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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10. 10U4t
Price 5 Oknts
County Appropriates $18,000 For Public Beach Park
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W 1 V '
R X A C
Up To Plantations
To Offer Land
To Attract Settlers
It Is about time that other planta
tion should como to time and otter
laliillles an acre of land, or more, to
vettlo here," said Commissioner Craig (Special to The Dutlctln
nt this morning's meeting of tho Ter- KAIMJA. North Kona, Hawaii.
Wtorlal Board of Immigration. Jan. 10. Tho Holualoa school
"Yes. I think this Board feels that It houso has been seated by the
la time that some of the other plants- "squatters" consisting of tho
lions should be heard from n regard forces of Mrs. Davis, Atcherlcy
lo tho land offer," said Commissioner . and tholr attorney. Judge Mat-
Cooke, "and I think It would be well tiiowman Issued a writ of Injunc-
for the newspapers to mnke note of tho tion and everything has subsided
fait. Thcro are a numbtr of Biigar . and, assumed an orderly conill-
plantations that could easily offer an . t011. The school opens tomorrow
?cre or more." ' . ahd the case Is set for hearing nt
It was mentioned that no further t tn AVrll term of court.
word had been recehed from sug-tr ......j............
plantations In tho way of offers of commlt(co mlE,lt g0I1(1 ni0ng its lltcra
Inducements to prospective settler. t n aMMoa t0 lhe formation
Certain plantations had made offers t , ,h ,mralBratlon Uoard Tho
when the matter of getting the 0,000 mcmbe' though! this a good Idea
agricultural amllles from the Azores, u h , D ol)JcclIon ,,y
Ans under discussion, but since then .. ,,, commissioner Cooke, "that
no other plantation had made any ln asrcement bclween MUlcrs nn,,
offer, hence tho concrsatlon quoted ,,,antaTon, lg R0ng back to the old con
" . . .. tract system. This Is not so. The plan-
. Jrl" ?"'" ..lL"ia. '222' tatlon agrees to do certain things for
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Cooke and Craig and Assistant Socrc
tary Crabbe. They met about 8;35, but
lld not formerly open business with
the reading of tho minutes of the last
meeting until 8: GO.
Commissioner Cooke said, durlnj
ccneral talk: "There's a bill been pre.
sented In Congress which. If It passes
will knock out this Portuguese lmml
Kratlon proposition here, perhaps. It
is on the education quallllcatlon. A
man must be able to read and write hln
"I do.u think It will nffwt us," said
ConiiniSaiOQCr Crall? '" vwnv luiiamvu umi. viuu(jfj
"There are thousands of educated would be so well posted handling this
Portuguese who will Immigrate," said business that hy would hate to be sent
Commissioner Cardcn. t0 Washington.
Several letters terc read from men , , January cm, 190G.
abroad who desired Information cou lr- v H. Brow nlow, Chew elah, Wash
corning Hanall, with an Idea of seb. lngtn ,
tllnghcre, Ono os as follows. 1 Dear Sir: Youra of Dccombcr Cth,
Trederle.'WIs U. S . Detcmber, 190: 1005, received and In reply would statu
"Board of cmmlgratlon
r "Please send me maps and partllui
lars about the Indusmcats jour Gooru
ment has to offer In the way of honv
Kttndu to tettlers. the iiroduktlvnoss
of the land and the climatic conditions,
nllno prlso of land close to Honolulu,
price ot wheat, oats, potatoes, horses
and caws. wood, their bl annlimoony
in eggs and chickens farmmlng.
"Der Is Thousands of honest Intel
egent nnd hard 'working People her
that will be glad to go to Hawaii.
Crabbo stated that bo always gava
tho names and addresses ot inquirer
to the Promotion Committee, thnt th
Comet Cbtkes for Men
Ti'LJ" -J - . Lk
sT AT-L-ifJ - f H
in ' iiiii'Imii i' WT
OUT BY GRABBE
the settler, provided tho settler does
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any way bound, ho can ieae at any
Assistant Secretary Crabbo was
asked to read the Board ono of his ro-
j,M w rfq-ue'" l0J ""ormauon, '
the Board might have an Idea as to
what Information was going out.
Crb,' hcn A the following letter,
hlch' he said was along the same
" as all replies. Tho Board was
.highly pleased with tho thoroughness
' Crabbe'a Information and Commls-
that tho public lands aro sold under
conditions stated In enclosed digest,
at from f 1 to 30 per acre. Tho samo
character of land when rold by prhate
parties would cost from J5 to $1G0 per
acre. Tho government of tho Terrl-
tory of Hawaii offers many chances to
tho American settler who desires to
taku up good land and Is willing to
bustle and mako tho land produce; to
thoso who como with assurances that
they want to adopt our country as their
futuro homes tho government offers
their best lands at a nominal figure
but to thoso who simply drift In as
speculators they offer no encourago-
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For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label
Their 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.
I LIMITED AGENTS."
SUPERVISORS TO CREATE
RESORT FOR THE PEOPLE
SPECIAL MEETING AUTHORIZES PURCHASE IMMEDIATELY
special meeting of the Oahu
Supervisors held at 2 o'clocit
this afternoon a resolution was unanl-
mously adopted appropriating $18,000
for the ImmeJIate purchase of tho
Kunst Knplolant park beach property,
for a public park and bathing retort,
nnd the matter was referred to the
Committee on Hoads, Bridges and
Parks to complete arrangements.
Tho County Attorney will. attend to
the transfer ot deed and all legal mat
tcrs pertaining to the dcnl.
Broker u. P. Thlelen was present at
the meeting, as were nil Supervisors
with the exception of Pacle of Koolau.
Thlclen stntcd that Harry Lewis had
purchased the Kuntt property and that .
ho, Thlelcn, had taken ocr the proper-1
ty from Lewis. There had been see'-
al private parties after tho property
nnd he hnd jumped In to prevent the
place getting Into private hands. I
Thlelcn stated that he had agreed
with Harry Lewis to let him stay on
tno place, to mne , tno use ot tno uno
liouco and stable there for n jear, rent
free. The County would hao to make,
somo arrangement with Lew s In this!
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matter, either to And him somo other
residence for a year or let him stay I
jnero. r. ai. naicn. now in wasning;
ton. said Thlclen, would probably rentl
his house for 1900 for a year. or. If a
committee called on Lowls, Lewlsjmake his borne there. It was also-ro-1
might wane all claims.
The Chair said Lewis was public spir
ited and anticipated no difficulty In that
direction. The Board passed Thlelen
While tho first excitement caused
by tho withdrawal of Governor Car
ter's endorsement ot Judgo Itoblnsons
reappointment had somewhat worn
oft today, tho matter was still tho sub
ject of much discussion In the Capitol
and tho Judiciary building. S. II. Der
by appeared with bis old smile, having
had the stain on his character, to tho
effect that ho got drunk on one-seventh
ot one-third of a bottlo ot whiskey, rc
moved. He was ablutely vindicated
at a conference be and Ould had with
Oovcrnor Carter yesterday. Derby
uld that tho Governor had told him
Is Made By
tnai lr no uoacner nam anyiiiing oi, . ..-
lhe kind about Derby, he has now with-. u accomi,atlca by Mrg.
draWIl It, lTnt.niu n.l U flprtLA.1 tn vlnll w.!.i.
Jack ThompFon, the hack er.
who wna auoted as belnc tno Gotern
Ijiulfo Robinson, camo to tho Judiciary
building this morning in a much ex
cited frame of mind. He wanted sev
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If you have money saved up, and If
you get excited by tho stories of how
John W. Gates, or Chas. M. Schwab, or
Mr. Leeds, made a million in a day on
a lucky turn in stocks, think ana keep
on thinking before you use your money
for speculation. You must remember
that where there are great winners
there must be great losers, and of the
Jattej- you never hear. Invest your
money wisely ana yuu win yet mir
return and be happy. We shall be
happy to give you expert advice on In
vestments or to Invest your money for
you In such channels as our long expe
Trust Co., Ltd
:orf Street, Honolulu
A SPLENDID WAIKIK1
a otc of thanks for bringing to the
Board's attention this splendid oppor-
tunlty. Thlclen responded In kind. He
also said that no money had changed
hands in this deal, so far, and the bus-
Incss might be settled at once, directly
with II. K. Cooper. I
The Board's Park Committee will
wait on Lewis nnd settlo tho residence
condition. Thlclen suggested that the
County could surrender to tho park
commission. If it so desired. The prcs-
cnt leasehold recrts (o the park com-
mission at the end ot 14 years j
A I. find otnnrl tilinf-nlnuc nnil fulfil.
Ing houses will bo erected at the beach
park by. the County. I
This property has changed hands
rapidly within the last two or tlirre
ila)s On Saturday lakt the Kuust j
beach leasehold wan sold to Harry'
Lewis, ot I en Is & Co, for $18,000 On
Monday Oeorgo P. Thlelcn, stock and
bond broker, purchased the leasehold
rrom Lewis ror tne same ngure pa u ny
Lewis, $18,000, nnd now the County o
Oahu wl secure the property and
mako of it a beautiful public park, the
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only beach park In all the city, Bon)e-
thing that has long been wanted and
ery mucn necueu.
It .was reported, when Lewis bought
ilia nronertv. that ho was colnir
.. nrntuirttf. Ihnt h unrt pnlnif in
The S. S Ventura arrived this after-J
noon from San Francisco. She was
delaed by tho late arrival of the Ung-
llsh malls. Smooth weather was en-.
countered during the oyage and the
trip was uneventful, Tho Ventura wilt
leave tonight for tho Colonies. K. B.
Cavarly, formerly purser on the Mari
posa, has changed to tile Ventura. Flto!
days' later mall was brought. I
Among the passengers Is A. V.
norteil. when Thlelcn took the nroneriyi The County. It Is understood, will
rom Lewis, for the same figure paid pay $18,000 for the leasehold, the same by ho County Act to mako si ch ,ur i ". " 1, UT i i' ' , """Jm Par f?'
hv I ewls that tho agreement was that nrlce which ncureil In the I ewls and I """'y t mako sucn pur tle trp of lno delegates. This was In
py i.ewis, mat ine agreement was mau price wmen ngurwi in tue i-ewis wiu Chacs and we are go ng to secure this .ho city nlone oxcluslo of tho nlan.
Lewis should roslde on the premise In the Thlelen purchases. Ih.,i, n,nri. nr r L ,u ,..nil"0,.' nlone- oxciusno ot tno plan-
Afong. ot Honolulu, who has been away t ; '' ,-." "'"-' . '."".Ti .m .
about two months He visited Now"l '" ,f, '"' h" " n'hlld,w"rdhcr
York. Boston and other eastern cities.' ?' prA,b,n)r ,a6 a" .th ,rc,t ,of tha
Sol Sheridan returns after an ab-'Ian-' " W "T"''"1' . .
sence ot four months. He will resuroa,'0"1'", "15lul)fore th Inqulaltori.
hi. position on the Advertiser. ,..??" L.?","1" SXSS..? ?LS).
n v. Mnrlnn find wlfn uri. nmnne
( Mrs. Illchard Quick, wife of Captaliilfollow'nB witnesses, on whose tostl-
""t'Z 'dcr. CJ ,,: 8ha WIU mill
" " W " 2 h"r ho8m! ,1 L1" I
U ,' Uollo,n Bome.tmo.
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o' the Kam.hameha school, is also 'on
Mrs. Pfell, a daughter ot Captain
Van Ortendorp, nt one time command-10i'ler. Ho and Duck Horn, a Chi
cr of the S. 8, Sonoma. Is on tho Ven- nose, wcro tho ones who discolored
turn nnd will stop off here for a Mt the body of tho child.
B. P. Butler, a wealthy retired Ban1 Nlshlmoto, a Japanese, was a mom-
Francisco merchant, came In on a lsll!bcr of tho search party, which looked
to the Islands. Mr. Butler was at ono for the missing child. Ho was with
time In tho millinery business.
Another of tho passengers Is II. II.
Campbell, business manager ot the Tl.
voll theatre and sevcrnl other play
houses In San Francisco. He Is trav-
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j. hopp & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUQ3 IN '
and TAPE8TRY GOODS
Take your Christmas Money
for n soar, rent free. Nothing sas said
definitely as to why Tulelcn bought It .
In. One rumor had It thnt Thlelcn wiisl
acting for the Honolulu Ilapld Transit
& Land Compan), which had planned
making n resort of the place.
It was stated this morning that!
Thlclen made the purchase tor tho
County ot Oahu. As a matter ot fact.
members of tho Hoard of Supervisors
haVo for tome time had In mind tho
purchase of some, such place, where llm
public lould enjoy the attractions of
the beach. It has been urged by the
fl.illA.ln nnt wlthaf nn.llntr IKn rnmnrlr
In tho Promotion Committee that our
population Is too cosmopolitan. I
It finally camo about, tho County
has tho matter now In hand for final
action and the Supcrlsors aro calloU
together to scttlo the business.
At 10:35 o clock this morning Conn-
ty Cleric Kalauokalanl rccclvod a tel
cphona message from Chairman Smith,
Instructing him to notify the members
to meet at z o clock wcrjr memuci
was reached with the except on of Pa-
ele of Koolau. It Is certain that Paele
would hao no objection to tho scheme,
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The lento has fourteen cars to run.
and at the end of tho icnso the property
"cri io me ram comminsion. iu
premises hae about four hundred feet
frnntnem nn thft lifinrh nnilthprnnrnn
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couple of fine buildings on the place.
On Case Of
Tho Grand Jury Is today busy with
1- . .,. ., minium iu mu ...in
I this morning. Ho had with him tho
Kalnn. J. Mamako, Duck Horn
Dr. Wood's testimony Is of great In.-
portance. He performed tho autopsy
on tho mangled body of tho Wharton
Klna Kalnn Is a Hawaiian pollco (if
fleer. Ho was with Cox during bis In
vestlgntlon ot tho murder and when
I tlio arrest of Johnson was made.
J. Mnmakl Is also a Hawaiian pollco
Johnson throughout tho search,
Tho first caso presented bctoro tbo
Grand Jury today was that of tho Jap
anese who attompted to shoot his wlfo
and then himself at Iwllcl some
months ago. This matter was disposed
ot during tho forenoon. Tho Johnson
caso was takon up Immediately after
wards. Fuji, a Japaneso woman, not
one of tho-wltnessea brought from Wa-
lalua by Cox, was the first witness ex
amined. Tho rest ot the witnesses
will bo examined tbta afternoon. It Is
not tho Intention of tho Attorney Gen
cral to produco before tho Grand Jury
tho knlfo, blood stained clothing or
other exhibits In the caso, as tho caso
lll probably bo strong enough to war
rant an Indictment on the testimony
Food Commissioner Duncan has
submitted to tho Attorney General's
uepartment a partial report on nis an'
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Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. The election of officers of the American Suaar
Refining Company and of the National Refining Company was today the first
knowledge the public had of the combination of these great sugar factors.
The American re-elected Its old directors, consisting of President Have,
meyer, J, Meyer and A. Dnner. The directors of th National ar Meyre, Den-
ner and Frailer.
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NAPLES, Jan. 10. The volcano of
damage has been done.
I MINNEAPOLIS, Jan.
MANILA, Jan. 10. The British
arrive here tomorrow,
PRE8IDENT HARPER I 8DEAD.
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. President Harper of the University of Chicago
dead. For over a year he has been a sufferer from cancer.
3AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 9. SUGAR:
3.71 cents. Previous quotation, 8s 3 3-4d
The County has authority to make a
pilrchM0 ot ,,, naturo an3 tll0
yiSOrs deem It too good on opportunity
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to o ct pass. ....
Said one of the Board this forenoon:
"There may bo some criticism about
tle County spending so much money,
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lno opinion or mo enure uoarni mat'
this Is altogether too good an oppor-
beath nrotwrtv or know Ihn rPAKOti
I wii V .
wrny. tnociiy nasiong neeuei apuu
Ho resort on the beach and this Is th
chance to give tho peoplo what thny
want and what they need. I am sur
that the majority of the taxpajcrs, II
not all, will nccept the Idea with en
thuslasm. All teach property at Wal
lilkl Is owned by prhate parties. Thcrr
should by nil means bo a public place
wiivii', ui uii clinch, iuikb iruin imi cu;
can go nnd enjoy the benefits of ses
lathing nnd tho pleasures ot a well ap
pointed park. This plaie will be put
in such shape that xtcrythlng neces
sary to tho full equipment of a beach
I ark will be ainllablit to the public. It
will be n grand, placn for tourists, plc-i
nlcs and pleasure panics of all kltids.1.."''1;"1" "e w.a r.e u ,ron ;
and thcro will bo nt least on nlare In ?lat.9.h relating to tho 75 per cenL bill
and there will be at least one place In
the most beautiful portion nt the conn
try where the public can go and cnJo
themselves without prlie."
It Is expected that tho Supervisors
will bo unanimous In their opinion In
this matter nnd that tho park on tho
beach will very soon be a reality.
Tho trustees of the Chamber of Com
merce mot this afternoon, present be
ing President F. J. Lowroy, Secretary
J. O. Spencer, Alex, Gnrvle, J. A. Ken
ned), K. I. Spalding, L. T. Peck. W.
Pfotcnhaucr nnd Secretary II. P. Wood
of the Promotion Committee.
Sccretnry Spencer reported that he
had given tho delegates to Washington
to our many patrons who visited our store during Christmas week,
making It the most prosperous week wo have had In years. Wo have
put forth every possible effort to convince tho business public that
our $3 50 and $4.00 shoes for men constitute the greatest value ever
offered In this city and now we are In a position to realize how well
the public appreciates our endeavors.
Per the 8. 8. Alameda, 18 brand new lines arrived, consisting of
all the new models for Spring. Our shoe stock Is 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. Hci'a-jt lftiA!li)mlrjI.Hidfji
All-America Shoes Are Always Ahead
Manufacturers Shoe Gx,
'PHONE MAIN 282 10S1
Vesuvius Is In eruption
NINE LIVES LOST.
10. Nine lives were lost today In a fire at tho
squadron under Admiral Noel Is due ta
88 analysis Beets, 8s 3d. Parity
credentials as being authorized by iho
super-'Chamber to represent It on their mis-
elon. He had also written to tho San
J. ", pmi" ', '""" ",
l-raiiclsco Chamber of Commerce of
tho trln of tho dclceatlon. asklnir that
a meeting of that body bo arranccd to
meet tho delegates and asking for sun-
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Spalding said that J. F. Morgan had
told him that nenrly $10,000 had been
Spencer reported that ongrossed
memorials In memory of the late II.
Alex. Isenberg had been completed and
A letter was read from tho Italian
Chamber of Commcrco In San Fran
cisco asking for support of Honolulu
for tho Milan Exposition by sending
This matter, said Lowroy.
would be referred to tho Planters' As
sociation and tho plncapplo cnnners.
J. A. Oilman wrote for the Shippers'
Wharf Commlttco, stating that It had
appropriated $1,000, which should bo
turned otur to tho Promotion Commit
tee. A motion to thnt effect carried.
Correspondence was rend from P, M.
In Washington, stating that tho Com
mlttco on Territories would give hear
ings on tho matter in February. Ho
also cabled, urging that Governor Car
ter como to Washington regarding tho
Tho report of tho Promotion Com
mlttco reported that good work was
being done, giving various statistics
tu provo this.
George D. Gear has opened law of
fice In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumauu
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
btc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per S. S. Mongo
lia Jan. 19th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St.
Offieeal Cor, Fort and Merchant 8ts.
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
Telephone Exchange No. 4.