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Vol. Xan No 3541
Judd Brings Sample
On Doric Dec. Z1st
Definite news about tho arrival1 of the first consignment of labor
era from the Philippines was received by tho Siberia's mall yestentay
by the Planters' Association. They will arrive hero Just n couple of
days before Christmas, a welcome Christmas present for the planta
tion people, and the community In general.
The news was contained In a letter from Albert F. Judd, who
went to tliu Philippines to accuro laborers for our cano fields. Judd
writes that ho will return to Honolulu In tho Doric, bringing with him
twenty to twenly-flM) Filipino laborers. The Doric Is scheduled to
arrive hero December 21, This snlpment, It Is understood, will be
brought here In tho way of a snni.Ve, so that tho planters will know
what kind of people the Filipinos arc, before they decldo on bringing
largo shipments of them here. Jund has secured his people from tho
one tribe of all the numerous ouch which are found In tho archipelago,
which his tho reputation of liclna iho most Industrious and best of the
"" Represent' Defense.
In The Case
A. P. Taylor, tho Acnorllscr's rc
I ortorlal detective, who Is charged wltu
assault with a dangerous weapon and
with falsa Impersonation of a police of
ficer, was evidently somewhat discon
certed at the arruy of counsel opposed
to him thin morning, and lias recon
sidered bis determination to dispense
When the caeo was tailed this after
noon. Frank V.. Thompson appeared us
counsel for tho defense. Ho usked foi
u continuance until tomorrow after
noon on the ground that ho had Just
been called Into the case and was not
r.cqualnted with tho details.
Judge Gear, who with H. V. Sutton,
Is assisting County Attorney Andrade
lu the prosecution, objected to the con
tinuance on tho ground that lie defend
ant hud Insisted nt tho morning session
on a speedy trial. Thompson replied
that his client was more anxious for a
trial of the caso than he was himself.
The calendars for the week are pret
ty well filled up. but Judge Whitney
get tho case for 2 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon, with tho understanding that
ll might be necessary to postpone It
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ease which Is to be tried tomorrow.
The barkenllnc Coronado, Captain
Potter, urrlved from San FrancUco
this morning ufter a voyage of 24 days.
She brings a cargo of mixed freight.
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MAPI IN M.WJUNK
The Evening Newspaper is a real
j 3:30 O'CLOCK . I MUI HM fM HEARS
Yield... Of , Sugar , .Ha.?,
The first subject taken up at the af
ternoon session of the Planters' Asso.
elation was that of fertilization. The
committee appointed to prepare a re
port on fertilization, consisting of
.Messrs. C. 11. Wells, Geo. Chalmers,
Wm. Stodard. John Wntt and Chair
man I).- Forbes, submitted an Interest
ing paper, In which the points most
prominently brought out as being of
the first Importance were: Material
to be used, quantity applied method
und time of application.
Tho report stated that tho yield ot
sugar in the Hawaiian Islands has In
creased SO per cent In tho last ten
years. This is due to many causes, tint
Principal of which are deep plowing,
fertilizing. Irrigating and Improved
methods of cultivation mid manufac
lu summing up, the report stated that
recent experience has tended to show
that a large proportion of the money
now expended on the so-called high
grade fertilizers could be more profit
ably devoted to fertilizing with slow-
acting nitrogenous manures and to the
other cultural operations of the planta-
Tho Korea sails from San Francisco
today, for Honolulu, en route for thr
Orient. She is to bring back tho band
mau does not have to bo much ot
n sprinter to run for offloo.
is founded upon be
comlngnets to the Individual,' and at
long as a man's clothes are well cut
and of good quality, they can be tald
to be in ttyle. Extreme! are alwaye
dangerout and do not express style.
Style does not mean one thing to
the man with meant and another thing
to the man with limited purte.
If you are figuring on a new stylish
suit, let ut thow you one of these
which bear the famout label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co,
HONOLULU. TERRITOBI OF HAfrAIL TUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 20. IBM
BALDWIN SAYS! LABOR
TO COME FftOM SPAIN,
ITALY AND AZORES
The annual meeting of the Planters'
Association began this morning, and
was attended by a larger gathering of
sugar men than usual, presumably be
cause of the Importance of the labor.
Immigration and Cuban annexation
questions, which will presumably be
discussed. Tho meeting was attended
by a good representation of the big
sugar agencies and a number of plan,
tatlon managers from all tho Islands.
Tho. event will last three days, the
opening session beginning at it o'clock
Managers and Agents
W. O. Smith announced that Presi
dent Ilaldwln would leave for Callfor
l laTn tho Siberia. Vice President K.
F, Bishop was on the Coast. Ho mov
ed that K. D. Tcnney fill the chair un
til permanent officers wero elected.
This was carried and Tcnney took the
(hair and opened tho meeting.
Tho roll call showed the following
to be present: R. K. Bull, of Oahu
plantation, C. M. Cooke, Q. R. Hewitt, ,
J. Fassotn or waimea mill Co., A. oar
tenberg, Geo. Olbb, W. M. Gllfard, A.
(larvlo, K. 8. QJerdrum of Honokaa,
Sugar Co, W. W. Hall, John Hind of
Hawl Mill ft Plantation Co.. deorgo
Chalmers, of Walmanalo Sugar Co , J.
f. Molr of Onomea Sugar Co., W.,Pul-
rtWPrTTonomu Sugar Co., F.' A. 8cha-
lttrrF. Scott, Jas. a, Spencer, W. Bto-
dart of McDryde Sugar Co.. E. D. Ten
ny; John Watt of Olaa Sugar Co.. W.
0. Walker of Ookala Sugar Co., E.
(Aitoilalnl I'rtf Special Cable) t
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Nov, 20.
Commissioner Sargent of the Depart;
ment of Commerce and Labor sailed
today In the Korea for Honolulu to in.
vestlgate Immigration matter.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 20. The
Trans-Mlsslsslppi Commercial Con
greet was opened here today. Every
State In the Union was represented as
well as several South American Re.
CONTROLLER COLQAN DEAD
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal.,
Controller Colgan Is dead.
Deposit your turplut Jew
elry, table silver and docu
ments In our tafe depoelt
They will be tafe from fire
You can have accett to
them when you want them.
A box costs only 50c a
Fori 81, Uonulul'.
want : the live merchant takes advantage of this want
II. Wodehouse and Andrew Adams of
Knhukii Plantation Co. Later on new
arrivals added to (he attendance.
Program for Mtotlng '
The following program for the ses
lion was then announced by Tcnney:
Report of Experiment Station Coin-
tnittce. (Report to be read; dlscusr.lon
in executive session on Thursday.) i
Tuesday Afternoon Kcort of Com-
mittee on Cultivation; Report of Com-
mlttec on Fertilisation; Report of
Committee on Manufacture.
Wednesday Horning Reports ol
Wednesday Afternoon Visit to
the Experiment Station,
Thursday Morning Discussion of
Experiment Station Report In eiecu-
Thursday Afternoon Reixirt of ha.
bor Commlttco and discussion then on
In executive session.
Thursday Evening, 7 o'Uoik An -
Tcnney said that many had been de
tained by the departure of the Siberia
who would attend later. A letter ,ot
the retiring president, 11, P. Ualdwln,
was then read, wherein a short resume
was given of the situation.
Labor from Many Places
Baldwin rcmlii-Vd those present
tl.at tho production- hai reached -.the
nolnt where the Uml('df arable laud
on to Islands which could bo used for
Iho purpose was In sight. It was,
therefore. Important that advantage bo
(Wireless Special to Bulletin)
Hllo, Nov. 20. Judgo Matthew-
man will open tho next term of
f the Kona Circuit Court tomorrow.
but neither grand or trial Jurors
have been summoned, as provided
4- oy law, the County being without
the necessary funds. There Is one 4-4-
jury case On the calendar, a Ko-
4 rcan charged with aasault, wno Is 4
i now In Jail. He cannot be given 4
4 a trial under the circumstances. 4
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Alexnnder ft Baldwin have bought
J. ft. Castle's Kahuku stock, therebj
securing control of this plantation
The deal was made while W. M. Alex
ander's presence in town filled out tho
membership ot the Board of Directors
of the purchasing firm. Kahuku shares
were quoted on the Exchange today at
125 bid against $30 asked.
(Anociattd Prtu Special Cailt)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Nov. 20.
The Qrand Jury hat returned Itt In
qulry Into the graft conditlont In City
MORE CHURCH RIOT8
PARIS, France, Nov, 20. The inven
tories of church properties have been
completed in tpltt of rttlttance.
t'slr play ladles' tennis match.
J. Hopp & Co,,
1C.)06J.0eii HI8H0P ST.
taken of tho land on hand by scientific
.methods. He reviewed tho year as
ilmvlng been a fairly satisfactory one,
Tho most serious question was that
M labor. Many Japanese were leaving
the Islands, but the work of tho Imml-
r ration Hoard showed much hope. A
rhlpment of Portuguese was on the
way from the Axores and efforts would
be made to get more labor from Italy
and Spain. Filipinos, from what was
leputcd to bo tho most Industrious
'tribe In the Philippines would soon be
The letter further dwelt on tho good
work done by the Kxperlmcnt Station,
l.ul said that It was too localised, and
leconunendcd that substations should
Le established He also recommended
'that tho annual meetings of tho Asso-
datlon be held In October, as this
I would suit tho convenience of Maul
planters better than thu present dato
The Secretary's, W. O, Smith's, re
port was next read, Bhowlng tho chan
ges In personnel of tho trustees, etc.
It reported that tho delay In harvest
ing crop had been a fortunate one, n
low prices prevailed during tho begin
ning of the year. Tho, Experiment 81a,
lion was doing good work, and -hoped
In tho near futuro to develop a new
cane which would iurpaa-ll,-th,.va.
rlctles grown at present
The old Board of Tnlsiee was re
elected as follows: F. A'..8cbaefor, II.
i u (Continued on Page 2)
(AuoeiaUt l'rttt BpttM-QtAU)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 20. The
American Sugar Refining Company hat
been convicted of accepting rebates,
amounting to $26,000.,- from tho - New
York Central Railroad,
Chairman A. G. M. Robertson of the
Republican Central Committee left in
the Siberia today. He will remain
away Indefinitely and therefore ten
dered his resignation In a letter to Vice
Chairman J. C. Lane. He stated thut
he would not bo here during the legis
In tho case of Elizabeth Wilder vs
II. It. Macfarlane, the Supreme Court
todav handed down a decision overrul
ing the exception taken by the defend
ant. Tho caso Is one' concerning a lot
of land at Walklkl.
If you will put your
vuluubleet In our tafe
you will bu a trmm from
elwwelry ear um If you
hud thorn In th Btmtc
Truest Company Utd.
Band Is On
Cohen Pays Expenses
Hand sailed Korea Cohen paid all expenses
The aboe cablegram was recehed this afternoon by J R Gnlt
who with F. W. Macfarlane collected n fund for the return of lb" baud
"Of courso I will do nothing about the matter," said Gait, "until
this reort Is confirmed by the Union Trust Co, to whom the sub
scription money was sent, although I hao no doubt but that the con
tents of the message ore true. Of course under these circumstances
the subscriptions will be returned to the donors. If the Union Trust
Co has gone to any expense In cabling or such mutters, this will bi
paid out of tho fund, and the rest of It distributed pro rata
Application For Kapaa
Filed With Land
The fact that a number ot Portu
guese have made implication for tho
Kapaa lands which wero formerly usi-d
by the Molokana Las come evidently
as tho result of .the statement by Land
Commissioner Pratt to" tho effect that
tho Portuguese would recclvo land al
Just as liberal rate terms as tho Mo
Id speaking of this matter today,
Governor Carter said:
'The fact that applications are bo-
Iiib made for tho Kapaa lauds Is en
couraging and allows that tho horao-
atead Idea Is becoming a topic of In
terest among that nationality more
than ever hi- .ire. In regard to tho ap
plications w eh have been made for
these luiu.J .hero has been nothing;
done yet but probably will bo In the
"The lands of tho Hutchison Sugar
Company at Naalehu will bo thrown
open to settlement as soon as posslbK
In fact, Land Commissioner P.ratt It. the Improxemrnt ot the road from
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states that he will advertise thera
within 24 houra after the law suit con
cernlng them being fought by thu
'Thompson settlement people against
the Territory Is settled. This suit la
one to attempt to compel the Terri
tory to allot the land to tho settlement
people In units of 100 acres."
Land Commissioner Pratt said: "wo
are very busy ut present cutting up
lands under leaso for homestead pur-
noses. A new spirit seems to have
takon thu sugar plantera and they
relalzu that they ran do nothing bet
ter for their own Interests than to
have their emploces own their own
"It is by far thu best policy for them
to pursue. It Is better for them and
also better for the people, and I hope
that this will be kept up and we will
nivr. TMr cuieKrT re.
Movamcnt of Their Trado la furnlah
cd by tho Evening Newspaper wr.isn a
a houicncia necessity.
JfBlOB 6 Obnth
Tw.o 'Hundred Road Men
Return To Their Work
Tomorrow will ee 200 njen lu the
road department, put back at work, according-to
Road Supervisor Sam John
son. Theso 1BM1 were laid tilt Jis, the
result of the fear that the money com
ing In would not be sufficient for the
count- expenses for tho rest of the
year. Now that tho taxes have i-omo In
letter than was expected nnd there U
money which can bo used for road work
the men will go back and the old work
will bo finished and Important now
Tho most Important work to bu com
menced immediately wit) bu tho ma
cadamizing of King stifi-t, beginning
nt tho Nuuanii stream anil running Kwit
as far as the new U. S. army post, This
will bo commenced at oncii nnd thr
work will be pushed forward an quick
ly ns possible, that Is consistent with
Another piece of road work which f
of great Importance nnd which Capt
Johnson Is ready to start on right uway
the Mollllll Brldgo to tho baseball
grounds. This road needs attontlop
badly and will reecho It as soon-an
The road from tho HalawK Hill to
the Moana'lua polo grounds Iiur been
finished and Is said to bo In first class
condition by those who travel on It.
In the land depart ment do cM-r thing
wo cau to help It along."
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