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This him been u week of stock mar
ket ndjifcitinetits iiml n general waiting
nttlludolln uro wiirI ouect Ilia elections-
will, !ino upon business condi
lluslnes men generally hnvo set
tled down to nn acceptance of n per
ilod of vory low prlco sugar for ngxt
jenr. The only mutter of doubt Is the
extent to illicit dhldcnds will bo cut
ithc Ilrst of tho yenr when the dhldcnd
Kj'ollclos nfc usually outlined.
Gcncnttly speaking plantations Hint
look for waiil to nn ntprugo prlco of
,tlirt'0 nnd onc-hnlf cent sugnr enn
maintain their present rcgulnr divi
dends, hut there will ho no cxtrns.
Tho expcctiitlon of the street Is Hint
the Alexander & ItnUKjn properties
-v 111 continue their rcgulnr. There Is
,talk of ii possible cut In I'lonecr
though tho men who predict thjs, sup
plement It by nay 1 iir thnt they enn't
understand why there, should be n
rut. There Is nlso talk of n possible
juit In the Onliu dividend but this Is
.entirely dependent on how much tho
1910-tl crop wns damaged by tho set
bark t received nt the t(ino of the
famous strike Wnl.ilua Is qlated for
n reduction of dividend to. six. c tent
(If n Jflfge pnr.tofj Ijs crop should bo
marketed below .( per ton,-
That thchlnihyjtry ,ls on,th,o,v!c;rgo of;
n period of,,qw.. rjrlccs ,ls ,eMnblltlicd
by tho figures kIPP ? tuc sinUstlc
lans. Thf.Ji.l lcjt,,n'lpub))s'hfd dur
ing tho efjk a gcnf,rn a'ummary Riv
en by W'lllotlrny, ,nti(l presents In,
mis issue n fttuqucni suucmein1i ironi
tho sam,(;rcijrfif, Ths .tyibjo elves
tho cstlnintc.pfiiroductlon rna con- j
sumption', Bnfjljat, s quite, a Im
portant, n Efnlqmcnt showing, vthe nc-.
curacy with, w;)cli tli .(amqus I.lclit
has forecast tjbo props pf,lVthE world
it win ie seen Jiy ,j;oinRmcr,tiic ng'
tires that the j,l,.c,pt prediction
been n ery.jjcpcndnble qnqv Consc-.
qucntly, when, the I.lchts ,sgrco thntj
me- increase o.i mo KUfopcnn oeci,
crop for thp,pfixl CAnipnlgnwlH nenr
ly equal lthie1(oJ-al,Ciib'an,prqj))for 1909
10, nno.yirjr statistician? predict that,1
tho Cuban rop tjijs cQpiJng year wlll
bo the largest' over produced, It Is cn-
tlrely unreasonable to expect a IiIrIi
ncraRo of sugar prices. ,
According tq tio .statistics now nt1
band tho Incrqas; ln,tl)g(wrjrld'8 pro-
important mm, m mm
illllpljEA'N .UnfiT Vpy.S-ifpJlpl'iy; W .IR. ,ld'cJfs .first .estimate
(Octohei'18, 1913 In detail, of .tho prgpeap .bct.sjigar.productlon, J91J-
iii Luiupiiicu mm nciiiii uiuiiii vi iiiu .asi-.irv campaigns;
" . ws.oqp
523,000 4b0,000 525,300
Total Tona .7,700,000 6,138J)00 61,43,865 6,562,274 6,710,808
't uimii ,T 11,01 I'oiiuiiuca it A4iiiuri;ii MVLV 1U'H,
Octfjljcr IS, l1in.7,7(K.O0p
Octotjor IS, 1909.6,310,000
Octjoljcr Itf, 1903.6,540,000
Ocloljcr" IS, 1907.6,580,0)0
Octotie.r 'U, l?t6. 6,570,000
October. 3, 1905.6,550,000
Oolobcr 15, 19p4.f,12o,q00
Ostfjbqn 17, 1903.C,85d.OOO
Octotjqr 18, 19fi2.n,85q,000
Final outtarn.6,l38,00P .Oxer estimated.. 202,000
643,865 .Itnclor .estimated, j-.3;iG5
662,274 .Overestimated,. 17,7i-
6,710,808 Under estimated. 140,808
. f " ",'t".9'32.3i3 Under ostlwafcd.38'2,343
" .4.708.75S Over estimated.. 411,242
5,881,333 llndcr, estimated, 31,333
' " 6,561,257. Over .estimated. .288,713
"' . l6175'0.j8,Undortcstlniatvdi32078 .
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Vf IKUf AWV. 1.41
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tin:
linker's Chocolato (ttnswcct
cticcl), 1-2 Hi. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Salt by Ltadlng Grocer In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCIIESTBR, MASS, U.S.A.
SO HIGHEST 'AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
H A.gp3i t- I tljw B I IKylHKilOflSlBaHKK I H JBBKICSvyyw nHS
H a'7 . 5 r tr . V immMnm end frwA mit 4 kl
SlWAieCKOrS OF TlIK WOULD Theso flRuros Includo local cpnsump
tlon of Vpiiiu proifiictlon wherov;r knqwii. WIHott ,ol .Prny'B .estimates of
canu crops, ucuiDcr -v, iuiu:
Porto ltlco ., Jnti.
, IKiwalltin Islands ov.
Cuba, Crop ......... . . , . Dec.
Hrltlsh Vest Indies
Trlnid.id, exports '..Jan.
Il.irbados, cxporta .,..., Jan.
Jamaica, exports Jan'.
AntlRiia and St. Kltts Jqp.
rrench West Indies
Martinique, exports Jun.
Guadeloupe ,- Jan.
DuuIhIi ,)Vf st U;)los fit, Croix . . 1 . . . . Jaij,
Han DomlnKi) anil' Haiti... Jan.
ly.wcr Antilles, , not napied ubRYe.,.,Jan.
Mexico, crop ( .'Dec.
O uA,tcmula,rcirop 1 . . . .
S.iit .ilVjidqr, ,c,rop' . . .
McjaaRua'.Jcr'op ...(. ...
40,000 40,000 3J.757
43,000 43,000 2.1,211
itfeWft (', -y.QflO
VAllM, ,9tO.PP ,6!M83
04rPP, 5,WP lM0
lUfiOO ld,000 143,179
oW. Wft .3
4.5QP ,5qp .3,950
2,600 2",500 i,245
Ilrnitl, croit ...
Tntil JnAmercu ,
,f ,1', . 'Jl' HJoM'tjjI.IIH'.lllVIHwl- ' liMlitlu
"fJt'lhAnn'.cTPP (cqns.d, oca lylDec, 2,1pO,000
'ftVi!.''..'! ', .?X SaW',?
I'ormosa, Japan, crop Nov
I'lilllpplne Islands, crop Dec.
China (coiia'u l'gc .mostly inip'd), '
" 1 66.000
I' in I
ductlon will bo twelvo per cont, wlillo
tlio mcraRB Incroaso of consumption
ocr u period of twonty-clglit years Is
only between (our nnd live per cent,
Tho npiiroachtnt; cloclion Is linvlliR
qtilto an offoct on business. In tho
nrst place moro business men nro tak
ing nn acllvo Interest In politics than
fpr .many years, nnd thnt takes them
ivway from btisjpciin deals. Tho rov
crmncnt nnd their legislate o nnd inu
ulclpal rDproaonlallon nro receiving
moro of tliojr undivided attention
than cvor before. ,
, vAnd tlip.outcomcuof (lui.lpcaV. olec-
Mali ,wllj,liac, ,a. Kreiatcr cirlfiK'.on'
buslnbes-.tlmn qor beforo. .Tlio'Pem-'
qcrn htyo4an, lui.imlnct.nndlat;,
nnt plaiul.jiKaJptst ths, tttRar planters
of tho Torrltory. There Is no doubt
of tho nttltudo of tho lenders of that
party. Tlirlr Jifllrlil .(RMlurc ((jriml
with hitter , lin-Hiiult im jlbo ijipir
plnnters, ntiil thty or,, dqln(f .tjujlf nt
most tn nroinie n tiplrlt f nnljioiiNm
nn(da:;(lio.yiMrr)ng Hcn of'thc city
uad i;crrtlrj. . , ,
,Hlioil(V; the , Uomocr.itH bo succeis
ful to any marked degree,, it will In;
cvltablj' result In a most conservative
policy on tho part of tho sugar Ihtor
CHJs. This- will icucli ,to tjic .bnnks,
and thus to ecry possible llrio of
trnde and industry. Tlip hard tlmiM
of lo sugar prhe wllj IjcviiIciihI-
flH I') thy fc.tr .pf .lofal aipHal-' ti
ladiiQh out ,lt lieu Hfirk In tho midst
o( a' .community that has declared 1U
self to be bitterly opposed to Industry
nsln,exwis a,i uio present time, aucii
a voto. would nlaq mean' a Territorial
declaration against European Imml
grntlop, ,whl('li ould,hio disastr
ous offeqt.,on Vo jndustry ,at. Jiojio
ntidiio. pry materially durrwRo our
hitherto favoinlflo .position In Wash
ington, a new Territory tjint puts
Itself on, record us against European
ImrnlRrAtlon, nnd therefore practically
In favor of Asiatic Immigration won't
A Itepubllcun victory on the- othor
band wU seho to largely,, offset tho
Iff It. Is posslblotdurlngjtlils bcason
of doprooaionto stoadlly continue Uio
Immigration policy that will selllu
tho lanuj) of the plaptutlons with a
pcoplo who will pot only work In tho
fields but nro satisfied to uatabllsh
homes on tho sugar estates, tho sugar
interests will hnvo a confidence In tho
future that, will strengthen tho whole
situation from eiory community
Total' in Asia
.3,64b,000 3,605,918 3,365,8p0
nnd Kill '
Quinslaud , Juno .175,000,
NoVfeouth Wnlcs '.June 16,000'
FiJIWolnnds, exports Jqne C6JlpO
Totallin Australia ami rolyiie'iila. .
Egypt, crop (consumed ,localy).., Ian.
Mauritius, crop ...Aug.
Ilciinon, crop Bept'
Nntil, crop t fyfay
Total In Africa
Kui ope- Bpaln .' tie'e.
Total tano sug-ir cfPlis (Vf & $.),., 8,502,000
Kurcipo Deet bugar crppa (K, O. ,
Llchl) ' wSept. 7,700,000
I... n . July
united States Dcct vugar crops and
(V. & O) OcL
nrnnilnlnl Cnno fii(l Heel rwinr
25y,pO0 21.8,234 231,098
55,000 55,000 55,000
190v000 244,597 205,758
40,00a 4O.0Q0 39,500
76,000 62,000 31,992
J.W ,101,5?,7 3?2.2.50
,15,000 16,000 21,669
445,1)00 450,595 384,010
The issues to bo decided ut tho elec
tion on Tuesday nro by nil piqans tho
most vital ,tlmt,IlavaU ,1ms ever faced,
Thoro are also nuUq n number who
aro.a waiting tlio.ontqomo of, (ho ejec
tions on tho mulnln,nd beforo making
any definite plans for the, future Tho
IJuIlol'ln docs not Coincide with
thosp who'bollovo, tuat n result nd-'
yersb to tio Rciiubllcun control of tho
House of IteproRfintatlVfls wll moan
ipip1cd(at,9,re,vlspn(pf,'t(i? fill IfT. )tji
Dppipcrpts In jpntrol o( tins House,
thero would bo much talk hut il gen
eral blockadp of, legfajatlpn. With tho
Insurgent I(opubllqnps gonornlly vic
torious, whch'ls filglily prolable, tho
movement ,of Jho, Kqiliflcap parly
will bo' toward the settlement of rnrllf
troubles by n tariff commission and
by taking up each schcdulo separate
ly. This would be business Ilka r.nd
by no means dungoious us tho sugur
tnilff is a icvcnuo producor nnd an
Increasing nijmlicr-.pf Btatan nio on
llo ,11st of beqt Biiyar protluccia, Howl
about tho Trust' at they may,, tho fact
noertholcss romulns that Hiisiir pro
iUh'IIod Ik nn Infant IndUKtry nnd en
titled tn tho pinlrrtlnn It nmv spcurri
You're . Paying' for - a Motor Car
You may think you don't
wnnt ;a motor car. But there
isn't any question about your
- ' There is a difference between
ti wanting a thing and needing it.
If you need a car you are pay
ing for it. Paying In the time
you lose that a car would save
you. In the opportunities that
get away. In the fresh air and
flT lfcrcat)on a car woulJ Gvc, but
which" how you do not get.
Whatever we rcallv need we
'i: Jy for whether we actually
own it or not. You might get
j.l'ong without an ovcrcoat.this
J 'inter, but you would pay for
ne'juct the same. You would
t( .iray with discomfortinrid, colds.
. , If. you use telephones, jele
graph, wireless, exprp- ir'lins,
electric lights, trolley c . add
ing machines, dictaphones,
ne -papers, typevritfa' and
labor saving mav. itry, then
you need an automobile.
l For the automobile has been
'developed to keep pace with'the
M,PCc that utilizes these other
things the age of speed the
age of efficiency. The motor
: ilow Eoery Mtmbtr of th Family
Btncfitl by lha Po$tc$$!ori 1
, of a Motor Car,
Htadafthe Family t Going to and
from business In fresh air. Mak
ing business calls, Entertaining
.customers and business aisocl.
"atesa Tours In the country. J Ni ore
knowledge of jibe country.' Mental
'and physical exercise of driving,
Qood appetite better digestion
better humor better health.
Wife find Daughttri Social calls.
Entertaining. Plenty of fresh air
to drive away "nerves." More
time with husband and father.
Son i Educative value of under
standing and caring for a wonder
ful piece of machinery. Training
of mental and physical faculties
in dttvlo;. Clean, fresh air,
recreation and decent entertain
ment In company of other mem
bers of family.
, car didn't create itB- demand
after it arrived. The demand
was waiting. It had been wait
ing for forty centuries.
The greatest obstacle to prog
ress is distance. Civilization'
consists of doing away with the
space that lies between man
and man, city and city, country
and country, between products
of all kinds and the people who
When the steamship, the
railroad, and trolley dame to
take care of the problem of
community or public transpor
tation, the world took a long
, When the automobile came
to take care of the problcnv'of
individual transportation, the
world took another 'long step
ahead, 'if you haven't realized
it, then thc world has stepped
past you. '.
The man with a motor gets
down to his business in the
morning quickly, cleanly and
He arrives at his .office with
the sparkle of the sunshine-and
fresh air in his blood and. brain.
He is able to take up his busl
ness problems with clearer
vision and greater energy than
the mnji who has been worried
and doped by the rush and jam
and the, bad air of a crowded
train, or'&rcet car. y
The man in a motor-car can .
cover 50 to 100 mile's in a day
just on business errands in the
city, keeping appointments that
it would.take.many days to make
under the old system.
At noon ,time he can use his
car to entertain his business ,
associates with a five or ten mile
ride to a pleasant luncheon
place. He can send it out in
the afternoon to entertain guests
while he coe3 ahead with his N
business. Or, if.he wants to
takp himself or a visitor vto a
train, he allows just a i.w min
utes' leeway and the motor car
ries him to the depot swiftly
After the day's work, he
arrives home again ; arrives-,
with weariness and worry air
sprayed from hjs brain ;withu
keen appetite and good humor
In the evening he, may use
hi3 car for a turn around the
parks and boulevard or a spin '
into the country with family
The man with motor car
lives a fullcrjife than if he didn't
have one. He has more experi
ences more sensations, "rite
does more things. He has-a
wider circle af intertwt and in
fluence. He lives twice as long
in the same length of time as tfic
man who hasn't a car. Long
life is not a question of years so
much a-it is of experiences and
accomplishments. Yet motor
care will be factors In. increas
ing the average span of man's
years because 'they promote
health through outdoor life.
(almsslMofor Comjjang Detroit, Mich.,' u. s. a.
(Uctnttd undtr Sldn Pattntt)
5fem. ' - " j
l u..ij .iiiii hi mill ip ,' i i.
i ' ' f-1 ' 1
Thtt Part if, to Good -it Dottn't
Need to bo Put in Large 7p.'
There are many good cars made"
nowadays, and any good car is a
ood investment. Yet we honestly
believe that Chalmers Cars offer the
best value for the money of any on
the market. Compare them with
others. Comparison has sold more
Chalmers Cars than all our adver
tising. If ycxrean possibly afford a
motor car, don't put It pITany longer
but go and buy one'. We- hope It
, wil be a Chalmers ; bat whether It
Is or not, don't deprive yourselfand
jrour family any longer of the pleas
ure that byrlght Is yours and theirs.
There Is nothing that you could
invest the money In that will pay
you such a big dividend in the sav
ing of your time in business and the
saving of your health for years, as
the purchase of a motor car. 'A
good thing is a better thing the
sponer you get it. Make your
family happy tonight by telling them
you have made up your mind to get
that motor car you. have been talk
ing so much about, namely,
ASSOCIATED GARAGE Dealers in Motor Cars
a Chalmeri, IB
1 1 IMSSi
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U'On ,....,..,.,.,, .u,i.n,MMt M,n;ii,ir,i l1.iiK2,luri I i uurniu,.Maiu i;i:ri inn ,ii-nin u in- miibu iiii-ii )tiu iii, jii-ciiiiiuiuiriiL'ti
CTl,,'kJ5ffly,'i).HtnwtV'Maiuwir -fi(lltI,.',,l,,US,,'ll,A-.-.UT.rt.. W1 fpr "10 PPSt WPl:. toy IihvIiik tompoinry ijunrtcrs Tho permanr
flMfoWpStiiffi busy w(tl. oierseejiig tlic sites post will cut (no mllllons-or iuoiv.
i ' " ' t x a $ - i , ,
Tf - -J - - . - " - ' -
rir,.nultnd In town by thJ wllU;dinln-t undjilans for daveloplng tho Isliind of
(jjuijbe. )i Ip an optlmlsllo tnqort us Onhu as a great military pohU Il
uf'aal. Although the II n 1 1 ) t i n dtH lehtif. lias rccehod their undivided at.
nof pect,a;i brlghf u futtiro for next tcntion for a good .part of tio week,
year s Mr. J'ollitf. ptetlletii, It (inlet nnd negu'tlntlons ina gone forward
Mill bo ictognlzeil tl.'it tho l'olf! with tlio I)uwt,Qtt Kstato thnt IioIiIh ii
inodtctons hnvo piuda gogd mo(f'fio
i;iH.Htly than not,
Ocnernl Alcshlro, Quiiitcrinastcr
fleneial of tholriii)' and (leneial
Illlos, head of tho Dapnrlmcnt of Pal-
!ronila,.lmio Ijcen tho ,eeitor of In
Uluo on ptppeity wltliin tho iiillllary
lojeivatloii, with i Wuw -to stalling
tliu pctiuapcnt pout at I,ello!iu.v.
It It also announced that omly In
tho jvnr a full iclnictit of ,ifntry
v.'ll), io sent to (ho Hand nnd sta
tioned w.lth tlm rnalry-nt (.ellnhiin
Tleso men lll bo iccniiiinod'ted la
orajlng with dredgcra. Icabd from tho
iiur;illwrs liim. , . uiujiuh nun ni."fii;iy.icii6vi iioiu uio
Iiord t Young fao been nwnrded Stitnd.ird-Auicilc.i'n company nccord
o (ontrnct for tho qunstruttlon'of, Ing 16 tho slnfeiiidnfof olU'ccrH of tho
the IIIlo bicnkwnter
lllds wcro opened this week for tho jltcliill Trnde,
diidglui; of 4lopqlliiljiuibor. Tula
coiittnct, ncuirdlng to tho llguius
in.ulu public, will probably bo divid
ed between tho Btiindard-Ainci leun .
'liotull hiislnesj him been rather dull
for tlio lust fov weeka, t lu appar
ent howutur Unit tho ChrlMiua'rl' dob-
c,ti till! ul.a.t I,. ... ..!. ....II.... ,l.n.
,&.,.. ..,,, null. III lljliwi V.I1IIUI VIIUI1 ,
Dredging Company nnd the Hawaiian usual, and within a week alter tha
Diedglug (.'oiiipiiijx Ideally thesn election, fho ilown-lnv.li rrcllnn-will
Uo cninpnnlejSi nrp looked upon m np
oi.itlug uudnr n community of Inter
ests Tho Hawaiian Dredging Coin
paii n t Vcuil llarbdr woxV. t up-
bo noiiir full idnct.
Combining buMnoss with ploasuro,
" --'TiviiTllr.lHit ii iTir ii f -iliirtati ifoliiiii 1 1 il'f rt'l fctHattii ilrriii jj-'iriTiiii rtfiVtti'aTiV