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Vol XVIII No 3JU0
HONOLULU, TKRKITOKT OP HAWAII. WKDNK8DAY JPKRUUAKY 23 UMM
Pbiob 5 Gents
Men Rise To Champion Cause Of Schools
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TRENT TALKS ON DOUTHITT'S OPINION
County Treasurer Richard II. Trent, It ta, for If his view of tho law In tho
Interviewed by a Bulletin reporter this cans bo tho correct one. It not only
forenoon, on tho proposition of tho means that tho County Is helpless to
County rendering financial asslstanco render much needed aid to tho public
to M-n- public schools of the Territory schools, but a consistent following of
nnd the County Attorney's opinion to tho niHIco ho has given vlll prob-
tho effect that tho County was power- ably force tho County fathers to dis-
lest to help, had tho following to say: contlnuo appropriations for tho main-
"I bae read with much Interest tainanco of Kaplolanl Fark.
County Attorney Douthltt's opinion, as "Last year something llko $1500 of
published In this morning's Advcrtls-
or, on the subject or county appropna-
i- '.!.... i ,i- .iniAmn .t,A
in bit opfnlon ih. Country ha. no
right to appropriate any or us tunas
fn, thn mnlnf nnnnrtn nf thn nhnnlft fin
they now exist.
"While J have no disposition to appointed by tho Governor, as to tho
quortlon the soundness of tho County public schools, which arc also Tcrrl
Attorney's reasoning, yet I nm very lor(al Institutions run by conimls
forn Indeed that ho finds tho law as (Continued on Page 8.)
TO 1EST Di
The Walalua Agricultural Company,
i.ia .uutoiMn . .,-. ...w...w
In the offices of Castle & Cooke, the i
stockholders opprovlrig the new bond
issue anu listening to- mo annual ra
' W. L. Howard wanted to know the
significance, lu the treasurer's report
of "bills receivable discounted, 185,-
(Continued on Pag 4.)
The annual meeting of Hdnokaa Su-lile
car Co. was held this morning at the
offices of Schaefer & Co. The follow
ing officers were elected: K. A. Scliae
ter, president; W. II. nalrd, vice-president;
11 1'olltz, 2nd vlco.presldent; J.
W. Waldron. ecretnry; II. Schwurty,
assistant tecretnry; V l.nng, treas
vrer; K A. Mclnerny, auditor Direc
tors, 11 Focke. W. I Hopper. O. Ro
dlek. J. W Waldron, F A. Schaefer,
K. II. Dalrd, V I-ang.
Local army and navy officials are
considering tho advisability of Improv
ing Kakuako P.olnt. which has long
been used as dumping ground. Grass
that was used to reclaim the Golden
.Gate Park In San Francisco may
ico may mi-If I
jorted for that purpose.
Dr. Derby baa returned from Maul
and can be found at his office, usual
The next conalftisaent of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected 'pineapples will go
forward to the Coast', per Korea,
March 2. Leave orders at Wells Fargo
office, King St.
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The Kash Company Ltd,Tnco..-
County funds' was appropriated for
this park, and already tnis year moro
M.i.t .t,A , i nnn a..O( course should tho wind change ana
road tho law, tho County occupies ex-
netly tho iimo relation to KBpioiani
Pnrlr tvlilrh fa n Torrttnrlnl InaHIM.
lion, run by a board of commissioners
DE C05TAFINED $58
Antonio do Costa was found guilty
In tho police court today of havlnn
wrongfully branded a calf belonging
to Mrs. Emma Nakutna, and was fined!
I ISO nnd routs or court. It Is understood
ho will appeal the case. In several tn-
oiuui.es nuciG luivr hub uvcu iivuimi
betweoo.the local Portuguese. do Costa
,ag ngurod, and thunome of his couu-
trymen ore against him In tho present
trouble, while others arc favorable, to
John Gorvcla was discharged this
morning by the police court from the
hnrcp nf mlnr threntpntnc: tAneuflCD.
was arrested on comnlalnt of a
Chinaman. Tho evidence showed that
Gouvela bought a horse from ths
Chinaman, and not being pleased with
It. wnnteit tn tradn back, allowlne ths
seller something for returning hUro now being built IS first-class bat-
i.i ii I 1 nil - ....
monev and taklnc the nnlmal. There
w.ii no evlrlonen thnt hn used serious,
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UVull lUIUHUlv It;
1 Largest 8tock In the Olty K
.j from which to make selection
V "Old Reliable Furniture House."
. YOUNO BUILDING.
Hint) WattHboasa Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Offices. Cor. Fort and Msichant 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 harmopy with good taste, for ths
extremist dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co,,
At tho meeting of the Board of
Health this afternoon ..resident Mnk-
It s necessary to establish legal
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fuse In various locations.
The Supervlsr,-, 0f tho counties of
Maul and Hanall have Indicated the
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l agree with them, that economy pre-
eludes the opening up of the ' rta.
crematory In Hoaolu u I havo special.
Jy examined from time to time the
dumping grounds at Iwilcl and on the
Alo Moana road. They are so we
Upt and tended to there can be no
objection to their continuance. On tlio
Ala .Moana rond the oCatlon has been
fbanged to the mnknl side so tho pre-
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reasonable objection to the
Owlne to tho fact no nubllc'dumnlng
grounds had been designated the "Keg1
illations for Mosquito I'rcvcntton and .
Abatement" havo been held In nbey-l
ance. I, today present the regulations
that were acccptablo to the aovcrnor
of the Territory nnd suggest they pass.
t fJlHn a aiatliillxa nlvsn In Ida
new Register of the U. 8. Navy, official
copies of which hao Just been receh-
cd In Honolulu, the number and size
of the flwt class battleships and other
unnhlm nnw utiili- ronKtriirttnn nrp
.warships now under construction ore
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nmnno u,n u-hn nm luntinuii m im
fnmiiinr wiiii nival nirnira Thrrn nm
now in use In the Navy 12 first class
batUeshlps. but tho number under con.
.,r.,n,inn r-- , ,..!. thi fnr ihnm
iin, .nmnnrn .-lit. (h na. I.l.
tlethlns now under construction, the
m.m . i.nili.i,in n,.,r.i. i. nm n !.'
boat, for they aro all larger than her
usuwisn uuui-imu wn"" "..
nr , uuav, jur inc uiu mi nutter muu m-i
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of 10.288 tons, debt of tho new ves-'
tela will havo a dlsplacei
ui. ...in h...... .n.in.rnnni nr tf.iuut
The following new warships aro
either being constructed or approprla-."'r '"'w u. puuuc .cnuui junuora,
lions have been made for them, tbo'hus relieving the present "uatlon.
first' slglit having a displacement of I Th,s maintenance fund waa 125.000.
wimnnn n. iMtA..AH .. h.ta.aM
16.000 tons. Indicated horses power
16,000, and will carry 21 guns: Con-
nectlcut Kansas, Ioulslana. Mlnne -
sola, Vermont, Michigan, South Caro
lina, and New Hampshire. The follow-
lng 'are to have a displacement of 14.-
918 tons Indicated horse power 19 000
and will carry 4 guns- Georgia N -
braska. New Jersey. Rhode Island', and
Virginia Those to have a displace -
ment of 13,000 tons 10 000 horse power
and to carry 20 guns are: Idaho and
Mississippi Vessels to carry 20 guns
havn a displacement of 14,000 tons, and
23,000 horso power are: Tennessee, and
Washington. The California will have
a. displacement of 13,CaO tons. 23.000
horse power and will carry 18 guns.
Thn North Carolina and Montana will
lia-,0 a displacement each of 11,500
tons, 23,000 burse power und will each
carry 20 guns. The South Dakota wilt
have a displacement of 13,680 tons, 23,
000 horse power and V-.JII carry 18
Is better than cure? tvtry time, Dy
renting a box In our safety-deposit
vault, you prevent loss of your valu
ables by firs or thieves, The cost Is
only t6 per year and up, fetter look
Into the mailer today,
WHO ui THE 10
The Bulletin finds It necessary
4- to establish a new rulo In con-
ncctlon with tho automobllo con-
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f,my" Mnnot b, accepted as a
ww aubserlber, nor will an add..
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tional paper sent to a person al-
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Tho nuUctln hasi been very
caraiul thaVthero shall bo absi I
, t f , , dealing w th tho
ccntvMtll ,t mUrt.8atll0 Hce
,hn, ,h contc,,ant. Bro cquay
,tralKhtforwftr(, ,n tnclr relations
wth,,th0 papcr The matlcr ,
b h ",. , th altcnllon of
,h )(J ,ntcrc,tcd ,
or(,cr h ' p fao nj
undor,Un(nB a. t'0 what con.
gtu t ne iubscrlbcr.
"What's new In the Wn'uguese Im
migration business.?" Inquired a Bulle
tin man of Acting Governor Atkinson
at 10 o'clock this morning.
I hate something of more tmme
dato Importance to consider," replied
Mr Atkinson. ... ,
Y" refer to tho question of tho
eS, I uO.
What arc you going to do nbout
going to settle It."
I i.w','lln ,lwo hour"-,
"What do you think of tho action
ot tno Supervisors last night in in-
flit) In IT r Vinln tha ciyitmnla flnnnnlnllu
fusing to help the schools financially
-and or Attorney uoutnitt s onin -
Uouthltt s opln-
"Never mind that I've found a way
, ... . . ...
" seme mis, in io nours, now. lie-
. r. Atkinson probably had In mind
inc nuuiic worxa riinu ror tno "main
itennnco of Government buildings" and
iwhaps contemplated drawing on tjial
lucre nre auuui siu.vuu rcmaiDiuK: ii
Thrd are about 116,000 remaining: It
" tated at he ,ubllc Works office
,h ernoon that this could not bol
touched for the salaries of Janitors.
Later It waa stated that the question
was under consideration In the Audi-
'"r'" oflce- Atkinson has been on the
llumP slnce bis remarks above quoted.
,n nl enthusiasm he may have nar-
1 rwel ,h time limit for the settlement
,of tno difficulty, but ho Is nt work, en-
deavorlng to materialise an Idea.
I Mr- Atkinson waa seen at 2 o'clock
lllls afternoon. He stated that there
(Continued on Page S)
OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
LIFE. All approved forms of in
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,
MANAGERS, TERR. OF HAWAII
BY U. 8.
The United States has filed a repli
cation to the answers of the defend
unts In tho beef trust case in the fol
"The repliant, saving and reserving
unto Itself all and all manner advan
tage of exception to the manifold In
sufficiencies of said answer, for repli
cation thereunto salth that It will aver
MlJU iucicuuiu aim lUUI, ll. Will V1
land prove Its bill to be true, certain
and sumclent In the law to be answer
ed unto, and that the said answer of
the said defendant Is uncertain, untrue
and Insufflclcnt to be replied unto by
this repliant; without this, that any
other matter or thing whatsoever In
the said answer contained, material or
effectual to be replied unto, confessed
and avoided, traversed or denied, Is
true; all which matters and things tbl
repliant Is, and will be, ready to aver
and provo as Ills Honorablo Courl
shall direct, and humbly prays as In
and by Its said bill It bath nlread)
Tho demurrers are to be Heard next
8HOW8 NET RECEIPTS OF
The annual meeting of Klhel Plan
tation Co. was held In the offices of
Alexander & Baldwin this morning.
Reports showed that the total cost
of the 1903 crop was 1122,466.15. Qross
receipts from 4,449.551 tons ot sugar
wore J327.817.4j. Net receipts from
the 1905 crop were 1290.461.23,
Manager Scott has tho following to
tniwt for 1905:
Tho harvesting of the 190F crop be
gait January 16lh. and finished Juuj
21th. UIdliiK 4.4DO tons commercial
sugar, being 0 tons moro than wo
culnalcd A fraction leg's than 7 tons
of lane wat required to mako one ton
Koi the 1906 crop, we will cut 3D0
hcres of plant cane, 314 acres of first
laioons, and 33S ncrcs second ratoons,
..l,li.. n tblnl nA . n hfliuAuliiit tit
making a tlal area to bo harvested of
I A '"So Par' of th lato planted conn
of this crop was attacked by learnop
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per, and was leit d-tno loainoppcr in
in Litiunt ii.im rnniiu nn inr nr inr in.
Jurlous Insects. This cano never real
ly rallied, and for this reason, we navo
bo'n (ompeltcd to reduce our estlmal
ed output of sugar from this crop to
Very little of the cane for this crop
'has tasselcd. and at tlmo of writing,
ine maiornv oi our neius kiui biiuw a
the majority of our i
for tho 1907 crop
crop we have planted
376 acres and aro carrying 370 acres
'of ratoons. making a total of 745 acres
for the crop.
The planting was , not finished until
.December 23rd, and while It was late
in the year before we could take tho
ratoons Into proper cultivation, tho
present nppcaranccs of tho cane In
general la promising.
Tho planting of this crop was much
retarded for lack of water. During tho
(Continued on Page 4.1
CHINA TO PUNISH
PEKIN, Feb. 28. The Government has Instructed the Governor of Nan.
ching to punish severely the participants In the recent massacre of mis.
slonsrles. The Government declares Its willingness to make reparation.
U. S. RECIPROCATES GERMAN FAVORS.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28, The President haa Issued a proclamation Im
posing tha rates of Import duties provldedtln Section 3 of the Dlngley Ac,
upon the Imports from Germany. This In Is return for Germany's concession
of minimum tariff rates on United States products.
(Section 3 of the Dlngley Is the recl-proclty provision for equalizing trade
with foreign rountrlcs.)
AMEND THE TREATY.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
has agreed to favorably report an amendment to the San Domingo treaty.
ADMIRAL CHADWICK RETIRED. .
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 Rear Admiral Chester Chadwick was retired
CHINESE COMMISSIONERS HEADED HOME.
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash, Feb. 28 The Chinese commissioners ar
rived here today and were appropriately
RACE WAR IS
SPRINGFIELD, O., Feb. 28. Quiet
turbance following race troubles.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27. Suger: 26 degree centrlfugata 3.3'centf ,
or 967.80 per ton. Previous quotation,
Beets 88 analysis, as. 3a. pantv 3
In Court On
The first chapter In tho fight
sgalnst tho Japaneso emigration
cents, In tho case o' Salto, who Is al
'cged to bo a sub agent who Is hust
ling emigrants for the steamer Olym
iila, terminated this morning In a vic
tory for the Japanese, tho demurrer
wh ch Judeo Hear, as salto s counsel,
brought against the complaint being
tustalned by Judgo Do Dolt, nils is
pnly a preliminary skirmish, the real(
HKlll ..I. iiiu luuiivr, la wiui-ii rfuubo
dear will attack the statute on a
question of constitutionality will coma
up later, as tho prosecution Intends to
contlnuo Its pursuit of Salto with a
new complaint. Frank E. Thompson,
who appears ror County Attorney uou
thltt, and who presumably Is acting
primarily for the Planters' Associa
tion, made out a new complaint tho
moment tho demurrer to the original
i)no had been auatalncd.
Judgu Guar demurred verbally on
die grounds that no offense under the
Territorial laws was stated In tho
complaint, that It was not shown what
kind of a license the defendant had
(ailed to obtain, and that no facts were
dated showing that the defendant
was engaged In inducing or hiring
emigrants to be employed without tho
confines of the 'territory.
Judge Do Holt said that the naturo
of tho license could bo Implied. Gear
answered that tho Court could not
make any Implication with a penal
statute. Furthermore tho if.atuto did
not clearly dctlno tho license, under
(Continued on Page 8)
Is undoubtedly considered the oreatest annoyance any one can have In
a warm climate.
A pair of our coarae, mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you a great deal of conifort. ALL THE TOURIST8 SAV THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the States are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu Vo find out the Foot L'imfort In them.
Our line is strictly the most carefully selected In town and the Prices
make you buy. Oet a pair from us and then go sight-seeing.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT OTHCET HONOLULU
has been restored after serious dis
. l tents, previous quotation as. i 'o.
WlJIlo Ellis, who for a number of
fears has been holding the position
of bailiff In the Circuit Court, having
hern originally appointed by Judge
(loir, and slnco then reappointed by
judge Lindsay, this morning retired
to private life by tendering his res
ignation. Thero were minora to the
rtlec'. that friction between Dills and
st her court officials led Ellis to hand
In his resignation. Judge Lindsay,
however, stated that Ellis In resign
ing had told him that be thought it
ould ba moro profitable to htm to
levote hla time exclusively to hie
musical business. He had lately lost
several remunerative engagements be
lausb ho wad tied up by his court Job.
Judge Lindsay accepted Ellis res
ignation and appointed In hla place
John Marcalllno. who will reslgn'from
his present position as assistant clerk
-)( tho Judiciary Department.
Contractors A. I. MacDonald and
Kendall have been awarded tho con
tract for erecting tho 114,000 Masonic
building to be built for Maul lo'dge at
Kahulul. The building will be of wood
with stores below and the hall for
Masonic work In the second story.
Masonic bodies on Maul ure Increasing
rapidly and II. I. Ualdwln baa nlded
materially In making the new temple
"For Sate" carde at Bulletin.