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FHE HAWAIIAN STAR, TIIUIISDAY, AUGUST 22, 1801.
ODlxo Flavour o
" Canadian 01tlb 99
is distillled with it, not added after war il, nnd
water cannot wnsli it out. A Hiiih Ball nindo
from "Canndian Club" is an extension,, not
an extinction, of the perfect qualities which
liaro niado "Canadian Club" so popular with
Every bottle hears over the enpsulo nn ofllctal stamp
of the Canadian Government guaranteeing ago nnd
Who will do itP
iTou are going to have your house
fc'apered, painted or Decorated.
Who's going to do It?
N one does or can do better work
than we. Investigation proves that
law do a r'd.
All we ask f r It Is a fair prlc
Hot high, not low. Either extreme Is
Any one who gives us work gets- the
iest going at the fairest and cquarest
CTEDI mis B
V hBlfaiUMi PAINTER
Bflce: Union Street, opp. Bell Tower,
Jas. F. Morgan President
Cecil Brown Vice-President
F. Hustace Secretary
Ch&s. H. Atherton Auditor
W. H. Hoogs....Treas. and Mgr.
TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
Hustace & Go., Ltd
Steam and Blacksmith
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Special attention given to
ALSO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND
We carry a full line of
IT'ijli' mis Ixin X
J1BT STYLESIHi II IIS
Call and be
Wavorloy Block, Hotel Stroot
PROM MAUI I
TRESH EVERY DAT.
FOR SALE AT THE
Fish Market, Stalls 1 9 and 20
C Q. TEE HOP & CO., Proprietors.
As soon as the new building la com
pleted on the corner of Alakea and Ber
etanla streets we will open a branch
King Street, opposite Railway Depot
Has Opened a
Island and California Fruits, Cigars
and Tobacco and California Potatoes.
King Street, corner Alakea Street.
Fresh Salmon, Grapes, .fears, Apples
Oranges, Frozen Oysters, Prunes
Received by Mariposa.
WING JLUNGr & FAT,
CORNER VINETARD AND
Received per Sierra
Frozen Oysters, Prunes,
Oranges, Pears and Peaches.
Fresh Island Butter and Kona Coffee
always on Hand.
Goods delivered to all parts of the City.
Fine Book' and Commercial Printing,
at the Star Office.
The Renovation i
ni of Bugs.
Is a matter that will bear look
ing Into In a dusty climate ,'lke
ours where the sun Is a dally
visitor the best and most ex
pensive rugs ft.de, stain- and
look shabby Let us doctor them,
for you, we can restore to ...em
much of their former glory.
Always useful for ball, kitchen
or office use eto W"ara longest
and cleans readiest. We have a
H A.i sizes and, casting no reflec
ts tlon on our competltorc, the best
I In the market.
A GENERAL STOCK Ob FUR
CJ NIT i. HE FOR ALL PURP.E&
J. HOPP & CO.
St BETHEL STREETS
Phone 111 Main.
J. H. & CO. J. H. & CO.
Having been in
10 Years. We
. Will hold a
All Goods will be Sold at
15 per cent discount.
"Come 'Quick and Avoid
Telephone 3311 White.
Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets,
The Yon Ham-Young Co,, Ltd.,
Queen Street; Honolulu
Tie Lancashire Insuranoe Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
-Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
V. 6. IRWIN & GO.
Weitern Sugar Refining Company of
San Francisco, Cal,
Baldwin Locomotive Works of
Newell Nn'versal Mill Company
(National Cano Shredder),
New Tork, U. 8. A.
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers
High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and
Alfax. Cross & Son's High Grade Fer
tilizers for Cane and Coffee.
EUid'a Steam Pipe Cars.
Also Offer for Sale
Paraflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Lucol and Linseed Oils, raw and boiled
(ndurlne (a cold water paint) In white
niter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads
and all kinds of Job and Commercial
printing neatly and promptly executed
H. & CO.-
" BUILT LIKE A WATCH "
The Neatest and Daintest
Wheel in Town
1026 FORT STREET,
A first-class article
which can be deliv
ered as wanted, in
whole condition, at a
"The Crisis," by Winston Churchill.
"The South African War," Illustrated
by Capt. Mahan, U. S. N.
"The Helmet of Navarre," by Bertha
"Love Letters of Bismarck."
"The Column," by Chas. Marrlatt.
"Henry Bourland," by A. E. Han
cock. "Power through Reoose." bv Call.
"Without a Warrant." by Brooks.
"The Puppet Crown," by Mao Gralth
"The DlsclDle." bv Paul Bouriret.
"The Inlander," by Harrison Robert
"The Successors of Mary the First,'
by Elizabeth Stuart Phelns.
"Miss Prltchard's Weddlnir Trln." hv
And many others Just as new can be
I (MB RULE BU
318 FORT STREET.
1079 Alaa Street
NEW BT EVERT STEAMER.
P. O. Box 885.
Tel. Blue 392.
H. W. BARTH.
Successor to W. H. Barth and H. W.
Honolulu Sheet Met laMCoinice Worts
Galvanized Iron Hkvllizhtn nml Vsn.
tllatnrn Metal ftooflncr. f'nnrliiftnr Pino
and Gutter Work Jobbing Promptly
Richard Street, botv.'een Queen ar.
EB J Mil I
CONGRESS SURE TO TAKE SOME
Tlio Trust Increuses Its Stock Fifteen
Million and Reaches Out for
It Is announced that nt a meeting of
stockholders, common and preferred, of
American sugar refining company, to
be held on September 18 next, a propo
sition will be mude for an Increase of
$15,000,000 of now Htock, one-half com
mon and the other hulf preferred. A
circular letter proposing the new Issue
is in the printer's hands, nnd will he
Issued to the 11,000 stockholders In a
day or two. The meeting of the board
of directors at which the Issue of the
circular was approved. President
llavemeyer when asked about the cir
cular, expressed surprise that the news
had become public. He denied the ru
mor current that the money derived
from the new stock was - be used to
acquire properties of competitors of the
American surar refining company. He
intimated that his company had In
mind operations In "fields outside of
the United States and not far from our
The extension of the business of the
sugar trust Into Cuba and Porto Rico
"implied" by H. O. Havemeyer will
probably have a far-reaching effect on
the sugar-growing Industry In this
country. "The possibilities of Cuba In
sugar production are practically un
limited," said Mr. Havemeyer. "At
present the production of the world Is
about two-thirds beet sugar to one
third cane, which is a result of the cut
ting down of Cuba's nroductlon during
the Spanish war. Conditions are ripe
there now for a resumption and In
crease of that former production. What
we want Is to get the raw material Into
this country, and when we have such
a country as Cuba next door, within
easy reach, why not utilize It? A
duty of half a cent on the refined sugar
would protect the people here. It Is not
possible under present conditions to
place a duty on Imports from Porto
Rico, hut the production of Porto Rico
anway is limited compared to that of
Cuba. That duty of half a cent would
more than even things up. You want
to have suirar grown where the condi
tions are the best for It. There is no
place where they are better than In
Cuba. There Is no discrimination
against one part of the country rather
than another. You wouldn't want to
protect the growing of sugar In Fifth
avenue or Hoboken. It must be grown
where It grows best."
The possible effect on the sugar trrow
ers of this country might be, it was
hinted, to drive them more Into the
beet-sugar industry. The result of this
possible development of the Cuban su
gar production would be far-reaching
In Its effect on some of the southern
The recommended Increase of JIG.OOO,
000 In the capital stock of the American
sugar refining company caused a good
deal of discussion In lower AVall street.
It Is considered by sugar brokers and
Importers from the commercial stand
point. They tried to figure on Its effect
On prices of raw and refined when the
American sugar refining company
should enter Cuba as a large producer
of cane sugar. Thus It was said that
if raw sugar from Porto Rico and Cuba
was admitted to American ports free
of duty, the cost of Cuban sugar laid
down at New York would be, say, 2',fcc.
which would mean that refined sugar
could be sold at a good profit at 'Alfc
cents a pound. It was this that Inter
ested sugar men more than any possi
ble effect the proposed Increase would
have on the market value of the stock.
That there will be some kind of a
readjustment of the sugar tariff as It
affects Cuba and Porto Rico sugars Is
generally admitted. The beet sugar
raisers of this country, It was said, are
not in favor of any radical reduction
of the duty on raw sugar, even if a
tariff of one-half cent a pound should
be put on refined sugar, for with cane
sugar selling at2V& cents, the price for
beet would have to to be correspond
ingly reduced, and at best only a fulr
profit is now made by beet growers at
present prices. It was said that all of
the large sugar men are already more
or less nersonally Interested In trie
raising of sugar In Cuba. Mr. Have
meyer and the Howell Interests are
known to be lurgely Interested in bu-
gur ventures there. As to the produc
tion of cane sugar, it was said that the
Island has ulready raised as much as
1,000,000 tons, and that the production
would be soon Increased to 5,000,000
tons, or more than double the consump
tion of the United States.
The published Interview In which
PresldenUIavemeyer of the American
ugur rellninc company announces
whut legislation the next Congress Is
expected to pass on the sugar question
is or interest more for what It. over
looks, says a Washington dispatch to
the New York Evening Post, than for
V'hat it comprehends. Mr. Havemeyer
treats i'orto Hlcan raw sugnr as if it
could be admitted free only by leglslu
tlon. whereas it Is the purpose of the
president In a few days to sweep away
uu lanir uarriers between Porto uico
and the rest of the United States and
Congress will hardly venture to pick
oui a single one anu set It up again
as to L'unan sugars, both the cane
growers and the beet growers will re
sist to the last extremity their ndmls
elon free. The section of the Dlngley
net authorizing regular reciprocity
treaties lias expired by llmiation. and
the section authorizing reciprocity In
certain products without the formality
or ratification' by the Senate does not
include sugar In the list. The next
Congress Is likely to walk very care
fully In any matter where favor3 to
the trusts might be expected. What
Mr. Havemeyer's company might do Is
to set up refineries In Cuba and Porto
Rico, and conduct their campaign from
there, with the ultimate view of annex
ation and free trade. Beyond that, it
is questionable if It can expect help
from Congress on the very eve of an
other general election. Springfield Re
publican, July 24.
GOOD SHARK FISHING.
The sharks will hold hlch carnival
for the next few days for they are be
ing provided with a feast that has not
been known In these waters for many
years. Some of the carcasses of the
horses killed In the Honolulu Stock
Yards fire two nights ago are being
hauled out to sea on the garbage scows
and dumped overboard. The sharks
will, no doubt, flock In lare number
about the dumping grounds nnd the
sport of catching the sea wolves ought
to be very good by tomorrow or the
PRICE IS THE THINO.
Fewer persons would be afraid of au
tomobiles If they were cheaper. Wash
Our New Plantation Booi
NO OTHER BOOT HAS AGMAHT
IS I AND
Rooms 008, 509, SIO Stangonwald Building,
3 All classes of Engineering ..'ork Bcllclted. Examinations, Surveys
5 and Reports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrical
3 Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates prepared, an.
! Construction Superintended in all branches of Engineering Work. Con-
V tracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam: Tunnels. Bridges,
Buildings, Highways, Foundations, Piers. Wharves, etc.
SPECIAL, ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and
J Reports of spertles for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C E.,
Enginoor and Managor.
I" W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Troasurer.
The government band under the di
rection of Captain Berger will "lvo a
concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The
following Is the program:
Overture "The Road to Glory". .Kllng
Chorus "Tannhauser" Wagner
Oram! Selection "I Mnrttrl".. Donizetti
Four new Hawaiian songs; poetry and
music composed by Mrs. Emma de
Fries; nrranged by Captain Uerger
(b) "Wnl Kaahuula."
Miss J. Kelliaa."
Mrs. N. Alapai.
Cornet Solo "Eleanor Polka" (by re
Selection "Glorindy" Mackie
Waltz "Andaluslan Love Dream"..
March "The Gladiators" Sousa
"Star Spangled Banner."
A GOOD THING.
There's one good thing when they feel
That business men cannot pass by,
For far and wide It's fame you hear,
They stop to drink of "Rainier" beer
On draught or in bottle at Criterion,
TENDERS FOR SCHOOL, HOUSES.
Sealed tenders for the construction
of a three-room school house at liana
pepe, Kaunl, to be completed on or be
tore October SI, 1901, and a one-room
school house at each of the following
Ulalno, District of liana, Maul.
Paaullo, Hamakua, Hawaii.
To be complet -il on or before Saturday,
October 18, will be received at the office
of the Department of Public Instruc
tlon until noon of Monday, September
Plans nnd specifications can seen
at the ofilco of the department and with
the school .Agents of the Districts
where the buildings are to be erected.
The Department does not bind Itself
to nccept the lowest or any bid.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Supt. Public Instruction.
Honolulu, August 21, 1901.
Mr. I Rosenberg, man
ager of Tho Globe Cloth
ing Co., left for ..an
Francisco and New Tork
on the Mariposa.
Now Is the time to get
extra value for your
money as we have to
make room for our new
HOTEL STREET ADJOINING THE
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
We carry this same Boot
in Four Grades, selling at;
$5.00, $6.50, $8.00 and $9.00
ill t 1 n
w stand any Kma
of wear, and always,
remain soft and com
fortable. For sur
veying or general
they had no equal
CURE YOUR DANDRUFF and you
hair will stop falling. Pacheco's Don
druft Killer is an unfailing and Imme
diate cure for dandruff. It keeps tbV
scalp in a healthy condition and In
vigorates the hair; one application Trtft,'
stop that awful itching.
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLElV
Sold by all druggists and at the Unloa
P. O Box 911
King Street, .... Corner BaftHb
Honolulu Iron Works.
STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR, MIUA
BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRJLS&
AND LEAD CASTINGS.
Machinery of Every Description Mafia
to Order. Particular attention nl ta
Ship's Blacksmlthlng, Job Work Kxtw.
cuted on Short Notice.
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED
Life and Fire
t3T AGENTS FOB. -flFj
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAZ,
LIFE INSURANCE CO,
ftov Kill ill
' OF HARTFORD. CONN.