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Vol. XVIII No. 3279
HONOLULU. TKKlUTORY OF HAWAII. PIUDAY. JANUARY 12 100(1
PniOB 5 Cknta
Competition the .BULLETIN will present will be so interesting that you will
find it well worth reading about. The story will be told to all BULLETIN readers
1 """VTfTn'ftltYr hTSS'T'r'JWV'WWWWSh
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' Prom 8an Franclseot
Babbitt Gives Data
About Schools To
DEMONSTRATES URGENT NEED OF FUNDS
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt has written to W. O. Smith, as
chairman of the Washington delega
tion, calling bis attention to tho con
dition of tho local schools and the lack
of funds, and furnishing statistics re
quired by tbo business delegates for
their work In Washington. Tho letter
is as follows:
An the mission of your commlttco to
Washington Is ono In which tbo De
partment of Public Instruction Is vi
tally Interested, I would respectfully
call your nttcntlon to tho following
conditions existing among our schools',
conditions which aro 'dependent upon
lack of funds and which may be met
and remedied should the bill your com
mittee is going to urge bo passed and '
tho appropriations as proposed becoma I
Our school statistics show that
thero has been a steady Increase of
tho number of children attending out
public schools. In 1894 this attendance
was "732. Tho Superintendent's ro-
nort to tho Governor for 1905 shows
tho attendance to bo 15 "02 an In-
crcaso of 7470 pupils since 1891: that
.-ii'tfiiron nttpmiinc ihn i?nvrnment
rhnnU 1 as iVracticnllv doubled At
fllliuuis i.uo liiaiuiuii.T uuuuicu. 4.
me ouove rato oi increase tno aucnu-
nnco In our public schools will soon
reach thn twenty thousand mark; but
tho Indications aro that tho ratio of
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mnm i-nitM Ihnn In Ihn nflRt nU'lniT in -'' fi'-i'-.- Tw,wvv .... .... .--.
thn f-Vt Vtiat tho PovernmeVt l aci.tcha,e trom TDl'n- ' ''Ccame ncccs -
Kiv v. ;...i in ninrir T., hnmmtMidfr " t0 arrange with Lewis In regard
i.iM. rirniiin. Sin fnrh nvn inhin t the one year rent free proposition.
h nds ni Ti liiv bo Tounii Uso tho ulan- Thc commlttee tonsultcd with Mr.
tatlou. mo contemplating bringing In'
uumuer 01 ioriuSin.o wuui-uii,
which Utter race, as you aro well
aware, Is particularly proline In chll-j
clren. Further, a large number of Jap-'
aneso girls are growing up, which
means that tho Japanese population
of our islands Is going to receive, a de
cided stimulus during tho coming
This Increase In tho school popula-'
tlon has necessitated tho replacing ol ,
ono aud two-room schools with tlircu, 1
four and six-room buildings, and nou j
even these are proving too small. Dur I
Ing the past three years a great many
now buildings have been put up
school bouses and cottages but it Is
to bo noted that all of this work hat
Leen accomplished on borrowed mon-1
c-y, and that all contempiaicu now
buildings must look to a ilka sourco
for compensation. Tbcso new build
ings have of necessity been put up on
tho cheapest posslblo lines, which
means that they aro not only soon out
of repair, but that seating capacity,
light and ventilation aro poor when
they aro soon classed as unsanitary.
(Continued on Page B.)
AGmct Clothes for MenX?
wexjZM ;?-&itm..i. .p
Tho Roads, nrldges and Parks Com
mittee of tho Board of Supervisors,
Messrs. E. R. Adams and John Lucas,
as instructed at the special meeting of
tho Board held Wednesday afternoon.
this morning called on Harry Lewis,
gl "lB K v-- '" '":" "u,recciveu irom tiawan, wnm io kiiuw
County's beach park purchaso at n'ut-ljust what amount of freight the mer-
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Lewis, it will 1)0 remembered, pur-'
eiased the leasehold to the Kunst prop-
"'' ,or 18.00J Urokcr dco. P.
rrhin.- nnrohsied It from Lewis for
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.1ID PU1IIU I1HI1U "I... ...v uh----..-
that Lewis was to live, rent rreo, on
tho promises for a year. When the
County desired the property for a park
on.1 nnnmnf-lntl.fi tlR flftfl fnt- ltd tiltl.
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,,. rnn,m,n .mi r(innrt ,n the Iloai
The commltteo will report to tho Hoard
next Tuesday evening.
In tho meanwhile tho leasehold will
bo transfcrrcJ to the County ot Oahu
and the Board of Supervisor, scciirlnu
thc leasehold, which In 14 years reverts
to the Park Commission, frco of all In
cumbrances, will at onco fctnrt on tho
work oO making of tho placo a splendid
public park and bathing resort, wltl;
bandstand and other attractive feat
SPECIAL SALE TURKEY8.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Market will
sell fine, fat California turkeys, Satur
day, January 13, for 25 cents per
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Mongo
lia Jan. 19th. Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office. King St.
For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label
MAKERS NEW yRK
Their beauty and all-round
superiority has made them
thc choice of all men
$18,00 to $26.00
For sale only by
The Kasli Company.
Three Steamship Schemes
. . Backed By Mainland Capital
Up To Honolulu Business Men
McCANDLESS INFORMS MERCHANTS MUST SIGN FREIGHT CONTRACTS
Definite steps were taken this morn
Ing In tho matter of Hawaii securing
a new modern rctcamshlp for the local
business between San Francisco and
J. A. McCandless, who recently made
a trip to the mainland, during which
he did considerable hustling among
steamship folk and those Interested In
commerce In the Pacific, received In tho
last mall letters from the connection
he made on the Coast to tho effect that
the mainland end of tho contemplated lulu business men.
steamship enterprise was ready nt arty McCandless Informed the gentlemen
time to go ahead with tho scheme for o( thc Merchants' Association director
a local boat, providing the support ot ate tiat he ia,j .,t received from
Hawaii was secured to the extent of mainlaud promoters the request that
guaranteed freights. j,c sound the situation here in refer-
McCandless was requested to rAnvat enre to what Honolulu was prepared
tho situation here, to place the matter to do to encourage tho proposition of
before the local commercial bodies nnd
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mo u.isines innrnn Kenerniiy,
n t-nnnrr sn tlin eltttn t Inn nnil nrflf.
Thn mainland capitalists who hav
their money ready to put Into tho en
tcrprlt as soon as favorable word Is
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ciianiB iiciu win Kiiuiuuit-'tj mm mini
amount of stock local people will take
n the proposed steamship company,
There oro two distinct propositions
In nnl . niw ilpamir mi Ihn Ron Vnn.
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I ISlli-tlUUUllilll 11111, llUb lUVIIllllllf.. lUV
gait Lake scheme, concerning which
the Associated Press dispatches toda; I
give Information. There are two kep
Iraln lnl,r..la nn th mainland l-aail,
aaauiv iuivivdib v., .... ....... ,vu.4
.wlth the money to give to these Is
hands a magnMccnt, up-to-date steam
' ship nnd the matter is now simply up to.
local Interests to selie the opportunltr
SAY THOMAS OFFICER S
Tim trnn.nnrt Tl.nmn. frnm Knil
i'ranclsco, arriving this afternoon, will
sail tomorrow at C p. m, for Manila,
Tho officers deny the recent announco
ment In tHattle that dynamite had
been found In the coal ot the Thoma
during her laU voyage from tho Phil
ipplnes to the Coast. Tho story was
to tho enect that It was believed a
number of Japanese had plotted to
wreck thn vessel because of the conneo
tlon of tho United States government l.w s'.8tt, "" s.c.Plt nu, lw.0 c'"
with tho peace conference btwen J. yreBtl8u,0c ,"", M.7" J',J' U'JS,
pan and Russia. On passenger for Ho- lcr- Master Slaytcr, Mrs Llla F. Tim-
nolulu. Mrs. Searles. wife of Lieut .""?. , ' h . L Z n,ann'
Searles of the U. S. R. C. 8.. arrived on M.r;, L:,' W J1"'1 'w c?,"
tho Thomas. Col. Walter S. Scott of tleut. Allen alkcr. Mrs. CI as. II. llw
the Fifteenth Infantry, Is ono of th
trough nassensTS to Manila. Six tiun
drcd tons of coal will be taken on here,
t. - Tf o t.n..unn.a n-t.AM f.A
Per U. 8. A. transport Thomns, from
Searles, Miss .Martha P. allweln, Mrs
Esther Anderson, Capt. T. S. Brat
t. s. nrat
ton, Mrs. Ilratton and two children,
lvtl"IUI!l II, 1, 11UI1, .lllB. 41, .V
nrmvii, i.i. ri, i.. iiui-iiuiu, .urn.
liiielmiii nnd child. Lt. Guv V. Iluckur.
Mrs, Iluckcr and child. Miss Ilcrt I),
Ilrackett, .Mrs. II. J. llurrous. S, II,
Chambcis, Mrs. Chambers and child,
Lt. W. 8. Dowd, Mrs. W 8. Dowd,
Major R. J. Uburt, Miss Edwards, Cap
. . ,
If YOU have moneV saved UP, and If
you get excited by the stories of how
John W. Gates, or Chas. M. 8chwab, or
... . Cu., ,, ' ""'", " "V "" "Tho will under which tho proporty
a lucky urn In stocks, think and keep'waB .ngn.j and )atcr 80id waa ud.
on thinking before you use your money mUtC(, .)rola,0 ln ,he, acrnmn
for speculation. You must remember (ourtB na there nothing to suggest
hat where there are great winners ,., 0, ,u validity. I went Into
iWe'r'vou neVer heir fnve.t vour whol B""tcr " thoroughly. It
l,7iriv ,'w ,yfrW "e posslblo that Mr. Kunst had
S " n' 'iblpV. WW.Be.h,..,aber fg40Xnehva0nr8d.d U''WU1, "
happy to give you eipert advice on In-1" certain ho never did It.
vestment, or to Invest your money for I u. -
unti In such channels as our lono exDC.
Trust Co., Ltd
porl Street, llonrilaln
and hustlo for the new boat which haf
for so long been needed,
Tne director of the Honolulu Mer
chants' Association were In private
ro.ilnn In their Yniine liulldlnir nnnrt-
crs this morning, electing oftlcers for
the ensuing year. Mr. J. A. McCand-
less took this opportunity to present
himself before them and make known
the fact that the steamship projtct
was materializing and lacked only
tain assurances on the part of Hone-
a, new and Independent steamship scr-
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i ce wiwrra mis i n. ami u e mi wuj-
ill nt ihn rnri4.f tin tit a foil that llinrn
In mainland business circles, not count-
ing the Seattle scheme, and either one
v.as ready and anxious to build auu
cperaic a new uoai on me iocui ruu.
They wanted to know what thn local
. t . ... . '. l
inisiiiuiui uvu nuiiiu i,uaiiiii.-tj iu iim
way of freight. Would they give their
incoming freight to the new steamship
and how much stock would they takn
In lli nnlArnrlm U'lilrh ui. In ,n mitrll
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l'l'll-lb I1U11UIH I II UIH1 IlilRHH (VilvlUI
It was not akcd that Honolulu tako
half of the stock. Nothing of thc kind.
A r.,,1 .Inl M.nrn Ihnn Imlt n .ha.
a. a,n.a. uvai it.wia ii.au aini. a ...v
stock was already practically taken
among mainland men, but there was
room for Honolulu to get In and havol
a mnterlal say and It U desired Io'
tain C, C. I'nrmer, Mrs. Farmer and)
f.nivu i.iiiiuii.'ii, tins. 11, , ruBii-r U1114
daughter, Mrs. 12. II. French, Lt. W.
I is. (lardenhlre, Mrs. W, C. Gardcnhlro,
Harold Gay, Capt. II. S. Hawkins,
I Mrs, Hawking nnd two children, Lt,
Antonu Jurlch Jr., Mrs. A. Jurlch, K.
II. Klein, Mrs. F. Q. Kellond and
child. Lt L. V. Lewis, Mrs. L. I),
Lewis, Thomas S. Lowe, Capt. A. C
".'". 1.1. l. o. ..iwil.iii, ..110. ..mi-
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ton and child, Miss M. Murphy, Lt
Frank Nlckerson, Mrs. Frank Nicker
ton, Lt. J. J. O'Hara, Mrs. A. L.
Peck. Miss Phillips, Major Thomas V
Raymond, Mrs, T. U. Rnymond, Mlsf
Raymond, Miss Gertrude Raymond
Captain Robert M. Rose, Capt. P. G,
Ilcanuy, Capt. George A. Held. Mrs.
a. A. Held, Lt. W. II, Kcnzlehauscn.
Mrs. W, 11. Rcnzlchausen, Col. Wal
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Mrs. Thomas G. Urookenshlre, Mrs.
Georgo Christ, U. O, Donston, Mrs.
Herbert U Hast, Mrs. Flnklnhoefer and
child, Glenn I). Gorton, Mrs. Glenn I).
Gorton, Mrs. O. W. Grnlund and two
.ltll,la.n 11..naa IF If l,l,H . I m. n.,.....na
1 iiinuivll, I lici . iviiiiu, hub. iiiuiiinr
n u.n.u. .n.i .1.11.1 i n m.....i.u
I Nuw (female). RobtMfNIchols, Mrs
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Digmonu vogier, unapmin jiurpuy.
Lieut, lluchan, 250 enlisted men, troops
K. and M. 4th Cavalry, i9 eu
ii..c.i mcI1 it a Marine Corim- 1 enlist
' "!lc" m ." " . ""ne v.ori s, i euiisj
cd man Hospital Corps, 8 enllsten men.
recruits and casuals,
T Will AIL Iti'ilK
"There Is absolutely no truth In tho
suggestion that Mr. Kunst in nil e an
other will making other disposition of
tho Walklkl leasehold," said Attorney
11. K. Cooper this morning. Ha was
cpcaklng of tho story circulated that
tho lutu Mr. Kunst umdo a later will
In url.lrn l,n mmln nlhnr illnnnallliin nf
),s property than that provided In tbo
w)u recently probated.
mi. , i w,iato, ,w ,
f'.lin: "Did It ever occur to vou that
nearly all malo poets nnd planlstH
hnvn vnrv Tnni. hnlr?" Tin! "Yes: hut
ihcro Is n distinctive difference" She:
How so?" Ho: "Tho long nair or n
poet hangs down, whllo that of a pian
ist Btnnds up," Chicago Dally Nowx
Fine Job Printing at The bulletin
know just what this rlty could put up.
1 Mr. McCandless stated that It was
expected that local merchants would
sign contracts for freight and would
also sign lor a certain amount oi siock,
When the Information and guaranteo
s to freight nnd stock was forthcom-
Ing thcro would bo no time" lost In
starting to build tho new steamship
Freight contracts must bo signed for,
cor-'say, a period of flvo years, at ruling
Tlio statement of Mr. McCandless
'was brief nnd to the point. He stated
that thc proposed steamship was to in
about 450 feet In length, that It would
carry about 250 first class passengers
and Ave thousand tons of freight. It
will mako tho trips In uveand-a-hnlf
or flvc-and-thrre-quartcr days and will
in every way be first class and up-to
in every way uc nrsi cmss ami up-iw
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Uiv nn rnmrnnnlpninil liltf ilnalrtf I
Having communicated his dcslr
n.i. ..,n,K- ndinn l,n infcon In the mnt ,
ter of getting the support of local uusl-
pes Interests. Mr. McCandless with-
drew nnd tho Merchants Association
mreciors uisciisscii iiiciiroponuioii hi
length among themsches. They con-
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ftiui'rtru IIIUV IIIU 11II1U IIUI1 Ulll.CII 1UI
Immediate action and exprcsred the be
Hcf that Honolulu business men would
tally to the call for freight contracts
ntwl lnW nrntnlm, fli.n W. Rmilll
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H 111 HIV Vlltlll H11U, HIV WMlllllll V.,
the directors being so expressed, ha
named Messrs. Walter V. Dillingham,
A. Oartley nnd K. II. Paris as a special
.nmnilllna in n. Anon ila.lm ( Ii n filial.
i.wiiiiiiiiii.v iu hi wt.iw ...u.i, ...v ....a-
ness community for the required as
Mr. J. A. McCandless. recn this after.
fContlnued on Page 4.)
TO FOLLOW DEVELOPMENT
According to nil Indications the tang
ible remits of tho development of thn
Plneapplo Industry wilt bo very much
In oililenro during the not few months
. W. Fames, one of tho Wahlawa
pioneers, returned from a trip to the
Coast recently and reports a ery
strong probability quite equal to a rep
lalnty that a can factory will soon no
erected la Honolulu In connection with
the pineapple cannery work of this and
Doth tho United Can Company and
tho American Can Company hove thll.as clalme.l. wing inrougn mo use or,
place ery much In mind these days. "Witter Water."
Thc outnut of the Islands will bo In-
creased to such an extent In tho next," '""""".'".f" '""' '"". "T
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few years that such a factory will be a
necessity and money and Industry nev
cr allow an aching void where neces
sity exists. This will doubtless mean
an original Investment ot 110,000 and
employment for a good number of peo
The raw material for tho cans will
be shipped to this rlty and made up at
this factory. It will be a saving foi
the pineapple ranncrs and a good thins
for the town In every way.
If tho trnnsport Thomas arrives In
tlmo tho Moana Hotel will gtvo a dancu
tonlplit In honor of Quartermaster Cap
tnln V. K. Hart, tho officers on board
tho transport, and ladles. Tbo man
agement extends a cordial invitation
to tho friends of tho hotel who gener
ally attend theso Informal affairs and
derlte much enjoyment from them.
m a s
George I). Qoar has opened law of.
flcort In tho rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justlco Hatch bn Kaahumanu
ALEXANDER YOUNG DUILDINQ.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOOD3.
Take your Christmas Money
fjittaclaltd rrtu Sycrtal Catll)
CHICAQO, Jan. 12. There Is talk of President Roosevelt being secured
as the successor of the late John R. Harper, President of the University of
Chicago. The talk Is based on the assumption that Roosevelt will not accept
a second term.
MORALES TAFES REFUGE.
SAN DOMINGO, Jan. 12. President Morale has suffered a fracture of
the leg and has taken refuge In the American Legation. It Is expected he will
resign his office and depart
GREENE AND GAYNOR NOT DISCHARGED.
8AVANNAH, Jan. 12. The petition for the discharge of Greene and
Gaynor on trial for conspiracy to defraud tho Govrnment, has been denied.
CHINESE COMMISSIONERS IN SAN FRANCI8CO.
8AN FRANCISCO. Jan, 12. The Chinese Commissioner arrived In tho
steamer Siberia today. They were well
( oREDQER WRECKED ON REEF.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12. A
todatf n Duxbury reef.- Thlrty.flve persons on board were saved. The lojs
amounts io i3u,uuu,
NOEL'8 FRIENDLY VI8IT.
MANILA, Jan. 12. Admiral Noel, commanding the Brlt'sh squadron,
visiting this port, leaves on Sunday,
VENEZUELA CABLE CUT.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 The cable communication with Venezuela ha
8AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11 BUG AR: SS degree centrifugals, 3.67 cents
or $73.40 per ton. Previous quotation Jari. 10, 3.6875 cents; Jan. 4, 3-71
BEET8: 88 analysis, 8s 2 1-1d. P arlty. 3.70 cents, or $74.00 pr ton.
Previous quotation, 8s 3d.
Carter Tells Wymari
Of Alleged Successful
PEPALOU SAYS WITTER WATER CURED HIM
When Governor Carter was In San a severe test: that It made him dizzy,
Francisco last July, ho was colled upon Increasing Ills pain and burning sen
by C. II. Dwindle, who Introduced htm-:satlon, particularly at tho extremities,
self as a Yale man of the class af 'CO, which had long since been numb. Gov
urn! who sooko to tho Governor cou-lrrnor Carter noticed that ho had lost a
rernlng the discharge of George Pepa-
'ou from tho lcl,cr h8P"aI of San'
h - 'rnncl,,f0 belnB curw, ""' cllrc '!
TOO uovernor saw j-epaiou, who uauonu rasu
Ia . 1 . .! 1 . . Ilii. .!
tlcment at Molokal. He was examined,
he claimed, by Dr. Day of the Honolulu been a leper, but the man stated that
Board of Health, who turned him overhls mother died of leprosy In New York
to Dr. Carmlehael of the United States, City, that ho was the youngest ot a
quarantine authorities, and Pepalod number of children, and the only ont
was sent back to San I'ranclsco. where that Inherited tho dlicasc. When sev
ho began n systematic courso of taking en years old, ho was placed in conflne
tho "Witter Water" for thrco years, ment ln Now Orleans, being pro
At tho end of that time, he submitted nounced n leper by Dr, Isldor Dyer, wild
to all kinds of tests and examinations, treated him there. At that time, r
none of which showed any evidence of palou stated, a physician was brought
leprosy, and Pepalou was discharged
by tho Hoard of Health. This was tho
fellow who created a local sensation ny
ono day walking In on Geo, W Smith,
then a member af the Hoard of Health,
and asking to be sent to Molokal.
Pepalou spoko of the symptoms and
effects of the water, saying that It wai
1 to bur many patrons who visited
'niiiklng It the most prosperous week we have had In years. Wa havo
put forth every possible effort to convince the businesa public that
our $3.50 and $4.00 shoe for men constitute tho greatest value ever
offered In this city and now wo are In a position to realize how well
the public appreciates our endeavors.
Per the 8. 8. Alameda, 18 brand new line arrived, consisting of
all tho new models for Spring. Our shoe stock Is better than ever
at present. Come and let us stxjw you what we havo to offer and you
won't want to go anywhere else. imtAi.i ... ...
All-America Shoes Are Always Ahead
Manufacturers Shoe Co,
'PHONE MAIN 282 1061 FORT STREET.
dredger and two barges were wreeked
large part of his right foot, a consider,
able portion of the left foot, part o(
thumb and several fingers on each
nana, out ine woimus iook neauuy nna
theman claims to be free from all spoU
Doubt arose In Governor Carter's
mind as to whether Pepalou had ever
(Continued on Page 4.)
Henr) Waterhousa Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8tv
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
our store during Christmas week,
mn Wist itttiuiliiffVr;rtil-1 'ii 'ii u
. UU.tto. . .,U ,,.1 -,,. .i to JaAMl
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
I J 1 ,