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i BVENINQ rnJLT.ayTllJ, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATtUIUV, MAY 9, l!w. 5 1 StffWWPVTOWVWfTfWWWWW RUGBY-A Man's Oxford YOU cannot mistake our RUGBY. It has individuality, style and snap. In a general way only, it is like other shoes. Specifically it is dif ferent. Ask to see the RUGBY. Stock number 36 L. Price $4.50 Mclncrny Shoe Store tlkttktkikfkklkhtihkli scs A Tonic THAT BUILDS YOU UP and xuakes you feci better all day for a glass taken with your lunch that's Primo Beer l-l'! L-1 -l'-Jf Belts! Belts! Belts! Ladies' Embroidered Belts, 25c to $1.00 Kid Belts, all colors, 50c . Elastic Belts, 50c to 75c FINEST BELTS FOR THE MONEY IN HONOLULU. L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Holel atH3 F0R SAU By 80t ALL FIRST CLASS GROCERS JOUSl-MUSTAIIO-TOMATO J "Monterey Packing (g X F.LDOOTH. SeuAcwT. S Monopolo Red Top Dry--Champagne ,, Gold TopExtry Dry J. A. M'Brayer's Spring '91 Old Bourbon Whiskey LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD. FAMILY WINES AND LIQUORS. " 169 KINO. STREET. TELEPHONE 240. I Monuments, Safes, Hawaiian iron Pence and Monument Works vVWWirwuwVsrjuawuwwr- SUGAR v MXnM.V&VM&fo'WXJi)WXMi'tu Wlllctt & (Iray'B Sugar Journal for April 2.' says: STATISTICS IIY 8PKCIAL CAULK. Cuba: Tlio bIx principal ports: He telpts, IS, 000 tons; exports, 23,000 tons; stock, 2 18, 000 tons, against (17,000 tons last year. Centrals grinding, 47, against 111 last year. Stocks In the United Stntes and Cuba together of tC 1,988 tons. against 100,710 tons last week imil 730,000 tons last year, n decrease of 2S0.102 tons from Inst )ear. Huiopo: Stock In Kuropc, 2,071,- 000 tons, against 2,778,000 tons Inst jear. Hamburg reports no ship ments rnvv beet sugar to tlio U. S. this week. VI3II1LK SUPPLY. Total stock of Kuropc nmt America, 3,12u,0S8 tons, against 3,513,000 tons last year at tlio same uneven dates. The de crease of stock Is 387,102 tone, against n decrease of 307,184 tons last week. Total stocks nnd nlloats together show n visible supply of 3, 200,988 'tons, against 3,613,090 tons last year, or n dccrcascof 347,102 tons. KAWS. Nearly o'l sugar nevvsTo cclved nttcr tlio Easter holidays has been favorable to further Improve ment in the market, tlio latest trans actions showing nn advance for tlio week of .Ofic. per 100 lbs. spot vnlue, to-1.12c. per lb., 90-degreo test Cen trifugals. Tlio basis for tlio advnnco was the Cuba news showing that 27 Centrals stopped grinding and that the weath er continues unfavorable for tlio growing crop. Tho European market was Immediately nlfected, as well as our own, nnd beet BUgnr advanced to the highest point yet of tlio cam paign, say to lis. 10 l-2d. per cwt., f. o. b. Hamburg. Also tho weather In Europe Is un favorable for tho beet crop. The business of the week consisted mainly of Cuba Centrifugals for April and May shipment, of which somo 200,000 bags wcro taken by tho refin ers at 3c. c. & f. and 3 1-Sc. c. & f. for 90-degrco test, nnd 3 1-lCc. c. & f.'for 90-degreo test. . At the close tho offerings arc moro frco nt 3 3-1 Oc. c. & f., 9G-dn-gico test, for April-May shipment, with buyers at 3 1-Sc. c. & f or Its equivalent, 4.49c. Innd. licet sugnis lire quoted n llttlo off fiom the highest point, now lis. 9 3-4d. for May, the new crop nt 10s. 0 3-4d. for October-December, being affected by the low offerings of Rus sian Crystals (nt lis. 3d. forDan zlg) for delivery after Soptembcr 1st. Beet for shipment to the U, S. is offered nt 12s. 2 1-ld. c. & f being the parity of 4.49c. for Centrifugals. A now feature Is tho offerings of Java sugars for shipment hero from the United .Kingdom lit 13c. c. & I, equal to 1,01c. laucicd, duty paid, 9G degree busts. Juno-July blilpmcnt'from Jnva di rect aio held nt 12s. 3d. c. & f., equal to 1.41c. lauded. Later shipments for July-August nro held at Us. 10 l-2d. c. & f., equal to 4.33c7 per lb. landed. Tho final sales rcportcd-nt 32,000 bags Cuba Centrifugals, 90-degreo test, nt 3 l-8c. c..& f April-May clearance, nnd 8,000 bags Porto HI cos on tlio spot at 4.42c. Tho tono nnd tendency Is to con tinued steadiness and gradual Im provement. BORN. CAHLO In Honolulu, May 8, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Carlo, n son. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. CMP'risTJ I I ' "- , HONOLULU. May 9. 1908 MEXT TO YOUNG DLDQ.. 176-190 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287. J. LANDO SEEffflraEEEHS Has Moved to OREGON BLOCK, 152 Hotel St. OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL NAME Oh STOCI MEkr!ANTlt" 2 Otnttr (t Co-. SUrUR Rwa Plantation Co .... Hawaiian Ak?1c.O . Haw Com & 5ur Co Itanallau Sugar Co.,. Houoniu Sugar Co . llonokaa Sugar Co , . Haiku Stnar Co gahukii Plantation Co Kllitl Flaiital on Co l.ld ICIpalmti Sugar Co.,.. Koloa Sugar Co MrDrfilc Sugar Co .... OjIiu Sugar Co Otiom.a Sugar Co ... Ookola Sugar Plant Co Olaa Sugar Co Mil .... olowalu Co wt.j. I'aaliau Srgar 1'l.tit Co Pacini- Sugar Mill Pala rtantatlMt Co .... I'rperken Sugar Co.... Piraicr Mill C.o. .i.i.. Waialua AgrlcCo...... WrllukuSugai Cn .... VVaimaiialnSitctar Co.. Walmra Sugar MID Co MISCKLIANF.OIIS luttr-lnlaiHl Slram N Co Hawaiian KtrctilcCo., Hon K T H I. Co Trrt Moil KTA I, Co Com Mutual Tckpltmi Co Nahileu Kilter C o Pud Un ...... Nalukil KiiMift IO.AM. OatiuK S I. Co.. i ...i Illlo KK Co.... Hon It MCoi Hawaiian Pincajpk Co. HON lis HtwTrr.pcll'IreCIl HawTrr 4 pc .,, HawTcrtU pc HlwTrrili pc , HawTcri pc Haw Kov 1 1 pc C Beit Sug ik K.I Co 6 pc ,,,. Haiku SugarCo6 pc Mam. Dllrh Co , Upr DilrliCa Haw,Cnni&SugCosc Hau-Sugar Coo pc... Illlo K KG Con 6 pc 1 1 chi RT &LCo6p c Kflltuku P.ant Co 6 p c. s'r'trnlf S Cn'aua Oihl RJk I.Coojc'.. Othtl Sugar Co s i c . Cta Sugar Co ft pc. I'M- Sue. Mill Co, 6i Tula PUiilatlou l.o .... Piou.fr Mill Co 6 pc. Waialun grk Co 5 p c 'lal. uwi ii. .Vinri urn' l.giiinii X.'IIJ" . i T.Hlll ' -.11111,1111 ,-ilfllill n,' .011111 . .VM.IIII .l IHMMi. ii, . no1 1 . LjilNMirM 1,011111. t I.IIIHII, , .llllO.i ,,' .IIIIMMi t IIK1 1 u' AMkl.'ii .ii.iii ,. 7V)im .'.".iji 1 l,i" l ,J ,..IM.II r,.iiin M'i II' l!i 'i i,i, i,,j HWIi 1 iH l,I.Y,c " lawxi 1 1 !4,IHVI,fM l,uiitiii niii,oM 4HI.IM1 llJli l "w L0CAI 4N0, 6ENE8AI Riglit niw is the best day to start getting subscribers to the Bulle tin, thereby semiring a vacation free of all cost. lVj m IV) --: I I'O I!.' Sales llutwecn. Ilonrilx 20 Haw. C & S. Co., $90; 15 Wniilm J87; 3 Walnltia, $87; 1C I.-l. S. N f $110.50; 25 Oalm Sugar Co., $2K :". j-, Oalm Sugar Co., $28.50; 10 Wnlnliu. $S7; 20 Waialua. $87; 20 Wnhiltu $87; 40 Waialun, $87; 48 Waialua Js7. T, Wai alua. $S7; 10 Kwn. $28.12'-. 100 Kwn, $i8.23; 40 Ewa, $28.25; ' Scssliin; 50 Olnn, $4.S7V $1.8714; 5 Olan, $4.87H- Dividends May 9, 19on 15c share. Olaa, (o. 20 Olaa, I'.iauJiau; Latest sugar quotation 4 33 cents or $87.20 per ton. , London Beets, 1 1 s 9d Sugar, 4 36 Hmry Waterhouss Trust Co., Stock and Bond Depailment Mtmbera Honolulu Stock and Boml Exehangs. , WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manatti. FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS. ' TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4, BULLETIN ADS. PAY NEW - TO-DAY NOTICE Will tho person who tooluy mls tako from In front of tho llullotlii of fice bicycle numbered 901C kindly communicate with tho Ilullctln, tf STOCK BOOKS CLOSED The Stock Hooks of the Oalm Su gar Co., Ud will bo closed to trans fers from May 10th to 15th, 1908, both dates Included. (S.) W. i'FOTKNIIAUER, Treasurer Onhu Sugar Co., Ltd. 3998-lt IAW OFFICES of of GEO. A. DAVIS, II.B. Attorney and Connselor-at-Iaw. Member of the U. S. Supreme Court Bar. Room 21 Campbell Block, HONOLULU. On and after June 1st, ,1908, 1 will open a Branch Office for the general practice of my profession, at WAILUKU, ' ON THE ISLAND OF MAUI. Collections made in all parts of the worm. Commissioner of Deeds of the Stntes of California, Massachusetts, nnd New York. ltcfers to Clnus Snreckels & Co,, cankers. NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL LEASES OF AGRICULTURAL LANDS AT LAUPAH0EH0E- WELOKA AND KAIAAKEA, HIL0, HAWAII. At twelvo o'clock noon, Monday, Juno 8, 1908, nt mo front cntrnnco of the Judiciary llnilillng, Honolulu) thcie will bu sold at public miction, under the Provisions of Part G, I.aml Act 1895, nnil of Sections 278-285 In clusive, Revised Ii of Hawaii, Concial Leases of the following de scribed lands: 1, Lauds of I.atipahochoti-Wclo-ka, comprising the lands of Wo-loka-1'acohe, Kapchu 2, Kapchu 1, East Moannlulu, West Momiululii, Kaiwilahllahl, Papaaloa, Klhnlnul, Hokumnhue, ManowHlopae-l'uuuluea, Kltau and Lnup.ilioehoe, and consist ing of 3,132 acres moro or loss, ngrl cultural land, said laud being situat ed ut Luupahoehoe, Island of Hawaii. Term of Lease, ten (10) years from May 1, 1909. Upset rental, $8,450.10 per annum, paynblo semi-annually In ndvnnce, This Lcnso will be sold reserving to the outgoing tenant tho privilege of harvesting crops growing on the Innd on May 1, 1909, the outgoing tenant being required to pay for such privilege to the Incoming tenant nn amount equal to tlio rent per aero paid by such Incoming tenant propor tioned to the time rcqnlicd to com plete mich harvesting. 2. Lands of Knlankea, consisting of 100 acres moro or less, agricultur al Innd, said land hptng situated near Lnupahochoe, Island of Hawaii Term of Lease, eight (8) ycais from May 1, 1908. Upset rental, $335,00 per annum, paynblo scml-nnnunlly In advance. The lessees will be allowed to cm frpiu the premises such trees ns may Rent KrnnMIn cars. Stkyds. Stbls,' Property, Income and specific taxes are due nnd payable now. Wlillam McKluley Lodge No s i of V., will moot this ovcnlng nt 7 .: I Tho benefit given nt I.usltana II-iil last Salurda netted $100 lo tlio jaclitj fund. 1 Ltd Aloha Lodco No. 3. O. V. S H meets In Jluronlc Tcuipjo nt 7;30 tl I evening Kor nn nuio rldo ring up 191 nin! order Oeo. Well'A new suven-seati '. Stitdobakcr Attorney C. W. ABht'inl was Annum '"ftjilio airlvals in the Manna Kea llu- iiiiiiuiiiH. Tnko your carriage or automobile t. Iln-.-allnn Cnrrlago Minify.' Co, for up-to-dnto lupulrs. Ilavo jou seen thu handsoiuo win dow display of Loulslno ribbons at Whitney & Marsh's? ' Why not spciin the summer nt one of tho Sc.ikIiIo Cottages? Kngago I cottngo Immediately. U. S. Deputy Mnrshlil Harry Holt returned today from Hawaii on tho steamship Manna Ken. Mrs. K. Deacon last night received a cable announcing tho death of her' mother In San rranclsco. To enjoy tlio best rldo in an nuto In Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qulan's now seven-scHted Fcerloss Editor Tsiiriishlmii of the Dally Cliion'lclu came back from Illlo today on tlio steamer Maunii Kea. Try the"beer at tu lloffnian. Ev ery glass Just as cold ns It should !' and as snappy us can be detlred. Mrs. Mary Atclicrlcy returned today from Hawaii, arriving on tho Manna Kea, which docked nt 7 o'clock. An" exceptionally flno Imported Alro dale terrier can bo bought from Dr. A. It. Rownt at a very reasonablo price. Attend the great hosiery snlo at Ilium's, commencing Monday morning, May 11 New goods. Oreat savings'. Attend tho great hosiery Bale at Mom's, commencing Monday morning May 11. New goods. Great savings'. Tom Qiilnu hns gone Into tho auto hsck business with a lino four-pnsscn-gcr lhilck and Is prepared to furnish tho best posslblo service. I'hono 361. Thcru will bu n regular meeting of Thcodoro Roosevelt Camp No. 1, U. S. W, V., In Wnverloy Hall this even- lllfe ill i.uv. If your cash register does not work just right, take it to the expert at the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.: Fhone 143. ' j When you want nn auto hnck of regular hack distance prices, ring up Frank Llllls, I'hono 3C1. Always ready, day or lilght. Call at the Tax Office and ascer tain what you owe while the assess ment books for 1907 are open for In spection to the public. Tho lnntorn for thu rnngo light In Honolulu harbor Is ready for Flilp incut from Seattle, according to noti fication received by Captain Otwcll, The baud will piny this afternoon at the (iloaners' pirty. On Sunday the band will play for tho newspaper ball games at thu loaguo gioimd;!, Mo llllll. The regular monthly meeting of tho Ahahiii lolanl will bu held In tho Sun. day school-room of St, Andrew's Ca thedral on Tuesday, May 12, at 3:30 p. in. Sachs lsv getting ready for n big week, to begin Monday, and ho hap mniked his new lino of Spring spec ials down, to maku sure of a large pat imngo You'll lliiil us always well In thu lead In tho matter of eonectly iiimlo clothes. We'll show )ou somo of tho best things made. Sllvn'tt Toggery, King street, near Knit. All vvlm nro not members of the Ilurilsou Mutual Association should Join now, during thu special dispensa tion Penalties of delinquent mum tier's waived. Kaplolniii building. Ml Lanz, the Chilean consul, gave a luncheon at Iho Young Hotel this noon, with the commander of thu Urn zlllau cruller (lencial Ltaipicdanti, Cap tain (Inray, as the guest of honor. Cap tain Rocs, commandant at thu U. S, Naval Station, was present. Thu San Joso Tlmu of April 22 con tains ii notice to thu effect that Man uel l'Yrnutuloz, nged 21, u nntlvo of Hawaii, ami a resident of Mllnltns, was granted a llccnso to marry Mnrla P. ltlco, aged 18, n natlvo of Portugal, and also a resident of Mllpltas. Luivo was grunted Cation, Nelll & Co., Liieas brothers, mid A. 11. John- ton lo Intervene In tho U. S. for uso and benefits of Lew era & Cooku vs Tho Iluriell Construction Co., t nl mill have their rights un,I claims ad indicated In the action as if It vvoro named In tho original complaint. Judge Dole gavo tho order, Tho following sugar Is reported on Hawaii: 'Olaa, $32,242; Walakon, 5500; Hawaii Mill, 6000; Walnaku, 28, 800; Ononien, 11,000; Pepeokeo, 7000; llonnmii, 10,000; Hnknhm, 34,000; Ll.aupahoehoo, 18,000; Ookulu, 0000; WELL IN THE LEAD-you'll find us there in the matter of correctly -made clothes.' Our HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Spring Suits leave everybody and everything else in clothes far behind. We'll show you some of the best things made. a This store Is tin l Hart Schaffner & Mais SILVA'S TOGGERY, King St. near Fort Phone 651 RUBEROID lasts twice as long as any other Roof ing on the market, and gives the very best of service all the time it lasts. It is superior in every point to ev ery other roofing. It is absolutely weather-proof, elastic, and odorless. Anyone can apply it with a ham mer and nails, nnd it STAYS. LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd., 177 SOUTH KING STREET. FHONE 775. FRESH ISLAND BUTTER delivered to you firm and sweet is a delicacy not to be frowned at. We have something extra good from Hawaii. We have installed cold-storage boxes in all of our delivery wagons,, so that the butter reaches you in splendid condition. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited Telephone 45 Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls The pure-bred Jtnef Bulls, OJibway of Y. E., A. 3. 0. C, No. 602-17, art Guenon Lad, 2nd A. 3. C. C, No. 62304, at service at $10. Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy Tho Ural engineer and tho took of tlcii. Hjf.iel TU'Sch has temporaiily tho disabled steamer Sonora, which resigned Iho post of president of tho has been drifting helplessly In tho lepublle of Colombia mid has iliBlg (Suit for a week, arrived In Vera '""l ;''"' O' ' Klnamo Angulo Cru.. Mexlcp. In nn open boat. They J"., "' W.J - traveled 250 miles nt thu mercy of At,nnllc enports for political pur- tho winds mid currents of tho Uulr. poses. bo necessary to provide fenco posts for constructing nnd niulntnlnlng thoj Kuknlaii, 8500; lluinnkun. flOOO; Paaii' fences required under tho terms ami conditions of theso leases. The Government alfo oxcojits and lesorves fiom all of the abovo tracts nil roads, trails, nnd rights-of-way. Tho usual reservations regnidlng land requited by the tloveruniout for settlement or public purpnsos will be embodied In each of thu above. leases. Tor plans nnd full particulars, np pl ut the olllco of tho mulcrslgued, hail, 32.500; Houokaa, 8500; Kuhtil haelP, 4200; Puualuii, 13,500; Houu apo, 1910. .. ,. .tj .j. .y .,. ., . v $ ? ? Judiciary Uullding, Honolulu, or ut die olllen of tho Sub-Agent nt Hilo, on the Isfand of Hawaii, JAB. V. PUATT, Commleslouer of Public Lands. Honolulu, Oalm, T. 1L, May 7, 1908 39i)8 May V, 1C, 23, 30; June U. Begin Right by buying McCALL PATTERNS and then buying your material. Wc think we can show yon what you require at prices that will SURPRISE you. Ask to be shown our NEW LAWNS and other goods, at CUT PRICES LW. Jordan & Go., Ltd. n Hi m a' fc!V iV f V AM HJlLk. BriaCM4aAaMtataW(XaMLB i 4'ifi ii irmn nkti i iiniiiifBrtiii ' . -aiv&C.Sfo '