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EVENING BTMXTIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 28, 1908.
W' . ...!
THERE is no bulging
at Ihe sides or slip
ping in the heel of a .
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that are
I HMnerny SSioe Store I
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1 BEER AS AFQOD 1 1
Dr. Wiley, the United States expert on pure foods,
writes: "Beer is a veritable food-product." It's more
than that, it is nourishment in an agreeable form, and,
by its peculiar combination and proportion of carbo-hydrates,
phosphates, al ohel, and anionic acid, is especial
Professor Gaertner says that one quart of beer is equal
in fcod value to 3-10 pounds of bread in carbo-hydrates,
and to one ounce of m cit in albumen.
The beer that is richest in food value and most pleas
Positively Last Week
Ladies' Shirt Waist, $1..
76, cut to $1.10
Lidics' Shirt Waist. $1..
so, cut to. ...;,rr.-$t?)0-
Ladles' Shirt Waist, ?l.
25, cut to 75o
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 80c,
cut to 45o
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 75c,
cut to 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1.
25. cut to 75c
Ladies' Corset Uover,t$ , .
-. " cut to'"77T!rrr. j. .7 "roc.
-Ladles' Corset' Cover, 75o
- Ladies' Corset Cover, 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 25c
Men's Umbrellas, 75c cut to 50c; Ladies', $1.25 cut to COc.
Ladies' Dress Robes, $5 cut to $3.25 a suit. Gingham, lVic a yd.
now 10c yard,- Brown Cotton ,10c yard, now 13 yds. for $1.00.
AHOY Muuanu below Hotel Street
Czurnlkow, Macdougall & Co. report
I on thu sugar market under date of
Our last report was dated Ctli
The week opened with buyers at
Inst week's prices of 2.02c g. t. for
Cubas and 3.92c c. I. f. for Porto
Ulcus, but tho market quickly ud
nnced to 2.75c c. f. for the former
mid 4,03c c. 1. f. for the latter. These
prices have since been maintained,
except In the case of a small nearby
parcel of Cubas, for which 2.09c was
The effect of the advance Iiob been
16 bring out tolerably large offerings
of Cubas for March-April shipment,
a good many of which tinvo still to
be placed. A pouso in the demandjs
not surprising In a week In which
tenners' rccelptB are 20,000 tons In
excess of their meltings, but It
should soon give 'place to renewed
activity, for refiners' stocks at the
Atlantic ports aro nearly 50,000 tons
less than they were at this time last
ceason, and refiners havo no such uut-
luok for plentiful cano supplies
they had a year ago.
Cuba continues the center of In
terest, for It Is recognized that 100
000 tons more or less In Its output
may turn the scalo In the worfd's
markets by 'converting n bare suffi
ciency Into n modcrato scarcity be
fore next European and Domestic
crops can come Into the Meld In Oc
The Cuban production up to the
cud of February was 407,088 tons
against CS8.95C long In .1907 and
333,411 tons In 190C. It Is argued
that, as tho production this season
up to the end of February is 74,277
tons nhend of what It was to same
date lit 190C, and ub the 1906 pro
duction nfter February wns 845,000
Ions, thero is a probability that a
production, of 700,000 to 800,000
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
namb of- stock
Z brcwrr ft Co......
Rwa Plantation Co ....
Haw Com fcSueCo .,
Hawaiian Suftr Co... j
lloiiomii Sugar Co ..
Haiku SuvarCn ....,
LTahitVn Piantktlnn (i
Klhel Plant ai!oii Co Lid
Kljiihult BuRr wo
Koloa Sugar Co .
McBryde Sugar Co
Oihu KiiRAf Co....
Ookola Sugar Hint Co
una mix" to un ,.,
Otowalu Co ,..,.
pjtAhau Sutor PUnl Ct
Pala Plantation Co .,.
Pqcekm uaar Co....
Waialua Afrrlr Cu
VVflluku Sural Co....
Walmanalo Sugar Ci.
Walntca Sugar Mill C
Inter-Ma ud Steam NCe
Hawaiian uicctilc Co
lion RTA I Co Com
Mutual Tclrplinni Co
Naliiku Muhbtr Co At
HlloK K Co..
ftnn Hit MCo:
Hawaiian Pineapple Co
Haw Ter 4 pc (Fire CI
Haw Ter 1 pc...
Haw Gov't t uc...
Ca BeetSug A Ret C
Haiku Sugar Co 6 tic
tlaM rvi-i. I..
lUwC'nm it Saa Co h
HlloR RCo Dm 6 pi
linn RTft LCotp (
Kaltuku P.ant Co ope
Oatiu K A I. C06OC.
Qahu Sugar Co spc ..
Clia Sutra' Cn tuc
Pac- Sug. Mill Co, (i
rala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pc .
Walatua SdtW Co ipt
SalesJ-Betwcen Hoards: CO Mo
Uryde, 35; 100 Mcllrydu, 5; 20 Hi-
nomu, $140. Session. 5 Oahu Sur.
Co., J27.50; 10 Kwa, $27.37 Vi; 10 Kwa.
They are easy, dressy, and service
able, altogether the very best shirt
you can get anywhere. You'll agree
when you'see them at
Our Star Shirts are the
kind that y ouare 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 J;hem
selves wherever they
Elks Bid.. King near Fort
L.itoct sugar quotation 4.36 c.nt. or
927.23 por ton..
BncMiead IJitliia Water
liom Buckhead Spring3, Virginia. In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Dor. Half Gls.
' SAMPLE FREE
LEWIS fc CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS 16D KING ST. PHONE 240
;i fiirrfeT.T.'W G
',' 1UF W V kJ
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.
KEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE TOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 2U0 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
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Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey. Bulls, 'Ojibway of T. B..-A. J. C. 0 No. G0247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0., No. G2304, at servjee at $10. ( tj
Tei.,890 TSiePoxid, Dairy
tons, nmy be nttitlncd (luring tho
Imlance of this campaign, and that,
conseauontly, the total output nmy
ruach 1,150.000 to 1,200.000 tons.
This view overlooks the fact that
In 190C grinding was retarded by
rains nnd by delay In starting work
on ninny estates which had Installel
now machinery and could not get it
ready In time to begin grinding early
in 'the season. Hence tho. maximum
number of estates (ISO) did not got
Into operation till -tho end of March.
This maximum was held till May 4,
the cane being plentiful and weather
favorable and It was not till the
end of May that tho number of cen
trals ut work fell below 100.
This season the maximum number
of centrals grinding (1C8) was
leached at tho end of February, Or
ii month enrller than In 190G, arid
bven should Cuba enjoy tho favor
able grinding weather It hud up till
the beginning of June In 190G, and
In a less degree later, It 1ms not the
unme material to work on, for In
many sections of the Island tho cane
Is deficient in quantity and stunted
In growth, owing to last year's
drought, n condition which will be
gin to show Itself during the present
month, by a falling offln tilfo cen
trals at woik. ft" must also be re
membered that during 'nearly the
whole of February, lioc, the best
prlco obtulnablo for Cumin was Zc c.
f whereas, this season planters had
the Incentlvo of February prjecs
ranging from s'o-lCc to 2 17-32c c.r.
European Ueet markets have had
u further improvement, partly uue
to unotllclul cables from Cuba pre
dicting that the maximum crop that
eould be counted on was 900,000
tons. Today's f. o. b. quotations arc:
March, 10s. 7 l-2d.; April, 10s.
T l-2d.; May, 10s. Sd.; August, 10s.
10 l-4d. Next crop: October-December,
9s. Jl l-2d.
Naturally, the advance In Europe
has not kept pace with tho advance
In this market where prices were so
much below the European parlty,-niid
the gap between the landed cost of
Ileets nnd the landed cost of Cubas
has diminished to ,14c.
Tho receipts for the week at the
three Atlantic ports wero 6G,780
I.DIIIHIAVA fliir tfilccrnmg nf
date report that according to latcsU
estimates the present crop cannot ex
ceed 315,000 tons.
ItEFlNED. Tho refined sugar
market has, ruled, firm throughout
the woolt. The Federal Sugar Ilefln
Ing Company, having advanced their
list prices to basis ,5c less 1 per cent,
for Granulated on 7th Inst., are again
ten points above other refiners,
whoso quotations remain unchanged
at basis ,4.90c less 1 per cent. The
I'cderal Sugar Refining Company are
nt present the only sellers willing to
accept ordera tor delayed shipment,
our principal refiners having recent
ly decided to temporarily confine
themselves to business for prompt
Wo have Just received a cablo
stating that 165 Cuban Centrals are
grinding. This shows that crop Is
already flnlshed on threo estates.
lo don Beets, lis 4 l-2d
Henry Waterless Trust Go,,
Stock '.Mill., Bud jtyaitmsni
Member Honolulu itoek and Btni
FORT ANO' rVfEHCH ANTT.
TEUPB1VATB EXCHANGE 4.
Kent Franklin cars. StkydssStbl
Allegretti's chocolate creams only
at .Benson, sratin E uo., Ltd.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
Yo.i will be surprised at Its coillne
Mnd'preservntlvo properties. California
Foed Co., agents.
William McKlnlcy Iodgo No. 8, K.
of P., will meet In Pythian Hall, cor
ner llorutnnla avonue nnd Fort strcot,
this ovciiliig at 7:30,
Tho puarl crey and red runabouts
Jufct arrived at tho von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., aro thu two prettiest cars
ever wen In Honolulu.
H. Yamagiichl sues his wife, Chlyo
Ynmaguchl, far divorce on tho ground
uf clopenfont with another Japanese.
Summons has been returned unserved.
II. I lack fold & Co., Ltd., by Ub at
torncy, it. is. cooper, has entered a
demurrer to tho complaint of Edward
Campbell, who claims $10,000 dam
ages for pernonul Injury.
Lavancha M. dray wob granted a
divorce from Charles U. Gray by
Judgo Lindsay yesterday on vurlous
grounds. F. E. Thompson uppuared
for complainant, and J. II. Whlto for
A rock from a blast set off at tho
Kapahulu quarry last evening struck
iho llawnlian Eloctrlc feod wlro, and
tor some tlmo the electric lights In
tho Kalmukl and Palolo districts were
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, has oftored tho old
market to tho (loot reception commit
ted. It will be given up by the Kllo-
hana Art Lcaguu after tho musical fes'
tlval In May.
At a meeting of tho Doard of Llc
enso Commissioners yesterday, a re
tail license for one day was granted
to the directors of Kaplolanl Matern
ity Homo, for tho luau being held at
that Institution this afternoon. An
application waB recelvod from Suen
Sing Tat for a wholesalo llconse,
whlcluwas ordered to be advertised
for a public hearing.
LOGAl ANJ) QENERAt
That helpless feeling Is qulokly
cured by a Bulletin Want Ad.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.-
The best thing for gastritis 1b Den-
tyuo Chewing Oum
King up Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride. Phone 107. ,
Honk! Honkl Call 244. J. A. Mr '
Leod, for the ploasantcst auto rid.
Why not suond tho summer at one
of tho Heasldo Cottages? Engage a
Tako your currlago or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co, for
up-to-date repairs. '
Don't fall to attend the big opening
display of Easter goodB at Bachs' on
Monday, March 30.
A nice hot lunch, whether you buy a
drink or not, Is served dally from 4 to
6. at the Fashion Saloon.. '"
' 'Have' you' tried that che'rry cocktail
at Holllstcr's? It's only a nickel, and
Just the best ever tasted.
Tom Qulnu has gono Into the auto
hack business with a lino four-passenger
Dulck and Is prepared to furnish
the best possible service. Phone 301.
Ho Lum petitions that Edward W.
Timing bo appointed guardian of her
two minor children, Ho Ah Leon and
lip Ah Qual.
)Vhltney & Marsh will place on dis
play on Wedhosday noxt a fow hand-
romo princess robes In lingerie styles,
In mulls and Bilks.
Judge Lindsay uppolntcd Chock War
Sen as temporary administrator of tho
jjriis "T r r"
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. ,
HALAWA PLANTATION LIMITED.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the nulHtln Pub
At the adjourned annual meetliiKof
the Stockholders of the Halawa Plan
tation .Limited, held on tho 2Cth day
of March 1908, tho following Oftlcors
and Directors wero elected to servo
for tho ensuing year:
President 4.. H. R. Dryant
Vice-President H. P.Wood
Secretary and Treasurer,,,. A. Mason
Auditor ... H. W. M. Mlit
Directors: -cHf n. Dryant, RH. At
Hlns, H. P. Wood.i F. Psttbn' and A.
Mason. ' ' '
. - ,( A. MASON,
3902-lt. , Secretary.
estatii of Chock You Sen,
You Sin, i-i 'i f T'n linnd;
Your iji.z ;..t jlv 1.1 '"S V.jpt in
rxcellent order. ,.'Xhe expo.t it the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for yon. Phone 113.
The ladles of Honolulu aro much In
terested In tho fetching Easter styles
of millinery that are on display ut
Miss Power's millinery parlors, lioston
For tho vory swellost spring neck
wear and shirts, go to The Kush Co.,
corner .of Hotel and Fort strcot. Tholr
washable tubular silks, and Cluott,
Star, and WIIbou Dros shirts can't bo
No hue and cry would bo raised for
Prohibition If every saloon 111 Hono
lulu were conducted as decently as
the. Hoffman, and it all th liquor sold
In town was as pure as thut vended
at tho resort named.
All autolsts should boo thu 1908
model of tho Popo Hartford at tho
ton Hamm-Young Co., Ltd. It's tho
best automobile. In tho woild, at
$2750.00. Ask ror thu- booklet that
Albert F. Judd Is substituted as n
party plaintiff for A. W. Carter, whom
lib 1ms succeoded as trustee, In tho
ojectment suit of the Uernlco P. Dish
op trustees against W. R. Castle, Gin
Jan and Lee Wa Chung.
The regular meeting of the Guild
and Woman's Auxiliary of St. An
drew's Cathedral will bo held at 2:30
p, in. on Monday, March 30th, with
Mrs. E. D. Tenuey, Instead of with
Mrs. T. J. King as previously ar
L. Turner, who left Hllo for tho
coast a cotiplo ot yeaf b ago after a res
idence of nearly thirty years, and with
the Intention of remaining theru per
manently, came, back In tho Alameda,
He will cngago In business In Olaa.
Mr. Turner was the organizer of tho
U. Turner Co., Ltd., of Hilo. Since
leaving the Islands ha has been In
business In Santa Ilosa. California.
Until and Including March 31 Is Riv
en to tho parties in tho Ilurns-Afung
case to file Interrogatories, crocs in
terrogatories and redirect Intorrogn
lode's to J, J. Dunne, San Francisco,
and uutll tho fljlng of such redirect)
Interrogatories, but not less than three ;
days from.Murch,G,.UCEslo It. Ilurnsj
may Me, a .general replication to the
answers, Hiid plea to her supplemental'
Of the Xiadder
is p. dangerous place, unless every step, leading up to it is
firm and true, and the "foundation" stsong 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 mtn who climbs frnm the bottom. Our
ladders are safe in every rung.
EXTENSION and STEP LADDERS
The best in the market at reasonable prices.
Strong, Steady, Safe, Adjustable.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING ST.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
LW. Jordan & Go.- Ltd.