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, J EVENIS'O BCUOETIN, HONOLtttAJ, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, APft. 13,-1010.'
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published (by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Xing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
pally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
tVlluc R. Pnrrlnifton,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
' UVUININd MUULIXTIN
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Per Quarter, lnher In U.S. . 3.oo
Pei Year, anvlcrelnU.S. .. ... H,oo
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Per Sli Montas .Ho
Per Year, anywhete id U.8 I.uo
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
fp I Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 &l. Business Office, - 256
entered at the rottoffict lit Hopoluin
at ttcoml-cUsa matter
WEDNESDAY APRIL 13, 1910
In Its last report on a charge of
riling liquor Illicitly, wore
fined tlOO each this morning
liy JiiiIro Do draff In the crim
inal division of (lie district
court. Tlio threo bootleggers
liave been operating for somo
time, until tnken Into custody
after tlio Indlctnient win re
turned. Judge De Graft deliv
ered scathing rebuke to tlio
prisoners before lilm. "I linvo
no sympathy for persons who
conduct such an Illicit business,
and csepclnlly do I condemn
those who opcrnlo In mining
camps," were the words ho used
In pronouncing the sentence.
Who wouldn't be nn Immigrant,! Whereupon they probably paid
nblo to sleep In nine-dollar blnnkets their fine and went out to resume
fond ent Ico cream nt the public' the occupation ot peddling whiskey
'expense? iby the glass.
I Criticism at times is valuable and'
should be nnnlied when necessary.'
However, the great moving force In
society is constructive and not de-
.' structivc. It is better to cheer the
one who is doinrr well than to forget
him in anger toward the man who
is doing ill. Lafayette Young.
' Undo .loo Is having the time ot
his life making faces nt tho Insur
San Francisco headlines speak ot
(the. Atcherleys as eccentric, llono
ilulit Is glad to Know tho proper nnino
?1.SG3,CS3 TATS :i: 3niXml3
in n f J' . cuiui.-uii
(Continued from Page 1.)
cd on November 2Gth, l'JaS, and fin
ished Juno 2 llli. 100!).
Tho fields' or the 19011 crop did not
yield ns much per ncro as did tho
fields ot tho IPOS crop, llm !!! fields
not being so rich as tho IDAS fields;
nevertheless, the results obtained wero
cry satisfactory. Trnm I1..H5.7I acres
52,725 Ions of sugar wore bagged,
making tho nvcrago yield of sugar. In
cluding both plant and rnltnons, 8.31
tons per ncro. The Jnlco was unusual
ly good, ns Is lioino out by tbn fact
that 302.01 pounds of sugnr wcro re
covered per ton ot enno.
Crnn of 1010.
Milling began on November Stli,
1909, which Is the earliest grinding
over dorto on thli plantation.
Up to dnto 2,820 acres havo been
harvested, with tho result that 20,-
39LU0 tons of sugar hnd been bagged.
Last year nt the same dato only 17,
C2S.02 tons had been barged.
Tho quality of the Juice, In Rplto of
somo Neiy wet weajber iluilng tho
past fow weeks, has been excellent
nnd It has taken less en no to mako n
tono of sugar ro far than In nny pro
Tho cano for this crop, especially,
tho tipper lands, suffered considerably
on account of cold weather last win
ter. Howecr, 52.U0O tons can be con- ik--,. ' l. ' !.
sldered n conservative estimate. Thero VjppUriUniLlcS
win e lllioeaietl n.ion null';.
Crop of 1911.
Planting wos commenced March
15th, 190, and finished August ICtli,
1909. Although the grinding of tho
1909 crop was finished ' twenty-four
days earlier than for tho previous year,
nevertheless 1,550 acres ot the 1911
crop were planted with top seed.
Tho weather wns bo cold nnd ct
during tho spring of 1909 that tho rat
toons from tour ot tho fields, that wcro
iiw .. i t I I '. i ft ' mi " '. ... I'.aff"! m ' "
I Trent Trust Co., Itd.
I FOR SALE
I A Bungalow I
I Lot 50x130; well
H kept. House has 0
! rooms; 2 bed- J
1 (1 rnnm
H Plumbing modern,
Electric light, gas, i
I Price, $3200
I Trent Trust Co., Itd.
' I ' ' J A ' , ' M
mi., .in., .r i.
i xnu umct' ul me
and SERVANTS i
Of any kind. Apply to
MARTIN GRUNE, '
83 MERCHANT STREET TELEPHONE 780
,MR. ORUNE speaks the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and can
get just the kind of help you need. '
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
In Sea View,
a nnAti am QtiMrlnw frnm niftlif until
in v'Vi wit hwhuuj w vtiw
ManOa ten in the morning.
r At last accounts that Hunlan over J
fivhom n smallpox post mortem wns
Tnboilt to bo held wns resting easy atj.
Jtbo oxpenso ot tho Territory.
HOTCHKISS AND NEW YORK.
Mr. Holchklss Is entirely right In
Ills conclusion that should the peo-
Ten to one. someone will rlso up .,!.. 0f the. United States give over
hnd challenge tho members of tho tllllr govornmcnt to be run by somc-
laiesi cspeuiuun wuu uia.n. io ... ,.ml nt It will os-
reached tho top ot Mount McKlnley., "" -' '
iciuaie ueiwecn me gruiivrn uuu iuu
When wo Btop to consider the Jus- dictators: -
Jtlco of Senator I.n Kollettc's attacks,-)- According to his Idea, New York
ii siiiium uo riiii.i....c.tu ..mi .. . gtate ,g g0 comI,ietey n t10 i,nah
fregarded ns a. ITogresslvo by ft r llln ... ,hnt ... fear a BwlnK
feteadlly Increasing number of his , ...,,...,. , .... othcr Me,
btcllow cltuens. . hlMl .vmi -r n,,ra am u i tbo
lap of the dictators.
Theso nro tho dangers that have
tAuMr. rlnchot having smiled when
Iboardlng tho train after his confer- n, Uirpn,0ed ,10imiar Bovcrn-
,cnco with 31r. Hookevclt, yo may ment s,-;co the woYld'begnnf nnd clt-
resi nappy m me iuuuhui u. -.. ,Icng gprea uy reni patriotism
' ffiuiiirv in iiriiii.im v B.iiii lui .iiiuiiti:,
Thero Is nothing In the annual
should bo always on guard, always
active In the conduct ot their own
buslnesrot government, always tak'
Inn nqvl In .ntltlra wlilnh la nrlmiir
reports of Hawaii's enterprises, largo ,hc nrt of overnment.
and small, mat jusuiies nnjoiie i-i, Tj0 rcaMurllB fcaturo of the New
concliiilliig tnai any ouier secuou oi York gluntol , ,hat tho citizens
Uio world cnu supply ueuer invest- of iat great commonwealth havo
incuts than Hawaii. L,,MnM nnt Imrnmn sn llllirixt to
t I-" ' " - - ..- .
'rornintlon. so Kteeneil In liolllicni
Bomo people tain oi me corriip- i,(ini(a .hnt thnl- hnv not tho
Kf ....! 1.. tn Vmir ViV t nrr ' " .
yuou uximacu in mo .-. ii - ,.,. . revnlt nnd nnltn In n enm
,'isiaiurensBomciniiig new. n w.o .,a,Bn.fof turning the rascals out,
awakening ot no neonio to mni uio whether they are bis grafters or lit
Mgraftcrs out that shows New orkm
hSlaie to be undergoing a change.
ter being for both land and wnlcr, ex-
plred during 1908.
,..,.,.,. Theso two leases, which wore pro-
.Three fine lots, nil having an OCeail ,.,i ,, !, Ilnwnll.nn Ooyeriimenl
harvested nt that tlmo, started rather frontage. Large (75x150), high and by Mr. Clnus Sprcckels, together with
poorly, which nerpssltnlnl n good deal .... wnno water gotten from prlvato rights,
of replanting. Tlicnu fields havo lnco signuy. 'gavo all tbo water taken by tho "!)
been growing well, nnd, ns a whole, . .. rnn.riti.( lotg liio" and "Haiku" ditches prior to the
are In good condition. Just nt pros- The entire property three lots ino t)io K,K)Inll.. p1c)l' w.. ,.(m.
ent, howover, tho weather Is 6 col.l are offered for a short time for ptructcd. TTio "lCoolair' wutcr. ns
mat noi mucn growui is uemg maiio $100000. i:m aro nndoubte:lly nw.tro, ton-os
. iiuucr a new uuu vi.uruiy nuiuruiw
Take advantage of this exception- lease,
nl hnrirnln i rr'" "Oovornment Lease," dated
' 'July 8th. 1878. was for u period of SO
1 years, with tho prhllego of extension.
In cither tho plant cano or tlio rnt
toons. Thero are 0,545 ncres for this
Crop of 1912.
it has rained so much this winter
that tho steam ploughs wcro shut
down for about nvo weeks during De
cember nnd January, nnd therefore)
only 1,100 ncrei havo been ploughed.
Howover, with six sets of tnckle, no
dimculty Is anticipated In catching up.
Mills: The nvcrnge cano ground
per hour for the two mills was 9G.12
tons, as against 101.34 tons In 1'JOS.
This difference In tho amount of cana
ground per hour Is duo to tho cano
having. been tougher and more dltllcult
to mill than In 190S,
Irate to bo fixed by three arbitrators.
n m . r ' . one nuiKiliitcd by tbo (iovcrnnipiit. one
DlSnOD 1 rUSt lOITlDanV. V- ! "nwnllnn Commercial & Sugar
Co.. and tlio third In bo riix)liitoil by
The nrbltrntors went over thu
ground vciy thoroughly during March
27th. Z8tli. nnd -'JUL IHU'J. and linaliy
'fixed tho annual rental from tho Sth
julco pump, Bwect water pump nnd n dny or July, I'JOS, to tho 8th day nf
Kelley filter press. 'July, 1918, nt $22 500 per annum. This
Tho Kelley litter press Is doing cx-(nwnrd Is nn award by way of rental In
cellcnt work, and has proved con-m lump Bum for tho waters In ques
cluslvely to bo far mmcrior to tho'iinn. In Julv 1918 tho ratn for the
Tho apparent results of manufacture conventional tvno ot nlate nnd frnnio next 10 earr 111 ncaln bo settled in
wcro not as good for tho crop of 1909 press. , tbo same manner, nnd ng.iln In July,
aS Tor 1908, tho totnl losses being As It would bo necessary nt tho end ii)28.
13.93G per cent ns ngnlnst 12.942 per ot this Crop to epend a, sipn of money, Tho "Honomanu Lease" which was
cent. Tho actual results, howover, equal to one-third thu corl of n iww (or 30 jears. nnd expired July 1st.
wcro better, ns Is1 proven by tho rnct uvuporator, to repair tho LUlles, It 1B08, did not glp tho Hawaiian Coin
that In 1809 302.9 pounds of sugar has beo ndeclded to abandon , then) at mercl.il & 3ucar Company tho prlv-
per ton of cano was recovered, as thu close of tho present fimhou, nnd liege of i-iowl: lln'rotore. nftor the'
HKuiusi iuu.i iiuuniis lor mo crop oi to Install oilo Slanill'ril tJ'IH' qunuriipp
1908. Tho dlrfercnco In tho percent- efttct, with 21,000 square feet of heat
ago of losses Is a result of milling a Ing surface, capablu of handling nil
much richer nnd more resistant cano tint julco from both mills. To do this
under similar mechanical conditions. only ono Llllia effect will havo to bo
At tho close of Inst crop ono Bet o.' removed, the sound parts of which will
.miii Housings was so nauiy cracKcu Do used to nut Uio remaining enect in-
KAPAA LAND DEAL.
Tor two weeks or more officers ot
the Territorial government have been
L -The 11 u 1 1 o t i n begs to assure
tho Governor thut the Kapaa pros
pect Is not as bad as It seems. Ac
cording to all Indications, tlio deal
is pracucni.y, hiiuiku y' ' I reconsidering, tho Kapaa land ques
final signatures, seals and deliveries.. '
I llu11. beeiiiug iu rvui:ui iiu uuuui-
Oovernor 'llughcs of New York standing with the Makce Sugar Corn-
talks as If no ouo hud ever heard , nany representatives that will en-
pt Irregularities In tho Stnto Logls-nhIo .e Trritnrv to secure n nron-
er Incoino from the Knpan nnd nd-
llaturo until this senson. Ono mlghti
Rt'ittonKft lin liml never read the Al-
Ibanv telegrams imbllslied In nows- j"n""K iuuu, wuhuui nuuinicuib
i"apers of Now York City for tho public Interests.
Ilast five or tjen jears. I For two weeks the. details of theso
I transactions bnvn been kent almost
' Honolulu does not caro particular- . u . . d.
f. iiihntlmi. thn nnw ctonmuhln tin
..... . ' tinrtf Gndrat cnr-lntv In sn fur no thn
nriliiln.in Is nneratcil bv tlio Allien- ' -" --
Kan-IInwallan company or tho Mat- " "" oi u "-"'"'ry uuve ...,..
1.. vn1.i,..inn rnmnnnv. tiiAr is tlonnlly given tho public nny Infer
cull iitmt)" ." w ...-. . .. . .i. ... - iann
if steady realprocatlon in passenger '""'"" ";. w"ul .' ". "'"?
accommodation for the Increased' a- "he .1,1f"en1 : off1 ,0 fT;'1
frl.l,t trnfllr.' nr thn Islands. tuti'" "'. " " nruuuui,
I li nn ArtAnun nf tliA IsaIt nf nnnfi
UU UII 1HVUUUV Ul llfJ Ul. Ul l-UIIII
den co nroiiscd In tho public mlnjl by
tl.n mntlimlii ailnnlaH l.u llm TaitI
....... it.ii " i.w.wnn ..UU.bu u; WW ..
wiiu renpunsiuu-,,.,,, ,,.. U.)lv ihv ,.rBut in
1 "" ' '"
what appeal to tho public ns dark
and broken at tho points where tho to good order. This effect will bo
cast Iron Is put In tension, that It was kept ready for uso n casj of enierg-
beyond repair. It was replaced with ency.
a' new set, of original design, In which Mnchlno Shop: "During tho last
all tho working strains nro prppcrly year 33 feet wcro udded to tho length
cared for. ot tho Machine Shop, by moving tho
Beforo commencing tho present crop carpenter shop Into another building,
new Intermediate gears wcro Installed Tho move wns mndo for two reasons:
In tho No. 2 mill gear train. Thoso . Klrst, tho carpenter shop was n mon-
worn in rnnlnpft thn nt.t nnna ilil.h nmt (.iil.- ... llm In.irn n.timint tt
I..V.V. ,....w ...u w... u..i., ..,I.VM 11V.U. Ulllllh H, ItlU JlllhVJ UIIIUII1I1 "I
wcro worn out. In making this re- combustible material constantly col-
placement the gear ratio was changed, lected therein. Second, tho nboo
thereby obtaining tho same roller snaco was need In tho machlno shop
speed with tho driving engine, speed to take caro of tho constantly Incroas-
reuueeu zu per cent. Tins chango lug amount of work being hnudled.
should Insure a longer llfo to tho An open-sldn pinner was ndded to
gears, and Is a groat Improvement In tho equipment, and shortly n 3C-ln.
tho working of tho mill. I latho nnd 72-ln. radial drill press will
Boiling House: During the last off bo Installed. Theso machines nro n
season everything In thlu department , necessity and will greatly fncllltnto
was put In good running order to tnkn I the. work In tho bIioji.
off tho present crop. Tho principal I Water Leases.
Improvements effected woro tho Instill- Two Important wutcr leases, known
lntlon of Julco and maceration water I as tho "Government Xcase," dated
scales, thico water driven centrifugal July 8th. 1878. and tho "Honomanu
machines with mixer, a now mud press Lease," dated July 1st, 1S78, tho lat-
annual r""'"! had b"en settled tiv tbo
arbitral 'he water acquired by
the cxl' if tho "Government
l.tnse," th outers on tho Honomanu
lands were . .it up to miction by tho
Commlssloi of Public Lands for tho
To' ''nry if Hawaii, and tho Hawaiian
Cnui'-rclal & Sugar Company being
f.Tho farco ot charging tho coaBt'
wise shipping law
Hy for keeping people nway from
Honolulu Is at unco apparent when, anter)l ,, te 10ro tnnn .,,
come of the chief mhocatea nio In
Htrumentnl In holding up tho rates
otTllvIng nnd travel. If. what they nmem,molU of (ho 0rgan
get wiiua iiivj bv iiciw iiuit ii
bo easily understood,- especially at u
time when tho near approach of the
c Act Is
certain to stir up tho suggestion of
Howover, thero Is no doubt that
the Kapaa problem should havo been
settled long ago, and the situation 1
,The fnto Jf Kalian's future hotne-
Bt'cndorB will! rest with tho company
th'at Is t) control tho wuter of tint now Bllcll that mtio remains but to
iflstrlct. Let us hope, therefore, publish the result ot tho secret con-
that tho principles of conservation ferences. Tho srherao has been nrac-
and tho preservation of water rights tlcolly decided upon.
to tho people in perpetuity win Tll crcat nont nt Issito for tho
work out ns practically for the Ter- people n the so-called Kapaa land
rltory of Hawaii us our local oin- deal Is the disposition of the wntcr
clals and theorlzers declaro should ,Eht8i Control of the land coos
be 'tho case on the mainland.
nululii ever Indulgo it-
with tho water. It makes mighty
llttlo dllTerenco how much lund ot
the upper levels or tho lower levols
nmy hu reserved for homesteaders;
self with tho I'roniuuion oxpenmeni,
ttio police records would bo decorat- If It does not havo an ample supply
cd "wl'h duplicates ot tho following of water guaranteed us long as water
that comes from ono of tlio tections runs in tho district, tho fnto of tho
of the country legally tagged at homesteader may bo readily forecast.
Lulu Bayard, James Wright
land Warren Jackton, three ne-
Broes Indicted by tho grand Jury
Tar this reason, the eventual tit
, teranco of the Territory's officers In
explanation ot what has been done
will be awaited with much Interest.
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation , $1000
MANOA VALLEY T. wo-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved -. .$5500
MANOA VALLEY Duildinp; lots. We havo two bar-
gains in building sites $950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for a term of years, Good opportunity for the right
FOR RENT .
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals $60 to $100 per month
WICHMAN & CO. make n
specialty of line copper plate
and die work.
Orders for Wedding and
Reception Invitations may
safely be left with Wichman
& Co., with the assurance
that the order will receive
careful and prompt attention,
and be executed in correct
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
tho highest Milder, ncqulrcd tbo right
to this water for n period of 11) years,
beglnnljig July 2Ctli, 1909, at tho rnto
ot S22.5UO per annum.
About the snmo amount of water Is
acquired from these two leases, nnd nu
they enter Into tho name ditches, it Is
Impossible to keep tho water separate,
but-nccordlng to tho terms ot tho old
lease, they have to lis treated separate
ly In dealing with tho Government.
Whllo the annual rental for theso
twj woters amounts to $15,000 per nn
mini, nnd tho Government Is being wpll
paid for It, nevertheless, the Hawaiian
Conimeiclal & Sugar Company Is to
be congratulated In having tho witters
K well secured.
Lnst enr 70 cottages, especially de
signed for families wero built. This
year about 120 more will bo erected,
which will greatly Improve thn campi
and add mntci Lilly to the comfort of
Thero was a serious strike by tno
Jupntibsp on some of the Ualili planta
tions during the eur 1909, which wui
the result almost entlicly ol agitation
by Irresponsible men. who had ovoiy-
thing to gain and nothing to lose. Tho
majority ot tho Japanese, howovci,
wcru not really In sympathy with theso
agitators, which Is bomo out by tho
fact that the strike was confined 'mi
tlroly to Oahu.
A complctu Uctory was gained by
tho Hawaiian Sugnr Planters' Associa
tion by standing firm, and It Is not
likely that there will bo'tioublo :i;(nln
soon, ns the Japanchu Inno iNiroimhly
learned that they cannot trust IIiom)
Since October Inst IC Husliins, men,
women and children 71 Portuguese,
men, women mid children, mid 07 Mil
pluos havo uirlVLd on thf pltufuiion.
With tho prospect of many moro of
theso Immigrants, and considering the
fact that the Japanese aro vsrklng ns
well, If not better, than In tho past,
tho labor situation nt I'uuneno Is ex
cellent. It Is n plcnsiiru to stnto Jir.t tho loy
alty to tho company of the employees
of tho dlrfcient departments, and tho
,cxcellent condition of tbo company's
proprriy , goes inr io guaranieo n
SPECIAL SELF-DENIAL MEETINGS
There was a good showing of tho
army reading room, lodging house for
men, mid tho salvngo store or rollef
department last night. Tlio crowd
paid closo attention nnd lemalncd to
In tbo cnnlost of cargo-loading tbo
ship Courngo has put on forty-seven
dollars nnd liny cents nml tho Daunt
less bIiows up forty-threo forty. Thurs
day, tomorrow, evening, tho Manoa
homo for women nnd children will bo
tho subject Illustrated by living pic
tures. Stuff Captain McAbco. matron of
I (ho homo, or her repieneiitutlvo, will
I mako tho address of (h'o evening,
AUDIT COMPANY OF
024 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 04G
Conducts all classes ofAudjts and;
Investigations, nnd furnishes Reports
pn all kinds of financial work.
Suggestions given for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
Mould futura characters. Forai
the saving habit NOW by
' opening nn account with
Bank of Hawaii,
r Capital and Surplus:
MORE RUSSIANS FOR MAKAWELI
1 Kusulnn Immigrants continue to ex-
l press n preference for Kau.il sugar
.Plantations rather than tnko up woik
on other sugar estates Jn tho Islands.
I Tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' As-
hoctntlon sent four men, 41110 woman
nml 'one child to Mnknwcll Plantation
last evening by tho stoaivor Klnau.
Over at tho planters' lccrultlng stn-
tlon nro several iniulllcs who nro
1 awaiting transportation to the othcr
, All locomotives ,ln Indiana, except
those iihed for switching, must bo
cqulppod with hendllghts or lHOU-cnndlopowor.
Fine Family Milch Cows For Sale
Wine and Liquor Dealers
TH0S. F. M0TIGHE & CO. .,
101 and 105 King Street
P. 0. Box 755 Phone Main 140
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin-Editorial Room ,Phone 185
AS APPLIED TO
IS UNDERSTOOD AT
Vfaterhouse Trust qijrre ys, Ltd.
Fort and Merchant Street
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