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E. O. Hall
WAIALUA AGRICULTURAL HAS
PLANT READY TO GO AHEAD
Tin- nmiunl nu e-tlng t the W.ilalua
giltultural Cnmpniiv vvas, held thl
morning at II ncloeh In the rieim
above Castle & Cooke's unices "h
minutes of the previous iniftltiK "i
read. ivhoieiipon Manager V
Ooodnle lend Ins upmt li the ni
The most Inipuitiint pntts or this re
Crop of 1901.
Planting the rop of 1!KU was finish
cd in Innnnr lfi'W and tephintliig
Grinding the crop was begun on lun
nary 21st and was Mulshed on August
12th The total luld was I2"l13
tons tut troni 2iinl.1T neies. Vn aver
age yield or six tons pet ntte We ex
pected to trle o(T Ifi.onu tons The
hortnge ol 3 DfcO.sT tons was dm lo
the dr weather which teduted I'm
vleld of the inne eaillesl planteil on
lands Inlgated li water from the Kan
Itonahuti htrenm the short giowth ol
the late plant and the rains of Novetii
her December Januar) and I'ebinniy,
llll wllllll pievellted the llpclllllg ol
the rnne and resulted In low qiiallt or
the Julie. The nveiagis ror three
month vv pio Denslt) 11 I r . siumse,
12 S4. and purltv M 'A
The average foi the (lop was !'Oo
tons cane per ton ol sugai
The total cost ol the emp ur I'lul
as shown b) the stntemeut of expenses
lu exhibit 11 of treasurei's re pott Is
'I .. sugar sold
To which should
be adileil 243
tons of sugai
ou hand or nu
it.";; Oil $79S!i!H, !U
rihowlng nu uppaieut lo.-
on the nop or 1901 or $ ;3,9S1 T9
lu leference to this app.uent loss
ulj the eiop u should hu noted that
ertaln Items ul expense havo been
Included In the ope'iatlng txpenses but
which uia) be legaideil iih Iluaui Inl ex
pensu foi the yem rather than legular
operating expenses These lit ms tux
as follow b.
1 Part of cmlgiatiuu ex
penses of Japanese la
borers, foimerl cm
rled"lii tho J ear's le
port us au asset of the
company $ i,,i,i,!ii
'I- ltaik lent and taxes ou
lu Mm nu
lauds not used duiiug
the cai . ..
Total . .$ 17.1.1,1 M)
Should tho depredation written otT have therefore recommended to tho
for wear and tear during the past two stockholders the nutlioilj-ntion or n
ears and Included In the opeiiillng I'un.'JOO 0 per cent bond Issue, bonds
expenses for the crop or 19111 and , to bo redeemable In five v cars and my
nmountlrig now to 17.32i; 1.! bo also able In firteen jenrs. It is piopciked
added we shall have a total amou-it of 'that $350,000 of said $."iiii,iiiiu Issue bo
Jv4,7;9.93, which Is more than enough plated at once, and applied tovvniUH
to offbet the appaient loss on tin. crop rnucelllng tho company's ptesent In
uf 1901- Iriebtedness, and that the lemaiiilng
Crop of 1902. 91'O.OOD ho deposited with the ugents
The crop of 19112 is to b hai vested , """ t'um to time, as lollatcml so
from 1,3(17.77 ueres of plant cane 1 unity for any "fiituin advances, that
039 61 acres of two jear ratoons and,
uo atrys or one jear ratoons, n to
la. area of 2.727 11 ac 1 es As repotted
last year the crop of lSo.' will be
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n..uii ovju uui'N ui Jlillll IUll' UWMIK
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number or small detached fields of
plant and ratoon cane have been cut.
Cane tasseled this jear on the high
lands or Walalua and Kiwalloa only.
The Juice of the cane cut on the 1 m-er
lands Is of low density and purity, hut
tjeiter man that or last year Intimat
ed crop ot 1902, 1(1 000 tons
Crop of 1903.
Pump No. 0, which wo expected to
have erected In tlmo fur use In plant
Ing and cultivating thu nop of 1902,
was received In December, 1900 The
pump was Btartcd In Apt II. and plant
Ing on tho upper lands or Kawalloa
was begun In May, '1901 The nop of
1903 will be 1573 acres or plant one,
121S acres of two eai ratoons and
300 acres of one year ratoons.
Under the head of permanent Int
piovements ate cuiimeiateil a number
of Improvements both to mill and field
The pumping btutlons aip complete
with tho exception of the drilling of
five wells. In the mill eight crvitalll7
crs and six ctntilfugals have bun
uddiiJ and a cane unloader has bet n,'h:t
A 1550-foot svphon has been tfuflt
across the Aunhiilu Uulc.li unci exten
sive surveys have been mads.
Negotiations uie new being made foi
a supply of oil fuel for the pumping
stations, steam plows unci locomotives
and It Is believed that a great savin,;
can be made In th ecost of pumping,
lallroad ojicratlng and steam plowing.
During the thtce veai's xitid thice
months of development of this planta
tion wo have had thu change from ir
abundance of cheap labor to a scaulty
of mm at high wages, have Milfeicl
great losses from delays lu dellvciy nt
pumping machinery ryeveutl.i; wily
planting of the lands prepared Have
Little chicks lire nllowed to die,
eggs get senrco, tho chickens make
dry eating, etc. Thcso mistakes nro
constantly made, but need not occur.
will Increase the quantity of egg and
make heni lay regularly, it cures
chicken (holcrn, roup, gapes, worms,
rheumatism and all diseases.
No poultry raiser Bhould do without
Pratt's Poultry Food.
What It does for chickens It does
for all kinds of poultry Tho oldest
and most reliable In existence, Cnll
lor a package and try It.
& Son, Ltd.
lost lv fallme to nirive or innihlner)
fur the mill which ck'laed gi hiding
imd usulting in detciloratlon of the
cane foi the eiop of 1900 nml s'lort
growth or inttoons for the eiop of 1902.
It mutt be icmeui'jFied wu had to
pa tho highest prices for mm lilnery
and othei materials nt tho tine when
we were making our greatest pin
Sugar was high when we had none
to sell, mid low when ucjiegnn to ship
.Ml these muses have made s) sterna
tic development of the plantation Im
possible, and postponed tho p.i nicnt of
The plantation Is now fully equip
ped. and we are lendy to plant nnJ
hai vest our crops at the proper sea
After the reading of this report n i
tuerous questions were askul the limn
ager on viii Ions p.uts of it Spe. ml
luleiest was taken in the nop eitl
ni.it s about wbkh Mr lloodnle Is In
clined to he veii lonseiiaUie.
The tt e. miner s lepoit was taken
up next It shows the total sugai nop
ol 19(11 to be $l,u.'J.:ib9!il. Tho total
receipts during the eni 19i I amiiuut
lug to $I.7iiii..,UJ jt.
The cllsbuisemeuts show the total
(ash outlay dining Itml for operating
expenses to have been $1.UU9."0S 1,9.
l'eimnnent lmpiovementH hnvo been
made to the amount of $4i).2.1.k1,
which sums together with expenses,
te bonds, Intel est paid on bonds, stod.
of supplies meiihanclise and building
inuteilnl Inn eased stock tn Cnl unci
Haw1. Sugni Itolliilng Co haw Trull
and 1'ncMug Co. and Wnhlawa Water
Co.. etc., makes the total cash ills
buisements ll.fift'i 199 St.
Tho following cllri'i Ioih for the en
suing mr weie then eleited: .1 II.
Athetton. 1 J Lowtey. Henry Water
house W F. Allen and W A. How
in The stoiKhuldeiK bj vote eon
Harmed the workidiine by tho direct
c is during the past yeai and the meet
(Continued fiiim page 1.)
Ikiii so mm h moie than wnn oilgl
nnll.v estliutaed. and the tlo.itlng In
111 btedness on fioce nibci 'list eoiise.
ciuentl so iniicn lnrger thnn the ad
vances agieed upon In tho agency
agieemeut, your dlreetois consider a
bond Issue absolutely necessary. Thoy
they maj bo ciittc.il npun to make up
The agents have nlicacly nn mined
for the placing of s3.-ii.iiuu or the pio-
lOHl'H l)OI)( IHHIll- ttl pill
! " 0W TP"'"lns " "'" HUK-khll.l.
'" -"'"riw ll- tan.1 Issue and .0 In
,,",t -1"' ""oitors as to the Hl.pu.1
,, r tho H!im
'" V ,"lnK ', llH ,"'l""t ' mlKllt ay
1 ,llmt ni'Pllcotloii or the 35im)OH
1 "'" the piesc-nt dcilit will leavo the
luumuiiuii in iieuu cin .lauuaty ist.
VUI2, only to tho extent of J22.3'M 0G.
This will put tne plantntlou on a n.ore
Vieimanent llnanclnl basis
J. P, COOKE,
Treasurer Klhel PJantntlon Co.
"Darling. r 1 love the1 nlr you
breathe'" he exclaimed.
"I don't blame jou. It's woith
loving since Plcrpont .lorgan oiganlz
eel his bottling syndicate '
Plaio Everywhere Time 1912 .
U the Annual Meeting ol the
btotkholdi'is of the Honokaa Kuear
ICompnuy held at the olllces of V A
bchaerer k Comimnv m this city, on
this dn. the lollovvlng officcis wei
F. A. Schaefer
W. H. Balrd
!d Vice Pre.
Board of Directors F. W. Schaef.
er, W. H. Balrd, Edward Pollltz, V.
Lanz, H. Schwartzy, H. Focke, E. A.
Mclnerny, F, Lewis and W. L, Hopper.
Pebiuaiy 27. 1902. 2082 31
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l.nst quarter of the moon on tho 2d
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Tides from tho United States CoaBt
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Kalmltil and HMo occur
about an hour earlier lhan at Ho
nolulu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Orcen wclh time, being
iut of tho meridian of 157.30. The
tlmo whistle ..ows nt 1:30 p. m., whlcu
Is tho B.nno as Greenwich. Vn Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from thin
nort for San Francisco will find thcro
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Offlco located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of chnrtB and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Dm rati, Punnhoii. Febiuary
27 Tempcinturc Morning minimum,
C. Midday maximum. 78.
Ilarometti nt 9 n. in 30 00. railing
Rainfall 0 01.
Dew Point C.F.
Humidity nt 9 a. ill. 75 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Feb-
-Weather hazy; wind light
Thursday, I'ebiuaiy 27.
Htnn-. Kntial, llruhn, from Kni
Nllhnti, Thompson, for liana
2 p. m.
Ku Au Hon. Mnsher, for Ana-
.it in i
Iwnlaul, Greene, for Uoolc, 3
II. S A. '1
Wat i en, may salt this
Sehr. Mulolo, for Hannlel, 5 p in
Am. sp. Tlllle i: Stiirbiiik, for S.u
EWA BORDERED ON
(Continued from page 1.)
The actual expenditure to piodnce
the eiop or 1901 wns $31.01 pel ton.
Not onl) did a higher Kite foi labor
cause the greater cost, hut also 0 (or
ii'spnnilliigly nigh into for general ma
leilnl, taxes, etc. An Itemized state
ment of cost of production Is hero
with, to which jou uie ief cried for
details. The following Is merely a
verj londensod leenpltiilatlun:
Cost of Crop 1931 per Ton of Sugar.
Piepaiing and planting $ 2 SO
Cultivating 15 pj
IVIIveiy to mill 0,29
'111 tepaiis, ninniifactiiio and
containers 1 .is
cdlcal, I10splt.1l and suultniy
Iinmlginticin expense and It. S.
P. A. dues
Add di piec Intlou ilinrgo
Gland totnl J.'IC C.2
In connection with the nbovo It
might be Intel estlng to know that tho
cost or ruinlshlng wnter ror Irrigating
the crop until tnsselllng, was $35.72
per acie, or "3.30 per ton or sugnr.
And that Ji.12 per neie. 01 45 cents
per ton of sugur, vvus expended In or
der to prevent the cleterlointlon eon
sequent upon a piolouged gilndlng
season. The writer expects that be
fore another season, on account ot
the enlaiged capacity of the new mill
the laiger pottlon of this latter ex
pense will be eliminated.
These ate set forth In tho report ol
youi tieasurer, Exhibit II. They havo
aggicgiited moie than was originally
estimated This, however. Is the his
tory ol all mill constitution and plan
tation enlargement lu this Teirltory
dining thu past two years The mill
also has taken longer to eiect Hut
this was owing to stress of circum
stances The output for the past two
bcasoiiB lurgel) oveirnu estimates, the
labor supply tins been scant; these
laige ciops had tn bo taken off; and
the new mill was of necessity delayed.
That Is thu entire pioposltlon In n
nutshell We 111 o now, however, at
I tho beginning of the end. At pieseut
writing theie remains one now II &
W. holler In piocesH of erection, with
one vacuum pan, 12 tanks and 20 ten
trirugulB to bo lemuvcd fiom thel?
picsent location and plated In their
new setting. It Is nil straight ahead
woik and. If labor Is then ohtnlnablu,
the e ..lire plant will be limning by
the nilddlo of next April.
Tne original ulne-ioller mill Is bo
11111 thiiioiighly lepnlied, the old lolls
nie iielng replaced by new ones, All
of the present mllllnc Is beli.c car.
lied on In the now section or tho fnc
toil, and Iheio will bo com1mr.1IU1.lv
little else to pay lor this coming enr
In pumnaent lmpiovements save tost
of iirccHon or the above mentioned ma
(l.lneilo, and ot the lemaludur of the
An cnthelj new village or camp sit-ps-ecl
a hair mile east or the mill 1ms
Inn completed durlnir the veni. nml
lumr-ea Live been added In other lo
c alltles hiilllc lent to uc commodate nil
luli'jKM lequlud on the plantation.
Tho lime bine shop equipment has
been incitased by 11 huge, heavy plan
et, another lathe, an oxtia it 1 1 11 pi ess
anil 11 luige-slzed pipe cutting and
thteudliig mac hlue. This with the for
n ei midlines Installed makes a com
plete plantation outfit In the caipen
tcr simp there hnvo been placed a
baud saw, ulso a pinner and mntchei.
I consider that theso new tools havo
alieady paid for their cost during tho
present mill construction.
Tor the benefit of emploes a con
densing apparatus lias been Installed
nt mill of Biifllclent capacity to supply
tho entire village nt tho factory with
illstllKI water This condenser Is
now In operation
In connection with this vitnl cities
ilon t Invite voitr attention to the
following compnilsoti of the cost of
stigei 1 ludtictlon between the jenrs
1899 and 1901.
Cost to Produce One Ton Sugar and
Net Proceeds at Mill.
Oencial Total Nt
Year. Expense. l.nbor.Cost. Proceed.
1899 .. . 13 07 12.59 20.20 72.08
1901 .. . 10.49 18.15 34.91 (51.03
It will be noticed that the expense
tor laboi has Jumped 50 per cent: that
material and general expenses have
advanced 20 per cent, nnd Hint the net
proc-eedB of sugnr have fallen 14 1-2
At present It Is gratifying to note
that the labor sltunnon Is easier thnn
It was during last )car and Hint the
pi Ice for labor bos dropped about IR
per cent Sugar In Its turn Is ngnln
Water Supply of the Walanae Moun
tain. Your company holds tho right under
lenso lo take water from the easterly
slopes, of this range. It would bo
well, piobnbly, nt some convenient
date, to havo surveys made to deter
mine the practicability and economy
of storing In leservolrs the storm wa
ters from this watershed ror the put
puses or Irrigation.
It Is a regrctablc Tact that a sue
eessrul inne loading machine Is not
yet In operation. Various devices
have been tried nnd abandoned, nnd.
so far, the severe labor of loading Is
nil done by hand. Nevertheless, the
time Is coming must come, when man
mil labor will be reduced In this de
partment. It may not he and prob
ably will not he In one Immediately
successful machine; but will lather
He lu a sciIcb of successful Ideas or
ndv'ances culminating In an eeunonu
cnl del lie or sjsteni.
In ordei to cheapen tne cost of lirl
Ration, the use of fuel oil to replnco
coal nt the pumping stations will. In
all likelihood, take place In the near
ruture. Approximately 11.000 tons of
coal were used In 1901 at the pump"
With the opening or Pearl Harbor the
cost of transportation of material nnd
iiiaiiiiinctiircd pioduct must of neces
slt be leduccd.
Of course the pi line factens In the
success of the sugnr business are cost
and price of sugar A low labor rate
nnd a high sugar late may cover a
multitude or errors Hut this comb!
nation hns gone: we nie facing very
depressed conditions, and the present
and probable fittuie conditions or the
stignt market demand tlgld econoinj
nnd the best tiinught.
In the Interest or economy the row-
mill xv III exercise a most Important in
iluence llrletly stnted. Its machinery
consists or 2 nlne-i oiler mills with
crushers and engines complete. 11 boll
eis of 2IO0 hoiBopower. 2 supei'ieat
eis. 24 settling, tanks 4 large vacuum
pans. 2 quadruple etlects 4a eenttllu
gals with engines anil pumps, 4H
eoftlcts on wheels, and 17 tanks of
750.000 gallons enpaclty Tor 4th su
gars, together with all accessoiles,
pumps engines, tanks, etc.
In the essentials In the actual 111a
chlnery necessary tor the economical
pioilnctlon of a laigo nimntllv of su
gnr. theie Is no mill In the Teirltory
which win surpnss the new Ewa in III:
nnd theie Is ample room In the stitie
title lor nn posslblo additions or
ihnnges which science may demand 111
With these lmpiovements the plan
tnthvii was never in a bettei condition
to face the present depression. The
mill will be able to wilng out the best
possible extinction Irom the cane and
woik Us Julie Into a pioduct with the
least possible loss And suielj ii I?
high time, with the nst amount of
mateilnl handled mutually at thle
place, that we leach out both for
these dellnlto souices of waste, and
these stinv percentages of sugar which
are classed as "undetwuiined" losses,
for out of these losses In field nnd
mill, thiough Insullicleut mnchlnery.
will como n substantial pottlon of fu
GEO. K. RENTON.
Applauso greeted the leading of
this report. .Mr. Dlcke) nsked Mr
Kenton II the lllcker cane loader had
lis yet been given u tilal ot Ewa. This
apparatus was at present being tried
on Maul, and, as he understood. It was
working successfully tnere Mr. Hen
ton replied that the mac blue had not
been tried 011 Ewa plantation as et,
as he was waiting to ascertain the re
sults of tho work em Maul. It was
moved und seconded that the niana
ger's icport bo nctepted and that a
vote ol thanks be tendered Mnuaiier
Ronton Tho motion passed uunni
V, A. llovven wanted to know when
the new mill would be In leadlncss.
Mr. Rcnton replied Hint It would be In
running older on May 1 or nrobnblv
even belore them If labor was mall
Chairman J. 13. Atherton stated thnt
tho ticasiirer's report would now bo
considered. This leport was not read
aloud as euch stockholder picsent linel
a printed copy. Tho memoranda of
tho manager were Heated In the
t-amo manner. In these memoranda
thu (list, tho field leport, gives 3014.95
acres total at aveiago of 10 89 tons
per title, amounting to 32,840.5025
tons for the crop of yenr 1901. 'ilia
eiop or 1902 with 3403.7 acres In total.
Is estimated to jleld 30,000 tons of
RUgnr. Tho eiop of 1903 with 3383.2
acics total has not been estimated.
Memorandum No. 2 contains thu
mill repoit. It states that dm Ing the
past yenr 279.797."55 tons of cano hnvo
bceyi ground In 257 days, making an
average -ii 1,088.71 tons of enno giound
per day. The total amount of sugar
iniinitfactiiiPil was 32.840.5025 tons, or
127.78 tons per day It also shows that
23174 pounds of sugnr weie maniifno
tnred per ton of cane.
Memorandum No. 3 gives the aver
ago cost per ton of sugar of eiop 1901,
1110 grand total showing that It cost
thu company $30 02 per ton.
In memorandum No 4 an Intel eating
tnblc of comparison of tho cost of
cultivation between plant nnd intoou
cane, eiop 1901, Is given.
Tho treasurers report eonslstB of
the following exhibits Exhibit A
gives tho expenditures for permanent
tinpiovtments for the jear 1901 It
gives the piopertles In total at $2,
.-'0 55913, tho amount oxpended dur
ing tho past year being $414 869(19.
The picsent balaneo Is '2,190,910 98.
ANOTHER WEEK OF
SHIRT WAISTS :: ::
WHITNEY & MARSH
1045 FORT STSEET.
The addition to permniunt Improve
iuents weie for materia! $"'i".0iu.S5
and for labor $111793.84
Exhibit n gives the operating ox
penses for the past jear as follownc
Total tor crop 1901 $1.185 417.14: for
crop 1902, $530,975.01, for eiop i903.
$253,740 16; and for eiop 1901, $547.03
Exhibit C gives the revenue ne count
for the past jear nnd also account of
profit and loss.
Exhibit it Is the balance sheet (con
densed). December 31st. 1901. It gives
the resources of the company ns $C,
388.09S.38 with tic liabilities: Castle
& Cooke. Ltd., agents. $382,019,50, un
paid drafts on agents, $003.83, unpaid
dividends. $19,027.00; unpaid Intel est
ou hoirds, $15.(100; peisonnl and trade
accounts $GP.3"0 5I; nggicgatlng to
Exhibit E gives n summary of re
eclpts and disbursements for the past
Mi. Dickey wanted to know If the
sin plus or $102,020.91 mentioned In
Exhibit D was available for dividends.
Mr. Iloweu answered saving thnt while
thnt sum was a Bin plus, still It was
not available for dividends, ns it was
tied up as could be seen fiom Exhibits
A nnd 11.
.1. I) Atherton stnted that the aiir-
plus was paid Into tho plantation and
If used fur dividend" would hnve lett
thu plantation $800,000 In debt Instead
of $100,000, He further stated that
nuws had been received by tho War
leu cit the sale of $130,000 woith of
surplus sugar, which was down in tnc
lepoit as unrepoitcd.
The leport of tho treasurer was
then unanimously ndopted.
Dividend Rumor Denied.
Chaliman Atheitnu wished to
state that he had heard that there
weie street rumors to the effect that
1111 dividends would be forthcoming
this eai. and that these minors l.au
caused people to come to him to In
quire about this Ho wished to state)
In this c ounce tlon that the stuckhold
eis tould nlvvnys get absolute lnfor
icatlon nt the olllee ol Castle & Cooke
and that In ease It was thought any
induction was to tube plate, this would
not be told to people individually but
would be given to all alike. It was
not probable tunt any reduction would
take place, tint, on tho other hand, ono
1 mild not be Infallible on account of
the fact that neither the prleo of su
gar nor the price or labor In tho fu
ture could ne known. It ceitalnly
made a good showing to bee that Hio
expiries lor 1 1, month 01 January or
tils year were $(,o,00o less than those
ot the same month of last year.
The 1 led Inn of directors followed
IJieiH vvnh nnio confusion owing to
the fnct H.nl C. M. Cooko and E. D.
Tennej weie nbscnt and that tempor
uy illiee-icirs hnd taken their places.
Dually W. H. Castle moved that the
lecictiiry be-, lnstiucted to cast a bat
let leu tne lollovvlng directors for the
entiling venr J. 11. Atheiton, Clar
ence II Cooke, W. V Allen. P. J
l.ovvrej nnd W. A. Uowon This was
The next older or business vvps the;
eonsldeilng of nn nppropilatlon lor
benevolent nnd moral purposes for
the coming .via The cliiilirnan staled
that ruling the past year $2000 had
been exj ended for the hospltaljind a
little over $2000 for kindergarten nnd
religious woik out of nn appionilatlon
or $5') Ki. Tho motion was unanimous
ly ( nrned that $2500 bo used for relig
ious Mid klrdTgarten woik, whllo the
hospllM expenses bo tranBfcricd to1
the general expense account.
W ., Row on gave notice that any
btociclioliler changing his placo ot
losldtnco should notify the trenauier
of the company thereof by postal taid.
J, II. Atherton remarked that ns
nil those ptesent weie stockholders of
the Apokna Sugar Company, of which
1. meeting was called for 10.30 0. tn.
of this day the stnekholdeis could If
inl was their pleasure, hold thu meet
ing then and theie, or leave action
to the directors. It was decided to
toko tho latter couise ami tho meeHIng
.Mniuma, vvneic do eggs come
"Chickens, my dear." '
"Well, that's funny I'npa days that
chickens come from tggi."
WANTED Five or Blx-ioom eottnge,
with bath, lu good locnllty Addtess
T II llulletln olllee. 2082-1 w
us do your bookkeeping -and
oiir collections Satisfaction
guntantted Mentis given us secuilty
C. E. MOORE & CO.,
2082 2vv 10 Mclntjic Hloek
NEW - TO-DAY
M the adjourned annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Hawaii Mill
Company, Limited, held at the ofTlcu
of 11. Hackfeld Co, Ltd., Honolulu,
on Wednesdaj-, February 20, 1902, tho
lollowlng officers were elected to serve
during the ensuing year:
J. F. Hackfeld President
H. A. Isenberg... Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
Armln Haneberg Auditor
the above officers also constituting tho
Uparjl of Directors,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, TIRST
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers In me Matter of tho Es.
late of William Mejer, lato of Hono
lulu Oahu, deceased, Intestate. Pe
tition having been filed by Theodora
Mej'er, widow of said Intestate, prnj'
Itu that Lettets of Administration
upon said estate be Issued 10 Cecil !
Utovvn notice Is Iieieby given that
FRIDAY, the 11th day ot APRIL. A., For full particulars apply at tho of
D. 1902. at 10 o clock a. m.. In tho flee of tho RIsliOD Estate. 77 Merchant
juuiciary uiiiiuing, Honolulu, is np-
pointed tho tlmo and placo for hear
ing said petition, when and where all
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, If any they have, why
said Petition should not bo granted.
Honolulu, Oahu, February 27, 1902.
Dy the Court.
J. A. THOMPSON.
Cecil Drown. Attorney for Petitioner.
2032 Feb 28; Mar. 7, 14, 21.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of a uertes ol
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted for
the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be preventej In Engish by Native
iiawnuniiH. a Mello-urama in two
acts, entitled :
The Lady ol The Twilight
New Scenes 1 New Costuinesl New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
! IcMlastlc Sceneries have been sne-clallv
specially designed and palntfd for both
MIND READER, HYPNOTI8T
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER
TAINMENi OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MYSTERY AND IL
LUSIONS, A88I8TED BY
Warren the young Mormon Wizard,
King of the Handcuffs and a company
of Clover Performers.
. An Entertainment lo Please All.
Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable,
Koserved sents now on sale.
Notice Is hereby given that, during
my absence fiom Honolulu, Dr Doug
las, No, 50 Vlneyaid street, will attend
to my practice
CHAS. A, PETEIISON, M D.
February 25th, 11)02. 2081-3t
Get your orders In for the special
Industrial edition. The second edition
Is now ready for distribution. Price
65 Queen St.
Lease ofTaro Land
ON SATURDAY, MARCH Ist,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, G5 Qucon street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Dernlco P. Illshop, tho lease
of that valuable taro land situate at
Kaahaukukul, Pauoa Valloy, and con
taining an area of 8 35-100 crcs.
Term of lease, 15 years from April
Subject, however, to a tennntcy for
one j-ear from April 1, 1902, for tho
purpose of harvesting tho present
growing crop of taro.
Upset net annual rental, $000, pay-
able nuarterlv In advance.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE J)F LAND.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH Ist,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under the
will of RcrnJco P. Rlshop, tho lcaso of
that valuable land known as Pima 1st,
sltuato at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing on area of 859 acres.
Term of lease, 2i-years from May
Upset net annual rental, $500, pay
able quarterly In advance
For full particulars apply at the of
fice of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jae. F. Morgan,
6p Queen St