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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 7. H., MONDAY. JANUARY 8. 1906.
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A Men's VICI KID, BLUCHER CUT, Medium
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That You Will Value,
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Our prices are
the best, .and your
Coyne Furniture Co.
Have you ever tried an Ap
ple Butter and Wafer Sand
wich? The wafer must be
crisp and the Apple Butter
the best. For the filling we
g Apple Butter $
It Is made of select apples,
the best elder and pure
spices made by the cleanly
processes which havo come
to be known as "tho Heinz
Way." Try some of this Ap
ple Butter with wafers.
It cornea In convenient
Headquarters for' automobiles with
splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY. Ltd.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALI HI. and other dsslrbla IscallUss'
J Blank books of all aorta, ledgers.
Also 1 JTJMPBEai' DTJCKZOARO, J ttc, manufactured by th Bulletin Pub-Mtoad-band;
soot as new. ' Uahlng Company,
If you have,
we will deliver
to you now $ 50.00
(FiftyDoNars)worth of Fur
Rugs, Matting, ' &c,
the balance on Easy Payments.
the'Iowest; our goods
Credit with us is Good.
W. P. FULLER and CO.'S
Pure Prepared Paint
la a Paclflo Coast product, composed
of pure lead, pure xlne and linseed oil.
It Is unexcelled for durability and un
surpassed for beauty of finish, it Is
a perfect paint In all requisites. This
peerless paint Is perfectly prepared,
and when you buy It you obtain Just
exactly what you pay for. -
Lewers & Cooke.
177 SO. KING ST.
We would call the attention of the
business community to the fact that
we are prepared to supply KEE LO
CARBON PAPER and BERK8HIRE
TYPEWRITING PAPER, than which
there Is none better made. We also
furnish other typewriter supplies at
the most reasonable prices.
Hawaiian News Company Lid.
ALEX. YOUNG BLDQ.
. THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 6T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
Camara & Co., Props.-
BUI MARKET HOLDS
10 A FIRM TONE
AUGUST FUTURES ARE 8ELLINQ
AT GOOD PRICE LICHT IN
CREASES HIS ESTIMATE.
Wlllctt & dray's Sugar Journal for
December 21 reports as follows on tUa
Haws. During the past week th
conditions of tho raw sugar markit
liao remained quite strong but at un
changed quotations, lluycrs are will
lnc to talco all nearby sucars at 2 VI 0
c. and f. for 9C test centrifugals, equal
w v.v.vi imiugui uvuw oviiGia ais wn-
Ing 1-lCc. more for such sugar while
offering later shipment at 2V c. c. and
1. a cargo 01 jaa sugars, in store ai
l'hlladelphla, has been sold to thu ro-
finers at 3Sc. for 90 test. Another
cargo of Javai, In warehouse at New
York. Is offered at 3 lMCc I
cry icw Bugars ouisiue o iudb arc
on offer for early shipment, but Feb-
ruary shipments are offered at 3c. for
'JO icsi. '
s been steady after ad
of l'id. to basis of 81
l',4d. for 88 beet at which quotation
lh mir'l (.Inc. mil.l Im.m.I .In.
..... ... .. .uca hu to
livery Is quoted at 8s. 7J4d.
Mr, F. O. l.lcht further Increased his
estimates of the Kuronean beet crop
to fi,87B.000 tons or nearly 120,000 tons R,huci,"",Co''J -In
cxceM of the largest provlous beet SuPi.K,cT!..f. :::.'
Weather rnnillllnn In rnlm nro now'
11 1 1 1 11 1
iiiiuiiiuiu iui iiurtvBiniK uiiii tauiv au'
vices report on Increato this week of Sales l)et. Hoards: 20 Mcllryclc, $5.
twenty In the number of central grind- 50; $3000 Walalua Cs, 100.23. Scs-
Hccclpts at tho u. S. four ports this
urck were 8,000 tons lesa than thn re-
duced requirements for moltlngs, but
In view of tho Increased exports from
Cuba, tho next week s receipts arc llkn
ly to exceed refiners' wants. Looking a
little further ahead, honcver, all tho
sugar which may be available from
Cuba for tho next few weeks should be
needed, a good part having already been
secured by tne refiners.
Our cable advices from Java report
exports to Europe and for America dur-
(ntr Knvnmliir it nnlv onAft intll U
Btcamer and 4000 by sailer and reduco
tho ostlmnto of the crop now ending!
10.000 tons, to n total of 990,000 tons.
Visible Supply. Total stock of Eu-
IF YOU BUY OR SELL STOCKS OR BONDS OR DESIRE A LOAN ON
SUGAR SECURITIES AT A LOW RATE Cr INTEREST, CALL UP
Geo. P. Thielen,
AIN 21. 920 FORT ST. P. O.
PHONE MAIN 21.
A BARREL OF MONEY TO LOAN !
rope and America, 3,275.231 tons.l
against 2,703,765 tons last year at tho
tamo uneven dates and 2,750,293 tons
at the even date of January 1st 1903.
The Increase of stock Is C71.4CG tons,
against an Increase of 517.41G tons last
week, and a decrease of 1,005,740 tons
January 1st. 1905. Total stocks and
afloats together, show a visible supply
of 3,349,231 tons, against 2,791,7.65 touJ
European licet Crop. Mr. F. O. I.Icht
cables us specially from Magdeburg,
December 15, 1905; "Estimate beet
crop of Frame. ;M75,000 tons and of all
Europe G,875,000 tons." .
(This Is a further Increase of 75,000
tons over the cttlmato of yesterday
(December 14) and is 124,422 tons In
excess of the largest crop, that
1901-2 W. & O.)
December 19, 1903. "Frost"
Illll to Iledtice Duty on Philippine
Sugars. Hy a ole of 7 to C, tho Com.
mlttco on Ways and Means reported
favorably, on the 19th Instant, the bill
proWrtlng for n reduction In tho duty
on l'hlllnnlnc suenrs rnmlnir Into tho
United States, to 25 nor cent of tho
Dlngley rates nml, Chairman Tayne
gave notlqe to the Houso of Jleprcsen-
lathes, of his Intention to call un tho,
bill for consideration on January 4, tho
day Congress will reassemblo nftcr tho
Christmas holidays. The bill nrovldes
for frco trade, with tho Islands after!
July 1, 1909.
An amendment was ncreed to In
committee providing that sugars now
held In bond hero shall pay present
rates of duty.
The nvcroge test of Philippine sugars K-oaua siring uanu. inis was a rare
Is 84 degrees on which the Dlngley rate treat, since the music was cxtrnordlnar
of duty Is 1,265c per pound. At pres-,11y melodious and the boys cannot corn
eal tire duty assessed Is 75 per cent ot
this rate say, .949c. per pound. The
proposed assessment ot zb per cent
would amount.to only .31Cc. per pound.
a lunner concession on imports nere1 vuiu mo i-uuu.-i-wuu mm wi. junto
Is tho amount of export duty paid In to go to Now York, Porto Illco and
tho Philippines when the sugar Is ship-1 Mexico, finally to represent tho Hono
red say Be. per 100 kilos, equal to lulu Iron Works In constructing and
022c. per pound. I roctlng sugar machinery.
A strong minority of Representatives! Miss Potto and Mr. L. L. Mann made
from beet and cane sugar producing flying trip to town and back ogaln
States will oppose tho passage of the
mil in tho llouso.
ANOTHER DRUNKEN JAILOR.
(Continued from Pane 1.)
wan no sucn article. Henry nan ro-
drunk rnrhafwrlur t T plotting "and cedio , .r of abont four or flvo sailing ves-7-'.lrr.,2
.hi" ..JJ '?" J?..2..i2l threading contests. The last two were sols, tho crows of which would leave
It The j'iuIeo had answered th'nt he
bad I'en fbWinTCrThUkw
him to task for It- Dlbblo had prom -
Ued to reform and McCorrlston would,"""' ""."' """- "" "v" "" "
notify Henry If he got drunk ngan. ,.. ...i..o u.,w ,u
The High Sheriff Instructed that If an-. Th BU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
other Jag of DIbble'a came to his notice DEX, publlsned In ths Saturday Bulla
that gentleman would follow the route, tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
nf tho late Jailor of Walalua, who wu concise and template resume of all lo
discharged last Saturday. 0 notices, calls for tenders, Judo-
n the i meantime ill snot bad Jsllors
only, who aro agitating tho quiet ot
Molokal. Bbcrlft Battery of Maul a
short time ago took a trip to Molokal
to Investigate certain charges which
bad been made against Deputy Sheriff
J. II. Mahoe and other pollco officials.
This fact was corrpborated this morn
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 8, 1905.
NAME OP STOCr P.ld UrlS? Bid lAsWl
C Bi.mr Co ..
HiwilUn Arknlrcrj Col
uaw uon auj.r ...
Honomu Sugar Co .
Hoaokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku flanlatlon Co.
Klh.l llarrtallonCo LU
Klpahulu Sugar 1.0
ffigff?' p.'.'VI t-0
ononta sugar to.. , .
Sf!?!f?fI 'VJ!' "
ptootkao soa co
WatlL,mi ?gar 1.0 ....
waiiuku Sugar Co st
'"J, 'kSttZ .'.T.l
oift. R aPclSLT
hiio Railroad Co
HwTr ,pc Fir.ci)
paw laraK pc
HaikuSug.rCo opt -
"awl.O Sugl.0 I PC
nawaugar oopc .
KSiSJAt. gl! 5 J
o.huwk L Co out
Pionnr Mill Co p c -
,,1, AP' Co6p c-
Mcuryao .. .
lon: 1Q0 II. C. & S. Co., IS3.50.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.71 cents;
$74.20 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.71 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-40
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
emr Hon. Stock and Dond Er
920 FORT 8T. . TEL. MAIN 12.
P. O. BOX 441.
Ing'by tho High Sheriff, who said that
ho had beard that Saffrcy haA gone
to Investigate, but that lie had as yet
beard nothing of tho rasult or. his trip.
It Is reported that It! a caso of rapo
on a fourteen-year-old girl tho matter
was hushed up through a financial com
promise, effected through the police,
and that In another case, one of selling
liquor to minors, the police took sim
ELEELE PERSONAL NEWS
(Bptclal to The UuUtUn)
Eleele, Kauai. ) Jan. 5. On Sunday,
December 31, Messrs. A. A. Wilson, A.
M. Iloyle and Jas. Smith of Honolulu,
walnlha and wnhlnwa, respectively,
had tho pleasure of being entertained
an aquatic ride by Mr. Jaeger on
his gasoline ncht. Tho polntH low
erca wero nuiuuuia aim nanapvpu new
but "Idle" wharf.
Mr. U lllckford and Mlsa Lulu
Grace, of Honolulu nro visiting rclu-
lives at Eleele and Wahlawa. Mrs. J.
Lennox gavo on elaborate picnic on
New Year's In their honor.
Messrs. W. A Kinney. 11. F. Dllllng-
ham and F. M. Swanzy had a glamo at
Mellryde on Thursday and on Friday
snooK uusi lor vvaimna.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaeger. Mr. IlOTle and
Mrs. Duncan also left for tho valley
of rain and saloons.
During New ears the people of
i Wahlawa and Eleele had tho pleasuro
I ot being serenaded by tho Kapaa and
Plain oi ineir treatment uy mis music-
" -""". imci vuim-cr ui u
Mellryde mill for over three years, has
A few days prior to January 1st some
energetic Hawaiian, at Hanapepo went
around to consult the better-off resi
dents of that place and before, all knew
It there were sports galoro had on Now
nl horse race,, girls' and fat women's
Years, such as swimming and dUIng
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tne most ln"Bhaulo and merry-mnklug.
"$&' XS? TO'
' .n; eon' cn,mff'" "'" l
m,ti, building permits anc. ral es-
75 oents per month, weekly Bulletin,
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
II per year.
Fins Job Printing at the' Bulletin.
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
Tho bark Ocrard C. Tobey has aboard
5000 bags of sugar,
Tho cable ship Restorer arrivea in
San Francisco Saturday.
Heat cup Hawaiian coffee In the city
at Now England Bakery.
Tho S. S. Sierra will arrlvo tomorrow
morning from the Colonics.
M. A. Pclxoto has opened a barber
hop at 911 Alakca street.
Tho freight on a hunch ot bananas
from hero to San Francisco Is 40 cents.
The schooner Charles Levi Woodbury
arrived jesterday from Hllo with n
Neatly furnished room" at tho Pop
ular. $1, $1.60 and $2 per week. 1243
Tho schooner Lady camo In at 11
o'clock last night from Koolau with a
load of sugar.
Ulom's great lace sale commences to
day. A wealth of amazing bargalnj
aro on display.
Tho government Inspectors ot boat!
are expected from San Francisco with
in a fow weeks.
Thd Coyno Furnlturo Co. have a no
tice In this Issuo pertaining to ac
counts duo them.
Tho Iloyal Annex will servo a hot
lunch each day oxcopt Sunday between
11 a. m. and Z p. m.
Tho- steamer J. A. Cummins lcave.i
tomorrow morning for Walmanalo tor
another load of sugar.
Notlro Is given that all accounts due
tho Porter Furnlturo Co. must bo paid
in tho next sixty days.
Tho steamer .Maul leaves this after
noon for windward Hawaii ports, her
first trip since being overhauled.
In tho neighborhood of 1400 tons ot
sugar arrived at the railroad wharf to
day to Ihj stored for tho Alaskan
There was a regular business meet
In... of tho trustees of tho Hawaiian
Sut,ar "'Inntcrs' Association this morn
ing. About '000 bunches of bananas will
bo rent to tho Coast tomorrow on the
3. S. Hlerrn duo from tho Colonics lit
Eight Chinese, gamblers were fined
(3 each this morning In tho polled
court. Another, nno ot tho bunch, for
feited his ball of $10.
It can rain for a month on an Iron
roof coated with "Arabic," without Iho
slightest trnco ot rust occurring. Cal
ifornia Feed Co., agents.
L. D. Timmontt lias been appointed
representative In tho Islands for tho
Publishers' Press Association, with
headquarters In Now York.
By watching Bulletin want ads. one
finds "opportunity." It would be hard
to find a dozen want ads. In which no
real opportunity Is advertised.
IltiBlncss Men's class In tho Y. M. C.
A, gymnasium this afternoon at 5
o'clock. Conio and enjoy somo light
exercise, and n warm or cool bath after.
A special meeting of tho Iluflders'
and Traders' Exchango will bo held In
(heir rooms, Jan. 11th, at 8 p. m. Mat
ters ot utmost Importance to bo acted
nllrry Lewis, of Lewis & Co., who
purchased tho Kunst property at Wal
Vlkl for $18,000 (sea front leasehold In
tho Kunst estate) will probably make
his homo there.
Mrs. J. W. Adams and daughter, Mill
Frances Adams, ot Carson City, Ne
vada, who arc visiting In the city, are
wife and daughter ot cx-Oovcrnor Ad
ams of Nevada.
Isabella Ilcnclnto was fined 125 and
costs In tho Police Cqurt this morning
for stealing a ring from Mrs. Charles
Cash, Isabella and her friends talk
of appealing tho caso.
Tho 8. S. Enterprise will leave una
afternoon for Hllo. From there she
goes to San Francisco. Sho Is taking;
on a cargo of coffeo and rlco at tne,
Oceanic wharf today.
During his two weeks' vacation Juil
granted him by the Hoard ot SupcrvU
orn. County Sheriff Drown will visit
the property of tho Amorlcan Sugar Co
on MoloUal, ot which he Is one ot tne
The U. S. auxiliary transport left
Midway yesterday with a number of
officers aboard, marines and thn Island
mall. She will arrlvo hero within a
fow days. Sho expeuenced rough
weather at Welles harbor during her
stay nt tho Island.
Tho Ah Chung sodomy caso finally
went to trial this morning after a
whole week had bocn wasted in select
Ing a jury. Tho defendant Is alleged
lo hnvo committed his crime while
locked up In tho pollco station druuk
cell. A Korean, who was also a pris
oner, was his victim, '
Itobert Atkinson, out with a party
canoeing off the Moana hotel yester
day afternoon struck his bead on a
plcco of coral, while diving. A por
tion ot the scalp was torn. Dr. Hum
phrls attended. He was romoved to the
Maefarlonc residence and later taken
Frank Phillips, freight clerk on the
steamer Kinnu, lost two diamond rings
nt the Llkcllko wharf two years ago.
A diamond ring was pumped up by tho
dredger Pacific the other day, valued
t more than $100. Tho Jeweler who
made the sale will bo asked to Identify
tho ring and If ha does it Is likely Mr.)
Phillips will havo the ring returned' to
Old sea captains flguro that tho
ocean-going steam frolght ships run
ning bctweon horo and tho Coast do-
trlvo Honolulu merchants in tho
neighborhood of Mrth of bu f
mm every month. They calculate
n,nt ,.n..i nf i !,.. tr.nmer mio.. thn
thotr money hero,
Americans not familiar with tho Chi
tiosn languago frequently wonder why"
there aro so many Chinese with tho
Orst namo ot Ah. Usually when a
crowd of Chinamen is arrested and tak
en to tho pollco station every one will
glvo his first namo as Ah. "Ah" Is
not a namo. It means nothing. The
Word Is used by the Chinese In the
tamo manner as tho Americans uso
tho exclamation "Ob." For Instance,
when a Chinese mother wishes to call
ono of hor children, she will say "Ah,
Cheung," Just as a, white mother would
aay "Oh, Charley," or "Oh, mil."
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
THE MOST 'DELICIOUS CHAM
PAGNE IN THE AGE.
The choice of the Rulers of the
World's Great Nations. Since 1818
this wine has been served as the best
on the tables of all the Monarchs of
Europe and Asia.
quails, Pints, and Hall Pints
Lewis & Company
189 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
A trip to the Zoo at Ksirnu.
la enjoyable to children and p
Besides the wonderful colleo
tlon of animals and birds, thtra
are other delights too numerous
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Qusen 81a. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS,
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E. W- Jordan & Co., Ltd.
II 37 Fort Street,
Fresh Every Time
There's nothing stale or Insipid or
It's made right and bottled right.
You can rely on Its being fresh evtry
time, good every time, and cheap at
the price every time.
All kinds here Rings and
Pins and Studs and Ear
rings, Cad Urooclics and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
75c per month
It means all-year-round relief
from unpleasant kitchen duties
building fires, carrying wood
or coal, unnecessary cleaning,
etc. A Gas Water Heater will
supply water 'In any quantity.
Both for sale by dealers and
HONOLULU GAS CO.
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
I he Alexander Young Building. Hour:
10-12; 24; 7-6. Residence, The Alex.
snder Young Hotel. Telephone Call:
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by
other dealers. Doors, screen doors
sash and builders' hardware.
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Alakea St., mauka Sailor Horns.
DR CIINN'S BLOOD AND)
Makas FK.rt and atrsnsth for tlok and
NcrtousWome.n.atoiwalnMslnlthr br msklnsi irons, rlon rod blood.
onokdlMbr Bl.lnRiou strensth to.
mill It. Sold b DruuE '..TSoui bos.
or3boi(orSS.,orml. -Jon rolptoV
Brio. Writ us about Horn Trmtmenu
n. SKAHKO CO.. Hhlladlphl. Pa.
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