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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,
DAWN. SUG. CO;
Arrived on the Transport Sherman
Breaks Out of Any Jail Bank Vaults Cannot
Hold Him Straight Jackets Are Play
ThingsThe Terrible Oregon Boot
Slips Off His Ankle -Handcuffs
Are Mere Trifles
HENRY Challenges any one to bring a re
straining implement for holding prisoners
that he cannot escape from.
Finp Vaudeville Program
By' "Darktown" Comedians
, DAM) IS
PUT AT 25C
t" ' 1 1
the, orgnnlzcr of
Company niul litul
I Twontl-flvc cents will be tlio now Oront Improvement In tlio labor
I dividend kr.iln of Oahu Sugar Colli-, ciimuih iiihI In labor conditions cincr
I pnny, for nt tho annual meeting IhU ully In reported ly Manager 11. I).
Iniyrnlhg tlio stockholders ratHletl tho ,iBi ()f Hawaiian Sugar Company,
, lilnn of tlio directors mado tin I'cbrii- n ,, (.tntvmcnt inuilo at tlio com
in y 1 to Increase the capital stock from vuuy;, annual meeting held this nft-
I ?3,fiO.00() to 5,()0(t,UOO, niul clccldcU tip- cr1(,on llt ACXiunler & llnldwln'n of-
'm thp new illvldoml schedule. llrc ,Mr, llaldw In comments pnrtlc-
Tlio dividend ra hr expcclc. tllur,y ll(m tt.cHu'rcattircf.. 1,ll. on tlio
t ho twenty ccnta nnd tlio new scaiu ... .. .
received v;lth much mttl.rnetlot. hiuugur,, Ion of t.,c new l-onus system
among those wliii huvc money planted ' In the plans miidc to receive tho
III tlio Block M'uropoan Immigrants brought from
Only lino chanfgo was made In the Spain mid Portugal,
lint of directors, Mr. DlllliiKhnin uc- l'lnntntlun conditions gcncrwlly ore
cecdlng Krod. Iowls. and tho officers cry satisfactory, U' report sajs In
icmalning tho same. Tho nniiual meet- ,,urt: "
lug this morning whs of imiisual Inter-1 .-aincc my last minimi report, this
"est liccauso iof tlio presence of .1. fv company has suffered the loss of Its
llaekfeltl, president of the comp.iuj. nnl president mid managing director.
-tiie.now iimiicim scaie 1.1KCS oiicLij0i r lllw Mr. Hnldwln was
'on Ann i iii. r
The K?lau Project.
MnnnRor IC. Iv.llull iircscnlcd nil ox
rc)lot icxt tit the ininiial nicctlim
of Odhii, held this morning, In which
i the following allusion to tho Kool.ni
wilier, project, d made:
I "A connjiiernhfo iinuiiint of money
hint heen spent, during the past jear,
In preliminary surveys mid construc
tion of trails, etc., for the promised
Ivoolail tuniql, n project which liu?
heen tintlct consideration for several
j ears i.mt. And hy which It was In
tended to convey the av.illahlo water
from the Valnhoc, Walknne and Ka
liana sticnpiu, over to this sldo of tho
Island, fur initiation purposes, on tho
juuds of this .tympany. A detailed ro
om t, covcrlnaVthc whole piojcct, with
ostliunto of "coat, .was submitted In An-
I gust last hy Mr. .1. 11. Upplnrotl C.I':.
In cnuJipictloii"wlth Messrs. C. II. Wor
sen, C. i:., ad.V, A. Wflll, C.K, who,
after having iiihdo a complete survey,
and gone over tho ground thorouglly,
recommended tlio proposition as Teas
jlhlco. Owing to a contioicrsy which
has ailscn- regarding the ownership of
I part of tho waters, all negotiations
. Tor acquiring the water rights have,
however, heen discontinued, and fur
ther survey work suspended, pending
a satisfactory solution of tho question
' of ownciehlp."
' Ills icpoit further says:
The total expenditure for tho ear,
for permanent Impioicments and io-
placcments, utiioiuited to $121 115.17
.of which tho principal Item wns for
tho new water ends of tho shaft pump,
'cferrcd to In last j ear's rciort.
Two additional artesian wells havo
heen sunk for thl pump, which, since
tho Installation, of tho new pump bod-
ilos, has heen forking vory s-jtlsfactor-
i Hy and more oi onomlcally.
A considerable outlay has been
tllllllf. llf lll.U, .llV.tlllll,... fni In 1. .......... 1
, Sixty-one newShousos havo heen hullt flnK in H,u, ,l,"t '.h? toa" Ma'
the, iinwnlinn Sugar
liccn Its president
since the plantation wua stnrted. Ho
showed remarkable business ability In
organising this company and put It on
u pa) In? baslh before 70 per cent, of
the capital stock wascnliod In. Dur
ing the history of the company there
were many trjlng times and dltllcul
tics to overcome. Mr. Dubinin wnsnl
wiijh ready with his advice, and hh
personal attention and guiding hand
have brought tho plantation up to Its
present stntc of prosperity.
"The eur Just passed has been a
favurablo ono In ninny wuys. Our
natural water supply has been good
throughout the jear, and for tho most
part wenthcr conditions have been good
for crops, with the exception of n little
too much cold weather during the early
niul latter part of the year. In fact,
tho year's mean temperatures hnvo even
been lower than they were In 1810.
However, conditions were favorablo
while we wcro harvesting the lull crop
and the purity of our Juices stood rc
markabl)'' high throughout tho sciison.
Of course, on tho other hand, our
growing crop or the 1912 crop has been
affected by colder jveather.
"Iicuf-hoppcra and aphis bothered us
some during the past year, and at one
tlmo uttacked tho young plant cano
"Crop 1(111 Wo llnlsheil liurvcstlng
this crop September 28, 1911. The to
tal aereago of tho crop wns tho larg
est wcHiuv'e cultivated, nnd Oa &
Robinson also had a larger area than
ruiuul, consequently the total tonnage
of sugar produced Is tho largest on
record for this plantation. The above
crop wus not grown under favorablo
ediiilltlonsfiM during IhOeur Ifljojor
water supply vva's very poor and'ytli
jomig cuno suffered " considerably
thioiigliout tho mnnpier inonths',otJtlit
vejr. However, tho tlnal results havo
been very satisfactory, npd It Is'.grutl
von Hamm - Young'
Piunecn nd Lcdcn is
the Automobile Itoitntu
Agfni. lor ucb v.i l-hnowu esrs
as Packard I'upo-i lart fori), B.cvn
Durye, Cadillac, Tuomas Hysi
llulrk, Urlandt llak.r Electric, anil
during tho )r. Including an cntliclv
I now v Hinge, Wnslstlng of thlrt)-olght
iiltinctlvc crhingca) for Ktiropcnn la
iKirers, which litis been completed n
Aiteiatlous additions nnil rcpalis
havo also been mado to older houses;
tho camps In gencial havo been rcmod-
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
WFor the BEST RENT CARS In
city, ring up for
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403 RENAULT,
No. tOt I.ANOAUI.ET, No. 580
" C. H. DEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
! AM. WE ASK IS A TIUAi.
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
. T Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
your Automobile and eave Generator
Acetylene light and
' Agency Co., Ltd.
White and Black
Satin Colonial Pumps
White and Black
Suede and Velvet Pumps
$4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Tbcio Pumps follow the lines of tho latest Paris and New
York custom models and, likcnll the famous Regal Shoes, come
in quarter sizes.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King aid Bethel Sts.
Young Hotel Laundry
Guaranteed Good Work
PHONE 1362 UNION AND HOTEL STRTET8
ed, Including the Gay & Robinson sug
ars. 29.7p9.t79 tons of sugur.
"t'rop 1813 ThO' total acreage car
ried by tho llinvnll.il! Sugar Cpmpany
for this crop Is less than our previous
nop. (lay flf Itoblnson ii1m Itavo a
smaller area. Tho crop has been grown
under favorablo conditions as far as
pi,.,, , , ,"". Vi . "ur water supply and goon cultivation
cleil and made sanitary, so that near- . ,, ,r, ,, ,iinlm,.
IVUU IUHV.IHH1I, . i- .. a -
year's moan temperatures nuve uec"
I) nil our lalinrcm mo now well
In roneluslon I would stnto that tho
gencial good condition of the fields
nnd the cslnie as a whole Is most ap
parent, and tho outlook, nt present, U
favorablo foi another good jear." x
ircasurcr 1'fotenlinuer s statcmen
loer than usual wns tho only lilil
Iriinio lp art Ideal year for growing
crops. However, I look for good re
sults and think that tho nverago yield
per aero will bo higher than usuul.
"Crop 1U13 Our llclds of eulic for
I this crop are In fairly good condb
. ""iinis crop urv in iuiii suu -.
shows gross 'profits of l.038.7SI. for tlon and havo been grqwlng remark
' "?5l l iat3, dividends ),! well during tho winter months,
pabl of UI8,ni)0, profit balatico of t)c plant ranc especially looks well
J.121,773.."i7, balance credit to next nnd iimm will im smno beavv yields of
jear of J1,C51,C14.74.
CIVIC FEDERATION GETS
REPLIES TO QUERIES
Tho Inst monthly meotlng of tho c
coutlvo niiifiiiltteo of tho Civic Koder
utlon for.th'o jear was hold at the
rooms of tlio Public Servlco Associa
tion joklcrday afternoon,
s Annual repoits from tho various
StlhrOmtll!ttfnu urn t.u, In ll.n l.n
'Vf,(lio secietary, ,md ready for proscu-
intlini nt tho annual meeting to ho
held on the evening of February 27,
Tho replies to tho Federation's quai
llyun.ilio should all ho In tho hands of
tho secielary well In advance of that
date, that tlioy may ho tabulated lendy
for inosculation and rtlsciissJon.
AriangcmciitB for tho annual meet
ing mo practically coinplcto and this
piondses to ho ono of the most Impor
tant meetings In tiB history of tho oi-gntilailou.
ADVISES PAYMENT OF '
(leurgo lloss has s6nt tho following
chlg;inf. a;pm nialcolm Miiclntyro
lor Hawaiian's ivvho hold .Mountain
Advlso 'pJsjiiie'ut culls pending Ilurch
icport. writing. It'oss."
Tho liuwnlliin stockholders wanted
lo know whether or pot to pay tho
lercnt nsscsspient of fyu eppts icr
fchnio Knglneer Iluicli Is now exam
ining the properly to niukb a tesirt to
cano for the ubovo crop. Bonie of our
rut nnn Ileitis, aro a little buckwnrd, but
on, tho whole the ratoons have u good
sturt nnd urf growing as vveH. us could
"Ti weeds havo beep very bother
siime lUHl'lt li,i been ipilto u dinicult
matter getting our fields for this crop
Into proper sbupc.
"The lcnf-lujpper nnd aphis attack
ed the soijng plant canp during the
months pf Oc'obcr and fCovember to
H coriHldernblo extept, hut these pests
disappeared lp a abort tlmo npd our
tlclds of young plant havo recovered
and apparently aro nono tho worse for
the attack. 4(38.32 acres uro lp cpltlj
"Ciup MM Wo hoyo been plowing
for this cum slneo tho latter part of
November. The wenthcr has lieen fa-
.vnrablo for this work anil our steam 1 1 lai 1 Mum-e to sifrplus if Mil
for Infants and -Children.'
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY YRARS AGO almost every mother thought Iter child must ,hvvo
pnrcgorlc or laudanum to mako It sleep. Thesa drnpi wilt phhIuio plrep,
and nfew Irp too ninny will produce tlio sleep from which there li
no wnklnff. JIany aro tlio children who have been killed or whosn health linn
been ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which li a
nareotli product of opium. I)nig!stsaro prohibited irom polling either of tho
narcotic named to children nt all, or to anybody without labeling thorn
"pol'on." Tho definition of ''narcoilo" is: "A medMnt ttfiich relieve fialn
and prolucc$ Bleep, btituMchinpoisonovBtoM produce Blupor, covict, convul
flons and death" Tho tosto and smell of medicines containing; opium nrn dis
guised, and sold tinder the nnmesjof "Drops," " Cordials," "Soothlnp; Syrupt."
etc. You should not pcr.nitnny medicine to bo given to yoAir" children without
you oryo ir physician know of what it is composed. Cnatorlii does nut con.
i no sn M ca . yj.
litnnlurii of WiafTy. Ci&JUit
"I here fmjaenlj jirrrllcd O.plnrla for com
mon allmcoU of cblldri u w Ith good rrsulta.1
VV. A. Ousdiil, M. D.,
BillTllo, it. T.
"At the futhrr of thirteen cbl'drcn I trrUlolj
know tomrUilog atMut 7iur fErrat mnlldne and,
ailda from mj nnn family fxpcrlcnrf, I hare, In
ray yean of prartlrr, foitod Caatorta a popnlar and
cfflcleat remedy la fitmoat trtj ttomt,'
Vs. J. McCrus.1, t. I).,
Omat a, Kcb.
'I And your Caaloria li Tery be ncrlclal to tho
treaUncrf of cUUdxcn'a atlmcVa."
V. O.TIa, II. 1),
"t object to what aro called pal-nt mmicinn,
w hero tnaLrr alone knnMS what ttuff U pnt lu them,
but I know the formula of ) our Caato. la and advUa
Its nia In proper caca. I Jiidgo It ti lw a very unr
ful, aa wall as barmlcM family medicine,"
N. D. Burn. M. D ,
Children Cry for
in Use Kq.r
NELSON B. LANSING
Now Looted at Bethol and Hotol Streett, Upstairs
AMERICAN BISCUIT CO.
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO, (Candy)
WELLMAN, PECK & CO. (Groceries and Woodtnwara)
C. WASHINGTON COFFEE CO.
CLICQUOT-CLUB GINGER ALE
NORTHWE3TEKN MACARONI FACTORY
WESTERN PAPER BOX CO.
nble nnd systematic bundling of. our securities as they might deem lirsLJ
factory. -Mr. Truscott Is now advanced "ln'lnccordaiiee with the terms of
to tho portion of mill superintendent.? this, resolution IJS0.O00 havo been In
'Termaiicnt Improvements A great' estel In gilt-edged U. H. rullvvnv and
deal of building has bccnJ?olng on'"ii(unlClpnl bonds. Thli makes the to
durlyigi,t(H).pant..'?jr. Vcf hjva'beoh'ElPwInklng fund 315,000."
putjtjnn n h(rgo 'numKfy ""t huuses-yv'? m
for ihcn)icw'lSucOpcaii Immlninti, lo-,.-CHNESE NEW YEAR
a larjje amount Of repair worlvhas been nay APTFR TnMflRRnW
done mid the general condition of ourj.. yUHI rlcn lumunnu"
camps lias been Improved 111 many
I ,The Chinese New Year day will bo
I rpfnlirnted 'nil thn KOVonlocntb of l.'nb-
Some of our railroads havo beenxv..,;;.,.. fhn ,-.,,,,.. nons.it. f'hnn
-:'?:- 1 " r-
tended to a cmiKldcrablo distance. We '
arc still canning on this railroad
C'hjng Ho, will
hold n reception In tho
worklj. i . -. , fro,., n.-in i n.an n m
and will probably .lay down two or '. t
threo mites more during tho next VI aaBSMBBaBaaaanBBa
months. The steam plows have been
at work on a 21-inllllon-giillnii reser
voir, which Is located at an elovatlon
of nlho hundred feet. About 75 per
cent, of ths reservoir has been com
pleted. In tho near future we will
build threo more new camps on tho
uplands, nlsoput up two moro brunch
stores for tho, convenience of our labor
ers In fur-away camps. Our present
Cump 1 will bo rearranged nnd en
larged, Komo cano land will bo given
up In order to spread this camp out
more and put It In u good sanitary
condition. The long houses will bo cut
up and mado Into small family cot
tages. When the tlmo penults, wo will
erect n new warehouse for our main
storo and also build a small wnrchouso
for tho storugo of plantation oils.
"Ilonus tiystcin I'or somo years wo
Imt'n hllll II bonus system Oil tills PlUll
tatlon for hlgber-pald employes mid It
has worked out very satisfactorily.
'Jieglnnlng with the llrnt of the year
1912 n, new bonus system bus been
started on u sliding i-culo basis and Is
Increased or decreased uccordlng to tho
price of, sugar. Tils last system takes
In all thoso not on tho present bonus
llBt us well as all tho laborers on tho
plantation. Including women und chil
dren, nnd should they uvcrngo tho ro-
uulrcd number of days worucii ai mo
end of tho year, they will come In for
n' vejy handsomo bonus."
rinancet Treasurer John Water-
biinao reports S70,000 dividends p.ilil
Honokaa Sugar Company.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Honokuu 8ugu,r Com
pany will be held at the olllce of I'. A.
Kchaefcr & Company, Limited, III Ho
nolulu, T. II.. on Thursday, l'cbruary
29, 1912, llt 10 o'clock a. m.
J. W. WAI.UnON'i
Secretury. llonoku.i bug.ir Company.
Honolulu, Kebruary IS, 1U12. .
Pacific 8ugr Mill.
Tho annual meeting of tliu stock
holders of tho l'uclllc Sugar Mill will
bu held at tho ollko of I. A. Schaefer
& Company. Limited, In Honolulu, T.
11., on Thursday, February 29, 1312, at
2 o'cluik p. in.
J. W, WAI.UllOK.
Secretary, l'uclllc Sugar Mill
Honolulu, February 15, 191 J.
I'upular mid (loud Looking Tho
: n I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
plows havo been making good head
"VV'a will plant iibout tho usual area
pud bring along about tho same amount
of ratoons. Of course, If all things nro
favorable wo may plant u larger area
and correspondingly reduce tho total
acreage of our ratoons.
"The prnbablt acreage for this crop
will bo In
782,:H, prollt on sugar and sundry earn.
nva'amo Aiisu3AiNn ..
On the evening of the Unlvelslty
Club ball, Friday, I'ebiu.iry lli, ull ve
hicles will enter the club grounds by
Ings of mi-r I8t.O00, $J.'U,C00 carried ,1() naIiH Bll,ei trn(.r Ithburds and
to sinking fund.
Ill 'connection with this Tteusurer
Wnterhouse reports us follows;
"Your directors on :(ov,uiber 9, 1911,
pussed the following resolution;
''Itesolved, That tio directors of
tills, conipuliy, estiibllsli a sinking fund,
tho neighborhood of 421U , ,Wrdajic6 with the authority vest- ,-ct,'S.en H.retanla street and the mail
ed in thern; in ucioruaneo wiiu biiii kll lto r Ul(, iTnivciflty Club grounds
Hotel streets. No vchlilo will bit til
Ipwed U' reuuiln lu tho gumnds after
dlselmrglnK Its passengers. Arrungo
nients lpive been inaclo to park nuWi
inolilles In the lirlllshcd yard, inrnir
Miller mid Hotel streets. !tkmrdi
Ireot will bn e!n"ed for tho evening.
"Wo have ordered a Jtilce weigher L-.,,,,
nttil fivtart It In nrslua liAt-n In n uhnfl
of Article XXII of UicJiy-liityH f;.Arrnngcin'ents bavo been mndo for
of this company, said slnklpg fund to lw.iaj niipld Transit service for thu
miii... ii iii nui oS necessary iu i.miif ( ue ,,,.,! ftlior, fur tile purcnasc or ipe ,)M, us.. follows;
...... ......... ...m....w ..... .- nlauiulinn urjipriy in i onniuv, uitr-ruei. imiiu win inArr-
tnry during the ensuing year; In all
probability n new boiler will bo re
quired. Outside of tils last Item men
tinned theio Is nothing of any conse
tuenco needed In our factory for an
other twelvn months, therefore no
large expenditures for new machinery
will bo necessary for some time to
ennie flreat credit Is due our chief
I'liglneir, Mr. II. ?. Truscott, for his
should npportunltj offer, or for pnjlng rol. wnlkikl via King street at 1 a. in.
mid 2 n. m,;
tho stockbolders the par aluo of their
present holdings In cash ..t the expi
ration of the Iciiae; and be It furtlur
' "'Itesolved, That Alexander ,i Ilald,
win, Ltd, agents' for Hawaiian Sugar
Company, be mid they are hereby mi
tborlred, empoweied nnd directed to
For I'liwaa via Ileretanla street, rc
. turning via 1'iin.ihou, tit I u in ;
I'm Maiiou via I'unaliou, n turning tin
Heretlipla (jtre'et. at 2 il III
From corner of Itfclmrds and Ilero-
N'uii'imi, nt '1 u.
tiiuli sliiets for
in. und " u, m.
Invest J2.'0,(iiio of the lonipnny's earn
ings In a reserve fund In such safe
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