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MINISTER DAMON'S MISSION
Walalui Stock Increase Calls Large
L. A; Tturstoa Explains the Situation State
ment from Mr. Goodale-Question cfStcck
Vote Causes Adjournment.
It wns n representative gather
ing of business men, lawyers and
brokers nt the .stockholder!' meet
ing of the Wninlon Agricultural
Company tliin morning. Tho vice
president ot the company, B. F.
Dillingham, was in tho chair.
The roll call u n tedious tifTair
nnd took about lifno i luiimtos.
L. A. Tluui-ton win tin first
spanker, lie spjka in favor of tbo
increase of the capital Htock flay
ing that nt tbo present time about
one-half the holders of it-sesjable
stock were paying n't-essmonts
this ou account of tho lujunctiou
issued ngniuBt tho "Dillingham
stock." Of tbo assessable fctook
out at present only ubout s-100,000
remained to bo called in. It is no
cessary for tho compiuiv to he
ablo to place its bands on a largtj
amount of money to continue tbo
work of tbo plantation. Ic would
bo necessary for tbo company to
increaeo its capital now or next
vear to raiBO more money and
li 3 del not seo why it should not bo
dono uow. If tho case were takun
to tbo Supremo Court it might
bo a year before tbo dilliuulty was
settled and the plantation would
bo losing greatly by the delay.
Tbo inoreaso of tbo capital would
iucreaso the credit of tho cornpa
ny. In tho ca39 of the leversal of
Judgo Perry's dooftio'u by the
Supremo Court tboro were thirty
two other cases yet to ha beard
before the caso whs tioully eoitled
and it might take years and tbo
company bo greatly hampered and
embarrassed in tbo meauwbilo.
Tbo compromise would immo
diately sottlo tho trouble 13v the
iucroaso of the stock the prcsont
holders would have one tjiird loss
to pay in assessments aud this in
itsolf would raoau a great deal.
Castla & Cooke as hgeuts are
about gotting to the end of their
ropo as theio is but flOU.OOO at
presont under tbo prevailing con
ditions to draw fioai. All this
need of money would be obviated
by tho issuo.
W. It. Castle askd the man
nger of the plantation what the
immediato ueeds for money would
W. W. Goodale, manager, stated
that tho payment for tho mill
would bo 8oU0,000 and fi r pump
250,000 with no inomo from
crop until Uhll.
E, D. Tenney stated that bo
bad beard of mauv protests
against tba proposed action on the
street and bo would like to have
the kickers get up in tho mooting
nud express their views. Castle
it Cooke would not foicotho issuo,
rather would they wait until tho
interested parties were oouvorted
to tho firm's way ofthinkiug.
li. F. Dillingham stated that bo
wanted the situation discussed
and settled in tbo beet way for the
tbo greatest number and that
nuinbnr was not "number ono."
J, A. Maroon spoke against tho
issuance of tho stock.
John Ena said bo disogreed
with what Mr. ThursU'ii Bakl but
later bo switched an I said bo
thought tho issuo was light.
13. 13. McOlanahau Hud F. M.
Hatch made Bntemou's eaob in
favor of tho compromise. A. 13.
Wood bad considered I bo matter
carefully and was of tl!o opinion
that the issuo should tnko placo,
After ndhcuBBionns to who bad
tho right to voto at tho meeting
tbo mooting was adjourned with
out any action having been taken.
Tbo next moeting will be held on
Novembor 1st at 10 a. m.
Mail fcr tho Coast will bo sent
on tbo D S. A. T. Ohio this after
noon. Mail closes at 3 o'clock.
Opinions of Some of Prominent Men In
Regard to It.
Win. G. Irwin Says Contract Labor Is Pau
T, R. Walker Thinks Minister of
Finance Is Needed Here.
Tboro has been much talk of
Into among tbo planters as to tho
present statm nf Minister Damon
in respect to bis mission to Italy.
Tbo alternative offered him by tho
government at Washington has
placed a rather knotty problem in
his way. So mo of the planters
were seen today and this i whnt
they have to say:
Wm. ,G. Irwiu If it is a ques
tion of free labor I am in favor of
Mr. Damon going over to Italy.
As you kuow, tho days ot con
tinot labor iu tbeso Islands aro
numbered and it would bb U3 well
to try Italian labor as any otlier.
You see it is reall" only an ex
periment. 1 might eay hern that
lam very, much in favor of Por
tuguoio Hilar. This bis already
pro veu most effectual horn. Of
course, Mr. Damon has already
grasped tbo situation nud will
know best what to do from tbo
instruction Iih bns nlready re
Oriralfron Washington. Ho will
know just what to do.
T. It Walker "From the pro
sent position I would Ray that the
best thing Mr. Damon can do is
to come home. I feel that wo
need him more bore ns Minister of
Financo than as au agent to Italy
to secure Italian labor. When it
corner, to tbo matter of labor 1
would say that, sine it is now a
matter of froe labor, by nil means
procure such labor of pissibb'.
Sotneono olso cou'd take Mr. D i
mon's placo and be could come
back here to attend to his duties
P. C Joues L am no longer
connected with tbo Planters As
sociation but, of course, I am in-turt-hted
in what iutorests them.
When Mr. Damon went to Italy
1 supposed it was to prncuro freo
labor. I did not thiuk ho intend
to try for coutrnct labor. 1 sup
posed further that bo was going
ns a private citizen. Freo labor
Us tho only thing we can have
hero in tbo futuro.
E. D. Tonnoy I have not
thought much of the mattor. I
suppose if Mr. Damon wauts to
go on to Italy in an official capa
city bo cau. He is paying his owu
expenses. I have not studied the
situation carefully yet aud cannot
thoroforo oxpreBS much of au
Special Agent Sewall when ask
ed concorning Minister Damon's
mission said, "I bavo always folt
that if contract labor wero to bo
continued, it would bo much bet
tor to bavo wbito labor than Asia
tic. If Americans cannot be ob
tained, Europeans uro tbo next
best. I was sorry to lobr.ii of tho
decision on Minister Damon's
F. A. Sohaefer I think it is
tho best thing for Mr. Daraou to
continuo right on bis mission to
Italy. It would bo foolish to have
him como baok now. Lot him
find out tbo present attitude of
tbo Italian Government and then
lot him sond back communications
to Honolulu. It will bo timo
onough thon to como to somo de
cision in tbo matter. It makos
no difforonco what Mr. Damon's
orders aro from tho United States
Govornment. It will certainly do
no barm to find out tbo stato of
affairs in Italy in regard to labor.
Mr. Damon need onter into no ne
gotiations until bo boars from
Called Aboard Newark.
President Dolo and Ministor
Mott Smith made h oall on Cap
tain McOalla of tbo U. 8. Cruisor
Newark at 11 o'olook this fore
noon, romaining aboard for somo
Alexander Ytmug was appoint
ed Minister of tho Interior this
SAMOA BEING DISCUSSED
Berlin, Oct. 18. Bnrou Spook
von Sternberg, GeVmnu member
rt il.A U . An . I In a.l ... rt. I 11 nn.il
a prolonged visit to the Uuited
States Embassy today. After tho
Commissioner bad withdrawn,
Uuited States Ambassador Wbito
said to a representative of tbo As
" Tbo work of tin Joint Com
mission m been tho-oughly well
done. Not only has it ncompliih
ed tho restoration of police in the
itilauds but it has removed all ill
feeling bntweou Berlin, Londou
and Washington, thus paving tho
way for more permanent nrraugo
mouts by tbo Powers concerned.
" Negotiations have now bein
eet on foot which doubtless will
result in an arrnugemeut iuauring
peaco in the islands and safe
guarding tho iutmsts of the three
" Of tho exact nature of tho pro
posals, it is yot too oarly to Bp-'nk
All I should say is that tho dis
cussion is proceeding in tho be6t
" We c.ino to a sit li-mout with
Germany a year ago nbout the on
ly questions concerning South
Africa, in which German internals
could be a (To ft od and we monn to
nil hero to it, and exppct Germany
to do the Bamo."
Crurliy n the Anininl.
.. German living elx milos from
town was arrested this morning
by Humane Oiiicor Apuia ou tho
otiargo of cruelty to animals. He
was driving a poor white horse
that looked ns if ho was unable to
Htnnd end, bpsules himeelf, there
was n ninety pouud hog iu the
enrt A inhbor coat was put ovor
tbo auimal and buckled down "to
hi to his lino points" ns Judge
Wilcox remarked. In tho Police
Court to day defendant was fined
S-1 ami costs and told to lend his
IVVIWVIIBVT I'Oll UINOIt.
Mn. I. It. Buiinh, Bishop's Hank,
Manager of Tho Providont
Savings Lifo Ashuranco Co.,
of Now York.
Dear Sir: Tho ton and fifteen
year endowments policies for my
three sons, for forty five thousand
dollnrs from your Oompnny deliv
ered by you aro eminently sntis
factory, nud I commend tho forms
issued by your Comynny to nil
Yours very sincerely,
Maiuc P. ltOMNHON.
Tboro will bo a vory important
meeting of tho Kamohamohn
Alumiui Association at 7:3 ' o'clock
this oveuing. Every t momber is
requostcd to bo present. The
business ou band is tho making
of nrraugomonts for tho opening
of tho club houso which will tako
place on Foundor'a Day, Decern
tier li). Tho furniture is to be
b night bore aud will bo installed
in the near futuro.
For San Francisco, per O. S.
S. Australia, O-t. 31. 1) Million,
J Hardy, Ed Felb, M do lloco,
Oscar Norfleot, Mies 13 Follz,
Miss M Marshall, U G Lonsdale,
Mrs Lonsdale, J WilliniuB, E M
Boll, Miss Sheridan, Mrs W H H
Hamilton, W H Lowdou, A Frio,
dontbal, Miss Colomau, Miss
Chandler, Miss MoPhorson, W B
McLean, E A Frnser, R D Emory,
D J Itogors, Mrs M Kennedy,
Miss Lowdon, Frank Curtis, F L
Hoogs, Clay Clement, J E Craw,
Miss Clay Olomont, Mies E
Thompson, It H Pratt and wife.
Miss Eastwood and wife, Miss J
A 8bearn, Mrs L P Molntyro, J
E Alexander, W Spotswood and
It B Hogaro.
Japanese Sailors Delay in Reporting
Lost In North Atlantic From Ship Ctias. L
Moody -Captain Wocdslde's Story -White
Man Equals Thrco Japs.
Tho ollicinl log of the ship
Chaa. E Moody, which nrrived,
after n long vovngo from Norfolk
by wny of Cape of Good Hope,
yristerdnj, records the loss nt sen
on the 10th of May of one of tho
seamen, Adolph Picket t.
Captain Woodnide, when eceu
by h Bullehn reporter, related
tbo following: ' We Mt Noifolk
ou April 25 with a crew composed
almost entirely of Japauoio who
had sign d ou as nbln seamen
but who in fact vui.u
nearly allgteeu h.iuds. A woiker
nud more stupid lot of fellows' I
never hud anything to do with, it
took three Japaueso to do the
work f one whit man. On May
13th, dining tbo night, Adolph
Pickert went out on the jib boom
with threo Jiipanoio to furl the
jibs; the weather was fair and wo
were not sailing very fast; about
twenty t.iuutcs wns ocoupied ou
tho iitl.linnm hefnrri llw llinw.
Japanese returned to their foio-
oasue nni reported tne wlnto
"To bn nnrn llin wliiln mnn lin.l
fallen ovorboatd shortly after go
ing out ou tho iib-booiii. hut tint
Jupanoso fiuislind stowing tbo
sans iisiore mey d oraeil it ueces-
8urv to iivn nnv uliirin. Tim mnn
could uot swim cud it would bavo
lieen impossible to roscuo him.
Xo! I do not think tlinrn ivnu
foul piny iu nuy way on tha part
of the Jap mode, yet I counot Bay
ror uow am x to Know.
Certninly th fact of thu threo
not oilliug out whon the white
man went nverhrmrd lnnl.'n n little
Mi-i)icimi, but I am more iucliu-
hi 10 iny it to tneir extreme
Otfnlur Milp orl.
Ill naval row ship Charlej E.
Moody, Captain Woodside, 191
days from Not fork with coal for
tho Ucited Stntiis Navy, now lies
awaiting a bo.t. Tho Moody
came by tha wny of tbo Capo of
After Capo St. Iloguo was pass
ed, on the way South, westerly
winds and fair sailings were foiud
by way of Cape of Good Hope
and thiB couho was decided upon.
Tho Moody was considerably
ovurduo and re-insuranco on the
ship wont up 50 per cont iu San
Fruucisco last week.
Vtilr Ncwuru'a Muveiiirnlf.
The Newark will not proceed
to Manila tomorrow ns recently
announced Sho will begin tak
ing on coal Monday ami will re
main in port four or live days
after that date.
LauuchcB ar now ruuning re
gularly to and from the Newark,
b'ollowiug nre tho hours of 1 av
ing the lauditig: G:0J, 7:3). 0:00.
10:30 and 11:15 n. m.; 1:15, 3:00,
5:30 and 7:1G p. m.
From Tiiiritiicr, Kvnlucky.
John A. Walcon, one of tbo
discharged soldiers from tho
Philippines, arriving on tho trans
port Ohio, rosumes his journey
homo ou tbo Australia on Tuesday
next. Walton U still suffering
from the effects of tho climato iu
the Philippines; ho was formerly
Sorgoant iu Co D, of tho 9th Iu
fnntry, U. 8. A., hails from Tom
porance, Kentucky nud has boon
in tho sorvico nearly 7 yoara.
Kliirrlfil vi, 8iiitl,
Tho cricket match botweon tho
"Marriod" and "Singles," post
poned from last weok will tnko
placo tomorrow nt tha regular
time nud place.
Judge Perry Donles Tramways Co.'s
Motion to Dissolve.
John Phillip's Estate Estates of Strow a
Svlva SmnggllDg Case Appealed En
Judgo Perry bus donied de
fendants raotiou to dissolvo tbo
tempornry iujunciion issued nt
tbo instance of Thos. It. South
wick ngainst tho Hawaiian Trnm
ways Co. Tho standing of the
petitioner ns a shareholder of tho
Company bns "W been touched
upon by the Court nor bns tho
part of tho motion to dismiss ex
cepted to by plaintiffs ns "scanda
lous aud impertinent" beon notic
el iu the decision.
'tho caso of tho probntn of the
will of tho lato John Phillips
wns up beforo Judgo Porry this
morning and- Archie GilOllnu
wns nppoiuted temporary admin
istrator with bonds tixtd iu tho
sum of 810,000. He is given per
mission to continuo and manage
the present business of tlio eotnto
undor the directiou and control
of the Court.
In the estate of Strow, J. S.
Walker was nonointod ml mini,.
tintor uuder a jioud of S3000.
Tho petition to sell property be
longing to tho ostnto of A. K.
Sylva was allowed by Judgo Porry
luesatn will tnko plac utiloss
within n wool: the heirs nav thu
debtn standiii'- ngninst it.
luo caso of J. U. Cobeu chnrged
with omuggliug has beeu nppenlrd.
The Circuit Court Clerk is tho
roct'ipiont of thrno ennvings of
tho Supreme Beuoh nt Oiiba, Su
nrnrao Boouh of lthod Inland
aud Sun re me Beneb of Cinnnii
cult. The platea nre copies of en
gravings to On u'il in a publica
tion en'itled the Supreme Courts
of tho StntcB and Territories of
iNorth American of which Clark
Cell of Now York is tho compilor.
Liquor n WhIhUiii,
Deputy Sheriff Fa'jeuf ot Ewa ,
iii getting nfter tbo vinUtnru nf ,
tho law in the matter of illicit li
quor Belling. A couple of days
ago Ah Suu was nrreated at Uo
linuliuli on the cbnrnn nf Kollinrr
liipior without a license Ono
caso was nollo pros'd nnd defen
dant wns fluid S100 and coats on
Thij morning thoDeputy Sheriff
came to town with E. Bailey in
his chaigo. Hailoy is from Ewa
and tho charge ngaiuxt him ia n-i-sault
aud battery on a Portuguese,
Barley by name.
At Iudeppndonce Park this
jveniug will be decided wbochsll
achieve victory nnd who sustain
defeat in tbogrent boxing contest.
Tho Tramway Company will run
special cars to and from tho pavil
lion, th- carnival starting nt 8 p.
m. Evory nrrnngoraent has beon
ma'o for tho comfort of sight
seers. Tickets can bo obtained nt
Wall, Nichols Co.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoo
Uaptam Johnson of the bark S. fj
C. Allen is looking for a first mate
as ins lormer chief officer his broth
er, AnJrew Johnson, U to be cap
tain of the bark McNear. Captain
Johnson of the Allen said this
morning: "The bark McNear has
been sold to Caplaln GoJfrey and
H. Hackfeld and Compiny and
sills for Nnnaimo, It. C, sjmctlme
next week to load coal for Honolu- ei
In. 1 do not know the price for v
which the McNear was sold."
Captain Godfrey said: "We
will tell you all about It when the
deal Is closed, I don't know any
thing about Hackfeld's connection
with the proposition."
H. HackMd nnd Co. did not
know .-invth'ng about the affair.
Former Captain Peterson of the
McNear goes to ( San Francisco In
the near future. The vessel Is al
ready to sail and Is in splendid con
dition. CLEMENT'S LAST NIGHT
Tomorrow night in the Inst up
peuranoe of Clay Clement iu Ho
nolulu. The piece to bo given in
"Hamlet " Th Detroit Dramatic
Critic i-ays of Clay Clement's
drain at it) power.
"Mr. Clay Clomnt came to tho
Lyceum last Tuesday evening, un
heralded by loud mouthed press
agents and Hiring potters, eutiro
ly unknown to tho theater loving
people of the city. Ho opened his
ouKitgomeut in "Tbo Balls' ton
t-mnlt audience, mauy of whom
woro thon on p-tssi's. Wednes
day morning tho young tragedian
awoke to find hiiiinulf ruinous in z
night. Detroit is one of the first
large cities in which ho has ap
peared a a star, aud his recep
tion should bo a source of much
satisfaction to himself and his
managers, proving as it does, tho
fact, that his bucC"S hs a player
with legitimate aspirations is as
sured by th warm widoom given
him hero. Mr. Clomont, although
a young man, gives evident' by
liis work, of suporior ability,
coupled with much lwd study.
Tbo crudilio often doleoted in tho
work ot so joung an actor in
Shakopnarean rop, are not lound
in Mr. Clement's characteriza
tions Tho man is a student, sub
tle, magnetic nud powurful, bis
work proved n rrvdatiou t even
thoso who wero led to oxpect much
from him. Tho boroio p ising of
many tragedians aro wanting in
Mr. Clement; be uover rants or
struts ubout tin stage with bond
swung baok aud voico iu tho fiies,
but is always the character ho
would portray. Tbero is room on
tho stago today for a man who
would follow in the footsteps of
Booth, of Barrett and of Irving.
If I mistake uot Clay Clomont is
tho coming man iu the characters
which thoso great artUta bavo
mndn famous. When years Hhall
have pissed and tin studont be
comes the master, Clay Oloment
will bo tho loading Shnkespenro
nn intor of this day."
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye,
Ear, Throat nnd Noho disease,' anil
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Co., Fort St.. Sign of tho Big Shoo.