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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 31 1914
Stop at McBryde Store and fill up.
Tank right by the roadside. No
trouble at all, Week-Day, Night or
Cheapest Gasbline on Kauai.
j McBryde Store - - Eleele j
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., LIS
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
is so different
ntm I ii
and you'll find your work done quicker
and at less cost. Sold at
y LIHUE STORE
where you can also get Westinghouse Mazda Lamps.
! Waimea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable at d Auto-
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager..
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
While on the subject of
Home-Buying, why not
From the Kaupakalua Wineiy
ininiic Ttrio-lif otwl Piir WilMV TfV it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street Honolulu
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE. HANAMAULU and KOLOA
Ask them for a free booklet.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hottl Slrttlt
Ml REXALL I
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
MANAGER'S REPORT SHOWS
MCBRYDE TO BE PROMISING
Manager Alexander's report to the stockholders of McBryde Sugar
Company last week showed that the yield was 14.600 tons, the average
per acre being 5.46. The estimate for 1914 is 15,000 tons. The report
shows that the plantation actually lost money on its sugar, the net pro
ceeds being 99 cents per ton less than the cost. Other revenues, how
ever, such as rents, discounts, dividends from other corporations, etc ,
placed the profits of the bulk business on the right side. Weather con
ditions in 1913 had been fairly favorable, and the growing crops were
in good condition.
It cost McBryde last year $59.20 per ton to manufacture sugar
Marketing expenses were $9.17 per ton, and the gross receipts for the
crop averaged $67.38 per ton, thus showing a loss of 99 cents per ton.
It is quite evident that under same conditions of production, under a
year of normal prices, the profits would have been satisfactory on such
The cost statement is iteniiztd. The cost per ton creditted to sani
tation, repairs sundry accounts, interest (all of which are de
tailed by items) is given at $13.90. Cultivating and harvesting cost
was $37.63; total manufacturing cost was $4.95; and depreciation is
set down at $2.82, the total being $59.20 as before stated. Details of
the cost of clearing and plowing, preparing and planting, water sup
ply, water expense, cultivating, fertilizing, harvesting, and manufac
ture, are given in the report.
The balance sheet, as of December 31, 1913, shows assests and
liabilities as follow:
Permanent Improvements, Exhibit A $ 4,330,432.52
Growing Crops, Exhibit A 806,763.72
Supplies, Etc., Exhibit A 126,461,87
Investments, Exhibit A 220,700.88
Personal and Trade Accounts:
Bills Receivable $ 8,219.51
Kauai Electric Co. 97.500.00
Homestead Advancescane 14,536.61
Sundry Accounts 4,582.23 124.835.35
Sugar in transit
Cash on hand
Profit and Loss
Capital Stock $ 3,450,000.00
Less Treasury Stock 6896 shares
Capital Stock (Preferred) 600,000.00
Bonds (1912 5 2,000,000,00
Less Bonds redeemed 1913 2'v930.00
Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd. Agents
December Par Roll
$ 6,019,537.98 $ 6,019,537.98
HARDY CALLED 10
W. V. Hardy, field assistant of
frll Hiviirtl tA tl i-flrnrrrorJn- line '
been relieved of duty on Kauai
by J. C. Dort, until recently office
engineer on Oahu, Mr. Dort has
arrived here and will make his
headquarters at the Fairview, in
Mr. Hardy has been transferred
to California, where he will take
up important work in connection
with the great, new project for
supplying San Francisco with
water. He will leave shortly.
Lately Mr. Hardy and D. E.
Horner, also field assistant, have
been working together on this is
land. The entire month of January
was spent by Horner on the Ha
nalei and Kalihiwai stations, vhile
Mr. Hardy spent the first half of
the month on leeward Kauai,
collecting rain data and also mate
rial for the 1913 Report; and the
latter part of the month in com
pleting work on the Kalihiwai
While on Kauai Mr. Hardy has
met many people and will leave a
large number of good friends be
hind when he takes up his work
in new fields.
The annual meeting of the Ka
uai Evangelical Association wMl
be held in Lihue Union Church
on Wednesday, April 15. Delegates
will be present from all the Con
gregational churches of the island
Better than home-made-New
Zealand butter at Silva's Eleele
The Kalaheo biass band, under
the leadership ofJ.C. Jerves. is
practicing every week and is ex
pected to be in good shape to play
at the opening of the moving pict
ure and dance to be held at the
Eleele hall Saturday, April 11th,
for the benefit of the Kalaheo hall.
W. Fernandes, who will have
charge of the picture program wiil
have some first class films for the
occasion. Dancinc will follow im
mediately, which will be the main
attraction of the evening.
Refreshments will be served, and
music for the dance will be fur
nished by the Eleele orchestra.
Cupid mav be asleep but not so
in Kilaheo. Apparently the cool
breeze of this rapid growing vil
lage serve to keep him awake pll
the time. Marriage license agents
and ministers will have their hands
full i n making out matrimonial
agreements and lectures for some
time. The following engagements
are the latest gossip. Miss Per
reira to M. Rebello; Miss Jerves to
I. J. Ferreira; Miss Souza to A
Rita; Miss Lara to J. Costa; Miss
Fernandes to A. Sousa and Miss
Tavares to J. Freitas. There are
others who have not as yet an
nounced their engagements but it
is presumed that in a short whil;
their intentions will be made
Large shipment jut received and j
ooened UD. and thev are beauties, c
Call and inspedt them. You will
find just what you have been
looking for. All sizes.
Headquarters for Bannisler Shoes.
ARE PLAYED OFF
The tennis tournament on the
Lihue courts came to an end with
victory perched serenely upon the
banner of Mr. and Mrs. P. L.Rice,
they winning over Miss Purvis and
K. C. Hopper, three straight, 6-2,
6-4, 6-2. The preliminary rounds
and semi-finals were best two out
of three sets, and the finals best
three out of five.
In the preliminaries the follow
ing were paired, the first pair in
the order given being the winners:
Miss Mclntyre a n d Harrison
Rice against Miss A. Grote and S.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Rice against
Miss De Bietteville and A. R. Ro
Miss Dayand Wm Grote against
Miss D. Grote and Judge C. S. Dole.
. Miss Purvis and K. C. Hopper
against Miss Weber and Harry
The latter match was won by
Miss Purvis and K. C. Hopper by
default, Miss Weber being unable
to play on account of a weak wrist.
The semi-finals, as indicated
above, were won by Mr. and Mrs.
P. L. Rice, and Miss Purvis and
Mr. K. C. Hopper, the former
winning in the finals.
Excellent weather prevailed, as
a rule, and the tournament was re
garded as q u i t e successful irom
every view point.
upon as being abso
lutely correct. Stylish
without f reakishness
fit, quality and
workmanship the best
they represent the
highest example o f
the tailor's art of today.
LET US TAKE YOUR
The Salvation Army officers at
Koloa and Waimea wish to an
nounce that the Self-Denial Week
takes place April 12th to 19th this
year. All are asked to contribute
to this fund to extend the work.
Adjt. H. N. Timmerman.
J.I. Sliv.i's Eleele store handles
the famous New Zealand butter.
One hor-o, lrkt to
im.l h'M. Well
trained; no tricks. Seven years old;
Apply Wireless ollice. or l'hono 1UL'.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of August Hane
berg, well know on this bland, to
Miss Elizabeth Wicke, of Hono
lulu. The wedding will tait place
1 The Income Tax Law
I Has doubtless become a reality to a
j large number of men and women in the
I past month than in any time since its en
: actment. The last day for filing the tax
I returns without loss or penalty has
j gone by.
I There are many people who put off
j until the last minute or later the doing
I of things which are to their own profit,
j If you are not yet one of our patrons your
I loss though not imposed by law, is no
j less real.
J While our merchandise and service are
I up-to-date as we can make them, we con-
Ifess that our business principles are of the
old fashioned variety, which places your
j satisfaction above the day's profit.
TV. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.