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Serdang, confirmed by the Netherland Indian Government,

expiring in February 1963, at an annual rental of /I. —

per bouw.
Cultivation: In October 1910 about 1000 acres were under Para

Rubber and planted with 135,188 trees, particulars of which

are as follows: —

2900 Hevea trees, planted in 1904



650
31,486
20,854
1,247
38,051
25,000
15,000



1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911



Production

the



135,188
The outturn of rubber crop for the first eight months of
company's bookyear, viz. October to May, amounted to
8370 lbs.

The estimated returns, given at the Statutory Meeting in
February last, are: —

for 1911 50,000 lbs.

„ 1912 120,000 „

During the month of January 2300 trees were being tapped,
and during February 11,500 trees, which number is steadely
increasing.



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BELGISCH-NEDERLANDSCHE CULTUUR-MAATSCHAPPIJ.

Founded: November 1904.



Capital: / 900,000.— in 9000 shares of /lOO.— each (and 3500 profit
shares).

Issued: / 900,000.— fully paid.

Members of the Board : L. Fuchs (chairman), P. Buffet, R. de Decker,
Pierre Famin, E. Tootal, and Ch. Yeltman.

Auditors: H. Msen and £. Havenith Jr.

Registered Office: Heerengracht 197, Amsterdam.

Secretary and Offices: G. de Decker, 21/23 Longue Rue Neuve,
Antwerp.

Estates: Tjirandji I — VI, Tjimatis I and II and Pasir Empoel, three
adjoining blocks, and Tjoeroeg I — ^III.

Total Area: 2483 bouws (about 4350 acres).

Situation: Java. The estates Tjoeroeg I — III (1504 bouws) are situated
in the residency of Batavia, division of Krawang, district of
Sindangkasih, at a distance of about 5 miles from the Dawoean
railway station; the other three adjoining blocks are situated
in the residency of "Preanger Regentschappen,'' division of
Tjiandjoer, district of Tjikalong.

Elevation of Tjoeroeg estates is 250 feet above sea-level, and of the other
estates 300 feet above sea-level.

Tenure: The lands are held under 75 years* leases, granted by the
Netherland Indian Qovernment in the years 1893/1908, at an
annual rental varying from /0.50 to /1.50 per bouw.

Cultivation: At the end of 1910 an area of IO46V2 bouws was under
rubber, and planted with 699,771 Hevea trees as follows: —







f


Djirandji c.a.


Tjoeroeg


Total


Planted. bouws.


bouws.


bouws.


1904/6 .... 84


95


179


1905/6 .






. 126*/,


133


259»/4


1906 .






. 141»/4





141»/4


1906/7 .








243


243


1907 .






71





71


1907/8 .






, —


12


12


1909/10.






, 125





125


1910 .






15





15



5631/2 483 IO46V2

The ^intention is to plant a further 50 bouws with Para

Rubber in 1911.
There are also 4000 oocoanut trees (46 bouws), planted in

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Production: Tapping commenced at the end of 1909. The estimated
crop for 1910 was 15 tons of rubber; the output up to December
1910 was 16,435 kilogi'ams (about 36,000 lbs.).
The rubber output for 1911 to the end of April was: —

Jan.— March 19.000 lbs.

[ April 8.400 „

' 27.400 lbs.

i^ General Information: The allotment of profits has to take place as

V follows : —

5 pCt. dividend to shareholders (cumulative);

From the remainder: —
5 „ to reservefund, until this has reached an amount equal
to half the capital stock;
from the remainder: —
5 „ to the General Manager in Java.
10 „ to the members of the Board.
2 „ to employes.

The balance will be divided as follows: —
50 „ to shareholders.
50 „ to holders of profit shares.

Financial year ends 31st December.

Annual Report issued about June.



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THE BESOEKI PLANTATIONS, LIMITED.

Founded: November 1909.



Capital: £100,000.— in £1.— shares.

Issued : £ 100,000.—, fully paid.

Purchase Price : £ 63,000.— (£ 29,667.— cash and £ 33,333.— in fully

paid shares).
Directors: Hon. C. H. Strutt (Chairman), E. J. Hammond, P. H.
Hardcastle, C. E. Welldon, and C. A. Koning (Managing
Director).
Secretary and Offices: Peek Bros, k Winch, Ltd., 20 Eastcheap,

London, E.G.
Estates: Soember Baroe IX-XII (Sepandjang and Glen More), Kali

Baroe, Kadjer, and Labroeh EidoeL
Total Area: 5815 acres.

Situation: East-Java, residencies of Besoeki and Pasoeroean, divisions
of Banjoewangi and Loemadjang. The Soember Baroe estates
are about 3 miles distant from the Kempit railway station.
Elevation: The elevation of the main estates Soember Baroe IX-XII
(Glen More), covering an area of wabout 3200 acres, varies from
800-1250 feet above sea-level.
Tenure: The estates Soember Baroe IX-XII are held under 75 years'
lease from the Netherland Indian Government^ granted in
December 1904, at an annual rental of /I. — per bouw. Th^
other estates, for the greater part tobacco- and ricelands, are
worked under special contracts with the native population.
Cultivation: Since December 1908 were planted:—

235 bouws Rubber and Coffee in 1908-9
265 „ „ „ „ „ 1909-10

All Rubber stumps were 18 months old, when planted out.
In February 19lO there were: —

100,000 Rubber trees, and
1,600,000 Robusta Coffee trees.
It was intended to extend these plantations in 1910 up to : —
200,000 Rubber trees and
2,000,000 Robusta Coffee trees.
An area of about 1500 bouws was under Tobacco.
Estimates: The prospectus gives the following summary of estimated
profits, taking Rubbar at 2 sh. per lb. net: —





1910 1911 1912


1913




£ £ £


£


Rubber and Cofifee ,


. . — 2,100 11,250


15,000


Tobacco


. 11,500 11,500 11,500


11,500


Rice


. 1,500 1,500 1,500


1,500


Totals . . '.


£13,000 £15,100 £24,250


£ 28,000



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General Information: The estates continue to be held in the names
of the four vendor companies, viz.:

"Landbouw Maatschappij Glenmore"
"Banjoewangi Landbouw Maatschappij"
"Tabak Maatschappij Kali Baroe," and
"Loemadjang Tabak Maatschappij,"
all registered in Java in the years 1908/9, the shares of which
are owned by the new Company.

The present Company also owns the equipped rice mill of the
„RiJ8tpellerij Djember", situated in the town of Djember,
residency of Besoeki, which mill was established for purchasing
and manufacturing the Bice, grown as paddy by the natives^
who cultivate this crop on the Tobacco lands.

Financial year ends 31st December.

Annual Report issued in April.



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BILA (SUMATRA) RUBBER LANDS, LIMITED.

Founded: June 1910.



Capital: £200,000.— in £1.— shares.

Issued: £90,000.—, of which 30,000 fully paid vendorshares and
60,000 shares 12 s. 6d. paid.

Purchase Price: The price was fixed at a sum equal to 36 s. per acre
on the ascertained area of the estates. £ 20,000. — was paid in
cash and the balance was to be settled in fully paid shares.
The vendors have also the option to take at par during three
years 25,000 shares of the unissued capital.

Directors: L. T. Boustead, R. J. Hoffmann, A. O. Whiting, Hon. E.
Coke, and W. T. Mackenzie.

Secretaries and Offices : Boustead, Anderson & Co., 30 IkOncing Lane,
London, E.C.

Estates: Batang Sampongol, Paya Labi, and Djabang Doea.
Area: 50,000 acres (pending survey, but expected to amount to 60,000).
Situation: East-coast of Sumatra, division of Laboean Batoe, on the
Baroemoen river.

Cultivation: In May 1910 there were 7525 Para trees from 1 to 2y^
years old. The directors intend to open at once a further 1500
acres and plant these with Para Rubber and Bobusta Coffee.
The Directors propose to deal with a great part of the
concessions by the sale of blocks of land to subsidiary companies
and by leasing lands to Chinese tapioca growers.

Production: No rubber crop is expected until 1914/15.
The following estimates of profits are made: —

Rubber. Coffee. Total.

19U £ 750 £ 3,095 £ 3,845

1915 „ 1,125 „ 9,047 ,,10,172

1916 „ 5,250 ,,10,714 ,,15,964

1917 ,,13,250 „ 8,333 ,,21,583

1918 ,,25,000 „ 2,381 ,,27,381

1919 ,,36,250 „ — ,,36,250

1920 ,,48,750 „ — ,,48,750

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CACAO AND CAOUTCHOUC ONDERNEMING BODEG.

Founded: March 1908.



Capital: / 55,000.-*- in 11 shares of /5000.— each.

Directors: H. G. Th. Crone (Managing), W. J. van der Held, and
P. Boeken Jr.

Registered Office: Amiterdam, N. Z. Yoorburgwal 60.

Estate: Bodeg.

Area: 1400 bouws (2450 acres).

Situation : Mid- Java, residency of Soerakarta, division of Klaten, district
of Djatinom, at a distance of about 10 miles from the Klaten
railway station.

Elevation: 1500 feet abore sea-level.

Tenure: The land is held under lease from the Native Authorities,
confirmed by the Netherland Indian Government. The lease is
renewable after expiration for periods not exceeding 30 years.

Cultivation : At the end of 1909 an area of about 750 acres was under
cultivation, of which

700 acres planted with CastiUoa and Cacao, and
50 „ „ „ Fious.

Mor^ver there are some old Coffee plantations.

General Information: The allotment of profits has, to take place as
follows :

5 pCt. dividend to shareholders, and the remainder is to be
reserved to form a working-capital-fund, until this fund has
reached an amount of / 30.000. — , or so much more as the
general meeting of shareholders will decide.

Profits not to be reserved for this purpose will be distributed
as follows: —

10 pCt. to the Managing Director,

lO „ to the other Directors together,

80 „ to shareholders.

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PLANTAGEN GESELLSCHAFT BOENISARI.

Founded: December 1906.



Capital: / 500,000.— in 1000 shares of / 500.— each. The original
share capital of / 280,000. — was increased in June 1908.

Issued: / 350,000.— , fully paid.

Purchase Price: / 230,000.— in fully paid shares.

Managing Director: J. F. L. P. Schroeder.

Members of the Board : Th. G. Huppe, G. W. E. Ganzel, and B. Zikel.

Registered Ofiice: Bandoeng (Java).

Estate: Boenisari III (Tjigompet and Padarameh).

Area: 1200 bouws (2100 acres).

Situation: Java, residency of ^'Preanger Begentschappen," division of
Limbangan, district of Negara, at a distance of about 30 miles
from the Garoet railway station and about 11 miles from the
bay of Tjilaoeteureun on the Southcoast of Java.

Elevation varies from about 1000 to 2000 feet above sea-level.

Tenure: The land is held under 75 years' lease, dated May 1906, direct
from the Netherland Indian Government, at an annual rental
of /I. — per bouw.

Cultivation: At the beginning of 1909 an area of about 550 bouws
(970 acres) was under cultivation, and planted as follows: —



Planted.


Hevea trees.


Ficus.


Castilloa.


Cacao trees.


1906/6 .


510


24,921


2000


1,021


1906/7 .


. 10,000


74,000





10,000


1907/8 .


. 20,000


45,000








1908/9 .


. 6,200


15,000









36,710 158,921 2000 11,021

General Information : The allotment of profits, eventually after deduction
of a percentage for the European staff, has to take place as
follows : —

5 pCt. to the Managing Director

21/3 „ to the Members of the Board together

2^/3 „ to the Estate Manager,

5 „ to a reservefund
85 „ to shareholders.

Financial year ends 31st December.

Annual Report issued before the end of April.



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BORNEO RUBBER AND TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED.

Founded: May 1906.



Capital: £160,000.— in 130,000 ordinary and 30,000 6 pCt. cumulative
preference shares of £ 1. — each.

Issued: £135,142 (117,511 ordinary and 17,631 preference shares, all
fully paid).

Directors: H. C. Hadfield, T. C. Curwen, T. E. P. Gardiner, W. R.
Scott, and J. Baker.

Secretary and Offices: Graham H. Sanders, 30 Moorgate Street,
London, E.C.

Area: 26,500 acres (pro resto).

Situation: Pontianak, Dutch West Borneo.

General Information: The above mentioned price was paid for an area
of 49,000 acres, of which 1147 acres were planted with rubber.
In January 1910 the Company sold 22,417 acres, including
the 1147 acres of Rubber and 181 acres of cleared land to the
Kapoewas Rubber Company, Ltd., for a sum of £ 40,000. — in
fully paid shares, together with the option to subscribe at par
during four years for 20,000 shares of the unissued capital
of the Kapoewas Company.

In order to comply with the Dutch law the lands continue
to be held in the name of the Dutch Vendor Company, " Handel
en Industrie Maatschappij Wilhelmina,'' whose share capital is
owned by the present Company.

Financial year ends 30th April.

Annual Report issued about October.



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BRITISH RUBBER ESTATES OF JAVA, LIMITED.

Founded: May 1910.



Capital : £ 95,000.— in 2 s. shares.

Issued : £ 70,000.— fully paid.

Purchase Price: £43,038 in cash, and the option to take at par
during 5 years 250,000 shares of the unissued capital.

Directors : M. Lowden, H. P. Mitchell, S. Lee, and H. J. de Kempenaer.

Offices: 65 London Wall, London, E.C.

Estates: Soember Manggis Kidoel, Soember Mangis, Soember Oerip,
and Soember Telogo Zuid (one block of 1313 bouws in Fasoeroeau),
and Kalidoeren I.

Total Area: 1621 bouws (2840 acres).

Situation : East-Java. The estate Kalidoeren I is situated in the residency
of Besoeki, division of Djember, district of Tanggoel, about 4
miles from the Soember Bahroe railway station; the other four
estates form one block in the residency of Pasoeroean, division
of Malang, district of Toeren, about 6 miles from the Dampit
railway-station.

Elevation: of the Pasoeroean estates varies from 1500 to 2200 feet
above sea-level j and of Kalidoeren I from 350 to 450 feet.

Tenure: The lands are held under 75 years' leases, granted by the
Netherland Indian Government in the years 1880/1902 at an
annual rental varying from /1.50 to /6. — perbouw(£ 610. — ).

Cultivation: The whole area is practically under cultivation.

The number and ages of the Rubber- and Hobusta Coffee
trees are given as follows: —

Planted. Eicus. Hevea. Robusta Coffee.

1905/6 2,025 — —

1906/7 4,848 19,980 5,003

1907/8 1,754 15,400 72,050

1908/9 2,473 8,600 164,861

1909/10 1,500 19,500 131,561

Total .... 12,600 63,480 373,475

There are also

154 acres of cocoanuts, 5 years old, and

224 acres of Liberia Coffee,

over 700,000 Java Coffee trees,

50,000 Coca trees,

4000 Tea bushes,

80,000 pepper vines, and

6224 Castilloa Rubber trees.



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Production: The estimates of crops are given as follows: —



Rubber.


Coffee.






lbs.


piculs.






2,000


2500


in


1911,


16,500


3500


n


1912,


39,500


4500


M


1913,


68,000


6500


»


1914,


109,000


6000


»


1916,


150,000


5600


)>


1916,


191,000


4500


M


1917.



General Information: In order to comply with the Dutch law the
estates are held in the name of a Dutch Company, the " Cultuur
Maatschappij Kali Doeren" registered in Sourabaya in 1905,
with a capital of / 35,000.— in shares of flOO.—, all which
shares were acquired by the present Company.

Financial year ends 30th June.

Annual Report issued about September.



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CENTRAL JAVA RUBBER PLANTATIONS, LIMITED.

Founded: April 1910.



Capital: £125,000.— in 2 ah. shares.

Issued : £ 100,000.—, fully paid.

Purchase price: £76,000.— payable as to £37,500 in cash, £10,000
in fully paid shares, and £ 27,500 in cash or fully paid shares
at the option of the company. The vendor has also the right
for two years to take at par 160,000 of the unissued shares.

Directors: W. A. Wills, Sir T. Barclay, W. H. Peach, J. Greenless,
W. Geipel, H. T. van Laun.

Secretary and Offices: Ch. H. Lawson, 4 London Wall Buildings,
London, E.C.

Estate: Kedoeng Banteng.

Area: 14,000 bouws = 24,500 acres.

Situation : Mid-Java, residency of Soerakarta, division of Sragen, district
of Gondang, about 3 miles from the Kedoeng Banteng railway-
station.

Elevation: 300 feet above sea-level.

Tenure: The land is held under lease from the Native Authorities,
confirmed by the Netherland Indian Government, which lease
is renewable after expiration for periods not exeeding 30 years,
at a rental of about £700. — per annum.

Cultivation: When the estate was purchased, 400 acres were planted
with 42,000 Ficus- and Hevea trees, 10,000 of which were
tappable; 100,000 Hevea trees were planted during 1910.

The particulars of the rubber trees are as follows: —

10,000 Ficus trees, planted 1905

10,000 „ „ „ 1906

8,392 „ „ „ 1907

13,323 Hevea „ „ 1907/9

100,000 „ „ „ 1910

It is intended to plant an additional 50,000 rubber trees
per annum.

Tobacco, Capoc and rice are also cultivated, and moreover the
concession comprises the right to forest exploitation, there being
many djatti-timber-forests on the estate.



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Production: The profits for the next years have been estimated as
follows : —





Bnbber per lb.


1911 .


, £ 3,500.— at 4/-


1912 .


„ 7,130.— „ 3/6


1913 .


„ 8,400.- „ 3/-


1914 .


„ 15,775— „ 2/6


1915 .


,,27,750.- „ 2/6



Tobacco


Other Produce


Total


£ 5000.—


£5000.—


£ 13,500.


„ 5000.—


,,5000.-


„ 17,130.


„ 5000.—


„ 5000.—


„ 18,400.


„ 5000.—


„ 5000.—


„ 25,775.


„ 5000,—


„ 5000.—


„ 37,750.



General Information: In order to comply with the requirements of
Dutch law the estates continue to be held in the name of the
vendor Company, the "Houtaankap- en Cultuur-Maatschappij
Kedoeng Banteng/' registered in Java, with a capital of
/ 100,000.— , in 100 shares of / 1000.— , the whole of which
was acquired by the present Company.



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CENTRAL SUMATRA RUBBER ESTATES, LIMITED.

Founded: February 1910.



Capital: £180,000.— in £1.— shares.

Issued: £155,000. — , of which 46,250 vendorshares and 108,750 shares
15 s. paid.

Purchase Price: £92,500. — (£46,250 in cash, and £46,250 in fully
paid shares).

Directors: T. C. Owen, M. Lowden, J. R. H. Pinckney, G. B. Owen,
and J. Crowther.

Secretary and Offices: Rowe, White & Co., Ltd., 4 Lloyds' Avenue,
London, E.C.

Estates: Nagaradja (3000 bouws), and Bah Boelian (7000 bouws).

Total Area: 34,050 acres.

Situation: East-coast of Sumatra, division of Padang Bedagei. Both
estates are about 10 miles from the Tebing Tinggi station on
the railway to Medan and the port of Belawan.

Tenure: The lands are held under leases, signed by the Resident of the
East-Coast of Sumatra, expiring respectively in December 1974
and February 1978.

Cultivation: The numbers and ages of the Rubber trees on the estates
on January 1st, 1910, were : —

10,000 Ficus trees over 11 years old

17,000 „ „ from 6—11 „ „

17,000 „ „ „ 1— 6 „ „

1,000 „ „ „ 1 „ „

45,000 Ficus trees.

During 1910 about 1300 acres of forest land have been felled
and to a great extent cleared and some 300 acres have been
planted with Hevea stumps. The Directors propose to plant part
of the cleared land with a catch crop of paddy, and plant it
with tobacco in 1911/12. It was expected to have by the end
of 1911 planted 200 acres with tobacco, and to have brought
at that time the number of Hevea trees planted out up to
200,000, and the number of Coffee trees up to 800,000.

Production: The estimated returns for rubber are: —

in 1911 20,000 lbs.

„ 1912 30,000 „

„ 1913 50,000 „



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General Information: Owing to serious discrepancies in the number
of Ficus trees (only 45,000 being available for the Company
out of the 80,000 trees referred to in the prospectus, the
remaining 35,000 trees having been planted by the natives
through the forest), the Directors have considered it in the
interest of shareholders to decline to allot any part of the share
purchase consideration of 46,250 shares and to retain in their
hands the small balance of the cash purchase, and also to
withhold the call on 25,000 shares.

Financial year ends 31st March.

Annual Report issued about July.



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DAEJAN (JAVA) RUBBER ESTATE, LIMITED.

Founded: April 1910.



Capital : £ 55,000.— in 2 sh. shares.

Issued: £43,000, fully paid.

Purchase Price : £ 28,000. — , together with the call at par during 5

years of the unissued capital of the Company. The Directors

have, however, reserved the right to call upon the Vendor

syndicate to exercise such option in whole or in part on receipt

of 60 day's notice.
Directors: C. H. Meares (Chairman), A. G. Angier, St. George A.

Showers, and S. W. DuttsoD.
Offices: Finners Hall 8 and 9, Austin Friars, London, E.C.
Estates: Dciejan I, II and III, and Gebel.
Total Area: 753 bouws = 1318 acres.
Situation : East-Java, residency of Eediri, division of Toeloeng Agoeng,

district of Kalangbret, about 11 miles from Ngoedjang raolway

st-ation.
Elevation varies from 800 to 2000 feet above sea-level.
Tenure : The lands are held under 75 years' leases from the Netherland

Indian Government, granted in the years 1897/98, at an annual

rental varying from /1.75 to /3. — per bouw.
Cultivation: When the estates were taken over, the plantations consisted

of:—

219 acres Ficus Rubber from 10 years down to 3 years.
17 „ Ceara Rubber, average 2 years old.
3 „ Para Rubber, newly planted.

262 „ Java Coflfee, average 12 years.
87 „ Robusta Coffee, average P/g years.

588 acres cultivated.
Production: It is the intention of the Directors to plant up consi-
derable areas with Hevea.

The 1910 — 11 crop up to May amounted to: —
2134 lbs. of Rubber.
11,220 „ „ CoflPee.
General Information : In order to meet the requirements of the Dutch
law the estates are held in the name of the " Djaej an Rubber
Maatschappij," registered in Amsterdam, with a capital of
of / 30,000.— in 6000 shares of /50.— each, the whole of
which was acquired by the present Company.
Financial year ends 30th June.



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DELI-BATAVIA RUBBER MAATSCHAPPU-

Founded: April 1910.



Capital: / 5,000,000.— in shares of / 1000.— each.

Issued: / 2,000,000 fully paid (with a dividend of 4 pCt. per annum
guaranteed during four years).

Purchase Price: / 750,000.— (/ 150,000.— cash and / 600,000.— in
fully paid shares). The vendor Company, the "Deli Batavia
Maatschappij," has guaranteed a dividend of 4 pCt. on the
above issued capital for the years 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913.

Managing Directors: M. J. Woortman Spandaw, and W. Geuken.

Members of the Board: Jonkheer F. H. Bicker, E. Luden, G. G. Th,
Stalmann, and E. H. de Vries.

Registered OfBce: Amsterdam, Keizersgracht 173.

Estates : Bander Negri (4223 bonws), Sarang Citing (3447 bouws), and
Dolok Oeloe (7080 bouws).

Total Area: 14,750 bouws = 25,820 acres.

Situation: East-Coast of Sumatra, resp. in the divisions of Badja Silau,
Deli and Simeloengan. The estates of Bandar Negri and Sarang
Citing are distant about 20 miles from the Galang railway
station and the Dolok Oeloe estate about 60 miles from the
Tebing Tinggi railway station.

Elevation of Bandar Negri 260 feet above sea-level.

Tenure: The lands are held under leases, resp. expiring in 1980, 1975
and 1982, from the Sultan of Serdang, confirmed by the Nether-
land Indian Government, at an annual rental of /I. — perbouw.

Cultivation: In December 1910 an area of about 1000 acres was under
rubber, planted with: —

144,712 Hevea trees in 1909/10 and
25,360 „ „ „ 1910

170,072 Hevea trees, interplanted with
232,830 Bobusta Coffee trees.
It was intended to plant an additional 650,000 Hevea trees
(viz. 250,000 on each estate) and to interplant all the rubber
with Bobusta Coffee.

General Information: The allotment of profits has to take place as
follows : —

5 pCt. on the paid-up capital to shareholders.

And from the remainder:
10 „ to the Managing Directors together.
10 „ to the Meml^rs of the Board together.
15 „ to reserve fund.
65 „ to shareholders.

Financial year ends 31st December.

Annual Report issued about- May.



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DELI MOEDA PLANTAGEN MAATSCHAPPIJ.
SOC. ANON. DES PLANTATIONS DE DELI MOEDA.

Founded: December 1909.


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