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Vol,. XV3II No :W(J!
HONOLULU TKKKITOHT OP HAWAII. FRIDAY. APRIL 27, IVOO
?UOK 6 OlIBXS
8TEAMER TAOLE. '
Running Full Blast
SUGAR SITUATION AND THE DISASTER
"Factory running full blast and re- . "Itcally 1 don't ere miy great reason
ciulremcnts not diminished'' Is lio Kiel Tor llnvvnll to Rit tlio bhiu elevlU,
If a cablegram rccolvi'el tenia) hy lo , though liiliul )0il. It In highly proper
tal KiiKar InlcrestH (nun .Manager 'for us lo keep things shiir nnil not send
Ilolph In charge of the Crothetl sugar .nil our coin out of tlio islands before
Ilils Is pittlciilarly reassuring news,
lo sue ti p"oplo as have heen worried
river the effect which IIih Han I'ran-
clseo illnnHlcr iuIrIiI hao up(m local
sugar alialm nnd tlio value of
wallH chief ccciirltlcs.
It i a mini lie denied tU it there were
some anxious moments In tlio town which we nro contributing
when the exact extent of tlio daiuage I "San rruntlsco Is 'all right" as the
in Kan I'runclseo was not known. Loss 'expression rocs and so Is Honolulu Atl
of the Crockett teflnery would haven wo havo to do hero Is to keep on mi
boon a icrj dlw.icrcc.tblu blow to say oven keel Our sugar wilt ro to the
the leant When it was learned that (markets and It wilt sell at fair prices
this icllnery was safe ami ulso I ho nth- JThero Is no use exaggerating ouo way
rr rennet leu of tlio Hnu Kranclsco sec- or the other Just keep culm"
lion not u riousl) d imaged, the liusl
liens comiuunlty fell very inin.li easier.
'I ho eublo received this morning
shown that the disaster bus not injured
tho west toisl miliar lutercsls ns far
as Hawaii Is concerned, and the, re
sumption of business is making a
Mead) demand for rcflued sugar.
"1 don't sen that thoru Is anything
particularly poilcntlout In tho sugir
situation." slid ouo of the leading lur
nr factor tills morning In dlaeussltiR
"As far as I inn make out in review
ing the world sugar Hltuallon we have
experienced about tho lowest prices we
nocd reasonably expect this jear. It
may vary an eighth or so but It sec in. i
to mn that prlcei will hold fairly will"
A. Asknl as In IiIh Ideas of tho itfect
nn Hawaii of Hie Han Fiaiiusto disin
ter ho mid he lould nut kee that the Is
lands would sudcr materially. "The
Intrinsic aluo of our plantation prop
el Hen has not reduced a dollar Tho
wacrliiR In Hie stock market Is no
doubt due to the fcclliiR that In tonne
nueiuo of our market beliiK ccinllncd
nlmoKl exdusivd) to Hnnnltilu and
Han I'rnniisM), iimiiy In Han Kraiulsio
will lie forced lo realize and tin. Hono
lulu market will he the only one to
lake the bluiku
'"I here may ho somcthliiR In this
but nti ree bow quickly things mu
llgbtliis themselves in !Sau Kranclsco
and as t sire up the conditions, tho
iet-b.uk will be temporary at best.
"I heard csUnlny on tho street that
Kw.i stock liail dioipeil V a share. It
was one of tlin-io Honolulu stories. Hut
I know of a nun who on hcarltiK It told
n broker thai lm would take all tlio
Kwa offered at that price up to JUMI.OOO.
"Hm Kranclsco will rcimer It Is
fcald that lbs Insurance will amount to
fir.o.uoo.win. Now ucccjdlnR that tlio
los ns doublo that auiount Jino.OOO.
COO, In ,i nilKlity IiIr sum to stmt out
on. Why, ou will sec tho old romantic
iI.dh of thu AlRouauts repeated to a
(crtnlu extent. HiiMness will ho ic
Hiiiucil In tents. Tho man who has Iil3
liulldliiR up first will get tenants.
Uiery man who has two hands and a
tradu will git work at fair wiirim.
Thceo men must buy food nud they
m uis t hnvo pla-cs of auiunemeiit All
this makes good times In a sense be-
cause It sends tho money put out hy
the banks Into circulation and enabled
general business to readjust Itself
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to squan
CON3I8TS IN GETTINQ THE 0E3T CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICE3.
8UCH OARMENTS A3
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE IN NEW YORK,
are equal to tho to order-tailored garments In everything but the price.
We have proven this to mere than a thousand men let us prove It to
The Kash Co,, Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TS.
t 'Jjii,tMMMhiltM 'JMMiM
he know whttlicr It lit needed or not.
It isn t n question of whether Hoiiolulti
would hcdlnto lo assist Kan Francisco.
Wo will turn the town Innldo out If It
l.e ncccssnry. Hut let us not do mice
jluciilar things that niny tend toward a
URhl loial money innrkit without add
lug inalcrl.tlly to tlio main purpose for
m of mn
IN SAN FRANCI3C0
In a cablegram received lart night
by Ciibtlc & Cooke It Is btatPd that th4
ship (ieorgc Curtis, wlilcli put back in
poit In Hun I'ranclMo utter lOllldltiR
with tinutlitr ves&cl and receiving ser
ious dauiageii as a result, will be per
mitted to resilmo her Journey to thU
place without Interference with Inr
uirt.ti, uh icion n b she Is iei.ifred an I
able to sail.
After tho Curtis had returned In Kan
1'rancUco Information was received
hern to tho effect that her cargo would
be taken from her by the nuthurltlCJ
In Km l'mntlMo. It Is stated at tho
nfllcc of I'asllo k Cooke this murnln
that It wilt rcpilrc nbout ten da)s lo
repair tho Curtis and make her sea
worth) again Hho will depart for Ho.
nuliilu Jimt us coon us her repairs are
The text of the cablegram follows.
"Curtis i argc released, untouched,
uninjured ltepalrs to vessel rcnulru
nbout ten days Will hurry her and
hark Andrew Wclili off"
This Isainplonssinaiice that the sup
plies uf the Curtis urc Intact and con
ditions aro co far Improved In Hnu
rranclsco that tho milling vessels for
Hawaii ports will henceforth be given
us prompt dispatch as tho iihsciiiIiIIiik
uf their caigu will penult.
Judge Do Holt's Jury In tlio en no of
Hhlralshl, (barged with nssault with
u daiigeioiiH weapon with intent to
murder, this forenoon returned n ver
dlit or guilty, hut reducing tho degreo
to nFhault. Thu defeiidanl, a Japanese
living at Iwilel, look scverul shots at
nud wounded n woman who had left
ltlin find tvifilftml in tint' ltliri miv tiwtrit
of her earn lugs, on which ho formerly
Cold wuus Along Iho gcnshoio
Reliable clothes quality I nol
made by glowing advertise
- :;: - AJEWyRK
High Hhcrlff Henry stales that ho Is
Billing ready to bieak sevital lecorih
In the way of capital punishments In
the neir future, l'llkt of nil ho has
luoro prisoners uenuticcd to be tiling
In his custody nun than have ever be
fore been kept at tho prison lit any
ono time There urn at present no les
than seven men with tho deith sen
tence hanging over their heads locked
up In "murderers row " namely
Frank Johnson, tho Walatua murderer,
Moilta Kiilzo, tho Jiipamso "bid man'
from Illto; mid the live Koreans, for
whom n reprieve was granted jrsler
ihiy As lliero uro only elRht cells In
tho "row," tlio High Hherlff is rather
anxious lo dispute of some of his
guests, bctoio ho Rets too pressed for
Another record will bo broken by
the hanging of Trunk Johnson, as he,
in cording to tho best Information of
tho High HherilT. is the Hat while mini
lo bo bung in Die Islands Henry hns
been In charge of thu prhon for the
pant nine jenrs, and during Hint time
there have been no white men huiiK.
and he stales that he has never heard
of a caso here vvliero n white man
buffered capital punishment.
I ho HlRli Hlnrirr (Ills morning lold
the live Koreans that lliev li.nl been
granted a leprieve 'I hey leeched it
I vvltli Iho same appearance of passive
stolidity ns they showed when the news
J was broken to them that their death
warrants had In en signed "They did
not seem to give a hung cither way,"
Bald the High Hherlff
IN TIME FOR ELECTIONS
Hupervlsor-at I-irRo U It Adams,
now cu route to Hie Coast to buy for
Ills II mi, wilt upon his return In two or
three months, bring lomo 30U0 pounds
of special piper to bo nud for ballots
nt tho County elections the Hoard of
.Supervisors having authorized him so
Judge Robinson litis afternoon is
cued a dec no legalising the adoption
hy Annie I' llnglaud and Win J Eng
land of lleujaiiiln W Vlda. Chis V
DiRlaud ('lid Annie H Kngland, min
ors. Good Furniture
Largest 8tock In the City
from which to make selections.
V "Old Reliable Furnltura House." '.
fVOUNO BUILDING. j
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond brokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8U.
Telephono Exchange No, 4.
?! The only cafe place for your
! documents and other valuables
:! Is in our safe deposit vault,
!"!' which Is absolutely tire proof,
K' The rent of a box Is only $5
-S"K- per year and up and you
!) keep your own key, " "
Fort Street, Uonnluln
liiVm iTftHJotlWf il
RAIN GIVES REFUGEES
NIGHT OF DISCOMFORT
QUEEN EMMA PLACE
FOR PUBLIC PARK
SALE OF ESTATE MAY BE POSTPONED
Tho Impending snln of the old
Queen Kmma reshlenro In Niinann
Milley has attracted eonilderiiblo nt
lentlon owing lo the unusual nth no
tion thu ilaeo posicssea nud I be pon
HlhlllllcH It seems to offer ns a public
park. Tho placo hns bei n ndvcrtlced
to lm offered fbr sale nt public auction
nt nu upset prlco of Jlonoo on May
12, but there are mnnv who believe.
Ilia' It would ho best for Iho (loveru
mem to retain It and utilize It us a
pirk. and may endeavor lu seiiiro n
pnstpnnenicut nf Hie sale until tin!
next meeting of the Legislature when
the mutter could be d'M Ided nn, or ill
least for n sufficient period of time In
ntluvv n full discussion and luvcstlgn
Hon of the subject
The land In cpi llon la ultuateil In
Niiiiatiu valljy, i,l a .Ht ilWlaiieo
from the end of the cur line. It con
tains 10.2 ncre'H, and is covered liy u
dense, almost Jungle like, vegetation
of various tropical growths, among
which nro ninny rnro treeti unci shrub)
It also conlulns an old rement reser
voir nbout 25 by CO feet lu area, wl'h
u depth of 20 fret, which would make
n magnificent HwliumliiR pool A large
two-story house which Is, however. In
rather bad lepiilr, stands nu tho prem
Ises. It has for many jenra been nccn
pled hy Jns (.union Hpencer. who
leased Hie place from tho Govcrnuiciil
at ,i nominal rental.
Tho tract has a frontage of 8711 feit
on tho Nuiianii road nud nu average
depth or about .viu feet. An old llu
vvallnn nuwnl or ditch runs through
thu garden, the place- currying u right
lo lino the water How lug therein foi
two days of each week.
The placo was formerly tho country
residence of the lutu Queen Kmma It
was purchased for 8.H0O from the
Queen llmnia Ilstal" Sept. lfi, lS'Jl), h)
tho (lovernmeut tv tilth nt tho lime lu
The revenue bill In which the till
zins of this Territory nro Rrenlly cou
cerncd, while It ban been reported fa
voraldy by the committee nsslRiicd to
consider the mallei hi suffering u do
lay c n account of thu refusal of Hpcak
er Cannon of the limine of Represent
nllvcs lo have It plated on Iho House
Calendar. ISplincd on this calendar
tho bill can bo brought up for cou.ild
erutlou nt any time hy thu iiunnlmuiia
consent or the mmuliers. Hut ns It Is,
It hns taken lis placo on tho slato of
the Union Calendar, which ineuiis that
n special rule must he Introduced be
fore It tan ho presented for consilium
lion Hhoiild thu llelcgalo think this bill
We have just received a shipment of
! STRAW HATS
All of (he latest Styles and best Quality :
L B, KERR
(ended lo use It as a site for a flllrn
Hon plant This location vvns later on
abandoned and It was decided to hi
est i' this plant nt nuother place.
Land Commissioner I'rnlt sild to
day that the (lovernmeut wan deriving
no benefit from the place and might
therefore1 ns well sell It nnd get some
money to help to pny off tho outsland
Iiir hoiuls. Furthermore, there woio
no tnxi's derived from It now, while If
It link hobl to a prlvato party taxis
would be forthcoming.
"I ilon't think tho placo would lie
of much value) ns n public park," said
Pratt when asked what his opinion
was on that subject. "It is too email
niul loo far out of town for that pur
isise When nronlo co to n nirk that
I is hiiiio distance from town, they want
a largo plain where I bey can roam
a bout nl will, Tho place would, bow
ever, make a ninrtulflfi'iil residence1
site1, nnd tho groundn could, when pro
perly elcnrcd, make a fine private
An Interesting feature about tho
place Is the fact that It lo known In
the superstitious ns n favorite haunt
for ghosts. There Is one room In the
house nbout which the story rocs that
If u light Is left burning there nt night
tho ghost of Queen Kmiim's husband
will ho sure to make his appearance.
Another slory is told of n prointncn'
resilient of Ihls city who passed n
night nt the house, nnd dreuiul. or saw
n llnwallan woman come up to him
and plneo her hand on him. Tho next
'morning n black spot appeared on the
'pln'-e stie had touclieil, which was rie
oRiilzed by Ihu nilihorltles on ghost
loic hm u "spook mark."
Magistrate "Officer, what Is tilts
mini charged with?" Officer "Arson,
our Honor, ho has been burning
money on a Jig."
will not pass thu House before Con
gross adjourns, ho will hnvo It I nt in
duced In Iho Hmuito In order Dial It.i
e nimble ration In the House might b
accede ruled. This Is Hie course IIih
indegalo has Inken with tho hill pio
vldliiR feu Federal buildings for HiIh
Territory and several others. Ho tire
poses to get Kenntor Foinktr to Info
diicu the revenue) bill III thu Konato
should he deem tlmt emu so neiessury.
lu the Utter, nf Ihu rah lust, fiom
iho Delegate to Kenntor laine, In
which the above Information was Riv
en, the Delegate points out that miles
ft Dedcgalu has friends in Iho fjcnntei
to assist him, ns Heunlnr IVrklns Iiih
agreed lo do, ho would bo placed In a
very hopeloss position, A Territory
suffers for want of representation In
the Senate, us Representatives from
thu different Htntes of the Union Imvci
their own Hcnators to look to fur uld
RAREDIT FIEND DREAMS
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SAN FRANCISCO, April 27. 5:0". p. M Rain last night cain.ee' much dls
comfirt In lie ilurjec camp. The Chinese colony has hen temrorarlly 0.
catcd at the not t' end of Van Nitjs avenue.
Efforts are ntaHnej to prevent the wnolcsalers from removlnj to Oak-Irnd.
Done At Salinas
SALINAS Cal., April 31. - A million dollars' damage was done here by
tho earthquake of the 18th. Two shocks were felt yesterday but no damage
Snllnan Is In tho northern part of Monterey County nnd in lino south
from Han Jose. It Is not far from Monterey Hay and Pacific Grove.
LURLINE 8PRECKELS MARRIED,
PARIS, France, April 27. The church marriage of Spencer Eddy, lo
Lurllne Spreckels ol San Francisco was tolemnlzed today. The civil mar
riage took place yesterday.
WASHINGTON, April 27. Venezuela Is to establish national bank and
substitute paper for gold.
NEW YORK, April 27. Slocsci won tho world's championship at bil
liards here today.
Is Very One-Sided
Washington, April 7 Acting under
Instructions from the .State Depart
ment, Kdwlu Morgan. Minister at llu
vnnii, has been In confeienco with the
officials of tne Cuban Foreign Olllco for
somo tlmo nasi with thu nurnosu of
ll'iuilnn a new retlpioeily treaty to re
placo tlio existing convention, llu his
now piacllcnllv completed his work,
and a treaty has been drafted that may
ho ic.idy lor submission lo Iho Hen
nto before the adjournment of the pres
ent Ecjslon 'Hie rcir.on for thu pre
paration of this new treaty Is that thu
PHONE MAIN 282 1011
Snappy Distinctive Styles I
officials here huvo become convinced
that America is getting hy far tho worst
of tho bargain under tho present ar
rangement While marl) nil of tho
oxports from Cuba come lu our ports,
only a little more than one-third of tho
Imports into Cuba are furnished by
..tnerlciin farmers and merchants Kit
ropo supplying practically the balance
'I lm Cuban generument did not tarn
to make theso concessions, but it waa
Itoueioutcd vvltli the fail that other
I wise I here would be no treat) at nil at
tlio expiration of the present conven
I lion, and without ihn preferential ralej
uf Hie treat) It would bo Impossible to
market Cuban siigir and other staples
lu Vmerlra nt profitable returns, thua
threatening ruin lo Cuba
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snappy shapes for street or dress oc
casions, the styles which most strong
ly appeal to careful dressers.
A breath of summer is noted In
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