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RUGBY A Man's Oxford
Mclnerny Shoe Store j
STRAIGHT COLD WATER
when it is unboiled, is a very dangerous drink J when boiled, it is
the "flattest, stalest, and most unpalatable" of drinks.
SODA WATER is BOILED WATER with the addition of a
little carbonic acid; that makes it better.
BEER is SODA WATER with the addition of a little malt
extract and still less alcohol; that makes it the best drink and
tonio you can get, and the cheapest, too.
IS THE BEST OF ALL
!. J!iB.BJMBl i J Li llil
is showing the only
Buckliead Lithia Water
from Suckhead Springs, Virginia. In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Doz. Half Ols,
LEWIS fc CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS 169
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after 4 with every drink.
I HTjf l'v'tAAriifl9n3t aMi kVfcTE
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 178-190 KINQ 8TREET. PHONE 287.
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
J ' 11
Is Showing Entirely New Goods.
Nuuanu below Hotel.
try them? The most
I Iron Fence
(Continued' from Pttce 1)
menta, equal to 4.40c, per Hi for cen
trifugals. Kuropenn beet quotations
for tbo week rose from 11b. 0il. to
Its. 4Wil., 4.40c. tier lb. parity, clos
ing Btcntly at tlio advance
The parity of beets to centrifugals
Is now 4 cts. per 100 lbs. higher for
Tho stimulus for tho somen lint re
ntal kahla advance noted Is founhd In
the conviction prevalent of an un
known shortage In the Cuba crop,
which in Instances Is no doubt exag
gerated, although tsnlUclently Import
ant to warrant the rise which has al
ready taken place.
Also, for a continued number of
Hooks Mr. I.lcht rcportci) unfavorable
weather for work In the beet fields,
which has now given plnco to favor
able Weather, but in reply to tho ques
tion, "Will sngnr advance cause largo
Increase of beet sowings?" Mr. I.lcht
replies to us by cablo "Not probable."
Without Increased sowings of beets
unusually high prices for sugar seem
likely for a lengthened period of time.
Wo give, this week, the final estl
niato of the American Dect ciop, in
detail, amounting to a total of 440,200
We have reduced the estimates of
the crops of Ilrltlsli West Indies and
San Domingo 20 per cent., In view of
unfavorable reports received from
CUIiA CROP ESTIMATE. Our vis
ible crop figures to date bIiow C20.00O
tons with an estimate of 080,000 to
end of March. Last j car's vlslbto
March 31st was 1,017,192 tons, leaMng
410,481 tons tn end of crop of 1,427,-
G73 tons. The 190G visible was 035,
C32 tons, leaving C4.1,U7 tons to end
or crop of 1.178,719 tons. Tho 1003
vlslblo was 804,884 tmiB leaving 338,
371 tons to end of crop of 1,163,258
tons. Tho 1904 visible was G57.GS6
tons, leaving 382,042 tons tn end of
crop of 1,040,228 tons. Taking tho
present visible of G80.000 tons and
adding the smallest receipts to end of
crop of thoso yenrs, 338,374 tons, wo
have an estimate of about 1,000,000
tons, which should put an end to all
estimates below 900,000 tons for this
It is ovldent that the planters pos
sess no reliable system of estimation
or the amount of cano on their es
tates. Wo discovered In our recent
visit tn the Island thnt very llttlo if
any system prevails In any depart
ment of the crop culture and maim
rncturo from year to year by which tho
records tnken can bo UBcd In forming
estimates of matured crop until It Is
actually harvested. From such Infor
matlon as can be relied upon to some
extent, it Is evident that the present
crop should not vary much from our
present estlmato or 1,000,000 tons. It
may exceed It a little, but Is more
likely to havo a larger variation In tho
STOCKS IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco, April 3. Tho closing
quotations or Ilnwutlau stocks follow:
Hawaiian 80 90
Honokaa 10 10 ',4
Hutchison 17 17i
Mukawell 32& 34
Onomea 32 34
Paauhau 17U 17i
Union Sugar 30
do pool 30
The most exquisite tables that have
been seen in Honolulu have Just nr
rived on the S. S. Mnuna Kea con
signed to tho Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co. Theso tables were made
expressly for this company by an ex
pert workman and it would pay ev
eryone to drop Into their store and
examine them for the twIstB and
well-arranged grain aro exceptional
ly fine. Something that bus never
been equaled In workmanship in Ho
nolulu, FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
Tuncrnl services for the lato Mrs.
I). II. Kahaulello, who died at tho
Maternity Homo, will be held In th?
native church at Kallhl tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Her romaluB are
lying In tho undertaking parlors of
Mr. Sllva on I'ort street, and the
friends are Invited to attend. Rev.
Tool of tho Kallhl church will have
charge of the services tomorrow, af
ternoon. i i
Bertha Augusta Klemmo this morn
Ing secured a dlvorco from Carl II.
Klcmmu on tho grounds of desertion
and non-support. Tho case la one that
has been hanging Are for some time,
but It was quickly brought to a flnalo
this morning. Mrs. Klenune was on
tho witness stand nnd told how her
husband had left her In (lormnny, and
then again in Honolulu. She has sev
en children, tho custody of whom sho
was given. Klemmo wus on hand, but
ho did not enter tho courtroom.
There was only one caso catno be
fore the Federal Court this morning
and that was tho bankruptcy caso ot
Stanley A. Cutter, which camo up for
Judication. Tho petitioner wa8 repre
bented by counsel, B. C. Peters, and
tho Judication was granted by Judgo
Dole and turnod over to the referee,
A. T. Ilrock. Cutter's liabilities ate
In tho amount of $392,89 und his as
sets aro $110.
In tho suit or G. I,. Alexander vs.
Whitney & Marsh to recover $192G.1E
on nineteen promissory notes, the de
fendants Interpobed a demurrer to the
complaint on tho grounds that no copy
of endorsement of tho notes Is shown
theicln or annoxod thereto, Judgo Do
Holt siistnlued tho demurrer.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 11.1908
name of stocc
J Bl.wer & Co.. ........
Rwt Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian Sugar Ca .,
Itottotntl Sugar Co
Itoaokaa Sugar Co .
IIBIKH sugar ko ....,
Kanaka Pltntatlnn Co
KIM Plantation Co Lid
Klpahuli. Sugar Co ,..
Mcllrytlf bugarCo ...
Oalia Sh. ar Co ......
Onomea fiugar Co ....
OokolaSagar Plant Co
OUa Sugar Co Ltd ....
Paaliau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar MM
Pcpeekco Sugar Co,,,,
Waiinanato Sugar Co.
Maine Sugar Mill Co
liilcr.laland Steam N Co
Hon R T A 1. Co I'rcl
Hon R T Si 1. Co Cora
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlku Rubber 0
Paid Up ,
Nahlku Rufiber Co Ai.
Oahu R& LCo
linn HAM Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co
tlawTer 4M pc
IlawTcr H pc
Haw Gov a pc
Ca. Keel Sug St Rel Co
Haiku Sugar Cot uc
Han. Dllch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw Cf.nl & Sug Co t pc
Ha' Sugar Co 6 p c...
Hilo R KCo Con 6 pc
llou R T & L Co t p c
Oahu R & L Co 6 n c'.
Oahu Sugar Co f pc ..
Ota Sugar Co 6 p c. .
lTac- Sug. Mill Co, 6
Pal Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua AeH-Co ape
McBrrdeS L-i'ata .
:o Li-ii lui-
4UU UKj Jl
Sales Dctween Boards: 25 Wala
lua, $77; S Walalua, ,77; 2r. Kvsn. $27;
33 Mcllryde, $4. Session 10 Gwn,
$27; 10 Hwa, $27; 8 Ka, $27
Latest augar quotation 4.43 cents or
$88.60 per ton.
London Beets, lis 7 1 -4d
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT ST.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE BY ASSIGNEE OF MORT.
GAGE OF INTENTION TO
FORECLOSE MORTGAGE, AND
Pursuant to a power of sale con
tained in that certain mortgage nude
by Napoleon Nnpela, mortgagor, to
Antone Souza, mortgagee, dated the
10th day of September, 1901, and re
corded In tho Iteglstry Offlce, Oahu,
In liber 227 on pagea .79-80-81, which
mortgage wns duly assigned to tho
Hawaiian Itenlty & Maturity Com
pany, Limited, by assignment dated
the 11th tiny of September, 1902, nnd
recorded In said office In liber 236 on
page 4 IS,
NOTICK IS HEIIKHY GIVEN that
said assignee ot mortgage Intends to
foreclose said mortgage for condition
broken, to-wlt: the non-payment ot
principal and Interest when due.
AND NOTICE IS HEItEUY I'UU-
THEH OIVEN that the property de
scribed In said mortgage will be sold
at public auction at tho auction
rooms or James F. Morgun, Kaatui-
manu Street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
the 9th day of May, 1908, at the
hour ot noon of said day.
Terms: Cash In V. S. Gold Coin.
Deed nt tho expense ot purchaser.
HAWAIIAN REALTY & MATUR
ITY COMPANY, LIMITED,
Assignee ot Mortgage
Ily J. LIGHTFOOT,
The property described In said
mortgage and to be sold as afore-
Bald, consists or nil that certain piece
or parcel ot land situate at Puunul,
Honolulu, tho same being a portion
of tho land' described In II. P. No.
1302 to XV. L. Lee and more particu
larly described as follows;
Commencing nt tho west corner of
this piece, the same being tho North
corner ot Lot 5, nnd running
1 N. 52 E. 75 feet along road;
2 S. 38' K. K.0 feet along Lot 9
3 S. S2 W. 7G feet along Lot 8
4 N. 38 W. ino feet along Lot 5
to the Initial point, contain
ing an urea of 11.2C0 squaro feet,
known os Lot seven (7) of lllook
Two (3) and being the same prem
ises that wcio conveyed to said mort
gagor by deed of Wong Wa Foy, trus
tee, dated tho 19th day of January,
A. D, 1898, nnd duly recorded In Li
ber 170 on pages 1G4-1CS.
For further particulars apply to
Jos. F. Moigan, Auctioneer, Kaahu
manu St., Honolulu, or tn J. Light
foot, Receiver of the Hawaiian Real
ty & Maturity Co.. Ltd.
3974 Apr. 11. 18, 25; Mny 2,
Fin Job Prlntl"? it the Bulletin.
LdCAL AND GENERAL
This is the best month of the year
to sell or rent property and of
course to use the Bulletin Want Ads.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
item Fmnkllu cms. Utkyds. HtbK
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
Ring up Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride. Phone 10.
Dr. C. U Stow was an nrrlval todnj
on 'the steamer Mnuna Kea.
Judge Stanley und Cllvo Davlcs
came back today on the Mnuna Kea.
Surveyor W. A. Wall returned from
n biiblness trip In the .Mnuun Kea to
day. C. Welters of the Pahala Sugar Co.,
came down this morning on thu Mnu
It. II. Isenbeig or llnckfeld & Co.
cumc down on the Mauna Kea this
Thcodoro Roosevelt Camp No. 1, tl
S. W. V., will meet In Wuverley Hall
at 7:30 this evening.
Why not spend the summer at one
of the Seaside Cottages? Engage u
See the bargain counter nt Whitney
& Marsh's. Closing out odds and ends
prior to stock-taking. '
W. L. D)cr of the Honolulu Iron
Works was one or the passengers on
tho Mauna Kea today.
Rock beer Is all the raga at this
lime or tho year. The best drawn
bock is at the Fashion
ir you want the best Bare or vault
get a Hcrrlng-Ilalt-Marvln at Then, II.
Davles & Co. Hardware department.
Call nt Schuman Carriage Co. and
seo the handsome Studebaker touring
car. It's tho finest mnchlno In the
market at any price.
The prettiest Easter novelties In
rabbits, eggs und candles or all kinds
aro being shown at the Palm Cate.
Hotel street, near Fort.
On Monday, Sachs' will open the
week's ofTcrlng with a display of
beautiful Raster and Spring goods,
millinery, parusols and art goods..
Tom Qulnn has gone Into tho auto
haok business with a nile four-passenger
Rulclr and Is prepared to furnish
tho best possible service Phone 301.
Mr. and Mrs. II. U Holsteln were
among tho arrivals today In tho Man
ila Kea. Hlostela was tho speaker of
tho last House of Representatives.
Tho finest of pure whiskeys nnd
liquors of all kinds can be bought at
tho lowest wholesale prices at Thus.
F. McTlgho & Co.'s.
Tour typewriter should be kept in
txcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
S. M Kaunkanul, the government
btirveyor who went up to Keanno to
resurvey tho government lands there,
returned this morning on the Mauna
We repair automobiles In nn Intelll
gent and skillful way, and have them
ready for you when we promise them
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd., Merchant
When you're tlown town, and feel
like having a soda or Ico cream, re
member that tho Alexander Young
Care Is the best place. Our candles
Coat your Iron roors with "Arabic "
You vlll be surprlaod at IU coollnc
and preservative properties. CallfornlH
Food Co., agents.
No matter how pretty jour dress Is
it can be Improved by the addition of
a little ribbon, tastefully selected
You'll find tho ones jou want at
Illom's ribbon snlo.
The man who wcnrB a Danlster shoo
feels that hu Is correctly shod. More
than that he Is comfortably shod. Sec
them at tho Manufacturers' Shoo Co.,
Ltd.. 1031 Fort stroet.
The very latest and prettiest Easter
models in hats nro to be seen at Miss
Power's, millinery parlors, Huston
building. All tho must fetching New
York and Paris models.
The Whlto Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is the beet sowing ma
chine In the world. Donny & Co., Ltd.,
agonts, 12CS, Fort street. Phone 488.
You can get Mnllo Cream at Hen
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., corner Hotel
nnd Fort streets, for fifty cents a hot
tlu nnd get rid of tho unpleasant sen
But lor. from sunburn, tan, etc,
The General Arthur cigar Is the
only cigar for tho ten cent smoker
No other can compare with It In flav
or, make, or burning qualities. M. A
Uunst & Co., tho House of Staples,
Archlo Sinclair, n Ptinahou student,
has rigged n wireless plant nt his
home and is able to catch messages as
far as from Harbor's Point nnd La
hnlua. Tho boy's Ingenuity reveals
an Invciitlvo genius which mny some
day cause htm to bo heard from.
Antono Ellas, a Portuguese, had his
leg broken by a railing sack or sugar
while at work nboard tho barkentluc
Cnronado yesterday morning. The
police station was notified and tho
ambulanc'u sent tn the Oceanic whnrt
to take Ellas to tho Queen'H hospital.
The first blind pig arrest for some
time wns made yesterday afternoon, a
Japanese named Natakcnaka, who
llvos opposlto the government stables
In Kakuuko, being pulled on complaint
of Inspector Fennell. Three demi
johns of Bake were gathered in as a
part of the police haul.
Kawamoto Kltaro was arrested yes
terday on a chnrgo or perjury, laid
against lilm by Yo8hlgoro Kawamoto
Tho first named wns tho complaining
witness on April 2 against tho latter
swearing that he had been pounded
on tho head with tho wooden solo of
it Japaneso slipper, Ynshlgoro states
in tho complaint that this Is not tho
truth and that Kltaro knew It.
Purser Phillips of the Mauna Kea
leports the following sugur on Ha
wuli ready for shipment: Olan, 20,
980; Wahikoa, 13,000; Hawaii Mill,
4300, Walnaku, 10,000; Onomea, 13,
000; Popeckeo. 2000; Honomu. A80U;
Ilakalail, 20.G00; Lauiuhoehoe, 11,400;
Ookala, 0300; Kuknlau, 3 G00; llama
kim, 8C00, Paauhau, 17,000, Honokaa,
10,000; Kukulhnele, 2900; Piinnltiu,
12,000; Hommpi), 7951.
The Real Raincoat
the one you want to get for yourself is the
This rain coat is cut from all-wool fabrics, made ab
solutely rain-proof; it's just a long, loose, dressy-looking
overcoat that sheds water.
You can wear it, rain or shine, and always be well
dressed. We keep only the swellest clothes in
Yes Sir! here's the BeeilSir!
ART IN EVERY HOME
Every home may have the most beautiful designs by
the most famous WALL PAPEE artists, if a selection is
made from our new Stock of the Latest and Most Exclu
sive Designs that have just arrived from the Coast.
This year's creations are 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
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KINQ ST.
buying your material. We think we can show you what
you require at prices that will SURPRISE you. Ask to be
shown our NEW LAWNS and other goods, at
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
75c. Per Month
& Co., Ltd.
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