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rprTtr it t 'i i.mj ' ' f M I. I i I I 1'i.M)Tict.M. linvm ri I' in x- rnn Si PROFIT SHARING This is the season of the vc:ir when TANKS interest those who like to le sure of water for the garden, house or stock. If you are provided with one of our Pat. Non-Shrinking Redwood Tanks there will he none of this G to S a. in. and i to 6 p. in. business. You will be able to use water all day if you wish. The Pat. Non-Shrinking Tank has no equal. Many try to imitate it, but you want the genuine. Sold by ' - fi,.Jii. Uhtki T jtlM-C nliiifrii -IIikIIm-Im.H. fl"Lf i ikmi niT-liitri" "l I i- "r-Ir J- - ' Ready Rock FB Asphalt It is a NON-CONDUCTOR OF HEAT, which, to gether with the feet that it is practically indestructible, particularly recon mends it for this climate. jJpCy'Call aud see it on roof at office. sphaLtam Pop Dim FOR WATER MAINS, SEWERS AND ELECTRIC CONDUCTORS. ooo m m m mi It? ASKEjSTTS for- CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO., LTD. FRUITS AND JELLIES. YITAX DRY BATTERIES. Best In the market. STANDARD BISCUIT COMPANY. HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS. C. F. MACKENZIE & CO. BROOMS, ETC. ETC. ETC. ml Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd. Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St. ( Continue d from Pa?" l. ' "Kxcellontly." wuii the reply. Th-;' ; has never Ixon any trouble umler our systtm. The reported trouble Mins1 j time since was with an outside party i ami the plantation had nothing to do i with it. Wo consider it better to con tract direct with the laborer than through a third party. I forpot to men tion before that we also build houses for those who make agreements with ! us, if thev wish it. on the same terms that other advances are made. We consider our system effects a proat sav ing in that the money required to pay overseers ami lunas on other planta tions is saved entirely. The company and the laborer both benefit by that. In case of default on the part of the laborer the company reserves the richt. as you will see by referring to the agreements, of carry ins; out his on tract at the expense of his share of the profits. Such cases, however, will be very rare. We shall have no trouble in getting all the land put in that we can furnish seed cane for. Most of the Portuguese with whom we have agree ments own their own land. Of course all the parties planting on our lands contract to sell all the cane they raise to our mill." "Another question, Mr. MiChesney . How about the rainfall?" "I am glad you have mentioned that. Kona is situated on the lee side of Ha waii and our land is. in nhat is termed the rain belt. Coffee grows there lux uriantly, and where col fee does well there is no scarcity of water. Our mill is on the lowest of our lands, about three miles from the beach at Kailua and just inside the rain belt. On the higher lands there is much more rain, but the very best cane yet produced there has come from the lower lands. The additional sun exposure seems to make the cane grow thicker ami sweet er. There is no place on these Islands where the rain is more evenly distrib uted than in Kona. On the upper gov ernment road in that district coffee, ba nanas and cane grow to perfection. The people depend solely on the rainfall from month to month for their water supply, catching and storing the rain in barrels and tanks. There can be no question about the sufficiency of the rainfall; in fact, it is somewhat of a drawback above the road and even less would be better. No one who has ever lived in that part of Kona would ever complain of the rainfall. Hesidcs on that side of the Island there are no drying winds." "What varieties of cane do you .ine' 1 III 11 1 . "On the upper .lands we find the New Caledonia and Rose Hamboo to be the best; on the lower lands we plant the Lahaina variety. We have really had no fair test of the yield per acre. What was ground at the small mill last year yielded between five and ten tons to the acre." "One more question. What are the prospects for the future with your ex perience to date?" "Better than ever. We find the men work harder than under the contract system. We get more worK in propor tion with fewer men than under the svstem heretofore in vogue. Under our plan the company gets the benefit of running a much larger plantation on the same amount of capital than we could if we employed the laborers di rect. The higher sugar is in value tne more the laborer gets for his work, while on the hand if sugar should go down to half its present value the mill would still be running at a profit. We are more than satisfied with the out look from our profit-sharing system as far as we can judge of the future rrom the past. clerks in the quartermaster and cim-t'.iis-ary staff. The paymaster h..s n r!'-r ! to u.pei,d all payments to the Cub.m troops until the ftv.-r Has : T.im; ! o':t. the special object f tli- or! r !. in.: to prevent the soldi. -r.- from drink-it.-: during the ep;dc:,:c. mri: appeals to krfk:;!:!:. LONDON. .July b'-T!.e il.-m- ,r i ?-.-;.ir.det:t i the Iuily M..11 -ays: Th P.qe has b n in , nrfe-p-md. ::-. with President Kruger. app. a!i:;g to him to avoid a rupture with Ire.it P.ritatn. and yesterday he received d:srat- a from the Transvaal, the Chief Magistrate de claring that settlement was still dis tant, but that the cri.-i was passed. .AAA t THE RPHEOM isffik. TONIGHT ! TONIGHT ! TROIBERT IN MVCTCDV AMH MA CJC I The Iiuch.ib I'.iree. I he Duimuiul Pcilcice i:ruii:: in a diamond mini:. (WPKTOWN. .Ir.'.y v ,'.:-is:. r h occurred a: ;h N .v tsfta;. ;;i d!a m.nd mine, wherv :,.. f.n (.f ,h;-is ir.d t:f tons, of c.u:h h.;s b irh d s-er.i. people, in -'.tiding a:i AiKra'.la:! named For-y:he. S.ni' oher Australians were killed. Several iersons are in jured and sixteen are missing. 'Cnlumct" mckCH tho light stf siwoeteot and mo:t vwiiolosomo broad anil pusi.y. MIL! Powder NONE SO GOOD. il J LAN DO, i 1 mm !l 111(1 oc Has on hand a new lin of NVw Artist Ihc SdMnis,' In Conncitioa with I he lltirtwcl! Sisters, in tlieir own inisir.al Pyramid; Act and IVat of Sin cr.li. a:. ! Haeward iu T!. ir vttl: A Kiss In the Dark. Mtiv Ashlcv, Mdrle M. Brdndes VHaIis!. Pet and Mjri.n I he Misheiotis Offsprinq. Oeneral Admission. 2'c and r.V. i ru! for hi'..!r ti ur.drr 1- year. l'v. Keservcl fhairs. 7h Seat can NohcM .y iini:;t.c t !-'honc Z-Al. T. (1. UALLU.NTV.Nk. li. V. UAKIN. STOCKS FOR SALE! EVA, liONOKAA. WA1ALUA AMERICAN SUCAH CO.. (Aeabto And Paid Up. KlHEl OOO BALLENTYNE & EAKIN, STOCK AND BOND BROKERS MclNERNY BLOCK. FORT STREET. HONOLULU. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. Bej: to announce the arrival of Iron Ship "KILMORY" h'rum Lonrfoit. ATTFMTIOM TO California harness . rhlJflV.'M . SHOP is now prepare t VI AN I A I IUN MANAliLKS. furnish at short notice :tll Plantation Supplies. A full line of goods in our line at Rock Bottom Prices. We use the Extra Heavy Hanies ami Rest English Chain?, Stock and work throughout Io. I. SAMPLE : ORDER : IS : RESPECTFULLY : SOLICITED. California Harness Shop KO. 639 KING STREET, LINCOLN BLOCK. Telephone 641. Just Below The Arllscton Hotel. D. O. & S. IIAIMAT. Honolulu Tobacco (Bo., Ltd. IMPORTERS OF HAVANA ATVT1 TVrATVTTT A SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Actual Work Mas Now Cotiiiucnc cil at KakaaUo. Ac:ivo work lus heen hjgun t:i Ho mi'.ulu's s-ver.ig system. F.)r t!i.' las: two l.tys a 'mia ' h.Mi t :iirfil In niakiac: ixcavai:on f r th- tlisc-hnrgt reservoir whicli is to he htiilt In Kakaa'.co. Tho sr?ao of oporKion.s is alongside f tho l.c;.c!i im1. a uvi ilistanco Waikiki :f the now Iron Works huihiing. From this reservoir hy menus of jutrnj s th? s nv.iLv will h; carrieil a raT.o1 out ir.;: th si through huge jupes. The w.ttrr. at tlir placo of final lisc!iargo in tin o; m. has a der.th of httmlrc.i fi t t. Th'..; mi.inls :iii.;:r.s: all r.ossihiii; Shirts in uuiif oiamt iSS VVith a lam- 3i.)rtrT;eni of Iron Ship "WEGA" J'rottt lAintlcrji, Iron Bark "H. HACKFELD" From Lir.-rpoo!. SVOOL A!iD COTTOR UH)ESVaR. HOSE, in Fanry Lylieand Cottoa. IttTS AKD TAPS in encless varieties. HER'S AHD BOYS' CL0TH1KG. STAR acd it iTrlER'S FrtlSNi) SHIRT WAISTS. L. E, TRACY. lort Street near King. M0RE NEW a i..i.t?i rr EUUOPE. I X CliOCKIUES. OILS A XI) 1'AIXTS. ( 'EM EXT. FIHE MUCKS, coin:, nmi vis. 1 .v mox. FEXCEAV1UE. BUCKETS mn! 7X7.S SA CCEI I XS, TE. 1 KETTLES, FILTH ItS9 CItOCKItEY. DEM I.I Oil XS, ET ETC. For Sale at Lowest Prices. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. tee h ttfifS D p 8. -Till: SWALLOW. -GADFLY. -CAKDKN" OF SWOISDS. -KKAL HAWAII. -DItO?S. OUR SPECIALTY IS capt. co:ii.(;i:ors. DAY'S WORK. LADY FIUU LA. IMIIXCKSS OF HOPi:. DRKYFfS CASH. t;:;ch.nti:d stoni:. ISLAND LWIPIUi:. TIUILAWNY OF WIILLS. OUTSIDFUS. Anl a lars r.'trr.h r of oil, r-. OO LFAVi: YOFR ORDF.ILS Foil PitO- FFSSOR I .LACK MAN'S MAKINC..OF anitary Plumbing. The r r ch iliff rriic In iet n iluu:Lit3 am! SANI- nv(tu ran put a It f pipe locth-r and run th:u off aiivnriicri'. Itit 11 mUihi urfaco tHr:w.T3pr. -n; Sanitary ctnliiior. jK-rfrf.i. -OOO JOHN It am 72-70 KING ST. N OTT . TEL. NO. 31 4U ' HAWAII. A w ro'.A' . J i rei'uscv 1m:ik mh1 .r-'.ln a!".;u.r.niv mi the way. , oeo- i il.)va Mr.' Fine Grades of Smoking Tobacco. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. the inMcli. Tho men v!:; arc vnt.iur.l l: :i .'limin.iry work Vincent, tho cons: met Ivi !iu!ne r. "-n :Iui Murip:--.i. They aiv . ..-x: r it :u-otl men ar.! after ?;r-:nl i b::krn for tho laying of ta th- y will be i!nerl in vhw tnt .ixancs of luhorors will a'.l h. oli;a;notl in lit:.- i srincors Viiu-ont anl I-Mvarl the ground constantly p.iyir.i; .r.:t-n:iont l.o: h 1 ALL NEW GOODS! at goo kims. 210 Nuuanu 5trctt, Ahovc Hold. Thos. G. Thrum. GOLDEN RULE BAZZAR'S Hew Book Bnlletin! rj: of the Fitf'T r. on IiOOK : AM) : STATIONARY. :'.!: KOUT STKLirr. C'li;i.'.c c;r flt.tl P.: own ar.I l.'.zl.X !:::. i:tr.!ri.!r ! Silk H.ir.'Ik rrhi f-. I.i:;ry C.ir-I :r.l Vii! V-! f 1?-. a ! ! ..". I! l'.it Ccl ,? C..!: f 2 i .. N' Tu!;;.:.4 iT. i CttUiZf 1.) u M 1C to rvrrv iletail. They h.iv studitnl tho Iom1 -.iuii:i:ns thonrhly :ml t-onfiilently assort that lio.Vr. this time next yoar Ilono'.nlu wi'l ii stnvnMp1 system vh;-.i will ! :h equal of anything on th Main!anl. FIC.HTINt; yi:li.(UV .1ACK. HAT MANUFACTURER. GENTS FURNISHINGS. KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooko. EX CA11MA TILJVNSIIIR E. arge shipment of the latest styles in ATS. Fionere.i 'uu Finns th Siti;tito:i ! Santiairo S.-rio-ts. j SANTIA(;o OH FFF.A. July ! j idonoral Lconanl Vol. tli- military ! governor. roturiUMl this mornini; frm tho Fnitftl States ami wiil tai;"' immo- liato ami visonm tho velhv fever. Ho timls ih slttia- "Dr !tion more seriotis than lie hal antiri- j; With Kit l. n r to K!:arttt;i. patetl. Tomorrow liailnnarters wUlj . M v ns. move to Sonso. twenty miles north, mi i-Frison rs H-: 'Th I. hj'in Jit of Tlio;;i.ht." 1-y Sitnuti Fh.I. ; "SwalNiv.-." by II. KM- r U.1..M1.!. i -Tl.e Wizan!." Iy II. Ki!. r !I.-.ir.!. '"Th- Fnwl-r.'' l r.e.v.ro' Hirra.!. -v.. j-Th- Ilo'iih KM-rs. ' l.y Th !': 'Th- Trail of :!.. ;:,! S ;,.r-." ! I Hanilin r.aria::.!. T!ie l).w:;f.i:i f I.r:-h. ." ! I I. N. I:, v.n tt. ."W.iMtr.iui." 1-y M- l:u.!;. r: :: :.-:-- t. .I hv I. l : . rrni.k. Ph I Th- Mir:T Ta. ti.s .f i'h !-y 1. K. Younir an K. . Ho:i. Th- Maj-.r lo :V f F!. -." '- V. K. Yntin::. Baby Carriages! aetion to tamp out j-Outslil-Ts." ly K;! . : t U . ( l:a::;l r !)ros." l.v H. m v S. tun M rr i:nat:. Babf Carriages! TTlr" rvnd Vo."l M-ittrc . etc, Kverythine to 1- oM nt SAN' lTtNFi.-CO I'llICI-. r Hxtra 11- .ivy llxtlt'.nr irtM M..t:rf ? s II. B?.hv Carriages nt 'Irertl Reduce;! Price?. OiV: i:!rcKr; S $. l; .T.!r. S Stirr Cl air. I TC 0 Chairs, w. Cone anl n h !.r,:alr.. L. S. MATH i:VS & SON, Kr:;:n-!.i: Ur.:.j. . S- T & fla. AwJ movo'io SonsMwraiy'iniW minh. on J-l'ii'iii' t II.!-." i-v Miry J..:m-1 tTT) rt jf rt A ti fl New Style Shirts, Neckwear, r Qu.,i,.," i.y UCO(UI IL 11005 JVUIVOD OSlTi I entS FcmishingS, EtC , at the lOWeSt reaSOnablepUCeS. except the sanitary ami a few immune 1 Robin.