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VOL. X. NO. 3941
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 J908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Governor Refuses To
Approve Gar Schedule
Governor Prcur lias refused to ap
piove tho Wala'lae-Atihl Parle car
ichedulri MiltniHted liy tho llnpld
'lrmistt. lie, liaKi.s 'liJ-t rertiirtl on tlio
fucpiit decision of the Supreme Court
In tliu I, llllui street Injunction cm p.
A letter written by tho Governor
to the ubovo effect was sent to I..
Tcnncy I'eck, president of tho Itiipbl
Transit, this morning. Mr. Peclc
called on the Governor at nifan and
held a Hlioit cunrerence, but' to what
put pose the Governor does not state.
Whan linked If the Jettcr expressed
nil ha wished to eny on tlio uuitter,
lie icpllod: "Yes, nil I wish to say,
but not all I Know." Ills letter to
Mr. I'eck Is au follows:
Miuch 1. J 80S.
Mr. 1-. '1. I'eck, President, Honolulu
Ilnplil Transit & Land Co., Ho
Sir': On tho 7th ultimo you sub
mitted for my approval, under lie
Used Laws, section S43, subdivision
4, n regulation made by our com
pany legardlng tho operation of Hb
' Hotel street line" extending from
Aula Par.U.along-.Holol street, llore
tanla street and tho Wnlalao road to
the crest of the Wntalne ridge.
Since then two hearings have .ecn
had, at both of which your company
and tho llpretonla nnd Knlmukl noo
ple havo been lepresented nnd at ono
of which the Llllha pcoplo ha,vo been
Thirty teachers ,In tho public
schools of Hawaii ate lo get free
transportation o the Coast next
Bii minor to nttend tho National EJu
cntlonul Association's convention In
San Tranclsco. Governor Prear ic
telved n-cablegram this morning
from Superintendent llubbltt, read
ing ns follows: s
Philadelphia, March I, 1908.
. . . ,
ndulteiatcd food products. The first i
victim was Pang Ung Kill, tho yro-
FOR THE HOT DAYS COMING.
WHITE LISLE SHIRTS and DRAWERS:
Cool, comfortable, sanitary ....... ,75 per garment'
Ribbed, sleeveless $1.00 each
MORRIS UNIVERSITY- v
Short-sleeved coat; knee drawers. . . .50 per garment
SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIOQAN: A
In shirts and drawers 75 iper garment B
ALL NEW STOCK. EVERY SIZE. I
m lun immi
Tho Llllha people, rolylng upon
tho oamq statutory piovlslon, huvo
rVques'ted that a regulation bo njndo
icqulrlng either the I. Illlm street earn
to I tin to Aula Patk or else the Ho
tel street cars to run to Mtltia
Your company and the I. Illlm
ttrect people contend that the stat
utory piovlslon referred to covers
running scheduled of cars, while tho
Horctnnln and Katmukl pcoplo take
tno opposite view and contend that
that matter Is covered by Section
S41, which vests no authority In tho
The Supreme Court, au 1 under
stand It, took the latter view In Its
decision of tho 20th of January In
tho case of the Territory against
jour company. I think that I should
nut attempt to act under Section 84'.!
on a question of this nature lyitll
that decision is reversed or modlllcd.
I therefore 'decline to approve tho
regulation submitted by you or a
regulation such ns the Llllha peoplo
have requested, and It Is unneces
sary to express an opinion as to
Whether cither proposed regulation
is Just nnd reasonable.
W. P. PKHAIl,
Governor Prear, Honolulu.
Transportation sccuicd thirty
teachers transport July sixth, re
turning September fifth.
This means that thirty of Ha
waii's public school teachers who,
for financial reasons, might not bo
nblo to attend tho convention, will
bo given nn opportunity to bo pres
ent at tho national teachers' meeting.
prletor nnd manager of tho Palaco
Grill on Hotel street, who was arrest
ed this morning for selling adulterat
ed food on a warrant sworn to by
Food Commissioner H. A, DuncanT"
Tho complaint alleges that tho do-
fondant sold to II. Myhro milk con-
solids, while it should have contained
11.5 per cent.
w.; Liu., m
STREET AND FORT. R
Joso P. Durno, tlio well-known
Hoard of Health inspector, was this
morning nrrestcd on u charge -of
rrlmlnnl libel, nnd the cntlro Portu
guese community Is Intensely Inter
ested In the matter, as tho cam
grows out of certain articles wrltjeu
In tho Portuguese papers on the mut
ter of the assassination of tho lute
The complaining witness In tho
rase against Durno is ono Oregorto
Josu Mornto. It appears that sumo
time ago ho wrote some political ar
ticles in the "0 Luso" to which Du
tao, who at ono ttmo was editor of
tho "A Llberdade," took exceptions.
Durno attacked Morato In a bitter
article In the A Llberdade," ond It
Ib this which has been made the
grounds for the arrest.
The complaint alleges that on Peb,
G the defendant wroto and caused to
bo. printed. In "A Llberdade," a Por
tuguese nowspapcr, a most malicious
libel, which tended to Injure the af
flaut'n good name nnd bring him Into
public hatred, contempt, disgrace, ab
horrence, odium, and ridicule.
Tho libellous portions of the of
fending artlclo are set forth to bn as
"His Majesty King D. Carlos has,
been attacked In tho columns of tho
Journal '0 Luso,' articles signed and
written by Grcgorlo Joso Morato, na
tive of the city of Lisbon.
"Scoundrel is one of tlio itlustrt;
ous Immigrants that came without
ptiBeport to Honolulu on tlio steamer
'Kumorlc,' and according to his own
confession said that he had gono
from Lisbon to t)io Island of Madeira
and from thero to Honolulu, where
he arrived without any baggage.
"Gregorio Jose Moruto Is one of tlio
collaborators of tho 0 I.ubo,' In
(Continued on P0 4)
iff uii kie nor iiiiy
As was to havo been expected, tho
Jury In tho Leo Sa Kco case, which
had been on beloro Judgo Dole for
soven days, roturnod n verdict yester
day afternoon of not guilty.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 3.
CUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals,
3 075 cents, or $77.50 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.80 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 1 l-2d.
Parity,' 4.14 cents. Previous quota
Miss Power will havo her now East-
cm styles on display within a few-
Dr. O'Neal cumo down today, anlv
ing on tho stca'mor Mlliahala.
ABOUT LOCKING UP the house
when you go out, if your silver plate,
jewels and valuable papers are in our
Why a burglar would have to
bring a dray to carry off enough
nif hyA 1irin.ft.hrnn tn make it worth
while, and that is hardly the safest
Kino, oi a naui .
If you haven't a safe-deposit box,
rent one at once from us.
N m STREET
One Cottage Destroyed
And Another Is
A destructive 'flro, tlio third within
( shoit tlinu which is bellued to have
Its oilgln In tho uutoitiinato penchant
which small children have for playing
with matches, took placo this morning
on the slopo of Punchbowl. As u re
sult our cottage wiis totally destroyed
and another damaged to a consider
Tho alarm wan turtiod In at about H
o'clock from box 7f. on the corner of
bct.ool and Knlma uticets, mt tho tlio
wi s qu lo u distance from that pltico,
Mi (Jinri') street. In one of the hoajos
farthest up the slope of tho crater. As
n contti'Qhenco tho fire and Iho police
Uupirtmi'ntu had quite a hard time
getting their vehicles up the steep
streets, tho heavy engines being ca
Tho flro originated in a house occu
pied by George "Madeira, n Jeweller
working for. Wjchniati & Co. It was
situated tn the middle of a group o:
three collages, and belonged, hh well
as the cottago on the Walklkl fildu of
It. to A. It. II. Vlerva, tho Jeweler.
When tlio flro Cvpartment arrived
tho house was nheady enveloped in
flames and It was qullo evident that It
would be lmK)sslblo to sao It, The
flames caught hold of tho houso on
tho Wnlklkl side, which Is occupied
by Vlerra, and tho chemical engine
which wns the first to get into action,
had a hard time to keep It in check
until tlio main engine, which waB de
layed owing to tho length of hosu
which had to be used to reach from
tho nearest hjdraut, could get to
work. Just ns It seemed as If this
building was doomed to destruction
also, tho hose got Into play, and It
wns so efficiently handled that within
d short time the danger was over.
The Madeira house is a total wreck,
and onu side of tho Vlerra home Is
badly Bcorched. All tho furniture lu
tho former place, with tho exception
of a bureau and n couple of tables,
was burned. Neither tho house nor
tho.furnlturo nas Insured.
Mm. MnJelra believes that tho lire
was caused by 0110 of the neighbor
The annual meeting of tho luter
Island Steam Navigation Company
wns held this morning In the offices
of tho company Heading of tho
minutes of tho last meeting nnd tho
hearing of financial roports wos tho
only other buslnoas beside tho elec
tion of officers transacted, Tho offi
cers elected wcio the same as havo
been serving for the past year, as fol
lows: President, J. A. Kennedy: vice
president, J. L. McLean; treasurer
anil secretary, N. E. Gcdgo: auditor,
Zono K. Moyors. The directors elect
ed wore ns follows: a. N. Wilcox, A.
Drclor, A. S. Wilcox, W. O. Smith,
J. M. Dowsctt, C. M, Cooke, J. A.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
K Good Meals
A good-size body of representative
men of tho city assembled In tho
rooms of tho Chamber of Commerce
this afternoon In answer to the call
of Governor Prear, that the peoplo of
the town get together for tho enter
tainment of the Plect.
Thero Is no doubt that the recep
tion given the Pleel will bo thor
oughly cosmopolitan, as the Japan
ese nnd Chlneso residents nro taking
a lively lnteic.it In nil the plans, nnd
representatives were present H1I3 nf
ternoon. Among them were tho fol
lowing: Secretary Mott-Smlth, J. P.
Morgan, Manuel Phillips, Governor
Prear, (lerrlt Wilder, W. O. Smith,
Jack Atkinson, It. J. Iluchlcy, Colonel
Sopcr, J. A. McCandless, G. P. Hush,
K. J. Iloth, C. K. Al, J. O. Lulteil,
P. J. Wnldron, K. H. Stnckttblo, Dr.
Mltamura, Captain llradley, Judgo
Kingsbury, Chief Taylor, C. M.
Cooke, Joe Cohen, W. T 'Lucas, Geo.
King, LTenney Peck, Colonel Pish
or, Dr. K. Halda, Akal, Motoshige,
Sajegus.1, L M. Kimball, W. II.
Hooks, Dr. Halda, C. I. Spalding,
Jnck Lucas, Wlllard llrown.
Thero will bo 11 builncs3 meeting
of tho C .i:. Society of tho Christian
Church ou Thursday evening, March
5, 1308. nt 7:30 o'clock at tho church.
Edward P. Paneuf was granted n
dhorce today from his wife, Alapul
Paneuf, on the ground of desertion.
J. H Coney or 'Can l wns n passen
gor lu t. . 'i.ii.i.. !u wlilch arrive I
Miss Illco nnd Miss Krout anlved
this morning from Ka11.1l 011 tho
O. N. Wilcox of Llliuo, who arrived
today 011 the steamer Mlkaliala, will
lcmaln hero for some'tlmu.
' mm ' 11
Reductions In forco nro being
niaoq by (ho Isthmian C'innl Commis
sion In the divisions of building con
struction and that of mechanics, nlso
In the clerical force on the Isthmus.
Chunces of securing employment on
the Isthmus a,ro remote.
Ilrtgadler General Prancls S.
Dodge, U. S. A., retired, who was
awarded a medal of honor by Con
gress for gallantry nt tho battle nt
Whlto river In the Indian campaign,
died in Washington. Ho was CC
5 cars old.
The will of Vernum Lincoln, Just
probated nt Andovcr, Mass., leaves
IDOO to that town to bo used for
prizes In annual old-fashioned spell
Ing matches. "
The Jhermos .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 Are.
liollister Drug Co.
That's the 'Phone number
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March !. Over one hundred and sixty school
children are believed to have perish ;d today in 0 fire that destroyed the
ichoolhouse nt Collinwood, a suburb of the city.
One hundred and fifty-two bodies have nlrcatly been taken out.
The children became penned in by a blocking of the exits of the
schoolrooms. While the nanic was at its height the floor fell with fright
ful result for the helpless children.
COLUMBUS. Ohio, March 4. The delegates to tho Republican Na
tional Convention have been instructed to vote for Taft.
TOPEKA, Kan., March 4. Tho RcDublican State Convention has
endorsed Tnft for the Presidency,
SENATOR PROCTOR DEAD
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 4. United States Senator Proctor of
Vermont is dead.
, RUSSIA'S D0WAfVu IN LONDON
LONDON, England, March 4. l'fcc Dowager Empress of Russia ar
rived here tcd:7.
NEW CONSUL AT VLADIVOSTOK '
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 4. Lester BIAyward of California has
been anointed United States Consul to Vladivostok.
TORPEDO FLEET MANEUVER.
LIMA. Tcru, Maich 4. 3hc American torpedo fleet will maneuver
mm to m
vc 1 'ii.iia have withdrawn
tholi opposlt'im to the sale of' the
Mana "sand-lots " A statement to
this effect wns tnnilo by Governor
Prear this morning. This leaves the
only obstnelo In the way of tho post
poned auction tho protests of the
Kauai people represented by Ilcprc
KMitatlvo J. I. Sllva and Attorney
John I). White.
Tlio von Holts conducted nn Inves
tigation of their own, to find out
whether thero wns any possibility of
tho land being good for cane. Ill
caso It should bo found vnluablo for
liny such purpose, they proposed to
Insist on their rights to n part of tho
land. Hut they found, by the report
of their ngent whom they sont to
Mima, that the land Is worthless for
cano-growlng, so they nio ready to
relinquish their claims.
II. M. von Holt, when telephoned
to nt 1 o'clock today lu reference to
tho matter, stated that on tho report
of his expert, George It. Kwart, ho
had withdrawn his protest 011 lots 2,
3 and I, but on account of the fact
that the Governor leaves for Maul
next Trlday, It wns ncctaanry for him
lo recall Mr Ewnrt jebtorday befoio
he had Investigated lot 1, so tho
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TV J I
Snappy Sloe Styles
Enough Indlctmcnta Secured to Keep
the Federal Court Busy
The. Pednrnl Grand Jury has about
completed Us work It will probably
uinUo Its final report In Judgo Dole
next Prlday nnd bo discharged.
Not 0 great many rases have been
Investigated, chlolly for tho reawin
that tho court calendar Is already
clogged nnd there nro still many
cates to bo tiled. The pIbcoii-IkjKm
of tho r. 3 Ulitrlct Attorney's deK,k
are filled with complaints wlijcji liq"
might liavolmiughl before the Grand"
Jury hnd it not been for this fact.
Ho stated this morning tnut tho
work already dono will furnish
enough trials to keep tho court busy.
Tho Grand Jury was wrostllng
with a knotty problem this morning
which promised to bo a poser for tho
members. It wus whother or not n
Japanese dltaico obtained In this
rountiy nccoidlug to Japanese cus
tom, is legal. . Jnpaneso manhigo
It iccogntsed ns a common-law mar
thige, but a dlvorco Is n dHTetent
cjuctlnn ns to that lot Is still held In
fpr gentlemen. Wc have
them in our windows.
One of them is our new tan
Eluther Oxford for Spring and
Ennancr wctr. It is made of
genuine Rutsia Calf ou the
The correct Welted sole,
with smooth inner-soles, soft,
and pliable, makes it an easy
and stylish shoe. The leather
takes a delightful polish.
This shoe wears well, and
holds its shape till the end.
Price S4.50. Ask for Style
Manufacturers' Siaoe A
P. fa. Box4GD. CJ0 Xtd. Phone, 232
Fori St, Bcnoluln ,
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