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'KVKNINO DULLBT1N. HONOLULU. H, T., SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1902.
Situations ond Help Wanted
wanted rosltlon by man now
trkvollng dry goods anil lints In
Isl&ad trade; similar position, or
will consider another lino; good
taaso for desiring change; refer
ences. Address, Drummer, Uulletln
WANTED Situation as maid or seam' I WANTED German girl to do general
streca In prlvato family by an Eng I household work and care for chll
ll&fc etrl. Address M. S, this oHIpu. dren. Mary, Uulletln offlce.
2077-lw J 20G2
WAMTED Position to do general .
houiework on caro for children. Ad-!
drqu Qlrl, this offlco. 207B-lw
WANTED Young man wants work
of any kind; experienced waiter and
porter. V. A. J this office.
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ty m Iltock SUS2SW
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t any amount for the man holding
position as guardian, postolTlco offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Heaolulu Investment Co. 2o:l-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Exorcss Co. has WHITE SAND FOR t
WANTED He- or hlx-room cottage.
with bath. In good loeality Address
T. II, Uulletln offlce 2US2 lw
WANTED To buy Hue leghorn rom-
torn. Address J. .1. C , this offlce.
WANTED A furnished cottage. Ail
dress A. It., this offlce. 2u7! tt
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marino Insurance Co.
otice is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 500 men to shave for loc.
JelTs, 43 King St.; five white bar
kery 201 1-tf
TO LET Six-room cottage or Fort
aud School Apply next ilnoi on , dress R. M. Duncan, nt Uulletln of
Furt jiiKMwi flee. 1991-tf
TO LET a-room. 2 story house. 10
inlnutcs' wall, from I' ().. ImiIi eti
Two roomed cottage on pn nilses, ,
rool, pleasant locality Addiess II V
I lain of lice. 2s:l lw
to LET One largo double toonr al
bo one single room; good location,
ou rnr line near Thomas Square. 11.,
lluiii-lln office. 201-lw
FOR RENT Suite of looms over
Washington Mercantile Co.; $23 per
month, possession .March 1st. Ap
ply A Harrison Mill Co., Ltd . or
Krcil L. Waldron, room 3, Sprockets
TO LET Five room cottage off Wnl
klM road between Hopklus anil
Illshup switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 20G 1-tf
iO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin-1
glo or en suite, llrst-class tahloj
board, hot nnd cold water, electric,
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs. :
McConneVs, Garden lane. 2055-tf.
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public; marriage licenses.
Iloom 11, Magoon Bldg,
F. M. BROOKS ..ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckcls bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 16 Kaa
humanu St ; Tel. 81 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney -ut-Law,
169 Kaahumanu St.
3ARDNER K. WILDER Attorncy-at-law;
I. U. LONG Offices 3-33 Campbell'
bldg.; Tel, Main 278, I.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Sprockets bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St, opp.
Pacific Club: sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ore and Builders; llo8 Union St.
N. K. OT8UK A Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons; oxcavat
lag, filling and curbing; stono and
brick; ballasting nnd cement walks;
Room 4, Arlington Hotel; Tel, Main
' HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
CLOTHh.G. Fort St., near KukuI Groceries,
THE KASH CO., LTDTwo store """ n"d Tobaccos.
SS-rf Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel, j, E, GOEA3 Boretanla near Emma
...,. : St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
---- S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
rACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. VnIty; 712 Fort St., Orphcum blk.;
Sine carriages, wagons, harness Tel. C81 Bluo.
and whips; Berotanla near Fort St. '
r: F AVEIROS arocerles; Beretanla,
CIQAR8 AND TOBACCO. Walklkl of Emma St.
ELkS BUILDING, C16 Miller Street. HORSE-SHOEING.
CONVEYANCING. CITY 8HOEING 8HOP J. W. McDon-
-..... ,..,.., . nld. Fort St.. opp. Club Stnblos.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason-
a-te. Room 10 Mclnt,yre Block. HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
Bend the weekly edition or the Bui- nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O.
letln to your friends. Only 91 a year. box 322.
Ads. will bo Inserted I'RIiC.
SALESMEN WANTED To Bell our
goods by sample to wholesale and
retail trado; wo aro the largest and
only manufacturers In our lino In tho
world; liberal salary paid. Address
Can-Dex Mfg. Co., Uuffalo, N. Y.
TO LET Three handsomely furnish
ed rooms; now home. 1325 Uere
taala, cor. KoeaumoAU. '
TO LET Newly furnUhed nlry suite;
tablu board Is desired. 141 Ilcrctama
Are. 2073 It
TO LET Cottages off L.hool St. nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and $17. On lneano
Asylum road, (12.50 and $6.50. P.
E. It. Strauch, 32 Campbell block,
31C Fort t. 2031.2m
TO LET Cottage, Cottage drove,
Klag St. Enquire No. 8 cottage.
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all 'at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.;
six rooms; modern Improvements;
520. Honolulu Investment Co., Judd
Bl . , , . , r,
FOR SALE A lady s Columbia blcy-
cle In good condition
house from Alapal.
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for t,ev
en room hoii3e, with privilege of
renting, leaving city; no reasonable
offer tefuscd. Call third house from
Alapal on Klnau. 2081-tf
FOR SALE A light surrey, cut under,
complete with rurtalns, shaft nnd
pole, very cheap; account of leav
ing city. Address M. If., this office.
FOR SALE Fine Jersey row; Just
lalved. Apply to Lewis & Co.
FOR SALE Very old lapa quilt, aUo
very old calablshes, some unpolish
ed. Address '.., this office. 4stf
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horse
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. II., Uulletln.
FOR SALE Coral rock for Milne. Ad
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
LOST l'ocketbook containing sum of
money, Monday night; $30 rewnrd If
leturncd to this office. 2080-lw
LOST Black puise with wntch and
two Leys. Suitable roward if n
turned to the Bulletin offlce. ris-1 v
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to hnvo Btock
Diuui-ii-im iiiBiucu. jiunoiuiu in
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest flro Insuranco companies.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plato glass at Tlfo Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
DR. ALBERT E. NICH..S Dentist;
1154 Alakea St.; offlco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort nnd Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 46 Derctnnla St;
offlco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; offlco, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving nnd
stamping; room 2, i...te bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverlcy blk.; Tel.
621 Bluo; pkgs. called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago expresi
nnd drayage; Tel. Whlto 921.
DAMIEN COUWCIL No. 563 Young
' Men's Institute, meets every second
i nnd fourth Wednesday In the month.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8HOP Port
St., opp. Club Stables; t. O. box 731.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Kort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
nt tho l'ANTIIKON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Dorcta.
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakea St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, I.ovo bldg., Kort St.
HAWLEY'3 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Doston
bldg.; Tel. 264 Main.
MRB. HANNA Fort St. next to Love
bldg.; choice line of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Iluttcrlck
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso nnd
Thoat: offlce at Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODGINS Eyo. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakea
St., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAV, M.D., CM.
-520 Beretanla Ave.; Tel. Illuo 3551.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Rcretanla Ave.; Tel. Wuo 821.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections n
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. P0UL8EN minting nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King St.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots anJ
residences for salo; 307 Stnngcn
wnld bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. O. SILVA Agent for real cstnto.
also to grant marriage licenses;
68 Mcrchnnt St.: Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. t tno PANTHEl
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Knahumanu SL
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nit
uanu. Felt, straw, panama lints
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and ro
pairing; Elks bldg, (JIG Miller St.
GROTE 4 CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Wntch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Witch Case
CO., KSTAIiUSIII-D I13J
America's Oldest and
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I'or miiIo toy
The Principal watch
Dealers In Hawaii
Seattle and Tacoma
8. S. OREGONIAN, 6000 tons, to sail
8. S. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
For further particulars apply
II, HACKFELD & GO,, Agents,
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Trumbull & Beebe's
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Beautifully Illustrated catalogue
mailed free on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE
SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN.
419-421 Sansome St.
San Francisco, California.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS III
We will Buy or Bell Real Estate In
all pnrts of tho group.
We Will Sell Pronortles nn nnnanri.
10 WEST KINO 8TREET.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
in tho store formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.
Wtai-i - j. 1) -Mit. .M-aMM '.
At a meeting of the Knhukti Planta
tion Co. yesterday nfternoon nt tlio
offices of Alexander & Baldwin, tho
old board of officers was re-elected nnd
tho reports of the officers received.
The manager's report, In part, was as
"The past year mas a very difficult
ono on account of tho scarcity of field
laborers. I am pleased to report that
we have taken oft the largest crop that
Kahuku has milled thus tar, namely,
7083 tons, of which 7072 were bagged,
and 11 tons remained In mill tanks.
The 1898 crop was slightly over 7000
tons, but It must be remembered that
the Wnlattia crop of nearly 2000 tons
Is included In that figure, while th
1901 crop was cntliely from our own
fields and Laic.
"Thus far tho quality of the Juice li
better than that of January nnd Feb
ruary last, and the field is yielding the
"The 1901 milling season lasted Into
the early part of October, for from May
on, labor was very short In the cutting
field, and the mill could be kept going
but irregular. The I.nle crop for 1901
was unusually large, being 1S93 tons.
"Planting was begun In May, and
we continued planting with 'lalas' and
tops right along without Interfering
with the grinding. Tho planting was
finished on October 31, when wo had
planted Gl ncrcs of old land In field one
cast, and 557 acres of (he new land
that Is Irrigated by the new Rlcdler
"All tho pump stations are running
In good shape, nnd no repairs of any
magnitude will be necessary there for
"Two twelve-Inch flowing wells have
been obtained, hcslilc tho Blake pump,
and they will serve to Irrigate a fur
ther area of the low lands with the
natural (low. There are now ocr 400
ncres of cane land that can he Irrigat
ed by flowing welts, 300 acres of which
Is the best of soil, and about 100 acres
Is sandy, but raises fair crops.
"Tho 1902 crop I estimate nt C020
"It may be noted that the Lale crop
for 1902 will bo about half as large
as that for 1901.
"All of the fields of plant cane anil
rntoons for the 1903 crop are being cul
tivated by contract cultivators, which
places the 1903 crop on n comparative
ly safe basis.
"There remains only the record of
the work for the month of December
to add to the report of my predecessor,
Mr. W. A. Baldwin. During the month
we finished taking off fields No. 7 and
No. 11, nnd arc now grinding the tan
from field No. 1 west. Tho yield from
the first named two fields was slightly,
below the estimate. There Is ever
prospect, however, that the yield from
field No. 1 west, will he abovo the esti
mate of seven tons of sugar per arrc.
This field was cultivated by a profit
sharing company unilei contract, aud
was regularly Irrigated nnd carefully
Btrlpped. The cane Is pinctlcally free!
from borcr.and Is In excellent condi
tion. Tho absence of borer may be I
nuriiimeii partly to me met that the
cane is only sixteen months old, but
tho value of tho quality of work per
formed by the profit Bharlng company
Is worthy of great emphasis. Tool
much stress cannot be placed upon the'
liminrtnnce of strlnnlni. thn pnnn nui
ono of tho preventatives of the ravages
of the borer, let alone Its value in al
lowing tho cane to ripen. In this con
nection. It may be worthy of note that
In tho contracts under which tho profit
sharing companies work It Is expressly
stipulated that the cane must be strip
ped. I may also state thai through Hit
efforts of Mr. Baldwin in making the
profit system popular nt Knhuku, cv
every acre of cane for the crop of 1901
Is let out to profit sharing companies,
so that the cultivation of thlj crop W
"I'p to date wo have shlppc! 12.10
tons of sugnr of the crop of 1902."
The gross earnings of (ho plantation
for tho year were JI48.42C.07; net earn
ings, $103,390; net profits catrkd to
surplus, J103.143.84 ;operntln; expen
ses, J333.03C.07 ;resources, JI,023,tiS5.
11. The yield per acre, tons of sugar,
was 329.C plant cane, old laud, 0.1247 ;
91,9 plant cane, new land 7.40; 390 long
rntoons, 4.134; 417.3 short vatouns,
Tho nuw clerk called for a nu.nber
of thu telephone.
"Oo! Ouo-ogoo-oo!" enmo tho re
"What In tho deuco Is that?" ho ask
ed, staring blankly around.
"Oh. that's the telephone girl with
n moutkful of hairpins telling you that
the lino Is In use," explained tho old
clerk. Chicago News.
He A woman Is never satisfied
when bIic's out with other women un
less sho has fine clothes.
Sho Wrong! Sho wants flner
tlothcB. Philadelphia l'ress.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kftry VI nd of drafiirftai and rtlfllrult liriir
I it V ran ho rurrtl lj-our now InTeiitluni nnl
thoie htiTinir been bom Maf aro tncti ruble. iUr
lii ChHrnrceanout mirt-, Hend partlcuiftriHbm
your caio. OmiuUnUoii and ndvlco fi r, Kirr
one can cure tunnelf a hi. own borne at r
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC.
58H Lmalle Aenuc OIIICAIIO. !M... I' A
Luke F. LeDlond, Chas. M. LeDlond
ALL COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AT
OFFICE Severaneo llulldlng.
TKL, 144. HII.O, HAWAII.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property nnd residences
Dulldcrs will do well to consult Dow
ers In regard to watchmen.
Office and Residence, School 8treeL
P. O. Box 284; Tel. Whits 3691.
It Was Decided to Feel
Pulse of Party
PUTTING MAN IN FIELD
To Run For Vacant Places in Legis
lature Committee Wants
County and Municipal
The meeting of the District Commit
tee of the Fourth District Republican
party, held In headquarters yesterday
nfternoon. was one of the quietest con-
entlnus that haB been held for a long
tlmo nnd yet there was a great deal
(.cco.npllshcd nnd It was plainly shown
that the Fourth District Committee
members nre divided on the matter of
placing a candidate in the llekl to run
Icr the sent In the Legislature of tho
Territory left vacant by tho death of
Archibald Clllflllan. However, no one
seemed to care to force his opinions
and n compromise was finally uucon
t cloiihl leached by the passago of a
motion to the effect that tho ehnlr ap
point a committee of live members to
leel tho pulse of the Fourth District
v.itli relerence to tho matter of n car.
dlilate and to report nt a meeting to he
held on Monday afternoon next.
Mthough thu meeting had been call
ed for 3:30 o'clock. It was not until a
iinlf-hour or ho after that time that the
chairman rapped for order, this on ac
count of the taidy anlval of the
members. When Chairman Iloyd final
ly called the meeting to order. It was
found that the following were pres
ent: J. II. Iloyd. J. II. Fisher. Chns.
Wilcox, L. II. Wolff, Dr. Waldo Uur
ees, Samuel Johnson. J. ICeohoklt,
J. M. Ken, Senator Clarence Crnbbo,
C. 11. Wilson, Andrew Diown, A. V.
(Jcnr. .1. D. McVeigh and Wm. II. Co
ney. Col. J. Wnlter Jones was pres
ent by proxy.
The chnlr Introduced as the first
business the letter Irom the Central
Committee of the Republican party in
which It, Instructs the district commit
tee to nominate a 'aiullilate to run
for the vacant scat In tho LcglslutUie,
However, before proceeding with the
ronsldcratlon of this matter, Chairman "iK committee was then appointed by
Iloyd stated ho wished to resign as the chair J. II. Fisher, Andrew
thu chairman of tho committee. He Drown, Dr. Wnldo Uurgess, J. D. Me
stated that holding tho position which Velgh and J. ICeohoklt. Their report
he illil, he should not lie at the head
of tho committee. Ho honed tho com
mittcc would recognize tho roisnus
why ho wished to resign. Ho would
remain n member of the body nnd
would he able to do Just as much
work for the party In a minor rapac-
On motion of Dr. Durgcss the resig
nation of Mr. Iloyd was accepted. The
name of Col. J. II. Fisher was tho first
mentioned to fill the vacancy, but that
gentleman absolutely ueellned to serve
nn account of his being the secretary
of tho "territorial committee. Andiuw
Drown then nominated A. V. Gear,
'tno nominations were then closed and
Mr. Gear was unanimously elected tho
chairman of tho committee.
Upon tho suggestion or Mr. Doyd
that there was a clause In the com
muntentlon of tho Central Committee
referring to county nnd municipal gov
crnment. Senator Ciabhu moved that
the platform of tho last convention lie
adopted by the committee with the
amendment demanding that n system
of country nnd municipal government
bo provided for by the next Legisla
ture. Tho platform of tho convention
reads "as soon as practicable.'
Senator Crabbo HaluMhat the tlmn
had come when n decided stand must
bo taken on tho country and munici
pal issue. Ho hail spoken with a
number of Home Rulers and they hnd
stated that such u plank would bo In
After considerable discussion, dur
ing which Mr. Iloyd raised tho ques
tion that thu committee could hardly
pledge tho next convention and the
next Legislature, the motion of Sen
ator Crabbo carried.
The chair next announced thnt tho
committee would proceed to the nomi
nation or a man to run ror the Legisla
ture according to tho special election
proclamation of the Governor. Mr.
Wilson said that be To re proceeding
with this business It might be well rot
tho committee to consider whether or
no It was the proper thing to nominate
n man, Ho wished to hear tho opin
ions of the members ns to whether tho
Republicans of tho Fourth Dlstilrt
should mnke n llgnt. Was there any
thing to be gained by making n fight?
Would nny prcstlgo bo forfeited If It
wns decided not to fight?
Dr. Durgess stated that he had been
talking to a man very prominent in
politics nnd ho had said that tliu
fight would cost a lot of money and
no good would result thorefrom. Thorn
would not bo nu extra Bcsslon of the
Leglslntme and It would bo the lest
ng to sao men aud monoy for tho
next regular election Instead of wast
ing them In n special election. In his
opinion, it would be best to let tho
w.iolo thing go by tho board. Dr.
Uurgess stated that this was also his
opinion. - eio was no use whatever
going Into a useless fight.
-enator CiabbiMalil that he too had
..i a talk with a piomlucnt business
man and n lirothe: Keintor, nnd that
ho had expressed the same opinion.
In fact, ho said that Ir tho Republicans
of the Fourth Dlstilei decided to put a
man In th field, he bo d d ir he
would put up a cent. Senator Crabbn
said ho did not feel that wnv at nil. If
the Republicans ()f tho Fourth District
wlBhed to preBoro tho prcstlgo of tho
Republican party, they must put a can
didate In the field. To let tho thing
go by the board would simply mean
thnt the Hume Itulers would come nut
In the next election with tho cry thnt
thu Republicans had been nfiald to
run n man ngalnst another from the
ranks of thu natives, mis would be
sure to have an effect on tno Hawaiian
voto which would be felt at tho next
At this point In the pioceedlngH Mr
Iloyd moved that a committee of II vo
- . !
0 Tslaklllh.d 17S0. V.
r-or eating-, drlnklccsnd cooklnff.
renx, delicious, irtmunocs.
bo appointed to feel tho pulse of tho
nenuhllcans of the Fourth District
nnd to ascertain whether or no they
wished to put a man In tho field. They
could report at a meeting to bo held
Mr. Fisher stated that while ha
might favor an adjournment until
Monday afternoon In order to glvo a
committee tlmo to cxamlno tho feel
ing of the Fourth District, ho felt that
tho directions from tho Central Com
mittee were mandatory and that theso
should he carried out. Tho man put
up by the lleputltcnns should bo In ev
ery way tho representative of tho peo
plo of the wholo Island. No ono could
foresee the future and It might bo
necessary for tho Republicans to l'.nvo
every man possible In the Legislature.
There might bo hills passed that would
ho vetoed by the Governor and it
would then be necessary for tho He-
publicans to have every available man
in the ranks of tho legislators.
Mr. Fisher went on to say that ho
was very sorry tnat tho Governor had
seen fit to call tho special election,
but since this had been done, tl.ero
was nothing left hut to tight. The
Republicans had no right to let tho
election go by the board. There had
been those who had stated that they
would not put up for election ex
penses, "Very well," snld Mr. Fisher,
"tho only thing for us to do is to fight
anyway and If wo aro defeated, then
tho defeat will not be on us but on
the peoplo who would not put up the
money." However, ho was content to
allow the matter to go over until Mon
day If such was the will of tho com
mittee. Tho motion of Mr. Iloyd for the ap
pointment of a committee was then put
I and carried unanimously. Tho follow-
win ue maue .Mouuay
Tho next matter to bo brought un
before the committee was tho filling
of vacancies. It was announced by the
secretary that A. I. OllUUan nnd Da
vid Nnlioolowa had both died tlnco
the last meeting of tho committee had
been held and that Geo. F. McLcod
had left the city to tako up his per
manent residence on the Coast.
Mr. Fisher came forward with a
brilliant Idea which was received
amidst great laughter although It was
perfectly sound. He proposed and
moved thnt Messrs. Drown and Lorrln
Andrews, who had been endowed with
only a half a vote aptocc, bo given full
votes, thus necountlng lor one of the
vacancies. The motion carried unani
mously and tho chair announced that
.Messrs. Drown and Andrews had been
made full men.
Tho consideration of tho other two
vacancies was continued over until
tho meeting Monday afternoon as the
sentiment was expressed at tho meet
ing by C. D. Wilson and others that
tho labor men should bo consulted as
to a man from their ranks to fill one
of tho vacancies. They had mado ad
vances and had asked that they
might bo represented on tho commit
tee. This was looked upon most fav
orably by tho committee, as tho labor
voto is one that will have a telling
effect In tutui o elections.
The meeting thercuopn adjourned
until Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
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Receiver Wundenbcrg of tho Kona
Sugar Co, made the following report
to tho court yesterday afternoon on his
Honolulu, T. H Feu. 28, 1902.
Hon. A. S. Humphreys, First Judge,
First Circuit Court;
Dear Sin Last week 1 visited tha
Kona Sugar Company's property situ
ated at Kallua, Hawaii, In company
with Mr. Georgo Itobcrtson, of Brewer
& Co., nnd mado a thorough Investi
gation and Inspection of the property,
from which I have reached tho follow
1. I Ond tho climatic conditions of
Kona very favorablo for the cultiva
tion of sugar cane; largely owing to
tho fact that the rains, which usually
fall In othcr'placcs during tho winter
months, In this section fall In tho sum
mer months, during tho period of tho
growing cane, nnd In tho winter
months, when tho cano Is being har
vested, it Is comparatively dry.
2. Tho land, to nil appearances,
would indicate that cane could not bo
grown on the same, but tho fact re
mains that excellent cane Is now grow
ing on the place, than which it Is hard
lo find any better anywhere.
3. One of the reasons for tho present
financial difficulties of tho company Is
largely owing to tho criminal wasto
and poor Judgment exercised In plant
ing cano in sections at too high an al
titude for tho proper growth of tho
4. Tho method employed of making
contracts with planters and allowing
them to draw largely In ndvance of
what was coming to them before tho
crop was harvested has resulted In
placing the compnny entirely at tho
mercy of Its labor.
6. Very poor Judgment has been ex
ercised In tho matter of the mill; It
being nothing more nor less than
pieces picked up from here nnd there,
all of which have cost more In the
long run than a complcto new mill
would have cost, without being nbU
to give any satisfactory results.
Hut In tho face of all these condi
tions, I think that If BUfilclcnt funds
could be found available to harvest tho
present crop of 1902, and also that of
1903, a net tonnage of at least 7000
tons could be had in tho next 16 or 18
months, as can bo seen by the statis
tics hereto attached.
Receiver Kona Sugar Co.
Crop of 1902, say 3000 tons
Cost of completing railroad C0,000 00
Cost of conveyance to mill
of cane estimated at 30,000
tons at $1 30,000 00
Coat of manufacture and
bags 20,000 00
Cost of wire cable to arrive. 8,000 00
Salaries now due (Jan. 31
1002) 4,030 00
Labor now due to men em
ployed direct by the com
pany 12,000 00
Labor now duo to planters
for crop of 1S02, to Jan,
31. 18,000 00
Labor advances for crop of
1903 42,000 00
Maintenance of stables, say
10 months, nt $1,000 .... 10,000 00
Salaries say 10 months .... 10,000 00
Incidental expenses 15,000 00
Total $229,050 00
Crop of 1903, say 400 tons
Cost of conveyance to mill of
cano estimated at 40,000
tons at $1 $ 40,000 00
Cost of manufacture and
bags 25,000 00
Salaries for six months at
$1140 per month G,840 00
Rents 12,000 00
Maintenance of stnblcs at
$1000 per month, say Bcven
months 7,000 00
Incidentals 15,000 00
Total $103,840 00
Total receipts from crop of
1902 and 1903. 7,000 tons at
58 $386,000 00
Total expenses taken off crop
1902 and 1903 331,890 00
Total $ 51,110 00
All through the grinding season
there will bo plenty of cane tops for
feed, which will greatly rcduco the tost
Of maintaining the stables.
Tho crop of 1903. !f started to take
off In January, will be off by June 30.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
Cn liav, Walklkl for town al 5 41. 6.1 a, 6.41 a.m.
injavary i, minute, thereafter III m:aa, 11:1, and
l-asP.M. Item Waiklkl rtoUl Punahou Sublet.
Carl leave R Range or Pawaa filtch lor town at
; "V " 'rr5 minuiea in. reaner tin itxap.H
Can leave Fc.it and King atreelt corner lor t'alama
jtj.io A. and every 11 mlnutei alter till ii:ij
Care leave lor Palama only at j and j:)o A M
are leave Palama loe Walklkf j 41AM. and every
.e mlnutei till 0 a, m. then at o:i, and loajp.M.
.l,,,,!,,., '" Palama lir Punahou only roei
to WalkUl 00 Saturday! .
Can leave Fori and King itneti corner lot Klfle
Range at , an and -to A.M.
Can leave Fort and King itreell corner lor Walklkl
el 0 05 A.M. and eveiy ij mlnulet till to.ojp. M, thf n at
io:tandiiw,pi. The it:,, p.m. goal to Walklkl
n Saturdayl only,
BERBTANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY.
Can leave Puninou Stable lor Town at t:i. and
lor Town and Valley at 3 40 j 50 6:10 V 6 40 7 and
Can leave Oahu College lor town and Valley at
O'jo o.jo anlTlioA.M and ever) tomlnulei till 10.10
P.at. eacerMha even hour and hall, hour can which
run Irom the Stable
Can leave Nuuanu Valley at O'io 6.10 6.50 a.m and
every 10 mlnutei thereafter till 10 o p.m.
Can leave Fort and Queen itreell for Punabou
College al oj 6 jj I 4, a m and every 10 mlnu-ei
alter till ,-4 J P.M. AUer that the can run to the
Stable up to iitur. M.whicii It the linear from Town,
reaching the Stable at uijo p.m. '
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For Bxcursl ns '
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chanco Is offered for
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