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riONOLtJLU STAR-BULLETIN, TUURSDAV, SEPT. 5, 1012.
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' ' Re greatest bargains ever
m our store 'at extreme
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lulu daii:y::ens ASSOaATIOX ox siieeidak street,mtiiere jiw quarts?of
"Tiie Honolulu Dairymen's Assocl
atloa ia suf f erins from a shortage of
, nllk rlgnt now," , says P. ,M. . Pcad,
(Cci:rcl frcn Tiire D
secretary of tne association and one
of lt3 large stocknolders. "Tnls is ex-
few months many small dalries.have
suspended, others hare sold out, and
Cew have made any money." ; ;
Th raise is made effectiTe Octo
ber 1, says Secretary Pond, because
traordinary, because in the.'summer! the., association faces the heary. de
Ume; owing to the absence of a great j mand. of the winter months and it is
manr people, there is usually a large hoped that the increase will result in
surplus. . j . j a more ueariy ftutsquawc suyyij. - -
Mr. Pond declares that the raise is
made only with reluctance on the
cart-of the association. ; MA year ago
Co it of Production Increasing
Discussine the steadily increasing
cost of milk Droduction here, ; Secre-
, cf llcr.clulu's milk supply 13
ty the tl-irynen's arsoc
..7 ,-vt-.M. rpn nf milk business financially sound in Ho- mm is 100 xaiuaDie oe .useu iu
noiuiu. e milieu u. uejt uuv unius
But a Syinptcni, a Denser Sxj
pzl Which Evby Wcsisn
: pVftrliA ' i a svmrjtcsi of orranis
weakness or derangement If you have t
backache dsn't neglect if To get per
manent relief you must reach the root"
of the trouble, .tteaa aoouiiars. oua-
all's expenence., -. . ; . . . , j
Morton's GacKenteckY. "I suffered '
two years vrlih femala disorders, my i
was verv oaa
and X a continual 1
simply awful. I could
not stand on my feet
long enough .to cook
a miil'a victuals
without' my back
nearlj, . killing .me, j
and 1 1 would '' have
suc5 dragging sensa ;
tioni I could hardly
bear It ' Ihadsors- ,
Fort, near the Convent
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ness in each sld could not stand tight ,
clothing, and was irregular.' 1 was com
pletely run down On advice I. took
Lydia EL Pinkham's, Vegetable : Com
pound and am enjoying cood health. I J
is now more than, two ;,ar3 and I have r
cot had an ache or pa;i t ince I do all
my own wcr k, washing; f pd every thing; !
sdr.ver taye tackaa anyncre. ,
think your medicine is grand and praise
it to all my neighbors.; : Jtf jou think my j
testarcony will help others you mjay pub-,
lish if'-llrs. Ollis Woodali llor-,
hton's Gap, Kentucky. !
' If you nare tne gugniesi; aouot-
ble Coxaponnd wiU help you, Trrit6
to Lydia JJ.l'iniiiiaia jiecucme jo
(confidential) Lynn, 'lass., f orad
Vnnr ipttpr ivlll bo crened
read and answered; by a woman,
Dly Is ! we discussed this, because even then j tary Pond says that every element in ,f nejd stlict confidence, i .
iation, we had found out that eleven cents a the cost has Increased. Stock feed is ;
e Willi quart is not sufficient to make the extremely fligh,1 and, land near Mono- ,
i -'fi,. .-- n tn ir. inin ia tnr " -TsinahlA . to be used : for I -riatly , increased in the last le
oz3 cf Hcnclulx The other
ty r- ccr.t. will te indirectly af
i. "any'cf tLe private dairies,
rr.:.!l prciuccrs, are now selling
clve cents a quart, and there is
cf a tz'.: r.rr.cr.s.tncse also. - A
1 Ir.crc-L2 in the 'price cf milk
ur-?r3 is what' the 'announce-
to the terrific burden that people were
already carrying in the v high ; cost of
living, we were unwilling to increase
the price of milk. ' - -'
-In the year since that time it has
been proved that we can no continue
to sell milk at eleven ;cents a quart.
We would have to go out of business
if we kept it- up. During the. past
erazine ! uurnoses. r 'Besides the : Tery
high cost of - keeping tne catue ana
handling the milk," says Mr. - Pond,
there is, the undeniable fact tnat cows
ereatlv V increased in - the last ' few
years. ; A much better) quality is be
ing produced at the dairies than for
merlr and from cows tuberculin test
ed at heavy loss. -The handling of
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Qursjare i of tH
the comfort of the: wearer after
a V2 uw v o J vuu aiaaiik cv uv pw -
in this climate as they are on f the j dan street has been yastly improved
mainland. Their milk-giving power is . by the installation of the celebrated
arieciea just as : wu . ,wc j j upucner jiaecinca yuiem, a reins
brought to this country." ; - i eraUng plant . by which the milk r ia
"The cost of y producing muk has j now cooled to 40 - degrees and . a bot
tling department, practically; all milk
r.einsr delivered in bottles. ' S --V'
VThe "greatly. increased cost' of
labor has also addedtto the expense.
Probably no class of men , are cont-
pelled to work longer 'hours or with;
n little . remuneratidn. or so steadily
365 days- In the year; as are those in
the milk business. V-U 5
The , net . result or. xnese . . conut
lions has been; that many ' dairies
I have suspended business, ., and that
production has aaggea vway, oenina
the 'demand.'. '. --."u :' "'T.-x
i. The Honolulu Dairymen s i Associa
tion is a yery broad: gauge organlta-
tion the humblest dairyman : : witn
one: cow is as free' to the use of all
its facilities as Is the largest stock
holder. ; y- .X 'v?
"Its- stock ? pays no dividends. Its
ntfrft ftftnital is utilized for one Dor-
oosePonly. the marketing of milk for
; all producers who are willing to avau
, themselves of ; iU ; facilities at exact
cost It is therefore a very unusual
middleman; which, instead or cnarg
lne exorbitant commission, to the det-
iriment'Of both, producer and ; buyer,
sells at cos v making no cnarge even
for the interest? on the largei amount
of capital Invested, i In . other words
e ' V'-.-' "
between oatn ana pea
rns none expensive
as such things go. They 're here
for your inspection any; time.
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Si;FireDccaiis3 ws proviclo for thcrn in very L: !::'.'::,
vv-;-:vv.Territcry-::;- ' V. : ; ;-'; : ;
: Second Bccauco we rjivo tham tho very b::t treatment end
gififeS ;-most careful foot 'fitting. A'A 'CA , ' ; ; j . ' :
M The parents eppreciato th:c3 izzlr a!:b V and cay "CUH
V : PRICES SAVE THEI.1 L'OuEY." ' -
s'Lir? and lb. evausmj;;es ,c? :.:i3ses a;:d
' CrJILpnEfrS "LITTLE C HUiM" SHOES.
- Corner ICinf? and Bsthel Sis.
GEO. BEOWII, Ilanager.
be lowered.. The associatioa would
welcome the -naming of some expert,
a disinterested person, who would go
over our association.;, plant, books,
etc make-' a thorough examination tf
the conditions under which, we handle
milk to the . consumer, and then say
whether lor not twelve cents a quart
is too much.. t-A'A-Co-Operatiye
Business. 'A"'' -
The Honolulu Dairymen's Associa
tion is a ; co-operative business, and
its stockholders - say that f it 'is the
furthest : obssible : removed -from a
"trust." althodth It is sometimes Joc
ularly referred; to here as the. milk.
trust," In explaining . its 'principles
to a' representative of . the Star-Bulle- I
Un," Mr. Pond said, that any milk pro
ducer. ; no 'matter how':; small, may
join by taking one share of stock,
an A rot- oil lh bPfiAfits that the hold-i
Ul. Cttiuuu tuicaicu., uuv nv.u, d- - r . '
the people of Honolulu have . an en-; era of thousands of dollars wortn 01
dowed ; delivery , system by which j shares get.
a..mv inn At4i it root ostolfiDnrt, "Wp har
some $35,000 worth Of real estate and
equipment is placed :at their disposal,
absolutely without . charge. ;-
Secretary Pdnd c estimates the . ac
tual cost of production of 'mttk here
at not less than eight cents a -quart.
The: cost of delivery, including the
spillage, . In . the ; long run, .. which is
nearly , ten per ceht f the milk hand
led, breakage - of ' ; bottles, bad ac
counta. etc is estimated at 3 cents
i ner Quart There ' is nothing left, say
Uhe dairymen, for Ihsurance, depreci-
IH1UU ' J.UI V. w.' u. "
the investment, . and nothing ; for a
profit? for the work,' which is claimed
to " be as arduous as any occupation
la the Islands. ' . '
'Our men work twelve, fourteen,
"We bar no one." said ' MK Pond.
vwe, are glad to get everyone to Join
whor wishes to do , so.. The milkmen
bring 'their 'milk : to the plant on Sher
idan street and ;the association ."mar
kets It; and the milkmen get .their
proportionate" share, on the- fifteenth
of each; month. It is a very, simple
arrangement and' that it la a help to
the small milkmen is shown by the
fact that the association. no. handles,
probably a ; little better than eighty
per cent ' of the" milk furnished to ; Ho- (
nolulu.-- ::--:-r:r7z:.r:i. ?;e;-;;'v;:
- Mr. Pond pays a high tribute: to S.;
W. ; Smith, manager . of the cassocia
tion and in charce of Its- DlanUat
Sheridan street, off King street, ."He
is a Tery nara 7worser auu i yemure
olffhtoan Knnra a' Hnv . sovpn rtaVR in' to 6&V ' If W6 ShOUld 'lOSe him. WB
the week, and in all weathers," says could not furnish milk as cheaply as
6urargrv . Tnmi .' "Tha woric l ' tp.r-1 we &r& now doinje." Is Mr. Pond's flat-
rific' ; :'v V- itering opinion. V- : s : . I
. "It ail comes : aown to taw uie 1 ne uinwra 01 uie uw""1"' .r
cost of production In Honolulu is far sociation are D. P. It. Isenberg,' pres-.
In excess or what it;ougnt to De, out went; rercy: so.,-. ronu, ,BBWBuu,;D.
vvtor rrt "cMit!o,i It cot W. F'. ror,flror. . : ; 1
Or any of the German or' Austrian Watering places, by bavin j
the Waters' and the treatment In your home!
t. We' carry the following forelgn wabirs: :
Emserp-fi -Hubiriat; ft ;
p;$ Pip eraiithion ; ft
Friedrichschallv ' Franz. Jossf
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' , i l Fortand Hotd