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KVKNINO IIUL.I.KTIN, IIUNUI.ULO, T. H., VI.n.'n3DAY, MAY 18, 1910
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roaches, waterbugs, etc. Money back if it fails.
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STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO. - CHICAGO, ILL.
OF THE WORLD
Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - '20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing out at - $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN J
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER ' OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of peat beauty and grandeur, unique In Its
ossemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A QuicR,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects nt Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. IEHMER. Trnflln Manager. Y. V. It R Merced. Cal.
Drought In Cuba. May
I Decrease Next Year's
I I'rfrct nf lllO pluM'ilt ilintltti (ill till)
Cuban murAi- emp f noxt year Id nl
ready living dlirmintrd In tin- susir
ninrkul and ncnon tn mmuo sood
rices for noxt vc.ir. Wlllctt & drny'ii
Sonar Journal for Mny S dual with
the Kltunllnn iih follows:
Visible Supply. TiiIhI Murk of Kit
roP and Anicilca, 2 !''! 5.2 ton
njMltmt 3,233 801 tniiK ?fy:ir at tlio
sinm iiiiuvon dati'8. Tin- iIccicuhc of
Mock In 332.249 loim. nmlntit n do
crennn of 323.9IS lat week. Tntil
Mck and ullintK toRcthur show ix'vIk
HiIp Mipply r 3.021. .lo. toiiH ncilust
3 3 1 1. Sdl Uiiih last juar, or a dccroimo
of 320.2 19 toiia.
Raws. Tlio Knropran inarkots con.
tlnnc In pneni tlnj rotirno of tlio W4
ar markclH ginnrntly The upward
turn of prornpl lirt wm-ir from H.
per cwt. f. ii. Ii. Ilatnliurc continued
, diirlnj; tlio wck under ictlow. tlio
rloie IicIiik nt 14n. HVd.. the lilgheHt
i Kilnt of the current campalcn. Auk-
1 list lie'tB, thr rloslnc delivery of tlm
present liet crop season Is quoted at
lis, llVid.. which will probably look
cheap beforo that lime, cornea.
It Is poRidhle that some 'of our re
liners nee this prosiH'i't and have se
cured during tlm week Mime of the.
Jnva crop for July shipment (Septem
ber nrrlvnl) at basla of 13m. lVJil. r.
and f., cqunl to 4.r0c. per pound land
ed agalnM cost of 0.19c. per pound
for August beet (September arrival).
Our roflnerti havo availed tlicmsclvc.i
of the absence of Kuropcan buyers In
uuiia tn nccuro Just as largo a qnan
, llty of centrifugals as was practicable
i without advancing prices too much.
I YV estimate that 75.000 tons covers
the business, andithls amount was se
cured nt fiom 4.24c per pound to
4 30a spot Insls, with late May nnd
June shipments nt Insls of 3c. 3 l-32r.
nnd 3 1-lfic. r. nnd f. dually for Juno
The latest offerings of .Invn sugar
for July-August Fhlpmtnt arc- at 13s.
3d. per cwt. c. and f. (4.3(!c. landed).
Culm seems finally to huvo reached"
the point where selling Is become less
urgent, especially for the futnro
months. Our nnalysls of the Cuba
crop to date shows estimated produc
tion to Mny 3d of 1,381.000 tons,
ngalnst last year same time 1,210,000
If this excess bo added to the total
crop figure of last venr It would make
this year's crop l,Ti84,582 tons. Tlio
j receipts of 42,000 tons nt six ports
iiiun indicate largo siocks still at
plantations; 31 estates stopped grind
ing this week; 76. 38. 10, 11, 9 Indi
cate the rnte of closing Inst year for
the correspopdlng next five weeks of
Wo must tnko notlco of the effect of
the drought In Cuba on the next crop.
Although there Is time Tor the recup-
prntlnn nf (tin f-ntm nlron.lv iilnntoil
' VAt 1hn BAplnna flllnntl.in n, l.o i.in.
... v.v ... ....... , ...U ...w-
' .n..t In tl.nl tlin ..nl.I.I iln.llll.na nl t...
iiii-iil in null- nic uniiui nuilllltK- HI Jiloi
this period cannot bo mado. No doubt
the KuroHan bpcculnfors In tho noxt
ieet crop contracts will noon rccog
tilzo this feature of tho future as a
bull argument, which It undoubtedly
Is, considering (ho modcrnto Increase
hf sowings for the next Kuropcan best
Wn hflvn nri -ni-nr nyrhAnirn hern
J (oxcept locally n New Orleans) nnd
.hence but fow sugar speculators hern.
I The much higher basis of values In
tho Kuropeun sugar exchanges dls-
courages our (.ometlino speculators
from participating In future contracts
over there, as tins been ciihtom.iry In
times paM, although It Is pretty evi
dent already that bucIi contracts for
August, September anM October deliv
eries would pay handsomely.
U. 8. Kour Ports recelpta were
small, 38,282 tons, with meltings 48.
000 tons, and purchases of supplies for
nrrlvnl seem .Insufllclent for nny very
considerable length of tlmo.
Further Improvement In price and
demand is a question of time.
PAUL DE LONGPRE
Paul do Longpro, his wife nnd
youngest daughter aru enjoying im
mensely their two months acatlon to
Honolulu nt Wnlklkl bonch, and nro
moie than ever In lovo with tho place.
They, already, aro planning to como
back next ycor.
rortland bus ofnclully Invited Sec
rctnry James Wilson, Paul do I-ong-pre
nud I.uthor Ilurlmtik as tho threo
BiieatB of honor of that city, for ono
weok, during tho groat Hose Festival
In June, Mr. do Ixingpru, being very
tired through ovorwprk, had to decllno
tho Invitation, us ho had plumied to
havo his two months rest in Ilonolu
lulu, and snmu as lust year, enjoy
again two oftho happiest months In
TRAVEL TO COAST SUPERVISORS SCORE
IS NOT HEAVY ONE ON TERRITORY
The pioposed amendments to tho
' Organic Act In rolatlon to land mat
; ters, will give power to tho Lund Com
missioner to turn over land now occu
pied to the residents thereon If they
so.deslie without tho IliriuaUty o put
ting It tip at auction.
This pluiso if thu situation Ih of
much Interest to tho.H who occupy the
lands at wnlolilini und they aie most
di-slrniin Mini no sale of IIiobo-.! iniln
bo nuiilii till uflor Ciiiirioir shall luivo
Sierra Sails Today With
Tincl to tho Pacltlc Coaslls ex
ticmely light, If tho Hit carried by
tho O.e.inlc slcninrhlp Sierrn, Kill
ing for San Finticlsco at 10 o'clock
this morning, can be taken as n cri
terion. The florin pulled nwny from tho
Oceanic do-k amid th'o cheers of hun
dreds af people nnd the bl.irj of band
melody, with but ninety passengers
occupying llr.t - class uciommodn
tlons. There ftis a large number of empty
stnteriiuihi awaiting the occupancy
of tho "marooned" tourist or million
alio obeying the Imperative call to
Tho O trail I c steamer could hnvo
oa!ly tnken-one hundred and thirty
live additional cabin passengers, let
alone 'the number who could hnvo
left the Islands by tho other classes
Tho Sierra, however, left with u
full cargo, which, niter air, jitstlllcs
tho maintenance of n vessel of her
Flio und rluiractcr on the llonoliilu
San Francisco run.
To Board Of
Nature provides moro effective
remedies In the roots und herbs nf
the Hold than wcro ever produced
Thirty )cars ngo, I.ydla IJ, Plnlc
liaui of I.) mi, Mnra., discovered und
gave to the women of tho world a
remedy made from roots and herbs,
which has proved moro efficacious lu
cnrlng women's diseases than any
other medicine the world has ever
known, nnd today L.dla K. Pink
ham's Vegctnblo Compound Is look
ed upon everywhere as the standard
remedy for women's Ills.
MAJOR GENERAL ELLIOTT TO RE
TIRE fROM MARINE CORPS
What Is believed wlil prove tho set
tlemclit of n long drawn out nnd spli
lied contention existing between the
Tctrttorlnl Hoard or Health nud tho
City fltld County Hoard of Supervisors
Is the decision which has b;cn handed
down by (lovcrnor Frear, who" nftcr n
vlFltatlon from :i special romniltteo of
city faOicis, Is decLired to havo
prompt y agreed that nil quarantine!
work In tho City nud County of IIoihk
i lulu belong"d cxcluslcly to tho
Hoard of Health.
I Since the Inception of county gov-
iPrnnicnt frequent clashes of author
ity and responsibility hnvo existed
between the munlrlpiUlty and tho Tor-
Irltory ronrernlng health matters.
The little matter or a bill of $15
for- garbage sorUru u Iwllel camp,
I which work was done, by tho rlty led
I to n dispute which cawed the account
tn be brought before tho highest trib
unal of tho Territory for settlement.
Members Aytett, McClellan nnd Log
Tin met flovcrnor Frenr by spccinl ni
iHiltitnient (nrnrmint? him nf ' their
' stieclnl Instructions from tho Hoard
of Supervisors that the City and Coun
ty should have nothing to do with
quarantine nt Iwllel or elsewhere. Tho
Oovernor promptly admitted Hint
quarantine work li-longcd cxcluslely
to tho Hoard of Health, but gnva his
opinion Hint tho Ilusslan Immigrants
nt Iwllel, about whom tho questions
arose, wcro now lawfully In tho coun
try nud no longer under tho caro or
tho Hoard of Immigration.
Tho Governor said that tho county
i illuuurilll'B Bllinili! iin-iinie nil IKfllU
and garb'igo service that might bo-
como necessary on ncrount of those
or nny other pcop'n In the country.
The roiumltleo liellovo thnt this Is
Hie right light In which to view tho
matter. If the people, who pay tlm
taxes, do not liko tho way In which
immigrants nre brought Into tho Ter
ritory nnd Hllowed to become public
chargCB In any manner. It Is up to tho
peoplo to provide against such a sl.it o
of affairs through their representa
tives In tho legislature.
MONEY 18 ALL THAT8 NEEDED.
Tho residents of Hohron Avenue, In
Knlimikl district will some day havo
a lino thoroughfare lending past their
premises If the City and County cof
fers will stand for tho expense of Im
proving the street. A fuvorablo re
port has been received fromthe Road
Committee, who tlnd that tho grading I
of tho street from Kapahulii Road to
Ul.ll. A. ........ In ..nn... n -J .t t. n '
C31AII1 HVl'ltUM lit IIVLVPBai; I111U inn
Supervisors would, order tho work per
formed were sufficient finances avail
able to do so.
What the average man wants'
when he mnrrlcs Is it home with all
tho comforts of a club. Philadelphia
We make them (or every
purpose and guarantee the
quality. Our work' is well
known among; business men
as the best in the city.
WASHINGTON, May 1. To wlu
tho fiuor Of President Toft ono of tho
most umbltlous nnd oxteiislvo cam.
palgns over undertaken by nny of tho
military services Is row gong on lu
tho marine corps. Tho prlzo is tho
cominiHsiuii us major general com
mandant lu succession to Major Hon
oral Oeorgo F. Klllott, who rcliies from
the hcrvlco within tlio noxt month, A
half dozeu men nro lu lino for tho po
sition, and all nru putting roith uory
effort to win tho favor of President
JIIHEIT 1HUJR OTT CUE
Ono hundred and fifty persons of
various nationalities wcio convicted In
the District Magistrates court durlsg
Iho month of April, according to a Jo
ioit whlrji Sheriff Janctt has (Hod
with Mayor Joseph J. Fom,
Jntrett states that out of 212 nr
rests mado by tho city pollco dopait
ment during the month past 7G wero
discharged. The arrests Included 38
HawallRiis, 28 Chinese U Jupuncse, 9
Portuguese, and H of' other national
ities. Tho llbt of offetibcs Included. 50
Ramblers, 51 drunks, 33 assault mid
biijlnry,,!! larceny, 8 vngiants, 2 for
llcOillesit ill Ivlnir r '
j The Pollco Court yielded 11274,30 In
fiili-n Ulljl limit
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