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UWININO DUIit.r.TIN, HONOI.m.U. T II, HATI'llHAV, MAhrll M IM
Deputy Sheriff Jarrett Ignored .
By Iaukea Threatens To Resi
The Shirt That
Always Pleases You
CHIEF OF DETECTIVES RUNS POLICE STATION
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We have Juit received large supply of Ihete drcuy shirts.
The very lateit spring stylet are repreiented In the beautiful
atiortment o( patterns delt, cheeks, and stripes.
Skillful, artistic designing, and fine materials give the "Man
hattan" a superior place among shirts. And their value Is fur
ther enhanced by their excluslveness.
ONLY A FEW OF EACH PATTERN IN STOCK.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
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dlri'clcd in ham Johnson
linwllii" vIroiiiiisI.i opposed Hip
passage if the hill which hi' said, put
Ion iiiiiiIi power In I ho bund n olio
limn. In most of thg counties, liu said,
hy far tin- hnci pari of tilt1 icvciiiich
lire spent In 10ml work, nml If tho
roail supervisor were elected Instead
of appointed. In' would liavo (ho
hih'IiiIIiir of ull tills money ami would
not In' tcspoiislblc to die Iloaitl of Hup.
CTVlHMS IH III JHOOIII.
Such it condition i f art aim would
iiuitii itixiiinlinpeiiior a iulltl al ma
i'IiIiii! itiiiid powerful than any that bus
oiorfhU'll seen In tlm Islands. Hiiwlln
inuv'il itmi the report of I hi' commit-
Icebo niloplcd .mil Hit' hill ho talilcil.
u I ( 1 1 1 1 ulso uniHiecd lilt' iassui,3
.in me inn.
y KiiIihi mi of lliv opinion that Koad
SuhtvImiis uiirIii to la' elected. II.'
did not, liowcvci. atrip with that pro
vlilon of the hill rtimlrltiK Komi Hup
crvltors to hi icak KiiIIhIi, hut thoimht
an ainciiilnu'iit roiild ho made lo the
hill lo remedy Hull ilofoct hy uiuklUK
the nhllliy lo speak Hawaiian cnnuitli
to 1)11 tcipiliciucni. Ilo urged, theic
loro, the adoption of ihc cuinuiltlcc'.i
IV 1 1 niiivod that Ihc ii'jMirt ho tabled
u nd the hill pusii second icudini,'.
Culioy suhi tho election of Itond Hup-
v - i rvlsor iiiIkIU work nil rlfiht in n place
like IIoiioIiiIii '.'hole there nio plenty
- of compcicM mrn In choose, ftoiii, hut
on Kauai and .Maul It la dllleiont. An
iiH-otnpcii'iii man might he elected,
who would Hjiond llio pcoplo money
i'. Kauai, ho sulci, thorn Is no Road
ai! i vlwir at piescnt. tint if thu ul
llco iiini- elective, some man would
lie oloi ii-ii. Just for llio snko of thu of
fice and i hi' county would have to pay
lilm a Kiilar, whether llicro was any
thins for hlln lo do or not.
NO DAM hCANDAU
(all thought thu pjbsago of thu bill
would hi- a iirosrcsslvo Htep. When
(ouiil Riivi'i linn nt wax flrxt proposed,
, )iau i-.ihl it could not ho made a suc-
s c"w, hut tin- reull Iiuh proved that It
Ik suciissfiil. The same tlilii); would
ho loiiud to ho tine in io;;nnl lo the
. itoctloii of toad supervisor.
"The Honoiahle gentleman from
Muni ms thai there inn no competent
men la Maul to Mil the ulllcu of load
supcrvltor. I want to tell the gentle
man that .Maul has no Nimaiiii dam
whole hundreds of thnusuucls of dol
lars hao heen wanted."
l'all eiltielzed thu Judicial-)- Commit
tee foi inakliiR hiicIi a repoit. "If lliey
didn't like the shape the hill wua 111,"
he asked, "wlrj didn't they ilx It lip
limtead of llimwiiiR il had; onto tho
IIoiimu to have It fought out."
Thai in. ido ltawllux waim under the
- collar ami lin hull)' denied that tlm
iiugultleo had heen laielesn or ncgll
(.'! In the iiialler. "Thht hill won
IhoTuuglily (hranlied out In tho Judi
ciary Committee," ho bald. "No ol.l
goon thtoiigli that comiuitteo without
caieful coiisideiMtloii, and 1 want lo
ay ilKht hero that I will never bleu
ii reiHtit on n hill that I have not had
time to consider carefully."
The matter wim finally deferred un
til 'I ucMlay.
CAIti: OP 1KHANI-:
Thu Ilouso '..im,u1 on third reading
HawlliiH' hill traiiKferrlug thu liiimed
lain diiculon of tho Insiuiu aB.vliiin lit
u Hoard of .Medical DIuvtorH.
Itaw'lius uiged llio pasragu of tho
hill, and an an llin-tiaihin of what
good might hi- doiiu h) a lucasiue dc
hluiibil to rIo heller medical treat
ment to llio Insane, ho Hinted that lailt
nlghl he and the chairman of the
Ilialth t'ommlllco were will Mug down
Hotel fill eel when he saw u man
iiouehed III luc Hhadow of a build
ing. Ho thought at llict the man
might he u burglar, but In striking, n
iiiatch ho illKinvcied thu inau wan ono
who had two da)x hefoiu escaped from
the Insane asylum. On questioning
111 in, ho learned that dining those two
Deputy Slier Iff Will lain l. Jarrcti
I serhnmly lonsldcriiiR renlgnnthni
' from hi ixmltlon, Ilo ha gono hi
, far a to talk the matter over with
the lender of his party and n number
of hi friend. While no conclusion
' linn been reached n Jot It will nut
turprlso any of those who arc lull-
mnto with police affair to see Jar--
rott's reslgnntlon handed In nt llio
next meeting of tho Hoard of Super
j Thu reason which I given for Jar
lotto threat of reslgnntlon Is that ho
claim that he has been Ignored hy
thu Sheriff. Tho reason, however,
ulitrh Is cpnnriillv credited in the
J matter I that Jarrett I Jealous of
thu Inlliietice which Chief of Detect
ive A. I. Taylor lin with Sheriff
certain degrre there I tin iloilbt n( , twi-en limken ntid Jnrretl occurred
nil In tpcnkltig of the matter an I wn rather strange, a Jarrett had hut I
ix-in?inbor of (lie police department ui ver slight oxcutn for his talk of,
enld this morning il-mlKiiallon. When the Sheriff re-
"The sltuntlon is Just nbotit tho
mime now- ns It was when Shcrirt
III own wns In olllce unci Jack Kalakl
ehi was the deputy. Henry Vlda wn
Intrusted with every Important duly,
i.nd when there wa some big enp
tllle made he got nil tho credit for
tlmec If he wus needed .,n any Impor
The end of the mailer Was that
Jarr-tt went away, (ewmlns; to t aat
Isflecl Slnre this. however, (hire
has been more talk, of Jarrett s rsslsj
nation and It la understood that cer
tain organisations which wers promi
nent In hi support at the time of thu
day, tho isior fellow )iud been wmioiii. House reiiuon 3.1, presenien ny jvic
r..,..i i.r .holier lie iimieared to he nt Imiin. iiskiu gthat J 1000 ho upprnprlat'
the time rational." said Ilwlln. "and ed for Hie Knpobo hotiiestender' rimd, 1 ui,t.II( nj ,clove that he Is being
I believe with proper tieaimeni, wouin uisinci 111 1111111. in cue ' "i'i""i'-ici0nC( to tllr,i ncu whllc Taylor
Is really the second man In tho police
That thlB I true to -i
turned from tils recent trip around
the Island ho heard from various
tourccu that hi deputy wa dissatis
fied. Ho Immediately sent for htm
and nuked where tho trouble lay. Jar-
lot t replied that ho felt that he had 1 election have taken the mattor up
'been Ignored and had therefore talk-thud have urared him to rsslsm on tl.e
II. while the Deputy never wn nolle-. id over tho matter of sending In his' ground that he was not betas; treat
ed. Now In the present enso there 1a resignation. . led propsrly and should not alio'
not n dny goes past without Taylor's I Iaukea then nicked how ho had been 1 himself to be made a fool nt.
liimio coming out In the hcnil-lliie 1 Ignored nml Jarrett replied that ho Sheriff Iaukea refused to talk i'ir
of the papers, while since the election j (Iaukea) hnd gone away on thu trip publication on the matter anil i
Jarrett ha been very small potatoes, iiicnmd tho Island without letting him! pressed the Ides that the matter v
"Naturally, Jarrett I Jealous of j know, and that lie felt that he had all sol tied and that ho further fno
Tnylor and ho ha picked up somn lit-i been slighted The Sheriff replied 1 tiau would occur. Chairman Km
tlo excusu to talk of resigning. I mi- that ho liad talked out thu trip with ! luce of tho llonrd of Supervisors stat
derstnnd that ho ha been offered hi, the different member of hi depart- ed Hint he had heard not h Ins; of the
old position with tho Inler-lslaud mont mid that he felt sure that all matter In an official ranaelty anil
Steam Navigation Co. when ho wish
es it nml he tins found that tho bur
den of public olllcc are more than ho
really cares for."
Tho way In which tho trouble he-
recover. I CICI 1101 lll.an III say 111111,1111011 lllll 01 yv.-, U" rAjcinmi, wim iu
.1... i,,i..a i.r tlm .iKfhini nrn twit welt nnrted 1111 with recommendation to
t rented now. bni I think the passages' table tho same, until the reply of the , department
of this hill will be for their best lii.jtlovcnior cm tho subject of road loan 1 -
(crest. I impropriations has been made. Adopt-1 Hhcldon Introduced a resolution up- by settler nr homestenders.
The Houbo passed tho bill iinanl-.iil, Uironrlntlng 15.U00 lo defray (he ex-l lliiuso lllll 131, relative to tlm mail
nev (lint ho wa going nwa. The could make no statement. B-pervl-
fact hnd also been utinoitiiced in the tor Andrew t'ox, chairman of the to
imhlle press, rurthermore, he was' lice Committee, staled that he hnd
not leaving hi Jurisdiction and wn heard nothing of the mutter wbat
wlthlii reach by telephone at all ever
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished fir, cottage. Manoa Valley,
Idnit Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble, Near car line. $15.00 per m.
7-room house near Kalulanl School.
Newly papered and painted. Toi
let and bath. Insurance $300. Very
cheap; $1,300. Easy Payment.
WAITY DLDG. , 74 S. KING ST.
MUCH WOllfC DONi:.
A very largo amount of business was
tninmctod nl the session this morning
and the Spctikci's table was left clean,
a Ii always the cine. No matter how
long tho debate, Speaker Holsteln ill
way manage lo have no husliiesi
hold over for next day.
Tho cleric read 11 communication
from Secretary Atkinson, Informing
llio lioiisu that tho Coveruor had
signed Iloiibo Hill li9, relative In elec
tions and Senate Illft-ZS, regulating thu
removal or suspension of Bciitime.
House lllll 102, relating to Juries,
passed second reading,
House Hill 12, providing for the as
signment nml Hatting upurl fur thu use
of thu family of 11 deceased person tho
entli 0 estate of such cleieased person,
wlicro Ihu same doe not exceed lu
vultio tho sum of llftecn hundred dol
lurs, was tabled
House Hill 2G. Introduced hy Sheldon,
ichtlivu to tho removal of any county I
ofllccr, passed second reading with '
.Senate) Hill fi9, making circuit court 1
assistant clerk cx-olllclo hall I lis,
which had passed third reading in tho
Senate, passed second reading in tho
Houso lllll 129, authorizing tho Ter
ritory to take anil control nil roads,
etc., which uru now or may Iicrearter,
ho used 11 public highway without
process of law, was tabled as thu Us'J
Is ulieady pioperly covered by chapter
IK of tho ltcvlsjil Laws.
Houso lllll 41, Introduced hy Shnl
ilon, relating to promulgation of law,
In the several counties, passed second
Senatu 1)11! 18, Intioducecl by Smith,
relating lo appeal from the Court of
Land Hcglstutlun nml other ptocediiro
therein, which had passed third read
ing In the Senate, passed second read
ing In the House.
Houso lllll 31, liitiodiiced hy Sheldon,
relating to vested fishing rights, wa
tabled, thu-commltteo reporting that It
was liable (o Increase litigation.
Houso Hill r,2, Introduced by Itw
llus, relating to reversed ciuestlinis,
p.isscd second reading, 11 did House
Hill 01, Introduced by Ilawllua, relating
to costs of courts, unci tho four fol
Houso Hill 100, Introduced' by Haw
litis, providing lor tho compensation
of tho second dls'.ilet magistrate of
Houso Hill 103, Introduced hy Huw
lins, relating (o fee unci costs, amend
ing Ecctlon 1SD.'. of tho IluvlsccI Uiws;
Senatu Hill C8, Introduced by thu
Ways ami .Mean Comiuitteo;
House Hill 102, Introduced hy Kuw
llus, relating lo Juries.
Houso Hill SI, introduced by Kalel
opu llxlng thu salaries of county and
district officers, their deputies, clerks
and employees, and making upproprl
iitloii for tho payment theieof wan
House 1)111 22, Iiitiodiiccil by Sholdon,
prohibiting drunkenness 011 election
iluu, wn tabled as tho subject matter
is covered by Act 71.
Senate Hill 16, Introduced by Chit
llngworth, providing for witness fee
In criminal cases, which said hill
passed third leading In tho Senate,
passed second leading. Also House
Dill 137, liitiodiiced Jiy Sheldon.
Houso lllll 112, Intioducecl by l.elo
Iwl, lclutlng to the lesponslblllty ot
deputy sheriffs, wus tubled.
Houso Hill 121, liitiodiiced by Shel
don, authorizing tho election of mad
supervisors, was reported on, Thu
majority of tho Committee, Rawlins,
I.oiig, Coney, recommended Unit tho
samo bo tubled. Those oil tho minor
ity reiiort were Sheldon and Wulwul
olc. At tho request of Sheldon. 011 behalf
of tho minority of tho committee, (lin
0111 was iieiciri'ii 101 union iiiiiu dual
Tuesday, at which time, hu would sub
mil 11 written minority report.
Knlclopii for (ho Lauds Committee
reported on House Petition 30, presum
ed hy .Valine, asking that $10,000 ho
upjiioprlaled for electing 11 breakwater
at K'nluiiiiul, K00I.111I0.1, O.ihu, und
recommended thut thu sumu he luhlcit
to bo considered with thu uppropiia
tlou bill. Adopted.
Ipeuse of repairing and reconstructing agement of the Hoard of Health.
Itleu for the lTuaiue Committee re- (he stone embankment of thu Wiilmea
ported on the following petition ami I river, Kauai, refeircd lo (he Printing
House Petition 2.1. presented by .M11
1'iie, asking that compensation of Coun
ty Supervisor be raised from $."10 to
$100 per month,
House Hill 132,
Kntelopu' resolution asking l.'OOi)
for the completion of I'uiilim mad. Ik
I ween .Moanuluu ami I'uulo.i station.
wn returned for , Referred to thu Miscellaneous Com-
iutiudiiceil hy Shot'
Schnefor, president of the la-
iion, providing for Ihu salary or rum' .rifle Sugar .Mill, through Ilepreseiiln-
pensntion for the deputy tax assessor the Hughes, presented n petition, nsk-
iind collector within Ihc Territory, wns
tabled, us the subject matter Is covered
by House Hill U!i, Introduced hy Ka
linin. I'AIXH.O IIOADS.
House Resolution 27, presented b;
ling, for the lesldeiil unci home
steaders of Wiilomao unci I'ukele, l'n
lolo valley, was reported on hy (he
l.nnds Conimitlee with reconimcnila
(Ion (0 expend (he loan appropriation
bill passed III mo.'., ltctmrt iidciiiteil.
lug that $lw bo rclnibiirsed hy llio
Covernmenl for having refused lo re
cord 11 deed presented by the petition
er. Deferred to the Judiciary Commit
tee. THIRD HDADINO.
Tho following bill passed third
House Hill J 17, relative to i!IshxI
Hon of moneys received by the (!ov-
truuient on iiccouiil of sale of tin
Semite lllll 08. relating to ntlendaiiio
of nil children beiween ft nml IT. yearn
of age, and making It obligatory.
Senate lllll M, providing for the til
ing by ciiriHiratlon of certificates of
Inctrase of rapltul stock, ltcferred to
.Senate Hill 1'.., providing for the pay
iiwri imblle Inml.i II
What I thu next land lo (he wesl
wuril of lla'Aull that file the Aiuerlcnii
Hag? Who can answer ort hand with
out slopping to think'
It is n ttiunll Island at the lower
extremity of the Ijulniuo gniup and
known as Ciiam
IL would tin R.lfn tn nssert llitil not
ment to public iiciouutiiiitH of cliilmn'mip person in n hundred know any
In favor of tlm Territory under pro-.thing ulsjiit this baby lossesslou of
test. the Unlle.l .Slates. Il Is called 11 bah;'L
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reiiniu inn iv, leminiii in niu inn..... 'iroill lllll llll'l I lllll 11 11,1 III! lircll OI
of Agricultiiie and Porestry. Heferii'il only 200 square miles, and OOno people
to the Finance Committee. u, thin Island home.
The. House adjourned iinlll .Mondai Kor a. ii-tssesslon of so small an nre.i
morning. lit Is surprising to stale dial Ciiam hns
1 18 public icliouls ruunliiR full l.'nst unci
Dr. Coodehlld. of the Central Il.mtlht 'fullv nlitMi'liihs or the people can read
Church, New York, ha found in high- nml write. Notwithstanding this rac.
rlasH vaudeville u means of attracting lot advanced education. Il is u noted
large congregations, und will conllniio fact thai tho Islanders will not do a
ossarv to keep Port) and soul lonetliir
Yhe onh fanning Implement il"d
in (iiLim Is ii hor. und that useful t "l
is of the i rudest slvle. I'Iowh iI
miHlern "Tunning iiiuehliiery arr i
kiiown The Island Is thickly wooded Sol u.is
iibunilaneo of water. All kinds c n i
Irnl rrull are raised in profusion " ' h
little nr no uttentlon.
The iieople Ihere do not seem i . un
ilnrsland the value of ugrleulliif U
n banana Iroe comes mme up "i m
own nreunt il is taken caiv of aiei 1 1 -
fruit gntbencl. A for phinllnir h.. in
tree lhe dun'l "savj "
Nearly nil of their tiMctiuii e, ouuiilu
of fruit, I obtained from Japanese
traders who swum about the Is Is nil.
trading with the people und clearing
up. In tiinsl liiMliiuiea. uliuut sot) uoi
hit more, work than l nlonluli-lv
SjgJ Flna Job Printlno at tho Dul
M For that
H dare to
Cleanliness is accepted as a rule of
self-preservation in every
A N experienced brewer would no more
boast of the purity-of his beer than a
gentleman would brag of having washed his
Purity signifies nothing more than the
absence of foreign matter.
reason brewers who do not
test the substantial merits of beer
always harp on purity.
A really first-class beer must, however
not alone be free from self-evident defects,
but it must combine all the positive excellen
cies known to the science of brewing.
THE TRUE TEST IS ALL-ROUND
QUALITY which cannot be had without
SUPERIOR MATERIALS, PERFECT
TREATMENT and AMPLE STORING
Upon this issue of positive superiority
we challenge all competitors.
Of materials we use only the most ex
cellent, regardless of cost. Corn, the
important substitute, which, on account
its cheapness, has been extensively adopted,
never enters our brewery.
Our facilities for brewing beer are un
equaled. Our storing capacity of 600,000 bar
rels doubles any other brewery in the United
States, and enables us to store our beer
from four to five months.
Facts speak louder than words.
Publicity is the demand of the day.
The consumer is entitled to the truth.
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