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RVEN1N0' BULLBTIN.-n0N0Iit)Lr-TrH:7 WEDNESDAY. SEPT'S. 1908.
A dressy affair (or any occasion. Very much out of the
ordinary and Justly popular for Its fine fitting qualities, a
satisfactory accompaniment for a party gown, or equally ac
ceptable for less formal occasions.
H Mclnerny Shoe Store 3
g FORT STREET rj
?JUiUUU..U.U.U.. iii UiiUUiiUUiUlUiR
HEAT NO HEAT NOft ODOR TO THE
COOL EVENINGS ARE COOL WHEN YOU HAVE IT.
; -: - Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 300.
more good things from the Hobron
itock and more clerk to serve patrons J
after the two days' rest, 3
H The Hobron store Is open, and the 8
tale will continue until all of tlfe l
S - poods are dlopoted of. Better bar- j
fj Cains for you a larger assortment B
( and low prices.
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Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd,,
JJ G. 8.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO..
Hotel Street Store
f . ' s
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jsjSw 1 MfMMft
.,.:stelAi.fa,A&iJ- JA-Liii. b'aJiL, :;,.-v faayi)ifcaatoa4JB,
Wo are alwaya In the lead for Pure
Soda Water of the Best Quality.
New management! latest methods.
Prompt attention to order and quick
delivery, everything manufactured
under practical supervision.
Water Works Co
OUR FUNERAL RATES for the poor
and middle classes are as follows;
S8.S0, 12.50, $13.00, $18.00; Middle
Class, $25.00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ward to suit
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our olfles and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
JAVA SUGARS ARE FlilDIMl
MARKET MEARER HOME
CZARNIKOW MACDOUOALL & CO.
REVICW OF RECENT CONDI.
TIONS IN RAW 3UQAR
Cznrnlkow, Macdongall &. Co. rcpurl
ji3 followH on lh hiw Biigiir miirkot,
under recent dates:
New York, Friday, Aug. 10
Our last rcjiorl wns dateit ird Aug
uit. Shoitly ntliT our last Ishiic h.iIcd o(
Ciilum were inailo nt S'Ac e. I., b.ml
Vi, nn aihaiu'0 of 1-lGc. ocr I.isL prlt'n
(laid, nn il tlio f)()t mnrket iulniuir
lie. In a?ac. Consltlcralilc liiinlnois
ha been done at tlieao prlcra for hub'
urn tint of More nntl for shipment fiuoi
I Lima nntl rorto lllco.
The nlioxe purchases have exhaust
ed nearly nil the available high grade
i-.inc sugar, and while there are sum
small Iota offered at a further ndvaiua,
at 2vSie, c. f., n for Ciihas, ami le tor
1 1'orto Ulcoa, we do not hear jf any
uuiiKaciions nunin me last lew tia)t
While Koine rcllneis ucro Iniylns
here, others vere operating In Huropc,
nntl the result Ik that beets xiiddenl)
mUanicd from i. aJtl. at the cIimii
to 'Js, 1','jd., at whlili they opened atttir
lllf fjlllftftll lllltliltiv (nm.fillit fid !. ,1
cn the Sill, nntl closing llrm at 'Js. jj(.U
0111VU invu tin- uvtri mantel nus iiccouip
qiijet, with ii decline, especially In new
rrop, Jnnuary-Marcli, which wns qnul
od nt Os. l'jd. on tlio 0th. The tnnrhrt
clobes steady at the following tiitiltt
llonn: AtlgUKt, 9s, W.4.; Seplcinht r,
Ss., ll'itl.! hew crop, Oclolicr-Dcicm-bcr,
S. U')id.; Jamiary-.March, 8s. ID1)
d. The decline of 3d. In January. Mnrcli
during tlio last few days must be dun
to more favorable weather.
The totnl shipments to nil points
from Java this jenr to HIsLJuly weio
l'JO.OOO tons, against .131,122 ttniR lu
1005 and 2"0.r,IO tons In 10I. I'loui
the nboo figures It Is seen that the
total shipments this year are Hl.ul
tons less than during tlio previous
year, which would Indicate that larger
quantities arc retained lu the Island
ugalnst curly tales to the East.
Actual figures prove that Jnvas are
In gi eater demand from tlio Far East,
either hecnuso of the Incrcaned con
sumption In those countries, tlio lessor
production of Migar in India, or that
the foreign article meets with better
demand than the domextic sugar
Whatever the cause, events show lliat
Saw"w--y ?alu H
the Java planters haut bought new
outlets for their protiirt In anticipa
tion of the future, when linri.Ticil sup
plier) fion Ciil'i and other pilvlleueil
(Otiulilc may crowd nul uou-prlvil-rged
biig.irs in Inis ii..iinrl. It by ku
iIoIiib they have developed a awcul
tooth In tho Far Fast, no one can tell
what llgure.1 such a consumption will
lend, owing to the enormous population
The innrkct Is temporarily Inactive,
buyers and sellers being IndHTcienl,
probably duo lu the fact that buycis'
laving provided for their wants urc
not engcr to force prices up on them
Helves, us even by so doing they would
not secnrn itrv lnrcn nnanllltes. Ilu
tlio other hand, thcio Is very little'
uugar under olfer, and tcllcrsMre hope-
ilul that the heavy demand for rellned,
by icason of gootl fruit crops nnd ex
hausted Invlbiblos, will cvciitunll
bring tho market to tho desired flgurii,
namely, le fur 96 centrifugals, or e:iv
Uc. over tho present quotations ot
llTkC for centrllugals, 3-ac. for S'J Mut.
covailos anil '.i'M. for S9 molasi.es sug
ars. Thcio Is very little demand for
the latter, ami the qiiotatolns for Mini
lovudos can bo (ousldeictl a a mciPly
nominal, very lllllo business belli,;
itono In that grade,
Tlin r-l,li.n tlnpku nrn nno. rn.lm.n.l
10 llfi.OOO toiu against 261,000 tons Inst
The Cuban planter has not partic
ipated in the ret en t advnnro to any ex
tent, for during tlio first six or seveu
months ho lisporcd of nearly 80 per
cent of hlu rrop. Ills dcslro to press
1,200,000 tons upon tho market during
mo nrsi seven mourns ni mo ycur
leaves him w.ll.ous sugars at the end
of the season nnd robs him of the a.l-
,.,,,. ,.i,i,i, ,,v,,uiu. n-nin iiion n!u,
vance vvhlih usually occurs then. Now
that the Cubans havo nn sugars left
. uiiim i. MiBurs.c h,
bo well for them to consider
;t mean, of disposing o heir
sugars, spri-uui ig mem over ut nasi
ten milium ni iib,i, '"
n hi'f ri -hum nf tlio Imnpfitft f i nm ii-t.
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Ipiodty. Tho first step to that end
un Improvement In the quality of their
Itcflned. In the afternoon of 3d Inst.
Messrs. II, II. Howell, Son & Co, nnil
Tho Federal Sugar Refining Company
advanced list prices 10 points, but this
action was not followed by The Amer-
Iran Sugar Hollaing Company and Ar-
buckle llros. until Monday, tho (ith
Inst. -As usual, alter an advance, u
HONOLULU STOCK EXIHAN61!
HONOLULU, Sept. 6, 1906
NAME OF STOCt
C Br.wr ft Co .
Fm PlanlallMI LA i
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Hawaiian Aftlcullul I Co
law cnai a Mlt-ar 1.0.
Hawaiian Sntar Co -Monnniu
Sucar C ,
Honnlraa Sucaf Co -
Katuku Plantation Co
SCiimI Plantallon Co Lid
,') ." a
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Klpatiulu Suear Co
Vo a Sutar U.m
McRrjrd Snar Co t-
Calm !ut;ar Co .MMH.
Onnirtta Surar Co.. jl.
Ookala ,far Plant v..
8laa Sural Co LU .
lowalu Co ... .
Ji I '
Paautiau Suf ar PiantCci
Faeinc tinar mil i.
Paia Plantation','. ....
PfMko Sutar Co .....
Plnn.f Mill to .
Walalua Acricultwtl Co
WalievuSujar Co' ....
Walluku Sujaf Co Sr
waimanaio sugar ufl
Walana. Mill Go .....
Atar-lllanJ Staam N Co
Hawaiian Electric Co -HwiR
Hon H T ft L Co Con .
Mi-tua! Tf Ifpnono Co .
Oahu M A, L Ch..
miff Kanrnaa ,n ...,.
Hon. II, rt M. I.o...;.
Haw Tar a pc -
Haw Tcrr'l a lip, c...
Haw f .v t p r. .
naiati aurar 1.0 o rcv
Haw Com ft Sue Co 5 PH
naw zurar 1.0 o p c ....
Hon R T a L to p C.
I oJW LCo p c'
Oahu Sugar CoSpc
Olaa Sugar Co n p d
Ptonear Mill Co A B e
Sales llctiucn. Hoard.
9.r,i); 20 Pioneer. 1112.50;
tin: to I'Ioukx. $ii3.r,u; ir, naim sug.
Co.. $120; 10 Oahu Sug. Cn, $120; 85
Mellryde, 3.S7'4. Session, 10 Klkcl,
Latest sugar quotation, 4 cents, or
$80. per ton. ,,
LONDON BEETS, 9s. 6
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8.
Members Hon. Stoe and Bond En-
912 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
"J"""" PTTm' --"-""SS
Will build yofi ;up
when you're feel
ing run down. Its
MANY DIFFERENT KINDS.
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Cloth
Floor, Hat, Window, Bottle,
Sanitary, ' IBath, ' Radiator,
Tumbler, Furniture, Crumb,
Brie-a Brae, Dust, Feather,
Hoof, Mane' and Tall,- Scrub,
Shoe, Stove, Polishing, Sliver.
Also Spider Brushes for
8EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Lewis & Company,
163 KING STREET.
coriBl.lor.-il.lo amount of new hiislness
,wnii taken at the old prices, but at tho
'close all our retlners nro Ann at Ihe
new- basis of t.SOc.. less 1 per tent for
granulated. Withdrawals during the
week have continued uctivo.
Friday. August 17, 19uC.
Hnr-ii i Yii iri-r-.fi in- Wt rmwiri
' J" JJ 'S"" la8t rL""rt
"" 1'110' J ""'J "f " . . ,
.Aiicr mo iarf,o iiiihiniss nono jasi
week, our market becamo quieter, re-
u Bhowlng no Inclination lo pay
(ho ,tll,,er ndvance deman-red by sell
,, B,., , M ,,,
D5 rtpBreC8i for Cllbas for pronipt shp
meift. ami le., basis 9 degrees, for,
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h.mM ,)p mo',., these nrlces. sclleis
i'nri(i icirna. Miinini? innt. nmiiint
endeavored to effect business at M6c.
less, but wlthotit success. Quotations,
thercfoio, remain unchanged nt 3 7-8e,
for 90 degree Centrifugals, 3 3 8c. for
xu degree Muscovados nnd 3 l-8e. for
89 degree Molusscsvsugars, and a small
amount of business ln'tlie first named
Tho Kuiuprnn Hect market showed
an easier tendency and prices of
I LOCAL AND IENERAL
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Scissors, naws. sharpened. Webb's. !
There will be no meeting of the
Hoard of llrnllb this alternoon.
A young man desires a situation a
clerk or collector. Address Z, tills ot-,
On September 1st, 190fi, Sir. 1.1 Kim
Yurn wlthdtew fltim Ihe firm of Hnig
We ft Company.
Notice has bren IHrtl In c for trial
the ejcrtmcnl cne of Jim Senrock vs.
.lu Kunig ct al,
I'lnlntln in the case of llnnallan
llardtvarc Co., Md , vs. W. II. Hongs
hns nletl notice of a motion In set Ins
case for trl.il.
A dante will be given bv Ihe Natlie
Sons and Daughters of the Uoldcn I
Wct nt the Young lintel on Monday
evening. September loth, to celebrate )
'n Admission Day
i J. M Dowsetl. trustee, has filed u
" bill to forecloso mortgage ngalnst
'M ' Abraham Fernandez, Minerva 1). Fci
1 nanilcr. and (tin K. 1-ntnli on n prom
Istory note for JCOOO. '
Judge Dt Holt has decreed Judg-'
ment for plaintiff for S22.'..33 In tho
. case of Ida E. Ijtnili vs. Julia Noar, j
. ntitl has nrdcretl the sale of tho molt
' caed premises on Fort street.
W. C. l'arkc has filed suit ngaliiKt '
J. W. Cnthcail on n Judgment fori
fT.SlMO. lit- cltej the Auilltnr nf the
Cniinly of n.-ihu ns gnrnlsbce, Cnlli-,
cart being Deputy County Attorney I
I'eler High has nletl notice of n me
chanic's and materialman's lieu tor j
US 1. 0.r, nn a duelling holier on lot 21 of '
Hit t'nptikca and I'.iumalu tract be-!
luiiglus to l.tmrle II. Ncvln nntl wile. I
Owing Id changes In local ncenn cur
rnl II,. IK.ph .1 Wnlklbl !,.. .hlflwl
,- - - - - -
nrstwnrd. As n result the very im
Milling In Honolulu Is to be found
nt Ihe Se.ishlo Hotel, directly In front
of tho bathing pavilion.
Tho steamer Mlkahala arriving this
morning from l:.lcclc ninl Makitucll, ,
brought the following cargo: I960 bags
A siiRiir, 103 bags laro, IH.cinply tanks, i
29 empty casks. 38 empty beer barrels,
19 rases frultls, B barrels pears.
Escheat proceedings will prnbnhly
' he Instituted by the Attorney (lener
ill's Department for the eslnte n I'n-
Iter Lewis, nn old Hllo waterfront:
I character, who died recently, Icnvlng I
no heirs. The cstnle Is valued nt $700.
. J. J. Dunne nntl K. A. Doullillt, at
lorneys lor pininun in me immaRo sun
of John K Ingham vs. Kapld Tninsll &
Ijintl Co, hao filed n nollco of n mo -
torneys for plaintiff In the dnmagn suit
Hon to place the case on the calendar,
from which It wns Inadvertently omit
ted. Nalwl Malelun has filed a libel for
tlhnrce against John K. Malelun. She
i shows Hint Ihcy were married nt Ewi-
ln 1892 nntl lliat the llbcleo deserted
l,pr n vritr lnlpt nnil hns sltiff- rnftlKCil
In supiiort her nntl their ll-ycor-oltl
i nu cube ot tno Territory vs. J. lor
Wnllach, who Is charged with prac.
Ilnlntr n.n.llolnA ttrlttt.nil hnvlni. lutnti
lout n license ns required by law, will
I come up this nlternoon In the l"ollc
Court before JiuIec Whitney, Thr
prosecution claims that It has n strong
..isc agulnst the Indian douor. ,
Supervisor II. T. Moore last night ,
li'HHirii in imp ihj-ihi iii niili:rvi,t
thnl a Idler had within a few hours
been received by the committee of
which he Is chairman, relative to the.
Investigation being made on charges
against Supervisor Archer by Plants-1
Hon Manager 1iw. The letter tlelsvul
tho report. Further time was granted.
It Is understood that the letter mem;
irfeis to u ro.it) technical!!)'
prompt were for Borne days 1 1-Sd.
uiitler those of last week, but tho mar
ket has regained Its firmness. Quota
tions arc: August, 9s. (13-td.; Sep
tember, ss. 11 lid. New crop Is frn
llonnlly lower, quotations being: Oc
tober December, Rh. Sit.; Jnnuarj-
March, 8s. 10 1-ltl.; uh agnlnsl 8s.
193 Itl. nnd 8a 10 3-ld., respeillvely, a
J No business ban been done in Javaa
this week, ami 'there nro no largo of
I lerlugs from that quarter. Tho prices
i asked for Scptcmher-Octohcr shipment
(November-December arrival) arc
equivalent In nhout le., basis 96 tic-
grees, landed, and nrc nearly 3-lGc.
'abnvo the narllv of todav's uuolatlon
I for new crop Heels. At, such n prcm -
' hum ills. uviiin .in nniuu iiv - , ivi'
I lember-Ocloher Jnvas nro not, for tho
. present nt least, attractive lo our buy
lets, who, so Inr, havo shown nn Inter
est In enno sugars for later delivery
than Octnber-1lii November.
The iccclpts this week at tho Allan
tie pmta were 5.oi(i tons less than Ilia
meltings. The total slocks arc 300,000
Ions, or nearly 90,000 ttmn more than
the same time Inst year, hut against
his, there nrc 137,000 Inns less In
Tho Cuban market has been very j
strong, with sellers asking prices very
much shove our parity. There Is little j
sugar now left In llrst hands. Some .
sugars nf new crop for December-January
shipment havo been offered at
Ihu prices now- ruling hero for old i
crop, but such offers are not yet nl-'
irnctlvti to our miners, if me weatu-1
cr Invnrs them, Cuban planters nro '
likely In Mart earlier than usual, nnd I
nulng lo tho present comparative
scarcity of cane sugars, tho chances
r.re Hint n very largo business will
be dtiiio In Culms during October-November
for shipment December-January.
Willi Cuba sugars offering, and
the domestic beet and cane crops com
lug on the market In October-Novem
ber, It seems prohablo that tho highest '
prlctB for tho year will bo reached be
tween now nnd early In November, nf
ter which prlceB will bn regulated by
weather conditions In Culm.
The market closes Btrong at nur quo.
Intlons, with ihe tendency, fsjr the near
months, of nn advance, me supply of
'sugars being small ns compared with
current and prospective requirements
previous to tho advent of the now
KKFINKD Tho refined sugnr mar
ket has been Arm throughout tho week
I with prices on Ibu basis of 4.80c. less
1 per cent, lor Granulated. There has
been a steady movement In the way
of withdrawals under outstanding con
tiacts, but new busluesu has been of
frrf- rrtttW' fr, ,t?''uj t4a2y,ir5',..Afe
Have you ever heard of any othei
results from the use of a gas stove In
Honolulu? We do not get any com
plaints, and when people have a kick
II Is against a source of expense,
Down here It Is the Ice man, never
the gAs company, because the gas
stove In the kitchen Is a money-earner;
every dollar saved Is one earned.
You might as well begin now.
. Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
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NEW ASSORTMENT OF ;
Ladies' Gold Watches and Bracelets
NOW IN STOCK t
I r"Y" ""'' " " "" is-is.r.!
nMll UouKaMBHl ..! Ballj 4 4 IS A A
1 oona uoia uraceiets
tt.n. nu b9..i..
1 8olld 0old BanDU
Also Large Assortment of BACK
FINE WATCH REPAIRING and ENORAVINO A SPECIALTY.
M. R. COUNTER,
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
Y. SUG A SHOTEN,
'hol.ital9 imd Rutull Liquor Dsjnler, '
Big Stock of Japanese and American Llouors. Bam.l R.lonn in rnnn.,i..'
pqstqffICE BOX 80.
WILL TELL YOU
If you ask him which
flour ho prefers, that
produces the best, results.
It Is uniform In quality,
t absolutely pur and makes
bread which It Is a prlv
lege to eat.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
. 0ENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla 8ts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under,
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
Ladies' White SilK
In J 6, 20 and 24 Button Lengths.
Direct from the Manufacturers
E. W. Jordan
uuia u.sr, irom
I .4 4 m
KING strpbtb -
K'N "J!kpHONE MAIM si-
Pure Prepared Paint Is ready for lm:
mediate use. Scientifically mixed St
and ground by modern ma- V
chlnery. Sold by
.LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd
177 8. KING ST.
DURABLE AND ATTRACTIVE. J
For 8ale Made In Mission Slylaaf
To Order. '
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU ST. P. O. BOX HtV
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MV
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans ana) rW
Office: Mclntyre Bldg.. Honolulu. T.H.
P. O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN Ml'.
& Co., Ltd.
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