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remain in which to avail
yourself of this Corset Sale.
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iuo Assortment of -Fancy Ribbons
See Window Display.
Everyone knows the
Valnc anywhere. -?
Our Entire Stock to select from
for the remainder of this week.
Xo time to lose; only
. .October 13 -
Miss M. E. Killean
Hotel Street, Arlington Block-
Our Ribbon Sale has been a Tremendons Succoss.
Store Opens Every Morning, at 8 O'clock
. There nro Still good values left.
See Our Price List.
. . . 2 " cents a yard
. . . 5 cents a yard
...10 cents a yard
.. .12JC cents a yard
. . .15 cents a yard
. . .25 cents a yard
Tbeo. H, Davies & Co., -Ltd.
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; v . Steaniship Line,
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co;1 r
m ?' ' Pioneer. Lino of Packets from Liverpool.
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Read: The Honolulu Republican.
W1L SAVIDGE & CO.
Wil. SAVIDGE & CO.
;WM. SAYTDGE & CO.
WM. SAVIDGEi& CO.
WM. SAVIDGE?!: CO.
W1L SAVIDGE & CO."
FOR SALE. v, , i-
$3,500 House and lot on LUiha 8t,
56xllS; 6 rooms.
15,000 House and lot on College 3L,
75x125; house contains 7 rooms.
$5,00ft House and lot on Alexander
13,100 House and lot on Vineyard St, j
13,900 House and lot on Young St,
J6j600 House and, lot on Young St,
f io rooms, 90x140.
$2,000 House and lot at Kalihi, 77
$2,750 House and'lot on Alapal St;
'-' good view.
$2.600 House and lot on Kinau St,
50x100. . .
$1,000 Large lot at Kalihi, 77xl50.
$3,800 House and lot at Kalihi, 156x
$5,500 Business property on Fort St,
$6,000 Lodging house in centsr of city.
$7,500 Investment at Kewalo; month
ly income ?110.
$4,200 Leasehold on Beretania St; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
$7,500 Large lot with buildings on
Punchbowl St.; brings in $93
$5,000 House and large lot on Queen
$1,400 Lot on Queen St, 50x100.
$8,500 Large lot with ' 6 cottages;
: monthly income ?125.
$1,250 Large lot at Kalihi, 105x103.
$6,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft front,
on Makiki St. ' '
$5,600 Residence on Punchbowl near
" Lunalilo Home, 120x150; a,
$4,000 Leasehold on Beretania St; 39
years to run; net income f $90
per month. 7"
4 900 Leasehold with building, on
Fort St; 8 years to run. " "
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama;
all sizes and prices. '
Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sizes
Lots at Kunawai off Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up,, according
$4,000 Large warehouse' at. Kewalo;
recently built -
$4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on
- Queen St, near Fish Market'
wharf; 24 years to run.
A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama.
Possession given on the 1st of October:
Three summer residences neatycity,i
at Tantalus, Pearl City and Ni2,e ' l J-
'; !'$ C''
,TOI. SAVIDGE & CO.
&WM. .SAVIDGE & CO.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
WM. SAYroGE &;CO.t
WMl. SAVIDGE.& CO.
U1I. SAVIDGE & CO. .
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Wm. SavMge o.BI8 DitSP IN PRICS
Of REFINED Hi
Evident That the Trade
War is Now on
WILL- -STREET MBCH SHARED UP
QUOTATIONS SAID TO HAVE
President of the National Oompany
Says it is a Natural Trade
Condition FlurTx on
NEW. XORKOct. 3. Refined, suga.s
were offered today below jj cents a pound
for the first time in several months.
while themarket for this staple was generally
disordered by reductions made last
night and this morning by the sugar
trust and its rival, the Arbnckles. A
cat in prices has been esjjected for. some
time, as the" busy season is over and raw
sugrrs are arriving? in the marker in
Lower Wall street, where sugar brokers
congregate, was much stirred up today
when it became known that the Ar-buckles
were soliciting business at five
points below the market made last night
by the trust. During the spring andrearly
summer, when there were continual ad
vances in refined grades, amounting in ah
'to over'l cent a pound, the Arbuckles
regularly followed each advance made
by the trust. The-manner in whieh
they have now cut loose lends color'-to
various reports that the-trade war is oa
The reduction by the trust amounts to.
fifteen points. Its selling price has
nominally been 6.15 cents a pound, but
actual business has been .carried on for
some time afC.10. The Arbnckles lopped
off twenty points at one stroke. It was
intimated in the sugar trade that buyers
were being secretly offered sugar nt
.a decline of twenty-five points from yesterday's
price, or at 5.90.
The flurry in the. sugar trade caused
a corresponding .wave of excitement-in
the sugar stock on the Stock Exchange.
Speculation in it was heavy. The price
was 1 1-4 cents lower at the opening, and
eventually a loss of nearly three points
James H. Post, president -of the National
Sugar company incorporated last
spring and having close relations with
the American Sugar company, says that
the reductions today are a natural trade
condition, due to lassened demand and
the arrival of raw sugars on the market.
Asked what significance the cut of
the Arbuckles might have, he said : "We
ull have to work hard for business. If
you haven't the demand you have to
offer inducements to get it"
'FRISCO PRICES GOf DOWN.
Fall of Forty; joints Following the
y , NewiYork Cuts.
-SAN FRVNCISCO; Oct. 3. In
with, the fall in price of, sugar in
New York there was ,a. .decline of fortv
points., in the market here.. At 9 o'clock
the selling price fell from G.53 to $G.40
per 100 pounds and in the afternoon
there. wasn furtter decline from 6.40 to
?6.15j'Since May the price of the refined
nrticlr has been steadily advancing
but in the autumn of every year there
is a tumplcatfd consequently the decline
of yesterday was--not altogether unexpected.'
A number of the big jobbers
were not looking for the change so soon,
however," and' will be losers.-
Though no eastern sugar is brought
to tbcTacific coast, the price in the market
here follows that in New York. The
Western-Sugar refinery and .the California
Sugar refinery are the only concerns
on the coast that refine raw sugar and
the price for "the refined article is set by
them. Besides the output from thesetwo
refineries there is no sugar on sale here
except that imported - from Hongkong.
The Hongkong sugar falls and advances
in price with the other article, but is
always from 20 to 2T cents less in price.
" A 'fall bf forty points .in one day is
considered a large decline, but on
occasions there haije. been greater.
!On March 9 of last year there was a
afall of sixty-two and one-half points. ". .
Feeling of -Uncertainty. 4,
. NEW TORrf. Oct. 4.The feeling In
"sugar circles, today was pne of great un.-.
certainty as a result of yesterday's de-
velqpments. All of the 'refiners,
claiming to be. "selling sugar
thefiist price, or on the basis
of 5.75 for standard granulated- Brokers
said there were no 'indications of
any cut from that basis,.although they
admitted that business Small lhat
j they had not been able to test the market
from that standpoint.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. "WALLER,
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Wholesale; andiReUl' ' - .'
HART & CQc
Finer Chocolates ' and ConfecKops.
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! .HEWS OF THE TOWS
!l The Mott-Sn lis are la Italr. and M-s.
Mary Gnna ta Va ti jct in Part
of Mr. and Mr. Jaxar A. WiMsr.
Ed If. Willtams. thr Hosoiulo nxl
taker, fcd a aomi'er of the undrtaksfts
on the transport Haacocfc out for a drivj
yesterday. Ail had a gaod time and t&s
raitots expressed thescselvei a loc
much with what thy saw of H
nolulo. , f
An imBtnw dril fish caccht yesterday
by Japan Eshfrai'in off "the
Quarantine island. It was eifht vfeit
long and weighed about 4CO poand. , li
was sold very soon after it taken io
ttfce market, as.Jt,Is thought, a great, delicacy
by the Japanese.
Among the passengers In the Moana
were E. Turner, a wealthy merchant of
Sydney: 1 J. McCoaias, a jouag art'St
ofthe Colonies, who'speat several months
,her&aboot two years ago, and T.J. Ca
lile and Dr; R- Bv Chapman on their
way to Apia, upon a scientific researcx
Dan Sanford. the engineer who was .
badly injured in a collision at Honolulu
plantation several days been
removed to .the home of his
Joseph McGuire. "He s m a Tery
serious condition and it may be that parr
of "the leg which was so badly burned
wiH have to be amputated.
Chief Engineer McCalg of the Moana
was remembered by his friends just be
fore he left San Francisco. He was presented
by them with a very handsome
ring in testimony of their regard for the
popular ofnceV. His many friends in Honolulu,
are in hopes that the Moana will
soon be outon the Victoria run.
Kiam Hoo, a Chinese peddler, was
thrown byhis pack mule in Nuuana
valley near the brick yards yesterday and
badly cut about the right eye and bruised
about the face, hands and feet, the animal
stepping on him. The Chinese
claimed that some boys threw sticks at
the animal 'and caused it to become
frightened. Nalua, a native boy. was an
rested on suspicion of having caused
the trouble. Kiam Hoo is now in the
After a blockade on Queen street yesterday
morning. Kabaln, one of Hustace
& Co.'s drivers, attempted to pas in
front of a moving street car at very close
range. The mules of the car were crowded
up to the wheels of the dray and on
jf the poor brutes had its hoof run over
and badly crushed. Kahala was arreste.l
on the charge of furious and heedless
driving and both he and the mule were
taken to the police station.
It Happened in a Drug Store.
"One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand
of cough medicine that 1 did not have in
stock," says Mr. C. R. (Jrandin, the
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. "She
was disappointed and wanted to know
what cough preparation I could
tmond. I said to her that I could freely
recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and that she could take a bottle of
the remedy and after giving it a fair trial
if she did not find it worth the money to
brins back the bottle and I would refund
the price paid. In the course of a
day or two the lady came back in company
with a friend in need of a cough
medicine and advised her to buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I consider
that a very good recommendation
of the remedy." The remedy owes its
great popularity and extensive sale in a
large measure to the personal recommendations
of people who have lecn cured by
it use., It is for sale by Benson, Smith
& Co., general ageing, Territoiy of Hawaii.
Silent Barber Shop
JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Prop.
Contractors & Builders
General Business Agency.
All kinds of laborers' supplies.
Curb stones ou hand ready to supply.
Postoffice Box- 878.
King Street, near Liliha (Ewa side.)
it a a i hi s
THE FEOFlES PROVIDERS
A New Line of
NOBBY SHIRT WftlSTS
Also a Splendid Lot of
Fgll . Millinery f
Including the very latest New York Styles.
And New Eflects in
iou won't have to call up
And ask him for the time ii
you buy a Clock from
Jewelry, m. Fort Street
He has a large new stock to
. choose from,
BISHOP & CO.,
Office at banking building on Merchant
Savings Deposits will bo received
and interest allowed by this Bank at
4i per cent, per annum.
Printed copic? of the Ru es and Regulations
may bo obtained on application.
BISHOP 8c CO,
are showing at our
IS, Saclis Dry Goods Co.; Ltd.
HEAD OPFJOB -
IKE YOKOHAMA SPECIE WW
Paid Up Capital
Fund - .
The bank buyjrand receives for collections
B;ils of Exchange, listen
Drafts and Letters of Credit nnd transacts
a general banking buslnew.
Agency Yokohama Spocio Dank.
NewRcpubllc Building, Honolulu, H.T.
Inm prepared to take a limited number
of pupils in evening for instruction
n shorthand f Ben Pitman System).
'Apply. to CHAS.N.MAKQUKZ,
OUlce of TholHonoluln Republican.
Repository, Merchant Street
- Between Fort and' Alakea Streets, a new line of
Bike and Pneumatic Buggies, -Low Wheel Bunabouts, Phaetons,
"'y' , Surreys, Brakes, Carts, Etc.
Also a full line of . r
Buggy, Surrey, Express, Dray and Dump Cart Harness, WriPs
Robes, Lamps, Sun Shades, Etc.
We. are also, putting on the Kelley Springfield Tire Jtwo wire), the only
.. .,. . tire made guaranteed' hot to.ome off. .
Ik Sole Agentfor Studebaker Bros.' Mfg. Co. the largest fadtorylinithe world.
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