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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 1, 1897.
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Will bo recoivod at tho Offico
oE tho Attoruoy-Gonoral for pub
lishing and binding, tho English
nnd Hawaiian Versions of tho
Compiled Laws nnd also tho
English nnd llnwniinn Versions
of tho l'onnl Lnws.
'Teudora will bo received up to
'12 .o'clook noon, on Tuesday, tho
(Uh of April. Specifications o
work mid copy inny bo seen nt tho
Tho Attornoy-Goneral does not
bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
Attorney General's Ollico.
HENltY E. COOPER,
Atturiioy-Goiieriil ad interim.
March 30, 1SJ7. 571-.1t.
r; Euer?ii)c Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAM. EJUor
TIIUItSDAY, APIUL 1, 18!)7.
THE SUGAR BEET.
lu the Sugar Beet, published at
Philadelphia, for March the lead
ing 'articlo is on "Americau and
Enropimu Hoot Cultivation." Jt
points oat ono cause of (he failures
in th industry, which hnvn bap
penod in the United States, as
"the pi'taihlenro of f,irnnrs
in adhering to their own
views in methods of agri
culture, which are in runny cases
very practical, but certainly not
scientific. Intensive farming in
the West unquestionably is a new
dopaituie' for the rural popula
tion, and thero' aio principles
which theyinust liRleu to fiom
tho utart and not ncquue nltor
yearb ) oxporionce."' The same
dilliculty appeared in Europe, but
was laigely got over, in some cases,
by tho factories stipulating that
a qualified superintendent should
direct tho cultivation. Fanners
iu the United Stales have been
discouraged by tho unsatisfactory
results of beet taising undertaken
on the strength of misleading data
obtained undir exceptional aihuu
tages yields of "10 to even -10 tons,
and profist of 30 to $100 to
the acre. The Sugar Dent says, "if
tho question of sugnr beet culti
ration bo considered in America
and Europo ftotu a broad, genoral
basis, wo may admit that tho
averago price paid for beets is SI a
tou, and an avorago yield 10 tqns to
tho acre." From other sources as
well as tho periodical hero quoted,
it is learned thnt the beet industry
is most successful in a rotation of
crops. This fact is one thnt com
pels a discounting of tho san
guine estimates for the future
of tho industry in the United
States, so far as they, are based on
tho acrengo adapted to tho culturo
in California and clear across tho
continent. " In hundreds of
European farming centres7 that
wo have visited," the Sugar Boet
writer snys, "the tiller dolivers his
beets almost at cost, hia pro
fits being from tho amelioration of
tho soil by root cultivation, fol
lowed by increased returns of sub
sequent crops, nnd tho utilization
of wastes, such us pulp nnd filter
press residuums, nlso the necks
and leaves, which are tithor fed
to cnttlo or plowed under." The
American fanner has so much sup
erior conditions to thoso under
which liiBEurqpeiiu brother labors,
that ho has not yet begun, in any
appreciable degree, such ulilizn
tidn of the wasto innterial. His
advisors nr,6 Vecommouding him
to that course, however, so as to
obtain tho greatest possible re
turns from tho industry. The
point dcsiied to bo nindo,
in giviug tho foregoing in
formation, is that tho beet
sugar interest of California
is at least premature in makiug a
campnigu against Hawaiian sugnr
on tho scoro of competition. Un
iil tho homo supply of sugnr in
bmhija t'ti tr.i', TMraiTL c ik
tho United States comes within
mensurable approach to the homo
consumption, our cauo sugar pro
duct will not affect in the slightest
degree tho profitB of tho Califor
nia boot sugar producer. Iu all
probability American sugar, both
beotandcano,will havoapain from
domestic over-production as soon
as it will from Hawaiian competi
tion. Tho real question at issue
regarding our product is ono o
surrendered revonue, aud ns such
it concerns more tho wholo Amer
ican nation than any sugnr pro
ducing locnlity. Our argument iB
that Hawaii offers substantial ad
vantages in return for Hint sur
rendered revenue. This, in addi
tion to the proposition that for n
long time to como tho United
States will need our sugar. Wo also
contend now,with every confidenco
that thoughtful American states
men will nsuont, that every argu
ment usod in tho United Stales,
for the. promotion of domestic
sugar production may bo justly
applied to favor Ihe incorporation
of Hawaii into the Union. Such
a consummation would, moro thau
can at present be readily estimat
ed, increase tho advantages to tho
United States now existing iu tho
Hawaiian relations, as to Ame
rican commerce, American manu
facturos.and Americau commercial
and industrial independence
Practical attention is Itoin giv
en iu tho Eastern State to the
antidote for the mosquito nuis
ance, which has for seveial years
been recommended by the United
States Bureau of Entomology.
It is tho spraying with petroleum
tho marshes aud pools in which
tho insect broods. A recent writer
on tho subject gives tho opinion
that Cape May, tho famous sum
mer resort of Now Jorsey,could bo
rid of the pest by tho expenditure
of ono or two hundred dollars a
year. "To tho presence of these
atHicting insects," he says, "may
bo attributed in great measure the
decadence of that summer resort
during tho past few years." It
would not bo hard to raise a fund
of a thousand dollars in Honolulu
for getting away with the ppst if
tho euro were shown to bo effect
ual in experiments. When Com
missioner Mnrsden and Professor
Koobolo havo returned from
abroad, they qught to be induced
to take up the matter.
Among tho btntemeuts reported
as pattoflhe argument to bo used
against tho reciprocity treaty iu
Washington, is ono to tho effect
that Hawaiian sugnr shipped
round Capo Horn ia mainly cur
riod iu other than American ves
sels. That thisis an uujustifiablo
allegation can bo easily proved
to American statosmeu by official
Hawaii has no groater onomies
than thoso sugnr planters who
dispense with white labor in favor
of cheap coolies for the various
positions iu which trained skill is
required either in Hold or mill.
oi.m.sr man iii:h.
U'hi 'nt Middle Aao tlm llrsln
iilng r 'I lilt Ccultir,.
A special dispntch to tho Chicn
go Tribuno from Guadalajara,
Mexico, March 7, sayB: "Tho
funeral took place yostoulay of 11
man who, if his story is true, was
undoubtedly the oldest man on
earth. Jesus Campeoho died on
Friday and, according to his
affirmation and othor testimony,
ho was lol years old: Ho Haul ho
wiib born in Spain on Deo. 12,
(1712, and canio to this country
ivhon ho was twentyfour years
old. Ho was living with his great
gient-graudsou aud had copies of
tho church register at Valledolid,
Spain, showing tho dato of his
birth aud baptism. He related
iucidonts which occurred in tho
last century. A priest in tho
chinch which ho attondod, who is
now eighty-four years old, says ho
remembers Campeoho as being an
old limn whou ho was a little
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Iliillrlln IMIIorlitl liiU'il with I'i-hUf
Undor tho heading "Hawaiian
Annexation," tho Lodi Sentinel of J
Lodi, San Joaquin country, Cat.,
contains tho following:
Hnwnii is mnking strong efforts
toward annexing to tho Unitod
States. Hor agonts aro hero and
tho lending newspapers in Hono
lulu, which aro American in np
pearanco and ful.Iy up to tho
standard o American journalism,
aro publishing ablo articles to
that end and sending marked cop
ies to this 'country. Tho follow
ing is taken from a recent issue of
"If sho is not treated by the
United States as an offshoot and
outpost of American civilization,
as she undoubtedly is iu fact, Ha
waii will have to seek affiliations
elsowhore. Thero is renlly no
reason to despair that Hawaii can
find another protecting arm if
that ot Uncle Sam should, uti
forlunntely, bo withdiawu. Yet
it isnvith no want of self respect
that every thoughtful Hawaiian
i must limine mai ineir inveci coun
try's repulsion bv that areat na
tion, which is its veritable mothor
country, could cause hiin a violent
heart wrench. Still it is doubt-
ful if tho repelling Powor would
not bo a greater loser, compara
tively, from tho divorcemont of
relations, than the fecblo folk
repelled. A neighboring country
to the United States, as this is,
buying five or six million dollars'
worth of American mcrchandiso
ovory year, is scarcely to be light
ly spurned in its overtures for
closer relations by thoughtful
American statesmen. It is not
only what appeals in tho tables of
imports to this country, however,
that makes the Hawaiian connec
tion valuablo to tho United States,
and emphasizes tho argument for
more intimate bonds and these
permanent. There is not a section
o America's foreign commorco
which reflects so much glory on
the star spangled banner as that
of Hawaiian trade. It represents
millions of dollars of investment
in the morcantilo marine of tho
nation, and many hundreds of
thousands of annual expenditure
by that ileot in American ports.
Singers lead the world. Oer
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
aonstruction, regularity of motion,
ease o motion, crcat 6pood, ad
justability, durnuility, oaso of
learning and convomonne of ar
rangement. B. Bergersen, agent,
ltij Bothol streets.
One I'iiib l'lMiiil. t'aniage Ilorso wnr
runted to lo it f'untlf nnuu it. Aunty to
W. W. WMGI1T,
f7.')-lw I'ort Btrct)t.
Notice of Removal.
On and after April M, C. V. K.
Dove, Surveyor mill Civil Bhclneer,
will ooi'iipy his New OiHoo In the
Ompbell Blool:, up till re, next to the
oltlcn of the Bishop Etnte. r,73-tw
All those who linvo mibhcrilx;il to the
application for a cliurtor for un I, O. II M.
Tribe im Honolulu are inv ited to attend a
Business Meeting on Friday, April 2, 1897,
nt 7:30 p. m., in llnnuony Hall, Fort street.
A full utUnt'nuce in dircd hh iimvrtmit
liUHinehri will be tnuiHncted. l'er order.
J. F. EOKAUDT,
373 2t Actini; Secretury.
Notice is hereby glvun thnt the fol
lowliiKcstniyH lmvo Iiuhii impounded
in Hit Government Pound nt Mnkiki,
1 CrF.am Colored Mnre, hrandeil In
Ctilnceo chixnicler on iltfht hind hip,
rlht hlndfeet white, Hinall whitopot
on tho hoot of the left forefoot, rl(ht
forefoot white nnd left liludfoot blnolc.
1 Koru'l Mure, bruudtd in Chiuuae
I'lmruoter on right hind hip, "em" on
Uf hlul h ,., "v" im hat s" -u'tVr,
"HY" on left side of the neck, while
spotontliH forelu-ail. white upotn on
the buck, two whlto Hpots ou right
hide uud Ihih a sore b.ick.
1 Blnek Horse, biunded "KI" on
left hind hip, whlto strip on the fore
iieud. white snot under the chin, white
spot on tho back, upper pint of the
uui wiuit'i liii'ier mo oeiij wuiivi.icib
forefoot whlto uud both hind feet
Aud If such qitrnvB are not olnimert
mid nil iHiiiiul ohuri;etiFallHfleiloiior
befom SATURDAY, April 10, 1897, ut
IS o'clock noon, they will be nold on
thnt date and hour to the highest
blddor. K. KKKUKNK,
Honolulu, MaroU (1, 1M)7. 5"3-3t
v k ( j h '.-m ' .f ."fl ('! .i,i i v.i rtr mw
Marth 29, 1S97.
It is an old saying that clean
liness is next to godliness and
we believe it to be a true one. '
So many people in Honolulu j
use our stoves and kitchen
utensils that they, have got in '
the habit of sending to us for
all sorts of things for kitchen
and general use. 1
Soap is one of these things. '
It is not exactly in'the line of
hardware but it certainly can
be classed as meichandise.
Anyhow we have a lot of it on
hand and we propose to sell it
and sell it quick. 1 he line ol
soaps we handle is that made
bv Colgate & Co. of New
York, and we need not say
there is none better in the
We offer Colgate's Cash
mere Bouquet and Jockey
Club Soap at 3 ? cents per cake,
I the genuine aiticle and full
Sjze; Glycerine, Rosador and
u ' A nn a.,i.P it, M,,
i luucy m cj utiuo nit -,arE,
and Rico and Castile at 10
For a shaving soap there is
none equal to Colgate's De
mulcent. We sell it at 10 cents
the cake, it is worth 50.
In medicated soaps we offer
the well-known Cuticura at
20 cents a cake, and the
Medicated Tar Soap at 1 5 cents.
This latter article is excellent
tor Datum0; and snampooinp;
purposes. Try it and you will
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Encli dny iwIiIb ii nnmbor
members to our populur
ninli niio null fun rlrrtu lnaf
Snturdny. Club tlirco is rapid
ly lilliug up. Tho sumo en
thusiasm ns oE old exists, all
classes nro nnxious to join, bo
cause it is a cloar Baving of
I You Throw Away
Besides another vital point
adds to tho popularity, and that
is that wo do not mnko it
obligatory to tako a watoh, bnt
allow you to select any ono or
moro articles in the store, no
matter in what lino. Could
anything bo fairer to you?
AVe waut to say right here,
that wo will back up any and
pi ovory nrticio Boiectea iu our'i
g club with tho bamo full and
iS comploto juarantoe whioh goes
tS -sn. " ..: r i i.i
Willi uvury pivcu ui mjuue ouiu
in the store. You tako no risk
whutover. Wo take it all.
Ou anil after April 1st, Drm Cooper
& Ravmoud will nooupy the oflloes of
Dr. MeQrew on Hotul street. Oilleo
lioiirit (rorn 8.aitol0i in', 1 B0 to 3
and I to S p. m Telephone No. 154.
r-70 I in
Royal Baking Powder
From actual analysis made by me, I
pronounce the Royal Baking Powder
to oe the Strongest and Purest Baking
Powder before the public.
It is entirely free from alum and other
additions injurious to health.
Chemist, Sin Feaiithco Ihnnl f IleMh.
AH other baking powders, are shown by
analysis to contain alum, lime or ammonia.
f'CXisSii C$3 OTliWb &$t tife, Ctel;
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
OUR S-PKOIA-rTY IS
Fine Haizdnzada Harness, Stc,
K&, Wo kcop in stock and sell no goods except
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
The Ins aad
If you get best wear out of a coat, best work must
have gone into"it You can't get good broad out of
Moral : You can't get the best out of anything, unless
the bes.t is in it ; r.nd the best his to be put in before it
can be taken out. Now, we have a rule to test those
sarsaparillas with a big "best" on the bottle. ' Tell us.
what's put in you and we'll decide for ourselves about
the best." That's fair. Eut these modcst sarsaparillas
say: "OIil we can't tell. It's a secret. Have faith in
the label." . . . Stop I There's one exception ; one sar
saparilla that has no secret to hide. It's Ayer's. If you
want to know what goes- into Ayer's Sarbaparilla, aik.
your doctor to write for the formula. Then you can
satisfy yourself that yon get the best of the &arsapaiilla
argument when you K:t Ayer's.
Any doubt teltf Ret the " Curebnoi."
1 1 kill doubu but cure tnubiert.
Addrttr.: J. C. Aytr Co., Lowell, Mju.
Hollister Drug Co., Agents.
Bulletin, 75c. er Month'
l.in; - , Wlreots.
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