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TIME TABLE S.S. ALAMEDA
The steamers of this lino will arrlv and leave this port at hereunder:
leave S. F. Arrive Hon. leave Hon; Arrive S. F.
DEC. 19 DEC. a5 DEC. ! DEC. 15
Jan. D dim. 13 DEC SO JAN. G
Jan. 10 Feb. r JAN. SO- JAN. 20
run. 2o fkii so m.. 10 fed. 10
MCH. II SU'll. 1!) Ml'll. s mcii. a
Ml'tl 24 MCII. 30
NOTICE. On nnd after June 31th, 1908, the SALOON KATES will
be as follows: Single Tare, $05; Komi J Trip, $110. Fumlly rooms extra.
In connection with the Baling of the above steamers, the agents are
prepared to Issue, the Intending pjssentjers coupon through tickets, by
cny rallraid from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and
from New York by my steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin c Co., Ltd
' OCEANIC S. 9. CO. GCNERAL AGENT8.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
v ccidental and Oriental Steamship
Go., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
6leamera of the above companies will at Honolulu and leave this port
on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
TfcNYO MAIUT DEC 17
KOUEA DEO. 23
FOR GENEhAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H, Hackfeld & Go.t Ltd,,
Weekly Sailings vl.i Tehauntepec.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South
.TtOM SAN l'llANCISCO TO HONO-KIIOM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
' I I.I DIRECT
ALASKAN, TO S ML DEC. 13
TEXAN, TO SAIL DEC. 21
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. AHIZONA.V. TO SAIL ....DEC. 8
Freight received at Company's
wharf, (tieenwlth Streot.
Ucstifiiii&n-AuscrckElan RoyaJ Mall
Steamers of the above lino, running In connection with the CANAD
IAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
D. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and r'
bane, are DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA: FOR VANCOUVER:
MOANA . . ..
MAKURA . .
AORANGI . .
Will call at Fanulne Island.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
Europe. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
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Matson Navigation Company
The S. S. "1IIL0NIAN" and "LURLINE" of this line, carrying pas
E.cii;ers and freight, will run in a direct service between till port and
San rrancisio, sailing and arriving
ii. S. "IIILONIAN"
riYADES" of thin line sails
The S S I.urllne of this Una, Balling from Ran Francisco Dec. Ith
for Honolulu direct, will receive freight for Honolulu and Kahulul.
Passenger Rates to S. P.: First Cabin, $60; Round Trip First Class
For further particulars npply to
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Union - Pacific
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Kuii.'ture and Piano Moving.
iiustace-Peck Co., Ltd
Phone 203. DRAYMEN 63 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 212,
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FIREWOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAL.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK AND WHITE SAND, GARDEN SOU
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DUCKS AND GEESE,
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AMERICA MAKII DEC. 18
(ililEUIA DEC. 25
ALASKAN, TO SAIL DliC. 13
VIRGINIAN. TO SAIL DEC. 24
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C. P. M0R8B,
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MOANA . ,
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SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.. 1300,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Reblnsen
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Office: Corner Fort and King St.
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Interest allowed for yearly deposit
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Rules and regulations furnished
Ttio Yokohama Specie bank,
Capital (Paid up) ..Yen 24,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 15,050,000
Special Roserved Fund. Yen 2,000,000
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Branches and Aeencies:
Toklo, Kobe, Osaka, Nagasaki,
London, Lyons, New York, San Fran
cisco, Bombay, Hongkong, Shanghai,
Hankow, Chefoo, Tientsin, Peking,
Newchang, Dalny, Port Arthur, An
tung-IIelen, Llaoyang, Mukden, Tien
The bank buy and receives for
collection bill of exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit, and
transact a general banking business.
Honolulu Branch, 87 S. King Street
For Walsnne, Walalna, Kahuku and
Wuy Stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. ra.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations tT:30 a. m., 'tilt a. m.,
11:05 a. m 2:U i, ra.. 320 p. m.,
G:15 p. ra., 19:30 p. m., til : 00 p. m.
For wahlawu 9:15 a. m. and
'5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Walanne 8:3C a. in,,
..5:31 p. ra.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Milt
and Pearl-City 17: 40 a. m., 8:38
a. m., 10:3g a. m.'IMO p. ro., :31
n m.. 5:3l d. m.. 7:30 n. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and '5:31 p. m.
t- Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first-clam tickets hon
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at s:zz a. m.; roturnlng. arrives In
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Watanae.
G. P. DBNIBON, F. C. SMITH.
Alexander & Baldwin
J. F. COOKE Manager
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle'. Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
I. P. Cooke Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhonse Treasurer
E. -. Faxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
G. R. Carter Director
W, R. Castle Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sngar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Kihei Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
KanuKu Plantation company,
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
OENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Fwa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultiral Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sngar Co.
Waimea Sugar M.ll Co.
Apohaa Sugar Co, Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works of St. Louii
Blake Steam Pumps
Babcock & Wilcos Boilers
Green's Fuel Economizers
Marsh Steam Puaps
Matson Navigation Co.
Planters' line Sh pping fX
Wm. G, Irwin & Go.
SUGAR FACTORS and
Wm. G. IRWIN President
JNO. D. SPRECKELS... 1st V. Pres,
W. M. OLWAED 2d V. Free,
H. II. WHITXEY Treasurer
RICHARD rVERS Secretary
D. O. MAY Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francis
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Hakalan Plantation Co., Hilo Sugar
Co., Honolulu Plantation Co,,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Co., Kilanea Sugar Plantation
Co., Olowaln Company, Paauhan
sugar Plantation Co, Wanna
nalo Sngar Co.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea 8ugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planter
Line of San Franelsco Paokets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice Presldsnt and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and So
rotary: F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P,
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
THE . ,
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Nfew York Underwriters' Agenoy.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
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WHY BEET SUGAR GROWERS MUST HAVE
t -V t LL
(Continued from Faire BS '' '
Mr. Fordney: When Ihero Is H War!
on with regard to prlcvn, ou with
your $2,000,000 of Investment would
not have very much show of driving
tho American Sugar KeflnliiR Com
pany out of litmlni'RB with Us 1100,000,
COO of capital, would m?
Mr. Smith; No; wo would hnto In
try It unless wo wcro sure of aurceoil
Mr. Forrtney; in other words, jou
cnu not afford to kcI Into n war with
tho American' SiiKur ItcllnliiK .Com
pany nt any tlmo?
Mr. Smith; No, nlr; uu hnvu n
limited neason anil n cnmnarntlvoly
Mn.ill output, and most or I ho lime the
market Is necessarily cuntrolli'd or
dominated by tho ri'dncrx, who take
care of 80 per cent of the entire con-
pttmptlon of this country. It would be
mi Impossible competition.
Mr. Underwood; What per cent did
jou slate was controlled?
Mr. Smith; I snld about SO per
.Mr. Fordney; Based on tho Ding-
ley rate of duty, there Is about n mil'
Hon tons of sugar that comes Into our
market from I'ortn Hlco, Hawaii, and
Mr. Smith; Yea.
Mr. i-onliiey; Twenty per cent oi
tho sugar of Culm comes In free, nod
the rest pays the regular Dlngley duty.
If tho duty Ik charged on Imported
sugar 11115' at all. If It Is changed down
wnnl, how would ou feel nlxiut onr
Mr. Smith; I would like to dispose
of It before I was subject to an assess
Mr. Fordney: At less than 100
cents on the dollar of what II cost
would you not?
Mr. Smith; Certainly. I slioul.l
consider that tho Investment would be
worth practically nothing' if this turln
was mutcrlully reduced. It Is tho best
that any ntcrago Biigar company enn
possibly do now to pay from 6 to G er
cent Intel est on tho Investment. If
you reduce the protection nnd conse
qucntly reduce tho margin of piofit
down to, bay, 40 cents !i hundred
pounds, It would mean the operation
of tho factories nt an nbsoluto loss,
and I should want to get out of the
business at once and lose It alt in a
lump and try to get Into something
clso rather than lose It In animal In
Mr. Fordney; Do you think that
American capital could bo Induced to
build more beet sugar factories In the
country IT tho duty on Imported Hiigar
Mr. Smith; Ves, sir.
Mr. Fordney; And jou wero assur
ed that It would remain there?
Mr. Smith; Yew. Blr; If we could
feel any substantial confidence In the
good faith of any such pledges.
Mr. Fordney; That is all.
Mr. Crumpackcr; Is It possible or
practicable to powder beet sugar?
Mr. Smith; Yes. sir.
Mr Crumpackcr; To put It In n
Mr. Smith; It can be; yes, sir.
Mr. Crumpacker; Or In tho form
of cubes, so ns to meet the reiiuiro-
mciitH of tho market?
Mr, Smith; Yes, sir.
Mr. Crumpackcr: Why do not tho
beet sugar mamifnctmcrs put It In
these different forms bo ns to meet
the requirements of the trado and be
frco from these disadvantages they
aro under now?
Mr. Smith: For tho reason Hint
that class of sugar Is never marketed
In carload lots. It Is shipped In
mixed carloads. It icqulres n very
much lurger and more diverse client
age to take any considerable output
of that class of mignr than the beet
bugar people have. They market
their sugar almost entlicly In cni
louil lots and In tho linger centers of
trade. In Other winds, It uould'lu
olve n very expensive belling organ
ization to tal,o cure of that variety of
Mr. I.ongworth: Is thcro no hejt
sugar put out In tho form of cubes?
Mr. Smith: I do not know of any
factory that Is making cube sugar.
Mr. Calderhead: You would have
to change jour machinery?
Mr. Smith: Yes, blr. That would
not bo a difficult proposition. It
would he somewhat expensive, but It
could b done. lint tho difficulty Is
principally In marketing.
Mr. Crumpackcr: You would nol
hnve a demand for the beet sugar,
cubo Biigur, In carload lots?
Mr. Smith: No, sh.
Mr. Clnik: If a wholesaler In Chi
cago had 100 tons of beet sugar nnd
100 tons of cuno nugar Bhlpped to
him, there Is nothing about tho
boxeB or ban els to show which Is
which, Is thcro?
Mr. Smith: Yei, Mr; generally
thut Is, almost ull of iho beet sugnr
manufacturei s hnvo their packages
Mr. Cliirk: It was testified hero tho
other day In regard to cigar wi up
pers grrtwn In Florida in competition
with Sumattn wrappers, that they
would ship them ui; to Chicago or
somewhere clso and then ship them
back to these fellows who mnko the
cigars, so that they would ho getting
Floildu wruppcis wnen they thought
they wero getting Sumatra wrappors.
Do you suppose the sugar men aro
working tho same tiling?
Mr. Smith: I think it Is quite lllto-
fly. 1 have Biiioked some nf those cl
Mr. Clark: One other question. It
has been testified hre"by n witness
or two that thcro has been & gicnt
Improvement and Increase of thu sac
charine matter In these beets. ,Do
jou hao liny reasonable hope of get
ting It up ns high there as It Is in
Mr. Smith- I do tint see why wo
enn not, nnd I bolloe wo can do 11.
Hut It has taken one hundred years
to declop the sugar beet to Its pics
cnt state of perfection In Cleimany
ami Fiance, and while we an- sup
posed to be nunc rapid than they nic,
I do not think wo can expect nny such
result for twenty or twcuty-flve years
Mr. Claik: I supposed Jou began
where they left off After that ques
tion, here Is nnothe.'. Do jou sugar
men up there bellcte the time will
ever conle, nnd If so huw long will It
be before It does come, when this beet
sugar Industry Will ho nbto to get
along without any protection?
Mr. Smith: I belleu so, Mr. Clark.
I do not think that we ought, or that
uny industry ought, to expect to be
perpetually ptotectcd. Hut even If
that should be neccnry, It seems to
me that It would be much better pol
icy for this country to continue to
piotect an Industiy that will supply
It with all Its needs
Mr. Clark' I did r.ot ask you that.
I asked jou a plain and simple ques
tion. Mr. Smith: Well, I think so. I do
not know us jou and I will live to
see It, but, I think th.it some ttmu tho
Industry will lie able, by lmpioved
methods, to do It. Hut It can not be
dime until theie Is some Impinge
ment or until wc arc willing to re
duce the wages that wo pay, The
bulk of the entile cost of beet sugar
Is paid out In labor.
Mr. Chirk: You do produce licet
sugar cheaper now than jou did ten
j ears ago; that is, bo far ns the totnl
cost of the product Is lonceined?
Mr. Smith: 1 suppose eii. 1 have
not been In the business bo long ns
thnt. This business started about
ten years ago.
Mr. Clark: Yes, I know.
Mr. Smith: I might say thnt this
company which I represent Is also
engaged In farming. We liao n farm
of about 10,000 acres, upon which
we nre raising qulto a large quantity
of sugar beets, as well as doing oth
er branches of farming, so thnt wo
are soniowhut fumtllar with both
ends of the proceeding. I wish to
say, aUo, thnt we have an organiza
tion of sugar factories In Michigan,
Of which I have tho honor to bo pres
ident, and I nm requested to repre
sent them hero nnd present their po
sition In this mutter nt this time
That Is, they have agreed that it is
absolutely essential to the success of
their business thnt the tariff should
not bo reduced, nnd (hey have given
me the statistics of the cost of man
ufacture of their SMgar, and I will
say that the average cost for tho
past five jears, presented by tho fol
lowing sugar companies, tho Oer
man-American Sugnr Company, at
Hay City; tho St. Louis Sugar Com-
panj-, of St. Louis, Mich.; tho Mount
Clemens Sugar Company, nt Mount
Clemens; and the Holland Sugar
Company, nt Holland, has been In
excess of $4 a hundred pounds.
Mr. Undeiwood: To what extent
did they oxeced It?
Mr. Smith: Tho average of one
company Is $4.13 and tho average
of another Is $4.10 tor tho past live
Mr. D.ilzell: That does not Include
Interest on capital?
Mr. Smith: That Includes no ic-
turn on the Investment wliarovcr.
Mr.Undeiwood: Hut U does In
elude everything elsoj
Mr. Smith: It Iptfudos everything
The Chahmnn: How mrtch aro
they getting but of the alcohol?
Mr. Smith; They, nio selling mo
lasses. The Chairman: The same ns they
were the last tlmo wo hnd tin Iff
Mr. Smith: Yes, sir.
Tho Chairman: Thero Is no change
Mr. Smith: There Is no change in
Tho Chnhmnn: That Is what 1
mean, or In the amount jou get out
of It thciu Is no chenge?
Mr. Smith: They are getting more
for their molasses now than they did,
because a great part of It Is now
sold for cattle feed. Tor feeding pin
poses, anil tho ,hlgh pike of other
feed has hi ought the prlco of mo-
Mr. Underwood: In estimating tho
cost of the sugnr. do jou give ciedlt
Tor tho by-product or is the by-prod
uct not considered In that?
Mr. Smith: All receipts for tho hj'-
prouuet nre taken out of tho cost.
This Is the net cost of the suirar niter
all returns fiom the by-pioduct huvo
ueen creiiited to tho opciiilloii of tho
The Chairman: ilnve jou u Btnto-
mont fiom which jou make up tho
cost' In detail?
Mr. Smith: Yes, dr.
Tho Chairman: lliwo you submit
Mr. Smith: I hnve not. hut If do-.
jlred, 1 will do that.
The Chairman: Yes. 1 would like.
to sec that, ,
Mr. Smith: Thnt Is. ilMdlnir llm
oilglnnl cost of beets anil thu cost
of operation, everything?
Tho Chnlrmnn: Ys.
Mr. Smith: I will tile such a state
The Chairman: Showing wiiire.t
and so on.
Mr. Smith: Yes.
Cost of Labor
Mr. nirdney: How much of tho to
tal cost of pioductlon of licet Kiigu;
does labor feet in this country? nir
Instance, If It costs 1 cents n pound
to mnko sugar from beets, how mui li
docs labor get out of that?
Mr. Smith! I could not answer that
orrhand, I will ay that Tor thu cost
of tho beet Itself
,Mr. roulney: Thnt Is, labor, I
mean labor alone; what Is paid tho
Mr. Fordney: 1 will glvo you that.
The fnrmer will get, saj-, an nvcingu
of $no nn neic out of his beets. All
of the cost of the iiiniliietlnn nmril.
my, is labor, and Hint Is estimated,
id I think It Is model ntely estlmat
I, by Mr. Hathaway, nt $311 nil
'Mr. Fordney: In the I cents cost
llguied what goeu to the farmer
id the laborer: eervthinir that
goej Into converting the beets Into
BUgnr Is labor except what raw ma-
rial tnete Is In thu wav of ciul and
cotton bags, and bands, and such
Mr. Smith: Yes. I have n Khiln.
ment here by one of tho factoids
.'inch cm thu coat of $I.IS u hun-
red gives the cost cf heels at $:i.ll
bundled, of which nt least tbiee-
quarters would bo la'lor. mid the inst
of labor In the fact n- Is 47 tents n
hundred; suiiiilles 03 cents u him.
red, which would i'.Imi about tbr..'...
quaitcrs of the cost In labor. I sup
pose that has been estimated inuu,
Mr. Fordney: Then, If that U true,
Mr. Smith, on thu l.TOO.OOO tons of
sugar Impoited last year, or iibout
that.Jnbor only gets (on the limmrtn.i
sugar) about iinu-h.iir cent n pound,
noes It not? ine.ir. one-half u cent
a pound fur rellnlng the dlffoiciicu
between thy amount that American
labor gets fiom Imported law sugar
mid sugar produced in this intuitu- I,
one-lialf cent per pound, loinp.ircil
with nhout I or :; 3-1 rents?
Mr. Smith: I should say so.
Mr. Foulney: Then, ou the l.itnn.
000 last jcar Imported, labor recelv-
umiui 1 1 i.uuu.uiin, wnereas, if It
had been produced In this country
It would have lecelvcd $130,000,000,
or In that neighborhood?
Mr. Smith: Tho prlotlplo Is right;
I have not the tl.o to veilfy jour
Mr. Fordncv: That Is tlm .liff..r.
dice between I enls and one-half
cent that would go to Ameilcau la
bor? Mr. Smith: Yes.
Mr. Foulney: Then, Ameilcau la
bor would he very much Interested
In pioduclng all tho sugar nt home
thnt we consume. If those figures am
right, would It not?
Mr. Smith: 1 should think so.
Mr. Underwood: The sugar labor
might be very much Interested, hut
tho labor that cats the sugar might
be Interested tho ot.'.er way.
Mr. Fordney: Weil, tho labor that
eats tho sugar would not bo hint by
the labor that produces tho sugar
getting that benefit.
The Chairman: j.ct us uot hne n
discussion of Hits Mud; lui us get
thiough with tho witness. la them
anything f-.nther with this witness?
That seems to be nib. Mr. Smith.
Tl'o Societal y of War, (Jeneral
Might, would llko to be heard for
a few moments.
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