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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1916
, Among other features, Willett &
'ray's latest sugar letter contained
e following of interest :
From the recent high prices for
v and refined sugar some excep
uvul results are beginning to be
tdized. As far hack as July 22
ur Paris correspondents called at
ntion to the fact that the U. S.
as bring sidetracked hy the "En-
te " by sugars of Java and Mau
it'itias being bought at prices con
i1Tnbly below the parity of the U.
'. As a result, purchasing of sugar
ii the V. S. and Cuba by Great
Britain and France has virtually
leased and exports of previous pur
chase are approaching an end.
In this country consumers of re
ined sugar in most instances are
paying S to 10 cents per pound re
tail, and it cannot be supposed that
he family consumption of sugar
;oes on at the same pace as when
he cost is lower. A further decline
in our market, however, would very
likely open the export field again
for business with Great Britain, as
their purchases of Mauritius sugar
do not become available for con
sumption in the United Kingdom
As we go to press the market is
very quiet and conditions remain
unchanged, without business re
ported. CUBAN CONDITIONS
The figures this week lend a firm
er tone to the market Receipt
are smaller, at 0424 t"iis. again!
13.5W tons last week. Expert are
also much reduced, being i'.O'-'V
t tons total, destined lo.OlO ton
' United .States Atlantic ports, i2
tons to New Orleans and 454o t"ii
to Europe, with another shipment
i of 3614 tons to Argentina. Stocks
are decreasing, standing now at
443,82!) tons. Five centrals conti
nue to work. The weather remains
favorable for the growing 1910-17
crop. Visible production to Au
gust 12 is 2,!34,78!) tons, against
2,451,82!) tons last year to corres
The royal commission has made
arrangements with the jam makers
to enable them to obtain seventy-
live per cent of their last year's
. supply of sugar now and the re
mainder later on. Part of the pur
chases of Java sugars are being paid
for by treasury bills. Dutch ex
change, which has been firm for
some time, has improved, going in
: Obituary Notice :
Harriet Kawaiula Haae, of Wai
pouli, Kapaa, Kauai, died Friday
afternoon, August 25, 1916, at the
Lihue Hospital, where she was sup
posed to be recovering from the
effects of an operation for appendi
citis. While taking a walk with
her mother she fainted, and did not
She had been in the hospital nine
days and Dr. F. L. Put man was
so much pleased with her progress,
that he assured her leaving the hos
pital for home the day following
8he was well known to old and
new scholars and members of the
faculty o f St. Andrew's Priory,
graduating from that school last
June as a member of the class of
1916. Her sudden death came as
an unexpected blow to them as well
as to relatives. Her intention to
visit the dear ones at home moth
er, older sister and their adopted
child "Baby Harriet" and then
return to the Normal School for an
other year or two. was partially
Mrs. Harriet Wall, wife of Mr.
Arthur F. Wall, of Wall & Dough
erty. Honolulu, was her guardian,
and sent her to the St Andrew's
Priory. A wireless message was
sent to her and a return message
was received Waring sympathy to
the bereaved family, with Bishop
Restariek. meni!ers of the faculty
and scholars of the St. Andrew's
Priory joining in it.
Funeral ervices were held Satur
day afternoon at Kapaa church and
interment was i n the Hawaiian
church ceiuetary. adjacent to the
crav-? of h-r father, who died a year
The following orders have been
issued from 4th. Infantry headquar
ters: Headquarters Fourth Infantry.
N. 0. H.
Lihue, Kauai, T. II.
Aug. 29, 1910.
1. A leave of absence for five
weeks, to visit within the Territory,
is granted 1st. Lieut. J. M. Spald
ing, 4th. Inf.
J'.y order of Coi.oxkl Bhoadbkxt,
C II. Wilcox,
('apt. & Adjt. 4th. Infantry
Headquarters Fourth Infantry.
N. G. II.
Lihue, Kauai, T. II.
Aug. 31, 1910
1. The following drill schedule
is published for the guidance of
company commanders, and is to be
strictly followed during the month
of September, 1910:
Gallery practice, Extended order,
by signals, Bayonet exercise.
2. Some company commanders
not having complied promptly with
I'ar. 4 & 3 G. O. No. 20, July 24,
1910, of these Headquarters, atten
tion of company commanders is
again called to this order and strict
fulfilment of said order is requested
in the future.
By onler of C'olonki. Ruoadhknt,
X'. H'. Wilcox,
( apt. A' Adjt. 4th. Infantry.
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Consul Moror Coming
Honolulu Aug. 30 Consul-Gener-al
Rokuro Moroi, who has finished
the inspection of Japanese condi
tions on this island, will go on an
inspection trip to other islands the
middle of next month.
He said yesterday afternoon that
he is planning to go to Kauai on
He will spend about two weeks
on the various plantations. Some
time in October he will go to Maui
and Hawaii, where he will spend
alout one month inspecting the
condition of his countrymen.
For The House
August, 29, 1910.
To The Voters of Kauai:
I hereby announce my candidacy
as a Republican for nomination at
forthcoming primary election for
the House of Representatives, and
solicit the votes and support of all
If nominated and elected I prom
ise my best enorts m ncitan oi Ka
uai and the Territory.
John dk C. Jarvis.
For The House
David Kanealii, of Wainiha,
Hanalei, Kauai, hereby announces
himself to be a candidate for nom
ination by the Republican Prim
ary for the House of Representa
tives. Wainiha. Hanalei, May 15. 1916.
The following deed has been filed
Helen Gomes & Ilsb to Daniel W.
Chang, Lot 53 L P 0319, Kalaheo,
Koloa, Kauai. Aug. 18, 1916, 81000
and Mtge of 550.47
The supervisors will meet at the
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Until this special line is cleared out
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