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MONDAY, MARCH 1st
(Full particulars in Saturday and Sunday Papers.)
LAST DAYS OF
Many articles of merchandise at less than half
price. A visit to the store will repay you.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. FORT and BEItETAHIA STS., opp. Fire Station.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 Kins St.
5. CENT CJOAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
jrjtT- DULLETIN Ans PAY -g
Everything Tastes Better"
Is used in making it
, - .
rftsfttf lAllsssWll fl iff '$&$& initf$lW'M- -"ki
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 92 x 42.
$500 Houso and Lot at, Alewa, be
low Judd St. 60 x 60.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E; R,Strauch
WAITY BLDO. 71 8. KINO ST.
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
COLLEGE WORK BY
Qoljege -of Hawaii Will
Go To the People
Education by correspondence is to
bo taken up by tho College of Ha
waii. Tho matter was presented to
tho Doard of Kegcnta at tho mooting
held yesterday afternoon and tho
general rfchemo approved, although
all tho details have not been worked
out. The general plan on which tho
correspondence department will bo
operated Is outlined as follows:
The College of' Hawaii, being a
State-supported Institution, should bo
as serviceable to as many citizens
nnd In an many ways ns possible. Ad
eqtiato provision should bo main
tained for study In rcsldenco con
forming to tho best methods of Col
Icgo Instruction nnd observing tho
best methods of Collcgo administra
tion. Vet there always exists In a
community a largo china of persons
who for one cuuso or another nro un
able to adjust themselves to our for
mal systems of cducntlon. Such per
sons manifestly havo somo claim up
on tho Territory for assistance In
education outsldo tho formal system,
ly correspondence study Buch per
sons may acquire somo knowlcdgo
that may hnvo been denied them 'in
nccordnnco with their requirements
and capacities. Thcro nro good rea
sons for students coming to tho Col
lego for their Instruction, nnd thcro
arc also good reasons for tho Collcgo
going to tho people; and moro cspc
ilally when tho College offers In
struction In subjects pertaining to
tho vocations of life.
That pcoplo may bo taught
through correspondence Is n demon
strated fnct. nnd whllo tho method
lacks somo of tho advantages of res
ident study, jet It has advantages of
Its own. It gives an earnest person
tho opportunity of working nnd
fctudylng nt tho snmo tlmo, and each
student gets Individual Instruction.
Then, too. Correspondence Study is
sometimes proscribed by those nd
vnnccd subjects requiring extensive
laboratory equipment; but It has n
tendency to teach sclf-rellanoo and
!rlcfly, correspondence study may
be designed to benefit:
1 Thoso who want to lenrn but
who havo to work.
2 Thoso who wish to broaden
their knowlcdgo or change tlielr vo
cation nnd yet who nro too old to go
3 Thoso who find new demnnds
madoUron them by tho progressive
lequlrcmcnts of industry.
4 Thoso who uro engaged in man
ual employments nnd who wish some
mental activity to occupy their leis
G Tho student who is preparing
for Collcgo in- University.
IIN AND SCOPH
It is suggested that tho Collcgo of
Hawaii mny offor through correspon
dence study tho following grades of
I Certain regular College sub
jects tha.t may bo taken under up
proved conditions for credit towards
If Advanced courses designed to
holp persons In professional or prac
tical llfo to keep In touch with tho
udvanctug conditions of sclcnco nnd
Ill High School or preparatory
studies for thoso for whom tho con
ventional schools aro not available or
I" Vocational courses that sup
ply knowlcdgo and training having a
direct bearing upon advancement
and cmclency in industry.
V Elementary nnd grammar
school studies for thoso who In. adult
uro require such Instruction for
Instruction may bo offered In the
following branches: Agriculture;
engineering; languages; history;
drawing; homo economics; political
economics; mathematics; botany;
physics; chemistry; geology; bactoil
ology. Instruction In theso subjects will
bo glvon by lessons or assignments,
tho student returning u written re
port on each lesspn or assignment,
nnd Uioso again will be roturncd to
the student with such corrections,
explanations or, suggestions as may
be needed. If each report meets the
required standard a new lesson will
A course may ho divided Into
eighteen or thirty-six weekly assign
ments nnd when properly completed
will represent tho amount of study
icqutieil as though thn student wein
la attendance ut tho College.
Kxnmlnntlons mny be optional
with tho student, but must be tnken
If credit Is desired. The examina
tions must bo taken nt. tho Collcgo
or under conditions approved by tho
Students , may begin correspond
ence sttrdy nt any time.
No preliminary examination will
ba required except from thoso who
wish credits In the College. Tho
student will be classified according
to tho Information contained In tho
application blank, and tho College
will offer assistance nnd suggestion
In tho choice of subjects.
Students wishing Collcgo credits
should state , this fact and comply
with all tho'entrnnco requirements
of tho College. Tho maximum credit,
howovcr, granted for work dono by
correspondence study may not ex
ceed one-half tho credits required
for graduation. Students In attend
ance nt any other Institution of
learning may not rccelvo credits lu
Students will be expected to com
plete nt least otic course In thirty
A feo of doliars will bo
charged for 'each full courso of thlr-ty-slx
.weeks and ono-hnlt that
amount fof'each courso of eighteen
weeks. For additional courses a re
duction of for each courso
will bo made.
$1500 ASKED FAR
NEW PALAMA SEWER
Fifteen hundred dollars Is tho sum
asked by Senator Harvey for tho con
struction of a sewer In I'alnma. Tho
Senator this morning presented , nil
emergency resolution to tho Senate,
and asked that Immcdlato appropria
tion bo made.
"This Is a matter that requires
immcdlato attention," said llnrvoy.
"Tho Hoard of Health has taken It up
and thcro la urgent need for haste. I
trust that this resolution will bo
passed nt onci.'
Th'ough thq customary method of
handling resolutions calling for ap
propriations has been to lay them on
tho tablo for consideration with tho
appropriation bill, no such delay was
allowed this morning, nnd Hnrvcy's
mcasura passed at onco to the Wnyi
nnd Means Commlttco with Instruc
tions to make a report.
TRUCK DELAYS CAR '
For fully fifteen minutes this morn
lng, n truck, loading n heavy Iron
snfo on board, delayed the Alnkcn
street-car service. A safe, being re
moved from tho offices of nn under
taking establishment, .was gotten
Just half way up tho incllno piano,
used to load Into It onto the jlray,
when tho car. came along. Tho mov
ers tried to oxpedtto matters, which
only caused moro delay, and tho car
was forced to remain waiting until
the bulky load was finally safely cs
llslied on the truck.
MARINE MISSINO FROM
CAMP VERY STRANGE STORY
A highly sensational story was go
ing tho rounds this morning to tho
effect that one of tho marines at
Camp Vry had been mutilated by an
Infuriated husband, who suspected
tho suitor of relations with his wife.
Upon Investigation It turns out
that tho story Is the outcomo of Im
agination spurred by beer. Tho only
thing sure about tho matter Is that a
marine is missing, but ns a pay-day
has just passed' thcro is nothing
strange about that.
Tho alleged amateur surgeon was
haled' to tho pollco court, but could
not let nny light on tho Bubjcct. Tho
story started through a number of
marines who called at tho Btatlon
looking for ono of their mates, who
Is missing. Tho sprung n horrlblo
story of mutilation on thn pollco.
who, however, took It nil cum grans
Up till 2 p. m. no sign of tho min
ing mnn had been seen.
TUB CL.AUDINI: will loavp this af
ternoon at 5 o'clock for Maul and
Hllo. Among tho passenger.' will bo
tho military company -of Walluku, lu
charge, of Captain Dal.
TUB HIllTISH steamer Mm ex will
sail thl.i afternoon for Jipnn. Pl.o
will probably leavo rt 4 o'clock, cur
rying mall for Japan
Ukuleles, Hawaiian Music, Postals,
100 Different Vieivs of the Islands,
Souvenir Playing Cards.
A Beautiful Souvenir Pook of the
WALL, NI0H0LS CO.. LTD.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
W A I A I U A CHANGES
DEBT TO SURPLUS
Started This Year With
A balar.ee on hand this J eat. In the
place of n deficit at tho end of Inst
year was the most attractlvo situation
that was reported to the stockholders
of the Walnlua Agricultural Company
Tho gist of the condition of the prop
erty Is contained In Manager Uoodnlc's
report under the head of "Expenses
for 1903" where ho rHjB:
There will be no largo expenditures
for permanent Improvements during
tho year 1909. Nothing Is being done
now In thu way -of water development
or building reservoirs and no plana
have been made for any work of that
kind this year. There nio" no new
camps to bo built on tho new lumli
cleared last year. For tho first tlno
since the plantation was Blnrtcd In
November, 1$98, there will bo nono of
thu new work that has been unabold
nblo In connection with the develop
ment of new lands, such nn the' build
ing of roads, railroads, Humes and
typhous across deep ravines, dealing
Holds of stono and luitana and build
lng new ramps for laborers.
There will be two miles of railroad
track to finish and a boiler to bo set
up nt tho mill. There aro cano Humes
to bo built but not at great expense.
Wo Shall rebuild muiio of tho older
camps, following tho system that we
havo followed for Bev'erol jcars, of
providing each family of every na
tionality with n house to Itself, laud
enough for n garden and an ample sup
ply i?f good water.
There will bo tho ordinary repairs
and replacements, but no other now
Wo began thn year 190S with an
overdraft of 133G.3tS.U2 ngnlnst which
thero vvero still unsold 3352 tons of
f.ugar of tho crop of 1907, that uctted
Out of the year's tecclpts wo havo
paid tho following amounts besides
current expenses, Interest nnd permit
Italance of Overdrnft Dec-
umber 31, 1907 1131.S7lI.G0
llopds, bought nnd cancelled 21,500.00
Bugar Factors' Co., Ltd.,'
-Containers for Crop 1909 . . . 33,789.35
Dlvldendi., 6 per cent 270,000.00
And on December ri, 1908, wo had
Credit account with Messrs.
Cnstlo & Cooke, Ltd $101.7ir,.l4-
Cash on hnud 1I.C60.C0
Sinking fund 4,333.17
Tho totn! net profit for thu
year wa ."71334,887 12
Crop of .1908. Grinding thu crop of
r.ius iiegan'on December 14, 1907, nnd
ended September 18, 1908.
The total jleld for tho. cn.ii w.i
30,376 tons of sugar, or '1.076 toin
moro thnn tho estimate mado u. ray
report for tho annual meeting of, last
Tho avcrago jlold for tho entire
crop was C.28 tons of Biigar per ucie
tho Irrigated enno yielded 6.30 torn.
per acre, and tho unlrrlgnted cano on
tho high lands yielded 2.54 tons of
sugar per acie.
Grinding tho crop of 1909 began on
Decembor 14, 1908, nnd wo havo taken
off to date, February 13th, 6585 tons
of sugar. Tho nverage sucroso In cancj
io January 3ist was 13.67 per cent,
lowor than at tho samo tlmo last year
by .14 pur cent. Tho yield of cano per
aero was 47.59 tons, nnd of sugar 5.G0
Tho crop Is estimated at 30,292 tons
sugar, from tho plantation cano, and
360 tons Ironi a Hold of cane grown by
Tho crop of 1909 on December 31.
1908, hud cost $15.07 less per nero
than tho crop of 1908 on December 31,
Crop of 1910. 170 acres of tho plant
enno aro on Helemaiio now land. Of
this crop 2150 acres aro entirely de
pendent upon tho Wahlnwa reservoir
and othci mountain streams for irri
gation. This crop has grown well and prom
ises n good yield. There will bo about
31,500 tons of sugar.
Ciop of 1911. Thcro will ho nbout
5000 acres to harvest, of which 500
iicros will bo plant cano.
Dm lng tho jear 174.633.87 were
tpont oi permanent Improvements.
Prhe Bulletin Publishing Co.,
nut., is ageni ior me Best engraving
and lithographing company on
ine ractno coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-wade
printing' of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY "
26,000 TONS FOR
Next Year's Crop Will
Be Larger Than
Mnnngcr II. A. llaldwln's report to
the stockholders of tho Mnul Agri
cultural Company this morning
shows Hint the 190S crop ovcrrnn
the estimate. The 1909 crop Is fig
ured to reach 26,000 tons and under
favorable conditions may overrun.
The 1910 crop promises well.
The grcnt difficulty on Mnul Agri
cultural the last year was tho contest
with tho ennc-borcr. Fields have
been burned to rid them of the borer.
Mnul Agricultural goes Into moro
things than sugar. Thero Is, for In-
ctance, the llmo kiln by means of
which the lime for the plantation
uses Is mado from tho sand on tho
bench. Tho supply is unlimited nnd
tho expense minimum. The ranch
department furnishes the beef for
Central Mnul and tho plnenpplo fields
furnish pines thai average 4.33
Much attention Is given to forest
ry nnd many rubber trees hnvo been
planted In Nnhlku.
Treasurer Cooke makes tho follow
ing comment: "Your attention Is
called to tho fact that Haiku and
Pain bonds to tho extent of 1 187,
500 wero redeemed during tho year;
tho debt to tin agents wns reduced
from 1132.087.30 (less outstanding
1907 sugnis 150,305.61) on Decem
ber 31st. 1907, to 127,196.48 on De
cember "1st, 1908, nnd In addition
$189,583.28 was distributed among
tho partners as profits."
AND JS VOLCANO
DcmoBthcnes Lycurgus, tho only
Demosthenes of the olcnno House,
lb In town tnUng a Itttlo respite
from his duties as tho most popular
hotel host of the Islands.
Demosthenes Is a living picture of
tho healthful character of tho Vol
cano House atmosphere, tnlile-boanl.
arid' everything else. Ho Is fnlr, fnt
mid not M) near fo'ity Hint It Is no
Ho will return by the next Mauna
Ken carrying In his wnko fifty visit
ors who will seo tho Volcano nt Its
best. Demosthenes enn take caro of
ono hundred nnd fifty nnd send them
all nwny happy.
EASTERN STAR HEAD
Mrs. K, S. Washburn, head of tho
Osder of tho Bastorn Stnr, arrived
this morning In the Alameda. Bho
was accompanied by six other mem
bers of tho Older. The party was
met off tho harbor this morning by
Mrs. Howard nnd Mcasrs. W. L. How
ard, II. 11. Williams, M. P. Robinson,
Webster, nnd F. Whltnoy. As soon
as tho receiving pnrty boarded tho
steamer, the mnllhlnls were surround
ih! nnd bedecked with lcls of various
Jack Kanwolaiiho, charged with as'
saultlng a Korean gentleman, admit
ted his guilt and was fined (10 and
Arthur II. Ilcclon ot San Francisco
wns among tho passcngere arriving on
tho Alameda this morning
Waterman fountain pen. Finder
kindly return to Manhattan Cafe.
Paii Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
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King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
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FORT ST. QAULITY at NUUAN
THE L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 Nuuanu St. near King.
If jou arc start
ing in house
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
its life. e
Burn Gas I
and the joys of
h o u s ekeeping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
needs constant attention
keep it in the best conditii
and preserve its finish ao
arc made to meet every oe
dit?on to which floors, fun
ture, or woodwork may con
If your woodwork is in pc
condition, whatever t
causer these preparations w
greatly improve it.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 7i
A now Lot Just Opened Upi
TAFFETA AND SATIN
New Patterns in Fancy RibbotU
NUUANU below HOTEL.
Orders for Live Stoc
C. H. BELLINA leaves for S.
Feb. 27. All orders left with h
will receive cartful attention.
Fort St. .
The Manhattan Cal
Meals and Short Orders at All Tin
of the Day and Night. We Net
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness an
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.!
777 KING ST.
niank books of all Foits, lndg
Me., manufactured by tho llulli