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VOL. X. NO. 4104
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1908-14 PAGES
LOCAL STEAMSHIP SCHEME GAINS IN FORCE
REPUBLICAN PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION
Alexander & Baldwin
Go To Matson Line
CONTRACT CLOSED MAY
The commlciton house of Alexander
&. Baldwin has signed a contract
whereby after the first of the year all
Its freight between Island ports and
the Coast will be handled by the Mat
son Navigation Company.
This contract, the confirmation of
which was received In the mall of Fri
day forenoon, Is one of the most Im
portant and may have more far-reaching
results bearing on the transporta
tion facilities of the Islands than any
that has been made In years.
It menus that tlio sugar of tlio
Alexamlei & llnldwlti iiliintiitluiiH
that goes to tlio Pacific Coast will
Iju tarried In the steamers of tlio
MntBon Navigation Company, and all
tlio return freights from San rrnn
clsco mid the Pugct Sound porta will
bo carried by tlio same transporta
Tlio announcement of tlio addition
of tlio steamer Pleiades to the Mnt
bun lino was a dliort result of this
xiutrnct and enables tlio Matson peo
ple, to cany out tlio "three-cornered
prvls)" frii.n Honolulu anil Kahulul
to San. Frauclsro, Ptigct Sound, nnd
back to Honolulu.
Tlio Matson steamers will call nt
Kahulul every eighteen dajB and tlio
Matson lino will nlso haul tlio Maka
wt'll plantation sugars from Kami.
Discusses U.8. Office
"Did ou over seo a really good,
lhe, beehive?" was tho Yankeo an
swer that Land Commissioner Frntt
bad for the Question that was put to
lilm with regard to the manner In
which land matteis nro handled In
tho main office In Washington. Mr.
Piatt was down nt his oflleo bright
nnd early this morning, sotting out
the vast amount of data that ho
In ought with him from tho Capital
City and with which ho thinks that
ho will bo ulilo to bring about somo
changes for tho better In local land
1 BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS
MOTHERS have been calling for them
for several weeks and we are now
ready to supply the demand.
Made of fine blue serges in the natty
Norfolk styles with pleats and belts.
The most becoming suits young boys can
Prices $7.50 and $8.50
Jt CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. 1
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MEAN MUCH TO FURTHER TRANSPORTATION
IIow fat leaching this change In
thu handling of tlio "A & 11" frelghtB
may lie, Is hard to toll, but tlioio tiro
mail) who believe that it Is one. of
' tlio JlrBt stops toward a locally owned
tleet of vessels that will handle, tlio
I freight of the Islands nnd tarry pas
sengers. I The Alexander &. Ilaldwln freights
,hao been rairlod by tlio American-
I Hawaiian line tilueo that prosperous
company started, anil as thero Is
nothing said of any complaint
iigaluit the sen Ice of tills linn tlio
Mipposltlon Is that tlio transfer to
tlio Matson lino is inspired to soma
extent nt least by tlio ngitatlon for
'passenger accommodations In con
nection with tlio freight business ot
I the Islands. Should the Matson com
pany develop Into n locally tontroled
(ltno there is little, doubt that tlio
passenger feature wjll bo mndo a spe
cialty, tlio results with tlio Hilonlan
and Lurllno having shown that n
slow and comfoi table boat'ls, popular.
Consequently u larger and nioro
elaborate ship is certain to meet -with
I This new arrangement has no con
nection with tlio contrnct tlio American-Hawaiian
lino has with tlio Su-
conditions, nnd ho was also getting
Lack again Into tho routine of his
"Tho Land Oflleo at Washington
resembles nothing so much as a bee
hlo. rrom nlno until four oory em
plovo in tho big building is on tho
jump. Thero uio no loafers there, tho
loafer soon finds that ha has gotten
Into tlio wrong part of the city, nnd
'n man who literally, almost, oats
work Is found to nil his placo.
I ' Tho four story building, w lib baso'
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n.mMl" PI"'" H'a
gni Factors Compiny for tlio trans
portation of thu gieat bulk of tlio
stigais of thtt Islands that go by way
of the Tehuantepec route. That con
duct Iuib two J cars moro to run. The
fact, however, of the Matson com
pany taking nn nggresslve position
in bidding for tlio carrjlng trado of
tlio Islands mny lcelop into some
fi.n. .f ...... tin, KIm trf fltn Amnrt
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cin-Hawnllnn when tlio tinio arrives I
for signing the new continct.
The service which tlio American
Hawaiian has given this )car In haul
ing sugar has been tlio best Hawaii
lias ever known. Tlio cargoes huvo
been taken away promptly nnd land
ed ut destination In the shortest time
This now move of tho Matson
Company, with which tho Castle &
Cooke interests aio allied, causes
somo of the, wiseacres to predict that
the not fur distant future, will see n
company for transportation that will
he nn alliance of Castle Cooke,
Ilrowor & Co , Aloxandcr & Ilaldwln,
and tho Inter-Islnnd Steam Naviga
tion Compnny. This will mean a
tremendous advantage in the way of
freights nt tho outset and tlio pas
senger fcaturo of tho trade will not
bo mado sccondaiy.
At a meeting held early this week,
tho association which Iiub charge of
funds subscribed for tho erection of
a children's hospital, chose a board
of directors and fixed on n probable
slto, on Kuaklnl sticct.
The directors chosen nt this meet
ing were A. S. Wilcox. S. U. Dole. B.
A. Mott-Smlth. W. 0. Smith. J. l
Morgan, and A. Oartley.
Tho piobablo site of tho hospital
lias been fixed on as Kuaklnl street,
though this Is not dellnitoly dotcr-
mlncd, and other locations have been
(Continued on Page 2)
A Will is
It prevents waste when
an estate is being settled
up. The smaller the es
tate the less it can afford
We make wills in proper
legal form without charge,
no matter how little prop
erty you have. Come and
learn the particulars,
a vuuiaiij liiu
vao jcuitr si- Monoiura
A tentatlvo outline of tho Ilepubll
nnti tittitffirm unu ilniuii mi flita fur..
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noon by n gathering ot prominent
memovrs ot inu mpiiuiican patti,
which met at tho olllce of A. 0. M.
hub uruu mil, iuicr wiuicver buk
gestions which may bo mado by thu
delegates from tho other Islands hna
been Included, bo submitted to tlio!
Committee on Platfoim nnd Ilcsnlu-
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nuns, men mil i'u niii'ctru ui nil-
Territorial convention, which meets
at tho Orphciim next .Monday fore
noon. The tcntntlvo platform contains tho
following principal points:
Tho usual endorscnmt of tho Fed
eral and locnl administrations.
, A strong compliment to Dclegato
Kalunlauaolo and his work at Wash
Tho party goes on record as being
unalterably opposed to government by
Tho party favors tho emploment of
citizen labor on roder.il as well as on
Tho party expresses Itself ns op
posed to tho application of tho Fudei
al land laws to this Territory. While
It bclloves In tho prtnclplo of them. It
believes that tho wholesale appllcotlun
thereof to tho Torrltor would bo un
suitable to tho locnl conditions.
Tho party favors an Increased ex
penditure for tho public schools.
Tl platform v 111 .jbil,, contain
an unusually strong plank on tho sub
ject of tho treatment of leprosy, ud-
vocatlng tho establishment ot hospit
als for tho treatment of tho disease, so
that no person will bo condemned to
go to Molokal unless demonstrated to
bo absolutely be) one cure.
Tho party will declaro Itself In fav
or of an Increase In tho pay of mem
bers of the Legislature.
Tho platform favors assisting tho
Tho encouragement of fruit grow
ing and truck farming Is provided for
by the appointment of a commission
which will Investigate tho matter and
Tho platform will provldo for legis
lation permitting the depositing ol
government funds In banks, the pur
poso being to havo tho Territory ben
efit from tho Interest paid thereon.
An appropriation Is recommended
for tho bringing of another congres
slonal party to Hawaii.
Legislation Is provided for to en
nblo tho counties to Issue bonds.
Tho usual .plank for n pension for
tho Queen is Included.
Tho convention will meet at 10
o'clock at tho Orpheum, and Us main
business will bo the selection ot a
candidate for Dclegato, and for this
Delegato Kalnnlaunolo will without tho
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave vour order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Next Shipment, Sept. 16.
Alexander Young Cafe
Note the man at our foun
tain and try one of his concoc
tions, The only expert in
Drug Co., Ltd.
slightest doubt bo chosen; .ind tho
drawing ot a pint form
It Is thu turn of tho Hawaii delega
tion to select tho chairman of ilic con
vention this vcar. Tho ciimiu'ltees
will, ns usual, bo selected bj allowing
each of tho six dlstilcts to select a
member, tho'Chulr appointing tho
J, P. Cooke' stated this iif(oriio"ii
that ho was definite' In the conclusion
not to succeed A. (1. M. Holicitson .is
cli.urii.ti. of I ho Toirl'ir'ai Central
C( mini no. Iluul'its.i r-iiso:iH pic-
v.M cl him from .ueeiliiu It Sen
ator ! ,sett Is spoKci ol a a an occl
li'i, nn to take "10 plice, If ho :'.!
bo Induced to do sj In this cou'icc
tlon attention Is called to tho fact that
tho chairman does not necessarily
havo to bo a member of the conven
tion. Tho date for tho Republican County
convention has boon set for Tuesday,
September 22. Jns F. Morgan has
been much spoken of for chairman if
this convention, but this plan will
fall through, ns Morgan will leave In
tho Alameda next week to go to San
Francisco, where ho will attend tho
Trnns-MlsslsslppI Commercial Con
DANCE AT THE
There will bo a danco at tho Seasido
Hotel tonight. Major McKlnstry and
the officers and cabin passengers of
tho U. S. transport Buford, if sho Is In
port, tlio officers and la'dies of too local
Naval and Army posts, thu guests of
tho several hotels and all patrons of
tho Seaside Hotel nro cordially In
vlted. If the Buford does not arrive
tho dance will bo deferred until she
Considerable excitement was creat
ed In political circles this noon by a
widely circulated tumor to tho effect
that Delegato Kalaulanaolo had called
a meeting of political workers for tho
purposo of getting them to help Lane
in his fight for tho Mayoralty. This
meeting. It wns said, was to tako placo
at Walklkl tomorrow.
Lnno absolutely dented that this was
truo, but In splto of this the rumor
would not down.
Somo of tho Prlnco's friends are try'
Ing to persuade him to kcop out of
tho Mavoralty fight, claiming that lie
will weaken himself with tho Hustaco
and Lucas following If he actively sup
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sent. 11
SUGAR: 98 degree Centrifugals,
us. B i-4d. i-anty, 4.ua cents. Jfre
vious quotation, 9s. 6d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 10,
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9s. 6d,
Parity, 3.99 cents, Previous quota
tion, 9s. 5 l-4d.
J. Hepp & Co.,
18S S. KING STREET.
On the Run
Our Messenger Boys Always on Time
BOMB FOR GOV
SEAGIRT, N. J., Sept. 12. An infernal machine was today mailed
to Governor Fort of New Jersey, who hns been cnforcim; the Sunday
law at the great Atlantic City resort.
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mobile in 57 4-5 seconds. This is a
BERKELEY. Calif.. Sent IP
spoke today in the 'Greek Theater at
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Sent. 12
7 , !'- . H..HVM . ....... ...d IVUUI Ilk
collision with a tug. One manwas killed. The Vfccn was beached.
AUSTRIAN STEAMER IS ASHORE
PATRAS. Greece. Sent. 12. Th'
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ui van; Anpu,
WILL NOT CARRY HOST
LONDON.- Ene-lnnd. Kfnt 12.
Dart of the Protestants it has been diridrvl nnf in ran-v (,. trn. ;., ti,-.
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ADMIRAL MAKES HIS CALL
ALBANY. Queensland. Sent. IS
orm Local Colonies
Ono of tho latest propositions that
the Japanese are trying to do is to
establish a tfapancso colonization com
pnny here. It Is their purpose to
buy lands, build homes, and live In
them. They Intend to reside here
lather than going back to Japan.
Their children will bo educated heto
both In the English nnd Japanese
Fred. K. Mnklno Is the movlnc
spirit of the Jnpancso colonization
company. A certnln tract of land In
the neighborhood of Mnkco Island at
Walklkl Is being Jnpanlzed. Tho Jap
anese nio Imj Ing lands and will with
in u short while build houses to live
Up In Kallhl valley, near Supervi
sor Frank Harvey's placo, another
tract ot land. It Is said, has been re
served for colonization purposes.
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
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world's record for the distance.
T.ru, V Tr.'. 4h. QInK.l- 1,s.1,.
the University of California.
Thn mmlm-it- Vi,m . n,1a.. :,
.:tr!nn elunmpr ninvn it nelmrn
Dunno' in tho l.i(.v nili:..' t..
Admiral Snprn rnll.i . i, n...
One of tho prominent Jnnanesn hn.i
stated that Japanese who make their
money In Hawaii prefer to spend It
hero rather than invest It In Japan.
"Tho profit hero Is greater than
wo could over get In Japan," said ho.
"Slnco tho restriction of Japanese
Immigration. Hawaii Jan.inesn lmn
felt more inclined to remain and
mako money hero. Thoso who nro
already hero cannot go to tho maln-
innu. this is an tho more agreeable
to tho planters and tho Japancsu
"Tho now Japanese bank, when
started, will bo of great Importanco
anil assistance to the locnl Japanese.
With the opening up of these tracts
of land for rolonlzntlon, It Is evi
dent thut schools, stores, nnd church
es will bo built. Jnpancso money
will then begin to circulate frcoly."
Bring your boys and
girls here. We can fit
them. Our stock is the
largest in Honolulu
and embraces every
style and shape that's
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