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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APR. 29, 1912.
Hard Facts About
The truth in the hardware business is that steep prices have to he maintained
to make up for long periods between sales,.
From Wednesday, May 1st, until Tuesday, May 7 th
we intend to make "frequent sales" by
Cutting Prices 30 per cent, to 40 per cent.
The truth of the above statements is found in these price quotations for our
SIX DAY SALE
No. 1 Mock Piano: iimiully $1 SO. n J .SI
X 19 llliick Plane; usually II 4u. turn 1
No lull Mock Plum-: usually $ S.V now 1."
.S'o I2U llluck Plane; usually S .7.', miw f'"
Nn Mil llloek Plane: usuinllv .75. now r'
Nil "I Itnuter: iiaunlly i OS, nmv 1 50
No. 71 '4 Hunter; u.unll.i II 65, now 1 '!'
i. !ik Mltlf Ilnliliit; iiMinlly 11.00. nmv : 75
N'ii 'i Side Italiln't; usually 11.00. now 75
-N'ii 4k Tongulng; iiaunlly IS 75, now 2 15
Nn 4! Tnngulng: umially 12.75, now 2 15
Nil Hi .Match: tumidly 12 20. now 150
No mv, r. M. Itiiblict: imu.illy J5.S0, now I !"
Nn. Id i M Itablift; usually 13 00. now 2 25
. I .Smooth Plane; uually II to. now 1120
Nn. 2 Smooth Plane; usually 12.00, now 1 CD
No 3 Smooth Plane; initially 12.10. now 170
No 4 Smooth Plane; usually 12.20, now 1.70
Nn 414 Smooth Plane; iminlly 12.50. now j.nn
No ", .lack; usually 12.50. now 2 00
No. .-.' Jack: imunlly 13.00, now 2 35
No e Pore; usually 13.25, now 2.50
No 7 Jointer; umially 13.75, now . 3 ()(
N" S Jointer; iixuully 14 50. now 3 50
No 21 Smooth: usually 11.50. now 1.20
No 22 Smooth: usually 11.50. now 1.20
No 23 Smooth; usually II 60, now 1.20
No 21 Smooth; usually 11.60. now 1.20
No. 26 llluik: usually 11.30. now 1.211
No 35 Mill,. Smooth; usually ll.no. now jjj
No .If, Ihlle Smooth: usually 12 05, now l.cn
No i; Jinny Smooth: usually 12.20, now ' 170
No 2(5 Jucl.: iiMially 11(15. now 12.-,
No 27 Jack; usually II.SiQ. now j.rs
Nn 2.S I'ore; usually 12 05, now ja
Nn s Tore: usually 12 10, now j'-n
No 30 Jointer; usually 12 20, now 1.76
No 31 Jointer; usually 12.35, now ,u)
No 32 Jointer; usually 12.40. now jr.
No 33 Jointer; usually 12.40. now )s5
No 34 Jointer; us;iatly $2. CO, now 9,-,
All Kinds of Rules at Speoial Prices
No. 12 Henry Disston's
11, ' r-iinlh II "0. now 1115
!" rsu.ii'v si.r,;.. huh 1.25
-a" -1 suull II T'i. now 1.40
-J" rnull 2 00. now 160
-4' I so.ill 12.'.",. now 175
-" l'-mill t: 4n. now 1 85
jv" l-u.ilh 2I!0. now 2.00
No 11 iMialK 1100. now 70c
No lla rnuallj K.'.c. now 5c
No 1J I'sually 75c. now (iOc
No 1: I'suully 05c, now 60c
100 finally 1125. now 85o
-' funnily 11.00, now 75o
Ready Mixed Paint
In I gallon this. .
In 'a gallon tins.
In '. gallon tins.
In "j pint tin"
, II 20 per tin
.70 ier tlll
. .40 per 'tin
. . .15 per tin
City Hardware Co.
CARRIES ALL SIZES OF
Galv. Chicken Netting
Sliea as follows;
1 In. hy 2 In : 114 In. Iiy 2 In : 2 In
by 2 In ; 1 In Iiy 3 In.: Hi In. Iiy 3 In .
2 In. by 3 In : 1 In. by 4 In.; 1V1 In bv
4 In.: 2 111. by 4 In.; 1 In. by 0 In.; 1 'a
In by G In.; 2 In. by G In
Prices will meet you anil xatlsfy
T. C Flower Pots Sizes from 3 In.
up lo 10 In.
P S. Spring Clothes Pins.. 5c 11 ilny.cn
Iteil Cross Toilet Paper
4 packages for 25c
IIAV11 I.ANTKHNH; formerly 60c,
White Mountain Ice
1 it L'Miially 12 60, now 11.90
2 it I'sually 1275, now 2.20
3 it I'sually 3 25. now 2.G0
4 it. -I'sually 14.00. now 3.!0
G it I'sually 15.00, now 4.00
5 it I'sually 10.00, now 6.00
10 ft I'sually tii.00, now 0.76
12 it -I'sually ID.50, now 7.75
Krnni 75c up to 13.25.
Parrot ' Vises, III brass; formerly
17 60. now 5.50
Joiillnleres -Small size, formerly
50c. now 30c
Jnnllnleret.--l.arm! sice, formerly
&c, now 50c
Wire Hanging Baskets
...II CO ,per dozen
. .. 1.S5 per dozen
. . . 2 60 per ilozen
. . . 3.75 per dozen
Cascade Lawn Mowers
12" Worth 16.75: reduced to 14 25
14" Worth IG.60; reduced to 4 75
If." -Worth 17.00: reduced to 5.25
Ited Ilose-Vj" 26 fret for 13 15
Iteil Hose " 25 feet for 3.76
Wire Hose 1,4" 25 feet for 3.25
Wlrw Hose i" 25 feet for 3.C0
Cotton Hone V4" 25 feet for 2 75
Cotton llonc-K" 25 feet for 3.00
1 pint 3 for 25c
1 quart.- 10c each
',i gallon 16c each
lland'prlnteil (lerman Ware at 40
rer cent, ctt marked price.
fllass Ply Traps, recommended by
Hoard of Health. Worth 36c: milo
week only, 25c. Also Who Fly Traps,
Thermos Pottles, 1 quart 14 90
Ice-Hot Dottles, 1 quart 4. 05
6(1 pieces, In white; formerly 15.60,
reduced to 11.50
lllue Flitino Oil Stoves, 2 burners
lllue I'laniH Oil Stoves, 3 burners
21 (1 Ovens 3.50
22 O Ovens 4.00
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
I to warrant present general oxpecta
j tloua that tljo current crop will reach
thu original official estimate, or 1,812,.
, 120 tons, provided weather conditions
New Welf for "Hon. Con."
I The Kxoinlner of April 20 nays: On
section 14, 32-23, the Honolulu Colisol
, (dated Oil Company lias a 4000-barrcl
A tl .-... .. ... I l. I.. ..
Honohtlo , prone ,0 ,00k for aHnieer .35; 25 MCrjJ-.9.12; . Mc "J- , - ,- "
tlio Uangc.ru of the future and not glvol Mryde. 9. 1214 i J12.U00 Mcllryde Cs,
XUUi HIUU I..IU ElJI. oh, ji.uv; fici.uuu
Olan Cs, 97.
Session Sales: 15 Pahang Uuhbor
Tha Labor Situation.
According to Dr. Victor S. Olork, tho
labor situation In Hawaii Is "nearer tit
a balance of supply and demand than
ever before' under tho present arrango
ments, Thbre are nono of tho planta
tions suITerlng for Held help at pres
ent. Agent Haymoild C. llfown Is In
i'Juropo recruiting, but there Is no Im
mediate Intention to start another
shipload for Hawaii. High rates of
charter is said to be a factor In tho
I btifflcletit attention to the opportuni
ties ntul reasonable certainties of pro-
'grcss. This Is one of the things tlm.
I holds the city back and It Is very
jinuch In evidence In the business sit
uation of today.
It Is now pretty well assured that
there will be no tariff legislation ruin
ously lowering the duty on dugar ilur
lug the present session or congress.
ho things mat mn
ho accepted as certain as anything
In legislation can be. The informa
tion comes from Washington, from
Democratic sources as well as lloptib
Mean, llnving lost this factor to worry
about, the so-called ultra conscrva-
ing me present session 01 uomjieiw. nfj-ilcBieu Ontrlfnirals 4 llir.
Co., 20. nil; 5 Kwa, 32 . 7". ; Mcllryde,
9.12",4; S Mcllryde, 9.12V4; i0 Mc
llryde, R.12U.; SO Mcllryde, 9.12V4; r,0
McUryde, 9.12V4: 25 Mcllryde, 9.12'i:
20 Mcllryde, 9.12H.,
27-gravlty oil. Tho eomiiany will boilot-uil of Immigrants, bllt Hint thero
prepared to tnako use of the largo will be no scarcity of recruits lo Mil
aitiount of gas that Is coming with a ship when It is thought udvlsabla
the oil. The well Is under complete to sehd one.
control. ' I '
Private advices concerning this well Money To Fight Frullfly.
Thursday, April 23.
lletwcen Boards: 15 Ouhtt, 29.12 14;
125 OahU, 29.124; 50 Oahu. 29.12;
10 Oahu, 29.121,4; Tanjong Olok
Hub., 37.50; 50 .Mcllryde 9.1214; 250
are more reassuring thAn the Informa
tion gIVcn 1 out to the press of Sail
Francisco. It Is also'lenrncd that very
tavorable contracts for oil arc In
prospect as it result of thn high-grade
oil that Is cticottnfcred. The pipe line
from Honolulu Consolidated fields to
I'ho llnlletliiH AVashlnglon cor
respondent writing under date of April
12, states that the Senate Committee
on Agriculture hits approved tho pro
vision In the appropriation hill Tor ag
riculture, allowing $.10,000 for wur 1111
tho fruit Hy pent, and that pluns are
m Angeles is being carried forward , being made for a vigorous campaign
from both ends of the line. Tho con
trnct calls for the connection to be)
complete In October, and reports aro
that the work will be llnlshcd consul
In Hawaii. A part-of the plans Is lo
fend an expert from tho bureau of en
tomology to Hawaii to make a tlior-'
ough study of tho situation and anolh-
11.11. . .. ' 7 V. ,rv 'T I Mcllryde 9.12; 29 Pioneer 35; 5 Haw
Elblllty of a Democratic Wetory In flllnr, r ,- in '
.ho Fall, and the capture of the I'resl-1 a"5L,.- J ', l . .r .,...... ...... .
I.l.mev n,l il,n ..i,A.o mid House by I .....l"!"" "u vn- " ''. ""a"K..' V ' V.-
Hie free sugar party. This lino ori(, ,, .0. . .
thought la forced by the (crrlflc rowl ?" iV?,0.. '" ,"'na- ''7r'- "" olan- '"
that Is on between Tart and lloosovoll
In the Itepuhllcan party. And men
hesitate and hold back In more than
one lino of Investment. Because of tho
old bugbear of free sugar.
Tho Ilullctin believes in conserva
tism but It feels certain that so-called
Tho Kxchango Is advlscdMmdor tho
date of San Francisco, April 11, 1U12,
that on the 10th Inst., by resolution
of the stockholders of tho Hawaiian
Commercial i Sugar Co. $7,087,245 of
tism out 1 lee is eer a ,. ... .. "''"'' surplus was ordered applied for thn
conservatism Is cnrilcd to n ridiculous ,. . ,,, ., ' ' ,,, . . ,
cAtremo In many Instances. It Indi
cates that scme. If not much, of the
courage that built up the sugar In
dustry In the llrst place, has departed
and we liavo men who are mom con
tented to sit snugly on tlu-lr piles of
monoy than to go forth and brave
tho fntiiro and build for llawiill 113
they did and have done in the Inst
In the estimation of this paper thn
men who believe In Hawaii are the
ones certain lo win.
If a lower price of sugar Is feared,
certainly thero Is no doubt that the
purpose of making the capital stock of
$10,000,000 fully paid up. Confirmed
hy tho directors in special meeting on
tho 10th and the officers Instructed to
curry out tho vote of tho stockholders.
ilfi-degico Centrifugals, 4. OIK. Par
ity, 4.S9. SS-degreo Analysis Heels,
Friday, April 20,
Between Hoards: $18,000 H. It. T. &
1.. (Jo. Os, 107.25; $400U Olaa Cs. 97;
1000 Oahu, 29.12V4; 100 Oahu, 29il2Va
erab)y before that time. This stock' or expert will bo sent to Australia lo
lias passed from tlio speculative to locate u parasite to prey upon tho Hy
the Investment list.
Reports from tho Hawaiian rubber
plantations are most encouraging, and
nlthoiigh the trees arc not yet at that
age when the best latex output might
be expected, they are (Acceding tho
expectations of tho promoters, and a
prollt crop Is looked for a year sooner
than Is generally expected from A
In a supplement to Grcnler's Huhuer
News particulars are given regarding
slxty-snvcn of Malay's leading rubber
companies, and tho following Interest
ing facts liavo been deducted there
from and may bo of Interest locally;
The capital of tho sixty-seven com
panies Is $25,232,000 (Untied States
tnrrency), with nn avcrago Issued
cnpltal for each or $370,000. Tlio to
tal (itnntcd area Is 133,820 acres, or an
nverngo of i,!19i 1-3 acres for
Tho monoy appropriated has been
nmdo available at onco, nnd It will bo
spent on tho Pacific Coast and Hawaii.
Land Commissioner Tucher was nn
Mnul a few davs last week, looking up
tho hotnesteadlug conditions In tho
vicinity of Hana. There nro three sec
tions In that district that m'ny bo dis
posed of, hut,, according to report,
thero Is nono bf this land very good
According lo tho plans that nro lin
ing shaped up tho now armory Ihn'
has been made possible by tho return
of tho drlllshed lot to tho Territory
will ho Just about as complete us can
bo made for tho uo to which It will
There should ho no delay In getting
the work stnrtrd for In tho Adjutant
eacli. (leneral's ofllco aro quite a number of
estate. This would give a cnpllallzn- plans that aro taken from nrmorles In
Hon vnluo per aero of nbout $190. different States of tho Union, In nil
Tho total output at 400 pounds per.dltlon lo tho drill hull llicro will ho
ncio will be 53,501,300 pounds, or "MS,-1 club- nnd games-rooms, and It Is tho
luturo or Honolulu is esiaimsneu ue- - " ' . i "'""' " . 527 pounds for each eslnto; nt COO Intention lo estubllsh n well-equipped
Mind n doubt, by the operations: jif '-J?' V " l"n- ' ,r,'rn ', ln."CS ..1, pounds per acre, which Is possibly a clubhouse In the nrmorv building so
the Federal government If nothing h"s """'J?,'. P," n"nl!u,,rV; r;1 "ttlo too high for an ordinary plan- that tho National Uuardsmcn will havo
more. Sugar will not die and mean- ""!":. '-. " "a''". -'-12',4, 7 ,n(Iollt th ylcli w, ,)0 8o2r,C,600 a place, where they cun meet and pass
while an Increasing number of Amer-Iulnn ''" .,,,.iiwia r no nwo-n,,.. nt tin:r.o'i, .,i...,. vni,.
I 1111s nro learning of Honolulu and
Ilavnll, more steamships ntul more
people are stopping nt the port. And
If 11 climate has built up other sec
tions of this country, It can bo de
pended upon for a great deal in these
A few days ogo an old resident of
Honolulu killed himself and among I
his effects was ev
llll.nl,ijf lit IaIiiI
tlm innrt..bnnmiil sections of Canada .' Onliu, 29.1214
pounds. With 1 Bhllllng (24 cents) I Tho Coventor Is of the opinion Unit
St'OAIl QUOTATIONS. per pound profit, nt 400 pounds nor. tho sooner the building Is started tho
9G-degrco Centrifugals, 4.015. Par- acre, tho total pront will bo $12.840.-. better, nnd will tnko an Interest that
Hy. 4.89. 88-degrce Analysis Heels,! 312, or $191,045 for each estate, giving, will liavo things ready to go right
Hctween Hoards: 170 Hnnokaa, 11.
located in ono of ?'" l'-J ,p 0i. J 2'i-r,'AU3 . . ' .
11 uanu, 29,iz vsi ; ouuui r.neapp.e business.
an earning capacity of 51 per cent. At abend when tho bond money Is avail-
MMJ pounds per acre, tho prollt will bo ahlo next August.
$19,201,440, or $287,474, for each cs-
late, representing an earning capacity, New Home for Girls.
A lodglug-houso with all tho com
forts und protection of homo for tho
worklng-glrls of tho city Is n posslblll-
, . .....v... "'-' rV :.'..,. 1 Olnn fis. 97! J30 000 Olnn Os !17. Tlio rannlnp nf Itnwnllim t.lnnmo.lno ty Of tile Very near lUtltre. Ull OU
m :vni . ". 0 W.a.,1 U0; i,' !, about reached that-stage where ?U"-h "-1:,""- .J. 2?
.,.... ............- --..v ... .... ., f 04. rn, r,n 11. rr s tlinn, Is nn sen nn nn,i ii, ,,,-.. ao,,t ter. Mrs. I'Tcd. .Mncinnano anil
:Lr"rj"r.U,"ZJrT., Co.. Kt 20 H. C. & S. Co.. 45; r. ll.mand for tho fruit throughout tho Henry Waterhouso were tho leader,,
lHC r t r r v . ix t n r. n .m lii . . . . ... In n fi11it1.ro loin T nnMvt ttT till
fnturo Inlkt' K VvU" " 1U u a- uo- ' nmics ih so Krcai inai 10 Keep up wun " " " .. ...,.-... .-.
iiuurt,, iuikt ... , .. , , L ,,in,inV tippnufinrv tn ortc.t lliii lniliz lie-
work right through what has been ll0l,8e mentioned above and they mndo
Pai- known as tho dull season. They have a rocori1 ,linl "carl eajwlod Ji speed
Heels.1 been doing this ever since tho heavj ' ' Inndo ", bel'nlr "' ,ho, "ow
1 work lot 1111 sllchtlv nwhlln nir... nnd V. M. O. A., rnlslng In n few hours
there has not been n day that thero ' "ro "1Iin W-000. Pnlama Is tho d s
have been no pines canned. I f'ct chosen Tor tho site of tho girls
. ... ' , ,-. ... 1. n In.,.. .. I ll ,.,..
llOIlie. OlIU III nil.- iuuj nuiniiuii,
skies of Honolulu's
fathered bv the conservatives, so ho
Font (vlit jlulr money, lie had out of
the Islands. If he had Invested In the
cheapest sugar stock or the most dis
tant outside lot of Honolulu real es
tate, he would havo been sure of
cettlnc more than his money back Sugar Market Review,
nnd chances Jn favor of an Income. 'rll latest sugar review
fiG-degri-o Centrifugals. 4.01!i.
Ity. 4.87. 88-degreo Annlysls
During last season tho railway was
inm timiitM i. .uvur oi u. income. '. r "' ,' -" ' V ' 7"' ' 7 , , n , hH, , .ri , stales that tho businessmen of tlm
(.Many a person nas ceruncates ..1 011 """ -""" " '"" ?;?""' '" ." ",:," "."...."".. ."...." dtv L-nve most generously to tho good
and mining propositions on tlio main. ru" "'""" cncu.ur iur prn it, ..ram ".. i..u i.i.euiii.a uumuran, - "
land that are nothing hnt monuments w'llch says: but tho coming season will lind the scheme.
to the Influence of the "ultra conserv- Contrary to expectations that when I transportation company eijual to tho
.,.. .,, , . .,.- ... .. ' II, n timclr..! lr,n .!.,... 9 OI. f tl 10. I neenelnn for llinv linvo lintlf n Inrirn VOtCS IOT Women,
mio ...c..ss.on ... ... .......u ... no- - - - '""""" r::. :'".:,.'.' 7. "." "'".; 7.. ,"".." .:.. ' During tho week thero was a rous-
tioiniu anu Hawaii. v"uu,, '"i '"". "'" " , v.D .,..vo .. ., ,....- - . ,i,r
It ll, ltldn rnllnu- nnl,l lnnV nrnim.l . UOVelOll tO C 10CK a flirtllor decline. Ill)- Blip O traltlC. "" "--"" '"" "' ."."". ..
.. ... . ... .w.... ....- ...... ........., - -. :.. --;;-.., -------;-- . ... ,.
underneath he would find that right on receipt of tho weekly figures from The heavy manufacture of Julco will Mla v Ij an women at
now while conservatism Is In the air., p'ua " Tuesday. 9th Inst., showing a 'commence In a month from now. and ,ll, ' "nHn ii.o nMeei or C,T
some of those who speak tho most I continued large production, together; It is stated that tho orders on hand "lea society wit h t ho object . f g et-
dubiously of the future of tho sugar with advices of favorable weather for will keep all tho concerns In that WJ tho ,lj,a"0t1,anl0' d ""' '"' "J,0'1,?
,...,..-. ... ,, I..,.. .... 7,. ,rl,ll,r n,,.f -,u !. .!, ,.ll,l lirnnnh nf din lnwlonoa nil ll.n tl.lnl. With IIUllIlO OUCStlOnS. U WnS, StatCll
I....I.HI.J' U. Ill I1U..U.I..I. Ull- ill. i. m . ......, ..,.. luiunn ,,".v uiu J ,v,i . .. ... .. ..... - ,.
. 1U. IllU.. UlUllUltl.
watch for real estate nnd "pick-ups"
In the sugar market.
It pays to bcllevo In your own town.
If you can't do that, what's tho uso of
staying In It?
(ieneral business conditions nro
good, excellent Indeed: Tho sugar
throughout tho Island was more satis
factory, a break of 3d. per cwt. occur
red In the Kuropean market, which
was Immediately reflected on this side
in sales at 2.81c. c.f. (4.17c.) for Cu-has.
nt tho meeting on Thursdny
women will endeavor to Inlluenco
tiinlr mnln rntiitlvon fn vntn aimlnst nil
Delt.Road Squabble Settled. public olllclals who had anything to
Tho Supreme Court on Tuesday ,i .,. iuip. n, ,mi rnetnrlos ilm-.
hnmlr.fl down n decision In favor of , ., ,., ,.. i... ....nH ...i...
I V . .. ..... . .. m .. I ing mo upiiiuuiiu iiiui- jvui, iio uu
I .inlio II VIInn In llio pnnn nf Ibo first 7. . . .., ,.. .,., -
Since then our market has suffered, 8cctlon'of tlw i Oahu bett Trooi contract ;n,m"nB 'r 0'CJL'" ""8 ;""
almost dally declines, rellncrs assum na awarded to the Lord-Young Kngi- Ru, D..tf.rv
Ing such indifference after each pur-! rinL, Cnmnnnv bv the Loan Fundi "?'...'
u BUKur, ,,,, ,,,, ., ., i,n,i , "--- " -.' ;..,..".--. ...... iliere IB uvurjr puamuim, VIml tu,.
crop and the fruit crop aro coming off ,"",."" ',",", ' -"slnn. In nr,Z . .AZ.. '"o.aec'81?n ""'" rler delivery of mall will soon bo es
In llrs.-class condition In all parts of S"S ' T' ArrT-'r, ' i- Zl. L. .Vr h'l1.. M"rt!?.n. .1"' tabl.shed In tho thickly settled sub-
'he real estato market,, ,. ", ,''',::' ," ","' r .i,:,' ". ""-' '" i"""",, .. , , , urhs or tho city. Inspector Huro has
building operations con-l , '" L".n ZZ T'" 2. '' "10 "I'carlngs " held by tho Hoard ,nado a mo8t fttvorab0 roport OIl ,
noi puuui., qUCRtioii to Washington, and seems to
,o.u-.u.iiih t)lllk t)m, t)l0 convonlcnco will bo
to no time, gmed. Free cornor' dcllvory was
I ouiinelntlv recommended for Knlmiilll
'Ml. In .1..1.1.... I.. nd.ni 11... On.,1.. . .. ..... .....
1 inn uciiniun in wiwh m nm ,.. 'niiOLrn llllln illRtrictR.
iiiiCH an uiu 0110 i;ivuu uy .juuku viui
.... ..,! it,. .., 1
iruiv " "i1 l"W"l't-i "'l I ,,,.. ..n,.,..,AnH.r r .n..n
summer travel lsvory good. onloMho market for mow llUoralnu,;
, . , ... , ,, , I plies a steadier feeling should set In.
Tho slock market has held firm and , At tho C0H0 tho lnnrkel , lk.cljed,y
fairly active. Ono of tlio intercsllng botti salca of ,,ort() ,iC03 linvInB bcon
developments of tho week Is tho cull ma(lo lhU nfterll00 al 4.050. c.l.f.
for a special meeting of tho stock- Tho ,,, Ucc,.ne for ,ho weck ,a
holders of the Oahu Ha lway to pass! 2;c. 1)er ,,,.. makB t10 present spot
upon an increase, of tho company'sl ,,uota,on 4t(l5C( wll,cll ,, 4flc boIow
noy when the caso was before him.
The von Hamm-Young Company
have plans and specifications for a
modern garage In Hllo. Tho business
cA.nl 1. win l,o 7nurTX Tmmlon.?nc'1 JJJ0' .uoow. Increase of this firm on tho bis Island
IhlVwasfore ,, ...has warranted, this branch. Tho
(his whs iortcasi in inis uopanmcni (, iig,est of tho year (4.80c), which Lt-11.,r ..i. .. nn v an fopt nnd will
some weeks ago. when the quotation!, ruled between 17th and 27th Fehru- t "'"'"J? '' nvory.mrtlculnr thero
on the stock began to steadily ad- nry. Tho rccont llll,at8fact,v coll,ii. be..I"0(1,rnln 6..ry V.?.r .lc" .n.r' " e.r,"
I Tlio stock sales 'of tho week follow
I Monday, A.irll 22.
I Hetwcen Hoards: 4B Oahu, 29.2.1
12:. Oahu. 29.25; CO Oahu, 29.25; 10 O.
u.j. j uu rei-uiu u.inuiisiuciory couui-i i,i,,,.
Hon of tho refined market has also; 810).
inujuu u.t iiupuuuui jmri in iiiscoiii-, i-iislicil
"kiiik luiiiiein 1111111 uiiyuiK ruws on n
moro generous scale,
Kuropean Hoot mnrkcts havo ruled
space for ouico ami repair
Tho work of erection will bo
It. & I.. Co., 170; $1000 Natomas Cs, weak and prices havo tended Bloodily
94; $4000 Olaa Ca, 97. 1 downward, tho combined declines of
nession naies: 2U aicnryue,
10 McUryde, 9.25; 10 Mcllryd
10 Mcllryde, 9.25.
According to an order for Army ro-
The Parker Ranch.
Tho guardianship was removed from
Miss Thcltnn Parker last Thursday,
and tho profit from tho ranch for tho
last fourteen months, amounting to
$223,007, was turned over lo her. Ac
$223,007, was turned over lo her. A
trust has been formed to handle tho
oBtute wllh Alfred W. Carter at (ho
head of It,
It Is rumored that Miss Parker Is to
bo married in July.
Matters pertaining to tho widening
, of Hotel street aro moro promising nt.
organization that camo from Washing-! present than at uny time since tho
90-degree Centrifugals, 4.08. Par
ity, 4.89. 88-degreo Analysis Heels,
9.1214; two days loth nnd 11th Insts ranclnirl to" on TuCBdliy tl,u different branches question was opened. Two of a. board
0, 9.25; 1 from lOVid. to Is. per cwt In varlotisK tho 8erv!ca ar0. ? X'. ntorl!11'lof arbitration havo been appointed,
lent crop deliveries. Our cable of .''"-, """-,' " ",u '"""-iiuoy 10 hcicci u in.ru meiiiuer. wun
iy from London reports a steadier, r'1!y A'10 .'"'""rof C?r.V,oro ",Cn u, Iloanl c"n,llotn It Is hoped that
, with buyci-H at following f.o.b. n,,(I 0 t,le lnfantry 'M- rl1'8 niipears' tbo property-owners nns occupants of
Tuesday, April 23,
Ilelween Hoards) 400 McHryde, fl.-i week's closing.
quotations: April, 12s. ll'd.; May,
13s, 2V4d.; August, 13s. 4',4d.; noxt
crop: October-Ueconiber, 10s. lid.,
which aro Is. 2y, Is. Ofcd., lld. nnd
2d. per cwt.. rcsnoctlvoly. below last
Especially low pricei on FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. Alio on Steamer Trunks, Sultcatet, Can
ton and Japanese Ware, in Tea and Coffee Sets. Your choice in Opal Ware, 25 cents.
Remember! These prices for SIX DAYS ONLY. But you'll find them Just as quoted when you come
to our store.
City Hardware Co., 3fcEg
,12V,; 75 Mcllryde, 9.1214; 150 Olaa,
' .'d"U, l. WllllU, 4Jt-Hi 1 llllllll, J,.
1 25; 5 Oahu, 29.25.
Session Sales: 17 Walalua, 131; 25
Walalua. 130; 30 II. O. & S. Co., 45;
11 30 II. O. & S. Co., 45; 50 Honomu,
MB0; 15 H)momii, 150; 35 Kwa, 32.75;
u i-iiiiieer, .s;i; iu j-ioueer, .1,1; uu iio
'tiecr. 35; 5 Mcllrydo. 9.1214.
90-degrco Ceulrlfugals, 4.08, Par
ity, 1.8". 88-degreo AnalyB lleets,
Wednesday. April 21.
Hetwecn Hoards:' 100 Pioneer, 35
(JUIIAN STATISTICS, Details' of
lo bo but the beginning ,of a plan to tl0 property enn bo Induced to ' pull
thoroughly garrison Oahu to the eg-j down their estimation of ilnm'ngcH
tnbllshed limit of army strengtli. they sustain' through tho widening of
Hotel street. Tho nrs; csllniato of
damages and property loss reached
San Carlos almost $70,OOO, which was neatly
Tlio nrnmntnrn nt llio
Milling Company, Ltd., who proposal twice tho amount appropriated as 11
the March production havo not yet .to "rcct modern sugar mill ut Ban j fund to carry on tho Improvement,
como forward, hut Messrs. (luma-Mo-1 Curios, Philippines, and iiiniiufnctuio.Thu difference us It Htnnds nt present
Jer cnlilo n total production to end of sugar for the planters on u percent amounts to about $12,000.
March of 1)98,539 tons. jnKo basis, held n meeting last Monday J
From llgures given It will bo seen, and it was decided to go right ahead
tliat Willi,, Mm i.rnro. n.n.U .1 ..t n n l Wl I ll nri?ll (1 lint Inn flt.ll follow tllld'
tho first two months of this year was closely with nctlvo operations In llio
Blow as compared with that of former. Philippines. The Incorporation papers
years during tho same period, such ore in preparation, and tho llrst aa
considerable Improvement took iIaco sessmont of 10 per cent, on llio sub
during March ns lo mako posslblo tho ecrlbed stock has been called for,
culchlng up of fully 00,000 touB on tha According to agreement with tho
prop of 1910, tho dlfforouco on 31st 'Philippine Uan(o(B tho mill must bo
March having bcon roducod to 92,288ln full operation by tho end of 1913,
toils. The fnct that 172 ostates con. but tho promoters flguro on rushing
tinuo working, ugnlnst only 158 nt construction and do up the 1913-11 c
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For Infants and Children,
rhe Kind You Have Always Bought
15 Pioneer, 35; 20 Pioneer, 35; 15 PIo- this tltuo two years ago, would appear crop.
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