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' There is little doubt that the Philip
pines will be exploited for rubber us !
they are being for 'sugar. From the I
reports this paper ,baa given of the !
recent international rubber exhibition
in, New York, It-will have been seen
' that both the Philippines ' and Hawaii
, t M jk. r
ber countries. J. Shaw Hellier, who
has t pent many years in the Federal
' Malay States and Burmah in the roan-
iKutcuv ui i uuun cbuiics, uici b"- c
- tlie . Mindanao -Herald his. Tiews on
Mindanao for .. rubber culture. - He
says Mindanao is well within the Para
.junwr .wue, uui vi mo w i
typhoons and contains plenty of land
fully equal to the best of the FedeVal
Malay .SUtes.. , First-class . landthat
, uu wuv, ; 'v"v
highway or , navigable - rlver-rln, 4 the
latter country can be leasedfrom the
government at f 1.08 an acre for. the ig a . pica6ure t0 ; reC0rd that of ten
first six years, and at $2.16 thereafter, BUgarg. dealt In, five : malnUined . the
while land iu Mindanao can be leased Bame prices at the end as at the be
from the government atlO cenU an innJnr two had made gains and only
aero for .twenty-five years. As to -la- snowej declines and none 4 of
bor, Mr. Hillier believes that obtain- the8e large ;.;of . miscellaneous stocks
able. In Mindanao , would compare fa- haud, one declined, ,two increased
vorably with, that pf many otber coun-, one wa8 unchanged. v
.tries.. With regard , to capital, ,r he . During the period in question there
thinks the Alalay. states nave an aa-'
vantage from having a pasU., Out of
Jy'iVHh-pros Of 164 during; the
the last few years, $150,000.000. .have
gone to the Federal, Malay states: .; As
the .liberal; terms' on. whlcb land can
be leased apply only to, people of the
islands and, American; citizens,, 5 for
eign capital though perhaps easier to
ge t than .American, ; would ,. be, effect
ually , barred: ... . '-T'-:- -:'a U yf '
SUGAR INDUSTRIES "OF "
.. AUSTRALIA AN0 RJI
biux, Depiemuw r.
expectations expressed In my last ad-
SYDNEY, September 20, 1912. The
vices, with regard to an Increased out
put in Australia, compared with the
earlier estimates, re not likely to. be
realized. . the growth of the cane .not'
having, responded torthe good rains
other hand. the . yoang cane is. doing
wclland the prospects are bright lor
next' year's crop. r : .; '. i
- In Fiji, the crop Is somewhat ex
ceeding the estimate, and there also
the . weather: has been favorable for
the growth of the young jcane. n
The work at the mills in Australia
haaiot, so far, been interrupted by la
Lor tronbles; the higher, wages now
being paid have apparently - had ; a
steadying effect . on the men. ; v -1 v '
. The Royal Commission has not yet
resumed Its inquiries Into the sugar
industry. pending . an application. ;,to
the high court for an Injunction to re
strain the commission, from compell
ing the sugar i company- to glve.cer
tain. evidence. - ..vr
; ' NOEL DEERR'S PAPER
' American Sugar industry for Octo
ber gives the following synopsis of a
paper read , by Noel -Deerr, . on ? the
status of cane sugar manufacture in
the Hawaiian Islands, before the
Eighth International Congress, of Ap-
rrve nunareu ana -Bixtr-u. muu
and thirty-one short tons or sugar
were produced In -191K Crop lasts
thirty weeks. Most factories produce J
unaer io,uwu ions; wme pruauce up 1
to 50.000 tons. Lahalna (Bourbon or
OMhMtA . ran a nrlnrlnailv- is raised
and generally Is irrigated. Sixteen to
18 per cent of sucrose In some of the
cane, average equals 15 ier cent, with
90 purity. Yellow Caledonia cane
puns i average uu 10 x ; pvi vcuu
Nine,, twelve! and one eighteen-roller
r ncul Ton ti ?LA nor pant
roasceration water, average SO per
rntt 90 to 56.75 ner cent of the sugar
In cane.ia extracted; average 53 -to
93.5 per cent- " Defecation ' with lime
tsA, iMiHtv mb .than 5 nor font
Filtered through mechanical filters or
wood shavings. Quadruple submerged
vertical tube tvaporators are used.
cma stolonAriat mini1 with 4j der.
tubes. Return of molasses and crys
tallization in motion suppress low
goods. Sugar polarizes 96 to 97, wa
ter l per cent, molasses equals 45. true
purity. Dutch oven furnaces and mul
titubular fire tube boilers .are em
ployed. Fiber In cane equahr .1 2.3 per
cent; sugar produced, 12.1 percent of
cane. ' " I'&J&'S- '
Tbe Standard Oil is to erect -a re
finery in the San Joaquin valley to be
1n a position' to dictate ? prlcesT 7At
present the octopus ships oils into
. . 1 j 1 1
tne country - dui is .unaersoia. oj juuv
. - . i.f
nnnnT rnmnanipn onirc iacai reim-
X Kirk I Kane, sentenced at , Reno to
four years for burglary, claims to be
. the son of the king of Sulu.
' " A man .who lived in a shanty near
Detroit, Mich., and who recently died
of starvation, was found to have pos
sessed quite a fortune, most of which
was in the form of greenbacks stuffed
Jnto tin cans.
EDITED BY DANIEL LOGAN
Stocks have shown some Improve -
ment for the six days ended at noon
yesterday; as compared with the same
j corresponding period of last week; Al-
wuugu u ics iiuiuuer ui buiuvb. were
sold,. the valoe of proceeds is greater,
indicating that the . more desirable
stocks were mostly In motion. : An-
j oiner gooa tning mat can do saw or
J tbe perio4 nnder review is that prices
htid up better tnan they did tne gj x
days preceedlng. In last - week's re-
i view.' u will ue , reinernuereii mat a
majority 61 tire sugar stocks handled
cfcmrot witra nn thu noraiinn n
of . 66,B12.62, against' - 2236 shares
corresponding six days - ended last
week, or an., increase , bta $1754,62 , .
In value from sales. Of . bonds a par
value of . $13,5Q0 was - sold, - which Is
$14,500 ' less ' than Hhe, sales of bonds
in the- period before..
' Owing to this falling down in bonds,
there is a decline of $12,745,37 net
in the business of the six days.
Following the the opening ami olos
Ing sale ; quotations .from jSaturdav
October. 26, to Friday,1 November 1,
inclusive, for the fourteen stocks
dealt in: Ewa-Plantation Co. 28.50 and
28.12V.r Hawaiian. Commercial -and
Sugar Co.; 40 and .40; ftawaiian Pine
apple . Co, , 44.50 and 45; Hawaiian
Sugar. Co.J 41tand t.40.25; ,Iilo. Plall
road ; Co., common, r 8.60 . and " 8.50;
Honokaa- Sugar Ca;vM5 and
Manager' Bell Tells of Work
; and Predicts Great Future
for Philippine Sugar
, Seventeen sugar i beet factories f n :
Colorado have "passed prosperity
around in the state this year by pay
ing $4,728,000 more to the farmers for
their beets than last year, and more
than $2,000,000 more to factory and
field labor; than In 1911. i
The output of sugar from tbe sev
enteen factories will be 82,000 tons
more in 1912 than in 1911.
Sugar beet growers and the owners
of the factories are alike Jubilant over
the year's results.
Officials of the Great Western com-
pany Eaid that the beets were of
1 hichpr twrrntflff-A thts Voor than ovop I
Defore, and that all Indications point-
ed to the sugar bein of even a hIgn.
cr grade lnan ever Tnerena3
been a bIg increase In labor employed,
vith a COn8eauent lanre-Increase in
the distribution of wages.
Sixty-three thousand acres more
were planted in sugar beets by the
Colorado farmers in 1912 than in
1911, and there is every Indication of
larger acreage In 1913. The returns
have exceeded the anticipations Cfi
Reports from all the factories in
the State show them running at full
capacity, and they will run longer
this year than ever before to care for
the enormous beet crop, a . late Den
ver paper says.
The following table shows at a
glance the years estimated sugar
Number of factor'es 17
Amount invested in fac
P?id farmers for beets... 5,362,000
raid for factory labor ... 1.329.000
Paid for field labor ...... l!62OO00 '
raid ior supplies l,20o.OOO
Men employed during cam
Men employed during inter-
Tons beets paid for
Acres beets harvested
Tons pulp produced
Sugar produced, tons
Number of factories
Amount invested in fac
Paid farmers for beets 10.100,000
Paid for factory labor . . . 2.OOO.000
Paid for field labor 3,."00.00o
Paid for supplies l.soo.oou
Men employed during cam
THE PAST SIX DAYS
- Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.,
2SJ25 and 22.50 McBryde Sugar Co..
5.37i and 5.374; Oabu Sugar Co..
25.62i and 25.87; Olaa Sugar Co.,
5.12 and 6.37; Pabang Rubber Co.,
19 and 19.75; Pioneer Mill Co... 31 and
30.50; Walalua r Agricultural Co., 100
and 110; Waimea Sugar Co., 200 and
Transactions on the stock exchange
for the six-day period ende yester
in detail were as follows:
'Ewa Plantation Co., C5 shares for
$1834.37; high, 28.25; low 28.12.
' Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Co., 30 shares for $1196.87; high.
40; low, 38.87.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co., 225 shares
for $10,097.50; high, 45; low 44.50.
-Hawaiian Sugar Co., 50 shares lor
4UU.iv; UIgU, 11.3 : lOW
Hilo Railroad Co.. common, lo1
shares for $127.50; price, 8.50.
Honokaa Sugar Co., 25 shares for
1a BuortiH lur in unce. Z2.au. t
..McBryde Sugar Co., 225 shares for,
$1185; high, 5.37; low. 5.25.
Oahu Sugar Co., 882 shares for 1 01 w est maian cumvauon, sucn nea
$22,729.62; high, 25.87; low, 25.50. j v stands of can-do not reach full
uiaa sugar uo., zso snares ror,
$1505; price, 5.37.
Pahang JRubber Co 62 shares for
$1190.50; ; high. 19.75; low 18.37.
Pioneer Mill Co., . 25 shares for
$762.60; .price.. 20.50.. : u
Walalua Agricultural. Co., 195 shares
for -$21,450; price, 110;
Waimea Su6ar . Co., 10 shares for
$2000; price; .200. ,: V
Bonds i ,:v i ; . - .."-J-
i Ililo Railroad Extension sixes, $12,-
000 at 97.75V.i-',v,.'... '.: -V- '' -
Hilo Railroad 1901 sixes. "$50d:Maf
1005; $1000, at 100.
Men employed , during inter
campaign,' . . ,
Tons beets rpaeld for
Acres -beets j harvested
Tons pulp produced . .
Sugar 'produced, i tons
HAWAIIAN JRUST COMPANY
The Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., held
Its annual meeting on Wednesday and
elected J the fallowing , efficers and
directors;. E. ' P. Tenuey, president ;
C. H. Cooke, first vice president ; Hon.
Geo. R. Carter "second vice president;.
J. R, Gait, treasurer and manager; L.
Abrams, secretary; II. II. Walker, as
sistant treasurer; E. A. R. Ross, audi
tor; C. H. Atherton, S. G. Wilder, R.
B. Anderson, directors.
j Following is a summary of the busi-
ness of the company for the year end
jing Sept. 30, 1912: Deposits in tank,
$4,359,587.53; deposits with correspon-
dents, $240,333; real estate property
in charge, $2,315,078.95; market value
of stocks held for clients, $8,491,910;
oar value of bonds held for clients.
' ' ,
; Concluding an article on the high
pricea of meat, which it attributes to
the fact that until recently the farmer
has - continuously cut down the area
of his land devoted to grazing pur
poses and has used it to raise, that
which would pay him the most, the
Financial- Work, of New York and
"If the high prices of cattle shall
be maintained for long the time will
soon artive when farmers will dis
cover that their corn and hay will
bring more in the market when it
gets there in the shape of live stock.
Then they will turn once more to
raising cattle, of which there is a
real scarcity; then and only then will
we again witness a gradual and
wholesome decline in prices of
The contract of the Sugar Factors'
Co. with the American Sucar Refln
ing Co- commonly called "the sugar
trust," was renewed in New York this
week. It is for two years from Octo
ber 1, 1913, and by its terms the Ame
rican will buy all the sugar of the
i 1 : t- s y-. i , . .
1 meir i-acinc uoasi ousiness, ai iew
j York quotations on arrival, less $2 a
j ton. The local company was repre-
1 sented by E. D. Tenney, E. Faxon
Fishop and J. P. Cooke.
Good results are reported from a
model dairy at the Federal experi
ment station at Olaa, Hawaii. There
are now five stations in tbe Territory,
subordinate to the Hawaii Experi
ment Station in Honolulu, and two
more will shortly be established.
Citizens of Hilo are beginning to
A paper on sugar manufacture in
Porto Rico, by George W. Rolfe, Mas
sachusetts Institute of Technology,
which was read before the Kighth In
ternational Congress of. Applied Chem
istry, is printed in American Sugar
.Industry for October. . it says the
growth of the sugar industry in Porto
Rico has been enormous during the
past decade, the production of the isl
and now being more than seven times
the fifty odd thousand tons annually
made under Spanish 'rule. Improve
ment in factories is dwelt on, there
being now forty or more centrals pro
ducing raw sugar by x modern meth
ods. Modern cultivation has done
much to increase yield and artificial
fertilizers have been introduced, but
thg most potent agent of field pror
gress is declared to be the steam
plow. A theory of statisticians that
Porto Rico has reached the limit of
its production on account of there be
ing little more suitable land available,
Is not accepted, by Mr. Rolfe, who
shows that very, large areas are capa-
j ble of being reclaimed by draining and
uiisuuu,woriB iwuj ill
and south of the island
says; ... ' "
'The highly Intensive methods of
cane cultivation practiced in Hawaii
have been tried to considerable ex
tent on. the! island but have not prov-
ed wholly, applicable .to
Owing to tne snorter growing penoa
regard with favor the proposition to
establish .fireproof building limits in
that town. :
- T7".' .
un me.pnginai appraisal 01 me aia-
kiki lots, there wasmdeh dissaisf ac
tion, expressed at the highness of the
valuations Theris4 -now going to
be a , reappraisal: orrthe 'unsold lots,
the Governor havlhl appointed L. C.
Abies, E. - U ,' Schwf.r2berg and Wil
liam - Savidge, as . appraisers.
;-; .:..-- Z-t- .
- Dividends amounting . to $330,550
Were announced on? the Btock sheets
of October 31 and Kovember 1. They
were' as follows: C. Brewer & Co,
$1.50; or $33)00; Ewa Plantation Co.,
20 centsi or $50,000-? Waimanalo. Su
gar Co., $150. orf $6300; p Hawaiian
Electric Co.; 75 cents, or $5625; Ho
nolulu Brewing and Malting Co.,. 25
cents, or. $6250; fhter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., 5 cents, or $16,875;
Kahnku Plantation-Co., 10 cents, or
$5000; Hawaiian Pineapple Co., 25
cents, or $8750: Waimea Sugar Mill
Co., $2, or $2500; Kekaha Sugar Co.,J
$5. or $75,000; Koloa Sugar Co.. $1, or
$5000; Haiku Sugar Co., $1.50. or
$22,500; Pala Plantation Co.. $1.50, or
$33,750; Pioneer Mill Co., 30 centa, or
E. Faxon Bishop and Hawaiian
Trust, Co., Ltd.. as executors of the
estate of the late Mrs. Cordelia C.
Allen, have furnished what is believ
ed to be the largest bond ever given
In a probate case4 here. It is in the
sum of $180,000 and the National
Surety Co. Is the surety. Tbe estate
Is valued at $200,000 and odd. Anoth
er bond furnished within a week past
by the National, of which the Ha
waiian Trust Co. is local agent, was
that of Mrs. Mary Beatrice Campbell
Beckley, as a co-trustee of the estate
of her mother, the late Mrs. A. K. C.
Parker, whos'e will directed that her
minor daughters should become trus
tees of her estate respectively on
their coming of ape. This bond was
in the sum of $62,500.
Henry A. Giles, for about seventeen
years past connected with E. O. Hall
Son, on the 1st inst. assumed Hie
position of manager of the hardware
department of Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
which has been extended and trans
ferred to a separate 6tore of its own
in the Lewers & Cooke building. j
Returning business men report good J
times on the Coast.
Professor T. A. Jaggar, who is en
gaged in volcanic research at Kiiauei
volcano, in an address before tbe
Commercial Club this week, urged
the people of Hawaii to exploit the
volcano more than they have been
doing as an attraction for tourists.
Dr. Victor S. Clark, commissionpr
of immigration, has written to the
government recommending the intro
duction of immigrants from Polari.
The commissioner and his deputy,
Raymond C. Brown, were in Varsr.v
at the time of writing.
Honolulu Iron Works Co. is low
est bidder for 375 tons of cast iron
pipe for the water works, its bid be
ing $33.25 a ton. The highest bid was
Prices of meat were definitely rais
ed on the 1st inst.. being announced
in an itemized advertisement.
An unverified rumor is that the Ha
waii Meat Co. will establish a cold
We have MASSAGE BATTERIES mae speci
ally for Facial and Scalp treatment at home. -1
THESE HAVE JUST. BEEIT BECEIVSB
They are the dry cell type, and
brush, massage roller, sponge and
storage plant in connection with the
Parker Ranch and employ, an inde
pendent steamer to convey meat to
the Honolulu market.
Active operations of the Pearl Har
bor Traction, Co., which obtained a
franchise from .Congress this year to
construct ; an velectrlc railway - from
the . i Kallhl . terminus of the Rapid
Transit Co. to; Pearl ": Harbor ; naval
station and Fort Kamehameha, only
await the action: of- the- War: Departs
ment in laying out the exact route
through the Fort. Shatter reservation
, , Governor Frear, has, announced that
he will send a Inessage- to next'ileg-"
islature recommending' the creation
of a public utilities commission, This
measure was advised by Secretary
Fisher at the conclusion of his inves-
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Be sure to take a drive through Beautiful
Manoa to WOODLAWN, and on examina
tion you will find this the most reasonable
property in price in the city of Honolulu.
We will take great pleasure in taking you out and
showing you around.
in Oak Case, the price
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
tigatlon of I; Territorial affairs in Ho-
Figures have been published to cor
rect a wrong Impression - that .. had
gone abroad to the effect that the
Hamakua5 ditcli had failed in the' re
cent drought to perform ita contract
duty. ; On the contrary, the ditch de-
Ulvered . more -than the average dally
supply Jthat was stipulated. Both the
upper and lower - ditches are running
f uU sliceJ the late rains. --1
H.; G. Plnmmer, of the Hawaiian
Dredging Cos staff, has obtained a
patent for? an, "apparatus Vf or drilling
m rougn water; . - ,
t Hi .
.1 After a conference, of the police
committee. with ; a committee -of the
merchants association and attorneys,
A r.V. '
,'v , : i .- ' -'i lr "-.-7 r i - "'-'
A TRIFLE OVER TWO CENTS
PER SQUARE FOOT
Fort near Merchant Street
fitted with hair
all the necess
the ; board ; of supervisors tabled the
nroposea. amenameni w me amuau- -
bile ordinance forbidding automobiles .
than required to. receive and dis
charge nassensrers. A comDromlse
applying: to all streets In the central
business districts, fixing time limits
on autos, was also set asidethe de
ls"nn . riplne- tin Iaata th rerulatlon
of automobiles in that regard to the .
police under" ari'- old -law relating '.to
the reasonable use of the street!, y
Rome,' said the famous tenor- was tbe
victim t a nana or Neaponians . woo
were1 constantly robbing him in var
ious' way ,';". ".' v
; Several hundred Greeks and Balkan '
inhabitants nave iert san ranciaco to
enlist In the ,war against Turkey.
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