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T., SUNDAY, APnil, 27, 1902.
irSecumj Witt pSS?tJ-
The Only Dandruff
of cheap Imita
tions ; ; :
The best for Shampoo.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. I
Meet every Monday evening at 7:50 I
la Harmony Hall, King street.
II. McKKCHNY, N. a.
E. IU HENDRY. Hccretary. '
All visiting brothers very cordially I
. MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
Velock In Harmouy Hall, King street.
Willing brothers cordially Invited to
H. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
A. E. MUKl'IIY, K. K. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
fnf brothers cordially Invited.
P. W. DUNN. C.C.
ED. C ALDRICH.
r- K. of U. & S.
E. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Uullders Holiclted.
1168 Union St, Phone, Main 394
E. T. DREIER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Dldfl.
TEL. BLUE 231.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
retanli Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT TUB
MEAT 8TALL8 10 AND 20.
fine English and American Goods
6$ Hotel street, and
Hottl near Nuujnu
O nosodi TFL whits
S. S. ALAMEDA, APRIL 30,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Express closes 10 a. m. day of sailing.
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerlcJn
li Loaded Up With
Scotch Shortbread: Cakes, all sizes,
prices and styles: Pics, Just llko your
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons; Lady Fingers; cream runs;
and all the dainty stylts suitable lor
the well furnished table.
Tons of Puro Candy, from cheap
grado for children, up U better grades.
Kor 60c we can furnish you a box of
Delirious Candles worth a dollar else
where. Ring up Main 74.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY
or. . . .
Large house and two cot
tages, (in Hotel St. near
Well suited for boaidlng
bouse or looming house.
$65 Per Month.
PURCHASE PRICE $6500.
Castle & Lansdale
REAL E8TATE, INSURANCE,
506-507 Stangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oabn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & JlARKHAn.
NEW YEAR WELL
15 y having your photo
taken. My work Is
ol tho highest quality
and prices rcoHonoble
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
IN LATEST FABRICS
AND HAT TRIMMINGS
The most artistic of workmanship at
most reasonable prices.
A. A. MONTANO
FOR DRIGHT'S DISEA8E
MRS. L.S. MES1GK, Sole Agent
30 School Street, Honolulu.
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE f
ANVWIIERO AT ANVTIMB
C.I I on or Write
E.C.DAKli'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
X niAni Merchanft' HifClbnce
NEARLY HALF MILLION SURPLUS
Reduction in European
Planted To Be:ts Confidently Ex
pected With Abolition of
New Yolk. April 3. The American
l!eet Sugar Company, of which Henry
T. Oinard Is President and W. Dayord
Cutting chairman of the board of di
rectors, hnd Its annual meeting In thu
Corporation Trust Company's offlco
In Jersey City yesterday. The stock
holders recalled the report ot the com
pany's progress during 1901 and re
el Icted the old directors. J. Aichlbald
Murray taking the placi- of Director
Wood, recently deceased.
The report submitted slums that the
ti.tnl production of sugar by the com.
pnny for the y.-nr wns 77,932,600
pounds, as compared with last year's
production of 33.351.5CU pounds. The
li ported gross earnings were ?3,!2I.
047 10. as compared with $1,931,707
The cost of opeiatlng was
$:',6fi7.029 18; maintenance. $3fi2.710.
111. and the surplus. $191,307.37. I'roni
tbls amount. $225,000 Is deducted fur
genernl expenses and Interest, leaving
available for dividends $2iifl.307.37.
'lhe surplus for 10 was $12.",i;3ii and
the cost of maintenance $242.."30.
The sum of $2Ci;.307.37 permits a
dividend or per cent on the $4.00il,i)QU
en' preferreil stock outHtandiug nnd
leaves n balance of about $20,000.
i This slrung showing nt tho com-
pany rntlier militates against the
prophecies ot certain disaster to It,
made by Mi Cutting uiid his nsso
c ales In connection with the 20 pel
cent leductlon in the Cuban sugar tar
iff It seems more In nctoid with I lie
optimistic tone of the famous letter cirable.
Issued by Messrs Cutting nnd Oxnnid "Your chairman does not venture
in 1900. In prophesy ns to sugar prices. Ho
The best Idea of the leal pi ogress believes them to be In certain parts of
of the company Is shown by the differ- the countiy below the cost of produc
erce between tho gross earnings for tion ns Indicated by the market price
3 1 i (u fs r r 3 i ' ri -a pa pi
Hawaiian Sugar Situation
Is Discussed By Mondell
I Special to the
Washington. April 10. 102. Hcpre-
Miitntlve .Mondell of Wyoming In ie
Il tn ItepiesentntUe .Mortis of .Min
nesota made some very Interesting re-
murks In reference to the Hawaiian
begar situntion, which me In pail ns
The gentleman fiom .Mlnnesotn (Mr.
Moirif!) In his remarks a few moments
nge quoted fiom (Ulte n startling ar
ruj of figures In the attempt to prmu
tnnt the planters of Hawaii havo not
hem receding u prlco for their sugar'
to which they nie entitled by icnsou I
, . . . '
ci iree eniry into our marncis, i no
rot pretend to question the nccuruey
or the gentleman's figures, but I spent
i month In Hawaii three years ago,
during which time I made some study
of the sugar Industry there, largely
because, being Interested In the
giowtb of the beet BUgar Industty In
this eounlry, I was anxious to Irani
whether Hint industry could survive
Ir flee competition with cane sugar
g.-ow'u under ns favorable conditions
n existed 111 Hawaii.
Among other inquiries I made or the
Hawaiian ptnuteis was In regaid to
the prieu they leec-lved for their pioil-
nil I hud heard n good deal of tho
(ilt-poweiful sugar 1 1 list, and wns anx
ious to know whether thnt organiza
tion had been able to lob the Amerl-
cau planter of nny of the benefits du
rhed fiom free ncu-ss to our
The planters with whom talked In-
fnuned mo that they had an agree-
nicnt whereby they sold their sugar
In the agents of the Ameilcnn lellner
let nt a price equivalent to the Now
Vork price of sugnr on the duy their
si.gnr landed in San I'lnnelsco, less
tl.e difference in height rates. I nsk
tx r p4 n m ! m p p p p pu p-a
AFTER THE MAC7DONIANS.
Solla, Ilulgnrin. April 15 The llul-
gnilnn (ioveintncnt has determined tu
dissolve the .Macedonian revolution -
nrj coniinlttee. nml has so Informed
the latter's executive, giving as n rea
son for its action that the chief
acguts of the committee have been
taught In the net ol funning revolu
The ever popular llalner Ileer Is Just
as much a favorite as ever. It Is on
draught nt the New Criterion Saloon
as It was at the old. The longer it Is
used tho better it is liked.
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
Is a Money Maker
100 and 1901 The net profits and
the surplus do not show the actual
progress ;f the business for 1901 be
cause of the large sum charged off un
der the head of "operating expenses.
I his Item or $2.fiG7,o:.'4 Is two and a
half times that of last year. The In
crease wei.t Into the nltering and en-,
Inrglng of the company's plants, so
that nB Mr. Cutting said to the stock-
Holders yesterday, the factories aic In
n position to take advantage of Ihc
latest manufacturing facilities nnd
me able to compete In sugar-making
cupaclty with any plants In the world,
needing no further additions. Mr.
Cutting's lepoit was in pait ns fob
"EveiyUiIng looks more fnvorablo
fot n satisfactory campaign for 1902
than at any time In the writer's
rlcnee. ir tnc price oi sugar lie ex-
c-cpted. The abnormally low 'prlco of
sugar in tile win Ill's market is causing
t-..t. In common with every other pro
ducer here nnd elsewhere, a reduction
of business pmflts below- what Is reas-
fca Ms Px Ma P Pi Pa Pi r Pa rr, pa r.
Sunday Bulletin. I
the attention of my filend fiom Mln
iicsotn I.Mr. Mortis) to this as the tcg
tiir.ony or Hawaiian plnnters tlioin
htheH tlnuu years aRo. Tim KenlU1'
l nn has contended that the Hawaiian
Pikiiter Is not Kelilng the mil benellt
ir the relief fiom tho payment of the
AiiK-ileiin duty, wherens Huwiilliin
plenters snld to me and a number of
tin in made lhe same statement that
they had an aRreement whereby they
were paid for their suenr. on the day
!t landed in San Finnelsco, the pic-o
i.f thu same quality of sugar, duty
paid, on tho same day In the markets
of New Yoik, less nn agreed ndjust-
nicnt of freights. Ho they lecelxed
alsolutely all that their sugar was
worth nnd all of the benefit of the to
i'.iIihIoii of tariff duty. '
Hut. Mi Chad man. there is 'another
i-!de tn this question. This Is by no
means n nno-slded arrangement which
,u nre enleilng into, but n leclptneal
ngteeun nt under which, In my opln
ion, we will eventually be lnigc gain
1 1 In the matter of trndo. Cuba, (en
In her pieseut undeveloped coudltlnii.
just I'tneiglng fiom a long continued
ami deastntlng war. with but a smnll
piopcitlun of her land under ctiltlwt-
tion. has a Undo of $.18,0U0,UUU per nn
limn which now goes to other coun
ttles than ours. We can not hopo or
erpect to gut ull of this trnde under
the iceliiioclty ugl'eement proposed,
lnt I hellcvo wu nto assured of secur-
lug n huge portion of It. nnd nB Cuba
Inucases In population, and the pur-
Utilising power ot her citizens In
c leases, as It will inpldly. theie enn
ho no doubt but what our trade with
I'd will very largely Increase In con
sequent u cr the trade advnntngo us we
mi to gain under thu provisions of
p-o r pb ns pa p p-a Pa p-h p iu p-a p--
lEMPEROR WILLIAM'S OPERATION
Now Votk, April 15. A Sun special
Iruni Ilerlln says- The Kmpeior until
,Uniness hnvn ennceled nil engage-
nunt to tllno nt the Austrian embassy
owing to the ICmnci'iir having unci
gone n surgical opeintion on his face
wlilc h prevents, ills nppeaiiinto in so
ciety. The opeintion is tloclnied In
have been of trilling character
TO CURE A UOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo Qutnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. li. W. Orove's signature
Is on each box. 25 roots.
The Evening Dullctlti. 75 cents per
of raw sugar, the expenso of refining
and the transportation charges. Ho
believes that your plants can mnnu
fnctuie the leflned product more
elienply than nny other beet migar fac
trrles In the United States, and there
tore below the cost of grnnulnted su
rtr made from imported laws.
"The abolition oi the sugar boun
os recently lecommended and ndopt
,..) ,y the Urusscls conference will cor-
I tainly tend towaul higher prices tor
(mpnni thioughout the world ns oper-
ntlng to reduce the production or beet
JBiignr In the European countries that
now pioduce iwotnlrds of the world's
ci.iiHiimptlon. It Is estlmnted by liu
icipenn experts tliat tl.e reiliictlon In
beet-planted acreage In Europe will
niununt to 12 1-2 per cent of this
yenrs ciop, an amount estimated at
expo-JoiKiiit 800.000 tons
"You aro probnbfy as well able ns
your chairman Is to Indulge In proph
cc ns to this branch of the business.
On the ngilcultural and operating
side tlie olTlcciB are able to make a
pleasant showing for tho next cam
pn'gn. The sugar market is not with
in their control. When they bac
piepared themselves to meet the mar
ket, with a cost of products lower
tiuin thnt of nny competitors they
have clone nil In their power."
P p p Pa 4i Pa pjj ji P Pa p pa
Hadley Accused of
Nora Fuller Murder
San Kranclsco, April 19. Chief ol
1'ollce Wlttmnn oRlclally nnnounced
this mornlnR that the murderer of
Nora Puller was C. n. Hadley, for
fourteen jears accountant In tho biitl
iicss olllce of the Examiner.
On January 10th, the day that tho
Kxmnluer announced tho disappear
"' of Nora Fuller, a'houRh she had
u-nlly left her home January 10th. C
llndley disappeared, and has not
been seen since. He lead the an
nomiicinent while In tho bathroom at
i lodRliiRs. dropped the paper and
lelt the house, since then not one clew
' ''Is whereabouts has been dlscov-
Theodoie Ktl.n, the haiidwilting
expett deelaies that the man who
wmto the name C. II. Hawkins to tho
mHeitlseinent lining Norn Fuller to
l.ci death was C. II. Hadley. He has
empaled the handwritings and do
elnies they nie Identical.
llndley's landlady says that Hadley
v-an nlwn)s anxious to sen tho papers
the first thing when ho aioso In tho
pinning. She says that although ho
was cleanshaven he often woto a
I'hntoginphB of Hadley, with and
vv'liiout the false mustache, uro In tho
pi ssosslon or the police, also his pho
tr graph in clerical gaib and these
pliiitogiaphs linve been Identified by
he ruinltuie man us the plctmcs of
lie man who bought tho furniture for
lhe Nutter-street house, where Noia
1'iiller wns murdered.
Clilef nf 1'ollce Wlttman nnd Cap-
ul" ut I''teelles Seymour have been
winking nn the clew that Hadley was
the uiurdeier for some time. They
i.ie hutlsfled now that they have tho
-"'i-- i-.iiivm.-u lunii-iuug
"'' c,Ime "1" him.
So hurrledlv hnd Kmllev left Ms I
loi'glngs nnd 'lied that ho did not oven
y to the bank to draw his money, a
considerable which ho had on deposit.
The landlady has given tho pollen
other Information vvhldi Boymour
su8 moie conclusively fastens tho
eiline on Iludley
Kfnt,nt. I.,,,nplir, ,,
lllllrjfrin IUVcSIS 111
British War Loan
New Yoik, April 15. A World ca
ble from London s.ijs .1. I'. Morgan'.-!
syndicate Iiiik underwritten fifty-live
millions of the war loan ut L'!i per tent
Tho Itothsihlld sjnillcnte undei writch
eighty-live millions, leaving only twen
ty millions for popular subs.-rliillou.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Kort St., 11,50 per week up,
I CURE MEN
o A man Is llko n steam engine. It takes steam to make him go. My o
o licit pumps that steam Into him. o
Mr. A. Crawford, Pokcgama, Or., says: "I am 70 years old, but
? youf licit has mado me fool llko JG." ?
That's how It makes so many old men feel young. 0
o Try It, you weak man; you will find youth and vigor in' It after o
o everything clso falls. a
o Call and test It free, or I will send you my Illustrated book, free,
If you will Inclose this ad.
i Dr. M. H. McLaughlin, 2,!:
o Office hours: 8 a. m. to 8:30 p.m.Sundays, 10 to 1, Never sold by drug
ooooooooooooooooooooo oo ooooooooooooooooooooo
FOR A SPRING TONIC
Primo 'Bock' Beer
Our brew of "DOCK lililili" is near
ly iwliaustcil and those desiring it should
send their order to the brewery imme
diately. Delivered in bottles bv the cac.
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
with any other name, would tasto as
sweet, truly, but It has no other name.
Ask 'for Crystal Spring nnd you get the
best tho market affords. ,
We have, tho greatest facilities tor
keeping butter fresh and pure.
TELEPHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
CAN HE GIVIN'IN OLASS OF WATI W. TC CR COHEli
While Ribbon ftemtiy will cure or destroy the
uinta mm rriiie lor aiconouc mtnuiarns, wmiiwr
Hie ratlent a confirmed Inebriate. " Hrpler."
vkIiI Jrlnker tir JrunkarJ I m possible tor anyone
t have an appetite for aUohotlc llquo after uinj;
vtnne Kirnn Kemejy
IMiOPStlJ BY MLMIlEbS OF tt. C. T U
Mrs A M. TowTtsenJ. Secretary ol the Women's
Christian Temperance Union: write " 1 have testsl
Whlttt Ribbon Wemedv on verv obstlnatti drunkards.
an J the cures hate btvit many la many cases the
UrmeJv Mat Riven secretly I cheerfully recotnmenJ
anJIniorstt while Ribbon RemeJy. Members ot our
Union are delight J to fmJ a practical and economical
riaimcniio auusin our temperance worn
IrucKlts e cr) where, or by mall, Si per box.
Trial pavkave free by urltlntc or calline on Mrs 1,
C MOORE. Co Sup. l'resW CTU Ventura,
01 SolJ in Honolulu by Holllslrr Dru; Co., LtJ ,
Do you want to feel good all
Drink - Komel
Are you warm and thlisty?
It sets tho system right.
Komel la concentrated drape
Fruit Hygienic, Non-Alcoholic.
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd,
Solo Agents lor T. II.
Works C01 Kort St.
Telophono Main 71.
All Lovers of the Sport
aro requested to register their
Stato or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Gonsalves & Co..
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H I
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8ohaefr
WITH LAME BACKS,
WITH WEAK NERVES, o
WITH LOST VITALITY, o
with all tfioso Bigns which tell n
man be Is breaking down, losing 0
bis grip. I bale tho remedy o
which gives back that snap, fire o
and lin of youth. TMy cures bcII
my licit They prove what 1 j
say about it.
Mr. A. C. Hammond, 39 Mer- o
chantB' Hxchango Iltilldlng, San
Francisco saya; "Your llelt has
cured mo at the ago ot 73, of
weakness In tho back and kid- o
neys, and has given mo mora o
vigor and sound health than I
have had for years."
Perhaps you haven't a mu
sic cabinet, or If you have oue,
it doesn't suit. Wo would
like to see you If such Is tho
Some folks havo music racks
and stnnd their music on
edge, which soon has it In u
dilapidated condition. Our
cabinets aro tho best for
keeping music In order nnd
In oak or mahogany, from
$7.50 upw-aid, to match furnl
tnro or piano.
Progress Block, Fort 6t.
1000 shades MUST bo sold at onco
from 25c up.
SHADES AT HALF-PRICE,
EOc shades reduced to L'5c.
75c shades reduced to 35c.
$1.50 shades reduced to 75c.
L. S. Mathews,
710 Toit Street, Orpheum Wock.
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town peoplo to lay off
for a few days.
Kuinlshed looms, first-class menls,
dancing pavilion, nice picnic giounds.
nlfo stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
New Map of Oahu.
Uotnplltd from Government Surveys and Cham ,
Maes ol Sutfar Plantation!. Railway!, anj Other
itellatle Sources, ths map is )!. iNCxrs,
with artistic colorings and neat mountings, making-
a very useful as well as ornamental wall map
thi Pficri or THI map i$ Jto oo, Copies caa
r ottalpQ fro
JAS. T, TAYLOR.
f 0, 1)01700. joajudd Rul!4lnr, HnnolululT, H
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