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EVES'INO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SAYUMUY, ADO. 28, 1469.
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take paint off the boards
nor eat intd the cuticle
as some cleansing pre
i just pure soap with an
ingredient that gets to
the dirt and removes it
without tiring the
Any grocer should be
able to supply you If
yours cannot do so ring
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THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
Bromide Enlarging Ar'
i O O small
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
, Kotlronicnt of buyers from the
market for (he time Delng and the
death of Chas. M. Cotfke nr'e the tlls
tlnctlve features of the basinets dur
ing the week just pasted. The tines'
tton will naturally be naked whether
there la any connection between the
weakening o( the market' anil tha
demise of the admittedly strong
leader of business and finance
There Is none. Mr. Cooke, bo far
nu financial power was concerned,
was to Kuwait what llnrrlman or
Morgan are to the mainland, but Tie
did not exercise that power In any
such manner ns the malnhindcrs.
Furthermore Mr. Cooke was known
to bo steadily falling for weeks, and
previous to tho stroko that finally
ended his life ho had passed the ac
tive administration of his ninny
business affairs and alliances over to
his sons and younger associates.
Tho weakness of the stock mar
ket during the latter part of tho
week and in tho faco of an advance
In the prico of sugar was 'simply ono
of those calm spots that must occur
In n market ns limited 'ns ours, In
which the peoplo'go out of the mar
ket to tako n breath. Theynro all
supplied, ami tho activity will not
leturu until perhaps tho first of the
month, when mora dividend money
will conio In and thcro may be somo
chango from ono security to another.
Although the stock market has
lieon dull and teccdlng the last two
da j a of the week, It was not without
Its evidences of strength and new
developments. The Bale of a large
block of Hawaiian Commercial to
coast pcopleat 34.50 was n feature,
and also tho sale of $25,000 of Hllo
Hallway bonds at 99, an advance
from 98, showed that the tendency
Is still forward, and that tho Island
securities are well thought of
abroad and the new enterprises nre
Among tho popular stocks, Wala
ttin, after advancing-to 11C and sell'
ing strong at that figure, dropped
out of the markot, and the quotation
but no stock camo out nt that figure,
but no stock cunie ou nt that figure,
nor is It likely to. With nn advanc
ing augar prlqo this stock will prob
ably go to 120 unless the agents
give out fcomo statement that will
"bear" the market, and this seems
hardly probable, as the property Is
In splendid condition.
Oahu nnd Kwa have held their
usual place on the list, although
tho trading is not so active as In
picvlous. weeks. I'lonccr Is advanc
ing nnd has reached 190 asked and
apparently strong nt that figure.
Thero is considerable bidding for
Honknn from tho coast, but thus far
It has been below the local figure of
Inter-Island took n tumble thin
week, falling off fiom 111 to 103IGO
ou a sale o'f seven shares, and.' for
no apparently good reason. Ilrew
cry stock Is strong nt 23 3-t: l'lno
npplo Is not to bo ha. The salos of
such hlgh-prlccd stocks as Hawaiian
Agricultural, Hawaiian Sugar, Ono-
men and tho llko nro few and far be
tween. Tho course ot tho Inexpen
sive stocks' Is peculiar. Olaa and
Mcltryde offer better oportunltles
for making money on an advance
than anything in tho market, yet tho
crowd has such n memory of former
occasions that It takes only n nibble
nnd then quits. One hundred Mo
ll ry do sold on Thursdny nt 3.7fi,
which Is a very low flguro, for It
Mcllrydo is not Worth moro than
this flguro It Isn't worth anything.
Tho name may be said of Bales of
Olaa at 4. SO. Doth of these planta
tions promlso well, as they are mak
ing headway over their Indebtedness,
but tho knocker cannot withhold
from taking it out on these old-time
Money is very plentiful. As a
matter of fact It Is moro than like
ly that some day tho banks will havo
to consider tho reduction of the In
terest rate on deposits.
Ono ot the happy features of tho
situation Is that the little man, tho
small doaler, Is doing well. Ono of
tho leading banks of tho city Is re
potted nu having nn Increase of
over $500,000 In Its small deposits
ns compared with tno samo perlo.l
last jour. Thlu Is the best Indica
tion of tho times that could bo had,
Tho Planters' Association has ox-
pended probably more than $250,
oflo In wages paid to strike break
ers since the middle' of May. This
Is the greatest dividend tho mer
chants of Honolulu' ever had, and
many of tho small dealers are square
wth their Bupply houses for tho"
first time In years.
Ai tides of incorporation of the
To jo Sake llrowlng Company were
filed with the Treasurer this week.
and foreshadow the development of
a local sake industry to supply the
market. Tho Incorporators arc 8.
Yoshlmasu, M. K. doto, M. Kcmcya,
Y.uklchl Ishll nnd V. Kubagttshl. The
capital stock Is fixed at $10,000 with
a $200,000 limit. This ought to
prove n successful Industry.
The new pineapple cannery at
Ahulmanu was started up this week
wkjh fitting' cerohiony and every
thing nt the new pineapple ranch Is
running In fine shape. The plant
was put up by John Stair and the
pines taken from the fields of the
Macfarlane ranch are the finest to
be had on this .Island.
The Promotion- Committee; reor
ganized this year Jiy retaining nil
Its old members from both the
Chamber of Commerce' nnd the Mer
chants Association t At this week's
meeting tho (al'k was of new hotels
to nccommodato the' Increasing num
ber of tourlstB expected this winter'.
Thus fur there is no let-up In tire
summer tide of, tourists that has
come this way. , Ttje hotels are' do
ing well and with' , the coming of
tho Coftgressmon ; ,'ajid tho 'cruiser
fleet they will undbub'tedly , be' taxed
tq ho limit ns nodoubt many of
tho officers' wives yilM come to Ho
nolulu as" the fleetf remains In .this
port nearly a montH longer here In
fact than at any other port la the
fhe' Federal -survoy.. of -the rfahu
lul httrbor has been under tho direc
tion of Khglncer Qulnn. Trio Gov
ernment's ' friar! or the' building of
this harbor Is quite different from
that proposed1 by Territorial authori
ties. It' Is ' planned to have the
docks' airing side the breakwater Ink
stead of jutting out Into' (he har-
btot front the' snore I trie, of the har
bOr as at present.
Tho old Ookala plantation has
taken new life' under the name of
tho Knlwlkl' Sugar Company, for
Which articles of Incorporation were
filed this week. Tho incorporators
nro F. M. Swnnsty, T. Cllve Davles,
0 forge F. Davles, B. II. Wodehouse,
and A. Mdgate. The capital stock
Is. $400,000 with tho privilege of
extension to n million. Par value
of shares $20.
Attorney General Hemenwar has
taken action for damages against
the Watluku Sugar Company for en
croachment on the public highway.
The plantation has fenced .In ,what
is claimed for a public road .arid
planted It in cane. Tho test,Wlll be
watched with Interest.
Cane contracts fnr tb cultivation
of areas at 013 n by Spaniards were
tiled with the Keglstrar this week
and scrvod ns a reminder that tho
Spaniards brought hero by the
Hoard of Immigration are very do
Tax Assessor Wilder dias ieent a
noto to Mayor Fern asking .him to
do what he can to have tho em
ployees of the County pay their
taxes. Tho delinquents Will prom-
ably be put through a course of
In this connection A. L. C. Atkin
son leaves on Monday fOr llarblrr
where he will look Into the proposed
Husslan Immigration. So far as
the public knows the Kuropenri lm
nilgrntlon Is dead, .nltliough the
Hoard ot Immigration IS receiving
loiters from Agent Campbell re
garding his progress, Mr. Campbell
ought 15 bo In Madeira by this tlmo.
The last tho public heard of hint ho
wus In London trying to got rates
from the American-Hawaiian Hue
for regular transportation uoross tho
Isthmus of Tchnantcpec. The Flll-
plno Immigration Is proving very
successful. Nearly every steamer
pi r ';"
from the Orient Is bringing n good'
number of these people and at Ka
huku where they were first tried out
Manager Adams reports very favor
ably on them. The last lot went to
Walulua and the one previous went
Three members ot tho Federal
Commission of Immigration will ar
rive here ott Friday by the Alameda.
This sUb-commlttee of the Commis
sion headed by' Senator Dillingham
will spent two weeks In the Islands
and during their stay will hold pub
lic meeting's to hear all that may,
be said op the question ot so grcat
Importance to the Islands. It is
presumed that tho local people will
present a plea for an exception to'
the present Immigration laws so ns
to allow the Immigration Hoard to
operate with funds contributed di
rect by corporations, although this'
demand Is not ns great as formerly,
on account ot the' discovery that a.
special tax can be levied by the)
Legislature and provide for tho lm-'
migration through Territorial ap
Major Creo has asked that the
city Improve the oads' In (he vicin
ity of Fort Rugcr bo as to give the
Coast Artillery men a good road out
of their camp. The Mayor visited
tha camp on Friday And the Major's
request wlllj no doubt be granted.
Finals Hems In the consolidation
of the Mutual Telephono Company
and tho Wlroless Telegraph Com
pany were fired up this week, nnd
the wireless Is now operating as. a
department of the telephone coin--pany.
, Telephone progress looks
very promising. Word was received
this week thnt tire conduits for the
underground wires would be here
Oct. 6, meanwhile all the prelimin
ary, work is being' done fo that the
vjork will gcr.wlth a rush when It
U pnee started There Is some talk
of, tho Standard Telephone company
objecting to the digging up of tho
streets by tb. Mutual but nothing
appears , to come of It. An ordinance
Is being framed to require a fee of
one dollar for or permit to dig .every
nolo, made In the street by any cor
poration. This wll probably go
through'., " ,- ,
H. P. llaldwln gave the home In
vestment Idea a good boost this
week while" he was" Itr town by an
nouncing that Its' intends to carry
on extensive. expe'rhrient 'In cotton
cultivation on MaUt under thtr di
rection of thtr Federal Experiment
Station. Mr.. Baldwin seconded the
motion for hotmj Investment for" the
surplus funds of Hawaii's prosperity.
Calls for the final bonds ot the
Pain and Talku flldnthdotia we're
published this week, Aloxander &
Baldwin state that they art Willing
to take up , bonds previous1 to tho
ditto when Interests, expire If the1
holders so desire.
I - - ',
One ot thd fresh events of the
week hs been the Arrest df Hono
lulu traveling safeifriftfi Id Hllo.
Some of the Hllo'. Wise men claim
that as' the" merchandise of (ravel
ins salesmen licenses are now col
lected by trio counties! the license
should, be paid 'breach salesman In
each, County, Just what wise at
torney Inventedi this' Idea Is, not
known, but If the technicality of
the law ns It now stands allows this
thing to be done, It Is a fool pro
position at .best from a practical
standpoint. ' '
Tho real cstato markot Is rather
quiet for tho present, althoiiKh there
Is a continuous demand for small
homdsj and good rentals. Manager
(luar of tho Real Estate Exchange ro'
ports that thcro are a number of buy'
ors In tho market for small Investment
irroportlea ranging from $1R00 to $3000
seeking a gross Income of IS per cent.
Bulldlnt Pffmrts for Weak Ending
It. Mlyuta & Co., paint shop, parti
tion; II SO. Ai(R. 20.
llunolu) uOrlck & Stouu Co., house
26x40; $150, Auk. 24.
OeorKu K. ilubbcll, cossjiool. Aug.
Cliu Chum Wali, alterations and re
al rB. Aug 2S.
Chas. J. tlroud, house, Kamakvla
I. anu; $800. Aug. 28.
Curl Klemmc, bakery, King street;
I3SU0. Aug. 28.
Curing tho week beginning Aug, 20,
tho following i porsoiis woro Issued
plumbing permits: Y. Takadano, Won
1 B. fl. House and Lot; Ale wa.S 200
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai-
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa-
3B. Ri House nnd Lot, St.
Louis School 1,123
etc., etc., etc.
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapaloma 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bid. 74 S. King St.
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,on when we say it will be. We
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TorrfORT and KINO Sts.. Ho? Alain
I.oul Co., Gehrlng & Outzku Co., M.
Aklmoto, F, Matsulshl, V, Matsulslil,
Cheo Foon Keo, J. Mattos, Jr., B. W.
Qulnn, K. It. Hath, Kwong Chang, Fun
Keo, Kuiiueluth & Co., F. Santos.
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We" want the snlall
property owner or
investor to sec how
much it is to his
advantage to do
business through a
trust company. Call
lun we tin serve
A consultation will cost
Bishop Trust Co.
A Man Earns
A Gas Stove
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BLDO.
Expert -work nt moderate nriccs.
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Alexander Young Bldp.
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SHIPPERS and FAMILY
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Buildius;, Fort St. $0
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