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The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, April 04, 1916, Image 6

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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY APRIL 4, 1916
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WILLETT a GRAY
SUGAR
MARKET
Th xiie following are extracts from
were the latest report of Willett & Gray,
they the New York sugar experts:
long, Influenced by a steady and con-
were tinuous demand for refined sugars,
to tin both locally and for export, the
Ye tnarket has continued stropg and
a Boc advancing,
with Last week cost and freight quota
four tions wtre 4?gc for prompt, 4l 2c
artic for April and 4! 2c for May ship
moui nient. The strength of the mar
he w ket is shown in the fact that the
wila advances made were in eighths,
one I say from 5 39c to 5.52c to 5 64c to
skid: 5,77c to 5.89c, or totaling an ad
that vance of 50 points for the week
now Porto Ricos sold March 16 at
lot 5.64c, an advance of 37 points.
Philadelphia paid 5.71c for Porto
her, Ricos.
niy Full-duty sugars have also been
01 active and at advancing prices, last
sales being at 4?4c c. i. f. New
York.. Perus and San Domingos
comprise the chief sales.
fr. . . . f
jq v 'j.imoiiu me recent saies 01 raws
V ere purchases by European opera-
ors 01 n.uuu tons cunas tor im-
lediate, March and April ship-
, ments to cover purchases of granu-
UC 1.1 . rr, ,
iaiea ior export. 1 ne prices paici
for these raw sugars were 5.72c
5.72c and 5,77c.
At the close the market was very
strong, with sales at 5.8c for
March and April Cubas, and with
holders asking 6.02c for any posi
tion. The Atlantic port figures con
tinue to show large meltings (70,
000 tons) and with receipts onlv
about sufficient to cover the melt
ings (72,526) the refiner's stocks
are notable to increase materially
Foreign Situation
Our regular monthly cable gives
Java exports in February of 45,
000 tons, all to Asiatic ports. The
latest exports to Europe were in
October, 1915.
Belgium production of the 1915
16 campaign is placed at 120,000
tons, while the stock at the end of
the campaign year is placed at a
bout 53,000 tons together 173,000
tons, whereas requirements are
figured about 200,000 tens. The
deficit could be imported from
Holland, but the Dutch export
values are above the maximum
prices allowed in Belgium by the
German authorities.
France has arranged to pay beet
factories $9.65 (at the par of ex
change) per ton for beets tor the
coming campaign.
In Russia only fifteen of the
fifty-four beet factories are in
Hv MABGUP-WIIj CLARK 1
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By Edith Barnard Delano
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six'oxi) i;k; chaitki; licilli: love
"THE GIRL OF MYSTERY"
A Thrilling lv;mi:i f all Tim.-
"HEARST SELIG NEWS
THE WOULD LEFOliE VOIR EVES
To be shown at the regular places
Makaweli, Wednesday, April 5th, Eleele, Thursday, Waimea,
Friday, Lihue, Saturday, Koloa, Monday.
SHOW COM.MEXt IX(i AT 7::;n SlJAlM' EXCEI'T ON SATl'ItHAVS.
Prices
By
working order, and the production
of these fifteen factories is less
than one-quarter of the usual an
nual consumption.
Cuban Trade Bullish
The weekly cabled figures were
bullish, receipts being 134,049
tons or 24,830 tons less than those
of last week. The total exports,
57,854 tons, were comparatively J
small, 13,326 tons being consign
ed to Europe, and according to
Mr. Himley, 12,000 tons to New
Orleans, leaving only 42,528 tons
for the United States Atlantic
ports, which is only about one
half a week's meltings-at the rate
that the Atlantic refiners have been
working lately.
Stocks in the Island are increas
ed considerably, in consequence,
and now stand at 535,350 tons,
against 384,000 tons last year.
On March 13 there were 183 cen
trals grinding, compared with 174
corresponding date last year. Vis
ible production to March 11 was
1,373,460 tons, against 964,715
1 tons last year and 1,177,352 tons
in 1914.
Latest cable advices covering
the weather in the Island fot the
week state that rains have occur
red in the western province, which
is more favorable than the pre
viously existing dry weather con
ditions. 4f
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THE EARL
Sir Edward George Villiers
has been mentioned tor the war
succeed Lord Kitchener.
THIS WKKK S l'ROGKAM
Daniel Frohman
Presents
MARGUERITE CLARK
MAI5V riCKl'OKD'S ONLY
VAL IX A NOVEL DliA.MA
of enters 1.1 11:
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STILL WATERS"
10
25
W. A. FERNANDEZ
HILO'S OFFICERS' CLUB.
An officers club of the command
ers of the 2nd Infantry was orga
nized last week, with Colonel J.
D. Easton elected as its president.
Captain Allan Rowatt was elected
secretary and treasurer, Major
Morehead, Captain Caceres and
Lieutenant Cushingham were ap
pointed as a committee to draft
rules, regulations, by-laws and a
constitution. It is the intention
of the officers to later secure a club
toom, but for the present head
quarters will be made at the arm
orv. Much of the club's activities
will be devoted to arranging and
inspiring social affairs for the en
tertainment of the officers and their
friends.
Hawaii Herald.
Steamers To Arrivr
Date Name from
April 4 Lurline San Francisco
4 Thomas Manila
10 Logan Manila
11 Wilhclmina San Francisco
11 Yen turn syaney
Steamers To Depart
Date Name For
Aor.4 ShinyoMaru SanFrancisco
4 Thomas San Francisco
4 Great Northern San Francisco
5 Matsonia
10 Logan
11 Ventura
11 -Lurline
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
San Francisco
OF DERBY.
Stanley, the 17th Earl of Derby, who
portfolio in the British cabinet, to
7 -iZS-l&K.
30 cents
I I TUB ClRCt tT Cot'RT O F TlIK
Fifth Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers in Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Jane R. Gay, deceased.
A Document purporting to be
the Last Will and Testament of
Jane R. Gay, late of Makaweli,
Island of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, deceased, having on the 31t
day of March, 1916, been present
ed to said Probate Court, ruid a
petition for probate thereof, pray
ing for the issuance of Letters
Testamentary to Francis Gay, Au
brey Robinson and Alice Robin
son, all of Makaweli aforesaid,
the Executors and Executrix res
pectively named in said Will, hav
ing been filed by the said Francis
Gay, Aubrey Robinson and Alice
Robinson,
It is ordered that Friday the
5th day of May, 1916. at 9:30 o
clock A. M. of said day, at the
Court Room of said Court at Lihue,
Kauai, aforesaid, be and the same
is hereby appointed the time and
place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
Dated, March 31st, 1916.
(Seal)
(Sgd) Lylb A. Dickey.
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
Attest:
(Sgd) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii
Holmes & Olson, attorneys for
Petitioner.
April 4-11 18-25
TENDERS MACADAMIZING
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, Kauai,
will receive bids up to 10 o'clock
A, M. of April 5th for furnishing
all labor, tools, materials and ma
chinery and macadamizing three
and three-fourth miles of road fiom
the village of Kalihiwai to Prince
ville stables in the District of Ha
nalei. All proposals must be occom
panied by a certified check cover
ing 5 of the amount bid. The
usual bond will be required of the
successful bidder.
On receipt of $5.00 the under
signed will furnish specifications
with full particulars.
J. H. Moragne,
County Road Supervisor.
Mar. 14-21-28 April 4.
TENDERS WATER PIPE
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihue, Kauai,
will received bids up to 10 o'clock
a. m. of April 5th for furnishing
6200 feet of two inch Galvanized
Water Pipe delivered at Port Allen.
Proposals must be accompanied
by a certified check covering 5
of the a,mount bid. The weight
of the pipe offered must be stated
in the proposal.
J. H. Moragne
County Road Supervisor.
Mar. 14-21-28 Apr. 4.
Souvenirs
We neatly pack and mail
Hawaiian Sua vein rn.
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Co.
HONOLULU.
French Laundry
. J. ABADIE,
Proprietor.
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Largest Cleaners and Most
Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
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Dry Cleaning.
High Class Work.
Quick Delivery.
Laundry Returned by
Parcels Post
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
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777 King Street
Honolulu
Everything for
Lawn and Garden j
Hose - Sprinklers
All Kinds of Garden Tools
Also Mechanics Tools for Every Trade
Lewers&
Lumber and Building Materials.
S. OZAKI
WAIMEA
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
When You Come To Honolulu
Or ship freight from or to the City, you require the ser
vices of Reliable Expressmen. We meet all steamers from Ka
uai and are prepared to respond promptly to calls from Kauai
people at the hotels or elsewhere, or to carry out orders by mail.
Mail instructions just as good as personal interviews. Give us
your orders and we will do the rest.
We are backed by our reputation for promptness and re
liability. ,
THE RELIABLE TRANSFER COMPANY,
M. E. Gomes, Jr. Proprietor, Honolulu.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and .
STOCKS and BONDS
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
and rents
Fort and Merchant Sts.
CRISCO
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Making
Frying
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Shortening
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Cale Maying
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Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings ci
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced
cakes stay tresn ana
Grill! Uttlf n 1MT A W ,t i nsi
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Itiiitiflt Self- 1T1A M-dM.KMU. f- VV A foilH
PEROxnSsx
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11 insure dehvery to an antigepUc
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M P x s p soap, made for V
J ,nd t0 relam. " XT 2 and general
A it's original T .... purpobeg. f
delicate perfume. ' ...
...... , For Sale at Has a most pleasing
Made in he clean- ie ai effect on delicate skin,
est most sanitary fact- IjhnSfnrP beside, making it
ory in the world. LUIUe OlOfe healthy and clean.
MAX GREENBAUGH
Manufacturers' Agent
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
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Cooke, Ltd. j
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Honolulu
cake-
and
moist longer.
HONOLULU
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P. O. Box 524

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