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Vol. XV. No. 2716
Governor Calls For- ;
. Expression of
Tor the purpose of. securing lnilw -
lnudeiit opinions In regard to tbc best
method of procedure In tho present
tlnanclal situation," said Governor Car
ler this forenoon, "Secretary Atkinson
mid 1 liae selected tinea men ct but
lncb3 In tho city, whose opinions wo
nt present know nothing of, to meet
with us and talk over tho Territory's
"Tho Hnunclal situation Is a serious
une and I feel that we should view all
sides and hear all suggestions.
VI want to hear tho views of men
who are not especially Identified wllu
any particular policy, business men
who will freely express their opinions
and discuss needs and remedies,
"Consulting with men whose opin
ions are well -Known would not prove
the same aid to arriving at a solution
of the present difficulties, as will a
comparison of Ideas and exchange of
thought with men whose attitude In
ccitaln matters has not been known
"Yes, a discussion of the present sit
uation will naturally Include a consid
eration of whether It Is necessary to
call the Legislature In extraordinary
"Independent thought In this mat
ter will greatly assist tbo administra
tion. I want to get nt what the busi
ness men and others, non-partlzan as
far as my knowledge of their opinions
Is concerned, think the best thing to
do under the circumstances,
Understand, of course, that' this ,
conference is merely a discussion for
the sake of developing plans and hear
ing suggestions, whatever opinion Is
arrived ut by the gentlemen Mr. Atkin
son and I have asked to meet us, Is
not necessailly a conclusion, Is not a
bcltleiuent of the matter; Is not neccs
surlly final by any means.
"Should we fall to derive! any satis
faction from the conference 'with the
three gentlemen selected; should no
definite opinion be arrived at, then we
will probably ask a larger number of
lepresentatlvc men, men whose opin
ions are now unknown to us, to meet
find put forward their Ideas.
"I don't want, In a matter of this
Idnd, so much to consult with men
who will say: "We're with you Govern
or) Go, ahead, wo agree with you!'
us with those who. Irrespective of pol
Icles or set principles, will Independ'
vntly volco their own sentiments on
, tho proposition and state the reasons
lor their convictions. So will the ad
ministration bo asststedln rcitchlng a
conclusion In regard to how to go
"A commltteo of tho Chamber of
Commerce has requested that they bu
Informed as to the present financial
standing of the Government and they
SUITS THAT SI)IT
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I I the wearer's purse bear this ' I I
I I famous mark I I
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1 A BENJAMIN ready -to-
IB wear Suit MU8T fit you per- Ml
I fectly because It It meatured If
IV on a model of your figure, m I
IB exactly at though made to ml
I 1 B your order. The fabrics art m I
(I B rich, exclusive, and all-wool, . I
1 B well-thrunk In the BENJAMIN H I
I B plant by special process be- I
1 B fore triey are cut The tailor- I
JB Ing la executed In 'sanitary II
'AW workroomt by salaried artl- Lkk
rf ABjf ans not by hasty, slovenly wBB
I BBr piece-workers. BBBJ
ajHW A guarantee with every garment. PmJ
TdTTWfL We are Sole 8ellert here. (Agent) ,0,
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. ask to ba notllled before any decision
No details aro ready for giving out
In the matter of cutting expenses In
the various departments of the Gov
ernment to put expenditures Insldo tho
Income. Tho Auditor s Department Is
going over and synthesizing the state'
J monts of tho different departments,
getting them in shape lor the nnai con
sideration of tho Executive.
Somo of tho cuts, It Is said, will
provo a surprise. In ono or two de
partments It will be practically Impos
sible to reduce expenses.
Secretary Atkinson has been going
over figures with Superintendent J. D.
McVeigh; there Is said to bo little
room for retrenchment In his Held of
This afternoon tho three gentlemen
selected by Carter and Atkinson will
meet these officials In the Capitol.
The Insurance on the Qus Schuman
Company repository and Its contents,
burned some days ago, bas been ad
Justed. Tho local company loses about
(2000 and tho Studebaker Company
comes out about even.
Damages so far as the Schumnn Com
puny have been agreed on at (13,400,
this applying to the carriages and car.
rlage goods alone. Out of this about
(600 was saved on vehicles, etc., pulled
cut of the flro. Tho Insuranco amounts
The Studtbakcr Company has Insur
ance In the sum of $1500 and the dam
ages agreed to amount to $1740. The
raving was between three and four
hundred dollars, so that the Stude
baker Company loses nothing.
The building was only about two
thirds destroyed. The damages agreed
on amount to $1173 and the Insurance
APRIL TERM CALENDAR.
Clerk P. D. Kellett. of Judge Do
Dolt's court Is now at work on the
April" term calendar for the First Cir
cuit. Next term's jury lists have been
arawn and are out for service.
Thero will be a meeting of Hawart
Chapter, No. 1, Order of Kamehamcha,
In Foster Hall at 7:30 o'clock this eve
ning. Every member Is expected to
J.. D. Avery has been admitted to
practice in the District Courts.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII THURSDAY, MAKOH 17. 1904
Merchants May Take
SOMETHING NEEDED TO
COUNTERACT HULA HULA
BUSINESS MEN LIKELY TO TAKE
UP .MATTER WITHIN NEXT
FEW DAYS BEROER'S
Fred. W. Macfarlane, who, when an
Hawaiian exhibit at the St. Louis Ex
position was deemed assured, was ap
pointed commissioner in charge there
of, stated this forenoon that It was his
Impression that within the next fow
days somo action would probably bo
taken by representatives of the bust
ncss community toward having thl
Territory represented in some appro.
prlatc manner at the World s Fair this
year at St, Louis.
A question as to what Mr, Macfar
lane thought of Captain Berger's prop
osition to take the band to St. Louis
at tho expense of the Exposition,
brought forth a remark to the above
"On the midway," said Mr. Macfar
lane. "thero will be the Inevitable hula
dancers and "This way for the Hawaii
an exhibit!' will be the cry.
'If there Is no legitimate, really rep
resentative Hawaiian exhibit, natural
ly hundreds of uninformed persons will
In taking in tbc hula dance, go away
with the Impression that the hula hula
1m representative of the Hawaiian
"Such a show will do the country
more harm than good. People will not
seriously consider coming to Hawaii
tc fettle and Invest If they have no
other Inducement than thj Impression
that we are all hula dancers downhere.
"The majority of people on the
mainland know little or nothing of Ha
waii beyond that there Is such a place
on the map.
, ?rC ST1! 'If ,Bon,cthJnK ,n,t st-1 Seattle March 7. That she waa late In
Louts to offset the hula on the midway. tarrlvng hero , due to tho fuct lhdt
'Certanly if Captain Ilerger can ,ho 8truck a flerc0 storm on ncr way
arrange It with the exposition author-'down
I1'!8.' f.hI"'.eS,enc.e . ,he .T"!torl"1l The' Texan had fair weather the first
i. n. in . i - J J
It open, will materially offset tho evil
effects of the hula exhibition.
"I think Uerger's Idea la a splendid i
one and hope he will carry it through.
The band would be a great advertise-,
I, ,iii .t . i ,i . .
t .....in iiiui iu utv iicxi iew uays
tho mei chants may take some action
In regard to an Hawaiian exhibit. Un
less Hawaii Is represented this country
will miss the opportunity of a life
Grand Jury To
Territorial grand Jury will make Its
final report to Judge Robinson at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
This afternoon the last session Is be.
Ing held and the report completed.
Roport will Include a wind-up of tho
House, "vouchers" matter and recom
mendations In regard to tho existence
of alleged houses of III fame. Several
Indictments in miscellaneous matters
Upbn the discharge of tho grand
Jury members will bo required In the
Jones murder trial and a special venlro
Vk III lbsue Tor them to appear and bo
examined ns to their qualifications to
Tho Moann hotel will glvo Us regular
Informal dance tomorrow (Friday)
Depends on the ability of the opera
tor. Long experience, up-to-date
methods and careful work have
shown our ability to make the best
portraits of old and young.
Rice & Perkins. Photograptiers
Have your Goods! Shipped by
WELLS, FARGO & 00.
Tel. Blue 631.
Associated Press Special Cable.
CHEFOO, China, March 17. Viceroy Alexieff hat confirmed the report
of the damage done the defences and town at Port Arthur by the Japanese
fleet He denies the statement of damage done by fire.
Duke of Cambridge Dead
'Associated Prosa Special Cable
LONDON, England, March 17. The Duke of Cambridge It dead.
H SFEAMER TEXAN
Is Forced To Heave To
On Account of
THROWN THREE LOOKED
MILES OUT OF COURSE
VARIOUS PARTS OF VE88EL WERE
8MASHED ROLLED TERRI
BLY AND STORM RACKS
The American-Hawaiian steamship
Texan arrived from 'tacoma and Seat
tle this morning utter a terrific voyage.
rl'tiA Tnvan loft Tonnmn tnr,-ti A nml
y out of Seattle. On the second day
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,,Mgtl to be the ack BUl of th Alucr.
k.an.Httwnllan fleet tho storm wag But.
illclent to cause ber considerable trou-
When It reached Its worst point
tbc great steamship was forced to
heave to. She was thrown about 3U0
mites out of her course.
The steamship rolled to an anglo of
33 degrees. Monster waves kept wash
lug over her decks so that ut times it
was Impossible for anyone to venture
on even the upper deck during part of
the time. The hurricane force of the
storm smashed several doors, the cas
ing of the pump was reduced to splent
crs, while tho crockery suffered great
While tho storm was at Its height
tho ship rolled to such a degree that
not even the stoim racks could be
kept on tho saloon table. Somo of the
oilers and coal passers had to sleep
iu tho engine room as It was Impos
sible for tlicin to reach their rooms on
the upper deck on uccouut of tho mon
strous waves which swept the decks
and made it u foolhardy thing to ven
ture, on deck.
Tho Texan was ducked ut tho mnuka
end of the rallio.id wharf nt about S
o'clock. Sho brings u cargo of ubout
4000 tons for Island Jiurts. It Is ox-
pected that she will bull for Kahultil
next Monday, The Texan will take
8000 tons of sugar for New York from
this poit, 2000 tons from Kahultil and
2000 tons from Hllo.
MAY DISCOUNT WARRANTS, .
On behalf of a client, the Watcrhouse
Trust Co. Is now looking lutb tho stat
us of registered government warrants.
The idea 1b to toko over theso war
rants at tho regular bankers' discount
If it Is found that tho company or Its
client will bo properly protected.
Tho matter of flvo per cent and pay
ment In November as well asJho use
of the warrants on government dues,
outsldo of taxes, ure among tho points
Following aro tlio San Francisco
stock quotations sent to tho Henry
Watcrhouse Trust Co., Ltd.: Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar, JIG. DO; Honokaa,
$12.25; Makauell, $21.10.
I Judge. Dickey this morning sent
, three newsboys to tho Reform School
i for the rest of their minority for gam-
uung. ine coys, jonn .Martin, Joo
Sllva and John Madetros, had been
playing a gamo called "Chinaman".
This afternoon tho Judge, changed his
decision, fining tho boys $5 and costs
A Democratic Club was orgnnlzed In
the Tenth Precinct of tho Fifth Dis
trict last evening. Tho meeting was
held at tho Queen's premises nt Pa
lama. K. J. Testa was elected chair
man of tho cluli. This Is the second
Democratic club formed In the Fifth
District. Some fifty voters signed tbo
Tho action of tho Homo Rule Exec
utive Committee In voting Curtis Ian
kea out of the chairmanship was to
day confirmed at a session held In
Homo Rule headquarters. It Is re
ported that thero was a hot time
among tho commltteo members, but
tho old-timers finally won out. Charles
Notlcy Is mentioned as laukea's prob
A fire Inquest was held this after,
noon to Investigate tho cnuse of tho
flro In Lau Choy's store on Nuuanu
street last Saturday morning. Flro
Underwriter (lurrcy stated that he had
found several books seemingly satur
ated with kcroseno on tho premises.
Lau Chip carried $5500 Insurance In
three policies, two of which had been
taken up In February. Tho inquest
was adjourned until later without a
verdict being rendered.
Exhausting the last special venire
this afternoon, the Jones murder trial
goes over until tomorrow morning,
when the grand Jurors will bd avail
able. Jos. Aea was excused for lack
of Rngllsh; Jns. Armstrong, as being
opposed to the death penalty. Henry
Cooke passed for cnuse. Defense per
emptorily challenged Kmll A. Hermit.
Nine pcrcmptorles remain.
New lines of Fine
Just arrived and will be sold at
from $1.25 to $2.00 while they last.
Levingston & CO.,
Young Bldg,, 1071 Bishon Street
Destroyer Blown Up
By Russian Mine
(Associated Press Special Cable.
CHEFOO, China, March 17. The Russian torpedo-boat destroyer Skorrl
hat been blown up by coming In contact with one of the mines In the harbor
at Port Arthur.
Of Korean Neutrality
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 17. The Russian Government does
not regard the attitude of Korea at that of a belligerent Russia taket the
position that notwithstanding the freedom of action of the Japanese forces
within Korea, the Government It not In tympathy with Japan.
CUSTOMS DUTY ON SUGAR
TOKIO, Japan, March 17. It Is believed that In the new scheme for
raising revenue, the only customs duty levied will bo on sugar.
MARE ISLAND, Cal, March 17 Commander William E. Sewetl died
here today. Commander Sewell, who was Naval Governor of Guam, arrived
here recently on board the U. 8. S. Supply. He wat tufferlng from a compll
cation of diseases contracted while serving In the tropics.
8EOUL, Korea, March 17. Marqult Ho arrived at Seoul today,
hold an Important conference with the Korean authorities.
GEN. KUROPATKIN'8 HEADQUARTERS.
LIAO YANG, China, March 17 General Kuropatkln, commanding the
Russian land forces, will make his headquarters here.
REAR ADMIRAL REED RETIRED.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 17.
Rear Admiral and retired.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 16.
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Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
PmoK 5 Gbnth
-Capt. A. V. Reed hat been appointed a
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Is worn by people who
are obliged to be out
in the weather. Keeps
their feet dry without
rubbers. Just the shoe
for carmen railroad
men, plantation men