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Hcrc'o something Different from what you generally sec
in a line of slio:s, however large the stock
A High-Grade Welt Street Shoe, made of Patent Colt
Stock; a shop that is out of the ordiftary in street refine
ment, Ask to sec it at the
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Fine Jewelry, ,
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
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Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OTFIOE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kindj of Teaming; also deal in Crushrd Rock, White and
Black 3and, Broken Corel, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE M0V1NCJ A SIT
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It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shoo. , 134 King St
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Cznrnlkow-, Macdougall & Co, under
Unto of Dccimbcr 24, report on tlio
raw sugar markets as followe:
Our last report was dated 18th De
cember. OwlnR to tho holidays, this week's
report Is Issued one day In advance
Tlio rnw sugar market has had a
lurthor decline this week owing to n
rcnawal of pressure to sell Cubas.
Wlillo the mnjorlt) of tho produccnl
were holding for 2 376c. c. f., January
rhlpmcnt, a few sellers, finding thnt
no progress could bo mado at that
price, )lcldcd first ,03l23c, and flnallj
.l)C25c. In conutnuonco of theso sales
tho market quotation for Cubas Is re
uueed to 2 3125c. c. f , but at this price
thoro Is nothing pn offer, aptl jt Is
doubtful If bids thereat would result
In business, tho views of sellers gin
orally being 2 34c. to 2 37c. c. f. for
January or February shipment.
Tho amount of sugar obtained by re
finers at tho extrcmo decline Is estl
mated at from 160,000 bags to 200,000
bags. It Is thought that n liorllnn of
these may bo resales of. Cubas bought
by European operators last October
for January dclhory.
That prices should have touched
such a low point at a time when Cuba
has hardly begun its ciop, and when
Its output Is still uncertain, Is In part
attributable to t!e profit light re
(juli omenta of refiners owing to tho de
mand for tholr product being so small
that no less than four i: tha New York
refineries nro temporarily shut down,
while at same tlmo the wants of tlio
Now Orleans refiners uie being nriiply
met byf Louisiana sugars.
A marked proof of the low level of
prices In this market is that some
sales of United States granulated have
been made to Great Britain. In other
words, through being able to buy raw
sugars at Jar below the European par
ity, our refiners are In a position to
compete with refiners In the United
Kingdom, and the singular reiulte
arises that British consumers are In
directly getting part of the benefit of
the prefersntlal of .337c. granted to
Cuba, while Cuba Is getting none of It.
European beot markets have been
steady tho only chnugc for tho week
being u fractional ndvauce on the later
mouths. Today's f. u. b, quotations
are: December, 10s 0d.; January,
10s ; l'Jd.; January-itarch, JOs. 2J4J.;
May, 10s, 4Md.: August, 10s, OMd,
The- factories Issued n new estimate
this week. In which ihey credited con
entlon countries with a crop of 4.CU8,
OOOtons and gave all Europe 6,418,000
Tlio receipts for tho week at tho
tlireo Atlantic porta were C.09C tons.
Refined. I.lttlu Intorcst has boon
shown In refined sugnre during thb
past week, add this condition Is ex
pected to continue until after tho ho).
Idajs. Yesterday a general reduction
of 10 points, ta basis or 4 55c. less 1
per cent for granulated, was mado by
our local refiners, but this failed tu
Btlmulato tho (lamnnii. New Orlenns
prices, which last wcc stood nt 4 60c
for southern sections nml 4 85c. for
else where, nro now nt 4 B5c less 1 pfcr
cent for granulated for all sections.
We have Just received a cable from
Cuba IntlmntlnQ that Messrs. Guma
Mejer estimate the crop of 19C8 9 at
Receipts for pip wccV nt tho three
Atlantic ports, 0,080 tons. Meltings,
33,000 tons. '
RED CROSS STAMP
Tho waging of war against liibercu
losls by moans of tho lied Cross
Christmas stamp has taken hold or
mainland cities with :gor, sajs tho
San Kranelsco News Letter.
A fow weeks ago Wo stamp was first
mado known to this public nt ii gener
al meeting of tho ltcd Cross Socloty,
and slnco then considerable work 1ih
been accomplished In n quiet way. It
teems thnt 100,Q00 stamps nrrhed
from Washington, and woro Immedi
ately consumed by tliq promulgator
or tho cause, and by this tlmo huh
dreds of Christmas IctterB nml pnpk
ages have lrt tho city bearing tho
Ited Cross Insignia o: health.
Tho stamps cost ono penny, ani aro
rn adornment which nny .package
might bo proud to carry: additionally
t))f Indication Is great that thousands
are nt work In tho endeavor jto weed
out tuberculosis. Tho American Naf
llonnl Hod Cross Is behind 'tho move
ment, and this year oery 8ato rti tho
Union la nldlng In tho warfaro ror the
(llmlnotlon of tho terrlbjo dlscnso.Tha
clnmps havo already brought forth an
enormous sum, which s to bo iitlllted
frr dlspensarloB nnd nursea and for
tho education of tho peoplo In the mat'
ter of prevention.
Tho work Is In Its Infnncj, but hns
joined ground nnd attention. Tho
Christinas stamp, bowover, Is but the
forerunner of what Is to be accomp
lished. In this city h0 Association for tho
Study and I'nnentlon of Tuberuilosls
wll contlnuo tho onslaught without
cessation. It Is tn bo a permanent
fighting power against tho Inroads of
consumption. Within four months, tho
society Iihb gained nenrly lOQil mem
bers, mul has soorul,lfo membershlpi.
The Weekly Edition of, the Evening
Bulletin glyes a cpmplete summary of
the news of the day.
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HONOLULU, T. II , TUESDAY, JAN.
HONOLULU SJOGK EXCfltffiE
BONOLOLOt Jan.12, 199
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Z Btntr Co
8w PUiKtUon Co .r,
llftwaltan Artie. Cn
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llnnnmu SUBtr Co . T'jilJIJO
llonokat Sutjr Co . (Jnonio
Hutchlton Sor Plim nnijofo
Kuliuku PhniKllnti (.n Wtt Xt)
kViliSu Co- .. CMimi
KIPhle Mtu Co . ll (mi
Koiot Surr Co . . mom
OahtWir Co V'iUui
Oilrm.fl 5iii' Co , ,, ItXMnl
Ookolt autor Pom Co, Mil")
Ola Snrir Co Uil .. H'l
01owtuCo, , linn
rlia Snjtr rinnl Co Vmi nrj
PaclAcSmrnrMIII.. . 'i.,,
PJ ritnutlan Co , . !1mi
rtjutkw sdryr Co, 7 o run
rimrMI1C0. ...... 2,7
WilatasAsrlcCn ... U'oiihhp
WfliukaSiiaarCo ... l,V-)
WlmiuiloSur C-, t'lfti)
Walnut Sur Mill Cn i IXOH
liittr-liland Wfam NCo U-Vporra,
Hawaiian KitclrlcCo ''H"
Hon T fc I. Co I'rtl liifljoi
Hon R T a. L Co Com '"M"
Alulutl Takplionc Co I IV, "O)
Nahiku RabbrrCo Am ,
nahi, if a, i.r.. . irvoox)
lliloK K Co..... I."'M
Hon BUM Co.. . IIiidu
Hawaiian Plwawla Co ItUllli
Maw Ter 4 H ic... .
Haw Tr t1 pc
Ham Ditch Co
lla Surar Co n , c
HlloR KCo Con t nc
Honakaa Surir co. tt
HiwiRT ft l.C-. c
k'ahuku V ant Cn t n c
Oalitt R Si L Co fr c
Oahn Snjrar Co pc
Olaa Surar Oi 6 t c
I'ac- Sur Mill Co. 61
raia fiaiitauoii uo ...
Plonrer Mill Ci Ape..
Vvalalua arl-Co pc
Sales Between Hoards: 2000 Tlo
necr Cs, $105 25: 23 Kwa, I27.S7W: 7
O. It. ft L. Co, $120; 25 Honokaa,
fll60; 150 Oahu Sag Co., J2S'r,0; 60
Oahu Sug. Cn, (28 50. Sesilbn: 5
Haw. a & 8. $100, 5 Haw. Ol & S ,
$100; 18 Onhu Sng Co', $28 37J4; 15
Hwn, $27.37: 50 Oahu Sug. Co.
$28 50: 50 Wulalin, $80.
Latest sugar quotation 3.73 cents or
$74 CO per ton. i
Sugar 3 73 3ents
Beets, 10s I I-2d .
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Hnry Watemouss1 trust Ge.,
Stock and Bond Depaitnieni
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
Detached cottage, of two .rooms, one
loom furnished, rontenlont to cen
ter of town. Address1 "T. if.,'"
llulictln. , , . 4200-31
NEW - TO-DAY
in Tin: cinciiiT couut or tiii:
Klrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In probate. In tho Max
tor of the UBtlile of Robert William
Martliiorr, Into of Honolulu. Oahu,
deceased, testate. Order of Notlco
of Hearing Petition for Probate, of
Will. A document purporting to bo
tho last will nnd testament' of Robert
William Martlnoff, deceased, having
on tha 11th day of January. A. D.
1909, been presented to said Probata
Court, and n petition for probnlo
thereof, prating for the Issuance of
letters testamentary to Charles lpn
having been filed by the said Charles
Bon, It Is ordered that Monday, tho
tnth day of robruary, A. D. 1909.
nt 10 o'clock 11. in. of said day. nt
tho court room of said court nt AIM-
olanl llnle, In said Honolulu, bo. and
the sanio Is hereby nppolntcjl tho
time and plnco for proving said will
and hearing said application., it Is
further ordered, That notice thereof
I o given, by publication once n -week
for three successive weeks In tho
Evening llulictln, a nowspaper pub
lished In Honolulu, tho Inst publica
tion, to be, not less than ten diys pre
vious tp tpe time therein appointed
Dated nt Honolulu, Jnntiary 11th,
1909. , ,
, , W. J,'.ROMN,BON.
Third Judgo ol the C.lreult Court
of tho Tlrst Circuit.
M. T. SIMONTON,
4200 Jan 12, 19f'2fi; Feb. 2.
MRS. DUNN'S HAT SHOP
185 editorial rooms 25J busl
ness office, These are tho telephone
numbers of tho Bulletin 'office,
$jf BULLETIN ADS PAY
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Soft Felt and Derby Hats
The.raanty6ay, "Iwttnta KNOX Hat," shows
that he knows wW good form And good taste require in a
Knox Hatt are the standard everywhere; the
standard in style, make, and wcaringquallty. let us show
ou a Knox who i you need a hit . '
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Elks' Bid)Mi King
L0C1L AND iENEIlL
9sF" Christmas brought into . most
homes a lot of new thing! that .will
dlsnlaco the old. let a Bulletin
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
'fill TO 'UBAmnS'H '06? 8U1I
MUiimurclal Ratings. More. HoTer
enco Agcy., 39 Young Illilg. 1'hone
Inter Island nnd O. R. ft L. shipping
looks for snlo at tho Dill Ic tin
omco, 50 each.
During tho Cocriior's absence this
time, Acting Governor Mott-Smllh
cabled to him exactly twenty times.
Rldo In tho swell Studcnakcr'ilrlcnl
by tho expert chaffcur, M. T. Lutr
Phono 191. Ronl Hawaiian Oarngc.
Tho Federal flrand Jury has been
called to meet tomorrow morning nt 10
o'clock. It Is probab'.c that a partial
reKrt will bo made
Oo to "The Royal 'Annex."
The new lot ownem Qf Alewa
HHghts uro requested to mect,wlth tho
residents thla evening n( tho homo of
Prank Crcedon, nt 7:30.
,11. 1: Kclsoy, for somo cnrs with
Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd, Illlo, govs tu
Kiiknlau today to take tho manage
ment of the plantation storu there.
Governor Krbnr Is urging the mili
tary authorities thnt the local mer
chants bo given nn opportunity to bid
on bIiMIch (or the various arpiy posts.
Acting Oov'crnor Mott Smith has
been working! on amendments to tho
election laws ol late. When complet
ed, he will glo them out for general
(lovornor Krcar spent his Chrlstmns
with Attorney General Hcmenwny, nt
the old homo of the latter In Vermont
llcmenwu Is returning' with tho Gov
orno! on tlio Siberia. , .
Re is & Qtnun are now looated at
the Young Hotel 'Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs 50c and $l00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates (or
shopping and calling, ' "
I,. Turner, manager of tho Pacific
Doolopmciit Co, in Puna, wl)0 hns
bevii In town for u few das, returned
to Hawaii today, taking with him Mrs.
Turner nnd their nungest child.
The'Torrliorlnl nuthorllles will not
prewi for the return; of u largo tract
of tho Lellchua I'oderu'l reservation,
as was at first contemplated. Much
of this land Is now planted In pine
apples. , Tho Aloha Cooperative Company will
hold a meeting uoxt Friday night,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. In I ho
Knhllinutanl Hall, on Kukul street.'
All those. Interested in thu.welfaro p(
the company aro urgently rcquobtcd to
Do present. .
It has been found tint Wnlalua has
owrdrawn Its road appropriation for
December by $800 and Honolulu lis
fund by $000 for December, (lieio be
ing thus a balance ot ojily about $12,
000 Instead of $18,000 leU.lii the Coun
ty treasury, a fact which will throw
out preBont calculations, as tho appro
priation bill has.bocn basod on the
larger amount. , i
"The Royal Annex" swell 'meals.
i Ilrnuiicn Nahoino, a 8yranwho nr
i ltcd a fow weeks ago and opened a
trull store on tho corner or Reretaiila
and Alakea streets,! lias loft in tho
Makurn, leaving behind a jot ofcrcd
Itors, among thom',bPlng May ACo,
.hom ho owes tor poods, Dr. McOrow,
whom Ho owes for "rent, and his Chin
ceo assistant. Nnhomo's gamu was to
get goods on credit, which ho secured
with the usual ease of tho total Strang
i.r In this tow n,iand selling then) be
lgw; cgst In order to get quick Returns
Puller pirtlciitnrs wero received by n
iceent mall regarding the'new pastor
for tlio First McthodlHl Kplscnpal
thmcli to arrho with lilsllop Chas. W,
Omltli, I) I). Hr, Jones of Collego avo
ulie, Indianapolis, was chosen, and Is
now under way, Ho Is a grailualo of
tho 8tato ynUcfsIti Ho is 38 years
of age, Is married, with no children.
Tho parti' will arr(yo op tho Man
churla, January 29, and l)io lllshop will
preach In tlio Mi'tho)lBt ijiurrli on tho
Siinday morning following, nnd Dr
Jones in the otenlng. Until then .Mr
Wadman plans in occup the pulpit nt j
tho regular ben Ices.
, 1 J- J-'-lU ,T
St., near Tort
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 ot is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company. Ltd.
As a Bevbrage.
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Soda Water is quite the moit refreshing thing we know of.
It fills one with delight and, enables 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. , , . j ,1 u
Consolidated Soda .Water Works Co.; Lid.
Q. S. LEITHEAD. Manager.
Most delicious CHAMPAGNE of the Age.
OID GOVERNMENT PLANTATION t0iaARS. "
. Only the very best of PORTO RICAN TOBACCO used in the
manufacture of the cigars, All siies and colors,.
. Lewis & Go., Ltd.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
W JUNG STREET " " TELEPHONE 240.
Filling and Grading,,
The wet weather will soon be on. Yimshould have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains set in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. , PHONE 800
P ML Pond. Contractor
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I January 11th i
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