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CHICAGO. 111., Feb. 26. The American, Italian unci French ntitomo
Mlcs In the Ncw-York-tci-l'arls rnco have now nrilveil lierc.
It pays to lie a president, wlirtlier
of a bank, n .sugar plantation, a So
ilely for the Suppression of Inslplil
ImllilcntF. or a baseball league. It
sort of places a man before the public
eye, and then of course, In the case
of the bank president and the sugar
plnnlatton owner, there Is always a
trilling cash remuneration. "I'icslcleiit
A. K. Vlerin. of the Kalanlnnaolo
baseball league, lionet cr, says that lie
Is satisfied with the way the world Is
treating him regardless of the fact
that he does not rrccle a primely sal
ary for his services as the ihlof ex
ecutive of the balMosfcrs.
Tlleothcr night he was elected dele
gate to the contention of the foresters
Lodge In Oakland, which will be held
some time 'luring the coming summer.
It Is a well known fact that Vlcrra' Is
popular with his baseball associates,
and that the Icnguc over whlih he has
lontrol has prospered since he took
charge of It, and there Is no doubt hut
that the Honolulu Foresters will re
i the their share of nltentlon when
ho goes to the Coast. He rays, how-.
(cr, that he uJII make a home run
for Honolulu when bis business In
Oakland Is complete)
Jlmmlc llritt's gold fish died down
at "Scotty" Mestons yesterday, and
the genial proprietor hai a blooming
hunch that Jamc3 "fun" lost out to
the Hauler In their 'trap which was
billed to mine oft Tuesday night. The
probabilities are that the light was n
The Knm track teams are getting
together and commencing to practice
with a vim, under the tutelage of Reg.
Istrar C. n. Livingstone, Mr. Living
stone devotes all ot his spare time to
looking over the boys' sports.
Stanley Kennedy has a good chance
to win the K. 0. Hall & Son trophy In
tho tennis matches thai are now going
on at Oaliu College. He won in IDO'i
ami another wrfh would niako tho cup
his for keeps.
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The Kami and i:io (J. A." (Vs. want u
llfty yard dash added to the progiar.i
of the big meet, and tho Knllhi Ath
letic cluli last night olfered a gold
medal for such an event as a special
Whal'a tho matter with a llfty yard
dash in tho meet, anyway? Are they
all nfrald of Kn Sue? McKcnrle' of
the Knins Is touted as being fun
enough to take earo of tho Chlneso lad.
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Tho only thing that Is, worrying
"I'rexle" Vlcrra now is the fait that
the fleet may happen along here Just
when he Is due to go away.
Games bcheduled for Saturday, Kelt.
23th, aro as follows: V. SI. C. A. vs.
Diamond Heads at 2:10 p. m. Puna
hou vs. Malles, after first game.
(lolfcra claim that tho courso nt
llalelwa Is much superior to tho one
at the Country Club. It lu smooth and
Tho Kam girls aro displaying very
much Interest In tho records made lu
practice by their colloglato chums.
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A. I.otu, the champion hurdlT of
tho Kama, la working out in n try for
a new rccoid,
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A "Jumping hole" Is now being pio
pared by tho Kam boys for uso In prac
Tho track meet of tho Kama and
t'ims will take place on tho ltth jirox.
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The IIHIcr street tennis tournament
(tarts next Monday,
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 200 on the 'nhone and ask for OTIINN.
IMdlo Tate and Willie Vlcla, the
wrestling managers, will como to
gether this nfternoon nt 2 o'clock nnd
f,to what can be done towards working
up a match. If they con come to any
tort of an agreement, the." will prob
ably sign articles for a meeting of
their respective giants on the fourth
of April. Tate wants tho tlmo In the
Interim to get his man In condition.
Vldn has been keeping pretty quiet
about tho man he Is backing, hut It
is generally understood Hint he Is n
Japanese, It Is sure that ho pitist
have a reputation for there Is all kinds
of money In sight to back him against
The advent of "Sailor" Hohcrts put"
another light on thj wrestling gnmo
for If the Kronleihcr-Japnnesc match
falls through, the husky belonging to
Unclo Sam will take on either of the
men. He bn everything to- gnln nnd
nothing to lose, anil ho Is eager for a
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, HAS 23JNTR1ES N0
I Handball is engaging the attention
of n great' many of tho athletes of Hip
Y. M. C. A. nowadays, and ns tho time
drnws ne'ar for the big matili tourna
ments', th'o plajers nrc spending as
much brtliclr time ns possible on the
pnnrlq Xt itrnstil llmrn nrn 9fl fit,.
tries for ''iho tournament. A largo
, trophy city will probnbly be Offered to
i the winning men In tho teams nnd
A meeting of tho athletic committee
of the Y.'M. C. A. h echcduled for this
afternoon to dceldp whether or not tho
Association 'Will onter a team In the
track mect,"ucxt month: Tho hand
nail toip'n'ament will talc- placo on
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All tho rarp'ntcrs' Interior work
f-hould be romplctci today on tho yacht
j Hawaii. Then tho decorators and
! painters will bo given n chanco to fin
ish the Job. Tho cabin h practically
I There is a strong possibility that
, the track meet botween the High
School nnd Calm College will not
. lake placo on Saturday, ns It was
I scheduled, nnd it may bo tnut the
I two schooli) will not ccmio together
hit nil. It sccniK Hint tho Oaliu ath
letes want tho meet on tho l'uiiahou
' grounds, wlillo tho High School con
' ttngont tlcmnnd tho Hoys' Meld.
I Fiom nil nctuunts, thnro Is a pretty
' s.qiinbble' going on at the present time
over the mnttcr nnd tho chnnres nre
against holding the meet Saturday.
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Temperatures G a. m., C9j 8 a. m
74; 10 a. m 70; noon, 73; morning
1 Ilaromcicr, 8 n, m 29.91; absolute
l..t.ii... o . ,! mn ..Hni.. . ..
iiiuiiiviitjr, o II. in., u.iuii, hiuiia JIUl
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m.,
71 per cent: dew point, 8 n. in., 05.
Wind fi n. m., velocity I, direction
N. K-; 8 a. m., velo'clty 3, direction W.;
10 a m.. velocity 3, direction 8.; noon,
icloclty 8, direction S.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
111., .09 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 129 miles,
VM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S, Weather Ilurcau
It Is learned that John D. Rocke
feller was caught by flio failure of
j the National Hunk of North Amotion,
I New York. Ho loaned tho bunk
1120,000 of Ills gilt-edged BCeuiIttos
In October to Bnvo It.
William Kobcrts, a burly sailor on
the U. S. S. Iroquois, Is the latest addi
tion to the list of wrestling finds lu
this city. He Is n big fellow, though
deceiving In his looks, weighing about
185 pounds in trim for a match, niVl
Is said to bo n wonder for Btrcngth,
Ills nrniB nrc as big ns an ordinary
man's leg, ami when ho shakes bnnilE
and nays "Ich bin gluchllch," etc., the
poor unfortunato feels as If ho had
met with a rock-crusher. Roberts Is
r. Herman, which fact Is apparent when
He has not wrestled for nhout a year
and a half. His last big mat,ch was
pulled off In Oermnny before ono of
the sports clubs there. Lost night hn
ran across Eddlo Tate, manager of
big Froclcchcr, and Immediately tossed
i challenge In his face. Tato backed
off, for Roberts Is a "dark horse" ar
yet, and sold that ho (Roberts) might
do for n preliminary match, thereby
getting a chanco nt ono of the top
notchcrs later. From tho appearance,
of Robortr, however, ho looks as If ho
could' go ar-alnst tho best of them
right now. Ho Is In tho best of con
dition and has been for some time. If
he tins skill and insldo knowledge of
the game In proportion to his npparcut
etrcngth, he should bo n man .worth
hacking to the limit.
CROP REDUCED BY
(Pontlnued from Po 1)
facturc were less than In nny one
year of tho previous six years unit
considerably below tho average. With
normal weather from tho tlmo of
tnsscllug nnd through tho harvesting
of this crop, nt leust 7000 tons nt
sugar would have been manufactur
ed. Instead of this result, there wore
manufactured from tho 60,009 tons
of cane harvested from tho Knhukii
fields G308 tons ot sugar. In com
parison It la Interesting to note that
In 190G the yield from the 00,025
tons of cane liurvcstcd from the Kn
huku fields was G713 tons of sugar,
and In another year, 1903, tho yield
from liG.IOG tons ot en no was G8G1
tons of sugar.
Crop or 1908. Tho cane ot this
crop recovered well from the sovcre
winter, weather of 1907 nnd hncl n
rapid giowth until the tlmo of ma
turity. All this enno tnssclcd early
with tho exception ot tho short rat-
toons, which tnssclcd sparsely. Tho
cane nrca Is ns follows: Ii38.4 acres
plant cane, 3Sfi acres long rat toons,
3I1.G acres short rnttoons, a totnl ot
KTiT, .acres. This should yield G'KO
tonB of sugar.
Harvesting this crop commenced
on December 10th. Up to tho pres
ent writing, February 4th, 3018 tons
of aiignr havo been manufactured.
Tho fields harvested havo yielded ns
much hiignr ns was estimated.
Crop of 1909. This crop will bo
harvested from 098.91 acres plant
cane, 370 acres long rnttoons, 387. &
urrcs short ruttoons, a total of 1,
KiG.ll acres. Over 95 per cent, of
tho unusually large acreage of plant
cane hud been pjanted and had re
ceived Its first Irrigation before tho
flitti of September. Tho fall weather
wav favorable, for growing cane. At
present writing this young enno Is lu
icniurkuhly good condition. All tho
fields of short rnttoons were brought
under cultivation before tho (lint of
Improcments. Tho only addition
niacin during tho year tn tho Improve
ment account was $1152.30, the cost
ot building a mi gar warehouse nenr
tho factory. This wns niado ncces
rury by tho continued failure of su
gar vessels to nrrtvo on time. In 11
number of Instances Knhtiku sugars
wcro stored several wceks'to prevent
limiting clown tho fnctory.
General. Tho continued practice
of burning off tho fields ot cane be
fore harvesting nnd of systematically
collecting borer beetles has resulted
in reducing the number of cane-bor-
ers. This pest Is found In constantly
dlmntshlng numbers. Tho fields nro
also comparatively freo from leaf
hopper and other pests.
Tho plantation buildings nro In
good repair, tho machlpery 1b In
first-clnss order and the rest of' tho
equipment Is In good condition, so
that thoro should be no abnormal re
pair expenses duilng tho coming
Fiom tho condition of tho sugnr
on arrival at the rollnortos, especially
buch Biigar 11s has been In ware
houses, a much-needed addition to
the equipment of tho fnctory is a su
gar drier. Such a plcco of machlnory
wojild not only tend to prevent tho
deterioration ot tho sugar between
tho factory and tho refineries, but
would also reiluco the cost of manu
facture by making It possible to pro
duce the snmo grndo ot sugar us at
present with less manipulation of
low-grado sugars and Icsb handling
of first product In tho sugar-room.
There was, considerable excitement
111 the runnhou section this forenoon
when a servant of Mrs. W. W. Dlmond
found a supposed thief 'leaving tho
houso through a window. Tho des'
crlptlon given of the man Is Hint he
looked 1 1 l.o a native. So far as known
will begin SATURDAY, the 29tli
and will continue during
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
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