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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H.. MONDAY, JAN. 11, 1909,
Here's (something Different from what you generally sec
In a line of shoes, however large tlie stock
A High-Grade Welt Street Shoe, made of Patent Colt
Stock; n shoe that is oit of the ordinary in street refine
ment. Ask to sec it at the
MdNERNY SHOE STORE
What is mon acceptable than a picture proper
WATCH G'W.I'Fey'S WINDOW
KODAK aOODS :: DEVELOPING ::
:: AND PRINTING:.
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
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Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. '
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 3 Irwin & f Ltd.
We do all kinds of Taminq; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Corel, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPF
CIALPx, " '
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shoo
134 King St
Willed & dray's estimate for the
Cuban sugar crop for 1969 In ,250
000 tons, The. crop for i08 was
afil, 958 tons nml for 1907, 1,4 27,073
: SUGAR :
WJlllett & tlray'B8ugar Journal for
Dec. 23 leports on lie raw sugar
market ns follows:
V1SIIILK BUI'PLY. Total stock
of Hurope nnd America, 3,318,072
tons, against 3,128.700 tons last ear
nt tliu same unoven dates. The In
crease of stock Is 189, .ICG tons,
against an increase of 189,882 tons
List week. Total stocks and nlloats
together bIiow n visible supply of
3,331,072 tons, against 3,inr,,706
tons Inst year, or an Increase of 378,
ItAWS. The week under review
has been one of waiting and antici
pation In reference to the outcome
of the selling of the enrly deliveries
of tho Cuban crop. Tho selling this
week has been on nn easier tenden
cy to the market. A qu(te consider
able quantity of Jnnunry shipment
was taken by refiners at 2 3-8c. c &
K., DC decree test, followed by small
wiles nt 2 ll-32c. for December and
,tnrly January shipment, and at the
rlosu business in' Jnnunry shipment
nt Sfi-lGu. c. ft f 90 test, equal to
3.C7l lindud, or IBc. below the par
Ity of rJuropcin beet sugar quota
tions. Transactions In I'orto Itlco
sug'ir hao been Btnall.
Our Cuba ruble gives 33 centrals
now working nnd tho first receipts
nt shipping pnrtH nro 3000 tons this
week. It was expected that Centrals
would show larger Increaso In start
ing up by the present tlnio, but the
ennu is utlll too green in some locall-
tlei to work profitably; after tho
Holidays, however, the number of
aitlvu Centrals will iurrease rnptdly.
Tho spot quotations for Centrifu
gals ikllned for thu week from 3.77c
'per pound to 3.70c. per pound, 90
ilegieu test, the tone nnd tendency nt
the closo being In faor of bu)crs.
Louisiana sugnis icmatn unchang
ed, basis of 3 9-lCc. for 9C degree
test at New Orleans; the crop Is
coming to nn end rapidly,
European markets lime continued
their small fluctuations In beet sugar,
closing nt 10s, 0 3-ld. for prompt
licet. P. O. Llcht'a crop estimate It
Increased 20,000 tons.
Receipts for week nt United States
'our Torts were small, and meltings
will be less next week on account of
holiday and closing of refineries for
annual cleaning up.
His only criticism.
8lmklns "Aro yqu partial to the
lato Bongs of the day?'
Tlmklns "I probably would bo if
tho girl next door didn't transform
them Into tho lato Bongs of tho night,"
A bright, capable woman with some
New and thoroughly furnished 'house
in Mano.i Is for rent for one or two
cars. Addreja "If.," llullotln of
fice. ' 4i05.tf
NEW - TO-DAY
January 16th; G9
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL
THREE ORCHESTRAS WILL GIVE
There Will be absoluirlv nn rv.
nense for talent or for the hall. Ev.
erv cent will go to the fund.
Exchange rickets now on sale .at
Eergstrom Musio Co. Reserved seats
on sale Wednesday, January 13, at
iu a, m.
50c, .and $l,0
'HON0L0L0. Jan.10. 19G9
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HutchlMM) Sur Plant
Klnuktf rnAiniiton i o
K'cknln Suf Co
KatoaSatorCo ... .
Ofthl Suitsr Co.. ,
Onoir,e Sngar Co
OoVoU Sucor Ptant Co
OU.Sor Co Lttl
Paahau Soar Pl.nl Co
Pala rianlallon Co
rrprtkfo Surar Co .
Wi ltluaxrlc Co .
WalmanaU) Safar Co
W.ImM Sorar Mill Co
tnttrOslaml Slram NCo
Moil KTft I, Co Com
Muluat Ttrj.ho'i Co
N.luku Rubber Co A.I
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Hon RAM Co... .
Hawaiian PI ranlc Co
ItawTcr a PC
HawTcr i pc
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Ham. Dllch Cn ,
Upir Pitch 6a
Haw Com A Sug Co s K
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tlonakaa Surar co tl ..
Hnu K T 111 Co i c .
Kanuau r.am una PC
Uabu R 4 L Co 6 y c
OaliuSitKarCo f pc
ptaa Suaar Co 6 p c
I'ac. Sur. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pionrtr Mill Oi tpc
Walalua gtkCo ape
Hales Ile,fw eon Hoards: Jio',000
Illlo It. It. Cs. 194; 100 Oahil Bug. Co.
$28.50. Session. 5 Pnauhnu, $20; 100
Olaa, $4.C2i4: 7 Ka, 127.37; 20 Bwa,
I27.37H; 10 i:a. 127.374! 8 i:wa.
J27.37V4; 7 Dwa.. 127.37; 6 Kv,a.
$27 37; 7 Ka, $27.37.
Latest tuaar nuotallnn .171 mntm
$74.60 per ton.
Sugar 3 73 Sents
Beets, 10s 1 i-2d
Henry WateiiDusa Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaijminl
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND1 MEKCHANT 8T8.
NEW - TO-DAY
GIVEN BY .THE
liewaiian Poultry Ass'n
National Guard Shooting
JANUARY 10, 10, 1009.
ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 10c.
Senator V. J. Coelho of MnuV.who
was present at the Hawaiian lunu
glvoil last Saturday afternoon nt tho
Kallhl Manual School, translated for
tho benefit of the guests present tho
song composed by Thomas Is'ahlwa
and dedicated to the transfer of tho
non-leprous children from tho leper
settlement to their new home In Ka
The song, sung by the boys, was so
pathetic that many were moved to
tears. Coelho, whose ability as a
Hawaiian translator la well known,
ut tho request of 'the guests read tho
composition In English. Coelho, In
his address to tho boys, afterwards
advised them to be obedient to their
teachers in older that they may1 be
come good citizens.'
' HER MOUTH'WAS CLOSED
Jack: Miss 1'encUy smarted to sqy
something About Impropriety of lijus
Ing the other evening, but she didn't
(liu-sh. Toni: V,vy ot7 Jack: 1J
cause ,1 ,tool(' tho Wrd' right out of
hT niouf,h. v
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Bulletin Business Office P hone 250.
Bulletin Editoria, Horn Jh,on: i8&,
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Soft Felt and Derby Hats
The man who sayi, "I want a JC N 0 X Hat," shows
that he" know what good form and good taste require in a
( man's heaiwear.
Knox Hats are the standard everywhere: the
s.tand'ard in style, ma,ke, and wcarinfr quality. Let us show
you a Knox whe i you need a hat . ' , -
Elks' Bid.. King
UT 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.
Trn rood imtolinckn. Phone C
Comnierclnl Ratings. Merc. Refer
enie Agcy., 39 Young Uldg. I'hontJ
Harmony Uidgo No. 3, I, O. O. R,
will meet In Odd Fellows hall at 7:30
Inter Island nnd O. It, & L. shipping
looks for saio at tho U u 1 1 u 1 1 n
office, CO each,
Itldo In tho swell Sturictmkcr drhon
by tho oxpert chaffeur. M. T, I.utz.
Phono 191. Hoy a I Hawaiian aarago.
W. A. Kinney, senior nttorney mid
adviser of Mayor Fern camo back
from Kauai jesterday In tho l.ll.cllke
Go to "The Royal Annex."
A, H. Hitchcock and W. C. Hitch
cock nero among the arrivals yester
day from Molokal. They camo down
In the Mlkahala.
Japaneso Consul General Uycno was
nniong thoso present at thu house
warming lunu at, the Kallhl Manual
school last Saturday afternoon.
On Installments of $3 por month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machlno. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1260 Fort Bt. Phono 488.
Mrs. h. M. Whltchouso and her sis
ter, Miss Hnrrlson, received tho sail
none pesterday of the death of their
uncle, M, V. Harrison, of Davenport,
Tho regular monthly .business meet
ing of thoOahu Young People's Union
will bo held In tho Christian chinch,
Monday uvenlng, January 11, at 7:30
John Hcrlngjs out of tho ofOco of
fish Inspector In Hill) 'and D. 8. I!ow
man has applied for tho position,
which Is under control of the Tcrrl
Ibrlal Board of Health.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
1 odtcs' Aid Society of thp lrut Moth
odUt church will bo held at Mrs. Ar
thur Coyno's, 1534 Magazlno strcot, on
Tuesday, January 12, at 2:30.
Over a score of men aro'at present
working on the construction of tho
new Masonic Temple building In Illlo,
and excellent progross is being made)
on tho reinforced concreto work on
the ground Moor.
Tho sevonth regular meeting of tho
Hawaiian Entomological Society was
held last Thursday In theTooma of tho
II. S. V. A. Experiment Station.
Messrs. Kotlnsk) and Kuhns Hpukc on
"Stray Ifotea on Cockroaches."
Tho widow of tho lato Judgo Boar
of this city, has nlod' a suit against
Henry Wlthoff for tho sum of $3561,
which sho ulleges Is tho Bhnie ifom
sod the Judge as ono of Wlthoff's at
torneys In tho rullerton damage suit.
A. Mr. .Martlnnrf, who was an ac
countant In Jllshop's bank some ten
or fifteen years ago, died In tho
Queen'B Hospital after an operation
Friday night. .Ho loft his entlru es
tate to tho proposed Children's hos
pital. Dr. J. W, Wadnian. superintendent
of tho Methodist .rnlssjqn, delivered a
jcrmon at tho Methodist church jih
tcrday morning ' on earthquakes, his
text bolng chosen from cts 10:20,
"Suddenly there was u great earth
quake" "The Royal Annex" sweU meals.
,Maniol Abrcu ltels, who" was. taken
suddenly 111 last Wednesday morning.
linH been romped to the liouao of hia
ili)iig,litor, Mrs. J, A. Franca, In Nuiianu
vnlley, Tho old gentlemen wns ory
sick Inst ovenlng, and thero aro plm
chances for his recovery.
Tho llrst Regiment, N. 0 !!.,
tinned out for regimental drill yester
day morning, and were Insjiected and
reviewed at Kaplolanl Park by Colonol
Zleglcr. Sergeant tivnna was present
ed with tho medal which ho won ns
t(ie best shot, In tho regrmeut.
William Rlngtr, of Puiinul, who had
been suffering from cancer of tho
tonguo for the past year, died at 12!3S
p. in, H'storday, His body la now at
SIImi'b undertaking parlors, from
which It will bo burled this afternoon.
Deceased leaves' a widow and three
St., near Fort
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy, Quality 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.
As a Beverage
Soda Wdtr is quite the most refreshing thing we know of.
It fills one with delight and enable those who indulge' feel
that there is something in life worth living for. We be
lieve ours is the best obtainable in Honolulu. It is always
fresh, sparkles like diamonds, and is properly flavored. Let
us have your orders. " . .," . a&t flUS
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE of the Age.
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS.
Only the very best of PORTO RICAN TOBACCO used in tbt
manufacture of the cigars. All sizes and colors.'
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
160 KING STREET TELEPHONE 246.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. You should have your ground
filled in before the winter rain. r In W Viawo arl, HUn , !
at REASONABLE PRICES.
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8 Begins Monday Morning
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