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For 8an Franelteoi
Sonoma Jan. 30
Nippon Maru Feb. 2
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A SI'IOO TOURING CAR,
A S .'tnO KROEGER PIANO
A S500O INSURANCE POL.
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m make up the
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Vol. XVIII No 3294
HONOLULU, TEKKITORY OF HAWAII. TUH8DAY. JANUARY HO. I000
Puiob 5 Cunts
TO BUILD TOWNS TO RECEIVE SETTLERS
W, " ti'uV""jV"'J,,'",l
Home For Settlers
Waaua Tab e and
PLANTATION TO BUILD MODEL TOWN
Whoro tho districts of Paalaa and
Kaheka, In Walalua, como together on
h beautiful llttlo plateau between two
gulches, Is to bo the future homo of
one hundred of tho thousand families
that nro to be brought to Hawaii from
the Azores. '
Manager B. D. Tenney of Castlo &
Cooke, agents for tho Walalua planta
tion, this morning garo to a Bulletin
reporter an outline of tho Walalua
lilantatlon's sebemo to houso and pro
vide for a goodly number of tho ex
pected I'ortugucso agricultural Immi
grants. Tho land for tho homes of tho peo
ple of this llttlo community has been
selected and Is located as abovo de
scribed. The area amounts to about
200 acres, acres that wcro originally
Intended for cane. Since theso Portu
guese Immigrants aro coming, how
ever, tho plantation has selected a
cite for their housing with a low to
hnvlng.tbcm all together, as they llko
to live, and In somo placo convenient
to tho roads and removed from con
tact with some of the undesirable ele
ments of plantation life.
Hero the Walalua plantation will
,oreci one nunureu nyo-room collages
11 w M thn "immigrant, when' " a, tol(1 tno Governor that Jack
ZJ .,Hv. nr.nt nif.nrn Jan " n hl " . "ld ho showed
Ihoy arrive. Great pasture lands .,, .i...i !.
spread abovo tho Intended MUlomenU Sn?"Vj 'iitor in an.wer t
... Ideal run for all the goata or other 0' "t?on Krto? hVa saldlnr
leasts that tho Portuguese will fSSl' "Ho ta sal'd
The plantation, in addition to build-. Sj "P.0"1 A1' ,rr ,h , .
ng comfortable houses and supplying' "There '" change for tho be tcr In
titer and fuel, will erect a school he (tovernorcwdlUon todV." cob
houso for tho children of theso hun- f'nucu Judd. At 0 a. m. his tempera
dred families, setting aside a largo lot' ure was 98 1-10 degrees at 10 1 a ra.
for that purpose and It will also build It was 99 4-10 and at 2 p. m. 100 6-10.
r Catholic church, whoroln thoy may It looks as if he was on tho road to re
sathor for worship. In fact, every- " ...
thine that could bo desired by tho Por-, "Tho blood tests which were made
tugucso community will be provided. ' wcro complicated becnuso tho Govern-
If this settlement proves successful or suffered from typhoid fover cloven
It Is the intention of tho plantation to years ago. Tho tests suggested ty
establish numerous such settlements, phold. but tho suggestion was dlscred
Land Is already In vlow for tho pur- Itcd becauso of his former attack of
Mr. Tenney states that, eluco
plantation has no land which It can
Clo in fee, tins tract nas ucen cuicny
selected for tho reason that It Is un
der long lease, with about twenty-four
j cars to run, and paid up leases can
bo given to tho people settling thcro.
LAST BONDS EXCHANGED
The last of the $750,000 first Issuo of
McBrydo bonus were exenangea mis
morning. ThU completes tho readjust-
mem oi me uouuGU luueuieuuesa ui uiv
Mcllryde plantation and gives the prop
erty a two million dollar bond
under first mortgage.
Georgo D. Goar baa opened law of -
flcos In the rooms formerly occupied
iiy Mr. Justico Hatch on Kaahuroanu
Htrcet. Telcphono Main 214,
makers Sew. York
The Kash Company Ltd
asi..'. j fcrxfe'. rxfa - jN -
Thli afternoon Dr. Judd broko (ho
news of Judge Robinson's appoint
ment to tho Goternor,
Ulli h I I
iiiu uiu " '"" ... ?. Sheridan, due Thursday or Friday from
Robinson had been appointed,' said Hnn Francisco, will lay alongside the
Dr. Judd this afternoon. Oceanic wharf during her stay. Thu
LVm.' J?".!, r, 'champlgny with coal for the Naval
"Well," said tho Governor. "It Is all station, will bo discharging nt the
mor now. That settles It." Nnvn wharf, otherwise tho transport
Thoso woro his words," said Judd, would como along her usual place,
"or, at least, words to that effect. Hej
mado no further comment and showed i
inclination to discuss It further. I
l)PUOIU. 11 1UUKB UUW UB IL IUU VHb'
ual diagnosis was correct."
YACHT CLUB ANNUAL
Tho annual meeting and banquet of
tho Hawaii Yacht Club will bo held
Wednesday ecnlng.' Officers will bo
elected and the plans for tho season
outlined. This year will be an Import
ant one In the history of the club on
nrrnnnt nf tliA nr-nnn vnrht rare. lie-
cent new mombers added to the rolls
Bro! jti w shingle, J. J. Eagan, Wm,
sdgc, II. P. Wood, A. S. Robinson.
The next oorwtgnment of the Tropic
Jprult Co-'a selected pineapples will go
, forward to the Coast per 8. 8. 8onoma
January 30th. Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office, King 8L
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,,
Marshal Hendry has withdrawn as
surety on the bond of C Shhlozawa, the
editor of tho Hawaii Shlnpo .who lb
charged with publishing a libel, and
the reason therefor does not appear
very plain J. II Sopor was on the
bond with Hendry.
Yesterday Attorney S. I). Kingsbury,
attorney for Shlozana, filed a new
bond, with tho names of Sopor and D.
U. 1-ewls as tho sureties.
SHIOZAWA S SURETY
The most mysterious part of the mat
to know nothing whatever about It,
When asked this morning why he had
retired from the bond he said that he
had no knowleJge of doing so. He was
askd if he had received any advkes
from the mainland regarding tho mat
Ur, but answered that ho had not
SIBERIA Will I
f ATJiVAl 11
Tho S. S. Siberia, due Friday morn
ing, will tie up at tho Naval wharf as
liaiiftl fin Ihlai nnmint Ihn Irentnirt
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AKE IltLU IflMUNK
Tho Honolulu Merchants' Assocla
tton has arranged through U. S. Dis
trict Attorney urcckons. its represen
tative, with tho Territorial Attorney
General's Department, that members of
mo Association snail do nem immune
from any penalty attached to failure to
turn In corporation exhibits until suih
timo as the cornoratlon exhibit law
(hall be given a test and decided In tho
When tho Duhler players closo their
engagement here Ernest Wilkes, author
of tho pretty Hawalan sketch "Tho Half
White, produced at tho Orpheum re
cently, will tour tho Islands to gather
material for a four act mcTidrama to
ho produced by Uelasio on tho main
Wilkes also plans to take a small
specialty company to play llllo.
BIG CARG0F0R SONOMA
The S. S. Sonoma will tako 5000
tech" ' ?!'!!?
of p.neapp.e.Uw.U be sh as" well ..
irrtlthniVhlxuItl:10 or elMwncre for the thousand
'Tt ' Vh'.7i' ISSltli p,,e.T. agricultural families desired as lm-
IUUUO UIlll IllUVU UlllVr BlUU. OHO Willi. . ... ,k. t,. - nnn, rs.iart.ae At
hc!ro abnor..ror0.evCe0na,hor '" " ". " W WnUtaftlSfdtacu
hero about six or seven hours. ... .,,,, . ,h ... . ,
Mrs. Captain Clark and her daugh
ter are booked for a trip to San Fran
cisco on the Sonoma. They will prob
ably make a visit to tho eastern part
.of tho States before returning to Hono
The S. S, Sierra, due In the morning,
till take on COO tons of coal here.
County Auditor Dliknell makes re
port to the Supervisors tonight.
Tho man who buys tho cheapest
tliket usually wants tho most seat
The wheels of business move rather
slowlv with the unsystematic business
man. ne s contiqua y getting inio,
trouble-hls business affairs get tan-
... .. - ... . .
gled and he spends half his time and
energy getting straight.
LeVuVloiS afterU'your Investment,
estate, collection and other business.
We can save you worry and money,
.Trust Co., ud
Fori Street, Ilonnluin
Will Give Up Leases
That Lands May Be Given
BREWER & CO. MAKE FAIR OFFER
No definite action will be taken lis present expressed regret becauso of
the matter of sending a man to the tho (lonrnor'i Illness nnd a learned
migrants until Secretary Jack Atkln-
son returns from the mainland, lie is had stated that Walalua and Kwa plan
expected here within ten days. tatlons were ready to provide for about
The Territorial Hoard of Immlgra- two hundred of tho Immigrants to bo
Hon, of which Mr. Atkinson Is the brought from tho Azores. They wcro
chairman, held a regular meeting In ready to build them suitable bouses and
tho Magoon block at 9:10 o'clock this supply water and fuel and do all clt
morning nnd arrived at the conclusion that was necessary to start them well,
above noted. The meeting was brief, He had asked tho speaker for copies
for there was no particular business on of the circular setting forth what was
band, aUhoufh what little deeloped at expected of the plantations,
the gathering was of great interest I Cooke also announced that Drcucr
Present were Commissioners Cardcn,
Lookc an-l gralg and Assistant sccrr-,
tary wrauue. commissioner Tenney .
expected to bo at the meeting but was
delayed, Adjournment was taken nflcr
a session of less than fifteen minutes.
nf Inn mftMlnp liltl vnii
J. P. Cooko stated that Atkinson
would be back In the city on tho 9tli
of Tebruary. He lcates Chicago today
and will leave San Francisco on the 3d I
jonn warden tnougnt that a good
man should be chosen In the mcan-l
while to be ready to go on to the Ingncss, said Cooke, to build good
Azores In placo of Atkinson, Craig houses for the Immigrants and proper
agreed with him In this particular Af ly supply them with other things need
tcr discussion, howeor, the idea of ar- tul.
ranging for a substitute before Jack's There aro now 725 of the contcmplnt
return wns dropped. All members ed 1000 families already provided for.
Prepared By Pinkham
WILL PUBLISH SCHEME IN PAMPLET FORM
President Pinkbam of tho Hoard of
Health announced this morning that
ho Intends In the near futuro to give
tho public tho results of bis lnvostlga
tlons for the purpose of reclaiming the
largo tract of swamp land lying be
tween tho McCully tract and tho Wat
klkl road. Tho wholo matter will b
I contained In a printed pamphlet.
"' 'health mcn'0rBOdUB'
It Is swampy and Insanitary, and I
should certainly do all In my power to
prevent anyone from building tbcru
while It Is In Its present condition. On
tho other hand, 1 bellevo that tho city
Is going to grow. Honolulu Is going to
bo a fortified town and tho fortifica
tions will call peoplo here. Wo will
also bo getting many wealthy people
to settle hero, as they do for instance
lu Los Angolos. If not on so largo
vcalo, still to a great enough extent
ns to bo appreciable.
"I am not salng that tho plan to re
claim this land Is going to bo put Into
effect today, tomorrow or tho day aft
er. All I am going to do Is to show
tho public that tho plan is feasible,
and that they can gain a Ana trnct of
land whenover they want It. If they
want it, thoy cau liavo It; If thoy don't
want It thero is no harm In making the
plans anyway. I bellevo In tho prac
tlco which lllshop Libert said last
night was In uso In Homo, whoro they
make plans for tho Improvement of va
rious quarters thirty and even forty
years ahead, I cannot say that I want
to plan ahead for qulto such a long
time, but It Is a good thing to make
ulans. bo that nconlo who want to live
in n rnrinin niucu umi buu w
, ,.,", ,.. .,,
E'nS o bo llko In tho future.
in a certain piuco can suo wuai n
Pinkbam would give out no details
regarding his great reclamation
scheme. IIo had, bo said, mado an
IniimiisiUn studv of the matter, pre
pared maps and plans, and made calcu
lations, all of which would bedomo tho
property of tho public In duo timo
when tho memorandum was ready.
Pinkham stated that ho had ngured
nut that tho land could bo reclaimed,
filled In, furnished with streets, side
walks, etc, nt a prlco which would
mako It cost about tho samo per aero
as land In tho MaKlKi district.
Evening Bulletin 75J Pr month.
discussion as to grip nnd typhoid fern
Cooke announced that 13. D. Tenney
& Co, had stated that their plantations
ucre ready to tako two hundred I mint
Further than this Hrcwcr & Co. wcro
willing to turn ocr their lands leased
from the Government for the Govern
ment to present to tho Immigrants In
fee simple. There was some question
whether the Government could do this
but It was up to the Government to find
come way to meet this ery fair orrer.
Hrcwcr & Co bad expressed a will-
Tho jury In tho raso of Maull
charged with assault with n revolver,
Is taking a long timo to arrlvo at a Walalua plantation Is tho sufferer,
verdict The Jury deliberated from 12 Thcro has been talk of strikes on thi
m. to 1 p. m when It wns excused for plantations for somo timo past nnd nt
lunch. At 2 p m. It returned and was the timo of tho recent Walpahu strike
closeted until 2-60 p. m. when It asked thcro wcro rumors to the effect that
for further Instruction. It appears an effort wns being mado by tho ngl
that the complaining witness had a club tators to mako tho disaffection general
and dared the defendant and others to throughout tho Island of Oahu.
fight him. Maull drovo blm on the run
bv rhaslnc him. Urine a revolver. He
claims that he did this merely to f right-'
en him. The whole cose hinges on the
question of whether Maull Intended
shooting tho complainant or not.
Tho Sonoma will tnko on 300 tons'
of coal. Sho left Auckland on timo and
Is supposed to bo lato on account of
rough weather and head winds, sno.i'
will probably get In tonight Within Tho Japanoso apparently liavo no
six or soen hours nftcr nrrhal she will real grievances.
depart for tho Coast A delegation of tho strikers, con
. slstlng of ten of tho Japanese, prom
Only one stand now occupies tho old Ised to call nnd talk tho situation over
ruhmnrkct near the muni station Tho with Mnnnger Ooodalo today.
other Chinaman quit business this
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Telephone Exchange No.- 4,
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ALEXANDER YOUNG OUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUG8 IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
On Kuliio Election
(AttoclaUtt PrttM Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. -The House Committee on Elections has agreed
to report favorably to Delegate Kuhlo of
made by Curtis laukea.
0 i ia,lTjl
Great Fight Begun
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30 The discussion of the Hepburn railroad rate
bill was taken up today. This Is the Administration measure to control rail.
road " r, r iiiTYiiUMsfsI
FEED THE PRISONER8.
RIGA, Jan. 30. A mob attacked the Jail of this city today. The sentries
were shot, the cell doors opened and all political prisoners released.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. The appointments of Governor Ide and Vice
Governor Smith of the Philippines, and
confirmed today by the Senate,
BRU88EL8, Jan. 30. The Jewish conference to consider Russian condl
tlons opened here today.
Jnpancso plantation laborers lia
again gono out on strike, This tlmv
' Manager 13. D. Tenney of Castlo &
Cooko this morning received word
from Manager Qoodnlo of Walalua
plantation to ine ciieci mat za jap-
aneso laborers wero out on strlKo in
tho Kawalloa section of the plantA
Tho Kawalloa section Is situated on
tho heights not far from tho shore, to
tho soulhwcstwnrd of tho Halelwa Ho-
PHONE MAIN 282 1051
Hawaii In the contest or his election
III. has been proclaimed King of
Grlscom as Minister to Brazil, were
Col. Curtis laukea has beard from
Attorney Galbralth, who Is conducting
bis election contest In Washington,
which laukea Instituted to oust Dele
gate Kalanlanaole from his scat In
Congress. Galbralth writes that the
elections committee of the House of
Itcprescntathcs, to which the matter
was referred, has had a two day's hear
ing of the case, and has prepared a
majority and a minority report.
The committee consists of socu
members, four Republicans and three
Democrats. The majority report, which
Is In fat or of Kalanlanaole, Is signed
by the tour Republicans, while tho mi
nority report, which backs up laukea's
claim, Is signed by the the three Demo
Col laukea expects that the Houso
of ReprcsentntUes, when the two re
ports liavo been presented to It, will
tako up the matter In debate.
S. II. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In tho Huston building, .rooms
200. 201. 202. Telcpbono Main 192.
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"
sho.es for men. Every 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
Vlel Kid In both bale, oxfords
black and tan. Some very new
and swell styles In stock
BeJT S3.50 & S 1.00 "VC
Shoe Co., Ltd,
FORT STREET HONOLULU