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Deal with Lewis &
fer of Agency of Hawaii Irrigation
Company-Lewis'' Are Not
Then. II. Davles & Co. have secure I
tint ngency for thu I law nil Irilgallou
Cotnpaii) fiom 1 owls & Co. this Im
poit.int trnusactloii being u gient fnc
Imi- In tl.u ,li..l eltikfil n.1tfn1ll V llftl'l-
.win., I.v uhlrli tl... Lnunn ImsliiflH
of I.uwls d Co Is nH'O taken mei.
The Hawaii Irrlgitlon Cominny Is
rn entcrprlso that the I.owls In other
huvo been target) lespouslble fur mil
It promises to bo one of the best pi)
lug piojccts In tho Islands, controlling
ns It does the water supiily nf the
lluntnttons or the lluiuakiii coist.
The capital stork rcpteeentx n mil
lion mid n quarler of dollars mid of
this over three hundred thousand dol
lars woiliris held by tho I.el broth
ers. Just what will ho dono with the I
splendid grocery mid household sup
ply stoic of Jittla & Co Is not jet
plated, except thnt It will not ho
eloped. There Is talk that tho house
hold fentuie of the storo will be de
veloped anil that Oeorge Angus,' now
In charge of thu hard w. no department
of Dnvles & Co, will lnivo charge of
Harry Lewis, of l.ovvls ft Co. Blntcd
PACIFIC SOGAR MILL
BO T BY 8CHAEFER
-Through n deal that w'' consum
mated today r A. Schnefcr & Co.
have acquired a controlling Intercbl In
tho Pacific Sugar Mill, which will bo
lidded to thu pioportlcs now under tho
coutiol of tlio compaii). Defore secur
ing control of Pacific Sugar Mill.
Schacfer & Co, were largo holders of
Its stock Ihe deal thnt vas accom
plished through tho ugenc) of W, T.
Ilolh, tho stock broker, gives Hchaef
er ft Co, full coutiol over the Pacific
"Yes, wo have acquired n control
ling Intorost In tho Pacific Sugar
Mill," Bald T. A, Schnefcr this morn
Wo have been largo holdors of
the stock for a long time. I do not
cure to suy Just whnt amount Is In
volved In tho purchase of the stock
"Just exactly what I
had been wishing some
one would send me."
Doesn't it seem good to receive an
acknowledgment like that?
You are bound to receive a similar
one if you place with us an order for
iiineapple. BECAUSE Hawaiian
pineapple is fast becoming recognized
as the STANDARD OF THE WORLD
Hnd is now much sought after in the
We ship the BEST,
CANNED or FRESH.
Island Fruit Co.,
lo; includes Irans-
this morning thnt he had no Idea of
thu lutuitlunii of the new proprietors.
"All I know Is that vvu step out on tho,
first of tho new jcar and Davles &. Co.
-Tli.. fnpl nf thn matter In thnt m
brother and 1 want to pet out of active
More business. We want n rtst. Wo
have w oiked limit for a good number
of enra and we think we are enltlcd
to a littlo leisure.
"We are not going to leavo tho
country. We litiv'o inide our money
here and hope to mnko some more
.....I li.,ll. link f-r.iml) i frfiur W.i uli.tll
lnv..t ...nrn nf n..l- mnnov 1u.ro Tl.n
sale of this propertj and tho t run 8 fer f.
of the agency lito lellevo us of minuF
I detail we have tben cnrrlng
I have shownVmy confldenco In thel
city mid the Inlands by financing the
Knlmiikl Land Company. There 1st
nothing tho matter with Honolulu for
me mid I am suro Kred feels tlio samo
Mr. Lewis would not state the figure1
at wiucn tlio neat ror tne transrer or tl Wellington. N. 7. . Nov. 10. Ac
the storo mid tho ngency was carried , tt cording to the budget, negotla-
through. It Is understood that It was
n very handsome figure.
ttiirtclent to give us a controlling In
terest." Mr. Schaefer said that ho did not
think that any changes or improve
ment would bo necessary In connec
tion with tho Pacific Sugar Mill but
that It would bo continued In about Its
The following wireless messago was
received from tho 8 8. Alameda, No
vember 22, at 8 p. m :
"Alameda, 8 p. m, twolvo ninety
four miles moderate south wind, mod-
erato sea cloudy weather bar. 30 24.
tempt. CO, 96 cabin, 8 steerage, lfilf.
tons cargo. 238 bigs mail, mid Welle,
HANDLING TRUSTS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONS IS OUR FORTE
WILL BE A PLEASURE
SHOW YOU OUR SYSTEM
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 Fort St.
.Company Brought Into
Sun PrnnclBco, Nov. 13. Tho first
skirmish in tlie legal buttle began by
Kuriolili ami Claim A. Spreckels. ex
ecutors of tho ulll of tlielr father. the
lite Claim Sprocket, to wmove tho
Union Trust Company an Wusleo of
thu Oceanic (Steamship Coi.'pnny, of
which John I), Spreckels Ih president
occurred in .IiiiIru MurnBky'B court
jeBtordny morning when the complaint
filed bj tho two Spreckels brothers.
was vigorously attacked by Attoruc)
Sidney M. Klirmann of Hollers, Power j
& rairmann. legal representatives or
lll! tl,l8t company, In a formal iletiiur
rer by which tho trust compiuo seeks
;; YaVihe sou iiz ,;;;;,;? s
Ghrmnnn declared tho complaint
was fatally defecttvo In more than one
way, the most Important defect being
that It failed to show that tho trustee
and the officers of tho steamship coin
pan were linked together In a corrupt
act to Injure stockholders In the
"1 Con,,P,racy Charge,
c?1m,''a1lllt ,"a'lo.B " rnR T'"1
f ,no HwM that tho Union Trust
-"'"i'j -"" - viw nun
(Continued on Page 6)
STEAMER VIA HONOLULU
tt tlons mo now proceeding with a tt
tt view to Including Auckland as a tt
tt jiort of call for tho Vancouver tt
tt steamers. tt
tt The premier, Sir Joseph Ward, tt
tt Is hopeful that tho sympathetic tt
tt attitude of Canada will assist In tt
tt securing tho desired result, tt
tt Palling In this every effort will tt
tt bo made to establish a mail and tt
tt passenger service to Sun Pran- tt
tt ctsco by way of Suvn and Hono- tt
tt lulu. tt
tt A service to San Pranclsco bv tt
tt way of Tahiti Is considered Im- tt
tt possible, unless tho aid of the tt
K American government is secured, tt
It would Eecm thnt cotton growing
on n large scalo In these, islands Is a
project ori foot at present.
A wireless Is reported to Jiavo been
received from Kahului todav stating
that n party consisting of J, T. Mc
Crosson, Prank Thompson, together
with Dr. Wilcox, Intend going to Unal
to look over cotton growing conditions.
Somo 12,000 acres of land on Uinal
are said to ho available for tho fairly
rttn figure of I3S0.000. It Is this land
which will iccclvo tho attention of
tho would-bo cotton growers.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, November 23,
SYDNEY Sailed Nov. 22:
R. S. Aarangl, for Honolulu.
SAN FIMNCISCO Sailed Nov. 23:
S. S. Manchuria, 3 p. m , for Hono
lulu. Ilk. St. Katharine, for Honolulu,
MEMO 2 p m, Ilk. oft Koko Head,
probably S. C. Allen.
3 1-2x3 1-2
30c and 60c
Ali Films List Price
Hollister Drug Co.
IN CENTRAL AMERICA
n n ui nnn ii r
uu milium I
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORTLA1TD, Ore., Nov. S3.
Heavy downpours of rain through
out the statu of Washington and
Oregon yesterday caused much dam
age. Telegraph wires are down
throughout that country, buildings
swept away, crops drowned out and
BLACK HAND AND DYNAMITE
DANVILLE, 111., Nov. 23,
,, . influential Italian
nitUnce of an influer
..,, ith flv. ot),. ,,9V. h'
together with five others, have been
completely destroyed with dynamite.
wxkj the Bi"k
NEW ASSISTANT TREASURER
WASHINGTON, . Nov. 23. James
Freeman Curtis of Massachusetts
was todav appointed Assistant Secre
tary of the Treasury.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22.
Beets 88 analysis, 12s 7 l-2d.
Parity, 4 68. Previous quotation,
TRUST CO:' DIRECTOR
tt On. John McClellan Is to tt
tt serve as n director of tho tt
tt lllshop Trust Company, thereby tt
tt allying himself luttmatel) with tt
tt the business affairs of thu city, tt
tt Men. McClellan Is ono of tho tt
tt best Informed men In tho city on tt
tt tho condition of financial nurkets tt
tt hero and abroad and his assocla- tt
tt tlnn with tho lllshop Trust Com- tt
tt pany will not only lend strength tt
tt to that vlgoious Institution but tt
tt his becoming a more active fac- tt
tt tor In tho general development of tt
tt business and finance will be tt
tt cause or congratulation through- tt
.. n... Ini.lnnH- .1 Bnln. .4
Ul MUDIIIVEB VllVIUB. M
OFF ON A JOLLY
tt n u 1 1 o 1 1 II boys will give t!
tt thanks on Thursday In tho most tt
tt approved stylo. tt
tt Every I) u 1 1 o t i n newsboy Is tt
tt n boomer for a greater Honolulu tt
tt nnd that of courso means the tt
tt greater Pearl Harbor. tt
Consequently It Is the plan tt'
tt this year
Is year to tako tho boys to tt
M Ponrl llnrl.nr Tl.n.. u.111 hno.H tt
tt a special Bulletin train short-
tt ly beforo 9 o'clock on Thmsday
otln train short- tt
o'clock on Thuisduy
tt morning and proceed to tho Pen- tt
tt Insula at Pearl Harbor, whore tt
tt they will have a forenoon of fun tt
tt as bos only know how to hnvo
tt At tho noon hour tho Thanks- l '"" 8a,lt'' from NW for Hono
tt giving turkey, un, pie, and candy tt """ ,"!' MomlH' "moon. The
tt and all the flxln's with soda wat- nl"""0' l" accommodation for several
tt er galore will bo served by tho tt
tt employes of the popular Palm tt
tt Cafe In tho pavilion at tho end of tt
tt the Peninsula, tt
tt It will bo a groat day for the tt
tt news merchants of tho popular tt
tt paper of tho town mid as they go tt
tt the) will make themselves hoard, tt
tt tt tt tt tt U tt tl tt ti tt tt it tt tt tt It
Stanley Cearilinorn of Davles &. Co,
has been offc il ind hns iccoptul,
the )K)sitoii of head houK.icepvr at
New Agreement Found
To Be More
The prospects for an amicable ad
justment of thu differences of opinion
heretofore existing between the Mil
tutl Telephone Company and the mem
bore of the Board of Clt and Couutj
Bupcrlsors Is believed to bo In a fair
way or becoming an assured realltj.
A new agreement, which In seeral
' points coincides with ono of tho series
of flo propositions previously submit-
'ted to the telephone people through
Supervisor McClolhin, has been under
consideration since the last regular
meeting of t
the county solons. This
ngieemi lit was submitted to the Doaid
through Supervisor Logan. The docu
ment wits turned over to the county
attorneys office for a minute lnscc
lion for flaws and Imperfections.
Tho Tolcphonn company is now said
to have dlsplajed a marked Inclination
towards fairness In the drafting of tho
newer agreement. It calls for the
payment of fifteen cents per duct foot
Ly the county for all thu conduit nec
essary to take.care of the city, and
county police and tire Slarnf wires.
This Is estimated at about 18.000 feet.
Thu new agreement exempts the tcle
(Continnedon Page 6)
SPLIT IN HEALANI
There has been a big split In the
Uealanl Boat Club and some twent
five members have pulled out from the
concern. Tlio break was decided upon
at a meeting held last night at At
torney Llghtfoot's office.
It appears that somo of tho mem
bers Imagined thnt the Diamond Ilea I
hojs were trying to run the whole
show, and this peeved the rest of the
Lester Petrlo, tho former secretary
and treasurer of tho Healanls, today
at noon handed over tho books to tho
new secretary, Hert Llghtfoot. Tho
Diamond Head boys will purchase a
boat of their own and will In the fu
ture raco against the Myrtle and Ilea
. If.nl .....tia
This will give rowing a great boost
and, although the rcpturo Is to be de
plored, It will be all for the best In
tho long run.
Tho steamship Swanley, with some
eigni nuuureu immigrants irom Por
tugal, destined lor Hawaii, has arrived
at Punta Arenas, tho last port oil tho
Atlantic side of tho South American
continent beforo entering tho Straits
of Magellan. Tlio vessel camo to anch
or at Punta Arenas or better known to
chipping circles as Sandy Point, on
last Thursday and was to remain there
".'. enmo w mis cueci
bntll Prldny. A cable to this effect
' . ,u-c" ..c" "V"0 '"?nl """"'
' KmilllH llUlllurilieS lUllliy. 1 110 OWBII-
tt ly . . , , . r , "l0''
,,10 arrive at Honolulu between tho 10th
ly .' ' n!r..l",,7!V"" nro
VIKl JUKI UI UVCUIIIULT.
A cable received by the local
ttl2S"r!"r.r.rt dB:ar,mcnt. U Ul9
effect that tho transport Thomas
Intending passengers (rum Honolulu
iiesuucu or tlie coast. About a
dozen army, navy and civilian gov
eminent emplnves have been booked
for passage to San Tranctsco.
Thero will bo a game of indoor
baseball this evening In the Y. M.
C A. gymnasium between the homo
team and the Kallhls. The Kallhl
bujs aro all under tho age of 18.
The game will statt at 7:30 o'clock
mid tli public Is coidlally Invited.
IT BULLCTIN AOB PAY m
U. S. BUILDING
TO BE IDEAL
Details of Architects'
Concrete Is Favored by
A. ltlchle), who Is visiting In
Washington and New York, sonds
i.ie Ilul let In the following de
scription of the new I'edernl build
Through the rotirtes) of the super
vising nichltect, Knox TnIor, I was
Invited to examine tho plans nf the
new Honolulu post otlhe now being
made by Messrs, Yorko aid S.iwjcr
of ISC Fifth nvenuc. New York Cll.
This firm of architects extended
to me all the privilege of going
over the plans, nnd -I will ti anil
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. The
t'A of the. Cabinet meetine todav
was devoted to a discussion of the
situation in Nicaragua. No definite
proirram for any new denartures was
GENERAL WAR THREATENED
PORT LIMOW. Vov. 2.1 TWa
is great activity among the troops
of San Salvador. Gen. Alfero has
assumed the leadership of 1,000
armed rebels and from present ap
nearancei ther. U rvm Imilpafinn
of a general war throughout Cential
JOHN JACOB ASTOR SAFE
NEW YORK. Wov. 23 Jnhn
Jacob Astor. for whnso nnMv ihn
greatest apprehension has been felt,
arrived in his yacht at San Juan to
day, BULLETIN ADR PAY
War Spirit De Armond
Running Burned To ,
Roit Death ,
If not you had better hur
ry before your size is gone.
This is our new tan 0RBY
Oxford selling for $4 00, and
they have the snap and style
in them that makes them a
favorite with young men.
Plans for federal
give oii n partial description ot
The first fnor above tho basement
will be lit Irelj devoted to tho post
ofllie The worl.lnc loom will bn
nvr li'fl feet long.py over So feet
wide. With the lobbies nnd ofllres
for wist master ami others surround
ing the samr, cntrance-ft on both
the prim Ipul stnets
Above the working room fur tho
cmplojes or the post office wjll hoiiiti
open court with court room on ono
md, on King sliect and the cus-
Continued on Page 4)
BUTLER. Mo , Nov. 23. Con
gressman David A. De Armond and
his grandson, aged six ears, were
burned to death here today in a fire
that destroyed the De Armond home.
VtVy little h known of the orifiin of
wie mc or way inc congressman alu
not make ins escape. The certainty
cf their death v. as established by
finding the burned remains in the
ruins of the house.
Congressman Do Armond was ono '
or the leading Democrats of thn
llouso of Representatives, nnd passed
through Honolulu with tlio Tuft
Inrt thnt Usltod tho Philippines.
He was horn Mnrch IS, 184 1, went
to -Missouri when n )oung .ninn and
hns held n lending position In tho
nffnlis of that stale.
OEOROE CROCKER DYING
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. Gcorgo
Crccker, the San Francisco capitalist,
iyvery ill nnd is not expected to live.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
72 S. King St
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