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A TON OF DETERMINATION
From Sin Francisco:
Siberia.... Jan. 39
Sierra Jan. SI
America Maru . . ...... Feb. 5
For San Franclsoo: ..
Alameda .-...;., Jan. It
China Jan. 26
Moana Fob. 10
Aorangl .Fob. 7
The man who simply tits and waits
For trade to come along
Isn't worth the breath that one would I
To tell him he Is wrong.
For wealth Isn't flowing 'round this ,
For every lazy man to sup;
. You've got to get a hustle on
And go and hunt It up.
n- A D V B UTI S G -I
ADVERTISE AT ONCE IN THE BULLETIN
Vol. XVIII No 3288
nONOLULU. TKKK1TOKY OF HAWAII. TUKSDAY JANUARY 2:1, IIK)l!
Puioh ft Cents
Sugar Men Called To Account By Immigration Board
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APPARENTLY EVADING LAND ISSUE
The Doard of Immigration hold rath
er a lively meeting In the Magoon build
ing at- 8 o'clock this morning and the
burden of the song there sung wns that
the plantations bad been extremely
backward In coming forward to sup
port the Hoard In the matter of secur
ing from the Azores or elsewhere the
1000 agricultural families which tho
Secretary of tho Territory and tho
chairman of the Hoard, A. U C. Atkln
von. Is about to go after.
Tho opinion was expressed by Com
missioner J. 1'. Cooke that some of the
sugar planters had been taking advant
age of the Hoard and that It was high
time that plantations, other than the
few which had made promises In re
gard to giving land to the prospective
rctllers. came forward and gave somo
kind of a guarantee of willingness to
tlo the right thing.
There was much talk of this kind
and the meeting ended with no definite
Idea except that the plantation should
bo aroused to tho necessity and Im
portance of getting Into line.
Present at the meeting were Com
missioners J. 1'. Cooke. K. D. Tenner,
John Cardcn and J. P. Craig and As
sistant Secretary Clarence Crabbe and
representatives of tho press.
Crabbe read the minutes of the last
meeting, after which Cooko announced
that ho had received a couplo of letters
I from Mr. Atkinson. The letters were
1 handed to Mr. Crabbe to be read to
tho Hoard. There were somo things
contained therein that members of the
Hoard requested tho members of the
press not to publish at this time, not
that the mattora amounted to anything
as far as Importance went but that they
were embryonic and publicity might
Inlerfero with successful consumma
tion of detail.
Atkinson In his letters started In by
confirming cablegrams ho had sent the
Hoard hero and which uavo already ap
peared In substance In tho local news
papers. Referring to tho fact that
Ilutehlngson, for whom Atkinson
cabled to go on and help him, had snld
that ho could not go at this tlmo nnd
that he, Ilutehlngson, considered It un
necessary that a man should go on at
this time, Atkinson declared that ho
(Continued on Page 4.)
I REV. DliS
AND HIS 1HE0RIFS
In His Worship Of
Chinese Pagoda -
LIVELY DISSECT IOJ OF ARTICLE
WRITTEN FOR THE OUTLOOK
WOULD SCUDDER MARRY WHITE
DAUQHTER3 TO CHINESE HUS
BANDS AND TRADE CHRIST
The San Francisco Argonaut In Its
Issuo of January 13th devotes Its first
pago to tho following editorial com
ment on Iter. Doremtts scuddor of Ho
nolulu under tho tttlo. of "Tho Theo
ries of tho Itov. Doremus":
Long ago vo pointed out that tho de
feat of a whlto raco by a yellow raco
In a gigantic war would mean tho rise
of tho yellow races to power. Long
ago wo said that tho defeat of Russia
by Japan would send a thrilling shock
through the vast, lethargic framo of
(Continued on Page 6.)
Kohala Ditch Issues .
For Irrigation Work
Half Million Bonds
FIRST MORTGAGE, 6 PER CENT, THIRTY-TENS
Tho stockholders of tho Kohala
Ditch Company, Limited, held a prt
vato meeting this morning In tho of
fices of Hind, Rolph Company In tho
Waverlcy block and authorized tho ex
ecution and delivery of a trust deed
for half a million dollars to tho Mer
cantile Trust Company of San Fran
Cisco fop tho Issuance of first mort
gago 6 per cent, bonds In tho sum of
9500,000 for tho construction and
equipment of ditches, irrigation works,
reservoirs and other property of tho
Thcso bonds are payable In thirty
years and nro redeemable In ten
They are practically all provided for
with tho Harvey Mill Company, tho
Samuel Parker Interests and a San
The capital stock of the company Is
J500.000, all subscribed and paid In.
The company has the privilege of In
creasing capitalization to ono million
Tho work on tho ditch Is making
splendid progress and there Is every
assurance that tho work will bo com
pleted and tho water started, as ac
cording to tho company's agreement
with tho Government, on tho first day
f July next.
Officers wcro elected this morning,
old officers being ro-clcctcd, as fol
lows: President. John Hind; First
Vlco President, Samuel Parker; Sec
ond Vice President, Fred. Wundcn
burg; Secretary, Abram Lewis Jr.;
Treasurer, J, S. Low; and tho abovo
officers, together with J. T. McCrosscn
and O cor go V, Macfarlano, are to con
stitute the board of directors,
S, D. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In the Boston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Tolephono Main 192.
The next consignment of the Troplo
Fruit Co.'s sslected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Ala
meda Jan. 24th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St.
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and posses superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
extremest dresser and the conserva
.Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
ON FEB. 3 WILL HOLD
The annual meeting of the farmers'
Institute of Hawaii will be held at Ka
mehameha Schools on Saturday, Feb
The program will bo as follows;
2:30 p. ra. Business Meeting. Re
port of the secretary-treasurer. Elec
tion of offlcer. Report of Committee
on Co-operative Marketing.
3:30 p. m. Spraying Demonstration
When the harbor Improvements arc
completed It Is probable that tho big
Hill liners, the Minnesota and the
Dakota, will be ablo to come Into Mono,
lulu. When the dredging Is finished
the harbor will bo more llian-thlrty-flic
feet deep and thlrty-slx feet In most
places. Tho sovcrnment contract calls
for a depth of thirty-five feet but tho
dredging company Is doing the digging
a foot deeper The tmmenso steamers
tould probably arrange to tie up at the
Naval wharf, which Is almost in n
straight line with the main cbannql.
"It Is only a matter of time
until Honolulu harbor will have
to le deepened again," said Lieut.
Blattcry of the government engineer's
offlco this nfternoon. When the future
dredgng Is completed the harbor will
be forty feet deep.
J. II. Cnstlo has as yet received no
word from Los Angeles In regard to tho
Moloknn settlement proposition.
Tho Hawaii Promotion Commlttco
moeta at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon.
There will bo no meeting of tho
Hoard of Health tomorrow.
On Friday the Civic Federation will
be a year old.
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I). I Van Dine. J. K. Hlgglns.
4 p. m. Inspection of the farm and
shops of Kamehamehn Manual Train.
Music Knmchamcha Glee Club.
Address of Welcome President P.
Response and President's annual ad
dress Jared D. Smith.
Music; Karacbameha Maudolln Club.
Tho Use of the Agricultural Colleges
Prof. U. Thompson.
Music Kamchameha Glee Club.
Sisal nnd other Commercln. Fibers
Win. Welnrlch, Jr.
All those who ore Interested aro
Large Tract In Kau
Soon To Be
Opened For Settlers
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LARGE LOTS OF VALUABLE CANE LAND
The Government is at present mak
ing preparations for tho opening of an
other tmmenso trace of land In pursu
ance of its policy of giving the public
lands to settlers and agriculturalists.
The tract In question ,ls known by tho
name of Kaunamana, and Is situated
In Kau. H1s not fur from tho village
of Naalchu, Tho nearest landing Is at
Tho anrvov ilenartment has had some
of its officials at work surveying the
lands for somo tlmo past, anil u is. ex
pected that the complete Burcy, In
cluding tho division Into lots, will b
completed within a week or two.
"Tho Kaunamano land comprises
about 1010 acres," said Surteyor Gen
eral Wall this forenoon. "A great part
of It Is at present under cann cultlva-
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to keep, bonds, deed, securities and
other valuable papers.
A key to gst at them and every ac
commodation at a trifling
This Is one of the features offered by
Will ID m
Thieves Work During
Daylight As Well
As At Night
ONE MAN CtUGHT AND SFNF
TO JAIL FOX 18 MONTHS
IN MOST CASE8 CLOTHE8 HAVE
BEEN TAKEN FROM RESI
Daylight robberies and burglaries at
night, In addition to tho theft of bicy
cles and other articles from houses In
all parts of Honolulu, have rccontly
been reported to tho police. Ono of
tho guilty men, Yco Sun Chun, a Ko
rean, was sentenced to eighteen
months In Oahu prison In tho Pollco
Court this morning. Ho had only been
out of Jail two weeks. Six suits of
stolen clothes woro found among his
fiffects. Also hair brushes and many
On a number of occasions money has
been taken when it could bo found.
Hut clothes aro left around mora care
lessly than money nnd JJ)o thief orJ
tmccs iook mo wearing apparel, as
a rule tho dishonest person has used
good judgment In selecting his plun
der In every caso ho tins taken only
tho best suits, tho finest underwear,
and tho most expensive articles to bo
, Amcrlcus Crockett's room In tho
Johnson house, on Alakca street, was
burglarized one night last wcok and
three suits of clothes taken, Mr.
Crockett was In bed at tho tlmo asleep.
Tho thief boldly entered tho place and
from tho looks of things the next
morning seemed to have mado himself
(Continued on Page 8.)
MimmWiI I'rtu lnHal Cftoiel
CANTON, Jan. 23 8erlous trouble that threatens an Outbreak has been
brought about by the Viceroy's scheme of taxation In order to raise revenue
for the construction of the Canton-Kaukow railroad. Three Chinese gunboats
have been summoned.
Gould Road Wins
(AiKKUittd rrftt trpectal CabU)
OAKLAND, Cat., Jan, 23. The City Council has recommended granting
harbor terminal franchises to the Western Pacific Railway. This has been
fought by the Southern Pacific Interests.
P W V m. V Y
hft Kash nmnanv LtaJTrustccud
AGENTS ' i Port Street, Uonnlnln
tlon. It was leased to the Hutchinson
Bugar Co., but the lease has, I think,
expired. An extension of the lease
was granted and tho plantation is now
engaged In tumcstlng Its last crop of
"Tho tract has been subdivided Into
fifty-nine lots. The greater part of tho
land Is suitable for cane cultivation, a
largo percentage of It having as a mat
ter of fact grown cano'for somo time
past. The tract has been cut up with
a view of balng each lot contain from
twenty-flo to thirty-live acres of cane
land. It Is generally estimated that
one man can cullhuto about twenty
acres of cane nnd with tho assistance
of his family, a little moro. The low
will practically be small furms, as, In
addition to the cane land, pieces of live
or six acres of grazing land will be
thrown In with each lot, to be used
by tho settlers as pasturage for their
"I am unable to tell you definitely
under what system tho government In
tends to open this tract," continued Mr,
Wall. "That being more in the prov
ince of tho Land Commissioner's office
I am under the Impression, however,
that thoy will be opened as homesteads
or be disposed of at a very cheap price.
It Is probable that tho Idea Is that the
scttlcra will produce cane, which thus
will dispose of under some contract
with the neighboring plantation. In
this connection It might bo said that
It Is quite probable thut the pettier!
may put under cane cultivation a largi
cart of tho land, which will bo gives
them as pasturo land, as tho plantation
has heretofore probably only used the
(Continued on Page 8)
George D. Gear has opened law of
fice In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justice. Hatch on Kaahumanu
Tho Japanese fishermen two who
wcro taught In (he kona last week nnd
tho rescuo party of eight who novo
been missing from Chaunol wharf fnr
tevcrnl days, returned last ctcnlng with
many weird tales of tho sea to tell. An
other pair also returned, but minus
their sampan. When tne storm was ai
Its worst last week the two men wcro
fishing off Walmanalo. They made an
endeavor to reach tho shoro for the
purpose of landing. The sea was so
rough that the boat became unmanage
able and was" dashed against the rocks
and demolished. The two narrowly es
caped with their lives. A sampan la
worth from $250 to f 400, according to
The two Japanese who started out
fishing last Wednesday wcro found by
the rescue party In tho larger sampan,
which started out Friday to search for
them. When the storm came up thoy
were blown Into Walalae bay near Ko
ko Head and remained there until the
searching party discovered them. All
returned last night In a joyous mood.
Tho eight fishermen who started out to
bunt for the supposed lost pair sailed
about for three days befofo they finally
encountered their missing fellow w oriel
All Is well now nt the Channel wharf
tho wind has died down, all the re
cently missing fishermen havo returned
and this morning tho Japanese set
sail and most of them nro again In their ,
respective districts In every direction
fishing and as happy as ever.
Mn'orMfrif Special VnaUl
8AN FRANCISCO, Jan, 23. A steamer reported to be the Valencia Is
wrecked on Cape Beale, Vancouver Island. One hundred persons have been
CRUISER8 8AIL FOR VENEZUELA.
PORT OF 8PAIN, Jan. 23. Two French cruisers sailed from this port
today presumably for Venezuela.
JOHN MITCHELL LEADS THE MINERS.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 23. John Mitchell waa today reelected President
of the miners' association.
8AN FRANCI8CO, Jan. 22-SUQ AR: OS degree Centrifugals, 3.625c, or
172.50 per ton. Quotation, Jan. 20, 3.5 t cents; Jan. 18, 3.6175 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s 3d. Par It, 3.71. Previous quotation, 8s 21-4d.
Is Not In
William 11. Shipman of Illlo has filed
an answer In tho caso of the United
States against tho Metropolitan Meat
Co., Ltd., commonly known as tho beof
trust case. Shipman shows that ho
has been raising cattlo for a number
of years past, but denies that the Met
ropolltan Meat Co. la engaged in soil
Ing cattlo or beef to any persons on
his tienaif. .
Shipman furthor denlea that ho. dl
rcctly or Indirectly, owns shares In tho
Metropolitan Moat Co. or has at any
tlmo assisted In tho election of any of
lta officers. Ho also denies that ho
has entered Into an agreement with
the other defendants or other persons
for tho purpose of fixing the price of
beof and that ho has entered Into any
conspiracy for tho purpose of destroy
ing competition. For moro specific an-
(Continued on Page 5.)
Not As Yet
"Any cablo yet!"
This quostlon was asked hundreds
of times In tho Judiciary building dur
ing tho forenoon. Every attornoy who
entered the sacred halls, as well aa
many others not connected officially
with tho legal machinery, had that
query on his lips, and was doomed to
Neither Governor Carter nor Judgo
Robinson wero at their respective
scats of action this forenoon. Tho Gov
ernor Is understood to bo confined to
his home by a sevcro cold, whllo Judgo
Robinson, as his term expired at mid
night, had no special reason for being
at his chamber. Up till noon, how
ever, neither had received any Informs,
tlon from Washington regarding tho
In the mcantlmo considerable flgur
(Continued on Page 4.)
M) Walerhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARQE-8IZED RUQS IN
and TAPESTRY QOOD8,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Qood Parlor Rug.
This may sound quite strange to
many people, but to the man who la
wearing our "ALL AMERICA,, 3.00
and HOO 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" 8hoes once worn are alwaya
Manufacturers Shoe Co,
'PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT STREET.