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UILU' llll Jill U flUIU.oBy property In Japan unless he be-
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Says : Alliance. Amounts
To Nothing: For
OTTAWA, &it Hot. 21.-i"There
U no law for the whIUtnan.ln Japan.
The treaty made betweoaJapari and
Oreat Britain counts .for practically
nothing since .the time of the school
trouble In Ban Francisco."
This strong and dmailng statement
was made by an ox-offlcer of thejllrlt
Ish navy" who has been employed for
some years" aa, d civil engineer 1y the
Japanese' Government, end wbp jhas
Just passed through totality on hl
way home', t J England.
Information which this man has to
give with' regard to (he Indignities
and Inconveniences that he says are
heaped upon'-whtte men In the Mi
kado's kingdom should prove n sur
prise ito those who' have "been accus
tomeiL. of, late, years, at teost, to re
gard the Japanese people" as being
possessed of ..the .most friendly feel'
I lugs toward tiie "people of Great Ilrlt-
I Accunlliie lu Information ho la able
A new' Hawaiian monthly magailne
called the "Lanaklla'" will bo published
arid Issued the first ofvtlie year1.- It Is
edited by O. K. Keawchaku, the cham
pion Hawaiian political Interpreter of
the . Democratic party. The publica
tion', according to the editor, who Is
also the proprietor, will contain much
Interesting, reading matter. The news
of 'the principal Islands of the Terri
tory will bo published brlofly. This
Will Include the political, social, com
mercial' and national matters of Inter
est. . The ancient Hawaiian moles wilt
be published. This will particularly
Interest the Hawaiian, especially, the
old, opes, who are veryfond of meles.
Koawohaktt Is working very hard to
make -this new magazlneioi popular
as he can. He said that-tin Issue will
be similar to that of the "Paradise of
Senator Elklns has Issued i.anothor
denial .that his dninrhtpr Knther'n'" u
to, wed' tho Duko d'-Abruztl. It baa
caused surprlBo In Turin. '
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revived Federal Uulldlng
i contest' developed the
M. -. -fact
fact that few knew Just what
the Irwin or Palace Square
site Included.' Maps were compiled
yesterday iwhlchi show the two sites
und-Ujefr relation to the streets of
the ctty.Jf ' '
' TheJphuk'tt, site IS well under
stood being "in the business etntcr
aJUTpomprlsIng a complete city block.
The Irwjh site -.has not been as well
understood! the 'mat given herewith
shows 'what Is included itx- the sltc.N
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una me iiuimuu vij m, -,,,; wu
!. iln.the Interests of .truth, Attorney
Cooper, stated yesterday In the II u 1 -fetljjti.'s
second .edition that Mr. Ir-win'.-lsitiouttJd
to deliver to 'the Gov
ernment ull the remaining property
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OIlinBU)OCK,VXCVl IIIC UIVIU IIUUW,
at' me, same .rate as ins mnu lur uiu
site I'siDu'rchaled. The Opera House
'is not'ricluded In that part of the
agreement.., It'ils. owned Jointly by
JV,D. "Spreckeui three-fourths and Mr,
,TVe",loVCaJ card vote carried out by
,the; Merchants'" Association Is bring
tup In an .overwhelming jnajorlty for
the"'re'tentlqn',ofvth.e Manuka site nl
'ready.jiufchaBed by the Government.
,' TJw.AfklOso,n ,i Juvenile League
flll opeMlts Reason; at Atkinson Park
wth,n basjbalt gape Sunday after
noon at. 1:36. o'clock. A cup has
been glvn, bX E. O'. Hall & Sons and
W.ll Ue ftwaruei) ljne veum wiuaiut,
the;eer(lv' Ttte Bch?d-U,e f Bamea
(las.nqt een made up yet, and It has
ti.o(, bee ..decldejl .what teams will
play auttuay auernoon.
'far !" Tards at Bulletin.
n iiiiirttrr iirinn in
MAUKCniUt tYAKU id
MESSENGER OF JOY
Santa Claus Piltz Will
Carry Presents To
Santa Claus Plltx will sail, with
his .load "of Christmas cheer for the
Midway hermits, on Saturday morn-
trig next at 10 o'clock. Tho trim lit
tle schooner Klaurence Ward, which
connects the cable company's em-'
ployes. on the ttilny Island with the
rest of the world, will arrive at her
destination Just ubout ten days be
fore the date lawfully.set for the de
scent of Santa Claus, but she will be
none the less welcqrne.
Though tho population 'of the Mid
way Islands Is about the smallest of
that of nny Inhabited spot on tho
globe, the Flaurence Ward will car
ry, according, to present outlook, ten
or moro sacks of mall. The mall will
Include Christmas letters from rela
tives and friends who live In less oul-
of-the-way places, choice dainties
such aa custom demands shall grace
the dinner table on Christmas Day,
and a general assortment of presents
and other remembrances.
In addition there wJJI be n large
assortment of magazines, and other
periodicals, for the cable' company
keeps Its employes as well supplied
.with the best reading matter as It
This trip Is considered, by Captain
I'lllz, the worst In' the year. Storms
pre likely to Interfere with the prog
ress of the little schooner and condi
tions are likely to be pretty uncom
fortable for both officers and crew.
Nevertheless, It Is safe to surmise
that never was the whlta schooner
sighted with greater pleasure by the
castaways than she will be when, n
the morning of tho Kith or 16th, her
gleaming sides' are first detected by
the eager watchers, pn the Island.
The Klaurence Whrd tied, up at the
Oceanic wharf this morning and her
crew began .preparations for the voy
age.? Canvas Is being overhauled and
everything Is being; ma'de1 shipshape
for,'-thevbhttlo w'ltK' tiie atorm-tossed
"The mdil'for Midway wllliclose, at
9 o'clock Saturday morning, and all
who have letters or "other consign
ments for the Midway Islanders' will
liave ,to vdrop them In" the postofflce
before that hour.' '-'-
tCnnHtxnmi fan PM 1)
lectures on Hawaii being given In Mil
waukee, Wisconsin; Troy, New York;
Peoria, Illinois, and Camden, New Jer
Scarcely a mall passes without tno
receipt of one or moro request for-out
news service. By the last mall re-
nuests camo from the publishers of pa-.
Vers lii Dallas. Texas; Santa Barbara,,
Cul.; Now York, ana wincsuargro, r-
i During tho Congressional oason, wej
rill send the. news, sheet to some one,
hundred newspaper correspondents.
whose hcadquartors are In Washington,
Among tho last papers added to our
ll'ist arc'the Nleu'ws van dor Dag voor
Ned, India, and Batavlaasch Nlouws
Llad, published at Batavla,- Java, and
the Scerabajasch Handolsblad and
Ntewg Soerabaju Courant; publlshcdjat
C. S. Hammond and Company, under
date of Nov'ombcr 13th, write that they
have started work on outlast order
for one thousnud copies of tho "Cross
Ilouds of tho Pacific", map nnd, Mil for
ward tho samo at tho earliest possible
Mr. Van Vnlkcnburir. having secured
orders for nlnety-Blx copies of Ham
monds wan Man or tho "world on
Equivalent Projections," tho outgoing
Btcamer will take an order for 100
copies, which, according to agreement.
are. to be overprinted with data retor
ting especially to li;awall, containing as
as thin. data will' appear on alLfuturo
Issues -of "this popular map,, tho now
edition 'should prove of great benefit to
Wo are. In receipt or a letter from a
party In St. Louis, stating that ho Is
planning to como to JIawall with a
plant for making banana flour, banana
coffee, ovaporated bananas, 'etc., and
wishing to know something about tho
banana Industry In Hawaii.
A post card Irom a transcontinental
traveler Is as fellows; "I have Just
seen your ad. In a Santa Fo folder.
tPleuse send something about your Par-
Ldlsc. I know nothing of your part of
tho world, so nothing will come amiss.
I am about to. quit business' and wait
lor tho Inevitable:"
uiu juii'hi acKnowieuginems pi me
ecelnt of the "Cross Roads of tho Pa
cific" map aro from Cairo,, Constanti
nople, Amsterdam and Olbraltar. Wo
have it largo number of requests for
tno. maps which wo will have to re
main unfilled until tho receipt of tho
Acknowledgments oof the receipt, of
the last edition of the folder'llawall,
A Primer," nrp to'' baud fro;n upwards
of one hundred libraries. In a num
ber of Instances, tho librarians' request
additional copies for distribution und
speuk of having secured, roviows of
the publication )n their local papers,
Everybody will have an indenenil,
ent line on the 'automatic telephone
ervice no party linea. Call at Wa.
terhouie Trust Co. and get your name
on ine list tor a pnone.'
WHAT ARMY AND NAVY
FOLK ARE DOING
Captain Fay, commandant of the
Marino encampment, received his
new, commission by the last mall.
Several weeks ago the Captain re
turned from Marc Island Navy Yard,
California, where he went to take
his examination for promotion. Soon
After his return here he received ad
vices to the effof t that he had passed
the examination and that the Com
mandant of the Marine Corps hud
placed tho seal of his approval on
the papers. It was not until yester-
dny, however, that the treasured doc
ument, with the signature of tho
President, arrived and gave Fay thoT
right to the official rank to which his
Important command entitles him.
Capt. Edward A. Stur'gcs, Gth Cav
alry, Is detailed "as a member of' the
board of officers appointed to meet
In the Hawaiian Islands, vice Capt.
Charles C. Walcutt Jr., Gth Cavalry,
relieved. Captain Sturges will pro
ceed to Honolulu by the first avail
able transport. (Nov. 10, W. I).)
Estimates of the Commandant of
tho Marina Corps for the coming fis
cal year Include these amounts: For
barracks, $135,000, and for five sets
of' officers' quarters, $00,000, at Ho
Muor"Samucl W. Dunning, 20lh
Infantry, Fort Shatter, II. T., is des
ignated to make the annual Inspec
tion of the militia of Hawaii Terri
tory. (Oct. 28, D. Cat.)
The Army nnd Navy Journal Is au
thority for the statement that the
mine-laying tug Oeneral Knox Is lu
be located hero permanently.
(Continued from Face 5.)
that prices on their product had In
New York been forced down ubout
forty points under the parity of the
markets of tho world,, the domestic
producors In Louisiana were selling
their sugars to tho Sugar. Trust (und
refused to treat with Independent re
finers) nt G5c per hundred under the
New York quotation,' or 90c per hun
dred under the markets of th'e world,
so that of the- protective tariff of
1.C856 'they were receiving a benefit
to the extent of .780c per pound. By
this It will be seen that while they
had the prdtectlve tariff of over
1 G-8c per pound, they were only be
ing benefited to the extent of a trifle
over 3-4c- per pound, the difference
liracticaliy going Into the pockets o(
the Sugar Trust. Notwithstanding
these facts, which show how the Loul
siana planter has failed .to benefit by
protection, the present crops, which
lfus'Just come to-market, Is reported
to be fully as largo as the last one,
with prospects that the ultimate out
turn will be evn larger. The price
prevailing for these sugars In New
Orleans Is practically -l-4c under tho
New York quotation, and 46 points
ijnder the parity, of the markets of
the world, or the 'European quotation
nnd the pressure to force prices down
has. only Just .begun.
The wholesale and retail grocers
generally are clamoring;. for a reduc
tion In the tariff. Their proflts on
sugar aro very small. Were they
with free sugar able to buy a car of-j
sugar for say $1000, where they now
have to Invest" $1700, they would be
making the Bame margin of profit on
their sales, and the percentage of
profit would be much greater. Fur
thermore, wo must not overlook the
fact that tho Philippine Islands are
a part of the United States, and that
the Islands are physically located so
that they are a natural sugar pro-,
duclng country. Notwithstanding
the fact that the Philippine Islands
re as much u part of the United
States as. any State, the United
States not only refuses to permit
Philippine sugars to come In trco of
duty, but gives them a concession of
ony 2G per cent, on the regular tar
iff rates, which makes the Importa
tion of Philippine' sugars almost pro
hibitive. We not only prevent our
wards from participating with tbo
other domestic producers In the ben
efit derived from a protective' tariff,
but actually tax them on shipments
to this country to such an extent
that any Increase In the sugar pro
duction of the Philippines Is .effect
Certainly there Is no Justice In
this treatment by the United States
of tbo helpless people dependent on
them for support and encouragement,
while sugar from Porto Rico and the
Sandwich Islands comes In free of
duty,' and 'from' Cuba, which Is not
an American colony, at 20 per cent,
Lower sugar duties wodld not only
benefit the wholesale and retail grocers,-
but every manufacturer who
uses1 sugar, every farmer who grows
fruit, a well as every consumer.
Most Important reciprocity treatiei
which would benefit our farmers and
manufacturers have been prevented
by our high sugar duties, so that a'
reduction now would be a-greut bene
fit to tho country In general.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
TO COME DOWN
Territory Will Buy -
Uase and Remove
Negotiations nro now pending bo
twoen Superintendent of Public Woiks
Mnrston Campbell and llrower & Co.
for tho taking over or the leasu to tho
Territory of the property on which tho
company's building now stands. This
building may bo removed lu order that
"10 uencral plan of harbor Improve-
iiiciu ma; uv ;uillt;u mil,
Tho ground on which It Is situated
Is owned by the government and Brow
r & Co. art- occupying It nt tho pres
ent time under a leasu which will nut
explro for approximately ten years
yet. No prlco has been fixed, nnd It
is doubtful If a satisfactory flguru can
be agreed on at tho first Jump, but
those negotiations are going on with
this end In view.
Tho Leglslnturo will bo nsked In
como through with nn appropriation to
cover tho expense to tho Territory in
this settlement. Tho Matson landing
will bo dredged right up to tho 'dgo
of the 100-foot street way," anil thin
will Increase tho dock by about lltty
feet on both sides.
FOR SEATTLE FAIR
Would Be Attractive and
Suggestive Of Old
Shooting over the breeze-swept wa
ters of Lake Washington, along tho
shores of which tho A.lnska-Yukou-Paclflc
Exposition will bo held In
1909, ancient und modern Hawalluii
outrigger suiting-canoes will probably
be seen In ull their native glory next
summer. Oiu those same waters, lu
the olden days, the Siwash, Clilnook,
and Quinault Indians, paddled their
birch-bark or dug-out canoes on tho
still hunt for the wary deer, search
ed along tho brushy banks for signs
of tho lumbering bearor skimmed
easily and peacefully over tho'watern
of the lakq. This is a sight of which
every Westerner and almost every
person In the States has a inlnd-plc-tur'eV
But an outrigger canoe Is practi
cally unknown In tho Northwest.'
Remarkable for the speed that thestr
little craft can uttaln when helped
by a sail, tho outrigger canoes would
undoubtedly be greatly admired und
prove an excellent advertisement for
the IsHinds, If taken to Seattle, and
Special Agent Lloyd Chllds, who only
this morning received a letter from
an outrigger enthusiast who makes
the suggestion. Is giving the matter
considerable sound thought. Thorn
is no doubt but that the outrigger
cun'oes would be a great attraction,
placed on a lako where thero are
thousands of the ordinary kind of ca
noe. Chllds may take It up with the
Outrigger Club, to see what arrange
ments can be made to securo a num
ber of excellent canoes. Several of
the most famous racers here, among
them being the "Delawnrc," have
been mentioned as being suitable to
take to Seattle,
Hawaii's big exhibit Is coming
along In good shape. The plans of
the building have been received, and
Mr. Chllds was In consultation with
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt tli (a morning to nettle tho
space for the different classua of x
hlblts REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec 2, 1908,
Sarah J Kennedy and hsb to Lowers)
&Cooko. Ltd M
Sung Lee In Co to Trs of B P Bishop
Est , Sur U
Charles Wagner to Louisa Kcono-
ula and hsb ..., Hot
Louisa Keoncula and hsb to Henry K
Ewallko and hsb to II L Hnlstetnt...I)
II B Nallniii to Laupahoehoe Sugar
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Fanny
Strauch , I)
Fanny Strauch nnd hsb to Richard S
Kelly ....- ,. I)
Entered for Record Dec. 3 ,1908,
Fsthor Crowcll and hsb to Mary IC
Samuel K Keakl to Jnmes K Keukl.,1)
D M Kuall! and wf to Mrs. Kalul i:
A Lewis Jr and wf to Joe P Qiilllior-
mo . . , n
Est pf II P Bishop by Trs to Sung
l.eo In Co , , ,
Weptern and Ilnwn Invst Co Ltd to
JumctB Cstlo Il
Tho Rev, Robert Collyor. formerly o(
Chicago, celebrated his 8Gth birthday
in New York, by being tho guoBt of lion,
or at a banquet; Andrew Carnegie was
ono of tho speakers.
Rcnr-Admlral Evans, retired, was
made chairman of tho directorate of
me ls Angeles liar bur company.
which Is building a railway In southern
UU VWIIU K
ay In southern
il, widow of )
mil plnynr, wiiu j
ray In Boston,
Mrs. Julia II. Stahl.
"Chick" Stahl. the baseball
found dead In a doorway
Robbery artd'nfurdcYare Biispocted.
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