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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1901.
OF SUGAR PUNTERS
(.Continued frost First Page.
Hawaiian Agricnltnral Co, Pahala,
H. M. Rentcn. assistant manager
Union Mills Co., Kohala; B, Berg,
of Grinbaum &. Co.; Geo. R. Ewart
manager of KJIauea plantation, Kauai;
Dr. Averdam. director Pacific Guano
and Fertilizer Co.'s works; Wray
Taylor, Commissioner of Agriculture":
H. P. Baldwin, president of principal
plantation properties on Maui; W.
Pfotenhauer. of H. Hackfeld Co.;
J. A. Low, manager of Honolulu plan
tation; August Ahrens. manager of
Oahu plantation; Charles M. Cooke, J
representing various corporations.
The names of the firms and plantations
enrolled in the Association were
also called by the secretary and the
minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved.
President Schaefer read his annual
report which was ordered printed in
the Planters' Monthly. The Secretary's
report was also ordered print
ed in the Planters' Monthly. The full
text of these reports is given below:
Secretary Mead's Report.
At the annual meeting held in October,
1900, the following gentlemen
were elected trustees of the association
F. A. Schaefer. J. B. Atherton.
H. P. Baldwin, W. G. Irwin, F. M.
Swanzy, H. A. Isenberg. Geo. H. Robertson,
W. P. Pfotenhauer and C.
The trustees so elected chose the
following officers for the ensuing
year President, F. A. Schaefer;
vice president, C Bolte; treasurer,
H. A. Isenberg: secretary, -W.
auditor. J. B. Atherton.
In April. 1901. Mr Bolte resigned
as vice president and trustee, and
Mr W. G. Irwin was chosen to fill the
vacancy; and in July of the same
year Mr. B. F. Dillingham was elected
trustee in place of Mr. Bolte, resigned.
In August, Mr. H. A. Isenberg resigned
as treasurer and Mr.
resigned as secretary and trustee,
and Mr. W. O. Smith was elected
trustee, treasurer and secretary.
In October, Mr. J. P. Cooke was
chosen auditor in Mr. J. B. Ather-ton's
absence, and Mr. R. D. Mead
was appointed acting secretary and
treasurer during the absence of Mr.
meetings of the
tees-.have been held during the year,
besides many conferences.
The attention of the board of trus
tees has been devoted very largely
to the labor question. As usual, since
the formation of the association in
1S82, the question of obtaining laborers
for agricultural and mill work
has been one of the most im'portanL
During the past year, after much
difficulty, 2S30 laborers have been
brought from Porto Rico, besides the
introduction of nineteen negroes from
the Southern States, seventy-six
Italians and 105 Portuguese, and a
number of negioes has also been obtained
by one of the local firms.
The experiment of bringing such
negro iaborersvdid not prove successful,
and no further attempts in that
direction were made.
The Italians, though few in number,
have thus far proven satisfactory.
Crops. The crops harvested for
the year ending September 30, 1901,
have yielded well, amounting in all
to 3G0.03S tons.
Experimental Station. The Expert"
mental Station has been maintained
and efficiently conducted during the
past year. Mr. Blouin, the director,
has done very efficient work. Owing
to illness. Mr. Blouin resigned in
August of this year, and Mr. Eckart
has been placed in charge pending
the appointment of his successor.
The expense of maintaining the
Station is considerable, but there
seems to be no question as to the
value of the experiments made and
A meeting of delegates from all the
Islands was held in August of this
year, and the results of the meeting
have tended to establish co-operation
and better understanding among tlr
managers. Such meetings will be held
every three months in Honolulu.
ROYAL D. MEAD.
Acting Secretary Hawaiian Sugar
Honolulu. November IS, 1901.
President Schaefer's Report.
Honolulu, November IS, 1901.
To the Members of the Hawaiian Sugar
Gentlemen: Another year has passed
away since the members of this
association met in annual session and
we look back upon a year of arduous
efforts of the trustees and the managers
of the various plantations of
this Territory to overcome the difficulties
with which the sugar industry
had to contend. Yon are so thoroughly
conversant with the labor
troubles and the serious results which
have arisen therefrom to every plantation
of this group that I need not
refer to this subject at great length.
Although the situation has improved I
somewhat, the scarcity or labor nas
not ceased to exist, and it will require
the continued efforts of this
association to provide for an increase
of labor to supply the demand.
The outlay- of capital for immigration
purposes has been very large
during the year now closed, but in
full realization of the urgency of such
expenditures all the plantations of
these Islands have readily contributed
their share in equitable proportions,
to the whole- Exceptionally dry
weather prevailed in seme districts of
the Islands of Hawaii and Maul, particularly
In Hasakua and Kohala,
with such disastrous effect on the
growing case that tMe crop of 1902 is
expected to be reduced by it to a
very cossIder&We exteat. This drouth
lasted for a psriod of six aaoatbs with
hut slight showers of rate
Sagar prices, as compared with the
preceding year show & decided decline
aad t believe the difereace in
the met proceeds to be approximately
$1 per tea. This ie !' itself an
iusese,efcteacy which Is the sore
seriowir felt, as through excessively
akwagc a ethrcaee,jUie" ex-
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Mr. R. C Blonlh was esgaral by
the trustees to sneered Dr. W,
weii as director of the laboratonr aad
experiment station, and asade
cessfal start fa his wark, vfeitias
aiso every plantation of these Islands
and thus making; the personal acquaintance
of every manager and
gaining his Information on the spot
i oeueve tfcat Jir. Blouin did not
the planters but proved
man of high scientific attainments
and good practical experience which
adapted him particularly for the position
he was called, upon to filL It was
a matter of regret to the trustees,
therefore, to have to accept Mr.
uiouins resignation, necessitated bv
it is to be hoped that unanimity of
action will solve this problem to the
best Interests. of all concerned.
Reports of committees on various
subjects will be submitted to your
consideration, as usual, and there
remains nothing for me to enlarge
upon, but I bid you a hearty welcome
and I hope and trust that your deliberations
will be productive of a
good understanding among your good
selves and be beneficial In many
F. A. SCHAEFER.
President Hawaiian Sugar Planters'
Statement of Hawaii sugar crop.
1900-1901. from October 1, 1900. to
September 30. 1901: ,.'
Hawaii Mill Co '. S43
Waiakea Mill Co 10.800
Hilo Sugar Co 10.214
Onomea Sugar Co S.722
Pepeekeo Sugar Co 7,173
Honomu Sugar Co 4,401
Hakalau Plantation Co 10,932
Laupahoehoe Sugar Co 5,504
Ookala Sugar Co 4.96S
Kukaiau Plantation Co 2,000
Kukaiau Mill Co 2,000
Hamakua Mill Co 7.S0S
Paauhau Plantation Co 9.635
Honokaa Sugar Co 9.903
Pacific Sugar Mill 4.94S
Niulii Mill and Plantation 1.516
Halawa Plantation 1,357
Kohala Sugar Co I.. 3,160
Union Mill Co 2.003
Hawi Mill (R. R. Hind) 2,727
Beecroft Plantation 325
Kona Sugar Co. 1,500
Hutchinson Sugar Plan. Cor... 9,9281
Hawaiian Agricultural 'Co.... 10.956
Puakea Plantation '. 145
Olaa Sugar Co....' 1,150
Kipahulu Sugar Co 1,992
Hamoa Plantation X..... 1,450
Hana Plantation Co 2.774
Haiku Sugar Co 5.4SS
Paia Plantation '. 7.210
Hawaiian Com. &. Sugar Co.. 22.345
Wailuku Sugar Co 7,902
Olowalu Co '. 1,240
Pioneer Mill Co.. Ltd 6.56F
Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd 1,374
Total . ...:'. 5S.349
Waimanalo Sugar Co. -'- W5
Heeia Agricultural Co., Ltd... "1.507
Laie Plantation ..."1,693
Kahuku Plantation Co..,....-.. 7.072
Waialua Agricultural Co'. 17,6bj
Waianae Co 4,020
Ewa Plantation Co.... 33.036
Oahu Sugar Co...v 21.454
Honolulu Plantation 'Co 10.00S
Kilauea Sugar Co 5.364
Makee Sugar Co 9,954
Lihue Plantation Co 1S,356
Grove Fares Plantation 2,1 S3
Koloa Sugar Co . 5,492
McBryde Sugar Co 2.20S
Hawaiian Sugar Co "... 13,419
Gay & Robinson..... 1,554
Waimea Sugar Mill Co .... 919
Kekaha Sugar Co 7,412
Estate V. Knudsen 676
Total ,1.Ti 67,537
Grand total -.360,038
W. G. Irwin & Co!, Ltd. TONS.
Honolulu Plantation Co..,....10,00S
Paauhau Plantation Co ... 9,635
Hutchinson Sugar P'an. Co. . . 9,938
Hakalau Plantation Co 10,932
Hilo Sugar Co .10.214
Kilauea Sugar Co 5,364
Waimanalo Sugar Co.., 3,045
Olowalu Co .-.. 1,240
Total . .,..-
H. Hackfeld & Co.
frwrtly &rte4 at tWelsaa tle. IlMoa Mill Co....
Lihue Plantation Co 18,356
Grove Farm Plaatatloa 2.183
Koloa Sugar Co.. ....."....... 5,492
Kekaha Sagar Co....v 7,412
Poineer Mill Co 6,5$S
Kipahulu Sagar Co.- 1,992
Kukaiau Plaatatiea Co....... 2,M
Oahu Sugar Co -i 21,454
Hawaii Mill C-, lta 43
Thee. H. Davtes & Co., Ltd.
Waiakea Saar Co..., 1,SW
Pepeekeo Sagar Cs..'.. 7.173
agar Ce..; 5.54
Kukalaa MI8 C..... 2.W9
HaMakwr MIM '7.SS
NIalii MM. -.-....."---.., AJSl
...;W - 2.W3
XcBryde Sagar Co
Poakea PIxstatioa .....
Total ' 33,452
C Srewrtr i Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co 1Q.S55
Honcmu Sugar Co .- 4.401
nir ,v m. ; vt -" nioa fiantauon
rC n... l". ' Make Sugar Co 9.534
f c rrfc s t"
t WUUUUCTA Uf,iU V. w,
jOokala Sugar Plan. Co 4,955
Castle &. Cooke. Ltd.
Wsialua Agricnltnral Co 17,695
Ewa Plantation 33.035
the tatter's protracted illness brought Kohala Sugar Co... ... 3,160
on bT ellmatieal eanses waixnea. fa u car Mill Co L.. SIS'
less, Mr. Blouin has sent in an annual
report to the members of the Planters'
Association wh ch contains much
Alexander JL RalHwin 1 trt.
valuable information and careful Hawaiian Sugar Co .' 13.419
work and will be perused with Inter- pala plantation 7.21S
C,A aCCeSS?5S r Bl0UIn Yi'1 Halk Sugar Co 5.4SS
shortly be appointed, but so far the Hawaiian Com. &. Sugar Co... 22.345
.,..".. aM aa ueaea.KiheI Plantation Co., Ltd... 1.374
sicp iu mat uirvcuon
The laboratory and experimental
station are at present located altogether
on th Maklki srronnfls nf this
Total . ,.
F. A. Schaefer &. Co.
association, and 1 would recommend Honokaa Sugar Co 9.903
to the members to visit the station if Padfic Sugar Mill 4.94S
convenient, as it is of interest to
every one directly or indirectly con
nected with the industry.
Mr. a F. Eckart is temporary
in charge of the station and has filled
the position satisfactorily. As chairman
of the committee on
Mr. Eckart has prepared a valuable
report to be presented at this
Among other subjects for mutual
discussion and exchange of views,
probably the subject of rates of wages
will be the most important, and
M. S. Grinbaum & Co., Ltd.
Hana Plantation JCo 2,774
Kahuku Plantation Co..'. 7,072
Henry Waterhouse &. Co.
Laie Plantation 1,693
Gay & Robinson 1,554
Halawa Plantation 1,3574
B. F. Dtllinaham Co., Ltd.
Olaa Sugar Co 1,150
J. M. Dowsett.
"Waianae Co 1.020
C Bolte f
Heeia Agricultural Co.. Ltd... 1,501
Hjnd, Rolph & Co-Hawi
Mill (R. R. Hind).- 2,721
H. M. von Holt
Estate V. Knudsen 676
M. W. McChesney & Son.
Kona Sugar Co 1,500
Grand total 360,038
HAWAIIAN SUGAR PLANTERS'
By its Secretary, ROYAL D. MEAD.
Honolulu, November 15, 1901.
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