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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOUJLU, T. II.. THtmSDAY, JAN. 14. 1905.
Hnc't something Different from what you generally see
n a lire of shoes, howsver large the stock
A High-Gradc Wolt Street Shoe, made of Patent Colt
Stoih ; a shoe that is oit of the ordinary in street refine
ment. Ash to sec it nt the
MdNERNY SHOE STORE
M.R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1142 Fort Street
Honolulu Construction end Graying Go,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 1S4.
Tort St., Opp. W. a. Irwin & r Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alto deal in Crushed 'flock, White and
Rliifk Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc SAFE MOVING- A SPF
aKMnaW fi'ja '.
maavn w irii m
Good Folks TaKe
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Faint Shop. 134 Kin St
CUBA SUGAR CROP
Eastern Expert Discusses
Tlie moat oxKct Information that can
liu obtained (in the Citlian Bligar Crop Is
contained In the following from a lead
Ims HiiKiir man In tlio most Intlmato
ttmcli with the market conditions In
the Hnst ninl Cuba. .
In their hut circular, Czarnlknw,
Mncdougall . Co, s.i) ,
"Wo have Just received a calilo
from Cuba intimating that Messrs.
(Iiiinn-Mcjer estimate the crup of
.908 9 nt 1,397,500 tons."
Aa n matter of fart (lumn-MoJcr es
timate nothing uf tho sort They say
Hint llicy estimate tliero Is CANE
enough to jiroiliico that much sugar.
l.nst Jear Is tho only year that we re
hicmlier when (liimn.McJer estimated
Iho amount or SUClAIt that Cuba was
going to produce. As the crop was no
teiy hliort It was n prnctlcnl certain
ty that all tho cano In the Inland would
lio harveslei. Tlielr Iniit i car's oatl
inato was l.lGS.OuO Ions, which proved
to bo 17 '.4 per csnt too high. In 1306-7
their preliminary estimate reads "Cano
enough to produco 1,600,000 tons."
N'nlw IlliBlauillriR the fact Hint this crop
commenced very enrly. that weather
conditions wore unprecedcntly fat or
ublo for harvesting and that all thu
lane In thu Inland wuh Kroiunl, they
were 7.1,000 tons too high. In 1905 d
their estimate was "Cane enough to
produce 1.400.000 tons." The actual
outturn was only 1,179,000 tons, or
about K! jer cent less. During 1905 G
weather conditions were abnormally
bad for hartcstlng. Tho estltnateil
ijuantlly o'f cano In the island Is tho
rminu this )e.ir ns It was thrco years
ni;i), o It w bo reasonable, to suy
that the crop should exceed tho fig
iTi'K of Hint ear, I. t 1,179.000 tons,
As (liiiun-MeJcr neter were known to
make an under-cstlinnto, tlielr flguro
of l,3!)7,CO0 tons can bo regarded ns
tl,e ubsoluto maximum Uctween these
two figures the actual outturn of the
Cuban crop will tery likely be. It all
ilcremls on what kind of weather they
hp.to between now uud the nilildlo of
.lone, mid there Is no use trjliig in
GREAT- IS HONOLULU
(Continued from Faze 1)
You nre having u very natural
giowth and there nre not the first
signs of -what )ou might cnll a boom
of tho old-fashioned stylo.
"I am hero with my family nnd
shall remain In tho city n week be
fore going to the other Islands on u
trip that combines business and picas
urc. Wo did not have a very smooth
trip down, but It was not the fault of
the steamer. The weather was
rough throughout the trip, hut we
had u good time Just tho same.
"Honolulu Is nil right. It will ba
a great city beforo you know it. Tho
securities of Hawaii are high class
mid stand on that let el In every mar
ket My partner, Mr. Polllti. Bends
his regards to his many friends In tho
city Ho thinks Just ns I do about
these Islands. You will find outsid
ers bujlng In this market. They uro
doing It now."
Tho Inter-Island steamer Clamliuc
which arrived early this morning from
Maul and Hawaii ports, brought tho
following cargo: One roller, 59 sacks
of hones, 20 hogs, 30 packages of
empty bottles and 1 lti packuges of sun
BULLETIN Ar3 PAY
NEW - TO-DAY
proposals von pmktinci. of-
flco of Depot and Constructing Qunr
tci master, Honolulu, II. T Jan. 14,
1909 Healed proposals. In triplicate,
Will be lecelved until 10 n. in. Jiiiiu-
ary 30. 1909, anil then opened, for
miscellaneous printing, ruling, and
furnishing the paper and cardboard
for same, necessary at Honolulu. II.
T, dining tho period beginning Eeli.
1st and ending Juno 30, 1909, Tor
fin titer Information apply to the. of
file of the linderslcned M. N'. Palls.
Copt. & Quartermaster, U. S. Army,
Depot . Constructing Qunitcrmnster.
ILiOS Jan. II, 15. 10. Ik. 28. 29.
At the Annual Meeting of the Soo
Dal Do lleuetolunt Society, held nt
tint Society's hall Wednesday, Dec.
9th, 1908, tho following oukers wore
elected to serto for tho ensuing ear:
Luke Chan President
Chee Quon Vice Preiirient
Sin For Chinese Secretary
Tam Gam Toe. . .Asst. Chinese Secty.
Fine; Yin Chan English Secty.
Chine; Lai Asst. English Secty,
Yira Lun Dai Treasurer
En Jen Kwong Asst. Treasurer
bin Lum iat Auditor l
Yan Wai Cheu . . . Asst. Auditor
Yin Ncook Cho . . . . . Accountant
Yim Qun Kwong. Asst. Accountant
HNti YIP CHAN,
i:'08-3t Eug. Secretary.
VOMLULU SWGK EXCHANGE
BONQLDLP, Jan.14. 19C9
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: Orrvx-r k Co ..-
IMvilatloo Co ....
Haw Tom fc Sujc Co
Ilonomii MiKar Co .i.
llonoaaa sugar Co , ..
Ilulclil.on Sugar Plant.
Kat-nloi rfii.atlnii c
Krlcalia Suit o- ...
klpahulu Suar C.
Kuloa Sutar Co ..,..
McrrydeSuit-ir Co ....
Oalia Suaar Co. .
Olii.n,c Sugar t'o ...t
Ookola !iii,af Plant Co
Olaa Sucar Co Uil ....
Ulowalii Co m
Paaliau Sugar PUnt Co
Pacini Sui-r; Villi . ...
Pala rlamalioii Co ....
Pritkto Suear Co....
Pin. r Mill Co.. ..,..
Wat uku fagar Co ....
Itittr Ulan I Sraro N Co
Hon K Tit I. Co Com
Minna! Tltllioif Co
N.lnku RJ,(r Co.,
Vahiku Bul.Wr Co.A.i
lion II ft M Co- . ...
Hawaiian IMnanptc Co,
MawTrr ti c
HawTr4S l'C .
Haw Tcr ) e(
Haw (hivi tpc .....
rla kunrarl 06111
Ham Pilch in ,
In I Iwi
Ik I e,
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li Tl ,.wm.
I u ... l ai
H An l"J
Haw Com A Suj(Coc
Haw-uitar Coo pr ,
IIUoRKCi ':., re
HoiuVaa Suiarco Cpc
k'ahuku l am Co 4 u c.
Ualiu K ft I. Co 6 :..
Oalm Siijiar Co jpc,
Claa Suar Co 6 p c. .
Pat- Suic Mill Co. It
Pala Plaiilallon Ci
Piofinr Mill Co ,n, ..
Walalua rfl. -
Sales lletw ecu Hoards lo Oabu
Hug. Co, J2S.no; 70 Honokaa, $14.00:
10 Onliu Hug. Co., $28.50: 50 Illlo It. H
$14; 25 l'naiihnu, $20.60; 200 l'aauhau,
$20; 60 Haw. C. & S. Co, $101 50; 125
Mcllrydo, $3.C2',4. Session- 100 Oahu
Hug. Co., $28 6214; 20 Oahu Sug Co.
$28 0214; 5 Ookaln, $13; 2o fitvu.
$27.3714; 15 Olaa, 4.75.
Latest sugar quotation 3.75 cents or
$75 per ton.
Sugar 3 75-Dents
Beets, 10s 2 !-4d
Henry Wateriiouso Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond- Depattmani
Membsrt Honolulu StocK and Bond
Kril AND MERCHANT 8T8.
Kahului Harbor Survey
Matters Is Again
Ono of tho most lmportnnt matters
brought to thu attention of tho trus
ties of tho Chamber of Commerce, at
i meeting )cstcrday afternoon, whs ii
petition, signed by the llrnia of Alex
ander & Ilaldwlii, Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar Company, C. IlreWer &
Company, Hutenkala Hunch and oth
ers, asking that tho harbor of Kuhu
lul be smtcH'd, deepened and lin
proted for tho benefit of tho shipping.
In order to meet tho necessary require
ments, It was decided to request thu
Delcgato to Congress to uso his best
titoit to neciiru an appropilatlon for
A report from tho Committee, on
Harbors and Transportation was pre
sented, stating that the rcmotal of
tho marine railway from tho present
situ wouhl lutolvo great expense, as It
held vested rights. Tho commttteo,
therefore, recommended that it bu left
as It Is.
Tho same committee recommended
(hat tho Delegate bu nsked to secure
rom Congress $500,000, for continuing
tho work of Improving tho harbor of
A nulnbor of communications frain
various hOurces wero read. Ono of
those was from Piculilent-elecl Taft
rckuowledglng the 'ucelpt of enngrnt
illations Bent him by I'resldept .Mor
gan of the Chamber of Commerce.
Morgan announced tho appointment
of Iho l'carl Haibor celebration com
mittee for 1912. Ho fiuther unnounced
that W, II Hoogs had siicceeirl-d W
K. Hrown as n member of Iho Promo
Mr. Spalding though he had a kick
coming against iho press for not, ns ho
claimed, hating madn correct reports
pf the proceedings of former meetings.
Ho said that they should be moro care
ful In tho future.
Present nt tho meeting, l sides Pres
ident Morgan und Sicretaiy Wood
wfro J, K. Hackftld, 1 M. Swanzy, K.
K. Paxton, E, I. Spalding and Itlchard
A (hlld of 2 tears was killed liv a
criidli of Christmas shoppers in a I
btoie at SI, Joseph, Mo,
Soft Felt and
The man who sayj, "I want a K N 0 X t," shows
that he knows what good form nnd good taste require in a
Knox Hats are the standard everywhere; the
standard in style, makj, nnd wearinR quality. Let us shoy
you a Knox whe you need a hat
Elks' Bid., King
LGQL iNII liCNEKil
SV Christmas brought into most
homes a lot of new things that will
riitnlarp thn old. Tt n Bulletin
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
SU H UBAHinsa,j -QGZ 'U"M
CoiiiiiH-iclal lutings, Merc. Ilcfer
onto Agey., 39 Young Illdg. Phone
Miss Klhcl Smith, who has been lis
King on Maul, Is thread ned with ty-
Inter IsUnd and O. It. & I., shipping
looks for sale at tho II u lie tin
ofllde, 50 each.
If jou are looking for nny of jour
friends go to thu "Two Jacks" aud
jou'll find thorn.
Oo to "The Boynl Annex."
All Kiiltr) fuuclerM should uttend
tho lecture to be glten ut the Pouttr)
chow this otetilng. r
Hldo in the swell Stiidcoakcr driven
by tho expert chaffeur, M. T, I.utz.
Phono 191. Hoynl Hawaiian Oarage.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their dues to
tho financial secretary at Etcnlng
Uulletln nny dny between 12 nnd 1.
Tliero will bo a meeting of the Wul
alac, Kalmukl and Palolo lmprotu
n.ent club at Iho residence of A, I'.
Cooke, nt 8 o'clock this evening,
Miss Marlon Dell, who has been III
since Christinas, was successfully o
crated upon for upiiondlcllls on Mon
day, Janunry 11, at thu queen's hos
pital. It Is reported that un association
made up of some of tho principal
ranchers of thu Islands, Is trying to
I uy (ho Mclropolllnn and other meat
I.. S. C'onness, who recoiled (he
netiB of his fathers death the other
day, will leatu for the East on tho Chi
yo Muru tomorrow, lie will return In
about threu months.
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
A letter addressed "MUs Cromwell,
caru of Hon Sam Damon, Ooicrnor,
frindiilch Islands, Pacific Ocean, via
Vnncouter," Is awaiting n claimant In
the tJotcruor's office. No ono there
knows of anyone by that naino. Tlio
lottor was sent from New York.
Tho picture of Dr. W. J. Hoodlum,
resident physician at Knlaupapa, Is
given In n recent San Kranclscn Chron
Icto In connection with tho noivs of
his upixilutment by President Itooso
iclt ns one of tho American delegates
to tho Ilergeu, Norway, Leprosy Con
Daniel llogan, n deserter from Kurt
Shatter, who baa been missing fioiii
lollcall since December C, was iiriest-
Pd last night by Assistant Chief of Do
teethes Medelros. llogan has been
working at I.ullehua since his descr.
Mon, helping In gutting the new camp
leady for the civnlrj men. A reward
of $50 for his return to tho Kahnulkl
post had been offered. '
COMEDY SKETCH FOR
At the close of tlio entertainment
next Satuiday night for the beneflt of
tho Italian Itellef I'll nil there will be
n short, snappy comedy sketch by
talented members of tho Dramatic
Circle of the Kllnhuna Art League
"Mrs. Oakley's Telephone" is Inter.
cstlng all tho way tluough, with a
gcod laugh In ovory lino Tho part
of Mrs. Oakley, a flto months' bride.
la taken by Mlsi Whltford with al
most professional ability; Miss Mar
lon Orcen Is very natural and con
vincing ns Constance, who Is In loto
with tho best 'man, nnd Mrs. Mont
rose Uraliam, as Kmnia. Is clinrmluir.
Miss Springs does exceptionally well
as Mary, tho cook, who gets things
and people mixed, though she has
been able to attend only two rcseura-
ills on account of Illness.
Tho management requests all who
have tickets for Ealo to turn In ilm
money nnd unsold tickets not later
than Saturday at noon ut tho Ilorc
slrom Music Co., Ltd,
St., near Fort
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They ore specially adapted to stores nnd show windows
where it is desirable to give tho true color values.
The first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company. Ltd.
As a Beverage
Soda Water is quite the most refreshing thine; we know of.
It fills one with delight nnd 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, , i a , J.i
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
0. S. LEITHEAD. Manager. ' PHONE 71.
TABLEWARE TUMBLERS: Water, Lemonade, Claret. Rhinewine,
Beer, Punch, Cocktail, Wltisksy, .Highball, Icc-Tca, Egg-nogg.
COMPORTS, WATER BOTTLES. CHEAPEST GLASSWARE in Honolulu.
1CD King St. THE CROCKERY EMPORIUM. Telephone 210.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon bo on. You should have your grounds
filled in before the winter rains net in. We have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 800
P. M. Pond. Contractor
All Silk, and of superior
white, and colors, at
Fine French Serge
.In cream and black; 4 5
Of Superior Quality.
An UD-to-dnte linj of
and SHIRTINGS. In stripes,
New Curtain Swiss
White and in colors.
auality; 10 in. wide, in black, 49
65c per janl. -
inches wide, at $1.50 a jaid. Makes 49
WHITE MADRAS WAISTINGS 49
plaids, and figures, all new. (ft