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NO LIVE MERCHANT ALLOWS BUYERS TO WANDER AROUND HAPHAZARD
Prom 8in Francisco:
Sonoma Dec. 20
Manchuria Dec. 23
Alameda ..Dec. 29
For 8an Francisco:
Coptic Dec. 22
America Maru l..Dec. 29
Mlowcra . , Jan. 13
Moana Jan. 10
WHAT KIND OF FINANCIER
ARE YOU? C
m To tell a lot of ground for $50 lets
than It wand hrlnn If an were ix
nmwtrtmil In r4u 4 1 Ihh I. ! ..a., ..AM., ft
9 mon If not very wise financiering.
W NkW To aell a shop or ttore for m
$2,000 when SIO worth of advertli- t
I ing would have found the man will- K
L Ing to pay $500 more for It that li
near-sighted ' financiering.
1 3 :30 O'CLOCK
HE USES A BULLETIN AD AS A hLOT
lmu pMxk nt
Vol. XVII No. 3'2(i0
IP PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1905-10 PAGES
PllIOB 6 Ckxts
Says W. O. Smith, Should
Take Lawyers Along
CONGRESS WILL ASK QUESTIONS
Hon. W. O, Smith, naked today whe
ther ho would consider going to Wash
ington as ouo of a delegation of Ho
nolulu business men to urge, the pos
tage of a bill setting aside 75 per cent,
of tho Federal revenuo derived from
Haw nil for local Improvements, had
tho following to say:
"1 will not say positively that I
Mould not go hut I do not see how I
can possibly arrange It. I'm pretty
miro that I cannot get away.
"I'm familiar with such work In
Washington and like to work In Wash
ington, but I do not seo how I could
inanago to go, Hhrwild I ho one chosen
as a member of tho delegation.
"There arc plenty of other men and
I think they could go.
"Why such men or Judge II. K. Coo
ler, A, a. M. Itobertson, W. A. Kin
ney and Lorrln Thurston would be ex
cellent men to send. I'm In favor of
Bending on a delegation. I think that
liy all means wo should send on men,
lint wo should ho careful, I think, to
i.eo that men who go aro thoroughly
Informed nndjircpared to nnswer tho
questions hound to bo put to them In
lefcrence to this matter of Federal rev
enuo being turned to local use.
"Wo should Bend, I think, at least
one man, with the rest, who Is thor
oughly Informed in regard to our land
system nnd laws, who is familiar with
the applications of the Organic Act,
nnd who Is versed in local administra
"When Hawaii asks for "5 per cent,
of the Federal revenue here. Congress
men nro naturally going to. flro a lot
of questions at the delegation, not
fool questions, cither. They will want
to know what the Territorial income
Is, why tho cost of government hero Is
as high as It Is; what our population
is our citizenship; what the per cap
ita cost of government is and how it
compares with other States and Terri
tories; what our general conditions
and prospects are. We want men who
can answer these questions understand
"pgf your securities and valuables
are out of danger when placed for safe
keeping In one of our safe deposit
vaults. Be wise and rent a box" today.
The charge Is only
$5 A YEAR AND UP.
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Honolulu
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BATH ROBE3, Men's and Boys',
NIGHT ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
RUBBER COATS, Men's and Boys',
CRAVANETTE Rain Coats.
PAJAMAES, Men's and Boys',
TUXEDO AND FULL DRESS
Ingly; to show why It Is Hawaii needs
the money; to show that It naturally
costs more to ran this government,
where tho Territory Includes n num
ber of Islands, each hnvlng to have Kb
own set of officers and administration,
ns compared to tho cost of government
In place whoro one set of officers, for
example, can handle an area several
times larger than these Hawaiian Isl
ands. "Itobertson, Cooper, Thurston or
Kinney would do splendidly. If they
would bo willing to go. A lawyer Is
needed In tho delegation. Tho men I
mention have n.i had great expcrlcnco
nnd aro perfectly Informed. Any one
cf them would he able to present a con
vincing argument to Congress.
"Mr. F. M. Hatch, now In Washing
ton, Is an excellent rcprescntntlvo of
Hawaii's interests, but for some tlmo
he has not devoted all his attention to
the dctnlls of local developments, hav
ing oeen oincrwiso engaged.
"I do not think It necessary that a
delegation from Honolulu Khould re
main In Washington throughout the
session. It would bo well, according
to my idea, for us to cable Hatch and
find out Just when the Congressional
tommlttec8 having Territorial matterJ
lu hand, are to meet; then let our del
egation bo on hand in time -to appeal
leforo thoso committees.
"It makes but little dltfcrcucc who
ther thrco or flvo or more men go on
to Washington, but 1 would BUggcst
that one of the committee bo such a
man as is perfectly familiar with all
details of local government, finances
and sociology. Let the others be bus
iness men. This is a most Important
matter and wo should lose no time.
Chiefly wo need men to go who can in
n practical business way show Con
gress that Hawaii Is entitled to that
lor which sho asks.
as tho reporter left Mr. Smith, Mes
srs. W. W. Harris and J. A. Kenr.cdy,
of the committee appointed by the
Chamber of Commerce, and Merchants'
Association to select men as possible
delegates, presented themselves to sco
Mr. Smith. '
PRATT SUK GILBERT
Land Commissioner I'ratt has filed
an action for conversion, through the
Attorney General's Department against
Oswald St. John Gilbert. Ho asks for
Judgment In tho sum of $777.70, which
ho alleges Is the, value of 77 cords of
algeroba wood which Ollbcit had cut
on the Government lands at l.ualualcl,
and which ho carried away and con-
I verted to his own use.
CARTER JBACK SOON
Governor Carter is expected to ar
rive back from Hllo, for which port
ho left on board tho cruiser Chicago
yesterday afternoon, next Saturday
afternoon, as ho Intends to be present
at the funeral services of tho late II.
A. Isenbcrg. He is not expected-to he
In his office until after Christmas,
Hooleloku, who died In Palama two
weeks ago yesterday, was 103 years old.
Ho left a young widow, about SO. He
wpt ii-rn on K'aual In l'nfl.
SWEATERS, Men's and Boys'.
CHIRTS, all styles and patterns,
NECKWEAR, all styles.
HOSIERY, all styles.
SUITS. In fact everything you can ask
That an Injunction was not Instituted '
to restrain Territorial Treasurer Camp
bell from leaving Hawaii with the new
$750,000 bond Issue, to effect its sale
In tho East. Is due to Senator McCand
lcss' conviction that halt a loaf Is bet
ter than no lont at all. I
When Treasurer Campbell got away
In the Ventura the whisper floated
around that it had been planned to lire-,
vent tho bonds leaving the country, by '
Injunction proceedings. i
Senator McCandlcss said this morn
ing when teen by a Uullctln man;
"Yes, It is a fact that we anticipated
getting out an Injunction to restrain
tho Treasurer from taking the bonds
out of. the Territory to sell them. !
"Hut I came to the conclusion, after
mature deliberation and consultation,
with my attorneys, that oven If the
Governor had Been fit to violate the!
law nnd Ignore the wishes of the Leg
islature by refusing to contract the
lonn provided for. that was no reason
why I should Reek to prevent tho going
into enect of what the Governor hail
faoreil. I realized that Injunction
proi codings might Indefinitely hold up
the loan benefits nbout to be realized.
Whllo I believe that the Governor did
wrong, that he violated the law In re
dining the appropriations under the
contemplated loan, I made up my mind
that I would not stand in the way of
tho realization of thoso appropriations
remaining nfter the cut mado by the
Oocrnor. It would mean a great hard
ship. I believe that half a loaf Is bet
ter than no loaf at all.
"Nevertheless we were prepared In
tlmo. had wo so decided, to bring In
junction proceedings In the Territorial
coons, guing io me u. a. uisinci
Court If necessary, to prevent the
bonds going out of the country."
"No he did not need to have gone
off secretly," continued tho Senator,
referring to the Treasurer. "We vvould
have let him go on.
"I can tell you, however, the matter
came very close to being' brought Into
"We thought of bringing injunction
against the Governor to prohibit the
Issuance of the $750,000 bonds. I am
quite sure that this could havo been
done, and that It would havo been suc
cessful. "As a matter of fact, I think that
the Improvements which the Governor
cut out are tho most Important ones,
and tho ones which tho people want
tho most, and which tho Legislature
wanted. Tho ones which the Governor
wants to put through are the ouea
whlih he himself wunted only; the
others aro tho ones which tho Leglsla
turo and the people wanted."
Prices reduced for tho holidays. Now
On the motion of C. W. Ashford, at
torney for llhellant In the divorce suit
of Ella K. naker vs. Edward II. Maker,
Judge De Holt has ordered notice by
publication as the llhcltee Is not to be
Order a bunch at the WELLS FAR
GO office for the S, S. Alameda, due
to sail for the Coast on Jan. 3rd.
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS.
MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREI.'S
for In our line
If Kapaa Plan Fails
SCANDINAVIANS WANT TO SETTLE HERE
Even If the Kapaa deal falls through
It Is expected that tho Molokans can
still be Induced to Bcttlo In tho Islands.
The Government Is nt present contem
plating offering another tract of land
to them for settlement, If It Is found
Impossible to nrrango the Kapaa
scheme. Where this other placo Is has
not been given out, but It Is stated
that a certain place has been picked
out for the purpose.
Land Commissioner I'ratt this
morning expressed himself as being
doubtful that the negotiations between
Colonel Spalding and J. 11. Castle
would come to n satisfactory conclu
sion. Tho matter of advances which
Castle wnnted the Makee Sugar Co. to
give tho prospective settlers, and
which were no larger than those which
Nan Patterson, the Floradorn show
girl, on trial tome time ago In New
York for the alleged murder of Cncsai ,
Young, a rate horse man, and who la,
now Mrs. Leon J. Martin, had intended,
coming to Honolulu this winter and
spending the season here together wltll
her husband. Martin Is a promoter
lu the fall shortly after their mar
rlage they had nearly completed all ar
langements for a trip to Hawaii. Mis
Patterson rcicivcd a wedding present
of something flke $300u from a former
uilmlrcrl and this money, It is said,
was to have helped to pay the couple's
By chance the two decided to go U
6aa Juan, Porto Rico, Martin having
beard of a hotel proposition there. Ho
Is now In New York with his wife. II
Is possible that the pair will visit her
iliN FOR POSTOFFICE
James Stelncr of the Island Curio
Store on Fort street. Is agitating a sign
for the post office. Ho does not think it
would bo beneath the postofnclal dig
nity to hang out a shingle with the
legend "Postofnce" thereon. The cus
toms house bears a label, Tourists are
constantly being confused In attempt
ing to follow directions to the post
ofllco. Tho latest advlic to Inquirers
for the letter depot Is "next to the big
MlffiN PLIED REN SHIP REVIR
10 VJ 111 ID FOR WWAI
j: hopp & co. Furniture Store
in the Young Building will be
Fine display of Christmas
If io we can
We are expert repairers of Typewriters, Cash Registers, Compto
meters, Safes, and In fact of any mechanical device Involving the use
cf delicate or complicated mechanism. When anything goes wrong
with the works, Inform us and our expert will be with you In a verv
short time, and the chances arc, will adjust the trouble In a twinkling.
J. A. IVL JOHNSON CO,, LTD.,
nro genernlly given Japanese raising
cano under contract with the planta
tion, seemed to bo n stumbling block
In tho way of tho arrangements.
Tho Commissioner wns asked If It
was not possible that the Molokans
might decide to build a mill of tlilr
own If they could not arrange a grind
ing contract with tho Makee Sugar
"I can't say nbout thot," nnswerod
I'ratt. "You seo they would havo Io
wait eighteen months In that case, un
til the Makee company's lease on the
I "Is It not possible that they might
wait eighteen months' tlmo?" asked
(Continued on Page 4.)
The French ship Ernest Kcycr,
starting for Australia, was libelled to
day for wharfage by the Oahu Railway
Co. United States Marshal JloeniU
berved the papers after the smp bad
left the dock and she Is now anchored
outside tho harbor.
BATHS FOR SCABIES
At the meeting of the Hoard of
Health this afternoon the matter of
lenders for supplies for the leper set
tlement will be taken up. President
Plnkham will also give a more detailed
statement of his plan for Improving
the wash-house system, whleh he out
lined In a letter to Supervisor Lucas,
published In the llulletln yesterday.
ine President win also report on a
series of baths for the treatment ot
scabies which Is to bo established at
the dispensary. Plnkham, Dr. Pratt
and Analyst Duncan visited the new
Nuuanti reservoir this morning. Plnk
ham repoits that If his recommenda
tions are carled out there can be no
danger of contamination of the water
The smallest Inhabited Island In the
Unrlll lu thnt nn U'lilrh tin. l.-ililvuln?in
Lighthouse stands, for at low wmvr It'
is only tiurty feet In diameter. At
high water the baso or tho lighthouse,
which has a diameter of only a llttlo
over 2S feet. Is completely submerged.
HOPP & CO.
With The Works ? I
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 20. The revolutionary forces of Russia are con.
Kdent that the great strike will break the Government's back. The telegraph
operators have refused to send messages signed by the Empror to Llnevltch.
The strike has already begun at Moscow.
SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 20. The situation here Is quiet. Volunteers and
sailors from the warships are remaining on duty as a precaution.
FITZ LEADS THE DETTING.
SAN FRANCI3CO, Dee. 20. The betting on the fight between Fitzslm
mons and O'Brien tonight Is 10 to 8 for Fitzslmmons.
PARIS, Dec. 20. General Saussler
DIVORCE LAWYER SENT TO JAIL.
NEW YORK, Dee. 20. Abe Hummel, the attorney convicted of conspiracy
In a divorce suit, was today sentenced to one year's Imprisonment and to
pay a $500 fine.
NEW YO RK FERRY HOUSES BURN,
NEW YORK, Dec. 20. A fire at the ferry houses today caused a loss of
over half a million dollars.
BISHOP, CANAL COMMISSIONER.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. J. B. Bishop has been appointed to succeed
Engineer Wallace as a member of the Canal Commission.
S. Yamamoto, a Jnpuancso pharm
acist, this morning, through bis attor
ney, J. W. Cathcart, secured a writ of
mandamus directed against Treasurer
Campbell to show cause why he should
not grant the petitioner a pharmacist's
license, which he has refused to (lo.
Yamamoto shows in his petition that
It ,ls the duty ot the Treasurer to Issue
pharmacist licenses. On December 4,
the petitioner filed, an application for
a license aciompanled by a $10 fee and
an affidavit by W.j Mntoshlgc, a pharm
acist, showing that Yamamoto had man
nged his drug store for more than two
years and was fully qualified. It Is
further shown that tho Treasurer re
fused to grant the license, and the pe
titioner asked that a mandamus Issue
directing Campbell to show cause why
he should not Issue the license. The
writ prayed for wns Issued this morn
ing by Judgo Do Holt ordering Camp
bell to appear to show cause Decem
ber 2 J.
PIONEER US APPEAL
IS PRJP FUTILE
It Is now practically certain that tho
attempts of the respondent In the caso
of Moso Mehcula vs, Pioneer Mill Co.,
lo get an appeal to the Supremo Court
at Washington have como to naught.
Yesterday noon C. W. Ashford, attor
ney for plaintiff, sailed to Lahalna In
tho Klnnu for the purpose of getting a
writ of possession of tho property In
dispute. Tho papers dismissing tho
defendant's bill far nn injunction to
prevent tho Issuance of this writ wcro
in tho'Klnau's mall.
Nothing could thus stop tho plain
tiff from getting possession unless no
tice should nrrlvo from Washington
thnt tho respondent's writ of error had
Issued there. Yesterday tho defend
ant's attorneys, Kinney, McClnnnhan
& Cooper, wero advised by their Wash
ington representative thnt tho record
of the case, which wns necessary In
the presentation of the matter to tho
S Slippers to a man after a hard day's work are Just like a good
J meal. Even the children like to see papa have them. They Just de.
2 I'B" I" SeWna 'hem and helping to put them on. Really, they make
j Joy In the whole family, besides the comfort Papa gets out of them.
A complete new lne of hanosome designs Just for Christmas trade
g In nearly every leather you can think of. Come early before Papa's
size Is gone. Ask our salesmen about our Shoe Certificates They
are small but make a pleasant surprise.
Supreme Court, and which was expect
.il to arrive at Washington about this
time had not as yet been received.
Nothing further has been heard today,
nnd as the plaintiff Is In all probability
In possession of tho premises by this
time tho chances nro that the defend
ant has Just missed his chance to ap
peal by the very smallest margin.
Ily the first of the year four dredg
ers will be working In Honolulu har
bor carry Inn out tho government con
tracts to enlarge and deepen the en
trance for ships to this port. Thrco
machines are at work on tho task now.
Captain Connor, superintendent ot
the dredging, has engaged the Hawal
(Ln Dredging Co. to put its old appar
atus on the job. The engines and
pumps are now bolng put In readiness
to begin. Tho Hawaiian concern has
been employed to take out 35,000 yards
of dirt. It will work In the vicinity
of tho railroad wharves.
This dirt from tho harbor bottom
will be pumped more than 3.000 feet
through a pipe line. A tract on Iwllcl
hack of tho Oahu prison will be re
claimed for tho railroad company.
William Marshall, a driver for tho
Peoplo's Express, was lined $9 anil
losts In the police court this mornliiji
for cruelty to animals. Marshall, ac
cording to testimony, had been driving
a horse with a sore back.
The last of tho Alex. Nichols gamb
ling cases wero before Judge Whitney
this morning. John Hopper was fine
$5 for gambling. Joe Ale, John Kolli
and Pepee were fined the same amount.
Ant. Fraza was dismissed.
George Kelll, a J2-ycar-oId boy was
sentenced to two years In the Reform
school by Judgo Whitney this morn
ing. Tarn Van, a Chinaman, was fined $5
mid costs by Judge "Whitney this morn
ing for selling opium without a license
Japanese toys this year mostly rep
resent wnr ships, soldiers, or somethina
vcrtalnlug to tho wnr with Russia.
Pure fresh candy special from toe lo
C0c per pound, Now England liaKcry.
Buy Him Slippers
Shoe Go,, Ltd.
THE rCASH COMPANY, Ltd.
931 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN HI.
PHONE MAIN 282
1051 FORT STREET.
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