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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1W2.
You do yourself on Injustlco If you
should buy now millinery without first
seeing our new stock.
Wo liavo Just received an elegant
nssortment of tho latest prevalent
stles and shapes in LAD1E8' SUM
MER HATS, both trimmed and un
trimmed; also tho beautiful Roman
Btrlpcs the now 08 1 thing for hat dec
orations. All attractively displayed In
our Millinery Department.
Pretty Lace Curtains
Anono desiring CURiAINS will
find our stock a vSrtlablo garden,
where tho newest Ideas In designs can
bo found at prices to suit all pocket-books.
Handsome CURTAIN SWISS In
whlto and colors.
CURTAIN MADRAS, plain and
CURTAIN SCRIM In plain and
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
l fishing lightsi
Wo have Just reclvetl n shipment
ot GA80LINE and KEROSENE
FISHING T0RC1IB8, absolutely
safe and cannot by blown out.
Aside Irom being used fop fishing
purposes, they have proven to bo
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE $2.35 UP
i Tlieo, H. Davies & Go., Ltd. 3
jfc- Hardware Department. -
The Pride of the Home
TT ill 1 L3 MACHINI
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many in preference to other
makes of tho samo price, It is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and InspccC tho different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Vancouver, n. C, Juns 11. To pre
vent tho smuggling of Japmcto women
into the United States across the bor
der Urltish Columbia Is keeping busy
Colonel Hcalcy, the United States Im
migration Commissioner here, and his
staff of assistants. Inspector Whylo
has Just returned from Seattle, where
ho followed a Japaneso named Uchylma
who had procured a woman here, and
after successfully eluding tho authori
ties had placed her In a house of Ill
fame In the Sound city. The woman
was spirited away and n conviction
was not obtained, owing to the absence
of her evidence.
To discourage Immigration to this
provlnco from China and Japan the
Urltish Columbian Government has
pheed a clause In tho charters of two
rallwavs granted this week, which pro
hibits contractors from employing
Oriental labor This clause Is gradually
being Inserted In all acts governing tho,
placing of (lo eminent contracts, es
pecially In railway charters, as when
the Canadian Pacific Hallway was hullt
a large number of Chinese were cm
pIo oil, who formed tho nucleus of tho
large colony now here.
Knglneerlng News, In commenting
upon tho iact that the nverngc number
of passengers per train In the cntlro
United States Is only forty-one, says
there Is a fortuno nwaltlng the engineer i
or manufacturer who will develop and
place upon the market a thoroughly
practical and satisfactory independent
stenm motor car. On branch railways
especially would such a motor bo of
service. "To set a locomotlvo of from
BOO to 800 horse power to the work of
hauling such a small average of pas
sengers, says the News, "Is like tak
ing a steam hammer to crack a Albert."
Qcorgo Harrison nnd his wife worn
again In the I'ollco Court Thursday
forenoon, trouble having again been
brewing In tho household alter man)
raontliB of freedom from warrants of
arrest. Mrs Harrison charged her
husband with assault nnd battery and
exhibited as evidence of her good
faith a ery much blackened right eye.
The defendant pleaded not guilty aud
conducted his own case.
Mrs. Harrison said that when her
husband arrived home Wednesday, she
asked him for some money to buy fish
iiiul upon his refusing, told him In
lack up his things and get out, as he
was living under her roof. Tho hus
band then beenmo angry, threw her
on tho floor nnd stamped her right nv
with his shoe.
Harrison said he had been asked for
money to buy fish, but, his wtfo being
drunk at the tlmc.b u told her he would
buy the fish himself. It would not ro
for her to go nbroad on the streets In
her condition Shu boramo angry and
threatened to throw his clothes out of
tho house She ran Into the house and
started to put her threat Into execu
tion He followed, caught her. and
threatened to break everything In tin
house belonging to her If she attempt
cu to touch his things
Mrs Harrison then cnughl hold ol
tho hnndkerchlct around his neck and
tried to choke him He struggled and,
by accident, his foot came In contart
with her eyo.
Judge Wilcox said he could hardly
see how, when Mrs Harrison had hold
ot the defendant by tnc neck nnd was
trying to pull him townrd her. It could
possibly happen that his fooC came in
contnc! with the woman's eye. De
fendant was found guilty nnd Bcntenc
ed to pay a fine of 2 nnd cnstB. liar
rison stated that he Intended to leave
SHIP BUILDING COMBINE
IN N0AK1NQ COMPLETION
Will Enable United States to Control
Ship Building of the World
Revival of Old Plan
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
Vanilla Bean Culture
Miscellaneous Information and Notes.
A fair crop sTiould avcrago about 100
curled pods to the pound.
Pods per pound
Fresh gathered Dry
9 Inch pods ...
8 Inch pods . . .
7-Inch pods . .
C-lnch pods . . .
Tho following crops produced on
one estate during the last live years
will serve to show how uncertain nro
tho returns fioni vanilla growing hero:
1893 (long dry spell for flower
ing time in 1892) 1800
1S94 (rain came too Boon nnd
spoiled good promise) 120
1895 (next to no dry spell for
Dowering in 1894) 40
189(i (excellent promtso mostly
spoiled by too enrly rain). . 500
1897 (Bimllar to tho J car be-
Now York Tune 7 Arrangements
were completed late this afternoon for
underwriting tho bonds that will ho
tied by the corporation formed for tho
purpose of consolidating nt least flvo
of tho big shipbuilding vnrds of tho
rountiy. This Is the samo nmalgama
Hon that was attempted last J ear and
which then failed because of the dls
satisfaction expressed by tho Investing
nubile vvllh tho form of securities of
fered The project was never nhan
donul nnd slnco Mn 1901, plans have
been slowly maturing.
Nn ono could be found today who
would glvo tho full list of jarda now
Interested in tho deal Among others
known to bo concerned arc the Hath
Iron Works and Hath Windless Com
pany of Hath. Mo ; Crescent Shlpnrds
of nilabcthport, N J.', Newport News
Shipbuilding nnd Dry Dock Company
.of Newport News, Va ; Union Iron
Works ot San Tranclsco; Harlan &
Holtlngsworth of Wilmington, Del.
Nixon Is the Manager.
At the head of this great concern
as manager will be Lewis Nixon of tho
Crescent Shlpjnrds, who Is also close
ly allied with the Cramps of I'hlladel
phla, and who never has ceased to la
bor to bring about consolidation slnco
tho project was first broachef!.
Iievond tho fact that tho undcrwrlt
Ing of securities of tho proposed cor
poration had been ngrccd upon, nnth
Ing could be learned from those most
Interested KverywTK'ri' an attempt
was mndo to keep tho nffalr quiet.
though It was ndmlttcd that all of tho
details will bo ready for publication
boToro tho end of this week.
Prom a source that must bo regard
ed ns nuthorltntlvo It was learned that
bonds will be Issued to ho nmount ot
$23 000 0011 In what form tho other
securities win bo Issued no ono would
say During tho Inst week there have
been several meetings In this city of
thoso most Interested and a full agree
tnent Is understood to havo been
reached. The underwriting. It Is un
derstood, has been arrange? through
tho office of Alexander & Orccn of 120
Ilesldes Nixon, It Is understood that
J J. MtCook. II H. Huntington. Irving
M. Scott, builder of tho Oregon, and
Henry I'oor havo Kc-on concerned In
rST i fit h cvTuf&' A V 4AS
and also sorry for the man who hasn't
nn CLECTRIC FAN this kind of
weather Why melt and mop our
face when for $15.00 Invested In nn
electric fan )ou can have genuine cool
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Klnjv Street. Telephone UUO
C. W. MACPARLANU,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to sclenco and tho cheapest.
Havo received tho Highest Awards at
the Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for store and halls, ana nro in uso
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co, Honolulu Drug Co, Hollls
ter Drug Co, Mclnerny Shoe Store,
Ellto Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo tho samo Aro
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which is suit
ablo for lamps to bo placed In yrrds
ns a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In uso throughout all
Tor further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
v here there Is shade and decayed
kaies, they grow In a wonderful way
wlihout nn attention and yield the
b'fct of cuttings. When shouts nro
chocked for eiopplng branches, some
ot tluir tendrils occasionally elongate
into iioti.il rootB, and should then hu
cut (iff, or they will keep tho branch ! bringing about nn agreement
full of bap nnd hinder Its Dowering. big shipbuilding Interests of tho coun-
Short vnrlelies of grass seem rather try.
beneficial In a plantation, cumbersome
woods should bo hand pulled, never
Uoe of Hot Room.
During early crop gathering, beforo
rlpo pods nro numerous enough to
make It worth while using tho hot
room, they are curtd under blankets
In the sun but have to bo ttiken In at
the hottest part ot the day If sunshine
Is continuous. This used io be tho
sole method of curing here, nnd whin
used now gives excellent results In
favorublo weather, but dependence
fore) GOO on tho sun Is risky, nnd upon tho
Expenses for labor during theso 'whole tho process Is cumbersome nnd
years would bo about 7000 rupees " muu iiu?, mm iun uu yin-ii
(about $1800 to $2000). Present prlco'"!' "" lul " encu oinor ami carried
of vanilla (June, 1897.) In I.oudun "etweon two men, nro used to spread
market average nbout (25s.) per ,"'u ""'" n. a luiu neing neiow .is
pound. Tho currency here Is In In- wen as noovo mo pons, aim tneso nro
dlan money Hint Is, rupees; nominal i supported on low iioublu rails to keep
value of rupee. Is to 2b. but tho nctunl tlem clenr, of tho ground in unset-
vn no varies wit h unco of sver. and I1"" "t wiuwern navo io lie
at present ranges between 1b, 2s and
The dny begins at fi a. m and work
continues until 5 p. m , or to 4 p. m ,
on Bomo properties; n to 12 Is break
fast time. Hough work Is quickest got
through by giving "tasks," when tho
negroes become energetic.
Ordinary cstato laborers aro paid
12 rupees ($3.40) per month; women
wntched for, and tho trnvs carried un
der shelter till tho weather again bo
If there Is n pinch for space In tho
curing house, pods In tho hot room
mny bo spread two or thrco or moro
deep on the shelves nnd tumbled dnllv.
I. e such of them ns aro not taken off
In mulching vanilla roots, nnd espe
cially nt crop time, tho plants nro
miuh moro benefited If tho mulch bo
To Distribute Work.
All of the ards brought Into tho
plan will bo operated under a slnglo
management Wort: will be dlstrlbu
tod In n manner that will make It pos
sible to construct nil classes of ships
nt the least cost Shipbuilding of for
eign countries will be met In competi
tion. It being the opinion of the Amcrl
cam) that the natural advantages thnt
should rcsTult from tho constant devel
opment of tho steel Industries of tho
United States will make It posslblo for
ships to be built here cheaper nnd bet
ter than elsewhere, nnd that this can
be done without a reduction of wng-s.
In the natural courso of events shlpi
will ho operntci! as well ns hlillt. nnd
further developments of tho combina
tion nro contemplated.
One who has mndo a careful study
of the situation made tho statement nt
ono of tho meetings recently held In
this city that within the next flvo
years (ho shipbuilders of the Unltol
States will tako from tho shipbuilders
of Europe so much work that tho re
mainder will bo sulftcd to tins sldo of
tho Atlantic, nnd that foreign owners
will mnko It a rulo to buy ships in this
Hy extending equipments for shin
construction tho nrdB that will como
under slnglo management will bo pro
pared to build any class of craft from
a ireight carylng merchant vessel to
the Inrgost ship of war. A second
combination may mako It posslblo for
Dig nattieshlpi to bo completed, oven
to nrmnr plating
To no other city will tho new ordor
or things mean so much ns to New
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW QRA8S LINEN JUST RECEIVE D.
600 KIM, lite Nuuanu Street
P. O. Box 991.
7WXJSTGr wo oiEarjjajrcr
THE OLDEST CHi. 'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtil.M la Fto. 9 Ik. loft Grill Llnioi Cblnuo to1 Jiptotu Good, ol All Clil.
te-tia Nuukou atrt.t
for crop curing, etc. aro paid 9 rupees !o; two sorts, well rotted leaf mold be.
IIZ.WJJ per monin, women nnu cmi-iinK put on first for immediate action,
dren for llowcr fecundating. 1-4 rupeo nd nbovo It n layer of withered fern
(7 cents) per dny, too "day" being or the life, which detnvs moro slowly,
whin work Is over, early or late. Va When henvv Ion dressliiL-s of nulek
nina pati.ei iing. i rupees i3 cenisi ueuijing manure, grass, etc. havo rot ork 'Ilio Cn-stcnt Shipyard r.t
e-1 "" "" " "" i'" ..m ."-'ii-ii iiiikii, uioy Ret Doatcn nwny dv i.iuawiiiiiun wnicn in reality M u
nllla mcaBUiIng 2 rupees (58 cents) rain the network uf roots become ex. NVw York Institution will bo lnrirelv
rebuilt nnd will bo so Increased In
slzo that It will (omparo fnvorahly
wiiii larger arils now In operation
Lewis Nixon when seen this nfter-
noon refused to discuss tho report
ngni in twisting among stones, largo i""" is current vTnen pressed for n
and sm-ill nnd flattening against their confirmation, ho said
Just nuoto mo as snlng thnt thcro
Is nothing fo tho report which nt thU
tlmo I can nelthor confirm nor deny."
A self-dumping scow built on novel
principles, has been put In servlco nt
Havana Tho scow is built with a flush
deck and a central longitudinal bulk
head, dividing tho hull Into two watcr-
ior Rime quantity tuuuu pousj , posed and may with advantage 'io
Straight stemmed vanilla cuttings lightly (ovCTod'wIth n thin sprinkling
nie planted near blossoming time, l.if good soil Obvluusly It Is better to
some of them often givo HowcrB booh npplj this beforo tho roots becomo
uiicmuiun. n in ui-oi iu i-iu mem uu, nare or visible The vnntlln roots do
as cropping n vino wnen newiy piant
ed lessens tho growing power, and I!
may hang for many nionius, but In a, lower surfnen ulun nut ..mi.,i,i,.,i in
regular plantation vines flowering loo ibe soil When these tiro of n convo
I heavily may bo relieved by cutting nlent slzonnd linnily in a plantation tho
on ono or more oi uio nuwcnng .root circuit nllowed to each vino mny
branches. These may ho planted for be ringed with them. Vanilla may bo
tho one small crop they will glvo 3 grown on trees of thick milage If theso
or 4 up to 10 or 12 pods, according to uro of a sort that will stand being
length and vigor. For thlB may bo pruned annually Wild cinnamon,
planted closo together on low bars vvh.ch kIvch denso Rhnde. Ik mmn
nnd posts, and need well rotted ma- times used for this nurnns... thn I "c"' '""'""B mo null into two
nure for Iramedlato nnd nbundant branches being nearly nil cut off each K compartments W hen the scow,
nourishment Tho best tlmo to plant year nbout pod ripening time, which''"1 "B (lock ,oail''. 'a '"wed out
for this Is n fow days before the first lalso lets the nun get at tho vines for ,0 sea- n nl ls opened which allows
flowers open; If cut earlier many of i flowering Tho contrast between for- wnter to run Into one side of tho boat,
tho (lowers will dlo back, nicr somewhat ileniu shade which has uel"K retained thero by tho watertight
Cropping branches may bo allowed grown blnce last branch trlinmlmr ami bulkhead As tho barco (Ills on on
to flower for two years If they havo the strong light let In by tho pruning sldo with water It gets a greater and
seems to help toward blossoming I greater list, until flnnlly It has a posl
Under largo, high trees, wldo apart, Hon of nbout 4,r. degrees, bv which
-nuuer in piuuc vines loo ciuse, vanum
may bo fixed on tripods ot durnbto
wood, tho threo stakes being tied
with wlro crosswise, some llttlo way
from their top ends so ns to furnish
forks over which tho vino croep'-rs
may climb High up in the hills hero
tho plants may bo grown In this wny
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The KryMone Watch Caw Co.
America's Oldost nnrl
.Largest Watch Factory
For solo by
The Principal Watch
not missed a season, but never moro
than that ns tho pods they then glvo
aro Invariably very Inferior; tho be3t
aro on young wood a jear or so old it
Primings, when not too old, may
bo set out to rear new plants from.
When extending tho plantations It Is
better to plant tho shoots from tho
Cuj, Corner of Bcretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Sverytnlng first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorlelor,
T W. tleardslee.
Qo. W. Page.
r O. Box TTI
BEARDSLEE 5fc PAOE
ArchltcctH and Uulldera,
Offices, Hllto building, Honolulu, T. U
Sketches and Correct Estimate t
nlnhftd on Short Notice.
tlmo the load slides off Into the sea
On opening a srmnd vnlve, communi
cating with the other bulkhead, tho
sea valve Iwing II rat closed tho water
!loi3 Into tho second compartment nud
the barge rights laself. when It Is towed
nrunlnsi rathor thnn tho nrunlnea
themselves, If thoy are over two years ,1s only suitable for level grounds
old If Hung Into Junglo, especially I niodciato slopes
among rough ground, rocks, etc , (To He Concluded )
luck to poit and punipul out prepara-
without any shade nt nil, but tho plan , or to another loid and sea trip.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
i CONSTRUCTION CO.
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. O. Box 637.
"The Opium Cache on Maul." Smug,
gler Whaley and the yacht Halcyon,
Pearl City Hotel
A placo for town pcoplo to lay oft
for a tew days.
Furnished rooms, first class meals,
dancing pavilion, ntco picnic grounds,
also Btabllng for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
vlow, cool and comfortable. Terms
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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