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T1IE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: IloMU.ri.i-. JULY
2. 1S39. - - . i 1 i f J n. W.C. Achi & CO. 10 West King Street. OR SALE Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co. OaM, Kihei, Ookala, Miku, Waimea, Waimanalo, Children's Photos Are the hardest of, all to make well until j'ou become accustomed to the task. Mothers tell us we are at cur best when making photos of the little ones. Our quaint, unique poses faith ful likenesses and dainty style of fin ishing photos find favor in every mother's eyes. Preserve baby's pretty face In one of 'Williams' photos. J. J. WILLIAMS, Fort Street. C. BREWER &C0 L'D. Queen Street : : Honolulu, H. I. AGENTS FOR XHau-aiian Agricultural Company, Ono inea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, American Sugar Co., Makee Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Haleakala Ranch Com pany, Kapapala Ranch, Molokai Ranch. TPlanters' Line, San Francisco Packets, Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. .Agents Boston Board of Underwrit crs. .Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. rStandard Oil Co. LIST OF OFFICERS. C. M. Cooke, President; George II. Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. llen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Water :5iouse, G. R. Carter, Directors. J as. H . Love, tock Broker TOUT ST., Next Biart's Jewelry Store. For Sale: &IHEI. 3IcBRYDE SUGAR CO. NAHIKU. OOKALA. KAHUKU. . Kooctt Lewers. F, J. Lo wrej. C. M. Oooke LEWERS & COOKE. importers and Dealers In Lumber and Building Materials. Office, 414 Fort St. Stock Brokers 1 I . What can you do TO Savelhem You Have Come Back from Mauna Loa With plates or films on which are ex posures you can never hope to Duplicate. They are probably chemically affect ed by the sulphur fumes and other va pors rising from the Bowels - of the Earth. We are chemists and know how to develope these plates and films, and SAVE THEM for you. Do not delay one moment, for delay May Be Fatal. THE PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 426 Fort Street FOR SHLE. A LOT OF FINE, WELL BRED Milch Cows, Heifers, Horses, tamo and gentle; a child can handle them. Will be sold single or by lots. A large number of well made milk ing cans will be sold in lots of one or a dozen. For further particulars apply to A. A. Montana, Kaaipu Dairy, opposite Minister H. E. Cooper's residence, Ma noa Valley. Terms Cash. 5269 FOR SALE. 16 1-3S ACRES COFFEE LAND AT HOXOKAA. S acres in full bearing, 5 acres planted with trees from 1 to 2 years old. Over 200 Alligator Pear trees, with other fruits, oranges and peaches, and about 500 Banana trees. This land is all fenced and there is also a 20x20 building, containing a cof fee pulping machine, etc., on property. A bargain. Address X. L., this office. Lots AT KULIGU0U THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS ON long leases at reasonable rentals four very desirable beach lots at Kuiiouou of two acres each, with water laid on. For plats of lots and further partic ulars apply to J. M. MONSARRAT. Cartwright Block, Merchant St 5250 WEAK MEX . ,. ! A 1 y. , Atd women th"1?" lacking in enenrv nnd vijronr, will find 'Elec tricity, as applied by the jrroat American in vention. "Dr. Pierce's Electric Belt." a wu derfnl restorative. ft: ,1 0 Send for a fret copy of onrnew "Book No. 2." Addres 620 Market St. San Frarci;co. r Pierce Electric Co. fly. OB T( GUIDE THROUGH HAWAII. PRICE, 60c. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. FOR SALE BY ALL, NEWSDEALERS. Lelunyon Beach ' MODERN MEXICO Sngar HaMne According to Me thods ot Carte's Tin?. A SUGAR MILL Of TODAY What Prof. Holmes Saw on H:s Recent Expedition A Na tional Industry. Profes.-or W. II. Ho'.im-s refvr.tly r turned from an exp diti;i:i into Mrxi - for tho purpose of examining s.mae of the ancient hUioric.iI ruins of tin: country. During hLs travels. Irfsor Holmes observed o;h r tilings than an cient ruins, anil the following drsori: tion of th u?ar industry in mod'-n Mexican which h gave a roprs-nta-tive of The Washington Star, will br found unusually iatcrostinir: "We stopped at Cournavara for tht nis;ht, and were entertain l by the .ul ministrator, who kindly cav us an op portunity to witness ihe transforma tion of snar rann into loaf suar. "Tht methods of susar r.;akin are but little altered since th tinu? of Cor tez, though this is fast changing this mill in particular having already plac ed an order for modern machinery, and modern methods will soon prevail. THE SUGAR-MAKING INDUSTRY. "Sugar making is the great Industry of this country the cane grows wild In profusion, yielding two crops in fifteen months, without replanting one plant ing lasting from ten to thirty years, with little or no care. The stalks grow S3 luxuriantly and cast such a dense shade that weeds will not spring among the canes, hence the Mexican finds his means of support ready at hand. The sugar industry predates the coming of Cortez. "The sugar mill of Tamisco runs night and day, employing about 4o men the year round, the continuous crops of cane furnishing constant ma terial for work. The oxen, drawing carts loaded with sugar cane, and ilriven by Indians in picturesque gar ments of white cotton, wore every where in evidence. "The hacienda is Inclosed in a stone wall some ten feet high, opening through a massive and handsomely de corated gateway. The mill itself corn prises a number of buildings and sheds built about an open court, upon which the buildings open, and in which most of the work Is done. Close beside the mill, on the slope above, is the vil lage, consisting of ston houses or huts, mostly with thatched roofs, built about a primitive little chapel. The hacienda is a complete town, sufficient unto itself, in itself; raising its own cane, furnishing its own fuel, having church, stores and people; even mak ing its own pottery within its gates; exporting sugar, molasses and rum. HOW SUGAR IS MADE. "The cane is crushed between three largo cylinders the remaining cane pulp being carted out to dry, and aflcr ward used as fuel, while the resulting sap is run off Into huge copper vats, connected by an intricate system of tubes, and boiled. After boiling the syrup is run Into conical earthenware vessels, having perforations in the bot tom or pointed end, which are stopped with husks mat arc removed when the sugar has crystallized, permitting the remaining syrup to escape. Thcs? conical vessels stand in small basins by the hundreds about the Moor, and men go continually from vessel to ves sel, stirring the contents, as the syrup tends to crystallize in a crust on top. until the process is complete. The ves sels are then carried to the roof of a near-by building and the resulting cone deposited to dry in the sun a col lection of small mountains of sweet ness not altogether enticing to one who has seen the Indians handle It. though the swarms of bees 'Mat haunt It find it none the less sweet. "There is much coming and going of picturesque figures, sng and laughter about the mill, but I found the boiling room most interesting: the furnaces: the huge copper vats and boiling syrup: the figures fitting to and fro stirring the syrup in the conical pots: men carrying great cones of the coarse sugar sometimes weighing a hundred pounds, on their backs: the arrival and departure of the ox carts in the sunlit court outside, made a scone of great animation. THE LABORERS. "In most of the mTIls and distilleries small shrines are placed against the wall in some quiet corner, and between the shifts of night and day laborers short song services are held, for this is a Spanish Catholic country, and all religious observances are encourage 1 by the authorities. "At Tamisco they sang in the boiler room at vespers a rude service, ac companied by some stringed instru ment played by boys in the ba!cony overhead. "When the hands came in to be paid ic.rr th- u ys .m; an v.. Maria ir. a I j u-t.mish'nc'y cr:: ::i inn-r. an i : by .1:1... a :!;. n;.;.r. ,.:;- tV-d-!; of t!... ;..iym.iv..- tl:-v siM. a.:;:ir.g. 'Tar 5 iy.. !.::-..;. iy ti. era . f ;.!!' i.r a. m ir.y d.iy a rr.ig'i: ! 1. r- iu a ; r. ;.a ..f :.; in :.. - d ;. f..r to j. iy u; ;:i fui: a iM ! :, his tv u:.:;l h-:n--r dro. him to work airatn. "Anoiln- b;iiM!:;i: wa c-ipl by a di.-:ilry. in which a.ri ardi.-r.t- tfir" w:i:.r or runn is ma-b from ;-r-ti in of thf cir.. For h i:. lr !. of y.ars thU bt;;nfr.. na !": urr-! on in all -s ::tSal ways jus, a it . now. and verythin b-ir the icns of ar cvrn :h' ston ht-ds.'s and w.:; !: :i lir' ly nia! of the p-; . of broken r-l i.:s. th roriba! s tcar of mill. ALL PHoriT. An examination of the loks of the Cir.einnatl (las Company ! sal I to have disclo.-ed the f.u t that Jh b -products of the g.i.s works. hb-f of width is coke, pay the entire r;.-r.-.' of manufacture and that any price re ceived for gas is clear profit. Tho Only High Crado Dotting Powder Otforod at t Mod orato Prlco. Iff Baking iU Powder NONE SO COOD. Your Note Gr,r List of POPULAR and NEW BOOKS And we will note the ones that you buy I ! ! o-x thi: ckuisi: of tiii: caciialot. by I T. liullen. DAVID HAItU.M. by Weston. with kitchi:ni:u to kiiar- TOIWI. by Stecvcns. ADVKNTUItn.S OI' CAIT. KlITTLi:. by C. Hync. Tin: mvi:it syndicati:. by c. i:. Carryl. tiii: associati: hi:iimit.. by r. Stockton. HAIIIIACK-UOOM DAI-LAD., by Kipling. tiii: AM.Ti:rit cracksman, by Hornun. o.v Tin: kdc.i: or Tin: ilmpiui:. by i:. Jepson. ANGLO-SAXON SITKItlOUITY. by i:. Demollns. LIMITED. M E I M ; 1 1 A X T ST 1 1 K ET. J LAN DO, F Has on hand a new lice of Shims In Golf, Stanley, Negligee. WOOL ASD COTTOH 05DERWEAR. HOSE, in Faacy Ljlis and Cottoa. HATS AKD CAPS ia encless varieties. HEH'S AKD BOYS' CL0THI5G. STAR and MOTHER'S FRIESO SHIRT YA1STS. Succf 5rr a L. E. TRACY. Fort Street near Kin. Lots 0000 Next to Insane Asylum Pasture. OO mm For Sale. Those desiring: further Information regarding these desirable lota Inquire of J. r. MORGAN. Queen street, or MRS. THERESA WILCOX. Ilethel street, opposite IJishop Savings Rank. 10 Houses ono Lois For S. On Lanawal and Cooke strecta Terms reasonable. MRS. THERESA WILCOX. IJethel Street. 1 D Palannia p rnh p u Uuul UU b . . , . ssss W. J. GUNN, p j i D 410 Montgomery St. San Francisco. California The attention of those having capital to invest is called to the fact, that no city in the United States or prob ably no city in the worid offers better opportunities to make profitable or foitunate investments in Heal Estate than docs the city of San Francisco at the present time. A great many reasons can be given why San Francisco really will advance in value from now on. 1 offer my experience and knowledge of values to in tending buyers of business properties or residence sites. I can submit some very de sirable purchases of Real Estate that will yield a fine income and steadily advance in value. Information cheerfully giv en, rartics coninj; from the Islands who desire to invest are requested to call. I will be happy 10 correspond with any who may wish to obtain information in regard to San Francisco Real Estate. Full charge taken of prop erty and taxes paid for ab sent owner. W. J. G0I1H, 110 Montgomery St., San FriacUco, Call f oral A. THE CLUB STABLES (Limited.) C. B ELLIN A, Manager. rgrtSL,DtirHcuL TcUcce 417. liver, eoordioo end Soles Slies. PROM IT SERVICE. STYLISH TURN OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS, Wo arc especially rulppetl to calcr to your trmlf. Fair dealing and koo-I yerviro I.i ihat we i!oiend on to jret IL Dr. Rowai ahvay.4 In attendance at the SlaMc. Club Stables Hack Stand Corner Union and Hotd Street tOld Hell Tower.) CLDB STABLES HACK STAKD AS5EX TELEPHONE ?TT. (Corner Kins and Ikthcl Street.) CAREFUL AND WELI- INFORMED DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES. HACKS AT ALL HOURS. Orders for Surrey. Wagonette. Single or Double Tcaxos at a ssoscat'j notice. HACKS No.. 13, T. 77. 97. 13 and ISO. C. BELLINA, MfiX. Tel. Stables TcL 477. Mill! M fit 108 KING STREET. G.J.Waller : : Manager. Wholesale and Kvtail i. . HAVY CONTRACTORS. Orpheum Cafe A rote Or.ru txrn Tat?r. Tort kt. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meals Served at All Hour. 9 fin It KG U Is Ali Ofin "uU nisyi:n, 5uU Froni 12 Till 2 o'clock. FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TA ISLES RESERVED FOR LADIES. WHITE LABOR EXCLUSIVELY. C. T. COW. Manager. JUST ARRIVED New Importation of SILK GOODS. In ths i.!er SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. SILK SHAWLS. DEC ORATED FLOWKU IOTS. NEW IH)RCELAIN CUPS AND SWCVAlA TEA AND DINNER SETS. CARVED iUKi. RATTAN CHAIRS. CARVED SANDALWOOD HOXES. THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM- L.T IN ALL HONOLULU. WING WOVHAN & CO. 210-212 Nuuanu Street. THE BANK OF HAWl - LI MITE D. Ir.r.ir;-.rj! I !:..! r ih- lawi of l ll-p:b::c f UamalL ai 11 Al JIM0.03 orna:i:s ani iurectors. hai. M. tk- IrrS6ect J t. Vicr !ml4ect ". II. Cajhltr C. Athrtn AK:taat Cuhler I;ri tor Ilrnry Va!rrLou. Torn May. r. W. Maffar!aa. II I. Traney. S.!icit th Acr :n? of lrtn. Cor- poraUor.i. Tnj:. Ic !iMua!c. and wUI Mowptljr ar.l rarfuUy attend to all tt:ti t. tt. SrU an4 Vauhx Fbr- ricn Etchanc. I-:irr of Credit. .wim; iEr.RTMi:T. cr.lii.ary and T-rm v-riu rwlrfi and I ut rr-t a!bir! in aminlafiM ith ru and osdi:bn rrintrvl la ! Immp. c;ir t: jJc!j taay b had on aprdlration. J:sdd ItjiJdtnc. Tort S-!rr-t. cixrs .i-iu:ckei. wm. c:. ntwix. GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO, Bankers, HONOLULU - - H. L .AN lRANcIVl AfiKJCTS T1IR NEVAHA NATIONAL HANK OP SAN rUANCISTD. i r aw i:cu.Nni: on SAN rilANCISCO Th Nrrada Na- Ibmal Hank of San Francisco. U)NIH)NThc Tiibia lUak of Loa ! n. il.td NEW YORK Anglican Exchaxce Na tional Hank. CHICACO-MrrcLanU' National IUrfc. I'ARIS-Cmlit I.)onnai. HERLIN DrrxJarr Hank. IIONCKONrt ANII YOKOHA1IA Hnncknnc and Shancbal llaaklnff Corxra t Jon. NEW ZEALAND AND AfSTOAUA Hank cf New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER IUcti of IlritUh North Atnrrica, 1033 0 KSfl BllTl I IflUB 1 f Icrolt ReceltrsL Ixtana ttlxAm cm Arrrored Security. Commercial o&4 Traveler' Credit ItueL IXllla at Exchange Iloucbl and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMITLY AC- COUNTED 1X3IL BISHOP Ss CO. SAVINGS BAN EC On Oct(l!rr lit 1V4 and mnl lnntn until further notict. Saving Depomlts will lc iwived and Interest ailotr3 by this Hank at four and one-half per rnt it annum. The term, rules and regulation or the Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank will i adnniMi f.f as It Is practicable to apply them, and iac oaa iieerve r 1 :.( as reQulrod under the Postal Act will te main tained. Printed cp!c-s nf th Rulrs and Re tilatlons may 1 r.!:.iJ:.fl on applica tion. BISHOP &. CO. Honolulu. S-p!cnj!Kr 7. IK3SL ITAISLISHED IN ISSX 8ISHOP & CO. -Bankers- TRANSACT A GENERAL HAN KINO AND EXCHANGE RUSINKSS. Commercial and TraveVr' Ix-llem of Crrdit iMrurl. available In all the Principal Cities of the World. INTEREST allowed after Jul 1st. Io, on fixi de;mlta: Z months 2 Mr cent; 6 months 2! ier cent; 12 month l rr cent. MYOKOHAIIA SPECIE BAffi LIMITED. Paid Up Capital Yen 12.O00J00O Reserve Fund Yen 7,200.000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. R RANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kob !snd'n. Lon. New York, San Franr 1m-i. Slianchal. Ikm l.iy. Hr.c Kunr. Tokyo. INTEitEr T ALLOWED: On FJi'-! Iw-.i: .'.r maths 4 p. c p. r-. On :ixM ' ,'a it.r C z.;un: Z? p. c p. n. On Fix-3 Ij.M.lt for V. rooMbs 2 p. C. !. n. i.cte:h:st ai.uvi:h hy ran HEAD OFFICE AT YOKOHAMA. fJ:j C-ifi'M I Ji 1 2-1' K-a pr tlay. F.x-1 Ik i'u Z jnonths. 5 I r c-nt. p. a. 7!. R.nk V-iy ;.r.d rxivs far col-J-t;o:i H.:N ; Etchtnc. Isaacs Draft, ar.d l'u-rtk i.f Credit on the a!ivr Drat. !. and Ar-nri and tia:a-:a a g-n ral t.tn.:n5 lJvlaesa. Anry Yfikoh.im.i S;-', Risk? Nv Republic UJdc. : HosoHlu. IL L JUHEI ISHIZUKA AGENCY OF KEI HIN BANK, LTD. Vineyard Street. Transact General ISaaklsf; and Ex change Datlccts. 3SAD OFPICE TOKYO, UPAS. Draw exchange on FIRST NATIONAL HANK. YOKOHAMA. M. W. McCHESNEY & SOWS. Vt:!eiile Grctcn izi toilm la Lttllcr iri A cents Hoaolul-J Saan Work rr-n- pany, Honolulu, and Tannery.