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Sale KY AUTHORITY.
Auction
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Will be received at the Offict
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atesiBeaten. SCORE OF GAME 6 TO 0
in nurni lUDMi- Works till 1'
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U noon f
rdnesduy. November
mi iih. for the
t ruction cf Engine
IjV )..u No. .
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t the office
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H The Of r i nt. ml-nt nf 1'ni.i!. w ipL
: n.t l.iii.t himself f.. H i i.pt thi
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J A M.CANMM.KKH,
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-unarm salk
virtu- .if a Writ of Execution Is
snsri out of the District Court (Second)
lulu. Island of Os.hu. Territory
f Hawaii, on the Ith day of September,
A. D 1M9, against Quong Fook Tad.
b-fendant. In favor of Emma If. Naku
Ina. plalatlff, for the sum of Twenty
four and KS lot Dollars, I have levied
and shall espoee for sale at the
Mtatlon House. Kalakaua Hale. In tbe
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
: o'clock noon of Saturday, the 13th
4ny Of October. A. D. 1900. to the high
' bidder, all the right, title and Inter
eat of OOJd Quong rook Tal. defendant,
in and to the following described prop
Oftjr. unless said Judgment. Intereat.
osts, and my eipensea be previously
( nflnlshed Wagon, consisting of
' 1 I v and Running Gear.
HAIU.E8 CH II. LINO WORTH.
Deputy Sheriff. Territory of Hawaii.
lulu. Oahu. Sept. 1U loo.
Corporation Notices.
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO
NOTICE.
i n k rr
K 1 1 kiKH
.III. I, A
will be rloeed to
lith to October
t nmpany
tk-tober
'.1st Indualve: after which date stink
fkolders mill
call on the secretary
and caakanjie
tn. tr old certificates of
par value of on hundred doilum for
nw certificate of par value of Twenty
Hollar, as voted at the special meeting
f th- at k holders August IS. 1300.
w L. HOPPKi
,rt,1 avr.l.r.
M'BWDE SUCAR CO , LTO.
N TP K IM HCREI1T GIVKN THAT
he ninth assessment of ten (10) per
ent (13 per share), krvtsd on the as
saajahls stock of the Mcliryde Sugar
' -.1 . l ie on Octotter 1900. and
no delinquent on October tf. 1900.
stockholder will pleaaa mks prompt
payment at the office of Messrs Theo.
H lHvlea At Co.. Ltd.
lane. r m hwanzt.
Treasurer.
Honolulu. September 19, 1900. Mel
STOCKHOLDERS' MEfcTNG.
N A Dl it HNKD MRKTINO OF
e afochh
I'ards
1 taker 14, H
iany. fi t
i sra for t
holders art
representee!
i.ied for 9
r ,.f thi Honolulu
d.. will be called on Oc
at the office ff the cora
(urpoee of electing dlrec
rnsulng year. All itoik-
i i. it I'll, present or
y pn Tli, meeting -
A. NEWHOt'SE.
Secretary.
SSf tSMENT NOTICE.
4TAIAIUA AGRICULTURAL CQ.
UIKITED.
ASftCUHMKNTS HAVE HEEN called
M th.- naseasablc stock of this company
i I., i. ov .lue and pnyabl. ut the
offlc" of ('aslle A Cooke, Ltd., on
September IS, 1900, 10 per cent ($10 per
share); delinquent October 15, 1900.
Or teaVr so, l:oo. 10 per cent rf 10 p"-
-hare), dellnn t Novemln r ?.o. l,
W. A. BOW EN
Trees. Walalua Agr. Co., L d.
YOU CAN
Keep
Cool
WARM DATS Bf
nw or OUR
I'BINi.
CEILING or
DESK
FANS
Mad in all flnlshee. We have the fnr
Urwt and alternating currents. No
htter Ventilator mad, fall and s-
at
as j wit
stAOOON BLOCK.
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Mba,
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ILL Till: BLECTION of an IrrcsponslMi- I.t-a1lature In Hawaii atT t
ihc n,on.- nv.rkct h.rc? The orestlon Wag asked of a promlnont banker
yesterday
'That la a Oifn.-nit .u.tun to ask of me now," eaid thf bankir. 'It Is .lifti
eult to forecant wl-at gjsp U al-lature's actions will be. It depends on w hat class.
eg
in- n ,ir. Started, ir th. are men I In
lrrt'SonslMe cities of oti rs who have
.i r
lt nf the money market would undoubtedly be shaken and our cnjBIt hurt.
(.ealvtatlve actkM on quesilons concerning taxation, appronriations and ex
i' nditure of th- pSktk n.nds, Ingetker with the placing of certain men In olllce,
would all have their bearing on the money market. Bankers know this and of
our,. hav to look ahead In th.-sc matt. They are the ones who art hurt by
the Irt-erponslbl.- x.t.r. How?
"Well, for Instance, men who have amji'l de!oits may have their faith shaken
too ronciune that If ertain men art elect
mi. ke
a rush on the hank :i n t th. r.- is l
-
ttri.lO I. I tl .1 th. ..lT. i t ,.t. iho
the
-- - - -
result from th.. election of an IrieSin
mean that Bryan personally would do anvthinir to lnlur.- the financial statu- of the
country, hut ther. Ik a feelln abroad through the land that IT he is elected he will
within a srlcrt tlrn. after be assume-) eftV pav off dehta In 50-cent dollars. What
lll he the result?
"They will m.ik. . rush SSI all thi l i nk- and we will be compelled to call in
ear available funds and the market will be d. -pressed. I say this as a citizen and
a' hanker. The Irresponsible voter who , u-cts an irresponsible- member to the
le-Kislature will go more to kvft his own standlnc In a financial sense than by
any other means that I can see. Yes, thi apptfea to the local political situation."
Another ftnancl.-r mated that in the evens of candidates belnjr sent to the Leg
islature whose opinions expressed would ha considered a menace to the money
taMiity of the Islands, the bankers would
Territorial credit would be affected
He said that persons would b. prods iJ lay the hlame on the hankers for
the result of their acts. The very people who passed upon certain legislation
which would kc. onsider. -1 detrimental to the development of the Islands from a
i ,. staSSpotnt, would be the first to call the bankers to account.
Tolittcs in Its rc-lntlons to the flnan( tal status of a community are far reach
I' r." sail the hanker. Those who do not study the subject have no idea how lit
tle It takes to Injure the community.'1
M I. Kul' To SkrTABLlSn RftAjfCfJ OFFICK.
Qajlfgs Mcl-eol of the Metropolitan Meal Mark, t left last night for San Fran
cisco, where he will establish a purchasing atfency for the corporation. He will
open an office there nnd buy all tbc meat supplies for the local house. He In
ttnds remaining on the Coast for a year, although he does not sever his connec
tion with the company In re. It has n-t been definitely settled Just what steam
ers wilt carry their mi at. ne of the new vessel of the Spreckela line will bring
a cargo of refrig. rat'.r meats. The cattle, sheep and hogs will all come from
California.
I KANSK Kit OF SUGAR TKODUCTlON.
"The transfer of sugar production from the plantations of the tropics to th-
fkms Of the temperate son- Is Illustrated by figures recently published by the
Treasury Bureau of Statistics.1' resnarks the California Fmtt-Orower. "The
show that 98 per cent of th.- sugar ( rop of the world was in 40 supplied by
aogar cane, a tropical prod but ' i r cent from l ets, a product of the
temperate one while In 1 knl -.l pet ' ent of the world's sugar supply was from
fane and 44 per cent from beets. How much of this Is due to the disappeared f
of slave labor wktok existed in all enneptodnotng territory at the beginning of
the period under review Is left to the consideration of economists and sociolo
f ts b"t It U a fad th .t tl -- world's '-ain -sugar c rop of ls3a would little more
than supply the demands of the T'nit. -l States alone, after filling the needs of the
countries In which It Is produced."
Mr7TitoPOI.1T AN makKET BSCDRBB LONG UKASE.
M miirr Waller of th
Met! ipoBtnn
the Austin heirs of !!si..n, Mass., nitr.-euig to th,. proposition or the company
to take on a thirty-years lease of the prenlses adjoining the property now occu
pied hy the mark t. There has been a hitch In the proceedings for some time and
the meat company despaired of coming to terms with the Austin heirs. The Im
provements which they have had In contr mpla tlon have tcen withheld on this
int but will now be pushed forward without delay. The building will be
extended to cover all the property obtained under the thirty-year lease, and will
run back so as to give accommodations fo- stabling. A modern refrigerator plant
will b added, and the store will be remodclltd and made, modern in every respect.
SL'OAR CROPS OF THF. WORLD.
Wlllett Cray
estimates of cane
1'nlted States
Louisiana Porto Rico
Cuba, crop
British West Indies
Trln dad. exports
Harbadoes. exports
Jamaica
Antigua and St. Kltts
French West Indies
Martinique, exports
t Juadelnupo
Lanlsh West Indies
St. Croix
Haiti and San Lomlngo
Lrsser Antilles, not named above
Mexico, exports
Central America
Oiatemals. crop
Son Salvador, crop
Nicaragua, crop
Cr.sta RUa. crop
South America
Br. Oulana (Dem
I mi 1 1 h Ouluna (Su
) exports
n). crop .
Venesuela
Peru, sg ports
Atgentlne Republic, crop
nrasll. rrop
To'al In America
Asia
PrlHsh India, exports
Flam, crop
Java, export!
Japan (eonsn. rrfMwn tons. most. Imptd.)
Philippine Islands, exports
China (eonsn. large, most. Imptd.)
Total In Asia
Australia and Polymsla
ji7ensland
Vow Mniith Wales
Hawaiian Islands
FIJI Islands.
Total In
exports
Australia and Polynesia.
Africa
I pt. rrop
Mauritius
Ri union
Total In Africa
Furope Spain
Total cane sugar prod. (W. A O.) ....
Furope beet sngar prod. (I.lcht)
V. S. beet sugar prol. (W. A O )
Orand toUl cane and beet sugar-tons
Cstlm Increase In world's prod
RIOT EES SENT TO PRISON
Jnnaa who Caused Trouble
at
Kona. Hnwmi Convicted.
After a most succeasful terra of court
at Kohala. wepury ai.";
Cathcart returned yesterday on the Mau
M Loa. He reports that convictions were
secured of all tho Japanese rioters who
wr concerned In the troubles at Kona
some months ago. Indictments were
fcund by the Grand Jury aga nst twelve
of tbr.e men. the onea wno hti w.
Jail In Honolulu f r some time past, whlle
on was dlscharg-d. The eases were tnea
before Judgs Kdings and eleven of me
Japanese were convicted and received
sentences of from one yr to two yarn
in the Oahu penlt-ntlary. The troubles In
which thy wer. Involved occurred at the
plantation ef the Kona Sugar Company.
A number of Japanese work there on the
pi. fit-sharing plan and they became dis
satisfied with th'lr contracts and organis
ed a strike against the company. One of
tl.elr number refused to Join the strikers
and the rest, the, leaders being those who
were recently convicted. assaulted
this man and Injured him quite severely.
They wers arrested snd bound over and
sent to Honolulu until the meeting of
Jrsnd Jury of the Third Circuit Court.' "
the. trial nf theso rases was the prlncl-
'pal buslnsss of the term, although there
' - -s
themselvi-a IrraapeSMfble and elected by
not ereat Interests at sti.Wn ih I iiai
- . I th. ir s.ivlnea will he in ieonat.lv Thi v
.t. i.i-. v ;ion in ih mn.,v T... ir... r. . .......
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nuul . I l...r.. n.Ht 1. - mmm . 1 i .1 ....
" ' . v win ic L v 1 1 1 iiuivi man
tisihl.- I.. irislatnre llv thU T tin nr.i
h
lave to call in their reserve and the
Meat Mark, t has received advteea from
sugar crops,
PHd-pieo
September 20,
1S97-S lS9fi-i'7
310,417 2S2.0--0
54.000 MJM
311.009 21D..VW
r.rooo .V..0-0
47.835 r,2.l7s
30.000 MbfM
25,000 29,001)
31.469 32,0fi0
37,135 4.'..0.
13.000 l?..05S
48.000 4S.S00
8,000 S.000
2,000 2,000
t'.OOO 8.00-)
4.000 3.000
MM Ml
SCO 200
106.700 99.79o
6,000 6.0
10T..463 71.735
110.000 IIS.000
200,478 175,901
1..M7..-.97 1.402,672
20,000 28,000
7.000 7.0-n
MMM i:'-.i:;i
178.000 202.000
736,201 735.434
97.9V. . 100,771
26,000 31,000
204,833 224, 21S
30,000 30,000
358,749 3S5.992
70,178 100.000
121.693 152.677
31.4S3 45,082
233.X5-I 2C7,7.-1
23.000 20,(X
2.868,901 2.841,857
MB.774 i.916.496
40.399 37,536
7,741.074 7.795.8S9
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22,000
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11.000
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111, J00
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37.781
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4,92,101
32,471
7.992,
w re six other minor criminal cases In
all of which Mr. Cathcart secured con
vlctlons.
KcXinley and Hay.
Stetn( the two men together, and'
knowing them both pretty Intimately,
I am often tempted to wonder," re
marks a Washington correspondent,
"how Hay and the President ever came .
to be such stanch friends, it must be a
case of mutual attraction for opposltes,
for two human beings more absolutely
unlike In temperament I never saw.
Ponnl nmetlmea evnress their nston.
,Bninent at tne way tne president keeps
his health undor the burden be has
been carrying for three years. If he
took life as hard as Hay does, he would
' have broken down long ago, for he has
helped to bear Hay's load and the load
of iven others, beside that which the
Lord and his constitution have strapped
to his Indlvldunl shoulders. His secret
consists In refusing to let thlnga worry
him. Hy this I do not mean that he la
not sometimes annoyed, but ho never
lets his feelings pass that stage. It Is
at if he carried the troublesome things
of life In a bag; when night comes, he
simply draws the puckering strings,
and the mouth of the bag lalosed, and
be can use it for a pjllow If he chooses
4vlthout any fear that the things Inside
will get out to disturb bim till morn
ing "
Interesting Contest on the Gridiron
at Oahu College Witnessed
by Many.
INAHOU ALIMNI and Under
graduates met on the gridiron yes
terday afternoon for the initial
gsme of the season. The game was play
ed to try out new material, and the col
lege men are grateful to the. Alumni for
this opportunity ol doing so.
As the teams lined up at 4uT0 it was
I i'l.-nt that the Alumni team was much
the heavier. -Castle won the toss and
thane tluj east goal. Fuller kicked off to
M Robinson, who carried the ball back
to th.- B varus line, afarcellina cained
live yards through the Alumni left tackle.
Ivi'ihikou failed to gain. C.tstle netted
Uire,. yards through center and then
Kicked fifteen yards into the opponent's
U rriiory. Fuller Wan thrown for a loss
oT two yards, and the Alumni surrender
ed the ball on downs.
Marcellino went through right tackle
fci four yards and duplicated the trick
on the next rush. Kaulukou bucked the
line for ten yards. Castle kicked the
ball to the opponents. Waterhouse. gain
ed four yards through right tackle but
litmenway was thrown for a loss of
three yards by Cruzan. Fuller kicked
to Castle, who carried the ball back flf
te n yards before he was thrown. Judd
and Marcellino advanced the ball to the
Lil-yard line, where it was surrendered on
downs.
A'. F. Judd lost the ball on a fumble.
Castle's kick was blocked. Both sides
seemed to be a little short of wind and
the rest of the half was devoted to punt
ing, in which the full-hacks seemed to
be on even terms. Perry's breaking
thiongh and blocking one of Fuller's
kicks was a feature of the game. Sev
eral changes were made in Punahou team.
Williamson went in at quarter-back. C.
.Tudd was moved to left end and Walker
t- 1. ft tackle. PJunkett went in at left
guard ar.d Myi rs replaced Katfiukou at
right half-back.
Castle kicked to .1. Waterhoune, who re
turned the ball to the -r.-yard lino. Pu
nahou hammered the right side of Its op-;-i
runts' line for thirty-live yards, and
things looked like a touchdown, but Mey
, ers, after making a clean run of fifteen
I v.irds fumbled and the ball went to the
tAlumnl. Slight gains were made around
the ends but the Punahou line held firm
ly and Fuller was forced to kick. Aklna
i-alned two yards and Marcellino netted
live .but the bull went to the Alumni on
down?. Ingalls went around the end for
five yards, but the ball went to Punahou
on a fumble, near th. center of the field.
After small gains the ball went to the
Alumni. Fuller kicked and the ball Was
fvmbled. G. Judd picked It up and car
ried It to within six yards of the goal
line before ho was downed by Castle.
Greenwell advanced four yards and M.
Rcblnson, being drawn in on the next
play. Ingalls went around his end for a
tr uchdown. Fuller kicked goal.
With only two minutes to play. Castle
kicked to A. F. Judd, who was downed
on the 25-yard line.
The Punahou ends were invincible and
Full. r kicked. Time was call- d fctli the
ball near the center of the field." Score,
C-0.
Tl e game was an Interesting one from
a s;'cctator's standpoint, and was greatly
enjoyed by them. Punahou's strongest
combination seems to be the one that
played the second half. Several of the
men .ire green and learned some valuable
lessons that will stand them in good stead
in the coming championship games.
The team Is fast for so early in the sea
son and plays clean, hard football. The
backs are weak on handling punts. The
tackling of the team is commendable.
The prospects of another championship
game are good and the wholo college will
back the team to the utmost.
LINK-U?.
Funahou Cruzan, C. Judd. I.e.: C. Judd,
A. Walker, LL; A. Walker, Plunkett, La;
L. Robinson, c. ; Perry, r.g. : Akin;i. r.t.;
M Robinson, r.e. ; A. Marcellino, William
son (coach), q.b.: J. Marcellino, l.h.h. ;
Kaulukou, Me vers, r.h.b.: Castle (cap
tain), f.b.
Alumni O. Judd. I.e.: A. F. Judd. l.t.;
W. Walker, Lg.; A Waterhouse, c. ; A.
Judd, r.g.; J. Waterhouse, r.t.; Green
well, r.e.; P,:ibh:tt( captain), q.b.; Hemen
wav. l.h.b.; Ingalls, r.h.b.; Fuller, f.b.
For the
SB
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I
The fifty-cent size b just $
right for the baby. A little I
of it in the bottle three or
i
four times a day will supply i
precisely the fat all thin ba- j
bies need. If your baby does J
not gain in weight as fast as j
yuu wiMiiu line, iry
Scott's Emulsion
The result will please you. !f
i the baby nurses, the moiher
should take the emulsion.
f It makes the baby's fod
!
richer and more abercrtt;
only buy the dollar sL: it's ;
more oonamicaL
Both mother and child v. 2! ' ' at
once its. strengthening, up' Molding
and fat-producin? propertiv..
AttH dcl
: '- mi il.co.
. faeiuisU, New York.
soot i a
MWfeK.1
i NOTICE
The regular quarterly
meeting of the stockholders of C. Brew
er A Co., Ltd.. will be held at the o;Tice
of the company in Honolulu, on Satur
day, October 13th. at 10 a. m.
GEORGE H. ROBERTSON.
Manager.
Dated Honolulu, October S, 1900.
5670
Baby
PARTIAL LIST OF
Real Estate
-FOK SALE BY
WILL E. FISHER.
$1000 BERETANIA street.
McCully street; three lots, else T
139; terms to suit.
IMM KINATJ STREET LOT. & X
witn many valuable treea
shrubbery; ready to build
upon.
$S.B00 BERETANIA STREET, Be
tween Victoria nnd Pensseols
streets; size 6xl45; with trass,
shrubbery, grass, etc.
$7,600 CORNER PENSACQLA and KJ
nau streets; size, 100 z 20s. An ele
gant corner lot with trees, etc and
many advantages. As fine n lot no
can be found In Honolulu.
$8,000 BERBTANTA STREET.
Fen sac ola; house and lot;
lot, 65 x 290; fine locality.
$6 250 COTTAGE near Panannnte
street; contains rooms, bath and
all modern Improvements; well tin
proved; size of lot. If z $00: possibly
special terms.
$125 COTTAGE ; to be removed; ea
Queen street, opposite Militant BL
and Judiciary building: baa 7 rooms.
$4.500 COMFORTABLE COTTAGE eS
seven rooms, modern improvement,
etc, with pleasing grounds; size of
lot. 93 x 123; on Anapunl street, nans
Wilder avenue. Should be seen ts
be appreciated. Fifteen hundred
dollars can remain on mortgage.
Many other desirable COTTAGSn,
well located, at excellent term a.
For addition list call at office of ' '.
Wlil E. Fisher,
m ESTATE AGT. AND AUCTIONEER
Alakea and Merchant Street
COTTAGES
For Rent
AND
Furniture
For Sale
COTTAGE of five rooms, bath and
all modern Improvements; rent $20 per
month. Nice garden, plenty of shrub
bery, etc., all in good order. Entirely
furnished with new furniture, Including
piano. Price $600.
Also, COTTAGE of five rooms, on Kl
nau street, near Alapai. Rent $17. All
furnished, plants, etc. Furniture for
sale, $300.
LODGING HOUSE, on Queen street,
of eight room.5; entirely furnished.
Rent small. Price $200.
All of these ARE CHEAP, and the
opportunity will not again present It
self. Will E. Fisher
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets.
$6,250
ELEGANT
COTTAGE
Of seven rooms, bath and aU mo4
em improvements. Size of lot fkg
200. Ample room for stable. Ac
abundance of shrubbery, plants,
nice lawn, etc., situate on LunaUlw
street near Pensacola. Small pay
ment down If desired.
ALSO -
$7,500
THAT CHOICE
BUILDING LOT
Corner Pensacola and Klnau streets.
Size 100 x 200. Well planted wltb
trees; shrubbery, lawn, etc, ready
to build upon. Few lots In Honolulu
equal this. The neighborhood and
Improvements are of the best; tta
proximity1 to the proposed electria
line of cars and Beretanla street
line makes It most desirable. Small
payment down If desired: balanea
to suit purchaser.
Further particulars of J
Will . Fisher,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.-
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