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VOL. X. NJ. 3939
IO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 29. I908-IO PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
Fiircid Turns Down
Kapaa Exchange Offer
fieorgo I'aliclilld absolute! tn .1
down the land exchange proposition
wlilcli wns Mibinltted to lihn by Hov
el nor 1'renr until lio can hoar finni
Col. Spalding, tlio owir r of tlio Ma
ker Sugar Company. TIiIh lb tlio sub-t-lnnco
of a letter which wai, iicelvcil
by Acting-Governor .Malt Smith yci
Speaking of the lmlldlus up of nn
Industry which has paid thousands of
dollarH Into the Treasury, Mr. l'.ilv
child says that It Fcemi to hhn to he
only common Justice that ho ho given
lime to roinmimlcnte with Ills (super
ior In tlu matter, and ho fuela bo em
phatically (lie Impropriety of passim;
judgment on thu offer without mi do
ing that ho declines absolutely to luke
action ut thu present time.
The letter which Geoige KnlrchlM
Rent to thn Commissioner of 1'iibllc
Lands and which wbb referred to the
Chief Executive, Is hero reproduced
James W. Pratt, Commissioner of
Public Lands for the Territory of
Dear Sir: I am In iccclpt of yriurs
of the 21st Inst.. glWng mo until thu
L'Mh Inst. In which to either iiccept
or reject your general proposition js
outlined 111 ours of the 18th.
Thu Moana and Soatldo hotels have
been selected lis the most appropriate
places for thu dancing entertainment
of the olllcers mid men of the Atlantic
Dally special trains, leaving Hon')
lulu at !) o'clock In the morning will
ho arranged for thu benefit ot tho
naval men of tho Oahu Railway &
I. and Co. Hound trip charge to he "
cunts a head.
The ubovo vuro decided ut 11 meet
ing of thu entertainment committee,
which was held In tho ulllces ot Kred
I.. Wahlron, tu tho Spieckela building
ut 8 o'clock this morning.
A committee of three, consisting of
V. II. Hooks, James Wilder and A. I,.
(J Atkinson wan appointed by Chair
man Wnldion to estimate tho jiecos
Miry expenses of giving a grand bull
to thu olllcers and man of the fleet
For the eutortalnment committee nt
thu old flshmaikpt, for tho benefit of
the naval men, tlio chair appointed
Good Syggestions For
The ALFRED BENJAMIN suit, while designed for
men who are conservative in their dress, clearly defines all
the style features that the best-dressed nien in New York
demand in their clothts.
We offer them to you in staple Blue and Black Serge,
Cheviots, Worsteds, Cawimeres, and the popular shades of
Brown, at the most modest of prices. Single or double
Stop awhile and s;e our window display.
CORNER OP FORT
1 It iwins to no r'lmmin Justice that
I hI.iiuM he nllowe.l to c mnminlcalo
with Col. Spalding bofnro acting on
! your offer or cjiumltllng myself for
or ngilnst your proposition. Tlio Gov-
! ......I...... , knu , Irn. !... .....tn.lu n
i. mnitii. nun tttni-ii iwi,, 1'ci luuo ut
time in the pi"t lit fore acting upon
various phases of thu land mattcrr
now miiltfi co'ul '.e 'allnn. an I I fiol
ho emphatically the lmpiuprlety of
liaising Judgment for Col. Spalding
on theso matters of such fiir-rcaclilng
1 catircquenco to him without hearing
fully fiom him that I must decline to
take action on our offer before tliU
I can be done
Thu Mukeo Sugar Co. ban been in
. business for a long time In this Terrl
j tory, lias developed a largo business
Interest here and paid thousands of
dollars Into the public Treasury in
one way and another. It has bcun a
tenant of tlio Government for nun
years and I believe that you wilt see
thu Impropriety of conslilcilng nego
tiations between thu Mnkeo Sugar
Company and thu Government In ref
erence to the lands In question closed,
because I stand dimly to tlio right of
communicating fully with my prin
cipal and obtaining his views upon
theso Important Issues.
Yours very truly,
GICOHGi: H FAIUCHIU).
Cupt. Corwln !. rtoeB, M Phillips and
JAhrani Lewis On thu scenic onlei
talnlng committee Messrs. James Wil
der, Ho Foil anil K. Sheha went ap
pointed by Chairman Wnldron. Mi
I Ho Foil said that he could not serve
j very well on tho commlttu nu ho was
' n member of tho Ileccptlon and 1'reui
Committee On this showing, ho was
nllowed to withdraw.
James Wilder, In making n motion
that thu Moana and Seasldu hotels bt
selected as the best spota to entertain
thu naval men, leeommended that
Knlnkaim nvonuo between thu Moan.i
I and Scasldo entrances bo brllllautlv
Illuminated with electric lights; that
In bridge he (-(instructed over the
stream between the two hotels with
'appropriate nnd artistic flxtuics und
j that two laigo lanuls he erected, one
ut thu Moana mid tho other at the
ScaUde, for dancing; and that a fuw
I Hawaiian canoes ho secured and
(Continued on Pane 2)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
Enlargement Of Popular
Park Is Now
A.ila park Is to bo enlarged, as was
str.tcd exclusively In tho Hullo tin
several days ago, nnd from present
Indications, work will bo gotten under
way on this splendid project In Iho
Immedlato future. Huporlnton.loiSi ot
Public Works Mnrston Campbell has
had thu proposition under ndvlsemctit
for Rome tlmu past, nnd today made
public the names of thu men who
havu been selected aB appraisers of
the property which will he added to
thu prcocnt park.
Harry Armllngu, lllchard Trent, and
A. N. Campbell are named as thu ap
praisers. There Is it most ot owners
of tho property to bo obtained, many
of them holding very smull bits of
land. How ever, as soon 11s thu ii
pralsement has been made, and If II
Is satisfactory to thu authorities, thu
work of clearing will probably begin.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 28.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, Us.
11 l-4d. Parity, 4.53 cents. Prev
ious quotation, 12s.
Tho ceremonies connected with lay
ing tho corner stone ot thu Cooko
library at Oahu College will tnko
place on the afternoon of May 13, nnd
Col. Johnson Arranges
Stunts For Sailor
Col. Sam Johnson Is going nftet
tho arrangements for u hunch of
(.ports of every Kind during tho stay
of Hie Fleet hore with a vim Unit !s
sure to nuke thu work of his com
mittee successful. Ho states that tho
committee on sports Is one ot thu
most, If not the most, important one
of thu lot. The Jnckles want to be
entertained und they don't caro two
whoops about pink teas or gaidc'i
patties. They will want to got out
and yell their heads off ut n baseball
game, or roach on tho side-lines ut a
(Continued on Pace 6.)
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may fancy them.
Rent a Safe Deposit
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Fort St. Rcnolul"
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WARNED OP DANGER
(Special llullctln Wireless)
llll.p, Hawaii, Apill !!!Tho
Herald tomorrow will Mate that
11 representative of the Chicago,
: MllwuttUeo & St. Paul Itallway
Is In llllo ami Is looking for
one million ohln ties
: It states that Iledemnnn Is
: probnhly preparing to build 11
' wharf nt Kcalnkeku.i Hay.
: .1. II. Castle will handle the
I- freight Tor tho Mahogany Lum-
tor Company In connection with
the Snute Fo tie contract.
Thu motion for nonsuit In the case
of Mis. Vlerru vaunt thu Walalua
Agricultural Company has been al
lowed. Mrs. Vlcri.i brought suit
ngnlnst the rouipnm ior llia.UUO for
tho loss of bor husband, who was
killed while In tin- employ of the
company. Attnrnet MllviMon, rep
resenting the W.ilalun Company,
biought n motion for nou-sult the
other day, 011 the grounds that the
evidence showed no negligence on
tho part ot the defendant.
Judge He Holt this morning decid
ed in favor of the motion this morn
ing, and consequently tho case Is
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for and there remain but a few more
pages to be tilled.
Twelve rolls of 70-inch paper, each
roll weighing 1,000 pounds, will be
used in printing this FLEET EDI
TION, and a newspaper of this size,
given away to our visitors, will be
splendid evidence of Honolulu's stat
us as a modem, up-to-date American
The contents will consist of de
scriptive matter regarding what to
see and how to reach it in Honolulu,
at Pearl Harbor, down the railroad,
around Oahu, the trip to the Volcano,
and other-Island tours.
A Cross-Roads Mao of the Paciflo,
outline mans of the Islands, our "ov
ulation, and all the vital facts that
will be of lasting interest to the
20,000 men from across the sea and
their friends at home.
P0R THE BEST FRUIT
place your order with ns.
Island 3ruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
goes twice as well with a pot
BOSTON PORK and BEANS
and BROWN BREAD.
Made every Wednesday and
Alexander Young Cafe
ARRIVES IN CUSTODY
"Captain Statlsco" And
Alas for the Hoitmaiiltn nobility? A
Fclim of n nohlo line In distress, ill re
und hnpuless, put Into port this morn
ing alumni thu Aorangi, with his trav
eling companion, an English gentle
man. Ho asks for the. Krenth consul
und Is given Into the custody of a
burly quartermaster. He claims the
right tu n first cabin, nnd Is Immured
In the steerage. AIbb!
The trouble Is, ho and his compan
Ion nro stowaways.
Captain Statlsco he Is, and Is ac
companied on a world tour by Mr.
Torres, an Kngllshmau. At Suva, tho
finances of the concern gave out, and,
ks the next cable from homo with a
check, was expected at Honolulu,
what was ho to do but stow away, nnd
pay on arrival hero.
Hut the hnrd-hcarlcd ship's officers
nboard tho Aorangi look another vIcm
of It. A few hourb out, the Impecun
ious gentlemen presented themselves
to the steward, explaining that t'-ey
wanted a first cabin. Instead, they
wero taken into durance l!e, nnd
And, now, nn no mom-v awaited
them nt thin port, they will piobahly
go to Jail nt Vancouver, ltmu (.ration
Inspectors will not allow Iho into lain1
How nro tho might fallen'
Their baggago was on homd, some
(Continued on Page 3)
Bulletin Contest Winner
Petor Parr Zane, who Is well
hno.vn locally under the mimo of Ah
I'arr. Is now old enough to vote, und
tho fact that he was able to do so
In spite ot tho Chiucso blood which
flows In his veins, has caused some
wonderment In Chicago, whore tho
(iung gentleman deposited his flrrt
Ah I'arr left tho Islands about four
Sears ngo nnd went to tho mntuland
to complete hln education. Prior to
that he did 11 great business as a
newsboy, being unusually energetic,
lie won the first prize In one of tho
lliht II u 1 I 0 1 1 11 contests and by
haul work and ability easily ranked
as the Napoleon of Hawaiian news
Regarding Ah Karr's vote tho Chi
(Continued on Page 2)
You Try It!
Our Soua 1'ountain is pop-
ulai' with everyone who has 1
That's why we want '
,Y0U to try it, too.
Hollister Drug Co.,
We have included College Hills in
aur parcels delivery route. Our wa
Kon leaves town for Wafldki and
College Hills at 10:30 a, m. every
'BISHOP HARRIS IS
WARNED OF PLOT
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 29. Bishop A. M Harris of the Me
thodist Church has been warned that there is a Korean plot to assassi
nate him on account of his favoritism for the Japanese policy in Korea.
Bishop Hams landed in Oakland today.
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FLEET WILL CONNECT WITH FIJI WIRELESS
WASHINGTON. D. C. Anril 29.
The Fleet will be kept in touch through the wireless auxiliary head
quarters at Suva and thence by cable to Washington.
SAILORS ON RAMPAGE
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., April 29. A numtar of sailors from the
Battleshiu Fleet wrecked a restaurant here today as a protest against
a 1 m
MISS REID TO WED EARL DUDLE'S BROTHER
L0N.D0N, England, April 29,
item is engagea to marry John Herbjrt Ward, a brother of Earl Dudley.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 29. JcJian Arnold of California has
been named as American Consul at Amoy, China.
THREE NEW SQUADRONS
SHANGHAI, China, April 29. Three new squadrons arc propose!
for the Chinece navy.
MAY SEfH OFFICE
Suggested As Candidate
For Treasurer Of
Admiral (leorge C. HccMoy, who
hat been laying low for some time
sluco he left tlio lutcr-lslnml service
1 1- In tho hands of his political
friends ns 11 candidate for Count
Tieasuier. Thoto who are speaking
about his candidacy are the Homo
Killers nnd the l.alior party men.
Tho only trouble Is that lleckley H
a Republican, or, nt least, he has
been one. Kiom tho general tone of
tho political talk It seems posslhlo
that his party ninilatlons will ho dis
regarded by tho Labor and Hoinu
Hula parties. Theiu are ut present
very few good men In those parties,
so far as ability and competence ate
Charlie Achl says that he wants
to put good, reliable nnd iihlo men In
oince. He does not want to put men
In olllco who will eventually turn
(Continued on Page 2)
P.O. Box 409. CO.,
No battleship will ston at Fiii.
A daughter of Ambassador Whitclaw ii
N IS CONSUL
Manna, Is to have a park.
This matter was decjded by tho'
(iovcrnor prevlomt to his departure
by the sanction he gnvo to a land ex
change that will enable the public to
obtain tho uso of thu gore nt tho
Juiutlon of tho Mnuoa roads nnd
generally known aa tho Montana
Tlio land exchange was brought
about with the Hakalau plantation
and Involved land required to
straighten out bound.11 leu between
Hakal.iu-nul and Hnkal.tu-lhl. Tho
Manoa land Is now owned In San
Francisco by ... I). (Jrant. nnd a ca
blegram was received shortly after
noon Mating that he will sell tho
This gives .Manoa a public p.itk,
BometHIng thn Impiovement Club of
that tprtlou has long earnestly
Hack up this movement to Improvo
the ctreeis and eldcwalkc.
This "Diamond' Ho. 321
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built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a heavy shoe
It never skuffs, like the
kid, and it is strong and com
fortable, a very popular shoe
with those who are looking
for shoe value and wearing
quality in n heavy shoe.
We solicit and attend
promptly to all Island orders.