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KEHITB IS DEAD ABTER
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, T V P!Y Y, T jp IA" S, 1913.
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An Advertisement Written by
4 LORRIN A. THURSTON
Last week we asked where you were going to spend your Summer
Vacation, and suggested various and sundry cool spots, ,warm spot,
mountains, plains, volcanoes, jungfes, lava flows, fern fprests, holes
in the ground, auto trips and railroad trips, and other choice things
that might make the mouth of an ascetic water and the face of a
pessimist smile. 4 ,;,. : '
-But what is It going to cost?" and. "Where can we stay?" we are
asked. . :
we answer these questions by this Ad., and say that we can and do
recommend the following as being worthy of patronage:
WHERE TO STAY AND ENJOY
YOURSELF ONHAYAU 5
HILO HOTEL $5.00 a day; $28.0 a week; $73.00 and uj per
.-'.month.,'','; ....','. ",';'.':-
THE DEMOSTHENES Waianuenue Street; $2.00 a day $17.50 a
week; $50.00 a month. ; ,
THE ;BURNS-rWaianuenue and Bridge Streets, Rooms only, $0.75 '
to $1.50 a day; $4.00 to $5.00 a week; $12.00 to $20.00 a month.
THE OFFICE BLOCK- (LUCAS) Pitman and King, Rooms only.
$1.50 a day; $7.00 to $10.00 a week; $12.00 to $20.00 a month..
MRS. ANDREWS Waianuenue Street, , $2.50. a day;, reduction by
week -or longer stay. t ,
MRS. WEIGHT School Street, $2.50 a day; $40.00 a month.
THE RAINBOW Waianuenue Street, Rooms only, $0.50 a day;
$3.00 a week; $7.00 to $10.00 a month. '
THE BRADSHAW Pitman Street, Rooms only, $1.00 a day; $3.00
a week. . ' .. "
VOLCANO HOUSE Summer Rates, $5,00 a day; Over" four days up
to two weeks, $3.50 a day; Two weeks, $45.00; one month, $85.00
CRATER HOTEL $3.50 a day; $17.50 a week; Special Rates by
LEO Y. ANIMA, PAH ALA Lodging $0.75 a day; Meals, $0.50c each.
BECKER'S, WAIOHINU $3.00 a day;
MISS PARIS, KEALAKEKU A-$3.00 a day.
AH LAP, KAILUA Meals $0.50 each.
AKO'S AND KAELEMAKULE'S, KAILUA Lodging $1.00 a day.
KAMUELA HOTEL, WAIMEA (MRSSHARRETT) $3.00 a day;
$17.00 a week; Special Rates by Month.
KOHALA CLUB, KOHALA $2.50 a day; if more than one day $2.00
-a day.-- . ' ' ; " ... ;.-.-' "V
' ' IN HAMAKUA ; X
HONOKAA CLUB, HONOKAA $2.50 a day; $35.00 a month.
HAMAKUA HOTEL. (AH CHOY), HONOKAA $2.50 a "day; $15.00
& wdc $45 00 & month J ni
PAAUILO HOTEL, PAAUILO $2.00 to $3.00 per day; Meals"or
: , rooms $0.50 to $0J5 each "'... t '; - ; .
W . ' : IN NORTH HILO I
LAUPAHOEHOE HOTEL, LAUPAHOEHOE Rooms
day; $10.00 a moath.
LAUPAHOEHOE RESTAURANT, LAUPAHOEHOE Dinner
Other meals $0.50 each. 1
only,' $1.00 a
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ONE WORD FURTHER We are getting out some enlarged pho
tos by Bonlne, of things to be seen on iiawaii works of art, but v
true to life. Watch out for them. .
HILO BOARD OF TRADE
The HILO RAILROAD COMPANY
Has Finished Its Extension from Hilo to Hamakua
I The track runs along the top of the bluff for 34 miles; but it is
no "bluff when we; claim: that it presents some of the most spec
tacular scenery in Hawaii. ?
It crosses 207 gulches over fills up to 120 feet high sixteen steel
bridges ever 400 and up to 1006 feet long and from 90 to 230 feet
higli thru tunnels up to 28C0 feet long thru cuts up to 70 feet deep,
and in one place
Runs for 4000 Feet Along the Face of a Precipice
descending sheer 200 feet into blue ocean. You never saw, anything
like It. .',-,'.;: :;;'--.-:;;.'-:,:'. ' ' '-'. ! '
.WE WANT YOU TO SEE ALL THIS FOR YOURSELF and have
arranged with the HENRY. WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. to tell
you all about it and trie summ er cut-rate; round-trip ticket which
we are issuing. '" -L- '"
HILO RAILROAD COMPANY
Many of the big department? at Washington, the Army, the Navy
and. Isthmian Canal Commission, use "COLUMBIA" No. 2.
Uncle 3am thinks so much of "Columbia" that it is used on all
You, too, can enjoy its Ion? life and dependability by saying "Co
lumbia No. 2" to your dealer instead of merely 'battery." .
BEST FOR AUTOMODILE IGNITION.
COST NO MORE
Willett & Cray's Sugar Journal for
June 26 savs:
Cuba. The six principal ports: Re
ceipts, 7,000 tons; exports, 30,000
tons: slock, 554,000 tons.
Centrals grinding 22. against 2'J
last week, 23 last year and 8 In 1911.
Receipts entire island 24.000 tons,
against 34.000 tons last week. 18.00u
tons last year and 10,000 tons In 1911.
Stocks in the United States and
Cuba together of 1.024,571 tons,
against 1,049,474 tons last week and
C60.279 tons last year, an increase of
i64,292 tons from last year.
Europe Stock In Europe, 2.22C.00O
tons, against 1,576,000 tons last year.
Visible Supply Total stock of Eu
rope and America, 3,250,571 tons,
against 2.236,279 tons last year at the
same uneven dates. The increase of
frtoek is 1,014.292 tons against an in:
crease of 957,607 tons last week. Total
stocks of ailoats together show a vis
ible supply of 3,411,571 tons against
2,386,279 tons last year, or an increase
of 1,025,292 tons.
Raws. The quotation for Cuba cen
trifugals, 96 test, advanced 2c per
100 lbs. to 2c c. & f., equal to 3.36c
per lb. duty paid.
Moderate sales were made on this
basis for prompt and early July ship
ments," and a 2 l-32c c. & f. (3.39c)
for the second half July shipment
The Inspiration to pay this slight
advance' came from an Improved de
mand for the refined product.
Now it would seem under all the
evidence in sight that a further slow
upward trend to . the market can be
t-xpected for some -months, to come.
The Cuba crop report 'brings the pro
duction to such high amount that we
find It practicable to revise our crop
estimate intelligently, which we do
herewith, to 2,375,000 tons, against 1,
595,984 tons last year, an increase of
: Notwithstanding this large (in
crease in the Cuban crop, we find it
necessary "to Vevise our previous ex
pectation that no full duty sugar will j
be required to complete the consump
tion of the year. ; .
From "the table herewith it-is shown
that 8ucTi full-duty sugar may amount
to 48,'000 tons, not a large quantity
and only required because of the
large exports from the Cuba crop to
Europe, Canada and Vancouver, made
possible ' by reason of Cuban prices
ruling enough below the 'world's price
at Hamburg as to induce such Impor
The increase in tlie foreign demand
for Cuba sugar this season is about
125,000 ' tons over, that of last year,
but if a good part of this quantity is
diverted to the United States Instead,
or returned from Europe, we will not
require any full-duty sugar this year.
European markets have a down
ward' trend, declining ld. for the
week to 9s. 3d. for June beets, on fa
arable conditions as a whole, al
though somewhat dry in, some sec
tions, but 9s. 3d. for beet is equal to
.63c. above our market for 96 test
We publish herewith our estimate
of: the United States domestic beet
sowings for this season's crop, show
ing a total of 647,506 acres, an in
crease of 2.94 per cent over those of
last year, and indicating a possible
yield of 640,000 tons of sugar, against
last year's crop of 624,064 tons, the
largest on record. The tariff . agita
tion began too late to materially af
fect this year's sowings. The new
crop sugar will begin' to come On the
market in July from California.
" Atlantic Ports receipts for week are
77,010 tons, of which 11,126 tons Porto
Rico and 7,156 tons Hawaii are free
duty sugar. - Meltings are unchanged
and stock increases 19,010 tons,
v At the close there are buyers for
all offerings " at current quotations,
while sellers are inclined to ask l-32c.
Porto Rico Centrifugals were sold
today at 3.36c for 96 deg. test, the
full equivalent of Cuban sugar, be
cause of the probable delay in making
the new tariff effective. "
The last sale to Europe was made
this week at 1.93c. f. o. b. Cuba for
balance cargo for July loading; the
demanS from Europe seems to be sat
isfied for the present but there are
still some 50,000 to 75,000 tons of pre
vious purchases to be shipped.
The outturp of the Cuba crop con-!
tfnuing to prove beyond all expecta
tion, we find it neces?ry to increase
' The visible production to date s
2,171,75!) tons, and if we add the same
quantity as was produced last year
after this date, say 154,000 tons (there
being about the same number of Cen
trals grinding) and allow for some
50,000 tons excess of stocks hold on
plantations, we may reasonrifcly ex
pect a total production this secfcpnj
of 2,375,000 tens, which is now our j
estimate, against last year's crop of
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Prtoce TTakehita Arisugawano-miya, Who passed away Sunday night, ac
cording to cable dispatches received here last nTght
(Special Cable to Nippu Jiji.)
TOKIO, July 7. Hi3 Highness
Prince Takehito Arisugawano-miya
died at 9 o'clock Sunday eight at the
Maiko Beach villa near Kobe, where
he has been ill for several years past.
The end came to the prince after
years of desperate struggle w ith an
appalling disease. He was fifty-two
j ears old.
When the Information that the
prince was about to die reached To
kio, the emperor was stricken with
sorrow. He soon . ordered the ap
pointment of Arisugawano-miya as
field marshal, that being the last and
highest. '.earthly; honor offered to the
dying prince. ;
The body of the prince will be
1 brought here for interment A speciaJ
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iiaiu oearin tne remains win leave
Mailco the morning cf Jnly 10, and,
r-assing through Kobe, Osaka, Kyoto,
Nagoya, Shisuoka and other larue
cities, Will arrive in Tokio the ffffme
evening. The- court, and national
mourning will be observed after that
date. The state funeral will faka
place in Tokio. The date is not de
cided as yet '.';.
As Arisugawano-miya died leaving
vo heir, he will be succeeded by young
Prince Teru N6buhito;flie third son
of the emperor. The title of the
iatnily; hereafter will be known as
died this morning at the residence of
her son-in-law, James B. Nott, Bereta-j
nia avenue, at the age of 57 years.
Deceased was born in Kohala, Hawaii,)
and leaves surviving her a son, Rob
ert Hoapili Baker, assistant master ot j
the city and county band of musicians,
and two daughters, Mrs. James B.
Nott Of Honolulu and Mrs. Elizabeth
K. Booth, now in California. Deceas-,
ed Is also survived by her mother, and I
two sisters, Mrs. John . A.- Cummins
and' Mrs. Ida Mett, both of Honolulu.
The remains are now lying in state at;
the undertaking parlors of H. H. W il
liams. The funeral will be held to
morrow afternoon nnder the auspices
of the Kaahumanu Society of whieh
sue was a memuer, aiiu luienueiiL wuii
be irr the family "plot in TCawaiahao
cemetery. ; ;; .
I .MORRISON DEAD.
A cable was received this morning
announcing the: death in Eureka, Cal
ifornia, cf Win. Q. Morrison, father
of Mrs. Wm. A. Wall and Miss F.-K.
BRASH At- Leahi Heme, July "7,
1913, Martha Kaonohi Brash, ap,od
29 years. Funeral at 4 o'clock this
afternoon from Silva's undertaking
parlors. Relatives and friends are
' respectively invited.
NO ARMY EXTENSION IN KOREA.
(Special Cable to Nippu Jiji.)
TOKIO, July 7 The army exten
sion plan which proposes to establish
in Korea two additional Japanese
army divisions will be omitted from
the budget for nsxt year. The dec!
sion was reached by the government
after a lengthy discussion and study
of the situation.
The plan was an actual motive of
the political disturbances in the Ja
panese capital" a few " months ago
wTien the Saion ji and Katsura cabi
nets were forred out of office in rapid
succession. Count Admiral Gcrrbei
"t amamoto's present administration
now decides net to carry out the plan
for the coming year.
MRS. MERSE3.ERG DEAD.
After an illness of more than r.
year, Mrs. Emma Merseberg, widow of
the late Colonel Robert Hoapill Baker,
With A Single Moral-B.V;D.
n one side, coolness arul cowfGrton the
other side, heat and discomfort. Which
side. are jsw on?
Sirictfn" summer mnr nnrt for U n..:,, n T
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Coat Cut Undershirts and Knee Length Drawers,
every 13. V. D. Undergarment is sewed
This Red Woven Label
Automobile Owners Who Use
R. V. D. Co.it Cut
Drawers, retail at
; S0c..7?c.,Sl.U0 and
51.50 the Garment.
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f or Infants and CHildron.
The Effects of OpiateG.v
THAT IFAXT9 aro peculiarly susceptible to opium and ib rartous prep
arations, all cf which are narcotic, is well known. Even in the smallest
doses, if continued, these opiates cause changes ia the function and growth of
the cells, which are likely to become permanent, causing1 imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, are a result of dosin
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their infancy. The rule atuoc;
physicians is that children should never receive opiates ia the smallest doses for
more than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and ether
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, tn!
the druggist should not be a party to it. Children who are ill need tho ntteutica
of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to. dose them willfully with uar.
cotics. Castoria contains no narcotics if it bears the signature of Chas. II. Fletcher.
. Cast or la
and hav alwj foend tt an efficient and ipccJy '
remtdy." . A. 7. Pskub, iL D., 8U LooU, Ho,
flgnature of WloJ J-UtcAite
Physicians Recommend Castor I a
"Toot preparation known n CaatorU I hareaccd I I bar frMcrfbd yooc CaalorU Ia aa
lor yean In chUdru,a complainta and I bar foand
souung better." . Jobji J Lsr'rA, M.D., 4
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For Mreral yean I recommended your Cutoria'
and itall alwaya continue to do so, aa It baa lntv
riably prodnced benencial relva.,
,', ' owis T. Fabdm, M. D. Sew York City.
1 : "Too? Castorts !a a ceritoriona honaehold
remedy. , It la purely regetable and km aa a mild
cathartic Abore all, it does no barm. wbkn. ia
B-ore than can be aaid ot the great majority of chli
MI bare need yoor Cattorla In mj own boneaboU
with good rcuftlu, and bare adriard Mvera paikoU
to na It for ita mild, Uiatrv effect and freedom
from harm. Eowaso Pasaus, If. XX,
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, "Tont Caitarts boMa'tbe eateea of Ibe medical
profession in a manner held by no other proprietary
preparation. It ia a aore and reliable medlclno for
Infante and children. Ia fact ft ia the ahlTexaai
boaaehoid remedy fo Infantile aliments.'
J. A. PaBKsa, H. Xaneaa Oty, Mo.
. Vicroa B. ComcA, IL D., Omaha, Neb.
C h i I dren Cry for Fietch e r'o Caotoria
; In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
kmm (liiTiu ewanr. V mrmntr. mw fm err. '
v This week we place on sale a sample line of new rag rugs, some
thing .quite, different from any that we have previously shown.
They were sent out by the manufacturers for us to select from.
There are just fifty In all and no two alike. The size Is 3 feet by 8
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