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EVENING nOLLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUItSDAY. FEU. 27. 1903.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. llspld progrcs. Thorough
training, 27C Ilcrotniila St., City.
Hue Sign. 3921-lm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should ba loft at tho Ha
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Home for Sale
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LOTS FOR SALE
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1 1 R don't ril!y seem to unto ionic! get away from us."
mi, ii nthi. iiin iri.i.inmini i Heproientatlvc llnrdy. of Texas,
. . , ,., , , ., I back In 1890 wai tlic Irailvr of the
probabilities for whom tho, ,., , ,.
liol pollot arc expected to i;el
out ittirltifT the next nine months and
thout thcmsclvo lilmk In tho faiei.
anil work iiji utrect torncr riots, and
generally rip up tho landscape.
When they meet face to fate these,
our rhal heroes they necin rather to
take It nil ns a (omfurtable Joke. It's
just possible that tho aspcrltlcR of po
litical campaigning would be much
modlllcd If thoso outside, tho Inner clr-l
clca could know tho relations ninonis)
thoro wlionro at the front In the game.
of politics. ,
Mr. llrjan recently called nt the!
White Monro and talked at length with
the President, urging his views on cur
rency reform and discovering that at
to u good ninny essential thing they
wcn niillc In agreement. When lr.
Uryan met Secretary Taft hu re
"Well, Mr. Secretarfy, tho nnt
I'renlilent'a going to bo named Hill,
anyhow. They can't beat us out of
Secretary Taft met Mr. Uryan latr
In the Democratic cloak room of the
House, and tho story goes that Mr.
Uryan accused the big becrctary of not
"Why can't you content yourself
with shlnnylng o.i your own side? I'm!
working this side of the btrect," Mr.
"O, wc get 'cm from all sldos now
Rdays," retorted tho secretary.
"Yes; especially your platforms niU
policies," Mr. llrynn came bad; quick
ly. "If you'd Just leno ua thoy
you'd bo welcome In all tho votes you
U L IM.L1.J WW ! . 1 L r
(Continued from Estre 11
growth, but the ri fittest Injitiy tci
tho crop was caucd by tho wet wca-
titer of November, December, 1!)(J01
and January, rebittary and March,
1907. During these flvo months and tho crop as a whole promises bet
there wero -12.71 Inches of rnln. Tho ter yields of enno and Btigar.
effects of this heavy rain extended fjron jqqq
over tho greater pint of tho month of
Apill. Dining that part of tho Boa-, (mm tho following areas: l'lnnt cane,
son ondlng April Ililth wo lint! lnanu- l,28.'l acres; long Hist r.ittcinns, 270;
faeturcil one-half of tho ontlro crop; l(mK second rattonns. 1,907; long
tho tiuetoi-o In rano had leveraged third r.lttoons, l,2'il; short rattoons
12.89 per cent , mid It hud taken 8.79 (estlmatcdj, 2K0; total, r..flfi7 acres.
Ions or enno to make n ton nf sugar. Outside plantuis, (il acres. Totul for
It would liaov necdci) ury high stl-.tliu crop of 1909, i.,12S acres,
i row in rnno for tho remaining half, Q10 UxmmUi ,me ,,,, ,,
of tho crop to inako up for tho low c,RlltJ.8lx lvcl0a r le ,llut rano nro
Eticrtmo in tho.llrst half. .,, , , . ,. ,,,.
As stat6d In my last report, tho
pumping expenses for tho crop wero
high, mill the falling off In yield of
hUgar per urio made nil tho Items of
cost 'nf production higher In propor
tion. Kortuiiately for us, tho net ic
turns per ton for tho crop wero high
er than in 1000 by SS.0U.
Tho crop o? 1008 will bo harvested
fiom tho following men: l'lnnt cano,
2,029 acres; long flrnt rattoons, BSS;
long second rattoons, 1,379; long
third rattoons, U0; long fourth nil-
toons, 101 ; sltoit rnltouns, "aiiB; to-
tal, 4,862 acres,
Of tho total aica thcro nro 24 1
acres of unlrrlgatcd cane on tho up -
per lands; 1, IOC acres of tho plant
cano uro on the new Halemano lands,
Irrigated with water fiom the Wa- the Ilelcmnno gulch nnd delivers It
hlawn leservolr and I'nnmolio Oulch.' to tho uppor Ilelemnnn lands. Tho
Tho benefit derived from these nat- tptnl cost nf this work will bo ulicmt
ursil fcourceB of. water Is shown by, $20,000. Including tho cost of exca-
fonipnilson of tost of water for irrl- vutlon, Intake, weir and extension nf
gating dining bovornl senbiins, ditch for delivering tho wntcr Into
Wo began grinding on December, tho llelomano leservolr and tho W'a-
14, 1907, and liuvo tuken off to dnto hlawn ditch. The stream lias n largo
(February "it, 1908.) 0,150 tons of How nnd has not failed during the
tlgar Tho aveiage sucroso In cjne,nlno jeara It has been lindor obsor-
to date lias been 13.6 per rent, or.yallnn.
1.1 per tent', higher than last jeai-.l Tho ditch Is 12,132 feet lone, 10,-
boltliiK found money l)cim'rals of
Die I. one Star State. He v,as tho head
nnd ertonllU'ntlon of oppo'ltlou to
Willlutn Ji'iinluKB Uryan at a Prenl
dcntlnl candidate, bellcvlnp him rep
resentative, of the danRCroiis radha'
Ism of tho time, Knya the New York
Krcnlnu Tclegram'so WashliiKton cor
respondent. yhcreforc the rntlsfactlon In Dem
ocratic circles over lila foiwerslor..
hen Xlr. Itryan camo to town the
0tilcr ,ny and appeared on the lloor of
thi Iloute, Judgo Hardy ueiit to n
Western Dtmocrat v, ho for tnnr.y years
ban been a personal friend of the N
bruska leader and Raid:
"I'o been associated nlth tho antl
llrynn Democrats for a gtiod many
j ears, and I want you to tuuo me and
present mo to Mr Uryan I v:ant to
tell Ii 1 in that under new conditions,
and In view of the new l'iiej before
the country, I am for him."
Tho mutual friend promptly per
formed fhe little ceremony of Intro
ductlou, and .Judge Hardy was given
opportunity to repeat his assurance
that this year ho Is for Uryan, and be
lieves that the rest of the old lino
"Down In our country there Is no
division," ho said, "braiiiie wc aro all
for you, and I belli v tho same U true
Mr. Uryan dnlar.'d fo many per
sons had been tendering similar guar
antees nf Eiipport of lain that he was
convinced the Democratic party nt
length was reunited and linn in Its
dt termination to make a fllit with n
"n'1 --:! l,er "cnl- b'sher than In
1!MJG. Tho yield In tons nf rano per
"ie 1'lghor than up to the kjiiiio
ditto last year. The estimated yield
for the cinp Is is.onn tons of sugar.-
Tho weather Blnce the heavy rains
of-lust year has been warm and dry,
Tho crop of 1009 will bo hnrvcstc-J
in tnu nun (ittifi nt iiiiiviiihiiii) r
etilu mid Kcnioo, lulgalcd entirely
by water (mm the Wahlawa rcsorvolr
mid other ditches.
Tho nppeiirmicu of the iung cano
Is encouraging, and we may expect a
fcoocl yield of cano fiom tho largo
nrca to be hancstcd.
1-or tills crop wo have about 17U
acro of now laud to plant on Holo
inniio, nlicndy plowed, and nro now
plowing about S00 acres mora of tho
old lands. Tho total area of plant
cano for the crop of 1910 will
about 70o acres, nnd tho area
tho crop over 5,000 acres,
! The only expenditure on this ne
count during tho year has been for
tho ditch that, takes tho wntcr out of
421 feet of tunnels, and 1,067 feet of
From tho lower end of tho Hole-
mano ditch the extension is .ou
feet long to n point at an elovntlon
of 1,050 feet, whore tho wntcr can I
be taken Into tho Wahlawa ditch and
reservoir sysjeni, or, Inter on. may
bo used on a 3,000-ncro tract of cano
lanii lying between tho 1.050 nnd
The following shows the amount
of water delivered to us by tho W.i
nlawa Water Co., Ltd.:
(lallons delivered During 1900 to
Dec. 31, 5,102,475,200; during 1007
to Dec. 31, 8,151,491,518; totnl to
Dec. 31, 1907, 13,C03,90i',,7l8 gal
lons. Rainfall nt head of ditch During
1900 to Dec. 31. 110.12; during 1901
to Dec. 31, 255.7.
ltalnfall nt rosenolr During 100C
to Dec. .11, 33.17; during 1907 to
Dec. 31, 48.7.
During the pnst year the leaf-hopper
has given very little tiouble, nnd
with the large number and variety of
parasites thnt we now have they do
not cause nny further anxiety.
Cnnc-borcrs have appeared again
In large numbers, and It has become
necessary to collect and destroy tho
beetles. The damage demo tn the
rop of 190C was slight on n laigo
part of tho nrca, but some Holds were
The areas under cultivation on cor
icspoiullng dates were:
Orowlnc Cane Jan. 1, 1907, S.077
acres; Jan. 1, 1908, 9,099 ncres.
Wc took off, during 1907, l.CIl
tons moro sugar than dining looi;,
and added 992 acres of cano land to
the area of growing crops.
Enough land has been cleared nnd
put under cultUatlon to allow for an
annual crop of over 5,000 acres, com
mencing with the year 1909. This
niny be expected to produco niTaver-
ngo crop of 30,000 tons of sugnr, with
mi nvcrago yield of C tons per acre.
This ti n conservative estimate, ns
six tons per aero Is less than the av
ci ago yield of tho last seven crops.
All the difficult and cxpcnsUe land
clearing Is finished, and so 'much nf
tho railroad, ditch and reservoir sys
tems havo been completed thnt but
Itttlo moro remains to be clone.
The nddltlonnl three-roller mill
will give the crushing department uf
the mill enough capacity to take caru
of a crop of over 30,000 tons of Btigar
unci do good work.
Tho bolllng-hoube department has
not yet been tested with tho mills
l tinning at high speed on cano of
high sucroso content.
On December 31, 1907, there wero
3,352 tons of sugar of the crop of
1907, for which wo had not received
credit on uccount, 574 tons of tho
crop of 1908 manufactured nnd ship
ped from Honolulu nnd 67C tons on
hand ready for shipment. Thcso su
gars have a net value of $300,000. as
against the amount of our account
with Castle & Cooke, Ltd., of S!13C
348.02. We have paid off $12,000
of our bonds .during tho yoar, and
had (10,071.15 In cash on Decem
Tho plantation has been nt great
cxpenso during tho jt-ar for the cost
of bringing Portuguese mid Spanish
laborers to tho country, has built a
largo number of now cottages fdr
them, has built new camps fur labor
ers on tho new lands, and has rcmoJ
cled tho Japanese camps.
I can nuil. ii no ncciirnto estimate of
tho expenditures that may bo neces
sary for Immigration purposes nnd
for building houses for InimlgrnntH
mid their families.
Ily tho iiso of the Helciiinno dltrh
there will be mi additional saving In
tho cost of water for Irrigation; the
12-rqller mill will tako oh the crop
more rapidly and at less cost; there
are no lauds to clear of lantnnn or
slono for this ear's planting, nn-J no
ether pcrmnncnt Improvements of
gieat cost aro tn bo made.
With tho larger nrca uf cano land
Hint wo now control, I cnn promise
the company reduced cost uf produc
tion unci la I gel' clops,
During the past yearn wo havo
been ti situated that crops uf about
20,000 tuns have been tho limit of
production on all of tho available
lands controlled by tho company.
Crops of thnt tonnage cm u place of
this size, with Its peculiar illfllcul
ties, have barely paid tho llxcd charg
is mid expenses. A largo part uf tho
incrcaso In out-put fiom our present
urea will bo prollt.
Tho old board of otllccrs wns ro
elected for the ensuing year, with tho
addition of W. Pfoteuhnucr and J. A
MtCandleHs. who were mndo directors
A number of mito-owners wero
esterday examined. Mconscs wero
granted tn the following:
Wilfred Harrison, No. 202; Chillies
11. Hustncc. 201; T. 11. Petrlc, 200;
Hamanaka, 259; ltuss C. Ingram,
358; Xakaniurn. 257; Mltsuda, 260:
Dr. h. F. Alvarez, 266; J. IC. Dag
gett, 254; William J. West, 253; A.
W. Seabury, 252: S. F. Ilurbmik, 203
Tho applicants jet remaining to
bo examined lire as follows;
Allro T. Cooke, C. W. Otwoll. F.
11. Kales, John II. Fullor, Norman 13.
(ccIro, A. l.owls, Jr., Fred. Harrison,
J. Mghtfoot, Wm. (llffmd, 1-3. W. Silt-
ton. S.ini Wall. William WYInrlch. Jr.,
ChttB. H llalloj, Charles O Hottel,
Ulrhnrd SI. Campbell, John Homy
i iit ml. tit m o
w a. i.n i o
r"cent a WorTJ rCjpt a Worf
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quirk mid cash will get a big bar
gain, or wo will sell un tlmo. Coy no
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Ileef cattle for ralo at Knhnku. Hawaii
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Whlto Tokln ducks mid eggs. 1911'
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