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HONOLULU. riOURITOUY OF HAWAII. TUKSDAY. .IANUAKY 8, J907
Fiuob 5 Oknth
js w? i "wfv lw"'7i HJI' JH
i)Vi Will Did TOM 1
May Raise Road Laborers
Pay if Funds Are
ALL COUNTY OFFICERS'
SALARIES TO COME IIP
BOARD WILL MAKE APPOINT
MENTS OF PARK KEEPERS
AND OF KOOLAULOA
The lner-tlng "f tlm Hoard ot Super
visois, uhii.li will t:iki pi.uc loolghtj
will In mini) x -i is In' of tliu gieali.:ll
Impoitanie, i'ii''lall n tliu vllal mat-1
ler of iiulurles will Ik thu main husl-j
nets of tho meeting. While tlm np
polnliueiUh of department heads and,
lliclr staffs were made jesterduy, tliu.
qit!m if hiiI.ii mm was left until to-
nl'tlit. I'lie Hii.ihI will deddu (in tho.
pay not mil) of tin- nnlii olllceis, lint
nlso or the minor employes. J
'I hi! iimlii ipicstlou In regard to sul-i
nrler will ! that nf th pay of the'
ordinal)- iii.nl hiboicr, whether It hIiuIIi
be raised fiiun ?l.'jr. tn $1.50 u day or
not. During tho campaign the then
lainllilatcs made many rosy promises
of better daB for tint man with the
dinner IiiII,.'uikI this large part of their
nmtilltiicncy has fur some lime pant
Irecn looking forwnril to wllh much ex ,
pcctniicy, wlieii llili; all-lmiMiitanl mut
ter would lip decided. I
Tlm time will cinuu tonight, and the
new Supervisors will have n illlllcullj
iliiestlim on their bauds. The town,
im-mUrx of the Hoard pi ofess. to being
In favor of mining tile pa) of the ronilj
l.ilinreru, lint at the same time the)
lei.llre that before nn)thlng of tho
Mud Ik dune, they must lie sine thai,
the cash Is furthcoming, which will'
enable them to l.eep It up.
"It In a ery dlllleult iiuestlon lo p.ixti
(in, mid I cannot ray now jut where I1
will Htunil," nalil Clialimau Clrirlenj
iliii'laie, when asked how lie Intended
lo ule un the pioponltlon "I for one
Kill not stand In the way of a raise ot
the labour's pay, but there Is a ipiej-'
Hon of MnaucoK Imohcil. Wo iiiusl
(Irst lee how much money we will hae,j
und cut the coat to lit the cloth." I
S C. Dwlcht expressed himself about
like HiiBti.ee, stating that he could not'
Hiiy exactly wheie he stood, m ho hnd
not jet Riven tho matter much thuiiRlit.
(Continued on Pig 2)
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WE o the rest.
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS. Next steamer the Alameda,
form Uotiiea brJIei
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Immigrants Resent Jokes
Made At Their
I'ndor the headliiR of ".Military Spy. '
mi article, has npiieared In loi-.il Jap
unese papers. It stntes that tl o imml
llinnls who nrrlved on the s.otnwMp
Chtiisu Mum weru Biibjeded lo ti.i 1111
usuul nitthod of exauiliiitlou by thu
ImiiilKiallon olllclaU. AeionMi.); to
this story It appears that on" of thu
immigrants, who wore two medals on
hlu lii-can with his military uiiiroini,
wits lalled forth and tjUen military sic
lules by tho ofilclals. These he re
Fponded lo ery iiulckly by ralslnt; his
liaml to his ilj;lit tar while he drew
Ms lei;s loi;ethei' mid stood nt uttin
Hon. thu man thoiiKbt that bo wus
lielni; examined iindei strict nillltarv
rules mid, beliiK familiar with these,
be conducted himself accordingly. Thu
oindals took him to bu a military tp).
and he wns therefore, examined very
strictly,-At'the conclusion of the v.hol
tliliiK be asked thu olllclal Interpreter
how he stood In hlu military examina
tion mid wns Informed that It wus only
u Joke. This uuticicd the Immigrant,
nml hit cxpiessed Ills opinion that such
Josh examinations should not bu re
pented. The Japauesu coniinuiilt) tl'lekii, at
routing to ihu liapjrs mentioned. Hint
pending the decision of the school ipiet.
tlo'i, Bi'ch jokes, esiu'Llull) with the
Iniiulgiiints who mo ignorant of tin
laws of the Tertltury, should not be
made, as they will only lead them to
foim Mime suspicious Ideas. The) nay
further (hat should this Information
he (oiuiniinlcnted to the San KiiiucIklo
liapeis, they will iniike the matter
woite, und will probably lead to
slicnMheu the feeling existing between
tho American and tho Japanese. Theio
weio Bourn rather iinLompllmentary ex
piesslons usid by the olDcluls nt the
I line and the Immigrants have since
learned what tfiey meant. Hope Is ex
pressed that hercaller tho immlgrantb
will receive belter treatment ut the
hands of the ofilclals. United States
Dlutrkt Attntnc) Mreckous wus pics
cut Willi Intcrpreler Watsuuumu.
SAN FRANCISCO, Csl Jan. 3.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.5S
cents or $71. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.85 cents.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Jan. 7.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 8 1-4d. Par
ity, 3.81, Previous quotation 8s 10 1-2d.
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time Is past when education was
an all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity.!
Nowadays a man is measured by his
clothes as much as by his knowledge.
Society and business life demands of
Its members the observance of ft cer
tain code In clothes. I
Good taste counts for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
Is always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
Help in Life
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. 8.
The trial wat begun today of John
Siemsen, the iort Hawaiian, for mur-i
e'er of Munakata, the O'Farrell ttreet
Tho p'rlnclpal Incident of the day
was the inspection of the bank where
the murder was committed by the
Judge, jury and Siemsen.
SACRAMENTO, Cat., Jan. 8. Gov
ernor Pardee's message to the Leglsla
ture favors the separate education of
the Japanese. He thus supports the
position of San Francisco on the pub
lic school question.
OOVERNORS-TAKE -THEIR -NEW
DENVER, Colo., Jan. C. Governor
Buchtel was Inaugurated Governor of
the Stale today. The ceremonies
were heH In the Methodist Church.
HELENA, Mont., Jan. U. Governor
Toole was inaugurated today with fit
OISE, Idaho, Jan. 0. Governor
Goodlrg was Inauguraieu today.
TEHERAN. Persia, Jan. S. The
Shah l jrala in dying.
Sum Jolineon today sent In his les
iguutl'iii a ii it member of Iho Itepubll
(an Count" Committee, and uxeculhu
commute'! of .Milch he Is a member
Snm suyfl that he Intends lo attend to
hlu duties In thu road and guibugo I;
partiiicuts and Itiue jiolltlcs out .ihu
Made A Will
Are you sure your wishes
will be honestly and faithfully
carried out after your death7
We prepare wills that say
Just what you mean and say
Talk the matter over with
us. It will be confidential.
Fort 8t. Uonolul'i
Wm QUifS P0UT1GS
LANAI Change In
ivAyie flenr, attorney for Link Mi- j
Cam! lens In tho Lannl land case, hnsj
illed Ills reply brief to the brief of the
lespondent, I -mil Commissioner I'rntt,
Illed by tlm Attorney (lcnern)'s De
partment. Judge lie Holt nuked the ultorne)s
for the two sides to tile Inlef deulllig
with two questions whether or not
the Complainant .MiCundh-sr bad null!
dent Interest In law In the matte! toj
Ive lilm the right to usk for an In-.
Jundloii, rind whether or not the Uiinl
Comiuinsloner bos power lo pell or ex
dinnge jiiibllc lauds under !t-.ie
dear takes the ground that the Ijinnlj
lauds tiiu now iindei least anil pioduiu
lentiil which goes to the Tenllor) Hi
Is not specllUd, lie claim.), that they!
me to ho exchanged for luiome pro
ducing lands, ti'ul (ointninently be says
that their exchange memia thu loss to
tlm Tcnltory of (he lental now re
ceived He figures this loss will
amount to flG.OUO.
MiCundlesu us a tuiu,er will have
to share whatever ol burden this liu
liyses iikiii th citizens of the Terri
tory, und un IhliviuiHinl bis attorney
QUICK ACTION NOW
WILL AIM) TO YOUK HANK
Portland Goldyke Mining Co.
60,000 SHAIti: ALLOTMENT NOW OITUIIKD TO TIIU I'UIILIC AT 10
CKNTH l'L'lt SHAIti:.
Tho coming WONULU
Thu plieuomvnal 110NANZA.
WONDLIt Is NOW u camp of (lOLCONDAS.
Tho two full claims belonging to this Company wero thu two Mrs!
claims staked In this WONDnill'UL district and they weiu staked when
prospectors hud the pick of the wliolu country.
A GILT-EDGED GROUND-FLOOR OFFERING OF 100,000 SHARES
AT 25 CENTS.
Are YOU going to be In this?
Are YOU going to be RICH?
WE GUESS YOU ARE
Write us for our Free Market Letter quickly.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
Suite 243-244 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco.
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLI8HLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BISHOP ST, ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 8. The
Houte subcommittee on Chlnete Imml-
nratlnn hla aniv.H tn an 9miinrim.nl
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rr ins tnineie exclusion law provioing
for the Insoeetlon of boats at the
points of embarkation as well as land
ing. No Chinese
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 8. The
Congressional Committee has return
ed from an Insoeetlon of the Panama
Canal work. It has expressed the be
lief that Chinee labor Is not neces
sary to the work. President Roosevelt
In his special message advocated a
limited number of Chlnete.
.i h ir,K, s.X a xii)i)i;fX)ix
liases the Interest of thu lomplalnaul.
As to the siwer of the Uiud Com
missioner to sell or leaso public lauds,
under lease, the brief takes the ground
that the luw forbids the sulu ot public
' ' '
Governor Curler today Imlted to
lunch with him at the l'aclflc Club
II T Wills of the New York Com
mcrrlnl, and his private secrctnr), K
K. lingers, and Secretary Jack Atkln
ron nnd the members of the Joint com-
mltteo from the Merchants' AhsocIu-
Hon and the Chnmbcr of Commerce
Thu Idea of the luncli wim to bring
the men tog-ether to discuss the matter
of the proposed Pitu-I'iiilflc exposition
and Colimilar Congress, Mi. Wills bus
expressed much Interest In Hie matter
KOREA HAS SAILED
Ilackleld & Co. have received noti
fication bv cable that the Koicu billed
from Yokohama today with 1100 tons
of freight und iiccommoilalloii for 100
pasieiinirs from Honolulu to thu Const.
land III greater nuioiiiits than MM'
aires, mid the exchange proposed ..
blmllar to n sale, riirthermort, the
(omplultiunl (ouleiide that the law foi
blds even the lease of lauds which mu
under le.'iw and tl - lease has still two
)eari l run. (In) ' lease of Hie Uumi
laud?, he xas, has until Jniiunty 1,
lliin to run.
Afler dealing w'tli thu questluus nl
Issue, the attorney for the complainant
goes Into matters of public policy, and
appends home newspaper cllpplnga.
One of them is thu one that was pub
lished rnenlly giving President Roose
velt's Idea us to Ihu future of Hawaii
mi'! limiting him as sa)lng that what
Hawaii needs ! u middle class. Just
how the exchange of the Uinnl hinds
will tend to I. "ei down tiny such class
Is not stall l
IVput) .' orney Genetal Mllverton,
who In ii.i Mug thu mnttei foi the
1-unl Coi ilsiloner, has nskul Judge
lie Holt to give lilm until Saturday to
familiarize himself with the brief nnd.
II iH'unuury, to file n reply brief It Is
piohjhle that thu Judge will give his
decision In thu mutter tome time next
Deputy Sheriff Jnrrutt made his first
arrest since taking olllco this after
noon, when ho took Into custody Jou
Hun on u charge ol assault with a
knife. Ilau attempted to disembowel
his wlfu a few days ago and she Is
now In thu hospital In a dangerous
Four dollars a year pays
for the security furnished by
us for your valuable papers.
It is worth It for the restful
sensation you experience In
knowing that your family will
not be bothered with the
courts after you have gone.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
of our most
popular new shapes in men's
It is a Llucher
medium extension sole. Made
of surpass kid
Catinat Due At This
Port 'on About
SQUADRON FROM JAPAN
SHOULD COME JAN. 25
U8UAL NAVAL RECEPTION AND
SALUTE WILL BE GIVEN TO
FOREIGN VESSELS WHEN
THEY REACH HERE
Admiral Very. In (barge of the local
Naval Station, paid n (all to the i:x
t-cutlve building today and held n few
minutes' conversation with (lovernoi
Caller Tile object of his call was t(
r.diiuliil thu (luvcrnor with tho lnfor
inatlon wblih ho had received In ro
card to the coming visits fiom Piencb
mid Japanese wur vessels.
'through the Kieiith Consul in tlili
Uty Admiral Very bus been Inforim-.
Hint the Trench cruiser Catinat, whlc i
van in this harbor four months act
-.'II i b.ibly arrive about January L'3
a'tii vlslu'vvhlch she has been p.ll:i
lo dlffeiout polls on the coast of Ci.II
fomla and Muxlco. Shu will bu gtvel
the tisu.il retention which Is au-oium
'to all foietgn war vessels which eutei
un American port.
About January 25, bo Admiral Vet'
has been Informed by the llultci'
states unvul attache ut Toklo, Un
three Japanese training ships may hi
expected. Tho length of their sta) In
this Kirt Ih not known, but they wil
I be received with nil thu honors due t(
thu olllcur who lias command of tin
' III l.tlf.iril 111 tlm ullir-..ullMti Ill-it 'll
would mortify the Americans in Hu
wall lo have nothing bin the HoimoU
In poll to gleet thu distinguished
(nests," the Intler lefenlug to the Jai
;.i use training ships which should nr
nvo hcio about January 23, tho opin
ions ot those who have hud uxpuileiicc
in such matters seems to differ from
lliosu expressed by Ihu morning p.ilT
When nskul what tho custom Id
such a ensu was by a lliillotln reportci
this morning, Admiral Very, who picii
I'bly knows thu etiquette where nav 1
matters a 10 concerneil us well us ai
one In Honolulu, said:
"I can see 110 occasion for orderiu
Miy American vessels to this pott on
account of the coming visit of thu Jap
mese training ships."
"Is It customary to order vessels to
:. port whole foreign win ships uru ex
pected?" "No, I cannot sny that It Is. I yco
110 roat.011 why ships should bu ordered
heui 011 such nil occasion."
Hobeit W. Shingle of the Wuterliouse
Tuibt Compiiny left In today's Kitinil
for llllo iiiicl the Vol-ano House, 011
busltie-'s Liiniieiled with the Hawaiian
.Mahogany Lumber Company. He will
Inspect the forests controlled by Hie
company, nnd intends to luturu In Hie
Kluaii next Saturday.
cut Balmoral, with
with mat kid
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