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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, t II.. TUESDAY, APFIL IS. 1907.
the ARAB PATROL to Inspect our new
stock of Hanan Shoet.
Remember that by your appearance
to Will you an Impression make.
Loi Angelea It a fashionable city
and Its people are dress critics.
Your shoes are the base of your at
tire. We have Hanan'. newest and most
Inspect these, buy, a pair and realize!
the contentment and.self-satlsfled feel.
Ing that every wearer of this celebrat
cd shoe enjoys.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
25 TONS '
MARBLE AND GBANITE
juat received. Many, new designs to
be seen at
J. G, Axtell & Co,,
1048 AND 50 ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. B. 0. Box 642.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Ci Rfi Turkish Bath and Oj CA
wliJU Sleeping Apartment OliJU
At Hotel Baths
A Roast of Mutton
You may have your choice of mutton as long as
the supply lasts. The Ventura brought us the best
lot of New Zealand mutton we have had in a long
Metropolitan Meat Co.
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA MINT,
PEACH MELLOW and GINGER ALE
the purest goods manufactured in
Consolidate Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
G. SXLEITHEAD v MANAGER
Famous Extracts, Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHENEY'S LI8TERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINEST MADE.
Makes Teeth Ivory White, Kills Decay Germs.
LEWIS & CO., LTD., .
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
160 KING STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 240.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO., 176-190 KINQ STREET. PHONE J87.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 16,1907
NAME OF STOCI
Willed & (Ira)'R Journal fur March
28 reports an follow a on the raw sugar
HAWS. The week under review has
been one of much activity, strength HH Sugar Co
and confidence In all sugar markets, jjonoviia Surm Co
closing with a strom: tone and slitns of llnlku SucarCov..
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fsniiuKti riamsii.nl n
CIlfrtrr ft Cc.
Fwa riatiiAtion Co , ,
Hawaiian Antic Cn
Haw Com & "Sag Ci
Iluslness Included sales to Bnecnlat
ors, as ell as to refiners. Tho leading
motive to the firmness Is the Improve
ment made In the Huronean beet sugar
market without adequate cnliso there-.
for being given, lied sugnr from 9s.
1 l-2d. advntiLed l 9s. .1 3-4il., reacting
to 94. 3d. at the clime. Java sugar also
reached 1 1-2(1. from the top. 1'otslbly
the fact tnat the dual tlgures of the
outturn or the domestic beet sugar
a op have nn Influence townuls reac
tion, as well as the coiitlnlftil fine
ncnthei In Cuba, maintaining grinding
without diminution as et
Cuba receipts at uhlnpln,: ports for
I he week were G1.000 Ions. I' S. re
ceipts were .1.1,1:5 tons. Meltings, 40,
000 tons. Stocks In U. 8. and Cuba
together, fi28,G2G tons, against GO'J.BOI
tons Inst vviek and 410,214 tons lust
SaleH for the week were some 200,000
bags Cuba centrifugals on lutsls of 2 1-1
c. c. and f for 90 test for April ship
ment. SKit nud prompt shipment were
plated at ,03c. less, equal to 3 5Sc. per
lb, duty paid.
Our latest, most reliable, mid valu
able advices on the Cuba imp confirm
us In our estimate of 1,230,000 tons
Tor five months tliero has been
scarcely n drop of ruin in the Island;
every day has seen the i entrain work
ing at full capacity turning out the
crop most rapidly.
During this time, hnvvevoi, the ex
treme dry weather has told scvercl) on
Hie old cane, which now iiIiowh hollow
tiess, while the jouug cane, planted Inst
spring, has been kept back In growth
and but little' of It will be tit to cut
On many estntes tho Kiinnb of cane
Is already nearly exhausted, and the
ltl.l.lnt..l I,-.. t. I...1. t n. .
i iiiii'uuy neuriy exiiuusifd. auu uir i,,u,vinin nun .iKiHHiiunii cu., i
number of tentials gilndlng will shoir per cent.
:i marked decrease by tho middle of
House lllll 1G3, appropriating JIR.OOO
lor the embankment at Wctmea, Kauai,
lame up for third reading. On motion
by Knudsen the amount was reduced
to $12,000. It bad been round, he said,
tjiat this was sufficient. TIu bill passed
House lllll 151, providing for the sale
or lease or certain property, was re
ferred to tho Judiciary Committee.
llouso Hill 1GG. relating to coroner'.)
inquests, paused second reading.
House lllll 190, amending the. arson
law so ns to Include ship's cargoes,
passed second reading.
Senate bill 101, tho nntl-slgnboard
bill, passed third leading, only Mc
Carthy voting agnlnst It.
Senate lllll 103, appropriating for
thu jm.vment of certain Hawaii claims,
amounting to $3225, wus referred to
the IjiiuIh Committee.
House Hill 133., appropriating .'000
for tho Hawaii Kxpcrliuent Station's
Immediate use, passed second reading.
Senate lllll 104, providing for tho
condemnation of (eitaln lands for Ir
rigation purposes, was referred to the
l.anjt Committee. I
House lllll 91, tho bill to regulate the
practice of medicine and surgery, ciune
up for second leading. Smith defend
ed the bill, but Howsett said he could
not bcu why the Legislature should al
low a trust or doctors to control the
piactliu or massage, lomlloml, and
water cure. He moved that the bill Ik'
jo timcndi-d that these could be prac
ticed by la) men, as was recommended
iy his minoiity re.nort.
Knudsen did not bee any reason why
tho present law should bo amended.
Afler considerable discussion the bill
huh finally tabled, and Senate lllll 39,
allowing la) men, fo treut leptoiy and
Kllnl Plantation Co Ltd
kipaliulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Oalm Sugar Cn
(Vricola Sugar Plant do
(llaa sugar Co I til
I'AAhau Sugar flint Co
ractno sugar Mill
Pala IMinuiljii Co
Pfikc.i sugar Co .,
I'ltlnr Mill Co
W-MuVu Sutfai Co
Waimrn Sugar Mill Co
Inlf f.Ulanri Strnm N Co
llrni M T R. I. Co 1'rcl
Hon KTXi I. Co Com
Mutual Tekl lione Co
I'anl Up .
Oaliu R Si 1. Co .
Hon lift M Co ...
llw Trr4pi'l'lrt I'll
flaw I it 4 p r ..
Haw Trr 4H pc.
Haw Trr4H pc ...
Haw Trr t (ic.,...
Haw Om'l 5pc .,
Cal llfrt hug S Ktl Cn
II aw Com fc Sng Cos K
law -iik r cud H
1 1 11.1 K KCo Oh 6 tit
Hon K T ft I. Cot pc
haniiKii ,'iint cob pc
Oiliu K ft I. Co 6 p C"
t) iliu Sugar Co 6pc
OUa sugar Co6iir .
Pala Plantation Co
Pionrrr Mill Co 6 l.c
, 1,1)117 1 CO I OS
S 000 oj
, fl)f Qtr
4 I 4
Sales Iletweeii llontds: J5 O. it. &
I. Co., t'll.r,0; $.'.',00 (). It. & U Gs,
SIOL'.CO; MOOUCal Itef Gs, $103; $5000
Wnlnlua fis, $99; r, O.ihu Sug. Co..
$21.30. Session, Hwu, $23 50; 10
Latest sugar quotation, 3.735 cents,
or $74.70 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9s 4 1-2(1
SUGAR, - - 3.735
Henry Watirhouse Tjrust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WIlllAMSOM Manigtr,'
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
some other diseases, shared the same
Chllltogworlh Introduced a Hatth-tcKt
bill, and Hajseldcn one to nbolluh tho
olllce of Commissioner or Public In
Ltructlon. Dowvett opposed the latter,
but both passed first reading by title.
, MOTH-EATEN BILL
'Continued from Psoe 1.1
Hughes said tho bill wouldn't hold
water. "It would be Just dead tlm
bor, and there Is no uso In filling up
our statute books with laws llko this.
H wo vnnt to play politics or get out
of n lud hole, I say pass this bill."
Kalelopu wanted tho Speaker to
order Hughes to withdraw his re
marks, which ho thought reflected on
Hughes said ho would do nothing
or the kind, and that Kalelopu was
over-sensitive, anyway. Ho pointed
out tho contradictory nature of thu
various phrases of tho bill, which ho
mild millllled one another.
Conea moved Sheldon's amend
ment bo tabled. Carried.
ltiwltns usU'd tho Introducer or
tho bill why he left out of It persons
fuppoied to huve leprosy, confining
It to known lepers Kalana replied
that he wanted the hill to uppl) to
those In the hands of the Hoard of
"The absurdity of the gentleman's
contention Is nppnrent," said Haw
litis. "If I am supposed to hnvc the
bubonic plague, have I not n right to
be treated before the disease devel
ops? If a man Is supposed to have
leprosy, liasnl he u right to be treat
ed? The time to trent n disease It
when It Is In the Initial stage. I
can't see why thnt was left out or
Kalana made n rambling explana
tion which explained nothing.
Knwllns proceeded to tnngle hint
up In knots. Ho said the Legisla
ture had voted to estnbllsh n hospital
at the receiving station, hut the bill
did not provide tor nnjane to go thcro
1o trent the suspect
"Tho bill Is carelessly drawn,"
said ltawllns, "and I think we ought
to defer It to tomorrow morning to
hnvc It straightened out."
KALKIOPU AND IIACTKHIOI.OOY
Kilelopu opposed nnvasuch play for
time He made his usual blind ut
tack on the Hoard of Health, spying
there lire hundreds of men nt Molo
l.nl nn the sny so of ono man, and
that Is why the House has cut out
tho salary of tho bacteriologist. Tho
word "bacteriologist" ahva)s throws
Kalelopu Into a frenzy.
"It's n shame," he said, "lljat n
man like one I know should bo nt tho
leper settlement on the su-o of ono
man, who sas ho lias leprosy. Thcio
w.is terrible friction two je.irs ago
between the Legislature and thu
Hoard or Health over ono woman,
and she Is now over there on the say
so or the Hoard of Health. 1 think
this Is a good bill nud we ought to al
low anyone who wants to do so to go
over there nud try to cure lcpros."
The motion to postpone considera
tion or the hlll"was lost and the vote
As might have been expected of u
House that passed the Wullnch reso
lution, the House passed the fre.ll.
bill, the vote standing 1G to 11.
Tho House spent an hour and u
hair this morning on thu Municipal
measure, Senate lllll 42. Most or
that time wus spent In reading "the
CG piges or tho bill on third reading,
there being not a gie.it deal or dis
cussion. No final notion was taken on the
hill. It being deferred until tomor
ltawllns opposed the measure In Its
prcrent form. He explained that ho
was not opposed to it mtinii Ipal gov
ernment for San Francisco, hut the
ptescnt hill contains too many do
fects. One thing to which ltawllns ob
jected was tho power given tho Su
pervisors to condemn property.
He pointed out several other flaws
In tho bill, nnd finally moved thnt
turthcr consideration of It he defer
led until tomorrow, which carried.
There appears to be n series of ob
stacles alieaif fori the bill, and If It
ever passes the House It Is more than
probable that It will be in such nn
amended form ns to bo unrecognis
able when It reaches tho Senate
DOWN WITH TUB .MONOO03K
Qulnn's House lllll 197, to encour
age the extermination or mongooso
by p.i)lngn bounty on thoso killed,
passed third reading without discus
sion. It was taken largely us a Joke
by tho House, many or tho members
answering "kiinaluu" when their
names were llrst called, to worry tho
CUT SIIULDON'S HILL
Sheldon's Wiiimea river wall hill
was icturncd fioni tho Semite, with
tho amount of tho appropriation
changed fioni $13,000 to $12,000.
The House agreed to tho change.
ANY UAGS. ANY IIOTTLKS?
Houso lllll 207, to protect the own
ers or soda water yottles, siphons,
cic cumo up lor iniru reauiug nun
Kalelopu moved it, bo indefinitely
iostyoucd. "If we pass tlls bill,"
ho said, "it will cost the person who
bleaks ono or these bottles 30 cents,
and they are not worth It. The
passage or this hill would bo n hard
ship on the poor people who make a
livelihood selling these bottles."
Cone) defended tho bill, contend
ing that tho bill applies only to bot
tles bearing thu marks or devices of
the original owners.
Eat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
- and all at Reasonable Prices.
116 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 311
We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS just arrived. ,
v We make 'em to your measure at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
A RAINIER TOAST
l-rom Rainier' Icy mountain,
By PuQet's placid Sound,
There flows a bubbling fountain
That's known the world around.
Then fill a goblet mellow,
Of foamy Rainier Beer,
And drink to each good fellow!
Good fellows far and near!
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I Also, ReadyMade Muslin Shirt Waists i
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: A Choice Roast
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that kind at 16c per lb.
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