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Tho Federal Itcporler of July I'Mli
hiim of the raw sugar market:
Han Sugar. The raw market l,
llrm ami higher. Ah previously re-
t'lortcil, sellers liao refused to offer
thtflr supplies nt under the basis of
Sflfio. duty paid for PG centrlfugnls,
find. Undine themschos unable to pro-
cure any belter returns. Messrs Ar-
buckle Ilros. jestcrdny entered tlio
market, .ind took about l.r.,000 bags or less oversow, particularly on ns
Cuba n-id 1'orto lllco centrlfugnls, onl sorted orders. The underlilng sltun
tho basin of I Mr delhorrd for tlio! thin favor higher prices' as the sca-
ll'orto Mens, and SflOc cost and
freight for the Cabas, the sugar be
ing In various positions. In port, afloat,
July, and tlrst half August shipment.
Lin addition to this, probably 2r,000
Jiiigs were sold on tlio same basis.
making the total of about 200.000
b.iRB With the exception of onp or
two lot fur Jnlv shipment, this
deared tlio market of all offerings, so
that the rinsing Is linn, with the ten-
denrv In RelliMs' rnxnr. nti ilm Imulu fifi
P-l.aGc duty 'paid for DG centrifugals,!
a.SCe. duty paid for S9 Muscovadoes,' nnlnlua mills and will nlso be equip
and 3 flic duty paid for 89 monisocs I1"1 fr the manufacture of white
Cub.i.-Tkltig the amount of sugar
l.l f- .1,1 IVn, II ...Ira ,
fk,nnn . i ....... i. ..!
M.VI.VJV mill., im.tjo tuij iiiiiiT niiK.u
RiTflrat hands, so that It cut be said
that the remaining Mocks In the ls-
Stand arc mostly In strong hands, who!
aro In a nosltlon to take ndvnntnce of!
Uhc market, and hold for the higher: Tll! n""unrpraent of the nppotnt
t pi Ices that aro Justified by the actual mcnt of "r Victor 8. Clark ns chalr
Ssltuntlon. The weather continues fn-j nllin of tho Territorial Hoard of Imml-
I'linilic. Tile market abroad con-
tlnticx to lluctiiato within n narrow
jirange, and with values well held The
Juiarket closes sternly, as follows:
July Iluyers Us. 9d , equals G liTc.
t duty paid New York.
AiiRiist Duycrs 11s 10V4d, equals .
Fri.l'c duty paid Now York ! ,,on Witters-, lie lias gained a knowl-
t October-Decemher Iluyers lis r.ilecIBe of conditions obtaining In Ha
kil.. equals I 13c duty paid New York wn" an1 sources of posslblo Immlgrn-
Jnnunry-Murch Ilucrs lis fid.,,
nqunls 4 41c duty pnld New Turk
llellned Mig.ir. In siinnafliv with
iTthe higher prices In tho raw jiiiiirkt",j "
'tho Federal Sugar Kenning Company' llllo Wharf MrriiM'.
toda) uihnncod their prlco for prompt . An Important question of public pol-
shipment from 5.10c to ." lBe . nnd ley, and tho administration of the Ter
r announced that they would accept n rltorlal w banes Is Invnhed in the
fcllmltcd amount of business at o,ICp,
fifor nlilpnient within two weeks In I
rvlew of the rapidity with which pur -
I chasers tnndo early In tho month are!
i being depleted, and certainly that be-
roro long buyers will bo In need of
I stocks, tlio trade will do well to take
30-35 h. p., 4 cyl., 4 speed ami reverse, selcctivp transmission, 102
inth wheel base, 32-inch wheels all around, mORnetb and battery igni
tion. Fill' equipped with top, automatic wind shield, lamps, head-lights
nnd generator, wheel-jack and tools.
Delivered ready for use in Honolulu. Shingle, rumble or surrey seats,
making two, three or four-passenge r car.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.,
inlMiiii.iKo promptly of tln itropnslflot.
made liy Hie Federal (Hlicr refiners
aro llrm, on tlio basis of r. luc, with
Messrs ArmicKie iirotnors quoting
soft sugars at i.luc. Tor granulr.loil.
Tlio strike In the Ilavcmevor & KiJcr
refinery continues, and there does r.ot
seem to be any Immediate prospects
of tills rcllnery resuming Tlio con-
miming dcuiiitid for refined sugar Is
xery heavy, and all rentiers aro tnoro
The success that attends the man
agement of the Honolulu Iron Works
when It goes abroad In search oflius-
Iness has been further demonstrated
by the return of Manager lledenmnn
from Japan, where he secured a con-
'tract for tlio construction of an en
.tire new sugar factory for tlio MclJI
Sugar Company of I ormosn
It It stated that the new factor).
"! ho about tlio size of the Oaliu and
Rranulnted sugar for the markets of
" "! Japan
,l " " "UICWUIUIJ- IHCl mill HID COI1-
tract was secured by the local cornor-
,, , ,,
"l, "" from ,reo competitors to
"-"""" " i' " hhiiiiiiiuu.
" Immigration Chief.
gratlon to hucceed Itlchnrd hers was
made the first of tho week. Dr. Clark
Has demonstrated his fltnsss for tho
position that he will undertake upon
I his return to the Territory As enum
erator in ciiurge oi tno unwailan cen
sus mid s u special Imestlgator for
tlm Federal government In Immlgru
""" "' l" 'erruory tuat cannot but
prie aiunuie to mm as chairman of
lllc Territorial Hoard of Immigration.
problem that bus arisen in connection
with thu llllo wharf license which has
becn applied for by the llllo Kaltroad
Company It was about to bo granted
by (!oernor Frear when formal pro-
test was made, by thu Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Companj and sov-
The most popular and remarkable low-price Automobile in the
market today. It has demonstrated its superiority on Oahu roads
Very powerful and silent, easy riding and smooth running.
HHHeV ttHflVQ II lsJR. fjHMHBMBl
oral other cnrporntlnn Hint nro Inter
ested In presorting their rights ns'
frelRht handlers nt tho port of llllo
To this protest hat been ndded lhnt
of the Itlln Hoard of Trade agnlnstl
hnsty nrllon by the (liivernment The.
protests hnie had their effert and tlio
mntter Is still In nbeynnre Tho grant
ing of the llrenso In the form proposed
would establish a bad precedent, In
tho opinion of the protestnuts, as It
would place tho control of the wharf
absolutely In tho hnnds of the llllo
Iluttdlng operations on Oalni, and
especially in tho suburbs of Honolulu,
havo nqer been prosecuted to such
mi extent ns at tho present time
There nre fully forti bulldlliKS under I
construction In that part of the city j
lying cast of Mollllll. It Is a fact that:
tho new buildings aro so thick In that
growing district that tho odor from,
tlio new lumber mnkes ono think that
they aro In tho region of n saw mill
The new Mclncrny block, which Is
proposed for tho cornor of King nnd I
Ulsbop streets, Is being held up nwnlt-j
y ft' developments In tho now federal
building site It Is proposed t3 wnlt
nnd seo whnt the business needs of!
that section will bo beforo creeling nl
building that Is to cost In tho neigh-1
borhood of $100,000. Such being I lit) j
fnct It will probably bo somo tlmo bo-
fore the new building graces Iho coi
ner purchased for It.
riie StnrV- .Market.
Tho week opened up with n fairly
good showing of business In local
stocks. The slight depression of tho
week before, possibly caused by tho
pleblsclt". wns completely ov-reoine
and dealings have resumed their tii
Nothing of nn unusual linturo has
come to tho surfaco and most of tho
business of tho week lias been done
In the lesser stocks nnd
showed a tendency to mole upward If
anything. A fow of tho higher priced
stocks havo changed hands, mostly, bo
On Monday n block of fifty shares
of Kcknha enmo to tho surface and
changed hands nt 200. Tho standing
bid for this stock Is 195 but there
seems to be cry llttlo of It floating
around nt that figure. Oahu hns skip
ped around at prices from 31 50 to 32,
nnd quite n number of shares have
tnoed nt that figure.
Olaa and McHryde aro tho two
stocks that aro looked to with con
fidence and rcceled nttcntlon during
the course or the week
Tho Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Co. hns been ono of the moving stocks
during tho week, nnd has been n
money mnker for those who had the
fortutudo to purchnsc. during tho pleb
During the latter part of the week
DEMONSTRATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN
tho lonR dry spoil wns broken by n
fairly good downpour that seemed to
bo goneral throughout this Island and
In consequence the plantations are all
looking better to those who hold
shares In them.
Taking It nil In nil things nro sat
isfactory There Is no labor trouble
In sight, the prlco of sugir is good and
tho prospects nro bright for n good
About I'nrmiioii Sugar.
Tho licet Bugar (lii7etlo for July
publishes tho following.
"William l)."or, nsslslnnt superln-i
tendent of tlfo Honolulu Iron Works,
returned lecently from Formosa nnd,
tho Philippines, where he has boon
looking nrtcr business mntters for hlsi
company Mr. Dyer Is greatly lm-j
pressed with tlio future possibilities
of sugnr production In Formosa. Ho,
states that thero nro at present In
course of erection In tho Island of For-) (Continued from Pace 1)
mosn six modern sugar factories with frelRht Id bo Bhlpped at Knhulul in
capacities fanRlng from 800 to 1200 mantled better harbor facilities, nnd
tons of enno per 24 hours One or wo would be obliged to keep on lin
theso Is In reality an enlargement of proving tho harbor facilities for year?
nn existing factory that of , Ako to conic. This Is nlso true of tho
which Is being Increased to n capacity llllo hnrbor and of nil tho mnln ship
of 2,800 tons-Instead of 1,200 ns orlg- ping ports outside of Honolulu. Kach
Innlly constructed All of theso fnc- (,f the mnln shipping ports hi' tho
torlcs nro located in tho southern part islands adjoins largo areas of fertile
of tho Islands nnd nro being erected by lall(, wllcro tn t)l0 ncttr fturo l.irgo
Hrltlsh, Herman and Amerl-nn cngl- ,l!m,lintB f sugar, pineapples nnd
noers. In this particular class of ,i,,. ....ii. .in i. irn,i nli
work tho Honolulu Iron Works hns
tho advantage of experlcnco In the
Hawaiian Islands and. while tho other
mills are being erected by the cry
best engineers In the world, when It
comes to dotnll the Hawaiian com-
pany hns n great ninny advantages
ocr the others.
Next yenr Formosa will bo In n po-
sltlon to fully supply Jupan with raw iiawnitnn i.cgisiaiuro ior lourieen
sugnr This whole development has years, and during Hint time hnd moio
been made since 190C nnd Is some- or less, ns n committeeman of the
thing really remarkable. The pres- Legislature, to do with tho Improve
ent sugar consumption of Jnpan Is ments of tho Honolulu harbor, nnd
something like 200,000 tons, vhlch hnd ono point Impressed me very much
conic mostly from Jna nnd somo from Indeed, and that was, It was very tin
Peru. j fortunate Hint In early days a well
There Is no labor "situation" In considered plan of Honolulu harbor,
Formosa. Tho labor supply Is unllm- nnd future development of the same,
Ited for nil practical purposes. The had not been mado before the largo
field laorers nro mostly Chinese nnd sums of money that have from tlmo
tho remainder largely Tnliinns tho to time been appropriated for harbor
peoplo of the country. Theso lnttcr improvements and wharves had been
aro the agricultural class of Formosa expended. I renin In, joura very
nnd are of Chinese origin. Very few trul. II. P. HAI.DWIN."
Japanese nro employed ns laborers.) L
Japanese capitalists own tho factories
and railroads nnd control the situa
tion generally. The people of this
race, therefore, nro tho heads pf tho
mills, tho chemists, engineers, clerks,
managers nnd oorseers
With ono exception, thero aie no
largo holdings of enno land In For
mosa. Tho enno is purchased from
tho land owners nnd tho cost to thu
sugar factories In about half what It ll ''C" hi'iiiRht to the notlco of
costB to producu i.ho fam6 quality of the llllo public hj articles published
Hawaiian c.ino The land on whlchln the Honolulu papers of n late
" Silent as the foot of Time "
tho enno Is grown Is mainly tlco land dote, nnd von- fow people, union
and the crops are rotated with rlce.lthov hnio n direct Interest In ,thH
Tho enne usually Is planted In'Mnfrh'Vork, know that n vnluahlo nnd nl
and Is harvested from December to most excluslvo franchise Is being nsk
May The cllmnto of Formosn Is ill- ed for by this company,
tided Into strictly wet and dry sea- A t)Uc mcotB railed by
sons, the dry season extending from .... ..,,' w ihorl (lnl. nco
uecemncr to .nine, nnu tno wet rroni
Juno to November "
' ., . .... t .u.
ln tM i""""'"0" ' "" ' 'hn'
,llcro 8l,"1'1 00 ft wc" consldorcil
l,,an for tno f,,turo 'lelopmcnt of
tho "ll0 hnrbor. nnd nil tho Island
harbors, beforo any whnrvca tiro
, built; such n plan, for Instance, ns
wo havo nt Knhulul. I was In tho
"llllo Sugnr Company,
Walnaku, llllo, Hawaii,
"August 4, 1910.
"Hun. Wnltcr 1 Frear, Governor,
Tcrrlf-y of Hawaii, Honolulu
"Dear F The matter of grant
ing 1i llcente or franchise to tho
llllo llallro.id Company to construct
a whnrf In tho hnrbor of llllo, has
umntiK ,., ,-,r?z
. . ,,,,,, ,...
IIMIIV IIIV MM, nil, ,, ..v...
were uti for discussion, and tho Im
presslon given In Honolulu tint this
franchise was nlso considered Is not
correct Thero hna been Issued .
call for n public mooting to bo hold
on Saturday nt 2 p. m., to thorough,
ly consider this cry Important, mat
ter, nnd I am pleased to Rfo by to
daj'a Nows that ou will defer ac
tion until tho llllo public can hnvo
"I nni henrtll) In fu0r of grant i
Ing this fratichlko (nnd so havo In-
forlneii Mr. I A. Thurston) to the
II H. II. Co., to build this wharf for'
the rnrr.lng on of their business, but
1 am strongl) opposed to -It iinloss
there Is a clause Inserted compelling
them to build n proper public np
pfoaMi to same, whereby the public!
can hno access to It by any means
they seo lit to use. If granted with
out this tlauso hejng Inserted, the
nubile will ho completely at th"
mercy of this cnnnmii), as not a I
pound of freight or other nrtlclo can
pass over It without paying tribute
to It. !
'When this structure Is completed f
It Is reasonable to expect Hint Iho
steamers of Iho American-Hawaiian
nnd Mntson llnis will make use of
same. As tho Wllhelmlna Is becom
ing n cry popular passenger boat
between tho Islands, nnd should dis
charge and rccche Its passengers at
this wharf, these peoplo will ho com
pelled to make use of tho company's
nrB and trains, ns to time, etc., ns
no other vehlclo can get within one
eighth or ono-quartcr of a mile of
this wharf, ns thero Is no npproach
provided for tho use of tho iiubllc
"Governor, do you consider this nn
up-to-date proportion, supposing that
jou wish to tee jour wife off on tho
steamer nnd have every convenience
td get her to It In comfort? You
arc precnted fiom doing so because
the Government has granted a val
uable franchise whereb h proper
public uppronch Is not required. Then
to have Mr. Thurston tell jou thalj
If the public wanted a ro.id to build'
."The people In llllo who lino
their means Invested In drain, ox-,
presses, hacks nnd autos huo some
rights to be considered, ns well ns(
tho mill ond company, ns If they nro
not allowed to rt'ach this wharf U.I
competo for trade In ti business wny,
n large number of them will bcomo,
30-35 h. p., 4 cyl., 3 speeds and reverse; selective transmission, 112
inch wheel base, 34-inch wheels all around, magneto nnd battery igni
tion. Full equipped with top. automatio wind shield, lamps, head-lights
nnd "Pres-to-Hte" tank, wheel-jack and tools.
Delivered ready for use in Honolulu. Fivo passenger touring or 4
passenger toy tonneau body.
For eating-, drinking; and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
ItrzMrrel V. S. lVtnt Offir,
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. lins
Baker's Chocolate (unswccl
cncil), 1-2 Hi. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lh. cakes
For Sale bj Leading Oroceri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCIIHSTBR, MASS, U. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
"Tonnage Tnx. I do not seo that
tho llllo people should bo compelled
to pny n tax of (He cents per ton
on every ton Hint pnsecs over It, ns
this tnx Is not exacted in Honolulu,
on cither tho public or private
whancs. All I nsk Is to havo tho
llllo public treated on the snmo plana
ns our friends In Honolulu. Tho tax
Is not u serious matter anywny, but
all should ho treated alike.
"The editor of the Hawaii Herald
hends his article ln his pnper thus,
Would Stop Hllo Wharf,' Insinuat
ing that tho Mntson company and
the Inter-Island company would Btop
tho construction of this whnrf If they
could This Is entirely fnlso so far
aB tho MntKin company Is concern
ed, as 1 know that Captain Mntson
only nsks that a proper public np.
pioach be provided to any wharf nt
which our vessels Ho up.
"1 halo been closely ionne"tcd
wllh Captain Mnlson In this lino for
fContinuen on Paee 7.)