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THE EVENING BULLETIN
A pollto ctork la an
effectlvo aid to your
advertising, but a aour
ono will kill tho beat
advertisement In the
From 8. F.
Doric Dec. 10
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For S. F.
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Voi,. XI. No. 2012.
HONOLULU, TKRKITOKY OP HAWAII, FRIDAY DKOKMBKK 0 1WI1
PKII'K 5 'KN1r
- 1H' STEAMER TABLE.
fsL - . ... , . ..
'" v THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU
Coming of Big Steamers
Will. Crowd Out '
there is Very gloomy
outlook It this port
Sailors Now Staying by Their Ships
and the Coming of Steamers
i3 Bad for the
Things are very dull In the shipping
of sailors Just at present and from all
indications they are .going to be a
great deal alower. In the Inst tew
days' there have been but two vessels
arriving here from Australia with mea
who In tho natural course, of events
would be expected to leave their ves
mIs as soon a they arrived. The fact
that' the vessels would then be short of
a crew would lead to business being
done with the shipping masters.
The sailors arriving hero lately, how
ever, have decided to stop with their
vessels untl they reach the Round
Instead of being paid oil hero and tak
ing chances of getting a place on a
ship to' Ban Francisco where, they
would be paid off and have to wait
their chance to ship ngaln at low
wages. The strlko on the Coast has
left, things In Ban Francisco In very
poor shape. There nro hundreds' of
men wanting work and Bailors enough
to man all the ships there two times
over. On tho Sound things aro differ
ent however, and tho sailors on the
IJncbrc and Job. L.Ivlston ntthough
tbey have been told that If they can bo
paid off It tliey wish It huvo decided
that they will remain and go to the
Scunl wheru tbey will bo able to ship
again .without ttoublc and get a fair
wage. "'? v
The shipping men arc very glum over
the outlook and m anticipation of tho
j-omlng of the oil steamers and big lo
c,il freight steamers when their
chances with the bulling vessujs will be
greatly diminished aro looking about
for some other means for a livelihood.
Tho shipping masters nrguo that with
the coming of tho two big freight
steamers which will run between lsl.Jtho'r?,1Bht ra.l;a re.BuU !n "!0 dl
and ports and Ban Francisco and tho
nil steamers from the Coast which will
rcplaco the coal ships from tho Colo
nics, their vocation will be gono and
(hero will not be roam for more, than
one man to make a living shipping
sailors. For several months It has
been the custom for tho crews of ves
sels coming here to demand their pay
and discharge. In many Instances this
has been granted by captains and new
crews shipped. Tho sailor, who when
It comes to looking out for himself Is
not altogithcrbllnd, and knowing the
conditions existing on tho Coast at tho
present time. Is not going to leave a
good ship and tako chances of being
utranded on the beuch with no oppor
tunity to ship. '
The holders of mortgages upon lands
In tho tract opened up by the Walklkl
Land Co. have waived their right of
priority of lien In order thnt n. Iilitn.
kot mortgage might bo placed by tho'" do anything of tho kind as It had
company ror the purpose of raising
money to complete tho streets. The In.
...! . -'... ..
itiiL.t... u. mu tuullJitu inuuiuilllg HIU vv. ovuuua ...vj i.v..v v.u.v.
lands Is to Eccuro tho cash needed fori When tho Merchants' Association
the immcdlato grading of McCully was '"lklng about tho Incomo tax ap-
street. This Is tho thoroughfare to be R08''.'1 J"18,1!0 n',lnlon ,of ,h,a' lo,lv
..,, . ,h. ,i r ,, 7? that It should bo pusned for al !t wai
Tr,nJ? -!l "tension of the nap d worth and that Is Iho opinion still hold
Transit road In getting to tho Walklkl by tho members. Howovor, ut Ma
road. As tho land company has agreed tlmo. It was decided that, in ordar tc
to grade the street ready for tho lay- facilitate tho working of tho matter
ins or tno line of road, tho work Is to
bo tuken up at once sn that "there may
be no dclav ln man ilm ixipnainn i n
be no delay In case the extension Is to
be pasned. I
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
duatrlsl edition i three cents to all
parts of the States.
. . ,-COnAGG
Well located at Maklkl. Con
vimlcntly arrangod, and con
taining six rooms. Lanal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof. One ot tho
neatest Iitlla homes In tho
. $3000 will buy It, only ono
sixth ot which need bo cash.
show you this
TAILOR 8H0P FIRE.
Had It not been for the prompt ae
tlon of J. J. Williams, the photogra
pher, this morning, there might have
been a bad fire In the Ullor shop ot
ocorge Martin In the Boston block.
When the boy of the shop went to
tho. place, this morning to opea up, he
rtartcd tome ot tho flat Irons going;
In some way, fire was communicated
to iomo ot the paper that was lying
about.' This soon spread to a couple of
pairs of trousers and there wcro flames
spreading In every direction. In a lit
tle while. The boy rushed out aid
gave the jlrm. J. J. William rushed
into thVroom In response to the sum
mons for help and, with a hand grc
nadct put out tho fire. Martin soon ar
rived and, when he got Into the shop,
he found some of his newly made
clothes ruined. The damage was not
WILL CONSIDER RECENT
FREIGHT RATE RAI1ES
Action of Steamship Companies May
Result Disastrously For All
On Tax Appeal.
There Is to be an Important meeting
ot the Merchants' Association at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon' at the
usual place for the purpose of hearing
the reports of a number of committer))
and attending to other matters ot
business which win bo brought up.
Tho principal Item will be tho con
sideration ot tho report of the com
mittee appointed at the last meeting to
confer with the heads of the two In-
tcr-Island shipping firms of tho city and that will mean tno wholo labor
for the purpose ot learning more as to union, shall bo present at tho meet
the objects of these companies In '"E8 of tle executive commlttoe of tho
raising the freight rates and also to "cruhllcan. Homo Hulo party for tho
talk over other matters closely con- S"!iPZk?. J'Jl'i th ' l8c.usslon"
netted with this raising of tho freight f fif xWXSS&Z.
raif- .. ,. . . Tnls delegate, as he is called In tho
The Merchants' Association wants to resolution, Is to hsVe no vote.
know-Just where It stmMs. iThc mem-1 Mr. Kaulla explained that the res
bers feel that to advatfco the freight olutlon had como about.by means o.
rates beyond a certain limit would a reet appeal on the part of the loboi
mean a serious blow to the business In- SS?.8-",1,". U had beon
r..iu ni tho .u., n. h. mK.. mated to him that tho labor men were
terests of the city. One of the members anxious to jon ln WUII tne UcpUD.
of tho association had the.followlng to can Homo ltulo party and that they
say about the matter this morning; I wished to bo represented, although
"The shipping firms as a part of the they did not go so far as to ask for
association shou d be wininr to work
with us In this matter. The ratalng of
rcct shipment to theso Islands of car
goes of general merchandise from the
Coast for It would pay to do It.. This
will mean that the steamship corn
panics will lose the business which wo
r.ow give them because wo will have no
business to give. All tho goods will
bo shipped direct from Coast ports to
V, !!,- Iul.l TM. .. -.III
VM UV.1V. n.M..Un. 1...0, J.M, DOT, W..
act as a double Injury to the business
that is now going on."
Tho Income tux anneal matter will
not bo brought up at tho meeting. It
Is learned that It has been decided not
to push tho case nt tho present time al-
though there has been no d.scont.nu-
anco of the name. It may ho brought
up and pushed forward ut any time
ueemeu best. niursuay nignt or next week.
When Mr. Lewis of tho Arm of Smith ln resolution met with tho approv
al Lewis, went to San Fraflcisco a short nl f n" 'hoso Piescrt. and there Is na
tlmo ago, he was under tho Impression 11?' 'Tn 'A"1 'LWl ! ho favor
hll l,o ,!. I,, irn o Wn.hlnnlnn In bly 'C IOrtC(l (in When IhO tlttlO COmCS
that 10 was to go to Washington to TIlB a)or oIoment , jll8t what u
push the enso on behalf of tho Planters' Homo Itulers havo been after for n
Labor & Supply Co. Howovcr, pro- Ion" time, nnd now thnt thov havo vlr.
vlous to his departure, he was told not
npen ueciticu to nuow tno matter to
I rest for a while. This is how tho mat-
I in. inn.io ". i, .,,. .im
u woui) no best to allow ono organl
ft'on to attend to It. ami so It was
Imt In tno hands or tho l'lanters Lav
bor & Supply Company,
ruason or other, thnt body of men do
elded not to push tho case nnd 110th
ne has since been done. It was the
titontlon of tho Mcrchnntn' Assoc a
?,vnnJ r K '' li-n'Lh.nl.nn
iwiiuubub 01 inu wuru ut yviiBiimmoii
It Is poislblo that now thn Planttiri
havo decided not to do anything moro.
tho Merchants' Association may pose
slbly tako up tho work on Hb own In
half and suo that It Is carrleu through
Tho Incomo tax appeal matter Is con
sldorcd very inrportnnt by tho mcfn
her3 nnd speedy nctlon Is what W
Invitations to tho exercises In con
nection wlh tho anniversary of Foun
der's Day at tho Knmchameha Schools
have been sent out to n largo number
of people of the city. Tho event fall
an tho 19th ln;t. In tho mornln'; at 10
o'clock tho schools will march lu n
body to tlio Royal Muuso'eum to
dorornto tho resting placo of tho helov.
ed princess who so generous'y supplied
tlio means for th ccstabllahment of an
Institution for tho higher education of
peoplo of her own race. Tho otcrclses
In connection with tho event will tako
placo in tho Illshop Memorial chapel at
7:30 o'clock In tho evening.
Tho average young man Is not will
ing to" begin carving out his futuin
'with a bhovel,
Labor Men Wish to Be
RECEIVED LAST NIGHT
Emmeluth Protests Against Granting
of Water Privileges to Corpora
tions Central Committee
The stories In both of tho morning
papers today rcgaralng tno nieojng
oi me cxcctttlvo couuuuieo 01 lue
Home ltulo party last nignt aro not
omy mlsleaaiug but thoy are abso
lutely incorrect In several ins.anc.es.
Matters tnat never came up at all aro
mentioned and action taitcu In n num
ber ot Instances arc twmtcil so tnat
they aro unrecognizable Tno meet
ing of last nlgnt was onb of tne mos
Important that has bcon held lor a
long tlmo and It showed conclusively
tnat tho Homo ltulo party brieves in
trait t In o tn urivls vtaini - n .!..
,0 tho ncxt campaign at an cany dale!
so that when the timo comes there
.,. L ."ns
plans for a very active campaign can-
not bo 'doubted alter last nigm's meet-
A number of resolutions wern Intro.
ducud, among tho numlirr being onu
by Jamca K. Kaulla, w-o presided at
tho meeting. In this resolution pro
vision is mado that a member of a
certain luoor organization of tho city
At tho conclusion of tho reading of
tho resolution Mr. naulta stated it as
hla opinion that tho resolution was a
good ono and that tho help of tho laboi
men both In the councils of tho party
and In tho noxt campaign was aomo
thlng that could not be well overlook
ed. Tho next speaker was Mr. Km
meluth. and ho too voiced thu senti
ments of tho previous speaker. I'rlnco
Jonah Kalanlanaole, who has becomo
"nETE .T" "K D2Sm!
"-"' ""- '" " iuimn ui mu
TV, M V. WAR tllf. Iflt rttl rt
to sneak nil
the subject. Ho emphasized the iact
that It was Incumbent on tho commit-
tec to pass tho resolution nnd crnnt
tne attendance of a dolognto or tho
lnbor organisations of tho city. After
S ".SJii'S;!? iteo of V?00"
olutlon into cnnnl.lerntlnn nnri n r...
port nt tho noxt meeting to bo held
tually secured It, thoy feci they can
r" before tho people, at tho next elec.
""""" "-" " "" ves.
of X!S .f '"iv Uoni'
,01 members or tho oxccutlvu con
ten lirnvntrml milt, n nnml ilnnl .r .11..
cttsslon. It was stated that thoro
wcr Hmio or tho members who had
not been doing much work nnd wlvi
r.,.,1 n romiln away from tho moot
o?,hol meoUngW theo ZSrs'
Ings at all tlmos. It was tho Kensu
nnouiii uo poked up nnd asked to con-
trlbuto their mlto
In tho matter of
Work for tho party.
whntovor was snld nbmit d'lspluclni
tiiero mnmluin nf thn ,.m,m.. ...i
rciilnrlnc thnm wlih .iilm.. m..n
renorted In mm nf i, , ..o
1. . . . . . . . : - " -
Hniini,.,. i.-ni,,,,..i.,i ...i. ..." ' '
or til0 interested members of thu com-,
mlttoo present, state' that ho was clail I
!? "'V'0 "U"K element nmonB the I
1 awn aim gctllng ill and taklnx hold
of tho work t at had been start n 11 v
t m 0IU0? men ra Br,c '
should toko tho act.vo nnr nnil thn
older holds shmild stand behind thnm
nllvo and th-it nil tho stories nbout
,tho in liven breaking nway from tho
ranks wero absolutely fnlso. Ho hsd
received, lotters from nil over tho 1st-
The Merclianls' Tared Delivery
Deiivern pnrkbges to any
pari of the city for 10c up.
Try them. Phone blue 021.
I'srlfnaeH shipped o -j
all parts of the Unltxd
SiHten nnd Kurnpe.
Otllco. 1017 Hethel Ht..
iipposllo Unuolulu Marko(.
oner sunqostluns whenever they '"rup"ui me uisiricis or liamaKim, "' n . . ' """ouu "Kmnm
lit bo needed 1 Puna unci Olna. Am nt the Volcano ?.lnr- ?. " !'y.vln!!0' wlt1' Treasurer A.
Mr. Kalsuokalanl went on to nssure now nnd leave nt 4 o'clock tomorrow J' ,, , J "" , ,rlusU(!fl0 Ue'-evo'fnt
0 r-ombors of tho commllien iimi Unrnin. f.,- ii,,.i.. ..- . . ?0.c.'ay. "3 Karnlstien,
Homo Hulo tnrtv was verv mnel. ' ...;,., ,?...,.: , "".?.,.: I' "'"V:.. Virginia llomqs. executrix of tho
nds assuring hiss on behalf of the
native that thoy Intended to stand
firm at tho next election ns they had
In the last
Among those present at the meeting
of. last night was Representative Em
meluth, who protested against the
(ranting of tho water privileges to
corporatMafc as against the Interests
of tho people. He spoko particularly
of tho Walalua Agricultural Company
and tho Hawaii Ditch Company, Just
recently formed. In connection with
his remarks', Mr. Emmcmth presented
a set 'Of resolutions which he wished
to havo forwarded to tho Congress ot
the United States, through the Dclo
sjato from llawarl. Tho resolutions
wero considered and then referred to
'committee consisting of Carlos A.
i-ong as cnairman,. t-nnce jonan ku
lnnlanaole, and one other.
Ono of the morning papers speaks
of tho appointment or Carlos Long on
this committee a being tbo beginning
of a weeding out, policy with respect
to tbo old workers of tho party. As n
matter of fact, (ho young men do not
Intend to shelve tno older members.
for they consider them most Impor
tant to the welfare 01 tho party. Air.
Kalauokalanl will remain nt the head
of the party and at tho head ot the ex
ecutive commltUc as Its chairman.
Tho matter of funds was discussed
but nothing wait done. It being deemed
best to allow this to go aver until tho
next mce'lnr;, nt which time a com
mittee will bo appointed to make in
vestigations and report.
Tiiero is also sencroo on hand to
form a central commtttco of the He-1
,,.,,,,. . Homo jtuiu pony, n uouyi
which tho party, so far has got along
without However, this matter was '
not brought tin at tho mectlne of last I
night. It will bo kroached at tho meet-i
Ing next Thursday night. It is
thought by tbo wisest beads among
tho Homo Hulnrs that a smaller work
Ing.body In control of the raoro Impor
tant party matters would work much
better than the psemnt system of hav
ing such a Isrgo Body as' tno cxcctttlvo
Iff 10 OTHER MD
STEADIER HAffALEl SAILS
FOR MAUI AND HAWAII
Laborers Are Now Being Sought Out
by Planters Before Th'y Had
to .Bustle, for
After the statements that In nearly.
every case Jananeso laborers coming
here to seek employment had to get out I
and hustle for Jobs on the plantations
instead of being offered inducements
to go to tbo places in need o( laborers,
an organized effort is now being made
to havo tho Immigrants looked out af
ter to sco that they do nut go astray.
Tho boats from Japan havo been bring
ing hundreds of people hero for sever
al months now nnd every batch of
them ad soon as they Iinvo been releas
ed from quarantine have been seen to
t.tka their ways up town to Japanese
boarding houses from whrnco they
would go forth to look for employ
ment. It being to tho advantage of the
boarding house keeper to have the la
borers remain with him whllo their
money lasted they did not find their
way to thu llclds as quickly as they
Today tho first regular shipment of
tbo laborers! was mado direct from
quarantine to the Islands of Maul and
Hawaii. Tho steamer Hanalel was
chartered and one hundred nnd twenty-five
of tho laborers were shipped to
Olownlu nnd l'tuiuhuu. In future cv
rungements will be made by the plan
ters to get tho laborcra before thu Ja
panese boarding houno keepers do nnd
the Immigrants will finu employment
easy to get Instead of having to get out
nnd hunt for It thomsclvn.
Of tho last lot of laborers who or-
rlv,,(l ,u-'ro trom the Orltnt ovci
were shipped In tho Hanalel thin morn
1. ?- ?..-ftS!.'s?.r-
plantation on this Island whllo n few
"!' L t0 l00" " c "'
KOritfl.H , IIIIARI) PROM.
Wrny Taylor, CommlKsloner of Aqrl-
V'1" """ "try, recclve.l tho fol
"'luwinu letter irom l'nir.
Ul M",,,m '" th'
ato of ncembcr 3i
"I hnvo had n long trip to far and
thero In sumo mure nf 11 in mm.. i
,ZJ, i " ,At
"onokaa I saw sornn I ne cuffco nnd a
,,f ",0 u,,rnc,l lB'r':t which Is
'" ?" !,ni1 l ll,uI 1'0,lovCl " 1'0-
A" """t8 wo" nK!In aftc'- tho rain '
return by tlio ncxt Manna Loa."
anisic loving pcopio or Honolulu will
have only two opportunities to hear
tlio Itoston Concert company, namely
on Saturday evening of this week nnd
Monday evening of ndxt wrek. They
leavo on the Sierra for Auckland, New
I'ealnnd, on Wednesday to (111 thoir
engagemfiits thero. After filling this
eiiKiigement In New Zealand nnd Aus
trnll.1 they leave for Calcutta, Manila,
China and Japan
from. the largo sale of season tickets
ns well as single tickets they nro as
iiuwd of two largo uudlcnrca, These
two concerts will bo tho musical cvcnU
of the seasoq. Admlsilnn MOO. 91,00,
nnd 7I cents. Reserved Btnts on sale
nt Wall, Nichols Co
tl. . 1. a il .11.1. 1 a . linn ! Vim ilnlil nnn.. ' &.!. . I i
- -' --., m.... .. .v....... ouuii , .-HiiiMi in i- rnneigcn (.nineii i:nniehn
Claim That President
Is Unjust to
MRS CONDON IS POPULAR
W1TII BOARDEKS AND OTHERS
Rule Made Which is Causing Discus
sion and Trustees Have B:cn
Appealed to in tho
If the tnles of soma ot thu scholar!
nf Claim College bo true, tiiero is lino
llliood 01 open rcucluoti times
changes ore Boon made tnero by the
luu iroublo Is all on account of the
"CKcd unjust treatment of tho ran
lron- Mrs. Condon, by 1'ivsident timltu.
wll. 't !. h ' treated her av
siio deserves. Among tho boarder
tho matron Is very highly esteemed
and looked upon as a mother by all
tno scnoiars. Tnis, so tncy say. is tne
caiiso of all the dlfflculty, .ud undti
a rule that has' lately been mado for
bidding tho scholars to associate wit?
the matron, as has been t.iclr habit
ono boy has been expelled from th(
school and tho others are all up it.
arms over the mattci
It appears that niter the rule wai
mado ono of the younger boys went
to tho matron's room for somn trivial
purpose, and, on coming out, was call
ed to tho president's room. There. It
Is said, ho was lectured nnd forbidden
to go to the room, again. Tho boj
claimed that In the course of his tail
with tho president iincomplImcntar
remarks were made by cho latter ro
gardlng the matron 'sMch tho boy 0)1
Jected to nnd rcportc to Mrs. Condon
She asked him to put tho wholo con
vcnmtlon with tlio president in writ
Ing, which ho did. This wrltng was
submitted to tho trustees, who will
tako action in tho mattci
In tho meantime .c In .alleged that
tho president, hearing ot tho action o:
tho youth and matron, accused tho boy
or lying, and expelled him from school,
sendlnir him In hlit liomu nn tin!!
Tho other scholars, looklnc unon tho
'action of tho sresldcnt as vorv unlum
l0tn to the boy and tho matron, havo
been greatly worked un ovar thn mat.
tor and tho end Is nut yet in sight, say
tho partisans of aire. Condon.
JUDGE HUMPHREYS WILL
NOT CONFIRM JUDGMEN I
Illicit Liquor Selling Case on Trial
--Motion for Cjmpulsory Verdict
Denied Several Probate
Adnchl. n Japanese, was put on trial
bcloro Judge llumpnreys lor selling
liquor without a license. S F. Chli
llngworili appeared for him. Ucput.v
Attorney Ck-nornl Cathcart prosetut
Ing. Just bcloro noon recess a mo
tlon to Instruct tno jury to .'.nil a vgr
diet of not guilty was denied. Thee
deu-ndam rusted and the court took
recess till 2 p. m. ilu Jury couslstt
of Gcoigo W. Harrison, Hermann M.
Levy, David Notloy, (luy Livingston
John M. Davis. Jonah K. Nnklln. Jan.
- ! K'MJrirffr- mi N 1 Un,.J?."
!,: KM-rr u
John Hnlnola and l-'innk I em.ir.i ir
who appealed irom conviction in th
District Court for.usaault Ah Chin;
had their casus postponed till next
, A decree of foreclosure. In nrrord
auto with thu decision gltcn liv Judje
dear bcfoio ho left lor Han Francisco
nn Wednesday, lu tho ensu of Knulo-
kml Kutatu vs. Dusky. .was nresentail
f" J'l'Uo Ilumphruya this mornlnie
iimu uueiiiiiuiii emcrgou Willi tno rol
1 lowing" writing upon a sparo sheet:
. "u ""B"nB uecreo was pi.-senl
C(1 '" "10 ,or Blgnatmo on tho lit h daj
of December. 1901. nnu i thoioupon
declined to subscribe tho same, HUM
1 1. in. 1 a. utiiiKii.
J. M, VIvub movos for n day to
has filed nn Inventory showing nroi:
erly nt Speneor and Kinau bticets val
ued nt $10,000 subject to 11 morlgasn
of $1!)00, olso a noto to fbOO secured
uyinorigai.'o on Kaitlil linil.
A g" Mahaulu ndm Initratnr n
,h-p.,BBie Vj? Kcnlttuok ? Maka-
hi, has filed nn Invon'ory with slv
Items of real cstnto nnf" porsonnl prop-
orty, of which tho ch'of Item Is ten
snares In Hawaii Land Company.
AlOTIDN TO AMEND.
Mr. Kinney gave notice. In tho Illsh
op Kstnto caso befero Judge Usteo this
morning, nf his Intcnthm to movo for
leave to amend the ln8yer of defen
dant to tho complaint of the Unltr.1
Many tongues wr.g over tho hubs In
, . . . "- .-.-.-
INDIGENOUS TEti .
A short tlmo ago, a large number
ot seeds of various Indigenous trees
were received from Kbcn Low who had
a number ot natives collect them In
tho mountains back of Puuwaawaa.
Hawaii. There are thirteen varieties
In all and David Hnughs, the expert
forester of tho Department of Forestry
nnd Agriculture Is now planting tho
seeds at th nursery In Nuuanu valley.
A number of tbo species have almost
cntlroly disappeared from the forests
of the Islands and arc to be found only
In a few favored localities. Among
thn number Is the sandal wood which
used to thrive In tho olden times nnd
which was at one time n source ot rove
nun to the government
The Oulletln's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
SHERIFF BROWN TO LOOK
INTO IUU COMPLAINTS
h Which Police of District A:e
Arraigned Means to Sift Matter
To BottomLeaves in
Tho complaints that have been com
ing Irom tho K.111 district of Hawaii
recently relating lo alleged inactivity
ou the part of the police thero have
served to make Sheriff Uriwn leel
tho necessity ol nn investigation. Ho
said this morning to a Uullcllu re
porter that, when the cnmplnluts bo
gan to comu In nnu wcro published,
no wrotu to Sheriff Andrews nnd Dep
uty Sheriff Eaton of Kau, enclosing
clippings of theso complaints. Ho had
received answers from tlmo to tlmo
nnd they seemed to bo satisfactory
Irom the standpoint of the pol..-p.
Sheriff Drown further stated that ho
believed the police had done tho prop
er thing in thu cases of tho Chinese
fisherman and tho Japanese, about
which thoro had been so muth com-
piani. in rvgaru to 1110 nrst case, no
2h. ThlA" iyiemnn.h tnJKf thc Petitioners for tho charter. The
tho8poilcoT of I company's purposes are In brief the
-However,'!- said Mr. Brown, "I nn I1 raising, selling and canning of plne
liot entirely, satisfied about this wholii apples, together with the holding and
thing, nnd 1 Intend to go tu Kau by handling of property to theso ends,
tho next Mnuna Loa to make Invcstlga- Among other privileges desired Is that
tlons. I shall probo tho matter to th of advancing money, with or without
l?m ?.?..'f. 'fl"J that, tho police ccllrty. to agriculturists.
ui mu mainci nuve ueen remiss, as,
thu Kun rnrrennnmlenl. enm In think '
I shall act accordingly. I shall also
see tho correspondent who has sent
complaints to Honolulu and shnll have
u pcrsonnl Interview wltn him In ordei
thnt I may bo placed In full liosscssior.
of all the facts."
KILLED BY A HORSE
Llttlo Charlie, the son of Knglnecr
11. Danlelson of tho Mnklkl fire sta-
tlon and the let of.thc boys there, wiu
kicked yesterday afternoon by ono of
the new horses of the station. He was
playing out In tho back yard when the
horse camo out of the stables and be
gan kicking In a lively manner. T,he
little boy ran towards his father's
house to get out of the way. Ily soms
Ill-fortune, the horro changed direc
tion nnd, Jumping directly In front of
thc boy, kicked right nnd 1't. One
nf tlio kicks struck the boy In tho
forehead and knocked him over. It was
teen thnt ho was badly Injured nnd ho
was curried to his home, whero he
died this morning. Tho llttlo fellow
was only fifteen months old.
Postage on the Bulletin's special in
dustrial edition i three cents to all
psrts of the States .
S. S. SONOMA, DEC. 10.
Last express steamer to coast tieforo
Ship your pnekages by
WELLS. FAHfiM & CO. FXPRESS
V. u.i V'ln Express Co.,
123 Kino St.
When Daby sees them,
Dabv el's fcr them,
Mother slchn for them,
When cho s:cs them,
Ccmcs In and buys them.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
Pineapple Industry Has
Taken a Strong
AMERICAN DUTY BEFORE
ANMXill N PROIIIHITIYE
Hiwaiian Pineapple Company Arplies
for Incorporation Pearl
City Fruit Company
At last the value of the opportunity
tor prolllablo fruit culture, brought
about through the freo admission ot all
Hawaiian products to tho markets ot
the United States, appears to be com
ing Into recognition. Prior to annex
ation thero wbb a specific duty on pine
apples which was quite prohibitory, M
many enterprising Hawaiian grower!
found to their great cost.
Several pineapple raising companies
that began with great spirit eight ot
nine years ago dropped out of the race.
Among the few staying ones Is the
Pearl City Fruit Company, which lat
terly bought out tho canning factory
established down tho railway line by
Messrs. Kldwell, Rmmelutb, Gallagher
and others. It has been found neces
sary lately to enlarge, the works for
supplying tho demand. Thero will be
an Increased output from the planta
tion and factory this year.
A new corporation has Just been or
ganized, whese charter Is In the hands
of Treasurer W. II. Wright., Tho Ha
waiian Pineapple Company, Limited, I
Its name. Its principal place of busi
ness being Honolulu. Albert F. Judd,
James D. Dole, A L. C. Atkinson,
Charles S. Dole nnd T. II. dlbson are
-.., k. .... ,. ...... .,.,,..
T,1 canl(nl "tock Is 120.000 divided
Into shares of a par value of 20 each,
with tho prlvllcgo of Increasing the
stock to 1100.000. Five directors with
a president, vlco president, secretary
and trrasurcr, any ot tho directors be
ing cllglblu for cither of thtso ofnecs,
constltuto the executive.
Thero nro 782 scares already sub
scribed as follows: W, It. Castle, Jr.,
50; Albert F. Judd. 50; T. J. K'ng, 60;
T. II. Olbsan. 50: Ddzar Wood. 23:
Chas. S. Dole, 25; A. II. Ingalls, 10; K.
S. 'Iloyil. 5: A. W. Eames K0; Charles
P. Grlmwood, 5; A. L. C. Atkinson,
25; James D. Dole, trustee, 227; James
II. Dole, 200.
Tho proposed corporation has ac
quired properly of the value of J2009
nnd over, Hint amount being ten per
cent of Its capital.
James D. Dole transfers to the cor
poration; for cuiSclcnt consideration,
fifty thousand pineapple plants grow
ing in his land at Wahlawa and cove
nants lo deliver nn additional fifty
thousand within one year from data
E VERV III
Mrs. J. J. Dunne, wlfo of tho Acting
District Attorney, Is dangerously 111.
Dr. Herbert was In attendance upon
tho ratlcnt throughout last night. In
consequence of the Federal Attorney's
trouble, the Ulshop Kstate condemna
tion suit was continued by Judco Ba
tes until Monday morning.
withdrawn tliu protest entered by them
ogainst the ruling of referee George
Carter on the Thanksjlvlng Day game.
You know what that
moans. That you can
find at tho
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
1051 Fort Street,
Ilablcs' Soft Soled Shoos
In dellca o shades of blue,
pink and whlta to pleaso
both the motiicr nnd tho