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KVENMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, ll FRIDAY, FEB. 8, 1907
Our Line of New
Arc Simyly Irresistable
Steel embroidered, three-bar sandals.
Jet embroidered, three-bar aandals.
Nile Green, Lavendar, Pink and
Blue Canvas, and dreiilng to match. ALL GRADES.
White Satin, Canvas and Kid,
$2,50, $3, $4.50, $5, $6, $7
Mclnerny Shoe Store -
makes a splendid grade of butter because the farmers there have
the praded cattle and Rood feed. We received a quantity of the
product in pound blocks on the Miowcra. A beautiful article
which we will sell at FORTY CENTS a pound.
For Ladies Only
AFTERNOONS A " WEEK 2
TUESDAY AIND FRIDAY
2 to 5.
SWIMMING, BOWLING AND TURKISH BATHS.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
That' the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that I PURL AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PCACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
C. 0. LCITMEAD MANAGER
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb. 8. 1907
NAME OF STOCf
C Brewer ft Co ......
F PlanUMon Cn .,
Haw Com ft Sue Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honnmii Snj(if Co
Htioka Sufar Co
MaiVtt Sutrnr Co ....
Kalmku fl.mUtlmi Co
KilicJ Plantation Co Ltd
klpaliulti Sugar C
Koto Sugar Co
Oalm Sugar Co
Onnine Suirar Co
Onltota Sugar Plant Col
uia Migar (.o mi .
I'Jahati Sugar ' PUnr Co
racinc ugar mhi
Pala Plantation Co .
PepetVen Sugar Co .
rinnwr Mill Cm
alluku Sugar Co ,.
W'ahnca Sugar Mill Co
filter UlauH Steam N Co
Hon ( T ft L Co rrrl
Hon RT ft t Co Com
Mutual Trlrphoti Co
Nahlku Rubber Co.,
Oahu R t.Co
Htm rerpcUie Cl
ii w irr 4 pr .,
Haw Trr 4U lc .
Haw Trr ih pr
Haw Ter 1 pc,
Haw Clot'i t nc
Cii r.fft Sue & Rei Co
lUltcii Sucar Lu6nr
Hhw Cnmlli SugC'M I"
llaw Sugar Ciiftpc,
Mil., k KCo C.tt 6 M
turn k I M,U)DK
Kainiku i 'Mitt too nc
Oaliu K Ac I.Coftpc
riilm Suear Co is nr
l l)U Sugar Co pc.
Ain rMiiuitnn v-i
7 I 1
1 7 8
Cznrnlkow MncdouRnll & Co. report
on the sugar market ns follows umlcr
I'.ato of Jnn. 18:
SUGAR MARKET Our Inst re
port was (In ted 11th January.
The market for raw1 sugar opened
with a Bnlo of Cuba Centrifugals for
January-February shipment at the.
equivalent of 3.48c landed, but this
was followed by sales at the equiva
lent of 3.50c landed. In tho end,
however, sellers at latter price he
rnme somewhat plentiful, nnd buyers
refused to go on nt anything over
2 l-8c, c. f., for Cuban, or 3.18c land
ed. Some business hits slnro been
flnno In Culms for February shipment
Hi tho prices named. Tho market
closes steady, with buers nt the de
cline, hut with few sellers nt less
than 2 H-32C, r. f for Cubas, say
3. die landed.
Tho relul tanrd of Cuban shippers
to sell nt 2 1-So Is not to be vonder
ed nt, for that price Is equivalent to
no morn Hum 7s 2 1-ld f. o. b. for
L'ects, at n tlmo when tho asking
price of Heels Is 8s 9 3-ld f. o. b.,
equal, say, lo 2.18c c. f. for Culms.
On the other hand, buyers sco an In
creasing production In Cuba, anil re
ceipts ut tho shipping ports Inrgcly
In excess of the molting at tho At
lantic ports. Kven were II. H. refin
ers entirely dependent upon Cuba for
their supplies, which they urn not,
this excess production in Cuba would
llfivp II InMflptwv ( kpnn ttin vtiliin tif
-,,, . , .. I I'lonwr Mill Co 6 n c
Culms below the Kurnpcan parity, Wmalim.titieCn i,c
but this tendency will he held In Mcllijilrs Co.c...
check by thn fact that it haB only to
go a little further to bring Luropo Hales-lletweeii Hoards: sr, llonn
Into competition with II. S. in the ikim, V 1.50; SA WnlnUin, $70. Session;
Cuban market. 10 Mellode. $r,.l2; r,0 O.ihu Kur..
' Tho market hero flionld also re-!'W5: B O- & I Co.. $M.:0; n 0. It.
eclve iintna supHrt from New Or-& ' ;o., $93.50; r, O. It. & I,. Co., $3.r,(i.
tminH. Wlllpli filvlnr- fit llin uhnphii.nl B'"
In tho taulslnna croi', has already i Latest lugar quotations, 3.42 cents
cnicied tho Held lor raw sugars hy
jcr $08.40 per ton.
making purchases of Porto tllcos, and
ry r,!'B,:.w". r-JT LONDON BEETS, 8s 9 Md
drawing steadily on Cuba, as woll ns
I'orto Itlco, for their supplies.
Kuropenn lleet nmrkcls nro again
slightly easier, today's quotations of
present crop showing a declines fori
the week of 1 l-2d In January and'
February and Id In Inter months.
Next ciop Is unchanged. Tho quota-, Members
tlons arc: January, 8s 9 3-ld; Fo'i
inaiy, 8s 9 3-4d: May, 9s Id; August,
9s 3d. Next crop. October-December,
9s 1-2(1. Our prlvato cables re-
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Honolulu Stock and Bond
WM LIAM WILLIAMSON, Mi.,ctr,
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE
- -" -
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.
(L-11 1-1 -
176.180 KINQ STREET.
" Have another drink ?"
Cl Yes, of Primo."
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOBS
THE ROAD OVERALL.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pick, haul and ship yout v
roods and lave you money.
Dealrts H STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stoiage in Brick Wehoue, 126 Kin Si, Phone Mln5
port that Mr. Lltht Increases his esti
mate by 50,000 tons for Germany and
40,000 tons for Austria. A slight In
crease for Franco Is considered prob
able. Thcsa addition to tho estimates
mc too small to havu any influunio
The cabled figures of vlslblo sup
plies give them as 3,670,000 tons, ns
ugaiiiBt 3,990,000 tons nt this tlmo
last year. Tho decrease of 320,000
tons In the supplies ns compared
with lliosn of a year ago Is a favor
able feature of the market.
REFINED. Tho Federal Sug.ir
lleMniug Co. having niadn three ad
vances of 5 points each during tho
week, all rentiers' list prices nro
again on the same level, viz,, basis
I 70c. less 1 per cent,, for Granulated.
I The Fedvral Sugar Kcllniiig Co., how
I over, aie not making the extra allow-
.inco of 10c per barrel which other re
llnuis uro still granting. No Im
provement has taken place in tho de
mand, now business and withdrawal."
having been only of moderate volums.
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King Sti.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Made To Order,
NUUANU m COR. KUKUI.
1IMELY HINTS ON
but will lap over quite a considerable.
Following aie a few of the "gentle
bints" thai have been promulgated for
the benefit of all uho expect to attend.
The doois of the grand ball room will
be thrown open at 8 o'clock In the
The usheis and floor Lommittso will
usslst the master of ceremonies. They
will carry wands decuiated with Mardl
Rules governing costumes do nut up
ply to spectators.
Ample room Is to be provided presj
j Tho ushers will bo In charge of tin
1 hall room fiom 8 until 9 p. m., at which
i tlmo they will bunciidcr tho wands of
authority to the master of ceremonies,
i Mardl Gros tolois are red, white,
yolkw and green.
Dominoes of any color or shade will
' Dancing will begin with the grand
quuu'rlllo Immediately after the gruti 1
march, mid will (oiitluuo until 3 a. m.
i'obltlvely no one admitted to thn
floor, up to tho hour of unmasking, ex
cept they ho masked and dressed In
costume. After unmasking spectators
and all others, however dressed, will
bo given the opportunity to mingle
with the throng and dunce If they wUh.
The postponed hjsicllt dance of the
Kamehanicha Alunrlii Association will
take place tomorrow evening at tho
Young Hotel. The dauce will com
mence at 8 o'clock The music will be
I furnished by the Royal Kawalhau Glee
Mardl Gras matters are assuming a Club,
definite shape and from now on tho . t m
urro cxcci uvo in uus wii resi u . a . mv jt,dK0 Lindsay. In the matter of
"CrSZ1""""" vs. Compredo, today
heard from all sides, tho promoters nt
Mardl Qrns need not worry In rcgnrd to
vs. Compredo, today gave
Judgment In favor of tho plaintiff tu
tho sum of $73 with Interest and at-
making both ends meet from a flmin-1 lorney's fees.
tlal standpoint. In fact It Is predicted
that "both eud" will not only meet Mr BULLETIN ADS, PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
No task is too small nor
too large for a busy Bui-
letin Want ad.
Pniiniun tints cleaned nt the Globe. I ?!
Indian and llawn. gooils, 1152 Fort
No fancy prices nt the New Eiiglnnfl
Sixteen cent meat for Sunday dinner
at the Paragon.
Absolutely choke eggs. Lowest pos
sible price nt C. .1. Day & Co.'s.
One niliiilltnnci! to the .Mardl uras is
$2.50, not $" ns has licen rcjwrtcd.
Hawaiian Tribe, Oalcr of Red Men,
meets this evening In I. O. O. F. hall.
Watch fur lllom's big curtain sale
whlth begins next Monday morning.
(). A. Steven, Morgan's man eloquent,
has been laid iislde by Illness for some
Forty-cent butter, n superior nrllclu
from Australia, at the MetrnHillt.iu
Regular meeting of Honolulu Uidge
fill!, II. P. (). II., Ill their new quailcis
011 Fort street.
The Cbapln automobile and the Ore
Mill conch were decorated by tho girls
fiom The Woman's Exchange.
A lady wearing a $150 dress was with
llflkulty separated from a froshly-ar-nlshed
chair at a social function the
When Ilia weather Is hot "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When the
weather Is wcl "Arable" will prevent
rutt. California Feed Co.. agents.
County Treasurer Trent will here
after make his monthly reports more
clnliomte. so us to show how much ev
ery person on the county pnjroll has
No Insurance will be plnccd on the
pioperty acquit ed by the Government
In exchange for I .aim I lands, ns it Is
not the custom to Insure tioveriiuiiiiil
People In Ilonoliilu'iijiprcchilo dcllc
ions huUcr, And that Is why Cnlifoi
nla Rose Creamery Is bediming as Mip-
ular here us It Is on tho mast. Henry
May & Co., agents.
Dr. McLennan has returned nnd ro
mined prnctlco at Dr. McGrow cot
Inge, corner Richards and Ilerctaula
ilreets (Hoynl Hawaiian Hotel block)
Phono Main 229.
You couldn't tell the dlltcrenco on
our iIIbIi of cereal between Cm nation
Cream nnd cream friu the milkman.
Carnation Cream iialisolutcly steril
ized. Henry Mny !r., agents.
There will be an liniiorlaut meeting
nf the Knmchamchn Alumni Associa
tion this evening. The enlargement ol
Us hall will be one of the main subjects
for discussion. Tho President nollclta
the attendance of every member.
A young lady from town who visits
another one living neur Diamond Head
is credited with climbing the pole nt
the Rapid Transit terminus to turn on
the light when she finds tho place uti-
Tho Goernor's message to the leg
islature received Us hibt touches je-
tcrday afternoon. Revision and print.-
ins will place It In condition for pre
sentation to the lawmakers a wcck
1 1 0111 next Vcdnchu.
Rev. Frank Arthur Baylor, nssn
lector of Trinity church. Chicago, and
Miss Albcrtu Ellis, nlcco of Mlns Mary
A lliiib.iuk of this city, and herself a
Honolulu girl, were married, nt Green
Ray, Wlhiouslii, on January 22,
Low prices ul the New England Rakers.
A blosbom of the Inulinta tree, a I
somewhat tare sight in Honolulu, has,
been sent to the Promotion Committee I
rooms by .Mrs. Weaver, and lias been 1
admired by u number of vlsllors. The
great blosbom has a particularly sweet
There will bo a Holiiicss meeting to
night at the Kahatlon Army hall, coi
ner of King sticet nnd Nuuanu avenue,
commenting at 8 o'clock, mid a half
ight of prayer, commencing ut 10 p.
m., to whkli everjliody is cordially in
vited. The 8. K Chronicle of recent date
prints the follow log: C. Kahl, u not
able musician from Hi emeu, Germany,
lb ut the llaltimoru Hotel on his way to
Honolulu, whero he Is tu bo leader of
the famous Hawaiian Uaud. Ho will
ucptirl for tho Islands Tliufsduy,
Dr. Johnston will deliver an address
ut the Y M. C. A. next Sunday aftei
noon. Dr. Johiibtou is a very popular
tpcakcr and the address Is looked for
ward to with much lutercbt. The sub
ject for tho lecture will bo "The ProL
lem of Inlluenie."
Hlnco the first amount of iclief fumU
wcro cabled to China thu local Chinese
have gathered up $500 more which will
be cabled at tho first opportunity. The
Chlucsu of Honolulu uru to be com
mended on their generosity In giving
bo liberally to aid their blarvijig coun
trymen In China.
Two noted Japanese, Mr and Mrs
J. IC. Iiulnlslit, will shortly pass
through hero on their wity to Japan,
(ircut preparations urn being made nt
tho Mochlzuki club homo for their re
ception. Mr. IuiIiiIbIiI formerly hold
the position of manager of the Hono
lulu bianch of tho Yokohama Specio
Dunk, but Is now manager of the Now
Editor Durao of A Llberdade, In u
rclutatlnu of a proclamation Issued by
the acting governor of Madalra which
warns Madciraus ugulust emigrating to
Hawaii, gives the following statistics
regarding tho Portuguese in theso Is
lands; Portuguebo who havo mado
their homes here own property assessed
t $3,000,000, besides tho Punchbowl
leaseholds at $1,500,000, and $250,000 In
the buvlugu banks.
p--SiiVv-t.iVi7",'tJV'."tJ-t- t r
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful designs, In Cuckooi, Trumpet
ers and email timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PRICES RANGE FROM
; Black Forest
$1.50 up to $35
Mo R. Counter, Jeweler,
1142 FORT ST.
SALE OF KOA FURNITURE
NY linxc n few ,iiM of KOA FUHN'riTilH llml ur u Knins
OCT UK LOW COST.
C I. OH K
HA K iAIXS
LUCK THIS WILL XKVKIJ
COYNE FURNITURE GO,, LTD.
A fine tolunclutl Bourbon Whl.Mkoy
Onltorm, Hfilf-OrillonN und UottloM.
3 Bottles for $200
I ouio A fln I tfi FAMILY Wm DEALERS-
LCfflb 06 UU. LIUi) 169 King St. Phone Main 240
You Fare Well
When you patronlz our establishment. The restaur
ant bill of-fare for every meal is of a urrat variety. Cacti
article Is always fresh1 ana moderately p-lccd.
Try our delicious ice cream and pastry.
You can find a larrjc stock of home-made candles here
and we have just received a
late shipment of Cunther's
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The Palm, 1 J 6 Hotel Si.
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! i Cutotlty often leHt woman to experiment
i ' don't try It with papir patterns. A na'
i the coit of a hundren patterns.
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Oocl BIcm Them!
Here's to (he tourist who comes to
Here's the volcano that brings them
Here In the goddess thnl starts tip
"Chcrchcz la femmc'' in Wll 'countries,
Vigor nnd Strength in Every Drop.
one Main J 33 J
with new tblnpi, but
mtnt ipolled xce:ds
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