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i HE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
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fishing in these reserves.
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Remember! the Palm Test Is "The Best"
Willett & Gray's Information
on Crops Is Interesting
Willett Urny's latest sugnr cir
cular Issued under dnto of Decern
dor IS, refer to the rnw sugar mar
ket condition)! as fotlowx:
VMIilc .Suppl). Total stock of i:u
lopo and American, 2,9!9,273 tons,
against 1!,CGG,3G8 tons last year at tho
same uneven dates. The Increase of
stock Is 332,00.". tons, ngulnst an In
crease of 298,9:12 last week. Total
stocks and uflonts together show u
visible supply of 3,028,273 tons,
against 2,U88,3G8 tons last jcar, or an
lncrcneo of 319,905 tons.
Hans. Centrifugals wore quoted
last week at 4.oric, nnd nro now -Ic.
per pound for 96 test basis. Culms
for December shipment hnvo sold at
2 ',4c (3.8Gc. landed). Bales of De
cember shipment nftcr this date will
make tho spot quotation.
Tho last reported sale of old crop
Uubns, r,000 bags, was made on 13th
for prompt shipment nt 2.r.Sc. c. nnd f.
9G test, basis equal to 4c. per pound,
96, as figured by rellners. Only four
centrals arc grinding In Cuba, against
2. Inst .year, so that tho small quan
tity of nvnltnblo sugnr In January is
strengthening the price situation.
Hirst half January has sold at 2 7-1 Gc.
c. nnd f. nnd nt 2 ',4c. c. and f., and
nil .January at 2 fi-lfic. c. and f., 9G
test (3.GJc. landed).
Moderate, buying Is reported from
dny to day, as sugnrs are offered
amounting pcrhnps to about 200,000
bags this week of now crop. Sellers
finally nro Inclined to rnlso their pre
tentions for early deliveries, nnd In
view of tho small remaining stock In
tho Four Ports, United States
(73,273 tons), tho situation for next
tlilrty days at least looks Btcady. Ile
yond that tho largo crops of cano and
beet sugar, say estimated two mil
lion tons In oxcess of Inst campaign,
will naturally have an Influence to
lowor prices nil over.
Regarding crops, tho estimates of
the European beet crops continue to
Increase, nnd nre this week raised to
7,917,000 tons by V. O. Llcht. caused
by continued fnvorablo crop weather.
A new estimate of the Cuba crop Is
given by n correspondent of the Fed
eral Tlellncry from Havana as 1,G75,
000 tons. Announced estimates of
Cuba crop now stands from 1,675,000
tons to 1,900,000 tons, subject to
chnngo from time to time. Kalns
would benefit tho crop In somo parts.
I'orto Rico has not yet commenced
crop making, but two factories will
probably begin this week. Last year
Porto Hlco new crop sugnr wns arriv
ing In tho United States. Cane crops
throughout lire reported Into In ma
turing. Dcmernrn nnd Ilrnzll continues to
send somowhat unfavorable reports.
Philippines season Is Into In starting.
Jnva figures nro given clsowhoro.
Tho last cargo of old crop arrived this
week to tho Howell rollnory (pur
chased before arrlvnl nnd delayed on
passngo). Tho I'uropean beet crop
Is enlarged by tho Increnso In Ger
many of 72,000 tons to 2;372,000 tons,
YVhethor othor countries of Kuropo
will require Important chnnges Is
nwnlted with Intorcst. Just now e
ports differ materially as to Franco
nnd Russia. Franco has recently had
stormy, unfavorable weather, whllo
Russia reports the opposite, Austri
an authorities agree on unfavorable
conditions recently, resulting In many
beet roots still in tho ground with
little chance of harvesting them.
European market nlues have re
mained closo to the cost of produc
tion point, with very smnll fluctua
tions, tho close being 9s. 0d. for this
month nnd 9s. Hd. for May delivery.
Receipts at Four l'orts for the week
U,r29 tons; meltings, 30,000 tons;
stock, 73,273 tons, the smallest of the
A steady market for tho present Is
A chargo of passing worthless
checks was tho cause of Alford Finlay
Thayer's nrrost In Hongkong, accord
lng to Mnnlln papers which havo ar
rived here, Thayer was nrrested lato
In November In Hongkong, a Manila
paper has tho following to sny,
Mr. A. F. Thnycr, tho missing man
nger of tho Cnlnmba Sugar Estates
Compnny, who has boon missing for
somo weeks Is nt present In Hongkong
where ho has been detained by tho
officials of that city.
Word was recolved In this city yes
terday that Thayer had been detained
and that ho was now In tho hand!
of tho law. Tho ailvlco received Is
mongrn, but It Is to tho ceffet that his
detention was duo to his passing
ihccks on n local bank that woro
worthless, ho having no funds for tho
payment of tho satno. Thajor Is nlsu
wanted In this city.
"Do you loll our wlfo everything
nu do while she Is uwnyT" "No; III"
neighbors attend to that." Houston
Korean Strangled to Death on
Premises of Hilo Police
HII.O, Dec. 21. Ono if tho most
mysterious murders that has occurr
cd on this Island for jenrs'past, was
perpetrated In Kona last Wcducsdny
Tho police In llllo havo not as yet
been nblo to secure the full details of
tho nnlr, but they hnvo learned enough
to show lint tho caso Is one which II
will require Mime detective ability to
Tho murdered man wns a Korean
Ho was strangled to death and the
fact that the murder took placo on
the premises of Captain of I'ollco Nn
halo adds grim Interest to tho caso,
Captain Nnhnlo himself made the
discovery of tho dead body of tho Ko
rean last Wednesday morning Ho
IIcd In n small house n short dls
tanco from tho Nnhale residence
which Is nt Kahalau, somo distance
fiuni other dwellings, The killing hnd
evidently taken place less than nn
hour before the remains were found
for the body wns still warm.
Tho body wns lying on the bed, nnd
finger marks on tho throat showed
tba tho unfortunnto man had been
sranglcd to death. A invstcrlous fea
ture or tho nlTnlr lies In tho fnct that
Urn clothing of the dead man hnd been
stolen, nnd hnd, when tho nbovo In
formation was received hero, not boon
found, nlthnugh a careful search had
been made for It.
Other Information as to Important
detnlls of tho caso Is lacking so fnr
but from what Is known tho police
nuthorltles hero hcllcvo that tho or
petrator of tho crime must havo been
n Korean. Tho fnct that all the other
nationalities hero prefer n knlfo or .1
gun for killing purposes, while thr
Korean Is Inclined to uso more fun
tnstlc methods of Inflicting death, r
tho main basis for this theory. The
dead man had lived In Kona for n
'ong time. He hnd leased tho plot of
giound on which he wns living, from
another Korean who again hnd leas
ed It from tho Nannies. Tho police
In Kona havo Indicated thnt they, also,
hnvo suspicions ngalnsf Koreans, but
whether theso nre based on more def
inite iiolnts than thnso of the police
here Is not known.
The mnttor wns Investigated by n
coroner's Jury In Kona, nnd n verdict
that the deceased ,camo to his death
by being, strangled has been returned
"I hno no recollection of hnvlne.
struck Mr, Donlno nnd Inflicted the
Injuries attributed to me, I must
havo been drunk," wns tho brief
statement mado by John Cluuey when
called to account beforo District Mag
istrate I.ymer this morning.
Cluney wns nrrlgncd mn n clnrgo
of assault and battery preferred by
It. K. llonlno, tho moving picture ex
pert. Ronlno stated that ho was descend
Ing tho stnlrs nt tho Oregon block on
last Monday and noticed n number of
noisy chauffeurs and hackincn hang
ing about tho entrance. As be reach
ed tho lower floor ho felt a stinging
blow on tho Lack of tho neck ami
turning around ho was lauded nn up
percut on the mouth. Ho saw Cluney
strlko the blow nnd ho was tho only
Individual present nt tho time the
unprovoked nssault was made.
Cluney nok,ed for leniency on tho
plea that ho was drunk. "Marathon"
Nigel Jackson wus a witness cnlled
by Cluney nnd tho fleet footed "Jack"
ndded Ills mite to tho plcturesquo tes
timony. Prosecutor Drown said that Cluney
hnd never nppcarcd In court befoin
nnd taking this fact Into considera
tion Judgo I.ymer fixed n minimum
penalty or firtccn dollars nnd tho
costs of prosecution.
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"Did you over meet Darling, tho
nature man, uuurrnyi-d nnd unadorn
ed, who once perambulated theso
MreetB?" wus tho Inquiry launched
at n South Sea Island native who
was registered nt tho central sta
tion as plain and unadulterated,
Tho man, who had been arraigned
upon n charge of excosslvo Inebriety,
disclaimed any acquaintance with the
once Honolulu wonder, though ho
persisted In claiming Tahiti hb his
place of nativity nnd homo.
"I slipped away from Tahiti about
a )ear ago," ho finally stated In
Kngllsli after several attempts had
been mado to worm out a statement
by tho nlil of ii brilliant galaxy of In
terpreters. "The day that I nrrlved horo. I put
up nt this very same hotel," declined
tho unsophisticated .luck. That tho
Honolulu pollen station wus tint u
uir.ivniin.il' did not dawn upon thu
man until hu had been assessed i
lliio of four dollars ami the insts ami
nidured duwu Imluw to boaul It out.
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horses nccnidlng to (lew-go M. Horn-'
mot, chief of tho animal husbandry
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Dr Rommel pild his compliments
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