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TTnTXr'o VOTTT? C nrrln'n? Is the awn " ic anc of a healthy dark
XU W O I VU X VJTclI Qcil I green? Are the vines, plants and palms luxuri-
ant, virile, baautiful? Or do they look faded
and tired of holding up their heads?
Put up in 25,
50 or 100 Lb.
Will re-charge any and all plant life with new vitality and give it a rich, dark, healthy green
Prepared by Sales Agents
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Office Brewer Bid. Phone 272. Factory at Iwilei
E. 0. HALL & S0NS.LTD.
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu
Steady Improvement Is
Shown In Condition
of This Property
Ola.i stockholders lield lliolr tenth
minimi meeting yesterday nfternoon,
and llntonecj to n report which showed
that tho management of tint plantation
linx tiirneil the deficit for 1907 of $322,
477 Into a profit for 1D0S of JI1.1U9.72.
Thin represents mi Improvement In
tho mianclul condition of tho property
of oer three hiimlreil thoiisnmt dol
lars. Tho report of the manager for tho
Crop ltiOS. Tho total area harvest
nl was 4.308.3 acres, which yielded 17.
485.73 tons of susnr, or an iivcthko of
2.5G tons sugar per acre.
Tho cane was of exceptionally Rood
(inallty ami with the favorahlo weath
er It kept on growing more than Is
usual Into In tho season. My estimate
lor the ear's production was exceeded
by 1.S85.7.1 tons sURar.
CHOP l909.-Tlie area to ho hanest
cd of plant anil rattoons Is G.652 acres
We hegan Kr hiding on the 7th of De
cember, hnd so far tho cano has not
come up to tho standard, the sucriTsu
content being low on Ins to the cold
and continuously wet weather alt
through the summer months. So far
It has taken 8 per cent more cane to
make n ton of sugar than It did a year
ago. I estlmatu tho total yield of this
crop at about 20.000 tons of sugar.
CHOI1 1910. Tho totnl area of plartt
iind rattoons to ho hanested is SV12.77
ncres, with n posslblo addition of 223
aero. Tho planting was finished In
good season mid tho stand of pane Is
thicker on the ground and further ad
vanced than tho planting of former
years. The rnttoonH nro much thicker
on the ground than was tho plant enno
anil much further advanced than any
thing wo hao had In tho past live
years. Tho rose bamboo rattoons on
tho new land at Ml. View glvo every
Indication of yielding as good n crop
as tlio plant cano did; viz, 52 tons of
cano per acre.
CHOI' 1911. Wo will plant about
120S acres which will include about
2U0 ncres of new land at I'aluu With,
this and about 50 1 5 acres of nutoons,
we will have a total of G?23 acres of
MII.U Only tho general ropalis
havo been dono during the year. Slnco
tho mill started on December "lb. ev-
innif niiT for
Rati cause many a firs by gnawing
matches. It you have rats or mice in
house, bara or store.get rid oj them with
Rat and Roach Paste I
the only guaranteed exterminator. Also
sure death to cockroaches and other
vermin. Drives rats and mice out ol
the house to die. Money back il it fails.
1 ox. box Kc: IS ox. box 11.00. Sold every
where or Kent azure, nra.
pkl on receipt o( price.
StiiiM' ElitWi nil C,
BULLETIN ADS PAY 4JQ
erj tiling Is working mote satisfactorily
than In past car. The niachhiery Is
working smotohly, Willi uu nbuudancu
of trash for fuel and plenty .to Bpnro
for bedding in stables. No additions
or improvements to any extent me
contemplated during tho year 1909.
KxpLnseH. '"' the p?st twelve
months the cultivating expenses havo
been less per acre than the yenr 1907,
yind I expect to how a still greater
teductlon in culilvatlng expenses for
the year 1909.
I.MI'HOVB.Mi:XT8. ThO rnllroad In
to Klpukti No. 4 hns been finished, ex
cept tho Inylng of one-half mile of
rails. A sugar warehouse capable of
htoilng 2000 tons sugar has been erect
ed at tho mill; the foundation and
framework nre alt up, and we nro wait
ing for the corrugated Iron for tho roof
iind hides. No Improvements of any
magnltudo nro contemplated for tho
PLANTATION IN OHNKUAI.. Tho
general appearance of tho plantation
Is greatly Improved to what It was a
car ngo. IXmoraia cauo No. 1133 has
niado r. fur superior showing at Moiiu
tain View than miy other variety of
tano we havp planted there. Tho
Stilp-d Tip comes next, and of theso
two canes wo hopo to plant about 125
rcies during tho coming season.
M MEW FIRMS
Dut Some are Genuine A Significant
Case of Eczema.
Ifow do medical firms secure tho
testimonials which you frequently sco
In pi lut?
This Is n question which no doubt
every render of the Ilullettu lias occa
sionally nsked himself,
Wisjl, testimonials nro obtained In
vnrlou.i ways. Some aro undoubtedly
not sincere; they nro written by
friends of advertisers or by employees.
It is alleged that in sonio cases testi
monials nro oven paid for a species ot
bribery which can not bo condemned
Hut contrary to general opinion, It
Is n fact that at least a largo number
of testimonials nro genuine and sin
cere. They nro usually given by pen
sile who feel so grateful for a euro
that Hiey allow their names to bo
used. Wo ourselves know of nioro
thmi 0110 enso whore a man or womnn
naturally averse to publicity was so
overjoyed at finding the right kind of
medicine that tho cured patient con
tented to the use of his name In print.
A typical cuso of this kind of spec
ial Interest to eczema sufferers Is
that of Ruheit Sussmnn, of Toledo,
Ohio. Mr. Sussniati Is n well known
furrier In Toledo, and for years he suf
fered with a severo case of eczema.
Ho described his caso as almost un
endurable. About five years ago ho
was Induced to try tho oil of winter
green compound known us O. I). I).
Prescription for eczema sufferers. Ho
has gono out of his way to find suffer,
crs and to tell them of this remedy. Ho
has dono this without pay, of course,
und without even having been request
ed to do so by tho D. D. P. Company.
It was Blmply the fact that his health,
his very llfo, had been restored that
inado htm so enthusiastic. Wo havo
tecently had another letter from Mr.
Sussman In which ho offers to write to
nny eczema sufferer and to describe
his cbbo. If any reader of this paper
should write Mr. Sussman, wo request
that self-addressed, stamped envelope
Speaking of his own case, Mr, Suss
"8lx years of Intense suffering from
a Bovcro caso of eczema, to bo given
up as Incurable by sixteen doctors, sev
eral of whom were specialists of skin
diseases, and then to have tried over)'
known mcdlclno for my ailment with
out effect, mid finally to procure abso
lute relief and a permanent cure from
n new remedy, Is an experience that
Justifies my action In making it known
to tho public; and I reel that it Is my
duty to glvo It as much publicity ns
possible, so that other sufferers may
bo rellcvedi My' sympathy goes out
to those who have to go through what
D. D. D. Prescription, also n. I). D.
Soap, may be had in Honolulu of thu
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort slrfcet.
Substitute for present orphan asy
lum ostein offered at federated club
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S, F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Horse; Harness and
. For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
, 777 KING ST.
tapas, baskets, mats.
Hotel near Fort.
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01 the "MAYFLOWER" QUARTZ & CHANNEL MINING CO. is Mr.
wiiitam ueorge Motley, whose photograph is presented herewith and a
full sketch ot whose personal caieer and professional record may be
read in the February issue of THE SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN MAGA
ZINE. Mr. Motley is the senior member of the firm of W. G. Motley &
Co., the well-known raining: engineers, at 32 Broadway, New York
City. He has had over thirty yean' experience in mining- operations in
various parts of the world, and his cireer proves a notable ILLUSTRA
TION OF THE TRUTH OF THE OLD SAYING that "nothing succeeds
like success." In 1887, when on a visit to Europe, where reports of his
mining- successes had already preceded liim.he was made a Fellow of the
Royal Geographical Society of England ana of the- Roval Colonial Insti
tute. English financiers engaged him to conduct mining examinations
for them .in Central Canada, and upon his recommendation the celebrat
ed Rcgina Mine was purchased.
The triumph he scored in this great mine was commented unon lav
sihly, at the time, in the Canadian Government Mining Reports.
Mr. Motley holds the Royal Canadian Humane Society's medal for
chtvalrio services in rescuing, at ths imminent risk of his own life, eight
miners from a burning mine, near th: Regina, All of the ebht men were
taken out unconscious, a ninth dying in Mr. Motley's arms.
In a recent interview, referring to the progress of his latest enter
rnses, he said in part: "I am not exactly a promoter, as the term has
tome to be understood. The present-day promoter is altogether too nrone
to stick to a proposition onlv in fair weather, abandoning it and allow
ine the stockholders to shift For themselves as soon as the first trifling ob
stacle makes its apnearance. That mav go for promotion, but it doesn't
meet my idea of ijood business policy. When I take up an enterprise, no
J"? if r . :t ' l exn:ct to have t: confrnt occasional difficulties, and
. I believe in sticking to the job until I have overcome the very last one of
"Good mining propositions are to be had in all parts of the country,
but the promoter who-sits in his City office year in and year out isn't
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likely to find many of them. The propositions that are brought to you
are seldom worth considering. If you want a first-class enterprise to pro
mote arid develop, you generally liavs go after it. No,, I wouldn't want
jou to put me down as a'promoter.' I m a practical mining man, and most -of
my'life I hare been employed by caoitalists, limrjly as the means of in
creasing their wealth, through the opsration of properties purchased under
my recommendations. Of late I have concluded to look after the operat-in-
end of the business myself, as w;ll as the professional end, and I am -perfectly
satisfied with my success sj far. I am building u- an enormous
list of correspondents, and just as soon as they learn to understand this
new method of mining promotion, I think we will be able to demonstrate
through practical results obtained, tHat my idea is the right idea. It's
the system that will bring real dividend checks even though it doesn't
make o.s much noise as some of the others."
Mr. Motley was asked for an expression of his opinion concerning
the Mayflower mine, in the Nevada Citv district, in California, and he .
"The Mayflower has already a record to its credit that has not been
equalled by a good many of the leadin gold-producing mines in the
West that have been paying dividends for years. When you ppen a great
gold mine it is usually necessary to expend a modest fortune in getting
ready for your future production, but the Mayflower has paid its own
way from the beginning, and in addition to that, has equipped itself, as
you mieht say, with one of the fineit milling nlants on the Coast. As
an investment proposition it is easily superior to anv of the big gold
properties that have been brought to the public's attention within the
nast twelve or fifteen years. .It will shortly be realized, I am sure, that
the Mayflower is to California what Comstock was to Nevada years ago,
md what the Honjestake is today to South Dakota. The dividends paid
by the Mayflower mine, naturally, will go to those who recotmize this fact
in time to secure the stock while it offers a basis for asplendid invest
ment: and to this end I can assure you, seriously, that there is no time
like the present."
iM IVAN DOW Fiscal ASent Mayflower Mine
11. vnil 1SWTT, Office; Suite 31 & 25 Alexander Young Big.
GEO. M. SHAW. Agent. Ililo. Hawaii PHONE 499 Ca"' Write or Phone for Prospectus
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