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Vol. XVIII No 32D9
nONOLULTJ, TKIUtlTOBY OF HAWAII. AIOKDAY EKBKUA.KY 6, 180(1
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15000 Bags Of Sugar
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Fire, which started In the trash shed, completely destroyed on
Saturday night tho boiling house, the sugar room and 15,000 bags of -f
sugar of the Onomea Sugar Company, How all. -
The first news of tho disaster was brought to this city early this
morning by the lntcr-Island steamer Nocau.
Purser Fred Wllburton of tbeNoeau reported, Immediately upon
arrival, that news had been received aboard the steamer at Klholo
Sunday morning, from Hllo, to tho effect that tho Papalkou boiling
houso and tvvontythousand bags of sugar ready for shipment had been
totally destroyed by Are during tho previous night. Tho mill, said the
report, was not Injured. No Information was received concornlng what
had caused the Arc.
Shortly after the Noeau's arrival this morning the story got
around town that the Onomea mill bad been burned to tho ground.
Humor In this case stretched a point and Jumped full grown Into gross
i:. Faxon Bishop, of C. IJrewer & Company, agents for tho Ono- -t-
mea Sugar Company, Hawaii, upon receipt of tho news from tho
Nocau, at onle sent a wireless message for particulars. Ho received -t
Information, In reply, as follows:
"The boiling house burned down Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Tho
vacuum pan and eaporator are left standing. Wo bellovo tho boiler
to be unharmed. Tho mill and engine room were saved. The fire
started In the trash house. Fifteen thousand bags of Bugar ltt the
sugar room arc a total loss."
Mr. E. Faxon Bishop stated this afternoon that no further details -f
had been received.
Tomorrow Mr. Hedemann of the Honolulu Iron Works, Mr.
Oeorge Robertson of C. Brewer & Co., and Mr. A. R. Clurroy of tho
underwriters will go to the scene of the fire to mako an Investigation. 4
The loss by Arc Is covered by Insurance as follows: -f
Building and machinery Brewer & Co., $21,876; Hawaiian Trust 4
Co, 113.000; Castlo & Cooke, $17,7D0; B. V. Dillingham, $13,000;
Watcrbouse Trust Co., $8,750.
Sugar Hawaiian Trust Co., J10.000; Macfarlane, $20,000; Grin- -t
baum. 110.000. "
Tho Grand Jury this forenoon re
sumed Its Interesting Investigation of
the Chinese gambling situation. Ow
ing to the fact that Attornsy General
Peters was engaged beforo the Supreme
Court the Inquisitors had to wait
while before they began their session
but after they once got started thejr
went to work with a will.
Ah Hoo was called as the first wit
ness. He was before the Grand Jury
for a couple of days last week, but evi
dently the Investigators still found him
Interesting. Their expectations were
not disappointed. Tho witness an
vwered questions In good shape enough
nnd then a surprise was sprung on him
by confronting him with another w li
nes, ono Kumukahl, who had been
called with more secrecy than the otb-
cr'wltncstfs, In order that these should
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The Kash Company Ltd.
not know that ho waa billed to appear considered a great promotion scheme,
Kumukahl Is an elderly Hawaiian, as tho Promotion Commltteo Is con!
who Is principally known to local famo tlnually hearing praises, from Port
because of the fact that be let his hair land for what the band did whllo at
grow from. the time of tho overthrow tho exposition, and It Is probablo that
of the monarchy all through tho time the plans now being considered will
until annexation ended tho missionary materialize
reign. Kumukahl, so rumor has it,. tm
Is one of the greatest devotees of tho A tlpulatton has been filed in the
blind goddess of chance In tho city. Becf trust giving Crlstcl Bolte. Chas.
and is Incidentally at times cmplojed Qay jag u, Kaymond, Phoebe K. Hay
es confidential man of some of tho bla mond. Christian Conradt. Kaneohe
Kumukahl was sprung on Ah Hoo at
a surprise and for about an hour the
Grand Jurors had a very Interesting
session with the two witnesses, who
were kept In the room togothcr. Upon
tho whole the Grand Jury Is rapidly
gaining a feeling of satisfaction that
It Is getting bold of somo real evidence
from Its wltnerscs, and the Investlga.i
tlon will be kept up for some time yet.
In the meantime Ah On, the former
police officer, has been waiting to bava
bis turn as a witness before tbe Jury
ever since last Thursday,
S. D. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In tho Boston bunding, rooms
200, 301, 202. Telephone Main 182.
The next consignment of the Tropic and tho Kapahulu Road as far as tho
Fruit Co.ts selected pineapples will go l'ahoa water works are urgently re
forward to the Coast per 8, 8. Ala- quested to meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday,
meda Feb. 14 Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office. King St
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestlo 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 tasto,
extremes! dresser and the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Tho Hawaii 1'romotlon Committee
meets tomorrow afternoon and the
Board of Supervisors get together lit
llifl evening. Tne former will have ap
pear beforo them Manager Joe Cohen
of too Orphcum, the man who has on
loot a proposition to tako abroad the
Hawaiian band, arrayed In bright new
uniforms with gold braid and all other
accessories, to tour the United States,
visiting all tho big cities and advertis
ing tho Islands In great style.
This matter was, brought up at tho
last meeting of tho Board of Super
visors, tho permission of the Super
visors being necessary before tho ban
ran leave tho County. Tho Supervisors
wanted detailed Information as to what
It was proposed to do with tho bond
and also wanted to know what the com
munity thought of tho proposition. Also
tho County Fathers wanted It nil In
black and white from tho pen of Band
Now tho matter from tho Promotion
Committees standpoint will bo set
tled tomorrow afternoon and It Is pro
,bab1o that n letter will bo sent to tho
Supervisors so that It can be taken up
by tho latter In tho evening, when a
I statement from Bandmaster Bcrgcr
will also bo read.
Ml tho Supervisors are In favor of
allowing tho band four months' leave
'of absenco and also favor allowing tho
band chough monoy (for tho County
will Bavo $0,000 whllo tho band Is
,way, In salaries and up-keep) to buy
now uniforms and to Increase Its
strength br about ten members. It Is
I Ranch Co., Ltd., Geo. W. McDougall,
Joseph P. Mondonca, John D. Paris, R.
W. Shingle, Woterhouso Trust Co., Ltd.,
and Harvey R. Hitchcock, until Feb
ruary 12, 1900, In whtch to answer.
Tho United States signs by J. J, Dunne
with tho reservation that the stipula
tion Is subject to countermand, R. W.
Breckons not being accessible.
Mr. Gartley has secured the services
of Mrs. Kamaka Stlllman, an aged Ha
waiian lady, voluntarily offered to
teach young women between now and
Washington's birthday tbe proper way
to get Into a Pau skirt. Mrs. Stlllman
lives In School street, near the Nuuanu
bridge. She, with Mrs. Jennie Miles
of Asylum road, and Mrs. Holt of Pa
lama, will give Instructions In the drap
ing and tho making of Pa-us at any
Residents and property owners of Ka
pahulu. Including the territory bound'
cd by Diamond Head, Kaptolanl Park,
February 7th at the office of J. J. IJgan
I for the purpose of forming an Improve.
News has been received In this city
or the marrlago In New York of Jean
A moaqulto-proor room In good local
Ity is offered for rent. Address J, Bui
Thi 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., Ltd
Fort Street) llonnlulu
Milverton Gets Anin
Into Supreme Court
PROSECUTION SUCCEEDS IN HASTENING CASE
After a scries of legal battles the ttons had been perfected It was wholly
Territory this forenoon was successful Immaterial, as It was merely an IdU
In bringing the Anin contempt matter net.
beforo the Supreme Court, whero thoj After considerable argument had
question as to whether Anin had a been heard, tho Court stated that II
right to an appeal from Judgo Llnd- had probably been wrong In making
say's sentence of ten days' Imprison- the order, still as tho matter was com
ment will be decided. ilng boforo the Supreme Court within
The first skirmish was fought at 'J I a very short time, It would not grant
o'clock this morning beforo Judgo tho motion to vacate.
Lindsay. Deputy Attorney General I A fow minutes later, at 10 o'clock,
Milverton presented his motion to va- tho fight was ro-opened by Milverton,
cato the order releasing Anin on his tho scene of action being this time
own recognizance on tho grounds that laid In tho Supremo Court. Judgo
exceptions to the Supreme Court did Whiting on this occasion conducted
pot lie In n case of direct contempt.' tho defense, Judgo Humphreys belr.g
The pnly remedy Anin could have, ho engaged In a Jury trial,
held, was that of habeas corpus. Milverton made a motion to plac
Frank E. Thompson, appearing for the Anin exceptions on the calendar.
Anin, presented an affidavit, sworn to Whiting objected on tho grounds that
by himself, In which ho stated that all his side by tho rule of Court had ten
the requlremcntr tur an appeal had day In which to move tho matter on,
been perfected, and tho matter of tho J Milverton In return produced the
exceptions was now regularly beforo, very affidavit whtch Thompson had
the Supremo Court. For this reason, used ngalnst him In tho Circuit Court,
hn Imld .TmlpA f.tnilanv tinri nn InnpnpLnn.l itamt It In tila nun mil flntnirn lit
Milverton answered that Lindsay
had not had the power to release Anltii
on his own rocognlzancc, or under a
bond, for that matter, becauso cxcep-l
lions did not lie. If the bill of oxcop-
This Is the Paradise of America,"
said A. F. Bloomer, retired lumber
man of York, Nebraska, this morning,
thereby unconsciously contributing a
catch-phrase descriptive of Honolulu
to the Promotion Committee's contest
which hold out the magnificent sum of
five dollars for a prize for the best
nitch-phrase. Bloomer know notnlng
of the contest when he made the above
remark. Possibly he docs not need. the
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bloomer arrived
here In the Siberia. They are going to
tour China and Japan and expect to re
turn home by way of this port.
are stopping at the Young hotel, ex
pecting to board the Mongolia for the
Orient, to be gone about four months,
returning In the Manchuria.
Mr. Bloomer Bald this morning: "Tho
folks back East don't begin to realize
what a glorious place you have out
here. We have taken the trip down the
railroad and never enjoyed anything
so much. The scenery Is superb. Wo
stopped at tbe Halelwa hotel and were
delighted to find an up-to-date hostelry
nt the end of our trip to Walalua. We
have visited the Pall and found the
view exquisite InsplrlnRl There Is
nothing like It! Tomorrow wo go to
visit the Volcano. It you can arrango
an eruption for our benefit wo would
lie ever so much obliged. This In In
deed tho Paradise of America,"
DOB IT FEED
If John Tatlock thinks that a life
Insurance, company should bo a Wall
Street feeder, President Doreraus of
tho Germanla Lffo docs not. Ho test!
fled that half of tho S35.000.00O In as
sets belonging to his company was In
vested In bond and mortgage.
"Whllo negotiable securities offer
greater galnB," was tho way Doremu
put It, "there Is always tno danger of
loss In thorn. In bonds and mortgages
you havo absolute stability and no cle
ment of a loss." Tho Now York Eve
ning World, December 20, 1905,
During an early morning blazo at
Camp McKlnley yesterday -nornlng a
shed adjoining the quanermaster's
building was destroyed. Prompt ac
tion of the soldlcrB and the fire depart.
ment kept the blaze from doing much
harm, and no other uuiiuings wero in
jured. liuy your urnuure oi we uoyua fur
niture Co, and get what you want at the
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Brokers,
OftlcesxCor..Fortand Merchant Sts.
ahowlni; Ihnt ns tlm oxccntlons had al.
ready been porfoctcd thero was no
son for delay. The Court granted tho
Milverton Immediately followed up'
(Continued on Pao 4.) '
Private advices received by a prom
inent Japanese of this city In tho last
man irom jnpan aro to me enect mat
the Japancso Consul for Honolulu,
Mr. M1M Hallo, has been the subject of
lnvpitlcfitlnn hv his home envornment
They,on ciinrKea mado by Hawaiian Japan-
cso. This Is tho Information given by
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IHO30 opposed 10 mo lousui.
It Is said further that while the
Consul will bo sent back to Honolulu,
lo "savo his face" with his countrymen
here, he will bo obliged to resign bis
office within a stated period after his,
return to this city.
Mr. Salto, It will be remembered, waa
not long ngo rated home presumably
to take part In a consultation on affairs
nt homo and abroad. A certain clement
among the local Japanese have long
declared that Mlkl Salto was not prop-
eriy representing uie interests 01 ins
people In Hawaii.
CARTER SITS DP
Tho Governor's condition Is reported
to bo very much better today. Ills tern-
.oraturo s'7oa . a. d he sit ting u ,
In a thalr for tho' first time since I.U
Illness began to be sorlous.
Joe Souzn was arrested yesterday,
charged with stealing a bicycle from a
store at King and Bethel streets. The
date for his trial has not been Bet. 1
Mr. New lands, who, with his wlfo, ll
stopping at the Moana, is a nephew ol
United States 8onator Ncwlands.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILOINO.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUQ8 IN
and TAPESTRY QOODS,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
Agree In Korea
TOKIO, Japan, Feb. 5. Megato, the Japanese financial adviser for the
Korean Government, has resigned owing to differences with Marquis Ito.
DUNBRITTON MAY BE 8AVED.
ABERDEEN, Scotland, Feb. 5 The British bark Dunbrltton, from Ham
burg via Lelth for Honolulu, Is reported to have foundered off May Island,
Fishermen assert the vessel Is probably dismasted and may be saved.
Several months ago the Ditnbrttton
left Hamburg for Honolulu, but In a
storm at tea suffered the loss of satis
and was olhcrwlso Injured. 8he put
back to port for repairs,, ami when
these wero completed sho began for the
KAISER'S GIFT TO MI88 R008EVELT.
BERLIN, Germany, Feb. 5. The German Emperor's wedding gift to Miss
Roosevelt will be an elaborate bracelet.
HER COUNT 18 NO ACCOUNT.
France, Feb. 6. The Countess Casteltane has entered a
ARE FAVORABLE TO 8MITH.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 5, The Senate Committee has agreed to fa.
vorabty report on the nomination of Gen. J. F. Smith as Vice Governor of
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal, Feb,
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Wife And Two Sons
Tho will of tho lato Henry Alcxan- from ruling In tho matter until tomor
der Isenberg waa this morning admit-1 row and to placa tho will In tbe ous
ted to probato by Judgo De Bolt, and I tody of the clerk of tho Suproma
the question of whether tno document: court.
was public property or not was Incl-1 The will was shown to tho press by
dentally discussed by Judgo Cooper, Judgo Cooper. It leaves to tho widow
A. Constnbcl, B. von Damra and II. S00 shares of Hackfeld & Co. and one.
.Glade wero sworn and testified to their .third of tho personal property, togeth
signatures as witnesses to tbe will as cr with all tho real cstato of tho do
waH na (tint nt (ha fi.fllntnr tllrl an ' finnan, 1
cooper testified that Isenberg was of
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sound mind when no maue tne win.
Judgo Cooper asked that appraisers
bo appointed. The Court appointed
niAir iinM.nl,- Tun nthAra will lm
nominated by Cooper. Mrs. Virginia
ituiiMMtiivu VJ viv !
isenberg, the widow; K. O. Dulsenberg
brotncr-in-iaw, ana u. m. iscnuerg.
brother of tho deceased, were named
n the will to be executors to servo
without bonds, and were appointed aa
such by tho Court.
Coooer then went on to say that tho
'win w not nubile property. Ho re-
ferrsd to tho comment made by tho
papors at tho tlmo when tbe notice of
tho petition for probate was filed, when
tho secrecy of tho proceedings was
rr!lrl7il. Rooncr said that there wero
objections to having certain parts of
tho will mado public, as they related'
to tho running of tbe firm of Hackfeld
& Co. and wero of a confidential na -
Judgo Do Bolt stated that whllo ho
was assured that his previous ruling
'? l.h nlttt'cI ?" J:??'! !"" haLh.t
that now tho situation was different,
"" hade" "Vjm"fteti X.
?t0' II wnB now Part of tho col,rl
Cooper asked tho Court to retrain
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our
Misses', Children's and Infants' Shoes.
Highest grade shoe-wear for one-fourth, one-third and one-half the
regular price. Every mother Is Interested and asking "How can they
We can and will easily explain when you come In,
Note the reduced prices, then come early and buy. You will be
sure to meet some of your friends here.
200 Palrs Misses' Tan Shoes; Isce, button and slippers. Sizes
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price 3.75, $3.00, 2.50; NOW 75.
300 P'l Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sizes
8 to 11. Former price J2.75, $2.50, $2.00; NOW GOd.
100 Pars Infants' Tan, Red and Black Shoes, Sizes 2 1-2 to 5.
Former price $2-00, 1.75, $10; NOW 50.
TERM8 CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANQE8.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
'PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
sxond tlmo to try to reach this port.
The next mall from Germany Is expect
ed to brine details of the loss of the
The Dunbrltton was a vessel of 1171
3-SUGAR: 88 degree Centrifugals, 3.42
quotation. 7a 11d. Parity, 366 ets.
Two thousand shares of Hackfeld &
Co. are given to Mrs. Isenberg In trust
(or tho two children, Rudolph Alexan
der Isenberg and Alexander Hackfeld
Isenberg. Two-thirds of tho personal
cstato Is also left to theso two children
. vaiatv to mow iviv w iisvaiu inu ,UIU1DU
to be given them when they become ot
The other bequests are ono ot S2500
J to Alexandor Wcndrath of Germany,
12500 to Aug. W. Dulsenberg of San
Francisco, and to B. O. Dulsenberg
and R. M. Isenberg. who are named aa
axecutors, tho sum of $1000 each to
servo In lieu of statutory fees and
The petition for probato seta out the)
heirs at law to bo as follows: Virginia
R. uenberg, widow; Rudolph Alexan-
j der Isenberg, son;
P. R. Isenberg,
fold Isenberg, son;
brother; Mrs. Dora Isenberg, sister;
j Richard M. Isenberg, brother; Clara
L Wend roth, sister; Paula Vollsman, als-
tcr; Julia Barkhauscn, Bister; and
Mrs. Beta Isenberg, mother.
Tho will docs not give any state
ment of tho property In question, nor
tho value thereof. It gives specific dl-
.rectlons regarding tho disposition of
the shares In reference to the buslnoss
of Hackfeld & Co.
QREAT CLEARANCE 8ALE
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