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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2L 1001.
Pkick 6 Cents.
BAUAST WAR ON
Prices Been Slashed at
Great Raft By
WHILE COMPETITORS WILL
GET TOGETHER AT ONCE
Three Sided Fight for Patronage
Which is Making Rock Cheaper
Than Dirt The
A ncrco war Is raging on the water
front at tho nrcscnt time. The trouble
is all on account of the prlco of ballast
being supplied to Bhlps leaving here
in a short time, from tho actlvo com'
petition which the trado has brought
about, tho price of ballast delivered
alongside a vessel has gradually uc
creased until now It Is being sold for
about eighty cents a ton. At tho pres
tho present thero are about seventeen
Japanese firms and four or five white
men supplying Bhlps with ballast. The
Oahu Railroad is also actively cngagsd
In tho business but so far has been
able to keep out of the fight and Is get
ting inoro for Us ballast than any of
tho other concerns supplying rocks.
Just now It looks as If the ships
would get the benefit of tho rate cut
ting which Is about to begin and one
of tho largest companion is making
preparations to deliver ballast us low
as thirty cents a ton in cose of neces
sity and with a view of freezing out
competitors. It this does not have the
desired effect captains of ships will be
furnished with rock frco of charge It
they will pay for tho hauling ol It.
At tho prevailing price thero Is hard
ly any money In the business, say moat,
or. the white people Interested Hi the
work. Tho Japanese, however, are
meeting all the cuts made by competi
tors and besides cutting tho rates of
each other they are going their white
brothers one better every time there Is
a cut. Whether the war will result In
the Japanese winning their battle or
being run out of the business remains
to bo seen. In the meantime tho skip
pers of vessels, who are always looking
for n chance to save a penny, are smil
ing and saying nothing, but making
arrangements with tho man who will
supply them the cheapest with stiffen
ing. READY FOR SERVICE.
A trial car over tho new section of
the electric line from I.lllha street out
King to Kamchamcha Schools will b
sent out, this afternoon. If everything
works satisfactorily the service to the
schools will be begun ut once. The
Llllha street branch will be operated
by two cars as the Manoa vallcj
CIRCUIT COURT'S RESPECT.
On motion of Assistant Attorney
General E. A. Douthltt, Judge Humph
leys adjourned the First Circuit Court
this morning until 10 o'clock tomor
row morning, out of respect to the
memory of the into John C. Balrd,
United States Attprney for the District
From letters received at tho Navy
station, it is expected that the battle-
ship Wisconsin will nrrlvo hero soma
time between the 2Gth and 30th lnsts.
from Pago Pago. Thero will bo kpv.
ticl officers brought hero In her and
arrangements havo been mndo to hats
accommodation for thom to tho Coast
In tho noxt Alameda.
Tho steamer Solace will also return
lioro to coal beforo going on lo
Guam. Whoro tho Wisconsin will go
from hero Is not at present known
Dmlng the dull times of the
past eight months
' 110 L0T8
havo been sold at
The prlco paid for those
110 lotB wan
Somo of theso lots havo
been rcBold at an advanco
of from 25 to CO per cent.
No buyers at Collego Hills
nra ouoilng their lots at tho
original price, because Hap
Id Transit has mado them
Intrinsically worth at least
a 25 por cent ndvance.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
MR. DINE MINI
Judge Morris M. Estcc this morning
promulgated an order In the United
States District Court appointing J. J.
Dunne Acting United States Attorney
In and for the District of Hawaii. The
preamble states that It appears to the
satisfaction of the court that public
Interests and the ends of public justice
alike requlro the appointment of a
competent person to discharge the du
ties of the office of United States At
torney for this district made vacant by
the death of Hon. J. C. Ualrd, and that
Mr. Dunne, now Assistant United
States Attorney, Is n fit, proper and
competent person to discharge sucb
J. P. HACKFBLD Home.
J. F. Ilacktcld after an absence of
about a year In Europe and the United
States arrived home yesterday In the
Ventura. He Intends tu remain here
but a short time and will apply him
self strictly to buslnesi during his
HEALANI CLUB ELECTION
TOOK PLACE LAST NIGHT
in Fine Condition and
In All Res
The annual meeting and election of
officers of tho Heaianl IJoat Club took
placo last evening. Thero was a larg
er representation of members prevent
than nt any meeting for many years.
and tho election was spirited, The
officers selected by tho members for
tho ensuing year nie: President, Wal
ter 1;. Wall; vlco president, (1. 11.
Uere; sccretnry, C. Hliodcs; treasur
er, K, II. Clarko; captain F. J.
Church; vlco captain, Dan Rcnear;
commodore, Clarence Crau'jo; ,-vIio.
commodore. 'Merle Johnson; auditor.
s. a. waiKer.
Tho elections of Wall and Gere wer
unanimous; for tho position or secre
tary, Carl Rhodes beat Frank Wood'
bridge by a large majority, and E. "J.
Clarke, for treasurer, won out from
Charles Murray by two votes. As
thero was no contest for tho captain'
cy, Fred. J. Church was elected by
acclamation, he being tho choice nf
tno wliolo club. Ibero wcro no con
tests for tho other positions except
that of auditor, and S. A. Walker beat
C. W. Booth by twonty-tlvo votes.
Tho reports of the officers and com
mittees on tho club's condition show
ed things In a very satisfactory state.
During tno year tnero navo been add
ed to tho membership roll seventy-six
names, whllo In tho same time there
hae been but sixteen resignations.
Tho club members at tho present tlmo
number Z-t. In summing up bis ro
port tho retiring captain, A. L. C. At
lilnson recommends u.ot n case be
purchased for the club frophlos; that
tho club acquire two small pleasure
boats ror tno use or tue members;
that tho greatest endeavors be made
to have a fast launch for coaching pur
poses; that one system of coaching bo
adhered to; nntl that a committee be
appointed to devlso ways and means
for tho purchase of a now slx-oar
The report of tho treasurer showod
the club's finances In good condition.
The receipts for tho year were $4663..
85; tbe expenditures tor tho same pe
riod being the same, less 175.17, cash
NOTABLE COAST VISITOR.
Judge II. C. Harrow, vice president
nf the Pnclllc-Unlon Oil Company, ac
companied by II. C. Dudman, arrived
In tho steamer Ventura from tho Main
Mr. Dudman is hero for tho purpose
of representing tho affairs of the com
pany, which controls largo interests In
tho Coallnga oil districts ot Fresno
county, a section that is today contri
buting largely to tho enormous output
of oil throughout tho Pacific coast
Judge Harrow Is quartered at tha
Hawaiian Hotel and has entirely re
covered from tho sevore ludlspostlon
he suffered during his previous visit
PASSENGER IN NUUANU.
W. W. Hall received n brief, letter
from his son Philip C. Hall dated at
New York on November 9. Tho young
man was a nassenccr in tho bark
... .. . .
Nuuanii, leaving hero on Juno 28 last
for tho Atlantic coast via Kahulul, lal -
nnu oi mum. iiiu arrival out ot mo
Nutinnu, utter an cneounter with Ant-
arctic Ice off Capo Horn, was reported
In yesterday's Uullctln. She reached
Delaware Hrcakwnlcr on November 5
and young Hall landed at Philadelphia.
Mr. Hall and family have been anx
iously awaiting news of the safo ar
rival of their son nnd brother nnd aro
correspondingly Joyful over Its receipt
COLONEL COKNWELL SICK,
Colonel W. II. Cornwcll writes that
HUI W IN
he will return from Shu Francisco In avo tho roof and three sldos of tho
tha rext Alnmdn. Slni.e arrival in I house from demolition. Ho mounted
the Coast he has been very unwell.!" KUari1 n",1,.wc"1 ,n Be,arch of, R P0"
ti ..,. i.. . .o.i, .ii. ... n llcoman. This morning the contractor
Ho went thero to seek relief from r wfl8 arrosUI, all(, ,(,lc6n8 ,B g0,nK to
serious attack of rheumatism but finds brnK cvr, Bllt aga)nst hlm for Ul
this his condition has grown worse In- damage sustained to his dwelling on
stead of better. account ot tho action of tho Japanese.
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CoL Baird's Memory
Proceedings In the United States
DUtrkt Conn this morning were of
a memorial nature referring to ttio
death of District Attorney J. C. tlalrd
at Denver, Colorado, as reported In
ltesldes Judge Morris M. Esteo, pre
siding, there were present Judge (fil
bert 8. Little of Illlo, Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Dunne, Attorney Gener
al Dole, Commissioner Kobtnson,
Messrs. Filch, Sllllman, Lewis, Ulg.
low, Fleming, Koberlson, MoC. Stow
art, Kinney, McClnnahnn, Milverton
and Assist Attorney General 1 tout hit t.
Mr. Dunne, Immediately thu court
May It l'lcnso Your Honor: It wail
with profound rogiet Hint Honolulu
learned by yesterday's mall of the
death of Colonel J. C. llnlrd, United
States Attorney for this district. For
seme time prior to his recent depart
ure from Hawaii, Colonel llnlrd 4iad
not been In good health; and though
ho boro up agalnBt this misfortune,
with eommcndablc fortitude, yet no
reached his old home only to pass
Colonel ualrd was a good cxamDle
of tho best type of American citizen
ship, ills aspirations were always
high; his methods .were always wor
thy, and his successes wcro always de
served. 1,11(0 Your Honor, Colonel
Ualrd was a Pcnusylvnnlan by birth,
After receiving a public school educa
tion, followed by some practical train
ing nt Pittsburg, ho assumed tho edi
torship of n local newspaper. Ho
then combined Journalism nod law, de
toting his sparo moments to tho study
of that profession In which ho after
ward became so prominent. Upon his
removal to Wyoming, his merit was
recognized by his appointment as
Judge Advoeato General, District At
torney, member of tho Hoard of Trado
mid member or thu Wyoming Legisla
ture. In all of these positions. Colonel
Ualrd distinguished himself highly;
and lhcnr theyefoio, he was selected
by President McKlnicy for appoint
ment as United States Attorney In this
district, tho selection was approved
and ratified by tho unanimous Judg
ment of all who knew him. " His ad
ministration of tho office In Honolulu
has been In complete accord with tho
life and character of the man; nnd no
one who bad to do with him, officially
or personally, could refuse him esteem
or deny him respect. His whole life
vas a worthy object lesson; It was
ait example worthy of emulation; and
now tbat it Ima gone nut, we havo the
sombro satisfaction at least that It
wont out upon tho scene of fonrer
Miucf shes, and In tho placn wherein
were laid the broad foundations of his.
Judgo Llttlo of Illlo was asked by
tho court It he would offer remarks.
In response tho visiting Jurist began
by endorsing tho remarks of the Dis
trict Attornoy. It was tno second time
within a brief period that tho court
bad been asked to notlco the death
of one of Its faithful officers. Ho went
TRYS TO COLLECT MONEY
Did Not Fulfil Has . Contract and
. ' Got Dgly -- Is Now Un
der Arrest for His
Joo Lucas, tho well-known hack
driver, was nt tho polku station this
morning to mako complaint against
Inn nrflnn tT llnrn n .(nnnnn.ii mn.
tvnn.nM t.li. I.n.l .Inn. ....! JnMl.ln
.lULU HIIU flUt. UUW klJIIPIlll-lUUtU
damage to tho Lucas residence in the
valley. It seoms that Bovnral months
ago tho Japanese was contracted with
by Lucas to build a hotiso. Occupan
cy of tho now dwelling was promised
In -July, but tho months woro on and
the house wna not completed until
long alter tho tlmo specified. Finally
Lucas was compelled to .novo Into tho
dwelling before It was dono, and then
tho Jan becan to finish tho work,
Things wero not dono to tho satlsloc-
IIUIl UI IIIU UHllUr, UUII Hit M1U lUIlirUVl.
called for tortaln things which were
not In evidence, Lucas called upon tho
contractor for an explanation. Thoro
was a small balance duo on tho work.
nuD a nuiuu UUlUlllU 1IIIU uu tliu WU1K.
.i,ii, ,, .. ,im,i,i i,.,r, i.
1 woiitd mako tho changes, but ns they.ant layB Bpcnt ln Hawaii among con-
woro necessary to tne completion
tho dwelllng-houso. Lucas would not
! W till they woro mado.
This angered thu contractor, and
.s'c,''lay V'P " ''"t8 "?r lho ,'u;as
untuning wriu DUIIHlBUit tu Dl'U IL llir
Ing torn down. Mrrf. Lucus, who was
nlono In tho hotiso wns very much
1 Tightened to seo a crowd of Japs In
tho yard and hear the crash of ham
mers nnd axes. Sho rushed out to kco
what was tho matter, only to find that
tho homo was being torn down.
Tho bead of tho hotiso was notified
by telephone and started for tho scene
of tho difficulty, nrrlving In tlmo to
on to pass encomium upon tho
parted attorney's high worth In
profession and as a citizen and tho
bead, or a family, .n conclusion he
seconded the motion to adjourn.
Mr. Fltrh said lio liad not the good
fortune, iif u long acquaintance with
Colonel Ualrd. Still ho had known
btm long enough -to be ublc to pay
highest respect to his memory, whlcn
he did In suitable, terms. As a general
rule. In the legal profession, men
found their place, whether h.yti, mid
dle or low, and thu honors coining to
the lamented District Attorney wcro
well deserved. For one thing, bv would
cay thai Colonel llalril nohsevsed In
n high degree that uualltv tliu SDeakm
noticed also In bis deputy, Mr. Uunuo,
; tbat of Intellectual Integrity, Mr.
Fitch alluded td the simultaneous lu
Iclligence of tho death of Itollin M.
Daggett, a former American Minister
to Haw-all. Concluding, ho referred
to tbe death of Colonel Ualrd lu tho
words of Tlryant s Immortal poem,
saying that, like him, each ono ot
Ihcm should hopo at thu end to wrap!
the drapery of his couch about him
and lie down to 'pleasant dreams.
Mr. Sllllman had known tbe high
reputation Colonel Ualrd boro In the
West, where he was recognized as one
oi tbe ablest of lawyers. One notablo
feature of his character was tbat be
was a clean-cut Republican, whoso po
litical faith was ever loyally given
lo tho party ol his choice. Colonel
Dalrd wuk fearless in thu dlschargo
of duty. In him death found u brlgnt
and .shining mark.
Mr. McClanahan tou.d not speak
fiom lung and Intimate acquaintance,
but had scon enough nf tho dead man
to honor him for the manner In which
bo conducted himself In Ins last htgn
office. Thoy should only dusiro that
ono as pru-omlncntly fitted as tho do-
parted ror the olflco bhould bu chv,'jvn
at. Colonel Ualrd's .successor.
T, McCants Stewart, after opening
rxtuarkH on the sadnexs of tho occU
slon. spoku of tho laic Dlstrlrt Attor -
ney, with whom bo had been unsocial-
ed by way of assistance when hu
btalth failed, useable, conscientious
and devoted to duty, but who did not
wnnt the machinery ot tho court to bo
worked t.o as to causo bardsiilp to a
defendant in whoso case thoro might
be any mitigating circumstances. Tha
speaker wanted to talK of Colonol
Ualrd's character as well as bis abili
ty. He was a prince and a king
Attorney General Dole briefly ox-
pressed his deep regret nt the removal
of so nlile n man nnd faithful nn out-
W. A. Kinney referred to Colonol
nalrd as having como to Honolulu n
stranger, saying u wuh u iuuuit ui
congratulation that matters between
the United States Government nnu
tho Territory of Hawaii had been nd
justed thus fur with so little friction,
and so little misunderstanding, as bait
been tbn case, through tno official con-
duet of Fcdcrul officials such ag Col
The Home Kule Republican ot
which Mrs. Robert W. Wilcox U pro
prietor nnd manager, contains tho fol
lowing In Its last Issue:
.Mrs. Roflert W. Wilcox did not ac
company her husband on his trip to
Washington by the Sierra last night
She bos remained to attend to buslnesi
ot Importance, both private and pub
lic. She will also send Information to
the Delegate as may bo deemed neces
sary for the good of the Terrltoiy and
tbe community at large. SiTu states
that she Is In favor of Cblncso labor
being allowed to como luto this Terri
tory, for, she thinks, the prosperity of
the country depends upon them, as
they aro honest and faithful workers.
Thc HUBUr pi3tcra ought to bo thank
I 'HI lOr tniB,
Prcseatntlan to Muninjcr.
II. W. I-alcc, the popular manager ot
the Hawaiian hotel, was the recipient
yesterday of a enrd and match Bnfo of
i.pmiiirui bivIi.r nrexcnfeii htm w Mr
., Mra , ..., N.ii Tho OCPnsiQn
"" t that vestenlav marked
was J"6. fuc,t, l"at ycatcr,ln .raa,rk.c
i the nineteenth year of.aucccssful hotel
life for Mr, Lake In California, tbrco
JCUIB Ut Wlllt.ll Ktta Ui) lUllUUlT Ut IU
' Ualdwlu Hotel. Doth of tho gifts am
' hamlsomoly mounted in gold relict
wltn Ul0 Hawaiian coat of arms, nnd
,, ., ,,..,..,,.,, . v,.n.i,r. nf ni,.
Ihe Merchants' Parcel Deliver
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for loo up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621,
Packages shipped o
all partB of the United
States and Europe.
Offico, 1047 llethel St.,
opposite Honolulu Market
Jb- . .ti t
onel Ualrd. The speaker had himself
had some little friction with the lato
District Attorney, but It had only
taught him respect -or tho earnestness
and fidelity of the mnn In discharging
his official duties, ills devotion was
brought Into nil the nlgncr relief by
the physical weakliest mat bud over
taken him, soon after assuming offico
here, and It might bo thu ociaslou ut
deepening tho regret of members oi
the bur that they had not shown him
morn mnslderatlon on ntioutil of his
bodily In II rniuy.
A. G: M. Robertson spoke ot Colonel
Balrd ns.a bright and nhlc' man. He
was a thorough lawyer. Not' only that.
blfi he wns u man of wldo experience
Mini great knowledge. In his death
the cutirl lost nn able ofrklnl aud th
bar an nonoreo mumper.
I'M response to a request for re-
murks from the younger members or
Mil bar, Messrs. Illgelow, Lowls and
Douthltt added tributes to the memory
Judge Kstee then said:
iflciitlcmen: It was with tbe most
piUfouhd regret that I learned by tbe
last' steamer of the death pf-Colonel
J.C. llnlrd. United States. District At
torney. I knew very little of Cnloucl Ualrd
until wo started together on the
steamer for this territory. Since then
an association of the roost lutlmato
character was formed and continued
until he left for his home, aid I cau
truthfully say 1 have rarely met a mtn
who possessed such lovable qualities
or both bend and heart.
Ho enjoyed a varied learning out
side of his profession, hut in his pro
fession ho wns
a lawyer of pccuilat
ability. He had a rcmarkablo mem
ory and thus his mind became a store
house of legal knowledgo. He was not
one ot thuso' aggressive members ol
our profession whoso voice Is Heard
before his Influcnco Is felt, and so he
did not readily tnaho acquaintances
uvwi-wlth tho Ur.r Jliv wat mooat
innd unassuming, arid as gentle as a
woman, hut In tho path ot uuty no was
fearless of consccucnces. Thnso who
know him best loved him most, nnd
no ono was his friend who was not
proud of that friendship. Ho wns a
most kindly man. '1 no spirit ot fair
ness animated his professional life,
and whatever may have uccn hit opin
ion of a wrong, ho never harbored ill
feelings ot the wrongdoer.
Ho was Industrious to a fault, and
after his Illness became serious ne
yet, would not realize ho was too ill to
work, and when ordered home by his
physician ho did not want to luavo.
I Colonel Ualrd maintained always the
courago of his convictions nnd In all
matters relating to his public duties
tie imu uu iiuui-isi i-unviciiuu. tit
tried fo And out whnt was right nirl
then ha did tho right with nil liN
might Ills death has loft a vacancy
uMhls bar which will bu uius. dlli)-
cult to fill.
Mr. Clcik, this court stakd nl'onn-
ed until 10 o'clock tomorrow mornlmj.
JUDGE WILCOX HITS
A WRONG DOER HARD
His Companion in Crime Also Mulct
ed Heavily --Chinese Forger
Work for Grand
According to High Sheriff Urown
thorn la a great wave of moralltv
swooping over this town Just now. It
Is thought to bo on account of tho stilt
lines and penalties doing imposod on
wrong-doers by tho local courts.
This morning In tho Pollco Court a
rouplo were on trial charged wltn
adultery and tho enno was proven pos
itively nganiBt tnem. 'i., court read
, both defendants a lengthy lecture on
'tho crlmo thov had committed, nnd
fined tho mnn nno hundred dollars and
'" "ree months In Jail
nt hard labor. The woman was fined
thlrtv dollars. In default nf nivmnnt
of which sho will havo to sorvo-hor
11I11U 111 JU1I,
Hesldo tho adultery caso. Chock
Chong. tho Chlneso forger, was tried,
nml' Pleading guilty to this ehnrgo. no
. " sentenced to ono year on tho reef.
I Ttin mnttni nf Inn nllion nlmrrrn ivlll
Tho matter of tho other chargo will
probably be brouclit bclnro tbo Terri
torial Grand Jury at lis noxt torm nnd
action tnken Ihoreon Four drunxi
wero each flnd two dollars and rosta
for their tlppllncr.
GOVriJVOR- EN 1JOUTI1.
Captain U. Sebro, U. 8, N., waa
through paBsengor In tho stenmor Ven
tura yesterday for Pago Pago, where
ho Is going to tnko tho position ol
! firwnmnr nf tlm lalnml Thf. rmalllnn
Is at present flllod by Commander
Tll'ey of tho supply ship Abnrondt,
For tho pist three years Captain
Pebro hns been nt tho head of thn
llghthatisn board for tbo California
d's'rlrt nnd It was qulto n surprlso fnr
hlm in rcrolvo Mio order do'achlnv
h'ln from bis position nnd miklnt; him
n- -rnnr of ono of tho South Son inlands.
mi siAit iti
From nil accounts the Olympto
Club football team, soon to como
here to play a series of gamos with
local players, will he an all-star team
of the first water. lleforo coming
hero the team will go to lleno, No-
ooa, to piay a game, in anticipation
of the Hawaiian pllgrlmago many woll-
bnnun nlnvi.ra will fnlti fnrr with
tho athletic club's aggregation of utg-
skln-chasers, and among the giants of
the gridiron anxious to visit the Isl
ands arc Dudcn, tie California 'var
sity fullback; Prlngle, California's
'varsltx. tackle and captain of last
year ae'd the greatest tackle Derkeley
has ever had; WOmble, this yaaf
California 'varsity captalu and the
best end-rush the Coast has vcr pro
duced; Clay, a last -year's California
'varsity guard, and Masters, an end.
These men will -go to strengthen a
team already having Cadwalader, the
.125-pound old Yale guard; I'lunkett,
tho 200-pound old Calltornla guard;
lloran, the '195-pound last year's La
fayetto College guard; Gammon, last
cars' California 'varsity half, former
ly of Iowa, and Paterson, Ambrlck,
Kurfoot. Klthut and Romayne, all
crack plnycrs of Cnlliornla teams.
THE PRIVATE SECRETARY'S
PROMISES NOT OBSERVED
Original Papers Borrowed froa
Health Office Mysterious Dis?
appear Amongst the Gover
nor's Ho.ting fcliive3.
Certain documents weru called
at tho Hoard of Health meeting, which
could not bo produced ad the execu
tive officer was asked to explain tbe
Dr. Pratt stated that last Thursday
Mr. Hawcs, private secretary to tbe
Governor, first telephoned for the cor
respondenco relative to the Queen's
Hospital and then came to tbe Health
i)tllce!ii.'Pfrou.juborrow tho docu
ments. As there were no copies, Mr,
Hawcs asked for the originals, prom
is.ng to return, them next morning.
Tho papers Included tbe A orncy Gen
eral's opinion and Mr. Mott-Smlth's
committee report. They were not re
turned as piomlted and when Dr.
Pratt went after them to tho Gover
nor's office they could not be found.
Attorney General Dolo 'thought the
documents could not bo lost. He was
almost certain thnt they wcro left on
the Governor's tablo after a council
President Sloggctt tald It was a
careless manner of doing business, and.
addressing the executive officer, re
marked, "You had no business to 1st
tnem go out of this office,'
Dr. Pratt replied that he had taken
tho private secretary's word when ho
said bo would return the papers.
President Sloggctt. with a laugh,
said: "Don't do it again. You should
not let original documents go out of
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Tho Attorney General
provlous statement, mentioning,
among the documents he handled on
tho occasion, tho KaplolanI Maternity
Hero the matter dropped,
B0Y8 OP HAWAII.
The Hawaiian boys at Hotehklss
School aro making groat records for
themselves as football players. Al
fred Castle, Richard Cooko and "Knu
ka" Judd havo recently done good
work for their Bchool nn tho gridiron,
Knrly In tho season Rlcnaru Cooko In
jured himself In prnctlco and his place
was taken by Judd. During tho Boa
bon tho school has met all thu other
largo schools In the Ilast and boatrn
most or them. Tho Yale Freshman
team was outplayed nnd tied. Tbe
last victory of tho school wns against
i Columbia Collego team. In which
tno Hotchklss players won by a Bcort
of 33 to 0. Young Castle played right
Wo have lust rorclved a now lot of
theso excc'.ont goods, and wo can
tin hfully stato to iiti" customers that
they nro belter than ever Anyono
who has worn n pair of theso Shne
knows what that means.
To thnso who havo not found a
Phoo thnt plvns tr-em sallsfnclnry
wenr wo would suggest that thoy try
a pair of these.
NEAT FITTING, STYLISH AND THE
PRICE IS RIGHT.
And You Can Get Them Only at tho
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO..
I"S7 four STRisP-T, '
SALT IS HK
HOnOlllIll Making MOneV
a good profit made
on all laie Shipments
Ponds it Kakaako and Puuloa Yield
the. Product Cheaply
Ab O.d woik
About two months ago tho shipment
if Mill In large quantities began from
.Ms port, vlt is sent to l-.tn i-rancisco
..Ld ttio Sound and a; "the prts.nt limn
utoro orders lor the staple are being
.tcclved than can be lilted.
In years gone by Hawaii used to seU
x great deal of salt. For several
cars the industry was In a manner
,ivcn up. Lately the making of alt
taa begun again and during tbe pat
o or three months there has bcu
.nipped from Hnnuiulti about 1500 tons
if It Some tlmo age tho tall handler
jf the Coast put tip thc price and tall
jocame known bore. There was n good
.leal of salt here and so arrangements
Mete made to sell it to the canneries
:i tho north. Tho product of the Ha
waiian salt ponds Is sold at n cheaper
.alo than that ot tho truat and so or--rs
have been pouring In thick and tost
or salt. In thcsti Islands it Is easy and
ihcap to mako calt and iu it can be
jent to the Coast and sold for a ery
.urge profit It is receiving a great deal
jf attention. ',
Salt ponds nt ICnkaako have been es
tablished and aro turning out a great
quantity of tho salt used by the can
neries. It Is considered that it is ot
.bo best quatlty for tho usa to which it
is put nnd f o nil ft' It thai can be made
nero will have a ready sale.
Nearly every vessel which has sailed
from this port In tho past two months
has taken from twenty to one hundred
tons of salt and from the demand there
Is now for the Island salt there Is a
great posilbllty that the making ot It
will be one ot tho Industries ot tbs
Following Is the complete list of Ui
trustees, with their officcis, of tha lln
wallan Sugar Planters' Association
elected at the recent annual meeting;
Wm. G. Irwin, president.
II. A. lsenbcrg, vlco president
W. O. Smith, secretary and treasurer.
G. II. Robertson, auditor.
F. A. Schacfer, II. P. Ilaldwln, J. n.
jtiiii-iiuu, r. tu. anui; ituu t. r. tJtft-
' Tho Kaiser was much occupied dur-
lnK "'" recent vacation in drawing
caricatures of tho leading personage
in tno History ot Prussia, and especial
ly of Urandcnburg. Ho is skilful with
tbe pencil and works rapidly in hold,
t'.aBhlpg lines. Ho has made carica
tures ot a number of his predecessors
on tho throno of Prussia, and also
mndo successful humorous sketches
ot many of the leading statesmen nnd
ladles of tho seventeenth and eight
ccnth centuries. Tho sermons tho
Kaiser has delivered on board his
yacht Hohenzollern In tho past six
years nro to ha collected and publish
ed In n special volumo for tho edifica
tion of tho Germnn soldiers and sail
ors. They are not nil of tho Kaiser's
own composition. Somo wero selocted
by him ns being specially adapted to
tho audiences ho addressed.
Why Is It that wo can novcr seo our
dn'v quite so plainly as 'that of oth
orsT $3.00 TO $4.50
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