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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1011.
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llnviiilliili 'I lilril Ili-giec.
IIiiihiImIii Ciiiiiiiiiinili rj
llcgul.ir, ." i. in.
Honolulu (ii.iplrr I". M.
mill .11. V. .11.
l.fl lliilui No. II llrgiilur.
All visiting members ol tM
Order ar cordially InTlted to
attend meetings of local ledge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
p .URINE EttlftEH? oth a.io
., MEFICtAL ASSnf:iATIOM. elationi cor
w tially invited.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets .-very first mid third Tuc.day j
wr of each month In Priiteinlty Hill, l J,
t ( V
building. VMling brothers enr-
illnlly Invited to iittiud.
i S J ItOllINHUN. Siclmn
W P. V. TODD, I' of It.
I0K0LULU LODGE, 610. B. P. 0. 1.
t Honolulu Unlge No. 61 6, U. P. O.
Clki, meets in their hall, on King
0i Street, near Tort, every Friday v-
ulng. Visiting llrothera are cordially
Jj. invited to attend.
n v it, ini:N'iinra, e. r.
jV oi:o. T. KI,Ui:(li:i.. Bee.
WV. efcKINI-EY LODGE. K0. 8,
K. of P.
Htm aiary 2nd and 4th Baturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot t.
Hall, cor. Purl and lleretiiuU. Visit
ing brother cordially Invited tt at
tend. K F. KIL1IEV. C. C.
R. A". JACODSON, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every (lrst und third rrlday ut
"30 o'clock, l'jthlan irull,orner Here
latila and Fort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited lo attend.
s. ni:cKi:tt, c. .c.
o hi;ini:, ic of n. & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Mceti on second and fourth 'Wednes
day evi'iilnK of inch month at 7:30
o'clock, tu San Antuiiln Hull, Vineyard
rtreel, near Kniina. Visiting brothers
ire Invited to attend.
m:o. a davis, w. p.
WJI. C M'COY, Secy.
MILTON & PARSONS
are showing n complete lino of
SUMMER AND FALL MILLINERY
Also the latest iioveltlui In Feathers,
riuwiTH and Hand Trimming
HoUl Street Opposite Young Hotel
NEW SCHOOL HATS
Handsome Panama Halt for Ladles at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
' HrnS' F' 8l ZEAVE returned from
t-f JXL New York on the S. S. Wilhel
l mini with a TULL LINE OF GOWNS,
jjt ready to wear, and novelties personally
"t celected. These goods will be on die-
fploy MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, when
Mrs. Zeave will be pleased to toe all
Hk her customers and friends at her rooms
in the Young Building.
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Culls and Handkerchiefs
Daliy Pillow Slips
1027 Nuiuiiu Street
UCtilNNINO JUMP, a
All tbe II JW at lleatoiwhl I'rllM
(Continued from Page 1)
tips, Tim estate Is willing to ilocil
over to Wollors lial lot tho land mill
the few feet tliut come Into Ms pro
lerly, at n liutnliial figure. The es
tate Is also willing tu give up nil
Its pilorlty rights shuulil Union stiect
ho closed up nt any later period. This
Is considered n bis' point In favor of
t lie scheme.
The inntter has hcen held up '
the county for some time mid for tho
last three weeks the estnte has been
waiting for u letter f,rotn the county
attorney's otlloe III respect to the re
fusal tor n building license "We
bought the pioperty early this ear,'
cald Mr. (lult "and paid $47,000 for It.
Wo went thoroughly Into the proposl
tlcin before we bought It and figured
nut thnt only by tearing down the
old buildings which the board of
I health had tlueatened to condemn
time ntte rtlme could we make It a
pajlng Investment and get Interest on
the capital expended.
'J he LcgMuliirc (Jui'stliin.
"We did not no before the Legisla
ture with the matter although at first
no thought that that Would be the
best method of carrying It through.
The reason why we did not do so was
because we felt that If we did It
might seem as though we were itsk
lug something of tho community
which would bcnellt only us. At last,
however, we were approached by one
of the Territorial olllelals and asked
to put the matter up to the Legisla
ture lie told us that he was In fav
or nf It nml thut. frnm the flnvornnr
I down, ever one would back us right
through. Our attorney saw the (lov
ei nor and as he wus agreeable wo de
cided to go ahead We drew up a
bill and Incorporated everything In It
that the government wanted. In fact
we drew It out from the survey plan
made by the Public Works Depart
ment and on which we have been
woiklng all along. As you know the
bill was killed I have since ascer
tained that this was brought about by
miiiki of the people Interested In the
pioposed Illshup street extension, an
they thought (hat It would Injure
their Interests. They have found out
their mlstako since. '
llrcn Up Plnni.
"Then when we found that wo rould
do nothing we had our architects
draw up plans mid sent them along
to the building Inspector. After keep
ing them fur live days ho sent them
back with nnii or two suggested al
terations which wore made, Just' us
r.ist as our architects couiu put mom
In. The plans were returned to the
Inspector again and nfter nnothcrltlon on tho customn force. Oplumj
wall or two u.iya we wero iniormcu
that he could nut Issue n building
"Inquiry as to tho reason gave us
no satisfaction und then we were rc
feried to the County Attorney's de
partment und told that wo would get
n letter Informing us of the whole of
the facts In the course of a couple of
d,i)s. That was three weeks ago mid
we have heard nothing so fur. As far
ns we aro concerned we are doing
our utmost to do what Is right by
tho community. At the samo time we
have ull thut money tied up and get
ting practically no Interest from it.
"As fur as tho question of the shut
ting down of Union street Is con
cerned we are qulto prepared to waive
all priority as far as we are con
cerned with that. This will allow
the commission more frontage on
Hotel stieet und may help along the
extension of Illshop street. The Ks
tnte Is not asking anything from tho
government except Just what the gov
ernment suggested In the first place.
"Wo do not want any money; we
are prepared to pay It out and would
oven take In the whole of the front
age on Union street If such u thing
wns desired. Wo paid ?5.54 for our
big lot and are prepared to puy the
same fnr the remntnlne nnrtlon und
nil thnt we will ask you gentlemen)
to do Is, If you agree with It, to have
the matter put through as fast as It
Is possible. Then wo will have fresh
plans made out and will run up a
$25,000 or $40,000 building as fast as
"Wo aro under a written contract
with Mr. Jungrluus of tho Palm cafe
to give him n certain building and ho
has gono and ordered several thou
sands of dollurs worth of material,
Including oil burners for JiU bakery,
In order to do away with the smoke
that Is such a nuisance at the pres
As reported hi Hie Ilulletln, Food
L'liiiiuilssliiiM-r KttMird II. Illancluird
has In i n putting the prohu Into the
iiiiiniifui'tuin nf pni As a ri'Siilt, he Is
to hi lug nctiiiii (iKuliiNt time of Hie
iiink'rs on Monday or Tiifsilny next,
Tliooe who lire to HllO'T me nilH
who li.ivu ptrslslontly bu'ii )-liw th
stnndiiril und who huvn not taken any
mil ho til tliu warning hIviii them fiom
linn) lo lime,
A ('lilliillililll Is nlsn In I in pi iicet-ded
iiKuliiMt for Killing binl meat Tln ease
Ih in uMiin up In Hie iltilcl Court
liniimimv 'jni Inst of llnwit mse
(ttu 1 1 led by Jiidpii l.yiuir, who limdii
llii mimil. finui iin bench i,il If liny
inuie vveie urimtdl llny Miioi lu pi III
lo Jail llitlxud of MliK Hind
City Transfer Co. -
JA8. ri. LOVE
In n letter from n Honolulu cor
respondent, the Maul News lost Sat
urday published tho following article,
giving alleged details of the "deal" by
which Capt, A. N. Tripp, harbormas
ter, has been dismissed mid W. It.
Foster named In his place:
"The Hoosevolt era of youth con
tinues. Cnptaln Tripp, who has been
on the waterfiont here for' seventeen shipments of lumber us well as Con
or eighteen years, Is out of n Job, duo slgninents of Hour and feed stuffs.
to the action of the Harbor Conmils-
slot), Wily Foster, for a time sec-
ond mate on nn Inter-Island steamer,
and since then with Davles & Co.,
and the Honolulu Construction com-!
pnny. takes the place. Foster. Is not
lo say a young man, nor yet Is ho chartered by the Hawaiian Fertilizer
old. I would call him rtbetwlxt and (company to load a full cargo at Ham
between and whether It wa entirety burg, nn, 0(i,er Kuropean ports for
on tho score of age that ho takes
Tripp's place or for other roa'om
am noi prepareu iu y. inpp, miinc iiavvauun islands at any nay. ino
his mode of speech Is after tho pat-(ship and cargo Is expected will ar-
tcrn of a Dickens sallorman. Not il;
cuttle, of course, but a bluff old son
of Neptune who has battled with
whales In tho far off Arctic.
"Ho was a Jailor In the old prison
on "tho leef," twenty odd years nco,
when things were not so up to date
as now so that when a dissatisfied
prisoner walked out that was about
all thore was to It. I remembor when
four men, who had been mixed In mi
r.rralr on Hawaii which resulted In tlifl
death of a Japanese, were sentenced
to long terms In the prison and when
a couple of tho longest termers walk
fed out there was no effort made to
find them. I wns walking through
the giounds at the Judiciary build
ing one morning and overheard Tripp
Ill tho most matter of fact way tellj
the chief Justice. Judd, that "nnoth
er 0110 of them fellers from Hauia
kun had left tho Jail." Then when
tho overthrow came In '03. U was dis
covered by 0110 or two of'lho radi
cal ovcrthrowera that Tripp had been
on too friendly terms with one moti
urchy to keep him In Jail bo he wa
let out and afterwards given a posl-
i nnu nen bciiiuk m. u nurmui iimur,
lor months but Tripp's honesty sent
the price kltelng and It went up to
seventy dollars a tin and lo, but thero
was a watchful eo kept nn the boxes
that came ashoro. Tripp was consid
ered up to thnt time the most honeit
man In the service for he would grant
no concessions to anyone, even his
relatives. Ho watched the freight so
cinsoly that ho aunoved the men who
brought dopo to the Celestials hero lil
tho iBianiis and as mere was no
show for tho smuggler to ninko nn
honest dollar, Tripp went out. Then
ho went on the front as assistant tn
Captain Fuller mid he has been shift
ing vessels from one berth to anoth
er ever since nnd there was seldom
If over, an nccldcnt. Foster was with
Dnvles, as I havo said and managed
the teams and freight of the firm until
uiliy iioogs siarieu in opposi.ion. i .
Hustace. A deal was made In which
Dayles helped Hoogs by turning over
freight o tho now Arm wit h the tin-
derstandlng that Foster vvould be tok-
en over as a chattel The ; arrange-
i?.!5L..,l0i llaC ,U5'
",,rc, " '" h, u, .'" . ' ""
rather In tho way but tnero was some -
thing more than a gentleman's agree-
ment and he remained. James Wake-
fll.l ... Ihn nmn ,hn nHl.POr,l ll.c
,lnl ll,nt ..,,1 Vnolnr llh lh .tm,
and as ho Is a commissioner It Is
likely ho did the same good turn by
helping him out of that job Into some -
thing that will nay bettor. I don't be-
Ilovo Wakefield had anything ogalntt
,Trlpp. McStockor, another of the high ot rB1" Bauge.ur.m nu riKui up iu
and mighty, may havo had becausoJ"o' 4000-foot murk, and observations
ho was active in tho overthrow of tho, are taken of these and the vnrlou
Queen when Tripp was let out of his
Job In the Jail and he occupied an
important place In the custom house
when he was let out thero. It Is a
coincidence that ho should bo In two
different places when, "nn old timer
like Tripp should bo thrown out of working satisfactorily. They are placed
a Job. Tripp noeds no charitable every BOO feet throughout 'the wliola
sympathy. He has lands and houses.) of tho dlhtance."
He has always been economical nmll
was void In composition of many of The "Hnvvnllan lloy scouts or Amer
tho characteristics of tho sailor for lea" with tho jslogan, "flu Prepared!"
ho could have a dollar In his pocket made Us nppearanco today. It Is tho
at any tlmo nnd pass a soloon with- Hoy Scouts' own paper. James A. Wll
out spending. It Is suld of htm thnt der, heuil of the movement here. Is ro
ho wears today n suit of clothes that ftponslliln for most of tho (Irst Issue,
was inado for him when he was ward-.Tho paper "is a four-pugo one, crammed
en of the Jail; that the chilli did not full uf leading m-itti-r, und Is printed
cost him anything nnd tho making ly the lliillotln.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roikjo Wines
Solo Agents ; Mtimm's Champagne
( Sohlitz Boor
- Phone 1281
wns done by u tailor who was serving
a toini. I don't believe It.
Hyadei Due on Sunday.
The Matsou Navigation freighter
Hyadei from San Kranclsco by the
way of I'nget Sound ports Is expect'
ed to arrive at the wrt on Sunday
afternoon. The Hyailes Is bringing
down n cennrnl enreo llicllldlnir some
The Hynries will be given a shipment
of sugar on returning to Ban Fran
Rhlo Cumberland' Chartered,
The shin Cumberland, has been
Honolulu. The vessel Is already on
Ijtho berth, and scheduled to depart for
j-lve hero within about sixty ,to seven
M. N. S. B. lb ados, en route from
So.itllo, 8 p. m. !HI miles off; mod
erate southwest winds; line weather;
arrive Sunday noon; nil well.
M. N. 9. S. Wllhelmliin, en roulo
from Honolulu to San Francisco, 8
p. m. 135 miles out; moderate K. N.
ti. winds, sen smooth; flue weather;
Per stmr. V. O. Hall, for Kauai,
Sept. H. Miss ft. Kan Miss A. M.
Wong, Mlsa A. Keo, Mrs. li M. Ho,
Miss V. Alvlan. Miss N. Stewart, Miss
Inr.lnnq Mm. Alll nil, I phlld W. 'Mil-
,ep anJ wf( M(ss UuUl i)mnns.Mlss
M. Wilcox, Dr. Marshallan, B. P. Cho
Per stmr. Mi.una I,oa, for Konu
and Kan ports, Sept. 15. Mrs. J. A.
Mngoon, W. C. P.ilko, Miss O. Lewis,
A. D. John.
Per stmr. Claiidlnc, for Maul and
Hawaii, Sept. 15. (1. II Robertson,
w it ' snnvel n ickilnn mir Ka.
n0 D- Ke'llct, Miss Tucker, Miss
K. Wilcox, -A. A. Hobson, Miss Couch,
Father Hswllny, Miss Alice Hoaplll,
Miss Hutchlns, Mr. Hose nnd wife,
Mrs. Urnton, Mrs. W. Hammestead,
W. S. Nlcoll, wife and 2 children.
'F. 8. Scuddor; 11. S. Hosmer. Miss
K. Case, Mrs. C. II. Hart, Miss C.
Wllklns, Miss A. Wllklns, C. Wlcli
ert, A. B. Souin, Jr., Mrs. If. Kalio
(Continued from Page 1)
and then becnuso we could not get men
,, wmlU, tlek 1). lu Jol( At laHt
fom. ,,,,, nnJ 1(,y nro
. wor) , wouM ,., lmv
nu,HunH wnrklp . for me on ,, ort
otl)erg T work
w J(J wat te wm um,
.-" 'tick with you.
"The party Is utbo experiencing grent
' K , ' " ,
""'" '" cn"T
rup!:"e"' A of this has to be packed
ln mrmign Hie ..I'e-l on llicir UHl.
llllin um nirra l am iirn nu lilt,
'"" to " rl't nrouna h rl;'Ke'
u ' no fun' T1,,' "" t0. tbe t,,er0
, n""ul "' wllR" l'r '"" '""- """
String of, Rain 'Gauges.
" 'laxe now "siamicnea a siring
amounts registered nt regular Inter'
vuls At first I I nd some mude that
would hold (0 Inches, but I soon found
that we could not get "to them soon
enough, nnd then I had some put up
that would hold, 110 Inches These nro
TIDESSUN AND MOON
l 3 s af wl V f ' "sT
DMe PS Si fir CS f
Hrnt. h m p in. p tn l tn
M i.M II Mill M7 . Rjfl
f.lf .'..4' ftOi B00
n "lo in ei ui iuv nt ooi 931
14 SiV 18 741 04V 131 MX OCVllCMI
If 40 IS tK 131 n.vi've. ,". W1.J
l IIjOJ 1.7 11.10 40 7J 4S S.NI ..
17 II1 IS 4 IS M1M &.4SJ ,V,7 (LIU
Ijint quarter of the moon Sept, IS.
(Continued from Pag 1)
Japanese Schooner Wijl Return.
The JiipnneHo state thnt they had
been told to remain nt OttrMmnn Is
land und thnt within a year a schoon
er to be Mnt out by a' Toklo frnther
company vvould call for them. From
uliat can be gathered, the Japanese
operating on Christmas Island und oth
er Irlets In the South Srnn are' con
trolled by the samo organization which
bus frequently conducted raids upon
Hie birds on the Islunds Ijlng nearer
the Iluunllan group and under the ju
risdiction of the United Htiites,
I The Jupnneso (onchers returned to
Funning and then took up employment
with Father Itouglir, who controls u
urge, cocounut plantation on Fanning
lis well as at Washington Island, some
eighty miles dlslunt. Tho men nro now
there und nro engaged In harvesting
iticonniits nnd preparing them for the
market In the form of copra. The
Sailor lloy, now In the harbor, bus
some nlncty-luur tons ut this commod
ity on board, which, according to Chief
Olllcer F. C. Andrews, has not been
dnmnged tn any grout extent by the
water that Is tunning Its wny Into the
hold of Ihn schooner.
Gregg Brothers Participate In Salvage.
News Is brought here concerning tho
snlvage opeiutlons conducted by the
Grosg brothers, well known In Hono
lulu, who did lunch towards assisting
In the repairs to uthe barkentlne Aina
7nu, which put Into Fanning Inland In
it diftrcxicd nnd leaking condition The
Amazon wus ladiu with lumber nnd
wni f-n route from San Francisco tn
Milhourne. Tho vessel had liet-n
placed In seaworthy condition a few
da? before the .Sailor Iluy sit sail for
San Frunelfco mi Inr memorable
The Clroggs nro Interested In coprtt
In the South Seis, with lirudqunrtorH
on Funning. Chief (illiccr Andrews
Mntid this inoriliug thnf James Gregg
utilised a small engine In his work. He
also rigged nn improvised diving gear,
taking a suinll mtnl it, nil opening
having been covped with glass. Tly
means of a llttje ulr pump, ono nt the
(Ireggs wns enabled to go down mid
make n careful examination of the
Amazon below her water line, lly the
use of tho Mime crude apparatus the
brothers succeeded In lending somo
llfty feet of the Amazon garbo.ird
streak, stopping her leaks, and when
pumped out the hnrkcntlno readily
tloated off her dangerous position. "The
Amazon In said to be well on the wny
to Australia by this time.
Rolling Did 'the Damage.
The greatest damage tn the Sailor
Hoy was done In calm weather, say
hir offlcera. The terrllic rolling caused
by Uiig swells during which time there
was little or no wind, succeeded In
working huvoo with the masts and
geur of the vcssH. For dajs nfter
leaving Fanning the Sailor 13oy rolled
111 the trough of a heavy sea. Her
mainmast head Is broken off, und
many of the stays are strained or
purled. The vessel looks tho part of
ii wreck as she 1 1'' In the stream
The Sailor lloy t not making n grent
deul of wuter. There Is no dlltlculty
experienced In keeping her ullout with
the constunt working of one bund
pump When the inula und nfter pump
uro used, tlu men work In relays. This
morning there wus but one muii ut u
pump. The copra is not believed to
be much illumined. Tho pitching of
the Hchnontr ulso suiceeded 111 tear
ing the sails from their fastenings.
The vessel has not been it Visitor at
Honolulu In many yems. It was stal
ed this morning that something like
sixteen yean ngo Hie Sailor Hoy ciime
down from the (.''laft with n shipment
of lumber. For years past lliu lilt tit
schooner has been engaged In thu
coasting trude. Captain Krrntt expects
tu receive somu definite advice regard
ing ills future action today. It Is like
ly that the cargo will bi discharged
und the vessel go nn the murine, rail
way fur repairs.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, September 14,
POIlTI.ANf). (ir-- -Arrived: Sept. 13,
Fr lik. Ilnni-hniiuis. hem n Allir. If
Kent 14. Itr. sir. Klrnllilliin. hi nem
Si it, It.
f. H, Hllli:ilAHIII in rive fiom Vn-
kii)iiiiuii ii ii in, Haliiuhiv mul piuli-
nlily sail fur Han I'l'iu'ielscii fi p, m
H H IIVADI'H Will iinlin frimi H-
iillle Huudiiy liiornlug
Allnuuiy lleiieuil Wli kumlmin Ihin
lifwll imlllleil Hull lliu t'li'ilili'ul IIIIHl
U M'Uily In illnnohn lint If,
Look for this Sign
i or canitoc khow
hi j u -
mil vn.ir a jnicnriin pivptiif iiinuicu
IN STOCK BY
The von Hamm-Young
LINK'S HOGS IN
A MELON PATCH
With tho exception ot the presence
In Police Court thlu morning of Link
L. McCandlesH, there wus I it lo or
public Interest. McCiindless was thorn
charged with having allowed und per
mitted his herd of hogs In Kuluinu,
Wulanac, to wander onto thu land
und destroy melons which belonged
to Fred Weed, court olllcer In Judge
Munsnrrnl's court room.
- Mr. McC.tndlesH wns represented by,
Attorneys Mngoon and, Waoves, whii
put up strenuous arguments In favjor.
of their client. They! stated Unit It
was it disgrace to the community tn
hawi Mr. McCiindless, one pf the best
knovvri citizens 'of tho country, hauled
Jnto cout- on a crlm(nal-chiirge. They
saihj'thnt- If Mr. WcedS melons tor
sweet potatoes had been tampered
with, or eaten by Mr. McCiindless'
hogs, ns charged In the complaint, It
was Jilts duty to bring a civil suit fnr
the damages of his property and not
to sue him criminally.
Attorney A. M. llrown. uppcprlng-
for the prosecution, said that Mr,
Weed was a Voor man and could not,
under tho circumstances, bring n civil
suit, because It would cost hi in con
siderable money to employ attorneys
to fight n rich man. Mngoon nnd
AVenvcr argued that tho complaint
failed to show that thero was malic
ious intent on Mr. McCiindless' part
to cause damage to tho melons und
sweet potatoes on Mr. Weed's lauds
ut Mukuu mul asked tho court to dis
charge the defendant. Mr. lliown
contended that It was plainly shown
that Mr. Weed's property had been
elamnged by the defendant's hogs,
and hold that ho was liable.
Judgo Monsnrrat, who listened to
the urguments of both paries, finally
decided In favor of the defendant and
Manoa Sllva, an employee In thu
Honolulu postoMce, wns In court
charged with assault and buttery on
his wife. The trial camo "up this
morning mid was continued until to
morrow morning. Mrs. Sllva. accom
panied by her young daughter, was
Filings nf documents In the Supremo
und (.'itciilt cum Is up (o noon today
uru given below.
The letters shown nfter tho time of
tiling me used fur Indexing put poses
and mum as follows; U, dtvorco; H,
eiiuily; I,, law; and 1', pio'bate. Thu
llguifH am also fur reference.
Kutcmliir 1:1, mil.
2 p in. II 41)7. Marklu vs. Mar
Id e Devi i e,
2:01 p. in I). 4IS7. Murkue vs.
Markle .NiilMn n nppntl und pppwil.
2: IK p in. D, Ii7l J. dim P. Itod
rluites vti. I' Con i la. J minimal and
until e, tte.
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BIG TRADE HERE
Thomas J King, president ' mil
manager of tho California Feed com
pany, bus placed with Paget Sound
dealers the biggest order for grain,
hay mul feed generally ever given
from thu Hawaiian islands, according
to liuvvs from thu Noithwest, where
Mr. King has recently bcem on a
A Seattle paper of August 28 tells
of Mr. King und his deals us follows:
Honolulu upd the Hawaiian islands
arc depending' more 'and mure upon
Puget Sound dealers for their supply
of grain and hay, and the large busi
ness In grain that formerly was dono
with San Francisco has shitted large
ly to Seattle, i .This wus tho state
ment made hy T.' J. King, president
of tho California Feed company, Ltd.,
of Honolulu, who Is In the city con
tracting for tho coming season's sup
plies. This Is Mr. King's twcnty-elghUi
itilp to tho Pacific Coast. He ha
,0(m a tesldent of tho Hawaiian Isl-
ands for tho past thlrty-ono yem.s.
Hu stated jesterday thut ho expects
this to bo his Inst trip. Hu Is an
xious to have other members of tho
llim do tho billing hciciiftci.
"it may seem strange, but no hay at
all Is raised 111 the Islands," said Mr.
King. "Very llttlo gialu Is ptoduc
cd. "Prices aro such thin ve.ir that I
expect tho Pacific Nuithwest will
just about supply tho Islands with
the hulk of tho hay mid grain, parti
cularly tho grain, thut will bo ra
ipilrod this season.
"Thu Islands will rcipiho a large
quantity of forugo this year, Tho
sugar nnd plne.ipplo cinps arc largo
and tho Islands generally prosper
ous." Mr, King has for )cnrs purchased
largo quan'ltles of grain of Seattle
firms. Ho Is now arranging for ship
piouts during thu coming year, ( Ho
said yesterday that llttlo timothy liny
Is used In tho Islands, drain hay Is
commonly used. However, Mr. King
may! decldo to buy1 a llttlo timothy
along with tho other grades.
Mi. King vvns on the Merchants'
Exchange yesterday noon renewing
acquaintances with old frluoils.
FALLS AND DIES
Dan Ah Tack, n Chlneso youth,
uged three years and n half, who was
playing on the railing it n two-story
tenement building behind tho Asahl
Thculor last night, fell off tho ver
anda onto tho cement sldouulk, .fif
teen feet below, mid died shortly nf
lei win ds.
Tim youth, including u tho wit
nesses, lost his h.ilniieo Willie sliding
on u lulling and fell down to tint
Hlieet. Ilia body wus taken lo thu
luiiigiiu this inclining, where the cor-oiiei-'ii
Jui -, summoned by Sheriff Jar
lilt, took n look ut it, Tho Inquest
ullbu held Ibis evening at 7.20
oMtnlc ut lliu pullru station
PeruU Dor Next Wednesday,
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