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KYENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY, FED. 19, 1906.
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slSW the balance on Easy
Ipr Our Prices are the-Iowest; our goods
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WILLEIT & GRAY LOOK FOR
SEASON OF LOW PRICES
REPORT ON 8UQAR MARKET CON
DITIONS FEB. 1, NONPRIVIL
EDGED SUGARS 8EEKINQ
Wlllclt & Gray's Sugar Trade Jour
nal for Feb. 1 reports as follows on tho
Haws Wehavo to report a further
decline for tho week of 1.16c. on spot
and l-32c. on distant sugars. The quo
tation of 3 l-2c. basis 00 test was es
tablished on sale of I'orto Illco sug
ars tor prompt delivery.
Early in the week a large business
was done In non-prlrlloged centrlf
ugalB for February-vMarcli shlpn-nt
at 3 l-2c. landed and, In Cuban sugars
for the same shipment at 2 S-31c, c.
and f., equal to 3.62c. landed for 96
test, which filled the wants or the larg
est buyers for tho Immediate future.
Toward the close pressure exerted
by holders led to sales of Cuban cen
trifugals to tho Federal for shipment
before February 20 at 2 l-8c, c. and f.,
equal to 3.48c. landed, at which fur
ther sugars arc obtainable.
The easier tone Is duo to a dccllno
of 2 l-4il. In European markets and to
favorable Cuban crop reports.
Tho late beginning of crop making
In Cuba, duo to unseasonable rains
gave tho refiners some concern, re
cently, as to tho supplies for January
and early February, but tho latest re
ports from the Island aro that tho
weather has turned fine, except In one
locality, and. that the harvesting Is
now proceeding favorably; the num
ber of centrals grinding Increased to
147. being 27 more than last week and
tho receipts nt the principal shipping
ports nmounted to 37,000 tons, witn
exports of 29,800 tons, for the week,
Indicating that the planters arc mak
Ing strong efforts to deliver tho Bug'
ars previously sold at prices higher
than thosa now current and that noun
dam supplies for refiners melting re
aulremcnts are now assured.
According to our special report from
Havana It Is probable that with favor
ablo weather from now on, the Cuban
planters will be able to roako up for
tho late start, before tho season comes
to an end.
Non-prlvllcgcd sugars aro compet
ing keenly with Cuban sugars for this
market, the producers realising that
tho united States will require, this
year, only a limited supply from coun
HONOLULU, February 19. 1906.
NAME OP STOCr p'.'S'uplE ? BI4 Aik.J
C Brtwif Co , 'W loo oj
Ew piintaHoo Co ,u. I.o.o k tii-l
Hawaiian AfrlCOltMj Co ..ooo Ioo llljl-l
HwCoSutirCo.. 1,"S loo Ii
Hawaiian St" Co 000.000 t, j.
HonomubusarCo..,,, Tjo.ooo to t)Ht
Honokaa SucvCo 000,000 lolli-t
Haiku Svgftr CO i 3o.ooo fog I 199
Kanuku PlantaUon Co joo,ooo to tt
Klhol ruoutlon Co W .Joo.ooo I 1., I j.4
Klpaktila Sugar Co ... rto.000 totf I )
Koloa Sucar Co 900.000 ioo I ijo
Mclirroo Stirar Co . ljoo.000 K l 1 1-1
Cohu 2rtirar Co , ),6oo.ooo ti 9t ft
OnooiM SafftrCo.... . 1.00000 M til
OoViSirPiot Co joo.t n h
Olu Suiroi Co US Ioooc 1 ).t' j f
Olowill Co .. Ito.ooo ioo to
Pll.h.1 SolMtCo 00000 jo 10
Pmiic Mm joo.ooo 10, no
Pu piomoSoaCo .... ry.ooo 100 Hi
Ptpookoo 9utf Oo . ioo.om 100 160
PloMor MICo, t.To,ooo jo 11$ I
WololooAtTkolMrtICo .)"" too to
Wilftlco Stn'Oo .... oooooo 100 it)
Wohiko imt" - Sf
WlHunoU Stiar Go- S. !
Wrtauo Mill Co - .... 13
UoM1n4 Stoooj N Co 900,000 ioo lj)
Howollon HKotrte Co 000,000 100 l
HmRTSiLCoPtS... 10000 01
HMRTkLCoCoa l,i).o toe 6j ,-i 11
Mmil Totojkono Co o.eoo u 9
Oabo K ot L Co.. , 4.000JM4 ioo ty
HSo Kllro4 Co cojooo 11
FIod. B. M. Go....,, .,.. ft tl
HtwTonoc IFIroCll 00
HowToroK oc ....
How Terc'l U.c. . n ....
Haw Co to f .,, ioo
CM.baJfAfl.Co.oV.C. .... ioii-i
Hlllra S JW Xo 0 c - ofi
HlwComTlSlf CojOt 0)
Haw Sugar Co 0 0 c 0)t-t
HlloHR Co Cootie- ... Tl r
Hon K T St L Co pc l
Katiiifcii Plant Co p C- . 1 ..,, lot
OfhuRStLCoopc ... iWI-i
OabuSucarco6pc .,,. ioj
Olaa Sugar Coo pc, . ' ... ol
PalallanlCo . 104ft
Pioottr Mill Co p c - ko
Walalua Apk Co p - ..,. 100
Mclirydt .... " I.... eg to.
Sales Session: 5 Olaa, (3; 60
Olaa, $3; BO Olaa, 3; 6 Olaa, 3,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.36 cents,
or $67.20 per ton.
. SUGAR, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3-4(1
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tries which are not allowed tariff con
samo unoven dates. The increase ol
stock Is 1,253,639 tons, agalnBt an In
. & ua 5S.ST "I'SSSr, o
There aro no Indications, yet, that , .E"roP"n. " ' "RrlL I'.aS:
L.ICllb tOUIVO Ul 0..,,J iiu.i, ...,-
bottom has been touched.
Visible 8upply, Total stock or BU
rono and America. 4.008.457 tons.
against 2.764.818 tons last year at tho
brug. January 26, 19U6: "No change
In tbo situation."
January 30. 1906: "No chango in
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Tonight the Knights of Pythias hold
a great celebration, It Is the occasion
of the 43rd annlvcrscury of the exist
enro of tho Tythlans.
There are now over C00.000 Pythlans
In tho United States, Canada and Ha
waii. Doth military and Insurauce
branchos or tho order aro represented
here. Oahu Uxlgo No. 1 Is ono of the
oldest lodges In existence.
The ritualistic work, of course, Ii
based on tho story of Damon and Py
thias. Of the 85 Initiates to.be, 55 aro
for McKlulcy Lodge, No. 8, 14 for
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CONTENDS NEW LAW.
(Continued from Page 1)
"In other words." says tho brief.
"Under this law tho osteopathia, little
more than a massage artist or train
ed nurso. Is free to practice the Im
portant art of surgery for which tha
highest skill, training aiui knowledge
are required, even which cannot bo
practiced without a broad foundation
In pure medlclno. In biology, ctiemls
try, and even mechanics and physics,
while tho ordinary physician muct
bavo all these qualifications." It Is
also shown that any person with such
a diploma, "may rldo full tilt Into the
broad field of turgor)- with license to
do anything, and use any method,
means or agent, tangiulo or Intangible,
except administer drugs or medicines.
The second point raised In the brlrf
Is that the amended law does not ap
ply to Dr. McDonald. It stales that
"no person shall practice medlclno or
ttlrgery without having Just obtained
a license, etc." This bad been com.
piled by the defendant, who had taken
out a license In 1900 and paid his fro
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concise and complst resume of all le-
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ments, building nermlta and real ea-
Itate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75V Pc month. Wsekly Bulletin,
31 Pr yr.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
Lutted's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co. and C. J. Day A Co.
Harmony Lodgb, No. 3, I. O. 0. F,
meets tonight at 7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall.
Plymouth eees for setting, adver
tised In this Issue at (2 per setting.
nalnh A. Kearns. a Drltlsh subject,
was this morning naturalized by Judgu
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, S1.60 and 12 per week. 1219
Manuel Correa, was fined $3 In tho
police court today for leaving a horso
untied on tho street.
If you llko nice Island chickens and
"Kahlklnul beef call up Tel. 464. Ray
mond Ranch Market. "
About a dozen automobiles made tbo
trip to Wahlawa yesterday, visiting
tho colony and tho dam.
Electric lights are to he instauea iu
Mild lane, much to tho delight of the
long suffering residents there.
Alter thp meeting of i.eani Chapter
at tho Masonic Temple this evening
thote present will enjoy a progressive
An autotnouue may do proviacu mr
tho press during tho Floral Parade
on Thursday. Marston Campbell has
tho matter In charge.
Arabic" keepa Iron roots free from
rust and purflfles rain water. Qlve It
a trial and be convinced. California
Feed Co., agents.
Eight Chinamen who were found to
'jo present at a paikau garao wcro fined
t3 each and costs of court today by
Police. Judge Whitney.
U. S. Judgo Dolo this morning sen
tenced David Walhlno to ono month's
Imprisonment for stealing cartridges
from the rlflo range.
The steamer Nocau brought from
Hawaii as follows: 2958 bags of II. S.
Co. sugar, 1280 bags of P. 8. M. sugar.
:9 head of cattlo and 6 calves.
Henry Martin and Manuel Gomes
were arrested this morning for as
saulting n man named Sylvester. They
will probably be tried tomorrow.
Annual meeting of tho stockholders
of Honokaa Sugar Co. and tho Pacific
Sugar Mill will bo held at tho oftlco
of F. A. Behaofor & Co. on February
28, 1906, at 10 a. m. nd 2 p. m.
The ship Edward Scwall was mov
ed to the RailroadMock this morning
to receive her cargo of sugar for the
Atlantic coast She will go directly
from Honolulu to Delwaro Breakwater
when loaded. I I'lUlfUlll
F. 1), McStockcr is quotod as say.
ing that parks should bo established
In places where they can bo conveni
ently reached by walking. Ho sug
gests tho slopes of Punchbowl and the
Hats by Kakaako.
Mrs. Antone Frcltas, who attempted
suicide by poison two weeks ago, died
yesterday morning at the queen's
hospital. Sho was divorced on account
of another man who had apparently
made himself scarce.
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
Is as follows: k. a. M. 4000. v. k.
1600. Diamond W. 1000. M. A. K. 12948,
0. & R. 1450, K. P. 6600, U P. 5135.
II. M. 202, M. 8. Co. 13,000, K. S. Co.
7500. At Eleelo there aro 14,840 bugs
of sagar awaiting shipment
Olds were opened at noon today in
tahe office of tho County Clerk for the
construction of a concreto bridge on
the Nuuanu Pall road, Koolau side.
L. M. Whltchouse bid lowest. The bids
wero as follows: L. M. Whlthouie,
(6,549; Durrell Construction Co., 6.
650; Concreto Construction Co., $6,707;
I. A. Wilson, 30.985; John Walker,
A committee has been selected to
meet Park Export Robinson when ho
arrives In tho China from tho main
land. It consists of A. F. Griffiths, J.
Lucas, R. S. Hosmcr, and F. S. Dodge.
Tho expert's work of viewing the city
will bo done In an automobile, J. P.
Cooke's machine. Hnrry A. Wilder
will bo chauffeur during Mr. Robin'
son's stay, having volunteered to act
as such. A room has been reserved
for Mr, Robinson In tho oinco or Tcr
rltorlal Surveyor Waltt A. scml-pub
lie reception will be given Mr. Robin
son during his stay.
F. J. Testa was in Judgo Lindsay's
court this morning to move for recon
tldsratlon of his recent motion to re
instate on the calendar his cat?
Bgntnst Knhahawal, et nl a case tome
lx or seven years .old andhavlng to
do with a bill for printing. Judgo
Lindsay granted Testa's motion. It
now remains to argue on the motion
tor reinstatement on the calendar.
Testa asked that Attorney Achi be per
mitted to handle the argument. This
was granted. It will be remembered
Hint Testa on the previous occasion
tppenred ag his own counsel.
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Owing to a change In th price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices In
future will b as follows: No. 1, $1.85
per cu. yd.; "No. 2, 81.80 per cu. yd.:
No. 3, 2X3 per cu. yd.; No. 4, t1.S
psr cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has been reductd t
practically the price of whIU sane
making It available for all kinds of eoi
crete work, for which It Is far tuptrlor
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser
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tho news of tho day. For 81 yar,
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ander Yoang Hotel. Telephone CaUfc:
Mnkos PJooh and atronsth lor BloH an
Noroouo women, topawoaknotolnaithow:
oi by making otrons:, rlon rod blood,
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, roolttlt. Soldb DruBaWo.TSotoabOB,
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Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd. has filed n libel agalntt tha
schooner Ka Mol for a claim of 14250
for saving that vessel from destruc
tion. In libel shows that on Jan. 30,
the Ka Mol was lying off the Paaullo
landing on the Hamakua coast with
u cargo of 1140 bags of sugar on board,
with her stern within ten feet of the
It Is shown that while the schoon
er's crew was engaged In loading her,
a storm camp up with such violence
that there was no ttino to move the
schooner. Sho lost an anchor, had
her boat smashed and tho sea threat
ened to demolish the helpless vessel
against the rocks. At 10:15 a. ra., tbo
I, I, S, N. Co.'s steamer Kauai left
Honokaa for Hllo to seek safety. On
the way she saw the Ka Mol at Paau
llo plying signal of distress. Tbe
steamer, at the request of tbe Ka Mol, 1
towed her to a position of safety after
great trouble and risk.
It Is shown that the Ka Mol was
worth $4000, her sugar cargo of 1140
bags 81275 and her freight many there
on 1193.70; and that the plaintiff Is
entitled to salvage In the sum of 14250.
The Ka Mol was attached by Marshal
Hendry this forenoon.
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