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KVKNINO HUl-tKTlN, HONOLULU. T H , WnDNKSDAV, NOV 2. 19t0
Gloves and Umbrellas
Sachs' Big 3 Days' Sale
Beginning Tuesday Morning, November 1
See Our Special Window Display
4 60 ..
.$ .75 $1.00 ,..$ .75
TWO-BUTTON OKAY MOCHA KID GLOVES In all sizes; jnst re
"Ceivcd from the factory, Regular price, $1.50; Special, for 3 days, $1.15.
MONDAY. OCTOBER 31. will be the last day of our BIO WHITE
SALE wh'eh has been running for the past week,
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
, Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
places Isvulcd up so that
standing water aoout your
Has your lot been
graded and filled?
Have the low
there will be no
place this winter.
P. M. POND
HEINZ "57" VARIETIES
Of Good, Things for the Table
and nil tlio otjier ehol c dainties, packed In the Heinz In
Ask Your Grocer
for Desk Calendars
Oct jour I'ucl now. You
' will want to malic memos for
the coming )cnr.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
. PBWBITERf SUPPLIES,
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILINQ CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
CHILDREN 'HAPPY A0AIN
Our Toy Department now open.
.with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
;tuid a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Dainty Stickers to Secure
the Package . . .
A. B. A R
& C 0.,
Everything In Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
I Alex. Young Building
Wo have paper for eery
room, and nt all prices. The
Wall Taper ou buy from us
will glvo jour homo u dis
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 S. KING STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITX
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
(Continued from Page 1.)
Otto l.lclit wan 350.1100 torn loner
on October 7 than 1 O l.lclit, and
IiIh next estimate Ik uwallid with III'
Dcinarnra Ik offcrlnc cnstuls for No
timber shipment . at nboto present
values bete, but which ma) Intercut
till) vi R before lonfi. 1
l.ouslann In cxicctcd to hcKln her
new sugar season this week, ngulnst
a week earlier hint )car.
India Driiius herewith show AiikiikI
ImiKirtn Z4,ofio tons decrease, and 12.
OOOHons decrcaro for entire mason In
To'nl stock In United States anil
Cuba together, 1GT.093 tons, ngalimt
108,938 tons Lint neck 133,475 tons
Meltings will show a reiluctlou next
week, ns several rcfliierlcs nrc cur
tailing production In view of the de
creasing supply of raws, pending nrrl
vnl of new erupt and becnuso of the
small bushier in eastern granulateil
at thin time of the )cnr.
European licet mignrit nrc offcreil
for. shipment to New York nt 9s. Gd
c & f. (3 90c)
OUR NEW CUBA CROP ESTI
MATE. Wcalhcr conditions through
out (he growing period this )cnr hnvc
been Ideal In soino localities, and not
entire') favorable to date In other
parts, but as 11 whole, they wcro fnlr
I) satisfactory, while new plantings
nvcrnged about normal. The recent
liurrlc U1C3 pnsslng over the Island
proci more beneficial thnn otherwise
because of the heavy rainfall
Wo havo just received special re
ports from n largo number of Central
factories located In all the provinces,
showing that the expectation Is to
grind an average of more than 7 per
cent. Increase of cane this season.
The present condition of the cane
Is reported to bo as good as or better
than last ),cnr.
Ilascd on 11 production In Culm last
season of l,f 00,000 tons, 11 very con
Kcrvatho estimate of tlio new 1910-11
crop would do an Increase of 7 por
cent., or say, n total of 1,900,000 tons,
with tcndcnc) to further Increase, do
pendent upon continued favorable
WORLD'S PRODUCTION AND,
CONSUMPTION. The new enno and
beet, sugar crop of tlio wrold glvo
promise of nn enormous total vleld
stimatcd to outturn posBlhly 1,755,813
tons nioro than thoso of last Bcason
In the 1909 10 campaign the produc
flon was In tons: Cane, 8,302,592:
Km opoan beet, C.138.000, and Amorl
enn beet, 450.595; total 14.891,187,
while for the new season (1910-11) the
estimates nro: Cano 8,502 000; Kuril
peun bee' 7,700 000, mid American
licit, -115,000; total, IG.617,000 tons.
It Is Interesting to note that last
season tho cano sugar crops of the
world amounted to 1,713,997 tons more
than the beet sugar production, hut
tho prospects are that next season
tho cano crops will prove to bo onl)
317,000 tons larger than tho beet
Last )oar at this tlmo wo estimated
that tho stock In principal countries
woiild bo reduced to less than 991,513
tons (stock Sept. 1, 1909) at tho end
of tho campaign unless consumption
was checked by high prices: ns It
turns out the ) ear closed (September
1, 1910) with stock of 1,08C,401 tons,
tho high prices which ruled .having
unimestloiiably. caused tho consump
tion to lie curtailed.
I'nrt of tho expected Increased pro
duction will bo needed to (111 dopletcd
InvlBlbla blocks, but the Indication!
arc that (hero will bo enough surplus
to cdtuojcis prices, which will induce
n largo Incrcnso In consumption the
TELLS OF SUGAR
RLS will be
They will roll
on the grass.
They will soil their
dresses. They will get
their hands and faces
All right! Let them!
Ivory Soap and water
"will make everything
Equally available for bath,
toilet and fine laundry use.
9946o Per Cent. Pure
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
lo buy hcnvll) and have to sell later
at n low price Consentient!) the
Jobbers have ver) little In reserve
"Again, wo have n rich new. fle'd
opening up which will hn 11 large
consumer. India is In n splendid ft
nanclal condition, and her people are
prospering. It Is obvious that the
consumption of sugnr- there will In
1 reuse largely. That will mean n
heavy demand for Java sugar, whl h
In turn lessens the supply. Now In
din's crop Is onl) two and u ipi.irtcr
millions, which will not be an j tiling
"With nil of these things working
out, the surplus will be ensil) ab
sorbed. Kurnpo will take a third of
It mid the rest of tho world tho re
Tariff Is No Danger,
"There Is no danger whatever that
tho tnrltt on sugar will bo removed,"
and here Mr. l'ollltz smiled. "Wh)
should It be removed? In the first
place, ft Is really n Dcmo-rntlc nictis
lire, meant for tho protection of l.ou
Islnnn by the Democratic Congress
men It wns secured by them In u
political trade. It is n Itcpubllcaii
principle, and the Democrats favor
It, so wh) should It be reinotcd from
"On tho other hand, thcro nrc ver)
good rensons wh) It will ho retain
ed. The nation Is confronted with
nn enormous dclkt next )cir unles
revenues nro increased. This Is the
reason for tho proposed Increase In
postal rates, and It Is significant of
tho pressing need for revenue that
this Increase, In postal rutcs( is aug
gested. Jim Insf. thing mi) polltl-lnn
will do Is to antagonize the news
papers and periodicals, for the) can
get buck at him seven da)s in the
week." He smiled ngaln. "Tlio pm .
tal Incrcnso will, of course, hit tho
press. Hut, Still, lChas been resort
"That shows the need fur more
revenue. Is It lkely that Congress
will delibcratel) cut off fifty-eight
million dollars revenue from the sug
nr tariff? Certain!) not.
"As for the cry against the present
tariff, that will soon die out. Insur
gency Is u fad. There is no chanco
of enough faddists getting Into Con
gress to cut (ho sugar tariff.
No Reason to Cut.
"There is no nrgument to cut It.
an) way. Kurope, with free sugar,
pa) s twenty dollars mora per ton for
It thun America, with protected sug
nr. Why should it bo removed?"
Mr. l'ollltz discusses ixilltlcs free
ly, commenting humorously on' Col
onel Itoof-evclt's announced propi
gnnda of "new nationalism " l'ollltz
ansa ho has nsked ever) body he
knows what new, nationalism Is, and
nobody has been able to explain It
)et. In California ho looks for a
sweeping Hcpubllian victory, (esti
mating Hiram Johnson's majority
over Hell In tiio gubernatorial cam
paign at CO, 000.
While in the Islands Mr. l'ollltz
Intends to visit the proposed Kan lr
rlgntlon ditch slto, ns well as Hut
chinson plantation, of which hu Is
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
183 MERCHANT STREET
,. (Continued from Pace 1.)
surplus, four .or live hundred thou
sand tons, for overproduction In Ku
rope Is regulated largely through tho
credit a) stem on which tho crops nro
raised nnd moved. There tho farm
era boriow frorn the merchants
mouc) to carry them to the end of
tho bouson, nnd In turn tho mer
chants hoi row from the banks. Jt
will lequlro two hundred million dot
lars to inlso und move tho Kuropcan
nop. With low prices, the banks
wll naturally refuse to lend monc),
with, low prices tho production de
creates, nnd the Kuropeiin con sum
era will take euro of much of til la
so culled surplus.
"Another element to raise tliofdd-
ninnd for sugar ultimately Is the fact
that what we cull the 'Invlslblo bu
pl)' Is lower right now than ever
before. This is tho amount required
lo curry us from the, end of one crop
to tho beginning of another. It Is
ubout a, 000,000 tons. Now thoro
are mil) 800,000 left, and moru than
that Is needed
"Anothei thing Is that tho Jobbers
havo not been lining in their usual
Iv Inign siippl) Willi prlres Inflated
f 10111 speculation nnd the Innvltnhtn
le.ictlon coming, they did not want
ff Vr f flK coYiorT kJ
They are ex- ;
quisitely finish- ,
enjoy the dis:
t i n c t i 0 n of
being worn by
the best dress
ers the country
ment unites the"
best fabric and
the world's best
The Best Shoes
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
R.flOTil Shnn SfnrcJ
Kitt); and Bethel Streets!
HOWARD PLAYERS TO
CHANGE THEIR BILL
Last Performance of "The
Easterner" at New Or-
Tho lust performance of "The
Kasteruer" will bo given this clu
ing, Tomoirow night, 1'ilday, Sat
urday matinee and Saturday night.
"Tho I'rlvnto Seiretar)" wilt he the
offering. Tho fact that this (omedy
from the pen of William Ulllctte la
now nuclei going un nil-slur revival
In thortatus, makes )ts nnnouuto
ment nt1 tiipsontutiofilinrn iloublv at-
trn:tWe Uvilllam (IllUtte has band
ed togetlfcr i dopei'toho company of
'eighty people, und under his pcr
Kinul 'direction will produco the fol
lowing plaV this bcuBon, savcral of
which will ulfo ho pla)cil here by
the Howard Conip.ni The) are'
"Secret Service," "Held by the
Kivemy," "Sherlock Holmes," "Tho
Private Srtietni)," "Clarhe" and
"Too Much .InliiiMin "
cell). Ilnllctln tl per, year.
The Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Our Five-Dollar Specia
THIS WEEK '
Represent the Best Styles I
Turbans and Street Hats
Just Arrived ex Hilonian
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Alexander Young Hotel j
Our Parcel Delivery pnsses jour dcor twice niday?
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