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THE HAWAIIAN STAIt, . MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1010
SEVEN pate Your Don't bo Hko some peoplo always blaming luck, r Tho man with a Baving ac count makes his opportunities. Start by a deposit with this bank. We will help you. - 4 1 oj Interest 2 s , ram Capital and surplus 11,000,000 STABLIBHED IN 18S0. OP & CO. BANKEKS Commercial and Travellers' Letters of Credit Issued on the Bank of California and The Lon don Joint Stock Bank, Limited, London. Correspondents for the Amer ican Express Company, and Thou. Cook & Son. Interest allowed on term and tarings Bank Deposits. Bank of Honolulu am. i t e Issue K. N. & K. Letters o f Credit and Traveler's Checks available throughout the world. & jf & Cable transfers at lowest rates & jf & jf & Cl 6. Brewer &Co.,Lti Fire and Marine Insurance Agencies Royal Insurance Co. of Liver pool. London Assurance Corpora tion. Co m mercialUnion Assurance Co. of London. Scottish Union and National Insurance Co. of Edinburgh. Jedonian Insurance Co. of Edinburgh. Upper Rhiio Insurance Co., (Marine). LIMITED. Capital (Paid Up) Yen 24.C30.000 Reserve Fund Yen 16.250,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The bank buys and receives for collection bills of exenange, issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. ' The Bank receives Local Deposits and Head Office beposlta for fixed pe riods. Local Deposits $25 and upwards for one year at rate of 4 per annum. Head Office Deposits Yen 25 and upwards for one-half year, one year, two years or three years at rate of 4 per annum. Particulars to bo obtained on ap plication. Honolulu Office Corner Merchant and Bethel streets. P. O. Box 168. YU AKAT, Manager. Iwakami &Co Japanese Silks, Dry Goods and Hats of All Kinds. Robinson Brock Hotel Street Ohio Clothes Cleaning and Dyeing Co.'snew telephone is 1496 fine Job rnnnu star Offloe. 1 UIIIII1 VI IIIIIIIII BIBB ANNUAL (Clntlnued from pnge five.) the throne room on Wednesday after noon, to which the members of the as sociation and tiie interested public are cordially Invited, and which by nature of the addresses to be presented will no doubt, be both valuable and Instruc tive. nespectfully submitted, W. PFOTENHAUER, President, H. S. P. A. Report accepted and ordered print ed. W. O. Smith, secretary and treas urer, read his annual report, as fol lows: SECRETARY'S REPORT. The last meeting of the Hawaiian, Sugar Planters' Association was held at the rooms of the Association, In Honolulu, November 15-18, 1909. The Trustees elected for the year were Messrs. a. acnaeier, i. r. Baldwin, W. G. Irwin, S. M. Damon, E. F. Bishop, E. D. Tenney. F. M. Swanzy, W. Pfotenhauer and W. O. Smith The Trustees elected the following officers: President, W. G. Irwin; .Vice-Presi dent, W. Pfotenhauer; Secretary and Treasurer, W. O. Smith; Auditor, G. H. Robertson; and Mr. L. J. Warren was appointed Assistant secretary and Treasurer. Mr. W. G. Irwin on the 10th day of December, 1909, resigned as Pres ident and Trustee, and as a member of the Association and under Article VI of the By-laws the Trustees ap pointed Mr. W. Pfotenhauer to tho office of President, and Mr." E. D. Tenney as Vice-President to fill tho vacancy caused by the appointment of Mr Pfotenhauer to the presidency; and Sir. J. M. Dowsett was appointed Trustee to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. W. G. Irwin from the Board Because of his Intended absence from the Territory for a considerable period, Mr. F. M. Swanzy resigned as a Trustee, and on April 18, 1910, Mr. T. C. Davies was appointed to fill the vacancy. The following members of the As- Hon. William O. Smith, who has for Sugar Planters' Association soclation have died during, the year: Mr. Alexander Young and Mr. Charl es F. Hart. And the following mem bers have been elected: A. G. Curtis, May 19, 1910; H. Focke, A. A. Young, W. J, Dyer, A. Gartley, Oct. 26, 1910; Kalwiki Su gar Company, December 15, 1909; Nl ulii Mill & Plantation, July 27, 1910. The committees appointed for tho year were: EXPERIMENT STATION: E. E. Paxton, chairman; J. W. Waldron, J. M. Dowsett, T. H. Petrle, and A. W. T. Bottomley. LABOR: E. F. Bishop, chairman; J. P. Cooke, F. Klamp, and F. M. Swanzy. CULTIVATION, FERTILIZATION, AND IRRIGATION ON IRRIGATED PLANTATIONS: H. P. Baldwin, chairman; Geo. C. Watt, Frederick Meyer, Geo. F. Fairchild, H. B. Pen hallow. CULTIVATION AND FERTILIZA TION ON UNIRRIGATED PLANTA TIONS: John A. Scott, chairman; C. McLennan, Jas. Webster, K. S. Gjer drum, C. Wolters CUTTING, LOADING, AND GEN ERAL PLANTATION TRANSPOR TATION: A. Horner, chairman; H. A. REPORT Baldwln, James Glbb, F. Weber, W. G. Ogg. MACHINERY (A) Manufacturing: H. B. Penhallow, chnlrman; John Hind, Robert Catton. MACHINERY (B) Agricultural: W. W. Goodale, chairman; H. H. Renton, Andrew Adams, J. M. Robs, Wm. Pul lar. FORESTRY: John Watt, chairman; F. Weber, C. H. Wilcox, W. G. Ogg, Robert Hall. WAREHOUSES FOR. AND STOR AGE OF, RAW SUGAR: L. S. Wclnz helmer, chairman; J. N. S. Williams, Geo. F. Renton, W. Stodart. .LABOR SAVING DEVICES: J. T. Molr, chairman; W. W. Goodale, A. Horner, Geo. F. Falrchlld, E. Broad bent. During the year the Trustees have held thirty-six regular meetings. The Standing Committee on Labor and Experiment Station havo hold many meetings, reporting their notion and recommendations at the meetings of the Board of Trustees. The Island Associations of tho several Islands have maintained their organizations and have met from time to time to consider matters of local Interest. Tho meetings of these local associations have resulted In be nefit, and It would seem desirable that more frequent meetings should be held. The crop reports for tho past year and for the ten years from 1901 to 1910 Inclusive are herewith presented. Tho crop of sugar for the twelve months from October 1, 1909, to Sep tember 30, 1910, was 518,127 tons. The reports of the various com mittees which have been received have been printed and aro herewith presented Hon. F M. Hatch, the representative of the association at Washington, has rendered valuable service at the Cap itol. The presidents and vice-presidents of the association for the past eight years have been as follows: Presidents. Vice-Presidents. 1902-3 H. A. Isenberg, E D Tenney 1903-4 E. D. Tenney, F. M. Swanzy several years served the Hawaiian both secretary and treasurer. 1904-5 F. M. Swanzy, H. P. Baldwin 1905- 6 H. P. Baldwin, E. F. Bishop 1906- 7 E. F. Bishop, F. A. Schaofor 1907-S F. A. Schaefer, S. M. Damon 1908-9 S M. Damon, W. G. Irwin 1909-10 W. G. Irwin, W. Pfotenhauer W. Pfotenhauer, E. D. Tenney to fill vacancies. Respectfully submitted, WILLIAM O. SMITH, Secretary. Honolulu, Nov. 14, 1910. This report was acceptod and or dored filed. President Pfotenhauer announced the public meeting on the subject of conservation to bo held In tho capitol building Wednesday afternoon, begin ning at 2 o'clock. An invitation for tho members of the association to visit the College of Hawaii was received from Presi dent Gllmore and read by tho secre tary. On suggestion of W. O. Smith, the Invitation was accepted, and (by Mr. Glbb) tho onto of tho visit to bo set later. Tho question of tho visit to tho ex perlnient station came up In the same connection, and, after discussing, W. O. Smith recommended that this trip 'be taken on Thursday. Mr. E. Faxon II PIE II POLITICAL ISSUE- A pie a good, old fashioned pump- kin pit probably has made political history In Eastern Oklahoma this year. This plo may cost a seat In Con. gress, a thing not many pies have done. But this was an unusual pie. It grew first on a vine over in the hills of the Cherokee Natklon. The pumpkin was made Into a pie uy a pretty Cher- okee girl and It was a good pie, though never eaten. That's why It has made political history. If It had gone the way of other good pies there would have been no trouble. This Is the story: How The Pie Became an lesue. Charles E. Creager, member of con- gress from the Third Oklnhoma DIs- trlct, was campaigning In the Chcro- koo Nation. There was a plo social at the schoolhouse at Needmore. There Is only a schoolhouse and a postofflce there. But it is a repre. sentntive country district In the Che- okee Nation. There are hundreds like It and In each n pie social Is quite an event. . The girls make pics and put them In pretty boxes with other good things to eat. The boxes are auctioned off by an auctioneer and the man who purchases a box also draws tho girl who filled it as a partner for ths sup- Bishop supported this plan, and It was approved. Secretary W. O. Smith gave notice of and Introduced an amendment to the bye-laws of the association provid ing that in the temporary absence of a trustee, he may be represented by the person to whom he has given his proxy as a trustee de jure the Idea being to ensure a quorum of working trus tees at each and every meeting. The adoption of this amendment seemed to be urgent on account of the number of trustees absent, and it was accepted without argument. The matter of filling the board of trustees for the purpose of electing of ficers and transacting other business came up and W. O. Smith suggested as a good way to accomplish the ob ject that the persons holding proxies for absent members be elected full members temporarily In place of the absentees, they to retire upon tho re turn of such absentees to tho Islands. On this basis the following wero sub stituted: J. P. Cooke, for II. P. Bald win; A. W. T. Bottomley, for S. M. Damon; J. W. Waldron, for F. A. Schaefer. J. M. Dowsett left no proxy at all. The board of trustees complete is now as follows: E. D. Tenney, W. Pfotenhaurer, A. W. T. Bottomley, T. Cllve Davies, J. W. Waldron, E. F. Bishop, J. M. Dow sett and W. O. Smith. The reports to bo submitted and discussed by the convention aro as follows: (a) Experiment Station, E. II. Wodehouse, chairman. (b) Labor Committee, E. F. nishop. chairman. ic) Cultivation and Fertilization on Unlrrlgated Plantations, John A. Scott, chairman. (dO Cutting, Load-i ing and General Plantation Tran sportation, A.. Hdrner, chairman, (e) Manufacture of Sugar and Utilization' of By, products, J. N. S. Williams, chairman, (f) Manufacturing Machin-I cry. H. B. Penhallow, chairman, (g) I Forestry, John Watt, chairman, (h) I Burning before Cutting, II. Weinshei- mor, chairman. (1) Labor Saving de vices, J. T. Molr, chairman. On Wednesday the members of the Association will Inspect the experi ment stations and on the samo day tho conservation meeting In U10 cap itol building will tako place, This meeting will be a highly Important the sura of SEVENTEEN HUNDRED feature of tho convention and will he AND NINETY-NINE AND TH1RTY attended by the public generally. F0UR HUNDREDTHS ($1799.34) On Thursday evening, beginning at DOLLARS, being the balance sub 7 oclock, tho annual banquet will , ., " " " take place at the Young Hotel. Speech-1 JJoSht. , n ? . f making and some special stunts will; ".,B"8 oad' whlch ,s, to h be feUures P q 1 0 County Treasury by tho Historical Facts Pacific Heights residents, is hereby Tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters As- aP"rI"-Jnted out of the General Fund soclntlon had its beginning with a for acco,lnt Maintenance of Roads, circular letter issued by various firms . nnolu, District. interested in sugar plantations, in February, 1882, urging concerted ac tion in nn effort to secure a renewal of the Reciprocity Treaty with tho United States, which was then about to expire. Tho appeal met with In stant approval, and a convention wns held In Honolulu March 0, 1S82, at wlhoh a corporation known as tho Planters' Labor and Supply Company wns organized, of which the first offi cers were ns follows: S. T. Alexander, president; W. G. Irwin, vice prosidont; J. II. Paty, trensurer; E. P. Adams, secretary, and J.' C. Glade, auditor. Tho directors wero E. P.Adams. S. T. Alexander, ,h C. Glade, A. S. Ilnrt well, W. G. Irwin, J. H. Pnty and H. F. Glade The Planters' Labor & Supply Com pany disincorporated In 1895 and was succeeded by tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association of today. This organization Is run on pretty much tho same lines ns tho old Planters' Labor & Supply Company, except that It no longer has contract labor problems to wrestlo with, and devotes moro of Its time to sclentlflo per which follows. Representative Creager went to the social. He bought a pie. The pie was mndo by Miss Ida Murray, Creagor Is anything but n gallant and he did not know the game. Instead of hunting up Miss Murray for his supper partner he quietly Went outside the schoolhouse and dropped the pie. then returned tho pinto to its owner. That's why the pie is making history and why the trouble started. The Cherokecs A Proud People. Throwing the pie away Instead of eating it with his partner was consi dered an insult to the young ladv. Auctioneer Burk resented Mr. Creng cr's action The peoplo nround Need- more nre more sensitive about little social formalities than In most ennn- try districts because they aro Chero. kees. And the Cherokecs are a proud people. Mr. Burk denounced Mr Crea- ger. He went further. He went to the Republican county chairman, who had brought Mr. Creager to the social, and expressed his onlmon of the errinc congressamn In such strong terms that a light followed, and Doctor Col- Hns. the chnlrman, flred a couple of shots at Burk, neither of which did any damage, excep tto ndvertise tho pie. Tho pie then became an issue. experimentations in cane growing and sugar production. (Continued to page 9.) S.CRIM.MAGE ENDS IN A MURDER CHARGE. WHEELING, West Virginia, No vember 14. A tremendous sensation In athletic circles was caused here yesterday when a warrant against Thomas McCoy was sworn out, charg ing him with tho murder of Rudolph Munk, captain of Wo University of West Virginia football team, who tiled as the result of Injuries received In a recent game with -the team of the Bethany College, of Bethany, West Virginia. McCoy played right end for the Be. thany team and was In tho mlxup from which Munk was taken, fata'ly Injured. The umplro made a state ment Immediately after tho affair in which he accused McCoy of deliber ately striking Munk on tho head dur ing the course of the scrimmage. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. FURNITURE Upholstered, Remodeled, t n cl Refinished THNlGTvAY J.Hopp&Co.,Ltd EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE Y. YOSHIKAWA, 180 KING ST. BY AUTHOKJLTY RESOLUTION. No. 374. BE IT RESOLVED by tho Board of Supervisors of tho City and County of Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that Introduced by J. C. QUINN, Supervisor. Dated, Honolulu, October 18, 1910. Approved this 7th day of November A. D. 1910. JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor. llts Nov. 7, 8, 9, 10, 31, 12, 14..15, 10, 17, 18. SEALED TENDERS. SEALED TENDERS will ho re ceived nt .the Offlcn of thn Riinnrln. l tendent of Public Works until 12 m., of Saturday, November 20th, for tho construction of a Ono room addition to tho Thorapeutlcs Laboratory at Kallhi Receiving Station, and for moving the present Treatment Lanal. Plans, specifications and proposal blanks on fllo In tho offico of tho Superintendent of Public Works. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. MARSTON CAMPBELL, Superintendent of Public Works. Honolulu, Nov. 12, 1910. 2T A WEEK'S REST. The community hns had strenuous tlnios nnd a rest Is duo. No p'.aco within touch of the stock markot is better for a vacation .than Halelwn. It is an excellent hotel providing guests with excellent meals and rooms nnd unlimited means of en joyment of golf or tennis. If you have boon campaigning with the boys try Hnlclwa. IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. Holding Terms In the City und County of Honolulu. MARSTON CAMPBELL, Superintend ent of Public Works of the Terri tory of Hawaii, Plaintiff and Pe tloner, vs. JAMES STEfNER: MRS. THERE SA LOUISSON; THE FIRST NA TIONAL BANK OF HAWAII, an Ha waiian Corporation having its princi pal office at Honolulu, Territory of Ha waii; ELIZABETH J. MONSARRAT; R. W. SHINGLE; SIMPSON DECK ER; JESSE M. McCIIESNEY, ED. TOWSE and CHARLES W. ZIEGLER, Trustees of Mystic Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias or Honolulu; MYS TIC LODGE No. 2, KNIGHTS OF PY THIAS OF HONOLULU; LIBERT HUBERT J. L. BOEYNAEMS, Bishop of Zeugma, Vlcnr Apostolic of Hawaii; ST. LOUIS COLLEGE ALUMNI AS SOCIATION, an Hawaiian Corpora tion navlng Its principal office at Ho nolulu, Territory of Hawaii; JAMES F. MORGAN; JOHN SULLIVAN; JOHN BUCKLEY; JOHN DOE, MARY DOE, and RICHARD ROE, unknown owners and claimants, Defendants md Respondents. TERM SUMMONS. THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII: TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of the Territory ;f Hawaii, or his Deputy; the Sheriff of the City and County of Honolulu or his Deputy: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum mon JAMES STEINER; MRS. THE RESA LOUISSON; THE FIRST NA TIONAL BANK OF HAWAII, an Ha waiian Corporation having Its princi pal offico at Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii; ELIZABETH J. MONSAIt RAT; R. W. SHINGLE; SIMPSON DECKER; JESSE M. McCHESNEY, ED. TOWSE, and CHARLES W. ZIEGLER, Trustees of Mystic Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias of Honolulu; MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS OF HONOLULU; LIBERT HUBERT J. L. BOEYNAEMS, Bishop of Zeugma, Vicar Apostolic of Hawaii; ST. LOUIS COLLEGE ALUMNI AS SOCIATION, an Hawaiian Corporation having Its principal office at Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii; JAMES F. MOR GAN; JOHN SULLIVAN; JOHN BUCKLEY; JOHN DOE, MARY DOE, and RICHARD ROE, unknown owners and claimants, defendants, in case they shall file written answer within twenty days' after service hereof to be and appear beforo the said Circuit Court at the Term thereof pending Im mediately after the expiration of twen ty days after service hereof; provid ed, however, if no term be pending at such time, then to be and'nppear be fore the said Circuit Court at the next succeeding term thereof, to-wit, the January 1911 Terra thereof, to be hold en at the City and County of Hono lulu, on Monday, the ninth day of Jan uary next, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause why judgment of condemnation of the lands described in tho Petition herein and for any other relief de manded in the Petition should not bo awarded to Marston Campbell, Super intendent of Public Works, pursuant to the tenor of his annexed Petition. And havo you then there this Writ with full return of your, proceedings thereon. WITNESS the Honorable Presiding Judge of the Clrcvlt Court of the First Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 27th day of August, 1910. (SEAL) (Signed) IENRY SMITH, Clerk. (Endorsed) L. No. 7199. Reg. 3. Pg. 162. Circuit Court First Circuit, Ter ritory of Hawaii. Marston Campbell, Superintendent of Public Works of the Territory of Hawaii, Plaintiff and Pe titioner vs. James Stelner, et als., De fendants and Respondents. Summons. Filed nnd issued at 11:15 a. m. August. 27, 1910. (Sg) Henry Smith, Clerk. Returned and filed Aug. 31, 1910, at 1.5. A. K. Aona, Asst. Clerk. ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR., Atty. Gen'l & W. B. LYMER, Dep. Atty. Gen'l, for Marston Campbell, Supt, of Pub. Works. : ) Territory of Hawaii, ) ) ss. City and County of Honolulu.) ) I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the j foregoing to bo a full, true and cor . CUi'y Ul 1UO UHIUUI Bllltiutuiiu . tho cae of Marst0n Campbell, Super rect copy or tne original huhujiumb in intendent of Public Works of tho Tjr rltory of Hawaii vs. James Stelner et als., as the samo remains of record and on file in tho office of tho Clerk of laid Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto sot my hand and affixed the Seal of said Circuit Court, this 2nd day. of September, 1910. (SEAL) HENRY SMITH, Clork of the Circuit Court of the Flrab Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.