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BVBN1N0 BULLETIN, HONCJLinLTJ, T, It., SATURDAYjaN. 1, 1910.V
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Wlllott & fray's Sugar Journal (or
December 9 report as follows on tho
raw sugar market:
Statistic By Special Cable. Cuba,
-yrhe sll principal port: receipts,
none; extorts, none; stock, none,
.-ngalnst lloo tons last year; centrals
grinding P, against none IbbI week
and 3 In BOS and nono In 1907,
Stocks llti Ihu United States and
Culm togdther of 92,852 tons, ngalnst
100.043 tofta last-week and 1G4.C1C tons
last year, (wjdecrvasc of 61,864 tons
from last yenr,
Kurope. Stock In Europe, 1,705,000
Ions, agalnsjt 2,318,000 tons last year.
VltlblC Supply. Tolnl stock or En
ropo and .America, 1,797,752 tons,
ngalnst i;292,61G tons last year nt the
samo uneven dates. The decrease of
tttock Is t4,864 tons, against a de
crease of 411,808 laBt week. Total
stocks and nflnats together show a vis
ible supply of 1,845,752 tons, ngalnst
2,332,Clf tons last year, or a decrcaso
of 48G,8(i1 tons.
Raw. Tho Immediate market Is
Mill under the Influence of very light
offerings, tlui fow' sales of Biich low
ering tho quotation slightly -from 4.33c,
til! test, lust week, to 4.31Vc. now, Tho
only sales upon this basis wero 4,315
bags Surinam , centrifugals, prompt
shipment, and 4000 bags to follow.
Thcso were sold early In tho weok
under review and at the present writ
ing Indications point to n moderate
reduction of siiot quotations whenever
,lho next sale Is made.
' , Further business of tho week
been initio large and tho sales mostly
confined to refiners direct, especially
the American Sugar HcflnliiR Co.
Sales from the Cuba crop comprise
December shipment of 2?lc. c. mid f..
OR test (4.21c), and first half January
lit 2.81c. (4.17c). Tho quantity "placed
Is about IGO.OIM) hags altogether. Thus
far refiners decline to participate in
Hie last half of January shipments and
refuted fur "February
asking quotations for
whlrh Is 2 'He c. and f. (4.11c).
Louisiana has contributed no fur- j
ther supplies to northern require-1
liients. Ilndlng a more satisfactory I
market nt home durliig the week from ,
local buyers on the basis of 4 1-lCc.
to 1-Se. there, equivalent to asking I
prlco of 4.33c. delivered hero.
" , Regarding crops, Cuba reiorts nlu
centrals now grinding, but no receipt.
. us yet have reached shipping ports.
'Tio weather Is favorable for harvest
ing tho crop and planters show a lit-
. tlo disposition to sell, more freely.
Also, wo nnto that speculative buyers
of early In tho season are disposed to
resell n portion of their purchases at
current quotations. Should planters
and operators together oversupply the
market at the samo tlmo It will lead to
a partial reaction In prices during that
period, to be followed Inter on by tin-
proving prices, a operators who may
' sell will undoubtedly wish to replace
their holdings bj; future months, tho
permanent trend" of tho market for
" tno season ucing unuouuicoiy upwnnt
Somo later cron changes annear In
our summary this week reducing total , "'ler Alameda which Is scheduled to
estimates slightly, and wiping out any.8"" '." Honolulu on January 12th.
Increases In tho world's production Tne protfpectB uro bright (or an
over last year. . nbundunce or first class passenger
From Europe we receive moderato accommodation for any nnd all nl
fluctuntlonB In beet sugars dependent leKe1 mnrooncd millionaire who are
upon weatfier' reports. , Tho weather
appears-to bo. having an unfavorable
effect upon the beet In tho silos as F,
O. Llcht's last cable to us rciwrts tho
yield Is declining, which foreshadows
a further reduction In his estimates.
Although tho beginning or the Cuba
crop tins apparently produced tenipor
ary outct and Inactivity In tho Euro
pean speculative markets, yet tbe op-
Best and Cheapest
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Sy.our special machinery we have by far the beit
facilities for quick and suBttantialjre'pairs to shoes of all
kindi. A shoe repaired in this shop is handled in the'
same manner as' when first made at the factory, and when
wo Ire through it is' every 'bit as Rood as new.
Men!s half soles
Regal Shoe Store
Cor. Xintcand Bethel,
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P k'Bi H ) A' 'K 1 n c. ' u n E T 11 J. 1 Ml
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erators ovor there are Influenced more
by tho reducing tendency of the beet
crop than by the Increasing tendency
of tho Cuba crop.'
Receipts for the week wero 17,709
tons; molting. 25,000 tons, and stocks
92,752 tons. The reduction In stocks
should continue a week or two longer,
notwithstanding tho fact that tho Ve"rv
tier Refinery has closed for tho year
and tho Federal Refinery will, also,
shortly close down for a fow weeks.
The 3350 .tons Java sugars still In
warehouse here, for European account,
stands no chnnco now of obtaining the
European parity and the owners are
said to be about, ready to ship them to
tho other sldo for tho hotter market
prevailing there for such sugars.
At tho close Indications point, as al
ready suggested, to a check In the ad
vance with a possible small reaction
of 1-lCc. to l-8c, during tho large pro
duction of February and March Cuba
sugar, dependent, however, somewhat
upon the course of the European mar
kets as to whethpr they continue to
follow the downward 'trend oMho beet
crop estimates Ignoring the Cuba sit
uation during such reaction,
Tho United States Congress resumed
Its session this week, und In matters
of tariff' will no doubt follow the sug
gestions given by tho President In his
first message to this Congress. Ho
Indicates plainly his wish for no tariff
agitation, ana believes that the maxi
mum clause of the tariff should not bo
enforced If It canjmsslbly be avoided.
He t-ays ho can uso tho' commission
which has been appointed to Investi
gate all matters connected with the
tariff, tu good, advantage In this con
nection. It will not surprise its If tho
dnto fixed for, the maximum tariff
cloute to go Into operation (March 31,
1910) should b'o oxtended nt his re
quest. Two thousand nix hundrod tons
Philippine sugar, by hark "Johanna."
icomlns l"'re' hnvo ueon 'st "' I'a-
TUB FREIGHT list of tho Inter-In-
land steamer Klnnu, which arrived
from Kauai ports a day earlier than
llcr ,egular achcdiile, was n la rgo one.
i ., , , na ,, v a ,,
In tho cargo was 800 sackB K. S. M,
sugar, 25 sacks rice, 32 sacks bran and
110 packages of sundries. A score of
cabin and 17 deck passengers arrived
from tho Garden Island. -
II. HACKTELD ft Co. announce the
departure or the Toyo Klsen Kalsha
liner America Mam for Hongkong at
6 o'clock tomorrow morning. This
vessel has. been at the port for tho
greater part of the week arid has been
discharging a shipment of about twenty-two
hundred tons of fertiliser con
signed to local) Importers. The fertll
Irer comos from Soulh American ports.
TWENTY-FIVE passengers havo
booked thus rur ror '8nn Francisco
,ho Oceanic Steamship Company
reportod. a suffering, for an opportun
Ity or breaking away from these
THE MATSON,. NAVIGATION
steamer I.urllne sailing from San
Ernhclsco for Honolulu mi January
Gth I expected to arrive here ou or
ubout the 12th ot the month.
Work in tne City
and heels $1.25
A Malahioi s
My Dear Arthur:! nnd there Is
miiMi tn write nboiit Honolulu
nnd vicinity that I have determined
to send you a weeKiy ieiierj giving
you full details of what 1 havo seen
nnd done, since my arrlvnl, Instead
ot trying to condense everything lino
one long letter.
After a most enjoyable trip, nt
least to those who wore not too 111
to appear on deck, Honolulu was ocean unequalled In any city of the
reached the sixth day out from San globe. The. conductors are civil and
Fanclsco. The Alameda Is certainly most, obliging, nnd one can be t,rans
n trim little vessel and the food ex- lerred' from one part ot city to the
ccllent. If you are not afraid of be- otnir In (in Incredibly short space of
lug seasick, 1 would advise you to time.
book your passage by her, whenever I Tho names of'tho different str6cts,
ou 'mnke up your mind to leave however, are simply, too awful to try
dear old Oakland for these Mld-1'acl-1 to pronounce. Passengers are seen
fie Islands. i'o smile when somo stranger from
Weil here goes!' Honolulu from the matqlnnct, as tho Pacific Coast Is
the ocean Is Just the most beautiful termed, asks with bated breath tho
city that one could wUh to behold, jway to the Knmchamcha Schools, or
Cocoanut palms fringe the entire. to Keenumoku street, or even to the.
waterfront, while the city proper, residence or Yoshlknwa 8hlnacVilya,
ncstlcj at the base ot rugged moun- (whoever tliat nugust personage may
tains, literally clothed with the be.
greenest ot tropical vegetation. These One,.iieed never bo dull hore of an
resemble yery closely the mountains ievenlng,Hhere nre numbers o'f mov
whlch? overshadow Pasadena, but, jlng-plcture thentres, band concerts,
wnereas, ine soumern uaiuornin.u
hills are barren as compared to these1,
they are higher, but not more beau
tiful. 'As our vessel approached her dock,
Bcofes ot brown skinned boys dived
from' off tbe whaifTand begged tor
coins. They' Wo'ro all 'expert swim
mers anil seemed, to be 'thoroughly
nt home in tho water. The dock Was
simply cro'wdcdwlth people, mostly
Of n rnsnet brown hue All
carried flowors and' string of lets',
with which they decorated their
newly nrrlved friends and relations'.
I had ex'nected "some dii'skv maiden to
deooratome also', bud'ln this I was
sadly disappointed, as having no
friends, or relations on tho Island,
I wiis left, 'severely alone.
I am whht. Is termed n Mallhlnl,
I.e. n person foreign to Honolulu ana
to tho Territory, In general and who
has not 'resided;" here for at least five
years'. Wbe IHat 'period of Initia
tion la' over, the, Mallhlnl rises to tho
dignity of'n kaamnalhn, and Is pri
vileged t6 flirt" virlth every pretty
Slrl'o'n. tho island; tinmarrlcd ones
Disembarkation was most difficult'.
The crowd, which consisted chiefly
ui jupiuiexe, i;niiit-He, iinwauans aim
people of' almost dvery race, creed
and color, swarmed around the gang
plank and rubbed shoulders with
white men and women as If they
wcro part and parcel of themselves.
There appeared to be no police prcs-
tnt to keep a pathway open and tho
whole thing, was badly managed. It
was very hot and muggy after tho
two previous night spent on tho
deck of the Alameda. It was a easel
of having to fight one's way to. where
the hacks were drawn up 'and even
then there wa further delay' pick
ing a way through the congested
streets to the Young Hotel.
Haln had apparently fallen early
In tho morning, as the streets wero
very dirty and decidedly Btlcky.
Twice our horso nearly' canio down.
From a cursory glance, the streets
more ncarjy resemble those of bos
ton, but minus the cobles, and are
lery narrow and tortuous. The
Young looked most Inviting and Is
far nnd nway ultead of any other
building In slzo and costliness. It is
fitted up In I ho most luxurious man
ner. Honolulu Is expensive. If comfort
and cleanliness. I to be1 considered.
Restaurant appear' to mo a few and
far, bet,woen, which is a gource ot
much annoyance und unnecessary
tramping about to stranger, about.
until a satisfactory boarding- house
is found. It is well to be provided
with a long list of private home
where, first-lass rooms and. meala
can be. obtained before arriving' In
I tried one boarding bouse near
the Punchbowl, an extinct volcano.
but my room was so near tbe ground'
mat oven the bed Clothes became un
comfortably damp and ants ciawled
all Over my hnlr brush and'gof In'
everything that was left lying ex
posed on the tables. The moals
were excellent, many of the dlihes
peculiar to these islands being serv
ed, which' I thoroughly enjoyed, Tho
presence qt a fewliear-soclety peop'lo
marred, any enjoyment that might
have been, forthcoming during din
ner time, as these. 'considered it be
neath their dignity to answer' the'
simple question 'peYtainlng to the
.customs and habit of . the Island
people.. Perhaps they considered &
Mallhlnl ought not to learn too much
about t,hese Islands, ui any rata they
;wr s rudo that a change or board
ing bouse was deemed necessary,
At last I have touud n room that
Is dry and comfortable. u Is high,
UP and has ruunlug' water.Iu It.
There are Ho mosquitoes to worry
one and make night hideous liy .their
Incessant, burilng and biting. Tho
mosquitoes or Honolulu seeiit to be
long tu ,somtJ frateruut order, for
many of 'them, not being itbIe"to ge
nt, the sleeping victim.1 K6 throuch
niwlgjd course of'bautlngi When' In
a proper condition these' are' pdshed
by tliolr less fortunate- brothers,
through the mesh holes of the mos
quito uttl, when tjley ut ouc'e get
As the matter now stunds, I sleep
In- one house and take my meals' at
another, The guests nre delightful,
- 9 1, , - .,,. 11 -,,11 ..,.,. sagassga w .ffs. aQsaaiHBasB
many of thorn hailing from Colorado
and denr old California. There are
no near-society people (rem OJilo, or"
one-nurse viiiukus ui y . juin,
State! td that I nm beginning to like'
Honolulu more nnd more each day.
-ine street car service ncra is pi-
jfectly wonderful, nnd as tho cars are
nil open ones, passengers have, nn
extended view of .mountains and
ms rum, unu, nance nans, eiu.
It Is very trying however, when one
Is dead tired, to be kopt awake by
n brass band In tho neighborhood ot
the Mills Institute, which' porslsts
In playing the samo old hackneyed
.tunes night after night. If the trom
bono players would only modulate
tholr wind power, say, for three
nights n week, the sleep loving pub
lic might bo able to tolerate this'
nuisance a little. Drink Is on the
Increase In Honolulu, I don't won
der! when poor devils have to listen
to; "in tho good old summer tlmo."
and "My wife's gone to thd coun
try," three times each evonlng' for.
seven, nights each weok: Somebody
ought to hire a few, urchins to suck
lemons' In closo proximity to theo
noise' pervndors, so that they may
be put nut of business for nt least
ten minutes. each ovonlng, thnt being
the tlmo required to properly dry
tliolr torture machines after such an
experiment has boon tried.
My dear Arthur: I have Just been
told on good nuthorlty that thoro
uro centipedes and scorpions In grcnt
numbers on this Island, and right
hero In Honolulu. .The Hawaii Pro
motion Cnmmlttco never mentioned
anything nbout these poisonous In
sects In nny of their, folders, did
they? The mall goes out tomorrow
so I must end this letter, trusting
thnt you are well, I. am. .sincerely
P. S. I will tell you nil about
the funny, dresses thoi people wear
out here In my noxtuletter. So long.
UYENO HOLDS NLW
' YEAR RECEPTION
fay Respect; To Their
The local Japanese are celebrating
today' In a two-fold measure. Aside
rrom observing tho 'Now1 Year JJiy
they aro also celebrating In honor or
tho Emperor and EuTpVoss of thelrha
Uve country. ,t' ' i '
Con'sty1 General Uyono held n recep
tion tills hiornlng from 9'to 11 o'clock'
on thetliird'floor of'tho consulate. Few
decoration wero displayed outside of
ttio portraits or tho Mikado and htf
wjfe. About four hundred Japanese
attended the reception. Upon enter
ing the reception room they first paid
their' irespect to' their sovereigns iy
respectfully saluting) the portraits.
YES, INDEED! '
IV f '
There is- sure rem
edy' 'for your weak
stomach, inactive liver
and clor.ged bowels,
and you'll find it in
Bitters. It wjll 'tpnh
and invigorate the en
tire; iystem, promote,
tile supply.) of gastric
juices and in every
way help digestion.
Try a bottle today, for
Loss of Appetite,
and Malaria, Fever, and
Atme. Insist on ..
for' b1o by 'Ueb'soa, Smith ft''Co
Ltd.; Ho'ljlster Drug Co., Ltd,;
Chambers Drug Co,, Ltd.; Ullo 1ub
Co.; and at all Wholesale'' Liquor
Dealers, " . . 1
U. S.. A.rm.y.yS:'.
" t n r r"r 1 rut tVi m utia i- tt ' '"'"
' -' .. , ' ::'M "' : ;'
' ' .V.--J ME. HORACE' R. BUrafcWlrW4V
prevents decay and keeps the entire
If you wish, to keep young, strone and vigorous and have on your
checks the glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey reg
ularly, according to directions. It t ones and strengthens the heart ac
tion and purifies the entire system. It is recognized as n family medicine
tverywhere. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate, women and
sickly children. It is a promoter of health and longevity; makes the
old feel ycung. and keeps the youn g strong.
CAUTION When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, be sure
you get the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whis
key "stud h sold in sealed bottles only: never in bulk. Look for 'the
trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," .on the label, and make sure the seal over
the cork is unbrcken. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Roeheste, N, Y.,
REMINDS IDE I
JJoaVft, - M-.. 4. -Ar?,-.TJ.Va.
' The Governor's Trip.
Tad fact that Governor Krear i
roturnlng to Honolulu lit n foreign.
Vessel nnd, uicnrdliig to ndvlces by
cublo has paid n lino of!400. ($206
for lilnibolt and S'JOO for his datigll
tor), for tho prlyllegp or getting hero
a, couple of days ahead of an Ainc,
rlcnn liner does not'appeal to me In
the same boiibo as Its doe to others.
"Hu has been accused of all klmfrf
or Inw-breatlng, all klniU of unAmo
rlcanlsm, all kinds of nctlons tlia,t
would tend Jndtrectly toward hand
ing th?ue islands over to n foreign
transportation company. In. fnct ho
has been accused ot every thing ex-
tept Ot being n chunip tar not buy
lug n' ticket straight' through to Ja
pan nnd 'getting n stopover" privi
lege nt this port,
Let s see. Ha paid $7G npicco for
two passage."' tickets. That's $150.
Then ho paid l00 fine for patroniz
ing u foreigner 'Instead of a ' white
pan. Thnt totals up. to Sir0. HO
ould have, purchased two h'rat class'
iicuPiB inrougii 10 japan ror jhu
claimed the right ot stop over prlvl'
lego on" tho. tlcketB, or being nn Awn.
tlcan citizen ho could have walked
auUoro.'ut this' port without hlnder-
nnce mid save J200 "on tho Job," '
' Tho tldvorilor nlny.' bo a howling
success ns n governor but when It
comes to frenzied 1111111190 It looks sort
Why, man alive, ho could have sold
tho umixed purls of his two'tlrkotu
for S100 and saved $300 011 thu
whohr den), .
, No. I don't tlilnl! (lovcrnor KreaV
would tnlie the Job of soiling post
age stamps nt tho ulainp window.
,1 SAN FRANCISCO . K
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Army and. Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred roorhs, nearly all
vith bath, Circulating ice water
to each room; Built, equipped, and-
.w.uMv.vA .u afle me ixtuiy uiibi-
rnnnn.T.,1 a n .... !. U. ..!
cat. - iian a oiock from JIniqn
'Square, two blocks from Market St.
Convenient to nrinciual shons. thea.
ters and railroad offices, Omnibus'
at an steamers.
Special ayentitn to; Honolulu trade.
W,i?ti.bBth J1'50 Der da? P
W'J bath' ; . 2.00 per day up
Meals tabled hote or a, la carte
Management of (Jus C, Lann.
it K-4-rr;f?,-k ..-;-r'
syitem in, a. normal, healthy condition,
Pure Malt Whiskey
Look Out For Ants
, AFTER THE'RAHL
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK
MARIA" IS A GOOD THINO TO DRIVE THEM FROM
THE HOUSE. ffOLD ONLY'BY US! '.
FORT. .AND IH0TEL STREETS
,1iii' i.'ri i'itf
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Mr. Horace R. Butts, Providence, '
Bt JL. l V.. 5. Army mm i many years
a?o on account of 'tne hardsh(pi of
arm.f life had dyspepiia fin'd itotnich
ttcfible1 so bad that he corild'sTSarcelv "
eat. He took' Duffjfs Ture Malt' "r
Whiskey, which ftavq' him'lmmedlate
relief; He reconunends it"ai"ah in
vitidrating stimulant' ' ' and ''body'
builder. , " '
''I haVe used Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey for many, yeah and find
that it is all that 'it claims, 'to' be.
During my twenty-fotlf years of ser
vice in the U. S. Arty I'Wl being
constantly transferred from' placf .to
pldee. As a result 'of changing "cli
mate and water, my itomach and, di
gestion failed me completely, so I
was- scarcely able to eat a thing". On
the 'advice of a friend, I purchased
a bottle of Duffy's Pnre Malt" Whis
key, and immediately good result
tollowed. 'his wttb eighteen yeitts
ago. Since then I have'notf been '
without. t. r especially' rcibmmrad
it to all who arc in need cf an invig
orating stimulant and desirous of
building up their system." Horace
R. Butts, 50 Gnndview Street,
Providence, R. I. Mr. Butts' case
is similar to that of many other, aged
men and women, who have' been kept
hale, hearty and vigorous by the use
cf Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey' as a
medicjne. It is a food requiring no
digestion, which has a stimulating
and' tonio effect u'non the. vstem.
It Assists' in building" rferve 'tissues,
THE TIME THEY QET INTO
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