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Vol. XV m No 3280
HONOLULU TKKK1TORT OF HAWAII. WftDNKBDAY .TANUAHY OJ, 190(5
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Alexander 6- Baldwin Take Up Kihei Indebtedness
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To Bring Molokans
TIES FOR KOOLAU RAILWAY' ON S. S, OLYMPIA
Tho Molokans aro coming. They aro
expected here early In Majch. Tho
steamship Olympla will bring them to
Hawaii, about six hundred of them, to i
settle on the Kapaa lands, all arrange.
ments having been made, according!
to cables received late yesterday after.'
noon by the Governor and James D.
Castle, published elsewhere.
"I am most pleased and Impressed
wun mo came irom captain uemens,
said Mr. Castle this morning to a. Bui-.!
lotln man. The cable read: "Every
filing satisfactory; shake!' "It would
nppcar from this," continued Mr. Cas
tle, "that wo havo every reason to bo
llevo that the 'most satisfactory ar
rangements have been made and that
tho terms of the contract are as they
Mr. Castle went on to say that
Ocorgo P. Thlelen, stock-broker of this
city, would go to Los Angeles, prob
ably taking tho steamship China from
this port, and take charge of all tho
details of getting tho Molokans to
theso Islands. Arrangements for get
ting the steamship Olympla for tho
transportation of the settlers wcro
started some time ago. The Olympla
has been here before. She Is a vessol
of 1730 net tonnage, capable of carry
ing 550 second-class passengers and 23
In tbo first cabin. It Is expected that
eho will leao the Coast the latter part
of next month. Mr. Castle expects
that about six hundred persons will
make tbo trlp . ,,
When Captain Demetls-last wroio J.
I). Castle there were 78 Molokan fam
ilies ready to" leavo'for Hawaii at
moment's notlco. Altogether there aro
130 families coming. ' Alexander &
Baldwin are handling the matter In
Captain Demens, In his leadership of
tho Molokans In this mattter, cannot
have too much said of him in the? way
of praise. Through hla untiring ef
forts tho plans hae resulted most suc
cessfully. Success would probably
havo been Impossible without his
leadership. When Castle last heard
irom him, under dato of tho 11th In
stant, ho was still unwell, having Vcn
taken 111 here with ptomalno poisoning,
as ho thinks. '
Mr. Castle stated this morning that
now that this first venturo showed ev
ery prospect of success. It was up to
Hawaii to do all within her power to
cnoourago more people like tho Molo
kans to come here and settle. The
coming of these first six hundred Mo
lokans means that many more of these
desirable- people will come hero a
land Is offered. The main idea, how
over, should bo to encourage settle
ment in communities as tho Molokans
aro about to settle.
"As we have land opportunities to
offer," said Mr. Castle, "we should of'
for them to people who will settle In
communities like the Molokans. This
method of settlement will bo a great
thing for tho country and should by all
means bo encouraged. If we can get
The Kash Company Ltd
pcor-lo with tho same community Ideas
as the Molokans, as wo expect to gat
many moro of tbo Molokans them
selves, we shall be fortunate."
The steamship Olympla will take tbo
Molokans direct to Kauai and then
come to Honolulu. Thlelen will bring
In tho Olympla tho tics for tho Koolau
A cargo of sugar will be taken back
to the Coast by tho Olympla. She will
havo quite a cargo of goneral freight
for this port.
Wahlncaukal Laiarus this morning,
through hor attorney, C. W. Ashford,
filed a motion that her husband, Alex
ander K. Lazarus, bo cited for con
tempt for dlsoboylng tho Court's order
lo refrain from Interfering with her.
Tho order was granted by Judge Do
Holt, who ordered Laiarus to appear lMnna on tho Ada, who reported tho
beforo him next Frfday. jy 35 mCB 0ff port early this morn-
Mrs. Laiarus shows that on Oct 2"..nE. Ho had sighted her and she was
1905, sho filed a libel for divorce on: headed this way. The Lady will pro
tho order referred to above was made. bnbly arrlT gomo tm0 late this alter
Notwithstanding It. howovcr. her hus- ' - V
oanu reiusea 10 leave tucir uuusu, uuu
the couple have been occupying separ
ate, sleeping rooms and have taken
their meals separately,' llbclloe. furnish'
Ing the food and llbcllant doing tho
cobklng. This condition, says tho ll
bcllant, Is extremely Irksome.
Mrs. Laiarus also shows that ever
slnco tho beginning of the action she
has been obliged to flee, liko Daphne,
from tho importunate advances of La
torus. Laiarus continued to urge her
to resume marital relations with htm.
He declared that sho was suro to lose
(Continued on Page 5.)
Charles Spencer, alias Charles Bent,
a familiar character about town, wu&
reported to the police this nfternoon to
be in a bad wa near Maunakca and
Queen strcot back of tho old foundry1,
ur. Pratt of tho Doard of Health was
notified and visited the sick man. Lat
er he took him to hts office. The man
seems to be In a bad way.
Captain Graham of the ship Crsklne
M. Phelps expscts to leave Bundsy for
Philadelphia. He will have aboard
52,000 tons of sugar when he sails.
8. B. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In tho Doston building, rooms
200, 201. 202. Telephone Main 192.
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'a selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. S. Sonoma
January 30th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King 8L
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
sloths 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
extremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Tho schooner Ada arrived this morn
ing, having encountered unusually
rough weather and a terrlblo sea, lost
part of her rigging as well as hor Jib
boom, and after having been on tho
voyage between Lahalna and Honolulu
seven days, Tho Ada loft Lahalna last
Wednesday. Shortly lifter leaving
port she ran Into the kona' prcvalllnn
at tho time. She was swept out of
her course time and again, and as tho
storm Increased In force Captain
Bam Mana mado desperate efforts to
reach tho shores of Oahu. Ha suc
ceeded in arriving oft Diamond Head
about three miles, when on account of
tho changing wind and particularly
high waves ho had o turn about and
go tho other way.
In spite' of tho weather be put back
and finally landed on the Island of La
nal. There tho crew remained until
tho storm abated. Yesterday th
schooner started for Honolulu again,
arriving about 8 o'clock this morning.
Tho food supply was just about to give
out when tho boat cot In. The schoon.
cr Lady was In tho same storm and
considerable anxiety was felt for her
safety until the arrival of Captain
BRUCE CARTWRIQHT JR.,
Bruce Cartwright, Jr., was several)
bruised and his clothes badly damaged
In a mix-up near Kapiolanl park last
evening. He is confined to his room to
day. Severn! ttorlcs aro out as to how
the affray started. Captain It. E. Ingra-
ham of Camp McKlnlcy, and several
soldiers wero contestants in tne nnrray
Beforo Mr. Cartwright, who Is a big
man and an ox-football champion, wai
rendered unconscious. It Is raid he put
a number of tho soldiers out of com
mission. It seems that Captain Ingraham, who
was out walking with his wife, met
Cartwright and thinking he was a sol
died tried to Identify him. Mr. Cart
wright resented the officer's actions and
a fleht followed. In which both rolled
around the damp grass until their
clothes were wringing wet. Both were
pretty well used up by the scuffle.
By this time soldiers had arrived on
the scene to be of assistance, natural
ly, to thelrsuperlor. Mr. Cartwright
was taken In charge by tho men and
Informed the Army officer who he was.
Captain Ingraham then left with ord
ers to turn Mr, Cartwright over to the
civil officer who had been telephoned for.
When Mounted Officer Holt, who lives
near by, got there, Mr. Cartwright wai
lying on tho ground apparently uncon
tlscous. This was near tbo Ocean View
(Continued on Page 4.)
Every Institution, financial or other
wise, has Its fundamental principles-
rules that guide Its destinies for weal
A trust company Is no exception,
Our principle Is our platform, our plat
form our principle.
Honor, Dignity, Chastity, the ruling
virtues of every man's life, aro funda
mental to the conduct of our Institu
Trust Co., Ltd
ror l Street, Honolulu
On Run To
First Mate Tripp of the ship Ersklne
M. Phelps sayi lie has $100 to bet that
tho ship Kcnltworth, both Bewail U's
sols, rannot beat him to the Delaware
Breakwater. Further, Mr. Tripp states
that he will at any time put up his
money In any reliable person's hands.
First Mate nyan of the Kenllworth
announced a few days ago that he had
$50 to place that his ship was faster
than tho Phelps. If the wager Is mado,
and there seems no way out of It now
as both the first mates of the two ships
have offered to mako a bet, the first
mate of tho vessel making tho trip from
the Islands to the Delaware Breakwater
In the least number of days will be
awarded the1 prize.
First Mate Klmmette of the Edward
Sew all, the third SeWall ship In port,
nnd-whlch will make the same voyage,
has not been heard from" jet.
No nows about tho appointment to
tho vacancy on tho First Circuit bench
iVAa rnAfllvnil tnilait nllticn tier TiiJra
Robinson or Governor Carter. It was
the general opinion that the President
would send hts nomination to the Ben
ato to pass on this morning, still, as
the matter was qulto evidently not do-
ciuca ycsieraay, 11 is generally ueuov
cd that tho Investigation of tho affair
Is llablo to last for several days yet.
Judgo Robinson's many friends feel
very confident, tho delay In tho matter
having served to somo extent to strong-
,l.nn 4Ko AAlInc Tho liwliw'a rAtiiitn.
tlon, It Is conceeded, Is llko that ot
Caesars wire, anu 11 is poinieu out
that bis supporters in Washington
hnin wnsMprnMn nnlttlrnl atrcneth.
Tho Investigation, It is thought, will bo
oaseu muiuiy uu iuu ainunuin ouw
forward by Judge Robinson, aa It Is
not probablo that any open charges
have been mado against him by the
Tho most prominent men from Ha-
.n ha. .t lnahlnitnn nrn W. O.
Smith and Delegate Kalaulanaolo.
Smith's feelings towards noblnson aro
said to be exceedingly favorable and
I.,., mtin anvfatv ! fnlt rpranllnK hla
stand In the matter Bbould bis opinion
bo asked for -in me courau w uiu in
vestigation. As for as Kuhlo is con
cerned, he Is one of those to whom
Judge Robinson addressed his request
for support, and it Is bellovcd that tho
Delegate's stand In tho matter would
certainly bo one very Btrongly In favor
if tho Judge.
Kniit.n.. rinvomn. Pnrter nor Jiiuiro
noblnson were at tholr offices this
M.lnn rin Innlllrv nt tllO (lOVCm-
or'a csldcnce It was stated that tho
Oovernor is snld by tno pnysician iu
bo suffering from quite a suvuio -
- 1. t...i nnittnnnn hau not vis
ited tho Judiciary building 'slnco hla
term expired last sionuoy.
. ..., nf Mlaa llltlfin Iv
Borcnson to Mr. A. n. McLane of Kauai
and of Miss U. Dagmar Sorenson to
Mr. Douglas M Kincald, the son of the
Ilev. W. M. Kincald, DD, are an
NlcV Peterson's condition at tho
asylum does not Improve. His case is
still very serious. However, Dr. Pet
erson says the patient is getting alonij
as well as can no expecieu.
Mr. Ahrens, who formerly managed
Hoffuchlaeger's plantation store, will
tako the management of tho Oahu Bug
ar Co.'s general sore at Walpahu.
George D, Gear has opened law of
fice In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. j4istleo Hatch on Kaahumanu
Hen'r Walerhouse Trust Co,, Ltd..
Stock and Bond Brokers, '
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No, 4.
Deacon F. J. Testa, the former pun
Usher ot The Independent, appeared be
fore Judge Lindsay this morning as
bis own counsel In the esse ot F. J.
Testa vs J P. Kahahawal, et al. This
case was dismissed a couple of weeks
ago by Judge Lindsay on account of
lack of 1 prosecution.
Testa appeared before the court with
a motion lo place tho coso bock on tht
calendar. He fought his case strenu
ously, armed with a bunch of affidavits,
which ho read. Testa showed that W.
C. Achl and Enoch Johnson woro hts
attorneys In the case, which had becu
on the calendar for no, lesa than seven
years. When the case was called neith
er counsel for plaintiff was present,
Johnson being prevented by the fact
that ho was In Jail. Teeta argsed hl
motion with great brilliancy, showing
an unusual adaptation for the tar.
W. T. Kawllns, for tbo defendant,
argued against the motion, producing
In his turn a bunch of affidavits from
the officers ot the court, showing thai
Achl had been notified that tho case
I-ad been set for trial, and that he hud
answered "ready" when tho name ol
the cace had been called on the. occasion
of the calling of the calendar.
Testa said In reply that Johnson
had handled tho entire case. Achl did
not really appear In the case, hts name
being on the calendar merely aa a
momber ot tho firm of Achl It Johnson
which had slnco been dissolved.
Rawlins answered that since Testa
knew that his attorney was In Jail and
had been disbarred almost a year ago.
do snouiu have' procured another at
Testa said that the case had been
on for seven years, so he had not
thought there was any particular rush
about tho matter. The Court asked
him why the case had been pending
such a long time. Testa blamed it on
the congestion of the calendar.
The Court finally denied the motion
and Testa noted an exception.
"Seven years more," exclaimed th
genial deacon as ho left the courtroom,
IN TRUST CASE
"The United States thla forenoon
mfldn nnlnttlpr mnvn In Ita pmn nfnlnat
the lumber trust by filing a motion to
strike out the answer, which was filed
some time ago, by Allen b Robinson,
Ltd,, or at least certain parts thereof,
On the eroilmln Ihnl It ilnna nn nfn.
ply with rtilo 31 ot the equity rules of
me unucu mates uupreme court
WIFE IS DESERTED
niltabeth McCandlcss has filed a li
bel for divorco against James McCand
lcss. Sho shows that the marriage
took place in Honolulu Juno 4, 1890.
There nro two chlldrer, both girls,
aged 9 and 11 years respectively. It
is alleged that In Juno, 1897, tbo libel
leo deserted tho llbcllant and has ever
slnco failed to provide, for tho support
of her and her children, Tho return
ot the summons shows that McCand
lcss left for tho mainland about fia
years ago. Ho is b'jllevcd to be at
present either in Sin Francisco or
Tho sweetest singer In tho church
choir Is sometimes tho sourest chlrper
J.HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ DUILDlW
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPE8TRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Qood Parlor Rug.
ALL ARE LOST
VICTORIA. D. C. Jan. 24 Th steamer Valencia la tr.ri,j in h nnlnn
to nieces. It Is believed that all on
and eight of the crew who went to
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 The test
day, favored the majority report creating two 8tatea of the Territories sought
to be admitted.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 A treaty
be formally reported to the Senate.
ORMOND, Fla., Jan. 24 In the
won the five miles test In 2:34,
SAN FRANCI8CO, Jan, 23 8UQAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.55525
cents, or $71,125 per ton. Previous an atlon, 3.825 cents,
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s 2 1-4d. Previous quotation, 8s 3d. Parity, 3.70
To Take $30,000
Of Kihei s Debt
Partial arrangements havo beeni
mauo ior mo taiung up anu paying on
ot Klhcl notes at full valuo in tho
hands of Alexander & Baldwin, given
by tho Hawaii Land Co., W. C. Achl
and tho Kapiolanl Estate, amounting
Tats will rcduco tho debt as ot Jan
uary 1st to about $45,000.
Tbo abovo mentioned havo until
February 28 to pay up. No definite ac
tion can bo taken until that date, when
tho stockholders of Klhcl will probab
ly order foreclosure against Achl and
tho Hawaii Land Co. and the stock
will bo sold.
Alexander & Baldwin havo given as
surances to theKihel directors that
they will bid sufficient to fully cover
the face valuo of tho notes. To do this
the bid will havo to avcrago $11.50 per
In regard to tho Kapiolanl Estato
notes, special arrangements aro being
made, tbo estato taking stops to re
tain Its Klhet stock.
1lmiM Pnlnna n nnfn.Vfnr.nId Porta
Rlcan boy, at the request of nls mother, I
was examined at the pollut station tliU,
afternoon by Dr. Emerson. It was rec
ommended that tho youngster bo scut'
to the reform school. Ha seems to havo
an unusually quick temper.
Manufacturers Shoe Co;,
'PHONE MAIN 282 1011 FORT STREET.
boarrf nerlihtrf exeent iiuin ninniniri
vote on the Statehood Bill, taken to-
ceding the Isle of Pines to Cuba will
RACES ON. 1
automobile races held here today Hemery
SIB TUT oiKME
S. B. Fujiyama has filed petition for
a review or tho decision ot tho General
Appraisers as to the classification an,d
rate of duty placed on certain mer
chandise Invoiced as '45 casks white
mlso." It Is shown that the collector
assosscd It at a 40 por cent duty, clas
sifying It as a sauce, from which tha
Importer appealed, holding It was du
tiable at 20 per cent, as a non-enumerated
article. Tho Appraisers sustain
ed the Collector, when the case was
taken to them on appeal.
Tho Importer shows that tbo Col
lector and the Appraisers erred In
finding that "boiled beans are tbo prln-
clpal if not tho only substantial com
ponent ot tho article," and In not find
ing that rlco or rlco yeast la tho chlet
A discontinuance has been filed In
tho ejectment suit ot Opcle and Abra-.
ham Kaletkau vs. Y. Anln and Wood
lawn Fruit Co. Ltd.
Thle 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 ahoes tn
town. Their wearing, fitting and atyle
qualities are unequated anywhere. "All
America" 8hoes once worn are always