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Plantation end Country
BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by-
J. A. Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
SOON GO UP
I visible supply ot 2.401,265 tons,'
I against 2,(11,1129 tons last year, or n
decrease ul 110.361 tons.
Iiaws. The interesting foituro
I thlJ vvceK tn o.lr .-port 6 the cutis-1
tic , ut mo tolai toil. a. nn. on ot su j.u '
in the L nltcu mate tur the ol
months endma June Uutli ot this year
us compared with the bhiiip peiioua
of two preceding oau These figures
show cunuuiuptlnii of 1,G1 1.820 tons,
ngnlnst 1.G02.H07 long List year, nnd
1,5SU,8I9 tons In IMS. It will ho nolo.)
from the Invisible slocks of refined, I
mostly in rellners' hands, that the '
mc.tlngs or production of refine.! (
nr has hecn Krenler than the require-
Closed Hennery Reduces Meltings
Larpc Demand for Refined Sugar
Cuban Weather Conditions! meats for consumption. Ihls liivlst
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
-.-Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Iron Where It's Coo!
ALL THE DISCOMFORTS OF IRONING VANISH BE
FORE The Electric Iron
IT IS AS ESSENIIAL IN THE MODERN HOME AS
TELEPHONE 090 AND OUR SOLICITOR WILL CALL.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Wins Heart of
Maid From the
OMAHA (Neh), July ll.-Ily Jus
tice of the Peace Cockerll, Mutsuzo
Shcfu, a Japanese graduate of (.eland
Stanford University and now the trav
eling representative of a Japanese tin
porting house of Now York, wns mar
ried hero today In MIrs Dorothy Mil
ler, a pretty urn! well-connected white
Klrl of Chicago. Their meeting here
was Ivy appointment. The Ktoom Is
21 ami the hildo 111 years of age.
The couple had considerable diffi
culty In finding any one who would
peiform Iho ceieniony. Tho hrldo Is it
memhor of the Catholic church, and
after securing" tho license the couple
visited n niimlier of priests, all of
whom refused to tic tho nuptial knot.
Then they tried Protestant ministers,
hut with no hotter success. As n lns
resort they went to tho oinco of tho
Justice, who married them.
Mrs. Shofu snys she first met her
Japanese hushand nt the home of her
mother In Chicago, where she was In
(induced to him 1 a Japanese ser
vant. "It was a case of love at first
sight." she says. "After that ho visit
ed me often, and I love him as much
as If his skin wns pure white."
Tho hrldo says her mother approv
ed of the malrh.
Wlllett ft dray's Sugar Trade Jour
nal for Jit 11 lep'irts as follows on
tho rnw Riigar market:
VISIBLE SUPPLY. Total slock of
Hurnpo nu I America, 2.U12.430 tons
ugilnst Z.i.s? S.'j ions InM year at tho
same uneven dalis. The decrease of
stock Is ". 393 tons, against a do
cioa?o of 1UI..1BI last week. Total
sti.cks ami afloat together show n
visible Kiiipl or 2.1K1, l.1(i Inns,
ngalnt 2,227.&2,i tuns Inst jcar, or a
decrease of 0J.393 tons.
RAWS. The week under rdvlew has
been tuiiisinlly quiet uud uneventful.
Only n small business was put
Ihiough, ami ovulations for this re
inaliied nt 4.33c per lb. until jester
day, when u cargo of I'orlo Itlco Cen
tilfugals due nl this irt was placed
to the Arliiiekle rellnory nt 1 3flc. per
lh the best hid on tlie market nt the
There are several huyeis nt this
iltCitallnn. however, anil It is fair to
think (lint this was an exceptional
salo and that the current market quo
tation will soon ho renewed' nt 1.33c.
per lb. hasls. because tho demand for
refined sugar is unevceptlonally Inrgc
nnd increasing and raw sugars wilt ho
much want m1 by some refiners if not
by nil. Sellers, ns n rule, nre not
urging their stock on Iho market, al
though on the basU of 3c. c. & f.
(1 36c) n considerable quantity can
be purchased In nil jKisltlons. Wo ex
pect to see this price made ugnlu dur
ing the present mouth.
From Culn, our weekly returns
show receipts of 0.000 tons, ngnlnst
2,000 tons last year, Increasing tho
present crop outturn to 1,81,1,582 tons,
provldod receipts from this tlmo for
ward cqti-il tho receipts during the
same period of Inst year.
The conditions for the growing crop,
ns rcgunls weather, continue moder
ately favorable, especially In sections
where fnrly good ralnB liavo hecn ox
pei Uncoil It Is too early yet to cstl
male the coining crop, although It will
ho no surprise If It proves to ho large.
' Messrs, (Iniun-Mejor give tho pres
ent crop production lo June 30lh ns
1,089.(175 Ions. .
Iteganlliig Kuiopenn beM crops,
general rains occurred ell over Kit
rope icccntly nnd where needed have
done much good, although In some
sections, the rnlns already received
linve been sufficient uml warm, dry
vvonthersls nuvv desired. Former dry
woilher was most severe In Itussla
and eastern Hungary nnd still more
rain would ho useful there, although
the ctoir is doing quite well. On the
Compare them with other brands of olives in the mar
ket and you will be instantly convinced of their superi
Sold by All Grooers
The "GrabowsKy TrucK"
1, Wi, 2 AND 3 TONS
The result of inaocessble power plant is neglect. The
quick detachable power plant is a decided innovation in
commercial cars, Ths removal of engine and transmission
is a one-man operation, and requites but a very few minutes,
. HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
W. M. MINTON. Mer.
Office 875 South S ree. Near Comer of King Street
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Mamli
STILL HANDS FIRE
Mental Condition Mutt Do Cstermln
ed by Italian Courts, Say Diplo
mats. WASHINGTON. Juy 14. Nn d el
slon has bi.'on 111.11I0 by the tlutu de
partment In the caso of I'ortcr Chnrl-
Ion, who Is alleged to have murdered
his wlfo In Italy. It may ho stated
itiilliorlliitlvily that tho state depart
ment has nothing whatever to do with
I bo caso except on lequcst of tho Ita
lian government, to dliect the authori
ties of the slate of New Jersey to hold
Charlton on chntgos that may ho pre
sented to tho examining miigistrulH or
United States commissioner before
whom ho Is to ho arraigned.
In the view of tho stale department
much apprehension exists as lu tho
status of the Charlton caso. Charlton
is In the custody ot the New Jersey
oiriclnls. In due tlmo he will lis nr
l signed hefoio an examining magis
trate. If tho evidence adduced should
he such ns would Induce tho magis
trate to hold the aroused for the crime
cliargod, tho muglstralo will certify
the evidence uud his findings In th-'
secictniy of st'ato. Tho secretary of
state will then evamluo the evidence
and If In his Judgm nt It should prove
11 proper caso for extradition u-re-riueat
from the llulluii government for
tho ivtiirn to Italy of the accuse 1
might ho entei tallied.
The sanity or Insanlly of the ac
cusal would cut no figure In the no.
tlnn of tho slate department. That
would bu a matter for tho determina
tion of tho courtH of Ituly. The mul
ing of the examining magistrate Is
concerned, If II should bo In favor of
tmS nccus' d. No review In the op
inion of tho state ilepaitment oIIIjIiiIs.
would I'o possible.
If Porter Charlton should bo rniin I
liy the examining m iglstintc as not
guilty, or If u pi Inn faelo case shuuld
not ho made iig'duat him and !
should ho released, the stain depirt
ment would have no Jurisdiction over
other hand, In l'ranco and Ilelgliim
,.li,u Inin liitnn ftvcnaalvn Till until!
,',t .. i.nii.1.... hick ih.. rrn,.i'''l ""'l meltings diminished,
and field work, nnd wnrniT conditions
aie geiicrnlly desired.
From Mauritius, iiufnvorahlo wen
Iher has recently nffecled the growing
crffp, so that our correspondents now
estimate 200.000 tons, against 210,000
ions for iho present crop.
From Ilrnzll, wo learn that nn un
usually, largo crop Is expected this
vo'ir. from which crop no doubt the
Hulled Slates wilt participate- In to
bio will disappear during tlie last nl
mouths of tin? year.
I onsiderlng nil conditions of trade,
the actual consumption of sugar must
he considered satisfactory, nlthnu,;h
slightly iimler the normal.
'1 ho time for Improvement In prkoi
of raw nilgais has ut length arrived.
Tlu stuck. lield In Cub.) mo now u.i
dei lull coiitint, and prlcts run he uK
ed for the ruiuo nioro near lused
upon the price of beet sugars ot tho
new ciop lor U'duhor-lJecembor dcllv
er. 'I he present dlllerelice ul parity
hetween Centrifugals nnd new crop
beets for Oct -Dec. Is lie. per loll His.,
which difference can bo safely con
sidered to he eventually closed up. ns
'our leflners sooner or Inter must ilruvv,
to some extent at least, upon full
duly paving sugais before the next
Cuba ciop comes to maturity.
The we k under review shows nu
Improvement fiom 4.3uc. per lb., ini
test basis Centrifugals, to 1.33c. per
lb., the closing quotation, hut this dlf
feienco of ,1er per ion lbs. Is, at tho
close, vlitunlly nominal, as no busi
ness cnu bo done nt less than th?
l.3Cc. hasls which Is likely lo result
dining the coming week. August
clearance sold nt ,1c. c. & f. ut the
close. Selh-rs continue In contract
their otTerlngs wllhln narrower limits
mid, luncc, wo Infer Unit continued
Impinvcnienl In prices, even although
slow, must follow.
Kurope. nlso. has undergone n fnv
inahln change 111 prices during tho
week, licet quotations last week were
lis. lu'jil. f. o. 1 1. Hnmiihurg aii are
this week lis. UVj., vvllh new crop
Oitohcr-Deccmher advanced to Us.
(i?d., against Us. ll'.id. lastijear nt
this time. Cane Jnvas In Kurope nre
14s (Id., against Us. I'.id. Inst year
nt this time.
!'. O. l.lcht cables us favorable ro
ports for tho glowing Huropenn beet
The jvlinlo world's trend on sugar
from now to the maturity of new cru.i
Is towards somewliat higher prices .
Java sugars mo still waiting buyers
on tho basis of about 4.1Sc. landed,
90" tost for Septoinber-Oelohtr nrrlv-,
nl nnd the market eventually should
Inclule purchases of lliose sugars to i
somo extent nl least.
Nn lurther business lias h'en done I
In lllll,,,,l,in umiiru ftf xtlilrli nnlt il '
moderate ouantlt) i main uiiold from I
pi feeding crop. Tl.c cin.(.urnglng
sates of these sugars this season, ut I
laige profits lo the Klllplnos, Is n I
strong temptation for tlioso Filipinos
to Increase Iholr crop rapidly to tho
3UO.O00 tons limits without assistance
from outside syndicates.
Itecelpts nl the Pour PortB Incroas-
ler on account of Hip holidays, SlockR
In the United States and Cuba to
gether are now (12(1 205 tons, against
r.OR.'iOO ions lust week uud 050,02!)
tons last year.
The weekly Cuba cablo. publlsho I
cUewhero, figures out t.fiSO.OOO tons
visible production to naitf which, with
Iho name receipts nl this time ns last
year, would glvo a totul crop of 1 K08.
S82 tons. If tho crop Is to finally turn
WHITNEY & MARSH, N
In KID, SILK and LINENS
from IOC UP
Begins Monday Morning,
We have just received from the S. S. Wilhelmina n
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES and LACES
They nre nil well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
ALL AT 5c AND 10c A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns,
The Yat Hing Store
HOTEL BETWEEN PETHEL AND FORT STREETS
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily trcin service from Merced to the Park Lint, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe,
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Mnnaaer. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
Minn, extent nl least, greater than ""' '"""""J - -" .
dm lug tho past yuir or two. ' Iho weekly receipts sliou d beg hi t
IV.m u general nutlrok of the .'" I" rcuiicod nn...,! i tits of wh eh
n- puliation, a larger amount of sup, '"ere to no proton Indications. The
piles appears lo he coming visible. Kinwlng crop o Cuba Is making fav-
EXCAVATING, FILLING. STONE WALL. CURBING, SIDEWALKS,
PLOWING. ETC., ETC.
I will give you low figures on any enc cf above different kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Give me a chance.
VINEYARD STREET, EWA NUUAHU STREAM
Offlrc Hcurs 5:30 n. m. to 0:30 u, m.
PHI'S lllllietirn III I'W CUUHUH ,llJr.;- ... . . , I. I .. . I
which may In Iho cud lead lo a reduc I '" do prlgress hut. of course It s to .
. ....I.. .... ... u..( .,i,n-, nlimtt If '
IIJ Jti i,, r,j ,...w ,.
tlou In the present abnormal values
In Kurope. Kor Instance, nt tha com
mencement of this venr the lolnl llg
ures of world's supplies shovvod n de
ciease of 5.12,010 Ions from tho pre
vious year's figures. The same com
narlson todnyv liy our figures given
flscnhuro, reduces this 'decroaso lo
75.;i!)3 tons, ehowlng the satlntlcul
trend to ho appronchlng normal con
ditions, l'rom tills exhibit, It Is evi
dent Hint cut rent prices In Kurnpo
muvt within tho next two mouths glvo
way In n new basis of values upon
new crop conditions.
The piesent parity dlrferenco be
tween now- ciop beets, OctobcrHecem-Iipi-
delivery, and Cuba Centrifugals
In general, nt tho close, the Urn
and tendency of tho markot fuvor I
"Tho Wrong Mr Smith' will follow
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
at presant vnlun Is only 13c per lb. ( "A Family Cyclone" ut the New Or
I'resent olfoilngs of Juvn sugars uro , u.u1 ,oxt Tiui8(laj n,.lt. u iH .,
on the basis of not less than 12s. Oil,, y mKcrt) cn,p,y nllB mM similar
equal 1o 4.51c. icr III. ut New York: ... .lllWM irpn,lv nrodueeil bv the Pa.
but this price Is for October-N'nvem- Blr) Musical Comedy company and Is
her uirival. Heel sugars for Ills sanw , nrimiue,i l0 give all of tho princl
delivery aio at nhoiit 1.40c. ,,.lU llH wul ns ,10 C10ri-B oppartuii-!
II. S. Four I'orls receipts, 35.103 ,,, , umi(Mr , H1,0Cal,ei)t )rB ;
toiii; ineltliigs. 48 000 Ions; total, , ,,orformnuce of "A Fiunlly Cv-
slocks In 'V. S. and Cuba together. I .. lU 0V011B mraiigeiiioiils I
f82.430 tons, r-ipliist 620 2U5 tons, last tmvo )icen mu(Io by tl0 Now 0rphei.
vvcok nmi an iuub iubi jbui. ninnngemciilto liavo tho tesullB of tho
Tho melllng-s mo reduc. d from tho jl(n Ihltlun Issue icud from tho
normal by tho closing of one of ourrt!IRC
hugest roflnerles, , ,
Wlllett & Gray's Sugar Trado Jour
nal for July 7 says or the raw sugar
VISIBLE SUPPLY. Total slock of
Hurupo and Ameilci 2.2012115 tousi
rlgalnst 2 371.020 tons last yoir nt the
s'i'lie uneven d'lteii. The decieabo of
stock Is 110,301 tuns, ngulnst a do
creaso of 123 10'J lust, week Total
slocks and nlloalu togothcr show it
Stands for and is
the name of
Nothing but the
best material and
used in their
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