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We Are Now Sho wins'
recently bought by our
Mr. Brasch in
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Tariff Talks and Some
rnrtlii'1. Mr llni'icr m all. m .1 ln IlllII'I EieMlirPP TIT
i linn Slimaimii. plru! ...... In-ui ! fl 1 S 5 A iJ A ft! r r rflS
ido . ri.,iili.iw. iiml .idli'lllnl i.'i ill j ILL is ill iimLUL Lit!
Cuba Coming To Front
As Big Producer
The pineapple situation is now rath
er interesting, nccoidlng to tho devel
opments outlined iu the discussions
last evening nt tlic mooting in regrrd
to tho turln iovIbIoii measures.
liotii tlie Delegate unci W. W. llnin
rr uiciilluucil tho complications which
are arising over the proi?lon of tho
nineley tariff which admits plno3'
which tiro not put up with sugar nt n
low rate lint which placon a rule n! :c.
.er poiiiul mi pines with which sugar
Is lived. There Ih now a test cato
pending 111 thu courtH or appeal In
Nov; York Jo determine how much
iittsnr inn:' lie used w l.h the idnes.-nud
t lie article still pass at the low rate.
low bn.dn. linn removing k iiii" ". i'k
lirotertiiiu ulildi the Dinvliy in: Iff in
tended l.oulil lit' thrown nil ml in I.'
Culj.i as a ilnupplc prnduciuu eimn
tiy was bioiight to tho front. It was
mentioned that an Incidental state
"ome time during their shipping mm
sun. the total amount or plum ten'
out had lieou OUO.Ofli) cates. This li.
something hiis; n year's production
here, and was nn uyo npeuei as to the
extent to wllch Cuba Is going in for
this Hue of production.
ic-i mat an Ineldoutnl state-1. , , , ..
ind recently appeared In H.impOrt FrORl HOniS NOW
ineas to tin1 effect that up to i
1'ilnce Kuhlo KaUulannolo liaa
leased one nnd one-qnaiter acres of
lind lying along the floerument rial
tit Koloa from l-aiihnu Opeka for :.
term of twelve yours. The cnnsl.iei
ntlou Is a yeaily rental of S30, iinyahlu
on the flrht day of July of each year
The lease began .Inly first of till i
At the tarllf meeting last evening
a very Interesting situation In rlco
gruwlug and consumption In these
Island was developed. With 11a-w.illan-giowu
rlco aclltng nt 75 cents
per bag ehenper than Japaneso un
polhhed rlco after tho ptesent low
duty 13 paid, still thcro is nu Immenso
consmupllou hero of tho Imported
article, ami tho locally giown grain,
which undersells llio other, wants for
u market at times.
T. R I.niislug went into the rice
lllthop Kilwin II. Hughes an Ives l.i
San Kiunciseo to succ'i'd nitdion Hntn.
Ilton of the Motliodlht i:pIjco;iali"lluatl" !,t 'o meeting last evening
church. lather extensively, but wound up
FACTORS IN NEW YORK'S CAMPAIGN
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with tho statement that tho largo
growers of the Carollnns, I.oulstaiiu,
nnd Texas would look nfter their In
terests In tho matter of tho tariff, and
thero was little use of Hawaii trying
to do mote than they would do. lie
spoke of the modern methods used In
tho Southern States, whore the Vice
Is town by mnihlncry in Immense
tracts of thousands of acres, as grain ,
is sown in tho West, nnd wliero It is
harvested and threshed by mnchln-'
oi y. He commended the organization
of tho glowers In Louisiana nnd Tex
as, and thoucht that then- weio nlivo
enough to tho situation to take catc'
of it. He pointed out that the rice-'
glowers lieio nio not progressive, I
that they use old mothodi, plant by
hand In small patches, and not allow
tho land to dry tit any time of tho
car, thus finally wearing out the
best of the lands.
V. O. Smith tool; exception to tho
view that the Southern growers
would attend to tho situation. Ho '
pointed out tho especial and Interest
ing problem of Hawaii tho Impor
tation, of lice from tho Orient for
consumption by tho laborers here,
nnd suggested that it a uniform duty
of 2 cents per pound on both polished
and unpolished rlco wcro made the
situation would Do remedied.
"Mr. Clialiman," said E. D. Tcn-
ney, "I want to nsk Mr. Lansing
what Is tho cost of polishing this rlco
after It Is here, nnd the loss In
"The loss In weight Is nbout S to
10 per cent.," said Mr. Lanslug.
"Take tho cost of polishing here as
10 per cent. more. Hut I want to nn-'
swer Mr."Smlth's observations. Ho
points out that 1.S00 bags of rice,
unpolished, nro Imported 'hero a
month, as shown by the figures of
"Tho developing of a preference on
tho part of tho Orlentnl laborers for
u product giown In tho Orient was n
cleer business move. It was started
about eight or ntun yenis ago. Now,
with Hawaiian rlto soiling for 75
cents per bag less thnn tho .Inpnnc30
III title, they htlll eat thn latter. I
do not think that n tcmodeling of the
tariff would makn any dllTeieucc, us
they wnnt n product which we cannot
furnish them, and that Is all thcro Is
It was figured out on his statement
that tho putting of the duty nt 2
tents per pound for tho unpolished
would ralso the cost per bag about
75 rents morn.
Hut tho question Is, Would tho
.In panose still buy tho moio expensive
ATHLETIC ttELATIOKS WITH
HAD LONG WHKkf ? HAKE, lMM D lAllfH" SZ, f 7 BEARD HAS 5
IRS. BUT J.MLl'A - GREN.AH"HA! TiiBMElJ fiA i G ' . i -H?. A 6
WHEN WyJDm' j V-'M SCtHHtT FROM AJ2M J XTivVnL
wned sdHi4 frt jaWvnumD hair fmm a ap?Lt?m
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, The political situation in the State of New York i3 no less important this yenv than on foimcr occa
sions. Qovcnior Huhe3 is the center about which the contending clcintnts of tho Ilcpublicnn party are re
volving. The Organization crowd, headed by Timothy Woodruff, is not happy over the prospect of Hughes
seeking a second term as Governor. The Federal Administration forces, however, have decided to support
Hughes, and he will probably he nominated. Prominent in the political gatre besides Woodruff arc Parson of
New York City and General Woodford. Hughes has no particular love for them, as he feels that although
these men led the New York delegation to the National Convention as an instructed Hughes delegation, they
were not in fact active supporters of his campaign for the Presidential nomination.
NtTW VOUIC, ii, Y Aug. 10. Tho
Amateur Athletic I'liUm of tho Unit
ed States will bleak athletic tola-
tloii3 with tho Iirltlsh Amateur Ath
letic Association. This, was practi
cally decided upon today. Thero li
a posslblo chance than nn apology
may patoh up mattois, but now It
looks like a 100-to-t shot.
Tho govcrnliiE boird of the Ama
teur Athletic Union of the United
States Is now taking u mall voto on
the question, and it seems that tho
vote will ho unanimous to have noth
ing moro to do with tho Iirltlsh Ama
teur Athletic Association. Charles
K. Evans, who arrived from Kuropu
on Friday, brought back the. details
that prove the last sjuiw. He shows
how unfairly tho Americans weio
j treated by 'the Iirltlsh during tho
It Is almost a fotcsonn conclusion
that Carpenter will bo accorded tho
amateur championship, and as such
will go In tho hoolt of rccouls. This
will hi lug forth a protest fiom the
Iilltishcrs, nnd an open-air war will
bo tho lesiilt.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Grsnd Opening of Kahulul Retail
Uranch of Great Mercantile En
terprise Maul Perconals.
(Special to tho Hullo tin)
Wnlluku, Aug, 22. Tho ovunt of tho
week In tho commercial lino wan tho .
opening of tho Hawaiian Commercial
ami Sugar Co.'s new l'uuneno stoto at
Kahulul, almost opposite the Mnsoulo
building, it Is a splendid wi.odeu
building, th main storo being BOxSO, !
and without doubt tho finest and most
elegantly fitted retail iitoro on Maul. '
Besides tho main mom nro Iho ladles' i
waiting room, tho office, and thn ship-1
(ilng room, SCx3i! foot. Tho goods nro
displayed with groat tiibto. tho dlf-'
fercnt departments being tho hard-1
ware, the Bhoo, gioceiles and ciock-l
ery, and tho hulled' department, wliero i
tho latest flnory ftom tho Orient uu
well as tho Occident mo placed In
spotless show eases to attract tho oyos
of tho admirers, Thcro mo also ait-,
leles for kodak fiends to rovi 1 In, ami I
our spoilsmen who wish to tnku n day
olT nmuug tho wilds of iiauaula or on 1
tho mitsliy plains of Ukiimehame, can
ft'lecl tho lato3t In tho gunnery lino.
Tim I'uuiiuno stoio Is Intended to' bo
tho Kmpnrlum of Maul County, and
ilnco Kahulul harbor ranks next to
Honolulu In point of Importance, tho
Hawaiian Commeiclal Intends to make
this stoio teco'id to none in Iho Tev- j 1" Maliaulit and v;f to Horace 1' Ms
riioiy hiinlii cl at ...' 13
OuThmsday evening Iheie we-.e n .1 WVf1LTJ1Bli,l1 ",l,w" ",VSt C" I'1'1 '?,,
less th-m ne bun I red people p.osen. lv.'",,U,, ,,w to 'KeaVahi-'i.V k'.iIiV-.
to witness thu opining of this new j ' J'- ' '' m tu Kt"UIJ,'ia "i"'1
r.!0' ?.!!!f.!l,..8,,";.,. '!!"?re '!l!!ir'Vi": c wiium wViiV'oitr'x""'!."'
inciu iviu i ill ii i iitiu tiuuMi uiiriiiK nit' I if, ,11 Piiii r
pjiHi un j Dai n, nun iu uiu MtiK"
Kahulul umtniiii'il mostly rilmckri, i
win uiu iHUM-iii. iMiinmu buju'. 1V, ilf n ., n,ulinil i... Vlv. ... wn,
i r L-.. ...I... r... ...... i.. ... r- ... I.. ..... ... . ,.r...i. .. .... ... ....
,v. ., aiiaiAR, iiiiiit'iij ui iuiiri, in, ...... i n..,, 11
l'.va (5ordr.n to V C Shields llel
Crtercil for Heeord Ann. 25, 1903,
from 9 a, m. to 10:33 a. m.
niaiLiecr of tho nnw ktnii, i.'llli W. '
KusudI nsslstunt manager. The 11. C
& H. Co. now controls tho Kiliol store,
Camp 1 (I'imncuo) stoio, Cat.ip ."
store, now l'uuneno storu and Iho K.i'
liiilnl store, all of which nro junior tho
supervision of .1, W, Wrenn, as gen
eral manager, tu whnyo energy mid
foresight tho l'uuneno stoio has been
brought Into being, Tho old Kahulul
store will ho conducted eutliely an a
wholesale business housi', which all'
tho retail business will be carried on
In tho new place, and with tho present
force under Mr. Sparksflt will piovo
tho wltdoin of tho enterprise.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. Gutcla returned to
Wnllultii Tuesday ovenlng, nnd tliU
morning, Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Robin
son loturned by the Clandlno. Thoy
all have enjoyed their trip to tho malu
O. K. Smithies, Inspector of National
banks, Is In Walluku this morning.
REAI ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug. 21, 1903,
from 10:30 a. m, to 4 p, m,
Joso limine nnd wf to Frank Ignatla.lJ
8 Hayashl to V TakoKuwa el al Trs
Mrs l.atillmu Opekr. to J Kuhlo Ka
Innlananlo , li
Ilcniy l' Haldwlii nnd wf to liept of
1'iibllc Instruction I)
Additional trial Jurors for tho com-'
lug term uoie drawn this morning by
Cleik Hachelor for Judgo Do Holt's
court as follows: Win. M. Mlntou,
l'renk K. Illake, Harold T. Hnyseldoif,
Henry A. Asch, 13d Wonghum, Jainea
T. Capeland, Uobeit llnlr, W, II. Char
lock, A. C, lliichiinun, C. P. Ilenton, O.
C. Swain, IMward Drew, E. P. Cliapln,
Ahiuhum. H. Afong, IJdniund Swan,
Henry P. Iloth, Ueniard T. Dcardtnoro,
Tho convention of pure food asso
ciation held at .Mackinac island, Mich
igan, minuted a resolution to draft a
Tr Dmodel lav; for dlfforcul Stales.
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