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EVENING nULI.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., ntlDAY, AUQUST 27, 1909.
Just tho thing for Ladies' Biding Skirts.
Regular Price 30c a yd. Sale Price 25c a yd.
Bcgulnr Price 50c a yd . Sale Price 40c a yd.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
A sample line, Only one of a kind. Size 30, Made
of the finest material. and beautifully trimmed.
Regular Price $2.00. Sale Price $1.40
Regular Price 2.25. Sale Price 1.75
Regular Pries 2.50 Sale Price 1.00
Regular Prico 2.75 Sale Price 2.00
Bcgular Price 3.25 Sale Price 2.60
Regular Prico 5.76 Sale Price 4.00
Regular Price 0.50 Sale Price 4.25
Regular Price 7.00 Sale Price 5.50
Regular Price 7.50 Sale Price 5,75
Ladies' 2-Button Kid Gloves
Black, White, Tan, Gray and Brown.
Regular Price $1.25. Sale Price $1.C0 a nr.
English Long Cloth
12 yds. to the jiiccc.
Regular Price $2.25. Sale Price $1.90
12 yds. to the piece.
Regular Price $2.25. Sale Price $1.00
10 yds. to the piece.
Regular Price $1.75. Sale Price $1.25
Art Pictures made from
small Kodak Snao-shols
jj Cor. Tort & Bcretania Sts. Opp. Fire Station.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 84 Hotel St. Phone 1110
Cznrnlknw, Mnciluugall & Co. re
port lis follows on tho raw sugar
market under ilnto of Aug. 6: x
Our last report was dated July 30.
A Arm and ndvnnccd market has
prevailed throughout tho week, hut
tho olunic of huslncss dono lins
been small owing to tho limited
quantity of raw sugars offered for
shipment till month. Spot quota
tions moved from S.DSTtR nt Ihn c.Ioro
of Inst week to J. Olio on Monday,
when Culms and San Domlngos afloat
Hold nt that equivalent; on tho fol
lowing day n further ndvnnrc of
l-:ll!c was paid for a cargo of Culms
and l.fino tons St, Croix Centrifu
gals for prompt shipment, and yes
terday Culms Kilil at 2 2'i-Vlc c. f.,
basis UC degrees, equal to I.OSc
landed. Sellers o fCuhns have now
raited their views to 2 It-4c c. f.,
basis, 9G degrees, but een nt thin
figure n very smalt quantity li a .ill-
Tho combined stocks In Cuba and
United States lire now 128, 000 tons,
and deducting Imporcrs stocks hero
of r, 1,000 tons, as cll ns r0,000
tons still held unsold by shippers In
Cuba, wo find that reflncrR h.iva on
hand mid to ionic forward from that
Island about HSu.flOO tons, against
2T"i,000 tons nt tho corresponding
J.ito In 1908. I
Hut It must ho taken Intry account
that nt this time Inst enr there was
no dlspnilt ybctween tho markets
hero nnd In lhnopc, and enno su
gars nvnttnblo for this country had
therefore to compete, with beets;
mch It not the cafe now, ulion
beets nro quoted n tho parity of
1.29c- duty paid for 9(1 degree cen
trifugals!, nnd for that reason, UN
u:ss Till; SUMMKIl CONSUMP
TION KOU IH-'FIXKD SUOAU IS
IBI.OW EXPECTATIONS. VB
?IIOUI,D Bra QUOTATIONS HERE
NI) IX KimOI'i: AI'PIIOACII TUB
'AMI: I.EVEt. AS TUB SBASOX
I'UOHItKSSBS, especially as the
ihlpnients from Java with United
States options during Juno nnd July
ire n bout 100,000 tons below thoso
In tho same months of Inst jenr.
Jans Htlo.it duo hero this month
iro being offered nt lis 1 l-2d c.l. f.,
nit It Is understood that n cargo In
ho saino position was sold a few
lays ngo to a Xew York refiner nt
lis c. 1. f. Tho cargo by tho S. 8.
lueen Alexandra, which hnd tho
United States oplon, Is reported sold
to United Kingdom at n price equiva
lent to lis 1 l-2d c. I. f., which Is
on n parity with .12c duty paid
European beet markets, stimulat
ed by reports nf continued unfavor
able weather for tho growing crop,
ndvnnccd during the week from 10s
8 1-4I for July nnd August, 10s 3-4d
for October-December nnd 10s 2 l-2d
for Jnnunry-Mnrch on July 31, to
10s 10 l-2d for August and Septem
ber, 10s 1 l-2d lot Octobcr-Dcccm-her
nnd 10s 2 l-2d for Jnnuary
Mnrch, toda'n f. ci, b. quotations.
Tho, roots so far ne not suffered
Irreparable dainnge, although they
nro nliout thrco weeks backward,
nnd unlcsi much better weather pro
nits during the li.lance of tho son
on, tho time lost Is not likely to
bo made up.
The crop In Kus'la Is estimated at
1,000,000 tons, nnd thn exports nro
expected to be confined to I ho Bnst.
Hcflncd Sugars h.-no been In
good demand during the week, prin
cipally In the way nf withdrawals
tinder outstanding (ontracts, nnd
from. now on the natural Incrcnsc In
consumption should keep business
brisk. Prices continued unchanged
until yostcrdny, when tho Federal
Sugar Kenning Company raised
their list ten points to tho basis of
4. 9fic less I per cent for Ornnulntcd.
While other refiners still remain nt
tho old basis 1 4.sr,c less 1 per
cent, n general advance mny bo ex
pected shortly In view of the higher
level of rnws.
Ilccclpts for tho week at the three
Atlnntlo ports, 27,854 tons. Melt
ings, 50,000 tons.
TWO DOLLAR RUBBER
It will bo of Interest to Island peo
plo interested In rubber growing to
noto tho quotations in Now York for
Para grades on July 30 of this )cnr.
and one month nnd one year previ
ous. These figures ara taken from
tho India Rubber World for August:
Aug. July July
1,08 1,09 1,09
Islands, coarse, new ,43 .69 .75
Islands, flno new.. .84 1.41 1.81
Uprlver, flno new,. ,92 1.48 1.0.r
Uprlver, coarso old , ,95 1.50 1.98
Ceylon (Pltn), flnol.OSr 1.56 2.00
The sharp ndvnnco during July
may havo been partly speculative,
hut to tho constantly Increasing de
mand for rubber Is duo tho steady
advaneo of tho present year. Tho
proportion of the I'nra-rubbor crop
shTpped'to tho United states
shipped to the United States has
been constantly Increasing for some
j cars, and for the year ending Juno l
30, 1909, we hno the following dis
tribution of tho crop;
To the U. S 50,115,210 pounds
To Buropo 34,156,706 pounds
This Indicates 60 per cent of the
total output from I'nra ns ultimately
resetting the United SCtntcs.
The condition Is near nt hand
when tires for American made, nuto- ,
mobiles will enll for as much rubber
us was consumed In the w hole rub- I
bcr Industry of tho United Stntes
ten years ngo. I
Tho fnct that, the Columbo mer
chants arc willing to contract to pay
$1.2" per pound for deliveries up to
March, 1911, Is an Indication of the
confidence of buyers In continued
high prices for rubber.
This outlook Is very encouraging
to shareholders In tho plantations
ut Nnhlku nnd In Punn, for during
tho next two ears tho product of
many thousands of Hawaiian grown
rubber trees will be placed upon tho
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alcwa S 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
ami Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai
2 B. R. House and lot, Kapa
lama .... 600
3 B. R. House and lot, St.
Louis School 1,126
etc., etc., etc,
3 B, R, House and Lot, Kapalama 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Waitv Bldtr. 74 S. Hint- St
Thcro was n crisis in regards to
tho Newsboys' Leaguo this noon; It
npponru that some disgruntled Indi
viduals grnbhed the mlt's nnd re
fused to allow tho other bos the
use. of them.
However, the fans who throng
tho sidewalk every noon hour vrero
not to ho denied their usual picas
u ro of watching a gamo of ball, and
John Marcallino quickly dived Into
tho crowd nnd In less than no tlmo
had collected sufficient rash to pro
ceed to Hnll & Son's nnd purchnso
now implements of war for tho bojs.
Tho gamo started a little, late, but
tho 'spectators wero In force nnd
stayed with It to the end. The final
score wnB Detroit 5, Chicago 0.
On Display at our Garage
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAK
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A 'oitng mnn desires a position as
stenographer nnd typewriter; flvo
years' experience Address J, N.,
llulletln office. ' 'J 4399-lw
INSTEAD OF TODAY
A scarcity of members nt thn
meeting of thy Merchants' Associa
tion caused the' meeting Fo he post
poned until tomorrow morning nt 11
o'clock. Chairman Walter Dilling
ham remarked that If over) one pres
ent would bring anoher member with
hi mtomorrow, a quorum might bo
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SOME people have tried them and -failed to
like them. Isn't that true of many good
things that you arc fond of today? How many
people like alligator pears the first taste?
But most people like GRAPE-NUTS right
from the start.
And all people like them afjter a brief trial;
and, what is more, like the health results pro
duced by this great food.
GRAPE-NUTS arc made of whc.t, barley,
salt, and yeast, constituting a food containing the
natural , nutritive elements of Wheat and Barley
thoroughly cooked by scientific baking.
Why not order a package today?
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
C. ij. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found al
Your machine will be ready fox
you when we lay it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
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INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts,
' Phone 609
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King near South.
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property outut 9
investor lo ire hoj
much it is ro hi1
advantage to d$
business through hi
trust company. Ca
how we can serve
A consultation will cos
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A Gas Stove
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Is preparing for n clearing tliat will
cause the public to sit up and take.
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Odd Fellows' Bldg.
Phone 22 and 92
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Cor. PORT and KING Sts.. Ho'nUlu
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