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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN TEDNESUAT,: APRIL IS, lDtf.'rF57'
o o J 0! 1 SUGAli LIARIIET GROVS STRONGER I Special'- Correspondence, Czarnikow , Hionda Company. 112 Wall Street) NEW YORK- N. Y March 3J. A CITY ELECTION TO TAKE PLACE OFJ PRESENT PLAN: PROCmiJ OUT Coptlnocd from page one) j od of eletticri of jpervisors is act inclnded In the artlnna made immfr tliA onihtlnr nr-f riru nnf tii th t - ., . .... . i. decidedly firmer and more active mar-j legislature or is vetoed by the gover j geem8 that even if fectmrt had hot ket has prevailed throughout the past ror and there ia rot, time to override jCD referred to In section 21 the wee a. Alter rennera ana opvraiuia me tcio mere can i" uo prociamauou had taken ah the sugars available at Issued and the present board remains 4Z0c to 4.C2Sc . I. at the close of last la office for ano'ber two years. If week the views of sellers were ma- the act does pass the election will bo beld under the prousioas of the ne charter. '111,, -".ii etlon provided for the year CLL1BS SHOULD (ill W HEUROES (Continued from page one) the saloon must sell liquor or go out of business. I do not believe that a parallel can be drawn between these BAmEOFfflRiI terially raised, so that at 4.75c c. f. S.77c) only a moderate quantity was obtainable. However, when 5c c. I. 6.02c) was reachedaside from sale elcftxtn i toclanations could be Issued I by reason of sections 140 and 21. Sec i tlcn 14? specifically provides that see- , tion 21 shall be In effect from the datd ! of the approval of the act 'as far aj i necessary fcr the purposes of the geu- TEACHES LESSON ly AmcuM rnul PARIS, Fratce. it was not until the battle of the Marne was at it a height when war munitions were runn ning low that the French government C0.4WO., ..d .w or pitj-3-3-w.'hS: clubs of Honolulu. . according . to statements made by The membership cf the various , Albert Thomas, Ministei of Munitions, club of Honolulu is made up of the in the Chamber of Deputies. M. very best of our business men; men i Thomas was speatlng In reply to who so in for outdoor exercise; men criticism of the conditions under as pro. It t ee nit 7, .k... r, th-r.at i,. fi,. Aft,, . 1 191 ana ticn Zl si-eones iiwt in there developed a greater accumula-, back had banded down .an opinion to . "J 7;" J J;" A", aixy previous level of values this week, re held under the ne charter bill- .cr Jatnf h J5?J2 '6,n ;and the slightly, easier tone which thK of coarse, only being possible if I .-f, f"'.;... naturally followed was responsible for, tb governor signed the bill in the!2,1 gh.ol,?fcbe 'ete4 at the 1917 e.ec- tAmnrmrv vt htlra I of rerlnein Drier time herore Ir vc b nerexkarr fn " "u i'1""" ho care for their bodily health; men v.ho aie mindful cf others be3ider themselves, and It Is from the ranks of these men that the Initiative should come when the question of giving up liquor drinking for the period of the war come j up for discussion and de cision. It has always been a great from the market. But oterators con- issue the election proclamation. tlnued to promptly absorb the small j The opinion handed down yesterday larce!s that were put forward at any 4 afternoon by Attorney General Staln concession, and at the close a sale of f tack on the provisions of the city April shipment Cubaa was made to charter bill relating to supervisors was refiners at 4.873c c. (. (5.89c). ther? prepaied at the re-jueu of President being further bdyers thereat, but only Chlllingtrcrth of the senate. a limited quantity available at '.C6c pei The attorney general holds that the lb. higher. ' . charter bill is not legally defective and week tons Cubas.. 20 and 000 tons tfon ; if would haVe added nothing to obstacle In the vray of prohibition In the act by specifically Including sec: Hawaii that the workingman could tlcn 6 with the ether sections made point his finger at the prominent clubs Immediately effective by section 140 Qt the city and truthfully say: They inasmuch as section 21 specifically in , want me to give up my beer and gin, eluding section 6 with the other sec- but they won't give up their highballs tions made Immediately effective by and cocktails. The time for this kind section 140 inasmuch as section 21 of discrimination has gone by.. This is specifically refers to section 6 and the very time and day when every Total reDorted' transactions' of 'the 'that It does not appear Ko be in con-4ction 21 .can only be construed Jnan can do his i bit, in some form or. eek ire iith SbSTof 7oSJ'. Wet- with sections 3 and 4. Revised connection with section 6." ot5f,r- Su,r!ly me? !re fT fcwho r re in ia Ddjauoruwu i iv.wv , --.-f, .v.iii....,. ,... I reallr feel that they lust must have noa tnn Pnrtrt Kleni . , icimuuk iu uuic iua i ' . 1 1. i -i.il . i i- . r ncnpreferentlals, on ; w UCVUU1C ouh&ivtj. a i ah uoUtIon J was ad- 01 me opinion is in iofija ' which the spot . vanced 7c per The buslnesi in Porto RIcos was at ' prices, advancing from-S2c to B.64c K to 5.77c delivered in New York." - .; A very active domestic demand" for refined" sugars, together with an eager foreign' Inquiry for the same product. come in contact with a club bar.. I which war materials had been guppil? ed to the French army. Frctn the asset t.'ons, it appears that the French Dejwrtment had estimat ed be'ore the war that it would be necesary far sUite arsenals to produce not more than ) 3,000 shells a day. In the belief that the conflict would be short, no provision whatever was made for the production of explosives during the hostilities.: I When it was discovered, during the battle of the Marne, that this estimate was insufficient, Alexandre Millerand, the Minister of War, summoned to L'orde ux the heads of all manufactur ing establishments' available and or - ganized them into groups for the rapid urcduction of Z inch Ehells. Neither the government nor ; the manufacturers had then any basis for m a. i a i 'ii t were i nrlnelnal Cauaes of the' ad- w lD general eiecuon provia- rance in prices. Business for export, j ed for the e" lt" ,s V'f- howeverj has been restricted by tha mentary rule thal-the primary basis - ' reincUnce of United States Teflners ef ' interpretation cf the. law is;to as t' " to enter . Into commitment for theicertaIn the Sislative Intent and auch -' shipment of large quanUUea during intent should not be defeated by too ' i the nexjt two or three months, owing J trict' a construction. ' For the pur- to Ihelr Inability to find Cuban sellers I PBe oi ascerwmmg aucn mieni we of the distant deliveries of raws it courts very often resort to legislative would be necessary to simultaneously Hournals and facts outside of ,the lan- Rerafientative Andrews, father of the me act unner discussion provides: original measura. who blames the up- cn July l, 1917,1 excep 21 and 37 to 5C, tooth be In effect from the act as tar as necessary tor the pur purchase as cover against such sales of refined, The. only factual sale Ye ported for export this week consisted cfVl 0,000 -tons that Canadian teflners are understood to hate booked at the basis of 6.23c f. o. b. ;r, , , . . As regards Cubaa, only very slight transactions hare been made for April shipment at 4.50c to 4.55c f. o. b. En quires for .May-June shipment', have been plentiful, but Cuban holders have displayed no desire to sell so far . . . ... a . ii ( iaa i uii f. av i n uu m. a lalt.to the dcor of the senate py: k f f . h arp a t ri?.aring the co?ts. manv men In the clubs of the citr.'con1I"cn8 ana th wl.lingly subscribe right now to i uci J uvurc ivi nviuuis uio viu ivma K . .m .t tut- l.t jt i r tllhatfsectlop i, irtldt, ZZ. 2Z1UZ ZlZ'l Inclusive -la'hafi T. ; - i . , u ' me humuvu w uiuui fijm uume iu ffiit-o'r kr -thfWl Ahdrews ay that, if the governor therm I do riot, for a moment, fear the approval oi uiis u-ij.. h. Kin . Tr- .t- v ... ,i f uuiua ai im Lur: uiu. aiiu. iuu m.A iuu l a . iiiik ai.a.jr in iiim a i r iiihii iirn tetter than either, BOCKUS. guage of ftne act However, In 1 the present case,, without golri"g: outside the language of the act itself there can' be little ooubt of the legislature's Intent that this act should take, effect from the date of. its approval as. far at necessary for the purpose of the gen eral election provided for .the year 191?.' :': "iAf, ;to .-, the argument that section C, trovldlng for the number and .meth- pijres, the rnatter cooid be taken Intd Cept; total abstinence right now is court' to compel the issuance or a new V. II. .' ' Mass. Meeting to Explain Situation 7 A maW meeting for. the punxise ot explaining to the people of the. city and-county cf Honolulu, the conditions under . which the : candidates will be elected at the. primaries, will be. called by . Mayor John C XUane for Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock., at jAala park. ' "I. deem it advisable at this tlmo to appear before the . people tov ex? plain what . wculd ; be wthe , yrubable : ' C. G I : l' ' J II a I . REPORTS MHRSX' The exceptional great need of Immediately replenishing the supply, M. Thomas said, accounted for the ab normal Drices ard for the fabulous profits reaped by the manufacturers, j ' Three. inch sheiL at that time cost the government fifteen: rrancs each. Today I they are purchased, at prices ranging from six, francs and fifity centimes to crn frinf. anI -Hfti- rontim pq I The iFrench War " Department ha3 placed 64,000 contracts of artillery, projectiles end explosives since Sep- . tember. 1914. M. Thomas said. All . munitions producing plants in France, he added, have been under the control ot the state from the beginning. Re plying to, deputies who demanded that all industries able tn contribute to the national defence should be requisi- t' l .'. Spent SI 7M0 for Advertising in Order to Soil r.loro Milk. " the CHEEimtivB ff New York Con sumers did not un derstand the prob lems tliat influence the price of milk. Dairymen had to sell more milk in order to nnlnce the overhead and mince milk prices to the consumer. fJThe Same - Princi ple a p pi i e s in all business. f Increase your quan- V : :v;y tity of business and yon can reduce your relative expense . ' ; '' ' ' ; 7. fj And Better Satisfy your customers. : This Can be done by n consistent uArapaijn of . advertising. . i-..--. v. :.;-vv .'.'.? ' :","..; Paid Publicity Pavs. So nvtrvy vnexpecteel Bnnj tjdde.d joy to life Hy boss juV got some L?ol cm hetr Kim coming now. The net paid circulation of the ( A HC Star-Bulletin on March (i was v'lvO for the primary election, under, the bid charter was Issued today,.' . he added. ahead.. It has been reported here this tir grinding Beason, little i at. time, ing for the. coming crop which Is an weea mat uniiea Kingaom purcnasea i cd . vv, 25,000 tons of White Javas for prompt f nearly all . the damaged cane with shipment. I practically .negligible loss . being at;s- Cabled aavlces rectlted today from!tJned- n 018 other hand, fbe,mucH Caba;sUte that yeryeav rains are larger .amount involved this aeaspn be falling in various western sections of 8 all burned within -a comparatively the island. Recent .reports give thelho1 period.. tho. great bulk of t has Political situation as Improved, but .-own irreirievaoiy iosi me lactones. cause dis organization. He accepted a proposal for : a . regime under which the state would exercise a control and share In date that the burning of cane fields fin continues. .. In comparing the ; t -.r.tfty cf rr.e. burnt, this year-with '1. c puLUi.l.iw figures cf 113,811 tons cf cane similarly affected last cam l airn. attention - might .well be . called to the fact that It is only in cases .where burnt cane. is left ungrouhd for , ir ore than ten days that it sours and becomca worthless. Consequently, as Isst year's burning spread over the en- through laVk of time to cut and grind it before Jbx.'malerlaUy, tion. i 1 . '.ftv This, great destruction ot cane. wiU undoubtedly Increase expenses of cul tivation during tho summer months, as the farmers must necessarily devote aU .their energy and financial re sources to the rehabilitation. of their burnt fields, and do little, if any, plant- ' -That the -outbrealLof disease amon & i SKS cattle bnTKaUf is anthrax was learned tioned. bf the government. M. Thomas Z J' iiSiSai the Garden Island. naiu a,Aiv uijui i vrvtaAAi.tajAi If H4LI1II1IEII Ilf. I't JIJ III Ilfl lit' lilt MLKU LI V . the 8Ur-Bulletin down to 1 :Z0 this ! - Tfae governm ;nt has established ten afternoon,', Dr. Norgaard was said to new found: ics since September, 1914.' and lias, enlarged eictteen others. It Iti-m not to be overlooked when esU- Pth whom he conferred this morning uefeioea in ine otoaie. .mj&:$i$ cost first had believed 'Jt to be. made." trading In sugar futures on the New York Coffee, and Sugar Exchange. has been very active this week; at steadily advancing prices. V Today's closing bids of 'April. Oc: May. 4.97c; June, decomposition $tartjed, there- 0Zci Jul-o.08c;v August, 542c;; Sep; laUyTeducinHhfeirHsroduc'v tember, "Mlet OctobelOc; Novem' iv: - - : . .. ' '' I Jnr ' K MU-' 1ofettihT A RSe. ' anil JTonti- I. ' V1. ' -V; . T..k . : --.,-- ...t' ranging from .28c In January to .36c In October. The receipts for the week at' the three Atlantic Dorts were . 7iB6S tons. compared with 72,390- tons last year ana sb,! vuna ui -istr-- " 1.? r ..; ' ; H' . : :? ' ' : :i5L-'',TyrT'. - .-"(J - iVX''' - rv - W averaser ; Secretary Otis F. Hall of the Murine Eye Remedy Co. writeV to the Honolulu StarrBulletin as follows: "It af fords me pleasure as wpresentmg the Murine interests to state thatour puhlidty in the in establishinij a very fair demand for Murine in Hawaii. This is one case where we have been able to trace firecf 4 ' Murine Contracts Are Always Renewed. nounce the, birth of a daughter at their home in Kalihi-uka last night Grape Hamilton Ferguson has filed in. federal court a petition for naturali zation as. a United States citizen. She is a Britisher from. Brazil. aiisa Agnes Botelho and Johii A. DrakeiWerpi married Monday by Rev. Fr. Jl. , Valentin! : August Botelho and Angelo Botelho were, witnesses. ! - BAR IS HEARD. LESS THAN 75 CENTS CBt Aisoclatwl Pxeul PARIS, . France. Artificial legs made, from papier macbe and costing j less, jiajt, 75. cents, each are being sup plied to wounded sofaier ' m Paris , hospitals. .The paper legs, which are; the invention . cf a Danish . surgeon, are merely for temporary use, but ' with care, will last from six months' to, 4 year.,' They are made, on tha . spot, can be used a fortnight after the -amputation and obviate the necessity j of crutches while the patient IS'COu valesclng. , . , , . , A hospital orderly can cut out, fit and complete a paper leg for a patient j In about half an hour. , The work taken ( a aay, to ary ana set, ana may oe usea the next day. by" the Invalid". WE ANNOUNCE ANOTHER EXCURSION AT TH: INCLUSIVE RATE OP ' " - SOoOO Lzave H6noKilu Wednesday 10 a. m. - - ; RETURN SATURDAY 7X mT ' ; Stop-oVer Privileges Granted " - Reservations and Tickets . - Iiiter-Islahd Steam Navigation Co:; Lt Phone 4941 Qneen Ctr; vAs a substitute measure for two bills Introduced , 14 the senate to provide against the' practise of law bf corpora tions, a bil waa Introduced by the sen ate judiciary committee this afternoon. The ew bill follows the same general f tenor as me omer Lines them and compromise between both sides.. Spirited v argument against the pro posals mad In the ether, two. bills was held this morning betwipn represents tiv.es of, trust companies, and lawyers. The judiciary committee . recommends the . adoption of the substitute ;toea siirc. " ' ; " :- - er measures, but com-j - For th6 Tcclli and 3IoTjth is said to be nearer a Cisiht6 the tifiyCrevices the tooth oowder or paste can't always reach; Reduces .spongy, bleeding . Cures., , Makes, the mouth' proof against disease gertns. Neutralizes mouth , secretions cools and re freshes. Use rtitht and imorning. , ' - At kit Dnutitft. 2S - N t fHflut Award rraSMarfaciiic Exptsitjoa GET THESE FACTS! -When you want facts, ask those who know by personal Investor "Opinions of Well Known Physicians . and Osteopaths Regarding Chin: tic" and "Clinical Experience with Vertebral Subluxations, by Dr. Tat are free, at addresses given below. .. ' . W. C. WEIRICK, D. r ' F. C. MICHTON, O. ,C, ( 424 Bsretania St. 204-205 Bosttfrt Bids. Palmer (Parent); School Grad. ' Pacific College Crad. mm Most Complete Line of Chinese Goc:l: V'r:::.-:- ' V' At ' ' 1 V - ; FOli G INN CO j Honolulu's Leading; Chinese Ciirio Stc: . 1152 Nunanu St., near Patahi k' ... ...... ., . .. .,.7 Mm, 9 a. Km. aiad r mm :. ,ii o ., O ' -v "4- .3 i -j- : - . i. : and now she's ready for a day of real work, iSIie found aa.. you .. will-fthat. -iloing the family; washing is iun, wnii a. 4 -v , v- ' , Electric WadhihTi M i . a acliilie It will open your eyes to possibilities of household economy ytiu never dreamed ofv The THOU solves the E6"nant problem saves toil iave time saves ; the. clothes. .(Jtiaranteed io wash daintr laces beau tifully clean without injury. Vou can get it on i EASY P A Y II E N T S ! ' T7T7 IBS mi7CLZ2:2: i .''' . , . 'wV::---.Viri 9 -r - - J f. ......vii'-..--:-.-..v..-.- .-