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THE FACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEIJ: HONOLULU, FKUKUAKV V: 1S99. Not Very Good r it. TO DRINK: mini, Km 6QS0 0. Will Stick Closer Coal Tar. Stockholm Tar, Pitch, Rosin, As phaltum, Smokestack Varnish, Furni ture, House and Carriage Varnishes, Antifouling Compounds for Iron Vessels, Etc., Etc. ..... All useful to those who want them and wanted by those who use them. ooo These, and lots of other things AT E. 0. HA I Corner 0 LIMITED. Fort and King II, A BLACK BERRY, A. U. P. NOMINEE Prof. Mele's Hit for a New Coffee Pest. IS HO GREAT DANGER Lack of Sbile Preventative Work-Affairs in Olaa aol Kona. Leaves. Profe-fior Koebele. the. Government entomologist , has returned from Ha waii, where he has brn giving eloe attention to one or two coffee dUeas?$. IV- secured much valuable Information, which has led hlin to believe that th.r is not much cause for alarm. The coffee planters of Olaa and Puna have been panic-stricken. ly the ap pearance of the black berry. The dis ease is in the nature of a small black &pot which appears on the leaf and the ;n: or A th- mp!oym r.ny ;. jM!o work., or of ; any nvchanical purul:. :n th w.-ifar. of th Go. r::n: nt ar.d of! 1.- ri!.iJ.-n pro- G rn- i wr.a t..- ;vor.o w r'li'l I aivirvM :v withdrawal of ;h, mr c.-.sticat ! e!a. of ix-nvictA fr?m rxi 1 work. in th. dn:opmr.t of many pilj ar. 1 varied .uricultura! i V r md hi:i:;r.g Importation nr.t f mi:-rial v. r. . d mar.d a ::x re ody Im provi mnt of our har!nr .r. I wharf acr faeillti to m t the rr-.iirmn:. of our rapidly incrnir.g commerce: the immedl : arqulrt-m n: by the gov ernment of all harbor front property throughout th Inland, an 1 thii va.-h properties b at all time fr of a.-- I Baking I I E II II a a mJ II i i m ii ii w n n n w. -m i :h-. V BO 1 1111 IIUMII II Vcood; U UlJUull ! SALE. ! JULE WALTERS IN A NEW ROLE. oo- FOR A Money Order Hu4?. jkZ. 1 I n a.1 Kal; ...: t4v. ls. im,'. - - Ho-.io aJ lot tor.. A !vi: - lb- Streets. n c to the public. 1 7) We urpe the adoption of an equitable graduated income tax y tem. to the end that certain rxUUag berry. It dries up and leaves a little Pp" auu ' dark hole. Professor Koebele asserts s We advocate continuation of che that the disease is not injurious to the Oo vera mint's policy In promotion of hf-rrv or th trv iisoif it .i.im-1 u occupancy of public Iand by mall in forming on the leaf and causing It to dron off. This, of course. (!Kri?n the yield of the tree. aI1 xU" in'1 ln The trouble is due to climatic con- :ice th! pirty may p.M to ad ditions." said Professor Koebele last endeavor to fur.Iur rrv.rb t evening "Under certain conditions it Aiiatl Immigration. might become troublesome, but I do ,,M w" -w of th" rt:nl nvLtUn r,f iv t. o,io t, i-,..r. .;n tliat one of th.- first and hlst dullc holders, and the encouraccnun: oi var ices industries. Acrv lot an I ce co:tus a: Ka::-1. A nu Invfi:n.-n:. 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CYCLOPS ICE AND REFRIGERATING MACHINES. GOLDEN GATE GASOLINE ENGINES. AIDION ANTIFRICTION METAL, saves time and monf-y. FRAZIER S HARNESS AND HOOF OILS. PARTRIDGE CO. Illuminating and Lubricating Oils and Compounds. Ix? obliged to spray the leaves vl:h fungicides, probably Bordeaux mlxtuf.-. This will undoubtedly be beneficial. but the numher and time of application will have to be determined by experi ments. Some time ago I forwarded some of these diseased coffee leaves to IJ. T. Galloway, chief of United States Divi sion of Vegetable Physiology and Path ology, at Washington. I am in receipt of a reply from Mr. Galloway in which he states that the leaves show a fungus which ha3 leen described under th name of "Cercospora Coffeioola." The chief says that the fungus is elo.i'dy re lated to one which occurs on celery ln the United States and causes consider able injury to the leaves. Other fungi j of the same group occur on the cherry and the almond and can? the leaves to drop off, he says. "In my travels over Hawaii. I very seldom found the black berry when? the trees were protected by s-hade. "Now in regard to the disease known as a Kusanam tungi, reponeu :y .. M. Wilson, of Waiakea. Hilo. I can of the American Union Party a lr.i!nU- tr.ition is to hasten to a realization th n :cntly Inaugurated effort to ad I to the population of the. l!and by assisting the emigration of farmer.. laborers ami artisan from :h United States of America. tll We especially command th notab'n results attained and th intel ligent efforts I -ring put for.h In the di rection of extending and Improving the public school sy-ijem. (121 Wo urg that t!: uv-ary steps b. taken to carry out th plan for the proper newerac of Honolulu. iirti W urire th Government to see tiro cab!o ron;ntnl:.:in for th Islands. .Wo declare our o?P'a;t..i:i to trusts and monopolies of all kind. iZ) We recommend the tablbh ment f a public park in Aala. and a legislative act making the Waiklkl Uach property, now own-d by th Government, a part of Kap'.o!anl Park. and that all of the ?ald land b open for the uo of the public. K Wo lte tho present peaceful report that the planters are taking '"1" iiush-iui. nroner precautions to check it. The 0 a worK 01 ;ne .Amcr.can i B.u.. pieventivc measures taken include th Vifty. and invito to Join our ran r.fi .ithrinn. nn.i .1 At n,rt inn ..f a thoso citizens who hae faith in a plain and progressive, tiovernmn: c.x eruai ity. Besides the press representative the convention spectators numbered bti five: Mr. Mctovkrr. Od. W. Fihcr. Mr. Jacdi-. Mr. Mlntot. Mr. KL hird son. much of the diseased material as pos- under existing conditions." Professor Koebele speaks very hop. fully of coffee. The two diseases men tioned are but very slight blights and can be easily taken care of. Olaa dis trict, he found to be in a very satis factory condition. There is every promise of a great coffee production in the near future. The elevation of :i laige proportion of the district make? the age of bearing much later than on the lowlands. The Professor still be lieves there is too much rain there, but finds the moisture decreasing as the country is opened up. The Kona district is in fine condition, there lin ing little or no blight there. The com ing crop will b iho large?, cv- r fathered. The planting of sugar can is in pro gress about Kailua. Both cane and coffee are growing to an advantage a- high as 3.300 feet in the Kona districts. IN POKT AC2AIN. Complete Assortment of Dry Goods, Fiench, German, English and American. 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The steamer Kinau arrived on Satur day night from Hawaii with a number of passengers from Hilo ami way port.-? and the usual cargo of island produco and live stock. Anions the i.ionp rs wrre: D. U. Smith, the well known capital ist, who returns from his trip to Ha waii. Professor A. KoeiIe, the entomol ogist and agent of the Ilureau of Agri culture, who has been lnvtstigatir.g the recent blight on the Olaa coffee plantations. Elders Smith. Wooky and I)avi of the Mormon church, who have been officiating at the dedication of a plat' of worship on Hawaii. L. M. Whitehouse and John Vi!on. the prominent road builder?, who hav just been awarded a big contract for roads on Hawaii. C. T. Day, returning :70m a : :ji;r.' trip to Hilo. Cap:. C. Kok. the w? II kr.o-.vn r.v.ir incT. Henry Waierhouse. who has b- n in vestigating his plantation intr.-:- in Maui. J. S. Walker .the insurance r.-.an. r -turning from a business trip. A. X. Ipoikai, the attorney, who comes to the c!.y on legal business. 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