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VHNINO BULIJtmN, nONOLUMJ, T. H., miDAY, JAN. 12. 1006.
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A Boot That Men Commend
That You Will Value,
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$11 1 I mgr If yu have
a 'swiW we will deliver
14 Ww to yu now $5'
Ifil 2P (FiftyDoilars)worth of Fur
Lp niture, Rugs, Matting, &c,
M the balance on Easy Payments.
Wlr Our prices are the lowest; our goods
Jr the best, and your Credit with us is Good.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably to, In theie days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no moro ob
tainable. This Is a mistaken
idea, however. H. J. Heinz Co.
are perfectly reliable and sup
ply pure foods only. Their Vine
gars fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
State In the Union but of every
country In the world. We sell
and place our personal guaranty
of perfect purity and whole
Heinz Malt Vinegar
Heinz Pickling Vinegar
Heinz Cider Vinegar
H. Kackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Headquarters for automobiles with
splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALIHI, and other dsslrbl Iscslltlss
Also 1 JTJMPSBA-l' BUOKZOAIUt,
toad-bud; (ood m now. ,
One gallon of W. P. FULLER'S
Pure Prepared Paint
on account of Its perfect preparation,
win cover a muen larger area or sur
face than a hand-mixed lead and oil
paint. The cost of labor Is double the
cost of the paint. It costs as much to
ipply Inferior paint as It does pure
paint. Adulterated and cheap paint
will fade, lose Its gloss and perish In
a very short "time. W. P. Fuller &.
Co.'s Pure Prepared Paint will wear
for years and retains Its superior fin
ish. Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KINQ ST.
Be on ths-wfe side and guard
against loss of time through ac
cident by taking out a policy
with the Employers' Liability
Assurance Corporation. The
contract Is honest and liberal
and Is honestly and liberally In-.
terpretea ana you cannot anora
to be without IL
Bishop & Co.
924 BETHEL 8TREET.
sine Job Fiinilnt at Tn Dulleiln
PRICES 1 1HE fftt
MARKET AT START IS
STRONG FOR RAW SUGAR
CUBAN CROP IS LATE IN COMING
TO MARKET PHILIPPINE
TO SELL REVIEW.
Wlllctt & Gray's Sugar Journal for
., i ..I
December 28 Bays of the rny sugnr mar-
Itaws. This has been a holiday week
wun nuie Dullness in mo cany pari.
A noinuie icaiure was me Kling ui
7S00 tons of Philippine Islamls sugar,
which lins been held In warehouse hcic
for some time. Tho owners evidently
became discouraged by the nctlon of wJK Su Jir Co 's'cr
tho Ways and Means Committee, In ic- wainmio sugar Go
porting the Phlllpplno bill with a w'"" "'I'Jiu.v,"
clause excluding thctd "sugars from
benefit of any reduction of duty. I
Our Washington Information Is that
tliould such mi amendment llnally pass,
It ould no doubt be overruled by tho
Supreme Court on the ground that such
action would Oc special legislation and
contiary to nil precedent, when tarlrf
changes have been made '
Thi. rlfp nlifnlnf.il tnr llinan .nirnra
were full up to cuircnt anotatlons, hi-
Ing equal to 2.C0c. nnd 2.023c. duty
l,ald baals of 8 1 tost.
Tho venr clones on n wrv firm tnnr-
l:et, mused by delay In tho Cuba croj)
awiiuiiit, win j- u. .viuiuin uvuiH u. ujhu busir (.oopc
work and only 3000 tons receipts at OiiAbutrCoopc...
thlpplni; jioru for tho week, against wiMiiVcoi'pe'
103 ccutruU and 1G,000 tons receipts a wuiu AtrteCo6pc
jear ago. McUryd
.Mcsara. Gumfl-Mpjor, o( Havana, cnblo
I'lfJf erUraat .of fh0 Fuba .c.rop at
1,325.000 ton, rhowlns that a be crop
ITinV lin nnilllln.l rr nltltnllnli ) t. A la.
may bo counted on, although tho be-
Klni.liig Is rntlier late. The weather Is
now favorable for tho starting up of
many moro factories after the holidays.
We malie no change In our estimate of I
1,300,000 tons crop. i
Uuyers views remain unchanged,
bads DG test, a( 3c. duty paid, or 2Vii
c. and i. for Cuban sugars, lillc hold
era In Cuba are gencrnlly asking 1-lCc.
At the close tho agents for the Ted
cral Hennery disposed of the 18,000
tons which tltov hnvn lirnn hnttllnt In'
storo here for account of speculator, '
the American accepting 80,000 bags nnd i
the Ketlernl taldng the balance, all basis'
of 3Hc. for 98 test. I
European markets are quiet without
(.hniipo In quotations.
Raw 3ugar 1'rlcc Ilevlew. 1005. Tho
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities,
You have real estate you wish to sell,
You have a house you wish to rent, .
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Tliielsn & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT
TEL. MAIN 21.
year opened with Centrifugal sugar 9U
test basis (the standard for raw sugar)
at 4Tc. per pound, duty paid, advanc
ing to GUc. at end of month (average
for January 5.0Cc.); February fluctu
ated between ti'.ic. and 4.91c. (average
6.047c.); March steadily declined from
5.125c. to 4. bio (average 4.943c.); April
steadily declined from 4.91c. to 4.G25c
(average 4.7!lc); May further de
clined from IrCZJc. to 1.31c. (avcrago
4.40c); June declined from 1.375c to
4.25c. (nvcragc 4,312c.); July declined
from 4.19c. to 4c. (avcrago 4.0G2c.);
AugiiKt rallied from 4.002c to 4.125c.,
closing 4c. (nvcragc 4.002c); Septum-'
bcr declined from 4c. to 3.C25c. (aver
ago 3.797c); October 3.01c. to 3.50c.
(nvcragc 3.078c); November 3.50c to
3.44c, rallying to 3.50c (nvcrago
3.498c); December 3.50c to 3.025c. (ov
eruse 3.009c). Tho blghesl point In
year was ut beginning of February 5',ic. should ho rather loner tliau for 1903. m moro Irco to tnito. up tiie nnpon
nnd tho lowest point In year was In No- Itollned Sugar I'rlco Ituvlew, 1903. I'""' "miter of yMtvin&tlral y burvcy
ember nt, 3.14c per pound for 90 ten Averngo quotations for granulated nR nlll mapping thu public lands, and
Tho average price of centrifugals for lows: January, 5.82c: February,
1D05 Is 4.278c. against 3.974c. In 1904; 5.925c; March, 5.90c; April, fi.'jOc;
3.72c. in 1903; 3.512c. In 1902; 4.017c. May, C.CiGc.; June, 5.48c; July, 5.09c;
In 1901; 4.4CCc. In 1900; 4.119c. In 1899; August, 5.07c; September, 4.775c;
4.235c. In 1898. Tho nvcrago for ten October, 4.50c; November, 1.39c; De
years Is 3.99Cc duty paid, but during cember, 4.45c The highest prlto wiu
this period duties varied considerably. Cc. nt beginning of February, and tho
Since July 1897 the duty on sugar lowest, 4,35c. In November,
has been 1.C85V. per pound for 90 test. I Tho average of granulated in 1905
Since December 27, 1903, all sugars was 5.25Cc, nialnst 4.772c, in 1901;
produced In Cuba have paid 1.348c. per 4.038c In 1902, 4.455c. In 1902, 5.05c.
pound duty on 90 test. Sugar from tha In 1901, 5.32c In 1900 nnd 4.919. In
Hawaiian Islands and from I'orto Rico 1899,
come Into the U. S. free of all duty. Tho average difference botween raw
Sugar from Phlllpplno Islands havo and refined In 1905 was ,0978c. per
25 per cent reduction from tho Dlnglcy pound, against .798c per pound In 1904
ratow, 81 test, tho average grade, pays an Increase of .18c. per pound.
,919c per pound, less ,022c. export duty The higher difference In 1905 was
nald on chlnmcnt from the Phtllnnlncs. duo larcelv to the fait thai tho ilmvn.
All other sugars Imported into tho U
8. In 1905 paid 1.085c. per pound duty
lor vu test basis, and the same duties
will apply for 190G, with probable ex- 1904 tho upward trend of prices mado
ceptlon of Philippine Islands, which the manufacture out of lower cott
may be further reduced. , laws, as compared with tho prices nil-
The crop of Hawaiian Islands for Ing, at thctlme, for tho retliicd jiro
1900 wc estimate at 370,000 tons. Porta duct. The nvernge difference for tho
Itlro at 210,000 tons, Philippines at 125,-
000 tons, tho domestic crop of rano 300,
000 tons, tho domestic crop of beet 285,
000 tons, Cuba crop 1,300,000 tons. Total
Mipply of free and partially free sugar
Bstlmntlng tho consumption of sugnr
for 190G nt 2,800,000 tons in tho U. 3.
i ami 80,000 tons in tho Islands, the crop
I estimates leavo 350,000 tons sugar rn -
qiiireu irom countries paying full The BU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
'importations of beet sugar r'oEX, published In the Saturday Bulle.
Europe In 1903 nt U. 8. Pour Ports and tin and tho Weekly Edition, gives
New Orleans wcro 23.715 tons. Indlcat-, concise and complete resume of all If
Ing a practical freedom of the United , notkei , for tenders, judg.
States from need of foreign best nif budIng permits .nd real es
The influence of tho Cuban rccIproc!it, transactions. Evening Bulletin,
Ity treaty In 1005 has been to slvo thf ,i6 eenti P,r month. Weekly Bulletin,
Cuban Planters .20c. of the .34c. per
pound duty allowed, and to give the
consumer ,14c. of the allowance.
In our last annual review wo said
for tho year 1905 the average for ceil'
trlfugals should bo somowhat higher
than In 1904." Results show .301c. per
HJNOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 12, 1905.
NAME OF STOCr
C Briwef ft Co .
Fwa fif.nfallnn Co ...
HawilUn Aetlcultur'l Co
Maw com l suar ui
Hawaiian Sugar Co -,
Hononu buear Co
Honokaa Sugar Co .-
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahubii Plantation Co..
It I-, Ij l-f
1 ! II
KIMI Plantation Co Lid
S l-S I l-
I -' 1-4
Kipanuiu Mijar co ...
McHryda Sugar Co
Gatm Sugar Co ,
Onamaa Sugar Co.. , .
Uokata Socar Plant Co
oi l-a, J-,
ll I l-t
pilunau Sugar PiantCo
r-acmc sugar mil
lour-iitinj swan n Co
Mutual Totafiona Co
Hon. u. M. Oo.!.'.'."'
,, , HO.NDS
Ha Trr-i ,!?" .
Haw Gov J P C.
Haw Com fc Sug Co $ pc
fij: iT.5 C. CoFVi"
linn k T A L Co fin r
55i,R & iTc p cCZ
io i -a
Sales Dot. Hoards: $2000 Haw. Sug.
to 1102,75; $500 Walalua Cs, $100; 50
0 s c r 50 0 . B
p.. T ' "
r .-- in nnin. i..nr r.. i-r.
0 ,, & u Co $8950. 1() - ,t T
& it Co rfd $101 GO
,.., .,. .,.,,,in U1 ,..,.
, L"t"tn "Br quotation, 3.67 ctnts,
cr 73 per ""'
SUGAR, 3.71 cenis
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 2 1-4(1
Qeo " Tlllelen.
--ru. ,n , .,,.'
. STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
Membtr Hon. Stock and Bond Ey
92C FOHT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
THROUGH WITH A RUSH.
The Ladles' Society of Central Union
Church will give a
. At the Home of
F. J LOWRY
January 16, 1906.
A limited number of tickets only
may be had of Mrs. Q. F. Bush, 1601
Kcwalo St., and Mrs. A. Cartley, Col
pound higher In 1903. For the year R ,H t"l was formerly donq by
190G, the nvcrago for icntrlfiigalsl"'''' "'". " " lwvo tho depart
sugar In 1905, by months, wcro as fol
ward trend of prices made It necessary
for reliners to manufacture refined
sugar out of elghcr cost raws, while in
two years taken together Is .SKSc. pur
luiuiu, nil' auiujic j'lllV VI filUUHIUl-
ed for ten years Is I.SIlc. per pound.
Tho difference between rnw and re
fined for ten years Is .845c. per pound.
There have been no now rrflncrlci
put In operation In 1905. Tho rrflnlus
capacity now Is mora than sulliilvnt to
supply tho consumption.
, a n
' oer year.
I have greatly loved. . . . Hut until
my right hand has withered, until my
tongue sticks panting to my palate.
my protesting volro will sound front
the profundity of my prison.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks nt Stockyards Stables.
Symphiny rehenrtal at 8 o'clock this
Ucst cup Hawaiian coffee In the city
at New England Hakcry. I
Mrs. Dickenson's sate of millinery is,
still on lints at half price. i
Tho temperature of the water otf
Honolulu yesterday was 75 degrees.
DON'T FORGET TO GET
Tho stockholders of Hart & Co. meet I
8t 2 o'clock this afternoon In annual!
A notice to creditors of the cstalo of
Kckcatanl Oliule, deceased, Is published
In this Issue.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co, will sell
fat California turkeys tomorrow for
So cents n pound.
Judge Do Dolt's Jury today found a
verdict for defendant In the covenant
case of Chung Sco vs. Knhanu Meek.
A horse driven by a Chinese hack
man. No. 08. dropped dead on Queen
ttrcct this morning near tho corner of
Judgo Do Dolt will tomorrow call the
lury calendar for tho purposo of pt-
llng them for trial: 212, 220, 224, 227
following numbered cases of tho civil
134, 230, 238, 239, 240, 242, 219, 250 and
At tho meeting of tho Honolulu Engi
neering AFSoclatlon Monday evening.
January 15, Mr. C. CI. Ilallcntyne will
rend a highly Interesting paper en
titled "The Evolution of the Klcctrlc
Mr. 1'. S. Emerson will lccturo on
"tho Cathedrals of England" to tho
literary clrclo of tho Kllohnna Art
League. In tho League rooms, at tho
Young Hotel on Thursday evening, tho
18th tnstnnt, nt S o'clock.
The U. S. N. auxiliary Saturn Is ox
pected late this afternoon or possibly
not until tomorrow morning, She left
Midway Sunday afternoon. Tho Sat
urn will tako on coal and leave tho
llrst of next week for San Diego, Cnl
Discontinuances havo been filed Hi
tho four stills of l.ucy K. l'eabody
nz.tlnst II It. Mncfarlane, Klpahulii
Sugar Co., Ltd., Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.,
,ind Wnlluku Sugar Co., Ltd. llolh
plaintiff and defendants aro to pay
their own costs.
S. V. I.cnncn of San Francisco, nuar
tcrmastcr on tho H. S. Alaskan, dta
charging at tho railroad wharf, was
taken sick this morning while at work
r-nd hail to be taken to tho Queen'.
Hospital, His trouble seems to bo a
serious attack of cramps.
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
Coromlltco Is sending out 400 posters
to the different Islnnds advertising the
floral para do of February 22. Tho pos
ters aro being mailed to tho postmas
ters, steamship agents and others
throughout tho other towns and vil
lages. Henry Ilcndall of San Francisco,
Ion of tho wealthy merchant of thu
wholesale firm of Uendatl & Tillman,
who lost n hand on Ilia dredger l'a
clfrc Wednesday morning, Is a gradu
ato of Ilcrkcley College. In electrical
engineering. Ho niado a trip to Ho
nolulu on tho S. S. Alameda for prac
tical experlctico and was ono of the
men who loft tho ship hero during thu
Tho reports of tho Surveyor to tho
(lovernor for tho years 1904 and 1905
hnvo been completed In printed form.
They show In detail the work dono by
thu Survey Department. Under the
head of now work the 1905 report
Tho now work of tho coming period
will differ to soma orient from that
of tho past.
Now that tho County of Oaliti must
tako over much of tho city engineer-
subdividing such ns may bo available
and deslrublo for homestead purposes,
Tho order In which this work will bo
(alien up will depend on tho necessity
of tho surveys.
Itc-survvys of many of tho lands will
bo necessary In order to obtain good
and rullahlo Information for future
transactions, owing to tho cbangeJ
conditions brought about through agrl
cultural and other developments since
thev wera leased many years ago,
It Is also very Important that tho
boundaries of all public lands should
bo established and substantially marK.
cd ns rapidly as posslblo. for tho ka'
manlnas, who aro ablo to assist In tho
matter, aro rapidly passing away.
In all of tho now surveys, special at
tcntion has been given to tho placing
of Instlng monuments nt Important
'points along tho boundaries of public
Such results as havo been obtained,
will bo of valuo at any time, no matter
what nctlon may bo taken In tho dis
posal of thesa public lands.
"I will not tnko any steps with ro
ran) to thu tearing down of Honolulu
Halo for tho next two or three weeks
anyhow," said Superintendent of Pub
lic Works C. 8. Holloway this morn
ing. "Thero havo been a couple of In
onirics mado about leasing tho place.
Tho building will bo torn down In all
events. It Is very old and out of re
pair, you know, but the slto on which
It stands, together with tho lot noxt to
Cunha's place, may bo leased, tho Ter
ritory reserving a wider right of way
on tho postofflco side If the lot Is
leased, It will bo on tho condition that
the lessee erects thereon a now build
ing, which will, at the expiration of
the term of tho lease, revert to the
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189 KINQ ST. TELEPHONE 24a
A trip to the Zoo at Kalmuhi
Is enjoyable to children and pa
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of anlmi'i and birds, there
arc other cUtlghts toe numsrous
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by tha
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
RU.GS, 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
11 37 Fort Street
If you drink beer don't be satisfied
with any old brew. Demand the besL
Is the best and a more pleasant or
healthful beverage It would be Impos
tlble to find. If you are unacquainted
with Its merits, order a case and ba
AH kinds here Rings and
Tins and Studs and Kar
ringi, -nd Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and irocrly
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75c pep month
It means all-year-round relief
from unpleasant kitchen duties
a building fires, carrying wood
or coal, unnecessary cleaning,,
etc. A Gas Water Heater wlllt,
supply water In any quantity.
Both for sale by dealer and
HONOLULU GAS GO.
DR. J. T. MCDONALD,
AMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
p Young Building. Hours!
,3. Residence, The Alex.
.ng Hotel. Telephone Call:
20 per cent, cheaper than sold by
other dealers. Doors, screen doors
sash and bulldsrs' hardware.
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Alakea St., mauka 8allors Home.
M.L a-laah nnrl lk..nvtlt .OP Bleli anil
ai by making strong, nan ris pww,
sunhb uneaiai or kit
olnnTOU strength to
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