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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1901.
Murphy Club to Move.
The Murphy Temperance League .ias
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
secured Emma Hall, the former resi
dence of the late Queen Emma, an n
meeting place, lit a rental of $30 n
month. The directors have decided to
movo into the new quarters as soon as
possible. They need help In the shapo
of about a hundred chairs, two Wash
i I .1.
66La Insular of America
J Ington lights, together wtthoaoleg.coun
f! tcrs and shelves. Theodore Richards
'j$ will be the trustee for all furniture do
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAYID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
nated to the dub.
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THE POPULAR STORE
ONE SHEET AND
TWO PILLOW CASES
all In one box, and sold at from $2 to $4 per
'box. Each It hemstitched and embroidered
and la altogether one of the daintiest novel ,
ties we have In the store. Remember the
$2 TO $4 A BOX.
SUGAR WAR PROMISES
LONG AND BITTER
National Company Not Following
Havemejer Cut Estimate of
'World's Beet CropMid
dle West Fight.
' ' All Wool, 60 Inches wide; very suitable N
for skirts. Jacket or suits' of clothing for
men. Merchant tailors are cordially Invited
to Inspect these goods, as they are very
cheap, hiving been Imported before the high '
duty was put on. Worth $2.50 per yard, .
' but sold by us at
1 PER VARD.
On our center table you'll find a goodly
, assortment of choice REMNANT8 of COT
TON G00D8, which we are clearing out at
greatly Reduced Prices.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
The Now York Commercial's report
ot the sugar war on Oct. R, says:
The feeling prevailing In lower wall
street today that next week would
witness a further cut In tho price of
refined sugar. A reduction of 10 polnti
is looked for by consumers, tt. Is ad
mitted In tho trade that the recent cut
of in points, milking the price 4.8", net
In grocers, linn failed to stimulate tho
demand, nnd that stocks on hand are
growing as rapidly as before.
llu)crs, believing that .the product
will seek a mucD lower level, nro hold
ing off, their purchases being of a
liand-to-moutli rharacter. It Is be
lieved by many that the war started
by the American Sugar llcflnlUB Co.
ngnlnst beet sugar Inteiests will ln-
HueiKO a still lower level for the
A representative of the Amcrlian
fleet Sugar Co. today mild that the
fight of tho American Co., ngalnst thu
beet sugar Interests promised to be a
ptolongcd and bitter one,
"You can say," said ho. ".that we arc
In the fight to stay. Havemcycr has
started this war with the object of tie
moralising Hip beet sugar Industry,
but he will find ns well prepared for
attack. The grocers of tho mlddlo
West do not hesitate In expressing .n-
dlgnatlon toward Mr. Havemcycr for
cutting the price of sugar to such u
ridiculously low figure. OroccrB hnvn
stocked up with sugar at prices that
prevailed before the reduction, anu
they will now have Jo come down to
the selling figures fixed by those who
are In it position to lay In supplies un
der .Mr. llnvcmcyer'B new schedule.
"Oroccrs aro quietly passing resolu
tions of Indignation and do not hesi
tate In scoring the combine for Its ac
It U ft fare, Mfe n,t qn'ck rrnwljr,
Tlwre'. ONLY ONE
Two ilus yftr, ftol .
purchase Btigar In the Middle West and
ship It foist at a profit of about one
cent a pound. This has caused tho
American Co. to limit tho amount of
sugar sold at the low level.
Mr. Llchfs first estimate of the 1901
1002 beet crop has been Issued and
gives n total ranging from G.ISo.OOO
tons to G.TIC.OOO tons, The details are
France 1,143.000(8 1.245,000
IlUBsIa nC-O.OOOfj 1,050.000
Ilelglum 320,000 380.000
Holland 180.0000 200.000
Other countries .... 400.000 450,000
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Atherton Receive
Honolulu in Honor of Mr.
and Mrs, Frank
, HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sta.,
nlao HOTEL. ST., opposite Bethel.
Total , .fi.lS5,000OG,7l5,00O
Czurnlkow. Mardoilgal & Co., of
New York and London, say that tho
feature of tho week was the reduction
of 15 points on list prices on the ist
of October. Tho demand, while fair,
was not aB largo as was expected to
result from the decline. It Is also
stated that throughout tho West m
American Sugar Heflnlng Co. has made
Its price for granulated 3iic and as the
beet factories ore believed to have
made anticipatory, sales of most of
their output nt prices which were to
bo 10 points under those asked by their
H.iktcrn competitors, the cut will tell
very severely on their finances.
BIRDS AND WILD ANIMAL8.
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Carry s Magnesia
Wo havo now- a largo stock of tho
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough flro protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and enslly applied.
Pure water flowing sYoui tho roof
can bu used for domestic, purposes.
Can bo applied on oldshlngles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
Hat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any information desired.
Collector of the Port B. K. Stack
rim beet suiinr Interest of the -nolo has Just received the. following
.. u . . ' In.... -nm tliA I'HiiiaiiMK nAnni-tmnnl
country will combine in an enon to iii.t iii - ...,..,, .,.,,.... ....
create legislation that will servo to regarding tho Importation of wild nnl
thwurt tin. consolidation 111 Its at- ' ntl bird:
tempts to kill the beet sugar Industry. Treasury Department, Office of. Seer.
The United States Government ha ""X. wasmngion. uciooer s, iuui.
spent millions oi .dollars In developing The Collector of Customs, Honolulu,
... ...at Ifnmjill
tbe beet sugnr Industry of the United
States, and It Is not likely that Con
gress will stand for tho unwarranted
attacks being made against It by tbe
The action of the American Sugar
Sir: Referring to the- regulations of
this department, of Jtily 28 (T. D.,
22316) nnd August 24, 1900 T. I)., 22..
458), In regard to tho Importation and
Inspection ot wild animals and birds
Practically all Honolulu attended the
icccptlon glen at Kernhnrst last
night by Mr. and Mrs. Jos. U. Ather
ton for meeting their son and his bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Atherton. It
wns from S to 11 o'clock and for the
first half of the tlmo guests continued
to arrhe In steady succession. At any
time, after the reception had been fair
ly under way. there must have been
nt. least five hundred people In the
housn at once.
Ouests were directed on arrival b)
Messrs. (leorge Fuller and V.. II. Clarke
acting ns ushers, to the cloak rooms
for the ladles downstairs at the rear
end of the hallway and for the gentle
men upstairs. This brought them to
gether again at the font of the stairs,
n little out of the way of the general
crush, proving a most convenient ar
rangement for wbkh the plan of the
house Is ndapted. At thap point the
entry was made Into the back parlor.
guests being welcomed theie by the
dunghter of the host nnd hostess, Mrs.
Theodore Itlclmrds. and her husband,
thence moving up the room through
the archway Into the front parlor.
Here the reception party stood where
the retelling ceremony wns In full
view from the hallway and the front
room opposite. '
Mr, and Mrs. Jos. II. Atherton and
son, Charles H. Atherton, gave the
guests n cordial greeting as they pre
sented them to their children, the
young couple. The bride produces a
delightful Impression upon all by her
beauty, gracious demeanor and unaf
fected cordiality In smile and hand
shake. She could not have fulled to
receive the unanimous mental voto of
Honolulu's twice four hundred who
greeted ,hcr us being a charming nc
qulsltlou to this Insular society. It
was a decided pleasure to everybody,
also, to offer congratulations to tho
bridegroom, esteemed by all not only
for his own fine qualities but as a
member of one of the most plensant
nnd, in the highest" meanings of the
word, best families of Honolulu.
Fernhurst. the old home of the
Athertons, Is one of the local sights
which tnkes the eye of tho tourist for
Itu wnnlth nt frntilrnl fnllncp nnd flaw-
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all Inside. Eve-ybody invite J.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish Jl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 6ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
WELL WORDED WANTS' IN
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r i r rmurta. the orlce of der tbo act npprpved.May 2.1. 1900. licring Plants on a we. m um w.
h rh Middle West ! ... "aie to Inform you that, pending the l'0.rapns m w,0 Krnnll
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortmtnt.
.- ALSO .'....
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
MB,r " ",ul. "?,,.r" "? ' ..mi iirf .ui. ,n, frtr'galnvllla vine forming an arbor
nitnt tnat will DC uscu in ou-ngni -" --""V" rL"-'"---"V". !,,. !, i ii, IipIbIiI nf It.
. . . .. , r-. -...... t. i YDiir aimrici. uic necreuirv ni ji:riciiii --.- - ......,
against mo comuinu in uiuicn. n w,: -- -----, -- y --- -
now selling refined sugar at ft price.""" ''" """" '""
below raw sugar quotations. This I expiring January 1. 1902, to Mr. W. P.
cannot bo called competition. Tho cor-1 Wm. director of tho lllshop Mu
red term Is monopoly." 1 wl"eh l,ro, lerel.y Tiuthor
A representative of the National Bu-H ? recognlie, subject to the condl
gar Refining Co. today authorized the l on '"" " tho cn8(, "' rn-1 npnrt
stntement that his company had made tliw by Mid museum, you shall satis
no reduction In the price of sugar lu yourself that the atilnin s and birds
the Middle West. , so Imported aro not of the n.xloii,
Wo aro doing a large business In '!' y hln the meaning o this act.
.kA ir..a 4 II,.. I,aa!a nf Ihft nil! ,v l" -" V , v ' "l '' w,i.iit
t.u " " .."." -., .- H u.., .
,.,..,' un,i l,n m,l niiKranrnt v tt """' "'""1"
has not been necessary tor us to meet
tho cut of the American Sugnr Helm
ing Co. Our pilco In the West Is now
5.13c, ns compared with Havemcyer's
quotation ot 3.50c."
The Incrcnso in tho production of
beet and cano sugar has had n great
deal to do with the present demoralisa
tion In the sugar market. It Is esti
mated that tho production of beet nil
anr thlB.year will exceed 160,000
ugalnst 70.000 tons last year. The pro'
ductlon of cano sugar Is estimated at
300,000 tons or 25,000 tons In excess of
the preceding year.
No truth Is attached to the report
that tho beet sugar peoplo will Invade
the Kustern market. It la possible to
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
' Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT KTRKET.
H? . O. Box 886 2va,lrL 21ft
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens ot tier ski in her
tons! reception room ai the rear of
Ar( Store and
120 Hotel St
ing, have been ilewed wltn amazed
pleasure by millions of people through
out the world. Last night tho grounds
assumed orlentnl brilliancy from the
colored Innlcrns hung along the wind
ing driveway and nmongst the over
head foliage, together with the tasto-
ful Illumination of the house exterior.
The Interior wns a congeries of bowers.
what with ferns and vines nnd llowcis
well disposed about tho apartments.
A string orchestra of native Hawa
iian musicians discoursed sweet strains
of music from Its Ktntlon n the tipper
front balcony. Delicious fruit puncil
and lemonade were continually dis
pensed nnd Ice cream and cake circu
lated about the rooms, verandas and
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