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nVENINO nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , Wnn.VnSDAY, OCT. ltt, 1910
'' ' Where Sixty Cents Will Have the Purchasing Power" of One
' ' ' Dollar
TOR THREE DAYS, BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 17
30-inch PERCALES, Special 10 yards for $1.00
3'0-inch MADRAS SHIRTING, Spccinl...O yards for $1.00
30 inch FRENCH MADRAS, Special 8 yards for $1.00
We require space in our shelves and in order to get it
' we are making this SPECIAL OFFER.
Shop early on Monday and get the best selection,
Get the November Delineator Now
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
I The Winter Rains &$ I
to your pro-1
I pert'y unless it has been properly filled and I
I graded. I will send an experienced engineer I
I to estimate the cost of grad- n 111 DHIVin I
ing and of suitable filling if "' vlll
you will telephone inc. Tel. 3890
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
U U, f SAN FRANCISCO
U -a This tmain'cent' hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible ' to all the'
f shops, theaters, railroid ticket offices, etc,
1! EUROPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
$1.50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
larIor, bedroom ana private batn, $ato iu.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 ,and ;np- per. day. i n (, i ,
' t.i-1 HOT ONLY. THE BEST AT THE PRICE,' -BUT .'THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY ?PRICE: if J'T r
.Honolulu Representative: 'WILLIAM DOUTHTTT.
,e ROOM 308, KtOANDLESS BUILDtN.G
There hns been Incorpor
ated In this collection nil the
best of the Hawaiian Songs.
it should he In every homo on
the Islands, and will bo Bln
cerely appreciated hy your
friends on the' mainland.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Buildinjr
Office Supply Co.,
OLOBE-WERNICKE FlilNQ CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
QENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
The recognized floor cover
ing for this climate.
It can ho washed with boil
ing water or disinfections.
Wo have It In plain colors,
Inlnlds and prints.
The covering for your Of
fice, Store, and Rooms in
"Holders of Java Stocks Ask
ing Advance On Market
Wlllott & dray's latest sugar cir
cular, under date of October 0, sajs
of the raw sugar tnnrkct:
Statistics by Special Cables.
Cuba. 'the six ""principal ports:
Receipts; none; exports, 18.000;
stock, 2d, 000, ngnlnst 17,000 tons
last jcar. Centrals grinding, none
hgalnst none last week nud 1 In 1901)
and 1 In 1908
Sto'ks In the United Slates and
Cuba together of 202,311 tons,
against 219,429 Ions last week and
1811,833 tons l.it.t enr, an Increase
of lG,i"8 tuns from last year.
Kurope. Stock In Kurope, 030,000
tunc, against 624,000 tons last jcar.
Total stock of Kurope and Amer
ica, 832,311 tons, against 809,833
tons last j ear at the same unecn
dates. The Increase of stock Is 22,
478 tons, against nil Increase of HO,
li"8 last week. Total sto:ks nnd
afloals together show n visible sup
ply of 1,039,311 tons, against 999,
833 tons Inst Jear, or an Increase, or
The Week under review has been
given to searching for a low level at
which the markets can he maintain
ed at home nnd abroad.
This level was eventually found
for beet sugar at 9s. 11 l-4d.. n de
cline from 10s. " l-4d. last week.
Tt seems Just n little difficult tu
maintain the 10s., nnd 3-4d. below
has been made at least once during
tho week. 10s, is the parity of
4 lie. per Ih. for 90 degrees con
Our market declined from 4.03c.
per lb, tq 3.9!Jc. per lb. before It be'
camo settled, nnd sales could be ro
pcatcd without further decline.
A very considerable business wns
done at the low level of 3.93c. for
both centrifugal nnd Java cargoes
nrrlvod and nearby, and Inasmuch, s
tho quotation wus lCc. per 100 lbs,
below the European parity, a Urmer
feeling came nt length, nnd a recov;
ery to 4c. per lb. bid Is to he noted
at tho close, with 4 1-1C'. naked by
some sellers and with other sellers
wlflidrawn. A prominent feature of
the week's raw sugar business was
tho disposal of thtee cargoes of
.lavas, two nt the breakwater and one
abotit due, In all amounting to ubout
18,000 tons, nt 10s. 4 l-2d. tt I. t.
(3.9rc.), nnd which were purchus"d
hy tflo American Sugar Itortnlug Co.
t the close. It Is believed that an
other cargo has been sold at the same
prices and terms.
Holders of Jnvns are now asking
I l-2d to 3d. advanco over the ilbovo
quotation. liujcrs, however, are In
Olned to nwnlt the arrival and dis
posal of the cargoes of Javas now
As regards future outlook, we re
fer to table herewith giving estl
mated supplies nnd
Russell' Is "Appointed to Take
Charge New Hos-
(Special niilli'tln (n-'spomtrnrp.)
1 1 ll.O, Oct. 17. Chief Sanitary In
spector llown'inn 1ms appointed C. II
ltuxsell, who hns been In charge of
the sanitary work at llal.alau, to take
charge of' the tuber ulosls rairipalgii
which will soon be In full swing on
this sldo of the Isl.iml Itiifscll has
had considerable experience In the
Ancon hospital In Panama and In
various hospitals on the mainland,
nnd Is said to bo excellently qualified
for the new work. Ills place ns Mil
itary Inspector at llaknlnu will he
taken by Q. Olfon nf llouokna.
Ilusiell wfll divide his time be
twecn Kilo nnd the outside dlstrl te
lie will ravel to all the plantations
and other jiotnts In llamaktia, llllo
and l'una, nnd while he will conduct
n general supervision of 'the sanl
tnry work dono b the plantation In
spectors, he will particularly keep an
eye out for tuberculosis cases. The
health authorities know that there Is
considerable tuberculosis among the
Japanese, and nn effort will be made
by the Hoard of Health, whcrcer
su:h cases are found, lo Induce the
friends and relatives of the diseased
persons to subscribe funds lo send
them bark to Japan for treatment,
In the case of all Indigent patients,
who have no one to nsslst them or
care for them, and who aro In the
last stages of the disease, arrange
ments Will be made to send them to
the Loahl Home in Honolulu, ns the
Territory assists In the maintenance
of that Institution.
Ilowman'ls nt present bus having
tho quarantine station at Walakea
placed In shape for the campaign.
Tho place has been cleaned, And
plans are now being drawn for the
new buildings which are to be erect
ed there. An appropriation or nbout
J3G00 Is Immediately available for
tho purpose. Wlienecr serious In
digent enses of tuberculosis are
found which demand Immediate Iso
atlon from heir mirrnundlngs, these
w;lll bo placed at the quarantine sla
,,.... ....,11 ai.nl. fl.tiu t.'lint, tlifii; r!t!l
iiyil iinyiA.nui.il i"' y ..-.. --
he irqninvcd to tr.e Ialil Home. It
Is expelled llyu.uy, j.no iiegiuning in
next month the , tuberculosis cam
palHn wlllnbe lu-full sivlng.
BLUE SERGE SUITS
We are selling guaranteed
BLUE SERGE SUITS for
We mean by the guarantee
it will not fade; that it will
hold its color until worn out;
that the tailoring is of such
character that the garment
will absolutely hold its shape.
If not, another suit free
Js" ' ' v A
Lcwers & fooke,.
177 SO. KINO STREET
JV m m 4 'IvtT ?',ci
HHH K r KT SffaSV m -.trnrtVH
ffinntinneil from aie li
by tho custom house on last Monday
A list of "those present" developed
tho following persons ns having par
ticipated or, at least, hovered near
as tho festho tiger was being chased
,-..Vi,.m.nt. or o s lair: Joseph I.eal. Jose,lh Kit
.v. J... , Hftrl,.
... lUrl.Ai A I a i' ai I'mrntin t jil'ia
the United States up to end of ear. - . '-- ' ' "- " ""
which will be of interest to follow ,-;, '.,, ng
tn flirt nniiifil niiiKnmn I
A Style leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.. Ltd.
Chos. R. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 King St.
REQAI SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention ,
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPP0SITK
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open,,
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
nnd a splendid line or-BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
' King Street
Every mail brings the latest of
the best sellers.
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Compartments in the
i'or Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alex.' Younj" Building
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS'
If you Wjant your plumbing done
well, give the order to
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
We print correspondence from
Itrnzll giving production of 1909-10,
253,001) tons, and estimates the 1910
11 crop at 310,000 tons. Italns In
terfered with the last crop nnd havo
helped tho coming crop. Some fnc
torleif havo already started the cam.
I'cru reports favorably on this and
next crops, with' production some
what exceeding estimates.
Cuba reports favorably on grow
ipg "crop, which, however, may not
be an early crop. Abunditnt rains
hno done good, but In some sections
have rather overdone, causing floods.
Philippines report by cable exports
In September 7000 tons, making total
for car to United Stntes 89,000
tons, against 29,000 tons Inst year.
Dementru has excessive rains, fol
lowed by excessive dryness.
Kuropoan statistics for three years,
given herewith, show nn excess of
exports o'vor imports In 1908-09 and
tho opposite In 1909-10.
Convention countries promise 000,-
000 tons increased production for
1910-11, which may be absorbed by
a distribution such as In 1908-09
plus a similar Incrcnbe of consump'
tlon In that year, brought about, pos
slbly, by (ho lower prices of tho com
Receipts nt four ports for week
wero 10,882 tons, against 31,332 last
week and 43.GG2 tons last year.
Total stocks In United State and
Cuba together, 202,311 tons, against
249,-129 tons last week nnd 1S5.833
tons last car.
A special carrier is at the Bul
letin office every evening after
5:30 p. m., to deliver the Bulle
tin to subscribers who fail to re
ceive it from the regular carrier.
Telephone 2250 and paper will b(
Iltank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc , uianiifactiired by the Ilullutlli
connected with tho day staff of cus
In the case of Itnven nnd Jncnh
son, their resignations wero tendored
on tho grounds that they would
rather lcavo tho qustoms service than
make any statement to Collector
Stnckahle concerning tho mutter
that would Involve a number of tho
Thero seems to ha a pretty well-defined
rumor going nbout that both
Haven and Jaoogsort may be rein
stated after the affair has received a
thorough airing nt Washington nt
the hands of tho officials nt the head
of tho Treasliry Department. It Is
contended that their long years of
service with tho local customs will
count much towards a mitigation of
nny charges that might he brought
No recent word has been recehrd
from It. U. Mead, illiertnr of the
planters' btirenu, who Is now In Ma
nila recruiting laborers. Mr Mead
hns been In Manila only about a
week on this trip.
SAILORS GET INTO
ROW AT WHARF
Knife Was Drawn and Things
Looked Bad For a
At 1:30 this, afternoon there wns
n call sent In to the police stntlolij
Irom the Alal.ea-sireei wnnrr, two,
officers went nul'kly down nnd thero,
found thnt two sailors wlio weiesam
to belong to the, Kxplorer, had stnrt
cd to carve one another up with
knlvei. A roxolvor was also drawn,
but nobody was hurt. Tho men had
cleared out before tho police arrived
on the scene, nnd tho details of the
trouhlu wero with difficulty obtained
from the ililp'a officers who wero
about the whnrr.(
The two moil who wero mixed up
in the trouble had left tho wharf
when t)ic police got there. Ono of
thu ship's i) Ulcers raid nothing much
had happened, but It was nvcnrtnln
cd that there had nearly been a
tragedy on the wharf, I
A marked movement of Ilusslau
Immigrants to tho plantations Is no
ticeable during tho last twri wcelifl,
according to W. II. Ilabbltt of the
sugar planters' labor bureau. Mr,
Ilabbltt Is almost dally sending Itus
Blann to one or another of 'the Island
plantations, nnd thinks they xwlll
make good laborers. This bears out
tho investigations of the Territorial
bureau of Immigration, which found
that many Hussluns wero desirous of
going to work In-tlio caneflelds.
A. rerclstious, the Itusslan Immi
gration agent, told Mr. Ilabbltt
shortly befofo ho left for tho Coast
that many Russians who went to the
States fiom Hawaii are rigurlng oil
coming back. Ho said thnt they had
found little work on tho CoaBt, nnd
the prospect of steady employment
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Wednesday, October 19. '
IIKI10N'I)0-Arrlved Oct. 18 Jlktno
Irmgard, from llllo. Sept. 2S.
SAN ritANCISCO Arrived Oct. 19
llktne. S. O, Wlldor, from Mnhu
kona, Oct. S.
IIII.O Ssllod Oct. 17: 8 S. Virgi
nian, for Seattle.
KAHUI.UI Arrived Oct. 18t Bclir.
Expansion, from Fort Ilrngg.
SAN KItANCI8CO-Oct. 8: S. S. No
vndan, carrlcj away port propeller
Tall shaft punctured vessel, 18 feet
water In hold, Joltlsonfii llft tons,
will dock and dlschnrgo.
(Novadun was fmm Sail l'ranclsi'o,
bound to I'ugct Sound.
Our Five-Dollar Specials
Represent the Best Styles
Turbans and Street flats
Just. Arrived ex Uilonian
Nnwspnper rays that Senator U'rl
nier has a beautiful family Iffo. It
hero uppealed to them considerably may not bo iiiltu so well known, tint!
more than It did when they were ! t lio fact ivmnliis that this r.iiuo thing!
II rat brought nut. . 'was mild of tho Into Mr. Jimmy Ilopo.
$1 a Year
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