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VOL. X. NO. 4183.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1808. 10 FADES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Jarrett Outlines Police Plans
$50,000 ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN STARTS
In Police Department
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. 15. President Rooscvtlt sent a special
message to Congress today in which he denounced the storica published
in the New York World and other Pullitzer papers, in which the charge
of crooked dealings in Panama Canal work was made as-ainst the Gov
ernment. The President may sue tip. Pulitzer papers for libel.
Mrs. Martin Convicted
OAKLAND. Calif., Dec. 15. Mrs. Martin was today convicted on
the charge of dynamiting the home of Judge Ogdcn. She sought to kill '
the Jude for revenge., The principal witness against her was a child
known as Baby Martin.
This Trust Mega
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 15. The United Stat:a Circuit Court
handed down a decision today in which the Tobacco Trust is declared to
be an illegal combine in rcstiaint of trade.
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WANGUTE, New Zealand, Dec. 15. R. Arnst today defeated Webb,
the world's sculling champion.
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Chief Biggy's Body
Floating In Harbor
SAN 'FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 15. The body of ihc late Chief of
' Police Biggy was found today floating in the harbor near Goat Island.
This establishes beyond doubt that Biggy committed bjicidc when he
went overboard frun the police natrol launch two weeks ago.
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WiLLEMSTAP. Curacao, Dutch West Indies, Dec. 15. One of the
Dutch battleships blockading the Venezuelan coast today seized Coast
guard Vessel 23.
MRS. J. 0
Mrs. .1. O. Carter, nnn of the fore
most ludlci of Honolulu unit one of
the city's nlilcKt residents, tiled thin
afternoon from heait trouble Al
though the. decerned had beon nlllng
for several month.), and her dentil
was feared, It occurred very sudden
ly, nt about 1:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Carter was a daughter of
William Lndd, the crcnt merchant of
parly Honolulu days. She was born
In Honolulu Juno S, 1840, and was
married to J. O. Carter Nov. 28,
1859, She spent almost her entire
life In the Island l. The deceased
leaves six children: Chnrlotto A.,
Mary N., Ilachol A., Sarah C. Ilnb
bltt, .1. O. Carter Jr., and Ciishman
The funeral services will bo hold
nt the Carter home on Nuuami street
at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Tho
funeral will bo private
JANUARY .MAGAZINES WILL CONTAIN FIRST ADVERTISING MAT
TER TO POPULARIZE HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE LOCAL
MEN HEARD BEFORE TARIFF COMMIS
I SION IN WASHINGTON
Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
git a free list of the new fire ahum
numbers and all the changes.
Wc have two very
choice pieces of prop
erty in Kaimuki that
are real bargains.
Good property is sell
ing fist in Kaimuki;
and bargains like these
will not last long.
Enquire Real Estate
823 FORT ST,
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK is something to be proud of.
Every article expresses elegance and refinement.
There is nothing in our store that a well-dressed
man would not be glad to have. f
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THERE IS ROOM FOR CAREFUL SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR HUS
J1AND OR BROTHER.
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Handkerchiefs, Smoking Jackets,
Pajamas, Bathrobes, Hosiery, Hats
Ready-Made Benjamin Clothes To Order
The KASH CO., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
The January marines, IncludlnR
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Woman's Homo Companion, will con
tain advertisements of tlio Hawaiian
plnoapplo that, slgni.lue tho opening
of a I.IO.OOO. advertising campaign
to bo carried on by tho plneapplo
growers and canncri of linn all.
To Inaugurate thto campaign was
tho main puritoso of J I). Dole's trip
to Now York, and ireont letters re
ceived fiotn him stulo that tho con
tractu lntvo been placed to properly
put the Hawaiian pines beforo tho
householders of the Nation.
It liRb been thj opinion of tho
growers that the dluirultlcs nt over
production could b ovcrcomo by a
strong advertising campaign and that
properly promoted Iho pineapple will
becomo as much a household neces
sity as the fruits of California, for
During his trip to tho Stntcs Mr.
Dole also visited Washington, and
with Mr. McCleltau and Mr. Kaincs
appeared before tho Tariff Commis
sion to speak (or the continued pro
tection of the AmriU.au pineapple
Tho report of this hearing shows
that tho Hawaiian pineapple men aro
working In conjunction with tho
pineapple growers of Florida.
The atmosphere o' Congress nt tho
present tlmo nppcarj to bo somewhat
antagonistic toward protected inter
ests although thero ujx kindly feel
ing toward struggling Industry.
Mc. McClcllan suggested a change
In tho law which now places our
growers at a disadvantage. He sug
gested that as the old law placed
a duty of sevon-tcnths of a cent per
plno on pineapples brought to tho
country In hulk, an I as the shippers
aro able by shipping tho pines In
crates to get them In at about half
this rato, under scvidulo of seven
cents n square foot, that tho law be
changed so that all imported pineap
ples will pay tho straight seven
tenths of a cent each or possibly one
cent when entering the country.
whether In bulk or In crates.
The real contest for pineapples
and every other prnJuct on tho pro
tected list will come at tho extra
session of Congress, on the floor of
tho two Houses and In the commu
WILL WORK FOR
Babbitt To Gall Meeting
Of Board Next
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion W. If. Ilabbltt ulll probably call
a meeting of tho Board of Education
on Monday next for the purpose ot
discussing proposcl legislation with
regards to that dooirtment nt tho
next session of tho Legislature. All
of the departments are working up
the lists of appropriations which' tbey
will 'ask from the Legislature. These
lists will be sent to Actlnr Clovernor
Mott-Smlth, who made Vreqilesl 'on
the various headi'Of department
some tlmo ago for them.
The principal matter that will pro
bably occupy the attention of tho
Hoard of Education it Its meeting on
legislation will bo that of teacher's
salaries. As has been told In tho
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n before, the pay doled
out to tho public educators of the
Territory of Hawaii Is far less than
It should be. It hah simply been a
matter of cutting down In salaries In
order to keep within the appropria
tions, or cuUIti" down the staff of
tcachors, tho Hater alternative being,
as n matter of fact, practically Im
possible, As soon js Mr. Ilabbltt has figured
out the exact amount of money need
ed to raise the salaries of teachers to
thn proper schedule he will present
tho proposition to the Hoard. This
will probably bo dono next Monday.
Ilabbltt and heads of the other Ter
ritorial department? aro working on
the complete appropriation list to bo
presented to Mott-Sinlth.
Quite outside ot tho changes In the moru ofTidiiic) and so that rcsponsl
personnel of tho Police Department blllt can ho placed In every cum
which will be announced later on, which arises I'nd -r thn present sb-Shcrirr-elect
Jarrett has In contcm- tern thu wntthci v.ork in Blx-hour
plation a number cT changes In tho shifts, whllo the inching station
administration of the department, his clerks mid the p-itrol wagon drlvem
plan being to IncrciiMj tho efficiency hnvo clhlil-limir wnfhcs Jarrett In
thereof ns much ns possible. During tends to have nil tiro men on duty In
his term ns Deputy Sheriff Jarrett eight-hour wnlrhrr, so that each
has had n good. chnirc to study tho captain will nlvvnvH have, tho saiim
workings of tho vnilous branches of clerk, driver, turnkey and patrolmen
tho department, nnd tho changes under them. Tho captains, who will
which ho will ma'io'arc the results take tho plnie of t'n lieutenants of
of his observations.
Ono of tho most Important now
fenturos which Jarrott will place In
effect Is tho establishing of a hie) cm
patrol for the protection of tho outer
districts of the town. About four
bicycle officers will be appointed, in
addition to those ".ho aro now at
tached to the regular watches, nnd
who are stationed nt the station to
respond to calls. These men will bo
on duty only at night, and will be
given bents In tbo outskirts, such us
Maklkl, Punahou, Hanoa, Kallhl, etc.
They will not wear uniforms, and It
will bo their duty, besides preserv
ing tho pea co In the ordinary way,
to keep their ejes open for suspicious
characters and pro'vlers. It Is be
lieved that owing tn,.ltio fart that
such officers would he able to movo
more quietly1 and wruld be less con
spicuous than the mounted men, they
will be found to bo efficient for this
kind ot work, although the mounted
force will he present d to do its work
as at present.
Jarrett also plana to make each
watch more of a rnlt than it Is at
present, In order Hint It can act with
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tnlletin Editorial Room Those 185
Are Careful in Every Thine The; Do.
There is no mistaken delivery
where they are concerned.
the present dav, will, In tho nhscntn
of the Sheriff nnil the Depot) Sheriff,
luivo full ch.irgo :uid lesponslblllty,
wi that no dtliy vill bo necessary
when nil) i.no Is .i ported
Another plan wh'ch Jarrett will
submit to tho Hoard of Supervisors!
for Its approval. Is nnt of ostnbllih
Ing a secret polite, consisting of n
couple of olllccrs, whoso Identity shall
bo known only to tec heads of tint
department Ho hopes. If ho gilne
tho approval of tho Hoards to appoint
n couple of men vv'u shall uot loiim
neir the station net mnko arrests.
but who shall luveilign)o and report
on matters regarding which it Is de
sirable thnt uccrccy bn preserved
whllo investigation Is pending. H
has been found that tho deteitlvei
lose much cf their usefulness throui;li
tho fnet that the!" Identities nro
known, and It Is to do nway with
this difficulty that Jarrett proposes
to try this new plan.
It Is nlso JnrrettS idot to do away
to a grc.it extent with tho present
sjsteni of drilling nt tho officers,
which Is but ot small prnctlc.il val-
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Illils woro opened today (or the
construction of a two-story cottage
at Nuuanti Cemetery and five cot
tages for the Knights ot Pythias, to
be put up In Union street. The bIJ
ding was very close. Tht- lowest
bidder for the cottage at the ceme
tery was Lucas tiros, $3,123.; John
Oudcrklrk was the lowest for tho K.
of P. cottages, $S,93.
'"Tis Christmas till
Our next shipment of selected
fruits will bo made per steamer LUR
LINE, DEC. 19TH. Fruit sent at
this time will reach Coast points in
plenty of time for New Year's,
Island Fruit Co.
Phone 15. 72 8. King St.
"To Mott-Smlth, Honolulu.
"Mall Land Commission report to
Senator Foraker and Representative
"Cable approximate amounts paid
by merchant and Territory In re In
fectious diseases other than leprosy
"Perhapt go New York Thursday.
Acting (lover nor Molt Smith re
ceived tho abovo cablegram from tho
Chief Exccutlvo this morning, nnd I in
mediately set about getting data for
Senator Koraker Is tho chairman of
tho Commlttco on Paclflo Islauds and
Porto Rico, and Representative Ham
ilton Is chairman In tho Houso ot tho
Commlttco on Territories. That Gov
ernor Frcar is getting down to work
wlll regard to tho proposed channel
'In the land laws of this Territory Is
evidenced by tho request ho has for
warded to Mott Smith. Tho roiort of
Frear May Secure
Federal Money For
Clean-Up of City
tho Land Commission appointed by
him goeB jdcoply Into the stntua of at-
fairs with regaid to the public lands
Acting Governor Mott Smith will
communicate with ,tho Chamber ot
Commerce and the .Merchants' Associa
tion immediately iyid learn as exactly
as pobslblo tho prccUo sums that havo
been expended by thoso bodies for iho
past eight j cars In maintaining tin)
healthful conditions In this city. Con
siderable money liao also been spoilt
by tho Territory of Hawaii in tho up-
keep of healthful conditions In tho
city, and tho totals will amount high.
According to Mott Smith, tho plan
that tho Governor has In mind is to
tecuro a Federal appropriation for thn
1'iirposa abo.vo tunned. Tho 8urgcon
General of thu United States has n
largo sum of money continually nt hla
disposal which lio can employ in almost
any manner ho chooses, but novcrtlic-
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