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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST 1, 1901.
Ten Thousand Feet
OF GARDEN HOSE
JUST RECEIVED
i LARGE VARlETf OF
Lawn Sprinklers and Nozzles
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS
Iu addition to our Special Brands of Hoe, which have given such
satisfaction, we offer and f inch Garden Hose at Specially Low Prices.
general
In Fireproof Safes
we have THE HALL
It is poor economy to buy a poor safe. Gtt a Hall and Get the Best.
Second-Hand Safes at Barqains.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Ltd
e. i 1 i
LIMITED.
ive in Stock a
Off er for Sale
and
B
ROOFING.
BUILDING PAPER.
PRESERVATIVE PAINT.
BOILER AND STACK PAINT.
IN8ULATING COMPOUND.
BRIDGE AND ROOF PAINT.
FINED SUGARS;
Cube ud granulated.
OILS.
Lucl and Linseed.
GAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed' Patent Elastic
Covtring.
Section
PURINE.
Water-proof Cold Water Paint
Inside and outside, In white and
colon.
LTER PRESS CLOTH,
unen and Jute.
KBIT. LIME AND BRICKS
AGENTS FOR
FRN SUGAR REFINING CO.
- r.ncico, CaL
te?0MTIVE WORKS,
ueipnia, Fa
PELL
fVE Plrvm ,
"anctico, CaL
CO..
fwiclaco, CaL
ALL KINDS OF
!jewelry
mat,
Bpelent
on the premises.
Workmen, just frorx
NOTICE OF SALE,
BY ORDER OF MESSRS. THEO. H.
Davies & Co., Ltd., mortgagees under
that certain mortgage dated July 1,
1898, made by George McDougall, Wil
liam McDougall and George W. Mc
Dougall, doing business at Kailua, in
the Island of Hawaii, under the firm
name and style of George McDougall
& Sons, and recorded in the Registry
of Conveyances in Honolulu, In liber
180, on pages 321 to 324, and by the i
BY AUTHORITY.
TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the Court
of Tax Appeals for the First Judicial
Circuit, Island of Oahu, will sit in th
office of C. BOLTE, ESQ., No. 19 Mer
chant street, on Thursday, August 1st
1901, at 1:30 p. m., to hear such appeals
consent of said mortgagors, and of all! as may be brought before it.
parties in interest, I will offer for sale
at public auction at my salesrooms,
Queen street, Honolulu, on the 17th day
of August, A. D. 1901, at 12 o'clock
noon, all of the property situated In
the district of North Kona, Island of
Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, known aa
the McDougall Ranch and Coffee Plan
tation, containing an area of acres
more or less, described as follows, to
wit:
W. L. WILCOX,
President of the Court of Tax. Appeals
for the Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, July 31st, 1901. 5924
NOTICE.
Builders and contractors are renuest-
All .. .1 . 1 I . I '
m rf 2 STili ''.r vga"ied to get a written permission from the
of land situate at Kailua and Hono-
kahau (2), Island of Hawaii, aforesaid, ! Road Supervisor of Honolulu, to occu
and more particularly described as f ol- J py or to tear up any portion of the
low 1
1. The ahupuaa of Hienaloli 2d, and 8idewalks or streets before commem
being apana 5, of L. C. A. 7716, and, Ing operation of any kind,
conveyed by deed dated July 21. 1885, Any person or persons disobeying
from Charles R. Bishop and Samuel M. . . . . , ,
Damon to George McDougaLJ, of rec- notlce wlU be Prosecuted accord
ord In said registry in liber 94, on page , ing to law. THOMAS A. LLOYD,
314, containing an area of about 20t
Road Supervisor Honolulu.
Approved:
JAS. H. BOYD,
Supt. Public Works. 5924
NUUANU CHAPTER, NO. 1, ROSE
CROIX.
acres.
2. All of that land situate at Papaa-
koko, Honokahau 2, containing 60.50
acres, and more particularly described
in Royal . Patent (grant) No. 3466, to
George McDougall, Issued August 80,
1889.
Together with all and singular the
easements, tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances unto the same be-
Unlf In n tt m Ica o nriOf f O i n i n IT
k nlo,rhX;V.Thw t THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
The above two pieces being subject to . . ,T, . ., ,
a certain mortgage dated March 2 1897 A & s. R will be neld at
. ,77 , a , Tk the Masonic Temple, this THURSDAY
of W. C. Lunalllo, deceased, for the wmfmc icrat it a 7 50
sum of two thousand dollars, with In-j ' ' n..
terest at 7 per cent per annum, of rec-
ord In said registry in liber 170, page 1 All sojourning brethren are cordially
39, 1 mvitea to attend.
By order of the W. M.
A. B. SCRIMGEOUR,
Secretary.
And also all of those certain Inden
tures of lease of lands in North Kona,
Island of Hawaii, aforesaid, viz:
1 tVio. oort.in inflontiire or lease
from Liliuokalanl to George McDougall j NOTICE.
of the land known as Keahuolu, de-
scribed in L. C. A. 8452, R. P. 6851, dat- rvwr-wn to t h ir nir.PiPTiiRii' (it?
ed the 31st of March, 1892 of record !john F. pulton for San Francisco, the
said registry in noer o, hi flrm of Fulton and Scott will be dis
solved on July 31, 1901. The business
will be continued under the name ol
George B. Scott.
DURING
the Island
act for nu
Of attorney
Honolulu. T. H
I I COUNTER,
2BTLDle
chat Tailor
atj
OwJ Prt Just
Aspect fit.
463-465. Area, about 4,071 acres. Jw
ner annum to March 31, 1912; $790 per
annum to March 31, 1922.
z. That certain indenture of lease
from Francis Spencer to George Mc
Dougall of the land known as Hono
kohauiki, dated January 6, 1897, of rec
ord in said registry in liber iw, on
pages 24-25. About 500 acres. 3UW per
annum to January 6, 1912; $400 per an
num to January 6, 1927.
8. That certain indenture Ol lease
from the trustees under the will of
Bernice Pauahi Bishop to George He
Dnueaii of the land known as Puaa 1st,
together with fishing rights, dated May
2, 1887, of record in saia registry in
liber 103, on pages 325-327. About 859
acres. $100 per annum to May 2, 1902.
4 That rfrta.ln Indenture of lease
from Mrs. Kau Keaweualani to George
McDougall and Sons of homestead
lots 10 and 20, in Kealakehe, dated
March 1, 1896, of record In said regis
try in liber 161. on pages zs-zs, con
taining an area of 45.91 acres, more or
legs. per annum to March 1, 1911.
Together with all buildings and im
provements made upon or put up and
the land in said leases
named and described, also all coffee i PI A fI
trooa irmwine thereon, the area of said i in 1
coffee lands being as follows:
About 160 acres of piantea conee.
About 50 acres of wild coffee.
AnH j.irv -11 of the herd of cattle be
longing to said mortgagors running at
larsre in said North Jiona, nuiuuewus
about 400 head, more or less.
JAMES F. MORGAN,
Auctioneer.
. t j
TERMS Cash, United States goiu
coin. Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars, apply to
Hatch & Silliman, attorneys for mort
gagor, or to Messrs. Theo. H. Davies
& Co., Ltd.
Dated Honolulu, July 18, 19J92309
5924
tckkickitk
The action of the Porto Ricans in ; The advantages which Hawaii" has
promptly accepting thst feature of the had over the other sugar producers by
Porto Rican act which authorizes free reason cf her ability to sell her sugar
trade between the island and the Unit- free of duty in the United States is
ed States is likely to give them great illustrated by the comparison of the
advantages over their sister islands of . relative growth of sugar production in
the West Indies. At least this is a ! Hawaii. Porto Rico. Cuba anri the en
tire cane and beet sections cf the
world from 1870 to 1880. It will be seen
that Porto Rico has deceased her Dis
regarding the prosperity which Hawaii . duction slightly in that time; that Cu-
eujojreu aiicr ine reciprocity treaty . , . , -
which admitted the sugar of those Isl- a her production from 1870
ands into the United States free of i0 v"c fl.Z auBrt-' -Vliir' uul
duty. These figures show that the su- pr cent; that the cane sugar pro
gar production of the Hawaiian Isl- l?"1?11 ' the. rld lncreas. d from
ands has increased over 2.000 per cent ?8 t0 1899 but, 80 Per cenl- anfl tno
reasonable conclusion from an exami
nation of some figures Just made public
by the Treasury Bureau of Statistics,
Honolulu rnmA
AGENTS
iroR -
5 ALE OF REAL ESTATE
F. J.,,LOWREY. Preisdent.
A. B. WOOD, Vice President.
J. A. GILMAN, Secretary and Treas
urer. F. J. AMWEG, Auditor.
CHAS. H. GILMAN, Manager.
under the fn e admission of their sugar j
to th. markets of the United States,
while the other cane-sugar producing
while during the same time the Ha
waiian production increased over 2.000
icIatiHu nnfl niintr!..t; liavu i,titi ct fVint Per Cent.
time suffered great depression, and in ! Je increase m commerce between
many cases heavy tosses Hawaiian Islands and the United
It was in 1876 that the reciprocity states which followed the free move
treaty was made between the United of merchandise between those isl
States and the Hawaiian Islands. Prior fi"3" OUr Prts Js also illustrated
to that date the avH'ago nmrhietirfn i l"c 1 l"-- c-xpui t 10 int
of sugar in the islands was but about
25,000,000 pounds per annum. In five
years the production had trebled, in fif
teen years It was ten times as much.
ana in twenty years, twenty times as
Hawaiian Islands from the United
States prior to 1876 amounted to less
than $1,000,000 annually, but rapidly
increased until In 1900 it was about $14,-
000,000, and a recent report from tne
KEEAGMGKU STB EE T
WE OFFER FOR SALE THE F!N
residence property of C. S. Ludwigtea,
Esq., corner Keeaumoku and LunsJC
- ?Y,rr? j.w, "-"j w.v .. f-.ii. f finl,.,0 u 1 1 1 1 , . csu.,
much as before the treaty. Within ess " . .. c L-atrepts lot 180 x200 contalnln MMf
.. . , . . i mates the fitrnres fur thf- nrownt v,.i- suc 1 ltl io" wnilf
tnai. ten years alter tne ratincation ot - - - square feet of land.
tne treaty more tntU $ao,uoo,oou or Am
erican capital had been invested In the
Islands, and the total value of the su
gar production of the islands since the
treaty is $250,000,000. '
The following tablf shows the pro
duction of sugar in the Hawaiian Isl
ands from 1875, the year preceding the
reciprocity treaty, to 1S99:
Year. Pounds.
1875 25.0S0.182
1S76 26,072,429
1877 25,5.75,965
1S7S 38.431.458
1879 49,020.972
1880 63.5S4.871
1881 93,789,483
1552 114.177,938
1553 114.107.155
1884 142,54,!:v:
1885 171,350,314
1886 216,223,615
1857 212,763,647
1858 235,888,346
1859 242,165,835
1890 259.789,462
1S91 274,983,580
1892 263,636,715
1893 330.822.879
1894 306,684,993
1895 294,784.819
1896 443,569,282
189 520,158,232
1898 444.963.036
1899 545,370,537
Two-story house (built In 1898), feav"
ing five rooms on first floor, four b4l
at $20,000,000. The commerce of the
islands is. according to the American
Cyclopedia, an acepted authority,
larger ner canita than that of anv
other country in the world, and nearly rooms on second door, and two batk
all of it with the United States and rooms.
carried in American vessels. Servants' quarters of three rooms.
The fact that this enormous increase Everything first-class.
in production and commerce and ' T"T
v.,.,,. ' th IjawaHPan glands has! Keeaumoku street Is one of the BMsl
freedom of trade with the 'residence streets in the city.
$1,216,388 United States, established by the Feci- , ,
1,272,334 j procity treaty of 1876, sus-crests thnt the1
1,777,529 , Porto Ricans are likely to benefit by, For prices and terms, apply to
Aiui.foi , the same close trade
relations which
3.109,563 they will have
4,322,711 , which they have
5,395,399 '. Kinley to put Into
R...10.S90 j of the present month. The Hawaiian.
7.112,981 ; Islands are 3.000 mi!--s from the Pacll c
7,328,896 ) Coast, and 6.000 miles from the great 1
8,3.",0G1 consuming centers of the United
9,775.132 States; while Porto Rico is but a few
8,694,964 hundred miles distant. The sugar pro
H. MS, 883 . duction of Porto Hico is now double
13,089,302 that of the Hawaiian Islands tn the
12.159,585 year prior to the .adoption of the rec;-;
9,550,537 procity agreement, while the tobacco,
7,276,949 tropical fruits and other productions
10,200,958 of Porto Rico will also have the same
8,473,009 advantages of free admission to the (
i,9f5,590 markets of the United States in com
14,932,172 I petition with the dutiable products of
15,390,422 : her sister islands of the West Indies
16.614,622 and of the world.--New York Maritime
21,898,190 Register.
under the new law foflYlH1 Htsolli7 I O
; asked President Ml- . 1X1 All jj 2v CsJ I I V I ' m
o operation' on the 2th ' AJAUAAi V V 1 J V '
LIMITED-
201 Ja" Building.
WILCOX TALKED
OF THE HULA
The Nakanaela Profanity Case
Furnished Him With
a Surprise,
The following cases were disposed of
NEED FOR
CHEAP MEN
Pollitz Says Asiatics Only Will
Be Able to Develop
Estates.
1200 -:- 1200
LOTS
IN
"Money is very tight in the Hawaii-
KAPIOLANI TRACT
For Sale.
NOTICE.
MY ABSENCE PROM
Henry Holmes, Esq., will
iii all matters, under power
J. M. DOWSETT.
. July 31, 1901. 5924
NOTICE-
DURING MY ABSENCE PROM
.he city I have given full power of at
torney to Mr. K. B. Porter, who will
act for me in all matters.
P. P. PORTER.
Honolulu, July 31, 190L 6923
WHEN
PRIMEVAL
by Judge Wilcox yesterday: Aug. an islands, tne customs c'uties go out
Richard, alias Richard Kuntz, selling now instead of remaining- as formerly,
liquor, August 1st; Ah Cheong, alias and a Srat deal of monej has been
Hong Cheong, Yong Nung alias Nung sent nerj :o buy machinery. Added to
Kong, larceny first degree, August 7th; tnis the Government is more or less of
P. Shannon, Wm. Nelson, drunkenness, a burlesque, as the Legislature has
$2 and costs; Ah Sing, larceny second drawn the color line. The result is gen
degree, committed for trial; Nakanaela, eral depression in sugar stocks, th ugh
profanity, $10 and costs: Yoshino, driv- so far as they are concerned there is no
ing without light, $2 and costs. reason for it."
Nakanaela excused his use of bad , This is the statement mad.- by Ed-
language by saying that it was his wife ward Pollitz m the San Francisco Ex
he swore at. Mrs. Alves, the complain- t aminer of July 23, who returned from
ing witness, testified that she was in Honolulu on the steamer Siena after
her house, Which is next to that of de- making a six weeks' tour of inspection
fendanfs, on Kuakini street, when the of the sugar plantations. As for the
trouble occurred. Defendant's wife town of Honolulu, he says it is tem
was dancing the hula and her husband porarily a most disagreeable place to
got mad with her and applied several "ve in. A building boom is going on
, , , . . . . ar.O the noise and heat are oppressive,
unspeakable epithets t.. his better half. , . ... , t .. . !.,,.
v, a j In speaking of the plantations in which
Defendants wife took the stand and . . , D ....
. caiuoriiians aic nueicsifu, mi. ruur.4
said:
"The labor problem is a difficult one
Horses Mules
FOR SALE
N. Casti
To arrive per Aloha and S.
about July tb,
MATCH TEAMS,
FINE DRIVERS,
FAST PACERS,
DRAY TEAMS, ETC.
CHARLES H. BELLINA.
First sought to enliven his menu
of berries and roots with cooked
. food, he soon discovered how to
make, in some form or other,
Bread.
Back as far as hieroglyphics can
tell the tale, there has been hand
ed down the history of making
loaves. Since then the art of
bread-baking has been constantly
advancing and the latest develop
ments in maintaining the vigor
and purity of the wheat germ can
be found in the products of the
German Bakery
Phone Whte 3851. Upper Fort Bt.
Tm. shigeta"
CONTRACTING CARPENTER. PA
PEKING. PAINTER.
Beretanla Ave., corner of Maunakea 8t
Lowest Prices, .
NEW MAP OF OAHU
T JAS- T. TAYLOR, M Am. toe. O. M
18x51 inches.
Copies en be obtatnsd from Mr. Taj
-or, SO Judd bunding, or Hawaiian Nswt
Company.
said that the rumpus was occasioned
by the neighbors who objected to her
dancing the hula. She said that she
was drunk at the time.
"You must have been drunk," solilo
quized the Judfe; "why, the wife of our
TAlAirn 4 . . , . ..-; n la anil , . '..'..
. , , r ployed where a white man can work,
stood for thf hula once on board the : , .. , . , .
, , . , , yet more Asiatics are needed and this
Zealandia and e-oodness knows how J ,. .
T,r . , , . , complicates tne proDiem.
many times at Washington. This is,, 7 I.
the first time 1 have ever heard of peo
pie objecting to watching the hula on
the ground that it was vulgar or obscene."
to handle. White men cannot work in
the canefields, only Asiatics and some
' of the Latin races being fit for such
! work. None of the Asiatics are em-
I shall in-
! terview some of the labor leaders here
with the idea of having them study the
quantities of supplies and machinery
from this country: but to develop the
T! v. o a plantations Asiatic labor is essential.
Night Postal Service. , As t0 the fight between the Sugar
The night force of the Honolulu post- Trust and the Oxnards, all I can say Is
office will commence work tonight. The that It does not affect the planters. The
act is made on tne margin lert ior re
new system of public service, which is
fining, the raw is sold under contract to
due to the energetic efforts or cnier the and the Crockett refinery. At
Clerk- Kenake, will be given a trial, present the Trust refines about 58 per
and if found satisfactory and Is appre- cent, and the independent refineries the
elated by the public, It will be contin- 'other 42 per cent of all the sugar re
ued. Commencing with tonight a per- fined in the United States.
son can go to the postoffice at any
time of the night and purchase post- a. mellow and pure whisky. Spruance,
age stamps, receive ordinary mail, reg- Stanley & Co's
ister a letter and buy a money order. na o. tr. C
All this will be done at the general de
livery window. Three men will be put
on the service as follows: One at 4:.0
p. m. and quit at 1 a. m. ; a second at
6 p. m. and quit at 2 a. m.: th. d
will go on at 1 a. m. and quit at 9 a.
m. The laboring man will be the one
most benefited by the new system, as
it will give him an opportunity to go
home after quitting work for the day
and take his time about dressing and
coming down town for his mail.
Kentucky Favorite'
THE0S0PHICAL SOCIEiY.
REMOVAL
ALOHA BRANCH: Saturday, 7:20
p. m., public meeting in Arion Hall,
back of Opera House; Tuesday, 7:45
o. m.. class of "Ancient Wisdom," at
Mr. Rice's, Beretanla St. Library open
Wednesday, 2 to 4 p. m.
NOTICE.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide ""
reputation for Its cures. It never falls THE GROUNDS OF THE ALEX
and Is pleasant and safe to take. For ander Young building, and the privat
saie Dy .Benson, omnn o., uiu,, street, to be known as Bishop street
wholesale agents.
A race war Is on in Cleveland, Miss.
A band of negroes were fired upon and
two killed for molesting the whites.
are closed to the public until further
notice.
WTLLTAM MUTCH.
Superintendent Alex. Young Build
in. 1897
THE KAPIOLANI TRACT exteads
from King street to the beach. A road
of 60 feet width will be opened on the'
east side of the property adjoining the
Kamehameha Girls' School; said road
will extend to the sea.
CROSS ROADS will be opened be
tween blocks. Every lot will have a
frontage on a road. The elevations vary
from 40 feet high to 10 feet high above
sea level.
NO SWAMPS around the premise.
No freshet will enter the property.
THERE IS AN OFFER to buy a par?
of the property by a great manufac
turing company. The chances are ths
offer may be accepted. There is every
reason to believe the prices of lots will
increase in a short time. The owner
of the property will give all chances te
purchasers to make money on their in
vestments. THE GROUND IS SUPERIOR to amy
tract in the market.
THE PREMISES are situated withlB
on mile and a half from the postoffice.
THE GOVERNMENT WATER
PIPES are laid along the upper pertloa
of the property. '
THE PRICES are cheapest of any
tract within two miles from the center
of the city.
THE TERMS which will be gives to
purchasers will be the best ever glveo
by any Real Estate Dealer or Broken
during the last twenty years in Hone
lulu.
FOR TERMS or more particulars p
ply to
S. M. KANAKANUK
SURVEYOR AND MANAGER
OF KAPIOLANI TRACT COM
PANY. OR TO
W. G. AGHI & GO,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
AND BROKERS.
J. H. TAYLOR & CO.,
GENERAL BLACKS MTTBZNG,
With special attention given te Shi?
Work. Drays and Wagons mad te or
der. QUEEN STREET,
Opposite Judiciary Buildlngv J,
fm
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