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A Men's VICI KID, BLUCHER CUT, Medium
Wide Toe, Winter Weight, Waterproof Sole.
A Boot That Men Commend
That You Will Value,
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Why Pay Room Rent
3 Rooms furnlihed In style for only $100.00.
Hotel Street windows.
See our great offer In our
, 1 Mattress
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1 Round Table
2 Rattan Chairs
2 Oak Rockers
r 1 6 ft. Dining Table
' 1 6x0 Crex Rug
We GUARANTEE everything to be FIRST-CLASS and at the BOTTOM
PRICES: To be seen In our Hotel Stroet windows.
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'HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 19, 1905.
HIGH PRICES REDUCED
CUBAN 8LOW CROP IS FEATURE
OF PRESENT SITUATION WIL,
LETT &. QRAY'8 FEVIEW
OF THE MARKET.
NAME OP STOCK
C Brtwtr h Co
Ewo Plinutlan Co ...
H.wiilin AplcultuiJ Co
Hsnomu bus" Co ..
Honokit Suf Co
Milku buM Co.
Kahtiku Huntlllon Co
Klhtl I'Unutlon Co Ltd
Klpihulu Sujir Co ...
Kolot Sur" Co
if Co ,
Wlllett & Gray's Sugar Journal for
Jan. 4 rnnnrtu nn Ihn rnnr ,,,,.. .. Othuburir
l, " ;ii",... -. "'"' , Onm Suim Co
net as follows: l oiSuf.r Pi.m Co
VI8IBLE SUPPLY Total stock of R'"S"V CoMd
Europe and America, 3.28,747 tons, ".." spI,c.
against 2,717,630 tons last year at tho PmissmAIiii
same uneven dates arid 2,768,298 tons pliLklo"'"" Co ""
nt the even date of Jan. 1st, 1006. Tho 1'iOT.trMiiiCo
increaso of stock Is 581,007 tons, X:!fttsKSr.''lC
against an Increase of 690,225 tons last w.iiuku luj.r Co 'iil
week. Total stocks and afloats to- wnmuio Oo-
gether. show a Uslble supply of 3.- "ATsuNfcbirs"
338,747 tons, against 2,717,650 tons lnur-l.ui.1 Swim N Co!
last icar. Hswtlliii EkKJrlc Co -
RAWS Tho last week of tho old ear HonRTLCoCol
mm ui-ginniriK 01 mo now lias been S;i u i: co
quiet for the greater part, and tho ontv iiiio M.nToil Co "
feature of Interest to note Is thi un. Hon. u.M. Go,
--.I .- .... . . - HUNUS
pn-ceuemrii conditions or tlio Cuba HtwTet ipc tHroCIl
v.i, u, niv ui-Kiuuiiig ui mo new j ear.
ory llttlo sugar has been mado In
HiwTr iV DC
Hw Tcir'l 4H P c.
. . - T- - - nn tun I B L.
t,uua nnti only so centrals aro at work cail.SushrfCo.6pc.
against uv last yenr. Tho holidays In' S SK:?';
connectlon with continued rainy wca- . .?&. ?".'.!'
mer, produced mis result and has left miiok Ktotonopc
tho sellers of contracts for shipment gSSJASi feS J 5 :
during January In a bad position, they ixtuHatLCoSpe
being not nblo thus far to procuro sup. ?,???"'"? f -piles
sufficient for contracts and aro "."Co0.'.?.!"::
compelled to ask rcdnors for delay. "lonterMiiiCoSpc'
Itennors. nn llio nlhnr lmr,,l .nn..., WilAsrkCo6pc.
, ... ,..m ., uuvui w Avurviia .
I, DC 0,000
Lo In need Of Sinrnrs for nan nnil nrn
willing to pay current quotations for Bales Dot. Hoards: 23 Honokao,
uny offers, but In Cuba the short sell- U1.60; 6 lion. It. T. & L. com., C7.60j
ers have paid 1-lCc. to 3.32c. more than 12 "on- R- T & h- Pfu- 1101.30, 30
current rtuotnilons. Tho outlook for Kwn 123.60.
tho month Is lor steady, firm markets.!
At the closo 1'hllndelphla paid 1,10c. Latest sugir quotation, 3 617S cents
hdvancc for 25,000 bags Cuba ccntrlfu- or $72.35 per ton.
gnls, January shipment, nt 2 6-lGc. c,'
jjdf. for 90- test, cqua. to 3.67c. duty, jyg 3,
A sale to Arbuckla Is also reported,'
or I'orto ltlco centrifugals, for Janu- I nNlinN RPFTR Re 9 -&(
aryshlpment. nt3 6-8c. cxshlp,for9G LUnUUrl DttlO, .05, L I 4U
lest, buyer paying lighterage, which Is
equal to 3 21 32c, regular terms, "" ""
Tho spot quotations remain nominal-1
ly unchanged, basis of 3S-8& tyr 96 1
test In the absence of business In near-!
hv BllfrnrB I
REVIEW Wo print today our full "nbtr Hon. 8tock and Bond Ek
annual statements of tho sugar bus!-' change,
ncss of the United Slates for tho year LOANS NEGOTIATED.
1905. The figures show that tho con- 920 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secura 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,
f TH 1 r hustling agents,
Coyne Furniture Co., See Thielen & Williamson About It
LOCAL AND ftENEBAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Stables.
Dr. Derby lias postponed his trip to
Kauai until Tuesday.
I.utted'a Taro Flour for solo by lien
ry May & Co. and C. J. Day & Co.
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. (1, fl-&0 and $2 per week. 1249
Camera views, Paradise of the Pa
cific, on sale at all news dealers and
A statement of assets and llnlillltlw
of Claus Sprcckcls & Co, Is published
In this Issue.
Ilargalns In blankets and comforters,
blankets from 85c upwards; comforters
from $1.50 up at Sachs.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Chinese
Coffee Plantation Co., Ltd.. will bo
held tomorrow at 12 noon. Head Now
Jns. V. Morgan Is adcrtlslng a cblck
en ranch, also a dairy for sale. For
full particulars too him at his Kaahu
manu street office.
Tho official contagious disease re
port shows that from Jan. 1st to 16th
thero wero soven deaths from tubercu
losis and nono from diphtheria, ty
phoid fever or plague.
LADY LAW80N'8 SKETCH
Of a Day on Board a Japanese Bat
tleship Morgan the Buccaneer Fra
ternaj News Comic Supplement So
cial News Sporting News All the
IN SATURDAY'S BULLETIN,
A Korean Interpreter employed In
tho Immigration department, struck his
head against the top of the sheds at
tho Hackfcld wharf this morning when
boarding tha Mongolia and was
knocked down. Tho gang plijnk was
unusually high. Ho was nil alono nt
tho time and bleeding from tho wound;
two men on tho gang plank stood by
and made no effort to help him. When
another man started up tho steps to
In any way help the Injured man tho
two officials stopped him. Uoth aro em
tlo)cd by tho goernmcnt.
High Sheriff Henry.
Dear Gentleman: Plcaso forgive
mo for my trouble hero today at the
District of Kawaloa, liana. Island ol
Maul. About this cattlo business. Go
ing acres to acres. I want to know.
How I can do for It. To Have all our
Potatoes and plants. Wo havo lots ol
cattle, captures last few days ago.
Hut I don't knuw how to rules over It.
This law business for a cattlo to bo
paid and lost of tho plants which tho
cattle dlstorlcs. I only want to know
about tho law, End.
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no more ob
tainable. This Is a mistaken
Idea, however. H. J. Holnz Co,
aro perfectly reliable and sup
ply pure foods only. Their Vine
gar fully comply with the Pure
Food Laws not only of every
8tato In tha Union but bf 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 Yinegar
HoHackfehU Co., Ltd.
' WH0LE8ALE AGENT8.
designs have Just arrived and are
handsomer than ever. Wall papers
like dress fabrics, tax the genius of
celebrated artists In designing new
patterns, and It Is now possible to give
the home a highly artistic, decorative
Interior at a wonderfully low cost.
We Invite an Inspection of our new
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING 8T.
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RU8H.
TEL. MAIN 21. 912FORT8T.
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In the spring of the year the blood
gets out of order and a person Is apt
to feel generally out of sorts. When
feeling off color, drink
and you will be ready to admit that
as a pick-me-up It has no superior. Or
der a trial ease today and be convinc
ed. There Isn't a pleasantcr or more
healthful brew made.
Ww JEWELRY m
1 (Mpst' TP$ kinds here Rings and II
Mm wi ri,w n,ld StM(ls n,ld Ear li
f '"jir ffa Ck'1'"3, KvcrythiiiK up-to-
Mjfi&y f date hi design and properly
(gltW M' R' COUNTER!
9 S? ,25 LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET Z
sumption of sugar decreased 134,946
Ions, or say 4.876 per cent, against an
Increased consumption In 1904 of 217,
S19 tons, or 8.531 per cent. 'Taking tho
(Continued from Paae 1.)
about the room and 'a portion of the
two years together, tho consumption1 bedding was saturated with tho poison,
snows an Increase of 150,046 tons. per Apparently Mr. Peterson had not kept
year, or say 5.884 per cent, against 4.- an tne poison on ms siomscn. mere
296 per cent, average increase for 24 was a broken glass on the floor from
years. Tho cause of the decrease In. wnicn ne nau ucen unnKing- y wj
consumption In 1905 Is directly trace-
o WE HANDLE THE 0
which are the best In their class. They
represent the acme of Fountain Pen
excellence, and wo cordially Invito
you to call and try them. It Is a pleas
ure for u to show these ooods to all
who are Interested, whether buyers or
Hawaiian News Go,
YOUNG BUILDING 8T0RE.
FRE8H MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139.
There Is no need to bother
your friends If you find yourself
In need of a bond. Any person
holding a position of trust where
a bond Is required, can be ac
commodated by applying to us.
We are aqents for the Fidelity
and Deposit Co., and furnish
bonds at the lowest rates.
Bishop & Co.
924 BETHEL 8TREET.
ablo to tho higher prices which ruled
during tho larger part of tho year.
Foreign sugar producing countries,
other than Cuba, contributed 438,383
tons to tho consumption, Cuba con
tributed 1,101.611 tons, tho .Hawaiian
Islands contributed 376,497 tons; Por
to ltlco, 124,928 tons; Phlllpplno Isl
anrti, 14,673 tons; domestic one, 334,
522 tons; domestic beet, 220,722 Ions;
maple sugar, 9,000 tons; molasses su
gar, 11.8S0 Ions. Tho corresponding
contributions for theso countries fc
1904 will bo found tabulated else
where. Tho total nmount of roflncd sugar
"mistimed was 2,506,680 tons, of which
tho American Sugar Heflnlng Co, man
ufactured 1,325,602 tona, or, say, 62.89
per cent., ngalns't 58.07 per cent, last
year; the Independent refiners, 939,557
tons, or 37.48 per cent., against 35.19
per cent, last year; tho domestic beet
sugar factories, 220.477 tons, or 8.79
per cent., against 6.48 per cent, last
year; foreign refined, 20,954 tons, or
,84 per cent., against .26 per cent, last
Avcrago dlffercnco between raw and
refined In 1905, was ,978c. per pound,
against ,798c. per pound In 1904
Tho coming year gives promise of
comparatively low average prlco for
raw sugars because of tho largely In'
creased estimated supplies throughout
tho world and tho prlco of roflncd will
nntnrnllv follow tho course of raws.
A study of our tables or details 01 1
supplies throughout tno worm nnu tno
prlco of refined will naturally follow
tho courso of raws.
A study of our tables of details of
supplies and consumption will provo
unusually Interesting at ftbis season.
Sunday School Tcachor: "Tommy.
doesn't your consclenco tell you when
you havo dono wrong?" Tommy:
Yes, ma'am: but It doesn't tell my
mother." Chicago Dally News.
he left the room and staggered out to
the front veranda and sat In. a chair
and was sick. He looked very bad anJ
my wife was frightened and ran to
Mr. Kodviood. Together they put him
in a Jnpancso hack. Then she found tho
"Peterson told mo yesterday, when
ho engaged the room, that ha was go
Inc to get a divorce from his wlfo nud
give her a third of his propcity, which
consisted of his hack and horno ami
tome lots and a house, lie aeked mo
for a quarter, but I refused lo give it
lo him. fearing tbnt ho would spend
It on liquor. Ho was not drunk when
ho camo to my hnitsn. I did not want
to tnku htm In, but ho gae mo such a
straight talk, I thought It was all
right. Ho brought three bottles of
beer with him. I drank one glass with
him, but no more.
"He was out somewhere about 4
o'clock this morning and bark In bed
about 5. I cry much regct that such
an affair should havo occurred In my
house. I wish I had not taken him
Mrs. McDowall stated to the report
er that she thought at first that Peter
son was Inlnxtcaed and called Mr. Red
wood, a lodger, to put him In a hack.
Sbo saw blm drinking something from
a glass and afterward found tho car
bolic acid bottle. When he was 011 the
veranda ho appeared very drunk, roll-
I Ing around.
Air. ucuwooci. contractor, as worn-
Tho abovo letter wbb received by
High Sheriff Henry, and Is, according
to Henry. Intended aa a complaint be-
Itausa straying cattlo la destroying the
products of Solomon Kcaupunl, who
ovldcntly Is a small farmer. Solo
mon's wisdom Is not sufficient in tho
matter, bo ho has coroo to tho High
Sheriff to 'ascertain if he has a legal
"It Is a shamo tho way tho Hawaii
nns who actually try to mako a living
from the soil aro discouraged," said
tho High Sheriff. "I havo seen many
cases whero Hawatlans who started In
plnnttng things wero discouraged by
reverses of various kinds. Either
somo one takes away their water, or
thieves tako their produco, or, again,
as In this ease, cattlo aro allowed to
destroy it, Theso peoplo who how
themselves to be Industrious, should
bo encouraged Instead of discouraged,"
You can uetwlnea hlaher In orice: but aualltv and orlce con
sidered, It will be hard to surpass this brand of table wlnea
that have taken the FIRST PRIZES at both the 8t. Louis and
t-ewli i Clarke Expositions.
ZINFANDEL (light pleasant wine)
CABERNET (old and mellow) (8L Julian Type)
BURGUNDY (full bodied Bouquet)
EL MOLINO (Bordeux character)
MEDOC (elegant, rich)
QUTEDEL (fruity dry wine) , ,. . ,
J0HANNI88ERQ RIESLING (Rhine wine character)
VINE CLIFF (Moselle type)
SAUTERNE3 (very mellow; palatable)
HAUT 8AUTERNE8 (medium aweet, delicate)
CHAUTAAU YQUEM (very rich type)
LEWIS & Co., Ltd. Sole Agents
159 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
FIR8T PRIZES WHEREVER EXHIBITED. ,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the nsws of the day.
Fine Fire Wood
0 FOR SALE 0
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sate by
Lord & Belser. These ties will make
fine firewood. ,
Per Cord at yard, $5.00.
Per Cord, Delivered, $5.73.
ing on somo plans, on tho upper vor
iiiiua, when suminoucu b) Mrs. jMiDow-
all, llo inrormcd tno reporter that
when ho put Peterson in the hack lis
told tho hackman to take him to tno
Tho annual meeting of tho Kinder
garten Association was held In Y. M
C, A. hall this forenoon at 10 o'clock,
lllshop Hamilton read a Scrlptura
lesson and offered prayer. Ho also
uddrcsscd tho Association, congratula
ting tho members on tho excellent
work thoy aro doing among tho little
(oiks of tho city.
Mrs. U. B. Watorhouso, president,
presided. Children from several of
tho kindergartens gavo an oxhjbitlon
of gamcB and songs.
Tho reports of tho various commit
tecs hIiow tho kindergartens in excel
lent condition, and much Interest is
shown by all tho workers, parents and
During last year a total enrollment
of 548 was recorded In tho Honolulu
Again Mrs. Thompson's report as
Owing to a change In the price of.
certain sixes of crushed rock, prices In I
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.53.
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, $1.80
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the'
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,' "Young Hotel."
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
dr. j. t. Mcdonald,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-2V
1 he Alexander Young Building. Hours:
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, The Alex
indcr Young Hotel. Telephone Calif
Lord & Belser
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
Mnkae riosh and Strength for Slok and
sos bf making strong, rioh rad bkof
chaoks dloaasa bfaltlna; ou euansth.tai
raalat It. Sold brDruBs&H.TSotaabok
or 3 boiaa forts... ormaV -d on raoalpt ot
Brloa. wrlta us about Moma Traatmana,
It. OaANKO CO. Philadelphia, ra.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
Sine Job Printing At Tho Bulletin YARD, corner QUEEN & RICHARDS,
UU IHU IlUllUliai. 111 IUUU Ullll W HIV ,- ,. . - j. AaaArtlnlinn
90 stand and find out there whero Pet-1 "'""? dlfec.t?,r 0'. "!",,'? B,c,ll,",t
Mrs. Thompson is doing in this lino.
Tho reports of tho affiliated kinder
gartens Bhow all In a flourishing stato
with largo attendanco In all cases.
Tho Castlo Kindergarten has had a
must, successful years.
Following nro officers tlocted for
tho present year;
President Mrs. E. 11, Waterhouso.
I'lrst Vice President Mrs, 8. II.
Second Vlco President Mrs. F. J.
Third Vlco President Mrs, Tbco.
crson lived and then to take him home
Peterson teemed In a cry bad way
After ho was gone the poison was dis
covered. McDowall then came home
and was Informed of tho circumstances,
whereupon McDowall went at 01110 tu
tho pollco station
, A Bulletin reporter called at tho hotel
at 11 o'clock. Tho bedding had been
removed from Peterson's room. Tha
mattress was In one place wot with the
poison. It might have been spilled
thero, while Peterson was drinking, or
he may have been unable to keep It
on his stomach. A class fctooil on tho I
bureau. It contained a few drops of Hlchards,
the solution. The glass was banded ta
Mr. McDowall, who smelled It and put
It In bis pocket to take to the police
Redwood and McDowall went to tho
station about 11:30 and told thelf
stories to the Deputy Sheriff and Vida.
Vlda had ascertained hy this tlmo
where Peterson had secured the poison. ' Association.
bctn M. Waterhouso.
Financial Secretaries Miss Margar
et Hopper and Mrs. W. F. Frear,
Treasurer Mrs. F. M. Swsniy.
Auditor Mr. V. L. Howard.
Mr. V. W. Damon and Ilev. Soarcs
spoko a few encouraging words to the
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in 'great variety'
at CUT Prices
Ee W Jordan & Co, Lt
Jl 37 Fort Street '
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