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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912.
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in the stylo and ehapo
of your footwear seta
tlio mind easy. The
fino -woariniJ qualities
and correct stylo in
a matter of prido
and satisfaction to
On Page Seven
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Hindi em t.
$4.00, $4.50, $5.00
Mclnerny Shoe Store
MAJORITY FAVORS SUGAR TRUST
(Continued from Page 1)
widening purposes IO,r,70; rocon
Btrmtlon of building na per estimate
furnlaliod by hoard o( nppralacrs. $10,.
400; loss of rent from tenants during
reconstruction of building: J. S. Spit
zcr, tlirco month, $7f per month, $225;
It. V. Wnrlmm, two months, $7! per
month, $150; Hco Kwong, threo
months, 35 per month, $105, totnl
$480: nddltlonal loss of rent from II.
V. Wnrlmm for ono-fifth of area for
bnlanco of lease, K85, total $22,035.
Urand totnl, J41.017.
In tho discussion of betterments
NKW YORK, N. Y., May 17. Tho
alleged methods pursued by tho Sugar
Ilcllncrles Company to gain and retain
control of tho sugar Industry In Amer
lea wero described today by Julius A.
Stursburg. up to 1887 treasurer of the
urookiyn sugar Refining Company, In
tho Government's dissolution suit
ngalnst tho so-called Sugar Trust.
Mr. Stursburg said that although tho
Refineries Comnnnv triiRfeoR hnlrl Mm
ami the proper assessment, n general stock of tho llrooHyn company, among
('.lecusslou followed participated In by
a number Including Cecil Hrown, rc-
resenting tho Campbell estato; J, It,
Call, representing tho 1! rower Estate.
Hawaiian Trust Company and.Aldrlch
oblate, v, V. Clumberlnln, represent'
Ing tho Dunrdian Trust Company; M.
I'. Robinson, representing tho James
Itobiusnn estato; A. I). I.arnacli, re
lescuting tho I'crry estate; It. R. Rcld
ford, representing V. V. Damon; Jas.
McKcan, representing tho McLean es
tate; Y. Woltora and others.
It appeared to bo tho consensus of
opinion that It would bo, better for all
tonccrnod to endeavor to arrive at a
satisfactory basis through conference
thnn to attempt to take tho matter
Info I ho courts.
I'ndor tho present arrangoment tho
City nnd County stands ready to plnco
52.1,0(10 towards tho widening of tho
rlicet. There will yet romnln about
fho thousand dollars of tho original
appropriation, which sum, In tho opin
ion of Murrnv nnd sovcrnl other Super
visors, could lio devoted lo pnvlig tho
clreet following its widening.
On a motion passed by tho Hoard
tho committee Is authorized to accept
not less than $15,000 as a compromise
four thousand and flvo hundred for
I'nntbron comer, $2nn for inaukn sldo
of Hotel street from ITelhcl to Nuuanu
tttrcct, $3000 for Damon and Campbell
Kstnto nnd Umpire corners, $3000 for
Hotel street block from Itetbcl to Nun
nun (mnknl BJdo), $750 for Mott-Smlth
comer, $250 for Ilruwcr Kstato site,
$1500 for llenson, Smith section, -n to
tnl of $15,000.
It wns some weeks ngn that tho City
fathers passed nu ordlnnnco which
would coinpol pioporty-ownqrs within
ii piescrlbcd downtown dlstilct to lay
n cement sidewalk In front of their
respective premises. This ordlnanco
iiiis been totally Ignored by a number
of owners of laud lying wlthln tho
Iniulness soctlon. Tho Supervisors
have now by resolution rctiucstcd
( lly Engineer Whltehotiso In draw up
plans and specifications nnd establish
gradcH for a sldowalk to bo laid along
that muddy bog lying on Ilcthol
street lie tw eon Hotel and King.
It appears that tho Kalmukl delega
tion favoring tho erection of a small
rest lioiiHO nt tho Intersection of Wal
nlno road and Eighth nvcnuo failed to
follow tho mandato of tho Hoard as
icgards the Installation of scnts with
in tho structure A complaint has
lenchod tho City fathers that the
plans submitted to tho Hoard nt a re
rout meeting ae not been followed
lo tho letter. Sovoral Supervisors fa
vor a halt being callod in the work
until tho rost-hotiso ndwicatea decide
to obey tho Instructions nt tho Hoard.
Supervisor Murrny lias tomo for
ward with a complaint nuont tho dust
that Is permitted to exist along tho
llght-nf-wuy over which Itnpld Transit
i am pass.
Willi but porhaps ono oxccptlon, tho
C!. and County Hoard of Supervisors
will report fnvornbly upon tho project
of accepting a comprnmlso In the
matter of adjusting tho betterments
us nlnnned bv tho sncclnl committee,
Supervisor Low Is still of a mind
that the Hotel street widening propo
sition should bo dropped until n moro
opportune time. On the other hand,
li Is contended that with a gradually
stiffening real estato market tho city
government can ill afford
many othprs In tho East, tho Brook
lyn company was permitted to run Its
own nffnlrs, with the exception of fix
ing tho prlco of Its output. This was
dono hy tho trustees, ho Bald. Thcso
trustees also Instructed other comna.
nlcs whoso Block they held as to how
much sugar they could produce, ho
said. Tho following directors had
served as trustees of tho Refineries
Company: Henry O. Havemoyor, The
odora Ilavcmoyer, F. O. Matthclsen,
Joim is. rarsons, John I;. Searlcn, Jr.
Joseph II. Thomas, William Dick,
cnnries u. roster, Charles H. Sontf
nnd himself, according to Mr. Sturs
burg. Trustees Got the Profits.
"All of tho profits of tho Brooklyn
Joflncry wero turned over to tho trus
tees, weren't they 7" nsked Mr. Wise.
''I think nearly all tho profits wero.
I know that amounts woio turned nvor
to tho trustocs from tlmo to tlmo."
"What became of tho rest of tho
"It was used as working capital."
This, so far as tho witness know,
wns th courso pursued In nil other re
fineries controlled by tho trustees.
Mr. Wlbo questioned tho witness
closoly ns to tho. nmmint paid by the
American Sugar Refining Company,
successor to tho Sugar Refineries
Company, successor lo tho Sugar Re
fineries Company, for tho Brooklyn
Refinery Company plant. Mr. Slurs-
burg said that although ha was ono of
tho trustees who negotiated tho trans
fer, ho did not know.
"Don't you know Hint It was ono
dollar?" asked Mr. Wise.
"1 don't recall It may havo been,"
tho witness replied
On eross-oxnmluatlon Mr. Stursburg
said that tho physical valuation of tho
Brooklyn plant In 1S83 wns moro thnn
$1,500,000. Tho profits In 1883-4, ho
Bald, wero about $500,000. When tho
company entered tho pool cnntiolled
hy tho Sugar Itollnerles Cnmpnny trus
tees, ho said, thu stockholders receiv
ed for their holdings trustors' certifi
cates of a par vnluo of about $3,500,.
noo, which ho considered a fair prlco
Tells of Sugar War.
I'rlor to 1887, when tho refineries
company was formed, tho witness
said, there wns vory III t lo profit In the
business and a number of refineries
"Thon camo tho organization of tho
Rotlnorics Company and Its attempt
lo curtail tho output, did It not?" ask
ed Trnnk T, Crawford for tho dofonso.
"And that efTort lo curtail produc
tion failod, did It not?"
"What happened thon?"
"I'rlcos wero lowered; sugar was
sold without regard lo cost and com
petition wns hot,"
"What effect did that havo on bus!
"It demoralized It nnil ninilo It vory
A negro nnd n while man who
were awaiting trial for robbery In tho
county Jail nt Rlvirhcnd, I,. I es
caped while In the yard of the Jnll tak
n :: :t n :: :: :: t: :: i: i: :: it a
with tho proposition of securing the
necessary laud required for tho widen
ing of Hotel street at Its Intersection
to dally, with Fort stroot.
A, 1. TAYLOR, tho newspaperman,
was among the departing passengers
for Hawaii In tho Maunn Kca this
K. UYKDA, proprietor of the I'yeda
lint store on Nmiami street, who has
been visiting in Japan for two mouths,
returned yesterday in tho Chlyo Maru
JOHN YOUNG, of Young Brothers,
launch-owners, Is returning to Illlo af
ter Boveral weeks spent In this city
during tho illness of his brother. Will
WILLIAM It. KINSLKA. with tho
grocery department of T. 11. Dnloa &
Company, nailed for tho Big Island in
tho Mauna Kca this morning on a
brief business trip.
MANACHR SUNOUCIII, of tho Shln-rlu-tel
club on Vineyard Btrect, was
nmong the arrivals yesterday from Ja
pan In tho Chlyo Maru. Mr. Sunnuchl
In well known In tho Jnpanese com
munity. "JACK" I1ELSER has weathered an
operation for appendicitis nnd accord
ing to reports recehed from his phy
sicians this morning ho I on a fnlr
way .towards n speedy rccoery. Mr.
Del8cr Is an Inmate of Queen's Hos
pital. HENRY W. KINNEY, tho editor of
tho Hlln Tribune, now authorized to
Issue a booklet under tho direction of
tho llllo Board of Trade, departed for
the Big Island In tho Mauna Kca this
morning. Editor Kinney will make a
completo tour of Hawaii before re
turning to his duties ns editor of tho
MISS DOLLY CLONAN, Miss Lottlo
Clonnn, accompanied by their mother,
Mrs. ,M. Clonan of Sydney, N. S. W.,
weronmong the numerous passengers
departing for Illlo nnd the Volcano
this morning In tho steamer Mauna
Kca. Tho party will spend sonio
weeks on tho Big Island lu visiting
with n sister, Mrs. Stevenson, wife of
V. L. Stevenson, at present editor of
tho Illlo Tribune.
Juvenile workroom nro soon to be
opened In Vienna for the benefit of
boys nnd girls who nro roaming nbout
tho streets, it Is intended to carry on
Initructhm In the handicrafts, with tho
purpoio of giving the children n
chance tn becomo useful members of
noclety, Inxtcnd of Idlers nnd vaga
bonds and, poxslbly, criminal.
"Soap" Lockctt, a negro llrcmnn on
the Gcorgln Midland Railway, plunged
bend Hunt from the pilot Ixam tn
xavo n white child which hail run on
tlm tracks, l.nckett rolled off of tho
truck with the child In tlmo to escape.
rirst-class milliner; white preferred
Must be experienced Bon-Ton Hat
Shop, Club tltaliles lilk. ,
Stenographer. State experience mid
salary wanted. "V V C," Scusldo
I'nrty who took pnrkago from roof
garden, Young Hotel, Haturduy,
plcibu return to Bulletin otitic
Nice furnished room, $10 per month,
1901 King St Mosqulto-pmof
Mrs. J. l Mellm. IK 1 Intel; lion
39tl. Beautiful Madeira embroider
ed bailies' caps, Hacks and dresneri.
Initials anil liciuKtltchlng to order.
For hack, ring up 2307,
Curios from all over tho world at tho
It goes without saying that every-'
thing Is Bcs' at The Encore.
Special prices on potteries nnd
brasses. Arts and Crafts Shop.
Always buy at tho stores that glvo
Orccn Stamps. Thoy'ro as good ns
Smoko tho Owl Cigar. lis the best
flc cent cigar on the market. At all
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
nono better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tho store of Henry May ft Co., Ltd.,
will bo closed nil day Thursday, May
30th, Decoration Day
No dry cleaning equals that done at
the French I-nundry, where Abadlos
French Method Is used
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-lsland at $6. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
Did you cicr try tho Export Hat!
Cleaners on Fort street with n soiled '
hat. Satisfaction Is guaranteed.
It you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago MTg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Island agents, Ec-rrcady Auto start
er; aulo repairers; M. t King, nigr,
Queen and Mllllnnl Sts. Phone 3U3G."
Something now. Royal Navjf hi
cycles. Frco wheel, roller chain,
nickel rims, double brakes, $10 00,
Dowson Bros., Smith and Hotel Sts.
Dr. W. T. Mooro hnrf taken tho W
It. Cnutlo residence during Mr. Cnsllc's
absence. His resilience phono will bo
Thoy'H look like they woro made for
ou, when you get them from Geo. A.
Martin, tailor, llothol strcoL $20
For an auto call tip Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phono 2511.
Seven-seated Pope-Hartford, No, 92'J.
W. A. Fernandez has llled a petition
In bankruptcy, estimating tho total
unsecured claims against him nt
$832.95 nnd usscts $507 30.
Tho Hawaiian Baud Organization
wIbIi to express their thanks tn nil tlm
artists who bo kindly and willingly
gnvo their assistance to the testlmon-'
Inl concert to Captain Beiger last
Latt Duck, n Chinaman of Wnlalua, '
was convicted by Judge Itnblnson yes
terday of Belling liquor without a lic
ense, thus sustaining tho decision of
tho District Court, from which the ac
cused had appealed to tho Circuit
Court. Ills Bcntcncc will lie pro
nounced nt 9 o'clock Snturday morn
On Saturday afternoon, Juno 1st
from 3 to 5 there' will ho a school ex-,
Mbit at tho Kamchamchn Sthool for'
Olrls. It will bo' an exhibition of
class-room and Industrial work. Thore1
arc no special InJltntlons; any one in-'
tcrcsted In Btho(lvvork Is welcome. I
Tho alumnae of tho school will scro
punch nnd cako for tho benefit of their
relief fund. I
W. C. Peacock K Co, wine and liq
uor merchants. Merchant Btreot near
Fort, havo called attention In tho col
umns of this paper several times to
the distilleries they represent. The
liquors Bold by tho firm nro of tho
highest class, n fact which warrants
their catering especially to tho 1,-ado
of families who wish something out
of the ordinary In liquors, "for tho
stomach's sako" Tho linn's telc
phono number Is 1701.
Tho $250 ball bond furnished hy H.
K. Ogawa for I'ra, a .lap.mVse ac
cused of assault and battery, wns for
feited this morning when tho defend
ant failed to appear in court when his
caso was called by Circuit Judge Rob
inson. No bench warrant wns Issued
and tho case was ordered dismissed.
Urn, who could not bo found by his
bondsman or nttnrncjs, wns accused
of attacking Kongo Miyamoto.
GETS $5000 AN
INCH FOR HIS
And Your Store
Our store so far as the name over the door is con
cerned; your store in respect to the merchandise inside.
This is more than ever before
a store for mothers and boys.
XTRAGOop clothes make it so. And
XTRAG00D clothes are like your boy,
they "grow" every year.
It doesn't matter how hard the boy
plays or works. XTRAr,00D clothes give him
better service, longer wear and greater
durability than the ordinary makes.
A boy's suit is no longer right without
style. XTRAGOOD clothes for boys have
the same splendid style that is nowadays
put into the swagger Young Men's clothes.
Your boy looks good to you and others.
And back of it all is the best tailoring
and materials to be had at any price. We
want you to come and see for yourself.
You'll understand better why we call this
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Elks' Mdg. King St.
The one machine that com
binei SIMPLICITY, DURAOIL
ITY, SPEED, GREAT MANI
FOLDING POWER, VERSA
TILITY, PERFECT ALIGN
MENT and VISIBLE WRITING.
See the OLIVER at our Store.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
riercn - Arrow: first - cIiikh condition
Cull Itoyul Ilaw'n fluruge, Hotel St.
NEW - TODY
I will not bo respmisibln for the pay
ment nf iiny bills, from Ibis day on,
thul are Incurred without my per
sonal or written order.
H lliretnnla Ave, Honolulu, May
Ni:w YORK, N Y Poler' Ilnllburg,
a plumber, was awarded 115,000 dam
ages In Justice Ilrndy's part of tho
Hupmno Court eMcnlay for n Khrlnk
n Kv nf threo Incli. In Dm length of hit
right leg, iih Ihe ri'Kiilt of an accident
The Jury look llfticn mlnutuH to reach
Ilallliurg was run down by un elec
tric engine owned by Ihe New York
(Vnlral mid Hudson Itlvir Railroad
Company In tho winter of 11)11 at
rorty-llftli Btrect and Lexington nvo
nue. He wiim employed by James Mo
CuIIukIi. n contracting plumber, of No.
218 Vct Thlrty-Hlxth Btreet. Iloth
the company and MiCiilliigli wero
named iih defendant!) by Ilnllburg, who
alleged that while he wa at work on
u platform of the mad ho wan struck
by tho "Bhoe" of the electrlo motor
What In Bald to be the largest trout
caught In Montana wax captured the
olbcr day by u country hotel proprie
tor Tho fl.i neighed 11 pounds, was
31 luchiiH long and had u circumfer
ence of 10 InthCM
Ono hundred dollara nnd rnxtx of
court wan tho hciiIciico which I'oltco
Judge MoiiHarrat handed down thin
morning to John Alnpal, aged Hawaii
an, who ran a "blind pig" at Camp '1
last Saturday night. Tho defendant,
auppoilcd hv u big wnlkliig-titlck, alood
liefnro tho Mnglslrnlo ami ndiniiled
).ln guilt, lie would not, lmwciwr, dirt
cIoko tho nnmos of Hiobo who nro bo
1 Unci! by tho pollio authnrlllea to
hao been tho original perpetrators of
tho Illicit truUHnctliui.
John TowiiBloy and "Jack." a South
Sea Islander, anil well known to tho
local police, wero llled thU morning
for fighting at Aula I'ark 'vontorda
morning. At first, Jack pleaded tint
guilty, but when Pinned down by the
prosecution admitted guilt and 'wan'
fined IHo dollnra and eosta. Townaley
was nlho fined tho namo amount. Ho,
gave tho Juilgo a -bohllerly salute aft.,
cr Hcutcnco had been administered.
The Liberal nnd-Uibor p.inr In
Louden condemn the mi ntence of Tom
Mnnn the leader, who wuh Bontenced
tn Jail for Inlng U Inllntnie troopj
put ,'n tire uiKtrlliLrn The papers lie
dare it problPlU frieiluin of npcech.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS FROM
Kwong Sing Loy & Co.,
King Street, Three Doori from Bethel
1XE take great pleasure in announc-
ing that we have received the
largest purchase of
it has yet been our pleasure to place
before the public of Honolulu.
The showing will be immense.
The values just as great
as the showing.
The whole will be placed on Special Sale
Monday, June 3
Watch Next Saturday's Paper