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V HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917. SEM1-WEEKLY.
MAY BE STARTED BY
. !v, I .,; 7TTT k r ' .' ,
Vf ri Supervisors ,Ukety Jo Be Asked
t .1 I to fake Initiative and Turn ?
Vy typcks Ahead An Hour '
: ISLAND CONDITIONS ARE . .
-V - ADAPTED TO PROPOSAL
. Work and Plan Is Deemed o
v Distinct Advantage -j.
K -.ili'. r
( Asr oclated Pre By IT. 8. Naval Cora
. munleaUttn Service) -
XV A B H IN ( I.TO N, .' July 1,7 American
soldier it the trnining camp juit back
of the. front In France, are having thin
advantage of trnining under a French
irencrnl of wide ruiri.n,A-ifi the war. .mApti t .
i".t.- mu .inericnn g-nerni nna me ih-i Iork.-.lat Week
SUGAR REACHES :
: 1 HIGH MARK AGAIfl
Touches Six Fifty-two' In New
York, Hawaiian Basis For, V
. Second Time This Year ...
Mil CAUSES '
: Sugar soared to d.02 cent for the
second time this year, whflo the pejice
for. raws in New. York, Hawaiian bails,
reached that figure yesterday, 1.
me active Market and heavy buy-
advices .' from New
ppnrently Is eon tin
;, Territorial Govemrrent Would
.. Probably Follow
The movement to sot the clock ahead
' and. save daylight ij rapidly -gaining
groaad ta Honolulu as a war-time mens-
. , . , W, and according to statements that
wer made yesterday the bonrd of so
( , pervlsor will probably "j be asked to
w iiiitiKtiTV vj nuvincing ins
liMk .M t. n I-: .... I .1 ...... 4
: ;.'"' ... Menta. v.- ; .- -'.
-'k. ...1,4. U. 1- Ji;
. - siosi for some time by the chamber of
eonimeree, which referred It to a com
. Diittee. The eommittee is expected to
make it rert shortly, and It Is au
" thoritatively stated that the reirart will
be strongly in favor; of the daylight
v . ' saving eelieme. ' i v ' J, , ., j.
' Workg Wen lber Tried ?
- la many parts of the country the
' ' ' tlua of setting the cjock ahead an hour
tion tbone communities that' have
: ad. pted it "are rnthuidastie ' 'over' the
- ehssge and declare that under no cir
cumstances would. they think of going
, .-v; back to the old system, .. . -r "
Hawaii is especinlly well adapted to
in (tayr.ght-snving plan, say those who
' , arre'edvoeating it, end especinlly; is that
. K so at this time of the' year, when duyr
, ! '.. light MM4 so early. ;
4 Very material mi ving, which would
. go toward aiding the nation in its fight
.. with Oermsnr, would be made by set
'.' t tins; the elock ahead an hour. For in-
stance, the' items, of expense for. gus
. aad . electi-icity would bo reduced, for,
- , ' . ofi eourse, if people Were to get op and
' go to work an hour earlier than they do
' - , now. which would still bo within uny
' ' light hours, they would quit work and
' ,' o-bed correspondingly earlier..', v-
. More Time For Gardening ' . ,
,' 'war emergency gardens, the great ma-
' ''"''! ". jority of-which ae being plnnted and
' i ; tilled; by the householders themselves
and not by Oriental yard boys. If the
,. householders get. through their regular
v : i: workr In the oity as hour enriier thM
' ' " ' , ineT they would get homo that
' much earlier and have aa extra hnnr
of , daylights-la which to poll weeds,
plant seeda and do the thousand and
. . . one omer unif ininga ia now mey
, hardly And time , enough to do ,
. - The: daylight saving scheme was at
M . a - l . ' J .. l . i t r
bqIuIu bit Id many, other parts of the
' country. , But gradually the wisdom of
it has made itself apparent and it has
gained rapidly in favof.
The adoption of the system by the
; municipal government would be of in
1 calculable benefit to the city employes,
1 particularly .the., road , laborers and
others who earn their poi and flnh by
, the m weat. of their brows. . Such,' at
least, is the earnest contention of those
who are advocating that the elofks of
the f ity "be set ahead nn hour.
Plantations Set. Own Time .
. . Oue objection that has been raised to
the plan is that it would not work on
the plantations,-where the men go tn
work at four o'clock in the morning.
The proposed scheme would send them
to work at the unearthly hour of three
e-v thoee who think the plan not fensi
ble. But it should be rememberxd thnt
the plantations even now sot their own
time and thst their clocks do not cor
respond in time to those of the city,
i ; Bo the proposed change would not in
any way affect them,' while it would
benefit the city dwellers. '
' The idea, it must be admitted, seems
little strange at first blush, but the
more closely it is examined,' the more
. fes'stbie does It appear. ft v
If the municipal gnvernmenedopts
the daylight saving nlnn. the territo-
Inl rovernment would nndauhteillv fniA
low suit, as, ef necessity, 'would all
y. ,''. bosinese1 establishments. 1
SAYS DEPUTY CRISTY
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Mayor Fern's veto of the city attor
ney's payroll because it contnina out
item of whiuh lie did not approve that
of messenger, $100 a month has druwn
a lotter from A- M. Cristy, Cret dpputy
City attorney,. a-l.lreMoU to the supor
vUors. Inv-it he backs tip the request
of his office and ction of the board iu
allotting It. V" -s ?j
Mr. Cristy argues thnt the mayor's
objections are posited on the face value
of the word,' not the real duties of the
position. Iq point of fuct, be save, the
'-messenger" required is not au errand
boy, but one who is expectod to do in
terpreting for the oOice in its investiga
tion of rases and who U familiur with
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RED CROSS SUBSCRIPTION
FAR EXCEEDS ESTIMATES
(Associated Fresa By XT. 8 NI Com-
WASHINGTON, "July 17-.Fiii8l flg
utes on the success of Hi-d Cross
wek are at length tabulated and were
Pervising of the Work. This ha-i bcen7uin( tlul according to tolegraphie derf-
,i,u,,BO acivnniSKO sinew iu natches rec.eive.1 v.,. ,..!.. i. . .
the trnininrr ava, - AilvAninmi Arm-n
from the expertence of France., anal
that experiened, has at times been eost
ly, is given to the American allies, 'it
is conceded that in this way the train
ing enn be the more sp'edily eointiloiod
and will (be the more effective. ,
, Advancing to the training dimp, the
troops wfre billcteil along the road. The
men have become used to. hearty wel
comes , end . enthusiastic receptions,
which have been theirs ever since they
landed In France, but such, demonstra
tions are continued wherever they go,
even since their departure from Pnrii
for the front, and small and large towns
alike Jon id if, i . , , , ; 1 v
, . i . m- -i . ' i -
Huri Pirates Paid By Warships
Convpying Uncle Sam's Troops,
(Associated Press By XT. S. Haval Oonv
munication Berrlce) '( ' i
BEDNE, Hwitzerlan.1, Jiily IB A des
patch re-eivef -here from German
sources brings the Hews that American
warHhips convoying the transports car
rying United Htatcs troops to Kurope
have sunk four of the largest and most
modern of the U-boats, ' ' l 1;
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brisk demnnd for raws among buyers
for the reflnerieV
Tbe high mark of 0.52 cents reached
yesterday was touched on June S!9
when the quotation lesped td that fig
ure from 5.77 cents in seven days after
destruction of forty thousand tons of
raws by .snlmmriues. Hince that time,
during the fifrt two weeks of this
month, the price has hold steadily
alwve fl.20 cents, rising, to. the present
figure during the last sis days. The
quotation this date last year waa 6.4ft
cents... . .; . .. . ,
, According to a enble ' received by
Alexander k Baldwin yesterday, the
New York sugar market elosed strong
on Bnturday. The message follows:' .
"Market closed strong;, refiners are
buyers of Cubns at 0.32 cents, and
Porto Ricoe at 0..10 cents.. ... i
"During the pnxt few days all re
flnera bought and a fairly large quan
tity was purchased. Cubns for August
wcr obtainable at 0.52 centa."r ' -.
B1SBEE STILL IS ON
IS SETTLED AT LAST
Roads To Mines Being Watched
By jivilians and Bodies of Troops
(Associated Press By TJ, 8 Naval Oonv
, . mnnlcatlon Service) ,
WASIUXCTON, July 17 Though the
government r investigations - throughout
the eonutry have failed to reveal anv
truth in the charges that Germany is
..it, Bcuvmes ox xne l. w. TV .
agitators,- these men are no more j
alar with the decent element of
Sugars Weaken and Skyward
' - 1. Flioht of. Mine Shared ;
: J ; ; is-Halted
Caution ruled the trading on the lo
cal stock exchange yesterday and
quiet market With restricted sales and
weakening prices resulted. ' 1
Kven sngars showed the effect of the
mesger demnnd and, despite a further
rise in the price for raws in New Yorlc,
declined generally throughout the list.
Hawaiian, basis quotation advanced to
0.S2. cents in New York yesterday,
figure tMafhed only once before this
yf. ; .
In aharp contrast to the activity and
strength displayed all last week waa
the tone of mining securities yesterday.
Unlisted stocks were quiet fbr the irst
time in ten days and prices weakened.
Total shares sold up to noon were
22.000. about half the average dally
sale lst wefk; , .
Montana Bingham held at 63 eertts
nt the session but continued to slump
dOring the afternoon, closing the day
at B0 cents. There was little demand.
Maderit sold at 39 at the session and at
39 and 3S cents in the after noon j -:
Mineral Products held at Z9 cents.
Kngels Copper was strong at 7.85.
MonnUia King declined a cent, to 80,
and recovered again to 31 cents. ' Ho
nolulu OH was firm at 4.15. ; ' -.
'In Ban Francisco, Kngels Copper sold
for 17.00 and. Honolulu Oil for 4.10v
, Advices to local stockholders yester
day .were that Montana Bingham bad
shipped ore valued at 7000 since June
21, and that seven or eight carloads pf
ore were now being loaded from tjie
bins.. Additional equipment is, being
installed, said the message, and' nearly
the entire fotce is at work on construc
tion and driving drifts. . ." :- .
All sales of socsr securities at the
exchange session yesterday were at a
uer.iine in price.
FRENCH COLONIES '
TO GIVE AID TO
Possessions To Provide Large
'V Share of Foods and Raw, , :
.-yiyL Materials .'' ' ,
COLONIAL TRADE HAS BEEN
.NEGLECTED. SAYS DEPUTY
Undeveloped Resource's of Lands
v In Africa and Asia To 8$
. Made Productive
PABIfl, July flFrench eolonles and
protectorates are going , to furnish
France a big part of the food and raw
materials ' she baa beed getting from
foreign countries, in the opinion of
Albert Lebrun, deputy from the de
partment of Menrthe and Moselle and
former minister of colonies. 'France
will also, he think, furnish a larger
part of the things her colonies bay. '
"France ' pays foreign countries
about 300,000,000 franco year for oil
producing products," he oaid U ,re
presentstive of The Associated Tress,
" while she bas in (Senegal, on the
IroryCoast, in Dahomey, Gabon and
Indo-Cbint. immense resources in these
products that are undeveloped. Palm
trjes and, eoeoanut trees grow there
naturally, while the soli is well adapt
ed, tt the production of peanuts which
prod nee a comestible oil . greatly ap
preciated, not only In. France, but in
Germaayv The Germans toot 70,000
tons of , peanuts from our colony in
Senegal . during the first half of 1914.
The bean that produces castor oil, so
essential to our aviation, also thrives
in our colonies, i ' , i , ,
Congo Could Furnish Ooffe . ' .
faff 110,000. tons of coffee consumed
Pioneer declined a half to hit. I
Oahn a quarter to 30 i Kwa an lirhth
in 11 . ...1 W.l.tl... . S.-. .
Ew sola kMviiir K.ft tk n Franee each year onlr about 3000
33 and led the trading of the day. 445 I ome f'?" ?r 0,o,li'". 7e ot
shares changing hands.' . Congo furnishes plant to renew the
lfonds .were active. Fifty thousand ' Ptntiona of; the.Duteh Indies..; The
dollars of Olaa s changed hands at 9R ,m it',mioI, PwniUi In different d.
a decline of a dolUr, but a later sale of ' W, wit "g weoa, rubber and
10,000, bfi these bonds was at OHU.
Hawaii , Consolidated Railway 5e, sold
at $7, vthqut change in price.. -.
loiai siigs security sales was 60s,
patches from Blst.ee : last niirht in.li
cnted that every possible precaution is
ntKBu io prevent; me -i. w. . w,
(Asnociated Presa By XT. 8 Naval Com-
; . mnnlcatlon Service) ' ;' a
WASlIINGTON. July JO-r-After years
of litigntinn.'dUring. which, many of tt j trouble-makers from returning to that
men involved have died, ' the famous : town. ' . : . . y
"Ilnnbury : hnttere caae.'f which was I More thon. font thjun.nd citizens
loSt f Hi Onions, his been settlocl.'." it torued out to attend the funeral of Or-
Arizona, than they, were whert drWea 1 of which 0, shares changed hands at
Out of that city eome'd,ays ago.' l)s- j .the session. ' . ,
is nniierstoad thnt the union bald two-
thirds of the 252,0t0 judgement ren
dere.1 against the lunbury Unionists, t.
son' MeKae, deputy, sheriff -and miner,
who waa shot down during the I. W. W.
riots last week. . Other civilians are re
ported to be .aiding the troops who are
guarding tho reads o the mines against
the return of any of the agitators. , i-
From. Columbus, New- Mexico," came
the word last night- that ther leaders'
the gangs driven out of J. Bisbee last
'nifrtift aril' iiu.iaiiiiT fli' vwaaiKilit a
r - n ... - v.
suing for. heavy damages : the persons
rniipoiisilile fur driving them 'out of the
city. They are reported to be awaiting
the fiction of the government in their
(Associated Press By XJ. 8. Naval Com- case before making any move. j ,i (
WASHINGTON, Jury Ift-The war
department plans to spend f4,000,lMHI ill
buildiug a plaut for the production of
nitrate from the atmosphere. ' The site
has not yet been selected.
s n i in, i ,.i i,
FOR BIG NITRATE PLANT,
WILL SEEK SECRETS
TWO STEAMERS ARE
. - ' i
N THH TFilTdH
In Han Francisco.' Hawaiian Cnmmxr.
einl dropped a half to 47, and Hutch
inson an eighth to 25. Other stocks
Were unchanged. ' , " x.
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cereais, .... , -. .,. .... . ., .- : t lx
4'Ot 42,000,000 franca worth of to
bacco imported by' France annually,
.Algeria furnished. 1,400,000. . The Test
comes from foreign markets,, but w
.hava splendid tobaceo land in- West
Africa alongside that on .which' the
-Germans had already developed planta
tions, in the Kamerun that gave good
rops of excellent quality. ! i .
Paper Shonaga la Franc , . !
"Franee la short of paper; she' has
always . been rdependent upon Sweden
for pulp, yet the high plateaus of Al
geria abound with, fiber producing al
ia and. the hillside of Benin and Coo-
. hin, China are -rich with bamboo and
papyrus' that, ought long ago to have
, besn utilised by.-i Cnr paper-makers.
ruip mills there, eonld not enlv fur
nish what ' we ' require,' but could - ex
port large quantities ta foreign coun
tries, thus helping 40r exchange. 7
"Franc import 305,300 tons of cot
ton per year, four-fifths from the Unit
ed States and tha - rest, excepting a
few hundred tona. from Etrvpt and
India. In the same latitude we" have
immense space In Our colonies where
(Associated Press By TJ, 8, Nava lCom
NEW YOltK, July -lp-The Udaud
stoainef Sylvanian and the White Htnr
liner Kioto have, been sunk by sub
marines, i ,. . . . .
(Associated' Prea 3y TJ. 8. Kara! Com
; munlcation Service)
PARIS, July 17 To supplement the
other channels through which informa
tion of, the movement, of, the enemy
may be obtained,' ttie iutellisence bu
reau of the American forces iu Ilia field
Quarantining of Animals At Sta
': tiqa Willi, NbfH?'P. Owner of ;
' , Anthrax Dairy, Herd,-
No relief is offered, to T. Fj Farm by
the board of agriculture and forestry in
the nimitinn u;liUh fl.i. cotton irrowa nnnidod in ita wiU
, , wu.aw miiiigu , ' o . - r . . --- -t-. ,
jJaee.l as a result of the . outbreak of " neds only litGe help to develop into
anthrax in his dairy at lloiliili. Fol-1 ftn Important production. "
lowing a meetinu between C. 8. Judd. l "The': jute; and .flax; of Tonkin and
executive onieer of the. board; Arthur WestrAriea are used, in primitive
'H.'Rice, its chairman,' and Dr. Victor ! way by thenatives to make nets, cor-
a. XNorvaant, territorial' veterinarian, ' oage' and hats. ,Hystemsti4 intprove
Mr1. Judd suid that if Farm refused to men n the ' cultivation of those rer
take his herd ufter they ha'd' been quar-1 giona would' bring aa important re
antiued for a week and pronounced free ' souree to Franee.
and rlctiu of anthrai, th stock would . Colonies Oould Aid Greatly
,nnve to ne soki as stray. ;( llow the
money received on such sale, if buVers
could be found for animals that' Farm
has found it impossible to' ell' or even
give away, would U distributed, wheth
I nr if nroitl.l nn ia Va.n. M 4-Uu. - A-
1ms just completed the organisation of " . oV ailnJui:. Z T,. " "Y
a (ierniuu tratmlatio bureau her,eN This
l.ureau will, translate, the new dos
putnea pppeariig In such Gorinon pn-
Wliile it is said that the animals are
to be thoroughly .washed, and horns and
I hoofs Bcrupeil before tbey ar put at the
pers as may be obta.ned, fuming . the qUarotiuc station, there ia eousideralde
translation over" to, the m.l.tary chiefs oppositi.m voiced , by ; th pubUe more
for such iiiformatioa as nia be gleaned directly interested in the animal quar-
-' (Concluded, From Page 1)
Ihe Goiitza front, as a result of which
a portion of the Austrian aJvance line
was blown ui and the defender wiped
out. ' , .
The AuHtrinn share of the offensive
yestenlHy consisted of a 'bombardment
' f the Italian lino nt Boglia and Bo-
Brltlsb Raid Successful . .' '
'The British forces eoudiicted a suc
cessful raid ej of Vermellps and the
tine was advanced sliuhtly north of i
Mesriines. - In thu eourse of this raid
three Gorman aeronlunes wicre bronchi
down. . . ' ...
On the other hand Berlin claims that
three Itrititih attempts to recnptiiro
l.ombnertydo wer , repulRed! during
Ihe day. , , . ..' ..." v
London reports a highly succesNful
raid .'t with ! hydro-iieroplanei ' during
which Zeebrugo, Ostend, ' Middlokfrk
nnd Thtrout were bombed and all the
planes returned safely to the base
from whv'h. the raid 'was' launched.
French Recover Lost Ground
tin the- French " 'ffont jains of. the
(lormnns have been revered at all
points nd Genera) Petals has been uni
formly neoWuL On the Vardnr sec
tor ' the Teutons attempted several
raids but all of these were successfully
repulsed by the, French with whum the
sdvantageii. clearly line in the day' re.
suits, -, German losses " in these raids
were hoary . and , ia . recovering the
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BIG NORSE LINER IS.
"There is hot ! I it g eilf colonies pro
duce that we ennftot ujlfie- to the best
advantage, yet France did only forty
per eenof the, trade of Dur" colonies,
excluding Algiers, Tunis,' andl Morocco,
in 1913; two. and one-half per cent of
their trade was between themselves.
th rest, about fifty-sevea ner neat was
with foreign eountriei '' Germany and
Austria were1, rapidly increasing Iheir
share of it, before tha, ! war. Their
trade wss 3Q.OO0.00O' franc In 1907 It
had grown to 70,000,000. francs a yeaf
in 1HI2. Germisy's trade was the
largest df all;' la some dfou'r colonies,
.Pshomev, . fpr, instance,
. . By Uercnant' Excnanga
Hr. MntM.nla r Honolulu. .. ,
fir. Meilenn for llonolnhl , .'
Hen KrsnclcoArrlve., July 18. str. Co
lumn, heiwe. July .V
Itlli Htamel Jul lil, J.-OO p. str.
Teisn. Man FraneU-n. . . '
B.?.'r?.",',",.'0rK,nml' ,u, U. Lur
. line, Honolulu.
Kso Frani'lnwfiteanieil, July . 14,' 8X
f '-U,ii.7lr- lU"' l,'""'"l (1.-1.. , N.
en Fraiit'lwo- Arrival, Jul, 1JL. str. Ka
terprim, llllo, jT y' , ,lrv
t.nrllne. Honolirin. . u
Han Frsw U.o-ttalle.1, July 13, U. H. Annie
Ran FrHnpiM..Arrlreil, July 13. str. Hy-
sHes, ilUo. July a. .
MslMikMM Arrlre.1. July 13, M. R It. P.
lllthej sa Fran. -two anUed, Uaoa.
- . July y.). , 4
I0X0UILU STCC EXCHANGE
Ifonoluln'. Jul 18, 1017.
- POM' OF HONOLULU.
( l; ,
i i i:- .....A . i t .
maue puuuo iusi. nigni. rnere was a
eontributipn of . more than 18.00(l,()00 ; ground previously, lost General Petaiq
sirovs mr uyure set, jne tojai ueiug captureii numbers Of urisouer ami sev
118,001,370. . eral guns. , ; ' ,
(Associated Press by XT. & Naval Com
ST. JQJ1NS, Newfoundland, July 7
The big Norwegian, Unor, Kristiana
fjord, which , went ashore near Cape
Knee ou Sunday uigl with, twelve bun
ilrel; posHengora alourdr is fast break
ing up, and uo possible ch.auc of sav
ing the big ship, remains,' , The passeii
gors, who were all landed in safety, will
be taken on to their destinations by the
steamer Stockholm. The Kxistiauaf jord
is a ship of C'lOU tpus. 7. .
(Associated Press By TJ. 8. Naval Com
DENVER, July 17 The offlcluh of
the United Miners' Association an
nounced last night that the strike de
cided upon, to include all the miners
of Colorado,, has, been,postponed,uutil
a referendum, oan b taken of the
union , members,' Jt i likely that a
peace conference will be held between
jh repreHentatives, of tha unions and
the mine-owner, while, the . referendum
is beiug voted, J '':.
tly interested in the animal quar
anUne. The objection i raised that
those bringing stock, into Hawaii, that
kna tn on In niinrantia nul.l t 11..
object to have thenvimmonad directj; CfTth
coi.tiguoUM to an anthrax herd, and that ..rrsn.. I... k.'!Tn;i ;i-i.i
if any deaths occur from anthrax rbqe
the Farm herd. is Quartered there, the
iiiijiri'HKion will go ou; that, the whole
auiuial ipiarantipe station is infected.;
r TJiohc who have -valuable dogs D
quarantine now are .eonaiilerably exer
cised over the possible exposure of their
animals to anthrax through the movitg
of the cattle to an adjacent point. The
dog owners cannot . remove their pets,
and feel that it is an Imposition tp have
a dreml diMease put Into an inclosure so
closely adjacent. ' 1 '
' But Farm s condltioh i in no way
bettered. He is not to' blame for, the
anthrax. The Impression prevails that
someone deliberately Introduced it into
his herd, and he feel that, hi property
has been practically,! taken'' from him
without any compensation for 'it aad
with no likelihood of securiug compen
sation, according t wbat Mr. Judd said
yesterday as to sale of the stork If
not taken awajf from, quarantine 'by
Farm later. .' '. . '' l
COURT ORDER HALTS
SALE OF GRAND HOTEL
A stay of proceedings, issued by
Judge l'oinilexter of the federal court,
halted the sale of the Grand Hotel in
Wsiliikn Inst Saturday, according , to
iiiformatioii received at tbe -r f S'leral
court , yeHiorday...' The', sale , wa stlied
uled for Saturday, noon, but tb court
order prevented. E, B. lievens, who
had been appointed commissioner to sell
the property, has been summoned to
appear in court August S taf shw eiusa
why the petition, of the creditors which
would force the hotel company Into
bankruptcy, should not b granted.
France hna th UAnnit jmlnntal An.
minion of1 the, world, .comprising in
1914, 6,000,000 aquase miles, inhabited
by, more than 50,000, 00Q person. .
"Their general, trade bad ' reached
3,000,000,000 iranea a year, ; or about
one-fifth of that of the mother country,
in 1013. During the war they have
been a great aid . to the home country
in the furnishing of oilai cereals, wool,
rice and livestock. ., Their role for the
future will be to replace to a great ex
tent other foreign markets, on which
France depended before.' , .
-iijiUwt '.VJ Ui. . "i.. I
(Associated Press By XT. 8. Naval Com
munication Service) (
LONDON, July J6 King Q eflrge has
bestowed medals 'for military bravery
upon three Americans serving with the
auadiao troops lnlauce, .
OF. INTERIOR IS DEAD
(Associate Pre Bj.XL. , Naval Oom-
, WASHINGTON; Joly I6V-B0 Swee
ney, assisUnt secretary of the interior
kud prior to that a proiitirieut attorney
aud Democrat of Seattle, Waebhrgtoii,
died today. , (..',;.. '
Mkellke from Kanat. a. m. . '
t'litua from Vokolwma. tt, m.
Mnnoa fro.ii Kou Frsnelavo, a. m. '
July 14. 1IM7 "
J. A.- Moffett from Kan Pedro, a. m,
liaana Kea from Hawaii porta, a. u.
. July 1.'.. 1U17 ..
ktnan, from Ksnsl porta, a. m.
Mlkaliala, n,m Usui aad ' aiolokal
a. in.' ...
tannine from Port Ran I.nln, a. m.
Msoua boa. from Kanat parts, a, at,
C'ladlna, from Kalialut, a. lu.
. ,. , . Di.VAB.TED - -:
, Rtr. Bbinyv Maru for Ban Francisco, a.
m- - . I . '
Ptr.. China for an Frsnctsco, a. m. '
tlr. Clamllne for Maul, p. ui. -Htr.
Maun Kea for llllo and Lahalna, t
p. m. .......... i . ,
. V. B. A. T.. Thomas, for Mantis, U noon.
-HU. Maooa for Kaanapall aad KabuluL
p. in, . . . . . , .
m. '. lulT-: -o
Ftr. Handtne, for Maul i porta. H p. aa.; , .
" Htr. Manna Utm. Air Jvauat porta. 0 p. m.
Mr, 1. A, . Moffutt, for , Baa Francisco,
Mir, Ferester, for folnmwa Blver. a. m.
1 1 DtJB TOD Ax - . -.' ;T
' Btr. Rllanea, from Kaua and Kan ports,
Kir. Hssns Kea, from Hflo, a. m. 1 1-1
. Btr., Kentmia, froin ByUney, a. m. .- '
i!.. PABSSNOlRS ABSXVXO , .
1 Ity str. Msnoa from Bsn Frnnclseo. Jnty
t! N. Artier, Mr. Martha Aiken, Henry
Alkae. Mr, W.-Ov Aln. M1m Uliiirreif
0. Allsn. br. R. II. Anaeriuana, . U. B.
ItaOey, Mrs. It. it. HshYy. Mlm A, Tlll
msn. n. U. Bull. Mrs., C. It. Bull, Charles
A.. Hurgner, Miss 1,. , (laniron, Jsa.'ri,
Mr. W. W. fhainlwrlaln, K. A. riling. .J.
M. Cllne. It. H. .per, W. F.. CnwEelt,
t'spt. ,W.. H. Cnrtta, James-Pavlsy lr.i W.
A. OeTamti, t.'liarleo Urake J.' I Fair.
Imnk, Mm. J. lo Falrhanka, Mlaa 1IU,1
Fnnl. John Unit. Mr John Gait. K. H.
Oornian. Miss Mllrtredfirlrrin. Mni. F.llaa
iHth llnnllng, John llin1, Mrs. K. HuU
henette, Mrs. A. M, Hunter. K. Kaoaphua,
M, Kearney, Knl"b A. Reams, MIhs Msry
K. Ktlitour. Mr. Krelm, 1L'. 1. Kurtwik!. V.
If. Ivy, Mrs. llertha l.loyd, MIm Kleanor
MeKenrln, '. P. Iarr; Allha .Kenton, J.we
phos W. Kiintos. riisa. 1. heuers. Mrs.
( nthertne W. Maners. . L. P.. Tlinnitorf,
Tims. U Tnielil.Hxl, Mrs. Thou. , O. Tru.
IiIihkI,- MIhh Marsaret Van lloerltn, Jamaa
Wskeflalil,; W;' Warren. J. I'. Wlnna.
Mr-. Finllr f.'WInnlu. MIm June A. Willi-ci-It.
Klllott F. Wol, Mrs. 'R. F.Vuo and
flillitren. Maxter Jack Wren, Mrs. . F.
Vt'ron, T. J. Vvne, Mrs.. T. J Wynue, 8.
Y. Vonnx. M. rfteirer. ; ,
n.v tr. Mhhik KM. Julr l4i t
From tlll.h K UorrlR, Father Otto, Miss
O. i,. Smith.' Mtiw Herkley, Mr. ami Mra.
It. A. Ilermlt. .MIm Von Arnawalilt. Mr. and
Mrx. Itaymer Buarn. Mlmmi Hharp (two),
Mra. J. Pierce. Mra, Fred IMero. MIks
IMcne. L. I'ook, T. I- Ilirfton, llluM rbrts
toiilierHon it wnl. W. i Toiiil. Keawe. P. N.
I'owerx. N Kawamoto.-H. Mnllehu, -Mr. and
Mm. J. V, MedelroM. N. It.. Da 8a. O. Cool.
MIm. Sli-warten. II. V., Maliv. J, T. Mar
abnll. Miss H. Hearle. Mrs. tlodriirieS. Mr.
mni Mrn. Kerainas. Mrs. Fty-I. F. I- Hare,
Mrx. WtHli'insyer.. Mr. and Mrs. Anxtatt,
l,l..iit,'i,Ml Merrrtls.'U rViuans. KhB Ie,
MIbi Johnson. M.. I... Morgan, A. 8. BUva.
Mrs. tmev K. II. Vicar. -,( ... . ,
Kroiu jMuliukona It. W. Blilnsle, Major
Joriduisn, Mrs. Atklns-Wblte, Mrs. Me
)nnU. Sirs. Caltaao, Mra. Kalam and child,
r u. Hiievt, tint n. f. -Homls unil maid.
MIm llluett, Fsther Theodora, F,, Wood,
Mrs. I'mlinore, Mrs, , brosdlient. F. ' J.
Cooper. W. I'. Knt. A. k. Fob.
Kroiu Kawalhae Doctor Takata. Mtsa
Tulii ta. K 1). Notti It. Tons. B. VrtKht.
Knther 1'aul. Mr, and Mr J. I.liul, Mr. and
Mrx. HiH-on-Min, B.. KaHiello. . . .
Kmiu IJiluilna K. M. Hrnee, MU Wooil
bo". Mra. MacDoHirnll. Mr. llOMpllt. M.
Kikluirt, AOna, J. MarAUlater, Palmer Lee,
A. I.oiiImhoii, .Mlyamara. - Fatlier Maxliue.
llrotlier Mnlteuro. Knther AiutiroMa, Uay
Irwin. F ('. I.yxer. Jmt'iri Ve'ry.- A M-e.
J. I, MeVelxh. A. M. Irficss. A. Oi Botfls
.,n, Kmlier llruno, K. I'. DoVum, Mr. suit
Mrx. alli'iitlne. W. K. HsTi. M. . I'srkcr.
Mrx. r. II. Mackenxle. Mlxa Oenero, II.
Klljllirii. ' .-,
il Beewef 4, .w.
Rwa Ptsntstlon Co....,.;,
Ilalkn Biigar re...,,.,,,..
Ha walla n Asrctl. Vo, ....
Hsw'n mrT Botsr Co.
Hawaiian Bnsar Co.......
ilonnkaa Baaar r.,w....
I In.mn. It . . .r .. '
HntchluanB Mar CoUI!
cainiau I'lantatloa ....
Kekaks Bur fa.,,...,
KfllllA H...F ff. .
M.Hryds Bu(ar Co.',",!.l!
Alalia, Miiimx , n .
niaa Bumr V,l.'..'.4j,.".
Orromea Bnjtar Co '..
t-aaiihaa nnar nant. Co..
I'aellle Hnsar Mill
Ialn KanlarLkat. . ..
IVpeekro Husar Uo .'
I1..l,r Mill I'n i
Han 1'aii.m Wllliai'co!!.!
r aiaiuit cril. -1 ., ... . .
vtsuuke Buaar Co..,..,,.
L. MIBCBLLAMBOni ':
2nd Ass. fo?!y paU!!!!l!
-.man w m r. in, eon,-,.,
Hawaii Con. Hy. 1 A....
Hawaii Co, By. , S.n.
Hawaii Con. Hy. common.
Hawaiian Flertrle !.,,.
Hawaiian Plnearaite Co...
Hon. Brew. Malt. Or...
Honolulu Has Co,.,...;.,
Hob. K. T. I. CO.
Inter-Inland B. N. Co.....
Mutual Teleiihnn vi...
oahn a. a L I'o.-.......
'nlian Hnlilier "o.,.,,,.
BelaHia-IMnrilMxs I'd. ,.
Han.e (7K. pd.l....
Teajoaf OU linblwr Ca..
BOND. ? f
Reach Walk Imp. SU.v.
Hsiuakna Dlt.-u Co.TjsV...
Hawaii Con. Ky. ft..;ii'.
Hawaiian lrr. Co. ..,...
Haw. Terr. ref' ItsW. .
Haw, Ter. 4 Fob. Imps..
Haw. Ter. puh. Imp, 4s
aertea llj -IS)
Hsw. Terr l 3V4a.
Hnnokaa Hutar Co. 0....
HoiHtliiln (law Co. 6....
Kauai Ky. Co. a... .
Manoa Imp, Illat. ..
Mobrrde Anar Co. 5a....
Mutual Tel. ka
(inlm Ky, A luind Co. fi.
Oaliu Ruirar Co. ..:,...
Ola Busar O. 6
I'ar. Ilnano F. Co. Oa...
I'aclflc Huar Mill Co. Oa..
Baa Carlo. Mill. Co. 6...
terrttort of it a wait. trea8
urfr's offic. honolxtiiv,
oahu. . .;.
In m Dlrsolutlon of the Walmea Ma
chine aud Automobile Works, Ltd,'
" v' " " '' ."- ' - :
. -," '-;,'!.-:': '! .
Wherevs, The Wl'imea. Machine and
Automobile Works, Ltd., a eeorporation
established and 'existing under and by'
virtu-' of the. laws of the Territory of
HaiMiii. has, pursuant to law,' in such
fiiM', n nilu Sad i provided, .duly filed in
this office a petition for thi friBsolutlnn
of the said corporation,. togifhefwth
a certilii ate , thereto annexed . as re
ipiired by Jnw. , 1 ' " 1 '
' Now, therefore, ' Notice is herebv
given to any and all persons that have
been end am now interested in nnv
milliner whatsoever in the suid corpora
tion, thnt objections to the granting of
the said petition must be filed in this
otliic on or hefore 13 o'clock noon of.
September 21, 1017, and that any per
son or persons desiring ' to be heard
tliiTfon must be , in attendance nt the
oftiee of the undersigned, in the Kxecu
tive Huilding Honolulu, at 12 o'c'oek
noun of said day, to show cause, if
any, why said petition should, not be
granted. ' ' '
HENRY ft HAPAI,
Acting Treasurer Territory
Honolulu, July 2Tl17.
J i vs..
'' ' '
. "- ' - BoUraen Boajtt; ',
1 Ewa. BO. Rfl 85, KUX);" Haw. Tona.
' Pioneer" 8.' l. IS, BT.fiO; Oahti,' , ' BO TH:
Ewa, 20, 00, nSOO: MTalalua, o, ft, "277 V4.
' FaHt!L,-, ta advcM.
' twViSnt. (for Hawaiian snrjrrf '.4M
-V. , " ' July . WIT
ftw sork. ..
Honolii'ln, Jnty 1,111T.
lion. Cob. OtU.il.,..
, atmuta y
Cel. Hswa. Tiev,
Mineral Fnxluets ....
Mountain SUng . ....
Matlera Oohl ....v..
Sal.- , "" .. .
Mineral Prod Oct a. 41on,'20c; Madera Gold.
Total, :h.'I Mountain Kin, 2TXI, Sir; lrxV
:ka? COU, Sir; Moptaa blnghara. 6J00, ;ie;
nija Copper, , latsi, .25; Uonolal. ou.
Us, 4LU. . . . . ',,
... i i .a a , .7.
- NEW. YOoK STCCKS '
- - i
(Asesatstsi Trm Sy O. a. xravs
ateattoa Bervtee) .
NF-W tfinrvl July 17 Following era the
tu Naw Xork, 'niarkij yentanlayt
American Bumr. lief
America a' Iteet'., .
Alaska Ihild . 5.
American l.oeomx!lv ,,,
American' Tal; 4k Tel.....
American Btee Fdrfiwi
Atehlnon Railway .......
Unhlwln l"cm,otlv ....
KetlUetiem U-W, "B'f...
Ilethlohein HteH, "A....
Culis Bugsr. Caae..l...
Olitral Leutlie ........
California I'ecrolmio,.. ,,,
C. M. tt Bt. Faat.....
Colo. Fuel lroa,.x.....
Krte ciuiIood ............
Ileneral Minora new). ....
(irrntt ."Normern pru.
inter,' itarv., n. J ,
fiilernatlouui Mckal ... ,
In, lust rial Alcnhut ......
Knoe.jtt t0(itM-p '.
I ehtiilr Valley ll.Uron,.
New York, 'entrwl. , : i.
I'cnoNvlvaala ........ n.
llrnuMIn Iroa iwoawi...
Keadli) conimoa .......
Tcnaa mr ........t.i...
I'nlti'4 Hlutea Rithlwr,...
t'nlou 1'aelfle ...........
In I ted Btates Bteelf,.w.,
I'lah .'.,-, ; , .,V.,
Western I'uloB, ......
Bid. - tBx-Ulvldead. tUaquoted; -
SAN FRANCISCO QUOTATIONS
HAN FKArlt I1M s), . Jury 17 rollowlo
are the oiwuln and etoalug quotatlona of
an sa r ami niier at or W a l. th lia Fraa
cImvo market yeaUrdar: : ,
llaw'n Conil Bnirsr.. ,.,
Ilawailan Xtia-ar ...
Hoiiokaa Biliiar Cp......
HuteliliiHon. Miigaf Cn.,
kllauca Hii(ar Co,
oahU BSirar ..
Olaa Buitar Co
Ononiea Hiivar Co. .., , .
I'Hauiixu Huitar Co. ,,y..
Pioneer Mill 4V.. ......
HoHoluIn I'lantatloa ,..
Opto- I Ooa
t!46' T7o5 '
Bid. tBx-Dtvtdead. tDaaiaoted,