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VBNINO BPLLBTm, IfOWOMJLP. T. .. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 21. 1906.
The Last Three Days
o -OF THE o
o OF o
Shirt Waists Skirts
AN OPPORTUNITY THAT SHOULD NOT BE OVERLOOKED.
THIS SALE Includes tne balance of our famous
SHIRT WAISTS at lets than the cost of the material.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS, from 7J up, which means Just aboutl
HALF of the regular price.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS from 25d "P-
CHRISTY LINGERIE WAISTS, $600 quality FOR $4.50! finer
quality In same proportion.
Ladies' Wash Dress Skirts
At less than the cost of making; all new and stylish.
Ladies' White Skirts
$1.25 skirt for
$2.50 skirt for
Molasses Turned Into
Alcohol Is Worth
Wahiawa Consolidated Pins-Apple Company, Limited.
1 Paauhatt, planted 15 yearn ago, yielded
,300 cords per nnnum. He wanted to
Know how Ions this could be kept up. j
David HaURh nnswercd that with '
n little re-planting this could be keptj
up Indefinitely. I
C. M. Cooke asked If It was tho!
Idea to ask the Legislature to appro-)
rriatn for the planting or trees and es
tablishing nurseries, or Just to fence!
tracts, and let the trees come up by
Ifanxa. aftlJ I It t Ikimi I. ! III.
I. in ,!,. or .ntilm, !.nnVi.h ,.!' nn( by virtue of the laws of tho Territory of Hawaii. It Is capitalized at $400,000.00 divided Into 20,000 shares
'prlaUon to set mil trees but money'0' ,hr J""- valuc of ,200tf cach' ,l n nl1 tho P0"1 an1 B,ock formerly owned by tho corporation known as
I should bo appropriated for n ranger i la8l Sri FiU'tllld Plant CORIDi'lH'. Limltll aid U also owns all the property and stock formerly owned
-. .!. ..I SnMM ln f , I .''.
Tlu Wahlawa-Consolldated Plne-Appla CampMy, Limited, ' corporation organic and exi.img un.
funded "that' lun!beB; treeste0 plan. ' ,,y ,hc ration 'nown nB hc TfOpIC FfOlt COmpaRf, Limited. " a thus become tho successor of the two
and others In same proportion.
Brown Linen Skirts
J2.50 skirt for S1.25
3s REMEMDER THE SALE END3 SATURDAY NIGHT.
Our New Hosiery
The New Double Feet and
Garter Top Hosiery
In black and white, plain lace ankle and all lace; also In ex
PttlCE FROM 50d UPWARDS. j
W- TRY THEM.
fj b S achs Dry Goods Company, Ltd.
on tho high mountain reserves, as lor
Several very Interesting reports were Inalanco llaloakala, which would later
n,.,i mi .hi. ,,. ...... f ih cm bo vnluablo as a source of lumber.
Hugiir Planters' Association yesterday. Jv,0,nVi a ,,,?,,,
former companies ahoic-mcnlloncd. In nddltlon to acquiring the properties of these old companies It has acquired an
assignment of an option of leasing 1,000 additional serf! of land at tMinfatra and suitable for growing pine-apples.
This option provides that the lessee may select this 1,000 aires from the total area held by the lessors. The Icaao
runs for lo years from the respective datos of selection. I.ands to be selected ore to be taken In 100-acro lots.
Among the Important Miiijoets tuned! Williams read a report on
up was tho packing of sugar In larger "10 manufacture of dennlured nlcolinl fhe respective leases are In be dated from the time each such 100-nrrc tot ts plowed and ready for planting.
bugs, tho iiko of molasses from tho 'rem wasto molasses. Tho new Act of 171,0 rental from inch date Is to bo $10.00 per acre, per annum. All above properties arc fully paid for and the corn
sugar mills for denatured alcohol, nnii''JonRr,,a rondo an Increaso of tho con-njii hot mated nn Indcbtcdnciti in obtaining the tame. inld properties have been paid for by subscriptions to thl.i
tho uso of oil as fuel In comparison to HUmpllon of denatured alcohol cor.ttock amounting to the sum of $203,000.00 par valuc. There Is now in the treasury of the company stock to tho
coal. tain. Internal Itevenuc Commissioner amount of $107,000.00 par value.
J. N, B. Williams, nf I'uuncnc. rcail , Ycrkc had told Williams that the cost j
n very Interesting roixirt on the manti- of Government Inspection would bo ..... ,, . , . , . ,, .. . , .. ,. . . . ...
fariuHnS ,! ,,? Ih .rr Z, ,lnZ with tho Government. Kllivl alcohol A" '"? Properties above referred In. Including the proper,.,; hereinafter specified, are now owned by ths com-
lln ilui-lt on il,n m,il,n nf Hhlnln. and mcthvl alcohol were tho two kinds """V clear of all incumbrance or ICbt, and were acquired through a very advantageous combination of properties nn.l
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sugar from tills Territory on small mga
weighing about 100 pounds and advised
jlhumlu tl.n aA if ItA iwninil dnnii ttA
stated that this was tho onlv size iised cost thereof It was nocesnarv to hsvo''0 emphatically demand the combination effected by the new company to render the properties much more valuablo
Biatctl Uiai lilts was mo I niy SIZO USUI COSl mcreoi. Il was ncccsKar) 10 navo hmll, .. nnn nrnrliu than lhv m or rnnlil havn lwn ,-n,lrf u.r Ihn nlrt ,-,, I mnniim.ni.nl.
10 any exeni in rorto mco nnn uuu.i a 11 g plant to produce tno aiconoi ceo-' ; " ,. ; , . , .v. --, ', . ' ,' T . . r .Z . .: ... A ,
and that they wore much better than nomlcally. There was about 14.000.000 1 ! W"J "ojed that the company owns In fee simple 400 acres of land; that t also has 1460 acres under b-asc.
ho smaller containers. cntlnn nf wn.tn molnM ntVui. roil Kour hundred acres of this land Is now In plne-applcs which will come Into bearing In 1907. and also in 1908. Thus
la near at hand. We will have a nen
ciouo supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT GO.
TELEPHONF. MAIN 76.
FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ.
It will keep Indefinitely and Is Invaluable for household ui.
Made from the best selected milk, sterilized, and sweetned with
only pure cane sugar,
, . . SOLD DY ALL GROCERQ.
Theo, H. Davles & Co., Ltd.,
Monuments o Quality
Wc always supply; now wc can
jjivc. you the very
l'iiml:.h us your address and our
representative will call on you
and .show vnu our illustrations
Mlb CALLING IMPLIU3 NO QULHA TION ON YOU TO DUY,
J, C, Axtell &CO, IMB.I058 AlakeA
niilnc nnd methyl alcohol were tho two kinds J"1"" c'rnr l "" mcumnrance or aeoi, and were acquired inrougn a very advantageous comtunatinn 01 properties nnci
I lngs which could bo manuractured here Ho I Interests of the two old companies, and at prices very reasonable as compared with the actual cash values of tho same.
Ivlsed went Into the details of manufacturo " ,,r.?,"t1" f ,hJ- "W companies and at prices very low and much less than actual cash values as properties of
k. lie of these two varieties as well as the 'no Wahlawa-Ilawallan Pine-Apple Cumpany, Limited. The conditions concerning situation and relat on were such ay
gallons of wasto molasses produced
This pieclpltatcd a general discus- hero every year. All this should liou W,M P"P"d to. and will, Immediately commence the payment, of monthly dividends of , of 1 per month.
sion 111 which ueorgo Kwnrt, J. m. hoss taken to a centra
central nlanl. which should
of Ilakalau. J. F. O. Ilagcns and sev..,0 ablo to turn out lfion gallons of lit
eral others took part. Tho consensus Choi a day. It should bo situated
of opinion seemed to bo that In tho near tho sea. where It could bo easily
plantations on theso Islands thcro ore shipped. Under tho prices for which
so many difficulties In tho handling of HUCj, nco10 was' selling 4 1-2 to fi
tho sugar that tho smaller container ,ccnln B gaion nij tjC pa, Ior wa,t0
was to bo preferred. molasses
C. M. Cooke spoko In connection with jCan 8jlvj a Million
the manufacturing of Jute bags In these Williams went 011 to describe a svs-
Is anils instead of Importing them, ic tcm umIcr whlch 0 pianlallong rur.
said that Jarcd Q. Smith hnd told him, ,,,,, ,ho moIailljC8 ,.,,, Il0 pall, 011
iMVi?BUidflrJdin.li ' fc II,llnK "c' t)"c'1 "" Iho Market
nrntn Inn X " Prlc0 '"' th natUr0 ot " Product.
Mr WlUlams stated that ho had "finis h, I 'oTiSV.H '."e0 ' nn'
1 !,. I-,- .1 ..i.i . - .i... 1 -1. tho Standard Oil Co. had secured con-
cohol and believed that by selling u'trot of o output of the raw material
molasses to distilleries the planters necessary for he manufacturo of do
could mako n saving of J600.000 per nnturcd alcohol, but Hawaii was In a
year. Upon tho request of W. O. Smith peculiarly favorable situation, as sho
a more completo report on this sub- was producing her own raw material.
Ject Mill be submitted lo tho Assocla- Ho predicted that Hawaii could save
lion on Thursday. i& million dollara a year In this way.
The next subject taken up wns the Smith nslted If tho plantations could
uso of oil for fuel on tho plantations. 'not uso their own alcohol.
Mr. Williams stated that Its use Instead Williams Bald that the mills could
of coal on tho locomotlies on the l'uu-lnot economically run each their own
nene plantation Bhowed a saving of It plant. Alcohol could not replace coal,
per cent from tho com of coal. He said laa It waa moro expensive, but It could
that It wns also very successful In uso,0 used for explosive engines and pro
on steam plows. James Scott stated ',nbly In tho future for lighting pur
that on tho Klbe plantation he hadjposc).
saved 31 tier tent In the cost of fuel by T- c i)avcs said that wasto mo-
"leus r "; , , lasses could bo used for atock
tv. 1. muim miKKi'iueti mm mu mnii
ngora of the various plantations should
pay each other visits and learn In this
way from each other. Royal I). Mead
read an Invitation for tho members ot
the association to lunch at tho Young
Hotel today, after which the meeting
adjourned till morning.
PLANTERS MAY BUILD
The lands the new company owns In fco simple, and also the lands which It now holds under lease, and also
the 1.000 acres to be selected by It out of tho tract of 2,400 acres arc all so situated In reference to each other. In
reference to Improvements and buildings, and in reference to tho store and to the railroad depot, 30 that all can be
niort economically and advantageously managed as ono great enterprise.
WAIIIAW'A-CONSOUDATED PINEAPPLE COMPANY, LIMITED, starts without a dollar of In
debtedness, and Us only liability is its capital stock: It has all the resources, properties
and aaiantagcs or tne two oiu companies, increased by combination.
Principal among Us properties arc the following, to-wlt:
LAND. ' '
400 acres of land In fee simple $100,000.00 ' '
1,450 acres of land under lease ! 24,200.00
1,200,000 pine-apple plants hearing 1907 and '08 $ 9O.0O0.no
800,000 plne-npple plants nowly planted 27,500.00
300,000 not valued or planted
10 acres ot growing sugar cane 1,000.00
(Continued trom Page 1)
m t-es In which plantations were watch
ing the Maul forest reserve matter
with Interest to see how It worked, bo
fore they ventured to surrender any
land. It was therefore well to liavo a
full ami drnr understanding of tho
Ilosmcr said that If tho owner wished
lo reserve other rights, when ho set
usliln IiIh land, thcro would bo no ob
jections to IL Thcso points could bo
covered In tho contracts.
Smith said that another difficulty
encountered wns that tho Governor
could with tho conson- 11.- tno Land
Commissioner, tnko out any portion ot
tho government forest land. Tho ob
Jeitlon had been mailo that It was not
fair that tho government could with
draw la ml from Its own reservations
lasses could bo used for stock feed.
This would diminish the supply which
could bo used foralcohol.
Sugar Comes FlrttV
Williams answered that only 3 cents
n gallon could bo obtained for wasto
molasses as stock feed, whllo some
thing ovor 4 cents a gallon could bo
hecurod for It for distilling purponos.
As Manager Kalrchlld of Kapaa, who
waa to read a report on cultivation,
was not present, a temporary break
occurred In tho program. W. O. Smith
suggested that a .general discussion
bo started. Williams started tho ball
rolling by saying that as far as tho
alcohol matter waa concerned, It
would always pay to get as much su
gar out of tho molasBCH as possible
before It was used to mako alcohol
W, O. Smith asked If thcro waa nn
way of saving moro augar from the
J. N. S. Williams answered stating
that for tho last twenty years experi
ments had been going on to this end
and that thcro was little hopo of a
J. A. Scott of llllii proposed that the
timo wns rlpo for tho planters to form
wlilin it.n ,i..,.t ...i.it. ... i company in conuuci a control uisiit
pbIiIo land, could not do so.' l'" '" ,lls!1" nmlasscK Into alcohol
Can Reserve Rights lirom tno plantations 011 tne islands.
.. ..... I tt llilu (tiftl lifirl tt Iinni41l (do .
llosmer iinswcrci thai thorn emilill"' "" """ " u.wi, .., uci-
bo no Impropriety In a plantation's 1 "'""i1 alcohol could bo done very
putting a similar provision In Uh con-1 :hcanl'r, ani1 t,ie waB,e ln nola8CS
tracts. There was ono plantation oni'11"10'1 ,nt" Profltt.
Oahu which was considering a surrcn- '' u- Tenncy stated that ho was In
iler of land, hut reserved tho right to fnvor of Incorporating the Association
tako back such portlona as It might ,0 ,ako un lhla wnrk ani1 tnat hn bc"
need for homesteads or cultivation. "eved that thoro would lio a great sav
V. H. Ilodcrt kalil Hint whlln tlm itiuh.'lng to the members of tho Assocla-
op Estate had not entered Into aiiyltlon- Ho stated that If. as a corpora-
contracts with tho (lovernment It had I """ ",K aw.-iihih uiuo win ramwi
created forest reserves on Its own I for ,,aKs nn "llg ono llcnl B Krcat "1,v
hook, which amounted to about B0.000 '"K eoxm " ma(le'
Merchandise and fixtures $ 1,400.00
Accounts due store 800.00
Notes due 2,173.00
BUILDINGS AND TEAMS, TOOLS, ETC.
Dwelling houses, camps and stables $ 11,610.00
Store building ,
Tools, teams, wagons, and Implements
CANNERY, MACHINERY AND 8UPPLIES.
Machinery $ 2,500.00
Iloxcs and packing materials 900.00
nottllng supplies 1,170.00
Fruit Jars 8,184.00
Canned product unsold 8,375.00
9 paid up shares Wahiawa Water Company 8tock $ 3,000.00
Herd Jersey cows 3,000.00
Cash on hand 4,000.00
to 00,000 nrrcH.
T. Cllvo Davles said that ho under
stood that II." acres of liltio gum at
Cultivating and harvesting crop $ 14,000.00
Mr. Scott assented to tho suggestion'
and said that ho thought that tho mat-; CHOP OP 1908.
tcr should bo taken up at onco to tako I
It Is apparent that the company will need a cannery or an enlargement of tho old cannery for the preparing
for market ot the crop of 1907, and It Is proposed to meet this demand. It will also bo best to put under cultiva
tion, at once, not less than 200 acrca more ot Its lands, and thus1 have room for Its accumulation ot planta In 1907.
It Is proposed to offer for sale on public subscription $CO,000 of Hi capital stock at par, and that tho funds so raised
shall lo used for tho building of a cannery, and the extension of Ha cultivated lands. Thcro will thus bo left Id the
treasury for future extensions of Ha cultivated lands and future Improvements, $47,000.00 ot stock, par value: and
this Is believed to be sufficient to put all ot Its holdings ot land under cultivation,
CASH AVAILABLE FOR 1907.
Cash now on hand $ 4,000.00
Sundry realisations 3,000.00
Sale of balance of crop for 1906 8,376.00
Sale of green fruit .' 625.00
Sale of crop for 1907 40,000.00
!! $3500 !!
Tho crop of 1908 will be from 600 acres, which will, at a very conservative estimate, produce four tons per acre.
or 2,000 tons ot green fruit, which will make 60.000 cases of canned product, which at tho lowest present price ot $3.80
per rnso will sell for $190,000, which after deducting expense of raising and packing will be $76,000.00 available tot
dividends In 1908.
CHOP OF 1909.
pdvantago of tho law going Into effect
011 Jan. 1st. Ho stated that probably
n special steamer for tho work would
have to bo owned nnd run by tho Com
pany. The molasses could bo handled
by ptpo lines nnd In tanks Just ns oil
la nOW handled. 1 -ri.n crnn nf lOliri Uflll ti rrnm I l(lt a. rna and tulll Iia n !.. i nnn Inna nt , r.,ll no lAAHAn ..
!M Willi III II. I fl --f- -' .w.'v ..... ,.v ..u... ,vw .i,it, a,t n, u,.- at (.., ,,uvw .una ut tjw, ...,,, u, .vw.vvv vow v.
Mr. Williams stated tnat in cuna canwi prodiict. which will bring If sold at $3.60 per case. $350,000. leaving a balance of $94,000, after deducting tho
will buy tho lino Residence nf MH.?nBo ' ero being erected and C0Bt nf ctvatlng anil ,,acknB, available for dividends In 1909.
CHUCK HOY on Kamchameha IV. thnt the molaBses would bo shipped In I
Road near Car Line, With Its largo ilcamera earning from 3000 to 4000
airy rooms ami with nearly ono nro tn lor tho distilling to bo dono on After 1909, the whole of tho land of tho company win be In full bearing, and the crop can be taken from 1,250
of ground tastefully laid out and plnut- l" Atlantic seaboard. 1 acres each year, without extending tho plantation, and should tie. at least, 6,000 toss of green fruit, or 126,000 cases
etl with flowers and fruit trees It Mr. Williams stated that to rtart a of canned product, which, If sold at $3.50 per caso, will bring $437,600,00, leaving a balance, nfter deducting the cost
makes ono of the BEST HOMEa In tho plant for this purpose would cost $238.- of raiting and packing, of, at least, $125,000 avallablo for dividends each year, or over 30 on the entire capital
suliiirliH of Honolulu 1000 exclusive of wharfago rights, otc.xtock. Tho rental and preparing of additional land for expansion of the plantation lias not been Included In the cstl-
E, I). Tenncy suggested Pearl liar-1 males of yearly cxpenBcs, as It is proposed to pay Uicbii out of the fund created by selling tho balance of tho treasury
lleio are n few other Bargains foribor ns a good bIIo on account of Its I stock, controlled by tho company.
)ou; j proximity to thrco largo plantations.
W500. 11 bdr. 76x150 Young St. ",H JV '!' n,B 'A0, tnci ,lmt lil'''p '"M Krom tho foregoing It will bo seen that thoso desiring a profitable, permanent Investment can not do better
. ... ... . lc01. J10.! , ..'!' ., 1 than put omo ot their money Into tho stock of this company, moro cupcclally since It Is already on a dividend-pay.
$3000.-1 lieilr. with 1 ncri'H ground, J. T Molr of tho Onomea Sugar lnK i,-,,!,,. Wih prospects uncnuallcd In tho Hawaiian Islands.
I Company alnted Hint ho was veryl .
much In favor of Incorporating tlm An-1 ..,,,. ,,.,,, , ., ...... . . .; . . .
M...,i 1.,. ii, ,ir,.r,u,.u -,..., ..,10,1 It will lie noted that In making these estimates for future years, we liae placed production very low. n fact
ami alaled that he belloved that they'"11"'1 l"w('r ",Bn "", "verago crops produced at Wahiawa during the past eight ears, and have also placed prices
' 1 asu Iniu 117 s fin thin lit t-nti nil nliiiinlutii A nf nantlnii anil un llitl ..,. . I ., nil ; t . 1 ! . U hU. .iU !... I
I $2750. I bedr. '50x90 Klliim Bt.
1)1300.-3 bedr. 60x1(10 (Inllelt Ave.
I300;I bedr. 60x130 Kukul St.
.On., Utc, Cte,
I Iihvo 11 iiiiinlier nf nuliiiprnvcd lols,
111 snlo nil eiuy puyiurnts nnd It will
Iki well (or 011 in roiisuli urn licfum
liuyluu your Itmil limalo ns I (IAN
ihavi; von moni;v.
P, E, R, Stmuch
rniild do morn and "buy nil our sun- "ry '"" Wc ,,n ,nls lnrm'Bh abundanio of caution, and so that eery one who Is at all posted In the pineapple bull
piles, hay and grain and do up all I ' my kP0 ,l"'1 ,l,e Prospect Is better thin our promise.
thi'sn 1111 liess linuicH liy whom wo
11 ro being dnnn up nM'ry day." (Voice The genrral nunocemciit nf this great enterprise will be In llm hand of Ihom worthy of the fulteit iputldenT,
Irum nudlt'tire, "And the Inteplslaiul 1 and whom iiulfnrm past sunrsi sliei us tonlldrmn In the future nf the company.
U M f'nimwmi' " Wl niloht tfi Imv a '
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tlU'Spilllir, UMI, I
Tliu iiii'illnit, uller a sluirl iIIkciim
linn nf nwilieud linlloy lines fur
JiiimiIIIHK nun', whlrli mis ilirlili'il In
lin loo iikinilui fur iiuilku Hsu, ml
HIIIM IU MMI Ml lliu ;HHlm"lll
HIHIIUH HI .u 1 III
It s rxieitnl that the imderslKiieil w
the pew iiiiiiiany,
ie hill Id in. 7Scts ner momhi"'''""'"-iaiii6'a
-,-w v..fw.p..t .tf..H I"" F.r --, IIIUIMJiejWJJJIIlUU
b of ihoie mint Interested and inot atllto In llm iiuiinuuiueut nf
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