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Hatte. but Without Kelt"; and this
should I)' trie creed of ilorr aJver-
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!2 PAGES-HONOLULU rKHKITOKY OF HAWAII. .SATURDAY. JANUARY 26, 1907-12 I'AGIiS
Pkiob D Oknth
Lava-. From Crater On
Side of Mauna Loa
COULI) NOT REACH EDQli
LAVA APPEARS TO HAVC RUN
OUT ON ALL SIDES AP
PEARANCE OF FLOW,
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4 (Special to thu lliillctlu ) 4
4 Kallua, Koiii. Jim. S&.Hiui- 4
4 day morning Juiiunry l!0tli Mr. 4
4 (It ii. Mucdoiigall wont it tliu 4
4 sldu of Mniiuu I.ou towards tliu 4
4 xuiircu (if tliu recent iIowh. 4
4 At ail elevation (if iiliinit "lion 4
4 feet lie fuiiml tin' highest (prob- 4
utile) outlet and apiroacluil tu 4
4 within u few hundred foot of It. 4
4 The riccenn wan illlllcult, Hindu 4
4 with a native guide ami rimmI 4
4 mules, hut hoiiiu of the illHtuacu 4
4 hud tu lit traversed afoot 4
lleiu tliu mollcn material watt
Roinlni; nut, hut very Hhurtly ills-
- n,.oro,l 111 II.- vurtll wheru It
4 flow oil for about If, liilleR apiiear- 4
Inc aealll. .When Mr. Mucdoug-
all returned In the evening the
tloW'waB still an uctlco uu over.
TiioHday. howover, there
seemed tu hi) uu uhateiuelit on
the Kona Hide, and ut tliu hIIu of
the previous oxlillilllon tliere In
4 little now to he Been except tliu 4
4 Interesting aftermath.
4 Hut no doiiht tliu tlow bus not 4
4 ceased, uud where It will break 4
4 out M u iiiestlon
A party arrived thin mornliiK, Jan
uary 23, on (lie Milium I.oa, and those
of thorn rortiiuuto enough t Hecure
the services of Mr. Macdougall will
lirobuhly hcu something.
Smoke envelops the Koiiiim and
probably the, most of tlilH side of ilu
wall. One cult look ut the midday
Btm without blinking.
Seeing the reputation Kona has for
big HtorluM iiind fakes Kenorally, It 'h
to bu hoped that no, one will return tu
Honolulu illnapitolntetd, for theso has
been no exaggeration as to tliu splen
dor of tliu Bight.
(Continued on Pao 2A
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
tainer to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
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M MM BUYS
M HAWAII INff
Pays Baker $32,000 For
1800 Acres Of
AlmtliMi l.lif rtnifli ilf.nl nil tlnwnll
by which Col. Sam I'arker buyH liooj
ueres of land from Col. linker, ban
jimt been completed, linker also buys
11 acres of laud In Haumkuu District
In tliu leeord olllce tliu trananctlou
In covered by u deed whereby llaker
Bells tu Sam Parker 180S acres of the
nhupuaas of Walhoebou and Lalakea.
which (idjolim the hinds of the raclllc
Mm Co. niul the Parker land. Ilu re
serves, however, a ntrl of land iim
iiIiir tliu full leiiKth of tliu Wulmea
boundary, containing 175 acres. Tim
land cuuvejed Is nuarauleed to be
tree from nil encumbrances, with the
exception of u lease of u 30-foot rlitht
of way through II to the Uamakiu
The next document recordod In a
mortcaKu by Sam I'arker to llaker,
whereby he mortuuKcs tu him for J31!,-
noil the same premises as described In
the deed. Tliu term of the mortnnKu
Is ono year with Interest payable ut
fix per cent Mrs. Cumpbcll-l'urker
uIkiih u teleasu of the dower ilitht tu
Finally n deed Is recorded by which
I'arker sells tu llaker 11 1-4 acres of
laud at lluliia, Uamukua, for $&uuO
This land mis bouclil b) Purkei In
IST7 for :tiii).
Ah can bu Keen by these Instril
incuts I'arker actually buys the Isui)
ncru tract, tliu ninrtRUKu beliiK In Hit)
nature of u deferred pajmeiit there
lor. It in understood that l'nrker
wantH tliu land to use It In connection
wttn tliu llomuula sheep station. The
btutlon la several days' ilrlvo from the
shipping isirt, whore the sheep are
flilpHd. The Idea Is tu drive tliu
sheep from llomuula tu tho newly tie
ipilred land, anil tu let them stay
tbeiu for some tluiu hefoiu shlpiiliu,'
Ihem, In order that they can bu In
pood condition at the time of hIiIih
liient. The tract was formerly the
property of I'arker, hut he void It to
Maker, who now Bells It back imulu
MRS. C0FER DIED
TODAY IN NEW YORK
AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS
Dr. Herbert received u cablegram
from New York today uiiiiouuciiiK the
death of MrH. I.. B. Cofer fiom pneu
inoulii. MrH. Cofer was seriously III
only a week, ulthoiiKh she bus been
on Invalid for months. She left here
accompanied by her husband about
two mouths iiK'o. Up to the last week
her health was steadily IliiproviUK.
The iiuwh will be a sad shock to
Mrw. Cofer'H many frlendB hem mid
the most slnceie syinpatjiy will ko
nut to l)r Cofer.
To ba correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time Is past when education was
n 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 member the observanco 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 Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN A CO.
THE K ASH GO. -LTD,,
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COR; FORT and HOTEL STREETS I
Help In Life
BEST SINCE H
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4 Volcano limine, Hawaii, .Ian 4
4 lit Mldilltht--I have Just re- 4
4 turned from tliu pit with u'purty 4
4 of twenty and the display Is max. 4
4 nlllcent The whole lloor, which 4
4 Is rlslliK, In a innss of HccthlliK
4 Maine with several fountains 4
p1.iv Inc. ami spoutlnn from .i) lo 4
4 78 feet The ttuhle Informs me
4 that there has been no action
4 to compare with Mils since lS'.H
4 V THOMPSON.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 2G. John
Siemsen, the gasplpc murderer con
demned to death, was taken to San
Quentin prison today.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26 Dr. C. W.
Towwnsend, prominent In the city,
was mysteriously shot at his home to
day. It Is believed he Is fatally In
jured. Six Lives
DOVER, N. H., Jan. 26. The Coche
co cotton mill was burned today. Six
lives were lost and half a million dol
lars worth of property destroyed..
MADRID, Jan. 26. The sessions of
Parliament have been suspended
pending the result of the elections.
and care In connection with the admin
istration of an estate Is assumed by us
and by methodical system and the util
ising of years of experience, We are
able to render Judicious and highly sat
l company, uu.
l f I
Law To Be
4 Sheriff Inuken announced that
4 he ban resolved to enfoico the
curfew law. Ho ban been con
4 HlderliiK the matter ami ban
4 come tu the conclusion that this
4 law, which Is on the Btntute
4 books, should ho enforced
4 The Sheriff thinks that If chll
4 dreli weru prohibited fiom beliiK
4 on lliu streets at nlKht, there
4 would bo less occasion for the
4 police tu bu clmsliiK petty
4 thieves and theie would be less
4 of tliu pllferliiK that Is koIiik on
4 so constantly now.
4 The curfew law ban not been
4 enforced for a lorn; time Its
4 provisions are strlnKcnt uud uf
4 fict not only children who are
4 found on the streets after hours,
4 hut also their paienls who allow
4 Ihem lo bu out. In fact, the
4 punishment of the parents is
4 iircnlcr than If.. -it of the chll
4 Under the rrovlcloiis of the
a ii, nv vln.l under If. yearn or
4 iiKe, who, except lu c.aso of lie
4 eesslly, shall ko or remulii upon
4 any public Ktieut or highway
4 ufletr U o'clock In tliu uvciiIiik
4 uud before -I o'clock lu the morn
4 Iiik, shall bu punished by n line
4 of not iiioiu than live dollars or
4 by Imprisonment not exceeding
4 fourteen c!as."
4 Parents or guardians who shall
4 permit their children to violate
4 this law uru subject to u line of
4 not more than $10 or by Imprls
4 onmeiit not exceeding 20 dus.
4 "I llileml to enforce tliu curfew
law," said .Sheriff lankea thin
4 inornliiK, not only against the
4 children hut also against their
4 parents. There Is too much row.
4 (blsm on the streets ut night. 1
4 think If tliu children weru kept
4 ut home nights, where they be
4 long, there would bu less trouble
4 uud fewer petty crimes. I am
4 going tu see that they lire kept
4 off the HtieetH ut night."
LADIES' NIGHT. FREE 8KATING.
Thai Is for nil thu fulr sex, tonight
nt tliu rink. Ah tliu rink closes ut tliu
uud of this mouth all will want lu
taku advantage of thu last chances
to skale Hand music for the Julllll
ration of thu crowd.
The Money You
THI8 SHOULD NOT BC SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR If AT THE STORES OF
J. HOPP Sr CO.
1O53-1OO9-10C5 BISHOP &T.
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4 A N Campbell of Die llcnr 4
4 Will tIioiihu Trust On Ltd re 4 .
cehed the following this morning 4 I
4 from It V ShlliKle. who Is ut
4 tin- Volcano House 4
4 "Kll.iuea making magnificent 4
4 display DimIrh believes that nc- 4
4 thlty will continue for Home 4
4 lime Oiin )oii arrange to coino 4
4 mi on in) retain? 4
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(Special llillletln Wireless)
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 26, 2:35 p. m.
Kllauea continues filling up and the
activity is Increasing.
Company D, N. G. H., will march
from Glenwood tonight to the Volcano.
Lycurgus Is having a telephone put
In at the pit.
(An.Hitti I'l-t-fj Special Cubll)
BERLIN. Jan. 26. Emneror Wit
'llam has publicly extended his con
gratulations to von Buelow on his
success In the elections. The Social
ists lost heavily.
(Atnoilattd Vif SvicM Call 1 1
SAN FRANCI8CO, Jan. 26. The
Burns hantlicap was won by Kerche
val; time, 2.08 1-5. Loglstllla second
and Slredward third.
BULLETIN ASS. JAY
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO.
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FOUND 1 LUKA
Revenue Cutter Sighted
By Ventura Early
The Oceanic steamer Yen I ura arriv
ed this morning fiom Sun l-'inticlseo
brliixiiiK two dnH mall uud u large
p.isseiiKer list Of tliosu in the llrst
lahlii O'.t weru for Honolulu niul there
ueiu iiI-ki Ifi second class uud seven
sH-ernRu passeiiKcrH for tills city. Tliere
me mil) .1.' through passeiigcrH In the
hrst tnblu mid -." uud four les.H'cttvfly
In thu set olid class uud sleernge
The Ventinii sighted thu Manning
this morning ut 1 30 ubotit r.5 miles ntt
port mid the olllcers state that she was
iruhdiiK Hlowly around, evidently
searching for the l.ukn without result.
No t-lgn uf the little schooner was sein
by the Ventura as she mine In uud thu
olIUerH uf the Ventura weru unaware
of the mission of the Manning till they
leached this port uud made Inquiries.
The Ventura brings abntit IS tout ol
told storage products for this city nun
u small amount of general merchan
dise She has no potatoes on board but
inu) be persuaded lu allow thu local
dealers lu purchase a fivv from the
hlilp'H Btorcs us wns done when the
Sierra was In jHirt
That Chief of Detective Talor uud
(lllUer Joe I-:il are working up a repu
tation amoiii; tliu bad votiugBtcrs ol
llilsillj wan proved lo a certainty e-
tiriuy. The two otttiers weru driving
iluttii Alakea Htreel isti-rd.i) lifter-
lion when they passed a small boy who
teitin-l to luie his hands full of home
Ibl IK. He looked up as they iiiinu past
cm', evidently lecogulzed the ollldmti.
111! next move was to throw whnt he
wss cur) lug Into tliu yuiU of a houso
vlcli be vtai near nnd then to
Annjilly lie down mi (he sidewalk
liild (ommeliied to yell "I no huve nut.
i make Hud I no steal,"
All thin happened before the ofllcer
bad eiu left tile hack or Had sisiken
lo the joungsler who mid ieeiignl7iil
the leiors-to-evll-doers us they weru
going p.1Bt The Bluff which hud neon
thrown nwuy was founl to bu soma
brass mtliiRH nnd n fame which bad
been taken from thu lluvvuit.ui Hotel.
The oungster kept uji hbi bliou'.l'ig
nnd yellliiK while be was bcliuj taken
uwu unit Ik now helm; cliarKvil with
Initvny in the m-iiiiiiI degree and will
luobablv ttel a term lu the Reform
School when be is broiiRlit before
Judge Whitney His name In John
II W. Klehuhn returned from
sightseeing trip on Hawaii, today
i H si 1 1 1 w sW w B S H
For All Parts
go to make The Thompson line of
PRICES $4.00, $4.50 A. $5.00.
INNERSOLE - SOLID OAK 80LE
COUNTER-BEST SOLE LEATHER
THREAD WAXED LINEN HEMP
LINING WATERPROOF DUCK
BOTTOM FILLING-FINEST CORK
OUTER SOLE ROCK OAK SOLE
STITCHING BEST SILK THREAD
SHANK THOMPSON'8 STEEL
HEELS BEST SOLE LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited,
I fill ''
Appeal Of Gamblers Has
TWO KEEPERS OF GAME OCT
SIX. MONTHS EACH AND
THE REST 2!
The next time a bunch of ChlncPP
gamblers ts lonvlcled In Hie K)llie
uiiirt and sentcmed lo pay n line, the
chances are that the) will think iiIkjui
two or llnee tltncH before they lake nil
uppe.il to the Circuit Court The dln
nstroint result of the appeal of the fa
mous CS will loom up before them like
u hay slack in front uf nil mil.
t)r the B8 were handed a package
this morning by Judge Itohlnsou that
made them feel sick anil Jarred tbeiu
out uf their usual expression of guile
All but two of them got a flue of V
and (lists each, the costs amounting tu
$2.D0 fur encli Chink Thu ulher two, ,
who were prilved to bu thu kee'rs ofV
the game'. Will Improve the slilnlnc'T
hours over oil the reef for thu next six
months, laboring for thu Territory.
Ami there In mi pal kau tliere. Leave
like behind, nil e who enter there.
The two unfortunates uru Ah Wal
nnd Chilli? Tnl. They lire thinking now
how nice It would lie If they had never
iiplieuletl. Kor In the District Court
ChliiR Tnl not no Jail Henlence. while '
that uf Ah Wal was only one month.
Now they both get six long, put kirn
less inontliH. And the worn! of It nil in
Hint they win i.nve tu work.
When tourt uiened u.ta uwinilni:.
Judge Hobliison (ailed the niiuiii or
each defendiiut, ami as each uunwercd
tu his inline, he was lined up In the
jury box or in the scntH ordinarily re.
Berved for wltncsies and sjiectators.
Pome of them stood up because there
was no room for them lu sit down.
Deputy Attorney General I'rosser
asked the court that the sentences to
lie Inijiosed bemuidbiHevero enough In
1-uve n deterrent effect on future gam- -Idem
who might be. minded to nppeu
(Continued on Pag 2)
You had better put your '
valuables where . they
will be safe. Have you
ever heard of greater
security than that offer
ed by the Henry Water
house Trust Co,, . Ltd.,
for four dollars a year.