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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATUIIDAY, MAR
erthcless ns good nnd perhaps bettor
thnn laut year.
The general expectation after a
five-cent sugar year Is n grent In
crease In plantings and n resultant
three-tent sugar year. The supplies
have run so tow this year, and will
he so remarkably low when the 191U
' campaign closes, that all tlio In
crnnspil lilnntlnir nnd ltnnt-nveil bur-
Ono of the most significant signs leads In popularity, and Is being vesting conditions reasonably nntlcl-
of the times Is tho decision made steadily taken up by Investors. ,,aie,i m ECrvo t0 mora 'than mako
this week by the Trent Trust Com- As tho end of (ho week approach- U1, nl0 shortage 0f this Bhort year,
pany to enter on the business uf cd nnd the price 6f sugar sagged to
building homes thaf wHI bo offered .30, the market fell off and closed b ,
tho public on reasonable term.,. on F.ldny very dull, and somewhat-, t th f th , k
This company has dono more c- weak. Onhu dropped fifty cents n Klic ,", , execullve scss0 Men-
ess In his lino for some time ami share from Monday to Friday a-. ,day.nttcrnoon. 0lie of ,ho ,ml)0rt.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
has enabled a good number of pj- wallan Commercial nearly n dollar ' declalons V lo hold tb seS:
pie of moderate means o MtaMlM a share, and Lwa also joined n the , , exchange each day,
AUDIT COMPANY OF
8:4 BETHEL STEEET
P. 0. Sox 040
reaiiiuiico uihiiub ui mo tnj. hiui.iou., uunoci, Yt-ry muo ,. ,,, ,, , ,,,,- ,ii .- -j
Tho city Is growing with such stock came on tho market at these ,. .,,,,, ,, ,,, , Thl,
rapid strlk and the demand for low flgu.es Nothing has occurred JpSK ttal lt
houses at a rcasonablo rental Is si In the statistical position of thoBUg-, J .. ,k . i,nwi,, thnt this
. .,. . '---- qU et will ast long. Ilevlvlng sup-
LaZl?Vel ml" ..rice, must revive the Bstock
- IT i " i-- ( market.
uruji in mo price vi uuy ui iuu
much greater than tho supply, thnt
II.. I.m..I,IUIhm nMirinalflnn It ft 1
II113 UUIIIO'UUIIUlllg jjiuuuoihum ..m.i
become attractlvo to progressive men
with capital. -Tho II u 1 J e 1 1 n has
for more .than d ycar past express
ed surprise that more of tho wealthy
estates have not Invested funds In
some such manner, so that the city
that Is tho sourco of their prosperity
shall recelvo somq reciprocal bone
fit through the. reinvestment of
money for Its advancement. June
how much estate moncpr thoro Is In
this project Is h' matter of conjec
ture, but It Is a source of commu
nity congratutatlotf that ho first
step has beon taken toward this
means of city building.
Real estate Is becoming quite ac
tlvo and, best of all, It Is attract
ing the small home-bullilcr nnd en
abling many to mako a profitable
turn. Suburban lots are selling
falrlyvwell, and qulto a number of
well'to-do tourists, who have been
hero Iqng enough to sliq up .the sit
uation, havo been added to the list
of Investors. Bomo of tho Intter nro
buying to settle horo,' While others
believe tlhcy can mnkp a profltablo
turn on tfielr money when tho towr.
begins to realize what tho work ot
tho Inderal government means'..
stocks. Walalua, that sold for
137.S0, has dropped back to 13b
bid, but not a share has come out
at tho lower figure. Hutchinson
went up .fifty cents a share on the
report of two Inches of rain the first
of tho week. Paauhau went a little
above thirty, and then dropped back.
Pioneer Mill appears to be moving
toward 240, and perhaps higher.
Very little business has been done
In any stockB outside the sugar
From every plantation come re
ports of crops coming off in splen
did condition. Tho weather is Per
fect for harvesting, and no't too cold
for a good sucrose content ot th''
cane. Rains havo come at timely
moments, and everything has com
bined to glvo the holders ot Hawaii's
The exchange voted to sell for
$7500 each tho two membership
seats now In the treasury. It also
decided that no person may become
a memlier of the exchange- who Is
not an active broker In Honolulu.
Another decision was to request the
plantation corporations represented
on the exchange to furnish the sec
rotary with a list of the stockholders
of tho plantations, and also to fur
nish the members of the Honolulu
exchange with nssfmich ot detailed
Information concerning tho planta
tions ns Is to bo found In the offices
of San Francisco brokers. Tho cor
poration managers have not' yot
mado their reply.
Immigration has continued to hold
sugar securities he best the field l,uullc attention through tho week,
and market can afford. Diphtheria Is holding tho Russian
- Immigrants' recently arrived. With
Sumr price, those arriving on the Korea there
Raw sugar prices dropped the mid- nre now '0,ir hundred and ntore men,
die, of the week, following apparent- women nnd children in quarantine,
ly the reduction In the price of beets. tt"u umonB thcn "ave developed ovor
Tho day after the centrifugals n hundred cases of diphtheria. What
slumn. however, one of the sucar these people will do when they are
houses of tho city received a caplo on' f quarantine has passed out of mnij0 yesterday. If tho bright spot
frnm New York to the effect that mind for the present, their henltti Ecen in the heavens yesterday had
although refiners were In tho mar-now uolDB the first consideration. uecn n strange star, there might
Conducts all classes of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work.
Suptstiont Riven for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
to tho n u 1 1 e 1 1 n In which ho.
states his position on the Curtis bill
in the Senate. He opposed tho plea
of the Civic Federation for a voto
on prohibition Uy Federal law, bo
cause ot his loyalty to the principle
of local self-government for this
Territory. He calls tho attention
of local people to tho fact that Con
gress will hesitate to pass favorably
on woman's suffrage, even for n far
off Territory tike Hawaii.
Editor E v o n I n'g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n:
I am a llttlo surprised at Profess
or Ollmoro making such a "guess'
as he did yesterday nt Halley'a
comet. Why, that was pretty near
ly ns bad as tho gold (?) ring swln-
dlo that was going on at the samo
time. Tho people who bit on tho
phonoy rings did have somo excuso
that of lgnornnce, but with all
that has been said and written by
astronomers regarding Hallcy's com
et. It seems to place our Honolulu
astronomer in n . class by himself.
There Is ,no excuto whatever for
such a break as Frotessor Ollmoro
U. S. Army Says:
Bavin" Foreis-n Bonds. , .
Anntlinr fpntiire nf the week Is two
deflection from ihe local markot of ket bidding 4.30. the holders were Mr- Perelstrous, who Is tho chief i,nve been some excuse, tiut to make
some ouirter of a million dollars for. Btlff In their asking trice of 4.39. 1 "Bent enlisting these peoplo, IB on, BUCh a i,,. (especially a collego
Investment n bonds offered from ' Ab tho week has progressed the beet his way to Honolulu,- and mucn is , professor) over, c
the mainland.. The excuse given for
this Is thnt the Securities offering
locally for trust funds aro practically
al taken up, ami tho managers ot
estates are therefore placing some
of their surplus funds in tho bonds
ot mainland railways and some of
the great power enterprises ,of tho
Some authorities iclalm that the
iBcndlng ot such an amount of money
to help finance mnlnlnnd enterprises
Is one of tho "Influences that oper
ated to make tho stock market re
markably quiet the lattor part Of the
wodk,' ufter a season of exceptional
activity. This seems hardly prnbn
blo as not 'much of, tho monoy that
has gone to tho mainland would go
into stocks If It remained here. It
Is to be regrettedi however, that the
, Interests that .have profited most
bounteously from the prosperity ot
sugar nrlces have advanced till near-. expected ot hie capacity for siraigm-
ly all the lost ground has been re-,enl,nB out ho obstinate ones. Mean
gained, and If this advance be sus- while, all further movement of lm
tnlned, tho probabilities are that i migrants from Harbin has ceased,
centrifugals will return to a closer 'Those at Yokohamn nud Dalny bavo
proximity to 4.4b. (been' stopped to await further devel-
One of New York's factors in the opments on this end of the line,
sugar market of the East called at- I
tentlon of bis local correspondents No Cholera.
to tho facts that on account of the i Tho threat ot cholera growing out
groat desparlty between beet and I of the suspicious cases on the Ta
centrltugal sugars, not a little Cu-!;non Mnru appears to bo not serious,
ban sugars are .going to Europe. The The quarantine specialists can provo
desparlty represents the additional no cholera bacteria. A special
figure that Cuba needs to (secure u meeting of tho Board cf Health waa
profitable salo In the European mar- held this week to 'enforce rules
kcts. It naturally follows, there-' against fishing In the waters ot 'a
fore, that whllo Europe Is making consl jrnble area. The failure ol
inese d rails on me uuDan sugar trio ledorai auinormes lo report mo
sources, tho quotations for centrlf-' presence of cholera, however, caused
ugals will bo, very susceptiblo to tho (he'adjournment ot the meeting with
fluctuations ot tho European market, the prohibition on fishing limited to
Tho Europeans buy and sell sugar, the harbor. This 1b a wise provl
or, to put It better, gamble In sugar , slon under any circumstances, as
tho Island; should turn so conserva- tho same aB Americans gamble In I there Is no tolling at' this time of
tive when contemplating local In-, wheat and corn. In a year ltko tho year or during the coming summer
vestments, an, for Instance, hcsltnt- present, when .It Is possible to size when a cholera-Infected ship may
Ing to place their lohoy to promlto up all tho sugar tho world can pro- come into tho harbor from the
duce, without fear ot bolng upset Uf Orient.
tho "Invisible supplies" that have 1
our prettiest, bright
est neighbor seems ridiculous.
The reason for Venus appearing
so bright yesterday during midday
Is, .from the fact tliat' at tho present
time she is on, .the 'opposite side of
the sun to us, tberebycolchlng his
rays and throwing them back to us
In the samo manner as a mirror
would do. r
if Professor Ollmoro will nrlso to
morrow morning at, about half-pnBt
four ho will sco, that same comot ho
taw today,. Just to ,tho castwurd of
Koko Head VenuB, in all her glory,
and nearly' aB largo, as a full moon.
Honolulu, March 11.
a progresslYO real estate policy.
Tho week' In the stock markot
started with n rush. Raw sugar at
4.42'nd beets. running to a parity
,of ji.l'i Induced' ono of the' most ac
tive penoas oi uuyuig mui hub uvvh
wrecked somany bull sugar move- j Washington.
ments,. it rouowB mat tno season is uawall lias figured in anairs at
a glorious one for .the speculators, Washington this week through tho
and they are;maklng tho most of it.- approval of, largo, appropriations for
This means that although the prices pearl Harbor In the House Naval
will ruin vprv hlirh ntil iinrhnnH PnmmlttnA tlin rhecklni? nf the
.nHA..Ma.l !.... 4lin flfa, nf' (hn ' t,,.l, a..n.A M.n..l.'ln TlitiA n n .1 ft. I.. . ........ - 1.. tnh 11.11 Inn vAanlll. OPpOrtUnltV to bo llOard.
i """"" '" '"... "':..T I. .'"V7. ...-....." .J' ,u . .."' "'" S:.".--:':.:7. He buM tho welcoming of Imml-
uo very xre- uon in iuo, aenaio oy oenuiur ij- ,. ,,. ., i. n,i.iinn
hluiun sum ivouiiv.il iir'
TAFT PAY8 A HIGH
TRIBUTE TO THE JEWS
WASHINGTON. Feb. 28. In reply.
Ing to a delegation from tho American
Association of Foreign i-nnsuaRo
Newspapers which called at tho White
House to protest against certain Im
migration bills pending In Congroas,
President Taft today paid a hlKh tri
bute to tho Jews who h.ad come to
America and became Imbued with tho
.true, spirit ot patriotism. Ho kpIiI hn
had visited thoso on tho East Side and
hn'' oq for himself.
To his' visitors hosald:
"I cannot commit myself to any par
ticular .form of legislation, but Insofar
.ns I am concerned, I shall sign no bill
without giving you gentlemen a full
!j'cnr. Tho 'prlqea ileo advanced
with some sensatldnnl Jumps and
held very strong. Tho largo blocks
ot Hawaiian Commercial offered at
40 and 41 wero cleaned up, and the
crowd turned to the cheaper stocks,
Mcllryde and Olaa, that wero bought
and sold In good-slzjd quantities at
irom u.svo to v.-u
the fluctuations will bo very fre- tlon In the. Senate by Senator Hey-
nunnl l,,..n m, ninnf nf Its rMln1tKt I?
burn on account ot Its soclallstii
referendum feature, nnd tho Rearing
For Next Year, berore the HouBe Committee of the
One of tho developments of the, hilli to suspend the coastwise ship
world's sugar situation 1b the pros- ping laws in their' application to the
pect that this season's rcaults will passenger service between the Is-
-guarantee good prices for another lands and the mainland.
Mcllryde still year not as' high, perhaps, but ,nev- Delcgato Kuhlo' has' sent n letter
MODERN BURjAL EQUIPMENT
and produced n distinct JJ-fo" of Ame
rican inrougnuui llio Luuiury.
Srp. Jg oT!Kqk
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prettygood jfA Jvvk
traveling &f J
oompan- jnl F"T jl
ion. Hotter KJA ?V
take a hot- j. f - V
tie wlthVptlKSIl A1 h
you when Jfajv X
you go away J Jo Jjjhl. J
from binno. It Ka
may save you a long illness. And II
you aro not going away, keep It with
you, always, la tho house.
SJIva's Casket Truck for Conveying
Bodies Through Church Aisles.
Sllva't Lowering Device.
Sllva's Grave Tent. For Rainy or Hot
Cay. You need a Tent.
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M. E. Silva's i
Present Phone,. 179
Night Call 1014.
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MB. HORACE E. BUTTS.
Mr. Horace R. Butts, Providence,,.
R. I., a U. S. Ar.ny man. many yearsi
r.co on acfourt of, the harlsliips of.
army life had dyspsrsia and sto, iach'
trouble so bid that he could, scarcely;'
rat. He troX Daffy's Pnra"'llalt'
Whiskey, wh'ch kbvc him iamediate
relief. He ncommendi it as .an in-,'
vitroratinit stiaulant and' hodyt
"I have used Dnffy's Pure' Malt'
Whiskey for many years and find 8
that it is all that it claims to he:?
During my twenty-four years of ser-
vice in the U. S. Army I was bfiiie
constantly transferred from place to.
place. As a result of changing cli
mate and water, my stomach and di-.
gestion failed me completely, so I7
was scarcely able to eat a thing. On '
the advice of a frisnd, I purchased
a bottle of Duffy's Pure Malt Whis--,
key, and immediately good result!
followed. This w;s eighteen ears
atro. Since then I have not been
without it. I especially recommend
it to all who are in need of an invig
orating stimulant and desirous of
building up their system." Horace
R. Butts, 50 Orandview Street,
Providence, R. I. Mr. Bntte case
is similar to that of many other, aged
men and women, who have been kept "
hale, hearty and vigorous by the use
a 01 Duffy's Pure Halt Whitkev u a.
:9 medicine. It is a food reauirinr' nr
T5 j,i .,, . . 7. . "." '
., ajgcsiion, wnicn nai a stimulating-
4 and. tonio effect upon, the system:'. ..
1 .....JK'asiiits in building nerve time,.!.
nrevents decav and keeni the entire system in a normal. 'healthy-condition. VV
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
wish to keep young, strong and vigorous and have on -y par
glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Maft Whiskey;;reg- ' ' '
rding to directions, it tones ir.d strengthens the heart ac- ""
tion and purifies the entire system. It is recognized as a family medicine
everywhere. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and
sickly children.. It is a promoter of health and longevity; makes the
old feel young, and, keeps the. young strong.
CAUTION When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, be sure
you get the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whis
key and is sold in sealed bottles .only; never in bulk. Look for the
trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over
the cork is unbroken. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rocheste, N. Y.,
U.S. A. '
Is the best family medicine you can
have. A thorough course ot treat
ment with it makes good red blood,,
brings the old color back to tho lips,
fills out the .cheeks, and gives the
glow of porfect health.
Perhaps you snffor from tho en
feebling effect ot a prolonged spell of
warm weathor. If so, Ayer's Sartapa
rill will vltallo ynnr blood an I (,'lre
you rouowod force, vim, nud energy.
A now imt ile, Aiior' Stirittt
jmrllla conluiiix no nlriilml.
There are many Imitation
Be suVe you got "AYER'S."
rwiM k Or, I. C Ar 4 Ct., twit, Mm , U.S.A.
" Una's iiMJi. tiM kt ;!! uiut. -v
npHE immense number -..of people in the
United States who have .pledged them
selves to abstain from meat.iBief as a protest
against its high price has caused 'more corriment
lhan any popular movement in the last decade. The. Ameri
can people are meat eaters to an extent unknown in any other
country, and still they are not the healthy people found.elscj-
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The new International Encyclopaediavol.
2, page 679, says: ,
"Ale and beer, especially lager beer, contain
considerable nutriment and in certain parts "of
Germany where lager beer is very freely drunk
it seems to take the place to some extent of
Authorities agree v that good beer is a FOOD and.yt y
would seem .that the solution to the high cost of living problern ,
could be found in the greater consumption of beer. In these
Islands where' the need of a tonic is so universal the reason for
wiiiiliii''ll " " s sn
drinking more good beer is even greater than on the -mainland ,-.'
and the beer to drink is
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Wm To (Suit The Ctn"frfer '
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