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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WnDNESDAY,,NOV. 11, 1068
A Sale that will save you money
on all qualities of Table Linens.
Hemstitched Lunch and Dinner
All pure linen of extra fine quality, in sizes 45x45, 54x54, 63xG3,
$3.00 QUALITY $2.05 $0.00 QUALITY , $5.25
$4.50 QUALITY . . . . 3.00 87.50 QUALITY $0.75
Satin Damask Linen Dinner Cloths
Made with napkins to match. Regular dinner sets of the finest
quality, 22 yds. square, and of elegant design, selling this week at RE
Mercerized Dinner Cloths
ALL NEW; WASH AND WEAR WELL.
8-4 $1.50 QUALITY $1.15 10-4 $2.00 QUALITY $1.05
While Linen Table Damask
$1.00 Quality, 2 ils. wide. .80c yd. $1.35 Quality, 2 yds. wide. .$1.10 yd.
1.25 Quality, 8 yds. wide. .05c yd. $1.50 Quality, 2 yds. wide. .$1.20 yd.
. HALF-BLEACHED LINEN
72 in. to yd,, extra quality. .75c yd. Extra heavy, 50c quality, at 3712cyd.
IN STANDARD SIZES AND NEW PATTERNS. ALL AT REDUCED
PRICES, PROM CHEAPEST TO THE FINEST:
$1.25 QUALITY at $1.00 doz. $2.25 QUALITY at $1.00 doz.
$1.75 QUALITY at $1.45 doz. $2.75 QUALITY at $2.45 doz.
$4.00 quality at $3.25 doz.
BETTER QUALITIES IN THE SAME PROPORTION.
N. S. Sachs
Dry Goods Co., Ltd., Fort & Boretania
We have every quality of STATIONERY
and every Size, Color, and Price.
All the popular PERIODICALS of the Day.
OAT & MOSSMAN,
Near Post Office
Hawaiian Iron Fencs and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDC, 176-100 KINO STREET. PHONE 237.
Prices from 5e to $1.00
Washable and Fancy
L. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
(Continued from Pace 1)
The question ut opening tho Imlch- , vessels where the hntclics nro Kept
cs on Bhlpi carrjlng migar acro39 tho closed arrives In hotter condition
ocean whs also touched upon. Mr. (than where the hatches nro opened
lllnil expressed his disapproval of thu Tor ventilation."
custom of opening tho hatches tin, I). V. Fonton asked. "Do ou thlnlt
sugar ships tn nlr tho holds nud slat- that cargoes of Sugar In ships re
ed that, ns. n general thing, ha bo- epilro any ventilation during tho voy-
lloves that sugnr arrives at Its dos- ago, Mr. Williams?"
filiation In hotter condition when tho jjo Ventilation Needed
hatches arc kept battened down all "I do not. When n ship leaes
of thu time. hero there Is, of necessity, a certnln
The completion of Mr. Hind's pa-, amount of nlr In the hold with the
per wns tho signal for n general ills- cargo. That air contains a quantity
tusslon. of molBturo.
Air in Hold Bad
Said Mr. l'nxlon, "Tho great dif
ference In tho condition of sugar
shipped nn tho Kurt llcorge, which
was equipped with patent ventilator.)
which Kept n current of cool air pass
ing through tho space bolow tho com
partment In which tho sugnr was
tarried, mid that sent by ships not
so equipped was most noticeable.
"It was demonstrated that, where
the hatches of tho ships tiro opened Opening Hatches Condemned
to nlr tho cargo, the sugur Is much ' "" e hatches are opened several
moio likely lu sweat, than where tho "" during tho vongo, air has :
necessity for such action Is obvlatod .tlianco to get ut the sugar under vn
ond no nlr Is let Into tho hold bo-l'Ious conditions, and tho remit will
twceii the time that tho sugar Is load (Undoubtedly bo mpro moisture In the
ed cm board and Its arrival at 1U cargo.
Ilnnl destination." C. U. Kennedy said; "Wo tried nn
v a ., ,.n., , . n experiment n few j cars ago with
J. N. S. Williams said: "This mat-,,, gnm ,IuantUy t sugar packed It
tor has been considered at length by I ...,.,,? ,,..na Ti.BI, ,,. W,.A
shippers mid captains on tho Island ,(c(, nlong8ijc iMBS ot tho ofdl
of Mnul. When tho Anicrtcnn-II.i- jnn . vnrjcty
willnn steamers llrst begun carrying ..Somo ; ,ntcr when 10 BURar
sugar he cap ali.S nil had orders to jw.,s cxnnllncu t wal( follI1(, tnnt lhc
open (ho batches nnd nlr the cargo. Rl(;nr wu, ,ho wntPrproof covcrg
"Now ns that ship gets Into a cold
cr climate, say in rounding the Horn,
the temperature of the nlr in the
hold Is reduced. Thu result Is that
tho .moisture condenses nnd is com
municated to the sugar. As soon as
tho Bhlp again passes Into warmer
latitudes, however, tho air becomes
warmer and the sugar dries out. Thus
It arrives nt New York in much tho
' same condition that It leaves here.
Flic lesull was that much of tho su
gar ni rived nt Its destination In very
Nearly ctory experiment has
wns In flno condition, while that not
h protected had deteriorated considerably."
KxtractR from the reports read at
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
demonstrated that sugar shipped on tills morning's meeting follow:
Extract from report of Committee on warehouse for, and storage of,
As n-gimh tlio STOHACi K OF SUG Alt : Mint of tho sweat
ing Htigar, liv nil accounts if tlio lloor is of cwicrr-to: i gcni'mlly
on tlio outside of tlio pile, it would therefore sran, mi fur ns is
practical, mifiiir nhuuhl lio flinched in ono continuous pile, rather
tliuii in Miinllcr lot, tints reducing the urea likely to lie ctTcuted.
And if sides of liuildiugri are of corrugated iron mill made iiIho
lutely tiglit us suggested, sugar could lio piled Willi reasoualilo
siift.v close lo, or at least within a few inches of lhc wall. Jf
howj'ver of T & (1 a wider space should lie allowed. 1 f of rough
luiiilicr liuttcucd, a space should ho left wide enough for a pas
sage along wall, and sugar covered with tarpaulhis1 particularity
on windward side. The object sought in every iii'tanco should
be to prevent in far a possible nny damp air coming into con
tact with tlio sugar. l the district of .N'or'th Kohnla, noted as
was previously stated for its damp climate, utigiiV JiT'tifton kept
between seasons for several mouths with little preccptablo injury
if properly covered with tarpaulins, while any left uncovered
anil subject to a free circulation of air, will after a few weeks
occupy considerable space along the floor, on the wrong side of
the bags in the shape of molasses. v
Extract from report of Committee on Manufacture and Utilization
Tho past sugar season has been most, remarkable' .for the un
usual strength and purity of the original cane juices, for the
uninterrupted period of lino weather during tho crashing sea
sou, thus enabling a high average tonnage if cine to be ground,
which, in conjunction with tho richness of tlio juice, brought
about a very high averago output of bagged sugar; also for
the high average prico the product obtained at market. Thcra
have been several years when homo of the iiIkivo factors ot
success in sugar making were realized during tho crop, but
there nro no records on file which show a season so generally
favorable in every respect over the whole of this Territory;
tho results from which have reached the magnificent total of
over .100,000 tons of Migar exported, having a vnluo of over
forty millions of dollars.
Willi such figures to point nt, criticism of tho methods em
ployed Would bo of little avail, m that a retrospective review
of the factory results obtained during the past season in com
parison with (hose of yoiM gone- by, would teem to bo peculiarly
appropriate at this time. " ,
Ju tho Utilization of By-producls no advance over other years
can bo remarked; nothing has been done as yet in tho niaiiu
factum of alcohol from was'to molasses, and it is not probable
that anything will ho done for homo time, since tho working
of the law permitting thu manufacture of denatured 'iilcolinl
free of lax has not produced (tin results looked for during (lio
fall of I noil. Whether (his is duo to tho spread of the anti
liquor movement throughout-tlio United Slates, or to tho failure
of denatured alcohol to find tlio anticipated market is uncertain,
tho fact remains that capital has not been attracted by the
largo economic waslo known lo bo going mi in every ono of
our sugar factories, in the refuse inobis-es, sour and borer
eaten cane, mill washings, etc., to say nothing of other sources
of alcohol such as pineapplo surnps, and mi forth.
Jt is reported that a method of exhausting molasses 'of its
sugar contents has Wit developed at the Jliiui Agricultural
Company' mill at Puiu, but 3Ir. P. J. Foster, ils originator,
is not yet prepared to niiiko public the details and .results.
Tho scums from tho filter presses are utilized by being spread
upon Uio land for fertilizer, tho bugas-o or refuse cane after
crushing is used for fuel, ami the mill ashes are disposed of
for road niateriaj ,or top dressing on tho fluids in accordance
with individual ideas, all in much tho same niannor and with
much tho same results as formerly, so that your Cjpminittco
thinks that the statement that no advance has been mado in
tho utilization of by-products, whilo regrettable, is strictly
In closing (his report your Committee feels that special unto
should bo taken by this Association of tho excellent resultsidiio
to tho exchange of weekly Mill Keports, which are shown by
tlio largo number of sugar factories now included in CIas3 A,
as compared with those in 1!)0J ; and your Committee is strongly
of the opinion that this exchange of reports should bo con
tinued, and still further elaborated if that bo practicable.
(Continued on Page 4.) .,
"For over 60 years I hao alw its kept
Ayer's Cherry l'ecloral In tlio hoa. l!y
fatW'oftcn loU m that It mvoJ my Ufa
when I was tery yenuc."
of homes Ayer's
is a household
b o e n
u so d
parents, then by the parents, and
now by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippo, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
is tho standard remedy tho world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no substitute.
Put, up in largo and small bottles.
rnsirW lr ft. I. CAnr&U.lMtn, Ulii , u. . .
COLLEGE OF HAWAII
On .Monday, Nov. ICtli, tho Colleg
if Hawaii will offer Instruction
ho subjects listed below, to person
tot less than eighteen jcars ot or
uid who arc not attending gchool r
.Indents. Thu courses will contlnu
.nil! .Ian. 3tst. 1009, Tho classes vl
login nt 3 o'clock ami cnntlnitu for om
hour or longer, ut tho discretion o
Thoso deslilng In tnkn theso course
hall chosu their subjects' and regit
cr with tho piesldcnt on Thursday
."rhlny, and Saturday of this week
I'olloulng nro tho subjects:
1. JJATUHK STUDY.
lectures and demonstrations nt
ilants, their structure, parts, habtt
Lectures on tho life history, hnblt
ind tho economic relations of souu
Lectures and demonstrations on th
ihoses of nnltnn! lifu; Qeofngy an
hyslology that nro of overy-day ap
Cluss meets on Monday, Vodnesda
nd l'rlday. Professors I'ope, Porter
Lectures and demonstrations oi
oodR, their comiHisltlon, inanufnt J
lire, preparation, and use. This cours
vlll bo divided Into tvw parts (a) fo
tudents who have hail sufficient chcni
'stry lo enable them to tiiidorstanf
cbcinlcal terms, principles of cnmpasl
Ion nnd nutrition (limited to sixteen
Undents): (b) for thoso who have no
Class meets (a) Tuesday nn
nmrwlny; (b) Wodncsdiiy and FrI
Students In these classes will pay
eo to cover cost of materials use
3. CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS.
Lectures and experiments on som
f tho aspects of chemistry mid phy
.-s as applied to overy-ilny life.
Class meets Tuesday and Thursda)
rofossors Morgan and Severance.
4. I'ltEE HANI) DltAWINO.
Instruction lu freehand delineation
Ight and shudo with pencil nnd chni
oal f i om casts, models and nature
Class meets Wednesday and Krlday
linlted to fifteen. Miss Chlpnian
5. flEUMAN LITEIlATllItK
Lectures In English on tho doveloi
nent of (Icrman lltoraturo. A ioa
pg knowledge of dermaii Is deslrab.
in the pait of those attending as Ii
ustratlvo extracts will bo read lu tin
irlglnnl by tho U-rturur. Dr. Malison
Class mom work In Algebra or (lr
metry and Arithmetic.
Tho work In Arithmetic will be treai
d to uoino extent' lilstoilcally, tnvas
Igatlng and elusslfjlng the principle,
tdth reference to tho leaching ol
Tho work lu Algebra and (leometry
vlll ho by lectures and problems foi
ho members of tho class.
Class meets: Arithmetic, Monday
Vcdnesdny, and l'rlday; Algebra nnr
leometry, Tuesday and Thiirtday
A public band concert will bo given
his ocnIng nt 7:30 at Aula Park
riio following Is tlio program:
March: "Llborty Dell" Souza
Jvortiire: "French Coined)".... lloln
avorturo: "llcnutlfu! Ilieozo". .Meisle
Selection: "Kuunwiiy Clrl". .Monckton
vocal: llnwallnn Songs. nr. by Ilerger
Selection: "Yo Olden Times".., Iloyer
.Vnltz: "El Paso" Espada
'liinlo: "Mulokumn" and "Alii Wo
"Thu Star-Spangled llanner"
Several fine BUI1DINQ
I0TS at PUUNUI above Ii
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstrnoted view,
cool and healthy. 50x105.
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balanoe $10 p, m.
P. E. RStrauch
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO SI.
WILLIAM H. TAFT
is being tofistecl all
over the country
Hants, Seeds, Trees 4k
Send your name and address for
our fully illustrated
NEW 1009 GENERAL CATALOGUE
to be ready for mailing in December.
We are already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
would li':s all interested in the gar
den to send for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown largely on oar
own farms and are the B E S X TO
Co C Morse,
52 JACKSON ST. ALSO MARKET ST.
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA.
This shec comes as near perfection
as finest materials and expert work
manship can bring it.
Made of finest Black Kinj Cilf,
with full leather lining. An ideal
dull leather shoe for business and
general wear. It has attractive style
nnd excellent wearing qualities.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD
SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF OLD SHOES DONE IN A JIFFY.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
It it's painted by i
The Paint Shop. 134 King St,
$1 a Year
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