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HONOLULU. rKKKITOKY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY. .JANUARY 31, 1907
PltlOB ft UlINTH
'i A mill grinds because of- the water that runs .the wheel-more grinding is done by more water
Has Completed His
& Reorganization s-
County Sheriff liitikoa'K ru-nrganlta-tion
of Ihu police force In now colli'
plcto. At noon today Dm nuw foice,
wlileh will bo crmancnt, that Ik, ax
yurmunnnl as audi ii body rnti bo,
wnM officially created.
Thu following Hut, gUen out by lau
kea tills morning, shows Iho complclo
lorcu appointed iih well nH their pay
and their political status;
Chief of Detectives A. P. Taylor
Chief clerk Chan. II. Komi (I)) 125.00
Deputy Clerk Kaiiepnu (It) ...
Stenographer Julia .Husli (NP)
Court Ofllccr Kahalepuna (I))..
Court Officer Melieuln (I)) ...
Ilawn. Interpreter Fred. Weed
Chinese Interpreter Apana (It)
Police Force Now On Permanent Basis
44 Republicans, 31 Democrats,
1 Ho R. Dem, and 2 Non
llumano Oflleer Hoso IMtlson
Pollro Surgeon Dr. Knicrsna
Armorer Fred. Turrlll (I)) ....
73.00 Kulaklcla (I)) I
til. Jueti (I))
TA.no Joseph l,eal (It)
00.00 C. K. Hose (It)
CO.00 Utmtuclicllo (It)
Captain Hubert Parker (It)
f 1 105.00
J. Msin.'i (It)
Nelson (It) .
Nawabl (l .
Ksplndn (It) .
..J 85.00 punohu (It)
85.00 Aea (It)
85.00 Knnnu (It)
75.00 Cnibbo (U)
. .$ '.15.00
ItKCmVINU STATION CMC
Hack liiHpcctor Webb (I)) ...
Harbor Policeman Iteuves (I))
PATItOI, WAGON DltlVi:
Kent (t .
(Continued on Page 2)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 31 The California delegation to Congress
expects a satisfactory solution of the Japanese Immigration and school
SCHOOL BOARD TO WASHINGTON
' f -f44t
$200,000 Voted For
WiikliliiKton, 0 ('- Jantnr' ni. 1307
Tn hundred tlioiiRand dollara Hawaii fortlrtratloiiH pahcd Hen
ntc. Now In ennferoiHc.
A rableRrnin In llio above wojdj was recehed thin niornliiB li)
fliiternor Carter from lliiwaH'H I'ekcato to ConRreBS. Scerelnry Taft'H
Ideas nR to the Imiiortanca of forlifylnK Hawaii have evidently homo
fruit, and the Rcnalo ImH voted tn Kild two hundred thousand dollars
lo the $200,000 appropriated by the last Congress. This will inaku a
total of J PiO.OOO, somewhat less than Iho amount asked for by Taft,
which waif f 600,000, hut still enough to go far toward fortlfjhiK these
IslamU. As the matter la still In conference, thcro Is a jiosslblllty that
the amount will he mill further Increased by the time thu bill bciomcs
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 30.
OEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 7 1-2d. Par
ity, 3J)0 cents. Previous quotation,
Some preaching la onfy a prfscrlb
llig of prescriptions for a heart sick
Many a womnn who llnally lands u
Imsbnnd doesn't know how to get him
off the hook.
- - i Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 31. The 'ln" ny Park of the city.
Theatrical Trust has been Indicted for ' LEAVE ORDERS AT
conspiracy to restrain trade. WELL8-FAROO OFFICE
cy 'Jf "-';1. ip"5V
fwn tOmhiw Iih: iri
MADE IN NEW YORK
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-fitting suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated in style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a go
nlus In ability. But the world
will misjudge him,
THE HASH CO,,
TCL. MAIN 2D.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
FIGHT FOR HAWAII
IS WELL PLANNED
Captain Otncll. who wilt he in'
fientlonr, for whlrli Congress Is at pict.-
charge of the construction of thn foil'- HrantArc UaH Mn Dirrht
,. uiuiuvio uuu iiv 1115111
To The Property
That .lames If. Kiillerlon, guardian
cut engaged In npproprlntlng hellrvcH
that one great advnntag-) Ii:m been
given the Territory In the piesenl l.al
tie, by making 11 sep.ir.iiu .111 1 distinct
appeal for the dcftnsn of Hawaii lis 11
Territory of the Union.
Formerly Hawaii baa In the appro- f (, ,.Htalij o Mabel. IMItb. Helen
prlathtn bills before. CVnric.M eiijojed Unrt, Ulslo IIoIh ,t. minora, has been
l,hc dluadvantngo of being associated Eu(y f mnQ carclcssnesa In nc
with Porto Itlco, tlitam and the Phil- cuptlug. for Iho witnto. n morlEngu on
ipplnes. Undoubtedly she sultered j.s rtort- to which tho mortgagorH hud
from this association. Congressmen I rB,t aw. Is tho chargo mad
or (ho antl-lmperallstlc typo were ,y j,n jiarcalllno In his ruKirt na
strongly against .irovldlng more for m,lBtc.r ,, u,0 thlrU annual account of
the Philippines than absolutely neces-'ne,.,,,,,, jHreauiuo bcciiim to buvo
t,ary. going on the theory that It would developed a habit of going utter caro
tin poor policy In make heavy perma- CHg ,, incompetent guardians, and
ncnt Investments In n place which lho!,H umMuK n cnn lo d llwuy WH
United States might belter get rid of. ,,, ,)f 10 CHroitllBIIt.gS w,c, Un
It Is Imposslbln 1.1 tell how much Hu- mark,.,, ,ln i.Hndimg of minor's e
wan auiiemi iy neiiig iuimh-iiiu-u wiiii ...., 1... CL,r,.lUl c11hI,iim. A fm
days ago hu submitted a roisirt on thu
guardianship of Krank Archer which
must hau made Archer sciulriu.
Maruallino calls Judgu Lindsay's at
tention to thu fact that l'ullcrtoii on
October 15 aeeuptud from John P. and
the Philippines. That she did suffei
Is mine than probable.
Now, however, the light Is being
111111I0 for Hawaii, as n Territory, anil
an Integral part ot tho Union, which
must be prescned and defended Cul-
Ifornla c-iedally Is taking .1 hand In lH!iboa Mcudlola n mortgago for 3,
liunuim 11 in. .. nun ..., in L-,.V .,;, ,, ccrnl lll(!Ccfi of I)r0.,rty( Ul
Interested In having this outpost fort I
lied. That Hawaii's chances have been
bettered eonsldeiably by this cluing
of Hue of attack.
STOCKS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Following are tho quotations for
sugar utocks In the San Francisco
Exchange Jan. -I;
Hawaiian Com 83
Hutchison S. P. lRlft )i
Kllnuca ....1 3
Makuwell 32U 33Mi
Onomca .IS'i 33
Tomorrow morning at S o'clock I. li.
Kcri4& Co. will begin tho greatest sale
ever held In this city. Goods lire
marked down 10 such low prices that
you will buy whether you need them
and care In connection with tlje 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
Fort St. .Honolulu
i.ll hut one of which tho mortgagor!'
had no Interest whatever. Tho onlv
piece of property In tho list In which
they did hue any Interest whatever
Is not ilellneil with sufficient distinct
tiess to make it liossllilo to foreclose
on It. The rest of tho property bo
longs, according to tho decision of tho
Supremo Court, to C. W. Ashforil.
That tho decision mentioned was
rendered by tho Supremo Court siih
Fcquont to the time tho mortgago wae
given ami accepted, appears to bo no
excuse for the guardian, as thu mat
ter was at that time In tho 'courts ami
had been since 1303.
"It was tho guardian's business,"
days thu master In his report, "before
80 EXAMINER 8AY8,
. TO BE MARRIED
Tho San Francisco Kxnmluer of Jan
nary 22, prints the following:
Honolulu, Jan. 21. Tho licttotlml or
thronclcss )ucer. Lllluokalanl Is pi'r
hlsteully rumored among the natives,
and the report Is becoming a getiemt
lophv of comment. Authentic details
liavu not been obtained and every efV
fort Is being mada tn keep the farts
H-crct. The most generally accepted of
the different versions current Is that
the ex-()iiecu Is engaged to n Talilll.ui
Prince, who Is now on an extended timr
through the United States. Ho will
soon visit Hawaii and tho announce
ment of thedato of the marriage is
then expected. Tho former ntiecu of
the Islands Is reticent nml refuses lo
discuss tho instter.
bo made this Imestnicnt of $3,200 to
, llnd nut If the grantors hail n clear
title to tho propoijy. Tho guardian
I has Informed thu master that bo uc'
'cd upon Iho ndvleo of his attorney In
Investing in III i p.,;. ' r" The ginr
dlan, knowing that thcro ,m, ' tlga
lion iHjmllug, in wnicli this propel ly
was Involved, should not hnttt luest
cil in tho same. It Is easy enough to
get llrst mortgago securities or rella
hie bonds. 1 call attention lo this In
wstnicnt In order that tho Court may
hu .ndvlrcd as to thu truu fuels con
rerning tho same."
Tho mortgage referred to, Mareat
lino status, Is not even a llrst mort
gage, hut them are three prior uiort
rages on tho property. Also another
mortgage for S5o was given on tho
same day that the $3,200 morlgagu
In addition to Iho above charge,
Mnrcatlliio states that during thu year
130R tho guardian did not forward any
part of tho cstato or principal for tho
support of Helen Itoherts, In Sun
Francisco. The guardian says that ho
h Informed that Helen Is dead, but ho
I', not suro of tho tact. "
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Jan. 31.- The San Francisco Superintendent of
School and all members of the Board of School Directors are q)ing to
Washington In response to the President's request for a conference.
ASKS CALIFORNIANS 'O QUIT JAP TALK
SACnAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 31 Governor Glllett has tent .1 special,
inettagc to the Legltlature atklng for .1 nutpentlon of action on matters re
lating to the Jap.inet.o.
HAWAII DEFENSE PLANS NOT NEW, SAYS TAFT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 31 Secretary of War Taft lays that tho
defense scheme for Hawaii ho has hrcught to the special attention of Con
urcss lo all In accordance with prevlsu: plant of the Department.
SONOMA SAILORS CO ON STRIKE,
I SYDNEY, Au-'ralla, Jan. 31- The Oceanic tteamer Sonoma has been
delayed by 56 of lor crew going out on strike because the captain refuted
to dltch-irne four nonunion men engaged at Honolulu.
The strikers have been sentenced to a month's imprltonmenl at hard
Takes Belongings Of
De.J Wife From
According lo Ihu altldaMt of David
Dayton, ThCms Nott seems to ham 11
pietly poor Idea ns to tho uffcctlvu
iihb of court oiders. At any rate, hu
appears to believe that his own rights
1110 paramount to any court order
ulildi conlllcls wltli them.
Nott has been summoned to appear
before Judgu Lindsay and show
tatiMi why hu should not hu adjudged
pullly of contempt of court TIiIb ac
lion Is taken on complaint of D.iylou,
uho files an aflldavll showing that
Nott has deliberately defied Iho or-
The Money You
THIS SHOULD HOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE 8TORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1009-1065 BISHOP 8T.
ALEXANDF.R YOUNG BUILDINO.
ders of the court In regard to the ob
late ot his wire, Agatha Nott, who
According to Dayton's nnlda!t, ho
was apiKilnteil by the court temisirary
administrator of thu estate of Agatha
Nott Thu estate consisted principal
ly or household furniture, cooking
utensils, pictures, etc Dayton tuo'c
thaige of lliosu things, apparently
ugalnsl tho protest of Thomas Nott,
who thouglit Hint he and not somo
outsider who had secured temporary
tetters of administration should luo
charge of the belongings of his nwo
Yesterday. It seems. Nott appeared
at the house and forcibly took away
rroui l)aton the belongings of thu
ileeeaseil Agatha Nott.
Dayton, thuroforc, wants the Court
to llnd Nott guilty or contempt , of
court, r 34
The Proniotioh'qmnilttco will hold
n n;guW limetlupjlhls uttcrnoou ut
' ? i
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.
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 Co., Limited,
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