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SATURDAY, FEB. ir. 1906,
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EVERY ISSUE SUPPLIES THE REASON
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Vol. XVIII No 3810
Ifc PAGES HONOLULU. TKKKITOKY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY
FKMKUAKY 17 UlUli-Id PAGES
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Hackfeld Will Take
PORTUGUESE LABOR PLAN IS OYER SUBSCRIBED
Sugar plantations represented by II .
llHckfelil & Co., Ltd., liavo mado It I
known that they are prepared to take)
275 families of the rortugueso who aro
to be brought here from tho Azores,
President J. F. Hackfeld of Hackfeld
& Co. stated this morning that the
firm's plantations stood ready to pro
vide for 270 families, to furnish them
lands under long lease and to build
th,m aititni.in hnmpit. Thin number
will bo divided among soveral planta-
If 'tho families average four or flvo
Individuals, this means that somo
twelve hundred persons will be taken I
l.ir Dm llnrVfsl.l nlnntntlons. i
With families spoken for, when the
Territorial Board of Immigration last
met, nnd with those which plantation
rMirnuni! t.v niiini- npmrlM nre
toady to provide for. much more than
fine, thousand famine? will have to uc
urougni from IDC .wares.
In this respect tho situation tins
somewhat reverted Itself. In tho be-
ginning the Hoard of Immigration
through Hi rxpieiifon of up.iilou on
the pait of iu members, believed that
the planters wre slow In speaking for
Hip Immigrants It wfcis the opinion of I believe It Is. 1 ho water romes down
the Hoard thi.i no definite steps should there In floods nt times and covering
be taken toward getting these people ho gutter la expense tho hospital cer
hero until th plantations came for- talnly should not bo called upon to
ward with promises as to tho number foot.
of people thv were prepared to give "I sometimes feel that tho publL,
lands and homes nnd work. Now the tho newspapers, tho Hoard of Health
plantations are all In nnd are waiting nwl the authorities do not appreciate
for the rionrd of Immigration to take tho work that Is being dono nt the
i.omo definite action. hospital. Anyway wo can't put in curbs
Acting Governor Atkinson, chairman without money "
of the Hoard, was this morning asked
when a meeting of the Hoard would uf
held He was not prepared to give any
ijcfinlto answer He stated, however
ns he Ins previously stated, that thera
was much of importance to be done In if John Tntlock thinks that a llfo In
fills Immigration matter beforo tho suranco company should bo a Wall
iioaru iook action.
A- de ouza Canavarro, Portugue.ia
Pnnatil norfi una nlsn s,n Pttnnvnrrn
omo time aco mado a report to his
hftn'A ?m'ftTnmetil in rftirnril tn rnmll.
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.tlons here He would not divulge the
nature of his governments reply, say-
log this was a matter of oniclnl secrecy
man 'go ng XltSMTSi he "
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Mr Canavarro stnted that ho
did not knew what tho floard of Ira-
migration was doing l.i tho premises.
He had not been Informed. He had
seen Ooiernor Atkinson but onro since
1:1s return nnd tho Interview was brief,
One Interested stated this morning
that several local men were under con-
Hldcration for the Azores Vnlsslon.1
rnost Wodehouso Is ono of them. I
The Board of Immigration may meet
early next wtk.
The Klnau arrived this morning with
the following cargo: 1 buggy, 4
horses, 8 crates 8. machine, 10 calvos.
15 ciates chickens, 17 bags potatoes, 0
oorils wood, 2C bags brackets, 30 bags
rleo, 33 empty kegs, 36 hogs, 256 pack
H9IUJ W3I6M0US9 IfUSI 10. i Ltfl.,1
Climb ond OnnA OtKlnti-
OIQCK anil DUnD DIOKBISi
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4,
I 1L .
The Kash Company Ltd.
IS CAUSE OF
"I haven't come to growl, but I am
connected with tho Queen's Hospital,''
said Governor Clcghoin as ho dropped
in at me uuiictin omce mis morning,
"You see we need lots of things nt
tho hospltnl. To tell tho honest truth
c haven't tho money for a curb. We
need a now cook house and I now have
a subscription In my pocket to sccuro
funds tor tho cook house. Wo need
$3000, ami 1 have obtained about half
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c uriiing wnen our mnus aro so low ","- j "n,idT,r ." -.'favor If liar,
that v.o have had to rednro tho mini I nd wou ' cons ik r It a favor if liar
her of grounds caretakers from four to b J n'"1 "ld ct "f 'n'"m","t5
ta Then. too. tho Punchbowl slil' h " , " ,'c" Jf
of tho grounds demands tho attention'" ' between the Union and tho
of mo governemnt. county government
Street feeder, President Dorcmus of
tho Oormanla Llfo does not. Ho tcstl-1
a... ,,.-. ,.... .. mn rrn rtnn i ,
sets belonging to his company, was In-
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vieu in uonu anu mongago.
"While negotlablo securities offer,
srcattT Kans.M was tho way Dorcmus
,mt )t, ..thcro lg aiwavg tll0 danKCr o( i
,088in ,hT .'I X"
you havoabsoluto stability dnd no clo.,
ment of a loss." Tho New York Kvcn
l"g World, December 20, 1905.
f flNVENIFNfF IIFrVf ANTs IT
CnH I iiluEnLL VClUAIlUO 11
Tho Kalmnkl Imnrovnmont nennln
have changed tho Introduction to tho' terestlng. Deputy Attorney General
petition for better strootcar service I Proaser, for tho Territory, and Judges
It now reads: J Hear and Humphreys, for Chun Hoon,
"We, tho undersigned patrons oflTPoarcd before Judge De Holt thlj
tho Walalao, Kalmukl and Palolo Itap-i morning at 9 o'clock, tho tlmo set for
Id Transit car sorvlco respectfully re-
I quest a 20-mlnuto through car service
'on tho Walalao I.lno, believing that
public convenience requires such a
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
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The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per S. 8. Ala.(
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells-
Farao off,lee, Klnq St.
Por Men I
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
cxtrcmest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
The yarn to the effect that fiom 270
miles out at sea the transport Lawton
Mil wireless communication with tho
IT. 8. 8. Supply yesterday afternoon
gets a cold reception by tho facts.
Tho facts are as follows: Tho trans
port Lawton first pot in touch with
the Darber's Point station of tho local
vlrolcss system, 160 miles out, at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Darber's
Volnt sent a report to this effect to
tho U. 8. Naval Station.
At tho same tlmn V. W. Hanson,
wireless operator aboard tho U. 8. 8.
Supply, which went away this morning.
was sitting In tho local wireless oMcc.
Ho was In and about tho office until
1:30 p. in. yesterday, whereas ho
claims he got tho Lawton at a ills
anco of 270 miles at 3 o'clock.
At 11 o'clock last night tho Lawton
railed Darber's Point and asked the
operator It he had anything for her.
Tho Lawton had been trying all tho af
lornnnn tn eot tho Runnlv l.v wlreli-si
Ceiling Falls While He
MORE EXCITEIHEN1 IN
UAL1EAS CORPUS HATTER
HUMPHREYS AND THE ATTORNEY
OENEral EXCHANGE COMPLI.
GENERAL EXCHANGE COMPLI-
MENTS ON SUBJECT OF
Although tho Chun lloon habeas
corpus matter failed to reach a heart
I Ing today tho-piellmlniiilea In the enso
WCro Still BUtllclently lively to bo In-
he ntlng ot tne return,
The return was filed by Prosscr. it
showed that tho High Sheriff had tho
ustody ot Chun Hoon by virtue of u
Judgment by the District Court senten
cing him 'to a year's Imprisonment in
?h wni.?!.!1 y.rf rn? ri.
ho Honolulu Jail for running a cha
It Is shown, in answering the petition
for a writ of habeas corpus, that the
Honolulu Jail is not a part of the Oaliu
Jail. It Is admitted that the two places
ire under tho same management and
havo the same entrance, namely
through the prUon offlco, but It la de-
nlcil that the petitioner, or any other
rerson not a felon. Is confined In the
. . mr?.ninfn , fL' Z ,w , Si
to Imprisonment for more than six
K?p,hAnW,fnUBi-B!lhfi,w -hi R?'
Uielr names placed In a book which is
names placed In a book which is
rommon to tho two Jails, but It Is
shown that tho Jails are separated by
J a high wal, and t.uit the Inmates of the
(Continued on Page 6)
Is assured when valuables are deposit.
ed In a box In our aafe-,deposlt vault,
The cost Is only
Sfi PER YfcAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay1
may be the cause of saving you hun
dreds of dollars and the lots of valu-
able documents, which vh
stroyed cannot ba replaced,
-r.lii rlnoiiMAhti Ufhlrh Aihen nnte He.
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phut man "i1,"?: mrim
I una ciMon fill Roinrr HAS dflOD VOYA'
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( HLHIVUl UIIUUIILII Ull UUIIIg
Trust Co., Ltd
Fori Street, Honnluln
Of Refund Bill
Discussed By Jack
TRADE BALANCE USED AS ENEMY'S WEAPON
"I think you will find that Scrcno K, who were here with Tnft were sbowp
Payno Is what you might call uualter " over tho plarc, taken all over our
ably opposed to the 78 per cent, re- 'lla"!a!lunf ""J1 hd "Impressed upon
, ,. ' , T. them by us how rich wo were. All
funding bill," said the Acting Governor ',1,5,,, factl, lhoy thll, KAthvTet are
this morning. "Payno Is the chaliraan .being used as arguments ngatnst us.
of tho Ways and Means Committee, Then thcro are also a number of people
and he is a pretty big man. Tho argil-1 who are continually shooting off theli
ment is being advanced by thoso who 'mouths with a lot of half-truths whleh
arc opposed to the measure that while arc doing us n groat deal of. harm,
such legislation might bo all right In I -'On the whole, however. I feel cop
the caso o( Cuba and tho Philippines, itnln that all this agitation for the re
because the balnnce of trade Is against .funding bill will do Hawaii a great ileal
them, It Is not necessary for Hawaii,
because the balance of trade Is for us.
They say that wo hnvo money enough
to pay for our own Improvements and
that we can get our, appropriations In
tho regular way.
"I am Intending to answer Mr.
Pnyno that that argument would be alt
right If we got our appropriations In
the regulur way, but wo have not been
One grent trouble Is that Pam and
a number of other of the Congressmen
Tests are lining made today by Prof
Sliorey ot the Experiment Station, of
the oil cargoes of the steamer Argyll
and the barkcntlne, Kullcrtan, wlilch
failed to give the required test of n
llasli of too when examined liy tno local
rW.mnr iWDIT AIM
Territorial officials yesterday, and It h lir,c,8Cl 'J010 nr": Commander
different results .are obtained by him, (Jharlos t. Pond, serving ns captain;
a third chemist will bo asked to come Lieutenant Commnnder John C. U'on
In nnd find where the difference Is. If aril, executive, officer. Lieutenant Dud.
Iho oil Is not up to Iho required test, ley . Knox; Navigator and Ordinance
according to Prof. Shoroy's cxnmlnn- Officer, Knslgn William W. Galbrnlth;
Hon, It will be determined If by mixing Surgeon Henry II. Hits, and Paymas
It with a higher grade oil. now in other tr Jlin 'rw " Jr
tanks, It can be made to puss all re-' Officers who aro passengers on tho
qulrcments of law, nnd be placed on Lawton on their way to San Francisco
thu market Bro: Captain 8. W, Ackloy, Surgeon
Tho oil from the Kullcrton has been w II. Ilucher. Knslgn II. C. Davis,
discharged, nnd ut uu early hour thu Lntdgn A. T. Urlsbln, and Cnlcf Car
morning the Argyll began to dlscharg I penter C. Iiaoth.
Its lond in iho same tank. Them Is Other passengers nro Charles Du-
no law against landing tho oil. so long
us no attempt Is mado to sell It, and
thus if It Is found nosalble to mlv the
two oils and meet the requirements of
the law, it Is believed that tho trouble
will bo ended.
In sneaklnir of the trouble that has
come nbout over tho low trade oil on
' 'he 'w0 vessels, A. W. Van Valkcii -
. . 'd . . bll,n
for the Union Oil Company, stnted this Commander Pond of the Lawton
morning that oil of this kind would onco was In charge of tho Iroquois, and
never be brought here again, unless 'is well known In Honolulu. Ho stated
through n desire of consumers the law! today that tho seas from Cavlto to
Is changed to admit of a lower grade. Guam wero rather rough, but between
Ho said that no effort Is being thH latter placo and Honolulu tho voy.
mndo on the part of his company tniagu was excellent nnd tho seas line,
combat the decision of tho local nm- The cable to be laid from Yokohama
clnls. but as It sometime hnnnons that to Quam, according to Commander
tests of the same oil varies it was do-
elded to hnvo their own lest mado nlso.
Tho o11' '" M- V '' rcQUlro.1
, , ,, t Harford beforo being lo.nl-
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'Hie uimcuity ucing experienced in
local interest, ns It brings Into uso a
law thnt has not long been In exist
ence It may have an Influence, It Is
believed, In getting a c linn go In Hie
local laws regarding the required tests
of oils to be sold on these islands.
Admiral Heckley. purser of tho In-1, 'i? roomsTjap1 Mo-in'
ter-lsland S. N. Co.'s S. 8. Klnau, hm, ,hnaZc, "?." r.?rZ f Ja"' K Mrg:lD,
large visions of riding through n,' Kaanumanu street
streets of Hllo and Honolulu in the
l liuill-illl (plenum iifiu iitn, uiiiuiuu -
J bile. An Incident occurred during the
Hulletln's iilendld prlzo Keo nutomo
- l color to tho Admiral's hopes, for Dr.
trip oi me ivinau irom into
II l'nloftV trtilHut rt
' Vr.TnlRfri hnirlnt nt tlin ttfnrt nt
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. Hcckley's friends to vote him t.'.o flna
machine, raught the spirit of tne Idea
and took up u collection aboard the
boat. Contributions ran from flvo
cents to a dollar and tho total reached
sixteen plunks, hy which tno Auiiiir -
nl1. vtblnj ...III l.n InirnnBml tlitmif.il
Ml B IUHB ,ll. '.' Hl.,ll,B.. t.w.t0..
subscriptions to tho Uulletln.
nt good. I'ven If wo do not succeed In
bating tho bill passed. It Is practically
certain that many of the members of
Congress will get their eyes opened to
tlic fact mat Hawaii ically lias a grlcv
once, and that she Is as a matter of
fart paying out more thnn she Is get
ting tn leturn. Tho result will lie
that even If tho bill Is killed and we
have to get our appropriations In thr
tegular way we will have a murii
greater chance of getting them In the
luture than wo have had In the past '
After a successful trip from Manila,
Hie Naval transport Lawton arrived Imaulick uvenuo nnd extends back to in.-
tho harbor this morning nnd was tied
up to the' Naval wharf about 11 o'clock.
Details of tho cable construction plan
ned in tho Orient was learned from
tho officers, together with tho fact
that the' battleship Oregon Is soon to
I return to tbu United Stales bv way of
In addition to flrst-rnhin passengers
nn th, .,'"on' , ,B1 "en wh 'iav
j-""i :" "- . u. unicu m mu
Jyy nd are being sent back to tho
. i"uii i iu
Wa. machinist, and It. II. Cnnioron,"
clerk from Cavlto. Tho only passen
KCr for Honolulu Is W. II. Prldeux
master of the naval auxiliary Nansban,
!"w ni uuam. ne comes 10 uonoiui
,0 Ct ,lH naturalization papers.
I It was stated that tho Oregon is go
Ing to Hongkong to dock, nnd from
. thore she will go to San Francisco by
Uuy 0f Honolulu.
Pond, will bo laid in March, and nt
about tho same tlmo tho cnblo to
1 Slmnghol will bo laid. This will
plntc tho cable systom as tilunnc
",0 aovernment In the Orient.
ri,i i,ot..n iiminiiiiii nnd Gin
is Will COIU'
ri.i i,,.!.,.!, ii.mnliilii nnd Guam la
,i0 bo mado duplex, which will admit
"i nenuing rasei iwu uiin-umn m
Mortzace bv II. A. Vnvrlcka to Por
tuguese Henlflccnt Society, land at Kn
llhl, bough by tho Society for (225.
Mortgnge by John Paloa to W. II.
CaBtle, trustee, land In Humnkua, with
drawn, purtles having settled. I
Mortgago by OV II. Hahisay ntid
Olins. Ludwlgsen. land nt Kapahulu,
I Walklkl, sold to W. W. Chamberlain
for 225. !
I -jH-J'KrrJ'K! I
, Largest Stock In the City
from which to make selections.
J. Hopp & Co.
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"Old Reliable Furniture House." ij!
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb, 17, The marriage of Alice Roosevelt to Con
gressman Nicholas Longworth took place today, the ceremony being perform
ed In the East Room of the White House by Episcopal Dlshop Satterlee.
Thousands of guests were In attendance, the assembly being ene of the
most brilliant seen In Washington In years. The floral decorations were elab
President Roosevelt gave his daughter away.
After the wedding service an Informal reception was held, when the
guests viewed the presents, which Included tokens from all nations.
PREPARE FOR WAR.
CARACAS, Venezuela, Feb. 17. The Venezuelan Government is prepar
ing for war.
ST. THOMAS, Feb. 17. Earthquakes at Dominica, St. Lucia, and Guade
loupe have done great damage.
QUITO, Ecuador, Feb. 17. Serious earthquakes have been suffered here.
CASTRIES, St. Vincent, Feb. 17. Cables with the Darbadoes have been
cut by subterranean earthquakes.
MINISTER SAYS THERE'S NO DANGER.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 17. The Chinese Minister states that there
is no danger of China going to war.
COMMAND RUSSIAN ARMY.
ST. PETERSDURG, Rustla, Feb. 17. General Grodkoff will succeed
Gen. Linevitch in command of the Russian army.
KMHII-WAENA SCHOOL'S TOURISTS ffilliSIIf
MAGNIFICENT mm 01 IP f IMS
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ilabbltt yesterday made a trip to Ka-
llhl to gu over tho newly acquired site
for the Knllhlvtacnn school Tho lot Is
ocr four ncrcs In nrea It fronts on
stream. It Is one of the tlnest n hu!
sites In tho city and with lis )2'.,n.
appropriation for the school house. Ka.
llhl promises to hnvo tho banner setiool
of the town. Mr. Habbttt will tal:o
great caro In placing the building, his
purr-osu being to secure suggestloiM
from Alexander Young, In charge of
Kaplolanl Park, and Donald Mclntyre. .
of tho Moannlua gardens, as well as
the Park Commissioners. It Is Intended
t tint tho architecture of the building
inni mo arcniiecwiro o. '
of the laying out of tho grounds wil bo
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.15 p. m. "Arizona" at the Orphe-
n a,i ,, . n.. i .. . ., ...A
.,2:l0,I.',,,7"aWal ' ,hc
yaseoan i org.
2:30 p. m Association (Soekor)
(ootball at Ilasehalt Park: Dlamji.d
Heads vs. Mollis.
3:30 p. m. Iolanls vs. V M. C. A.,
Association football at Uaseball Park
8 p. m.-MJoapel Mission Hall serv
ices, 17 Wavcrloy block, Hotel St.
8 p. ra. Salvation Army seiSiccs on
street and In hall.
8:15 p. m. Orpheum theater; "Ari
zona' 'and tho Iladlum Dance.
A second-hand Kingsbury piano In
excellent condition Is offered for sale,
Address II., Uulletln.
In addition to 100 tons of geficral
freight brought on the Ncvndan from
San Francisco to Honolulu, there were
on board an unusually largo number ot
live stock, which will bo taken to Ha-.
wall. She arrived last night and
brought two days' mall from the coast.
The trip from San FrancUco was rough'
nearly tno entire uisinnco. sne is to ,
take on K.00 tons ot sugar here and,
will complete her cargo at Maul ports.
RTia m.iv Ipiiva fnr Knliiilul tomorrow'
Q Yt if Infruiittrv hai nnimnri tftW of.
flees In tho Hoston building, rooms Kingsbury piano In good condition. Ad
snil 501. '02 Tolonhnno Main 192. dress It Bulletin. 3310-lw
Is undoubtedly considered the greatest annoyance any one can have in
a warm climate.
A pair of our coarse mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you a great deal of comfort. ALL THE TOURIST8 8AY THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the States are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu to find out the Foot Comfort In them.
Our line Is strict, the rrtoit carefully selected In town and the Prices
make you buy. Get a pair from us and then go sight-seeing.
The Volcano evidently appreciates
ih nttentlon of tho tourists, for Us
fires aro Increasing, and thuso who re.
turned from Hawaii in tbu Kinau to-
da are loudly singing tho praises of
IV'es glowing activity.
The tires havo been maintaining
' hcti splendors Tor somo time and
there Is every Indication of a spectacle
ven grnnuer man mat wtucn is now
xcltlng tho enthusiasm of the crowds
MONTANA PLACE SOLD
The Montnno homesteads In Mnnoa
Valley were this noon sold at auction
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s,n! nJ rommlssloner. Tho s
wero made In pursuance of a decree, of
foreclosure mndo by Judgo Lindsay lu
tho caso of W. O. Smith, guardian of
l'V'-la Uay, vs. Mary Jano Montnno et
The first lot, a pleeo of land. 38.1H0
square feet in area, witn uuituings,
w iiougiii uy i . . uuauiui-riuiii,
trustee, for 13.100. Tho second, which
comprised 46.827 square feet, was se-
cured by Mrs. Mary K. Fustvr for !
( Another foreclosure salo was alwj
made by Sims, whereby .919 acres at
Kaltialoa, I'alama. was sold
Yt Shce for $1,650.
In case both or either transport ar-
riv,. ihn mnnaccmeni of the Moana
hotel. Walklkl, will give a dance this
evening In honor of tho officers and
ladles of the U. 8. A. transport Uuford.
also In honor of tho officers and ladles
0f tho U. S. A. transport Meade. There
will be-special native Hawaiian music
nmi a special dinner server,
kaOIII At Paukaa, Hllo, Hawaii, on
Feb. 11. 1906. nt 10:30 a ni , the In
fant son ot Mr and Mrs. Henry P.
Knohl, of this city
Shoe Co., Ltd.
I.uttcd's Taro Flour for sale by Hen
en I ('.
YOUNG D U I L D I N G , '
'PHONE MAIN 282
1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
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I ry May & Co. and C. J. Day & Co,