EVENMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H , TUnSDAY, SEPT. 26. 1905,
"Out Of The
CATCHY, SNAPPY, SMART.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,.
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The Kvumxo Duli.ctik claims to be Hawaii's livest news-
pniwr; it voiiHtmitly niiikps this clnini good by adding new fen-
tuics, by bettering its newsservice; by doing the right thing at
the right time. The Hullutik lias from time to time offered a
" number of lueniiunw of value to secure new subscribers and
it has got thorn. Its latest inducement Is a bright, helpful, ar-
tlstic publication Good House keeping, the Home Magazine of
" America. This is a monthly with a purpose, "The higher life
of the household." How this purpoto is served may be partly
learned from the following contents, which uppcar in the Sep-
temlier number: v
f Jeromo K. Jeromo, on first page: "My- good madam, you polish your
f tables, j on Bcour your kettles, but the most valuable piece of furniture
$ In the whole house you aro letting go to rack and ruin for want of a
llttlo pains. You will find It In your room, In front of your own mirror." -t-
"Lady Help," a story by Alice Ward Bailey. --f
"The French Girl at School," by Jeanne Constentln. Illustrated. t
Looking Pretty In the Morning, by Augusta Kortrccht. Illustrated. -t
Little Gardens Indoors, by Clarenco Moores Weed. Illustrated.
f Light Housekeeping Don'ts, by Mrs. C. Do Witt.
f The Brldo's Prlmor. Illustrated.
Homelike Rooms. Flvo half-tones. -f
A Cottago Design of Real Charm. Illustrated.
-f Harold Bauer on Music-loving Americans, by Etbclyn MIddleton. -f
f The Ideals of a Hindu Household, by Swaml Abhedananda. -f
f Heraldry for Women, by Mabel Ward Cameron. -r
f Denver's Sleeping Porches, by Edwin L. Sabln.
f The New Home, by Patty Lawrence.
Who Is My Neighbor? by Ella Morris Kreeschmar. -f
. Home Life In the Boardlng'School, by Mabel Whitman. -f
' .it The Children. Illustrated and mde up of abort stories full of the
, klnder-splrlt, for instance: '
- (By E. T. 0.)
1 Nobody knows' where the honey grows,
f Only baby and mo; r
And when I tlcklo his llttlo
f He lifts his head with
Unlocking the dimpled
f Known only to baby ana .
All these, coupled with pretty pictures, stories nnd
helpful suggestions, innko up a literary feist tii . contains the
food that results in "the higher life in the household."
This splendid magazine will be delivered monthly for one year
- absolutely free to any person who will pay $2.00 in advance for
a NEW three months' subscription to the Evening Buluitin.
The ItULumx is the best Home jiaper in the Territory of na-
wail Good Housekeeping is the leading Homo Magazine- of
- America ; together 1hey make n winning combination.
Two dollars will secuic the .Evening IIullctin for three
months nnd Good Jloiuclccping for one year.
Every Saturday Evening
Variety of Vaudeville Acts. Changes
In bill each week.
Performance begins at 8:45 o'clock.
Admission to grounds and theatre.
25S Reserved seats 10 1 extra.
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Messenger Service, for reserved Bests.
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a THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
I QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
I TEL. MAIN 492.
I FINE MEAL8,
I WINES, LIQUOR8,
I AND BEER.
MJamara & Co , Props,-
NEATLY DONE BY THE
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Phone Main 315. 1120 Union 8t
llnif It Where Mo Wanted II."
"ttllth, tliero bono thing that I like
about you." I
'Iteally. What's tbntj"
"My arm I" Ally Sloper's Half Boll
day. The BU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin snd the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise snd complete resume of alt le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
75 cenfs per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
$1 per year,
Hills "You don't mean to say that
mosquito bites caused thoso lumps on
our liead?" Wills "No, that It
nhere I hammered myself batting at
11 VISIBLE IY
AND LICHT REPORTS BAD
WEATHER FOR BEET CROP
WILLETT 4 GRAY'S REPORT ON
CONDITION Or 8UQAR MAR-
KET JAVA SUGAR
Wlllett & Gray's circular for Sept.
7, reports as follows on the sugar mar
ket: RAWS. Since the Issue of our last
paper there have been no transactions
In raw sugar reported and no busi
ness done cither on the rpot or for
shipment, with exception of a balance
of steamer cargo, 5,000 bags at 2 ',4c. e.
and f. for 95 deg. basis, equal to 3 89o
for 96 deg. duty paid.
The "Labor Day" holiday may b
partially responsible for this dullness,
of which refiners hate taken advantage
by keeping out of tho market and show
ing entire Indifference to tho course of
events. Naturally under these condi
tions some holders who desired to real
ize have found It Impracticable to do
to, and It Is in open question as to
tho prices to bo paid In tho next trans
actions. Last week's quotations remain nomi
nally In forco at 4c. duty paid for SO
deg. test spot nnd 2 Vic. c. and f. 93
deg. test for shipment, but bucrs'
views, so far as Inferences can lis
drawn, arc at 3c. duty paid' spot an I
2V$c c. and f. for 90 deg. test basis
New crop Cubas have been offered dur
ing the wc,ck at 2 He c. nnd f. for 98
deg. test for Fcbruary-Mnrch ship
ments, but buyers were not Interested.
European beet sugar markets began
the week'nt 8s. 8Vid. f. o. b. Hamburg,
.Ada fn Efl mLft nnA nntlml i.n!inti!prl
fit Rr fiUil. fnr nrnmnt nnrt Rfl. 11l5il. '
for October delivery. During the week
tho weather for the growing beet crop
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort ana Merchant 8t
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
Stocks and Bonds Wanted
I have 'demands for all kinds of Securities.
List your Stocks end Ronds with me and I
will secure you the highest prices.
Geo. P. Thielen Broker.
Is reported unfavorable by Mr. Llcht,
but caused only momentary improve
ment In markets.
Our special cable from Java reports
tho exports to U. E. 128,000.tons by
steam and 3,000 tons by sail. Thu
crop Is estimated at 1,000,000 tons. Ko
business Is "reported In Java sueara
this week, holders being content to
await developments. Quotations am
now 10s. c. and f. for Augu3t-Scptcn
ber and thcro Is a rumor current that
23 to 30,000 toes of this shipment wcro
sold somo, time ago at about this fig
ure. Tho corrected Importers stock on
Soptembcr 1 Is 57.003 tons, consisting
of 21,000 tons Centrifugals, and bal
ance ot Hollos and other Muscovado
and Molasses sugars. These figures do
not Includo tho 23,000 tons Cubas held
for speculators account by agents of
federal Sugar Kenning Compnny,
The receipts this week aro CC.3C0
tons in excess of requirements for
meltings of 40,000 tons which wero re
duced by tho holiday closing. Totul
stocks arn Increased to 202,028 tons,
against 1S3.GC8 tons last week and 123.
CS3 tons at corresponding timo last
Tho Cuba cablo gives no receipts,
3.S00 tons exports and 200,000 stock.
With two centrals still grinding tho vi
sible crop production of date being 1,
113,000 tons. Tho stock remaining In
tho island is now mostly In the strong
est hands who may decide to hold
steadily for somo lime yet rather than
follow the market down.
EUROPEAN DEBT CROP. Mr. F.
O. Llcht cables us specially from
Magdeburg, September 1, 1905: "Weath
er unfavorable for the growing crop."
September 5, 1905: "Weather unfa
vorable for tho growing crop."
VISIBLE SUPPLY. Total stock of
Europo and America, 1,293,028 tons,
against 1,003,716 tonB last year at the
same uneven dates and 2,750,298 tons at
the even dato ot Jan. 1st, 1905. The
decrease of stock Is 210,718 tons,
against a decrease of 212,126 tons last
week, and a decrease ot 1,005,710 tons
January 1st, 1905. Total stocks and
nlloats. together, show a visible supply
of 1,678,028 tons, against 1,900,746 tons
JAVA EXPORTS. Sugar. Our spe
cial cablegram September 7, 1905, from
liatavla, reports as follows;
Exports 1905 1901 1903
during Aug. Tons Tons Ton?
To America and
steamers 12S.000 151,232 50,632
To America and ,
Europe by sail
ers 3,000 11.155
To Elsewhere by
steamers ..... 58,000 52,060 73.27C
Total 189,000 203,342 135,057
I Total quantity now afloat to United
States Is 300,000 tons, against 277,000
tons afloat at same time in 1904 and
, 110,000 tons In 1903.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAN
HONOLULU, September SO. 1006.
NAME OP STOCr
C Brewer & Co hMMW
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300,000 to 5 58
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a.v 50.000 rjo
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Hawaiian Ajrlcultur'l Co
tiaw con & aucir o
Hawaiian Sugar Co -...
onoha Sup;ar Co
alkii Sueur Co . .
Kahubii Plnlalton Co-
Klhct PlanutlonCo Ltd
Klpahulu bujar uo
KoIoaSuear Co .
Gahu aurar Ci
Onomta Sugar Co. ...
Ookala Suf.r Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ..
Paauhau Sujir Plant Co
Pacific Sufar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pc ptekto Suear Co .....
PlotiM Mill La
Walalua AcTlcuItural Co
WallukuSurar Co Set
Walmanat Surar Go
WaUnaa Mill Go
InUr-Iiland SttamN Col
Hawaiian tlctrlc Co
Mutual Telcphont Co -Oahu
H & L Co-.-
Hllo Rallroa4 Co
Hon. B AM. Go
HawTcr4H pc -Haw
Gov p C ....
C&HSuc Rf Co.6pc
cwa riant coo p c .
Haiku Sutrif Coone
Haw Com & Sut Co 5 pc
nawnuicar coopc ...
Hllo R H Co Con 6 p C.
Hon R T A L Co A d c.
Oahu Sucar Co6pc
Olaa Sugar Lo6p C...
Pala Plant Co
Pioneer Mill C06 p c .
Waialu Aerlc Co 6 p c
McHryJe .. ...1..
Sales Hot. Doards: 100 HawC Sugar
Co., $34; 10 Kthcf, $8.
Latest tugar quotation, 3 6875 cents.
SUGAR, 3, 6875
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 9(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
920 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Total exports, May 1, 1905, to August
31, 1905, 521,693 tons; 473,853 tons In
1904, and 332,327 tons in 1903.
Batavla cables: "Crop estimated a'
The report ot tho dRimlssal of Road
Engineer of the Public Works Depart-1
ment Guy II. Gere ot Hllo at tho In
stance ot Governor Carter and with
tho disapproval ot Superintendent ol
Public Works C. S. Hollowny, now In
Hllo, scorns to bo somouhat twisted.
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works Howland this forenoon gavo the
following story of the whole affair:
"Tho road engineers of tho depart
ment wcro cmplojid to do work under
tho loan appropriation bill, It being
indcrxtood at tlio time ot their employ
ment that they wero to bo paid out'ol
the appropriation ot this bill. Wheu
tho Governor cut out nil the special Is
land Items from the bill there was no
work for then to do, at least not at the
present time. Thero was furthermore
no money from which to pay them as
tho Items from which they should draw
their pay had been cut out and as there
is not enough ot the current appropria
tions to pay them. As thero was no
money with which to pay the road en
gineers there was no other course open
except to dispense with them,
"As soon as tho Governor notified me
that ho had cut out tho special Island
Items, I notified Road Engineers Gere
of Hawaii, Howell ot Maul and Sweet
Ber of Kauai by wireless that the de
partment did no longer require their
services. I notified Hollowny In Hllo
at the same time but I have not heard
a word from him."
KAPAA ID H
Tho Qovernor, Secretary Atkinson,
and Land Commissioner Pratt-aro at
present busily engaged In matters con'
nocted with the opening of public
lands. Yesterday theso three gentle
men had a lengthy conference on tho
subject and todny Atkinson paid a call
on Prntt at his offlco In regard to tho
Tho opening of certain lands at Kn
paa, which are at present leased lor
cano cultivation, but tho leaeo on
which will oxplio noxt year, Is being
especially treated, as was reported by
tho Rultctln Eomo tlrao ago would bo
"Fei Sals" cards at Bulletin office.
LOCAL 1NB GENERAL
Hend "Wants" on pane 6.
Delicious pies like your mothoi
made. New England linker;
Mrs J. A. Thompson and clilld ero
cutgolng passengers In tlie Sierra.
Tho ship Mary I., Cuihlng sails for
San Kranclsco tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Aubrey Robinson nnd
parly left today for an exUndcd trip
Court Camoes Ko 8110, A. O, r.
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Hnn Antonio Hall.
Hao ou seen tho now lino of com'
Ic mailing cards; over 1000 varieties
at Wall, Nichols Co.
The very latest noteltlcs in ladles
neckwear and an excellent artcty to
select from at Mom's this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George KnlpU left today
for tho Coast. Mr, Ilolph goes to takx
chargo of the Crockett refinery.
C' M. Lovestad of the Qregg Com
pany left on the Sonoma today on it
business visit to Ken bury, N. Y.
Tho ctost of a kodak Is so small when
Its innumerable advantages are taken
Into consideration, that It Is surprising
that every person docs not oun onr
Honolulu Photo Supply Co
Assistant Superintendent of I'ublld
Works How liuul lias obtained n two
months' leave of absence. He will lento
in the Alameda October 11 to IU
his homo In Massncliunetja.
Doremua Scudder has gone east lo
to solicit funds to carry on missionary
work In llnwall. He nlll attend tin'
Molionk conference nnd probably gho
tome of his views on llannll.
County Attorney n. A. Douthltt goes
to Kaunl this evening to represent tho
County of Oahu's Interests In tho con
trocrsy oer whether the people of
Kaunl should pay their Income tax here
Or on Knual,
J D. Tucker leaves In the Sierra
today to ettend the annual session ot
the Clrnnil Lodge of California. Later
lie wilt go cast to nttend tho convoca
tion of Scotlsli Kite Masons In Wash
ington. Mr. Tucker Is the local In
spector for the Grand Lodge ot Califor
nia and head of the various Scottish
Kite organizations ot the city,
UD1ES II IK
OF MIS8 TRACEY'S
Some three hundred women, from
sweet sixteen to settled sixty, nrmed
with pencils, pads and an appetite for
knowledge and dainty samples, gather
ed In the largo social hall of tho Roal
Hawaiian Hotel at 10 o'clock this
morning to hear and sco Miss Suxanno
Tracey, cooking artist and expert, dis
course and demonstrate.
On n platform at the mauka end ot
tho hall Miss Tracey, flanked by a
couple of Reliable gas ranges, a cabi
net and an operating tablo and assisted
by a Honolulu lady, juggled eggs, but
ter, flour and a host of other Ingredi
ents, talking the whllo and revealing
many llttlo mysteries which touched
tier gentle audience in tho appropriate
Among tho lessons was a scientific:
revelation In the art ot cooking pea.
Miss Tracey announced that halt or
more of tho pea flavor was In the pod
and advised, when fresh peas were
cooked, tho boiling of the pods with
Pencils and pads werejeept busy nna
a deep Interest was manifested.
A delicious little luncli, tho result of
tho morning's demonstration, was serv
ed and the Honolulu Gas Co.'s seancr
was voted a perfectly lovely affair.
Gcorglna Gomez Kerrclra, nee Clonic,
Maria Gomez Fcrrclra, nee Gomez, and
I.ul Gomez, residents of Honokaa, Hit-
makun, Hawaii, have filed a motion U
show cause for accounting by admin
istratrix and for distribution. Tholi
petition shows that Jaclntho Gome)
died Intcstato at Honolulu, May 11,
1891, leaving an estate. On June 8,
1891, Vcrglnla Gomez, tho widow, was
appointed administratrix of the estats
It Is shown that no Inventory or as
count lias been filed by the adminis
tratrix In regard to the administration
of the property of the estate up to tut
present time. She has collected a Urge
sum of money on accounts of rents o
teal estato belonging to tho estate and
also ot a certain leasehold sold by
her. Furthermore there Is the sum of
$400 in the. Postal Dunk belonging tc
the estate. The petitioners show thai
they aro tbe only heirs ut law ot Ja
Clntho Gomez, subject to tho (low 01
light of Virginia Gomez. They ask that
ktlio admlnlstiatrlx bo ordered to show
cause why alio should not file her ac
counts, and that she bo commanded to
turn Into tho court all tho moneys b
longing to tbe estate m order that dis
tribution may be made.
The, BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 cents p-r month. Weekly Bulletin,
$1 per year.
l 3mhJ ff LjrJw1 ff sa &uib an
H Wllaom uTctates that pure beer only B IV HHK
be ,H BSJ ,
I WURZBURGER I K l
are drunk by all good Judges of the I Itfeffi ,?jSlt
brewer's product. ZblgssWl
M. R. COUNTER
COOLING DRINKS FOR THE LONG
(Quarts, Pints and Splits.)
Sparkling, refreshing, with a dash
of delicious Fruit Syrup (we have a
dozen different flavors). Better than
any soda water ever concocted.
Unfermented apple Juice filtered snd
bottled fresh from the press.
Lewis & Company,
Telephone 240. 169 King Street.
Sole Agents Apolllnarls, Apenta and
Johannls Llthla Waters.
: THE QUEER :
The various models of 180S
j, of the QUEEN automobile sre j.
eacn marvels or perfection, '
combining to the highest do-
gree simplicity, reliability,
power snd durability all es- 4
sentlal festures In an automc-
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.r::.ri.. w ..,:"?". .
Merchant 8t between Fort
j. ana maKea on. 4.
Mrs, Kern's Factory
for all Island specialties. Mango Chut
ney, Papala Marmalade, Guava Jelly,
poha Jam, Etc., t-tc.
"For Rent" cards on sals at Bulletin.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
CARRIAGE and DOOR MATS
In Many Sizes
R W Jordan & Co,, Ltd
11 37 Fort Street
Isn't pcrforminjr its duty
as it should, give it to skillful
hands and have the fault reme
died. Vc repair watches with a skill
only obtained by years of prac
THE GERMAN! LIFE
Of NEW YORK
Is the only American Company
which since 1868 has been abla
to comply and which has com
piled uninterruptedly .with al
the rigorous requirements of the
Laws of Germany, Austria no
43 YOUNG Ot DC
8 A V B
If you have one of our Httt
home savings banks you wll
be able to save dollars where
you couldn't save cents with
out one. Call for one. today.
HiST AMERICAN SAVINGS &
TRUST CO. Of HAWAII, LTD.
Our stock of couches at present 1st
a particularly 'fine one, and w cans
supply Black Leather, Tapestry or Vet
lour covered couches from $12
$-15. We also make box couches to
Porter Furniture Co.
Young Building. Corner Hate) 8X.
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