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RUGBY A Man's Oxford
YOU cannot mistake
our RUGBY. It
style and snap. In
a general way only,
it is like other shoes.
Specifically it is dif
ferent. Ask to see
the RUGBY. Stock
number 36 L.
Mclnerny Shoe Store 1
These are going at Bargain Sale Prices
Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
The Gentle Member
of the W.C.T.U. feels "so much Letter" after her cup of tea
or coffee! The reason is that it lias Riven her ti stimulus
that refreshes and invigorates her for the time; but tea and
coffee contain poisonous alkaloids that may cause grave in
jane's to the nervous system.
Doctors often forbid the use of tea or coffee, while they
encourage the moderate use of beer, as a natural tonio and
food. The best beer is
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. April 8. 1908
'Buekb.ea.dl Ziithia. Water
Ircm Buckhead Springs, Virginia. In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Doz. Half Qls.
LEWIS Sl CO., LTD., .
SOLE AGENTS 1G9 KINO ST. PHONE 240
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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.
1 Scotty s
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Czurnlkow Mncdougall & Co, re
port as follows on the sugar market
miller dale of March 20:
As tlie week progressed, It became
evident tlint the conviction was gain
ing ground both here and In Europe
that the official estimate of the Cu
ban crop must bo reduced. That Cu
ban planters had nlrcady realized
this was shown by the way In which
they were holding on to their present
stocks nnd prospective production,
and by the Impossibility of drawing
fiom them Arm offers, such na would
have been freely forthcoming had
their lews of the crop outlook been
ns optimistic ns those hitherto ad
hered to In some quarters.
Alt doubts ns to the seriousness of
the sltuntlon have now been dispelled
by the announcement made jesterday
by Messrs. (luma-MeJer thnt they now
estimated the crop at 900,000 ions
minimum and 1,000,000 tons maxi
mum, nnd by the fact thnt the num
ber of Centrals nt work was reduced
to 154. Kvcn these reduced esti
mates nro considered by some Cuban
authorities ns too high.
The result of this week's develop
ments In Culm has been nn advance
of .ISc. In prices of cane sugar for
shipment nnd of 9d. per cwt. In Eu
ropean Meets of this ciop, nnd of
3 l-2d. In noxt crop now In course
of being sown.
At this dato a month ngo Culms for
shipment wcro quoted nt 2.38c. c. f
I'orlo Klcos ut 3.73c. c. I. f mid
prompt llccts ut 9s. 9 3- Id. f. o. b
the last named being equivalent to
2.71c. c. f. for Culms, n difference of
Today, Culms arc quoted nt 3c. c.f.,
I'm to ltlros nt 4.35c. c. I. f., nnd
prompt llccts nt lis. 4 l-2d. f. o. h
the hist in this case being equivalent
lo 3.05c. c. f. for Cubna, u difference,
of only .05c.
As, even ut the advanced quota
tions, both Culms and Porto Hlcos nro
hard to be obtained, it will not bo
surprising If U. S. refiners turn to
Kuropo nnd pay the slight premium
necessary to get licet supplies in the
large quantities that nn equivalent
price would fall to draw from cane
countries. There nro rumors that re-
liners havo already resorted to Eu
rope, but these rumors cannot yet bo
continued, nlthough there Is more
than n suspicion thnt they nro true.
whether Cuban nnd Porto Itlcan
holders nro following n wise course
In stilt keeping hack their sugars is
bomewhut doubtful, for they havo
now to reckon with European com
petitors. At same tlmo it Is unques
tionable that the carrying ability of
Cuba Is much In excess of Its present
holdings of 191,000 tons at the six
principal ports, for In May, last year,
the stocks nt those ports reached
When the future of the market 'Is
being considered, there Is one Impor
tant point that must not ho lost sight
of, namely, the extension of tho Eu
ropean licet ncrcuge that tho advance
may glvo rlso to. Hitherto, the opin
ion has prevailed that licet sowings
would not bo Increased, but the ad
vance of Cd. per cwt., during the
picscnt month, in tho quotations for
Now Crop, may bring nhout an In
crease In so win kb that will ultimate
ly net as n serious check upon tho
market. It Is of Importance to re
member that we are still six weeks
fiom the end of the sowing period iii
Europe, nnd that there. Is yet time for
European lieets havo advanced
steadily, and today's f. o. Ii. quota
tions arc: March, lis. 1 l-2d.; April,
lis. 4 l-2d,; May, Us. Bd.; August,
lis. 7d. Next crop, Octohcr-Deccra-her,
The receipts for the woek at tho
three Atlantic ports were 02,307
LOUISIANA. Iloports were circu
lated this week to the effect that the
total output for this campaign would
not exceed 275,000 tons (2,240 lbs.),
hut careful Inquiry shows that a crop
of 310,000 to 315,000 tons Is all hut
assured. The first arrivals of foreign
sugar took place this week and con
sisted of 25,000 bags Porto Rlcos and
23,000 bags Culms.
ItEPINEn. Yesterday all our re
finers advanced prices 20 points,
bringing tho quotations of tho Amer
ican Sugar helloing Co., 11, H. How
ell, Son & Co., and Arhuckle llros. to
tho busts of 5.10c. less 1 per cent,
for (Iranulutcd, and thobe f tho fed
eral Sugar Itcllntng Co. to basis of
5.20c. This morning a further nd
vnnco of 10 points by all but tho
federal Sugar Itcllntng Co. estab
lishes a uniform basis of 5 20c less
1 per cent, for (Irnnulnted. These
advances wcro fully expected by tho
Trade, in vlow of tho increased cost
of raw sugars.
The number of Centrals nt work
In Cuba Is now i educed to 154.
AME O STOCC I'.llUi
2 Brewer At CiUhww
Rwa Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Agric. Co....
Haw Com & sue Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co.,..
Honomu Sugar Co ...
llonokaa Sugar Co . ,
Haiku Sugar Cn
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klpatiutc Sugar Co....
Kolna Sugar Co ....
Oalu Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co .,,.
Ookoia Sigar Plant Co
niaa Sugar Co Mil ....
raatiau Sugar t'lnl Co
Pacific Sugar M Itl
Tala Plantation Co
rrpwkeo Sugar Co. . . .
Floiirtr Mill Co
Watalua Agrlc Co
W.llukll Sugar Co ....
Walm&nato Sua ir Co.
Waimra Sugar M II Co
lntcr.tanil Stram NCo
Hon HTM. Co Prd
Hon KTJc I. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Cd
Nalnkil Puller Co Ana.
Haw Ter a PC
Haw Ter a H ir
Haw Gov't e r
C feet Sug It Kel Co
Haiku Sugar To 6 pc
Ham. Ditch L'n ,
Haw Com ft ugCojic
Haw Sugar Cob pc...
H ilo R R Co Con o p c
linn R Tilt L Co 6 i c
Kahuku P.ant Cn 6 p c.
Uahu Kfc I.Co6iic'..
Oahu Sugar Co l p c . .
Olaa Sugar Cn6 p c
Pac- Sug. Mill Co, (.
Cala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co fipc.
Walalua gre Cu f p c
MrUrrileb Co'al. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thi i the best month of the year
to sell or rent property and of
course to use the
, Want Ads.
Sales Session: $100u Pala Cs,
t00; 25 Kwr, J27i 15 Kwa. $27; 25
Notice Tho Directors or Pepeokco
Sugar Co. havo tleclaieil a monthly
dhldend of 1 por cent beginning April
Latest tugar quotation 4.36 cents or
$370 per ton.
London Beets, lis 3d
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Depa.tn.6ni
Member Honolulu OtocK and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
NEXT TO YOUNG- DLDG., '78-190 KING STREET.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
Tne pnrc-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibwny of Y. B., A. J. C, C, No. G0247,
nnd Gnenon lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. C2304, at service at $10.
TeL890 TSie Pond Bairy
at tho l.3C-ccnt quotiitlon was that
sent out by tho Alaskan, which car
ried over ten thousand tons of sugar.
This cargo was divided at tho Isth
mus but It has all reached the mar
ket. Tho shipments by the Sugar Fac
tors' Company up to tho end of Jnn
uary wcro 10,903 tons; in February,
50,35" tons; in March, 35,502 tons,
nnd so far In April 1 1,005 tons. Tho
following nro the essoin, tho dates
of sailing, nnd the tons of this yenr's
crop of sugar shipped by tho Sugar
Factors' Company. In some cases
this is not tho whole sugar cargo of
tho vessel named, tho remainder be
ing cither from lust year's crop, or
shipped by others than tho Sugar
Factors' Company, which handles
about SO per cent, of the sugar crop
of tho Islands:
Mexican, Nov. 3d 1,001
Emily F. Whiting, Dec. 28. 2,000
llllonlan, Dec. 30 1,501
Texan, Jan. fi 8,812
II. C. Wright, Jan. 7 190
Columbian, Jnn. 18 11,955
It. I'. Itlthct, Jnu. 19 1,913
Amy Turner, Jan. 25 ...... 1,371
llllonlan, Jnn. 28 919
Arlzonnn, Jan. 31 12,010
Nevadan, Jan. 9 5,098
Mohican, Feb. .1 1.22S
W. II. Marston, Feb. 12 .... 2,010
Mexican,. Feb. 13 12,012
Ncbraskan, Feb. 15 4,80.)
Irmgnrd. Feb. 15 1,044
Fort George, Feb. 18 2,930
13. M. Phelps, Feb. 19 5,100
St. Katherlne, Feb. 20 1,825
Nevadan, Feb. 21 4,772
llllonlan, Feb. 25 1,034
Alaskan, Feb. 27 11,919
II. C. Wright, Feb. 27 ..... 42
Andrew Welch, Feb. 29 .... 1,477
George Curtis, March 11 ... 2.8C2
Toxan, March 12 12,097
James Holph, March It ... 978
Kntorpriso, March 17 1,199
Ncbraskan, March 20 4,978
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Kent Franklin cars. Stkytls. StbK
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
Hlng up Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride. Phono 107.
Why not spend tho summer nt one
of tho Seasldo Cottages? Kngngc a
Tho toap that ghet satisfaction In
every way besides being a homo pro.
duct Is Pau-ka-hnna.
To enjoy tho hot rldo In an nuto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim (Julnn's
new sevcn-fenteil rccricss.
Automobile Hxtiert C .1. KMinpnhii;
has resigned his position with the on
llamm-Young Company und It taking
Who Is doing the best saloon busi
ness In town? Why. the Furhlon, ol
course, for they sell tho best and are
the finest mixologists.
Victorlno Soares Vlelra yesterday
secured release from his wife, Mnrla
Urltes Ignaclo Vlelra, dotertlnn being
the ground of action
Your Kastcr dress will look twice n
handsome for the addition of a few
wcll-cliOEcti ribbons, foil can find
them nt Ilium's big ribbon sale
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to tt lor you. .rnone 143."
Manager Cant of tho Hawaiian Ma
hogany Lumber Co. has retired from
Its management. For the present
Manager W. W. Harris will assume
II. Ilcnjcs, formerly a member of
F. A. Schncfcr & Co., left In tho S. S.
Nippon Mam after a brief visit hero
uiitl after being away from hero for
Ladles uio now fortunate in being
nblo to go to Mrs. Dunn's nnd pick
out Just tho ribbons, feathers, etc.,
that they dcslro and have their hat
trimmed whllo they wait.
Captain Otv.cll bcllecs that tho
War Department will tnko chargu of
tho work of dredging Pearl Harbor
channel and It Is llkoly that It will do
everything except build wharves for
tho station. Tho Captain Is piepariug
estimates on tho cost of dredging, for
tho Chamber of Conuncrco.
Amosa Knuithl, tho wrestling long
shoreman, who is out with a $lo0
challenge, will probably bu matched
with Sailor Itobcrts for iirni of tho pie
llmlnnrlcs to tho Kanno-Froelecher
match. A consultation will bo held
with tho promoters this afternoon,
nnd arrangements will bo made.
Thcro aro two golf matches sched
uled for next Sunday, onu on the links
at Moanalua and the other ut the
Country Club. Tho Whlto Uock cup
will bo plnjed for ut tlid beautiful
links used by tho Honolulu Golf Chili
nt Moanalua, while tho unique one
club tourney will bo pulled off at the
Tho Wireless Telygraph Compiny
has secured tho uso of land leased h
tho O. It. & I- Co. near tho mill at
Knliuku, on the beach, and material
and machinery for tho long distance
wlreli'ss station will soon bo ordered.
Within n week work will bo started
jo the telephouo Hue to connect the
Knliuku stntlon with tho Honolulu of
fice, the present lino to Harbor's Point
being switched off at Pearl City and
extending to Knliuku.
The Home of
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ART IN EVERY HOME
Every home may have the most beautiful designs by
the most famous WALL TAPER artists, if a selection is
made from our new Stock of the Latest and Most Exclu
sive Designs that have j'ust 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 your present opportunity to get these
handsome and original patterns in Wall Paper.
Call and see them at
nil's .tun awo
Tho Sugar Factors' Company has
shipped HC.887 tons of this year's
crop of sugar nntl a good share of
this amount has leached the market
or hid! fair to get the high prices
that are now ruling.
Land Commissioner Pratt Is work
ing on u new form of lnnd lease for
small Government lenses. This Is In
conformity with the suggestion of the
Governor, niudo some tlmo ngo. Ait
other matter upon which be Is worl.
Ing 13 an nrtlcie for tho Promotion
Committee on tho lnnd laws and ag
ricultural possibilities of Hawaii. The
article In uso In tho Committee lit
erature now was written several
years ago, and since that tlmo con
ditions hae changed considerably.
The leases of tho Kapaa rice land!
are being made to the men who
bought them nt auction last Mon
day, and not to nny lulls of Chinese.
A curious fact In connection will
the miction Is that tho least valuabln
tract of rice land, according to the
Commissioner, Is the one which caus
ed tho most spirited bidding nnd
which brought by far tho best price
What Is back of tho matter no ous
enn flguro out, hut Pratt thinks t"t
it was a personal fight among Hie
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING ST.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUUANU.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
0. Box 061. Telephone 931.
THE BELLE OF NEW YORK
never rode in a more comfortable oar
than the one I offer for publie uso at
lowest prices. Care in management
ar.d discretion in the selection of
roads make this tht favorite of all
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
Ith thalr now FRENCH dry cleaning
268 EvreUnla St. Phone 1491.
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It. P Ilithot, March IM
Virginian, .March 2!
Muriel, March 27
O. C. Tobey, April 3 . . .
Astral, April C
I'M ward Sewall, Apill G
On the evening of tho arrival of
the U. S. A. T. Iluford, thoro will ho
nn exceptionally flue tlanco nt tho
popular Seaside Holol. Krnest Kanl
will bo tlierr with his interesting ulng
lug orchettra and thoru will bo a good
tlmo for nil the friends of the Ami)
Tho first cargo to teach Now York laud Nav and tho Seaside.
ii ii Ii ii
Temperatures C a. in., 70; 8 a. in.,
72; 10 a. m., 74; noon, 70; morning
Ilaromcter, 8 a. m., 30.10; absolute
humidity, 8 a. til., C.S7I grains per
cubic foot; relattvu humidity, 8 a. in.,
CU percent; dew point, 8 a. ni 01.
Wind C a. in., icloclty 5, direction
N. i:.; 8 a. in., velocity 8, direction
N. i:.; 10 a. m velocity 11, direction
N. K.; noon, velocity 10, direction NU.
Halnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 a
m., .18 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 283 miles.
W.M. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Ilurcau
"You loved her oryninch?"
"So much that when her llrst hus
hand died I married her that I might
fhaio her grief and to lessen It."
"Ami bow did It work""
"Tine! I'm sorrier now for his
death than shu Is." Houston Post.
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
Ii I UiflOllL Section Director, U. 8. Weather ilurcau V
E.W. Jordan & Co., Ltd. 1
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