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Pacific Mail Liners Gut
Advices were received tlil morn
lng by the Steamship department of
Hackfelit & Co , from the Pacific Mall
Stenmshii) Company In Ban Francisco
stating that all of tho vessels of that
llnu would hereafter run on a six day
schedule, between tho Golden (late
City and Honolulu. This v, 111 be
done, state, thu message)) received, on
account of the prevailing good health
In Trlsco, and also on account of the
fact that tho quarantine has been
This means considerable to local
people, not only because It will bo a
great deal more coincident to traxel,
but also It will tako caro of rush mall
packages, and freight. The Pacific
Mall lino of steamships lmo not been
carrying, nor hao they tried to car
ry very much of tho local freight to
tho Coast In the past, but they nro
now making u strong bid for tho ship
pers trade here. With tho six day
Bchedulo In force, local shippers will
probable tako ndantago of tho oppor
tunity offered them to send their fresh
fruit to tho Coast In quick time. The
following letter was sent out by
llackfcld & Co.:
aentlcmcn: We tako pleasure In
Informing jou that the Pacific Mall
Steamship Company Is now prepared
to regularly carry freight between
San Pranclsco and this port, and we
respectfully ask ou to patronize and
support the line which, for man)
cars, has afforded this community a
splendid passenger scrvlco, by giving
Its steamers a sharo of our freight
Returning from tho Orient, en routo
to San Pianclsco, tho steamers of the
company dlschargo a considerable
amount of freight here, and thus are
In a position to also carry freight from
Honolulu to tho Coast. ,
Tor your guidance wo beg to en
close herewith a sailing schedule ot
tho steamers during tho present jear,
and assuring ou that tho Company
will give jou tho very best service In
carrying jour freight,
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Chief Justice Corrects
In th elntcrcsts of historical accur
acy, Chief Justice Hartwull desires to
make a correction of tho statements
which tho Advertiser reports ham as
having made at tho meeting of the
Historical Society last night regard
ing tho Queen's abdication This
morning ho dictated tho following
"It was Inaccurately reported to the
morning newspapor that i said at the
meeting of tho Historical Society last
ovenlng that 1 drow the Queen's abd(
cation address, for there was none,'
and that by permission of President
Dolo I was enabled to see tho Queen
about it, for I did not see her 1 drew
the written abdication at thu request
of Messrs. Neumann, Parkir ami Wll
son who Informed me that this wits
the Queen's request. 1 made several
drafts to meet suggestions from tho
Queen communicated to me through
Mr. Noumann, who wub enabled to see
the Queen through m request to
President Dole, whom 1 Informed,
without telling him what was going
on, that In my opinion It was proper
that he should bo allowed to see her
Sho was then under arrest.
"At some convenient time I hope to
glva to tho press a full written state
merit of the details concerning thp
transaction together with tho com
ments which Messrs. nPrkir and Wll
son may think proper."
(Continued from Pan 1)
United States Court ot Appeals. He
could not see why there should bo any
hurry about tho decision anyway.
Marks was In jail and couldn't get out
incidentally Davis made a few thinly
elled hints at tho Integrity of Judgo
Lindsay In refusing to delay the trial
so that a witness who had been sent
for and had not appeared might be
found. Although tho attorneys ac
tual words did not contain a direct
chargo against the Judge, his Intona
tion and gestures charged Lindsay
with all sorts ot unfairness If not
worso. "I don't like It," ho reiter
ated; "I don't llko It."
Cnthcart, on behalf of tho Territory,
opposed Davis' request for nioro time
to argue. "Tho attorney," ho said, "is
alwas saying that he wants more
time to go Into tho matter tliorougn
ly. He has Bald from the beginning
that tho caso was an Important one,
and it seems to mo he has ha dplenty
of tlmo to look up his authorities."
Judge Dole finally granted a contin
uance until Pebruari 17, after his re
turn from Hllo, although he stated
that If ho were not going away, ho
would gto Davis onlj two or three
ANNUAL MEETING OF
The above sign is now seen In mnny
shops aad office? In this city, because
drinking men are unreliable.
Competition Is too keen and life Is
too strenuous for an emplojer to keep
men on his payroll whoBo nerves aro
unsteady and whose brains arc not
Every line ot buslnoss Is beginning
to close Its doors to drinking men.
Drunkenness Is a disease and like
most diseases, has Its remedy. Or
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fold under a positive guarantee to ef
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funded. Orrlne Is in two forms! No
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The guarantee applies to both forms.
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mailed In plain sealed envelope. Tho
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Hepresentathe Hepburn, who Is
working on tho draught of a bill to pre
vent gambling In Blocks, stated to tho
Now York Herald Washington corres
pondent that ho believes his mcasuie
will help to mako tho country's money
supply to further toward meeting tho
legitimate needs of business.
Colonel Hepburn spent ten days In
Now York, during tho Congressional
recess. Informing himself about the
complicated and dtnicult questions In
oh oil In tho bill's preparation. To
draw a measure which will provent
gambling In securities, whllo In nowUe
Interfering with legitimate transac
tions, Is by no means easy. It Is ex
pectcd that he will adopt the plan of
Imposing a tnx on these transfers,
which will tako the bill to tho Com
mittee on Mays and Means.
Colonel Hepburn sa)s tho bill will
have violent and Influential opposl
tlon, because so man) Interests nro
naturally arra)cd against it. Ho ox
pressed the opinion that tho amount
of money emplo)ed In gambling oper
ations In stocks is much larger than
that required to float Investment operations.
Tho Hawaiian Historical Associa
tion held its annual meeting last
night at tlie University Club. Out
ot the membership of 112 there wore
only 40 members present. Among
the papers read wore the original and
final drafts of the constitution of
1894, which were promised by Judgo
Dole. The amendments to three or
four other different drafts which
wcro submitted to the Queen by
Paul Neumann were also read.
The following officers were clcctod
for the ensuing year: George It.
Carter, president; Professor W. D,
Alexander, first vice president; Dr.
N. B, Emerson, second vice presl
aent; A. Lewis, Jr., third vice presi
dent; Rev. W. D. Westervelt, cqrrc
(ponding secretary; A. P. Judd, re
cording secretary; W. W, Hall, trcas
urer; and Miss E. I, Allen, librarian.
Tho ship Tort Oeorgo this morn
ing changed her sailing colors from
those of the Planters' Line to those
of the Matson Navigation Company.
The Oerurd C. Tobey will also have
the Mntson flag raised aboard when
she arrives, as she also is one of the
boats which have been taken over
by the latter company.
If you want to enjoy robust
health, take a fw doses ot th
BttUu. It wlM maJM the sUmth
lUong ant Ue blood pur. Our
past Meord ef over 10 yeari proves
1U worth. U auras lndlerfn,
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Coetlvt
neai, Female Complaint, Malaria,
Fvr and Agu. Try a kettle t-
Intends To Familiarize
Himself With Land
Governor Frcar Is planning on mak
ing a tour of tho Islands, or a scries
of trips, to familiarize himself thor
oughly with land conditions through
out tho Territory.
Tho land situation ts tho business
which takes up most of tho tlmo of
the executive department of the gov
ernment, and dovcrnor Frear's policy
of promoting Immigration of settlers
makes It essential that ho bo acquaint
cd with all tho details of future and
posslblo land sales and leases. As
Land Commissioner Pratt puts. It,
there nru to be no moro sales and
leases "by gob and by gad." Land in
to bo disposed ot on Its actual valua
tion as nearly as posslblo.
Tho Governor states that he has as
yet mado no definite plans as to tho
trips ho will take, but ho hopes first
of all to be able to visit Maul and
Hawaii and look over the situation on
Police Lieutenant Luahlwa nnd
License Inspoctor l'ennell went out
en a raid yesterday afternoon toward
the upper end of Manoa valley and
came back with nn Illicit still and
two prisoners, who are charged with
making booze without the sanction
of the United States Government.
The prisoners nre a Japanese named
TuJIma, and his wife.
The Los Angeles Times of Jan. 19
gives a first-page display with a pic
ture of Honolulu harbor to the state
ment of President Uoosevelt that "We
must fortify Hawaii and fortify It
A Movable Cottage, size about
12x24, containing 3 rooms. Made
of T. & G, Comes apart in sections.
A few hours' time will take it apart
andput it up again. In good condi
tion. Just the thins for camping,
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
(Continued from Pio 1)
course, too soon to forecast whether
or not such a general bill will bo
passed by the present Congress. My
bill provides for an appropriation of
IDO.OOO. for buildings nnd equip
ment, when the necessary land shall
have been provided by tho Territory,
Transfer of Waterworks
11. It 11827, to transfer the title
of waterworks, streets, parks, etc ,
lrom the Federal to the Territorial
Government, has been Introduced In
compllanco with tho Joint resolution
lassed by the Legislature last spring.
Another Judge Nit!
A bill has also been Introduced to
provide tor an additional Federal
Judge, tho form of tho bill having
been drafted In Honolulu.
Tho Attorney General Iiob already
Intimated that he would disapprove
of this measure, on tho ground that
our population Is not nearly largo
enough to Justify nn additional
Judge. The chances ot tho bill are
thcreforo very poor.
Space For Hawaii
In tho allotment of offices In the
new building I have secured a very
good room for Hawaii on tho second
floor, and It Is my purpose to accu
mulate there as rapidly us possible, a
reference library ot books, public
documents, nnd maps relating to Ha
waii. Pearl-Harbor Interest
Growing Interest In Pearl Harbor
and Hawaiian fortifications Is evi
denced by the fact that my secretary
and I have had personal requests
from a number of Representatives
nnd Senators to furnish them with
Information on those subjects; de
tailed memoranda and suggested
lines ot argument have been furnish
ed In nnswer to these requests, to be
used later In the preparation ot
speeches and in committee delibera
tions. It Is not yet fully decided whether
or not a public building bill will be
'passed at this session ot Congress.
In regard to my appointment to
the Committee on Territories, under
the rules of the House the Speaker
is only permitted to namo two Terri
torial Delegates on thnt committee.
These two places have been held for
over a quarter of a century by tho
old Territories of Arizona and New
Moxlco, and tho Speaker could not
appoint me under the rules. I have
therefore been placed on the Com
mittee by special action of the House
each Congress, and the same action
vas taken this year.
Very truly yours,
Delegate to Congress,
Washington, Jan, lfi, '08.
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