Newspaper Page Text
BVENlNd nuUXTIN, HONOLULU, T. !!.. TlttmsnAY, JAN. 2, 1908.
o I L
M to see this
Made of gun
A shoe for everyday wear for smart dressers
Mclnemy- Shoe Store
Japanese Crepe Kimonos
FOR LADIES' and GENTLEMEN at pricis of "
only $1.25 each. New assortment of
.PURSES and POCKET-BOOKS. The balance
arrive on ALAMEDA. FRIDAY.
Wah Ying Chong Co.
1G1-3 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 440.
AS&iOjM-S1 HERE'S SOME
TyfKVyl Soft, Pleasant, and
ail vpV.) D ful About It.
aVrlHv ;r t
Bitter, Unpleasant, or Injurious.
Apollinaris, Johannis, Lithia and
Hungarian Apenta Waters
. (IN CROWN TOPS)
APOLLINARIS and LITHIA WATERS, per doz. quarts, $2.25 j per dozen
pints, $1.50. '
APENTA WATER, per doz. pints, $2.75 jvper doz. half-pints, $1.50.
JOHANNIS LITHIA i the sure cure for rheumatism. Special prices to the
LEWIS & CO., LTD., GROCERS,.
1G9 KING STREET.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAH.
" Great I
Christmas is almost here and ,you sorely will make
presents to your relatives and friends. Why not buy them
something useful in the -way of Kqa or Mission Furniture 1
For the Holiday Season we have made Great Reductions.
Wing Chong Co.,
KING, CORNER BETHEL STREET.
i-.1 jsttvs' ' '("' ! !-- .. i ! i j '.i'." u.?xsrTwsmm " mi
Quality Is First
consideration with the management here,
everything. You've noticed that in the
bacon we sell.
We give you the best of
home-smoked hams and
Metropolitan Meat Company, Ltd,,
I SUGAR I
Czarnlkow, MncdoiiRall & Co. to
port nH follow b on tho sugar market
driller date of December 13:
Our last report was dated Cth
The past week linn seen an entire
change In the raw sugar . market,
which has passed fiom extremujriull
I'cbs Into comparative activity. .
IlcflncrB lirno npparen-.ly not se
cured ns much Louisiana sugar as was
expected, mid as Iho Slow Orleans
market has advanced to 3c, basis
9C degrees, f. o. U., they began to look"
nrotind for supplies from oltfer ounr-.
Their Inquiries brought them facd
to faco with tlio fact that tlia crop
prospcctB In Cuba wero lews favorable
than had been reckoned upon,' and
that planters were unwilling to com
mit themselves to any contracts for
first-half .January shipment, or, on
u largo Ecnle, for sugars for nil Junu
try shipment. This caused some eag
erness to buy what was available, and
most of the old crop sugar lying In
Cuba hus been secured at hardening
prices, tlrtj last business reported be
ing at 2 7-lGc, c. and f., basis 93 de
gree. In nuw crop, for January ship
ment, some business Is understood to
I'uvo been done at 2Vic. c. and f., basis
'Of JavaB, there Is nothing available
lucceptlng one steamer cargo due last
half January, for which a price Is
asked that Is above the Cuban parity
for January sugars., Our refiners
would now bo the better of some of
the Java cargoes which were diverted
to the United Kingdom, owing to tho
poor prices indicated from this side
at the tlmo their destination had to'
European beet markots have been
strong and dearer in sympathy with
tho Improvement In this market and
owing to the reports from Cuba. Tho
entire advance In tho eaily months
l.us been maintained, but part of tho
tidvanco in tho later months has been
tost and tho market Is quiet at tho
close. Today's f. o. b. quotations are:
December, 9s. 9d.; January, 9s. 9d.S
January-March, 9s, 10d.; May, 10s,
id.; August, 10s, 3d.
The receipts for the week at th9
thrco Atlantic 'ports were 19,868 tons.
Louisiana. Tho' present Indications
nro that tho crop wliLnot exceed 310,
COO tons. Tho American Sugar Itefln
lng Cd.ihns chartered .nine tteamcrs,
with a capacity of 35,000 tn -iO.OO'j
tons, and aro said to bo In treaty for
others, to bring raw sugars from New
Orleans to Now York. Tho Now Or
leans market Is ery strong.
Refined. A better tone now pre
vails In tho refilled market, and our
principal refiner aro holding Arm on
the basis of 4.70c. less 1 per cent for
granulated. Tho Federal Sugar Ib
fining Co., however, tiro Quoting 10
The American Sugar Refining Com;
puny. At a meeting of tho directors
of tho company, held on the 10th Inst.,
.Mr. V. II. Thomas was elected presi
dent,, and Mr. Horace Havcmoyer was
elected a director for tho unexpired
term pt his father, tho late Ii. O.
IIacmcycr. No appointment was
mado to tho office of, vice-president,
vacated by Mr. Thomas.-
Our correspondents cable us this
morning (hat four Cuban estates have
IlccUpts I for tho week at tho thrco
Atlantic ports, J9.8C8 tons. Meltings,
haw ict 4 ic......r
HawTer 4H c .
tlnwTcr ). pc,;.Y
Haw Gov't l lie
Cat lint Sujj & Kel.L'u
.. l5 -. .1
Ham. D.tcli Co.,
Upwr Ditch C
law swar ui o l'v..
HIloR kCo Coil 6 pc
Hon KTt L to 6 pc
Kaliuku P.ant Co 6 p c
Udhu Suj;ar Co 6 p c .,
Olaa Sujcar Co 6 p c...
Pala IMaiitJllon Co ....
Pionrcr Mill Co 6 pc ..
Walalua Rfl-Co ipe
MrUrytlr S Co'i 6
NEW - TO-DAY
Di. A.N. Sinclair
has moved his offices to.Hotel St. be
tween Alakea and Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. m.; 4 to 5 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days by appointment. Tels. 377 or
UU3. i(es. 1U84.
The annual meeting of tho I'aclllc
Tennis' Club will bo hold nt tho club
r.ouse Saturday, Jim. 18th, at 1 p. in.
(5KO. I. COOKK,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Jau. 2.1908
-NAME Of Srut.
Z Brrwfr ft Co .
Haw Cnm Ar tUff Ca
iionomu bURtir lo . .
HotiokM Sugar Co ..,
IIilkn&UKar Co ......
LCtmlru Plsntutlnn tit
t.'lt.at.itti'KitBr rn . .J
vnloaSulir Co ..
McUrjdSuRf Co ,...!
liAim supar o (
Onomt Suirar Co ,,j
Ookola Stixar I'lant C
Pail inu .Sugar PKnt Col
Pali rtattuilan Co ...
Peprtkm SnRiir Co.,,
rimircr Mill Cort ..,,.
Wmialua AcHc Co,,,..
Wrlluku Surat Co ...
Watmanalo Suaar Co..
Walmea Sueur Mill Co
tntcrUlaml Strain N Co
Hon RTllt. Co Pre(
Ion KTk I Co Com
Mutual Telt-1'liii.c Co
Nahiku KuUrr Co.
Paid Uii ,
25 Oahtl Sug. Co.,
latest sugar quotation, 3.85 cents
or $77. per ton. Last previous quo
tation, $72.50 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, --9S 93-4(1
SUGAR, -- - 3.85
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member, Honolcffu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FOJVT AND MERCHANT 3T8.'
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
The following statistics, covering
thq foreign trade ot the United
Kingdom, have been furnished by
Consul General Robert J, Wjnno of
According to the lloaid ot Trade
returns, the foreign trnilo of ,tho
United Kingdom fpr Oclober, 1907, us
compared with the same month In
190C, was us follows: Imports, S28U,-
C12.G37, an Increase of 114,721. 425;1
exports of Ilritlsh products, $18G,-J
481,944, an Incrcaso'of 124,747,072;
exports 'of foreign and colonial goods,
S33,449,3C2, a decrease 'or $l,3(n,
C06, llulllon us specie; Imports,
J2C.452.S92, un Increase ot S',007,
103; exports, 35,910,240, u decrease
or 1'4, 100,630. t
I-'ur the ten months ended October
31, 1907, ns compared with the same
period ot 190G, the foreign trade was
as follows: Imports, J2,&92,837,270,
IV gain ot S171,098,ri43; exports, SI,
710, 2C::, 729, n gain ot S22S.377.873,
llulllon as specie: Imports, '1252,040',
90C, a gain of Si,:i01,974; oxports,
$221,70 1, 21!, a decrease ot S39,
ny IHE 1
Weekly Bulletin! Jei? Year
HOTEL AND MILLER STS.,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
JANUARY 8 TO 11.
Given, under auspices of Hawaiian
Poultry Association, with the cooper
ation of Farmers' Institute, Hawaiian
Experiment Station and Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry, . ,
ADMISSION 25c. , .
CHILDREN UNDER 15 AT. 10c.
"Down by tho Sea," a stirring melo
(iininn, tho scenes of which nru'lnld
along the coast of Knglnnd, will be
the bill nt tho brpheum theater to
night. Tho week-end melodramas
which Manager Cooley has been pre
senting have proven Immensely popu
lar, and as "Down by tho Sea" Is one
lot the strongest In the entlio icpcr
tolre. It should attract big audiences
during Its three nights' run. The
I lay will also be prosentcd at tho
Saturday afternoon mutineo. The
plot of tho piece Is Eomowlint, unusual,
dealing with two men who bear a
striking resemblance to each other.
Mnlzlo Martoll, the popular singer.
will hnve now specialties for the.u
Arc you tired of some of last year's
furniture t Let a Bulletin Want Ad.
sell it for you.
lYaiiklln touring cars. Rtkyds Hlbls.
Don't forget the poultry show, Jan
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Paradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing:, 25c at all news,
Jack Atklnfiun and Mr Illlcy called
on Acting Coventor Mott-Hmllh this
morning, ' ,
Tho Kxiiert lint Cleaners will clean
any old lint m that It will bu as good
Then1 will bo n meeting of the
lloaid of IMiicnllon nt 3 o'clock to
Take our cacrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
up-to-dato repairs. '
Itaymond Drown called oij Acting
Coventor Mott-Stnlth this morning to
talk poultry show.
Tho Fashion Saloon Is serving tho
sumo good lunch that It always sencs
between J 2 und 1 o'clock.
Oct ready for that big slaughter sale
of embroideries at A. lllom's store on
I'nrt street.' It begins Thursday, Jan
vary 2. (
Actlng-C.ovornor Molt-Smlth has re
reived fiom the Lund Cominlsshiiier
n big bunch of agreements ot sale of
tho Illlo summer lots, foi signature.
The Inter-Island steamer Milium
lAia sails tomorrow nt noon for l.a
hnlnn and other imrts. The Clnudlnc
nlso Balls tomorrow for Knhiilul nn.l
llllo att p. in.
County Sheriff laukna gavo a din
ner at tho Pacific Club last Saturday
V'lght, In honor of Admiral Ueckley,
who left on tho Hllontnn for San
I'rnnclsco. Those Invited, were Su
pervisors Frank llnrvey, H. Dnhjht, il.
Ilertlcpinn,' C. Al.ong and several
On motion of C. I'. Peterson for ccr
aln clients of his, J,udgo Do Dolt this
moniliiR disallowed the final uccuiuits
of Albert Wnlcrhousc, udmlnlstrator
of tho t-stato of A. Knuhl. Peterson
claimed that t!io administrator had
not paid certain claims o( his client (
bgainst tho estate.
CROOK WAS SHOT
BUT IS IMPROVING
I.. It Crook, tho proprietor' of tho
Hawaii Photo and Art Co., was serl'
ously Injured yesterday by a shot
from n revolver. Tho buljet enteied
his tide, probably passed through tho
baso of tho lung, and Is now believed
to bo ImbediU'd in tho muscles of tho
back'. While the wound Is a serious
cue. Dr. Cooper, tho attending physi
cian, stated today that from Crook's
present 'condition it would seem likely
tlinUic would pull through.
Willo It wiib qulto generally report
ed that it was a caso of attempted mil
clrio this Is positively denied by .Mrs.
Crook. Shu states that her hushauri
was engaged In cleaning a 22-callber
lovolvor. He fired ono slioX and, be
'loving that thero wero no more cart
ildgcs left In the chamber, ho tried to
break tho weapon open, but accident
ally toujied the trigger, causing tho
explosion of a cartridge which in-mained.
wawTOfn'mar i i.kf
NEW TUXEDO, ii Ibc one you have is worn, cr
old. ot out oJ' date. And if you haven't any
A Tuxeuo is a necessity to a'wclhdrcsstd
man : to is a dre3-snit ; but letter have none than one that
you are ashamed of.
Economize in other directions, but Wear Good Clothes.
All this means get a
IIART-SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT
8nt S ?p J J I.
vfcv C 7 (T9i f$i ffl ii Tn fiv fWb'xk P
I ' KING NEAR FORT '
x j wj njcyn jsv jrv jij yi 5 jnjt S i'5 Jx J(K ix Ji J gij
Si! i SiK Six JiJ Jii Six i ii Hi Six nix iix Six JiSSiSxiitSIXxijiiS
There is no drink
that does as mueh'-to
aid Nature as
Get it at any bar or
wholesale at Rainier
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Worlis
EXT TO VOWNQ BUDO., '76-190 KINO STREET.
CLAIM HIS UTTERANCES ARE
FAR FROM EXPECTED
ni i-tF& wniMo r.LULYvncrtt; vnjri yuu JFvi utl J
National Casli Register
from us for leu money and on easy payments, without Interest, 01
liberal Hlseounl for cash. Thera Is no each register so absolutolj
certain of remits us jx National. Cvery National Is guaranteed at to
workmanship, durability and repairs.
WE ARC SOLE A3CNTS.
Thj Wateriiouse Company,
Child's School Dress Pattern
One of AlcCnll's Special
London, llni;., Dec. 22. Count
OSairaa'a aj-'erli before the Koba
Chamber of Commerce, tn which ho
tulKed about "Kuropean opprcaslnn'
of India, dilated upon tho treasures nt
that land nnd declared that the 1111
tlves are now "looking to Japan for
protection," is piovlng England'!) blK
K3ct ClillKtunm rrnelicr. It elicits
ttmtlluK headlines In the noWBp.tpcru
and tho commercial clubu uro bab
Hlns. "Wo told ou bo," oxclatmod Jour
nallstH and politicians who have been
glowing more suspicious of Japan for
"Our blown utiles not only nsplro
' tn send their peoplo nnd their trade,
1 .. . ... .............
in every section, uui cireijn ai 11. iimu
when Japanese power will bo supremo
In the Far Unst."
Friends of Japan reply that Count
This is tho birthday of tho luto i Okuiim's snecch was meant for homo
Queou Kninm. All her lel.ilners nro consumption only, nml that, anyway,
celebrating tho day by decorating her it contemplates nothing but trudo ex
gravo with lets. Miss Lucy I'eabody.'panslon. , It Is perfectly clear that tho
a very closo relative of (Jueon Einnia,Jupunesd question Is mlto as acutol
has prepared a luau to which many of
tier friends aro invited,
Hums Healed In Ono Day by
"THE HOUSEHOLD SUROEON"
Druggists refund money If DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAL
ING OIL falls. Made- by PARIS
MEDICINE CO., Saint' LouisAU. a
T f" 1
with the Ilritlsh us with tho Amerb
cans and that It presses from several
points of view.
.1. II. Corey, undo of W. Kills Corey,
who obtained a dluirco nnd married
Mnbello Oilman,, tho actress,, says,
Pittsburg Is illwirco crazy. Ills, cont
inent hnd reference to tho teport that
losoph Schwab, brother ot Charles K.
.fichwdb, would seek a dlvorct,
Also materials to make It up Jutv
,;E. W. Jordan Sl Co., Ltd'.',.
Fort St. :
' . it . vil'