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VOL. XI. NO. 4307
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25. 12 PAGES.
EXPOSITION CROWDS AT HAWAII BUILDING
NEW COMPANY TO HANDLE OOKALA
Kaiwiki Sugar Co.
Capital Stock of New Corporation Is
Fixed at $400,000 F. M.
Swanzv Is Holder of 14,800
Articles or nMioclnllun have heen
filed for the ncor million of llui Kill
wlkl Sugar Company, tliu successor to
tlio holdings or thu Ookal.i Sugar Plan
Intlon Cumpitiy of Hawaii. Tho tieft
corporation takes Irom Thou r
Italic & Co, Mil, nn assignment o(
iiKioMiicnt to pinch tso niul tnh il.itnl
A.rll 111, 1 It'll), between J. M. Diiwuolt
W. (I. Wnlker, I!. lion HMiop, A. C
P.ilfio P.ml Muliltnlcirf, OiurKo" H
Itolx t thou ami llnnies (). Kennedy,
who have hoi ii ncllm: as trustees of
OiiAiila rlmo tho cxpliatliin of IIh chat-
t r. Tin-) enleiod Into thu ngioeiueiit
that ii'pnwntK $.!0.fl00 or tho l00r
L 0(Tn"iTiltjl"tcick of tho Kalwlkl Sus
n r Comp.ui.
Thu ngiocnunt of m!e anil purch-iso
that was hoh! by Thco. II I) ivies &
t'o. In assigned to tho now corinri
tlmi Tlio capital ptoc't of tlu iipw
an porn I Ion h $400 000 of 20 0011 Hh'ares
with tint privilege of nu extension of
tho capll.il to $1.IM)0,000.
Tho lloinl nl llli'Ttnirt In constitut
ed or P M. Swnnv T Cllve llilles,
(leorgo P. ltavlos, K. H. Wodchoua"
anil A. I.Idgnto. Tho offlceis or thu
(trituration me l XI. Swnnzy, p'osl
ill lit: T. CHvu D.ivIob, vlca prcrldent;
(Icoigo I Itavlcs, Bicntiij: K. II
Wodolioiibe, tic isurcr, ami II, M. Mist,
Tin- nirtilavlt of incorporation nccnni
pitting tho nrtlclPH Unit hnvo been
filed state that 15,000 shares of tho
c iiltiil Htock or tho now Loiporntlnn
hum been subscribed for r M. Swan
7V being the holder or 14S00 thares,
tlio other ofllci'iB or the coinptny hold
lug fifty Sharon each.
Tho now Kalnlkl Sugar Company
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SIENA. Tuscany, Italy, Aug. 25.
An earthquake that visited this
section of Italy has practically de
stroyed the town of San Lorenzo and
damaged many other towns. The
returns are incomplete, but it is
known that many have been killed
and injured in the ruins.
Matson Liner Crowded
With Home People
And Big Cargo
ICAMP PERRY, WHERE MEMBERS OF THE
HAWAII N.G. ARE COMPETING IN RIFLE SHOOT
1'ow prominent rnlnllius of Hono-( ,
'ririu ,i!.riifirinv;'Mi!tWfflir o.f
the 3d. S. 8. I.urllne when Bile enmc . ....... . , .
." ' , . , ., . ,,. ., t Shooting in the nffe matches at
Into tho hailmr today at about 1
o'clock on her fourteenth miiBo to Camp Perry, Ohio, has been going
Honolulu. I on since Aug. 9. The team from
t ...t .. . nlnv nlmJ Vntiinnliina ri rrt .1. ' YTam 1 1 fLLL t
Al'UK I. U HI I 111 II K 11 ii i ""- "
II. Castle. Mrs. A. Unrtley and lior '
font children. Mr. anil Mrs. Norninn
Wnklns, Mr. and Mis. Murrey, Mrs. I
J. II. Athciton nnd het diiughtci,
and many othcis.
Miss I'. Ho, tho jonnc sthool
tp.i(hcr at l.ahalna, who, as n wln
(Continucd on Page 3)
DID YOU FORGET?
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Per M. 8. S. I.urllne, Aim. 25.
Miss O. K. Parsons. Mrs. ! Williams,
Miss Williams. K. C Hhnades, Mrs. A.
Hattloy, maid and 4 children, 11. A.
Green. It. Porklns. C. McWajne. 1'.
ItlclianlB'in, A. L. I-oiiIbsoii, N. Wnt
Hub, Mrr. Wntklus nnd 2 chlldien.
Mhs I. Ocrtz, C. L. Ilosson, J. II. Cas
tle, A. II. Ciiirrey, Mrs. Ourrey, Mrs.
Noonan, J. Kins. .1. Mntt. Mrs. My
att and child. Mrs. J. .1. Carey, Mrs. J.
D. Athertnn, Miss Atherton. MIeb rinx
ninn. Miss tie Yoiiko. Dr. J. M. O'Con
nors, MIsb P. Ho, Master Tennoy. MIhh
B. I-oiiR, MrB. llahliltt npd thllil. T. It.
lllilillo. Mrs lllddlo, Pnxton Wright,
MrB. Coko and 4 children, W. II Mil
ler. K. Iloao, A. B. Larimer, W. J, Djer
end ion, Miss Nallluin.
" rem r s - eSiMHistfis i
ltjKHI ,"-. ,' i " r W. t , i.i f. ) TT JJlvlffi tL'T TU i i... 'j-.
. .i a -.i- r . f ivi.vj, - ' vt.t mi
has teen pitted against the best BBiBi 'i'' -.MtKm,
men of the country, and their work v I jlwff 't,;;:yJOBwBi
has attracted the personal attention v5i A I tM ffVHsllllS
of Secretary of War Dickson, Chair- vvVd wMr'i9WM
man Hull of the House Committse (YVlOl WlWV$
on Naval Affairs, Gen. Crozier and VS . y I LdUfK & y BffjBBBP
other leaders of the country, V
Chief Executive And Party
Lose Their Way On
CONSPIRATORS ARE DENIED
NEW TRIAL BY DE BOLT
SEATTLE, Aug. 25. This is
Hawaiian Day at th,e Alaska-Yukon
Exposition, and the crowds have
centered around the Hawaiian build
ing throughout the day.
The visitors were presented with
samples of the island pineappler
and also with miniature bags of su
gar. These were distributed by the
native Hawaiians on the staff of
the Hawaiian Commission.
Princess Kawanaakoa was in at
tendance, and she has been the re
cipient of many courtesies from the
LONDON, Aug. 25. The Aus
tralian sq"c!ron of the British na
tralian squadron of the British
navy will consist of four cruisen,
one of which will be armored, cix
distroyers arid three submarines.
THREE KILLED; FIVE INJURED
M0JAVE, Cal., Aug. 25. A
freight collision took place here be
tween two freight trains on the
Santa Fe railway. Three men were
killel and five injured.
PLANS TO' GREET
FIRE OFF SIGNAL GUKS
NATIYES START TO RELIEr ;
Made to Your Order
Some men cling to the made-to-order idea in clothing.
These men will appre:iate the Alfred Benjamin made-to-older
service. We take your measure and guarantee the
fit of the garments.
, Great variety of new samnlw just received. Now is
the time to make your selection.
The Kash Co.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
A motion for n no trial In btiialf
of Maklno. N'egoro, Taiuka tint So.fi'
was prouii tl( ihni"d jy JinlR' l'j Holt
this nioiuint' when prestni-d tv At
torney MghtPkit I.lHlitfMit did n H
ut to in pt to ma; i any argument In sup
port or lib niotliri but nc(. i.it.1 i in
Th(rt d.is was granted hy .IiidRU
n.. ll.il, flip 111., flltlli- lf ii Kill llf ..v.
... n ......i r ,i... .. ....K0"'. a nt Inw '""" tl10 "PI'roval
m i. i c r. . m, or tho bonds subni ttcd In tho names
tho Territorial Supremo Court. Tho .,,,.,,, , ,
,. , ,. , , , ,. , ,, ,, iif John Pan uh ami Pant l.nm Mow ,
lime limit Is not arbitrary and ir there n . ., . . . ln
vi IIU ttiu iiwuivm i' luvui ivuiij lu -
moinliiK when .IndRu lie Dolt arcepted Maklno In view of thu fact that It wax
Uniiotntll) i deposit of $1000 cash cash.
lull from Attorno) l.lKhlfoot as lusiir-l Maklno stated tills mnrnlui; that It
lulu aunltiBt mi) Inclination that Mn- was tho plan of himself and his fellow
Vino mlRl't mao of tleiiiiK from tho ronlcted colleaRiies to spiieal thu
coiiiitr). Tho cash bond was approved tnso to tho United States Supremo
by the couit with the stipulation that . Court and then, If they fall, "take tholr
a tegular boi.d bo filed hy Saturdny.
Tho othei thrie convicted conspir
ators, Y, Sok.1, Y. Tasaka and M. Ne
ts a necessity for fiutlier time on tho
part of the attorney for tho ilefengo It
will bo crantod hy Ilia com t without
objection I loin tho prosecution,.
The fun i convicted consplrntois aro
now ut largo upon tho no whull, tho
last of tho work IicIiik concluded this
Or RXCKM.HKT HOME SITKS.
' NUUANU vai.ujy
Real Estate Department
extent or $10,000 and $20,000 resiicr
tlcely. Maklno's canli bail was carefully
counted by Attorney I-lulitfoot and
then turned over to Clerk Datchclor,
who Rave the hlKli wage nssoclntlou
tepresentiitho a rocelpt "In full." No
Koro's, Socu's and Tasaka'H bonds aro
$1500 each, hut Judge 'Do Holt stated
that he considered $1000 sufficient for
mulltlno with a smllo." Accordion to
the sentence pronounced upon thijm
li JiulRo Do Holt tho four will have
ten months of "smllliiH" In thu Oahti
To the Palm for
It is Fresh
Hotel1 near Union.
Paul Ham In
RHEIMS, France, Aug, 25. Paul
Ham, one of the French aeronauts,
made a flight today of one and thirty-five
one hundredths miles. .Time,
2:35.306. This is a record flight.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25. So.
car Beets. 88 analysis, lis G3-4d.
Parity, 4.44 cents. Previous quo
tation, Us 5 l-4d.
Siberia Will .Be
Tho Intrepid, with tho reception
committee and the Hawaiian Hand
on board, will meet tho Siberia out
side tho harbor Monday when tho
Pacific Mall liner is duo to reach
the Islands with the Aongresslonnl
party of forty strong.
When the Siberia docks a num
ber of Hawaiian gills will be on
the wharf and will hang lels nbnut
the visiting lawmakers nnd their
The itinerary to be followed hy
the Congressmen while on Oahu has
been slightly changed. On Septem
ber 1 they will be taken on the
Iroquois to Pearl Ilntbor, where
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Hawaiian Trust Company,
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful driven. Prompt service.
"ixciting Experience in the Jloun
tnins of Kauai Shut Off From
Lower Lands by Fcg and Rain
Work Their Way to Safety.
Prom last Satitrdii) until Sunda;
morning tluiernor l'rinr and his In
spectlou part) were lost In th'
noiiutnlns on Kuu.il After laiidlm
it Wnlmea a week ago Tuesd.n
night, the Governor, together wltl
lovernniuit Hjdrographcrs l.clgh
'on and Meiiilenhnll, Prof Mi ad oi
'IiUumi I'nlversltv, .Limes Wilde
mil others. Iiegnu on n tour of ex
duration over the luleilor of the Is
and to Investigate tho water suh
ily and physical iiindltloiis of tho
1 ,ud The) stnrtrd for llnli-uiaiiu
lere the) expecUd to'stay tint
Tjllt Ulcjf pnWd hiter tii W'aliit
in and Hrnalel It) i or the Wnl
1'iom the icport rctelved b) tho
Cinrdcn IhIiiiiiI, the tlovernor and his
part) lint their vvnj ln the fog and
rain, and the) wue obliged to llro
nil guns for hulp. In answer to which
a part) of natives were sent up
Mnunahtnn hull, above the Whtnlha
power home to raider aid to them J
Nothing was seen of tho party, al-
though guns were heard about two
thousand feet above the power
Tho latest report Is that the (lov-,
crnor and his part) nrrlve.il ntMho
edge of Walnlha valley late on Krl
da) afternoon, but lost their way '
riieli guiiB were heard from below
IB has been stated. It Ft urns that
the) flnnll) decided, after Senator
Knudsen and tome ot tho natives
hud gone part of the way down Into
Walnlha valley and returned again
to tho top, that It would not be wise
to run the risk of going down In
the dnmpncps and daikness, espec-,
Inlly with so ninny along thaUvvero
unaccustomed to Island mountain
eering. So they turned batls to lltt
lcuianu again nnd on Sunday 're
turned to Kchaha, with the Inten
tion of going around by automobiles
on tho toad.
In pursuance of this plan, the par-t-
left Kckaha late Saturday after
noon, and tho Covcrnoi's auto reach
cd Ilaualel about 10 o'clock last
night, leaving the other nuto with
Kuudsen, Wilder and Pror Mend ut
I.lhue, whero they spent tho night
at tho hotel and went on this inori
Ing, teaching Ilnnalel at 10:30 'ji
m. nnd rejoining their companlon
Tho plans now settled upon mv
that Mr and Mrs. Lelghton, with
(Continued on Page 4
$1.00 to $35.00.
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. BOWLING. RUNNING, SPRINT
ING AND GYM SHOES.
We have just reoeived a bic shipment of Witchell
Sheill Co.'s athletio shoes, and we desire to call the atten
tion of all baseball players to our new tan willow calf
hand-made baseball shoe. It's a pippin.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 282,
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