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' fTOKOLTJLU BTAEBTJIXETIS, WEDNESDAY, 29, 1913. 1
HILO JAIL C0N0ITI0NS NOT SO
Ready to Pay
INTEREST SI FRANCISCO1 BAD, SAYS HEAD OF PRISON BOARD
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Fi: r:-' ('. Cal.. Jan. 2. K
j ! lc-1 iu it n cair.usfts by I iif.w.i"!
Hitchcock (,'. HnrI n : i; u i'l .:' in-.
t rTt t -i.j w'f-k. a-: ti.y ca:r..ir.'
n.ai.y yvws rind landscapes ihinuca;
iLh iHiTil'ji'y .f Hava.i, which !. ;
f iniliii r I'.ie urs((iy traH-..
..iiutis is lauds are i pr s-nt-d aid
t''S''it ;i y.'lT ii '."!. i I y Of jl('l id
;' ; -rapr.y ;-::d paiuta'jle qu.1l U i".-'. ail
' C wl.ich :..v i, (-. t.-izej upon by
! ! ih.l.cfK k Vile 'Via. id r,!' Oahu, oh
w'.i'-'i ! f i t ' .J i' ! a i:; mm1'".!, in prolific
in Icfiu'i :-everal .. wiii'h an1
I io . i: i n I.;- ihix artist. wlo
i ? pxiiii:ti:n; l.i.; work at t'i" a'.! 'h-:
of ViKi.v. Atkins A: Voney. The
"garden is::-ii'l' is r. a I" , u- Mil : t :
lor a liidiibt i of canvases. fnd the u-l(-y
of 1 1. m.. I. i rfvfa's the fart liiat.
Hawaii is .o:s' ;: if i.jany ;:and-;
urs. This portion, for rugged nes '
BIG MILL BURNS
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'hem from the woods to the mill. 71ii.s
dso is cr.npaiativfly i: v, a vJ of
course, is umaalhed by tic tu:: filia
tion. This Ii (he s-'cond bio".- to d p m w!
opon uw t-:il( rot i -,c on We:-:1 $Iavr.n
within the :a.vi few ?raii.s. Oniy a
chert' time aro the -c'.orciiotise of the
Kuna Tobacco Company, contain',
the entire year's crop of leaf was
mined by lire, out ailing not only the
siciAial Iokb in .dollars involved in that
.particular crop but creatiui; a serious
brfak in the market that, after lon;
end expensive effort, had been in-
infuil i g lAnAnf rtii1 1 Ho 1 1 o L'a I Inn ' to.
taccti .output.' I
ICn&tiKh tlaae has elapsed since th
firgt disaster, 'however,' for the tobacco
- . 2 i a j A x ' . r r - t l
company io siraignien oai aiiaim una
liad: that the market Is witting to
"aweJt a' new crop and that it i3 onlj
tt question of months when the indus
try will he ready to return an income.
History of Undertaking. j
TheJIawaiian Development com
pany's; work represents the greatest j
company and were foreclosed, the Ha !
waii. The lumbering has teen through
i tveral periods of vicissitndes, tut no
blow his keen' harder than'tbat stnek
fcv fife last night Again and aga'n
'th?."inen'cojinectel with the industry
h'ive pat forward Indomlntable efforts
to make is commercially Found' a.ni
.Development of tae Uawaii'n lun;
bet industry was first started on
Irrge edniniercial srale by the.llawai
ian Mahogany Co.! Ltd., in UiCC; when
A company was formed with a, tanT.al
ol 1250,090. but. after two years UiL
company used up all of their re
source and were do'rcclosed, the Ua
walian .Development8 Co- wn- 1.3a
: made largi ad vahfes, taking over iho
; land IcaRCs and mechanical eqpip
mtnf Markeable Hawaiian-limber
consists of two kinder ohia an i koa.
The first has a general rcsembl 'ne
" to American walnttt Iu appearance, al
: though much harder, while koa la oft
en called "Hawaiian Mahogany."
, The chief source of supply cf lum
; her . in this isjands Is iru the fore&ta
txenty or thirty mile3 from. Hilo on 1
atiii inacc--s;hi:ity, las bcn Iik.nrwl
'. t'..- (Iri'i.ri I'aayon 01' t!.- Colorado.
Uid tiom wit'.iiii its bounds Hitchcock
l.a5 hroui;tt raoro than ;iiinpses of
st nio .-iloi:(!')r.
Thf .' is r'n csmf r-i in dif
f' M iii a. -";! : u its oruptivc capac
ity iind is Minfr .i in varied atmospheres
h day ar ! at cvfntid'. Aain it
i t.wn in t a'.- tiistanc- illumined hy its
Sa'C)s of th ?cas from various
points are exploited with 1 convincing
stroke which annoiiii'Vs that Hitch-'(K-k
ki'.o.s his country. He is in the
city jartly i:i i!.e inteif.t .f the i!a
wai'an Com mission and will he in
strumental in :)!' advancement of Ha
waii's affair'- (!i:iiiiL- the exposition.
He has just completed a canvas eight
by fiftojT feet i:i dlm( .1.1011 for trie
commission, shoA'in? t!ie immensity
iwtl splendor of the Hanaiei canyon.
the Island of Hawaii, in the dit.';-t
o.' I-'um, and in the vicinity of the
Kilanei Volcano House; most of thi
latter has already heen forested.
.More than three hundlred men are
cii ployed by the Hawaiian Develop
1 icnt Co. in the lumber industry, tn
hc.'Miquarters bein: located at Fahoa
At this point, a circular jaw coupI
Mill, with a capacity of from 2.Vn0 to
. ( 00 feet board measure, has been
erected, as are the living quar.ers of
tne workmen, many of whom are Rus
sians. Other races employed sie H?--;aiianr,,
Portuguese and Orientals.
All of the labor of cutting and loading
the timber is done by contract, whl
day wages are paid to the mill work
ers and the railroad train crews.
Special ftar-Bulletta CorTnpottd?nrv
HH.o. Jan. 24 That the agitation
over the conditions in the Hilo jail
has been exaggerated far beyond any
thing wMch is warranted by the con
ditions, is ihe statement made hy Z.
N. Holmtf, the chairman of the
hoard of prison inspectors for this
judicial circuit. Mr. Hclmes, when
: asked about the matter at first de
clined f"o talk, saying thac h--:
was required under the law to re
! port to (Joverncr Krear on the sub
ject ar.ii did not care to be quoted
in tne r.a-.vspapr-rs. Then he made
:'::( :.;!r,v. -,-c short statement:
"Wilt' f (id i:ot care to t,o into
, details n ihe matters 1 cm say
:ti;at there has been a .sreat deal
01 exasperation in the statements
made in rtgaru to tne conditions in
, the !cc:l jail. While the place may
j neu be as clean as your houce or
mine, that cannot be expected when
jone considers that, the prisoners are
crowded together as they ar?, " as
the result of the many prisoners and
j lack of appropriations- for needed ac
i eommodation. The condition of ' the
j jail certainly dors not warrant the
j use of the term "filthy" and the
1 tales of large numbers of beriberi
cass are also absolutely untrue.
1 (.Jertz had teen here for many years.
' coming from Honolulu, where, in the
early days his father was the owner
of a shoe store- sn l in comfortable
. circumstances, ft u said that a tron-
! ble over opium traffic caused him to
Jo.-( practically all of his stvipgs. Ser
cral married children of deceased are
aiive and living in Honolulu.
Manager McCubbin Resigns.
Manager .M -Cubbin. of the Kaiwikl
plantation at Ooftala, has resigned his
position and will not return to Hawaii.
"his news MBi received about the-
lint rf t volp ir.i.tv'-ry. , n 1 n t n
ii nt made yesterday by George Dat-'
it. of the firm of Davies & Company,
the agents for the Kahviki plantation.
When asked who the new manager
would be Mr. Davies stated that for the,
temainder of the year the plantation j
would remain in charge of Head Luna
Johnson, who is now in charge.
One of the important matters to
Hilo which will '"come up before the.
legislature will bo the question of
an appropriation for the Hilo Public
timatea made by those who nave pv.;.. w TiZmnrraM VaiirW
taken a great interest in the work, - - - - -.-
about $5000 w7I be neeued for the Democratic members of" the next
coming biennial period. A serious senate and house from Oahu are get-'
question in regard to the legality of t;ng busy on their plans to carry-out
such an-appropriation has arisen, the planks in the party platform. Last
however, the difficulty coming nipht a big caueus of Oahu Bourbons
through the fact that the Hilo Li- ws held at Democratic bearauarters
for vhich, according to es- MrinWlihiit Jlta& Jr.
(Ccntlnued from Pafle 1) ,
the reciiilt that the plant was finally
eliminated during a season of epidem
ic." According lo Mr. Carter, the banana
plant is tow found growing along the
canal zone, but it is understood ihat
the plant will disappear upon the first
reappearance of an infectious disease.
The Hocolulan speaks in highest
terms concerninc; the sanitation of the
entire canal strip, a work- accomplish
ed bv the American government at
-Jamaica -came In for a generous
share cf praiseworthy rr.enUon be
caute of th? fine condition of the
roads maintained throughout the isl
and by the British government. Mr.
Carter and his party spent ten days or
two weeks in touring the island.
Canai Force a Wonderful Organization
Th,e immense force constantly em
ployed cn the canal is, in the opinion
of ex-Governor Carter, a wonderful or-
anizatiin. TltQ executive ability of
O6lonel Goethals in charge of all work
in the construction of the canal, re
ceived much praise from Mr. Carter,
who professed to be greatly impressed
nt the magnitufle of the Undertaking,
now reaching a successful cor.clusicn.
The preat bulk oT work of digging
ihe canal is expected will be complet
ed by September. Some delay han
been ccxastned in' the receipt of ma
terial to enter into construction of the
Mr. Carter also tonched lightly upon
his visit to the mainland at the time
jof great Kiiticai activity.
"Sheriff I'au has taSen an active
j interest in seeing that conditions
art brought up to the best possigle
I condition and ha; Jailor Maby to
see tiiat the jail is disinfected
: throughout and thoroughly cleaned.
I liesideH this he has issued instruc
tions that this cleanup shall not re
I suit in a temporary condition but
shall be watched and says that if
soap, water and elbow grease can
do anything he will see that the jail
is. kept in good condition. He has
asked Health Inspector Bowman to
supervise the work of disinfecting 1 ,s. ,'1 passage of a bill reimbursing- front
tand see that it is done rn the best , v --e-- government funds those people wna
1 possible manner." 1 visors. , can prove damages - as ' tp r result 4 of
; We handle nothing but the STAN
; DARD of fine furnishings for men; inN
exclusive designs and finest materials;
Our Spring stock is now complete. It
comprises .everything worn by men,
young men, and boy.
brary is a private and not a public in the Waity building, with Juliu&
institution, the board of trustees ArDi jr presiding and a Urge repre
consisting of five trustees nomi- sertationvof interested solons.
nated by the Library Association, two Discussion on various planks in' the
by the Board of Trade and two by the pj.rty piatf0rm was taken up: Tho
Beard of Supervisors. From this Democrats, it was tande 'evident last
,it will be seen that the only part the nVth( win have as' orte-of the features
-sovernment has in the management of thelr work ln the legislattire the'
i is in me iwu repreiseiiiaiive uui ui
' I t -n i. k .u,, v. hi ving their banana trees cut down
To lnvestrste Ferry Charges ! f " wi" Ih JK n t?l other property destroyed durin5
The investi,ati, of the charges ? ,11 S anti-mosquito campaign manr
made fcy Ju-lge Terry, th? district Vhrh unX ta months ago.
TV.- , , t i.. ,!. ... , ' trains can run tnrougn from in 10 to
magistrate of Btna. against Attorney , DA,.. 4r, v . The Demc
Carl S. Oarlsmith, of this city,
1 .k, a a fight last October and Novemoer on
be commenced m this city at once.! the Dresent time there are tPis mosauito campaign. Their stum
Tho tiMihcimtna .. ui h,in, fAniovr vfc orix. At iae present lime mere are , - , , x.
...i. ,...i...u.u ..... ....e, ii..iW . th h? 1 ft tf. -oTntjWft as BreaKtrs uanperea oome 10 eerj u
W. Ashford, form the committee ap
pointed by the Bar Association to
look into the matter. Ashford ar
rived here by the Sunday Mauna
Kca and has spent most of his time
since .then on th? ether side of the
u.M n two smaller ones. These will uicnce me BU'temeni mat cue Doiro
all take a considerable time and,- hur- of health and otaef public authorities
rving the work along as rapidly as had wrongfully destroyed nrooertr
possible, it will be about the 'middle ouring the clean-no campaign' folTow-
of April 0? later before the- first ing the yellow-fever scare, and the
trains will reach the.Hamakua ter- strhei sUtement that'the DemdWiits
minus of the read . if elected to office wbuld v-thai th
reoDle were naid for their losses; Now
The present action is being taken Tetephone Improvements the mrtv is 'preparing to make' goo'
i the result of a decided protest Manager Fhurimell. of the Mutual ort1 thdte statem'enta if It can muster
aJe by Attorney Carlsmith when ti
he was in Honolulu. Ife went to the wnjca at the present timf owits the ture to'mak'e the measure a Democra-
varlous members of the committee controi of the Hilo Telephone Com- tic one.
anfl demanded that the mvestiga- pany left here laBt Monday on After considerable discus; Ion last
tion should take place forthwith. the jIauna Kt?a after maRIng , aft nuUt, a: committee of three Senst'w-
statiRg teat he believed that -he was nifn tttn' tmnnd' th tsiatiri . itrn. t r ..n MkMi.iiwo.
panied by Manager Stone of the local elect J. M. Poepoe and J. S. KalaWelW."
concern. Mr. Hummel was here main- ,vffre named .to secure Information a
lv to look through the various com- l nf h n - tf a
V rantes on Hawaii with a view to a
if n.-?sihlo cnnn!it1ttnn . nf nil the enn-
X - - - . -
cerns under one head, with the Mutual
entitled t; ask that, the matter be
heard without further .delay. The
; same view was taken by the com
mittee, who at once proceeded
make tneir arrangements. It
understood that ,the witnesses who
are brought hefore this committee company as the parent concern, thus
will not be put under oath and that placing the wireless service between
the investigation will be made on tne islands under the same control as
ramer inrormai tines, it win prob- tne telephone lines all over Hawaii
ai)ly take Several days to Com- Whthr th nthor nnmnaniog will sn
plete the wcrk to be done here.
!to come in or
r'e who want d?maees. rnd unon
information to base the legislative bll
ccordinglv his mornlne Represen.ta-tive-elect
Kalakiela circulated over tho
city with a copy of the following no
"The Democratic Leeislative Caucus
I'l III! 111 II H 111 I'Mir - - . ti.
not is something that contemplating measures to reimburse
Crossroads Bookshop, Ltd.
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HAVE ARRIVED, WHICH WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO SHOW
ALSO A' FINE LINE OF HAWAIIAN BOOKS SUITABLE FOR
Crossroads Bookshop, Ltd.
Arrested for Theft j
j Wharfinger Hayden, of the Hilo
! Railroad company, has been suspend- i
' ed, as a result of a charge made
against him hy Officer Kaimi, of the
Waiakea police, but up to a late
hour yesterday afternoon there had
been no official developments. At
the office of the superintendent ofl
the Hilo railroad Mr. Filler could
not be found and it was stated that
the details were unknown in the office.
has not yet been ascertained.
nil nrsons who have claims against
the Government for the detractions of,
i Lrcnerty during the so-called ' Ahtr-
: Mosquito Campaign, is desirous tJf ob j
talning all possible Infornmion as to
' the extent and nature of these claims.
,L and would reqne:t' all persons in'fe-
ested to file, either in persoiT of by
' mail, with the undersiened'Serretar
"'oi.the committee a verlfletl statement
nf their loss. This Information Is
' ' sought irrespectite of party affiliations
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. President- nnrwlth the sole obtect of preparing
elect Wilson's disapproval of such ePsiative' measures for proper relief.
man j papers about the likelihood of these
new-tangjea aances Deing trieu at tne
According to the story whichj is . modern dances as the turkey trot, griz- A1j partieS interested are furthermore
told by the police officer he was Uly bear and bunny hug, was one of rfn,1(1,tp(i to file their statements
near the wharf on Wednesday night the reasons which led to his request Drjor t0 February 15th. 1913
at about 8 o'clock and saw a man, (that the inaugural ball" be called off. v j s. Kal;
whom he recognized as Hayden, j This came out today at a meeting or
wheeling out a truck on which there (the inaugural committee. A member
were two tags, which turned out . of the committee, who is recognized as
afterwards to be filled with rice, one j an intimate friend of Wilson, explain
belonging to the Hilo Mercantile ed to the committee that he had been
Company and the other to Fong very unfavorably impressed with the
Hing, the owner of a Chinese restau-j articles that had appeared in the news
rant at Waiakea. When the
saw him he dropped the truck and
ran back to the warehouse Kaimi inaugural ball
It appeared to be the opinion of the
President-elect, according to the verb
al report made to the inaugural com- T
miitee, that no matter what precau- subscriptions back through the pro-
tions were taken by the, authorities, it ceeds of the ball, wore very long faces,
would be impossible to prevent some President-elect Wilson s letter suggest-
of those attending the ball from danc- ing that the ball be omitted was read
ing the new movements andthat this to the committee, and it is understood
probably would result in widespread that there was some grumbling and
j public discussion. This, taken in con- fault nnaing Deninu uie ciu
nection with the expense which the or me cuiuumiw.
ball would impose upon the govern- The president-elect suggested the
ment, is said to have influenced WR- possibility of a public reception being
?on to his decision. substituted for the ball. As this re
Today's meeting of the inaugural ception was to be held at the Capitol,
committee was a dismal affair. The the committee quickly turned the prop-
then hurried up to the warehouse
and met Hayden coming out.
D.ipo Red Cause of Death.
the death of Frank W. Gertz, for
many years a shoemaker in this city,
took place yesterday morning in th"1
l.in Hop restaurant on Front street.
Alcoholism, working uion a badly un
dermined constitution was the direct
a use of death. Gertz had been on
the "waterwagon" for some days and
yesterday morning before his break
fast drink three battles of so-called
' Dago red," which proved too much
for his system and he died suddenly,
iWbably from heart failure helped
aioni? by the raw wine he had consumed.
No. T L. L. McCindless Block,
Corner. Nntianu and Pauahi streets,
People who have been following he
1 optical promises to reimburse those
who mffered losses expect that the
committee will be deluged withihonse
hclders anxious to prove that their
banana trees were cut dtfwn.
Garments for business, dress, college,
school, motor, travel and storm service.
Our SILK HOSE and NECKTIE
selections are the handsomest
ever brought to Honolulu.
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ThtfmMkuB ear's. 27.
a tmoll percentage of tht number cf people vho tcUl vanl themtfcr I
a tingle HUDSON was offered, more than one thousand individual j .
paid their deposit to assure getting ears: ;;V--;V" 1 --' V" 7 -
- The demand in excess of the number ice tan buUd has leen in alcui 7
c ratio eter since the first photographs were shoumj ' ". ' -- '
:Wh7Tfcu &iD;l 5 7:'
! of those who wilt want I1UDSON5
of eflffineerin? brains in their relation to V be able to eet them; '
mecHahical perfection. Without knowl- What better assurance could be c.T r
eds a-smooth, simple, sale, satisfactory : thin that these men whopo8scs al
caris impossible.1 ' ! W - : alt the knowledge' that has thm t
lTiesecaweredes!gnetlb748sldUed -been gained in automobile buildir? Y
,enkineers gathered ffoni Europe and , joined in saying, "The New HUDwC.
Asnenca, representing S7 factories. They J f the bt we kmnr. . ; . f
.had hand in building over 200,000- The HUDSON .W". Is thetf fc
"antomobnes.' These men represent about; Sw.JJKJ i JjV ; '
all that has been learned in motbf 'caff - comptetely .equipped with electric f
'fjJliJTrJAm ,mJieTSitilcing device and electric li;ht
. des1gn.' Sdme have rdethe speedomettf, dock; top; wuUUucU
' headwayof all m designing six-cylmder inch teXzrt. There is not!:
- VI .ftjuic aicixuaiuia j wmv iuwo mar tQ hOV
' - ro ae comDinea skui ana anawieoge on
all these men is fOdused upon the
perfection of HUDSON cars." "
"'All who are motor-w4se recognize the
importance of having a car built under
sdeh favorable conditions. That is why,'
with the maximum of 1,000 cars for de
livery this month, only one out of three
See the Triangle on the Radiator
of doing 65 miles an hour and a speed
68 miles in SO seconds from standi.
starts is offered as a car superior to a
automobile on the market regardless
SHce.r It selli at $2450, complete:
nished and equipped as above. Prk
are f. o. b. Detroit. . -
ASSOCIATED GAEAGE, Ltc"
F. E. HOWES. Mgr.
merchant members of the committee, csition over to the joint committee of
The committee unanimously agreed
that the ball could not be held under
the circumstances, and the president
elect was so informed.
Governor Wilson's wish, in the event
of there being a public reception on
March 4th, is that Mrs. Wilson and i
the Misses Wilson should not be ex
pected to attend. This information
was conveyed today to the inaugural
TRENTON. N. J., Jan. 20. President-elect
Wilson formally suggested
today to William Corcoran Eustis,
who had contributed to the inaugural congress which has charge of the in-! chairman of the inaugural committee,
fund in anticipation of getting their puguration. 1 ihat a popular reception in the Capitol
building at Washington' be iubstitutt
for the inaugural ball : ' " 'x
"I suggested for tneir consideration;
said Wilson, "a general reception i
the rotunda of the CapitaL . v .
Wilson said he expected the detai!
to be worked out" by toe '.' c6mmltte .
but reiterated the wish that the entire
ceremony cf the inauguration be mad
"as simple as is consistent with dl
city and order."
Many a girl who leves a man for
his money is too modect to 'mention
it. . ,.;,V.
Hundreds of useful lengths of WHITE DRESS GOODS, LAWNS, SILKS, WOOLENS, SHEETINGS, CRETONNES, LACES, RIBBONS,
Every remnant from a fraction of a yard to a ten yard length at HALF PRICE OR LESS
SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY.