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Jp' EVENJNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H-, WEDNESDAY, JULY19, 1911.
w( ffj Save Your Money Have you seen our wonderful display of Suits which we have on sale at 1-2 of what you pay else- here? You had hettcr call and invest in one of them, as you will never have such a chance again. By Buying Your Suits at a PRI CE Also a large line of DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY, DOMESTIC GOODS, etc. L. B. KERR & Co., LIMITED Alakea St. WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCuredbyLydiaEPink ham's Vegetable Compound IS OPERATING (Continued from Pig 1) prepared for amoklnir lian been made evlurnt bv recent l7urc In places on i lilpboard totnlly unwnpeetcd and tlio existence of wlilch would never bnc become known bod It not been for Information obtnlned by Chief Wllklo's men In China nnd Honolulu. federal I J v jy LjiSmji.11 fflllWP V.tnnnil. Tllcl ''Your remedlPlllilTO Divlna In n tin rpcelleil bv CUteil 1110 mill 1 tmo only lUKi'ii bii omcinl from tbo unme Fource, SCO rive bottles otLyiUa1.1klnmVyiWt .. .... , 1)rM)nr(, 0I,,ura ,ver0 vvii3 slcK tlirco wlcii etenlny on the steamer Bl months nnd cimll berln. Captain Zieder commanding, not Vinlk. 1 suf-'vvhlcli nrrUed from IIonRlionK on July fonil llll tliO time, e Tlio rontrnbnnd nlnnt una found In without an oiier.1- ",0 coa' bunkera under MO tons of Hon. for I could 'coal. Tbo nlue of the find nt tbo pres- lliirilly stand tlio cnt Clilnntmvn market price of ISB per ptlns fit my slili'l, tin Is $14,000, und Cnpliiln Zeider will SttMJ.f'S?, yny n. nno cqu?, ,lmt rlirbf W 1 ciri aum under th customs regulations. to feci better whin I bad takPll only I Customs Inspectors John T. Stone, 0110 bottle of Compound, but kcfit oil Josiph Head nnd John Tolnnd worked rIasnfr.ildlostiitoosuim." Mr, .luring the whole of Thursday nlfcht MAUI I. MULL.I.X, -1.3 . J). m J-.i- ,ovcllnK tbo BOO tons of coal out of Why wilUvomon tnko chance with "!e wny ,,0,oro t,,,y cou,d rp,,eh t,, nn operation or dr.itf out n sickly, compartment. Tbey were relieved yoi InlMiearted existence, lnUilnfj three, unlay by Inspectors Knlovv. Huffakcr fourths of tho joy of HvIlilT, when they nnd innnlnirrr, who linvo been ordered ran nun nciiiiiin.i.u.i.ix riiiMuin yeirclalilu uorapntmu? Vnr Iblrtv vn.irn It. standard remedy for femalo lilt, and I "Special Agent of tbo TrmMiry It 19 cured thousands of women who, Dean nnd Tldwcll hnvo been Informed DOTY BUILT UP i, HE DECLARES 4 (Continued from Pago 1) lln'iPacliir (,'nmpiny was a rniiibln.-i- L, V tlcu innuiifc tlio InnliTH to ctntrnl . .. ....... .. ., ini' uiigai i'i nuns irut iim.au no xabl nniiv Independent nl.inti'i.i wcro nut In tin- combination. He s.ilil thai "A, IJ. Bpicrkvls iiml hlni'df wore I it te.estcd In Hawaiian likiul.itloiis but did not control any of tliem. I . When presied for siiidflc Inform t-! t Hon Mr. Sprtckels sjld: 4(.ij'We contiol noiio of tlio plantitlons tt In which wo are Inti'iested nnd aro 'mcro stocKholdcrs In the Kllauea Sng-i L i nfl'Ianlation Company, tlio llaknlanl fjiiKur I'lnntatlon Compiii), tho Wai "miuilo Siuir I'luiUtinu Conipiny' f mill In tlio llilo Siuar I'lnntatlon. KA ril ., . I Smu ...., . I- .... St 1 ill) UIIUII1III1I HOW 111 III) 11 III.IL JFIr. SpicekelB IMiir VAaked As to HrldlrgJ. iillio Chul pi n-Ui-t U tho extent of jour hoIilliiKS mid ion- b-otber'a FoldliiRS In thoHo four companies? Mr. Spicckuls It would be ery illllicnll for mo to nay. The Clinlriiinn Cim jiiii kI It to us In i omul nuiubcia now, nnd ou can Kiippleuicnt It l.itei, if joii desire. Will It nmoimt to $1,000,000, would ou s.i? Mr, Spreckcls No; I do not think It would amount to that. The Chalrmin Is that any whore neai It? , Mr. Sprcckela Since I hno como lo think about It, It is considerably Icsa than $1,000,000. In replj to a Ioiir rerles of epieR- tioiiH Mr Spicckcla aild tlio four I laulutlims me anions He smullCHt In Hawaii The Klluuei, ho aald, pn duces ubuut G,000 tons of raw Him.ir; tho ll.iknltii, ubuut 11,000 tons; tho Wnlinaiuiln, nUnit B.0U0 or C00O ton3; nnd the HUo, about 10,000 tons. Tlio en'ho output comes to tlio Weiltrn SiiKiir Itctliihu Company, at Han rianclsco. CoutractH nleo exist, ho said, with many of the Independent plantors. Ilia company, he B.ild, ob tains about CO per cent of tlio entlro Ilav.iill.iii output. He tcstllled Hint no sunar was receled from tho Fac tor Cinnp.uij 'They will not rUo us any jiortloii of tholr output," ho said. Tells of Competition. "Wo have competition also with tho Honolulu plantation," wild Mr. Sproc kets, "which Is a plantation nutsldo of the Factor Company, nnd which '"itn miiko ii microscopic examination of For' thirty jears It has been tho "'" "h'1 imlanl remedy for femalo Ills, and I 'Special s cured thousands of women who. Heap nnd liavo lx.cn troubled with such all-What this lot of' opium. lins been under the coal for several months, owihe to the fact Hint the bunkers wero not emptied during tint period so that tbo members of tlio crew In tho smugRlIng rln-t could not Ket nt tho opium Tho nircnts bale nlso dlcmered that tho prlci, of, opium fell ns law ns 119 per tin about two months uro, but that since the relzuro of 181 tins on Juno 29 In the bllRe bottom of the Nippon Mnru the price has advanced to $!5 pir flve tael tin "There Is no doubt now In tbo minds of tbo Federal olllclals that n lame quantity of opium has been smiiBUlod Into this port nnd the port of Honolulu during tbo last two enrs by tbo cun ning mcmbirs of tho crews of the ves sels carrjlmr tha ntuO". and that small quantities of the drug were concial'd In places where the Inspectors would bo likely to search for It, so Hint It mlRbt be supposed that that was all the lneuts ns displacements, lnllammatlou, ulceration, iiurohl tumors, irregulari ties, periodic pains, backache, Indiges tion, mid nervous prostration. If jou hnvo tlio Hllulitest doubt tliat J.yilliv 11. IMiikliiun'H Vcko tnblu C'onipoiinil tvlll help you, iitKo to Airs. Plnklinm nt Ljiiii, Jlnss, for ntlvicf). Your letter Mill bo absolutely conlldciitlal, nuil tbo uilvlco free aro icflnlug partially their raw MiKar ilKht at Hie plantation Itaclf." Tho extent or this additional out put, .Mr. Sprockets testified, was from IS 000 to 20,000 tons nnninlly. The Honolulu plantation, Mr. Spieckels declared, sought to sell all Its nusar in San FinnclHco and con tinually cut prices to do so. He said It was equal In purity to Ills own sug ar Mr. Spreckcls said (hat tho output or Qtif.nl rvtfiilliir It front llnunll n,. BiCKatcd luoio tlinu KOO.OOO tons anilldr"" on ''"""l. nnd that tbo real e this venr would roach OoO.OOO toils. "When sugar came in free from Ha waii and fiom tho Philippines," Mr, tent of the ring's operations mlRbt not bo suspected. "It Is believed, furthermore, Hint Spreckcls testified, "It did not nffect nrKc Quantities of opium have been tho pi Ice, but tho consumer Rot no I surreptitiously landed In Hawaii dur Ins tho last twelve months nt n time wbrn the price vvna t)0 n tin, nnd that It v as successfully shipped Into this port on board of coasting steam nnd sailing vessels. H Is regarded ns n pe culiar circumstance Hint no attempt was made to senrcb'such out-of-the' way places ns water biitts nnd coal bunkers until tho tlp'wns"passed from HnuukonR to the authorities here." bom fit thereby and the planter did." Mr, Madison Wo hnvo had free sugar I roin Hawaii since 1870, have we not? Mr. Spreckcls Yes j I understand that tin- treaty went Into effect then. .Mr. Madlhon Do oti think ylnt tho world level of prlro would lalse If, ns a matter of fact, we wiped out our beet sugar Industry here? Built Up Planters, He Says. Mr Sptcrkols "I do say that It would not niako tho sugar any cheap er to tho consumer, became, taking tho lustnnco of Hawaii, In tho year 1S7G; I happonod to bo down there for a year, and know the conditions ex isting at the lliuo. Tlio production of. from Utnpornry duty In connection Hie entire Islands, at tho time when with tha Quartermaster's Department tho tieaty wont Into effect, wns 10,000. and will report In pirson to tho com Kins, They liavo raised It today up! minding olllcer, I'resldlo of San Frun- to nbout 000,000 tons, stimulated by' elm o, for assignment to duty at that what? Ily tho duty that they got, and, post. bj tho Migur being admitted free. MAJOR KN0WLT0N. FOR TflE PRESIDIO Major Joseph L. Know Hon, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. A, Is relieved No lives have been lost In tho lira In the Chlefton mine of the Clarks Thrfro ou built up that country, and j qu built up thoso planters, nnd with out any matcilnl benefit to tho cltl-, burg Coal Company nt Wllsonburg, zciis or our own country." w. Va. m-Wf "B fTri7C!TP! tossy ' BESt wkii'Mfcmti New Shipment Just Received Centennial's Best Flour Time and trial have proven Centennial's Best to be the flour par excellence. A single trial will convince you of its superiority Its popularity is attested by its enormous sale' in Honolulu and else where ' . HONOLULU AMUSEMENT COMPANY, LTD. 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Quality is the Best Advertisement Pinectar Sales Co., Ltd., Honolulu Your Summer Wardrobe At Saving Prices Reasonable Instalment Terms Ladies' TUP FftDIUFIT Sachs Bid Fmrk 1 IlL rUKIfin I Bcretania Frocks Saturday, July 15 1 1 30 ST. LOUIS vt. J. A. C. 3i30 P. A. C. va. KEIOS, Sunday, July 16 1i30 P. A. C. vs. J. A. C. 3i30 HAWAIIS va. KEIOS Priest 75c, 50c, 35o and 25o rtcserveil Seats for center and wings of eranilitani can bo booked ut 13 O. Hall & Son'a Bnortlng ilvpurtmont. En trance, Klne street. Tickles on sulo at M. A Ountt'd Clprnr Btnre nnd Hawaii Drug Btore, Hotel Btroet, from 1 p. in. Saturday to 11 u. m. Run Jay. Dr. Schurmann, 7g- 175 BERETANIA AVE, corner Union St. . PHONE 1733 MIDWEEK 8CHEDULE, Commanding at 4 P. M. July 19 Ksloa vs. All-Chinas. July 26 Ksloa vs. All-Chlnose PRICES 50c, 35c, 25o ' NEW DRUG STORE Wall Stocked with New Drugs and Novelties BODA WATER FOUNTAIN HAWAII DRUG CO. 42 Hotal Street, at end of Bethel Every carbon lamp in town should be replaced by a TUNGSTEN LAMP 1st Reason 2nd Reason Better Light Economy The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year ;? w J i4tfcfel shsu.-