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CONFIDENCE IN ABILITY
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BUCCE33FUL YEAR FOR FARM
ERS' INSTITUTE KALANIANA.
OLE'S LETTER AND TO.
The Farmers' Instlttito of Hawaii
held Its annual gathering on Satur
day at Kamehamcha schools. Thd
formation of a produco exchange was
considered most favorably and the
board of directors of the Institute will
take action In the matter.
Iluslncss was transacted at the after
noon eoselon, Tho following otneers
wore elected for the . ensuing year:
President, Jared Smith, vice president,
William Welnrlch, Jr., recretary-trca-urer,
K. 0. Krause; and V. W. Hall,
Alexander Craw and I'rof. 1'. L. Home,
directors. A demonstration of manu
facture and spraying with kerosene
emulsion, conducted by D. U Vnn Dine,
to kill scale and hugs on plants fol
lowod tho election. J. 12. Hlgglns gave
a demonstration with tho Uordenux
mtxturo for killing fungus growth'.
Tho stock-farm, dairy and gardens of
tho Kamchameha schools were then in
spected. A large number of thoso interested
In matters of agriculture attended tho
evening session In one of the rooms of
the museum building. The Kamcha
meha Hoys' Glee and Mandolin clubs
opened with music. Professor Home
welcomed tho members of tho Institute
and others to the schools, dwelling for
a moment on tho Increase of Interest In
scientific farming and the work tho In
stitute had accomplished. Ho spoko
with pride of tho farming work dono nt
the schools. This year an apiary would
bo added, ilso a hennery. The schools
have a well stocked dairy and a model
President Jared Smith spoke, In part,
The year 1905 has been a very suc
cessful one' for tho Farmers' Institute
of Hawnll. I have been pleased to nolo
a constantly Increasing Interest in the
side of agriculture for which this or
ganization stands diversification as
opposod to, or in contrast with, a one
sided Industry. Thero Is undoubtedly
now greater confidence in the ability
of our peoplo to produce from the laud
a variety of products. We are begin
ning to seo the possibilities of great
things coming out of minor industries.
In other words, I note on overy hand
a willingness to help wheu tnu ques
tion of trying to do Impossible things
comes to the front. This change In
sentiment, a sort of conversion from
tho position of opposition to ono of tol
erance. It not of active assistance, Is a
most striking feature of tho year's
progress. Four years ago, when the
Farmers' Institute made its first be
ginning, to dub a man a "small farm
er" was no compliment. 1 note today
general sympathy with tho movement,
find a chango of front on the part of
many people and Interests who, when
I came hero to establish an experlmcut
station five years ago, were, at least,
passively nosiuo to tnis innovation.
For this change of attitude the
Farmers' Instltuto and othor similar
organizations, Buch as tho IIllo Agri
cultural Society, tho Llvo Stock llrecd
era' Association, the I'oultrymen's As
sociation, arc largely responsible.
Increasa In tho membership of this
institute and Increase in the number
at organizations formed along collat
eral linos, Indlcato a constant widening
of tho field. Within another Ave years
I hopo to see flourishing societies on
every Island of the group, devotod to
the Interests of bee-keeping, coffee, to
bacco, pineapples, bananas, vanilla,
sisal, cotton, grapes, as well as market
ItiK associations to bring moro Intimate
ly together those whose Interests should
bo In common.
. It Is tho aim of the Farmers' Instl
tuto to supply a common ground on
which both scientist and farmer can
stand, each to learn from the other.
Most of we scientific men lack prac
tical experience, and many farmers
lack scientific knowledge. Each have
their theories. Keep the two apart and
the theories are liable to run to seed,
which when planted produco strange
products. I often think that tho
scientist gets mora from the farmer
than ho ever gives. Most farmers will
agreo with mo on this point. This In
stltuto is Intended to be a common
battleground, where every man can
speak his mind. We aro all working
for tho same end the betterment of
tho conditions of life, and whatever
tends toward Increnso of tho prosper
ity and general affairs of Hawaii. I
sincerely hopo that good things accom
plished In 1905 will be far overshad
owed by the achievements of 1900,
After tho Mandolin club had charmed
with further music Secretary Kruusd
read a letter from Dclegato to Congress
Kalanlanuole, In effect as follows:
Desiring to further all proper efforts
for tho diversification of thu Industries
of our Territory, I have had a consulta
tion with Secretary Wilson of tho De
partment of Agrlculturo In regard to
securing soli surveys of nt least a part
of each Island In the group.
Tho Secretary hus promised to give
favorable consideration and added that
If ho decided that ho could extend this
work to Hawaii he would also follow H
up by Bending a tobacco expert to as
sist to establishing that Industry.
I accordingly have tho honor to. re
quest that your organization draft and
forward to tho Secretary of Agriculture
a formal request or petition, asking
that soil surveys bo made In the Tcrrl
tory of Hawaii, and that a tobacco ex
pert bo assigned to mako a Bpeclal study
of our local conditions and ussist in get
ting the tobacco industry established
on a sound basis.
Hoping that you can send such reso
lutions to Secretary Wllnon by an early
steamer, I am very truly yours.
Prof. U. Thompson read a papor on
"Tho Use of Agricultural Colleges,"
from which the following extracts are
most gone. N'o greater misfortune, not
even the misfortunes of war, has come
to the human race than that of individ
ual effort, and this Is especially true In
agriculture. Through tho ngCs each
farmer has been obliged' to light his
own battles with pests and soil and
climatic conditions. What wasto of
wealth this system has caused, What
waste of energy It has cause. What
slavery It ,1ms entailed on successive
generations. What desertions from the
land it Is responsible for. What con
gested misery in cities It has produced.
No, tho day for Individual effort Is fast
passing away. Collective effort is the
In concentration of capital and labor
and management, and in commercial
botany, entomology, chemistry and
cultivation of the soil the planters of
these islands have set an example for
the world. What the planters'cxpcrl
ment station Is to the Individual plant,
er, the model farm will be to the small
farmer. All classes .of men arc Inter
ested, whether they know It or not.
Greater production and better producU
mean as much to the business man
and tho professional man as to the
farmer. It Is simply a matter of all
men knowing this on the one hnnd
and that the agricultural colleges am
the source from which must como tho
science of agriculture on tho other
hnnd; and then all men will demand
moro agricultural colleges, better eouln
ment for them, and fuller service from
Following a song by the (llco Club,
Mr. William Wclnrlch, Jr., lectured ou
sisal and other commercial fibres, the
following facts being taken from his
Sisal was first used In 1100 for haul
ing great stones. It was taken thu
plant and not the fibre, from Yucatun,
where It first came rnto use, to Flor
ida in 183G, nnd from Florida was
brought to the Hawallau Islands In
It was not true that stony and arid
lands were best adapted for the growth
of sisal. On the contrary, while sisal
would grow and thrive on stony and
arid lands, It grew and thrived better
on rich lands that were better watered
The object was to produce a lone, clean
white llbre, with some strength. That
was what the cordage men wanted.
The sisal grown on the richer lands,
with more rainfall, gave tho longer,
cleaner, whiter fibre.
Tho long leaf varieties were better,
because wcy not only produced a long,
cr fibre, but took no more labor In
handling than the short lent kinds. As
to the planting, experiments at the
plantation at Sisal convinced him that
It was better to set the plants about
nine reel apart tach way.
ClliiES HIED AGAINST
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Bptcial l The Uullttln)
Kallua, Hawaii, Feb. 1. Herewith
find copy of petition to bo presented
to tho Hoard of Supervisors by voteru
on Monday next. In connection with
tho circulation of tho petition tho Dep
uty Sheriff, Kelllkou, was very wrathy
about It and threatened to have tho
man handling It arrested.
Ihtt Honorable, The board of Super
visors, County of Hawaii, T, II.
W, the undersigned voters of tho
District of North Kona, Island and
County of Hawaii, respectfully peti
tion your honorable body to bring be
fore your notlco the conditions prevail
ing In tho police department of tho dis
trict of North Kona.
Your petitioners aver and state that
upon their knowledge and belief tho
Interests of tho County would bo bet
ter Hubserved by tho dlschargo of tho
prosent Deputy Sheriff, J. W. Kolllkoa.
Our reasons for this petition aro as
1. That tho Denuty Sheriff la a
tick man and physically unablo to ful
fil the duties of bis office. I
2. That through his physical dlso
litlttlaa tin la vttftntnllv InnmnnlAnt trt '
Vropcrly fill tho office he holds.
3. That during bis present incum
bency he has neglected bis duties:
First Uy neglecting tho duties Im
oosod upon htm relating to selzuio of
Jog3 running at largo without tag
(seo Sec. 1210 of tho Revised Laws of
Second That during tho iwn
troubles in re Holualoa school house,
through his negligence. It was ncces
ary to call upon tho High Sheriff and
upon the County Sheriff to executo
Don't neglect your cough. Stop It
at onco and drive away all thought of
consumption. Ilcgln as early as iws-j
slblo tho sooner the better totako
the most effoctlve remedy for coughs
and colds of every kind and In every
One of the most annoying coughs
Is a throat cough, whore you hare
that constant tick
ling In your throat.
It comes on worso
at night, keeps you
awake, and makes
you havo that
In tho elicit. Aycr's
quiets tho cough,
easy, and heals tho
lungs. Thero is net other remedy so
surely to be rel led on.
Thero aromany substitutes and
Imitations. Ilewars of them and of
so-called "Ocnulno Cherry 1'octoraL'l
Ho sure you got AYEIl'S Cherry
Put up In large and small bottles.
tb processes of tho courts, thus put
ting tho County and Territory to great
tnd unnecessary expense.
Third That on the 12th day of Jan
uary, 1900, when District Court was In
session. In ro Territory of Hawaii vs.
Mrs. Atchcrley and the Davlscs, tho
aid Deputy Sheriff J. W. Kolllkoa, on
the floor of the veranda of tho District
Court bouse of Kallua. said District of
S'orth Kona, and In tho presenco of
the parties In attendanco on court as
sell as High Sheriff and County Sher
iff, did then nnd thero sleep, without
iny attempt to perform his duties. If
to was called upon.
4. That within past fifteen days nil
morons drunken brawls havo taken
place In the streets of Kallua, to tho
great shamo of tho decent and law
hldlng citizens thereof.
That said Deputy Sheriff has not
con fit to preserve public peace.
Wo further petition your honorabla
body to take such action In tho prenv
lues as will relieve said District of
North Kona of tho opprobrium and ills-
craco of tho conditions existing In this
Signed by Job. Ako, M. F. Scott,
Alex, uurgess, rcter Pahuolo, Jncln
tho C. Pacheco, Kahlklnn, W. J. K.
Kahalo, Oeorgo Kimball, M. J. Fret-
las, Sam Kauhane, S. K, Haluapo,
Thomas Sllva, W. II. Hoopll, K. 8.
Goodhue, J, L. Knwcwchl, II. U. Kn
wewchl, J. Kupaka, Kahallouml, a
male. I. Kcawclwl. S. Hall. D. M.
KlllnahCj Chas. T. Slmcrson, Philip
Kepthlo. Joseph whltmarsb, I.ul,
Walter Kahuku. ,
in Mo i
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There Is a snap and zest In every bottle that Instantly wins
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Wholesale MAIN 92.
Just before leaving Honolulu, II. II.
Earlo, a clever actor who won favor
hero with tho National Stock Co., now
showing at the Orpheum, said to a Uul
lctln reporter: "I wish you would cor
rect an Impression that might bo given
by an artlclo In tho Advertiser. Hav
lng read In the Sunday Advertiser that
oil the actors of tho Iluhlcr Company
came to Honolulu broko and will Icavq
In tho somo condition, I wish to say
that both Miss Tess Wharton and my
self are only leaving In order to fight
a $30,000 rase In Ivos Angeles, Califor
nia, and that wo landed hero with
pioncy and arc leaving! with plenty."
Wo havo just received our flno lino
of Valentines for Feb. 14, 190C. Iter
mombor tho place.
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