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IEI NR M SHINE IN IKE BULIETIN
Vol. IX N 3601
HONOLULU. rKKKITOK OF HAWAII. .MONDAY. JANUARY 28, 1907
J?iMOH 5 OlINTH
RAPID TRANSIT CO. SHOWS
LARGE INCREASE OF
Tim reiKirtA Riitmiltliil hy the officers
of tli llapld Transit Co. In the iiiiiiiihI
meeting of Ihe stockholders this niorn
Iiik mudu highly ullsfiictoiy show
IhK. The net Income, li' depreciation,
flir 11100, WIIM BllOW II tl llhVI' In'Oll t'.'Cv
"SI.'JI, mi Increase cif our $24,000 uvei
Unit of tliu previous yt'iir.
Tim meeting wub lichl n ! t lit mllce dt
tlin Cnsllu l!ntu In tliu Htuugeuwuld
iiiilldltig, those pieitent being I,. T.
Peclc. W. It. Castle, .1. II. Cnstle. C. .
llalleiitvne. C. II. Atlierton, V. W. Kle
Imliii, J. J. Ilelser iiikI II. A. Pariuclee.
I'ri'Hlilent l T. reck rentl his rexrl
mi behalf of llii' Itoaril of Directors to
llu stockholders. It was mi cxliiuiall vi'
document. ill(lll'.K wllh II"' following
n marks mi tliu subject of "tniillc
which mil of general Interest:
"Six million iiIiip Innulrpil thirty-sev
en thousand three liuudrul flfty-stx pay
passengers weie cairkd III 190G, mi In
crease of 412,120 iver th niiiutii'i' uir-ili-d
in mo.. Tin totnl passenger iuv-
imm was S.!3'J,(,71.ir. an Inueiise of
UO.LW.Vj ier that of PJ03.
"The gross revenue fiom freight
Inline wan $0,820.77. an Increase n
$3701.17 over that of 1'ior,. Tliu net
revenue mm Increased hy $4riOS.14.
"Tlit lift earnings of tliu CXpiVHH cm
wer JS40.CS. an Incrensu of $030,27 over
Hi obu of lliu-iruUuniri'nr
"The net Increase of total operating
expenses for 1'JGU over 1005 wuh $498.70.
wlili li wiiH'prartlcally apart fiom the
car operation, IivIiik inostly occasioned
hy reju'.'rH to tliu Aipiarlnni IiiiiKh.
"The niulnteiiuiu'i' of jour property.
Km ImckK, Htriuturi-H. machinery mid
lollllIK Htodt, llllH lieell lllllfllllttlllKly
atleiuleil to, and tlicie have heen no
lireakcliiHIis lo Intel nipt the leKiilar
operation of our cur serUe.
"Tlieui have Iwen liu vxIviihIoiih of
onr lliu'H ilurlni; the. je.ir, mid jour
liouul has none In linniedlnte conteni-
"Thu cash revenue of inch of our
IIiich In now Hiilllelent to meet It)', le
Hpeellve proiHiitlon of total operating
upeii83, exclusive of fixed charges.
"Thu weakest linen ure Ulnae of Ala
Let ktreet and Manoa vulle). The lat
ter line, however, hIiomh an Increase of
croex rctenne for lUOti of ."87.'J0 over
that or li0.
"I ho general nffalrH of the compaii)
me now llrinly estuhlUhed on u cauh
The oDIcers mid cniployeB of the com
pany huve continued to illscliaiKe their
leHpectlve ilutluH zealously and faith
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
talners to any part of the city,
LEAVE ORDER8 AT
s09fll 1 1 JL. '
Transit Line Returns
fully thioilKliout the year.
Manager llallentne then read hit
report iih follow h:
Honolulu, January 28th, 1907.
The President and Directors, Hono
lulu Ilapld TraiiBlt & Ijini! Com
flentlenieii: In MiihmlttluK thin ru-
p.n I of the operatloiiH of the Compuny
f"r thu jenr eudliiK Ducuuibcr 31nt,
lUOi!, I hoM" to nay as follows:
There has heen no track construc
tion done diirliiR Hie 'n", "titer thun
that of a cimo coiiuectliiK Hie V.wa
Alexander street truck with tliu mukm
Klin: street 1 1 ark. the inalerlal for
which was purchased and delUercd
durlliK the preredlnc Jear. This wus
preliminary to n cIiiiiirr In the rotiUut:
of the cars of the Hotel street und Will-
ulae road lines, which wele nierged. oil
the Mill Airll, mid throiiKli cant 'nil
from tliu Wnhtlae terniluim to l.llllm
and W'yllle streets, via lleretiinla and
The oil tmik tar, teferred to In my
last rejiort, was completed und put In
service Marih 3rd. In iiddltlou to
IiuiiIIiik our own oil, we have secured
Hcu'rnl profltahle contracts for the oe-
lively of fuel to thu Moana Hotel, the
Hawaiian Klectrlc Co. and the lleru
(aula street pmnpliiK station. This
htiHlncssi has netted us a prollt of
R. T, Will Anticipate
That the ltapld Traiirlt Co. is paying
.. l.. -in..!- sli.ire of lis tuttiii o tluni It
Is generally glcn credit tor by the
public was one or the main facU
In ought out at the annual meeting of
the stockholders or that corpo.-at'on,
which was held this morning. Tiie
Olrcctors said that they realized that
there weie several knockers who eie
always waiting for n chance to get iu
a whack at tlu company, and w.-.o
were probably getting their llttlo Uam
l.'eis out In readiness fur the coining
sesulou of the Legislature. It wus de
cided to put a spoke In the wl.ee) or
these gentlemen by publl-'hliig u :Ue
meiit showing In u concise fuim Imb'
how great a percentage or Its Income
the 11. T, & U Co. coati United in the
W. It. Castle brought up tin; subject
hy lecommending that the reports of
the lompauy, which weie soon to be
published, make a special feattno oi
tliowlng just how largo an amount
was contributed to the government.
People as a general rule weie under
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere,
The time it past when education was
an all-sufficient passport and guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity
Nowadays a man la measured by hit
clothes aa much at by his knowledge.
Society and business 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
Help In Life
It 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.
As )oii are aware our fuel oil con
trad with the Union Oil Company was
leneued during the )enr tor the lemi
of 7 ears. from the 12th July, and the.
price ut the tanks reduced from 11.40
per hnrrel to $1 per ban el, effectliiR a
I eduction In the fuel account for thu'
last half of the j cur over the llrst halt'
ItKNKWALS AND Itl'I'AUtS.
I am pleased to be able to leport all
parts of the company's plant In good!
couilltlon. Thu amount expended In,
icncwnls und repalis were us follows;!
Maintenance or track mid roadway,
$j"00..r)0; inalnleuame or inerhea.l
btriictuie. 12131.01: maintenance of!
biilldliiKs und llxtures, $347,14; main
It nance of trucks and electrical equip
ment, JS'lU.r.O; malnteuancu of car
Lodles, $ri729.tir; maintenance or other
shop expense, $372.2.',. Total. $23,391.11
us against the total for 1903 or $23.
824.7r,. Tlicie Is no Industrial plant more
subject to deterioration than that or a
strett railway company, especially
where It Is subject to such unfavorable
climatic and other conditions us pre
vail here, and unless great care is ex
ercised ami all parts kept In good con
dition, the result or deterioration und
weui. nutl tear would he such us to,
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the Impulsion that the coitipnuv did
mil glvu unto Caesar l.'.s fal' purtlor.
wiuie, as ii mailer oi .act. ii .avo
more than many other corporations
Ilall-'tityue said that thu tomi'iiuy
laid ovsr f.vo vr tent of Its pioss In
come to tile gen eminent. Peek addid
that It lived up Iu eveiy way to the
piovlslous of Its charier.
Castle said that the repnit should be
gotten ready beforv flip lr,lnlaturo
wont Into session,
"There are stnu tdVc some keockurx
ui.i i,.'i,'.: ...iu, ,
them dlsimiiitfe.l 'im.i.le. vhi, lit.i .,nt
get lu when the company started, mil
who are mad ubout it."
"Or people who weio In, bur got out
early In the game," added Peel:, "mid
who are sore about it
Castle mentioned Plnkham ns one
of the company's hugbems. Plnuluni,
liu buhl, wub dlspleateil becatt-a he had
not made money lu the comp-iny on a
Castle nad, how
ever, he added, found In hW s.ire cer
tain papers, signed by Plnkham, whi'h,
he Intimated, would show up that gen
tleman. It was decided to adjourn thf amrinl
(Continued on Paoe 2.)
and cart In connection with the admin
Istratlon of an estate is assumed by us
and by methodical system and the util
izing of years of experience, we are
able to render Judicious and highly sat
Fort Rt. Honolulu
III ICl OldlU His Guardianship Of Chief Executive Says LlllUIIIUull
ComniBrcB MIsBy " zjs Be in Prussia
itorfalrd 1'rtn Special CabUt
3AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan, 28.
Inter-State Commerce Commltaloner
Lane opened hearings here today on
complaints based on violations of the
Interstate Commerce Law.
HONQKONQ, China, Jan. 28. Dur
ing a heavy rain squall here today ov-r
50 Chinese craft were sunk and 100
I persons drown-d. . -j
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 28. Three men
were killed and 16 Injured here today
by the explosion of an Ice machine,
BUFFALO. N. Y Jan. 28 The Co
lumbla Building wat burned today. The
' "" mllllon dollars. Three
,lr1e,men w"e k'"ed "nd 1B lnJured
wnnc iiyniiny inc inc.
OAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 20.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9d. Parity,
3-82 cen,' P-"'lu quotation, 8s.
The Money You
THIS 8HOULD 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 STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BISHOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO.
$458 BELONGING TO
ESTATE IS MISSING
JOHN MARCALLINO CLAIMS THE
COUNTY SUPERVISOR LOOKS
AFTER WARD'S AFFAIR8
John Murcallllio, as master In thu
matter of the guardianship or Kealohu
okulaiil, a minor, today submitted to tiiiiu1 one as compared w lib the one or
I JihIku Lindsay a report that spells pill- jtwo yea is ago. What the exact nature
j kin with a capital 1' for Frank Archer, or It will lie the Covernor says lie ran
;thu guardian, who is a member or thu not statu at this time, as he has not
Hoard or Suiervlsors. Aicher Is not got far enough along with It to know
charged by tliu muster with actually Just what lie Is koIiik to say Hut the" -misappropriating
thu funds entrusted are no radical amendments to bo made.
to him, but he Is chaiged with having
been negligent in his duties as guard'
Ian, so that about $430 was lost by thu
minor of whose affairs liu Is the ens
todlan In law.
Archer's remissness, according to
Marcalllno's report, is not limited to
any ouu act of commission or omission,
but there are several separate
charges. Archer In his first report
charges himself with 12SS.Chi received
and $089.14 disbursed; Marcalllno
ttates that liu has gonu over the Items
In thu schedule and finds one voucher
or thu Honolulu Water Works for $28.-
f.O to hu nilcsing. At the tifllco of tho
water company hu found that the sinni'm "' lieslegod hy pcoplo having lee
had been paid
Another sum lost by Archer amounts ' " nmiwin top mu inussigo.
to $303. It appears that Joo Pau was'"',' "iiiii iM ""'' "'
gumdlau or Kealohaokalanl b.,rru Ar-' Ih I ml thu pe.rplo on. as n tulu
cl.er liu filed his fourth annual no ij'","p w"" "11'"1 , wl " " "-
.i.... i.. i.mn 'ri. ni,. things urn gr.lng. The best goveni-
ter rei-rted ll.'il $.13 was to be paid
...... . ,... I. .. t,.. H ..i..... ..i I., i
nun conn uy i ie, itit- i.utin-ii ,i
January. 1901, mid Archer waa 'tp
IHilnted guardian In his place. It doen
not appear that hu received any money
I rom thu former guardian until Juno
22, l'.HII. on which dato he received
$50. As a mutter of tact, says Marcal
ne'. it slHluld appear that liu iccelved
iu sum or $303 Instead or $30. or some
.....i,..i .i.i,t ho .nude ns to whvi"'"' County government, as there aro
" -" " "
he did not get thu $303,.
Maicalllno also claims that Archer
has mado overcharge" In Ills commls
sloiis. amounting to $10.02. Hut ho
hoB not filed any vouchor for his com
missions, and ll.u master recommendi,t8ltr'''i ' ''"""l k'"'w anytliliiR about
n.,.1 i... I... Hiirc-harce.1 with the full """ I1,lt ' llI "ot recelvlni; many
amount or thu commissions, amounting.
to $11C87, until such time as lie shall
file tliu proper voucher.
Archer Is also charged by thu mas
ter with huvlng neglected to account
lor seven mouths' rent which he
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PEOPLE WELL SATISFIED
WITH PKESENT CONDITIONS
GOVERNMENT RUNNING SMOOTH
LY AND FEW HAVE SUGGES
TIONS TO MAKE TO
(imernor Carter's message to thu
Legislature promises to be rather
to far us can he stated now.
"At thu time I was writing my lust,
message," said the (iowrnor this
morning, things were very dlrfurtnt,
from what they are now. There w..s'
'much dissatisfaction among the .c-
ple, and 1 had a constant succession of
men coming Into my olllcu to make
recommendations, to rutpiest that I put
something In or hi Id something out of
thu message. It was n question of
what was thu most lniHirtant and what
should bu held out to inakejtioin for
something else which might bu consid
ered moru Importtnt.
"This year It is qultu different. I
iciiiimeniiutious to iiiiiku. i nave in nig
"u'"t l',..,lla, ,v,lcl1 H '"".fl'U
The fiiit nr was not prepareil to
statu who' ccummuiidnllous. If an
hu won M m ike iu thu way of changes
iu the Count) Act However, he ntnl
tl that It undoubtedly can bu buttuiml,
that theiu nru certain objectionable
features about it which should he rem
i''1'1'1; '"' '"" " ' ."" "'''J
"lu ll-'l 1'ietty well satlstled
few or them coming to him to ask tliMt
changes bu made.
"Or coursu," said (loveruor Carter,
"It Is possible that those who want
ihnngcH Intend to go dllect to thu Leg-
These Shoes Are
Made For Long Wear
Made of good, honest leathers by
an honest maker. Style, blucher
oxford, Price, $5.00. Ask for
the Chas. Case shoe for men.
Will outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes
Mwncfalril frejn Sn'csVil MM-)
SAARBUCK, Prussia, Jan. 28 Four
hundred miners were entombed here
today by an explosion of fire damp.
More than 100 others are unaccounted
Try Thaw ;
f,tM,ichffril Vrrtn Hirrfnl Cabltt
NEW YORK, N. Y Jan, 28-Nlne
Jurors have been secured for the trial
of Harry Thaw for murder.
M'"rf,ilril I'm Hfrciat Cable)
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Jan. 28 The
plant of the Phelps Publishing Com
pany was burned today with a loss of
a mllllon dollars. This company pub
lishes the New England Homestead,
The American Agriculturalist, Spring
field Homestead and Good Housekeep
ing. It is one of the largest publishing
houses of the State. '
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
You had better put your ,,
valuables where theyt'
will be safe. Have voir
ever neard ot f-reater
security than that offer- iv
ed by the Henry Water-
house Trust Co,, Ltd., ,
for four dollars a year. ..,
Shoe Co., Limited,
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