Newspaper Page Text
BVKNINO DUMXTIN, HONOLULU, T. 'II , WKDNUSDAY, JAN.-ifi,' 1008
A shoe for everyday wear for smart dressers
Mclnerny Shoe Store
THAT will give
you an appetite !"
" What's that
Only the BEST is
I 2 libs., 85c
LEWIS & CO., LTD., GROCERS,
-109 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 240.
s Christmas is almost here una you surely will make j
prosents to your relatives and friends. Why not bay them E
E something useful in the way of Koa or Mission Furniture I 5
S For the Holiday Season we have made Great Reductions,
Wing Chong Co.,
1 KING, CORNER BETHEL STREET.
kept in such thoroughly sanitary compartments as ours arc better
than meats freshly killed, Wc arc in a position to supply you with
all of your meats and guarantee you the best service.
Metropolitan Meat Company, Ltd,.
SCIENTIFIC PALMIST AND
Of world-wide reputation, will read
from the lines in your hands your
past, present nnd future, at her res
idence. 1742 YOUNG ST., cor. PA
WAA LATJE. Hours, 0 to 12, 2 to 5
evenings, 7 to 0:30.
and cloth of A-l quality oan be pur
, McCANDLESS BLDG.,
T. 0, Box 061. Telephone 931.
Qgr BULLETIN ADS. PAY -G
Ask to see this
Made of gun
? " " Why,
what you want in
There is no better
on a cool morning
J. M. Levy & Co.,
Wlllolt & Orny's Stignr Circular for
December 2fi reports ns follows on tlio
I siignr market;
, VISIBLE SUPPLY. Total stock or
T"uroio nnd Amotion, 3,119,700 tono,
RnhiBt ,1S3,001 tons Inst year nt tlio
tuinie nnocn dates. Tlio decronso of
i lock Is f.3,203 tons, ngnlnnt a decrease
of 0017 tons Inst week. Total stocks
iiiid nfloats together show n visible
supply of 3,15700 tons, against 3,273,
001 tons last year, or a decrease of
RAWS. Tlio closing week of tlio
jenr, ns usual, Is jery finlct, with li
Ho dcslro to do business; lienco there
Is no clinnco In nnotntlnns for tln
week, except In tlio Now Orlenns ninr
Vet, which declined 1-32 per lb. for 08
test, due to largo receipts of I-oulslanu
Tho features In nolo nro that tlio
C'ulin crop grinding Is fur behind lat
reason's, theio being onjy 15 centrals
working now ngnlnst 112 Inst year,
with receipts Cor the week nt tho prlii
clpnl iiorls of only 1000 tons ngnlnst
23,noi) tons last year.
Indications ntc Hint tho supply of
Cuban sugar for the next few weeks
will bo coinparnthely small, ami this
the n (Inner tono to Hie market.
Also, It Is notlrcablo that tho Hiiro
onn markets cnr.tlnnu their advance,
did beet sugar quntntlunn rose from
03. 8 Mil. to 0s. 10 l-2d. for the week,
Tho Was and Means Commlttco ol
tho House of Hcprcrcmatics gives
hearings January Ctli on tho bill re
ducing duties mi tho Philippine Island
sugars. This measure will liu fought
with ns much persistency In the HuttiM
mil mora persistently In tho Sonnto
than It was In 1906, when tho bill
failed In Committee, rtcclproelty be
tween tho Philippines nml .Inpnn and
other countries would teem to bo u
l.ood solution of this question, without
'ntorferlng with tho domestic cane nnd
I eot Biigar Industries.
REFINED. Is cxtticmcly quiet for
ilio week nnd tho Interests In It must
bo considered nn likely to develop In
to ImproWng prices with tho Incoming
now yenr. Refineries will bo running
light or closing down for n short time
lor annual cleaning up.
Wo extend to nil our friends. In nil
quarters of tho nugar world, our best
wishes for a happy and prosperous
new year. .
RAW SUGAR PRICE REVIEW, 1907.
Tho year npeuAl with centrifugal
ttignr, 98 lest basis (the standard for
mw sugar), at 3.50c. per lb., declining
during hist half of month to 3.48c;
Uverago for January, 3.513c. per lb.
rebriinry declined to 3.38c., averaging
C.llCc; March was higher throughout
tlio month, closing nt 3.58c. nnd nvor
aging 3.r,12c; April continued tlio nil
vnnco to 3.7i;."c, nveraslng S.fiOiic.;
Mny fuithcr advanced to 3.92c, nvor
pglng 3 855c; Juno reacted to 3.70c,
averaging 3.792c; July recovered tho
decline nnd advanced to 3.91c; nvor
aging for the month 3.871c; August
went no higher, leiniilnlng about
steady, averaging 3.917c; September
proved tho highest month of tho year
ut 3.95c, nnd nvernglng 3.943c per
pound; October declined to 3.90c, av
i raging 3.922c; November mado mpld
Iccllno to 3.n25i'. under financial stress
In United States, aernglng 3.769c;
December, with easier money affairs
and partial supplies, lecovered nnd
closed tho year nt 3.85c per pound,
only 10. per ewt. bolow tlio highest of
tlio j ear; December uvcingo, 3.793c.
Tlio lowest point of the year was
3.38e per im.inil (February 21st) mid
highest point 3.95c. (Heptcmbcr 11th to
October 1 1th). Tho average price for
Centrifugals In 1907 was 3.75Cc, per
pound, against S.GSGc. In 1906; 4.278c,
111 1905; 3.974c In 1901; 3.72c, In 1903;
3.542c. In 1902; 4.017c In 1991; 1.500c
III 1900; 4.419c. Ill 1899.
Tho nveiago for ten years Is 4.02c
per iMiuml duty paid. Thu highest
prlco for centrifugals since July, 1897,
was ,5.125c. on .March I, 1905, nml tho
lowest prlco 3.25c duty paid, June
Since July, 1S97, tho full duty on
tugur has been 1.085c. per pound for
96 test. Slnco December' 27, 1903,
all sugar pioduced In Cuba has paid
1.318c per pound duly, 9G lust. Sug
iirn from Hawaii and Porto UIco pay
M duty. Sugar from tho Philippine:)
I ns 25 per cent reduction from full
duty rates nnd tlio neiugu grade pro
duced thoro of 84 teBt pays ,919c per
pound less ,022c per pound export
duty collected on shipments from tho
islnnds. AH other hiig.irs than the
.lbovo Imported Into tho United States
!u 1907 paid duty of 1.686c. per pound
for 96 test basis. Duties for 1908 will
bo collected ns nbove.
In our last Annual Hevtow wo suld
for tho year 1907 tho average prlco of
mw Biigar should bo rather hlghoi
l' mi In 190G. Tho icsiilt bIiowb ,07c.
por iKiund higher. For tho year 1903
tho average lor centrifugals under tho
ititloolrof suppllos and demand should
bo higher than 1907.
REFINED SUGAR REVIEW, 1907.
Tho uerago net cush quotations for
t:nnuluted sugar (tho standard for re
fined miliar) In 1907 by months was ns
follows: .Inmiary. I.D98e. per pound;
February. 4.557e.; March, 4.55c; April,
4.598c; .May, 4.765c; June, 4.85c;
July. 4.742c; August, 4.65c; Septem
ber, 1.65c; October, 4.65c; November,
1.61.1c; December, 4.51c.
Tho highest prlco was I.S.'e. In Mnv
(Continued on Page 0)
HONOLULU S10CK EXCHANGE'
NAME OP STOCr
CDreutrAt Co.. .
fwi Plantation Co ...
Haw Com At Stiff Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
Ilnncrmt Fiir Co ..
llotiokaa Sugar Co ..
Kaliukii naiitatlon C
Klhrl riantatUn Co Lie1
McUr)u Sugar Co ...
Oalm Sugar V
Onomca sucaf Co ...
It I 4
OnkoUSugnr Plant Co
II 1 I
irt sugar uo mu
Oloualu Cn. ..-...
raahau Sugar PUm Co
Pacific bunflrMUI I
Pata Plantation Crt ....'
Pfprckro Sugar Lo.. .
Pioneer Mill Co
Waiatna Affile Co,,,.,
WHluku Sugar Co ...
Wa manaloSiiear Co.
4 ' cri
Waltnc Sujtar Mill Co
tntepHawl Strain N Co
Hon R T ft L Co rrcl
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahn K& l Co
Hon lift MCn:
iijiw i cr 4 I v
Haw TttiH PC
MwGo't k ttc
Ca. Uetthujc ft Rcl Col
Slalku Siipar Co6 pc
Ham. Dllch Co,
I't.pcr Ditch 6a
II w Com ft Sue Co s pc
Haw Sugar Co 6 pc...
HltoK KCo Con 6 pc
Hon RTft l.Co6pc
Kfihuku P.aitt Co 6 i c
Oahu Kft LCo6pcV.
jAtmsuffar toopc ..
Olaa Sugar Coojtc,..,
Pioncrr Mill Co 6 o c ..
Walalua Agrii-Co jpc
mrur)ur a -o oe
SalPB IJotwcen Diianlit: 1T Oalui
Sub. Co., $21.12; no Oalm Sug. Co.,
$21. Session. 10 Hon. II. ft M. Co.,
$23; 5 Oalm SUB. Co $21; T. Ia, $24.
nivltlouilB- J nn. 15. rius llnwnllnu
Supar Co., H& pur cunt; Oalm Sugar
Co., 1 per cent; O. It & I. Co., 3-1 por
cent; Haw. Agricultural Co., 1 per
Latest sugar quotation 3.9125, or
978.25 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, --9s 10 l-2d
SUGAR, - j- 3.913120
Henry Waterhouss Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, M,t,ncr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE A.
Tlio an mini mcctliiR or tlio Freo
Klmlorcnrtcn mid Cnllrircn't! Aid An
Goclntloii will lie held Frldny, Jnn.
17th, at 10 n. m., nt tho Henry nnd
Uurothy Cast to Jlcniorlnl Klndcrgnr
ten on King St. Tlicro will bo nn
exhibition of soiiRrf,' rhythm work,
am. girt work hy tho children from
the Kiiwnlahao, I'nlnmti and .Miller
A1I lucmherH of tho Association
nnd all those Interested aro tordlul
I Invited to bo present.
At a moolliiK of the Heo Vii He
ncMilent Society held Saturday, De
cember 28, 1U07. tlio''followTiiR,wcio
elected oIllcerH to servo during the
ensuliiK year: ( ,
Chung Tong Chung President
Qow Kiu Vice President
Inu Yin English Secretary
Cliumr Chow Kwonir. .Chinese Setv.
lau Tong ,,.., Treasurer
lam Chong ' '',.. Auditor
:iS!)D-3t ' Secretary.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt tho
foUowinK iiersons hnvo been duly re
elected ns oulecrs at tho DNITIII)
CIII.N'KSi: SOCIKTV for tho year
President, Chu Qcmj Vice Presi
dent, Ho Jon; Secretary, Chang Kim,
Asst. Secretary, Chong Jack Lai;
Treasurer, Lau Tong; Asst. Treas
urer. Doo Fat Sinrjr.
Sec. of United Chinese Society.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
At tho annual meeting of the So
cledado I'ortiiRiiczn do Santo Antonio
lcncflcento do Hawaii, held ut Ho
nolulu, tho following otllccrB wore
oleetcd to servo during tho current
Alfred 0. Rosa '..'President
Julius P. Rego Vice President
Manuel R. Bisho Secretary
A. I. Silva Treasurer
Board of Directors John C. OH
veira, Antonio P. Rego, Joseph V.
Fernandez, Manuel S. Freitas and J,
Auditors John Marcallino, Jos
eph D. Maroues and M. C. Garcia.
MANUhU, It. 11ISIIO,
Honolulu, January 1 1, l'.ius.
.LOCAL iND fiENEBiL
If your ferns arc crowding your
fernerv. lit n HnllMlti Wntit Ail. ell
incm 101 you.
rrnnkllu touring enrs. Stkyilx Stbls.'
l-t to 1-3 oft on all blankets nt
Phone 452 for a hark. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
.MrsvA. McUiirn sailed on tho Hall
yesterday for Kauai.
"Peaceful Valley" nt tho Orrihcuhi
tonight, 25c, 35c nnd SOc.
J. 1). Tucker went to Hllo In tho Kl
inu on Masonic bulness.
.tallica A. Wilder has removed his
Vtildlo to the Sp'ockels building.
' Attorney J. I). While lert for Mime,
Kriiml, yeslcrdny In the W. O. Hall.
Ilov. rnther .IoroIi went to Molokal
jootqrday nftornoon In tho steamer
Paradise of the Pacific, wrapped
ready for mailing, 25o at all news
stands. Court I.iinnlllo No. Cfinn, A O. V
lll meet In K. of I'. Unll nt 7:30 thh
The Seliumnn Carriage Co has
moved to Merchant stieel, Wnlklkl
W. II lloogs was ninong I he out
going jiattiangcis on tho Manna l.o.i
Tho Hoard of Agilcultuio and I'or
istry will hold n meeting this lifter
noon nt -1 o'clock,
Tnko your carrlago or niitoniouilc
to Ilawnllan Carrlago Mnnfg. Co., for
up-to-dato rejialri. t
Ancient. Order Hibernians, Division
No. 1. will meet In C. II. U. Hall at 3
o'clock this evening.
Miss Mabel N. Taylor duiiprt.-il nn
tho Rliuiu to visit fi lends on Hawaii
for n collide of weeks.
Hoffmann Choji House open nil tlio
tlmo on Hotel street, near Nuuauii.
Fxcollent meals nt lowest prices '
Contractor Chalmers has n large
gang at wor'c on excavations for tlu
High School building.
Attorney and MrH. J. A. Miigoou and
children were passengers In the Man
nn I.oa, which left yesterday noon.
Tho I.ugltnnii Society will celebra'e
its anniversary this jear by a ee!e
1 ration In Its now hull on Alapnl
The time for Iho payment of taxes
to tho Department of Wider Works
hns been extended to January in nt
" P. m.
1. M. Ilichtel, formerly In charge of
the local U. S. Immigration scplre, m
ihed ycMerdny in thu Manchuria to
Timlin heru iiermnneiitly.
lloiilne, tho movlng-plctdre man, Is
hero for tho purposo of making more
negatives of Honolulu happenings. Ho
is now in hus'liicsi'. fur DluiHclf
Tor nlues In tnpestry nud furniture
coverings, ill apings and poitlercs, see
tliose'OU,dlsplny In tlurwIudowH of tho
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
IIHhop Monro will glu n compli
mentary lecture nt thu Methodist
Church this evening irt 8 o'clock, en
titled "A Timely Tnlk on Time." A
cordial Imitation Is extended to nil.
II. I,. Shaw, manager of tho Htlo
Prog Co., mid his wife, who have been
tpcr.dlng a long vacation on the main
tnun, mo both improved In health nnd
will ui in n to the islands In uhom tv.o
Tho tegular bl-inoulhly meeting of
tho Chamber of Comiiiuiru will lake
place tide afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Among tho business lo he transuded
tv 111 bo the election of u member of
iho Hoard of Trustees to tnko the
plueo of thu lato Alex, (l.mlo.
A big hall Is being built over Hi"
men's (pmrtciH In tho public billi
I ott'io m tho fount)' Heaeb. The
homestieteli of tho nice tirade will be
lovclcd down, as It has been found
that It Is four foot above tho proper
grade. A hard fight Is being made
ngnlnst tho water hyncluth which
i-'rowH In tho park canals.
M. Conolly appeals from bcnlcnco of
six mouth's' Imprisonment and costs
for common nuisance in tho first de
giee. Accoiillng lo tho cUdcuco In
v. iih delected, while acting abominably
en Punchbowl slopes, by menus of n
telescope. Helntlxcs nnd fi lends of
young pet suns to whoia he wus teeu
behaving lewdly gnvo pursuit nnd In
IMcted summary piiiitshmout on li t in.
Tonight's porformunco will bo tho
lust of "Peaceful Valley" nt tho Or
pliouui theater. Theatergoers In
general have pronounced tho play
ono of tho best acted and most hut
lsf)lng Hint tho company headed by
''rnnk Cnojcy nud Miss (lladys Kings
bury has yet produced hnro.
Tomorrow night "Homo Sweot
Homo" will bo given Its first piesen
tntlon. few plays with a stronger
central (lieniQ or m'oio pathetic
bccncH liavo .over boon written than
tills, which has Its plot woven
around tho life of u gambler. "Homo
Sweet Homo" is to bo played for
thrco nights nnd nt tho Satuiday aft
ernoon matinee. Miss Martcll will
I nvo now specialties.
On Monday night next another
farce iiimedy will bo plajed "I-enet
Mo Your Wife," a famous pluy In
which many of tho greatest come
dians of America and nughiud have
JUST" "FOR RENT" card! on talo
at the Qilletin oflice.
ivw v 'lit'
Sic.' (0 t'lf '
VMW :M ;
. JV.'t' Jft M 'cAf 5j
Copyright 1907 by
IlartSchaflncr & Marx
itJSif - II J
, HUM ti3L .
W w y vrf yjjJ 9 p v y i s W v W
w Enjoyauent -witliou-fc uoiso is the w
"No otlier "beer like it in any respect.
Call for it at the bai' or
Hawaiian Iron Fence
MEXT TO YOUNG Cl-flO., 76-190
r VHY TAKE CHANCES ELSCWHCM: WHEN YOU CAN GFT A
National Cash Register )
from us fc less money and on eaty payment!, without interest, Oi
4) liberal t'lccount for cah. There Is no cash renlater o absolute!) X
) certain of results as a National. Every National la guaranteed as to t
i workmanship, durability and repairs. r
WC ARE SOLE AHENT&.
f Ti-? Wucerhouse Company,
J JUDD QUILDIHG. O
Child's School Dress Pattern
One of AlcCuII's Specials
S? V tjif
. WfH 4ff
- - w
H Also materials
E. W, cJordan & Co., Ltd.,
EN OF ALL
sizes, tastes and
pocket ability will
find this the store for
them, and Hait,-
fe Marx clothes'
the Kind they want.
Elks Bldg., King St. nr Fort.
W'ks Tel. 1331 &
and Monument Works
to make it up at
WJtflfiiHilSliTif iihtr irfirlfr-'-lrl'ir"1 "