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From tan .Francisco:
Alameda Sept. 7
Korea . . ., Sept. 11
For Ban Francisco:
China . . Sept. 11
Alameda Sept. 12
MUmera Sept. 22
"Aorangl Sept. 19
1 1 If It ha been Lot t ,
ii If a servant la wanted 1 1
i y If the old house does not suit , i
1 1 If there are too many vacant rooms ', i
i ( If your position does not satisfy , ,
i i If the boarders do not pay
1 1 If you yearn for a change of air 1 1
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Vol. X1II No. 3180
HONOLULU. rKURITORY OP HAWAIlj'PHUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 100(i
Prior 6 Oknth
Business Men Announce What They Want
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DE BOLT ROASTS
Classes It With His Old
AKANA ESPiNDA MAKES
VERY FRANK STATEMENT
WAS riRCD FROM POLICE BE
CAUSE JUDGE WOULD NOT
BELIEVE HIM UNDER
Judge Do Holt this morning cum?
out strongly from the henrh ngalnsi
the oil ot opium smoking, which hi
rinced n the class with the liquor
liablt, his fnvuita bete nolr. As there
In a large hunch of caica of Chinese,
charged with celling opium without a
licence, to come up before, him this
term, lib views on the subject arc of
The Judge made his statement In
connection with the case of Chun
JUDGE J. T. DE BOLT,
Who Takes a Hit at 'The Pipe."
Hoon, who was yesterday convicted of
selling opium without n license, nnd
rame up before the court for" sentenco
W. T Ran line, who represented lliu
defendant, spoke to socuio the mln
Imum penalty. The opium sale law
was an old one, ho talil, and prosecu
tion under It had long been ilornniit
As a matter of fuel, this" wau the first
conviction under this law since annex
n tlon. Ilcfore annexation having
opium In possession was nn otlciice.
It ceased to be ro at the change ot
government and now the Chinese
thought that the sale of opium was pen
inltted ns well ns the 3inoklng and pos
sesion of 1L
Itawllns expressed Die hope that the
prosecution would move for a suspen
tilon of sentence, but Asilelhnt County
Attorney Cathcnrt declined to do so.
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THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
Sor, FORT and HOTEL 8TS
taL, rt..'! :JiiHjAi.,k i,. .,. A. j-. '.. .
HOil) A III
Robertson Endorsed For
Chair OF Central
KUIIO RECEIVES SUPPORT
AND LANE GETS RIS SRARE
COUNTY MEMBERS CONCEDE TO
The delegates to tho Territorial Con
ventlon from the Filth District held a
quiet caucus at the Kapiolani building
last night to arrange plans for Hpi
convention nt Wnlluku. Sixteen out
of twenty-nine delegates from tho .dl
trlct attended the rnucus. They wcro
M. Aona, I,. M. Keatinul, A. S. Mahau
In, V. II. Kahmnokii, K. J. Crawford,
Moses Knwalapo, Jojn C. I.ane, V. C.
Cummlngs, S. I Kcliumano, W. Ahln,
U. Makaeno. C. II. Ilaker, V. II. Craw
ford, J. V. Knhaumll, It. I. Itciltcr,
nnd U W. 1. Knncalll. A. B. Mahnulu
held the proxy of K. Hoar from Witln
liia. Tho first thing that, wns done wns
tho presentation of a resolution, en
doming. Delegate .Kalanlanuole, by W.
II. Crawford, in the following form:
Whereas, Our I)e)cgalo to Congress,
tho llonornblo Jonah Kuhio Kalaul
nnnole, has, alnco his election as such
Delegate, succeeded In getting llhci.il
appropriations for this Tciritory from
the Congress of tho United States of
America, and In order that ho may
succeed In getting moro such liberal
uppiopriatlous ul tho coming Con
gress, Therefore, be It Itcsolvcd, That we,
the Territorial Delegates-elect, from
tho Fifth llcpiescntatlvo District, Is
land nnd County of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, do hereby endorso his candi
dacy as such Delegate, to the Sixtieth
Congress of the United Stales ot Anier-
lea, nnd further plodgo ourselves na
such dolcgntej-elect from tho said
Fifth District, to elect him, at the cotw
Ing general election to be held on No
vember !, 1906; throughout the said
The next thing in order wan another
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"Better be sure than sorry" Is a say
ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fits It as If made to order. Bet.
ter be sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of the boxes at five dollars a year.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.
Arc here in the largest assort
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
Thc sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 25.
SURT 0DiXi SHOW
Many Ladies Present At
Opening Session Of
COLLIES AND BULL DOGS
UNUSUALLY HIGH CLASS
MANY VARIETIES Of CANINE3 TO
BE SEEN AT THE QUEEN
The flrnl bench Dhow of the Hawaii
an Kennel Club was opened thin
morning at 10 o'clock and from the nt
lendanco and the number of dogB
which were on exhibition will, as Vice
Prefldent Will K. Fisher said, bo n
"howling succcis." I.adlon were there
In numbers and from n society stand
point tho show should mnko Its mark
In local circles. A surprisingly laigo
number of tho dogs, nnd among them
Eonie of the best In tho show, aro en-
Whose Terriers Are Attracting At
tention. tered by ladles, and they nro nil on
hand and anxious nu nnonn can be,
over the chances of their peth to win
when the anltiMla aro led Into tho
Judging ring. The show Is open from
10 a. in. to lirp m In order thai ev
cryonc may have n clinucu to go nt a
Tho show commltti'o Ih to be, con
gratulated on tho way in which the nr.
mngements have been completed. The
fetalis for the dogs nro much larger
and more comfortnbto than Is general
ly tho case In bench ihovs. Tho
light Is good mid the skating rink
nnkcH an Ideal hall for tho purpose,
there, being plenty of nlr nnd room
for tho dogs da well as the sp?ctatoro,
A veterinary surgeon In on hand con
stantly In -case his services may be
require, If any dog should becomo sick,
while tho arrnngements an n whole,
nro being looked alter by Rupt. A. T.
The collies are probably tho best
clasn of dogs In the show, In quality
ns well ns In number. They nttracted
i great deal of nttentlon among those
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Is what the Jaw calls corpor
ation's, This practical Immortality
makes the trust company a
better and safer executor of
a will than an individual.
Fort SI. HonoIu.il
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Of What Is Wanted
From Political Parties
TAX COMMISSION, PROMOTION, IMMIGRATION
nuslness men of the city called to
gether by Vice President .Morgan o:
the Chamber of Commcrtc look formal
action today In favor ot the following
projects on which the political parties
nnd the legislature are to act:
Tax Commission to, reicw the tax
laws nnd report to tho Legislature two
Ample appropriations for tho Hoard
Territorial assistance for Promotion
'lerritorlal support of the mil It la.
Continued support of the Immigra
Wlyn tho tnrctlng of the business
men of Honolulu to eoiuider matters
'needing legislation was opened by J.
11'. Morgan In the Young lltilldlng thin
I alter noon about thirty merchants ul
Ithe city were present. All tho larger
llrms were represented.
Among tho present weic Major
llootb. Clarence Cooke, i: 0. White
J. F. Morgan, J. P. Cooke. V M tllf-
fard. F. .1. lrey, W A. lloncn, W'll
lard Drown, F I.. Wnldron, A (In r vie.
Oo. Angus, i:d. Paris, ("five Davles,
i:. D. Tenney. K. F. Illshop. F. M.
Swnnry. II P. Wood, tleo. W. Smith,
Arthur Wall. U F.. Plnklmui, Frcil
.Maifarlane and U'a. IWIek,
In stating the purpose of the meet
ing Mr. Morgan said:
"This meeting has been called to
suggest the names of men to go before
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP A CO , tht
store In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retlrlrg from'buslness, have placed on sale at J. HOPP A
CO.'S stores the entire stock of Porter's at prices which have
never been placed on furniture here before,
J. HOPP A CO. carry on their own account a large stock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's stock, so
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Ce. had a stock which Included seme
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We hsve new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter's
stock out of the way.
The etoek Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now Is the time to buy It, (
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1058.1005 YOUNO BUILDINQ BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACTS.
The Company sustained only one death loss attributable directly to
the awful disaster of April 18th last
The Company's Ssn Francisco Home Office Building, destroysd by fire,
was fully covered by insurance In standard'companles. ,-
The land upon which the 8an Francisco Homo Office Building stood
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgages held by the Company, amounting to 1298,450,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were destroyed, worth (170,000, and upon which Improve
ments the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of $75,000.
The vaults withstood the fire and their entire contents, sbout two car.
loads of books and records, ere now In our Los Angeles Home Office.
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In force; has an annual Income of more than $4,
500,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance laws the stockholders, whose wealth la
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Compsny.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA Is the largest and most popular life Insurancs company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive bualneis
for thirty-nine years, paying clatma promptly and satisfactorily, as It will
continue to do. J. N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACTS I
CLINTON J. HUTCHIMS,
920 FORT. STREET. GENERAL AQENT.
the convention and to suggest meas
ure to be passed by the next Legisla
ture. The queitlon of taxation should
come up as well as that of the support
of the Promotion Committee by tho
Mr. Joseph P. Cooke said. "I move
that no pass n resolution urging the
next legislature to proilde for a tax
commission, which shall report to the
succeeding Legislature, two J cars
hence. I believe Hut this should be
dune as nn cxprc3slou of oplnlou
which either party may place aa a
plank In their platform."
II. Faxon Ulshop spoke on tho same
matter, saying that he believed that
this method should be adopted to pre
vent n tinkering with the tax laws.
J. II. Call gave It as his opinion that
tho Republican patty be urged and In
duced to mnke tho formation of this
(ommisslon u plank In their platform.
(too. W. Smith thought that tho mo
tion should bo In the nature of a "de
mand" that tho measure be a plank
for both parties. The motion, ns
nmended. wns tarried unanimously.
President Pinkhnm when called up
on, spoko from tho following memo
randum: Tin: Hoard of .Health in Itn recnm
monnatloim to' tho Kxecntlve"anilthe
Legislature on December Hist, 1901
mndo the following specific request:
"An Kmrrgency Fund should bo es
(Continued on Pg 4.)
8ANTA CRUZ, Cal Sept. 6.-011-lett
has been nominated for Governor
on the first ballot. Henshaw, Corrl.
gan and Sloes have been named for
Supreme Court Justices. Japanese
exclusion Is demanded.
OANS AND BRITT TO FIGHT.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal , Sept. 6.
Gans, who defeated Nelson at Gold
field In the big 42 round fight, and
Fighter Brltt have expressed a wil
lingness to meet later.
ELYSIA, O., Sept. 6 A factory In
the course of construction here eel
lapsed today and three were killed.
QUIET IN CUBA.
HAVANA, Cuba, Eept. 6. General
Castro and troops have arrived at
Santiago. The General reports all is
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. .
The army of strikebreakers brought
here from the East Is to be employed
In various capacities by the car com
Baton Houge. Ii., Sept. fi. The
State University of Louisiana has re
fused to ndmlt Filipino pupils on ac
count of their tolor.
Lincoln, Neb, Sept B - llrjnn wail
welcomed )e t-rday by 60,000 of his
neighbors, t' reception, which was
preeliled I "r by Governor Mickey,
lielng a no-i .utlinn gathering
Job Ilatchclor today filed his report
as master on tho eleventh nnnual ac
count of the trustees of the Chus. It.
Illshop Trust. Ho finds Hint tho trus
tees charge themselves with Jl-lMUfi.-CO
ami asKell to he allowed $100,274.
4u. Tho matter finds that tlio trus
tees have changed borne securities,
but finds that the exchange has been
beneficial, and "shows a very conserv
ative method of handling the a flairs
of tho trust." Ho flnda the account
correct In every respect and recom
mends that the Court pass It.
There will be a dance at the Mo
ana Hotel this evening. It Is given in
honor of tho hotel's guests, although
all strangers In town, friends of tho
manager nnd the general public are In
BULLKTIN AD8. PAY
The More You Think
about our men's working shoes the greater your appreciation of
the wonderful value, good-fit features, long-wear quality, high
grade finish and good appearance In every pair. Then you do
not wonder at our large trade there's a reason for It.
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can allord to
pay for shoes and have them rip and tear the very first time he
gets them wet. He would rather pay more and get quality.
Shoes cost more now to build than ever before; hence there
must be a sacrifice somewhere. We positively will not cut out
quality In our stock and tell a man "This is the same shoe at
the same price." Full value here In every oale.
1051 Fort Street.
NEEDLES, Cal., Sept. 6. The
Santa Fe d-pot and hotel here wero
burned today. Two perished In tho
flames and seven were Injured.
St Petersburg. Sept. 5. The govern
ment hnn announced a program which
embraces the court martlallng of of
fenders In political crimes and the In
creasing of penalties for advocating
the propaganda of the revolutionist,
nnd providing for the preservation of
irder by nliollehlng the restrictions
against the Jews The program also
includes tho Imposition of nn Inuomo
lax and the reforming of tho police
New York. Sept. 5. The remains of
Herman Oelrlcbs were burled yester
PEACE IS NEAR.
Havana. Sept &. Negotiations ha
begun with the revolutionists to nvpMJ
further bloodshed. The restoration of "V
pe.iro Is near tfj
WORK RESUMED. ,
San Kranclsio, Sept. 5. Tbi street
car strlko Is settled and tho service
lias been resumed.
The largest assort
ment of the Latest in
Call and convince
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Shoe Co,, Ltd,,
'Phone Main 282
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