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In 1924, the HSPA Strike Claims Committee requested special forms and information to determine, in tons of sugar, the loss to crops as a result of strike conditions. Paauilo Store records comprise the majority of material in this category.
The Paauilo Store Ledger, 1914-1920, provides an alphabetical list of customers, bangos, and monthly purchases.
Some fields at higher elevation were so difficult to harvest, that a cable and steam hoist system was used to bring the cane down to the railroad. Horner and Albert Horner were the plantation managers. Davies, the Kukaiau Mill was built and first managed by Mr. The Hamakua Mill Company records, 23 boxes and 21 volumes, were segregated for procession in March 1988, and were ready for use in April, 1988.
When sugarcane was harvested from the fields, it was taken down to the cane cars or railroad by wagon or wire rope slings. The Kukaiau Mill and the Kukaiau Plantation appear to have merged in 1914. SCOPE AND CONTENTS BACKGROUND, UNPROCESSED RECORDS During October 1987, all Hamakua Sugar Company records, approximately 445 cubic feet, were removed from storage, fumigated and brought into the Archives.
The plantation encompassed six miles and was three miles across at its widest point.
The Hamakua Mill Company was located at Paauilo on the Hamakua Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii.
The Contractors Statements and Settlements list the adherent planters' names, cash advances, deductions and payments made to contractors and gangs.
The search criteria may include name, social security number, date of birth, and/or gender.Subjects of this correspondence include: the return to the Philippine Islands of disabled workers, plague cases in the 1920s, plantation children treated at the Shriners' Hospital in Honolulu, and supply requests.Monthly hospital reports indicate illness, patient's name and bango, and days off work.By the 1930s, all cane was delivered to the mill by railway, which consisted of fourteen and a half miles of track and over thirty railroad bridges crossing numerous gulches. Kukaiau Plantation became part of the Hamakua Mill Company in 1914. PROCESSED RECORDS, NOTES Hamakua Mill Company records are organized into the following series or major categories: - Correspondence - Corporate Records - Cultivation Contracts - Financial Records - Miscellaneous Records - Other Company Records - Personnel and Payroll Records - Production Records Correspondence 1915-1949.Varieties of cane included D-1135, yellow tip and striped tip cane. Anthony Lidgate managed the Hamakua Mill Company for the longest period of time, form 1888 (1886? The following men were managers during the time span encompassed by the Archives HMC collection; Robert M. Since its inception, the agent for the Kukaiau Plantation Company was H. One major area in the Hamakua Mill Company correspondence series is the Hospital Correspondence, 1921-1940, with a two year gap from 1934 to 1936.