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?. "I believe In Advert
Wo never could maUe spe
cial publications, posters or
signs pay In nny sort of com
parison tv ttli regular newspa
per advertising. (llml)cl
'says Sir rhomasJLf. Llpt'on. "It
I J tho llfcblood of v modern
trade. llvorybody reads," ho
continues In n lato Inter low,
"and bu)lng newspaper space
Is the best Investment any
merchant can make after a
selection Is "made of goods and
the prices uro mudo right."
USINO BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Vol. XL No. 1980.
HONOLULU, TERK1TOHY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY OCTOBER Jfl) 1901
Puioe 5 Oentb.
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How George Robertson
Earned His First
BREWER & CO's MANAGER
A GOOD BOY AT FIFTEEN
Worked for Six Months for No Salary
Was Remembered on His
Birthday Is Now
Thirty-two cars ngii today George
itobcrtsoo was paid the first money he
TUT earned. At that time he had Icon
working for C. Ilrewer ic Co. for .ihotil
fclx months-as offlcc hoy. Today hj ll
celebrating his forty-seventh birthday
nnd Is manager of the great firm which
for to many years ho has faithfully
served In all capacities from Ills flist
I fjultioii to his present.
When Master dcorgc Kobeitsou
went to work for C. Brewer & Co. he
wr.s not promised any salary but wni
taken lu to mako himself gonoiullv
useful. He worked for nbout six
months nnd made friends and gained
the esteem of his employers nnd fellow
workers. One day It came his birthday
nnd Master George went to the head of
tho firm to ask If he might be per
mitted to have part of the afternoon to
himself, as his mother had prepare!
a Utile party to celebrate his flflrcstlr
uniitvcrsary. Permission was given
rim to remain bway but before hu lfifi
tin- olllre he was requested to step Into
the private offlcc of tho firm, vvhare
tie was met nythe chief officers vho
en their part had prepared n little
suiprlso for him. As he relates It
when he arrived in the room hu did
not know but that ho was going lo be
discharged for 'nskfng for the h illday
and he was greatly surprised by being
presented with an envelope directed
He wus congratulated on hivln.
i cached his fifteenth milestone In life's
ince and admonished to continue at
v.ijh In tho way ho had been going.
He was then excused and started for
home, flntsldo tho office ho opened Ml
letter which was ns follows:
Honolulu, Oct. 2!. I SCI,
Dear Georgo: You aro nlmott h man
now and guod boys make good men
Al'v.ijf be ns hnnct, respectful and
careful as you have iieen nnd ou will
incited whether with us or elsewhere.
You will receive tbo cneck heicwlth
with the assurance of our fiicmlshlp,
c. imi:vi:n & co.
.The "check herewith" w.is .in c,rder
on Bishop & Co, banker), to pay to
Matter Ocorgo Ilobertson or bearer
1100. In those days that sum of ino;i
f) looked llko an immenso fortune to
the lad and ho wanted the. linn to tiko
Mime of It back, 'as he thought It was
too much for him.
The Tetter and check aro two o the
dearest possessions now in Manager
Hobertson'a hnnds and ho Is Justly
pi oud of them. That he has not fallen
short of tho happy future and success
ful career predicted for him Is attested
by tho great confidence still reposed
In him by the firm of whtih ha Is now
OCEANIC MM CONTRACT
Wellington, N. Z., Oct. IS. Tho New
Zealand Houso of Representatives has
b cu discussing a modification of the
San 1'ranctsco mall service). A largo
button strongly opposed a renewal of
the subsidy because Amorlcan naviga
tion laws are antagonistic to British
shipping. Kvcntually, however, by a
majority of soven, tho contruct wnu re
newed, but for olght months only. In
stead of throo years.
Kvcrybody knows that
Collego Hills, with Its line
air, good views, water bup
.ply, car servleo and good
neighborhood is Honolulu's
Hut not overyono realizes
that College Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
thoso In the hot, low lying
district, with no vlow or car
A thlrd-of-an aero lot for
$900 Is only 6 tents per
Ea3y terms, too. Consult
the Sales Agents.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
WILL GBT NO SUGAR.
, The Mir freight steamer American,
Cnpt, Morrison, has nrrlvcd In 8a
Francisco, 72 day from How York.'
Tho vessel has a large cargo and wilt
come here direct from San Francisco to
discharge her Hawaiian cargo. Bhs
should arrive here bout the 8th ff
November as she n to have left Hin
Trauclico for this port today.
From Honolulu slu will go to the
Hound to con; rnd tale half a cargo of
ease salmon. She will then go to Ran
Francisco (o complete her cargp "consisting-
of canned Rood ind wine.
From S.tn Frevl-Uco pr' will sail di
rect for New Ygrk or probably London.
At this time It is impossible to give
her n t.ugnr rarto froin (Ills port ho tho
other urrangeimnts were made.
HAS MADE CHf AP RAT
GLOBE NAVIGATION CO.
IS IN HERE TO STAY
Regular Monthly Trips of Seattle
Steamers Arranged for
Quick Service Promised
at Low Co3t.
The Globe Navigation Company 'of
Seattle Is here to stay. Now that the
steamers are all on tho Coast sailing
dates have been arranged and the
steamers of the firm wilt call hero
once u mouth, They nro to leave So
attle on tho 10th of each month In fu
ture, the next vessel will be tho, Tarn
pleo leaving on November 10.
Manager I.. 12. Heche who has been
here now about two weeks U meeting
with n good siiccci In his business
and Is offering Indue eniehts to shippers
which tiiunot be overlooked. The new
n.tc made Is hj far cheaper thin the
rate from San Francisco 'nnd I'nstcrn
fielght by way of Seattle can b land
ed here fur a dollar and n quarter iv
ton less than by steamer from San
Francisco nnd us (heap ns by sailing
vessel In Bhorter time.
From letters "received In the Holaco
yesterday It Is learned that a full cargo
lias be-en secured for tho next two ves
sels alreatl). They will botiibo fitted
with cold storuge npnrtuicmu and am
of greater carrying capacity than the
Meteor lately here.
The vessels are remarkably cheap o
operate and in their coal consumption
make u great saving. In this regard
they are eminently proper boats for tho
trade. Their crcwH are small and the
whole expenso of running ono of the
vessels Is considerably less than the
expense of running cither the klnau
Claudlnc or Manna Txa.
With good cargoes down It will not
be nccessarj for the boats to get re
turn cargo but of course tb's latter Is
to be looked after and obtnl-ied It pos
sible. Washington. Oct. 20. Miss Isabel
Hagner, daughter of Dr. Charles II.
Hagner of this city, is tnu tirm nppoln
tco to the unique oltlce of social secru'
tnry of Mrs. Uoosuelt. Mian Hagner
Is eminently fitted for this position.
Shu has for thu pust throe or four
years been the recognucd authority
on all social forms nud conventions.
She has mndn n profound study of thu
laws of etiquette uud sho bringH to
her work the experience) gained by act
ing In a similar capacity for Mis. Hay,
wile of the -Secretary of Statu; Mrs.
uuoi, iwie -in ine occrcmry ui vvur;
Mrs. Charli s Kmory Smith, wilo of the
rnutmaster neutral; Mrs. Hanun and
Miss fnuldlng, niece or Senator lw
pew. Ah tho social secretary of Mrs. Itoos
ovelt, Miss Hagucm duties will bu ar
duous and various, Uesldes keeping
up the large privnte correspondence
she will supervise all the details of the
stat" functions. Hhn will know thu
tittle private enmities and animosities
which often embarrass hospitable oc
casions, und It will he her tasit to ar
range) the functions with a view to
A ruvlsion of the guest list will ho
cnnllded to her, and this alone Is uo
light duty. The unollldal functions at
the White House probubl) outnumber
thu official events. Mlna Alice Itooso
volt's debut and the entertainment glv
en especially for her will bo under
Miss Hngner's direction and ii will ha
her duty to name the young women
figuring In nflUlal und resident society
who aro entitled to invitations from
the I'resldent's dtiughtcT.
' PKto In Your Hot.
He nho knows not, and knows not
that he knows not. Is u fool; avoid
Ho who ltnowB not, und knows that
he knows not, Is simple; teach lilm.
Ho who knows, uud knows not that
be knows, Is asleep; wake lilm
Hut ho who knows, nnd knows thai
he knows, Is a wlso man; follow him
Henry Dltkens, son of tho novelist,
with his two daughters, the MIssci
i:laino und Ollvo Dickens, recently ar
rived In this country by way of Que
bec. They arc ut present the guests ot
Miss Clcrtrudo Kellogg and Miss Fanny
Kellogg of Ilroklyn, at their home,
Kal I.och, at Port Kent, on the shores
of I.alco Champltiln.
rat mi mii
T. McCants Stewart Now
Invokes Order of
THOMAS FITCH REVIEWS
REPORT OF MONSARRAT
He Represents that Henry Smith's
Dealing With Holt's Peremp .
tory, Oppressive $and
At the instance and on the nllldavil
of T. MeCuuts fitewnrt, an order ns
lcn Issued by Judge Hear, citing J.
A. Mngooii to appear on Friday morn
ing nnd show cause why hn should not
pay Into court u certain sum of money
Improperly withdraw u from the- cus
tod) of the court, It being thu share of
1 nomas 11. dimming In the istutu of
the late Wm. II. CuminlngN.
Thomas Fitch, attorney for J. It.
Holt und .1. 1). Holt, has tiled a brief ou
the repoit of J. M. Monxarrat, master,
In the mutter of the estate of Itobert
YV. Holt, decease d. He goes Into the,'
figures and sus:
"Assuming the entire nictimcy of
Mr. Monsarrnt's report, tho fact ru
mains that according to Mr. Cart-
wright's own statement he paid to thu
Holts between September 1, 180'l, und
June 1J, 1B0O. j:'UI.T0 inor than their
Income, and mure than he hud any
u a mint of law tor paying."
In conclusion he submits "that the
puimptor), offensive and unauthorli
rd method adopted by Mr. Smith of
rolUrting the improvident loans mudo
b) his pirdtccssor, ought not to bo up
pi uvid ( by this court," und suggests
tint If 'the debt Is to be collected In
th way It should bo extended over
period or revcral years.
Hole it Cntton, defendant lu the
Fowler ugcuiy controversy, replies to
the demand of plnlntlrf Tor admission,
den lug everything excepting that he
deducted ftom motif) s of John Fowltr
& Co. in his hands and retains the
amount, "Clutch forks, f 101.70."
Hamnmoto has brought an equity
suit for accounting ugulnst Segetn, his
partner lu the livery stable business.
F. M, Ilrooks Is attorney for plaintiff.
William Davis, Indicted by thu Tcr
rltorlal (Irand Jury for nssatuc with
deadly weapon, by his attorney. T. Met
Cants Stewart, hns tiled a motion to;
an order directing the Attorney fieu
cral to furnish him with n copy ol ,1k1
mluutes of the Brand Jury relitlng le
his ease. Tlrls it bused on his nindav
It, In which hu declaies that ono or
the witnesses examined, namely M. A.
Iloblnson, "has stated that this defend
ant did not Uro his revolver nl the
ume bo is clinrged with having com
mitted an assault with u deadly veap
To Kelt Confidon'M ISuhIiichh.
Judge ('.car bus made an order mt
tborlztng Charles I'hllllpH, nd'iilnlstrit
tor, to sell thu stock of the wine nnd
liquor business, together vvltu the
icnrebold connected therewith, belong,
lug to the estate of thu Intel ll.nry
longdou, The saki will hn at auctlQu
nnd the terms cuth In C'lhi colli
VCNTURA SAILS TODAY.
Tho stcumcr Ventura from the Colo
nies wus sighted off to tho southard
sboitly before 1 o clock this afternoon.
The vcsxcl should bo ulongsido tho
Oceanic whurf, b .1 o'clock und will
be given the quickest dispatch possible.
An effort will bo made to get her away
for San Francisco early this evening.
Many passengers are hooked to Icavo
lu her for the Coast.
MAHU AND SONOMA.
Ihu steamer America Mnru should
Hi rive fioin Sun Frumlsco this nfter
poon. At 3 o'clock If she left an time
she will bo nut Just six das. Tbo So
noma was to have left San Francisco
at 10 o'clock on tho 24th Inst, and will
not bu In before tomorrow morning
unless pushed hard. At noon today It
Shu left on time she was out five days.
T. W. Hobron and family leave In
the Claudlnc for Muil this afternoon.
WELLS, FARGO SCO's
On anj After November 1st,
the agency for WCLLK,
I'AKCO IV CO'k nXPKHKK
will be in the office of the
UNION EXPRESS COMPANY,
ISO King Street.
TEI.GIMIONB H.MN 86.
iMii ir mm
HE ADVISES AlbsoLUTION.
A. Gar'vlo answers for himself tho
bill for dissolution of co-pnitttershtp
of W. F. C. Hassoo tgalnst V. II. I'al.i
nnd others, lid signed tho agreement
but leaves it to the Court whether It
constituted a co-partnership. Also ho
subscribed for ten shares; In tbo I'ala-
wal Association, of the value of ouc
thousand dollars, and pale) the trca
tircr five hundred dollars, but is Ignor
ant as to whether or not 'jnder the
agreement any further sum Is J tie by
him to the association, and is wltliiin
to abide by such order aa the court
may make on tho trial. Finally, Mr
llanlo Is Informed and doIIov.k that
the association ll largely Indebted
and that it would be for the best In
terests of the association chat 1' lie
THE lill II
CONTROVERSY S STRONG
IN HAGEY CURE CASE
Hudson Makes Argument at Length
to Show that Juror Fernandez
Did Not Spoil
T. M, Harrison, with his counsel,
Itobcrtson & Wilder, has tiled a leng
thy memorandum on thu tuotlon for
a nuw trial offered by J. A. Magoou
and others, di fendanls, to his stilt for
money claimed iih owing pa him by tho
local Hngey Cure Company.
Thu plaintiff never claimed, so he
snvs, that the) Hngay gold cure would
not euro alcoholism, although he did
think that tho deceit necessary to car
ry ou thu business was a ground or
tenson for such a business to bu un
satisfactory to oue obliged by contract
lo conduct It, Why Juror Fernando
should he more prejudiced against the
gold euro business when he found that
bo himself had been deceived, than hu
would hn If hu hud only learned that
others hud been so deceived. 1b some
thing elerendnntH hail failed to show.
Hut oven If Fernandez hud formed a
prejudice ngalnst thu Hagcy gold euro
business nnd this were made apparent
at the exnmlnailou of Jurors under
oath at thu drawing of a jury to try
the case, that by Itself would hot be
sulUileiit to disqualify lilm ns a Juror
It ho had no prejudice against nny of
the turtles to thu action, oven tbotign
the easu related lu thu Hagcy cur
There might be other grounds ol
dissatisfaction on thu part of plaintiff
with the partnership business In Tas
mania thun thu financial results of tho
tho Jury have been Impaneled, tho ovl-'
rti-ncei heard and the verdict nrrlvcd
Ot. though not published. It Is loo Jatu
tor defendant to nil an objection
wllleti ullh linn illlliren,.,! thnv iiiIkM
wnicn witn iiiio illllgenco they might
have discovered ut tho examination of
juror. Ou that occasion Fcrnnndez
testified. In response to n question by
thu plaintiff, that hu kuuw of no cause
why hu could not give u fair nnd Im
partial verdict. Thu d fetiunnts eon
scqucntly are obliged to prove this tos
linony false before they can obtain
a now trial on tic count of his being
Authorities cited In argument are
then reviewed by plaintiff, to show
their true relation to this ense. "The
authorities quoted by thu defendants
nil relate) to cases where the objection
to the Juror vvns taken before the Jury
urn Impaneled nnd before tho evi
dence) w-uh In, or eM to .cases where
tbo cause of illsquullfleutlon utoso dur
ing thu trial, as In the case of thu but
of a necktie during thu trial."
Other observations made are given
In full below:
"If Fernandez Is disqualified as a
juror, then anyone who has been vac
cinated In disqualified to try n rase
where vaccination la objected to
"Or a person who thinks the liquor
business Injurious to thu State is tin
fit to try a eviso In which n violation
ot tho liquor law It In question, though
the contrary ban been held in the nu
merous eases nlready referred,
"It has further been held that a man
who thinks the newspapers are in tho
liublt of making rash nnd libelous
statements Is still competent to try
a libel case when he) says he dooi
not have any prejudice against the par
ty tried nnd can give thorn a fair nnd
In conclusion It Is alleged as proved
by tho evidence of A. V. Clear that
the defendant Magoon know of Fer
nandez' taking of tho Hagcy cure at
thu time ami. as Magoon acted ns
counsel In this case, therefore it could
not be said defendants were Ignorant
on that fact at the examination of Jur
ors under oath
Arthur M. Drown, former Marshal
ol tho Itopublic of Hawaii, by his at
torneys, itoltertson & wilder, tiles a
general denial to tho complaint of tori
of O. F. (louvola and wire against him
sc ir and T. It. Walker, T. .May and J.
Ushorne, trustees of the Dplscopal
Hear Admiral Dvans Informally tail
ed on Governor Dole at the Capitol
this morning. A salute was fired In
honor pf the Hear Admiral bj the na
Chinese claims aro engaging tho at
tention of tho Fire Claims Commission
this week. Ah with tho Japanese
claims, those of the Chlneso nro In
good shape from consular action.
Telephone) the rVBNINO IllII.Li:-
TIN. Mulii T.V If vntl hnve linnl.a in hn
Nnade, printing to be done, etc., etc..
and wo will rail. Wo havo men that
kuow their business for that purpose
liiinlnftH. nml If ilrtnfinntM InnnuhL : ..
nersonn! knowledge of the business "'. '"""', " ",7 , , "t'"1",I ea'!
would prejiidlc. a juror they should ' ",JT iV. i.Vj,,a ,H r,,,c,0nlV,,,
a? 'ut'- v" i? -Hi.'cSLi'r.rjcx.r'n'r
uuu nit it irrinvuai nuvnivuKfi iiuui i
They Object to Action of
NATIVES SAY THEY HAVE
THEIR EYES WIDE OPEN
And Can Therefore Act in a Much
More Intelligent Mannner-
A Few Speak Their
From tho standpoint of voting Ha
vvallims who hnve militated themselves
With tho ltenubllcan tiartv lor the
simple reason that they believed that
party to sum up their Ideal of what
mlr-deallng in politics should he. the
action of the Kcpuhllcaii Territorial
Committee at Its meeting in ucailauai
tcrs jesterclay afternoon was tn tho
nature of n death blow to all future
support fpom thu natives. It hns dealt
lo llnwaliaus a blow trom which they
win never tetovcr a blow winch coni'
bines both disappointment and cha
grin, llnwntlans were very well rep'
resented In the Kepiibllean party at
the memorable fight ot Inst fall. They
were among the tduunchest supporters
Oi tho party. Since- that time. Hawaii
ans. nnd young llawailaus particularly,
nave been slcnllvlne their intention ot
joining the Itepiibllenu party and of
eliminating therefrom, by tho tone
ot their vote, all elements that have
heretofore proved detrimental both to
tho interests of tne party and to tho
we Hare ol tho people of the 'territory
11 yesterday afternoon's action of
tho Uepiibllenii Territorial Committee,
tho atmosphere was cleared ot all dar,
clouds or doubt, und today the Hawaii
ans stand together with a complete un
derstanding of what the must do In
older that there shall hu looidumtt
support in favor of a government of
the people, b ttio peopleaud for the
people. There has been au unveiling
or the statue, as It were, by means ot
which there stunds before all Hawaii
nns the truth as ll exists No longer
will hesitancy pievnll; no longer will
tltero bu doubt. There Is hut ono
course for thu llawailaus to pursue,
nnd lollow It they will now, come what
Deprived of representation ou the
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J !l '"" J 'f,i"llT,?"n.n ?'""
' "UW "" a Ul"' " -! Our Clip
r .i.,rn, . .,, ... ,. ,,, .'
or bitterness In U. v la (,! ,
no longer. To them, tho action ol
jesterclay meiuis '"Inps" to nil luture
hope or lecogiiltlou In the Itepublican
I'any. It is thu end. They must do
now what they can Tor themselves,
looking, to neither one side nor tho
other, but working not tor tho "wol
inro or the party, but for the welfare
of the people-.
All this Is gleaned from the sentl
me-ntB expressed In muuv ciuarters to
day by young Hawaiian Itepiiblleans
sinuncii supporters or the Itepubllenn
t'nrty nnd men who at thu Inst election
stood by thnt party In n mamer that
would hnve surprised politicians who
nave neeu at tne helm ol politics fot
years anil years young men of educa
tion who, when they saw Hawaii in
clanger of annexation, cnteied their
most strenuous objection, but who,
when they saw that such n consunr
matlon was liejond -ontrol, entered
unreservedly Into tho spirit of Ameri
can rule, swenrlng to uphold tho Stars
and Stripes, come whatever might, und
to stand Iojal 10 that flag as the sum
fotul of freedom.
Uy tho action of the Tcrtltorlal Com
mltteo yesterday, llawailaus nro con
vinced that theie must bu a radical
change In thu conduct of tho party hit
fere they can uvcr again consent to
work in Its interests. Theru must be
a recognition of the voice of tho peo
ple. There must hu a breaking down
ot what the party should seek most
nsslduoiisly to avoid the private In
terest of n few. There must, In other
woids, bu n i lennslng of tho party lin
en. What they will do in the Interim
Is not very leur Just jet, for the blow
has been so sudden and unexpected
Hint recovery from Its efforts Is first
neccBsniy before thero shall bo any
Ono of the Hawaiian Itepiiblleans
seen this mo mini; said: "Tho Fifth
District sent n recommendation to tho
Territorial Committee asking that
John C. 1-une, a young Hawaiian of
good standing and unquestioned fol
lowing, tie elected a member or tho
Central Committee. What did tho
Territorial Commlttco do after It bad
smashed beyond nil recall, tho positive
The Merchants' Tared Deliver)
Delivers pickhges to nny
pirt of tho city for 10c up
wards, Try tnem, Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped o
all parts or tho Uulted
Stntes and Huropo.
Ofllco, 1017 Ilotbel St,.
opposite Honolulu Market.
dictates of the Republican convention
ol last fall? It simply Ignored tho
wish of the Filth District and put In
n man well known to represent Inter-
cits antagonistic to tne wcltare of Ha
waii at large J. A. Oilman. Was Oil
man rei ommended by any body of llu-
publicans, be such body ever so small,
vino Oilman s name ever received wltn
applause or even approval by any col
lec-ilon of Itepubllcaus savo those rep
tesentlng certain Interests? Do )ou
think tor oue moment that we can
stand calmly by and scu the Interests
of the Filth District trampled tindei
root In such n manner7 I tlo not wlal
to hu called thu author of a threat, bu.
1 siate to you right now that tho Ite
puhllcan vote trom tue 1 Ittti Dtstrlc
will be extremely small at tho ncx
election. An avenging hand will bi
held up over the district and It wli
descend with the swiftness and de
stroying power or forked lightning."
Another Hawaiian Republican, vvhei
at-ked what ho had to say, simply sml
el nnd snld: "I told you so, All lit.
wallnns Imvu been eliminated from
tbo Ccntrnl Committee. It Is tho gam
Still another said: "Hawallanr
photild not despair. Thciu is rlenty
of room left for good bard work, nnc
we can perhaps Mork moro effectively,
now that we know on Just what quick
m.nils we are Standing. 1 have nn Idea
that yesterdays action by tho Itcptib
Mean Territorial Committee will do
tnni'o tn cement Ilawnilans together In
an honest effort to work for ihu we I
tare or the people) .than anything that
has happened since 'the change came
tj Hnwiill I think we have cause to
congratulate out selves, ,for thnt Initial
wool lias been currlcxl down from our
eves and given tin again a clear vision
ntul perhaps a little bit4 of s'ciond
These opinions and countless others
rati lie heard ou all sides today. The
felling is very strong but, llko many
other Instances of the kluil, this feel
ing will undoubtedly utile Itself down
into (aim. cool thought which will un
doubtedly bear fruit.
GOVERNOR DOLE NAMES
The Niae to Nominate the General
Cjmcittee of FiftyLiberal
Representation of Foreign
Aceciidlng to vote of the previous
meeting, the (low i nor wns to be a
member of the executive committee.
With his nomination of elcht men.
herefore. the committee stands thus:
JOHN A. MCANUMISS.
F. A. SCIIAKFUIt.
J. (I. HOTIlWDI.l
("HAS. M COOK1..
ituv. w. ii. w i:sti:uvi:lt.
T. C1.1VIJ DAMKS.
K. J. IMANISHI.
(iovi:iinok s. He dole.
The personnel contains ronrcscntn-
Hon of Americans of United States
nnd Hawaiian birth, native Hawaiian
Americans, nnd rorelgners or llrltlsh.
icrmnu and Japanese nn ,'ltlea
in one way, nit rorelgners, thiough Mi
Hcliacfer, who Is dean or tho consular
There wns no discussion of plans,
that being left to the general nnd ex
cciitlvn committees. The committee ot
nine was Inset ucted to proceed forth
with to Its business
In response to Governor Dole's cull
there was a gathering in his alike this
forenoon of practically the same per
tons thnt nttended the McKlnley mon
ument committee meeting of ten days
ago. The (lovornor announced tho ex
ecutive committee or nine, which tho
tesolutlnn empowered to elect u gen
eral commltteo ut ftttj This larger
i ociy win deride upon thu torm of a
permnnent memorial of President Me
Killjoy In this Territory,
11.. S-t..l... m.l I ( -i . -
"" ""," r i . V" . coincidence In the fact that Marshal
wm n iV .. ? n?,'? h "'"" Bill a position raado vacant by
vec, .-, ft, . , ,,S', i"?'," t(" 'h" " ' lt8 Pilous occupant,
tvecn KiiIiiiIiiI nnd tho Molohal set I , ,
tlement. Tho llltlu vessel will carry m.-i, i,t ,, , ,, ,
Pol and rice The price psM for h,, S". . a' ?&.&
h undtistood to have been $1750. 'HUl.I.CTIN'S Job Ofllco.
TIIEIIK .vc evcral lumJrcl school
children in Honolulu and must
of the vvlll need a new pair
of school shoes soon.
What we want Is 'n vll all or most
of these shoes, and hive mi je etenlv e
preparations lo thit effect.. We have
whit ve believe to be the best line of
school Miocb in the country in
HAMILTON nml IIUOWN
KCCURITY 8CII00L, xllOli
Tlicynre rrnJeof the very best miter
Ids by rcllible workmen, anJ they're
made 1 1 ttand the vv ear, ..
$2.50 BUYS A PAIR
Manufacturers shoe co.,
1037 PORT 8TCI1T.
Steamers Are to Carry
That Amount to
EW ARRANGEMENTS MADE .
hewers & Co. and Castle & Ccoke
Will Ship bj Sail-Contract
for Two Years
It Is understood on good authority
hat thu contract fur carrjlug sugar
iron! Hawaii to New York for the neit
.wo j-ears has been made between the
iinerlcnn-Ilawallan Steamship Co, and
all the sugar ngeuclcs on the Islands
flipping sugar to the east, except C.
Hrevver & Co. nud Castle & Cooke.
L luler the new contract the terms of
rblcli are the same us to freight rates
is the one Just expired, the sto.imc r
n ill cairy eighty thousand tons of
jugar each jcar. This Is 70 009 tons
.11 excess of the first contract. As wns
announced In tho Uullctln several
months ago there will be n division of
ibo transportation business around thu
Horn, uud llruwcr ft Co. nud Castle &
c'ookc will send their sugar by sailiu
ttisel. For this purpose the line new
American ship Acme under charter to
ihc Standard Oil Co. will come here
fioin Yokohama to load for these two
Qims She Is a splendid new vessel
and capable of carrying about MOO
tons. Derides her the ship Tlllle K.
.-Unrlmck, Ilunallan Isles nnd other
vmeis will be used.
The good records for time of trniu
pcrtntlou and safety ot cargo made bj
the big steamers, now that thcy.urc
rDTintng according to schedule, has
done n great deal to commend their
euiplojinent in tho trade. Their aver
age trips nre les than seventy dajg,
lv-hlle, n culling vessel cannot be dc
pelided to deliver the gouda In less than
ono hundred dajg. Under tbesa ror
lunnitiinrcs the preference has been
given the steamers.
Under the new urraiigcment II.
Hackfehi & Co. T. II. liavles . Co..
Alexander & Ilaldwln, F. A. SchaetTer
& Co , II Watcrbotise & Co. nnd (Irln
baiim L Co aro to patronize the Am-rrlcin-llnwallan
line. This nieirns
that virtually the entlro sugar crop or
Maul for the next two jcars will be
shipped eist and nearly all the sugar
controlled by the agents on tho other
Islands will be sent around tho Horn
On the Island of Maul, Alexander &
Ilaldwln have been appointed agents
tor the American-Hawaiian lino and
thej, of course, will send tho greater
part of their sugar on tho steamers.
Un the strength of the promised rlval
rj between the steamers for the east
cm business both sides went to work
with thu result that the steamer people
have apparently won out and increased
their contract from fifty to eighty thou
sand teuis ot sugar a year.
Flrnt Uooscvclt CnmmlHnlon.
United Stntes Marshal F.ugcno It.
Hendry has tho honor of being the first
olflrlal lu this Territory to recclvo u
commission signed by Thcodoro House
velt, the new President. Tho Presiden
tial sign manual gives tho first name
in full. 1. C. Knox, Attorney General,
trill n I ntiil nn a thi nnmnilDiilnii TlmA lu
ivuuiiieioihito titu euunuiooiuiii tt-iu n
That will please the
Children and Parents
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