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.EVKNINO nUMiETIN; HONOI.UMJ, T. ir,8ATUItl)AY, SUIT. tslOOD
Thre never was a better
soap used than ours be
cause it gets down to
wood and removes the
dirt covering with less
trouble and muscular
effort than any other.
Is used the world over
because it is true to the
advertisements & It
cleans and cleans well.
You can get it at your
grocers- or from.
Spreckels Bid., '
TOi ' QUALITY, COMFORT
J$F$ w -AH "'"J 'features
A'JifV ;? in Regal Shoes. The
M(i: wearing quality can
B. vsv. Tobasco. Black Kintr
MpEki. l(&a swing last with per-
yHIkA. foratcd toe and Mill
BQ Ccme, try on a
HflB Wc Maintain Best
---OP mul Quickest Shoe Re-
$3.50 & $1C0. pair Shop in Town.
Regal Shoe Store, cor. King and Bethel
Business Suits for $25.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES,
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per, "Alameda" at
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 J.udd Building. Fhone fJ55.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
IMrn dividends mid Indications nT
(illiciH li.iH' litnilshod Ihe feature of
Iho week ll( buslnou) tli.it lias bucn
iibsofutoly rioo fimii tlio slightest
lingo of CXCllUlliellt..
If theru In onu thing for which thl.)
ToriltoryNuul this city will lie noted
il Ih the amount of prosperity that can
Ijo absorbed mul the Jitulnoss coin
niiinlty nut turn n liafr. i
Tlio Block lint has been quiet to ill-'
must dull Judged liy tlio standards uf
tlio pant six mouths, hut remarkably
net lu when lined up. with (ho leconl
of a year ago.
HIUH-CLASS FAFEB-IIANGIIIG. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL JOINTING. !fi
' SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 337.
Bwn has advanced during tliu week
r ml closed with 3('V. hhl. Ilnwalluti
Agricultural tins nlso advanced under
llm Itillueiiro of 214 Inches of rain in I shows how much the industry of tlio
mul ;i now rccoid will undoubtedly lie
established liy tlio Inland c.innciics.
Il Id untlclpatvil that the pack will
tench fully 520,uu0 eaten. There In
suing of Inet year's pack jet In tlio
warehouse, ami Mr. Dolu says thai
the present consumption will liuvu lu
li doubled, In order lu tuku euro of tliu
rupply now on li.iiul. Ho does not look
on the future an a pessimist hut conn
rels that It Is proper to act with caution.
Ono of Iho very significant features
of the plucnpplo development Ik Iho
estimate mailo liy one who ought to
know, that something like fifteen linn
died Japanese workmen will ho fno
to go Into the cano Holds when thu
pineapple crop Is llr.li.lied. Tlilo
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPT". 13
LIVING. SPEAKING. SINGING, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
PRICES ., 25c. 15c and 10c.
Kan mid the Incieaso of 1(k dividend
to two per rent per month. Mnkavvcli
holds strong and nono can lie hail loss
than CO although Iho ICxchango quo
latlou KoeH IhioilKh Ihe unties of piu
tenting 47 old. Ilonokaa lias held
level but does not approach us nearly
to par an many hail expected. This
plantation In. expected to pay a illvl
i'ciiI, or wan expeeted to do bo when
the lahor tumbles threatened nml put
Mi end to the plan. What Is now In
mind anions llicyiperntora of Iho prop
erty Ih not known. Onomea cannot
he had leBK than SO. It would prob
ably go higher If the directors of the
in-opetty wcio not bo erratic in their
dividend policies. It is paying 4 per
rent now, hut there Is no tolling what
"small farmer" Is being operated by
Iho white or citizen labor nnd II also
I roves how dependent the minor In
dustries ore upon the labor hroimht to
tlio Islands by or for tlio Biigar plant
ers. Tlicro Is much food for thought
lu this situation.
can shipping lu these waters.
The Kteiitner (Jueeu will piob.ildy bo
chartered to carry Ihe Shrlnsrs of is
lam Templo who, to the number of
two hundred, will come to Honolulu
mid llllo early In November.
Immigration matters appear to bo
progressing favorably. Mr. Atkinson,
who Is on. the Itiissluu mission, cables
his arrival In Harbin, and he will pre
sumably bo heard from soon as head
ed this way. after bavins made u tlioi
pugh Investigation of the possibilities
of obtaining Itusslan families for set
tlers. Mr. Campbell ls supposed to bo
In Madeira overseeing Ihe Immigrants
assembling to .come on the- steamer
It will lis paying ii year hence. Oalm clinrlee;! ,by lip Uojii,of fmmlgra-
ou the other hand lias held very even, Hon
advancing a Traction toward the end
of tho week. The "crop of this planta
tion Is not otf but It will probibly bo
t'olricfifont v.lfii thls'nuistu'c work of
our own people, Senator Dillingham,
Mr. Wheeler and l'rof. Mollis of Iho
handled with moio despatch during Immigration Commission bJYel11'0",
the coining weeks iui-1 Manager Hull making n very seaiclilusntstlgiiUliii
wpi,i6ij)! n rerun! wlthj! laboi" rbort-JInGi-'Oio puenf (VlirhV or nur IsTunil'
age that will in.iko some of his auto-1 Immigration Vrid Its ! futufo needs.
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i-ioin-er is Biruiig in wnai inese men win report', in. oeiiuii ," " ... ... ... ,....
again the center of of tho Islands cannot bo forecast, but '"' occupied by the Iltillollii
Clarence II. Cooko lias been elected
to tho presidency of tho Hank of lln
wall, made vacant by the death of his
father, Ihe lato C. M. Cooke. Mr.
Cooko Is the youngest' bank president
and manager Hawaii lias over had
nnd tits elevation to this post again
rhovvs that Hawaii Is the land of the
J onus man.
Contracts liavo been called for Iho
road-bed construction of Ihe Hupld
Transit lino to Pcnrl Harbor. Tho
concrete bridge construction will bo
c'one by the company.
11. V. Wood sails next week for tho
Orient on n senil-vacatloii that will in
clude n visit Iq, tho leading Imi-'Iii-jsj
organizations of the Orient unci Aus
tralia and New Zealand.
The Charles Ilrewcr Kstale On Wed
nesday signed up Ihe final papers of
tlio leaso from Iho Ils!iop IMato of
tlio property now occupied by th
II it 1 1 o 1 1 u office. It Is tho plan ot
tho Ilrewcr Kstnlo to build u It:o
wnrehouso In tho rear of their IV t
BlVeet olocfc Villi nh ulley similar to
that back of tho Young I Intel and
elates look up.
187. Wnlaliia Is
interest au.l sold at llfi'j with tlio
dividend paid. There is a general be
lief that Walnlua must put out moro
money to Its stockholders between
now mitt tho first of tho year. Whether
this will bo done In tho form of an
extra dividend or nn Increase of( tho
'egiilar, dividend Is not made public.
Hawaiian plnrapplo has sold im high
us ZS though it dosed tho week with
2'Vi bid. llllo Hallway bonds are
selling well at pur.
The sugar crop will bu finished lu
u few vCoefcfl now, Wtilnluu Is onu of
tho lust lo finish grinding and Is emp
will bo nil taken off some tlmo tho
coining week. Oahit nnd Honolulu
plantations mo or course behind on
account ot the laborv'troiibles. Tho
lotnl crop will bo one of tho best tlio
Islands have turned out mul tho aver
ago ot prices Ihih been remarkably
good. According lo all Indications tho
pi Ico of stisur will hold up well In Iho
coming ear. Cuba of courso controls
our.inailjet, but Its ciop next season
will not lie much larger than for the
.ono Just passed, mid the Kuropcuif'
beet sugar sboilagu is u reality lo bo
Announcement, of mi Increase of
monthly dividends for tliu lemulnder
of tho calendar year nieiins that a nlco
sum will lie added to tliu total of div
idends paid out by tlio corporations,
listed on tlio Honolulu Block and Horn!
Kxclinngo. Tlio totul of regular month
ly dividends with Iheso nuvv ones of
Onomea mul Hawaiian Agricultural
added amount to $005,050, mid Is made
up im follows:
Dividends Payible on 30th.
', Iliewer & Co 10,000
1 4 Uvvu I'lantiitlon 50,000
2 Wnlnmimlo Plantation. 0300
', Hawaiian r.lectrle .... 3,730
1 ; Olowalu 1,600
". 7 llonii. H. & Malting Co.. 3,iM)0
Ii i Inter-Island B. N, Co. . . 11,230
1 , Kuhiiku I'laiitullon ... 5,000
2 " Havvalan Agile. iCo. .. 21,000
1 Havvn. I'liuupplu C. .. 4.000
Dividends Payable on 15th.
pj,, Hawaiian 'Sugar Co. ., 30,000
2 X Oalm Sugar, Co 72,orto
', OalnfUallwuy &"U Co. 30,000
1 ', I'epeekeo Su'iir Co. ... 7,500
Vi Walnlua Agrlc. Cc '22,600
Dividends Payable on 10th,
20 I'aiiuhaii Sugar Co S 20,000
3 ',' Wiiltuku Sugar Co. ... 45,000,
2flc HiitclilliMili S. P. Co. ,; 20,11)0
Dividends Payable on 5'th.
Vfiv Hawaiian Commercial .5 ho.uoo
1 Omnium Sugar P. Co . . 40 000
14' Honnmu Sugar I'lln". .. 10,250
Dividends Payable on 5th.
2 "Haiku Sugar Co J 10.000
2 ? I'nlu Sugar Co 1 1 000
2 Z I'loncer Mill ...... .... 15000
it Is certain that they have covered a
wide territory, mid gone into facts mul
flgur.es In ferret style. They cannot
full t'o notice tlio fact that Huwull be
ing the .fmthest removed from ICuro
pean Immigration centers of ilay place
under the Anierttan nag, Is entitled to
some consideration.! .
Hawaii's Congressional giksts sail
on the Mongolia for their homes after
tbrco weeks loin lug thu li'.inds. They
have bud exceptional vvctillier mid Iho
progrunT has been carried out in a
most satisfactory manner all along
(he line. Tho people have eliji'je'l Ihe
visit Immensely and have pro n ted by
tho uilvlco glvenn'bVlho Conietniien.
What Iho visitors think, the) may or
may not have told, but undor-nny cir
cumstances they liavo hud tho oppor
tunity to gain thylr knowledge llrst
hand mid tlicro is not ilu lightest
doubt that the Territory nnd thu Na
tion will prollt (mm thu vttli. All tho
members speak fiivoinbly of, tlio need
for developing our harbor J so (hat
each island shall, liavo lit least one
piolecled sirt. In tho liulH" of foi
tllleatUms, Jliu seiitlmenl m uuaulni
ous wllh Ihe possible exception of
Unit Prince of l'oacu, I)r. Ilulholdt
that thu Isluuls, paitlcularly . C'.iliu
shall bu forfeited to make a strong
hold bccuud to none lu the world.
Lulldlng. Tlio building facing on King
ttrect will bo for offices. Tho work In
the rear may begin Immediately hut
as (ho 11 it 1 1 e 1 1 ii lensu does' not e
plro till well into next year active
building operations will hardly begin
beroro Iho latter part' of l'.ilO. It Is
i.nderstood that the Urower. Kstate
has assumed a very high glenoid leiu
from the lllshop Cxtuto, but all iho
rental space Is taken up.
Weak znd Eihwslcd Atacst r.catfy
to Surrender and Ccaco Flei'i
the Battle of Lite.
If your blood
poorly nnd your
weak ; if you
with stomach out
of order, and havo
muscles, nnd you find your day's
duties almost too much for you
then thero h help for you in
It will nrouso tho digestive glands
to moreactivity, will purify your
blood help you to refreshing
slocp, nnd givo renewed- force,
tone, and strength to your rystcm
in general. A yer'a Sarsaparilla has
benefited many thousand of tired
nnd discouraged pooplo and will
surely benefit you; ,
At now tnntle, Aycr'a Sarsa
parilla contains no alcohol.
Thero an manyimitationfjarsapariUu
Do suro you got "AYER'S."
.Pr;tr4 f Dr. i C. Ayir L Co.. tl't. MM.. U.S-4
itiii3p:lu uiMtr3iiruuu?. .
A beautiful private touring car
has been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for around
the country touts have been fixed,
including all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will givo
you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a "surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Naval Station j
marked "Fleet Car." You have only ''
to phone 371 to arrange for special
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS'
COMPOSITION BOOKS. PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS. KUBBEIt ERAS
ERS. SCH00 BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST
nemember the Place.
In this connection tiio proscneq of
Admiral Selueu's cruiser fleet lu lliosol
Winers lor maneuvers uiiii iiirgui prac
tice, is u forerunner of what will bu
mi annual event for tlieso islands us
tlio naval and military program ot tlio
Nation duveops. 'Admiral Sebreo lias
seven thousand enlisted men lu ilia
Ileal Kstalo Is fairly uctlvo paillc
.iilaity as reguds small Iioiii.m, hut
over) hoilj lias been su busy will, th-i
1'leet ami tho Congressmen and the
Immigration Commissioners that vvlin
can bo put off link been side-tracked.
m m '
'Continued from Pace t)
Michigan: "Your lountry and poo
nl are n (oullliual surprise. There
nip great juisslhllltlcs here. lour
hospitality Is unbounded.
Representative Juiues - (lood of
Iowa: "I urn greatly Interested In'
Hawaii and her development. Keep
till tho good work. I hope to 'get
buck again and see )ou."
Hcpicsenlatlvo Padgett of Tennci
see: "Tbete Is no reason why lln
wali should not takcj lank with any
country of her slzo on Industries nnd
prosperity. Tho conditions hero
mo ideal for ugilculturnl pursuits."
Iteprescntntive Humphreys .of Il
linois: "Thero aro great chunies
here that nVe going lo wiiBtc. Open
up tho country and givo the homo
builders a welcome.
Surprising Sum Spent
Fvery Thirty Days To
Keep Up System
To tho plodding taxpayer who "goes
about bis dully business It makes loin
btop and gaftp at tho thuugM that tin.
City and County ot Ilonomlu pays over
fl.Voili) a month lo maintain the
horses mid nlules In thu service of the
mail and garbage departments. On
the other hand the urea covcicd and
work.'louo must be taken into consid
eration, mid thu fact that II takes MS
animals to perform that labor.
According to Htntlstlclnn Anderson
during the mouth of August It vost
CS cents nnd u ft action per head a day
to caro, feed and shoo each of Iho Slt
horses In the service. This does not
Include stable payroll expense. At
tho l'uiirth District stables $1,217.7
was expended during Iho month and
ut tho Fifth dlsliiU bains, -&3G.2S.
Is Your Home
The Johnson Floor Finishes
are necessary in beautifying
the modern home. We carry
' a complete line of these
'goods, including Johnson's
rrcnared Wax. Johnson's
Wood Dye's,' Johnson's Floor.!
Finishes, Johrijon's Restorer, A
Treatment of Floors. Wood-Si
work and Furniture, free
for the asking.
Lcwers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
Your scenery Tills Included labor, feed mul shoeing.
Is lino and cllmntr Ideal." Uibor alone In curing for horses
ltoprcscntatlvc V, Augrey Tliom- luiiomitcil lo S5H7.22
us ot Ohio: "Fine . lountry this.
TniiiH mtrillon between Honolulu
mid til n Coast is-K very Hvo topic til
tho present tlmo, mid conditions iio
such thnt Hojuo of itlio .American lines
will have lo take action if tlioy Want
to hold Iho business. All thinut;Ji lite
summer thu traffic to these IsltimlB
hits been as largo na has previously
ruled during tlio best winter season.
Tho proBpcct for (ho winter Is onn of
a record breaker mid all steuiners mo
hooked to the, limit The, Mulsou lino
lias a rQW summer that was launched
successfully today nnd It will b lea.ly
ffor'tho bervlco noxt spring. Now tip)
problem Is lo tako euro of ilia passim
gers this winter. What tho American
lines will di! cannot bu forccist but
In vlovv of tho fuct that-pacseugor
sleatners ;iro lying idlo ouAho Pacific?
Const It would Beeui 'good business Jor
thy lynnagers of Vomo )if tlio local
lln'es buvlng frelglij. to curry to chattel
ono of tliOHuHlilSv lwlUiyji,tvlvw ,n
snowing their good Intent as regardB
Your volcano Is it wonder, nnd tlieso
plantations ate gtent. (let moio
liomcsfeaders in and Increase) jour
population. It ran be done,"
Ui'piesentatlve Itlcliiird lliirthnldt
of Missouri: "You liavo shown us,
nil light, Hawaii has mi excellent
SENATOR HAS WORD OF PRAISE.
(Continued from faze 1)
n'anco of priuutal labor Had been
naturally brought about by tliu
closeness of tho Islands to Chin end
Julian and the diet that the business
We have had n fine tlmo, tno uinnlry was largely based on
mul will iilwnyB ilo what we can nu Kricultural product.
for Hawaii." Hiliator Dlllluglmni also linB
Itepicsentntlvu W. It. Kills of Oro- W(I1(U r npprccliilloii for tlio nian
gon: "Wo think Oregon Is n piotty nor vitc-li the louil business hous
llno Slate, but Hawaii holds bur ' cs who aro largely Intoieateii lu bl
own nil light us to scenery, nnd m,r j,nvc assimed tlio ioiimlssloji in
your climate Is gicat. Wo liavo had t3 investlgutlun,
an elegant tlmo and bad a first- j .;,, tlie. manlier In which both
hand opportunity (vmnho a study Senator Dillingham nnd Wllllitiii It.
of conditions hero." wheeler iJininiented on this feature
Itepresentntlvo Vnodnrd of I'enn- f nR.r work It would stem apparent
sylvnnla: "You havo flno luiihor u)nt tl0 (omnilssloii has nut nlwuys
fnrllltles hero, and lh now dock At lm.t w,, Buillur desire upon thu
1'eurl Harbor is going to io n great pHrt 0f mulnlmid corporutlous.
iiuiiiiioii in jour iiiiiiiiiL-riiai as wu.i yon would naturally oxpeci
as military inieicsts. H,,,i CouiniUiloner Whroler,
Has No Equal
Wc know that Kce Lox
will eivc more satisfaction
han any other typewritcr-V
carbon made. Wc do not
hesitate to guarantee it. It
it strictly non-smudge and it '(
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Toung Bldg. ,
IS AT THE TERMINUS OF THE1
MOST INTERESTING AUTO RID:
ON THIS ISLAND. ' ii
Saddle and driving horses for hiro.1
" "' , tome of the local business houses
When Ilaby was sick, wo eavo liec. would be loath lo allow their records
P.-mlnrbi ' '. i. ... .. I.... ....
"' " r - il t 10 -"" III I'll piD.irillt'll ll UB, lllll llll Ur
tho paBscngcr doniands. If t!il Is n-U tlicn she wns a Child, fIio cried for imnd wo have found that they nru
dono Iheiu Is not tho sllglijost doubt Custoila, . l mom than ordinarily unxloiiB to do
that thocoiiBtwlsq shipping law mw When she beenmo Miss, she clung to j their pint lu ussntluB us- It 1 ccr
peiiBlonlsts will lmvo Iho best iim-i CaslorU. , talnly tiiiiietlilng Hint wo mo vpry
1128 Fort St.
for the Kissel Kar
Chalmers-Detroit, ' .'
-nM.-.UlrAAnl-ioW will minlinM'r-tA
unmnilffn llm tvlll n'WA. t- t i n i
n.H'i.Lll I Jgg