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Ladies' Black Kid Blucher Tic,
. Patent Tip, Military Heel,
Mclnerny Shoe Store
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Try It Again
The Australian butter sold by us is better than the present
-run of California' butter, and .for that reason you should eat it,
in preference to any other. Our customers find it equal to Isl
nhd dairy product.
For Ladies Only
'. AFTERNOONS A WEEK 2
-TUESDAY AIND FRIDAY
i 2 to 5.
LWIMMINO, BOWIINO AND TURKISH BATHS.
f SUGAR 1
WlllMt & (Irav's Sugar Journal for
Jnnuniy 31 report a follows im the
law sugar market:
Our review of the wk It not of
special ltii)H)rtntice In respect to change
In established values of Culm centrif
ugals, tlm closing being nt same prlco
us tlm opening mill tin' business being
Inlrly large on this basis, say 2 1-Hc., c.
mill (., for !)C test, t final to SMS.'.c. per
pound duly paid.
l'orto Itlco centrifugals wem nl wo
old nt .1.4H5c landed
Tlm notalilu feature of the week H
the change of front In the Knruiiean
beet Biieur luurkctR.
After liavliiK livid extremely tlrm and
sternly for tliu Iutik time during which
Culia hns lieen declining, the foreign
markets suddenly developed weakness,
uml declined from 8k. it 3-4d. In 8m.
7 l-2d. for beet Hiigur mid declined 2d
(or tfo KiiKar,
,Th Inlmedlate cause of the weak
noslhxEiiropu in that French brokers
came luto the market in nellern and
also minora of ii possible Increase or
Rowings for the next beet crop.
The illlterelite In the. parity of beet
and cano centrifugal Is now reduced
to 32c. per 100 pounds, the (imitation
lor beet being eipial l 3.80c. for (en
trlfugnls. Cuba crop progresses, with 170 ccn
trals viiow' working, which Is within
four of the highest expected to grind
this season. Hecelptg for the week,
Cl.OOtl tons, broke all previous iceords
of crop making In any ear.
In Cuba, for some time, the weather
has continued flue, most of planter
have hiid u sufficient Hiinnlv of labornrs
and net Important political disturbance
has been reported, I nun (uvonng fie
harvesting uf the crop; them; natisfiK
tor) condltloiiM are iinebatiKed, ac
cording tn a cable! message; we received
today from our rcgu)ar Havana en.1-
Total visible crop to date is 313,800
tons against lMi,032 tons nt name time
Tlm slock In 11. H. and Cuba togeth
er amounts to 278,'.'34 tons aguinsi.
24G.M2 tons last ,wuek and 181,457 tons
last year. The stock in the Inland or
Its equivalent Is oversold already lor
shipment. When accumulations ' e-
gin unless the Kuropeun mnrkets coma
stiouger, there Is a possibility of fin
ther small decline under pressure to
sell up to uIhiiiI April, after which
time a rlsliiK market may be looked
New Orleans refiners have recently
bought Februury Culms nt 2 3-lUc. c
and f., ami Porto Ricos at 3.6Gc. landed,
Planters 111 some pnrtR of Porto Itlco
complain of uilsatistactory yields due
to continued dry weather.
At the close, holders in Cuba show
less lonllclence and are offering freely
at 2 I-!Sc. e. and f for late February
and early March shipment, but the bst
bid Is 2 1-lCc, u and t., for u llinlteil
Ouahtlty only, while the Amerltan and
Howell nri! entirely withdrawn ax 'jyy
um a i i.. iJ i-i-, urge
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Feb. 16. 1907
HAMB UP STOCI
t Brewer h Co .M..M
UvcrIUii Atlc O
lltw Com V Sur Co ,
iUvrliflnSiiKr Co .
llntKimu SuRtr Co
llnnoVaii Sajpir d
HfliVu Siiuar Cn ....
K'uliiiVu hmitdllmi Col
Ktiuhiilit Hiigir C
KiIoa hUffAr Co i
oliu SuRftf Co I.
DokoU Sujtat llaitt Col
uiaa bKM to l.ki
i mm mil v-' i i
ratiau Suitar I'Util Co
raciiic UKllr nun
I'tla PUnoHoti Co
Trpetkeo Huwr Co
Waifttuft ARtlc Co
Wall ak u Sm?ir Co
Vtlmr SucAr Mill Co
lnttrIUnl Si ram N Co
Hon K T ft L Co I'irl
Hon RTM-Co Com
Mutual Tclriihone Co
Nahlku Rul.lxrr Co.,
Oaliu RtV l.Cui.
HlloK Rrn, . ,
1 1 on HiMCn ....
HON I IS
1 1 aw irr 4 r., ,
Haw Irr pc,
Ha (lox'i tit...
Cal Urrl Siift ft Kf I Co
6 iC., . i,
HaIIcu Sural Co6 ne
1 1 hw Own ft Su (; CM I"
Haw Sugar Co6nc.
III1.K KC.i Ohi Apr
lion ft Tft .Co6ir
Kaiiuku nam con pc
Oahu Rft l.CoCpc
Oatm Suijar Co 6 p c
Olaa Sugar Co6jii,
Tionrrr Mill Co 6 tc
Wautua Aerie Co iir
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Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Sales Session: f Kwa, $:Ti; 10
Oahu Sugar Co., $23.75; IW) Oahu Su
Kar Co., $21.r0: 7 O. It. & I.. Co., SU3.
7b Met. Hoards: 20 Kwa, J25; 2.
Hwa, UT: 100 O. It. & I.. Co., S94:
CO Hawn. Sugar Co.. 133; $2000 Pio
neer 0s. 10C; 1 nil II Hon II. T fe
1.. s, $108; 20 Pioneer, $134.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.38 cents,
or $07.60 tier ton.
10ND0N BEETS, 8s 9 3-4d
Hmry Witirbouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Dipaitmant
Mtmbert tonojilu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Muuu;cr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 6T8.
,. TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
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That's the number to ring up, If you
want toda water that ia PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and Ql N
QER ALE tha purest gooda manu
factured In town. . ,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
Is the One City
Is the One Beer
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
THE SALVATION ARMY
Meetings every evening except
Wednesday in the hall, corner of
King street and Nuuanu avenue, com
mencing ut 8 o'clock.
Sunday services: Knee drill ut 7
n. m.; holiness meeting at 11 a.' in.;
Junior meeting anil lllble class at 3
p. in,; Young People's Legion meet
ing at t! p. m.; Salvation meeting ut
8 p. in.
Meetings ut the Japanese Outpost,
1S8 K. lluretnulu avenue, every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 p. in., anil school every Wednesday
mid Friday ut 7 p. m. Sunday school
ut It: 30 every Sunday morning.
Sunday school on School street,
near l.lllha stiect, every Sunday aft
ernoon nt 2:30,
Kvurybody Is cordially Invited tn
attend these meetings, anil ta send
the children to the Sunday schools
Adjutant anil Mrs. Hamberry In
charge, assisted by Captain Arm
strong ami Lieutenant Long.
WASHING WITHOUT WATEH.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH
NEXT TO YOUNG BLPO., 176.180 KINO STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pick, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers H STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Klnj; St. Phone Main 58
Hev. J. Wultor Sylvester, D. D.,
pastor. Hev. Howard Aguow John
uton, 1), D.', will preach both morn
ing and evening. Morning subject,
"The Multlng of Manhood." Kveniug
bubject, "The Great Light," The mu
blcal program Is as follows: Morn
ing: iiiithein by the choir, ''My Soul
Doth Mngnlfy the lord" (by Mum?
enscheln); so'o by MTrs. Mackall,
"Sao Me, O Ood" (by Kamlegger).
Uvenlug: anthem by the choir, "O
Come Kvery One that Llstetli" (by
Heed). The evening service will be
the lust of the union services held
under the loadcishlp of Dr. Johnston.
Is Like Trying to Oet Ride of Band
ruff Without 'Herpicide.
Did )ou ever see any one trying to
.wash themselves without soup or
If you did what would you say of
It is every bit as foolish to try to get
rid of Dandruff and to prevent lluld-
ness by feeding the germs which caiibe
it, with Cunthrarldes, Vaseline, alccr
lue und similar substances which form
the principal Ingredients of most so
called llulr drawers.
Newbro's llerplclde Is successful be
cause it attacks and kills (be parasitic
germ which feeds on the hair roots.
It Is the original and only genuine
sculp geuulclde manufactured.
Sold by lerdlng druggists. Scud 10c.
In stamps fur sample to The Herplcldc
Co., Detroit, .Mich, lloillster Drug Co,
special agents. a
NEW EMBARKING PORT
The Nippon Yusen Kalsuu has
made arrangements to embark pas
Congers at MoJI for the United States
and Canada. Celestial Umpire, Jan
Moji Is a Japanese city of some Im
portance, situated on the Inland Sea
neur the center of the Japanese Em
pire. It Is one of the principal coal
ing stations for all vessels plying be
tween the Par K.ist and fhe Stutes.
Admiral lleckley reports the follow
itig sugar at Hawaii ports ready for
shipment: Olaa, 16.375; W'aloliea,
9C00; Hawaii Mill, GOUO; Wutuaku,
7500; Onomea, 16,000; I'epeekeo, 13,400;
Honoinu, 1C800; Hakalau, 7000; Urn
pahoehoe, 1000; Kulialatt, 5000; llama
kua, 150; I'aauhau, 15,000; Honokan,
4000; Kuktilhaele, 300; Houuupl, 7100.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It's warm work in wann
weather to hunt up a new cook.
A Bulletin Want Ad. keeps cool
unci does the work.
l'aiiaina liatn cleaned nt the (llobe.
No fancy prices nt tlm New Kugland
The Enterprise has left llllo for
Tile band will play nt the baseball
garni s this nflcrniMin.
Ing silk glows In black and while
at Whitney & Marsh's.
The Kniituncln dance has been post
jHHiecl o March 2nd, 1907
Klne millinery ut MIrs I'owera mil
liner) parlors,' lloston Iliilldlng, I'ort
K. V. Darnaid, iiiffee planter or
Ijnipahucboe Is registered nt the Ha
waiian. The Oahu municipal measure, will
Involve but small additional expense
to taxpayers, so sas Senator I-ane.
The barkentlne Amy Turner has ur
rived nt llllo mid Is discharging car
go. All the latest styles In millinery rnn
bn found at Miss Powers' Mllllnnry
Parlors, lloston building, l'orl street.
Low prices nt the New England Uak
ery. The Honolulu Iron Works are work
ing day and night now getting out the
machinery for the Formosa sugar
The ship Mnrstou has not reached
llllo as yet, according to Admiral
lleckley of the Kinnti.
llenny & Co. have a few second-hand
machines In good condition for sale.
12C6 Fort St. Phone Main 488.
Mr. Fisher, the lumberman from the
Coast, ght'H out the Jojful Information
that lumber is liable to go a "bit high
Treat your trou roof i: a coat of
"Arabic." There Is no better preserV'
utlve made. i California Feed Co.
William McKlnley ImIk". K. of P.
meets thlfl evening in its hall on King
street. Visiting brother of the order
are cordially Invited to be present.
Wnlklkl lun Is now owned by W. C.
Herein. Accofnruodatlons, suppllec
and attendance nbaolulely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
You could have nothing more use
ful In )our bouse than a new Harrison
Valveless Dlue Flame Oil Stove. Ask
)our friends. E. O. llnll & Son, Ltd.
The Insl of the series of Dr. John
ston's meetings was held lust night
at the Central Union church. The us
ual full bouse gieeted the fluent
N. Fernnndez, notary public, type
writer, etc., has removed his office to
No. 841 'Kaahumaiiu street, opposite
the otllce of Theo. II. Uavles & Co,,
Miss Hose Hurt has been committed
to the Industrial School where it Is to
be hoped she may set) the error of her
wnjs and yet fill a good woman's place
In a consultation hold yesterday be'
tween Secretary Atkinson and E. Fox-
on Ilishon It was decided that the Sen
uto will hold Its session's In the otllce
nt Hawaii's secretary.
The grrut demand for on excellent
S5 shoe can now be supplied. We havn
a large stock of (lun Kid Ulucher Ox
fords with Hat I ron medium extension
soles. Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
James Unibler was found in an tin
conscious condition In front of the
Columbia saloon last night by Officer
Nelson. He uuj ioi...r 1 to thu
The uniiunl meeting of the Hooulii
oud lloola Luhui, will be held nt the
Kuplolaul Maternity Home, lleu-tunin
avenue, on Tuesday, February 19, ut
10 o'clock a. m. All members ure re
quested to attend.
Dr. McLennan has returned ami ru
stimed practice at Dr. McQrew cot
tago, corner lUcbards and Doretanla
btrects (RHyal Hawaiian llotol block)
Phono Mala 229.f,
Chartnliuj designs In Mexican draw n
work from I the convents of Old Mex
ico. Scarfg.tToIleys, tenerlff square
and wheels. Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co, Alexander Youug building
Craft and urt work.
The University Club held Its annual
meeting lust night, ut which most of
last year's officers were reelected. New
qunrters for the club ia une of tlm
questions on tap. Tlm club is leport
cd to he financially well fixed.
A large variety of the new 1907 shirt
waists are now on display at Whit
ney & Mai sirs.
Are you interested in music or sing
ing. Mrs. Hodgson bus hud yeais of
experience, and uses the most up-to-
date method, Insuring thorough uml
rapid progress. You can find her at
her studio opposite Central Union
The Catholic Church of St, John
tho Baptist, Kullhlwuenu; in chuige
of Hev. Father Cloment. Tomonow,
Feb. 17th, first Sunday of Lent: TT: 30
a. in., high mass, sermon, collection,
Sunday School; 4 p. in,, Hosary.
The smoker given by the Honolulu
fctreet railway eniplojeu at the club
houso last night wus a very pleasant
affair. W. J. Slansbury, W. E. Woj
nian. C. A. ChrlBleusen, F. Han
sen and 11. C, Jensen, departing mo
torhien, were guests of honor.
Que Que, who hud Imbibed uu over
dose of conversation water lust night,
Imagined himself assistant superin
tendent of creation or foreman of the
smoke of the gas house. At any rate
the .police culled htm down to the
elation house to cool bis heuted brow
First M. E. Church. Chinch locuted
corner lleretnnla and Miller streets.
John W. Wiidinnii, paslor. Services
tomorrow us follows: 9:45 u. m Sim-
day school und pastor's Lllble clasa;
11 a. in., public worship, pastor
preaches, subject, "Christ Lost In the
Throng." Miss May lrmt-rod will tins
"The City of Light." 0:30 p. nt.. Ep
worth League for Young People, Mis.
McAllister lu charge. 7:30 p. m.,
union seivlie lu C, U, Church, Dr. II.
A. Johnston will preach, The public
is (ordlally Invited.
'fjrJ-tX swuvusV'niJRWiJ J Tit " ;v n-'-it Vi" ."j
CARVCO WOOO CLOCKS; Beautiful designs, In Cuckoos, Trumpet
rre and small timepieces; all qood tlnmkcrpfn,
HRICUB HANQC fHOM
$1.50 up to $35
, R. Counter, Jeweler,
1142 FORT 8T,
us run i di, ;,-
SALE OF KOA FURNITURE
V lutvf n fow luccex (if KOA TMIUNnTUK tliul we nro going
T O C I. O H E O U il? I! K L O V C O S T .
JJIMCKSEltS $20.00 i'I
UKIKSTICADS !?20.00 UP
WASHSTANDS JIO.OO Ul
HA1J(AIXS LIKK THIS WILL NKVKU UK OKFKIIKD
! COYNE FURNITURE GO., LTD.
KsKv-a,-in-S-j.-v rJ rJ-rJ r-zsrJr- rJ uTJJrJrJ-rrJ-rJr.
Si You Fare Well
When you patronlza our ettabllthment. The reitaur
ant blllof-fare for every meal Is of a great variety. Each
article Is always fresh and moderately priced.
Try our delicious Ice cream and pastry.
You can find a large stock of home-made candles here
and we have Just received a late shipment of Ounther't
I The Palm, 116 Hotel St.
WOT TO EAT AND WHERE TO BUY IT.
CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES in Glass. Grape Fruit Marmalade.
, SILL PICKLED. .French Prunes in gloss.. Pin Mousy Sweet Pickles.
, TOHATUS A fine anti-grippe tonic. Enchilados. Chili Con Carne.
Chicken Tamales. Olives stuffed with Anchovies.
DEALERS IN DELICATESSEN.
I oiuie 8. Pn I id DEALERS IN DELICATESSEN .
LQWIo 06 UU'i LIU i, 169 King St, Phone Main 240
To ti, '.a that are past!
Tis well they didn't last;
Our Chinese cooks had fun,
But we, alasl had none
Cold joints are good enough,
But oh! we like "hot stuff,"
No skittles and no beer,
For us, Chinese New Year.
"Life is not all beer and skit
tles" But it will be if we drink
ItillnghrSirV 3 l
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C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main J 33 J'
Curoslty. often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
don't try It with paptr patterns. A garment spollet nxceeds
tho cost of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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