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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911.
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VON llMM YIIIM. CO. GETS
AGENCY FOR ENGINEERING GOODS
Tlip von llamm-Yoiiug Company Im.
finally arranged to give I ho I tnwnllati
Islands a lino of aiaratin which Ik
known throughout tin1 Htnte mis b.Mng
the highest grade manufactured. It
lm:i taken i-iiino time to perfect Ilio
combination or iiiarntus ui manufac
tured by the different com or na hii
Dial no imo title would conflict with
the other. II) thin method till (if the
ngcnclcs represented In The on
lluium-Young Company nre exc utlve.
The Alllx-Chalmers Company In the
Inrgest tiinnurnctiirlim concern of Hh
Mini In the world, and every piece of
machinery hearing their nsime-i:ttc Is
mnnnractureil within their own shopi.
It Is ireiareil to give a complete Hat
(if apparatus for steam power plant
work, which they iiutinfacttiro ,for
driving machinery, whether directly
by hteiim f urtilnliltiK electric current
and gas etiKlne units for direct dilve,
or In connection with electrical gm
erator Carefully Designed.
They design and build within llulr
own shops complete liydro-elcttric
generating isiwer plant consisting of
(lie various tyieH of luiptiNu and tur
bine wheels and nil station upparatus.
which Ik a claim that no othei manu
facturer can make. They can nix o.'
ler the latest patents for r.usons high
piesiure, low pressure nud mixed
ire8nure titrblnet. which, together
with certain Improvement.! which
their own englneeis have Included In
il.e make-up of the turbine, place
llioin In a position to guirnnlfe the
highest obtainable efficiencies In Kteam
Tho lMgcmoor bollerH bae been
securing some of the largest contractu
In tho commercial and givernmcnt
For CENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY nd FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to u and we wdl fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
Niees-lty knows mi law. but ns the
mother of Invention she should nt least
be loiiversunt with the patent laws.
Pride mid summer no before a fnll
NlUr borrow nm tiling you enn't re
turn not even trouble
' i&jttM'&A -yp&wyx'xtmmit't 'i''n'iii."ii,i itn'ne heWi -
fields, simply duo to their guaranteed
high clllclency, end In most enws they
have Hitpplleil the horlrniitiil water
The C. II. Wheeler Manufiictiiilng
Company. eutlrel specialize on sur
face con.leusers. which has Its advan
tages for general all-round woik as
It can be used in every cue, wbereis
IIh Jet nud barometric types hae
only limited fields
The Harrison Safety Holler Works
own and contiol lill patents) covering
the Cochrane healers, which ale pro
fitable for the iitlll7iitl(in of exhaust
steam In condensing ilinl non-coudelis-IliK
The Mister superheaters of the pro
tected Ope ns mauulactureil by the
I'ower Hcclnltv Cotnpjny ute consid
ered the most highly economical sup
erhealer now on the market
The American lllower Cotniany, fur
which The von Hamm-Young-Co, are
iKcntH, niamifnctuic every conceiv
able type of blower and exhaust fans,
practically used In l.uge manufac
turing companies and olllce buildings
lor supply Ins fresh air, and remov
ing odorlferoiiH smell from closely
The Terry Hle.ini Turbine Cutupiny
have filled a gip In tuiblne develop
inent In sizes i.iiikIiik from IT, KW to
Information and dat i can be fur
nished concetti in the Hawaiian Isl
ands who are desirous of IncreiisliiK
the cfllclenc) of their plants, anil tho
prices that the factories cm offer ns
icprcsculcd by The von llumm-Yoting
Company are well worth conslderitiK.
All such Inquiries can be nddressed
to the sales engineering department
of The von Ilaiiim-Youui; Company.
Brown & Lyon Co.. Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everything In Books"
Cards, Letters and Empty Boxte,
A R L E I G 'H & C 0
Hotel Street, Opposite Union
C. H. Wheeler Mf'g Co., Philadelphia.
Surf.ce Condensers, complete) Dry and Wet Vacuum Pumps.
Harrison Safety Boiler Works. Philadelphia.
Cuchrane Water Heaterii Cochrane Separators.
American Blower Company. Detroit.
Blower and Exhaust Fans (all types)) A. B. C. Vertical Engines.
Edgar Allen American Manganese Steel Co., Chicago.
Genuine Manganese Ste.t Castings for all purpos.s.
James Beggs & Company, New York.
Blackburn-Smith Feed-Water Filter and Grease Extractor.
Builders Iron Foundry, Providence.
Venturla Tubes for Measuring Flow-Water and 8team-Recordlng Apparatus.
Edgemoor Iron Works, Edgemoor, Del.
Vertical and Horiiontal Water-Tube B oilers.
Chaplain-Fulton Mf'g Co., Pittsburg.
"Vigilant" Feed-Water Regulator) Fulton Governors! Steam Specialties.
Refer all inquiries concerning complete Steam Power Plants, Hydro-Electric Power Plants, etc., to
Sales Engineering Dept., Room 60, Alexander Young Building.
THE von HAMM -YOUNG CO., LTD.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
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Hutchinson, Ineieasod Irom 10c tc
inc. comineiiclni: Jjn. in, I i 1
SAI.KS lletween Hoards: $.12,000
llllo liiOl 0, 1100; $500 llllo 1901 lis,
1 1 Ml; ICO Hiva, J3O.r,0; CO IJvvu, 10.r,0;
200 O.iliu, $30.75; 10 Hiitclilnson, $1s.
75; 5US Hutchinson, $18112, 31) Hut
chinson, $18.11214; 25 II ('. & H. Co.
$10; $1000 Mcllryde Cs. $100; $3000
Mcllryde fis, $100; $1000 Mcllryde fls
$100; JMI0O (). 11. k U 5s, $103.50;
II. It. T. & I.. Co.. $127.50.
Session Sales: 10 Hwa, $30.80;
llonokaa, $11; 5 1'anuhau, $22
WASIIINdTON. Oct. 24 While in
the United Stntes mid In most of the
reninlnder of the world, th.re Is u instance are conceded to bo the nat
sugar shortage, Russia has tuoie sug- ral markets for llu slau sugtr, and
ar Hum It knows vvliat to do with ' I hey nre not Included In recljon
Whlle Amerlcnn housekeepers are i"g Hussla s competitive tenltory. Tho
ini'tlug up n nit with .sugar at eight nuthorlly on vvlilch the American gov
rents a pound, and even more, the eminent chiefly relies holds that by
women of Ititsiln linvo the knowledge "'o llrussels convention tho Russian
that, after the use the supply now Roverunicnt was prevented rrotu shlp
irovldeil for tclall trade, tlieto is an l,lnB '""fc "'nn 200.000 Ions of sugar
Jld surplus of C0O.O00 toils on which " '"" ll110 comielltlv territory In
to draw, and a still lurthcr great ur- cIiiiIIiir tho United Stales,
libit, aliout to bo lieai'dl up through' If, us the result of efforts whtcli
Hie present beet sugar campaign. Hus- will bo mado in that direction, Rus
sia has enough sugar to relievo tho sin should bo permitted to tell some,
'vorld sliortaife, and to reduce the of its sugar In this country, it is not
cost, but Russia cauiiot ship Its sugar clear thai the American consumer
iimiI the United States could not fiee- would bo greatly benefited. Russian
iy buy it even If it could bo shipped, sugar coming Into this country must
This complication Is one of tho re- pay not only the usual duly of n lit
suits of artificial Interference with the He less than 2 cents n pound, but
general laws of trade. Russia is now also a countervailing duty of about
u party to the llrussels convention seven tenths of n cent n pound. I'rnc
anil thereby Its exMirt trade In siunr tlcallv nil of this duly would be add
Is limited to 200,Ooo tons u year. What- cd to the retail pi Ice of tho sugar.
ever sugar beyond that Russia pio-,Tlie countervailing duty Is levied be
duces must bo used nt home, or not cause of 'tho bounty paid by Russia,
at all. The Russian eort business The Amci lean tariff levies In addition
lias been under this limitation since to the general rate, a sptclnl duty
1908. For live yearn prior to that on sugar equal to the bounty or otli
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UllIO ine llrussels cimtcilliuil nun ill
force, but without Russia being a par-
ty to It. Indeed, other sugar-prodiic-
Inn continental enuntries entered In-
to tho agreement partially with al
view to Interfering with Russia's ex- largo prodts for the factories In this "financier" right nvvay. It was re
port trade In sugar. The result of country which manufacture domestic imrted ut tho meeting that the par
tho convention vvns that the United r.ugnr, cane or beet. Farmers glow- nde plans nro tho best ever. Tho enr
Klugdom being n party to tho ngreo-ilng sugar beets will not secino any VB wm (.,,,.. np i,t.nCP lmrt 0f
ment and n large consumer of sugar, udvnntngo over the usual year, be- u ,, ,, . . . .)r.,.lr
prohibited the Importation of Russian cause the factories contracted In nd- ,,,,',,,. i , .. . lrlc,or
sugar altogether. Thereby tho other vance for their supply of beets, and W"" 111 shortly be able to announce
Hiignr-prodiiclng countries of Kurois; the price paid, llxed In advance, dirt. ..m , fea,,lrC9.
wero satisfied and a way was found not provide that the farmer should I Tno l,lca of l,1 water feto Is par
to regulate commerce In Imunty-puid share In an advantage the unlooked tlcularly well taken and members of
Eiigtir. , lor. Nor will tho American consumer the committee, when tho plans wero
The original llrussels convention get much benefit from the domestic sketched to them In brief, wero grcit
expired In 1908, mid Kngland gavo sugar Industry, because tho domestic iy pleased at the outlook. Now tho
nollcu thnt she would not consent to prlco Is always fixed by the win Id roi,cni of mlslnc snvprni itimi.-imi
Ilium, IUUIVT mail IV Itnnuivu uiu jhum
of regulating trade lu uouiity-puld bu -
gar, tho other conllnental countries
let Russia Into the combination, with
the understanding thnt It should ex-
ia - i'ir a
iport not more than 200,000 Inns of
Uugar a year. Hussla accepted theso
terms, probably not realizing Hint her
output would almost double, and Hint
In three years she would hold the
key to tho entire sugar situation
Tho only hope for tho general uso
of IlttBsInn sugar throughout tho
world lies In n dlfTcicuco of opinion
as to tho meaning of tho nKreement
of 1D08. gome Insist that It meioly
prevents Hussla Irom sending more
fijthnn 20t),000 tons of miKar n year Into
countries which Joined tho agreement
Others contend that It prevents litis
rla from sending mute than 200,000
tons n yenr Into competitive territory,
lly cotuKtltlvo territory Is meant
countries which might he expected to
get their sugar fiom more than uno
other nation, rlnlatid and I'ersla, for
w ililluiliUKti Klivn mu trnjiiiiK
country. The lountervelllng duty lias
for u long time prevented the Im -
nortation hole if Russian HtiEnr.
Tlie world slioitage of sugar means
i ut umj uii fi-tiiivu niiis
, Tho American consumer would be
glad If there iivcro a way to Induce
the tarlfr-nsslsted beet sugar factor- . " is not inoiigiit mere .wllUbe any
los to dlvldei'the ndvantago In this ono who will hot do what he can.
sciisoti of short age. Hut there Ih no
vvny, it Auiciican coiisumerM wore
Itusslans, they would find n different
situation. There the government does
not slop wllli paying a lionnty for
beet sugar. Having given It the ad
vnntngo of government help, tho llns
ylans Insist that tho sugar business
shall also be subjected to strict re
gulation. Officials nut only determine
tho nmount of sugar which miy bo
Fold for Russian consumption, but
they fix tho maximum retail price
Thus tho llusslan consumer gets somo
benefit from tho paternalistic sys
Ho is a wise statesman who can
ligilto Just what would hniincii should
nil artificial restricts bo taken off
me sugar irnue or mo worm. Tlieore'
tlcally the result would bo the nro
dttcllon of cane sugar In the tropics
Biifllclcnt to feed flic world. Hut Just
at present tno untied Stales Is vv t'
nesslng n situation In which tropical
cntia has mirrored n crop shorlago by
itbout 300,000 tons, vvlille colder Rus
sia, with a paternalistic system, Is In
liosltlon to moro than make up the
difference. Tho United Stntes also
will have a full crop this year.
Promotion Committee Takes
Up Financing of Biggest
Carnival Yet Attempted.
Floral Parade plans are developing
fast, mid now the proposition Is to
nuance what promises to be tho most
elaborate and successful cai nival Ho
nolulu lias ever had.
At yesterday's meeting of tho Ha
wull Promotion Committee finance
,,,.na vmt-n lnlkn.1 nin
'' ' '." ',,,,'
i' "alr",a" . it. iioogs
0I' '" consult with Dlrec
ed to consult with Director Arthur F.
Wall of the parade to settle upon the
i t I ii t
,"1 I''I'p of "o city are realizing
wt a ,,Ib ,"url"t nHHC "'o 1'arnde
Wm. Cooke & Co., Ltd., Sheffield, England.
Highest-Grade Plowing Rope, Traction Engine Rope, Transmission Rope.
Allis-Chalmern Company, Milwaukee.
Air Compressors, Cement Machinery, Crushing Machinery, Flour Mill Machinery, Steam Engines, Hoisting Engines,
Hydraulic Machinery, Gat Engines, 8ugir Machinery, Sawmill Machinery, Timber Preserving Machinery, Steam Tur
bines, Water Turbines, Pumping Machinery, Complete Electrical Equipment (alternating and direct current), Con
densers (jet and barometric).
Terry Steam Turbine Co., Hartford.
High and Low Pressure Low-Speed Turbines (15 kw. to 250 kw.).
Erie City Iron Works, Erie, Pa.
Four-Valve and Lentz Poppet Valve Engines.
Pawling 6c Harnischfeger Co., Milwaukee.
Trav.ling Cranes for all purposes) Mono-Rail System for handling all classes of material for field and shop yards.
Power Specialty Co., New York.
Fost.r Prot.ctive Type Superheater.) Heenan Incinerator, for Garbage Disposal) High Duty Hydraulic Rams.
Vaouum Engineering Co , New York.
Complete Sanitary Cleaning Plants, using Rotrex Vacuum Pumps.
ft" M. i -,
PACKARDS, STEVENS-DURYEA AND
CADILLACS GO LIKE HOT CAKES
The shipments of automobiles re
ceived by The von llnmm-Yuung Com
pany tills week nro comprised of two
Packard fi-cyllndcr, 7-pasrcnger lour
ing car, ono Packard 30, four-cylinder
phnctnn, and one Packard 30, seven
passenger, four-cylinder louring car;
two Stevetis-Duryca C-cy Under toriie
dos; one Cadillac touring, and two
Cadillac pliaelons. Ail of these cars,
but one, wero sold to nrrlve and were
immediately delivered. The deliver
ing of so mnny cars made things hum
around The von Hnnitu-Yoiing Com
pany's big establishment as it is cou
r.ldcrnblo trouble to apply tho differ
ent equipments, wash and polish and
oil tho cars up, and Instruct the new
buyers In the workings of the latest
Mr. I .or rln K. Smith bought one of
tho 4-cyllnder, 7-passeuger touring
cars, which lie is placing In tho rent
service on The von Hnmm-Yoiing
Company's stand In front of the Young
Hotel. Tills gives Mr. Smith two cars
In the rent service, ono of which he
Is having operated on nnnther stand.
A prominent Honolulnn mid a great
connoisseur of automobiles selected
ouo of the wonderful six-cylinder
Packard touring cars, with which ho
Is very much pleased.
Mrs. 11. M. Allen was another who
selected a six-cylinder Packard tour
The rnmmllteo tnlked over n ntitn-'
her uf Interesting points yesterday.
I), von Datum brought up the mailer
of Hawaiian music, deploring the fact
that many quintet clubs, Hawaii's best
advertisement on tho mainland, are I
not singing tho true Hawaiian music
and that the same holds true In Ho
nolulu. The committee will tnke tho
matter up with leading Hawaiian mu
Tho volcano as a tourist asset was
talked over. The committee Indulg
ed In a hearty laugh at the Idea of
anyone being kept nvvay from Hawaii
by tho thought of the volcano, nnd
Lovornl members stated that on the
Mainland nnd In friropo this Is con
sldeicd the best feature Hawaii has
to offer tourists. The committee- will
consider plans for advertising It more
widely. One of I). Howard Hitchcock's
.lnlnllngs may bo reproduced for dis
Oilier things taken up were tho pro
posed trip of an All-Cnlneso tnim to
M -k$ . MJJMLmLLxhj,
Mr. Francis (lay bought ono of the
six-cylinder Stevcns-Uitrjca torpedos.
This Is the fourth StoveiiH-Duryca car
which Mr. (lay has owned, which ggos
to show the great staying qualities
of these cars. Tho new Slovens SW
is one of the smoothest cars to drive
mid one of tho best riding cars which
has ever been brought to the Islands.
Mr. R. I. Spalding got one of tho
new 11112 uiiiiiiiac touring cars, wiiicii
makes the second Cadillac which Mr.
Spalding lias owned.
I Tho other two Cadillac phaetons
'were delivered to Mr. John Water
house and tho County or Maul res
pectively. i The four-cylinder Packard phaeton
was ordered for Mrs. Conrad C. von
l Hnmm. Tills car Is ono of tho pret
tiest of the Packard models and Is
painted ;i rich dark maroon color,
which forms n striking contrast to Iliu
gley scat-covers. The car Is fully
equipped in lino shapo with all mod
ern Improvements, Including a Siren
horn. The Packard Is very adaptable
to hill-work which Is required of a
car being operated on the Pacific
Tho Overland runabout which Is tho
first of the new 1912 $900 cars was
thipped lo C. J. Schocnlng & Company
of Mnui. This Is ono uf tho cleverest
cars ever seen in Honolulu, nnd Is
noted for Its strength nnd beauty
the mainland, comments on Hie flue
lecturing work being done by the Rev,
J. W. Wadmnti on the mainland and
for general piomotlon work.
Tlie men's meeting nt the Y. M. C.
A. Sunday nfternoon will tnke tho
lorni of a conference on ono of Hie
Important features of the evangelistic
campaign to be held somo time ntler
the opening or the new year. Itev.
P. C. Peters or tlie First Christian
Church will present tho subject lu a
short talk, after which others will
have opiiortunlty to express tliclr
views. The meeting will be an Inter
esting one. The hour Is fonr-thlrly
In the nfternoon and tho meeting if,
open to all men Interested,
She's n smart woman who tries to
make u man believe lie Is smarter
than she is.
Kver notice how much belter a
stolen kiss doesn't tnsto than tlie real
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