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Fancy Silks and Canton Linen, Embroidered
Goods, Dress Patterns, Shirt Wais.t Patterns, Silk
Shawls, Silk Starts, Canton Linen Table Covers,
and Doylies, Fancy Silk and Lineh Handkerchiefs
Single or by the Box, Fancy Hand Bags, Ribbon
Jtyeckwear, Suspenders, Hosiery, Fancy Toilet Sets
The above goods will make splendid Christmas
The Holidays arc close and we ask that you
come and select goods while the stock is com
Yee Chan (b Co.
Corner King and Bethel
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Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typa 58 ,450o"
AMERICAN TRAVELER ' Typ. 64. 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Typa 34 2M0
AMERICAN SCOUT -wfypa.22 120
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. A.akta and Hotal St. - - Phona 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, 8ola Distributor
IF YOU HAVE
ON YOUR BEDSTEADS OR FURNITURE, WE CAN FIX 'EM. WE
HAVE GOOD CASTERS THAT WILL NEVER REFUSE TO TURN.
KING AND ALAKEA
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
W. O. 8MITH, Prcild.nl L. J. WARREN, 8cratary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Traaiurar
iMk Wi - 8mith; ,r J. P. COOKE
W. J. FORBE8 8. A. BALDWIN
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN A. F. JUDD
OFFICES) 8ECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
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Advance toward tho settlement of
ttio 1 1 Ho whurf question la probably,
tlio most notable I torn of constructive
business Hint tins been done In gov
ernment circles during the week, and
ono that will hnvo a far-reaching In
fluence In tho promotion of tho trade
of the Islands. The locution of the
whnrf lias been decided upon, and
tho draft of tho agreement with the
railroad company has been Bent out
to tho railway olllcers and to tho llllo
Hoard of Trade
Stock trading has been fairly active,
with prices well sustained. No deals
or exceptional noto-lmvo been report
ed on tho Kxc'hnngo. Ml1.' Ulshop of
Hrewor & Co., In an Interview given
the Bulletin, put the quietus on
the report of n .contemplated Incrcaae
In the capital stock of Onomoa. It
-1 probable that) the dividend rate .(or,
tho coming' year will be increased to
Kic. a month.
ffho record of sales for the week
SALES Between Boards': ,G .Wala-
Jun, $118; 10 Wnlalua, $118; 100 Gyro,
$30; 4 OBwa, $30; 65 Rwa. $30; 20
Kwa, $30; 10 Bwa, $30; B0 Ewa, $30;
l.tS Ewa, $30; 10 Ewa, $30; SO Ewa
?3d; B Ewa, $30; 25 Pioneer. $210; 25
Pioneer, $210; $10,000 McUrydo Cs.
$100; $1000 llllo 1901 6s, $100.
Session Sales: 15 Onhu, $31.75; 10
II. C. & S. Co., $0.75; 100 Olaa, $5.
C2V4; 20 Olaa, $5.C2',i.
SALES elltwecn Boards: 20 Ewa,
$30.25; 50 Hutchinson, $19.75; 15 Hut
ehlnsbn, $.75; 50 II, B. & M. Co..
$10.25; 45 II. B. & M. Co., $20.25; 130
Olaa, $5.6216; 50 Olaa, $5.62,; 10
Onomon, $47; $2000 McBrydo 6s, $100;
100 Ewa, $30.50.
Session Sales: 20 II. C. & S. Co.,
$10.25; 10 Ewa, $30.50; 10 Ewa, $.10.-
50; 10 Wnlnlun, $118; 5 Wuialua.
DIVIBENDS Dec. 5, 1911: Haw. C.
& S. Co., sill. 25c. rcg. 25c, 50c:, Ono-
men, spl. 50c, rcg. 30c, 80c; Honomu,
SALES Between Boards: 500 Olaa
$5.62V&; 200 Olun, $5.62; 10 Pioneer.
?210; 15 Walalua, $118; 16 Walalua.
$118; 25 Walalua,' $118; 15 Ewa, $30.
SO; 15 Ewa, $30.50; 100 Onomea, ,$46,
50; 50 II aw. Pine. Co., $40.50; 25 Haw,
rmo. Co., $10.60; 10 Haw, pine. Co.,
Session Sales; 10 Hnw. Pino. Co.,
$10.50; 20 Haw. Pine. Co., $40.50; 23
Oaliu, $32; 5 Onhu, $32; 50 Pahang
Rub. Co., $20.75'; 50 Pnliaug Hub. Co.,
$20.75; 10 Walalua, $118. t
SALES Between Boards: 20 Haw,
Pine. Co., $40.50; 25 Haw, Pino. Co.,
$40.50; 10 Iaw. Pino. Co., $40.50; 15
II. B. T; & U Co., $127; $3500 '.llllo
1901 6s, $100; $2000 McBrydc 6b, $100;
100 II. CAS. Co., $40.25; 50 Ono
men, $16.50; 100 Onhu, $32; 10 Wai'
nlna, $118; 10 Walalua, $118; 55 Haw,
Smi,. sr 35 m,Bnc uut ?ifitea-- ft de,,ver,M
Session Sales: 60 McBrydo, $70 13
McBrydo, $7j 20 McBryde, $7; 30 Me
Bryde, $7; 15 Honokaa. $11.87;. 1C
Walalua, $118. i ,
quent fluctuations was the conflicting
reports as to Ilussla, Including onrJ
that Russia will withdraw her re'
quest' for Increased exports' If yiej
urusseis convention insists on com
bining with Its approval the renewal
of RuBsla'a agreement with the Cori
vontlou .for, five years from Septem
ber, 1918, -which position indicate'
thnt without consent for export of .'a,
total of 600,000 tons for, year ending
September1 1,' 1012, she nay withdraw
entirely, from .the Convention In 191J.
Also, thalOalUsh Oovorftfnenl bat's
taken position demanding that Ruaala
bo allowed io export 500,000, torn dur
ing tho present campaign year, or'ahe
(United Kingdom) will' withdraw r'otn
the. Convention In 1913, Theae-'mat-tenj
are not likely to be rully aettlctt
nt the meeting, of December 8th, and
may bo heldil6ver till' the regular'
mectlngjOr Cujavjntlonnoxt spring,
New crop csttmateaTtht week do
not materially change-the bad crop
situation or havo much Inflwsnce on
the market., ,..,. ,'
The "Fa'ctorfjaVy now, estimate .for
principal European countries la 3,517,
000 tons, ngnlnst F. O. Llclit's 3,450,-
000 tons; and for Russia 2,027,000
tons, against F. .0. LJcht'a 3,000,000
tons. Tho totAhi vary but 'little, Fac
tories being )p86,000 tona and F. O.
Llclit 6,050,000 'tons. M
The foreign criticism seems to ue
that theso estimates may provo- too
Louisiana's recent exnerienco of n
light freeze resulted In but little dam
age,, aa glvon herewith. , 4
Cuba reports hot, humid weather
and heavy rains, both of ranch bene
fit to the growing canea, but perhaps
delaying the opening of the campaign.
Uarbadoca reports Improved fc pros
pects. , t
Porto Rico and Hawaii report crops'
yory promising. (
India, hornwlth, report of October
last sfaqWB about 5 to 10, less pro
duction than fast year. t
From'otlior countries there is noth
ing now. rt
Our markets' for the week bare
been easier, with moderate sales 'at
5.15o to 5.0625c. for 96 Meet deliv
ered Now York, the closing quotation.
Philippine Islands sugars call prob
ably bo bought at 4c. basis. hv
Javas afloat aro valued at from'' 16s.
to 15s. 6d. ciL f., according to posi
tions. , , ' )
Now crop Cuba Centrifugals ahow
an enslcr toridency without, any lnf
tcrcst kwhatwer shown by buyers
hore anBofopean buyers also have
left tho market; 3Hc c. & f. ' tekt
(4.7350 per' rb'landed), would b w;
cepted Jby'sejlors of FebruaryMarch
"Tiefutlrt.lBt''Cuba prices depends
largely 'op- tbd:dUi6sltlon of Europe
lto'tnter;a,rkeep front competltioh,
MUD ipur .refiners for those sugars
t4Mrfm,ati,tftf''i.i dA 'lAkn t
void irage':ooai8 in. which ito place
essnseasi wnen inot on aaie, ww mat
oMea'areknowa where meatihaa hng
rVlhe open air for "tWp days'; Tho
bundling pf hh Is, according to tho
report' of tho Food Commissioner', done
In 1 'wnbrfkal' la.kH.liH..'khJ.' .
Of the.manufactureof ppl, the Food
Inspector aais: "There arc' but twenty1
shops maMng pol In the city, and
thMwr.hjlngi' operated 'In a "satis-
lacxory. manner."- .
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A" ul'leUn cablo rom "Wnsh
(ngtqq on Monday announced the (act'
that Jho lowest bid for' tho work of
constructing the marine barracks at
Peart1; Jlarb'ot' , Was made xy the
Spaiildlng Construction, Conlpnnyf' 'of
Pbrtland. Ore,, tbe flRure'belhg $116,
675. Tho IbV .bid Con trie, bnlccrs'
quarters was made by William" EMUer
of CdloradO Springs, ;Col., who will
do.the Work for $59,53.,
The. bids on this work ComCrW
under the .appropriation' of .; $185,094.
The work' has been long delayed 4d
there Is a prospect of the wok bung
started In the near future, howtliat
the bids have come within thjj appro-
SALES Retwoon Boards: 10 Oaliu,
32; 80 H C. & S. Co., $40.25; lb) H.
C & S, Co., $40.25; 10 II. C. & S.'Co.,
$40.25; 100 Pala, $170; 5 Walalua,
$118; G Walalua, $118; 5 Walalua,
$118; 10 Walalua,-$118; 5 Ewa, $30.75.
Session Sales: 10 II C, & S. Co.,
$40.25; 50 Oahu, $32.126.
UwtJ,W?T8ln for'decllno from
yrt.sfntvTBjttas-inoro, s.oioc, 10 now
croT''Vli&i(,-f.flRd. por tb. t.
'ritirln6 the week Food CotnmlB-
sloner Blanchard has discovered, ttuvt
there aro goods In this city, carrying
two labels that do not agree. .Tho
label on 01I0 sldo says "Mado jln
FrancQ" and on the other It says
"Made In Japan.!' A further tracing
of 'foods that are brought here; from
Japan In.. gljjBsshows trade ''stamps
In the glass 'that mark them as a
product of a "European, country, jHe
has heid up a -shipment, of goods that
Ib now In the customhouse and has
referred "the.'cnsp, to Washington for
a ruling, ' 1
Blanchard has alio made his an
nual report to the Coventor) and In
It he stiites tlint the Vny meat Is.
Iiolng hahdled In aomo of the imrkotA
of the city Is a menace to imblloi.
Ketlevr of Itiur MarkeL
Wlllott & Cray's Circular for .No
vember 23 says of tho raw BUgar
Raws The week under rovlow
shows n somewhat unsettled 'market
In Europo for bcot sugars.
Starting from 16b. llWd. for -November
(5.64c.) It declined to Utts.
r.yid.. milled fo Ifia. 8y,d., declined
to 16Byfid. (16s. 3d. nt .lowest of, the
day) and closed,. ot.lCs, 6?Jd.( (5.55c,),
The linmodlate cause of the fre- health. He reports-that there ure
lilmr Pfari Harbor.
Camp Cowles la' the name of a Bite
that has been, chosen at Pearl Har
bor to -ho, used -hy the fleet for gen
eral shore drills and other forms of
Work on tho formation of (he, camp
lis being' forwarded aa rapidly aa pos
sible, so tlint the mon 1 will, .have n
long n-Ulme ashore. The men' will
take prnctice hikes' and marches .to
points on the 'Island, and 'It Is prob
abte thnt the battalion will put In a
few days at Lellehua.
The. Lo'rd-YounjrtKnKtneerUK Com'
imny of this city was qutunamtls
above the lowest bidders. ,' I 5' ;
Klcr, the nuccessful bidder oh' tne
offlcere' tuiarters, was hero for at sjiort
tlnie a' few -weeks go, . t , ".
Hawaii export 'of slsAI Is yetsmntl,
but tho quality Is of thq bcst.'-Tliat
there Ib ah opening .In tho'httnp lrt"
dustry is Indicated by the, following
resume: " "" c'
The world's visible supply of hemp
for 1911 Is '453,213 bales, against
490,237 bales In 1910, and 506,198' In
1909. Tho Wbrld's deliveries to July
31st amount to 837,960 Trales, against
716,831 bales In 1910, and '679,709 In
1961). Tho market was quiet, with
shipment at 4.57c, against 4.77c 'in
1910, and 6c. In 1909. To July 31st
thsra was ..Imported Into the United
States 7743, bales of Now Zealand
hemp," against 11,753 In 1910, and
3293 In 1909., The lowest shipment
price for curtont during the, month of
Juy was 5'tf,'and the, highest ship-
ntent'prlco. for current for tho same
thne was AHe.
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'Olaa v planlatlpii lir Jorturiate- In
strinkinkan additional 5,OOO,00Q-gal-
on-a-day'water'supply that has been
discovered'.!, the prospectors. Irho
have been, In tho mountains back of
the- plantation for some time looking
forwater sources. 'Olaa took' oil n
25,000-ton 'crop Inst season, and will
reduceMts debt between $200,000 and
During tho midweek a meeting of
tho stockholders of the Mountain
King-Mining Company wit held, nnd.
there was some fairly warm debating
on the management of affairs. It was
decided b the stockholders here, who,
it is said, represent 200,000 shares of
the, concern, that an engineer be sonj.
to the property for the purpose 'of
making an examination' as to tho ac
tual condition,' he to re.iort back to
the shareholders. The engineer will
also report on the proposition of add
ing a large number of stamps to tho
.. The 'Governor has submittal his an
nusl report to thet BecrCjtary' of the
interior.' The general condition of
the Territory, from the physical, so
ciological' arid Industrial standpoints,
has .been very thoroughly set forth.
-The year just Hosing has been fully
as ''prosperous as -either of tho last
preceding, threo years, which were,
among the"best In' the history of ttuv
Territory. Imports, 'exports nnd cus
toms receipts are given In statistics
that show a 'healthy condition from
that branch of revenue.
The Immigration nnd school ques
tions are discussed, whllo the public
health and taxation schemes aro ex
haustively dealt with.
The report calls for needed legisla
tion, embracing better facilities for
passenger traffic between Hawaii and
tho Coast; the creation of, a park that
will take .in the volcano of Kllnuea
nnd other craters In the vicinity, nnd
a lighthouse 'department for Hawaii.
II, slab tecommonda appropriation
irulBclent.tii .continue harbor work
that, has "been started at different, hurt;
Dors tnrougnout tne rorriipry. ,
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The' j Hawaiian Sugar planters' Ab
aodatloft opened ItH anhhal meeting
Monday , morning;, the time of the first
session, belpgjnearly all' taken up with
ad4reastVoBitbe general: condition df
the"lndustry by -the retiring president
and otber'-merhbcra'atld with theojoc
tlon of officers for' tho coming yeah,
1 Labor',was.ono of tho principal, mat
ters taken up In private conference.
According to tho report given out,
'labor conditions have grown steadily
better slnco tho unsettled period of
two yenrp ago. Tho tldo of Immi
grants thnt Is steadily sotting thin
Way from Europo Is looked upon by
tho Planters' Association us n good
Indication,, but tho serious Bldo of tho
question, the bringing of Immigrant!!
hero nnd having them stricken with
disease, is also receiving much con
The experiment station has been
visited by the association members,
and a general summing up of things
nnd apparatus needed for tho further
scientific research in mislng of sugar
cano to tho best bdvantngo.
The association has also adopted a
most progressive policy of forostry.
A resolution' to that effect wnB onthu
slnstlcally passed at the session.
The Bonn) of Immigration will hold
a meeting In a few. dnys for tho pur
poso of considering n number of "ob
jections thnt havo bocn rnlscd over
certain features In tho construction
of the receiving stntlon that has Just
been finished and Is now in readiness
for 'tho eighteen hundred odd Immi
grants that came. on tbo Wlllcsden.
Tho vessel arrived here with a num
ber of cases, of contagious disease on
board and bob been held In quaran
tine .at tho other side .b( the bay!
A commlttco, appointed for tho pur
pose' of locating a building site for
the new proposed commercial build
ing; seems to bo little near tho solu
tion than when 1 It started. Several
sites havo been studied, but no decis
Tho 'King's Daughters have pur
chased n 400-foot frontage, on ll.o
Walalae road, bstwoon Fourth, nnd
Fifth .avcnuCB, where It- Is expected
In the future to build n home. Tho
price paid was $4000.
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HEAD OFFICE-O'NEILL BLDQ.
W King St, cor. Fort, - Tl..3529
JAME& GUILD COMPANY
We Open for Business
With a' .Stock of
House Furnishing Goods
Mrudffia Cut Glass: Table Glass Ware. Cutlerv. Plated
, Ware, 'Chafitfg Dishes, Enameled Ware, tinware,
White; Mountain Freezers, Oil Stoves, Wire Goods,
. . Brushes, Lamps'; Crockery, etc.
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