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Cream of Tartar
No Alum, No Lime Phosphate
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
SIRS. WLNSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
ht been urn by tnillioni of molheri for their children
Awhile trethios, with perfect iucccw. It tofieut lite currtt,
lUjrt paia turn wind colic, ml it iKe bni remedy lot
Aarrhea. Soli ty Drugsi.U. He sure and ask or
&Irs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Ued for more than three cencrutions
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII AT CHAM-BERS
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF MANOEL SOARES VIEIRA, DE-
Order of Notice for Hearing Petition
, for Administration.
On reading and filing tliu petition of
Captalina A. S. Vicira, widow, of
Hawaii, alleging that Mauocl
Soares Vicira of said i'nhala died
at I'nlinln, Hawaii, aforesaid, on
the IStli duy of November, A. D. 1011,
leaving property viitliin tho jurisdiction
of this Court necessary to bo administered
upon, and praying that letters
of administration issue to Mauool
It is ordered, that Wednesday, tho
13th day of November, A. I). 1912, at
10 o'clock n. m., be and hereby is appointed
for hearjng said petition in tho
courtroom of this Court at Kuilun, Kona,
Hawaii, at which time and place
nil persons concorned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why said
petition should not be granted, and that
notice of this order shall bo published
once u week for three successive weeks
in the Hawaiian Onzetto, a iiunspaper
printed and published in Honolulu, T.
l.r tho last publication to bo not leas
than ten days previous to the time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated, Kailuu, Koun, Hawaii, Sep
temuer "ju, iviz,
JOHN ALBERT MATTHBWMAX,
Judgo of the Circuit Court o'f the Third
(Sgd.) JAMES AKO,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Third Circuit.
The foregoing is n true, full and correct
copy of tho original now on filo
in this Court mid cause.
(Seal) JAMES AKO,
3751 Oct. 4, 11, IS, 25.-
IIONOMJMI IRON WORKS CO. Mn
chinery of every description uindo to
Tnttly. Uetobcr 8, Ifllg.
F.urcka -Arrived, 0tuer 7, h. 8, Sim
IUnIUiii, hcitfti 0.
YnhfilinMW ArrliMl, ()Btubr B, H, U,
Nlppyn Mnru, liiuic,, anplciulxr VT.
Hun i'Miisitco iuilwl (Jttubur H, Ui2u
i. m H. a Hirrn for Honolulu
IIllo Arrlvwl, Oetulwr B, H, , JCMlfr
pric from bum l'ruiicif0,
'jfj, wr frg -
HAWAIIAN -GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912. SEMI. WEEKLY.
Hard coughs are bad enough, to
be sure. But it's often the little,
hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means-the -most,
especially when there is a hifr;
tory of weak lungs in the family i
VVhat should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask htm if this med;
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Frettm) fcj Dr ). C. r 4 Co., Unit Man.. U. S. A.
Hllo Arrived, October fl, Bark Nuunnn
Iiohco September 10.
Hilo Arrived, October 4, Schnoor Spokane
from tort Ludlouv
IIllo Sailed, October G, S. 8. Hyadcs
tor San Frnnclseo.
Wednesday, October 0, 1012.
liana Arrived, October 8, Schooner
Kona from Ahitkini.
San Francisco ailel, October 0, 8. 8.
MiFtourinn for Seattle. S
San l'rancisco Arrived, October D, tfi30
n. i)i.( S. . Jjiirllne, lionco uct. 1.
San Francisco Arrived, October 0, tug
Hcrculci, lienco Sept. 30. .
Uillapn Harbor Arrived, October 0,
Schooner Repeat, hence September 7.
Tnconm Sailed, October 8, 8. &. Virginian
Thursday, October 10, 1012.
San Francisco Arrived", October 10,
S. 8. Kllaucn, lienco October 3.
San Francisco Arrived, October 10,
3 n. m'., S. S. Sonomn, hence Oct. 4.
Port San Iuia Arrived, October 0, 8.
S. Lansing from Kihci, Sept. 29.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Tuesday, October 8.
Str. Mnunn Eon, from Kona and Kau
0 a. m.
Str. Mnunn Kca, from Kilo and way
ports, 0:10 a. in.
C.-A. S. 8. Marnmn, from Sydney,
Auckland and Suva, 1 p. in.
Wednesday, October 0, 1012.
Str. Claudinc, from Maul ports and
llilo, 5:10 a. m. .
Str, W. 0. Hall, from Knuai porta
4:3 j a. in.
M. X. S. S. llonolalan, from San
l'rancisco, a. m.
Thursday, October 10.
Str. Ilclcnc, from Kawaihac, 2:40
CVA. S. S. Zcalandln, from Vancouver,
8 n. m.
Sp. Marion Cliilcott, from Gaviota,
11:30 a. in.
U. S. N. T. Xavnyo, for Foul
r:50 a. in.
Gni!. Sclir., Ida May, for Oalin ports,
(1 a. in.
F. M. S. S. Siberia, for San Francisco,
10 a. in.
Str. Likelike, for Hawaii ports, 12:10
Str. Jw.ilnni, for Hawaii ports, 12:00
Str. Kinau, for Kauai ports, 5:10
Str. Mils.'ihala, for Maui and
ports, 0:15 p. in,
C.-A. S. S. Marnmn, for Victoria and
Vancouver, 8 p. in.
Bark Mary E. Foster, for Grays
Harbor, 8:30 a. m.
Str. Manna Ken, for Maui and Ha-
w.'iii norls. 10-n. in.
AbSOllltelV Plire - s- s- Wilhclniinn, for San Fran-
. . . , , Cisco, 10 a. in.
TltO onfy baking pOWUCr lT. S. N. T. Navajo, for l'earl Harbor,
madofrom Roval Grano i:30 u. m.
m T Dl. -TT...1 i"-. mnnM..in 1l.lfl n !
UK, JUUUJilf JUI iiltUIUUj JU.1U li u'i
C.-A. S. S. Zcnlandin, for Suva, Auck
land and Svdnoy, 3:10 p. m.
Str. W. G.'Hnll, for Knuai portB, 5:15
For str. Manna from Kona and
Kan ports, Oct. 8. 0. and wife,
V. Van lling, M. Stiyeiiagn, G. Tannbo,
H. Uyeh.ira, Ludorino Carrs, Mrs. II.
Wilson, Miss Wilson, Mrs. Aloes and
two children, Pr. Hayoshi, wlfo and
servant, A. L. Grccnwoll, A, Weill,
Father Patrick, C. Hcdciiiaiin, II. C.
Austin, 11. h. llolste'm, Mrs. .T. M.
Father Hubert, F. Ilaoring, Miss
Keolio Kahu, Mrs. II. llanolmno Father
Gcaard, Geo. Wells, Jr., Mrs. Weils nnd
infant, Father Chailcs, F. C. Lysor, M.
T, Frost, Dr. II. 1. Koss, It. Smiui, Mrs.
D. P. Wallace, W. Kekcikan, G. 1.
It. O. Heilerron, Miss K. Young,
Miss II. Young, Miss Lai, Mrs. II. J.
Mover, It. U. Pond, Win. Silva, Esther
S. Silva, 11. Howell, Hilly Morton, A.
rcr str. liiuna Ken, iroiii lino anu
way ports, Oct. 8 X. do Silva, wifo and
two children; lfov. K. G. Silva, wifo
threo children nnd maid; J. A. 1'nhncr,
G. H. Canii, J. V. Mursliall, P. Lamb,
11. Itabinowitz and daughter, II.
J. KcImj, W. II. Hen, Father Otto,
Father Gabriel, Father Idcswald, Mrs.
K. Povauchelle, Vrof. T. A. Jaggar, R.
li. Moiris, Jlrs. M. Silva nnd two children,
Mrs. Jus, Aae, C. M. L. Watson,
Mrs. G. Schmidt, R. Smith, Misses Howard,
E. J. Lord, M. P. Mattos, Sam Til-ton,
J. H. Mnby, 11. Phillips, Tnharn,
W. K. Aim, M. Miamoto, Tananie.
Per C.-A. S. S. Slaranin, from Sydney,
Oct. 8. For Honolulu: Theo. No-yes,
Count and Countess do Cisticros,
Miss M. Johnson, Mr. Liebling, V. L.
KsUlinn, wifo and maid; Mr. Dufault,
P. P. Kllis, -and wifo, Mrs. Itiddiford,
Miss Riddiford and maid, Geo. H. McLaughlin
and wife, Mr, Mclntyre, F.
G. Uilbert, R. S. Whiteley, N. Shaw, ,1.
liobhon, (1, A. Gordon, Miss P. L.
Mrs. Murphy, Mr. Winlher.
Per M. N. S. S. llonolulan, from San
Francisco, Oct. J). T. P. Brady, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Cartwnglit, Miss .1.
J. O- Crane, Miss Neli I. Diaort,
.las. C. i'oss, .1. P. Foster, AUs. JI. U.
Giflord, Miss Henna A. Goodbout, Mrs.
H. P. R, Grove, C, Hansen, Miss Nellie
W. Hayncs, II. M. Hepburn, MSbs
K. E. Hickey, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Kerby, Mrs.-.las. Kirkland. F. J. Lindo-
man, Master Philip Lindcman, Miss
Adclo Lindcmnn, Miss Thcone Lindo-
man, Miss McGill, Mrs. B. McKcaguo,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKcnna and children,
Miss M. E. Miller, Mrs. G. E.
Miller, Mrs. Maxwell Murray, Miss Sadie
Murray, Miss P. Mydell, Miss Ma-line
Kelson, Hiss Mary T. O'Connell,
Chas. Powrle, Mis E. C. Pratt, Mrs.
C, P. Sandscdt, F. Schnnck, Miss N,
('. Seabcrg, JIlss Plhel H. Swain, Mrs.
8, 8, Taber, Master Gordon TaUer, Mr.
iiml .Mrs, A. W. Van Vnlkcnburg, Albert
White, II. F. Wlchman, Dt. J. 8.
Woodward, Win. Wdon,
Per str. Olnudiiie, from Hawaii and
Maui ports, Oct. 0. Father Manms, Y.
Ainoy. u. A. ILililwln and wire, .1.
T, Pnldwin, Mis Parrlor, A. C,
Dowsott, Seo Hon and wife. Ml P.
Leo Hop, illsa M. Kiiieivo, 8. Kelilnol,
J. Kunl, Miss P. Wong, Mrs. Aki, Mrs.
lmUburfuigh, MIm A. Jones, Mr. 1'..
I'etimndi't, W Kalvbua, II. P RMii, 11.
K. hauren, II. Gooding Fiold, Gen. Aki,
Mio Ho, T. YuiiiaiU, A. It. 8uua nnd
I'm J. M. . a SibriM, for Sun l'ruii.
iMo, Oet. B Mn. C, M. Cool... MIm
Vlle Cooko, W. WiitsihoiKe, W. P.
Wall, 0, K. Mariua ami wlfn, T. P
KnowUm and wlf, (. M. llrunawlu, lr
hfriuaii, Hir aud.daughlun 11. i
ifUuwtt, I'.IUh HroMiilnif, 15. W. Newell
and wifo, G. "W. Smith, It. J. Gravci,
Dr. V. D. Webber, W. H. Kcgley, Mtn.
W. N. Monrc, JIscs Moore, T. C. Alexander,
Miss G. Maloy, Mrs. F. E. Uilcy,
Richard Smith, Mrs. C. Morccrenux,
MIm J'. Jlcrccrcniix, William
Misi Florcnco Hughes, Mrs. D. P.
Wallace, III II. Gnylord, Mrs. C. Snider,
Mrs. W. F. Dillingham, J. M. Pierce,
Mrs. W. St. Croix.
Per str. Mikalnhn, for Maui and Mo
lokai ports, 'Oct. 8. Mrs. Nnkuina,
Frank Kupihca, J. D. McVeigh, William
Hulrbinson, Chuck Hoy, Mr. and
Mr. H. H. Ilrown, Mrs. Edward
Miss Adelaide Nopapa, MIsg M.
Per Kinau, for Kauai porti, Oct
S. Paul Schmidt, Mrs. Jnmes Finlcy,
C. A. Rice, E. A. Knudscn, E. D.
D. L. Austin, K. Tcraaka, Judge
Kniwl, M. A. Nic'oll, adng Yuck Shin,
Charles P. Drake.
Per C.-A. 8. E alurnma, for Victoria
and Vancouver, Oct. 8. Miss A. Ward,
Miss I. II. Wood, Mrs. A. E. Puchloy,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lister, Mrs. a R.
Path, 11. A. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Pabbidgo, Mrs. II. J. Donald, J. Hampton.
Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelminn, for San
Francisco, Oct. 0. Miss U.
Mrs. A. P. Schocn, Prof. .7. W. Gil,
more, Mrs. Gilmoro and threo children,
II. C. Austin, II. Knaack, E. Dicdrich,
Mr. Ross, Wm. Roinhardt, A. Dlom, G.
M. Wands, II. Loniason, Miss I.
E. Johnson, Mrs. D. P, "Wallace,
Miss K. Sehuttc, A. T. Thornc,
Irs. Thome, M. Coito, Miss M.
Mrs. J. Abe, Miss P. Abo, Miss L.
Miss M. Piosslcr, Miss J. J.
Maxwell, Mrs. L. D. Nathan, 1). Nathan,
C. A. Dunham, Miss P. M. Colby,
J. W. Smith, I. Schnrlm, E. PiBliop, Mrs.
Schocn nnd two children, 'Mrs. G. II.
liobertson, Miss' S. Robertson, Mrs. S.
It. Dougherty, Mrs. F. R. Salter, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J, H.,yogcl, J. R. Daggett,
Mrs. Riddiford, Misses Riddiford (2),
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. B. Hallbcrg.
Per str, Mnuna Kca, for Hnwailand
Maui ports, Oct 0. Mr. andMrs. Geo.
P. Cooko. and three children and maid;
Mrs. J. K. Bodel, child and maid.
A. H. Clark A. W. Eames, H. W. M
Mist, Mr. and Mrs. Kcait Kaillkini, C.
1 White, II. Decker, A. F. Peterson,
J. A. Keystone, C. A. Prims, A. 0.
Wheeler, j. L. Fleming, W. V. Wilson,
It. A. Young, S. M. Spencer, Miss
and party, Mrs. II. J. Myers, M.
H. Choy, T. M. Kon, Mis. Lorrln An
drews, W. . C. Campbell, J. W. Weinberg,
Robert Hind, X. II. Duval, Louie
Itnpoza, R. L. Morris, P. -It. Hand,
Mr. F. Iiiia'miira, Mrs. K. Izumi, Jlr.
and Sirs. M. E. Iiulz, Airs. A nine
Priglit and infant, J. II. Mnby, K. Itb,
II. Tsuruslilma, MrB. F. C. Vollcr, Master
Per C.-A. S. S. Zcnlandin, for Sydney,
Oct. 10. Mrs. P. Stewart, Miss Gee
Stewart, James Lycett, Mr. nnd Sirs.
H, P. M. Perry and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Languor,- Charles Probie, Albert
White, Miss M. Gilmore, O. Tyror, P.
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports,
Oct. 10. Judgo Dickey, F. Weber, A.
0. Wilcox, It. r. Spalding, Miss A.
.Ionian, It. W. Shingle, R. W'. Breckons,
Rev. S. Paaluhi, J. M. Cummings, P.
MARK WAS EIGHT.
Mark Twain wns visiting II. II
Rogers,' who, leading tho humorist to
hi,library, said, as ho pointed to a bust
of whito marble, ""What do you think
It wns tho bust of a young woman
coiling her hair, a very grncoful example
of modern Italian sculpture. Mr.
"It isnt truo to nature"
"Why not!" Mr. Rogers asked.
"She ought to bavo her mouth full
of hnlrpinV sad tho humorist. National
AT U CIS FI
HEAD OF HI
Itching, Scaling Scalp Humor watf
Making It All Fall Out Two Doctors
Could Not Stop the Trouble
Niece Advised Using
CURED HER SCALP AND
MADE HAIR GROW AGAIN
"My mother used to liavo,n very bad
humor on her bead winch tho doctors
called an ocaema, and for it I had two
different doctors. Her bead was very
Eoro und her hair nearly all fell out
la ipito of what they both did. One
day her niece camo in to fco her and
they wcro speaking of how her hair was
falling out and tlio doctors did it no
sood. Ehe says, 'Aunt, why don't you
try Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment?
Mother did and they helped
her, so eho socn bcan bathing with tho
Cutlcura Soap nnd with tho
Cutlcura Ointment, end in tix months'
tlmo tho Itching, burning end scaling
of her head was over end her hair Iwgan
rowing. sho feeU very much
f n debt to Cutlcura Soap and Ointment
tor tho Ono head rf Inlr eho has for
on eld lady jcars old,
"In rccard to rav own rasp, mine was
Bneczeinatomctli,nglihoherfl. It wasln
my feet. A fcocn as thoccld weather
camo my feet wuld ll h end burn and
thrn they would crack and blood.
1 ncn 1 iiioiir'it I hi 1100 to my
mother's friends, Cutlcura Soap and Cutl
cura Ointment. I did for lour or flva
winters and 11 ;w ny feet nro as smooth
nsnnyono'B. E'lsworth Dunham, Hiram,
JUL-,, Will. iiJ, i.,oj.
What Dnrmir.i CclA 0! Cutlcura.
V, T. Ilanvum, tho famous circus man,
onoo ' 1 hav had ItioCulicura
lti'imiin'4 nmoiiK tlio of my
ineillcliiij clut with inv bhuwi for the
lost threo uawm, ami 1 can cl riffully
certify that they weto very iflectlvo la
every caa wluili tuilixl fur their dm,"
ODiBpki litienul n.1 Iniemtl Timmfol lot
Cilrr.llunuiul iiimu n"ir,u iul Ailulu eon.
iS"1M ""' l" I1 t ivut io skin.
CulKura Onimwnt iOe 1 ui lining Hkg) iiuiruii.
tuit Il.ili:l lUV 1 Mr iu U. .irui tl 'lursUl
h.,U (l.r.JitKout Iff ..iU Klirr btui tCia
Unlfl lrr. It. 1. 1, fSiiifur (10.A u Hut
VH ItllliWJJr, litilnltl llulfluil
. ,&Liiiit't k4JSlk&di,J,ir. iiwAu.fc.tfjyferibAtt.'VAiH
ANO PRICES LOWER
Stocks Foreign News
for New York Central, American Sugar,
Amalgamated Copper and various other
OncninfT ilrnltnrrn tn TTnitn.l Rfninn
(By Federal Wireless Telegrnph.)
tion the price of stocks will not advance.
Tho W'ntcrhouso Company, Ltd., yesterday
received tho usunl advices from
tbelr agents in Singaporo rotative to
tho rubber output. Paliang tapped to
the extent of 5334 pounds, against 5525
in August. Tnnjong Olok tapped 5BS0,
against b3".'l the previous month.
Brewery is being hold up supposedly
llllilor thn 4nn(nfiln nmmtB.illl' nn nvlrn
Fractional Losses in Standard dollar dividend. The stook1, sold on
Tuesday t 22, and fifty shares sold
promptly at 23.25 on tho opening yes
tcrdoy. It is believed it wilt go to 25.
McBrydo hangs at 5.00, and Olaa advanced
to G for 100 shares.
Out in tho pineapple section of tho
(IIt Ftdtnl wirelcu Trimicb.i Island there were of an Inch
NEAV YORK, October 8. (Special to of fti Wcdwcday, and while It may
10 Advertiser) Lower nrlces worn the! E?1 n,Tc.et slock Bharcs in Hawaiian
Tho rain will
point, with substantial fractional losses "ln timc ,antl tllore is nn inu'eation of
(Dy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, Octobor 10. (Special
Steel wern nt n nnminnl .lnlinn Wo.t. to The Advertiser) Such strength as
rrn stocks nnd coal shares advanced today's market manifested after its
sharply for a time but the heaviness of cal heaviness was gcnorally
discouraged buyers. Tho whole l"'ed to tho promlso held out by yes-market
weakened again when Steel fell terdny's crop report. There was re-to
78 3-8. Irregularity gavo way to ,1CWC1 selling for Europe, where
heaviness in today's stock fion9 particularly in Paris, pointed to
market. Foreign nous was again increased nervousness over the war
miietimr. I'rnctlnnllv 41m nnlv nowS.
to roncct strength hero wore Wheeling ' Pl'll"clplila & Reading was a f caturo
& Lako Erie issues and ono of tho local "? itself, contributing per
Ponds were steady.
Stocks inclined toward a betterment
Amalgamated Oil .". 82
Associated Oil 44Ji
RAW SUGAR PRICES.
(By Federol Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW-YORK, October 8. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Raw" sugar steady;
Muscovado, 80 degrees test, 3.04c; centrifugal,
0G degrees test, 4.14c; molasses,
80 degrees test, 3.30c. Refined
cent, of tho first hour's activities and
ndvancing two points boforo noon on
segregation rumors. Tho active list
toward the nnnn linnr ,i,br tlm lr.n.1 strengthened by that time despite in
of Philadelphia & Reading and United ' "casing firmnoss'of call money, which
States Steel. Amalgamated Copper was opened at 5 per cent.
shaded slightly on publication of the
Copper Producers' report.
Tlio market closed irregular.
REFINED SUGAR VERY LOW.
(By I'i'ilerni Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, October 8. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) lA decline of
10 points in tho quotations for local
refined sugar took effect today. This
reduces the busis price for cano granulated
Eiigar to 5.20c. per pound, and this
quotation is tho lowest iu nearly a year.
(By Toderal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, October Sv (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Closing quota-
Hawaiian Sugar . ...
Hutchinson .- 10
Onomea , .... 57
Paauhau . 21 22V4
Union (not quoted) .
Bonds were steady,
American Cnn common and preferred
wcro increasingly active and strong
later, -with some demand for other specialties,
including Enameling aud Central
Leather. The markot closed irregular.
Interest continued to center in
tho specialties and traction shares.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Closing
Hawaiian Commercial ... 41',
Hawaiian Sugar 40
Associated Oil 43
Honolulu . ... ,
NEW YORK, October 9. (Special tho deal onco it is consummated,
RAW SUGAR STEADY.
(By Federnl Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK,, October 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Raw sugar .steady;
I Muscovado, 80 degrees test, 3.Glc;
$1.35 trifugal, 90 degrees test, 4.11c; molasses,
oil ucgrccs test, a.ooc. Jicimeu sugar
OAKU AND EWA.
" Oahu advanced to 20.00 yesterday
without apparent reason, a few shares
selling at that pneo in the attornoon.
Tho action of the Governor in signing
tho leaso for tho Wnioholo water-rights
is jeported to have bad no effect on the
market for it will bo at least two years
before any good results will come from
to The .Advertiser) Foroiim sellinu. , notion nf tho Governor is said to merely
ClemciiB looked at it a moment and then induced by. tho Balknn Mountain States settle ono of tho links in the chain. A
news, combined with extensive local of- new water company will bo formed and
lerings, served to depress stocks to tlio , bonds issued tor tuo cxpenso 01 tu
verge of weakness today. Heaviness
was most marked in United States
Steel, Union Pacific and Amalgamated
Copper. Canadian Pacific was weak,
breaking over threo points.
Homls were steady.
Gas and Wheeling
ono to threo points.- Tlio market closed
Tlio government crop report, which
wns especially favorablo to corn and
wheat, imparted further strength to
stocks in tlio final hour, but matorial
neti losses were tho rule.
(By FMernl Wi'rrlMn Teleffrnph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, October 0,
(Special to The Advertiser) Closing
Hawaiian Commercial . . . 41TI
Hnwaiian Sugar 40
Kilauca ...,...... 12
Paauhau .' .". , 21
Amalgamated Oil 29
.Associated Oil 43
Atlas Wonder, 1c assessment.
Tnlisted and mining stocks
RAW SUGAR DOWN AGAIN.
(Tlv Feileral WlreleM Teleerrh.)
NEW YORK, October 9. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Rnw sugar, steady;
Muscovndo, 89' test, 3.01c; centrifugal,
00 test, 4,11c; mohisscs, S9
Refined sugar, steady.
Oahu shares nt 25,75, tho prlco
touched yesterday, means 5c less, as
tho dividend must bo deducted. Tho
stock wns fiirly strong on tho street
nt 25,75, but an opinion was expressed
that tho stock will go lower, and without
the influence of politics. Incident-
nlly tho effect of tho presidential election
has not been mentioned on tho
street for tho pnst two weeks; tho
of tho dry wenthor seems to bo
One firm of brokers received advices
yofctorduy to the effect that in tho opinion
Ql men intcrted in tho nug.ir
tho prlro of hugur it deatliK'd
to uu much lower. The liiforinaliiiii
roii'i'ii from ouu wlioso coniiectloiis
York Juitlfy the opinion, ThU
in shnriMl In Honolulu by thonu penouii
Jwho Inn ft ji greater lutBril in ugm
tb a 11 in the prUu of itucki, While
I polltlin linvo had no llilluuncc up to
dntf, H n'l'im to b a belief that Wll
imou Is to Ijm vltKitx), and with Ids
Ewn stnnds well nt 2S.00, but with
a prospect of a drop in the near future.
This prophecy is based on tho belief
tnat tnere win ue no more exua uivi
(lends. Tho crop, while highly sntisfac
Buying of special stocks fails to have . tory to the company, was, in fact, 2500
much effect on tho general market, I tons lower than was The
which was dull and drooping. People's pense or linryohting me crop wnsiarger
& Lako Erie rose by $oU,uuu lira 11 re rjvious crop,
ing to tho bonus plnn iu iprec with In'
hor at Ewa. So far only 0110 extra dividend
has lern paid dvrirtg tho year,
making a total of thirteen and one-half
per cent, on tho inyestincnt at par as
against fifteen per cent, pam uy uanu.
THAT II DECISION.
Judgo Wilder, who represents tlio
young - Brown boys in tho li estate,
says the timo for tho owners of
tho proporty in disputo to settle is now,
when they can do so for a good deal less
than they will bo nblo to when tho enso
goes into the United States Supremo
Cnnrt. Banncv C. Scott, a Tiortion of
whoso nronertv next to tho Swanzv
home, is involved, holds a guaranteed
titlo from S. M. Damon, and he feels
snfo in eonsenuencc. All of Oerritt
Wildcr's lot: tho Plensanton and other
less valuable pieces, oro in a cloud. Tho
totnl area sold by A. V, .imm as
was thirty-nix nnd acres
and is valued todav. according to Judgo
Wilder, at $1,550,000.
DENIES CHRISTMAS ISLAND
SCENE OF TREASURE ISLAND
It is too bad, says tho Springfield,
Massachusetts, Republican, for Town
Tnlk, published in San rrnneisco where
Steven ru onco lived, to pprcad the
word t,.ut Christmns Isljind m tho Pacific,
lately sold by William Qreig. nf
Honolulu, who has been stopping in Hnn
Francisco, is the scono of "Treasure
Island." This is quite as bad ns tr.e
removal of poor Robinson Crusoo from
Tobnijo in tho West Indies to Selkirk's
Tslnnd off tho Pacific Coast. "Treasuro
Island," of course, was In the Atlantic
or Caribbean insofar ns It was anywhero
Stevenson did not trouble about Inti
tmlc and longitude, though scrupulously
nxnct ns to tho cartocrnphy of tho is
land, wherein ho showed himself tho
Irno artist. ChrUtmng Island Ib a inoro
plnusiblo scene for tho treasuro hunt iu
'Tho Wreckers," though th "find"
wns vory different from what b.vl been
expected wh'li the wreck wan loilit at
a ruinous fliruro nt n San Fruncn" auc
tion. Ban rraarlnta r)lv ouyl t to
keep Its literary history u li tt In
Chief Carpenter John V. Hand, U. B.
N retired, will lunvp Ban I'rmirlsco
omi for Honolulu in company with his
wlfo. to iimko their horn, ("nrpimter
lluml win formnrly nUuchcd to th
rriiiwr Marvin ml, but wtm forced to retire
from flellvo Krvlea whew U eyesight
- iif.it t J
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Thursday, Oct. 10, 1012. '
KAME OP STOCK
C Brewer i Co ,., ...
II w. ALTicuil'ufal"!!!"
Haw. Com. A Suk. Co.
Haw. Su. Co ..,.
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Kckaha Sutar Co
McBrrde Sut Co. Ltd.
Qahu Sugar Co
RUa Sugar Co. Ud...
aauhau Sug. Plan. Co.
inoro within the next twenty-four hours. K8!?1?1 9
Wailuku Agr. Co.
, Walmanalo .
j Waimea Sugar MM....
Haw. Electric Co
H.R.T. &LCO. Ptd..
H. R. T. fi L. Ca Com.
Mutual Tel. Co
HNOK. K. Co. Pfd
HiloR. R. Co. Com....
Honolulu Brewing S
Malting Co. Ltd.....
Haw. lrr. Co. Ltd
Haw. PineaDDle Co
Taniong Olok Rub. Co
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c (Fire
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c (Refunding
Haw. Tcr. 4 p C Pub Im
Haw. Ter. 4'4pc
Haw. Tcr. 4Vj p c
Haw. Ter.3t4 pc
Cat. Beet Sug.fi Refining
Hon Clas Co.. Ltd 5s..
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co.
HiloR. R. 6s (Issue of
Hilo R. R. Co. Rcf. &
Extn. Con. Gs
Honokaa Sug Co. 6 p c
Hon. R. T. & L Co. 6 p c
Kauai Ry Co. 6s,
McBrydo SugirCo., 5s
Mutual Tel. 6 J
O. R. JUCo.5pc...
tOahu Sugar Co. 5 p c .
Olaa Sugar Co. 6pc...
Pacific Sugar Mill Co.
Pioneer Mill Co.6pc..
waiaiua gr. to. a pc.
Hawaiian lrr Co 6s. ...
Hamakua Dilcli Co 6s . .
1 64. W0
12000 shares Reas. itock.
at 103 at maturity.
CO McBryde, 5.50; 100 Pioneer, 31;
30 Waiaiua, 115; 10 II. C. & S. Co., 42:
$4000 Hilo Ex. Gs, 97.
25 Hon. B. & M. Co., 23.25; 70 Olaa,
The monthly dividend of tho Hon.
Browing and Malting Co. is increased
from f 1 per cent to lYi per cent
for the threo month ending Dec. 31,
Oct. 10, 1912 Wailuku, $1.50; Hut-
cuinson, uuc; janunau, i:uc.
8S Deg. Analysis Beets 9s, 9d; parity,
4.04; 90 Ifeg. Centrifugals, 4.11.
Fodder for Cavalry Horses Sent
to Leilehua in Return
The war department is aiding in tlio
intense development of tho sugar industry
on Oahu, although this is not generally
known to government officials or
the politicnl parties on the mainland.
It is a fact, however, that the array-is
doing much toward the output of sugar,
particularly at Ewa plantation, ono of
tho largest producers in tho Islands.
It is not generally known, either,
that the sugar people are contributing
to tlio upkeep of tho cavalry horses of
tho American Army, nnd keeping them
in tho best of condition. When tho
army maueuvers aro held this month,
the' cavalry horses will bo in fine condition
owine to the sugarcane fodder
which Is supplied by the island sugar in
After tho establishment of the
alry post at Leilehua and particularly
after other cantonments were added to
Schoficld Barracks, one of the problems
wns tho disposition of camp refuse, ,h
whicli was included manure and used
Ewn nlantatioa management saw
what nn advantage it would bo to their
vast sugar estate to utilize tne stoma
refuse, nnd negotiations for its uso -were
successful. On tho other hand tho sugar
plantation was throwing nway a
lot of enno tops nnd trash, and the war
department found that these could bo
ueofl. Tho cane tops nro furnished to
tho cavalry horses as fodder and tho
trash is used foT rough bedding for tho
Tho exchange has proved beneficial to
both tho sugar plantation and the military
post. Several carloads of stable refuse
are sblppod dally to Ewa nnd a few ,
carloads of tops and trash are returned.
A "COURTEOUS DIFFERENCE."
What Mnrston Campbell, superintendent
of public works, refers to ns "a
courteous difference," cropped up yesterday
between himself and E. R Stack'
able, collector of customs. According
to Superintendent Campbell, I'red O.
Kirchoff, of the department of public
works, itated that Collector Rtackable
had Informed hint ho nmit get permit'
Blow of the trcaiury department before
liijlng h nil pipe-Hue along Fort street
in front of the uttom houie. Camp'
bell railed up Mr. Blackable nnd told
him be wan going to lay that line and
that Mr. BtaeKnble could curry lbs me
to the courtt if lie believed thli tlipuli)
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