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EVErJnb BULLETIN, HOOLUUT. T. K., TUESDAY, MAY 8, I?1Q.
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Shoes lor Men
The Standard of Shoe Quality
Latest inrFashionable Lasts
All Leathers. All Widths
Bals and Oxfords
M'lnerny Shoe Store
Fort St.", just above King
The Warm Weather
will soon be with us, and you will
want a change to the
I can show you some choice loca
tions. Make Your Choice Now'
I W. Piatt
P. 0. Box 451, 125 Merchant St.
Phones C02 and 1367
in our Savings Department,
and this interest is com
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
.Stpp Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phono 953. 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
P. H. BUBNETTE
t'om'r. of Deeds for California Add
Hew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant .Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney 'for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT 81
TTnNnT.UT.ni phone am
Chas. 'R. Frazier
i-Uul.LtTtN AU3 PA
WHEN IN .NEED OF
of any description
PAPER cV SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen. Streets
GEO. G. GUILD - .-Manager
That Will of.
YOU KNOW THE PARTICULAR
NEEDS OF THE DIFFERENT MEM
BERS OF YOUR FAMILY. THEN
WHY ALLOW THE LAW TO STEP
IN WHEN YQU CAN DO THIS BY
MAKING A WILLI WE CAN AT-
TEND TO THE DETAILS.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
House and Lot
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LARGE TRACT 0FXAND
off LUS0 STREET, above Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence. Nice Manic-
nie lawn; some fruit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post-
Wait; Building 74 S. King Street
Alfred D. Ccopor '
Hawaiian StocksMil Bonds
'307 JIIDD BUILDING
Telephone 480 F. 0. Bos C07
Stock and -Bond Broker,
83 .MERCHANT SI.
F. 0. BOX 628.
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, Mny 3.
NAMH OP STOCIC
Ewa plantation Co
Hnwallan Agrlo. Co
Haw. Com A ing. Co. , . ,
Hawaiian Sugir Co
Ifonomu Buga. Co.
Honokdn Sugar Co
lfnlkil Sngar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Pl.lnt. .
Kehuku Plantation Co. .,,
It ekcha Sugar Co
McDryde Sugar Co
uabu sjugar CO
Ononicn SiKra' Co
Ookalt Sugar Co
Dim Sugar i.'c. L.tu
Pn pihau Sugui" Plant. Co.
Pat lllcBugar Mill
P-tl-i Plantation Co
V" leokcn Sugar Co
Wuialua Agrle Co
WMluku Sugar Co
Wnlmannlo Sugar Co
Waimcn Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-IslandSteam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hnn.It.T.&L Ca.Pref. .
lion. R. T. & I. Co . Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . ..
Nahlku Ruboer Co.,
Nahlku Rubbor Co.. Ana. .
Oahu II. & I.. Co
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . .
Hnw.Ter.4 (FIroCI.) ..
Haw. Gov't. 5 .-. .'..
Cal. IlPet Sug. & Rcf. Co. 6
Haiku Sugar Co. C
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6b
Haw. Irr. Co.. Cs 43 pel. .
Haw. lrrgtn. Co., 6a
Haw. Com. & Sug. Co. 1
JIllo II. K. Co., Issue 10D
Hllo R R. Co., Con 6 ...
Uonokaa Sngai Co., 6 ..
Kauai Py. Co.. 6s
Kohala Ditch Co. 6s
McDryde Sugar Co. C ...
Oahu n. & L. Co5
Oahu Sugar Co. 6
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
roc HUB. Mill to. 68
Pioneer Mill Co. U
Walalua Agrlc. Co. 6 ...
Sales Uetwccn Hoards: 10 Wala
Ilia, S134; 13000 Hllo Ex. Gs,'198 50;
S300II Hllo Ex. Cs. 18.50; J3000 Hllo
1901 Gs, $100; S1000 McDryde Cs, S99;
SO O. It. & I.. Co.. SMS; 10 O. n. & L.
Co., $145; SO Oahu Sug. Co., S30; 50
Hllo ny, Co Com.JID. Session: 20
Oahu Sug. Co., J30; 3 Walalua. $133.
5 Hon. II & M. Co., $11; 10 1. I. S. X.
Latest sugar quotation 424 cents or
$84.80 per ton.
Reels, 4s 7 l-2d
BEHRf WATEItKUO&E IRUST CO.
Mimo.n Honolulu tttacK .id 60 m
FORT ANU VRWuMANT 8T8
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock nnd
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & (iiffard
STOCK ANDlB0ND BROKERS'
Members Ilonolnlu Stock and Bond
848 KAAHUMANU STREET
bTOOKS .AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Cnttoi:. Kelll & Co. Ltd.. beor to
k ...! (.. ni......
day, 5th .u,, they will oecup,
new offlces at their works, Second
and South streetfl, Kakaako,
A new supply of the hnce nickel)
pads has just come in. ' Two hun-J I
drcd sheets for five cents, at the! I
An'ns, $4 per hour l-owls Stablea .(
Mrs, Davison, fashionable rtressiuak
er. Rooms 71-72 Young building. i
Phone f. and ask for Manuel Itlclnrl
when iin wunt an aulomoMlo. Hovon
seated Chalmers-Detroit late model.
TI10 children nro nlwnya hippy vhen
nu hnto n enso of our sodn In tli
houso Distilled water at Consolidated
Soda Water WorkB. Telephone 71.
Call it' the ahow tooma ami Ket
twenty-five Orren StnmrR free. Every
thing In the show room Is free fo.'i
uroen SlimpB. Call today or any diy.
Dorntanta opposite Klro Station.
At the aosalon of tho Slllenl(, Court
yoetcrday two cjibos wcro nrguod, I10H1
coming from tho lower court on i-cpp-Hour.
Tho first was that of M.iiuM
Oarcla by hlil next friend Anlnnlo (tar
da, and Iho other wan that ot .M01P4
Miller vermis William Chiirman.
Jmlgn rtoliliiHon thla nioiulng grant-
oil an nliKilitto dhnrco lo Enrlnio Dot-
to front IiIb Wlfo Mary, tin groundu ot
nduHory, Tho oouple were nnrrlAt
In Honolnlu, July 17. 1907, nnd tho pe
tition for dlvnrco wai filed by the hut
band on Mr.irli 2.S of thin yoir,
'J he Auto l.lvrr fjo. J'hnjii. r, In now
under tho managenirnt of (Julnn Itc'i
and Qulnn, eleven flrat c;rn Tscatnd
carBj Paclcards, Thomas-Klj erB, etc.
Hnunj-tho lalaud trlpi a specialty, 6
passengers, $ 10.00. Ilest city nor
-QUICK FALL AND RISE
Refiners' Take Advantage of Depres
sion and Gather In Quantities
Increased India Crop Attracts
Wlllctt & Gray's Sugar Journal for
April 21 icpnrta an followH on tho raw
sugar market conditions of that data:
Statistics py Special Cables Cuba.
Tho six principal ports: Uecclpts,
47,000; Exports, 39,000; Stock, SCO U00,
against 333.000 tons lait year; centrals
grinding 149, ngalniL irS.,last wrick
nnd unknown number on account ot
rains In 1909 nnd 47 lit 1008.
Stocks In tho United States nnd
Cnln together of 731,103 tomtnRalnit
C97,5D0 tons Inst week anil UGSJUO tom
Inst )uar, an increase of GS.293 tons
from last )car.
Uuropo. Stock In Kuropo, 2 1C3O0O
tons, against 2.551,009 tons last jeir.
Visible SUFPiy-Total stock 'ot Kn-
ropo and America. 2,807.103 tons
against 3,21G,810Mnns last ear at the
snmo uneven daten. Tho docrenso of
stock la 319.707 tons, ngnlmit a de
crease of 351,551 list week. Total
stocks nnd adnata together show a vis.
Iblo supply of 3,023 103 tons, iftntnst
3.322 810 tons last year, or n decrease
or, 299,707 tons.
Haws. Tho feature of tho week re
quiring first attention Is the somewhat
rcmarkablo movements going on In Iho
Thc tlolent break noted last week
stopped at lis. for bsct sugar and 11,4,
Od. for cane Javas en Saturday, rol.
lowed by almost as quick a rally as tho
break, to 14s. Cd. for beet at the close.
This prompt recovery Is tmuamil.
Wo said last v.eek "it v. Ill tnko. ttmo
to reproduco tho former stable posi
tion." Usually this Is the caso under
similar circumstances, and this np
parent cxcoptlon simply intensifies
tho strong baste conditions on whjch
tho present sugar campaign rests, and
confirms our vlowa then given for cpu
slderably higher prices for sugar later
on In tho campaign, both 'abroad and
hero. Our opinion in our paper of
March 31st Ih without change for this
Our rcflnora took nil thq ndtanta;-
posslblo from tho temporary depioa
Red -market conditions, and secured a
fnlijy good oxeess of nearby bupp'U'j
which they did not actually ned but
necoptcd at thq concession made by
selloru. Offer)) to sell Into Mny an I
Juno shipments, howetcr, were net
rlargo onough to supply tho demand,
Sales of tho week Included 200,000
hags Cuba centrifugals at 2?hC. c. and
f.. 9G test (4.24c). Including both Now
Orleans nnd Uoston options, at same
prleo;' 14.000 bags Porto I(lco centrif
ugals sold later at 4.27c. per lb. for
April op early May shipment, nnd on
tho better beet mnrkcl, 50 000 to 100,
000 bags Cubas sold at 2 1 51 fie. c, anl
t. for Mny Hhlnment.
Other naleB at tho closo wero 2.9tc.
c. and f. (4.30c.) for prompt shipment
raising tho Bpot quotation to 4.30e, per
Hi, against 4.2Ic tin! lowest point of
Cuban nowB favors 1.700,000 tons
cron: 149 centrnls grinding, against
158 last week, (Last year not report
ed owing to hcaty rains causing many
to stop temporarily nna Btart again i
nceclptH 47,000 tons, against 60.001
InnB nrotloiis week, and 28O00, ton.
(for corresponding wctk last year,
United States lour I'ons receipiB
for week 77 553 tons; meltings 48,000
tons; stocks In United States and
Cuba togother 734,103 tons, against
005,810 tons Inst year.
India attracts considerable attention
on account of Its incroased crop, nnd'
for tho fact that horetofnro llttlo or no
attention 'Iibb been paid to, the' Influ
ence of that count) y on tho markots
!if thn world
TaVa Migar than in pre!ous yoara,
thus releasing eonio supplies for tho
iCuropoan market, but -not enough to
make Importnnt changes In statistical . IN THE CIltCUIT COUIIT bK TUB
stipplloi. ' 'Klrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Tho United Kingdom statistic, gl- '
en elsewhere, n!mw 11 llttlo icllcf to At Chambers. In Probate. In tho
tho situation there. tmportB over last matter of the Hstate of Jnmea II.
jenr IncreiBPl 32.3C2 tons, and stocks,,,.., ...,, - .,, ,J
nrn M II0O Imia lirrror r-V,n.nm.ln ll0. DeeCISClI. P. 3272. NotlcO U
linn ot or. Inat 221)00 tniM, tntllieneol
pintiubly h) tlm higher prlecM.
At thu cliwo our innrket ronllniios to
Improvo on u healthy steady advnncd
without excitement, the latest sales
being at 4 30c. prompt and 4 33c. for
May. Second week May clcaianco
Hold nt 4 3Cc. c. and r. i " """ """ """ "i-i-""
Huropoan lnijcrg uUi tool Cub.li "me and plnco for hearing the Petl
for 2.92c. f. o. b ngnliist low iale ri- ttnn ot Helen A. Cuxhlnghnm, Ad-
ecntly of i.7Sc, f. o. I. Tho former ud-
tanrej pueo or ic. r. o. n. ror Kiiroim
Ii Indicated ni booh pinellcablo again.
A iciKirt of n colored leader ntartlng
an Insurrection In one Cuban district
Is not taken seripiiBly here.
Refined Indications from thn raw
sugar sta:uIHilnt all point to an ad
vance In refined almrst Immediately.
thn fruit season Is now near enough
nt hand to help along a new demand
Somo of our correspondents lit tho
West rejsirt Botero dnmago to small
fruits In Homo sections Iowa purtle
liatl) but hero at tho Iist no damaro
Is reported, nnd tho critical period for
frosts seems to havo passed by.
Hotter carry n full supply of refined
this season and make unusually satis
factory profits therefrom.
(Continued from Face
charge this morning, claTml'ig that
ho was 111 and therefore unable to
work, had he wished lo take U em
ployment of any Kind.
A wltncu named Tbomnsrtho Is
nt present nt work oh ono c( the
tipcountry plantations. i requl'Cdby
tho proscrutlon. Ho Iibb been sum
moned and Is expected to le 1 resent
nt tourt tomorrow morning.
It is said that .the posecutton Is
In potsesslon ot certain lettirs and
corre-roudenco alleged to have been
written by the licensed men, 1 1 which
It Is s n'ed that unless the Russian,
peoplo now lit lug In trretshed.
squalor nt Iwllel eninp n"o provided
with Hitltab'o nnd mora rrmi neratlve,
employment than tluit offered by the
plantation liaerestB, iney will rise
up and riot, and revolution will fol
low. Tho threat that deaths will followl
Is also alleged as also Incorporated
In the correspondence 'now held by.
the prosecuting officers.
Attcrney-Cenornl IJemonwny and
City mil County Projecutlng Attor
neys Cnthcnrt nnd 'Mllvertou nre
lioklng after tho pooplo'g side
the enro. The llusslaiis thus
havo no legal counsel.
I no lliuslaiia hnvo becomo more
bold since tho Incipient riot of Bomej
cvonlngs ago. They thronged the!
courtrcom and tho corridors, loading
to the tilbunal this morning.
Across the street nnd .along the
Merchant street stdo of tho Postofllce
and tho Japanese hank, n hundred or
moro men, women nnd children
nwnlted tho npjicaranfe of those of,
their countrymen who braved the
prcscuio of tho pollco and attended
tho trial ot their leaders.
Howoter. not tho slightest dem-J
qnstrntlou was made. Tho crowd
was extremely peaceful -nnd law
abiding. When requested to clear
the sidewalks, they willingly com
piled. a '
Tradition wins again. A Chicago
jmlKO hun decided that beating hnr
husband with n rolling pin Is ono ofJ
woman's Inalienable rlglitB. Toledo
"Who Is tho gentleman seated In Iho
lnrao touring car!"' "That, Is the, poctj
laureate or a well known biscuit lac-,
tory." Illrmlngliam ge-I Icrald.
Two dollars n mllo Is the passenger
tariff on tho new Oerman airship lino,
Naturally this sort of travol comci"
Radium ras travel 10,000 mllo'J a
second, almost as fa3t as had news.
Tho two-faced Individual la ant to
got tt tu the neck.
.'TT'OUNG MEN who arc .particular
- about looking dressy- and' that"' in
cludes nearly all young men in 'these
days will be glad to see our iicw '
clothes. Some of the new fashions for
young men are exceptionally good;
the cut and finish are exceedingly
smart; and we can promise any of you
something out of the ordinary.
SUVA'S TOGGERY, iaj).
lier,,J- Klven that Monday, thn mth
day of June, 1910, nt ten n'elorlc n.
m., Iicfmo the Third Judge of the
nbovo pniitlpil rmirt nt hi ,nnrt.
roonl ln tho jM(ilclary lliilidlng. nt
i01.oIlllu ..,, of 0-n.. Tcrrii0ry
0' oiiuu. ismni or oahu. Termor)
nriln xrrt II ln a linn n iitiril sifml n.. Innl
mlnlstrntrU of the Hstute of the
ni,0vo nnmod Jame It. Holt, iliwns.-.
,,, fn. .,.., ,... of ,,. ,-.n.
Accounts, tho distribution of xald
Jxtate, and her discharge as suchi
Administratrix; and that all per-1
ton Interested iriny then and there!
appear nnd show cruise. If any thcyJ
have, why snld Petition should not)
bo granted, nnd may present ovl-i
dence ns to who are entitled to said
properly. Dated nt Honolulu, this
3rd dny of May, 1910. 1IY Till!
COintT: M. T. SIMONTON, Clerk
of said Court. i .
4009 May 3, 10. 17, 24.
GREAT VALUES IN
Our White Goods sale has been
highly successful. And it should '
be so, for values like we are offer
ing this week seldom occur.
The assortment is very varied
Flaxons, Sherette, Chiffon,
.Batiste, Linen Cambrics,
Mercerized Mull Muslins,
Piques, Madras Shirtings,
Nainsooks, Long Cloth,
India Linens, etc., etc.
The Sale Will Continue. All, This
KING STREET.-NEAR FORT
a, JSm uour
LEWERS & C00KE, LTD.
J77 So. King Street