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VOL. X. NO. 3984
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1908
When a nun builds a water-wheel
plant on fee bank of a river, his first
purpose is t deflect the current to
get his power, When a man starts
in businoes his first purpoit is to de
flect the current of trade into liis es
tablishment. Now, there is no such
means at his command ss advertising,
Draws The Attention Of The Great
Public Whose Necessities Are
The Basis of All Business.
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C. J. HUTGHINS TO LEAVE HONOLULU
Clinton J. ilutchlns Is to leave lln
nohilu and make his permanent homo
near San rranclscu.
Mr. I In tcli I iih in leaving has to
signed his agency of the I'aclllc Mu
tual I.ir Insurance Company ond
that ogcucy lias been transferred to
the liiMirnuce, department cit the Hen
ry Wntei house TtnBt Company, of
which John Kitrwell Is manager.
Tlio Intention of Mr. Hutcktns to
leave the Islands has been known to
his Intimates for some time, and It
enmo to general public attention this
morning when Mr. Htitchlns' resig
nation as n Coinmlbslonur of Public'
Instruction was presented to tlio Gov-'
"I am leaving tho Islands because'
of domestic matteiB," said Mr. Hut-'
chins. "My mother Is getting well
along In jcnis nnd I wish to bo near
her. Our homo will ptohahly bo'
made within n few hours' lido dfSan'
"I hope to visit tho Islands more I
i,r loss frequently. All my Interests
urn hero und I expect to keep In close,
touch with the business of the 1st
unds. I have not disposed of nny of.
my interests here. It will be a ina'
tcr of living on the Coast and visit-'
Inn tho Islands Instead of living heio'
nml visiting the Coast.
"I don't Know what I shnll do, I
hnvu ho er.il mattcis under consider
ii Hon and tho I'aclllc Mutual people
have told mu that they may want me,
hut It all depends on whether tho
openings are near my new home. I
mu going to niaKc my home and have
my business lit my headquarters.
"Yes, of courte. I am sorry to leave
tho islands, but my family has fire'
call. 1 have resigned from most ov
er thing 1 have been connected with
locally except my business connec
tions outside tho insurance agency. '
Mr. Ilutchlns has been In the Isl
ands Jong enough to be classed as a
kamaulpa. Although his principal
uuslnees'hnB been .Insurance In gen
einl nnd tlio I'aclllc- Mutual in par
ticular, ho has bee associated with
many business enterprises. He In In
the Iluuall Development Company,
nnd Is particularly Interested In the
icorgnnlzc'1 and progressive Wlicloss
Telegraph Company. He has many
friends hero who will much regret
his departure. Ilutchlns was one of
the main promoters of the Oahu
Country Club and an enthusiastic
charter member of tho Commercial
Club .of Honolulu. Ho Is n Democrat
but not now working at politics.
"Tho Japanese linmlg.ants will
keep coming to Haw. ill, pioUlcU
.they have lolatlvca here," bald K.
Abe. tin new Japancso Vice Consul
fur Hawaii, who -.tnlved on the liner
Kiiiuj tli'ls mornlur. "It la micct
thai tho newspapers have Intlmato.l
1 1. nt I !m emigration of ,l.ipanoso to
Haw ill has been piohlbltod, but Mi
fir as I know t'toie is nothing In the
teprrt. Tiuiro has been no changa
I i th.i policy of tho Jnp.inojo eml
iniiCcn In llnvsll. Tho"o who have
1.0 lol.ithcrf in' buslnutu (onncctlnnil
here, of couise, cannot como; but
tho.o who havo Mich, may como. Tho
Japancso (Sovernmeiit Is vory strict
now In granting permits to those
who want to como horo. Unles,j i
r.atUfactory showing Is made by tho
emigrant'! who desired tn come liete,
the (iiivornment will not grant per
niltu. Hy this poller tho volume n.'
otiilgration of Japanese to Hawaii la
Mr Abe speaks English lluently
and Ii. quite a joung mini, being only
Vice 1'iesldent J. II. inland of tho
Chicago. Milwaukee and St. l'aul
Hnllwny system, his sun, and General
Passenger Agent Miller nro passen
gers on tho Korea returning to tho
mainland after a tilp through tho
Mr. Illlnnd passed through tho
city some mouths ago and stated that
he expected to stop over on his re
turn. Ills business detained him,
however, longer In tho Orient than
ho had anticipated and ho says he
will havo to put off his stay In Ho
nolulu till another year,
"I tell you what It Is," Bald Mr.
Hlland to n II u 1 1 o 1 1 n man this
(Continued an Pag. )
MAY BE FORMED
Kaneohe Lands Are Still
Thcro Is u chnnre that a l'lneapplo
Association wll bo formed to
take over tho homestead lands now
held In Knneoho by J. Ii. Castle un
der a lenue from tho Government.
This lease lines nut oxplro until 1913,
and Mr, Castle does not wish to Bur
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GARTLEY TO SHIP
Kekaha Plantation To
i 'The Ilnwnllan l'lertrlc Company
nro Installing for the Kekaha Sugar
Company n hydro-electric plant to
take wutcr from the new ditch which
drops through Wnlnwa and descends
'lli feet to a ditch below and Is then
t'sed to Irrigate the fields nt Mana.
There will be from Ki, (100. 000 to
1:5,000,000 gallons of water per day.
They propose to generate COO kilo
wattJ of electricity and tho power
i will bo transmitted back to three ,
pumping stations. In stations No. 1 .
nnd No. 2 thcro will be Installed two'
centrifugal pumps, each attached to!
ISO II. 1'. motor and having n cnpa-
tlty of from 1,000.000 to '1,600,000
gallons per 'H hours nt a head of
ZOO to 375 feet
At' station No. :i there will bo In-
stulfedytM rfi centrifugal' pumps, each'
connected "to a 2S0 II. I. motor.,
These, pumps will have n capacity of
from 2,000,000 to 3,000,000 gallons I
of water ovary 24 hours nt an clovo,
tlon of 200 to 375 feet. . ' '
Mr. Onrtley, on his trip East wilfl
look after the shipment of tho nppa-'
iiitus for this new Installation and It
Is oxpected that nil of the material
will bo on the ground not lator than
July 1st nnd that tho plant will bo
In complete operation In August.
Tho Kekaha Sugar Company con
template planting some COO acres of
(Continued on Pne 4)
IPYLE8 FIGHTS FOR
I FOUR BATTLESHIPS
Nows was received todny of tho
death of Mrs. Cornelia lleckwltli
Damon, who died this morning nt
bany, Nowjfork, at tho homo of her
son, .Maurice Damon niter a lingering
Illness. Mrs. Damon was formerly n
resident ot the Islands, and leaves a
largu number of friends and relatives
Tho deceased left Hawaii for tho
mainland about two and u half years
ago and remnlned away over slnco.
She leaves two daughters and three
sons, two of whom are married. The
names of her children are Ethel M
Juilu M.. Kred. II., William P., nnd
Maurlco S, Damon. Ono brother,
Maurlcu O. lleckwltli, survives her. Ho
Ib now In the KaHL
. It ltrnbablo that tho" remain will
lie brought hero- for burial.
IN STATION CELL
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 23. Senator Pyles has offered an
amendment to the Naval Appropriation bill to provide for the construc
tion of four battleships as asked by the President.
GREAT SHIPS FOR RUSSIA
LONDON, England, April 23. It is reported here that Russia has
ordered the construction of five warships each larger than the British
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is Combination Lunch
for a u a i n c 5 s, iii c n j
23s, 35e, SOc, Wc. i
RUM AI.X1 THE WAY
cr not, just ss you pi ;se. THE IMPORTANT THING is
to nit hero while our uc.v stock of SHIRTS
3 1'. M. The hearing of tho l'asl
I)ue Mills habeas corpus matter came
up befoie Judgo Lindsay this after
noon, Judgi- Quarlcs appearing for
Mills, while County Attorney Oath
cart und his deputy, Kicd, Milvcrton,
nppenred for Sheriff Inukea. Mllver
ton stated that his department hud
not had the time to make n loturn to
the writ, and for this icusou ho unlit i'
that a toiitlntianro bo granted until
tomorrow at 2 p. m. This was gran
ted nu was aim a motion by Judge '
Hiiarles that .Mills be leleated In the
meantime on hi uwn recognizance.
As ho left the luom Mills annouuceit '
In a loud voice that he was going!
ggc RULLE'M ADD I'AV -laj
Habeas Corpus Case To
Be Heard This
Harry T. lubt-Duo Mills Is going
lo fight the casn of contempt on
which he wrb fined S10 hy Judgo An
drade last Monday. Yesterday tho
Judge offered him tho chotco be
tween paying the fine and going Into
custody. Having found that the ap
peal taken by Mills did not lie. MIIU
did not dig up, nnd ns a consequence,
he was taken Into custody by tin
police, nnd spoilt last night In ono of
The best llart of today Mills spout
pacing up nnd down tho corridor out
aide hln cell, being allowed great lat
itude by tho Sheriff, but he was also
busy directing tho defense which ho
Intends to put up by mennH of a peti
tion for n writ of habeas corpus. He
declined to admit a II u I 1 e 1 1 n rep
resentative to hla now npnrtmcnti,
hut his attorney, Judge Quarlcs
fchnwed all posjlblo courtesy.
At about 11 o'clock Jucge uarlts
"ppeared with tho petition for n writ,
and Mills Immediately telephoned for
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THE PAPERS! for dainty homes
SYDNEY, Asrtralia, April 23. ' WASHINGTON, D. C, April 23.
The Chinese boycott of JaDancso The President lias nominated Capl.
goods in this city and vicinity is al-1 W. S. Cowlcs to be a Rear Admiral,
most complete. Cowlcs is a relative of the President.
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MYSTERY OF EXPLOSION
OAKLAND, Calif., April 23. The
explosion at Supervisor Gallagher's
residence is still an unsolved mys
tery. TO SUPPRESS FANATICS
C0L0MB, April 23. An Algerian
force of 4,000 is demonstrating to
suppress anti-French fanaticism.
COMMANDER NOEL DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 23.
Naval Commander Noel died here to
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 22.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
101-2J. Parity, 4.S1 cents. Prev
ious quotation, lis. 0 3-ld.
fln l,.t Printing l th ullatln.
SKID00, Calif., April 23. Joe
Simpson was lynched here today for
the murder of James Arnold.
Admiral Vory lunched today at tho
Commercial Club. After the lunch ho
nddrojsnil those present nnd spoka In
the hlgiiost tonus ot the treatment ho
has received In Honolulu
Iteports from California show
much Intereit In baseball about San
I'rnnchco Day, indicating another
'successful season thcro.
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CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
the day after n bis fire, suy cither,
"The property was a total less," or
"The Ion v.-as fully coveud by in-turaucc."
Those few words mean a great
deal to the owner of tho pronerty;
and they mean, too, that he has eith
er protected or neglected, liis inter
ests. Which are YOU doing now?
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E have opsaed up a line of Cretonnes which
nave just arrived from New York. About
thiity pa torns of the prettiest kind of goods.
suitable lot draperies or cushion work.
The living room o bedroom which is furnished with
wicker chain or rocke j can be improved if loose cushions
of this lovely materia' are used in each piece.
A new and striking novelty for cushions, draperies, or
upholstery work. Sultible for neat couch covers.
Also a new pattern of striped dark blue for portieres
by the yard,
Man" new pieces of upholstery fabrics have arrived.
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185 King St.,
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