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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TIlUrtSDAY, DEC. 3. 1908.
Light soled shoes
arc for fair weathei,
and it's damaging to
them and to their own
era to wear them in
the rain. .
Oet yourself a pair
of WET WEATHER
SHOES. We have the
celebrated H A N A N
SHOE and other makes
in DOUBLE SOLES,
made to withstand the
wet and mud,
Our wide range of
styles and prices in
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET. A FEW STEP8 ABOVE KING.
.J I L-l J ?'
A Copley Print
Grurr ey Frame
Is the proper
thing for a wed-
ding present or
832-938 FORT STREET.
STUFFED FIOS and DATES; QLACE FRUITS STUFFED PRUNES;
MARRONS GLACE; CRYSTALLIZED (JiNOElt; SALTED ALMONDS and
PECANS; NUT MEATS; MALAGA RAISINS; JORDAN and VALENCIA
ALMONDS; SMYRNA FIGS; BON DONo; GREEN XMAS TREES and
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.,
THE FOOD SPECIALISTS.
1G9 KING STREET. TELEPHONE 210.
Honolulu Construction and Diaying do.,
PRONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0 BOX 154.
Fort St., ,0pp. W. 3, Irwin & r Hi "
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed flock. White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil. Etc. SAFE HOnNO'A BFT
Everything that can b; bought in a French establishment
can be bought in our department, handling imported and
domestic cheese, anchovies, sardines, pickles, fish, butter,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Phone 45 I
Csnrnlkow, Macdougall & Co. report
ns follows oil (In. taw Biigar mnrk)t
under dntu or November 13!
Our last report wns dated Clli No.
The Halo of a Java car.no In port,
i.hlte out Inst, Issue una going through
Iho press, marked n further tier linn of
ilinut .U3c. In spot qiAitatlulis. hut
.02c. of tills was recovered on a t iilio
nucut Halo of nliout 1,159 ons nrilva.1
CubatiB nt a price equivalent I J .Pile,
basis 9G degree.
Slncu tho passing of the c! actions,
mid since the energies temporarily ub
sorbed In political loulest hnvii ngnln
become, engdgbd In active IiiiMii-.r
pursuit!), there has been ft mrv awak
ening or manufacturing industry
throughout tho country and a geneinl
Improvement In maikots. To IliU
pcaco nnd Improvement there if.. hjvv
ever, one exception, for our sugar renti
ers liavo cliosou the present Hum for
t fight, which lias seriously dtsm gan
ged the trade In refined.
The cut of KMmtnts this vice i:i tkou
ll;e total reduction In reflnel since
election day 25 to 30 points. This Is
nn entire reversal of trade urrccl.v
I Ions, which looked for nu ndvnncc
rather than a decline, and It h-u' ciuit
ed such uncertainty in Hit niluJs or
bujers lliut they are afraid to cany
When prices or raws woro lust nt
present level, granulated was I U.V to
6.05c. net, as against today's i.AOc.
net. In other words, it was .35c. to .He
pur pound limner than It Is now. ThU
Mate of matters cannot be lasting, for
even nt present reduced cost or raw a,
there Is a loss In the manufacture of
ullned, and In tho majority of cimcs
Wits loss is heightened by the fact that
the raws now being worked up were
bought when prices were nt a higher
There are practically no raw sugars
on offer for prompt delivery. In 1900,
when a much larger Cilban crop than
tho coming one was In sight, the first
parcel of new crop sugars did not nr
rive until middle or December, and the
receipts from Cuba between that time
nnd the end of the month were, only
10,200 tons. In these circumstances.
:i iiirtner decline in rawr. can Hardly be
looked for during what remains of thu
present car, and refiners' remedy for
melr immediate Ills must be sougln
for In an upward movement In the
1 rice of their own product
European beet markets were firm
nnd advancing during the early pari of
the week, but some of the imptnve.
ment has since been lost. The October
production In Germany Is leported to
be greater than was expected. To lay
f. o. b. quotations are: November, lbs.
2Vid.; December, 10s. SWd.; January
March. 10s. 4HI.; May, 10s. CV41.; Aug
list, 10s. 8UH.
I.nulblana Our correspondent olo
graphs that the weather Is ideal for
grinding and that receipts at New Or
leans nro large. The market Is quiet at
j ti.'ic. lor renning grade, liasls 90 do
Bieu. ItcflnoiWTho unsettled conditions
referred to In our prevluus report havo
been aggravated by several further re
ductions in prices this week, the quo
tations of Arbucklo Bros, and The Fed
eral Sugar Kenning Co. being now
4.fl5c. less 1 per cent ror granulated,
wnue our other rennets nuino 4.70r.
less 1 per cent. Owing to the extreme.
ly unsatisfactory statu or tho market,
me irauc are limiting tnelr purchases
lo their immediate requirements.
uuoa. our cable or date renorts tho
Receipts for the woek at the throe
Atlantic porta, 25,470. Meltings. 45,000
Fullowlntr Is the statement pf tho
contention of tho Federal Kellnlng
people who are advocating Irue su
gar Lefoie the tariff commlsuion. riio
Aiovement Is cleurly one of Cuban
tugar property owners, Qus 8ireck-
els, one of the free-sugar enthusi
asts', having admitted that he had
bought sugar lands In Cuba on spec
ulutlon, In anticipation of reduce 1
dull or annexation:
Now that the 'ns nnd Me ins
Commuted of the Senate Is conolilei
lug the tariff revision, It Is tho gen
eral Impression that something v. Ill
be done In thu neur future towards
tcduclng the present duty on sugnr.
Thoie really seems to be no good rea
son why suth a heavy tnx as l.C85c.
per pound (which Is the present full
duty on 90 test raw sugar) shouUl
be llvled on an article that Is as uni
versally used as sugar. The United
States consumes neitily 3,000o6o
Inns of raw sugar annually, or ubout
an average consumption of TS
poiind3 per capita. Of this the do
mestic pioductlon of beet sugar last
; tun- was 440,000 tons, and cane su
gar In Louisiana 335,000 tons, a to
tal or 77r,,000 tons. As most of the
domestic beet sugar plants are locat
ed In tho Western States, they, Jn
addition to tho tariff, have the ad
vantage of freights to moat distrib
uting points of from 30 to CO cents
per li mid led, giving them practically
2c J ier pound protection. So that
thoy may reap large profits tho Gov
ernment tnxos every man, woman,
ami child practically 1 5-Sc, per
pound on every pound of sugar they
use, "' ' N
Tho domestic sugar Industry is
controlled by" tho so-called "Sugar
Trust." The Louisiana , producers
claim that they cannot ruite 335,
000 tons of sugar without a large
protective tariff, but last January,
when the advantage which Cuba re
ceived from the preferential tariff
of about 3 tic per hundred vwas en
tirely lost to tho Cubans by the fact
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
BON0LUL0, Dec. 3,1908
i -i or STOCK
C Brewer tt Co..-l.
Kwa Plantation Co ....
Haw Com fc Sin Co ..
Hawaiian Sugar Cn.t..
Hnnomu Fnrr Co ...,
Honokaa Sugar Co. ..
Hotchlaon Sugar Plant.
Kahuftn Plantation Lo
Ktttaha Sue- Co- ...
KoloaSatar Co ......
MrBrydt Sugar Co ....
OnomcaSugar Co ....
Ootola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uri ....
Paeltau Sugar Plttit Co
Pacific Sugar MIS.. ...
Pala Plantation Co ....
Papeelteo Sugar Co....
Wauuku Sugar Co ....
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
Intir-liland Sttam NCo
Hon R T Si L. Co Prtl
Mutual Ttphon Co
Paid Up ,...
Nahiku Ruuhar Co All.
Oahu Rft UCal
Hon Rft MCo
Hawaiian Ptlia pule Co.
tlawTtr 4 PC
HawTtriM pc i.
Haw Tar aw pc
Haiku Sugar Co pc
Han, Ditch Co ,
Uttoar Illleh fti
1 MI CJOU
a w ouo
naw sugar 1.0 n p c...
HiloR KCo Con a or
Honakaa Sugar co ipc.
ItonRT ft LCn,p c
Kkuuau v ant 1.0 ape.
MrHrrdr? Cn'tl. ,
Oahu Rft LCotjic ..
Oahu Sugar Co $ p c . .
Olaa ugar Co 6 p c.
Pat- Sug. Mill Co. 6
fala Plantation Co ....
nontar Mil) Co p c ..
Waialua grl Cotac
Bales Between Doartls:
Lstett supsr quotation 3.92 eentg.
Sugar 3.92 Cents
Beets. 10s, f 1 -2d
Henry Witiriiousi Trust Co.,
Stock uri Bond Department
Msmbtrs Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON.' Manaitr.
FORT AND MEKCHANT BTS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
MYRTLES DANCE SATURDAY
Boat Club Will Have festive Cele
bration on Lanai of the
Saturday night's the night. Thu
Mouna Hotel's the place. Chowder's
n feature, and dancing's In order aft
er 9 o'clock. Dress clothes lire not In
order. If jou havtt a yachting suit
it counts ou a few extra points, for
the affair Is nautical.
No pains aro being Bpared to make
the Myrtle lloat Club celebration one
of the plensantest social affairs of
the season, and from the large list of
patronebses and active workers
among the ladles of the organization
there Is little doubt on this subject.
HAWAII'S BUILDING PLANS
' HAVE NOW ARRIVED.
Tho definite plans of Hawaii's build
ing at tho Alaska-Yukon-I'aclflc exposi
tion have arrived, and the local Fair
Commissioners now know exactly tho
amount of space which has been al
lotted them. The plans for the Ha
waiian exhibit aro going ahead rapid
ly, unil everything is getting In good
ihapc for the fair. The pineapple
growers will probably hold a meeting
this week to arrange the details of
their exhibit. IleslikH .the exhibits
which huve already been mentioned,
Albert James of Hllo Is planning to
.end an excellent Bhuwlng of koa wood,
end koa furniture.
KAUAI WINE COMPANY
. IS ALLEGED BANKRUPT.
A petition was esterday filed by
Pcucook & Co., Hoffschlauger & Co,
and thu Honolulu llrewlng nnd Malt
ing Company to nave the Kauai Wine
& Mcjiior Company declared a bank
rupt. A similar petition was Died
somo months ago by l-ovejoy & Co.,
nnd others, but this was opposed at
that time by Peacuck ft Co., and tho
Court finally declared that the K.ltmt
company was not bankrupt. Tho pres
ent Indebtedness Is alleged to bo U7,.
000, or which amount $7,505 30 Is ow
ing to Peacock & Company. Thu con
cern has been a losing proamnion
right along. '
Kred L,. Ford, city engineer of Hart
ford, Conn,, told thu National Munic
ipal League convention In PltUburi;
that many tenement buildings were
bleeding (daces of disease, notably of
Miss Alice Hullls of Port Huron,
Mich., who for thirty six years was
totally blind, Is now nble to read type
written letters as a result of treatment
by an eminent 'specialist at Wiesbaden,
ROOMS AND BOARD
Suite of mosqulto-pmnf rooms, with
Hoard, iu private family. Hot and
told water. Private entrance, etc.
Addiess 1300 King St. 4 173-1 w
Copyright 1 908 by
Hart SchsrTner tt Mir
JsF, If a B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad. fails
to sell it for you, throw it away!'
Ten good unto hacks. Phone C.
The hand will play this afternoon at
Fort tilt ifter.
Col. Spalding Is honked to leave In
the Korea for thu Status. '
Thu trial Jurors In thu Federal court
have been excused uutll January 4.
C. A. Itlce, of Kauoj Is In town, hav
ing arrived vcsteiduy In the Klnau.
Meals served a' all hours st tte
New nugtand Hakery, Hotel street
Ilurton Holmes, at lust accounts, was
giving his travelogues In Kansas (tlty.
If 1) l.im1n ulll tin n.i.n,.,. tt... n..t
.. ' .((.. ; n... 'V ...'..,, (IIU Will-
going passengers In thu Korea tomor
David Dotvsett will sail for Rnn
Francisco. He goes In the Korea on
Itnu .lllnli Trllin Vn 1 t n II f
will meet In K. or P, Hall at '7:30
Try a Royal Annex oyster loaf.
Till. Illlllllnl tlllt.itlllir nf tin. lf.i..tnVtn.
meha Alumni Association will be held
Economy In tho household begins In
thu kitchen when thu gas Is turned on
In thu gast stove.
Captain Humphrey of (ho United
Stutes Quartermaster's department, re
turned irom Kauai vcslertluy.
The I'.lks' Annual Memorial Ser
vices ulll be held next Sunday after
noon at the Hawaiian Opuru House.
nave your typewriters and machines
ropalred at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Oet rid of tho mosquitoes by burning
n skeet go lump. No unpleasant fumes
but death to tho pests. lienson, Smith
& Co, Ltd.
Coat 5 our Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You villi be surprised nt Its cooling
nnd preservative properties California
Feed Co.. ugentH.
On Installments or J3 per month you
can purchase n White Family notary
tttntnir niachlnn 1trnm .& rvi l ,i
agents, 1200 Kort St. Phone 488. "'
.Members of thu Hawaiian ttnglneer
lug Association can pay their dues to
Die financial secretary at Evening
Uulletln any day between 12 nnil
At thu men's meeting .at St. An
drew's Cnttmrlrnl thin HL(nlm..h o
o'clock, tho Kev. W. II. Miss wl'.t speak
on "Christ's Law ot Poace nml livo."
At .Ionian's thev nm Llwiuiin nni
exquisite hat pins, niadu from real
roses, imported direct from England.
Christmas goods per 8. S. Alameda
Jt Is becoming tho ranlilon to send
wireless messages to-friends on nrrlv
lug and departing strainers. It Is a
vey pretty custom, and comparative
Where is the Royal Annex BlEnf"
" imu u iiuu mi oi nouuay una
ever) day shoes for men, ladles and
children Call In beforu Christmas
nnd inspect our stock. Prices nro rea
sonable. I.. A) an Shoo Co.
Mr. Tokledu. mow mnnagcr of tho
lOCal brilllCh Of till- Vnlinhnmn a.,i..
IJank, will arrlvo tomorrow from Japan
in iiiu sieuinsnip tvorea. Me will not
be accompanied b,y his family.
Confidential matters may be dis
cussed with perfect freedom orer the
automatic telenhnn. Vnhiul. ...
butt in. Ost your name bn the Hat
for a phone. '
Mrs. Knthprlnn I nnt otnvM.nH .um
speak In Central Union chiirch Satur-
inv evening. Hvoryuoiiy is invited.
The Young People's Societies are es
pecially requested to bo.present In full
number. s '
There will be a meeting of tho Farm
er's Institute, at thu Collego rt Hawaii
Ueccmber 12 nt 8 p. in. President Oil'
more will read a pafi.r on "The Ob
ject and Working of the Collego of
Our suggestion (or Christmas Is: a
Kodak ror those who havo nnno; films,
photogrnphlo supplies nnd latest photo
Improvements ror thoso who 7have
them. Honolulu Photo Biipply Co.
The derision ot tho Suproma Court
or the United States In the Morlta Kel
70 case has been received here, The
Supremo Court did not ilecldu whether
the Torrltory had the power to natur
alize aliens bcroro thu enactment or
the law covering that question, nnd
the matter Is still open to debate. The
Hlinritmi Pnlirt ilu.l.tA.l'.i.n. i. ....
r, , . ,"m;w i"i um ques
tion could not bo raised on a habeas
tiiiiiiih iiiiH-fiMiiug; mat habeas cor
pus could nut iisuip the right ot a writ
about the style of suit you
want to wear this fall; you
prefer the double-breasted
a good many men like the
athletic shape it gives the figure.
Hart Schaff ner & Marx
make so many gooi styles that about all you need to
do to get juit what you want is to come to us and
say what it it. We've got it. mJ
This store is the home of
i Hart SchafTner & Marx- Clothes
Silva s Toggery,
KINO ST. NEAR FORT.
Quantity and Quality of
Three times the quantity and a light of better quality
1 secured by the use of the new
WITHOUT ANY INCREASE IN THE COST. "
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd. ,
It's a Good Thing
to have the best soda water at your table. We don't claim
everything for ours; it stands for itself and is admittedly
the best on earth. We deliver.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
a. S. LEITHEAD. Manager.
BHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Ajtnt for ARTHUR BEWAIL A CO., Bath, Mains;
PARROT! A CO., San Francisco.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. Yon should have your gnunls
filled in before the winter rains set ih. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PJtICES. PHONE 890
P M. Pond. Contractor
X j'J TUESDAY, THE
brought out an immense crowd, and everybody was explain
ing at the Wonderful Bargains. The Sale will continue
tn lialon.. nf tlit. ..a.1 mJ At.. 1 , . i
...v v. u ieu,
for the lucky buyer. Per
W many beautiful CHRISTMAS GOODS, which will be on dfs-
) play next week. ' 0
O ASK TO SEE THE REAL t Q
Rose Hat Pins
0 ' IMPORTED, DIRECT FROM EUROPE BY US.
W They are wonderful works of art, and make a very
19 choice and beautiful gift. "
OPENING DAY OF OUR Q
aim lucre are many Bargains ten A
Fridav's Alameda we shall mclr V