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Vol. XVIII No 320:1
HONOLULU. TBR11ITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY JANUARY '20, 190(J
PniOB 5 Oknta
JUDGE ROBINSON'S APPOINTMENT IS SENT TO SENATE
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JUDGE W. J. ROBINSON,
WHOM THE PRESIDENT HAS REAPPOINTED.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 29. The nomination of W. J. Roblnton to be
Third Judge of the Flrtt Circuit Court of the Territory of Hawaii, wa
aetn to the Senate today.
Trying To Diagnose
Goeruor Carter U sttli very nr
lously III, according to his attending
' physician, Dr. Judd, although It is at
present not considered that tlicro If
uny particular danger.
Shortly after 8 o'clock last ccnlns
tho tempetaturo of the patient reg
istered lOJ'fc. At 4 oMorK this morn
ing It was down to 101. At 8 30 o'clnclt
this morning the Governor's temper
utiiro was 102.
Dr. Judd was with the Governor all
last night. Indeed he has attended him
ah night long for the last four nlghta
When seen by a Ilulletln reporter at
11 o'clock this morning Dr. Judd had
the following to say:
"It is still impossible to make any
tdcflnlje diagnosis bf the Goernor's col
cltlon. Ills temperature was as high
as 103'j baturday eu-nlng about i
o'clock. I staid with him all night and
at 4 o'clock this morning the fever had
gone down to 101. When I saw him
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last, nt 8 30 o'clock this morning, the
temperature had rlfcn again to 102.
' The condition of a patient whoM
tetnpciaturo registers as high as 10J
fur several dajs Is naturally serloiu,
but I would not hiv at this time that
the indlentlonq nrn thni.n nf n.irttt nlnr f
"lhe Governor Is in n condition of
collapse and Indifference, as Is to be
expected under the circumstances. Ho
Is not worrjlng. nor Is he being wor
ried about anything Mrs. Carter and
the two nurses and myself are tho only
persons admitted to Ills room. We keep
all matters of buslnoss away from him
"At no time during his illness has
the Governor said anything about re
signing his olTice. Nor docs he talk
about tho circuit court Judgeship mat
ter or an thing else of a public nature
"Yes, I know there, arc. rumors, but
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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
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
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With che-fa tickets In his possession
representing a, cash investment of
810 20, Chun iloon, a Chinaman, was
arrested this afternoon by Captain rnr
ker and taken to the police station.
His bond was put at J 100. Captain
Parker caught his man in the rear end
nf a Chinese restaurant on Alala street
near Kins. Altogether there were 71
Uckets, about one-halt of tho number
Hint wero issued originally for the
Chun Iloon, It is believed. Is one of a
number of chc-fa agents operating In
Honolulu. Ueforo the drawing the
agents go about among their custom
ers and tolled the tickets, and Inci
dentally the money. One of the tick
ets represented on Investment of $43.1)0
from one Individual alone.
There were two men together but as
Captain Parker was alone tho other
fellow got an ay. It Is thought that
possibly he had the other tickets In hi J
possession and that the Celestials were
preparing for the big draw. Chun
Iloon Is ttlll In Jail but his backers will
probably put up the necessary $100 for
HB 1 W AIM A W A
Twenty thousand redwood railroad'
ties for the new Wahlawa branch of
tho Oahu company aie being dried and
treated at tho rnliroad wharves nrcpar.j
ntory to being put down for the track
of the new extension. Itallroad ties
nro worth Co cents tnch. Theso tied (
aro put through a chemical process,
which it Is llgurcd doulilm the useful '
ness of tho ties making them last per
haps twlic as loni; as they would with
out It. Ordinary lies in this lountry
last four or llvo )cars. After being
treated Superintendent Dcnlson be-'
llcves they will be good for ten jcars.1
lly a nnu hint! made for tho purpobe
two small holes are bored In each end
of tho tlo Into theso openings a chem
ical preparation is poured and allowed
to toaU Into th? wood. This Is repeated
three times. These holes arc for tho
spikes which hold tho rails in place.
After treatment tho whole part of the
tie which Is covered by tho steel rail is
soaked with tho chemical, which pre
sents rust and decay.
f "Kast tonight." -f
- This cablegram rocclod from
Geo. W Smith this morning Is In- -f
terpreted to mean that tho dole-
- gallon of business men start for
- their tour across the continent -t-r
this evening. Should .they con- -f
t tlnuc directly ou their way as ex-
f peeled they should bo In Washing-
ton In tltuo to appear before the
f Committee on Territories tho first -r
- of next week. -f
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The regular monthly meeting of
Oceanic Lodge No. 371, V & A. II., will
ho held this evening
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, are funda
mental to the conduct of our Institu
Trust Co., Ltd
Fori Street, HonnJnlu
Citizens To Gather
At Y. M. C. A. Hall Tonight
To Make City Better
IMPROVEMENT CAMPAIGN COUNCIL
The program for tho monster City
Improvement Meeting t6 be held this
evening at 8 o'clock nt the Y. M C. A.
hall has been carefully arranged and
a most representative and beneficial
coming together of Interested workers
The meeting Is held under tho aus
pices of the Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee, and will be presided over by
J. A. McCandlcss, president of that or
ganization. i;. I. Spalding will speak first on the
general .subject of the Improvement of
Honolulu. President A. P. Griffiths
of Oahu College, will then tell what
tho local Improvement clubs stand for
and what relation the Honolulu Im
provement Committees-bears to them.
Following this will como flvc-mlnuto
speeches on various phases of Im
provement by Judge S. II Dole, Itt.
llcv. Libert It, Ilocynnems, Messrs
W It, Parrlngton, C. I Khodcs, John
Lucas, L, K. Plnkhnm, Attorney Gen
eral U. C. Peters, David Al, Ho Fan
and perhaps several others
A roll call of the local clubs will bo
answered by representatives from
each. Tho list up to date Is as fol
lows: Walatae, Kalmukl acd Palolo.
Tho object of the mietiug is dis
tinctly practlcul and from the Inter
change of Ideas will be of much snlite
to all tliote who hau already starter,
or who nro proposing to organize, new
A very cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all tho men and women in Hono
lulu who dctlru to seo tho town nindu
a better placo to live In. '
At a preliminary meeting nt the. Ma ,
poa Heights Improvement Club Hi
lolluwlng committee wno appointed. (
On mcmljiTHhlp and pernm-H nt nigau
Izntlon W 11. Muling. Ilol it .MUI,
John r.llliiKir. to aitcud general mem.
Ing ot tluhs nt Y M. C A hall thll
ovcnlng Hon. W J lloblnson, C. II
Itcj nobis, Win. Tnompsun, Prof J. K
Tho Manon Heights Club Include
nit of Mnnoa Valley except College
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There was a streiuioiu debate when
a number of local Irishmen met at tho
Catholic Mission last evening to talk
over n fitting celebration for St. Pat
rick's day. Not a single lesolutlou was
presented to tho meeting nnd the gath
ering adjourned without accomplishing
anything. As a result thero will prob
ably bo two celebrations of St. Pat
rick's Day on March 17, one by tha
Ancient Order ot Hibernians nnd the
other by Irishmen not members of that
The stutement was made by ono at
tho meeting that tho Ancient Order ot
Hibernians had held n meeting nnd an -
pointed four committeemen while a
coinmltteo of four had been appointed
by tho Ladles Auxiliary and these com-
mlttees were willing that rour others
thoiild bo named to meet with them to
confer on tho celebration. Gerald
Hughes objected to the representation
of tho A. O. 11. being eight to only four
on tho outsldo of tho organization. He
said the A. O. II. was not Irish, an
way Clem Qulnn mado remarks to
the tame effect. Pat Sheehan made a
speech In which he dwelt on unity ami
A strnngo Irishman, not long from
the old country, mado a few remarks
In which ho roasted ovcrybody con
cerned for not working together.
S. n Kingsbury has opened law of
fices in tho Uoston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Tolephone Main 193.
Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Offjcest.C.s. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No.H,
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Copies havo been received of n hill
which was Introduced In Congress by
Delcgato Kalnnlannolc. providing for
tno purchase or a sito and tho erection
of a public building at Illlo. Tho bill
provides to direct the Secretary of tho
Trcnsury to acquire or purchaso a suit
ablo sito In Illlo nnd to erect thereon
a building for tho use of tho postofflce,
land office, United States courts, cus
tom house and other Federal offices,
tho cost of tho sito and building not
to exceed $150,000.
It Is provided that If tlicro is a suit
able public site in Illlo tho building
shall bo erected thereon, and In that
event tho cntlro sum may ho expended
on tho building rind tho Improvement
of tho grounds. If thero Is no such
site, proposals for the salo of such
land shall be advertised for, and sent
to tho Secretary of tho Treasury, who
shall have tho proposed sites examin
ed by an expert, who shall Investigate
nnd report. If further Investigation Is
necessary, tho Secretary of the Treas
ury may have It done by n commis
sion, which shall examine tho sites
and grant such hearings as It may
I deem necessary. After the commis
sion reports tho Secretary shall deter
mine, on tho location to bo used. The
building shall bo unexposed to danger
ftom flro b ton open space of foity
feet on nil sides
AT THE ORPHEUM
Hull. 'tin . unboys will take In f
I- tho shun at the Orphcum Thuts t
dny night wnen 'Tracked Anmnd
the World n stirring melodrama
will bo glen. Tho grCat featuro
: of tills play is the appcaranco nf
two real automobiles. In which
tho hero and tho heroine, tho vll-
lain and the others sport around
! tho stage In wild and realistic
It will bo a great night for Tho
Ilulletln boys, who have nlwa
been partial to autos, r
Mlllama and her husbank, Makanoe
tun natives nnst SO v tars of age. quar
rclcd last night. Wbeu the man had
retired and was sound nslcep Wlllama
attacked him with a small nx. lilt
hand was badly cut. She was arrested
and tho husbaud taken to tho Queen'
George D. Gear has oponod Jaw of-
,firo in tho rooms formerly oooitpled
W Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaabumanu
street. Telephone Main 214
! The next conslonment of the Tropic
' FVult Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per S. S. Sonoma
January 30th. Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office, King St.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING,
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUG8 IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Chrlstmas'Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
HI INI DO
f.toc!dtd! rntt Pprcial Caile)
COPENHAGENfl Jan. 29Klng Christian of Denmark Is dead.
King Christian was one of the m est notable rulers of Eurojx He was
born April 8, 1818, and succeeded to t ne throne In ISM In lSi.9 ho cemented
the union of the Scandinavian people by marrying his eldest son to tho
(laughter of Charles XV, King of 8cd cu Ills fiftieth annUersary was tele
hrated In 1832 .with becoming splendor . Among tilt children ari Frederick,
the Prlnco Hoyal, Alexandra, t)uccn o f England:" George I, King of Greece;
and Damar. Dowager Hmprcss of lliti nla In 1SC7, King Christian sought to
sell the Islands of tho Danish West I ndlcs to the United States.
CUT DOWN IN FOG.
f.tMocfcifrd J'rri gptelal Calte)
8AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 29 One man Is dead and another dying as tho
result of a collision between the steamer Peters and the schooner Alaska.
The steamer Aurora was cut to the water's edge by the steamer Arrow. A
thick fog has been over the bay all day and the escapes from catastrophe
among the ships were many.
ELLA G IS SAFE.
VICTORIA, D. C, Jan. 29 Three
from the wrecked Valencia. The Ella
TUKUN, Russia, Jan. 29. Count Frederic Lamsdorff and Baron Roenne,
prominent landowners, have been murdered by revolutionists.
KURINO GOES TO PARIS.
TOKIO, Japan, Jan, 29. Baron Kurlno has been appointed Japanese Am
bassador to France,
"TAPS" FOR GEN. JOE WHEELER
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. The remains or the late Gen. Joseph Wheeler
were burled today with Imposing military ceremonies at the Arlington ceme
A Joint and several answer was this
morning tiled by Albert S. ilenx and
Georgo Wilcox, who aro among thu
numerous defendants In thu caso of
tho United States against thu Metro
politan Meat Co, Ltd., generally
known as tho "beef trust" enso.
Tho two Wilcoxes say that they aro
and havo been in tho cattle raising
business and havo sold beef cattle to
dealers, but they deny that they 'have
ever sold beef cattlo to consumers or
frrsh beef to dealers or consumers.
They admit that Honolulu may bo the
chief distributing center for tho Ter
ritory but say that It has not been so
for them. Albert Wilcox shows that
ho has not sold any cattlo or beef to
Honolulu dealers for tho past five
tars and Geo, Wilcox shows tho samo
for tho period of six years, Ilotli state
that In all tho tlmo mentioned thcy
liavo found a market fur their cattlo
with Kauai dealers.
It Is further shown by tho defend
ants that, although Albert Wilcox
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more bodies have been washed athero
Q. reported lost Is safe.
owns 7 shares and Georgo Wilcox
15 shares nf cnpltal stock of the Met
ropolitan Meat Co., they luno never
toted theso shares for the purpose ot
controlling tho company or lis of II
ocrH. Tho defendants say (hat they adm't
for tho purposes of the suit that If nil'
tho defendants In the case, who coin
prlso nenrl) all the wholesale dealers
In tho Territory, wero combine! they
coiial control the prices rhnrgod for
fresh beef raised lure, but they show
tbnt thej themselves nro not In any
, origination to control prices.
V I'll regard to tho nllegntlon of vlo
l.i Mon i.r the Ait to Protect Trado
and t nmiiicn o Against X'nktwful He
stnlnts nml Monopolies." they say
Hint iii'ltlier of them has engaged In
any combination, trust or conspiracy.
Thoy also deny that they havo com
bined to restrain and destroy competi
tion or to monopollzo tho trado.
With regard to thu price of beef tho
two defendants admit that the price ot
beef cattlo nnd fresh beef raised lit tho
Territory Is about t! cents a pound, but
they do not know the prico of Import
ed beef. They deny that they havo
tried to ralso tho prlco arbitrarily,
and do not know whether or not tho
prices charged dealers and consumors
ao Irom 25 to fiO per cent, greater
than formerly. They deny that tho
Increased prices, If they exist, havo
been raised qr fixed by them, nnd say
that they havo never known ot any
agreement, conspiracy or trust, or at
tempt to form such, and say that if
such n ono should exist among other
permns they are qulto willing that It
bo enjoined. They therefore ask to
bo dismissed with costs.
Smith & Lewis nnd Olson aro tho
tttnrns for the defendants.
When you think of it, It Is sur
prising to note the great diver
sity of shapes 'and patterns we
show In our "All America"
shoes for men. Eyery shoe de
signed and selected to promote
foot comfort. If the shoe. Is not
arched enough for your foot, we
have others, and so on for every
As for leathers, we have all
which are good. Best grade of
Pat. Colt, Fine Gun Metal Calf,
Wax Calf, Box Calf and rich
Vlcl Kid In both bale, oxfords
black and tan. Some very new
and swell styles In stock
DST 53.50 & S 1.00 -a
Shoe Co., Ltd.
FORT STREET HONOLULU
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