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A Business that is not talked about is as dead as a door-mat
PLAY THE GAME I
Shouldn't call on you today t J
Business rotten, did you say? I
Take a brnce.thcn, that's the way, j
From San Francisco:
Nippon Mum .Ian. 20
Hlldnlan Jan. 22
For San Franolsco:
Hongkong Mnru . ...Jan. 23
HIlonlMi .Jan. 28
Mlowcrn Feb. 8
Aornngl I'd). S
nay tnc game!
Though your bank won't loan a
Though your surplus all is lent,
Though your ready money's spent,
Play the game!
Now's the time to clinch your grip
And to stiffen up your lip;
If you falter, you will slip,
Play the game!
BULLETIN PUBLICITY IS THE LIFE OF BUSINESS
VOL. X. NO. 3900
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
I J '"W"
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HI lid IDS SllD BY HI
Captain Peabody Says
Must Have Stormed
"I don't usually mumble lit what the
weather man hands out tu me, Just
try to tnke tilings an Ibu come, phh
OHopblcnlly," laughed gonial Cuptnln
. IVubody, of tlio flo-master schooner
William II. Mnrslon, which arrived In
port this morning villi a general car
go, "but lliu partlrular brninl nt
storms and high sens that wo have
met with comliiK down from 'Frisco
IIiIh trip was, well. tijlng to one's
patience. Id s'iy the very least. Mmm
tninoim boas nnd light winds, that
tellH the storj. We didn't meet any
ie.il squilly weather until esterduy
nfternnon, when u midden Bturm came
up that "made, things look rather In
teresting for a ulille. Hut It was nas
ty nil the way down. There van not
i nough or wind i omctlmco to keep tut
iMi the go, )ct high seas preallcd all
"I hnvo Rot It figured out that the
w lives lno coma from tlio North,
there must huo bee.) u heavy storm
up that way somewhere. At any
rate, I sincerely hope that It will liu
h Iltllo better on tlio trip back."
' Tho William II. Marstou Is ono of
the prettiest boats tu tho old Planters'"!
Line, which was recently hold to tho
Mutsou Steam N'uyIriiIIoii Company.
When the Marston comes bnck from
San Francisco on her next trip she.
will probably carry n load for tho Mat
son Navigation Company, Instead of
tho I'lanters' I.I no. In tho fleet of
which tho ownership has been report
ed changed are the following vessels:
Andrew Welch, U. I Itlthct, Amy Tur
ner. W. II. Marstou, fort George, Olr
nnl Toboy, Hawaiian Iidcs. Mohican,
St. Ciitherlno nnd ono other. The
consideration Is reputed for the tranr
fer of tho vessels tu hnc been ono
Tho Marstou will dlechurgo her car
go nt the Malson dock, where sho Is
now tied up, nnd will leturn to 'Frisco
nbout February 5, with a load of sugar.
In tho suit nt (icorgo W. Austin of
New York for an Injunction restrain
ing the Hecietnry of tho Tie.isuryj
from allotting 21.!fto,u()U of tho
pioposcd Issue of $25,000,01)0 of Pa
nama Canal bonds to various nation
al banks and ieiiilrlng liltn to allot
to the complainant ?:i, 1)00, 000 or
theso bonds in alleged conformity
with his bid, Justice Could In tho
Supreme Court of tho District of Co
lumbia signed an order extending to
Jan. in tho time within which Sec
retary Corluljou shall file his uu
bwer. They Lend Distinction
Double - Breasted
fnt Vimt fivnrVmAmr nt liiiaftiAsc
t. c' ai. ;. :..
AjabCQb Ufil!); UVJ4I.Q, JUOb Ilk
from the East.
$20 and $22.50
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort & Hotel
.iAtk.'Mlb.iLl ei.t.. Mmfrtfinyr-.. J.-Aa,i..j..
Vessel Libelled By
Tho German steamship Tolobnn,
which put Into tills port icccntly In
a. damaged condition after an excit
ing experience with storm and sea,
was scUod )catcrilny by Deputy U. 8.
Maishal Frank Winter, under a suit
in admiralty brought against tho
vessel, her engines, tackle, apparel,
furniture, boats and appurtenances
by Gerald N. Dlcdilch.
Dledrlch in his libel alleges that
last January ho Joined tho Tolosnn
ns chief engineer at Shanghai for n
oyaRc to (iuaymiis, Mexico. in
Match tho vobsol "was compelled by
wind and wavo and by storms nnd
unusual and tempestuous weather to
put Into tho port of Honolulu."
Tho chief alleges that during tho
voyage ho had often called tho atten
tion of tho master to the fact tint
there were on board no duplicate ma
terials and machinery with which to
repair tho engines or machlnory,
bhould they become InoKen or unlit
for use, although the German laws
rcqulro such fittings to bo kept on
board, Ho told tho master Hint It ho
proceeded to Bca without such extra
fittings he would low his certificate
as chlof engineer.
Hut tho captain refused to procure
tho mntorlal, nnd tlio chlof, thoro
fore, would not go to sen, but re
mained In Honolulu, nnd has been
hero ever since
This refusal of tho master to pro
em o the dupllcnto parts of machin
ery, thereby compelling tho libollant
to remain ashore, tho latter looks
upon ns n breach of tho 12-month
contract which ho had entorcd Into
l;i Shanghai. When the Tolosan loft
Honolulu thoro was owing to Died
rich tho sum of S107.S5, which the
captain refused to pay. The libel
lnnt nlso wants damages In tho sum
of $1000, nnd tho further sum of
$Ii00 for his oxpenses slnco ho was
left here, and his passage, money back
Tho lutal amount claimed by Ulo.1
ilch and for which he brings suit is
There has been considerable. nctlx
lty in stocks dining tho last few
days, pnrtlculaily In Oahu. This Is
caused hy the belief that that plan
tation will soon Increase its dividend
from 1 to 1 1-4 per cent., or tliut It
will declare mi extra dlWdcnd.
"Is tho ship stripped to repel board'
cis?" "No, repol homcnlr Mends.''
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
vrm I Clothes br.Ven
MADE IN NI'WvnuK-
II r. ! t" l,VlSjfta
-J ."Hi 1 iflSA"
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On Hawaii's Status
Clear-Cut Statement of Local Conditions
There Is n most profound and substantial, nnd fundamental differentia
tion between Hawaii mid rnfto Hlco, and the Phlllpplno archipelago. Hawaii
is of iu; they are u p.ut of the United States. When the American ling,
Iho ri'presentathe of tho great Uepuldle. ascended the Btaff accompanied
with the Hawaiian Hag, the repieseulathe of n then small republic, tho
Hawaiian people in n moment. In tho twinkling of an ee, became the In
heritors of prIWIegcs that had cost tho Anglo-Saxon inco billions of tieas
lire nnd rivers of blood. They at onco ttcrpilred tho Constitutional lights
nnd prIWIegcs under which we all Iho. And Hawaii In now, ami undoubtedly
always will remain, an Integral pnit of the United States, mid every citizen
Iheieof nnd ocry dollar of proper!) therein ban tho protection of funda
mental Constitutional guarantees.- Congre ismnu l.lttlefleld In his Mohonk
ysirA!Mto$iStir,m izt.v :" vtvl'&u,?,? - m
CONGRESSMAN CHAS. E. IITTLEFIELD
Ono or Ihu piluclpal addiesses on Hawaii at tlio Mohonk Conference
was delivered by Congressman l.lttlollold of Maine, who lslted tho Islands
with tho Congressional party. Ills comment on tho status of Hawaii us an
Inlegial part of the country was most grallfjlng, nlto his compliment to
tho public M-hools. Ills rovlow of Industrial conditions nnd tho American
Izatlon of (he Islands la given ns follows. Mr. l.lttlefleld In a private let
ter stated that his tlmo was so short that ho could not deal iu extensive
detail as he would have liked:
What is Hawnil from a reallv sub
ktnntlal business point of luw? What
is any community or country from ti
business point of view oxcept tho great
substantial industry or Industries that
tarnishes or furnish lis backbone,
without which It cannot Iho. Thete
is very llttlo of c onsenuenco on tho
Island of Hawaii except the sugar In
dustry. There Is nothing else being
carried on there of any moment except
perhaps the raising of pineapples, and
n successful mnchlno woiks. Thoro
nro forty-nlno corporations engaged In
the manufacture of sugar Iu Hawaii,
representing n capitalization of about
Jlifi.OOO.OOO. They have Increased their
" ' I !
have your life insured, and meet with
an accident that cripples you for
life, what will you do for your fam
ily? What will you do if a fire destroys
your income propeity?
Can't you see that fire, life, and
accident policies are equally impor
tant! We represent all branches of in
surance fire, life, accident, marine,
plate glass, and employers' liability.
Fqrl St. QcpoluK
output since 1809 nonrly DO per cent.
Thoy have Increased their profit there
on only one per'ecnt. It is a tropical
country; It depends absolutely upon a
tropical product, ami that tropical
product Is sugar-cane. And the mu
tual selection of human forces has
demonstrated that It can only bo raised
Micrcssfully by tropical labor. In my
Judgment (I was (hero only about a
mouth) a whlto man cannot work In
any part of tho teiritory of Hawaii us
ho works In tho tomporato zono, whoro
you nnd I live. He cannot produce the
same results. Ho cannot work in tho
enno fields. Of tho laborers on those
plantations they had only 2G unskilled
Anglo-SaxoiiB; they had 20.057 Japan
cso; they had 1,014 Chlnoso; they nnd
2.28S Portuguese What does that
ment? It simply means that the Jap
anese, Chinese and Portugueso nro tho
only pcoplo who can successfully ctil
tlvato BUgar cane.
I want to glto jou Just n few sta
tistics about tho kind of labor and Iho
amount iccehed so you can appreciate
the economic conditions that exist.
Tlio rate of monthly wage In Hawaii
paid to Japanese and Portuguese, is
(ConKxuefl on Page 4)
Next Shipment of
per steamer Hiloninn, Jan. 22, 1008.
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
! 72 S. KINO ST.
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.,
"Blind Pig" keeper Gets
Tho first of tho twelve liquor casos
which were secured ngaliiBt Oriental
defendants a few- days ago, was tried
la the Police Court this morning. C.
P. Chllllngworth nnd Judgo IMIngs
represented the defendant In tho case,
ono Koshl, n Japanese restaurant
keeper. They miulo n very hnrd fight
nnd it looked very much ns if they
would gain the victory, but tho Court
finally found tho defendant guilty.
Tho prosecution placed threo wit
nesses on tho stand. One was a Jap
oncso informer and tho others Lieu
tenant I.ualilwa, who worked up the
entire bunch of cases, nnd Officer Jose
Pctor. Tho testimony of the Inform
er and that of tho two officers was
vory much at variance, nnd when thoy
were subjected to strenuous cross-examinations
their evidence wns pretty
badly shot to pieces.
When tho prosecution had submit
ter its case Chllllngworth made a mo
tion to dismiss tho defendant on the!
grounds that tho prosecution had not
made out a cast;. This motion was
denied utter u lengthy argument. Tho
defense then mado n motion to dls
charge, submitting its case without
offering any ovldencc.
While tho defense argued that the
evidence of the prosecution had been
tendered valuelss on account of tho
discrepancies which existed between
tho testimony of Us witnesses, Judgo
Andrndo held that all tho witnesses
had agreed on tlo most material
point, namely the furnishing of tho
liquor. At tho same tlmo ho took oc
casion to hand tho Informer a sting
"Thero Is no reason why the
Court Fhoull b"lleo such a lying ren
egade iio . " Si" ild. "Ho certainly
lied ftom start to l.nL'.., bit ha did
get tho sake, nnd the Court hns rea
son to believe that I.ualilwa and Joso
Peter nro tellin'g tho truth. Tho po
llco department had bottor get bettor
The Court then fined the defendant
$150 nnd costs, tho highest fine which
Judgo Andrndo has over imposed for
nn offense of tilts kind, showing that
It is his intention to mako tho "blind
rig" keepers suffer in tho future
An appeal was noted by Chilling
worth, who staled that when tlio casa
came up boforo tho Circuit Court he
intended to ralso tho point that tho
l.lquor Hoard was Illegally constituted
on account of tho fact that ono of Its
members Is Treasurer Campbell, who
by vlituo of his offlco ns Treasurer Is
un Interested party in matters of tho
granting of liquor licenses.
Of tho remaining oloven cases coma
wero contlnird until tomorrow morn
ing nnd tho rest until next week.
Sonntor William II. Allison favors
action by Congress, looking to tho
support of ox-PreBldcnts by tho na
tion, as ndvocated by Grovor Ciovo
'anil In n magazine article.
are always seen, and make a
definite impression. It's so
easy to keep them in perfect
shape with a set of our
For the convenience of patrons we
have added a Parcels Delivery to our
service. We will take anything any
where, expeditiously and at a low
rate. We solicit your patronage.
Canal In Six Y
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10.
Panama Canal will be finished in six
hundred million dollars.
Bank Of En
LONDON, England, Jan. 16. The Bank of England discount has
been reduced to five per cent.
This Is an evidence of more complete return of normal financial con
ditions. The rate last week was six per cent.
EXILED HAYTIANS ARE
vP0RT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Jan. 10. Exiled Haytians under Jean
Juneau have landed and occupied the town of Gonaives.
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GROUNDING TEARS GERMAN CRUISER OPEN
KIEL, Germany, Jan. 16. The C:-jan cruiser Scliarnhorst groun
ded today near Buclk. A hole 200 feet long was torn in the cruiser's
double bottom. It is believed the shin will be saved.
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 16. The British ship Hartfleld is believed
to be lost. She had 30 persons on board.
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POST IS CONFIRMED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 16.
as Governor of Porto Rico has been
Tho "gasoline case," known In the
court records ns tho Territory of Ha
waii versus Sing Yuen, has been ni
pealed to tho Supremo Court by
Frank Thompson, attorney for tho de
fendant. This Is tho cibo which It Is sup
posed tho Standard OU Is back of,
and In tho trial of which in tho lower
court Thompson indicated his In ton
Hon of cither 1-nocking out entirely
tho law prohibiting tho Bnlo of gaso
line with n Hash test of less than 100
degrees Fahrenheit, or of putting a
ttop to tho ealo of gasolluo In tho
Sing Yuen was found not guilty by
Judgo Andrndo, and, tills being n test
case, sentence wns suspended for 13
James Ontai has brought suit
against I.. Ahuna and C, K. At, admin
istrator of tho cstuto of C. Ako, clulm
Ing of tho defendants Iho sum of
WE'VE KEPT QUIET
till we could have thwi all ready for you, that frosh shipment of
the new-style Swing Last shoe, with the new, pointed too.
They are all made of imported stool:, with the Military heel,
and thy are built in the very latest style. We have been waiting
to show them to you.
Men's TAN RUSSIA, TWO-BUCKLE OXFORD, the best shoe
anywhere, fot $5.00. Ask for No. 506.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Pliono 282
Secretary Taft estimates that tho
years. He places the cost at three
RETURNING TO WAR
The appointment of Reginald Post
$1130, alleged to bo duo tho plaintiff
on a bond dated Juno 11, 1005.
Tills suit is a consequence of tlio
"nwa cuso." which wns filed last
June, In which Aklna sued tho Ontai
brothers for failure to return certain
bundles of awn which plaintiff claim
ed belonged to him and wore wrong
fully retained by tho Ontuls.
Tho plaintiffs complaint In tho
1 resent Biilt alleges that In tho for
mer Insjanco Ahuna and Aka gavo
bond to' James Ontnll iu the sum of
$2600. tho samo to bo paid him In
case thovult In replovln should not
Tlio replovln suit wns discontinued
nnd tho property was not returned to
Ontal, who claims ho wns damaged
In tho sum of $1130
A ship, tho Identity of which has
not been determined ns yet, has been
sighted nbout ten miles oft Koko Head
by the signal Btatlon,