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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
Ing tourists to Hawaii this summer
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
extra repented some weeks ngo. Tho
stockholders of Kwu nro expecting mi
extra, but It In doubtful whether It
will be paid before July, when Hits nv
erngo of the year's return tan liu ilo
tcrmlneil with more tertahity
The monthly statement of the Stock
Kxchnnge for May shown a iccord of
ntnuilv iirl, itu Olnn lumly flu, Hal fir
.v, . .... -,., I "-rf j. ........ v.t... .vuun ,.; nn, u.
niosc mogmui.c Ol our own ciiisons..,,,,, mml)cr of ,,, BoW namc,y
a l oven H, no a ,,.... e-uiui 808Ci ,,, Iirlce vnry,1(; only ,rom g ,
U.K........K ...u .. u...M,:n u - 77r, Hawaiian Commercial enmo
topic which Is a Rood sign. On., o m.xl wU 442n R,iarM ron(,,nB f
tl, San Prnnclsco papers publlslieJ , r.c. nni... o-.ti !.,..,., ,...i
. , a t' ' uiimii n (, nnui id IllllhV"
Honolulu begins to give signs of
feeling Hie thrill of life along the keel
of Its Panama Canal prospects, or
food iir.npectH generally
Iluslnossineii returning from tho
I'aclllc Cuast and mainland tours get
the atmosphere of progioss from that
part of tho country and the natural
advancement of things In this city Is
hound to hnvo romo Influenco on tho
lecently n general review of water
Iron! opinion on how tho traffic of tho
I anal will move. If It follows tho
(oiiiko Indicated up tho Coast to San j0 3- -(,
rrnnciSL.i mere is no uouui 11111 mat
It will also touch at this port, Tho
According to a number of prominent
Khlpplngmen of San Francisco who
hnvo made careful estimates of tho re
sult of the opening of tho Panama Ca
from 28 r. to 2'J 2". Mtllryde shares
totaling 2451 sold from 9 S7.1 In 9. Pla
iner Mill shares, 1138, Hold from 3".
I to .1 . mo The is. snares or wninum
ranged from 1:10 to 13.,. Hawaiian
Pineapple vied with tho sugar stocks
for activity and high price. The 11CI
shares dealt In were, sold all tho way
from 41.00 to 44.60. Hrcwcry sharea
numbering 771",, sold from 20 to 20.no
Prnbnblv the largest business nf the
mil upon the business of tho port, San montll ms 1)een dono n otaa nnd Illlo
I rnnclsco 13 destined to become a bnsu; :x,e,1Hlon bonlla, olaM lmve bot,
lor tnc uistriuution 01 commerce to ,i,ni i,,u m 07 no n,i ti. n,,ii
-i " - -...., .. -..
the Par Kast, tho Antipodes and other
places within a few years. In tho
opinion of these men, the theory that
big liners would sail from Atlantic
torts direct to ports In the Orient, la
den with big cargoes and long lists of
I assengcrs, Is absurd.
Several factors contribute to ex
plode tho prevailing theory. The time
requited to assemble n large cargo, or
enough freight at one of the Atlantic
I oris to Mil a big steamer bound for
the Par Kast direct, would bo greater
than shippers and consignees would
grant. Tho method of procedure- will
he about as follows, It is explained
American coastwise Rteamers sailing
Irom Atlantic ports will steam direct
ly to this port, possibly stopping at
San Pedro or San Diego, both In some
cases. They will be laden with suv or
al thousand tons of miscellaneous
freight, with an ultimate consignment
to possibly n dozen different ports In
Tahiti, Australia and the Orient
At this port the different consign
ments will be transferred to tho
steamers pi) Ing to tho ports of ultl
mute destination This mentis that
the freight will be dellvoied to Its des
tlnullon with considerable dispatch
and tho delay In assembling hlg tar
ways at 94.!0.
Mucking Fruit Fly.
About everybody on Maul, who has
the welfare of the Island nt heart Is
lighting the frnlt-lly post They ate
being dire, ted lij Sheriff I'rowill .mil
the Mnul Chamber of Connncice 'I he
greatest vigilante Is bilng 1 lerclsed
to keep the pest within the bounds
that It Is now working At tin pres
ent time the tly has not b.en found at
Ktila or Koolau The Infiit.il fruit l
being burned as fast as dlscoiiied
Oil Tnnki r.
During the first of the week tin re (
wns a peculiar shaped craft launched.
from the murine, railway, and as It
slid Into the water It was christened
"Llhby Mac" It tomes near being 11!
submarine ns It Is built of lion, is J
thirty-live feet long und has the thar .
n.terlstlc tlgar-shaped nose or prow
The .piccr-shuped vessel will be nsid
to transport furl oil to the cannery 1
on the other side of this Island It be-1
Ing towed to Its destination The!
tanker can carry 22" barrels
Sales for the week reported on the
Monday, May 27
Iletwecti Hoards- Hi Walalun, 131
r, Walalua. 131; 20 II. C. & S. Co
4r,.7li; M) II. C. & S. Co. 43. 75; fif, II
C. & S. Co, 41 75; 440 11. O. &. S Co
43 7fi; 300 Otaa, S; 2r Olan. 8,
Session Sales' r Mcllryde, 9.7r; i
Mcllrvde. u.Ti",; r,00 Illlo 1901 Cs, 100,
.10; 70 Kwa, 33. GO; in II . & M. Co,
21, 10 II. C. & S. Co, 4r,.87V4; IB II.
C. & S. Co, 45.8714: 21 II. C. & S.
Co., 45 87'i; fi Ilawn. Pine. Co. 44 2".,
Ill II. It & M Co. 20 75; 5 II. II. &
M Co, 20 75; 2" II C. & S. Co, 4"..
87. G degree1 Centrifugals, 3 98. Par
ity, 4 ..".. 88-dcgrec Analysis Uccts,
Tuesday, May 2S
Hetwecn Hoards 25 Olaa, 8, 25 II.
C . H Co, 45'4; 150 II C A. S. Co,
4tf: 25 Ouliu. 20, 30 Kwa, 3.1 4: 20(11)
Olaa Cs, 97,4; 0000 Olaa Cs, U7.
Session Sales 25 Brewery, 204,
10 llrewer), 20; 5 llrewery, 2075.
Wednosda), May 29.
Sales Iletwien Hoards- 30 Pio
neer, $.15; 25 Pioneer, $35; 25 Hono
lulu. $11 2C; 300 Illlo ex U per cent.
$94 50; 1 (KM II. C & S Co, $4C; 15
Settling tin- Tax pp.aN.
It Is the opinion of Territorial
Treasurer Conkllng and Tax Assessor
Wilder that what tax appeal .uses re
main wilt be settled without the aid
of the tux appeal court, as more than
half of the cases that wen. tiled be
fore April 30 have been withdrawn
and the rist are In the process of set
tlement. There are a few cases that
It may be wise for the government to
admit error, and In such cases the)
will not reach the courts
The tax books show that $'177.177 9(1
htive been paid III at the ollUe slmc
the first of the year This is tlose to
$100,000 more than was paid In last
year up to the same time Hut even
bo, the Increase of valuation and also
taxation must be taken Into account
and it may be that th' delinquent list
will be larger than the one of last
holiiila Pin. apple.
There is a report that the I.ll.hj,
McNeil k I.ll.by company has si cured
an option on some due pineapple lands
at Kahua, North Kohalii, and that
these lands will be within the Irrigat
ing radius of the Upper Kohula ditch
This compunv now owns a big can
nery and pineapple lauds 1.11 the wind
ward shit' of this island
goes will bo obvlaled. As vessels
probably will sail Trom the principal llrewer), $J0 75; 7 Hrewery
eastern shipping ports at intervals nl utile, $10; 150 Olaa, 8
not more than one week, tho forwnrd-j Session Sales 10 Oahu, 29; 9 Oaliu,
lug of freight will bc greatl) fatllllat- $29; 10 Mtllrjde, $9 75; 5 Pineapple,
Tho Importance of this, If proved
true when the Canal Is In operation,
is that a great portion of the freight
now carried to foreign ports in foi
eiuu bottoms will be carried at least
a portion of the way In American1 Session Sales 25 Mcllrvde, 9; 25
ships It Is estimated that the vessels Urowery, 2120; 20 llrewery, 21.20; 5
nteded for these targoos alone will Onomea, 5.1, 2". Mcllrvde. 9 75; 50 Me
11w.Mi1 nt lenst a turtlnl rehabilitation Ilrjtle. 9 75, lu Olaa, 8; 5 Pioneer, 35-
I Hetwcen Hoards
0 Pineapple H'y,
4G; $11,000 Olaa Gs
liiVi; 100 Onomea,
I'rlday, May 31.
35 McIIrjde. 9;
10 II C. & S. Co.
91 Mi $15,000 Olaa
of the American merchant marine
In addition to this, foreign steamers
pl)lng from tho Latin ports of South
America both on tho Atlantic nnd Pa
clllc, will Icavo a big tonnage hero to
20 Telephone. 20 50
Tho dividends paid out on the
stocks represented on thu Honolulu
be distributed nmong tho different .stock Lxcltnnge .or May amounted to
lines. No uttempt Ib made to estimate moro "" vn hundred thousand
the probable Increase In tho toiinngo,llollars A er largo percentage of
of San Francisco, but within n few Ihls Income remains bore In Honolulu
jtars it Is said it ought to be double j""l. 'I '" to bo hoped, llnds reinvest.
Just which way tho trade will movo font In further enterprises associated
no one can foretell with ccrtalnt). Hut "ltl tho progress and duvelopment of
ovcrvouo Is getting reudy for tho Ca- "ll' Islands.
Many feel that everywhere but In Tlie commltteo appointed to shape
ii..ii r ti,DV -,,1.11,.. ren,!v fnr M o scheme for u larger and more
.1,.. fni rwminw ue imvn not popular civic and commercial oianl
Waked up as othors have dono, but Jutlon held a meeting this week and
..nn thlniiH aro helm: dono. Harbor l'nmc'1 ' lclin( l'CK n "'' Uialr'
Commissioner Wakelleld Is attending !'"" aml '' . 1: ''ax""' n secretary ; proved in Pearl) every tuse sermons
,,,r,.r,..,. nf the barber coiiimls '" "r8t ""' t0 " "011e ' 8e" "' Kl't V"11"-'
.,,,.. ,,r ii, ,,.,irv. and while at- f" literature from similar orgunlia-
tending to private business is doing ""8 '" rltlc9 f tllc "'"'''
much observing for public benellt. ,,,,.,,,
1 ten. .un..(ii. it'ii.i.ieu cum vt'ei
from a mainland trip. Ho Is very en-
Ci.iilmrN I.i I.
A number of contracts for public
werk were let out during the III nt of
the week Among theni was the con
tract for the dormltorv at the bojs
Industrial school und the addition that
Is to be built to the present dormitory
A P McDonald bid in the former
work at $20,31,0, and the latter Job
was awarded to Defrles for $!.'.!
There vveio several other bidders for
Tho contract for digging the ditch
at Kapiolanl Park was awarded to M
Picanto for $2704
Pood Inspector Hlanchard Is mak
ing a second crusade against the Ice
cream vendors who are nianiif.it till
ing u concoction that Is below the
stand ird of what ought to hi found
In Ice 1 ream He has tiikt n out war
rants for the ariest c)f the dirfeieiit
Vd Men of mi rlui,
HuBlness men who have wondeied
wh the Honolulu Ad Club was 01
guiil7cd, shuuld be Interested In the
following reports from the Nutlonal
Convention of the Associated Adver
tising Clubs of Aineilta held at Dal
DALLAS (Tex). Mil) 19 The con
vention of the National Association of
AiUertlslnir Clubs opened todu) III
the most unique manner coneelvnble
und viewed from Its advertising value,
was nerhans the most striking udver-l
tlsement ever given by an association
In everv church 111 Dallas un adver
tising man delivered an additss that
' I ... ..... pi. iru , hum KMrm.l.lM
You're almost certain a few years from now to say
'Makiki Home Owners Are Very Fortunate"
I Business Logic
1 BIKyvfrx"TTPirjvW?Wg R yjjptt K jA tVtLiflEfliHnPlPBQBjHI
A Mdkiki Home for Sale for $42 ;i-
When really it is good
business judgment and
nt t luck that is causing
some very careful Island
imcsiors to get in l:nc
for big profits by buy
ing Makiki Residence
It is no mere prophecy or baseless contention to state that
this highly favored residence property will greatly advance in
value in the next few years. It is the certainty of sound business logic. Isn't it
generally granted that the population of Honolulu will be greatly increased by the
On lots purchased from
us and constructed so
as to give the greatest
convenience and com
fort. You select the
planwe tell you how
much the bungalow will
costand then build ac
cording to the specifications.
comnletinn of the Panama Canar And it s almost
reality. U.S. Army and Navy Fortifications, Strongly
-Garrisoned, Mean Additional Residents; Increase ol
Tourist Travel, even now noticeable, but bound to be
many times doubled after the San Francisco Pan-Pacific Exposition
will bring a large permanent residence population. There is no
two ways to it. Honolulu is grow in",, and will continue to increase
in population. Di.l you ever he.ir of a city growing in which pro
perty values did not also increase?
What Other Honolulu Residence District
Has These Advantages?
it) Minute; from Heart of Honolulu Hounded by Two Car Lines
Sidewalks, Curbs, Electricity, CJas On All Streets
Convenient to Churilies Schools and Colleges
Present Home Owners of a Permanent Class An Assurance "Ylaikki
Neighborhood Will Alwajs He a High-Class One tor Home O.Micrs
If you can't get away today or tomorrow telephone and we will
call and make an appointment to take you out to see the Makiki
property at your convenience.
Oliver G. Lansin
80 Merchant Street
Kvory cliurcli un llllccl to the limit
nnd tho receiitlona were In reality
The prlnclpul udclresHCH worn by J
a m.linti,il,l tii!iiiiiLlnir iiltlnr of To
rcinti) (Hobo, "Tho MiiBter'B Cull to tlmiVMia u hcilthy bull tcirlor fi'lRliliiB
Nobler Life"; Lewis II Scnrlock H'lRhty poiiniU noboil was Ultkiii
"Tho Ili'llulon of Aclvortlslni; ". .Mac.- nun iiioun
Tho St UiiiIh cli'lt'Kiitlou for Instance
biniiKht 11 chorus tiulixd exclusively
on the Minim 1I.IUK -'K chliliKi'd In
Intimate that Inasmuch as thu "hoiiii
Murtln. "Am I My Hrotliorn Keeper .'
Julius Schneider, ' CIcuIihIiik the Tem
James Sclierinerhorii, editor n-
While tho lari;o oonts nro taklni; tliuslastlc over the prospects for now
shnpo tsrudmilly nbout this crossroads .anismpa IOr tins por . cons rue
of tho Pacific, general hiislness con l" for tho now Mntson tlner 'l be
, I,,,,,.., , rl. n.i 11, ,,,,,.1, 11 iu rn,.iini Kin soon, and others nro In prospect
tho elTects or tho usual siimmor quiet. -- ". ......... . """ "", :,, tiihpb. "The Thirteen Apostles'
Mnnv necinlo nro lenvlnc for their "" o woppmK m tins port oni"- ,v ... v........ m...i in llusl-
Kiiiniiicr holidays, and on tho other o run to Australia and will add piyni8Hiii8 Opportunities und Itespcm-
slbllltlBS"; 11 S HouBloti, "Acneriis
liiK and Righteousness", I II Sawyer
Helicon and lluBincss 1110 iicnci 01
hand tho school boys nnd Klrls nro ro .materially to our tourist buslnes
turnliiK from tho mainland for tlio
buinniei. Secretary Wood of tho Pro-jrw .Inpiihi'se Milp.
motion Commltteo sayB that tho Bum If nil tho steaiiiBlilps und stcaniBhlp
iner will see n cry strong turn of tho lines ptoposcd niutcrlullzo with tho
tide of acntlon school teachers to opening of the I'aiiumu cannl, the
ward tho lalnuds So tho retail trade I'aclllc will rUul the Atlantic in ' "'t,b0I. of lnc christian Church , J 'sulll
I Ids fair to contliiuo good through " ' 'iesi w uiui u.eio w.u K(,.0I1 ..i,ot .i,cll) u Light ', A nun
Th.it I-and Is Good", (leorge Prench
"Publicity and the Church"; Uwillyn
i: Pratt, "Advertising and Itellglon";
IK St i:imo Lewis, 'St Paul, the AU
Pilor to the parade thtio weie wel
coming adilrcKSes h (!uurii(ir C'ul
iliiltt anil Major llollainl As a sec
lug business mssIoii icpoits of coiii
inlttevM wen lend and iiiherllslng
men told of iiupiiiMiiiciits III their
methods and worl.
Julius Schiiehlci, In an address on
"Tho Organization icds of Itctall Acl
MMtlsIng,' Kald the gieat and glnilng
fault of most hlg retail udwrtlBlng is
inelllcleut admliilstiiition due to fn-
,1 IhUlllclcnt evpiiulltuie lor organUa'
I be two new mussice slilps soon under , n, ..Wi.i n10 Church and AUer
!n,,..aa it nialrnllfi,l ffiv t lia T.tt l . ... m ..-.. n,l..J' 1
lu,,"") " vu..n.,..,,w ,w, ...w "J ": iliflnir ITHIl 1JO lor lac:il uuil-i ,
!t t...i..t... nn rm.ln I.. ni ....
('reus re (looil nl iMimuu " "" " ki-" "
I ho crop movement and tho genera. X "" or the president of the
drift of things Industrial Is entirely loinnanj. who Is on his way to he
.ntlsfactory. I.oth sugar nnd p.i.eap. coa. t for t he piirpose of placing the
pies will turn out banner crops and orJrr tl on. Is i th. report from
lite puuen iL'cuent uiu un u,h, ........
bo ieasonabl asked.
Tho week In stocks has not brought
forth anything sensational but tho
mnrket Is very llrm and money Is plen
tlful. PloiiIu are not rushing lu to
Washington that shipping Interests In
this city aro preparing to enter u mil
lion dollar vessel on u Puget Sound
San Francisco run
.Summer Vacation Ci liter.
Hawaii us a place for teachers to
.siiend their vacations Is-coming to the
buy becauso each one believes that.roro mpldly according to Secretary
tho enuipalgn yenr will put prices low- yooli jo has had lu his mind the
er. After tho election tho prices will 8Ciemo for boiiio time but this lust
go higher or lower, according to who-jycur mg utcn tho first tlmo he has
thef a Hcpubllcnn or Dcmocrnt i , liaU a chance to try It out Muny let
elected President. No one Is worried ier8 uro tolng received from teachers
over tariff legislation during tho pros orl o,e mainland to tho effect that they
out Congress. 'Intend to spend the holiday vacation
Talk of oxtrn dividends Is hcglnin Hawaii Tho secretary predicts' fura,UH 0r publicity ' f i almost
nlng lo Interest buvcrs. llnwullau.that tho capacity of tho Coast steam- u.ry ct in tho union Theie weie
Coiiunerclnl will pay this mouth tliot,ra will be tatd to the limit In bring- hundicds of varieties of "local coloi '
lllil". T W Leuuatte, "A (lood Millie
is Itatlier to I.o Chosen "Ihai, Great t , 'u. S m, ,
!!V. c.'.r1 H 'S I I"" of -..King .ill. th
Ul'lll rt v. u. .., . ..- "
sldo the Churches"
1)AMS tToxas). Muy 20 Dallas
and seemingly all Tevas went wild to
du) over the welcome to the Associat
ed Advertising Clubs of America
Dallus stieets were packed for
miles by spectators shouting welcome
in Hie various delegations, who 111
2 000 automobiles intruded the bluets
and thence to tho Country Club,
where, as guests of the Dallas
"News," a typical Bunshlue dinner was
served to thousands of delegates and
In tho automobile parade there weru
Hawaii mid the Fair.
(inventor Prear when In San Prin
Cisco said of Hawaii and tin I'm
Oni thing is ceitaiu wluu Un fair
is held lu San Pialtiisco ill III, tin
lirrilnrv of Hawaii will pnsmt li i
the world a gland dlsplu) of In r won
(lei fill icsiiiiici'H and the luiiuev nml '
ul loi this purpose will hi i h'tel full',
allowed 1, our people In addition
to this, it is safe to sa) that Until)
ever resilient of the Islands will
make an atti nipt to pa this ill) a
visit at that lliuu
Ihrce kinds of I c tall advertising
orKiinlatloiiB, to ui) mind, seem net
C Preemuu, "Through wisdom is a (bsar, ho said
House llullded nnd by uniicrstaiiuing "Pirst Pioper nrguituliim and an
It Is i;siauiisneci , ucuigu n ""i'-iappu elation of the sphere or the ad
"Ye Aro tho Light of the World, a .u.rtsng diparlinc nt uf America's big
City That Is Set on u 1 111 Cannot IIOiKeBl 8tmtH
Sicond OigaiiUatlon of the retail
fur the pur
the national ad
vertlseis for mutual!) piolltuble le
sults, through national campaigns In
"Tlihd Organisation of the Binall
ritailci oi spiciilty shops to give
him as good an advertising mi vice as
his big and ovei shadow lug dupiiituieut
stole couipetiloi "
DALI.VS (l'cxtsl, I,i) '.M -lialtl-moie
was holected tnda) h) the con
vention of the Associated Advt-itislng
Clubs of Atactica as the next place of
When the nominations foi thu ntwxt
convention ill) opened San I'ramlsio
formal!) wllluhew fiotti the nice
leaving the coiiti-sl to 'loioittii ami
Ijisi Saturilii) there was a small
sl.cd miitlit) iiiuiiiig tin Spiiilsli la
boieis that have Lieu held at the im
migration station since the ariival of
the llarp.illnn The) deilred to go to.
certain plantations and when tulil
that sutli iiriiiiiKcmeiits could not he
uitiile the) tlircateiied to saddle tin in '
selves onto the autliorllli s ami iiiuah,
at the station until their deiiuiiiils
weie coiiipllid with A little picwsuie
was hioiiKlit to ln.li and dining the
llrst of tin wuk Hie) concluded to
take what was olTiiiil to them 'lln
wc nt to Hawaii
Bottled jgm&, Beer
Bottled by th
CONHALVCS & CO.
LTU Queen Street
At their Dottling
CONSERVATION OF PINS.
Olllclnls ol one of the leading West
i ru rnllioails have begun a tampalMi
ngnlust the waste of pins i:mplo)isi
have Won told that gi enter care In,
c oiim rv lug them will be domnudci! lu
the fill n ro It had come lo Hie nolle i
of the ollli lals that plus were being'
thrown awn) In gnat uiiiiihtrs b) ihu'
dirks Last )cnr the loid, according
lo the purchasing agent used 210'l
I ouiids of plus '1 In re aie .11 In pins
lo Hie pound, and tlieieTore 7uiit2,uun
plus ut re pun based
Get Some From
'i m': ai'.sthai.ian iiiTiritvvi vm: shi.i.in'o passi:i
Al.l. lu i:it.N.Mi:ST Tli'l.s
III 'I I Lit Mil 11 lll.ltl'
Kltliill 111 AS'
Oil r- in ij (Iniilate pupi r hut the I
II ii I It'll n U ndiiilltid lu hate tlie
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET,
HCILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietors
,JuLJtL ...'" iavWi, liTWi
YxutAl MbSI JLb
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