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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II, SATURDAY, BEPT. 11, 1009
THERE is nothing
in PAU - KA -HANA
that is in
jurious to the most deli
cate fabric. It will not
take paint off the boards ,
nor eat into the cuticle
as some cleansing pre
just pure soap with an
ingredient that gets to
the dirt and removes it
without tiring the
Any grocer should be
able to supply you. If
yours cannot do so ring
Fred L. Waldron, Tele
NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda' at
HISTORY OF SUGAR:
Sugar, nlthough not strictly an state of perfection ns n commodity
article of food, enters bo largely Into of tho count, r, but lias since some
human consumption that It occupies llnt '. to Bo I'lnco to coffee.
a pl.ee In the vegetable kingdom ' not long .ml
j I . ! .-, n iin. dan Islands were dlscoercd to bo
second only to the gr eat Ife-glv Ing tcuar, ,, ,C(1 t0 cllmnte
u-Mi r,UC. V. Hn, ZLr obi"'" lh0 cwful Browing of cane,
While It Is true that " , whlch ,8amJa ,t WM BOon trans-
sVS - - 'id-d::
.B, J . "V" . ' Z of sugar at the present tlm. that
h. .V, I ii . Z .mMl.thoy nr considered among the larg
nuantltv thus obtained Is so small! ' ...... ,.,
compared with the amount produced
from enno that It enters not at all
as a commercial factor of Interna
tional trade. It Is sugar produccil
from cane alone which enters Into
mlfiiilnllnm rt nil It IF
lUiiumuuus ut iwwj !, unA .- ... .!! too tor nnil
History of nations can bo trtccil ."" '" "-" i""' "'" ,",
, , , .. . ., ., . .,,, cultivated, both In tho eastern and
back from the present day to a dim . .,.. . .. i... t th.i
., , . . ..iwestern hemispheres, but nt that
past which grows more dim and U' .,.,. . ,,.
They Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H. Alden's shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength nnd fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Tell line of
sizes at 3 and $3 50.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandlfcss Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
Clearance Sale at
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 655.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING-,
AND GENERAL PAINTINO.'
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397,
est sugar countries' of tho world.
Kroin tho West Indian Islands tho
sugar cane's star of empire led It
on to tho Pacific shores. Up to as
late as tho latter part of the last
century the Chinese or Orlentnl
Saturday, Sent. 11, at LEILEHUA
Wednesday. Sept. 15. at MOANALUA
Tiokets $1.00; to be had at Fitz
Patrick Bros., M. A, Gunst Co., E.
0. Hall & Son, Ltd., Wall, Nichols
time n now nrlety known as the1
Tahltlan cane uns Introduced
throughout the South Sea Islands.
Thfs latter 'variety Is of heavier
growth, contains more sugar, ripens
quicker and was found to be superior
In every way to tho Chlncso variety.
The Tahltlan cane was not long In
warming Its way to the heart of the
cane lllantcrs, and today this va
ilcty is the Unlvertal crop through
out European sugar countries to the
utter neglect of the ancient Chinese
or Oriental variety.
To Captain Cook tho uorld Is In
debted for the Introduction of tho
Tahltlan cane, and if that noble
navigator's oyagc produced no oth
er good results, this one Item would
square tho account.
Cnno might ho considered of tho
reed family, the knotty' stalk fre
quently ilslng to a height of four
teen feet. ' As the plant grows up
from tane for many joars he-, ,,.. . , k. . , ,. .1 , ... .
., ... . . '. t,.... Illnrlty of tho tane is in tho fact that
it was Introduced Into Europe. , ... . .,
. ,,t,u n moil, mil lUHBtni ut IIIJMI
twenty to fifty Joints, und each Joint
contributing Its sharo to tho gen
eral development nnd nutriment of
the stalk ate a whole, each Joint,
b) n separate sjstcirf of containers,
provides fpn Its own development.
Ktery JolntiU n distinct plant with
in iUilf;cniul if separated from Its
fellows and planted will produco n
perfect oane. In fact this method
Is the onlj one emplojcd In plant
ing a field of cane.
What has, been written here ot
sugar is simply a resume of the
gradual llso of that useful article
from tho dim past. Ah to Its inunu
facturt',(Jbcjlllng nnd shipping, seek
(he Information from nny street
urchin on theso islands.
C, r, MERRILL.
nt last lost in nn obscurity that, hi
liejond the penetrating powers of
those Interested, nnd the uninterest
ed don't care u rnp. Tho same can
be said ot sugar-producing cane.
The original home of the sugar cane,
to far as seekc.B for knowledge In
that particular- line ascertained, Is
in southeastern Asia, and the Chi
nese, who are credited with being
the originators of many of the
world's arts, both lost and in prac
tice today, wero the first people to
Increase the production of cnno by
a proper cultivation and Irrigation
Hjstem, and to extract sugar from
the Juice obtained from tho enne in
u ory llko manner as Is cmplojed
today In our most modern sugnr
mills Indln and Arabia wero the
next countries to enter Into the
sugar-producing business on a oil
that Ion basis.
The Phoenicians imported sugnr
This happy cent, which has since
contributed Its share toward sweet
ening up tho old country, was
hi ought about nt the tlnio Alexan
der the Great was sweeping nil na
tions before htx mighty armies. To
him history cnults the intuiductlon
ot sugar Into Europe, thcteb) leav
ing some sweet with his bitter. The
Introduction ot sugar Into Europe
at that early period must have been,
according to history at hand, an
ecnt of such similar Importance as
tho Introduction of the electric
light, the telegraph and the wireless
In this Inter age. A certain ms
lery seemed to obscuro tho Initial
beginning of sugnr, and many class
ical authors treated the world about
them to theories on Its production.
That sugnr was produced from cone
the) nil knew, b.it while they were
acquainted with sugar Itself by Its
recent Introduction to their land,
of cane they knew little or nothing.
The theory of one of the noted writ
ers of that day was that sugar was
a sort ot honey that formed Itself In
sups attached to the cane. Another
nlrcd his knowledge ot sugar by stat
ing that it was a concretion of Juic
es formed by the cane plant in the
manner ot n thick gum.'
The commercial Intercourse be
tween tho eastern and western world
of the Oilcnt came to an abrupt
end at tho fall of the Roman Em
pire, and the feelings were so bitter
that laws "were enacted that placed
a severe penalty on nny attempt nt
nn exchange of commodities be
tween the Eact ad the West. Dur
ing the time that tMs condition of
nffulri continued, which ran some
what oer a rentury, knowledge ot
the Chinese sugnr plant, as cane
was called at that time, became lost.
At the beginning ot the Crusades
the tnbu on tho exchange ot com
modities was removed, principally
thiotigh tho strong-voiced senti
ments of Venice nnd Genoa, who de
fled the combination ot nations by
again opening up the ancient Inter
com so between tlyj Mediterranean
and the Tar East. It was then, in
tho lattor part of tho eleventh cen
tury, that exports df sugar wero
sent out from China to the Western
world. In the meantime, thrnnirli'
Vomo unknown source, cnno had been
Introduced Into Egjpt, nnd from
there It crossed the Mediterranean,
and In the beginning of tho twelfth
century tho plains of Etna, sur--oundlng
that mountain, -were made
to bloom llko the rosewlth sugar
ciino, nnd Italy making strenuous
bids for the wcste.n trade in sugars
Troiii Ital) cano wus carried to Ma
flora in 1419,
The discovery of America opened
up n new field for tho growing of
sugar cane. Uracil was tho flist
couutiy of tioplcal America bo fav
ored. About. 1519 Portuguese car
ried cone fiom the Canary Islands
to the big South American republic,
where it thrived nnd reached a high
Bisr Double Feature
THE CURf AIN POLE
HIS WARD'S LOVE.
An Old-Fashioned Love Story ,
RETURN OF THE LESS0S ' .
With Entire Chawe of Juggling
Acts and Feats of Marksmanship.
Change of program three timet a
week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
Medalist Dancer, will
Academy of Dancing. Physical and
Grace Culture and Fencing at Odd
Fellows' Hall. Friday evening. Sep
tember 10. 'Adult classes, Monday
and Friday, 8:30 p. m. Juvenile
classes, Tuesday and Friday after
noons, 3:30 p. m. For terms address
Haalelea Lawn- Hotel and Richards
streets. Phone 220.
The Home of1 Vaudeville.
C. Conen Proprietor
Of the Kings of Musical Comedy
Wise & Milton
And company of Singers, Dancers
and Musical Artists.
BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING,
Ilcsolved, That aif'nddltlonnl sum
ot three hundred ($300.00) dollars
be and the same Is hereby appro
priated out of the General Fund, for
mnlntennnco Walmnnnlo Kond Dis
trict, for tho period ending Decem
ber 31, 1909. .
Introduced by1 Supervisor J
J. C. QUINN.
Dated September- 7, 1909.
Tho foregoing resolution was', at
a regular meeting of the Hoard of
Superivsors of the City and County
ot Honolulu, held on Tuesday, Sep
tember 7,-1909, passed to print on
thetfollowlng,vote of the said Uoard:
Ayes: Cox, Logan, Qulnn. To
tal: 3. .
Noes: 'Ahln, Tyjett. Total: 2.
Absent and. not .voting: Kane,
McClellnn. Total: 2. t
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
409 Sept. 8, 9, 1.0, 11, 13.
Prices . . , 10, 20. 30 cents
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Open Every Afternoon
.. And Evening ,
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 ,T0 9
oien an 'EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO lO.dO
A BARGAIN IN A PIANO
May be n poor bargain unless iou
know mnro about pianos than most
people. When Thaer Piano Co. hao
second hand pianos they sell them
cheap. A used piano they sell as bar-
ir-llnn mil! tpll vnu lrhiJ
Thbj bell a full size 7 1-3 octavo
hory keys, which is a bargain at $250.
JSf sjv , jjrii
"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chicago
1891; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; New Orleans 1885."
W.C. PEACOCK & CO., Lid.
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa.S 500
9 B. R. House and Lot, Nun-
'.u Valley J00
?. R. Honse and Lot, Auwai
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa
lama . ,' , . . . . 600
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., eto.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
(Continued from Pase 1)
& SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. Young
Building. (Next Cable Office.)
Formerly cutter, for H. P, Both, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Alexander. Young Building.
G Telephone 5
C. H. Behn
Proprietor and Manager..
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
1 Exhibition of
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15c
TENDERS FOR WATER PIPE.
lllds are requested by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of tho County of
Knual until 1 o'clock'p. m., Oct. 6,
for one thousand feci of eight-inch
well casing, delivered f."o. b. wharf
Time of earliest dejivery must bo
stated. Iilds must be sealed In plain
en elope and marked Tenders for
Water Pipe n'nd addressed to Hoard
of Supervisors, County of Knual.
J. H, MORAGNE,
County Itoad 'Supervisor.
4409 Sept. 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16.
Open Air Theater
Fort Street. Below Beretanla;
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
THE NEW PAINT
A reHttble paint specialty
prepared expressly for coat
ing cement, plaster and brick
Much superior to oil paints
for this special class of work.
, Call for color card and
Lewerc & Cooke,
177 8. King Street.
Your machine will be ready for
roa when we say it will be. We
ion't experiment on an tot; we repair
ALEXANLTO Y0UNO BUILDING.
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
Xing, near South, , '
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
Admission 10 and 10 cents
Children v.5 cent
Sunday, September, 12
K. A. C. VS. C. A. 0. '
J. A. 0. VS. U. S. M. C.
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., King street.
,VWl i .
1 1177 Alakea St.
Beautiful assortment arrived in
the Alameda and now unpacked.
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania,
' hVonly telf-feeding Ink
Pad. " Saves trouble, dirt and
expense. Beats the old stvle
of ink pad so far that you'll
use the "Geyser" once you
see it. All color inks.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
The tmost, delightful
5 i, f- place, for an outing.
0 . I
Curiof, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, eto.
,,; im Hotel, near Fort.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Agents . for - the Kissel Kar and
j J n Merchant-St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
b King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB '
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25S,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.