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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1912.
ADVANCE OF "CHEAP STOCKS" IS
PROOF OF BULLETIN'S GOOD ADVICE
There's Good Profit In
That's Offered On Ho
BUSINESS CONDITIONS OF
THE WEEK REVIEWED
ToUlists Cominc Flnrnl Pnr.
ado s Laboratcv Planner.
D.l rli.ii riclllllU J
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-Real Estate Active Gootl
Advancing prices roistered this
wick In the so-called cheap stocks mo
iniiple (iiiilli million of tho koiiiiiI ml-i
vlic rIvoii In theso columns for tho
last tin co j earn, that thp people of
small means In tlicso Islands could far
belter iiffonl to iut their money In
tho ehcapcBt stock on tho Honolulu
mm kcl than to Rumble In the Rot-rich-
quick oil and gold sohemes bioiiRht ,
line from tho mainland.
Mclliydo has taken tho lead mi the
aiinoiiiiceiiieiit by .Manager J. I'. Cooko
of Alexander & Ilaldwln that tho plan
tation under natural conditions should
bo In a position to pay u dividend of
fitly or sovciit-llvc ents a sharp by
next .lime. This Immediately sent tho
stock Jumping to 8.75, durliiR which
tlmo several bundled shares vvcro
thiuvvii on the market mill a good
many bundled inoro vvcro- offered,
thereby holdliiR the pilco below nine.
At tho present iiioiiitlou the slock
would u-prcsent soinelhliiR llko n six
per cent Investment. Many of tho
higher priced stocks at tho picscnt
iiuntntloiis lopresenl n ten per cent
Investment, so If this stock rocs much
hlRher It will be on Its speculative
aluo and tho prospect of future i6
turiiH rather, than upon u present hIRIi
lale of Interest.
Tho most slRUlllcaut fcaturo of tho
whole Hurry Is that It signals tho llnal
iinival of tho plantation on n Rood
foollliR. It Is out of the woods so to
Olaa advanced on Its mcrltn and In
trjuipnth) with Mellrdo. It has usu
ally followed along uboiil a dollar u
sliaro less than (ho Kauai plantation.
.Many bolfovo Olaa to bo III n stioug
or position than Mellrydo though no
promhos of dividends aro now made.
Ohm's twenty-five thousand ton crop
mid tho possibilities of a larRor out
put In tho future Is what establishes
roufldenco In that property. Its tloat
Iiir Indebtedness will bo wholly wiped
out next year. Then tho last of tho
I. line diuk siiRur plantations will have
been "put on Its feet " Tho striiRRlo
has been a Ioiir and dllllciilt one In
Tho innrkut generally speaking has
In 'tn btioiiR ami fairly active. Wala
lua sulTciod a temporary set-back to
12H but tliu number of shines sold was
small and the Inquiry of buyers re
vived tho latter part of tho week. I'lo
nccr bus been u popular stock, Ha
waiian Cnimuciclnl has held strong at
cm lent limitations and O.iliu Is sell
Iiir .it 3150. Hutchinson sold at all
advance during the week. Hllo Hall
way (oinmoii llguicd In the sales at
8.025 and Honolulu llicwory Is In do
mimil at 23.
(icucral londltloiis 111 tho sugar
world continue most favorable. Tho
Biigars aro moving to tho inaikot early
mid RcttltiR u prleo that seems to
PIcsuro tho omly announcement of
extra dividends. This Is tho period
of tlio year when raw sugar prices
rulo lowest. Tlio bulk of tho Cuban
litigant aio coming on the market now,
tho height of tho sensou Is from now
till tho mlildlo or latter part of Feb
ruary. With tho prlco iiiIIiir at I 10
at this tlmo theio appears to bo no
pronpect of Its going much lower this
Tho mlildlo of tho week becta
Jumped to 16s. "lid, for Just what ica-
son dues not appear. Ceuti Unguis did
TWO TO FOUR DOLLARS FOR ONE. -. - , '
- -... ..... r jt i
" ' Ueolouinu Monday mornlny at B o'clock, D. F.
. Chlors & Co. will placo on salo a largo stock of val V .' ' ; f ' '
I ' ' ' . encionncs and torchon laces, all over laces and nets, - "' '
' dross tripmlno . ol'cvsry kind and sooio handsnmo lacs
rohes. Tho roiuctlons on thoso aoods are from '25 to
s 75 jier cent., or for every dollar spent you will obtain ,
" - from two to four dollars' worth of merchandise. , t
" v , " . i
" "" "" ' An agreement hits been reached bo
not lespond so the Hurry was likely tvvcpti the lessees of the old crown
fiom soinu Hurnpcati speculation, lands that now fuini a pint of Schn-
Following nrc the local sales for Meld llarracliH mid the I'nlted Stales
tho vvcok: (lovertiincnt, under which those who
SAl.KS Ilctwccn Hoards: r.O Olaa, hao occupied the lunds for u Ioiir
$0; 150 H. II. & M. Co., $23 60; 100 porlor wfll bo permitted to take off
Haw, I'lne, Co., $12.50; la Haw. 1'lne. the present RrowliiR crops before
Co., $12.50; 30 Oalui, $3l.87ir. 10 moving. This tlmo limit has In en
Oihii, $31.87".,; 75 Mcllryde, $7.121i; llxcil at October I, when all crops will
25 Mellrydo, $7.1216; 10 Haw. Sug., bo considered as lutvltiR been gathcr
$17. v cd. In theiio leased lands theio lire
Session Sales: 5 H. C. & S. Co..' I MM acres. Tho ciops are mainly
$12.50; 5 Wolaluu, $128; .W Oalui. $31.. pineapples.
.... . . . ' ... .
"""" '"S7''-,: D vaM- 3fW'' 7i
,87V4: 20 Kwa. $33; 15 Kwn. $33; SO.
Oalui, $3IS7Vj. I The report of the Sanitation I'nm-
SA1.K3 Ilctwccn llonrds: 60 II. O. mission, which will bo presented to
S. 8. Co., $42.75; 10 II. C. & 8... Co., tho (lovemnr shoitly, rihs most ex
$12.75; 50 11. C. & 8 Co., $12.75: 30 hnustlvoly Into tho health matters of
I'lonccr, $235; 20 I'lonccr, $235; $2000 tlo city. Tho ptcsont Riirbago system
lion. HaB fis, (S.10), $100.25; $1000. '" severely scored as bcliiR Jar shoit
Olaa fis, $01.25. ' f"r w,inl '" needed tu keep tho rlty
Session Sales: $2000 Hllo Kx. (!,'"'""" " oomius oi goo-i ue.iuu
$'.2 50! $2000 Hllo Kx lis, $92 00; $toV)
Hllo Kx 0s, $92 50; 10 Wnhilua, $12fl;
10 Wnlnlita, $120; 10 Wnlntun, $120;
2" McHry'le. $7.50; 15 OI.ir, $0;
SAIUS Itetwreli llnnnln! 10 W'nln.
Inn. $120; 15 Wlilnliin. $120; 15 Wn'la- At tho incellnR of tho Harbor Com
Jua, $120; III Waliilun, $12(1; 50 Me- mission that was held on Wednesilay,
llryde, $7.fi2ii,; 60 Mcllrjde, $7.(12'; tho attitude or MutiiiRor Thurston was
100 Mi llryde, $7 0214; 200 Ohm. $(1; 60 such ns to Indicate that tho Hllo mit
otan, $0; 10 i:va, $32.8710i 1" Ewa, way Is not roIiir to sign a comr.it t
$32.87; 15 I'ahniiR Hub. Co.. $20.76; for nnythlUR that does not suit them
10 I'lonccr, $238.50; 50 Wlilnliin, $I2. M coiincctlon with tho new vvhnif in
Session Sales: 10 Olan, $0,121;,; 20 n,)Iu tinrlor. A nuinber of iillei.itlons
Ohm. $i..l2i,i,; C Mcllryde, $7.(.2i(,; 6 i,.,, ,, ...., ,,, .i,,, ,.,,.,., ,,
Oaliu. $31.1,-21!,; 15 H. C. & 8. Co..
SAl.KS -llclwccn Hoards: 11 Me
llryde, $7 75; 150 Mi llryde, $8; 75 Me
llrydo, $S; 60 Mcllryde, $8, 100 Me
llryde, $8; 125 Mcllryde, $8; 100 Hut
ihlnenn, $21.i;2V.; 30 Hnw Hug Co,
$10.75; 250 Ohm, $0.25; 70 Olm, $0,
25; 70 Olaa, $0.25; 20 Jr. C & H. Co.
$12.50; 60 II C. & H Co., $l:'50; 2.'i
II. C. & S. Co, $12,021 .: 5 II
C. & S. Co, $12.021..; 5 II C. & S.!rLn nnw tn.illlHlilli lo lilv lielwrell
Co., $l2.fi2i'j; 10 o.iliii, $3l.fi2'j; 10
Wtilalun. $12(1; 10 Walnlun, $120.
Session Sales: 5 Mcllryde, $8,1316;
10 Mcllryde, $8.25; 5 llaw. I'lne. Co..
$10; 5 Hnw. I'fiie. Co., $11; 6 Hnw
I'lne. Co, $11; fi Olna, $G.37'S; 10
Olaa, $0..10iJ; 25 Olan, $0.50; 15 Kwa'
t'lO 071 . K XI..II....I.. ou. . ... ..
t '-. "j, ...i,..,.ii;, o.o,.,Ji im
SA1KS-Hetvvi'eii Hoards: 200 Mc
llryde. $0; 20 Mcllryde. $8.8714: 30
Mdlrydo, $S.75; 20 Mcllryde. $8.75; 60 0I,,;'1 horsepower of 9,000. 'I
Mcllryde. $8.75; 50 Oalui, $31.60; So'"1 ho ,0HU '" ir,,00n to"8-
IJiiliil. $34.50; 100 Oalui, $31.50; 60
Oalui, $34.50; 15 Oahu, $31.50; 21
Oalui. $34.50; 20 Hnw I'lne. Co., $11;
$8000 Mcllryde s, $100; $5100 O. It.
& I.. Co. 5s, $103.76; 50 Olan, $fi.371i;
$1000 Olna s, $94.50; 15 Hllo Com.,
$S.C21i; 10 Hllo Com, $8,021.: 23 Hllo
Coin., $8.02!;,; 14 Onlm, $31.60; 20
Hvva, $32.87'..; $1000 Hllo 1901 6s,
$100.25; 40 Hnnokna, $12.25.
Session Sales: 50 Mcllryde, $8.60;
50 Mcllryde, $8.50; 60 Oalui, $31.50;
10 Olna, $fi 37'i; 40 Olna, $0.37"..; 10
I'nhniiR Huh., $10.75; 6 Oahu, $34.50;
20 Oahu, $34.50; 15 Mrllrydc. $8.50;
25 Mcllryde, $8.50; 50 II. II. & M. Co ,
$23; G Oihu, $34.50; 9 Oniiii, $31.50;
15 Olan, $G.37!.
lluslnoss In other lines Is very sat
isfactory. Tho leal estate nniket Is
moving along though at no sensation
Trent Co. this week boiiRht tho
Ihlity-tlueo remaining lots of the Col
lego Hills tract. This means that tho
iivallablo residence sites In that pop
ular section of the town havo como
down to a very small limit and ns tho
demand Is not decrensliiR tho prleo
will naturally ro higher. Homo hulld
Iiir rocs on iipiun In nil parts of 'tho
town. Kaliuukl is fast becoming a
small city of Itself.
Tourlsts4iro coming In on nearly
everv Hten.iier mill IIk.v wilt tttttv
throughout tlio Season, nnd continue
lo como tlyohRhout tho'jcnr If tlio'nnd 50 or that iiiimber aro between
pint Is kept freo Trum cpldenilc ills- tho ages of six mid twelvo years. Thu
onses. j Coimnlssloners will t.iko steps at
lonco to remedy tho exInlliiR condl-
(lenernl mercantile trado Is repm;-'
ed excellent on eveiy hand. Tho con-
tinned presence of tlio cruiser licet Is
cry inatcrliil help to business which
'few stop to icnlle. Tho mcto mut
ter of the supplies bought for tho
ships In tho city Is a big business for
IIomoIuIh In Itself.
Srliiilli'lil llitrrucks l,citsc.
TIip sewer Hjxtriii lecilvcs Its share
of attention. A general Impiovctuent 1
In the (ondlilon of dallies throiiRlioiit
tho city Is ill gcd.
'"I" I'lllirf I Olllnil'l.
was final I y settled Hint theic should
bo another review of the proposed
amendments mostly desired by the
lallway before llnal action wan taken,
and this was held on Thmsday.
Cnaslvvlso lam Mil nils. j
During tho week vvhon It was nn-
i i... ,i... .. v... i.. .......
iMiuiiceii mill iiiu .'iiiisuu ,u ik iiiini.i
Cuiupmiy Is eomtlderliig Vlans for a J
Honolulu and the Coast, the Chaiub.'rl
r Cniniueite withdrew Its support of t
the. bill before Congress to susi
tho coastwise laws, which. If run led
Into cIToct. would allow foreign ves-!
sels to engago III the passenger irado
bctwcoii the Coast and Hawaii. The1
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.lie-,"" n.i.i- .;"'. i.. ,.....-. "
In tho maUliiR. will bo a fast ami lom-i
In tho makliiR. will boa fast mid con,-.
lundloiiH one. 600 fee lo iir. 58 fe. t
wide, 3fi feet dcei and with an Indl-
l'cnrl Harbor Iliillillng.
Word has been iccelv'ed from Civil
KnRlneer Clnyler, In charge of the
l'cnrl Harbor construction work, that
tlio plans nnd spcclllcatlous for tho
administration building at tho navy
yard havo been changed Rieatly. In
the shavliiR process to which the
plans havo been subjected, all of tho
lanals on the second story havo been
eliminated and a number of other lea
tures havo been cut out, as well as
the building Itself having been iu:.du
Haiiann shipments lo tho Coast aro
being mndo under tho supervision of
II. A. Wulnlniul, who was sent here to
watch tho Interests of tho State
of Calllornla. Wclnland stated fiat
tho money voted by California to i.s
slst In tho light against the fruit fly
Is iivallablo and subject to his outer.
Mr. Wclnland Is working hand mid
glove with Starrett and (lltfaul mid It
Is hoped that tho pest will bo put
under control and thu free movement
of Island fruits to tho Coast resumed.
From tho report inadu by tho Com
mlssioners of ('Munition, who inudn a
visit or Inspection to the Hoys' Indus
trial school, It would seem that things
are In n pretty bad shape at that In
stitution iivvng In a Hhorlago of funds
Tlicrn urn 111'' Imvi In Ihr. hmlllnll,,i.
One, of the most .Inipiiituiit . M'-ps
One Year's Rent,
Five Years' Rent, $1
Think over this and be your own landlord
tf ,Vm t
taken bv the Coimuls.sloiiers wa- llielr
pmlHrsp,,,,,,., f tlm,,,!.,,, ,.,l,l.,l,
,,, ,.,, ,' ;
,... . . ,
HcRMitilng next vv'cok the Citizens'
Saiillallou Committee will have a 'g.il
icpioscntntlvo In thu person of rt'll-
Ham II. I.vmer. who will become
Deputy Attorney-Gunerul and will
take over all sanitation dlsimtes that
como up. This move means that tho
cltlrcus of tho Territory Intend t-i eu
foico the rules and legulatlons of the
Hoard of Health regarding sanitation
Loriil ('mist Arllllerj".
Theio seems to li((,u fair prosiiett
of a poitlon of the National (limit! of
Hawaii beliiR organi7ed as n reserve
troop of coast mtlllury. Such an m
rnnRvincnt has been under, consider.i
tlun by the military olllcers for some
time. It Is pioposed tlmt'iit least two
oaip.inles bo oiR.inled nnd they will
leielvo Instruction at Koit Itugcr.
ihero will bo nothing donu along
these lines, however, until thu now
iiruioiy has lictii lumplolcd.
OcorRO II. Hlehaidson, who has act
ed as special agent for tho Ktiiiuliiid
Oil Conipnuy In Hawaii for tho last
threo years, left for the Coast on tho
Sleira to take up moro liuioilmit
wink to which he has been promoted.
A. S. I'rescolt hiici ceils lo tho position
held by lllchaidsou.
Plans for U'-'nil.
Accoidliig to tho iirogrmu that has
been announced by Director Wall, tho
nVelitn on Kelniiarv 21-22 wblih will
ho curried nut, are about tho .;iiiliMt
eier attempted here The appoint
ment of A. M. Hrown as umrsbal of
tin day Is mi usiiniiue of ettlclency.
Tho program will open eiul in tht
ivonlng of Kobruar) 2lnt nnd fiom'
Han thuro will bo souiothijig doing to
iee J. F.
817 Kaahumnuu Street
until the Riaud ball In tho rutins
II.,. i.iei,ln.. l ll. -,,1
,7, , ,
vmiiimi in nin'-! PMIII 111 lit.
one of the Rlealest featlllon fil Hie
On Monday the busluesA th it
brought tho I'acllle fleet hero will bo
taken up and a couple of tho cruh.eis
will deparf for the open oce.in tor
mum overs As soon as tho 'inn sec
Hon baa had a 'tiiotough Hyout tho
set ond section will go to sea and go
tin (nigh tho in.ilieuveis.
The milk of the dty has been le
ech lug the attention of tho Inspeitiiirt
during tin- wtok ami from tho reports
that have been filed It Is to lie seen
a gieat Impiovcmcnt has been made
In tho milk that Is being furnished to
the people of this city. Very few of
the dallies were found to bo below
the olllelal tost and the general condi
tion of the dallies as to saullallou
is leported to bo greatly luipioved.
Ateoidlug to limn' who mo inter
ested In bringing in Immigrants,
there me li number now III iit.trntl -
Hun and mo Hible to reuialii so from
the fact that Dr. Carl ltaiuus has gone
off on n vacation uiul heforo roIiir ho
gave orders that nouo of tho Immi
grants should lie given lllierty until
no leiunicii. mere iiiu "i imj-
l even people detained through that
Older mid they seem to think that It
Is unjust. Thoy havo taken tho mat
ter up with tho leproisoutallvcH of the
louutrles fiom which thoy camo.
Tho Kukiiliiu plantation mutter Is
still In tho limelight mid bids fair to "J ", """" ," "'" '"
ic.u.ilu so ror somo tlmo The latest"1""1- "'"' ,,H.l,lH "nw.r were uns.it.
l,nw. r it,.. ...is., is tlmt mi older f, lfmtry lo tho sbirlir. ami us tin, nth. '
a meeting of tho stockholders has
I n .-sipd. but t wll Ipj necossiiry
servo certuin paporH on Albert Hor-
tier, the piesldeiit of the corpoiullon, ver when tie p"li i el7eil the -ffectH
n.id he hail ilcp.it teil for Hawaii, the of the thief Tin r. tbev found tools
exact locution of his wliereahoiils not f oil il npthui I'nrpciitirs tools,
being known To uinke good, the pa- blacksmith tonN iduml.t r'n toots mid
eis must ho served 111 a Mine limit ganhn tout- iiiihIiIiik fioin a irowlmr
" i to a Ilk When cm r tiling li.ullierii nn-
Oaliii l.o.in Work. n.nlul. the sturr iuvithI four tables
The Oahu Umn 1'nnil Cominlsslon twelve fiet long. If this fellow should
Is out Willi three calls for bids on as N(rvp time for nil the changes now
many Jobs that will bo awarded within aKninxt him. his girl will have to limit
a imAitli. Tho work to bo figured on',,,, rnoth-r i-wrs-thenrt. ns this one will
Is ten miles of road construction from
the Kipnpn gulch to Wnlulun hill nnd
the other two Jobs are thu two school
bonnes soon to bo constructed - tho
I'ohiikalua and the K.iluiuM schools.
SWEETHEART IS j
(ItjMt.it till I It till Cofre:smti nrs.)
WAII.I'KL', Jan 19 A son of Nip.
hiii who has bun a sort id Jack of all
traihs, living at Uihaiiia. mid who bus
boil sjsleniatlcully rohhing all lilseni-
ilojiiH, nunc to grief today He be-
cmuo bold, mid when bis sweetheart
spose or gluing mr piciuro mm n, n
volunteered to loan her bis watch, so
us to make a good showing. Tlio Jnp- '
iiiwmi In-mit) started gaily for tho pho-
;t.igriidiir - s. with the watch dangling
from her hest kimono. On the vvny silo
met iiiiollur JiiiHinese, who thought ho ,llt w Mpti il otllicr mid ltus
savv it re(iul)hinei! bitwcen the watch B.u, im, rprcti r if the police ilcpnrt
ou the ralr oiio-m biiast and one he bad llpl Aihi rt l.udlott Krnminrr. I!. J.
Inst. He notllli.l tint deputy slicrKT, (;,iy and Mmllu J Hcully have bceiiiii
uiul togellier they lull rvlewed tlio girl. ' p,,t, ,i ,(. mnunini tMuv They
She said she hud hi en loiued the watch will In gill their duties this afternoon.
er .laiiimse Idditilled the.vvateh. lie vvus
,,1,Kl'" ll"" cin-tody.
The gicat suiprbb was to eouie, how
r. ww Mtm i
be lost to lor for vonie time
Shi i. J ir.lt who Iuik heeii con-
duitlnv a i I t Investigation Into the
I .inn mi i.)iinif-i f.i i i, ill i-iu ill nniii ,vu
lellll.lkatil, JCHli'ldliy ili'lhliil ti ills
charge him from the force on, account
,,r MVK acccitcd a bribe of a few
,i.,r8 fr, j,,,,a P irap-sliootem at
, AtcnrdliiK to tlio evidence. Jar-
ri.lt KJt,(teil that Kiileliu.ikiilll nc-
limlly nccii'lei! numcy frinn tlio Jiip.in-
, ,., ,,),, t M ,.xli, t,.,l. m l,o l(i rur
la-iliing a polluiii.in
m,crn; Jarrett uiuioliiteil W. Aiiilcr-
H,, iHiiK-cmnii mid Hohcrt Ilolbron
Wl, trminned from the blejclc
ilo to the d ti etlve furie I". A. 8wa
. ," r
,. ,,. Anders K. .C. liberal, wni
defeated In the liyc-electlou In North
Scotland, by Cnpt I). K. Ciinidsdl
ino govcriimeni tnus loses niintncr
member In tho house of commons.