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The HAWAIIAN COILED SPRI NO FENCE, one of the hundred styles
made by the Duplex Automatic Ball-Bcaring Wire Fence Machine. Sold by
J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T. H.
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Famous Extracts, Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHENEY'S LI8TERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINE8T MADE.
Make Teeth Ivory White, Kills Decay Cermi.
LEIS & CO., LTD,,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAn
169 KINO STREET.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDG., 17G-100 KING STREET.
Lot 65 L
Gun Metal Calf
FH0NE BLUE 1801.
P. O. BOX G42.
TELEPHONE MAIN 240.
The best butter we have told for
months is the
Crystal Springs Brand
just ill from the Coast. It has nil
of the good points of the early spring
Kind and has a line buttery flavor.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want loda water that It PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
3ER RLE '.he puroit goods manu
factured In town.
Walter Works Co
and Monument Works
i Cinrnlkow, .MncdoiiRnll & Co. of Now
York rcKrt on incur m follows
I New York, I'rlilnv. March IS. 1907.
Our Inst report was dntcd 8th Mnrch
The IfiM purcbncof Inst week have'
litPll fnllimril lie Ilia full llm, ..Miittllv
tunics nfler cxtrnvUn onerntlons In
which our pilnclp.il bujer secure nil
ino sugars they wnnt for Iho tlmo hv
lug. It lias nlm), m too frequently hap-
iv-nr, been followed liy offering, from
holntcd Hellers who lind failed to Ink
Jilvnulnco of the nctlp dpiiuind whllo
it existed. These offer iick. orfKtOil
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uiwi n mnriici niosi or wiuira ciirrcnt
nniiis nnii nirrauy uyen met, wore mo
tniifC of n lonetlou micli nM iiiIrIU he
oxpectpil titulor tho rlrcumitiinrpii, nml
huiliicrj dm hern done nt 1-ICp. dprlluo
rn.m last week's p. Ices for Am II slilp-
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uiiuiuivii, hit iiim, wnii n jirciprriv
Hill of .flln ! nmv plvliiv sunt, fidlu
51c f II. ..rlro Ii ,n.i i,
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iho hada. ot Internntlonnl iimrkct".
Such iiinrkctB lipcpssnrlly count" for
Jlttlo as Ioiib ns production In the Is-
mini is nt Its prcepnt helclit, nnd the
nouung Kiwcr Is limited, but the
amount of ?H4ly production hns
reached Us ciilmlnntlon for the sea-
tnn, nnd the pressure of the nop upon
hip market must ri initially dlsnpiiear,
A fair pstlmntc of the crop mndo up
to llnte Would he 77ft.non tntm. ntid It
Is hpllcVed thnt the quantity that inny
pt lip made will not excred .lOO.OOO to
COO.OOp tons. As tho totnl already mar
keted cannot he far nhort of 700,000
loir It is nppnrent Hint tho tnnxltuum
weight of tho crop hns been felt, and
that planters have arrived at n point
In their tlnancps which enables them
to exercise somo power of resistance.
European heet markets hnve been
quiet throiiKhout the week, nnd nt tho
closn nre Bllnbtly easier. Today's f. o.
Ii. quotations ate: March, Os.: April,
'Ji, .May, 0s. Id.; AiiRiist, 9s, 3d.; next
crop, Octolipr-Uecpmbcr, 9s. 0 1-ld.
Java sugar for June-July shipment
are held for 10. c. f.. n urlce enulv-
nlent to n landed cost hero of about I
3.92c, or .12c. lilghpr than our present
ipot market. As AiiKiixt heels, which
would ho of the samo delivery hero an
June-July Jnvns, nre held for 9s. 3d. f.
u. lcqual to 3.93c. for 90 centrifugals.
It will ho seen how much out of har
mony our present market Is with tho
markets from one or both ot which
the U. S. final supplies must be drnwu.
Tho far Kast. Including- Ilrltlsh India,
is Btllt nn Important fnclor In deter
mining tho prko nt which Javns will
NEEDS OF SCHOOLS
3Gth Day Afternoon Session.
The secretary notified Iho Henatn that
tho Governor had signed Senate 1)111
.'S, lelatlnt; to ninrrlngo-contracts.
Tim Senato resolved Itself Into a
Committee of tho Whole nnd resumed
consideration of tho departmental cx-
ppnso mil 011 seconu rending, u toox
up tho Hems under the Department ot
Public Instruction, which wcro ex-
IN THE CIRCUIT COUItT OK THE
Klist Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chnmbcis; In Probate. In tho
matter of tho Estuto of Antonln llo
telho of Honolulu, O.iliu. dccciseil.
On lending and filing tho petition
nnd accounts of .1, 1'. Dl.in of h.ild llo
noliilu, administrator of nald estate,
wlioroln ho neks to bo allowed SKI. Of!
nnd hu charges himself with 1C11.9H,
nnd asks thnt tho sumo may ho ill
umined nnd approved, mid that u llu-
ni oilier inny no niaiio oi iiiHiriuiiiiun
of tho propel ty icinainliig in his
hands to tho persons thcroto entitled,
nnd illschnrgliiR him and his sureties
from all further responsibility nu
Mich administrator. It is ordered that
Monday, tho Ctli day -of Mny, A. D.
.1907, at 10 o'clock a. in., beforo tho
Judge of said court nt tho court
loom ot tho salil court at Honolulu,
Island ot Oalui, bo nnd tho samo hnro
by Is appointed us 1,'ie, tlmo and. plnco
fcr hearing Bald petition nnd ac
counts, and thnt all persons Interest'
ed may then and thcro appear nnd
show causo, If any thoy luivo, why
tho sumo Bliould notibo granted, and
may pi cunt ovidenco iib to who are
entitled to tho said property.
Dated nt Honolulu, this 2(Uh day
of March, 1007.
ALEXANDEIt WND3AV, Jit.,
2d Judge, Circuit Court, 1st Circuit.
JOHN MAHCAI.IalNO, Clork.
30GS Mar. 28; Apr. 4, 11, 18.
THE BEST YET
This beer Is now being distributed by the Honolulu
Brewing Cqrnpany. It Is meeting with instantaneous fa
vor and promltes to be the most popular offering ever
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE!
HONOLULU, April 4, 1907
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Walling Sujar Mill Co
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N.iiiiu UubUrCo ,
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IhloK K Co
Hon Bit MCn:
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Cal Bill S"Z H Ktl Co
1 1 aw Coin Pi Sue Co i jw
liaw -.nnr ui o n c.
Illto K KCci Con 6 ,
Hull RTa I. Cut i i
Kaliuau PhnlCi6 in
Oaliu Kit I.C.i6pc"
Oaliu SUKBr Co 6 c
Dha Sunar Cu6 tic ..
I'ala Plamalloii Co
t'lonccr Mill Co 6 pc
Uaialul ,;tlc Co ipe
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Sales llet. Hoards- 40 O. U. &
1,. Co.. S?:,; r,o i:wa. S23.75; 400 llono
kan, ll.C2Vi: 200 Holiokna, )I1.C2;
77 Walalua, 77.
LatcU suear quotation, 3.61 cents.
or $72.20 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9s 2 l-4d
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co;,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Ma Mitt,
FORT' AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
plained by Superintendent liabbltt.
Dowsett wanted to know nbout the
Item of $29,500 for Oulm school re
pairs. This wns nlmo3t treble the sum
oppropilated last session. Babbitt said
this was absolutely necessary, Tho
state of tho schools would show It. In
regard to tho Janitor Item lid said that
In tho past tho buildings had suffered
becnusc of lack of funds to pay for n
sufllcleut Janitor service.
Hewitt wuntcd to know about tho
780 for Holuuloa, Included In tho
$20,875 for Hawaii school repairs. Hu
said M. I' Scott had put up a t-ccond
stoiy. Smith aLcd it It wcro not fair
that ho bo reimbursed. Hewitt said
no. After going over tho detailed ex
penditures proposal on .Maul mid
Kauai, whereupon Superintendent of
Public Woriiii Holloway took tho floor
to explain tho Hems under tho Durcau
of Agriculture and Forestry. ,
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AID LOCAUIQUOR MEN
Tho Merchants' Association met
this forenoon nt 11 o'clock. Present:
Ed. Paris, E. A. Mclnerny, (loo. W.
Smith, M. Phillip, W. W. Harris,
l'rcd, Mncfarlano ami Mr, Lewis.
Minutes of previous meeting read
A petition to tho 1'realdcnt ot tho
United Stntes from tho Jqpaneso liq
uor dealers of Honolulu embodying n
tequcut for a final decision on tho
hako matter, which involves mmo
$800,000 of duties paid under pro
test, wns presented to tho Merchants'
Association for Indorsement.
After bomo discussion tho motion
was made, seconded and voted to In
dorsq tho petition.
It is tho Japancso Intention to for
ward tho petition to tho Prebldeut
through tho Japancho Consul,
An thcro mo soverul liquor Arms
outsldo of Japancso who are deeply
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Tnll) ho, livery, autos. Btkydu. Hthl.
mk prices nt Hie New llnslnnd link-
nt rottnge Sen
i no new pt spring nnd siiiiiiiier urns
I tuati rials nre now lieltiR dlsplnypil l)
I the Rnths Dry (loods Co.
Denny & (ii. lent niitomatlc lenlni;
innchlncs, $1. per week or $3 n month.
I'houe .Main US, IMrt at.
Cxpcrt lint Cleaners. Pirt St.. opu
Club stnblrs, do bent work In l'niinuin,
Ktrnw or felL Work ciiarnntcpil
Olive llintirli llpbeknli Unr No, 2,
I. O. O. IV will hold their reRillnr
lurctlliR this PNcnliiK nt 7s30 o'clock.
The story of "A Ocnerou Hear" on
page 4 of today's llulletln contains
tome Interesting facts to insurers ntid
The Ikurd of Supervisors of the I'rcc
Klinlei Kartell nnd Children's Aid As
loclntlon will hold their regular
monthly meeting Friday April S, at
!l;ln n. Ml In llin V W C.. A. rimnm.
The following freight nrrhed on tho.
Chiudlno this morning: 3000 bags of
.in par, 3S bngs of torn, 21 lings of cop
per, .1 homes, 71 hogs, tit ackngcs or
empty Imttlcs nnd 57 packages of
Kalclopii Introduced n resolution In
the llouso yesterday afternoon nutlior
Izlni; the Speaker, with tho npprovul
of the chairman of the committees on
Account nml l'rliitlng, tu employ nn
extra clerk or clerks to prepare for
printing tho Journal of the llousn of
Itrpiesentathcs of 1907, nnd to call
for bids for inch printing anil binding
nnd to Immediately proceed to com
plete said work. Adapted.
010 A ii
A most Interesting book nnd one
which Is cxlrenioT- rnre, as it was
published In 17G8, lias been present
ed to Chester Duylo of this city by
Capt. D.tvld Thomas of the ship Clav-
erdon. It Is n history o( a voyage
.round tho world, complied by ltlcli
nrd Wnlter, tho chaplain of tho En
r.llsh warship Centurion, which was
one of tho ohlps In tho squadron of
Lord George Anson, which mndo the
trip around the world, leaving Eng
land In 1739. Nearly four ycais
were taken up In tho voyage, of
which n most Interesting nccoutit Is
given, telling of tho various experi
ences which wcro met by tho squad
ion in its long cruise,
Tho squadion did not stop lii.lla
wall, but gives most Interesting nc
counts of tho South Sea Islands and
tells of Manila, wfleh wns in thoso
das a most Important port In tho
Pacific. Thu hook Is dedicated to
John, Duko of lledford, nnd with a
list of titles taking up n whole para
graph. It Is remarkably well pre
served for so old a book and Is well
printed, though old-stylo letters nro
used, nnd till one gets used to the
ttyle of printllig Is rather difficult to
With tho arrival of tho Alameda to
morrow from thu Coast the Mutual
Telcphono Co. will start In rcul enrn
est on tho work of changing over their
Hyvlt-m to ixiinmon biittery, tho most
modern of alt the appliances known lo
telephone, experts. The new switch
Imard will arrlur on tho "fcrrjun.it'
nnd tho worlc of Installation will com
mence ImiiiPillatply. There lias been
nn expert In tho city from Chicago
for sonic weeks preparing everything
for tho Installation of tho new switch
board nnd Acting Superintendent Con
Ion, who Is taking Superintendent I.e
hlgh's plnco while tho latter Is on thn
Conit, has been looking after nil the
I details which will hasten Its equip
Them Is nlw a great deal of work
to ho done on tho outsldo lines of tho
company and numerous cables nro to
bo strung to Improvo tho service in
tho outlying districts. All tho cross
arms with knobs arc to b'o taken down
nnd arms with pins nnd glass Insulat
ors will be used In their place. In this
way u great deal of thn noUo on (lis
lines which now bothcis tho residence
section ot the city will bo avoided.
Kiiiinrlntpiiilpnt I.phlch 1h In Sun
Francisco nt present puichaslng largo
supplies ot material for uso In tho ie -
construction nnd when ;ie returns win
have all tho wire, cables and other
necessary material to go ahead with
tho big Job ho has on hand.
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interested and hao considerable
nionoy Involved, or, It might bo said,
tied up In tho same cause, tho Asso
ciation win ruueavor 10 iiuvu u simi
lar petition drawn up by thoso In
tel ested und forwarded with tho As
relation's liidoisement nt tho same
tlmo that tho Japancso Instrument
The matter of business licenses, as
set forth lii tho newly promulgated
bill, camo in for n fair Bharo of argu
ment. No dpflnitu action was taken,
as the Association is awaiting nn nn-
bwer tif a le'tter sent to the (lovernor
treating on that subject. k
Ono of tho mcnibfrs prosoiit, in
coinmeiitinrr'ou tho inci cased fees for
business licenses, quoted tho now li
cense feo lo bo applied to barbers,
nnd remarked that Carter would nov
el' stand for that,
No further hunlficHs coining up tho
onillluDUAHU Hill 1; a
Eat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices,
116 HOTEL STREET
We Just Oot 'Em
, New Lot SPRING SUITINGS just arrived.
Wc make 'em to your measure at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
C A. Nclson; Agt.
rj-rJ&J-rJ J -J-rrJ-rJ-rJ-rJ-rs rJ
New Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace
Side and Back Combs
jg Also, Ready-Made
Hotel Street Store
ONE OF MANY OF
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At E, W. Jordan & Co., Limited
PHONE MAIN 3J1
A RAINIER TOAST
A toast, the Kamaaina!
Though tourists help a lot,
They're but a passing fashion,
He's "Johnnie on the spot!"
The tourist says "Aloha,"
He always has his say,
The kamaaina feels it
For loved Hawaii Nci.
New strength and vigor in every
drop. RAINIER BEER.
Phone Main J 33 J
Muslin Shirt Waists
EWA SIDE MARKET.
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR DOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
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