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REST. IS RUST. BUSINESS AND WORK PUT THE POLISH
From San Franclico:
Siberia Feb. 2
America Mnru , . ....Feb. E
Alameda , Feb. 9
For 8n Francisco:
11 A nrlMAnn fir. crrr
H. will be divided between ten wlnnera
m wi imc uuiicun rruc. run oe
jr tails today, page 6.
SW A S1.JOO TOUniNQ CAR.
"MS- A S :tfil KROEGER PIANO
Nippon Maru Feb. 2
Doric Feb. 9
Moana Feb. 10
Aorangl . . . Feb. 7
CW A S5000 INSURANCE POL.
and seven other
make up the
BULLETIN ADS MAKE BUSINESS
2385 INCOMPARABLE OFFER -f3
Vol. XV XII No 3205
HONOLULU, TKimiTOHT OF HAWAII. WICDNK8DAY .TANUAHY :U lUi
Pkioh 5 f'KNTH
Hakalau Will Get
KAPAA FAMILIES IN
Tli ere Is every promise of a Molokan
community settling on Hakalau lands,
oven as five or six hundred of these
agricultural people nro about to settle
Ill Ban Francisco arrangements havo
been mado whereby the Hakalau plan
tation will, at tho ox pen bo of tho com
pany, send a couplo of Molokan lead
ers to Hawaii to look over tho lands
adjoining the plantation, with a view
to about three hundred Molokans
making their homes there. Tbcro Is
itrcry promise of tho plan being sue
ccsslul. I-orrln A. Thurston nnd Land Com
missioner Pratt, who went to Los An
geles to close tho arrangements with
tho Molokans, returned from the main
land this morning In tho Sierra. Both
nro very much satisfied with tho hap
py termination of tho business.
.Mr. Thin ston was seen by a Dulle
tin reporter this forenoon. Ho had
the following to say:
"As far as tho Kapaa settlement Is
concerned there Is not much to report
that Is not already known. Tho Mo
lokans, whom I visited In their homo,
nro a splendid people. I am positive
that Hawaii would bo nblo to sccuro as
many of them as she wants.
"Tho first consignment of thoso who
nro coming for Kapaa will leave in
nbout two weeks. There aro about
G30 coming altogether, but there may
not bo moro than three or four hun
dred In the first Installment.
"In San Francisco, just before I
camo nwny, the proposition of several
hundred Molokans settling on Hakalau
was discussed. Tho directors of tho
company aio very favorablo to the
scheme and there Is ovcry Indication
that It will go through. Tho company
has arranged to send a coupla of the
leaders of tho Molokans to tho Isl
mills to look ovcr'tho situation. About
turce hundred Molokans will probably
settle on Hakalau.
"J. 13, Castle Is putting up the mon
ey, you know, to bring tho Molokans
here. No arrangements hao been
mado to reimburse him."
Mr. Thurston Btated that the settle
ment of Hakalau would bo under thy
same arrangements as had been made
Id reference to Kapaa.
(01. 1 F. ill
Colonel W. F. Allen was taken end
denly and seriously 111 night before
last and his friends feol very much wor
ried about his condition.
Tho attack was In tho nature of a
stroke of paralysis with complications.
His pulse was a little stronger this
morning than It was last night.
The colonel some time ago suffered a
The next consignment of the Troplo
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. S. Sonoma
January 30th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St.
The Kash Company Ltd,
HsIsHibsW 'JtiV V ''-Wit - ,i&'';, ' v- 7 4'
JiiiIro Weaver has filed a full report
to ttft Chief Justlco of tho Supreme
Court, showing tho business done by
the Court of Land registration for the
year 190E, as follows:
Petitions nlcd to Jan. 1, 1905, 31;
petitions filed In 1905, 38; total num
ber of petitions, 72; potltlons granted
and decrees Issued, 1905, 30; petitions
withdrawn, 1; reports of examiners
filed, 45; petitions pending Dec. 31,
1905, 28; petitions pending on appeal
to Jury, 1; area of titles adjudicated;
bouso lots 735,631 squaro feet, country
property 323 acres; area 28 cases pend.
Ing adjudication: houso lots 183,958
squaro feet, country property 10,087
acres; assessed valua of property in
30 decrees given, for purposes of t s
durance fund, S1S2.CG0; assessed value
of property registered from Oct. 13.
1903, to Jan. 1, 1900, S2S8.450; assessed
valuo of property pending registration,
8217.887: total valuo of property reg
istered with valuo of property pcndlnz
Attorney C. W. Ashford this morning
gave notice bofore tho Supremo Court
to the effect that ho Intended to raue
tho question of the constitutionality
of tho light wlno and license law, or
at least tho part of It which imposes a
penalty for Infraction of It The ques
tion wilt be brought up In tho appeal
of Wong Fcart, a Chinese from Kauai,
who held a light wine and beer license
and was convicted of violating Its con
ditions by selllrig liquor on Sunday.
Justice Hartwell asked wherein the
source of tho supposed unconstitution
ality lay. Ashford said ho held that
tho act was unconstitutional because I
Its body was moro cxtenslvo than Us
llfln Rnvnrnl aitlilnMa w.irn (.rnnnmt !
under one head
I a cor go D. Goar baa. opened-law of
fices In the rooms formerly ocouplsd
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumanu
street., Telcphono Main 214.
E. 8. CUNHA SICK.
K. S. Cunha, proprietor of tho Union
Saloon, Is confined to his house, suffer
ing with blind carbuncles.
S. D. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In tbo Boston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telcphono Main 192.
Tho Weokly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of
tho no" 5 of the day. For SI yar
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which wlll 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
, MADE DY
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
uiiioii Agents On
THAT M 10
EW Read the announcement
)sy- of the good things The
par Bulletin has for you, on
Sjsjp- Page Six.
On the last trip of the steamship So
noma to 8an Francisco over five thoii'
sand bunches of Hawaiian bananas
were dumped Into the bay. tho entire""? ""i'ZVlTl0
aliltimnnr nt tho frill frnm llntvn I 1W
Ing thus destroyed
. u ' ""7;..7.n ,.w. m.n frnm'lhls should be the case Just at tho
San Francisco consignees state that Fhrc8c,nt llJ?c bcca," " "' native,
the fruit had been stowed below decks""? teneflt wo would generally re
and had become sweated, turning black!??1' )e PfcWcnf tocommen
and becoming unfit for market The President! prestige.
Bhlpment was all dumped overboard I Nation In our favor In regard to setting
and the harbor was littered with ba- Mluo of P of our revenue. Per
nnnas to such an extent that the har-nal talks with a number of members
bor authorities lodged a protest wlthjows that while they are not In a
tho steamship people. hostile nttltudo toward Hawaii, most
Most of the shippers were Chinese, of them are Inclined to bo nnn-commlt-Tho
matter of recovery. If any. has not tnl in regard to our measure, nnd tho
yet been settled. It may bo devclopeJ ' Indications nro that wo shall havo to
that tho shippers were agreeablo to tho I fight tho bill through on IIb merits and
stowing of tho fruit In tho hold, other receive much less help than wo had
wlso tho Btcamshlp people may bo held1 hoped from the prestige of tho Prcsl
Uablo for damages. It Is said by ono dent's recommendation In his mes
of tho American shippers that the con-1 sage. The only open opposition to the
slgnccs will straighten out the matter
There aro 130 families of Molokan,1
coming here to settle tho Knpaa lands." w"Aor wn
said Land Commissioner Pratt this uf- ?' ' Co".rc.8 -ternoon
"Hut this liv nn mr-nns rtenna What Hatch Says.
out the number available. As a matter
of fact wo can cet alt the Molokans we
want, nnd we will probably have some
more pretty soon
"The Hakalau directors havo voted
to pay the expenses of a couplo of .Mo-, Act ana mat sucu an amendment;
lokans, so that they can come hero to would doubtless bo moro difficult to I
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IIIVI-BUKIIIU IIICI mnus Ul UUKaillU illOl
snows now tne naKaiau
. 4 1, a fn
stands in tho matter I cxnect tho Mo
lokan representatives to como by' the heaval, a Democratic majority should
next steamer I be returned In any succeeding Con-
"The price which was fixed by the'gress, nnd they chose to ropeal this
Hoard of appraisers for the Kapaa tract legislation In favor of Hawaii, thoy
was 29,S87, which Is at the rate of would never stop to ask whether It
ib.u'j an aero. '
i.u Ull Bti.
"There are 5200 acres altogether. Of
this 2000 acres aro cane land, 240 acres
rko land and the rest pasture land."
s NOLTE SELLS OUT
II J. Nolle .the long time Fort street
restauranteur, recently reported as re.
tiring from active management of VM
Heaver, today sold out to Herman
Krucer and Morris Iln.nhle.lt for
XT At Iia t9 n t.Aiirnit.1 (1 AAfl tnm t It A
capture of Frank Drown, a second ""B B 'or neaniiss ut-io. ' "
-tory worker who escaped recently from committees of the House Committee
tho Kings County, Brooklyn Jail, has n Appropriation. In regard to fortlfl
been received at tho police station. Ono cations and legislative expenses and
of Ilrown's. pictures looks very iniicli Bn appropriation for nn agricultural
'iivo ui u ivnuiu ui f ivvu iui me
111.0 a mnn now In Honolulu
Thn IVomli ahl,. Ph.mnlmiv .. na
lowed Into tho harbor this afternoon
by tho tug FcarletiS. She will dis
charge her coal at tho Naval station.
The wheels of business move rather
slowly with the unsystematic business
man. He Is continually getting Into
trouble his business affairs get tan
gled and he spends half his time and
energy getting straight.
Let us look after your Investment,
estate, collection and other business,
We can save you worry and money.
Trust Co., lw
Fori Street, Honnloln
Editor Dvcnlng Bulletin
Tho pnBsagc of tho Phlllpplno tariff
bill esterday by tho Houso concerns
Hawaii not only because It affects tho
sugar Imports, but also bcrauso tho
fight on that measure has brought out
In a largo degree the opposition which
has grown up In Congress toward tho
President. That thcro Is a strong feel
ing In both tho Houso and the Senate
to what Is regarded as tho President's
Interference with tho legislative
branch of tho Government, is clearly
shown In tho widespread comment of
tho press. Even such conservative
papers as tho Now York Evening Post
mid, others that have been distinctly
backers of thu President, aro now ma'
I " -, " mimniiniH sit vu
Kr?"8-. it Is unfortunate for
dim bo iar encuuniun-u is mu mwun-m
or Chairman l'ayne, wnvn, in response
to a question from Dr. Lloyd of Mis
souri, ho said that Hawaii wns as like
ly to get a fixed portion of her own
revenues ns sho was to get tho balance
of tho money In tho United States
Treasury. Such comments ar,o at
least sufficient to show that It will re
quire the hardest kind of campaigning
mill tne most rnrctui rac ng u our
measure. If It Is to becomo a law. one
of the Honolulu pnpern Is still finding'
fault with the form'of this bill; I am,
howovdr, still Inclined to believe that
tho Judgment of such experienced
members of Congress as Chairman
Hamilton and Chairman Uurton, who
both handle some of tho most Impor
tant legislation In tho House, together
with that of Senator Forakor, Is safer
' .'llow. tha" .La n??ll
When this objection was stated to
Mr. Hatch, ho stated at onco that ho
could bcv no force In tho contention
mai uus vuacimcni snuuiu uo in inu
form of an amendment to tho Organic
Dl-l-uiu mium iuu iiil-ai-m uiii, iiu nyum
! " j.-.."..umj iui ...
riitnrn If lilt niinara I tifvllt Innl tin.
future. If. by a general political un
was a part of tho Organic Act or not
WBS a pan OI mo ursauic ill or mil.
All legislation by Congress is on an
absoluto equality, and ono form of act
can be as readily repealed
1 am still engaged on the prelimi
nary work leading up to tho Commit
tee hearing on the revenue measure.
so that the work can be pressed rapid-
UP" "? rri71. . '"?, d,clcfat ?"
I from Honolulu. I have secured the
l'atJ 'or the hearing before the House
Committee for February 3rd, and have
!"o arranged with Senator toraker
I to have a hearing -hoforo his Commit
tee as soon as tho Houso Committee
hearing Is completed: 1 am also nr-
, . , . ... 13. .t.
scnuoi iw '""; ,.,....,,
J. KALANI ANAUI.l'..
Delegate to CongreBS from Hawaii.
Will Bring Good
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
Commlttoo at a meeting yesterday gnvo
the committeemen an Idea of tho cxtmt
Honolulu, Hawaii and tha Islands In
general, are being advertised by liter"
nturo from tho home oillec. Hy the S,
ft. Sonoma, leaving this morning, more
than 2000 letters, circulars anil aiirar
tlvo matter of .arlous kinds was dis
patched to many Individuals In the
Ulank tarda havo been provided by
Mr. Wood nnd trnclcrs as well as
fcvoryono else who vlilts tho commit
tee rooms nro Invited to fill out tho
blank with the name of sonic relatlvo
or friend. Theio cards nro filed nway
and by ecry mall nearly additional
matter Is sent to them. This list Is
growing rapidly It Includes the names
of many well known people who arc
Interested In Hawaii, William i:, Cur
Its, the well known Chicago newspaper
correspondent, being ono of them.
Names of people thinking of visiting
Iho Pacific Const or Hawaii are ob
tained by Mr. Wood from railroad rep
resentatives In the States. Letters are
written these people nnd Hawaiian lit
eraturc Is forwarded to them. It Is be
lieved that with the present arrange
ments In force by Mr Wood In time
tourists may bo coming to tho Islands
tbo year round.
Several complaints have lately been
mado to tho Promotion Committee
members about over-charges made to
tourists by hackmen, Walklkt canoe
men and by liverymen on tho other Is
lands. Mr. McCandlcss will Investigate
the matter. He will confer with Sher
iff Drown, who is the owner of canoes,
nnd sec If tho natives, who have been
Indulging In the sport and charging too
(Continued on Pag 4.)
The dredger Pacific broke all records
Kstcrday. pumping out 14,280 culil"
yards of earth from the bottom of tho
harbor. Captain Connor expects that
today tho machine will take out some
thing like 18.000 cubic yards. The
dredger Is working near the Occanlf
Wharf In toft mud. The Pacific will be
-nnl nut In tho iliannol Uituln tomor.
tow or next .lay. tht vicnther penult-
tint?. Whftl tl.n flrf-tlirlm- tilnrtAil Ihnpa
come weeks ago will be finished The
Kona somo time ago stopped tho chan
Vallcjo. Jan. 19. A telegram was r
iclvcd at Mare Island tills afternoon by
Admiral McCalla from Secretary of
the Navy ilonaparto stating that the
papers of the recent court-martial
board, which was held In cxccutlvo sen
slon In the reopened Wade case at Mnr
island two vvcHs ago, had been
' iclvcd by him, nnd as the board waf
unanimous in acquitting Charles T
Wndo of all charges and specification
in connection with tho explosion on tin
gunboat Bennington In San Diego bar
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' hnml M'niln llila ni.lsm
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"Washington. 1). C.. Jan. 19, 190C-
. v.iiii: i. uuo is uim-ru rr
leased and acquitted from all chargei
'ana restored to active duty.
"CHAIU.KS J. BONAI'ARTC.
I oci-iruirr Ul llie navy,
Admiral McCalla seemed mucb
Secretary of the Navy.
i pleased over tho news, as well as th'f, ,,', lo ullnt! n ,. ln iota
i.romer omcers oi ensign wade wtia.
are at this station.
High naval officials aro of tho opln
Ion that the blame attaches to the fault)
construction of the boilers and to tbi
fact of there not being a practical en
gineer in cnargc or tno engine room.
Henrv Ilendel. son nf thn Run Frnn.
Cisco merchant, a member of the firm'
of Tillman & Ueldcl, who had his left
hand taken off In tho dredger Pacific
tovcrnl weeks ago, wlll return to hut
homo In Oakland on tbo next Alameda.'
Ho will be accompanied by bis sister,
who nas ueen hero taxing caro of him
Dr. U E. Cofcr wlll return within1
two weeks from tho Coast with Mrs,1
Cofcr. Mrs. Cofcr has been In Now
ork, where sho underwent an opera
tion on her eyes.
John Hawkcs, n Cincinnati lumber
man, has crossed nnd recrnssed the At
lantic 228 times, and Is known as "the
old man of tho tea."
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGQ IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
Struck a Mine In
f.Wiociiitnl IVtii J-pi.in; Cabin
BERLIN, Germany, Jan. 31. The steamer Sylvia of the Hamburg-Amer
ican line left Vladivostok harbor Monday evening, having on board a large
number of returning Russian troops. The ship struck a mine In the harbor
and turned back In a sinking condition. She was grounded to prevent total
loss. One life was lost.
NEW YORK, Jan. 31 The widow
married today to Wilson Mlxner of 8an
BODIES FROM THE
VICTORIA, B. C, Jan. 31. Three
fitMocfafrd 1'rtti gptclal Cable)
GUAYAQUIL, Jan. 31. An earthquake occurred here 8undy, followed
by two severe shocks today. The people are In a panic.
CONSUL GENERAL AT HONCKONO.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31 A. H. Wilder of Wisconsin has been appointed
Consul General at Hongkong.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30 SUQ
or $70. per ton. Previous quotation. 3.
Land Here For
Lieutenant Slnttcry has received (11-1
rectlons from Washington to survey a
couplo of acres on tho summit of
Hound Top, tho hill dividing Mnnoa
from Maklkl, In tho neighborhood of
Ocrrlt Wlldor's home, which aro to bo
set nsldo for military purposes.
fiiltn in thn nvnnltnnr vlmw itifstts
llllg plac0 comman, B 0f al tho coun
I ... ..
try around Honolulu, It Is probnblo
tb'Bt tho )aml wlll bo ugC(1 fo? nn ob.
Tho Idea to set nsldo this plot origi
nated becauso of tho fact that tho Gov
ernment Is at present preparing to ills-
nn. il, Inn, I In Mnlrikl nnd rnrlnln ... ....... . ,v.j vumiu, m.it.
. I, i '." ...'., i. ..,""' temperaturu was 100 degrees at
4.LV.. nn..mnr ;n..nti
wanted to sccuro the plot before tho
,ani1 BB "Posed of.
. 7, . 7, . , ,
The Emma Street Improvement Cub
will meet In tho High School building
i l!U IV UT Ll'IIUrilMVUl lUlinvilliVllllJ'
ui o uciwn 11110 vvcii.iib
The Germans give worn-out horses n
'onlc of roasted coffeo beans mixed
Henr) Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Stock and Qond Brokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
'PHONE MAIN 282
of the late Charles T. Yerkes was
Francisco and a brother of Addison
Special Cable) ,
more bodies have been recovered from
AR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.50 cents,
CITY AND HARBOR
Dr. Judd visited Governor Carter at
about 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. Af
ter making his examination of tho pa
tient ho gnvo tho following report:
ino uovcrnor is very comfortable.
noon- "e shows no now developments
" " ,ow sympioms. , j o naa a gooa
hIi.1.1 D1n. .. .!. IU II. t. . .
BB(,e noJ refcrcnco t0 tho noblnson
cas0 or (h0 rclurn of Jaeki an(1 ha, Md
nothing regarding what ho plans to do
nttcr b KCtB W(,Ui It ,g (o0 carl t0
dlscsa that yet."
STRIKE STILL ON
Reports from Wnlaltii this morning
are to tho effect that the strike of the
22S Japanese laborers In tho Knwalloa
section of tho plantation still continues,
no understanding having jet been
reached between the management and
tho strikers' delegation.
When you think of It, It Is sur
prising to note the great diver
sity of shapes and patterns wo
show In our "All America"
shoes for men. Ever;' 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. Oest grade of
Pat. Colt, Fine Gun Metal, Calf,
Wax Calf, Box Calf and rich
Vlcl Kid In both bats, oxfords
black and tan. Some very new
and swell styles In stock
2BF- S3.50 4 S 1.00 -W2
Shoe Co., Ltd.
FORT STREET HONOLULU
GARTER GOfrlFORTABi E
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