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EVKNlNfl IWl.UVrlW, IIONOMJM.T. II.. SATt'UDAY. I'KII. 2. 1907.
SHORTAGE IN CROP
Tlio nniuial meeting of the Honomu
Sugar Cci. wns held this forenoon nt
10 o'clock In tlio offices of BrWer
Co. Tlio oflicers of tlio past year were
re-elected to serve (luring the ensuing
Ilcports wero read by the Treasurer
pml by Manager 1'nllar. Tlio latter
showed that the crop of 1900 had pro
duced 6,5.12 totm of Biignr. This was
n llttlo less than the crop of 1905.
Tho fulling off was explained as be
ing duo to the ravages mado by the
leaf-hopper In tho tlelds of tho planta
tion. This crop was tnken from n to
tal nren of 1,180 acres.
Tho 1907 crop would come from !,
HO acres planted. The manager esti
mated that 5,309 tons of sugar would
be derived therefrom. A lotnl of !,
523 acres had been plnntcd for tho
JAP WHO SKIPPED
PROM OLA A
NOT YET FOUND
Alno Yoshldo, tho Japanese who took
leg ball mid rendered tho Journey of
tho United Stntes District Court to
llllo useless, has not yet been located.
Deputy United States Marshal Templo
Mated this morning that bo had been
told by n passenger who nrrlved todav
on tho Klnnu that tho Japanese left
Olan a week ago for Honolulu. Mr
Temple said that ho would again get
Into communication with tho bonds
man and make another effort to find
The status of tho matter nt llllo Is
us yet unknown, other than that Judge
Dolo adjourned court on Thursday for
ono day, to see If tho Jap would turn
up. Ilu did not turn up, and It Is prob
nlilo that tho case will not bo tried for
tho present, oven If tho man Is round.
Hcforo returning to Honolulu Judge
Dolo will make a visit to Maul on prl
atc business and mny possibly visit
tho Volrano, and other members of his
court may also visit tho Volcano lw
foro returning. i
LAST SKATING TODAY
The Queen street rink will tloubtlesi
l,o crowded tonight for the wind-up
All want n livt chance to enjoy the
fusclnatlng "rollers." Hand music,
I aces and fancy r,kating for diversions
Kkatlng going on this afternoon. Du
not miss tho last chance.
SAM PARKER BUYS
The great, old grand-stand In Kaph
lanl Park, which has witnessed so
many exciting rnces nnd other gala
cents, Is doomed to destruction. Tills
noon the structure wns sold at auction
by J. K. Morgan, and on Monday, ac
cording to the terms of the""salc, the
work of tearing It down must begin. In
ten dnys from thnt date it must bnvo
been utterly removed.
Tho bidding on the grand-stand wns
very brisk. Col. Sam I'nrker wns aft
er it, and met every bid made prompt
ly with a higher one. He finally se
cured the building for $C0O. Some
fences nnd boarding was sold In n sop
nrato lot for $50, also to Colonel I'nr
ker. A small road roller wns sold for
185 to order.
A lot having n frontage of "Hi feet
on Pcnsacola street nnd 118 feet on
Thurston nvenuc, containing nn nren
of 34,000 squaro feet, wns sold under
foreclosure of n mortgage by Geo. V.
Mct.eod to Ida B. Latnti. Tho lot was
bought by II. Kocko for 13.150.
A number of lenses of rlco land sit
unted nt Kwn and Wnlpahu wore pur
dinned by 11. A. Hccn for $1,750,
DEPENDS ON 1ANINC
OF HAWAIIAN WORDS
uiv uiur. cuihK 1
mm muni ,nun ,i :
mwh'&wmx-m!jwww WHAT TERRITORY 0E1S
Possibility Of Factory
Additional 80CUI New.-, on Page 6.
The pntronesses for the Mnrdl Oi.is
arc as follows:
Princess Knwatiaiiakoa, Mrs Clar
ence II. Cooke, Mrs. J. S. Mctlrett, Mr-).
I H. I). Tcnney, Mrs. C. du Itol. Mrs. 8.
M. Damon, Mrs. Mnnnle l'hllllp'i, Mrs
' A. V. Fuller, Mr. T. J. King, Mm C.
M. V. Forstcr, Mrs. V. V Hall. Mrs.
V. Pfotenhaucr, Mrs. H. dc II l.aanl,
I Mrs. (Iconic Itodlcl.'. Mrs. Henry Mae-
1 fnrlnne, .Mrs. F. Klnmji, Mrs It. F..I.0 given by
ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS THE
PROPOSITION IS LEGAL AND
IT MAY BE PRESENTED
TO THE LEGISLATURE
HIGH SHERIFF THINKS
THE IDE4 A QUOD ONE i -. Mrs. Wlllhmi l.nnr. Mrs. A. (1,
I llnwcs, Jr., Airsi joiiu n winner, .uts.
I,. 1 .Mtxnniliess, ". imisuioie,
Mrs. F. W. Macfarlane, Mrs J A. Mc
Candless, Mrs. 11. V. Murrn, Mrs.
Ilruce MeV. Mnckall, Mrs r II. Hum
ph rls, Mrs. W. Hoffmann. Mrs J. M.
l,.Bnlt Mis. llralncrd Smith. Mrs.
High Sheriff Henry Is contemplating M M SaU. Mrs. Hlchnrd Ivcrs, Mrs
tho Installing In Onltu Jnll of a hhlrt S 0n)ti MrSi w. A. nlle Mrs. It.
factory or possibly somo other man Alk.on jirB. a. T. Ilrork Mrs. T.
nfnetory, which can glo employment V. Hobron, Mrs. C. (1. Hallcnnno, Mrs.
to the prisoners confined there and at Y () Thrlmii Mrs. Oeorge lli-moti. Mrs.
the same tlmo prove n money-maker Kml wiiteriunn, Mrs. Wells Peterson,
and help to reduce the expenses ol Mr w M cilfTard. Mrs A II lugalls,
ninlntnliilng tlio Instilntlou. Mr( A dnrteiiberg. Mrs 1-: S Ctuilm.
Tho Idea wns suggested to the HlghMrHi (, Wi A KlllBi .MiKS ,,1,, .,,e.
Sheriff by tho following letter, which 1Mrit u1)t,rl .,)ro.Mlss Alice M. Fel
he received recently: ,(cr m A jItCiirlhy. Mrs. (I Augur.
lion, vxmnni nenry. warden, uanu MrK p,.,,,,,,, .Mrs. A u,,., Mr.
Albert Judd, J Inf. Cniuplii'll-ParKer,
Prison, Hnwnll Islands.
Dear Sir: Your iintnu has
Mrs. II. I Marx, Mrs I" .1 lmrey.
Testimony wns taken this morning
by Deputy Attorney Ocnernl Mllvcrtou
l.cfote u notary in tho matter of tho
settlement of tho boundary of Hlcna
loll. This-Is tho Orecnwnld patent or
land near Knllun. It Is a question of
where tho boundary lino of the land
begins. Tho lino runs from tho old
mission some miles up tho mountain.
Tho question Is ns to whether It be
gins back In the mission property or
nt tho long wnll that runs for some
thirty miles back up the mountain.
Tho matter depends upon tho mean
ing of certain Hawaiian words In tho
patent, which Is in Hawaiian. Tho
testimony of Professor Alexander, who
wns formerly surveyor, nnd of Survey
or Kmerson, J. F. IJrown nnd others
was tnken. This was dony. nccoidlng
to n stipulation nnd on older of the
court nt Knllun, where tho case wns
tried. Thcro was no one nt Kalluu
qualified to testify as to tho oxact
meaning of the words In question.
mentioned to us by oi) of our rrleiids !Mr) c Montague CikI-. Jr., .Mrs.
ns having an up-ttHlntu'Vslltiillon, WcK, p .,.' ,' .... . ....
lllfM oi mo ISI
A fnrowolb nwptlraii will bo given
In Mnmor of' Oca It: 'Campbell, who
leaves on tho Siberia Feb. 5 for tho
Count by the brothers of tho Chung
Wall Iidgo, No. 4, K. of P.. this even
ing. All members aro Imlted to nt-tend.
is the best
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
do not know what tho I
anils lire in regard to tho leasing of
comlct Inlmr; but tin' writer figured
that no burin would, be-clone In wrlllug
to you on the subject.
Wo mnnufncluro In qullo a few of
the different Stute Institutions success
fully nnd would be In n imsltiou In
oernto In your Institution, provided, of
course, nrrnngements satisfactory to
you could bo made.
Wo have nn Idea that there would
bo n sumclent work-shirt business In
linn nil nnd the Philippines to wurrant
putting In nn Industry of this kind, nii.l
ehould 1e very glad to hear from ou
on tho subject. Wo could use any
number of men could send you u roni
pclent superintendent who could trail
the help to make the ordinary woiK
hhlrt In u ery short time. Tho ludiif
try Ib a success. Plenty of reforeneo
could bo given nnd wo would bo pleas
td to hear from you when the matter
could be gone Into further.
UF.I.IANCK MFfl. CO.
Mr. Henry was Immediately struck
with tho possibilities of tho proposl
Hon, nnd' slates that he believes thnt
sonm such work would bo n good thing
for both tho Territory nnd the prison
ers. Of course, it would not bo neces
sary to nccept tho proposal of tin
firm which writes to Inquire about tho
matter. That would bo n question tn
bo settled later on.
The High Sheriff's original Idcn wns
Hint the misdemeanor prisoners, those,
confined for u year or less, who nro
not hcntcnccd to hard labor, might bo
imployed In this way. Tho work
would also afford something for the
women to do, and somo of those con
Katuehniiiehii Alumni Association nt
the Young Hotel. The object Is to
maintain n needy student nt the col
Miss Currlc Copetald Tut tie will be
Hurried to Mr. Jinucs Melville Mon
snrrnl on Monday evening nt St. An
On February seventh the opening
(onceit nt the Heiiuinn's Institute will
Mr. Ktidlnnd Ilode ul S
FOR LANAI ISLAND LANDS
GOVERNOR QUITE SATISFIED AND1
LOSES NO TIME IN CARRYING .
OUT LAND EXCHANGE
Comldoiuble satisfaction wityi ex
prosKcd In the tone of olce used bv
the (lovernor jostordny as he announc
ed (be I .ana I bind exchange deal.
The bid. which has remained scaled
on account of court Interfeienco, was
The value of lands thnt have been
exchanged for l.anal laud, according
to tnxatlon value, exceeds the upprnU
cd valuation of tlio lauds on the small
flfllM SESSION !
OF SUPREME COli;
IjikI Suturdny night was unusually
Interesting nt tho Hotel Il.iihs, for
several well known ouiig girls did
some graceful swimming ft ills Anions
them wero Mlsics Itestiirlrk. Allet
Hustings, C. nnd P. Her The gul
lerles were packed with niniised spci
. ...... .. i
tutors uuil great crcciu is one uiesu.,,.
young girls for their nrqiintle skill
Thero was a largo private parly on!
Thursday evening nttrnded 1i thlrt
guests, nml Hie Ilaths.nre always avail
able for entertainment of this older.
Mis. Ileur) K. Hlghtou artlvnl on
the steamship Korea from Honolulu
nnd will live for the present m 2fil2
Webster street with her slsier. Mrs
CooKe. ,ludge Hlghtun's tiuieinl wll
lake pliiee-oii'Siiudny Hflernoim nt I.Jill
oVIodt fliimUhe Mustmie Hall on MIs
tlon Ktiei'tiiearZrwenty-thlnl, under
the nuspltes of the Uniglus 'lemplar.
Callfoihla Conimandery No. I. H. F.
Chronicle, January :.".
Mis. Will Avery was the guest of
honor nt a charmingly lnfoiuiiil dinner
given li Mr. nnd Mrs. James Wilder
on Thursd.o night.
Mr nnd Mrs. I.vwtou-llrnlii enter
tallied at dinner on Thursday evening , . , .,
r, m i . ,, ..., ,lHininI. so says the Clovernor.
,.,..i m. i ,1 ,, . .. . OoNornor Curter expresses romplelK
n.,.1 Mis. A. 0. Hnwes, Jr ..ml others. UtLfacllon In the exchange that has
been made, inasmuch ns be believes
thnt the l.anal lauds will pass Into
bnnds both willing and abto to lirlnv: ;
tho lauds up to u better state of cultl
vat Ion as regnrds fencing, finest, ile
st ruction of wild goats, nnd other
harmful animals that now roam nt will.
One pleco of pron'rty wlurh comes
under control of the (iou-riiim-tit with
the exchange Is the old Maerleus proii
city on the oilier side of Thomas
Squnie, which, with appropriations
Irom the Legislature, will make an
Ideal location for a much needed High
Sehisd building. The Hopper prop-
Keep n buttle of the Hitters
handy If you would save a lot
of suffering When tin? Stom
ach, I.Ivor or Kidneys arc tin
nblo to perform their work a
few doses will help wonderfully.
It never falls In cases of Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Cottlvenus,
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney Ills or Malaria
CascH for the Februurs session oft
the Supreme Court, beginning next
Monday, aro as follows.
I. ill Hie mailer of the estate of
lllkualalll II. Noholo.i. deceased. A
peul fioui Circuit Judge, Second Cir
cuit. H. C. ..Peters for appellant,
Holmes & fflnnley for upiiellees,
i i.- i-i.ri...- i.,v !...,. ,.u lertvils also tncliiiled In the deal An
l iiia nni nnwi t ---
Mukeo Sugar (i, A.PPenl from Circuit "ther acquisition Is the Tnntalus prou
.Judge, Fifth Circuit. Attorney (letter
nl for petttloner-appelleo; H. W. llreek
oils fur respoiideiit-nppellnut.
S. Harry T. Mills vs. John S. Wnlk
(exceptions from Circuit Court
Mty of the Coney estnte.
The Urn eminent certainly (et no
grass grow under Its feet In mnMng
Hie exchange of the l.anal properly af
ter the decision wns handed down In
First Circuit. A. S. Ilniiiiihreys fm the Suiretm Court, which went ugalnsl
plnliiilff-iippellee; Ocu. A. Davis for do McCandless on every point. MeCnnd
I. J. It. Kline w a, Deputy Assessor
vs. .1. K. Kaanaana. Aipenl from Dis
trict Mnglstrate, Kwn. Attorney den-
nil for plnlutlff.nppellaiit: ilefeuduiit
ippcllee In default.
ii. W. W. Itriiuer s l.ouls Andrn-
de. Krior In t'licult Court. First ('
cull. II. (I. Midilledllrh for plalntlff-
Pelerson for defend.
less' rhnnce of tnklng the case In the
United States Supreme Court seems to
lade on account of the case being nn
The exrlinngo of properly was made
.M-sliinlay through the Inslriimeiitnllt.v
of the Henry Wnleiho-iso Trust Com
Ir-'pany, Ltd., who are agents for the
Coney Tantalus propctty.
Following Is, u list of tho binds linns
feued by-tlm nbovo firm, wllh Ihelr
ussessed valiintloiiH for IlMir,:
Kalawnhllie, coutallilng 2M 1-2 net en,
and known nn the Coney Tantalus
uppellaut; ('. I
;, WIIIIiiiii Henry vs. Arthur M.
lliow-ii. Hxreptlous from Circuit
Court, First Circuit. Mngoon &. I.lgbt-
fooj for ptalntlrf-upixilleo; (Sen, A. Da-, properly: the property nt the corner
ls iwul (leo. D. (lenr for defeudnnl i ol King, l.lUeliko and I'uni-bliowl ami
Mrs. ICnima Cmlerlot ol WiiIIiiku rii-liipuelliiiit
lerlnlned n mnnlier-of-hcr lady friends
nt her home on M-iln street, oppo-dic
(he Wnlliiku deiHit, ton card pa
Saturday afternoon. Among the
who Uirncd out were Mrs. C. 11. Wells,
Mrs. II. II. Peuhnllow. Mrs. K. II. Hail,
Mrs. Moeller. Mrs. Kiln Austin. Mrs.'
W. A. Mcknv, Mrs. J. 'W. U Marshall,,
ESlP. t. IES dlVES
D W 1
known as tho Hopper homestead; the
.,MiicrtciiB. Jiouiestcad ut tho comer of
1 lieretanlu avenue, Victoria and Young
streets, and tho Kniuakaii property nt
Punchbowl ami Fiitmii streets, adjoin
'lug tho Itopul School, The ussessed
I vnluo of these premises In Hint; was as
and many others. Till' guests ml . icsier.uo ntiernoou ine i iiwnim..
vi.nnlii-1 1 i.ivlnir bud u verv oiilovnble' -t'oaro neiil us regular iiioiuiu uu-ei
Among the passengers arriving by
tho Hongkong Maril, lust Wednes
day, nre Miss Kute MncOregor, Miss
ELECTRIC POWER Nil SILL MACK
Motors of all sizes from l-horocpower up may be profitably
used to drive machinery In small shops' and stores. They arc very
convenient. Requlro no care no coal no oil no matches and
are clean. Always ready for use. Call Main 390 for any further
Information you desire. ,
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OFflCC KING AND ALAKEA ST5
ictcd of felony. Tho Inttcr mo now iwnnn nieeie. .,ir. uooen .Mini.rrgor
used In road-work, caring for tho nnd Mr. Ward Sutherlninl, who are on
parks, etc. Thero nre somo of them, '"I'' ' '"'"1 t'10 w'"''l via the
howover, whom It Is not considered Orient. Tho MncOregor party are from
htifu to allow outside tho prison wnlls, K'nnnda mid during their stay In llotui
on account of tho dcsporaleness of I'll" "' ho tho guests of Mrs. Fred
their character, or who aro unfitted ' Whitney unit Mrs. Frank I llntrh.
r,tt- mi, I. Imii,. Uftrk Iw.pillIKi, flf I llllf.MH or i "K w
other physical Incapacity.
High Sbellf Hrnry yestcrdny was
iitwlr.f.i!ril nrt t'o'w'lielher t.iicb a ntotv
Ohlltou would slahd In law, and paused '
It up to Attorney fienernl Peters. Pi--,
lers stateif that tho law would not'
allow of the working of the tufi.de. '
niennor prisoners, but theto Is nothing I
to prevent the employment of thu crlm
tttals at such Inbnr.
in sovcrnl of tho Stato Penltentlar
les tho irlsonerg aro used tn operate
manufactoilcs of vnilous kinds. In
San Qucntln they uro used for the
manufacture of Jute bags. Kansas has I
1ug In their looms In the PiogreM
lilot-K. After most routine work bait
lcen passed President P. C. Jones
nlled Vice President W. W. Hull to
(he chair and then addressed tin
lloatil. A vote which linil Just pit
vlously been taken, that ntithorlsnl the
Kalawahlu $ Tii.nuu
Hopper premises 17,5111)
Maei tens homo JOmil
Kaiuakan ptoperty C.r.uo
' In the Selling of
id well as In other
It is the QUALITY of
the meat we handle (hat
wins new friends and pa
trous for us every day.
Try our Dolled I lam
Wee Hop & Co.,
Dr Itount returned this morning
I'liini his trip to the How and to Kl
Iliicii He says that on Thursday even
lig the glow from Kilntiea was so
great Hint tho rellectlon could hi' seen
in llllo. something that has not hup
lined for years. Ho Is enthusiastic
over the magnificence of the Kllauea
(inter, and sn.is that tho guide Is eou-
Tlm assessed vnluo of tho l.anal ndent the nil of Itiilemaiimau will till
nniovnl of the Hoard's olllccs from property last ycur was $1117,000. up and overllow
the Progress block, ns the same bad -i . -i i i . u . .i . . . . .
been mid to the .Inpuneso (!iiermueni
Miss Ktout's Interesting lectures
were ended wllh the una given ut Mis.
C. M. Cooke's on Tuesday nfternoou.
A danre will lie given tonight by the
P. E. R. Strauch
pest Assortment In tho City.
RICH GLKS, EMBROIDERIES,
NOVELTIES, TOYS, CURIOS.
STOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
Men's Dress Shirts-
SWELL COLOR TONES
50c, 65c, 75c,
$1, $1 25
1033 Nuuanu St., bet. King and Hotel,
ti penitentiary bindery twlno factory
In tho Stales the employment of
prisoners at such work has been vig
orously opposed by tho labor unions,
nml as n rule only such articles aro
manufactured as aro not liable tu
throw any free labor out of employ
This objection would not hold I'l
Hawaii. For one thing, oiguulzcil la
bor has no strength here, to ninount to
much. For another, tho urtlclus which .
It Is suggested to manufacture nio
made hero almost entirely b) .Inpun
eso. Thoro nio comparatively fowl
whlto men or Hawallnns engaged In
It Is suggested that, while thu law
fotbldH making tho misdemeanor prl!
oneis work, tunny of tlirm probably'
vould bo glad of the i bunco to do hi, I
it they wcto allowed a small wagu for
their work. This would enable thorn
to iiid their families whqro they wish i
id to do mi nnd would give them
i.oiuothlug to start on when thoy aro1
lele.iheil fiom Jail.
Ilolh tho High Shorlff mid tho Al-i
tornoy General expressed themselves
ns very favorably Impressed with thoi
Idea. It would lenulro legislative lie-'
Hon before It (cold bo put Into opurn.
Imn, and High Sheriff Henry Mated
yoEtouliiy Hint, as tho Legislature
mccta soon, this Is a good tlmo to
ba'vo It discussed.
Furnished 5r. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulant School
$16. per m.
on eonXltlons thnt all tenants vacate
the premises, set veil as a subject fori
Hie remarks made by Pieslilonl Jones,
III u few well fnorod words I'lesldent
Jones stuted that .on behalf of himself
nml wllclio, presented to the Ileal d for
Its futtiiu,usi;'us u meeting place, the,
iiiilidsomo piece of propcrO on tlio
poitbeust (oruer of Men hunt and Ala
Much feeling was exiuessed by the
Hoard members as they In turn ie
hponded with titling winds. Tlio prop
el ty uimived iiiiisists of a piece ot
laud coveied bv a Hue stone biilldlu'
two stoilcs in helKht. The upper Hour
will bo used as the future heiidquarterb
of the Hoard
Dr Itowatt has only n few thorough
hted Japanese spaniel pug puppicH
I left. Hotter order ono now hcforo thoy
74 S. KING ST. me all gone.
Judge Lindsay this morning denied i
the libel of Annie Wong Mini versus j
Wong Man for illwuio mid dismissed '
the bill. Aunlo nlleged extreme ciuel-l
ty mi the patt of her husband. i
OJJ T TO-D
THE FEBRUARY NUMBER
Tire Scars op Wau
With Skcretary Root in Brazh,
The War op the Sexes
The News op the World Condensed i
4 ARTICLES, 8 STORIES, 5 POEMS
The Metropolitan publishes every month
ue strongest American articles
and the best Action
At all Newsdealers
HE SHIRTS wc make to order
have a touch, a tone, or an air about them
that at once suggests dressiness.
Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize " that
little difference" between a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that docs not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comlott as well as appearance.
We Make Shirts
Wc make them to lit p:rfcctly: besides' they're
made stronger and will weir longer than the
usual rcady-lo-wcar kind. A large quantity ol
fresh new samples now on dispKiy. It will take
only a minute lo look them over and leave your
M- Mclnerny, Ltd,
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Hotel Street Store
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