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AMERICAN FORESTRY; A NEW CAREER
By J. RUSSELL SMITH, In The Forum.
Tlio young forester lias prospects ol i turn In the fall to make out their re
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, -1 cceds, mat or llie college proiessor, i.rt ui our ijocrumnr.i .or1? win or
WALLACE H. FAHIUNUTON. .Editor' and the location of hi home will stationed In various parts of the. West
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prnses less than those of the teacher
Within n decade, he may bo In the mi-
ty In public forestry,
Another class of position will be with
ploy of a Yallroad company, and have ( the lumber and papor companies, From
charge of ninny pieces of woodland. all sections of the country these com
which he will he able to reach easily bj panics arc inquiring Into the methods
rail He may secure n position as a of conservntlNc forestry; and, ns has
State forester, or ns a member of a been shown, some nrc already employ-
State corps. This Is n promising Held. Ing foresters while others will prob-
Poatoffloo Ilox 71S
Several of our forested States nre com
lng Into the possession of nbandoned
stump lands: nnd the care of them re
quires a forester who can supervise
the work, look nfter the public Inter
ests and disseminate Information
among the people. The S'-ite of New
York Is even buying up hundreds ol
square miles of woodland to mJd to 113
forest reserve. The United Stites Gov- !
eminent has n constantly Increasing '
need of men. The public holding aie
tremendous. For each of the last tbtcti
years the forestry appropriation litis
been doubled, and the work that ts be
ing done for the private citizen li
growing as rapidly as nre the appro
priations. These Government forojl
crs arc In attendance In the department
nt Washington during the winter, but
with the coming of sprlrnr they rri
scattered throughout the Unite.' States.
They go to the woods of New England,
of the South, nnd of the West, and re-
Hajtl has had another revolution
that lusted but an hour. Haytl has
the revolution business down to a Una
If Andrew Carnegie really has $20,
000,000 with which" to buy the Philip
pines, there arc mighty few Americans
who will object to tho sale.
Richard Croker is reported to ngnln
be on his way to New York to assume
the control of Tammany. Only the
lloss can do no wrong and keep tho
peace In the Tammany family.
With a full complement of fire
Works guaranteed there ought to bo
no difficulty In filling In the remaining
essentials of an appropriately uproari
ous Fourth of July celebration.
Tho upshot of the discussion on this
merits of Olaa and hwn mills seems
to be that Ewa Is a banner plantation,
while Olaa is hard to beat, and tlio
Bugar-makers of Hawaii don't tako
dust from any cane-sugar section of
ably follow tlielr example. Tho men
so employed will spend n large part ol
the time In tho forests under their care;
but In the winter season some of them,
busy with their ofllcc work, will be lo
oted for a few months In the town or
city headquarters of their corporation.
This will enable their children to have
the advantage of better schooling thnn
that afforded by a paper factory town
or a sawmill town.
Wherever he mny be, the nerogo
American forester during the next thir
ty jcars will have a very different task
from that of his European counterpart.
In Europe everything Is carefully
worked out and reduced to system. Tho
forests nre cropped ns regularly and as
methodically as a farm. One forest
crop Is followed by another In regular
rotation, and every phase of the ques
tion Is definitely known nnd recorded In
a forester's manual. In America the
Held still Ilea open for original work.
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NO CU1SAN PAVOI18.
of our commerce. It is nn old and
significant proery that "chickens con.t
home to roost," and If wc nrc forced tu
build the coops for the brood resulting
from a too drastic exclusion policy nnd
nourish it nt our own expense, wc must
do It gracefully nnd without complaint.
The Cuban tariff concession situa
tion does not clarify ns promised. Cu
ba's chances for obtnlning favors fivm
this Congress are growing beautifully
less, nnd nil the pressure the adminis
tration can bring to bear seems of no
nall. When the beet sugar Btalwarts
took the bit In their teeth nnd over
rode the administration tho radical ac
tion so distressed the party manngcia
that for a time there seemed to he a
sentiment that the House members did
not fully realize whnt they had done,
nnd would, under tile "kindly attention
of tho Senate, think over Ihclr rash
deed mid fnll Into line. licet sugar
Senntors appeared to bo weakening
and "some sort of relief legislation"
was confidently promised.
As time goes on the beet sugar stal
warts, far from repenting, arc using I
every enorcv In strencthonlnir their , while tho JoS lasts,
lines to send Cubnn tnrlff relief to a
speedy plgeon-holo death. For a tlmo
there was a prospect of whipping tho
stalwarts Into shape by an attempt to
place upon them tho responsibility of
holding up canal legislation. They
hnve evaded this charge by practically
guaranteeing the paesago of the canal
bill. They have met the ndmlnlstra-
I tlon forces at every point nnd outgen
The Advertiser nccuscs tho Hllo Trl
bunejf "hugging Haltering unction to'
its soul." Well, nt such u game, which
must be cten moro modern than thai
ping pong crn7t tho Tribune will un-
ucrinKu to acquit useit ns well as did
the Advertiser when It tackled the
Volcano road. If tho Advertiser will
repair tho OIna road at Smith's esti
mate of $10 per mile, tho Tribune will
furnish unction for the contractor
There Is every reason to believe that
the silk Industry can be made a sue-1 .... .... . . ...
. , . ,. , crated them, It tho dispatches tell a
Cess In these Islands, If some of our . . , -
business leaders are able to recover
Ab to Dole's endorsement having
strings to It tho ribbons nro nothing
more nor less than tho meek, but
doubtless sincere, willingness of Gov
ernor Dole to adopt Roosevelt's su
preme riuc, "fair piny." In his official
conduct for tho next two years. Thorn
Is already unmistakable evidence In
Hllo that Governor Hole began his
"fair play" program before ho started
homo from the East. He lenrned the
from a state of sugar Intoxication long
enough to deal with the Industry In a
Richmond Pearson Hobson Is report
ed to have accepted a position In the
(shipyard of Lewis Nixon. Doth Hob
son and Nixon hnvo swung around tlio
circle of bidding for popular favor.
Hobson has been kissed and Nixon
kicked. There Is no doubt about tlielr
ability to build ships, nnd their deci
sion to stick strictly to business Is un
doubtedly a wlso one.
Captains of Industry arc all right,
but the city that can boast of a strong
element of Intelligent workmen, skill
cd mechanics aud professional engl
ncss is better assured of solid prog
ress than the community that counts
Its millionaires. Tho frugal homo of
tho unassuming workman docs mora
for the stability nnd advancement of
tho nation than ull the social glamor
and tinsel that wealth can always
truo story. l inir piay idea in nuout tour hours
The latest club brought Into tho consultation with tho President. Tho
fight is the thrcnf that an attempt to Advertiser Is probably as fully inform-
force the Cubnn hill will be mat by a cd of tho rejuvenation of Governor
revival of all tho reciprocity treaties I Dole ns anyone else.
and a general movement for tariff re
vision. Senators Piatt and Aldrlch
nre known to be strongly opposed to
such a courso nnd would prefer to lot
Cuba slide rather than hnve the broad
er question opened up at this time.
From nil Indications tho only fnvor
Cubn will receive from this Congress
will bo nn Investlgntlng commission.
This will give Cuba nn opportunity to
demonstrate Its ability to give Con
gressional visitors a good tlmo and
Ineanwhlle Impress the members with
Tho late Associated Press dls
patches received In tho Peru mall con
tain a telegram to the State Depart
ment under dato of May 17. stating
that there was then moro than
enough supplies afloat to supply the
needs of the sufferers at Martinique
and surrounding Islands. It waB fur
ther recommended that all further
subscriptions be stopped. A better
tribute to tho speedy response to the
call for aid could not bo given.
OUR TRADE WITH CHINA.
A Honolulu correspondent of tho
Now York Sun says; "It would not
be a great surprise If tne Governor
now requested tho President to accept
his resignation, as ho has been anx
ious for somo time to lay down tns
cares of state. His friends Insisted
on his accepting tho office in the first
place, and they will now undoubtedly
Insist that he retain It, his policy hav
ing been so heartily commended by
the President." Thus is another Inci
dent furnished of a man's purported
friends proving his worst enemies.
It will bo a sad day for Hawaii It
Wllcoxlsm or Dolelsm or any other
Ism Is allowed to stand in tho way of
tho Federal appropriation for Honolu
lu's tiro claims. This measure Is not
partisan In any sense. It Is not a
Treasury raid, nor docs It come In on
tho samo plane as the annual pork bar-
rel schemes. If over a Just plea for
asslstffhco was rando to Congress, the
Hawaiian request Is ono. It Is of
courso within the power of Congress
to (hold this Territory off at arras'
length and grant It no mow consider
ation than an occasional kick In its
financial shins, but there Is no justice
In such a courso.
New York Commercial.
Now that the Chinese exclusion bill
has been passed by one brunch of Con
gress merchants of the Pacific Coat
aie opening their eyes to the possible.
effect that it may have upon the trado
relations between China and tho United
Stntcs, Most efforts to force consldcr-
tlon of this branch of the mibjcct
failed while the bill was being dis
cussed. Tho law-makers were warned,
to be sure, that If they continued to
bar the entrance of Chlneso too rigidly
the empire would certainly retaliate,
and that discriminating tariff legisla
tion might be tho form of retaliation.
China Is now said to be engaged In
formulating a new tariff on Imports
and tho time is opportune for her to
deal a blow to this country, It she so
desires. Great Ilrltaln and other com
mercial nations have special ambassa
dors at Peking to watch the progress
of this tariff construction and see to It,
so far as In them lies, that the Interests
of their countries aro protected. Am
erica has no such ambassador on the
ground, but our treaty commissioner,
General Thaddeus S. Sharretts, Is still
at Peking, and tho San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce Is urging Presi
dent Roosevelt to empower him to act
aB our special agent to protest against
tariff discrimination agalnBt us. What
effect this protest would have, consid
ering the possible grlcvnnco held
against us by China, cannot bo Judged,
but It Is certainly wise to have the pro
test on record whatever mny be Its ef
fect. It Is asserted with what justice It Is
Impossible to calculate that Great
Ilrltaln. Jealous of the growth of our
Chinese trade In the past few yenrs, II
trying through her ambassador to sc
euro the Imposition of a discriminating
tariff of 15 per cent against United
States products, especially those of inn
Pacific Coast. If such dcscrlmlnatlon
is made. It will plnco our merchants ut
a great disadvantage In tho markets (-1
China a disadvantage that would re
sult greatly to tho benefit of Ilrltlsh
traders. With tho exclusion act con
fronting him, It Is very doubtful If Gen
eral Sharretts would have much real
Influence In his tariff negotiations; bul
even If he falls utterly to gain protec
tion for our trado Interests, it will hi
consoling to know that tho Govern
ment has done what It could In favor
MUNCHAUSEN HAS HIS
FINAL SAY ABOUi IT
Banner Plantation All Right, But
That Does Not Discount the Good
Work Being Done By the
Boys at Olaa.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-throe years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
becauso It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only truo
that Pctalumn Incubators nnd Brooders nro mado of tho best lum
ber In tho world, Tiut every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grnde, and tl crcforo theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators nnd Droodirn occupy tho samo relatlvo position
to nil other Incubators and Drocdcrs that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to riad In our late catatoguo "A DIt of
Incubator History." You may have a cataloguo freo by writing
for it. An Involco of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents for the Territory of Hawaii
Editor Evening Bulletin: If I nro
permitted tu make a last comment on
tho OTaa-Ewa contest, I will give a
lew figures from plantation reports.
"Ewa" states that ono thing essen
tial for high polarizations Is good cane
of high purity, nnd another Is good
clnrltlcatlon of the juice. Last season
Ewa had Juice averaging R7.88 per cent
purity, which Is undoubtedly a good
quality of Juice, while a neighboring
plantation had Juice averaging 84.9
por cent purity, which Is a somewbai
Impure juice. After clarifying (I, e.,
purifying) their juices, Ewfc.found her
syrup to stand at 87.51 per cent pur
ity while the other plantation gol syr
up of 87.7 per cent purity. Ewa reduc
ed the purity of her Juice .37 per cent,
while her neighbor Increased her
Juleo 2.8 per cent In purity made bad
Juice "better than Ewa's." AIbb for
Ewa's self-centered complacency, sho
does not bear the palm for good clarifications.
Good cane? Ewa's cane did yield
better Julco than her neighbor's, but
she required 8.62 tons of It to raak
ono ton of sugar, while the other plan
tation got a ton of sugar from 8.27
tons of cane. Ergo, Ewa's cane and
Ewa's clarification do not account for
the high polarization of her sugar,
y. E. D.
Let us sec what the quart of water
did! Her No. 1 sugar polarized 37.01,
and her No. 2 sugar 93.98, neither of
which" is In a.ty way remarkable, whlla
tho waste molasses showed a purity of
15.82 per cent, which Is certainly re
markable but not for excellent work,
Almost any plantation bents this. Cer
tainly this Is nil In the dead past, and
Ewa may havo taken a great leap
ahead In tho spneo of a few short
months, Hut, until wo have tho final
figures for tho present crop, wo nro re
luctantly compelled to answer "Ewa's"
question with the opinion that tho
great yields aro certainly due to tho
soil and Climatic conditions, Ewa Is a
tlint our Delivery WujVons themselves prove
every claim we make.
circle the world
and are recognized everywhere as
S the standard of excellence, dura
bility and resiliency.
Put on by BXPURT mechanics
Clias, F. Herrick Carriage Co., no.
I2S Merchant St., next to Stangcnwnld Building.
7l rct VVII.IUI.tnNA. tr JtGlXAND, 'yfHBKS, f'
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Reflnory Company ot
Baldwin Locomotlvo Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., V. 8. A.
Newoll Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
AL80 OFFER FOR SALE:
ParaOlno Paint Co.'s P.& D. Pftlnts and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-watnr paint), In white
Fitter Press Clothes, Cement, Llmo and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Llfo Insuranco Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,Lfd
BISHOP & CO,
BotabllHhed In I8S8.
Transact business In all department
Collections' carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
of Credit Issued on The Dank ot Cali
fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons,
Correspondents The Dank of Cali
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Sydney, Ltd., London,
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and Japan through tho Hongkong ft
Bhanehal Banklne Comoratlon and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term denoslta at
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Twelve months, at 4 per cent,
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Statements of Affairs prepared.
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 24 Bethel Street.
11. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second VIco Pros.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahtku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Win. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. aiftard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
u. D. Gray, Treasurer: A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. II. flmr.
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keeck. J. A. Lvl.
Jr.. J. M. Little. K. S. Boyd.
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The assured recovery of Queen WII
htlmlna of Holland is not only hailed
with pleasure throughout t..e world be
cause a noble woman Is saved to carry
on her beneficent reign. Her death
would have caused possible, serious
difficulties In tho European family of
nations. Tho Grand Duke of Saxc
Weimar, who was the logical heir to
the throne, does not possess tho full
confidence of tho Dutch people, who
fear tho Pan-German effect which his
accession might Induce.
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splendid estate, admittedly the banner
plantation of Hawaii, and gives yields
which are the wonder of tho entlro
world. Everyone Is prouil of It, for
any glory gained by Ewa Is reOect'id
moie or less on every Hawaiian plan
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Bugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Clias. Browor & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager: E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Alien, Auditor; p. o. Jones, II. Wa
terhouso and Oco. R. Carter, Directors.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Por annum.
For 12 months i
For 6 month S
For 3 months 8
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Hi King Sires
District Attorney R. W. Brcckons
has entered tho Hilt of United States
tatlon. It Is worked by n force of men f America vs. tho Schooner Kawalu
ns rnnahlo as any on tho Islands, hut 'an'- The complaint alleges that G K.
it does 'not requlro tho bombast of Kekaliunc, In chargo of tho Bchoonor.
over-zealous champions to spread Its removed, deposited and concented cor-
fame. I havo tho honor of knowing " mmuuouB uquur upon muu,
some of Olaa's staff, and they nro .juito tax was duo and uupald to tho United
as efficient as Ewa's and peihaps even Stafes, and that tho Honor was seized
more experienced. , by Roy H. CTIarabcrlaln, Collector of
I hnve to thank you for tho spaco Internal Revenue. A process nnd mo
you havo glten In the Bulletin to this "'Aon against tho scTOoner, her tacklo,
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"xG0" 5-roller mill,
II. t. Wks. mako, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Double Effects, Clarlflers,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc, etc.
Parcols of land, Interest In Hul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, PIowb, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS, Manager, at Haraoa. Maul, ot
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1902.
discussion, which has been followed
with considerable Interest by planta
Kauai, May 23d, 1902.
Read "Wants" on page S.
apparel and furniture, aro asked for,
to enforco the forfeiture thereof.
An account of tho seizure, raado Sat
urtiay night, appeared In tho Sunday
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
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