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VOL. X. NO. 3920
I. M. Whltehoiise vn Huh morning nmclallj nwcrdod tlio contract for
completing Hie runutructiiiii of ili- N nianii ilnin The contract which will
bo signed ii ii nrt Mntiiln imiiniim nils for tin completion of dm iluui at
n rust of z 072 TMx b $.17.! l h tluiii WliltehotiBo'H lilil for tho com
pletlim nr Hie ( idr' work The re lection Is on nccouut of n change 111 thu
iiliiouiit of rovctnuu, voik
X .1 11 Kolmt i"i Iiiik been in iiolntccl Inspector for tlio Tlcimrtniuiit
111 tt. IPll 111 progress ijf tho Vorrt
Ih tlio Parker rani h. of whlrli l
1 1 oil Cuter Ih tlie manager, to os
Inhibit mi Independent 'daughter
Iiouyo on O.ilm unit liamllv Its prod
net In mi Independent retail market?
Tlito query started around tlio
town conn after Allied Cutter loft
for home a few days iiko. 'I'Iiu cause
lor 11 with tint lenBJof property by
Caller. In tlio vlrlnlt) or tliu Mctro
liolllnii Meat ComiMnjIt slntightcr
limuis ' -
What Cuter leased tlio land for Is
not known. If ho told anyone, that
nun will nut talk; but among tlio out
Hlilcra It Is believed Unit Caitcr
would not teiiHo land In the vicinity
of a Klauglitcr-hoiiso If ho did not ex
pect at homo tlnui to need It for
slnughtfilug purposes, lie now bells
Ills cattlo tn tho Metropolitan.
For tonic months theio Is said to
have beua not a little friction among
the' graziers of thu Territory on ac
tount of the f-iinitirniiliiig position
the Parker ranch botils In tho sup
ply of the Honolulu mail, el with
beef cattle. It l.i nsseltid that Car
ter Is In a position to dlcl.ito to the
Mctiopolltitti anil there has been talk
that he would nt. runic tlino in tlio
lutiiro start an Inde; eudent meat
market to hauillo exclusively I'nrkcr
much beef If tlio Metropolitan did
not come to his terms. Ho baa a
ranch big enough to keep up a ifi'i
itnnt tuppl, and lo hiiiio his i.iucb
is Slid to bo the only single I a mil or
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Feb. 7.
SUGAR: 83 analysis Beets, 9s.
11 I -Id. Fnritv. 4,09 cents. Prcv
ions quotation, 10s.
flee tho Iie.v '
Ilium's. The mi
JUST THE THING
FOR RAINY WEAR
They are light, absolutely
rain-moof, and always look l
Yoa couldn't tell one of
them from n regular evening
oveicoat, neither can any
If it rain?, you arc prepar
ed for it; if it doesn't, it does
n't lr.attcr. How doss that
They are all tailored by
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
PRICES ... $15 TO $22.00
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort & Hotel
') Cor. Fort & Hotel ggagg aggf J, & Service - ... o., JL.1DOL. -
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I v. ' 1
I UsAmiuk&tfiBiffi wiiim'-Mki if firm Mimx '-wt .u., 1.-,. m..'.. Jm
I lie Islands on which the Metropoli
tan Company tan dcpouil fo- a icgu
iur t n i 1 1 1 : to meet all demands.
ho fur nit drier Is loncerned, bo
ileus not talk. Ho Is doing lots or
things uu the Parker much, but will
allow nothing said of them till be'
knows whether bo can make a com
; Const queu I ly thoie Is no one In
lunoltilii who will talk dellnltely on
I why Carter eeeured land III the vl-
i Unity or the Metropolitan slnughtor-
house. Mr. Ciller, 'after nltondlng
to tho business bo bad In town, left
for Ills ranch on the last Klnaii.
Ho Is said to have told pcrcotis
hero that be did not Intend to en Into
competition with the Metropolitan,
for tlio prcsont at all evonta. That
of courso carries tho suggestion that
the P.irker ranch may do things In
Mr. Cuter bus beoa steadily at
work Improving the quality of the
beef cattlo on his ranch and It In
IhuiiKbt that ho may bao broader
plans In mind than ho has yet Indi
cated to the public.
Malinger Waller of the Metropoli
tan Meat Co. was linked If bo know
whether Carter bud Kccurcd the
kind at Knllbl with the purpose or
ultimately establishing a slaughter
"No; I know nothing whatever
about It," answered Waller. "I did
not even know Of the transaction. It
Is all newj tn me."
'-' ii M,m.imnni i i i
Harry Davison and Mrs. Otto
lleindt worn ancsteil toipiy by tho IJ.
H. Mai shut.
.1. II Huns. .1. a Tenipleton and
tleoige Hlrhiniron. wi-ro Incoming pas
bcngers on the Klnau today.
Take your cirrlago or niitomobllo
to Hawaiian Carrl.u;o Manfy. Co.. for
I'ty' ' j Hawaiian Trust j HOPP & CO ;!d2ttDb'dS5SyA"thU T , Q, f
"Srasi Am Comnanv. Ltd. ' i uin oot " Territorial Messenger Manuiacturers fenoe j
This Is 'Recommendation
Of Civic Feds.'
TOWN GRAVEYARDS IN
SHOCKING CONDITION i
The Committee Points Out the Urg
ent Need of Burial Place for
Indigent Dead Within
Tho Sub-Coniuittteo on Kdiicntlnti,
Charities and Public Health or the
Civic Federation bus completed Its
icport on the cemetery question,
which was rcfericd to It some time
iigo. Tho report is a voluminous
document, coveting clccn typewrit
ten pages, mid shows that tlio com
mittee has made an exceedingly care
ful Investigation of tho matter. It Is
well mid Intorestlngly written, but
owing to Its great length only a part
of It can ho reproduced In full.
The report opens with a statement
of the origin of cemeteries In Hawaii,
burials In and about Honolulu and
of 'tho lecords and statistics kept. In
this a number of valuable historical
data, us well us others, have been
compiled, find under tlio latter bead
it lu stated that tho system of mark
lug graves and keeping of records Is
ery defective in the cemeteries, with
tlio exception of tho Loch View Cem
etery at Hwn. Tho records of tho
Hoard of Health, It Is stated, aro
ery good as far as thoy go. Tho
need of a "potter's field" Is also
Under tho bead of "Needs and
Prospects," the report stales that the
Loch View Cemetery nrrords tho
most oxIciihIvo location for burials,
the only objection to It being tho
distance whlrli it Is removed from
tho city. The crematory lias also m
lleed the situation, but owing to thu
opposition of tho Catholic Church n
number or people will novor ho
brought to believe In It, and tho
cemetery question is htlll unsettled
nail requires prompt action.
Tho committee then goes on to
niako Its recommendations as fol
lows: Your romnilttco'bcllcvcs that most
of the cemeteries In Honolulu should
be absolutely closed to further bur
ials. In a fow of these cemeteries
(oudltluns aro mott unsanitary. Tho
fact that in somo instances It has
been necessary for persons to stand
upon a ci i 111 n to push It down Into tho
water before it could bo held in po
sition by piling In earth and rock,
Ib In Itself sullleicnt conncmniitlon of
such a site. Add to tills tho abso
lutely overcrowded condition of sov
cial of tho nioro Important ccniotor-
(Continued on Page 1)
is never neglected by the wise. It
costs so little to make the welfare
certain of those dependent on you.
And, when Death, Fire, or Accident
overtakes you, your policy
to them. It's a Helping Hand but
SOT the hand of Charity! You
have paid for it.
JUST THINK ABOUT THAT.
WITHOUT A COMPETITOR AS
OF HAWAII. SATURDAY,
Looking Up Wallach
Is Te Be
J. Lor Wallach, after blufll.ig tho
'Ittiiii.iy o( Hawaii fur two years, iv
at last to bo brought to book, it It
stated by tho Attorney Ceneral's de
partment that ho will lie ai rested next
Tuesday mid brought before thu dis
trict magistrate to face the chmgo of
having practiced medicine without a
license. Criminologist guttou, who
bus been working up the case, says
ho has found a great many cases
where Wallach has violated thu law.
nut bo has ouo case which ho sa)s Is
absolutely conclusive and In which lie
cannot fall of obtaining n conviction.
Tliuro appears to be some doubt
about tho other cases, however, as
there is muro than a ciinnce, that Wal
lach can escape conviction by rcl
lng on a Joker lu tho law prohibiting
tho practice of medicine without a lic
ense, which provides that tlio Act
shall not apply where the accused iicU
under tho direction of n licensed phy
blclun. Of lato Wallach has been aitlng as
tho assistant of I)r Atchcrley, admin
istering Ills medicines, supposedly,
under tho dlieciion of tho ilocici.- with
tho many titles, and therefore Is not
liable to punishment for treating such
cases as ho lias handled since ho went
Into partnership with tlio doctor.
Ma DiVID'ii (HUD
It Ily pioceedlugs held beforo tt
St .ludgo Lindsay this morning, mid tt
tt thu granting by him of a petition IX
tt signed 1 David and Abigail Ka- H
tt wunanakoa and Abigail K. Camp- tt
tt boll I'arkcr, thu 1'rlnco and I'rin- tl
tt cess Biirreudcr and give up all tt
tt claims to their child, Abigail tl
tt Helen Kaplolaul Knwanauakoa, tt
tt and tho child Is adopted by Mrs. tt
tt Abigail K Campbell I'nrkcr and tt
tt renamed Kaplolaul Campbell. tt
tt Thu little ouo who thus tt
tt changes hands Is not quite the tt
tt ears old, having been born on tt
tt March II, l'J'i:t. It was provided tt
tt In tho petition for legalization of tt
St ndoptlou that tho chlld'H name SS
tt should be changed, and that in tt
SS return for this and thu surrender tt
tt of nil claims by her parents, Mrs. tt
SS Abigail . Campbell Parker, who SJ
SS is Sain Parker's wlto, would treat SS
SS tho child as her nnu daughter, tt
taken the trouble to learn how
cheaply we deliver SELECTED PINE
APPLES at mainland points'!
ISLAND FRUIT CO,,
725 King. Phone 15.
and MOST COM
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ever shown in
the Islands, at
185 KING ST.
A HOME PAPER
FcBRUARY 8. 1908-12
Ml 11 PARTY
Achi Says Republicans
Seem To Want To
TO FIGHT I1USTACE
He Denies He is Behind the Garbage
Proposition, But Nevertheless
He Takes a Vivid In-
tcrest in It
Charlie Achi Is having a busy time
den.vlnq things. Primarily ho Is deny
ing that ho Is behind tho gnibago job
creating proposition which was sprung
by the four Supervisors at tho last
meeting of tho Hoard, but lu spllo of
this bo certainly takes exactly thu
same view of tho matter as they do.
"I havo nothing to do with it nt all,"
said Achi when ho was seen at his of
fice this morning. "It may bo that
Hatbliurn has talked to tho Supervis
ors about It but I have not, and I am
not giving them any advice." '
At this moment Supervisor Prank
Archer wnndercd Into tho office, but
ho slid out ugnhi Immediately without
saying a word.
"Hut Is It not a fact that you havo
compiled a lot of figures about tho
garbage dcpaitment?" nsked tho re
porter. "Yes, I am having them fixed up
now," iiuswcred A,cht, pointing to n
young Hawaiian who was busy at a
typewriter In a corner of tho room.
"I havo found that at a time when
the garbage department had an nppro
pilatlou of only a thousand dollars
Sam Johnson was drawing a salary nf
$200 of that money. At present thcro
Is a bookkeeper and a collector, when
one man could do tho work of both, 1
don't see why the garbago department
cannot lm nmilc to pty. Hathburii
tells me ... i . i "i li't I mi fur $100 a
"What aro you going to do with
these figures; aio ou going to give
them to the Supervisors?" asked tho
"Oh, no," smiled Achi. "I am onlj
getting them for my own Information."
"Aro you not giving thu Supervisors
legal advlco as to how they can unseat
"No. I am not advising them.
Other people havo asked for my ad
vice. Certainly If I wero a Supervis
or I would protect my rights as I did
when I was a member of tlio Senate.
It Is nn unheard nf thing to havo the
chairman refuso to put to a voto a
motion which has been duly put and
seconded. It Is against nil parlia
mentary rules. 1 should certainly pro
test. You fellows may succeed In
scaring thu Supervisors out, but you
certainly wouldn't ream inc.
"It looks to mo as. If tho ItcpubM
tan papers wero trying to got mo nut
of the Republican party. If tho party
wauls to get rid of mi. I want to know
It. I havo not started a now party
jet. but If tho Republican party wants
to get lid of me, I will fight."
"Will you Join either of tho other
Never was such a bargain as you
will llnd In tho Kerr ribbons.
the average man's worst en
emy, has its own worst enemy
SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Feb, 8. The crew of the armored cruiser
Maryland have returned from target practise after having established
a worm s record in marksmanship.
Portugal Pays Its
LISBON, Portugal, Feb. 8. The funeral of the late King Carlos
and the Crown Prince was held today. The ceremony was most im
pressive and the city was quiet, thre being no threat of outbreaks.
MEMORIAL SERVICES AT LONDON
LONDON, England, Feb. 8. King Edward and Queen Alexandra
attended memorial services held today for the late King and Crown
Prince of Portugal.
F!eet In Straits
PUNTA ARENAS, Chile, Feb. 8. The American battleship fleet
sailed for the Pacific today. It is now in the Straits of Magellan.
NEW YORK. N. Y Feb. 8. Charles M. Sihwab of the Steel Trust
has gone to P.ttssia. It is believed he is seeking orders from the Rus
sian Government for the construction of battleships.
Is Found Guiliy
PORTLAND, Ore,, Feb. 8. Former United States District Attorney
John H. Hall was today convicted ol conspiracy in the Oregon land fraud
Morse Goes Home
LIVERPOOL, England, Feb. 8. Banker C. V. Morse, who recently
arrived here, presumably for a vacation, is returning to America.
m i m y
Mrs. Vanderbilt's Count
BUDAPEST, Hungary, Feb. 8. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt is re
ported to be engaged to marry Count Hadik.
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