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VOL. XI. NO. 4402.
1Z PAGES. H0H0LUIU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 311009. 12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENT!.
COOKE'S WILL FILED
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Rates Are Raised
For Cane Growers
The Plantcis' Assocl.itlun,lias uiul- iclnnccs there III ho an Incrcaso In
citiitivu u geneml loilslon (if the rates the rutciH of contract jia ttiont ami that
nf p.i moiit ipuler the rontnict sBtem llui lucieise Ih simply due to the es
of pl.iiitatlnii t.ilior. In lcsponsu to a tiihllshed Mitlry of the Planters' As
question thin morning as whether Miclnllon to ileal equitably with the
thu Planters' AKMicliitlon ut Its mi'ct- plantation laborers who 1511 In on tlm
To View Capital
NO DUEL FOMENTS-IN
lug )estcrdi huil nuthorlzcd n gener
nl Inn case of thlity poi cont In thn
contract uiU'H, IS. Puxnii lllHhop, chair
man of thu labor committee of thu
I'I.uiU'Ih' Association, slid:
"There has not lnvi) a fixed Increase
contiact or piullt-shiiilng sjstetn.
The vlows ppi.i'cit by Mr. Illshop
weiu cumiirreil In by IX 1!, l'.ixton
who Htalul that the revision nf the
con! nut mica was. nlwilntel) without
effect iih.ii thu d.tll wage scheilnle.
Fort Ruger and .Battery Harlow
First Glimpse of uibralter-Like
Fortifications That Will Pro
tect the Island of Oahu.
in the contract rates. l.ung before thu He slalud that the Planters' Ascoclu
loouit labor troubles the 1'lJtiteis' As-1 Hop was deslmuH of4cncouraglng tbe
pnclttllnn hail nailer consideration n I more lespnnslblo class of laborers
levlslon of the cmtract rates to meet
t liuiiKlnK local conditions. This was
necessarily In nbejnnco during thn l.i'
01 illstuibince ind his now lieen ro
Mimed with the oilglinl object In view
that ol revising the idles when In
the opinion of the Planters' Assocl.v
Hon they weiu In need of change.
"Dull) wages nic In no my allecto!
by the n-vislon of tho contract ratpy.
when they were found deserving ami
that a lovinlun of the contract rates
simply roines iib a matter of courso
thriniKh i) chango In (lie condltlnut
"It has nothing to do with llio
strike," s.ildMr. Paxton. "and I wlsn
to emphasise thu fact tint t'.io consld
crntluu of the matter at yesterday's
meeting of tho Planters' Association
8 PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK. 8
Thu object of thu Plantcis' Association 1 Is luiplj n resumjitlon of the work
li'is nlwajs been tn stlnmlnte and en .that was necessarily halted iurlng
(1MII.VKU ll!U uuiiittivi njaiuiu .11111 .11' 1 111.- i-i'iiiDu 11. 1111; ivciii iiiniiu i.ii,a
are hIiuiiIv rarulnir out the nullcv that I amoim the Dlantatlonlulior.". 4
was lii.iunurated Ioiir pluvious to thn Thu iiieetlin; Jstordji ofbejllnk
letent strlVu: ers ASboclatMin meted for several
Mr. Illxhop added that In some In- hours ami wan largely attended.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31. Henry
M, Hoyt has been appointed to the
new position created by the last Con
gress of Counsellor to the State De
1EWIST0N, Ore., Aug. 31. A
passenger train was held up near
here today by a lone masked robber.
The man went through the train
and made good his escape.
In honor of the lulling Conres
sloiial party, thu Kutertnlnmcnt Coin
mlltee has nrraiiKed for 11 dance ut
the Mo.111.1 Hotel tonight. The Itojnl
Huwnlliui baud will play ilurliiK inter
missions anil altogether It will be a
gala event. All 1110 hulled and it Is
hoped that rltlzens In general will at
tend and give 11 royal wclcomo to thu
it Tuesdny, Aug. 31, n. m. Auto 8
:t tour of Honolulu; lult to Port 51
t: Huger, niamund Head. 4 p. m. H
i! lteceptlou at Ooernor Krear's H
tt residence, tl
it Wedw Bi'ay, Scit. 1, 8:30 n. m. 8
tl I.eao foi Pearl Harbor aboard 8
8 IT, S. S. Iroquois, as guests of 8
n Captain Itees, U, S. N.; train trip 8
t: to Schoflcld Il.irracks (cnnlry) 8
t: for civilly review, polo gamo and 8
8 luncheon. 8
8 Thursday. Sept. 2, 11 n. m. 8
8 KvQurui l.iliuokulanrs hlrthdiiy 8
8'receptlon. 8 p. 111 Hand concert 8
tt mid ball at Young Hotel. 8
8 Prlday, Sept. 3. 10 a. in Visit 8,
8 In Illshop Museum. 1 p. m. 8
8 Mei (.hunts' Association luncheon 8
8 ut Commercial, 7:30 p. m I.uail 8
8 glrn under auspices of Mnor J, 8
8 J, Pern at Seasldo Hotel. 8
8 S-iturday, Sept. 4, (all dn).i 8
8 ArouuiKhe Island auto trip; visit 8
8 to piueipple plantations, 8
it 8und'.y, Sept. C, 10 p m Ixavo 8
8 on S. S. Manna. Ken for Kauai Is- 8
8 land. it
of. little men's
clothing in the
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"Wo must tome here to live."
Although the Wsltlng Congressmen
nud thulr families saw but half of Ho
nolulu this morning on their tour of
tho city, at least four of the repre
sentatives were overheard Indiilglnt;
In the statement.
During the whole trip, the automo-
Llles were nluns a little ahead of
the schedule and tho promise of thn
morning's shower wuh not fulfilled un
til the party wero leaving Port' linger
mid didn't caro.
Under tho 'lliecttnn of Prn.ik
Thompson and T, l(. Petrlc, thu task
ot getting an order of parade, out of
a chaoa or Congressmen progressed
magically. The parade left the hotel
about fifteen minutes late, , but the
big machines were not tardy and' were
BhcaheinWiisl8UiuontV of eight
"ers nt once. -
R, O. Mntheson was o'tlclni guide
and was tho "front man" In tho pro
cession, directing the snaking line
through the objects of interest about
Honolulu, Walklki and Walalae.
The party progressed down King
past the federal site and down Uetbel
past tho post offlco and the city has
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The last will and testament of the
late Charles Montague Cooke has
Wen filed In the Circuit Court and
Monday, Oct. 4, set by Judge Hob
Insou iiH the dute of hearing the n
plication for probate b) Anna C.Cooke,
C. Montague Cooke, Jr., and Clarence
According to the statement In the
petition for piobjte the personal prop
erty of the estate conslstH of 2400
shares of stock In Charles M Cooke,
Limited, valued at 1240,1)00, and other
peisonal proiicrt) to the aluo of $1S,
100. The petition states that the Ik Irs
j mi his widow, Anna C Cooke, r
MimtJgue Cooke, Jr, Claience It
Cooke, Geoige P. Cooke, ltlchanl A.
Cixike, Alice T. Cooke and Theodore
The will and codorll names Anna C.
Cooke, C. Montague Cooke, Clarence
II, Cooke, George I Cooke, Richard
A. Cooke, Alice T Cooke and Theo
dore A. Cooke, Annls Montagoo Tur
ner and Amos Prancls Cooke as devi
sees ami legatees, Anna C. Cooke, C.
Monsnitie -Cooke jCiiK .QUir3l? W.
Cooke are, the ixeciitrtx and executors,
Mr. Cooke's will was moilo on Jan
uary 20, 1899, tho witnesses being C.
llustace, Jr., V C. Atherton anil V. D.
The first paragraph bequeaths all
his "real estate and all shares of
stock, nil. Interests In ships and all
personal property belonging to me in
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PAKE WHOLE BLOCK
FOR PUBLIC BUILDING
Kash Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel St.
Tho Supervising Aichltect In charge of the federal public build
ing construction wants to know why the (overument should not ac
quire tho wholo block bounded by Port King, tylshup and Merchant
streets for thu Honolulu public building grounds.
Ho put this question to K. M. Hathch when that gentleman
galled on him just before his departure from Washington. Mr. Hatch
replied that such a plan would probably call for the expenditure of
considerably more money on the part of the Government, but thlH
did not seem to frighten tho Supei vising architect, who has been
trained to consider broad schemes of civic development Ho Is
nwaro that the property can bo bad at a lower figure now than will
bo posslblo during tho Ufa of tho building.
A. plan of this character would tako in the buildings now occu
pied by tho Wnll, Nichols Company, thu Hawaiian Trust Company,
the Hawaiian Ofllco Specialty Company and E. O. Hall & Son. To
purchase this property would cost a good sized amount of money
hut on the other hand a public building that occupied a wholo block
In the' center of tho city would add greatly to tho beauty of thu
city, tho convenience of tho public and assure ample grounds tn ac
commodnto a building adequate to the future growth of Honolulu.
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Our Next Fruit Boat will be the
IUBLINE, SEPT. 2.
Fruit at its best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXFEKT, FBUTT SHIPPERS.
HEALS AND SERVICE. '
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AIIDK'., N J Aug. 30. E, 11. liar
rlnun has lusuul a statiliient. In which
be denies that he coiiteniplates under
aij'ns an operation. He su that ho
.lB,uuliiir.'sui)vJoi-'- aa ' pai'i'is'tp -B
reasu their siirvtlllttnco nud withdraw ."
tlulr eorrespondents from the vicinity
of Ardeii. Should his ri quest be com- ,
piled with, 'Hairlniaii iiiomlscs that '
thu nevvsiinpers shall ho pibmptl) ml- M
vliisl of 1111) serious change In bis '
Edward II. Harrlman has returnod from hU search for a fountain of health at i:uroi-an renins iftiil occfk
pled Tower Hill, his estate nt Aide 11, N V l"or a long tlmo 600 men have been nt work on Towel 1(111, pie- fm
parln.; tt for Its owncr'B occupanc). No othir country estate In America can rival Tower Hill savo only Ullt- fl
more, George-W. Vamlerbllt's domain In irtb C.iiollna, anil It Is a qucstibn wnellier llie iiarriman esiuie uuv
not sunass Hlltmoiu In most luspeets. iStiidliig on the terrace of Tower Hill, Mr. Hnrrlnun sees In all dfiet
tlons only land owned bj himself, aH the house, set on a mountain, ovorlooks 45 000 acres belonging In tho rail
load man. Although tho housu will cost when completed more than 12,000.000, Mr Harrlmnn's purpose In build
ing it is tho erection not of a palace, but n home to wlilch hu cm repair win 11 went lid of tlTe financial sties of
which ho Is tho Center. Since his nr-rlvul Mr. Hurriman has b-en beslvgod by ncwsp.ip. tniin owing to tlm e
porls of bis fulling health,
SAN FRANCISCO, Au&. 31. The
eight cruisers of Admiral Sebree's
armored cruiser fleet have assembled
in the harbor preparatory to starting
on the cruise to Honolulu and the
Philippines. The fleet will arrive
in Honolulu on September 10.
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers. Prompt service.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aucr. 31,
gar Beets, 88 analysis, lis 51
Parity, 4.42 cents. Previous qu
tion lis 3 3-4d.
Money - Belts
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
ROME, Aug. 31. An earthquake
shock was felt here today. Very
slight damage was done,
Red Cross Call
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31. The
Red Cross has issued a call for aid
for the refugees at Monterey, Mex
ico, Over 2,000 are dead as a result
of the disaster, and only a thousand
of the bodies have been recovered,
the others being swept to the sea.
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nets office. These arc the telepl in.
-lumber nf thn Bulletin otflci"
NEW YORK. Aug. 31. Seven in- i
mates of the Children's Home at
,Rockaway Park were burned to
I death today. The building was only
partially destroyed, but the flames
made such headway in the burned
section that the children could not
Is expressive, isn't it?
This illustration is t5he of our
"Crossett" Brown Russia Oxfords
the Hind that
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY."
They do not ride at the heel
gape at the ankle,
bind across the toes,
nor make you anxious to get
(them off at night.
Sold nowhere else in town.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
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