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HIT BY THE
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THrKSnAY, FED. 271913.
lor. the 1915 crop, of which 414.51
acres is plant cane. .The severe
drought, of 1912 seriously affected all
,tbe young cane on Halemano and Ke-
n'oo sec; Ions. It has taken these
fields a lens tirre to recover,
t "The crop of 1014 would have been
a large crop had it not been for tiie
wrought." cays Mr. Goodale. vWe ha.-'
275 acres of land plowed for planting.'
. I . 1 .1 . . . .. .
icai cuum uoi De piantea. - Haa we
been able to plant these fields and
had not been obliged to abandon I s;
acres of ratdons. the total area to be
harvested would have been 58SS
acres and the crop about 36,00) tons."
The Wahiawa - reservoir has no
Keen full at any, time during the yea
1912, nor has water passed over the
spillway since April. 1911. The now
Waialua Agricultural Company had
its annual lreeting at Castle &. Cooke s
this morning. Manager Wxn.-W. Good
ale, in the fourteenth annual report,
states that the crop for 1912 was 23,
C55.C2 tons- .cf sugar from all the
fields harvested. The area .was r,383.43 ! from Halemano and Opaeula ditches
acres, of which 684.60 were plant! nas ben Dut yl Pr cent of that of
cane, yielding 7.37 tens; 666.28 iongj,he preceding year and it has been
first ratoons, 6.76 tons; 1706.1a ionij,;nlORsil)Ie to shut down the pumps
recond ratoons, 6.2C tons; T.G9.51 lone! as usual ln the winter months from
iniru raioons, tons: C.,na one W1 tw !' connecuon wun
tourth ratoons, 6.26 tons; 89.36 long
continued 'the gathering of bett lea,
but they are so much less :n numj
than formerly that the expense of in
fcett extermination was 94,2)2.40 dur
ing the year, less thau hatf as much
as was spent fcr that purpose in 1311.
The parasites are found in every field
cn the plantation and little borer-
eaten caue is found in the fields, even
in those that stand untii late in the
season." ; .
'Systematic tests are being raaie this
year of seedling canes from the ex
Mr. Gcodale goes into details re-
OF OPERA TO
BE NOTABLE -
the Halemano oitch system a reservoir
is being built with a capacity of 156,
000,000 gallons. Lack of rata in the
mountains has made the Kamananui
ditch a disappointment, 690,000,000
For the crop of 1913 there are 5351.35 faeces being all that wa3 delivered
3 if tli ratoons,;
4.47 tons; 44.75 :onf-
5.42 tons; 472.71 short
ratoons, 5.44 tons,1 to the acre. The
average, was 6.20 ton3 to the acre.
acres, of which 590.68 are piant cane.
the remainder being the different
Iuring the year.
for permanent Im-
grades of ratoons. Grinding of Ui.'s provements during the year araounteu
crcp began on December 4, and 6900 to $126,607.41, of which $2f).C50.65 was
tons of sugar were produced up to lor buildings, $1685.10 on the mill
garding ihe permanent improvements on-pfv j MlK!P I nvprs!
made and : In conclusion gives some 0C ylJ anu ftjU&IU LOVerSj
6" irfcoiuiuj iiic nuaui.c9 vi iuk I V III 1 lUlil UUl III I Ui lC IU
company, which are set out in full de- Mnph-l SliripH Comnanv
tail in the report cf the treasurer.! MUCIl-LdUUeu UUHipdllV
Charles 'H.'Atherton. i . . , -
On January 1, 1912. the plantation? Tlie cra hcuse on Monaay n,i!-
rad a credit account with its agents aiarcn -. according iq i-resenv mu.ca-, mypppry CI rcpCD .
of 1279.061.76, and on January 1, lUiZ, -ions, will be fue fcene of the largest rrtJ? llh!1
A CMn cf Beauty l a Joy Wonmr.
DR. T. Flix Gouraud Oriental
Crm or Magical Baautifiar.
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Sarr Mid to
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" At m tediM
Rra4 Cream' M tba HM karmful of all U
kin preparaUons." For aala by all dntxt and Faacp.
Oooda Ocaicn la tba Uabca Suua, CuumU ao4 Satia.
FEH3.T.H3PUIS k SCI, htf s.37 fid Jaau lUVt
of $365,275.93. During the year $106,
;.00 of the company's bonds were
bought for cancellation. For the ten
months ending October 31 the com-
and most fa3hionaiile audience that
has gathered there for many year..
The opening of the ojera season In
the large cities of the statea is looked
pany paid a bonus on the wages of upon as tne supreme theatrical event
employes amounting to $34,635.80. of the reason and there is no reason
Dividends, 12 per cent on the capicar why it should not be the same ta llo
amounted to $540,000. Cash on naac :' . . -
is $2S,732.81. The total net profit for
the year wa3 $717,936.34.
Assets of the company, shown 'oy
the treasurer, total $7,525,596.93. The
total capital stock Is $4,500,000, ana
February 15. The average sucrose In plant, $11,166.25 for clearingrand re-!! I,'M .""rT1:.' r "ue
ibe'cane to January 31 was 13.62 per claiming land, and the remainder for 1"":U"L DOnVsse OI'4 rU0, 1 ,
cent, which Is 0.12 per cent higher irrigation Works,
than during the same period of las; "But little injury has been cone the
gringing season. There are no unin:- growing cane by Insect pests of any
fated fields to be harvested this year, kind," says the report.' 'The leaf hop
but a large area of the irrigated cane per pest has been noticed at times on
suffered from lack of water curing a strall tracts of cane in all parts of the
year of its growth. The total yield for plantation, but the parasites are nu
tho year Is estimated to be 29,507.90 irerous enought to keep it In check,
tons, o which 366 tons will be from "The result of, the work done by the
Independent planters' cane. tachinid fly In exterminating tne cane
An area of 5249.23 acres Is given torer has been noticeable. We have
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and you surely get it from any of our
Choice Collection of
In the tale now on we offer really
surprising bargains lamps, artistic
A few prices:
; Electric reading lamp, old brats,
with art shade ..........,......$8.00
Electric Piano Lamp, all brass de
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TEAL SPRINGS TWO
KINDS OF SURPRISES
Althcugb. Raymond Teal phases the
theater going public by announcing a
new "turn" as an addition to his al
ready good vaudeville bill, he also
"starts something ny making the too
true decision to present his vaude
ville and motion-picture thow for only
three nights more, r V
Honolulu has liked Teal and the
company . he brought here; the shows
have been clean and clever, with the -ineht
kind of liebt and amusiris
1 I comedy to help Xghten the cares and I
j worries of the public; and since mosti
of the company lett for the Coast Teal
has more than made good with the
variety show, giving much more for j
a low price than. Honolulu "has been:
used to. . (
So, while the city is pleased to see
that a worth-while performance has
been Improved and strengthened j
bv the addine of Harrv Marcelle's I
lightning cartoon work, it
Hario LambardI, Impresario
nnlnln . lnnp na Imfirpsarln 1 Jm-
frankly t jj-jj tj.- n nla this" far.
regrets having to say goodbye to Teal Way community upon his operatic
map.'-: . -The
opening opera of the season at
the local theatre, Verdi's , Rigoleiio,
will embrace one of the strongest casis
of principals in the big organization.
Mce. Regina Vicarino, the leading col
oratura; soprano, has been chosen as
thp first nf tho nrima, donnas to. be
heard. The role of OildJ in the tune-
, ful and popular, but it4S3C master;
after next Saturday night's show,
But he says he will return later with
a brand new company, and brand
new comedy creations. ,
Prefer a peaceful life with moder
ate gains to great advantages with ir
regularity. Benjamin Franklin.
One never hears the man who digs
DRAWS BIG CROWDS"
Several thousand people have view
ed the hypnotized man, now sleeping
in the lobby of the Empire theater,
since he was put under the influence,
by Ayesha, the charming woman hyp
notist, Tuesday night
The man is still evidently in a
peaceful snooze and Is far more quiet
than other men have been in a simi
lar condition. The fact of his being
in such an exposed position would
preclude the possibility of any fake.
as he could not possibly receive any
nourishment at any hour of the day
or night without someone seeing it, as
there are always watchers at any
hour, day or night. His pulse and
respiration are below normal. Other
wise he is apparently all right '
Ayesha states that on account of
the warmth of this climate she hesi
tates to put anyone into a rigid sleep,
as under the best conditions in the
cataleptic sleep 'the muscles are
bound to contract which would pos
sibly cause considerable soreness if
proper precautions were not taken in
giving suggestions to counteract it
Tonight has been set aside as la
dies'? night, when ladies only will be
permitted oh . the stage. Several re
quests have been received from la
dies who are desirous of . being hyp
notized but naturally they object to
being in the scenes with male sub
jects. . Any ladies who go on the
Btage may do eo with every confi
dence that they will be treated, with
consideration and not made to do
j anything to which they would object
There are only three more nights or
Ayesha's engagement the final per
formance being Saturday night, vrhen
two shows will be given. - -
A crowded house is expected ' to
witness the awakening of Mr. . Mc
Crackcn at 8 o'clock tomorrow night,
when Ayesha's last change or pro
gram will be presented. ;,
This "Lamp 2.9$
i sewers talking about getting ciose to rjp. ls pne whercin tMYimne soni-
; nature. Toledo Blade.
Last 3 Nights of
TONIGHT! BY KEQDEST ' i
Ladies only allowed upon stage
The sleeper awakes from the
Sleep at 8 p'clocls
Virginia Brissac & Co.
Offering by Request
"The Third Degree"
STANDARD OF VAUDEVILLE
Mathews & Mack
Presenting jin Absolutely Metropoli
, tan, Up-to-Date Travesty
ALL NEW PHOTO-PLAYS
bird has achieved, perhaps, her great
est fame. Mine.?: ViftrJmb fiaa ben
justly termed ?tife yktfhltrl ttaAnfir
Mrr.e. Flora Piaescb ( tjeizo-soprano,
engaged by Signor Lambardl in Italy
last season, will sing the"part, of Mad
dalena. The remainder of the 'cas
is as follows: Sig. Guissppe Agtstini,
tenor, Duca di Mantuap'Micncle Glc-
...11 i llllHIW" ..1.1
J R. HATHAWAY, of this eity, has
gone to San Francisco on a business
- MRS. Wi F. MORRIS, proprietor or
the Victoria Hotel of San Francisco,
is a visitor to ths islands. '
MISS MYRTLE LITTLE and Miss
Jane Brant, of San Francisco, - are
making a ton r of the Islands. '? - V
C. E. WRIGHT, manager ; of the
Volcano stables at Hilo, is registered
at the Stewart hotel in San Francisco.
G. X. WENDL1NG. of San Francis
co, accompanied by Mrs. Wendling
and Miss Florence "Wendling, Is in
Honolulu for several weeks' visit.
' GEORGE H. ; TUESLAY, paklUher
cf the Yakima Morning Herald, of
Yakima, Washington, arrived in Hon
olulu on the Makun yesterday to ,
ijiend a few weeks in the islauds, and
tj visit the rolcano.
LLOYD CHILDS, who has been
managing a troupe cf Hawaiian sing
ers on a vaudeville circuit, writes tne
j romotion committee that he has. been
playing to 5000' a day In tne milate
states, and in St. Louis made a bij
bSL Ha also shows motion film pic
tures of the Islands. .
Sig. Arte ro Bo?I, general musical
vacchini, baritone, famous for n:s por
trayal of the Rigoletto roie. and hig.
Giovanni Martino, basso, as Sparaiu
cile. The last nameu artiot :ias oeea
engaged to fing the leading bass roles
with the Metropolitan Grand Opera
Company, of New York, next year.
t The famous "Quartette from Rigolet
tb. which will be hoard on Mocuay
tight, is concede by eminent music
and dramatic critics to be, pernapc,
the most thrilling ensemble number in
the entire realm cf grand opera, and
Us rendition by the noted singers
i nventioned above will unquestionably
remain ever as a delight to those who
tre fortunate enough to setmrf seats
tor the inaugural performance or ihe
. coming series. ' .
j On Tuesday right, Mcie, Ester Aia.-
I berto. the leading dramatic soprano of j
j the comrany, will first be heard. She;
;. wilLsing ib1 role of Locnora in Verdi's i
tuneful 11 Trovatorc.
Experienced moving picture operator,
does own sign work and slides;
worked 6 years In Edison factory;
would like position or any clerical
work. Address Y," this office.
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At "Bargain Counter" Price. A Kai
rruki Home, on Waialae Avenue,
near Liliuokalani school and end of
car line. Buildings practically new,
substantial and attractive in finish
and location. Corner lot 75x137 feet
Will sell unfurnished or fullr fur
nished as owner and occupant is
called home to mainland. For pr-r-ticulars
see "Pratt the Landman,'
101 Stangenwald. 5431-tr.
Lieht phaeton, cheap. D. O. Kamman,
Phone 2304. : 5481-6L
A pen see coat, near Kapiolani park,
cn Monday. Return to this office
and , receive suitable reward.
Black silk umbrella, gold handle, with
name, about week ago. Return to
Colonial Hotel. Reward. 5481-3L
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FIRST WEEK REPERTOIRE:
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tdouble bill), Cavalleria Rusticanaand
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$2.50; 1st row balcony 1&50. . Matnee
balcony $1.50, gallery. 50c Matinee
prices: Reserved seat section $1.50
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For a summer residence- or
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cannot be excelled. Situated as
it l and bordering on beautiful
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