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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
v i4, ev .r''-,-jmrS,"-'"4'V.'M'ft
Demands of Our Customers
Must be met, so we have added an entirely new line
Shoes --The Newest Department
The "Bonnie Lassie
For Ladies, Misses and Children is quite the niftiest on the market.
Complete Line for Men and Boys, including
"Boy Scout" Shoes
Big Stock Just Opened. Have a
Look before Buying Elsewhere
Canton Dry Goods Co.
Opposite Empire Theater
AND SOLID FOR
(Inventor l-'ronr's vlilt in Iloston n
ft-w d.iys iiku occasioned the following
In tin- Iloston Traveler if May III
"The Terrllcirj of Hawaii It strong
fur Tart," wild Walter I". I-Yenr, (iv-
I'niir nf the Territory, tu the Traveler,
(inn-iuor Krear Ih h delegate pledged to
riexlilent Tuft lit tllo coming Hepuhll
eaii national eoii'veiitlim, ami liax Just
left llostnu for New York mid Wnsh
liiRton "He has lieen visiting friends
In IIiIm city
"The people of Hawaii believe that
Tuft In the hitter man for tho Itepuh-
' limn nomination " Kays (lovernor Krear,
"unci they hac accordingly Kent six
delegates to the convention iiIciIkciI to
tho President. They believe Tuffs pol-
. Iclcs'soundor than ltoonevelt's. and llko
hint hetter personally Ills advocacy
of a tariff hoard to enable experts to
amend the tariff provisions In probably
, lli irlneli:il reason why he In sup-
- purled hy the llawiillaiift. The Hnwiil-
Ian Territorial cnnvwitlnn unanimously
decided to support the President In his
fiinipalgn, All hi' recommendation
have been seconded by the residents
or Hawaii and they look upon him ax
the logical man for the leader of thh.
nation for the next four cnra."
(lovernor Freal, durliiK u period of
nearly 40 years spent In Hawaii, has
had mi opportunity to obseryo the.
pi ogress which the Territory ha made','
and he Miyx that never In Its history
Iiiim there In en such iv communion of
IntircHts. l'eifect hurmony exists po
litically, ntul there Is no racial antipa
thy, such as Is found In the United
' lli.t. nil I.. .,. Iii.I.i. n . iiiiu.iinl ,ii
,,,,, ,-, i,,J-',t,H ill, ,,in, '
rlod of prosperity," said (lovernor I "rear.
"The Territorial go eminent has done
mix It In (oiistrtictlon of public works,
and the erection of schools and build
ing of waterworks Is Indicative of the
Kcncral mlvalice of conditions In tho
"The ninjorlty of tho voters nro no
publlcan At the last general election
no Democrat was elected to olflce. Al
thoiiKh all tho public olllces are held
by lleptilillcans, tho campalKiis nro hot
ly contested and nro (ult as lively
mid Interesting as those nt home. At
present all eyes nre focused on the
liattlo between Tnft and Itoosevelt.
"Out or tho 200,000 population of Ha
waii about 16,000 are Americans, and
theso furnish most of tho capital of
"Tho completion of the l'lmumu Ca
nal Is the object of tho greatest 'Inter
est to all nt present The finish of this
wnterwn) has n groat bearing on the
commerce, since It affords ((Tenter fa
cility fur bringing Huropeans to the
Territory Hlncc tho exclusion of the
Chinese and Japanese thousands of Hu
ropeans huo been encouraged to set
tle In our cities Tim Chinese have
not lieeit 'admitted for It years,' and
for the past fouf years no Japanese
have entered tho ports of Hawaii The
Territorial go eminent spends nhoiit
$300,000 each scar to eh mirage Huro
Peun Immigration. Mfost nf this 1
expanded In chniterlUK strainers to
bring In the aliens
"Kveu greater properlty Is expected
following the completion of the I'ana
ma Can.ll Honolulu will be the nat
ural coaling station of steamers bound
for l'uropo, and additional trade iwlll
lie tho result of the openlnil of the new
Hawaii Sugar Report.
Purser l'hllllns of llio steamer Man
na Koa brings tho following report of
sugar uwaltlng shipment on Hawaii.
Olart 10.&00. Walakea 7000, Hawnll
Mill linoo, llllo Sugar Co. 2000, Onomca
10,t.'iU, l'opeukeo 7"u0, Uonomu 11,800,
Ilakalau 7300, l.aiipahoclioe 20,000,
Knlwlkl 8800, Kiikalau 7R00. Ilamakiia
Mill 21.000. Tamilian 3000, llonokau
32,000, Kiiktllhaelu MOO, Piinaluu 10
110, Honuapo 4:JH2 Hacks.
ffif "ASK ASF
UJ THE MAN 3S
W WHO OWNS W
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Packard "48" Phaeton for 1913
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WELLS, FARGO TO
It .Saves Labor
THE PACKARD PHAETON for 1913 represents a distinct advance
in comfort and style as applied to an open car seating five pass
engers. The principal body change is a sweeping curve at the back
wiich allows for more room in the rear seat and more luxurious
The voi Hamm-Young Co-, Ltd.,
IIII.O, Hawaii, Junn 21,- Tho Wells,
I'aruo nKcncy has npuncd up Indcpeii-
lent of lis former unices, the Vnlcnno
HlablcH anil Traiispdrtatlou Co., and
Ins blossomed forth 'In the store for
merly occtipleiV by Knipsl Muxch. tho
A wagon, nit Its own, tho samp kind
of n wagon as Is seen in New York,
C'hlcaKo, London, I'nrls. or anywhere
else III tho busy parts of tho world,
now graces tho posncssloua of tho lo
cal Independent Wells, Pargo agency
under the able management of .Mr.
Hlsher, tho now regime having been
established by Mr. Williams, who In
manager of the Honolulu branch.
The WclU, Kargo people havo ar
ranged with th railroad, as Intimated
last week, for niany depots on tho 'var
ious linos of tho railroad, Tlicro nro
nt present about eighteen points on
tho railroad botweou which express
can ho handled.
Soon tho Wells; Kargo people will
lne cm 8 of their own-wlilcli will bo
placed on tho lltioa'of thu llllo Halt
toad Compaii9' "
Tho WcllH, Hargo pooplo will do a
big lluslnoHH on this Island, bigger
than was done before when tho agen
cy was not pushed as much as It wilt;
now ho with tho concent rated efforts
of a special agent.
The arrangements now mado liy tho
Wells, Kargo people, however, aro lln
blo to creatn something of confusion
In tho general business of tho trans
portation of freight on the Ulg Island.
It develops that rates by Wells, Far
go will, at least In xoino cases, bo
higher than was the caso when the
goods wero sent by railroad.
Tho meat Interests nro already hav
ing a light with the now system. It
trimuplres that It coflls a great deal
mum to ship beef by Wells, Kargo un
der tho now arrangements than was
Hie caso when tho railroad was tho
Lilly agent that had atiMhing to nay
ubout what should bo churned.
Tho rate under Wells, Kargo will
oii'bmit to about half a cent n pound
end the meat Interests aro seriously
talking of putting an automobile truck
between llllo and Ilakalau to enrrv
becf to compete with tho Wells, Knrgo
pcopio ami tno ran people
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 21, 1912.
IMwIn 11 llamaukii to Joseph A
Hainnuku . . ,i Covenant
Joseph A llniniiiiku to IMwIn II
Charles M Cooke Ltd to Honoiuii
Hugnr Co II
A M Ktiingenwuld to Wafle W
Thayer ," Ilel
Rudolph Wlndrath and wf to Mil-'
tual lltdg & Loan Hocy of II Ltd M.
l'uul Jam It, iiiT.1t, to nd !
Mrs Kiilumi l'jlko, limit, to A ltd 1 1
J Alfred Maiiiion ami wf to 1' I"
I Ilyuii I)
I Entered for Record June M. 1912.
'Antone Cainenilrn to .Mury Case- I
. mini et al ,... I,
I Munoel Sardlulm and nf to Jose's i
do Itnuios Jr I)
I I lllrnko to T V. M Oanrlu. tr....Tr Hi
I) I llemliiK mid wf to .Munoel do
I) T Klemlng and wf to M A Til- I
I) T l-'lemlni: mid wf to Mnno.-I I
j Kubrlaii 1)1
, C H Capellas it ul to I'rnnelsco Da
i ....... .. .
i-rancisio ij Coila mid wf to 1)
, T -)cmlng ...,...., , 1)
Antonio Criincii and wf to Jose s
I Urns l)
Jnhii K Kill to T lido et al I,
Charles A llrown by nlty to John
IC Kal et ul I,
John K Kal it til to Klrst Hank of '
llllo Ltd CM
Waka Okluii itud-lisli to County of
Aomi to K Alfred Snlrfen Jr 1
Mrs IMIth i: Underwood to Lewis
II Underwood PA
, Henry Wntehout,e Trust Co Lid, tr,
' to Kulinuki Umd Co Ltd I).
' Kulmukl I-ind Co Ltd to Almeida- I
I Mattos I'llimblng Co Il
'I Tukt-morl to O nikawa II H.
Henry Vt rhoiiso Trust Co Ltd, I
tr. to Honolulu (Inn Co Ltd I)
IU II 1 llltlllLdoK filial t (it 'I'obll I
in ii ii'iiiioii Mint i in
Kiiwahura 1 n
T?l.brku iii-.Mrs KulilwajKahmmiml u H
A pure white soap that will not
iiijure the most delicate garment
Your grocer sells it
PRICES DROP; -STOCKS
"I seo there's u little morn activity
In slocks today," was the remark
made this 'morning to a broker
"Yes," retorted tho broker, "tliero's
more activity becnuso tho prices low
ered. W can't sell at the prices that
havo prevailed "
Tills -about sums up the market thlo
week The Investors havo the money
to I in est, but they wore chary about
Kcrullng In buying orders on account
ot unsettled political anil tariff con
ditions. The moment the prices wore
dropped u little, tho demand was
O.iIiii Sugar was the principal med
ium of tradu today on tho exchange, u
number of sales being registered at
(21 SM, nnd i:n wus close up with
hou-riil transactions ut (3.', whereas
It has been selling at $32.!i0. A mini
I ber of Olau bonds wont at $97 ",0.
I Tho day ns a whole was featureless.
Trading at best is desultory.
llulletln Want Ailn will Had It
PLANS PREPARED FOR
Active work on the new grade
chool nt Kallhlkal will bo started as
Minn us the funds from the now fer
ritin hit bond Issue become available.
The appropriation fur tho, school Is
S.UOil, and plans nro now In progress
that thu necessary rite may bo ac
quired at uu early date
Superintendent l'opo, of the depart
ment of public Instruction, nnd Dr.
Pratt, president of the Hoard ot
Health, paid nn early tiiurnir.R "llt
to tho district today anil Inspected ttio
Italian Swiss Colony
White, Red and Sparkling-of California Vintage
A Table Wine
For the Family Trade
Deliveries made to any part, of the city
QUEEN and ALAKEn STREETS
K A , nfc iAfefMhMeliEtflMritte "?A- J.titM.ji MeJJs&ilSefiltiySLlBeeBfiertfleft JfflB