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KVIiNINrt mn.l.KTIN. IIONOUM.U t ll Tl IIaIiAV I'ltli V Iftftf
f ' m acacasaasaf nass e a racsrTj ,i
Often the Cook Is Awuy
ir YOU HAVE A
Harrison Valueless Blue Flame
you don't mind; became in a minute, without the lenst trouble,
jou can prepare a dainty lunch
Even it you hive a coal or wood ttore, you need one of
these. People are beginninr to ute thein exclusively: they an
swer nil requirement!. We hare ocnt and compartment ttcam
cookers to fit theie itovei
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. FORT AND KINO STREETS.
on home decorations that
in harmony with your artistic scum:.
Wc offer our advice and experience in help
ing you to Milect Wall Papers ntul Paint that
will make any room just what it ought to be.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Phone 42G. 137 King Street.
A S well eat unbuttcTcd bread A S be without electric
lights, If you have not
Electric Incandescent Lamps
in your home you are really
the flavour, the sparkle, the comfort of life In 1907.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ld.
OFFICE: KINO near ALaXEA ST. PHONE MAIN 390.
2nd Performance by Reauest
HENRY VIERRA'S FAREWELL TO
SONQS, MUSIC, SKETCHES;
Tickets now on sale at Orpheum
DIVISION No. ONE ANO LADIES'
AUXILIARY, A. 0. H.
In celebration of
St- Patrick's Day
ST. LOUIS COLLEOE HALL.
8ATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1907, 8 p.m.
' ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
Tickets may be had from any of the)
members or at the Territorial
PURE, COOL WATER AT
The Weakly IMIttou or ma Evonlni
Dullctln glvo? it complete nummary nf
(tie nawa of tbe day, fBl a yax
AM) OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 HOTEL STREET.
Phor.o Main 218.
just the same as grown-ups.
One of the most distressing
complaints from which
children suffer is worms
and unless the proper rem
edy is used it will be of
long standing. Let us rec
ommend to your notice
BENSON'S WORM POWDERS.
Pleasant to take. Sure to
bring results. 26 cents a
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Por Want Column See Pag Sis
lloy'H linen to.it, military
Inquire, this oftlLo.
1'iist-rlnns s.tiltlle linreo.
0, llox T,V1.
Cheap r'Jpo, cool, mosquito-proof
hniifcelfeepliiK rooms, electric lights
and hot hath. Phone lllue 132.
Wank hooka of nil aortc, lejgera
etc., mannfucturi'il liy tho Bulletin Pub.
IN HNE SHAPE
That Klliel plrni'iilou la In Ml
kliHT than at .in, lime In It a lu
luin lilnlnry llm elicoiiinulnB i
statement mad by Malinger Hcntl nl
Hie Hiinnnl inwllnir ( Dm In, UnilJ.
rs nf Hip tnmpiiny yesterday nflvr-
noun Ills n-ixitl rcml fnllowM ,, (iniM nrnjip. m lilcU liml been lout
Tliln )rnr. un Hip wliolo, wna 11 In-, In Hio sliurTlc.
wirnhle tmc fur growing crops, 'lnrvry tniitiwrti I hut tip luul pig
though unfnrluniilely Iiki ilry to liu i cnn-holed llio iliiciiiiionl liy mlMiike.
uf tiiurli iiulnlamr until nlimil tho I A petition nsked Ihnt Hip imul from
rl.nu, ..r llm imi-1 IIloI,,, ii,. MiCully stud to .Mollllll be fixed up.
Months nf AiikiikI nml Hcptcmbur
quite n large iMiily nf illtrh water
tould lmr been furnished us by
I Maul Agricultural to. liml nut
uivlug In of some nf Hie tunnels toj.Mnich were niiiiniiiifcd liy Hie rlinlr as'
windward In Hip ditches, Jiml nfler
I tlip flriit henty rains nf tin- Beacon,
i-ut'od thin miiimp Ah It was, v
have prnct iciilly lintl In ilcienil up-
on our pumps for nil Irrigation wh-
I Icr for ten iniinllni nf Hip year.
Crop 190C The harvesting of I
till rro)i Iipriiii Teh. I Hi am) finished
Aiir 3d, ylcltllnR fi.lCt Ions of com
mercial BiiRar, or 1C1 ttinn moro than
we rHtlmalcil. The cane from Hits
I crop required u fraction otcr neuii
loiin to make one ton of miRar.
Crop 190. For thin we will cut
1 375 iirre- nf plant cane unit 370
I ucreit of rattmn nine, making the to
I lul urea to he lumcMPil 740 nrreH
All of the planted cane for thia
-crop which wan put In the Rrouml !
utiriiiK me inni'tT ifriibfin, imn iiuiiu
well, and nt. the preactit tlmo of
wrltliiR st III hIiohh a healthy Rrowth,
IhoiiRh the late planted cane, tha
l.mt of wnlch was not In the Rruunil
l.cfore Dec 23tl, 190r,, In what may
lip credited with the low estimated i
output nf sugar ilurlng 1907, nlso I
may state the late planted cane wan
rgnln seriously affected by the Kit
hopper pest. I estimate from this
crop a minimum nf 4,200 tonn of su
jrar, though practical plnntera of tliu
district interested iu our welfare fig
ure our crop at 4, COO tons.
It is pleasing to udd that only 5
pur cent, of thia crop has tassoled. A
start milling this ciop will ho madu
un or about July 15th.
Crop 1908. Kor thl wo hnvb
planted 201 acres and arc carrying
GOG acres of ratoonx, making n to' a I
of 710 acres for the crop. Tho plant
ing of this crop waa finished nt tho
i-amc time as the harvesting of tho
190f crop was completed, ami all ot
the ratoon cano taken under cultiva
tion nt tho proper senson. The ro
nilts from this crop I look for bciug
the turning point of the successful
liml profitable operating of your plan
The work of hilling up rntoona
wax finished the latter part of Octo
ber, about three months earlier than
has been possible heretofore, and tho
uppearance nf this crop nt present
writing Ik ho far ahead of anything
I have seen hero at tiio samo season
hitherto as to nltow ot making no
uimpnriMin, in fnat I lmvo novcr Been
tho plantation In better shape or tho
growing cano In a healthier condition
than it Is at present.
This crop should yield at least 5,-
000 tons sugnr for n comparatively
Tho regular fertilizer for this crop
rhouhl all he completed not later
than Feb. Kith, Just threo months
ahead of this class ot work In for
luer years, leaving only the addition
of nitrates to the Holds nt this crop
to bo attended to during tho harvest
ing season of lull".
During the earlier part of the
year, and Just following the kciIoih
lllnchs of your President, Mr. . 1 V.
llaldwln was appointed managing ili
'lectnr, and with whom the writer haa
been In direct communication on
matters relating to the policy of
working your plantation, since his
After giving u detailed statement
of the rainfall each month, totaling
14.88 Inches, tho report continues:
Since January 1st, 1907, to tho
I'.llth instant wo have had n rainfall
of 4.41 inches, which gives u very
promising outlook fur tho current
Pumping Plants. Tho work of ull
of our pumps throughout tho year
has been tellable, good, and etouom
leal, and with fuel oil reduced from
J 1.40 to 1 per barrel, slnco Juno
8th, tho future cost of operating
these pumping plants should bo ma
Hlnco Dec. 1st, wo havo bad our
locomotive running successfully us
an oil-burner at a large saving over
that of coal.
All our pumpH are haying a com
plete overhauling, and should bo In
first-class shape to start again al
most any day from now, should thev
Ditches and Reservoirs. Owing to
tho good rains throughout tho
months of December, IVOR and Juu
uury, 1907, wo have been ablo to
get all our main ditches (supply and
Irrigation) cleaned out, unit ut pres
ent are making ubu of our Bpure field
labor In cleaning out the S to a feet
of soil and silt that has collected In
our main and largest reservoir.
On account of tho low price of su
gar ruling and tho better ditch sup-
' fly of wntor wo run with somo con-
flih'iii'it look for dmlng the your 1907
our nrlglnnl Intention of expending
t IT, ODD on a now uiaului reservoir
was abandoned for the tlmo being,
Tie iiicttlntt nf"lho Poind if Hutwr
limia InM nUlil n Imt n short iiiip,
"'"I "UtaM tit n Irdliius null! nlmnl
f 1 1 irl t-. everything rnt mi In n
M. I!. .Mr-nun wiiilc Hip Hoard re-
vnrillntr u iu.lltl.ui f.ir nli-i trip llulllti
ll wns tpfrrrrtl In Hip rn.ul nininiltlcc,
Tlip bonds nf I'nink I'lilila, Hun.
JuliiiKtin, Jack Kpiiiniiilpt, Curtln Ian
lira ami W .Inrrrtl were upprowtl,
Tlip estimate for Hip liiniitli nU
County Clerk, nlllte clerks
Comity Clerk, M. ami 8. . . . .,
County Auditor's nllltp ...'.
County Aiulltnr, At. unit S. .
County Attorney "h otllce
County Attnrup), M .nml 8.
County Treasurer, ofllco clerk
County Treasurer, M. nml S. . .
County office rent
County Engineer pay mil ....
County Engineer, M. ami H. ..
Keepers of paths panill ...
Walanae . . .
Police department 5,920
Police department, M. and R. .. l,iuo
Plro department, payroll 3,100
Fire department, M. and 8 GOO
(larhago department, payroll .. 1,500
Electric Light department, pay
Electric Light Department, M.
ami S 750
Police and Fire Alarm sjstem.. 100
Police and Fire Alarm system,
M. and S 1(,u
llnwnltnu Hand, payroll 1,250
Hawaiian Hand, pa) roll, M. and
Archer kicked. He said ho did not
understand why Ewa did not get moie
Dwlglit wanted $15,000 for Honolulu.
ItustAcc said It was no go. hut $11,000
might be possible. Dwlglit said Koo
lauloa was Retting $900, which was
moro than It wns entitled to. Hustnre
explained that the large amount was
necessary in .March, but that dlstilct
would got less In the future. County
Engineer Gere explained that ll was
desired to push the work on the Pupil
ken homestead road.
Dwlglit said that the Territory sold
the lots with tho understanding Hint
pnrt of the proceeds were to pay for
roada to them After that the Terri
tory tried to put the road-biilhllug up
to tho County, which did not get any
thing nut of the. sale.
1 1 list ace explained that the udded
I'liioanl given Koolnu wns due to the
lavages of tho storm.
Aicher kicked again. Ewn was not
getting all that was coming to her. He
wanted morn money.
"Wo can't do it," said tho chair.
"1 don't see why," cried Archer.
Every cent that Is spent in Ewn is niu
(ndamlzcd." Then ho went on to ex
plain how Ewn was being done. He
.viih quite excited.
Hustaco tried to perbuade Archer to
be economical. As t was thcio would
not be a cent of rcservo at the end of
Archer still demurred. Ho said It
wns n shame to treat Ewn that wuy.
Dwlglit eamo to tho rescue. Ho ulso
thought that Kooluulon was getting too
Oerc explained that tho work could
not be done pmperly for lebs than $300.
Dwlght Haiti that $20,000 had already
bepii spent on Koolnu roads, and still
none had been macadamized.
Here snld that roads had to ha mnda
heforo they could be macadamized. Ho
suggested that Dwlght take a tlip
around tho (stand to seo these roads.
Dwlght wanted to cut Kooluulim In
$700 nml to give Ewn tho remaining
$J0O. A motion to make the cut car
ried. Archer moved to glvo Walalua only
Harvey nintlo It $700.
Fern Biiggcsted $800.
Archer moved to glvo Ewa $1250
from the general and $100 from tha
fcbceln! fund, lie was Informed that
this was tho amount of tho estimate
us amended. The estimates were then
passed as amended on motion by Fern.
Tho following bills were ordered
Fixed Milarltjs, $1070: County Cleik,
$310; Attorney, $765; Treasurer, $125;
Auditor, $125; Poundniuster, $30;
County Huelnccr.v $275: keenera of
parks, $200; Kaplolanl Purk, $381; Po
lice department, $6000; Police and Flra
Alarm syMein, $157.50; Hlectilu Lltht
dcpuitmcnt. $G91.25: Ewn road dlHlrlei
$123; Koolauloa road, $403.75; Walalua
roati, jt,3.r,n; uoad department, $1450;
Onrlmge department, $200; Klro de
partment, $3398; Hawaiian band, $1250;
Knnluupoko road, $255.05.
it ii w f i tt - a & n
though I am confident tnis wlllToTu
very valuable ussot of tho planta
tion's, just as soon us circumstances
will permit Its being made,
lleforu closing this report I should
Just like to add that ut no tlmo In
the history of this plantation havo I
seen Hits pioperty In such good shnpe
or better encouragement ahead than
nt the present time (present sugar
Tho following officers wordoIcct
ed: It. P. llaldwln, picsldcnt; D.i
ld Kawnniiuukou, vice president; J.
P. Cooke, treasurer; B. U. Puxtou.
secretary; D. II, Murdoch, auditor,
flniinl of illruelors: ll. P. llaldwln,
Ii A. Thui'Bloii, David Knwnunnnknn,
8. Lesser, .1. II. Boper, Malinger, A,
Showing of New
which we have just re
ceived from the factory
The Very Best
ARE USED IN MAKING
and the result is the most de
licious of all beverages made
from the grape. This means
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Henry May & Co ,
Phone Alain 23
COYNE FURNITURE G0..LTD.
High Marked Tapa Cloths. Titis,
Idols, Stone Adzes and Clubs. Beau-
KAWAH&'sOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Moana. Young and Hawn. Hotels.)
will be continued until
By. .Special Request
OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED. FURTHER REDUC
TIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTU
NITY TO GET BARGAINS. EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED IN
PRICE. COME AND EXAMINE THE GOODS AND PRICES,
AND BE CONVINCED THAT THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY
YOUR CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS.
J L. B. KERR
mS,'Mi.ii! . i,t,tk..tt,n
Serial Story No. 16
The Work That Requires
the dainty summer gar
ments of the gentler sex
are a specialty of ours dur
ing, the warmer months,
wc have ironers for this
work who do nothing else;
ihey are cxnerts at it, and
it is only reasonable to say
that they can launder such
garments much nicer than
they can be done at home.
Man Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
J. H. HERT8CHE.... Central Managei
Small and Medium Olzes, ComplaU
f A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Noa. 44-50 King 8L, KaUay Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith ate.: Tel. Mf'n 189.
& CO., Ltd.
THE ISENOERQ RESIDENCE
Completely Furnished. I shall bo
glRtt to treat with other agents In this
matter, bttt,princlpnU must bo parties
who would lease for their own homo;
not for Hub-letting. Kent $100 per
JA8. F. MORQAN,
Houses on Young Street, Klnau
Street, Kmniu Square and Knllhl.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
A Better Remedy
.We know of no other rem
edy which gives such entire
.satisfaction, in the
CURING of any and nil
kinds of coughs as does our
RED CROSS SYRUP of
WHITE PINE with TAR,
that pleasant-to-take syrup
which Customers say is
BETTER than any other
cough remedy, they ever
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Pott and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN J 31
BOSTON BUDQ., FORT 8TREET.
Mike Wright Cigar
The beat smoke ssld In
, thlc markot. Try It,
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
THE SWEETEST MUSIC
you can have right in your own home
with a Pianola. It will always please
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,,
Odd Fellows Bldg.
la kept on file at E,
C. DAKE'8 ADVER-
T I 8 I N Q AGENCY,
124 8ansoma 81., 6an Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
d made font,