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EVENING U'JLI IriN, IIONOLTJUJ. T. II., PIHDAY, MATICH 27, 1008.
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THERE is no bulging
at the sides or slip
ping in the heel of a
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns' that are
neray Shoe Store
BEER AS A FOOD
Dr. Wiley, the United Statc3 expert on pure foods,
writes: "Beer is a veritable food-product." It's more
than that, it is nourishment in nn agreeable form, and,
by its peculiar combination and proportion of carbo-hydrates,
phosphates, al ohol, and .'arbonic acid, is especial
Professor Qacrtner says that one quart of beer is equal
in food value to 3-10 noundi of bread in carbo-hydrates,
and to one ounce of meat in albumen.
The beer that is richest in food value and most pleas
, Wlllett & Gray's Sugar Journal for
, Mutch 12 report) as follows on the
Visible Supply. Total stock o(
J Europo mill America, 3. 579,003 ton.!,
I against 3,825,605 tuns last year at thu
J mine uneven (lutes, Tlio decrenso oC
ttock rs 210,002 tons, against a tie
, croaso of 204,300 tons last week. Total
clocks ami nlloats together bIiow ii vis
llblo supply of 3,C99,003 tons, ngaltizl
. 3,025,005 tons last year, or a decruaco
oi zw.wz tons.
Haws. Tlio spot quotation for SG
test centrifugals remained nominally
lit 3,S'.ic. duty puld In absonco of sales
until tlio lust day, when sales at equiv
alent of 1,05c. raised the quotation to
this level. In tlio meantime n con
tinued advance wn being established
In futures by repeated sales at Im
proving prices, tnu quotattonu for
April rising from 2 9-luc. c. urn! f. to
2 3-1c. c. ami f., equal to 4.11c. duty
paid I'orto ltlco centrifugals ror
March and April shipment sold at the
cIohu at 4.03c. c. I. f. anil Cubas afloat
at 2 11-1 Cc. c. and f., equal to 4.05c.
duly paid SG test. These prices for
nearby sugars bring centrifugals with
in 17c. per 100 lbs. of tho party of
March beet BUgar and April Cuban
within lie. per 11)0 lbs. of April beet
When this dlffercnco Is closed by
1-Sc. more tulvnnco in rentrltiigtls or
n decline In beets, the markets of the
, world will be open to our reflnora on
the same parity.
I Such purchases In Europe, If large.
would tend to put a checx on prices
In Cuba temporarily by filling n gap
thought to exist In thu supplies to
September. It Is too pile to secure
further early nrrlvals of Java sugar
and none , uro reported having hton
, Lonplit during thu week for later nr
! European advances continue but foi
the first time arc noticeably below thu
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
NAME OF STOCI
Z II rewer A Cd....
Hawaiian Aiitlc Co ..
Haw Cum ft Sur Co
ItawRilftn Sugar Co .
Itoiiomu StiRaf Co
Hoiio'ca:i Sugar Co
Haiku SiiKr Co .....
KalmVu riantntlrtii .'
MctifjtlcbuRir Co ..
Oatm Sueur Co . ...
Oncmci Sugar Co ...
iKkOiaatiKr nam i
OIaibUKr Co Ltd .t.
pjialiau Sujtar I'lMit C
rain t'lantallonCo ...
Waialua Asric Co
UViuktt Sura i Co .,.
W.i ! men Sueur Mill Cf
lnterKlant1 Steam NO
Hon TM, Co Prel
Hon R r&LCoCon
Mutual THrplionc Co
NWk J Rubber Cn
Maluku lluliOr Co Am
Oahu K It I. Co !
Hawaiian Pineapple Co
Ilv Ter ipe (lire Cl
naw ler 4 nc
Haw Ter',; pc
IUwTcmK pc. .
HawTtr i pc
Haw Gov't 5 pc
C Ketl Sii & Kcl Ci
fUlJtii uj:r ri6pc
Hum. I) ten l',
II Com fc SusfCo j m
lla Sugar Co 6 pc.
tlil. K KCo Con t pi
Huti RTIk LCoCp
Kaliuku P.aut Co 6 pc
Otlm Sugar Co spc .
Clta Suar Co 6 pc
I'.ic Suj; Mill Co, Ca
1'ul.t I'luiitalloii Co ...
MotteerMiilCo 6uc .
Waialua atlrCo $p
iri)(ur n to i if
50O, W Orl
,w.oon I y
oo rati u
II I 4
They are easy, dressy, and service
able, altogether the very best shirt
you can get anywhere. You'll ague
when you see them at
Elks' Bid., King; near Fort
Our Star Shirts are the
kind that you are always
glad you have on when
you are with dressy
people. Their quality,
their correct style and
good taste make friends
for you and for them
selves wherever they
LOCAL AN!) 8ENBIMI
Salon Between lloaid: 70 How.
f iTHrr ifTfflppvfi''toefatfcTgjf;rgro'ai
IMnnnnnlit r too Ri r.n llnvt Pltm. I
local advances, 10s. 0 3 4il. lielnn well . V SO- 6U Oahu Sii- f'T
Mtabllihuil at tlio closu nsilnit 10f. "W' B '"Ji"0.' 0F nf ' ()C,0
nix mm ;.ir. iicni h wt'ciiiy U3iiiuin. . : . . .,
iJi. scasion: ti uaiiu hur.
That helpless foelintr is nuickb r.
i cured- by a Bulletin Want Ad. J
0, 4 S ,S IS C V f t 4A e N S OV d 4 t
Positively Last Week
Ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
75, cut to $1.10
Indics'-Shirt Waist, SI.-
50, cut to ?1.00
Ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
25; cut to 75c
Ladies Shirt Waist, 80c,
cut to 45o
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 75c,
cut to 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1.-
25, cut to 75c
Ladies' Corset Sover, $1,
cut to ..' 60c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 75o
cut to 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 40o
cut to 25c
Ladies' Corset Cover', 25c
cut to 15c
Mcn's Umbrellas, 75c cut to 50c; Ladies', $1.25 cut to 60c.
Ladies' Dress Hobes, $5 cut to $3.25 a suit. Gingham, 12"ac a yd.
now 10c yard. Brown Cotton ,10o yard, now 13 yds. for $1.00.
L AHOY Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
Buck&ead Litliia Water
N mukcH no cliaucii In Ilia unfavorable
woallior conilltlona for field work.
Iimiortunro will no doubt bo ulwn
to our resiuuo given liuronllli of tlu
Cuba crop iih It aiioar to dnlo, jircitii
isIiik to fulfill our flmt onlliuuto un
less unexpected conditions comu here
nltur. The disposition Iiuh been to
lnko too pcHfilnilBtlc vtewu, which no
doubt Iiiih led to considerable Hpecn
lutlou abroad mid sonie In Cuba u'i
well. The actual crop conditions uro
sufficient to account for tho advancer
already mado without accepting sncli
noEslnilRtla fleiims, '
Naturally the cnblu received ny ua
from our Java friends IndlcatliiR a
hliortuco of 115.00.1 toiix la of Hpeclal
Importance In curtailing our supplies
fioiu that source. '
We are not looking beyond Septem
ber In our review of thu situation nt
thin time. Several uuw Influences will
ho at work at that tlmo to Influence.
all markets in tlio opposite dliecllou
lrom now for remainder of year.
Ah regards consumption, while it Is
at present behind last yenr at this
time, as shown by available llRiirca,
wo are disposed to consider thera will
bo no falling off In consumption for
the entire yenr.
Very high prices for raw need not
ticccgKtirlly mean very high corres
ponding prices for refined which Is
tho sugar of consumption, for refiners
havo adopted tho policy of keeping
tho refined product at the lowest prac
tical point bused on tho raw market
and to luok to their pront from main
127.75; 5 Oahu Bug. Co., S27.75; CO
Auto nt hack fare. Tel. 301.
Kent Fran Ul In cats. Stuyds. silM.
Tlio best thing for gistiltls Is Den-
Co., ityne Chewing tl it tit
Latest cugir quotation 4.30-cente or
$87.20 per ton.
London Beets, lis 5 l-4d
. Sugar, 4 36
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond 'Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Mamcrr.
PORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Item Buckhead Springs, Virginia. In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Doz. Half Qls.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS 160 KINO ST. PHONE240
NEW - TO-DAY
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
The stock books of the I'loncor
Mill Co., Ltd., will no clo3cd to trnns
fcis from Mar. 28th to and Includ
ing April 1st. 1908.
(Sgd.) W. PFOTENHAUKU.
Treasurer, I'loneer Mill Co., Ltd.
talulng a large coiisunVpt,lon at min
imum prices of production,
Refined. A general advance of Klc
per 100 lbs. was made during tho week
to bads of granuluto.1 at 4.90c. less 1
per cent, by American, Howell and
Arbiicklo, and at 6c. less 1 per cent
by Federal. All refiners however con.
tinned to take orders on the same
basis, 1.90c. less 1 per cent, prompt.
wiuio declining orders lor uoiayou
shipment. Strictly speaking there
should bo a further ndvanco of 6c. to
meet the repeated advanced mado In
raws, but this further ndvanco may
bo delayed. The margin between
lav and refined Is only 80c. per 100
lbs. against the normal difference 11
per 100 lbs.
New Orleans advanced to 4,90c less
1 per cent and beet granulated Is, aUo,
10 points higher, now being held firm
ly ut 4.80c. basis east of Missouri riv
er and 4.70c. west of the rlvor.
Cuba Crop Estimate. Our cable ad
vices repoit the total production of
sugar lu thu entire Island -up to thu
Did you ever try them? The most
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after 4 with every drink.
I Scotty's KEE
HONOLULU. T. II., MARCH 27,
1908. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this office until noon or
April 8th, 1908, to furnish subsist
ence supplies, etc., for tho use of the: end of Februury; If' a
end ot February, as amounting to 407.'
C8S toiiB against fi58,93C tons for same 'on "llco Keeping."
tlmo lu 1907, and 333,411 tonk In 190C,
As conditions In 1900 wero quite sim
ilar to thoso of tho present season, It
Is Interesting to note that tho above
figures show an Increase of 74,277 tons
for this season,
In 190C tlio total crop outturn
amounted to 1,178,749 tons, of which
845,338 tons were produced after the
King up Seotly'H when you want n A
good auto ride. I'hnno luf. ' jrL
Allegrctti's chocolate creams only jl
nt Benson, Smtih & Co., Ltd. "
Oahu Lodge. K. of I will meet lu &t
ryiuiuu nail iiiih evening at i jj.
Honk! Honk! Call 244, J. A. Me
Leod, for the pleannnlest auto ride.
James Wakefield will he a departing
pntsenger by tho steamer Claiidlno to
day for Maul.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIT.. II, I'. O. I'
will meet In KlkH' Hull, King street.
thin evening at 7:30.
Why tut spend the cummer nt oni
of the Heasldo Cottages? Kngago a
A nice hot lunch, whether )ou buy a ' W
drink or not. Is served dally from 4 to (J
C ut tlio Fashion Saloon. x
Ihu Scasldu cottages aro delightful '
In the summer time. Kugagu a cot- (j
lago now tor mo season. I
To enjoy the licit ride In an nuto In i
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qtilnn'
new seven seuted feel less.
l'aradlse of the I'nclllc Souvenir
number, ready for mailing, 15 cents I
Kin- salo at all newsdcalcis.
Allen Wilcox mid Kanl Wilcox wore
nm-jiig the departing passengers lu
the Mlkahala )csterd.iy afternoon.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Huvallnu Carriage Manty. Co. for
up-to-date repairs. r ' i
Coat your Iron roofs with "Amble"
Yo.i will bo surpilBcd nt Its. eonllnr, (
and preservative properties. California I
Feed Co., agents. I
Twcnty-flvo seatH on tho main floor
of tho Oinheuiii have been resivvod
for the students of Alllolanl College, '
ut the matlnco this afternoon.
Tom (iilnu has gone Into the aula
hack business with n fine four-passen
ger llulck and Is prepared to furnish!
tlio best posslblo sorvlco. Phono 3G1.
llr. E. P. I'hllllps, Aplcultiirlst nl
the Department of Agriculture, Wash-1
Ington. I). C. -will nddross. tho Unl-
cislty Club this evening, at 8 o'clock,
Of tlie Ladder
is a dangerous place, unless every step leading up to it is
firm and true, and trie "foundation" strong and sure.
That's true, both figuratively and plainly speaking;
the fellow who is placed on the top rung soon falls off to
make room for the man who climbs from the bottom. Our
ladders arc safe in every rang.
EXTENSION and STEP LADDERS
The best in the market at reasonable prices.
Strong, Steady, Safe, Adjustable.
Leprosy Hospital at Molokal, T. II.,
during the ilscnl year ending Juno
30, 1909. Schedules and further In
formation ma)-' bo obtained upon ap
plication to tho undersigned. WAL
TER II. 1IIUNCKEIUIOFF, Director,
Leprosy Investigation Station.
t'AAimvt aarVV'VVVtVVWU tIArtAA.-lTV-V
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
S Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The puic-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibwaynf Y. B., A. J. 0. 0., No. G0247,
and Qucnon Lad, 2nd A. J. C, C, No. G2304, at service nt $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond "Dairy
0TH PRECINCT, 5TH DISTRICT,
Election for delegates from tho
above club to tho Territorial Conven
tion will he held on Saturday uftor
noon, March 28th, 1908, from 3 to U
c'clock, on tho premises of Pat Sllva,
Lllllia Street, below School Street.
39Cl-2t t 1'rcsldent.
bhould be produced In tho samo time
this season, tho present crop would
reach 1,253,020 tons. .
It Is expected, however, that some
factories In Havana and Mnntunzntr
provinces will run out of tho supply
of cano earlier this year than lu 1900
which may offset part or all of tho In
creato shown this season, but tho gain
shown In other provinces particularly
tit the optports and vhero the gi hill
ing will likely bo continued late In thu
Reason gives assurance of our esti
mate being fully realized, say 1,100,000
tons minimum -or 1,200,000 tons max
If your cash recister does not work .
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Ollice Specialty Co.,'
Ltd.: Phone 143. '
Tho Whlto Kninlly notary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sowing ma
chine lu tho woild. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1260, l'-ort street, rhono 4SS,
James L. Coko, ono of tho Maul
connnltleo appointed to cccuro a visit
to Kulnilul harbor of all or part ot
the big fleet, arrived In town yoster
day by tho steamer Claudllie.
Your typewriter should be kept in
txcsllcnt order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd,,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.
I No hue nnd cry would be ralsod for
l'K.lilbltlon If every saloon In Hono
lulu wero conducted as decently as
the Hoffman, and If all the liquor told
In town was as jmro as that vended
at the resort named,
No further caupo for worry. Tho
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177, SOUTH KING ST.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
Our full line of Cards and Novel
ties for Easter Tie Largest Dis
play We Have Ever Had are now
open for inspection,
Particular attention to Island or
ders. Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
!rm;,'!n "'"" ",U ,U"Bth "'isMougomtbrougiua'shllnneiUcdi
inu KmiiuiiK neuDuii. .. r,. ,i, i,t -.. ti, ,,...
4WBK'.i "ifc' !
,l.n .......Itn. lirltlr.lt ..-111 ItA I, ..O I ! II ill ... . " l ' -...-. 1 v.. ... .. It t .. V . CT w .....
for the Konr Ports United States to
September lbt next and tho require
incuts far meltings during the samo
peilod, Iluscd on present Indications
of ciop out-tuuia wo estlmato tho fol-
that there would bo a shnitugc.
Tio Alameda biought today
llq'iry May & Co. a shipment of cel
ery, cauliflower, artichokes, rhubarb.
usp'irtigus, iiirmps, uoruu-ruuiHii,
hiwlngr necelplsom .Vl to SSSriilllni -I
Septciuber 1. 1908, 1,295,000 tons; l'iIa creamerj butter, urns, up ... j
stocks. January 1, 1908, 115,000 tons:1 Mrs, Dowsett, who Is In rliurgo ofi
total supply, 1,410,000 tons, Meltings,, the luau to bo given Saturday at tho
January 1 to September 1. 1903, I,3i0,
000 tons. Estimated stock September
1, 1908, 80,000 tons.
As tho smallest slock on September
1st In any year for three years past
Matcmlly Home, states that all tho
food for tho Hawaiian table, tho pol j
nnd nil tlio delicacies, has been pre
pared under tho personal supervision
of herself and tlio most competent ns-
was 184.000 toiiB. It Is to be expected slstants. It Is thorofore of the bou
Ihnt 100.000 tnnu European beet siigat 1 and spotlessly clean. The food for
I will bo needed this Rummer to jlvo a1'" ''"o-oinn tnh'o Ins heeu contrlbut
woikable stock. led by tlio llrst famines nt mo cuy nnu i
i -' ' Ik nil homo cooking." A rpnl treat
The Fleet is coming. Let us clean Us In storo for. tlioso AtteudtUgUils
up the City. Liniiual uent.', .. ' f' .'-.
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various