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3:30 O'CLOCK I HUHII 8MB PEOPLE 10 BUV i00DS
VOL. VI. No. 3626
HONOLULU. rKKKITOKI OF HA WAD. TUKSDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1907
Puiob ft Oi:kth
ajJrtaL : '
lAltoctattd rrttt BftcM Cabin)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 20. E.
H. Harriman, testifying today before
the Interstate Commerce inquiry,
fiaid that he denoscd Stuyvcsant Fish
as president of the Illinois Central
Railroad because Fish used the funds
of the road to pod trust company
(Amoctattd Vrem Fuldul Cable)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 20.
Continuing her testimony today, Mrs.
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw said that when
her husband saw Stanford White he
noted like a man in a fit.
iS M M
Tim shipment of Filipinos which
arrived from Manila in tho Nippon
Marti )estorday departed tills noon
in tho Klnnii for Olan, whore thev
will join tho momheis of the party
brought by A. F. Jik.i1 In December.
Thoro wcro 20 inon, 2 women mill 2
children. Two of tho men had con
tracted hovcro colds during tlio voy
ii go nml will ln Kepi In Honolulu
until they rrcovor.
A list nf tho olllcers elected to servo
for tho ensuing enr In tho Kohala Sug
ur Co. Ih published in this Issue.
There Is a risk about keeping
valuable papers in the house
that is not fully realized until
there is a fire or a burglar on
the premises'. We are willing to
take the risk for four dollars a
year and guarantee security.
The Henry Waterhoi.se
Trust Company, Ltd.
term CMirx tbr. ii'i
MAbll IN NI'.W YOHK
s . -7 'i -i.mi
rL.ik L- M i'3luW'tWji'
riutM.i i k n,tt, i ji -
"-hi m P'4
'111 n 1Mb t
ffl l wit'
fiwin mniffin MrMMrMBr iiMiiiriiMnii'wi w
wm t n
Sues Pacific Hardware
Company For Sum
An liitcrcstliic milt was cnteied to
day In the Circuit Court hy .lumen 11.
Spencer of thin city against tho Pnclflu
Hnrdwnrc (o. According to tlio alle
gations In (he complaint Spencer was
einpioicit as vice nrcsiueni mm sccrc-
tnry of tho concern from January 1,
1D05 tilt October 31. 1900. Ho was to
I cic ho a unlary of $250 tier motitli, Tlio
totnl salary duo him, according to tlio
complaint would ho Tr'00 mid of thlK
miioinit he ha received only 14400 and
hiiM now entered milt for the remaining
Nothing sensational ilocloied In
tho Lumber Trust case this morning,
It. W. Cnthcurt and Paul MiililcndorlT
being tho only witnesses on the
stand. Cuthcart's testimony wits
very Hlmllar to that glvon yesterday
liy I- J. Uiwroy and In hoiuo wa) ex
plaining tho rumnrkablo showing In
icgnrd to prices which was made hy
that gentleman. It developed that
tlio lumber gold for $37.fiO is the
poorest grado of lough lumber, whilo
that bought In Sun Francisco la ot
When tho lumber a,rrlvoffrioro it Is
sorted and tho finest Is sold for $IS,
tho next grado for a little less nml
tho remainder for $37. no. Off tho
high-class lumber, tho firms mnnagu
to make a small pioflt
Mublendorff made a very poor wit
ness, attempting to evade tlio ques
tions which wcro asked him hy tho
Federal iittorno)H. Ho wan singu
larly lacking In tho knowlcdgo ot
tlio manner In which tho affaire n(
Allen & ltoblnsou have been conduct
ed In )c.irs past for a man who Iris
occupied tho position of vlco presi
dent anil manager In the concern as
lung as ho has. Ho will probably ho
on tlio stand for soniff time, as tho
hiwers for tho prosecution will keep
hammering al him tilt they got sat
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
miners to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
the part that dress playi In
thaplno a jntn't career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-fitting tult of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated in atyle, a man
may at heart be gentleman
of the highest type, and a go
nlui in ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
ON OW PAY
Several Biiis Pass Their
Tho Kenale (omened al 10 o'llocu'
mid iuiiuedlatel plunged lutu business
Hcltl reported for the Comnilttco
on IMiicallon on Urowii'u resolution W
npproprlnlo $300U fur llllo High Hdiool
liirnltme, iccommciidliig Its adoption.
Tnblcd to he considered with tlio Ap
Tho l'rliilliig Committee reported
that Henale bills 7 mid 23 had been
orneniis" i'av rixi:u.
Ikiwtctl olteied n resolution that tlia
olllceis of tho Heliate bo paid as fol
lows: Clerk, $10 per da) ; ntslstant
clerk, $5, scrgeaiit-ut-urms, ?l, mcs
scMicr, $3; Janitor. $3, chiiplnlu $IM
for tho session. '
Ciielho mm ed to amend by giving
tho assistant clerk $S. tho soigennt-at-
iirms $U a da, mid tho chaplain Jl'.'O
for tho hcsslon. He found no second.
Kalama mined to refer tho leiolu-
tlon to the Ai counts Committee.
Dov. sett's mill Ion to adopt his icso-
lutlon carried by a oto of 8 to 4.
Hennte Hill t, relating to tho eslab
llshuient of flio depurtmeuts for Wal
luku I-alinlna and Knhulul and other
towns where deiiartmcuts were organ
ized cnio iiji for third reading. It
placed tlio conttol ocr sucu depnrl
ineuts over to tho lloaida of Hupcr
ls(irs. Coelho moved that It pass. It
passed by an unanimous vole.
MAUHIKI) WOMUN'H KIOIITS.
Souato Dili II, lelatlng to tho rlghtH
of mnirled women to ileal willi their
veparnto piopcrly, was passed hy a Midi
of 1 to 2, Ilronn and MuKelcau wiling
Senate III 1 1 SO, npprupilattng $20009
to defray tho bcnalo oxpeuscs, passed
third reading by mi unanimous otc.
.Senate Hill l niolilbllltig tho cut
ting., Injuring or damaging tiees on
tho land of another, pjsred thlnl read
ticmito 1)111 2;i, relating to forest ica-
crvatlous, passed UiliU reading uuan
Sonatn Hill ill, making nppmpi hit Ions
lor tin dr mrtiueutiil ut.e of tho leirl
tor), in 'ef-. el to Uio Ways and
Means Commune on motion by Don
kclt. iloumi Illlt 13, appropriating $3O,O0(l
to defray the expenses of tho llousu,
passed fceiond reading,
Kennto lllll 27, piovldlng that all lub
oicrs under tho Territory should n
paid no lest than $l.r0 a day, was in
terred to tlio Wajs and Me.inn Commit
tee. Senate lllll 29, allowing any person,
firm or corporation to erect Its own
Mireliouio for hturugc of oils and other
liquid oxplosucs, was referred to the
Ways and Means Committee.
At 11:10 a. m. a recess was taken
until 2 p. m.
All tho teachers of tlio public,
schools of tho city linvn boon invited
to n lecture which will bo given In
tlio lloanl of duration rooms Thurs
day afternoon at .1 o'clock by 1).
Ilownid llltrhiock. Tho subject
which Mr. Hltdieoek has selected Is
"Pictures and Their Use In School
was shot down at the door of his
home some months aco. He carried
n policy in tho Standard Life and
Accident Co., and his wiff prompt
ly received $6,000. Few meet with
such an ending as murder, but all
are most liable to accidents more or
less serious. Protect yourself and
Fori 8t. Honolulu
(Wildest! Special to lliillctln)
llllo, I'cli, 2(1. The aupralse
iients of the Haknla i lauds
which wero petitioned for In tlio
(horlo mid Lillian Keith men t As
hoctatlo'is, placed them al iilnct)
to a hundred and ton dollats an
lure. Tliese flgtiret are i-ediieed
V 70 per cent If tho land Is taken
-t hy settlers. Tho lands will be tif
f fercd at tho upiiralecment figures.
I'ctltions nro being prepaid! up-
pealing to tho Legislature It is
4 claimed that tho nppinlM meats
f aro too high. Tlio petitioners In-
slst Unit, they want the laud
4 opened on tho saino terms as were
given tho Molokans, t
-- f-"f-f-tf t'f -t--i-
(AatoclafA ITfi Xreotat Cable)
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Feb. 26.
Chief of Police Shuts and Chief of
Detectives Raleirth have been arrest
cd for conspiracy to defraud tour
(Hpeclal lliillctln Wireless)
1IILO, Hawaii, Teh. 2C The
United Slates revenue cutter
Manning has arrived liorc.
tf I H t- '''
Tlio funeral of tho Into Mis. ('. 0.
Darttett was held this ntternoou from
the home o. Iirr mother on llerelniiln
etrect. There was a large nttciidaiiu!
of relatives and ft lends.
Tho Keiialo this afternoon spent most
of Its tlmo on the bill lelatlng to the
Impounding of estrays. Tho Houbo ud
Jonrued a little after .1 p. m.
An Knglish manufacturing firm has
hsd texts from the Hilda printed on the
sides of Kg railway tars.
V BULLETIN AD8. PAY -M
Sit on one of
, Think It'Jovor
and ho one
of tho 100
Fight Made To Reduce
Tho House met at 'J a. m,
Superintendent of Public Works
Hollowny submitted his report, lit
eluding tho salaries of the employes.
Head and referred to tho Lauds Com
mittee. More Settlement Petitions
Tho following petitions wcro In
tiodiiced by ltepiesciitatlvo Nnku
lckn; Tim voters in tlio County or Ka
lawao, Kulaupap.1, petition tho Leg
islature of 1907:
1 That liquor ho permitted In tlio
2 That Dr. Wnllncli ho allowed
to enter tho settlement to treat lep
.1 That tho ration allowance ho
luci eased from $10 to $1C a jcar.
4 That tho laborers of the settle
ment ho paid. $1 a day and upwards.
r, That $4,000 bo sot asldo from
the general appropriation for tho'
Mipport mid maintenance of lepers
for tho pay of pollco of the County
C That an appropriation be tnaitu
for tho purpose, of supplying free ot
charge postage stamps for the lep
ers. Signed by lit persons, rtefcrrod
to Miscellaneous Committee.
That an appropriation bo muilo for
tho election of a homo for non-leprous
hoys, sons of lopors, to bo erect
ed at Honolulu.
That nu appropriation bo mado for
tho erection ot a court house mid Jail
for Kalawao County.
That Or. Wallacli ho permitted lo
enter the settlement to give his treat
ment to io,. at "n oxpmiso.
That tho Hoard of Health '"pair
the buildings owned by tho lopors,
ami that the lloanl acquire title to
That tho "suspect law" bo repeal
ed mid thai tho cutting of pieces nf
flesh from tho suspects detained at
Kalihi ho prohibited.
' That tho operation of tho settle
ment dairy bo discontinued for theso
leasons: 1, Very few persons aro ru
telvlng milk supply, about one-third
only, tho other two-thirds of the toil
ers receiving none at all; 2, the (!ov
crnment Is paying out consldcrabln
money for this luxury from tho
funds appropriated for tho support
mid maintenance of tho lepers, and
theroforo should bo discontinued.
Heferrcd to tho Miscellaneous
Kalelopu, chairman Lands Com
mittee, reported on tho bill for an
appropriation of $2,000 for tho croc
(Continued on Page 3)
courtesy J. Hopp & Co,
Secretary Atkinson Has
Wired To Hilo Of
Societal y Atkinson has taken rain
thai the good penjilo of llllo shall hac
a rhance to be prepared for the com
Ing of tlie Japanese fleet which leaves
hero this afternoon. This morning ho
sent a wireless message to tho Secre
tary of tho llllo lloanl of Trade, men
tioning tho fact thai the Japancso fleet'
would arrive at llllo on Wednesday.;
Ho also esked that the Hoard of Trade
tako such steps as they saw lit to re-1
celve tho Heel and sco thnt they wcro
cordlall) treated whllo In that til)
In speaking of tho .lupnncse officers
Seerctar) Atkinson said.
"1 have been very much Impressed
by the behavior and character of tlm
olllcers on tho Japanese squadron
which leaves here this afternoon They,
nro as line a set of men as can be1
found In tho nnv) of this or any oMior,
country and I am sorry to seu thenil
leave. They am men of high education!
ami good breeding Admiral Tcmloln!
Is ouo ot the finest diameters whom 1
ever met vlle Is n cieilll to his or am
other country "
SAYS HAWAII HAS
That Hawaii his considerable min
ing Interests wn3 the surprising fact
which was made known to Omernor
Carter by a letter from u California
MMitlcmnn, who writes us follows:
San rrnnclsco, Jan. 21, 1907.
lion. Course It. Carter, Honolulu, Ha
Dear Sli "or the past ten )car I
have been 'iiiptitlug, gathering and
tabulating ' ovulation for publUatloii
in u M.nli . Imglncer's Pocket Hook
This liool will bo Btrlrtly technical,
containing lueful tables and lilies for
engineers and an complete mid concise
a description of tho mines and mliilur,
operations of the United States as inu
ho written In one volume.
As the mining iuterejts of )our Ter
ritory uro loiisldcrablo mid detenu I
favoiablo mention in thl hook, I taku
tho liberty of asking jou tn send mo
nnv nrlntcl m.illnr tiiiliHsbeil hv the
luilhorit) of )our Tyiltory that may!
lontmii ininrmntion vvnicu )ou minx
would. If imbllthed In my hook, bo of
lienollt to your Territory.
If thoio publications mo not for gra
tuitous distribution, please ndvibO mo
as to purcliuho prlco beforo shipment
California, fortunately, has a mining
bureau, tl.c chief duty of which by to
tolled and mako known matters of"u
terest to the mining world I know of
no such Institution In )onr Territory
nnd henco apply lo jou for Informa
Commissioner Dodgn asked at )os
terday's meeting of tlio Hoard of Pub
lic Instruction who Is. lesjionslblo It
tomcono falls off tho high precljiltcs In
the vicinity of the Normal school. 1I
was appointed a committee of ono tn
find out tho proper authority to taku
tho matter un. it rests somewhere bu-
twfcu tho Public Works uftlia and tint
couni) nuiicrv iMirs.
i' n'" ftTfc In GNU KID DLUCIIER OXrOUDS ' j
KW Sh mlu'c ')y "ie as- Chase Co., we have ,j
BHwTS. )Wk o ?5 "oc ""' w" fit 'ou to 'our , 1
u V1 wV perfect satisfaction. These shoes Jh
Jv K made on tlle ,lyl',u Piccsdily last, ,jffl
NSjs' ' ' and with flatiron, medium extenston ' jm
SJS tole, are wonderful sellers. jR
Mannfacturers' Shoe 1
$5.00 .""H ' I
1051 FORT STREET, M
PHONE MAIN 882, 'Jl
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Mmoclitfff Vrtk Pjttclal fabitl
WASHINGTON, D. C . Tcb 2G
It lias been decided to reject the bids
for the construction of the Panama
Canal by contract, Engineer Stev
ens, who hns had charge since tho
rctiicmcnt of Shouts, hns resigned.
The Fresidcnt has asked Major Gic
Ihnls to succeed him.'
Major (leorge Washington llm-tlnls
Is a graduate of llie Mllllar Auulcuiv
at West Point to which he was iip
ixiliited from New York In 11s7iS lie
Is at ores'iit a member nf the Tail
HimiiI. which Is pic'iurliiK the tn
sysluu of il fciiM", , of the United
.States -Hid Its possessions. He is IH
X ars of ago.
Tho most Interesting fonliiro of Ilia
nppoliitment conies tn tin- fact that it
Is dvldcnt thai the work of building tho
Panama Canal vlll revert to the Corp
or Hiiglneerx after tho experiment of
tm uiU" tho work through clylllr,im.
wal li b.i'i been tried for sovorul jinrs
pant Ttio Knglmer Corps of the II S
at my hns for many )car been in
i harge of nil the harbor and river Im
provement v.brk In the t'nltcd States
ami It was expected at Hist that thy
would have charge ot the building of
the (anal. In plan; of this Hi? oiiarne
of the (anal construction was glum to
(Ivlllnmi who had ii"ve.r heen ix'ir
leuccd In tho brunch of work
Mjiorl.ilr.l 1'icn Si'telnl Cnblt)
MONTREAL. Canada, Feb. 2G.
Hp.clida&a, n Protestant school in
this city, was binned today. Twcntv
four bodies were tnken from the
The bods nf -"Tlltlt" Ahreiis will bo
brought li.uk in the Siberia, duo to
morrow If the (trainer arrives In tho
morning, as it prnb.tbl) will, t-crUret.
will be held at the family homo In tlm
afternoon al 4 SO, Tho burial will
take phuo tho next day at Walniiao
" If the Shoe Fits,