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HONOLULU. TKUKITORY OF HaWAJ', THURSDAY. .TANUA.KY 18. 1900
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Vol. XV ni No 328A Cr HONOLULU. TKUU1TOKY OF HaWAP, THURSDAY. .TAMUAHY 18. 19O0 . Pbiob 5 Obkts
MERCHANTS RECIPE TO TEST CORPORATION EXHIBIT LAW
Din- lni.rnr.en hnuin IMS It Wl iMorphanle In Armc IIRCRAI GAIMv
TOGETHER FOR GLORY
Big Increase Shown
, By Cobb
In Local Fisheries
INTERESTING REPORT ON ISLAND FINDINGS
Tho Governor has received from the possibilities of several Industrie. Sunf
Washington a copy of tho report on ' tea , t the fl.h'ng here a. or Jl1"
"Tho Commercial Fisheries of tUo Ha- . ' cchb.de-mcr nlso known aa '?& 0,her teams. The object Is to keep
wallan Islands In 1903." by John 1L ?i e'" rJ?hfch ? if much i used by tho "" Alumnl Wether and to meet tho
Cobb, agent of the Bureau of Fisher-, gg lDOi demands of such athletes as Kanae.
A movement to organize a Kamo-
jhamoba Alumni Track Team reached
lis cnmax last evening, wnen it was
decided by tho Alumni Association at
a special meeting held at Its hall on
Fort street, to enter a team In tho big
track event which Is to take p'lace next
March, under the auspices of tho Hoy's
Brigade. The organization ol a track
les . Tho report Is an appendix to the
rcoprt of tho Commissioner of Fisher
ies to tho Secretary of Commerce and
After a general Introduction the re
port dwells on tho subject of fishery
laws ami gives a lengthy and detailed
list of tho commercial fishes found
here, giving their names In Hawaiian
English and Latin, average weight.
A table shows the number of persons
engaged In the fisheries, as follows:
Americans, 14; Chinese, 244; Hawaiian
men, 1,360; Hawaiian women, 298;
Italians, 3; Japanese men, 1,232; Jap
anese women, 23; Portuguese, 7; and
South Sea Islanders, CO; making a to
tal of 3,241 persons. These aro dis
tributed by Islands as follows: On
Hawaii, 827; Kahoolawe, 9; Kauai,
114: Lanol, 22; Maul. 279; Molokal,
300; Nllhau, 12; and Oahu, -1,478.
A detailed statement shows tho val
ue of tho yield of 1903, tho totals bo-
Ing as follows:
Merchants In Arms
The Japanese fishermen aro not fish
Ine much of late on account of the
rough weather. However, they aro al-1 tl,J I'bllc.
ways working. Ilcralrs are being maue
to tho sampans and new recruits for
the business are being taught how
handle sails but more Important the
rods and Immense fish.
U the rough weatner at sea con
tinues off Honolulu there might be a
shortage of certain kinds of salt water
fish within the next few weeks. Tho
$077,897 1 fishermen figure that the winds and
Plunkett, Joe Pa and others for such
The movement found Its way upon
tho suggestion of Mr. Home, principal
of the Kamchameha Schools, to adopt
this course. Says he, that tho time
will come, If It has not yet arrived,
when the Kamehameha Alumni will
have to stand by Itself. The Idea V
participating with the school boys
under the name "Kamchameha," as
was done at the last field day, he
thinks. Is not practicable. At times It
would be hard to make satisfactory ar
rangements between the school boys
and tho Alumni. In that event a dis
ruption would arise, and the Alumni
would be forced to Join other clubs as
they are now doing, there being no sep
arate organization of their own, It Is
deemed by tho Alumni that the organ
ization of a separate team would not
only bnd them together, but It will In
crease the enthusiasm In this sport and
keener competition- will be assured to
OFFICIAL NOTICES SENT BROADCAST
Secretary ndwIn.H. Paris of the Mcr-1 proper authorities for official Inspcc
chants' Association this morning sent t Hon. but object to tho opportunity now
to all the members of the Association P"" grangers, perhaps only in the
...,,, ,, . ... ,. .... 'country for a day or so, to pry Into
the following notice. It Is said that th.r cornorato affalri. and o. nirhana
Ilcnson. Smith may bo the firm to M mm.,,,,t ....i.ii.t. m.n,n
subject of the proposed text:
Gentlemen: You will please" be ad
vised that at a meeting of Directors of
the Merchants Association, held on
January 17. 190G.
steps bo taken to contest the legality of
the statuto requiring corporalon ex
hibits. The Committer appointed by Presi
dent Smith was authorized to secure
legal assistance and proceed In tho
prcmltes, as they might see fit, In
bringing the matter before tho Courts.
It Is proposed that the commlttco ar
rango with some one local corporation,
on whom a test case could bo brought.
successfully establish competition.
A meeting of tho dlcctors of tha
Merchants' Association was held yes
terday afternoon and It was decided to
i, neiu uu ,. .,. . , ,i. i. ..hi--
it was voted that ""- '"", "'"u "?"., n""",.'
Its. Tho matter was referred back to
tho special commltteo having tho mat
ter In chargo, to arrange for a test
caso and to Interview Territorial offi
cials with reference to this contcm
rAnothted Frttt ipt-rUI CabUI
LONDON, Jan. 18. Later returna from the elections Increase the Liberal
gains. The result to date shows that In the next Parliament the Liberals will
return 189, Unionists 79, Irish Nationalists SB, and Laborltes 33. '
ORDERED TO LEAVE.
The S. S. Mongolia Is due tomorrow
from Yokohama. It sho arrives In tho
morning the will probably sail In the
lfternoon for San Francisco.
Gcorgo D. Goar has opened law of
dcoH In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justlco Hatch on Kaahumanu
E DAVIS. THE Mil
1ULU .. i U,iUIUU fHll I "" "" -" -"- ' " - -
A table shows tho capital Invested pan weauior prevailing aooui ineirusn- , l)0 wcakenlng,
In flshorles lu 1900 and 1903 as fol ing grounus uuring ncany vi oi jail- ,10 nu(led the box M ne must
P. A. Davis, the marine, charged
with turning In false fire alarms, seems
He now says that If
Hawaii .... ,j$
l.anat . ,
Maul . .,
uary nas cosi mom inousanus o. ui-i,mvo ,,rMnk nt tho tlmc. u luT1
imiib. uiiij . " wi -mw v ouMaiz-atB i.(,ftn ftrlnlMm In atpmh lnr til r.
at th.q Channel wharf have ventured lurn Ugt week on the ga(urn ,rom
lui waaiu me pusi lew wi'vits.
Totols ..$272,591 $309,217 $ 30,620
Another table shows tho" wholesale
fishery trade In 1903 as follows:
Honolulu. Hilo. Total.
Number of firms.. 9 4 13
Number employees 71 23 91
Honolulu. Hllo. Total.
Property. .$219,850 $100,000 $325,850
Wages . .. 32,300 15,000 47,300
Cash Cap.. 112,500 34,700 147,200
Total . .$364,650 $155,71)0 $520,350
Cobb's report furthermore contains
many statistical tables showing the
extent of the fisheries on the various
Islands, tho number of fish examined
in tho Honolulu and Hllo fish markets,
Midway, where he had been stationed
for ten months.
In ;ate Davis should be acquitted of
the chargo In llio Police Court he will
probably be taken before a lourt-mnr-tlal
at tho barracks on another nut
ter, Tuesday night some one called
up Lieut. Harlce at the Naval Station
As a result of tho tampan fishermen
being unable to make their regular
dally catches tho other fishermen who
raise the flnney tribes In ponds for the
market are doing a lanilofTlco business.
The natives who spear fish aro also
working overtime and conditions In tho
fishing buslnoss are resuming tho shape
It had some years ago before tho sam
pans and their Japancso owners entered
The JapancBO sampan men aro pray
Ing that the bad weather will let up
uuu weir vuiujieuuin nro iiujm.ik iui BUI)C3, Ti10 Untenant
i coniiniie.. ,i. an hi winu in fo,m, out tnat a marne ,
viuwb iiuuuu buuu, paj witj jiuwuuuu
fishermen, and they are taking advant
age of tho southeastern brcezo now prevailing.
"The merchants will probably tost
that portion of the corporation law
which requires that they fllo corporato
exhibits' open to tho Inspection of tho street.
puuiic. incy Birunuuusiy oujeci .lu
having exhibits open to anyone and Oceanic Lodge No. 371, F, & A. M.,
everybody. They are perfectly willing will hold a special meeting this eveii'
to fllo their exhibits In. detail with tho ing. Work in tho imru uegrcc.
Another bunch of Information has
been handed the members of tho Wash
Ington delegation, Including material
I .i.i i i i i.i i I refund bill could bo made,
l liic ll'li-linuuu ubcu ! miumiil, mil- (jjlph lncllldl'8
Tho Oregon Journal of January 3
makes tho final announcement of tha
(XnocUIti Pf$i JTperfaf Cmtnl
PARI8, Jan. 18. M. Maubourguet, charge d'affaires for Venezuela, re
celved official announcement thla afternoon of his expulsion from French tr
JEWI8H ANARCHISTS EXECUTED.
WARSAW, Jan, 18. Six Jews, members of the local anarchists commit
tee, were executed today.
OUR 8HIP8 SAIL FOR TANGIER.
18. The American cruiser squadron has 'sailed for
TILLMAN RESOLUTION TABLED.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 The Senate today tabled the resolution Intro.
duced by 8enator Tillman calling for an Investigation of the eviction of Mrs.
Morris from the White House.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Jan. 17 SUGAR: 98 degree Centrifugals, 3.61 cents.'
$72.20 per ton. Previous quotation, 3.67 cents or $73.40 per ton.
Inler-lsland S. S. Co.
' To Fight Tax Cases
CANNOT OBEY TWO COURTS AT ONCE
. i i il a .11 . I " Mvswsiwsa, siavsiitai
V..i IE ... i. '""from which tho prcttlost nrgumentB
uj.. Huvu . utuvvi uiu ,.- imaginable In favor of tho 75 per cenL
taming the man at tho other end of .,.,, ,,, rnIlll1 ,, mn,,n Tho ,,.
tho Governor's two lows;
last messages to tho Legislature and:and;
Inter-Inland Steam Navigation i Judge Dolo ruled that seamen's wages
Cn linn ,lerldp,i in flcht ihn tn nfflpo could not bo garnlshced. This Is not
winners of that paper s voting contest jn i,chalf of Its employees, of whom garnishee proceeding, but an attach
for tho eight most popular young ladle, forty-threo had their wages nttoched j 'nent. Still wo want to bo perfectly
who aro to visit the Islands as the Jour, for taxes a few days ngo. Tho action ' ur0 about tho matter, and for .that
iniin Kuumii, mini uuuivn uiv wo pf (no company Is. however, not auito " "' cuuiiiauy is -.ukiuk iu mu
Mies Minnie S. Phillips of Port-
Miss Hallla Madtgan, of Port-
ns philanthropic as It might seem tP Itsolf,
llrst blush, It Is really because It lit-
Tho call was from tho Stockyard1. ,i,. . .,,... rrnn. hi. in.t nn.land: Miss Katie Nash, of La QraiHle; .. .. i.,.. .. :.h i.
afterward . . ... .i. u , ..-.. ii iu Mmllln nrniuln. nf The Dalles:, ..' ...,.. . .. '.u . '...,'.
bad called him from tTiere.
mini aAnnit tn tlti Uayirnl n t rt thn In.
nnlfArm "" V.lt, .M v WV.u,, wfc ,. ...
A ftai mini. 'v"u"
ni.S huvh- rntn n-
........ -w --.,.-. . ..-- ... ...- .!. 4tl. - VM I""""";
Tho latter are In typewritten Mi" .""8 King, oi uiuoriu, ,.,", t ho deep blue Bcaruen, blue becauso
i the printed copies of this re-j mrence ueavrcn, oi -r-'luey had their entfro wages of
Honing tho workmen about tho stables '. ' t '. rcceivcd' Ington; Miss Ulanche Urown, of Salem;
Frank Vlda, who has been visiting
his brother, Henry Vlda, tho assistant
Btierlff. for tho past six weeks, left yes
terday afternoon on tho S. S. Coptic (0wn
tor onanguai. Mr, viua win prouauiy.
tho number and value of tho fish ponds engage In tho commission business,
on the various Islands, tho number of'
pcoplo engaged In pond fishing, tho nocelpts have been filed of Lordla it.
number and character of boats, nets Schmidt. Elizabeth Falrchlld and Ma
nnd other Implements used In tho va- rla K. King, acknowledging tho ro
tloiis fisheries, etc., etc. It also con- eclpt of $5851.73 each as their full ells-
tnlna severnl articles descriptive of tho trlbutlvo shares of the estato of Thos.
tlshcrles hero as well as pointing out J. Cummins, deceased.
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
, Never before have we been able to
"show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
I'.''nted probably by tho tax office,
the authorities are of the opinion that. ' " " " """ """", S,Ueftta Courtemanche, of McKInn- ' B ""'J7 0Tono hand I pays
other band. It obeys
by then Superintendent of Public In loruanu uwrici. jiiimonw nw tn Tcrrltoral court, withholds tho
Btrucllon James C. Davis; Territorial "' "Llu"cl, "' " --"".'"" '"" .wages. It Is liable to get into trouble
iionus: Hawaiian lanncrv .nierDrisea - -. . . 1
hours later the false alarm was rung
In from box 24. Three alarms have
been turned In since Davis has been in
Residents of that section of Punahou
bounded by Wilder avenue, Maklkl,
cr's report Include tho following sub burg. Wl'"."1"'' of the T
Jects; Finances, by Treasurer A. J. Sallle Madlgan to tho original t whencc (hc wrlu of
Campbell; Hawaii's Educational WorfT. wlnnen m ib. anlahtU weond I f on h h
bv then Snnorlntcndent of Public In Portland district. Mi. Mollle Proeb- . , . t
by G. J. Waller; Honolulu Iron Works
by C. Hedemann; Vanilla, by, Edward
II. Edwards; Fisheries Cases, showing
tho expense Involved In this matter;
Chinese Fund; Improvements at tho
Leper Settlement; "Of International
!ir,Rr.U"f,!i?Y'"CU"' me'1, importance," this' being an extract
from tho report of Dr. Cofer of tho
tonight at the club house, corner ot
S,n?Jlm?. w.., 1" ,i r,,,h United States Marino Hospital Sen
Ei. Unv..L' '"' C'"i S'iS I": Public Works, bye. 8. H.ol.oway;
cent to all the residents and property
owners of tho district nnd It Is hoped
a largo nunitwf will turn out.
Hon. Eric Kmulsen. Speaker of tho
Home, and Mrs. KnmUrn, nccompa-
their liomo on Kauai by the Mikahala nttractcd by tho Island trailo!
ihUnf.er.inon. "" Industry on Hawaii, by , II.
Alfred Beniamin & Co.,
The Kash Company Ltd.
to keep bonds, deed, securities and
other valuable papers.
A key to get at them and every ac
commodation at a trifling
This is one of the features offered by
Trust Co., Ltd
t Street, Honolulu
Flro Claims; Wharves nnd Harbors;
Forestry; , Commerce and Navigation,
by Collector E. It. Stackable, this ar
ticle showing In tho main tho largo
amount of American shipping, no less
than SO per cent, of tho vessels or L . ..Oiiectlon of tho nletiircti of tho
n Lit oho nn.l Ulrlnna i - "-- -
successful belles. It Is now on me hi
the Secretary' olllco, where It can be
seen by prospective entertainers ot th
Tho following petition to the Super
visors Is at prctent being circulated
and extensively signed:
We. the undersigned citizens of tho
Territory of Hawaii, U. 8. A., and real-
dents of Honolulu, county ot uanu, ae
Irous ot assisting in promoting the
welfare of the commonwealth by beau
tlfylng the city and capital of this Ter
an ornament ana
do hereby petl
Supervisors ot this
ur nttor-! County for two street electric lights to
whence they will snend Boveru! wcoks "0'B aro Smith U 1-cwn. we no not no pmceu n mo inicrfciuoii oi runcn
wnenco Uiey will spmu vtvrui u .i. ,,.1,1.1, .n i,n. .....I llniol tlrl. n, nnn t nr
various is- ""t. "."?'""'"' ".'"": .v. " :,""" : " 'i":::.r: " ;.r;r..:.: :..
No papers In relation to tho matter
(vers filed In tho United States pistrlct
Court this forenoon, but It Is expected
that they will bo filed In tho near fu
ture. WANT STREET LIGHTS
The Journal says further: "Tho 1 T"""l. XI' ... r. 7- LCi.t. -.Jijo.
'iMon.l.mHl rt ihn 1nt.f-n1'a nnMV Will VWUUOUI tllW ol,l",vl n,UVM j-.w..-i.w
(ll-citiit. i a , nv - ( .milniil tViA aftnftViltia- nt uttamtin'
leave Iortlond February 10, If that w""fc "w w "ft "
finie in HiiiiBiULLury lu iuc niuucn. .;-. . . .. . ..
Tlieir nlcasuro wlllbe consulted by the1 Tno "mpany is onnging mo caso tifymg the city anu ta
management o? Tho Journal Krem "rfore ,ho Unl,ed 8talC8 strict rltory and making It .
Port?and they will a?stv".lt San Fran- Court." said President J. A. Kennedy attrition to tourists,
UKO lor SOierai uuy, Ulier Mllli.li Jiio .l,.. ll,o n,,ll, "rtur nltnr.IPnt.nlv hr li-n slrwl
w 11 take the Heartier tor nonoiuu.. ---- --- r-.-r-'
fir'.,. ."?.. .'..." ..-.v. 7.V, .;. aro llablo to do. as wo havo had to do! near tho car station outside tho Kawal
neonle of Hono ulu who are n.akl m before. If wo pay tho officers now. Wo uhao Girls' Seminary on Hotel street,
nrenuratlons or tho' v s t of The Jour do not want to vlolato tho Federal -tat "Hoping our petition will rocelvo fa
ml i.a?tv" ' itte. nnd, as you know, when a similar vorablo consideration, your petitioners
n-... .; !..,. nr ti,o in..rnni rnn. rnso was brought u n somo tlmo ago humbly subscrll-o thvnikclves," etc.
-WIS ettUIV loo'iv w nv w..... - --.. . . ' . .. .,Mn,.
riving here Hying tho Stars and Btrlpes
cars; Postal Affairs, uy rosimasicr
Josoph G. Pratt, showing tho Impor
tance of tho Honolulu postofflco us a
distributing point for. other trans-Pacific
points; Lands Available, for Set
tlement, Leaso, Sale or Other Dispo
sition Each Year from 1905 to 1926;
Public Henlth nnd Marino Hospital
Scrvlco, by Dr. L. E. Color; and Immi
Tho articles relating to various In
cinstrien mntnln valuable Information.
I allowing tho possibilities of Hawaii aa
well as tho difficulties which eomo ot
lil..n. l.ni.n nnntonil with.
S. U. Kingsbury hnB opened law of
fices In tho Huston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telephono Main 192,
i ' ' i
Thenext consignment of the Trople
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 6. 8. Mongo
lia Jan. 19th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St.
Hani) Waterhoiise Trust Co,, Ltd..
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a
LARGE-8IZED RUGS IN
and TAPE8TRY GOODS.
This may sound quite strange to
many people, but to the man who Is
wearing our "ALL AMERICA,, $3.00
and $4.00 shoes, It Is a settled fact that
they are the most popular shoes In
town. Their wearing, fitting and style
qualities are unequaled anywhere. "All
America" Shoes once worn are always
Manufacturers Shoe Co,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
PHONE MAIN 282 1051
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