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HAWAII'S AGRICULTURAL POSSIBILITIES,
EXTRACTS FROM PROMOTION COMMITTEE PAMPHLET ON THE AGRICULTURAL POSSIBILITIES
HAWAII PREPARED BY DR. E. V. WILCOX, SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE OF THE
U. S. AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION.
resistant to the attacks nf cut-norms.
OF 1 Wheat hay is tlio kind of liny most Imported from
uaiuornia tor local use. Tlio nuueti cost 01 ireigut maxes
It a rather expensive forago for our use. A number of
experimental plantings of wheat tor liny aro being made
this your On one ranch two tons of wheat have, been
planted fur this purpose. When It Is remembered that in
the earl) days, tho Hawallans furnished California with
wheat, there seems little doubt of the success of this venture.
Kirn hay tins been grown In n number of localities,
Asiatics nnd Portuguese, it would appear that wo have
a supply of cheap labor, In tho women and children ot
The mainland vlsltni. tin first coming to Hawaii, will Hioso races, to ralso tho raw Bilk. Tho Rllk Industry, how-
porhaps l.e Impisswl In Hie iel.itlo scarcity of horba- ocr. has never assumed a. commercial form. Doubtless
ituus downs Ncmlv all of our trees and shrubs bear If a reeling establishment were located here and n reason-
(irnaineni.il nt l.iMutlful (lowers nml wo have depended hlo pi Ice were offered for cocqons, tho silk Industry could
upon thou, ft niimemiilton, r.ilhcr than upon dollcnte be emouruged In Its development.
annitulb and bet ban-cms lu'iennlals Ncertheltss, carna
tions, in-tn and vlolct.t aro In bloom at all sensons of BEES.
tho ci . and the- liHtliiite the thief herbaceous or-1 Tho honey crop last jenr was nearly 1,000 tons, and
iinmontal Hnwi i whit h an- rihwii mi n coninierclnl scale, tho production of wax, about fifteen tons, with n total
Excellent r iM In ninduicd here If It were not for valuo of about 1611,000. Tho nresont Investment In nlil-
tho Japanese I" ' lb and nieal-hugs. t'ntll theso uro moro culture Is about JHOO.OOO, nnd there aro 20,000 colonies
affect I vol v iniiimlleil hv parasites, or otherwise It will of hoes. In certnin places tho Industry could bo further
;emniu dlflltult it piudui-e loses without having tho developed, but for the most part, tho rights for bee pas-
lenves oaten olf m distorted There are Innumerable turago nro already taken. Our honoy plants are numer-
ahrubby or m boreal ornamentals, tho mere list of which ous and productive, nnd tho honoy flow, while not strictly
would ho too Ions In thin connection Somo of tho most continuous the year round, may best bo stated as coming
striking nro point l.uia, golden shower, hibiscus nnd poln- In two seasons. Algnroba, wlllwllt, lantana, nasturtium,
rettlu. Theie me n l.uw number of native species of lehiin, nnd many other Dowering trees furnish honey to-
Hibiscus, nutl ttiesc nave iieen liirlilizeii nnu omerwiso Kuuicr wmi a groat variety of herbaceous plants,
manipulated, mil II we h.nc 75 or moro varieties, which TORAOT". PLANTS
protlmo mi exceptionally beautiful tlowcrlng lied go. j In tho agricultural diversification, which has been
There Is constant demand lor bced, cuttings nnd young taking place In Hawaii for tho past fow years, too llttlo
plants for ornamental pin tune-., and strangely enough, attention has been glvon to forngo plants, with tho result
no coin menial uihm-m ha hem estalillihed In the TcrrI- that largo quantities nf hay and grain nro annually Im
torv. 'ihcni should be hin h an liritltutlon, nnd for the ported nt exceedingly high prices as compared with those
ririit man. ine opeiiing h eiv pininising troin a iiusincss on tno mainland. Wo havo excellent conditions, how,
standpoint. iCver, for growing nil sorts of forago plants and an active
SWEET POTATOES AND OTHER VEGETABLES. Imovemcnt Is now taking placo in that dlroctlon.
8 wee i potntons have nlwnjs constituted ono of tho main Alfalfa becms no moro difficult to get started hero thnn
fn'iil intuitu t of the niilho Haw Ml.int. A great arlcty on tho mainland. Tho plant does not grow as tall, and
of i his vegetable Iiiim been pi minted, In respect of size, tho jleld per cutting Is not ns high as In tho best alfalfa jcally In a wild condition, ranging over tho grazing lands, on tjle range Thoio aro hogs on all of tho Islands which
,i..i. , iiiii.i vil.li u i-, aiti n ., mi; 11-.1, tiiti, lliiudo utivhlUIID IM UlC lllll I II 111 lltt i UUl U1C3 SICIUH mil 11I1Q Hilt
grow ill Tim qiiallt) of the best vailttles is excellent, growth Is very rapid. Whoro water Is supplied for lrrl
otul Hie lot tl ileiiianil is tiinstniitl Inrieaslng. Tho local gallon, or whero tho rainfall Is sufficient without Irrlga
innil.etH atotii' would etinsuino ttuee or four times the tlon, from ten to thirteen cropB por year may bo cut. On
quiintit til nvei t iiiii. Ht. cm now piodiuod if attention wcrelono of tho largo dairy farms near Honolulu a cutting is
Blvt-n in fie i i liletii of Keiurlng a uniform quality, thnpo ,mudo onco per month tho year round. On account of the
ami cuitir hi v , ei put iiiiph, and a uniform biipply for the fact that alfalfa can bo had groen every month, there
mmliei Thl i-i.itenieiit h biibeil, not merely on a thoo-'ls less necessity for making hay of this crop than on tho
ret lnil iiilmate Inn upon tlio declarations of local deal-malnland. A good quality of alfalfa hay, howovor, Is
em. In aiMliiim in i-weet potntoes, wo can produco all .cured In several localities.
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We nre in line with
best assortment of
breeds, such as Cntswold anil Lincoln, do not tiiiip.it o
favotalih ns Hinge sheep with tho Merino nnd Sluop
slilro under our toiulltltins. Onl) a few of the sheep
ranches are In n position to piodtico n better tiiillt of
wool than that obtained at present, and to this end
Importations of fine .Merino breeding sliiek have, been
made. A recent shipment of Bulldog Merino was icceltci!
ft tun New Zeal. mil. On lurgn ureas of our slaep lmiges
thoro nro too many burrs, which get Into tho wool and
lower Its value In such localities, It seeuiH desirable to
raise sheep for mutton rather than wool. Tor this pur-
vnrying greatly In rainfall and altitude. Iloth Upland pose Shropshire, grade Merino nnd Tunis sheep offor
rice nnd bait marsh rice have been ubed for this purpose, much piomlsc All of our sheep arc nllowcd to range wlth-
A large crop of liny of excellent quality has been oh- out Interference from herders This kind of innnitgement
tnlned nnd most stock scorn to relish the hay. An nbund- gives fnr hotter lesults thnn can be obtained fioui tho
anco of bedding materia! Is obtained from rlco straw nnd closo herding sstem, meh iu is unlM-rxnlly practiced on
rlco chart ' tho hugo sheep ranches of tho Western stales. II) aller-
Khodes grass, Guinea grass and lara grass have nntlng sheep and uittlc In fenced past u res, containing
ninilo a placo for thcmsoUea In our dairy and cnttlo In- 2,000 to 10,000 ucius, there Is ono gieat advantage In
dustry Ithndcs grnss Is particularly drouth resistant and ,,le cleanliness of tho rattgo which Is thus maintained
produces a large crop of good quality In dry locations Tlio grasses and plants, which nro left standing by cattle,
on ranches. I'nra grass requires moro moisture, but aro eaten by tho sheep so that tho range Is covered with
grows rapidly and ratoons promptly. It Is, therefore, a moro unlfoim stand of grasses nnd no ono weed or gioup
much used ns a dairy feed and as green forago for tho ' weeds Is neglected to occupy tho range to tho exclusion
family driving horse. of moro desirable plants. There Is loom for thu extension
In the lino of range grasses, a groat variety of drouth ' tho sheep Industry, since nbout 500 carcasses of nitit-
rcslstant species from tho mainland, Australia and Africa ton nro Imported monthly to satisfy tho market. Tho
have been Introduced. The grazing nreas nro gradually Present wholesale pilco for dresbcd mutton Is ubuut ten
being Improved by the distribution of desirable species cents n pound. Our wool evptnts In 1908 umountcd to
ot grass. ,158,000, the wool being marketed in Uoston nt from
Tnrr crrnnv twelve to twenty cents a pound.
.LIVX, D1UU&, I Tlio linrl. l.l-n,llir, Ini, nf llnu-nll lu tint tinni-lir miOlnlotit
About 1,600,000 ncrcs of land aro usca for grazing for iirimo consumption. During the past car one llnp ' .,.
p,lrp,",HA8nnn0n V.'? rn,lc,V w;nJ:1' A11 "''"J""!1' Jlloro nlono In Honolulu Imported .U.,000 poun.ls of pork loins, Wr(r Wn T'J Xr C(
are 130,000 cattle, valued at $1,000,999; 100,000 sheop, from tho mainland. There Is a constant demand for pork ' W 1US W al
valued at 1 26.000 ; In addition to horses, mules and hogs. nt tell CCnts n pound, live weight, a. flguro (tinsldornlily I 9-1 J NIJUANU ST
The ranching business is nlmost entirely In the hnnds nboVo that obtnlnod for pork on tlio mainland Tho UvJr'' u ol
of American citizens. In tho enrly days of ranching In cllmato of tho Islnntls Is well adapted for raising hogs
"""'i ciiiiio "mi mieop, ns wen us nurses, wcro pracu- They can be allowed to run nt will on green pasture or Q-ctXJiiUAt,-i,i.uiw WAitiHES
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhardt's Candies alwajs
King and Fort Sta.
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vrirts iff m-ki mliks fm homo uso mid for tho local market
In foimei tli 1 Mi piitiitinn woro raised horo and ship
ped In Calittii nla n exullnnt itiallt of Iilsh potato
Cow pcai grow vigorously and furnish an abundant
green forngo nnd seed for cattlo and hogs. This plant Is
particularly susccptlblo to tho attacks of plant-llco as
ran be piodin eil im nut of Hiti Inlands nt modornte nit 1- compared with othor legumes. It Eorvos. however, ns a
tiidiis Ihuliii tin- ,n i!iii 1 1 lull potatoes nnd onlona 'good cmer crop In orchards, rubber nnd coffee planta
Tvere Impoittil to the value of $ 1.10,000. This material tlons.
could be blip, lirtl In loiiil hiiiiiII proiliucis If attention I Jack beans produco nn Immense quantity of green
"woie given in the m.itiei A lingo p.u t of tho market i forage, which has been found vry effective In dairy
gardening now dune in Hawaii Is In tho hands of Chinese, feeding This plant Is particularly lmmuno to tho at-
lui nro over win i oimpleiiniiBly suctessful and clever tucks of plant-llco and other Insects. The beans aro not
Ol this line or wi i lliein Is no reason, howovor, why
,tUiarkot gardening huuld not lie as profitable for white
'men and natlin Hawaiian Humi tho piodtictlnn of tnro
could be prntltably Inere.etl in a i finsldoinulo oxtent. on account of their vigorous growth and tho actlvo mar
Jtetui"'! fm t no flour hn' iemiw been leeelved from kct demand Tho local prlco for tho beans or uso In tho
dpTorn on the mainland, nml neb pniduets would llnd manufiictiiro of soy banco Is ZVj contB por pound. At this
tMUBItlenilile nii li' u too nun i.i'iM wnin lUuitotl and c,
"iiij tuiMiui-iwi. 'uir ino urup in buy uuuns in our coueo piuiiuuiiuuu. inu 'iiuuiuy oi oooi, iiiuro wouiii oo loss uemnnu ror Itoistetn mo low nil IK tlli
,,' SILK. varieties ubod for stock feed aro now being planted quite. beef, but at present this breed gives a good account of has been given fo
juuioerrv trees were iiiirouiienii into unwnii in is;7 oxiensivcly as roruge fnr nogs
,ltntl from time to tlnm fonte Inteiest haH been awakened Soiyhum Is giown for gieen foiage on most of the
In stilt ruljllig .Mulboirlos thrlui on all of our Islands dairy farms and rant lies. It rutoons readily, producing
anil the quality of sill, pioduced at the Haw-all Uxperl-.four or live crops per ear, and does not need replanting
nnrl f) Ion I li mil rrVi (hn mmi nfnln nAt A a.jknit i 1. n . ... .. .
.... ... .,,.1u,,,, ...u i.iuuxAuiii iuioii, m. utacui mo navo escnncil from ell llvnt on nml 1 nil nhiintlnnt riirm-n i
best ranches aro fenced nnd divided by cross-fonccs Into n the hills nnd mountnlns. The necessary expcndltiira
largo pastures for tho hotter manipulation of tho stock, fnr lmiiiiinfu u vv Un..i,t m- th.. r i..i ..... i
and tho control of tho grazing nreas, In order to increase feeds, such ns nlgaroba bean, com, alfalfa, soy beans, etc.,
uyuiuius viiiiuvur in urn ruiifiu, iiim io pruvcni losses it is pobsiiiio to produco pork nt two or thrco cents per
which havo occurred In the seasons of drought, It Is pound. The difficulties met with In hog raising hoio mo
necessary to Increase, us greatly as possible forago nro- nn creator iiinn nn ii, -,i,,i,m,i Tt.n,,. ,,,o ,.,,,i,r.. ,,..,
ductlon on ranches by planting nlfalfa, corn, sorghum, of hog cholera doni time to time, but a caieful sislom ,
peas, cassava, and various otner crops. An actlvo move- of quarantining Imported bleeding stock, nnd tho con
ment In this direction Is now taking placo. In tho fol- flnoment of hogs lu fenced mens, will obvlato moat ilangoi
lowing paragraphs a fow details are glvon regarding tho fiom this bouice. Tho llorkshlio Is to lie letommondod us
Btatus of dlfteront lines of animal Industry. piobubly tho best breed for our etindlilons.
,T.Annnunl c0n8,1"I,tl0I "' beef In the Islnnds Is about Dallying In Hawaii la run led on ihlolly for the. pin
14,000 carcasses nnd tho demands for bcof nro Increasing dm Hon of milk Only Mii.ill iiuantltles of butter mo made
qulto rapidly. Thus far the ranches havo been ablo to hore, and no choese Tho piesunt innrkut pilco of milk
produce nil tho beef that Is required, and tho Increased Is ton or twolvo cents per quart. There Is loom for much
demands for beef can bo mot by better management of Improvement In tho tlalrj IntliibtiN mid for considerable
ranches particularly In producing largor quantities of Iih.ipiiko In Hm iirn,iiioii,i nt min. ai..,i ir.,i,i,i..,, j
cultivated forago. Tho chief breeds of cattlo raised for nisli milk to the cltj of Honolulu, p.u t of those being well ' This is to your advantage Look
beef aro Devon. Hereford. Shorthorn nntl Hnlnteln nn nnmii n. ii,.ni,..,. ,i..i .. ...i.m .. ,,.' .. .. .J".i."u4uuu,t1" L,00K
. ,. ' . ,.' .;' , : . . . . . . ....ni... ..j ....v.i.ntiti in, , j i- unlit, titiiL'in itiu in tun ir nn. nn ll' IJIIW
At All Wntchdealen.
Apent for Hawaiian Islands,
!or. FORT and KINO Sts.. Honulnlu.
WANT A WIRE BEDt
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
SPECIAL DISPENSATION TOR
deslniblo feed whon ripe, but If cut while the benns aro Somo of tho ranches tho Horofords are decidedly preferred hands of Ignorant Portuguese, who nnileistand llttlo of UATJTJTcinTT irtr-rn ir Aet.r,,.rr
still green, tho whole plant furnishes good forago. ,on account of their Ideal beef .form nnd large size. In tho sanlton lequlicniuntH of clean mill, pioductlon In v ' ASSOCIATION
Soy beans nro particularly adapted to our conditions othor localities, tho Devons give better results on account some localities an oxeellent qualm of Imtloi Is p-otluced "" c'"-'l Rertania St.
of being moro nctlvo on tho rnngo, and porhnps Icbs sus- A fow of thu outlying dallies In tho mountulu legion
coptioie to nttncKs or sore oyes snorthorns and Angus uro mating ul uccortllng to model n Ideas of sanitation mid
havo given loss satisfactory results thnn on tho mainland, yield excellent letttiiu I'erhaps tho chief ronton fm thu LUNCHES
arc- rate, it has neon tnuiui posslblo to obtain 7ii,uu por aere.ir tno beer market shnwod moro discrimination ns to binall ptollt, tomplnlund of In dnlrjlng, Is to bo found In
'for tho crop of boy beans In our coffeo plantations. Thelqunllty of boof, thoro would bo loss demand for Molsteln tho low milk jtald of dairy cows. Almost no nttontlon
Went Station luib been pronounced satisfactory Slncofor several ears. Humes and other stock aro fond of
a large pail of our laboring population u composed ot green Boighum, and It has the further advantage of being
till, Hnlei'llfltl r.f ...ill'u fif ltl.irn i'lnl.1 I
Itself nn tlin riimrn nntl nrnittlceR n nnntllv nf lionf l.II.1i Tlin lennlt nt tlilu ,,nirtA..t I.. ,!... i. ., n I
satlslleh the ordinary consumer. ubout one-hair an ninth milk as tho ueiage uw on tht'l
The greater number of sheen are located on six ranches, mulultuil ft li nlivlouti t in. t rw nni.rrii,r ,i.i,,.
two of the smaller Islands being practically given over men, with iooI tialiilnr In nil of the technique ol the Jack Rnllv
to the sheep Industry. The breeds raised on these ranches biiblness, could Hud room for tho establMiment of an In-1
aro chletly forms of Merino and Shropshire. The laigeruustij with luigo piollts in Hawaii. fF BULLETIN ADS PAY -J
The most popular
place in ttivn.
The Fashion Saloon
Hnlfl St. near Fort.