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r.vnmv. nuuxTiK, noxoin.t'. T it. sATrnnAY, nr.c. 10. 1010.
Sugar Stocks Declined
Do not think that KAIMLKI has declined any
On the contrary blame yourself for not having: bought some KAIMUKI
property instead of investing: your loose-change in sugar stocks. Therefore,
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT:
Kaimuki Property improved and rented wiil pay you a far better dividend
in the long: run than the f luxuating" margins of oil stock, sugar stock or any
other kind of stock you can buy. Our real estate in KAIMUKI moves in
only one directionUP! For the same amount you may intend again to
invest in securities that go-DOWN! you can make a more substantial
investment, one that will enhance in value and remain where you can put
your finger on it when you want it in the hour pf necessity.
REAL ESTATE IS NOT PULLED Y UNSEEN STRINGS.
Having the utmost confidence in the judgement and satLsiaction. expressed,
by all who have purchasedlots and, built homes on our beautiful property,
we claim, and have their authority to claim, that
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and the Out-lying Ocean View Districts
on account of the high elevation, healthful climate and magnificent scenery
is proving to be the best residential section in the city, and is becoming
recognized on the mainland as the "NOB HILL" of Honoluluthe place that
is destined to be the summer and winter residence of many of America's
wealthiest families, and a Paradise for bungalow homes.
WE OWN THE PALOLO HILL AND OCEAN VIEW TRACTS
extending from Diamond Head, mauka, to an elevation of one thousand feet above the sea. All over
this extensive area are choice homesites having an unobstructed marine and landscape view that is
grand beyond description and favored with a semi-arid climatic condition recommended by physicians
as the most healthful in the world.
WE WILL BUILD YOU A BEAUTIFUL HOME
Our prices and terms are reasonable.
Call and talk it over with us.
KAIMUKI LAND COMPANY, Ltd.
Cor. Waialae Road and Koko Head Ave.
Phone No. 328
Cor. King and Fort Sts.
Phono No. 1659
Census Bureau Announces Re
suit of Figures Collected" '!
In Territory. "M
of chief increases!
Fruit Canning and Preserving!
Are Playing an Important!
Part Now. M
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. C lij-M
rector UuruiMl of the Hureau oMtlioS
Census has issued a tirellmlnarvS
Mutemenl of the results of thetceu-fl
tut of manufactures In the UlandsH
or Hawaii for the )ear 1009. It con?fl
slats of the totals for seeral leadX
lug Industries, for all .other lndiis-19
trleu, mid for all Industries com-jB
lilncd A supplementary table gives B
the totals for steam laundries. TIihS
collection of the statistics wait inadejH
under the direction of Mr. VIclorrSJH
The census of 1909 shows that thaM
manufactuies of the Islands. are.(lnjJM
creasliiR rapidly and now are of great
IniportiiiHe. This Is especially fniejH
of those manufactures which, kforW
their luatcrlnls. depend upon sucU.aeaB
rlcultural products as sugar, rice and. M
Bijr Increases Shown. , 'M
ueuuciiig the totals for 1S99 to all
compaiatho basis with the tensus oCM
1909. It appears that during 'the teufl
)enis the number of establishments
luci eased fiom 235 to COO, of -ifllfl
per ent. The capital ineted tiiM
created from 110,773,000 to $24;-iffl
9S0, or 13:! per cent. ' J
The (ott of the materials used In $41
-reabed from 112.2B1.000 In 1899 tii'3
$26,629,000 In 1909, or 109 per cent1. 9
The amount nald in sninri.. n.i Jm
wage during tho )ear 1899 was Z.J
m.uuo, and In 1909 $2,795,000, an
Increase or 37 per cent. i,m
Tho miscellaneous expeuses In? M
created fipm $776,000 to fS.ass.OuTtfH
or 329 iier cent. 9
The groig vuue of products forjE
1899 nnl&u'nted to $23,38(3,000 andSB
for 1909 $47,406,000 an InoreaselbrJI
103 per cent. ' J
Tho value added by manufactured
whl'h represents the difference b'el
tween tho materials used nn,i n. 9
value of products, Increased from
111,125,000 to $21,777,000, orl9Cv,l
per cent. JJ q
The number of salaried peoploWd
wago earners emplojed Increased,
from I1S4 to 6198. or 55 nfroent., M
Sugar and nice Industries. "j
ne BiaiiKura indicate that there) M
Is a large varletj of Industries fairly im
well established In thn Inlnn.i. ...f3
comparatUe figures are given In'tho M
preliminary statement for only lim'fl
the mnniifiirtnrn nr mitm. n...t li. M
cleaning nnd polishing of rice. There $1
worn inn aetnl.lt.Lu.ui . . SW
---.., Mmv ovuuiiBuuiruiH engageu in
thee two Industries during the jear
1909. Their capitalization amoeWt-'J
ed to $15,515,000, or 62 per cent, for 3
the total capital for nil ln,i,.iri., S
Their annual product was valued at j
J8, 189,000. or 81 ner rent nf.lh. -'J
total for all establishments. ' ?
Tim mntiiifnnti.rA A. . , m
. u, BUKMr is uy iar M
tho most Important Industry In' tho1 J
Islands, representing 76 por cent: 'lit
tho total value of products In 1909. 2
nnd 82 per cent. In 1899. The de-(,S
creasing proportion for sugnr,ln 1909M
iniuycaiea in jarger gipwth In the
general manufactures of tho Islands.
Tho number of establishments 'In a
1909 was 4G, n compared with W A
In 1899, nn Increase of 5 per cent. A
Tho capltalliatlon Increased from
$7,992,000 In 1899 to $14,834,000 III J
1909, or 86 per cent. The grow ,j
vnluo of productsJncreasl from $19.- j
255,000 to $35,950,000, or 87 pcrf 1
cent. Tho amount added by manu- 3
faeturlng processes Increased from 1
$9,477,000 to $17,408,000, or 84 per $
Thcro woro 41 establishments re- j-
ported ns engaged In leaning and 'A
)Mllshlng rice In 1899, ns compared J
with 74 In 1909. The capitalization 5
of this Industry Increased from $382,- '
000 to $711,000, or 86 per cent. (lts A
gross products Increased from $6C4,f ;
000 to $2,239,000, or 237 per centl i
Tho figures for 1899 show thatj .
there wero 2705 salaries ofllclals and 3
wage-earuers employed In the maVJ ,
facturo of sugar, as compared vhtn: '
2696 for 1909. In tho rlco Industry' l'
thore wore 191 reported for 1899 arid
172 for 1909.
Canning and Preservfncr. '
The statistics Indlrato a great de
velopment of tho canning and pro
seeing of fruits nnd vegetables slnro
tho Islands were acquired by tho
United Stntes. This Industry, which
for Hawaii represents the canning
and preserving of pineapples, was not
reported at tho census of 1899, but
10 establishments with a capital or.
$2,150,000 were reported for 1909.
The gross value fot prodi)Ct'oMhrsJl'?
establishments wu's $1,591,000, and1 fl
they gave employment to 85S 'a'XJ
arled people and wage-earners. jRiF