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THE BUSINESS MAN WHO
DOES NOT SEEK PUBLICITY
IS IN A RUT.
From San Francisco:
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Nippon Maru ..... .Jan. 20
For San Fr&nolsco:
Mongoltn Jan. 13
Hongkong Mnru . ...Jim. 23
Moatift Jan. 11
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at belt by a Hand-to-mouth proc
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out of that rut is the demand of
the consumer. He can create this
thrugh the instrumentality of the
And Begin To Enjoy An Ener
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VOL. X. NO. 38?3
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
SUGAR TRUST TO TELL WHAT IT OWNS
Ma Be In Field
For The Dam
, Honolulu contractors may li.no tlio
inside track in (ho r.ico Tor the con
tract to comiilcto the Nuuauii ilnm,
,but tlioy nro not to novo It nil their
own way without outp.lilo competition.
It Is moro Hum probable (hut there
will ho Kail Francisco hidden) In the
field, and It Ik not Impossible that
oito of them may lines under the wire
Superintendent Cainiliell thin morn
lug forwarded n rot of the plans unil
HpeclllcatlonH to Mansion Mnnson, one
of the best known civil engineers of
Fan Francisco. Tlio plans nml bhc
ItlcatlniiR are to bo placed on exhibit
In his office, whom they may bo bccii
ii nd iitudled by such of tlio Uallfornlu
contractors an muy feel like taking n
rhnnco at tho Job.
I-ocnlly thero nro four contractors
who hno already obtained copies of
tho plnns and specifications. Vvlth it
view to making tenders. They aro 0.
P. Hollow ay, U M. Whltehouse, K. P.
Chapln and K. .1. Urd, It Ih probablo
that theie will bo others beforo tho
i I mo comes for opening tho bids.
Chairman F. L, Wnldron of tho
Promotion Committee liaH received
tho following letter from Secretary
Wood, Knowing that tho strcnuouH
Hccictnry Is not only dovotlng his at
tention to pressing tho Po,irl Harbor
meusure. but is doing good promotion
work ns well:
WnsliliiRton, D. C, Dec. 23, 1907.
Mr. Ficd. h. Wnldron, Chairman Ha
waii Promotion Committee, Ho
Dear Mr. Wlldron: Subject to tho
approval of tho Commlttco I havo com
plctcd arrangements with the Union
Hallway and Steamship Advertising
Company for tho distribution of our'
folders throughout tho city of Wash
ington for tho period of six months
from Jan, 1st, 1908. Tho roldor racks
(Continued on Pago 2)
Next Shipment of
per steamer Hilonian, Jan. 22, 1908.
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
72 S. KING ST. PHONE 15.
HONOLULU is 5000 miles from New York. How
far from New York arc you? The further you
are from New York the farther you are from
the fashion center of the world in Men's
Clothes. But you are as near correct New York Style
as though you were i n New York if your clothes bear the
label of Alfred Benjamin & Co. and you are wearing the
best-made clothing produced.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Makers, New York
CORRECT CLOTHES TOR MEN.
Exclusive Agents Here:
THEKASH COMPANY, LTD.,
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL
To Be Submitted At
Meeting of Merchants'
Tho Merchants' Association will
hold Its annual mooting on tho eigh
teenth of this month. As Is provided
In tho by-laws of tho organization
Picsldcnt OtO. W. Smith somo tlmo
i:go appointed n nomination commit
tee of thrro members to present
names for election ns a board of di
rectors for tho ensuing jcar. This
commlttco has already handed In Its
report to Secretary Paris, submitting
tho following names:
(Jen. W. Smith, K. A. Mclncrny, F.
W. Macfarlano, (1. Fred Hush,. Ilobert
Cnlton, James Wnkefleld. T. II. Pctrle,
F. I.. Wnldron, U. II. Paris, T. J. King,
W. T. I.ucas.
Prior to tho annual meeting, on
next Friday, tho Board of Directors
will hold n meeting to pass on tho
names so Htitimlttcd, and to consider
reports 'to he submitted lit tlio nnnttal
meeting as well ns to discuss sugges
tions and outline the policy to bo fol
low od during tho coming jear.
Tho present board of directors Is
tun) po led as follows: Oeo. W. Smith,
president; F. I.. Wnldron, vlco-prcsl-dent',
Edwin II. Paris, secretary; W.
W. Hnrrls treasurer; Robert Cattqiu
M. Phillips, W. T. Lucas F. W. Mac
Inrlanc, E. A. Mclncrny. directors.
DUNCE 4J1 SEASIDE
As tho Huford did not stay In port,
tho management of tlio Scasldo havo
concluded to glvo u dnnco tonight. A
special dinner will bo served, with
Kaai's orchestra rendering selections.
Tho officers of tho local Army and
Navy posts nro especially Invited, as
also FIIIKND3 and patrons. Phono
834 nnd reserve your table for din
ner. C. II. Mcllrydc, tho Governor's prl
vato secretary, Is vory 111 with pnou
vory 111 with pnou-
Every Size 9
Hol lister Drug Co.
Judge Weaver In Report
Says Work Of Land
Court Is Delayed
Judgo Wenvcr of tho Court of I.utid
Registration Ins made his annual re
port to the Chief Justlco for tho J ear
ending December 31, 1907. Tho Judgo
hello; ca that additional legislation by
Congress Is needed to facilitate tho
work of' the court. Tho report Ik t'l
part as follows:
Court of Land Registration,
Territory of Hawaii.
To Hon. A. S. Ilnrtwoll, Chief Justice.
Dear Sir: I beg IciiVo to mako thlo
my report for tho ear ending IVr
31, 1907, with tho accompanying fcta-
Tho nluo of tho lnnds over whldi
tho Court of Land Registration has
.urladlctlnn and tho assessed value
when registered, amounts to J1.2CC,
CIO, tho total valuo of tho lands reg
istered to Onto being (982,935.
Tlio totul urea of lands registered
end pending registration Is 14,022.982
acres, distributed among 134 claimants
Tho practice of tho Court shows
that It Is necessary to establish tho
lines of streets In Honolulu by monu
ments In many places where they
llftye. been omitted. Without this- rcf
enca street lines as boundaries urn
vory uncertain and unrcllnblo. Tlio
County has complied with tho leanest
lor rtrcct monuments In somo cases.
Moro nro needed.
Tho Court In decreeing a lltlo frco
from cnciiinbranco Is repeatedly great
ly delayed by tho discovery of a gov
ernment Intorcst In tho lands duo to
tho fact that the commutation de
clared to bo duo from the owners of
lands to the government by tho Com
missioners of Laud Titles In their
Miles established In 181G has novor
been paid. No Interest Is charged for
tho delay In payment by tho awurdoo,
duo from tho dato of tho award, and
tho assessment of tho aluo of tho in
terest'is mado ns of tho dato of tlio
award. Mln. of Interior v. Popalkou
Sugar Co.. B. II., 125.
If Interest woro charged upon do
la) ed payments after a given tlmo nnd
an act of Congress had by which tho
Go eminent could proceed to obtain
Its interest In tho premises, it would
not only bo u source of revenuo to tho
Government, but would greatly facil
itate tlio registration of titles, to many
of which bhow this defect.
W. U Howard, tlio Registrar of tho
Couit, nlso flics his report, which Is
statistical In character, showing tho
work done by tlio court during tho
flM- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -SJ
never fail, now-a-days, to make out
their wills; they know the value of
their wealth. But the man of small
estate frequently does and he
should be more careful than the oth
After his heirs get thrgugh pay
ing attorney and court fees, there's
very little left for them.
We'll make your will out in
PROPER LEGAL FORM, and make
no charges for it, if you will make us
one pf your executors your wife
may be the other.
Fori St. Bcnoluln
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & C00KE BLD0.,
Tho second annual Agricultural Ex.
hlbltton of tho Farmers' Instltuto of
Hawaii, In cooperation with tho Ha
waiian Poultry Association's third
annual exhibition was opened for In
i pectton by tho public at tho drill shed
this afternoon. Tho building was
crowded by fowls and tho produce of
.he Islands. Several experts on
fowls, fruits and vegetables wcro busy
from rally mom making arrangements
lor tho show. Thrco long row-B of
poultry stands occupied tho central
portion uf tho building. Tho Walklkl
fldo of tho building Is taken up by
the Hawaiian fertilizer Co., tho Wal
i. lee Industrial school, tho Hawaiian
Experiment Station, tho Hawaiian
drug companies und tho Japanese Ya
majo Soy Co. Tho glanders taken
from horses and cattlu nro given con
spicuous place on tho Ewa sldo of tho
building. Tho maukn and makat sides
nro taken up by hens, roosters, and
various other birds of extrcmo beauty
and attracthenoss. Tho judges, J. K.
Hlgglns, O. Wilder and W. T. Brig
ham. In company with Qcorgo II. An
drews, of Fresno, Cal., who arrived
from San Fianclscfl recently, wCro
busy in their examination. Tho llvo
ttock consists of 3 geeso, 37C'roosters
and hens, S turkeys, 7 difeks, 04
pigeons and othor small birds. They
i ro flno specimens of Island fowls and
fro rcrtnlnly a credit to tho Territory.
Tho poultry show will bo opon to
tho public for three days till 11 p.m.
In awarding prizes for tho various
produce, Secretary' F. a. Krnuss of
tho Farmer's Instltuto of Hawaii, gavo
out the following awards.
Oranges C. W. Booth, first prlzo
lor Hawaiian needling. Dr. Whitney,
second. Mrs. J no. Soper first prlzo
tor navel oranges. Mrs. Domlnos, sec
ond. For mandarins, C. W. nooth, sec
ond prize, there being no first prlzo
II. J. Ilhodes was awarded tho sec
ond prlzo on pomelos. Thero was no
cuio to recclvo tho first prlzo. A. W
Carter took tho first prlzo on lemons,
whilo tho first prlzo on limes was
given to A. F. Judd.
Mrs. Jno. Soper was given tho first
pilzo for papains.
Tho best spoclmens of lllucfleld and
Chinese dwarf bananas wcro thoso of
tho Moanaluu garden. C. W. Booth
won tho first prlzo on Ico cream be
nanus. For pineapples, Hawaiian Plncnp-
rle Co., won tho llrst prlzo and Byrou
Clark tho second,
For tho best collection of vegetables
tho Alllolanl collcgo rocclved tho first
Tho best potatoes wero produced by
Jno. Mcl.nne, who received tho first
It. Salda of Kula, Maul, won tho
first prlzo for tho best collection of
ill led beans. C. W. Booth received
first prize on coffco berries, whllo C.
Koclllng was declared winner of tho
II, J. Rhodes received tho first prlzo
lor potted palms, whllo Mrs. II. J.
rthoiles rcceUcd tho first prlzo for
carnations, with A. Oklmoto as sec
ond. Tho best roses wcro exhibited by T.
Kunlklyo, who rocelvcd tho first
C. W. Uoojh won tho first prlzo on
llllos (Uaumontlc grandlflora),
Honorablo mention was awarded to
tho following oxhlbltors by tho
judges: Walalco Industrial school, for
general agricultural exhibition; Ha
waiian Kortlllzer Works, Pacific Oil
rno and Fertilizer Co. and tho Ha
waiian Fiber Co., which produces tho
best sisal exhibits.
j. P. Wilder reccUod special men
tion for his spineless cocUib.
It. V. Woods of Konn Canning Co.
of Kealakckua, Hawaii, deserves
crodlt for tho collection of preserved
jams und jellies. Ho oxhtbitod some
of the host specimens of vanilla
The Hawaii Experiment Station
was nwnidt-d u prize for n general
exhibition of Island produce.
Tho poultry prizes havo not yet
lAuociaUt Prttt Xpecial Cable
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 8.
The new city officials took offlce to
BROKER KILLS HIMSELF
NEW YORK, N. Y Jan. 8. Chas.
W. Whitney, a broker, committed
GOOD WORK DONE
BY LEAHI HOME
BUT FUNDS NEEDED
Tho annual meeting of tho mem
bers of tho Icahl Homo was held
this afternoon al tho offlco of Davtcs
& Co. Treasurer X. W. T. Hottomley
submitted a report showing that dur
ing tho past year an nvcrago of 3!)
frco patients n day had been cared
for, being llvo moro than In 1900, but
tho accounts showed a deficiency ot
I2G08.73 for tho year, and an earnest
appeal was mndo for subscriptions to
enable tho Homo to carry on Its good
work In tho future. It would bo ncc
essnry, It stated, that the number of
frco patients bo cut down to 32, tho
number which could bo supported by
tho endowment fund and the Gov
ernment Bubsldy, unless outside aid
One subscription had, however,
bcon received of S350 to caro for one
patient for ono year. During tho
year electric lights had been Install
ed through tlio gift of SGOO by O. N
Wilcox. An upi'-'1 story for tho main
building will also bo mado shortly
It will cost 5400, tho funds having
been provided by ono of tho mom
A nine-pound potato, raised by II.
C. Brown at Wnhlawn, Is on exhibi
tion at tho Promotion Commlttco
rooms. An exhibition of now Ha
waiian pictures, tastefully arranged
by Miss Crowes, Is also Bhown In tho
window of tho commlttco-room.
Tho dhorco court had quite a grist
to grind thlc. morning, there being
thrco cnsCB up for hearing In two
courts, nnd two now libels fllod.
Chung Bee, n Koroan lady of uncer
tain ago and vory certain appearance,
appeared beforo Judgo Koblnson nnd
declared that she was cruelly treated
by her husband, Chor Soon Kuon, who
nlso neglected to provldo for her sup
port. On tho showing mndo tlio judgo
allowed tho divorce
Ijiliapa Eniesbcrg chargod hoc bus
band, Joseph ErncBberg, with being
an hnbltual drunkard. Tho Judgo vyas
of tho opinion that tho facts warrant
ed his granting a divorce, and did so
accordingly. Tho custody of tho two
minor children was awarded to tho
Annlo A. 'Nahaalolua obtained a de
cree of divorce against her husband,
Charles Kla Nahaolclua, on tho ground
of non-support, Sho was awarded tho
custody of the two minor children.
Llol Kclllkul In her libel for (II
vorco which was filed today, charges
that Kclllkul has descrtod hor with
out cnuso and loft her to shift for her
self. Matsujl Arlmltsu asks for a dlvorco
from his wlfo, Fusa Orlultsu, on tho
ground ot desertion.
been awarded. This will bo
somo tlmo Into this afternoon.
Sugar Ttust Will
NEW YORK. N. Y Jan. 8. At the mcetinz of the American Su-
par Eenninc Company (Sugar Trust)
a motion, which was adopted, that a
erties ownca oy ine company.
Japan Is Absorbed
In Asia's Affairs
PARIS, France, Jan. 8. The "Echo de Paris" declares in its issue
today that it is authorized from a Jananese source to sav that Janan is so
absorbed in the affairs of Asia that
Fleet's Good Time
PERNAMBUCO, Brazil, Jan. 8. -The American battleship fleet pass
ed southward today on its way to Rio de Janeiro.
m i i
Thaw To Gain
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 8. The defense of Harry Thaw has sum
moned the experts used by the prosecution in the first trial.
New York, Dec. 29. CXo week from
tnmoriow Ilniry K. Thaw will bu
called a second tlmo 1-dforo a jury tol
mako his defense to tho chargo of hav-1
Ing murdered Stanford White, Thoroj
havo bcon several postponements of
tho dato ot tho second hearing of tills
noted case, but It Is said now thero
will bo no further delay.
Mrs. William Thaw, mother ot tho
defendant, Is expected In New York
by noxt Saturday, Mrs. Thaw has
been In poor health. It Is said, but bo
llovcs sho will bo nldo to coma on to
to with her Ron during tho opening
hours of his second fight fur llfo and
Othor members of tho family circle,
including Mrs. fJcorgo L. Carnegie
Harry Thaw's slstor, and Joslali and
Edward Thaw, his bi others, nro also
oxpectcd to roach tho city during tho
week and will ronuiln throughout tho
trial, Tho countess of di mouth, tho
defendant'!! sister, Is at present In
England and Is not oxpectcd to attend
tho second trial. Mrs. Evelyn Ncsblt
Thaw, who has been a dally visitor at
tho Tombs over slnco tho first Thnw
jury disagreed, bavo recently, when
she was III for a few days, will ot
courso bo ono ot the first arrivals in I
the courtroom on Monday next.
WE'VE KEPT QUIET
till we could have them all rendy for you, that fresh shipment of
the new-style Swing Last shoe, with the new, pointed toe.
They ore all mode of imported stock, with the Military heel,
and they are bnilt in the very
to show them to you.
Men's TAN RUSSIA, TWO
anywhere, for $5.00. Ask for
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
held today Olaus Spreckelj made
full statement be made of the prop
war with America is impossible.
Tho showing of tho ilefcnso will
again bo tho same. Evelyn Kesblt
Thaw will onco moro rclata her story
to tho jury nnd nn Imposing array ot
expert alienists will again undcrtako
to establish tho theory that Thaw was
Insano at tho tlmo ho killed Stanford
White, but has so far recovered his
mental balance slnco that tlmo as to
bo no longer a menace to tho com
munity, ami therefore entitled to his
In tho coming trial. It Is also de
clared, thero will bo no mention mnde
of a higher, or unwritten law, but tho
defenso will adhere strictly to a pica
of legal sanity at tho tlmo tho uct was
Martin W. I.lttloton of Brooklyn,
who nominated Alton I). Parkor for
president at tho last Democratic na
tional convention, will act as lending
counsel for tho defence Ho will havo
tho assistance of Daniel O'Kcllly nnd
A. KiiBsell Pcnbody, both ot whom
went thiough tho first trial. Tho
work of securing a jury will bo moro
or less laborious and may occupy two
or threo weeks, Thu special veniro
Mimmoncd for tho enso number 300.
It has been definitely decided that tho
jury will bo locked up throughout tho
latest style. We have been waiting f
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