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KVKHINtr BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II , Tt'r,3tUV N'QV C, 1900
HONOLULU STOCK EKCKAN6L'
HONOLULU, Nov. 5. 1900
LOCAL AND GENERAL MmmwnHiH!n!?!!inHH!nn!nnH!?!K'
WILLEIT & GRAY MAKE
FORECASTS FOR TUB YEAR
PRODUCTION DECREASED AND
CONSUMPTION ESTIMATES '
ALL ALONG THE LINE.
Willed & drny'a sugar circular (or
OctoTier IS ciiutntiiu the following valu
able data on the sitgir market condi
tions: V19IDLU SUPPLY. Total stock of
Europit and America, 875,393 tons,
against u.'j.!iG!i tons lust inr at Him.,
piime uncteii dntis. Thn decrease of
Block Is 48.r,7C tuns, ngnlnst an Increase ,
of 102,832 tons Inst week Total stocks I
mill ulloats together show a Inlljle '
Mippty of l,07S,'i'M tons, against l.O'Jif,-'
l'C9 tons last year, or a decrease of 117,
3.' tons. ,
HAWS. The changes of the- week'
havo been lonllncil to the i:iironau
markets. Quotations hcie June re
mained steady at les for 90 degree test
Centrifugals with n tendency tn nk ,
more for the few cano sugars offering.
Ileot siiinr opened nt lis !d, declined I
to Us 0 l-lil, advanced to 9s 7 1-2l, audi
declined to 9s I 1-lld at the done for
prompt delivery with Novunlier iiuul-'
id at 9s 2 1-1(1 and .March 9s 33-ld. ,
The weuknesH which his detclopidl
Is duo to the first estimate of th! Kino-
pean beet crop made by Mr. V, 0. Llclit
r.s C,r70,000 tons, which h Komti 300.VOO more likely to be icductionx rather
Inns larger than had been tiullr!pitd, than lactoses.
although nearly 400,000 Ions Hiiullcr . We Kite below our Intest estimate"
than last ) ear's croji. 'of world's prodiiLllou and lousump
In nnother column we glto a sum-tlon.
mary of the sugar situation as sliuwn! Vlslblo supply, Sent. 1, 1901
vtatlstlc-iilly by the latest ndt Ices, nf, (lutNbtc stocks small) ,. 2.119.277
which please tako noto as of especial
importance In antlcltiatlug the future.
We also give our new estimate of
(alio crops, placing thut of Cull t nt 1.
ICO.UOO tons, which accords with tho
latest data received from tho island
nnd depends largton an early begin
ning of tho croji season and good
Cablo advices today speak nf n J
clouo that struck tho Islands yetteiday
but no particulars of damage if any to
irops is yet at hand.
Hcrclpts for thu week wcro large, stiy
r.3,09U tons, ngnlnst ieiulumenlH for
mellliiKs of 48,000 Kins ItrtlncrH mo
Indlflprent buyers, although they luito
iiiudo Rcmc pitrchnses of litct sugar In
I.'uropp during tho week fcr Oclobtr
(.htpment on basis of 9s 9d, c. and f
(ual to 3 9Cc per poimd for UK tcit
Dcmernras ban recently hecu done on
pirlty of 4e. l.tndid for 90 test, or a
Now crop Cuba centrifugals for l)e.
c ember-January uhipmont continue to
h oTered at 2 -13-32e. wllliout llndhig
I'll) cm otcn at 2 3-Sc, c. and f., for fltj
lost, eiiuul to 3.71c. per pound duty paid.
Our American Heel Crop Kstlmnte.
We give In this number our preliminary
fsilmnto of thu new American beet sug
ar crop for tho Ecasun 1900-07 as being
:it.ri.()UU tons, dependent upon favorable
weather conditions until the close of
the campaign. Tho production laht
season having been 2S3.717 tons sugar,
nn Increase this year of 01,283 tons or
21.C per cent, is indicated.
Our Cano Crop Uotimatc. A year ago
wo published our preliminary estimate,
of the 1903-00 cano sugar crops as bo
Ing 4,913,000 tons, and wo now print tho
torrected figures for that season say
In this number wo give our prelim
inary estimates of tho now cano tugnr
crops or tne world ror the season 190G
07, by countries, amounting to a totnl
ot 4,:ii9,uuu tons, shonln
a net Increase
ot only 12.918 tons, as compared with
vino cane crops or last season. The lm
I tn taut changes nro daci cases of C3.00J
tons In Louisiana and 43,000 tons in
Java and increnscs of 73.000 tons In
Cuba, 25,000 tons In I'hlllpplno Islands,
j-i.v'j uiuiih in rono jtico anil lu.ouo oi.oj ions,
tons In Hawaiian Islands. October 18. 1902, 5,850.000 tons; final
Wo now look for a production of outturn, 3.301,237 tons; overestimated,
1,230,000 tons sugar In Cuba. In view I -88,843 tons.
of the iccent pacification of the Hland October 19. 1901, C.430,000 tous; final
nnd of tho prospect of an early harvest outturn. 0.750.478 tons; under estlmat
wlth most of the factories well equipped "' 320.478 tons.
lor tne new campaign, ngnlnst a Into
harvest with many factories awaiting
installation of Improved machinery last
M-ason, but our estlmato Is dependent
upon continued fatorable conditions.
World's Production and Consumption
The new beet nnd cano sugar crops
of tho world glto promise of a good
jield, although estimated to outturn
S09.799 tons less than tho records crops
of last season. In tho latter campaign'
Ihe production wns In tons: Cane, 4,
1100.032; Kuropcan licet, 6,954,000, and
American Ileet, 283,717; totnl, 12,143,.
799 tous. while for 1900-07 the total es
timates are- Cane, 4,919,000; Luropean
Hect, 0,570,000, and Amerlcun iieet,
.'145.000; total, 11.831,000 tons.
A year ago wo wrote: "I'rltes having
declined to normal figures, there seems
to ho nothing to pretcnt a full and freo
distribution of sugar during tho next
twclte months, for actual consumption
nnd to fill up tho depleted Invisible
storks, which should cause tho laigcst
visible consumption on lecord,"
On September 1, 1903, tho world's tis -
iuiu suppiy or sugar was i,57.',708 iuin, l
to which should bo lidded tho producl
Hon Inst campaign of 1.M43.799 tons,'
giving u total supply of 13,710,557 tons, i
from which, by deducting tho tlslbloi
supply September 1, 1900, of 1,080,131
tons, wu usccrtaln tho consumption
during lampalgn of 1905-00 to bo 12.-'
030,120 tons uud being 2,500,000 tons
largc-i than tho tousumi'tlou timing
It Is not nosslbio for the initial ion
sumption tn luivo lncicised hi enor
mous!) in one yenr Wo kuuw that
Ilium wns u ronaldvrnblt) Inciemu In
I ho lonsumpllmi hcio uml In llurone.l
also In eastern luuntrlis uud tills
might atioiint for 1,000,000 to 1,500,000
inns, hut iho r.walnug l.ooo.ooo tuiu
iiiiKusn Hhouhi bo t-niiijiliTiii as liuv.
lug bein iiat'il to t lU-jiletetl Intlslblu
Mink, uml wlili-li limy hu nn i lti liter,
In Ihe in tv iiiiiiimlgii
A full ibtlmalu nf Ilia worlds inn
Miiuplltiii fur Um tumlng laiupulun uf
JlMiil.ilT wnuhl lm Um a tin ami Hm;
laat lliiio tuMuuiia' itppaieni iniikiiiiin
Hull, W) ll,M,3k WHS, lllU lllirillllll
M etuBRATtn -"to
Any woman who suffers from
Cramp, Backache, Nervcua or
Sick Headache, Poor Appe'lte, Cos-
tfvencss or General Weaknesi
need the Ultters to make her well
again. It Las cured thousands In
tlio past 50 years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try r bottle.
w: " V3 ,
i Clms. McCarthy, who was Introduc-
. , .,.,, . rinrr.,,,,.. ,od as the first speaker, Bpoko on tho
Increase of 5 per cent, sat &10,GI& tons, i, ,, . . , . ,.
or n total of 11,352,903 tons, which lll"llot BBU'ni anrt BrneJ ,,1U 1" l''"
nbout COO.000 tons less than thu eillnm- 1 1 bo careful In marking their ballots.
tid production, Indicating u tlslble
HUiil on September I. 1907, of 2,11.7,
Tim probiblllly I that any changes
In the extlm.ttes of the total world's
I rodmllon durliiK 1900-07 campaign me
Production, 1903-4 10.323.C3I
Totil supply. 1903-01
Vlslblo supply, Sept. 1, 1901,
(iutlslbln slocks lnri,e) ...
'lotnl supply, 190 !!
Vlslbh) supply, Sept. 1, 190.r,
'fetal supply, llio'i-C .
Visible supply. Sept. 1, 1900,
(Invisibles largo) 1,080,411
Kstlmatcd production, 190G-7 11,831,000
nstlmnted total supply, 1900
117 Estimated consumption, 1900
Estimated Uslblo supply,
European licet Crop Mr. P. O.
I.lcht's Estimate. Mr. 1'. O. Lliht
cables us specially from Magdeburg,
October 17, 1900: "Tho weather Is very
fnvorablo for the growing nop.
"Estimate beet sugar crop of Herman)-,
2.200,000 tons (last year 2,413,
000); Austria, 1.37S.O0O tons year
1,310,000); France, 800,000 tuns (last
year 1,090,000): Hus3la, 1,300,000 tons
(last )car 988,000). All Europe, 0,370,
UOOtons (last yenr 0,934.0001"
A month ago Mr. F. O. Llcht mado a
preliminary estimate of from 6,045,000
tons to 0,515,000 tons. '
K. O. Llcht's first estimates of Euro
pean beet crops;
October 17, 1900, 0.370.000 tons.
October 13th. 1905. C.550.O0O tons. I
I final outturn. 0,931.000 tons; under c-j
tlmuted. 401.000 tons.
October 15. 1904, 5,120,000 tons; final
cutturn, 4,708,758 tons; over cstlmutul,
October 17, 1903, 5.830,000 tons; final
outturn, 5,881,333 tons; under estlmqtud
Flnt Jrt Printing at tha Bulletin.
Try a week at Haletwa.
There's a lot of comfort
and satisfaction In the
rest that Is taken at a
good hotel in a good lo
cality. St. Clair Bidgood.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewerrj Grading, Pavlng
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO 8T6.
New Dresden Souvenir Poitalt of
Prlncea Kalulanl, Central Union
Church, Alnahau and other beautiful
lulijicti, Including. Madam Alajial anil
HAWAII t SOUTH SEAS CUH0 CO,
Kamahu Says That Home
Rulers Will Support
Tlio Democrats held their last polit
ical meeting nl the I'alaco Squaic lutOtas:iirii Col'i ..
night with nbout 800 to 1000 people ii
'listen to their Hpecchmaklng. Jim K.
l'midcrenst outdated as the chairman
i . .. ... .. .. .
of the meeting, with nil tlio patty can ,
dldatcs on tho stand. At the rear of
I the stand was the Knai (llco Club with!
I Miss Kaal lb assist In Blnglng On the !
Walklkl side of tho stand was tho
tin.. ..... . i .. f . 1.I..1. ..... I ... n
luiiuKui'nu uuiiu, wincu luuyuu uppiu-
prlate pieces during the continuance
of the meeting.
Joe Klaknhl tnado n general talk nil
Indltliliinl tuiidldates nnd nsketl tin'
audience In toto a straight Democratic
II, T, Monro denied that ho wns hup
purling Drown, but stnted that ho was
working for mcry man on tho Demo
emtio ticket. If elected, ho would ad
minister the county affairs with abso
Dan Knmnhii stnted that under tho
Itcpubllinn party tho toiintry was
lard up anil tho people were getting
poorer nnd poorer etery day. Tho
Homo llutciM were having their bat-'
lots printed at the Advertiser olllo
and would support llrowu today, Somu
of tho Homo Rule lanilldatcn wcro glv- J
en money by tho Itcpuhllcnns tn filo'
their nomination papers, the hit a bo j
Ing to defeat .the Democratic (audi '
dates IT they could.
Sam Knloa mudu n whirlwind
speech and mild Hint thu klnrs In the
old.n times pelted the haolcs iuun
than their own people He asked tho
nudlcuco In tote for .MiClannhaii uml
.nil tho Democratic candidates.
i:. II. .McClaiLilun next nddrcssed
Consists in the proper use of anything,
The Temperate Man
A watch that won't J;ecp correct tl::ic is worse
tliati'no watcli at all. To the litiiy :t-.iu of to-day a
rulisL'.c timepxeo is t:iost CK.scntia'..
Ottr watches ate pyrltct tinicLfc)-.!:;.
M. R. Counter, 1141 Fort
the audience and said that he might ha.lty with SpcaU-r Joo Cannon at It
n mallhlni haolo hero, hut on tho oth
er hand ho would he a kumaalna hat)
le at Wiishlngton Ho said ho has been
hero for ten years and has not to his
Uiiuwledge olio enemy That somu of
his best clients uro Iluwallana uud he
would, If olectcd, work for tho advance
ment and pioipirlty of the Hawaiian
people. Ho said that thn Delegate was
nothing hut u business ngent. Ho said
he could not talk to a man with tot
ton In his cars and his eyes shut.
Think of our lonuectluu with Con
gross when wo sent a Itcpubllian del
egatu otor thciu, they did not glto us
the 75 per tent refunding bill. It was
turned down by tho Ilepubllcnu major-
NAMfc Or STOCK I MaM 0
C Brar Co . r, o
Fwa Plantatlun C o ,. , jmiw
Hawaiian Afrlcultut I Ci i.tuow
Hiw Com dc Sii' (.1 ,.i.
Hawaiian Sufar t o .. . tjxn,
Konomu urir Co iii
Hnnoltaa Sue;aCo .. -o r
Ma tin Su r r Co ..... yjo, m
tfahukti Plantation Co , M4n
Klhal Plantation Co Ltd! a.jwo j
Klpahulil Sufar Co ... rto.vsc
rotia Surar Co ..-' s00.0
wicnryj" 'ifar vw h- ,f9-,.v
lyans Aurar w ...
Onom,i hurir Co
Onkal!jar Plant Co
to 1 i
f vn - '
t5.' I '
t.rsou, i i
a (n tu t i
J . i i
I, .to i
p""."iioJicu ... J
PonrM Mill l.u - ...
;ji;X o b,
ni'.ii fciTv'iiv w
Ht.nl Tfc LC'i TlJ
Hon V T St L Co Con
Mutual Ttltf hona Co
Ottiii H Si L Co .
lion. II, M Co. ...
Hi.T'f iff IH'aCl)
Hau Icrr U
Haw Tff H pc HH
llawlrr IM pc
Haw Terr I p c... ,
Cnl lit Sua. ft Kl Co
opt . .
Haiku Surar 0 ft p c
Haw I'om A Stl Co s P
HawSuvar Cm 6pc ..
HlloK M Co Con 6 pc.
Hotl K I L Co & p C.
Kahuko Plant Co 6 lit
uanu sugar uoopc
Olaa Suar Co Op c.
I'lonrtr Mill Co 6 b c
w.i.i. Tiu-cVi, ." " ' " I
Walalul Aa.il.-l".. J 01-
MC tlryja r unm
Nutlet No lesslon tniiiojiiitv,
tcinher II, 1900 IMeitltin da)
Latest sugar quotation, 3 88 cents or
$77.60 per ton.
SUGAR, 3.88 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s. 7 i-2d
Ttiielen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND DtlOKERS.
Mcml)er, Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
Ut2 FORT ST. TCL. MAIN 12.
i - M.& 'StjXsi
luad Ho said the best thing to do
wns to send a man to Congicss who
' wan opposed to tin- Cuban unncxatlon
I In closing he raid In- exacted etery
man to do ins ilut) on inti cictuou
day and tote for tho straight Duinir
Joseph lein mado n stioug appeal
lot- tho sttnlght Dcuiountlc ticket
Trunk llnrtoy nttucl.ed Poinnndez
for lortuln icmnikH which he had
made at the llumn Itulo met ting nl the
Aula 1'iul. He said laukc-a was com
netc.it to holtl the olllio ho wus seek
ing ns he hail illuul with tho Czar of
Itusbla uml the Queen of l'nglaml Ho
risked Iho ntidlcncu to tote for the
Well, I say, If you are feeling b lue, you certainly don't look Itl Of
course that Is, If your clothes are made by us. Wo make (j3"""" that
have STYLE and GRACE and give to the wearer INDIVIDUAL DI3TINC.
TION. Wo make to your Individual measure for the same prlco you would
have to ray for ready to wears, and wc give satisfaction,
, y BftvE MD0LE.MAH.8 pnoFITOl
Our Blue Serge Suits at $25 have no euual m town! TMUY ARC
You may cultivate spare-time thrift
ate spare-time inrin
lletln Wants, f , . . .
Xwa,,.; e Children
age lor lourlrtn mnrlawus
by reading the Bulletin Wants.
Ihe (Hole split
Make up a tally!
A deslrihle collar.
tho Matin i Hotel Isottue.l for rt tit
'1 ho (Jueen Hkatltin rink is open ever)
ftculiig and WnltiiMiiay nnd K.itunlaj
afternoons Hpcdal music and elee
llo.is ictiiins 'luckdny etcnlng
'Ihe Sun Typewriter (visible writing)
b cuual to the best and mint cxpinslte
machine It costs onl) $10 00 at Ha
waiian News Cu
'I ho Maun i Laa nrrlted early lln
n ornlng fioni Maul nnd Hawaii poits
t Ith a fairly large passenger lift bh"
il iiiiv ill iiiiiuiiuii iif u Mikg iiiii.i,..
of giuernl ficlght,
The new unnoted i miser Foutli D.i-1
l.ota sitter Hhlp of the California, is
marly ready for her builders' prelim
inary trial trip Like tho Call to ula
tho Fnuth Dakota Is fast, nnd Is con ,
tldontl) expected to mnke otcn more
than the rcqulttd twent)-two knots nn
hour aim will In all proin
lead) for her (loteriiment trl
la liarhara channel nbout
Among llio passuigers who nrrltul
fioni thu Coast on tlio Vciiluia Sat
ilid.iy wcro Win ("Il is. I'oole. Mrs
W (1 (Hold, Miss (llo)it ami Mlsx
Clark. Tin-so four, under the managi
mint of Mr I'oolt- lonstltuto nn ml
tnnrn pait) of the tourists who dm
lug Ihc'wlntir, nro In visit thu Islands
uiuler the nusplies of Mrs, I.'djtln' To
7ler Wiiilhcrreil editor of Western
Tours It was c-Npiclcd Hint a much
larger tarty would romn iIoaii thli
tlnii', but Mr I'oole explains lh.it
they found It liuposalblo to kit away
nt present and II ma) lie niter the
hist of the )inr bcloro iis. Wiallu-i
red nnd her patty nrrltc,
Mr l'oolo Is tho foreign tcprcsenta-
tlti' of WoKtoni ToiirH lie cxpiels to
gn on to New Zealand mid Australia
Hoiii hue In the IntcrcstH of ilic mag
Mi I'oole Blntes that CIiiim V.
Cliusu. buslncAS luiiuager of Wi stern
Tours, wus to sail from Vnucniitcr to
day with II I' Wood, reirctary of Ihi
Thn Htcamuhlp Coptic unhid hi'u
jcstcrday nfteruoon, bringing three
iIii)h' mail from tho iiinlnlnnd. Her
list ol through pnssengers Is a large
out-, but there worn only two lay-otcrs
for Honolulu Domingo Ilrrnnnih z
uud liinlln Muriel, btith Cubans,
The Coptic Is loading thn remainder
of tho Mnnihurla'H freight for Orient
al ports. Shu Is to sail at 5 n't loci.
Among tlio through pnssengers on
the- Coptic Is II. II. .Iiidnh, general pas
rengcr ngent of Hip Kouthcrii l'aelllc
C J Mc.N'ilt Is another railway official
Ho Is (onnected with the North Hlmr
W i:. Ilemls Is n Stnudnrd Oil ofll
clal, on mute for Vol ohnma on a tour
of Inspection, accompanied by his wife
I) II, Cameron of llonghong Is also a
Strndard Oil man, who Is returning
from the States with his bride,
Mrs. William II. rorbes, a relative of
Halp'i Waldo Kmerson, Is utcoiipany
lug u party of four )ouug ladles to Yo
There hnto been n good man)
changes in tho personnel of thu olllcers
slnco tho Coptic wus through here lust
lime. Amlrow Dixon Is now In torn
maud. He vas lormerly first nlllccr ol (
tho Mongolia W. It. Jcffcotl. chief.
i nglncer, was before with the impress
line I'urser Murphy nnd Dr. Dates
Hill leinuln with the Coptic.
Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tie, mitnuturturcd by the Dulletln I'ub '
tolling Company j
- 4- -e s - ! s i I
itrclght Demotrntlr ticket r i
C I' liuikca mado u gmernl talk
uud said If elcctttl ho would simply
inlorto Hit' laws us laid dawn In tho
italuto bonk llo wns repealedl)
cheered nnd applauded both hefore
and after apcaklng Kanl's Oleo Club
r.ang his inmpilgii song, which culled
wild enthusiasm lion thn audit lite
Skillfully Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
Kukul St bet. River and Llllha
Tito Nuwu.it unci KmnrtuHt SuncJtiy
Dunclnu or Prty aSlippur Mpuclully
orcJcrcd i NUVfKCMlcd ly rn. Otinn
um the laic-Mt (ititl proper cluticiii'r.
P Prices, 2,
lJitutiL Kid (ind
There are householders here 1?
who do not realize the amount
of money they could save by
using gas for both fuel or 1
light No trouble, no danger,
plenty of leisure for resting.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Hotel Street Store
Fresh for Ilallow'en
In French Mlxedj Floral Series; As
aorted, Golf Girls, American Beautlea,
Bon Dons, Souvenirs, Peppermints,
College Girls, Assorted Nuts, Nuga
tines, Marshmallows, Caramels, Gum
drops, Ice Cream Drops.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
lewis & Company,
163 KINO STREET.
One of Many or
I I JwWllai "I . '
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
I VvWVrVVVAVVVVVVVVVVUWVVVW j
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE D5POT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
A hot lunch
with a cold
drink for 25c
If cleanliness, quick and po
lite service, good cooking and
quality, combined with a very
low price, are an Inducement,
you will want to lunch here.
Merchants, bankers, profes
sional men and clerks lunch
cor, BETHEL HOTEL Sts.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peach In liquid
form. Ask for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8,