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THE'OArdBM ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914
PI CANAL TOLLS
Washington, D. C, J uue 18. !
Hawaiian sugar figures prominent-
ly in the first report of cash returns
from Uncle Sam's gigantic work
in tlie liiR i;iten nnning xue
Atlantic and Pacific oceans, being,
the sole item of freight carried dur
in x June.
During the temporary suspen
sion of the Tehuantepec route.bar
rcs, laden with Hawaiian sugar,
paid a toll of 57000 for passage
through the Panama Canal, accord
ing to returns made to the treasury
The sum includes all tolls puid
up until and including June 1 and
it is probable that the amount will
lw' considerably swelled upon re
ceipt of the report and cash for the
current month, which will not
reach Washington until about the
middle of July.
M'BRYDE VS. KILAUEA
Following is the official sum
mary of the baseball game between
the McBryde and Kilauea teams:
Ab R Bh Sb Po A
J. Costa cf 5 1110 0
Takitani cf 3
Spalding ss 4
J . Pacheco 2b 4
Porreira lb 3
T. Pacheco 3b 3
J . Aka p
33 5 7 3 27 14 7
AB R BH SB PO A E
Pablo 3b 40 101 10
Indilicio p40 100 40
Lorenzo c 4 1 0 1 10 12
Ahrens If 40 003 10
Woods 2b 4 0 1 04 00
Gus lb 3 0 0 0 8 0 r
Chongss-rf3 0 0 0 0 0 1
Jacinth rf 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
O.Akanacf4 4 1 11 0 0
Rubinrf-ss 4 1 2 0 0 2 0
35 3 6 2 27 lLr-i
i Dase nits, uaunel; Ijficrifice
hits, Takitani JjSAkana, 1;
Ahrens-J-Sfruck out bv Aka 9;
'.'"" indilicio, 7. Bases on balls.
Aka 3; Indilicio, 3. Hit by pitch
er, T. Pacheco; wild pitch, Aka.
Passed ball, Gabriel, 1. Double
plays, G. Akana to Woods; Aka to
T. Pacheco to J. Pacheco. Left on
b.ises, McBrydes 5; Kilaueas 6.
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FIRST SERIES IS
PAU NEXT SUNDAY
The first series of the baseball
season ill come to an end next
Sunday, with three big games in
as many places, as follows:
Lihue vs. Koloa, at Koloa;
McBryde vs. Kawaihau, at Ka
Makaweli vs. Kilauea, at Kilau
These teams happen to be all a
bout evenly matched-if the results
thus far this season are to be relied
on; and the fur should fly at each
of the places named.
The battle for the championship
will come at Kapaa, where the Mc-
Brydes and Kawaihaus, with 1,000
each, will meet. Neither team
has been beaten this season and it
will be something like an "irresis
able force" coming in contact with
an "immovable object", as the old
The victors in the McBryde-Ka
waihau contest will go up against
the All Students team in Lihue on
the morning of July Fourth
Which bunch will it be?
Meadowbrook, N. Y., June 16.
Over eagerness to win lost the
American team the second game
of the international series yester
day. So much was at stake that
the players took desperate ckances
toward the last of the game, and
for brilliancy the American combi
nation of yesterday has probably
never been equaled. In the opinion
of polo experts from both " ' s
Atlantic, the game " .
greatest ever playea,Jtv3y coun
try. EnglamUvas penalized one
goal forftJuTiiig, while the Ameri-
anteam was set back iVi.
It is announced today that an
American team will challenge next
Receipts of the two games ag
Have you tried our whipped
cream specials, with crushed fruit?
They are delicious. Lihue Store
I soda fountain. Advt.
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CHAIRMAN A DAMSON", oF 1IOISK COMM1TTKK ON INTEKSTAK
I'OMMKUCK, WHO PROPOSES AF.SOLlTK TOl.b EXEMP
TION OX PANAMA CANAL.
Representative William I'. Adam-ion, Mulberry Seller viewpoint of Georgia in
of Carrollton, (iu., treading the high general and Carrollton in particular.
spots on thu Congressional highway, lum
flung down tin' gauntlet of toll exemp
tion for tli'i Panama Canal, by a bill lie,
has just introduced. IK' speaks by the
card, too, for he is chairman ol the com
mittee, that deals with the subject, pri
marily. Judge Adanison is a Southerner
of Southerners. He need to be a judge
of the City Court of Carrollton and may
hap that teemine metropolis w as the real
goal of Hernando de Soto and the other
early explorers. Adanison has a real
OF KAUAI YIELDS
J. P. Cooke is quoted at Jfofttj-
ments regarding McBryde and
' "As to publishing cost of produc
tion and detail ot that if actually
taking place on the plantation in
the last annual report of the Mc
Bryde Sugar Company, we gave
full data as to cost per acre and
per ton for each operation on the
plantation, covering everything
from clearing and plowing, plant
ing, water supply, cultivation, fer
tilizing, harvesting and manufac
turing, clear down to marketing,
showing that the total cost per ton
of sugar at the mill door including
interest, taxes, and depreciation,
was $59.20. It cost $9. 1 7 a ton to
market the sugar, so that the total
cost was $68.34 per ton. The
gross receipts were 67.35 per ton
of sugar, so that there was a loss
of ninety-nine cents per ton on the
crop". The plantation will do bet
ter on the 1914 crop.
"There were special reasons why
we published the McBryde Sugar
Company figures; but I am willing
to continue to do so, and send out
the report two weeks before the
meeting of stockholders, as we did
this year. '
"As to whether all the planta
tions should do this or not, I
would rather not express on opin
ion. It is for the directors of the
individual plantations to say whe
ther they want it done or not.
MCBR YDE'S SHOWING
"The McBryde Plantation will
finish harvesting about the end of
July. The estimate at the begin
ning of the season was for a crop
of 15,120 tons. The present in
dications are that the crop will a
mount to approximately 16,000
tons. Fortunately for the planta
tion only 45 per cent of the crop
has left the market, so that it will
get the benefit of the rise in price.
MAKAWELI'S BIG CROP
"The Makaweli Plantation will
complete harvesting about August
31. The estimate at the beginning
of the season was for a crop of 23,
500 tons. The present estimate is
that the crop will reach 27,000
tons. Possibly it will go better
than that, but from now on the
cane deteriorates, and I do not
think, therefore, that we are safe
in estimating more than 27,OOOtons.
But Adamson, with a fund of fun us in
exhaustible as the Alaskan coal fields
ami a "howdy boys" greeting that w ould
put the Mexican embrace type of cordia
lity, way hack yonder in the shade, does
the serious things in Congress, lie has
put into law a whole network of legist
Hon on railroad rate regulation, pun."
food, federal quarantine, creation of a
Department of Commerce and Labor,
now split in two, and other matters that
loom large in the galaxy of achievement.
Following ore the quotations of
the Territorial Marketing D'.vVsTonj
on produce shipped to it by small
farmers, of the outside islands:
Fresh Chicken Eggs
Fresh Duck Eggs
Ducks, Hawaiian, Doz, 5 50
LIVE STOCK-LIVE WEIGHT
Hoes. 100-150 lbs. .Ufa) .12!4
Hogs, 150 lbs. and .11
over Dressed Weight
Sweet, red 1.00
New Bermudas, lb. .02
Beans, string, lib.
Beans, lima in pod
Beets, doz. bunch
Carrots, doz. bunch
Corn, sweet, 100 ears 1.50
Cucumbers, doz. .40
Green peas, lb. .07!
Peppers, Bell, lb. .05
Peppers, Chile, lb. .05
Pumpkin, lb .01
Rhubarb, lb .08
Tomatoes, lb. .01 (w
Turnips, white, doz, .30
Watewnelons .25 (it)
Bananas, Chinese bunch 25 .50
Bananas. cooking bunch .90 (a 1.00
Figs, doz. ,io
Grapes. Isabella, lb, .08
Limes, Mexican, 100 .80 Co) 1,
Pineapples, doz. 4 .75
Strawberries, lb. .17 fa) ,
Hides, wet salted
Goat Skins, white
.32 fi) .40
Our ice cream, at the Lihue
Store's soda fountain, is made
from fresh cream from the Hono
luJu Dairymen's Association. Try
it! You will like it. Or, better
stll, take a carton home with you.
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Merchandise of the
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received suojct
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
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New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Dhi-osit Boxes for
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We neatly pack and inab
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Studebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
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"universal lunch box
No man or wointin who cut lunch
awiiy from home, no child who
remain Hi nchool during the noon
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guarantees a steaming hot or icy
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Its food drawer with its ventilat
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some food at all times. Positively
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Price '.'.) each
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WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
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Intel est allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank dtoosits.
, Interest paid on I'inie De
posits at the follow.ng taies:
3 Months 3 per cent
per an num.
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per aimi'in.
12 Months A percent
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