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i El ft? IK 'j F.-f '; ti'i- il -'.. IV M Drink Budweiser America's H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited SOLE AGENTS Cbc Pacific Guano fertilizer Company :0T Honolulu re the manufacture S FERTILIZERS Fertilizers made to Order Analysis Guaranteed H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited SOLE AGENTS .W.. A. HAY. uhe jffilot Jfcawaii, Waal Osteite, Commission and financial jfyonts TTfarino and &ire insurance, Tfotary SPuSic and Juctionoors COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY WAIANUENUE ST. fli'.i'i'i'iN 1 . 1 LWHik. f . IB I 1 1 ri it 1 '-'-Vt-?1. " " MmsmKfWT CAREY'S Magnesia Flexible Cement ROOFING is constructed in the most approved mannor, and of materials that offer the greatest possible resistance to our particular climate. We solicit your inquiries. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Hilo Greatest Favorite of the wr.l Known ucays 1111,0, HAWAII DETAILS OF THE bUUU CK01'. The Total Number or Tont Amount' eil to 865,061 llnwnlt Comes IFIrnt With Onhu a (tose Second. The Sugar crop of the Hawaiian Islands from Ooctober i, 1901, lo September 30, 1902, amounts to 355t65i tons. 121,285 tons were raised on Hawaii: 107,870 tons on Oahu; 69,720 tons on Kauai and Maui is fourth on the list with 56, 727 tons. The details of the outpUt appear below. Agents. Tons. W. G. IRWIN & CO., WD. Honolulu Plantation Co 9,800 Paauhau Plantation Co 1,332 Hutchinson Sugar Plan. Co 8,021 Hakalau Plantation Co , 11,700 Hilo Sugar Co 9.255 Kllauea Sugar Co '. 3,762 Wainiaualo Sugar Co 2.985 Olowalu Co 1,055 47.900 H. HACKl'ELD & CO.. LTD. Lihue Plantation Co 13.674 Grove Farm Plantation 3,915 Koloa Sugar Co 5,001 Kckaha Sugar Co 8,978 Pioneer Mill Co 9,960 Kipahulu Sugar Co 1,427 Kulcaiau Plaututlou Co 1,118 Oahu Sugar Co 26,724 Hawaii Mill Co., Mil 985 70,782 THKO. II. DAVI'RS & CO., LTD. Walakea Sugar Co 8,700 Pepeelcco Sugar Co 6,627 Laupaliochoe Sugar Co 7,909 Kulcaiau Mill Co 1,118 Hamakua Mill Co 3,105 Niulii Mill and Plantation 1,146 Union Mill Co 463 McBrydc Sugar Co 9,113 Puakea Plantation 307 37,488 C. BREWER & CO., LTD. Hawaiian Agricultural Co 11,998 Wailuku Sugar Co 5,934 Honouiu Sugar Co 6,235 Hauioa Plantation 1,748 Onomea Sugar Co 11,880 Ookala Sugar Plan. Co 1,157 38,953 CASTLE & COOKE, LTD. Walalua Agricultural Co 17,001 Ewa Plantation Co 38,775 Apokaa Sugar Co 901 Kohala Sugar Co 1,096 Waituca Sugar Mill Co 565 58,338 ALEXANDERS BALDWIN, Hawaiian Sugar Co 11,480 PaiaPlantatlon 4,146 Haiku Sugar Co 4,334 Hawaiian Com. & Sugar Co 19,477 Kiuci Plantation Co., Ltd 5,562 Kahuku Sugar Co 5,623 50,533 F. A. SHAEFER & CO. Houokaa Sugar Co 3.089 Pacific Sugar Mill 2,517 inuiu ougar vo , 483 6,089 M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., LTD. liana Plantation Co 2,700 Wailuku Sugar Co 5,934 8.634 HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO. Laic Plantation 430 Gay & Robinson 2,265 Halaawa Plantation 575 3,370 n. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LTD. Puna Sugar Co 3,460 Olaa Sugar Co 16,748 19,20s MAKEE SUGAR CO. Makee SugurCo 11,333 3. M. DOWSETT. Waianae Co 5,000 C. BOLTE. Hecia Agricultural Co., Ltd 631 HIND, ROLPH & CO. Hawi Mill (R. R. Hind) '. 1,373 II. M. VON HOLT. Estate V. Knudsen 735 KONA SUGAR CO. ICona Sugar Co I.391 Total 355,611 The following is the output by the various islands: HAWAII. Tons, Hawaii Mill Co 985 Wniakeu Mill Co 8,700 Hilo SugarCo 9,255 Onomea Sugar Co 11,880 Pepeekeo Sugar Co 6,637 Honomu SugarCo 6,235 Hakalau Plantation Co 11,700 Laupahoehoe Sugar Co 7,909 Vokala Sugar Co 1,157 Kukaiau Plantation Co i,n8 Kukaiau Mill Co 1 M8 Hamakua Mill Co 3,105 Paauhau Plantation Co 1,323 Honokaa Sugar Co 3,089 Pacific Sugar Mill 3,517 Niulii Mill and Plantation 1,146 Haluwa Plantation 575 Kohala SugarCo 1,096 Union Mill Co 463 Hawl Mill (R. R. Hind) 1,373 Koua Sugar Co 1. 39' Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co... 8,021 Hawaiian Agricultural Co 11,998 Puakea Plantation 307 Olaa Sugar Co 16,748 Puna Sugar Co 3,460 Total 121,395 MAUI. Kipahulu Sugar Co 1,427 Hamoa Plantation 1,748 liana Plantation Co 3.700 Haiku Sugar Co 4,334 Paia Plantation '. 4,146 Hawaiian Commercial &Sugar Co. 19,477 Wailuku Sugar Co 5,934 Olowalu Co 1,055 Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd 9,960 Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd 5,562 Maul Sugar Co 483 Total..... 56,726 OAHU. Waimanalo Sugar Co 3,985 Heela Agricultural Co., Ltd 631 Laic Plantation Co "430 Kahuku Plantation Co 5,623 Walalua Agricultural Co 17,001 Waianae Co 5,000 Ewa Plantation Co 18,775 Oahu Sugar Co 36,734 Honolulu Plantation Co q,8oo Apokua Sugar Co 901 Total 107,870 KAUAI. Kllauea Sugar Co 3,762 Makee Sugar Co 11,333 Llhuc Plantation Co 13,674 Grove Farm Plantation 3,915 Koloa Sugar Co 5,001 McBrydc Sugar Co 9. "3 Hawaiian Sugar Co 11,480 Gay & Robinson 3,265 Waimea Sugar Mill Co 565 Kckaha Sugar Co 8,978 Estate V. Knudsen 735 Total 69,720 Grand total 355.6" Anecdotes or Whlttler. Among many other things I re member his having told us, writes Wyatt Eaton, the painter, about Whittier, in the Century, was that he voted for Lincoln four times. At each of two elections he voted as a citizen and as a Presidential Elector. He told about a man from one of the Western States having made a pilgrimage to Ames bury to sec him. Not finding him at the house, he went to the grocery store, where he was told that Whit tier might be found. Sure enough, tnere was wnittier, seated upon a barrel, in the midst of a group of village people, tellinc stories. The iuun was so aisgustea Mat he turned and went home without making himself known to the poet. Whittier was much pleased that I had once attempted to make illus trations for his "Maud Muller" and that I had some acquaintance with his poetry. Of the ' 'Maud Muller" he told me he was once driving along a country road with his sis ter. They came upon a very pretty young girl taking hay. They stopped and he asked his sister to speak to her. While standing be fore them the girl raked a little hay over her bare feet. Brightness reigned supreme at Oak Knoll. Whittier was one day making sport of his cousins' diff culties with their bonnets, to which one of them replied: "A man who has to go to Philadelphia to get his coat cut should not criticise women's bonnets." Whittier's loyalty and generosity were shown by his concern of the fact that I was not also making a portrait of Oliver Wendell Holmes. He was strong in his praises of all of his contemporaries, but particu larly of Holmes. "Why," he would say, "Holmes is in many respects the greatest of us all." Tho Word "Mule." The word Bible furnishes a strik ing instance of the word's rise from very low to high estate. To the bulk of English-speaking folk it now means the book of books. In Chaucer's day it meant any book whatever, or scroll. Tracing the word Bible straight home we find it as bublos, but another name for the papyrus reed of Egypt. . Rheumatism has been cured in a multitude of cases during the past sixty years by Pain-Kili.hu. This potent remedy rubbed vigorously in and around the suffering parts, will relieve all stiffness, reduce the swelling, and kill all pain. The most stubborn cases yield to this treatment when persevered in. Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. 25c. and 50c. BEAMER'S Christmas Suggestions Rlllf yur ',,lsai1 a P00 knife )U V your wife a pair of scissors Riiv yur sou a kfcycfe Dll V your daughter a leather novelty Rhv your er a ne razor BUV your mother a nice purse The rest of the family will find at my store the finest stock of all kinds of Sporting Goods from a Fish hook to a pair of Boxing Gloves, Ammunition, Wheels, Guns. P. C. BEAHER, Hilo, Hawaii N. OhUndt. J. C. OhUndt, ESTABLISHED 1864 N. OHLANDT & CO. MANUl'ACTURURS FERTILIZERS Of Eoery Description. Bone Meal, I Sulphate of Potash, ! Sulphate of Ammonia, ; Alaska Fish Scrap, ; High Grade rs;flZ"5AHTnANCISC0rCALTS.TvT Certificate of Analysis accompanies, our shipments, which we guarantee to be correct. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE. After a Call when a woman has gone through an afternoon of them one is pretty well worn out. Then's the time a woman will enjoy a cool glass of Rainier Beer Every home should have a supply on hand always. Each member of the family will attend to the disposing of it with considerable pleasure. Rainier Bottling Works, Honolulu, Agents J. E. Rocha. MERCHANT TAILOR has removed to new quarters 011 Front Street next door to J, 1), Kennedy's He carries a full line of the latest suiting and guarantees satisfaction and fit. J. E. Rocha, Front St. J. A. Buck C. H. Buck AND DRAI.KRS IN Hoof Meal, Muriate of l'otash, Nitrate of Soda, Double Superphosphate Tankage. Ste JAS. M. CAMERON, Plumber, Tinner, Metal Worker. Mr. Cameron is prepared to give esti mates on all kinils of Plumbing Work ttud to guarantee nil work done. $20 Beit for $5. Dr.Alilen'a Electric Btll." WuruiUU K.nulu. Nut to) Ho buaibur. Itcurn without Uruirii. ClrcuUralrm. n.ui uy iiimii uu reueii ol J5, Try Elot'trlcllr. NuAu.m. 'XX3sna3S rLECTKICCo, ' run 01 , oui rKMllJtU, CAl., or 3i Wctt 24th Stfiet, NfWTOBK.N V. ran v whm ssih Awl SrftStY. vtL IUH' Rib. ftWrnrVnsltfiffM Call .7, V Wri - ( T K-lt t .- i u v ) -'-f,'ft.-4sls: ii T "fyMmnni miy' "' x.aV .-..;v 3i ' -nillilh inmBTi .nn uJ&JH. j&&. ..aammkU.J. 'l:Atliy ; sjjjt'.5,i'