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r.VEKlN'O nUM.r.T!N, HONOLULU, T. II, SATtinDAV, OCT. 29, 1M6.
"It BUSINESS CIRCLES
' n'! Oon'i Icpnw nnythlng ntout tho
r Thla afntnuinnt .mntln
4V rJtlr lil' m (tin Jff At-W IflPnnlw Iii(apau). '
ffl " IlMpJ'.i " ' "-
huh. 111Q Rtntn or
od tin Ait ci
cm nro nuking 10s 4l4tl, c. I. 'A' 11 Is
I claimed that 10s I'jiI could ta sccur-
liirlnir thn cd. hut whether nr not this ls. true
rlargoly lulcroRl-J nt Uiojcloro In somewhat ioUl)lhil
Mionxi .sugars nro onon-u w o,iv
(fir sugar bust-
n'ji wlip innxHiAJ'rpiifclil
ttutljurlty'. fJ,iil '
HibcctiillotiB of niOBt nil O10 foro-'
rnslbmi Iimh been upset. Tl writer'
.and IbV Phi
ulthoutrMlndlni' Lovers, mid tint cloa1-
Ing hj inlet, with biiyerH nnd fculprj.;rl,IMlipillc, ,,,,,,
hulillHeJiair, nnd tho spot quatnilbn 09 . , ,.
thu ffiSf. of 3 OOc duty P..I.1 lor DO .
tly 11 loiter from it Wnll
Interested III Hawaii, Cuba
and thv I'lilllnultiLH .mill iiiir iroi.rfrtillv
5 ,c.lnsRil ns 01.0 01 tho best JuJuoh of
"" hugdr Niiarkot conditions. Ho refused
-to offur nny lUUnlto statements re-
'" '- 4f.irdlliB the future utiRiir market, nnd
what Intimations of possibilities ho did
mike, afl went nstrny beforu tho lot-
tcr rcirhcu Honolulu.
i'(JtjjflworiU, tho best of thorn
nrouWJjrtriojrljr'' on account of tho
oxVc1iftolrMly"lnrgo crop of European
n ti 1 1 0 1 1 it's prediction of
tlircc-nnd-iine-hulf .cent sugar has o
cry Indication of being realized 80011
rlllmu'w.sltifttl6lpiilod, when tho nd-
Hint Invostmcnta based
1 that r.ito'i.
or raw sugar would bo
Jleadjusttnoiit of T)l(lilcnil. ,
I u As rtltf sltu-illon lobks"lioSv, It would
not bo surprising If on or about tho
fJrst or tHeJItcv. ycitr there ttouhf be
' f'l'a orlwpl; rndJuslWc'$'t 'Aft'.in)gnr cor-
' wl.iorlUr.if &tlUiiloiuW HinU .Ihicar stock
prices based on tho piospetts for (liu)
coming campaign. It may bo nccept
' ' "' cd ns certain that no extras Will 'tin
tt jf contlnuetliipit jcir, nnd noijurprlso
need bo. occasioned If thorn Is a reduc
tlon.otvdlvldbiids In some Instances..
".,,, .Unless .soinetlitng very unexpected
u v 'hnnJicnsM (AVHII Is hooked for a period
of low Riitjarr prices and reduced divi
dends MJjl'T. ' t
As ur York Sees J I.
'Tlin rn fntif rF flin cuitvtli inn.bnl na
V ' 'iy W rhorcdoral lteportcr under
"- SAW Hit bet 'ir follows: ,
w" -Wo' murkk 'lias been quiet but
steady, nnd no. business reported until
yesterday, when Messrs. II. II. Howell,
Eonl&l Co' bought tT,300 tons JaNas.'per
S. SVDruruKQlthr,' duo to nrr'Uo next
week, nt lOi mil, c. I. ft basis 38 dog ,
thlMiurlly ot felly 3,36c, duty paid
Tsr,! n cargo of Jnns now at tho
liclawaro Ilroakwaior, for which sell-
dog. Contrlfugiits, 3,4Uc duty paid for
83 ilcg MuBcovndocs, nnd 3 lr.c duty
paid for H'J deg. .Molasses Sugars Tho
world'o lslblo supply Is 340,000 tons,
ns compared with S.lO.OOp tons' 11 year
iiri) Messrs. WHIctt &. Gray ostlmato
tho total stocks mid ulloats together
as showllig a vlallilo supply of 983,933
tons, an Incroaso of 40,120 ton's from
lust year. Stocks In (ho United States
and Cuba together nro 19S.93S tons,
an Incroaso of M.ir.G tons from last
car. Kstluinted nlloats tp tho tin) ted
Stales total 150,000 tons, against 151,-
000 tons Inst )oar. '
Thoro Is uotlilng now In tho slluil.
Hon, Thero Is a cablo reporting a
hurricane passing oor the, Islo of
Pines, but nothing to Indicate that nn
daiiiago has lieen dotio to tho cane
cioii In Cuba. Tho. wdather of lato
'lihs,boon cry favorablo for tho grow-
ing ennes. uiimas csumato or the
tofaT .production to October 1 Is 1,
ifllcro In pcry Indication that tho
jvcathei aluoad during September nnd
Ocobor' has been exceptionally lino
IImiim !' Il.i t.
The Michigan rellnerK will tinilo.iht
idly begin milking shipments next
All prices and inarkit conditions re
main unchanged, with tho Federal
Sugar Tiffining Company and the V.
J Mcl'nhan Sugar Itollnlng Company
quoting 4 90c, rush liss 1 per cent for
granulated, and the other refiners
ilnmlng 4 li'c ns tin lr lowest biisls
uyirsiiintlnun to oprnto on a
ftrlqtly hand to mouth basis, nnd
thero Is bh 11 uio.lerato (1.110 demand.
lino tho dlveisllleil or
minor Imlustilci nro enjoying a sea
son of prc'si ift prosperity and vory ilt
tractle prospects. Thu plnenpplo
pack till, year Is larger than ever be
foio and It U practically till Bold This
ID a most unusual condition for tho
jocat plncapplu growers, who wero
very much afraid that they would
hao tho world's markets oer
stocked. Tor tho llrst time In many
cars Hawaii's surplus canned pine
lipplo jtitock has been taken up and
tho ntUt season will start with this
ycnr'scrop cleared from tho mnrkct.
Hawaii's .pineapple growers and
ennners hao prollted Jlrst from tho
jirotectlio tin Iff that his practical!)
Shut out tho Singapore, pine They
liac also been helped by tho cold
weather thta hit tho fruit crop of the
middle west. As a matter of fact tho
situation Is such that this Territory
practically supplies tho mainland
"market nnd has tho Holds with which
to keep pace with tho Increased con
sumption. Tho plncapplo men linxti been de-
eloping a European market with
Owing to tho reduction rff prices
made during tho period when plneap-
for maturing beets, n. O. Llcht wlre3 pies were a glut on tho market, tho
us today. Increasing Ms ostlmato for
Oormany to 2175,000 tons, as compar
ed with his previous-istimato of 2,
Xri0,000 toils At tho same tlmo Mr.
Otto I.Iclit dnblos Increasing his ostl
mato for Germany to 2.SO.O0O toni,
or 110,000 tons more than his previous
estimate. On this basis Otto I.kht's
cstlmnto for all Kuropo would bo ",
4 GO tons Tho closing quotation show-t
llttlo change, with tho market dull 011
tho following basis:
October buydrS 3s rill, equals 3 fJ9c
duty paid Now Y01U.
Nocmber bujera 9s BUd, cqunls
413So duty paid Now York.
January-March buyers 9s 7id,
oqals 4 01c duty paid Now York.
May buyers 9, 3Vid, equals 4 0Cc
duty paid New Yotk. ,
Thero Is nothing new to report
prices for the utnnihrd gradei arn not
Biich as to give n great piollt, but the
plncapplo grower who has been sell
ing his product nt twenty dollars a
ton has dono mighty well.
been nbsorbed by 11 fruit packlnn trust
thu receives orders from Hun Krali-
clico, Chlcngo or New York This
will be it new seiisutloli as tin. pedple
of thu Territory halo hitherto been
proud of tho fact Hint they have kept
tho control of their Industries within
the Territory. The tJugnY Trust, big
nnd powerlut as It Is, has never taken
11 linnll In running the plantations, as
the fruiUpacklng trusts may now do
In tlijmanYge&iont of thu plnenpplo
Promoters nnd workers In tlip to-
bucco Industry aro also quite cheer
ful over tho outlook, Kona seems an
Ideal place for growing a llrst class
tobacco loaf, and tho only serious
problem, now apparent, Is the curing
and preparation for market A re
port on the leaf of tho Kona Tobacco
Company recently reiMved from the
east was that tho experts clussid th
leaf as good .or better than the Humat-
ra or Florida leaf.
Mr. Daniels, a tobacco expert, ar
rived by tho Slorrn and left Immedi
ately for lonn, where ho will take
charge of. the preparation of this
years larger crop for the market Mr.
Daniels previous to coming to tho In
lands visited tobacco sellers nnd man
ufacturers,, He knows what they
want. Ho will have charge of sort
ing and pricking this year's crop nnd
ho will then proceed with It to thb
market On 'the result of this work
much of tho future of the Kona to
bacco enterprise will depend
Pineapple nnd Trust.
Ono of tho Interesting developments
of tho week Is the announcement
mado through tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n that
the, famous Armour Interests nro look
ing toward Hawaii with n lcw to se
curing control of ono of tho largo
canneries nnd the Holds from which
to obtain n permanent supply 'of
Vlncc. This calls to mind tho fact
that tho plnenpplo Industry of these
Islands Is now practically under the
control of capitalists outside tho Tcr
lltory. It Is liofat all Impossible for
Hawaii to wake up some lino morning
and find that all Its canneries hr.ve
Hd Pollltz, tho San Francisco brok
er, will nrrlvo-ln town by the Wilhel'
lulnn. Ho comes on one of his regu
lar trips, and will no doubt Incident
ally look Into tho great project of J,
T. McCrosson for carrying wuter trf
tho Kan district ;
Contractors who tiled a protest
against the bid of tho Kalinin I rail-
load I if connection with tho bid or
tho construction of tho Kuhulul break"
water, liavo withdrawn their oil
tho proposition might cuno a delay
In forwarding the improvement of thu
Pierce Arrow CJr
n ' 1 in
. Mt on1 iDWWy 'pw
V i .'- irf.rVV?.T.y.ry(-xwiiTraKVTli I "r - V"t
, -. I 4 . .
4&-6 Gyl. On Exhibition at out Sales Rdciiti
'. HliOyl. On Hiiihitio r .
Admiral Hollyday hns,c tiled int
tenders for 'dredging nt tho naval sta
tion at Honolulu,
opened1 In 'Unshli
, the samo to
J"io hundred shares of llamakuu
Mill stock woro sold this week by
beneficiaries of tiio Notley estato to
Tlico II. Davies & Co. Tho prk'o is
given as $ 200 per sharo net.
nJi J'Ik - ikicsuAric-riBi a
.i iir v
, 1 .1
Tlie Buud Xuldmatic Gas '
'Wat'er-Ueater is different
' essentially better than all other "Water-heaters. , The
J!Jaha am r v mamaiivaaJ Vfc v4-4 y w v 4- wx !- jn4 Trrfv tyt
NWt ife-f -. - :,4.A :, ii.4. -- - I
Xiuauic 4-va inmu.u3 an iucui uji yyaici ow vic-t,
iLMdii'tJit begin and endjit the faucet ? The
ITT TTTk. AnfrMVfir Clo.
lhs dbnosj'ust this, it has 'reduced tho hot! water 'problem -tb a
' -Turn nf- Ti fnnrnf if's ns msv in rfpf clenminrf tint iiriffr nmv
as cold water you don't go near the Ruud itself J
you don't have to strike even a match. ""
The'Ruud differs from ordinary water-heaters'
in efficiency it is independent o ,the kitchen
range a luxury in summer time stands in your
basement self-operating and' safe, i
Finally, there's a difference in the hot wafer
never "lukewarm," but always, heated fo a
fixed temperature predetermined by yourself
and' the water is fresh, taken clear dnd cold from
water-heater or to put up longer with .tho vexa-1
tions of the old one. Study this mechanical
masterpiece at close range. Investigate NOW.
HONOLULU GAS CO.
Comer Alakea and Bere'.anla Streets
Walling For KlerlIon,
General business is reported ns I
rather dull micl'iiho election excite
ment Is glveii''as the reason for It".
Within tllo'tiext two weeks the ctorcs
will begin to Show tho udvnnco Inter
est in the holiday season, whl;li will
begin early and probably bo a locord
Ocnoral financial conditions ton-
tlnuo very favorable Deposits !n tho
banks aro. holding up well In toFali
and the number of depositors. The
sump In tho prlco of uugnr IiaB not'
reached tho small depositor and it Is
not likely to fpr some tlmo to coino,
on nccount of the great amount it
work now being and to bo d6no by tlie
Fedornl government Money; is easy
but loans aro mado on n more con
servative basis than would prevail If
sugar prospcct3 wero different
It Is not probable that tho slocjc
market has yet reached bedrock".
SUtbJo conditions will not rrriv'all un
til tho policies of tho corporation's uro
outlined on tho first of the year.
. K. S. GJerdrum's resignation ns
manager of Ilonokaa wns one of the
considerable losses at tho polls npxt
- " l,,u U, 11IC I j 1 -
Interesting news Items of tho wk f,.PrNovenibor. This fact, however, tip
tho llnnnclal world. Mr. OJcrdruni'
has accepted a poaltlori in Porto Itlco. I ""J U10 elecjlons nro cortnlnly n
.ifu iiuBiuoii nun ucen onered to Mr.
Morrison, who wus formerly with tho
Mcllrydo Plantation nnd In n,w i
Ileal Kdtate Fnlure.
It (.coins Imposslhlo that tho invest
Ing pqblic can much longer remain
Indifferent to tho real estato oppor
tunities of this city. Thoro Is a con
stant nnd growing donmniWor small
homos furnlshod and unfurnished, und
It stands tb reason that this demand
must steadily Increnso. Thd totirlsts
nrq looking for such houses nnd tho
peoplp-coming hore In connection, with
the Federal departments haVq to
havo homes. Thoro Is much ttlk of
sevoral large building propositions
down town or In tliti lino of iottls.
Hut tho active demand. Is for thu small
linmei that cost from two thousand
to three ttiomsntid dollnrs anil j-ont
from twebly-llvo to thtrty-llvo cTollars
Henry Clews' banking circular for
Qctober 15 says: Tho polltlcul out
look, another well-worn olcnie'nt of
Joubt, Is steadily Improving, rtadlcal
Ism Is boln'g rebuked In all dlroctlons(
Issues Imvo now been clearly defined,
und seem to depend very largely upon
personality Tho corfiparatlvo lack of
Intoiest In election Issues' Is slinivii by
tho railing off In registration n all
puts of the country compir'ed with
prnvloun )enrs. It Is taken for grunt
ed that Republicans will have, to facts
Ifl no yeaif of its history has
jMnmm&Stafr Motor Gar
6b1tipfty!'dffiM it 'either ex
eirtP6TcacfvMble tff sacrifice
lWermc$nm& ih -tfteater
the iisers of' Pierce!-Arrow fe
fftore apparent in- ftie he
models than ever, Jbeiofe. ;vJ8it
of -the highest chafacteft 'the
compht.alsSoifrS a range tff
body' styles color scfeffles ari&
iiphblstery designs widrtotih
to itie'et afiy pM6fee: ' w -T
Licensed imdcr Soidoi i(?fit6ut;
Cars' - y
1 - f . !
pedrs to cause llttlo real uneasiness.
much less threatening element than
two or three months ago It Is also
a n'oticeuble fact that public opinion,
Irf becoming less hostile, to co-porn-tlous;
this lielng dun partly to public
1 recognition of the fact that corpora-
liyns aro uero 10 stay, nn.i mtriiy 10
tl.o fact that managers of the htter
recognlzo that they must Submit to
some form of regulation, obey tho law
nnd fhow u decent regard for publlo
oplnhm. Tho change in tho 'ntterrq
spect manifested In vurlous iti triers
Is' highly cncolmiglng as teiillng to
'disarm' liiuch of public crltlclrn'i. No
one now seriously foara tho forth;
coming Supreme Court decisions qn
tho oil, tobacco und other cases. Tho
Court limy force reorganization, but Is
not going to destroy property values
Tho decisions when IbsiicI will prob
ably hae no further Injurious effect
than the famous Northern .Securities
caso. No harm but good followed
that decision. '
' Tho )ade's of St Clements will hold
n tlollcatossep Balo at tho Old Arts
an.rCrafB Shop pn Saturday, October
'2! Tuikoy, cold boiled hum, chicken
pies, plum puddings, lemon und irtlncu
pies, cases ami miicioiis iioniu-iuuuci
candies wll be cm tale.
CEllTRAL UNION CHliHOri. r
Illhlo sthoOl nl 9:30.
Morning service nt llv. pennon
hy Ilev. Krnnlc S. Studdor "Tho Tin.
ger of tlo'd." ,
Christian Hndcavor meotlng nt
6:30. Topic, "HoW Ood Spcaka to
Men." f.endor, Miss Helgn. Wlkan
dor. , ,
i:cnlng BcrWeo at 7; 30. I Hornldn
hy the assistant minister "An Old
Testament ParahliJ Tho Hook or
Visitors nn'd strangers Instho city
and all Others not ronnec'tnd with
Eomo other 'church nro heartily ln"
lted to nttond theso services. Wd
n'ssuro yoil a' c6rdlal wclcuulc.
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! , amqtwj!gp$i&i,'
'At " '-' '.ciycovor, uunisier. j ,.
j&j t'rK. nible- Soli'po);y'n',,o: Hsl,
2185 fullurlul rooms 2256
IiuhIiics ofllco, Theso uro. the tele
phone numbers of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 u. '
, Tho ;Klr'st ifethodlst i Iplscopiil'
Cliilr'th, copier llorctunla livenuo und
Mller street; J. T. Jones, pastor. ' &
Sumlny, School, 9;4fi 11. 111.; It II,
Trent, superintendent .
Morning worship, 11 o'clock; ser
mon by tho pastor; BUbJect, "Lesson
fcum tho I'uiablo'of tho Vino,"
I Kpworth U'uguo, C o'clock; Miss
Carlottn Moyyr, leader,
i:eulng worship,, T o'clock; sermon
hy tho pastor; subject, "Tho Manly
All nro most cordially Iinlted to nt
tend tho Kervlces'of this church. ,
superintendent; lesBon.The, Anoint,
ing ot Jesus;' Mntt.BfTlB,, .,
1 1 at nt , sermon and coSunnnlcto.y,
3 p, 111, Sloan Mission; Kll Hnydsr,
superintendent, 1. f , t
0:30 n ra., Y. P. B. C. E.: -Mlis LI.
xe Webster', president; lubjeet, "Oun
wont in umer uinus v.j;yt. '-,
7:30 p.'iu, scrnion;-.iubT!t. "D
Mn-" .a..AjL .
All are welcome. 1ljf I rallu'
IUtcrday 1 Saints.-, i Jleorgirilied
ChurcliorKIng St. neir'Kaptt)lnl.
S'.in, Sunday 'School;. teAnf topic.
"I'cter nt LydcU i'nd "JodiIk" ,
11 u. m, niornlnr worship; i
C p. 111 , Zton'r Hellgio Literary So
ciety; lesson topics The.BlgKilppesi.
or tho Celestial phenotnontf,' Volncl
denf with' tlie ,blrtodf Chrl,et,6n tire
American continent: AleT ipcel.itl
children's program. r )
1:39 p. m .'dvenlng; worsnlp. '
SeUU free EferyBociy welcome.
that he" dosh'C'Xnotf'&Wvrale' world
begair. Wo-woUW VespectfuTrV refr
him' t6' nil jirortssor'lir'thr Dnlver
slty" of Chicago pklU'cfel'rjnla In.
qvllrcr'.' ' j" ,
Tata?,, Laxative jjrygicr $jlniu,
fablets.,. All dmggilt refund
the money $ it (iiina,",tOicure
E, W. Grovq's Bignturefb oat
each box it . N 1
PARIS MLDICINU COVStCluV . 8. tf
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