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BVENlrW BULLHT1M, HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY. SEPT. 21. 1908.
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The housewife wants the J flour
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That is '
ALL GROCERS AND
T HEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
A donn or mora brandt of butUr
have. been Introduead nor ln this
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
! mada from awaotar and richer
craam than any other. ';'
It haa the flavo of Pure Craam',
,wlth tha fragranca of fraah violate. ,
Thla flavor and fragranca aulta tha
' TRY IT TODAY.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Company.
TEL. MAIN 251.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 21, 1906
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Haw Com Ol Sua U I
Hawaiian Saaaf Co
Hoaoaa Saiar Co ....
Hoaokae Sure Co .
Haiku Suear Co....
ralwio Plantation. Co.
kllMI Plantation CO LU
Kipahulu Sua ar Co ...
Volaa Suoar Co
6aai Sot ar C
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Ookolo Sataf float Co
8lta s.ufat' 1
Paauhau Sugar PiaatCo
PacISc Sutar Mill
Pill Plantation Co ....
Paoookao Suaat Co ....
tHnM. Mill Tin
Walalua A(rKltuMl Co
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Wallirtni Susar Co Set
Walraanalo Sutar Uo
Walanao Mill Co .....
atOT-lalaaa SIMM N Co
H awanan Elocttlc Co -
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Matutl T.l.paooa Co -Ota
K ft L Co
Nllo RallfoaS Co
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Olaa Sugar Cu a a c.
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Cinarnlkow. MacdouKall & Co.'s su
gar circular for Aug. 31 says:
SUOAR MARKET. Our last report
was dated 24th August.
The raw sugar market has been dull
and uneventful throughout the week,
business In spot and nearby sugars
being restricted, owing to the small
Quantities offered, and to refiners
having fair supplies for their current
wants, it is probable that an advance
of MCc. would litlng out some larger
parcels Irom Cuba and from store,
but, at the most, and If holders be
came free sellers, the quantity thus
coming on the market for prompt
shipment or Immediate spot delivery
could hardly exceed a week's melt
ings. At the same time, refiners Rhow no
fear of experiencing difficulty In re
plenishing their stocks once the pe
riod arrives when they shall require
to do so, and they prefer to wait and
pay whatever price may then be rul
ing, rather than advance the market
now In anticipation of later wants, the
extent of which will be dependent on
the demand they meet with for their
teflned product. There Is every pros
pect that this demand will be large
enough to call for meltings reaching
from 400.000 to '4S0.000 tons In Sep
tember and October. '
A factor of much Importance In de
termining the future of the market
will be the duration of the revolt In
Cuba. Should It not be repressed be
fore October, the crop prospects will
be less favorable, as labor will be dis
organized In the disturbed districts
and the supply for later harvesting
requirements will be diminished. Up
to the present time It cannot be said
that tho coming crop has been affect
ed by tho disturbances but the longer I Sales Iletween Boards: 20 llono-
restoration or order is ueiayed. tnekaa, $14; 25 Klhel. $9.50: 40 Klhcl.
preater will be the risk of loss to the .to r.n- -r. n.hn ru. ro tnq- ir, rinhu
planters. Sug Co o119. 20 Kinf S-50. g0 K1.
The huropcan beet markets showed Iie, $9.50; 39 Walluku Scrip. $150; 20
a gain at tho beginning of tho week, I ninn. 2 r.n- 20 Mcllrvde. if. .25: 7ti
on further purchases for American oahu Sugar Co.. 119; 14 O. 11. ft I..
hccuuiii, ami mm nwn iieen luiiy Co.. 190! 100 rinonien. Ill) 25: 100 Olio-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
On any reasonable quest at any
reasonable task a Bulletin want. ad.
will uiually make good.
Scissors, sawa. sharpened. Webb's.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
Mr. Mllveiton goes to Hllo this af
ternoon Bf-st cup of coffeo'ln the city. New
Antone de Kamos was committed to
tin- Insane asylum Thursday.
Mils D. Ulggard will be a passenger
on the Claudlne this afternoon for Ka
mi j iiaiMUlli.
a ... ' L1 Ittmember that the
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maintained. The American purchases
are understood to have been limited
to about 10,000 tons present crop, for
September Rhlpment, at a price on
the parity of 4c. for DC-degree Cen
trifugals. Now rrop, October ship
ment, has .been i offered at (be equiva
lent of 3.9Cc. for Centrifugals. The
weather Is favorable lor the ripening
of the roots. Today's f. o. b. quota
tion)) are: August, 9s. S l-4d.; Sep
tember, 9s.- 5 1-4(1.: New Crop, October-December,
9s. 1 3-4(1.; January
March, 9s. 2 1-2(1.
There are no Javas pressing on the
market. One unsold steamer cargo
afloat, and another for September
shipment, are held for a price about
1-1 Cc. above our present spot market.
The first Java cargo of the new crop
mea, til: 150 Olaa. 12.50; 100 Klhel
$9.50; 104 Onomea, 141.50. Session:
10 Oahu Sug. Co.. 1118.50; 10 Onhu
Hug. Co., $118.50.
Latest sugar quotation, 4.125 centa,
or $82.50 per ton.
SUGAR, 4.I25 cents
LONDON BEETS, 9s, II 141
Tiilelin & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Membara Hon. Stock' and Bond Ex
change, 912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
Plenty of Light
right where you want It
right whan you want It,
whan you use
By conveniently placed switches,
any room can be lighted before; an
taring. liAWAHAlN ELECTRIC CO.J .LTD..
'PHONE MAIN 390.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc cin
give you the very
Furnish us your address and" our
representative will call on' you
and show vou our illustrations
H(8 CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
'J. Q. Axtell '& CO. 1048r1058. Alakca
The ISLAND MEAT GO.
hi'ln aptandld position to Maura for tta patrona tha vary baa laltut)
artfully handled. Also, Island Poultry of ovary dSMriti.
Jcls E. .Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 71 PODT ST. OPP. LOVE
Is good for what
Try it. " $
Is included 1)1 this week's receipts,
and two additional turgous havu
slnct read d porl nf rail.
HEKINKI). Withdrawals wero hea
vy early In Urn week, but have since
fallen off considerably, und this state
of affairs Is. likely to continue until
after tho Labor Day holidays. Most
ot tho week's m;w business has been
placed with Tho IVdcral Sugar Ke
lining Co., whn aie Belling for prompt
shipment at 10 iiolnts below list quo
tations, which remain on the basis of
4.80c. less 1 per cent, for Granulated.
The Honolulu Engineering Society
will sea that Its members aro bathed
tomorrow at the Seaside Hotel. This
3ociety, which is growing In numbers
3tery day. Insists that every member
mutt tako a bath at least once a year,
and 'this fact Is noted on the Invita
tions which have been sent out for
tomorrow's 'festival, ,Thn members,
will meet at the Seaside Hotel at
4 p. in. and the big wash will take
Dinner will be served at 7:30 and
then will come toasts with Kdward
C. Urown as toastmuster, "Tho En
gineer" will bo responded to by Mars
Ion Campbell; "The Officers," by C.
a Ballcntyne; "The 1'ress" by W. 11.
Karrlngton; "The Indies" by J, I),
(lalnes; "The Committee" by A. O.
There will be several guests fiom
out of the city present, J. C. Wilder,
superintendent of tho Southern l'a-
clllc Kallroad, will Jio on haud, as
will Lieut, Commander Ulsnuxes, U.
S. N. It was oxpected that Captain
Wood, who took the drydock Dewoy
to Manila! would be on hand, but ho
left yesterday for the Coast. Oeneral
Manager Ward of the Commercial Pa
cific Cable Company was bIbo expect
ed. but the .accident to tho Mongolia
has prevented Ills attendance. Su
perintending Engineer Donnelly of
(he Transport Service will be on hand
to tell about the work being dono on
Each member on reaching the
MANY DIFFERENT KINDS.
Hair, Tooth. Nail, Cloth
Floor, Hat, Window, Bottla,
Sanitary, Bath, Radiator,
Tumblar, Furniture, Crumb,
Brle-a Brae, Duat, Feather,
Hoof, Mant and Tall, Scrub,
Shoe, Stovt, Polishing, Silver.
Alao Spldar Bruahea for
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
189 KINO STREET. 'PHONE 240
will contain a cartoon auggaated to
tha Bulletin artiat by tha California
Editora Taking Possession.
The Central South African Hallway's
administration Is considering the ques
tion of establishing u steel plant to
deal with scrap. Of this the adminis
tration owns u Inrgu quantity, but can
find no local use or market for It. A
similar plant, owned by a company,
Is in course of erection at Zuurfonlelu,
grounds will ha presented with a
"dog-tag" by tho committee In charge,
which will show that hu has been at
the Annual Hath. A quintet will bo
on hand and the toustH will he Inter
Kpersed with songs and stories from
the members. Unique menu cards
decorated by blueprints will be a feature.
plays every Sunday at the Seaside
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular, tl 11 Cn itiH 17 nor ook 1543
'.J, j Fort street.
voua laiqsa rio fk. VI IT., WUI
meet tonight at 7 ill o'clock In K. ol
C Hall. Klag street
Mrs. K. Howard Humphreys gave a
mining party followed by tea at the
Moana last Tuesday.
I'rlnce and I'rlncess Kawanannkoa
have returned frum Moana, where they
have enjoyed an outing.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold a confer-
fnce on religious work for men In
stead of Its usual nfternoon meeting.
St, Clulr Bldgood, manager of the
llalelwa hotel, Is In the city for a
couple of day on business.
Dr. Stamm. who has been In Hono
lulu since the arrival ot the Alameda,
ports on his trip around the world.
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed by the Yin Sit Sha Association, a
Chinese benevolent concern of Chi
The quarterly meeting of the St.
l.ouli College Alumni Association has
been postponed to September 23, at
10:30 a. m.
Mannle Phillips has returned from
a four months trip to Portland unit
Berkeley. Mrs. Phillips remained In
the latter town.
New goods are ready at lllom'..
Ladies mtnlln underwear, cklrt-wulsu
skills, children's dresses and ladles'
Dr. Ueo. lleler Jones and Paul Super
will speak at the convention of the
Young People's Union at Central
Union church tonight.
D, I.. Van Dine has just declined the
offer of mi assistant professorship In
the entomological department ot the
University of California.
Hemeuiber a delicious dinner at the
popular price of one dollar Is tened
every evening on tho great seuil-clr-cular
laiml ot the Seatlde Hotel. Host
vulue for the money und ioole.it plate
In town to dine.
In the case of E. C. Howe vs. Stanle)
Stevenson, for an accounting of part
nership. Job CUchelor has been ap
pointed as master to take and exam
Hie the nccounts of the firm.
Civil service examinations for the
position ot poitoftlce clerk and carrier
will be held at tbo postofllce September
29 at 9 a. 111. W. C. McCoy mid J. Mc
Masters have been appointed examln
ers. Applications must be In before
4!30 p. m. on September 27.
Frank C. Euos. who returned Wed
nesday from the Coast, reports that he
has placed the year's output of thd
Tropic Krult Co., about 16,000 acres of
pineapples, with J. II. Spalln ot San
Francisco. That firm offered to con
tract tho fruit for a term .of Die
It Is not considered exactly tho thing
In Cliltieno polite circles to call a man
a white-haired, npulli-d faced brute. It
Is liable to cause hard feelings. Yet
that is what Chung Chock Lai Is al
leged to have lalled Wong How In an
aitlcle published In the llawnllnn
Chinese Nea of May 15, 190C, As a
consequenco UI was arrested recent
ly on a warrant sworn out by Wong
How, charging hlin with libel In the
tlrst degree. In the translation of the
article In question, which Is nppended
to the complaint, Wong How, or Yel
low Mouth as he Is called In the art
icle, Is characterised us u "brute whose
hair Is white and whose face Is cov
ered with spots."
Letters received from members of
the Hawaiian Quintet Club, wblcb has
been touring on the mainland for
Lome years past under the leadership
of Thomas Hllva, state that the club
Is now playing ut the "Auueuser
Cafe," on Second and Pike streets,
Seattle. They arrived there from
Portland on Aug. 12 and say that they
are dolue excellently. The members
of the club are: . nomas' Sllva. Wll-
llam Kapu, John Holeluho, David Ms
kuakane and Jos. Kalalna.
According lo Town Talk. Lucien
Young, who recently reached his cap
taincy In' the Navy, Is slated to relieve
Captain T. S. Phelps as officer In
charge of the local naval recruiting
depot when Phelps ussunies tho com
mand of tbo hne new urmored cruiser
California. There are no ofllcers In
the service, better known or belter
liked on the Paclllc Coast than Young
and Phelps, and the many friends of
both ure rejoicing In the good stations
that await them botb. The Califor
nia, it Is understood, will be attached
to the Pacific squadron. Captain
Young has been on special duty al
Mare Island for sonio months past.
COOK WITH GAS
Thera'a a lot of satisfaction to It
and more economy than you ever
dreamt of, for there Is a greater
amount of heat obtainable In a short
er time by the use of gas than can
be obtained by using wood or coal. It
Is probably just what you want to
get that balance of comfort that Is
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Signet Rings from $2.50 up. Engraved
Cam and Plain Rlnga at all prices.
Beautiful designs In Brooches and
Dress Pins. 3
! NEW Enameled and plain Scarf Pins at all f
Prices. '. S
: goods. I
Cuff Links, Stick Lockets, and a va
riety of other goods, which I will
be pleased to show you.
M. R. Counter,
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
We art alwaya In tha lead for Pure
Soda Water of tha Best Quality.
New management; latest methods.
Frompt attention to orders and quick
delivery. Everything manufactured
under practical supervision.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
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"Tho local Aerie of Eagles, No. J lu
are soon to offer to the theatro-golng
public a minstrel performance that
will eclipse all previous efforts," says
Jack Hurt well. They will have a lirrt
part and olio bubbling over with fun
ami u second part comprising old plan
tation srenrs and doings of a "Dlxlu
plantation." The date ami full detalln
are yet not determined, but those In
charge predict It In the very near fit
turo The entire cast and production
will be under tbo supervision of Ml,
Ladies' White SilK
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