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Op Vol. XV III No. 3275
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Kona School .
Is Subject Of
I Lively Affair
fr Special by WlrclctH to Tho Bulletin
KAILUA, N. Kona, Hawaii, Jan, 8.-Mrs. Mary H. Ateherley, rep-
resenting Mrs. A. Davis, Is In possesion of the Holualoa school house
premises, claiming that the Department of Public Instruction has no
V The claimant has refused to treat with the school agent, M. F.
Scott, as he can show no authority to act. The situation Is awaiting
the arrival of Superintendent Babbitt,
Everything Is quiet, but the school cannot go on. County Sheriff
Keolanul of Hllo Is here, but he refjses to act, claiming It Is a civil
. The summons Issued by the District Court have not been obeyed by
those served, they claiming that the summonses are faulty.
Deputy Attorney General I'rosscr will sail tomorrow for Kona to take
up the matter of tho Holuoloa school, where Mrs. Ateherley haB taken
possession of the school lot, acting as agent for Mrs. Davis, who It
Is claimed, "owns It. Prosser expects that the matter can be easily set-
Knudsen To Hustle
Along The Washington
Delegate From Kauai
Over eight thousand dollars havo
l)ccn collected by J. P. Cooko,. James F
Morgan and J. a. Rothwell, tbe com
rnlttee collecting to defray the expenses
of .tho. business men's delegation tn
Washington to urge the passage of a
bill giving to Hawaii seventy-lire per
cent of Federal revenue" here. for local
Improvements. The collection con
tinues and will bo complete, possibly,
Chairman W. 0. Smith has called
meeting of the business delegates at
Ills office In the Judd building for 4
o'clock this afternoon. At this meet,
Ing final arrangements will be madu
nnd all details of the mission to the
,-apltal decided. V. 0. Smith leaves
for tho uoail. in tomorrows steamer,
going on In advance of tho delegation,
the othor members of which are Oeo.
W. Smith, Mark Roblnton. 13. A. lie
Ineruy and J. 11. Oalt from Oahii,
l.oebensteln from- Hawaii and Ratw i
from Maul. They sail on tho evening
of the 18th or the morning of the 19th
Kauai's delegate lias not been chos ,
tn. Krlo A, Knudsen, Speaker of tb'
House of Representatives, was wanted
Order a bunch at the WELLS FAR-
QO office for the 8. 8. 8lerra, due to
sail for the Coast on Jan. 9th.
Vl UAITDC .Sit UnVADU
Vl rimVUIW W M1.W -HI fcj.
., ".JU.. .- Ky.W'yK
to go, but ho states that be docs not
care to travel any more for a whllo
Mr. 'Knudsen was seen this morning
and stated that he had been on the go
for the last eight or nine months and
he would not care to take'anothor Jour
"I understand that I was cabled la
regard, to representing Kauai at Wash
ington In this revenue matter," said
Mr. Knudsen, "but all messages missed
mo. Had I received word In NewvYorK
I would have accepted the honor, but
since I'm back, home again I would not
want, to take another trip for some
time. I havo been traveling now for
several months and am too glad to b
homo to start on the move again. 1
shall at once communicate with folia
on Kauai, by wireless, and also by let
ter. In regard to their business repre
sentative to Washington. I will tell
them that I cannot go."
Sali Fred Macfarlane, one of the
commttteo appointed to arrange for the
delegation, this morning: "Tbe main
point Is 'that all tho delegates are
agreed to stand united on tho ono Idea
of getting. If possible, tho seventy-flva
per cent Federal rovenuo for local lm
provements, leaving all else, such as
labor legislation, alone. This Is the
way to accomplish the best results.'
As an Illustration of varying Ideas
on tho money question, ono' business
(Continued on Page 4.)
In many' parts of the Alps girls weai
rrotuers when roasting.
For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label
MAKERS NEW yRK
Thcir beauty and all-round
superiority has made them
the choice of all men
$18.00 to $26,00
For sale only by
The Kasli Company.
' ' ' ' A'
D. F. Dillingham, who, with W. A.
Kinney, F. M. Swanty and A. Oartley,
has just returned from a visit of In
spection to tho Mcllrydo Sugar Plan
tation on tho Island of Kauai, stated
this morning that tho property was In
splendid condition and that tho work
on tho Installation of tho electric
equipment Is making wonderful prog'
"They havo completed two miles of
tunneling," said Mr. Dillingham, "and
tho work will surely be completed by
June, as Intended.
"Mcllrydo Is In splendid condition.
This electric equipment means an out
lay of J3o0,000, but something IIko that
amount win bo saved to mo plantation
every year, It Bcems to trio.
"There s some One land there. Soma,
you know, cost $300 per acre to clear
of rocks, but tho oxpenso was mado up
In tho first year's crop realizations
from that snme rocky land."
On Magnificent Record
HUGH HOWELL IS MADE
A "$250 PER" OFFICIAL
EXPERIMENT WITH OILED ROAD
T ODE MADE COUNTY WORK
DONE WELL AND PEO
(Bpiclal to Thl ButliHn)
Walluku, Maul., January 5. Tha
Hoard of Supervisors of Maul County
met last Tuesday and adjourned last
evening. They have been holding-meet
ings night and day, and now that their
labors aro over, they have returned to
their respective districts with Joyous
hearts feeling that they have carried
out their duties as laid down by tho
County Act; but above all .things they
havo carried oiiti the wishes of their
constituents, and that nlone makes
their official life a pleasure to them.
That Is the ono reason which makes
their business meetings as smooth as
the proverbial mill pond since their In
stallation as the 13 rave Defenders ot
Other counties cannot boast of as
peaceful meetings as our Supervisors
do. Our Sheriff and County Attorney,
too, have worked marvellously In har
mony with the Doard of Supervisors,
and consequently there has never been Rose on a charge of child stealing. Tho
any deadlock In our affairs. The And- J child In question Is about a year old.
Itor and Treasurer have likewise aud-JCondon's ball was fixed at $500. Tho
Ited the accounts and paid out tho complainant In thcTCasu Is Esther Kau
claims as promptly as tho occasion ro-liana. It seems Condon had been llv
nulred. nnd the County Clerk nas Inn with tho young woman somo tlmo
promptly laid the claims for adjudlcn-lnnd
tlon before the Doard. Thus no one baby, clulmlng It was his. His desire
has any kick excepting tho opposition was refused and yesterday, so tha
who are like tho Irishmen, agin' tlio'ufnrv coos. Condon went to tho worn-
glvrrnmcnt on principle.
The first rlx months have been very
successful In havlitf: tho officials thus
work In harmony. The Federal as well
as the Territorial officials likewise have
assisted County officials In bringing
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Managed by an Alert Doard of
Wide awake and progressive. Lib
eral, though, withal, conservative. AL
In that day wheji you need advice
relative to the Investment of money,
the management of an estate, collec
tion of rents, etc., etc., kindly remem
Trust Co., Ltd
I t Street, Uonnliilu
Trust Company Takes Agency
Of Germania Life
Since the Henry Watcrhouso Trust
Company resigned the general ngen"y
ot tho New York Life Insurance Com
pany there havo been rumors afloat In
Insurance circles that tho Trust Com
pany was making a careful study Into
the llfo Insurance situation In the East,
with a view of selecting another agen
cy. These rumors .wero confirmed to
day by tho announcement that tho
dcrmnnla I.lfo Insurance Company ot
New York had appointed the Water
house Trust Company general agents
by tho Territory of Hawaii.
Mr. Shingle made tho announcement
of tho change to a Ilullctln reporter
by stating: "Ono of our directors, Mr.
Wm. R. Castle, has been In the Hast
for several months past, enquiring Into
tho standing of tho different life Insut
Spilling Must Sign
Seeing The Molokans
GOVERNOR WANTS WRITTEN PROPOSITION
Matters wero moving at a lively During tho rest of tho forenoon Col.
measure this forenoon In connection Spalding and Fairchlld wero again
with the negotiations relating to tha closeted with Dreckons. Fairchlld
settlement of tbe Kapaa lands by the left the conference first. Ho stated
Molokans. Colonel Spalding nnd Man- that tho prospect for a Bottlement was
agcr Fairchlld of the Makco Sugar Co. now brighter than ever. Owing to the
both arrived from Kauai by yesterday's fact that he would havo to attend to
steamer and held a consultation with tbe cano harvest, he would not him-
Land Commissioner Pratt; R. W. Brec- self be able to go to Los Angeles, but
kons, who represents Spalding; J, D. he thought that Col, Spalding would.
Castlo and Lorrln 'A. Thurston, repre- Land Commissioner Pratt called on
renting Castle, shortly after their ar- the Governor during tho forenoon, but
rival. ' bad nothing to say about tho matter.
This morning both Spalding and Judging from tho fact that ncgotla-
Fairchlld called on R. W, Iircckons and tlons aro still being carried on with
soon after that Dreckons nnd later on
talrchlld had conferences with uov- ktatement regarding the prospects. It
crnor Carter. teems certain that Col. Spalding has
Fairchlld asked the Governor that decided to accept tho Governor's con
tho seat of tho negotiations be trnns- iiltlon, and that he, with Thurston, nnd
fcrrcd to Los Angeles, whero the Mo- probably Land Commissioner Pratt,
lokans aro stnylng. The Governor ou- will go to Los Angeles by tomorrow's
Jectcd to having this dono, except on steamer to try to end tho wearisome
the condition that tho proposition In negotiations by a final settlement with
black and white and signed by Colonel tho Molokans and all others con
Spalding was fllcdjvlth hlnn lecrned.
It. W. .Condon, a saloon keeper, was
arrested this morning by Officer Cbas.
lately left her. He demanded tho
I en,'" bouse and took tho child away.
Today a warrant was Issued for his ar-
rcst, Tho two wero never married.
According to law the child belongs to
The Scottish Thistle Club Is prcpar-
Inn for a proper celebration of Hums'
anniversary on January 25tb. This Is
always a memorablo event in Honolulu
and It Is anticipated mo coicurauou
this year will bo a llttlo better than,
With U A. Thurston In tho chair V.
O. Smith, . F. Dillingham, A. Lewis,
A. Garvlo, W. T. Uottomley and several
others met In the rooms above Uishop's
bank this afternoon on plantation busi
ness. The Attorney Oeneral claims that the
circulars he has sent out regarding cor
poration exhibits correctly states tho
law on the subject.
Georgo D. Gear has opened law of
fices In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumauu
A new sulphurous spring has burst
forth at Hamman-Meskoutlno, in Al
geria, with a temperoturo of 98 de
Henr) Waterhouse Trust-Co,, Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices; Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
once companies, nnd found that tho
Qc-manla I.lfo Insurance Company
was clean from top to bottom. Tho
company hag been writing business In
the Islands for several years past and
Is favorably known hero. Tho offices
of tho Germania In the Young building
will bo moved to tho Trust. Company
offices. It Is our aim now to branch
out In lllc, fire, accident and bond In
surance more than ever."
Mr. A. II. Jackson of Hllo has been
appointed manager ot tha Insurance
department ot tho Trust Company. Mr,
Jackson has been engaged In tho gen
eral Insurance business on Hawaii for
about eight years. Mr. John W. Fop
well remains as special agent ot the
Ocrmanta. Mr. Edwin Denncr will con
tinue In chargo of tho lira Insurance.
much energy, and from FalrcblM'a
W. 0. Hi BUYS
YOII IKI (tin1
The remaining portion ot the Young
I lee (Maul), ranch In tho bands of thb
Gear, Lansing & Co. trustees, has been
sold to W. 0 Aiken for a consideration
In the vicinity ot J 8,000.
A portion of this property was sold
to tho Cornwcll estate, and the best
cam land to homesteaders. This salo
of the remaining section wipes out the
mortgage inaeuieuuess oi me ucar,
ALWAY8 AT HOME.
Three chickens, a rooster nnd two
hens, belonging to Captain Ulunaholo
lot tho schooner Concord, aro at homo
along tho waterfront in. Hllo as well as
at Honolulu or at tea. No sooner docs
the vessel arrive at either of, the ports
than do tho chickens start on a search
for food about the wharves. Tbe
rowls always seem giau to land, tiio
hens lay two eggs every day In tho
It takes a man twice as long to say
no as It does to say yes.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOOD8.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
Against Territory In
tAtioctntta rrjt Bsnial "MU
WA3HINQTON, Jan. 8. The 8upreme Court of the United State, has
decided the fisheries case of Joseph O. .Carter and other trustees under the
will of Oernlee Pauahl Dlshop, deceased, vs. the Territory of Hawaii, against
the Terltory. The decision reverse the decision of the Territorial Supreme
This was a test case ot its kind, differing materially from tho fliherlea
cares previously decided In several material points. The fishery In question
was located In a bay between Koko and Diamond Heads. The brief ot tho
Territory was prepared by Deputy Ottomcd Ocneral Mllierton, while the case
ot tho Dlshop Estate trustees was presented by Attorney S. M. Usllou, who
went to Washington for that purpose.
Brokers Go Under
(Atifdattd Prrtt nuclei CoM)
BOSTON, Jan. 8, Goodnow Company, brokers, have failed with liabilities
8UICIDE END3 HIS DISGRACE.
(AnactaUi frf tvteul Casta; """ "Tregwa
NEW YORK, Jan. 8. C, C, Meier of San Francisco, who Is accused of em
bezzlement committed suicide on the steamer Carmanta.
LONDON, Jan. 8. The King has
"No, thoro's nothing new In Immi
gration," raid a sugar man to a Unlit-
tin man this morning, "but If you want
to sec something significant, go dowU
to tho Immigration station when tho
nnxt bunch of Japanera nrrlve. I
"Wo nro not gottlng tho same kind
ot Japanese that we used to get. We
aro not getting nny more Japanese loit
erer. Thoy may call themselves lat-
orcrs, but they are not by a long shot.'
"The Japanese arriving now are most
ot them rigged out In as good clothed
as the plantation managers themselves.1
They are not looking for work on the
plantations and they don't want It. If
they take It, they wont keep It.
"Since their home government Is
discouraging emigration to Hawaii for
labor purposes, tho Japanese are Just
using Hawaii as a stepping stone, with
the hope of getting on to tbe main
land." NOT AUTjTS FAIJLT
An eye-witness to tho Kaplolanl
Park auto accident yesterday after
noon. In which W. C. Wcedon was sc
leral Injured, states that nt the time
of Weedon'B horse backing Into tho
machine tho auto was at a standstill
In the gutter, and that tbe driver of
tne machine wns not to blamo for Mr.
Wcedon being thrown from his mount.
We Are Grateful
to our many patrons who vltltetf our store during Christmas week,
making it the most prosperous week we have had In years. We have
put forth every possible effort to convince the business publlo that
our $3.50 and 4-00 shoes for men constitute the greatest value ever
offered In this' cty and now we are In a position to realize how welt
the public appreciates our endeavors.
Per tho 8. 8. Alameda, 18 brand new lines arrived, consisting of
all the new models for Spring. Our shoe stock la better than ever
at present. Come and let us show you what we have to offer and you
won't want to go anywhere else. uj.aji.iJ a. . - J--..!
All-America Shoes Are Always Ahead
Manufacturers Shoe Co,
'PHONE MAIN 282
returned and signed the proclamation
Another sad tale ot a Territorial
Jailor slipping from the primrose path
of vlrtuo comes from Molokal. Resi
dents of that Island state that llae
Tibbie, tho Jailor at Pukoo, Is In tho
habit ot getting drunk. A weird yarn
Is also told ot bow the sailor's ecouoinln
propenMtlcs almost got him locked up
In his own .'all.
Eomo tlmo ago a hunter wnt passing
along through tho uplands mauka ot
Pukoo, when he saw a man, drescrd In
r prisoner's uniform, crawling through
the brush In a most suspicious manutr.
Tbe hunter Immediately ran to Pukoo,
where he arrived out ot breath, to tell
the population that an escaped prison
er was meandering about up mauka.
The hunter's suspicion was great when
be was Informed that the supposed
prisoner was no other, person than. tb
Jailor, who wav looking tcr his pigs.
The jailor, he was told, va In tha
bablt of wearing prisoner's clothing
so its to save tho wear and tear ot bV
High Sheriff Henry, when quejtloneA
about the matter this forenoon, stated
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The TROPIC FRUIT COMPANY
has again commenced the shipment of
Its choice pineapples to the mainland.
Leave .orders at the Wells Fargo of
fice, King St. '
,1051 FORT STREET.