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MONMM.Y, OKU. 21, IBM.
iIiiIIikmicph iiro in opnnition in
iimiiy qunrlora which, if ivou
grout howl to, might almost bo ox
pocti'd to Btnmpi'do invoHtmont in
ugnr cano oultivntion. Lending
liritiuh inventors inWVttllndiiisitg
nr nrt', or woro lutoly, coiiHideiiug
Urn iidvimibilily of nuking the Col
ouml Ullico to Imvo a cumtninriion
tout to thu West ludios tu inijptiro
iuto tho critical condition of tho
sugur iudnntiy. Whilo Mr.
Lubbock, ho.id of tliu priu
viptil Wo-t L ml i u HUnr compuny, i
thiuku tho proposed cominiraion
-HOIIItl lilt V O HO lllVcl, llw UlUitH tho
Untiili govornuiont to tnki some
actiou, in conjutictiou with Home
other countries, for roguhiting the
production of sugar. llo bays
that 'Jormiiuy and Austria are
qnito prepared to outer iuto uti in
ternational agreement with that
end in view.
CommentiiiL' on tho proposal to
Bond a commission to tho West
Indies, tho JSau Francisco Oliroui
cle uiijsi '"that course migtit bo ad
Titmblo if tlio trouble could bo
laid to iii3ectd, high pricod
labor or tho process of
giuiding, but the l!iviruinnt
is well aware that cuae nourishes
as of old iu Jamaica and tho other
islands thereabout", that wngos
liuvt not boon raised uud that the
product of thu mills retains its
quality." Tho Chronicle goes on
to attribute tho' sugar depression
to economic causes, hh) iug that
"four years ago it was porfootly
evident w hat would happen to tho
cauo sugar iuduBtry everywhere"
It gives tho figures of increase in
boot sufir, along with decrease iu
cane Migar production, and con
cludes thus: "Heuco it ueods no
learned commission to determine
why the sugar busino-'s does not
flourish on tho Spanish main.
Any one can soo that it is bocauso
euno Hiig.ir is getting out of date
aud beet sugar, as a product of
equal or hotter quality, lower
price and a far wider area of pro
duction, in taking its place. "
Tho San Francidco Call cites
two interesting fncts. Spcakor
Jleed hod appealed to tho Duluth
chamber of commerco for a vigor
ous Bupport of a roveuuo bill be
fore Congress this winter. A re
port itqiied by tho Doptulmetit of
State showed that the migar sup
ply of tho world this year would
le one of the largcbt over known,
'i'he Call takes it that tho revonuo
jaoasuro in question is tho Ding
ley bill, and it strongly objects
to that as providiug no protection
for American sugar. It points
out that tho issue is ono of parti
cular importance to California,
with its great boot sugar enter
prises aud prospects for their
It is the opinion of tho Bulle
tin1 tJio,t tho present ascoiulouoy
of boot siigur is iu a groat dogruo
wtifioinl. Tho ovor-prod notion in
duced by pain poring tho beet bu
gnr industry iu Europe or Amer
ica either if that country rovortB
to the system, must before long
vork its own rornody. There is
no iiDbunince of popular support
for any length of time, iu tho
countries paying bounties, to a
yetnin that is Biioh a glaring and
Iaroficeil scheme of robbing Peter
to pay l'unl. Besides, tho impotuB
that pysMin gives io production iB
not likely to spend itself until it
will be a enso of beet beating boot
down as Vi'oll as cane in tho world's
markets. "When the pinch oonios,
as como it will, tho manufacturer
will begin to cinch tho growor.
JOeet is likely as soon to bo stnm
podod as cano by tho influences of
Iho present situation. Largo pro
file from beot culturo in Oalifor-
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iiiin will, lii Hib iinturnl imamo of
tlit industry in Hint uouulry with
roemllM that will give oimo nugnr n
rocurroneo of its periodical good
innings. Hawaiian sugar survived
the deprivation of American pro
tootion wrought by tho MoKinloy
Act, nnd Hint iu n period of low
prices Having done so it will
not be stampeded by tho no worso
intliionoim that now monnce it iu
common with tho product of other
cano growing countries. Thoro is
always, moreover, the saving
clause that low prices will Induce
increased consumption. Pro
quently it tins happened in tho
past that a low Htate of tho mnrkut
had passed away whilo an increas
ed crop in Hawaii una coming to
According to au item nhionhore,
somebody is going to tiy salmon
brooding iu those islands. Kauai
is probably the only islund hnving
rivers suitable for tho habitat of
aomnys avoion nali.
IIIKliriick'n l'filnllncn mid ItrNldfiire
LC n( KmpxIiiiIii.
Auctioneer Morgan had a busy
time of it this morning with tuo
auction milos on hand.
At tho Hi at ho wild twenty
threo p-cturos by D H. Ilitoli
cck, the looil itil'-t. Pricos
r iiiged fr-m $8 to ?,'J5 and $-10
Fivo of the pU'tuinB w ie with
d i aw n previous to tho inlo, hav
ing boon disp iied f privately.
Tne foituiiiite bidduvs wero J.
Cssuly, 1. C. .Tonus., IT. W.itor
honso, E A. .lonos, J F Hack
fold. 1V il. Iluiid, A F JuiM.S.
Parkor, Ed Tow ho, Theo. Rioh
nrds, W. H. Cnuvvol aud C. F.
At noon Mr. Morgm disposed
of ninety-to lots at Kiijmliiilu,
adjoiiiing Knjioliini piirk. Too
lots weio 50x100 ft-ot a ud brought
pneos mnging fiom .i'4.9 to S"0
each according to I c.ition. Those
Siroliasieg wen Loo Chu, T.
unuossy, Kaimunokn, S. W.
Kokinoo, J. jjnnrp, Guoigo Itn
diek, V. W.-ltors, F. Lealra, Ed.
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ximvou .iiiii xiiur xiii?uau.
G. R. Harrison, prncticnl piano
maker and tuner, can furnish tho
host factory reforenco. Ollico,
Fort street, opposite Catholic
school. Telephouo '234. -M'2 and
100. Orders promptly attended
Auction tittles by Jus. F. Murijan.
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
This - Evening
Barber Wanted !
Tu curry favor, and unlti tnvlo tar ILicin
Hulvcs, ccrtalu jicrenns linvc circulated, ttiat
tho City Feud Stoiu IMI'OUTS NO (JOODd.
Tlic abuse la only donu to ilrprcclato our
business to tho lnteiert of tlielr. We ivleh
to state Hint our HILLS OF LADING at our
More i-peal; for tliemsvlves mid llmt we null
a gaud i;oods a any In our line of Ijuslnets,
mid m low :i t lie lowest.
OITV FEKI) RTOHB.
L. II Uup Si Co.
Honolulu, II. I. -tSU.'-iw
gilSMM J)liiUm. JJlMIMIJMPJt l. MRU.
CARir AN,D D,UGGY JIAR-
Last week we cnlcrtaincd
the public with a list of a few
of the articles we have in stock
suitable for Christmas aud
New Year's gifts. This week
we have got an economical
slreak on, on account of taxes
being due and the water rates
for next year being needed in
advance. We take it for grant
ed that everyone else is in the
same boat, and hence en
deavor to show people how
they can save a little money,
at least enough to buy some
thing to put in the children's
stockings next Thursday night.
You can save money by buy
ing from us:
Cart and Buggy Harness
neat, light, strong and cheap, all
prices from $$.$0 to $35.00
Dump Cart Harness and
Boston Team Horse Collars.
Welt Horse Collars.
Something new. Dash
boards lor Brakes and Carts,
three sizes, all ready to fix on.
Good assortment of Chamois
Skins, Horse Brushes, Dandy
Brushes, Mane Combs, Halter
The celebrated Whitman Bit,
the best Riding Bit out.
A new invoice of Horse
Clippers, Carriage and Riding
If you want to go out driving
after dark, buy a Dietz Dash
Lantern 3 for a $1.00 and save
a $5.00 fine.
If your taste is more expen
sive we can sell you a Dietz
Driving Lantern for $4.00.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Oppoaito Bprockolo' linnk,
NO. 307 FOKO'- STKT3ET.
MortgagcVs Krtltt of Ztttanltt to
I'crcdcto anA of Salo,
In ntioordiinoo ith the piovi
sloiis of llml ucrtuljt mprlune"
.,).. by K0NAI.IC MAIIKIIAM.
widow, in O. 1. liMMlSDN,
dnled A"lHl flth, lrH2, nnd uIho
in ncontdmicn with tho provision!
ol that iitltlitlot.nl olinrpc to tho
said iikiiIu'.' inmlo by snld Ko
mile Marklnitii to suid hmmuois,
dated Oot. 18, 18D2, the original
iiHirtrio hmui! of u'coid in the
H"iiHtor Olliue, Oiilm, in l.iliur
HID, pp 17-1 -0, nnd suid uiiililioti
al ohni;e in ljibr 1II8, pp. ;i()2-i,
"lnoli iikii !"(!' m.il ill tl'inal
olnifne Mitiliil i Imvo Inn i duly
nsHined hy hiiid IiuiorH'ii toil. A
,M .fo in, n.iliee irt lutieby jjivtin
timt siid assign-u iutoti.ls to,fiiri
iiO'i' tlio suuo fur ih dit,iun
luokon, iianiilv tin iiiui-tM,vmiit
of hoth iri.,ctp;il, iniurcHt ,u,d
taXfH witon duo.
Motiuo is liUewise tiv'ti Ihl
nfter Vhei xpiriilMn of thii- oiks
from this tl.to the proneity cv
eiiul by said mortiio ill be
ndvurtned tr sale mid ib be
sold (it public auction ,it tho auc
ttuii mo. lib of J is K. Mnif;au,
Mounliilii, on Tuesdiy, January
2litli, J8i)7, ul 1!2 o'alnuk imou of
For fui'lhor part'oubunnpply to
J. A. MAGOON,
As'Rueoof said Moitgn h.
.Dal-d ILmoliilu, Pmo. 'Jlsl. 181)0.
Tin .roiity t be hold is hh
All that corliiin laud and pio
tuiROx Hittiuto at ICnlihi, Oihti,
dot-enbed iu Roysi! 1'iitont 079,
Lind Ciinmispi hi Awmd 1200 to
Halekii, cuiiiuiiiiiig.m urea of two
nnd 7 -100 acren;
And also nil the 1 md situate at
Kalihi nforo'iiid desciihed in
Itnyul Pntout 1265, Laud Com
mission Awiud' 1205, containing
an nroti of 55 100 of an iicro.
Ternm Cash (Sold coin of U.
S. ol America. Di oils at expense
of purchaser. -189-td
Mortgagee's Notico of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Balo.
in accordance with tho provi
fiionH of that ceittiin mor'gMgn
m-ido by GKOltGB "WOND and
HATT1E K. VOU hie wife, to
lCmmii M. Nakuina, dated S' pt.
30, 1891, mid recorded in tho lte
j!iHter Ollico, Oiilm, in libor 12 ,
pagoH doO and -101, whiun
mortpipe has been duly iiHPignod
by B.iid Emmn M N kttinii tu Mifift
AfneB Mclntyre, notico iH hereby
g vou tli nt tho tiBHigiiee of Haid
iiiiirtiigu inteudK to foreohiHO the
simo for condition br.koi,,t wit,
tho nun puymi'iit of both priuci
p.il, interest mid tnxeu when due.
Notice is likewise given that
nflor the 'Xiiir.itioiiot threo wco'oi
fro ii tliiH duto tho propel ty cover
ed by en id mmtgago will bo ntl-vertim-d
for Halo ii'.d will b sold
at public aiiotuiii at tho auction
rooniB of W S Luce, llmi.tiuln,
on Widno-day. Juinmry 27. 1897,
tit 12 o'cl ick uorn of that iluv
For further purtioiil.iri updv (o
J A. Magoon, attorney for MiBH
MISS AGNES McINTYRB,
AhHigueo of mortgngo.
DiM Honolulu, Do. 21, 1897.
Tho property to be sold is a
All tliOHfi cortiin urerniHOH Hitu
ate in Knili plnco, ICnlihi, Hono
lulu, more piirtiuularly described
as Lota No. 11 and 12 upon a man
or diiigram of tho witnc, rocordod
in liber 120, on folioH;391 uud S92,
iu the Haw.iiian Ilogister of Con
voyflucon, the tolal aron of paid
promiHen in 12,915 square foet,
tuoro or loB.
Tonus Cash Gold coin of tho
United Stales of America. Leeds
at oxpenso of purchaser. 489 td
Written applications for bIiiuos of tho
cniiitiil Htei'k lu tho
OAflU K (JO.
KliimUl bo iiimlo to tbo undeiHluiifid with.
la tea iluyn from (Into. Ah tlio iletiiiiml
wlH irol)nlily ho in uxcchh at tho number
of Hluirt'H to bo IhhiiciI, such upjillcationH,
in ttio ovout of tholr holtirj for nn oxcom
of hhaica. wi'l bo tiled pro Mtn.
11 I? DHJilNGIIAM.
Oiihu lnilvay und Luiul Compuny, llono
tionolulii, Doo. 17, 180(1,
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Okkioki "HH Meiiilmnt hlrcft, Onmiibul)
liloolc veiir ot J. O. UKiloi' oIUuh,
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The MiDnficW Sbne
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To Hiipply your vwuitH in iien' uriiiHhiufi Goodn vitli tho
moat comploto nnd uhoiooHf ntoek wo Imvo over hud before tho
public. If you mo iu doulit uh to what you would liko io
presont to your friendH or lelationn, lot uh hiiow you over our
goodH, und you will Hitrnly lind Komothing mibnt.inti.1 nnd j'or
vieeable, that will gladden thi I enttHof thowo who i.ceive I hum.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collara and CuffH, JJandkeiehief)', l-ilk, Jdnon or Cotton,
plain or printed; Sunpen urn eitlier Silk or Cotton;
DroBH ShirtH, Nogligeo, SliirlH aud Night Kobea,
3ICaJ;s ci.tli.or Slt ir irn wt far Kotx ow.d Jlayti
Smokiiig Jaokotn, Panama IJatM, I'uggareoH iu nmnv dq.
HigiiH; Codar aud Cuir HuttouB, JJosom Studn, Sloovo
IjiukH, 13oyH Shirt Vnifit,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Mem and Boys
VnlihcH and Hand Jingp, mxiio vary nico one in Alii
gator; nnd a great many other things.
Qorni' of Vvt nnd Mrrchni it Sts-
bantu Claus is oxtruiucly
fond of recoiviiiii letteH fr.in
tho little ours. Ho generully
ofl'ors a vuluiiblo pri.o ofnoino
kind to wull bulmvud children
nnd thin yeir ho Iiub notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who nrn to
uct as his agents here, to oiler
in his name a beautiful French
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him tho moat
original letter. Any little ono
under ten years of ngi may
compote for the doll which ia
suro to bo highly prized by
tho lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity,
Brush tho cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and writo tho old
gcntlomnn a nico lcttor; some
thing difl'oront from anything
you havo ever written bofore.
You may ask your papas and
matutLiis how to spoil tho
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, now!
Lettors may bo mailed in tho
lottor box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 0 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov,
28th, and -12 o'clock noon of
December 24th, tho day boforo
The doll will bo on exhibi
tion in ono of thoir largo show
windows during tho abovo
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of tho letters received
will 1)0 deoiclod upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
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3)eIuvH ant noi iilwnvH ilan-
(rnna lil u.it.. .w I, ,l.n .,.
i fcrnry notwitiHliHJiiK. If tlio
Aluiwidu had not boon delayed
in JJiui J'Vuncihco the jist trip,
wo would have been without
our enlorged stock of Sterling
silver ware und our customers
would havo Jmd to limit thoir
But now vo iioyu the goods,
and they are iv-udy for your
inspection, vcudy to bo bent
homo to you. This Inst in
voice is from tho celebrated
Whiting Silver Company, and
tho prices are" so low I hut it is
cheaper in the Jong run than
poytor, Tbo asijortuionfc om
prist's everything, from an or
dinary buttor pick to it food
pusher. Wo mention tho latter
as though it wab a common
every day affair, but it's not
If you are interested read
this partial list and romombor
that tho materiul of which tho
cases are mode is tho finest,
Sardine Sorvors silk case,
4.0f; Child's Set, knife, fork
and spoon in handsome coso,
90,(50; Pio Knives in case,
$10.20; Cako Knives in silk
cose, $11,05; Buttor Knives in
kid caso, $1,7.1; Picklo Forks,
silk caso, $.1,70; Sugar Spoons,
silk caso, $!),00; Sugar Tongs,
silk coso, $( 40; Bon Bon
Tongs, kid case, .?4.20; Napkin
Kings, from 3 1 15 to $4.20;
Brandy Kiasks, Fruit Knives,
Tea, Dessert, Table aud Soup
Spoons; Dessert, Tablo and
Fish Forks; Buttor Dishes-
without covors; Silver Broad
and Bultor Flaton; Knife
KishIh, Buttor Picks and
Sprondors, Oyster Korku, fnh
and Dessert Knives, Coffee,
Salt and Mustard SpooiiH,
Storo opon evenings,
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