn package. We
will repair, replace, or (It rcqueitcd) refund yuur money.
C. A. EDGARTON MFG. CO.,
SHIRLEY, MASS, U. S. A.
There Is nothing that will create
sickness or cause more trouble than u
plus without shipping to Wis country ,"""-ered stomach, and many pePl9l,i11Bhcs has made on Ills visit to tho
the large amounts expected. Tho sup- f,""1' nHfct "er!UH n,a,lndleS "'T rm which Is producing the "Oardon
ply from Cuba was smaller lhan ' ,lou'"' dl8r,surd OT abu"B ot tho,of Allah", scenery, and looking at tho
uaUJ j stomach. n matter Jrom a promotion standpoint
"The suaar cron nrosnects furnish Wo urg0 evory ono BUfter,nB from.sees much valuo In having como horo
slight hope of rellefThis ?au If Eu- any B,om"ch an' '"'"'.' representatives of a firm which has
mlitamttWiLH or dyspepsia, whether acute or chronic, bocomo wWely know thr0Mgh lhe
Zm what wo can Lather Vo far the to ,ry nexa11 "W T18"1' wUh attention called to the production of
From what wo can gather so far, II e (ha (Kt,nct un(Ierstandlng that we will nitchlnB' work
outlook for even an average crop U their "money without r.m.""enlM W . , .
"'""" uul oiis' ' or formality. If after reasonable use of APPRAISERS APPHIMTCn
Una crop condltlo.iB-LouIslana fur-thl medlclllB u, aro not ti,M.ed tLHitl1b AUIN tU
nlBhos the greater part of the cano wh tlle rMultB Wo rccommend them
BUgar supply-are about up to the to our CU8lon.,.ri, every day. and havo
average but the beet BUgar prospects yct t0 ncar of any ono who haB no,
are bad. I been benented by them. Three sizes,
"WlBConsIn, Michigan, and Southern 2iCt B0C n(1 ,100 a 1)0X Sold n
California are In fair shape, but the Honolulu only at our store The Hcxall
drought In Colorado, Kansas, Utah Btoro, nenson, fimlth & Co , Ltd , Fort
and Idaho has taken heavy toll from nnd Hotel streets.
jUnrt promises lots of discouragement
to the sugar beet growers.
I Cuban Conditions Bad.
I "Conditions are bad In
Mayor-elect James Ilolph of San
Francisco. In answer to congratula-
Cuba, too, turns from John Efflnirer of the local
as millers are now taking orders for Merchants' Exchange, statod that he
January dellvory at 3 centB n pound was highly pleased that the fact of
ln Cuba. As only 3,6(1,1,000 tons ot the his election had created so much In
sugar consumed here Is raised In the '.crest here.
FOR HOTEL STREET CORNER
U Tenney Peck, n. U. Rcldford and
L. C. Abies wero ostcrday aftornoon
appointed by Governor Frear as ap
praisers for tho property at tho cor
ner of Hotel and Union streets which
Is concerned In tho exchange to bu
mado by the Browor estato and tho
Tho appraisers hope to be ablo to
make a report tomorrow morning and
If they do a meeting of tho land board
lll bo called to consider tho leport.
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