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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.
H., SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911.
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
and lin rcpuitR Unit It could licit be.
In better Bliape iitul that tho Homo
Company was becoming ery popultir
in llic Circuit Court
mom I us.
I It In nloiiR tho name lines ns tlio
nnswers previously filed by the ottior
ilofetulnutH In a similar case. It re
cites the Blatement that the Lord-
I Young Company Is the lowest resxm
slble bidder for the work and If tlio
court permits will go ahead with tlio
The banking llrm of Henry Clews
& t;o., of New York, In lis latest cir
cular under the date of November I,
Mill holds to tho cncouruKlng view of
woitd affairs as In the previous clrcii'
lar. They say:
The utniiiKct llnanclal undortono ro
licnteilly i of erred to In these ndtlcos
expresfed Itself this week with iinex-, wor((i
peenu energy, i lie immcniiiio sun.n- i
iaiits were a better Steel statement!
thnll nlillrltintpd! norm. Insseliln? Ill . Small Farming.
the rlKor of the United States (lov s- T. Stnnett, the superintendent of
.ri.n.Li ii. n.n t.,i..,. rnu.. mil mni ketlnir, returned from u visit to
imirn sntlsfnetore niontlilv statementi 'ul u'trlllK the first of the week and
put out by iuiiio of the ralliojds "-ported that ho traveled all over the
Tfioso clouts caned ft turn In Bi.eoi-1 Valley Island and found that the poo-
Intlw. aentlnioiit which wn further 1 '! entered lino me small larm
fiinphaslied by Kood biiylus to cover '"8 proposition with a spirit that will
b1(,i(r, j certainly bring snecess. He states
Tho' cotitlnued ease In money tit o' ,mU lle '""' mor cu" for ""-''' ""m
Maaon when firm rates usually preull ,10 c0"1'' furnish. The Kula dlstilct
.s of course a iMiwcrfnl factor In sun-.1'0 ,lll,lka ' particularly encimrasltiK
! I'lineri'l f'iilitruittfiti.
The two reinforced concrete struc
tures within the city limits now un
der construction nre the library build- throughout the Territory
Ing on King street and the new Inbo- Ho also reports a general air of
rutory nt the Maklkl Experiment Stu-' prosperity wherever he went during
tlon. The latter Is fast approaching his trip, and that there seemed to be
completion and will be a Very hnnd- plenty of money In circulation
some building, nud will cost In the' In regard to the Insurance business,
neighborhood of $20,000.
The library Is up to the first story,
and a start has been made on the
Manager Mjers stated Hint the now
company had, written uji us inmh
work outside of Honolulu as it has,
forms for the second story, with the In the city proper.
prospects for pouring early next
The work of placing the store fur
nishings In the new Ulom store In
the Pantheon building, corner of
fort und Hotel streets, tins kept a
gang of carpenters busy during the
week. Owing to the location and ar
rangement of the windows and the
lights, this Is going to be one of the
best display stores "In the city.
Xn More Km it.
The day that was to settle tlio
question of whether the city has n,
fever light on Its hands or not Ins I
rniiie mid none, anil no cafe devel
oped. The one case that gave Ilium-'
lulu the Impetus for nnother thorough!
cleaning has progressed very success
lully, anil can now be said to be
liortlng Stock Kxchungo vulues. Thcto
has been some signs of revival of In
vestment demand, mainly from weal
thy buyers who have considered the
present n good opportunity for pick
ing up high gmdo Investments. The
demand for bonds has ulso shown
Koine Imptnvoinent, although not qnlto
up to earlier cxiicctatloiis. In bank
ing circles col i II den ce Is certnlnly
gaining. Hero and there unsatisfac
tory conditions remain, particularly
In the iiolitlc.il, Held, but some Im
portant uncertainties have been re
moved, and this fact Is gradually
lending to n clearer comprehension of
whnt the future presents. There Is
no lunger any doubt whatever about
the Hhcrmnn Law mid Its reqiiltc-
niciits. That has been settled by thu
Supreme Court of the United States,
and made effectively so by President
Tnft's emphatic reiteration that It Is
his duty and his Intention to enfoico
tlio law. There Is nothing for tlio.'e
who aro knowingly op unknowingly
dlsobejlng tho law but to accept the
tiltiintiou us cheei fully as posslblo and
lendjust themselves accordingly. Obe
dience to law Is Imperative, and only
those who nre Impropeily suppress-
and that there Is no question of small
farming piling In Hawaii.
Pearl Harbor Work.
The concrete work going on nt
Pearl Harbor In connection with thu
drydock Is drawing to a close for
Local Stuck Sail".
The record for tlio past week In
tlio local stock market will not go
down In history us an exteptionniiy
i.7 t '
We are now taking special orders for specialties for
Choicest in the city25c, 35c," 50c, 75c and $1
PUMPKIN PIES CRANBERRY PIES
that portion that Is being done under J brilliant one for sales, either on the
wnlnr. Tho net mm,, ulll l.o Ilia, exrlinnire or between boards There
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pumping out of the wnter, and a sec
ond coajtng of concrete will bo placed
Is one phase of the situation that Is
intent, and that Is that all of tlm
25c and 50c
Crop prospects nil over the Islands
are reported lo be tho best, with tlm
growing crop coming on In tho best
V. P. n. Iftcnberg returned from
Kauai the first of the week and re
ports the .sugar cane on Hint Island to
look the finest of any he hat seen,
especially that of the Alcflryde plan
tation. Although there is not the
acreage of Inst onr the manager ex
pects to equal the yield of last year
on account of the fullness of tho pre
sent ciop. He sas: "There is am
ple water and I never saw the plautu
Hon look better."
That the cotton boll weevil shall
not bo allowed to get u foot
hold here is 11 subject (hat is
lecelvlng tho attention of the tlonul
or Agrlciiltuie, and at a meeting held
early In the week It whs decided that
all cotton seed Imported Into tho Ter
ritory shall be thoroughly fumigated
hernia It Is sent to the grower. Tho
stations In the Southern stales of the
l'ict and have also asked that they
will fumlguto the eee, before It In
In.r ...itutinf 111, i, i .to ffi.titliltiltiir ,r. Iinl.l
up prices need have any fear of liclng) '""V,'1 lla" "j? u"?" ,h 1rlmcnt
classed ns offenders. I
(leucrnl business uppeais more pro-!
mlsing. Such returns us aro available'
eliow that the volume of business has
not fallen so far behind last year as
'viis generally feared. Such losses as
have occurred nro usually In the di
rection of smaller products, due more
io Increased exH'iidllures than nil ac
tual shrinkage n business. A bumper
cotton ciop, a good corn crop and an
excess or exports or :i2",tiiii),ui)0 In
nine months arc big aids to business
locmery. Our railroads havaalrcady
demonstrated their ability to main
tain current dividends during a pe
riod of depression.
Political agitation and uncortnlnty
regarding thu tariff Induced much he
i.ltatlun. We nto In for nt least n year
if political dlsciisBlnn during which
wo may seo extreme theories advanc
ed upon cither sldo. Doubtless thu
larllf will bo readjusted, but the pro
1 abilities aie that only the peaks will
bo cut down mid that no revision will
be prnctlrahlu that can scilously en
dr.uger Amcilcaii Industry. It should
bo leiiiemliered that the requirements
for leveniie aro very heavy and that
they are Incrnsliig mid .not diminish
ing. This iilono will pievent nny seri
ous cuts In the tnrllf outside of wool
ens uiiil steel.
Tho stock market has been Kiutided
mid squeezed moic seveiely than ut
any lime since the panic of 19DT. In
trinsic conditions are round. There
is today neither overproduction of
merchandise nor or securities. Money
:s abundant and cheap. Confidence is
begtiiuliig to rlso because the worst
huu already been seen or discounted.
Much or the recent dcniesslon has
been duo io n state or mind. Pro
longed strain and unccituliity has hud
Its usual depressing effect iipjn the
business nerve. It Is time now for
our business men to. ask themselves
ir thu leactlon has not gone not only
far enough, hut too far and bejoud
what conditions really justify?
iuiiliclc n iii uu iniiktu twn ...... - --
nil over the floor or the dock and buying und selling has neeii none n
smoothed oft. The massive structure the Binnll dealer, mo manors 01 nig
that Is'to form the gate of the dry- blocks are In no hnrrv to unload,
lurk linn Imon iiiilalmil ni Snn l.Vnii. PnllnwInE are the sales for the week!
cIsco und will soon be towed down
hero lind placed in position. When
this has been done it will be possible
to empty the big dock of the water.
The roundnllons for the administra
tion building and warehouse have
been Mulshed, but there has 'been u
hold-up In the construction of the
buildings themselves, tis there Is re
ported n tnlx-up In the figures or the
bids thnt were submitted to Washing
ton, and on top or that the bids on
the administration building were far
In excess of tho appropriation for
the work, and It Is thought that there
will bo a change In Hie plans or thu
administration building, and that bids
will bo again culled for under tho
new plans. It Is not thought that
the wwk will be held up for long,
ns the work must move along to keep
up with other proposed work In con
nection with Pearl Harbor.
.Will Cim AH I'liH-s.
There will be none of tho green
pineapples, that comprise tlio winter,
crop, sent io me ioimii. wn m-i-uum
ol the quarantine It lins been decided
to can nil of the fruit, und then there
will bo no danger or nny loss. There
Is :i general overhauling going on nt
tho canneries In preparation Tor n
Inrger crop next season than was
Fruit Fly Battle.
Tho Hoard or Agrlculturo and For
eity niiido but two changes In the
iiles und regulations that were pio
mulgnlcd by Land Commissioner Judd
for tho battle that Is to be wuged
'igalnst tlio rrult My. In the new
:ules the limits are prescribed, and
within those limits the Miles will bo
lived up to tlio letter.
Ouoted heiu la a part of section 2
of the regulations, mid It shows tho
"hew to the line" rules that will bo
enforced and seems in Itself enough
to eradicate the pest. It says:
All fruit, i'llo or unripe, on tho
ground or on tho tree or elsewhere,
und nil melons and vegetables, which
appear to he infected by the Medi
terranean fruit lly or any other In
jurious fruit lly or the larvne thoreof
within tho quarantined district shall
dally bo collected by the occupant, or,
If no occupant, hy tho controller, of
the property on which such fruit, me-
lon or vegetable exists, and thorough
ly destroyod by burning Or by such
omer enectivo means ns tlio duly un
pointed agents of the Dourd of Agri
culture and Forestry may deem suT
Thcro Is a fairly stilt penalty at
tached to tho rules to ha applied when
The conditions as regard garbage
collection are far worso than they
were during clean-up day n few weeks
ago. .Not only nre there thousands of
tons of bnuann trees that have boon
cut down by the orders of the boaid
of health, and hundieds or tons being
ndded to the mass each day, but there
nio nearly ns many old tin cans and
other articles of Iron piled up along
side tho curbs as thero were In tho
The city has acknowledged Its In
ability to copo with tho situation and
i cry for help has biought nut tho
over ready generosity of the cltliena
end on Sunday thero will be n gen
eral turning out of nil bands und
pilvnto teams mid It Is thought that
by tho tlmo tho day Is over thero will
bo such a hole made In tho accumu
lations that tho city teams and men
will bo equal to tho tusk of c-irtlns
away the rest of II. Firms and coi.
poratlons nil over the city havo n'indo
offor of teams und men and It Is ex
pected to bo u busy day as well as a
profitable one for tho city.
SA1.KS llctwccn Hoards :tn l.wn,
530; 10 P.wn, $30; 70 Kwa. $30; 170
Kwu, $30; .'. Kwn. $30; 20 P.w.i, $30.
30 Kwu, $30; $2000 Mcllrjde lis, lull;
.".0 Kahuktt, $19.
Session Sales: $I00 p. S. M. fi.
104.2.r,: $Hl0O . S. M fin, $101.2.'; :
Mpllrvde. Ji;.7S: fi Mcllfvile $11.75; 10
It. C. & S. Co., $39.75.
SAt.KSIlctwccii Hoards 20 Pe
peeked, $iriB; B0 Kwa. $30; $0000 llllo
lly. 19Dl Cs, $100.2.",; SK W.ilalui. $111;
20 Walnlna, $11l;v'.n Onoiiiea. $15;
$1000 Mcllrytle As, $100; ft Oalin.
Ml. 23. "'
Session Sales: $inoo llllo IPOI lis
$l(ni.r,0; $inoo llllo mot fis, $U(if,o,
I $1000 Olna fis. $9t.r,0; 7.1 Kwn $30.f,0;
10 Kwa, $30.50.
HlVIHKNnS Nov. 1ft 1911: Haw
SUB. Co. $1 spl. .IOC. leg.. $1 30; O-ilnt
4!Y spl.. 20c rcg.. t!0e; O It K. I.. Co.,
7"e; Poiicekeo. $1; Walalua. 7r,e,
SAI.KS llotween Hoards 12.', Illhii
Hy Co.. $8; $1000 1111 Itv Hull 0s,
$100.50; $4000 llllo lly 1901 fis. $1(MI.-
$3000 P, 8. M. Is, $101.2.',; 20
Kwa. $30.50; 10 Kwn, $:!0.5O. ft II. C
& S. Co., $40.
Session Sales: $1000 Olna lis $91.-
10; 10 Oahil. $30.75; 20 OjIiii, $tu,7.'..
DIVIHKN1) NOTICE ll.i n. Com
.uckIiiI & Sugar Co.. etia 2.'o. per
thare; total Dec. 5, 1911. 50e
Wnlninmiln, monthly dividend In
creased from $2.50 to $l."i. from Nov.
50, 1911, to ami incluillrg Mutch 31,
FRESH PASTRIES and CAKES of every description
PLUM PEDDING FROZEN PUDDINGS
ICE CREAM, all flavors
CANDIES Gunther's and our own make
Hotel Street, near Fort
Xevt Local Vessel.
U'or.l frinii Din ('nan! slates that
.1... ..... I.,u-lul,,,k.l ulAl.tll..,. tvllllllPII.I l.M .
win. President Ken.ie.lv on board, will I"'", extra $l; making total $2, Dec
arrive ut the port on the 28th of this l.J-ll- ..,,,. ..,..,
month. Thu Klluuru will bo tlio' Haiku, extra $1 ."TCiklug total- $J
largest or the Inter-Island Meet. iind.lK;c. 1. 1911.
It Is stated that th'u engines and llt- (Continued on Pa0e 16)
tings that have been put Into the vcs-
set are ot the llliest. The Kiluilea!
will bo a most acceptable addition to
tlio local fleet.
Xew Coast l.lne.
Articles of" Incorporation for a got!''
erul shipping anil commission busi
ness between tills city and Iis An
geles have been filed with the Treas
urer. It Is the Intention to establish
ii freight line between Hawaii und
the Const on u good, sound basis.
Tho Incorporators nre Norman Wnt
kins. George S. Wuterhoiise, Nelson
II. Uinslng, (leorge K. .Marshall,
Oeorto A. and Hubert K. McKldow-
ney und William 11. Castle. Tho head
olllce Is to be In Honolulu. The cap
ital stock Is $10,000, mudu up or four
hundred Bhares of $25 euch. Castle
Is the first president und the two
McKIUowneys secretary und trens
urer, respectively. The shareholders,
In addition to those named, are (ins
tuv Zeller of Switzerland und K.
Vuneu Miller or Washington, I). C.
It Is the Intention or the promoters
to place the Jmrk Alden llessu In the
service as soon ns tho repairs huvo
been Mulshed thnt ure being nuide to
thu vessel ut a Count shipyard.
ROSA & CO.
Bottlej In Bond
JULES PERCHARD3 & FILB'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
W. Deliver to Any Pert of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Qneen Streets
TKe Honolulu Music Co-, Ltd.,
Sole Agents - 88 King Street
More Forts and Men.
According to the open statements
Hint huvo been made and tho giuided
hints that huvo been dropped Ouhu is
In for lots more soldiers and u few
more rorts. The stiitcmcnt of Gen
eral Murray whcicln ho said "I want
to niako up my mind Just what Is
needed fur the crrect defense of the
Island and furthermore, there must ho
enough men here to repel tho landing
of n hostile force should such u ijondl-
Hon come about."
It would seem Horn Hint Onhu I
lo bo inado ono or the best foitlllod
Islands In tho woild. Thero will pr
liuhly be little delny In the additions
in inn ugniing lurcus uuro mini inu (, j.;sa,. Sales.
iuci mill ueiiurm Murray ui mis uauy T1, B)o I)f ,)r01)ertyi ns ro,)0rtpd
duto to seo Just what Is needed nnd ,)y ,ho var0U1) rcal ,( ,iouU,rH
to have me neressaiy incusiiius car- lho cty for tho past week, has held
rlo, lluoiigli cougiess :it tho coming (tH 0WII llB ,.0,ured with the pro-
session. vlous weeks. Thu sales last week
totaled $0,7fi0 for tho Kalmiikl IjukI
Belt Road Farce. Company ulono, and tho week Just
It Is piobablo that the delay In tho cnnilng'to a close Is expected to do
conjunction of lho lleoln sliotch ol llmc, better than that. Theie Is no
lho belt toad will como to an end audi let-up to tho home-building operu
wink bo lesunied In u short time, The t,m tin-. t ure going on In nil of tho
Lord-Young Knslnoerlng Company 111- subuibs or the city, mid the outlook
ed Its answer to tho Injunction caso lor rapid ginwth In the residential
brought against them by John Wilson Hue U most promising.
The Immigrant ship Wlllesden Is
looked tor to arrive some day next
week. The exact day of the week
cannot bo stated, us It Is not known
H the Wlllesden bus wireless, und In
caso she has not her arrival will only
bo known when she appears on the
The Wlllesden hus over IS00 Immi
grants on bourd, and us thero has
been no further Blgns of fever In the
city she will be docked at ono of tho
local wharves und tho now urrlvuls
tuken to the new receiving atutlon,
which has boen till lilted up espe
rlnllv for that 1 lie of work, nnd is
said to bo tlio best immigrant ro
celvlng Btntlon In Anierlcu.
Dr. Curl Humus, chief of tho Ked
eral iiuariintlne stnff here, has nuide
nil Hiriincements. so that there will
bo tho least deluy possible If there
hhould bo necessity of placing quar
antine on tho vessel.
Tho arrangements for tho comfort
ol tho Immigrants ut tlio now station
urn us complete us run be, nnd I lie
whole place has been surrounded by
u high who fence, It Is stilted Hint
u luigu number of those on the Im
migrant shin will lliul friends wait-
lug for them on the wharf, whrt ranin
to Hawaii on pievlous Vessels.
Heine llnslneiis Hoed.
Mummer Mveis ol the Home Instir
unco Company returned during tlm
week from u business visit to tho
other Islutids. wheio ho has been
checking up the couipuiiy's business,
I acific 3
KINO AND NTJTJANTJ STREET
they're all good fel-
"It's the Fashion"
0. H. Diviei, 7ro
Hotel nr. Fort
Some "Newsies" Will
Get the Prizes?
ARE YOU going io land one of these Five Grand
Prizes, or are you going to let the other fellows
carry them off?
HOW ABOUT THAT TRIP TO THE
The BULLETIN is holding it far some little news mer
chant, Who gets it?
Make the other fellows hustle to keep up with you,
fOS IAIX AT AIL 1AI
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box .488 1
FIVE MAJOR PRIZES:
And a New Suit of Clothes for every boy who comes '
near lo the leaders
1st. Round Trip to the Volcano or equivalent in cash
2nd. Gold Watch or equivalent in cash
3rd. Silver Watch, or equivalent in cash
4th. $25 Dry Goods Order
5th. $25 Grocery Order
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