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KVKNINH HUM.-TIN, HONOLULU, 'T. II. MONDAY, JAN. !1, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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aa lect n 1-cUm matter
How sweet and gracious, eVen in
Is that fine sense which men call
Wholesome as air and cenial as the
Welcome in every clime as breath of
It transmutes aliens into trusting
And ewes its owner passpor. round
James T. Fields.
Incipitur (1I.iIb has Minted that
mil hilt h.iB been told, but ho will
!i,ic to turn out something morn
dellnlli' tlinii what Secretin ) llillln
Kit (old him not to do In the mutter
of Cotigicsninn Mct.udilnu's claims
Tor I lie f rst time. In recent hls
torj, tnx'p'ucrs of the pit) of Nov
York ml iih If tlit y thought the,
would get millions of ihillnrH of value
fiom ibo monev the nio nhout to
eppnd mi public works.
If thp men on the. Washington hne
to spend their time In port nt the
quarantine tnllou, theie Is the sat
isfaction of Knowing that Honolulu
li.ix tho most attractive quarantine
rlntloit of anj poll In the world.
flint induced majority for
Hcorge and tho Iticicnked majority
for Premier Asqultli maj hae been
tho unl) way In which the Opposl-
Hon i is able to express lis request
that It bo saved from I.lojtMSoorge
iih Premier. If tho Liberals were
hound to win on tho Iludget.
Visiting officers and men or. the
clmUer lleet will II ml tho citizens
of Honolulu In the usual cordial
mood that Is alw.i)n on tap for tho
icprescntntlves of tho navy. Ever)
tlmo n fleet or n ship of our nnv)
visits this port, we aro reminded that
inns Is the greatest navy on earth,
Judged bv tho high character of Its
(illlcers nnd men, also by their light
CAN'T EVADE THE ISSUE.
A deslro for further Information
appears to bo the general expression
from (ltlzens who havo been ap
proached on tho subject of tho threat
of piohlbltlon li Congress Hint has
been suggested tho last fow dios.
As u matter of fact, tho nvernge
citizen doesn't bellovo that CongrcM
will bo so foolish as to nssttnio con
trol over llm liquor Unfile of this
Tcrrltor) Consequently, ha refuses
to become excited. The advocate of
1 prohibition, on tho other hand, has
high hopes for the future on account
of tho bills bearing on this subject
having readied such nil advanced po
sition, as u hearing bofoto tho com
mittee nnd a possible favorable io
port, before tho community nt large
In Honolulu Knew an) thing about It.
Tho II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n's Washington cor
respondent, with his Information of
tho picboiit status of the Johnson
bill, gavo the general public its (list
Knowledge Hint tho prohibition cam
pilgu was making headway, and
them Is much to suggest that tlo
An old man stepped up to a gen
tleniaii who was waiting for n cur
and touching blni lightly on tha
shoulder said: "Hxcuse nie, hut did
jou Just diop n half ilollat?" ut tho
tiauiealino holding out In his hand u
(olupf tho value mentioned, The
gentleman questioned looked for n
moment nt tho coin and then mnilo
a hasty seaich in his pocket, and
laldff "Wli), so I did, and I hadn't
' missed It," holding out nn eager
'Tho old man slowly drow out a
itoto-b(ok and slid. "I thought so."
He thou took tho iinuio nnd nddresu
of the loser and put tho coin in his
pocket and walked nway, "Well,"
said the othei, "do you wnit it nil
as n rowaid?"
"Oh, I did not find ono," bald tho
old man, "but it etiuck mo that in
u large city liko this there must be
n deal of mono) lost, and upon In
quliy I find )ou nro tho thlit)-flrst
one who has lost a half dollar this
Per Si Mont n .Wo
Per Yetr, inywheiein Us ... l.oo
Pel YcAf tiynheie n Canada.. I.Ru
Pr Yer postpaid, tntcijtn .oo
.JANUARY 31. 1910
plan of the prohibitionists was lo
tony their worU on quletl).
Tho mailer Is one of nunc than
ordinary liuportunre, as It has an
economic phase that can not he de
nied Sooner or Inter tliu business
men of the city will be called upon
lo take a dcflnllp stand They cm
not slight the Mihject, because In
ilUTon'ii'v nn tltclt pint will he 111
terpietetl as Iniluence on the side of
Pcdernl (onliol nnd federal ptohlhl
tion of the Hiiiior lialllc. Wlial
tills 'will bring about In the chief
llidustl) of the Tcnllorj Is caMly
(By John E. Monk.)
WASHINGTON, I). 0. Jan. 20. -As
a nsult of the recent hcnrlit-
glcn b tho board of engineer to
Delegate Kalanlnnaolo nnd lilt secro
tarj, .Mr. McClcll.ni, and, others, the
bo.iicl will formally recoiiimend the
Improvement of Knhiilut harbor Tho
only change made by the board In
the proposed plan for improving the
Moid-Ih'irbor was to shift the harbor basin
U-elght feet west of tho present
harbor lines, which were desired by
me Territorial oiueiais.
The plan ns approved by the board
calls for the expenditure of S375,-
H lias been decided that there will
lie n river nild hnrlior mil at tins
session of Congiess, and tho Houso
and Senate committees nro now en
gaged in formulating it.
Tho House ltlveis and HarhoiH
Committee has adopted a policy to
heieafter have aniui.il bills Instead
of every two )cais. This )eur's np-
propilntluns, both for maintenance
nnd for contracts, will he cut strictly
to the amount required for one ) ear's
Work Instead of two jears,
This now policy will mean smaller
appropriations this )car for I II lo and
WILL BE HOSTS
OF THE DELEGATE
John E. Monk.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 20.
An elobornto dinner is to bo given
to the Delegate and his wife nt tho
Now Wlltnrd. The dinner will bo In
tho largo ml loom of tho hold. The
hosts will bo tho Congrcsslonn! party
that visited Hawaii last summer.
Now additions to tho Hawaiian
colony heic nie Attorney Fiank
Thompson upd-O. I Sorcnson.
The urgoncy deficiency bill which
passed tho House today carries J.100,
000 additional for tho channel work
nt l'eail Harbor, nnd it Is hollow d
thai tho Sounto committee will allow
Ceorgle's mother was very insist'
out In demanding trading stifnips
whenever she purchased anything,
and little (ieorglo knew that.
A fow dn) a ago his mother was
blessed with baby twins, and lis soon
ns Ueoiglo hcaid nf it ho hastened to
bis mother's loom, and vvlilspcrod
Into her ears: "Say, ma, didn't oti
get tiny hailing stamps with tho
A well-known uichhlsliop, visiting
n small parish in a mining district
for the purposo of ndmlnlstoi Ing cou
llrmntlon, asked ono nervous llltlo
girl what matrimony was, and sho
nnswercd Hint It was "a stale of tcr
ilble torment which thoso who outer
It nro compelled to uudcigo for n
tlmo to pieparo them for a blighter
"No, no," leiuonstiated the pas
tor, "that Isn't matiluiony; that's
tho definition of purgatory,"
"Leave lr nloito," said tho aich
bishop. "Mo)ho she's right. What
do J on or I know about It?"
ili.j mini tt) remain In tliu lilll.'itiiit
will not slilke, It out.
The Delegate is endeavoring lo
secure' mi appointment oil In' r In tliu
cousl mtlllt'iy ui In the M.irlno Corpi
for Slanlev ABlifot il. wliii wni
dropped from the nuideni) for smok
ing. So fill lie hits mil been able to
Innit mi)thlug toi lilm, but hopes (m
gut the otitic man sonic llnd of u
rurthci healings will ho h.id on 1
the Delegate's bill .unending the, 01
gniilc Act ( (interning the bind laws
tit Hawaii nl nit carl) tl ite. hut no
date ban been Died. Hearings will
ho given by both tho House and Sen
The nomination! of A (I. XI. Itob
eitson as Jiidgo on the reilc'inl bench,
De Holt on the Stipiemc bench, and
ItobijitFon for the Circuit bonch. havo
hem leferred to the Comnillteo on
the .ludlilary So far, no opposition
has ilcv eloped before that t uiniiilttca
to the (onllrmntlon of the three
I named, and If present Indications il)
not change, theie will be none nntl
the) will be confirmed In due time
With Judgeships, the Committee) on
the Judiciary of tho Senate takes Its
time, In order that there will Jjo
plent) of tlmo foi persons who want
to be heard to give the committee
tho beiicllt of their Information.
Tentacles Lash Wildly At
An Hnwailan boatman flguied 111 nn
oxdlliig combat with u squid or iluylll
Hub nt tho Alakca sheet wlutrr mis
intimitis:, shorll) before tho arrival
of tho Pacific Mall llnir Siberia, which
If It roiild havo boon produced by tho
I'ntho Trews moving plcturo icpre
sentnllvc now visiting Honolulu would
havo crented a sensation whet ever
Madly lashing tho waters of tho
babln to a foam and making futlln at
tempts to legaln Its liberty, tho dovll
fish was flmill) drinu up fiom tho
bottom of tho lurboi oily after wind
ing Its man) lintio'iM r round tho
arm nnd a portion of Hie bml) of tho
Ueforo succumbing to tho superior
strength of the mun over tho denizen
of tho deep, tho dovll flsh gave vent
to rovonil ejections of Ink-like liquid
which scattered over the bottom nf
tho boat and covered tho clothing of
Its captor ns well'.
Tho fish was reposing nt tho fool
of some pllng. Tho Hawaiian had
dropped nn Iron bar, and tt was whllo
attempting (n legnlu tho weapon that
the presence of tliu tentacled fish was
Several attempts were mailo to din
lodge tho squid before several Ha
wnllans who witnessed tho contest be
tween man nnd flsh, finally secured a
Tho squid, whllo bv far ftom belntf
n curiosity In Honolulu harbor, never
theless drew a largo ciowd lo wltncbh
Its mad antics Tho fisherman es
caped without bcrlous Injur) though
tho chiso wrapped tentacles about his
arms left thcli mark
Notwithstanding tho fact that
them is a sovero penalty attached to
tho nrfenso of hii)lng clothing from
United Stntes soldiers, tho tnilTln
still goes on.
All un1flli.ru In llm enn Inn it ITnrln
Sam nie entitled to diaw fiom tho
quartermaster depaitment n certuln
amount of clothing nt stipulated lie-1
rlods. Whcthei tho soldier Is 111
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain at Kaimuki. on Ulovcnlh
Lots In Kalmnkl Park Tract, VJUu
each, on easy payments. Thrco '
ncrcs, clenrbd and fenced, In tho KaU
mukl Tract, for J2C00. Acicago
property In I'nlolo Valley.
There nro a few of tho nppoi Utili
ties we havo to offer for investment
lu real cstato.
Buy this week. For G days we will
continue to sell those choice Kai
muki lots, liRht on the car-line, for
$100. Terms: $50 cash; $10 per
is instantaneous if sent by the
Office Open Sunday From 8 to 10
actual iiojd of tho rlippIlcH or" nor,
he nhan takes all that thoio Is
coming to him. nnd In many In
stances tho Hiirplus clothing, consht
Ing of untlervvdtr, shoes, (ats, pants,
etc., finds Its wit) to stores of small
dealers, pilnclpnll) Chinese, where
tho soldier lecelves but llltlo of the
value of the clothing, but It Is ready
ensh, no matter bow small the
amount may he. nnd ready tash to
n soldier Is prized as much ns un
l"or some limn back tho soldiers
of Compnii) II at Tort Hhaftci H.r-
incUs havo been nibbing tho Bupplln
whUh they had drawn from tho
qunitertuasier depirtmcnt. Not be
ing In initial need of. but entitled
to, tho clothing, thej had dravvn V
and thiown It into their loil.cis,
fiom which It Bluntly dlrappcaicd.
A watch was kept, and on l.nt
I'rlday two hobllois, with u auspi
clous-looking bundle, were overh I til
ed as they were leivlng the pos .
Tho bundle w.u found to coh'nln
n lot of new nnd partl)-new clotnlnR
which ha'il been stolen frosi thulii.vb
of Company 11. '
Ono of the soldldts confessed to
having disposed of numerous lmnril''
of soldier clothing 1'A n certain Chl
neso dealer In Krilio'lillu.'
Tho self -confessed thief was
placed in the gunrdhfmse n"id anollie
boblfer, iiitlug In (,im ciinclty of
upHltcr, was suppaoii vviiu a miscel
laneous lot of soldiers (IctMIug nun.
nrcoinpanfod by ii lop aeigoant, cnine
to Honolulu and eliUicd t le store
of a Chinese iieni' till cojuor of
Mlljer and Vlno)nrd i(tree(B, wh'ic
tho spotter hid no tlDnciilty In dls
posliiR of tho, United Htatcs pioperty.
A giinid was at'onco placed over
tho stole, and tho United Stutesi Dis
trict Atlbriie) seht tor. who upon
his arrival miido ,senich of tho
Chinese stole, bringing to light un
limited quantities of noldlor's cloth
lug which had been pmrchnsed fiom
Uncle Sam's bo)s. ,,
United States District Attorney
Hccckons liivitcil'ttho Chlneso store
keeper to take a rldo' vvlUi him in
tho hack. '
I Tho new XIii)or of ?scw "ioiIc has
"la,l Taminaiiy iipiwIntiiientB.
Th "lntor cnf "f ,l10 Sultan or
Zanzibar has beon seized for debt.
Merchant Streets F
- Cs. -
Bargains in Honolulu
Ocod 7-room house, fine loca
tion .' ?i-uu
New 5-room cottage, just com
pleted; strictly modern ana
up to date $4200
WE HAVE SOME GOOD LOTS IN
They arc well located c snaps
at the pi ice.
We offer for rent a six-roon fur
nished houss on Alexander street.
House is modern, larce rooms, nnd
in very cood condition. Rent, $70
Lartre 12-room. 0-bcurocra house
on Pacific Heichts. Verv cood house
and cheap at the price $30 per
SEE US FOR THESE AND OTHER
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY,
BETHEL STREET x
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and C.iildreu,'
Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
In order to prepare for n fitting
reception to tho lo.s of tho Colum
bia l'.uUJub of San rianclsco, who
nirlvo In Honolulu tomorrow from
Austiiilla, it mooting will bo hold in
tho St. Kruntls IIo4el In San I'run
clsco tomoiiow nftei noon by fifty of
tho leading men and women of Hint
Tliu leceptlou and welcome to tbo
1iO)B has been taken up by u com-
mltteu'toinpoHed of James Hnlpli Ji
It. II. Hale, W. L. Uarstlo, John Hur
nieisinlth, Sirs. I. ,'. AVnltor, Mrs.
John T. Motrin, Mrs. H. I.. Ilnldwln,
Itev. D. O. Crowley, Andiow M.
Letters pf Imitation to tho meet
ing havo been sent to tho most prom
inent pooplo lu tho city, It being
painted out thaj tha club lias sot n
high Btnud.nd nnd Hut its Inllueiico
has had u fai-tcndiing effect.
"Kor bate" card Bullftln.
WILL PURCHASE A COPPER
PLATE ENGRAVED WITH
YOUR NAME, TOGETHER
WITH ONE HUNDRED STY
LISH VISITING CARDS
PRINTED TR0M THE SAME,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
ON SUGAR CROPS
Cuba Makes Shipment
Of Sugar To
Wlllett & flrn)'H Sugar Jourml
for January II contains the follow
ing on tho raw sugar market:
Statistics by Special Cables.
Culm. Tho si pi I nctp.it portsf Re
ceipts, 112,000; exports, 10,000!
stork, C0.0U0, against 31,000 tons
last )enr; centrals grinding, 131,
against 101 last week ami 97 In 1D09
mid HT in 1U0S.
Stocks, In tho United States nntl
Cuba together of 114,223 Ions,
against 80,412 tons last week nnd
122,100 toil!) hilt )ear. a decrease of
7S83 .tons fiom last jeur.
Hurope. Stock In Hurope, 2,727,
000 tons, against 3,265,000 tuns last
Vlslblo Suppl). Total stock of
Hurope olid America, 2,S41,223'tons,
ngnlnst 3, .I87,10(i tons last )ear at
tho same uneven dates. Tho do
creaso of Block Is 1143, Sb.1 'tons.
Against a decrease of rri2,GH) last
week, Total stocks and nlloats to
gether show a visible suppl) of 2,
01$, 223 tons, against 3,417,100 tons
last )e.ir, or u decieaso of 408,88.1
Itnws. Hcvlow of tho week shows
spot quotations of 9C deg, ccutilfu
gals ntlvniiced from 1.02c. to 1.1 lc.
per lb., with sales on the Inttor
bisls of ."Oil bags, pionipt Bhlpmont,
anil ithiiut 200,000 bags Jnuitar)
rebrunr) shlpmont Culms, bists
2 1-lc. c. K. f., and 30.00 to 35,000
bags l'ortd lllcos at 4 1-Sc. Also,
no.ooo bags rchruni) -March to sptc
ufalors nl 2 3-lr. c. & f. nnd 2.81c.
(. & f 11.17c. landed), with buIu of
Aplll included nt 2. Sic, c. & f. to
feature of tho week Is n first
tiausactlou In Cubi sugar foi ship
ment outside of (be United Stntes
since tho Reciprocity treat) with
tuba. Ten thousand bags Cuba. cell-
tilfug.ils were Mild to the St. Lnvv-
lenco Sttgnr Hellnlng Cnnip.ui, Mon-
tieal, on basis of 2J-lc. (. K r. to
New York (4.11c.) for -shipment to
Canada via Now York, and )ostor-
day. sanio rcllncry bought further
30,000 bags tit 2.S1C. r. tc f. New
York for Kehiuiry-Slaich idilpment.
At th. close the market Is very
stiong at manors' Intimations of
2.81c. t. fi. r, with 2 7-bc. c. & f.
Ihtrly in Iha week btinio 3.ri,000
bigs Cuba and 15,000 hjigs l'orto
Kim for Jatiuar) bhlpmont weio
bought nt basis 1.05c, 90 deg. test,
but with nn excited and advancing
beet maiket in Hurupe pi Ices have
Jumped to the 4 lie. basis and high
er for futuiol.
Thq Atntrlcflii mo taking nil of
ferings lit 2.81c. c. & f., 90 (leg.
test, fur January nnd rebruar) ship
ment, equal 4.17c. landed, on basis
nf which largo sales havo thus fur
Huropo Is having u continued spec
ulative upwind iiiov oioiit In beet
sugar, based partly on sundry ru-
liiois and expectations of events
which may or may not materialize,
rails, foi Instance, reports to us ru-
Lniors of unsatisfactory results from
Cuba, vvhlih nio not conllrincd by
dir direct news fiom lb" Island. Ill
homo parts i ('ports aro given of less
Jtilco from ennes tliui expected, hut
as a whnlo tho lesulls thus fur nro
hotter than last )cnr nntl tho lon-
nngo of cane Is much better. De
cember grinding is alvvujs much In-
ferloi to Inter on and can not be
used to foiecant ciop icsults. Wo
nto not ct lu rocolpt of sufficient
data from the Island, howovcr, to
wan ant un Incrcaso lu our present
estlmato uf 1,700,(10 tons total out
put of sugni.
licet sugar advanced fiom 12s. 9d.
to 13s. 3d. for present niontn; 13c.
2 l-4il. robiuui); Us. l l-Irt, Mny,
with cano sugar ndvuncetl from 13s.
3d. to 13s, 10 l-2d.
The Cuba ciop is piogiosslng bat
isfacloilly, with 131 centials grind
ing. Uecclpts for week, 32,000 tons:
exports, 10,000 tons; stock. 30,000
Aflo.its fiom Cuba should Increase
nioio inpldly soon.
United Stntes stock Inciensed to
84,223 tons from tho low point of
last week. ,
There Is no special howh fiom
olhor parts of tho sugar world.
Nolo -oui Liverpool Icttor, which
explains methods of selling Hngllsh
nnd roielgn sugars thero.
Culm centiifugnls lire now 71c, por
100 pounds below pnilty of beet
sugar, Indicating business beforo
long in Culm sugars for fclilpmcut to
thvj United Kingdom.
Uellned. Tho redernl moved jirlco
of gianulat.cd up to tho general level
of 1,95c. less 1 jicr cent, und io
rationing tho Inst advance In
cane granuliitod tho beet sugar fac
ilities took ndvantngo of n largo de
nmid at tho west to phico on con
tinct a lingo piopoitlou of theli re
maining niaiiiifactuia nt 10c. per 100
pouudti iocs tliiin thelt piesent
This policy will In tho end throw
LAID 10 REST
Impressive Funeral Services Held
Over Remains of Ross and Prcn
dergast Grand Army Men At
tend in a Bcdy.
Two funerals of note took plnco
Tho funeral of Captain Uoss was
held from tho Knw.rfihno church, the
Uev. Mr. Parker officiating. Tjio
Hi and Arm) vetcrani were theie to
do honor to the man who had. with
them, tnken pait In the CIcII nr.
Many floral offcilngs rested oiij ;tho
cofllu nnd wont with him to the
grave. The remains wcro Interred
in the (Irnnd Arm) plot ut thq Nuti-
nnu cemotery. The iiall-hearers weio
Cecil llrovvn. K. M. Marshall, Wil
liam Woon, William Heniy, Cnrl
Wldetnnnn nnd Henry Ilerteltnnnn.
Tho funeral services ovor the body
of I'rendcrgast were held nt tho
Catholic church, rather Malhlns of
ficiating. A btiuad of eight police
men In full iiiioform, led by Captain
I'unohu, marched to the church to
urt as pall-hearers, mid thus did
honor to nn old member of the de
partment. The members of both tho
branches' of the Hut Olwl were pies
ent. After .the funeral rites of tho
Catholic church hntl been perform
ed, tbo (orlcgo wont to tho Catholic
(cmctcr), where tho last resting
plnco had been prepared.
ELECTRICITY FROM AIR v
RINGS ELECTRIC BELL
Lcndon Scientist Demonstrates That
Sufficient Power Can Be Trans
lorjncd and Utilized.
LONDO.N, Jnn. 20. That electri
city drawn from tho ah can ho trans
itu med and directly utilized to ring
a bell or actuate oilier slmplo medi
milsms was piactlcnlly demonstrated
at the aiinuiil exhibition of tbo I'hy
slcal Society of London, which" hni
Just been held ut tho College of
Science, South Konslngton. Tioin a
flagstaff on tho roof of the building
a sinnll Eprinl rod coated with rud
Kun was suspended, which gathered
electricity fiom tho atmosphere. This
accumulated absorption, In turn, wni
conve)cd by wires Into tho building,
wlteto It witB stored in u tiny appara
tus until u certain quantity had
been ob'tnlned. Automatic dlschnrgo
of this force nt Intervals demonstrat
ed that sufficient energy, bad been
genernted to actuate the mechanism
wlilch rang a bell.
Tim nreclse length of tlmo that
each charge nl electricity lequlres
for accumulation enn bo accurately
gauged, m that, It Is anticipated, n
"nnture clock" may be devised
wMri, will rliic various bells nro-
claiming intervals of tlmo. Such nn
Invention, It Is contended, will como
more neaily demonstrating tho possi
bility of perpetual motion than any
devlcoVt advanced by laborers vvo
seek that goal.
CANADA TO MAKE
Foreigners Must Have $300 on Land
ine Would Keen Down All
Asiatio Labor Wants United
States to Help.
OTTAWA, (Out.), Jannaiy 19. rur
thci legislation to restrict Immigra
tion of Asiatics into Canada will bo
enacted through tho passage of n gen
eral Immigration bill piescntod to tho
House today by Trunk Oliver, Minister
of tho Interior. It provides that Immi
grant a must havo S300 with them upon
arrival In tho countiy, Instead of noth
ing, ns hitherto.
This will probably render It Impos
sible for Hindoos In Diltlsh Columbia,
who woro u'pnited to havo planned to
bring their families to Canada lo do
to. Such a icsult would obviate tho
posslblllt) of unothcr outbreak In llil
llsh Columbia, where Hindoos once,
woro mobbed and where tbo whllo po
pulation views with concern any In
crease of tho Aslntlc population.
Mr. Oliver, In presenting tho bill,
said It was especially designed to keep
out undcslrabio Immigration fiom tbo
United StatcM, iilthough tho highest
class of Immigration that over camo
Into nny countiy lu tho world Is tho In
flux of American farmers Into tho
western provinces, A gicat many Ku
ropeans seek admission to Canada
through'tho United Status. Upward of
4000 wcro i ejected last )eur. A board
of luquliy will bo established lo mako
tho lnw mnro workable.
Tho International Haivobler Com
pany luis divided piotlts of $20,000,
Tho King of Italy Is thp, only vege-'
a turgor business to tho castoin,cnuo
rellnt'is. without the .beet competl-..
Hon so Inigoly foil icccntly,
lleet granulated Is quoted nt tho
close nt 4.85c, less l per cent. New
Yoik basis In tcrrltor) east of Chi
cago und 1.75c. less 1 por cent, west
of Chicago. i
Tho inniket Is ci) strong, with
tendency to fuithor advance In prices
Later. At the closo, Tederal ad
vanced 10 points, to 5.05c, less 1
per cent,, but mo taking orders nt
4.95c. less l pei cent.
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