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gVBNmO BULLETIN, ITONqfcTJLP, T. It., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. lfl, 190.
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An Eastern shoe, manufacturer, who has studied the
needs of boys for years, has perfected lasts for shoes that
possess all the style of men's shoes and do not cramp the
feet. looks easy, but was really a difficult accomplish
We have these shoes.
They re Beauties please' the mothers quite as much
as the boys. Made in kids and shiny leathers. You'll bs
delighted with them when you see them.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A 'FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
When you sec and
you will see how much
more you will get for
your money. You owe
it to yourself to see the
Theo. ft Davies & Co., Ltd., I
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. I
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 King St. Family Liquor Dealers Tel. 240
Delicious in every respect.
featherweight cakes. Pies and
The Palm Cafe
60o a pair; 75c a oair;
$3.00, $4.00. The Very Best
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Hawaiian Iron fence
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDG., 170-190
T n i itfil iiii iim I iim ii i i ill
Richly flavored ices and
cakes fresh daily.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
$1.00 a pair; $1.50, $2.00,
and Monument Works
1 liilililf itr JWliiillii I
Wilbtl & amy's Sugar Journal for
ci reports as follows on tho eug-
8Utltlci by Special Cablet. Cuba.
The six principal norts! Iter. Int.
'done: exports. 6000 tons; stork f.Kiri.i
3ns, Rgalnst 8C.O0O tons last year.'
Central grinding;, 1, against none
Stocks In tho United Slatoj nn'l
uha together of 320,158 tons, against
18,241 tons last week and 370.SU3
ns last yoar, a decrease of 00,110
)ns from last year.
Europe Stock In Europe, 1,009,000
ms, against 1,237,000 tons lost year.
Vlilble Supply. Total stock of
luropo and America, 1,389,158 tons,
gnlnst 1,007,298 tons Inst year at tho
Itnto unovon ilntm. Tim .tni.n. nr
stock Is 218,140 tons, nenlnut n .1o.
cronso of 2346,32 tons lam wcok. Totul
stocks and nfloats togothcr show a vis
Iblo supply of 1.779,158 tons, against
.Boi.ma ions last year, or a dccicaso
Raw. .Tim ,1w.llnn In .,,!.. ...1,1.1.
nas liecn going on for several weeks
a mm uncnccKou.
Tho weakness Is general In tho mar
kets of flin wnrlil nn,l Ima nfrn.in.i .1...
values of sugar of tho old crop moro
uiuii inoso or tno now crop, bringing
Iho prices of tho two together.
Spot quotations which wcro nomin
ally on basis of 4.08 for 96 test last
week, nro how 3.90c, nt which ccntrlf-
UgalS In Rtnrn hnrn wnpn ntnon.1 ...111.
tho principal buyers.
Cuba sugars for August-September
shlliUKHit worn until nl "lir nn.i t
93 test, equal to 3.92c. Innilcil for 96
u-ih. us uima ccntnriig.ils aro now
testing very low.
Unsold JavaB afloat, somo halng
liaSSCll (Jlhr.lltnr ni'ilnr...! In II.,. 1I.T...1.-
wntw, and others a little further off,
Vero nffnrnrl nf inn e.A . t n...i i
equal to 3.97c. landed, without Inter-
Ilecelpts for tho week at tho At
lantic ports were, heavy, amounting to
44,917 tons, Including 29,860 tons
.Hvas, oi wntcn ono cargo each at
Pllllndeltltlln nnrl Itnntnn ntwl fltp,.n .
goes at Now York. Supplies n Jfiiva
niiKurit win now do large each week
for several months.
in tho London market quotations for
.TaVnu llrrllnml In inn 71.l nnu.il fr.
3.96c. landed at New York.
Beet sugars of tho old crop (August
and September) declined to 9s. GViil..
th parity of 3.98c. for centrifugals,
with tho new crop (October-December)
bIfo at 9s. BVid:
The dccllno has extended fprthcr
than was generally anticipated, and an
finllltnn linaol ntl llm nviinrlnhiu. nf
--, ., uuvi. -.1, ..III VAIUI IVIILU .1.
many years, would bo that prices
Biiouiu oo not very rnr rrom tho bot
tom, nnrtlriilnrlv tin nniv rmn lw.nl
sugars aro now quoted near the cost
ui production, wnoro mere win Do
strong resistance to further decline.
Hilt thn flllt.rn ilAiinmla it.u.n H.n
. ...v au.u Ubivll1IO l.1... ilU
amount of pressure exerted by holders.
jui tun miKurs in sigiu win no necucil
hnfnrrt thn nnW n.lllfl m, la nvnllnl.ln
In quantity, and present prices can
only bo maintained by refraining from
iiircniK sugars uiion miners, already
well supplied, until needed.
Practically all growing crops nro
making good progress.
Refined. Tho demand for refined
sugars continues to Improve slowly,
although It Is not yot nil that could
fitficka In thn. hnnilu nf ilniilna
throughout tho country nro constant
ly diminishing and must bo refilled by
drawing, In the iriln, on th censtcru
ruiiiiurs. ino minors aro prepared to
supply all requirements of granulated
promptly, and other grades with but
In sympathy with tho break In raws,
a general dccllno In prices' of refined
took nlacn on Weiliii'silnv. follnwcil liv
aurthcr reduction today.
Quotations at tho closo aro on tho
basis of granulated, with 1 por cent
fliarnunt fni rnsh na fnllnu.u lmni.
lean, Howell and Arbucklo lit 4.90c. for
snipmom in 7 nays only; Warner at
4,90c. for shipment cither prompt or
within 28 days and Federal at 4.80c.
for prompt or 4.85c. for shipment with
in 28 days, Instructions to bo given
within 14 days.
Tho margin between raw nnd refined
Ib now less than normal .
Nnw Orlnnnu priintiliit.wl wna nlon
reduced to 4.90c. less 1 per cent.
Honolulu showed Its growing apathy
toward artlstB by n very small attend
unco nt tho Hlancho Arrnl ballailo re
cital at tho Alexander Young Hotel
last night. Artistically tho concert
wns certainly a success, tho talontod
lady rising,' In her nrt, nbovo tho
smallncss of worldly things, and fair
ly winning tho plaudits or tho audi
ence In everything nho essayod to sing.
In fuct tho applauso from her listeners
was nothing short of an ovation.
Much of tho artistic success of tho
evening was duo to Mr. Duchly. This
richly tulentcd artist delighted his
audience with ono number on tho pro
gram consisting or three short selec
tions. Mr. Duchly's playing Is, In
many respects, tho equal of that of
world-famed artists who have appeared
in this city and ho has a personal mag.
notlsm that uppcals nt once to his audi
once. Raff's Cavatina, ono of Wlenla
viuski's "Polish nances" and a Tlrahms
"Hungarian Dance." wore tho selec
tlons contributed by Mr. llrtchlv. Thcso
wero bo well received thnt tlio'audl
nco Insisted on an encore and in re
pponso tho soloist played ono of Schu
man's delightful slumber song with
such beautiful effect that the listeners
wcro spell-bound whllo pianissimo
tones 'scarcely whispered through the
Professor Rorger played tho accom
paniments with his customary skill.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvea a complete summary of
the news of the day,
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, Sept. 16.1908
I Vb OP STOCK
Z Brewer ft Co
Rwa Plftnmtlon Co
llt Mn Agrle. Co.. . .
Haw Cm StSugCo ..
Hawaiian Suirar Co. .
tloncmu Sugar Co ....
Honokaa Suirar Co .
Haiku SuKr Co
IntlcMson SiiKtr Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co
Ktkaha Siik- Co
koloa Sopar Co ......
Onomca Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Url ....
Paaliau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala PlantallonCa ....
Pcjicfkco Sugar Co....
Wanuku Sugar Co ....
Walmanalo sugar Co..
Walmca Sugar Mill Co
liitcr.lntanl Steam N Co
Hawaiian Electric Co,.
Hon H T Ik I. Co Prel
II on R T A: t. Co Com
Mutual Teletilione Co
Paul Up .,
Maluku Ruhber Co.Aia.
Oaliu R fk I. Co
Hon B J! M Co
Hawaiian pineapple Co.
Haw Ter pc
HawTer id pc
Haw Gov't f nc........
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Uiper Ditch 6s
Haw Sugar Co a pc...
Ililo RKCfl Con fa lit
Honakaa Sugar co ftpc-
..'l l i l. t... ope
Kahuku I'.ant Co Cue,
MrRrvnV S Cn'i . .
Oahu Rc I.Co6uc..
Oahu Sugar Co spc ..
Ctaa Sugar Co 6 p c. .
Poo Sug. Mill Co, a
rata riautatlnii 10 ....
Pioneer Mill Co fane
Sales Session: 10 Oaliu Sue. Co..
Latitat tiirtap niintatUn ton ..
$78 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 8 l-4d,
Sugar, 3.90 Cents
Henry Waterhouse Trust 'Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manaaer.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
HOME RULERS TO
MEET IN KUNA
Tho county convention of tho Homo
Rulo party on Hawaii will be held at
Konn In tho near future. Transporta
tion facilities aro being arranged bo
that tlio delegates may bo brought
taken thero by Btcnnvir or stago. II.
I Kawowehl, a new Homo Miller, said
that It funds arc available, a special
steamer will bo chartered to take tho
delegates from Hllo, where tho dele
gates from the adjacent districts will
congregate preparatory to their going
Tho Homo Killers at their conven
tion will nominate Sheriff Keolanul to
succeed himself, Tho Democrats who
formerly voted for Keolanul will put
up Supervisor Shtpman as their candi
date for Sheriff. Tho Republicans will
put up Ham I'ua as their candidate to
opposo Keolanul, who is losing his
popularity uinong tho Hawallans.
WISE DECLINES TO
"You can sny for mo that I nm
out for Sheriff on tho Republican
ticket. I have hoisted my flag on
the mainmast and oxpect to see It re
main thero until tho tight has been
fought and won. I will not run for
Deputy Sheriff, If defeated at tho
convention. I am for Sheriff and
In this manner John Wise denies
the report that he might run for dep
uty on n compiomlso ticket with Car
WAS MR. GEAR'S AUNT
Mrs. W. F. Herrln, whoso dontli
wns announced In yesterday's cable
dispatches, was an mint of A. V,
Ocnr of this city. Mrs. Herrln was
a Miss Annie van Cllct nnd a sinter
of Mr. Gear's mother. Sho with lior
two daughters visited tho city somo
flvo years ago, making qulto a Btny
ut tho Moann Hotel.
CLASSES AT Y. M. C. A.
Tho Association Instltuto offers
cour&cs In Knglltdi, Japanese, Hawai
ian, Arithmetic, Drawing, Commer
cial Law, Aulomolillo Operation,
HookkeeplnR, Shorthand nnd Type
writing. Students should enroll by
IIIiioU leather cover for nutoinolillo
top. lletmn to Von Hnmni-YounK
Co, QariiKo. 1107-2t
LOCAL AND IENE1AL
No good housekeeper omits read
ing the B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ads.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Item Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.
Mri. E. Sahlln 'will take orders fur
infants' clothes and bumtwork at Ha
A Regatta Day concert ami dance
will bo given at tlio K. of P. ball Sat
urday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
loklwa, n Jnpnneso, was tills fore
noon sentenced to Imprisonment for
sixty days by Judge Amlrnilo for boat
ing his wife.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will ba surprised at Ui cooling
and preservallre properties. California
Peed Co., agents.
Expert handling of repairs on bi'
cycles at .1, 12. Santos', pliouc -122.
Union street. You get moro than
your money's worth.
Joso lloyos was this morning sen
tenced to JniprlKtniment for our
months on n charge of larceny In tho
second tlegroo. lie was convicted of
stealing a cane from a Japanese.
In tlic matter or tho II Eatnta tax
assessment, the valuation named by
Tax Assessor Wilder has been cut
down nbout onc-tlilrd. Wilder val
ued It nt SlfiCinC, while the trusteo
pulled It down to $3!i,510. The Tax
Appeal 'Hoard has made It 1102, 35C
87. United States District Attorney
llreckons exiiccts to Mulsh the caso of
tho United States vs. I.orrlu A. An
drews, In tho matter of tho condeti'-'ia-lion
of certain land at Hllo, this af
ternoon. It nas first thought that tho
caie would boifar enough advanced to
nllow n number or tho witnesses to de
part for their homos on the .Manna
Ken yesterday, but this wns found Im
possible. The Civic Federation has passed a
I evolution, which has been sent to
Attorney (lcicrul Ilonaparte, urging
that tho rhnrges which have been
made against District Attorney llrec
kons bo Investigated, nnd that, If
tlioy should bo found to bo true.
llreckons bo removed from office, or,
if the contrary be tho care, that ho
be publicly ncnultted,
EXODUS OF ACTORS
ON ALAMEDA TODAY
Tho Oceanic steamship Alameda
sailed this morning nt 10 o'clock for
San Francisco, earning with her tho
whole actor population of Honolulu
yes, every one of tho dramatic fra
ternity. A largo list of passengers
sho had besides, and 1100 tons of car
go below hatches of tho ordinary Bort
sugar, pines, rice, bananas.
Tho Lumley company, tho Hallen
vaudeville people, Madame Arral nnd
Hcrold Ilassett all went, and Hono
lulu can't tioast of a singlo profession
nl actor looking for on cngagetront or
public favor at present. Tho exodus
wns complete; two dozen of them, in
Ilestdcs, Hnrry Werner, who wns un
til recently connected with tho Kin pi re
moving picture show, also left for
tho Coast, for tho purpose of getting
tho Hawaiian agency for tho camera
phone, tho latest marvel In tho moving
K. 11. Stacknble, collector of cus
toms for this port, also left, bound for
Tho famous Japauesu beach icsort,
the Moehlzukl club, this morning Died
an application with Treasurer Cani
bell that u liquor license bo granted
It. Tho members havo up)lntetl T.
Kalsuntima picsldcnt and S. Sheba,
tho Japauesu newspaperman, treasur
er of tho club, nnd these two make
tho application, stating that It Is tho
Intention of tho club to nbldo by all
tho laws of tho Territory.
Reorgo Kalolklnt enterrd n ijca of
not guilty this morning when he wns
arraigned before Judge Robinson. His
was tho only plea entered from tho
(Jinnd Jury Indictments, tho others be
ing set ahead. Lawyer Straus had his
caso continued until tho 23rd fur plea.
gy"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF GOV
Consumers of Government -water
nro hereby notlllcd that until further
notice, water for Irrigation purposes
shall bo confined to tho following
hours. In the different sections of tho
College Hills and Million, 2 to 1
West of Nuuanu Street. 8 to 10
Knst of Niiunnu to Punnhoii Street,
3 to 5 p, m.
Punnhnu Street, Kast Mollllli and
Wnlkllil, 1 to :i p. in.
Kalmukl and Pnlolo, 10 to 12 a.m.
J. M. LITTLE.
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
flupprlntpiiddit of Public Wnikn.
mine a Knox the better you'll like
Soft Felts and Derbys and Straws
Specify a. KNOX HAT in your Election Bets.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KINO ST.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CI0ARS.
V. C. BERQIN, Proprietor.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Sl'irts. Pajamas. Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
We do not have to claim everything for our aerated
waters. Its Superiority is conceded by everyone. Switch
off and try it.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARH0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
No Two Alike" hMJ .' :; ilf ' :!
Bought Right. Will sPfI:' J I
sell at tSBflff i liW
low prices waiPJ J
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTL I
If what's in your
head is good,
what's on it de
serves to be. Then
why not get a
Knox hat. The
closer you exa
KINO NEAR FORT.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
Von Hamm- Young
The Btit Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. F. 0. BOX 755.
'For 3ale" cards at Bulletin.
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