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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., SATURDAY, OCT. 26, 1901.
Llnei of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tho steamers of this lino will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
mOM SAN FHANCISCO.
ALAMKDA NOV. 9
VENTUnff NOV. 20
ALAMKDA NOV. 23
FOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
VKNTUIIA OCT. 2D
ALAMKDA NOV. 10
BIKltltA NOV. 19
ALAMKDA DEC. 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, Jo Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to nit points In the United States, and from New
Tork by nny steamship lino to all European ports.
FOR FUKTHEIt PAliTICl'LAHS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 8. 3. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
k Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
8ttamert of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
Dealers is Real Estate and
WE deal in all klndt of Real Estate,
Mortgages, Leases, Etc.; do first-class
Typewriting, Copying, Etc.
WE are General Agents New Hamp
shire Flrey Insurance Co., of New
Hampshire, U. S. A.
WE afford and opernto one of the
most successful plans beforo the pub
lic for email Investors to save and
earn a monthly sum. Pay to us t
per month and we sx-cuie you by a
Debenture Bond, bearing Interest
ftom date of Issuance. Apply for par
ticulars, The Hawaiian Realty
and Maturity Co., Ltd.
Offices Rooms 3-1, Mclntyrr, Bldo.
Phone Main 141.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
mKIUCA MAIIU OCT. W
PEKINfl ,..iNOV. 7
GAELIC NOV. 14
HONOKONO MAKU NOV. 2S
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC UKC. 10
NIPPON MAIIU DEC. IS
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
HONOKONO MAHU NOV. 1
CHINA NOV. !t
DORIC NOV. lit
NII'I'ON MAHU ". . .NOV. 2fl
I'EIIU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of the above line, running In connection wlu tho CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between ancouver. IJ. C. and Sydney. N.S.vV..
and calling at Victoria, H. C, Honolulu nnd llrlsbaue, are DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Ilrisbano und Sydnoy.)
AORANOI OCT. SO
MOANA NOV. 2.1
MIOWEIIA DEC. 21
Hrom Sydney and Balsbane.
(For Victoria and Vnncouier, It. C.)
MIOWEIIA NOV. 20
AOi.aNCH DEC. IS
MOANA JAN. J3
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coatings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wclla
ns there arc In the State, )lcldlug from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at the Cou'.
lng.i wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With tweuty-flvo producing wells of
100 barrels Mich per day. you can
mako your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is Ic
Its Infaucy, yet many fortunes have
been made by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many ftior
will be made In the near future
The nveraco advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leadlns
companies In California has been
. from 1 to J108 per share.
I Oil lands havo advanced from J1.2I-
to 51,000 and 12,000 per aero.
When tho Pacific Union Olt Com
' pany has a number of producing wolls
I on Its proiwrty. Its stock will hnve
the same show for even a greater ad
' vanco, us Mimo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $l.JO0 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company n
no salaried officers, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity.
I who will seo tnat the money derived
i from the sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development ol
I Its property.
For further Information, apply to J
H. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
i Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of NPaclflc
Union Oil Company stock. Stungon
ivvald bultdlr-iT, Merchant street.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cunadu. United States and
Europe. For Freight nnd Passage r.ud all general Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcg & Co., Ltd,, GcnM Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Oct. 20.
S S. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 10.
S S. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 10.
S.Jb. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail
J, Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn ut
all times. For further paitlculars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Intending pa-ntt-vs b th- steam
ship Vt-nturn. l'-ailrig Honolulu for
San l'lnnc-Isco on October 2'Jlh, mc
hereby notlti'il that thf abovi men
tioned Ktamtr lll Of glvn quickest
I iiussllile dKpatch. not exce'-dlng six
I Iicjiii-h at this jiiirt, wh'-thT "he arrives
i In tin- day or night-tlm". Tick'-ts for
I the aboi- calling imit-t by purchased
on Monday, October 2Mh, at the ofllco
of the undersigned.
This company will not guarantee to
niiungc transportation, nor receive
baggage, after the arrival of tho steam
ei. WM. O. IllWIN & CO., LTD..
(ieneral Agents Oceanic Steamship Co.
Honolulu, October 2Mb, 1901.
WHAT WESTERN MEN
PLAN TO FIGHT
Beet Growers are Up in Arms and
are Perfecting a Powerful Organization-Will
Recorded October 21, 1901.
W. T. Hoblnsou to V. Hennlng;
lease; piece land, Main street, Lnhal
nn, Maul; ten years at $100. Book 228,
page 221. Dated September 20, 1001.
W. Hennlng to Bismarck Stnblvs
Company, Limited; assignment ot
knse; piece land, Main street, Lahal
nn, Maul; $1. Book 228, page 222,
Dated September 30, 1001.
Antonio J. Estrclla to William Es
trella; bill of sale; two cottages,
stage, three horses, etc., Kaunmna
read, South Illlo, Hawaii; $108. Book
224, page 382, Dated September 21,
Charles 8. Desky and wife to Fran
cisco d S. P. Cura; deed; lot !, block
11 Vlllft l'f,n..n 1111.. I1nt..nll .
Hook !:. nnsre 29:.. tinted Sen'lornhnf Omaha, Nell., Oct. 10. Western Hint
SJ, 1S98. ters promise to consume n great shnru
Ah uen and husband ct al. to L, of tho time of the coming session of
K. Crook; deed; Grant Situ, Knmnole, Congress, but perhaps no mote bitter
ituia. Maui; ?o00. nook Z2rf, page ao.l. nKht wm ,0 waged thnit that which
Dated .September 17, 1801. will occur between the sugar trust and
- , ... '. ", 'V i":,.V.,"?..., "... V Iho farming comlnunltles of the west
.Maul: JCIHI. Hook 223. l.nirn 3!ll. Hnl. r tnlt,- wll!rc "Kilr 1,CPt "!
ed September 17. 1901. has become nn enormous ministry
Kaualoku to Ah Man; lease; three rue attempt or me sugar trust to
nieces rlee land. Ilcclu. Knnhiiinnt.n ohtnln nn elimination of the duties now
Oahu; niteen years at ?8S. Book 228, existing between Cuba and the United I
l"'V "- ,.!ur.",uc.,.",cr '- '"' States on raw sugar Is already recclv
Thomas C. W. Poole and wlfo to ,., .. ......
. .. .. ,,. ,,,, , ... ., 1IIU 4."UIIBIllt.'lill4UII III .IIL- tt.-nivni rm-n.
.r?0 " "KSiPtM .''ntt ' nv,co,,lv ,,rr "r,,K ',' ,,,;-,B,,rt
Honolulu, Oahu; $20uo. Book 225, "lmo a detcimlnatlon to enter Into n
page 390. Dated October 19, 1901. combut with the sugar trust which will
Anna V. Chlllliigworth and husband mean death to cither their combination
to John C. Clunev; mortgage; portion or to the Immense bcit sugar Industry
It. P. 1791, Kill. 10IS, Aliwalollmil 'nr Anu-rli-n.
Takes the Life oat of a Man. '
Have You Cot It?
Nearly every man hns Varicocele
more or less. Tho cWdctico of it In
n swelling of the elns. a dragging
sensation when standing, a pain In tho
back, extreme nervousness, nn'd n gen
eral exhaustion of the fire and vitality
which Is the portion of 3011th. Thelo
are thousands of "half-meti," made ho
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
Cures Varicocele. The "Dr. McLaugh
lin method tised In treating this mal
ady, allows no chance of failure. It
ennnot fall. Vlo thousand say It cur
ed them. So will you. Act today, ns
each day this disease Is sapping tho
ory blood out of your body.
I guarantee a cure If I say I cau
cure. 1 don't nsk any ono to take
chances on my Invention. It doesn't
cost you atiMhlng If I fall.
If ou are tired of treatments that lull. I want iou to study my
plan, nnd when im see how sensible It Is, come and try It Call and
see the new McLaughlin Belt, nnd let me explain how 1 cure, If you
can; or, If not, write for tho free book telling about Varicocele.
Dr. M. G. McLaughlin,
7012 Mnrket .St.,
Kim Pi'tin.. Oil.
It uppca'rs from the editorial expies
slons of the western papers that differ
ences of opinion do not exist on this
iiuestlon between Democrats and Popu
lists unit the Republicans. Indlvlduul
Intel ests nre considered to lie at stake,
,a fact which unites all who aro luter-
csteil in neei sugar culture upon
Honolulu, Oahu; $100v, two years at
10 per cent. Book 22fi. page 178. Dat
ed October 19, 1S0I.
L. Ah Pail to Oahu Lumber &
Building Company. Limited; -mort
gage; II. P. 0024. Kill. HSU, and Kill.
2."07, Knllua. Koolaupoko Oahu;
$29l.7r, one year at 9 per cent. Book
.-. png' iai. imieu uciooer 1... itini. .-,.,... ., ,,,,.. BEar ctUtttro upon a
nnuia, jr., 10 j. Aiuua Awni; lease; 1 .. ,.i
portion An. 2. Kills. 2f.7G nnd 3729. I. I .7" "".- ...
alan-kul. Walalua. Oahu; ten years at I lw. ," , ., .1 T T. 7
$70. Book 228, page 223. Dated Oc ,-'lllulnated." Is the cry that Is raised,
tober 19, 1901. A " comes from not only farming
J. AlilnaAv.nl to M. K. Couke; ns- commtmities, nut towns unii cities
slgnment of lease; portion Ap. 2. ! which are dependent to a great extent
Kills. 2070 nnd 3729. Paalaa-kal. Wuta- iitimi lln- rontlniintloii of the beet siittnf
Ilia, Oahu; till. Book 228, page L'25. .in.in.irv. It mnv riuidllv bo seen that
Dated October 19. 1901. ..,.. ,n,i,ii.ili.. whleh u.111 I... etr...t..,t
Lau Linn et al. to Ylo Yee Tong ' ,. ,. ., -...
Club; assignment of lease; premises. 1 ' ""'" """ "-'" '"
.. . . . .. .....- - fiii-ili will Im 11(10 nf tmtfni ftltil 11 fit
ilotel street, Honolulu Oaliu; II. Book 1 " "" """ "' -"
228. page 2.1. Daa-d Oetnher S, 1901. .antagonist 01 111c sugar trust .
Jen Sao et nl. to Ylo Yee Tong
Club; lease; portion Kills. U.11. 130 and Owing to the rnptd strides which t1i
137, turner Maunakta und Hotel beet suitar Industry has made, several
streets. Honolulu. Oahu; twenty-tour states lire deeply concerned, 1111. 1 sev
years I month at 37.r.O per month. cra1 organization whose existence Is
Book 22. page 220. Dated October fi, , , ...... ., ........ ... ......
,,,. I lilinvil .IIMII1 .IIU IIIIUIIU Ul BIIUI evv.o
1 , nre behind tho work of puslil--
tlon to tho sugar trust. One of th
limit powerful of these Is the Cane Su
gar Piodiirers' Association, tho rami
Illations of which extend from tho cane
districts of the South, through to tho
sorghum districts of Iowa and Kansas.
The Sugar Beet Orowers' Association
Is another, and this oigantnitton has
Adherents In almost every state In the
'fiHoS&iB M mmMtm
At the cr.Iranie
to the Famou
lao Vallev. uni
easy access U
volcano In tho
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL, BSSto"K.
A. T. HACnNKAMP. Mnnngcr.
1QROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Bnop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J H. LOTIIROP, General Agent.
1S5 Third streot, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
f. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A..
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
YOU CAN DO IT NOW
THE INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Island's of the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 S2.
The n-gular ouart-rly meeting of
the PnclhV Hardware Co., Ltd., will
be held at Itr. office on Thursday, Oc
tober "1st. I'i1. at M o'clock n. m.
JAS. GORDON SPKNCKU.
Honolulu, n.-tob.-r 24th. 1901.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
lugs, builnis property and resldcncPB
Builders will do well to consult Bow
i-rs In reg.ird to watchmen.
The following rules, Nos. 120 and
127, were adopt) d In Judge Kstee's
court estcrilny: No. 120 In ull clll
actions, tried by n Jury, where the
T'nltcd States Is not party, each pnity , Pnlon
shall deposit with the clerk of thu and Ohio having especially strong as
court the sum of (21, being the amount soclallons, though hardly ns large us
of the fees of the Jury for said day; those of the states further to the wtst.
upon the llndlng of the verdict thn while the Industry Itself has been
party In whose fin or said erdk-t shall making strides In the Past, Its grunth
be found, shall through said clerk, pay 1 there can hardly compute with tho
the fees In his cost bill us costs against rapid, extension of beet culture in tho
the losing party. The funds deposited . West, where land Is so much cheaper
by the losing party shall, upon thu, nnd the soli apparently better tilted
coming In of the verdict, be returned to, for the culture of this product. It may
Ihm by the clerk . be said, however, that to inculcatu the
No. ll!7 In ull uctlnns. suits and western farmer with 11 purpose to nil so
proceedings, in said court, which nre sugar beets was a work of Infinite!)'
commenced by the filing of a wrlfled nioio tabor than to ntcomiillsh tho
plain be required or not. It shall be the
duly or the opposing party to verify
his nnuwer or other pleading In bar.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Heielili Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for our message
Honolulu Rapfd Transit
and Und Company.
School Children's Tickets
Half-faro school children's tickets
may be purchased from tho conductors
on tho cars, or at tho company's ofllco
on Alapal street. These will be good
for tho tranboorthtlon of school chil
dren up to 17 enis of ago In goliu
to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7:20 and 9:30 a. in., utrl
1 and 2:30 p. in. on regular school
. C. C. Nallentyne.
1836-1 m Mgr. II. It. T.'& !..
Wilder's Steamship Company
' FREIGHT AND
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STKLLT LINE.
Crs Itavt Walklkl loi ntn at m.di.l t a.m.
and ccry i mlnulei tliercaftr. II I io-.s, 11:11 tni
in prnsi'AXCE ok ax exkci'-
tlon Issued out of thu Second District
.Couit of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hi. wall, on tho 20th day
I of September A. D. ISO!, In ro mat
ter of II. O. MlddleiMch vs. O. II. liar
I Ian, 1 haw. on this 24th day of Sep
tember, A. D. li'Ol, levied ujion, and
. shall c-mkii-h for sale at Public Auction,
I to the highest Milder, at tho Pollro
Station.' Kalakatia Hale. In said Ho
nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Monday.
tho 2Rth day of October, A. I). 1901, all
the ilk-ht title and IntTest of the said
O, II. Harlan In and to tho following
ACCIDEXTS WILL HAPPEN
Man wasn't mado to suffer, hut nc
cldents will happen, nnd to meet such
enset, Nature designed thu roots,
heibs, gums nnd leaves for thu heal
ing 'of tho nation. Nature's way ti
sume results In the Kust
The reason Is that the western far
mer dislikes to use the hoe. He Is nt
customed to using machinery In nil of
his farm work, while thu culture of
beets iciiilri's a vast amount of hand
labor to keep them free fiom weeds.
Although a cultivator Is used lo keep
thu furrows between the rows free
fiom weeds, the rank growths between
the beets In the row must be eliminat
ed by the hand prorrss..
When, lioweer, tiie western farmer
through the Instritmentiillt) "f these
two factories alone.
In addition to these there aro In t'u
western states the following factories,
which nre of siilllcient Iniportnnre to
mention: At (Irani! Island, Neb., plant
of the American Beet Sugar Company,
capacity per day, J00 tons; American
Beet Sugar Company, Norfolk, Neb,
lapuclly, sou tons; Minnesota Siignr
Company, St. Louis Park, Minn., B00
tons; Spieekids Sugar Company. Ha
Ilnus, ("nl., lew tons; American Beet
Sugar Company. Oxnard. Cnl., 100C
will do nn thing that might be fatal to
the American beet sugar Industry. Wo
do not doubt that the administration
would dlsapproie any legislation of
that nature. But the trust will spare
no effort to carry out Its purpov, and
tin- friends of the American sugar In
dustry miivt Jje alert and nctle. Thrt
power that has In effect declared war
on that Industry cannot safely be treat
ed with indifference."
The Omaha Commercial Club ha
openly dednred Its opposition to tlvi
tons; t'nlon Sugar Company, Santa i sugar trust, ar. inroiigii us enmtt,
Mnrln, Cnl., .100 tons; Colorado Sugar I about a year ngo, everybody atllliated
Maniirnrtuiliig Company. (Irand June- In the uilture of sugnr beets was
tlon. Col., r.00 tons; D. C. Corhlit'i brought Into a cinclne, the sesfdonK
plant. WiiM-rly, Wash., 2.',0 tons; plant being held In Omaha, and organizing
now under construction nt Sioux City i one grand amalgamation for tho pur
la., will have a capacity of doo tons; 'pose of combatting the hiigar trust.
Sugar City, Col., newly constructed, During tho last session of Congress
iW tons, with contracts for 12.000 acres this combination remained almost In
of beets, the rapacity to be Increased ucthe, because It wus recognized that
next year. "" legislation looking to a modification
Colorado and I'tah hao numerous of the tariff In regard to sugar would
smaller factories, while In Nebraska be attempted. Now. however, ctTevtlvl
almost every county now has '.tz beet work of organization Is progressing,
sugar (association, whose object Is to Tons of literature are being prepared
construct plants upon the co-operntlva to be Hooded upon the county, telling
plnn. This plan Is also being worked the American farmer that It means dr
up In several counties In Kansas mid structlon to his own Interests to prr
tiorthern lowu. "," "lo sugar trust to win In tho com-
As each of these large factories keep '"g buttle. Iteuuwed activity will be
from 00 to 1100 persons employed out- Mired In each county by the Iiian;c
side of tho factories through their 'f alln for the county associations to
contrails fur beet raising, nnd ns the '"'ft and udopt plans for action whlcu
merchants of the neighboring towns ""' impress me congressman or tneir
" J J;u,.tiii , .. .i.. i. V t.Iki . U. liarmn in ami in mo lonowinK
"tSA1!.1 S RS:.,JlWbiS!S,S I hn.1. unl tho Judgment amount
5 yA.H.nJtry isminutitnircftlcriltl it.otP.M (ll)C ti One Itimilri'tl Mitl riirtythrtO
Cart ltve l-ort ni Klni; trt corner fur Htim
tit no AM. and tvry if nlnute after tilt n:tt
Cars leava (or Pat ami nly at anJ y.a A m.
Cars Itavt Pat am a lor Walkiki nl. ani tvtry
if mlnuttttllt g 41 H.t then at toi anJ 10 4 P.
Thetr.nP.n from pjlama tor Punahou (nly gwt
to waiKiki on saiurjayt.
Cara leat Fort ani Kmj; ktrrett ccrnt r lot Kltle
Ran jre at 3 anJ o a a. !
Ctrkae lortar.i Klin; ureetj fornitr for Waiklkl
at 6 e) A.M. an i ever) 15 minute till iool.M then al I
lo.y and 1 . 5 p.n. The it JJ P.M. uoe lo Walklkl 1
BERETANTA STREET AND I'trANU VAlUY
Car Icavtf Puojhou StaMt tir Tn at 1 ) and
lor Tin and Vallej at 4t 5 y it- ', 6 10 t and
Cars leave OahJ College firtun and Valley a 1
6: jo A. 34 nd T.itf a,m and ever) iommuie Ull 10 m
p.m. excert the two h'ur and half, hur can hlch j
run frum the Stable.
Cats leave Nuuanu Valley at 6 10 6;ju 6 ju a,m and
every 10 minmea inefeanef tin i.j3r.n. (
Cars lv ort and Quen kirretk for lunah'ju .
Collect at 60$ 6,i) f A 1 and tvtry 10 minutes I
atter till 9 4$ P.M. Attt-r that (ho car run to the 1
5tab1tuptoii.soP,M,whkhliheUfttcar fron Tuvn. I
reaching tbStaHe at iiNaP m.
O RAL Co.
I'rom und nltei January 1, U99.
ml 17-100 Iieillais, Interest, costs gild
my i'wiw.i. are provlously paid.
Said property l.'ili"' lpon being:
fine !! ar?- uni' Ono I'ndertaker'rf
chas. r. rmi.i.iNdwonTii.
lii'puty SlerltT, Ter. of Hawaii.
Honolulu. Oahu. 1051-r.t
The Redmcn's Ball
, which was postponed from September
1 20, on nccount o; thu ileum or I'reBl
dent MeKlnlej. will take placi on Oc
tober 31. at the drill shed. All Ited
' Men are ipett-l to be present, and
alt Irlends who r-celvtd an Invitation
will ideas)- ntti-nd.
I lly order of
I JOHANNES F. ICCICAIWT,
1977-It C. of II.
New York, Oct. 17. Tho Commer
cial Advertiser says: "A remarkable
story of the dlsappea ranee of a bank
messenger liumeu ueorge .rmllugo,
with over $r,0,n0u In checks and limits,
c-auit: to light today.- The Now Amster
dam National llauk Is the Institution
concerned uud the olllclals nn con
vinced that iii'lr employe has been
foully dealt with. There appears til
In much to In ar out this theory of
mystery. George Armltugo has been
u messenger at the New Amsterdam
Nntlonal Hank for some time, and In
thu course of his touis of collections
bus liundleil many thousands of dol
lars to and from the business stieets.
Ou Tuesday last he went out on ouv
ot his usual missions, the amount
which he wus to collect on checks ami
drafts rci-clicd by his bank being a
rlously estimated at from .r.ouo
SfaO.UUO, He fulled to return to
bunk uud has not been seen since.
spell of hot weather showed hltn that
beet culture was the safest crop he
could produce, with the exception of
Upon the these conclusions the west
ern agriculturist Is basing his opposi
tion to nny tinkering with the tariff
which will result In an elimination of
tho duty on the cutio product from
Cuba, and he Is abetted In his opposi
tion by the cane nnd sorghum sugar
gruwers of the South und central west.
treat a cut. bruise or a burn. Is to was Induced to plant beets, and do tills i ,,.itn, upon the trade of these personn district wlthli necessity for opposlnr
iiass or woik. nun round tliu results' fl)r ul(,r ,mn mmiennnce, the cumblnn- "' sugur irusi.
most profitable, he became Imbued tlon In n polltlinl way becomes so pow- lllcl1 of tuls work Is being pre-
wltli mi opinion that the culture must joiful that no western Congressmen ll"r''I ' Ames, Neb., where tho Im-
not be Interfered with by outsldu In- ho desire a re-election can afford to nxawc new plant of the Standard lleet
lluences. Ho considers It now one. of I nll,1L.nnli the wishes of this large Sugar Company Is located. It. M. Al-
hls stable crops. Indeed the recent i.,k-r n,nir ntltin.niii. Ic, the manager of tho business nf thin
company, whose ramifications into tho
The farmer receives t per ton, gross cu,' '"' ""wp Industries, under the
weight, for his beets. He ..raises nn "unlt! ' Standard Cattle Comply,
nvcrage of 18 tous to the acre, though cxtcnilud throughout Nebraska. Colo
20 and 22 tons are not uncommon. The ru,,('- Wyoming, Utah und Montana, l.
crop, therefore, disregarding the acldl- -'r-'tury of the amalgamation of as
tlonal labor of weeding. Is the most "t-'ltlont und Is engaged In an almost
profitable he has, excepting only hli lerliuman task of getting out liter
alralfa crop. For this reason, regard- ,.l,Mr'1 Jlu u "I" of Ule "trongest men
less of whether he Is Democrat, Ilepub- '" ''I0 Hi'luUiun party of the state,
llcnn or Populist, he Is rushing to tha "'"' J""1 m,Kh '" ''" '"' the election
defence of his pocketbook. which lit " Se''r Wertlcb and Millard of
considers will bo assailed by a reduc ,,,,"' ,
tlon or the elimination of the duties on , ,10'" "' ' Benutoni aru Urgel) In
raw sugar of Cuban production. He Is """esjeu with tho cattle and sheep In
enllstlng the sympathy of his local u'rf fl'U western states, which aro
press, and. following upon the com- "j1'... '''"''""on that will permit
inent of these agrarian organs. th "' " " ,tnb" ".' itovcrnment lnnds In
city piess Is taking up the cudgel.
lcnnsc, draw nnd heal, and that's tho
way Klckapoo Indian Salvo acta Just
us nature acts. It acts that way, be
causo It Is Nature's own remedy, com
pounded from materials gathered In
Nature's infnllblo laboratory; unadul
terated, puro and simple. The same
Ingredients found In Klckapoo Indian
Salvo were In ubo for centuries beforo
tho Red Men divulged It to the Palo '
Face. They healed nations ages ago,
they act tho same today. Hobron
Drug Co., agents for tho Klckapoo In
In the western stntes, those beyond
the Mississippi river, the opposition
will bo especially apparent, because it
has been found by actual results that
the cultilie ol beet sugar Is one of th-i
most Important factors In turning the
"great American desert" Into an ngrb
cultural dominion. The conseipience
Is the almost continual announcements
the West. Thtlr sunnort of thn h..
sugur Interests ugalust the desires ot
ball lolling moro
.. .i ...... . .i "
" -""" " "Br Pii" oi (icly ...modal excoriating the sugar
.,,,,, .i .,, ,.--n tiii,m-iiv ill uiriuiiH iiiir--
tlons of the West, nnd of contracts en
tered Into with neighboring farmers
for the production of beets to run tho
Tin. lu'n mnul rppnnl rii,.trln n...' '
I - "" w- .v...
those of Ames, Neb,
Col. I.ach of these has a rapacity of
. O., Leader started tho h " IKnr r,,"t "freforu considered
o heavily recently by a ,''r "'''' ""timi Kearns of UtaU
L'xcorlatlng the sugar "",1 .V" "f wi"K alio iden-
.i. ... .i... a... ..i.... t,lu'1' ' 'life Intercuts and nr.i ,.
le can be delu'ded by the special fPlC'',l'.', " h" m"v,nB ""lr,U ,u l)noJ-
llng of such an organization as the lto", " ",'" b"Kar '
i. in .i .. .. ron 'he preiiaratlons belnc- nm.l.
trust nnd declaring:
.,.,.., . ... j . . iiunifin-nj iiiuiiui in Hint, i.iuuaiiirn.
,,, 3000 tons of beets per day. find each ThH r(1oru, , ,C, w
the secured llve-year contracts with farrn-1,, w,Bti nml llie 0mahll
sugar trust they will deserve no sym- ,,' ,7, ,,i . ,,"',u"on u")g- made
....7.... .. .... ... ... r,,r U"HI" It may be safe v furrrnsi.i
.. . ...,,. .,,. .. , ..l..r mt (he . - - - ----
the struggle of thebe onmiklnv T.
tans will become one which will. It LT
Ilicuiries are .. 1 .,! Inn ..Innrlv fnp mnnnnnlv " .'. "" "" "'" u 'Ug aUU fcevert
and Rocky Ford.l,,..,, , evtor,(1I1 which ,. . .i,,,,, n, "Dd 'he struggle of thebe opposing Tf-
-.- .... ... innu urlll I.haa .. . lt ...
complete control of great industries.
Tha Bulletin, 75 cents p?r aonth.
ers for the production of sugar beets on
kOuO acres of land, making a total of
10,000 acres put under beet cultivation
Standard rtmedy tor Gleet,
Goactrrhttt and Runningt
IN 48 HOURS. Curei Kid-
nay and Bladder Troublea.
STATIONS, .iaiiy iiAU.1 '
lOuljrJ) tt.Sun Mill m. Sun mill mill
A.M. AM. A.W. I'.M I'M. i
H,nutulu t to g it ii i ii s:io
Pc.il Clu .. 6 '1 iii ii.ii J 41 i lu
Lwa Mill B l lo a 11 im 4 0 6 to I
Walanif io j 4 . 1
Walalua iriv .... 5 4 '
Katiukv 11. i ... . 613 , .. j
STATIONS Ull V
llnwaiJ) . Sun. HAII.V iiiim ntiir
' A.M. A.M I'M I'.M.
Kahuku .... '!1 at.a
'Aalalua t.tw ... 40
Waianar t u ):
twl .Mill S.W T.ll 104 4.11
1'i-arl Oly .... 611 11.01 1 vo 4)1
Honolulu (')i an uj 4 A
V C. SMITH, Gen'l I'nss. & Ticket Agt.
Q. P. DENIBON, Superintendent
SOIL FREE OF CHARGE.
Anj one nwding bull or filling can
him. the um:w by applying to Iloiui
lulti Km-wiiii; Co Qiit-f-u btit'ot, Ho
nolulu . 1972-10t
hie O U a Drniv)Knoiii
rt-mivjjr fir v.ou'jtrhfrA.
Whltfi, unnatural dU
cfiarcH. ir anr lnUmma.
II in. iirltatiDj ur ukora
lion ii miioonfl nicm
Mold by DruffaTtMia.
or unt la (.lain wrappr,
hy viftift, ttrfpall, for
l 00, ur 3 Loltlt. rl.TV
Circular mui uu rwiuott.
flV ta 1 to ft tlbjt. W
CW 04vrud m M
la mTtmui xiaU(kB,
MRS. ED. A. WILLIAMS
1120 FOWT STREET
OPHICC OPfiN DAY AND NlflllT,
Fine cnsket.i, shrouds nnd ruhes
of every description.
First-class fimbaliuor'froiii S. F,
TEL. MAIN 179.
'TI10 fact Is
Republican organ In
believed, atlrnrt thu ,....n.i.. .'.. ..
V' VvOrlll. Imi-utiftn ,.a ..... ... . .
tho ... i . . t-uurmout inter
In commenting upon
BOCR8 BY TUB 8H4.
now very generally
recognized Hint the policy and purposo Capo Town. Oct. 17. Tho Invaders
of the sugar trust aro to destroy the 1,?vr0nnrt'ttrno'! ,n" 8,'a- A comminda
American beet sugar Industry. That Is '., ,". ', ' , '" " 1"" ",."' V " I"i5
what the proposition ,0 admit Cuban LyUT
raw sugar fiee and retain the duty on Town. The Itepiihllcans tiavo secured
icllned means. lt Is a proposition that a unrulier of recrults.and conslderalilt
contemplates the ali.iiidoiimcMit of beet quantities of supplies, (ieneral KreneK
ougar pioductloii In this country and ' directing tho operations agalqit
the surrender of the American market ,lu-'ul'
to the control of the trust.
"We do not believe Hint Congress
310 iaiiPTURE CURED
: SAK;? a7rcl riioiin.i.i,4,i,uvii,iiii
C'.4.sniya. a1mv. titllrt..ruiiiiiHim lor ll.il
v :J ' .11,-41. ,n, i,ittr.t u
X I ,'"1 'ni.r ll Cwi. rilir
jl y 11 uil'.i,iiilnri l iurii,
e"mMrjiiJLr-.t 41 IHrl N,H.",ltiVww ri
1 "" '"? r ."" pflolun.lnriil,'ii. 1 1 ,U
-. . ' tlir wm, ln.rtuilo'
'II, llrt Va, I" tflvlMT fnll lnfnllnll,. ,.VI 11,1,1 MI
ttlvn'i.r.11 . .1. ,lmtill Klvl. 1 il'. rntllrr.
UClllttS Ikvn CW Ja..HN.I.UH.M1ttt.
If you havo Soro Thro-it PaltvKinr
will cure It. If you have a cough or
cold, I'aln-Klllcr will end It. If rra
have cr.impa or dlarrhocn, Paln-Klllrr
will relieve lt. If you cut. burn or
bruise yourself, l'alu-Kllicr will stos
the pain. In short, a bottlo of Pain
Killer on your sholf will save you pain,
time and money. Avoid substitutes
there Is but one Paln-Klller, Perry Da
vis'. Prlco 25c and 50c.
MiMAki, . -'
Lht !4W. ' ' .i' iv I.