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What is good for my cough?
JL. AVer's Cherry Pectoral.
sQ. How long has it been used?
A, Seventy years.
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
A. If not.we would not make it
Q. Do you publish the formula?
A. Yes. Oc every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol in it?
4. Not a single drop.
Q. How may I learn more of this?
A. Ask your doctor. He knows.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
titftnl hi Dr. ). C. Arw II C. brIt, Mm. U. S. A.
STATEMENT OF OWNEESHIP, MANAGEMENT,
Ilnwniinn Gazette, Semi-Weekly.
Editor: It. O. Mathorson.
Business Manager: G. S. Crane.
Publishers: Tho Hawaiian Gazette
Owners Stockholders holding 1 per
ent or more of total amount of stock.
li. A. Thurston, Honolnlu.
C. S. Crane, Honolulu. (
Mrs. A. W. Pearson, Honolulu.
Edward Dckum, Honolulu.
W. Jf. Pomroy, Honolulu.
Bondholders, Mortgages and other security
CHAltLRS 8. CRANK,
Sworn nnd subscribed to beforo me
ibis twenty-second day of October, A.
11YLA B. COONLEY,
Sotnry I'ublic for tlio First Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
My commission cxpiics Juno 30, 1913.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
of every description made to
Friday, November 1, 1912.
Hilor-Sailed, Oct. 31, S. S. Virginian,
for San Frnncrsco.
Mbji Sailed, Oct. 25, 8. S. Unkai Maru
No. 2, for Honolulu,
lort San Luis Sailed, Nov. 1, S. 8.
Santa Rita, for Honolulu.
Monday, November 4, 1912.
San Francisco Arrived, Nov. !, 4 a.
x., S. S. Cliiyo Maru, lienco Oct. 29.
Seattle Arrived, Nov. 4, U. S. A. T."
Kir, henco Oct. 25.
San Francisco Arrived, Nov. 3, S.
0. Co.'s str. Maverick, lienco Oct. 25.
Yokohama Sailed, Nov. 3, S'. S.
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Kalmlui Sailed, Nov. 2, schr. Prosper,
for Fort Townsend.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Friday, November 1, 1912.
P. M.S;S. Siberia, from San Francis
so a. m.
oehri.A. 1. (Joats, Irom r.urokn,, a. m.
O. S. S. Ventura, from Sydney and
Bargo illlcnnington, from Pearl
Saturday, November 2, 1912.
Str. Likcliko, from Hnwaii, 12:15
Str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo, 0:20
Str. Iwalani, from Hawaii, 7:20 a. m.
Gas. Scbr. Ida May, from SValmanalo,
3:20 a. in.
Gas. echr. Mokolil and tow Libby-Maek,
from Oaliu ports, 5:20 p. m.
Sunday, November 3, 1912.
Str. Kinau, from Kauai ports, 5:30
Str. Mikabala, from Maui and
ports, a. m.
Monday, November 4, 191U.
II. N. S. S. Wilkelmiua, from Hilo,
1:15 a. in.
T. K. K. 8. 8. Huyo Maru, from
Jjtrian, 12 n. m.
P..M S. S. Nile, from Orient ports,
2:,W p. m.
A. -11. S. 8. Mexican, from Seattle,
T. K. K. Buyo Maru, from Orient
P. M. 8. S. Nilo, from Orient ports,
x. p. m.
S. 8. WilUolmina, from Hilo,
-M. N. S. S. Willielmina, for Hilo, p. m,
TJ. S. N. tug Navnjo, for Pearl Har
Hor, a. m. ,
fltr, Mokolii, for Oaliu ports, a, m.
Htr, Claudinc, for Hilo, via way ports,
BclO p. m.
I'. M. 8. B. Siberia, for Oriont ports,
3:10 p. m.
Str. Mauna Loa, for Konn and Kau
O. 8. 8. Ventura, for Ban FrancWro,
U, S. S. Supply, for Guam, 4 p. in.
Str. Mutma Koa, for Hilo direct, 4
fi, H. (Jutirnsuy, fur lluroka, 11:30 n. m,
fiflir. 1'wirluMi, for Bound ior,
IV-.'M . in.
3f. K. K. a 8. Huyo Mnru, for
Mini Koutli Ai'MifleiMi ports,
uWi p. nj. , j,
6tr. Numu, tor IIhythII ports, I, p. m
V V V. H. H HIIhoiii, rum hi
"rrnnrUro, N'or. t Mr. nitd Mrs. Ore
Aldou. MIm M. AlMHtiilrr, A. Illom,
Mr wml Mrp. A. llnswnrth, I. Ilmvfl. W
b lironn, Mr. mnl Mm. A. clillll. B F
I'lliiiiyrtnilli ,1r., c lut it I'ln, H M 1
mnn Mr. ntnl Mm. 0o. I" I)alM, l'nrh
ir l(ir. Dr. II. I Dudy, Pslrlrli 1'n.r,
Ui ps 1. rViiwlfk, Mr. and rs. A
l.i. it, l'nnslil FflrlK Mr. Mid Mrs. A
T I "wlpr, Mr. R I'. I "tore, Mr. M. r
imn. tr. mnl Mr. ('. I', llnnd, Miss
l'miiino llrndfurd, Mrs. M. J. Ilnwnnl,
I II ILnrt, T. II. Hum-, Ml f. 15.
Itnrlninii, II. V. llavprflpld, JIIm Mntnip
llti ip. Mr. iintl Mrs. 0. 1. Hnllnnd nnd
Furl Holhml. Mr. nnd Mr. F.
! Mrs. W. 1.. Howard, .1. A.
M .Iiilmsnn, H. II. Kent. Mrs. .IpksIb
Kirman, I.ce dice, Ix-o Tnk Sum, V. V.
Union nnd wife, C. V. I.ucns, C. N.
LMnrqiier., MIm C. A. Mftttingly, Mrs. P..
A. Mellrldp, Mr. nnd Mrs, .1. J. Mp-
Nnllv nnd infant; W. O. Motley, Miss
Howler Mulhnll, .T. Clayton Nichols,
Mrs. A. Perry, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. Pin,
,T. Porclilnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Purvis,
XIr. and Mrs. H. H. Ronton nnd Miss
I Mnrv Rcnton nnd MIbs Flijinbctb Ben-
ton, 'Mrs. K. Bilcy, Mrs. Ionloo I,.
ler, Mrs. A. K. Sim, Mrs. W. St. Clair,
C. R Stnfford. Chas. A. Stnnton, I)r.
'and Mrs. G. H. 'Stover, Wltllnm
son, .Inhn Trnynor, Mrs. AV. 8. Vonder-
berg, Mr. nnd Mrs. .lohn wntcrlioiie nnd
Master "Wntorhotise, Miss Gcrtrudo
Webster, Mrs., K. West, Mrs. Win. Williamson
nnd infant, Mrs. Mary William
Per str. Mnunn Ken, from Hilo via
wny ports, November 2. M. B. Galloway
and wife. Maj. Geo. Blakolcy,
Capt. M. F. Smith, Capt. II. .T. Brus,
R. F. Lance, Mrs. Nishimoto, Mrs. Wm.
Weight and son, C. O. Bndcnfield nnd
wife, W. C. Kcnnkc, Mrs. J. D. McGulro,
H. J. Ualil and wife, Miss May Dnhl,
W. Kruse, S. Ikeda, 8. Golding, C.
Akaua, Vf. F. Dillingham, Mrs. J. T.
Dassel, Mrs. Jns. Grubc, Misses Grube
(2), E. E. Hartman, G. Tanaba, A.
Smith, Miss D. Moycr, J. Carlo, M.
Tcrakawa, C. T. l,owis, M. F. Mntson,
W. A. BaniBay, T. E. Brady, A. Weill,
II. F. Vickers, I A. C. ParriBb, Cbas.
Day and wifo.
Per str. Mikahnla, from Maui nnd
Molokni ports, Nov. 3. M. A. Brown,
.T. A. Oilman, Judgo Antlrndo nnd sor.
vnnt, B. Murphy, II. Fernandez, Ilcv.
C. U Williams, Bev. Kong Yin Yet,
Pong Lee, Miss Ester Hulu, A. V.
wife and servant, Mrs. Sinilic
nnd child nnd 33 deck.
Per str. Kinnu, from Knuni ports,
Nov. 3. Miss M. Willielm, Miss M. A.
Gilbert. Miss Mamma, .7. O. Crane, D.
W. Houthitt, F. II. Wichman, F. N.
l'cterson, Mrs. Peterson, L. Wnh Chong,
J. S. Mnrques, W. N. Cooper, Mrs.
Mencfoglio, Mrs, Bcntmnn, Master
llcntuiuu, Dr. Derby, Irs. Rathe, Mr.
R.itlie, Mr. Huehau Mrs. Hnmauku,
.Miss Hnmauku, H. J. IJnlcor, F. J.
Mrs. Hendricks nnd 53 deck.
Per P. M. S. S. Nilo. from Orient
ports, tbrougb to Snn Francisco, Nov.
4. B. Baring, Mrs". II. G. Baugh, Miss
K. Blnnpy, t'liao Ycu, Cliee Yue Teh,
Mrs. Cliee Toy, Ching Chco Yum,
Cliing Li Foo, Chow X.ei Hsi. J. C.
Collins, W. B. Cunningham, W. B.
Davis, li. L. Day, long Ming Qwong,
Mrs. S. C. McBac and iiifnnl, II. Mur
rny, Barthlomeo Pnlombo, Captain
Pennyfiithcr, Miss M. L. Pnien, Qwong
Yik Nam, Mrs.- F. 0. Smolt, Miss R. M.
atacoy, Miss Jl. Stevens, AUss K. U.
Sjicnccr, T, Sbirdnn, B. Akaki, Mrs. B.
tVitaKi, m. aoki, JJr. T. Araso, mis.
T. Araso and maid, Miss T. Araso, Mrs.
II. Doi, Mrs. D. Endo, R. Fuji!, Dr. Wm.
II. Uutolius, .Miss Emma S. Hamilton,
A. B.- Hill, Mrs. H. Innki, Fong Yuck,
J. II. Freeman, Miss Charlotte E.
Hawes, Hu Poh Zuun, J. II. Huber, II.
W. KcrnickW. Kernick, l!ov. M. Kloin,
Mis. M. Klein, Master Marshall Klein,
Miss Katherino Klein, Master Victor
Kloln, IjI Tsue Ling, William Martin,
Miss J". Martin, Mrs. T. Shirdnn and
daughter, S. Terry, Tsang Eu, Mrs. C.
S. Virgil, .Inincs B. Wallace, A. A.
Wbyte, R. Bus-sell Wood, Wong Tai
Chong, Wang Yu, Yah Chin .Teh, Ych
Choiin Miu, Mrs, Y. Isliiwatn, M. S.
Mnllory, Mrs. M. S. Mnllory, 0. T.
Marsh, Mrs. H. Miyazono, . II, Neumann,
Mrs. K. Nomuni, S. Shibuya,
Ruv. Chas. Studcr, W. W. Tinor, S.
Tobo, K. Tomoynsu, Mrs. K. Toiuo
Per O. 8. S. Ventura, for Snn Fran-
cieo, Nov. 1. F. A. Bowon, Mrs. How-en,
Master ClaTk Bowen, M. P. Bar
clay, W. 0. Bjerko, Frank Caplcs,
Miss E. T). Craudall, J. E. Crilly, J. P.
.ruiicn, irn. i;rmifu, w. N, Concnnon,
Mrs. E. M. Day, A, F. Drake, A. P.
Dredge, A. W. lUines, Richard K. For
rest, Adam Gilliand, It. E. Ilcrold, S.
u. iiiiusnmn, t; w. jiordcliitz, Ur. .1.
U Howard, Mrs. Howard, E. T. Hughes,
D. Maule. Dr. T. McNab. Mrs. Mc
Nab, Mrs. A. M. No well, A. Pocpoe,
E. Podmore, Miss Caroline A. Potter,
Miss M. P. Potter, C. C. Von Hamm,
Mrs. Von llnmm, .T. M. Wnlkcr.
Per M. N. 8. S. Willielmina, for
Hilo, Nov. 1. .Mrs. David Forbes nnd
children, M. C. McMillan nnd wife,
Mrs. At A, Wilson, nud child, Mies Hop.
kins, C. J. Iriuli nud wife, Wm. Pullar
and wife, Miss M. H. Duncan, Mrs. A.
E. Todd, W. J. Piorco, Mr.-and Mrs. 11.
J. Lyman, Br. R. II. Sheppard and
wife, A. W. Carter and wife, T. W.
Brigham, G. P. Castlo, W. R. Smith nnd
wife, Mrs. A. M. Silver, Miss S. Murray.
Miss W. Tenuy. Liout Murray
nnd wife, W. 11. Miller, Miss M. E.
suiter, jars. u. ji Miller, .Mrs. U Watson,,
B, J. Schmidt nnd wife.
Miss K. Walker. Miss & Wnlkor. J. A.
Johnson, Lieut. Murray, Andrew
E. Knot, Mrs. Cruickslinnk, Mjbs
Cruickshnnk, Mrs. Johnson's maid,
Mrs. A. M. Silver, Miss M. E. Miller,
Mrs. C. E. Miller, W. F. Markam and
wife, Mrs. A. Gurnscy, Mrs. W. Biepen,
C, J, Irish and wife, Mrs. C. Rosen-
crnntz and children, Mts. R. T. Guard,
.tirs. f. woiters, ir. Klieppnrd and
wife, J. A, .Inliiihon nnd wife, Miss
Lindsay, 11. J. Schmidt and wife. Miss
Kndio Murray, Mrs. Maxwell M;irrny,
Mrs. King, W. J. Pierce, K. Barnes,
O, J. Kau, H. M. Digg.
I'cr str. Mauna Loa, for Kotin nnd
Kan ports, Nnvcmber 1, P. A. do la
Ntix, MIm Almu Cooke. Mrs, It. II.
linker, Mrs. do la Nux. Mrs. lloritiufr.
MIm L. Iloriiiijer, Mrs, I,oulo Knumon,
M. Owikl, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Rmitoit,
Mts M. Iluiilnu, Ml 1!. Idmton, Mm.
l'hiiUiiim(i, f. C. Cumpbull, Hev. II.
H. llktr, Mr, mid Mrs. Fuller, (!. Znno,
H, mil, llOT. J. J'. Own, J. V. Jlargle,
H L. Tfrstir, V. 15. ltielmr.Iwn, W. K.
Kekuiimiio, Duvlor lttMM, I. Mill, Ml.
1. Hint ttio iiifauti, T. IC.
Tiur.uulu, T. Initio
r.r ttr ('Uu.ln.f, for llil.i mid wuv
Jt. Ltdljer,.A. U. tlronn, F. Utewen.
Mr mnl Mr. . A. Aoip.Min r 1 ebIM
Mii Kolinl, Mntttp Mullc, F. Hniintnn.
II. Klfiillr, Cliis. HfhopttP, .1. Itlfkly.
I'. A. Miller, 0, Mrlnriu . llnnoori
11 Ilowmsn, Mr. MfKengne, It. Mr
Kmgna, Mr, riiniie llmv Fo nnd In
fnnt, llnrcl Chxug, Glndv ( Itnne, Mis
Per ftr. Mnnnn Kob. for Hilo vln
way ports, November 8. J. 12. llualio,
UtM). Snmuolfi, P. J.I Liniloimin, lUt.
David Kakulln nnd llnfnl, MIm K.i
Itnlln, Profcsson .Inggnr, Wins. S. Cur
ran, Wm. I.onr.ix, C. llomkc, II. lHsbop,
U. V. Hoilliron, E. K. McClurc, 11.:.
HolTnmn, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Fnwlcr.
I'cr str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports,.
K. C. Happer, Y. Oba.
Per str. Mauna Lot, for Konn nnd
Kan ports, Nov, 2. Mrs. .1. A. Mngoon.
Miss E. Mngoon.
McCandless Is Confident of His
Election as a Rebuke
"Link" McCandless wore tfiat smile
of his yestordny, only just n Uttlo bit
acccntunted, reminding his' friends of
that of his brother, "Sunny, Jim"
But "Link" McCandlcra
felt as though ho had a special right to
wear it on account of tho nows of how
things wcro going in bis race aa candidate
for Delegate to Congress. From
many sources camo information which
tends to show that thero will be a large-sized
surprise in store for those who
assort that Kuhto will carry all boforc
"I nin very much encouraged by the
reports which I liuvo received from all
over tho Territory," said Mr. McCand
less, yestorday. "I oeliovo thnt tho
trickery of Kuliio during tho past
eighteen months here nnd in Washington,
whoro ho wns practically responsible
for tho passage in tho houso of the
Undorwood Jjroo Sugnr Bill, will bo rebuked
nt tho polls by thoso who realize
tho circumstances. As for tho political
trick which was perpetrated n few days
ago of sending wireless messages to
other islands that I had withdrawn as
a enndidnto for Delegate to Congress, T
feel sure that there will bo many who
will resent such tactics in tho most emphatic
manner at tho polls today.
"Messages havo now been sent by
some big pcoplo here, I am informed, to
somo of tlio larger plantations throng!
out tho Territory, requesting support
for me, and I feel certain that tho
will be shown this ovening when
tho returns begin to comb in. It will
mean something of a surprise to thoso
who havo been told that Kuliio would
mnko a clean sweep of tho outsido districts,
and had believed that blufC I am
WILL OPEN CAMPAIGN
AWARD i!i MADE
A. E. Hrnno, Mln A. llruno, Mrs. P
l'pnropk nml Infant, .1 ljmlirf( '
K. .1. Jpi.11,1,0, Ponn, M. Cnn , Jury Fntjs VaUfJ 0J t0 Qfffcc
tin nnii wife.
coiiiiuuiii noi oniy oi making an
lent bat of winning tho elcc . ,ltl selected by tho commissioners to
tion, for this is a Democratic year, and succeed Bishop. Tho meeting of tho
I am a Democrat." commission was attended by Commis-.
Dwelling more narticulnrly'upon tho ! TTnrnnr r.nrtnr n,, T.nwia nn,1
record of Kuliio in tho , , ., , ., ,
' a nlxmher of mattcrs wore dec,aci1 "-1?"-asserts
sugar tariff revision, Mr. McCandless
that tho present Ucpublicaii j Ono of tho first was a protest which
Delegnto to Congress has not only done had been signed by eighteen Napoopoo
absolutely nothing to check tho tend- ,,,, against the construction of a
building at, Napoopoo, district
of free sugar along by supplying mate- j bi SovUi Kona, upon the ground that
rial lor attaeKs upon tlio sugar pinntcrs
of this Toiritory. I
"In regard to this important principle
of protection for Hawaii's stnplo
I want nt this tinin to
there was an understanding among the
members of tho sennto, that tho school-house
to bo built as to bo of concrete
instead of wood.
Carter moved that Commissioner
pledgo niysolf to tho strongest kind of a Hind bo appointed a committeo of ono
fight in congress ngainst nny freo sugar to look into this kick and report at the
legislation, or reduction 'in tho sugar next mooting. Ho added that it
and to plnco myself on record as ,peared to him on the faco of things thnt
standing for tlio protection of kick was unreasonable, as it would
can industries, lining up shoulder to j be impossible to build a concrete build-shoulder
with those Domocrnts who out of tho money included in tho
liovo thnt protection to these industries appropriation.
is responsible for tho prosperity of tho j Lewis said thnt if it was tho
as a whole. tion to build tho school at all it shou'd
"And in this regard let me say a ; bo built now. Ho had been in Napoopoo
word in conclusion, namely, that tho for four months and was in a positioi.
record of Kuhio docs not show thnt ho to stato that most of tho peoplo tuoro
has attended to his duties in congress, idid not want tho matter postponed. On
thnt ho has been indifferent to sugar. this, showing Carter withdrew his ma-tariff
legislation nnd thnt in his at- tion.
tacks upon Governor Frcar nnd tlio Horner ndded thnt ho had had a task
sugnr pinntcrs of this Torritory ho has with tho Governor, who had said tho
done llnwuii and her greatest industry ! commission Jiad better go ahead and let
Supply Company Site to
After considering the testimony in
tho third Mnhukn slto enso for fivo
hours yesterday, tho jury fixed tho sum
which the government should pay for
the site and Improvements occupied by
the Odlcc Supply Co., at $49,872. Tlio
jury retired nt tho conclusion of tho
arguments at nine o'clock yesterday
morning nnd brought in tho verdict
shortly after two o'clock, when
Judge Dole was summoned from his
homo to receive it.
Tho nwnrd is said to bo something
like $10,(100 less than Attorney Olson,
for tho owners, expected. District Attorney
Breckons for tho government,
had expected it to bo $."0,O00, and was
not far off in his cstiir5nte.
Of tho total nmount, $250 is awarded
the Office Supply Co. for its leasehold
interest, nnd the balance goes to the
heirs of tho Austin Estntc.
Attorney Olson for tho owners took
exceptions to the verdict and gavo
of motion for a new trial. Deputy
United States Attornej Bittings, whn
wns 'present when tho verdict was real,
alio took exceptions to the finding",
merely, as he stated, to kPO,i tho record
clear. After court had ndjourncd, ho
said thnt ho considered the tprdicts to
be fair to both the government and tho
Tho highest valuo on thfc property as
placed by witnesses, was the estimato
of Expert Bcidford for tho owners, of
$74,403. Tho lowest was $27,775 by
Deputy Tnx Assessor Necloy for tho
For the next two weeks crimmnl enses
will keep tho United Stntcs court buty
nnd it is not believed thnt tho last
site case, thnt of the E. O. Hall
site and building, will be reached before
somo time in December. """
ADAMS TAKES PLAGE
Is Now Chief Engineer of Belt
Road Commission Busy
(Mail Special to Tho Advertiser)
HILO, November 3. M. J. Adams,
who for a long tinio past has been Chief
Engineer Bishop's right-hand man on
the road commissiou was yestor
tho contract. This action was accord'
ing'y taken, nnd tho contract was let to
Kanuha, tho lowest bidder.
Tho contract for tho construction of
the section of road between tho Hud
JLnno junction and tho Ahualoa gate
wns let to tlio Arioit brothers, who ware
tho, lowest bidders.
Carter brought up tho fact that n
chiot engineer must bo nppointed to
take tho placo of Bishop. Ho moved
Although tho King's Daughters that Adams bo nppointed nt a salary of
opened their campaign for 5300 a month, nnd this carried,
tions to the 475.000 buildinrr fund on! Mr. Young, of Lord & Youflg Conji
November 1 with announcements pany, brought up a question in regard
of tlio manner in which the campaign is to tlio loiinaation lor tlio now union
to bo conducted durinrr tho present-' school. He was satisfied, he said, to
month up to Thanksgiving Dny, tho real . tako Bishop's, say as finnl, and
work will not licMn until nftn'r nlopilnnl decided to send for Architect
Tho officers of tho Kine's Daughters Honolulu, who designed tho school
have outlined their plans nnd worked plans, in order that ho might bo, .con-
out details nnd liuvo nrcnared lists of suited.
twenty names of Island peoplo to bo j Horner statod, after tho mooting, thnt
assigned to cuch of tho sixty members, tho Governor had now mado suflleienfr
Tho sixty members will commence their money nvailablo to carry out all tho
cnnvnss of those on their lists right wotk projected botween Hilo and Walter
election nnd continuo actively until men, nnd, In nddition thoretor;ho..Inu
towards the end of tho month.
Tho King's Daughter have about
20.000 toward tho $73,000, and havo nl
rcnciy commenced work on tho new
homo in Kuliuuki. The ground has been
broken bv tho contractors nnd tho
(Unions will Ijo started in the near future.
Tho plans for the home r
adopted somo time ago. They are for
a building hIu.'Ii liiw been arrangod
Utli cnrpful attention In iletniln n to
iirruiigeinoiit of ronmn, ciitrniiro hu.1
TIih Imutih urt nUo iirrimgtil cu
that tlio room Ininnt! will bsve plenty
of auditor opiKirtuniUiM Hdjiieiit to
Tin" Cini' l mvh'prK' Miuiiniiit li
uw Wiuiar ri'r iuif 11 wm lu'gull
iniii.li. ut im njfo, and nil reuirftttj
for ll tu iiiom.Ij, k boBui fur
folk wli lr m. v uti a.Ur,ity )ma
Ni.viil..r I Miu llrnUwgj, Umu tuUUutU.ii .n.wnr.l
Inva flow section. Tho next, nnd final,
lump of bolt road money for this island
would becomo nvailablo next Scptem
nor, wnen tnoro wouiu do about (HO,
000 to 85,000 coming. It was likely
tlmt tins would uo spent on tho
road, tho only other section for
which n survey had been made.
You never henrd of anyone who used
Chamberlain' t'nugh Itoinody i,ivlng
ilieilin(iiilii mnl iiiIIIIods ut bottle of
thnt roiiiwly iiro sold wery yor.
S'nmimiiiilu Is undoubtuiliy a gnn
tMHt. mid thii rmily eltmu out the
titlturu bd lht furiu (n ' 1 1. roil
mxAt brimrlilal liiltM rn! ilvrl" thr
ugfin of t bat lUKM 1'iir .!() X.
nHju, Smith i (o, Ltd., MgriiU fur
lMlll A.l. I.
EVE OF ELECTION
Stocks Open Dull and Prices Are
OAHTJ AND PINES FIEM.
Tho day boforo election in Honolulu
is like the dny before Christmas so far
ns trading in stocks is concerned. Thero
we're tome advances und a fow sales. On
tho hoard Oaliu advanced to 20.25 and
then dropped to 20.00, but was strong
at that figure. Thero was such a brisk
demand for Hawaiian Pineapple that
tho stock went to 44.30 and is very firm.
i Here wns a rumor tuat a melon is
blossoming and will bo good picking in
tho near future. If that is true, there
is a reason for so much of tho stock
changing hands recently, lut it does
not explain why much lms come down
from the mainland.
WOMAN'S .BOARD OF MISSIONS
The Woman's Uonrd of Missions will
meet in tho chnpol of Central Union
Church this nftcrnoon nt tfto o'clock instead
of half-past two. Tho chauge of
hour is made to connect moro closely
with tho morning session of the
Woman's Socioty, which opens at
eleven, tho intervening timo being
given to tlio "exchange basket luncheon"
of tho two organizations..
- Tho literary topic of tho afternoon,
iu charge of Hrs. J. P. Erdman, will bo
"Tho Leaders of theWorld's Great
A report of Chinoso work will be presented.
Eov. Mr.1 Okumura, recently returned
from the Holy Land, will spoak briefly
of his travels.
Tho president will tell of tho
of efforts made to securo a mission
study organizer, and of tho -plans
for progress in study while awaiting
A roost eordinl invitation to attend
is extended to all ladies intorestcd,
;jrieuds nnd strangers.
Tho committee of the bar association,
nnin'cd at tho request nf Carl Carlsmith
of nilo to investigate charges of unprofessional
conduct nrninst him, filed'
by Jos. S, Ferry of 1'uua, is digging into
the papers submitted by Mr. Ferry.
Ferry's charges nro very much involved.
Hiut not ns much so an the language of
his complaint. In his formal charges,
.terry cans attention to tlio tact that
they nro not "spontaneous." Ho also
says: "Tlior.e nro other causes but T
nm not ready with It, whero Mr. Carl
smith, and Carl S. Smith, tho same per
fon, has douo nbout the same thing."
The Duke of Wellington, according to
published memoirs, wout mon
than otiro to nn exhibition iu London
tn sco representation ot Napoleon on
Ms ileiithlicd. If this is true, it show
tu milooked fur clit;r. of sentiment In
the Iron Duke. If tho caxos Imd been
ri.vrrsi d, ml XaiHiIfon hml von nt Ws
tfrW mu! hd outlived 'illliiulnii, one
Miuld Imrdly lnuigliie the Kuiparor pay-
a li Vo Irlbiitf "f vnir(itinii to
general Tim Oallouh
I'olitl'! iHMlncM mil .( (liirtf llru
tun le t tin. city from Itti Iiatne to J.w.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
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(Ur Fcdrl Wircleu Tt!frrph.)
NEW YORK, Novomber 4. -(Special
to The Advortiscr) Stocks wcro exceedingly
dull mid decidedly weak in
'tho early part ot todny's session. Tho
Ilnlkan Mountain States complications
caused further unoaelncss abroad, and
tho eve of tho presidential election hero
was largely icsponsiblo for apathy
shown. Canadian Pacific was weakest
of the standard railway shares, with
moderate firmness in Chicago, Milwaukee
i St. l'aul, and the Hill issues woro
up a point. Among tio specialties a
short slump of Cvo points occurring iu
Amciican Beet Sugar, three in American
Sugar lioliuiug and two in Amort-can
Can were conspicuous features.
Money ojicncd nt soven per cont.
Bonds were easy. St. Paul advanced
two points, and tlio rest of tho list also
strengthened in tho noon hour. Trading,
howovcr, continued nominal. Further
improvement was noted in tho later
trading. The Hill stocks ndded to their
early gains, -with modcrato activity in
Union Pacific and United States Steel
at better prices.
(By Frdtrnl Wireless Teleeraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, November 4.
(Special to The Advertiser) Closing
Hawaiian Commercial .. 37 V
Hawaiian Sugar 40
jKilauca v. 12
Union not quoted.
Associated Oil 454
Amalgamated Oil not quoted.
RAW ,SUGAR FIRM.
(By Federal Wireless Telesraph.)
NEW YORK, Novomber 4. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Raw sugar quiet;
Muscovado, 89 deg. test, 3.55c; centrifugal,
90 deg. test, 4.05c; molasses, 89
deg. test, 3.30c. Refined sugar quiet.
Kahuku .......... ..
Kckaha Sujar Co ... .
AJcUrjdc Sue. Co. Lid.
Oahu Sugar Co
Olaa Sutrar Co. Ltd . .
ant. rian. Co.
WaiaJua Apt. r
Wailuku Air. Co
walmca Sugar Mill....
Inter-Island S. N. Co..
Haw. Electric Co
II. R. TV SI, Co. Pid..
II. R. T. SI.. Cn rVm
Muluol Tel. Co
O. R. SUCo
Hilo R. R. Co. Pfd
HiloR. R.Co. Com....
Haw, Irr. Co. Lid
Haw. Pincaonl? Cn
Tanlone Olok Rub. Co
Haw. Ttr. 4 p c (Rre
Haw. Tcr. 4nc (Refunding
Haw. Ter. 4' p c
Haw. Ttr. 4Vp c
Haw. Ter.3Vf p c
CaL Beet Sus.S Refining
Hon Qas Co.. Ltd 5u..
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co.
Hilo R. R. 6s (Issue ol
Hild R. R. Co. Rcf. S
Pvln fnn C
Honokaa Sug Co. 6 p c
Kauai RyCo. 6s ,..
Natomas Con. 6
Mcbrydc Sugar Co., 5s
Mutual Tel. 6s
rOahu Sugar Co. 5 p c .
Olaa Sugar Co. 6pc...
Pacific Sugar Mill Co.
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 pc.
Waialua Acr. Co. 5 pc.
Hawaiian frr Co 6s
Hamakiia Ditch Co 6s . .
' . i r, 1
, .... hm
1 1. 500 000
15 Onhu Sug. Co.. 26.00; 40 Pioneer,
30.50-30 Waialua, 110.00.
.10 II. C. & S. Co., 40; 20 McBrydo,
5.50; 30 Pioneer, 30.50; 15 Waialua,
110.00; 10 Ewa, 28.50; 10 Haw. Pino
Co., '45.50; 60 Oahu Sug. Co., 20.25.
88 Deg. Analysis Beets, 9s 3d; parity,
3.93; 90 Deg. Centrifugals, 4.05.
No session today, Nov. 5. 1912.
A WORLD'S TOUR
Who will lead a company of Hawaiian
singers around tao world.
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Ernest Kaai, genial leader of what is
considered tho best Hawaiian concert
organization in tho Jii8tory of tho Islands,
leaves in tho Willielmina tomorrow
to complete negotiations for a
world t6ur with his company. If tho
arrangements are satisfactory, Mr.
Kaai will return to Honolulu In a fow
Tho route, "whon complete, -will take
the singers through Canada, wltero they
will appear in all of tho largo cities,
dodging across tho line on occasions to
nlnv the big places in tho United States.
When tho oast coast is 'rcacbod, thoy
will play tho circuit, north and south,
before departing for Eurono. Tho preliminary
routo will carry thorn to London,
Paris, Berlin, Vionna, Romo and
Venice, then through South Africa, Aus
tralia, the Oriont and tho Philippines.
There may be side trips through Groat
Britain before the company goes into
mainland Europe, for tnoro nro many
citiorbf goodly proportions In tho provinces
which mnj' bo visited to advantage.
Tho tour will occupy moro than
Tho negotiations so far havo been
with n London syndicate, and Mr. Kant
is fairly well satisfied as far ns thoy
Imvo gouo, but thoro nro some details
to bo threshed out. During the last visit
to tlio const, which win more of n
jnuiit limn for bimincn, n'tur lo
hud cloicd with tho Rhtiiiori In Lni An-gal?i,
Mr. Klin I wnn tlio rcHplunt of n
great deul of oiicourngompiit, und It was
ut that time thnt thi world tour was
MlgUMtod by I'blrngo uiu.iriiiti,,, 'I',0
entire mtulrnl orgmiirHtmn will
he taken av for tliu tour, which
it U exiKlil will buijiu tarty next
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