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That Little Hacking Cough 1 ! V Hard coughs arc bad enough, to be sure But It's often the little, hacking, tickling, persistent cough that means the most, especially when there is a history of weak lungs in the family. What should be done? Ask your doctor. He knows. Ask htm about the formula on the label of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask him If this medicine has his full approval for throat and lung troubles. Then do as he says. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ttrnni V, Dr J. C. km A C. Ualt. W.m, U. 5. . BUSTNEKs OAXDB. tfOKOIiCLTJ IRON WORKB CO. Machinery of 4rrtry description mad to order. tl Notice of dissolution of copartnership. Notice U hereby given that tlio undersigned doing and currying on mi nutomobilo rent service business nt Bishop and Hotel streets, Honolulu, Territory of Itawnit, uihIit Hio firm name and stylo of Hughes & ScliocnliiK wai tliis day, by inutunl consent, din-solved. Datod, Honolulu, July HI, 1912. II. T. IIUGIIK8, C. M. SCHOKNINO. 3729 ,TtiIy JO, 2(5; Aug. 2, 0. EUBY ring, surrounded with twelvo dlnmonds, set In platinum. Finder will receive a reward of ono hundred (9100) dollars upon returning same to the offlce of Tfce Advertiser, and no questions will oq Mked. 0317 MnTEiLS FOR DOCK WORK Concreting Is to Be Resumed in Earnest Next Week All Difficulties Met. Ker ,'ouud of mmoiit, wind and concrcto rock la ossonbled at the J'oarl Harbor drydbek sito ready for uso in cgmmpucing tlio connoting of tho dock basin next week, when tho work will bo started mid kept up with a rush. Stanford has watched a test batch of tho nowly approved mixture "Tromiod" into tho basin, and having been tested under tho official eyo of tho chief of tho bureau of yards and docks, tho approved compound may bu utilized to carry on tlio work. President Hinds of tho San Francisco Ilridgo Company, which holds tho contract for building tho drydock, has visited tho dock slto with tho admiral and yostorduy stated that Homo timo noxt wook the real work on concreting would 1)0 under way. This will bo duno in noctioim ono nnd two which aio enclosed with sheet piling. All tho materials are on hand so thoro will bo no delay whntovor. Concreting has been postponed for sovcral mouths, or hinco it was discovered that tho concrete mixture then used was useless for holding purposes. Tho bottom of tho dock leaked and tho vater thrust threatened to push tho coinent up. mis iiiincuity was unioro seen nnd thou commenced tho work of finding tho best mixture,. Hundreds of tosts were made and a mixturo wns finnlly found which met I'll require weuts nnd has been duly approved Wunhluuton. Tho visit of the ndml it nil to the dock lias clinched this approval. Deep Pump Well. Ono of tho big items of work in con-section with the, drydock is now under way. This is the pump well which is to bo used for draining the dock, l"or that reason the null will be sixty-five feet deep. It is being unclosed with sheath piling, tho same system being employed there us in the dock proimr. Piles am to bo driven In tho bottom to assist In holding dawn thn clay and rural strata. 'I'M most ImporliiMl feature connected with tlio development of tho drv. dork, to bo determined in u couple of weens, i pin location or the liiw foot extension, ror which llm navy lias recommended about 700,01)0. Tho bill In whlnli this item L IIMpd Iius not yet been pnnl by iiingriiw, but Is ii i met ed to hweuino law wliln h short tfiim. Tun situs urn propoisil, aua si the lam) mid ami i,e other at thu harbor iiml, with ila clmuue. in fwvnr of tho harbor und bulnii ntumm, IIIIVMl A immi, wild Adwiini til ns (dmlrman, will JmUiuiImk M IjllWllWII, .4-"- a iiqmm tmowmn. Tlirr It MM0 iHlklUlH Ihsi vwty fumlly sliiiillil I iiiuvliJsd vtii sud iNully ilurlUtf ink W'miimi iiMifihe, VIS. f'IUIlllii)lUlU' K' I' lli sul lilnriliusn HiMuiMy 11 it ji , ., 1 . ihiii iu mi iieiw j . NEXT MAILS 1 Oout, Orient and Colonial. Mails are due from tho following, lolnti as follows- Kan Francisco Per Persia, today. Yokohama Per China, July 29. Australia Per Makiira, Aug. 13. Vancouver Per Morama, Aug. 14. Malls will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Per Sierra, tomorrow. Yokohama Per Persia, tomorrow. Vancouver Per Mnkurn, Aug. 13. Australia Per Mnramn, Auff. 14. .- MARINE TIDINGS. By Merchants' Exduuna. Tucsdny, July 23, 1012. Grays Harbor Arrived, July 22, Schr. ti. (. Allen, licnco June 25. San Francisco Arrived, July 23, C a. m., 8. 8. Wilhclmlim, henco Jtny 17. Victorin Arrived, July 23, S. S. rnuia, hence July 10. Port Bragg Sailed, July 23, Barken- tine .T. M. OriflltH for Honolulu. Wednesday, July 24, 1012. San Frnnclsco Sailed, July 23, S. S. Virginian for Seattle, liana Sailed, July 20, Schooner Muriel for San FrmiclHco. San Francisco Sailed, July 24, noon, S. S. Lurlino for Honolulu. Yokohama Arrived, July 23, S. S. Nip pon .Muni, nenco .iiuy j.'. Pugct Sound Arrived, July 24, Schr. Mary K. Foster, henco July 2. Thursday, July 23, 11112. Pugct Sound Arrived, July 23, Schr. Alice Cooke, licnco July 1. Port (Inmblc Arrived, July 23, Schr. Gambia, henco Juno 20. POtT J KGHOLULU. ABIUVED. Tuesday, July 23. Str. Mnuna Ken, from Hilo, 0:10 n. m. Am, Schr. Kric, from Tocopilia, 3:30 p. in. Str. Llkclikc, from Hawaii ports, a. in. Wednesday, July 21. Str. Wallclc, from Hawaii, 2:50 n. in. Str. Claudinc, from Hawaii, 4:45 n. m. Str. W. G. Hall, from Knunl, 7:30 n. in, Str. Maui, from Hawaii, 10 n. in. Thursday, July 25. Am. Bk, Nminnu, from New York. ia Falkland Island, 11:30 a. m. DEPA11TED. Str. Iwalani, for Hawaii ports, 12 in. Str. Kniiibiiii, for Hilo, 12 m. Str. Miknhaln, for Maul, Molokai and Lunni ports, 5 p. in. Hit. Kiimu, for Kauai iorts, 5 p. in. Str. Niilmu, for Knuni ports, p. in. M. N. S. S. Hilouian, for Port Allen, p. m. M. N. S. S. Honolulau, for San Francisco, 10:10 a. m. Btr. Mnuna Kca, for Hilo, direct, 10 ii. m. Str. Niilmu, for Hawaii, 3 p. in. A.-H. 8. S. Alaskan, for Kahului, 5:30 p. in. Str. W. G. Hnli, for Kauai, 5:15 p. m. Str. Maui, for Knunl, 5 p. in, Str. Likcliko, for Hawaii, C:40 p. in. PASSENaEEB. Arrived. Per sir. Milium Kca, from Hilo. via way ports, July 23. Mrs. G. 11. Tut- no nun son, mth. lv. u. Phillip, w. H. Miles and wife, Miss Harvey, Mrs. Shoemaker, Ii. W. Hand, dipt. W. Han- iium ami wlto, Mrs. w. n, Niclterson, Miss G. Pratt, Mrs. A. Pratt, It. Schubert, A. W. Kdwards, wlfo anil son; Miss Stocking, Miss .. Noble, .Miss J. (loocli, it. Sinclair, L. II. Camp, Mrs. II. T. Jenkins, H. Dreior, Geo. l'reitas. ,T. h. Hobiiisou nnd wife, Miss I. T. .Meyers, Mitrn a. .nclinuc, .Miss .m. Miss Dodson, Mis" Goldman, Miss Aiiisworth, Miss Benedict, Miss II. Kingsbury, W. Allon, J. 11. (lamer, A. T. Wisdom, Miss V. Miles, W. V. Colo, C. A. Simpson, Mrs. W. 1 Drako and child, Mrs. A. McGurn, Mrs. It. S. loung, .ins. i. lokc, 1J. U. Harrett, Itev. Hbursolo and wife, miistor Eber-solo (2), 1). Quinn, It. I.udloff, O. wife and daughter; Jno, ltattray, Dr. J. W. O'ltourke, Prof. T. A. II. O. Wood, II, C. Kluegcl, S. Johnson, Mrs. 1 Crossen mid child, Miss A. F. Williams, II. (J. Mohr and wife, W. L. Hipp, Geo. Mutidoii, A. It. Abken, T. Ouoderii, I. Sogs, 11. Sawada, Miss N. Keanu, Miss H. Cliing HI. Per str. W. G. Hall, from Knuni, July 21. ii. II. Coney, C. W. Spitz, K. A. Ifoss, Mrs, C. II. Wilcov, H. Schultz, C. V. White, C. Ah Clio, Miss M. Akiuia Miss J, Hustle, Miss M. Hnstio, M. Ilowers, "iX. A. Aldrich, Jns. Awal. Miss C, Ahnlu, ,Tas, Amos, Miss K. Iloohnuo, uev. a, i j. ueBim. .miss i;. uesna, .Mrs. W. L. ltnners, Miss h. Aliolo; 30 deck. Per str, Cliiudlne, from Hawaii and Maui ports, July 24. T. Ilonjo, Miss llnyee, Mrs. U I), Wnrren, Miss W. Ilolmon, P, Mnhiikn, Jno, Coslu, T), Twendlo, II, Campbell, Win. Maxwell, II, Mareidle, Mrs. Miircnlle, H. II. Pen-hallow, Mrs, PcnlmHow, H. Y. Slarrctt, II. 4. MiiMer, C, It, Collins, Dr. Young, .Mury ivnniiKiiii, i, i.neare, mim y I,yons, Kulepn Anmy, T. Hiintn, Miss Nntsu, W. ,1. Coelho, W. If. Uue, l'atlior Muurm, A. Well, J. if, Tucker, I), I Austin, 11. I j. Ili'wsnn, J. K. flniiiiiinn, J, 11, Cookett, .Mrs. Cokett, .1. II. Mr. V. Afontf, 8. Ankl HT deck. Departed, Per sir. Klniiu, for ICiiua) polls, July 01 lr .,.! XI 1..,.,,,, (I. K.,; M," ,, Hl, ,',,.. Ht, t,,,M, ,", , , VI ruey, A. Iluiiidiurg, Ii. Cliiford K'linball, a O. W Wm ,'iinii, ), II. Niiulu, Miss Alloa At, Al, ,11)1111 I 'HVII0,.,IIIIIUU HniiM'i ,i .1. ... si . ,, , Dlckiiy, llwi. riniu, .., , , 1 ittio a. 1. ,1 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912.-SEMI WEEKLY Kurd, Mr. nnd Mm. '. A. Kbe, ! H, lion mii, Ii U. !lnrliiiii, Mim iliimiH Tun Miss M. Williliu, Mr. ,1. I). CyulS, II I'. AgtM', lv. lfob'iuhl uu4 Ntrvsnl. t liiMlill, VMt IIhiIuii, Uldur A. k Muwllsy, ilr. (Irtm, l WUltsrd, si. C I'm.., J P WnliOr, Mi., W.leknr, , I li.'un, i' II iUUu, Ui IC iluu liuiiin, Mi i, Akiuutt, lloili Hung, ,1,11,11. Duiii,', Ml. Nui4 l,uiv, Ui I. 1. In 11 l.uulM IvmuIsuIm, l,illl,l4 Kit II .11 limn K.iiiuii Mi Mulirl linuii, --,.ii Iium I' bii, U liitliuid. A ll x,.ia Imt u nub iiluiut., UiUu IIm.IiI, Klu Kim, IU i: Uiul ijuvi7 fsil jy yWi' ivIh 1 1 ,.1, ., M,,i ut. U,f lisnu Mi MiTuril in he Hlllwui Hi I ,1 .u t,t lla,,u, Mi,. lUihn Umi, Mtw u llVMNHi N4lllb f 'V, )K ..g.1,1. 1 ll, itf flAWAIIi I'll ill MlkuliuU (ul Mitul u4 Mm SENTENCES GIVEN SIX OFFENDERS Manslaughter to Embezzlement Is Dealt With-In a Rush By Circuit Judge. (Prom Thursday's Advcrtlicr.) When six offenders indicted by the territorial grnhd jury were arraigned in tho circuit court yesterday morning 'on crimes varying from manslaughter 'to grand larceny, nil were encer to en- tor pleas of guilty, nnd Judge liobliison in rapid fire order handed out sentences to the different parties of from ten years to six months each, Frnncitco Antonu Marquctta, who waH indicted for murder in tlio first degree, had tho charge reduced to man- slaughter in tho first degree, as tho grand jury expressed a doubt ns to the justice of placing tho moro serious char go against him. Ho pleaded guilty lo tlio moiliiicii cuarge mm wns sentenced to not less than tea years at hnnl labor. His crime was tho killing of a friend by stubbing him in tho stomach with a pair of scissors, both men being drunk nt tho time. Kufino Lopez pleaded guilty to burglary in tho'ffirst degrco and wns given fivo years nt hnrd labor. Not less tlinn fivo years nor moro than twenty wns tho sentence imposed upon Juan Itodrigues, who pleaded guilty to burglnry in tho first degree. The chnrgo ngainst Frafilc Sullivan, who was indicted for burglnry in tho first degree, was chnngc4 to larceny in tho first degree. Ho wns sentenced to servo not less thnn a year at hard labor. Jmucs Isaac Terry wns indicted for assault and battery with a weapon ob-' viously and imminently dangerous to life. Ho entered n plea o guilty and wns sentenced to six months in Oahu prison. To a similar chnrgo llobort Joseph Kowo also plcndcd guilty and ho wns sentenced to servo not less than two years at hnrd labor. Itowo wns indicted for nssnult with Intent to commit murder, but on n statement of tho city attorney's ofilco that tho evidenco did not seem to warrant that charge, Judge Itohinsou reduced it to tho minor charge. Tlio case ot tlio Territory versus David If. Kama, on a charge of dismissed and ordered stricken from tho calendar, The appeal in mitigation of scntonco made in the caso or tho Territory vcr nnd battery, was beard by Judgo Hob. insoii. Tho sentenco Imposed by 'iho district court of imprisonment for three months wns suspended for -thirteen nioiitlii. Tho defendant ploafled guilty to tho chnrgo in tho district court. ;,,. J ' ' SCHMITZ AND DREW . WRITING AN OPERA i 8AN I'ltANCISCO. July 25, Ex- Mayor Schmitz nnd Attorney Frank Drow aro collaborating in tho writing of nn oporn, -which deals with pioneer lifo iu California. ft lokni ports, July 23. Mrs. Pnonkalaai, W. Paoakalnni, Jr.. K. M. Cooke, Eugene Murphy, Mrs. Mutch, Miss Mutch, .T, Jackson, Mr. nnd Mr'. Gaston Joao, Manuel Joao, Hvu Jono, C. Kiilcliiin, J, IT. Nnpnpn, Ho v. A. If. Smyth. Per str, Mnuna Kea, for Hilo, via way ports, July 21. A. Akrons, Hon. J. If. Ifalnniminolo, C. Barclay, Mrp. Cling. Iiudwlgscn, Mrs, C. L. Dickerson, Mrs. If. h. Forces, Mrs. Nnttie, Miss II. B. HlggliiH, Miss A, Couch, Antono Jesus, Jr., Joseph S. Vicrra, Miss M. Wise, Mrs. J. 11. ..mu.Mrs, C. Vierra, Vincent; Foriinndez, C. W. Asliford, Hlclinrd H. Trent, It. H. Atkins, M. Worthington, wifo nnd dniightcr; Mrs. Jns. I,. Cornwcll, MiB Uornwoll, Frank Itlckert, Knai Glee Club, 1). K. Hooper, llov. P. Cowan, D. II. Case, C. M. Miss D. Ifnmnknwiwoolo, Mrs. A. Hnssey, Mrs. Ainoy Alio, Mrs. G. Ii. Kopn, MUs H. lfnnn, Miss H. Nalpo, H. If. Nalpo, If. Tfawano, T. Ifov. J, Kama and wife, Clms. WV Jones, Miss Marion Jones, Miss Kaolitimu Apu, Miss Mary Xiiillma, Mrs. Nnillniii, Mrs. 8. C. Dwight, Miss 1(1011, .Miss Wndo (2), JI. Johnson, A. Gartlcy, Miss Hcnuiiig, Mrs. T. A. Burniiighnm, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Dawson, David If. Dowsott, W. W, Mnc kny. Mr. mid Mrs. O. II. Walker, Miss Cecilia Chuck Hoy, Miss Hnttlo Ayau, J. F. Itlcketts, W. C. Paul, Miss Fnrrcll, Miss Anna Fnrrell, Mrs, D. T. nillerwny, Miss 11. Joslln, Miss M. Joslln, Mr. Taylor and party, Miss Mnry Blveii, Edith It". Tsukiyiimn, JI. A, Baldwin nnd party, C. 8, Carlsinith, It, T. Ullle, Miss White, Mis. I.lng Till Soon, Mrs. Maachlto, Miss Annie IMrden, Mils M. Mniehke, Mrs. F. Kublmnnn, Louise, Whipple, J 0,1 Jones, p. 1), Chnrdler, Miss M. finiffeii, .Mrs, iinKii, .Mrs, Aiitoiui Jems Jr., .Mr. nnd Mrs. U. If. Al, John Knuiuuno, William Jfoolau, Jtov. (1. If. Kopa, Alexander Auld, Ii, Wheeler, Mrs. Ii. Snidge. Mil Jninlsnu. Mrs. Ii, Peru, Mrs, B. ,T, Wright, Mra, Dnvld Hlclinrd, Mas, if. Wallace, j, Wndn, Mury tliimlooii, J. O. J'relu, J). J), hxviiii, i.hicm ivnui, iH'o, .Miiiiiion, ,i, u ROAD riL'L'iiorn. .Mr. 1111.1 in . 11 iiurmo. Bi.rn.il, Mr nntl, W.T, Pulp, IIm M II 1'n.iUy, ll M ly, Jji t. )u 11 I'ledmbW., Vls.t.r W lWif, Mi.. I, Hut no, Ml V. Juum, Ml.. I, Mu I ,ln,i, I, MhIIIhw., Mi. Mitih', Win Uuuulil.lihvu,, Mi iliiuiil.lipli.iii, Ur 1, . Wvii(,,'k IS) li W ll IUII, fMi IUu.ii 1 nt, JuK Mi X I, UmUiUihi t Ijmh 14'it Juliiii.n, M.11 tMi,, J II I i'lin 1' 1 I.Allifd A I' ROLE CAUSE OF A (From Thursday's Advertiser.) "Stenm roller tactics" in tho board of supervisors' meeting yesf onlay over the purchase of n steam road .roller were blocked by a majority of tho board, particularly after Supervisor MeClellnn said tlmtjio had heard a good deal about a steam roller in tho laqt few days mid concluded with the remark that "tho proposition does not look good to mc." The statement brought Supervisor Murray to his feet with a demand that .Mr. McCIcllaii explain himself. nppcurcd to bo touchy and was insistent that tho Democratic member unburden himself. He was insulting in his anger, alleging that McClcllan was "not ninii enough to reply." Through nil this tirndu McClelhin sat tight in Ids sent, mulling and pulling peacefully nt his Manila. When thu smoke of tho conflict blow awny tho Murray resolution for the purchase of a road roller from J. P. Ijynch wiib lost. At tho last meeting of the board a resolution was introduced appropriating $3750 steam road roller of ten tons weight. Yesterday at noon two bids were received. Ono was from tho J. P. Lynch Company, offering to tell n ten-ton roller for $3750 In fifteen days, and another typo for 3200. The Honolulu Iron Works offered to sell n Kelly-Spring-Held roller for 43300, thirty days delivery. Mmrny cUdouccd a tremendous interest in the Ijynch bid. A roller was needed now, ho said, and the fact that one could ho brought here from Portland in fourteen days wns n great pleasure to him. If tho opportunity were not taken up Immediately it would ho lost, he feared. It was suggested that tho guarantee of others to deliver in thirty dnys should bo considered and anyway thcro wns not so much need for haste. Murray stated that ho would not believe anyone's guarantee to deliver in thirty days-it couldn't bo doao "but, gentlemen, we liave an offer for a road roller to bo delivered in fifteen days." Objection wns mndo that tlio roller was too light, but Murray waved ob- sua Kamaka Pole, charged with assault iCctions aside T TD IS HOW Murray Wants to Know if Anyone Suspects Graft Bad Look About Whole Affair Tho roiiresentntlvc of tho Honolulu Iron AVorks, II. Waldron, arose to speak about delivery, but was shut off by Actiug Mayor Low nnd told to sit down, A few minutes afterward J. P. Lynch arose to make n statement and was permitted to talk, apparently as much ns ho wanted.. He stated ho hud from Portlnpd saying tho road roller in question could bo sent hero in fifteen days. When ho saw that thero was 801U0 hesitation about accenting his ofTer, Mr. Lynch said lie would bo willing to tnko off $1G per day for all dnys over dolivery time. Murray then moved that Lynch's offer be accepted. This brought to his feet with n question ns to why there was so much difference in tlio cost between tlie l,yncli that submitted by tho Honolulu Iron WorkB. Ho belioved, anyhow, tho board was not in a position to authorize tho acceptance of Mr. Lynch's offer ns ho was just tho agont for one stylo of machine. If tlio board wanted n special roller then it should so stato in its applications. Tlio voto wns then tnken on Murray' motion and was lo9t on tho following ballot: Amniin, Kruger and Murray, aye; Low, Arnold, McClel inn niul iiivignt, no. "T am rather surprised to find Mr. 'Mcflcllnu voting on this matter ns ho is interested in tlio coinpnuy making tlio bid," said Murray. "There has been considerable talk about this steam roller in tho Inst few dnys, and I don't liko tho looks of it," answered MeClellnn quietly. That stnrted tho fireworks and graft was a word which wns freely used. Murray got little satisfaction iu endeavoring to pin MeClellnn down to what" wns really intended iu tlio Democrat's llttlo rema'rk. "Aro you getting into the saino habit as The Advertiser in yelling graft!" demanded Murray, . A porttonal letter has boon received by Governor Frenr from President Toft, iu which tho President expresses Ills appreciation for tho support given him at tho Chicago convention by tho Hawaii delegation, Tho lottor read) "Tho Whlto Homo, "Washington, July 8, 10 J 2, "My Dear Governors Tlio Hawaii delegation nt Chicago under your rami) through with a record of which U may well bo proud, "Personally I appreciate very much your efforts In my behalf nnd J with S Pit- i iL ' IbBiih" Hiowror. Blntwoljr yours, ,n.o,i P 1 1. ,,.s J' ' H.'tAI't." M Si. Mm () fi fiiott "(Hliiwil) WILLIAM Pi , Li; inih?' te 1 5i.i . ft" I ' "ovurnor In tho other wra.r (HUh, ir, ll l'milmllnw, Mm, II. l. I'unliulliiM, iiifmii uiul uiulili Mwwir.. I'Milmlluw (), Ml. If, njjli. Wm. Ilugg, Mi. . l Hniilli, .miJJ.1 Hlpvun, I mi, ii wilt!,,, ail. 11. rmriii0, an. A I' iIIumi., ftliu i;. Wnrimr, ti. Welkin, Mr N Wnlbli), WW A. Alhln.uH, im j, M, lluardiiMU, i. p, HARBOR BOARD'S ERROR, AuMinlluu lu ', 1' sUull nullum m ptirlnlciiduiit nf llm i). It. I L- Colli puny, tiM tuilruuij .diPdul. of wharf diiii"irrji' 1 a It'. vw. umdn up fiuu thu m furoUbntl liy Iho ImUr amu)l' udiimt, lb 8iiiarni rru In It mm tUv Iu k wiiliiU uu llm pari of Hi Im, 1 I 'I'll, Imilair , uiiiiiu.iiiii mid luillii.i I iiiii. In li.it. ln 11 duiiuii rn.i I'iih mid i,'l it, nil,. 1 liilelt SUGAR PROBE IS 60ING DEEP Hawaiian Sugar Men Have Not Been Called to Coast to Testify. SAN FHANCISCO, July 25. Further testimony to provo thai the American Sngnr Iteflning Coinpauy was operating ns a monopoly in restraint of trade was brought out horp today iu a letter from Henry Hnvomeyor to Wltherspoon, representative of tho company in Now Orleans. Tho letter wns written in 1900, whoa the Califor Bugar Itcfining Company proposed to rcsumo bushiest. wns Instructed to arrange, for railroad rates to Now Orloaus so that his company could compete in. tho fields with the California Hawaiian Company if it should ro Mime business. Tho letter said that tho Now Orleans refinery must run without a pro- 'fit to meet the condition forcsocn. It wns shown that Hawaiian inter ests sought to nrrnngo'with tho West em Sugar Itcfining Companv for a third of their businoss, but that Secretary Hnnnnni of the company and Sprcekels had refused to consider it. An effort is being mndo to show that tho Weitern Company was being run in reality in tho'interests of tho American Sugar Itcfining Compuny. Ecfincd Advances. SAN FIUNCISCO, July 25. The Federal Sugnr Iteflning Company is reentering tl'fl local field and refined sugar is now 5.10 cents a pound, nn of ten points ill ton days. No Witnesses from Hawaii. Hawaii's sugar magnates aro not to bo called upon to throw any light thoy may hnvo upon sugar trust affairs, or nt least none has received any notification to appear before tho special investigator now holding an inquiry on the Coast, despito tho rumors in circulation that K. D. Tonncy, of Cnstlo & Cookuj K. 1'nxon Bishop, of Browcr & Co., nnd J. P. Cooko, of Alexander & Baldwin, bad been subpoenaed to testi ly. The recent ileparturo or tlio latter for the Coast scorned, iu the opinion of some, to give weight to tho rumor. "I have not been summoned to San Francisco in tho sugar trust matter, and do not expxect to be, now that tho investigation has begun, said Mr. yesterday. "I had a letter from Mr. Itithct a couple of weeks ago," ho continued, " in which ho wrote me that ho and Mr. Tiolph had bc.cn invited to bo present at iho hearing nnd this caused some rearrangement of tho plans of Mr. Iiithet, who usually goes north at this season of tho year," Coast Refining Status, Thero seems to bo eomo misundor standing as to the history of tho sugar refininc business on the Const. nally Clnus Sprcckols wns engaged in the business in Sail Francisco and own ed tho Cnllfornia Itcfinory nnd the Aincricun Hennery wns owned by the Hawaiian planters. When, tho time was ripo the Hawaiian planters sold out to tlio Trust, otncrwiso cniion tlio Ainori' can Sugar Itcfining Company, Tho ol der Sprcekels then wont Hnst and built tho Phllndolnhin refinery, tho match which tct a iiowdnr train afiro and started a fight which continued for two years, when ho sold to tho Trust, Ho enmo West ngain and tlio Philadelphia nnd American Kenning companies wore consolidated. All of f'e brands of the company nre Western refinery brands. Marly in 11)12 the VcMni was sold to J, I), Sprecltols & Bro. by the Trust. Mr. Tennev "Sprockets will not rovlvo tho old company but will continue to open'tp the Western, tho California Sugar Hcfining Compnny as n defunct nnd useless The dissolution is made much ns the firm of William a, Irwin Co. wns merged into that of O. Browor & Co., Ltd. Yon see the advisability of carrying on tlio 11111111081 ns tho Western since nil of tho brands nro their 's," Tho Mistake is Made by Many Honolulu Citizens, Don't intstaKo tlio cnuio of backache. To bo cured you must know the cause. It is wrong to Imagine rollof is euro, Backache Is kldioy ache, You must euro the Kidneys, Head thu following and learn hovvi Mrs. Chnrlcs 15, Berg, Hid N. Bixtb at,, Wnllft Walla. Wiuh., layii "a member of my family wai atfllcted with kidney complaint and spent hundreds of dollars in doctor' trentmont without gottlug relief. This trouble wns brought on by exposure nnd tho cmitrnctlnii Of a cold. Ho cniiijilalned of a etcajy pom in the buck and H 111 u puoil, this trouhlo beciimo worsu. The Uldnoyii were Imilly dUorioro4 nnd the, kidney sccrullons caii.ud much Irnii liciiig voldud, u had u poor appetite, lost weight un.J oftgu imd dUiy ell iluring wlilcli Ihuro vui a bluirliiu liufnro tlio pyus. ly Iho cninpluint liucomo so bad Dial llm iifllleut mii (oiiflnd to hti M. Duun's Jittckaalia Kliliioy I'llls wer flwully lironHltt lo oer, stlpnjiuii and (heir ui was lititfiui. lluforo liitlf thu aunluut. 11 f tlio but WU1 llllllllitd tiuprovsuient w imtlswhlu and i the um ot ll" miiHily mt &uutiuuwV, tiia u'lMiiuuii of Vilney f(miiilll v Pom' lilli0 IfpluKy 1l' ure B0YAL 3nc &AKIN6 POWDER Ahsnlufolv Piika 'i Hn nmfxi ttatrtmm - Hilo ft. It. G (Isiueof lauii. Hilo R. If. Co. lid. & I'xln. Con. fi Ilonokaa Sti; Co, Ape Hon.ri.T.fiLCo.Opc nauai kv uo. is KqhalaDllchCn. 6 Natomaa Con. 61 Atcllrrdc Sucar Co., 6s Mutual Tel. 6s,.., ., u. k. a 1- to. 3 pc... rOaliu Sugar Co. 5 p c . Olaa Sugar Co. 8pc,., Pacillc Sugar Mill Co. Ci ,, Pioneer Mill Co. 6pc. Waialua Agr, Co. 5 p c. 5.000,000 2.000,111) 2.3I2.7K louo.nrin 7M.006 AIIJU.U"1 J.UXI.000 VJn.tm 1,000.000 600,1X10 500.000 3,MO,0O3 5.OOU.000 1,001,000 5,000,000 5,000.000 750,000 2,230,000 750.000 4,000,000 4.50O.00O 3.O(K),O0O 252.000 I25.0JO 2,250.000 750.00 l,207,i(X) "350',656 5,OO0.0U) I04.WO 2.hOO,UW EOO.000 1,250.000 500.000 3U.U0 279.TO Amt. Out- ttanuing 110,000 roo.ooo i.'ioo.o'jo 1 ,000.000 i.mxvn 1,244,000 400,000 1,240,000 1,000,000 1,673.000 COO.Ono 020,000 5(tl,(I) 500.000 ii.5oo.ino 2,lX),0(i0 210.000 2,,Xi 000,000 2.500,000 500,000 1.250.000 9IB.500 PAR VAl too 31 M IBS 44 ioh MM 7K 16V, 55k jy 01 '34k 122 IBIS' ca H5 14", 23)J MU 7M 4l 20 100 11)0 103 101 04 K 103 107 (W 93 K 0IW 103 I02U OTM 103 ll) I02 w matte from Roy ml Graft Ormam of Tartar Ho Alum, N Lime PhespiitfV An Old ami Well Tried Remedy MRS. WINSL0WS S0OTDLVC SYRUP hu Urn imd by niUnnt ti mouitn lor iKtir diiLIrea tul IraUual. Wh (xrfecl were. It kTum iht tm, Uin pm. wind coke, nd b Ux bnl rraeJr (of ffiantca. Soil bjr DrunnU. lit mteandoitor Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrap Used (or mora than three generation HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honoiulu, Thursday, July 25, 1012. NAME OF STOCK Mercantile C. Brewrr&Co SUQAB Haw. Agricultural"!"! Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. Haw. Sug. Co Ilonomu ..,,,.... Ilonokaa Haiku Hutchinson Sucar Plantation Co ;.,. Kaliuku Kekalia Sugar Co,.... Kolna ..... McDryde Sut. Co. Ltd. Oahu Sugar Co Ononiea , Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd... Paauhau Sug. Plan. Co. Pacillc Pala Pepcckco Pioneer Waialua Agr. Co Walluku Agr, Co Walmanalo , Wamica Sugar Mill.... Miscellaneous Intrr.lttand S. N. Co.. Haw. Utcctric Co...... II. R.T. &UCn. Pld.. It. ILT. A L. Co. Cam. MU1U11 1 CI. 1.0. O. t& LCo.. Ilito U. It. Cn. I Pfd Hilo .It. Co. Com.. Honolulu llrcwln; & Aliltinc Co. Ltd Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd I law, Pineapple Co ... . TanjonE Olok Hub. Co. tPahane Hub. Co Bonds Haw, Tcr. 4 p c (Plrc claims) Haw. Tcr. 4 p c 1905) .... ... Haw. Tcr. 4 n c Pub Im Haw. Ter. Ai a c Haw.Tcr, Haw. Ter. 314 o c Cat Heel Sug.S Helm ing 1.0. OS Honolulu UasCo.fa... Haw. Com. & Sugar Co, CAPITAL PAID UP 12.200,000 3IK 44 230 21 IS 220 7K 27tf 150 2 25 v. 71: 24 34 U 125 1 42 '4 435f 21b 101 101 H 94K io&' I03H ieli t2000 thnres tToai, stock, nt 103 at maturity. Between BostOj. hi'iiH. lb I In 1 la i uf Will b rkllU MO HrH..'" I I '.- . " " Ih.l tlie inHhihiI ciiiniiany . fvi IVM .liip('i. mil Iht iiu'.Ml Ih.l tin.' Aii.nll'.i1, II.whIUh lint' ttur ifullitii, 4 .lniil, Hi lilull i,l ll.ub' uvt ll,' 11 . niii'i (Uin, .151 Oahu Bug. Co., 20,75; 70 Kwn, 31.50, SMslon BaUl. 10 Onomon, C3,e5 17 Olnn, 7,f?0, Sugar quotation. 88 Dog, Analysis Boots 12s, lOd; parity, (jntrlfUBaU, 4.03. TERRITOHY HAS ft NICE CISH BULimCE In 4 itntemeiit I'Diniilctod by Tcr1. torml Auditor Fmlier, uliowmg tlie ro cnipU mil) dUliur'oiii0uti of Hid Tcrrl tonal govoriuiiuiit for His Daunl year, eiiMiiiir J lino 3D, the net oath ImIuiicu m eliuwn u )d much lurgur Hint) vt iixpcutod by HQvurnor Frcr. Thn lotul mrelpt. itiuuuiii) lu ,IU,t)IH3, while tlio dUlnirwiiiiiiiU wiru only f, MI,InS.i7, wluph loiivf. 0 npt u4.l1 bu) g neu, nflur duiillug H oul.tmiiliiiu; Mormuu, of miji IQ.KH. Tim guru buyu bum) ciliifd hi 'i'niainrwr J) l Hnnkllug in New Vnrk mmi) will be m.priu'l in Dm prninluir wiiii ii iiv 1. i,ieMininj fur i ' rt t.i ri Die imw build ii.iiv Hlilgh ivill liu of find fur tulu in 1 In. itti. llm huiiitlMd H"',l l d"li,ilW aiUait nod itiiuliiiu iirili,, il,, niimnii,,!, it thy vlu.iliiioul Ul 01) i.Ml l-H t.ll, II" 'H I?il I . I Id Minimi by tk Ifolliitor Ilrutf Hu , lloutiolu lUwoiriu II III tOMIVHllllil.l wliMlil nat for fhn Id 11 .iiibvl Ihw l.ii,. 1, , .uu.MNI' i.....il nu iu Uitth mil t I'lUi I In inn ,i U III! I'lllll. lUlttUMIt ll.i, h I'll MUH, IsllTlii nll '-I'll (Wit MiUH'll 1,1 lllttl,l I I I ,1 . ii '0 KI 11 ) Ilu.lt , UU j ll I'll "I llm I'll ul ll '. .1 in. 1 1., llllv 4 1 Ml'KHilllul. il III .