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NEW SDMMEK GOODS.
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Read The Honolulu Republican.
HE SUGAR BEET
MD ITS CULTItiTIOH.
Great Increase in Acreage
FACTORIES IN MANY STATES.
FAST BECOMING 02TE OP THE
LEADING CHOPS 0?
Summary of Crop Reports Prom
Seventeen States Show That
Production Tnia Tear Will
Be Very Large.
NEW ORLEANS, La., Aug. 9. Tb.it
the beet sugar iacustiy Is growing by
eaps and ouunus is well suura by a
duuiiuary in the last nuiuru
ot the Louisiana Vianter. This
is iiiuue uy Uvui me crop repoiis
ot seventeen siaits, ana not oiy suai!a
mat bctt auDa.r wiu soon Oe an
luctur in tne American luarUi,
out that me laiiucis are reading mm
ciiO unoiiurtU pioulS trozn its
'ine vatiuus summaries lor ins
umu 'ihe bulletin lately issued !j
the oino doiicuiiuiui ixpct:uc.ut Sta-
uuu (,nbi u lull ot mc
iu.ui in LbKi. ftwsais in uiut suite up u
.:. JjJ" U.ee c.fc..m.eULa it i5
oatrauu iuo.l the noitncin poruon ot
J Ui. SlaU. 15 tue lilUal. aii.'ttlltUofcOUi Ij
) to lucuiicn of ine beet Ucida and
o.its. and eany A.m na.'v
i -vii u..iia io be tne beat setutng pen-
uuo. However, Uie laiuieis will Ua.'e
io expeiiuient sua luriner and snow
a coiueicnt supply ot oects win c
asurcu Dtiuie capital can be turned m
.ne direction ot laotory uundtug to any
citut. ilie new bet lactory at
is progifeaaing lapiQiy aua all uu
outside oaiiamgs are umsneu, wtm.
the steel tiaruts of tne rnam ouildino
aie coiapieted and the brlcK work progressing
rapidiy. It is anticipated ina.
the lactory will be ready eany in
'ihe beets for the lactory a.e
doing excellently, although a little
backward in growth, but increasing
rapidiy in size the past few weeks, 'fu.
company has 2ioU acrts of beets pledged,
of wnich 2.4U0 acres have a spienait.
stand and the rest is said to be fairlj
U i AH This state turns out annually
about ly.OOO.Mu pounds of wnue sujw
The factory at Lehi is equipped wiw
j uiiies of piping, througn wmch th
oeet juice is puuipea rroui the
near the beet farms to uk
lactoiy. 'the piping between the ttin3
ham Junction auxmaiy station atiu
Lehi will probabiy be used aiso fo.
transferring irrigating water to Lehi,
wnere it is very scarce.
ILLINOIS the Illinois Sugar Re.'in
ing. Company has this year about 7,0'Jv
aeYcs of beets contracted for their fac
tory at Ptkin, 2,uu0 acres of which a-.,
in the states of Indiana and Iowa, f h
Pekm factory has been equipped wttt.
a glucose plant and will manufacture
that product during the months wIijl
the factory is not handling beets. Thu
addition of a glucose plant has givci.
rise to an erroneous report that th
factory would abandon beet sugar, aru
Mr. Herget, the vice-president an
manager, has stated that instead o.
abandoning beet sugar manufacture
they intend going into the business oi
an increased scale and already hav
plans on foot for an increased acrea?..
next year. The season has been varj
favorable for the growth of beets, wiu
enough rain and cool nights, and thi
crop Is now laid by. The Pekin factorj
-ill commence the manufacturing cam
paign about September 10th. The h2l
work there will be under the genera
superintendence of Prof. Holden of th
State Agricultural College. An expari
ment as to the advantages betwee.
Russian and American labor in the bat
fields has been made by the Illinoi
Sugar Company, with the results li
favor of the Americans, although ex
erienced Russian beet growers war
brought from Nebraska for the worn
and it is reported that next season
American labor will be exclusively
used. ML Pulaski is experimenting
with sugar beets and the crop is
found profitable in that section.
tiW itmiv iue itUoUouiiionBec
Sugar Works have applied for space u
the Pan-American Exposition for ;
exhibit. From North Lyons comes :h
report of an advanced crop. The Way.i
County Sugar Beet Company has bed
organized with a capital of $25,000. Th
company's object is to purchase, rate-sell
and deal in sugar beets and otlu
farm products. The Country GentU
man says In regard to thi corporatlo.
that it is a question whether the star,
will tolerate a corporation acting :.
middle man between the factory an
grower, the real intent of the sugar li
being to encourage, farmers and a
corporations to raise beets. Sugar bee
form a very prominent crop in Wayr
county, and the crop is reported i
having been extensively benefited 1
the recent rains, and a good harvest
MICHIGAN The Installation of ti
new osmose plant for the Michics
Beet Sugar Company at Bay City h
been under the supervision of Mr. Hei
ry Vallez, the superintendent of tl
Lehi. Utah, sugar factory. The ru
chinery was manufactured in Utah j?
dcr the direction of Mr. Vallez. He r
ports the crop prospects as being e
tremely promising in Michigan. It .
said that the farmers In the vicini
of Bay City had considerable trouble i
securing sufficient help to weed the.
beets. The state cf Michigan is prt.
fngltKlf en Its great progress In ti
sugar Industry, having made 110,03
tons of beet sugar this year, while t
years ago the industry was but In
infancy. The- state produces 75 p
cent of Its home consumption of suga
A combination, hay and sugar heet
on has been put on the market in
Th .Bay, Ctfy Sugar Companr
4; also; adopted, the caaoea proesv
ad it?ailPFlnf Its dried palp abrov
for cattle fooa. The ftrssera luraisn
lag beets to the- Pioneer Sugar Com
pany are desiring 54.50 per ton in
stead of fi,.as arranged; for In
contracts. Another factory may a
erected In "WesTrBsjrCify.
saccharine test of Michigan beets las
year showed thera to be a little
per"ceat, 4&e beet farmers in Kat
rnazoo and adjacent eouaile are cou
Lias!o'!'bl profits this yearIrom
! &t Marine Ciqy u iuuin& iovruds
pteUuc, aau aursc vaiuxiCH uT
INDIANA The iarmers In VHutc
Icptaity t&ve acitage of Ocets
inu ur, owius tu tae tauure ot me
ctjv ci op, ai.u. tne itczttt of a iare
cjoo in teat euuuiy u aooo.
OoUiuuuo tuc .i'rccts for tie
beer, ciovac xtoc.y rots are reported
to ce liuexteiieu, k&s to- be the nnesl
ever ituwn oy ue aIa&iozl ueet au-
sr Uuimy u iu tuax experience.
tat KuiUyany Has aueauy ouerea on:
tanner i.iw lor at ctop ot teets va.
tainy acres of feuid. oeeta nxtecn
uuiu m. length ie aieauy trcina
uiuyzzi in ituui tne Qeios as
uu tccvunt oi lox ucc proN;t,
the company Ls wnun to auvance tne
ldti.cta aul Cue tuOu.v neceaSarT to
.us- uieir oeej, ana eery wCcjl onna
aauiUbUal reowiuk ot cro niurteu
to tec coxapaiiy. ousx city, jusi. taio
out stX liiouuis ago, u&s uuw a w,wu
notel ana over one nuimrec new
uut tug tne p&si two uioutns. 'lnere is
a laxge aeti.iaiU tor luecnanics for the
xactoy or tne itauonai teet &ugar
Company at ougar cuy. From io,w
to iu,uvtj is uiauUuy poid out tor taour',
the coaiany ana ute tictory contractors
Det'wteU Utetu eiuptuyta uioie uutn
peovit, uiu rnote are wan tea. xnc
Loiomuu bufetir ri mi utactm mg
autte in a. Duneun mat tney nave
Oeen circuiauiig mat tne uest stanu ci
oeeta nas lnvatiaui redutteu trom
tatius nrigatcu uute puinung. ine
ueuVer xiuica leyorui tne Cloy in tne
vicinity ot vuiiunj as now
uicei.v bxuee tne Dee is nave
ucen itcea tioiii tue small Woruus, aua
mat uie lariiicis atiticipaie a big
CALIFORNIA The beets in San Joa-
uuiu county nae uu oitcctea uy a
oiiut utiu witi omy yieiu uait a crop,
caiinas anu vihg uu me aiso trouuieu
uy ttua sjiie Uaus aua in lact it io
ciiOltcU lUUt iut tue Oeet gfOnlllg
aicts in tne Suite, witn tue exceptiuu
ut atoonvitie aiia castiovuie, are
it is eaiiuia.cu tnui tue lao
lories win oniy tun uoui to
Uleir tisool tlue on uocouuc ot
.ue stiucidac ot ueta. m au Juaquin
ottnty uils is tue secouu year ;ne
aiiucis nave ejtpetitnceu mis trouble,
aua tney wiu piooaoiy oe too
DtU to culiuiiue iU uccv Culture. ISO
.alter part ot August win prooabiy soe
.tie Oamotbia lucioius in operation,
tne untuo crop win oe nauaieu at
xt is proposed to import
suasions ttotu into aoutneiu
oaiiiotnia, me t.u&3iaiis Oeing
oy cue Ct.no.n.ana as mo.e ca.etul
and tnorougu oeet cuiuvators. The
wtoctiiou xuuepcuuent ot tne -1st mt.
euited that tue naivtst of tne beet
iop wouiu cumtueuce at Lodi and New
.iope the tonowmg week, auu tnat a
vsy shoit yitia n.ouic be hau, aue to
.ne bught. Less than halt a crop io
jxreouu. The Ananeim uazette aays
lt it is four yeuis since a good oet.i
j. op Las betn maue in urange county.
Ine factory at Los Aiaumos has uui
juc one proutaoie iuu m lis five years
..visttnee, the season of wmcu
..as uie uiue ot tne largest oeet yield in
.ue couutiy. 'twelve thousand acres of
jcets were expecita in the eany part
jt the season, oat the estimate has now
jten gieatly reuueed owing to the
Ihe factory at Cnmo has hau
jiuuiar luck lor tne past three yeats.
he beet fields that have been irrigated
present a wondertul contrast to
.ue umrtigatcd ones,' and it is thoughC
.nat the plan will become generauy
ased. Wells are used for irrigating
.nose beets in the neighborhood of Loa
uuuittos that have been fortunate
.uough to get water.
NKbRASKA 'the beets in the
of Omaha have been laid by. Tne
,iop near Hastings is reported as appearing
badiy cultivated, although tut
jtand was good and the culture wouiu
ave been proutabie. 'Ihe lactory s.t
iiues has 4,uuu acres of beets undei
ontract and a full run is expected,
.ne puip will be disposed of to stock
aiseis in the vicinity. 'Ihe beet crop
a the neighborhoou of the NoitoiK
is rtported as in excellent
and in many sections laid bj.
ne Norfolk News urges tarmers to
ake a more active interest in beet cut-are,
as there are not enough beets
in the state to keep tne, sever.u
uctories. busy, and the News tears thu.
.ebraska will lose its standing as a
.eet sugar state unless eany action is
to increase tne acreage. The
at Orand island win pot run this
ar, owing to i-e shortage in beets,
ae factory at Norfolk has been
and is now thoroughly fiUeu.
ith line modern machinery, and is
of handling more beets than ire
.t present In sight The News sayb
aat it is alreaay noticeable that thu
juipany seems to be paying less attrition
to the Norfolk tactory, and the
.en are being placed in other sections,
ad it is feared that the Norfolk
will eventually be shut down n
ae" farmers do not bestir themselves,
he farmers lack of Interest is partly
.tributed to a feeling among them that
ae sugar company has not treated
MINNESOTA The beet crop In
juthern Minnesota is reported by Mr.
heden, vice-president "of the
Sugar Company, as having been
onderfully helped by the late rains,
nd that a good crop Is now assured.
WASHINGTON Ihe acreage. :n
,ets for the Waverly factory is larger
-.an last year, and it is estimated that
ie yield per acre for this season will
lObably be double last year's. The
eather conditions for the last month
.tve been reported as being ideal Tor
owing and cultivating, and an
lack of weeds is noted, whlc abr
:nce is attributed to the good
of the past year. The Tacoma
edger says that there are grounds ;or
oping for the erection of a sugar
ictory In Tacoma by 'eastern
It Is said that one of the
of the factory there would.be :3m
aen not engaged In manufacturing
eet sugar It could be employed in
raw sugars from Hawaii and tho
OREGON The prospects for a law
rop in the Grand Ronde valley are
lis year very fine, and a three months'
in is predicted for the factory there.
he farmers three years experience
l beet culture has given them
knowledge and proportionately
their Interest In the work. The
rst year the La Grande factory ran It
.andled 8.0W tons of ;oeta. Twelve
were worked last year.
nd this year-JM teas 1-the -estimate.
nvfstkr sIL w iatead g!sx.lte tie
nltnre sontfeera Ore-
on for factory at Newberg io
end their boys toLa Grande this summer
for employment there; so tliat they
lay gain 'practical experieace ia Use
tt flelds. The beet contractors at
Icwberg are maklns coatracts with the
irmera on asaall scale, six acres
the'af erage, with but one contract
largp a 100 acrt3 aad two for fifty
mest seasaa I
J tent in Boise sad FajeUs Tilkya. ths
I sexr to' Be sear, to ue laciacy ax ia
Graad. Oregos, for wortiKf. and ta
this manner a practical test ay be
made and the qsality of the beets
foend oat aad tae farHBen sires la
aecessary experieace before a hose
factory is erected. Acecrdiar to the
Boise Statessaa taere is ao other
of the eoaatry where the soil and
sunshine conditioss are so perfectly
adapted to soccescfsl beet raisins as
In the Boise and Fayette TaHeys.
XANSAS The testiaa: for tit s-cross
content of the beets raised in th
Kaw valley will be made in about a
month by Mr. Richard Hoodless, who
is promoting the culture there and has
met with wonderful success so far as
IOWA Beets in Webster county
are reported as already weighing from
one to three pounds each, and there
being- still quite a time for growin?,
Jie season being only about half over,
the outlook is very promising.
SOUTH DAKOTA There is a report
of a beet sugar factory at Aberdeen
being-established by eastern capltall33.
NORTH DAKOTA There are beet
aelds in Stark and Logan counties that
for two years haTe yielded beets testing
21 per cent sucrose. It Is reported
that a beet sugar factory will be erected
at Oakes as well as Jamestown.
It Bared Sis Baby.
"My baby wasiterribly sick with the
liarrhoea, we were enable to cure him
with the doctor's assistance, and as
Rst resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
says Mr. J. H. Doak, of "Williams, Or.
'I am happy to say it gave immediate
relief and a complete cure." For sale
by all dealers and druggists. Benson.
Smith & Co., general agents. Hawaiian
J. E. FISHER is CO,
Members of k Honolulu lischange
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STREET.
Advances Made on Approved Security
Sreat Bargains in Real Estate
L Business lot on Fort st; corner
lot; about 8000 square feet
2. Fine house and lot; ICOxlOO;
3. One lot, McCully tract; 'i 5x150;
4. Two lots, Kawaiahao st; 50x100
5. House and 3 lots rx Kalulanl tract
6. Four lots, Walkikl addition, near
Jamp McKlnley; SOxlt.. eaco.
7. Nine-year lease, with 2 houses;
8. House and lot, Hanlwal st,
9. Ten-year lease and 2 houses;
10. Four lots, Kalihl, ha- ; st.
11. Three lots near Diamond Head;
12. House and lot, with stables; 53x
33; Upper PunchbowL
13. House and lot, wueen st; 50x100.
14. Ten-year lease, with 2 cottages
and store doing good business; 60x100.
15. One share Waimea Hul land.
16. Eleven and a naif years' lease,
ith 3 cottages, grapes and other
17. Beautiful lot on Fort st, between
School and Vineyard sts.
18. Lot 100x110, with 2 new cottages.
19. "Two lots, Walkikl road; 50x100
20. . Fire lots, reach road, near the
2L Two acres land at Kalihl, 2
nouses; beautiful country residence.
22. House and lot, llaniwal st, Kewalo:
23. Lot on Fort st extentlon.
24. Lot corner Wilder ave. and
25. Lot 0x278, King st, near
26. Three lots at Kalihl; 80x95.
27. Fifteen acres of land just above
23. Fifteen acres of land, more cr
ess, at Kailua, near W. G. Irwin, Esq.,
29. Lot 150x119, with 2 hotwes, at
30. House and 'lot, 4Sxa5, Liliha
itreet, below SchooL
3L Lease with building. School
32. Nineteen years' lease and 8
5 minutes frost PottofBce.
3t ;6ixtea a4 a is 'years' Isese.
L Two i mil li at Ksai;
For farther partlcalars, apply L
mm & um
$40.00 will buy you a fine up to date Rambler Bicycle.
We sell these on the Instalment plan for $5.00 more, easy
terms, . . -
We take old wheels in exchange as part payment and allow
all they are worth.
We have a number of
we can sell at very low prices.
look at thera.
We have a big supply
repair work in ihe Islands.
E. 0. HALL & SON
Limited, King Street.
420 Fort Street
FOR THIS WEEK we are showing
in our window for 12io. A lrARD.
These goods will
are giving you,
The Hawaiian Electric Go., Ltd.,
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to
Alakea Street, Makai Merchant.
On and after August
and Shades now in stock
SACRIFICE to make
per "Andrew Welch."
9, all Electric Fixtures-
will be sold at a GREAT.
TflE.TRUE CRITERION 15 QUALITY.
The ttention of Ccnnoisseurs is called to the
Superlative Quality of POMMERY C11AMPARKE
whicli is being shipped to this. country. In London,
the acknowledged Home of Wine Connoisseurs, where
QUALITY REGULATES PRICE,
POMMERY Commands from Two to Six Dollars more
a case than other leading Brands, as per figures taken
from Ridley's Wine and Spirit Trade Circular, London.
POMMERY Vintage 1893 SGs. to 91s.
G H MTJMM " 1893 70s "
PERRIEU JOUET " lb'93 Extra Cuvee G X. " GG.
MOET AND CHANDON - 1S93 " " 2U TDi. 3d Ms 3d
LOUIS KOEDERER 1S93 " J CSs. " TLj.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
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2nd. hand wheels in stock now that
If you want a cheap wheel call and
of SUNDRIES and also do the best
convince you we
your money s
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room" for shipment to arrive
210 NUUANU STREET,
Tino Line of Heavy PONGEE
Wood Ihxs.for Hnndkerehkf&.
Have just opened a New jind
-New Shipment of Sandal
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