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Vol. XVIII No 3JU7
HONOLULU. TKKKITOltY OP HAWAII. MONDAY FKBKUAKY 2, I90li
PltlOB 5 OBNT8
lays Manager Adams
For Economical Work
Kahuku Fully Equipped Peace
ANNUAL MEETING HELD TODAY
The annual meeting of tho Kahuku i School nt Wnlalcc, adjotnlns Field No.
Plantation Company was held In the
unices ot Alexander & Ualdwln at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
The sugar statement for 1003 shows
total net proceeds to have been J517,
870.92. Gross receipts for sugar, 15,
198,62 pounds, mill weights; 15,412.
011 ponnils, delivered weights. Tho
titatement of assets and liabilities
tthotra ii surplus ot $109,278.93. The
operating expenses for 190S were J228,
331.50. The report of Manager Andrew
Adams is as follows:
Crop of 19u3: This crop was estl
mateil to yield from Kahuku cane 7,000
tons, from Lnie cane 450 tons sugar.
a tmn) of 7.450 tons sugar. The actual
yield, tin iwr Exhibit "O,"
Kahuku i-aiic 7,431 tons.
cane 343 tent sugar, a total of 7,771
tons sugar. Grinding on this crop was
finished on September 20th, consider
nbljr lutor than Is usual or generally
ndvirablc. The short rattoons were
harvt-Mti) last and as very little of this
cane tabled, the tops wcro used for
innfl .-,. Tiu mill wtii irr.Mil I ii i ilnt-.
Ing this jit-rlod nbout 12 hours dally I
The yield from the nfiort rattoons wn
3.33 tons sugar per acre. Tho average
yield of the entire nrca of plant cane,
long rnattbns and short rattoons was !
3.93 tons sugar pier acre. The average,
yield of tin entire area of plant cane,
Ions rattoons and short rattoons waal
C.03 tonx sugar per acre. I
Crop ol 1S0C: During tho warni
xtimmer JEunths this crop had a very
Rood jcnoulh. Tho short rattoons were'
more heavily fertlllicd than usual and c. M. Robinson tho park expert and
"made cimo" rapidly. The area of cune gardener Is contlnulns this wcok hh
lor this wop is as follows: Plant cane survey 0f the city.- As his plans begin
42S aeroi, long rattoons 505 acres, ilo la0 hnpe he Is anxious to get all
nhort rattoons C19 acres, n totnl of ln,, rtcas of all who are Interested, In
-.-o. acres, me yieiu oi sugar snouici order that ho may glvo them propel
up approximately me same ns iniu ni
tho lOS crop, or 7,100 tons from Kn
Crop of 1907- The area of this crop
will bo 215 aeres nlant rane. R15 acre
long rattoons and at least 600 acres
Rhort rattoons. Especial care was tak
en In the til'-rtloii of seed cane for
the planting. Tops from tho Bhort
rattoons of the 1903 crop were used al
most uxiluslvi-ly. The long ratlonus
RECLAMATION IS PROVIDED FOR.
Captain Piltz states that there U' "Quarantine bill passed," Is th through Congress, as It was considered:
8. This cane will bo purchased for this ' ausoiutciy no truth in tho rumor that siiusiance oi n cauiegram received sat- to no an emergency, and it is not ex
crop, i I there was any trouble between ttrday by W. A. II. Connor who rep- p ected to be long until tho contract
Hepalrs: Over J8.000.00 was spent' the Molokans and the Japanese at Ka-I resents the San Francisco Ilrldge Com- will be awarded. After tho award Is
during the year on repairs to buildings. 1 Pan, when the former moved Into the pany in Its dredging work In Honolulu made. If It Is to the San Francisco
Most of this sum was for repairs to Quarters, which had formerly been oc- Harbor. Thus It Is learned that tho Ilrldge Company, no time will be lost
buildings occupied by the employees, cuplcd by tho latter. Tho truth of the Government has appropriated $20,00J In getting the dredger to work. Th3
of the company. Nearly (3,000.00 was mrfttcr Is that when the Japanese' for the reclamation of quarantine Is- pipes will simply be changed from
spent on repairs to steam plows, the1 learned that Russians were to occupy land, a thing that has been expected by their present location and put over on
principal Items of which were for prac-( their quarters they left them pur-! the. people of this city for some time, the Quarantine Island.
it iteu uic wurK is cumiuiMeu inc
size of the Island In high tide will bo
tlcnlly renewing tho two boilers of the posely In a not very fitting condl- in speaking about the matter today,
older set of plows. Both sets were tlon. The Moloknns also found Mr. Connor snld that his company
nlso equipped for burning fuel oil. Be- thnt the quarters, which consist-1 would undoubtedly bo given the work,
tween seasons tho No 1 Iocomotlvo cd of flvo buildings containing five as there Is no one else in position to
was furnished with n set of new drlv-' twelve by twelve rooms each, were not do It at the present time. In making
Ing wheel tires and n new rear truck, ample to accommodate them, as they I the fill 16O.00O cubic yards of wlrt
The Imllpr via nln nnrilv retnhprl. numbered 110. The Molokans made n would be required, and this would be
eruai protest, nut tncra was no sign
of any trouble.
I The No. 2 Iocomotlvo was given a new
I boiler. Both locomotives w'cro equip
ped for burnlnc oil. Tim hollers nt
was, from two of tho pumping stations were fur
from Lalo nlsbed with new tubes.
New tubes were nlso purchased for
the six boilers nt tho factory and th
old mill-house was renovated to make
tho changa from tho open clarlfler to
the Dcmlng system, This change
makes It possible to uso all the cxhauni
steam from the main engines with
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IS ANXIOUS TO
pumped In, If his company is given
the work, by the dredger now nt work
In making the harbor deeper
At the rnto the big dredger Is now
working. It will take only 20 days to
complete the work nfter the Job luu
been started The bill was rualKd
tonstdcrnbly increased. Much of It Is
now-covered with wnter when the tide
comes in. and It is to Improve this con
dition that the contmu is to be let.
Mr Connor hns been In communication
Kith his company regularly concerning
the action of Ine Government In mak
ing the appropriation, and It was no
turprise to him to receive the won!
that the matter had been settled More
dctnlls will bo obtained In a short time
DFfUVf CllhCMMIK ""!.'
IlLuLIIL UUMmLUI IVIlU Acting Governor find Immigration1
; Commissioner Jack Atkinson has itpl
yet met the sugar men in tho matter
ot coming to an understanding In re
gard to the prnpotcd Importation of I
1,000 families from the Azores, but the
planters, some It not nil of those In
terested have been talking tho matter
consideration. Any officer or mcmbci over very earnestly among themselves
of an Improvement Club or any other ' At the last meeting of tho Territorial
who hns n suggestion for him to con- uoaru oi immigration, wncn me v.nnii
.. . . . ... . 1.1.1 I .-. !..., nm D- . l
Bluer is requested to communicnto wun
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. Cable dispatches received today announce that
the American mission at Manehang has been destroyed by the Chinese. The
The trouble is said to have originated with a dispute between French
Jesuits and Chinese officials. Six Jesuits and two members of the Kingman
family (English) were killed.
Order has been restored and the American gunboat El Cano ordered ta
TROUBLE ONLY LOCAL.
SHANGHAI, Feb. 26. Canton Is quiet The trouble Is local and It la
not believed It will spread.
Tidal Wave Destroys
BUENAVENTURA, Colombia, Feb. 26. A severe earthquake occurred
on the 2tst Inst, followed by a tidal wave. Two thousand persons are re
ported to have been killed In coast towns.
SENATOR FRENCH ESCAPES PRISON.
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 26. Former State Senator French charged with
accepting bribes was acquitted by the Jury today.
WOOD GOE8 TO MINDANAO.
Mr. Robinson by telephone nt the
Young Hotel where, ho Is stopping, and (
nrrnnge for an Interview or possibly
:i Ilt to the spot He has already'
made such arrangements with sevcr.il,'
notably, F. v. Macfarlane for tho Kn
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Palolo Co. Successful
The hearing on tno petition of the. Hon II I' Baldwin, president of the
raioio aiiey i.ann . improvement 6ll(far .anll.rl. Association .was oper
Co., which wants to lead wnter from I . , ... ,. , ., , ,
the mauka end of the valley down to,Mc1 0I1 al llie -"ccn "Pltnl ue
the proposed slie of the Pacific Insti-, tween 11 nnd 12 o'clock this forenoon
tute, came up before Commissioner of , for nbseess In the Inner ear.
Water Rights Mrs. Nakulna this fore-. T,le operation was very successful
noon. A. F. Cooke and V. I Howard, , . ' , ., . ,.
both officers or thccompany.nppeared1"11 tlieru ' 04cr' lnllcutlou of Mr
for VjO 'fJtltlonerH, whflo Attorney lUaldw In s rupld iccovery.
General Peters represented tho Palo- Dr. (1. S. McDonugu, of Toronto,
tour of Inspection.
26. General Leonard Wood has gone to Mindanao on a
A few days ago It was reported that this trip would be pottponed on
account of trouble In China,
RUSSIA' 8NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.
Tho Alexander Young Hotel
' lo homesteaders, who oppose the peti
tion ns the proposed scheme may do
wH1 prlve them of wnter, which they are
nlderably lor this crop. The year wa3
a dry ojje and the weather was favor
able to tbls young crop, so that It is
on the whole In excellent condition.
There Is YU7 little leaf-hopper In evl
Oencn as yet nnd almost no rust. A
Cnnada. performed the operation. aa
listed h Doctors Wnterhouse and Ro
gers of this i-lty Dr. McDonagh Is a
famous ear specialist and has per
formed many such opcravrmi,. Ho U
a visitor here Dr MsDonngh Is n
nhvslelan under whom Dr. Hoilglns
holdings, which It has tinder n deed Istinllecl uhui at the University ot To-
rS5HJWv;HVJS- lected music and a most enjoyable time from A. 1- Cooke, peters pointed out ronto.
ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 28 The National Assembly for establlshlnfl
a constitutional form of government In Russia will meet May 10.
lnkfltin Avemip section. Mr. Youni for cIva it arnml nubile hull this ovenlnx now using.
wore all btavIlT replanted and brought j Knplolanl Park, Mr. Mclntyro for Mo-, on tho roof garden. In honor ot tho At tho opening of Uio game Peters
under culilv&ilon early. The amount .nnalua. Cant. Kldwcll for Punchbowl Orocon clrls who are nt present visit- threw out n hot shot by questioning
of feitlllmr per ncre was Incrcaio con- and Mr. Hough for Hantnlus. I Ing Honolulu. Hrnest Kaal's quintette th title of tho Palolo Land Co. to ltn
will render a program of specially se
ts promised. Thcro Isn't a plcasantcr that, whllo the deed frdm Cooke to thu , The condition of the mastoid bone,
,i i ..- (.-it !. t,A .nn( enmnnnv wflH tinted tXnvember 29. ' tm-niiii In- ilm nnorntlun. went tn
CinnA VttrttUura '0 Place In town for n ball than the rool '"mpany w
U0UU rUrnilUrC V'ot tho Young Hotel and with miiln- 1S99, tho ci
nystematlc end thorough nttemnt was Jfi !irnii
..made to kwj, this crop free from lior.Jjj from wnIch t0
or. A gang of Portuguese boys with (
it Hint, was constantly employed col- yi
lectin; fcorer beetles In the young cnn2. v
Diirlni; the year In the neighborhood l'.
of too millions of borer beetles wcro fl
collected from nil crops. !jj
Fori 35 ucrcs ot land has been plant-
n! lr. cano by the Boys' Industrial fl
Stock In tho City
W of tho Young Hotel nnd with mum- i"-. '" n) '"' '"""'. i
ft, land attractions to meet and Hnwnl- ated before December 23. 1899, so that.
company was not Incorpor- prove that the operntlon was required,
as n matter of fact, the deed was mndo
VI of spending the evcnlng'would be hard by Cooke to n corporate body which)
iV to devise- at the time had no existence. This
JUUUUIU limi 1-,,;HJ UV., iwinvvtij
by tho Incorporators, wno nan most
Expert From Sumatra
To Start Large
WANTS 140 ACRES IN HAMAKUA DISTRICT
ljind Ago-' Williams of Hawaii, leaf, the flavor, etc., nnd hns In adill-
who nrrlved last Saturday to discuss Hon to this the toughness which the
land mattera w.,1, u-d Commission. j , ?&& b
er Pratt, brought somo good nows re- cr urlttIo for tho purp08e. lt )s uled
carding a couple of tobacco experts as a wrapper on Manila cigars, and
OFFICERS RE-EI ECTED of thom "r1 Jhlr UnBturc. on ' M Ml PJ ' " ' - .ho ,n7cnj to a ,, the tobncroVals. you
UrriLEKO nC ELD-1 CU lh0 apcrg ln).0 ved hui h .. , Jn.H . Company for he ,1 pi UJ Jnma)im ft ,nrg8
Fruit Co.'t, selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per Korea,
March 2. Leave orders at Wells Fargo
offics. King St.
"Old Reliable Furniture House.
Tho following officers wero re-elected
at the annual meeting of the 'Kahu
ku Plantation thfwaftcrnoon:
J. II. Castle, president; C. M. Cooke,
vlco.prcsldcntj J., P. Cooke, treasurer;
E. 15. Paxton, secretary; D. U. Mur-
...!. -....i n- i.j uocn. auuuor.
The next consignment of the Tropic InBllll nllVIIIUUSB HU.t UU. LIUitl Board of directors J. B, Castle. J. P
( iif art - Hwni-i . . m a a a
. YOUNd U U I L U I n U , f.
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor, Fort and Meichant 8ta.
Telephone Exchange No. 4
aajw ?k yoRK
W VA -'iili
Cooke, C. M. Cooke, T. CUvo Davles.
Manager Andrew Adams.
WATERHOt'Sn-In this city, Febru
ary 26, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs. John
Wnterhouse, n son.
The departuie has been n nnounred
( oi ine sieauier uiyiui'in iium niwi
I Pedro, She comes heie to recruit Jnp
I aueee laborers.
I Tho County Supervisors meet nt 7 30
1 tomorrow evening.
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rni iiin iiitntn ni i.n.1 ,.u ,i,vu ,w kw . .,. ,wu..v.u .H.- -.. ..H,u ...(Uw..w,... ..w.u ..
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...u ,...,. w..,, , ....!, r l.ln fnllln-F IIIK UllBUIVVB III liuiuuniii. nil a imnv -t"ij uiunvu iinoe niu iiuib n-j,
hot done by all the Incorporators, this i 'B mi. i .. "". '?","' .cnc. having become nulto enthus-t 'Tho Hawaiian grown Sumatra leaf
precaution was prac Ically useless. I "" ''""'"";-- ." ," in! lastlc over the results shown by the will bo unexcelled as a wrapper be-
vMtlcau r tie , case The jury decldoJ Federal experimental farm In that dls- causo It adds toughness to tho other
l '!!.?, ;,,.-; .h. II pnmi in trlct. qualities of tho Sumatra grown leaf.
ul&lhta!c?Vtl- "Th0 nara,', of thc'0 wntlemen are Wrapper tobacco commands the blgh
alt from a sl.oek duo to cUon of Kretchnar and Gordon. Kretchnnr has est prices, and Is therefore tho most
fhi (,rTn tauseVbv being s ruck "o"""1 n larK "-l-erlence as a tobacco prontahlo to raise.
ni Sl! hLnln from Car l'""" l Sumatra, Java and Cuba. "Krqtchnar said that he had never
the ground while Jumping from Mr,' ,,.,.,.. n .oen -1 flllo tobacco ns the unfermont-
Thc Nippon Maru Is duo from Ban No. of the Honolulu itapm transit noTion ln(cn(1 ,0 tako up two of ed product of tho experimental farm.
Francisco this afternoon. Sho win tympany, u. uio lormr in . . t,1(, romnlnnB iotB n the Pohukea dl- He stated that even tho iinfermented
bring mall, and will prooaoiy uepari iiiinnu4mi.-ii ;; "- "" - vOI1 This Is mauka of Poaullo. a leaf had a gloss, which was rarely
a llrlOlil Par WUH 111 IIILSLIUII. '... t -il. l ... vr-tl...l.. ,... .r.nn In tl. rnn-ntn.l anvua fftlMAr In
.. - Hiiio nutjvu (Jiiuncy mmry n lihuw .- m mu itiiutMivu . -a iusovu
Dlantntlons. Tho Iota contain an area otlii'i places, hTo only thing which
s.a.i,k.iiliaiiil.41illilltf i . . ..ns i - i. s.nA..n In ki IT.
MlUUlfUfllfUmimUil1l1IUI-1l1----l-1iyiU--IHIMMlWUf .'?n,y ncrea eacn. wiii "' '""""' '""'-
' "Both these planters are very en wannn grown imiacc-o is mo tuiur,
ithuslnstlc over the Hawaiian crown there being loo many spots In the local
.tobacco raised on the experfiuen al product This, however, can easily ha
farm Kretchnar says thnt tho tobac- overcomo by putting the leaves
co grown from Sumatra seed Is bettor through tho fermcnta'lon process,
than that raised In Sumatra, It has which Krolchnnr nnd Cordon Intend
all the fliro- qualities of tho Siima ra m do.'1
Mrs. Nakulna held, however, that
jhe would not pass on any question
of title, but merely on those concern
ing water rights. The question may,
however, be brought up on appeal to
Uio Supremo Court
In the morning for tho Orient.
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of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish,
Never before have we been able to
how such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtrernest dresser and the conserva
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The cost Is only
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and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cauae of saving you hun
dreds of dollars and the loss of valu
able documents, which when once de.
stroyed cannot be replaced.
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