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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOHJLO.T. It., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. 1907.
the ARAB PATROL to Inspect our new
slock of Hanan Shoes.
Remember that by your appearance
to will you an Impreitton make.
Lot Angeles Is a fashionable city
and Its people are dress critics.
Your shces are the base of your at
We have Hanan's newest and most
populjr creations. j
Inspect these, buy a pair and realize'
the contentment and elf-satlafled feel '
Ing that every wearer of this celebrat
cd shce enjoys.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
MARBLE AND GRANITE
just received. Many new designs to
be seen at
J. G. Axteil .& Co,,
1048 AND 60 ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. F. 0. Box 642.
HONOLULU, T. H.
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
169 KING STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 240,
Wlllett & (Irny's Sugar Journal l
April 4 reports on raw mignr a fol
lows: HAWS. The woelt under review hits
been n uniting week, In which the
Easter liolldnyH added tu tho quiet
and Indisposition to do business, and
the changes takliiK place amount to
little or nothing In their Itifluonce on
Kpot centrlfitKalH gained .1c. per 100
lbs. In iittotatlons, and a similar gain
In shipment sugars.
An effort on the part of sellers to
obtain a further ailviiluc Mas met by
lefuvut thus fur on the part of buyers,
although the Until recovery of strength
In the European markets In In favor
of sellers again. The offerings of
Culms lira now at 2 l-4c, c. ami f for
KG test In tho least desirable positions,
and 2,5-lGc. for alt April shipments, 'Jii
lest, while for May shipment purchases
can be made at same price for 9.", test
Diners hesitate at these prices, but
the tone nud tendency favor sellers. At
the close It Is generally lielieved that
some 75,(100 biigH were sold for May
clearance at 2 S-lCe. c. and f., basis 9fi,
iiliial to 3.C7c. duty paid.
Iteiclpts ror the week were M.7C5
tons, meltings reduced by holidays lo
31,000 Ions uml stocks Increased tu
2GJ..191 tons, ugnlnst 246.318 tons last
ear. Total stock In the U. K. anil Culm
together, 074,331 tons, uealusl 401.318
tons last year.
European markets were also Inter
rupted by holidays, und suffered reuc
llon of only 3-4d.. which Is fully recov
ered at tho close, which Is steady at
Us. 3d., equal to 3.93c. jier lb. for 9ti
There arc no Indications of wrnkness
anywhere, although quietness may pre
vail while wuljlng developments from
Rules for tho week amount to about
200,000 hags of centrifugals ut prices
Just now Is tho critical period ns ie-
gards estimating the Una I outturn of
the Cuba croji. If our Information
proves correct and tho grinding of
cano draws to a closo during the next
few weeks, theie will lie no necessity
of changing our jiresent cMlmntu from
I.2..0.000 tons, except to say thai this
Is now a minimum estimate. If. how
ever, on the other hand, the crop re
ceipts should continue on the present
high scale. It will naturally lurreusn
ttit! nnal crop tlgures, us according to
it uablu just lecelved hy us from Ha
vana tho crop pioductlon for the entire
island tu Marcli 31st Is 1,017,192 tons,
lequlrlng only 238,t08 tons more to
complete 1,2." 0,000 tons.
The next few weeks' returns from
Cuba are of extreme Importance In de
ciding the effect on tho croi as given
In our Inst issue.
i Cfl Turkish Bath and Oj CO
OliuU Sleeping Apartment OliJU
At Hotel Baths
A Roast of Mutton
You may have your choice of mutton ai 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 HINT,
PEACH MELLOW and OINOER ALE
the purest goods manufactured in
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. S. LEITHEAD MANAGER
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG Bl.DG., 176-190 )INO STREET. PHONE 287.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 17, 1907
KAMR OP STOCK
C Brewer A Cc -....-
llflwCmti JkSuR Co '
Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokia Supar Co .
Ilftlku Stiirar Cn
Knliuku I'lantitlnn Co
Kil)t I'UliUllnii co Lin
Klpitiulu Sugar Co
Kotoa Siijfr Co .
Ual.u Sonar Co . . .
OokoU bujear Plant Co
Uiaa Mignr to i.ui .
W OMHIll f i I
Pa tli m Sugar VwA Co
I'ala I'Untatloii Co .
r1kri iuear Co..!
INiMircr Mill Co. ...
Vaialu4 A Kite Co
Wr'IukuSuftar Co ..
Walmfttijlu Sueur Co
Valmm Sur Mill Co
trilffUlitnl Strain NCol
MonKT LCn 1'rcl
HmiRTft L Co Com
Muliial Tclcplume Co
MiluK Kto. . . .
Moil Uft MCo-
iiaw ivr t tic. .. .
HawTrr 4H lc
IUm (hii t tic
Cal Brtt Sit A Kel Co
b jir ..
ItalkuSuiTir Ci6 tir
j jkw Com Sii(C Co J K
llaw Siiifar L'u6 lie...
ItlloK kCo Con t pr
IIOII K I NI.UIDI(
KBIUIKII t'Mlll LO OIIC
Oaliu Sugar Co 6i c
Olaa Sugar Co 6j c...
t'ala ("Mutation Co ..
I'lonrcr Mill Co 6 tic
Waiatua Agrlc Co jfr
.irnrjuca ,o at,.
STOCKS IN 'FRISCO
Following are the quotations for
sugar stockH in tue San Krancltico Ex
cliniiKi, April 10:
Haw Com 82V4
llonokaa nifc 11
Hutch. S. 1. UVi 1C
Makawell 25 30
I'nauhau 14V4 14
Union StiKar IS
ill) JMK)I 45
WORK OF HOUSE
(Continued from Page 4)
l'ix)in a Hoard of Impeachment to the
CourtH of tho Territory for the rtason
that such a noard Is a illfTercnt kind of
a body and piocccds In a different man
per to that of tho CimrtR.
The leport wmh ailojitid und the bill
riNANCU COMMITTER HEt'OKTU
The rinunet) Committee retried fuv
orably on Iloiife 1)111 21C, relating to
imiuranro corporations and companion.
The report war adopted and the bill
carried throiiKti second rcadlnir.
Tho samo commlttco lecoiumemlcd
that lloiibo HIM 45, relating to llcenso
fccB, be tabled oh tho subject matter
miH been covered by Ilouxe 111 213
Tho riwrt wus adopted and tho bill
On recommendation of the Klnanco
Committee the House tabled Senate
DIM 7, relating to marriage licenses.
The commlttco felt that to limit the
granting of nmiriage licenses to den
uty sheriffs would make It too hard for
some people to get married, as It would
necessitate, In some lUBtances travelling
some miles to get n permit, while now
permits can be obtained from tho many
ugeniH wno nave me rlglit to grant
Two nwa llccnso hills, 174 and 191.
were tabled on lecommendatlon of the
Finance Committee, which stated In Its
icport mat the subject matter hud been
covered by House Hill "08.
Tho Finance, Committee made an
other report' i ecommending the tabling
oi uouse mil is.', on me groiud that Its
subjeit matter had been covered by
I fno twn
1 (Kl.fXIQ i
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Sales Hotwecn IJoanU: r I.-I. S. N.
Co.J 130; 10 Wnlalun, $78.23; 10 Oahu
Hni;. J;M.r0. Hhu1uu. '2ti Haw. C. & S.
Lateit tuaar Quotation. 3.725 cents.
or $74.70 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9s 5 l-4d
SUGAR, - 3.735
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Dipaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Minagtr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 5T8.
TEL. PRIVATE' EXCHANGE 4.
the passage of House Dili S8. Adopted.
Still nnother rejiort mado by the
Klnanco Committee was on Joe
Cohen's measure. House Dili 214, relat
ing to licenses for public shows. The
committee recommended the passage
of the bill with certain amendments.
Hut the amendments proved a hard Jolt
for Joo compared with tho original bill,
which made the license fee for bIiows
(CO annually. The amendments change
this to (00 per 30 days. Tho report
Tho Miscellaneous Committee report
ed on Knleo's House Resolution 1G3,
asking that $2U.U00 io Inserted in the
appropriation bill for tho construction
of the Horseshoe road around I'auoa
valley, and 110,000 for the purchasing
or tlie Boring water of rauoa valley
The reKrt was favorable- and lengthy,
going Into details as to why these np-
piopilatlons should bo made. Adopted.
The Agricultural Commlttco reported
favorably on House Hill 212. exempt
ing tho coffee raising Industry from
taxation for live ears. The report was
Senate III It 30, the salary appropria
tion hill, was reported from Committee
of tho Whole and passed second read
ing. Tho hill now curries au appropri
ation of $1,712,140 $16,000 less than
when It came from tho Senate.
SHIPPING ON COAST
The bark 11. 1. mthet, Capt. Drew,
leached San Francisco on April 6,
after u Duo passage of 1814 days from
litis city. Tlie bark Edward May, Cap-
uiu Joigensou, from Kleelc, arrived on
the sumo day.
The schooner Defender sailed from
pan Francisco for Mahukona on April
(', with u geueiul cargo valued at
The schooner Helene, Captain
Thompson, cleaied from San Krun
iltco for Honolulu on April p.,
"Why does the higher prlco of beer
worry you so? I thought you were, u
"Yes, hut I hate five sons at tho uni
versity." I.tistlitti matter. -
SOLD ALSO IN BOTTLES
(Continued from Page 2)
amendments to the wording of the
bill winch, were purely technical, lie
also moved to strike out the provl
rlon Hint the rules for voting for'
members of the Legislature shall gov-'
cm in voting on the liquor license.
He offered a few other amendments!
designed to plug tip some of the
holes made In the hill the last time
It was considered. I
Mahoe, who has been remarkably'
sllcnc recently, objected to otlng on
luch n hunch of amendments, ns their
meaning had not yet percolated
through his head. He moved that I
the tommlttco rise and report prog-
ess mid defer notion until tomorrow.
Tho motion receiving no second, the
chairman asked the Interpreter to
rnllghten Mahoe as to the meaning
nl thi) amendments. Hut Mahoe was
still In the dark. He wanted to
know what would happen in case of
a th vote, l'all explained, that that
Is provided ror In tlie bill.
Then Knnlho took his turi at
amending. Ills amendment was that
in c.tso of a tie vote n new election
shall he held. It was loit. Kalci-
Itawllns had another. He wanted
to add u new section to the effect
that the Territorial Secretary upon
receipt of (he returns from each pro
duct shall publish in English and
ilnwallau papers u list of those pro
ducts which have voted to allow liq
uor to be sold, and of those which
have voted against It. This would
serve as n notice to the public (n
man would know where to go to get
his booze). Adopted.
A motion was made that the com
Mlttee rise und report progress and
lerommcnd that the bill pass second
leading. There was a squabble of
about If. minutes over the form of
Ituwllns ended it by remarking
that It seemed to him that the House
wanders off one day on questions of
high llnanre and '.ho next to rhctorl-
inl and grammatical construction.
Silvn moved the committee rise
end nsk to sit again April 30. Lost.
Knlelopu's motion that the com
mittee rise and report progress, rec
ommend the passage of the hill on
reeoud reading, und ask further time
to nic a written report, carried, and
the committee rose.
House Hill -IVi, the coffee bill, was
talici up on second reading, Correa
being ready with his minority report.
Correa was of the opinion that the
bill was Introduced In" tho interest of
the wealthy growers who own largo
tiucts of coffee lifnil, and not In tho
Intel ests of tho small growers, who
have not even asked for tax exemp
tion. 'It would oiwrnto rather to tho
advantage of those who already have
their rolfeo plantations established
than to that of now growers. The
decline of tho coffee Industry, he
claimed. Is duo not to taxation, but
to nit lira I causes. Moreover, the
nuances of the Territory iiro not in
condition to stand any such drain as
would result from exempting coffee
land from taxation. Tho minority
report recommended the tabling of
The majority report was also read.
I'all moved the adoption of the ml-
uoiity report. Sheldon moved tho
majority report he adopted, as It
would be an Inducement for setters
lo come to the Territory. "Coffco
rnlslng," ho said, "Is about tho only
thing a husband and wife can take
up alone. On Hawaii many families
depend largely on coffee. We are
trying to devise wns to get people
to como here to live. I think this
is one of the ways to do it.
"I did not Introduce this measure
frr the beiicllt of tho rich or of those
who are already established In the
Induttry, but for thnso who will tnko
i'P homesteads. Wo have remove. I
the taxes from railroads and Irrigat
ing ditches; why not from this Indus
tiy, which makes Hawaii so well
I'all couldn't see how this bill
would encourage settlers to como to
Hawaii. There Is no provision In
tho bill for that. "Wo got the litis
Maui to como hero and settle, hut It
didn't do any good: they left us
again. If you go to Komi you will
find very few Hawnllaus engaged in
roffeo-raislng. They have leased
their land. Tho passage of this law
will not benellt the llawallans. It is '
only people of other nations who !
would get any good out of It. I
Kalelopu supported the bill, which
he said Is the only exemption hill ,
that will benellt the llawallans; they
won't get any good out of railroad I
mid irrigating ditch exemption.
Correa mado a speech in nppo.il-1
lion to the bill, The tax exemption,
idea is going too far, he thought.
"First thing wo know, wo will be
tailed on to pass a bill exempting su
car plantations fmm taxation on ac
count of the low price of sugar,"
Knnlho seconded tho motion for
the adoption of tho m.Oorlty repot t
Tho majority report was adopted,
tarrying tho hill tluough seiouil lead
House Hill 31, establishing a hos
pital ut the Kallhl lecctvliig station,
was returned from the Senate with
new sections added to tho effect that
It a person is suspected of having
lepiosy he shall ho summoned to np-
hieitr before the District Magistinto
to submit to medical examination.
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$20 to $30
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