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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. FRIDAY, tJARCH 2. lib7
urn ii pies in nhe m
In Spring and Summer .
NOW ON SALE
CREAM MULL SUITS
Embroidery and Lace Trimmed.
Handsome White Silk Suits
elaborately trimmed, very ttyllth ar.d Inexpensive.
The New Pony Suits
Very latest, In linen and mereerlied poplin. Very suitable
for this climate.
In sets. Allover, edging and Insertion to match.
New All Over Laces
with edgings and Insertions to match. ,
DOUBLE THREAD VALENCIENNE8 LACES. -
New patterns, with edgings and Insertions to match.
Dainty Wash Fabrics
New materials, new designs. A wealth of pretty goods for
SATIN STRIPED PRINTED TISSUES
lacy effects, all new patterns and elegant colorings, at 25d !"
Very sheer, elegant designs and colorings, extra fine quality,
from ttOd a yd. upwards.
for afternoon and evening wear, exquisite designs and colors,
Printed Silk Organdies
for afternoon and evening wear, exquli
New patterns and dainty colcrlngs at 20J yd.
Ladies Swiss Vests
for tow neck dresses; no shoulder straps, 25d.
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A Martin
v $J S4
J3AFEA SEER MTTff IwJig I
I YOUR JISCICET WjS I
SAKE A RACKET IF HI I
YOU DOHT GET "-"l I
J llPJv) RAINIER BOTTLINQ I
tcMM'Z Honolulu. I
iJl'jJ0r Q Pn0t8 White 1331 I
SUGAR BED ROCK WAS
REACHED IN FEBRUARY
REDUCTION OF EUROPEAN SOW
INGS ONLY ABOUT EIGHT PER
CENT. WEST INDIES SU
OAR TO 8TATE8.
BUT FEW TOURISTS COME
ON ALAMEDA THIS MORNING
ONE PASSENGER SAID TO BE THE
AGENT FOR NEW STEAMSHIP
LINE FROM CALIFORNIA
Wlllett & Gray's Sugar Journal for. on her usual time, the Alameda ar
February 8 says of the raw sugar mar- rived this morning from Ban Francis-
Haws. There has been a very con
sldcrable business done during the
wcclf under review, but nt price In
favor of buyers, resulting nt the close
la a decline of .14c per pound, the clos
ing quotations for 96 test ccntrlfugnls
being 2c. per pound c. and f. for Cub
an sucars. and 3.36c. per pound duty
-.LI nAnt.lfunnld tm Hnn.ti.lillflniwl V&nJ
K.rK'.hTA"; ' aa'inl mv . !.. to establish passongc.
are valued at l.G6c. per pounds c. and f
co, after an excellent voyage. She
brought but few tourists, but several
people of local Interest returned to Ho
nolulu on her. Sho waa out flvo days
and eighteen hours from Ban Fran
cisco. There waa a rumor on board the ves
eel that Dnlght Whiting, who. In com
pany with his wife, came on the Ala
Tim Cuba crop Is now nt the height
of tha grinding scneon, 171 centrals
nnw working against 147 last week and
173 last year. Some centrals which
did not contract ahead for shipments
of tholr sugar entered the market free
ly for disposal of their early product
at a time when buyers were filling,
thus causing the dccllno noted. Also a
desire of full duty-paying countries to
market sugars hac caused competi
tion with the Cuban sugars. Such
competition Is likely to Increase rather
than diminish, as the amount of full
duty-paying sugar required for our
consumption steadily diminishes.
Kurooaan markets are at a new low
level of 7s, UUd. to s. for prompt 8i
beet Hnd 8s. 3d. for August delivery,
which would seem to bo close to the
and freight offlcrs for the new steam
ship line) to operate from Ban Pedro to
this place, but Mr. Whiting denies thai
ho Is connected with the now company.
Ho Is from Las Angeles, however, and
told people on board the vessel thai
tha company Is going to put In an ox
rcllent service to Southern California
The new vessel, the Olympla, Is ex
pveted to be here soon, and he declarer
that she Is an excellent boat, carrying
4,000 tons- and having a sped of II
W. 13. Hodges, purchasing agent foi
the Santa Fc Itallroad Company, says
he Is here simply on a pleasuro trip,
although some are Inclined to bellcvt
that business of Importance Is rcspoo
slble for his coming here.
Lieut. J. F. Carter, U, S. Navy, ar
rived to relieve Captain Nlblack, who
tinttnm nrlren. Thpft nrlres nre favor- t...,n ... ., .. .M ...i- -.... ..
... , . , - twill uw uuunil'livu liuui .mo yui i it
able to decreased sowings for tho nextthc Chicago In about a month. Lieut
beet crop of Kurope, although tho m- carter has been In Honolulu beforn on
ccs from Europe, to date, do not In-,,, u, nm, rcmalne(i hero for six
Ucate more than an average of 8 pori J,hl one occnllon. Hc comc
M-nt. reduction of acreage which Is f ,h batc,hlp Mnlne. 0 ,,,
ports are awaited with Interest. Mr, ... . . .
F. O. Ucht cables us that tho European ab'a ,0 '' n" "f ' .. nf .,
slowly In tho Senate commltteo and U States, where he has been to sell bondi
not llktfly to reach dcflnlto action by,0'"10 T"rl,or', .,,,, ,
tho Senate for some time. J J- " of the dredging firm of
Our cable nchlccs from Cuba glvo Lord & Ilelser returned from n trip tc
total receipts of tho new crop at nit tho Coast. He Is accompanied by J. 11
ports to the end of January 122,050 Agasslz.
tons, agalns 202,720 tons for samel O. I). Orclg and W. II. C. Orolg, own
ilmn Inn pnr. mid stock. Fchrunrv 1st. era of the Fanning Islands, are on theli
C9.U8 tons ngalnst 149.SS8 tons n yeariwa) Horn the States to tholr property,
nxo. It Is expected that, hereafter, tho j A. M Momtt, passenger agent of thci
weekly receipts In Cuba will be larger, Oceanic Steamship Co.. arrhed also. It
than those of last year. is not Known what brought him down
Tho receipts nt tho V. S. Four Torts here at this time.
this week were 20.711 tons against) Jos. L. Thompson and his son, J. M
meltings of 30.000, thus reducing stocks Thompson, ship-owners from Southern
nearly 10,000 tons. One of tho large California, also camo In on tho Ala
refiner! has Just shut down In con. tarda.
sequence of nn accumulation of tho re-j Among the tourists nro Mr and Mrs.
lined product, thus requirements for j0hu T. Ovcrbury, Mr. Oterburyls n
meltings will bo smaller until the dc-.minnB man from Goldflold.
mand for refined Increases. Mrgi (l gaiter arrived here to visit
Prices have now nearly touched the (ll hcr uin ,gtcrf w s wf q
lowest price on record, for 90 test cen- Wn,,n-or jteWB 0f tho Hawaiian Hotel,
trlfugals. which was 3.31 In January. ,,.,, Wlnston. nn author of
190 . and they arc now .sue. uciow mo , , , pacngcr on ,,.
parity of quotations for European beet A."-,,-
Mtgar. In case there Is much furthar "'"""'
lespondlng decline In Europe, the West SCHOOL RESPONSIBILITIES
India sugars will doubtless seek n mar
ket In England.
Visible Supply Total stock of Eu
rope and America. 3.97IUCS tuns,
against 2.782,340 tons last ear nt the
i.i in c uneven dates,
I Will he Dlteutied In Communlca
tlons to the
It Is true that CO per cent, of tho
The inrrense of deaths among tho 8loux nnd Yankton
stock Is 1.19o-28 tons, against nn In- Indians now aro from tuberculosis hut
crease of 1.263.033 tons last week. Total It Is also true that fifty years ugo til-
ctocks and ullonts together, show n Ms- bcrculosis was unknown among thu
ible supply of 4.0C9.1CS tons, against Indians, and has fastened upon them
S.SS2.3I0 tons lost year, or an Increase only since the coming of the whltu
of 1.180.828 tons. map to Dakota
KOREA HAS PASSENGERS OF
NOTE ON WAY TO COAST
OFFICIALS FROM WASHINGTON
RETURNING AFTER MAKING A
TOUR OF PHILIPPINES
In addition to Malor-Oeneral Henry
C. CJorbln and his staff, the Korea
brought a number of passengers from
the Orient of more than ordinary in
terest. Among theso are II. K. llur
rlll and It. F. Crist, both of tho De
partment of Commerce and labor at
Washington They nave ueen on a
tour of the Philippines and other places
In the Orient, nnd are now returning
to their official duties in Washington
Emlcl Flale. the manager of the Im-
portal Hotel In Toklo, is going to the
States on the Korea for a lslt, mil
after he has spent some time there ho
will go to Europe. I,. It. Tuttle Is a
prominent merchant of Shangnai, ami
Is on his way to San Francisco. Hc 13
accompanied by his wife.
Herbert u. Edwards and his wire nre
going to the Stntcs, and will go from
there to their home In London. They
have been touring the Orient.
Thomas Hughes, of Sydney, Is one
of the passengers who Is well known
In California. Ho Is a prominent sugar
manufacturer of Australia,
Upturning to their homo In St. LouK
while going around tho world, aro Mr.
and Mrs Edward It. Hoyt and their
11. K, Tetsuka Is returning to his
New York home, nftcr vlsltlnc Toklo
for some time. He Is a merchant of
tho American metropolis.
K. Otchlat Is the secrejary of tho
Japanese legntlon at St. Petersburg.
Ha is on his nay now to assume the
duties of that post.
Hobert W. Southern, of Manchester,
England, Is on his nay to visit tho
United States, Hc Is accompanied by
Mlss Southern and Miss Taylor of Lon
don. O. Erich, Hans (lumprecht. l'etcr
Hlldelirand and Hubert Koops nre In
terested In business In Japan and arc
now on their way to Europe.
Captain M. Scdllnsky, Lieutenant
I.llaton, Lieutenant J. Tomakoff and
Captain Alex Zwlllnoff aro members
of thu Imperial Russian Army, and nic
nn their way to St. Petersburg.
H. J. Solomon nnd his wife and
daughter have been making q tour of
the Orient and nro now returning to
Ihclr home In San Francisco.
Itcv Thomas J. Arnold and Itcv.
M C. Mackenzie have been mission
aries for many years In China Itcv.
Arnold nnd his family are going for
a uslt to tho States, while Itcv. Mac
kenzie nnd his family nre bound for
The pasucngcrs of the Korea feci
that tliey were fortunate In being on
n essel linln;t good oiricers. W A
Allen, the gcnl.il purser, waa especially
popular with them
CHICAGO MURDER RECORD.
Chicago. Feb. 18. "Murderers have
claimed 79 lctlms in Chhngo In six
jc.ire. Since 1901 the nniiuul number
has doubled To pay for these crimes
there I. no been eight legul executions
Tho murder rule In Chicago Is eight
times that of Uihclon, which Is three
times greater In population."
ThcsK nnd other assertions concern
ing criminal conditions were made In
n locturo before the Chicago Medical
Society last night by I)r Ihomns tlront
Allen, who spoke on "Violent l)eaths In
I hlcncn "'
A Optimistic Light
Let your light so shine that It leaves you free to be as cheerful
as you desire. "m
Have electric Hants in every room. In tho kitchen and In the 'M
i hall-way. W
V Va.i .JHt. L.,,. .A 1...VH all Ua II-... .If .1.. .! ..... MA At. W
4K trie lights are Installed you can have all you want, any minute, just M
wnere you want.
t Wo would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at M
the lowness or the cost. We shall ba happy to supply you with full W
information on the subject.
t Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. I
Office, King 3L, near Alakea.
'Phone, Main 390.
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gnnnntrnwrnn mm mm mrnmrng
& To Our Patrons 3
We are now located In the new brick building on King 33
S street, between Maunakea and Kekaullko streets, where we will ""
be pteasedVo serve you with first-class goods In the meat line. -
Our prlees will always be fair.
6 We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Greenwell" JJ
Z Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and tho
f killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house ---
at Kalthl la done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
sw the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of 3
: Health. J
Soliciting your patronage, we are,
a w mw
Very respectfully yours,
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO. 1
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
mimmi imwMM mi mmx
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FOhT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
tight and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms aro a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor Ire now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLAND8 WILL FIND THE
AUJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
GREW THIS HAIR
AND WE CAN
RnulU from iti use arc QUICK snd PEKMANrNT.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J, F, COLBURN III, Manag -. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Have nil Other Plavors AIho
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
MISS DOKOTUV CLA11K,
3130 Oren.liow bt.,
rnANcits MAiiii: kmiwltok,
080 durlliil.l lluulotunl, t'lllcacn,
NOW WE'RE OFF ? T
We aro prepared to supply the People 'of Honolulu with Freshest of
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ins, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everythln" FIRST.
CLA83 MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manaeer.
fFLEPHONE MAIN 78. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE ILDC
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, J 26 King St. Phone Main 54
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT X
It means much to you. Thj home you build expresses your per "
sonallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White 051
MISS I.tlCV MAY,
0030 1'urc.lTlll Art.,
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
WholcHdlo & Retail Liquor Dealer,
B g Stock of .lapanese and America Llquora. 'iniat 8lcrn In connection.
IWILEI AND KING ;TRt.r8.
'OftTOFFICE BOX 8M TELEP NE MAIN 82.
LITTLE FRANCES MARIE KNOWLTON
photograph appears herewith has a most beautlf ill hodil uf goldon imlr, thicker than tlio crown of glory of most
a women. Frances is only four ve.ira old. nnd her hair liuniM witlilii 12 Inches of tho door. Tim eitranriilnnrv imin
strengthening qualities of Oanclorlno has grown for thli little girl tho most admlralilu head of hair over nossossed by
a child of her ago In tho world. Tho other two laUiei whose photographs nre nhowu here are c-ertululy dcllRhtecl with tho!
results they are getting, Nultherof them having lialr that would rejeh to Ihelrwulatsbcforolicgiiiiiliig tho use of DtndtnW
. IT IS POSITIVE AND PERMANENT IN ITS RESULTS.
When npplled to the scalp on cither old or young, it makes the hair sprout ami grow thick, long and beautiful,- and there
Isno walling around for weeks and months to fen results, elthPtf Any Uruijglst will rcfmul tho price If t Joes not acji
cuuipuBU every rcsuiv wo ciuiui. nun ui au uhikk'm:. iu uiruu nura, .en ccuis, uu reins anil 91.UU per Dottle. I
71117k? T hnw ,I0W nulrltly Danderln acts iro will w-mt a lirt:o mnipla rm by rrturn mill to any onn whi inidi thl. adrertl9omeat to lbs
r llbk Unawltaa .Daudcrlno Co., Chlcui-u, Kith llielr luiueuuii oOJrcil nuil lOnuutu Hirer or itsmpt to pay IKj.lasu. I
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY IIOLUSIEfl DRUG COMPANY, SOLE AOENIS. ' I
A number of fine mlk' r; also
driving horses and chickens.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
W.W.Wright Co. 4
have opened a horse-shoeing
department tn connec
tion with their carriage,
shop, etc. Having eecur
. ed the services of a first
class she-- " are pre
pared to ao an work In
trusted to them In a first-