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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, September 15, 1914, Page 3, Image 3',
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TIIK GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMHER 15, 1914
I Bishop & Co.
R CAUSES BEEF
UNIVERSAL LUNCH DOX
1Y PERU SUGAR
CR ME RAMPANT I
f Established 18.S9
j c J .
I IIkad Ori'Ki' - HoNoi.n.f
I ' Hr.nciii:s at IIii.o and
PRICES 10 SOAR
PEACE TREATIES MAY REACH COAST
II 111 1 1 or l 1 1 :l II win) lilt.-' Illllill
away from lnunc no child who
remains at school during tin- ihmhi
liniir can he without a I "i.iT.-al
lunch box. Its vacuum hottli:
guarantees n sti'iuniiig Jmt or icy
rulil cup nf tea, mllm i- milk.
Its food drawer with its vcntilat-
inn features assm-rs fresh wln.li-
hiiiih' fond at all films. positively "
the most perfect box known. 4
I'rice .?:.'.'.-) each 5
W. W.Dimond&Co.,Ltd. J
oit-tWS Kiii!: St. Honolulu I
wan m.mr-xn n marea. a wraiw
Paper Bags, Twines,
IN TIIK TKUWTniiY
MAIL (iKIKi; I'lio.Ml'Tl.Y
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Prei & Mgr
E. R. Stackable, formerly collec-1
lor of customs at Honolulu, has!
been made president and manager
of the La Zaculpa Rubber Com
pany in Mexico, the stock of
which is largely owned in the Ha
Great Show Coming!
Exponent of Indian Black Art, presenting
the most weird and unqiue performance
of the present century.
l!.W-$".""- nmuntu anm a
:A,x if- -
WainTeaFIair:3rieay"uid Thursday evenings,
September 1 6 and "17.
Eleele Hall -Friday ''and Saturdayevenings,Septem
ber 18, and 19.
Makaweli Hall Momlayand Tuesday evening;,
Lihue Hall Friday and Saturday, September 25 and
General Admission, 35 cents. Reserved Seats, 50 cents.
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transact a Genrral Nanking
and Exchange Pusiness (
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Intel est allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Hank deposits.
Interest paid on "Hine De
posits at the follow. ng rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 .per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Office Supply Co., Ltf.
IIONOU'LI', T. II.
.4 J J
Agents for tlic
and dealers in Olliee Stationei y
and Filing Systems.
Carry a complete stock of t!.e
( ilolie-Wernicke Filing Cabinets
All repairs on typewriters guaran
menai cmici per former, in
repertoire of latest Amsri
ome and see
;1 Entertainment under direction of
1THE GREATEST OF LIVING
The mm whose shov baffles
Four reel . cf fine pictures and four complete acts
playing t vo ; tights at each pla:3, w'.lh con-plete
changes o urograms.
Ililo, Sept. Id.-- A c.mnv .! i,f
f . , ... i .
I iaiai accidents aim ci lines i,uvc
i stirred Ililo during t lie present
j week. Drownings, murders, at
tempted murders and hold-ups arc
anions the happenings of the .ist
While crossing the flooded guh h
at Kapalema last Monday the two
children of Joseph and Mary ll.i
nae were drowned. Every effort to
save the youngsters was made but
all proved fruitless.
The following day, Tuesday, a
Hawaiian was stabbed !v a Japa
nese at Hakalau and' was immedi
ately removed to the hospital win:.'
he is now dying.
Three Filipinos yesterday he.d
up John Tiada and Manuel Olivic
ra on the government road near
Pepeckeo. Tiada was shot dead
while Oliviera received four bullet
wounds and is in a serious condi
tion. Miss Ommaney, of the new
High School, and mother armed
in the Kinau from Honolulu. They
came to the islands only a few davs
ago from Colorado. The Omnia
neys will make their home, tempo
rarilv at least, with thej C. Dorts.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
All children, 1 5 cents.
JDS. F. I0B1
Aeeordin tu prevailing opinion
at Honolulu, the Inlands are in lor
thigh Kef prieis (;'lm- (it!i everv
; tli:ng eise) in the near future.
The following app ared in the
Advertiser of last Thr.r-d.-.v :
Tiie direcious of the Hawaii
Meat Company, at tlieir meeting
vesterdav, decided to advance the
wholesale price of prime dressed
beef from ten cents to eleven cents
The management Mated to The
.i .i. . . ,
.luveiuser inai uns action w a s
forced by an advance in the prices!
of Australian beef, l'rime Austra-!
lian beef, delivered in cold storage
at this port, costs a minute frac
tion over eleven cents per pound.
California beef cannot be landed
here under fouitcen cents. There
are not ': k ittle in this Terri
tory to supply the local m.nkets
during1 thevvintei months, whon
the rate of consumption increases.
Live cattle on the houf are now
selling in Ch'':go at eleven cents,
the price at which dressed beef
sells here in Honolulu.
Prime dressed carcasses are sell
ing at filteen to sixteen cents in
Chicago. According to the latest
commercial quotations from t h e
mainland files, the cost of beef is
lower today in II iwaii than any
where in the mainland. Latest
Australian (notations shade about
twenty per cent under Hawaiian
wholesale prices, but with the ca
ble cut and transportation inter
rupted it is a ipiestiou how long
beef can be secured from that local
ity at any nice.
GOES TO CROCKETT
The Advertiser, Honolulu, of
last Wednesday contained the fol
lowing interesting information:
Recent developments foreshadow
a complete reorganization of the
sugar trade of Hawaii. With the
final completion of the plans ad
mittedly under way the Crockett
refinery is to be increased to at leas
double its present capacity. This
refinery a n d the Western have
handled over halt of the sugar crop
harvested in the year 1914. If
Worked at .maximum capacity this
plant is now capable of refining
one thousand tons ot sugar daily.
The P. ici lie Coast refiners are get
ting ready to handle double that
The in 'lkc west of Chic; o has
been sin rendered to its rightfu
owners, fie w es ti 1 n beet prod ucers
and raw cane 1 1- f i tiers as a result if
t li e iici-ut i : i.er sta'.e commerce
otiun sr iouer's ' ate decision.
'The Ci'oekeM itfi'KTc is laveov
o.yned bv Hawaiian caital. Ha
waii.iM capital will be forthcoming
to enlarge the capacity of this
plant and eual lc it to prep ire the
entire raw sugar crop for thi n't -
mate cojisumer, tiie ma1' w;:o buvi
white sugar to put in hi.s coffee,
if . ..i" ... .r. . . ...... i . :.
ii ii,nii Muiu ,;:e uii- u
.v.'I i.' : co the divii'.ends l:ud
shan-ho'.o is in Hawaiian ilar.ta
t'ous. I:1 .ddoiou to the r.-hnerv
iofii-, tran -p oi tmg the entire Ha
to one West coast
v. i 1 1 worl
elease of i
a part of the Ann r:.'
stu-.r ll et , w ide': . :is
able V. ill liini 1 1 .a! y
if - I law aiian
o.iu as avail
employ tlif lit
on the Atlantic seaboard v. here
American-owned freighters arc in
great diinand to take over the
South Ametican tr -de 1'i-i.lt
rates are higher on tire Atlantic j
than on the Pacific. Opportunities
for tire extension of ti e Ameiican
export trade are tremendous. Tbi
change in destination of linvvaiiae
sugar cargoes from Nvvv "oi '. to
Crockett is going to work out to
the financial betterment ol a ! '.
The European entanglement lm-
n. i ions,
, ,1 j,,.
iiur hi lore riM it ( arm- in in
tenmlionjl lis "at - which ordinary
resources of iliiM.)-.;;ao- fail to set
tle. The treaties with the il nnini
can Kej)iibl!c and Panama were
held for further consideration.
Treaties ratified are with Nor-
WASH I ' '. , . X Th,
on Tiiir -i'.iv r..!i:i- l 1 ,s i
Pe:,ee ti-ati.s with oi iii r
providing f..r e a:;:i.N- i.!'
way, The Netherlands, Portugal, i induced by the stoppage of pro
Swi'zerland, Ileuui.uk, Italy. Sal- i duction in the beet countries of
vador, ( '.uateniali, Honduras. 1 'Europe, the turning of GieatBri
Nicarag'.ia, P.o'.ivi i, Persia. Costa 'd" for her supply to the West In
Kica. W-iitueia , l'r::-tiav Areu- ' ''ies and South and Central Atneri
tina. iha.ii and Chili . ca. and the granting of lower
Postponement of action on the ' 1'u'i,:t rjtts fro rhe west has
treaty with the Pomsnioatt Re-: n'ist,i' 'Piestion on the Pacific
public was due to the aitemots of : aust of iinporting for. Western
the ft.iled States to settle a revo-
S.. uator I'a'l
I'.-it oipo.-.rt.ion to
ratification of the Panama treaty!
in its -resent
form. I'mkr tiie
. t , slops of that n-
public may pass through tlu canal j
free of toils. Senator Fall urged;
that anv new ew'ivent:,;i should
pnvii.l the po-.s-l.ihtv ot compli
cations arising through arrange
ments between ciii.us of Panama
and those of other countries to
Tiie treaties ratified are general
ly of the same character an.! -co,,e
Thev provide for the establishment
of a n international commiss on
with each count. , lo w hich d;s
putes vvlii.h di)'ii:a;'t!c methods
fail to adjust shall be referred for
investig.nion and P. port, and the
parties to the tr .oi.s agree not to
declare war on or begin li istilities
during such, invi -'dgatien and b--fore
the rejiort is sabinitted.
The duration ot the treaties is
limiic i to lice vears. The con-
l-.l'"!:vo !.oti s :;-i. ,,,( lii.tn-., I,,-
the finding of tacts made bv the
the international commission, but
each lesei ves the right to act inde
pendently Upon li t dispute atter
the report of the commission shall
Treaties with Salvador, (luate
mala. Panama, Honduras, Nicara
gua and Persia contained a provi
sion, which the filiate eliminated.
Pimu.i.g mi. ii i i. e eouraciing
parties agree not to increase their
naval or mditarv pio-tauts unless
possibility ol ai trick iioi.i a i hi rd i
power should compel such in. -l ease, 1
pending icpoit of the international
ei 'Piini.-s;, n .
Tl.e c " i
Uo ; l:i:i: n'
,:v..u on.r ol
to ! now e.
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S: Mir d i . s ngo t he .nlv.s re-
port, i! t i'k o-i the co i -t import
in.'-' sugar fr..ni J'eru to meet the
ih. m.ind over there, it being claim
ed that Uie supply from the beet
factories and Hawaii was insuffi
ci'-nt tor the market. The follow
ing from San I-'rancisio explains
San Francisco Cal., Sept. 6 - -The
scarcity of sugar it. the east,
'uut'ncan SMar ntctls trom 1 cru'
i nis is me nrst time that sucli a
proposal has been seriously con
'ei. . i ... . .
sidered in California,
I csteul.iy this matter was re
: ported in the San Francisco Ex
aminer, wlncli saul:
'For the first time in the his
tory of San Francisco an inquiry
is under wav to decide whether or
not it is feasible io import Peru
vian sugar The refiners recoRttize
the fact that with the lowering of
the transcontinental freight rates
on refined sugar from the coast
more sugar will be required than
California and Hawaii can produce
and that more sources of surplv
for raw sugar must be sought.
"Peruvian sugar offered in this
market might b e called refined
elsewhere, but this countrv de
mands an absolutely white sugar,
while the Peruvian product is cream
colored and retains much of the
"With the formation of export
ing companies in prospect, made
up of half a dozen concerns, the
problem o f financing customers
in South America is likely to be
. . ,
A program-meeting of the Ha
waiian Historical Society has been
c died by the secretary. Miss Elsie
Wilcox, to take place in the Lihue
, , ;,,r .,, ,. , fi.c,i., r
4.'IL,I , (11 ( . JVJ I'. 111. . 11.11 J.IU, Vl
this week. An inU-restiirt; hour is
in store for all members who may
Si;i)er:n'eudent Morrow is endea
voring to get all of the principal
telephones of Lihue ou indiridual
le:cs. Poisons l aving tliPSf indi-
id n ils will be sav ed the bother of
other persons cutting in on the
son' circuit, 'id :h.- liu.iovetuetj.t
i that respect will b. very great.
A sm dl
t lc illi'li V
extra charge u ma. It for
..In il iii!--.
sv oru i '
as po.icc comniissiouc r in a
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