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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, FEn. 24, 1910.
Toy infants and
Strangers Adding From
$4000 to $7000 a Day
Secretary Wood In his weekly re
port to "tho Promotion Committee
"During the first three or four
vcarg of tho committee's work, many
discouragements vvcro met with, and
at times It seemed ns though but lit
tle or no progress wan being made,
jet every lettc Bont qut, every ef
fort put forth by the committee, was
undcUiledly along right lines, and
we lira, now reaping the benefit of
til t A i.aaI u4 .1 At fr t.rtlllailllrlllrt tt4kTbP A
fritted, and sold under the names of "Drops" ''CordUK.- "SoolhlnR flaps' "'IT nZi ,',' ",. : Z
'joying our delightful winter weather
Don't Poison Baby.
TJORTT YK.V51S AGO almost evry tnolhor thought her child must hT
pr.rejrorle or laudinum to ma'io It c'.er;). Thco drug will produco sleep,
nndnrcn drops too innny will produco the sleep from wlilrli tlicro Ii
no wn'tlnff. Many are tho children who lmv) been killed or whose health has
been ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
ntrcot'o product of opium. Dru.-gU'.s aro prohibited from selling either of th
narcotic ua-ncd to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling then:
'poison.!' Tim definition of "narcotic" Is: "Atnalktna which rclicxcs put
andjirmiuett titty, but which iiie'tonotti domt produces ttvjwr, eo-tui, rmml 1
elons and death." Tlio taste and smell of medicines containing opium aru du
etc. iousnouiu not permit any mo Ik mo to uoplveu ti your cuilurci v
jou or your physlclun know of what it is compoM d. Crulortu Coc ;
rirrnntiiro of Wi&F?x7-&eAM? Cr-'rlfi
Phyci clans Recct.i.nchu' Cat tori a.
I hTts f irqntfitly prw rtld CaiIotIa for con.-
luou AlluiiitA or eta) Jrta with good rcu't
VT, A. CU1D1LL, M. I) ,
BhIaIo, N. Y.
"A 1io fulhet of thlrlixn clil'drrn I trttilrl?
iiow Aom.Oitnc atoat your crcAt tucdlclno And,
tle from wy own family rtxrlonr, t hare, In
injr ymnt of practice, foanl Camq(!a a popular auiI
cQclcut riiiiulv In Almost errrj home,"
Vn. J. UcCcaim, Jt I) ,
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but t know tM formula of jmirOriiu r f it',-
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the pi (.sent llmo than over be-
f m adding f.om 400n to 700 ptr
ua o he local circulation, Vu
li e u tv Af'y per ecu: nuiro tour
I i hi vl u. i tii ,.ut, and nun
tiiil till. 1. 1 nit. ot iuj kumiier cll
Mm t' nn i tliK li" it of our ninimor
lk".M'iK rjiil to Inge .1.0 setting to hi
belli r I, rnwr., HjnmiII Is lapldly bo-
ioikIii).' a:i till Hi ii.ir louud icsort.
Wnr. lne I'l.ui dt uuiK toi the 1U11
icatrn tiirluiuiilati's r. li'.?i dlstrl
Ijuth'ii of 0111 fill lets nnd an In
clined nrilvlty ulung all lines.
"A sparljl u.1o,-t -vlil bo iiude dur
ing (he 111 M fu'v uiunths !o reach
etui) muomobllo uwner tlnntighout
the United Slnleii nnd Cm.adu, In nn
cudciar tu (ontlticv them of the
fi'i-t ilut Ilnv.nll, with its s:)lendl't
i.ndb and dependabla dlmate, Is tho
vi -y bJ.it lntc.- tuurht tesort tho
wotld (ior for thiyiian with nn au
tomobl c, n lid wln.e on tho lookout
foi the culthy tourist, tho man of
nfxU'iu'.o menus will not be forgot
ten, fci ; shall bo able to comlnco
hint that olo can llvo cheaply and
veil In Ilanall. that. In fact. Hawaii
jli the ICenl varallon spot.
J "Tha truth about the Islands of-
1 fciii so much In the way of luduto-
linent and attraction to the liomo-
Ecckcr, lualthseeker and tourist, that
our worJt Is rendered compnrathcly
easy Hawaii Is satlsfjlng."
OLAA IN LINE OP
COMPRISING all v. latest styles, pat-
tern3 and shades, and which we
purchaved at 33 1-3 off (he cost, we are
now offering the public at an equally
Amongst our latest importations b
a complete line of the famous -
''MOfiWS FRIEND WAISTS"
andthelarst and most complete line
y of, PAJASVltt ever seen in the city.
THE EVER POPULAR
I "r I
m L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
mMl; I , Alakea Street
Kviir'., &A mi ni.i..i.. i-
ftiASAslii m x. I ''"i1 ii'ininii l-iiiiu is raiiKiiiing pn well
linK ' liHBMHAVVHMBBHHMHHHBHHHMHAMnHHHHM that only bo nccestary to plant text lu laigo tjpo ar.J nmplo margins.
(Contlnnnd from ?ra O
Cioji 1000 'lho total area harvest
d was C 333.43 nctes, gUlug a total
ileld.of 10,170 tons sugar, or an avor
nge production of 2 8. tons sugar per
aero. This not cry satisfactory
Lowing Is partly attilbutcd to poor
luturns from a lirgo area ratoonod
Irom too thin plantings anj plantings
fiom "bo ly cane," nn inferior article,
when Yellow Caledonian seed was
icarce nnd cvpenslvo four years ago.
I There ucro a'.en luclmlcd In this crop
1 COO acics i f Iloie Dnmboo, tho last of
this arl(iy, :c 1ms iroed unsult
r.tilo foi conditions at Olaa and nhlch
no longer mli ha planted.
lho coit nf tho crop was also ex
ceuflvo owing to tho amount of ro
rocking dono on tho fields so as to
admit of nuno economical plowing and
(.ulttMitlng In the future, and also oif
account of the groat amount of hoeing
recetsary on n largo area of plant
From now on, ratoons will const I
Into tho linger part of our anuuil
crops and will, of course, bo much
cheaper to ralso.
All the heavy planting necessitated
by changing the cano on tho entire
property has been dono, and paid for,
nnd the advantages from ratoonlng aro
now available Yellow Caledonia ra
toons ery readily at Olaa for th.io
successive crops. Toi,,y all t!.u ra
toons on tho place aro (list class anil
lu many caves belter than tho plant
Crop 1010. Tho area to bo cut for
this oiop la 6,133,44 acres, all ot It good
c aim and to far Lhead of tho 1009 crop
that I cstlmatu o will have moro sug
ar this year than last, although wo
!mo TOO acres less to hurvcbt.
I lUuro (h'e production for 1910 will
bu In the neighborhood of 2'),000 tons.
Crap 1911. lho uiea ot plant and
ratoons to be harvested Is 6.4S6.1G
p.ci03. Tho planting was finished In
July nnd tho cano, both plant and ia
toons, Is much further ahead at this
ronton of tho year than ft has been for
nn previous ciop.
Tho field ork Is well advanced and
most of the cano Is at that stage of
Kiowtli wliero It will bo nblo tu tuko
cure of Itsolf as far as weeds aro con
tented. Iu the spring of tho year I In
tend to give the fields a dressing of
ultrale of soi'a or sulphato of ammo
nia as tho cftso may bo. Expoilmcntal
applications of 'those fertilizers mado
(lining 1909 havo shown markedly ben
eaclal lesulls. Vllh avorage weather
this crop will bo considerably larger
than nny that haB been harusted In
the past. In conscquoncu of tho ad
vanced stago of this crop It will ro
quIip much loss o"cpondlturo during
tho jcar 1910 tn bring It to maturity
than was epeiucl on tho crop of 1910
during tho past twelve months, I nlso
CHtlmato tli (it tlils'cinp vlll vbow nn
increased ilcld over tlio eitlnnio for
1910 ot from 4,000 tn Om'O toiiH of
Ciop 1912. Tho aiw tn bo plants I
(pxcuale of uutsldou) v,UI bo liv
tweon R00 and COO acrea. The Yellow
Cnlodnnlan enno Is ratoonlng o well
this small nrca. which will ho a great
env'lng In field work. The total area
for this crop will be approximately
6,400 acres, .
Expenses. Tlio expenditures on the
field accounts during the 12 months
ending December 31st, 1909, Bhow vox
Increase over that of 1908. On' tho oth
er hand, the crop for 1911 Is very
much farther advanced than the crop
1910 was December 31st, 1908.
Plantation In General. Tho Held
work Is further along at thin tlmo
than In any provlous venr. The field
ere tn a better physical condition and
tho enne much further ndvanccd than
at this (Into a jcar ago. Domcrnra No,
113Gcnne continues to do well at
Mountain View Section and wo aro ex
tending tho area planted 40 this cano
as fast ns possible.
With much larger crops In Bight,
costing less to raise, and with decreas
ed Interest charges consequent upon
tho consolidation of the company's
debts lu tho now bond Issue, the out
look for. tho plantation Is more prom
ising than tt has been for many years.
IMP HOVES KEKAHA
"'fOottflntts) Prom ? 1.)
tho manager's report savs:
Crop 1910 Vc have at this writ
ing, February 4, milled about 4S00
tons nf sugar cf this crop, and fluids
nro coming fully up to cxpectuttop.
The estlmnto for this crop Is IV
fiOO'tn 13,000 ton3 of BUgar, depend
ing largely on tho le!d of tho lnnu
ka(fands which were pirtly planted
late In 'November and December,
owing to the lata Installation of
power and pumping plant.
This cane is nll'mauka of tho ditch
at an elevation of 300 feet, and has
been Irrigated with water pumped
by1 tho"cloctrlcul pumps.
Crop 1911 We havo' planted 150
ocres of new land for this crop at
nn elevation of 1C5 feet abovo tho
300-foot level, nnd although it wan
planted late I think it will give a
fair yield. Uesldes this we have
also planttd about GO acres new land
beloVth'o siob'-foot level. This is
all new land and with the 200 acres'
longjatooiiB vyill glvo us 400 acres
to harVestCirvm the mnuka lands for
I estimate that wo will have about
thoAsame crop for 1911 as for lira
lireoni,cr6, 12, C00 to 13,000 tons
Ditch The dftch water supply is
keeping up fairly well, but with the
exfra land taken in abovo the ditch,
we havo at times had to run our ma
Knl pumps. ,Tho mnkal pumping ex
penses, however, have not been very
large, and the water in the wells Is
very much Jinproved, only contain
ing a very sniall amount of Bait.
We iiavo jOd to do a good deal ot
repairing on tho ditch during the
year, and have 'lately had to con
struct a flume for 400 feet. This
will, however, put the ditch In fine
rondltlon and the upkeep for next
j ear should not be very large.
I am pleased to be able to report
that the plantation is now In very
fine Bhape, nil due to the new water
supply, which will benefit us to un
even grcator extent for the coming
The officers elected are: President,
(1. N, Wilcox; first vice-president, II.
P. raje; second vice-president, Paul
II. Iscnberg; secretary, r. Klamp;
treasurer, Win, Pfotenhaucr; audi
tor, Armln Hancberg; other direc
tors, A, S. Wilcox, George Rodiolc.
PLAN WORKS WELL
(Oontlnaca from Xaw I)
The 1911 crop will bu luken from
2S0 acrea and a yield of 19uU tons 1b
"Hie general condition of tho plan
tation li good," reports Manager Fas
both. "Every machine Is kept lu good
condition and repair. Tho mill build
ing Is almost new and In excellent
"Tho laborers' quarters aro In poor
condition and should receive attention
lho coming "year. '
"Labor condition on this plantation
la excellent, the contract mado with
tho Japanese Co, for the cntlio care
of tho fields and delivery of enno to
tho mill, I am glad to say, has worked
very Batlsfactprlly for tho last soven
earu; they aro working faithfully and
nro sa(!sfled with their engagement,
realizing that they aro working for
theniselvos as much as they aro for
tholr cm 1 layers." .
UNIQUE EDITION Of
Many Witness Departure
. Of Newest
Captain Pctsr Johnson, master of I
lho new Matson Navigation liner Wit'
hclmlnn did not forget his old love,
the Hllonlan, its ho trod tho brldgo of
tho latest addition to the Matson I.lno
In passing tho older and smaller ves
sel at the tlmo ot leaving tho harbor,
this morning. '
The WUhclmlna's siren tooted n
fond farewell to the sister ship and
Captain Johnson can bo pardoned any
outward expression of his emotion
as ho doubtless recalled many pleas
ing incidents connected with his foi
lho Wllhclmlni sailed for San
Frauclccu this morning taking nlnnly
passengers In "lho cabin and tlility
five booked for tho stceugo.
Thcto was a largo crov.d prccnt at
tho Matson wharf to bid ntuha to tho
Initial depnrtmo of tho Wlllielniliu on
her ninldcn trip tu ami Francisco.
Tho Wllhclnilna lclt this port well
down at (bo head. Tho vesecl Is tak
ing a largo general caigu for tho
mainland. Included In tlio shipment
of Hnwnllan ptojucts was about four
thousand tons of .raw sugnr, 800 tons
ot refined sugir, 1800 bunches of b.v
nanni, 400 sack nf rjco and a quantity
of sundries Including hides, empty
I barrels and va.lous articles.
Th;iu were many who paid a visit
to the Wllhelmlna' for tho first tlmo
this morning. The sta -at-homes were
'loth to lcavo tho vessel even after
tho sounding of tho whlstlo and the
'gongs. Tho reception on board prior
' to tho Balling whllo promptu was a
The Wllhelmlna is leaving In tho
command of the well known an 1 popu
lar Peter Johnson, with C. Peterson
ns Chief Officer, Jos. Dakcr, Chief En
gineer, J. Lombardo, Stoward, Charles
A. Drew, Purser, and Dr. L. II. Scliwo
PROMINENT Y. M. C A.
John, J". Moore of New York City,
tho travellnn tceictnry of the Inter
national committee ot tho Y. M. C.
A., will be hero on March 17 and
will remain about ten dns. Ur.
Moore travels through the Unltid
States and Canada to help and ad
vho the Y. M. C. As. 'In regard lo
'their wof-k. lie Is coming tu this
city on a special Invitation from the
board of directors of the local Y.
M. C. A., to examine the work this
Association Is dUng und make sug
gestions iu icgurd to the growth of
the Association nnd the building
plans for the neu building.
During his bilcf stay here, Mr,
Mooro will ttudy the inllltarv situa
tion with a view to piovldlng Y. M.
C. A. buildings and feci etui lea for
the enlisted men of lho Teultory.
lie will Bpcak In the Central Union
chinch on Sunday, March 20, and
lu u number ot other places during
This evening there v. Ill be a bi
weekly, meeting at Fort Rugcr, at
which Hcv. A. C. McKeever of tnc
iChilstl.tn (.huicli will seii'i. Ills
subject will be, "Tho Christian's Ar
mor." This Is the last of a series
of four addresses which Rev. Mc
Keever bus given at Fort llugor,
under tie auspices of tho Y. M. C. A
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WfllTNEU MARSH, ltdr
Begins Tuesday Next, March 1st
Great Sale of
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Values up. to 60c ; )Cn vxrA
Redccedto 31 ydlU
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UltlS" 'I I ' '"li' nil m
Revlced Version, Many Years in Pre
paration, Ready for Printer.
LONDON, l'ebruary 12. IJIblo stu
dents aro keenly interested in tho an
nouncement of n now edition of the
rovlscd version of tho Now Testament,
with full marginal reference. Tlio task
hab taken thirty-eight years, havlns
been 4 begun In 1873 by the lato Dr
Frederick II, Bcrlvoncr nnd tho late
Trofessor Moulton. Tho revised vor
rlon published In 1898 contained only
nbrldged references. In iccent years
I'rofessor J. II. Moulton nnd Dr. A.
V. Greenun havo been pncicerl In mm.
pfcllng tho work.xTo many vers.es of
no H"iei nnii mo upixiio iney nave
ml led iioai 1 j cue hundred marginal
i(.l3U'iicei, each lieu Ins uinii tho text
or meaning of the verses.
"I often worked ir.i'iir llilrlsaa.ho.itt
a 1 iy il i. 'n s i ij v.ig iilops," sal, I in-.
flieeniip (odny, "To aid mo I had
largo sheets minted with thj nnmiel
Hint It will only bo iiccestary to plant lo.t In laigo tj pe ar.J amplo margins.
(Continued from ,Fa 1.)
j ear, which has been set lor Septem
ber 12, 1910.
"Wo havo lu the Territory nl
prcsont excellent homo ,lnlent that
may conduct such a school, us'woll
as sovoral well-cn,ulppcd ochdol
buildings, any one of which wotilU
give nmplo room. I
"It Is believed that this summer
school will greatly improve tha ten th
ing force throughout tho Territory,
and that the cvldonce of tho good
work will be ample to convince tho
next Legislature that suih a school
neods financial support.
"With this hope In view thero
could bo a committee appointed near
the close of summer school session
which could work In conjunction
with tho instructors selected to con
duct the school, preparing a detailed
outline nnd list of practical ques
tions on such subjects ns aie neces
sary, that the various teachers may
do some home work If they choose
during the next school j ear, prepara
tory to a second summer school In
1911; and with tho understanding
that It Is the intention that tho se
ries wlJJ extend over a period ot
three summers. Such nn extended
couise will build up tho omUeucyaf
tha service and result. In a much Im
proved educational system In Ha
On these I compiled n list o,f rofor
enccs. Tlio. refinances fo a flnglo
voido opcuplod nio Irom flttt to last
thlitcin vents, returning to It, as I
(lid mer mill over ugaln. Tho, pub
Mention will take placo In a fow da.)-
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