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THE DEMAND FOR FANCY WORK HAS
DO TOU LIKE CUEEY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as made by us is prepared after the Origina1
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients.
&- t;ry it
mm. SMITH & GO,
527 Fort Street,
Prime, Pat and Juicy.
Cold Storage Turkeys,
HcirgYeshly Killed Turkeys
Come and See Them
TELS., 326 and 2. 21 KAAHUMA'NU' ST,
"Yewrca., "Wo3ctlx l5o. per ""STcfcirciS
ENGLISH WHITE COTTON DRESS GOODS in the newest patterns
WHITE VICTORIA LAWNS 60o, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 piece.
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS 40 inch wide at 35c a yard.
FRENCH FLANNELS in Persian Patterns.
MADRAS CURTAINS 2.75, 3.00, 3.50, 3.75, 4.60, 4.75, 5.00 a
LADIES LINEN HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS 1.75, 2.00
BEEN LARGE, WE HAVE
INCREASED SUGAR SUPPLY
INTERENTINU I'IGUKES COMPILED
IIY KUftSIAX ABTIIOItlTIlS.
While Cnbn'a Output Continue.
Dluitulali, the Product of the
World la Uroitlug.
Washington, D. 0., Nov. 18.
This year's raw-sugar Bupply of
tho world surpasses that of 1895.
Tho official statistics recoived at
tho Department of State from
Oousul-Gonoral Karol at St. Pot
ersburg show this. From his ro
port it appears that tho shortago
which Russia suffered this year
in tho wheat and rice crop will be
moro than made up by tho in
creased beet-sugar production and
this inoreaso is common to other
The committeo of Russian min
isters officially determines for
each period of production the
quantity of sugar to be turned out
by tho sugar factories for the
homo market, which this year was
flxed at over 600,000 tons, an ex
cess over last year of over (50,000
tons, and tho Ministry of L'inauco
has concluded to lower tho prices,
Tho improvement is in boot cul
tivation and this yotir's excellent
harvest, tho now price boing S2.
39 per pood of 36,112 pounds,
acainst $2.44 last year. Tho offi
cial estimates of tho world's raw
sugar product for this year is as
follows: Production of beet sugar,
4,950,000 tons; production of caue
sugar, 'J.boo.UUU tons; stock on
baud, 1,150,000 tons; total, 8.7G5,
000 tons. Last yoar the corres
ponding total was 8,290,020 tons.
Tho estimated consumption for tho
onsuing yoar is placed at 7,310,
Tho export from Cuba, the
principal producer of enno sugar,
is estimated at 400,000 lone, and
probably will not reach tbat
In tho season of 1895-9G Cuba
furnished tho world's market with
392,790 tons; in 1894-95 with
STILL ON HAND
754,402 tons; and in 1893-94 with
These injures, tho report claims.
bIiows what an iniluenco tho in
surrection in Cuba has on tho
sugar industry, aud this will bo
felt for Bomo time, for even if tho
difficulties Bhortly coaso tho
Cuban production could not
quickly riso to tho former figures
on account of tho destruction of
II HU AT IIANA.
The Ntoro and Adjoining CottnucN To.
tnlly Destroyed Z,nt Tuoiduy.
About 3:30 on tho morning of
Tuesday, Decembor 8th, tho cot
tago adjoining tho liana store
building was discovered to bo
on faro. Tho alarm was given but
tho ilames Bprend to tho storo and
two other cottages, which wero
Tho store was owned by Grin
bauni & Co. (f this city and man
aged by N. Omsled, who also acts
as postmaster. Thoro was no
mail in tho office, it having been
sent oil tho night before.
Tho total loss is estimated at
about S10.000, partly covored byll
An Otliors Sco l'i.
Professor Albert Ivoobole, tho
distinguished entomologist, re
turned from tho Hawaiian Isl
ands yesterday. Whilo down
thero ho saved tho orange trees
and grapovines from destruction
and eradicated tho scalo that was
killiug the coffee plants. S. F.
'II io IjtirjrcHt naorlt3.
Tho largest majority evor given
to a candidate lor Congress was
that received in Pennsylvania by
Jim Young, tho noted newspaper
mau, and now political parties
that wish to put up sure winners
will know from what class to take
thom.-S. F. Call.
A largo consignment of Pi of.
HenBhaw's beautiful platinotypos
wero received by tho Clauclino to
day. Tho iinest thing in tho
photographio lino evor soon
new and Prettv Patti
at your option, 15, 12, 10,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
So many things are adver
tised by denlors as suited to
tho wants of persons who de
light in giving during tho
Christmas season. Nearly
every merchant or manufac
turer advertises that his wares
suitable for Christmas; it
doesn't mako any difteronco
whether it is a needle case or
a 12 ton roller. Wo differ from
most merchants because we
believo our stock contains tho
only usoful articles fit to bo
put in a stocking. In these
fin do sicclo times when Santa
Claus has ceased in the minds
of anyono abovo a four year
old, useful and beautiful pre
sents are selected. Whore is
tho Miss of fifteon who would
not rather have a set of China
in her stocking than a wax
doll? Wo have sots or single
pieces fit to graco any table
beautiful Eronch Waro with
But our stock of Cut Glass
is what wins tho Indies. Com
petition in this lino of goods
has brought tho price down
with us to a trifle above cost
it is clmnp enough now to go
into tho homes of tho poor.
Wo liavo everything in the
line Popper and Salts, Oils,
Vinegar, Asparagus Dishes,
Rost Bowls, Butter Tubs,
i. T. WATERHOUSE
8, 6, 5 yards for $1.00.
BpecUl attention given to diseases if ilo
eye and car.
Walannenno Ave. near Court House. tfi.Ttl
(Physician -:- and -:- Surgeon
Beaidenco next toll. W. Schmidt,
Ea., Berotauin street
SDNliltr. Diseases of Efe Ear, Nose and TtiiU
DR. C.l. PPTERSOH
.... BEMOVED TO ....
No. 28 Emma Stret-i.
Office Dourai 8 to 10 n. m , 2 t. I aud
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 7S2. 407 -iu
DR, BERT. F. BDRGESS,
.Physician and Surgeon
Houri: 8:30 to 10 a. m , 1:30 to
4 p. in., and 7 to 8 p. in, . . .
U6 Punchbowl etrcet or U:i Mlllti -n.it,
Honolulu, Oabu. 4 , 't
I. MORI, M. DM
Office: Corner Fort nnd Kukm hIu.
Koeidonoo, Arlington IloU 1.
Hours: 7 to 8:30 u m; 4 to S:.10 p m, Bit.
nrday and Sunday, 1 to 5 p in. Tul oHj.
G-eo. EC. Huddv,
D. D. S.,
632 Fort Street. Hours from 0 i. i. to
4 p. a. 4, --ti
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
HoUl Htreet, Arliugtou Cottngo.
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