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I Mosquito War W. A. KNNEY DENOUNCES
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' fc v Jlaftl leadv FEDERIWBNTROL EFFORT
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Active - Campaign
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Tho Slipper's Wharf Committee, M
a meeting bctd oh Saturday mornluf
last, camo to Anal arrangunnt with
the Territorial Botrd orlfoalth lu the
matter Of Initieuratlng tho so-called
"Mosquito Crnpaln." The plan in
outllnod, will. Involve an expenditure
of approximately $1000 por month, and
tho Territory td be covered extend
from' Krtplolnnl Park and Kalmukl to
Knllhl Valley, bounded by tho sea on
tho makal side and practically the
mountains and lower portions' of thf
valloys on tho raaiika aide.. Tho fundi'
of tho Bhlpper's' Wharti Committee
from which this project will bo finan
ced, are, as Is well Knowp, supplied
through the so-called Ton nag:o Tax col
lectod by the various shipping agents
from .merchants ana iraponers. io
ana importer, iik
ln,u,.l...a f II,. UKrV fnnnnt hi.
,utwtinvif v, ". ","", I
over caiimaiea, ana wntra innuuvcnr i
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Special Meeting Of
For Expression OF Sentiment
Question of Federal Control
The Merchants' Association meets
In special session at 3:30 this aft
ernoon In' an effort to determine and
give expression to the opinion of
the majority of It's members on the
principles Involved In the campaign
that Is biting conducted, at Washing
ton by John O. Woolley In an effort
to Becure the enactment of a Federal
prohibitory law for the' Territory.
JAPANESE SHOT BY
Wounded Man May Pull
"Well, you can mark me down for
tho nut factory," was J. P. Hussey'a
remark, when ho woke up In the po--
lice station cell yesterday mornlne.
Ilus'sey was arrested on a charge of
shooting Kulchl, a Japanese resident
at iwllel, fori Saturday night.
It appears that Huesey and a mate
named('R, J. Ityan, both of them
bluejackets belonging to the U. 8. S.
Colorado, attended the ball at the
Moana and Seaside hotels, and lute
at night adjourned t6 the notorious
district att about 4 o'clock on Sun
The two friends went to Kalchi'i
house and demanded admittance, hut
tho Japanese and' his wife would not
allow the Bailors to enter the house.
This enraged tho Jacklos, mid Hussey
Is alleged to have, on finding the
,1wt l,llti,A,l In llm ivnnn In n win.
dow nnd nred hfs 'revolver through
.. . . ... ....
tlte winnow into the room.
Thero was n curtain ncross the
Continued on Page 4.
noutls lacking In funds b). Inaugurate
.no same, tne, community ana mer
chants nro to .be congratulated In as
uimlng the burden themselves. Ito
uoldlu, In becoming tho seaport that II
'a, and the direct calling- station tor
steamers from all points and countrlei
bordorlng on the Paclflo Ocean, the
grcatmajorlty of which, .are .Infested
with' cptdomlc diseases, cannot be toe
carefully guarded against any of thesi
disease.-!!, particularly with referoncf
to plaiuo andlyellow fever.
Through ,the courterr Of Secretary
T. H. Petrlo. of tho, Shipper's Wharf
Committee.' the following Dlanls klvett
out, which Isto be put , Into; operation;
IIUJO JO rvfpuuu,, u-vu, u punyiyTO,
-.TIL""! "".. .u. .ur.aJ.t; u
immeaiateiy. ana ma eoraraumij'an
IU-Wwruy wB ' y-.iwm- v.
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Resolutions have been prepared
for and against the Idea of the asso
ciation expressing itself on the sub
ject, and there are several members
who are known to favor the Idea of
allowing the matter to "He on the
table," for the time being at least,
The Chamber 4f Commerce meots
for the same purpose tomorrow aft
ernoon. CRUISERS FINISH
1 ' i
Big Eight Will Bid Aloha
Tho Inst of the Dig Eight will
havo finished coaling, today and
preparations" for going- to sea are
fast Hearing completion.
The cruisers Pennsylvania and
Colorado were alongside the naval
wharf today taking on coal sufficient
;to curry them to San Francisco.
The South Dakota was shifted to
tho quarantine wharf to make room
for the vessels which havo been re
mulnlng outside awaiting their turn
at Uncle Sam's coal pile.
The cruisers Tennessee and tho
California are Btlll moored at tho
Over at the Oceanic wharf tho
cruiser Went Virginia Is berthed, and
will remain thero until the time of
.departure tomorrow afternoon.
The Maryland la tied at- the Hack-
t Al rl wl l !? U'IiIIa tltn ITnllaH Qlnlna '
supply mid refrigerator ship a lacier'
I . ... .. . . .
I was urotignt rrom tne ctinnnoi wnarr
tn tlio foot of Fort street In ordor
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"'We are certainty rurtnlna our hesds.lrtU a noose and'mutt stcretly be.a
who noi only are stimulating gsvernirf'en't by''omtrHMlon but under that government .'propose a plan of campaign
that, If i do not miss my guess,- will, false 'the hair Injconsterhatlorj ofi .many, whoars new. helping, on that form
of government because they think It WllMnaugarate a rule ,ty, ''some of us" without the bother of referring mat
tera to the people' once In a while at election.' i ' "
' ' .V , .. j i - 4 W. fa, KINNEY.
In, a communication to the rJ.n.M fe-?rlwry;hM;hardlJ-leu, heard from. To.jtcnttdn of Federal cbhtrol over Ha
1 1 n, W. A. Kinney voices an emphatic", 'my- nilrtd. the-extraoidlnflry-headway 'wall, and the dominant party In lta
protest against the dnnger InvolyeuJu
the present campaign at Washington
to enact u prohibition for Hawaii:- i
Mr. Kinney s letter Is as follawj!- alohB;l,tbo desire and feeling to ie- of our Territorial, rights. This, I be
Honolulu, T. H Feb. 7th,1810.- I uHVeillxwatl.M'ts' status s'b' a Tortl- llovtr. lias been largely unconscious.
To the EMItor of the Evening bu !
1 e 1 1 n, Honolulu! ,
Dear Sir: The dtlxens of HawatM
afe now waking up to tlio fact; that J
vital Issue confronts them In Iho im'lf
osltlon boforo Congress of enforcllijt
prooiDiuouj; against- Hawaii, inroiign
Coiizresslbital action. The West' re-
lwrea indicate that the measure' )rriiy
go through: some say t( s,,ilkcly(0,
say It- i,,ilkclyti Tift .ad,ith.'iillltiir1sn4na
his before. the1 Te iKorlUei'atsJid.fconttitedly'vfof'th
l ; .. ' ,-j'l-miMml ; , , , ,i
, i'.'.'-w.r .. tci.,sr.ii.LMi-'Mn .ill- "7.
goahrough, and this before. the' Xer
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 7. Pat
rick Calhoun will have to go to trial
a second time on the charge of brib
ery, despite the effort of the new
district attorney to dismiss the In.
dictments atraimtv him and tome of
This was the result of the nro-
ceedings in Judge lawlor's court to
day, when District Attorney Fickert
presented a motion to dismiss the
indictments against. President Cal
houn of the United Railways, Tirey
L. Ford, the attorney for the road:
Frank Abbott of the telephone com
pany, and Thornwell Hullaliy. Judge
Lawlor denied the motion.
The second trial of Calhoun will
proceed in Judge Lawlor's court on
Monday morning. A part of the jury
hat been secured, the trial having
been postponed to await the result
of the city elections.
WASHIN0T0N. D. C. Feb. 7.
Newton W. Gilbert was today named
as Vioe-Qovernor of the PhUiDpines.
Charles A. Hagoon, who made such
a brilliant record in Cuba and Pa
nama, having declined this appoint
ment. Gilbert has served on the com
million at Secretary of Commerce
The President alto appointed
unariet a. iinot or Minnesota-at at
tociate justice of the Philippine Su
MILLIONS FOR RELIEF,
PARIS. Feb. 7. Four millions of
, dollars for the relief of the suffering
is the request that the officials of
Pant have made to the French Par
Tho fotlnwlng wireless was received
i last night from tho I.urllno:
' "'I.urnne, 8 p, in,
"1000 miles off, Honolulu 2000
'on,8' Kahulul CM i tons 28 passengers.
ftn lintra mnll Will nrrlvn WAHnoHihv.
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HULCETIN AD8 PAY -
aVW "afl '' aWaaHHM
I ";;i'"':J 'J IIIU
lmmm -IwlJL'lIJaf tl
"v J IJ
made' ln-fioairreg by tlilnmeamre lias
iHtfe or' no 'reiklbn,',tQ. the llnuor'.qnos-f'of
tlonv Jthe motive power )uthlng It
'tnn and put, H wholly and fully in thfHfur the groat tnujorlty of all' parties
portci'BIco andJPhlllnploe clafs.-
"j As jjorig Mlawall t n. Territory I
be can M aay, tjnte become a .Stutc. i
lind' git party cxlgonclos and tho-j
lmperUre nwj of two m6re Hut'irs
uis ueior jiowj reiiucii in .siaiennou
urinned'.'forthiit l(status. ' PVsldeltt
Tuft .aad,itti:,;illltair1srid'.nal hu
LIED 18 HILQ
'" M. -.-.-
.(Iifctsl Ttu I to tin Wireless)
tlll.O, Fcb. 7. Edwin Hart of tt
tt Wallifku was mortally' hurt on tt
If Saturday white Jumping" on' an tt
tt engine ehgajed, on the construe- tt
tt Hon work of the Hllo brcakwat- tt
it er. Hart's leg was very badly tt
tt crushed, add he died from his In. tt
tt Juries on Sunday: The. young It
tt man' was ctUployed on trie break- tt
tt water in the capacity of a survey- tt
tt man. tt
tt EDMUND HART'S SON. tt
tt (Special Mil llettn Wireless) 8
tt WAH.UKU. MAul. Feb. 7. tt
tt Edwin Hart, who died In Hllo on tt
tt Sunday from Injuries received tt
t while nt work on tho breakwater, St
tt Is the eldest son of Edmund Hart, tt
tt clerk of courts. In this Circuit, tt
tt Tho body will bo taken to Ho- tt
tt nolulu for burial. tt
HOW THIS COMPANY
STANDS READY TO
"" While the public has a gen
eral Idea of the business of
a trust company, there are
many who do not know In Just
what manner auch an Institu
tion as ours can servo their
Individual needs. Therefore
wo enumerate the following
features of our Trust Depart
ment: Our Company acts as Trus
tee and Executor of wills, and
as Administrator and Guar
dian. Our Company acts as Trus
tee under mortgages and trust
deeds, as Trustee under agree
ments relating to. Life Insur
ance and declarations of trust
generally, .and receives and
manages sinking funds.
Our Conipany acts as Trus
tee for Intestlng money, col
lecting lucomos nnd caring for
-Oiir Company acts as Depos
itory for Trustees and Officers
having the management of es
tates and funds. ;
Our Company acts as no
celvor and'Asslgneo under ap
pointment 'by court.
Our Company acts as Regis?
trary,and Transfer Agent In
the Issuing and' recording bf
stocks and bonds.
In addition to theso trust
features: ' '
Our Company writes surety
bonds. , . -
Oiir Company writes fire;
accident and Hfo Insurance.
Our Company Insures auto
mobiles against Are nnd acci
dent. Our Company acts as brok
ers In tho purchase and salo
of stocks and hands. A
Our-Company has' an up;to
dato rnnl ertato and rental'do
partment. Our Company routs safe de
posit boxes, ' ' " .
TRUST COMPANY. LTD.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
lauahlno stock In the eyes of those
wall, nd Its supporters, by a scries
ncl hive been paying tho way and
ni'akln'g'thlngs e'lis)'- for the destruction
and nil. cHUen stand uncnnipromls-
Ingly for the preservation of our Ter-
rltorlal .torm of government and the
constitutional right to govern our-
reives In local mattern according to
our .own Judgment.
Our iHitltlon to Congress to continue
to us the nennl contract system, after
eufitjxatlon; pur repented demands'
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WASHINGTON. D. C Feb. 7.
A delegation of cigar mannfacturen
of the country filed a protest today
v.nlh the Treasury and War depart-
mentt iniut. the.guarantee stamp
enforced by the Philippine govern
This guarantee it a stamp re
quired by the Philippine government
to be placed on every package of
manufactured tobacco tent from the
Philipninet to the United States.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 7.
The administration bill carrying the
torporation tax idea recommended
by the President was introduced to
day in both houses of Congreti.
GEN. WOOD IN HOSPITAL.
BALTIMORE. Md Feb. 7. Gen
eral Leonard Wood went to the hot
pitol today for treatment hecetiitated
the result of an old .Injury to hit
(Kadi General Wood suffered a sun
stroke during one of hit campaigns
and this canted a1 tumor that came
very-neir ending hit life while he
wat on service in the Philippines.
He",ws operated on by a Boston
soecialiit and Apparently made com
plete , recovery, .He now hat a re
currence of the trouble,
FRANCE'S NEW NAvTf.
. PARIS, Feb. 7. The Government
has 'outlined a. plan for the 'perma
nent navy of France which includes
the construction of twenty-eight
This afternoon tho Kam nnd High
School succor teams .will meet .on tho
Kan), ground at 3:30 o'clock, and u
g'oodigamo Is anticipated. The Kama
will' put their strongest team on tho
field, and If they can manage to de
feat the Highs they will be tho cham
pions for (ho year.
The schx)')i()ys put up a great brand
nt soccer, and thero Is sum to bo n
Mg gathering' of fans nt tho grounds
this 'nftornbon, ' "
Jury "King Max" Was
As a result of the- Investlgntlnn
tha't was resumed this morning by
the Federal a rand Jury In the care
of the -Japanese poachers arrested nt
Laysan Island by tho revenue cnttrr
Thetis, It Is, now believed to be prar-
tlcally ccrtaintnat n true iini win
bo returned by the Federal lnqusl-f
tors ngalnit Max Schlenlnier,
Max Sclilcnlmcr, "King J
The charge Is that ho violated and
countenanced the violation of ihe'inptiHia-tinpiloniiient und h nuotoi
execuuvo oruer or rresiucni uoose-.
Velt, which Included Lnyran Island I
In the Hawaiian reservation for tho
pruiwiinn ux iiifub.
Tbo Japnnese who gave the- tes-'
itninny this morning' before the Veil-
.IWal Orand Jury' all, jlcclafeij jhkt
nhjiy were-' in' tlio 'employ-of kthluji-
Tn.er ana. proyecuica n?ir wH. oi
bird killing, and the guano business
under tlie.ulfrectlon of their cm-
NOT SUGAR TRUST'S
w w w ws
II nil nill f l.llllll dLL I U DUIIU 3U!fdI
Mill To Supply Market Of
Reports that the now sugar mill of
tho Mindoru Development Company,
for which tho Honolulu Iron Works
has received tho contract, Is a pro
ject of the American Sugar Refining
Company nro strenuously denied by
tho Now York officials of thq Ameri
can Sugar Refining Company ami nixo
tlio officers of tho Iron Works In this
Tho Mlndoro Doveloimicnt Company
Is a Ncif Jersey corporation organized
to handle 'a sugar growing nn.l rcn.t
Ing proposition In Mlndoro. One of
tho men Interested Is Charles Welch
.of tho Now York office of Welch &
Co., nnd as Is very well known locally
Mr. Welch has large Hawaiian Inter-
ests. Somo of the officers of thn new
corporation aro men whoso names arc
found In tho American Sug.ir Refining
fUMttfl n va nffl fulfil Hut mill nnnnnminnl.
ly tho rumor of ihc Trust's oner.itlons
In the IMiillppluos, that wus publlbhed "finery dupaitmcut of tho mill that al
In Now York. This rumor was prompt- Continued on Pae-e 4. . ,'
Conference Held On Water
Rights Of lao
Tho prospects nro bright for the set -
tlemcn of Dip pending suit between tho
Territory and the Walluku Sugar Com
pany, which Is how on the calendar of
the Circuit Court. An Important rou
ferenco was held this morning In tho
Oovornor's offico between officers of
tho County of Maul, Manager I'cnhul
low of tho Walluku Sugar Company
end Attorney Oencrul IJndsay,
Tho conference was preliminary In
nn rffnrt tlutt will bo mndo tn draw
(Continued on Page 3)
Tell Federal Grand
Tills 'tl-stlliioiij- Is declared to ho;-
borno but by the doruuiciltury ree
urds In iiossesslou of the Unltcl
fltnloii District Attiirnc,' nnd It Is
rniifld'ercd distinctly probable 'by.
United Stntei offlclals that "KIiir.
Mnx" will lib ilniwil Into lourl to do-
lend lilnio'f rignlii'st n charge for
-which tlio redurnl ipeifal code pro-
Wiles a maximum iiiiulrhment of six
(The .cnie agaln&t the pdachcrs ha.
been worked up eiiHiUlly by Unltcl
tnmivs iihiiii:l aliiiihv uh-iwuo, , j
and. ,Uls. itated that the evidenced $
itireentnd will bo amply sufUclent'to t'jj
'Nf?innt'the reluming of u true bllli.
u.it,i;ehcninicr, wJin makes np ...
uciii.ii ijni,.iiv;h (ni ii niBiiwon,-,
in bis employ wneli. inoy i,nuuigcn
in tho bird klllliiB.- -'A;
w w - w
T D.ll f.,xn.j
ly denied I nn statement pulill;hcd'inj
tho New York Commercial, (Js
This development rnmnany has
bought u tract of frier lands umt-Jta',,
Intention Is to grow cauo and producai"
tho refined article fur tho Manila in'a'rf
ket. In competition v-ttli tho present'
supply of refined sugar' from Hoiig
kotig. '"; ."
"It Is a mletako to nsemr.u that tho '
local Iron works Is going Ui build mills
that will eomo In compctlllou with bur
local sugars," suld nn utllccr of tho
Iron works. "Tills mill Is to mhkoja
refined huciii for the. IMiiltmilno ltmr-'
Tho Iron Works has-tho contract for
tlio construction of tho mill that will
I cost flvo liundiod thuusaml ilnlhirs.
I All the work will b,b done' nt tho locai,ri''
works, fumlfl)liiK employment for -V
' I until tiwwtiu n Itu u-ll l tins nvn.tnl lii
of eoiiio special machinery for tho ro- "tf!l
;jlJL'-JJJf.LJ-t-l. '- J8 J.-'ajtm!
BREWERY SLUMP AS
All Stocks Strong But
Not Very Active On
' Ten bhnrci) yf Ilruwcry
n tho l-2chango ut 18,2
u drop of"1
tin en dollars und 'sovvnty-flvo cents'
Flnce tho Inet sale, nttraetu.l as nuch
attention us anything In Iho stock mui-, .
r.et this forenoon.
Icncrat market conditions wero vory,5
ruiiftnctory lor u Monday morning, al-.
though tho trading was not very uo
tlvo, Oahu shaded off n Utile, sellingj
on the Hoard nt 35.23, but PlonceM
went up on n between boards sale to.,
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