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MISUNDERSTANDING SOUTH AFRICAN '
DECLARES KUHIO COTTON PROFITABLE
Acting Governor and Delegate Hold FJnrrr Australian Grower Tried Ex
Conference and Explanation Is penment and Industry Is Now
Mad- of Frcar's Wa'o'J-i ".rirly Established !; British
Following n conforenrn Ur, jrs- Cotton growing In c-onilnpiit 1
tcnliiy nflci iKion lioturcn Die Act- milicil In ttie llnwiillnn Inlands ntul
Ins Uotcrnnr, E. A. Mott-Hniitli, nn'l tlonltl lo Liken up by itninll rhiw-
I'llnce Kulilu, .the Delegate to Con- cm. From ton iicipm planted out
ricks, a nlntcniciit wan IkduciI Ii) nlth Cirmmilct good Income hii
Mott-Bmlth to tho gonoral effect bo iiiiiiIp. An) one who fcoU JtiHtinorl
thnt the Mntcniont mndo tiy Prince In giving this now Industry it fair
Kuhio tu'tlio people of W'nlolilnn, trial Is bound to reap rich return.
Hawaii, charging (linornor Frcnr Dr. Thomntls, who wns nt ono
with deliberate nilsrcprcienntlm In time a prominent cotton grower or
making a promise to open tho Ka- Queensland, Australia, from whom
maon larnU (or homesteads was h.. V. Jordan obtained his original
bared upon n misapprehension of tho need, found that labor londltions In
facts In tho cofo. Austiallu undo It prohibitive to tin-
. The statement Issued from the extension of the Industry. He lie-
Acting Governor's omco Is In full as collated with a (Inn In llcrlln, who
follows: purchased the whole of his seed anil
"A conference was held tliit aft- floated a new company, capitalized
crnooti between the Dclcgato nnd ,at 6,000,000 pounds sterling, In
South Africa, engaging Dr. Thomn
tls as munager. lie mgaged forty
five CJermnn families nnd sailed from
Europe In the old Frnm, the vessel
which was used in the discovery ot
the Northwest Passage. The Indus-
jtry In South Africa Is now well cs-
ni)self, as Jt appeared that some
misunderstanding had arisen In re
gard to the Kamnoa land matter.
The conference was held for the
purpose of clearing up any misun
derstanding on this- matter nnd wns
"It nppcars that Just prior to tho tnbllshcd.
campaign preceding tho last clec- Locnl cotton seed of tho Cnrnvo-
tlon, tho Governor had mnde a lca variety Is selling privately et
Ntatcmcnt to the people of Walohl- t per pound, which is sufficient to
II u that the Kaluaoa lands would bo plant up two acres. At sea lotcl
opened for homcstcadlng purposes, cotton requires about nine monthi
Ho wns later followed up by tho from the time the seed Is first plnnt-
Dclcgate, who, relying upon what cd to produce n crop. At the high-
tho docrnor had said, made state- cr clovutlons, owing to tho cooler
ments to tho sumo effect. climate, It will require at least one
"Upon Investigation of tho rec- cnr before a crop can be picked,
ords of the land office It Is now ns- Tho first j ear's crop Is generally
certnlncd that the petitions of tho light, some 2S0 pounds only being
residents of Wluohlnu and neighbor- gathered per acre. Succeeding
hood for the opening of tho Kumaoa oars should average from 1,000 to
lands for homestead purposes' wcro 2,000 pounds per ncro according to
l'ot sent down to the land office un- "oil and climatic conditions,
til March, 1909. The Governor Seedlings are planted In tows six
acted upon these petitions and in- feet by ten feet opart. The xoll ro-
strducted' 'tlio su'rvejor to 'proceed quires to be kept clean. In order
with the survey of the lands In to maintain the character of Its
question for tho purpose of opening staple, the plants should be pruned
them for homesteads. Tho survoy after each j ear's crop has been gatn-
party left Honolulu In tho early ered. When In full bearing two
part of June, 1909, and wns engng- crops nre gathered each jear. The
cd In tho survey for about three and best crop is that gnthercd In mid-
one-half months, returning to Mono- summer when tho weather Is settled
lulu during the early part of Octo- and dry.
ber, 1909. This lapso of tlmo wns Hy keeping tho plantation thor-
icqulrcd for tho survey on nccount oughl) clean, the Doll worm Is kept
of the great dotall Involved not only under control. So far the Holl ,
In tho Kaman.i homesteads, comprise wcavll haH not put In an appear-
Ing ninety-six lots, but also tho Wu- nnce, so thnt small growers should
lohlnu homesteads, comprising havo no fear on that scoro. Tim
ninety-two lots, tho Kiolakca-Kcaa average length of fiber Is from 1 3-4
homesteads, comprising eight lots, Inches to 1 1-2 Inches
nnd other surveys of reservoirs and
county stable lots. Ad Wolgnst, who defeted Lew
"Tho maps based on tho surveys Powell so easily, has come out with
so made will not bo completed and t. challenge to tluttllng Nelson for
Iwuded In to tho commissioner of tho lightweight championship of
public lands until the latter part or tho world. Wulgast will fight nt tho
this week. 133 imiind limit, and will mako a
"Neither tho residents of Walo- tide bet ot $2,000 thnt he wins.
hinu nor the Dalcgato, nt tho time Most peoplo on the mainland con
he made his speech there, appear to elder that Wolgast Is hardly In
havo bcon acquainted with the facts Nelson's class that Is, the Nelson
abovo set forth, and the residents of old. It Is thought that the Hat-
depending upon tho former assiir- tier has gone back n bit of late, and
nnces of tho Governor ns to tho in that case Wolgnst might have n
opening of tho homesteads naturally chance.
tnfnrreil frnm tlm Iiiiima fif limn Hint II,, Itiftftnn- Kv thn rnnnrtu nt llin
the Governor wns iit carrying out fightH Wolgnst lias been engaged In, I
what he nnd originally led them to ho would appear to lack i knockout
believe that ho would carry out. lunch, and he cannot be considered
"Henco, during his speech tho n wonderfully cleor boxor. Nelson
H Delegate was confronted with these lias a way of boring In and taking
supposed facts nnd called upon to p tho punishment coming for ,
klnla ivhi' tliA (tninrMir hml tint . n - Iwnnhi ,...i,lu no u, .imt (knn fin.
.w .,v UW.W..W. .UU ..Ufc tu- bficiii luumia u, , t.iti, iiivii .- -
lied out his piomlso. Uhing up IiIb man In another flfteou
! M.... .1. ..,! iltO KA T.IM...A . ..... ... ft ,.. 1.....1 I. UAA I
IV UUff (,lIUUIO fcllHl IIIO LUIITHUIU Ul IWC'IU) IIII1UB. Ii IIS IIUIII IU BjV
did not go further than to state tliut how Wolgast has any clianco of
It the Governor had no promised and beating the Durable Dane,
had not carried out his promlso, the Walgust made about 1,000 by
Governor hud gono back on his tho Powell match, and that Is mora
promise. money thnnho over got for a fight
"1 havo suld, as stated above, that before.
the conference was entirely satis-
laciory, uecause mo Delegate after The wonderful careor or tcu uoy,
talking with me and ascertaining Yalo's fullback, as a football hero
tho facta of tho enso has treated began four years ago, when, as a
the matter man-fashion and with freshmun, he stood In the mlddlo or
squareness. It does not seem nccos- tho Yale filed and sent a drop kick
sury to say uu thing moro on the whirling between tho goal posts lib ,
subject for' thnt roason, arils away. This occurred -when thn
"As soon as possible the residents arslty team wns taking a rest, and
of Walohlnti, who on nccount of bo- tho freshmon were permitted to
Ing not Informed, muda tho repro- lomp over the gridiron for everclso.
dentations which misled the Dole- "Thnt Is Ted Coy, a froshmun,'
Kf.te, wll be Informed of the correct replied Mr. Camp. "He Is a son ot
facts of tho caso atid tho Incident Protestor Coy, principal of tho school
will bo closed. , at Holchklss, Conn. An old Ynlo
"Tho dclcgato has Joined mo In man. Don't jou remember his tiro-
Itsulng this statement." (ther, 'Shrek' Coy, who played on tho
.varsuy some ears ai',07
Totally unconscious of the fact
that he was attracting attention from
the vaisltv coaches. Cov continued to
When you want photographs that make thoso wonderful punts. His
are real likenesses pose for your pic-, leg apparently had the force of a
ture at the M. K .Henry Gallery on pile drher. No matter how he kick
Hotel street opposite the Art Theater, ed the ball, the terrible force behind
Rnlargcment w (K, ilone Also print- It vVnulil loml II hKIiiihiIiii; mnr
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rtNllTli Route of the Canal
Tuesday, Thursday and RnnSna'c
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parlor, dining room, library or bed room in plain and gilt
' frames that will excite the admiration of your most criti
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prices on these pictures will satisfy you as well. They
vary from 75 CENTS UP.
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