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Vol. IX v, 3585
HONOLULU. rKURITORT OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9. J907
rWOB 5 0BNT8
Big Mill Contract
IAUKEA MAKES RADICAL RULE
Tlio 1 lotto 1 1 1 lit Iron Works tin rc-i
reived n riildcKrnin from Manager (J
llrilcninim fioni Japan statins thai liul
has scented contracts for two sugar I
mills to Ik- elected on tin Inlanil of!
lli'ilrniaiin left for Jnjian last month, I
havlne been iriit for by the Tnlniini
Fulto Knmttsiilkl Knwalslia, a Japim-I
ee company which has lari;e Inlciesth
In 1'onnosn, As was stated exclusive
ly In the llitllotln at the lime, llcdo
niann'K object nan In secure a conduit
for building n mill for (lie company
l.atneil. Am It now appears ho has mic
cpimIciI In landing not one lint Iwn urn-tnictii.
cured contracts for two mi par mills
(mm tint Taiwan Sallo Knuusulkl Kii
wnlshn Cotn'iatij," said T. Cllvo Dnvlos
HiIh afternoon. "Thin In the name torn
lan for which wc urn at present build
liiK n mill, which Is at present in the
shops. Hacli of Mm two new mills will
lie of about the name slr.c an the, Wnl
While Dnvlra uonlil not give out the
price. It Ii understood that the (on
trarls uinount In over $l,0ii0,000.
"Vck, we rrcclvcd a cablegram fronij
.Mr. Iledemanu, stnlliiK Ihat lie? had se-
Tlje Civic Federation doen not In
end (o conllne IIh activities lo the
ll(iior ipiestloii alone lit the cnmliiK
legislature. On the lotitrury, II Is pre
paring lo have Introduced both u new
Sniiitii) law and a primary law.
The Sunday law, which the Federa
tion Intends lo try to get passed, has
already been drafted by Benalor Dick
')'. it has two main objects, the one In
1I0 away with all paid entertainments
on Sundays, the other to shut down
on I tic pinnilsumus selling of general
merchandise by the Chinese and Jap'
nnese stores on finhdav
lly doing away With paid entcrtalnj
ments on .Sunday! the proposed law
will operate mainly against the Sun
day baseball, whlrh was Indulged In
last year. It will be rcmcmlwred thnt
11 big battle took place In the Ilasebatl
I.cncnc last Near, when the nncstion
i' rose ns to whether the park should bo
used for paid gutties on Sunday. It
was finally so used.
"Wc do not expect that there will bo
n great deal of opposition from the
baseball men," said n prominent mem
ber of the Clvle Federation this fore
noon. While there formerly was much
opimsltloti, ex)erlence has shown them
(hat the Sunday games were n fnlluro
(Continued on Page Z)
Liquor Men Agree Jo
All Civic Fed.PlanjT
Tlic-CUIe Federation and AlltlKii
twin league and llio l.lipior Dealers'
Association have not been nbto Ui
i.greo on a local option law, Whllo
the committees from these tlireo htsl
les wero able to agrou on almost nil
C'ther provisions or llio new liquor law
which they will bring up in tlio romltiq
Legislature, tlio committee of liquor
men bucked when It enmo to tlio local
option proposition. They snld thai
they had not been authorized to luku
lip this Hilnt, and would therefore, uu
lor Into no discussion on It.
Th'j consequence Is that tlio liquor
law will bo split In two, or, possibly.
Men three, suparato nets. Thesu
would be: first, tlio general law; see'
mid, tlio local option law; and llnl
mi art providing against tlio Issuance
of liquor llrein.es to aliens. Thil
rout no Is taken in order that the gen
cral law Itself can be passed without
tiouhlo. Tlio local option feature will
then stand or fall ou Its own merits,
without causing opposition to the main
Finally the ahtl-allvn provision tuny
(Continued on Pago 2)
ROAD Wli IS 10
Will 1 TO Si
YOU love the order
WE do "e "
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS. Next steamer the Alameda,
Macadamizing Cf Queen
f tret To Cimmence
Itond SupcrvUor Sam .IoIiiimiii sUIc.
that work will begin tomorrow on I no
macadamliitng of Queen street. VI.e
work that Is alicady begun on Klin;
street rroni Palamii. out toward Kulllil
will bo loiid'uucd, as will that on iIih
load In from Mollllll.
Work will ulw) bn commenced alone
llio waterfront soon. The road depart
ment has not much money to bpeml itt
this time, hut Johnson sas that whit
there Is will be tiled to tlio best ad
vantage and everything posib'j will
bn done toward giving Honolulu i.oid
Ill addition to the piojccl.i i ieli
tloned, there Is tunsldcinlilu to be dous
In the way of repalilng iho Injury
caused to the roads 1 (ho recent
Moims. In many plaies the lop dron
ing of tlio macadam has been washed
away and holes have been foiiui'd ;n
tlio roads in various placet.
Tlio action of tlio Hoard of SupciWr
ors In doing nwny with tlio olllco of de
partment engineer promlucs to ma'.ie
it cood deal of trouble, for the ruud de
partment. There are now us part of
the property or this department -ilx
quarries and sown steam rollers, licit
tofore when anything got the mutter
with any of the machinery, Wuoitn
could bo called on to make repalis, t,ut
now It will bo necessary In the entej
where the cuglneeru are uiiublo lo fix
things themselves, to scud the roller
or other machinery to tlio tejiulr shoi,
which In moiit ruses will entell a d;
lay of so eral days.
Sheriff Iaukea Holds
Siicrlsor Oscar Cox, the chairman
ol (ho I'ollcu Coiumlltec, held a long
ronicreuco with Sheriff Curtis I1. Ian
l.ea this moinlnir discussing Iho nbw
j arrangements which lino been made
i for banditti;; tlio department. I lo slat
ed thai ho hid made (hi1 lslt for Ihu
ourpoao of seeing n It would not liu
possible lo cut down the excuses of
llio ilcparlment, as tlio funds of tlio
I Hoard wcro running cry low.
Alter the Interview was over Iho
"Wo have beiti allowed Iho same
I npproptlatlon for this month as was
(allowed for the month of December
and I ni'1 r-ire !.-! no can keep with
li that lliu.t. in February wo will
I avo matters In better miming shape
aid will attempt In letrcnrh wherever
It Is Hisslble. I cannot say at tlio
lacscnl tlmo Just what wo ran do In
this Hue, hut where It Is posslhlo to
save money for tlio County and still
keep Iho pollcu department up to the
1 toper standard, It shall be done.
"No; I hino not nuido any mora np
irlntmentH as yet ami huu none in
Immediate prospect. Wo must get
down to tlio regular work ami seo
wheiu Improvements can bo nuido bo
lore Jumping nt anything of this kind.
Jack Kuluklelu has been appointed a
special policeman and will for tho pres
ent remain In tho olllco of the Deputy
Sheriff, where ho can bo of more as
Hhtunro than anywhere else. Ho will
as soon us this work Is completed and
Mr. Jnrrott is familiar with It in nil
Its branches, como under tho Instriii:
lions of Mr. Taylor, who will havo
charso of tho special:! uiiil detectives."
A block of :25 shares of Itnpld Trail'
Fit stork .was purchased In the Kx
i hunge' this forenoon for u client by
W. Williamson of the Wntorruusu
Trust Co. This Is tho first salo of any
great quantity of this stock for a lonn
lime. Tho price paid was 3fi n share,
thu same as thul of tlio last pru.loiu
Sherllf laul.en announced this aflcr
1'iHiii that he was about to have nn
order posted In the isillco station that
every member of the department who
belonged lo n political club of any kind
must hand In his resignation or give
up Ills imcltlnn on the force.
In speaking of Hie matter he said:
"I wish to rid tho tsillco department
from everything which approaches pol
ities. Thero shall be no political talk
In this building nnd there shall lie no
machine while hold tlio office of Sher
iff. I lmo given my pledge to the pen
plo and will keep It."
"Then If you are n candidate, for n
second teim jou will rim on your own
record entirely and without any assist
ance from it 'police maclilno?'"
"Yes. If I should run u second time.
I might do so and then I might not. I
am a great believer In rotation In office
mid If I hud my way would havo n
law passeil which would prevent any
Sheriff from succeeding himself In of
fice. In this way I bcllee that the po
lice department could be kept out of
I olltlcs to ii great degree
This order, which will be iosted at
once, will affect almost every otllcer
on the. jMillcc force ns up to this tlmo
there has been Itnrdly an officer who
vns not a member of ono of the pre
cinct clubs nnd took a part, mure or
less nctlve, in ikiIHIcs.
M""clnld fruit XprttVit CabUI
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 9. Gov
ernor Glllett was Inaugurated today
with the usual ceremony. The newly
elected Governor In hit mettage to the
Legislature make a. special point of
hit recommendation that the Harbor
Commission of San Tranelsco be In
tAmocMrd I'rtit 3pcil Cblt
LOS ANGELES. Cat.. Jan. 9. The
Santa Fc railway has been Indicted by
a Grand Jury of the Federal Court for
granting rebates. There are 76 counts
against the road.
Special Interest It centered In the
case against the Santa Fe on account
of the prevlout connection of Paul
Morton, ex-Secretary of the Navy, with
How They Would Laugh at You In
EL PASO, Tex., Jan. 9. Eighteen
Chlnete smuggled across the border
from Mexico will be deported.
Help In Life
-AlnnlfAnnlltnln r 5TrtAKllrt'
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock dooro everywhere.
'The time it past when education was
an all-sufficient passport and a guar-
antee of at least moderate prosperity,
Nowadays a man Is measured by hit
clothet at much at by hit knowledge.
Society and butlnett life demands of
its members the observance of a cer
tain code In clothes.
Good taste counts for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
Is always assured in Correct Clothet
for Man, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
THE K ASH CO,. LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL CTRCETS.
CAUTION Is hot KNOWN there. It Is unnecessary.
OOM) Is tho only thing KNO',":
Our stenographer bought 1BOO shares of MOHAWK stork ono )ear ag'i
for $22.. TODAY they nro worth $24,0(10. The famous .MOHAWK was
then n beginner scorned by many who wished to Ihi CAUTIOUS.
is ANOTHER MOHAWK.
R A C I
The CIIIAC Mine has a leaso whlrh In putting out n ton of oro dally
and this nro Is assaying flDOU to the ton.
At 25 cents per sliaro wo aro offering a small allotment of this IS
Semi for our I'llBB MAKKBT hETTKIl
which tells W H Y I
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carried out after your death?
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Just what you mean and say
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Membert San Franclico and Tonapih Mining Exchange.
Suite 243-244 Monadnoek Bldf., San Francises.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 9.
Archbishop Montgomery It terloutly
ill. Montgomery it coadjutor to Arch
STOCKTON, Cal., Jan. 9.
State Federation of Labor at Its ses
tlon here today went on record as op
posed to child labcr.
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia, Jan. 9.
General Pavloff, military Procurator,
The was assassinated today.
General Dratzschvsky has been ap
pointed Prefect of Police to succeed
Launiti, recently assassinated.
TRAINS ARE DELAYED
A llttlo girl liniucd llebeicn Kellej, I
tlio daughter of Krank and Annlo Kol
by. wai liiirnrd to death tills luoinlng BAKERSFIELD, Cal.. Jan. 9. Land
nt her home on (Jnllck street. The lit i slides and wichouts In this section aro
lie dilld. only six jears old. tried to(eausing delay In the railway traffic,
light a lire with kenn-ene and tlio (
llames n.rr.id to her clothing. She was '. A new line of plain and ll-iiml ll.ui-
taken to the Queen's Hospital but died
shoitly nfter reaching the building.
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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.
bIriih fit 10c,
20c nittl H.V a Mini at A.
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ol our most m
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It is a bluchcr cut balmoral, with ,lj
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