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' TRltiOTfiSW '.' ' NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN!
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Buckland Will Not W 1 1 Q n M
i " "" . " -ww 'w;4 iPMBBw- -pvr i ibib r am biib i
C. Brpwt xWiUl4,coept
Leave Of Absence
. Ii Granted
0; It.-Buckltnd will, not bo In chart,
of the pertonallr conducted excursion'
of nndtlrbl Portuguese Immigrants
baek'to , their Mtiy laml.aa an m
. plori'of the Territorial Board of Imml
" ralbwlng; uponcBttckland'a decision
Bot'to aoeppi te temporary position
aa etistodlso of vUie returning Portu
guoae the ' Territorial Board of
Immigration la casting nbQut for an
othe"Blan to take the' place and bs
responsible' fpr tharsafe conduct of
the Portuguese babk to the native
shores, i s .
It Is understood uhat a request has
been made upon ',&i0. Brown, Immi
gration. Inspector 'In charge of the
Honoluldistitlon: to Secure a Icare of
absaoxe.and take .the Portuguese baok
la hlf letUr to.y Territorial Board
J iittif firbiii'fai'
t ta a long way from' Alexandria','
Egypt, to this city,, yet Slgiird Rus
Mli,( blng denied passage to Tehe
ran ott' occountof the uprisings fol
lowing the exile to Russia of the
la(e! Bhahpt , PifsU; , and finding
himself praiitickliy ' wlthbut means,
worked his 'passage , from that, port
toLo'adon as SateWardon a tramp
steamer bound Haptn 'Rangoon'. i
In London MrRussell Ittervlew
, edi Mrs. ParkhurstXtho society stN
f ragette, 4who yfasitlan In Hoflowdy
Jail for assaulting a 'policeman. He
also had an Interview , with William
T.iJBteaif, editor ,6f the'Revlew of
Reviews, on thi Pa'n-Slavlt question,'
wjilch' vlrtuallmeans tne -'uprising
" of the'.peopie, bntour "of the Euro
pean nations, ,yfblch' is considered
InevHable, upon -the death of1 the
present -Emperor of ' Austria. '
One ,of the Staff of the Chicago
"S Dolly NewU'.whowas In London at
the tlm'u and who has unsuccessfully
trM to get an; interview with Mr.
8tad, mde, a-wager with Mt, Rus
sell that the Interview would not be
granted, but llr,' Russell was sq
successful' 'that he hot only talked
wljhMr. Btead for nearly one hour,
but' received an Invljatlon to lunch
on the following .Sunday. At this
lunch rnapy 'distinguished 'guests
we're present.,' ., '1
From London t Mr. RUsaell toc
charge, of fourtetla. horses to New
York, by the 'American Transport
Line, m New, York be. received an
Invitation ifrom,the owner of tho
horses to travel In hs -private car
to'Cblcago. Teh' dsys were spent. In
Jhe' "Windy Clfii," durtfig which
time Mr. Russell' delivered a course
ofvlectures. findlrig hlniself 'short
oi. aaequate1 tunas, ne puncnea ca,i
" tlor'.three'ddySnand made sum-'
clnt money td;enauie hlrn to get to
' Bt. 'Louis. where, he' rail a drilling
machine 'during the day for isihe
.'American' Car'.j Company, andat
night' delivered Mectures. 0 ,
rosa 8t; 'Louis he went to' 'Kan
sas City, and. made friends with a
'" professional ''butn," who advised
htm'to "bekt"i bis way to Los 'An-
gtles by riding ah coal cars and In,
, baggage vans. Hiding himself In a
car full-of- coal, Mr. Russell fell
- asleep; Wheh he awoke, he was
astonished! to find himself still In
Kansas Cffyiu'd sidetracked.
Aftor an .anxloTrr time dodging
railway police, lie' managed to climb
Into a ca,r fllledi with lumber. The
conductor,; however, saw him getting
In nnd ptompJy closed and Jocked
. Continued on Page 4.
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.W' riimViL . ' 1H i I'
or Immigration, declining the oppor
tunity of the Aiores Jankt, Buckland
atates that he. does not think that tho
.""SKiiS IK rSS-E ?"iL"J!!
as alleged, but that tha amiction Is of
a mild form, a circumstance which he
considers it indicative, of endless com
plications that are llkaly to Occur; be
fore the .Portuguese Immigrants 'are
back n the Asores. ( ,
Among .the paknea that will come
up for consideration at the meeting
of th Board of Immigration held to
aar wii do inai or vapuuu uamara,
Portuguese court intorpreter, who has
been mentioned' aa possessing the quaU
location necessary to make 'a success
ful conductor of the party of retiring
It la eapected thsl-a decision will
be reached today. . r
ON CUBAN CROP
. Rising Prkw And
Wlilett lOra'a. Sugar Trade Jour
nal for February 10. says of the raw
,. Statistics by Special Cables. Cuba.
The six principal ports: recelnts.
7,0P0r exports, 32,Q00; stock 145.000,
against 104,000 tons lost year: cen
trals grinding let, against 169 last
week-end KStn 1909 and 461 in 1908.
Stocks in 'the United States and
Cuba together 'of 296.617 tons, against
IZ7-.813-.tons last weox and '236,403
tons last year, anMnereaie 'of 0,lT4.a mt!". Jo" Jfe. inmtlgaUM
tons. from last year,' ' I committee today. One of, the ind-
- Europer-fitock In; Durope. '2,923,000 ' dents of the aeislon was the introv
tons, against 3,356,000. tons last year.
yisii)if..nipiy. Total. stock ot Ku -
rop? - .2t. Am,Tca- i V19-5"' t0"
against 8,692.403-tanilast year at the
same uneven dates. The decrease of
stock - Is- 371,818 'tons,
l atalnat a de -
crease of 3(9.219 -laat week. Total
stocks and afloats together show a vis
ible' supply,of3,300,S77 tons, against
3.688.403 tons last year, or a decrease
lot 387,826 toni.
VNfUwa.77?rhe spot quotation of cen-
tnrugais renjamea uncnanged at s.uc.
per pound, 90' test, until near, the
close AWhen a sale afloat .at 3c. c.
andfi, equal to 4.11c. landed, reduced
the quotation to 4.11c. per lb. For
several davs preceding this sale the
market Indications were towards this
reductlon-ln'wmpathy with uncer
tainty noidd, tn (European beef sugar.
Europe finally turned firm and up
ward, recovering In full from Its re
action and. closing Vcady at 13s. for
this and next monthnd 13s. O.Kd. for
May. An Improving market may now
be looked 'for everywhere, owing to
the trend of, the statistical conditions
of tho sugar world, which Are decided
ly In' favor of higher prices during
the present 'campaign.
Our -Cuba 'cron ostlmale herewith
will' be found of Interest.
. F. ,0.. Llcht makes no changed In"
beet cron nroanecta.
Recent, 'sales from the Cuba., crop)
tor feoruary-Harcn shipment, include
100,000-to 123,000 bags at 2.81c. .-and
f., 96 test MJWtf.). which were reodft-
ed for'New.Urleaus. United Kingdom
bldavfor Ciibss 2.81c. IcJi ahd f.,NeW
vYorkV wlh' Option '-of '. 6..b;, Cttba "at
.lOo." less. Sales of Cubas to' United
Kingdom, buyers .thus far this. seas9n
are estimated at to'tal of 25,000 tons.
At the close sales to speculators
wore mode of 50,000 bags Cubas for
second half March shipment, at 2.81c.
c. and'f. New York, '
The Paris floods do not seem to
havo affected the beet fields ot Franco
Cuba harvesting proceeds favorably.
with .few' estate exceptions, 169 cen-
trals grinding. Stock in Cuba and The city and county board of super-
United' Stales together 296,677 tons.'vlSors will meet at the city hall on
against 227,813 tons last weok and Thursday noon at which tlmo tho city
..36,403 tons last year. , ,' , fathers will pasB upon clalniB and labor
Receipts of the Unltrfd Statea Fonr'ay rolls.
t urin uio lurKmy, luutuaHiw;. oui rp
(Continued on Page 6) i .
VAfismoToif. n a.
iecretarj Wilton flsmred in the Bal
lhtfenPinchot controreny today by
issuing m flat denial of Mr. Pinehot't
,tatemenl.that he authorized the let-
ter.that wa. written to Benator Del
!!,, which letter wu the basil i for
Pinehot't dismissal from ottot.
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, 8AJT FEAICHQO, Mar. l.-lmf
e? t M .4re..tM(, .4.00 ' Previoui
H, 1.'J1: mrity, lOter.lTrerionsI
quotation, lie: id. ' ,
Taft Is In
WABHINCrT0N(,D, C';Mar.' 1.
Former Forester, Pinchot wa agai
I dnetion by Mr. Pinchot of a letter
ftom President Taft in which the:
! President ',' exprened conidence in
Secretary Bellinger "d id that he
''ArZZZiZJ7a. J57. 7T.t
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(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PEKING, China, Mar. 1. It haa
been decided to hare a oommiulon
representing the. Chinese army visit
Japan and America.
0QDEN, Utah, Mar., 1. All .the
$YjAVtringre stalled here en
HAfWMtt4V m9 4Vlt& aiAvnia tliat aha' .1.
VWIUIt U& U5 IvVtlUt tUi eUV (JJTC'i
vmubk; tuuur; vac jokhu I1UC9 OI
Raffle. i 't
-i , ,
M IN FROM
... ni .- T7 , , n promptly,. the, Bu ) l,o tin man- a
The Pacific. Mall Intermediate liner tt agomenl has started a special tt
Asia from San Francisco arrived off tt carrier service, to servo patrons' tt
the port shortly after one o'clock this tt who are missed by the regular tt
afternoon after a rather lively pass- tt carriers. When yoti miss your'tt
age. down from Ve coast. ,,;tt. paper, telephone thd.,BvtJlet,tn''tt
The vessel brings only a few Isy. and the paper will be -dollvered tt
ovor-paBsongors for Honolulu. tt bysspeclal carrier, .The paper tt
.' ' tt should b'o at your home, at tho tt
8UPERVSOR8 TO PASS ON BILLS,
It. Is.posslhlo.th'at. other matters tt t - -r " : ' ttnolulu, Is the traveling represent.!- stock system of directories through
ny be .liUroduced at this meeting. tt tt $ tt tt tttt tt W'tt'tt tt'tttt Ktt ttlvo otthe Pacific, Mall -Sblppeii'.nqt Ihe Orient. .
TonrHts Kit Delayed In
ME MUM Ml NINETY
C0ULI HAVE MNE
Steaaaeri' leilLk fbr'Xainland After
fleml 'WUt Left .With Mwy
Zinpty Okhina. -- ' - ,
'It's a. sar story.- this tearful open-'
.lug oft editorial floodgates wherein
rourlsts are represented as tbclng
held In the Ha'walloh islands,-because'
their run ub ' axalnst liners
Vlh accommodations tha( are oyer-
inxeu' .warn ibi imnxuinr commiBi
ojfrefed by-:a 'local, representative .dr
one of. the teamshlp'-Jigsn'ctes this
ssornld-ln dwcusalnx what Is term-
eflV the .absolute, untruthfulness and
wilful' misrepresentation 'ofi the ac-
J tual coadltlpoe existing at Honolulu
wpsa qeuiiBv.wiiu4.ine transporta
tion problem, between Honolulu and
the mainland ' J4 f
In a clumsy djtdrtton of facta In
o'r'der' lo'wwave aVgrmeni of fiction
for ctatala; thesraTilnefttfnr'eus-
latldns,. wttn,,' tembRnceTJr UrdtUf
organ fo the coastwise suspension
lets wadsd into waters deep as they
are treacherous. ' ' . v" "
"Three liners of th, larger type
nave salted for Ban Francisco .with
in the past ten days, and had 'these
vessels taken first-class'" passengers
to their fuj capacity'' one' hundred
and hlnely.,persons could have been
accommodated In addition' to those
who really-did 'take passage.;'
In other.'' words, the 'vessels which
6ave been leaving here, within Hie
$aat ten .dajrh or a' eek huvo.beon
goltfg out' wjlh plenty of room for
the best class of tourists, and In
tWo or' rn'are Instances steamers
have sailed, fo'llowlng the Floral pa
rade, wltfi .empty cabjns and suites.
'' A call, atthe-offlce ot Castle &
Cooke this morning' elicited the fact
that the now MatSOn Navigation
Jlner Wllhelmlna sailed from Ho
nolulu, two. days after, .the' floral fes
tivities, taking by actual count but
eighty-eight first-class passengers.
TO those tourists whp are alleged as
pining to leaye the Hawaiian Is
lands and al the same time object
to (crowding, it may bo stated tor
their benefit that, the" Wllhelmlna
nulled away, from the tatkon wharf
vn last Thursday morning; with.seVen
empty nrat-ciaas iiaierooms. in au
dition to these unoccupied cabins,'
there were six line large, staterooms
on the Wllhelmlna that bad but ono
solitary passenger. Not'vmucb con
gestion lh this case. Of. the empty,
cabins, four wo,re situated on tho
promenade deck, while two were
still more elaborately Ideated and
commanded line positions tin the up-
I per' or bridge .deck. , Here was at
least an -Instance where the "mil-
(Continued on Page"),,
. ' mm e ' i
,'.. . ?'' r. ft- . 1-r. .
n To make certain1 that all sub- tt
scrlbers receive .the Rv'e'nlngU
Bulletin ' regularly" and tt
tt latent, b')V 6:46 p..- When tt
r special carrier rails to deliver uu-'R
P'ri after being notified of non-,tt
delivery, kindly notiryMhe- J3 u r- M
'let In business offlce the follow- 8
i"K day. Telephone ' all com- tJ
tt plaints of non-dellvcry to 256.
J fw:u Ullll
N A V A L
nrlBmeHwnw n n r..
.nnomnvHun, v. v.. juu.
The VonaeiRnrnmittajt-nn Haval
fairs rendered a tmaximaiii remtrt
- T . , , -, . ,..r...
tadav n fivnr nf on. annmnrintlon
-11m- he tioiimiiM.iaV .'tHu veer of
tiro battlOlbipe at a'.COlt of eleven Territory- nf llnwull, his name hnv
inllHofii n dnllan ieuli on renalr lng received the necessary number
thin to cost a millfori: dollars, two
cPlliers and four submarines.. The
latter .are .'for the defense of the Pa
cific Coast;. . ' r
After a ISttfthy, and. etna Uftive con-
. -- ,:T.I. . - ., , . .
ftrence .between the.xreMdent and
.republican leaden, in Congress, the
latter haveVannouncei that they will
strenuously oppose any amendments
to the Administration bill offered
that savor, of a hostile spirit.
' SAN PEANCI8C0, Mar. 1 tie
Pacific fleet ailed today for Santa
Bklkl ((& tMtak shlaiB J immmMA
e the Shipf do. target
s s ' i
- ' "1.-1.'
. BY TllEiASIA
Qner Comes In One
v " Time.
Captain Harry (laukroger, master of
the i'aclfla Mall liner Asia does, not
propose (o allow that vessel to' travel
In IhH "Inlermediatn cIahr" Ihoiiirli tlm
, Wl sfIIIW Before Judge Andr&de at the ollce J The framing up of ii suitable? b
, , . ' court.thls morning It. B. Odell pleadedf lng ordinance, to apply to tho city
L ---" .'f1.'-- ' j- '-- '''- v tOilty'Ito. a cheotJbxceen..the1cuirtT:oX.JoupJ.mu.iitty.Je).l
sti?TBS9vmU,'Si Vrv-U Wpoed Imlt wllh'hfs-autoinpbUe.JOdelr Items of Impoitnnt bulnetsfhlee
WSSJIIHIIlMl IV C Bar lL. ... . - :t.' V..Iv. -...; n. i .. i,-',.,. ..., i;.,r.. ,i, -f i
ihip has been delegated to curry Inter'!0. 0. Rosenslock and servant, Mr
mediate passengers' across tliji', facl-J 0., C. Hosenstock and Infant, Mht
tic. Tho Asia arrived at the t)ew , Ala-1 Wunda Uosenstock, Mlsn Dorothy
kea street wharf nt two-thirty this f-' Hosenstock, Mrs. C. 1. Cachot, K. III
tornoon after a fino trip down from 0I,de. ;iIIam A. noiinld, 11. nion-
Ir a-nu Ku emnnth nu nlnee nil l.n
way over"' was tho reruurk made bv
Pin Bor Charles Thorn upon arrival
here this afternoon. ?
Tho Asia brings .several lay-over
paBseiigers who aio on u round iliu
world, tour. These people will remalu
at .Honolulu for, some tlmu before, con
tinuing the Journey to Japan and
i hi we iiuwutu sa (jiuno sat mu
Tiie. iiiroiign cargo ny tne ABia in-1
eludes a ,lot of cotton for, the spin-
m , m - k -. .
Ding nlllBy of Ja'pan. The vessel Is
.carrying no speclo on the trip,
, Two hundred and seventy sacks of
Jn rdvi!!.aI JKSrh2 ,ffi."UoU
and iho-vessel alsQ.nsd a large con-
slgnmcnt of mall destined for tho Phi -
ii.7..i u,Mrh wo. .ir..,.rnj t ..
transport; Crook prior .to the
boats, departure fur Manila this
. " ... .'.
s even -
'nio Asia will probably sail forthojdreii are tlo' family of.C. W. Iloscn
rlent ot 10 o'clock tomorrow morn- 'slock, Mbe qtl-knqw'n Far Eastern
ig, i I newspaper man, who at tho present
Z. G. Dunn, who lies over atfllo-. tune Is nt the head of the Rosen-
II. 1. llolsteln Is In sucrccd A.
... . ....
O. M. Ilouertton as the Kcnuulican '
national committeeman from tho
of votes utu meeting of the Repub
lican Territorial Kxccutlve Commit
tee held yesterday.
The naming of llolsteln was prac
tically certain for the Iat week, nl-
ttiniih voriil ntlipr tinmpft wpra
'manMnnAll nil nvnllnlile til All the
place" vacated" through the appoint-
ment of A. G. M. Robertson ns Unit-
ed Statea district Judge. I
The .pieparatlons for the; np-
proachlhg campaign are now pn in
FIRST OF SPEEDERS
IS FINED S25LC0
ttenal summons yesterday afternoon
and as he wished to leave f Hawaii
today, be was accommodated by being
allowed to have his case tried this
Odell made no bones about being
guilty of fast driving and arrived in
court wllh $28 all ready to be counted.
Nothing was said by (ho nccus'ed!.or
Judge, beyond "Guilty." "Twonty-flVo
dollars nnd costs.'' Tho rest' of the
big crowd served with summons will
have lo appear In court tomorrow
II .s snld (hat J. A. McCandlcss and
H. I.. Kerr will certainly fight their
cnuM, but under tho system which
Scully mid his nsnlstanis employ them
lis, not much chance of any .one get-
tine off Kcottfrce.
Thomas J. yulnn waa down on tho
nollcn court calendar I hi nmrnln-
charged with heedless driving of on
automobile. Tho charge arose through
.tho collision with Davis'
f tmiZmmm A I imrmt nnaA n
' front of Levy's store on King strectl
19 evidence was offered in tho case
anu it was sent over iiii niursuay
PASSEN3CR8 AIIRIVEO I
Per Br. S. S. Asia, from San
Francisco. For Honolulu: 7.. (1..
Dunn, Ctius. Drury, F. V.. Clark,
Mrs. Z. Q. Dunn, Mrs. Chus.
Through: F. W. Iloyt. Mrs. F. W.
Hoyt. Mrs. nessle caret II. M.Mn;-
Mrs. Bessie Caret 11. M
lln, Martin Knti, Bruno Miller,
IlenJ.. Meglc, K. Tnkepiura, II. M.
I.ee, Mrs. II. M. Lee,) P. S. Haury,
A. II. Allen, Mrs. M. A. Keljoy,' Mrs.
It. p. Hitler, Mlsg I.. Hitler, Master
Hitler.. Miss F.. S. Kroans. 11. I.e
grange, A. Sorennon, II, 11. WatUlns,
A. II. Anderson, Miss M. McLaugh
lin, Lea King, Mrs.. D. W. Borg, Al
bert D. Moore, Miss Louise Horg,
Mrs. William A. rtonald. Miss
C, A. Hargls, W. J, Sawyef,- Miss Ora
W. Hargls, D. S. Hong. Cupt. W.
Tornroth, It. II. Kava'nnugir, Mrs. It.
ii. rtavannugn, Airs.. II, II
A. n.. Drain. J. M. Llddell.,
tt tt tt.tt tt tt tt tt tt tt OR tt tt tt tt tt
Qulde, which publication haa n
woriu-wiue circulation, no win re-
' li I mm llAA HAaA1 BaaAAl-ri
"'"'" """ ,u '" "
Mr, and Mrs. Oharles Drury
round-the-world tourlnts whp wish,
to see Bomethlug or llnwull before
continuing the trip to ihe Far East.
p- K, Clark la a globe-trotter who
,.,, , . , , .,
11! al rAe,I"tt'n 0,voriP';itl,.0i0 n'.w'
A. II. Allen, tho Tientsin attor-
I nA.. la A.rnlH . rM.Inn Xftn n
i ' ivtunuui,, im nimt uuvi
i uuaiuess trip io ino maininnu,
Mrs.'C. W, Hosenstock and chll-
, VUV VI UV IIUUVU nvi ivu niMa.wc .,... k .-.v. ...- .vn .-E
. 3ra I1
Of A. G. ,
earnest, unit u notice for enrollment
I. ...... . . ...'
for Ileimlj lean voters una neon, is
cued by Clarence Cralilic. clmlrma
nt tli A frtitnto f 'rttnttitt tost Tha nrtfi
h'lUntloii is to tliu effect that those.)
l uiu IH"IJ wmstsi -- -- a
who wluli to Juiu tho Itoiiubllcunl
party In the city nnd cOuhty of'-llipjjj
noliilii nhotil.l ri'dstcr their nnrnVelli
aud nddiccs with tho sccretarleall
of the ptuctnut clubs, whose nameti(
and addrevsM urn given. .'i&l
ta ,.1'illlnt- the?l
preliminary preparations for an nc'r
tlve campaign In IiIh work of orga7'
Islng and atrcngthciilng the wingej
of (he Itcjiubllcnn patty throughot,
the Territory, .SiK
u ..... .n w..-..
meeting br ihd'clty
Tho gatharlng of municipal
crs .for Tuesday March 8th at noven.
thirty In tho evening Is expected wlltv
develop Into a rather lively session: Of;
the board.. U "ij
tlltl IIIUIIV US 4 fllSSISISSrt f tllSlfl,! l
has been .under cunBlderntlpn for ftev'-f
oral months iniit, Tha luuaeurc wai
drafted, ho It 'Is clnlmnd, 'but, tho flut
Ished product of the blcclal' commlt-S
Ice who had to do with lis roncoptlon;
has never reached Iho secrutary a Ji
U1U IIH IIIIIIIIIBIIVII illlSllll'BH. K
While Iho hulldlug ordluniico He:
ilnrniaut nml In an etnbryo state, loc
Aclatfu nntractors hnvq not byen Jdl'
but on (ho nlher hand have been rusk
Iiik work on ii yore of nlmally tia"
- "cied uuijdinsx n wijnatown.
The' HilpervlMim ulMi faco thq pas
nR of a milk ordinance nnd an ameu
u piuniuing- regiiinnuu. i
atpail 'rillBI 111
IwrW "TIIiM I In
niiii a llllll ill 'ffS:
I V ' . tf
Clffnrd & lloth. tae new Krm''of,'!
brokers, started In buslnese thlsi'j
monilnit. nnd It Is reported that Ulcy.--
,nd ,iie ninjor part of tlitf bUsrheasV
reported on the exchange to- celc-;.-brnto
the event. Both" membera of?
tne ,11 nil are very nvvurutijy Known,
in mo downtown section, ns wen asy
(ho uptown dhUrlcts. jAlf
It can. not ha said, however, tbatw
the mnrket today was In arty way?
feverish on account of the tiuotn-i
tlons for lievt Biignrs having reached
ii parity of flvp cents,
port that lt Is very d
.ilm..t ... lrf
Inln stocks except ut higher prices.
11II11VII1L IU 1IU-1
man uavo nvviagou, ami tne uuyers
nre not yet ready to bid hlghts'i
llotwceu boards btislncts lupludedj
860 slinrcB of Piiauhnu ut 20, which.
Is a notch above the former flgurc
Oahu Sugar holds nt 3C.7R, HutclH
litson at n.87Ti, and 'Ilawutlan Sug-
nr nt 63., Kwu dropped .to 34.376
n' n Bnlo of over twu't hub
'shares, ilnwullnn Commercial .'.hold:
nt 39,50, 'and llonoknn nt S3,' Wat;
n un sold yesterday nt 131, but tl
i stock sueol bIiowh Kl0U8ke.l.
nsitiness on tlm board was co
.fined to' 25 Oahu' nt 3C.'7n, 20 On
nii'ii nt M,i0, mid 15 of ltreweri
nt 10. " , $1
Dividends reported today were'th
regijlars of llnlku, 1'nla nnd PJe"
neer, which distributed a trlflo tove
eighty thousand dollura among thej
,. . ... S,.WV2
mo preseiu mystery is now iosi
tho market can hold 'at prosont,vfl
urcs wniie sugar. prices nre so.h
aim promise io go niguer.
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Rent" cvde on 'eel J
the Bulletin office.
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