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AUSTRALIA PAYS BOUNTY TO
PROMOTE WHITE LABOR
DETAIL OF NEW LAW PASSED BY
THE C0NGRES3 OF AU8TRA-
LIAN FEDERATION THE
The Australian Correspondent (or
Willelt & Gray's Sugar Journal, speak
C Brtwtr ft Co ,
P PlantAilAn Ca
Hawaiian Afrtailtw I Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ,
Honomu Surar Co. .
Honokaa Surar Co
Haiku Sir Co. .
Kihuku ttanuilon Co
tClhtl Plantation Co LH
Klpahulu Surar Co ...
It means all-year-round relief from unpleasant
kitchen duties building fires, carrying
wood or coal, unnecessary cleaning, etc.
A GAS WATER HEATER will sup
ply water in any quantity, j . j j ja-
Both for sale by dealers and
Honolulu Gas Co.
I 'tni tt rmnapal rtfiml It lltla Mflta
,1 General. I have now to report that
the necessary legislation lias been pas
sed for putting In force the payment
of bonus on white grown enno for flvo
years from January 1, 1907, and at tho
same tlmo Increasing the excise from
3 to 4 a ton, as I Indicated was
likely to bo the case In mlno of Octo-
ucr 3i last, i enclose nerewitn copies
of the Acts passed by the Federal Par-
5 llamunt (printed below):
THC COMMONWEALTH OP AUS
No 23 of 1905.
An Act to provide for a Bounty to
growers or sugar Cane and Beet.
Assented to 21st Dec., 1905.1
Be It enacted by tho King's Most
Excellent Majesty, tho Senate, and tho
'J&'J&'J&'Jt'.E House of Hcnrcsoiitathcs of the Cam-
tnonucalth of Australia, as folio s:
1. This Act may bo cited as the Su
gar Itounty Act 1905.
2. In this Act, unless tho contrary
"Colored labor" Includes all forms
of colored labor whether halfcasto.
or of full blood.
"White grown cane or beet" means
sugar enne or beet croduced on a
whlto plantation and In tho produc
tion of which white labor only has
i.. (a) after the first day of January,
J. 1W7. or
u) mr u periuu ui iwtnu muuiiio
Immediately preceding the do
lhory thereof for manufacture.
(c) In the case of cano cut In tho
190C, after the expiration of one
month after the commencement
of this Act
"White plantation" means a plan
tation particularized In a notice of
intention to claim bounty whether
given In pursuance of tho regulations
in force under this Act or the Sugar
Bounty Act 1903.
3. After the first
Kolo Sugar Co
unnu sugar jo . .
OokaU Soar Plan! Co
Gabu Sutar Co . -
Onom 5uf ar Co.. . t
Olaa Sue. Co Ma
Paaunau Srr WtJtl C;j
rscinc augar 11111,1
Pala Plantation Co
Pfottkco Sorof Co
PhMlMff Mill CO
W.tthja A jrlcullural Co
wauttHU "sufar 1-0 ...
Wailuka Sura' Co Set
Waki-ua Mm Go ....
Hawaiian Eltmlc Co -
Hon R T ft L Co Con -Mutual
Oabu R ft L Co
ttllo RallroM (.0 .....
Hon B. A M Go
HwTr.c (Fit. CI)
Haw TtftHM . .
Haw T.rt'l .X P c.
C ftlluMd Co ope
Haw Con ft So Co J pt
Hon R T ft L Co 6 o e.
Kahuku Plant Co 6 o e
OahuR ClLCoSpc -I
uanu sugar (.00 pc -
uia sugar jt 0 p Ci
rai riant ui
Pion.tt Mill Co 6 p c NJ
50 I.wu, $23 3714.
100 Ookala, B GO;
Latest sugar quotation 3.39 cents or
$67.80 per ton.
'''' 5r X W. CC t
NATURE'S LIVING AND
8EE HOW THE WORLD
More wonderful than the
greatest painting because Its
figures aro alive and moving.
And still more wonderful be-
cause the most beautiful colors
of nature are concentrated In
their most gorgeous shades.
The Camera Obscura It fas-,
clnatlngly interesting and every
one should see It.
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Matting. Big Stock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Go.
AT THE ZOO
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 1,50 a week
J.A. R. Vieira&Co.
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr.
M, W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
The Weekly Edition of tho Evonlng
Bulletin' gives a complete summary ofi
the news of tho day. For SI a year.1
has been pronounced by Caruso, the
greatest of Italian tenors, to be "ah
mmt huiv-Lan." It has won the reeonnl-
FORT 8T. ton an(j endorsement of the entire mu
BERG8TR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' DLDQ.
SUGAR, 3.39 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3
Ttilelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Members Hon. 8tock and Bond Ex
day of January 912 FORT 8T. TEL. MAIN
You buy or sell stocks or bonds,
You want to secure the best prices,
You want a loan on sugar securities, t
You have'real estate you wish to tell,
You have a house you wish to rent,
You have ANY business which needs the attention of active,
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A HUBM.
TEL. MAIN 21. B12 FORT 8T.
1907, there shall be paid out of tho
Consolidated Itocnuo Kunil, which is
hereby appropriated accordingly, to c
cry grower of whitt-grown cano or
beet within tho Commonwealth a
bounty, at the rates provided by this
Act on nil such, cane or beet dolltercd
for manufacture after that dato and
before the first day of Januar), 191J.
4. Tho occunler. and the lessee of
the Sucar Bounty Act 1903. the lioun
ty under that Act shall be payablo to
tho crowcr of any sugar-cano or beet
In the production of which whlto labor
only within the meaning or tins Act
has been employed after tno com
mencement of this Act,
12. Tho Minister may In special
cases, If he Is satisfied that there are
special circumstances renucring n uc
any planta'lon on wincn any sugar- miulio iur nun " i u. imii.iv .
rano or beet Is produced shall bo hall caste born In Australia having ono
.inomo.i tn hnn li. nn emnlmed In the white narent to bo employed on a
.rmiiirtinn nf nil sucar cane or bttt white plantation and thereupon such
(halfcasto mny bo so vmploed without
. . ' 1iiIii,IIiii n nnit nlnltn fn tin 1 1 II tv In
beet produced on any white plantation the In""'""
by nny person who has obtained boun-1 11 The Omernor Oeneral mnj
ty under this Act In respect of sugar- make regulations, not Inconsistent
cano or beet produced on tho plantn iwlth this Act, prescribing all matters
tlon and has afterwards cmplojt.il col-! which by this Act aro required or per.
orod labor In tho cultivation of sugar-! mltteil to bo prescribed or aro neccs-
rant or beet on such nlantntlon. ,sary or tonvenieni 10 uu iimcuun
Provided that tlio .Minister may,
he lb satisfied that colored labor was
To tlje Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Having been apnolnted to the position of District Superinten
dent, for the Territory of Hawaii, by the Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York, we have opened offices In Honolulu, and
will take formal charge of tne Company's business March first,
after which date all payments of Premium by policy holders, the
payment of Death Claims and Matured Endowments are to be
made at the Company's office at 932 and 938 Fort street.
The modern contracts Issued by the Mutual Life, offer larger
guarantees than do those of other companies.
THE COMPANY FINANCIALLY UNASSAILABLE.
Remembe'r that, with all the reckless talk In the newspapers
. about syndicates and salaries and subsidiary companies, the secur,
Itles of the Mutual Life have not been criticised nor their perfect
safety questioned. The Investments of the Company were an open
book In the hands of the Investigating Committee; every loan,
every bond, every security of any description was before them
four hundred and fifty millions and more; and not a single Item
was discredited, and not a single Investment of any sort was
classed as doubtful. '
As ever, the Mutual Life Is still the strongest financial Insti
tution In the world, with a reserve $36,000,000 larger than that of
any other existing company, and with a contingent guarantee
fund, or accumulated profits, of $75,000,000 In excess of Its legal
liabilities. , ,
It Is still true, aa It has always been, that the Mutual Life
has paid more TO policyholders, and holds more today FOR pol
icyholders than any other company In the world. Nearly seven
hundred millions to date has the Company disbursed to Its mem
bera and their beneficiaries, making, with what It still holds for
them, nearly one hundred millions more than It has received from
them. ., .
You are cordially Invited to examine our contracts and satisfy
yourself that we Guarantee more In Insurance protection to your
family and estate and to return more In cash aa an Investment for
your old age than do other companies.
Yours for business,
W. A. WANN,
Office with Trent t Co., 932 and 938 Fort 8t, Honolulu, T. H.
r'lny nklnir nfTnpt tn thin Art
I Till: COMMONWEALTH OF
tinavoldablv cmplojed t,o savo the
irop growing thereon, from destruction
by flood or flro exempt any sugarcane
or ueet irom mis seciiuu nuujeii. iu
bitch conditions as he iltrectB, or as are
No. 21 of 1903.
An Act to amend the Excise Tariff 1902
lAsatntcil to .'1st Dec., lUOu.J
II" It rnnctcd by the King's Most
Th rntPn nf imuutv navnblo un-.' Excellent .Mnlest the Scnato nnil tho
lor this Act shall be as followB. illoupo of Iteprcscntat ves or tno um
(a) In tho case of sugar cane tux niunweuiin ui aiimiiiiih, n lummn
shillings per ton calculated on canuj 1. This Act mav bo cited as the Lx
giving ten per centum of sugar, to be else Tariff 1903 ,,,
l...l ... .lnnronoo.l nrnnnrtlnn I 2 In Hell t)f tllO Dllty of ExClSO lm
ately according to any variation from posed on BUgar by tho Exclso Tarirf
this standard (say $1.10 per ton of 19H2. there shall, as Irom and Including
..... . .. il.. 11.-1 .1... .f tnniinnil 1 Ortl ltsi I 111
care, or ,14 04 per ton 01 Hugar, mu nmi uuy "" """" ""
equal C3c per lb of sugar W. &. i lo d on sugar the following Duty or
O). and i:xclso:
(b) In tho caso of beet sixty shll- Sugar per cwt. of manufactured su
lings per ton on tlio actual sugar-glv gar Pour shillings (equal 87c. per lb
Ing conttn s of the beet (equal C5c, v It 0 ) which duty shall bo cliarg
pr lb of sugar W. & (I), cd, collected, and paid to the use of
Provided that the rates payablo on 'the King lor tho purposes nf thu Com
all such cano or beet delivered during, monwealth until tho first dav of Jan
tho years 1911 and 1912 shall bo re- uary, 1913:
spettlvelv two thirds and one third of provided thnt this Act shall not ap-
the aforesaid rates. py t0 or affect the duty Imposed by
7 It may bo prescribed by rogula-1 , Exc0 Tariff 1902 upon sugar pro
tlon that the uverage sugar giving ion i,ir,i frnm rano urown and delivered
cntB or tno sugarcane or ueet in uy itor manufacture btforo tho first day or
particular district shall, for the pur
poses of this Act, be taKcn to bo tho
sugar giving contents of each lot of
sugarcane or Met In that district,
8 All bounties shall be allowed at
the time of the delivery of tlio sugar
can or beet for manufacture upon tho
ascertainment In manner prescribed of
the sugar giving contents.
9 Every grower of white grown su
gar who claims tho bounty payable un
der this Act shall. In making such
iilalm fnrtlfv tn thp Minister thp rato
of wa'ges paid to any labor employed London, Keb. 22. Chancellor of tho
by him. other than tho labor of mem- Exchequer Asquith today told a dep-
. " J . - it.. wm .a. ttii...,..' .linllnn nf ntnnttf o nltiplno rtrin f nt Inn
Piovlded further that tho duty of oX'
cIbo payablo on sugar produced fiom
can j delivered for manufacture In tho
veara 1911 and 1912 Bhall bo respect
Ively two thirds nnil ono third or tho
aforesaid rate (equal to .asc. anu i'jc
respectively per lb. W. & 0.).
i a i
BRITAIN TO RETAIN TAX ON
Whlto Bteam antos. Stock) ds stable.
The Mauna Loa was at Kau ester
day Tho Nocau reports Kukulhael
cleaned ot,t of sugar
After enjoying a skate call at the
Cobweb for refreshments '
A young man to tnko chargo of Mo
nna bath house Is wanted i
Luttcd's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
ry May & Co. and C. J. Day & Co.
A cottage at Wnlklki, furnished or
unfurnished, Is wanted See ad, this1
vv ej. ,cni was louay annulled in
practlco In tho United States District
A small heart-shaped locket has been
found Owner may obtain same from
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1X0 and $2 per week. 1719
Three days' later mall wilt arrlvo
on the Doric, duo this afternoon, from
The steamer Ke Au Hon Is dls
linrglng her sugar Into the schooner
Mary R. Foster.
John Cordciro has been nppotntcJ
guardian of tLo minors Interested In
tho Antonc Cordciro estate.
A purse containing coin was lost
between Wnlklki and Knllhl Itewnrd
at this ofllco for return of same.
Island chickens arrlvo every Satur
day from Raymond Ranch, Maul. Tel
ephone 464 early If you want them.
The A.-1I. S S. Arlzonan wns sighted
off Koko Head nt 10. GO o'clock this
morning She comes from tho Sound
Swellest lino of suitings over brought
to the city havo Just arrived by the
Alameda for Ceo. A. Martin. Hotel
Some very cholco furniture In ma
hogany, tnk, blrdscjo mnplc, etc, will
bn sold nl Morguu's rooms 1 ueiday ut
tn n m
Ibe Kavnl Station is ready to conl
tho battleship Ori'gon when she arrives
from the Orient en routo to llrcmcrton
Mrs. W. M Klnralil and itauglitci'
leavo In the Alameda for the EnsL I)r
Klncald may remain until his succcs
so r Is nppolntcd.
The McCully improvement Club will
meet this evening nt tho church cor
ucr, Wnlklki Uoad and King street, al
7 30 o'clock sharp.
It can rain for a month on an iron
root coated with "Arabic." without tho
slightest traco of rust occurring. Cal
ifornia reed Co, agents.
Come and hear Honolulu's best
gymnasts nnd musicians tomorrow
evening at 8 o clock at tho Y. M. C.
A Admission SO cents. Ilcncflt for
Y. M. C. A.
Park- Expert Itoblnson last Satur
day afternoon visited the Kalmukl JIk
trlct In company with sums of the
Kalmukl, Wnlalao nnd Palolo Improve
A meeting of tho McCully Improve
ment Club will bo held nt 7:30 this
evening In tho Japanese school build
ing, corner of King and Walklkl road.
All members aro requested to attend
Tho Cobweb Cafe, cornor Alakca and
Queen for n cold drink or hot supper.
Kevlvallst Sam Jones will soon bo In
Honolulu to conduct n scries of meet
Ings, it the work being dono by I Mc
Kesson, a friend of bis, brings tbc do
The libel for damages of Tsunnklrbl
Matsuno against the schooner Concord
is being tried before Judge Dole today
Tho libelant's sampan was run Into
by tho schooner somo tlmo ago.
P. L Weaver was today discharged
as administrator of tlio estate of Ali
ble Nlhon, and had his final accounts
approved. Ho chirges himself witil
$297 00 nhd asks to be allowed $14G 05
St. Androw's Cathedral was crowd
ed last night at tho first of the illus
trated lectures delivered by Illshon
Itestnrlck, tho subject being "Causc
Which Led to tho Iloformallon "
Judgo Lindsay today allowed the
petition of J M Dowsctt for his dis
charge ns exocutor of tho II. M. Still
man estate, as .Mrs. Knniakn Ktlllmn.l
has sold her life Intcnst In the estnto
o her children, who are the remainder
men Purser McNnmaia of the steamer W.
0 Hall reports the follow Ings ugiu on
Hawaii awaiting shipment K. 8 M,
2.100 bags, V K , 10U0, W . 3500, M A
If.. 25,081, 0 & It . 2350, Mcll , 17,!23,
P. 471; II M, 8979, M. S. Co, 21,012,
tt F , 390.
rior. Wm. E. Illtter will lecture be
fore the Itescarch Club at Pauahl hall,
Puliation, at 8 o'clock tonight HI'
subject will bo "Somo Forma of Mnrlnn
Organism, this being n chapter ur
one of his works, which has not been
Prcnio 1'llm Cameras aro duvllgbl
loading for use with the I'remo Film
Puck, which consists nf twelve flat cut
films enclosed In a light-proof pnpci
rase, tho entire pack being smaller
In size and of Ions weight than an
mdlnary plate-holder and containing
material for twelve negatives Initead
of two Attached to each film Is a
paper tab tho end of whlih Is num
bered, thus showing tho operator Just
which film Is In position for exposure
Tlio method of making exposures Is
strikingly simple Honolulu Photo
than which there Is no better beer
brewed and which, In Its own peculiar
way, does a whole lot of promotion
work for the town. It Is a most cred
itable local product.
Jewelry of every description.
We elo it iu a careful, pnin'taking and
We make a dpccialty of repairing fine
If otir ce.tly timepiece U out of order
IiruiK it to us nnd we will treat it .skill
fully and scientifically for you.
M. R. COUNTER
LOVE BLOCK FORT 8TREET
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the best
desks made. They are manufac
tured, of handsome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to be
desired. They are fitted with
every modern convenience and
possess many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prices are moderate for such
high class goods.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
The Finest smoke
in the world!
Lewis & Co.,
169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240.
.JUp oi , , ft .
bera of his family If the Minister
finds that audi rale of wages Is below
tho standard raTe. paid In thu district
;in which the sugar Is grown, to similar
white labor engaged In that industry,
then the Minister may withhold tho
wholo or any part of tho bounty pay
10. Tho employment of any aborig
inal native of Australia In the growing
of sugar-cane or beet shall not preju
dice any claim to bounty under this
li. Notwithstanding anything In
Is the very best made and Is guaran
teed to give all-round satisfaction. It
does not, give a ragged print and will
not dry out or deteriorate, neither will
It smut or soil the work. Kee Lox
gives the greatest number of mani
folds. Hawaiian News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING STORE.
Owing to a change In the price of
certain sizes of crushed rock, prices lit
future will be as follows: No. 1, $1.58
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 par cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2.09 per cu. yd.; No. 4, 81-M
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
Lord & Belser1
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Ilulletln gives a completo summary of
tho nowB of tho day. For gl a year,
dr. j, t. Mcdonald
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-24,
the Alexander Young Building. Houral
10-12; 24; 7 8. Residence, Tha Alex
ander Young Hotel, Telephone Call:
Mafcai ruh nnd Strength for Sick nnd
NervoutWomcn Stops waakncatlneHhav
ex by maklnu tttronn, rich rd blood
chejokdleneb Riving you trniith )
resist It 8oldbybrugtii7Scta aboii
or 3 boies for t2. ormai. Hlon reoslptol
Brio. WrtusnboJtHom Trsatmsnt,
R. B08ANKO CO Philadelphia Pn
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
nlatlon of manufacturing confoctlon-
rrs that called on him rclatho to tho
removal of the sugar tax that ho would
pot hold out any hope that they would
b likely to be relieved of this tax un
Dr. W K Illtter, I'rotcssor of oo
logy, University of California, will ad
dress the Itescarch Club this cvenluw
at 8 o'clock nt Pauahl Hall, Oahu Col
lege, I'unahou. Tho topic of the even
ing will be: "Habits of somo Maria
It, Vivian Hichardson, who waa
found guilty of embezzling funds in
his custody as clerk of tho Water
Works Department, this morning
withdraw tho appeal he had tnken to I
tho Supremo Court, thereby declaring
his willingness to abide with tho ver
dict, Doputy Attorney Oeneral Pros-
ser Immediately entered nolle prose-,
quia in tho rest of the rnses against
Illchtrdson was sentenced by Jmlgj
Lindsay to Imprisonment for ono year .
which he will now begin to serve '
-aiAl-MJ -ftl-rfU I i ill
Sir Oliver Lodge, whoso name I
famous In connection with psychical I
research; wag put Into business at tlio)
6C ui 11, .
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
.or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices
E; W Jordan & Co,, UI
1J37 Fort Street
,,ntHh ' 1a' Tir-- UtsM.,,,.
lil I, at, A l,