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Our Boy's Shoes
Our stylish boys' school shoes are selling rapidly. They
arc absolutely exclusive nothing like them in town.
The boys like them because they're cut on mannish
lasts and look dressy and attractive on the feet.
Parents like them because they wear like steel.
They're comfortable and correctly shaped.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
as delicious as high art candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and always pleasant to the tongue. PANOCHE,
FUDGE, and OLD-TIME STICK CANDIES are specialties
for this week.
The Palm Cafe
BIG REMNANT SALE
DRESS GOODS for young ladies at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES. Do not fail to examine our stock for there are
Speoial Bargains. We will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
CM 8 SPECIAL DINNER SET M or
pl4.0J SALE. - 100 PIECES flH.OJ
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
$14.85 per Set
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
160KINQ ST. Crockery Emporium. PHONE 240.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDG., 176-190 KING 8TREET. PHONE 237.
Keep food pure
and fresh with
the least ice by
Easiest to clean.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
Wlllctt & Gray's Sugar Journal
for Aug. 13 icports us follows on tho
STATISTICS I1Y SPECIAL CA
ULKS. Cuba: The six principal
ports: Hcrclpts none! exports, G,
000 tons; Btocli, 73,000 tons, ngalnst
118,000 tons last year.
Centrals grinding, 2; against none
last ) cur.
Stocks In tho United States and
Cuba together of 32G.C41 tons,
ngalnst 339,22 tons Inst week and
390,902 tons last year, a decrease of
C 1,201 tuns from last year.
Kurope! Stuck In Kuropo, 1,360,-
000 tons, against 1,G29,000 tons In3t
VISII1LK SUPPLY. Total stock
of Kuropo and America, 1,G92,C41
tons, ngalnst 1,919,902 tons last year
at the same uneven dates. The de
crease of stock Is 227,201 tons,
ngalnst a decrease of 206,720 tons
last week. Total stocks and nflouts
together show a visible supply of
2,072,641 tons, ngalnBt 2,130,902
tons last )car, or a decrease of G8,
HAWS. Tho week opened with a
steady market on tho bnsls of 4 l-8c.
for nearby Centrifugals, followed by
nn easier tendency.
European markets, receiving no
support from America, declined
1 1-21. to 10s. 0 3-td. for old crop
(August) Meet, the parity of 4.12c.
foV Centrifugals, and to 9s. 7 1-2(1.
for new crop (October-December)
licet, the parity ot 4.01c, leaving the
l-rcmlum on old crop still about l-8c.
per pound. Tho close In London was
Offerings Increased moderately nnd
nlues here were reduced to 4.08c.
for 96-dcgrce test Centrifugals on
salo of Porto HI cos. Sellers are now
asking 2 ll-16c. c. & f. for 96-degreo
test Cuban Centrifugals, equal to
4.05c. land, and n shade less than,
lis. c. & f equal to 4.11c. landed,
for Java to be. shipped this month.
Refiners liavo nmplo supplies for
present needs and have provided for
their wants well ahead, having se
cured practically nil of tho Jnvas
shipped In July nnd n largo propor
tion of tho 140 to lfiu.OOO tons
which will bo shipped in August, duo
to arrive before tho end of October.
Further largo supplies will not be
tcqulieif until now crop sugars will
Weather conditions In Kuropo nnd
Cuba continue, to favor tho growing
Our cablo advices from Cuba re
port the total production of the clos
Ing season to August 1st as being
934,711 tons sugar, and the stock of
sugar In tho Island on that data as
94,242 tons. Part of this stock will
be required for local consumption for
tho remainder of tho year.
Indications are that tho harvesting
of tho now Cuban crop will bo well
under way about tho third week In
December, or two weeks earlier than
lust year, but not as early as tho year
Tho Loulsiann crop Is progressing
well, with prospects of a largo out
turn. Tho conditioner tho American beet
crop Is qulto irregular, but taken ns
ii whole it is fair, anil with suitable
weather during tho next two months,
a crop equal to tho last Is assured.
KUI'iNUD. Prices remain un
changed basis of granulated ut 5.10c.
less 1 per cent, cash named by Amer
ican, Howell and ArbucKlo for prompt
shipment only unit by Federal for
withdrawals against outstanding
contracts. Tho Warner quoto Clue.
less 1 per cent, for both prompt ship
ment and 28-day contracts, whllo tho
Federal ask ,10c. additional for tho
privilege of delaying delivery 28
Tho demand hns continued on tho
hand-to-mouth fmsls, but refiners ns-
Dtito us that tho nggregato of ordors
lecelvod Is lurgor than Is apparent
nnd qulto equal to tho distribution
usual this time of tho year, (trocars
stocks are steadily decreasing and
ninny icqucsts are made that ship
ments be rushed.
Wo nro now receiving from nil
parts of the country reports on tho
fruit crops and on local stocks ot su
gar. Tho reports, thus far, printed
in .another column, como from east
ern nnd middle western States and
umflrm, tho general expectation of
an onormous yield of fruit and show
unit tho stocks of sugar In Jobbers'
hands nrc, as a rulo, cither normal
or less than normal, Indicating Inrgo
requirements of supplies ot sugnr for
preserving tho fruit later In this
month nnd during September, to bo
drawn In tho main from eastern re
fineries. In view of the provnlllng terms
piovldlug for piompt shipment, it Is
quite likely that, ns fruits mature,
thcro will be a sudden heavy Increase
In the demand which will severely
tax tho refiners' shipping facilities.
bo that It would seem to bo a wlso
policy to anticipate wants, to some
extent at least.
The decline In refined Inst weol:
discounted tho weakness in laws nnd
we can say that no further reduction
In refined Is enntempinted, unloss
there should bo ii very sharp break
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 5.1908
U. or STOCK
C Brewer ft Com.
Kwii Plantation O
Mi alii it A4rlr.Cn,,.
Iliw Com ft Sue Co .
ItAwAllin Sugar Co.),.
Itmmntu Supai Co .
Ilmtolun. Sueur Co ,,
If Jklktt nirr Co .
HutrMvm Sugar Plant.
Kahi kd PianiHimtt in
K'rahilu Snjar C..
Oalm Sugar Co ,...
OltAnt WliivAf !" ....
0"Vo!as'usr PI111I Co
uiai tiijtur u 1 111 ...
Faalian Sucar l'ltit Cn
Pacific Sniar Mill., ..
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pkfo Stitar Cn...,
Ui'iiVu Sural Co ....
Waimanaln Sugar Co.
Ualmra uffr M'll To
Int tr-Maii'l Strain NCo
Hon RTM. Cn Trd
Moil R T H I. Co Com
Mutual Ttlrphniie Cn
Oalm Kft I.Ci
lino it k m
Hawaiian PintAppte Co.
MawTer 4 PC
HawTr4H P r
MawTcr ,1. pc
Ilawriovt J pc
Ca Hrrt Nik Ik Rel Cn
Mallcu Sugar Cat pc
Ham. D.icli Cn ,
Uinxr Ditch r
Haw Com A Sug Co si
HawSuear Co ope.
HIloR RC.i Com ft pc
Honakaa Surar cn. ric.
Hon K TA 'Ci. 6 p c
Kaliuku I'.anl Cn t p c.
M'BnJf S Cn'aet.
Oahu K& LCo6'ic.,
Oahu Sugar Cn ijic . ,
Claa Sugar Cn C p c
Pac- Suit. Aim Cn. It
Pala Plantation Co ....
PioiimMllICa 6 pc.
Wtlalua figtlr Coip c
Sales Dotw een Hoards: SO i:wn,
$27.50. Session: 20 Ooknla, $11.73;
25 Olaa, $1; CO McDrydo, $.1
Notice No session of the l.xcliango
.Monday, Sopt. 7, 1908. Labor Day.
Dividends Sept. 5, 1908: Hnw. C.
& S. Co., SOc, slinro: Onouica, 5 per
cent; llonomu, 2 per cent.
Latest sugar quotation 3.885 cents
or $77.70 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 7 l-2d
Sugar, 3.885 Cents
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Maaar,
FORT AND MEKCHANT ST3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Rooms with board; terms reasonable,
Apply Mrs. Win. T. Paly.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE CIUCUIT COl'IlT OK TUB
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers ; III l'rob.ttc. In tho
Matter of the Kstata of Ward S.
Ilarttctt, Into of Kalaup.ipa, Molo-
Ual, Dcccasctl. Order of Notlco of
HcniiiiK Petition for Administration.
On reading nnd fllliiR tho petition of
J. I). McVcIkIi or Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that Ward S. llnrtlett of
Kalaupapa, Molnkul, died Intcstato at
Knlaupapa, Mnlokul, on the 20th day
of June, A. D. 190S, leaving property
in tho Hawaiian Islands necessary
to bo administered upon, and praying
tnat ictteis or utlminlstrution Issue
to him, said J. D. McVeigh, It is or
dered that Thurbday, tho Stlt day ot
October, A. 1. 1908, at 10 o'clock
a. m,, bo and hereby It appointed for
hearing bald petition In tho court
room of this court nt Wnlluku, Maul,
at which time and placo all persons
concerned niny appear and bIiow
causo, If any they have, why safd
petition should not be grunted, nnd
that notlco of this order be publish
ed in the English language for threo
succeaalvo weoks In the livening Hul-
letln, n dally nowspnper printed nnd
published In Honolulu, the last pub
lication to be not less than ten days
previous to tho time Ihcioln appoint
ed for hearing.
Dated at W.illuku, Maul, Septem
ber 3, 1908.
(Sd.) A. N. Kni'OIKAI,
Jmlgo of tho Circuit Court nt
tho 2nd Circuit
Attest (8d.) RiniUXI) H. HART,
Clerk' of tho Circuit Court ot tho
(Seal) . 2nd Clicutt.
At All Watchdealen.
Afent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
Our SoJas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
We have the most complete lines of Boys'
School and Dress Clothing in the city.
Two-Picce Suits College Boys' Suits
Knock-About Garments Shirt Waists Hosiery
Neckwear Hats Caps Underwear
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If luck nrd placard fail, as tlicy
d-.2j3 do. ti7 a Bulletin Want Ad.
Tlnrlow's for a lunch or dinner.
l.uiil 1'laUMIti ctIB. SCkiJ oluitl.
New wash goods at Whitney &
Monday being n legal holiday, all
Tenltorlnl offices will bo rioted.
Tills afternoon the band wilt play
nt tho baseball games on tho leaguo
Mrs. U. Sahlln nlll take orders for
Infants' clothes and burntwoik at Ha
Thero w 111 bo n meeting of tho Uo ird
t Educntlon next Monday afternoon
nt 3:30 o'clock.
Tako your carnage or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carrlaso Manfy, Co.. lor
Naturalized citizens mutt preheat
their citizenship papers when limit
ing for registration nB titers.
Deputy United States Dlt.li let Attor
ney W. T. Ilawllns yesterday cele
brated his thirtieth birthday.
Miss Kate Kellcy has cabled that
she will leavo San I'rniiclKCo for Ho
nolulu on thu AInmciln today.
All kinds of beer, wines uud mixed
drinks aro served In tho best manner
at the Fashion. Just glvo us a try.
Young Ilros. aro running n launch
lo tho different warships all night for
the benefit of the ofllcers. Faro II.
Allegrcttl's delicious cream choco
lates. In cold storago from Chicago,
may bo had at Benson, Smith & Co.,
Uho Pan kit liana on jonr floors
and keep them clean. It's thu fiieml
of tho mnld ns Pond's Extract Soup is
to tlio mistress
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yoj will bo surprtEod at Its cooling
and prcsorvntlvo properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Miss Helen Slallcy, who was n la
Itor in Honolulu a year ago, recently
returned mid is being entertained by
a largo circle of friends.
Whitney & Marsh aro Kt III opening
up now goods. Seo their window dis
plays. Tho Christian i:ndeaor Society of
Central Union chinch will bold a bus
iness meeting lids eculug ut 7.30
o'clock In tho church parlor.
Covers will bu laid for twetitj six
guests tonight at a dinner to bo glwn
In honor of 'Admirals Swinburne and
Sebreo by Hon. Alexander Young.
Copies, of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped roady for mailing,
can be procured at' this office for five
cents. Cost of mailinp. three cents.
Tho Townseml tJmlei taking Co. ait
tho iigentH for The llanleon Mutual
Association, which bus been of w
much lii'iitllt to tho pcopluot llono
Coca Coll Is the most popular diluk
In I own You can lime It In jour
homo by ordering a case from Hawaii
an Sotla Works, phono C1C. Why not
The boys' school shoes selling nt
Mclncinv's Shoo Sloro mo very pop
ular. Tho lino Is exclnsUo nothing
like It in Honolulu Don't fall to seo
Tho Young Cafo will remain open
every night until 11 o'clock whllo tho
fleet Is In pint. It's tho most com
fortnblo place to get meals, candles
Men of tho Navy! when you wont
shoes icnirniliiT that Maniifacttiii'is'
Shoo Co. has tho largest stock In Ho
nolulu and will gti.irauteu J on a per
fect fit. Prices aro nlso-tho lowest In
Now's the time to buy a homo. 1'ilco
will begin to Jump soon. Homo flue
propositions offeied by Watorhouso
Trust Co. on liberal terms, Sco nd
nnd for fin thei particulars consult real
The right kind ot school shoes for
boys aro to bo found at Itegal Shoe
Store. They aio mndo by thu fniunus
C. II, Aldeu & Co, tho woild's largest
shocmnkers for boys. Call and huo
your boy try on a pair.
Today l 11. Kerr & Co. advertise,
tho last week of their big clean up
pale. They must ceilnlnly h.iio
pleased thu public with pi Ices ut thlc
enle ns tho firm Halm the takings aro
far In eieess of mo leMills since they
luno been In business.
Elks' Bid., King, nr. Fort.
Hire's Root Beer
The Only Gentiine AERATED IN BOTTLES. Is made by us;
nny oilier is an infringement nnd a fake. '
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER dslivered to offices and residences.
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WH -LESALE AGENTS.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHirriNO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
TARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
McCall P.llcra No. 2258
A VERY LOVELY AFTERNOON GOWN I
The principal reasons why you
should buy the
arc that it keeps food pure
and fresh and cold, it uses lit
tle ice, and is the easiest in
the world to clean.
Call and see it at
& CO., Limited
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please looR before
E.W. Jordan Co.
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