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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 2, 1912.
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
The week Just closed his witnessed
one of the reactions for which Hono
lulu Is famous.
For no particular reason the stock
;narket stopped Its upward trend and
closed weak all along the line. Buy
era for the time being are out of the
market and offerings are heavy. .
The steamers leaving for the Coast
also took away the Surplus of tour-
1st that had been here during the
rpivai season, anuiecrusN,iiiouK....i... ... t- '""""""ban sugars, and received their reply
liot the rush, was over In thai line, j Quotations are now on the basis of A( ,,, mm ,'
'! B" .S" Ll.rrn S!" S " r lh "ft '. ! "ll-r smaller than generally
VUUnillUUB, inC SlUIUIIUII IH SUUIIU UHU
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certainly attractive to the Investor,
inth In .tnnlr. nH.l llnAa nntn .llrotlv
associated with the tourist.
Just what has brought about tho
slump In the stock market Is hard to
say. The price of sugar dropped from
4.74c to 4G7C But, as Mr. Kd. I'ollltz
remarked, no one has grave cause to
worry over the situation with sugar
selling at more than $90 a ton. At
ubout the same tlmo additional reports
were brought to' the city by cable dls-l Wednesday. Feb. 28.
patches of the' probable report of the! nctwecn Boards: 40 Oahu Sugar
Democratic Houso Ways and Means Co. 41.60; 10 Oahu Sugar Co, 41. Eh;
Committee favorable to free sugar 20 0an" 8Kar C- 41.60; 100 Ono
This has positively frightened some men. G5.75; 16 Bwn. 35; i Ewo, 35;
ol the aggressive buyers, and when 15 Kwa, 35; 60 Olan, 8.25; 6 McBrydo
such men leave the market the're 9.75; $3000 Hllo 1901 Cs, 100.25; $1000
Is little to Bupport It. l Honokaa Cs, 104.
The month that closed on Thursday, Session Sales: 5 McBryde, 9.75; 6
was' one of tho busiest In the stock Walalua, 142; 30 II. B, & M. Co, 25
market on record, anil the monthly re-. 60; 100 McBryde, 9.62)6.
view shows a wide range In the ad- Sugar Quotations: 96-degree Cen
vanclng prices. Tho total of shares trlfugals. 4.73. Parity, 6.37. 88-de-changing
hands during the month was gree Analysis Beets, 16s. Pd.
between G1.000 and 62,000. Olaa heUT Thursday, Feb. 29.
the record for the largo number otl Between Boards: $G000 Olaa Ci,
shares, the total running to. 14,957, 99.60; 45 Hllo Com, 10.26; 20 Oahu
with prices ranging from 0.375 to 9 Sugar Co, 41.26; 100 McBryde, 9.G0;
Next came Oahu, with 14,680 shares, 30 McBrjde, 9.60.
nt prices varying from- 39.25 to 42.50. Session Sales: 5 Oahu Sugar Co.
Then' followed McBrdo, with 7,643 41; 5 Oahu Sugar Co, 41; 10 Oahu
shares, from 8.375 to 10. Rwa's record Sugar Co., 41; 5 Oahu Sugar Co, 41;
was 5,437 shares, from 33.50 to 35.25. 6 Honokaa, 13.60; 6 Ho'nokaa, 13.60;
Hawaiian Commercial schowed 6.1C0, 5 Honokaa. 13.60; 5 Honokaa, 13.50;
from 43 25 to 49.25. Pioneer, with Its. 60 Olaa, 7.76; 25 Honokaa, 13.60; $2,
1,138 shares, ranging from 243 to 260,000 Olaa Cs, 99.50; 6 Bwa, 34,50; 5
represented! a very Jarge .amount , of Kwq, 34.60; 5 Oahu Sugar Co, 40,50;
fnoneyT and ,Walalua's 2.431 shares, 200 Oahu Sugar Co. 40.25; 100 Oahu
celling all, the wayfrom 127 to 145, Sugar Co, 40.25; 6 Haw. Sugar Co,
was one of the notable advances of 50; 10 Odhii Sugar Co, 40.50.
the season. Honokaa has entered the ' ninnpwrw
list of ncllvc stocks again, advancing!
(rorn 12.25 to 15 25. Onomea went
from f 9 50 to 56 on the sale of a total
of 2,057 shares. Honolulu Brewery
enures totaling i,isi oig ail .me way
from 23 to 25 50 on ,the strength of
the great popularity of the new brew,
The dividends paid during the
month, as reported on the stock uheet,
amounted to something like $648,000.
Ths may be regarded as certain to. bo
maintained, through th? yeari as this
total represents regulars and there
Is not the slightest doubt that extras
will ,be paid by nil of the better
Generally speaking, there never ap
peared to be a better time to buy,
provided any quantity of stock comos
out under the Influence of the present
slump. World market conditions, as
set forth in the excellent statement
of tho situation as published In last
Saturday's Bulletin, are such as
to make high prices certain. No tariff
hill or revision will ever pass the
President, un,i Congress can novor
pass bucIi a measure over his veto,
so the tariff legislation Is only a threat
In so far as talk Is dangerous.
Plantations In which tho public Is
widely Interested that have held meet
ings this week are Walalua and Ho
nokoa. Walalua reported a total profit
for the year Just passed of over n
million and a quarter. A great deal
of this has gone Into improvements
that will serve to mako the property
one of the largest producers In tho
Territory. Honokaa is making a bet
ter showing. Its Juices are giving
higher percentages, and the annual
meeting had a much pleasanter at
mosphere than a year ago.
Block sales for the week follow:
Monday, Feb. 26.
Between, Boards: 1000 Hllo Hy,
com., 10,25; 500 Oahu Sugar Co, 41.
75; 60 McBryde, 9.87V4; 20 McBryde,
9.87W: 10 McBryde, 9.8714; 20 Olaa
8.75; 100 Olaa, 8.76; 45 O. R. & I..
Co, 145; 70 Ewa, 35; 5 Cwa, 35; $21,
1)00 Olaa 6s, 99.50; $1000 Olaa Cs, 99.
50. Session Sales: 25 Oahu Sugar Co.,
41.75; 60 Hllo Railway com, 10.25;
60 McBryde, 9.87'i; 50 Oahu Sugar
Co, 41.62&; 8 Oahu Bugar Co., 41.
C2M; 16 Oahu Sugar Co, 41.62; 6
Oahu Sugar Co, 41.75; 50 McBrydo,
9.75: 35 McBryde, 9,75; 85 F.wa, 35;
6 Oahu Sugar Co., 41.62; 25 Ono
Sugar Quotations 9C-dgree Cen
trifugals, 4,74. Parity, 5,38. L88-de-giee
Analysis BeetB, 15s, 9 71(1,
Tuosday, Feb, 27.
Between oards: 10 Walmajialo,
277.50; 100 Honokaa, 13.60; 20 Hono
kaa, 13.50; 10 Honokaa. 13.60; 100
Onomea, 66; 100 Onomea, 56; 60 Wal
alua. 143; $3000 Olau 6s, 99.50; $1000
Olaa Cs, 99.50; $3u00 Olaa Cs, 99.60;
$10,000 Hllo Ex. Cs, 95; $7600 Hllo
1901 6s, 100.25; 50 McBryde, 9.75; 50
McBrydo, 0.75; 50 McBryde, 9.75; 18
McBryde, 9.75; 30 Kwa, 35.
Session Sales: 10 McBryde, 9.75;
25 McBrydo, 9.75; 5 Oahu Sugar Co.
41.60; 16 Hllo Com, 10,25; 50 Hllo
Com., 10.25; 20 Oalni Sugar Co, 41.
60; CO Honokaa, 13. SO; 10 Honokaa,
13.75; 5 Mcllryile, 9,76; 25 Honokaa,
14; 16 Honokaa, 14; 6 Hon. II. & M.
Co, 25.37W: 10 Haw. C. A S. Co.,
On Feb. 2G, 1912, tho stockholders
of the Hawaiian IMnenpple Co. voted
to Increase the capital! Block of i th.
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be offered at par, lo the stockholders
Of rePOnd Fell. 20. 1912. lit the ratio
of four new shares for every 10 held
Th6 flfst dividend, 26c per share, j us
at present, will be paid on the new
capiiaiuauon .May ji, jaw,
Sugar Quotations: 9G-degreo Cen
trifugals. 4.74. Parity, 6.40. 88-de-
Mvo Analysis Boots, 16s. 10V4d.
pcb. 1, 1912: Haiku $1; Paia, $1;
pioneer, $2. ' I
Feb 5, 1912: Haw. C. ft B. Co.)
25 centB; Onomea, 40 cents; Honomu,
Feb. 10, 19i2: Walluku, $1; Hutch
Inson, 20 cents.
Feb. 16, 1912: Haw. Sugar Co, 30
cents; Oahu Sugar Co , 30 cents; p.
R. & L. Co, 75 cents; Pepeekeo, $1;
Feb. 20, 1912: Haw. Agr. Co , $2.
Feb. 29, 1912: C. Brewer ft Co,
$2; Ewn, 20 cents; Walmanalo, $4,
Hawn. Electric, 75 cents; Hon. B. ft
M, Co,, 15 cents; I.-I. 8. N. Oo, 75
conts; Kahuku, 10 cents; Hawn. Pine.
Co, 25 cents; Walmea, 42; Kekaha,
FEBRUARY." 1912, SUOAR MARKET
9G-degreo Centrifugals: High 4.-
4825; low 4.39, 88-degr,ee Beets: High
16s. 2i.; low, 14b. 10d.
Sugar and Tariff Review.
Wlllett & Oray's Sugar Journal for
February 15 sava of the raw sugar
market and the present tariff agltn
Visible Supply Total stock of Eu
rope and America, 2,809,503 tons,
against 3,547,322 tonB last ear at tho
same uneven dates. The decrease of
stock Is 737 819 tons, against a de
crease of 916,709 tons last week.
Totul stocks and nfloats together
show a vsble supply of 2,947,50.1
tons, 3.643,322 tons last year, or- u
decrease of 695,819 tons.
Raws Ijist weok Centrifugals 91"'
test were quoted at 4.485c ier ikxmuI.
This week the quotation Is 4 736c,
showing an advance for the week o(
,25c per ound. The reaton for thU
continuation of the upward turn noted
last week fs found in a general
change of prevailing condlliouB at
home and abroad. Under an expectul
tlon (hat activity might not como bo
soon as It has In the business of ro-
flncd Biigar our refiners neglected 14
pmchaso sb freely as they might lu,0
done ut the extreme low point for
Cuba sugar, 3 l-32c to 3 1-lCo per
pound, c: ft f 90 test. An actlvo
demand for rennod, however, set In
lo All the depleted stocks throughout
the country nndi necessitated the buy
ing of raws to cover the large sales
of refined, and hence tho advance
Other conditions contributing to the
rising market were corresponding ad
vances in the foreign beet Bugar mm-
ket, stimulated by the decreased re
celpts coming forward fiom the Cuba
crop. An Inquiry as to the cause of
this delay brings roply from our cor-
resiiondont Indicating that it Is still
possiuie to make up the present ap
parent deficiency If good weather pre
vails during the rest of the season!
therefore It would seem as If the re
cent valueli of .80c to ,C35c per 100
pounds below Europe, tho planteis
may posBllily be holding back augurs
on the plantations, with u hoio of
better prices before placing them at
Bhlp'plug polntB. In either case the
trend of the market has turned ui
wards nnd the effect of tho general
universal shortage of sugur Is being
leu again In the United States, a!
though not-nearly to tho extent here
as It Is coming to he felt ubroad.
l( M evident, as we tunc before
llili( time frequently slated, that inn-
liinl conditions of prices, cannot be
looked,; for during tho present cam-
I Just at tills writing we have re-
col'ved by coble an official weather re-
liort from Cuba, stating that It Is rain-
Ing" throughout the Island and Inter-
ruptlng grinding, causing a Ions of
time hi making tho crop, but, on the
other hand, Improving the spring cane
for later grinding If the length of the
senson permits; therefore tho total
output of the crop is still prob-
Considering the short supplies for
the United Kingdom this campaign,'
we inquired of our friends there as
to (her proba()e rc(11,men,8 , C(.
The Brussels Convention has Anally
reached a conclusion after much
cusslon, and It Is. not n conclusion
lll'oly to relieve thf short supply ltu-
yey much Tofiy mm vl,,,,, ,. wor( for ,, of
extra Is allowed to come out of the kinds relating to sugar, and pnrtltu-bottled-iip
sugar supply In Russia dur-Jlarly as to tho revenue derived fiom
Ing 1912, and apparently provision has. sugar by tho different countries An
been made for only 100,000 tons above
the 200,000 tons yearly limit, to come
out at such time and in such quantity j
as tho situation at the time may call
for during the following years. The
Convention has been renewed for five
jears, from September 1, 1913. per
mitting Russia to export 200,000 tbm
annually, as before. The action of.poml for our -country. If It should
the Convention has apparently been be determined thai all Hug-tr eou
illscnuntcd by the prices now current 'sumed' In tho United Stales and its
In Rurope, and operators there ami
now more particularly Interested In
the Cuba crop reports.
Refined Following the course of
the, raw market, the refined sugar
market made frequent and Important
advances during several days of the
weok, the final quotations' being up
20c per 100 pounds. Final quotations
are. 5.70c per pound less 2 for Fine
Granulated by all refiners.
New, Orleans, San Francisco, Den
ver and Michigan followed with simi
Tho j demand was active and at
times Intense, but more quiet at the
Arbuckle Is withdrawn.
Tariff No decision has yet beon
reached as to the final, tariff bill to
be ' prCsentod by the Committee oi
Ways and Means of the House of
Rcires.ontatlveH. The Idea of a sim
ple 'tariff bill covering only duty on
Imports is now giving place to the
consideration of a combined customs
tariff and Internal revenue bill, fol
lowing the custom of all the European
nations' that have become sugar-pro
ducing countries. As production has
increased from small, beginnings In
tnose t-puniries, me revenue irom cue
ioni( uuvies constantly uecreuseu unu
gave place to revenue from Internal
taxation on sugar consumption. The
United lBtates has now reached the
point Vhere over one-half of tho
sugar required for consumption Is of
domestic and Insular production and
brings ho revenue to the Government.
Virtually tho other half of our re
quirements for consumption is pro
duced In the Island of Cuba, which
receives a benefit of 20'', of the duties
charged to other countries. Our total
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Streets.
luvcuuo thus ionics fiom CiiIm Hiigti.i
and uiiiuuiiIm to ubjut $5o,uoii,uno
The total sugai consumed placed'
upon the same revenue basis would
nrnilupe lo the (loverniuelit about
The peculiar part of thin sugar situ-
ntlon Is that while the Government
gets but $50,000,000 revenue, all the
consumers of the United States hav
to pay for their sugar a price based
upon $100 000,000 revenue, and tne
amount collected by the Government,
as above stated, Is $50,000,000. Thus
rhoconsumors of sugar are virtuallv
paying " $50,000,000 to the producer
of .Sugar 'in tho United Stales nnd
dependencies In order that the Gov-
prnment may receive a lovenue of
$50,000,000, anil as fast as the pro
duction increases the revenue de
creases. What has particularly called the at
tention of Congress lo this question
Is that the Department of State, at
dls-'tbo request of n sub-roinmlttee of tho
House of Representatives, sent to the
United States Consuls In all parts of
examination of these valuable rciioriK
shows that In every country In the
world, except tho United Slites, even-
pound of sugar that goes Into con
fumptlorr contributes to the revenue
of the country, nnd that the consump
tion taxes' In tho foreign countries
are very much higher than any pro-
dependencies pallia say, Vtc rr puind
for the Internal revenue lax, the revc-
nuc of the Government from Hull
tource alone would be $l8,ooo,oiiit, and
as tho consumption Increases frm.il
car to car tho levenues also In-1
Doiicmllhg on Cuba for the large,
pan of our deficiency in domestic pro-
ductlon, we could afford to leduce the
duty on Cuban sugar bIiiiii 40 , from
$1.34 to 80c ier 100 pounds, bringing
In a revenue to tho Government of
$25,000,000, which, with the $18,000,
000 Internal tax, would amount to
$43,000,000, In place of the $50,000,000
now collected. The reduction In reve
nue would be $7,000,(00, and the sav
ing to consumers by this new sstem
would be ,$24,000,000, iicr minum or.
the basis of' consumption of 1911.
Under this system, with a sujll-clently-hlghor
duty on foreign sugar
than on Cuba sugar fo afford protec
tion to and stimulate the home and
Cuban production, tho revenues would
constantly Increase .without Increas
ing Ihe cost to tho consumer.
This Is tho 'problem that tho Com
mittee on Ways and Means Is now
working out, while the chemical
schedule of the tariff bill is passing
through the House.
Such a revenue bill, If properly ad
Justed, would undoubtedly meet with
favor by all sugar Interests as it cor-
laiiuy would tie nailed with pleasure! on nil citrus fruits from Mexico, lie
by tho sugar consumers cf the coun-i cause of the oraime fly, and If tho
try, nnd would mako the sugur pro- quarantine should be extended to Mex
duclng and refining Industries subject lean bananas it would give Hawaii a
to the regulation of tho Government monoisilj on that fruit, If they hold to
to a certain extent. ' Ucan culture methods.
Tho domestic cane nnd licet pro-
ducers ure not so much interested In Land Commissioner Quits.
the question of amount of an Internal On Thursday word was given out
VX 7E want you to see the new Pumps arid
Button Boots we have just received.
These are of the very latest REGAL styles
and in all leathers.
You know the RliGAL Shoes are btvlt on the latest Paris
and New York custom-made models, and come in 1 sizes.
It will afford us great pleasure to
show you these newest of Shoes.
iuvciiiio tax us Ihoy lire In li i Iiik the
umtums tutlft adjusted K afford them
a sufficient proleillon lo (heir Indus-
For Honolulu Harbor,
Commissioner Wakefield presented,
at the weekly meeting of the Harbor
Commission, one of tho most compre
hensive Hellenics of narnor improve
'ment for Honolulu that has jet been
(.ttempted. Briefly, be plans to save
moncv by using tho funds proKsed
to be used for dredging additional
slips west of the Alakea Dock for the
construction of bulkhead wharves run
ning from the Alakea Dock to the
Oceanic. The advantage pf this Is
that It provides ample wharf space
for handling the cargoes of large ships
and giving quick dispatch In addi
tion to this the scheme Includes the
eventual opening up of the wholu
water front, through the Allen ft Rob
inson lumber jnrd, nnd running a rail
way track, under Government control,
along the ,'front, mi that the public
wharves will have a service, In so far
as prompt trausiKirtiitlnn, Is concerned
equaling that of any private wharviM
Finally It is planned to run oil suppt)
pipes along fho wholo front, so thore
will be no necesslt) for ' huulnlg ship"
to secure oil suppl) or to gnln more
direct connection with uio rrlwaj
system for transhipment to other
parts of the Island Tho plan Is a
verj elaborate one and will be fully
dlscutscil by buflnexs men and busi
ness organizations boforo It may be
regarded as finally settled un. One
of the best leatures Is that the money
Is available to carry out the main pre
liminary factors, namely, the construe'
tlon of the bulkhead wharves. The
other parts of It can bo cloveloix.nl
Good for Nahlku Rubber,
lhat a scven-jear-old rubber plan-
jlatlon should bo In the dlvliKnd-pa-
ing class of Industries of Hawaii Is
one of tho business news feiturcs that
Is making people look up. That Is tilt-
reKirt that Is going the rouuyls, how
ever, In regard to Nahlku rubber plan
tation. It Is also the boast of the
promoters that much of tho capital has
not been drawn uxm In cnrrlng on
the enterprise, and the prosects are
the brightest for a bannor crop this
coming vear. The product of the plan
tation Is now on the market, and It Ib
expected (hat the best of prices will
Improved Banana Market.
The strict Inflection of all bananas
lhat have been sent to the Coast dur
ing the last two wecka (over 8,000
bunches) Is making for n better status
for Hawaii In regard to fruit quaran
tine un the Coast. The warning was
sent here that If Infected bananas
were received In San Irnnclsco the
fruit dealers would refuse to handlo
Hawaiian fruit. Market Superintend
ent St irrctt has received wor.l that
California has declared ft quarantine
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 30, 1911.
C'uMi nn hand and In bonk
Klmki and other IllVertnielltS .,
Murtgnnes sfturrd by rent estate
liojh, demnml nnd time
nirnlture and llxtures ...,..,,
An rue. 1 IntorPKt receivable1.
I'iipllnl KulrrUiid ... Jioo.ono 00
Fifty percent puld In
Hhart h biers' llublllt) ,..., loooouoo
Undivided prullts .,...
TruM uud ugeiir atcouiits
Other liabilities r...'t
Territory of Hawaii,
f'lty nnd (Monty of Honolulu )
I, A N Paiilpbell, Treasurer of the Henry Watrrlinun Trunt Co, Ltd,
do solemnly swear that the mIkivh Statement ix true tn the bet of my knov.1
tdxe und belief
A N t'AMl'HKI.L,
Hubneribeii and sworn to before m Ibis 30th da of December. 1911.
Notiry Public, rirst Judicial Circuit.
that Ijind Commissioner Judd had re-
signed his ssltl(in ami Would go back
lo the States. It Is stated that Mr
Judd has resigned for pommnl and
family rcasors only, and will return
to his foimer imslllon with the Fed-
oral Forest Service In the State of
Oregon It Is stated on falrl) good
authority that Mi. Judd's successor
will be chosen Irom within the Terrl-
tnrv , I
Inspects Our Sanitation.
wunng uie weeK pai .Major H. j.
James of the Indian Medical Corps
has been In the city studlng the
mosquito problem ns It Is handled' In
this city. He Is on a tour of tin'
world, sent b the British Government,
and his business Is to follow up a lino
of porls at which It Is probable that
ships corilug through the Panama
Canal and from the mils of South
.America would be most like!) tn sloo,
nnd In so stopping leavo dlseare.
Major Jones has visited it number of
the Far East xirts, and hns made -t
note of the methods lhat each largo
city employs In fighting the fever-.
carrying mosquito, and this he reiwrts
to his home Government. It Is thought
that arter the.openlng of the canal the
couiltrles Interested In the prevention
of fever will hold n conclave fo doviso,
menus of lighting lh tsllseuse.
Hllo Railway Stock. '
During the llrst of the weok con
siderable Interest was manifest In the
steady advance of Hllo Railway com
mon The rumor on the street had It
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that the rallwn) had closed a deal with
the Brewer ft Co plantations along
the Hllo roast for the hauling of
sugar. This has been denied, bow
ever, by the Brewer & Co officials.
adding lhat Ihe agreement tho Brewer
eopte had with the Inter-Inland
Steam Navigation Conipanv ran to
September, 1915 After that date th
best rale will get the buslners
i There arc a number of large blocks
of u, throughout the Tcrrllorv lhat
are soon to be opened up, and are
now- under consideration by tho Gov
ernor A lot of this land is on Kauai
This Is ronsldeied as good for pines
as nny land in Ihe Terrltor) In this '
connection it Is stated that plans am
on foot for the establishment of a
tannery In the locality.
There ure also plans on foot for the
surveying or n lot of land on Maul
for homestead purn)ses. Another sec
lion If nt Hiikaluulkl, Hawaii fur
which applications have been hent In,
Regarding these, the Governor savs
-The survejh for these blocks will oo
made as soon as ixisslble now. and we
,,,,. that In the near future we shall
be able to throw them open for the
prions purees they are Intended
On fMondu) the Territorial Board of
Immigration received n cable to the
effi-ct that the steamship llarpallou
has sailed, from ()orto destination
Honolulu, with u laigo '.lumber of
Portuguese immigrants on board.
This was on the twenty -flftti of last
month, und tho vessel was lo call at
Gibraltar, where It will pick up a large
number of Spanish I ilgrauts. The
Hurpallon will make u direct run to
Hawaii. There are 1481 aboard.
The tUht against the fruit dy In
the Kohola District Is still being
waged with all the vigor thalcju lt
collected and with u determination to
rid that st of the iest. This Is the
only dlhtrlct on the Inland "f Hawaii
that has been found to be lufesled,
nnd It will bo held In that locality If
The light hero on Oahu Is on In full
fwlng. but those who are doing the
fighting state that there will have to
be more Interest taken by all Ihe resl
dents and lhat the work of eradica
tion must be of the i-o-oiwiatlve na
ture, or Iheie will not bo tho result
desired. "What Is needed," said Mr.
Giffiird. "Is more general understand
ing of what to do and more anxiety
to do It now. We wl ,e Kai) (ll
supply Information on all points to
anyone who will apply for It"
Labor Unions Meet.
The labor unions of Hawaii are lay
nlg plans for a big conclave, to bo
held mine tlmo In June, whon 'a move
will lm made toward n universal wase
scale that will prevail all over tho
group. According to some of the lead
ers of tho dlffeient hills, there Is to
be some ikiIIUcs done while the as
sembly Is In this city.
Visiting Railway Men.
Hawaii has biou fortunate of late
In having n number of railway" men
within Its borders, who have been see
ing all that there Is to be seen from
one end of tho Territory to the other,
and have been to Impressed with wlu;
Ihey saw In the way of attractions for
the tourist from the mainland that
Ihev havo gone back to their homos
In the States confirmed boosters for
Hawaii Particularly among these U
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enser agent of tho Southern Pacific
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ou rlih returns.
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