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VOL. X. No. 4162.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Rubber Men Holding Convention
ANOTHER GRAFT WITNESS SUICIDES
Rubber Culture Is
Discussion of Hie proton t Btutua r,f
(tic miliar Industry mid the reading
(.( papers on rubber culture took up
the cnthe morning session ot Mio
ifivvullan Rubber Growers' Associa
tion convention todaj. lly Hpcclnl
vote, tin' election (it officers for tlio
coming year vvns postponed until this
afteriioin, that there might lie nmpla
opportunity fur the discussion of the
ltnlpli 8. Hosiner, Tenltorlnl Su
pcilnteiideut ot roreitry, read an In-
I. r.iutltin1 tifi.1 l.iutrin.f It. .. iiatint- nil
.Vila...... ...- iii..ii...t ''v. i
the "Harvesting of Rubber In llu-
wiill," his treatise being nn outline
of the cooperative experiment work
which Iiiih been done.
The piper fi.no a concise dcscilp
Hon of Just what lias been accom
plished mid called attention to what
It will be neci-tsar to accomplish
liefoie the rubber industry can lie
III inly established as one of the great
Industries of tho Territory.
llosniei'H paper was, in part, an
"lly way of preface. It may be 10
rallrd that in the summer of 190G
during nn examination of the plant
ed finest at I.lhue, Kauai, made by
C. S. .lucid, then nn agent of the Di
vision of Torcstr), there was brought
to public attention the existence of
two groves of Ccara lubber trees at
I.lhue and at Koloa. Kauai. As the
ttees were large enough to bo tap
ped ilheso gloves piesentcd nn oppor
tunity for securing data us to meth
ods of tapping and other facts and
figures of value to the rubber Indus
try. Accoidlngly, arrangements wcro
at unco made with both the I.lluiu
and the Koloa Plantation Companies
to permit sstcnintlc tapping tests to
"At (list it una planned that tho
Division of Porcstry should enrry on
the work, but ns the Hawaii Exper
iment Station had a man available,
which the Division ot l'oreatry then
did not. It was decided by the lloaid
that it was best that the Experiment
Station undertake the investigation.
The Held work was can led on by Q.
(J. Uiadford under tho direction and
supervision of Jnrcd G. Smith, then
Director of tho Station, and much
valuable Information was collected.
.Necessarily one investigator
woil.tng with only limited means
cannot bo expected to nnswci all the
questions that urlse In so largo a
Held us is the study of rubber pro
ductlou lu Hawaii. At the begin
nlng of this Inst summer it becamo
apparent that furthei study on tho
ground was urgently required, par
ticular!) In the way of getting to.
gether exact figures on tho cost of
tapping the trees and attending to
tho other details nccossary in truns
foimlng tho latex into n marketable
"To meet this need I proposed to
Dr. H. V.'llcox, the present Direct
or of tho Hawaii Experiment Sta
tion, soon after his nrrlval In Ha
waii, In July Inst, that such an in
vestigation bo undertaken jointly by
his Station nnd by tho Division of
Forestrj ; tho Experiment Station to
(Continued on Page 3)
Rumor Says That Man
Is On His Way
It Is understood that n special ar
chitect f I om Washington is on Ills
way hero to diavv up plans for tho
now Federal building on the Mnhukn
site. Who the man Is or when ho
will nrrive is not known definitely,
but It Is said that hu has written
down hero to engage u house duilii'r
the time lio will be In this city.
It Is probable that the man who
comes to design mid draw up plans
for tho now building will remain
hero consldcinble time In older that
his plant will embrace the best and
most suitable architectural features.
United States District Attorney Dic
kons has henrn the minor that thu j
designer Is on his way, hut he has
no definite Knowledge.
HELD TOMORROW AT
'I he local Chinese Consulate has
icteived a cablegram from the Mill- ,
Istei ul Washington that everjtliln:;
Is quiet at I'ekln. The message orlg
Inated fioni Wnl Wu llu, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, nt i'ekln Mccmori il
services will be held at tho local Con- i
suute nt 11 a. in November 21, fort
the Emperor nnd Empress Downgor
KOKI TAKES CAKE
OF SICK NIECE
BY RUBBER GROWERS
Would Have Shingle
As Campbell Trustee
The death ot Mrs. Abigail K Camp
he'll Parker has left a vacancj on the
Hoard of Trustees or tho estate of tho
late James Campbell, mid, alleging
that Jos O. Carter, by reason ot his
udvanccd ago and other Infirmities,
tnnnut properly manage tho estate, and
that Cecil Brown, tho third trustee. Is
now on tho continent of Europe, Abi
gail K. Kawnnanakoa and the other
beneficiaries under tho will of James
Campboll deceased, havo brought suit
to havo Itobcit W. Shlnglo appointed
in place of tho lato Mrs. Campbell
I'arker ns ono of tho trustees. Tho
suit Is called that ot Abigail K. Kawn
nannkoa and tho beneficiaries and leg
alecs undor tho will v. J. O. Carter,
Tho Elder, nnd Cecil Brown, trustees.
Tho bcuellclaries allege that thero
Is an urgent necessity foi another trtia
too to be appointed by the Court ii
this time, to taku tho placo of Mrs.
Campbell Parker, as largo hums of
money aio constantly being received
nnd dlsbiuscd from tho estate, and a
skilful business man Is needed to han
dle these affairs.
Tho value of the estate, It Is said, Is
about $2,203,000. Tho plaintiffs iu tho
nilt Just brought statu that notwith
standing the death ot Mrs. Campbell
Parker, tho other trustees have mado
no niovo to agreo on n third party to
nianago tho many affairs of the estate,
(Continued on Paga 4)
Our Pajamas are light, strong, and serviceable.
And they have a comfortable feeling that people like.
We have then in all the best grades of Madras,
Flannel, Mercerized Cotton, Etc.
Our Star, Wilion Bros, and Cluett Shirts, the Big
Six in Shirtdom, are the handsomest of all our Holiday
Goods, Why not git yourself some of theml
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
MORITO KEIZO MAY
HANG OiVNOV. 27TH
Latest Reprieve Granted
Gave Him Until
Moitto Kclzo, whose appeal to the
Supreme Court of the United States
waj recently deelded against him, Is
sentenced to limit; on the 27th ot
this month. Ho has been granted le
prieves from time to time since sen
tence was llrat passed on him, and It
is piobable that he will be granted
another teprlevc until tho legal doc
uments continuing tho decision of
the U. S. Supremo Court have arilved
High Sheriff Henry stated tlilJ
morning that ho had Informed Mo
lito ot tho Import of tho cablegrams
iccelvcd hj tho papers recently, nnd
he savs that the condemned man ap
pears sadder than before, although
lie did not show any visible emotion
when the news was broxen to him.
Wo aro pleased to amioiinco to our
riimerous customers nnd thu general
public, that wu havo secured thu ser
vices of JIADAMi: JOSEPHINE, who
now has complete management of our
millinery department. All orders will
rocclvo our prompt and careful atten
tion nnd at lowest posslblo prices,
Your pntronngo solicited, Isoshlma,
As Head Of The
Dr. I!. C. Wntei house was this nft-
einoou elected president of the Hit
wall Rubber Grovveis Association to
tervu through the coming ear. Oili
er oinccra elected nre II A Baldwin,
vice picsldent; I). C Lindsay, seere
tnrj -treasurer; Hugh Howell, nud
I'rcd. Ii. Wnldron. tiustees.
The names were placed In nomi
nation by a committee which repott
ed Immediately afttr the noon recess,
and nil wcie unanimously elected.
Dr. Wnlerhoiisc t once took thu
rhnlr nnd the business of the conven
tion was continual with.
Tonight nt 7 o clock a dinner will
be given nt Hotel Young. Thoso who
will be present arc: Members H.
C. Brown, II von D.unm, V. I.. Wnl
dron. C. M V burster, It. J. Pratt.
T. T. P. Wiiterhousc. Wm. William
son, It. S. Hosiner, D. Hatighs, II. 1
Dillingham, I, A. Thurston, G. P.
Cooke, Wm W'elnrlch, Geo. II. Kw
art, A. X lliiselden. Dr. A. B. Clark,
John (lulld, T M. Church, B. Smith,
K. A. KnuiUen, C. D, I.ufkln. I P.
Itosccinns, I) C Lindsay, II. A. Wndi
woith, II. Howell, A. Martlnsen, W.
A. Anderson, V . Austin, C O. Ja
cobs, W tl Scott. A. h. Castle. Dr.
Wnterhouse Guests Judge S. B.
Dole, A. W. T. Bottomley. W. O.
Smith, L. T. Peck, H. O. Hall. Dr.
Wllcot. A. Hurtle), It, A. Woodward,
It W. Shingle, II. T. Hnjselden. Mr.
Thorson, H. P Wood, A. II. Clark, Jr.
Famous Case May Be
Continued For This
WIicIcm messages have been le-
cclved by the firm of Kinney, Marx,
Prosser S. Andeison stating that tho
niece of Moses KoKI, whose trial on
a cliuige of embezzling something
over $1000 was set for Monday. Is
very III, and that KoM is taking care
M. I'. Prosior. to whom thu mM-
sages wero directed, consulted with
Judge Dole mid fulled States District
Attorney ilrcckons this morning, mid
unless Kokt's niece Improves In her
health, the trial will not proceed nn
Monday. Tho girl was a witness In
tho former trial ot KoM on another
count In the indictment, nnd It Is
probable that she will have to tea
tlfy again. She is now suffering
fiom nn attack of t)phold fever.
WOOD REPORTS ON
Tho caso of Xakamnto, the Japan
ese who Is alleged to havo killed his
wlfo at tho usldcnco of Dr. Sunfoid
comu time ago, camo up In tho police
court this morning, but was continued
until November 25.
ISLAND FRUITS AS HOLIDAY
Why not? Can you conoeive of
anything nicer to send your relatives
or friends for the holidays? Leave
your order with us and it will have
prompt and careful attention.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. KINO. PHONE 15.
WE ACT as Executors of
Wills. It is our special
business, and no indi
vidual can be in a posi
tion to do it so well as we.
There is absolutely no chance of
our failing to carry out every item
as it was intended to be carried out.
Let us sea you about your will.
We make it out in proper form free.
023 FORT ST.
David Lelco, the iiackdrlvcr, was
arrested this afternoon on a charge of
IN I0REIQN FORTS
Thursday, November 19.
SAN THANCISCO Arrived Nov. ID:
A.-H. S. S, .Mexican, 11 n. m, from
llllo, Nov. 11.
THU AHIZONAN of tho American
Hawaiian line loaves San Francisco
Saturday, November 21st. for this iort.
Sho will arrive November 28th, with
general cargo for local merchants.
-1L1"....! II ' '
Encouraging Letters Are
Secretary Wood has prepired the
following rert wheh no will submit
to the Promotion Committee at Its
meeting this afternoon:
It Is very pleasing to nolo that our
Miggchtlun as to marklug tho opening
of Pearl Harbor by a general celebra
tion has been taken up ny tho Cham
ber of Commerce. Tho endorsement of
the plan by tho npiiolntmcnt of a cum
mlttee at veitrr' 'q meeting of that
representative oirfuiilzj i i ciisuiob
the carrying out of thu project Pur
mal notice of tho Intended celebration
(Continued on Page 8)
To all parts of the city promptly and
carefully made. Expert handlers of
Gold Tip Ideal 8moka
10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Lot Qatoi, Cal., Pacific Coast Agents.
If not at dealers we will tend by
mail to any address upon receipt of
Drag Co., Ltd.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif,, Nov. 10. John Krausc, a fugitive witness
in the Halsey bribery case, committed suicide on board the steamship
Adriatic at Quccnstown.
m i mt i m
New Chinese Emperor
Appeals To President
PEK1N, China, Nov. 10. The Emccror his sisned a letter to bo
sent to President Roosevelt appealing for sympathy and aid for the new
Schmitz May Lose
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 19. Dingee, one of the sureties on
the bond of ex-Mayor Schmitz, is reported to lie in finnncial troubles. He
has been cited to appear before court to be examined as to his qualifica
tions to remain as a bondsman.
m i m i
Haas Inquest Begun
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 10. The inouest of the coroner ex.
amininc into the death of Haas, the saloon-keeper who shot Hcncy and
afterwards committed suicide in jail, has begun.
Jrormcr supervisor Oaiiaghcr is being cross-examined today.
NEW SAN PEDRO LINE
I0S ANOELES, Calif., Nov. 10. A new line of steamships will be '
placed in operation between San Pedro and San Salvador next spring.
Pearl Harbor Fete
TRY OUR FINE
Combination Lunch and
Phone in advance for reserved tables.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDO.)
That the opening of I'enrl Harbor
will liu ninde thu (iu anion of a great
celobrntlou hcems assured. I'ursu
nut to n lecommendntlon mado by
President James I Morgan of thu
Honolulu Chamber ot Cbmmcrco In
n letter, thu trustees of time organi
zation jesterday voted to give the
project their suppurt. I
President Morgan's letter, contnln-1
Ing tho suggestion concerning tho
celebration, wns read In open meet
ing by Secretary Wood. On motion,
It was referred to the trustees ns a
special committee with instructions
to report back to tho Chamber nt tho
Tho nature of tho celebration wn
not discussed, except superficially. It
Is likely that an offort will be m.ulu
to serine a nnvnl demonstration for
tho occasion, however. Tho mora
mlniito details will ho taken up ami
considered carefully nt n later date,
prob.ihly nfter the entire Chamber
luiB bad nn opportunity to act on tho
In his letter, President Morgan, who
Is now In San Prnnclsco, states that
ho has been endeavoring to secure tho
Scent postal rato to tho HrltlBh Isles
fur Hawaii Hu does not express him
self ns being at all confident or suc
cess, hovvuver Hu expresses his bu
llet, how over, that tho next Congress
(Continued, on Page I)
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