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mTN'INa BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II. flATtlllDAY. MAY 2, 100S.
S (fii Wh ffti ft fTS if B ffft "1
Realizing the great benefit the As
sociation has been to hundreds of Ho
nolulu citizens, nnd with a desire of
bringing; the snme benefit to many
otheis who want it, but feel the ex
pense too r.reat. Resolved: That the
Board of Control order ti specinl dis
pensation to be in force during the
following mouths of May and Juno,
That any person in good health be
tween the age of one and sixty years
may become a member of the Asso
ciation in Class A, on payment of
$3.00 membership fee.
That childien in good health be
tween the age of one and ten yeaM
may become r. 'member in Class B, on
payment of $1.50.
This to apjily only to the City of
Honolulu and Island of Oahu. And
tet it be further Resolved: That any
lr.cmbor who is in good health, and is
delinquent on any assessment, if said
asEcment is paid during the month
of May and June, 1008, all penalties
will be waived.
V. W. HALL, President.
J. H. TOWNSEND, Scy.
Honolulu. Auril 18, 1908.
"Do not let tlio mmd things f llf"
iln )ou nut of the MIST tilings."
. THE BEST LIGHT is the'
It is always the same old stor? with oil lamps daily trim
ming and filling, broken chimneys, smoking, ill-smelling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
Electricity his no disagricable features. Just press the but
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let U3 estimate the cost of wiring your house.
Hawaiian Electric Co., -Ltd.,
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
nfH5 Fon SAU GY
fl(F!L ALL FIRST CLASS GROCERS
MACMCO in I
JOUJS -MUSTARD-TOM VO
crMont5rey packing 9
. F.E.B001H. SoitAcw. ,
V l iwvcuw. r
Clarence W. Macfarlane
I In the Magoon Block
OLAA TO JOIN
B. P. DILLINGHAM GIVES MOST INTERESTING FINANCIAL REVIEW
OF BIG HAWAII PLANTATION CONTEMPLATES TAKING
UP LOAN WITH BONDS PROSPECTS THEN OF
DIVIDEND IN 1911
, Dillingham, vvlinn commenting nit of tlic plnmnilon piospect to which
dajs ngo on tho progro3s of, ho nttmhes hi' signature.. Tlio fore-
Olnn plantation, was aikcil liy tlio
II 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 man , for tlio elaboi ato
statement ot figures by whldi lie shows
that Olna In not only going forward
but should soon enter tlio list of divi
de ml payers. ,
This request Mr, Dillingham (oiild
not tntlsfy nt tho time. Ho ban re
viewed tlio Usurp vciy cirpfmly slnro
that dale nnd lias given tlio II u 1 1 o tl n
a very thorough ami elaborate Rlzlng
cast Is tho prinimt of Mr. Dilling
ham's obnTViiiluiis during his recent
trip to the plnniailoii In lompany with
S. M. Damon Mr Dillingham vvne
nblo to go iiur ibo situation person
nlly anil with tlio manager. Ills report
OLAA SUflAlt COMPANY, I.IMITKD.
FINANCIAL rOUIX'AST KOI I
Tin: vi:ai:s ioos, mod, 1010.
Tlio total Hondeil and Floating debt mi Dec. "I,
1'jiiT, uns ?,u.1L',t;;i'.l 47
Ilstlniuled tmi3 ot 'sugar lR.fiOO to return to tho
plantation nit of nil mat Kctlug thargo JU.im
per lull , t SI. 1H2 nun no
Oiicratlug ICxpraso, fixed Charges and lilt 'ir.T.i'.ir. 17
. intimated NH Cain inns 2n.3Sl.ST!
There U an nmhorbeil Ibiio of ltefiindlng Doiuln
nniounllug to $2,5UO,fiuO nnd Artvnnces to
taiiu contractors which will lio rctirned n
mounting In all to say i. 2.rat.2M.oi ' 2,S!M.r,!is.83
Kstlmntcd Floating Debt Doc. 31, li)S .,
CHOI' I'jOU. .
Aim to bo harvested, HiSr, neres, nt J','i Ions 21,
mil tuns nl nay JMi.on
0ieraliiig i:penses, Klxeil Charges ami Int. ...
Krtlumted Net Cain I'JOU.
Dodilil Jtliiinlril Kloallim Diht
IMImnted Crodll Ilalnmo Dec. 31. VMS .. $ 1S7.7II1')
Ihllmatcd yield to ho tho same as 13U'J 21,20 ( tons
at ?CO.un net returns ?..... si,278,2in on
nstlmalod OJorutlng Kxiiciisck. I'Uoil ClinrgfM nnd
Inturost ., Ml.r.n2 13
Kitlmated Net (Jain 1'JlO $ 313,fi57.r.7
Kstlmnted Crcuil llalanro Dee. 31,1010 S C31,37l.:7
The net earnings shown as Credit lialanco Dec.
31, ltilu, will iii-obably bo reduced by Capital
KNliendltnii) during lOOS-'O'J nnd '10, Eay S50,
000 per nullum '
l.eaVing an ettlinated Credit lialanco of say ....
CROP 1011. Ustlmated nroa to bo
harvested, 7,000 acres. This urea wlfi"
Incliido lands uldch liavo yielded C to
7 tons per ncro, therefore nn estimated
yield of I tons per acre 28,000 tons
for tho crop would bo coiibervntlvc.
Olna owns In feo 20,000 acres of
sugar land and controls, under long
lenses, spa er til thousand neres more.
Slnco Olaa Plantation was started, an
area of 12,000 ncre3 of land lias been
clearoJ, tho larger portion of which
of tho new variety (Yellow Caledonia),
which could bo raised In two to three
j cars on tho plantation, Olaa had to
purchase a great deal from othor plan
tations, iiirlng'tho past three years,
tho cost of seed has ueen ? 8 1,232.
Tho loss to Olaa, In consequenco of
tho ravages of tho leaf-hopper and root
disease, has not been loss, in our opin
ion, than $1,500,000, Olaa now gives
promUo of being a good dividend pay
ing property. Its area for cultivation
EARLY everything; that is
cooked requires flour ;xand h
you ouji always depend upon one
thing if its
it's the best in tho market
Alliiniey Ccncr.il Ileniciiu.i. 1 1 .
morning leeched wind that u cnllil
hail boon hiutiglit III riuicuiillig thel
ilculli ir the llltlc child 111 Ite
Shield's Iiimi.H'. which was limned tho
other day. Ktullng that tlio cause nf
the tiro was unknown. Heiuciiwny
sliyn that hu doi'K not see how tiny
other M-rdlcl could have been brought
In Ainbld'-i lug thu intviip In the tes
timony. A Jr.ymu'w woiiinn stated
that sho had seen one of tho chllilicn
plalng with matches a abort time be
fore the linuiL burned, bin flic thought
that she had taken them away from
Just One Tning
we would like to have yon nmlerstatul oliottt
was denso forest. This large area, lean bo gradually Increased to 20,000
Kinc Street, Eva of Fishmnrket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
WING CH0NG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSEI-DEN TOBACCO CO., ITD.
equal to 18'i tquaro miles, was ilrst
planted with Uihalna cane, which
yielded nearly 4Vj tons per nero tho
urst crop. Tho reason for planting
Lahalna cano nt Olna was thnt It had
been the fuvorlto variety, the largest
prouticor of sugar. There wcro sovcral
small patches of Lnhalnn cano then
growliiR In different parts of Olaa up
on land owned by coffeo growers.
The e patiliea produced (Pie, thrifty
cane, tho analysis of which, made by
ono of tho beat chemists on tho Island
of itauall, promised tho best results
nbtnlncil clsowhero. Hut climatic con-
oii3 nt Olaa proved iinsultablo for
that variety. It yns viciously attach,
en by, tho leaf-hopper In 1003-'01 ami
van alfo visited by root disease. Crnti3
In consequenco, fell off 7,000 to S.00U
tons per annum. Olaa lias now 12,000
mres of growing cane, tho larger por
tion of which Is Yellow Caledonia.
Only thoso familiar with sugar planta
tion wnrlt can upprcclato what It
means. In nine, labor and expense, to
chnngo tho variety of cano on on area
of 8,000 to 12.000 arreB or land. Tho
oxpciibo and tlmo required Is almost
as great as starting a new plantation.
SI3IJD. Tho question of seed Is also
a dltllcult one. Desldes all tho seed
J A. OILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
1PIRB AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
MannheiM Insurance Co.
D '' "
to 21,000 acres or nn annual area or
10,000 to 12,000 acres for each crop.
Thcro are, besides tho lands controlled
by Olnn, largo areas adjoining belong
ing to tho Government and to prlvato
ownership, which naturally becomo
tributary through independent planters
and settlers, to Olaa Mill. It seems
rcmarkauio that Blocks In several of
tho largo new plantations can bo
bought for such low prices as aro
now quoted. Hut It Is simply nnotner
Instance ot history repenting Itsolf.
Ono has only to recall tho quotation
of Kwa Stock when Us capital was
only $500,000 and Its stock offered, In
1S93, nt f'i to $70 per share, or n
valuation of say $350,000 for tho whole
of Kwa Plantation as It then existed,
controlling tho samo area ot land It
does today. Tho principal stock
holders of tho now plantations
which wero organized In 181)8 and
1SUD, who supplied tho bulk of tho
money which niado' possible Walalna,
Olaa, and Mcllryite, hovo held their
stock nud Mood by tho plantations to
sco them through, believing the Invest
ments would ultimately prove remun
erative. I'loscnt Indications strongly
suggost that they niado no mlstuKe.
What would llieso Islands amount to
today commercially without tho sugar
business anil tho developments made
from the proceeds nf that Industry?
With scarcely an exception, tho divi
dend paying plantations In this Terri
tory have a history of mirroio cnojic
from partial or total failure. The to
tal output nf sugar fro'm Uicfo Islands
In 1S7C was 1 3 0.".C tons. Tho total
crop In IStlS was 222.-I81 tons. Tho
crop this year will bo mora than dou
ble tho output ten years ago. Tho
picscnt piotiperous condition of tho
country's main Industry, with Its an
nual output of nearly a half million
tons of sugar. Is duo to the courage,
patience, perseverance nnd never fall
ling faith of tho men who put In their
money, their milt and their best men
tal and plijKkHl effort for what has
been nteoniptlBhed. When wo remem
ber that good, true, honest friends nt
Hawaii aro Living today, who did not
bellevo. In 1S7G, thnt these Islands
would over produce. 75,000 tons of su
gar jjor annum, wo may reganl their
present stntns of development, consid
ering till the clllllcultU's encountered, a
remarkable achievement and a worthy
stimulus to posterity,
JJ. T. DILLINGHAM.
Can't Empty The
Anilrrv I-itcn of Horrnscn A Kirum
imrclmnt tnllorn ot Rilt I.1U0 City wm
o low Willi Kldnoy illr-(iKO Hint hn w.m
In K'U nud dentil was louluil fur nliiit
1 .1 v.
rii ironitiipm wan cnnnKca in "
nan to imiul. Ills nirtm-r pnomti in
iloclor li- was KllKlitlv Iwtter. Tlio doc
tor npIUil. "It 111.1km no dlrrercnce. It
a nn ImpoflHlole lor nun to rt-covtr im 11
U to empty tlio ocean
Tho tToKrtKrt wan io slow that tho iu
tlent would Kel Ucoiirni;ed and rend our
liook for 11 tiriwi-r. Ilo .iyB lu thinks lio
nail It 11 hiinilnd Him. Hut tho d.iy
lio llnlKhed the third dozen bo uns luck
to tiuslniKH. Womlor what Ids plislclnn
thinks unout onitlnK tlio oeenn.
l'livskl.ois cill' UUInoy trouble Nt oh
rltlM. This muitm lull.iinniatlou of tlio
Tho oM diuretics fkltlney mttllclnrs)
nro klditf-y excll.mls No wonitcr the kid
ney tlcnliiH ii'ivt- tiouuieti.
rultun'H It, n.il Coiultounil Is tho first
ftuccfflsful kltlnty wnolllent thus retluC'
lio; klihioy Inll.iiiiinatloii nntl t-onlndlln;
kltlney IrouMts that have rcttlstcd nit
known tre.itini-nt us In Hit' iiIhivo Halt
l.uko tust. I.ltonitiiro mallttl freo.
John j. rut.ToN co.
Honolulu IiniK Ct, , lort St. ore our
solo lnuul iiKt-nts. Ank for bimonthly
Ilullctln ot Into ricmtrliH. hi
it's ABSOLUTELY PUBE.
it that it is the richest of nil evaporated Milks, and
You'll know when you've tried
adapted to all cooking purposes.
We GUABAIITEE ALVI1IE MILK (UUSWEETENED)
to he absolutely "inc. A3y your grocer for it.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
San rinncUco, April 1. 'Th'
whole Knstern world Is uneasy and
restless," snld William K. Oldhuni
on his arrval from tho Far IJast 0:1
tho Hongkong Mnru this morning "In
ilia is oven waking and beginning to
foel hut sonio great chnngo is need
ed. It Is beginning to chafe under
tho Hnglish rule, and If It wore not
for tho tight hold which tin- govern
incut keeps on Its Asiatic people
then' would bo tioublo oven now.
India Is now ucterlug im tho sumo
fight that Ireland Is making, but
Groat llritnlii teems Inclined to glvo
way moro easily with tho Indians,
"r.nghind Is slowly yielding to the
demands of tho natives In India, but
If Is oiy slow and thero will un
doubtedly bo homo lighting before
tho tioublo Is ended. Thero has been
sonui llotlng oi.p lately In tho Pun
Ja, but s.uch 11 closo watch Is kept
on tho llrcarms allowed to bo dlblil
bitted that nothing enmo of It.
"As long us thu natives nro kopt un
armed, howover, theio will bo no seri
ous lovolutlon. .Moreover, tho beat
lighting men unions tho natives nro
In the llrltlsh nrmy. Tho attempt is
nil tho tlmo for political lovolutlon,
lint tho only hopo Is economic. India
pretentB 11 mnny-shled problem, but
tho only solution will bo by giving
the natives moro power as they show
themselves ublo to haudlo It."
lllshop Ohllinni nnd Illshop John i:
Ilohlnsnn. who Is with him, nro on tho
way to tlio Mothodlat conference nt
Ilaltlniore which meets May 5. Illsb
011 Oldham has boon In Indh for
twenty jenrs and during that tlm
has seen 250,000 converts to Chits-tlaulty.
A fine new stock just in.
Photo Supply Co...
TVorvflttnfT Plinfrtrrrnnliin "
The Belgian hares that
came to ;thls market on
tne Morangi are unusual
ly tender and fat.
Not Many in the Bunch
Order by telephone or
In percon, either way
will be satisfactory.
but not the
a Gas Stove.
.j. .5. jr jf.
THE RUDE GIRL!
I wish sometimes that I could
And soar through tho iilr."
So quoth tho eullow dude
Then said tho matdcii rudo:
Of Hying llsh I've often heard,
Hut Hying lobsters, op in word,
A10 rnie, oh, very nil t "
J3SP- BULLETIN ADS. PAY W&I
Houses For Rent
$10.-2 bedr., Lililia St.
310. 2 bedr., Kuakini St.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
$G. Store on Emma St., between 2
schools, Splendid Opening for a '
man and wife. 1
P. E. R. Strauch'
WAITY BLDQ. ... 74 S. KINO ST,
Thi3 Is Only One of Those
we are offerinc at
S 1 .00 PER WEEK
118 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU,
Port Street near Beretania,
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tation of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
ing at work. ..
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