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Vol. XIII No 3322
THIS PAPER IS THIS CITY'S HOME PAPER
16 PAGES riONOLULTJ, TKKKITOllY OP HAWAII. SATURDAY MAKOB It UJuli-IO PAGES
Pbioh 6 Ousts
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TO ATKINSON A
SCHOOL SITUATION BY FACTS AND FIGURES
"1 have only made to statement
ubout the school situation," said Sup
erintendent Unbbltt this morning.
"One of thera Is tho atatcment to the
Board of Kducatlon, the other la n let
ter I wrote to tho Acting Governor, In
which 1 glc him the facta and flguici
of the case, llojond these statements
I have nothing to say at prcscnL"
Atkinson nn request save out the
letter referred to by llaubltt. ll Is nr
Honolulu, March 2nd, 190(1.
IIt nxcvllency A. I,. C. Atkinson, Act
ing Governor, Territory of Hnwall,
Sir: In reply to your request for a
Htntcmcnt of tho proposed uso of the
iincxponded pro rata for salaries
amounting to over $1,000. and the estl
mntfd pay roll expenso for tho balance
of tbo peilod and the balanco In tho
mimmer vacation, 100S, bog to submit
l'ay Roll for July, 1905 wns.$ 20,772.85
J'ny noli Tor Aug., laos was.
Pay Roll for Sept.. 1905 was
l'ay Roll for Oct., 1905 was.
Pay Roll for Nov., 1905 was.
l'ay Roll for Dec. 1905, was
l'ay Roll for Jan., 190G, yas
The monthly pro rata ns estimated
Ih J!2,91t!.C". or for tho seven months
nbovi mentioned $IB0,416.9, leaving n
balar.cn of $4,907.21.
The pay rolls from January on will
In all probability equal or oxceed the
pro rata. If In excess, will drnw from
tho J4.9(,7.24 and If not In excess will
ndd slightly to this amount.
Tho estimated expense for the sum
mer vacation months of July nnd Au
gust, 190ii. with our present salary roll
Is f2,208.60 for each month, or 44.
417.20 for the two months, while the
)ro rata fur thesp two months will be
$15,833.34 leaving a balance of $1,110.
14. This l on tho assumption that the
pay rolls remain as they are at pres
ent. As a uiiutet of fact tho pay rolls
will Increase nnd this balance will be
ery rontld ralily smaller. Therefore
It can onl read n an approximate es
timate. Till balance. $1 410.14, plus
tinUnce saxed. namely, $4,907.24. will
give a balance of $6,323,38 lo obtain
new teachers needed within tho year.
At the present time wo need one new
teacher at Kwa, one nt Walalua, ono at
Ilnmakuapoko. one at Normal School,
ono at Nopoopoo and wo shall shortly
necl nnother one at I'ahala, according
to all indications. Either beforo tho
liegir.nlng of another school year or at
tho beginning buildings authorized will
have been erected and somo of them
tor the present school year and others
for the term opening September next
will require teachers as follows:
Kallhtwaena requires 4 new teachers.
Kallua requires 2 now teachers.
Kaiinamano requires, 1 new teacher,
Hnhalr.u requires 1 new teacher,
Konawaena requires 1 now teacher.
Paauhau requites 1 now teacher.
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I I am not at present sufficiently ac
quainted with conditions on Kauai to
ktato Just what now teachers will bo
required there. Appropriations were
passed by tho last Legislature for new
buildings on Kauai amounting to $16.
740. and unquestionably more teachers
jwlll bo demanded there. The Molokan
'settlers arc also going to call for
teachers. Kaanapall on Maul Is now
asking for a new school housu and
teachers and makes a Ilboral offer to
tho Department for erecting a building
Hxcluslvo of Kaanapall and exclu
sive of needs on Kauai, there will bo
needed by September of next year. If
rjot before, not less than 18 now
teachers and several of theso will be
greatly needed before next September.)
Assuming, nowovcr, inni um cigmecn
he needed nnd theso only from Septem
ber until tho end of tho next school
(Continued on Page 4.)
I TODAY'S EYENTS
2 p. m. Opening of skating rime
2:15 p, m. Mntlnco nt the Orphcum
'The Lighthouse by tho Sea."
2:30 p. m, Hawaiian band plays at
2:30 p. m. Association (SockcrJ
football at ll.iscball Park: Mallcs vx
Y. M. C. A.
I 3:20 p. m. Diamond Heads vs. l'u
unhous. Association football, at Basi
7 p. m. St. Louis College band, on
St. Louis Collego campus,
i 8 p. m. Iloxlng exhibition at Opera
House: Ilulhul vs. Sullivan; Jack Mc
Faddcn vs. Young Nelson, and foil1
8 p. m. Gospel Mission, Fflrt street
opposite Club Stables.
8 p. m. Salvation Army, King nnd
S p. in. rormnl opening of new rol
ler skating rink. Queen street. Urate
8:15 p, m "The Llghthouto Ily th
Sea," nt tho Orphcum theater
BEEF TRUST C.4SE
The hearing of tho demurrers of the
defendants in the Ilccf Trust ense,
which was set beforo .ludgo Dolo this
morning, did not eomo off, A number
of attorneys wero present, but on mo
tion by M, T, Harrison, who stated
thnt neither V. R. Castlo or D. L.
Wlthlngton wero able to bo present,
tho matter was continued until March
19, Assistant District Attorney Dunno
W. F. Drake, deputy revenue collect
or, came In from Hawaii today on the
The next consignment of the Trople
Trult Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per Korea,
March 2. Leave orders at Wells Fargo
office, King St.
aro tailored frorn the choicest fabric
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
clotns are used which wilt 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
extremes! dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
' f ' y
A HsL of merchants nnd business
houses to bo seen for contracts tor
freight from San Francisco for the
proposed new steamship between San
Francisco and this port has been made
up and members of the special com
mlttco appointed by the Merchants'
Association have each been assigned
certain ones to Interview.
Pending results of this cam am, the
committee has no Information to gho
It wns learned today. however, that
first class passenger farts on the new
boat, as now proposed, will he much
below those prevailing on steamer
pl)lng between Snn Francisco nnd Ho.
Single trips, first class, will cos!
sixty dollars, as compared with tho
present rate of $75 on most of tho
boats. Round trips will cost $100, as
compared with $135 now charged.
Special accommodations, of course, will
Automobiles are going to figure
largely In tho politlcnl campaign this
fall, Honolulu has sovornl times moro
autor this year than sho boasted when
the last campaign wns on and It Is fig
tired thnt by tho end of tho summer
tnetc win tie ninny moro,
Results of elections elsnwhcro have
gono to show that tho automobile Is
quite n factor In gathering votes. In
the icccnt London elections It was cal
culated that each auto was worth at
least ten votes. This conclusion wns
reached by a comparison of votes re
celved by those whose frjends nnd
workers hustled around In nutos and
those who cither Ignored or could not
afford tho machine.
At tho primaries here, then, anil la
ter at the elections, Honolulu will un
derstand the meaning of tho strenuous
passage of automobiles through thu
city and surrounding country,
Ken Achl contemplates using nn
Private letters received hero from V,
O. Smith chairman of tho Washington
roNenue lefund delegation from Hn
wnll, icport that Delegato to Congress
Kalanlnnaola is doing splendid work
(or Hawaii at Washington nnd that he
and tho business delcgntcs nro work
ing In harmony.
l.ooklng happy, hut Just a little sun
burned, the Oicgon girls leturned !
day from their tilp to the olmiio
They were met at tho tlmk l.y a nun
her of thrlr friends und weic enorted
from there tollmlr hotel They ult . -tli
reil that they had hnd Jubt n de
lightful time '
Is better than cure, every time. Dy
renting a box In our safety-deposit
vault, you prevent lass of yqur valu
ables by fire or thieves. The cost Is
only $5 per year and up. Detter look
Into the matter today,
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Uonnlulu
Prosser Wants H
Release Of Prisoners
GEAR HAS ANOTHER
Another habeas corpus matter of
practically the same nature us that nt
Chun lloon, who was released a cou
ple or days ago uy juugo Ue lion, una
brought before the same court thU
morning by Judge, Gear Tho defend
ant Is a Japanese, who was sentenced
la thirty days Imprisonment for main
taining a lottery, by District MngU
trnte Whitney. I
The petition sets forth thnt Hlgashl
Is unlawfully detained by tho High
Slirrin, ns the only pretext tor ins ue- judge Hear ror tho petitioner,
totitlon Is n mittimus nnd sentence by; Prosser first asked to have until
District Mnglitroto Whitney, which, I .Monday In which lo make n return. To
It Is held, are null nnd void, ns the pn- this there was no objection,
tltloner Is requited by them to bn lni- The question of ball wns next op
prisoned, while the Court could only, post-d by Prosser, who said the do
under the law. sintenrn him to the pay- fondant should not he admitted to ball,
ment of a fine, or to bo Imprisoned at bcrnuso tho Chun lloon matter, which
hard labor, nnd that no Judgment of was exactly similar, wns now pending
Imprisonment Is nuthorlzcd by the on appeal before the Supremo Court,
statute. I Weighty questions hnd been raised In
It Is nlso shown thnt tho Imprison- these eases, and whllo tho decision
mrni is unlawful beiauc Hlgashl waj
tried before tho District Magistrate
without an Indictment of a Orand Jurj,
In spite of tho fuct that the alleged
crime for which ho was convicted Is
punishable by a fine not moro than
Intending Settlers Write
From All Corners
WANT ALL KINDS OF
LAND COMMISSIONER ARRANGES
TABULATED SYSTEM FOR AN-
8WERING THEIR MANY
This odlce Is becoming a regular
encyclopedia," said Land Commission
er 1'rntt while looking through a largo
bunch of recent correspondence. "Wo
get letters from all kinds of places and
'nro nsked to furnish all kinds of In
'formation Some of It wo hava on
hnnd; other wo have to get. Whenever
wo get somo new Information wo keep
It on fllo to have It ready when occa
sion arises to uso it again.
"Look at theso letters," said I'ralt.
"Here Is ono from Oregon, and one
from Toklo, Japan. Hero are somo
others from North Dakota, Florida,
Portland, Oregon, Los Angeles, Mex
Ico City, Victoria anil Minnesota, Tho
last ono Is from a Swede, evidently a
second generation of emlgrnn s. who (.
nnw nrn cinnlflnir fnrtlinr flplitfl. TliOHe )
would be good people to got hero"
Pratt has arranged n system of das.
slficntloir of the questions, which aro
contained In the various letters he re.
celves, Tho following arc tho sets ol
OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED 1860
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
LIFE. All approved forms of in
' surance written
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,, Ltd.
MANAGERS, TERR. OF HAWAII
HABEAS CORPUS CASE
$1000 or Imprisonment at hard labor
not exceeding one year Tho conten
tion that the petitioner, while nom
inally In tho Honolulu Jail Is actually i
In a part of tho Oahu prison, or penl-i
tcntlary. for the reason that these twtii
Institutions arc In fact one, Is also
At 11:30 this forenoon High Sheriff
Henry appeared before Judge Do Itolt
with Hlgashl. Deputy Attorney (Ion-!
tral Prosser appeared for Henry nud
rendered by the Court In the Chun!
It.w... nu.. ......II ...aI.I.I.. I. ..-
mined, still tho Court should not at
this llmo admit any moro prisoners to
ball. There was only ono now, but!
(Continued on Page 8)
questions most commonly naked:
1. Do you tako any settlers for the
2. Arc they safe, nro tho nnthes
aggressive or not?
3. Do you facilitate the settlement
and what kind of nsslstanco do jou
glto to a person with few hundred dol
Ilari In hand and what Is tho exact
value of a dollar to CI Sterling?
4. How many ncrcs of land form
oT.JniS'iamiVT0'1 pay "a8S"8"
5. What Is your annual rainfall;
and nro subject to drought?
1. What Is your nvcrnga rainfall
and cllmnto conditions, generally?
2. Mention tho quantity and qual
ity, etc.. of any available lands suitable
3. What Is tho best time to reach
(Continued on Page 4.)
WHO WAS BRIBED
Judge Parsons In his charse to 'he
til lit flrnn,) lulu 1riiii ntfiititlnn In llin '
lillll IIIUIII4 U I J UIVH HllVlltlUII (If (.'
law ngnlnst bribing Jurors. In Its
headline, tho Hawaii Herald says I'ar
oin illscUHSes topics tho town lias
been thinking about.
Among the pnsscngers on the Klnau
today was U W Ashford.
Largest Stock in the City
from which to make selection
"Old Reliable Furniture House."
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(AitoeKitttl 'mi 8pc ml citifj
PAPEETE, Tahiti, March 3. A cyclone of terrific destructive force swept
the Society and Tuamotu Islands on February 7. The property loss In Tahiti
wilt reach a million dollars.
Seventy-five houses here were destroyed, Including the American Consul
ate and the French Government building. One person is known to have
been killed here. Heavy loss of life is feared at Tupamotu, and the gunboat
Zelee has gone to the rescue. Many people are In distress and aid is needed.
Bombs For Czar
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March
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lra,n ,or the Tsarkeo Selo, where the
Ex-Gov. Hogg Dead
DALLAS, Texas, March
KING EDWARD IN PARIS.
f.tlioclatfil i'reis Special Cablt)
PARIS, France, March 3. King Edward arrived here today.
Following Is the Hawaii Toast of tho
Here's to tho 1 1 1 lo bachelors.
The Journal girls camo to meet;
Wo think ou nro all quite handsome
nnd. say. Just a weo hit sweet:
And here's a smile to greet you
And a heart for one and nil.
Uut we hope tho goblins will eat you
It you are still tiaclu'lors tills fall
The Acting Ooiernor has received a
Ipttor from Governor Carter written
from San Francisco, nnd dated Feb,
23, The Governor writes that ho and
Mrs, Carter Intended to leave for Pasa
dena the following Tuesday, which
would bo Feb. 27 At that placo their
address will bo tho Hotel Raymond.
Carter writes that he Is Improving In
health. Tho trip on tho steamer to
Snn Francisco was accompanied by
cold and disagreeable weather, still
the Governor managed to feel comfort
able, and even gnlned n pound a day In
weight. Or this latter accomplishment
he does not, however, seytn to be par-
The rest or the letter Is of n private
linture the Governor Inquiring Into
the health of his children nnd similar
A position of tnut In a t-r.'dlt
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3. Two anarchists armed with bombs
IWUMT lltVJ nvit MUWUI V UUMIU h!S
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Cxar la aojournlng.
Hogg died here today.
.Here's to tho Land of Hawaii
I The beautiful Isle far away.
Where the sunshine, the fruits
Make life ono long, happy day.
Sleep on, dream on;
Hnwnll for me.
To one and nil of the Inland
Tho Journal's best greeting we hrjug,
n I when wo return to our homeland
Hawaii's bobt Interests we'll sing.
Sleep on, drenm on,
Hawaii for me
i:i)YTH TOZIKR WKATHCRRED
The habeas corpus proceedings In
stituted, among others, by i:. M. Drown
ngatnst his former wife, Christina M.
Drown, to obtain from her the cus
tody of their minor child, n 2-year-old
girl, cunio up beforo Judge Lindsay
this morning. A, O. M Robertson,
Mrs. Ilrown's attnrnoy, presented u
motion to quash the writ on the
ground that It was not shown by thu
petition for tho writ that the child was
Illegally in tho respondent's custody:
and further that tho respondent had
the child In her custody lawfully In ae-
rordanee with tho decreo of dlorco,
which awarded It to her
After considerable argument by Oeo.
Davis. Ilrown's counrol, nnd Robert-
son. the Court took tho mnlter under
ndvlsement until next Wednesday
morning, nt tho satuo tlmo Intimating
thai n motion for tho nmendliig of tho
ilUoire decree would probably bo tho
best mode of procedure
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