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VOL. X. NO. 3974
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. APRIL 11. 1908-14 PAGES
FOR LA FOLLETTE
New Qjotatlons Are
High And Market
Sugar holds tlio center of tlio stage
This morning tlio mlvanco forecast
by Alexander & llaldwln's advices
was morn than realized by u quotation
r 4.13 cciiIb. Then followed a. later
cable putting bcttii at 11b. 8d which
Ih a parity of 4.47. Later tho Holtltz
cable gave n still brighter huo to the
mnrket. Thero Is no telling what the
limit will be. Cuba's crop In far bo
low the estimate und sugar Journahi
received by the mall today change all
WIITett & Gray's Journal for March
20 suys of the raw sugsr maikct:
VISHII.B SUPPLY, Totul stock of
Kurope nnil America, 3,443,352 tons,
against 3,74G,62G tons last year at the
same uneven ilatcB. The decrease r
stock Is 303.274 tons, ag-ilnst a de
crease of 292,591 tons last week. Total
stocks ami afloats together show n
visible supply of 3.548,352 tons,
against 3,846,320 tons last year, or a
decrease of 298,274 tons.
HAWS. Another Importnnt ad
vance In both raws and refined at
homo and abroad marks a notable
week In tho sugar markots of the
world. Centrifugals which closed last
weok at 4,125c. per lb, duty paid 98
test, now stand at 4.36c, tho highest
point yet reaohed'Of theprosent cam
paign. The corresponding Bales, cost
and freight, wero from 2c. up to 3c.
per lb., and at the close Fellers are
withdrawn at this basis and watting
tor a further advance. Flayers seem
willing to rest a while nt this lovcl.
The European markets have kept
pace with our own being stimulated
nomowhat by purchases already made
for the United States. As high as
lis. 9d. per cwt. c. and f. N. Y being
eported for April-May beet ship
( Continued on Face 5)
BY ATTY. GENERAL
Valuable Deputy Is
A. I). I.arnach, tho prominent young
attorney, was tills morning appointed
as second ueputy Attorney ueueini
by Attorney Oenernl Hemenway, Thu
appointment Is one which will very
materially strengthen the department,
especially In u department where It Ih
much needed, namely that of criminal
I.arnach was some years ago em
ployed by tho Hoard of Health to tuku
charge of the mosquito campaign
This ho organize!' nnd did excellent
work, after which ho left for Stanford,
where hu studied law. Ho icturnod
less than a year ago und opened. u law
omco. In splto of the difficulties
which nlwuys confront u young attor
ney he made a surprising lieadwnj,
winning several difficult cases, and he
has continuously been pointed out by
(ho kamnalnns of tho piofcsslon as a
man who was bound to mako his
mark, l.ainach bus, together with
his regular practice, done n great
amount of chnritablo work In tho way
of giving legal ndvlcu to poor people,
and has gained the respect of the com
munity both on account of his profes
sional worth and Ills personal char
Dm I B
After tho Hongkong Marti had de
parted last Thursday night, It was
learned that two stowaways, namely
"Peanuts" and Sammy Stone, went
along with thn I.lllputlans. An in
qulry was made at Hackfeld & Cn.'s
today, but tho truth of the story could
not bo confirmed.
gV'For Rent" cards on sal at
I .11. Mn ottica.
lAsttniatril J'icm fjitclnt Vabte
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 1.
McFarland defeated Jimmy Britt in
the sixth lound. i
This probably marks tho' finish of)
Jimmy Ilrltt's lighting career. Me- .
I'arland has been touted us tho ccin.-j
tug lightweight I'hatnplnn. Xelion, I
his antagonist of u gieat light, was'
recently all but put out by Attell
$50,000. JEWELRY HAUL
lAtioclatrd l'rr.t Xprclat Co Mel
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 11.
The Lundy jewelry store on Market
street was .robbed today of $50,000.
worth of Jewels.
(Special Cable to The Bulletin)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 11.
HcFarland all but knocked out Jim
my Britt in today's fight.
Britt had the worst of it in every
round. He was almost out in the
In the fourth round, after two
rights on the jaw, he fell into his
At the end of the fifth he was
ilooicd three times.
In the sixth and final round Britt
took the count of nine twice and his
father jumped into the ring and
stopped the fight. This, of course,
gave the decision to McFarland. Is
was practically a knockout.
NO THOUGHT OF TRUTH.
"I havo not read tho morning
paper," said n prominent bind- ,
liens man this morning. "I havo
f no reason to believe anything I
4 read In the morning sheet. It
hnH no apparent Intention of glv- -f
ing n truthful statement on any-
1 4- 4- 4-4-4-
lAltoclatrd Vrrlt Special Cubit I
MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 11.
The Wisconsin delegation to the Na
tional convention will give Taft one
vote and La Follctte 25.
RICE WILL PRESIDE
Hepiesentntlve Charles Hire of Ka
uai, chairman of tho convention and
V O. Smith, chairman of the torn
mlttee on resolutions, '
This Is one of tho suggestions made
this morning fur the organization of
the Republican Territorial Conven
tion mi Monday.
It Is claimed thnt Kauai has not
had n convention chairmanship for
u long time nnd Charlie Rico has had
good experience In legislative wtirj;
and cun keep things moving, besides
unraveling any parliamentary tan
gles. Thu committee on resolutions Is
tin Important one as li 'vill shape
I lie iilutform or tlio . invention W.
U Smith Is riinslrieieil a .sued man
for the plure ,
A general tulk with n number Of
tho delegates, those from Honolulu
as well as thoao who have nrilvnl
from the other Islands, showed that
the Munition as far ns the peiwnncl
of tho delegation which Hawaii will
ipnd to Chicago Is concerned. Is still
i verj umeituin proposition. Things
will he in n more dcflnllo shapo after
the Island dolegutlunu have held
theli rallies. Tho Ilnvvnll men will
(Continued on Page G.)
r.l. jjw-TUa fswuv.
NEW YBRK FOR HUGHES
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 11.
The New York Republican Conven
tion has instructed its delegates for
IN MEMORY OF STEVENS
lAttocialttl 1'rttt Betctal Cablt
SEOUL, Korea, April 11. .Im
pressive services were held here to
day in memory of the late D, W.
Although the local market is prac
tically out of pineapples, our source
of supply is such that for the ALA
MEDA, 22ND INST., we shall have a
number of crates of very choice pines.
These will be snapped up like hot
cakes, so place your order early.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
Long, Cold Drink
When Arc You
going to make out that will
of yours t We have been
telling youwhy it Is neces
sary; NOW DO IT.
But do it in the right
way. Have it drawn up in
PROPER LEGAL FORM.
We will do this for you
free of charge, if you make
us one of the executors.
Fort St. Bcnobl'
JHADD A C( tlie furniture people in
. IlVrr OC lU., Lewers & Cooke Building,
In Flannels and Serges
PLAIN AND IN STRIPES.
These are the very swellest and nattiest trousers of
the season. They are all looped for belts, and have side
buckles. We offer them at prices from
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER 0V FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
KM Street, have just received, per steamer Arizonan, from
New York, a very large shipment of the DAINTY FIBER
RUGS which have made such a hit here. The line includes
rugs of all sizes and of all colors and combinations some
os the prettiest effects possible. One can even get a rug
12 ft. by 15 ft in size, all woven in one piece on a single
loom. These goods are specially adapted to Arts and
Crafts, Mission, and Colonial rooms; while many of them
daintily woven and colored in cretonne and chintz effects
find ready acceptance for bedrooms and for cottage furnish
ings. Among the sizes are:
The line also comprises a selection of very fine Fiber matting, woven finer than
any Chinese or Japanese matting made,, very durable as to wearing quality, and in dain
ty tan, green, or blue colorings.
Early callers at our store will have an opportunity to select from a great range of
patterns. Remember you can get as nice a pattern in these inexpensive FIBER
rugs as you would get were you buying an expensive Brussels rug.
185 King Street '
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 11. VALDEZ, April 11. The Amcri
The Japanese .liner America Manr can tuto in the New York-to-Paris
left this port today for the Oricat race is returning to Seattle. The
without a package of Chinese cat go. country through which its course
This is the result of the boycott of was outlined is impassable,
the Japanese as an outcome of the . -
w. . w ,-.
i at.su maru auair. 'mm a n 1
Tho Henry Wntorhouso Trust Com
pany received a cablegram from !M
Pollltz this morning stating that raw
Kugur sold In New York for 4.4!) cents
'ic simp iBf
JURORS FOR RUEF
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 11.
Six jurors have been secured for the
trial of Abe Ruef.
Evening Pulietln 75i Per month. ,
Jnn Kill). Ilk the woild fnnmim vio
linist, will play In Honolulu under
tho mnujgcmeut of V. 1) Ad inn. ol
the llcrgstiom Music coinpunt.
Tlio laBt mail lirotighl a letter to
Mr. Adams stntltig that Kubcllk will
pass through on the Mamma, tho first
or bocond of May. Ho will hilng nl.
own accompanist nnd a vticU solmst.
The steamer will wait over to enable
ttti tt T-i -i him to give n concert.
When You Jfeel ,,.v'u"!"bK',,,o,,ay,',f,,a!,rm
like having an ice-cream, n
soda, or when you're candy
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
oar parcels delivery route. Our wa
fon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
PASO R0BLES, Cal., April 11.
Admiral Evnns is resting quietly.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 11.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
8 l-4d. Parity, 4.47 cents. Tiev
ious quotation, lis. Gd.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 10.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals, 4.43
j cents, or $38.60 per ton. Previous
quotation, 4.36 cents.
I BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 6d. Pur
ify, 4.43 cents, Previous quotation,
lis. 6 3-4d.
This swell shoe, made o.-er the Come, 1(1 lTSt, has the
Pointed Swing Toe, which, gives it a graceful yptMoo,,aud yet
is very roomy in the tread. . . "i A ....
There's no slipping in the heel, or bulging in the sides,
which arc so common in some makes of shoes.
When a man wears a Bannister Shoe, he feels that he is cor
p. o.iiox 469. "Co., 3LtdU ' "'' PUone 282
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