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HONOLULU. rKRKTTOKY OP HAWAII.
TUKSIKVW JANUARY 2q,
(Afuctaltl l'ren S jure In I Cable)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 29. Trf,
Senate hat patted the Fortification
Dill. Senator Perklr.t of California
tecured an Increased Item of $100,000.
for Hawaii, making a total of 5200,000.
for the constructs of fortification!.
Tilts taken In connection with tho
dlsputc-h xeiil by tliu Associated 1'reBS
sen Ice may menu that llnwnll has
now mailable something like JIU0.U0O
for lite roiistruetlonof fortlllcntlous.
1'liu Win Department hut hnil J2G0,
('00 available fur llnwnll work from u
former appropriation. From tho reud
Iiik of loduy's dlapatcli It would appeal
that the fortifications bill as It went lo
the Senate from tl'n House contained
an appropriation of $100,000. Senator
l'crklus, backed by Secretary Tufts
plea, teemed an Increase of $100,000,
making tho total appropriated thin jcur
$200,000, If tills bo true and the I louse
does not reduce the Item In conference
the forllllratlbn money for this place
Ik close to half u million.
AMSTERDAM, Holland, Jon.'29. A
terlout revolt hat taken place In the
Kedivl province of Java. Many Dutch
have been killed.
NEWCHVANC, China, Jan 29.
Plague hat broken out here.
In tliu mutter of Carlos A. I.onj,' vu.
John I). Holt et ul., which waa decided
, recently Icy Judge Itobliison, Long bus
tiled an appro,! to tliu Supremo Cotut.
Judge Uoblnson's decision declared tho
estate n trust, with the exeejitlon of
that jHiitlon left In feu simple to tho
ill I ar !.:
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MILLION AVAILABLE FOR HONOLULU FORTIFI
County Committee To
Meet To Fill
A meeting has been called or tho
County Committee for next Wednes
day evening, at which tho principal
business will bo tho filling of vncni
cles and tho discussion of tho propos
ed municipal bill.
Tliu vacancies on tho commute"
which aro to bu lilted nro thosu cau.su!
by tho resignation of Sam Johnson
Henry C. Vldn and J. K. Kanopuii,
Under tho rules tho vncanclea huvu
to bo filled by tho committee from
tnioiiK tho members of the respective
precinct delegations to whom thuje
whoso places nro vacant belong,
Tlio proposed municipal bill Is lo bo
brought up nlso, this being one of tho
planks of tho platform adoptrd by the
County Convention. This mutter will
undoubtedly bo leferred to jhiiiiu com
Thoso Interested In tho measuro
have dug up the old mmilclp.il bill
which then Itepreiieututivo Carlos A.
Long Introduced In the Legislator!) of
1003, from the dusty lecoss In which
It' was reiioslng. This bill was dt
feated only by u narrow margin. It
pnLfled both Houses but was vetoed
by the Governor. Tho Senate ovor
lode tho veto, only Senator l'arls vot
ing to sustain It, lint tho veto wus sus
tained In tho House, though by it
tlouo ote, and tho bill was thus kill
ed. The, Interested ones want to havo
tho Long bill, which is an exceeding
ly voluminous document, adopted as n
lasts for tho new bill, although it Is
t-pparont, oven to them, that It will
havo to undergo numerous chunges In
crder to nuke It suitable to present
couilltlou.'i Tho bill which they have
tti mind will provide for tho usual mu
nicipal machinery, such as n Mayor, a
ronrd of Aldermen, tliu lattor of which
lo huvu among Its powers that of niak
Ins ordinances. Tho municipality '
also planned to liuvo control of tho
deparlmeM's now controlled by tho
Hoard of Supervisors and, further
luotc, of a local Hoard of Health, an
Kdiirutloual Commission, Water
Works, Tax Olllco, District Court, ete.
The Kumchuiueha Alumni Associa
tion will give u ilnuiu this Suluidny
evening ut the Young Hotel. The ob
ject of the dunea Is to lulso money to
maintain a young man ut the Kumo-
hamchu Manual School until the end
of the school J ear, when tho regular
bcholarshlp which Is offered by the
Association, will bo available. Music
will be furnished by tliu Kawalliau
Iluynl alee Club. j
Tho llouid of Health meets tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
the part that drett playt In
shaping a man't career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-fitting tult of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In ttyle, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the hlghett type, and a go
nlut In ability. But the world
will misjudge him,
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
&MWiMimii ' iiiii.r.fi rtoiMtohi a
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company M
likely to roiutueiHi! the construction of
u new steamer for the run between Saw
l'ruuclsco and Australia as soon us tho
hhlp subsidy bill passes Congress, II
that line gets u chare of the plum. In
bpeaktng of this mutter fit answer to
iincstion from u llulletlu reporter this
afternoon. W. M. (llffard. of W. (I. Ii
win & Co., the Oceanic agents in Ho
"If the ship subsidy bill passes ant!
the Oceanic Hue Is given u Biihsld) I
should nut be at all surprlred If it new
ship were built for tliu llnu ut once.
When this bill was liefuru Congrers at
lis last session and was expected to
pass, plans wero ordered fur it new ship
but when the bill fulled lo be cimctel
they weru thrown aside.
"We huvc recehed no advices on tho
matter ourselves and would not expect
to, us such tt matter would not con
cern us, but I believe that under the
circumstances which I havo mentioned,
Iho Oceanic being granted a subsidy,
that a new vessel will be hiillt.
The New Zealand government has
been palng tho Oceanic a subsidy
amounting to about $100,000 until to
cently when they olTcied to renew the
contract If tho Oceanic should build
newer and faster ships within tho next
two years. The Oceanic has done until
log In this regard ami the New Zealand
government Is now paying only for
tho mall actually cmrleil by the com
olffl JP PiPiJS
Tho C'hro Kting .'u Society today
HIo tlwlth Tre.-uutcr Campbell a peti
tion for Incorpoi.ulon. Tho soclet),
which has been In oxlstem-o for some
time nt llauum-ne. Kumil. Is nn tii.n.
tlatlon of Chlneso for tho purpose "of
uldliiB. Duccoilng and supporting Its
tiisablcd. sick and lmllceiit nnMiiliei-i
uml geueiiill for the purpohe of pio-
moiiiig neiievoieiico uiiil filemlshlp
uiuoiig Us meiuborj."
The iiolltlou was llled by Chang Ming
P.mi, t h:m Wn i run and others. The
lni-tirxiri,tUn a died for was granted,
It being sycellled Ihut tho jimperty
which the association may own shall
not exceed $10,000, with tho privilege or
lueittiRlng the amount to $50,000.
Hy stipulation or thu attorneys for
the two sides, the t-aso of the Terrllort ,
by Land Commissioner I'ratt, verstiB
Aithur M. liruwn Is set for hearing
February 4. This Is the mutter of the
attempt on the part or the Territory to
forco Hi own to accent a lease on romo
Hamakua hinds which, It is ulleged,
he bought at public auction ami has
since let used to accept.
There aio at jiresent 300,000 bags of
sugar stored in two wurohouses at tliu
Bwa end of the harbor unci 150,000 In
Amerlcau-Huwallan 8. S. Co. ware
house awaiting shipment. The only
sugur U'sscl lu port Is the I'helps, but
the Callfornlan Is due, and sho is to
take 5000 tons, while tho Sewall and
the Welih ought lo be hem soon.
and care In connection with the admin
istration of an estate it assumed by ut
ond by methodical system and tho util
izing of yeart of experience, we are
able to render judicious and highly sat
zm lorapany, ua.
Fori Rt. .Honolulu
4 4 4 " 44444t44 H
4 The Hoard cf Immigration was 4
given a most agreeable sun i i-m- lo- 4
day by receiving n cablegram from 4
y U. It. Htnckable slating that he 4
4 had succeeded In ueruilng an op- 4
4 Hun fur the charier of the steam- 4
ship Hollopolls, the terms being 4
4 that she would be ready lo tuku 4
4 on board tho Immigrants from 4
-t March 1 until March r,.
4 As Stacknbte only it few days 4
4 ago rallied Unit he-did not believe 4
4 it charier could ho sccurtd ut a 4
4 reasonable ratu at prezent, the 4
4 Hoard of Immigration was much 4
4 pleased. It iinmcdiutol) .tent a 4
4 cable authorizing Sttukuble to 4
4 make tho clmite.r. It IE conte- t
4 ipicntly to ho presumed that a 4
4 shipload of immigrants for Ha- 4
4 wall will Ktnrt from Spain u the 4
4 beginning of March.
4 The Hcllopolls is n Vessel of
4 about two-thirds tliu size of tliu 4
4 Suveile, which Inotight tho I'or- 4
4 tugucse laborers from the Azores. 4
Adjutant General Soper
Issues Orders This
ENCAMPMENT WILL KG AT
LE1LH1UA, FOB. 20
The encampment of tho National
Guurd of Hnwull will bo held til Idle
hill, comnicuclnj, on February 20 or
as soon thereafter as posslbTe. Gover
nor Carter this morning dlieeted Ad
jutant General Hi.ner to Issue oideis to
this cuVd ami the oideni wuio issued
It Is proposed to make, the encamp-
intuit thu lictt and most uuci essful that
has ever been held In Hawaii. It has
been somu time since them has been u
good one, and tuu onu lo bu held next
mouth Is Intended to make up fur any
deficiencies In any of the others.
lb-sides tho tompaulcs on this Island,
(Continued on Page 2)
"'wii1! i' imasaggawcaaMMii
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. 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.
1053.1059-1005 BISHOP ST.
"If W. 11. Castle, or any nlher man,
has any papers signed by me, ho lu 'it
iHifect llhutv, so far as I am con
It erm-d, to f.ubllrli them If ho thinks
liioy will 'to if pny Interest to tho pub
lit-. In f.t'l, i shnll bo ery glad If he
,wlli piibllth tho papers he says ho hn
Tho uboo Ktatcnieut was. made by
I.. K, I'lnkhnm this morning In answer
to tho statement mado by W. It. Castlo
K'stcrduy nt tho meeting of tho Ituphl
Transit Company, in which Cattle said
that I'lnkhnm was displeased because
he hail not made money In tho com
pany on tt certain proposition, and
that papers had been found In tho
safe signed by I'lnkhnm which would
fIiow up tho latter.
Mr. l'lukham stnted that ho did not
cure to make any further statement
for publication at this time. What
ever else ho had to do in tho matter
would ho done between him and his
detractors and I'lnkhnm Ititlmnted
that he would commence to do some
Inlng nt oure. i'Iiu fireworks may bo
expected lo begin soon
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 29. The
State Senate hat adopted a resolution,
pretesting against the Interference of
Federal authorities In the public
tchool affaire of San Francisco.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 29
Count Tolstoi It reported to be dyit'.r,.
Delivered In thoroughly cleanted con
talners to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO,
ifin hi t
A Japanese On
The America Mnru was sighted last
I night nt 1:30 oft Diamond Head mid
j was off the harbor at daylight this
morning. She has been held In ipinr-
nntlne by the IT. S. M.irluu Hospital
authorities on account of n sin-plclous
death which ocrtirred nu the way over
The body or the Japanese who died
was, according to thu usual tustom,
embalmed mid turned over to the ipiar
utittue doctors, who performed an au
tnpsv, completing their notk at about
I o'clock this uriernoon.
Thu autopsy showed the ileal It to
huvu been caused by bubonic plague
uml (ho Mnru caiuo alongside Hie
quarantine duel: at 1:45 for fumlgn
tlou. lu all probulilllt) the first class
I'tissengerH Will bu allowed 'to land
lllicr this afternoon or tomorrow
morning but Hie entire ship will bo
fumigated lielore she Is allowed lo
There are about 500 Japanese for Ho
nolulu on Isiurd the Maru and the-v
will be taken to (iiarautlne Islunu
where the) will be kept till it Is cer
tain thai the disease cannot spreuu.
This will mean f a period of from
nine lo rourteen d : e. The Maru wl.i
get nway from he some time lomor-i-ou
If there Is no Image In the plan-
M-n l J'rrj flixWiii Ca'iltl
LONCC England, Jan. 29. Gov
crnor Gwiucnham of Kingston, Ja
maica, hao withdrawn hit letter to
Admiral Davis of tho U. S. Nnvy, pro
tecting against the Isndlng of Ameri
can marlnca after the Kingston dltar-
ter. The Governor cxpretect hit re
Bret and the incident it regarded -as
Kecretarv Atkinson retiorts $r,S 25 as
t'upltol contilliullons lu C'lilncte Ueliel
Alphoiiu D.iudel Is said to have re
tched for "Sapho," published lu ISM,
the record prlto of over JMO.OoO
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
Manufacturers' Shoe Go,, Limited,
Manager Kinuedt t.r i lie lntr-lUn
Steamship Comnain n-ren.-tl tin li
lowing letter this iiinrninc
YoWiuio House. Hawaii
Jau Ji.. I0i)?.
laf. A. Kenned .., i( . President In
ter-lsland Steam Na Co.
Dear Sir: Kllauea Ig rapidly In
ensuing In activity every day. and tbi
crater Is woll worth a villi. Fron
turrey recently mad by Mr. 13. P
llalihvln of lltlo. tho Inko In Hntomnu
mau Is ten nearly as large in the oil'
diown b my aurvev In IWi, while th
pit It now very much deeper
Tho entile inrfaee of tho lake t
showing a brilliant clow at fretiueiit
Intervals, and there nro several art Ivc
Mr. llnldwln mado tho depth of llie
pit ubo'.it ooo feel less than ono month
a so, hut It Is much lera at the preeun
llmo: and from precent Inillcntlons. '.
hlltv Hie eutlio pit will be llll-d in i
. .n. lis.
iSlmiedi I'UAN'K S DODtir..
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 29.
The inquiry carried on by Interstate
Commerce Commissioner Lane It de
voted to the merger of Harriman rail
way lines, of which the Union Pacific
is the nucleus.
Uev. nnd Mvh. John I'sliourne will
leave lu tho Moan a April U for n nip to
Canada. Great Ilrituin.. tint continent,
uml probably Palestine.
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.
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