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EVENING! U'JUJCTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 190S.
RUGBY-A Man's Oxford f
YOU cannot mistake 3
our RUGBY. It 3
has individuality, 3
style and snap. In j
a general way only, 5
it is like other shoes. 2
Specifically it is dif
ferent. Ask to see
the RUGBY. Stock
number 36 L-.
Mclnerny Shoe. Store j
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 7. 1908
NNES LACES and
These are going at Bargain Sale Prices
Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
The Gentle Member
of the W.C.T.U. feels "to much better" after her cup of tea
or coffee! The reason is that it has given her'a stimulus
that refreshes and invigorates her for the time; but tea aud
coffee contain poisonous alkaloids that may cause grave in
juries to the nervous system.
Doctors often forbid the use of tea or coffee, while they
encourage the moderate use of beer, as a natural tonic and
food, jhe Ijest beer is
BucMiead Xiithia Water
Horn Buckhead Springs, Virginia.
In cases of 60 Qts. or 1 Soz. Half Gls,
LEWIS fe CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS 1G0 KINO ST. PHONE 240
Tho rcdernl Importer for Murch
2 Ith says of the Riigar market
SUflAH. Our market lias continued
firm, on the bants of 3 00c cost nnd
freight, for Cubas, for March-April
shipment. On Thursday Messrs. V
J McCnhan Sugar Refining Company
purchased 25,000 bags Cubi centrif
ugals, for March-April shipment, al
3 00c cost nnd freight, basis 9C. and
Messrs. Arbucklo Drothcrn entered
the market and took all the sugars of
forlng on this basis, It being costl
mated tlint tho quantity secured wns
between 125,000 to 17G.000 bags. It
was at first thought that more than
this had been Bcctliod, but from later
developments it would appear that
tho other FU$ars had simply been
withdrawn nnd not sold On account
of 6200 bags Porto Itlcu centrifugals
In port, lmvInK sold on Saturday nt
4 l-4c, basis 90. reducing tho spot
quotation to this basis, combined with
tho fact that Europe wns ratlier eas
ier, jesterdny morning's quotations
being on the basis of lis. 0id for
the current, and 11b. l'4d for next
month, n decline of nbout 3d. sellers
became freer in their offerings, and
probtbly 150,000 lugs to 20,000 bigs
were obtainable, at last prlccj, and
ono lot of 12,000 bags, for prompt
shipment, could havo been purchased
on tho basis of 2 lS-lCc, cost and
freight for DC test. In tho afternoon
there was a rather firmer tone, duu to
tho Impiovemont In prices nbroad, ami
today further strength was developed,
on receipt of tho Cuban figures. This
lcsulted in tho American Sugar Helm
ing Company entering tho mnrkct and
purchasing all tho sugar obtainuuio.
on tho basis of 3 00c. cost and freight,
or 4 3Cc. duty p ild for 'JO centrifugal
In all thoy produced nbout 200.O0C
b.ics nt this figure, and at the closo
wo find the market very strong, with
sellers withdrawn, and the spot quo
tation on tho basis of 4.3Cc. duty paid
for 9G centrifugals, 3 SCc. duty paid
for 69 Muscovadoes, and i Clc. duty
paid for S9 molasses sugars. Theru is
little or nothing to uild to whit wo
lmo already written on tho situation.
CUIIA. Thcro Is Ilttlo or nothing
to add to what wo hao already writ
ten. As tho season progresses, ex
treme shortage In Cuba becomes cer
tain, and advices would ten to show
that 950,000 tons wns closo toi max
imum. It was generally thought this
nyprnlng that receipts would show
Lome Ilttlo Incrcaso oor last week's
llgures, when thero was such a decid
ed falling off, but tho result was qutto
the contrary, as receipts were only
40,000 tons, as compared with 45,000
tons last week, C1.OJ0 tons In l'JOT,
and 54,000 tons In 1900, wlil'e exports
show n coi responding jjpercase, and
the number of centrals had fallen off
to 141, or 20 less than were grinding
a week ugo. Stocks In the Island total
211,0(0 tons. At this time last jour
Cuba was carrlng n stock of 371,000
tons, so. It iwlll bo keen )hat they
should have no difficulty In holding
back tho balnnco of their 'snpplles,
and obtaining for them tho full Hiiro
pean parity. Thcro is very lltllu
sugar being offered for sale, and tho
excitement of planters over the short
ago creates a most unusual condition
Under dato of March J4th, our Cu
ropcan correspondent writes:
"The upward tendency of our mar
ket continues, prices have during thu
week advanced 2 3d. in Ilttlo bits, cau
tiously from day to day, tho reason
for this slow piogre8 must bo sought
in tho hesitation of outsiders and tho
absence of largo speculative cliques,
which In former )ears were pushing
and disturbing elements. The Trade
feels confident of tho Inherent good
position of tho article, nnd thtf March
statistics becin to deolop favorably,
but tho Cuba nows predominates In
IAMB OF STOCC
Rrewrr ft Cfl..
lwa Plantation Cn ....
Haw Com & Sac Co ..
llotiomu Sugar Co
Honolcaa Sugar Co. .,
Haiku Suvar Co
Kaliuku Plamallmi Ln
Koloa Sugar Co ..
Mctlr?d Sugar Co .
(lain Sugar Co. ...
Onomca Sugar Co ....
Ooknla Sagar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uil
Paaliau ugar I'lantjCo
fartlit. -sutarai .. ,
rli Plantation Co , .
reeken Sugar Co...,
Waialua AgitcCo,,, .
Wriluku Sugar Co ...
VValmanalo Sugar Co
VSalmtJ Sugar Mill Co
Inter lilaml Steam N Co
Hon H T 1. Co I're)
Honk r .VI. Co Com
Mutual Telrptionc Co
Nihiku UMtr Co ,
Paid Up, ... . .
Nilnku Mutlr Co Am.
linn H ft M en . .
Ilvwallan Pineapple Co.
Haw Ter!if pc
Haw rrriM'C ....
Haw Gov't i tic
Cl lleet Sug U Rl Co
Ham, I) tell Co,
Unoer Ditcli 6
Haw Sugar Co 6 p c...
1 1 Mo R KCo Con ope
Hull Kl ItktOtpc
Oahu Sugar Co J p c .
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
I'.io Sug Mill Co, Ca
Puia Plantation Co ....
Plonw Mill Co 6 pc,
Waialua VjtrlfCo ape
1 IMI OH
1 7 i lll
finnvt tin ttrlj1
4 Jl, IV
)IIH,I' Jl' jji,
Sales Between Boards GO Ewa,
$27: 75 r.vva, 27; 25 Kwa $27 Ses
sion: $500 Haiku Gs, $99; 5 Kwn, tijt.
Latest sugar quotation 4.36 cents or
987.20 per toru
1 YAQUINO OYSTERS
i Did vou ever, trV them? The most
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after 4 with every drink.
31ULliV & Merchant St
London Beets, lis 1 1 -2d
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co,,
Stock and-Bond Depaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT 3T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
DISCUSSED BY ACHI
Says He Can Beat Both
LOCAL AN0 GENERAL
Five thousand people every day
read the Bulletin Want Ads. Let
them help you.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Kent KranKlIn cars. Stkyds. Stbls.'
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
King up Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride, l'hone 107.
Cnll nt Woman's UnchniiRe for lels,
cut flowers, curios, itc, etc, etc
Wliy not spend the xumiimr nt one
of the Uetisldo Cottagvst KngnKe a
To enjoy the best rldo ln an auto In
Honolulu ring tP 290 for Jim Qulnit's
new seven seated tcerlcss.
Molllo K Amoy, who 11 cuing tinU
Amoy for divorce, wns today given
$2 00 a week alimony pendente lite
Who is lining too best saKxin mini
ness In town? Why, tlio Fashion, ol
course, for they sell the bist nnd ate
tho finest mixologists,
When J on vvunt a good, long smoke
ono that Ib full of satisfaction and
cno)mcnt, nsk for a General Arthur
Cigar. M A. Qtinst & Co.
Don't forget that tlio placo to get
becoming ribbons for ottr Kastcl
dress Is at litem's big ribbon sale A
Dlom. Model Illock, Fort street
Your typewriter should be kept in
xcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd,
can attend to tt for you. a none 14a.
IMitor T8iirushlma of tho Hawaiian
Japanese Dally Chronicle lift In the
Mnuna Kca today for Hllo, whero ho
Intends to enjoy a three weeks' ac
KuJIoka lias brought suit against
William Holt for 1125, tho alleged
v.ilue of a sorrel mare which ho sas
ho sold to Holt nnd which lina never
Don i inn ui seo ino new niui cc
cluslvu designs In vvnll paper that
have Just arrival from tho Const for
Lowers & Cooke, Ltd. Thc arc hand
some, original, artistic.
Tho Kdtson Phonograph (now mod
el) is superior In every point to every
other phonograph, graphophone, or
grnmnplionu, of nny make Call and
hear It nt tho Hawaiian Ncvvh t.o,
Ltd , Young building
Dr Sciuidcr, with the deaconesses
nnd tho standing committee of C V
church will recelvo in tho church pir
lors on Thursday evening, Aprll'-LUli
Strangers in tho city and all interest'
cd In tho church are cordially Invited
In tho matter of J. I'. Hodrlgtios vs
William McCaijdlcss. a suit on n prom
Issory note, Judge Do Dolt jesterday
gave Judgment for the plaintiff In the
sum of J1UBD, together with costs lit
tome) 8 commissions and Interest at
12 per cent from July 20, 1007.
Under the nblo management of Of
ficer IUoes of tho Police Department,
a very luscious spread wti3 given last
Saturday night at Scotty's. Tho oc-
caslon was given in honor or Chief of
Dttectlves A. P. Talor nnd K. P. Ii
win of tho Hill lot in tcportoilal
staff, who leavo shortly for tho main
land. Chief Tnjlor leaves today on
tho U S. A T. Ilnftird for San Fran
cisco, where he Is to meet Admiral
Thomas of tho Atlantic flcU and the
city police there Mr. Irwin will prob
ibly leavo on Thursday for Snn Fran
cisco. Mnnngcr (leorgo Hcnshall mid
City Editor Dan Uigan of tho Star de
.lvered appropriate remarks anent tho
appioachlng departures, nnd Talor
ami Irwin were wished all manner of
The Home of
9 VtaW 5a CS v Sa v S W Vat sa t v va 9 Na Vat Sa a SaW W
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.,
Lli L 1
V8-180 KINO STftEET.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of S,B,, A. J. 0. 0., No. 60247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0., No. G2304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy; ,
a ; x v '
ir ii V - ii '
There will bo a concert by the Ha
vvnllan band at Thomas Squaro this
evening at 7:30. Following is tho
March "Tho Artists' Club".Mclnccko
Overture "Tell" (by rtmiesthKosslnl
rnntasla "Caslna Air" .. Hollander
Selection "Tho Hunawny Girl" (by
Vocal Hawaiian Songs . ar. b) llorger
Selection "Tho Iloso Halden".Cowen
Intermezzo "Tho Llttlo Toklneio"
March "Through Itattlo to Victory"
"Tho Star Spangled Ilanner."
IS JACK AFTER THE JOB I
(Continued from Pace 5.)
nnd then acting without saving be
fore hand how ho Is going to act.
Tho man who Is supposed to bo
most actively chasing tho Job Is Dr.
Wnvson, now a member of tlio Uoird
of Health and Plnkham's most vig
orous opponent In the mattor which
Iibb for the past week or ten (lavs
been agitating tho Hoard Whether
Waysou could be appointed Is a nuos
tlon. Tho law rcnulics that tho Hoard
bo composed of sovui members, two
of whom shall bo physicians, funf
business men. and tho Attorney (ion
oral an ox-ofllclo member. Governor
l'rear btatcd this morning that-- lie
look It to bo tho Intent of tho law
that tho President should bo a btial.
ness man rather than a physician, A
physician has been at tho head of tho
lloaul, but that wob beforo the law
was amended in 1903, making tho
presidency of tho Hoard a salaried i
Outside of tho two abovo named, no
others have been mentioned for Pink'
ham's nlaco It appears most prob
ublo. however, that Plnkham will bo
gf BULLETIN ADS. PAY -WS
STT Rainier j
8 iiWlwlBlB Everywhere
ft v :pipv??HV Alwavs
W fy3M&aMvr yd-;. Rainier
ft L M J Tel. 1331
"I would Hlco to seo tho Republican
party put up Chas. Hustace Jr., and
tho Democratic part) Jut up C. P.
Inukea ns candidates ftir.mu)or on
their respective tickets," said W. C
Achl, "In that event, I will probabl)
run ns maor on the Labor pnrfy
ticket. I would Ilka to show to tho
people who aro trying to suppress nit
that I am not ns easj a nun to Jicat
u h they think I am I sic that laukea
has said that Chas Hustace and my
self aro not fit to he mi) or, bccaiua
wo do not possobs business ability.
In this connection I wish to ttato that
I havo earned my livelihood during
tho pasl twenty years Indopondentlv.
I never workol under anybody nor
havo 1 sought an olllcq I can live on
like this without depending on a Job
or an ofllce I am used to living like
this and oamlng my livelihood. I can
mnko my "living without a govern
"In tho case of Inukea, I know ho
cannot muko a living without an of
fice. He possesses no business qual
ifications and ho cannot get along In
tho world unless ho was given n Job
He Is practically n Jobclmor, Ho Is
trying to be mayor on the Democratlo
ticket. I would like to seo mm gel
tlio nomination us candidate for mav-
or. Should ho do loriunaio cnougn
to get that luck I will run ugaliiBt
him and heat him badly I would like
to seo who of us Is the stronger man.
I am posltlvo t can beat him
"Regarding Hustaco, I am ready to
meet him at tho polls He seems to
think that ho can beat mo. but ho Is
creatly mistaken With all his Inllu
ence. popularity and money to back
Bid Diyi SflSI
On tho evening of tho arrival of
the V S, A T Huford, theru will be
an exceptional!) lino dance at the
popular Scasldo Hotel. Hrncst Kanl
will he thcro with his Interesting
singing orchestra nnd thero will be
a good tlmo for all tho friends of the
Armv and Navy nnd tho Seaside.
ART IN EVERY HOME
Every home may have the most beautiful designs by
the most famous WALL PATER artists, if a selection is
made from our new Stock of the Latest nnd Most Exclu
sive Designs that have just arrived from the Coast.
This year's creations arc the most artistic and unique
that we have ever had. You will make a great mistake if
you fail to profit by yjur present opportunity to get these
handsome and original patterns in Wall Paper.
Call and sec them at '
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KINO ST.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
if HONOLULU WEATHER
Tuesday, April 7.
Temperatures C a ni., 70; 8 n. m,
72; 10 a. in , 72; noon, 74; morning
Haiomcter, 8 n. m, 30 0C; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in, fi,!9G grains per
cubic root; relative humidity, 8 u m,
71 per cent; dow point, 8 n ni , 03.
Wind 0 'n. in , velocity C, direction
K.; 8 n. in., velocity 8, direction i:.
10 a. m. velocity 14 direction U ,
noon vploclty 15 direction E
Rainfall during 24 hours ended S' a.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon 2GS miles
WM U. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U, S. Weather Iiurea"
YACHT HAWAJI NOTES
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 303. 002 NUUANU.
and cloth of A-l quality tan be pur
0. Sox 061. Telephone 931.
THE BELLE OF NEW YORK
never rode in a more comfortable car
than the one I effer for public use at
lowest prices. Care in management
ar.d discretion in the selection of
roads make this the favorite of all
McLEOD. MAJESTIC 241
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Oone by the
v Ith their new FRENCH dry cloanlno
218 Corotanla 8L Phone 1491.
Honolulu, March 21 Tho yacht
Hawaii, which Is to represent tho
tAn.ltn.u . Ilnwflll In tlin uni ntlil
him up I win surely ucai mm iu me Tran,.Incflc Yacht Ilnce. will bo
launched within n tow days. With
the exception of the shipping of her
hurdwaro, the stepping of her mast
ond her rigging and sails, sho Is com
pleted. Her hurdwaro nrilyed two
davs ago by the steamship HUonlan,
and her sails arrived at the same
"These, Itopubllcan traitors cannot
fool tjio Hawaiian all tho tlmo. I am
out to light thorn and expect to conic
out victorious on election day. Per
sonally I am not looking for an oluce;
but If I am backed up by my col
leagues, I shall havo to abide by their
". ' " .7 .', ,nr",,Hv time. Her mast nnd spars are ex-
petHeu Wlllllll u wucit UJ luu nii-mii-
ship Columbian. S. V. Chronicle.
Tho annual meeting of tlio Ha
waiian Tennis Association will bo
hold Wcdnesdny afternoon nt C
o'clock In the club-house of the IM
clllc Tennis Club.
who-will servo ns major at tho com
lug election. I would rather remain
us I am and pinctlce my profession
ob I havo dono In tho past"
KIND OF A DAMPER
Aunt Samnnthy: What arc pool
rooms, Joslah? Is It where tlio city
Parke Howelor: Yes, auntlo cr
that Is, it's whero thoy got soaked.'
185 editorial rooms 250 fa"''
neis office. These are, the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
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Fiber Matiing in various
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