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8 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912 SEMI -'WEEKLY.
Q. What Is good for my cough?
A. AVer's Cherry Pectoral.
Q, How long has it been used?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
A. If not,ve would not make it
Q. Do you publish the formula?
A. Yes. Or. every bottle.
Q. Any 'alcohol in it?
A. Not a single drop.
A. Ask your doctor. He knows.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
rnptrtd tv Dr. . C. Ayir t Co.. Until. Mm.. U. S. A.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
TROBATE AT CHAMBERS,
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
or WIT.T.IAM ORLANDO TAYLOR,
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow.
ancc of Accounts, Determining Trust
Jinrt Distributing the Estate.
On reading and filing tlio petition
anil accounts of Mnml Taylor, Executrix
of tlio "Will of tlio above nnmed
"WM. OJiLANAO TAYLOR, deccosod, of
Honolulu, T. 11., wherein petitioner nsks
1o lie allowed $2!I.G0 and charged with
JS28.44, and auks tlmt tlio samp 1)0 examined
and approved, and that a final
order l'p made of Distribution of the
remaining property to the persons
thereto entitled and discharging petitioner
and sureties from all further responsibility
IT IS OltniOHKI), that Wedncsdnv,
the 1.1th day of November, A.T)., 1012,
at 10 o'clock n.ni. leforo the Judge
presiding at Chambers of said Court at
his Court Room in Knlliia, North Ionn,
T. 11.. bo and the same hereby is
the time nnd place for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons interested mny then and
there appear and show cnue, if any
tlioy have, whv the same should not bo
granted, and mnv preent evidence as
to who are entitled to the said property.
.And that notiro of this Order be published
in thp Hawaiian Onrette, a news-paper
printed and published in said llo
nolulii. for tliree successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than ten
ifavs urevioiiB tn the tlmo therein appointed
for said hearing.
Dated, the 20th dny of September,
JOHN- ALrTiT MATTTinVMAX.
.Imlpc of tho Circuit Court of the Third
(Sinned) TAMILS AKO,
Clerk. Third Circuit Court.
(Seal, Third Circuit Court)
37B0 Oct. 1. fi, 15, 22,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Machinery
of every description jnado to
Friday, October 4, 1912.
Port Townsend Arrived, October 3,
.chr. Robert Lewers, henco
San rrincisco Arrived, October 3,
tchr. Annie Johnson from Muhuhonn
Honoipu Sailed, October -I, schr. Defender
for San Francisco.
Monday, October.7. 11)12.
Yokohama Sailed, October 5, S.
thinn for San Francisco.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
1 1 in
Kir, Noenn, for Knnni -ports, Ci-15
S. S Koju Mnru, for Columbia River,
8. S. Workmnn, for San Pedro, fi p. m.
Ptr, Manna Ken, for Hllo dlrei t, 4
Sir. Maui, lor Hawaii ports, 5:40 p. n.
Sir. lCcauliou, for Kona and Knu, 5:15
I'. 8. L. 11. T. Kukul, for Pearl Harbor,
8 n. m.
Str. Mokolll, for Oilm ports, 8il5
IT. S. A. T. Sherman, for San Francisco,
4 p. m.
Str. Nocau, for Kauai ports, 0 p. m.
Str. W. 0. Hall, for Kauai ports, 5
Per O. S. S. Sonoma, from Sydney,
Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mnrtin
Por str. Mauna Kca, from Hawaii
md Mnui ports, October 5 F. L. Jcnks
and wife, Captain Newman, tvifo and
o, Miss K. Browning, Miss L. Cadnus,
Misos COurtrlght (2), H. C. Woldron,
!cv. T, Suglmoto, Mrs. .7. E. Wright,
t M. Swnnzy, .Too Vierra, Masters
Vicrra (2), Mrs. D. E. Motzgcr, P.
Vierra, It. L. Coleman, M. Vicrn, T.
Kuneokn ami wife, J. K. Notloy, T. II.
Pctiie, Miss L II. Woods, Mrs.
R. It.' Hind, S. M. Spencer, F. B.
Wllliairs. JL M. Graham, T. K. Ogino,
:'. T. Lowis, Scott .Wright, 0. F. Drake,
L. P. Oeojge and wife, Mrs. L. S. King,
Mrs. MiD. dear, .Too Leal, Mrs. P.
Smith, Mrs. II. K. Nakau, Mrs. Yco
iljoy. and two children, Mrs. Ah Nee,
A. Nw Hnysolden, K. Hntsu, Mrs. It.
Mitchell, Oco. F. Wright, II. Vincent.
Per U. S. A. T. Sherman, from
nnd Nagasaki, October (i: Prom
Manila W. I). Bench, colonel Fourth
Cavnlry; J. P. llarbeson, major Philip-pine
Scouts; II. Erickson, major
Scouts; M. R. Hllgard. captain
Fifteenth Infantry, wlfo nnd daughter;
It. O. Rutherford, captain Twenty-fourth
Infantry, wife nnd daughter;
It. L. Moscley, captain Philippine
Scouts, wife and two children; E. 11.
Norton, first lieutenant Eighth Infantry,
wife and two children; 0. O.
Schudt, first lieutenant C. A. C; M,
A. Ilickok, first lieutenant C. A. C,
and wife; T. B. Mnghee, first lieutenant
Twenty-fifth Infantry, wife and
two children-, J. W. Love, first lieutenant
M. It. C, wife and two children;
P. C. O'Lauglilin, first lieutenant
Philippine Scouts, wife and child;
II. V. Schroeder, first li6utenant Philippine
Scouts, and wifcj C. M. Cecil,
first lieutenant Philippine Scouts; It.
E. Glnss, first lieutenant Philippino
Scouts, nnd wife; .1. It. N. Weaver,
second lieutenant Eighth lnfnutry; 1.
I. Nichols, second lieutenant Philippine
Scouts; II. A. Scntnour, second
lieutenant Philippino Scouts; II. M.
Carter, second lieutenant Philippine
Scouts; (Airs. II. .1. Hirscli, child and
mother (Mrs. Kiihournc), family major
Eighth Infantry; Mrs. J. 0. Gregory
and two children, family Captain
Gregory, Medical Corps, U. S. A.; Miss
.latio Lindeubergur, family captain
Eighth Infantry; M. J. Hanson, former
contract surgeon, U. S. A.; F. J.
ricteher, first lieutenant U. S. N.;
('. A, Woodruff, lieutenant U. S. N.;
W. E. Parker, first lieutenant U. S.
M. C, wife and child; A. Stokes, first
lieutenant U. S. M. C; J. G. Adams,
second lieutenant U. is. M. U.; i S. N.
Erskine, second lieutenant U, S. M. C;
A. E. Simon, second lieutenant U. S.
M. C; G. II. Ostenhouse Jr., second
lieutenant U. S. M. C. and wifo; F. J.
Alirendlsen, clerk Q. M. D.;.T. 0. Biiss,
clerk Q. M. D.; T. W. Bimdy, clork
Q. M. 1).; J. L. Pede, clork Q. M. 1).;
.1. I'. Wallace, clerk subsistence
C." W. Keib, chief packer medical
department; A. L. Brimmor, clerk
U. S. N.; W. G. .lolinston, clork U. S.
N'.-.'S. .T. Meauey, draftsman U. S. N.;
Kenneth Coontz, son captain U. S. N.;
Mrs. D. E. Greenlie, wifo chief engineer
U. S. N.; Mrs. M. B. Shearer,
wifo captain U. S. M. C; J. N. Fue.
ger, formor cleik A. G. O., and wife;
Mrs. E. lledrick, wife supt. of construction
Q. M. I)., and child; Mrs.
Chas. Duncan and two children, family
clerk A. G. 0.; E. E. Mumnw, aid coast
nnd geodetic survey; Mrs. F. M.
wifo draftsman C. nud G. S.; Mrs.
S. E. Eddingfield, bureau of education;
T. Wildor, inspector bureau of Customs,
P. I.; Mrs. G. L. Logan and four
children, family clerk ex-bureau of
justice, P. L; Mrs. W. H. Shutnn, wifo
captain Philippines Constabulary; W.
A. Adams, surveyor bureau of lands,
I. T.; F. C. Gerlmrt, employee bureau
of agriculture, P. I.; MisaAnna M.
Williams, nurse bureau of health, P.
I.; .T. M. Lassetter, clerk bureau of education,
P. I.; j'l. I. Eppes, clerk bureau
of agriculture, P. I.; lleninrd Adorynn,
teacher insular government; Mrs. G. It.
V, Schrnth. mother teacher insular
eminent; llr, Phillip Newton, Academy
San Francisco Arrived, October 7, 7 ' of Science, Washington, I). C; Mrs. .1.
... CO DU! If 1 -- r., , .T l . ! , . . ..
. in., o. t.. oiiiiiii .tiiirii, uenco VJCl 1,
Seattle Sailed. October C, S. S.
ni. for Honolulu.
Seattle Sailed, October 0, S. .S. Virginian
Kilioi Sailed, September 20, S. S. Lansing
for Port San Luis.
Friday, Oct. 4.
fc'tr. Maul from Hawnli, .":10 a, in.
0. 8, S. Sonoma, from Sydnoy and
I'ugo Patio, 7:30 a, in.
Saturday, Octobor 5.
Sir, Manna Ken, from Hawaii nortu.
T: BO n. "I.
Str. Iwnlanl, from Hawaii ports,
Suiwlny, Oulolmr n
Str. W. (1. HdJl, row 1CmI porl,
Htr. Jdiutu, front lUui purU, 8:1S
Mr. utluthtla, from Uiul u4 Moto-
, n ..!. wtHMitiiin, mm llilo,
if. h o, Thif, um vwm, aim-
It, ' " a.
V b A T. ikMIMMI, l$m NMftNki,
XiW1 p iii
li H. Ii'iu fn.m irp Wuhut,
f. U III
t M H l (HblU, (UIU VukMhuiu
I n Ur.ilun'l '" ' .in
Mi Uu4l, In V
II ff, HiltHMCf, fui ..u l,,i.,i.u
I lo m
L. Irwin, wifo cleric P. I.:
Mrs. 0, P. Homier, wifo provisional
medical inspector Philippines Constabulary;
It, L. Larson, engineer liure.iu of
public works; J. L. Ileadington, olork
bureau of audits, P. I,; H. S.'Suwbarry,
first lieutenant Philippines Constnbu.
lary; C. L. Doherty, lientoimnt
Qonstnliulary; W, V. Dosser, first
nontenant IMillippines Constabulary;
. A. Cnsy.o, captain Ninth Infantry,
wifo nnd twp children; It. B, Henry,
passed assistant surgeon, U. S, N,; II,
ll. Cope, passed assistant paynm"ter,
II. S. N.; Mrs. llrynn Ounnid and child,
family euntnin riftccnth Infuiitrv:
Btr, Likeliko, from Kauai ports, 5:05 Mrs. Colvllle, widow paymaster's clerk,
,m. V, S, N.
Por str. Mikalinlii. from Maul uml
Mololdil pnrt ilniues Cookp, Jildiatd
Qnliin, Mhj. W. P. Woolen, 8. li
J. 11. Stownrd, .1. II, Ilavlw,
SpHKorn, MUs E. M. W.ilss,
Mt J. V. Ilrowu, E. 11. Olurk, Olrni,
N,,Foib, uml forty-one dunk.
er P. M. . , Uiln.rU, friim
Oct T. Honolulu! H.
1'ur Hhu l'run.l.io! lv. , .
Bllr, Un. II. Y. Mh uml nuuo, MU
Mary IHalr, UiM llwuora lliair, MU
um mir, ii. w. Ht'iiunu nud Mir
. ., llul.,.. !.... I I .. 1. 111., u
Pur i(r I'Uudiiin, (r Uul irnl lit
wul piifU, IM K K JIumH4, 1)
H Murdufli, Mr J ruuiuiiMg lit
I U WilUimt, MUU..J UuIum, MnJui
Uuulm, Ul I. A4w Mi mil Mi.
r' IMimiI Jim.i. D'uiyluiit i
U Wlllliiiii K II Miuttu Muui JM.
1 fc'tdM Tmiw M I' Jinn, ftuiii
flHM. ftwli iihu UmHi ij. J
. ktlt M llwil i lmu.iii. W
KiMi, ii ,A,) Mi mhJ Mi 1
Brown nnd daughter, Mrs. C. Dean, Mrs
M. G'onsalvrs, M. Mountcnstle, Ed. Per
nantlcz, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Sato, .foe
llinoii, P M. Correa, Mr. nnd Mrs. Nn
Imalelim nud three children. II. llanin
moto, S. Dol, Otto Homing, Mrs. .1.
Cummin??, Miss Ida Wlllinms Master
C. Ordwny, .T. L. Coke, A. U. Mnkuchi,
M. Shlbata, Y. Fukumnrs, M. F. Souza,
8. A. Stradcr, Mrs. .T. Wittrock, Miss
A. Wittrock, Walter Wittrock, II.
B. Attwood. Miss E.
lua, Miss R. Nahanlelua, Miss A. Na-I
naaieiua, Mrs. A. icrnamiez, .1. jc.
Fernandez, J. R. Davis, It. Ynnaharo,
V. J. Coelho.
Per O. 8. S. Sonoma, for San Francisco,
Oct. 4. Mrs. Alma Aycr, Emil
Bcrndt, E. Foxob Bishop, Mrs, Bishop,
A. Ilrcmpton, Geo. .1, Buxton, Mrs.
Buxton, IX J, Cowing, Mrs. Cowing,
Mrs. A. II, Cox. J. A. Crawford, Mrs.
II. C. Davis, Master Davis, B. M.
Dewing, Mrs. Dewing, P. T. Evnnj, T.
M. Tinnimoro, W. II. Fiskc, Misi Ada
Gee, V. nncke, Jr., E. Harking, Mrs.
Cclia Hnskins, 8. T. Hnusor, Jr., Mrs,
Hatiser, Mrs. H. Hess, Hrs. W. H.
Hindle, G. W. Jeffords, Mrs. Jeffords,
Mrs J. M. Kepler, Master Kepler, D.
Kiliii, 11. Kiscr, Mrs. A. Land is, John
Lowis, Dr. II. V. Murry, II. Nielsen,
Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs. A. II. North, Miss
Helen North, Richard Schmidt, It. H.
Scovillo, Mrs. J, 11. Sommcrg, E. B.
Thornlng, Mrs. Thorning, Mrs. James
WainwriRht, Miss Amy Wninwrlght,
Tohn Wntcrhouso, Mrs. Wratorlionso,
Master Wuterhouije, Mrs. George
Master Gcorgo Waterhouso,
M. II. Webb, Mrs. Webb, CO. Wilson,
Mrs. Harmon Anderson, Miss Heddn
Anderson, A. A. Aslibnrn, Aldis B.
Browne, Arthur Browne, Mrs. A. T.
Johnson, Richard Kipling, F. Mnhono,
0. S. Milton, Mrs. C..E. Morgan, Miss
Fer str. Mauna Koa, for Hllo direct,
Octobor C. MIbs M. Hutchon, James
Hutclion, James Glbb, Georgo 8.
Mrs. A. Guernsey, Mr. and
Mrs. Ah Mai and infant, Master Ah
Mai, Jas. Edwards, Mrs. Sam Johnson.
"To accomplish ends desired by the
community of a nioro economical and a
more business-like administration of
Honolulu's affairs, tlio petty squabbling
and bickerings among tlio politicnl factions
represented in the municipal government
must stop," says E. II. Paris,
candidate for supervisorsliip, running
on tlio Republican ticket.
Mr. Paris makes this sane remark in
a general statement to the public, covering
a number of tlio points of his candidacy,
issued in response to the suggestion
of Tho Advertiser that tlio public
'at large is entitled to know just
where tho various candidates stand and
just what may bo their views.
The fact that Mr. Paris is Betting
the paco in publicity of this kind is
wholly creditable to him and gives' tlio
voters a good assuranco that nftor his
election he will work in flio open and
in n way where his actions will bo
their own justification and explanation.
uanuiiinjc l'aris says:
No a Flowery Speaker;
"For one, I cannot bo counted on for
any flowery speeches, or burst of ora
tory. jiiy simple statements must, and
will be, confined to, certain ideas which
should 1 become u public servant in tho
benso of a public otlicial, will bo
into a fixed policy as I find tho opportunity
and the necessity of their application,
"In tho first place, I boliove in n
more economical and expeditious manner
of, handling public affairs. Tho do-tails
of this can only bo worked out
nfter ono has studied minutely tho necessities
of tlio county as it is today
and not what it was beforo tlio present
form of government was inaugurated.
I take it, in entering into tills matter
personally, that tho application of good
business sense and business experienco
is tho real necessary qualification, and
not tlio ability of myself or any other
candidato to criticize the individual
from department heads, you
place tho responsibility upon them nnd
thoy must develop tlio kuowlcdgo that
they have, to mnko good independent
of little political bickerings or influences.
Put tho burden upon thorn and
back them up in their work, if they deliver
tho desired results. Thus a lot of
timo will bo saved by tho board of supervisors
who will then havo timo to
solvo tho moro .weighty problems of
municipal betterment; extra time to
study what tho progressive cities of tho
world aro dohug and to learn how our
growing city and county may bo
or mannerisms, of tho present
board, or previous boards. I am spook
ing just now, as you will understand, as
a legular noiuiiieo for supervisor.
"To accomplish this desired
and dispatch' of administration,
tho patty quibbling and quarrels of political
factions have got to drop. Harmony
and good feeling must provail
among tho city and county ofilcials and
l.ot tho desired results bo tho goal nnd
not tho gain of Individual, or personal,
aims bo tlio official game,
"With this harmony once. moviilllniT.
J tlio next step to success will bo attain
ed by tlio appointment or qualified and
otllcieut heads to tlio different departments,
"After tho City Fathers liuvo
certain men to their several stations,
why should tho board members
npi'iid their timo arguing with theso
hoa'ls us to how they should run their
departments t Hold (hose heads roiQii
Ihlu for tho results of tho nark that
tpiniw undur them uml not tho liul.llui;
of dally Itill. fmito us to liotv Dili or
tlint should lie drum.
"It U 1I1MULW Hint tin) pernio
ivaut. mul not tlratnmu iMuiW id to
wither on iumu got Up iwirly twaiitifi
lu lb morning to Oil M rurUiu j.iurti pj
KiiKi. u."i; : i'f, r dNwrtiw turn
T V M'lHuHiiN, Ilr A. Itur
wan inr unit ttwui i bit wy.
"Kltrl a tui.lt nf m.ll In llu ..,U4
ni" iiinTHur whu om ihitik luv tlti
L 11 .IM K 'IU' uf till lit .!;.' ulld jiutllU '
MI4Ml lli I liv Mill U4NI the luipiutM
HHIili 1 1,11 1 MM Hl Mil iIhUMHIUW ftlf,
ului llu ii, mi,) i, t uilulilti mul p,
b Kl lint In illl.nl, till I" A, Utiil',
' il I ii.i ii limn iuriiiiiiliuii Ivih
I It'll lll' lli I .rl, irf uf 11,1 h4.it
.11, ,, ,1 .l, ,11 l,l U (Ifl'lll uf )
u$ ill i,M.i ! Wilt bti In li
ll.JHHU.ll,, I , PM ,,rM ,.(. yrf.l,
J Up 1 1" I. Ulllllf iti l " J III
"Labor Party" Will Convene to
Hold Political Powwow-Scrap
Of tho holding of political conven
tions, evidently, thcro is no end. Tho
Republicans, the Democrats, tho Jlomo
Rulers and tho Socialists all met and
pointed with pride, and' tho community
thought everything was settled, but it
appears that there is one moro party
yet to bo reckoned with. That is the
Oahu Labor party, -which meets in con
vention nt Labor Hall, (jneen street,
this morning at ten o'clock. This convention
will bo mado up of between
twenty-five nnd thirty-five delegates,
representing nil parts of the Tsland, and
a platform will be drawn up and a
Tho labor men, or, to put it correctly,
tho men of tho llui Unionn, will not
have any straightout candidates of
their own, 'but thoy will select n full
ticket from amongst tho candidates already
in the field from tho four parties
mentioned and the independents.
Qeorgo Kane, president of tho Hui
Unionn. has tho thing nil framed up.
Last night, nt a littlo special meeting
of his own, ho drafted a platform nnd
selected n ticket, Imt it is reported that
thcru will bo all kinds of fur flying
cither tho platform or tho ticket
get through. Not only is thcro going
to be a scrap put up by those who havo
got onto Kane's curves in regard to his
political maneuvers', but thcro is going
to be an attack upon Kano himself concerning
certain put-through and attempted
financial deals. Kano is likely
to find himself in a nasty corner before
the matter is pan, if tho suspicions
of somo are found, after investigation,
to bo well founded.
For ono thing, according to reports
lu circulation, tho bright president of
tho labor union has been nut with too
big n mitt among the candidates. Wirtz
is said to havo been approached with n
hint properly placed
would help; Cohen is said to have como
across with a fair-sized wad nnd there
arc others, and tlio members of the
union want to know not only who has
been putting up for endorsement, but
where tho coin lias disappeared to.
Following this morning's convention
there will be n special meeting of tho
union this o veiling, nt which tho candidacy
of Cohen for union membership
will bo taken up.
WIFE I1T HOME
Two hundred or more stunningly-owned
women, accompanied nnd unac
companied, enmo and wont during tho
receiving hours, yesterday afternoon,
wiicn (iovernor anil -Mrs. Frear, assisted
by Mrs, Snyder, Mrs. Adams -and
.ludgo and Mrs. Lindsay held their
Kvoryono was in high spirits and
seemingly felt ' refreshed after tho delightful
rains of tho morning and early
afternoon nnd wero glad of nn opportunity
to gather with tlioir friends and
nceqiiaiutances and dispereo their
Krnest Kaai's quintet furnished the
finishing touches of the tropical sotting
and played many 'beautiful and plaintive
Hawaiian melodies. A number of
tourists, had heard of tho Governor's
democratic hospitality, mingled
among their personal friends and betrayed
their identity with such rcmaiks
as "How delightful," "How kind of
tho Governor nnd Mrs. Frear," "what
thoughtfulncss ,'' what a beautiful
tropical scene and tho music too."
Among thoso who shook hands with
Governor and Mrs. Prcar wcro Mr. nnd
Mrs. MucUcil, Mrs. A. ,T. Campbell,
Mrs. Hello Jones, Miss Mnrjorio Peterson,
Miss Margaret Wnterhouse Mrs.
B. I'. Dillingham, Mrs. Tonny reck, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Cooke, Mrs. CJaronco
Cooke, Mrs. Timberlake, Mrs. V. Whitney,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Larrison, Mrs. .Tnck
Warren, Mrs. Louis Warren, Mrs.
Bodge, Miss Chipmnn, Dr. Emerson,
Mrs. Puller, Mr. Hoberl Law, Mrs. II.
Klugel, Mr. and Mrs. Jtabbitt, Mr. and
Mrs. (Irifllth, Mrs. Veda Thrum, Mrs.
V. II. Williams. Mrs. L. C. Coan. Mrs.
Chailes Wilder, Mrs. Ray Baker Itie-
tow, .ludge and Mrs. Lindsay, Mr, nnd
Mrs. Arthur Smith, Hov. "and Mrs.
Mrs. l;rdmnn, Mr. and Mrs,
Richard Tvera, Mrs. .Tnck Dowsott. Miss
Hopper and Miss Knthorliio Yates.
September 2t announcement was
made thut tho Senators would do their
spring training next season nt Marys-
vine again. .lack Atkiu, principal
owner of tho tenia, expects to havo
every man report nt least six weeks
ahead of tho opening game,
rOlMJ In Honolulu, October 0. 1012,
to Mr, nnd Mrs. Willi T. Pope,
aKItTZ. In Knlimikl, October 7, 1P12,
. in Air. uml .Mrs. William Herd, u son.
Mrs. I). J), (lri'ftnry emtio in from
LeJIehim nn n nhnppliig tour and for
ll brief vlult wild fflt'lids.
41 if if 4i 41 1(1 if
(to tittruiiuU for which we nil know
ilii puliliv urti wliimr bi'itur luuili,
Mlr IiIvh)1.i, b("llr utriml liLi,
bstttir pumuI)' rsnil, fii rtMtf, i'.,
u iiutiifiml lu tut Hpulliriiu (ilMtlurui,
wWI 1I1 run uu'v ' utt 1 rlul
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' AECLIB AT CLOSE
Pressure On Leading Stocks at
Opening Causes Loss in
Ur FfdfMl Wlrrleu Telcgrsph.)
NEW YORK, October 7. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) The week in tho stock
market opened with considerable irregularity.
Prices inclined to firmness nt
the outset, but soon yielded to prcssuro
against tho lenders. Philadelphia &
Heading, Lehigh Vnlloy nnd Canadian
Pacific fell a point or moro from tho
best. Union Pacific, Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul, United States Steel
and Amalgamated Copper also nppcared
to be for sale at concessions. New
York Central and tho Hill issues wcro
decidedly moro steady. Specialties
movod uncertainly, snmo recording
marked gains, while the, Tobacco group
was distinctly heavy. Tradinc was Tel'
allvely light, further selling
lor roreign account.
Bonds were irregular, in sympathy
The stock market closed steady. Tho
lowest prices wore njailc lu tlio final
hour, -when Union Pnclflc sold a point
under last week's closing.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.!
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Closing quo-'
Hawaiian Commercial ,
Hawn'ian Sugar ,. 40?1
Hutchinson -. 19
Paauhnu 21i 22'i
Union (not quoted).
Amalgamated Oil ,.. SV& 83
uissoeiiueii vii -;
. 4J7s WJi
and mining stocks un-
REFIND SUGAR IS DOWN.
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, Octobor 7. (Special to
The Advertiser) All grades of refined
sugar wero reduced 1c a hundred
Raw sugar, steady; Muscovado, 89
test, 3,C4c; centrifugal. 9G8 test, 4.14c:
molasses, S9 test, 3.39c. Refiuod, casj
LACK OF fll Ml
Slight showers on this Island, scarce
ly enough to count, fell Sunday night,
and report had it that three-quarters
of an inch fell at Wuialua.
Tiio stock exchange dosed yesterday
without a single transaction being recorded.
The position of Oahu seoms
peculiar. Tho stock sold yesterday
tweeu boards at 20.25, and thcro was
plenty of it on the market at the price.
Thcro is an opinion in some quarters
that the stock is held up by some
big holders. Another Liolter made a
statement of what he believed wero tho
condition!): Short crop, and, further,
that Oahu would soil to 24 within n
month. Nearly COO shares of Oahu Bold
yesterday afternoon -at 20.25. Most
people bcliovo tho fall in the price is
caused mainly by tho dry weather, and
that if n good steady rain should come
the outlook for noxt season would bo
brighter and the stock prices, all down
the line, would advance.
Wninhm sold in a small lot on Saturday
for 112.50. The sale was not reported
on the boatd. It was said that
rain fell on Mnui on Saturday, but if
it did the fact was not reported to tho
agents of the plantations on that
An effort wiit made yesterday to get
tho credit balances of Waialuu, but it
failed. The plantation is in such sluipo
today that it is possible one dollar extra
dividend mny bo paid. Ewa, though
the nitosiuu upplv is low, does not
suffer from the drought ns do other
plantations 011 this Island, It is pos
sible thcro may bo n slight falling off
in tho tounaco' for 1013. but It should
not be serious enough to hurt. It 1
I ollnved that overr plantation on this
Island will shot v erop than hna bean
estimated by the innmigarii. I'.wu has
minieieiit ensh in tho luindi of tho
ngrntu, It is said, in Addition to tho
to 11 11 11 i;o on the wstcr, to carry it over
any drought iliflJcultii It may oneown
Ilrowrn It dtruuK l ttM tor the
rim son tlmt th lumpaiiy 1im pllnd nu
h surplus 1 Imt vjimnuu tin psKwmit 0?
411 Mtliu iIMiIpmiI, Tb tank JlimM)il
li If 11 ilullur UiMntfii two &r ru4
Mill iirubiihly ! nt ll UiifU fljfyr
ur uiMHHm 11 Inlln.
Tito tUMlli t Hn fll. .4
tii mot Un ulii l ik Uhl
tllll llt fill "I UV llif (HlilHil UlH'll
ii,i M 'ui i.iii.i, Snii in 1 4J
IiiIIM,i til', (I I'tM fK I ) l)..u
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Monday, October 7, 1012.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brewer S Co
Haw, Com. & Sue. Co.
Haw. Sue. Co
, tatlon Co
Kekaha Suiar Co
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd...
Paauluu Sug. Plan. Co.
Walalua Asr. Co
Wailuku Agr. Cow.,..
Waimea Sugar Mill....
Haw. Electric Co
H. R. T. & L. Co. Put..
II. R. T. S L, Co. Com.
O. R. & UCo.. .......
HitoR.R. Co. Pld
HiloR. R. Co. Cora....
Honolulu Brewing &
Maitinc i-o. Ud
Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd
Haw. Pineapr4e Co ....
Taniong Olok Rub. Co
tPahang Rub. Co
Haw. Ter. Ipc (Fire
Haw. Ter. Ipc (Refunding
Haw. Ter. 4 p c Pub Im
Haw.Tcr. 4!ip c
Haw. Ter. 3Sp c
Cat. Beet Sug.cl Redoing
Hon. Gas Co., Ltd 5s..
Haw. Com. & Sucar Co.
I1UOK. K. bs (issue ol
Hilo R. R. Co. Rel. &
Exln. Con. 6s
Honokaa Sue Co. 6 p c
KaualRy Co. 6s....
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s....
Natumas Con. 6s
McBrydc Sucar Co., 5s
.Mutual Tel. 6s
U. K.iS U CO. 5 PC...
(Oahu Sugar Co. 5 p c .
Olaa Sugar Co. 6pc...
Pacilic Sugar Mill Co.
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 pc.
Waialua Agr. Co. 5 pc.
Ilamakua Ditch Co Cs. .
t2000 shares Real, stock.
at 103 at maturity
' Botwoen Boarcs.
100 Haw. Pine. Co., 44; 13 I.-I. S. N.
Co., 200; 35Q Olaa, oS73; $3000 llilo
Ex. Cs, 97.
83 Deg. Analysis Beets Cs, 7:Jfdj parity,
4.01; 90 Deg. Centrifugals, 4.23.
sixty of tho voters of tho precinct, asked
for the removal of Mahelona, but
when it came timo to present the petition,
thoso at tho head of the scheme
hnd a change of heart nud no action
was taken. Maheloua will thereforo
remain, as secretary of tho precinct
club, which position he has now held
for about ten yonn, although nn endeavor
has boon mado to oust htm every
timo ho has come up for reelection
to this office.
It was iaid last night, that thoso
liack of tho removal petition decided
not to push their charges on advices
af the party leaders, who feel that moro
can be done in this precinct with Mahelona
at the head of affairs than with
him bucking the party plans.
Mil FOLLOW TRIAL
Circuit Court Jury Fails to Consider
It was an extremely angry crowd of
detectives yesterday morning when tho
special staff was informed that a jury
had brought in a verdict In tho enso of
Katetiburo and" fourteen others who
wero on trial before Judge Wliitnoy,
yesterday morning, for gambling, having
appealed from the decision of tho
police judge. As a rosult, after a conference
between Prosecutor Brown and
Chief McDuilie, the former will issue a.
Kntsuburo for perjury.
Tho polico allege that this gang is
one of tho old-time professionals,
himself having been nrrested
five or six times. The man swore on
tho stand that ho had novor been arrested
before and tho court bailiff promptly
dug up n record for him out of two different
sets of records.
Included 111 this gung, s.iy tho police,
was Hntsuse, a companion of tho
notorious Xnkamurn who gave another
iinmo in tho trial beforo Wliitnoy nnd
who, it fo happened, was on trial in
the police court for uumbliug at exact
ly the sumo time he was being tried
lu tin) circuit court for a preuous of-101111'.
Tho prosecution produced money
cnii;ht in tlio giime, tho dice, tho kitty-box
and tho complete giimbliuK
but tho jury livid that, ae
corning to Information the jioitce
uu'i'ivoil, (heir ciuo was pu cly
W. 'I'. Ilawlini defended the ciuc.
"Theft) was oiibu h iiihii," Im declared
in his Hrauinfoit bxfor tlm w, "who
u immbuiuii) to deth fur inonlur
and rppilcved wlion nn the (jiillim. thrtid
tilUM mi'l H Luir x'tilfUKr whs finally
reuiumtiiil lu tHi'iiii niue At
lb piriiliuu uf thai tin ngiit
fill iuurdrrr iuiifMi! nd it mud
Unit llm i.ilier . iiinOetit
ht wn Mmit my ilmut Iw In lritu
I tint ('
Thmvuimn Un Jul. iivui uui . 1 id
lullinl a i.'i.lui uf uui ((.ii Id
till Jinn Ui.lin nt I i Aug in if
Inuring llm ttinui,
)4lHlW)i li'mi I m M v.i,uiiM
Un will im l'wr Vvr MniiKKU lot
III lry !. kit in IU m nuU
,Hl4i,) lul 1llt4f!(.i.i. Htiuitf hp
will ll kit utt ul Ikt ii,, uluuii