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Vol.. XI. No. 2029.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27 1901.
1'mcE 5 Oi:nts.
i "?'S'Wi!PljHHHJBBjH5pPWf MJVjpSHHR?
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It Will Bring Charges
Unless the Judge
CLAIMS JUDGE DOES'
NOT KNOW HIS DUTY
Maui Attorneys and Citizens Claimed
to be Behind the Movement
Impression That Kalua
Imbibes Too Freely.
Under the heading "Kalua Most do,"
the Maul Nows ot December 21 pub
llshoR the following:
It has been the Jlxed policy of the
News to avoid attacking pi hate Indi
viduals, and thcro Is no disposition to
overstep that policy now.
Ilut Individuals who occupy public
positions aro subject to public criti
cism tor their otficlal acts, and the
News would bo remiss In Its duties
to tho public If It Bhould fall to voice
public sentiment In thosu cases where
u public official in derelict In his duties
or so conducts himself as to unlit him
self for tho proper performance of ills
Judge John V. Kalua must go. Tho
News in taking up this light, does so
deliberately, and after roaturo consid
eration of tho responsi.....iy which It
is assuming, as well as tho piobablo
) faults. "Thrice armed Is no who hath
Ms quarrel Just," and this paper will
ccntlnuo thu llfcht until either Judgo
Kalua voluntarily steps down from tho
Hnch which ho has disgraced, or until
the toe of tho Presidential boot Is ef
To thosu who aro Intimately ac
nualnted with tno nubile career ol
Judge Kalua lor tno past few jears,
no specification of charges; Is needed,
boriiusa hlB derelictions nro well
known and arc threadbare subjects of
Uut detlnlte charges will bo publish
eil by this paper, if Judgo Kalua re
vises 10 listen to us nuiicp ami 10 an
Almost universal sentiment of condem
nation among tho people of Maui and
refuses to resign thu Judgeship ot tho
JV) thoBo who aro not familiar with
.nn'r . , .... ,k . i. ..
iu mem iu iu iua, it suuy uu uk
gesteii that drunkenness In public, on
the streets, in the church, on the
bench, And at other places almost too
f acred to.mentjpn, will bo among the
charges o'ilc'ally profaned. Intimate
and confldcnto-V conversations between
himself and prnxM'crs who wcro after
wards to be tilA before him and
promises made by iliiij" to them which
thuy afterwards Inadvertently roicaled
to othtrs ami which promises were
nrterwards scrupulously performed by
him on tho bench will bo tiiqulicd
into, and tho hidden inotho for such
premises, If nri, will bo dug up and
brought to light.
Ills ignoranco of law, and his Ineffi
cient, not to say corrupt, administra
tion of it, tho fact that nlu charges to
(Irand Juries and his instructions to
Petit Juries h.i o to bo prepared by his
hiibordlnato court officials is a chargo
which ho will, If ho persists Iu refusing
to resign, bo called upon to answer of
ficially. Other grave charges will also be
preferred against htm, if ho courts an
investigation of them, but tho piesent
object of the News Is merely to givu
him a mild Intimation In a friendly
way that his resignation from tho
Judgeship of tho Second Judicial Cir
cuit would bo considered an Inestl
malilo boon to tho Justice-loving peo
ple of Maul.
It will avail Judgo Kalua nothing to
claim that tho present attack Is Inspir
ed against him simply because ho Is a
poor Kuuaka, a claim which ho lecent
ly made, and Hawallans themselves
nro warned ngalnst such pleas mnclo
by him. It Is not because ho Is Ha
waiian, but rather becauso ho U a ills
graco to tho position ho fills, that his
teslgnatlon Is demanded, and liono
will appreciate this fact so keenly ns
tho Hawallans of Maul, who aro thor
oughly csmersnnt with Judgo Kalua
and his methods.
Domlngnsi I'errolra and another Por
tuguese cleaned nut tho Japanese at
Walalua In several races on Christmas
Day. rorrelia took his horso Diock
down tho roitd with htm.
At Moklkt t aJJoInlng the
hrge grounds Gerrlt P. Wilder
For comfort, convenience and
sightliness , two toilet rooms
In the house. I
An Inspection of this new
house, birn, lot and surround
ings wjll convince you tint It
Is .imong the best "buys" In
SHERIFF CUDIHEE OF
SEATTLE SENDS NOTICE
Han Escaped From Custody of a
Sheriff in Tacoma-Obtained
Money Under False
High Sheriff Drown has just receiv
ed from Ed. Cudlhce, Sheriff of Seattle,
Wash., the description of an escaped
prlsoner.who Is badly wanted. Sher
iff Cudlhce offers a reward of 2S0 for
the arrest and detention, In any State
or country in tho world, until his ar
rival with legal process, of Captain
Porrcst N. Handy, tinder sentence of
two years, on a chargo of obtaining
money by false pretenses, who escaped
from tho custody of tho deputy sheriff.
at Tacoma, Wash., U. S. A., November
Description ago CO years, height, 5
feet 10 Inches; weight, 200 pounds;
hair dark, tinged with gray, and long,
covering bald spot on head; eyes, dark
gray or brown; wore beard, dark
brown, tinged with gray, Van Dyke;
stile, may have shaved; right arm very
stiff and crooked at elbow; wears num
ber eight or nlno shoes. -
Captain Handy followed a seafaring
life for some time, nnd Is vvcll known
to a large number of men engaged in
that occupation. It la likely that ht
will disguise himself and assume a
fictitious name. However, It U im
possible for him to dlsgulso his crooked
right arm; It will betray him under any
His eves, a dark gray or brown, aro
attractive. Ho has the habit of rolling
them so that their white parts show
plainly. It Is expected that he may
open an office and advertise that he has
business chances for sale, etc. If this
Is done It Is suspected he will have In
Jils employ as a clerk a woman by
the nnmo of Martha Meldcl), formerly
of Deresford. South Dakota, who ans
h era to tho following description;
Small and short; weighs about 93 or
100 pounds; age, about 30 years; hair,
light brown; eyes, light blue; wean
glasses; complexion, sallow; Alio set
of teeth, white and even; quick In
movement; drestees plainly; looks
commonplace; retiring In manner,
FIVE OFFICES VISITED
WITHIN ONE WEEK
Drs. Cooper, McDonald and Sloggett
are Victims of Burglar's At
tentions on Christmas
Evidently one of the knights of tho
Jimmy thinks the doctors are making
a great deal of money and not caring
where they leavo it ljlng around. The
camo night that Dr. Wood's office was
ransacked, Dr. Moore u office received
a visit of violence.
On Christmas night the Joint offices
of Di8. Cooper and McDonald and the
office of Dr. Sloggett, within two doon
of each other In Alakea street, had late
callers who wero not after medical or
surgical assistance though inviting
such as well ns the attention ot the
All of the desks In Dr. Cooper's nnd
Dr. McDonald's moms were pried open.
No monej was found, but Dr. Cooper
lost u lot of cigars. Tho front door Is
.. . fcu moo i ii my iivu i u ui tivttitii l iit;
very best of senlco In thorrniisporta
lino mo vcstiuuio, uu. mo don of palal, hud tho following to sny
ladles waiting room, which I lhlB.mol."ln,'-: ...
ought tn liai a been secured, wasl
neglected by the oflleo boy. lly that
way the marauder entered. In his
depredations ho did not utilize tho
electric lights, but lit matches to show
tho way as nau evident from tho burnt
ends strewed ciery where.
About 3 n. m. Mrs. Cooper, from the
cottage next door, heard tho ringing
of the omco hell from someone tread -
Ing on tho clectrlcmat. She did not
arouso her husband, fearing that the.
Intruder might ho a desperate charac'
ter and draw a bead on an ono Inter
fering with his rampage. The doctor
UBitia una nn, us no uub u .i c.i,
specimen of revolving firearm, procur -
ed specially for saluting unwelcome
Dr. Sloccett was made 144 noorer by
tho visit to his place. It might hava Captain Onrdner was sent to Kahulul.
,,.. ... ,,,,. . . i,ii ,iii ,- , As ho did not arrlio In Kahulul until
been $15. only a bhlnlng doUar was un-1 M) ,1()1rg af,er ,no 8cIloo;lcr llail loft
accountably overlooked. Entranco In for Klla,l)npai joi,IIBOn ,u,i not n,10w
this case wan through a back window,' j,e Was no longer tho skipper. Ho re
the burglar using n sewing machine celled tho nows nt Kaanapall.
cabo to reach It. Exit was through a "As to Captain Johnson's contention
front window, Tho doctor's desk was. that tho Walalua cannot mnTio tho
forcid open with n sharp Instrument. ' ""'"'J V1!' in,a wTk'B ,,lm,(' J wn,l!'1
Burnt matches piofusely distributed
here also Indicated the burglar's con
tempt for moro modern Illuminating
Ship your packngua to tho States by
WELLS, FARGO & GO.
Tho next stenmer will be tho
VENTURA, DECEMBER 31,
News Comes By Mauna
Loa. of Waialua's
CAPTAIN SOUGHT SAFETY
AT KAANAPALI MAUI
Statement By E. 0. Carrera, Agent
Says a Week is Time
Enough to Make Round
Tho Mauna Loa brought this morn
ing tho complete details of tho arcl
dent which happened to the paial
schooner Walalua on Wednesday last.
News was bi ought by tho I.ctnia jos-
ttrday that she had probably gono
aihoro at Kaanapall. As a matter, of
lact, alio leally did.
Ihu Walalua started out from la-
laupapa 'lucsday afternoon.
Alter having been out but a snort
time tho schooner, In command of Cap
tain Johnson, tho new skipper, met
with rough weather, thb wind blowing
strong from the northeast. Captain
Johnson decided It would bo best for
him-to seek shelter at once, and so ha
made for Kaanapall, which port was
reached the same night.
As luck would havo It, tho wind
veered to tho westward and the Wala
lua was soon piled up on tho reel.
Word was sent to the tug Leslie Ilald
win, which arrived tho next day and
succeeded In getting the schooner olt
without much trouble.
Captain Johnson camo down In tha
Mauna Loa today, he having resigned
command of the schooner and left her
lr tho hands of Captain tlardne!. who
was formetly on thu steamer Upolu
which piled between this port and Ilo
i.dpu. Captain Johnson Is very som
over the whole pioposltlon. Ho states
tLat ho resigned because the agents
of tho schooner told him to make thu
trip from Kahulul anc return In a
week. Ho states that this cannot ba
dene in a schooner like the Walalua. '
When tho .Iauna Loa passed Kaa
nnpall, thS schooner was not there, so
It Is supposed that shn has continued
on her trip to tho leper settlement
with tho much needed palals.
Tho Walalua seems to be somewhat
of a hoodco. Notlung ago, tho forme!
ci.ptaln w as" discharged for certain Ir
regularities In the matter of carolns
palals to the sctuoincnt. A fortnight
or so ago there, was a big howl at thu
Heard of Health meeting because Sil
pirintendent lies nobis had written
aown that the Walalua was several
davs ovcrduo and that tho nathes at
line settlement weio suffering for the
want or their dally food. When the
Walalua did arrive, some of tho palal
vas spoiled. Now tho Walalua has,
an a climax, tho misfortune of going
nfdiore, nnd the captain has resigned
What Is to bo dono In tho matter will
bo decided on later.
Howuver, ono thing has certainly
been proven by tho unsuccessful
working of tho schooner Walalua, and
that Is tho fact that tho lepers of the
settlement should not ho made to trust
to tho winds for the food that is max
ncccsfinry to them. Sometimes tlu
schooner arrive anil sometimes It
will not When the latter Is tho case,
the Gov eminent loses monej, the peo
ple nt tho settlement suffer, and there
Is nil manner ot trouble.
Dr. Sloggett struck tho We) note,
wien, at a recent meeting, ho mado
tho statement that a steamer for the
Hoard of Health was a necessity. With
a stonmei, the Hoard would be Inde
pendent and tho people at tho settle
ment would get their meals regularly,
E. O, Can era, secretary of tho Ha
uallan N'nlgntlon Compnny, Limited,
who has been very zealous In trvlng
to nssuw tno Hoard or Health the
. '. waiaiua nau aneacij neiiiereu
her COO palals at Kalaupapa and was
not starting out from Kahulul. as has
been Incorrectly reported. Tho cap
tain got out Into thu channel nnd de
rided that, on nt count 6f tho very bad
weather, coupled with a stror north
cas. wind, ho would put Into Knana
pall for salcty. Th.i, was on Christ
mas night. Instead of Tuesday, Ho
cast anchor there. It was soon notlc
je(I tnat tll0 ttml lm(1 Bheil t0 the
southwest, drcat lollers dashed In
nnd tho schooner w us soon on tho reef,
Tho I.csllo Ilaldnln was Kent for and,
at 3:30 o'clock on tho morning of tho
Sfith. tho Walalua was hauled off Into
v'-vji tiMitit aiiv-iu UVIU iu KUDO UIIM
I f.ru-.t uuluc FPl.i.ian ufAri nn tr.nl u nrwl
, ,iamau0 waS very slight.
' ,t S o'clock of tho same morning
Cnptaln (luriincr took chargo and snll
rd tho Walalua to Kahulul. Captain
Johnson was dismissed by mo and
say that, hairing extremely bad weath
er, tins can bo dono tight along.
THREE INSANE PliOPLK.
Tlio Mauna Ltta brouKht nmonR her
deck pafcsonscra from Kau, three In-
... tlArlliniine.. I.. ..... .a .nllta
fill II C t UI 111 fa 11 1. PU HI IIUH Jit U 1 JIUIIt lh
nflkcr. They nro Julia Itocla, Ilab-
blnu Costa and Manuel P. Tolxle'ra and
all thi.e were committed to the nsylum
by Judge Wnlpullanl. Tho unfortunate
Pnitugucso hava been removed to thu
SPOKE IJM MUli ROYAL .
ni riiii I ii i iiiiiiITh
HOME RULERS EXPRESS .
DIFFERENCE OF OPINION
Prince Jonah Kalanlanaole Would
Have Restriction, Not Exclusion
-Mrs, Wilcox Has a Few
Another meeting of the Republican
Home Hule party was nclu In Koster
Hall last evening for the transaction
of various matters of business. Sever
al names were considered for vacan
cies on the executive committee, but
no dcflnlto action was taken. Thu
names under discussion were as fol
lows: George Marknam, John. Holt.
John Wise, Morris K. Keohokalolc and
Tho committee appointed to make
annngements tor the big ratlllcatlon
meeting, leported progress. Invita
tions havo already been sent to (low
crnor Dole, luo Republican, Sccretarv
II, K. Cooper, Chief Justice Krear.
Associate Justice t-crry, Associate)
Justice Ualbralth, Judge Humphreys,
Judge Kstee and Judgo Hoblnson, Col
Thomas Fitch, K. II. McClanaban and
many others, to bo present at tha
meeting. Answers havo not yet been
Tho answer from Washington to
the resolution relating to the vxclu
slon of Chinese, was read and a dU
cusslon was precipitated. Prlnco Jo
iinhMvatunlnnnolo said ho was In fa
or of restriction, not absolute cxclu
slon. In his mind, theru should b
soma special provision by which Chi
ncso could be brought Into the Tcrri
tory to work on the plantations. Ho
strongly objected to Chinese or Japan
ese competing with n whitn man or a
Hawaiian in work of a skilled nature.
With Held work, It was different,. To
tal exclusion would work a great hard
ship to tho country.
John Emmcluth spoko strongly In
favor of exclusion nnd Mrs. Wilcox had
a five minute say In fnvor of allowing
enough Chinese to como Into tho coun
tr to work the plantations.
On Monday evening next thcro will
Lo n special meeting uf tho central
committee tn consider varloi.n Inipor'
tant matters. At that time final ar
rangements for thu grand raUUcaJlon
meeting wli. bo made.
MD II KM IP
The Mauna Loa airlvcd from Hawaii
aud Maul ports this morning, bringing
a small cargo of sugar. She reports
ver disagreeable weather along the
Kan coast. Following Is the report of
Purser Win. Slmerson:
"I'lne weather nlong Hamakua coast.
Little rain. I'lne weather nnd smooth
sens nlong Kati coast from the day of
arrival until two days after, when It
became very rough. We were to havo
brought bark half of Punnluii freight
and all the lumber but, on Wednesday
afternoon, the sens moderated a little,
affording the opportunity of landing all
the freight and lumber. Owing to tho
rough ecus and rain at Kau, we were
unable to get a good load of sugar. II.
A. C. Co. will stop grinding In a day
or two, to shut donn for from four to
The Mauna Loa brought the follow
ing cargo: 138 bags sugar, ID;' bags
coffee, 222 bags taro, 17 bags awa, 137
bags bananas, 2C kegs butter, 13 bbls
pnl, 22 pigs and 229 pkgs sundries
Thcro were 47,000 bags of sugar left
at 11. A. Co. nnd 1S35 "Diamond" II In
THE CORNIOT ESTATE.
r. A. Schaefer. trusteo of tho estnlu
of A. A. Corntot, deceased, has filed
Ms annuil account, ho received
I1U70 05 nnd paid out JlW7.iS, nud
out of tho balance, of $8J2.'JO iniested
two in Ilnwallan (lovcrnmcnt bonds,
leaving a cnbh lulanco of (L'J.'JU. Ihu
li.ientory shows tho estate to consist
of fco simple Btoro piopcrty nt Klug
nnd Hlicr strcits, Honolulu, nnd In
WEtmcntH In bonds and mortgages of
B0BR8 CLAIM 34,000
Pnrls, Dec. 10 A morning paper
I'fio assertH that Commandant General
llctha has leported to Kruegor that lie
Us 21.000 armed men, 10,000 being
Capo Colony recruits.
New York, Dec. II.. Elolf, Krueger's
diandson, has sailed from Holland for
l.ourenzo Mnrquez with Intent to ox
amino the military situation In South
Aliica, and lf.it should bo fouud ad-'
visanio to alio tor peace on tho broad
lino of autonomy under tho Urltlsli
rag similar to that cnlovcd by Can
n'da, sas a dispatch to tho Tribune
The adjourned meeting of tho Gov
crnoi's council to consider tho Will
klkl route of tho Rapid Transit tracks
did not materialize this morning. Gov -
ernor S. II. Dole, Attorney General E.
P, Dole, Superintendent of Public
lent or Public
Works J II. lloyd and
of Lauds E, M. llojd
tnco In tho executlv
Private Secretary Haw
own office and said there was no meet
ing of tho council
In the Police Court this forenoon.
William ICcola an express vvugon driv
er charged with heedless driving, by
a Portuguese hnckdrlver, was ills-
I'lMe"-" .. w ... if infill l
t. charged with keeping his saloon
timgeil tiio caso or j, m. Tlininn-
' "'"" I'"8' Lrclio" t,mo ,n
, li' 3l J.
U)lh lUnrK"il with ilmnltonneas. foil
felted ball on account of non appeit-
Dtimtll LAW Km
Fight to Finish on Law
Points in Federal
EVIDENCE OF ASSESSOR
THE BONE OF CONTENTION
Defendant Wins Hard Fought Struggle
Annual Leasehold Value of
Land Given as
There was a battle roial In tho forum
f .!, Ilnf..l BIlo. Hl.lrl.l f'r. Il,ll
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morning. The forensic gladiators were
rcucral Attorney uunno nnd rormcr . " i,-t SlOfiOO woul.I have been
Judge Sllllmon, the latter colchcd toln of -tUnrt $10,000 oul.l he been
,.u. u ...b..i r.llu. u, ... ,....,..,
Dcput) Assessor Frank
left over on the witness stand from
vestcrday afternoon and It camo Judgo
Sllllman's turn to cross-examine
The crucial point that camo to Issue at
tho outset was whether
Mr. Arcncr i
were a competent witness as an expert
of the value of the Honolu u PtaBU-, , . c,Icllln(tl, ,. ttt0 or irce
ft.li Conipanys leasehold at V.irlHar.tIl0H!nn(1 ......
bor condemned by the United State Th ,nnoo , ... h ,,, ,()t fl
for nava station purposes. , m of he , ..... ,,
Tho witness for one thing was asked ,,,, Ulc ta , .v1, ,,
how many tons of cano to the acre tho wM ,, h from ,3S0 (o ,. ,
land would produce When this wa. ,,.,, Iow c0 n(tcr 10 ulR
ruled out, the question tame of how cps t)mt ,m.c hfen ,,, for Mana
many tons of cano would produce a i(,nrg tMxt annexation of Hawaii
ton of sugar. I to the United States.
Mr. Dunne not only objected but. .,,,, ,lt,wg romn ag n t ,)0fm ,
strenuously protested ngalnst the at- of Honoltilittaio smoke r egulnrl).
tc-mptrd lino of cross-exninliia Ion as , Inpn e v of ,,tl. a ,,,
"lrrlnini ImmntiVFl'il afniiln t lj nnil
:':... ;. : : :,:::: ::::.: Lrzz.p' mmcy 'urlnB a jeor.
remote." with n whole lot of connecting
Judge Estce sustained (ho objection,
Insisting that defendant must
proie that the land had ever produc
ed a crop of cane. Tho Court observed
that this question had all been thresh
ed out and ruled upon In the nishop
Mr. Sllllm'an. however, stuck to hit
contention like a dog to a root. Hn
said this caBe was on a different balsa
entirely from tho Illshop Estate- case,
besides ho was not Ip that case.
"But you wcro present In tho court
room nnd heard the rulings."
Mr. Sllllman held to their being i
difference nnd said he had law to show
for tho position ho assumed.
Judge Estee replied that he might
havo law. There was a law of Penn
sylvania bearing on this subject which
nas found to be unconstitutional. Also
there was a law of this Territory pro
viding that compensation under tin
law of eminent domain should be tha
assrsied valuation and twenty per cent
sdded. This was unconstitutional be
cause It was a transgression of Judicial
(unctions by the Legislature. How
ever, let counsel produco his law.
Mr. Sllllman forthwith quoted Unit
ed Stntes Supreme Court by tho page.
After a score of passages at arms be
tween himself and Mr. Dunne, with tin
Court tossing n nugget now In one stiles
of tho stalo and again In tho other aa
oltl,r., nnrtv -ni-no,! II ll... ,tfAn,!l.nt
was allowed to get at'l.ls point by a
slightly altered route and came , Mr.
Dunne g privilege to note exceptions.
Mr. Slllliuan eventunlly brought tha
Itness ifi to tho point of proving that
ho was competent to forecast the land's
lleld In Biigar. There he was left, tin
rest of tho eildtnco on that score To
bo obtained from later witnesses.
Mr Archer's testimony went far
enougu 10 recoru ins estimate or tne
... ... ...
annunl value of tho leasehold to be
At one point In tho legal scrimmage
Mr. Sllllman pleaded with almost pa-
thou that all he wanted was Justice.
"And that's all joti'll get here," wn
the Courts rejoinder.
A whlto man emplojed by tho Dairy
mrn's Association complained nt the
police station this forenoon that he had
been robbed of his watch. Ho sus
pected his room-mate, another cmplojo
of the association who had been dis
charged last night. Tho pollco started
out ou a still hunt and tho suspected
man was caught on Ilcthcl street. Ho
fcas taken to tho pollco station for In
vestigation Upon searching tho fel
low, the lost watch was found. The
peculiar part of tho whnlo thing Is that
tho two men wero the very best of
friends up to the time of thd dlBchargo
Jof tho one who took tho watch.
M D ITh
The Merchants Tared Delivery
Delivers packages to nny
part of the city for lOo up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all partB of the United
BtatcR nnd Riirnpa.
omco. inn netbei st..
opposite Honolulu Mnrkot
OPEN CVENINCS UNTIL 10 P. M.
JIAYE BIG CONSIGNMENT
Something Like $10,000, Saved on
Last Lot and Between $2,000
and $3,000 on Another
Lee Toma & Co., Ltd , tho big to
bacco dealers of the city arc handing
out choice Manila cigars to their (
friends today for, by the recent ruling
of the Treasury department based onj
tho Supreme Court decision on the
Philippine Islands, which came by tho
Peru jestcrday, they find they hnvo
saved thousands of dollars nnd can
therefore afford to be generous.
The last shipment received In bond
by Lee Toma & Co , Ltd , contalnod
200,000 Manila cigars and eight hales
of tobacco leaf which, when transform-
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Send the weekly edition of the But-
Irtln tn vnur fr enrit. fjnlv St a vinr.
Bulletin Is the Urcest and beat pub-1
tlahed In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pagas. $1 a year,
MR. WITH IS HI
THE EXPERT FORESTER
SENT FROM WASHINGTON
inS Visits Of InSpSCtiOn On This
Island-Goes to Maui and
E. M. (HiflUh, tho expert forester,
nrrlied In tho Peru. This forenoon ,,ot run this olllco on politics," he ndd
ho was escorted by Wroy Tajlor. Com- (.,i ng ,nc reporter took Ms leavo.
inlsslouer ot Agrlc ulturo and forestry. I , .
to tho forest nursery In Niiunnu val
ley. Mr. (Irlfllth was highly pleased
with the conditions of thrift and
rled giowth, as well as tho scenery
u " ""J- -"""llillliu will UU V ISUCO
, ""' 'x""t ,fotor u,"" afternoon
,? kuWri'S, ftSX
Tnnlalua. in company with Director
Jnrcd U. Smith.
On Mouda next Mr. Griffith will
leavo In tho steamer iiaudlne for n
' Mslt to t1.10 loroKts on Maul. Ho will
bi attended on tho trip by David
Haiigbs, tho Territorial forester. Thoy
will go to Hawaii tho following week.
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iir (Jrllllth Is a Yale graduate and
rImIIpiI forestry in i.ermnny. lib
pi liont tour, taken by direction of tho
Donartmcnt of Agriculture, Washing
ton, will extend to Japan and the Phil
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition la three cents to all
parts of the Statea.
Wo havo a largo stock of tho excel'
lent goods, which wero JubI receiied
and can sny that they are bettor than
over, All) ono who has worn n pair of
these shoes knows what that means.
, Those who halo not found n shoo
that glics them satisfactory wear and
comfort wo suggest that thoy try tho
Hamilton & Brown.
NEAT FITTING, STYLISH, and
THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
You can get them only at
Manufacturers Shoe Store
I05T PORT KT.
MR. DINE IS IT
Attorney General Dole
HE HIMSELF BROUGHT
MR. DUNNE TO HAWAII
Could Not Get Good Timber Here
I for Assistant attorney General's
I Salary Recommended by
This morning's Advertiser chuckles
over me turning uonn oi .wr. kuiiih
UMled States District Attorney be
over the turning donn of Mr. Dunnu
". " 'l sa. ' a antl-Dol
Dunne as an anti-Dole man?
Attorney General E. P. Dole was thus
n,iirr..,i i, n llullctln remirter today.
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.V,e ,t nil' una fh nmiifi!itl- fitia.
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wer or tno Attorney ticncra . who avid
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eil that he had nut seen tho dvcr
"You brought him here, did ou
pot?" was next asked.
"I did," came the reply. "I don't
I mind letting J ou see what I wroto to
Mr. Dole produced his letter hook
and read the following extract from
the letter In question, stating that it
was written tinder date of October Ij.
"Of course, other things being equal.
It would prefer a man who has Hied
here some tears, mid as this Is a Ho
publican administration 1 would prefer
a Ilepubllcan. I do not know what
. your politics arc, but my first aim la to
administer the affairs ot the oflleo as
economically, efficiently and Justly as
'Tho rest Is a discussion of the du
ties ot the otnee," remarked Mr. Dole.
I "Yes, It was the office of Assistant At
Itorncy General. Mr. Dunne ncted in
that capacity for some time. Including
his Bervlre ns counsel for thejOovcrn
ment before the Klre Claims Commis
sion." Mr. Dole, having stated that he did.
not know Mr. Dunne before offering
him tho position, was asked what put
him on him. Reputation?
"Yes,"' was tho answer. "Ho was
recommended to me by Judge Eatco
and others ns a square man and one
of tho best law i era on tho Pad do
Coast. I tent for Mr. Dunno solely be-
rnuBC l cuiuu not gri liuu kuui ui uui
ber hero for tho salary appropriated
by the Legislature, and I found him all
that I had been led to expect."
"Hohas never shown any antagonism
toward tho Hawaiian goiernmeut?"
was finally asked.
"Not the slightest," the Attorney
rtpnprnl ili.plnrni1 ilth anlrlt 'f ,ln
. noys Ilut Late.
r TBa ""d NI'ikL two Japanese boys,
aged 13 jears, were arrested at about
12:30 o'clock this morning for a viola
tion of tho "Curfew" law. In the Po
lice Court this forenoon, they atatcd
that they had been to (ho Japanese
theater and had roamed the streets for
i about an hour afterwards. Iloth tha
bojs' parents nre In Kauai and they
arc Btnjlng nt tho homo of a mala
friend In the city. This friend was call
ed before Judgo Wilcox and ha and
the bo)B wcro reprimanded soicrcly.
The latter were then discharged.
Hov. Oil! or P. Emerson will ml
ill ess tho regular afternoon meeting
of tho Y. M. C. A. on Sunday nt
i o'clock. Subject. "Tho Jntroductlon
of Jesus." A welliinown locnllst
from Portland. Mrs. Agatha Kelly, haa
premised to sing, nnd Professor Cook
will preside at tho piano. All young
men nro Inilted to bo preaent."
$3,00 TO $4,50.