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. -EVENING. nUIXnTIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY, JAN. 5, 1909. . .
Success in business it the truest sign of public
Appreciation and Approval. Our business for the past
year 'has demonst ated that our system, our shoes, and
our prices have mjt with that approval that is reflect
ed in public patronage.
This vcar wilt be no exception; and by honest nnd
proper attention ti th" warts of our patrons, we fully
expect to close 1030 ns succssfully as we have 1008.
START in the
New Year by
having all the unfram
cd pictures and pho.tos
about the house pro
perly framed at
The Art and Photo Shop,
928-933 Fort St.
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Foi't Street
follow the rain ai night
you of their buzzing; and
Honolulu Construction' and Draying Co,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & 0 Ltd.
We do a'.l kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Kock, White anj
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto. SAFE MOVING A SPF
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
the ilay. SKEEIQ0 will rid
you von't get "stjnp;" if you
& Co.. Ltd.,
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WHIett and Ornj'e Sugar Journal
for Doccmbor it. says of tlio raw sue
1 :r market:
Statlttlcs by Special Cablei. Cuba.
The six principal port. Receipts
none; exports, none; stock, 1000 tons,
rgnlnst 19,000 tons lint car.
Centrals grinding, 12, against T In
1007 mill 91 In 190G.
Stocks in the United States and
R11I11 together of llri,97n pus, against
lot GIG tons last week and 130,004 tons
last year, a decrcaso of 10,118 tons
from lust yenr.
Knrope Stoclt In Europe, 3,044 000
tons. asalDEt 2,8 IS 212 tons last year.
Visible 8upply, Total stock of Eu
lopo and America, 3,189,970 tons,
iigalnst 3,000,094 tons last Jcar at tho
namo unoven dates. The Incrcaso of
ttock Is 189,882 tons, against an in
crease of 109 610 tons last week. Total
.nocks nnd afloats together bIiow a ls
Iblo supply of 3 203,976 tons, against
3,026,094 tons last year, or an Increase
of 177,882 tons.
Raws. Tho market during tho wcok
under review has followed the caster
tindcncy noted In the previous wceki
Sales of new crop Cuba sugars and
Porto lttcos have .been, maile, to a lim
ited extent, at reduced quotations, with
lost soles mnilo of Cuba centrifugals
for prompt shipment at 2 13 32c. c. nnd
f 96 test, equal to 3 77c. duty paid
landed, thus reducing tho Bpot quota
tions for tho week from 3 86c. to 3 77c ,
or Bay 9c per 100 pounds. This repro
tents tho lowest basis fur tho neck
far tlio.cnrllor shipments, Intermediate
sales having been mads at 3.77c land
ed for Porto nico centrifugals for early
January shipment, and at 2 7-lCc. c.
and f. 96 test for first half January
shipment from Cuba, equal to 3 80c
May delivery, with u quiet nnifl1-lJ, 4jll0.1
i other easier tendency,
F. O. l.lcht caliles a reduction of 40,-
000 tons In his estimate for Gorman',
pay from 2.100O.0OQ to 2,000,000 tons.
The crop of oil Eiiropo Is now estimat
ed at 6,450,000 Inns, nRalnst last ) ear's
crop of 6,632,000 tons
No new deeloimcnts liao como to
Maud during tho week relating to tho
conditions and prospects of tho Cuba
crop. Nolther Is an thing moro do-
eloped about tho sugar schedule of
tho tariff bill.
Tho policy now being maintained by
tho holders of Louisiana sugars In stor
ing their sugars to resist further de
cline Is showing good results. The
stoclt In warehouse has reached n fig
lire of 9,000 tons, and at'tho close wo
tac received n telegram from Now
Orleans reporting an advance of M6c.
to .1 916 for 96 test.
Hlocka continue tn decline In tho
United Slates, nnd rcdncrji must, be
fore long, make provisions for their
renew ay from tho Cuba and I'orto Hlco
Tho curlier purchases from theso
crops went partly to European specu
lators nt higher than tho present val
ues nnd, thcrefoio, will not como on
tho market again nt tho present time.
At tho close. It Is generally believed
luslncsB has been put through to somo
extent for Cuba centrifugals for Janu
nry Bhlpmcnt at 2 3 8c. c. nnd f. 96 test,
and thoro Is a rather Bloodier tone,
then) being less sugar on offer, with
Imlilorx now asking 2 13 32c. lo 2 7-16c.
, An Inwn man nnxlOus to prcno his
Yiolnt, dies eight passages from tho
Illble lOkBhow that "tho central cli
matic point of tho grawo sporlen nst
"f thn Itpck mountains',' Is In-Cullahan
county, Texas.i i'lH
Kord runnbout 1908 Model, In uso
oilly thrco months. Perfect, condi
tion. Tor demonstration apply
Hoynl Unwn. Oarage. '4200-lw
On load to Pull, fox terrier, blaclr
spot on eo and car. Answers to
name, of "1'iippj." Howard on 10-
, tuin.to-Art Theater. 1200-tt
Piano taught by experienced teacher
In 6 months; $3 mouth (8 leixons)
Special attention Riven to adult be
Kilmers Address "Teacher," this
B0M0LDLD. Jan. 5. 10(9
I -. jr bTCK..
Brewer A Co
Rwa fl.n1tlrn Co ...
I lwllti A lci O. ..
1lwCnm ft Sm Co ..
Monomu Sujtar Co i.
Honokaa SuiEar Co, ,
llnlku Siif Co i...
Ilntclilwin Sujir Plant.
Kahuttu I'lmmllou ci.
kekahaSnif Co ...
Kolo Sugar Co .....
MrnryleSuRr Co ...
niiotneaSueat Co .y.
Onkol. Sugar I'Unl Co
llnriu Co... ......
Paatian tntrar l-l.nl Cn
i m chip
7 'I IW
P.I. Pl.nl. lira, fo
Ptpeekeo Snaar Cn...
W lalua Atrl-Co
Wriiuku Stipai Co ....
Walmea Sub. r Mill Cn
I II J
liter UUnrt sicumNCo
Hawaiian K ironic Co
Hon ft r ft. L Loire!
Hon Rl .VI. Co Com
Mntual Telephft Co
Oahu R c I. Cu.i i...
lion n ft M Co !...,..
Hawaiian Pintail le Co
DON OS ,
llawTtr ,V PC
Haw Ter 4fo uc...
ItiwTer )v pc.i,...
I C.Bt(Sik WlCofpc
n.iau -Miipir loi nc
Ham. Dllch Lo ,
Uvotr lllcli (a
H aw Com St Snu Co f K
Haw Suaar Co ft n c...
Hllo R KCo Con 6 PC
Honakaa 5uTirco fnc
Oahu R ft I, Co 6 ', c ,.
OahiHtiiKarco ipe .
I'ac. Sue Mill Co.
iaa uaar -n ope
Pioneer Mill Co In'c
Hoards: 20 Uua,
26.30; 25 Ewn,
pa, 2 1-2
fORT AND MEHChMia." 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCMANQE 4,
NEW - TODAY
PUOPOSAI rOR PRINTIKa. qt
flee of Depot nnd Constructing Quur
terninstcr, Honolulu, II. T., Jan. 4th,
1909. Sealed proposals, In triplicate,
will he recched until 10 n. in. Janu
ary 11, 1909, nnd then opened, for
miscellaneous printing, ruling, and
furnishing the paper nnd cardboard
for same, necessary at Honolulu, II.
T during tho period, beginning Jan
uary 15, 1909, nnd ending Juno 30,
1909. Tor further Information ap
ply to the, office of the undersigned.
M. N. T.AM.S, Ciipt. & Qunrtcrmns
ter, U. S. A Depot and Constructing
4200 Jnn. C, 6, 7, 8, 9,
IN TII1J CIRCUIT COURT OP TIIU
l'lrst Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Ilawull, At Chambers; In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of Kllse
B. V. Neumann, Deceased. Notice to
Creditors. Notice Is hereby given
that Hermann Kocke and Inez Sophia
Stnchahle, both of tho City nnd Coun
ty or Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
hae been appointed Executor and
Executrix respectively of tho cBtato
ot Eliso H. V. Neumann, late of said
All persons having any ilnlms
against the said estate uro hereby
notified to present tho samo duly Au
thenticated and with tho proper
vouchors, If any exist, eyen though
the said claims arc secured by mortt
gage upon real estate, to tho under
signed, Hermann Kocke, at his office
co Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd., King and
Iluthel .(reels, said Honolulu, within
six months from the date hereof
(which is tho date ot the first nubli-
cation of this notice), otherwise such
claims. It nny, shall be forever bar-
Ami nil iinrsnnu ln,tMi,A,1 In IIia
said estate nro hereby notified to
in like payment to tho said Hermann
I'ocko jit t'io above address.
Dated nt Honolulu, T. II., January
INEZ SOPHIA 8TACJCA1LE,
Executor nnd Executrix of tho
Estate or Ellse S. V. Neu
Holmes' & Stanley, Attornejs foi
Executor and Executrix.
4200 Jnn. 5,-12, in, 26; Keb. 2.
V II. Eadle, a San liornardlno cigar
mpichant ends life wiillo hunting,
nr;iinlzitlon to nid phell flnlicrles
Is planned b Eastern Statei.
Detain of killing of Annls told in
tilul of T, Jenlitua Halus.
J iLKhVL4flVf4sfo ' '
Hirt Schaffner & MaW
aVT' Christmas, brought into most
homes a lot of new things that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
Ttn good auto hacks. Phono C,
J Charles Green n well known bus
iness man, left today for Hllo.
J. V. Wadman and friend Balled to
day for Maul to he gone n wcek.v
Enter your favorite birds and have
them scored for honors and prizes.
Dr; J. II Rnjinond ot Wnlluku
booked to suit In the Mauna Kea to
Commercial Ratings. Merc. Refer
ence Agcy., 39 Young llldg. Phoas
- Oo to "The Royal Annex."
A. C Wall of this city was among
the departing passengers todny in tho
Mniinn Ken. ,
Intcr-lslnnd and O. R. & I- shipping
looks for salo at tho Bulletin
office. CO each.
Speaker Holslcln will contest the
scat of David K. Halter of Hawaii In
' Bojs' ucralla and rompers, unex
celled in alne nt lllom's. Opposite
F. W. Pease of the Treasury Depart,
ment will sail today for Mo'oknl nn
'Ride In tho bwell Sludcuiker driven
by tho oxpert chaffour, M. T. L'utr.
Phono 191. Royal Hawaiian Oarngo.
" Chas. K. Notlcy returned to hl
home at Hnmakua. Hawaii, 1oday. He
tailed In the Mauna Kea nt noun.
On Installments of $3 per month you
enn purchaso a While Family Rotary
sewing mnchl.io. Denny & Co.. Ltd.,
agents. 1266 Kort St. Phono 488.
Mcmbors ot tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their duos to
tho financial sccrctnry at Evening
Bulletin any diy between 12 and 1
Acting tlncrnnr Mott-Smlth Is
npcndlng Ills ulghls at his country
placo on the other sldo ot Diamond
Sntn Kuco, County Attorney of
Kauai will leave for his home nt Kauai
this afternoon Ills sou will go along
with hi in.
R. C. Drown, Immigration Inspector,
l.rcomp.uilcd h) his staff, will go lo
Kauai today, sailing In tho stcimer
W. O. Hull.
Kred and Albert Waterhouso will be
among thu passengers going to Kauai
this afternoon In tho Hall. They go on
business, returning on Sunday,
W. R. I'arrlni;tiin, editor of tho II u 1
' ctln, left on the Miumu Ken tlila
inornlng for Maul. Ho will return by
tho Clnudlno Thursday morning.
Tho will of Mrs Ellso V. Nouiunun
has licin ndmllted to probato nnd let
cr testnmciitary have been Issued to
lkriiian Kocke and Inez S. tjtackulde.
The Hoard of Liquor Commissioners
granted tho application or J. 1'. Medo
rlos nml S. Osakl to havu their liquor
licenses changed from retail to whole
sale Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
Lieutenant Colonel Cojne, N. O. II
tins Issued an order calling for n full
turnout of tho National fluanl for res
Imcutnl drill on Wednesday opening nt
nlshop Rcstailck had a cablo yester
day sajlng that there was n decided
impfoemcnt la tlio condition of his
ron Arthur, w ho ya HI of pneumonia
nt Concord, Mass
Reis & Qumn ore, now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
109 Short runs 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5,00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Superintendent Dabbltt of tho Hoard
of Ediirntlou is at work on his prlntol
leport of the doings of that depar'
ment for tho past jear. This will bo
presented to the Governor.
The New Yiar's meeting of tho Wo
man's Donid of MIsbIoiis will bu hold
this afternoon In Central Union
church, Tho main topic, "Philanthrope
le Missions," IS In chargo of Mrs Ed
gar Wood, chairman "Cunont Events
In Arrlca" will form one number The
Aluorn Society will tell of their do
Inss. Tho special collection for thu
Rttmabal fund will bo taken.
We'll agree to do, for you the
best job of persorial decor atL
ing you ever had done if
you'll come here next time you need clothes. We'll hang
Hart Schaffner & Marx
FINE CLOTHES ON YOU.
If you want to Rive some man a present he'll likelook
at some of our good.thincs to wear. Neckwear of nil kinds;
gloves; hosiery; fine shirts; Rood underwear; canes; um
brellas; jewelry; the n'.acc to buy a man's things is where
he buys them himself.
Wo' II put you on to the right
thing from 25 cents up to JfiO.
This store is the home of
HABT CCHAFFNEB & MARX CLOTHES
oilva s 1 oggery,
ELKS' BUI LD1N0, KINO ST. near FORT.
Tungsten Lamps arc Superior
Brilliancy, Qdality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores and show windows
where- it is desirable to give the true color values.
The first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian 'Electric Company, Ltd.
resolutions and anchor the new with some of the soda wa
ter thafyou know is PURE.' '
Consolidated Soda' Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. IEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Monopolc Red Top-Champagne'
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE 'of the Arc.
OLD GOVERNMENTPLANTATION CIOARS.
Only t'he very best of PORTO'RICAN" TOBACCO used in the
manufacture of the cigars. All sizes and colors.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
. SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
109 KING STREET TELEPHONE 210.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will. soon be on. You should have your, grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. We have earth filling for, sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 800
P. M. Pond. C'onJvafetor
0a MONDAY, JANUARY, 11TH, WE SHALL BEGIN A W v, ,
O MONSTER REMNiANX SALE to CLEAR 0,
tffc. TIP tlm RtrnTtT TT.MflTHR anil nnn THTS tofnr. .., AM. tV .'
g ' NUAL STOCK-TAKING.
8 COTTON DRESS,
ft Many Dress Lengths in
ii tistes, Madras, Etc., which
ft ., REMNANTS OP SILKS.
ft SILK MULLS, at LOWEST. PRICES1 ft
ft. HOSIERY Many
ft " goods, which will go very
LADIES' KID GLOVES,
?, i VESTS, LACES, anl
fsMiftlllfet " -' -friil il.risyiVtiriliy'MtsMiH
. t vvlH
AT Ei'LF-fSIC'EI tii
Organdies, Lawns, Muslins, Ba- ft
will be sold at about half-price, ft
EMBROIDERED CHUTONsJ ft!
Brokn Lines of SOc. 65c. andvV5o.l O
, CORSETS, and UNDER
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