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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 19Tl-12 PAGES.
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? ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5115.
HAWAIIAN SUGAR MAN TO TESTIFY ON TRUST
S. F.-AUSTRALIAN SERVICE ASSURED
ON MAIL SUBSIDY
(Anitoclateit Prp Cable.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 22. Government officials, including those of
the Postoffice Department,, have indorsed a plan to restore the South Pacifie
trade under the act of 1891.
Under this plan steamers carrying mall will be granted a subsidy of two
dollars a mile.
The Oceanic Steamship Company is tho chief bidder for the mail service.
It is now refitting the steamships Sonoma and Ventura for service beginning
next July from 8an Francisco to Sydney via Honolulu and Pago Pago.
Ailhui of Mil rort has been forecast lure repentcdly In the lint few
months, nnil at tho .time tho decision to H'llt Hip Honomn mill Ventura wih
Klvui nut, Hit' II if I l"e t I II publliluil dill putlculirs Tho Associated Press
ciibhKrum nbovo brings the Hint ulllcl ul nown. While Honolulu limy lose the
rpnl.il Hterra seivko for uiely luent trullle. Hie xtttmiUiH to tr.ulo sentrully
kI iiulil he ii large hcncllt.
frear sees halt
That thoro will lie nn hcwh au tu
IiIh icappnlntinonl until nftcr the boll
(':ih Is tlio opinion of llio tlovernor
today. Ovvinir to Hie fact that Con
nies adjourned jestenlny he thinks
Hint no action will bu tuken fur tho
"I have heard tiotlilliK," ho sild
POINTED SUGGESTIONS MADE BY
BUSINESS MEN TO SUPERVISORS
llnnolnlii liiifllnoi tncii, IncludlitR
ilclegateg from tho Chamber of Com
merce, Merchants' Association, Clvle.
reileiMtlon and olhors oxpreshod tliolr
vlhh fin n better ndnilnltiatlon of
nuinlclpal analrs betoro nn asscninieii
K.illieiliig of City and County Huper
vlhiirH la no limcrl.iiu terms, at n
special inectliiK held lust night.
Twenly-ono )iprc9ontatlo incit pre
rent witcil for taking rtepi toward
llio Immediate widening of Hotel
sticct at Us Juncture with rortstieet,
I'lfteen murebentatUt'H of the al
lied organizations took a decide 1
stand for tho speoily construction of
r load front, this city leading to llio
I'e.ul Harbor imval station. Kom
iiii'IiiIipi'h present opposed this liu
piovemcnt. Tho mipcrvlsoiR inmo In lino for
much criticism fiom pioinineut cipl
tallsls and buuiness men. Thuy weio
- told that tho uppiopilnllon. of sixty
pei cent of (he total revenuos of tho
niunlclpillty for IKed chaigoi and
p.ihules was excessive anil should be
jtcali.'d down to u smaller Ilgmo.
They wore also told that good roads
. or a peiiiiaiicut tutuio wero pir-
That It was good policy to Invito
contracts on proposed ciniHliiiUlou of
nil laigu scctluiiH ot city or county
That thorough work win, far h'tler
mid nun e cdiiiouilcal that wastagu of
ui.iterlul In tuiiiporary ipp.ilis.
That iihii woiu needed lit street
construction who knew tliolr. hiiBlnes'i
and vvcie not iollllcii pets of tho ad
ministration in power,
M'l. it In llm r.iilnltii it lli.nntnlM
I Utn III UIO opinion or """"IIHII
huHlness moil luborois hi employ of
HIS XMAS DINNER TO BE IN JAIL
'I'Icane elo mo iicliancotiienjoyiiiyiriuiuntd of Judgo Monsnrrafs court,
Christinas dinner, JuiIbo, mid I will bo was mil or "ginger" this morning- when
n hippy man" rulbd forth to faco the Judge. Ho
h i. ,.- o, bto ,,r r.,,N rviirlen1 "'"" nH l,'c,rr"' "H uver- l,,lt coul11 ,10t
Siuh wan the bleu ot Dennli O Urien .m)y h)nmlf,
In police court this morning, and Judge "Vcs, Judge, I vvun drunk; but I wnnt
.Monsuiiiit promplly grunted bin ro- to have n chance tu enjoy my Christ -
iiuist nml sent him to Jail to sp ml his urns dinner."
Miiiitlon ot sevui din, and to enjoy. ."Well, you have been coining before
'rS iinMiiiiii.iiiiiiivi iiii-ir,
llfjj ,, i O'lblen, u Imhltual drunkard and n
ins i iirminian uipiier mere,
when seen at noon, "anil I do not ex
pect to know until after the holidays
are ocr, Congress adjourned jes
lerday niul nntlilnii will ho done until
It H In sesMlli, iiK'iln, ..All -tJie ap
iu.liili,u.iitu r.iino liprrr thni lrt,u
.. i .... it t t i i .t ".. iu --.
.i. li i i.. .,.!, .i ,i..-,.-lii ;.
rcind ilopartmoiit lmo ncop oifnrm-
ed an honest day's work.
That stilct economy tliouhl bo ex
ercised In the eNpeudltiiro of tin cu
quartern of n inillioii dollais If icsulU
weio to ho obtained.
That inphl Increase In piojo ty va
lues inado lmiuodlnte .icllou In ac
iiultlng Hotel street propyl ty Impera
tive. That theio was au endless amount
of work to ho dono In this city to
mnko Its tlinroiighfaies .presentable
and icmovo tho present stlgnn o(
That petty bickerings jmoi.B mem
bers of tho board of supcrvlxora
That tho plavliu; of peanut pullticn
was of no cicillt In the board or ItU
Indivlilml iiieinberH, and the perul
i loin prattle a should cease.
That It was t lino that Hie board
.ot busy niul did Miuiethlug In unlet
'.( perpetuate their names on tho mil
of municipal fame.
(Continued on Pago 2)
FOR THE KILAUEA
"Kioiu tho guests or tho S. S.
Kiluiiea on her maiden tilp, Deo.
"J to ll,'1- Is tho Inscription on n,
nuignlllceiit now VlUrolu that
was sent to tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company tho
other day for nan on tho now
steamoi. ,Tho Instiiiincnt with a
v good number of records thut will
bo Inci eiibeil later has been In-
stulltd on hoard the shin and
! will bo a snuico of lunch pleas-
; uio to tho future passengers on T
l,,u nl'"lU 1IW lUIIU llllfll. T
J .1... ..1 II. I I II A
mo uultn rrtuuintly of bile." caino bick
me iuiin in (iii uuy 01 line," caino uick
.Muusairat, anil the sentence followed
W. 0. COOKE IS CALLED
BEFORE SUGAR INQUIRY
BY C. S.
(Kpoelal Uu I let In
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dei 22.
the Hunlvvlik committee Investigating the suirar problem Soon nfter
Christmas V, O. Cooke of New York ll scheduled to appear ami te.itlfy. He
comes to speak for the Hawaiian sugar Interests.
Mr. Cooke, although ii 'nll Street broker, lm kept close tub on tho
sugar Industry In the Iliiwiillan Islun In. .He linn spent iniitli lime there and
In entirely fumlllnr with prevailing cfliillthm. Hi knows the tout of produc
Hull, .transportation mill prices that in mt be obtnlned to leave living prolltn.
The llnrdw'lik cominlttie heKiin by ilentlnK lta attention ihlclly to the
aiiKnr triiMtn of this loutitry. The reo nt mfvuncen In the price ileuTn mleil for
rcllneil HUBur has cnuxeil the commute ) to tnke up Hint tuple. IliTorts are be
Iiik made to ileterinlne Juot what cnussl the iirlnus Incrcakos ami what must
bo done to rcKture normal conditions.
It was the original Intention of til 3 eoinnilttee to take mi further testi
mony nfter the nssenibllnB of Conurew. December i. In fait, n report linit
licin mapped out ami the plan wan to unbuilt It to the llounn ami call the
Inquiry closed. Thin determination wns changed because of the Midden and
rapid advance hi the price of refined iKal'B. It wan decldisl tu suiiimon ad
ditional wltnesscH niul ascertain reisivis for the Increase.
T0 Help Pearl Harbor;
That tho ntiolltlon of some or the continued the ntlmlrot, when shown a'
Minuller navy yards on the Iiist Coast" Wnslilngton dlsontch to the eftect that
would liidlrectli- benellt Pearl HUrl-.r.l",,ntuna,nirtrf,.''.,'ln'., on, Nv
' - t---
I "'e opinion ot Admiral t ovvles. iwk
,,,w 'iiinn 'i T.U11111111 uhh-hi i
....... .. . .., .,..v...
to C;nBresH cstcr.lay. ri-coinmeniieu
the abolition of tin, nmaller ,ur.ir.
where little woik of cuusiouence In
done, and Hie concentration of naval . ,.nonnol,M , t(lllt ms u,eu minlc (ll slide for n hostile ileet to support land
streiiRth 111 ships, ruiui and stores nt 1 110 nr0oklyn navy yard, mid turn tlng parties with u heavy shell lire, und
the larger yards. Se'cretnry of tlioKay'ntu wharf sltis. as this illspjtcb s.iyn.jt" prevent the posslldllly of such ii
Merr hut. also advocated thin policy, fM .,0sslblo that It would be abandon- wtukness we desr. to establish n inor-
for some time past. Admiral Cow Ion
In heartily In accord with these sug
gestions, und sees even a greater fu
ture In stole for I'earl Harbor, If thn
proposed plan In carried out, than In
expected under the present svstcin.
"llndouhUdly I'earl Harbor. Mure In
land mid Ilrcuarton can handle all the
work on the West Co.ist," said Ail -
mini! Covvlen tills morning, "and an
these nre the only three on tho I'liclUc
It will bo lomp.iriitlvely easy to hold
down the iiuiiibir. It will be u harder
mutter, hovvvvir, to abolish thoso til -leudy
In operation on thn Atlantic.
"I don't slo how we nro going to do
away with the llrooklyn navy yard,"
THREE SECOND INFANTRY MEN .
HONORED FOR HALEIWA RESCUE
Three privates ot the Second Inran-
try, John Morris. Hen I'leak and Wll-
I la in H. Hcntileii. have Just received the
signal distinction or honorable mention
for braviry In saving u comrade. Cor-.
dorat David 11, Minis, from drowning.
Tlio rescue occurred latt September
near llalelwa, and now otllclal recognl-
Hon or the att of bravery has been
taken In Hie rami of general orders No.
M or tho Western Division. Honornldo
mention does not cany with It mi In-
crease or pay, as does n ccrtllleiite or
merit, but It ndds greatly to the din-
I FORTUNE IN CAPS FOR CHINESE
Ht ...... ...111. ...fill .. .1
1HUII Willi II HUIIHMI UJ Ml rtlliri i-
!nn or Kurumnin Gurin-iiM uuch .h
.... ,...r.,.i.i i., i ,. f..,.,.n
. , , , . , ' .. . .
,out III Cilim ii few weeks ago," said
V. T- !' Waterhouso this niTiilug Mr.
Wiilerhouse and Albert Wutcrhouso re-
'turned an the Japanese llnir Chljo
Mum yinterday from tin Inspection
'visit to Tun Jong Olok and l'ahaiig rub-
lur plantations, In l'iruk, Kuleruted
Malay Status, and on their return saw
something of the effects of the Chlneso
( Tm aU(!ueH nro ,.,!,. oft , VM.
neso heads In greut stle," said Mr.
, Watirliouso thin inornhig "In Hong-
(ng, f0r lustmice, suventy-llvo pir
(.cut. luiva cut their ciieues, it Is said.
The conscnucnco of tho cutting was
The consequence or tlio cutiuiK was
thut their heads needed protection, tho
Hawaii will noon luvfe nn limine; before
rciiiHiinil porii wouij hrnuiliiy lie Hie
tmy t,rco yaflUtntUnta on Hie- Allan''
-. Kr., ...he.
rallHP ,UB mo ,IH. nn,, ,,. miiiiir,.
ry, Voll , Rct tllllKH ,lono t,erP
Of courM-, If the city of New York U
..nil.,,- i ,.. n, ..., u
eil. I don't know of unotlur that could tar buttery ut thin point Thin would
tnko Its place, though. The New i:ng-iiiinpil ships to keep from eight to ten
laud coast Is foggy nt limes or the ear thousand yards distant."
and the vviiither In unusually severe. A,i,ral Tboiuun ban expressed hlm
Somueh work on ships has to be ,1onoL(,,f ,)tf,K Wrtl n llcconl wlt,
lantage''0" " a-, Murray's reeommendatlonn.
...... ... . .... . 'vvhlrh meet wllh tin undiinlinoil nil-
i -- ..........
i.fiii t rxi i'. wptinipp rnniuiiniiH 1111
, much to make I'earl Harbor ono of tho',rm"1 or ,l,e lmvy "r"nance ouicers-
most Ideal navy yard locutions In thn
world, according to Admiral Cowlen.
Here It will be possible to do every
Mirt of work eviry day In the ear, mid
undoubtedly fiom Its strategic position
mid from Its up-to-date facilities, I'earl
Harbor In destined to be the great naval
base of the United Htutcs.
tlnctlon of a soblhr's record.
The order, which wns received nt
ibpirtment headquarters this morning;,
rends as follows:,
"Privates John Morris, Ben Plenknnd
William II. Suiuleu. Company ,i:, Sec-
niul Infanlry, are honorably mentioned
an having distinguished themselves by
meritorious conduct, commendable
courage and Intelligence In effecting tha
rescue of Corporal David It. Minis, sama
lompany, from drowning, September
111, lltll, on the ocean beuch near Siho
field llmruiks, Hawaii Territory."
is .1 I .... .. i-.. .
I'tim nrUHUT IUIIIK ll IUIU Ulllne&U
vftiw heliitf of uu una. Tho uiuiily ran
,.... . .. i t - ..
out everjvvhere, mid hiindridn of dol
nirs were spent In cabling to get mora
11Mi Tlu.y ,.,,, ,mu, ,,een 8oW ,,y
the hundred thousand."
Although th.re wire revolutions to
right of Hum. revolutions to left
Hum mid revolutions before und bo-
hind them, the Wuterhouse boys und
Senator Knudsui, who uccompunled
them, kUvv little ot tho uttuul revolt.
n Shunghul und Hongkong business
went on much us usual.
Hovvevtr, on their way from Hong-
kong up to Sbanghul they wero shlp-
unites with the ri doubtable Admiral
Mr WateHiouse said that there was
iniuiiariitlvilv llitln ui.us of tim r,.m
lunip.irutlvtly llttlo news of tho revn-
lutlon to be heurd uenerally In China.
SAN rilANCIKCO, t'nl. Die. 11. If
the rciomiiiemlutlous made to the War
Department by MnJ -Oen. Arthur Mur
ray, (uinuiauder of the Wisteru Divi
sion, as u reMilt ol IiIm riccnt tour or
.Inspection of Hie Department of Ha
waii, are adopted the Islands will be
'additionally forillled at once.
I Cicinr.il Murray, who r, turned to
- San 1 runclscu Monday uu tie Sierra.
went to Honolulu some weeks iiEo, ami
huh met there by'tbc 1'jelllc fltet In
order that the lii'stloii of tho ih fenses
of I'earl Harbor ndnlit bu studied thor
oiiKhly by both Heiir-Aihulrul Clmiiiieey
Thomas for the liny and himself from'
the nrmy'H lowpolnt. I
'"There Is a huesMtj for more nrmn-
nient If lVarl Ilurbur l to ly prgerly
proteclwl." Mild Clenerat M.u:n,v;-rhr
iiulleilvs op Hie harbor liIdrTirmimi
nr.-mlniuul... ,.o,l ll, lhler.ils nr,. iiiil.i
.. .. . . ,rl,r ,.,., ,-
,,, .,.,,, .,. WA. ,
'. ' " " " '" ,. " '" '" "'hit' "
present lime Ii would lie enureiy m-
Colonel llmlolph (1 Dbert also inado
the trip to Honolulu with the com
manding general fur the purpose of In
specting the site for u general hospital.
This, 11 Is virtually decided, shall be
at Port Shatter, ami steps for Its con
struction will bo taken early In thu
Mr, A. K. Cooko and MlV W. I.
Hopper aro to play tho rolo ot Saulii
Clans to a dozen youngsteiH who made,
their appeals to tho genial balnt
through tho medium or tho malls.'
Tlieso gentlemen picscnted tliciii'
solves la fore I'uslnuutor 1'iatl this
morning and alter cxiiiesslug a de
sire tu fulfill ns far as posslblo tho
desires of (ho authors of tho missives
addressed to "MiHinlovvn, Iteludevr
Streot," vveio given isisscsslon of tlio
Of tlio twelvo letters, only ono was
properly stamped and ut first Post
master rratt was nt n loss to Know
how ho could appease Uncle 'Ham and
the children at tho samo time. The
postofllco rules und regulations sivo
clfy that If letters addressed to Santa
Clans are propeily stamped, they may
bo turned over to any responsible In
dividual or society who evinces u de
clro tu play the benellclent mle. How
ever, It they are not, they must be
toi warded to the Dead Udlor ofllce.
I laving the Intel ests of tho joiuig-
slcrs ut heart, rostiuaster I'ratt do
rldpi, , ,,, , 11M,,m 11Hi
Ol I hlmunlf k,i lin tfw. lina l.n.l , ttnrl In
tho serlo-coincdy that lias ended hap
pily for evci)body
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
A petition tir a writ of error In
connection wllh Hie decision handed
lion n by Judtto C(Kipr III Hie cahu of
the Territory a. (irorgo l.uciiii which
was IikiiirIiI ii In pettlo the lunaui
euttlliK iiestliiil, Is In li- tiled III Ilia
aiiprcme court HiIb iifteruiion, uiiIu.hs
Rome tinlureseeii delay ornir.
Deputy Attorney (lciier.il K. Wliltt
Mutton wan working on tho document
IIiIr morning and staled that In all
prolubllltv lip would have It Unbilled
tnd ready to llle In tho niiptciiio court.
Thin Is beiiiK brought In addition
to tho niiieiu'ed complaint that wan
llleil In tho circuit court eterU.i'.
II tin- petltlun of the Territory In
granled then the niipreine court semis
lor llio lecoiiM of tho cane and goes.
Into the whole matter nn to the cur
rectliess of the Judge's, rullnga. Tho
petition In fn lip based on thu lec
ords. It being alleged Judge Ciiwr
was in error,
Privnte Ualdwln, tho marine from
the cruiser Colorado's eompinv who
was run over and killed by u woik
Irulu near Pearl Harbor oirly vcsloi
day morning, will bo burled this ntl-
ernoon In tho navy cemetery on Nuu-
inu avenue. The funeiul will he hels
at 3 o'clock.
Tho board of lumiost which sat on
tlio caso at Camp Cow lea eslenlay,
rendered u verdict that the deceased
came to Ills death by being run over
by a railroad train, and that no ono
was to blame for tho accident.
FREE TOLLS FOR
tt WASHINGTON, December 13. M
tt Iteprcsontatlvo Kiiovvlaud, who SI
n left tonight to Join tho House It
t$ Interstate and Foreign Com- tt
ii nierco Committee ut tho I'aii'iui i it
ii canal, said ho expected the com- ii
li mltteo would i e m r t In favor of ii
it free tolls for Aineilcan coastwise ii
it vessels using thu canal. ii
ii "The policy pf'frce tolls U more it
ii strongly demanded than over be- 1
tt fore," Kuuvvluiid said. "The sen- ii
ii tlmcnt for It bus grown tremen- it
tt dously since Congress udjiiiruod it
it last August," ii
Si Kreo tolls for comtwlso ship- U
Si plug means hundreds of thoiin- ii
Si anils of dollars saved by Ha- it
tt vvullaii' sugar Interests. Si
it ii u tt st n n tt ii it u st ss tt n ii ii
LITTLE HOPE FOR
f Associated Tri-sn Cable. l
QHANOHAI, China, Dsc. 22 Llttlo
hop of an agrsimsnt (or peaco is held
ECUADOR LOSES ESTRADA
(Associated l'renn Cable t
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, Dsc. 22.
Qsneral Estrada, former president, is
SAN 1'ItANCIHCO, Col. Pee, :;.
Il its: Sk analjsln, Ms. Cd i pirlty,
bUDc. I'revlous quotation, lis Id
Tho Town learn will hnvo another
nrldlron lutttlu with u Ileet eleven to
morrow iifteruoou, taUInt; on tho
South Dakota's fust football machine.
The Kiiino la scheduled for :t o'cloik
on Alexander Weld, I'liiialiou.
r.Vssucl.ile,! pnsn (llte 1
TCHERAN. Persia. Dec. 22. Rus.i
sia's demands have been fully granted
by the Persian government, and W.
Morgan Sinister, the American treas
urer-general and financial advisor, haaI
ST, PETERftnUHO. Riis. Dec. 22.
The Russians have foiled an attempted
ambuscade at Tobrli. All day fighting '
1111 oi in ii o -wi
fSnerl.lt till ill. tin Clil.V
ST, PETERSBURG. Rus.. Dec. 22. 'A
A resolution has been introduced in the'
Russian Duma to raise dutiea on Amer-
ican goods 100 per cent.
CHAMP IS FAT
NEW YORK. N. Y- Dec. 22.-Cham.
pion Jack Johnson arrived from Eng
land today, weighing 233 pounds, he
said, and declaring that he will fight
lor a purse ol ?3U,oou, ,
ALEXANDRIA. Dec. 33 An ll.ll.n
cruiser has seixed the British steamer"!
Menzaleb. earrvnn ilFUlftnn r.. nt.u. h
ment of the Turkish troons at Hodie.'-'SJ
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dee. 22. Immi-
n rat ion statlfitlrti nlurt nut) iats .t,... j
.U.i ...!...!. J,..l.. .!. I L " 1
" ""imt Miirniu mi rr nv Dn
30 per cent. lowr than the rtcord of
WRIGHT LORIMER SUICIDES-
NEW YORK. N. V.. fW 99 WLt, v
Lnrimitf. thm nrtni inrlmis AAA.!t4J ' '
tutcide by taking oat. (Ho was detl
tute. HORNER FILES
Tho Kukulau l'liiut itlon Company,
Ltd., and Albert lloiner 11b nreal?
lent, HiU iifteriusui tiled an answor
to tlio maiiilaiuiis and nlternallto writ:
Iksued tliioimli tlu Terrltnrv bv Hob";
eit Homer, jofdorduy afternoon. ,f
Thu cli.il no wan that the presldoutf
hft.l rilli.il t.l ,,11 n .......lit... nf ll.A
4tocklioMtrH lit October, us ho wni a
nupuised lo do every year. Tho an- 3
swer sets ilovvn lint a picetlng w,-tr
called on November 'JU or this o.irk -to
tr.iusaet wh.itovor business mishit
luiiic iiriuiu uie siucKpoiiiers 0111 inat
Joborl Ilium r, Annie Ilurner niul-''
Mildred llenr.ihan fulled to put li, R.
npiuuianru and llio, mcctliiK lapsed,
for vvnnl of u quorum.' ',
lrurtlicr tho answer states that at''
a previous mooting, tho duto ot thx
iiliuii.il nieotiiiK whs chatiKed to llio
li.st week In February so that tho
flnnnrlul statement uiltiltt bu sliovvn,"'
the books cIosIiik on December 31 of
each j car. The officers elected dttr-'
Ins I'ubiuary of this year wero also'
supposed lo hold office lot n jejr. sfi
jiu invniniMii Uiu llllioilliceil 4U I
ovldenco it notice calllnB tho miutul'j
meiHiiiK ior eeiiruary or net jcar In
accorilanco with tho by-laws. Tho
matter went over for lieurlnp until'
Tuesday afternoon next at two o'clock. !
' I -