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HONOLULU. rKHUITOKY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY. .JANUARY 24, J907
Steamer Connection With
M1Y m WORK ON
DAi INJWO WEEKS
To Discontinue iNow
Would Mean Loss
Work cm tlio Nuiintiu ilnni will uut
Lu discontinued ut pruBi'Ut. (luti-ruor
Carter Btuted tlitn morning Hint an a
lesult nf IiIh conference yesterday aft
1 rnoon with Superintendent of I'ubllo
Works llollowity ami Assistant Hiihi
lulcudcnt Hnwln.nl, It was decided tu
go ahead wlib tlio work until certain
parts nf It llmt nru tiuw in course ut
construction mu n 1 1 1 k 1 1 1 I .
Tlio Guternur states tlial Ihilloway
mill lluwland told lilm that to discon
tinue (lift work Just at present would
mean Iht possible loss to tho Terrl
tor) of ahotit 7.ili)o. Certain vllal
purls of the 1I11111, mainly woodwork,
would lie loft cxK)koiI to Hut action of
tlii- weather, and thoro would lie u
tnoliahlllty of considerable ilctcrlnra
lion, which nilithl necessitate 1I0I11K a
lari;u ail of thu work nil over again.
Hot ii Mr. 1 1 olio nay and Mr. How
land, thu (Jovcrnor says, expressed
thcinscltcK an Ik'Iiik very well satisfied
with IIih ptngiosH being innilo now by
llic contractor. During lh hint two
or throe months I10 luiH. In their opin
ion, been doing nboiit all that could ln
exported of htm.
After thu Immediately prosslni; work
now under. iiyl.-flnlshi-d, nud llu-imposed
iHirtloiiH of tlio dam, wjilch
'might suitor, from, tho action of thu
weather, uie under rover, It Ih possible
that the work will ho temKirarlly mis
petiiled, ih-iiiIIiir InvoritlKatlnn and no
tion on thu pait of tlio Legislature.
Thin will lie at leant two or llireo
ueekH from now, which will bring It
up almost to tho time of meeting of
lot li llollowny mid llowhuid oppose
tiny suspension of the work, hut that
lies In tho discretion of Governor Car
ler, and it seems probable that ho will
order the work ntopixd when ho can
1I0 ho without danger of Injury In
nhat has already hveu accomplishol.
Holloway Wants Contract Cancelled
Superintendent of l'ulillc WorkH llol
lowny expresses himself an very wpll
uatlstled with the progress that linn
been made In tho coiiBtriictlon of tho
Nuiianu dam durluis tho pant three
moutliB. Ho ntatcH that ho cannot mi
derutand why the (lovemor Hhould ho
dlsHUtlslled with whnt Ih now beliiK
1)0110. "I think wo are KottliiR along
(Continued on Paae 2.)
Judcc Giar has received n letter from
Cnptnln l.ucleu YounK congratulntliu
him In tho followliiK temm: "I Bee by
the imiierB of lata that )ou have been
tiiKnKi'd In some patriotic work pre-
ventliiK trnnafer of Lnnnl to the pos
bible poBbOHslon of an ullen power mid
that the courts had sustained our In
Junction. Omni for you."
BULLETIN ADR. PAY
OvnU COMca hfMen I
Mati imcm 'iivvv
aLHaHLKfA vmnBaofff .mJiiJJ
l'H jJlA '
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Committees Will Each
The IMucntlonal Commission, recent
ly Inaugurated by the Civic lVdeiatlou,
baa orKanlied with fifteen membera.
The IVilcratlon selected l Tenney
l'cck an chairman and the CmnmlBnloti
hnH npiKilnted I'erley l Home as cc
lelnry. JiuIkc H. II. Dole and I)r. W. I)
Alexander are advisory membera of.
"The Comiulaalou liaa 110 olllclnl
status or authority," huIiI l'cck today,
when aaked aliotil lla piirtosea, "Itu
iilin Ih tho Improvement ot the public
school syBtcm of the Territory, by
brlliKlUK iH'fore the public, III coiiiho
of time, ilefllllte stiiteuieiits uf Its needs
und possibilities ho as to enlist u fuller
HiipiHiil of the hcbooU by tl.n H'iiplo
Plld the l.enlslalllle.
"AIiIioukIi tho (,'immls"lou Iiuh no
roiiiiectlou with the Deparlinent at
I'ubllo lllBtructloii, the Hnpeiluleiidcnt
and Comuilaaloiier.l ure, NeVel'tbelesa,
ill H)iupalhy with IIh ptirMici and are
prepured to kIvh It all jiosBlb!o Infor
mation and assistance. It plana in
maku 11 thorough conii.irailvj rtudy
of public educational systetn, l.ol'i
Aineilcan and foreluu. Separate (oplca
for IntettlKntloii will be placed in the
hands of Committee. whrMj cl.nlriur:i
will be meinberx uf tho CouunlLilou.
The various committees with the ns
Blstance of audi associate luembem as
they may select, will Kather fncts from
our uwn and other systems rud cm
Ixxly the lesulta uf their study 111 te
porta to the Commission, which will
determine what uctlon shnll be taken
upon them The most picasliiK needs
or our KchoolH will receive llrst alien
Hon." The topic thus far assigned to Coin
mltlcea mid the luiuies or the respec
tive chairmen uro as followa:
1. I'IiicIiik or public school teachers
aalailes iiikiii tho proper busls accord
Iiik lo the proper schedule U T. Peek
2. Additional school accommoda-
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JiuIko Hobliikoii this inornliiK over
lilted the demurrer Interposed by Wil
lie Crawford to the Indictment brought
against him by the laat Grand Jury of
1 tinning 11 gambling game. Crawford
will not have to stand trial 011 tho
President I'lnkhnm will make efforts
lo have the legislature secure n more
rrecpicnt steamer service to Kalaupapa.
us the present 0110 uf one steamer 11
week la Inadequate and cumbersome.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
tainers to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT '
WELLS-FAR QO OFFICE
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time Is past when education waa
an all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity,
Nowadaya a man Is measured by his
clothes as much as by his knowledge.
8oclety and business life demands of
Its membera the observance of a cer
tain code In clothes.
Qood 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.
THE K ASH CO,, LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
STEAMSHIP LINE FROM
SAN PEDRO TO ORIENT
VIA HONOLULU CERTAIN
A steamship lino furnishing direct
couimunliatloii between Southern Cal-
Morula mid the Islands, mull as has for
11 long lime been the fond hope of the
business community, Is now certain.
What Is more, the line will not consist
of a solitary steamer, plying lietweeu
Honolulu and Han I'edro, but uf a Meet
uf modern tcssels making the full run
tu Oriental ports via this city, an Inter
i sting account of the matter Is given
In the I .os Angelea Herald, January VI,'
us follows: ,
Announcement made exclusively In
Tho Herald ycslerday regarding the
plans for 11 steamship lino letween San,
I'edio mid Honolulu was continued
Jestcnlay, with the additional Inform:!-'
Hon thut the line will extend across
the l'aclllc und Include jiorls of Japan
und Chluu, Instead or (onllnlug lis op-l
erntlous to Sail I'edro ami Honolulu. !
J. Hobs Clark, vice president tif the'
Halt l.ulo load, said yesterday that'
The fclliwl a' wireless telegram
was received by the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company today:
KONA, Hawaii, Jan. 24. Activ
ity In crater butWlow 'ceased last
I.. Tenney l'cck stated this
morning that ho had' yesterday
declined to uccopt tho position uu
tho Hoard or Education offered
bill) by thu Governor. Carter will
now have to select someono else
to take tho position which was
left vacant by tho resignation nf
C. I.. WlKbt.
Painter's materials of all kiudB can
he procured ut I-ewcrs & Cooke, Ltd.
They also carry the famous llubbucl.'a
boiled and raw linseed ulls.
and care l'n connection with the admin
istration of an estate Is assumed by us
ond by methodical system and the util
izing of years of experience, we are
able to render Judicious and highly sat
Fori St. tQonoIul.
his road had made an agreement with
a steamship loinpany to handle tralllu
to and rioiu 11 Hue to be established by
them lu the Orient.
Mr. Chirk said thut the plans or Hid
steamship company probably would
be made public within a week or two
but that In thu meantime the promot
ers of the projtct desired fur vurious
leaaous that their liumes be withheld.
It developed yesterday, honetrr. Dial
the men who uro planning to estab
lish a line or steamers la-tueeii Hun
I'edio, und tho Orient ure the nunc
promoters who have just completed
the purchase uf a steamer updating
In Atlantic waters, for use uu the l'a
clllc. This steamer. It now develops,
will be the nucleus of the promised
line to run between Hull I'edro and the
lu discussing the affair yesterday,
.Mr. Clark said:
"We have agreed with a steamship
loinpany to handle (rattle to and from
Don't Overlook The Fact
That legitimate Nevada mining
securities offer tremendous profits to
wide- awake investors. We have
lived at the mines and positively know
the limits of every stock we recom
mend. It will be to your advantage
to consult us before buying. Write
or cable us for information on any
stock. No charge for this service.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members, San Francisco A Tonopah Mining Exchange,
Suite 243-244 Monadnock Building,
8an Francisco, California,
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY. NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE 8TORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1050-1065 BISHOP 8T. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILOINO.
San Pedro Assured
I. line to be established by tliviu to the
Orient, but us this Is their affair more
J than ours I do not feel ut lllx-rty to say
I what the plans are or give thu Identity
of Hie steamship me. I can only say
that the project Is assured and will be
(ready for the public III u few weeks ut
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11113 IllUall, II IIUH III! IIH J'llMtlJ'U, 'l
jut freight carrying, but will handle
"This Hue has nothing to do with
the one talkc. of by the Hull Uike
Itallroad (oiiipuuy some mouths ugo.
The Halt like has no money Invested
In this simply bus u trurilc agreement
Discussion ol plana for a Hue of our
own never reached a serious stage lu
fact, It was never discussed ut great
length. Tlio need uf 11 Hue uf steamers
to the Orient bus been felt more than
ever in the last Jeur, mid there Is no
doubt but that It will do u big business
nud at the same time Imptove business
generally lu Us Angeles mid Houlherii
Millions Want No
For Navy1 Japanese
MtH'-rliif-it ' fiiiorl.il '"(.Mil M-J- lofcil lt '"r.frrol CHi
WASHINGTON, D C Jan 24 The BACRAMCNTO Cal.. Jan. 24. A
Naval Dill, carrying with it an appro caucus of the Republicans in the Str
priatlon of JW-OOO.OOQ., has been pats-late today pasad a reMlutin against
ed by Congress. CUdmitting the Japanese to cltiatenttitp.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 24. I
Stevens, who succeeds Shontt, has
been given the combined positions of
LChalrman and Chief Engineer of the
Panama Canal Commission,
R. A. Alger
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Jan. 24 Sen
ator Alger, of Michigan, died her to
day, llussoll A. Alger, when u boy,' work
ed on a farm earning money to defray
ixHiiaes at Itushflcld, ()., Academy
Taught school two winters; was iidiull-,
mu 111 in" unr is., J, i-uiereii luiniierwg
business IhilO, enlisted Kept 2. Jkl.l;
serteil us i'ii plain and major lu thu
Kecoml .Mlcl sail; cleclcd (iowmor of
.Michigan I' W. commander In ililef
.(Iruud Am,, A tho Republic IhSH. up-
ilnted V a Hcnator mo..', und elected
to succeed himself llMil.
Mr Alger was one or the most prom
inent lumbermen of I ho nulled Hlulus.
largo tracts or limber Ihriiiighuul Hie
middle iiud northwest sections being
under his control, lie wns Hecrelury
or War under .McKlnley und was forc
ed lu retire 1111 account of tho llerco
criticism growing out of tho beef con
tracts. Judge Do Holt yesterday approved
the second utiuiiul uccoimtH or K. A. C.
Long, administrator or tho catnle or
It. W. Hull.
For All Parts
go to make The Thompson line of
PRICES $4.00, $1.50 4 $5.00.
INNERSOLE SOLID OAK SOLE
COUNTER-BEST SOLE LEATHER
THREAD WAXED LINEN HEMP
LINING WATERPROOF DUCK
BOTTOM FILLING-FINEST CORK
OUTER SOLE ROCK OAK SOLE
STITCHING BEST 8ILK THREAD
6HANK THOMPSON'S STEEL
HEELS BE8T 80LC LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Go., Limited,
VICTORIA, 0 C Jan. 24. The
steamer Tydeau today rescued eight
cen members of the Japanese crew of
the Kayama Maru Just as their vessel
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 24. A
jury In the Circuit Court of this city
has rendered a verdict against the
Commercial Union Assurance Co
which attempted to evade the payment
of Insurance claims aftrr the disaster
en account of the earthquake clause In
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.. Jan. 21
Dve Jurors were obtained today in the
trial of Harry Thaw for the murder of
Do net let care get away
from you when you have
papers of value to be kept.
We have safe deposit box
es for rent for four dol
lars a year and upward.
There Is no danger of loss
by fire or burglary.
The Henry Walerliouse
Trust Company, Lid.
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