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JJJ V JUL ILV VJ
VOL. X. NO. 3935
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M Brp Plantation
Gets Injunction; Sues
Judge Lindsay this mornini granted the temporary in
junction prayed for by McBrydc plantation, restraining Ko
loa plantation from diverting t5 its own lands the waters of
Omao Gulch. This decision was rendered shortly after 10 this
morning. M. F. Prosser, of th: law 'Arm of Kinney & Marx,
almost immediately filed a suit on behalf of McBrydc planta
tion igainst Koloa plantation, Hins Isenbcrg, its president, and
L. Weinsheimcr, the secretary, for $25,000. damages or injuries
sustained by the building of a dam and diverting the waters of
The hearing in the injunction matter had occupied several
days. Kolca at first excepted to the complaint and petition filed
by McBryde. The Judge overruled the exceptions, whereupon
Koioa filed n demurrer to the conplalnt. Considerable testimony
was taken, .and there was much argument. This morning Judge
Lindsay overruled the demurrer and granted the injunction,
which will stand until the damage suit is decided. As this, on
account of the money involved, will probably be fought through
all the courts, the temporary injunction will stand for a long
The papers in the damage suit were filed on the officers of
tlic-Koloa company before 11 o'clock this morning. The com
plaint alleges that Koloa plant ition illegally, wantonly, fraud
ulently, wrongfully, maliciously, and oppressively and in bad
faith . . seized and appropriated the waters of the stream
and diverted them by means of a dam, without previous com
plaint 'or notice to the plaintiff.
(BrcrlHl llu I let 1 11 Wireless)
On Hoard llltonl.in, Pel), 25.
9-30 V. M. The lllloulnii Is one
liunclrcil nml ten miles off tlio
Island a U: 30 j, in. Sea moder
ate. Weather lint All well.
Tills wireless telegram to the
II II I let I n wai reielveil tills
morning from tlio 1-alialna Na
tion. Whllo llio llllonlnn wan
going out, the I alining station of
the loial wlrrlcas system Kept In
tone h with tlio ship at Intervals
throughout tlio day ami outline.
Tlio operator Kept In touch with
tho fctrmner until in o'clock In
tho eenlnn when ho leporli that
Iho "rli.iya" incm In so thick as
to make fmlliiT loniuiunlcntltm
Whin the wIielesH roiiman "
tibllvliv IU Htntlon for ocean
fcteamcr work It will Im able to
exchnngo telegrams with tho
ship for hundreds of miles
n t: it :: tt :: :t :i t: n :t it
1 ' ' -rr"'' i-1' ' '.
THE KASH 0)., LTD.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
ONS for PEARL HARBOR
mm M TBE PART
To tho lrnellcr pausing along :
the upper road from IJIiun to JJ
Mrllrydo jilantatlon, tho sieno of ii
tho present water light between ii
Koloa nml Mcllrydo plantations, U
Is the most peaceful Imaginable, ii
Tho camps of tho opposing S
foncs nre quite near tho road nnd ii
thoy boar much Jho name np- ii
licnrnnee om the settlers housos it
on the Knlaheo homestead tract. !!
A lono watchman on t)io top of a it
rldgo l tho only suggestion of a tt
watch bring kept on tho opera- it
tlons of tho other fellow. ti
When ono learns that thin Is ii
tho center of all thb trouble that tt
in coins on In court the most Im- tt
pressdvo feature about (he whole tt
surroundings Is the apparent lack it
of water. There Is nono In eight, it
Thcro nrot two very ordinary tt
looking gulches with few trees or ti
rocks to give them Individuality ti
Jitbt hllo srass from top to hot- ti
Things aro not all thoy scorn, it
how out, us It Is stated that this ti
THIS LABEL STANDS TOR
PARAGON TROUSERS are
custom tailored, ana the best
of everything is employed in
The eloth is shrunk in Cold
Water, which knits the fakrio
together, preventing shrink
age through dampness, "'
Every good dresser must
have a few extra pairs of
trousers; now is the time for
New Spring .Styles
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 26. 1908
t'lirle Hani In at priscnL getting
ready to crush tho rock which Is to bo
uued for tho I'earl Harbor formica
tions. Captain Otwcll hits ordered a
rod: crustier which Is to do tho work.
Tho orders hare been placed with tho
Honolulu Iron Works and with Hall
Son. Captain Otwelt has not. as yet
derided at which placo he will hao
tho crusher erected.
Tho crusher Is to do tho work which
was Involved In the famous Hogan
contract Hogan niacin a hid to do the
work, anil the department decided In
do the work Itself.
Scarcity Of Leathoppers
W4. Cause Of Good
No Shortage of Labor Is Feared for
Coming Year on the Banner
Plantation of This
Not profits of 1770,078.26, of
which 1700,000 was paid out In div
idends amounting to 11 per cent., is
the very satisfactory financial sum
mary whlc.li tho Kwr Plantation was
nblo to glva nt tlio annual meeting
held this forenoon. a
That tho partial extermination of
tho leaf-hopper Is tho causo of tho
good size of tho present crop Is tho
theory which Manager Ronton nd
vatirod In his report. Ono of tho
most generally Interesting features
of this report was the chapter on "In'
poet Pests," which read iib follows:
In the last annual report tho mat'
ter of damngo by lcaf-hoppor was
dealt with to some cxtont, and tlio
Matnment made, that Its depreda
tions had been very largely checked.
'Hie. crop of 1907 marked the turning
point for tho bolter. As a rough II-
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tt stream over which tho two plan- it
ii tatlons am battling In tho it
it court develops much water low- tt
tt cr In Its course. ti
mmrmmm t ii m
your estate, business or pri-
vate property. We'll col
Ject rents, pay taxes, make
investments, and return
regulu statements of in
come.' We will act as Trustee,
Administrator, or Advisor.
WE'LL do the worrying
Congress May Yet
For Pearl Harbor
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 20.
GOVERNOR FBEAR, Honolulu:
Favorable developments PeJrl Harbor in subcommittee.
The above cheering message was received this morning by
the Governor from the Delegate to Congress, and gives hope
that the report of the Naval Committee, which failed to recom
mend an appropriation for the dredging of Pearl Harbor and the
building of a drydock for what is destined to be the naval base
of the United States in the Pacific, will not be adopted in toto.
Governor Frcar states that he is not sure what subcommittee
it is to which the Delegate refers, though he thinks it proba
ble that it is a subcommittee of the Rivers and Harbors Com
mittee. It may, however, be a subcommittee of the Naval Appro
priation Committee. If the last surmise should prove to be true,
the, message would mean that there is hope for the drydock. In
that case, there would also be hope for the dredging of the har
bor channel, as the Government would hardly think of appro
priating for a drydock which could not be towed into the har
bor, and which, if it were there, would not be accessible to
such war vessels as might want to nse it.
The fact that the Promotion Committee and Captain Ot
well were asked to supply information as to the Pearl Harbor
borings, however, may be taken to mean that the subcommit
tee is conslCering' the appropriation of money to dredge out the
harbor entrance. ......
Company's Annual Meet
ing Held Here This
At tho annual meeting of the Wal
mea Sugar Mill Co, which was held
this afternoon ut Z o'clock at tho of
fices of Caftlc & Cooke, the following
report was submitted by Manager Kus
eoth: Crop 1907- Wo commenced grind
ing February ICth, and finished No
vember 1st, 1907. Tho crop was cut
from 249 acres cane, yielding 15111
tons sugar, an acrago of C 2 tons to
Crop l'JOS- Wo ho-vo for this crop
240 acres .15 ac res plant lime and 205
acres ralooni", which nru oxpciled to
yield 1500 tons of sugar. Up to date
we havo milled two fields of ratoons,
together DO acres, yielding 305 tons
Crop 1909' This consists of CD
acres plant taiin and 200 acres of ra
toons. Tho young lano for this crop
looks well all around, and bids fair to
yield 1500 tons.
Improvements Our mill Is In very
good condition and wo anticipate no
call for expenditure beyond tho ordi
nary expenses and repairs.
Captain Jot n Hoss departed In the
Klnau ycatcrtay for Hawaii, vhcro he
Intends to do some hunting In Wal
mea. J.Hopp toCo.
w Wood, meals
iis unt m
New Ccn'rifugah Enable
Mill To Run Day
The Koloa Sugar Co, held Its annual
meeting this forenoon at tho offices of
Hackfcld & Co, at which tho following
officers were ro-elrcted to Borve during
tho ensuing ear: Hans Uenberg,
president: D. I. It. Iscnberg, vice
president; V. Klamp, Secretory; W.
Pfotenhnucr, treasurer; Armln Hsne
berg, auditor. Hoard of directors: C.
M. Cooke. Hans iBenberg. f). P. It. Is
enberg, 1 Klamp, W I'fotctrtiauor.
Manngor Welntrholiner submitted
tho 'ollowtng annual repot::
Crop 1908: From 1547 acres, wc
produced 6555,150 tons of sugar, at an
average polarization of 97.1 per cent or
5G13.594 tons of lommerclal sugar
(96 por cent) .019 acres of plant cino
aeraglng 4.22 tons of sugar per aero;
S5B acres of long ratoonB averaging
3.18 tons ot sugar per acre; and 72
acres of short ratoons averaging 2.90
tons of sugar per acre. Wo torn
menced grinding December 11th, 1900,
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The Thermos Bottle
is a new Bottle that will re
tain heat or cold for days.
That means that you can have
ice-cold or boiling-hot drinks
miles away from ice or fire.
For Navy Yard
And Dred w
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 26. The House Subcommittee on
Yards and Docks of the House Committee on Naval Affairs has author
ized the introduction of a bill appropriating $700,000. toward the Na
val Station at Pearl Harbor.
The bill provides for a drydock that will admit the largest vessels
of the Navy, at a cost of two million dollars.
Tor machine shops, $300,000.; for storehouses, $300,000.; for Na
vy yard development, $50,000.
The entrance of the harbor will be dredged and a 35-foot channel
CAPTAIN SUICIDES TO AVOID A TRIAL
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Feb. 20. Captain Glaizan of the Rus
sian cruiser Askold has committed suicide rather than face a court-martial
for not suppressing the mutiny at Vladivostok last October.
HOLLAND'S QUEEN IN A SMASH-UP
TITC TTAfllTE Vh ooTbi Mrriniro nf Onrpn WilhMminn nnd
Prince Henry was wrecked today in
pants escaped unnarmeu.
m jh up
The Henry Watcrhouso Trust Com
pany rccched n inblcgrnm this morn
ing announcing that raw sugar sold
for 3.85 cents l-Now York this fore
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Feb. 20.
SUGAR: 96 degree centrifugals, 3.73
cents, or $74.60 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.67 cents.
Feb. 25. BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s.
11 l-4d 4,09 cents. Previous quo
tation, 0s. 10 l-2d.
A flro in a tenement houso on the
makal sldo of King street, near Dow
sett lane, called out the flro depart
ment this afternoon nt n little after
2 o'clock. The blaze, which was start
ed In a mattress by a Japanese child,
was extinguished by means of u few
buckets of water.
In tho matter of the arbitration of
tho dispute between the Kona Dctel
opment Co. and K. D, McStocker, and
M. V. Scott, the Supreme Court this
morning denied Scott's motion. to dis
miss the appeal of tho plaintiffs.
Carl Wldcmann returned to his home
yesterday on the Klnau. Ho tarn-)
down on .lidsir-ess and pleasure! com
bined. D, Kawananalcoa was ono of the par
songcrs who sailed In the Klnau jes
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a collision with a car. The occu?
im mi id rat
They can't do without Chester.
The Attorney General's Depart
ment, which -accepted tho resigna
tion of Chester Doyle, criminologist,
conic mouths ago, requested Jitdgo
Do Holt, whoso Japanese Interpreter
he now Is, to allow him to go down
to Walpahu today to help get evi
dence against Myda nnd Mtomura,
two Japanese Indicted on tho charge
ot murdering a fellow countryman
about n year ago, Tho Judgo grunt
ed the desired permission nnd Ches
ter got Into the harness nnd took a
little Jaunt, Just for the sake or old
At tho regular meeting nt Court
Cnmoes, No, 8110, A. O. !'.. held last
night, Messrs. M. C. I'nchecn and
A K. Vlerra were olected delegates
to represent Court Cnmoes In tho
High Court, A. O, K, Convention, to
be held In Oakland, California, next
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