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BVBNltfO BtrLLBTIW, BONOLOliO, T.,11., TUESDAY, MAU. 22. 1910.
The Lady who "wears a
encases her foot in an article that
The wearing qualities of this
make is admitted by all shoe
We frave all the fashionable
lasts in various widths.
When you are downtown patronize our POLISHING
STAND. Ten cents pays for dressing leather or canvas
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
FORT STItEET, ABOVE KINQ ,
Hawaiian Stocks and. Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUIlDINO
Telephone, 489 J P. orBox 007
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 XZBOEANT IT.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX 68.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, Mnrch 22.
Send Us Your Order for
Phone 5G5 Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd. .
Xing Street Fish Market
FOB A PERIODOF SIX MONTHS
A completely furnished house of two
stories; four bedrooms and all other
customary rooms; bathi on each
floor. Type of furnishings, location
and neighborhood all that could be
J. W. Pratt
125 MERCHANT STREET
P. 0. Box 451 Tels. 602 and 1367
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD Manager
NAME OF STOCK.
C. Brewer & Cu 1
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc Co
HawTCont! ft Sng.'Co...
Hawaiian 3ugi.r d.
Honokaa Sugar Co
Hnlku Sugar Co ,
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekctia. Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBryde Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Cd
Onomcn Sugar Co ,
Ookala Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Cc. Ltd
Panuhau fiugii- Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
l'jla Plantation Co
I'npeekco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnla'iiH Agrlc Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Wntmaualo Sugar Co. ....
Walmca Sugar Mill Co. . .
nter Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. ...
Hon. It. T. & L Co . Pref.
Hon. K. T. & L Co Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . ..
Nahlku Tluboer Co.,
Nahlku Ittibbor Co., Ass. ,
OahuR. & UCo
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. , .
Hnw.Tcr.43: 'Fire CI) ..
lluw Tr.4yjJJ ,
How. Gov't. 5
Col. Beet Sug. A Hcf. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. 6
Hamnkm Ditch Co ,
tipper Ditch 6a
Haw; Irr. Cc, 6s 45 pd. .
Haw. Irrgtn. Co.. 6b
Haw. Com. ft Sug. Co. &
Hilo It. R. Co., Ixnue 1!H)
Hilo R. R. Co . Con i ...
Honokaa Sugai Co . 6 . .
Hon. R. T. ft L. Co. 6 ...
Kauai Py. Co. Ss
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co Si ...
OahuR. ft L Co 5
Oahu Sugar Co. 6
Olaa Sugar Co 6
Pac. Sug. Mill Co. 6s . . . .
Pala Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Walalua Agrlc. Co. 5 ...
Money to Oil Stocks
Templor Ranch Oil Co.
will be selling within NINETY
. DAYS AT 5p CENTS,
is the statement made by Mr. N. F.
Wilson, president of the Lincoln
Mortgage and Loan Co., who has
jast returned from a trip to the
Temnlor Ranch Oil Co.'s property.
In THIRTY DAYS they will be able
to pump their oil direct to Port Har
ford. The public is just beginning to
realize the WONDERFUL POSSIBIL
ITIES of tho Temnlor Ranch, conse
quently the ACTIVITY in this
Have you realized the GREAT
OPPORTUNITY in storo for you, by
buying TEMPLOR NOW? IT IS THE
BEST BUY on tVs market.
I will not be able to sell this stock
for 40 cents much loncer to you, un
less you come rirfit to my office and
make your first payment of one
fifth of) the total purchase price.
This is only $8 for every 100
SHARES of Templor you wish to
buy, and the balance you can pay in
four equal monthly installments,
By the time you have paid for
your stock in full it has increased at
least 25 PER CENT, and perhaps 50
PER CENT. IN VALUE! Where can
you do better with your money!
BUY TEMPLOR BUY
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 South King St. Waity Building
- Agent for
LINCOLN MORTGAGE & LOAN CO.
San Francisco Chicago
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Photie 653. 83 Merchant St.
Cash Capital $ 500,000.00
Gross Assets 3.526.058.77
Surolus to Policy-
Claims Paid, over .. 12,300,000.00
A pretty safe company to insure
in, don't you think?
Issues an unlimited liability Policy.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 Fort Street
LOCAL 'AND GENERAL
37 J J
Between Boards: 40 Oahu Sir-:. Co
$37.60; 145 Honokaa $22 25: S15 0CO
McBrydo 6s, 199; 20 Olaa. $6.73; 5 Pio
neer. $287 SO; 5 Hilo Ity. Com , $13.60:
80 Haw. C. & S. Co, S4M2tt: 00 I. I.
S. N. Co. $125.
Session Sales: 8 Honokaa, J22 2B; 5
Haw. Ag. Co.. $255; 5 Planer $J37.
Memo: Mutual Telephone, 6 per
cent bonds listed this date.
One cent a word will carry your
message to the people of Hawaii in
the classified-columns of the Bul
letin. A thirty -cent investment
will place your want or wish before
almost thirty thousand people.
Automobiles $4 per hour. Phone 6
Fine 'copperplate engraving and
Filming at Beakbane's. Fort meet.
Ui till tills morning. 518 automobiles
had been registered at the pollco sta
Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needtowork. .Mrs, H. Bell, 162 Hotel
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg Co.. 427 Queen St.
St. Andrew's Auxiliary and Oulld
will meet nt 3 o'clock! this altcrnoon
at the parish house nn Emma iitrcot.
There wero only fourtem cases on
tho pollco court calendar this mom
lng and thejT-wero quickly disposed of
Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox of Wall
lua, came up jestordav on business,
returning to hla home In the afternoon
Moke Knhakaulla and Sin Tat. two
assault and battery artists had their
cases nolle prosred at tho police court
this morning. i
Frederic L. Morong.,M. D., physician
and surgeon, has opened oTIces at 270
Boreianla street. Office houis 1 1-1,
3 5. nnd 7-8.
Thrr'o will ho n practice meeting of
tho Symphony Orchestra tomorrow
avcnlng at tlio 'Kllohain Art League
rooms at 8 o'clock.
Hire's Root Beer Is a good tnnlc nnd
one of tho most pleajant drinks on
tho market, Order a rnso from Con
solidated Sodn Works. Phone 71.
County Attorney S. K. Kaeo of Kau
ai Is In town, having arrived last Sun
day morning on tho Kltinu. Ho wilt
probably leave this afternoon on tho
Dr. and Mrs. Gr-hRiil. of Loj Ange
les, are expected tu lstt these lslinds
In tho :i"ar future. Mrs. V, E. Lcm-
nnnn of P.cno, Nevada, will accompany
I Dr. and Mrs. Graham.
A new loctaurant will ho oponcd
tomorrow on Alakca street below
King called tho McCandloss Lunch
Room. Short orders eorved at any
time. Good cooking
A stock company of actors Is being
organized on the Coast which will
start on a tour In a chart j irod rhlp
about October. They wlh play hero
nnd then go on to tho Orient.
It Is reported that Allen .looser Ins
won the heart nnd hand of Miss Lil
lian Flsk of Pcldmont, near Oakland,
Cat. Miss risk Is a talented musician.
Tho wedding will tako place In April.
Among tho itasstngers departing for
tho mainland by the Matton Navlgi
tl6n liner Wllhelmlna on next Satur
day Is Mrs. T. J. Qulnn. Miss Marsh
Quinn Miss Mildred Qulnn and Mlsi
Ituth Qulnn .
Supervisor Kane said that If the
fire limit orJInauco. v.hlch passed It
third reaJIng lart night It ddvrel
unconstitutional by the Suprums
Court, ho will not sock atrithcr nom
ination for Super vlror at tho comlnt
Bear In mind that the morchanti
who give green stamps will not In
crease tholr 1 rices, b it on the con
trary their lncrcnse In trade by this
system imh'.es thorn to soli choip?r
Senator R. H Makekau of Hawaii,
who has been visiting In town on bus
iness, returned to his homo at Hono
km todiy on tho Manna Kca. llo
stated definitely this mrrnlng that he
won d run again for Senator, provid
ed no gets tnc nomination.
Latest sugar quotation 4 36 cents or
$87.20 per ton.
Furnished, - $60.00
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
Sugar, 4.36 ets.
Ssets, 14s 5 1-2(1
HENRY WJITEIIHOUSE TRUST CO.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND -BOND BEOKERS
Members' Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STBEET
STOCKS AND BONDS
.Trent Trust Co., '
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
our many Hart Schaffncr Sc Marx
Spring and Summer
be seen in our window.
You will iind them in the accept
ed materials and shades, Scotch Tweeds
and Homespuns, with gray the favorite.
Nothing handsomer in men's clothes
have ever been shown in Honolulu.
The Store for Good Clothes
KING ST.. NEAR FORT
OpyntM fitrt I tktCMf & Mirx
OF SUGAR MARKET
Consumption of Sugar Is on Increas:
Eceardlesi of Advancing Prices
New Estimates Made for Corn
inn Yearlv Crop.
One of the most Interesting sugar
circulars received recently Is that of
the federal llcflnery Issued under
New York date of March 4. The cir
It AW 8UO Alt. Wc hao had n
firm market, but without much busi
ness, since our inst report, un Wed
nesday about 50,000 bans Cubas, for
clearance not earlier than April 9.
sold at 3 J-lOc cost and freight for
9G test, the equivalent of . 1 2c
duty paid, and last night the mar
kets In both I'urope and here appear
ed to ba assuming a waiting ten
dency, with prospects In favor of lit
tle If anychange cither uay In the
Immcdlatotriiture. Today, however,
the situation Is nealn materially
strengthened on tho advices from
total stocks In the United States nnd
Culm combined are 4(3,026 tons,
ntalust tOG.CJl tons last car, nu
Incrcac Of .0,39r tons. The world's
visible supply Is 3,280,000 tons,
ngaluat 3,620,000 tons Inst jcar.
CUIIA. The most Important news
'Is the cable received from Gumn re
ferred to above. Ilejond what wo
have already said In regard to crop
prospects, we have nothing from
our correspondent. Ah to what Gil
ma's reduction In his estimate will
be, Is not known nt present. Kver
one In Cuba appears to be about ni
much nt tea as to what tho Una I
outturn will be as traders In this
market. At tho beginning of tho
season It was said by many that
there was enough rnne In tho field.)
to make n crop of 2,000,000 tons, al
though tho highest estlmnto was
(lum.i'r, of 1,831,000 tons. Now the
cane has been dnmnged by drought,
hut It Is difficult, f not Impossible
to tell the extent of this damage,
and Its cftcit on the ultlmnto pro
duction. Certainly present high pri
ces will be an Incentive for plant
ers to grind everything that can be
possibly turned Into tugar, as cane
IcTt In tho Hold this jcar will only
mean n tremendous Increase In pro
duction l.oxt J car, and with a large
llKiease In rowings In I'urope, the
planters will gte In the coming year
a period of probably ery much low-.
cr prlLCs, nnd will naturally wish
to take advantnge of tho high values
Cuba that Cumn states that the
drought continues to such an extent wi,ch nro likely to prevail for some
that n reduction m his esiimnio will months to come,
have to ba made. This has resulted
In nn advance in Europe, as well as
In the rnlo of 70,000 Cubas, for
April shipment, on tho baBla of
3 l-16c cost nnd freight. About
100,000 bags Cubas, for March ship
ment, have been sold at 3 1-1 Cc cost
nnd freight to Messrs. Arbucklo
Hros. and II. II. Howell, Son & Co.,
advancing the spot quotation to 4.4 2ij
i:UIlOIi:. The prospect of (Jum'i
reducing his estimate has resulted in
the sharp advnncn above, which Is
showu by tho dosing cable, which
Is strong, with upward tendency, as
March UuvorB 14s 6 'Id,'"' equals
G.OSc, duty paid New York,
i April Ilu) era 14s 6d, equals
. .. n , , , r ftft ,!.... .,..1.1 K..,i, V.1,-1?
Mr. and Mr". ImaiiUhl. who neri'dutj paid for 96 Centrifugals, 3.92c "."""' '""u "" ""
thiough rasscugors on the Tcnjo duty pild for 89 Muscovndoes. and May lluvcrs 14s "VS". equals
Mnru. vvcro enti ruined last night in 3.67c dutv pnld for 89 molasses 5.11c. luty paid Newark.
Iho Mochlzukl Club nt Wulklkl by Mr. . ... nii,iton to this CO 000 August Ilu) era lis S ?id. cqilals
Tokleda. manager of tho local branch " ""' ,,'o n I n r,.bas are un- B-lBc. utV l' Ncw York-
of Iho Yokohaim Specie Ilank an 1 K8 " t0.000 bags Cubas are un- nee-. Huj org Us 9Ucl .equals
tho other prominent JapnntFo of Ho- dcistood to have been sold nt J.00e ' ", hiu ys u , ,
nolulu. f o.b. tuba for shipment to Ilnglnnd. liJC- "ul l,' ie,v ,urR'
noputy Sheriff W. O. Croell of Wal
mca, Kauai nrilvcd Mils nnrnlnn nn
to the United
luado for shipment
tho steamer W. O. Hall ovldentlv to I amounted to about 33,000 tonB. Tho
dlsrurs matlr-R of great Importano
with Sheriff Itlcc, who Is visiting l.i
Honolulu. Tho two sheriffs will leiva
this nftcrnoon nt 5 o'c'ock on tho Kl
nail for their Islnnd homes.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Brorrio Quinino
Tablets. All druggists-refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St. lows, US.A.
closing quotation for March beet Is
lis Rtd, the equivalent of R.09c
for these sugars laid down New York,
or 07 points over our present spot
quotation. Such a margin Is a large
one. l-'or example, at this time last
vear the dlffcronco between tho spot
market for 96 Centrifugals, and the
price nt which beets could be Im
ported, was only 44 points, so thnt it
will be seen that n gradual narrow
ing of tho present cxcobslvo differ
ential would result In higher prices
here, even If there should be no
fuithcr advances ubroad. Tho rea
son wo havo had such a large differ
ential between tho cost of Cubnn and
beet sugars, duty paid Now York, Is
because of the largo Cuban crop. If
the outturn Is not to bo ns large as
was expected, holders naturally will
not from now on bo as frc'o sellers.
It Is estimated that about 800,000
tons Cuba sugars havo been sold to
dato Tho total receipts slnco Jan
uary 1 (principally from Cuba), nro
4.10, .'24 tons, whllo meltings slnco
Jauuarj 1 havo been 29S.000 tons.
Tho total stoe'e in nil hands on
March 2 was 209,026 tons. It will
be seen, thercfoie, that our refiners
in: it HKSOl.vi:n "ni- tim iiimni 'have sufHclent bugnrs bought ahead
of StipervlBom of the City and to enable them to stay out of tho
County of Honolulu. Tenltory ofininrket, It there was i.o special in
Hawall, That the sum of One Thou- 'centlve to buy. On tho other hand,
sand ($1000.00) Dollars be untl thet any concession from todaj'a pre
sume Is herebj uppiopilnled out ot , cs. Cuba sugars could bo exerted to
Thcso prices show an advance, ns
compared with last j car's figures nt
this time, of 10s 3id for Mnrch.
New crop (Oct. Dec.) at lis 9Vid Is, against negotiating same,
2s 9d under tho quotation for the 4!i73 Mar, 22, 24, 26
current mouth. The present specu
lative European market hns been en-
glnce-cd b n very strong bull clique.
Cable advices today icport that they
arc now rcdlltli g heavily, nnd that
notwithstanding this, the actual
trade demand is sufficient to tako
care of these sales ut advancing pri
ce. I'p to the first of tho vcar It
does not appear that the advance
abroad has Interfered with consump
tion. Tho stntUtics furnished by
the "Journal des fabricates de Su
cro" Bhow a rot lncrente of 2S.006
tons In the consumption from Sep
tember 1 to Dc-cniber 31 Inclusive.
On the other hand, part of this In
crease may be due to stocking up lit
anticipation of tho higher prices,
nrd then, too, prl-eg arc consider
ably higher now that: they vvero
January 1. so that It seems reason
ublo lo expect that In Kurope pres
ent prices villi servo as n check on
consumption, hut to what extent re
mains to be seen. In tho Par K.ist,
where the rousumptlLii of sugar hns
been Incrcusli g materially tho last,
few j ears, and vvhero quite a largo
part of tho Java crop has found nu
cutlet, todav'n prices will no doubt
make a still greater difference in Urn
consumption. From now on great
Interest will be taken In the prob
able extent of beet rowings, mid It
Is conceded thnt present high prices
will be an Incentive fur extensive
sowings. Tho Increase In Germany
Is ovpertcd to bo r por cent.. In Aus
tria 10 per cent., in Itussla 15.3 per
rent., ot.d an nverngo Increase for all
Europe of something llko 8 per cent.,
nmMiig nn Increase 111 the area plan
ted of 11 por cont. to 12 per cent,
over tho last normal crop of two
jcars ago, when 6,1117,000 tons wero
produced. I.lcht wires us today that
tho vvoalhcr Is tavorablo tor field
NEW - TO-DAY
Notice Is hereby given that Check
No. 47S6, for $21, Issued by tlu
County of Hawaii In favor nt C.
Apo, at3lgnco of George Kcalapolo,
has been Ion al.d pa) incut stopped
thereon. All per tons nro warned
A bright boy wants Job afternoons.
Address "C. C". this office,
Resolution No. 296.
tho General J"uuil, for account
known as "Malntenarco of Prison
ers, Furniture and Lumber."
Presented by " "JJI
J. C. QUINN,
Datod. Honolulu, T, H., February
JOSKI'II .1. ITIIN, Major.
4S73 Man 22, 23,- 21,' 25, 20, 28',
29, 30, 31; Apr. 1.
Europe, and our refiners have shown
no disposition so far to let any quan
tity of these sugars be dlverUd to
tbs United Kingdom refiners, and are
hardly likely to do so, if the e?t.
mates of the Cuban crop are now to
bn reduced. Tho total stocks In the
four ports aro 209,026 tons, as com
pared with 211,1)31 tons last year,
nnd the estimated afloats to tho
United States dm SOlOOO tons.'J
against 91,000 tons last year. The
The LATEST in
Only a Dress Pattern of Each
$1.00 and $1.50
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