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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SAT UK DAY, AHJUST 22, 101 t.
piftkk: FIFTY DOLLARS buys a 6-lb. visible writing:, universal, keyboard Typewriter THE (6 Goro AND YOU CAN CAR RY IT IN A SUITCASE. See it-today at the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. t LIMITED. In the Young Bldg. - 1 - 11 : , . a THE von hAMM-YOUNG CO, LTD., Honolulu.' Agent :v T7 Tl Q DRY GOODS ' le BiEsiiness. Circles News and:;Review STRONG REACTION IN STOCK WEEK SHOWN USINESS FOR PAST BY TRANSACTIONS Business of the Honolulu stock ex-i Ewa Plantation Co., 4SS shares for change for the six days ended yes-. $12,21 8.75; high 25,,i, low 21. dcclin? terday noon was less than 'half that.lVi. for the previous corresponding period.) Hawaiian Agricultural Co., TC shares liore than hair of the sugar stocks . fcr $15,200; price 20, gain 90. handled, moreover, registered de- Hawaiian Commercial and Su'sai COllNTRySCOAEPROflUGTION AGAIN BREAKS ALL RECORDS Output for 1913 Shows In crease of Double That of Three Years Previous Illy I.ateM MallJ WASHINGTON. Aug. 22 The pro duction of coal in the United States klO OIT'lin riltL'An oil i m mM n the output for 1913 being 570.O4S.125 ! Zlll interferred with ly the high waters during the sprint: of 1913. anl Mr. Par-i ker estimates that from 5,oo,m0 to 1ii.h'm.,mo tons of coal w?i!d have been added to the year's output hut for this. With no violent fluctuations in the de mand by the blast furnaces, steel works and other minufacturintr indus trios, the demand for coal for thoso a normal in- t crease. The continued decrease in the "'r w.c U1 i '"-io-. snares ror ?23,.iu; nign ...u, v. . .uiu. 1Ise of fue, oll in the i,l-continent oil until uouuie nit pruuiicuon 01 1 h mi anu . j , . v. ... . . , , A. j field and the stne m the Colorado uie man uif.ni units iut? im iHltM. huh ' i . . . v i 'ill ceeds of bond tsalcs emphasizes the,jow 32.14, decline 1 laiung oinn stocic Heals. A aeciine Hawaiian Pineapple Co.. .",0 shares of about a quarter of a cent a pound . for iioi2.50: nriee 33.75. decline in the price of raw sugar, about the middle of the period, although still leaving tho market 84 per cent high- Hawaiian Sugar Co., 90 shares for 3150; price 35, decline 1. Hilo Railroad Co- common. 5 er than on July 31, most probably has;6narea for $10o; price 2. decline mines result d in an increased output of co-1! in the central and south- VISIT THE NEW STORE OF REGAL SHOES,- COR. FORT AND HOTEL tTt, had something to do with the sharp reaction. " As only a comparatively small proportion ; of this year's crop will obtain the higher prices imme diately produced by the European war, and there is no saying what another six monthi may bring forth in the sugar world, the conservative disposi tion of the stock-dealing community is rather to bo commended than oth erwise. There Is always danger ol overdoing a good thing in business. Eighteen stocks were handled in the period under review against 16 in the previous corresponding period. Of these 13 were sugar plantation, two of which have made gains, two held their own and nine declined. Of the five ; miscellaneous three gained and two " lest. Altogether 12,474 shares were sold with proceeds of $173,400.75, as compared with 30,721 shares last week and proceeds of $374,446.87 making the decrease of 18,247 shares and $201f046.12V2 realizations. Eonds sold realized $22,190, against $3240 last week, a gain of $18,950, the net decrease for all transactions being $182,096.12. Details of transactions are ; given herewith, with changes In prices as between last sale quotations on Frl day of last week and last sales yes terday: ..' ' .. .. Hcnokaa Sugar Co., 435 shares foi 3107.50; high 7, low 7. decline ' Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.. 273 shares for $4940.50; high 1S.75, low 17, gain 1. Kahuku Plantation Co.. 45 shares for $747.50; high 17.50, low 16.50, de cline 1. McBryde Sugar Co., 1855 shares for $10,602.50; high 5.75, low 5, decline . ' Mutual Telephone Co., 95 shares for $1805: price 19, fain V. Oahu Railway and Land Co., 130 shares for $16,900; price 130. gain 2. Oahu Sugar Co.. 1347 shares for $25,645.25; high 19.75,' low 17.50, de cline 2. Olaa Sugar Co.. 6400 shares foi $30,566.25; high 5, low 4. decline Oncmea Sugar Co., 225 shares for $8707.50; 5 high 33, low 32, decline . Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co., 20 shares for $360; price 18, unchanged. Pioneer Mill Co., 60 shares for $1575; price 26.25, unchanged. Waialua Agricultural Co., 140 share? for $13,962.50; high 110, low 97.50 decline 12. Bonds Honokaa 6s. $2000 at 65. gain 5; Olaa 6s, $17,000 at 70. gain 5; Honolulu Gas 5s, $5000 at 99. unchang ed; Oahu Railway and Land Co., 5s. $-000. .at 101, unchanged. S Zk f ?, 7 "y:r notablv in Illinois. Indiana, am ward V. Parker, coa statistician. Tho. m .," . . , value of the coal mined in 1913 is giv- j JJ'ffff f! a -n ice -0- j iormer normal v ears, so that fr en ab buf4X,Ju. producers' standpoint the condit COPPERPLATE CALLING , CARDS V : '' WED DING and W 0 M E ' INVI TATIONS. WALL & DOUGHERTY WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT , ? : BY L V. WILCOX ; Director Federal Experiment Station of 1880. according to a statement just ICC II rtdi Kv fftA T T r i 1 O a4a aAlnirlAll v.. au.n s.w.v... pstrrn sf-,tR With fa oTPPi.tinn cil"tni.- f oath rr unn m 1 1 I,.. I than in from the nrndiirers' st?nnioint tne rontimons in Compared with the previous year the. inia wpre fairlv Rntisfarforv output for 1913 shows an increase of j The development of the coal-mining 3M,5S1.45 tors, or nearly 7 per cent, j industry irt the United .States with ref The increased activity indicated by erenee to population presents some in these figures was vell distributed teresting comparisons In 1S50 the co'l thr-ughr.ut the 29 coal-producing output was 7.018.181 tons, cr 0.3 ton for states, 23 of which showed increases tacn of the 23.191.87i. inhabitants; in and only six decreased production, the 1 18S0 the iopuiation had increased to decrease in one of these Colorado about 50,000,000 and the t reduction of being due solely to labor trouble. (coal to about 71. 000,000 tons; an aver Of those showing increases. 12 mnde ge of 1.42 tons per capita. At the close record yields, and Pennsylvania, the J rf the nineteenth century the popula leading coal state, broke records in tion waa Ttf..os.2Si. an increase ot a loth bituminous and anthracite ro- little riore than 50 ter cent a ccm duction. The states which broke all pared with 1880, while the production former records in eoj production were of coal had increased ncnrly 400 per Alabama, Illinois, Kentucky. Monfna ' cent in the same period and averaged New. Mexico, Ohio. Oklahoma, Pennsyl- 3.53 tons fcr each person. In 1913 the vania, Texas, Utah, Virginia and West per capita production was figured at Virginia. The largest increase in the ! 5.85 tons. Jn addition tn this increase production of bituminous coal w"s in in the use of coal, the nse in recent Electric fl "The Weld Weld fs&Z -V That Held" Jil!liiii!!lijiii!lill!iliMi?ri Complete stock of Pittsburg Electric Welded Hog, Cattle and Lawn Fence, and Pipe Frame Gates just arrived. Call or wiite for price list Ml E. O. Hall & Son., Ltd. Phone 3481 1) A "7 ( 1 Ntw Styles In' H AT S PANAMA AND CLOTH At Mainland Prices. FUKUR0DAC0. Hotel St, Cor. Bijou Lane. Agents for HARLEY DAVIDSON MO TORCYCLES and SUPPLIES. CITY MOTOR CO. (killed Mechanics for All Repair - Work. ' . - - Pauahl nr. Fort St. Tl. 2051 Jrosh chicken eggs, dczU .50; fresh limes, Mexican, 100, .60 to .75; pine duck eggs, (ioz., .40; hens, lb . .2oU apples, doz.. .60. roosters, " lb., .30: broilers, lh., .35; BEANS. turkey, r lb.... Zo; ducks, Muscovy, lb.. Dried Red kidneys. .01: calico. .04: .30; ducks, Iiawaiian. doz., $a.69. small whites, .05. f . LIVE STOCK. GRAIN. Lure rwelght-rllogs, 100 to 150 lbs.. Corn, small yellow, ton.. $38.00 to Ib..'.l3; hogs; 150 R13. and overIb.. .12. $40.00; corn, large, $38.00 to $39.00, urcssed weight Pork, lb.. .nv2 to MISCELLANEOOUS. v- 19; mutton, lb., .09 to .llffl beef, lb.. Charcoal, bag. .35; hides, wet-salted .08 to .10. i No. 1. lb.. AVA : No. 2. lb 1314: v POTATOES. j kips, lb., .14; sheep skins, each. .15 Irish, per cwt, $1.60; sweeL red. to. .20; goat skins, each. .10 to .20. cwt, $1.25: sweeL yellcw, cwt; $L25; The territorial marketing division sweet, white, cwt, $1.2o. nnder tha dlrpeMon nf th tt s ONiriMs - , . : . , New Bermudas, lb.. ,02., perlment station is at the service of VEGETABLES. fall citizens of the ' territory. Any Beans, string, lb . 03; beans, lima produce which fanners may send to ,,nnpod' Jb" d0- buncnf- ; the marketing division Is sold at the JO; cabbage, lb.. .02 to .03; carrots,'. . . . . . f , . , . doz. bunches. .30; corn. ; sweeL 100 ibest obtainable price and for cash- No ears, $1.50; cucumbers, dor, .20 to .35; commission Is charged. It Is highly greenpeas, lb., .03; peppers, bell, lb ' desirable that farmers notify the mar- .03 to .04; peppers, Chile, lb.. .04; pumpkin, lb . 01; rhubarb, lb.,-.06; tomatoes, lb., .01 to .04; turnips, white, lb.,; .03. y- , . . : ; FRESH FRUIT. f Bananas, Chinese, bunch. .20 to .40: bananas, cooking, bunch. .75 to $1 ; figs, 400, .80; grapes Isabella lb., .08; j keting division what and how much produce they have for sale and about when It will be ready to ship. The shipping mark of the division is U. S. E. 3. Letters address, Honolnla, P. O. box 753.- Office, Queen and Nu uanu streets. Telephone 1840. Wlre- J. less address! tJSEX.; I) P. H. BURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds for California and New York; NOTARY PUBLIC; D'aws Mortgages, Deeds Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT 6TREET, HONOLULU, Phone IMS. IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS Anywhere, at Any Time, Call oa or . Write . E,. C DAKE'S A O V E FIT I L . 7 G , ; AGEliv'i v f 124 Sansome Street San Francisco CLOSING OF EXLHAKGE IK 1 873 ITS , FIRST AI THIS THE SECOND TIME h NEW YORK, Aus. 19. It Is very . panies and stock hrokeragc firms were nearly half a century since the New going to the waU. Dust With WIZ ARD Polish BARRERE Thone 3297 HONOLULU DRY GOODS CO. GRAND TWO WEEKS' BALE NOW ,: ' ON .V:v:'.'-'- York Stock Exchange suspended, all business beciuse of a financial. crisis. On SepL 20, 1873, the Exchange closed its doors and kept them closed for. ten days. Never before had the Exchange, which, was formally organized in 1817, taken such action The only times slnce; 1873 that the Exchange has even temporarily .suspended for an hour or so have been on the de?th of a presi dent of the United States or some simi lar occasion. ; t ,. The New York Stock Exchange has passed through many extremely try ing times, not the least of which, was the panic of 1907, when call money shot up above 1,50. per cent and could not be obtained at any figure, even when United States . Government bonds were offered as 1 collateral "fot loans, and when sanks, trust com- 17 Hotel St. Opp. BIJou ThesUr ;.SGiilS tor M. E. SILVA, The Leading UNDERTAKER & EM BALM ER Cr. Kukul and Nunann Stu. U TfeL1179. ntghl call 2514 or 2160 AUDIf COMPANY OF HAWAII 824 BETHEL STREET ! P. O. Box 445. Telephone 2035 Suggestions given for simplify- Ing or systematizing office ' work. All business confiden . tial. ; ; ; . --V . '. Conducts all classes of Audits and Investigations, and furnish es Reports on all kinds of fi nancial work. Causes of 1873 Closing.- Comparatively few people rcmnin in Wall Street who - were there at the time the Stock Exchange clcsed its doors in 1873. ; .The closing then was mainly, if not entirely, dne to the fail ure of ttio- firm -of ; Jay Cooke-' & 'Co., which firm had' been engaged in the I...IUI. n 1 . .. a-- racinc Railway.- This nilure was fol lowed by. the suspension of numerous other brokerage ' concerns here : and throughout.' the" country, including Howes & Macy.' and by'the closing of the Union -Trust Company and half of the national banks In this 'city. , The Francd-Germ,an war was another great contributing cause to the panic which raged that year, . ss that ? war completely shut out alK Europe" as .a market place for ' American railroad stocks and bonds. Bankers of Europe had been in the habit of lending money on such securities as' collateral, birt with the outbreak, of the war between France and Germany these bankers re fused to lend on such collateral and this threw our -bankers entirely - on their own resources.' There followed a great depreciation in the value of these securities nd ' the tremendous losses precipitated the panic of 1873. Aid From President Grant.1 So tense was theT" situation that President" GranC accompanied by his Secretary of the; Treasury, .William A; Richardson, moved to New. York to help out the situation; and took up his headquarters at the old Fifth Avenue 1 Hotel. Clearing House certificates were issue by the banks to the extent of ; $26,5C5,000, there were . runs on , many of the savings banks, and green- bscks. which were then considered the irbost" money, .is geld was at a pro 'miuxn, rr.so to a premiuTii of from 5 tn j 10 per cent over certified checks. I k An open market in stocks and bonds Pennsylvania, where 11.715,729 tons was added to the output of 1912. , West Virginia showed the second ' largest gain, and Kentucky the third largest gain, 3,126,079 tons, which was al3o the largest percentage of increase, amounting to 19 per cent, of all the im portant coal-producing states. Indiana was fourth, Illinois fifth, Ohio sixth and Alabama seventh. While the total increase was very large as figured in tons, the percentage is what may bo considered normal and Indicative of good industrial activity throughout the country. Coal mining, as, all other industries in the Ohio valley states, was seriously COMMERCIAL NOTES By Latest' Mail MARACAIBO, Venezuela. Regu lar freight service has begun between this place and New - Orleans, with steamers of the Seeberg line calling at other Carribbeau ports. GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador. The Uni ted States supplied Ecuador with 96 per cent of the kerosene imported during 1913. The country tfowpiw duces all 'thc crude ''petroleum requrr ed. 1 SAN JOSE, Costa "Rica. The popu lation of the leading" towns now are as follows: San Josfe, 33,900; Here- dia, 8000; Llmon, 7000; Cartago. 7000; Alajuela, 6260, and Puntarenas, 4850. years of petroleum and natural gas should also be considered. The coal mines of the country gave employment in 1913 to nearly thrco quarters of a million men 747.644. The average number of days worked by the bituminous miners in 1913 was 232, compared with 223 in 1912, while the average time made in the anthracite mines in 1913 was the best on reord 257 days for each man. The average r reduction per miner in the bituminous nines increased from 820 tons in 1912 to 838 tons in 1913, both being record breaking avenges, while anthracite miners increased their average from 4S5 tons in 1912 to 532 tons in 1913. 323,888 acres are suitable for culti vation. Only a little over 3.000,00:) acres arc made use of at present. Dividend atr.o.mting to $10,52 have been announced this week, viz: Hawaiian Sugar Co., 20c, or $30,000; Oahu Railway and Land Co., 65c, o 532.500: PeDeckeo Sugar Co.. $1, or $7500;. Alexander & Baldwin, 50c. 01 $25,000; Hawaiian Agricultural Co. 50c, or $10,000; Hawaiian Electric Co., I5cr ti542.s. .: t-.-.-r-M.' v HAVANA. Cuba. Trade with Cana da has increased from $813,000 in 1902 to $4,272,000 in 1913. A reduc tion In duty on" food products would tend to increase imports from the Do minion. VALPARAISO, Chile Chile con tains 187.148,166 acres, of which 23,- was conducted at the- Fifth Avenue Hotel,' and it was not '-an: uncommon sight to'see buying' and selling of se curities carried on in the financial dis trict, -with1 the "purchasers displaying large amounts of money and the brok ers handing over the stocks and bonds. Now, however matters are different. as the Stock Exchange has rules pro hibiting its members -from 1 buying or selling any stock or bond "listed" on the1 New York Stock Exchange except on -the floorof that' Institution. This rule did away with the possibility of ndiscrfminate trading in securities. and while there may have been isolated cases wherein stocks were bought and Marshall H. Webb, architect, at the last meeting of WaJalae, Kalmukl and Palolo Improvement Club exhibit ed plans for a building projected . at Waialae road and - Wilhelmina Rise avenue, to contain two stores, a mov ing picture theater and refreshment parlors, which will be fireproof throughout. Ho stated that an oppor tunity would be given to residents of the district to take stock ia the enter prise. ' .' . Waialae. Kaimuki and Palolo Im provement Club has taken up the mat ter of regulating the establishment of stores on residence street frontages. The legislation committee, of which T. M. Church is chairman, made a re port of progress last Thursday night. F.-E. Thompson and E. A. Douthitt, at torneys cn the committee, it was stat ed Mr. Douthitt being present fur ther elucidating the matter regarded tho question -ono of great difficulty, which could only be approached through restrictions of a polico na ture or building regulations. By eith er method the matter would have to be handled with delicacy in order not to transgress the rights of property as judicially interpreted. There is a certain preventative of the-evil, which must necessarily be employed when a new residence district is being cs- M A Little Light OX Till-: sriUKCT OK Kvrry Jioiisekcier Ims a re fri. monitor. She has had cxpfiienco in .-.kt'epinjc the hox at low tempcratunv and l lie effect npun iHoveiider t hat lias oversta yetl its leave. The eiTeet is imiltiplied in eases where the mercury registers lower and for a longer period as, for instance, the voyiVe fnmi the Australian Colonies during which 'meat is frozen stiff only to he thawed out when it reaches Honolulu and with it out goes the llavor aud the nutri ment.: . . , : Hslaimd Meats are kept in our .sanitary ..cooling room only. long enough to rid it of animal life. And meat goes to our customers full flavored ami firm, gaining in ..quality rather than de teriorating. L Metropolitan Meat Marliet Pliona.3115. Passengers Ring 498 1 ;.aud leave orders for baggage transfers. Honolulu Construction & Diaying Co., Ltd. sold yesterday. It is safe to say that no member of the Stock Exchange was tablished, in tho form of building re a party to any snch'transaction. strictiens placed in the deeds. 2UU Kingle aud- M "TT ttt TrrrrTTrmi mini rrTTTTTTTn Double in Stock.? 200 Miles of GALVANIZED FEN'CE FABniC on hand at A X T E L L'S 1048-50 Alakea St. P. O. Box 642. Phone 2515 The will "of Charles Hopkinv who Photographs from a reflector at died in Brooklyn ki 1895. has ivist been ! Lick Observatory , give indications of filed fcr probate by bi3 mother, Mrs-'luc existence or a satclite ct Jupiter, Catherine Hopkins, hitherto unrecognized. Ilia for future fortune is extended all who purchase lots in WE fay yourself the renfand on our eay-payraent plan you will soon be your own lari'llord and growing richer. This tract is properly located, near car line and center of town; plenty of artesi.111 water; pleasant" eurrounJ- ixigs, LOW PRICED SURE TO ADVANCE. Get in on the ground floor lefore prices advance. Only jj $50 down and $10 per month Torrens Title with eve rv l.ot. Call and ride out to property in our machine, or take Kin tailing Koad and walk up to the Tract. 'Street tar out to Hough- (OlisiSo roiiT sti:ei:t xeai: mmim'iiaxt