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Some standard is the goal point of every
manufacturer. The goal point of all
brewers is to attain the same standard of
quality in their beers as that maintained
by the brewers of
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
(The Beer of Quality)
If you are a beer drinker and have never tried this delicious brew, you
are as unfortunate as the man who knows how and wants to play polo,
but has never ridden a horse.
Better try it at any first-class bar, then order a dozen bottles or a case
for family use. ,
Supplied in any Quantity to the
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd., Distributors
P. O. Box 488
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PABST BREWING COMPANY.
MILWAUKEE. WIS U. S. A.
Our DolUed Ueera ire the Standard the world ovtr for Are, Purity and Streneth, the tales
tmountinr: to It&jOfiOQ Uottlea a year. Our method ot bottllncbeer la the only and the beat
way lor the aimplereaaon that the beer eoea direct from the caik to the bottle. Our brewery
lath. only on. In the United Mates that convey, the beer direct from the atorare cellar,
throuch an underrround pip. line to the bottling department, where It la bottled without one.
selnr cicoaed to th. open air and Ita Impuntlea. A recent act of Concreaa a'.lowa ua to ope
rate a Pip. Line between our Drewery and our Homing Ilouac. This cn.blea the Habit Brew
Inf. Company, the largest caubllshment of Ita kind In the world, to furnish the nubile bottled
beer tor family or table us. which contains as much natural life aa . rjaae drawn from a
freshly tapped carrel. When you buyclthcr kind of PA11ST Deer, you aecure theresultof the
highest knowledge In the art of Brewing, the advantage or eap.rt .flection of the finest molt
and hope, and th. unqualified guarantee of (he PABST tlREWINO COMPANY. Ourbraneat
Bavarian. Eiport. OobemUn, Select and Hotbraeu. CAPACITY i 1 ,500.000 UAKREL8 A
VfcAK PABST BKBWNQ OO, MILWAUKEE, WI3 U. St A.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Stigur Ih Htlll king, mill according to seriously uffectcd TIio gratifying part
tlio reports received mi sFrldiiy from , of It la thut tlio percentage of pluntu-
wnsiungton tlio stigur turlii ih very, lions tnut tloiionu on rainfall Id less
Tliu Flnnnco Committee of tlio Sen
ate bus llnully Inken action. Tin- He
lium over boforo.
Tlio present crop Ih coming off well
n ml Is being innrketeil tit good prices,
ptilillcun nuijorlty supports tlio Lodge ho that general business anil llnancliil
plan, which merely wipes out tlio (onilltimiH aie ery satisfactory.
Dutch stuinlaril iitul tlio differential Money Ih plentiful. The best evidence
In favor of' refined. The Democratic of tills Is the prompt milliner In which
minority asks for a Hut reduction of the taxes wero paid tills year. Al-thlrty-tluee
and oue-tliird per cent In though the tax into has lieen Increased
the sugar tariff. Till) whole question and the initiation advanced In many
now goes to the Senate, where It wilt Institutes, the small tiixpn)or Is In a
piohahly he suhjeoteil to a dlsciiHRion better position than for many yearH.
lung enough for each member, who Tlio large taxpayer Is always prompt
wishes, to inako a speech on which ho unless he delays by going to tho tax
desires to bo judged In tho coming appeal court mid protesting against
campaign. Then tho Republican bill tho wiluatlon placed upon his prop
will probably nans. Then It will go orty.
to the conference committee, uftor
which u long contest will ho due, oier, Slock Market,
tlio adoption of tho confeience com- Tho Hlock ni.tiket has been fairly
mitten report and thero wilt be no nctive. Tlio amount of hiiHlness done
Hiigar taniT legislation at this session Is about an uverngc of what may
. probably bo expected till tho Kail
Hut most significant of all Is tho elections are over with. Though tho
nttitudo of tho Sonnto Democrats, action of tho Senate Flnanco Commlt
They cannot accept tho radical free lee is a eiy good guarantee against
trade Idea. This Ih ussuranco that no a ery low tariff rate on sugar, tho
linlshed Democratic piogrum will oier ultra conservative ones will worry and
Include the Underwood scheme. . hold back until the lesull of tho elec
tion Is known
IM Pollltz cabling from Han Fniu
cixco to his partner, Mr. II. St. Cioar
staled In a ineBsago of yeBtorday at-
Stock sales for tho week follow-
Monday, May 13.
liotwocn Hoards. 25 Hon. II. & M.
tornonn that tho result was far better' Co., 21; 25 Hon. 11. & M. Co.. 21; 25
than had been expected after the long Pioneer. :t!j.,'0; 10 Pioneer, 35.50; 20
contest In the couimltteo of tho Sell-1 Haw. Pine Co., -12.5(1; 35 llonokaa,
ale 11,50; 35 Onliu. 20; 25 Oahu, 20; 15
On the basis of the news fiom J Olaa, 7.T5; 10 Olaa, 7.75.
Washington, which was first given tho! Session SnleR: 10 II. C. & S. Co..
public through tho special Washing-45.; 5 II. C. & S. Co., 45; 10 II. C.
ton correspondent of the Hill lot In.' & S. Co.. 45; 5 II. C. ti S. Co.. 45; 5
the iii.n ket began to stiengthen, and. If. C. K- S. Co., 45; 5 II. C. & S. Co.,
while no gieat amount of sales was
made, the tone of the maiket In sugar
was much improved.
Next to the tariff the l-.uropoun
price Is beginning to attiact notice
45; 5 II. C. & S. Co.. 45.
9G-dcgleo Centrifugals, 3. 1185. Par
Ity, 4.C8. 8S-degrce Analysts Ilccts,
S2.75J 10 H. 6, & S.C6..H5.- lfi l'lc,
neer. 35.50; 8 O. It. & L. Co.. 170;,
50 Hon. II & M Co., 21.50; 115 Hon..
H. & M. Co., 21.50.
Session Sales- 20 Mcllryde. 9.37:
50 llonokaa, 11.25; 5 Oahu, 28.75; 25
Olaa, 7.75; 25 Olaa, 7 75; 25 Olaa. 7.
75; 15 Olaa, 7.75; 10 Honokna, 11.25.
May 1G, 1912. Hawn. Sugar Co.,
30 cents; Oahu Sugar Co., 25 centH;
O. It. & L. Co., 75 cents; Pcpeekeo, $1;
pearanco of local and Uuropcaii Hpcc- otherwise would not conic.
ulnltve Inquiries. After a wait of sov
eral dajs, holders of some Porto
Illcos succeeded In obtaining 4.05c. for
n moderate quantity af May shipment,
while speculators bought several lots
of Cuban at 2c. basis 110 c & f.
(4. He) for late May shipment. Kil-
rtr .......... r.hmnai.ul In ita lout t.,,ilr ,lnflr Dliilnd f tl fl f 1 1 t It n liitiil.np find
IICITfinv tlllllt lllll. CUIIIU, , IlllMUlJ ,l,-i.Mrav. no .ran. ,...n, ........ ...u. . ...... .... ,,lw .u...... u.tw
4. Our tariff matters are awaiting' shown by tho salo of Poito Itlco Ceil- many tons of B-eel and Iron have been
report from tlio Senate Flnaneo Com- trifugnls for prompt shipment at 4.ti5t ordered und nre nu Hie way here and
mltlee to the Senate and no now light' lor 90 test, equal to Culms at 2 11 lc that work will be started as soon a
has come out during tlio week. c & t . llelluers are further buyers 'he material arrives. James Lyle,
Centrifugals have remained steady at this basis, and speculators imto who nas nan cnargo ot the marine
and firm during most of the week at
2fc. c. & f., 3.985c. per lt. duty paid
rope also bought several lots of Culms' It bus been more easy to Hell than to
at I'. O. II. and Sterling prices wblchbiiy at this busts during many day
flO-degrco Centrifugals, 3.92. Par
ity, 4.00. SS degree Analysis Heels,
Thursday. Muy 10.
Between Hoards: $50,000 Olao lit,
97.50; $5000 Ohm Cs, 97.50; 100 Haw.
Sugar Co., 47.50; 40 Tanjong Olok
Hub., 38; 100 Olaa. 7.75; 5 Haw. Pino.
Co.. 42.50; 10 Oahu. 28.75.
Session Sales: 50 Olaa, 7.75; 20
Olaa, 7.75; 100 Mut. Tel. Co.. 19.75;
50 Olaa. 7.75; 100 Olaa. 7.75; 40 Olaa,
7.75; 8 McBrydc. 9.3714; 60 Mcllryde,
9.37: 0 Pahang Hub., 21.50; 9 Pa-
hang Hub., 22.50; 30 Oahu. 28.75; 20
I.wa, 32.75; 10 llonokaa, 11.12; 50
SUOAU QUOTATIONS. '
9fi;degreo Centrifugals, .1.92. Par
ity, 4.55. 8S-degreo Analysis Ilcets,
1'rlday. May 17.
Between Hoards: 200 Mutual Tel.
Co.. 20; 50 Mutual Tel. Co.. 20; 15
Mutual Tel. Co., 19.87V4: 20 Oahu,
28.87; 24 Oahu, 28.75; 50 Olaa, 7.75;
250 Olaa, 7.7G; 15 Walalua, 130; 10
Walalua, 130; 5 Walalua, 130; 105 II.
C. & 8. Co.. 45.
Session Sales: 50 Olaa. 7.75; 10
Olaa, 7.75; 40 Olaa. 7.75; 50 Mcllryde,
9.37; 10 Mcllrydo, 9.37; 100 Mc
llryde, 9.37t 100 Olaa. 7.87; 100
Olaa, 7.87; 100 Olaa, 7.87; GO
Olaa, 7.87; 50 Olaa, 7.87; 10
Olaa, 7.87; 5 Hawn. Pino. Co., 42.50;
5 Hawn. Pine. Co., 42.50; GO Hawn.
Pine. Co,, 42.50; 40 Hawn. Pine. Co..
42.50; 10 Oahu, 29; 15 Pioneer, 35.50;
50 Oahu. 29; 5 Hawn. Pine. Co., 42.
37;, 5 Ilnwn. Pino. Co.. 42.37; 35
netted the seller about tho sauui as
2 Vic. basis 9G c. & f. This demand
from outside Interests has mado Cuba
very firm, and wbllo rentiers are not
willing to pay more than 2 U-lCc. or
4,05c for May shipment, sellers aro
asking li-'ViC. for May shipment, hut
are not free sellers for Juno sliln
uient even at this basis.
Tlio weekly cable from Cuba on
Tuesday showed that tho production
Is still practically at Its height, With
170 centrifugals grinding and receipts
of 92,0tio tons for the entire Island.
The receipts for the corresponding
week in 1910 were 00,000 tons, and
tho present crop Is now about 45,000
tons behind tlio crop of two years
ago. Some slight rains wcro reriorteil
during tho week, but not sufficient to
terlously Interfere with tho harvest-
hig. Today 109 Centrals arc repotted
Tho beet market has remained
about steady, with only slight fluctua
tions, and today tho closing, prkes
show very llttlo change from last
week, with May at 13s. Cd., Juno at
13s. 7d . August at 13d 8d and Oc
tober at 11h, 7d. AUtlces hao U'on
received of Home slight rains In tho
beet districts which previously had
been suffering from too dry weather,
There has been no change In price.)
of refined sugar. Arbuckle Ilros. con
Untie to uuote 5.05c, lens 2 per cent
i.ml the other rollncrs 5.20c less 2 per
icnt. The Improvement In prices of
raws stimulated somo buying of re
fined. Arhucklo Bros, were offered
quite a largo amount of business at
but both tho Federal and America!
paid a further advance to
V4C for 'allway for ninny years, has been
chosen as master hand In the con
i flrucllon of the new dry dock. Tho
.Mr. Ildlleiulej Ili'tiirn-.. dock will be 450 feet in length and
Mr. A. W. T. Hottomlev of Illshon Jt.wlll nccommodato teasels up to 7000
have obtained considerable supplies of; Co. was one of the returning iiasscn-j ions register.
.MUJ nmiiiueiiio wiiiiu. iwhuiiiui niitilgerB 01 lliu nt't-H. .ll. Iiuiltiiiiit-v mm
the abnormally largo receipts of tho
week, S2,iii8 tons, give abundant sup
piles of raws, especially when consld
crable supplies of May shipments
which, together with tho abnormally
largo receipts of tho week, 82.758 tons,
give abundant supplies ot raws, es
pecially when considered In connec
tion with tho dull state of tho rcllned
It Is conceded that tho country Is
made a tour of tho world, tlsitlng all
the principal cities of the Orient with
which Honolulu has dealing on ac
count of being on the lino of 'round-the-world
trai el. lie stopped In Igni
tion and ilslled his old home In the
llrltlHh Isles, returning by way of
During the week, the Merchants
Association held a most spirited meet
ing and had much concussion on the
legislation proposed that will debar
railroad owned steamships from th"
came prli liege extended to Independ-
New York and San Francisco After! ently-owncd vessels In tho matter el
tlslllng the great financial and com- canal tolls.
merclal centers of the world, Mr. Hot- Such a move was decidedly aaln-
tomley comes hack satisfied that there "'0 Interests of Hawaii and a res-It
very fully supplied with Invisible or(ls no place In the world where he -Hon to Hint etfcit was dratted and
unsold .stocks of both cane and beel
refined. This accounts (or tho prcs
cut small existing demand for the ro
Naturally It Is expected that the.
present wldo difference In parity of
Cuba and Hamburg, 90c. per 100 lbs.
brought about In large proportion by
our tarl agitation; will sooner or
later give place: to a parity di'crence
of tho 24c. to 44c. per 100 lbs. mostly
(iivercd by tho dferontlal.
This appreciation In Cuban values
of 5Cc. per 100 lbs. may not all come
until late In the campaign If It be
comes necessary for the U S. to go
cbroad for full-duty supplies at a cost
of tho world's prices.
Should a reduced duty bill bo passed
in the meantime, such recovery of c
per lb which Is In fact a discounting
ol juch a bill, need not be looked for
on the duty paid bails.
Neither can It be expected that any
reduction that may bo mado lu duties
will extend to the samo extent down
r. n'.n li.uu 1 ner cent of which thnv unnl rmm on, unr 100 lbs. nnrltt
nccepted only part, as they axo well-! difference as tho reduction made, as
mg to sell only for prompt suipmeuii is claimed by some parlies.
The pilco of beetH has been steadily' 12s. 7d.
dropping. Some of the experts claim Between Hoards) 100 Mcltrdo, 9.
Unit when beets get a Utile lower con- 37; 25 Mcllrjde. 9.37; 10 Olaa, 7.
tl Unguis will begin to go up hecausei 75; GOO Olaa. 7.75; GO Oahu, 29; 45
quite an amount of the Cuban crop Oahu, 29; 5 II. (.',. & 8. Co.. 45; 20 O.
bus been purchased for Kuropean de-,H. & !.. Co., 170; $4000 Hllo Kx. Us,
livery, and thoreroio American biip-,9i.r,u; juuuo oiaa us, 'JT.fiO.
piles will bo short. Session Sales- 25 Mcllryde. 9.37;
' Tlio Cub.iii crop condition Is cluing- SO Oahu, 29; 20 Oahu. 29; 6 Ilnw. Pino
Ing from year to year as the output i Co., 42.60; D Haw. Pino. Co.. 42.50; 10
of that Island Increases. Formerly 0!nn, 7.75; 50 Mcllrydo. 9.37; 20
"tlit- height ot the season" could he Mcllrydo, U.37; 30 Mcllrydo, 9.37.
Hekouod us passed with the first of
nfi-degree Centrifugals, 3.92. Par
ity, 4,53. 88-dcsreo Analysis Heels,
March. Now tho centrals In consider
able numbers continue grinding till
well along In tho Spring. It will be
noticed that this Is commented upon
in the sugar circulars published with
Weather conditions aro beginning to
Interest the plantations of Hawaii. It
Is dry nil over the group und if this
continues so that wo nave a diy sum
mer, the ciop for 1911 will bo lory
Ihiegreo Centrifugals, 3.935. Par
ity. 4.02. oSdegreo Analysis Beets,
Latest sugar quotation: 3.935 cents,
or $78.70 per ton.
Wednesday, May 15.
Between Hoards: 40 Oahu, 29; 40
Oahu, 29; 10 Oahu. 29; 5 Oahu, 29;
loo Olaa, 7. 75; CO Olaa, 7.75; 15 Kwa,
Sugar Circular Reviews.
Under dale of May 3. Nevers & Cai
laghan report on tho market as fol
Quito u largo business was dnno al
the close of tho week and early lu
the present week on tho basis of 2'&c.
9G c. & f. for Culms and Its equivn
lont. 3.985c for Porlo ltlcos. These
sales cleared tho market of all offer
lugs on this basis and relioted the
market of any pressure to sell. Not
withstanding tho largo receipts report
ed by Tuesday's cable, holders in
Cuba remained very firm and did not
renew offerings to any extent oxoopt
nt 1-1 6c. to '4c advance over previous
prices, Holders were encouraged lu
their attitude by tho steady beet mar
ket In nuropo, and also by tho up-
und will not accept orders for do-
layed shipment nt this price.
rhe only further averaging prlcos
of raw sugar to tariff reduction would
heem to bo limited to such tariff ro
iluctlon of more than c. per lb.
We do not expect any bill to paBh
both Houses that reduces duties mom
than c. per lb., so that tho present
quotation of 2"S.c. c. & f. for 90' test
Centrifugals appears to us to place
hiigar on I ho basis of 80c. per 100 lbs.
duty on Cubas of 9fl test, or lc per
would rather hate his homo and UIh ' carried unanimously.
business Interests than Honolulu. I
Wharf work along the waterfion' "'
Army Comtructlon Hea'd Coming. this port Is going on In n most saibv
Informatlon of a personal nature factor) manner. There Is reconstruc
has como to Hawaii that Hear Ad-1 Hon going on nt tho lllchards sticei
mlral Homer It. Stanford will pay a1 wharf, at tlio Inter Island whnrf nt the
lslt to Haw-all some tlmo during thojAlaVnu and Hackfold wharves
coming summer for tho express pur Secrctnry ISorndt of the Harbor
poso of making n personal Inspection 'Commission was on a tour of lnspc
of tho work that has been going on nt! Hon tho first of tho week and ox
Pearl Harbor since tho reservation i pressed himself well pleased with the
has been started. iway tho work was being carried on.
Admiral Stanford Is the man who I Hnrbor landing fncl'ltles will ndJ
has the last word to say In regard to' much to tho growth of tho city.
nny work, of a government nnturol
and connected with tho natal depart
incut, and his tlslt to Hawaii will be
of greatest aluo to this Territory.
Big Steamihip for Inter-Island.
lteports brought back from Ims ri
poles by somo of the reluming Shrlq
crs is that the delegation from I In
wall simply captured tho town, not
During tho llrst of tho week new jj only with tho fruits and other souve.
was given out that the Iutcr-lsland
Kleam Navigation Company will soon
let tho contract for a ten thousand
ton steamship that (ho company In
tills of the Pnrudlso of the Pacific.
but that tho Arab Patrol ot Aloha
Temple did the llnest drill work of all
the patrols there, and that the popu
tends to put In the freight earning itce went wild with enthusiasm when
trade, tho principal part of which will; Hawaiian music wn produced,
bo In bringing coal from Australia to Ios Angeles papers give the most
Ibis port for tho uho of the Inter' flowing accounts of the doings of
Island Company nnd also for local Aloha Temple, and the grand recep
toiiHumcrs. Lumber will be carried! Hon that was held In one of tho lead
from tho Sound ports to Australia as
a return cargo,
A survo of tho harkcntlno 8. N.
Castle, which was recently damngixl
by tire, has been made by the three
Inspectors annnlnted for tho work nnd
Ih. duty on foreign full-duty sugars of, the findings nro that a. fuw hundreds
K( dollars will repair the damage and
Wlllott & Gray's review of tho mar
ket for May 2 says?
Haws. Tho synopsis of tho sugar
situation mado by us last week mlgb'
be ropealcd again this weak with
blight changes only:
1. Tho Cuba crop rccolptH for tho
week were ngaln largo, 92.000 tons,
with only ono central less working,
but showers aro reported In two dis
tricts and a heavier rain In another
section. Mataiuas reports grinding
Interfered with to some extent. This
molsturo Is of advantago at tho mo
inont. as tho conditions lmvo recently
been abnormally dry and cattle havo
suffered for water. If spoil followed
by general rains, howoVor, 'tho grind
inu will be materially curtailed.
2. Tho Uuropean beet crop Is again
reported by F. O. I.lcht or favorablo
for Hold work, but with rains needed.
3, Loudon advices ludicato that tho
r,,itrit f,r mtnnllpR Is not vet snlvedlauo. every
i ..-I ...a, l. A lrn.,1 in, I,. l,t,lno,i' tin. hrenkri In levees."
cugars to como to tho ,U. K. which At tho tloso tho nlnrket began tlicjmny, which 4s constructing the dry (Continued on Pgo 15.)
9G test, without further reduction In
price when biicJi a bill passes.
Beet sugar has fluctuated within
narrow limits from 13s. 9d. to 13s.
GVid. lo 13s. 6-TSd.
Crop reports from other countries
...... ,...l..n,n,lntl( fltlil IttlfltlinL'Ofl NTnw
crop Javas for May-Juno shipment aroV'" l"
offered at 14s. o. n f., uu- test n.suo,
which is too high to Interest buyers.
There are reports today of great
overflows of sugar lands In Louisiana
that tho vessel will be perfectly sea
worthy when tho repairs hate been
made that havo been suggested. II
Is expected that the vessel will sail
for the Coast Bomb time next week
tho cargo baling been reloaded dur
ing hotels theie.
Wonderful preparations lmvo bcen
made for the grand May Festival that
Is taking place In Thomas Squaro to
day and thU evening. Thero aro
booths where ever) thing good to eat
can he purchased and there are booths
wheiu amusement nnd all kinds ot
entertainment can Jje enjoyed. Tho
proceeds nie to go for a worthy pur
'1 be Press Club of Honolulu has
l been launched nnd with a goodly
! membership. Daniel Logan was un
Floating Dry Dock. anlmously chosen tho llrst president
The liiir ilnnilnir .lrv iinck Vnr ihi. of the club. Committees woro au-
lovvcr end of the city Is an assured! Pointed and thero will bo endeavors
Our Now Orleans frlcndB wlro ns fob, tact und It Is expected that work will; 'ado to get the newspaper men of
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