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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 31, 1901, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T THURSDAY, JAN 31. 1001.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW 13 YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our ?allery of life
size royal photos, from Kameharneh
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P, O. Box ?j UlanJ Correspond! net Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEEL
U.ilon St. near Hotel moo
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. 0. Aclil President Manage!
M. K, Nukuln&... Vice Preihlent
J. Makalnai Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
fleo. L. Desna Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. BIplkane.
The above Company will buy, leans,
or noil lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also lis houaos in the City
of Honolulu for rent. U89-y 1
Brokers & Dealers
Or We will Bay or UtttStn Eitatclt
.11 ptita of tho group.
tW We will Bell Properties on Beaton
11 Commission 1
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES T6 LET.
T. R. (V10SSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
EXPERT BL0U1N IS
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Talks of Crop and Labor
PORTO RICANS PROVE TO
BE GOOD WORKING MEN
Soil Analysis of the Islands a Big Un
dertaking Interesting Experi
ments Giving on at the
It. B. Ulcuin. superintendent of the
Planters' Ej.ncilmoiit Station, return
ed a day or tv.o ao from n tour of In
spection of ;re plantations of Maul.
Mnul Is the second Island Inspected
by Mr. lllouln. He snld yesterday to 11
'Maul Is n Brent sugar Island. In n
general wny, Ihe present crop over
thcro Is satisfactory. Some damage
was done In the early season by heavy
rains. The borer Is nlso causing In-
Jury In limited localities. Most of the
plantations are putting out new acer
age. I am not ready to report yet on
Maul soil conditions. I have n lot of
samples and am making analyses.
"Speaking of soil analyses, I Dud
that I must go over the entire Islands
and make new analjscs of soils on all
plantations beforo I can mako n com
parative report, cither as to different
places or as to different yearn. The
analyses made In the past have been by
n method Inferior to the one In use at
present and comparisons, to be of val
ue, must bo drawn from experiments
made by the same process throughout.
"On Maul, the cane fields occupy the
large stretch of lower laud between the
two peaks which rise nt either end of
the Island. The crops aro therefore
without protection from th'j wind
which, in n minor way, is n drawback.
"Thcro Is a shortage of labor on
Maul as everywhere else In the Islands.
I saw tho Porto Itlcans who lately came
here. So far, they hnvo done well and
promise to make good plantation
hands. Tho negroes, who came In the
sanio boat, nro also working well. The
women ns well as the men. have shown
themselves to he good field hands In
Mr, Illouln'also spoke highly of the
Italian as a field hand: but. according
to his observations In Louisiana, he
thought the negro superior to tho Ital
ian. 'The negro, while not as steady ns the
Italian, Is more adaptable to tho re
quirements of plantation life and l
moro Intelligent." continued Mr. lllou
ln. "Tho negro Is superior to the
Asiatic. lie cats nourishing food and
Is tsronger thuntho rice cntlng east
erners. The city negro would bo n fail
ure If brought over hero to work In1 the
fields. Tho country negroes. If the
Southern planters would let them come,
aro the most desirable class of planta
tion labor that could bo brought to
Mr. lllouln has moved the chemical
laboratory from Xuuann strcpt to the
station at Maklkl. Ho has n number
of interesting and valuable experi
ments, now In progress. Ho exhibited
some fine varieties of cane, among
which was a growth of D, No, 93, which
wa brought from Loulrlnnit h Prof
Maxwell. He expects to Make an ex
lensivo uinriouuoii 01 mis variety
among the planters as It has done w II 1
here. I)., No. 74, Is nnothcr variety
sent from Louisiana by Mr. Rlouln
two years ogo. He says that In that
State, it gave the best results of any
seedling Introduced and Is alrendy
yielding very promising results here.
(M MM Til
San Francisco, Jan. 23. The prose
cution could not proceed with the pre
liminary examination jesterday of
Robert 13. Glaze, charged with the mur
der of his partner, William Trcvvclla.
becnuse the diagrams of the kitchen
and storeroom, where the shooting
took place, were not ready, fllazo In
the custody of llalllrf Laws and ac
companied by his wife, reached the
courtroom some time In ndvance of
Judge Conlan's nrrlvnl. Uxcept that
he was a trllle paler, there was no no
ticeable change In his nppenrancc.
While waiting for the opening of the
court, he chatted with a number of
friends and seemed to be Indifferent to
the proceedings that were about to take
Assistant District Attorney Weller
asked for a continuance, ns the prose
cution was unable to proceed without
n diagram. Attorney I'oote. while not
opposing the motion, stated that his
client desired to have tho examination
over ns soon as possible, and for that
reason. If n continuance were granted
he wanted a day s't when tho ease
would go on without further delay. It
was thereupon agreed that the case
should be set for hearing on Friday at
SENATOR JOH HAILI'.Y.
Autitln, Tex.. Jan. 22. Congressman
Joseph W. llalley (D.) was elected
Pulled Statrs Senator today after n
long ilebate In the House over the ma
jority nnd minority reports of the llall
ey Investigating committee. Tho iria
Jorlty report exonerating llalley from
any moral or legal wrongdoing In the
matter of seeming n new permit for the
Watcre-Pleiro Oil Company, but se
verely criticised those who had been fit
to criticise llalley and State otTlclals,
The minority stops with the exonera
tion of llalley and the State officials
and does not ieok to denounce their
critics, The majority report was adopt
ed, 107 to 2.
HAWA1IANTOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornur Aturclitint unci Nuuui-iu SIh.,
uImo HOTI2L ST., oppoHlto Buttiul.
WHAT More Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Piano or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
NO ODOR, NO DIRT,
NO SMOKE. NO TROUULE.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. BOX 144. "PIIONL" joo.
llieretytcalth indicated fir
Witrv & Stomach-trouble'
Its an ideal tonic. and ,
Beverage. It aid1., digestion.
rli I" 1 nli 1 - s JWiKM&JfNJ
Honolulu lobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
MRS. NATION BATTERED.
Topeka. Kan.. Jan. 23. A capital
special from I'nterprlse. Kan., says
that Mrs. Carrie Nation, the Wichita
saloon smasher, had a very busy day
in Knterprlse. She began her crusade
In that town today by demolishing one
Joint and making an attempt upon nn
othcr. She also made several speeches.
The most Interesting Incident occurred
in the evening when the wlfo of tho
man whose saloon Mrs. Nation had .
wrecked In the afternoon encountered ,
her and deliberately administered per
sonal chastisement In the wny of re- .
prls.il. Tho crusader received a badly
JutAvi'Ivid ex. Zetilnndln !
ALAHGU STOCK OP
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWAKI)i:i) GOLD .MI.DAL, PARIS IMPOSITION', looo.
WhatRun Down ?
Holiday Hours nnd
lltird Work Did It.
EASY TO MEND WITH
SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT.
A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
i!5c HottlcSU.r0 11 Dozen.
Tho Fisheries Association was ngiln
forced to postpone Its meeting jester'
dny on account of the Inck of a quorum
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
Plsv. A- H-otij- Von Holt Block, King Street. 0. A. Bicrback.
It Is a Heal Pleasure to us to speak
favorably of PAIN-KILLKU, known al
most universally to be a good mid safe
lemedy for burns nnd other pains of
tnc Uoiiy It Is valuable not only ro
colds In winter, but for various summer
complalntB, nnd Bhould bo In every
family. The casualty which demands'
It may come unaware. Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, theie Is but
one rain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Prlco
2Jc. and fine.
TH E EV E N 1 NGB U I. L E T I N
TIM: OLDI-ST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPI5R
A KLOMUkt (OK AtlMKTISlKS k j( Jt K Ji v w v
HkM Pm s no exPcr!mcnt M
rMitl! when yu insist on ScttinS cyrus Nob!c Whiskey. SH
HnyBgfflr ":rxii'yl Leave experimenting to others. Buy goods, tjyH
B-7 r nI "in' yu now are r' bkmhq
HMHj ytf'OS jrv-a. XM For seventy years we have been trying to pro'"' BiiO
Wffiwfk J hint I iOt" Mb 'ucc "c cst possible article for the least 899011
MmSUffl " "IG fflfetem possible price. IpMi
BSB Will eh W9 The public know it favorably. iva
WSm Wk " holds lhc fiood lradc- wwM
KffliK&rf?ffl It is pure and old. LW
&SwlSf' fSI " is di5,ilIcd from lhc bcst sc,ectcd srain- R&Pi
ES fiSMSm H is s,x years in wood' " ' tw?$i
fj'raHljjjB It wins on merit alone. tyra'$j
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thine for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
JEWELER, 1010 FORT ST.
.B W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
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