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EVfcNINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. It., TUESDAY, SHPT. S, 1908.
Our Boy's Shoes
Oar 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.
I flp1' HBtenBnuliBMA
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
as delicious as high art candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and always pleasant to the tongue. PANOCKE,
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
Special Bargains. We will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
L. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
CI4 JK specAl DINNER SET jyl OC
pi4.0D SALE. - 100 PIECES fM.OJ
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
$14.85 per Set
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY. "
169. KING ST. Crockery Emporium; PHONE 240,
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-190
Keep food pure
and fresh with
the least ice by
Easiest to clean.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
and Monument Works
KING STREET. PHONE 237.
Willed & Clray's Sugar Jnurnnl for
August 20 reports ns follows on the
Statistics by Special' Cablet. Culm.
Tho slxi principal ports: Receipts,
none; exports, 2ono tons; stock, 70,00(1
tons, against 90,000 Inns Inst year.
Centrals grinding, 1, against none
StockR In tho United States and
Culm together of 318,241 tons, ngilnst
C2li,fUl tons but week unit .1S2.S73 tons
Inst year, n decrease of 64,03 tons
Irom last year.
Kurnpc Stock In Europe. 1,078.000
Inns, ngalnst 1,218,000 tons Inst year.
Visible Supply. Total Block of Eu-
lopo nnil America. 1.390.211 tonu.
ngnlnst 1,030,873 tons last year at tho
same uneven dates. The decrense of
Mock Is 231,032 tons, ngnlnst a ilc
crcaso of 227.2C1 tons Inst week. Total
Rtooks nnd afloatH togothcr show a -vis'
llilo supply of 1,782,241 tons, tngalnst
i.oji.ai.i ions msi joar, or a decrease
Of C'J.032 tons.
Raws. The trend of values con
tinues to ho downward. Early In the
week gales were reported of Cubas
about three weeks ort nt 2.C1 c. nnd f.,
basis, 95 test, equal to 4c. to 4.03c.
landed lor 90 test, nnd no price better
than this has since been obtainable.
As no business In nearby centrif
ugals hns transpired this week, the
spot quotations remains nt 4.0S which
was InBt pnld (on tho 11th lint) for
90 test; but this price U nominal iiiut
will doubtless soon bo changed to u
lower flguro by tho next sule.
Supplies being sufficient for the Im
mediate future, refiners would prefer
that holders withdraw their offerings
until tho sugars are required, end this
Is what many owners nro doing, rcther
than accept 4c, for 90 test, belloWng
that a paitlal recovery may came be
fore long, ns a result of a renuwul of
demand from somn refiners not os
well protected its others, or an In
creased distribution of refined.
There nro only comparatively smnll
balances of Cuba and Porto Rico
crops unsold, but about 0,000 tons of
Javas nro afloat which have not yet
been plnccd and will seek a market
In tho United States or the United
The value of Javas In England Is
lis. "floatlng.lnntllng," equal tol.OSc.
landed for 9G test nt New York. One
of tho unsold cargoes Is now duo to
nrrlvo nt Gibraltar for orders.
Receipts nt tho Atlantic ports (Unit
cd States) for tho week wcro 31,000
tons, ngnlnst 37,000 tons required for
meltings, nnd the exports from Cubas
wcro .but 2000 tons.
Only dno Cuban central Is now
grinding nnd Is adding but little to
tho season's production.
According to our cahlo reports there
are still favorable weather conditions
for the crops In Cuba and Europe.
London quotations Improved slight
ly at tho opening, but closed lower
nt 9s. lOHil. for old crop beet and un
chnngcil nt 9s. 7'4d. for October-December
now crop tho parity of 4.07c.
and 4.01c. respectively for centrifugals,
tho premium on old crop being nenrly
wiped out. '
Refined. Rather mora business Is
doing in refined sugars, there being a
steady, but slow, Improvement In tho
Trices quoted by nil tho refiners
are tin) snmo ns Inst wobkf being basis'
of grnuulnted nt 5.10c less 1 per cent
cash, for prompt shipment. Tho Fed
eral Is the only refinery now willing to
contract for delivery delayed 28 days,
for which privilege 11 Oc. additional is
On ono day tho' Warner refinery no
cepted orders at 5.05c. less 1 per cent
for n small accumulation of their pro
duct, which was quickly disposed of,
nnd tho price of 5,10c. less 1 per cent
restored the next day.
Granulated may bo shipped Immed
iately, hut most of tho other grades
are quite largely oversold.
Special reports wo hnvo Just re
ceived from far western' localities,
fIiow that generally there Is more
fruit In right, hut rather smaller
stocks of sugar than at this time last
year; similar conditions prevuil In
middlo-westcrn nnd eastern states, as
shown by ns last week.
It Is noticeable Hint tho bulk of tho
orders now received call for shipment
nt the earliest moment, Indicating tho
JobburH stocks nro running vory low,
Thcro will soon couio a time when
tho requirements of sugar rorprescrv
Ing tho maturing fruits will bo ex
tremely henvy nnd, unless such needs
nro anticipated It may bo found prac
tlcnlly Impossible to mako dclivcilcs
of tho sugar in season.
Refiners' nro not Inclined to mnko
any reductions for the present In
prices, which nro on a low basis, In
Wow of the declines recently estab
lished nnd as the margin between rrtws
an J refined Is not. more than normal.
vl-. i,m,.M TWmm B3B..U-II1KT
Genllcnuin huvintr modern furnished
en t tn fie desires to rent ono or two
rooms; ono hlocK from King St',
Address "Dr.," this office.
To buy second-hand phonograph;
must he In good condition and
rcJsonnhlo; stute price anil mako.
"Ii. Il" this office. 4100-2t
fc'ec'iiiiil-hiiiul hugRV, Address "lie
Biilis," this offlco, 4100-tf
lietween llerctaula nnd Smith St. and
Klnau and Victoria Sts., gold
match ho- with lion's hend on one
sldo. Howard nt this office
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
BONOLDUJ, Sept. 8.1908
I V ur STOCI
2 Brewer & Co.
Haw Com ft Sub Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
ttoiiomn Sugar Co ....
Ilonoltaa Sugar Co . ..
llallciiSiljrr Co ..
HulthUon Sugar 11am.
Kalii'Vil I'la.nalloii i-o
K ah I'c Sugar C...
KnlriH Sugar Co
McUr)ilt Sugar Co....
Datitt burar Co...
Onntnra Sugar Co ....
OokolaSni.nr Plant Co
Otaa Sugar Co Ltd ....
Olow alu Co .,
raaiiau Sugar I'l-ni .o
Pacific Sugar Milt
Tala Plantation Co ....
Pcpfafcco Sugar to....
Pioneer Mill Co
WM I Mi
Waialua Agric Co......
v uu sugar Co ....
I, "Vim un;
Walmaiia'o Sugar Co.
waime Mirar avu 10
luter-lalantl S'.eam NCo
Hawaiian Rlcclllc Co.
Hon KT. VI. Co Com
Mutual Telephone Or
Nalulii HuMwr Co Am.
Oaliu Rfc I.Cu..
Ililoll K Co
Hon Rt MCo-.,..-.,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
HUN 1)S ,
llaw.Trn C... ....
Haw Ter4H PC
Haw Tee 4H pf
HawTcr V pc
Haw Govt i pc
Ca Ileal Sug & Rel Co
Haiku Sugar Co6pc
Ham. pilch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
II aw Com Ik Sug Co t pc
Haw Sugar Coo pc. .
HlloRKCo Com t nc
llouakaa Sugar co. f I.
Hon RT :.C.'6. c
Kahuku P.ant Co p c.
IMlrv.US (."'I. .
Oahu R& 1. Co6, c.
Oahu Sugar Co i p c ..
Claa Sugar Co 6 p c
Pact Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co A DC ..
iio,iii ' 1,3
(V CO lit J
Waialua grlrCo tar
Sales Session: 10 lion. U. & M.
Co., $17; 10 Hon. I). & M Co., $17.
I IIIAtiUi 1DDC ...A
or $77.70 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 7 I -2d
Sugar, 3.885 Cents
Hinry Waterlmuse Trust Go.,
Stock and Bond Depaitmenl
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Manager.
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8T8.
TEL, PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
" AT PINEY RIOGE" IS
A melodrama of stirring power,
faithful to Its plcturcsn.ua Tennessee
hotting, nnd true to life Is "At I'lnej'
Kldgo," tho well known hill being pre
sented this week at tho Orphcum by
Richard Duhler, supported by the I. urn
ley Company; mi ably presented that
a new nnd distinctive character Is giv
en tho bill, and a new fascination sur
Uofore u parked house nnd an audi
unco enthused to tho whistling and
stamping point. Illchard Duhler pre
sented Inst night very nuly tho char
actor of Jack Hose, ono of tho most
lovable characters that over Rracod a
stage. Tho story hinges on tho rnco
problem of tho South, nnd tho adven
tures of two boys, whoso Identities
were maliciously Interchanged while
both wero infants during tho troublous
times of tho war. Hut, tho truo blue
111 Jnck Ross, the real son of Colonel
ririareon, defeats tho dross of tho
false llrlarson, n "wblto nigger," nnd
Jnck. finally comes Into his own.
It Is a plot of tho deepest human
Interest, nicely presented, nnd with
ond or two of tho roles noticeably
Elmer Dullard comes to tho front
with his usual ability In. character
comedy, this tlmo with two negro
parts, both very well taken.
Among tho features of tho ovcnlng
wcro two sailor clog dancers, whoso
presentation of tho sullnr'B hornpipe
nnd other characteristic turns brought
down tho house In a storm of up
plauso. A REMAriLB REMEDY FOR THE
' ' t . ' "'
Whisky and Beer, Habit
Very few men become drunkards be
cause they like liquor. It is frequent
.y the moderate. drinker, who-beforo hi
rcallr.es his condition, hsi become, a
drunkard. The nervous, system, hav
ing become accustomed to stimulants,
! unable tu do tho same amount or
quality of work without liquor,. hence
the victim drinks more and more. This
is a state of disease and should be
treated by Orrlnc. It destroys the de
sire for liquor, so that the drink: Is not
missed. There Is no loss of time or
detention from work when it ! used.
Orrlne ts prepared In two forms: No.
1, the secret remedy which can be used
in. food or drink without the knowledce
of the patleut; No., 2 for those whe
take the remedy of their own free will.
Doth forms are guaranteed. A reg
istered guarantee In every box.
Treatise on how to cure drunkenness
free on request. The Orrlne Co., Wash
ington, D. C. The price of either form
is Jl a box, making the cost of the
complete cure less thau ono. tenth what
It Is usually charged at sanitariums,
with n guaruittpe that the expense, will
be nothing unless a cine Is gained.
Mail oiders filled In plain sealed pack
age on lecelpt of price.
Orrlne Is for sale by Honolulu Ding
We have the most complete lines of Boys'
School and Dress Clothing in the city.
Two-Piece Suits College Boys' Suits
Knock-About Garments Shirt Waists Hosiery
Neckwear Hats Caps Underwear
Elks' Bid., King, nr. Fort. Tel. 651
LOCAL AN), QENEBAl
It luck and placards fail, as they
rl'A-nys do, try a Bulletin Want Ad.
Thv.rtavs for a lunch or dinner.
itviii riulihiiu uirs. StkyiJ oluis.
Mrs. K. Sahllu will tnko orders for
lnfnnts' clothes nnd biirntwork nt Ha
Tbku j'nur car:1nRo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage llnnfy. Co,, lor
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks nro served In tho best mannor
nt the Fashion. Just clvo us a try.
AlleRreltl's delicious cream choco
lates, In cold stoniKu from ChlcnKo,
may bo had nt Deuson, Smith & Co.,
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yoa will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
IN POLICE COURT
Young Yirginian Sent To
Jail For Three
The I'ollco Court had u much long
crtcnlcmlnr than usual this luoi.ilii';
there being no less thau CS eight rases
to bo tried. Of these twenty-fho wero
Chinese gamblers from Wutpuhu, who
had their cases continued until Wed
nesday. Fifteen wero drunks who
wero given the usual 33 anil costs,
with tho excopllon of .lunuh Davis,
who was up for tho twelfth time and
got twenty days In caicer; .loso Mar
tin and Daniel Smith, who each cele
brated his sixth appearance, and were
given 1 nnd 111 and costB resiectlve
ly; nnd tlueo gentlemen who had
been releat-ed to appear by tho Sher
iff, but who had betrayed his con
fidence nnd had to have bench w.ir
l unts Issued against them.
Among tho cases was that of Cus
Hchuman, charged with hccdlchs driv
ing of his nuto In connection with the
running over of MrfC Olesecko on
Deretanlu street. This case was con
tinued until October1 1.
Hugh Ilurroughs, tho young gentle
man from Virginia who would not
leave the country in spite of tho fact
that he was given a chnnco tu do ho,
was sentenced to Imprisonment for
J. J. Combs was fined J100 and costs
nn a charge of keeping liquor for sale
without a license.
A number of other cases. Including
charges of adultery, fornication, pro
curing, assault and battery, assault on
an otllcer, larceny, etc., wero con
Kaanaana. the Hawaiian who cut
his wife In the arm with n knlfo, was
sent to tio reef for four, mouths.
Ml GIRLS TREATED
Tho boys and girls In thu .rofgrm
utorles aie being given a trent today
by Walter Dillingham, and others who
have aided financially a worthy cmiso
Tho bo)s and girls wero bropght li
Honolulu this morning nn thu 9 o'clock
train,, and wero Immediately put
nbnaril two sight-seeing Rapid Tran
sit cars, and, with tho band plnylng
morrlly. wore given a rid? over tho
city. They wero biought hero In older
that (hoy might have nn opportunity to
view tho grpat I'aclflc Kleot. This af
ternoon the tug I'ioncer will carry
them outside tho harbor, whoro they
will rliclo the rrulsor lying nt iiuchor,
nnd later on they will bo tnken nn
board and all IhtoiiKh Urn flagship
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JMT "For Rent" cards on sale at
Hire's Root Beer
The Only Genuine AERATED IN BOTTLES. Is made by us;
nny other is an infringement nnd a fake.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
That old saying, "In Rome do
as the Romans do" applies equally
well to Honolulu.
Everybody in Honolulu drinks
It iS the home brew and is
superior to any other beer 'sold in
Joseph A. Gilman, II
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Jl
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE. t4
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;- f ;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco. ,,WI
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wJlil Siit! are most ?ujtab'e to 3
SSyJ 1 f:lMV make up this pattern. Jj
Bill i'liuSim Please look before 9
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