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All Tliltlnc members of tbt
Order are cordially Invited to
attend sncotlogi of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd And 4th
ft i vmv iv -"-"ii
K taT 7:30 P. M,
' Uinnc cuclutuci Members of
ikurriniii VVni'i.i,.- Other AlJO-
KftcnbiftLAWMAHUIL clationi cor
EARMORY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0, F.
Meets oTwjr Monday evening at
7:30 In to. O. P. Hall, Fort Street,
l ,- B. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
F' . H. McCOY. Noblo Grand,
V All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHTJ LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Frt'
Bay evening at 7:30 In K. of r. Hall,
earner Fort and Bcretanla. Vlsltlhg
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM JONKS, C. C.
J O. F. HEINE. K. R. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Wo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
..Meets every ilrst and third Thurs
days of each rsonth at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Vlsltlhg. brothers cor-
aUj Invited to attend.
w A. L. HAKIN, Sachem.
r" H. V. TODD O. of It.
ONOLULU AERIE, 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WED
NBSDAY evenings of each month at
,7:30 o'clock In K. of r. Hall, corner
Berctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are' Invited to at
k w. it. niLEY. w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 818. B. P. 0. E.
Honoklu Lodgo No. C16, n. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Drothcre are cordially
tuvlted to attend.
JAB. D. DOUaHETlTY, E. R.
GEO. T; IU.UE0BU Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODQE, NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
If.aU, cor. Fort nnd Reretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend, t H. Ai TAYLOR, C. C.
A. JACOBSON,, K. R. S. ,
: Furniture Co.
: ' Furniture
Upholstered, Remodeled and
, ' Refinlshed
' The-Right Way
j. hopp s co
Complete Office Fixtures
for .Immediate, delivery, Address P.
0; Box 207, Honolulu.
Increase of Pupils Makes
Superintendent Pops nf the school
department said (his lucrnluri In
speaking "t tho gcncnl school slim
lion that 'considerably mure money
Was iiccilcd to carry on llio work of
thr dci.irlmont than h.nl ever been
necessary In the past nnd that tho
next legislature would probably ba
asked for a lnrg"i appropriation.
Last year tho appropriation for
schools amounted lo $S7fl,000 r which
jsnj.,40 was for salaries and payroll
of tho department, and this amount
Is Inndcqiin'c to c-irry on tho work ol
tho ilcpailnicnt ns It should 'bo done,
The number of pupils of fcIiooI ago
Is constantly Increasing and additional
rtccomiliodKllnns for them art) neces
sary tb say nothing of hioro teachers
for tho Instruction.
Tho office of the superintendent Is
busy nnd will bo crowded with work
tnrll after tho legislature Is In session,
I.stllnates arc being prepared an
prospective legislators are Hording tho
omeo with loqiicsts for Information
'dally. Tliey want In know mim
things that at present cannot bo told
as tho department has no data which
can Iks supplied.
Certificates for tboso who attended
the most successful summer school
during Jul' Mid August bao been
Innile out and wore nulled today to
those who had earned f hem at the
In tho near fuluro a piln'rd copy
of tho revised mIiooI laws will be
supplied to every teiicher In the Terri
tory. The laws of ton;, bnvo been
revised In several pirlleulars at meet
ings of the school board and all these
revisions have been romplleil In ono
text wblrh will go into tho binds of
tho printer soon.
There lrf n rule of Iic dcpirtmciit
that each' teacher shall be familiar,
with tho school lawn, hut for souio
time thero havo been no copies of tho
rules nvnllabjo with which Ui supply
Harry IletiMjn, or, rather, tho
man giving that name, and who es
caped from the police louil lockup
jestcrday, shoitlj after being scu
tcnicd to one j car's Jail, had not
been recaptured up till noon today.
Ho appears to havo inado n clean
getaway for tho tlmo being, and al
though tho whole detective stuff Is
on tho hunt, nothing bus been beard
It Is thought that "llenson" Is a
"spicier" ftom Australia, and that
bo 1 wanted In i.iuro than one city
In tho antipodes. The man must
havo survejej the J,ill aid and
made up his mind to make a break
for liberty' at tho first chance. Thero
were two avenues open ono via tho
pipe route aver tho wall, und tho
other by tho roof of the kitchen.
Tho prisoner took tho lat(er and got
away clear. Ho Js without funds,
and It Is thought that ho will havo
to approach his friends and ask for
Tho fact that lie is a stranger In
town and that there nro hundreds
if mallhtnls about, renders tho nt
tempt to capture "llenson" difficult,
However, It Is thought to bo merely
a matter of time till ho Is In a cell
onco more, and thero Is no chanco
of his getting off tho Island,
Last night a Chlueso named Ah Clio,
tell fiom a Hapld Transit cir wl;lch
was going towards Kallhl and, lighting
on his head, waa rendercil unenn
hclons. Tho car was stopped at otico
nnd tho unfortunate nian picked up.
Ho npiiearcd to bo In a bad way, nnd a
hack was summoned to tako hlin to
the Queen's Ilnspltnl,
Just as tho hack reached thu Palatini
.Settlement; tho poIco patrol wagon
wan met nnd thu patient was transfer
cd to the nioro comforlnb)o vchlclo
pollen clUccr Abo Kawnlhoa did all 'he
could for the unfortumito mnn, and
took him as quickly as posslblo to thQ
hospltnl. Ah Clio was admitted for
treatment, nnd ho Is at present doing
as well as Ksslblo Internal Injuries
aro fonrcd but thero Is a hopo of re
covery .lust how tlio man fell from tho car
Is not known ami In answer to all en
quires Ah Clio lopllcs: "No snbo," It
Is suimlscd that tho Chinese attempt
ed to leav tho car whilst It was mov
ing and I lifi t bo did I ho usual tumble
Infer-latmid mid O. II & I,, shipping
books for sale at tb3 E u 1 1 o 1 1 u
' otD.ce, GOc each.
Au(ps, f 4 prr hour, l.owis Stables.
llellicl St. Hark Stand, l'liunc 11.V.1.
Try a enso of Plncctar. It Is pure,
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Dcst at -The Encore,
A new stunt every day at tho An
chor Saloon, Nuunnu nnd King,
It you want's good Job dona on nn
auto or carringo take It to Hawaiian
Carriage 'Mfg. Co.. 417 Queen St.
Pay cash anif.ask for green stamps.
They're freo. Call nt the show rooms
and .seo what you 'get frco for
For distilled water. Hire's AOot
tleer ami' all other popular drinks.
Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Association Football League will bo
held at the Thistle Club on Thursday
YOU won't find n better lunch In tho
city than that served at tho Criterion.
And as much as )ou want goes with
our glass nMiccr.
The Woman's Clulld of St. Clem
cut's church will bold Its regular
moithly meeting this nftcrnoon at 3
o'cloik In the parish houbc.
Remember that tho French laun
dry, J. Almdle, Prop., lias but one of
fice and that Is at 777 King street.
I, The tclciihnnn number Is Mm.
The nssanlt nnd hitlcry caso
Altoro Sera was dropped this morning
at I ho police court im thero was not
sulUclcnt ovldcnco to convict.
It Is stated that -Theodora Worca,
fho artist, will return hero shortly
with morci commissions for pictures
fo ho painted from Island scenes.
A Christmas gift Is sn much more
nccopt.-iblo when prettily dono up.
Uoxcs, tlssuo paper and stickers nt
tho Hawaiian Nows Co, Alex. Young
Fied W. Mllverton, assistant city
nnd county attorney, returned today
fiom Hnwatl by the Miiuna I.oa. Ho
lias lit en In West Hawaii on profes
Tho Honolulu Construction nnd
Drnjlng Co, Ltd., aro prepared to en
ter Into contracts for construction
vvork"nnd for teaming and traction cn
glrtn hauling nnd plowing.
Suit for the recovery of $I30 has
been commenced hv tho Territory
ngalust Kaplolanl .Ehtuto for rent duo
on land of Knuinoi, Plllmol nnd Pu
ahla upon which only f 1 10 hxvo bon
paid In ten jcars, the early rental
Court today ordered Ilfuce Cart
wrlght, Sr,, and Cecil ljiown as trut
teen to convey In Anastasla McDowell
ctrtnln land on Nuiianii avenuo, and to
Hong Quon certain ndjululng laud.
Ilrst tract conixscd 70R0 sipiaro feet
and tho second 1320 fcot.
flovernor Krcar has iccelvcil frrTni
Wnkhlngton tho proof of Ida nnnint
reMiit which bo will correct and ro
turn for urlnlhiR, With tho proof
cnnie tho request for an abstract of
1,500 words which will be used by Sec
l clary of tho Interior In his rcjiort to
Motion for a directed verdict In tho
enso of Mlsakl ngaliibt Honolulu Rapid
Transit nnd Land Company was de
nied today alter the rase for tho plain
tiff had been presented, tho presenta
tion being dnno In four hours j ester-
day nnil today. The ease has b'en
continued until tomorrow morning.
Judgo Whitney Is bringing his court
Into session early theso days for to I
ho Iiriran holiHiiir n Koaslon nt i
eight o'clock In tho morning nnd will
con 1 1 nun opening at this hour for a
lllil; at least. This In lugs wmo nf tho
Jurors who llvo out of town fiom their
beds at ai early hour In order to bo
Th nrtcrnoon the Hoard of Health
Is holding lis regular meeting lrf tho
ofllcu of Picsldcnl Mott-Smltli.
. Dlds werp opened ttilu morning at
llio offlco'o'f the Depot Quartermaster
for tho constriicMon of 000 foe! of road
at Fo'rt Shatter, Tho tenders will' bo
forwarded to Washington for tho
PARTY' OAiTTIES ' ' '
UP LOCAL DEMOCRATS
Tlip Democratic campaign sheet, a
Tourpagd affair, made lis appcarauco
at noon today. It was distributed fieo
fiom campaign headquarters.
"Tho Democrat," ns tho paper fs
known, Is devoted purely to campaign
Issues, no news doing published. Tlip
particular point n Interest In tho first
Issue Is tharlho paper tics up tho en
tiro ticket and' Immigration question
lies ond denial. Col. McCarthy, tho novv
county campaign manager, has declar
ed that the. Irafnlgrntlon question
should not bo brought Into tho local
fight, but the Democratic paper Itself,
tho ofllclal and nnnnimcod organ ot
tho party, docs this very thing unmis
takably n Its columns. It publishes
a two-column editorial on tho Immigra
tion question) decjarcs'lt tho main Is
sue nnd ends with nh' appeal to voto
tho Democratic ticket,
2185 H'jtorliil, moms 3250
business plllic. TlirhC lire lite Iclc
phono im tubers nf lhe.ll it 1 1 ot I n.
ST00K BOOK CI0SED,
The stbek bonk of the Pioneer Mill i
Co., V.td.. will bo closed to transfer.!
fiom October 20 to November 1.
1!MU, uotn nates iuciiisivo,
(S ) V PFOTIlNIIAHnit,
Treasurer, Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
City Transfer Co.
4 . I M , .
' ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAOE EIGHT.
MATSON STEAMERS WILL INCLUDE
r - .'I
ENTERPRISE GIVEN PROMPT DISPATCH WITHOUT HITCH.
MEXICAN BROUGHT RECORD NEW YORK CARGO
BRITISH BARK SIGHTED MAUNA KEA SAILS AND
MAUNA L0A ARRIVES.
Tho call of the .Matson Navigation
steamer Enterprise at the poit or M.i-
1...1 . -.. .. ...
iiunuii.i mr II Mlipnil'lll III Mli;-Ir II.1H
piovcl entirely satlsMcloiy to tho lo-
cal agents Tor that Hue.
Chailcs Peterson, Siipcrliilcndciit tor
tho Matson lino at Hllo made a flj lug
. , , ."
visit to Honolulu this morning. 116
arrived at an earlj hour bj tho Nona
and Knn liner Maim i Liu nil.) ntilin-
eil to the Crescent CI y as a passenger
tho Mnuiia Uea leaving this port
nt ten o'clock
Supcrlntendnit IVtciinn stiles that
the Kntciprlse Is the flr luge trans
P.iclllc btcamer to c- ill at Mahiikona.
Hcietoroio It has been (onsldcied u
fcomewhat rk pi-oceilute to attempt
to bring, u l-irgu stniu-r within load
lug dis'nncc or M.thukoim and Mich
sugar as has been ctpoiled by vessels
other titan Hie Int' i Island steamers
has been sh'pped by luficpicnt sailing
Six hutidrcd tons ot sugar was trans
ferred from (ho wni chouses at Malm
konj to tho bold of llu Knlerprlso.
Tlio shipment Included StO" bigs and
It is Intended for tho Western Ileflli-
eiy. Tlio KtUcrprlso sallol from Illlo
on Sunday morning nnd It was diirlir;
Ih-it day Hint tlio grntt bulk or the
sugar was loaded Into the Matson ves
icl. Owing to n very pionipt dliipatch
Jbo Kn'erprlso was nblo lo sail from
Mnliukona on Monday afternoon, tbn
vessel pioccedlng dlrct lo San Fran
The nrriclalH connecled vvilh thr lo-
c-il olllre of the Matron lino aro high
ly pleased over the i-rult of Hip Initial
call of their sleninern at a ort here-
loforo belloved to havo been barred
to steaineis of largo tonnage. The
fact Hint thero wna no hitch In tlio
proceeding from Hip time of arrival
until departuio la also a matter of
Morton May Command Mongolia,
It Is expected that with (ho Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia fium San Fran
cisco on noxt Monday morning, will
bo found Captain II. K. Morton luck
nt I'1' "''I familiar station on tho
" '""" nii t.ih nuiniinii.ii
to Icavo tho coast ort at noon today
Khr Is duo hcip at nil early hour on
Monday with genoral cargo and pas'
fcongers It Is understood that Ollfcer
Kilt who whs placed In tumiwirary
command of tho Mongolia will bo re.
turned lo his old run In tho Panama
Mlatourlan November 6th,
According to advices received at tho
agency of llio'Alncrlc-in Hawaiian lino
tho freighter Missourlsn should arrive
hero on or about November Kill. Tho
vrowl Is srheiluloil to sill from Soat
Ho for Honolulu direct on Friday. This
vessel will bo rollowed by tho htcamer
Columbian sailing from Sound isirts
on November 9lh.
i Itrlnglng whAt Ih declared to bo tho
largest bingio cargo iranstuppcii nt
Ssllna Crut, tho Amorlcan-llnvvullnu
freighter Mexican Is, 'now at tho rail
way wharf dlscliarglng approximately
threo thousand tons of freight.
Tlio Mexican nrrlvcd nt tho port
shortly lieforn two o'clock yesterday
nflernoon, Tho vessel met with con
siderable rough weather In sti-amlng
down from Hcattlo and Tacoma, Her
ni rival wiis awaited wl'h mmo than
passing Inlerest owing to tho consign
ment of onn bundled and foity-s-wn
sacks of mainland mall brought to
Honolulu, Paget Sound papcis under
dato of (Jctobcr 13th weio iJso io
New York cargo whrli left tho At
lantic sfabo.ird on Hoptembttr 4th by
llio freighter Orogonlun arrlvcil at Ho
nolulu yosterday. Captain Tnploy ie
ports sighting u four-masted llrlllsli
ubarkt a few days after dealing tho
capes, Ho was unable (o mako oujl
the vessel's imnte.
A careful pemch under t)ib auspices
of the cus'oms was made on tmard
i tho Mexlcin )estrrday aftcinoon.
Tho ofllrliils weio on (lie still hunt
n,i a vc
, squad of riislonis men
kpd nutnber of sailors from
llin llulleil States levonue cutter Tho-
Its boarded tic Muxlean almost Imtno
itlately following tlio fastening of her
They lagged tho ship
(Jas. 11, LovoJ,
A PORT OF CALL
Irom duck to keelson but It Is repotted
"liU ",0 H'.ttch proicil frullloss.
Tho Mexican Is to bo gl en a iiromnt
,11.,,,-,. l. ,. i.i. , ' . "
illspplili, taking on a consignment or
r!ncjpp.H. mid ' somo Hiigar n't this
Hirt uinl then proceed 'to tho Pacific
, . . '. . f ., .
Lewis Arrived at Portland.
AllUc(,3 ri.rvUc, hero iinnounco tho
nllVI1, lf l0 Aiiierlciu ship William
T cttht .,, Vmlimi. Oirgon. tho ves-
,,,, lirii..i111. lhc, ,ry ,... T,.
,.ewla ,,,.,, ,,, Ka,,ulll, on 0ctol)Cr
Per stmr. Manna K-n, for Hllo nnd
way poets, Oct :!.. Wong Im, C II,
Akana, A F. ltleggor. Mrs. II Mist,
.1. II. Rentier)', T. II, Drown, Mrs. II.
Thompson, L. Klngslcy, Mrs, A. Tra
vel, .!, W. Holland, C A. Sake, Mrs.
.1. (I. Pratt, John Octor, Julian Moll
Per stmr. Mlkibat.i, for Maui nnd
Molokal portK. Oil. 25. (ico. II. Varlo.
Per slmr, Klnaii, for Kami I ports,
Oct. 25.-0. P. Wilcox. Uev. 1..
Kroll, Mis. W. F. Hall, W. Schil
ling. I'er htmr. Clniidlne, for Hawaii and
Maul ports. Oct. 2S. II. W. M. Mist,
Per Etnir. Mauna I.a, for Koiia
and Kim ports, Oct. 28. Mrs. S)l
v ester, V. !'. Frost, Miss Kenrd.
Per slmr. Klniiii, for Kauai ports,
Nov.-1 Mrs. II. 1). Wlsbard, (1. P.
Wilcox, II. V. Itlce. Mrs. nice, 0. II.
Horgaard. ltcv. U Kioll, Mrs. F.
Hall, J. P. Cooke, Miss N. Itobblns,
Mrs. Sutmnn, W. Schilling, J. II, Ilolo.
Per S. S. Sierra for San Francisco,
Nov. 2 Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffmann, Mrs.
II. S. Paa-melcc, Mrs, II. Hugbos, Mrs.
It. L. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Chns.
Stouart, Fred C. Smith, I). U With
Ington, (J. A. Wood, T. H. Martin, Mrs,
It. A. Dow, Mr. Fragile, Miss (Iras,
Mrs. It. A. Small, Miss Field, Miss
Mointt. MrH. Fnrsterano, Mrs. Mul
len, Mrs, James W. W. tlrowstcr and
child. Mrs. Klrkliuid, Mrs. Davis,
I.t. II. II Itoblnson, Mrs. J. Klrkland,
Mrs. S. N. Ilrooks, Mr and Mrs.K.
Hill, Mrs. Hendry. .Miss M. Fltzgernbl.
Mra. Dornli It. Wli-aton. Mrs, W. (I.
Athley, J. S. Soper, Mlss'lllcrlns, Mrs.
M. Hand, Miss M. H. Uartcl, M.
FrIquy, Miss (I rue
1 '. IN FOREIGN PORT
Tiicsday, October -'.'.
SYDNIIV- -Sailed Oct, 2lt S. 8. Zen-
lanilla, for Honolulu
SAN FUANCISCO- Sallod Oct. 21: 2
p. in., S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu
MAI I HKONA Sailed October 21: S,
S. Kntorprlse, for San Francisco.
Captain Colcord, who for synio tllno
phst bus been In command of tlio Amo-riciiu-Hawallnti
and who was gi anted n le.ivo of ab
senco has been given llio cominaiid of
llio now A.-II. passengor mil fi eight
At least Ciiptulii Cnlci.nl will bo
found on llio brldgn und In command
of Hint vessel iih slio steams over tho
thousands of tulles Hint now .separata
hep from San Francisco,
Tho llonoliilnn has left Hio shl
yanbi of tho Maryland Steel Company
and Ib now unroutu to tho west cbust
ot tho United States.
Immediately upon arrival nt tho Pa
cific coast port, tho Hniiululaii will bo
mndo icndy tor her Initial dip to Ho
This vestel Is llio latest addition to
Hie large American. Hawaiian licet ami
sho has accommodations for forty five
In preparation for diluting to a lim
ited extent, Into the passenger bust
n ss. Hie tneilenn-llaw-allan dlteclors
nro said lo hnv'o undo fieo iim of
iiione) In llm ilriangpuieut of (he slate-
room which ate clnltned to have Iron
titled up In fine style,
. .Iltiflfld, W&l. lf
Fall mi uitiz via Hnn i-ranclsc
Seattle .Mexican, A.-lf. S. S., 2
I uesoay, uci, dj.
Kona and Kati jiorts Mauna
etnir., n. in, f
Monday, Oct. 24.
Kauai ports Nllhdii, stmr., 5 p. nit
Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Hllo via way poits Mnuna Kca,
stmr,, 10 a. m,
MnliukiAin and Kawalhac Vallele',
:: :: n i: it tt :t :: u n n it n tt st it
This morning nt tho pollco court
Judgo Wiulo Warren Tha)cr sat on
Hie bench, but ho did not havo much
to do, as -most of tho casos went over
till later on in tlio week, Ills Honor
bad otic mutter to attract his at I en
Hon. however, nnd that was tho caso
In which a I'm to Illc.ui, whoso nam
Is alleged lo be Juan It I vera. Is con
cerned. Tho man was arrested und (.hnrgol
wlHj ,an offense that, called for a Hglit
Lenience. I Judgo Alidfadb '0crdoy
sentenced the mnn to ono month's JaJI
but, on being informed of tho fuel
that "Itlvcra" was n well known crim
inal who had hcrvCd many years In
Jill,slho Judge annulled tho'scntenco
and said ho would look Into tho man's
record. This was done, and special
ofllcer Mlnnovlllo discovered that Hi
ve ni had, under different names, serv
ed n long tlmo In prison. Tho man's
photograph In prison gaib was produc
ed, and his record of convictions, for
crimes ranging from petty larceny to
burglary, read out In court.
Judgo Thayer was at sen on tfio
mutter, and ho took the matter under
advisement, ns Ijo did not know whero
ho stood as regards tho sentenco of
one mouth which Judgo Aiulrndo had
Inflicted, nnd then annulled yesterday.
Itlvcra will hoar tho decision tomor
row and till then he has time to think
ovcrliow his luck stands on the pro
position. THIS MACHINE DOES
EVERYTHING BUT TALK
Now Typesetting Machine
That Is On Exhibition
In New Yoik.
There la now being exhibited In
New York n new multltypo typeset
ting machine that has aroused com
ment of printers throughout the
country. It Is n tycscltlng nnd
typecasting machine, which casts' and
fcts any stylo of typo ffoin r to 42
point, dollveilng tho mutter direct In
to tho.gnllcy, and attains speed never
, Tlio mnchljio Is so Ingenious In Its
work nnd construction that It appears
to do Its work guided by its own
thinking powers, According to ex
perts In thu printing trade, this new
Multltypo Is bound to revolutionize
tho work ol typesetting, not only In
tho great newspaper plants, but nlso
In tlio printing or books nnd mag
azines nnd In Job printing ofllcos.
Mr. Allen A, Canton, who Is the In
ventor or tho Mtiltltypc, has porreci
eil many devices In tho mechanical
and electrical flold Tho mitltlplo con'
trol system used in tlio control' of
electric trains on th'o trolley lines he-'
tween Milwaukee and Wnukcsha,'
Wis., Is his Invention, Tho motor'
controls and starters used on tho
largo motors In tho big steel mills
generally throughout tho country aro
bis inventions, nnd also tho automatic
telephone qxchango systems owned by
tho Dell Telephone Company inter
Mr Cnntrm Ims placed many labor
saving dovlces pn his Multltype ma
chlno that will bo greatly appreciated
by' tho operators of thoso'inachlnes.'
HEAL. ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.'
Entered for Record, October 24, 1910,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Mary .1 II Macdonald and ns (Idn
to Uraco Pilgrim D
I Miihlal Knncakiia und wf lo Trent
TiW Co Ltd 1)
N K Piikul et nl to Clint Den lice .1,
Mclo Kaiilaupii) ami hsl. Id David
.1 It Daggett ot nl to .1 F Child j ct sllD
ICIIzabotb flycroft In John Kapiiklnl.l)
15 Colt Hobron and wf to" .Inn M" "
Sass and wf '. ,1)
Entered for Record,' October ZS, 1910;
from 9 a. mto 10:3 a. m.
von Ilaintii'Young Co Ltd tt W F
vou Hatnm-Yoting Co Ltd to Henry
T Hughes ot nl Itcl
Henry T Hiiglics'ct al to von Hamm-
Young Co Ltd OM
Chas W nooth lo J Alfred Magoon .
J Ii Illnlsijoll ct ul by Tr lo Mrs It
I .Minimi wltel
Ko-Smul to Paul Pn"a 1)
Maraoa II Kealn and hsb.to Joanna-
II King .' ..D
M K Koaluwaa and wf to Jcnnno II
King , D
nwnl nnd' lisb to fldn Kst of Mrs-
I'V Kaaewaoliau i M
Mary Hal and lu.li lo O D Lifkln Tr M.
John Knukallii and wf to William It
Prospects for Large European
Beet Croare Goorf
JavaCargqcs Enroutc. x-
Undir' dato of October '7 tho Fed
eral ltcportcr tajs of tho sugar
The tact that tho market abroad
held steady, and thero "was no mn'i
sugar offered here on the basin of
last sale, I. c 3.9Dc duty paid, re
sulted In rathcr-imorc confidence on
tho part cj sailers, nnd jcslcrday
mornng thero was no sugar offered
at under 1.0,1c duty paid for 9G
degreo test, although it was gener
ally thought that n bid ot I.OQc
might result In business.' In fact,
rumor has It that during tho Inst
few da) 8 Ki.OOO'bags to 25,000 hug
sugar, from store, have been qukll?
sold, on the basis of 1. 00c duty pal.l
for 90 degrco centrifugals, and It is
generally conccdod that some sugau
during tho week has been sold at
this flgi)-.'', but no nctual details can
be learned at this writing, A cargo '
of Jans per S. S'. Fltzprilrlck, duo
tri,nfri.vefwrly"mt(jWeck. at tho
Delawaro Ilrcakwa'tcf,v,-js sold )cs
tcrday to Messrs. Arbuckfo llrollicra
at 10s 'I l-2d c. I. f., the .cnnlvalent
of .l.snc duty pnld. As (his morn
ing's Kuropemi cablo wasj'wcnk, anil
tho Java quotation, In l-otdnn shovv
il'U Vtecllnn of 3d,1 thcrej'ls now ,n
decidedly easier lone to our mar
KctKund a good lino of sugar Is of
fered, on the basis of 4.00c duty
paid for 9C-degrco test, ' nnd un
doubtedly sumo sellers would be
Willing to nccopt 3.9.'c. for 9G-dcgrco
test, If tho bid was made. There aro
two moro Javn cargoes duo next
week, that aro unsold.- Ono or theso
Is offered today nt 10s 6d cost and
freight, the equivalent of 1.08c duty
paid, and It Is probable that a bid ot
10s I l-2d would result In business.
,t tho moment, however, refiners nro
nut d Ik posed to make bids, Tho
closing Is rather flat, on tho basis
of tho siot quotation of 3.9,rp duty
paid for tiG-dcgreo centrifugals.
3.ISc duty paid for 89.dcgreo Mus
covadocs, nnd 3.2pc duty, paid for
89-degrco molasses sugar J. Tho
world's visible supply is 1,020.000
tons, ns compared with KBO.boo tons
I.iit year. . Mfissrs. Wlllclt & Oray
figure the total stocks and nfloats na
1,039,311 tons, nn lucrcnso of 39.
I7S tons over last year. Tho esti
mated afloats to tho United Stntcrt
total 182,000 tons, against lf.ri.nn!)
Ions a )enr ago. Th'o stocks in thn
United StSites and Cuba together ar
202,3)1 tons, an Incrcaso of 1(1,178
toii3 from last year.
Thoro Is nothing, of Interest to
icporU Tho weather continues vcr)
favorable for tho- growing crop.
' Tho most Importnnt news has
been Otto Llcht's cable received to
day, estimating tho Ktirop'cnn beot
crop at 7,350.000 tons. This Is" an
Increase! nf 3.10,000 tons from hin
early estimate, F. O. Llcht wlrca
us tliat the weather Is mostly very
ravorablo for growing beets. All
this news, of cpurro, points to n
very Inrgc beet crop during tho com
'lug campaign, nnd Is reflected In
prices, thv market closing Hat to
day, as follows:
October lm)crs 9s 9 1-td, equals
l.Ot'c duty paid New York.
November buyors 9s 8 3-td. equali
'l. 03c duty paid New York.
January-March bujers 9s-10 l-2d,
equals 4.07c duty paid New York.
May buers 10s 0 l-3d, equals
1,1 2c duty paid New York.
, Since tho 3d, four cargoes, amount
ing to about 24,000 tons, havo bceiii
'sold on tho basis of 10s 4 l-2d c. I.
f., tho equlvalont of 3.9ric duty pnld
'for 9C-dcgreo test. Threo wcro pur
chased bV tho American Sugar Ito.
'filling Company, and ono by Messrs.
It Is now reported that very few
shipments. of Michigan beets will be
mado beforo tho 20th October, so
that It will bo close to tho first of
Novomber boforo, l.iiyers begin to get
delivery of theso unguis, In any
On tho 5th Inst. nl refiners re
ducol prices (Wo points, to tho buBls
of liOOo, cash less 1 por cent., f. o.
f. Now York for sraniilatcd. TBI no
tthon thero lius been no further
change. The trndo aro operating
on a strictly hand to mouth basis,
hut- the volumo continues 'fairly sat
Isfnctory. Tho Fedoru'l -Sugar He
fining Company is In a position to
make prompt shipment on nil grades,
with the exception of 5-pound bags
nnd 2.1-1)01111(1 bags. On theso there
Is about threo to five days' delay,
SAN FllANCISCO, pet. 11. Homo.
lck In tho Arctic, several pf tho crew
of tho whaler Lettltla throw (.ho har
poon guns overboard, and, ' though
pliocd In Irons, succeeded In tcrmlnat-
dug the .vessel's cruise. The Lettltla
nruusl horo today with .ir.O barrels
of oil nun 4,700 iiqimds nt whalebone,
nil ol which vvns taken within sixteen
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