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BVENINO nULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., TI'IIMY, OCT. 0, 100C.
HAWAII LEADS SUGAR CULTURE
Many new additions have Just been received direct from the
Eastfor tills Department, nmonn, which we may mention:
A MOST ELEGANT HAND EMBROIDERED WAI8T! a
description cannot do them Justice; must he seen to lie ap-preclattd-AT
PRICES FROM SO $10.50
Mexican Expert Tells
Of Observations Made
While Touring Hawaii
"There h one thing sure: Von nitslit In work moicfor side eiopa.
f It li d'lligoioil. to be roiilllic'il to Olio crop. A otic crop Ktom Is al- -t
wnjs ilungerons," -f
"There Is plenty of loom here for tlio ralMtig of llhru plnnli. -t
This iliieMlon should bo studied.
f "Hawaii I0.11I1 In seloullflc sugar culture.
"llirco essentials for lubber culture: good soil, right climate,
honest aiul effective! management. If any otic of these LUtulltlona is
lacking It Is icilalhly a fallmc." t
jj Handsome Black Silk Coats
IN THREE-QUARTEn AND FULL LENGTH: are en.
tlrely New and most heautlfully trimmed, AT PRICES FROM
Black Voile Skirts
WITH SILK DROP,'TRlMMED AND EMDROIDCRED EF
rrCTO. THE VERY LATEST.
Black Silk Dress Skirts
ALL THE NEW EFFECTS; latest styles and very hand
Mm; AT SlJ.ni) UPWARDS
New Black Walking Skirts
THE VERY LATEST CUT, IN ALL THE NEW MATERIALS.
A sample linn of the very latest WASH NECK-WEAR:
no two alike, FROM ,,,'i UP
The NEW LACE TRONTQ and Cheinltellcc, In white and black,
In Cluny and Princes: Laces.
The NEWEST In NECK RUCHES; a box containing C
Ne:l Ruchcc, each ono different, AT ONLY :j.cA OOK
Panama Canal Model
VOTES arc piling up foi that rplcndld Model of tlio Panama
Canal now on Exhibition In our Window.
WHO IS GOING TO WIN IT?
A COUPON GIVEN WITH EVERY 2Ci PURCHASE.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
fUnppltig at tlio Young Hotel la Dr.
I'clir OlsMiii-SelTor.Hovcrntiient cnni
tiihrloiicr of tioplcnl agriculture of
Mexico, dliri tor of La Zncuulpa llntnn
Ual Station ami cilllur of Department
'tropical Agriculture of lliu .Mexican
Investor. Dr. Olsson-Heffor ninkci Ills
lionm In Csculntlii. CliNp.is, niiil .Mex
ico Clly, .mil Is now on n tour nroiiml
tlio world In the luteicst of certain in
vestigations for lliu .MonIcmi govern
tuent, chief of lilt llivcdigntlon.1 licltlQ
Iho tulilier ciiltuio of tlio woild. 'I hla
Is not Ills Urn I tilp. us n similar oun
was iii.ulo previously In the tnleicitii
of the Australian xoirnimr.il.
During I lie past two weeks of till
slay Dr. OlsH-u-Kefcr has visited jirnc
lli.illy nil of tlio Mauds of tlio Hawaii
an gioup aiul before the dale of Ida
Sailing I'vpcols li visit olliir portions
of thu Inland of Oaliil. He U leaving
on tlio Nippon Mam October 111 for
.l.ipun. where lie will join Ills wife, who
pieceeled him on Iho China They will
npeud come limn III Yokohama nml
oilier points In thu I'lowoiy Kingdom,
thin loiitlinie their trip In China ami
Hie Philippines. Dr. Olsuuii-.Svfrer being
especially anxious In look Into rubber
conditions In the irl iiiiIh. 1'rom thero
they go lo Java and Slhiinpnre; theme
lo Italy and Trance for Itive-KllgnlloiM
In silk culture, mid then lo Antwerp,'
l.herpool ami London, llinw llnee'
.llll-a IM'IIIH l" ifttV'r-i iMiriMi in. nut.
T' l i I4.1U j1 '-; J3"r ;j.w i.i.iui.
ror rm. . i. -j. . -, (a. f
t. . .
KT, '".JK.a.V. .,ts1', i-
The Original Shingle Stains K
I'lrst made, flrxt In (puHty and first
In tlio favor of sIilnKlu-sl.ltn iiscis.
Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains
Iiavo Imjcii uat'ii, imitttcil ami nlmscd for over tvonty yens,
lmt no imitation or mihstituto lias tlio ii'itli aiul rk'lnusi of
color, tlio la.itin.tc ni:ilitiiit or tlio wooil-iuvsuiviii vitlnu.
Wooil tieatud with tlii'so Ktains m juoof nj;.tiiist ihTay or
injury liy int-'ocls, uiil tlio cnlor.s uro ;iiantntuciil to lust.
For Htinplus, nrieuH anil .sniipliuri, apjily to
LF.WERS & COOKG, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SAMUHL CAHDT, Solo Minuloclurtr, I'.OSIOS. MASS
If yon have n mllllun trert you liaie
mi asset of n million dollars."
How do J on llml coiiilltlnn4 III the
Hawaiian Islands for rubber culture;'
"Well, I hae hlled nil nf tlio Is
lands and ko far bain found ery little
nvnllablo land sidlalito for rulihci.
Then1 Is ono plain on .Maul, In the Na
Illicit district where conditions seem
fnoiablo and there urn three, rubber
plantations, one oumd by the N.il'll.u
Itiihber Compiiuy. nmither by the II i-wntlaii-Aiiierlian
Itubbir Coiup.ui) mil
n third owned by a sjlidlealu of Hi
tioliilu men; in fart all tint (oliipaiilil
810 (iipll.lllzed hclu These pl.llltatKnm
are Just plaiitnl. I should say Ihn
tlie.i would be ready for tapping 111
fle or lx yenis. That matter depends
of course enllrely upon Iho dciclop
meiit. 'I'ho proupcits In the Rcrtlou I
hao jurl icfoired to .'tre ery pronils
IliK." "WJiit kind of rubber Is pl.intid
tllere, asked the lepoiter.
"On Maul, inn'.lly tlio Ccara rubbor,
and It nvins to be ilnlni; cry well
ompared with the r.imo klml In other
placen. On tlio Nahlkii platilallnii,
hoM'er, the I 'lira lubber has been
planted and I tindriKlaud that the pen
pie Intcietled had lllllo faith In It. I
think the devclninitnt ery reiuarl;
tiblo and I consider It a Id Iter rubber.
management. If nny ono of tlieto con
ditions la lacking It Is certainly n fail
"What kind of n climate do you con
tldcr nccessnry?" Infilled tlio report
er. "1 should say that the minimum rain
fall should bo 70 Inclioa," nnswcrtd tit'
tnw.Kllsnlor. "If tlio soil Is too wet It
heroines sour and the trees will not dc
welt and tlio sap flow will be dllutC'l
'Iho (nil should bo welt drained and
there should bo lots of sunshine. It
theie weio too much water the tree
"How have you found conditions on
Iho Island of Oaliil for the raising of
rubber trees?" was asked.
"So far, I lintic found no land not
occupied by sugar," replied the speak
cr with a smile, "but In a day or two
I Intend making tho trip to tlio other
rlilo of the Island to see what 1 enn
Hflc sugar-culture In mv travels
throimhout the world In no nlacc linve
I seen selonco so well applied ni right i
l.cic. Hut It Is dangerous to trust In
cne crop. This Is a country of ngrl-
culture and moro than one line should
The District .Nurse working wltU
inn rainina sememem repons ns lol-1
lows for tho period from Aug. 10 to '
Sent. SO: Number of cases visited. I
number of visits, 103 Condition J '
Tim Clubman' I hear that Smllli Is'
unfilled to tlio In
.till- bis wlfo has
Ho Isn't sick
The growth Is belter and Hie lice
In tlio worlrtl After ii short llniu itpeut stands tupping better. In the matter
In tho I'nlleil Stales on their return
tlipy will git to Mexico, wheio Dr. tils
tson-Seffer will iiinke his reports to tho
Mexican go eminent, l)r OlsKen-Scr-
of tapping it is dll'lcult to say which
nielhod of coagulation is best."
"As toiiip.ncd with other Industries
thorn do ou tank the rubber Indus-
IS FOUND illlY
I.ta... . ,1" ' T.
nil .rh. j'.-i i a . din
EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk
is safer than ordinary cows' milk
because It lo absolutely sterilized.
Otherwise It is Just the rlchcct, purest cows' milk with
pure cane eucjar added and thickened by evaporation by the eel
ebi.itcd Doidcn'o process. Every can bears tho signature of
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. ' -
I .J. . i.:
T. H. DAVIES &, CO., Ltd.,
fcr lestgiied his poult Ion ns n iiicniber try?" wns asked
of the faculty of Stanford PnlcrMly "When the right conditions exist it
a year ago to lake up Ihesn spei l.il In- Is duo of the hot ' tepllcd the ciie.il;
vesications, In whlih ho Is greatly in 'cr emihntlcally "I'hero am three
Icie. led and It Is expected that ho will unllaln for ruliber culture- flood noil,
return wllh somn valinbtn Inlormntloii right climate, and honest and enVetlw
lor iho goveiiuui'iit hn reineseulK. UxJUXMX K K W V "' ')' 'ft it 5 M.
"We han I'li.iiiio.von luvesled In rub
Lrr In Mexico, nml most of it li in tho
lunula of AincitrniiH," said Dr. Ols-inn-Seffer
lit an Interview wlllru lul
tot In rciimtcr this morning.
"Hiibher cultiiro Is n comparatively
new Industry and wo must develop
methods for collecting nod preparing
the rubber. The wild rubber In lira
,11 mid wesirrn Africa h loustniitly
diminishing while tho ilemand for I Inn
vciy nei'cssary lommodlty Is constantly ,
lncie.i"liiK nml v.o fed that befoio we'
InstJll iiuichliuiy mid ieel; lo develop
tho Indiistiv no should Invo-itlgato con-
dlllnus In the Orlent'il countrleH wiscr'i
the culture Is older. I'lohnhly tlio
KienlrH rubber serllons nro In Ceylon
mid the lVdeiated Malay HtnteB. Mex
ico ciiines next mid then Java. Ituhher
now In lugs tir.il the pound si lllng from
the plantation In open mniket. Thcro
Is no duly on crude iiihber. It Is rc.uru
and peopto iniiFt ban It mid nro only
loo ghul to get It. Thcro U good money
"What In lliu tosl irr aero nf keep
lug up a ruhLcr plaiitalloii?" wuj
"Will, of coiiiko that varies, mid de
pends enttirly upon tho uril of l.iboi
In Mexico from $100 to ).M0 per ncin
fiom thn limn of planting lo the lime
of lapping, which I umi.ill) four or the
jeiia Liter. Wo count n rubber treo
six or seven yeats old worth $1 nod we
plant four bundled lo Ihn line. That
makes a good pel million t iihm'I iih a
lice's lel.ithe ago i nboiil t lilt ly ycaiH,
Jury Brings In Verdict
Of Manslaughter In
The ISLAND MEAT GO.
Is in a cplcndld position to secure for
Itc patrons tho very licet Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Inland Poul
try of every deccrlptlon.
P. E. R. Strauch
$2700 Largo Ilonsn and aero U)t on
Car Line near Zoo. ICusy payment.
$3500 I'.legant 11-rnom modern Itesl-
denoo , Btnbles, Outhouses. Lot
170 x 210. Will bo sacrificed at 1-2
$1300 Or, Coltago at l'nimiil nr, I.lllha
TcrinlniiH. U)t 75 x 150. Iloullh-
lest plnco In Town.
$2250 rottngo on King fit. nr. Wnl-
klkl turn. Lot GO 250, best rest
iloiire district, K.isy payuii'iils.
10 per cent. Cash. Will double In
vnluo next two eniH.
200 Several fluo lliilldlug Lots, all
(ilcaicil; nt I'uiiiiul. $25 Cash; hal-
niico inoiithly without littorcst,
Thoso lota uro tho best In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' leaso on
1 1-2 act cs of invol land, rich soil,
froo fiom stones, near Kulllil For-
And Othor Bargains.
NO 74 SOUTH KINQ 8TRCET.
Thn Jiuy In tho raso of George Wal
bco, v.'ho wa on trial for tlio murder
id his wife, i elm ned n virdlrl of mur
der In tint xi'ioiid dottrei nt S'fid li.M
night, n f l or spending three bourn In
lourldciliig 'hn rase, 'rills' veidlct
inc.ili'i Ihul Woinoo will lecohe nut
mole) than leu yc.iid In prbciii or loss
Ulan live, piobahly tlio latter, iih Iho
Jury roc oinnieiided tho defendant to
tho mercy of tlio court.
One of the fontiiroH of tlio caso which
has not been mentioned In thu p.ipm
Is the way In which V. T. Itawllni,
rniitu to ho cm tho ulde of tint defeiiie,
Waliioo was without fuiiili and Attnr
r.ona Klngsliury nml Andrrsou were
tinncluloil to defend li I tit by thu t'ouit
Il.iwllus hoard of tho c.isn unit offeied
I.N ncrvlois grails, in ho had known
tho defendant formally jonisi. llu wai
paid u high iiiinplltneiil by Iho M'tiliii'
rouiiscl for Iho clefenso yeilriilay, nlm
hinted that Mil for tho asulMaucu of
Mr. Ititw-llm with his kiioKledgii of
the Hawaiian language tint iaro of lliu
defense would havo bi-cu materially
Depuly Attorney General I'nwror
inadii a Hliong mm against thn defend
ant hut the evidence nl his dlnpiH.il
was mainly clirtimstmitlnl and It was
n wry dllloult mnttrr to obtain n vciy
he.ivv M'ullit. Tho wllncssL'd who
would lialllliilly have tendod lo fill or
Ihn pioscciitlnn took tho hide of the
defense mid .Mr. Piixscr it to bit eon
giatiilJli'd on thn Rtroiig showing lh.it
as follows' Axillary nb'cess, 1; ml
ror injuries. C: contusions, 2; uloni
r.ch illsordcr, 1; gunshot wound, 1;
typhoid fever. 1; conjuni Jvllls, 2. til
berculoils. 2: bolls. 2: iiivkIs, 1,
inciimonla, 2: appendicitis, 1; tilcrln
colic. 1; cirrhosis of I Ivor. 1 paraly
se. I. I....W.I.II. 1. .... hl .1..I.III,..
... .. . , . , . . r,o, j, Minn, iii.ia, i, miiii iiviiiii'.
Would you ndvlsc taking out sugar t. vniinnntiiin. linnnMnn in i..
and puttliiK In rubber?" was nsked. ancso, 2; Chinese, 5; Portuguese. 7:
'No; the soil Is Impoverished alter l'orlo Itlcati. 1; fillherilne, l; .Atncrl-
sugar has been raised on It and lo ran, 1; number of cases taken to do
fertilize for rubber Is entirely nn ox- lor, Cj number oi ens token to ho
pertinent so far. 1 understand they I'1'?.'.'.'''.. ' rf" wsncu: raiam.i.
am experimenting In that now at tho """. unciiwiwi
itatlon hoie and I am doing so In Met-1 . . nll-1Meon ,,A.0 .,.., ...
In. at the p.esertt time, but wo do not (DEX ubhed (n lho 8alurdav Dullo;
know what the results will be, ,in -nH the Wttlt,v rdltlon. nl.
Now lu Mexico a great problem I concise and eomnleto resume of all le-
confronts in. We have developed our l gat notices, calls for tenders. Judo,
culture and next ear thcro will bo 'ments. building permits and real et-
Immense tappings, tor wo have many tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
million trees, but wo do not want lo ' t tie P" month,
(HtnMMi factories nml put In machln- a,l pec year.
cry till wo havo Investigated a Utile
moro In the Orient and tho troplinl , .,..., ,. t,i
I. !...!. ...! .1... I. ..I..! I 1.. .1,. I ."" " l" limioi. "Iltu, .vn.
I expect to bo back In Mexico by
Danaers of One-Cron Syttcm
"What can nu say of conditions
hero In tlio Islamlf ?" nuesllon hli
Interrogator, wllh interest, nml the
noted Inventlgalor replied, with llila
"It Is dangerous In be confined to
ono crop. (I refer, of course, to su
car.) Thero seenm to bo nloiity of
loom horn to rj In for the raising of 1
fibre plants, for Instance, though it
in of course difficult to suggest crops,
"'hero R (hn plsal hemp und tlio va
rious agaves. I think this question
fdiniihl be studied, l'rults also should
he dcvelopc'd more, I think; nml I be
lieve that gir.it success might bo
achieved In the silk culture hero. Tho
mulberry tree grows well on nil tho
Islands, and I should think tho matter;
wan worth much consideration. A
ono crop system Is nlways dangerous.
"In the caso of Cuba's annexation
and the removal of duty from sugar,
wo In tho Islands would feel It a good
dcnl, would wo not?"
"Ves, Indeed; for sugar Is much
cheaper to produce In Cuba than here.
Hut I 8iiiKiso you arc paying mora
attention to that matter than you real
ly should. Thero Is ono thing sure:
You ought to work moro for sfdo-
Impressions of Hawaii'
"Wlillo I nm abroad I am going to
visit Italy nml Franco for tho purposo
of looking up tho matter of sill: cul
tiiro mid llieu I shall study the market
conditions In Antwerp and Liverpool
and London. These nro tlio largest
lubber markets In tlio world."
"Is this your first visit to tho Isl
ands?" was asked.
"No; I wiib heio four years ago," re
plied Dr. Olssom-Seffcr. "1 think It
r delightful place.
'I am not in Ilia saino condition as
was a wealthy Swedish steel manu
facturer who with his wlfo wns travel-
ing on my boat. They had never been
bent and experied it was n wild and
i iicltlllml klml of place with natives
tunning nbout unclothed. Their let
ters desrilhlng what they renlly Hnvv
Piter cuniliig hero w'ero very amiis-
"What Is tho thing which Impresses
,miii tho most here?" nuked his vines
tinner. "Well, I think tho gonlieacl of Its
fooplo," ho replied. "And I rnu say
Hint Hawaii takes tlio lead la Ktleio
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous er
Sick Headache, Poor Appc'lte, Cos-
vtn-jt or General Weakness
ils tin- Bitters to mnko her well
again. It lias cured thousiinda In
i jj 1'ie patt 50 years. In caies of In-
dln,c:tlon. Dyrr-ep'la or Malaria, It
plrnds flrt. Try a bo!l!o.
POLICE COURT NCWS
Jiidn- Whitney jestcrdny arrp.ile.t
Groi u Kenuniil on n ehargo of dlar
lu'dlcliic lo pirents.
C. JnliiiKoii colored, tried to niako
e ge'iiway from n Jnpanco saloon es
tenia) wiili three bottlei of gin, Tlio
I lopiiclor liappenrd ic bo looking and
ns n ir-suli .lohiiHim lost tho gin mid
was arrested lulu the barguln
The loroncr's Jury, called to Inves
tigate Iho ele-nth of M.ihl, tilt' MeVO
dure whoso body tiai round la-t I'rl
nay tloitlng imnr 'he Inter Island
wbnrf, last night returned a vprdlct
ol death from drowning under clrcnni
siance unkiio.vn to tho Jury.
Your gnu cr ".ells Pol Hreakfn't rood
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Wallace's Indian Remedies
Old Soros, and All Klnda of Skin Diseases and
A Sure Cure for Piles,
Mado and put up by Tlio Honolulu Remedy Co., J. Lor Wallach
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