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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 9, 1908. 10 PAGES.
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HAWAII TO HAVE IMMENSE
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Record Year For
At nn executive meeting (if the newly elected board of-ill-
lectois ut the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association JIiIh ntloi-
iiDim, tlia following officers wcra electetl for the coming eur:
H. M. H.imon, president; V. (1. Irwin. lce picsldcnt; V. O.
Smith, secretary nnd treasurer; It. 1). Menil, assistant seeietury;
(!un. II. Robertson, auditor. jj
The relntlvo neilts of Iho stripping
and burning of cnuo In imlcr In del.
tin) paiasltes were discussed nt
length at n kcsbIoii of the Planters this
nf lei noon. No dt'lliiltu nellon wns tak
in mid the question was left an open
Tho leport or the Experiment Sta
Hon C'nmniltteo was wad h .1 1'.
Cooke. In the report. Mr. Cool.e told
of what the eMieilment station ImH
accomplished dining the past yo.ir,
tint experiments which wcie made,
nnd results attained.
The cxpeitlienta were treated under
union headings, particular utress he
lug laid on the. expel liniKltH which
were made v. Ilh various hvbrlds.
The d.ingei of condemning an c.ino
from data Kiilnod fimit experiments
on a small HO.ile wax touched upon.
That thu sugar eiop for tho season
eiulliiK Sept. :it). 190S, sots n new
ni.uk in the Hawaiian sugar Indus-
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Teachers' saint tes will rocelvo n
Btllmlaiillal boost during tlio year, If
tlie plans or Supeilnlendont Uabbllt
do not bo awry. Tills will bo welcome
ikiwb all oer tho Torrlloiy, for tho
pedaKOKiies and pedaKOKiieases of the,
Islands weio forced to take n tlnee
per cent cut-in wnKes durliiB tho past
Superlulendent U.ibbltt will ask tho
next I.cnlslatuio for an npptoprlatlon
of between J735.000 and $750,1)00 .for
tenrhcra salaries nlono He asked tho
laRt I.oRlsIatmo for an nppioprlatlon
of about $7!!fl,C0Q for teicheis' sahules
for 11)07 and 1U0S, nnd was glen tho
hum of $7(10,000. This has piou-n It
self lo bo Inadequate), not only In tho
fact tliut tho instructor havo m my
of them been underpaid but also Hint
It has been found almost Impossible
to secure cnp.iblo new teachers at tho
wages offtied. This worked a hard
nlilp on tho whole departmeut.
If new school buildings lire con
- Ftructed, ns planned. It will ho nlno
lutely nicessary that iiiuro toathcis
ho unkaKidl iilthough this Is hardly
tho reason why Mr. Dabbttt will usk
for nn Increase In tho tuachlUR nppio
prlatlpn. There uio many Insttucturs
In tlii outblilu illstrlcls who mo at
pierent teaching notwithstanding tho
f.iit (hat thoy have no ceitillcateu.
With n larger nppioprlatlon, Mr, Hah
hilt would put teachers with ceitlf
Iciitct; In their places, and higher sal
mlus would cousciMicntly liao lo ho
In 1S09 tho cost per cniltn for
Wilson Bros., Cluett, Star
The THREE LEADERS among men of fashion in dress.
Your size is heie in any style and pattern a Shirt tliat
will last well and look well every day it lasts.
See them in our windows.
The Kash Co.
S. M. DAMON
President Hawaiian Sugar Planters'
bchools, not Ineludlng tho construction
of ImllillnRH, was $33.18. and up until
1D05 thu same approximate average
was maintained, In 1903 tho teach
ers wero subjected to im .enormous
cut. and tho cost per capita was down
to $22.12. In 1907 tho cut was made
Btlll worse and tho cost per capita
wok reduced to $20,41. In 1008, how
ever, thero was sumclent of tho appro
priation on hand to warrant a raise,
and tho cost per cnplla lips been av
eraged nt about $25.10. It Is still
true, however, that theio uro many
underpaid teachers, and to offset this
Mr. Unbuilt will ask for a largo appro
priation fiom tho next legislature.
Spoilsmen and others who require a
high cut waterproof boot will find tho
Ilegal Alp Uoot to be Just tho rlRht
thing. 11, 13, 11, 15M, mid 17 Inches
high, Ilegal Shoo Store, McCaudlcss
TWO HUGE SCHOOL
Concrete Structure To
Cost $25,000 At
Itancpcpo, Kauai, mid Hllo, Huwnll,
IIUl J Hill U inw ' nu in i hc-Di, o"uu'
bntldliiB I" the Territory with-
In (ho next two yearn If tho plains'
which are now being formed by Super-i
Mntendcul of l'uhllc Instruction
hilt are carried Into effect. Tho lat
Legislature gave tho Department of
Education nn npprnprlntlon of $12,ti00
to hulld a schoolhousu at Hanapepe,
I hut when some of this money had
been Hpent It wax found that the ap
propriation vouhl not lie nearly largo
enough to build the structure that Is
needed t lit re,
$25,000 Concrete Structure.
What Ik tentatively planned In a
concrete structure .large enough to nc -
commoiiuto anout &uu pupus. uu
Juno 1st of this year thero wero 330.llnl,aj v.Ith tho trial.
pupim ai mo scnoui, ami uio iJcceniuer
enrollment nlwnjs Ilgure3 up larger
than that of June. Uesldes this, tho
number of pupils Is constantly Increas-'
n K. Mr. llnbhltt will piolmbly nsk
ho Legislature for nn npprnpilatlou
or between $25,000 and $30,000 with
which n magnificent school building
may bo built nt Hanapepe .
Huge Building at Hllo.
A lingo school building is also plan
ned to tnko tho ptaco of the Union atid
nivcrsido Schools nt Hllo. At pres
ent thero aro 527 pupils In the two
schools, nnd to have a building that
will nccommodato them all, a larger
structure than any In, tho Territory
will huvo to bo built. The size of tho
new proposed building can ho estl.
mated by a comparison with tho Mc
Klnley High School here, which will
be small as compared with tho new
one on Hawaii. There aro nt present
but 200 pupils attending the McKlnloy
Tho leaders or tho Republican paity
uro making arrangements for a great
ratification meeting to tako pluco at
Aalii Park next Saturday evening for
tho purpose of celebrating tho victory
which wns won ut tho polls after such
a hard battle.
Among tho speakofH will bo many
nr the novvly elected county odlcers
and members or the coming Legisla
ture, nnd their speeches will be ot un
usual Interest, as they will In a great
measure dwell on tho policies which
It is Intended to pursue. Tho names
or tho speakers and or tho chairman
or tho meeting will bo given out later,
complete arrangements not having
jut been made.
Tho ovent will bo enlivened with
music and other features.
CATJjCART IS ILL
County Attorney John W. Cathcart
Is confined to his homo by illness, and
tho attending physician has Btuted that
he will not bo ublo to attend to his
business until noxt Thursday, at tho
voiy earliest. On this account, a fow
cases which wero set for this morning
botoio Jndgo Itoblnsnn, wero put over.
A company of responsible
men who are experts in law,
real estate values and invest
ments; who are answerable to
the law and subject to regu
lar official examination, or
An individual who, through
absence, death, inability, or
dishonesty, may entirely fail
to properly administer your
Which would YOU choose!
083 FORT ST.
BREAKS ALL RECORDS
Governor Fiear has wired Attor
ney General Hemennay to remain In
waslilnuton to try
Hali-lPnillg i i jjcCu
' tiff In" tlie'ao btiltB a
the famous l.auai
McCarlilless Is the plain
tiff in theso stilts and former Governor
George It. Carter Is the defendant.
The cases lnntn l.anal land trans
actions to the amount of $133,000.
The I.nnat cases aru set for trial be
fore the Supremo Court of I he United
States for December 21. Mr. Hemen
way had Intended leturnlng to Ha
waii bcfuio these cases enmo up, ns
ho will lmo finished all his other bus-
Iness theio long before theso caces
However Governor F"rear
him to icmalii and go
TWO KILLED AND
ONE INJURED IN
(Special nil lie tin Wireless)
Watlukn, Nov , A plantation
railroad car carrying workmen
from Camp Threo at I'uunono
went off the track this morning.
Kekcniau and NaJIma wore
killed, nnd Team t.unn Arthur 4
Allen was serluusly Injured. -f
Tho final accounts of Edwuid O.
Dulsenberg, Virginia II. Iscnberg, and
Ilichard M. Iscnberg, executors of tho
estate or Ilenr.v Alexander Iscnberg,
weio tiled In the Circuit Court this
morning. Henry A, Isenberg hud bis
private resilience in what Is now
known as tho "I'leasanton" hotel.
Tho cstnto Is mado up of Blocks in
various local concerns In tho main,
with largo holdings In Hackteld & Co.
Tho executors usk that they bo' dis
charged and that the estate be divid
ed up under tho terms of tho will.
Tho total receipts, ns given In tho
accounts, aro $214,327.43, while the
disbursements wero $04,905.33, Icav
lug a balance on hand of $148,422.10.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 9.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 4.15
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 2 l-4d.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOB SHIP.
PINS leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE II.
Gold Tip Idtil 8moke
10 to Paeko 25 Cent'.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Loi Clatos, Cal Pacific Coast Agent.
If not at dealer we will tend by
mall te any addret upon receipt f
Chairs, Rookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
BIRTHDAY OF KING
Many Olficials Attend
This Is the birthday of His Majes
ty, King Edward VII. of England,
and Itnlph G E. Torstcr, the Uritlsh
Consul, held a reception this fore
noon at the Consulate on King street
In honor of tho occasion. Tho Con
sul was utttred In uniform and was
assisted In receiving by Vice Consul
At 8 o'clock this morning the Ililt
ish Hag was holsteiL Promptly ut
11 o'clock the Urltish national nil
them was played by tho Hawaiian
bund, which was statloued under the
shade of trees In tho yard. Over tho
entrance to tho reception room, the
Uritlsh Hag was draped. Consul
Korster nnd Vice Consul Davles re
ceived tho guests ns they arrived.
Light rcficshtnents were served and
toiigrntutntlons wero received by tho
representatives ot tho Uritlsh Em
pire. The consuls ot foreign powers com
menced to arrive at 11:30 o'clock,
federal and Territorial officials nnd
prominent men also called to nay
their respects. At about 12 'o'clock
Captain Corwln Hecs and Lieut. Com
mander Moses ot the United States
Naval Stntlon arrived In an automo
bile. They' were followed by Gov
ernor Waltor V. Frear. All the dis
tinguished guests were pleasantly en
tertained. The health of King Ed
ward wns proposed and drunk with
hearty congratulations before tho
guests left the Consulate.
Among those who cqlled were Gov
ernor Wnltcr K. Frear, ex-Governor
A. S. Cleghorn, Japancso Consul Gen
eral Uycno, Gcorgo Rodlek, Consul
for Germany and Norwny; II. M. von
Holt, Consul for the Netherlands;
llruco Cartwrlght, Consul for Peru;
French Oonsut Mcnaut; Robert F.
Lange, Consul fo, Ilels'u"i: Chinese
Consul Tang- Shaou Yl; F. A. Bchaef
cr. Consul for Italy; Count Canavar
ro. Consul General for Portugal;
Chief Justlco A. S. Hartwell; Judgo
Alex. Lindsay ot tho Circuit Court;
Judgo S. D. Kingsbury, Dr. C. 11. Coo
per, Dr. Victor Collins, Gcorgo R.
Kwnrt, L. G, Illackmnn, Gordon Us
borne, Ernest 11. Wodchouse, Allan
W. T. llottomley, Hon. 8. M. Damon,
Fred. L. Waldron, J. II. "Waldron,
Captain Corwln Hoes, U. S. N.; Lt.
Comdr Moses, U. S. N.; Rev. Dr.
Scudder. Rov. F. Fill, M. M. Scott, R.
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cure colds and grippe is a few
days, safely aid permanently.
Delivered anywhere en election nifhl
as soon as received.
IIUW AI I dSlECU
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 0. A board of Army officers hns been
detailed by the War Department to select n site at Honolulu for the new
barracks which are to be erected there.
The garrison in the Hawaiian Islands is to consist of a lcgiment of
infantry, a regiment of field artillery, two squadrons of cavalry, a com
pany of engineers, a detachment of the Signal, Corps and of the Hospital
This means six batteries of gun ners, etch composed of 131 men,
twelve companies of artillery, each numbering loo men, ami eight tnuip.i
ot cavalry. In addition there will he .ibfiiit 100 eugliu-eis and the same
number of Blgnnl corps men.
With tho advent ot the augmented garrison, Honolulu will be ouo
ot the strongest garrisoned places In the fulled Stntes..
The total garrison at San rr.iuclsco Is less than that which It Ij
planned to lointo here permanently, nnd the detail nt two full regi
ments ot Infantry and field nrtllUry, nnd of the Hospital nnd Signal
Corps, will menu that this city must henceforth he (onsldcred one of
tho most Important stations us far ns the mlllt.iiy establishments of the
United Stales Is concerned. Capt Castner, or tho Hngluecr Corps, will
make Immediate provision tor thu accommodation or the cnvaliy.
m mi i m
G0MPERS OPENS LABOR CONVENTION
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 9. Samuel Gonipcrs, president of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor, openedXi:
MORGAN SHOT BY CRAZY STENOGRAPHER
NEW YORK CITY, KJY Nov. 9. Postmaster Morgan was shot
this morning by H. F. Mackey, a stenographer. It is not believed that
Morgan's injuries will prove fatal. It is supnoscd that Mackay was de
mented when he committed teh act. He committed suicide immediately
after the shooting.
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EX-SENATOR SHOT IN DUEL
.NASHVILLE, Tcnn., Nor. 9. Former Senator Cnrmaek wns killed
here today bv Duncan Cooper and R obin Ccoper in a triangular street
duel. A political argument led to the shootinc
May Be Organized
Band of Smneclers
That A. Sllvn, bettor known to tho
spotting fraternity ns the prize
fighter, "The Punchbowl Demon," Is
tho head of an organized band ot
smugglers which has been bringing
liquor into tho Territory without tho
consent of Undo Sam, and that n
regular "fence," or place whero tho
smuggled wet-goods Undisposed of, Is
here, Is tho 'belief of tho United
States pustoms officials, who havo
been looking with an eye ot suspi
cion on certain operations of tho
"Punchbowl Demon" and his Portu
guese followers for tho past week,
Sllva, with sCvcial others, wero
caught with a live-gallon demijohn
of a peculiar liquor Inst Saturday af
ternoon by Night Inspector R. S
Sllva and another Portuguese aro
If you are going to wear white, you
will need a White Shoe, and we havo
ajdandy new one we know will plcaso
WHITE BUCKSKIN with perforat
ed tip, made with medium narrow
toe. Blucher cut.
A HANDSOME, NOBBY SHOE.
Ask to see No. 520. Price $5.00,
national convention of the Federa
alleged to havo douo the nctlvo work
In getting the liquor oft tho liner
Asia, but tho story of the two doea
not tally, Joe Kodrlgucs, who was
arrested with tho hoozo In his pos
session, or, rather, In his small boat,
eays that while ho was engiged In
tho peaceful occupation ot soiling "da
hnnnu" to tho Chlneso on tho ship,
Sllv.i frightened and forced him Into
letting tho demijohn down fiom thu
side of tho Asia Into tho smaller boat,
tolling him to bring It up to tho Inter-Island
dock Sllva denied all
this In tho preliminary hearing be
foro U. S, Commissioner .A. P. Judd
nnd U. R. Attorney lircckons this
morning, Jmt his story was muddled
mid had a fishy appearance.
Dick Young, tho Customs Inspect-
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