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EVENING BtJU,ETlrf, HOKUM7MJ, T. II., TUESDAY,' AUG. 25, 1905.
3 it- fW
Wc are opening up new lines of School Shoes
many are now on display, and many more on their way
from the East.
They are made by an Eastern firm that makes the
manufacture of School Shoes its exclusive -business, and
there arc none-on ths market to equal them in quality
We oho have a fine line of Children's Dancing Pumps
and Ties. Call and s:c them.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KING.
THE BEST Cc. CIGAR IN THE WOULD.
"HIGH GRADE. ALL LIGHT COLORS 1"
PURITANOS FINOS, PERFECTOS, PANATELAS. INVINCIBLES, REI
NA VICTORIA, REGALIA BRITANNICA, LE
C I G A R S
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
109 King St. CIGAn DEALERS. Telephone 240.
Distributors for Hawaiian Islands.
F. P. Kodak Specia
This, the latest addition to the Pocket Kodak family,
is a marvel of compactness.
Simple enough for the veriest novice, it embraces ev
ery feature required by the pictorialist.
, The highest grade of lens equipment is put into this
Kodak, and it is capable of the finest adjustments.
Ask to see NO. 1-A SPECIAL.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
THE EDDY SAVES
By using an EDDY REFRIGERATOR, you will save
on your food and ice bills.
It's Built Right. You arc better satisfied with it ev
Look into the Refrigerator matter for yourself, and
let us show you an EDDY.
Thco. H. Davics
Pillow Cases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just see our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK!
Ij. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
J I A kf
. LAN I II
f mm bat ,
& Co., Ltd.,
Has Moved to
I OREGON BLOCK,
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
Czamlkow Mncilougult & Co. it
I'orlz an follows on the sugar market
miller Onto of Aug. T:
Sb'OAU MA!KCT. Our last re
port was ilntuil 3l8t July,
During tho llrxt ilnys of tlio week
Mir raw Biignr inaikut remained un
changed, with more buyers than sell
ers at 4 l-lc which was the closing
iilce of the previous week. After
(lie liollilajH the European market
opened steady, and ours showed signs
of a slight Improvement, which', how
ever, did not materialize because of a
sudden collapse In Ktiropean beets,
which declined on the Mil Inst, to
10. :id itnd clow at 10s. !I-4d. for
August. These declines doubtless
a rice from Kiiiopcnn holders having
lost hopes of tho expected American
demand and from the Very favorable
weather for tho growing beet crops,
1,11 of this resulting In bringing tho
prices of old and new crop closer to
gether than thoy have been for a
New ciop Ileets, October-December
delivery, chopped from 9s. lid. to 9s.
8 l-4il., n decline of 2 3-Id. against u
decline of I, l-lil. In old crop. As
tho lowest price for beets in the
present ear was 9s. 9ds on February
19th, and this was when tho Cuban
crop was nt Its height. It seems very
Improbable that tho dccllno cm ex
tend inoio Jiiht now when tho con
sumption Is In excess of production,
nnd especially If It is borne In mind
that under present labor conditions,
tho bcet-crower cannot produce the
nittcle as cheaply as In former years.
This seems In bo confirmed by tho
slight decline In new crop this week
as compared with the decline In old
There was somo Cuban sugar on
the market at ono time nt 2 .1-4c. c.
f., basis 95 degrees, nnd l'orto Ulcos
nt 4.1"c., hut refiners showing no In
terest, holders withdrew tho sugar
from the market for tho time being.
rheio is no doubt thnt when refiners
become buyers again they wilt bu
pblo to pick up somo small lots nt
very near tho parity of tho present
low level of tho Kuropenn market.
Tlicro are not very lurgo blocks of
sugar on offer from nnywhere, which
is unite fortunate for tho market.
Hcflncrs, with very few exceptions,
having secured tho largest portion of
their requirements up to tho end of
tho year, arc not In favor of a decline
In raws; but for tho bame leabou that
their stocks nro ample for their lm
mediato needs, they do not have to
buy, and under these clrcumstnuces,
nny sugars forced for salo must bring
Dvcn after tho recent collapse In
European prices, tho parity of 10s.
3-4d. is 4.12c. duty paid, or 2.77c.
c.f basis 96 defines for Cubas, and
It the refiners had tho active demand
nil looked for nt this tlmo of the year,
there would not bo nny necessity for
prices to go below 4.17c. until Inter
In the season.
Tho main causo for tho unsatisfac
tory condition of the market Is the
nhsenco of tho demand which had
been anticipated for tho refined nr
tide and which, for some causo or
another, lins not put In Its appear
anco, and ninny now fenr Is not going
to do to until nftcr tho now crop
sugars come Into play.
Java shipments In July were 160,
000 tons, much more than expected.
The Javns nlloat with United States
option nro 200,000 tons, against 91,
000 tons Inst car.
European nuntatlons today are:
August, 10s. 3-4(1.: September, 10s.;
New Crop, October-December, 9s. 7d.;
January-March, 9h. S l-2d.
Tho market closes weak nt nbovo
The receipts of foreign sugars at
New Orleans for tho week consisted
of 10,000 bags Cubns, r.,000 bags
l'orto Ulcos unci fiO.OOO bags Ileets.
lU'WINKD. Sugars have been In
only moderate demand throughout
the week. Prices continued un
changed until yesterday, when n
general reduction of 10 points was
made, bringing all refiners' quota
tions to tho basis of G.lOc. lets 1 por
cent, for Granulated.
Itecelpts for tho week at tho three
Atlantic ports, 24.026 tons. Molting-).
Tho Federnl Hoporter, commenting
on thu sugar market under ditto of
August 11, says:
Sugar. Our market hns been linro
ly steady, and tho spot prlco could not
bo called hotter than 4.08c. duty paid
for , Off centrifugals, as a salo was
madu this morning of 3500 bags l'orto
Ulcos, for August shipment, at 4 Mdc.
cost unit freight, which Is tho eipilv.
nlent of 4.08c. lunded terms. Thero
Is 11 lot of Cuba sugars today orferod
at 2 11-lCc. cost nnd freight, basts 85,
which, figuring l-32e per dogreo up. is
the equivalent of 4.08c duty paid. Kig:
tiring Mile, up, Is tho ecptlvalent of
1.11c. Whllo tlioio is very llttlo sugar
offering, sellers generally do not
show uny grent confldeiico In their po
sition, and If tho sugglng tendency tn
Kuropo continues, this la likely to be
conio 111010 pronounced, unci, notwith
standing tho fact that It is generally
understood that nil tho uvallablo sug
ars will bo needed by our refiners, thu
market closes with tho tendency in
favor of buyers, rather than sellers,
with pi Ices on thu basis of -t.OSe duty
paid fur UC coutrtfugnls, 3.G8c. dii:y
paid for 89 MuscovndocK, and H.2Sc,
duty paid for 89 molasses sugars.
One of our European correspondents
writes us ns follows, under date of
"The market this week has show i
n somewhat .easier tendency, with, w
think, rather less confidence on tho
part of holders, duo, we Imagine, large
ly to the fact that America has been
nblo to keep up supplies with very
llttlo help, either from Cuba or Eu
rope, nnd Hint the lslblo supplies to
tho States nro now really more than
last year. It certainly looks ns If
mcrlcn would rcmnln for somo time
hdependent of Europe, and although
the visible supplies In Europe are less
than Inst year, the uncertainty as to
how tho Russian situation mny affect
markets in September, t certnlnlv
rnther preventing tho feeling of con
fidence which might othern Iso be
looked for, nt tho, comparatively low
prices now ruling. Altogether, we do
not for tho present seo much to lift
the market materially, and look lalli
cr for a pcilod of email fluctuations,
up or clown."
Granulated. All prices and market
conditions me uuchnuged Tlicro Is
n steady hand to mouth business on
Defined Sugar, It anything a slight Im
provement In -tho demand, and wo
look for this to continue It Is dlfll
cult to see how there can In niivlhlng
el-jo but u good demand fm refined
sugars from say tho 20th of August
until tho middle of October, which Is
nlwnys tho time of heaviest rmniitii
llciu. Stocks throughout the country
nro on the whole, rnther less than
no mal, and whllu we think ihat buy
ing will be of u strict l hnuil to mouth
character, wc bellovu that the actual
illsttlhiitlnu will be lnigc All refill
era nro quilting on tho basis of D.lflc
cash less 1 per cent, f. o, b New York,
for prompt shipment, with the excep
tlo nof the Federal Sugjr ltcflulng
Company, who nro booking contracts
nt G.20c, with 28 days delay privileges,
and aro allowing withdrawals ng.ilust
either nuw or old buslnos.c cm the basis
of fi.lOc. On tho contracts which tho
Federal Sugar Hcnnlng Company
boked tho latter part of Jul the first
two weeks have about toured, "d
they aro asking buyers to furnish ship
ping Instructions for shipment not lat
er than August "Mil. cm Hie undeliv
ered portion, which Is In .item dance
with the tonus of sale.
Beets, 9s 7 l-2d
Sugar, 4. Cents .
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and-Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Maiutr,
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
NEW - TO-DAY
The steel bridge at tho Wnlinca
Gulch will ho closed for repairs until
further notice. All dilvers ot vehicles
should take notice.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.
tho Stock Hooks of tho Pioneer
Mill Co., Ltd., will he closed to trans
fers from August 2Cth to Soptombor
1st, 190S, both dates Included.
(8) W. l'TOTKNIIAUEK,
Trcasuter I'loncer Mill Co., Ltd.
2nd Precinct Club, 4th District.
Tho 2nd Precinct Hopubllcnn Club,
4th District, will make nominations
for delegates to tho Tcirltorlal Con
vention, also to County nnd District
Convention, on the evening of Friday,
tho 2Sth day ot August, at 7:30
o'clock, to bo voted for at a primary
election to ho held on Saturday, Sept.
5th, 11108, between 2 uliil 7 o'clock
Nominations nnd election to he
held lu empty house, c oilier Young
and Alexander streets,
President 2nd 1'iec. Hop. Club,
4 111 District.
CHA3. KAANOI, Secietary.
Mr. & Mrs. Hashimoto,
INC, and other
444 KING 8T.,
Mrs. Cornelia H. 11. Hogcrs bo
nuenthed $200,000 to Kulrchlld county,
Connecticut, on condition that tho In
come shall bo used to press litigation
against tho hoiough of Ilrooklyu, K.
Y., for tho piuposo of proving that
tho tax-arrears net of 1883, ns a result
of which bIio lost 3,000, Is Illegal.
Copyright I908 by
Hart Sch.ffner St Marx
LOCAL AND eENEllAl
Tf n p-ftfl ratio a Tin rlianlnrfwl a etnvo
.n n 1 ,:. - -n .. i i '
aci it uv u&uig u 0UI1CUU
. . . Ml
Kent I'rnnkllu cars. Htkyi Stbta.
l'n'i!.! Honk: Call 1111 or 131, J.A.
Mi'l.eo.l, fin' pleasautcst unto ride.
l'lldle Tnlt. (lie mining picture man,
left ror Miiullu lit tho China yester
day, Mrs. K. Sahllu will take orders, for
Infants' clothes and biirnlwork at Ha
Tako your carnage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Maufy. Co., lor
Mystle Iudg No. 2, K. of P.. will
meet in K. of P. hall, I'ort and Here
Inula avenue., at 7:30 this evening.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Go., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
A fence around tho lot nt tho corner
ofg Mnklkl and Hastings streets bears
tho sign: "Pioposcd tlto for Chil
Tho big Bteel hrldgo at Walnica Is
closed for repairs. This Is unpleasant
news for nutolsts who like to spin
mound tho Uhind.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yod will bo surprised at Its cooling
nnd preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
"Whoo! Whoo'" said tho Owl.
And the multitude answered "I2ery
body smokes the Owl lie cigar." M. A.
Ounst & Co., ngents.
Sam Sheldon, tho load worker vlio
was Injuied in an explotlou at tho
Kaneohu quariy, died at the Queen's
Hospital yesterday afternoon
Conies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailinc.
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailinpr. three cents.
Mr. and Mrs. William (1. Irwin and
their daughter, llelene, mo at tho Ho
tel Saury at Carlsbad, whero a num
ber of other prominent Cullfornhins
are, also sojourning. Chioiilele,
Lowers & Ccxiko aio now selling
tho famous Congo looting. This Is ono
of the finest roofing matci litis made
ami Is rnpldly taking the phico of tin,
copper, zinc and other such materials.
Ilurglnrs nnd lire havo not tho ghost
of u show or getting Into tho splendid
vault of Hawaiian Trust Co. If you
lent a snfu deposit box your valuables
will bo perfectly safe. Only $5.00 n
You can buy tho very finest society
stationery and cheaper grades of pa
per ns well lu bulk nt Hawaiian Newr,
Co. It's n much cheaper way of buy
ing paper than by tho box. Young
Holllstcr Drug Co. have nil expert
lu their employ who develops 111ms
and plates for amateurs and gets re
sults far above tho acragc. Hrlng
somo ot )our choice subjects and let
Tho Detail! of Kduc.itlon held a short
routine mooting yesterday afternoon,
at which It was reported that twenty
two schoolrooms tlieio mo In tho local
schools which can not bo opened on
account of a lack of funds.
If you want n real haiidsomo lie?
ligeo shirt call at thn Knsh Co., Ltd.,
corner Hotel and Knit streets. The
"Star," "Cluetl" and "Wilson ilros."
lines aro carried. You can get ex
clusive pat lei ns lu our large stock.
J, I.Ightfoot as leeelvcr Mr iho Ha
waiian Ilealty and Mnturlty Company,
has brought lu a paitlal repot I which
poverely roasts tho Kcntwclls for their
manner of looting poor, ILiwnlhuis,
and tho people from tho Settlomeiit.
Cecil Drown, the defendant In tlw
suit of Mis. Lmma Drcler, has asked
for more tlmo lu which to (lie ills nil-
Rwei, Tho lecpiest Is mniln b Ills at
torneys on the grounds that ho Is nt
present and will bo for tho next cur
absent from the Islands.
At a meeting nt tho 2nd Precinct
of tho llh District hold last evening
Montague Cooko, Samuel DoKroest, C,
II. Mitlle, Charles Don, Mr, Knanol,
Mr. Maktileml and Charles Lucas were
appointed a coiuniltteo, tn canvass tho
precinct and to recommend nominees
for tho two conventions next Kilday
Jerry, an oniployo of tho U. S. gov
ernment corral, sustained n broken
leg yesterday whllo driving a pair of
thoroughbreds, Tho breeching broko
whllo ho was diking past O.iliu Jail
mid a horse kicking over tho dash,
board struck -lorry Just nbovo tho
nnklo. Jerry had u leg broken about
a year ago while driving a pair of
Ir YUU Llllk to wear clothe that are just a lit
tle different from the rest, you want to try on one of
our latest Varsity suits, made expressly for us by
Hart, Schaffner te
The new little ideas in the pockets, in the cut of
the front of the csat, the cuffs on the sleeves, the
trousers a lot of smart new ideas in these suits will
The new fabrics arc especially beautiful; and we
can show you the pick of them.
"THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES"
ELKS' BUILDING, KINO NEAR FORT ST.
Whether you drink
it as a tonio or as a beverage,
there is nothing that will brace
you up and give tone to your sys
tem, so well as a glass of PRIMO
BEER with your meals.
SHIFPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-190 KINO STREET.
0 III I L- L. I a-J UU -lu IVl'-Uja- jcts
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breed baoteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simple, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It'i one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 TbA
MtCill P.ltfrn No. 225S
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON C0WN
iB White I
wJPl SI WL m most citable to 1
mmlil If wk make up this pattern. 1
sMlfll Plwm Please ,ooh before A
Wll ml IIiItov buyln e,scwhere- v
fmp ew. Jordan A Co 1
and Monument Works
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