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"THERE IS A HARD WAY TO DO EVERYTHING THE EASY WAY IS TO ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
From 8an Franclaco:
China rcb. 20
Sonoma Feb. 21
ONE YOTE FOR
Nippon Mnru Fob. 27 i
For San Francisco:
Manchuria Feb. 16
THE .EVENING BULLETIN
Venture Feb. 20 ,
.,- .-rwn pr zr contest.
Aorangl ,. Mch. 10
WEDNE8DAY, FED. 14, 1900,
Thl vote It good until Feb. 21 In- W
BULLETIN ADS DO THINGS
Vol. XVIII No 3:)7
HONOLULU, TKUHITORY OF HAWAU. WEDNESDAY. tfK.tUUA.'RY U, 190(5
Puioh 5 Cunts
Second Count In Auto Contest Tomorrow
If Report Be True,
For Sugar Prices
RISE IN WHEAT WOULD HELP MUCH
"It does not look very encouraging
(or sugar prices for n couple of yean
to come, If the European bert augai
situation Is reported correctly In a lain
circular of Smith & Sclpper," said C.
1). Tenney. of Castle & Cooke, this
Smith & Schlpper, of New York, pub
lish Tbc Federal Reporter, and In their
circular of oJnuary 30th. have the fol
lowing to say, after Quoting European
beet fluu res: ,
It is to be noted that the difference
In the quotation for the distant and
nearby months Is growing smaller. Our
correspondent writes: "The market
has maintained the previous steadlneat
vlthout any appearanco of woakness.
In aplte of the publication of tho fig
ures of deduction for December and the
consequent Increased crop estimates,
mid In spite also of the decline In
America, which puts nil chance of ex
ports of beet to jour stdo out of the.
"The be a crop Is now estimated at
Utile short of 7,000,000 tons, and yet
there Is no pressure to sell. I
"The explanation probably Is that
there Is little or no sugar held by spec
ulators for the spring months, and that
tbo trade demand Is sufficient to take
Large Che-Fa Banks
Close This Forenoon
Tho four big che-fa banks finally
closed this morning, though for how
long a time la not known. Yesterday
It was rumored that the banks would
close today, but no dc.lnlto Informa
tion could bo ascertained, Tho cho-fa
men do not take tho public Mot oven
their patrons, Into their contldonco.
Tboy closed today merely by falling
to glvo out the riddle, which la gener
ally announced somo time beforo the
drawing takes place, and which Is sup
posed to give the players a faint clue
aa to what the winning word will be.
When tho players found that no rlddlo
was given out, they know that thero
was nothing doing, and that tho banks
The next censlanmant of the' Tronic
Fruit Co.'a selected plnaapplea will go
forward to the Coaat per 8. S. Ala
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Welle
Fargo office, King 8L
The Kash Company Ltd.iTnrstccu.
oft all tiiat the factories will sell.
"If there were prospects of a largd
reduction In sowings, we should be In
clined to glvo up hopes of any lower
prices, but the indications so far point
to about 25 per cent In France, nothing
In Austria, and nothing In Germany
on the factories' own farms, but a fair
eduction on what they havo to buy
Irom tho farmers.
"Although tho reduction does not
seem likely to be enough, and if not
assisted by a comparatively poor sea
son, might result In another year of
"For the present the view wo are In
clined to take Is that there will be a
rontlnunnce of heay markets for a
considerable time to come, with per
haps n period of rather easier prices
lasting even to the summer with little
recovery then,, especially If tho char
acter of the season should prove, at nil
unfavorable to tho crops."
Another correspondent says: "Noth
ing fresh about tho sowings. We
understand that sowing bcot at even
these low prices Is better than wheat
at Its present value. It wheat would
only advance In price we should sco a
startling reduction In tho rowings of
had temporarily suspended operation.
I Yesterday all four banks woro run
ning at full blast, as usual, each hav
ing twn rimwlnm Thn wlnnlns- wnrrla
Iwcro as follows:
I Akl bank Opae, at 11:45 a. m.; Io-
lo (mouse), at 4:45 p. m.
i Amana bank Hakaka (fight), at
12:15 p. m.; Malalll (leprosy), at G
i Hop Leo bank Popokl (cat), at
12:15 p. m.; Pepolao Alll (chief's
car), at 5:15 p. m.
I Anln bank Waha (mouth), at
1:15 p. m.; Moa (chicken), at 6:30
Whllo tho efforts of the Grand Jury
(Continued on Paga 4.)
The atatement mado In the morning
paper to tho effect that the Youug
hotel Is full to overflowing la denied
by the management today. The hotel
haa a number of rooms yet unoccupied,
and Ih prepared to accommodate any
who may come.
are tailored from the choicest fabrlca
ofjforelgn and domeatle 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 harmon with good taate, for the
extremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Fire Is Continuing
In Spite Of Flooding
In Hold Of Steamer
TEXAN MAY NOT BE
Although the Texan has been floodoj
tetneen decks In hatches 2 and 3, the
heat Is greater today than It was, and
It Is not possible that the Are will bf
extinguished until all the lime has been
slacked. Local agents of the Hawaiian-American
Steamship Company, nr
certain that not great damage to the
vessel will result from the fire, al
though n loss will be realized In tL
cargo. Tbo fire engine bad stopped
pumping water Into the vessel tins'
morning, but It Is still on tho grounu
to bo In readiness for any emergency
that mny demand Us services.
Ifls realized now that a mlstako was
made In the method adopted to put out
the fire. Water should not have beea
applied, for that only made the effect
of the lime worsa Instead of better.
Chemist Crawley, of the Hawnllan
Fcrtllzer Works, and Prof. Shorcy ol
the Experiment station, say today thai
the most effective and the safest meth
od to adopt In stopping tho
II ro would hao been to generate car
bonic acid gas, and to have pumpoJ
it Into the hold.
The Federal Orand Jury will, with
tho assistance of United States Dis
trict Attornoy Dreckons, probably
break all local records for speedy
wuin. ii jius uuw uuvu ill bubbiuu uui
three days, and It Is probable that all
Its work will bo finished this after-
noon, and that Its report, accompanied
I by tho Indictments found, will bo giv
en to Judgo Dolo tomorrow. The Orand
Jurv will, however not bo illscharsed
I for a week or so, in order that It may ,
ibe In readiness ahould any troublo
arise over any of tho Indictments.
Today the inquisition was busy
mainiy wun mo case ui whikoiob, me
llalelwa postmaster, who Is charged
with embezzlement of postofflce
iiiniiai at iiiirniiir ni iihwiiihii. a :iii .
jnese and Japanese witnesses, and alsoj
rostorrico inspector uare, were exam
InoJ In regard to this matter,
Tho caso ot the two marines who
wore arrested on board the transport
Sherman on a charge of counterfeit
ing, will probably be taken up this af
ternoon. The two defendants were,
waiting outsldo the Jury room during
tho forenoon, guarded by an armed
'Altogether this Grand Jury has han
dled about ten cases and all connected
with It are greatly satisfied with tho
speedy performance of Its duties.
Elgl) encores last night for the
Is assured when valuables are deposit,
ed In a box In our safe deposit vault
The cost Is only
S5 PER YEAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cauae of saving you hun
dreds of doltara and the loss of valu
able documents, which when once de
stroyed cannot be replaced.
I Fort Street, Honnlnln
DAMAGED BY FIRE
Carbonic acid gas, or carbon dioxide
Is often used for checking fires. It Ii
heavier than tho atmosphere, and thur
It crowds out all oxygen, without which
flame cannot exist. It would have
forced out the ordinary air from the
hold of the csael, and like a wet
blanket would hn suffocated the
llames. As soon as all tho dampness
that had caused the lime to slack, was
exhausted, the heat would have stoppel
and the damage would have been con'
slderably limited to what It Is at pres
ent. Tbc application of steam on the lime
caused It to condenso Into water, un
equal amount going to each barrel, nnJ
the slacking process was Increased
Although the vessel Is hotter than
yesterday, tho steam and water It il
l'cllecd, will prevent the Iron from
warping and bowing the vessel out of
shape. There is nothing more to be
done now, It is bclletcd, than to await
the exhaustion of the lime supply,
when the hold will be emptied and a
suney under direction of the captain
will be made to dctermlno It any Injury
has been done to the vesseL
Henry D. Corbett, for twenty fit a
years the leading stationer of Tucson,
Arizona, has determined to mako Ho
nolulu his home. Ho haa bought but
the Interest of F. E. Nichols In the
firm of Wall. Nichols Co.. atatloncra.
on King atreet. and has also purchas
ed tho Pacific Heights residence of F.
B. Nichols for ten thousand dollars.
It was through the Henry Water
house TniBt Company ot this city that
Mr. Corbettt became acquainted with
the opportunity and tho firm named
bas Just consummated the transaction.
Mr. Corbett first thought of coming
to make Honolulu his home when ho
came In contact, back In Tucson, with
a traveling aaleaman for a largo Ink
house who had been here. Mr. Con
bett had been thinking of pulling up bo secured here,
stakes In Arizona and seeking pas- It Is tho talk now that In order to
lures new and ho Inquired of the drum- secure ono of tho big prizes, In differ
mer as to what places bo would rcc- ent districts or perhaps s a wholo,
mmend. I the readers here form a hul. While
"Oo to Honolulu!'' aald the nan whp this may bo dono, there are populai
had been here, and, thorefore, know Individuals who aro going Into tin
what ho was talking about. And so contest to win.
Corbett pulled up stakes. I Ono whose friends aro beginning a
Mr. Corbett Is enthusiastic over the vote canvass Is Miss Hannah Sheldon,
climate here, and thoroughly believes a teacher In tho Kekaha school. Witb
that Honolulu will bave a wonderful ber many friends and admirers It Ii
future; that its position In tho Pacific
Is going to make It world Important,
Ho comes hero accompanied by, his
wife, and expects to remain hero ' al
Cornelius Doremus, president ot the
Gcrmanla Life Company, was called to
the stand In the recent Insurance In
vestigation, The feature of this company Is, he
uald, that every policyholder has a
vote for every $100 of his policy.
Mr. Doremus said that his company
had never contributed to political cam
paign funds. The New York Evening
Journal, December 20, 1905.
All members of the Honolulu Sym
phony Society are hereby requested to
attend tho adjourned annual meeting
on Friday the 16th Instant at 8 o'clock
p. m, at the Club House, Uaalelca
8. D. Kingsbury haa opened law of'
flees In the Boston building, rooms
ZOO, 201, V)J. lciepnono Main mz.
Ilenr) Watorhouse Trust Co,. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
OfflcesttCor..Fort and Merchant Sta,
Telephone Exthange No. 4. v
(Iptelnt fo The ItulltlM
I.llitio, Kattal, Feb. 12. On account
of the omlgratlon of Japanese laborers
to California, the Japanese business
men of Kauai aro becoming alarmed
for their businesses, and will bold a
meeting at Koloa Feb. 18 to dlsctfxs
means to stop tho laborers from leav
I The Japaneso calling this meeting
have addressed a communication to
plantation managers telling of their
Intention and requesting any sugges-
'tlon. Tho communication also state
that these business men aro willing to
petition their homo government to al
low more of the laborers to come here.
SOI DON'T LIKE
' Mill 111
(Special la The Bulletin)
Kapaa, Kauai, Fob, 12, Among the
Portuguese and Hawaiian here there
Is a strong feeling that. If nut unjustly
treated, they hate not been properly
considered by tho Government In ita
land-settling policy. Many of these
people have made their homes for
twenty J ears on tho Kapaa lands where
the Molokans are to be located and the;
think they should hno been gUen au
opportunity to secure this land nt ai
'favorable terms as tbc ltusslana. To
theso people the coming settlers do not
oiler u good omen aa they do to many
people; but rather a bad one. as they
I will be forced In many cases to mo
from homes they occupied for years tc
other quarters and still others of them
ore afraid of losing their present em
ployment. One Intelligent Kapaa Portuguese
ruts It thus: "Tho Russians are com
tug now, I don't know. I lived here
23 years and worked all the time. Once
with 90 others I signed a petition to the
government asking for land. w
didn't get It. Now the Russians art
coming and I don't know If I can sta)
here or not."
I Bp trial to Tht Bulletin)
I.lhuc, Kauai, Feb. 12. The Dulle
tin's big 1906 prize Hat la awakoning
a great Intereat among the people on
Kauai. It la estimated now that tbore
are 30,000 vote coupons among Kauai
bulletin readcra and this la but a amall
portion of the number tbat will later
almost certain that votes cast for her
will reach a considerable number.
The Henry VatorhouBe Trust Co.
this afternoon filed its answer In the
beef trust case as admlnlstralor-wlth
thu-wlll-annoxed of tho estate, of W.
II. Cnruwell. The answer ot tho Met
ropolitan Meat Co. will finally bo filed
this afternoon, through ita attorneys,
Holmes & Stanley and A. O. M. Hob'
ertson. It will bo In the form ot a de
murrer, which will be practically In
; the same form as that filed by the O.
R. & U Co. through S. M. Uallou.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Juit Oppnod a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
Hawaii To Study
(Altoclntetl Yen SptilaJ Cablt)
. WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. It haa been arranged that Hawaii tend repre.
aentatlvea here to study the tobacco Industry. Secretary Wilton of the Agrl
cultural Department haa promised to
(Attoriated m$i Special Cablt)
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 14. Yale College will offer free scholarships for a
limited number of Chinese students.
NEW OOVERNOR FOR ALASKA.
(Attoclated 1'rttt Special Cable!
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. The President haa accepted the resignation of
Governor Drady of Alaska. His successor may be B. H. Jarvls, formerly of
the revenue cutter aervlce.
BERLIN, Feb. 11. 'The rebel Hottcntota ambusned a German patrol In
Southwest Africa, Lieut. Bender and
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Feb. 8.- SUBAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 8s 1 1-2d.
Previous quotation, 8s. Parity, 3.36 cents.
Demonstrated By Sims
ATTORNEY GENERAL TO TAKE'MATTER UP
W. It. Sims has filed his report as
master In.the matter bf Maraklall Ka-
opulupulu Walaaulanl, a minor, where
in he shows the administration ot mo
guardian, T.' B. Kalama, of the minor's
affairs, to bavo been greatly to tho
disadvantage of his ward. The matter
was up before Judge Lindsay some
lime ago, and at that time the Court,
expressing Itself In strong terms on
the subject of Kalama's dishonesty,
asked Sims to report on the matter.
Sims throws an entirely different
light on tho matter than that shown
by Kalama. Slma shows tbat tho sum
of $718.70 should be due tho estate,
while according to Kalama tbo estate
owed him $504.
The report prepared by the master
gives full details of the entire matter.
It shows that when Kalama waa ap
pointed aa guardian on July 0, 1900,
tho estate consisted of two pieces of
land In Koolaupoko, one undivided
share In tho abupuaa of Walkane, and
$573.45 cash deposit In the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Dunk. Kalama fur
nished a $1,000 bond with T. F. Lan
sing as surety.
On Dec. 27, 1905, Kalama filed a pe
tition for kavo to acll the two pieces
of land. He showed tho necessity of
soiling them In order to pay for tho
maintenance of tho minor and to pay
tho minor's debts. It was this matter
which started the troubles for Kalama.
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our GREAT CLEARANCE 8ALE of
Mlsaea', Children's and Infanta' Shots.
Highest grade ahoewear for one-fourth, one-third and one-half the
regular price. Every mother la Interested and aaklng "How can they
We can and will easily explain when ycu come In. ,
Note the reduced prices, then come early and buy, You wilt be
aure to meet tome of your frlenda here.
200 Plre Misses' Tan 8hoea; lace, button and slippers. Sizes
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price 3.75, J3.00, $20; NOW 75e.
300 P'lr Chlldren'a Tan Shoes; lace and buttona only. 8lzea
8 to 11. Former price $2.75, $2.60, $2.00; NOW 50.
100 Plre Infanta' Tan, Ptsd and Black Shoes. Sizes 21-2 to 5.
Former price $2-00, $1.75, U0; NOW 50.
TERMS CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 . 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
alx troopers were killed!).
On Jan, 30, Kalama filed bla first
sworn financial account of his stew
ardship. In which ho charged himself
with 1 1C0 rocelpls for rents for 1905
and 190C, and with disbursements la
tho sum of $604. Among the disburse
ments the principal- Items are a $50
fee to T, McCanta Stewart for legal
aervlces, and a charge of $520 for
board and lodging of the ward from
July 0, 1900, to Dec. 6, 1906, at $8 a
month. These accounts thus left a
balance of $504 duo to the guardian.
Slma states further that on Investi
gation he found that tho guardian had
failed to account for the receipt ot
renta from 1900 and several years af
ter, amounting to $350, and for the de
posit In tho Hawaiian Postal Savings
Dank, which, with Interest, amounted
to $584.70, and which was withdrawn
from the bank by Kalama five days af
ter hla appointment as guardian. This
shows omission of total accounting of
receipts In the sum of $934.70.
The master finds the Items In tho
guardian's expense accounts correct
with the exception of the $520 charge
I for board and lodging. He ahows that
this charge Is excessive for two rea
sons: First, because the ward was an
inmate of the Reform School for sev
en months. In splto of which she hai
been charged for board and lodging for
theso months; and, secondly, because
(Continued on Paga 8)