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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
The first fifteen ila)g of the pres
ent month will go down In business
ntiiinU uliilcr the heading of uu..
ilnj s. Tlmt will menu, elntlcl
dull tiliil aim unoxiiccTeilly ililll
With no u mm re lit reneon In m fur
n Kcncnil umclltloiM nro comorncil,
the Ktork market hns turned dull,
mill, etrniiKcly enough, the mcrchuti
dlfc nicti nro reporting n dull ten
dnjB for the first of tho month Till
the monthly dividend of those plnn
tntlnia niton M he loreuseil to 7b
rents mid $1 per shnre, lespecttvcl),
beginning with Mii 1 This nc
t mints for the imah advanced price
at which thiec sto l havu been held
for the Insl montn or mure, llalku
hns old at ISO ntid Is quoted at lGi.
asked I'ala Is repented held nt 1 S5,
thougll ii email mile war nuulo tlil
week ut 1 17 00.
Kw,i and Oiliti hnvo been untili-
iiiiiiIIpu in the OrlcntuI trade as well ed with tonsld'irublo Interest for
ns the merchant on "this side uf sales at icduced prices Knu has
Nuuai.ii street." lit til firm nt .11, notwithstanding the
Uwrjono Mia there Is nothing Illinois of fields gone jellowr'Thesq
the matter, and no one thinks there teports started the e.irlj part of the
U mi) tiling the matter The sltim- eel as n result or some of the
Hon Is unions and l explained In fields i ear the railroad not coming
uirlous wija up lo the uiiufriwa standaril. U
'Ibo menhunt can Ilnd his cxiiln- In so lutiiimiljmii) for llwa lo have
nation In Hie storm) weather tTio nn thing but the fluent cane, that
first of the month iiinl the Inrgo throe lie ds liuniedliiUI) stalled talk,
number of tourists recent steamers Ii nui he Hint toino of tho IIw
carried an The wenlher In tlelils luo u siipialiundanco of salt
changed, and tho rteamers coming due lo phjslc.il conditions, blU this
In fiotn the Coist next week should Is not pei Hilar In i;.i, and tho ng-
II 1 up the gaps In tho ranks of the rlcultiirallnts know how to deil with
lourlbts Consriiueiitl) the brisk It Knit's llrs't extra dlvldond will
business ntmoipherc should he toon boon he pill
resumed. Onlm hns been weak at 37, and
lull I'lldi) sold nt 3."r., with more
As for tho'slock m.uket, there Is reported oderlng nt thai llguie. No
no tcllli.g what will be the record hiingt has iHcuned fn the cmitll-
nf the turning week. The pit seven tlon of the plantation to wnrraut,
d) have found few bujers In the ,nj r.nl In the price of this stock.
in irkct. iindlhc genornl drift of tho Wahltia has he'd up throughout
limitations Is downwiird On l'rl- t,n uparmi of sagging prices It
day afternoon the price of raft sug tn,i ,,i jus this week, nnd t.lb
nr diopped two dollars n IIJil. nd In ns ,i, nu the boanl for It after
tho furo of It n erj nttlvo demand tle ,ivilcnd was paid
for i:wn nt market Hellion wns re- nCI10knn ,1IIH WOakei ed, selling as
ported Incidents of this charnctqr (jw (K 2n 28 on lhe l(Mri rr,Uay
have bcei so numeroim In JeHrsgdrio Ju hMM hmn u() ig wo Bg (lljr
1.) that tho remaik has been ro ()f thci) ,he n8l ntg ,)cln(J , ,9 ...
mou In speaking of tho Honolulu T,)N ,ce ,g nc(, lp bj tll0 cx.
iniirUot. If the price of sugar drops, ecll comluloll ()f ,l0 inntatlon
the price of stocks wl 1 advance j nm, ,he ))iuik 0 foot for llew walcr
Sugar Quotations Mcvpopmeut that will put tho prop.
None of the local authorities are o r rcnionn,,,. out ot mlch ()f ,iam-
read) with an cxp iinnuon ior . o , the drouths,
courso of the raw sugnr dUotnllons ,.onb, ,
i ,i, w three weeks. Among . Pioneer has weakei.e
Can 'You Miss This.
lAUTIFUL MILLINERY G10DS nrc bcinjr fairly sacrificed at
this store. The prices tell the story of i some of the man clous
bargains offered.' No woxan who is scckinc to- cnlargo the
ourchasing nower can a (ford to miss this sale,
BEAUTIFUL RHINESTONE HATPINS.
$3 to $10 Values; Sale Pric SI to 55.
?5 to $10 Values: Sale Prici, $1 to $5,
SIAUT TAILORED HATS.
.5 to S20 Values: Sale Tries, $2.50 lo $10.
TlilMMET) HATS. . ' '
Cop'c of Genuine Paris Models; SlQ.to S20 Vah'cs; Sale Trice,
$3 to $10.
0KNAMENTS. - " 'v
In Straw and Metallic, Ertecti: $1 to $1 Values now 50c. to $2 00 '
STB AW BRAID. "
In all the Latest Colors; $1 to $5 Values now 50c. to $2.6tVrcr
Etlt of 12 Yards.
VIOLET CORSAGE BOUQUETS. ronSETTIAS and HAIR ORNAMENTS
In Endless Varieties; All at Half Trice. - ,
THIS IS A BONA FIDA HALT-PRICi SALE. ' . l ;
Dunn's Hat Shop
$ Beretania .St.
In llin last tliree weens. aiiiuui, i . . -- ... ...
.....i. tpiiinL' nt 23i. k in izs mil.
other records urouen is ine i iei Bi ,, h hB8 , , from a qUBrler derstood that the Yokohama Specie are given In another column
of tlmo the nrleu of raws uas neitii . . , 1(, ., , . . ... .(n, ,, ,,. n,.nl.ni i,n i,,loillaaU i,n t,nU .cmim.
...... ..-. . i,,. aii tiio Hmvni. neon e will not lenter tho general tno business nas been transacicu ne-
wlthout n change, tor more ttmni inn c;mmorclBl (h'al ,, C0IJ1B Jnt0 hanking busln.ss of the city, nl- hind closed doors, nnd carried on
three weekB the price of raws nas nurlvPl llt 4;!r(0 iia8 been though they are porfectly equipped with the utmost secrecy so far as
LH'UJl -t.U tCIlio uui !& .
. i .1.. . i.i I .- It !.! lll iini(iniA nu hnrntil. llin trnnarnl itlilli la f-nnrprt1PI1 l
beets have advanced to a. parity or, - '""."'' , (.', , ,,... ,, ,,. .
r. in The turn enme during thlsl l,rlt0 ' .i. " " "" Bv .. . . q, , tonight will bo as foows,
Uv in ouoTatlm Bfor beets'eetlngof ihell. C. &S stockhold- "Us for supplies of the U. S. army com11(,Jlcl1K nt h7 O.cloelli U wnf)
week, when the J10"11'0" Ior uee vn wag hc,a ln Sull Krnnclsco this New Water Rates. "e le"cd at the quartermasters ,,,,,, lhat ,ho ,umr for Commenc-
began to fall unti it """"y r"' !,eek, and the uni.ual report of Man- I'ropcity owners have been ery ofllcc this week, under which bust- I1B mnlght should bo 7:30, but as tho
ed 1 Is. and a parity or j.jj ceius. pjnnjj iialilwln wns published much wrought up oer tho publish'- ness ammintlng to some half a mil- last hu f of thejeml duals In men's
Thenfure several anlanutlQii8 ior i u I 1 e 1 1 n. This brought ed police of tho water depaitmnnt Hon dolIarB was distributed among doubles must bo pin pi, as well as
this state of nllalrs, none Of WIll'll ' ' . , ,..l,i., ,.., .., ,, m i. ,,i,,,,i ,, i,,,ui,,0 l.nn.ru nr n, Tnirlinn- both matches In the finals. It has been
may bo the real cnuee. It may he ''""?. in" :r..T ,"'u 7 ',Vr. , " rr7 t Z m -j"- - dwWcil alKo:
US IIV: net. ..witt.,.ni . .... . . ,. I
that the Cuba
their sugars for higher prices and
hnvo reached the poli.t wnere their
sugars are deteriorating and thoy
run hold on no longer. If this Is
the case, the refiners of both Europe
and New York have forced the mnri
ket to Its ver loweit notch (n order
the phintutlon closoly. The proper
ty paid handfomely the last ear,
nnd the crop for the presont cam
paign will be In tho neighborhood
nt 6!,000 Ions.
, Olaa and Mc!irde have encoun
tered the usual vicissitudes of a
.. i.. .i,Di. .m,n.. rnr ihp sum- 8lutnnlng market. Olaa C.375 bid
iner at most ndantageoiis prices In and G 75 asked was tho quotation
this oent, we may exppf-t tjiq price marked up on Krlda, while Mo
ot Bugur to rise ns rapidly an If has (Iryde was 0 bid and G.25 asked. Tho
fallen, Iminodlatcl tho "hear" lowest Bale of M;llide was C.75,
movement teases, Indeed, tio Jiflco und no Olna lias been s()ld, although
will go higher thun at mi time this u considerable block win olTcr'od at
ear C 75 tho carl part of the week.
On tho other hand, this drop In Olan plnntiitlon Is In splondld con
tho prlco mny bo u repetition of tho tlltlou. Whut appears lo be n stud
piir I nor., when the nrlco shot up led effort to "bear" the bonds' Is
nn ndvance lo piopoity owners of Itenl eBtnte Is reported very nc- '" " ' .,',. . w . ,,,
about twentj-flve per cent., and no, tho In siihuiban lotB business Now yp M)(8 Powa an(, A M now ell.
ono outside the Puhll; Works office houses aro going up all oertho Mntcli No 2 Latt Half Semi Unnts
has ucon heard to say a""word of town, nnd all tho builders and con- Men's Doubles. V V.. Steero nnd A
commendation. Supt. Campbell has tractors liUvo tholr order books m. Nowcll vs. Athcrtou Itlchnrds and
ghen out a statement lu vhlch he fllleir J-, -. , (Clarke
says the "leadjustment" is inntlo In T . Match No 3-Klnnls Mon's Don-
order to lake the burden off the' w.i- Transportation. J- 's'Mm.eA .rfMSfchNo
terfront that It hns been tarrjlng Local ,ep.u.ntitlves of the Ainer- J"nc" ' "rSl.l,ed".lurinR the
necdlcssl. The whole, tiling naa ican-iiawniinn lino ai.nouiiceu tins ,, evening 1 Cnnha's Olee Club.
.. t.... ...ld .in. I Minn i1f(titmil flH fllllKlIlir IIH1 fl'IlLlIIIU I1IBLIUBL 111 Ul
,u "". ."'. ... "" "...;".......-. ... 1...1.1 ,... i.,.p.i. .mw nm that am! If tho waterfront has been Biif- known that, the original
nuuueniy. Keeping on ..." .""h- ,..-,.... --."- --- "-... .... .,1,18.(. that Injustice which Dearborn and Mutson
gan" for he remainder of ne can- 3' "" B,ll(um , ro,ovoi without loading before they left tho city I
!" "" '"" ""ui",u . . ."' ; :r fh,r..n.'.: .V:; n...' It upon the Bhoulder or the owners tho Inking over by the
r.1 "' " "'"" ""., '".:,.. ",. r ';:; .... Kn;nt the t liomw who have nn ambition to plo of tho now s.tyn.er llo
irUUirO llllll IIKS tilHOCU iiiu " 'V"h '" " "- " "" '". , . ii...i rm. ...... I !. l...n.(n.....tl,....ll....
t nruji u", m"-Iu luniio u(u ii iiiu mm tiw...t ..-
the appearance of being a result of week that trio Novadan on her ro- .. ref,,,,,!,, wm i, porvcil
the mistake of tho Inst Legislature turn trip would not bo under tho T, ,,,, Wicli lhe M. V T. C. Is
In allowing tho Superintendent of management of their conipnii. Thli ortuilng as trophies will ha presented
Public Works to expend tho Incomo led to tjio public learning that Mat- lo tin- winners
of tho water department. Clothed nm and Dearborn hao piobabl Hoth niitchtii In Anils will bo tlitee
with this powor, the temptation to ,omo to terms regarding the freight- "tt of flo sqIb.
get more money iu too grcut 10 no nig niiBiiiesH vi inn isiuuub ru ....
withstand. I'ropert holders aro pa
lug us high rates as nro necessary, Ing official cuti bo learned, but It U
piuus on sPAllTANHUIta S. C. J Henry
talked Pntitunll n fiirn.or nnai liern broke
ucludod up aii acre of land Tuesday with 800
Miitson peo- charges of diiamlto tho explosive bj-
nolulau lg ud luntoiid of tho plow.
ns the nro loncerncd In It. Nolli- l:l-vvo "lo " . '.. nvfJAM1TE
n I., derl.iro thnt n repetition of best prices thus far. Mcllrydp
the 1905 itcorl Is Improbable. going aloi.g nt about Us liBital gait.
Again, It nny be thnt the sugar A nun cry Intimately connected
operators hao brought out some with tho propcrt stated this week
new bourco tit supply i.ut hitherto that ho could see no occasion for
mentioned, that will rcduco the levol tho prlco of tills stock doubling 111
of prices' Possibly tho sugars that the couiso of tho car on the nier-
Wlllett & Gray discovered In Irdlt Its of tho plantation. At tho bame(
hae b'eeii manipulated to Influence time, qulto n number nt moil tho
tho market. It may bo that nnw one quoScd Included who cun buy
sugars have been illseoere.l In llin s.otk ut tho low figures are do-
Culm, Us'u remit of iniiio ftvorahle 1 g o and "putting It b." Por-
wcather coiulltluns, or Important do- in.ineut ilovolopniVnt work Is being
lulls of production hnvo been turilul on bteadll on this planta-
biought to light that the experts had Hon.
oorlookid Any mimber of reawms Illlo Uallwuy has ltd the Interest
tan be Imagined, butetl on tho rec- lu ftockir other than sugar for tho
oids of the unexpected hurpenlnga week. It hna sold at iri, and the
of previous cais Hut until tho doinand m'ciih to, bo continuous.
mall circulars nrpvn with thtlr va- lliowery iiiib miki ai ii, nuu it .m
rlctl explanations of tho bIiiiup, the or Mutunl Telcphono mailo nt 12.Jt.,
jotal experts on tho market will a quarter below tho last previous
Insist thut tho statistical position is sale.
such as to guarantee a continuation
of high prlcos, that will give a Bishop & Co, Branch.
splendid loturu on this ytai s crop. Ono of tho very Interesting an-
nouncemenlB or tno ween is ui.u
Titfht Money Hlshop &. Co. will start n branch In.
Honolulu's' "tight money" mnrkot HI o on Jul 1. This Is a recognl-
Is qulto as much an enigma as the Hon of the development of Illlo, us
. . ,. ...., .. ..!.!.. l.c .nnroflU.
sugnr marKei. ine mini cuneuun tvch tin uu uviuwuvw u. mw ,..&.
of opinion seems to bo that the ho spfilt of the oldest and largest
money taken for Investment 'outBldJ biuikli.g Institution lit the Territory,
the Islands Is responsible for the The branch will carry all the de
prosont condition and that a marked purtmcuts represented In tho local
chaiiRo will toon fo.Iow the returns Hlshop & Co corpoiatlons oxcept the
finm tho marketed sugar. Some Insurance agencies t
fool that the bankeri nre shutting '
down on loainKthat nmy tend towurd Specie Bank BuildinR.
ii siieculatlve nature. Dividends paid The local brnn h of the Yokohama
out thus far this month amount to Specie Hank opened Its new and
S317,92m, magnlllcei.t building to tho public
- . this week. Manager Tokloda, aB-
cjPjjjj slsted by the leading Japanese nnd
Stocks have remained quiet and rcpresentntlves of the bulks of Ho
almost uninteresting throughout the nolulu, held a reception to the bus
week. One series of inert ased dlvl- Iness people of the town on Wodnes
dends forecast In this depirtniont tiny. Iho now building Is by all
was unnounced from tho ugeney of odds the tlncst lu tho city, and ropre-
WVInxnniifT K Unlihvln, when llin dl fenls lhe Inst woitl ln modern iniiu
Mr. Ctldwell claims llmt bhiRtlnR
Bchemo means Ificrc.tscd taxation. of tho lot,ul tra,de
It 'now seems ,,u"' '"' djnamllo Is the best method
p.olublo that tho business between ,"'T" t . , , mnnl Ta or
Territorial officials hao been In Han Tiancisco and Honolulu will be MnnN pPrlM)nH wero present to wit
cession nil tho we,ok and -nioro reach- left to the Matsou und tho Ocotnlc nt.RB t)10 experiment,
lng a conclusion on tho Kiipnn land lines, tho Anicilc in-Iliiwnllan con-, .
deul with the representatives of the f.nlpg Itself to tho Eastern Bugar1 Don't orry If you can't alwn
Makeo Sugar Compan A roncltl- shipments nnd getting Its down huxn jour (jn wny. Sooner or later
slon was reached and tho details, as freights from tho Ban I'ranclsco-Se- .oei man bumps up ngalnst u stone
far as made puhll; h tho Governor, attic Ihrco-corncri'd eenlce. will I
LAROE AND INCREASING EXPORT.
rORTY OREAT ESTATES SHIPPING PLANTATION PRODUCT,
(Extracts From the "Financier" of London, February 20, 1010.)
"Really formidable Plantations were established in Mexico more than 30 years ago that is,
lone before Br. Willis and Messrs. Heibert Wright, J. B. Caruthers and A. Bruce had proved the suit
ability of the middle East for Rubber. A Foretcn Office report, rcade 15 years ago, describes
a Mexican Plantation of 200 000 trees then 8 years old, where is neither Ceylon nor any other re
gion can boast plantation tries 23 years old, and certainly not in number anvthine like 200.000.
There are today in Mexico, not one, but 40 Great Estitfs ALL ACTUAL shinpinp; PLAN
TATION RUBBER to N:w Yirk, and some can boast as many ni half a million planted trees, most
ly ready for ta"inic."
The India-Rubber Worll states during- January past 49,503 lbi. of Castilloa Rubber were
shipned from Mexiro,
The following is an extract front R. G. DUNN'S Report of fie Management of
. THE CASTILLOA RUBBER PLANTATION CO., of Portland, Oregon
"The Company is compojed of a coterie o'f representative business men of this City. Mr, Behar
rell is the Manager of a larg! wholesale Furniture House here and is well regarded. Mr, J. C. Rob
erts is the Senior Partner o' a larse furniture house in this city. Mr. W. B. Glafke'is the Senior
Partner of the firm W, B, Gla'ke Co , doinir business in Portland and Walla Walla. They are consid
ered men of hiprh ihtemritv and considerable business ability. Mr. Cooper, who is the General Man
ager, is a man with large exierience in this line. He has been on the Plantation himself and by test
ing the trees has demonstrated their actual product at different periods of growth. He is consider
ed a practical man and has t'l conuder.ro of the Company's Boa'd of Directors.
"TRADE OPINIONS: Lo:al authorities report them-a first-class account usually taking advan
tae of discounts."
For Acreage in the aboe Company, or further mforraatioi regarding the same, address:
DR. H. B. EWBANK,
"The Macdonald" Spse al Representative, Honolulu, T. H.
Address: Dr. H. B. Evvbank, .Special Represenjatlyp, "TeonS1cuD0TNAJD,"
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
In order to close out, prior to
Stock-Taking, we will place on
On Monday Morning -
A Large Assortment of
at 10c yd
Some of these sold formerly as
high as 30c yd' ' '
-. x -i-
, New Skirts
Just Received "" '
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
At L. B. Kerr & Co.'s Store on
-All shades ....,.$17.50
ALL SUITS rormc'rly $22 to
$18, now ,..$15,00
MEN'S TANCY S00KS4-For-mcrly
35c. to 50o., now .
FELT HATS Formerly $1 50
to $2.50, now $1.00
MEN'S "WALK-OVER" Low
cuts, large sizes; regular
- $4, now . $1.75
MEN'S "WALK-OVER" Low
cuts, patent kid; regular
$4, now $2.75
WOMEN'S "S0R0SIS" Can.
i vas Ties; regular $3.50,
now .,..., $1.20
WOMEN'S "S0R0SIS" Ox
ford Ties: regular $4. now
FOULARD TISSUE Lifht
and dark colors; all pat
WELLESLEY LAWNS 50
didcicnt patterns ...,15c.
S0IE TONKIN In plain,
dotted, checks and stripes
ABERFOYLE SILK Cream,
sky pink nnd grey. . .C0c.
LADIES' FINE BLACK HOSE
Regular 40o., now.. t, 25c.
LADIES' ALL-LINEN HAND-
h,alf dozen, now 75c.
NECK RUCHINGS White,
fink, blue and cream....,
30c. to 40c.
BLACK AND WHITE BEAD
ED SCARFS At a reduc
tion of 25,
icctois of llnlku nl.d Pain oted that and nuit (Construction, i ia uu
I V ,, I J J , .