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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H
T MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1902 "
will soon be opened
Our big salo of laBt week la over and wo aro getting ready to handlo
tho now "Spring Goods" duo to arrlvo on tho "Sierra."
Wo bavo selected tbls now stock
with great caro and the design will be.
a rovelatlon of beauty to shoppers.
Many now novelties will bo Intro
duced nnd Just as soon as we got
tho goods arranged wo will gtvo you
all tho news.
SUGAR MOVING UPWARD
SAYS WILLETT & GRAY
- AND COFFEE GOES DOWN
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Wlllctt & Oray's circular elves tho Leading nnd conservative houses now
following review of the sugar market figure upon about 0,000,000 bags next
for tho week ending January 30: reason, or say 24,000,000 bags for the
THE WEEK Haws advanced two years. With results llko thosa
3-lGc. Refined unchanged. Net cash mo ueciino is natural ana wo sco no
quotations aro: Muscovados, 3.10c; good reason for anything but still
Centrifugals, 3.69c; granulated, i.w 10 - iu. mu muvracui ui mi
4.51c. Itccelpts, 10.610 tons. Melt-, m"l crops Is about to begin nnd will
Ings, 33.000 tons. Total stocks In compensate for any shrlnkago In tho
Four Ports, 102,817 tons, against 11G,- Urazll receipts, which latter cannot
207 tons last week, and 98,035 tons .contlntio on the present scalo unless
last year. Ileet sugar quotations, f.
o. m., Hamburg, Cs Od per cwt. for 98
degree analysis. First marks German
granulated f. o. b., Hamburg, 8s 0d,
equal 4.37c, Now York, duty paid.
Estimated ononis to tno unucu
tho crop Is going to exceed tho outslilo
figures now given. Tho real facts of
the present crop havo gained tho mas
tery over tho fiction regarding tho
next and a return to sober thought has
shown tho markets wcro forced up ar
States from Cuba and West Indies, tlficlally and now the Influences of
15,000 tons; Javas, 15.0 tons; Hawaii i misguided bull speculation nro utter-
10,000 tons; Europe, oouu tons; rem, ' ""i''" " "
WATCH THIS SPACE
The new goods include PRINTED ORGANDIES,
MUSLINS, PERSIAN LAWNS, EMBROIDERED
SWISSES, DIMITIES,. FANCY WHITE GOODS,
SILK MIXED GOODS, FOULARD SILKS, ETC.
N, S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.. Ltd.
Dcmcrarn. etc., 35,000 tons; total, 80,
000 tons, against 110,000 tons last year.
Spot Foreign Granulated Tho de
mand Is light nnd tho supply very
small. Flno Austrian, 4.58c asked.
For Import Dutch dranulatod, prompt
shlnmcnt. 10s Gel. c. aim I. rino iu'
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grndo machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machlno Is a revolution In typewriters. One ot
many endorsoments given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"We mako tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo are using 75
of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEIL"
Wo havo lust received a shipment of theso typowrltort and
will bo pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Trado continues very disappointing
nnd from what wo can gather tho
wholesale and retail trado aro carrying
heavy stocks. Consequently tho pros
pects for Improvement in tho demand
In tho near future nro not encouraging
nnd we mny sco a prolonged dull sea-
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trlnn Granulated for prompt shipment j tong aro nl)0Ut B 3.4c ,',. Ho 7g Bn(,
as bii c. ami i. . , 1 6 7-8c for Santos 5s, regular store
This week's summary of tho statist- tcrm8 jjrazl, cxcnnngc continues to
cal position shows stocks in tho Unit. (own am, ,no cogt nnd frel(;nt ,,,,
ed States and Cuba J-ogether of 2H;lfor nio No. 7 today Is about 6 l-2
817 tons, against 102,207 tons last Ktlturc9 on ,ho Kxchango closed at
week nnd 136,220 tons last year, an In- 'B 4 ,0 6 60 for Kcbruary nn(1 6.85 ,
creaso of 68,597 tons over last year. B 9 for j,,, ,Bt year. Kclmmry,
BTATiBTica by SPECIAL CADLES r.on , r.in- Tniv r, r.n in s.r.r,. nmi
Cuba Tho six principal ports. He- gpot No. 7, 5 l-4c, nominal.
eclpts, 34,000 tons; exports, 7suu tons; i visible supply of world, in bags
stock, 102,000 tons, against 37,285 tons jan, j, jj)02. 10,870,930; Dec. 1. 1901
last year; 145 centrals grinding, 10,735,719; Jan. 1, 1901, 7,560,345.
against 138 last year. Stock, United States, ail kinds, In
Europe Stocks In Europe, 3.303,000 ( bags Jan. 1. 1002, 2,148,270; Dec. 1.
tons, ngalnst 2,652,8C1' tons last year. 1901 1,882,787; Jan. 1, 1001, 1.031.G1D
Total stocks of Europo and America, , stock nrazlls In New York January
3.507,817 tons, against 2.689,081 tons 2a 1,761,354 bags. Total Brazils In
last year at tho same uneven dates, ' ttto United States, 1,901,600 bags. To
and 2,921.225 tons at tho even dato ot tnl In United States, other kinds, Jan
January 1. 1901. Tho excess of Btock ,mry 27, 234,112 bags. Deliveries for
Is 818.73G tons, against an excess or the week ending January 25, 93,630
768.G15 tons last week, and an excess bags, against 116.839 bags last year
of 566,682 tons Janunry 2, 1902. I ftccclpts of Dratlls for week ending
Hamburg 625 tons refined BUgar January 29, 1 23,785 bags,
shipped to America. No engagements. 1 DUTY ON CUBAN 8UQAR Tim
RAWS Under light receipts and Ways and Means Committee hnvo Ur
necessities of refiners, the raw BUgar tually concluded their hcnrlngs on the
market marto an advance of 3-16c, tariff question. Cubans set forth their
which advance Is maintained to tho claims strongly for free duty sugar,
close on modcrato sales of sugars ar-1 while the beet sugar men mado pros
riving. Tho situation seems to bo a , cntntlon' of their caso for no conccs
waiting one, to seo If tho necessities ot slon. President Palma of tho Cuban
Cubnn planters to obtain funds mny Republic appears to stand between
not lead to offerings from thnt crop these two Interests and recommends
at tho present ndvanco of 5-16c from 60 per cent reduction In duties. Presl
tho lowest point, which was touched dent I'alma has always taken a high
on January 15th, say 3 3-8c per lb. for ' and conservative stand In all Cuban
96 degree test Centrifugals and now matters nnd Ills opinions carry great
minted at 3 ll-16c ncr lb. Tho Ways weight with them. Concessions of 50
and Means Committee having decided per cent would unquestionably benefit
to sldo track tho Cuban concessions, the Cuban planter nnd unquestionably
so that they can hardly come to the do no Injury to tno progress 01 tno
fmnt ncnln for two weeks or more. It beet sugnr Industry of tho country.
is nosslblo that somo Cuban planters, new Orleans, Jan. a, vjvz.
may be compelled to offer part of their Sugar Our market today ruled strong
rrnnH for sales, without waiting fof with Improved demand, enabling hold
tariff decisions. Our market today Is ers to cslnbllsh n further advanco of
i.5L'o nor nnund below the nurlty of 1-lCc on all grades. Fancy Y C coin
Hamburg prlco of 6s Oil for beet su- mnndlng 3 25-32c to 3 13-1 6c, choice.
gnrs. Receipts for tho week wcro ex- 3 23.32c to 3 3-40. uoou prime, ssi-az.
tremcly light, sny 19.610 tons, whllo to 3 ll-16c. Off prime 3 19-32c to
melting requirements were 33,000 tons 3 5-8c. Off Y.'C. 3c to 3 9-ltlc. and all
nnd stocks reduced, 13,390 tons. Dur-1 offerings moved promptly. Ilcflnlng
Ing tho last two weeks tho receipts of grades shared In tho general firmness.
Cuban sugars havo been h,iw tons rcimers- oners snowing nn auvanco 01
less thnn for tho samo period a year M6c, and whllo not strictly on polarl-
ago, thus snowing tno necessity ot zation, auout equal to oasis 2 -ioc lor
looking to other countries for supplies fl6 degree test Firsts, with 3 l-16c
at this time. outsldo limit, .but only In n small way.
Rcciupn-Prlfin rnmnln nnchanc- and basis 2 3-8e for 89 degrco test
ed at last week's advance with no spe- Seconds, tho usual 1-lCc up nnd MOc
lni In.llr-ntlnna nnd with nn extreme- uown for cacn degree, aaics were
lv llulit ilmnnml. In met. the market effected readily,
Is In a stagnant condition, waiting do- Hon trom Independent refiners,
THOMAS CLARK BEGINS
CAMPAIGN WORK EARLY
Once a Disciple of Wilcox, He Now
Trains His Guns on Dele
gate and Shows
Walluku, Feb. 15. Tlios. Clark, a
well known member of the old Hul
Aloha Alna who ran for senator on
tho Democratic ticket last election and
was defeated. Is again on the stump for
tho Democrats or rather tho Aloha
Alna Democrats bb he calls his parly
In order to distinguish It from tho
Home llula Aloha Alna who aro now
merged Into tho Independent Homo
Ttulo Republican party.
Mr. Clark opened the campaign at
Walclm last Wednesday evening be
fore a Bmnll but enthusiastic audi
encc. Mr. Clark, who wns formerly
nn nlly of Dclcgato Wilcox, but now
his bitter opponent In mattcrB poll
tlcal, denounced tho measures now be
ing Introduced In Congress by Hawaii's
delegate as being Impolitic and disas
trous to Hawaii's Interests.
He spoke satirically of the measures
for Hawaii's good now before Con
gress, and asked his hearers If they
would favor them. Tho audience,
without a dissenting volco disclaimed
any longer any fellowship with Wilcox
and his adherents, and nil pledged
that they would work for Mr. Clark's
Democratic party. The nudlcnco of
course was composed ot natives who
have never, prior to that evening, dis
cussed Important political events.
Noa W. Alull, who was educated In
the law department of the Michigan
University at Hon. II. 1. Daldwln's
expense, was one of tho speakers, but
notwltlistaudlng his nblo remarks for
the Hcpublicnns, Mr. Clark claims that
he had won tho hcnrtH of all his hear
ersmen, womcu and children.
A meeting at the Walluku drill shed
called by Mr, Clark for Thursday even
ing, did not materialize, tho people
staying away on account of tho high
winds, and other causes.
Ijist evening a meeting was held at
Walkapu. where Mr. 'Clark reiterated
his remarks made at Walehu, with thq
The residents of Wnlmee will be fa
orcd with Mr. Clark's eloquent re
marks on behalf of Democrats this
evening. Other speakers havo been
imkrrf tn nsslat in tho exercises of tho
evening. Tho Itcpubllchns havo not
yet mado any plans for the coming
campaign but they will soon be heart
Tho advantages of electrical transmission of power aro numer
ous, but the moro Important may bo treated under the following
2. Convenience and Flexibility,
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
6. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
A full explanation of the above points will be cheerfully given at
our ofQco or wo will call and sco you.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
SI Hi REMOVED
I'cklng. Feb. 8. Tho Chlneso Gov
ernment today dismissed all tho Eu
ropean professors from tho Imperial
University. Tho president. Dr. W. A
P. Martin, has been offered n subordi
nate position. Tho term "university"
linn lifwn Ifirpolv n mlannnipr. Thn In.
with somo compotl- ttructlon was chiefly In languages and
tho elementary branches. Tho Chi
vclopments. new ohleans iuy iciegrapnj, nCf,0 directors say that olemcntnry
COFFEE Largo receipts at 1110 as jan. is, wvi. .uumiiun-vi m .m.ivi schools aro moro needed,
woll no nt Rniilns mntlnuo tho iloml- and confectioners A. advanced a
natlng fcaturo and, combined with the points; others unchanged.
weight of supplies In consuming mar- sain i-niNiau, juh. .1. u.,
kcts. there Is little wonder that specu- Very little doing. No change prices
latlvo sentiment bns received another since last advice. Quote: Ornnulated
serious set-back leading to somo lln.ul- tenne), in uags, i.&uc; in uarrcm,
datlon of "futuro" holdings. Thero Is 4.90c: beet grnnuintcd, .7ic. wun ro-
no doubt that confidence Is severely , bato Mc; Hongkong, 4.&5C not.
shaken, tho very heavy crop move- CANADIAN REFINED, Jnn. 28. 1902.
ment still Indicating a total of lo Quotations unchanged for tho week:
000,000 bags In HIo and Santos, which now basis 4c for granulated. Montreal
means nvo to six millions In excess LONDON CABLE, Jan. 30, 1902.
of tho proven requirements of coffees Cane Firm, but quiet. Ileet, firm
from those ports during tho season, land rather dearer.
JtKSSltMKiSKKi'lJMK)!" KiS JjXXJOtHK XXXXHXXX V1 !l 'ft
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest tn the market
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCJ1IANT STREET.
IF . O- B03C 880 ZLvEaln. 2IR
Walluku, Feb. 15. Ceo. droves, for
merly road supervisor of Walluku, and
nt present a resident of Pauwcla, was
accidentally shot In the Jaw with a
shotgun last Tuesday, as already re
ported In the Bulletin. It seems a na
tive waB examining a loaded shotgun
when It accidentally went off. Mr.
Walluku, Feb. 15. While Judgo A,
N. Kepolkal and Alonzo Jackson were
driving "Daylight," onco a well known
trotter, on tho Knplolanl track, nlong
Kahulul bench tho anlm.il became
frightened at a dark object conilng in
tho distance nnd tho animal m.vlo ti'cli
a sudden turn that iuo ot tin front
Droves being In close proximity, re-J wheels of tho phaeton was broken by
reived enough of the charge from tho ccmlng into contnet Willi tha body f.f
gun to injure his right Jaw Dr, Sabeyj tho vehicle. Fortunately for tl'o oc
Is attending to the wounded mnn and cupnuts, the horso quU.i.l down nnd
ho is reported to be doing fairly well' allowed tho moving object, which turn
under tho circumstances. The many led out to be it train fioin Kuhulul, to
friends of Mr. droves In Walluku were pass by on Its way to Walluku. Judge
Dr. Mm tin Is ono of tho most prom
inent I'resbyterlnn missionaries in
China, nnd nlso ono of tho oldest. Ho
began mission work In China In 18S0.
Tho Chinese Government, for his ser
vices In tho cause of education and ns
nn ndvlscr on international law tn tho
Chlneso Government, mado him n
mandarin of tho third class In 1S8B,
and advanced him to tho second class
three venrs ago.
In 1SC8, after many years of mis
sionary work, Dr. Mnrtln becamo pres
ident nnd professor of International
law In the Tong Wong College. When
the present Imperial University wns
established (1808) ho becamo Ita
president, nnd has held that offlco con
tinuously slnco then.
Dr. Martin was ono of tho conspicu
ous figures In tho slego of the lega
tions In Peking, and ho wns of valuo
to Minister Conger nnd others bocauso
of lila lntlmatu knowledgo ot tho Cn
ncso people. Tho university was brok
en up by tno Doxer uprising, nnd
from tho above cablo dispatch It Is
ulaln that funds for its reorganization
could not bo Bucurcd. Dr. Martin lms
written much about China, his best
book being "A Cyclo of Cathay."
HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Staylea Table Covers, Embroidered both of Gran Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc
Heavy Pongeo Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Lacet of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY OOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
sorely grieved when they hcnrilof the
accident and hope that he will soon re
MAUI CIIUKCII DEDICATION.
Walluku. Feb. 15. Revs. G. I.. Pear
son and 13. Toklmasa, tho latter tho
pastor or tno new Japanese .-ucmuuisi
Episcopal church lately erected at La
halna. mauka of tho kindergarten
building, have sent Invitations to those
who generously contributed towards
the erection of the church to be pres.
cnt nt the dedication exercises next
Wodnesday evening, Feb. 19, at 7:30
MAUI CHALLENGES IIILO.
Walluku, Feb. 15. The Maul Ath
letic Association through Its captalr.
It. 11. Crook, sent up n challenge lo
the Hllo baseball team this wfek to'
p. o. Box my
TUB OLDEST CHl'SB FIRM IN HONOLULU. ,
Dol.r. Is Flat Silk, ao4 Giiii Lloui. ChtoiM tol Jipuau Ooodi ol All Klall.
1 10-aia Naoantl auaal.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Kepolkal left the damaged vchiolo at
Kahulul and drovo homo In n luck.v
EinniH Sciunpe Music.
Tho band will play tho following se
lections at a concert to bo given In
Emma Square this evening, beginning
nt 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Poet and Peasant ....Suppo
Finale Tannhauscr Wagner
Selection Ernanl Verdi
(a) Nuunnu Walpuna.
(b) Makanl Kalll Aloba.
Miss T. Kelllaa.
(c) Wal Punnlau.
(d) Italn Tua'hlno o Mauoa.
t v Tha Star Spungli 1 Danncr.
9 PART II.
Two ChnractcrtUtic Pieces (new) .
(n) Adatgo's Wooing.
(b) True Love.
play a rcfurn game of bascbill at Waltz Tender Kisses (new)
Wells park, Walluku, on next situr-i
dav. February 22, Tho reply Is ex
pectcd by tho return Klnau, due here
Untertnlnrd Choral Society.
Walluku, Feb. 15. Misses N. J. Mi
lone and May Huntington entertained
about twenty members ot tho Walluku
Choral Society at tholr homo last wed
Quick Polka Pollchlnollo (now)
Two Now Marches
(a) With Iron Hand Kretschmer
(b) While Old Glory Waves.. Helndl
Mrs. N. Alapal,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromp Quinine Tablets
S: ENIIL T. DREIER
"I think thero bo six Ttlchmondt's In
Tho electrical field has only one
each piece can bo grounded
without extra precautions.
It cannot rust,
thero Is moro to tell
and I llko to tell It.
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
Office, Room 8 Maaoon Bldg.
Telephone Blue 281.
Big Furniture Store
Whllo waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs Dulldlng to bo
completed, we havo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, whero wo nro prepared to sell the samo ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo havo always made It a point to
Our temporary quarters nro very handsomo and a visit from you
will ba welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
I Plslicp Block, opj). Love Bid., Fort Streot.
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Still In the Lead Always in the Lead.
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It's tlmo to turn over a now loaf If you have never used the
Smith Premier. Superior In construction and efficiency. Send or
call for catalogue.
G. W. MAGFARLANE,
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased- or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or roturnlng samo to San
Francisco. Ooods will bo so nt on selection to thoso know
Ing tho' firm, or who will fur nlsh satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post 6tn., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jowelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and aro prepared to
furnlBh special designs.
Tel. Main Ull.
Postotflco Box S7
nesday evening. Tho evening was moat 11 druggists rofund the monoy If It
pleasantly srent In Boclal chats and falls to euro. K. W. Clrovo'a algnatur
guessing games. Is on ecch tor. 25 centB.
Tho little steamer J. A. Cummins
had a narrow cscapo from foundering
on tho trip from Walmanalo to this
port on Saturday last. On putting to
oea from tho former port with a load
of sugar and rice sbo struck on tho
bar. The water was Boon noticed
pouring Into her and It took llio unit
ed and continuous efforts of tho entire
crew and steam pumps to keep her
from sinking beforo she reached Hono
lulu. Alongsldo the wharf she was
unloaded as quickly as possible while
nn cnglno of tho fire department stood
by to pump tho water out of her.
Tho damage to her cargo was slight
on account of tho good work done by
tho crew. Tho damage to the steamer
and cargo will bo less than $500. A
board of survey consisting of Captains
A. Fuller and J. C. Campbell and WIN
lima I.ylo has been appointed to make
an Inspection nnd assess loss.
Diver Lyle went down srd tempor
arily repaired the leak and sho will bo
put on the innrlno railway as soon ni
Exnosuro to Wet. dampness and cold
Invariably results In a sudden chill
which If not attended to Immediately
will causo a co d. Ily mixing n tea
spoonful of Perry Davis' PAIN-KILL-BII
In half n glass of warm water or
milk, tho whnlo system will be heated
and tho danger ot cold nvoldedAvold
institutes, tnere is uiu ono rnui-iuii
er, Perry Davis". Prlco 25c. and BOc.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. GALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcHomnlilnjJ llouue and Millinery Parlors.
Arlington Block, Hotel 6t. II. Ft DAVISON, Manager.
The Germania Life Insurance Gompanv,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders slnco 18C0 for Death Claims... $24,373,469 65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608 27
Dividends and Surrenders ., 13,699,134 37
Total $45,571,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD DUILDINO.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN