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HOMESTEAD OF EUROPEANS WHO ARE GROWING PINEAPPLES ON
KAU AI , , ai
LUtUn, Kauai, April 3. Tlic Gar
den Island ays:
A tery favorablo year la reported
by tlio youthful but promising plno
npplo canning compiny on tills Isl
and The Kauai fruit and Land
Company, located In Latval Valley,
between Kolo.i and Wahlawa.
TI1I3 company was Incorporated
llireo )enrs ago nnd tlio cannery was
built ono year later In 1907.
Tlio main Intent of the Incorpor
ators In Btartlng tlio business wan to
encourage the employes of tlio Mc
Ilrydo plantation to develop tliclr
homes and work up nn employment
In connection therewith which
would glvo them an Income outsldo
of their plnntntlou wages, end thus
cnablo them to have an added Incent
ive towards becoming stable, and per
manent citizens of tlio district.
Tlio basis of this plan has been tlio
homesteads of Kalaheo, which woro
put on the market especially to fur
ther tlio Interests of tlio laborers on
the Mcllryrio plantation and to give
them plots of land which they could
call their own, and which (hoy could
dovclop and beautify with tlio cer
tain Itnowlcdgo that they would not
bo deprived of the benefits of their
labor. The starting of tlio pineapple
business has' been 'very beneficial to
the homesteaders, and4ho prospect Is
that the promoters of tlio homestead
plan will have every leason to be sat.
Isflcd with the results achieved nnd
will meet with constantly Increasing
success In their development of n
stnblo and Industrious community of
small farmers, In tlio foothill lands
around tlio fields of tlio McUrydo plan
At the present' tlmo tlioro nro
(Continued from Pace 1)
it might (is well, bo spent In main
taining two County governments In
stead of ono. Kawowehl contended,
with figures to bear him out, that It
would not toko all tlio revenues of
tho Big Island to pay salaries; thcro
would still bo Eonio left to spend on
tho roads and In other public Im
provements. Thcso arguments prov
ed so potent that tho bill passed Its
second reading over tho toport of tho
committee, nnd was plated on tho
order of tho day for third leading to
morrow. -Thcro Is llttlo probability,
howuver, that It will pasi tho Senate,
or that, If It docs, It will bo signed
by the Governor. Thcro Is no possi
bility of its passing in tho llouso
over tho veto of the Govornor.
About all tho work of tho Houso
this morning consisted In iccctvlng
nnd acting upon tho reports of tho
vailous committees. As thcro was
only a short sesslun of tho House
yesterday morning, and nono In tho
afternoon, tho committees had near
ly all day to work on tho various bills
that had been referred to them, 'and
thoy made good progress In dispos
ing of them. When tho noon-hour
camo tlioro wcro still other reports
to bo mado, but they wcro deferred
Election Measure in House
Tho election law bill, Sonnto Dill
121, which passed tho Bonnto cs-
One aore of land at Alewa, below
Judd Street, and near tho residence
cf Hon. John Lane. An iieal placo
as residence. Good view. Healthy.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
about eighty Independent homestead
ers In the district, nnd tlio number
is constantly Increasing.
W. 0. Mcllryde, the manager of the
Kauai Fruit and Land Company, Is
very hopeful over the good prospects
for n successful and prosperous tet
tlemont of Independent farmers la
this locality, and ho is putting all
his sparo tlmo nnd energy Into the
plans for tlio success, of tho'project,
nnd Incidentally for tno success of
-The board of dliectors of tho lat
ter Is composed wholly of men re
siding In Honolulu most of them
being also ofllcers of tho Jtcllrydo
llesldcs the pineapples inls'ed by
tho homostcadcrs nt present about
one-third of tho total product tho
Kauai fruit nnd Land Company have
thirty acres. Injjcultlvatlon to pines,
tho Harden Island fruit Company,
which II. II. Ilrodlo of Hnunpcpo Is
tho manager of tho other partners
being J. Kevin, II. A. Jaeger, Walter
Mcllryde, nndJ. 'I. Sllva Is plant
ing an ncreageof thirty-rive acrci
which will bo raised next season to
sixty ncrcq: unU there nre other In
dependent pinnies tvlipsc.plantatlons
will ralsft tlio totnl acrcago to about
125 acres, from widen this year's
crop will amount to nbout SOOO cases
of canned pines' Tho crop last year
was OGOO cases.
Agreat IncrcascTln tho nrca culti
vated Is expected for next season,
and a corresponding lncrcnso In tho
output of canned pines; nnd tho
prospect is that "tho pineapple busi
ness of Kauai will In n short time
dovclop Into ono of the most valuable
commercial assets of tho Island
..U'l'L IBll.M.nm Blj j ,i ,.i
terday, Is now boforo .the House. It
was received this morning and passed
first rending by title. Ono of tho
hardest fights of tho session Is ex
pected when tho measure comes up
on second nnd third reading, tho pre
vailing opinion being that tho bill
will ultimately bo killed.
Other Senate bills wero received
nnd passed first reading, a follows:
j Sonnto Hill 120, "To permit poor
' linrmtMU In hl-nctiniltn .tl.-ll n.tl..i.. I.
Sonnto Hill 121, relating to ac
counts of executors and administra
tors. Senntu Illll 125, relating to Hono
lulu water works.
Sonnto Illll 102, to provldo for tho
payment of tlio $3002 Judgment
against tho Tcirllory in fator of Da
vid K. linker and others.
Children Should Shoot
Tho Health and Pollco Commltteo
believes that tho )oting Idea Bhould
ho taught to shoot, nnd therefore In
n report rendered this morning, icc
ommended tho tabling of Sheldon's
bill, Hpuso Illll 1S2, relating to hunt
ing with llrcarniH. The commltteo
"Your tommlttco believes that
prohibiting minors from shooting
would work nn Injustlco to tho lar
ger portion of tho population of this
Territory, by prohibiting thorn horn
teaching their children tho use of
flicarni'i. Wo 'bollcvo In encomng
ing minors to uso ilrcnrms and be
come moio acquainted with their me,
thereby diminishing tho amount of
danger to themselves as woll as oth
ers. They would also ho better ahlo
to protect tliclr country if It Bhould
over boconio necessary."
Tho icport of the commltteo was
adopted, tabling tho hill.
Ou locommendullon of tlio flnnnco
Commltteo. Homo Illll 101, Kunlho,
iclatlng to funds for the paymont of
tho cxpeiues of the Bovoral Counties,"
was tabled, tho subject matter of tho
bill being rovorod by Houso Illll 10
for a similar icason, tho commltteo
icrnmmcndcd tho tabling of Houso
Bill 12, Kama, i elating to tho samo
I subject. The report was adopted.
The finance Commltteo nlso rec
ommended Hint Alfonso's Illll, Houto
Illll 117, "To piovlde for tho ap
pointment nnd duties of licenso in
'(.pectorB nnd collectors In tho savcrnl
r.ttM, Inn " I. a Int. 1a. I .ft... -
( V.WU1...I.D, UU t.lUIUll. i IIU IWIIJillll-
.tco found that tho enactment of this
Act would create unncccssaiy oHlccs
nnd cntnll additional expense, Thf
bill wns tabled.
The Commltteo on Accounts nnd
I'ubll" KrpciidltiircK re polled favor
ably on Houfo Illll 174, "An Act for
the relief of tho Hllo Hlcctrlc Light
Company," but amended tho bill, as
It was impiopcrly drawn. ' Tho bill
provides for thn nnvmnnt of n bnl-
nnto of $407.77 due the company
for elec'ilc lighting and Biippllcs.
Redemption 3111 Favored.
Tho Judiciary Commltteo rccot.i
mrtlripil tho linaflnrr.-. of II 11 "1 Pur
, '- - -
.tado, but villi very matirlal amend
ments Tlio bill provides for tho re
(icrip Ion of teal ettule s'lM undir
forccl(ii'-B of wfiitg'ge or execution.
TltP rpiMlrl Wna m1r1nfi.il rrhn Pmm-iI.
tco n'i o n-c immendcil tho passage of
II H. is:. ;nlclopu, relating to the
Court of Land Iteglstrntlon. Scliato
Hill 119, was, on recommendation of
tho Judiciary Commltteo. tabled. Its
subject matter being covered by H. II.
153. which has nacted tho House.
Affonso's Bill Killed.
Alfonso failed to get fnr with his
bill, No. 181, "to proldo for county
recorders and to dedno their diillea'
Tlio Judiciary Commltteo, following
tho example of tho .Miscellaneous Com
mittee. Which had iimvloiislv rntmrtKil
unfavorably on a simitar bill, recom
mended thnt the bill bu tabled. It una.
Tho commltteo recommended tho pas
sage of II. n. 185, Katclopti, to amend
tho laws relating to dependent and do
llnnuent children, hut renorli.,! nnrnv.
ornbly on S. II. 23, Jloore, to amend
tho liquor laws.
On recommendation of thn Jmllrlnrv
Committee tho Houso passed on sec
ond reading Chllllnsworth's S. II. i3,
tlio oujeel or which Is to adopt n mil-
fill III srstclll wllh rtnnl In nnlmmvl.
CdKCmcntfl to vnrlnim itnoimmntu rn.
quired by law to bo acknowledged bo-
roro tlio samo may bo recorded. Ka
lama's S. I). 9.1. relatlmr to Dm lien of
District Court Judgments, wns also rec
ommended for passngo.
Kawewehl's Pet Meacurc,
Tho Judiciary Committed struck Kn.
wottohl a sad blow when It recom
mended that his iot measure, II. 11
129, to dhldo tho nrescnt count v nf
Hawaii Into two counties, which ho has
been caiefully nursing nil session, bo
tabled. Tho commltteo stated In Its
loport Hint thcro liuin been innv nli.
Jecllons to tho passngo of tho bill from
various lmsincss Interests and others
on tho Island of Hawaii: for thn rnn.
sons that wcro tho present county !
tinea into two, it would greatly com
plicate comity matters nnd would on
tall grent expense. Tho commltteo was
of tho opinion that tho matter Is u
serious ono which nlmnM In, loft in n...
entire pconlo of tho lelnnil for iinei.
slon. for tho Lcclelaluro to umlnrlnkn
to imiko tho division nt this session
would bo to Qssumn crnvn roctumail.n.
ity Without bclnc In u mwlllnn in -i
Intelligently In tho prciujscs.
Kawcwelil was frantic lyid Jumped
to his feot to movn thn tnlillnir r n...
commltteo'a report. Ho spoko long
and loudly In support of his bill, his
chief nrgunient being that ns tho Coun
ty of Hawaii 1ms tho money to nlford
Biich a luxury, they might as well
spend It to run two. counties Instead
of ono. Ho concluded by mot Ing that
Iho report of tho commltteo bo tabled
nnd tho bill referred to a special com
mittee from tho Island of Hawaii.
Tho Speaker remarked that In nil
his expcrlcnco ho had nover heard of
such a thing ns tabling tho unanimous
report of n commltteo on a hill nnd
refenlng tho bill to unothor commit
tee. Mill, tlio mot on was In iinlnr.
iiml being seconded, must bo put.
Hut, tho Speaker added, tho snerini
commltteo to which Knwuwchl want
ed tho bill referred had other work
Kalelopu oppobcd tho bill nn thn
ground that tho cxncndltiirn nf n
much money for oxtra sularles would
lento less for tlio road laborers.
Kawowehl talked again In minim. I
of his bill, dwelling on tlin f.mt n,it
It would not tnko moro than S25,00n
pay tnu sniailcs of tho omcoiB of
tho now county, leatintr ns much n.,
28,0C0 to bo expended on load work,
KaillllO llkowlso OXIirOSSOd thn nnln.
Ion that It would bo a shaino not to
crealo a now county nnd pay n fuw
moio salaries so long ns thero Is
money enough to snend. lto.l.i ir
tho expense should provo too heavy.
uio pcopio or west Hawaii havo bonso
enough to roduco the cxpentos.
HOUflh on the Counties,
ltlco couldn't boo how. If thn l.m
wero passed, It would bo possible t.
keep up tho roads at all. h thnn-,t.
It would bo belter for tho luliniura to
get mo money uuiicr than to p.iy it
out for inoro balarles. Tlimn -.vm.i.i
I too, bo ono tery rich county and one
.-i) i"i iKumy. i-.nBi unwull would
ho liable to no h.-inkrimi ui.i.i, ........
iBlvo county govmntucut a blaek eye.
"Wo on Knuul " h" i aid, "nro Bn'lHllc.l
wllh comitj gnvifiiiiicut nrd we doi't
win to go back." Ho thuught tin
mailer ought to he put up to th peu
plo of the Ills Island. Itlco moved Hi'
prut ions question. Kawuwclii asked
him l.i withdraw tho motion kit ho
could talk tomo more, but nice re
fused. AiToiieo ulso wunioil to tall:
but was refused the floor mid tho mo
tion for the pretluu) question was put
i.llil ca-rled t to !l.
Tl r m(.t!l)!l to n-tnnt thn rpnnrt of
He cnmt.ilttoo wns Inst, and tho bill
parked Its ui'oud reading.
Lawyer U I tl Net FvcreJ.
In ono of the nwirt lntcrcatlns i-O-pons
that hoc yet been rcndurol In
the llo-.no, the Judiciary Committee
recji irifiided the ti'jl.'ng of Atlcncu's
l.-ticc III.) i$, to prohibit thu Attorney
tleu. . 'I nr.d his deputies, coun'y nt
toracyj and ii'lr ilcptulej the High
Sheriff i .i I l.;i ill i utii j enl rluiitt
Magltt rates fru:.i ngaglug In tho
private practlco of law.
Tho cnmmlltco held thnt such a
law would protont o impotent tutor
neys fiom uklns ofSclal poaltlona on
account of tho goncr.ill) email s.il
iirles. Tho only way to get compe
tent lawyers for government portion
would bo to Incruaso the salaries ei
as to compensnto them for Ilia oa of
Income from private practice. This
would mean un lncrcnso In tho burden
of taxation nnd ndd to thn i'n..-i..
of government, which Is lieltbct deUr-
nme nor ikjskIIiIc.
Instead of nildlnc to thn enielene-.-
of olllcers icuulred to bo filled by Ijv
yors sucn a law would Impair tho ef
ficiency by putting Into officii onlv
Biich law; urn as tho public- will not In
trust Willi nny pritnto business. "In
other words. It will renulro thn m-mOn
to elect as Inciimbentn uf such ofllces
to do tho nubile work onlv thoan Inu-.
yeis whom tlio people will not Intrust
to do their prltatu work. Is tho Lei;
islnturo prepared to say that tho prop
or qualification for a law officer of the
government Is that ho shall not poo
seis tho ability or tho confidence of
tho community- sufficiently to bo en
trusted wllh tho prlvato hiulness of
tho members of tho community? Yet
this Is Just what tho Act In effect de
clares." Several other nrcinnents worn mmtn
against tho bill by tho commltteo.
Sheldon did not concur In tho majority
report, though ho filed no minority
report. Ho expressed himself ns leady.
howotcr, to dcclaro himself orally on
tho matter. Seeing a long debate In
tight, and 12 o'clock having nrrived,
tho Houso took Its recess, leaving tho
matter to bo threshed out this after
Lllllie. Alirll 3. Itovurend tlnna lu.
cnberg lias received mvcr.il MU
from Mrs. Iscnbcrg nt SlngaiKiro, which
glvo tho Information thnt Miss Gran
lias had a serious relansu from th
good recovery that tho was nmklnir
after her attack of typhoid fovcr. The
urst two cables were received last
week, stating thnt .Mlsu Gran had tnlr.
en a turn for tho worse and requesting
nun .Mrs. Christ, tho head nurso ut LI-
IlllO Il0fltllt.il. bo SCIlt In Klm-mmr..
Immediately, whero she could tnku
r-hargo of tho patient.
Tho third cable, tccelved In Hono
lulu on Sunday, but delayed thnrn in
itio unfortunate rulo of tho Wlrelct.8
Company which forbids any messages
to bo ikllvcrcd on Sunday, was To
rched on Monday by Mr. Ismlirr-
nnd stated that tho patient was tery
low, ami tnnt Mrs. Clp-lst Iiml better
stay hero. Mr. iLcnberc lmiv,.vj .i.
elded that Mrs, Christ Bhould go. as
sho can mnko things inoio comfortable
for Mis. Isenberg oven If elio should
ho too lato to holp MUs Orau. so Mrs.
Christ depnrtcd for Ynkolmm-, ,,
Tuesday, taking tho Hall from Knvlli-
win nun oxpectlng to catch tho Si
beria on Us tvny to tho Orient. Rim
will await nowa from Mrs. Isenberg In
Yokohama. Thu cnblo from Mrs. Ibcii
berg stated that MIhk OrnuV iv.,i,,i..
fover had been complicated with Bpln-
hi iiieiiinEiiis, wjiicli is a form of brain
sickness which often attacks typhoid
Miss Minima an Ivcd l.v n.n t.- a..
Hon on Tuesdny. from Ilonoinii. i
lako tho placo of Mrs. Christ In tho
hospltnl, whllo tlio latter Is away.
President Tnft walked to nn,i fmm
tho All Souls' IJnltiirhn church in
Washington on a Sunday, followed
eiich tlmo by n throng, in tho after
noon, tho president, nccompnnled by
Clipt. Archibald Hlltt. Ida nilllt.-.rv nl.i
took an nutnmobllo ride, returning lu
iimo to gicet Jtrs. Tuft on her nrrlval
fiom Kow York.
A special COlnilllltnn him uiii.r-ncln.1
that Sl tears Of Clemnntnrv nn.l dv-
ycars of high school work nmko up
uio educational kyetcm lu tho Kow
York public schools. Thn mmmln
also tiskg nmendment of tho charter
io allow 13,000,000 additional expend
Iture each year for teachers' salaries.
Tho battleship Idaho, which haj
been assigned to dutv with thn .
clal squadron In tho vicinity of fluaii.
tnnamo for maneuvers nnd tnrim
practice. Balled from Hamilton nn...io
Sho was followed by tho nuxlllnt-v
AJax, with coal for tho Bquadron.
M BOARD THE ASIA
Is Passenger On
A. J. da Sousa, Commissioner from
Shanghai to tho Yukon HxposlllonTJ
is a passenger on tho Pacific Mall
liner .Uln, Which arrived thh morn
Ins fiom the Orient nnd doeked nt!
tlio Hncifcld Vilsrf short Iv hnr.irn.3
Tlio Asia brought six cabin pas
ccngers Tor this port and carries set
en for tho mainland In Mio ctrrnn
silo baa twenty Japaneio and Mx Chi
Acsordlne to the purser, the llnerl
exprtnoaced good weather throuch-'
wu u ii iff y
The liner, whlh b: ought fortV-
tnrep lira nt milt! fin. I I1M !.-.,.
of freight for Honolulu, will losumtr
ner toynge thu nfleTnbon nt
vvuiiiiucu irora ra;c IL l
Ho iIIsciibkIou lonccrnlng tho menn-
Ing, lu pnracrnnli 9 of Hcrtlnn i nf
the provision that tho Act should h
construed liberally. Nobody scorned
ready to answer the nuestlon. but
tho provision wns allowed to nnss
Scnntor McCarthy objected atrnnr-
iy to tlio provision that ovcry man
must decl.iro his lxillllrs nuhllnlv.
chnrglng that It Is directly opposed
io tlio sentiment which remltpd In"
tho adoption of the Australian ballot!
When tho form of thn b.illnts rnmo
up, there was comn lit tin itlr-nuif,n .
o-.er tlio fact that no provision had
Deeil Iiindo for totlne for thn Mnvnr
of tho City nnd County of Honolulu."
ino suggmion was Jokingly mai'o
lli-il the measure, being a llepubllenn
one. It might h.ivo been considered
iinue;c!isary to Include tho ofllo. Tim
ballot was nllowcd to go without nl-
icrallon, other than tho striking out
of the words "Donuty Shcrlir." thnt"
offlco having been abolished ns an
Paragraphs .1 nnd 1 nf RnMInn r.
nlt.o Induced more or less dtscutalon.'-S
uio urn section provided thnt no 1
person Uiould sign tho nomlnollon
papers of moro than ono candidato
for the samo nOlcn. Thn un.i ..-,.-,
graph provided that nil slcn-cra?
iiioulil bo residents of not more than'
two adjoining precincts.
Knlama feared that tho nrst dim- '
graph might make It Impossible for -t
a toter to sign tho nomlnntlon pa- "
pors of moro than ono candidate fnr i
an oftlco In cases whero tho Jaw al- i
lnt..l t.mA ... l.n ..... .... ..
I...... ......V tu uu tuitu iur ity eacu
! elector. Itobcrtson bore him out In j
mu siiKKOiiion. i no two paragraphs
wero finally stricken out. but tint nn.
til L'mmclulh had spoken In favor of
allowing them to rcmnln ns part of
At 12 o'clock, thero still rcmrtln.
Ing tho grenter part of tho bill to bo
laeott, tno commltteo arose, reported
pi ogress, nnd asked leavo to sit again.
Tho icmalning portluiis of the bill
will bo considered this afternoon, tho
Seu-ito again going into Commltteo
of tho Whole for that nurnoso.
No One for Chairman
When tho Senate toted to resolvo'
Into Commltteo of tho Wholo, n llttlo' )
"Hilda aioso over tho cholco of n',"
cunirman. senator Mooro tvaa tho
President's llrst choice. Ho declined
to serve. Senator Drown next wna
called upon! ho nlso declined tho'fi
honor. Then, lu turn, Senntnrs fair-J
child, Knudscn, and llobinsoii wcro J
iiamcd. 'Twos In vain; they declined
to preside finally Knudsen rclcut- I
ed nnd took tho Chair. "
Houso Hill Ko. 11C, .protecting tho
blrda of tho Territory, llxcd up In
proper shape by tho Judiciary" Com
mltteo. was ngaln brought up, nnd
passed third reading without opposi
tion. Chairman Knudscn of tho Ju- "
dlclary Commltteo oxplalncd that tho J
bill had ,ln renllty, gono through "
threo roadlngs nlready, an error hav-i1
Ing been made In tho nnnouncoment i
of tlio provlous reading, , s,,i
r.cnnto urn No. 117. nmendlng tho!4l
law iclatltu to tax collections tmnt
oil third lending by iinnnlmous vntn
cenaior .tiahckau intioduccd a bill
providing for tho disposition of road,
tax money coming into tlio Treasury?
A couimun cation from II. ll.trU?
fold ft' Co. nnd other llrms, asking
tnnt tho omco nf Assistant llnrhnr
master bo not abolished, was icf erred
to tho Committee on Ways and
IleprosentatlVQ Hciinot of Kew York
lias Introduced n resolution In thb
houso at Washington, deploring tho 8
violence and "Inhumanity" In Itimla, -"
tdilch nro declared to bo n shock tp
tho world nnd retarding unlvercnr -1
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