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EVENING miLMrriN, HONOLULU. T. II , SATUHDAY, APR. 23, 1010.
SPECIAL MONEY SAVING PRICES'
For Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
.INDIAN HEAD 33 inches wide. Nine yards for $1.
TURKEY-RED TABLECLOTHS Size. 8-4; fringed.
Regular price, $2.25; special, $1.75.
WHITE PLAID NAINSOOK 28 inches wide. Rogular
price, 16c; special, 10c. a yard.
ALPACA 38 inches wide; nothing better .for bathing
suits. Colors : Black, Navy and Red. Regular price, 75c. ;
special, 50c. a yard. '
LADIES' TWO-BUTTON SILK MESH QLOVES Black,
White, Grey and Champagne. Regular, 65e. a pair; special,
50c. a pair.
NEW GOODS We arc showinc many new styles and
creations in Dress and Tailored HATS. All of the new
shades and tints. Somsthing'to suit ovcryonc. If you wish
n largo, medium or small hat, we have it. Also, a. full as
sortment of sailor hats.
NEW FLOWERS AND TRIMMINGS.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA SIREETS
Onnosite Fire Station
BILL BUSTERS LETTER TO HIS FATHER
Dear Pn: This Is Just the most beautiful place In tlio whole world
Last woek I look a trip nrouml the lalnril mid It won a. continual Mrlng of
bonders. I don't bclloo there h nnother place llko It nnywhero Ihu residence-
districts nro llko fair) land with tho most artistic cottars and beau
tlful Hardens. Tho trees are coerod with flowering lnos and thcrp aro
gardens with hedges all around thorn. They call nle a mallhlnl, which
means stranger, hut I don't feel llko one, cvorythlng Is so beautiful tint
you enn't got lonesome. I'll tell you, Pa, If I can got anything to do I'm
going to stny right here, Going nro mid tho Island I mot n fellow by the
namo of Scroggsj wo got to talking nnd he said ho thought ever young
fellow should always bo doing something to Improvo himself. Ho said
you often hoar people say that they nro going to take It easy that tho
world owes thorn a living nnywiiy: they forget what they owo the world
He said that thcro was some work for overjone and where wo do It welt
wp not only help ourselves but It Is our little mltP to help'mako tho world
better, so next week I'm going to look for something! to do. I'm not going
to bo inrtlculur hut am going to try nnd get a position whero I ran loim
something, whero I can feel that I shall not only bo earning in) salir hut
making a better man of nusolf.
With love, HILL.
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se.
lection W ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are oji
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing and Printing by the best workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES K. MORRISON - - - Manager
Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug Co.
. ON SUGAR
AND MAY ADVANCE
EVERY SPARE MOMENT
CAN BE UTILIZED
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Fountain Pens Repaired, and every 'Pen Guaranteed.
A. B.ARLEIGH SCO., Hotel nr Fort
Weather Conditions Favorable Eu
ropean Beet Crop Sowings Will
Increase Considerable Over Last
The Federal Reporter In Itg sugar
market review of April Bays;
RAW SUGAR There nave ucen the 1)rovIoil9 ycar. As pointed out
no new developments In tho sltuu-J,,, our cIrcuIar of rcbruary iBth.
tlon. Sales havo been made from ,,.. w, ,,., lho -, .a., iU
day to.day.nt last prices, and in these ))or cent t0 n nor centt lll0re than
purchases nearly all of the refiners , wncn wth Lormai
easier today, the closing being fiat,
April Iluyers 14b 0'4d, equals
5,11c, duty paid New York
Mn) Ilu)ers 14s 0d, equals
Cllc, duty New York.
August Hueyers 14s 7'4d. equals
G.12c, duty paid Now York,
Oct.-Dec. Du)ers lis Slid, equals
4.47c, duty paid New York.
I.lclit wlrcH us that the weather
Is favorable for field work, nnd that
the acreage, planted In Germany
will be f per cent, larger than last
ear. This agrees with his previous
Ideas on this point. It Is generally
thought that the Increased sowings
for all EuropoVlll be about 714 per
celit. more than last yenr, when sow
lng were Increased 3 per cent oer
The Most Satisfactory Soap for Use in the Ofllce
GET A TIN FOR A QUARTER
Benson, Smith fc Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Nothing so choice for the table as
Ask your grocer for it
have participated. On Wodnesday
tho American Sugar Helming Com
pany bought 76,000 hags Cubas, for
shipment during April, at 3.00c cost
and fi eight for 9G test. Tho Ted
cral Sugar Keflnlng Company nnd
II. H. Howell, Son & Co. bought 10,-
000 bags Cubns, for the last wcok In
April 9learunce, and 70,000 bags for
Ma clearance and shipment, tit
3 1-lCc cost and freight fcr 90' test,
the equivalent of 4.42c duty paid.
Tho W. J, McCahan Sugar Kenning
Company, Phlladelpula, also bought
25,000 bags Cubas, for May clearance,
nt this pi Ice, nnd It Is understood
that one of the other refiners prh
nfely made a purchase on the same
baslB. Yesterday and' this morning
tho Amerlcnn Sugar Keflnlng Com
pany took 10, 000 bags to 60,000 bags
more, for April shipment, on the ba
sis of 3.00c. Speculators are buyers
of second half May fchlnmcnt, at 3Hc
cost and freight, the equivalent at
4. 48", 4c duty paid, and some further
business was done, tor shipment to
Knglnnd, op tho basis of 3 00c f. o.
b. Cuba. Thls'afternoon, owing to
the slight reaction abroad, the mar
kot Is not quite eo firm, and soma
Cubas for prompt shipment aro offer
ed at 3,00c cost anil freight, and not
Inltcn, Kor May shipment hollers arp
asking 3 1-lGc cost and freight, and
at the closo both buyers and sellers
nro holding off, apparently content
to nwalt further developments. Tho
spot market remains unchanged, on
tho basis of 4.3Gc duty paid for DO"
centrifugals, 3.8Co duty paid for 89
Muscnvadoes, nnd 3.16c duty paid
for 89" molasses Bugars. Receipts
continue largo, amounting to 76,242
tons for tho weok, compnrcd with
meltings of 42,000 tons, Messrs. Wll
lett & dray llguro the total stocks
at the four ports as 330,076 tons,
against 297,341 tons last year, and
the ntloats to the United States 90,
000 tons, as compared, with 91,000
n )car ago, with tho total stocks In
tho United States and Cuba together
as 080,076 tons, against 601,341
tons last year, nn Increase of 84,734
tons Tho world's visible supply on
April 7th was 3,240,000 tons, as
compared with 3.440,000 tons In
CUBA. The situation In the Isl
nnd remains nbout tho same. Thojcrop
market Is quiet, hut steady, with nu . REFINED SUGAR.
weather, 6,617,000 tons were prodii
ed, so there U nothing new In tho
Information now coming to hand in
regard to sowings for next crop Tho
feeling on tho other side Is protty
I wen explained uy mo lonowing cor
respondence which wo hnvo from
Kurnpcnn friends, under date of
"Tho font me of tho last few dn)s
hns been tho active demand for new
crop, owing to the weather on tho
Continent being too cold, csncclnll)
In Austria, where thtre havo boen
heavy snow storms, thus causing
soma anxiety as to tho seeding.
Moreover, tho feeling Is tbnt it Is
safer now for speculators to buy new
crop at the dlscouut than to Incrcaso
their holdings of the near positions,
which liao now attained such n er
high level. At the samo time, there
nre many who think that wo aro go
ing to see considerably higher prices
for tho old crop In the summer, ow
ing to the fact that thero is such a
scarcity of sugar all oer the Contln
"Tho German rahrlcants" stock of
unsold 88 per cent bict hns Just been
Issued and tho quantity Is only 29,-
400 tons nt tho end of March, as
against 76,200, 78,760 nnd 181,300
at tho same time In tho preceding
'October has bebn in special. de
mand 12s lUd lias Just been paid
for this position, and, seeing that
It tho crop, Is Into ....nro may bo quite
u squeeze In sugar at that time, do
you not think you could get us somo
buying orders for this delivery? Of
Octobor-Detembcr there nro buyers
ut Ha 10'4d und Novembor-Deceui
bor has been done nt llsV4d."
Another writes, under date of
"Tho market on this side has been
perfectly stea'dy, and towards the
qlosc, rather llrmer, upon flunia's es
timate pt 1,600,000 tons mln , 1,676,
000 tons mux. Thero seeing no pro
bability of Europe going down now
that the icsult In Cuba polntB to
only n limited addition to supplies
from that quarter to tho U. K. With
half the season over, and still a de
ficit In Europe of 400,000 tons, it U
dlrilcult'to seo where any weuknoss
Is to tome from on tills side tho new
Again We Offer
signs of weakness on the part of been uo change In tho situation, The
ABOUT TWELVE Ships hau been WOW) 18 rcceUcd from 8)dne) N.
engaged during tha past few weeks S, V., that tho Aorangl has been
to load coal at Newcastle, N, 8. W. bought by tho Union Steamship Com
for Pnrtlnnrl ' Tim nntiins of tho col- uauy of Now Zealand, which will in-
llers uio being withheld for tho pre- stall now boilers In the ossel and
hont. Their cargoes will aggregato In spend a considerable sum on n sen
the neighborhood ot 36 000 tons of eral overhauling, such as was glou
fuel. Tho first of the fleet Is expect- tho old Mlowera previous to her np.
ed to nirlvo thero early In July, nnd penranco as tho Maltal.. Tho Aorangl
from that tlmo on thoy will bo string will probably go Into tho Australia
Inc along until late In the fall I coasting sonlco.
EHJ-DULLeTIN ADS PAY-TKC I JMT"For Sale'' cards at Bulletin.
generally drj in tho Island, and
grinding goes on steadily, Guma
cnblcs that the f)tnl iccolpts up to
March 31st nro 1,000,827 tons, us
compaied with 829,000 tons In 1909,.
663,000 tons, In 1908, und 1,017,192
tons In 1907t If wo estimate the
production. In April at 280,000 tons,
Ma) 126,000 tons, June 40,000 tons.
tho W. J. McCahan Sugar Helming
Cumpaii) (ontlnue to namo a price of
6.1 Gi, for shipment within 7 da)S,
shipping instructions to bu given at
the time of purchase. None of tho
other rcllneis will sell under 6,26c,
taBh less 1 per cent., f. o. h. Now
York, and nt this price tho Perioral
Sugar Keflnlng Company Is willing
and the balance ot tho )oar 100,000 to book contracts, with 28 da)s dc
tons, wo havo n total production of lay prl lieges. At tho moment thero
1,635,827 tons. With cry favorable Is noU much no.v business, as tho
grinding weather It Is possible tlintj trade are confining themsehes to
this may bo exceeded a trlllo. On making withdrawals against old put.
tho other hand, larly mills would chases,
cut the crop short. While continued', o
dry weather would tend to Increase BORN,
tho presont crop, it would certalnl) , '
Injure tho next' crop, harly rums wmwFIKM) Horn nt tho I'rosldlo
would havo exactly the oppslto effect,
curtailing tlio production this )enr,
but grenlly benefiting the enno lo hn
ground next )ar, which has been
suffering from drought
EUROPE. Tbe market ubroad Is
of Shu I'ranrlsco, Cul.. Mnich 3ft
1910, n Bon, Sninuel Wilson Wlddl
Held, Jr.. to 111" wife of I.lclit. fl
Wlddlllold, 8th U. 8. Infantr),
OB-'Tor Salo" cards at liullctln.,,
1 :' '$M
XOU'LT, find it a pleasure to
do ousiness acre; not oniy
because of what you buy,
but because ot the way wc sell it to
The illustration is of one of the
suits we are selling for
It is rich in simplicity and follows
the ideas of the high priced Eastern
tailors. Wc show them in extensive
variety of the most pleasing patterns
your eyes ever beheld.
The price TWENTY DOLLARS.
parlor 'is the
latest move in the un
dertaking line, whero
families can be accom
modated with sleeping
kitchen and bathroom.
Call and inspect. 34
M. E. Silva's . Res. Undertaking Parlors
34 Chaplain Lane, opp. Catholic Sisters
Phone 179 N,SM 10W
" ' ' ' "i i gMai iMi tttuMiiMLBMMBHLBBtiBttttttttB
Gives a richlyjtinted gloss
finish in perfect imitation of
any selected natural wood.
Apply it on floors, furniture,
chairs, wickcrware, etc. It
will make marred or scratch
ed pieces look like new.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO STREET
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
C0ESET COVERS .., lSo. to 75c. Apieco
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apieoo
SHIRTWAISTS 50c. to $1.50 Apieco
INDIGO now 5o. a Yard
FLANNELETTE .'...12 Yards for (1
Big Lot ot LADIES' BELTS 5o. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25o.
, BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
Li. AlLOy, NuuanuSt