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Vol. XVIII No 3.103
nONOLULTJ, TKKRITOKY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. FKHKUA11Y i. UHHJ
Pbiob 5 Oi:nts
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Local Rice Industry
TO ESTABLISH EXPERIMENT STATION
On the 1st day of July of this year, great deal, In Louisiana and Texas
tho United States Agricultural Expert- nml tho rest of tho rlco-growlng region
ment Station In Hawaii, under tho dl-.of tho United States tho cultivation of
rcctlon of Jarcd Smith, plans to stmt 'rlco Is Increasing. In tho Philippines
nn experiment In tho cultivation or
rlco In Honolulu, with a view to reduc
ing tho cott of production and of Im
The services of a man of largo ex
perience In the selection of seeds, ono
who has been employed In California
in seed selection and plant-breeding
on n large scale, havo been secured,
nnd he will superintend tho rlco ex
Director Jarcd Smith of tho Hxperl
wont Station states that specially con
structed implements will bo used in
tho cultivation test. Thero nro In ex
istence certain Implements that may
bo directly adopted to tho rlco indus
try or which can bo modified to meet
tho requirements. Tho cultivation of
rlco here at the present tlmo Is car
ried nn In n more or less crudo man
ner. With Increasing competition,
na Mr Smith, and with tho compara
tively high rentals of rlco lands. It Is
necessary that tho cost of production
of rice here be cheapened If tho Indus
try Is to be maintained or soma other
crap will eventually havo to bo substi
tuted for rice.
Tho United States nxpcrlmcnt Sta
tion here has been in correspondence
with Eastern authorities and arrange
ments havo been made for tho sending
hero of special Implements and ma
chlnery for the cultivation and harvest
ing of rlco.
From two to four ncrcs i sultablo
land will be required by tj Experi
ment Station. It is desired that this
land be near tho city, so that it may
bo under tho direct supervision of tho
experts. Tho land has not yet been
selected. A plow specially construct
ed for plowing in mud and a harvester
adapted to wet lands will bo among
tho particular devices used in tho rlco
Ono of tho chief objects of the ex
periment will be tho perfection of now
lurlctles, the selictlon of large and
heavy seeds, and tho gathering qf
seeds from individual plants yielding
nbove the average. Fertilizers nnd all
matters connected with tho growing of
rlco will bo carefully studied with tho
Idea of cheapening tho cost of produc
tion and In every other way assisting
"Last year's prices were very low,"
m!d Mr, Jarcd Smith this morning,
"and there was considerable money
lost In tho rice business. I don't know
how much, but I know thoro was a
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'. selected pineapple! will go
forward to the Coast per 3, 8. Ala
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St.
t The Kash Company Ltd;
and elsewhere thoro will soon bo now
lands opened to tho rlco Industry, and
It Is probablo that prices will go down
ward rather than upward.
"Wo mint either decreasn tho cost of
production or eventually substltuto
Bomo other crop on the rlco lands, Tn
decrease tho cost of production mod
ern mcinoiis must do used anu varie
ties must bo studied and crops Im
Holland Palm Treo Qln can bo had
lit tho Merchants Excbango Saloon.
Wo Import direct "Reference, Cus
tom House" and havo enough on hand
to supply tho retail trado by tho slnglo
bottlo until mora arrives, at tho old
established prlco. Merchants Ex
change Saloon, corner King and Nuu
Mr. Dorcmus of tho Germanla Ul.
took Issue with Tatlock In rolatlou to', t n, a'ul and , 0,hcr from
safe investments for lnsurnnco com- rlcr lo 10 Scc'rctary. asking him to
pa"m ., 1 .1 'Mo hi" authority. A draft of these
"Slnco tho organization of our com- , , .,, ,i ,, .i,mi,.o,i
pnny in 18G0" Ito sold "more than half
our securities nave ucen rcai es a to
iiiui iUhus nuu iniuuh ui wtv fg,wi'w,-
000 of nisets at tho present time more
,!, tinnil.inilft I. I lh, f,m
"Do you then regard mortgage, and
bonds ns tho safest form of .meatmen.
S. II. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In tho Iloston untitling, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telophono Main 182.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Offlces: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.
Never before havo we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for tho
extremest dresser and the conse
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
i. I'cllm"""1"wl"i,"'r" .u.ju.iui ma Vf Wood wroto tho physician's me original nigeroua tree, 1110 lamer
Mr. Hughes. "certificate and Dolo a letter to Cooper. f all tho nlgernbn trees In tho Islands.
"I do, unquestionably," said the Gcr-i u , cong,iorC( that tho two cases Over there Is tho Central Flro Station
manias president. Jvaw orl: rrf8.'nr0 anl,iogo,,. that Is, If Carter ro- with an equipment that would bo n
December 21, 190o. (Continued on Page S) Urcdlt to any city of tho size on tho
- - Imaliiland. Yonder, where 1 on see that
ROUGH SEAS REPORTED
Falluro of tho Alameda to arrivo this
morning on her regular time Is attrib
uted to tho bad weather, which caused
the cnblo ship Restorer to bo dclajcd
twenty-four hours on her trip In from
San Francisco. Sonic of those who ar
rived on tho Restorer this morning ex
pressed nn opinion today to tho effect
that tho Alameda would not arrivo un
til tomorrow afternoon.
GRAPES FOR MAUI
A hut of Portuguese small farmers
and others on the Island of Maul and
the United States Agricultural Exper
iment Station are to co-opcrato In an
experiment In the raising of a largo
number of varieties of wine grapes.
Thn ftnrltifritnun tmiA nfferwl Iwn
acres of land for the uso of tho con This Is the substance of tho decision a tempt: that the judgment nnd sen
templsted experiment and Mr. lllg-lot tho Supreme Court this morning on tenco were void because it did not op
gins of tho Experiment Station will In'grantlng the writ of habeas corpus and pear from them that Anin did not dl-
a few days go to Maui to Inspect tho
land to see it it Is sultnble for the pur
pose Should tho land offered prove
unsuitable, other land will be selected.
ono hundred and twenty-four va
rieties of wlno grapes lime been ord
ered to start with. Other varieties will
follow. Experts will have Biipenlslon
of tho vineyard and when It Is cstub
llshed as a success It will doubtless
come tho headquarters for all who wish
to follow the cxamplo nnd start vlite- Grand Jury hns thus met with a body make a return,
yards of their own. 'blow which will make tho secrecy of Tho Court told him to go ahead with-
Director Jarcd Smith of tho U. S. its proceedings an absolute impossl- out tho return. It stated that thero
Agricultural Experiment Station blllty, unless tho Supremo Court, with wore only two points on which It wlsn
states that tho experiment will cost which, according to the decision, the cd to hear him, namely: to have him
but little. Tho I'ortugueso hae askc-1 m1c power to make a rulo prescribing show what authority thoro was for ad-
for tho assistance and co-operation of
tho Experiment Station and they huo
not asked in vain.
Mr. Jarcd Smith, ns has been pre-
vlously noted, goes to the mainland
next week to work In the luterestts of
tofTeo growers, having been grautcl
.ww iuuuiud ii-u.u u, hubchic uj
Secretary of Agriculture for that pur-
About the Capitol building this fore
noon tho most frequent question naked
was If tho Alameda had been sighted.
Tho Alameda has Secrctarr Atkinson
on board nnd ns ho Is to bo Acting Gov
ernor Immediately en his arrival, tho
Interest taken was natural.
It Is generally understood that tho
formal transfer of tho Gubernatorial
reins from Carter to Jack will bo mado
by means of two letters, ono by Dr.
.Tiift.t ntnllni fhnt (hit flni'iirnrtr't.
i,.,i,i. . i,,o,, i,i, , .,,i.
,0 Cnrtcr ,)Ut whCthcr ho will uso It
or w, llllI18Cf framo otllcrg 8
Tho form of tho letters as
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ffnrV arontnnni Iwtimn 1 Trt rnn Will LUIUIUUWI . WI11CI1 Willi I1UV IIHIU VUB
lCl?r0u'ftr?;;nn H,U,BSo almou entirely deMroyed by nrv,
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will hold their meeting
IIIO U. A. I.', will 110111 ui.-ir 1111.-1-1111K
at tho San Antonio Hall tonight at
7.33 o'clock. Tho president wants all
membcis to bo present.
A petition for a rchearlug has been
II led by the defendant In tho case of
Knplolaul Estate s I.orrlu A 1 1llus
ion. Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
, wnat counts, not what you earn
When you have saved money don't let
It He Idle In your wallet. It won't
work for you there. Bring It to us and
let us Invest It for you and you will
soon be receiving dividends which can
In their turn be Invested. This Is the
true road to wealth and contentment.
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Honolulu
No Oath Of Secrecy
Can Be Taken From
Grand Jury Witness
SUPREME COURT ORDERS ANIN'S RELEASE
Anln Is free. The oath by which he lormatlon or complaint, because tho
wai bound as n witness before tho Court, in tho absenco of a sworn com
Grand Jury to keep secret Its proceed- plaint or information, was without iur-
tnim unit lmnnftpd without ntithorltv.
releasing Anln (rum me cusioay or me uige proccemngs ucroro mo iirnnu
High Sheriff, to which bo had been Jury under restraint from soma ado
sentenced by Judge Lindsay, who quote authority or to no mo person to
found him guilty of contempt because whom ho had a right to dlvulgo them,
he divulged his testimony beforo thoj The matter came up before tho Su
Grand Jury to Ills counsel. 4 promo Court at 10 o'clock this foro-
Incidentally tho decision means that noon. Deputy Attorney General Mil
there Is no power to Impose tho sccro-1 verton asked that It bo continued for
cy oath on Grand Jury witnesses and n little while, as the papers had been
be-ithuy can tell nil they know of the pro-
ccedliigs to anono they please. Tho
tho oath lies, decides to do so,
As soon as Anln was Incarcerated
last night, his attorney, Judgo Humph-
revs, stnrted habeas cornus proceed-
ng. In his petition for a writ ho set
forth thn! Anln hnd bepn unlnuriillv
Imprisoned on an Indirect or construct-
ivo cumcmm. .b iiiriucr uruuniis 11
was stated that it had not been shown
that the proccedlugs instituted against 1
Anlr were not based on any sworn In-1
From An Electric Car
Makes Tourists Glad
LORRIN THURSTON IS VIGOROUS SPIELER
"We nro passing up Fort street now,
ladles nnd gentlemen! On your left
nnn ! ft,1 .1 tAllnn,n' l.itlt.llni
uu dto uuu rm U1.11.1...B.
Nuw wo aro approaching tho Catholic
Cathedra, and the Sisters' School. ,n
thu yard of tho Cathedral you behold
- ".... . .. ..'
o'd structure, Queen Hinma onco hold
tUllll, in U lliuiuum vtv win uu onu
!? Portion of tho district known as
nnnimi Hwrpnlnir over fortvUll that they saw nnd heard nnd man
;, ... . ,. ,,,.,, , .
wall tin ilio llko occurred. Tho first
ill ILI UL'IUIL- SIS I1IU IliaiUlI UL 1IU-I
"Bcelng Honolulu" electric car, under
tliu aiisii ces of Trent & Co.. 1 10 Hail-1
Id Transit co-oporatlng, went over lad it was often referred to us Kaln
Ilia lr,.t rnllvviiv lllwx or Ilia rllVibOW Valley.
this morning with a party of tourists!
and others aboard. 1
I nrrln A. T ninlnn lincl ieen ro -
nutted to get behind tho megaphone
nnd tell tho sightseers something
bout the town and places of uoto.
Till.) M,r Thurston did today and ho
did It In a manner which revealed his
thorough knowledgo of all ho talked
about, and In a wny that highly pleas
ed his Interested listeners. Soverai of
tho passengers busied themsolvcu mak
ing notes of tho Information gathered
and many questions wero naked and
Tho quoted remarks at tho head of
this artlclo aro but samples of what
van Bald by the distinguished megU'
phono artist at tho start of tho trip.
Tuurbton talked for almost threo
hours, and to publish all ho had to say
would bo to print In a condensed form
hlttory or Honolulu, ah nuuanu
stream was crossed ho told of tho
great battlo of tho Oahuana and Ka
uivhameha tho Great, and bow tho lat
ter drove the former or tho Poll. Ho
pointed out all tho promlnont resi
dences along tho lino of travol and did
Dot fall lo loll something of tho Inter
esting history of each. Hu drow at
tention to tho pleasant walks and fa
mous drives, pointed out the beautiful
spots and named tho mountains, trees
Hpeclal Car No. 27, bearing a largo
sign; "Seo Honolulu," left tho cornur
of Foit nnd King streets shortly after
V o'clock. Tho louto lay up Fort to
iNfllptlnn tn nillililffo him milllv nf ran.
nerved on lilm only about an hour pie-
vlously and he bad not had tlmo to
ministering tho secrecy oath, and what
authority there was for holding a wit-
uess for contempt for violating tho
Mllvcrton stated that tho authority
to administer tho oath was based on
the rule by Judge Robinson, prcscrib-i
ihk wiu lunu in uiu iu uu uuiummbii-f-
id to Grand Jury witnesses.
Hartwell asked Mllvcrton If ho could
(Continued on Page 4.)
llcrctanln, thenco to Nuuanu, to tho
terminus nnd return, thenco out to l'u
9h1iou mid so up Manoa valley ind re
turn, thenco to tho Kalmukl tormlnus
tnd back to McCully, thenco out to
Diamond Head nnd back to tho, city,
'enco out to Kallhl and up I.lllha and
back to King and Fort streets.
K. II. Trent of Trent & Co., I-orrln
I. Thurston, Secretary 11. I Wood of
tho Promotion Commlttco, Josoph Irv
ing Downing, who will probably bo tho
.fflclal megaphono spider; Superln-
tendent I'ratt of tho Ilapld Transit,
t -'- ... v.-wb, ..
about a dozen tourist, woro pa.sen-
Tho Waltors appeared delighted with
I ItYntpil f nnttltlnrnlilA ilolloht. nt tliu
.,. - - ... . ... .. . -.-...,.. . ...-
thnim nr Mnnna vnllnv. over which
...-..-. . .-..... ...,.-. j . ., ........
1 rnin clouds hung but did not break
t Thurston remnrked that every after-
noun riuiuiiwa couiu no seen mere. 111
As lleretnnlii street wns entered the
vpeaker pointed to tho bill-boards und
liniunneii las iiiuiivnco 111111 ni 1110 ur
plicum theater overythlng nppearlng
ou tho boards could be seen for a mud
In indicating Punchbowl hill Mr.
Thurston declared that tho crater hud
Dot erupted for 17,000,000 years, so it
was not likely that It would erupt In
tho next few days. He pointed out Dr
(Continued on Page 4.)
ALEXANDER YOUNQ DUILDINQ.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUQS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
Mutiny and Disease
ST. PETERSDURO, Feb. 9. A spirit of mutiny Is smouldering among
the men on board the vessels of Russia's Black Sea fleet. Several officers of
the battleship Catherine II have been arrested.
Gen. Llnevlteh reports 220 cases of Siberian plague In the army and the
sick in the hospitals number 744 officers and 14,252 men.
REVOLUTION IN VENEZUELA.
WILLEMSTAD (Venezuela, Feb. 9. A revolution against President Cas
tro Is Imminent In Venezuela.
DEATH TO THE NATIVE8.
JOHANNESBURG, Feb. 9. Fifty-five natives were drowned here today
by the flooding of a gold mine.
WANT ARMY NEAR MANILA.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.8eeretary Taft has request an appropriation for
army quarters near Manlle.
DEFICIENCY DILL PA8SED,
WASHINGTON, Reb. 9. The Senate has passed the urgent deficiency bill
AMENDINO PHILIPPINE DUTIES.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.-iTho House today passed a bill Increasing the
Philippine duty on European made cotton goods and decreasing the tariff on
1 , '
The true talo of what Anln said to
tho Grnnd Jury and what the drand
Jury said to him was told this fore
noon by Anln, after tho decision of tho
Supremo Court hnd assured him that
tho Grand Jury had no power to bind
him to secrecy.
As Anln passed out of tho court,
having, through tho work of his attor
ney, Judgo Hiimphroys, overwhelming
ly defeated thu Grnnd Jury's plans to
plnco him In durnnca vllo, ho wns ask
I'd If ho would now dlvulgo what had
taken placu between him and tho In
quisition. Anln wanted to bo suro of his right
to do so, nnd nuked Judgo Hiimphroys
If ho could mako this statement with
out running tho risk of mora contempt
proceedings. Ho was told that hu
"Thoy asked mo if I ran a chc-fa
enmo." said Anln. "and I told thom
that I did not. Then they asked ma
who my partner was, nnd I said I bad
nothing to do with It.
"Tho Grand Jury also wanted to
know who paid tho money to the po
llco for protection. I told them that I
did not know, Thoy asked mo that
samo question over ten times, and each
imo I gavo tho samo answer.
"I was also asked this was tho sec
ond tlmo I was beforo tho Grand Jury,
after tho first contempt proceedings
why I had refused to answer tho ques
tlnn ns to whether I was running a
rho-fa game or not. I said tjiat they
had subpoenaed mo from tho street,
and I had not had an opportunity to
consult with anyone.
"Then thoy asked mo if I know If
tliero wero any chc-fa games running Governor -Carter, sas Dr. Judd, 1)
In town I told them Hint I had heard getting bettor slowly, but is still pret
that thero woro, I did not ploy chofa, ty weak. Ho Is now ablo to mort
but I had heard that thoro weru games about the liouso.
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our QREAT CLEARANCE 8ALE of
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 P'lrs Misses' Tan 8hoes; lace, button and slippers, 8tzes
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price $3.75, J3.00, J2.50J NOW 756.
00 pairs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sizes
8 to 11. Former price J2.75, 2.50, 2.00j NOW 50d.
100 Palrs Infants' Tan, Td and Dlaek Shoes. 8lzes 21-2 to 5.
Former price J2.00, $1.75, 1.50; NOW 50d.
TERMS CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 , 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
running. They asked roe for the
names, and I had heard that Araana,
Achl, Hop I.co nnd Anln wero running
them. I may havo mentioned tome
other names. They asked mo If that
Anln was not mo, but I told them It
as not. There wero plenty of Chi
nese bearing that namo. '. am not In
tho rhn-fa business. I am ' business
Anln snld further that lite -'id no
kick coming against tho treatment ho
hnd received whllo in tho custody of
tho High Sheriff In tho all last night.
Ho hnd been treated well by oven ono
nnd was satisfied.
II TO TAKE
J. II. Castlo yesterday evening re
ceived a cablegram from a, P. Thlelen
to thu effect that slxty-flvo families of
kloloknns aro coming hero on the Chi
na on tho lilth. A special traln-from
Uis Angeles will carry them to tho
Arrangements aro being niado hero
with tho Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company for n special boat to
tnko tho Molokans direct from tho Chi
na tf Kapaa, Kauai, Tho Kluau is tho
bout in view.
. IMPROVING SLOWLY
HS TO KAUAI
$ . ' - .