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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. 4, 1911.
COMMITTEES REPORT ON MANY
FEATURES OF SUGAR PRODUCTION
Anions tlio IntcrpRllitg reporta nu
(.onlial at llio opening; of tlu minimi
nuetliiK of tin1 Sugar I'liimrrn' Aso
dtitlou Imhiy uric n miuilior or which
briefly mill concisely put Inrtli piotf
lll'rt III MIKar tllilllllCtloil Hlotlloils.
'I'hu Coiiiiiilttcc on I'tiltl iitlnn mill
1'Vi'illlitiiiKin or UiilrrUnti.il 1'Iantii
lions presented u lcport Bljsncil liy W.
(S. () mill IncoriHinitliiK n luiwr
frnm Mr. Jiiiiich Wolmter, of tho com
inlllro, tin' oilier lucinliiTf. l.ului; A.
I.lill'.iite, chairman, Alex MnrrlFun,
Ceo. (' Wilt, mul .Mr. 0;k livlm;
alumni In tin- ultRi'iief nC Mr. I.ld
i ,ii, Vi Okk ?ay tliorc In UUte
.i' ! tin silbjoi. Hk tuclittoiiK that
ih. i iMb fir tho trial in tlin Cali'l'
pillar plowlii); eiifilnu arc nwaltcd
with Intercut. Tin- now fertilizer mix
(tiro Is reriimiiieinleil iih yUluK Hood
((tlcUon li IMlM'il.
Tho (.'oinhiltleo mi Cultivation, Kor
UllzMtliin mul Irrigation on Irrigated
I'lnlitiitlonx I'liiislntM of V. V. llalilwln,
clinlriiinn, II. II. ronhutliiw, 1). 1).
llalilwln, Andtuw Admim ami V. W.
Cmidnlc. Tho cnhinilltuo iIIkciimhoh
lillofly tho now fertilizing experiment
and then proceeds to tho itipstlon, "If
In tlio fall or miiiinmr iiioiiIIih you
r.liiinlil have an liisiilllnlent supply of
Mator or IrrlK.itliiK both tho old and
the yoniiR eaue mid It would he nec
oriuiiy for yim to lot one crop or tlio
other nulfer for water, which would
you lot uffor?" Uy way of answer
the committee reports the replies re
tched from various prominent sugar
intii, Tho late II. P. Ilaldwln Is quot
ed as bcltii; In favor of letting tlio
younK eanu HiifTer and Having the old.
T. F. Ilaldwln, 11. I). Ilaldwln and II.
A. Ilaldwln hold to the same view, as
do James (JIM), (Icoiko 1'. ltonton,
(leorKO Olbu, I-'. Slurk, Alex, Morri
son, (leorKO 0. Watt,' C. II. Wilcox,
John Fasxoth, while. II. K. Hull, V. A.
Alexander mid Geo. It. I'airehlld bcciii
to Incline to tho oilier view.
I.alior SadiiK llcWrcx.
The Coimnllti'O on l.ahor Hnvlng
Devices, coimltitlni? of A, tlnrtley, V.'
.1. Dyer and W, (I. Hall, Bay In paj't .
"We made n thorough luxcstlKutlon
of such reports as have liooii pub
Untied on calm harvesting machinery,
nnd were uuiiiiIiiioiih In the decision
that the WIIkoii mid Webster Cinio
Loader Incorporated Ideas which for
loading Into cars on poitnlilo tracks
"Tho patents for the tWIUon and
Webster loader had been purchased
by Mr. W, A. Kinney, and lie person
ally had built two loaders, but the ab
sence of Mr. Kinney In Ills engage
ments on Planters' Association busi
ness prevented negotiations for the
patent rights for this loader, and It
was not until tho 1st of June that the
committee were nule to purchase
tlieso patent rights and begin active
"One of the machines previously
built was )int in operation by tlio 'Ha
waiian Commercial & StiRiir Com
pany, mid Its operation studied by our
representative. Blnce thai time wo
huvo been actively engaged In the de
sign of u new machine nnd have thor
oughly canvassed the market for a
suitable niotlvo power. A machine In
corporating BOiuo of tho Ideas Is now
well under way, and we hope that It
limy bo In operation In tlio shop of the
builders during the meeting of tho
'A Hpeclllcatlon has been drawn up
to bo submitted to Knstern builders
for a loader embodying many present
features of (be Wllnon and Webster
loader, but to be operated with elec
Loading and Trninportatlmi.
Tho Committee on Cutting, landing
and Transportation, consisting of
John Watt, W. (1. Ogg, K. K. Hull, V.
V. Unldwln, and F. Weber, reports
llttlo new In cutting or loading, stat
ing that tho portable crane loading Is
becoming more generally used. Tho
possibilities of the motor truck ard
commented upon for transportation,
tho commlttcu stntlng:
"This naturally necessitates the
building of good serviceable roads
throughout tho plantations, and your
committee feels that a well colt
r.tructed, well drained road will inoro
than repay the outlay. The subject of
good roads should naturally come
within the scope of this report as tlio
economical handling of fertilizer,
lumber and other material Is mater
ially dependent upon them. We com
mend It to your attention."
Tho Committee on Manufacture of
Sugar and Utilization of Hy-I'rodiicts
is highly technical In its report, which
Is made by Noel Dccrr, Robert Cni
ton and W. J. Dyer. Points nro raised
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WORK TABLES In Karly Mngllsh and Mnlinaany. 11T.0 In 20.
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WA8TE BASKETS-lu Fiumd Ouk. Kuily KiiKllali and Jlulio'gany.' J3.60 to
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Articles purchated now atored forlatar delivery.
Artlclea purchased now atorad" forlatar delivery.
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Articles purchased now
stored for later delivery.
as to the utilization of two big by
products, molasses and bagasse.
Under these heads the committee
says In part:
"There arc other reasons, however,
besides that of obtaining a high ex
traction which nro sufficient excuse
for considering the more economic
utilization of bagasse.
"Firstly, a surplus of bagosso (over
that necessary to afford the steam to
ileal the Juices obtained from the
maximum economic extraction) may
be used, us Indeed It la Jn wuuy
Vases In supplying power for 'Other
purposes than sugar manufacture,
mid In this connection your commit
ire, would Indlcnto that .they under
stand .tliuf gas producer plants using
sawdust mid other sjmllar waste ma
terial are now in successful operation
elsewhere. Secondly, although the
tendency hero Is to ship miilnsaes
rather than to manufacture alcohol,
the erection of distilleries In connec
tion with sugar fucturics producing
alcohola for power purposes Is pos
sible, nnd In such n case extensive
economy hi the utilization of bagasse
would be necessary since any Surplus
of bagasso would find Immediate 'use
In providing steam for the distillery.
Thirdly, there exists the possibility of
bngasuo being used for .making paMjr
Bluco it has been staled on apparent
ly good uuthorlty that the pulp cnp-'i
auie ot iirouuctiou iroui oagasse is
worth .inorejban the bagasso consld"
cred as fuel.. Tourtliljr,' It Is qulto
possible that your Kxperiment Htu
tlon may breed a cane possessed of
such characteristics ,hs, to linikq It n
most deBlrable Held cane, but at the
same time with so small a fibre con
tent, us to make It In tills respect un
Btilted from Hie factory stnijdpolnt.
rtllltstluu of MnloMtes.
"Tho second great Item of .by-pro-ductlon
In a cane sugar factory to
which your committee wishes to. refer
Is the molasses; until comparatively
few years ago very llttlo use of this
material was made; in order to ob
tain information on this point the
chalruinn of your committee addressed
it circular letter to ull plantation man
agers asking for Information as to the
methods in use for the disposal of mo
lasses. From the information re
ceived It Is apparent that a very lurge
extension of the shipments of mo
lasses to the mainland for use either
as cattle food or for the production
of alcohol has taken place; tho first
contract for this material was made
by the Hawaiian Commercial. and Sug
ar Company In 1910 and since then
several mills have shipped or will In
tho very near future, ship nil or part
of the molasses to tho coast. These
mills Include the following: Maul
Agricultural Co., Pioneer Mill t'o.i
Walluku Sugar Co., Oaliu Sugar Co.,
and Honolulu Plantation Co, These
mills represent the production of be
tween one-third and one fourth of tho
sugnr produced In theso Islands.
Xeit Iltcnrd Told Of.
The Committee on Sugar Manufac
turing Machinery, W.. J. Dyer, chair
man, C. C. Kennedy, .1. A. Scott, V.;
W. (loodalo and A. I.lilgate, reorts u
new record In extraction made byj
Kwn mill, several, times the record go
ing about r0 tous per hour, once to
fil."i tons per hour. The Hujiject .of
rlnrillcatlon Is taken up at length, the
experiments recently with 13. V. Kop
ku's system of clarification at Hono
lulu Plantation company being told'
of fully. This report takes up many
subjects, and the various commltlco
members have been very successful In'
getting up statements of results.
WILL BE NEW
According to news received here
from Toklo, Viscount S. Chiudn has
been named Japanese ambassador at
Washington, having been transferred
from Derllu. If the reports are cor
rect, as there seems no reason to
doubt that they ure, the appointment
Is of 'the highest 'Importance.
It Is elated that Hon. T. Siiglmura,
minister to Sweden, will take 'Viscount
Chluda's place at llorlln. The new
ambassador to tho United States tsiu
native of the city of Hlrosakl and
received his early education in a mis
sion school presided over by Illshop
Honda of the Methodist church, later
attending the University of Illinois.
Ho has had long and vuluable exper
ience in the diplomatic service and
lias held many important foreign
posts, ills American experiences
should lit his especially for tho new
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