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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1901.
MEET ME AT SACHS'
To Make the Hot
ALL OVER the store the things that help to make warm
weather bearable, forgi to the front at prices both
wonderful and startling In their littleness. For In
stance, SUMMER CORSETS, of which we carry a great variety,
and montlon one in particular.
THE R. & G. CORSET
Will Not Stretch. Will Not Break at the Waist.
Is absolutely rust-proof, and not only a corset of
strength, but a corset of GRACE AND COMFORT.
No other Corset to compare with it. Try it.
By the way, you ought to examine our EMPIRE
SUMMER CURSE T. The price is 75 cents.
If nature has not given you the fiure you most
desire, the Kobo Bust PerTector will gratily
your wishes and furnish what nature forgot.
FOR - THE - CHILDREN
We have the FERRIS WAISTS, the standard of
excellence for the sprou'ing generation. We carry
a full line of sizes for Misses and Children : : :
IF THE WOMAN
Who set up the cucumber as the standard of cool
ness could have looked through our WASH MATER
IALS, OUR FIGURED ORGANDIES, SILK
STRIP GRASS I INENS, or COTTON GREN
ADINhS In Cream Linen Color and Navy Blue would
have been her thermometer. The reason is they're
as light and cool as it is possible to hive them
and the prices are ns light as the goods. : : : :
Before cl sing this little talk, we wish to say that we
have just received a new shipment of White Shirt
Wa'sts, Wash Neckwear, Windior Scarfs. New Side
Combs Fascinators and Worsted Knit Shawls.
Come and see them. - --------
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
Beet Sugar Men Trying
to Scare Cane Sugar Men
Chicago. July 21. Beet sugar mak
ers have notified wholesale grocers and
brokers to prepare for an avalanche of
their product. Halt a dozen years ago
and less the little American beet sugar
on the market came and went unnotic
ed. ' The total output tbU year, barring
accidents, will bo about "00,000 tons
tour hundred millions of pounds. This
will he 10 per cent or alt the Biigar
consumed annually In the United
States every pound of It home made
for the home market, the product of
American labor and capital engaged
In one of tho very newest of new Am
Practically all of this beet sugar will
bo pure white, top grade, granulated
sugar Indistinguishable by physical or
chemical tests from the finest cane su
gars. It will begin to lcavo the fac
tories about the middle of September.
Kor about four months tlii'irnttcr, by
reason of being sold .1 shade under the
cane sugars, it will virtually monopo
lize the market from Ohio to the Pa
Chicago alone will handle about 10.
000,000 pounds of beet sugar this year,
Most of It will come from Michigan,
where the development of the industry
has been most rapid. Calltorn n still
lends in production, but Michigan fol
lows so close that nuother jear will
probably put It first. 1
Deet Biigar making has risen to tho
rank of a great Industry only within
the last five years, although It has
been established on a commercial basis
since 1ST1, when the first factory was
built In California. It did not comu
within the purview of Chicago com
mercial operations until three yearn
The first Michigan fnctory was built
In 189S. Some of its product came upon
this market. The dealers generally re
fused to touch it. Sracmc Stewart.
manager of the W. M. Hoyt Company,
wns about the first to glvo It n helping
hand. He put out 20,000 samples ami
gave the retailers liberal terms. There
were nibbles nt the bait, and toward
the end of the season, n few bites. Tho
next year all that .came to this mar
ket moved off readily. Last ear beet
sugar took possession of the market
co nvldlously that the cane sugar re
finers, after making a show of fight,
simply abandoned the Held until the
beet sugar product bad all been ilia-
.AT THG ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant tint) Nuunnu St.,
rtlMO HOTI3L ST., opponlto Bethel.
posed of. A repetition .of that Is ev
The total output of brct sugar can be
absorbed so quickly In three or four
months this year that the sugar trust
and other cane sugar refiners would
lose more by fighting It than they do
by giving It Its head. A few more
years, with other States In the sugar
belt taking a cue from Michigan and
with Chicago becoming the sugar mar
ket of the continent, may bring an
Michigan's beet sugar product In
180S. the year of Its first factory, was
5,000,000 pounds. In lt99 It was 35,
000.000 uounds. Lest venr It was 52.-
000,000 pounds. This year with fac
torles all through tho "garden" belt
from Denton Harbor to Hay City, It
will be about IIO.OWJO pounds, nearly
one-third of the total output of the
country. The big Spreckcls factory.
largest In this lountry nnd second
largest In the world, with a dally capa
city of 200 car loads of beets, helps
California hold tlm lead
Illinois Is among tho very smallest
producers, although endowed with the
right kind of soil. It has one factory
at Pekln which makes beet sugar three
months of the year and gtucoso the
"Talk of 'Infant Industries' has conic
to be taken as a Joke," said Orncme
Stewart jesUrdny, In speaking of the
coming wnlte Hood, "but beet Biigar
making Is n genuine case of Infant In
dustry developed by n little fostering
care. It waited for a settled feeling in
the country as to tariffs and financial
conditions. The rise of no other In
dustry can be traced more certainly
to President McKlnley's election.
"In Michigan alone, within three
years, the Intestmcnt In factories has
been $G,000,w;u nnd In the whole coun
try about $22,000,000. The total acre
age given lo sugar beet raising this
year Is about 200,000, more than 500
squnre miles. The farmer with the
right kind of sull Is finding that be
makes a net profit of nbcut $25 an aeie
on his small garden sputa, beginners
seldom putting In mora tbnn two or
three acres, factories are, built or
building In thirteen States nnd one
Territory Michigan, Illinois, New
York, Ohio, Indiana. Wisconsin, Min
nesota, Nebraska. Colorado Utah Cali
fornia, Oregon, Washington and New
Mexico. Sugar making machinery
houses cannot supply the demand."
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a g tarantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans und Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, ttulldlngs, Hlghnys, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. 80c. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTI.E JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
The subject of nn address be'ori the
Young Men's Research Club nt the
home of Mr. nnd Mis. W. It. Ca'iila at
Victoria and Klnau streets, wan The
Ruskln Hall, worklngmen's moe
ment. The speaker vas K. II. Vroj
man n leader of the work In she I'nliel
States. In the United StateK tl.e .-j!.-ter
of the Ruskln Hall movement lj
Trenton, Mo where there Is r. col'
WILL HAVE PURE MILK
Chicago. August ?, - Adulterat
ed milk and rrenni ate to be
confiscated In future at tho receiving
depots of nil railroads. The discovery
of formaline at the receiving depots
will K-sult In the seizure of cans anil
the dumping of its contents Into thu
nearest gutter. In order to stop tho
entrance of drugged n.llk nnd cicam
Into t'hlengo, Cnmmissioac, of Health
lego with IC00 acres of land, tilled by Rellly has adopted the plan of testing
CALL ANDPE CONVINCED.
I HOTEL ST.. NEAR NUUANU
the students. lu England, Oxford la
tho center. The Idea Is to teaeli thi
younger worklngmen sound daurii'.ci
In history und economics.
'Mr. Vionmnn Is not ot the opinion
that the Ruskln Hall movement ould
thrhe here. He believes climatic con
ditions arc not fatora'ola to menial
exertion nfter a day's labor uf eigh:
hours. The work In tha l'nltc.1 States
U but one year old.
ATHLETICS START BALL.
Last night's meeting of the O.ihu
Athletic Association was very well at-
tended. The meeting wns opened by
C. It. Dement who IntrnduccJ Janu.s
Vox the only speaker of the evenlt'i
It was decided to hold tho cbaitei
member list open a while longer. Those
present last night were Clan new
Crabbe. Oscar Lewis, Frank Turk. II,
Vlcrra, C. R. Dement, Jitms Fox.
Paddy Ryan, W. Nolan, Henry Peters
Fred Klley, J. Marcalllno, El Flm.,
J (Icorgo Thomas, Sid Uoy 1. .M Liu b 11
rolilu uud Mitchell.
the milk as It Is unloaded from trains
nnd before It Is distributed to dealers
Ileilln. Aug. 2. Prof. Relnhard K
kule ou Strudoultz has been elected
rector of the Dcilln University.
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
AV1NG PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF M. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
8 VTISFACTION GUARANTEED.
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
, O- Boss 886 alalia.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu.St.
Nov I.lnc of Europeiin Goods.
Gentlemen's, Ludies' and Children's Hutu.
Chinese Gross Linen, nil colors.
Dress Goods, Pongee Silks.
The French bark Hossuet which was
heru early In Januaiy nnd went to
Seattle has arrived off the I.lrard af
ter a trip of over live months from the
Hound. Shu left Seattle Februury 13
for Km ope with n tarso of grain and
"In from the time, she sailed until slio
" - -' I passed the Lizard July 22 she was nut
A Urge variety of cloths made up In the
P. O. Box wj. TIL. ,
"ws:3xrc3r tato gxhajn
THE OLDEST CHi. 'SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
U.il.ri Id FIoi Silks tad Gnu Lliuni. Chln.H and Jiptn.i. Good, ol All KMt.
.io-.it Nuuanu itrfit.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The Arthur Hcwull.
The line big American ship Arthur
Suwall, which left hcio April 18th for
Delaware Hreakwater with the largest
(argo of sugar ever can led around tha
Horn lu u calling vessel, is making a
fast passage. On July Gth she passed
and was reported from Fernando No
runha off the coast of llrazll. With
good luck sho may have made her des
tluntluu In about 120 days.
What n wondeiful Discovery Is
PAIN-Klller! It not only cures tho IIU
of' the human family, but In also tho
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In n euro
of tlie worst cases; and for sprains,
galls, etc., It never, falls try it once.
Directions accompany each bottlo. Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but on l'aln-Klllcr. l'or-
' ry Davis', l'rlcc 23c. and COc.
'I the best in ; f '4tfiB&ttE3
I seventy years r-& WISBBr
j Cyrus RrT-lftw
: Noble B f XMIm W
W. C. PEACOCK r. CO LTD., Sole Agents
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