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tot (tffl(f 1 1 & 5. ' ' 17 i Si 4 -tin : if1' n n . ! fr1 ' ! ' " . " 1 I Ai-iA '1TJ:: - v:i.4i.. .v. ; i ' 1 o 1 - "T""i,P;''l Automobile m tirst class 1 X IIP FOR (Continued, from page one) t&ilert here. - He said - that he : had- tfw. ! prepared a large i number Tf subce- ? V jits, tvo ot -which have already been , . ssrved, one on a Chinaman of Hi!, had the second o2e on a local man y 1 eai4 to have dealt extensively .with tNe Hawaii Meat Company. The tth . tef's will he served Tithout Melay, he ' .V-' said.' ' T v ' - v '.., reckons received this morning - a -list of the ranches alleged to sell their beer to the Hawaii Meat Company oi i 'uslvely. vThls list ; IhcludSSs the " Parker ranch W. H. Shipman, Robert ; , IKnd, - John' ' Maguire.:' ' Green well . Brothers' ranch ynd Wood" Brothers - ' ' ranch, all of Hawaii;' Kamucla sheep Etation, Dr. J..H. Raymond an'd Hale v ; aVala ranch, of Maui, and the i L. il , McCandless - ranch of Oahu.-, There is . ' v some difference of oplnioA as to whe ther or not the Htlcakala ranch sells : Its meat to the company." On One on :tbe other ir I strongly contended that it runs Independently. Until the return of Aity.' Carter tomorrow from Hawaii, the Question will remain open, as 'Officials of the company, in his ab sence, refuse tp make a "statement ' The list given above, it Is believed, with the probable exception: of the Haleakala ranch; will bqjf concerned In the .7 gi'and jury1; investigatiop,i and their contracts with the company, if there be any,;wil be called for to de termine whether or not they" were en tered Into in violation of the anti-trust statutes. So far all pf the ranch-own-j moned,iit Is-knownu.U. k :-ivtv; 1 "Ttere, tie 'ttiree retail markets in Honolulu wtiose dealings' with: " the Hawaii Meat Company, wilf.be 'looked Into, by B reckons. They are the Met ropolitan, 'under .the management of WIHiaai iP. Hellbron ?and A. Louis, the Paragon,' managed by Tam Hing; and C Q. Tee Hop Company. Of these three pnly two arc aid to have exist ing contracts, a Q. Yee'Hop broke with the company some time ago and has been importing as much meat as possible from the. Antipodes and buy ing here independently whenever pos Sible. .-. ' (VQ. Tee Hop. stated this morning that his conJract, expired, more than three years ago with the firm. In such a proceeding as contemplated by ' Breckons,- the statute, of limita tions is Jlhree years, which i would 4 K ' ' V - ' The Family Drink 1 1. Botfled where the Best Grapes Grow Have you tried it? great deal of comment at that time. . ; Men . in touch ?with the meat: situa tion here declare, that it is extremely unlikely that those who''wi!l be made defendants in the case had any knowl edge that their operations would brin up the questloa of an anti-tru3t suit, and maintain that the violation cf the! anti-trust law is a technical violation, it at all. It Is pointed -out thai .most of the contracts haVe probably been in existence a long time without raising the question of a trust. the company out of the reach of the law.:; The Metropolitan rand the Para gon, markets', however,' still have live contracts, it "was said . this ' morning, under which they covenant to buy their meat exclusively from the Ha waiian Meat Company. . -.. i" -., : A. Louis in'actlve 'managemeht of the Metropolian, witle admitting the existence of Che contract and its "ex clusive" clause, refused to .''make a sttttement other than .to say that his firm courted an" Investigation. Breckohs is in possesshra -of a, coh jraci; between," the Central Meat Mar ket -of Hilo, managed by Herbert E. K. Mund cm, which he says is similar in terms to that held by the Metro pctitan.. v r v G. J;. Waller, treasurer and -manager of the Hawaii Meat Company, re fused to make a statement Mr. Carter will return -tomorrow. 1 ' - ' i . J i ? ,v he said. 'andl' am sure he will be l J " . ii j I'. . j : : jglad to discuss the matter fully But .Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence! for my part, I do not wish to say j WAILUKU, Maui. Oct. 4. People anything." ' of central Maui are (nuch pleased over WMhington I nie rested. j the--work dene in the schools Khis t Asked tL.s morning if directions year. The reappointment of Miss had -been sent to i him from the UJ S. ILIda Crickard to theWailuku public attorney-senerars-- office to ' proceed ' school met with universal favor amon? against the Hawaif Meat Company, i the parents cf the papils attendiu.T. Breckons said: Many feared that the enrollment at I T have becti in correEpondehce i thl3 school would not bo as lur?,e as witn Washington in tne matter, and i usual, because of the opening cf the i I will cay that It is in complete sym- new Paia high school. Although many pathy with this aion. students from Waiiuku. Kahului. ani , "I have therefore collected as much j even Paia wlro formerly r.ttendtd evidence as possibie'at this time andj wailuku school have novv droiiJ?l out will lay it before the grand juryiani gone to the new. school, yet the when it meets Monday. I don't wish 'J numbers at -Waiiuku are said to be I predict what it wilk do or not do, or to go elaborately into what evi dence I have to present." . He was asked:. "Suppose ft is shown - that the- various retailers wore obliged to sign such contracts in fear of beingr cut off from all meat supply, would you then say that they arc guilty under the anti-trust, law?" 'They probably had their remedy at law and didn't nevd to sign such a contract," ho. said. Read Star-Bulletin. Though he did not say so expressly, it teemed clear from his statements that the Investigation strikes mainly larger than ever before. A new build ing is grealty needed, and it is hoped by many of the WViiluku resident that within a year definite steps may Le taken for enlarsins the capacity f the school to the demands upon it. It iu now impossible for pupils id siand in the aisles at the blackboards and have others pass them. In tact, every roum ha.s ;it lenst .1 fmrih more pnpils than ouv,ht to he in rooms! the size cf those of the Wailukir Fthcol. The new "Paia Hi.-rh School," s called, which is located at tta.nakita poko, has picked up i:i atendinc- Sliirts that" fit well afford flw maximtinr amount ' of comfort and arc pleasing to the evrr. We are-selling shirts of this eharae ter for a dollar and a half though thej have a tAvo-dollar value. Mativ tf 'thoso with dc igns in stripes or figures wov en in the material are very at tractive and they fit and. wear weir. Tome in and look them ever. .-. act thn Hawaii Meat Company, as dis- til ' . ,hrr(, .r (vvr sevr-ntv t tinguishod from the many ranches rnU(X Th w-eia! traiu that ti.e-t--. which supply it with meat and the re- hulRi Rai!road Oompanv p.u 01. f r tailers who buy from the company. cnrrvingVhe pupils to that sc hool - ' , , vhiiiuu a very great coiivetii'-.ncc. ror i:ew ledge not what 1 know particularly -i e to- ir,3 cnn p2V(, Wai!lltj. -but what is commonly known, that Ai as a2d stii, .;rrh-, R ti!f. ,t has been impossible to import meat f , work at tho u:M -he nr. here in sat:sactory quantflies," he ; T, . . . t ;,..d bv ,,,,, cd "Wy attention was first called I s ;Jc' 7 d to the meat situation some 'months ( , s bv b , ago. by articles in the newspapers. ' , , . ' Ull V . lilt, liv.v . 1 J f I I Vrr linn c q 1 H thia m r-n iar that : , a lo"nz-te!t need on J.tau. The p j.-idoui uiree-years naa eiapsea since , . . , , iiis TJin.ruci nau e.xpireu, cut aurirn; i - I its life he had bought his meat exclu- "sn. tieie.oio.e , slvelv r.-cm the Hawaii Meat Com-' f lWe for ruP:ls that sucks Ln.ir.x.h ::t i . . i li.-r-o t.-v i nt tnn Mill r-ftpminn trv a 4 i 8 :-hich aowrfed in "the Star-Bulletin!' the students were held bac!r ; concerning the break between ' Yee " cre or -If 3 by th-0 w4l e.d not Hep and thp meat eompanv. the for- low tag!isii. it.u a. ue conai mer having announced that he would Hon everywhere in spite of ihe most 'mnort his .lpolicr,. so far as possible, - earnest efforts cf principal a"d as frrni New Zealand. sistats to have li.e c-ii.Ii'i. ot!.:r j - The articles, hotly denied cn one , 'ise. 8EYEK 3: - I. - -. - . ft. L s- '. C flirt-. .'--.ISX t -1 r- l .- .' 't t I f V -I. I.- s . "1 7 V " ' '; -r',' ' x, - I to y jf ,. r 1 v lo, .... t-J ' ' . " ''.:."T l'-; : : ! ' ' MelN-ERMl THE STYLE CENTEi:- FORT " AND TMEECIIANT STS.