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HE" 'Q EVEHIN'O EVLIETIN. HOOLCLTJ. ,T. H., StTURDT. JUtY 16. 1?10.
rcoTTON prqIiseFwell on oaiiu ;
UlEW OF FIELDS p mmmmi fc-Ur'- :
COTTON raising on tlio Island
or Oaliu I q "making Rood" at
I. early nil polntn where It A
'being tried. The photographs Riven
show hearing liecs of the Caruvoiilcn
wool rot I on six mouths old. growing
' on til In Island.
TIipso Carnvoiileu trees promise tn
V bring five hundred pound of lint
tills year. Next
,)cnr they Hhonlil yield two tlwii-
.san.l pounds of lint colton li IIih
'acre. ThinHells now nt Iwenij flo
jjecuts per (pound cash lit llonoiiilit
, JIM value tn from I wont nvu to
Uhlrty-fivo tentH ier pound If tlio
P'lilnntor cares to share somo of tlio
ft' delay In wilting for account sales In
Is'' Cotton rIi.s of stifllelent capacity
to handle thj small iiunnlltles of cot
ton now growing on tins island nave
heen brought In nnd lire in opera
tlon. The advantage of the cotton
crop Is that It can he handled hf ilin
small producer at n comparatively
fsllght expense and on un Indepen
The field shown Is of four neres.
The, trees shown are now In bearing,
4 tint were stripped of their leave
' earlier In the sensoti lij heavy winds.
IAs mkiij as (he warm weather 'came, Olau furnished the only IncM-nt in
'tliey revived, and are rIvIiir splendid stock circles that has stirred the
" results. This shown the hardy char- street nut of Uk usual hum-drum,
.''nctcr of tlio trees and adaptability to Starting out on Monday with n do
. , this climate. mand that seemed insatlnldc, tlio prlco
i Thcro aro nt present about fjRh'tjif Jbes.torlc steadily ndvnnced from
? hundred acres In tho Islands plalilo 1 r,34 Son 'tli'o'safo of several thousand
Ijin Caraonlca cotton, and Inquiries glinrMi ,t nppenred to bo headed
Indicate that i.ext year there will strn,Kht tor tho hRh(,8t flKllro oina
bo i.ear nve- thousand acres In thU hng rpach(1(, ,, , ,mt Wf(.
TciS.r.f Pear, City h.n ' T b,n '", T' Tl
.pruned IiIh three-, ear-old trees and by rlday afternoon the stock wus
I expects to obtain three crops n wuirUWUlLLMrly. "" And ..I
("from them. and. this will nveraRe3fnt--PM?Pi;Jll9blis Valuable today
" ..i.i.i ... ..m,. ... i. ..... .- " lis It was when It sold at G.flO and 7.
lt;iil u null, jitiiiiiUA n-i u i".
$ ? I T t j T
f4 Lite Sugar Report.
i Wlllett & dray's SuKar Journal X"r
vJnue 30 reviews tho raw suBar hi.r-
Statistics by Special Cables,
IT- m. . .. .... ... .
uuiio. too six principal iioris: iu;
fcplpts. 0.000; exports. 20,000; stock",
2G0.000, uRalnst 2(11,000 tons last
Cycar. Centrals RrlnillnR o, aRainBt u
ilast week and 0 In 190J and In
y:. Stocks In the United States and
"ft'Cuba toKether of 023.090 tons
KfaRalnst 078.080 tons last week and
7.Fl1Ti flljl Irinu lnt vwir nil Inproiiun nP
.,,.-.. w ,w.... , -. -.
':t;o,C91 tons from last year.
Kuropo. Stock In Kuroiw, 1,013,000
Fiona, aealnst 1,797,000 last year.
f Total stock of Kuropo nnd America,
2,218,000 tons, against 2,372,318 tons
last year nt tho samo uneven dates,
.Tlio itecrcoFo of stock Is 123,409.
nRalnst n ik-crcaso of 117.O30 Inst
Veek. Total stocks nnd nlloats to-
KClhor show a visible .supply of 2.393.-
009 tons, nRalnst 2,527,318 tons last
vear, or u decreaso of 133,409 tons.
Thcro Is nearly a complete rccov-
lory of prices.
pe The Improvement liegtui last week
If continued until -l.auc wus pain tor
liBpot CentrlhiRuU, basis 90" test, uud
J3c c. & f., equal to 4.30c for Cuba
iCCentrlfiiRals, shipment second-half
i1 J nly, nt width large sales wero made,
"sugars In tho latter ixisltlon beliiR
tuken l)V Iwlli rellncrs and specu- Offerings hero nro now practically
Pflator. nil on basis of 3c c. & f., or 4.30c
pj Thus far. tho recovery In two landed for spot or July shipment and
Mjvccks from tho low point of 4.17c for with u few for August shipment nt
ffrTearby sugars h 0.13c and tho lnilt- 3 1-1 Cc to 3 l-8c c. & f. (4.42c to 4.48c
ifchtlons nro that wo may soon record landed.)
Ma further ndvnnco of .OCc, which will Jnvas nro not actually offered, ns
i-'lhako thu spot ipiotatlon 4.3Cc, ir 3c rvflnc'is havo recently given no en
Qc. & f. for prompt shipment of Cuba couragenu'iit to tho holders (if theso
, 'Biigars, tho previous high point, ,On sugars; thu lowest Intimation of sell-
thls basts uoiuers uro iikci iu unci
Wffeelv. as It Is n sort of sentimental
rjllBtiro nnd n good one for producers,
liiit most of tho remaining available
purtara aro In srtong hands and when
tho scarcity of supplies during mo
ju?xt three months becomes moro
fullv realized refiners will doubtless
ISl'obllgod to p'JLi still higher prices,
KOOOner or later mnvlim m ir
lj.pori a inodernto quantity of Javas, or
RWlier" full il'i'y pal'l sttRnrs, tn koep
rJtharcfli:nrlcB working until tho next
S r..t. ..wia hnfTtn!! tn enmn to market,
,iiuiv nwi' ' -p.. --- --
'- -"' ... . ... nnmnala ivllll
fOr WHICH WO lUUOi .wM ....
European buyers, who will also ho
eager for supplies.
Tho scarcity Is now moro notice-
YOl'XH CAIIAVO.VICV tiiki:
IN. BUSINESS CIRCLES
"" crovdoIl the street ROt no Idea
thnt tho men who IioiirIu in at !i.f.o
now want to unload. So thcro are no
: jjuycrB iiljtU' tiev'slock reaches bed
1 'rock uKnlti,inil.tfifri"ltwlll take an-
Rother spurt. !" I " i - .
As Is "usually the case ' In small
ntck Hurries, rcHryde followed close-
.y on ttie avnnco of Ohm. Tho stock
:6 ,j. .j, plantation went (ulckly
to C.I". on the rale of comparatively
Taw shares mid hat held llrmur than
rno contution oi tneso properties
wus dealt with at considerable length
In these columns last week. McHrydo
In uddltlon to Its Rood water supply.
Hllro of flftPl,n thousand ton crop
nxt yeur and the nssurnneo of fu
ture Rood crops is us safe us any
plantation un the .Inlands.
Ilnnpkaa, that has occupied atten
tion with the cheap stocks, has drop
ped tn 18.25 and stopped. Curiously
enough, Just ns this property is do-
voloplnR tho best prospects It lias
ever known, the report Rot about llo-
110111111111111 the sucrose In the ennu
wllH rUnnliiR ery ow mid tho whole
coni.orn Wll8 rum,nB to the had. Noth-
, coul(, bo farllier f f t
able in l;uropo nlso, and ns Instances
of this It is shown that In Germany
und Austria tosethor thero wcro on
Juno 1st nvallnblo for oxports only
tj.-.m ions, aKiuist ih;,.h'j ami mi,-
bsz tons on sumu dato In 1900 nnd
1908 respqetuoly, and tlio sloelts ,11
Husslan factories on 1-14 May wero
only 232,051 tons, against 552,781 tons
at samo timo last eai
urs viws ih i-s -jo u. k i. or aiikuui.
shipment (October nnlval), equal to
4.SI0 lauded, 90 test, nbout 3d ubovo
Considerable, sales have recently
been made or rnillpplno sugars, for
nrrlwtl In 8epteiub;r or October, on
privnto terms, understood to bo l-ltc
to 1-Sc uhove current quotations, thus
uim-uuuuiik liupiiMiauuiH ill iiiu,c- tn
future deliveries. 'I ho total sales of
1'hlllpplues this year uuvmint to about
75.000 tons, and tlioro may lu 25,ooo
tons of nil deRerliitlous now remain.
- --- --
I .. nn.nl.l
Itecelpts of V. S. Pour )rt3 fur
tho week wcto only 3!,Sii9 tons.
against us.mj tons last necx, wuu
SlIOWIXl U'.VIIItlAM' UIMMViil SIX MONTHS r.Ul.VVOXir.V ('All VYOXMU Tltl:K WITH t'OTNIX ISIIAHV Ji V.H.
Ilnwnllnn t'oinmerclal sold nt 40 the
lntter part of the week nnd Is strong
it that figure. Thete Is comparative
ly little bidding for this stork al
though nnothcr extra dividend may
Hepnrts from i:n tills neck nro
that Its crop will run to 33,000 tons.
This Is more .than 1ms been anticipat
ed by the general run of Investors
who earlier In tho season were led to
believe that tho crop would run he
low the estimate. The stock advanced
twenty-live cents 11 share 011 Into
Wiilalua has struck mm of Us dull
seasons and lollowing the payment of
tho dividend oil tho 15th the stock
sheet showed 129 bid. Thero Is n de
mand for tho stock nt this price but
us Is usually tho case, little or nono is
offered nt tho figure.
Onhu advanced a cry llttlo the lat
ter part of the week. Tho Important
developments for this plantation nro
tn tho hands of Knglneer Jorgen Jor
RCnsciT, who bus been engngeU by the
directors of the ptoperty to make n
thorough InvcstlRuliun of thu water
sources Hi tho mountains buck of tho
plantntton und report on this us well
us the diversion of the water now run
ning to waste through the Wnlkano
and Wnlhnle streams on tho other side
of the Island.
Oahu's crop for this year Is now
placed between twenty-nine nnd thir
ty thousand tons. Thero uro however
some Inrge fluids and Rood fields yet
to bo taken off nnd If the so should run
nboui the uveniRO It Is qulto possible
that O.U111 will reach tho thirty thou
sand mark us anticipated.
Pioneer 'bus stteiiRthcned consider
ably, selling ubovo 218. Why It
should ecr weaken In tho mystery.
requirements for meltings 52,000 tons.
Stocks aro lower than nt any tliuo
during tho last six weeks.
Cuba reports tlvo Centrals RrlndliiR
against six Inst year. The lslhlo
production to dnlo s 1,070,000 tons,
nnd If we should add tho quantity
(128,182 tons) which eanm lu sight
after tlls dale last year, tho present
crop would show 11 n outturn of 1,804,
CS2 tons, hut us receipts mo expect
ed to soon full off suddenly this fig
ure may not qulto bo reached The
centrals which recently closed for tho
season tcport increases over their
early estimates nf production In al
most all Instances.
Tho wcalher Is now fnvorublu for
trio next Cuba ctop.
European markets for old crop licet
Sugar show n net Improvement nf
l'.id for tho week to 14s lOVtd, 1111
abnormal, speculutlvo figure, tho par
ity of 5.17c for Centrifugals nt New
York, Indicating tho power of tho
nporntoin over thoie. New crop beet
for Octobcr-Ueccnihcr clUury,
quoted mlo ou basis nf supply und
demand, is firm ut Its 3id, thu pur
ity of 4.39s for Centrifugals.
Cano sugars on tho London market
nro now 14s l',j d. "floating, land
ing" Iho pailty of Cuius ut 2.97o c
& f. o Now York.
V. O, I.lcht cubits ns favorable re
ports of tho weather in Ocrnnny fnr
tho new beat crop.
Foni.Anii: rn:i,i showi.mi i'i.axti,n .mi:tiio:
Ilonds have rliaiiRcd hands at Rood
llRiires hut In very small ptnnlltlcH.
The price of stiRnr lias dropped off
slightly hut nothing Is presented to
suggest any serious weakness In the
market. Tho drop of the raw sugar
from, 4.33 to l.2o was almost coinci
dent with tho press cables lolling of
labor troubles nt llje American Sugar
Itcllnlng Company's rellnery. These
labor troubles of course tukcMho larg
est buyer out of the market for tho
time being nnd thu IncUtublc result
has been n drop In the prlco of raws.
Inlurmntlon on tho market contained
lu tho circulars arriving by the latest
mulls.uud. nlsil tlicJpritnto letters ear
rles ito Biiggctstldn rf 11 Tear thai sugar
will drop. Tho pilce 'of future for
new crop Kiiropean' beets 'lrf ut 11 llg
uro tlmt Rives fiery possible guaran
tee of a good incrago market next
Slimmer TnurM". .
Outside, tlio stock muilict tho w. e
bus been rather .iile.t. Quite a good
number of tourists uro ui riving for
tlio summer' season. There Is no doubt
that when Hawaii becomes propel ly
known It will he us popular as 11 sum
mer resort as for the winter.
The Inst .Wilhelmlnii hruiight n par
ty of thirty-eight tourists who touk
advantage of the new round trip ol
enno scheme of tho Matnoii line. They
muko tlio lound trip on the steamer,
thus getting u few days In Honolulu
nnd also a Rood sl(;ht of tho Volcano.
Tho Sleiru ui riving this neck
brought 11 good loud of tourists and Is
steadily making good its u reliable,
comfortable nnd popular local steam
ship. Promotion Work.
Hocretnry Wood continues his 10
ussurliiR leports of thu good work
done by tho Atlantic City establish
ment. The Promotion Committee this
week quietly pigeonholed tho plan to
Invito thu National 1-Mltnrlal Associa
tion to tho Islands. This followed u
similar action by tho Chamber of
Commerce. Unfortunately tho rush of
mainland papers to (ho Islands for
special editions bus relieved tho lend
ing llnnnclers of tho Torrltory of so
much of their hard-earned cash that
(hoy uro afraid, apparently, of whut
n whole eilltoilul association might do
to them. It Is piobublc, however,
that the plan fulled for want of en
Tho Trnns-Paclllc yucht men start
ed on Sunday with threo contestants,
two besides the Hawaii. It mus't bo
confessed tlmt tho race this year,
Judged from tho promised entries nnd
the linn! small number to go over the
line, has been n sorry disappointment.
Apparently tlio yachtsmen of tho
Const can't bo made to bollovo thnt
the Hawaiian Islands nro not n long
wny off.. Something will have to hap
pen to create competition or thu
Trans-Puclllc yatlit rnco will bo
marked off tho list or ecnts. It Is
blghly probable that It will bo n real
rnco this year, und tho Hawaii has
Rood prospects to como In u winner.
Itnplil Transit Progress.
Work began this, vteels on tho dou
blu tracking of KnR street by tho
Itapld Transit This nieuns a emit
deal to the, tuiiopsa section of the
town, und tinlllc being facllltate.il, It
will nlso bo Increased,
Announcement that the Immigra
tion Hoard Is to send Mr. Campbell
for more Portuguese Immigrants has
raised the question of whether ho ex
pects to neek the snnie class of farm
ers from the same sources upon which
lliiwnlt lias pieUously draun. Some
have the idea that lie Is going to Por
tuguese possessions where negroes
carry tlio nnino of Portuguese hut nro
by no means tho white Portuguese
with which the Islands have been
largely populated and of which n
steadily Increasing number Is much
to ho desire J.
Col. Sam Xnrrlo.
News came lin Krlday of the death
of Col. H.ini Norrls ut his iiinch'iln
Knu. This recent 1 tr old 111.111 wns
eighty-eight years of ago ut the Hum
of his i,e.it,!i. The time wu.s when Ills
rnne 1 1 1;.. 1 ly was M-ry much sought
I .1 .1 at un entirely too high
II llgi... 1 1 iiivtis nun) thoiuaiid
acres 0" ands hut i-o much of It is
. 1.1. and so llttlo attention wus
' . Ij tho cuttlo by Norrls that no
out- knew Just what tho wiluo of tho
establishment wns. It Is now operat
ed by Shlpmun Interests. On July 2
lust Col. Norrls executed n deed con
vejlng tho ranch of 180,000 ncres to
Charles G. Macombor, his nearest rel
nlho In the Island.!.
Coiitr.irts nnd Allen Labor.
The contract lor thu construction
of the Allco Mackintosh Memorial
tower nt tho Episcopal church has
been awarded to the Hawaiian Japan
ese Ilallastlng Company, and furnishes
nnothcr Incident, of tho aggressive
ness of thu Japanese contracting
firms. Tills contract amounts to
some 116,000 nnd it Is understood that
tho only employer of cltlen Inbor who
bid hud to put In figures for moro'thun
double the successful hid ti order to
come out whole.
About tho time this contract camu
out tho contractors of tho city learned
thnt tho Japanese contrnctorn are to
bid on tho construction of the bar
racks at I.ellehua. As a result of H1I3
Information some of the citizen con
tractors have stopped figuring on tho
work ns they realbo tho impossibility
of competing with tho Jupaneso when
employing cltl.on workmen. It Is
Just possible that If this thing should
keep up that tho largest share of tho
money to bo spent on Federal works
on this Island will go Into tho coffers
of the alien business men, nnd be dis
tributed tho oilier Bldo of Nuunnu
Prohibition Damage, '
As tho timo for tho Prohibition
plebiscite .upprouches nn Increasing
number of careful thinking men glvo
evidenco of beginning to rcuilzo that
bhouhl thu Prohibition voto carry It
will strlko n most seilous nnd damag
ing blow against two very important
bourcos of prosperity In tho islnnds
the sugar plantation labor supply and
tho tourist tralll a Tho Jupaneso ex
pect to have their sako Just (is much
ns they do their rice, mid tho Portu
guese txpect their wlno ufter tho
day's mivk. Should nn uttempt b
mudu to shut off these food supplies
theio will bo trouble. Thesu people
will ro wllero they cull llvo without
being hampered by fanatical restric
tions, St. Clair Ilhfgood, n former success
ful hotel nmnngor of ttiu'lslands, writes
COTTOX HIIAIIV TO PICK
from Ijis Angeles, where he litis,
opened up a Hawaiian Headquarters,
Hint Hawaii might Just ns well shut
up Its Prnmitlon Committee If it votes
for Prohibition. Tourists don't want
to bo forced to net the pnrt of sneaks
nnd InwhrtakcrH to obtain what they
consider ns much u part of llielr diet
ns their coffee In the morning.
At Hie present writing the only pos
sibly chance Prohibition bus of win
ning In the Islnnds Is failure of people
who oppose Prohibition to go to the
polls. They feel so certain that thu
majority will bo (nerwhelmlng that
they may not take tho trouble to vote.
With a full vote cast, tlioro is no
doubt of the result. Tho people of tho
Islunds do not want Prohibition, unit
the W.oolley crowd .cannot get them to
vote for Prohibition n order to defeat
'the Kilonn, because It is. well known
Hint tlu. pnlpnu can he wiped out und
er the present law If Iho people mint
A lar:;e gathering of business; men
assembled this week Krlday to pay
thu last tribute of respect to tho lute
CleorRc C. Hockley. Mr. Deckloy wns
one of tho most frugal Huwntlnns nnd
built up n good sized competency by
htfrd ork. '
Ocorgo Fuller, 0110 of the young
business men of the city who is mail
ing Rood, has Lcen milled to the diiec
tnrnto of the Hunk of Hawaii.
. Owing to tbe temporary absonco of
J. P. Cooko and tho contemplated trip
abroad of W. O. Smith, there hav
been chunges lu tho directorate, of Al
exander & llaldwln. Tlio vuraiicieii
ulll bo filled for the timo belli.; by
Jus. 11. Castle und C. M. Atherton.
John Oulld, who has been with the
firm for tunny yenrs In positions o;
particular responsibility, was n- n
prclous meeting of A!u.utdpi- &
llaldwln elected a director o' the cor
poration. TEACHERS TOLD
Dr. Hobdy Tells Summer School That
Disease May Be Killed in Ten
years Methods of Prevention.
In his talk before tho teachors at
tending the summer fcchool yestor
day afternoon, Dr. Hobdy, who do
llrored thp lirst lecture of tho course,
made tho startling statement that
lu ten years tuberculosis could ho
wiped out of Hawaii by', united et.
Thodoctor quoted figures showing
the vast sums of money being spent
lu tho fight against tlio disease, say
ing that tho United States spends
fiom 1150,000,000 to OOOO.OOO
j early, enough to build uud equip n
big licet, and tho Stnto of New York
nlouo spends tho Immense, sum of
120,000,000 a jour In this flfiht.
Ten million people lu tho United
States today nro sufferliiR from dlf
forout forms of tuberculosis nnd will
die from tlio disease.
It was Impressed upon the teneh
erB that promiscuous and careless ex
pectoration wns the Rrentest cause of
sprond of tho disease, and that from
one-tenth tn nne-sevcnlh of all dis
eases may ho traced to tuberculosis.
,' A. plea waB made ta tho 200 teach-
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Manager Cooper of the Clnrion re
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er leached tho city Just In time to got
homo excellent bargains uud holiday
goods fur the locul tindo. Ho wan
also able to secure pin chases of linen
of goods tlmt will not ho out In tho
eastern und Sun Francisco stores un
til next spring.
The Hawaiian Iron Fence nnd
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stock of safes for tho noxt ten days
nt n great reduction. So.- tbelr ad
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