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Vol. XV III No 31&
HONOLULU, TKHKTTORY OP HAWAII. TUK8DAY FKBKUAKY '27. UHMI
Pkiob 5 Oj:nts
Banner Plantations Report Prosperous Vear
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Is Maui Agricultural Co., In
Sugar Yield And Price
ENDS YEAR WITH CREDIT IN AGENTS' HANDS
Manager H A. Ilaldwln's report of
the Maul Agricultural Co., accepted at
the annual meeting held In the offices
of Alexander & Ilaldwln this morning,
Is In brief as follow b:
There la much upon which we may
(ongrntulatc ourselves. We wero par
ticularly fortunate In the yield of our
field nnd the price received for the
The 1903 crop was exceedingly gratl.
fjlng. the output helng 17.753 tons,
netting, aftor deducting marketing ex
penses. $74 51 per ton. This wns an
Increase In crop of 4 332 tons over the
) car previous and nn Incrcnso In prlco
of $10.17 per ton In the report of 1901
tho estimate for (he 100" crop whs 15
000 tons This was exceeded hy 2.753
tons, due primarily to climatic condi
tions The cold weather during the
early part of the season made unusual.
1' rich Juice for that time, of tho year
and the ruin weather during tho latter
. g of the cane ' " '
jug oi ine enne.
X nf .hi, , rr? "Si LPZ
nnrnerhtn ?o leSnrn iv t.rrrniM
partnership to reduco by $160,fil.oo
,i.rt in,ini.,.in..k. n fi.ii... c..nH r-rt
Itp.liiril lnilililn,tnp Tim tiro. '
the Indebtedness to Haiku Sugar Co
nnd I'ala I'lnntntlon for crops tnkrn
nver at the tlmo that tho Copartner
ship agreement went Into effect; to
expend on perninncnt Improvements
lt,237 00 In addition to tho amount
t rallied by the sale of bonds; to end
the vear with n credit balnnco In the
iVr. r ,1.1.1 , ,,7 i-8 1- nn n. ni ih
place of a debit of 8,3Sa.OO ns nt tno
- beginning of tho year; and to put Into
growing crop. $122,778.00 mo're than
hands of our n gents of $73,461.00 In
this account represented at tne end of
New Ditch. This was completed tu
tho plantation and wnler turned nn
Juno 12th I would draw attention U
the fart that as the tcsult of tho com
pletion of the ditch, in spite of our
cultivating considerably more cane
than In I'm nnd notwithstanding thut
the rainfall during the c.ir was 49
Inches as again jt 57 for 1901, our
pumping expense was but $2,530,000,
while for 1901 It wns $25,99100; the
nmount expended In tho purchase ol ,1:
water from the Hawaiian Commercial (7.
& Sugar Co wns but $005 00 whereni J'l
In 1901 It i cached $1,31500, and that i'
we received for tho sale of wntr
$7.777 00 In 1945 against 1029 00 In. '(I
1901, and this coincide):; with the fact j'J
that the growing cane at no time stif- J;
lered for the want of water 111
Water Development. Mr. I'oguc 1 ri
ot present carrvlng on developing work' !fj
tn Keanae Volley and at NaliIKu thutX
win prove o: great value in materially
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co. s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per Korea,
March 2. Leave orders at Wells Fargo
office, King St.
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The Kash Company Ltd .
increasing the flow of water In the
Koolau Ditch during dry weather.
New Factory. With the exception
of the moving over of tho machinery
now comprising the llaniakuapokn
Factory to l'ala, tbo new factory at
the latter place has been constructed
and c have as well as appointed nnd
conveniently nrranged sugar house as
I think Is to Lo seen on the Islands
Much credit la duo our engineer, Mr,
I-owell, for tbo plans nnd carrying otil
May Drop Slsnl. Tho conditions nn
so favorable to tho growth of wccdi
at Haiku, where our sisal plantation
Is located, thai 1 am doubtful If It will
pay us to grow this crop thcro. Tin
pineapple plantation thero howcer l
In a thriving condition, having alrcad)
lleldcd n satisfactory crop. We aro ex
tending this as fast ns we ran procure
plants The returns from pines should
bo in the neighborhood of $100 00 pot
acre, more than half of which should
' ,rom ,,en can "n-1,lr our own
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" beef for the plantation dur In,
"" cr and a number of work-1
Crop of 1906.-We recommend to mill,
190G This will bo hnrvestcd from 1,583
acres of plant cane from 1,760 acres
of ratoons 151 acres unvlng been cut
for seed I think we can oxpect this
crop to reach 20,000 tons but much
depends, on tho weather. Up to the
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J l"lc e mate I h nk the re-
' clrt nnil tit flm anVMA ilms nltniu l ft
rs iiii it nil' iltiiv IKIIV Ullvin lliu
Copartnership to pay up enough of thu
debt to Haiku Sugar Co, nnd Tain
Plantation to cnnhlo them to continue
dividends ns at present, notwithstand
ing the present low prices of sugar
1907 nnd 1908 Crops -For tho 1907
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Largest Stock In the City
from which to make selections.
"Old Reliable Furniture House,"
$'. Y O U N G B U I L D I N G . ii
Kent) Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Offices! Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
are tailored from the choicest fabrics J
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect.
wear and possess superior finish. I
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
. Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Crop of 1906. We recommend to mill 'o auovc nro mre
this crop at Hamnkuapoko on Decern itMannfer l101
ber.4th. 1905. nn,l nt Pnln .Innnnrv SSnil. "-0 UUI Of tlio
BY NEW ORDER,
Sheriff Drown has Issued an order
which will take away some of the
privileges enjoyed by tho deputy sher
iff, nnd tho affnlr may possibly end
In breeding some unpleasantness, The
trouble began yesterday when Deputy
Sheriff Kalaklela nlloned George Kncn
to go on his promise, to return todny,
without ball Kaea had been arrested
ofr abusing his wife, nnd when Sheriff
Drown learned of his release he or-!
dored him arrested again, nnd placed
t'ndcr $250 bonds. Then he Issued thci
order which would prevent the deputy'
frnm rplpnstntr nni- mnrA nrlnnrrd ,3
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When Deputy KalAklela was asked
today what he would do about the mat- I
tcr he said ho wns going to talk the,
matter over with the Sheriff nnd try
lo come to some understanding re- ,
gardlng what effect the new order
would time on him,
EWA Will III)
Tho annual meeting of iZvra I'lnn
tntlon Co. was ncld this morning In
tho olliccs of Castlo & Cooko. Follow
ing tho reading of annual reports the
following ofllcers wore elected: I.. I).
Tcnncy, president, C. M. Cooke, vice-
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w A. Ilowen reasurer;
l Hublnson, auditor, J. U
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enno harvester In-
vented by 11. O
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the Honolulu Iron Works, but recelv-1
ed no Information. Ho said he hud
not been able lo see It when It whj
tried at Honolulu nlantaltou. He un
derstood it was on the mainland now
John Kid well wanted tg know If tho
Kennedy loading mnclilno didn't re
quire mulo power. There should be
something better than mule power.
Ho would go down to II w a nnd study
Manager Gen F. Renton's annunl
report Including tho following:
Tho 1903 crop overrnn tho cstlmnto
l.CuO tons It consisted of 3.4S2.46 ncr.M
Kwn l'luntntlon Co. which Jlclded
Miltl.yjt'o IOI1S gUgnr, UnU lb.SU acres
ground for Apokna Sugar Co. which
piodutcil 4ol 2150 tuns sugar In nil
thcro wero manufactured 31203.8 IJi
(Irlndlng was begun on January 6th
nnd completed on August 5th. Thcro
wns practlinlly no delay from bail
weather, and tho run nt tho mill vvnb
not marred by any serious breakdowns
Whatever slowness thcro wns In. liar-
vesting may be set down entirely to
the shortage of ,lubor provulllng nn this
Island during lust season which, never-
thelcss, showed a great improvement
Crop 1906. The area to be ground,
Iz.; 3C05.80 acres, exceeds that of 1903
by 123.31 acres. It will, however, yield
less In sugar per acre, nnd I do not
(Continued on Page 4.)
J. I'. Dlas, edminlstrator of the F
A. Itlbnlro estate has flleda petition for
permission to sell real estate He
shows that the cstato consists' of a
gold watch, nccurcd rents and n lot nt
Auwalollmu. at Honolulu which he
wants to rell Ho also shows that the,
ottalo owes debts thut ho wants to puy
Irom tho proceeds of tho sale of thu
lot, Tho lot. he savs. Is mortgaged to
I-. Silva for $050 It Is not worth more
than $300. but as ono Rermunn Wll
t'clm wilt pay $300 nnd Sllva will ac
cept that sum ns full payment of the
, mortgage, tho administrator advlsv
Is assured when valuables are deposit
ed In a box In our safe deposit vaulL
The cost Is only
S5 PER YEAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cause of saving you hun
dreds of dollars and the loss of valu
able documents, which when once de
stroyed cannot be replaced.
;Tmst &, lu
I Fort Street, Ponnluln
lEBlHlH 11 IT. SUTIEirS Rattl PQhin flhTfl
providesfor nLTIfl JU ADHEDC H UIIIU
II llrfflllfMnM viiiuihl uiuiiw
iHininirm. niuiuu aj
United States District Attor-
ney H reckons has received a copy
of the bill appropriating $20,000
, for the reclamation of Quarantine 4
Island, which recently passed
Congress. Tho bill reads In full
fr ns follows:
"He It enacted by the Hcnato
fr nml llnilso nf ItenrcKentattvpa nf
the United States of America In
Congress assembled, That the
sum of $20,000 or so much there
of as may bo necessary, Is here- tho final survey of th reservations on
tit AtinrnnrlAtPff. tn tin Immnitlnln. 6'.. . . . .... . .
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ly available, to be expended under 1
'lie direction or the Secretary of
War, for tho reclamation of Quar-
nntlnc Island,- In Honolulu bur-
bor, Territory of Hawaii, from
the materials now being dredged
from said harbor tho prlco paid
i ror said materials deposited on
,! said Island being not more thnn
ten rents per cubic yard, and so
much of said appropriation ns
may be necessnry to bo expend-
ed for tho construction of weirs
and bulkheads around said Island
The Secretary of War Is hereby !
authorized to proceed nt onco In
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a i.i,,,i n,Kr,i.in,. c,r i.i.i. '
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News wns received from San Fran-
clsro on tho Nippon Mnru that A. H,
TllUon, who has been chief Btowaid
on tho Doric for the last two or three,
-"-uris, nun rt-BiKuvii mi ihjhiuuii unu ,
wl" K0 ,0 worU on Bhore ,Ie wnB
fiiiirni'ii in nun riuiii'iKiu mnn' nmn
lng In from his last trip, and this nc-
ciiiiriia inr run iiiiiiin iniiirii ill nun
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General Lewdness Not,
Object Of Emunds Act
U. S, SHOULD NOT CLEAN OUR ALLEYS
Thnt ll li nnt llm .Inlv nf tho Ilnllei!
states officers to deal with genera!
lewdness under the Edmunds Act wns
t10 c(mtetntlon ruined by Judgo Kings
ilry this morning Kingsbury lind
iK.Cn assigned to defend Joso Itovarn,
a iiorto nicnn, charged with adultery
L WBs the second husband of onu of
the women convicted of blcnmv nnd
entotcd a plea of guilty Hcvara op- natno offense If tho court, however,
pea'red beforo Judgo Dolo for sentence puntrhed Itevara, he was Just as II-
todny He told his talo of woo, how ublo to be pimls&ed by tho Territory
ho had married the woman without also. In other places it was tho prac-
Knowing that she was already mar- tlco to leavn tho prosecution of gen-
rled He admitted, however, that h,o cral lewdness to tho Territorial an-
had lived with her for seven days thoritlvs,
after the time when he found out that Judgo Dolo asked what tho Court
elm had another husband Ivlng. 'could do then In n case llko tho one
Kingsbury stated that tho Edmunds nt hand, where thcro was a confession
Act was n political law, which had to a violation of the law,
been directed against the Mormons. Kingsbury thought light punishment
but It was not tho duty of the United would bo proper Ho was convinced
Slates ofTiccrs to prosecuto general thnt Hevara was guilty undor tho act,
lewdness, that being tho business of but also that ho was not guilty under
tnB officers of the Territory. Ho quot the spirit, meaning, purpose and oh-
ed a U S Supreme Court decision In Jcct of the law Tho Court could elth-
support of this contention (Continued on Pace 4.)
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OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
LIFE. All approved forms of in
Kenry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,
MANAGERS, TERR. OF HAWAII
To Proceed With Final
Survey Of Heights
Lieutenant J. It Slattcry. govern
ment engineer for Honolulu, received
official ordcru todav to proceed with
.runcnnowi nnu uinmonu ncau.
Lieutenant Slattcry stated today
that no artillery guns will bu placed
on cither of tho ixtlnrt olranocn, but
lio In not permitted to tell for what
purposes they will bo used.
When the flnnl survey has been com
pleted, the actual nmount of ground to
bo used by the Coernment will bo
determined nnd the remainder will bA
thrown out of tho rcsone. This will
thrown out or tin. reserve. This will
l5nkV """' ' mt- for ' report or ho
;Pnl,",?1r. hlivp " he completed
m " ',cn f f01r1n,,rrt,'1l- l0 u,11"1'
nK ?" "here t will receive flnnl at-
'c"t.lon. ,rom JJ"!. "M01?1" "V , ,
Lieutenant Blnttcry also received In
formation today that ho Is to have
charge of the survey of tho Midway
I Islands, although It may not bo ncrcx
sary for him to go thero for that pur-
poso The survey of the Midway Is
lands is to select and reserve sites
.for harbor Improvements, It Is not
iiiuimiuivu jiibi. niii-u iiiis un. mu
Tho Terrltorlnf Messenger Service
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r.ms aims rem biihw.
Ivlni-almri ur.nl nn In iliniv ll.fil
thero wns a local law against adultery,
so that thero was n dual power to
punish that offense Tho United 8talei
Sum cine Court had taken tho posh
tlon that tho sumo act should not bo
punished by both thu Statu and the
Federal (lovernments No man should
bo nlaced In leoimrdv twlco for tho
MANILA, Feb. 27. The battleship Ohl6 M,-tigone to Hongkong.
It Is reported that Japanese officers have asstlmed control of the Imperial
War College and the trade and commercial schools at Canton.
RUSSIA PACIFYING FRANCE AND GERMANY.
ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 27. Russia a using Its Influence to prevent a
rupture between France and Germany
PRINCE EITEL WEDS.
BERLIN, Feb. 27. The marriage of the Duchess Suphle of Oldenburg ta
Prince Eltel Frederick, second son of the Kaiser, took place today.
GUNBOAT QUIROS SENT.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. The American gunboat Qulros has gone to
URGENT DEFICIENCY BILL SIGNED.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. The urgent deficiency bill was signed today by
TACOMA WILL ESCORT DRYDOCK.
GIBRALTAR, Feb. 27. The cruiser Tacoma has gone'to the canaries lo
Join the drydock Dewey,
8AN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26. Sugar 3.3975 cents or $67.95 per ton. Pre
vious quotation 3.36 cents.
ueets 88 analysis as. i 12a, i-ar.iy
8s. 2 1-d.
Jack Cannot Borrow
Money For Schools
Acting Governor Atkinson wns ask
ed this morning If had r"ii the pctl
lion, which Is being clr. ulateil for tha
purpose of requesting him to ecure
hy UMii sutllclent funds to meet mc ue
inand for funds for the publh s hools
He wns also nsked If he thought he
hud the power to take action In the I
nnnni-r Indicated by the petition I
"I haven't Been the petition et," an-
sweiM the Acting Governor Do ou
mean that I should borrow money that1 I rom a reliable sourco comes tho
had not been appropriated nnd borrow Infoimntlon today that not more than
It In the name of the Government?" I ntiotit. 150 Japanese will sail for Seat-
The reporter replied that that seem- ,to on tll8 oivmpln. although thrt
td to bo tho purpose of tho petltron steamer expects to obtain several nun-
"Why I am willing to go the limit, ,ire,j laborers. Thero Is an agreement
ald Jack with his genial smile, "llul nmong tho Japanese, It Is understood.
1 would bo very sorry for the man to the effect that they will not leavo
who loaned the money. Ho would the Isinnds until the season of grind
certainly have more confidence In hu- n( sugar Is over. Then it is prob
man naturo than I have, and I should nt,lo th number to depart from here
ronsjder him a mighty poor business will bo large. In tho meantime thu
man. .plantation owners are doing what they
"Speaking seriously, however." con-can tn prevent emigration agents from
Inued Atkinson' "Of course I codld operating
not make a loan without nn appropria
tion. Ilemcmher 1 nm merely n public
tenant I am not an autocrat. I urn
not n king nnd I am not the Ciar
muy no iruu cnui wiu nuiK iu" '" 1 or Jioritn iaizo, ennrgeu wiiu mur
wrong, but the Governor can do nl,icr In the first degree; nnd six Kore
.lwle lot cf It" jiins. who stoned n fellow countryman
Superintendent of l'ubllc Instruction to dentil nt Kukalau Criminologist
llabbitt said that he did not see how 'Chester Doyle has been In lillo soma
' (Continued on Page S) weeks prcpirlng the evidence
Sugar awaiting shipment on Hawaii1 Always bo sure that you are 6n tho
is as follows Hoiiokuu $00, Kukulhu- right track beforo )ou open the throt
elo 2500. I'nuuhau 300, Honuapo 100. tie.
Is undoubtedly considered the greatest annoyance any one can have In
a warm climate.
A pair of our coarse mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you a great deal of comfort. ALL THE TOURISTS SAY THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the States are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu to find out the Foot Comfort In them.
Our line Is strictiy the most carefully selected In town and the Prices
make you buy. Get a pair from us and then go sightseeing.
'PHONE MAIN 282 1051
over Moroccan affairs.
jh n, rrcvioui quuiauan
Deputy Attorney General Mllvcrton
left In the Klnuu this noon for lillo.
Itjwheru ho will prosecute In the cnsi.
Shoe Co., Ltd,
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