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The man who slmpiy tlU and waits I
For trade to come alonn
Isn't worth the breath that one would I
! take ,
To tell him he It wrong. 1
tFor wealth Isn't flowing 'round thli '
. For tvtry laxy man to tup; i
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And go and hunt It up. ,
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HONOLULU. TICllltlTOKY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. JANUARY '2fi. lOOfi
PlHOB 6 OKNT8
WILL ASK AUSTRALIA TO JOIN IN THE YACHT RACE
Hawaii Needs Only
Snys Trucle Traveller
To Be Discovered
HERE IS WORLD'S
1mt at I'tt-mit In llendtilu t
liaHlng rriiUtlM e( Amrtlti
waimfaMMrtht; InlMHd. J W to Verr
Um, Tbta h lilt nrsl titll M ll
wall anri he Mitm that all that Ha
waH nf4 V tn he din-meted He h
llrtn that Ui Hawaii Promotion Torn
inline I tiring, splendid work in Ihls
illrntlnn and thai It will not Iw m
long twferr the world, the travelling
world more particularly, will tome to
I collie that the Paradlea of Hie I'arlflc
la the Ideal retreat. Chiefly, he as
sorts, tilt Impression tint all that li
Interesting In Honolulu can l seen
while a vessel la In port, inuil I done
nar wlUi. People passing till way
khniild at least stop over one steamer
Mr. Blevens la enthusiastic In tho mat
Irr of the awommodatlons aboard the
Canadian-Australian lioals and can not
wy cnoiisii In praise of the romfdtt
and service alpoard these tionta.
Been tills mornlnK l' llulletln man,
Mr. Htevcns had the follow lint to say
"I hnvo been away frum tlio United
State for three )cara. t have been
travelling In South Afrlrn. Australia
mid New Ka1nnJ. The principal ol
jitt of my extended trip lias liccn to
investigate the opportunities every
where lor Amcritnn manufacture nun
whero I havo observed good opporttml
t lex I have appointed RRcnta to repre
sent American Industrie I (llscoereil
In Australia aomo peiullarly Kood oi
nnrtiinltlM. "I arrhed In this ilty on the steam,
ship Moans on the 10m Inrtnnt and 1
I cine on tho Aorangl on February 7.
During the two weeks of my stay In Ho
nolulu 1 have looked around consider
nhly and have arrived at the conrlu
xlou that Hawaii Is the Ideal place as
resort for people who want to rcI out
of tho beaten track when appndlnx
their vacations or aeeklnn n spot whero
they ran enjoy nil Ideal cllmntc. Ix-nutl.
fill (iirroiindliiss and a resort that has
not been no loiig n resort that It has
becomo uninteresting, together with all
tho modern coincidences which one can
enjoy In a great city
"Why, down In Australia and In
Now Zealand you hardly ever hear any
body speak of Honolulu as a placo that
should bo stopped at by travellers;
(hero scorns to be the Impression Hint
nil that Is to bo seen In Honolulu ran
Iks seen by tho traveller while tho ven
al Is In port Now this Is n very great
mistake. I am sure that It people only
realized what thera Is to bo teen here,
If they were only mndo to rcaltte that
this Is one of the most delightful gar
den spots In tho world, only tho most
pressing business would prevent them
stopping over hero at least one stenmer.
"During my travels 1 have collected,
as you may Imagine, a very flue lot ot
views. I havo some splendid vlows of
tho Hawaiian Islands. Theso will come
In handy ta Illustrate articles that 1
have to write for a lot of trado Journ
uls, magazines nnd newspapers on bus
iness conditions In tho countries I have
lslted You sco I represent several
trade and travel magazines and I am
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mJtii a. v. rl MwajaisSPBm,
The Kash Company Ltd.
gathering rflalerlsj all the lime .My
desert hi he articles will netrssarlly In
elude a large amount of Information
as In the brt ar la grt In Hie at
llsrllve aiiols of Hie railh both from
I. iHislncM and from a tourist point of
tlew, and I shall led the Mopte what to
t and what to do after they gel
Htetens Is a mmUr of numerous
Cliamlter of Commrrtn and ollards of
Trade on the American continent lit
Is also well connected In Australia, be
Ing n member of the Itoyal Hydncy
Yacht Club, a member of the Hydury
Hlink Kzchange and of several romi
hicrclal bodies there.
He la stopping at (he Alexander
Young Hotel and, speaking of this fani
ous hostelry this morning, ho had the
following to ssy:
'They talk about having good hotels
In the Colonies but I want to tell you
that I never stopped nt any letter es
tablishment Ihsn the Young hotel here.
It Is n credit to tho Islands nnd It la a
hotel that any city In the world would
e promt to possess. I
"I'vo been to places where they made!
moro of n show of Ihetr silver and I
china but I never had a better nio.nl
or better nttentlon, and nt tho Youngl
they tako the greatest pains to mako
their guests comfortablo And do ou!
(Continued on Page 4.)
Hon. a, Hawaiian charged with vet-
Jury, this morning withdrew his plea
of not guilty to a rhargo of perjury, and
xuiisiiiuiM mereror a plea ot guilty.
Judgo Lindsay sentenced him to Im
prisonment for three months.
Hon was convkted of manslaughter
somu years ago. In 1001 ho registered
as a voter although ho had never had
his civil rights, which ho had forfeited
by his conviction, restored to him.
l-nst year ho had his rights restored.
All householders living In Knimi
Tort, School and Kukul streets are
asked to meet at tho High School I'rl
day evening, January Stl, at 8 o'clock
for the purpose ot organizing an Im
The next consignment of the Troplo
Fruit Co.'s sslsctsd pineapples will go
forward to tho Coast per 8. 8. Sonoma
January 30th.' Leave ordera at Wells
Fargo office, King 8t.
Henr Watirhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Offices! Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4,
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Nsvsr bsforc have wo been able to
show auch a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
extremes! drssstr and tha conisrva-
Alfred Benjamin & Co,,
100 WM Vvllt
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Judge Dole tills afternoon rendered
his dnlslnn overruling Hie motion for
a new trial In Hie rase of Frank ller
lelmann, and sentenced the defendant
In Iniptlsnniiient with hard labor for
Hertelmann was convicted by a Jury
on a i barge of lniersonntlng a United
Htates offlier The Jury In rendering
Its vrrdlrt, recommended mercy.
Henry Hngan, the defendant's attor
ney, when the Court bad given Ita de
tlslon, made a lenglhly plea fur mercy,
peaking with his natural grace and
eloquence. J, J. Dunne, representing
the United Htates, would say nothing.
Judgo Dolo stated that pawing sen
tences was tho hardest part ot his
duty. Ilertelmann had, he thought,
had a fair trial. The Court did not
think that tho puriiose ot punishment
for reform, but rather to deter others
as well as Hie defendant himself from
a repetition of offenses. Under tho law
tha penalty might bo three years Im
prlsonment, or a fine of $10U or both.
In this rnsn tho court sentenced the
defendant to four months' Imprison
ment with hard labor
Hogan Immediately moved for arrest
ot Judgment, suspension ot sentence
and stay ot execution
Dunno objocted on the ground that
such a motion could not bo entertained
boforo an appeal had been noted.
Hogan verbally gave notice of an ap
peal to tho Ninth United Htates Circuit
Court, but Dunno objected on tho
grounds that an appeal to be legal mint
be accompanied by a bill ot exceptions.
FEARS TO SAIL
Tho ship Kcnliuorth has n new rook
a colored man Tho Japanese, after
n long stay with tho vessel, has left
and refuses to return, It seems thnt
tho Oriental cook had trouble while
ashoro. Ho has been with tho ship two
jenrs and It Is believed that men
nshoro thiashed him to mako a place
CHINESE CONSUL RECEIVES
Tho official celebration ot the Chlncto
new year occurred today, Tho Chinese
Consul, Chang Tso Fan, held a recep
tion from noon until 2 o'clock this af.
ternoon at the consulate on Victoria
street. Tha Hawaiian band attended
Among tho callers wcro Consul Schaef
er and Consul Canavarro, Governor
Cleghorn, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooke,
Illshop and Miss Ilestarlck, Princo Ku
wananakoa and Judgo Humphreys.
Tho Consul greeted them all most cor
dially. ' s s
Oeorge D. (Joar has opened lnw of
fices In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justlco Hatch on Kaahumauu
Tho stenmer Maul got In this mom
'ng wllli 92M) bags of sugar from Kauai.
Every Institution, financial or other
wise, has Its fundamental principles
rules that guide Ita destinies for weal
or woe. ,
A trust company Is no exception.
Our principle Is our platform, our plat
form our principle.
Honor, Dignity, Chastity, tho ruling
virtues of every man'e life, are funda
mental to the conduct of our Institu
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Ilonnluln
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Ocean Yacht Race
Tho great l'nclfic-Ot'ean yacht raco
between Honolulu and Han Kronclsro
may Includo boats cither than thoso
owned here and on tho Coast
It Is not Improbable that Australia
will enter a yacht or two and thus not
only greatly add to tho Interest of tho
rnce ns fsr as Hawaii and California
aro concerned but mako nt tho event
an International contest, a three-cornered
affair Involving yachting repre
sentatives of two flags and two conti
nents and bringing Into the raco threo'
of tli most Important ports In tha
Pacific Kan Francisco, Honolulu and
Secretary 11. P. Wood of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee purposes at'
onco extending to tho Bydney tXcw
South Wales) Itoyal Yacht Club a
most cordial Invitation to enter tho
Tho weary waiting on tho decision
of tho Judgeship appointment matter
Is exasperating thoso Intcrcstod in It,
as this forenoon went by without nows
ot tho matter. However, tho fact that I
tho making of tho appointment Is be
ing prolonged la reassuring Judgo Hob
tnson's friends thnt. If It Indicates any-,
thing at all. It means that tho Investi
gation of Koblnson'H reputation la bo-
j Ing carried on In n thorough manner,
'and, If this be the case, they feel
tho Judgo Is certain of winning out. I
It la known thnt as far as documen-'
tary evidence Is concerned, thero Is a
largo amount of it now In Washington
favoring Judgo Hoblnson. Among
those who nre known to havo written
in tho Judgo's behalf Is Oocrnor Par
dco of California, who has written a
long letter to tho President, recom-l
mending him. A, O, M, Robertson bas j
written a strong letter In his capacity
nf Vnllnn.l fnm n.tt , AAn.a n . , ........ '
D. I.. Withlngton, whoso sincerity for
Judgo Hoblnson In this matter hai
been doubted by many, has written In
bis favor to Attorney denoral Moody,
who was a classmate ot bis long years
ago. Furthermore, strong letters of
recommendation of the Judgo have
been forwarded to Washington by
prominent local business housos and
sovcral bankers. All thoso documents
will tend strongly to show that Judgo
Itoblnson lias practically tho undivided
indorsement of tho ontlro community,
on well as tho respect ot his Influential
friends In his former homo In Califor
nia. Tho verbal evidence on which tbo
Washington authorities will bo nblo to
draw Includes Delegnto Kalanlanaolo
nnd W. O, Smith, both of whom aro In
favor of tho Judgo, oh.wcII ns Bocro
tary Metcalf of tho llurcau of Com
niereo nnd Uibor, Senator PorklnH and
tho othor members ot tho California
delegation In Congress, several ot
whom nro Hoblnson's personal friends.
In vtow of all this absolutely unani
mous evidence In tho Judgo's favor tho
certainty of his friends that ho will bo
reappointed Is only increasing as the
length of tlmo boforo a uoclslon Is giv
en Indicates a moro thorough investi
gation. Another view of tho matter was ex
pressed by a prominent legal light this
morning In about tho following terms:
"Oh, I guess that tho matter bas been
practically decided In Hoblnson's fa
vor by this tlmo, but tho President
doosn't want to throw Carter down too
l.nrd, and Is giving him soma tlmo In
which to proparo for tho blow."
Homo enthusiastic souls aro giving a
practical turn to tho speculation by
backing their opinions with coin ot tho
realm. Ono Hoblnson prop this morn
Ing considered himself vory lucky In
having been ablo to placo an uven
money bet In tho Judgo's favor. Dots
aro, however, reported to bo hard to
I arrange, tor the reason that very heavy
odds aro generally wanted by tbosu
betting against tho reappointment.
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INVITED TO JOIN
J. V. do Vero Stevens, a member of
the Bydney Hoyal Yacht Club. Is at
present In the city and ho nnd Mr.
Wood havo discussed tho mnttcr with
tho result that Australia will bo asked
to Join In tho sport.
It does not follow, of course, that tha
Hydney Club will accept, but thcro Is
nothing to prevent this club entering
achts If It so desires. Even if not ac
cepted, tho Invitation Is a graceful bit
ot courtesy that will bo appreciated.
Australia Is just as likely to accept
as not, This Is not a challenge, but
an Invitation to Join n raco that will
bo tho first of Its kind ever to occur
between Honolulu and Han Francisco.
Thcro are many enthusiastic yachts
men In Bydney nnd tho Hydnoy Itoyal
Yacht Club Is made up of as noblo a
lot of sports ns over looked up at tbo
Southern Cross o nights.
After tho alarming news that Gover
nor Carter's Illness yesterday afternoon
was taking a serious turn, his fever
reaching 103 degrees, Dr. Judd, who is
attending him, was this forenoon able
to reassure his friends by rejiortlng a
change for the better In his condition
This morning, when Inquiry was
made at the Governor's residence. It
wns stated that Carter had, passed a
very restless night and that ins conat
Hon was about the samo. At about 10
o'clock tho samo report wns made.
At about 11:30 o'clock Dr. Judd ro
ported n change for tho better. It was
then Just half an hour rlnco ho had
seen his patient
"The Oovcrnor's fever Is lower," snld
I)r Judd. "It Is 102 4-10 degrees. Ho
Is now feeling more comfortable. There
is no indication that pneumonia or
typhoid fever is threatening."
When asked what the diagnosis was
now Dr Judd reported that It was one
ot Influentn or grlppo.
Ycsterdny afternoon a cablegram was
sent to Secretary Atkinson In New
York Informing him ot the Oovcrnor's
Illness in (rdcr that he might hold him
self In readiness to return and resume
the reins as Acting Governor should
Carter's Illness Incapacltato him for
some time Atkinson, replied that he
had expeited to sail for London early
next week, but that ho would not leave
until he had further advices
TO WORK FOR HAWAII
George V Thh Ion, who goes to the Coast
In thn Ohlnii, in tnki chance of bringing
the six hundred Moloknns here from !
Aniftlm In the steamship Olympla, Is
nry much nt home In l.os Angeles nml
rxixets tn nccompllsh ennslilerable Ha
waii promotion work while there.
The Ht Clement's brnnch nf the Worn.
nns Auxiliary will meet nn Tuesday, at
: 3D n'clcxk . m. Tim (lulld will inert
ut 3 u'clMk p. in, samo date. Annual
imetluK. full ntlLtmlnncu ri quested,
S. I), Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In tho lloston building, rooms
200, 201, ZOZ. Tclcphono Main 102.
The bark Gerard C. Tobey left this
afternoon for Han rramlsco with a
full cargo of sugar I
H, P. Ilaldnln and wlfo rnme In this
morning on tho steamer Claudlne from
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LAROE-8IZED RUQ3 IN
and TAPESTRY QOODS.
Take your Chrlstmaa Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
35 SURVIVORS OF
f.tnoctoled i'rrs Fptclal Cahlr
VICTORIA, Jan. 25. A raft carrying 20 survivors of the wrecked pas
senger steamer Valencia, was picked up today. This makes 35 of the passen
gers who have escaped. Eight women are reported to be on another raft
and a number of passengers In a life boat
Joe Wheeler Dead
(AttnciaWt 'res Fprcial Calif)
NEW YORK, Jan. 25. General Joe Wheeler, the noted Southern leader,
(Afodattd l'rtf Special Cabin
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. The House of Representatives passed the State
hood Bill today. The States of Arizona and Oklahoma are established from
Arizona and New Mexico, and Oklahoma and Indian Territories.
CALIFORNIA BANK CLOSED.
8AN LUIS ODI8PO, Cat., Jan. 25
today, it being unable to meet the claims of its depositors.
PORTEAU, Ind., Jan. 25. Fourteen men are dead from an explosion tn
the WlttcvlJle mine, caused by fire damp.
8AN FRANCI8CO, Jan. 24 8UGAR: SC degree Centrifugals, 3.53125
cents, or $70,625 per ton. Previous quotation, 3.55625 cents.
HAN FIIANCIHCO, Jan, 21. Bugar: 6 degree centrifugals, 3.51 cents or
170.20 per ton; previous quotation, 3.S312S rents.
Beets 88 analysis, 8s. lHd. Previous quotntlon. 8s. 2Wd. Parity,
3. CD cents. ' '
Halph S. Hosmor, secretary of tho
Honolulu Improvement Commltteo, Is
sending requests to each one of the lo
cal Improvements clubs, requesting
that a representative ot tho club at
tend tho public meeting to be hold at
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, next Monday
night, and glvo a flvo-mlnuta talk on
tho nlms and accomplishments ot tho
As a number ot now local clubs havo
been stnrtod within tho last tow days
Mr. Hosmer desires that this request
bo mado public, and extended to all
tho now organizations, so that at tho
meeting on Monday no section may bo
Manufacturers Shoe Cov
'PHONE MAIN 282
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The Dank of San Luis Obispo closed
Following Is tho request being
Dear Sir: On Mondny night next,
7anunry 29th, there Is to bo held a
public meeting at tho Y. M. C. A. hall,
at 8 o'clock, under tho auspices of tho
Hawaii Promotion Commltteo, to dis
cuss city Improvement mattcn and to
stimulate added Interest In the gener
It Is tho dcilro ot tbo Commltteo ot
Arrangements to havo flvo-mlnuta
speeches from representatives ot cacti
of tho local Improvement clubs re
garding tho alms, objects and accom
plishments of each club.
Knowing that you aro Interested In
tho local Improvement club that has
I been or Is to bo formed In your sec
tion, I hereby request that you ar
.range with jour fellow members In tbo
ilub so that somo ono may be present
1st tbo meeting to represent your or
I Will you also kindly urgo upon all
( thoso who aro Interested to attend the,
I Very truly yours,
HAI.1'11 S. HOSMER,
It has also teen renuestcd that tho
' editors of tho three dally Ungllsh news.
1 papers, llulletln. Star and Advertiser.
give llvo-mtnuto talks on bow best to
Improve tho city.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
This may sound quite strange to
many people, but to the man who la
wearing our "ALL AMERICA,, $3.00
and $4.00 shoes, It Is a settled fact thai
they are the most popular shoes In
town. Their wearing, fitting and style
qualities are unequaled anywhere. "All
America" 8hoes once worn are always
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