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HONOLULU i" H WEO'IE'DW AVO 3. lftlO
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
J0 A. Oilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
BUTLER AMES TO LEAD
FIGHT AGAINST LODGE.
ft . iJL?h. tU ti
fc ! x. .., -. l!S!.h Am.rl.QH ),. A.Jryt,1
110STQN Jnjv 20 llcpr -dilutive Hullnr iiics of MnssirhuoettH prom
ises I" 1-ad n sp-otnnilor fight for tin' so it of Fmntur Henry Cabnt ldge.
In announcing himself ns n candidate for I idge h seat Ames declares that
his fight Is agilnft boss rule" The fart dint Vines Is wealth) will make
the contest nno of tho most Interesting fu the rouuti)
mHE ADVERTISER who
" uses the classified column
has one distinct advantage
over a competitor who can
afford display space. The classified advertiser talks
to a buyer who knows what he wants. Fuple who
read classified advertisements do so because they are
looking for something. When the classified advertiser
tells them where to find it, the Bulletin reader
is prompt in response. Classified advertisers in the
Bulletin are chaiged but one cent a word.
end Country Stores
Phone No. 50
Always Something New at
YAT HING STORE
Importers and dealers in Fancy
ury uooas. unentai silks ana dents
Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST., Off. THE EMPIRE
NO. 182. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION,
TKHrtlTORY OK HAWAII to ROM
F.ItT I.OVB KSTATK, LTD. (by
J .is, F Morgan, Manager),
CIU:i)IT0lt3 OK ESTATE OK
MltS. KAN1AMANU T1TCOM1I;
CUEDITOHS OK KSTATK OK
MUS. KAIIHLE KAILI, HHIUS
01' MltS. KANIAMANU TIT
COM II, limit!) OK MUS. KA
HUU3 KAII.I; TK11UIT0HY OK
HAWAII, b) Alexander Liudsn),
Jr , as Attorney .Oemral, and by
Mnrston Campbell, as Superior
(indent of Public Works; CITY
AND COUNTY OK HONOLULU,
by Joseph J. rem, ns Mnor and
Pietldcnt of the Hoard of Super
vlors; Mini to ALL whom It may
Whereas, a petition has been pro
sen tod to said Court by LINCOLN
LOY McfAXDI.F.33 to reglste.- ni.d
t-onMrm his title in the following
described lit ii il .
Lot at west corner of Nuuantt mid
l'aualil streetB, Honolulu, being n
portlou of Land Commlbslon Awattl
Number 58.1, Itoynl Patent Number
1U47 to Isaac Lewis.
Ilegli nlug nt an iron bolt at tho
touthcust oiner of this lot, said lion
bolt imiiMng the west corner of I'a
uaht and Nu u aim streets. The to
ot dlnatcs of said bolt being 2JI0.452
fnct couth anil 397. C1C feet west
from a (Invornmant Survey Street
Monument will h Is ut. tho Internee
t Ion of n 12-foot offset In the street
from the southwest line of llcretanli
stieot and running southwesterly,
and-'n 10-foot offset In tho scree
from the northerly lino of Niiuauu
Etrect', and tunning southweiterlv;
thence running ns follows by true
1. 117" as 123.00 feet along Pail-
2. 53' 40' 25.00 feet along L. C. A.
783 to Kuakolo;
3 4' 15' 13.20 feet along L, C. A
001 to John Hobbs;
I. 332" 20' 27 70 feet along L. C.
A. 974 to M. Kckuanaoa;
B. 322 47' 44" S2.8C feet ulong L
('. A. 974 to M. Kckuanaoa to
C 238" 39' 28.10 feet 'along Nun
ami Btreet to the Initial point.
Aren, 3880 square feet.
You are hereby cltod to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
bo held ut the City and County of
Honolulu on tho Clli day of Septem
ber, A I) 1910, at ten o'clock In
the foieiiouu, to show cause. If any
j ou have, wh tho pro) or of sa'd
putltlun should not be granted. And
unless ou appenr at said Clurt at
the time uud place aforesaid )our de
fault will be to oided, and the s.ilil
petition will be tnl.en us confessed,
and you will be forever barred from
contesting said petition or any de
cten entered thereon.
Witness the Honorahlu W J. HOI1
INSON, Judge of Bald Court, HiIb 3id
day of August, In the )ear nineteen
hundred und ton.
Attest with Seal of said Comt:
(Seal) 51. T BLMONTON.
4C87 Aug. 3. 10, 17, 24
Oeorgo Fields, Hie negro muideror,
whoso escape from Jail ut St. Augus
tine. Kla . prevented his execution nt
West Palm Hench, was captured, The
hanging will tako place.
THE JAVA CROP IS
GOING TO BRITAIN
Cuba Cenhah Nearly Done Grinding
Strikes Interfere With Melt
Wlllctt & Orny's Sugar Trado Jour
mil for July 21 reports ns follows on'
the rnw Rugnr market:
Slut Ml II) Special liihlcs.-Uuba.
The nix principal ports' Itccelpts,'
jnnn. ii innnn. .n.v n? nun i
w,w, ...fw.,n, ...,.,,, w..k, tov,,vv.-,
against 154,000 Ions last ear. Cen
trals grinding 4, against 5 last week
uud 5 la IIIO'I nnd 2 In 1908.
Stocks In tho United Slates nnd
Cuba together of 508,814 tons, ngalnst
582,430 tons Inst week nnd 490,127
tons Inst year, an Increase of 72,087
tons from last year.
Europe Stock In Europe, 1,320,000
tons,' against 1,145,000 tons last year.
Visible Supiilr. Total stock of
Kurope nnd America, 1.SSS.S1 4 tons
ngnlnst 1,941,127 tons Inst year at tho
same uneven dates. The decrease of
stock Is 52,313 tons, ngalnst n decrease
of 75,395 Inst week. Totnl stocks und
nlloats together show n visible supply
or 2.040,814 tons, ngnlnst 2,116,127
tons Inst year, or u decrease of 75,313
Hums, Under our remarks last
week, we said that the sales of cen
trifugals nt the 4 30c basis were ex
ceptional, and that the current market
quotation would rise to tho 3c c. and
f. basts ngaln. This forecast proed
correct, as only 38,000 bags were sold
nt 4 30c, nnd the next sales on Mon
day and Tuesday were at the basis
of 3c. c. and f. (4.30c). At this basis
some 200,000 bags were taken by three
refiners, Including 150,000 Cubas nnd
50,000 Porto ltlcofl, July and August
At the closo thcro are still some
100,000 bags centrifugals for prompt.
otilmnant ,fTa-lnir nn tlm mt.rlnt nt.lOOUl.
3c. c. nndf basis, but for AuBU8t'l'er goods to store will And tl.o com-
shipment l-32c. per lb. higher Is
usked, with tho tono and tendency In
favor of sellers. New Orleans Is re
ported to have paid 3 03c. c und f,
A significance of tho European mar
ket, which has been quiet and steady
throughout tho week, Is that quota
tions for new crop beets ndvanced
3d. for October-December delivery,
showing a speculative disposition in
new crop. If new crop beets con
tinue to advance, It will be to tho ad
vantage of Cuban planters, nnd this
sentimental price of 3c. c. nnd f held
for so long a time, will likely bo over
come und a somewhnt Important ad
vance )ot follow.
The Kuropean situation, by the
Hoard of Trado figures, shows 195,831
tons moro enno Imported Into tho
United Kingdom to July 1st than dur
ing the same period lust year This
includes over 100,000 tons from Cuba,
and no doubt tends to keep old crop
prices uown, iiinsmucii us 10 tnesoi
large enno receipts there will, event..-1
,.i. ...., i ,!..! ,.,.. ...,.. . I
from Java Into tho United Kingdom,'1'0 '' "rt nf M" . and the
There Is Interesting nous from Huh
Hla. where tho Government Is taking'
active stops to reduce the high prices
lesultiiig from speculation In that
country. They havo lowered tho Im
port duty to an extent that will per
mit tho Importing of a considerable
amount of Austrian Bugnr. At tho
same time, the refund of taxes on ex
ported sugar has been suspended,
leaving the markets of Finland and
Persia, heretofore largely supplied
from Itusslu, open to other producers.
It may bo sceu later that this uctlon
of llussln will further reduce avail
able supplies to continental countries
of Uuropo to an extent Unit will Influ
ence Kuropean prices higher.
Our weekly Cuba cable gives 4000
tons recolpts, against 2000 tons Inst
)ear, with 4 centrals grinding, ngalnst
5 last year. Tho 6 last year continued
grinding until August 23rd. Visible
production to dnte Is 1,714,000 tons,
which, added to 103,582 tons, the after
recolpts of Inst year, would give u
crop of 1,817,582 tons. These llgures
ludlcuto Unit tho final crop may near-
ly reach 1,800,000 tons One of tlio
largest centrals In Cuba, tho Cbapar
ra, clobed this week, having made
r.ISO.r.OO bugs, ugulnst 482,428 bags last
yu.r This central closed earlier than
msi your, uui s.urieu worsiug somo
weeks eurllor than last season,
Total stocks In United States and
Cubn together 508,814 tons, ngnlnst
nsz.iuU ions last weeg aim laii.i:,
tons last year.
The imports Into India during May
show an increase over tho nrcrcdlng
May, notwithstanding tho la'rgor do
mestic crop. March, April and May
all showed an increase In Imports
As regards the European ri swing
ci op, It gives promise of a consider
able Increuso over last year, tint less
than tho phonomouul crbp of two
years ago. The continental v.-uat'ier I
nas recently been cold and wet, much '
like that of last summer, but th3 I cell
roots had a much better start this'
The significance of our Java cable, '
Is (lint, although the crop has liten
reported delavcd, thp shipments are
nctually ahead of last year at IhMi
time. Also, the crop Is diverted from I
the United Slntea and Roes Wrgly to
United Kingdom, filling a Rip that
might hao required further lur-
chases in Cuba to fill later on. Tho
remainder of the Cuba crop scms'
destined for the United 8tats Kiipi ly.
Meltings of raw sugar nre itlll nifti
er tho normal, the strikers nt tno II.'
& I! house not liming retunud to
nmii,,r, . ., , no,
Pll YSI, flW I IIS I
UlUlflll IjUU I
IN HIS SUIT
Jutgp lloblnson has renderel Judg
mint In the cas of C. II. Wood ver
sus ,1. (1 Knrl.i In faor of tho de
fendant, the suit being brought for
(01 alleged to Ii? duo for professional
Dr. Wood brought suit for this
amount ns the surviving partner of
Dr. Day. lli
In the testlmon) In the caso it npi
pearcd Hint when u bill for (3S was
nresentcd In October 1900 It was dls
puled by Kaila who said that he owed'
out) J13 nnd paid that umoimt.
l'roni that tlmo until early this
year when tho claim far R3 was pre
sented ho had received no medical at
tbntlon from Dr Wood.
Judgment was given the defendant
with costs .accessed at 115.20,
Union Pacific Transfer Company
has moved to larger and finer quar
ters on King street next to Alexander
Young Hotel Tho company is now
located In Its new office nnd quartern
and has better facilities than ever for
handling Kb rapidly growing business.
One good f nturo about tho new loca
Is the ample and safo storage
Those who have furniture nnd
modlous store rooms of tho Union
Pacific Traiiffci Co. Ideal) Tho tele
phono number Is tho same as former
ly. C8. ,
Tho rnlmouth, Mass. Kltorprlsa
publishes tho following marriage no
ties. Mr. Clapp H well known lo
tully having for man) )oars been as
sociated with Ihn Inter Inland Com
MAHItlKDCharles Henry Oappto
Frances Gould Swift on Thursday.
Juno twenty-third, nineteen hundred
and ten - ,
A ul gathering o city fathers is
proposed at St. Paul. Minn, during
honorable boaid of Supervisors tO'
gcthor with the .Mayor and heads of
department, have been Invited to at
I The fourteenth annual convention
or the I-enguo of American Municipal
Cities will convene ut the 51lnneHotn
capital from August 23rd until tho
Owing to llnanclnl circumstances
over which they lmvo no control the
city administration bus politely but
firmly declined to participate.
STO.VK .NOT l UtllAdK.
The collectors o.r city gurbugo ob
ject to the contribution of building
stone, Ioobo rock and other material
that Is more or less frequently de
posited In tho receptlcles left at resi
dences and places of business.
Tho matter camo up boforo tho
Supervisors lust evening In connec
tion with u letter of protest received
from Superintendent Ilntlf of Pulama
Mission, who clnlmed thnt the col-
octorB fued to make their stated
Tll0 colnlnUUo on' Banltatlon nnd
, ..,.,. follnd ou. t,.at ,. tta8 .. 1)riic.
tlce of ccrtnln people to place rocks
aud dirt In the boxes and It was there
fore Impossible for the garbage men
to lo!ul tll0 Bame on l9,r wagong,
tho Bruila doimrtment bolnc Intend
ed for the removal and disposition of
OX CITY l'MTJIHINfl,
During tho month of July tho olllco
of the Uulldlng uud Plumbing In
spector passed upon C4 plumbing
plans uud Issued tho bame number
of penults. Finns accepted numbered
8G nnd 1C3 Inspections weie made
Fixtures Installed numbered 2C0,
while fees collected umounted to $129,
and WASH GOODS
of all kinds
TIIK MIW Oltl'HKUM.
ONLY FOril JIOI1E MflHTS.
The Casino iluslcal
ends Its engagement on Sattinhiy
night und the musical program Is ex-
ceptlonally good this week. Kllse
Schuyler docs a clever Coster song
and u catchy Oerluan song, both le
celvlng deserved encores Maud
ltockwellluude tho hit of the evening
with "Slurs and Stilpes Forever," She
wns in excellent voice und worn an
other of those woridcrrul gowns, this aI"1 of M,,rl Kenny, in dramatic ox
tlme of a dark pearl with u scaly mer- l'8"10"- They sing like lurks and
mnld effect. She could hnvo taken
half dozen encores. Uiurel Atkins I "lt,e Br,M lmvo maae n nU u,ul re"
snng "Patrick O'Hnre," und gave one c(,vp 'rcmendous applause every
of the best character studlu of the "lK!,t- Cnrl Wnll"'" ' the samo fnv
plcce. Vllnm Sleek, tho umilng Rou-"rUe ,lt iM "'I'ator as he was when
brette, sang one of her best soags and I1" appeared further up tho street,
with the uld of the chorus mail., a hit. I Tll mollm Pictures are lino and pri
Cnrleton Chase und Olgn .Heck gave n' entra '" " y that lollects credit on
pretty duet In "In .Mooney, Sioony l tho "lnnngcmont.
McUulrc, (lurrity und Stuart
uucu uuvu Hiiet'iuiiius uuu uiiogeiiier
tho nroirruin Is one of the most enter-1
taliilng of the engagement. Tho Coin -
pany deserves crowded houses for the
rest of the week, for the snmo piece
will run the week out.
Tl... t. .. f'.,,,.,u ut tl.A l..-1r A..n
... iu .wiuu. m iu . ...r. ...... , Ior lII0 coast, lie caileu ut ine uu
lilt heavy weights und then borne, nc- 1 0 1 1 n olllco yesterduy for the ex
cordlng to the published lecords nnd 1)rP8H purpose of saying that he had
certificates which they lmvo. Umll, nevor before lived 111 a place that
the larger of tho two, holds tho rec- coui, C()mo niiywhoro nenr Kuwait for
ord for heavy weight lifting.. huvlng delightful cllnmto und the hospltullty
rnlstd 27214 pounds weight In the 0f tho people was better than tho cli
Engllah style, n straight lift, and 314 matc it Is stated thut Mr. Hooper
pounds uccoidlng to the continental ,)mt.6j few dollars nn the right man
style. This Is from tho ground to nt itcno
wuist and chest mid then overhead I t
Otto held the record for men under
ten stone nnd at 137'i pounds ruined
228 pounds Privately ho oncu ,t ted
245 pounds but this Is nut n r.'cord.
Ho ulso bold tho European chumploti-shlp-for
Orneco-Itoman wrostling. Tho
Parisian school of uthletos nuule ".;b-
Will Continue till Saturday
ty-threo negatives of the men, which
wcro used by the demonstrator ,5,
nnntomy In his lectures to tho stu
dents. The Crottons did I, comedy-Jfint nt
.tho Park Inst night that made nn in
stantaneous hit. The rest of tliu vau
deville stunts were nlso exrelient.
MIbh Muy Is a great favorite nnd the
Desmond Sisters .iro inoro than ever
ln.lemanL Oeyso has caught on w'tli
,lls llcw nc-
Two little Portuguese tots,
Jaughtors of Hawaii, are dividing hon-
ors with Carl Wallner at the Kmplre
this week and making n hit. They
wero pupils of Mrs. Ounn In dancing,
a' uunco w"" consummate win. ine
I Cl.ni.VTi: AMI PCOPI.K (1001).
1 Mr' W,ll,nra IIool'cr' wll lms uco'"
running n shoo polishing cstabllsh-
meat for some time In this city, and,
from tho superior work he turned
out was known as the "shining light
0f Hotel street," Is nbout to depuil
I .. .. ... ..
Chicago, July 24. Oliver U Pagan,
the government's indictment expert,
nrrived In Chlcugo from Washington
today. Pagan will uld In the Federal
Grand Jury investigation of tho Na
tional packing company, which will bo
resumed hero Tuesday morning.