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From San Frandioo:
Ctilu Mnru Sept. 21
For San Francisco t
Mongolia Sept. 18
Mukura Sept. 1?
Maranin Oct. 11
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VOL. XL NO. 4420.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF, HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1809. 8 PAGES. j;
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PRICE 5 CENTS.
00K GREETED BY NEW YORKERS
Prominent Business Men
Interested In The
CAPITAL STOCK OVER $100,000
TO DO GENERAL TRUST BUSINESS
Final Details of Organization Will
Be Closed Soon Company to I
More Evidence of Prosperity.
Honolulu Is to lmo n now Trupt
Company. Tlio flu-xl ilctiilts fur Its
launching uio woll umUr way and bj
October 1, It Is mid the comiMtiy will
tin Ifvtilv fni- titluhlnsu lVln'. '1 Itntn...
son niul n. J. Lord are snfcl to lie
among Hi" piluclpnls of tliu new on
corn, while beverul other names nre
mciitloneil, among them II. V. Lewis.
'Mr. I-owls gnlil this morning that lio
knew nothing of the details, ami tli it
I-owls & Company wero not thus far
Interested, but Ihnt a propo3lt!un
might bo Riibmltteil to him later.
It Is dnlil the now company will ha
capitalized at $100,000 nml will do a
general trust, loan nml real estate
business. Those Interested aro quid
d ns saying that tho field hero de
manded tho advent of another con
cern, ns the business of the Tcrrltoiy
Is rnpldty Increasing. This wouhl
mako flvo Trust Companies at present
doing business hero. Tlio four aro tho
Hawaiian, Tient, tho Illshop ami
Heniy WnterhoiiFe Trust Companies.
It Is reported that the papers In
connection with tho now company
li.ive been submitted to tho Attorney
flci.enil for his approval, nml that up
on completion of other details, they
will take out their charter. Tho or
ganization of n new trust company
lipre gives further evidence of tho
rapid lommciilnl development or Ho
nolulu and tho Islam's, and Is only n
ttnrter of other enterprises which aro
In I lie air
In tho offices of tho different trust
companies thlR morning tho new con
cern was fnely dlscusoil and ninn)
Riicculnl'ons mado ns to who tho list
of stockholders nml officers will bo.
The movement has been on foot for
Kcxurl months but has recci.tly tak
en definite form.
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
The W.ivoilcy dance Imll, coiner of
Ilethel ami Hotel streets, opens Ibis
evening. Bam K. Nalnoa. manager of
the ICnwiilhnit Oleo Club, lias tho
danco In churgo. Tho admission Is 10
cents; ladles nre adniltled freo, fix
cellent lloor nirangement and Rood
Rill tPtlN AO v
covn ,i nai
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Choice new materials
TRUST COMPANY IS
Dr. Cook To
NEW YORK, Sent. 21. Explor
cr Cook arrived here today and was
received by tremendous crowds at
the docks along the streets, that
gave him a splendid ovation.
In response to the reaucsts of the
newspaDcr men, Dr. Cook cave out
a signed statement in which he says
that he will present all the facts in
connection with his discovery of the
North Pole, supported b" witnesses,
and he is willine to abide bv the
verdict of compstent witnesses.
S1EN2Y. New Foundland. Sept.
21. Lieut. Peary, the explorer, ar
rived here today on his way home to
Washington. He was welcomed by
a larce and enthusiastic gathering
of usidents and intimate friends.
DAVENPORT ALIMONY SET.
Cartoonist Ordered to Pa $400 to
wire pending ?uit.
New York, September 8. Homer C.
Davenpoit. tho cartoonist, who Is be
ing Biied by his wlfo for dlvorco, was
ordered to pay her $100 a month ali
mony today In Supremo Court by Jus
tice Hlegerlch. A counsel feo of $1B0,
to bo patil counsel for Mrs. Daven
port, was agreed upon by tho nttor
nojs or both sides. Tho trial of tho
case has been set down for October.
ON TOE STAND
Mauchi Plays Into The
Hands Of The
Tho defense- In tho trial of tlio Will.
palm Jnpuncso rioters continued put
ting In Its enso this morning, tho de
fendants themselves being placed up-
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always find satisfac
and full line of sizes
& Hotel Sts.
Island Can Be Used
For Big Rainfall
LEASE WILL SOON
Eilect of Forests on Rainfall .Can Be
Proved If Suggested Plan Is
Carried Out Governor Frear
Is Favorable. ,
Tho Island of Knhoolnwc presents
nn unusually valuable oppoitunll
to mnke an experiment of inteiest
to tho whole world, Governor Kiear
declared this morning In the couise
of n discussion on the benefits that
nlll accrue to tho Territory through
nn adoption of tho methods contain
ed In the suggestion made by Hydro
gruphcr M. O. I-elghton and In the
course of his lengthy report on the
results of his suiveys.
Tlio tlovornor 'said that Lelghton
believes that the Island of Kaboola
we presents tho best opportunity he
hns yet Been of determining Just
how fnr forests effect tho rainfall.
Lelghton sajs that It was difficult
to find a place to mako a test of the
kind suggested, but that Kahoolawe
would fill the demands fully.
"The leaso on tho Island soon runs
out," said Governor Frear, "and In
carrying out the plan a BjBtematlc
attempt would then be mado to
start a growth of vegetation and
eventually of timber. All stocks
would he kept off the Island, ami
tho endeavor to reclaim It could be
curried out consistently.
"With tho beginning of the work
tho netcjsniy arrangements for the
Keeping of nccurato records of the
rainfall would be Instituted, and.
through tills means the question of
woild-wido Interest as to the effect
of forests on tho rainfall could be
Governor Prcnr referred to tho
well-known facts that at u compara
tively short tlmo ago Kahoolavve was
well wooded, and until a recent tlmo
had a maikcd Influence In stimulat
ing the rainfall on the adjacent por
tions of Maul.
It Is believed that tho Territorial
government will exert Its best ef-
forts to act upon the suggestion of
Lelghton and when the Kahoolawo
lease explros begin an experiment
that will scttlo for all tlmo the much
debated question as to tho effect of
forests and vegetation upon the
In referring to the great Interest
that the I'ederal government Is
manifesting in tho hydrography and
geography of the Islands, Governor
Krear stated that during his lust
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Stocks & Bonds
You are perhaps considering dia- ,ru,.BUBar',
posing of some of your securities or' The n,arlict wa" fallly .BCtlV6 un-
of making additional purchases un
arr present prosperous conditions
Let Us Handle the Deal
We are members of the Stock and
Bond Exchange and have hundreds
of satisfied customers in this branch
of our business.
Hawaiian Trust Company
NEW YORK, Sept. 21. W. K.
Vanderbilt and his wife, who was
Virginia Fair, daughter of Senator
Fair of California, have agreed to
separate, as the 'result ' of family
DENVER, Coll Sept. 21. Presi
dent Taft's special train arrived in
this city at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The President will speak this eve
ning on the conservation of natural
resources. He leaves" for Wolhurst
late this evening and will arrive at
Colorado Springs tomorrow after
, NEW ORLEANS, Xa.. Sept. 21.
Five lives lost and property wiped
out to the value of a million dollar
is the record of the storm that swept
the Gulf coast the' past two days.
TUB COAL CAKTS nro already rul
ing up the docks and barges along tho
waterfront In anticipation of the. re
turn of -the fleet. The vessels will re-
coal nt once after returning from tho
and cruises around the
MAHAWELI IS TO
PAY TM EXTRAS
Stock Market Is Firm;
Rapid Transit Is
Bxtrn dividend notices were made
public this morning on tho Stock! fleers will bo Instructed to have tho
Exchange. Hawaiian Sugar Com- cnl.l.Iea turn around and face ahead on
pany. populai.y known os "Mawa- Ht. J., order fWM ttai i
well," gives notice of a total of six 'ordnance u al80 )enE frame(1 to des
per cent in extra dividends to bo BnRt0 certain streets and comers for
paid before the end of the year. The hack and automobile Btands,
first three per cent extra will be "
paid Sept. 30, and the second three
per cent will be paid on Dec. 15
.while the regular dividend of
on the fifteenth of each month will
! be continued;
Makawell Is one of the planta
tions that finished grinding late,
and the stockholders are getting tho
full benefit of the advancing prico oC
uer uio uuw ijuuiuwuii ui i.ou iui
centrifugals, nnd prices wore firm.
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NO BETTER MEALS ANYWHERE
THAN ARE SERVED AT THE
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION. "
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time.
SMITH GOES, LIBEL
Not Press The
I President Taft on hearing the sad
news wired h;s deep sympathy for
City and County Attorney Suits the family and the Slate.
Against Smith and Gazette Governor Johnson will be "succeed
Comtiany on This Month's Cal- ed bv A. C. Eberhadt, the Republi-
endar. .can Lieutenant Governor.
It has become the gcnernl Impres
sion that, coincident with the retire
ment of Kdltor Smith of the Advertis
er, the libel suits that ore now pend
ing In tho Circuit Court against Smith
I. ml the Hawaiian Gazette Company
will bo discontinued. All of tho cases.
fare on tho calendar for trial In Sep-1
tcmbcr but they Have been continued
from day to day since the 20th.
Cathcart was asked this morning
whether tho rumor of the discontinu
ance was true and ho replied that ho
did not wish to speak on tho subject
and referred tho questioner to his at-1
torney, A. (1. M, rtobertson.
while the City and County Attorne)
did not wish to either affirm or deny
tho truth of the rumor it Is practical
ly admitted that the departure from
Hawaii of Editor Smith will bring tho
enses to .a final termination.
MANY STILL IGNORE
NEW TAFFIC LAW
Police Are Having Hard
Time To Enforce
"Turn your horse or automobile
aiound and facojhe other way."
This and many other commands aro
heard dally, Issued by tho police to
people who Insist on disobeying, or
Ignoring the terms of tho now traffic
ordinance. The speed situation is
soma better, hut many violations jet
arc causing tho department much trou
ble. Tho enforcement of a law is up
to tho people, anil unless they aid In
carrying out Its regulations, no benefit
tan be derived from It.
Many of the hacks under tho oh)
system, stand at tlio curb with thcli
horses facing tho wrong way. Tho of-
i ciucago, septemuer aiico vveou
Duke, divorced wife of urodlo L.
ZZZZL tor &
nn nam ann weimny urme ui r.
Duke appeared a completo mental and j
physical wreck and but ten minutes
wero required to Impress tho Jury
with tho need of restraint and treat
ment for her.
we secure, paojc
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
that cold in the head.
Hollister Drug Co.
C h p r h 9 r t
L U 0 I II 0 I I
j ROCHESTER, Minn., Sept. 21.
Governor Johnson died at 3:25 this
'morning despite the use of every
method of preserving life which the
physicians could cmnlov.
KIEV. Russia, Scot. 21. Anti
Jewish riots took place here today,
and tcenes of horror of former years
wre repeated on a relatively small
stale. A score of people were kill-.l
ana hundreds were wounded,
M. D'S. CAN'T ADVERTISE. I
Japan Pastas Law Prohibiting Self
Pralce By Medical Men. .
Toklo, Sept. 11. Tho Department of
Homo Affnlis has issued nu order
which prcllcilly forbids all advei-
itlsementb by phvslclaiiB In the nature
of "putTs" to .themselves and their,
skill Hitherto medical men lu Japan!
have been allowed to advertise. Now
physicians, surgeons, dentists nnd nil
who conduct hospitals will be allowed
to advertise only their names, quali
fications localities nnd charges,
LARGE ESTATE f
Tax v On Brinckerhoff
. Inheritance To Be
For tho purposo of determining tho
amount of I the Inheritance tax the of
ficial appraisal will begin today on
the estato of the lato Nelllo White
Tho appraisers appointed by Judgo
rtobluson ate Zeno K. Mvers, Prank
J, Krugor nnd M. T. Slmnntoii.
Tho Inventory or tho estate that
has been died fixes tho approximate
value of the personal effects at $10,
000. The remaining property of tho es
tato consists of tll8,tiB1.25 In bonds;
& Sog vnluC( nt C4 285.71. tho total
value or the estuto being $223,G33J2
BULLETIN ADA PAV 1
This illustration is one
a tan Russia, fancy tip
1051 Fort St.
AS ARMY POST
U. S. Government To
Build A Monster
INCREASE OF FEDERAL TROOPS
' DEMAND LARGE QUARTERS
Captain FH: Has Been Authorized
by War Department to Proceed
on His Own Judcment Exten
sive Plans for Future.
The r.ict that Hie I'nlted Stales gov
inmenl derlies In mako Honolulu m
of Uio most Inn nrtaiit nim tosts in
tho v.or'd, was subst.inthtcd thla
moinlni; ut the local qu irti-rnustcr'n
department when Chb-f t'Utk C. J
Do Itoo, tu the absence of Captain
Tails Ht'iti'il thai a ronimlssiry depot
will li o&tablbht.l hero as toon its
"Owing to the Inciease of Unltod
Stales troo.ii hero" nld Do Itini, '.!
conimlss.ii y deKL will bo established
1 Ceptaln ,1'Jlls has been authorized
til the department to either get n
Hire' for nri.i) suppUes.' or uso lib
I bert Judgment, by sub llvldlug bin
Iprccnt MiaMnrs on Hotel street. V
y moro likely, however, tint a now
plnco will ha obtained for Hut pur
In order to gel supplies ttom llie
local maiket tho otllclals or the iiiar
termastel s depurtmt nt In Washington
authorized Captain Palls to ulicrtlt.fi,
for bids for the store for commissary '
During the Spanish-American war,
vben troops wcio being tinmiKirtoil
to Manila vli Honolulu i commissary
depot was ostib!lhod "i Port street
pear tho Lucas pinning mill
Tills van continued until eftcr tho
war Dining that tlmo Honolulu mer
chants received their slutro of profits
from tho United (State government
through ibe loinl commlsF.uy depot.
Thero nio also other plans for liu
pottnnl ImprciuiuuitR which hive not
us jet been denloed.
ONE DOLLAR A HOLE
Board Of Supervisors
Have a Big Grist
At tonight's meeting or tho Super
visors, the new street ordinance will
como up for 'final passage, or othei
wlso, Krom the sharpening of hatch
ets, nnd the wicked lookB In tho curt.
of snmo of the opponents to the ordi
nance, It may bo "burled." It Is held
unjust by many of the concerns In thu
'clt to tax ever) one- a dollar for put
ting In n Kist or polo, digging n hole
or putting In u sewer, pipe or conduit.
On the other hand the Supervisors bo'
llevo they should fully protect tho lu
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Rice & Hutchins
of them called the TOM SMART
Oxford. Come and look this
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Tel. 262. V J
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