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BY WILLETT& GRAY
Beet Crop Shortage Nearly
. 200,000 Tons-Cuban
FIGURES GIVEN FOR
NEXT SUGAR CAMPAIGN
Important Review of Present Condi,
tions and Future in the Sugar
Market Cuba's Crop Larger
Wlllct & dray's Sugar Join mil for
October 21 gives a very Interesting re-
tlow of tho taw sugar market us fol
. Statistics Dy Special Cables. Cuba.
-iTho six -ln'lnolpal ports: Receipts,
none; exports, JfiUOu tons; stock, 70U0
tons, against 22,i0U tons last year.
Centrals grinding 1, ngalust nono In
13U8.-ijnd none In 1907.
Stocks In tho United States mid
.Cuba together of 133, 17 J tons, agaltibt
K.0.7S2 tons last neck and 2SZfi3$
tons last year, a decrease of 120,100
tons from last year.
Ruropd. Stock In Europe, 392,000
tons, ugalnst 437,000 tons lntt jear.-
Visible Supply. Total stock of Ru
ropu and America, 327,475 tons,
against GU2,G3S tons last )ear at tlio
tamo uucuu dates, Tlio decreaso of
Hock Is lfiS.WO tuns, against u di
tieabe of 13S111 last week. Total
slocks and afloat together rhow n tls
Ihle supply of CS2,47." tons, agilnst
95S.(i3." tnua last year, or a I'ccre.iso
of 221! ICO tons.
Raws. Under a strons hoi tlim dls
loslthm among rellors, buslnnss this
r eck was done on the 4.30c, per pound
basis, which Is tho closing spot quota
tion. Sales for tho wook laclu.lo GIUO
tons of Cuius from store to tho Howell
and Warner refineries at 4.30c; nlso
1000 tons .lavas from store to Howell
vl I.SUc, batla 9G test; also n cargo of
.intaa afloat and duo November 12th ta
I low ell leflnery, CMO tons, 90 test, at
lis. 9d. c. f. I. (4.27c.).
A few piompt shipment sugars In
Cuba wcro placed nt 2 13-lCc., c. and f.
Not bins la now offering below 4.33c.
basis. Further advance appears to bo
checked by a reaction In the European
market for liect sugars, bringing the
Importation of such sugar within tho
parity of Cuba centrifugals, but refin
ers show no dlsiosltlon to Import any
beet sugars and probably will not do
bo unless stronger Inducements oxlst
than the present.
Tho Louisiana ciop sugars will soon
bo coming In freely and help relieve
the stringency In supplies, while tho
(.locks of sugar, although apparently
small, aio yet helped out by tho In
tlslblo supplies of refined which, with
tho 145,000 tons rawB now nlloat to
the United States, appear to bo sum
(lent for futuio requirements, partlc
ulatly as meltings, will bo. reduced next
week to 30,000 tons.
Tho piesent Block of Btorcd sugars
lelouglng in Importers Is 12,852 tons,
after deducting sales nt tlio closo.
Wo glto elsewhere our own first es
timates of the now American beet
crop, and aUo of tho cane crops of tho
world, Hie former showing an Increase
of 51,000 (cms. Tho Cuba crop we os-
tlmnto nt 1,700,000 tnnn. Tho entire
cano ciops of tho world show a pos
sible Increase of 370,000 tons.
1 O, I.lchffi first cstlmalo of tho
European beet ciops Indicates u do
ci ease Of 177,000 tons.
Our total esllmates'of all cano and
beet crops ot tho world Indicate nn In
creaso of 241,590 tons, which Incieaso
docs not appear sulllolent to meet tho
anticipated Increaso In roiinimptloii
of tlio world,
Tlio tlslblo supply of sugar In the
uJdk. - m :(..
RVENIKQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY,
US WITHOUT FEAR. THEY ARE
world at the latest uneven dates Is
182,475 tons, against 908,035 tons at
corresponding dntes last year, showing
a decrease of 220,100 tons. This Is ono
of tho most Important features at pres
ent of tho entire sugar situation.
Cuba reports by mnll very slight
damage by cyclone and thnt the weath
er Is now unsettled.
Sales from tho new crop have al
ready been made to our reflncrs, to the
extent of 150,000 bags of first deliver
Its, including December-January ship
ment nt 2 ct per pound c. and f., 90
lest (3.98c.) and for Tcbruary-Marcn
ihlpmcnt of 2 lie. c. nnd f. (3.86c).
There is no confirmation of any sales
hating been made fo speculators thus
At the clos.0. .offerings are more free
nt tho above basis Influenced by tho
tnsler condition of thu European mar
ket. Tho cargo of G000 tons Mnuiltlus
fcilgars, which has "been offering on tho
market for some time, for October
' uhlnmnnt la UMiv t-n.mrln.l na ant,l In
Halifax at lis. 9d. c i. f.
Tho crop figures which wo- present
herewith nn.l especially tho estimate
. of tho European beet crop production,
promise Well to Cuban planters for full
prices during tho present campaign.
The demand continues for Louisiana
cugars on arrival for local use, all
available tonnage for shipment north
having been bccurcd for Bay-30-40,000
Now Orleans telegraphs us today
that prices are not yet fully oatlb-
llshed, 4 1-lfic. to 4 l-8c. being paid
thcro for 90 test.
European beet sugar prices tended
to lower level during the week declin
ing from tho opening quotutlon of lis.
37id. to 10s. 1 1 Vi . for October delivery,
and closing with November at 10s.
ll'i. and May lis. 3d. Javas show a
decline fir tho week of IMA., closing
nt 12s. iy,a.
Our American Deet Crop Estimate.
Wo glvo In this number our prelim
inary estimate of tho now American
beet sugar crop for tho season of 1909
10as being 435,000 tons, doendeiit ui
on suitable weather conditions until
tho closo of tho campaign. Heavy
gains in yield have been made In somo
sections, while thero havo been dis
appointments elsewhere, tho net result
being satisfactory . Tho crop of last
season amounted to 384,010 tons.
Our New Cuba Crop Estimate.
Extensive plantings last year and,
fnvorablo weather throughout tho
growing period this year, will undoubt
edly result in n crop considerably larg;
er than tho big crop of Inst season.
Wo havo Just received special re
ports from n largo number of central
factories located In the principal cane
growing sections of ti)o Island, show
Ing that the expectation Is tq grind an
average of nioro thai) 15. per cent In
creaso of cano this season.
The present condition of tho cano
Is reported to bo better than last year
In nil localities and penco prevails
throughout tho Island.'
The production in Cuba Inst season
was 1,485,000 tons and n conservative
osllmato of the now 1909-10 crop would
therefore, bo nn Increaso of 15 per
cent, or say a total of 1,700,000 tons
dependent upon continued fnvorablo
Our Cane Crop Estimate.
InjjIilH number wo glvo our prelim
inary cstlmalo or'tho now cano sugar
crops of the, world for tho seaBo'n of
1909-10 by countries, amounting In a
total of 7,933,000 tniiMshnvtliiR n net
Increase pt 370.GOG tons, as compared
Willi tho cano crop of hst sc.nsqn,
Thn Important changes are Incivapes
ot 215,000 tons In Cuba, 5)1.000 tons In
Porto Ulco, 30,000 tons In Louisiana,
28,000 tons In Iirazll nnd 25.000 tons
In Araurlllus, anil decreasea of 11.000
tons In Hrltlsn India nnd 11,000 tons
In Queensland. ,
World's Production and Consumption.
Tho now oiino and beet sugar rrops
of tho worjil glvo proiulbo of n fairly
good total jlcld, estimated to outturn
Pfipslbly 24159(1 tmm morn thin those
of last Eeasln, In the 1909 9 campilgn
llio production was In tons: Cane
7,504 394; European beet, G,5t7,000, and
-, AiAiiiLAi '
D. MoINTYRE, Manager.
IN THE ISLANDS
WASHED SEPARATELY FROM THOSE OF ADULTS. FLANNELS
! PROCESS OF OUR OWN.
American beet, 881,010; total, 14,403,
! 404 while for tho new season (1909-10)
tho estimates are: Cane, 7,935,000;
. European beet, G.340 n00, nnd Amcri-
tun ueei, 4ju,uuv; lomi n.nv.uuv iuuh.
It Is Interesting to note Hint, not
more than four years ago. the cano
Etigar ciops of tho world amounted to
loss than thu beet -aigar production,
but last season the cane crops were
GG3.384 tons larger llian tho beet crop
and this season cam gltcs promise of
exceeding beet by 1 100,000 tons.
Last year nt this time we estimated
that tho stock In ii'lnclpalcountrlc:i
would bo reduced to less thn"n 1,000,000
tons nt tho end of tho campaign; ns
It turns out, tho' Jear closed (Septem
ber 1, 1909) with stork of 991,513 tons.
The consumptnin appears to bo In
creasing moro rnpldlt than tho produc
tion, and on tho IkikIx ot a new crop
estimates, tho Indications are that
stocks will show a further reduction
a year hence, unlefii consumption In
checked by high prices.
They Are.'Nctoly All Small Truck;
-armers ana Are Making Mo-
ney. - -i
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 10. A
small settlement entirely made up ot
retired prcachcs Is prospering near
Sunnysldc, In Southern Washington.
I They live on small farms nnd lead
I.I.- .,niln,. In ..w.,1...... rm-i.. .....
the section In produce. This sum
mer their strawberries brought tho
highest prices. Mainly because be
ing former preachers of truth they
do not plate tho small berries at thn
bottom of the box and the large ones
on top. Somo of them nro well to
do nnd faht becoming richer, others
nro ns poar us church mice.
Hev. t.cc l. .lohiibon, wlillo pastor
of the Sunnysldo Methodist Chinch,
originated the Idea and planted sov
tjrnl ncies to small fruit which he
landed while yet pursuing his pulpit
duties. He mndo money, nud in
duced Ilov. II. A. Henry of New
York to buy somo land near tho
town. Mrs, Johnson acted us agent
nnd icnllzed on thu sale. Of lato
Mr. Henry has sold land on com
mission, so Is even with Mr. John
son, Mr. Henry went Into tho vegetable
business nnd now owns Bovcral ncies
of good land. Itev. II. M. Ilartloy, a
European traveler nnd lecturer, next
settled here. In a diminutive cot
tago icated among tho sagebrush
and buffalo crass his Louis Qulnzo
tronsuies and l'lorcntlno mosaics nie
"laid away. Their owner may bo'secn
tiny after day tilling his rows ot
my niter day tin In
lOtntoes or scooping
out tho Irriga
tion ditches In his oichard.
Itev. J. A. Jacroux', of tho French
I'rotestant church, camo from tho
land of 0io' vfi.o to cultivate the
grape and raise geese in tho fertllo
valleys of tliri West. He owns a
largo wheat furm-itnd Is wealthy.
His homo Is called (loldendnle.
Itev. F. ., Haydeu, luto of tho
I'rcsbyteiiau chinch of linker City,
Ore., bus rotlied from pulpit duties
nud manages a taunll farm.
Hev. Ji'sio-Vrinimnsun. a liantlst
jnlnbter. keeps bees and Is us ex.
pert In tho honey butlness that ho
was recently elected bocrotnry ot the
Imclflc Coast Ilcekeepois' Asbocla
Hon. . fq
"Itov, fiinuvllle Lowlher 'Is editor
of o paying farming nnd rult pub
lication." Itov. John Teiiuent lulses
tin Keys for fancy tindo.
')te. S.tJ. Jtnnctly, Into of Still
Wal or, 'Minn,,1, nnd known through
out tho Middle West, lives on n mod
est faim In the Ynklnia Valley.
Oilier piencheiB who nro living
tho,dmplo life mo Hov. .1. M. Thomp
son, n 1'rcsbyleilan; Hev. II. 1'.
.rallies, of the Congregational
Chitivh; Hev. K. V. l'eiry, u llap
tlbt; Hov. IL-J.. Harrison, u Umt!.
u'nl; Hev. S, L. Iliirrcll, Itov. Sydney
Jones, Hov. 1'. Hey Carter nnd Hov.
E. K. 1)1 aKe.
Not far fumi this unusual sotlln
meut the noted evnugellst nnd for
mer lianoball ntar, William (Hilly)
Sunday, owns hcveral bundled ucrca
ot excellent wheat land.
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NOV. 8, 1009.
WHAT'S THE USE,
SAYS HON. JOEL
Boasted He Could Get
Hon. Joel Cohen, Heprcscntativc
fmni tho Fourth District, makes
mistakes, and lately he has made
two very bad ones. Tho peoplo do
not forget such things easily and
the people nre Coheirs stock In trade.
His "agreement" with the Antl
Snlcon League has proved nbout as
big n falvQ as was ever perpetrated,
Hut he still has confidence In Ills
grcnt abilities. During tho special
tcsslon of the Legislature Joe was
heard to say lu confidence to ono or ,
two ot hit friends that ho had tho
House about where ho wanted It In
Other words, It ho wnnted to get
through n resolution or a bill all ho
had to do was to nmko his silver
tongued orations and a little pulling
and the thing was done. I
His words wcro: "1 enn get any
d thing through." ' '
This stunt might havo worked
had nut this friend told n Senator,
another friend. They both winked,
and tho Senator Bald: "Let tho
House pass tho resolution watch us
In tho Senate"
So Joe made his great rpecch on
tho coastwlso suspension resolution.
It was entirely freo from cffcctlvo
logic, but Joo was so pleated with It
that ho ordered his toupco painted
His Inst mistake, nu usual, was
worse than his first. Tho House let
hi inlune his way, ns it couldn't do
much Ilium, and they wcro charmed
with thut brilliant orutijry. They
know Hint tho Senate was I) Ing In
wait, and the coastwlso shipping law
suspension rcsolvo had no moro
chiinco of getting through tho Leg
islature than snow balls havo ot ac
cumulating in tlio crater of Kilnueu.
Tho Honorable, Joel still lias tho
brilliant speech to his ciedlt, nnd ho
Is wondcrlilg jet wlmt good It doea
li tin to mako tho statement to his nd
niorcrs that ho lan get "any d
thing through" the House.
Antonrj Knno, tlio wonderful old run
ner, who yesterday won tho Marathon
lace, averaged 7 minutes 18 seconds to
tho mllo right through tho race. His
tlmo was no less than 39 minutes and
5 seconds faster than that put up by
Jiickson In the Lcnguo ground Mara
than dial Scully managed,
Jackson's time for tho dlstanco yes
terday was 3 hours, 27 minutes 21 sec
onds, bo ho was 17 mluutea, 37 Bcconds
behind tlio winner.
Kaon looked ipilto fresh this morn
ing ami showed no signs of tho hard
rnco ho ran against TBuknmoto yester
day. Tho Hllo champion la in good
shape today also, nnd Is being congrat
ulated .on tlio ganlo' nui ho put up at
the Leaguo grounds,'
Among tho passengets booked for
San Francisco by tho Oceanic bteamer
Alameda, i.alllng Wednesday morning
iao Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Sexton, Mr. and
Mrs. SpoiiB. Mrs. i: ,M. Scoby, J. J.
Sulllvnn, John McDonald, nnd Mr. and
Mis. A. (1. Bfnll.
(Icoign Tinner, charged by Inspector
Feline), with tho selling of Hniinr with
out a license, was found guilty by n
Jury lu Judgo Do Holt's department of
the Clteult Coutt this morning, Tur
ner was defended by Attorney Strauss,
A. M. Drown pioBecutlng tho case.
Nljiht Schools In New Orleans Now
Oi Icons Eight night schools havo
b.eti opened In Ihli city w)h every
prnipect for piospcrnun lefslons.
Theie In no tulllcn ehnrso and btiolts
nn.l supplies nro funiWioj free.
AND DELICATE FABRICS WASHED
CRAZED BY HEAT
Japanese Fireman Was
Crazed by tho excessive heat in tho
fire room of the Toyo Klseu Kalsha
liner Nippon Maru ns that vessel
steamed away from her wharf In Snil
Francisco, u Japanese fireman belong
ing to the crow of the liner mado nn
unsuccessful attempt nt stitcldo by
Jumping over tho sldo of the veescl.
Ho was promptly rescued nud brought
to tho deed; of tho vessel w ithln twen
ty minutes nfter'ho had made his rash
attempt to take his life.
Tho vessel had left her mooring and
was backing Into the Mrc.im when n
wild-eyed Jopiuosc, begrimed with
coal dust nud half linked, sprang to
tho rail of tho vessel and plunged over
Thu cooling Influence of tho waters
of San Franclrca bay hail a sobering
Influence iij c-ti the Japanese. Onco In
tho witter he quickly divested him
self of his rxnumiiK rlothlng and eag
erly caught at thu life buoy which was
thrown to lilni by llio officers of tho
The Nippon Maru btenmed around
an iltbe would lic-uulcldo soon scram
bled up tho ladder, u sadder but wisor
llo turned to his duties in tho etoko
bold the next day.
MIcElomirles destined for various
stations in Japan and China reign
moro or less supremo on tho Nippon
Mnru, Tho passenger list is n small
one, thero being but thlrty-flo In tho
saloon. Tho vc:.sol brings fifty Cheats
of overcarrled thlpment of tea for Ho
nolulu and her freight lor tho Orient
will approximate over two thousand
tons. Included til tho list of merchan
dise for For Eastern ports oro largo
bhlpmcnts ot cotton, nnd supplies such
ns groceries and' machinery.
Tho Nippon Maru met with fair
weather on tho trip down to tho Ha
waiian Islands. Thero was nothing to
ninr tho serenity of tho voyngo after
tho vessel cleared tho Forrnlonos.
'In tho specie tanks of tho vessel re
poses nearly two million dollars worth
of gold, sumo of which Is in thu fonu
or bullion. This wealth Is consigned to
tho bunks ot Shanghai and Hongkong.
Judge I. M. Molr of tho court of
First Instance In llio Philippine Is
lands, Is returning to "America's far
therest outpost" lifter having spent n
vacation In tho United States. Judgo
Molr Is accompanied by Mrs. Molr ntA
declares that they havo been greatly
benefitted by tho extended lenvo of
nbsenco from the Islands, Mr. nud
Mrs. W, A. Todd nro passengers by
tlio Nippon Mnru hound for China.
Tlioy nro completing a round thu
woild lour which lias occupied tho
greater part of a jear. Their homo Is
lu .Aiistiulhi and nt Hongkong they
will connect with ono of llio Australian
llncru lor thu colonies.
W. W. Outhrlo Is prominently Iden
tified with tho Insular government of
tho Philippines nud Is i chiming nftor
u six mouths lenvo of absence In tho
The Nippon Maru Is pchedulod to
Bali for Yokohama nt 5:30 this atoning,
Tho t ousel will takq a Binnll cargo
and ono Iny-otcr passenger. ""
Gafepuard Japaneso Pactports.
Washington Japan has liken nihil
tlomil and unusual picciiiitlnus Id pro
cent BUlntlliitlon of passnnrtH itnionv
JapauoEO going to tho United States.
Enilgiaiits nro photographed by the po
llco nt tholr abodo nnd duplicates nro
forwnrded to tho police nt tho port of
Thlrty-flvo district Indian tigentK.
Italian laud nppralsors, Indian chiefs
t.nd Hiipertls'orH. met in Muskogee,
Okl.i,, nnd illicnescil tho handling of
wt: t- . fftflMaJriA im-f'r nVn
CONCRETE FLOORS, ARTESIAN
WATER. Entire Plant Flushed Oat
1382 LILIHA STREET.
Who has taste and wish
es to bny a perfect
home in the beautiful , ,
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
whith cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone havinp- a value ,
of 55,000. The owner
will sell and is willing:
in unrrifice the nlacc
A lovely bungalow; 8
rooms. lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home C.n Knpiolani St.
Brooms, iot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 800.00
A G-rootn bungalow. lot
176x430, near Waia
lac Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly )
and repaired; lot 50?
Seven room cottage, on
lot 7J5sl40 1.C00.00
Seven-room house, on lot ,
planted with fruit ;.
vtrccs; everything in
npple-pi: order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never tomes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what arc bargains to
dav will not be avail
able tomorrow. Wc
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. v 82 King St.
A. V. OEAIt. MANAGER.
IT TA6TES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole-,
some, "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it insttntly.
THE POND DAIRY.
M, Phillips & Co.
WholMaU Importer and Jobbtra
AMERICAN PRY GOODS.
FOftT and QUET.M 8T8.
IOC" "For bail," carda at Bulletin.
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