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IMI'OllTAVr INl'Or.MATIOX I'Olt
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Criilral 71111 .N (.trill llic Sollltliill of
(lio Lnbor (liimtliiii-Coiiiilr) Itlcii
111 llnny rlilUK.
Owing to another mutter that
detained him unextctedly, tho
editor of tho KvuNlNa Eullutin
only reached tlio members of tho
Quoonsland Cabinet ytHtorduy iu
time to telophono u fow notes' re
garding thoir visit to tho puper
l?oiili,ing that Queenslund is it
sugnr country like Hawaii, auil
besides has adopted somo new
methods in the svstem of oultiv.i-
tion, tho represontutive of this
papor awaited tho rotum of tho
distinguished visitors from a drive
in the afternoon, and was fortun
ate onough to mnko ail appoint
ment with tho Hon. E. Philp,
Ministor of Minos, for the cvon
ing. Upon arrival at tho Hawaiian
Hotel at 8 o'clock tho writer
found tho Hon. H. AI. Nelson,
Promior of Queensland, and his
colleagues, tho Hon, J. J. Byrnes,
Attornoy General, and Mr. Philp,
engaged in conversation with Mr.
S M. Djmon, Minister of Finance
of Hawaii, upon tLo renr veranda.
On upologiziog for the intru
sion, but ploadiug the prior ap
pointment, tno iieusimpHr
tlio neusimpHi' man
was cordially invited to u chair
beside Mr. Philp, nnd told that
the iutorview wonltltirtr disturb
the party in tho slightest o
"This gentleman wants ? Mr.
Philp to toll him something about
sugar in Quoonsland," Baid Pre
"Yos. sugar is a great thing,"
replied Mr. Damon.
"It is n groat thing," said tho
Premier cf Quoonsland, '-and we
Bhould bo glad to learn all wo can
about tho industry in Hawaii."
Mr. Damon said: "I believe you
would bo as much intorostod in
some of tho large sugar plantations
on theso islands as you would be
with ovon the Volcano itself."
"That is a fuot," was the ros
ponso of ono of the visitors.
Tho interviewer heard nothing
moro excopting answers to his
questions and volunteor observa
tions by Mr. Philp.
"Tho area under sugar in
Qufensland," ho remarked, "is
about 00,000 acies.
"In tho season of ,1891-95 the
yield was 92,000 tons'. Tho, pre
sont Fonson will not bo so good on
account of dry weather. "We hope
to havo a very big crop, howovor,
in 189G 97.
"Thoro aro about 10,000 laborers
employed, mostly kanakas, with
a few Malays and Japanese. Yes,
wo have some Japnnoso, under
"Wo havo about 8000 Chinese
in tho Colony, but they do not
grow sugar. They do maruot
gaulening chiefly, and raiso a
"Wo have a good many white
men planting cano on shines.
The Government has advanced n
good doal of money to farmers to
eucourugo them in planting sugar
oane. If they havo 20,000
(1-100,000) worth of land, wo ad
vance thorn a similur amount to
put up a central mill for grinding
their cano, and givo them fiftoon
years to ropay it in at five per
cent, interest. In tho pnet ten
yoars two mills costing 50,000
havo been oreotod.
"Tho Government has autho
rized a half million pounds (.$2,
600 000) for central mills. Wo
havo already advaucod 375,000
($1,875,000). Oh, yeB it will
extond tho industry very much.
Wo havo a great roliance in su
gar, although the prosent pricos
The estimato is 8
tho planters cet is
8 10(. Tho farmers cot all tho
way from eight to fifteon shillings
a ton for their cano
"Fully one-thud of tho cane
grown now i'b by farmers on tho
central mill system. The planters
aro willing and even oner to tr'vo
up their I indn t" tho fanners, so
as to got l d f thuanuoyiug labor
' We r.iisc a good deal of fruit.
Coffee has beon tried ozpaiimtMil-
ully, but thoro aro no coffee plan
tations. A good deal of tobacco
is grown. It is mostly manufac
tured into plug. Almost all tho
tobcco consumed thoro is locally
?A.bout one hundred thousand
n ores (isnl'e voted to growing maizo.
Wotraiao all wo want for oursolvos
and' havo some for export
iijjiiu.- unit uiui'iiis uiu iiltti) rillfiUU.
In tho southorn part aro pio-
duct'd all sorts of temperate zone
I fruits, and wo make a little wino.
also grow wheat, hut not
enough for our own use.
'IP tlio sout horn part
"Our biggost product is, how.
Aver, that of livestock. Wo havo
20,030.000 Bhcop and 7,000,000
bond of cattle. Quoonslond has
moro cattlo than all tho othor
Colonies out touothnr. Wo urn
now exporting largo quantities of
frozon moat. Our refrigerating
works hnvo a capacity of froezing
one-half million beeves a year.
Wo also can a grout doal of moat.
Mr. Philp was askod about tho
kind of machinery for manu
facturing sugar in voguo in
"Wo make a lot of sugar
machinery in tho Colony," he
said in reply. "Out of eight
plants now b( ing orocted nnoVr
tho Govornment Sugar Works
Guiranteo Act, four mills arp be
ing matW'in Quoousland and the
other four in Sectlaud. We find
that the Colonial workR are about
as good as tho imported.
"Thoro nro somo nino-rollor
mills with shroddors attached."
A comparison of notos showed
that tho Quoonsland sugar makers
havo triplo crushing, macoration,
otc, in about tho same favor as
similar processes aro hold by the
plantors at Hawaii. "No," said
ho, "the diffusion process has not
been a success. Tho Colonial
Sugar Company has four mills
oaoh with a oapaoity of making
10,000 tonB of sugar o yeur.
"Ono great advantago wo havo
in Queensland is plonty of coal.
Thoro is also gold in largo quan
tities, and a vnrioty of minorals.
Last year tho exports of gold
amounted to 2 500,000 storling
($12,500,000). Thoro is a little
coppor and a little silver, but tho
price ofsilvor now will not pay to
"Tho population of Queensland
Hero tho Bulletin man took
his leave of tho party, after thank
ing tho genial Minister of Mines
for the largo amount of interost
ing information ho had givoti. If
all tho publio men of Australia
aro so agreeablo to tho intorviow
or, tho nowspapor men of that
groat country must bo happy in
deed. Mr. Philji seeraod to know
exactly what our representative
wanted, tho ftcts ho stated of his
own accord being of no less interest
than thosn olicitod by question
ing. As stated exclusively in yester
day's Bulletin', the visiting
statesmen lo.ive this morning by
thosteumor Kiuau for iho Volca
no. Iu their first conveisatton
with tho representative of this
papor yesterday, they oxprossed
their regret that thoir timo would
not permit thorn to visit tho loo
ward side of Hawaii, to soo tho
spot whoro Captain Cook poriohed
and to havo a look over the coffee
territory. Mr. Nelson spoke with
ploasuro of the possibility of meot
ing Prosidont Dolo on Hawaii
Probably if tho tolephone is
workod tho Prosidont would strain
a point to meet tho party at the
Voloano Houso. It is their in
tention, as stated only by tho
Bulletin yestoiduy, to leavo for
uio wry low.
i ton, and all
homo by tho steamer Wainmno,
which is duo to sail honcu for tho
Colonies on tho 21th inst.
Tho Premier is n "gravo and
rovorond Boigniov" of probably
three scote and ten, with a full
gray board and looking tlio vory
typo of tho grand old mon who
have bton creating tho destiny of
tho newor world than America
beneath tho Southorn Cross. At
torney General Byrnes is a poltly
man of quiot dftneiuor, of per
il i pa live unci forty Bummers. Mr
Philp is of spare habit, not much
if any older than Mr. Byrr.oi,
modest in address but enthusias
tic of faith iu his rich country,
and packed with information as
full as a directory.
t. w. v. a. ninirriNtj.
Sccrolnry Corlictt Itrpuru on tlio ork
for Lnat .Month.
The regular monthly meeting
of the Y. M. O. A. whs hold at tho
rooms of tho association last
Tho treasurer's roport showed
receipts 828 73,uith expenditures
$808.99, loaving a cah balauco on
hand of $20.74.
Secretary Corbott's report cov
ered tho entiro work of the Asso
ciation for December, showing
that interost in tho work had not
fallen off. Attoudanco at the va
rious departments during tho
month was good excopt in the
gymnasium, where a falling ofr
was ascribed to the holidays.
Thanks aro tendered to tho trus
tee's of tho C R. Bishop fund for
a donation of 500 in aid of tho
educational department. In the
gymnasium department thore
were twonty-seven classes hold in
December with a total attendance
Reports from the Library, De
votional and other committees
Honolulu Couininitdery IiiNtnlls New
Honolulu Commandery, No. 1,
Knights Tomplar, installed tho
officers for the presont term last
evoning, as follows:
Kmlncnt Commander, Sir Knight II E
Cooper. P U.
(Jencrallstlmo, Sir Knight J A McCandlcjB,
Captain-General, Sir Knight H JI Williams,
Treasurer, Plr Knight David Dayton.
Hecorder, Sir Knight T E Wall, V C.
Senior Wardeu, tilr Knight J D Tucker,
Junior Warden, Sir Knight C B Wood.
Prelate, Sir KnlgbtJohn Phillip.
Warder, Sir Knight John Casildy.
Sentinel, Sir Knight II Whitney.
Stiuidanl Hearer. Sir Knight Chas Williams.
Bword Hearer, Sir Knight C J Campbell.
Till: NTKAITIEIt ItAOE.
January 9th, 1890.
Editor Bulletin: Dear Sir,-
In Captain Cameron's lottor pub
lished in tho Bulletin of January
Gth, I noto that thoro is no
allowance tnado for timo lost by
tho Kinou while waiting ts let
tho Mikahala and Lohua pass
Tho Kinou passod tho Lighthouse
two minutes and a half ahead of
tho Cluudino, tho timo takon by
Mr. BiBhop, Mr Falk and otheis
on board the Kinau, also by
partios on shore, and according
to somo extracts from the S. S
Claudino'8 log tho Kinau arrivod
in Lahaiuu ftvu minutes ahead of
tho Claudino. I fail to see tho
Claudine won the race, I remain,
doar sir, yours truly,
T. K. Clause,
Hopeless Lovor That's your
final answer, is it, Mario? Unre
sponsible Maiden It is, Harold.
I cannot bs your wife. "Then
there is nothing loft for mo but
doath'" (At restaurant half an
hour later, to waiter,); "Bring
mo a fow oysters to begin with.
SubHoribo for the Eveninu Bul
letin, 75 cents por month.
COMPELLED TO APOLOGISE;
A JAPANINi: CAl'TAIM U llO WAS
Somii; I.ntc Noun l'rniu Jupan by W'ny
or. Vli'torlii A Viliiiililo lu-
Yriilliwi for svrit'iiliiiru.
Tho following Into uoup fronr
Japan whm received in San Fran-
oisco on Decomber 27th, by way
of Victoria, by ono of tho Empress $'
lino of Bteamors which loft Yoko
hama on the 13th:
On October 20 the British
stoamor Thalcs left Tai Wnn for
Amoy, carrying a number of Chi
tifso ptissengorp. It was suspect
ed that the Black Flog leader,
Liu Yung Fue, was on board..
Tho Japaneso man-of-war Yuyo
yatna stoppod tho Thales on the
high soas and searched her, and'
nould have removed seven of hor'
pHsengers had not her master en-
trod a vory strong protest. ,Tho
Britiah Govorumont immodiatoly
domanded an nxplanation of this '
manifest broach of international
law. ThoJapjneso, with almost
equal promptitude, replied that"
tho captain of tho Y'ayoyaraa ex-
ceodotl his instructions, fully nd- '
milted tho impiopricty of tho - M
act nnd tendered nn cxprossion ' "
of regret. Japan is prepared to
mtiko full compensation for tho t
dotoution of tho steamer.
Lord Salisbury accepted the .,.
declaration, but intimatod that .
anothor aot of reparation was
noodod, namely, tho publio salut
ing of tho British flag. After
some discussion, however, Japan
was spared tho humiliation after
publishing in tho official gazette'
her noto of explanations. i
A JapaneBO namod I to Chuzo
has made an invention that prom- v
ises ki bo of immense Valuo to -sericulture.
It is an improvod
mothod of killing tho norm in the -coooon
so thot tho latter can bo
stored without fear of dotonora--tion
and silk reeled after any
longth of timo. Tho system at
present involves a loss of about '
80 por cent in cocoons. It is
estimated that if Ito's invention
was adopted throughout Japan .v
the silk industry of tho country
would bo bonefited to the extent
of 10,000,000 yen annually.
Tho Cabinot crisis that threat
ened to occur in Japan, owing to
tho contemplated resignation of
Marquis Ito, Ministor of State, bus
beon averted, the marquis con
senting to remain.
Tho adhesion of tho groat
Liberal party of Japan to tho
Cabinet's oauso in now an accom
plished fact. From documonts
published by tho leaders of tho
party it oppears that negotiations
have beon going on nearly six
months, tho Liberals stipulating
oertiin long-contempluted reforms,
full liberty of Bpeech and public
meetings, extension of franohiso,
tho chief statesman of tho admin
istration undortaking that should
they bo defeated at the approach
ing Fossion of the Diet they would
uppoal to the country, hihI in tho
event of an unfavorable verdiot
by thoir constituents would re
sign and join tho ranks of tho
A somi-oflioial document pub
lished in Japan "shows that Ger
many is willing to require from
China in indemnity of 50,000,000
taels in consideration of tho re
trocession of Liaotung by Japan,
but Russia and Franco objected
to a largor sum than 30,000.000
Tho idoa of theso last two powers
was that if onerous terms wore
imposod upon China hor failure
to oarry them out might afford
Japan an excuso for remaining
permanently in Liaotung
Fivo hundred hoasos were de
stroyed by firo at Tokio on tho.
afternoon of Decomber 12.
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