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' ' . . FWB 8. F.X : - 1 I-urllne. Meh. 10 or S. r.t "Matsonla, March II From Taneoiteri Marama, Men. 25. For YMctiveri Malrara, Men- 24. Evening Bulletin. Est. 1S82. No. 5797. Hawaiian Star.-Vol. XXI. No. S37. :.imci: . i t-. ; ' 1 V :A V Honolulu 6Tar-bulletin- satukday. 3r.uicn i,vm; Tnnr: SODA WORKS CO., LTD. L00K for the Trade-Mark Chemist Proposes to Extract from Pineapple Waste Suffi cient Sugar for Canning . CHARLES ASH TO ERECT t - - - -I'M - FACTORY IN FEW WEEKS teS Enterprise is Result of Expend ments Successfully Made i During Past Summer . JV3I Thousands cf dollars probably wll? be saved the pineapple canneries o; to be opened here within n short ttnCj J lor me exiracuou. ot u jusir jiui frnm ihia unr.trt ftrndurts tit nineSDDlei rhnriui 1 ci nn nf h ' fnremoil Rocrrs. commercial chemists of the country, to ': expected here within the next few weeks with plans to erect such a fac tory, ' '' ' :r. The syrup la to be used by the can ning companies In place of sugar, and a giant saving Is expected to be real ized by them in this way, as It will do away with the use of sugar in pi caring the sliced pines for canning. Aside from' the saving realized in this way, they, will have an excellen and constant market for tne wasi ft iraiviiw is I 1 ' .11 Pill 1 1 til I III I Sll .1 i' Ul UISjIs U llUllILiU ' PHONE 2270 (Continued from pace one) products, the products which 'are now;-" almost worthlesswhich occasion more expense than revenue. ' L MAI. Cl LA . .- n - - when your Lome Is spoiled, you aren't pleased about it. are you?' - How would you feel. Mr. Resident of Punahou, if through seme means that you have nothing to do .with,;. the city were to ruin all your fine trees? . How would you feel, Mr, Resident tl Manoa, if you had a beautiful laws and the man next to you were to fili it over with sand? . ; J low would you feel, Mr Resident cf Nuuanu,"or College Hills, or Kai mukl. If you had carefully brought )our-woperty.up to grade a few years ago an 1 then were ordered' to do it ail over again did it once- more and I then found that In"' spite of your pains j ok- I nil juur (imucu nuu' uuij-uwa mic You would, feel. mighty friendly. to ward the man or the government that was responsible -; for : that, j wouldn't jou? Particularly when all, the time you had . been following orders ; and doing the best you . knew, how! Homes Being Spoiled. -; '.-. .Well,. that. is just what Is happening through Kewalo. Dozens and dosrens. of . homes down there arc being Floiled because cn 1 the n?xt.lot,or Uio next one to that,' the. low ground is being filled in, and the salt-water, t utting deep under ' the top -soil and penetrating the coral base, is coming up and ruining most of the vegetation. Right now it should be said that it isn't these Kewalo, people who are Kim SUGAR MEETING HELD IN LP CALAHD ; The College Club" will hold a mwt irg next '- Tuesday . afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Pleasari ton. It is to be a musicale. . ::y:-'-: . . :": v: '-- ' ' Bids . will be opened in, the offica of the superintendent of public works at noon March IS for furnishing and Alameda and Union Also in Session in Bay City G, L. k ; Payne Succeeds Irwin j : ; l By latest. Mail ; I. SAN ; FRANCISCO At the an nual meeting: of the stockholders and the subsequent meeting of tha direc tors of the Kibiuea Sugar Plantation Company; the following , d irectoraie supplying material for the ueignis roaa. - ; t Makitl Fpreckels, presidents Jobo D. Spreci els, vice-president ; W.,t?. K. Gibson, treasurer; W. H. Thompson, , secre tary, and John.D. SprecSels, Jr. The iiet proceeds from 5,424, tons of su gar at $57.53 per ton was' 5il2.124.77. Assessments Nos. 6 and .7 produced the year? plus betterments, were $388,- 671.25, and plantation supplies and ad last summer 'carry ing on extensive el ; . -perinients at the Hawaii PreservinJ Company. His purpose was to maw a susar or sugar syrup from the .wastion, by applying for an Injunction to stop the cf pines which could be used in plator the Lord-Young Engineering ; Compauy .of sugar in canning the fruit. He it A. ficm dcing the work. . There is a n- to the, nouncei before leaving that his perl;::cr.ts had succee'v1. Before !.e left fr" t' e mainland, tracts kz.1 teen .. d by sovera the largest canncri. freeing to him all the waste fnvluets. It is his plan to c; rn a factor Foon as possible, and f,2rve the neneS'Witn tne S)T"P.f This great saving which is pro the induitry ccmes at an extr fortunate time., .The. cost of c pcods being reduced on ' the .it, ,: i has' raised the Important quest M' r how the pines can be put out'? . expense.- Ash'&juhemo ar.swery.. . AcccrJIr..;' to"' ll.? informatU . v cclvc.1 frcr.i the r.:. !:;!:.:. J, Ash.! : here with ilar.s fr the factoryNN C, LTD. r I rihor frrrum nf rrmnlainants . : : The listi ng of I Kewalo people with Whom the Slar alabashes, Uulletln representative talked yester-manyHa- tlay aren't applying for an injunction . j they are merely growing, bitter, "and : desperate and saying among them - .1 pelves that it isn't a, f.quaie deal. ; ' : About the Kewalo Folks. This part cf , the city , of; Honolulu rrn four cr s.x vceks. " L.Al iLR so V Auctlonesrs. 0 Isn't very well known to. the man ith an auto . and a handsome home IL too. is a residence district. Plenty i of . good, kind-heairted, : : bomclovin i folks live here, their children grow i xip and go -o school -and they tpay ; ! their taxes and live qaietly , and de ; cently and. are just as good American 1 citizens as ou" or 1; This part of the city Is not far'from ".Magoonville'' sr.d the Kakaako section that figures in funny 'newspaper stories, and poli tics. But it's different, from the .ten ements of Magoonville. It lies be-" twee - Ward, Cooke, Victoria and Queen streets. It's a section of many little homes, each a plot of perhaps f -0x100 ; or ICOxlOO feet The fathers ! and mothers are proud of their homes f-and their pretty gardens and grow- fruit- and shade-trees. That Is, ere ppoud of them. Now most trees are dying and the yards Johnny Frazier ara either ficd up with mud or- else bugs; wiiu sail naier uuuciueaiu. ,.1 ' . Of course, M r. Resident of Manoa or Kalmukl or Punanou, ynu say; .1 I l J 1 1 l f? Frank Baker li 1 li t? II L W. B. Harrub c th?J This Is Opinion of Gu chauffers) - Fcllowina Conference Cest . Machine' "Well, all this is necessary in fillin CunriMcnre nnrl Rflwl in these low-lands and making the ; Jutting from the sounds ;wh i cnaied from the governors c vthia morning it was a warm 1 , pervisors and W. S. Bo wen hel? jj ; the territorial executive on then ject -of the unemployed: labUjL4 ; which Bowcn put up to the boa, supervisors and which, now, a ' ently, has been passed on to Qflnjglv nor Pinkham. ; - At the close of the confeWitri. which lasted about an hour, B4ij Petrle and McClellan wlthcrewj PaehecQ tarried half an hour lol In a heart-to-heart talk that evidO vaj every bit as warm as the gey-, - discussion preceding it. Ainirxrt Rnnltarvf It's f!!vtf TmTirnv. JOmentl'Vy,, . - " , v Anxone ue jvieuo s oiory. . But calling it Civic L Improvepent doesn't help, for instance, Antoire De Mello : His home is on Kawaiahao street near Kamanl. He lias a plot of ground 100 by .50 feet-Listen to Antone DeMello's story: 2 . , ; "I bought this place two years ago. and began 7 fixing it . up. We had a 5 i back of me there is a low lot and the other day they began filling that The salt water, has got under my lot now and all my trees, and flowars and gar den plants are dying. ' . . ... - , "Three years agt.lhey came, down here during the campaign, agamst the mosquitoes and cut down all my ba nanas. I didn't kick much then after they explained that they had t to cut them down or we would . have 1 yellow fever. Now they are .being , killed again. Why? Because some fellow next to me ha&ra lor "lot and won't fill it My cement floor is all cracked from the water and ina few: days my yard will be no good. " -; And to look at Antone's yard now you will, readily believe what he says. " That's one of almost countless stor ies told yesterday afternoon of simi lar cases. The Star:Bulletin collected three or four typical examples and here they -are: --v. Kulfa Kauhane's Case. Kulla Kauhane Is an old Hawaiian woman on Kawaiahao street She says: 1 had the house raised three years ago, of my own accord, because I wanted a nice yard and to bring it up level witlv the street It cost me 1105 and they told me it was all right I , thought so until the water began coming up. Now the yard is full of mud." . . v. ' v-'; :.. Yes, it certainly Is full of mud, and Julia wonders why. , - . V ; " ; Manuel Martin Thinks Law Strange.' ManueJ Martin, .. on Kawaiahao I street near the thinks thft Avr has had his MittT niar RfY vaT.o nn.i per Ib .423c;l per ton by hard work and . loving care he de-l : DVty tCuban) Present tariff. fl)er veloped a veritable garden spot, with lb., 1.348e; per. ton, $26.90. Tariff, a pretty hedge, trees, flowers and gar- j Mar. 1, 1914, per Jb, 1.004c; person, den -truck growing nicely. In 1911 he I S20.09. '. Reduction, per 4b. .345c;. per spent $20$ filling his property up to ton $6.S6.' . - ', '-.,'.. ; , grade. - He bought rich dirt at S1.25 a I i ALAMEDA SUGAR COMPANY. ' lead, ICO leads of It and then paid a At the annual meeting of "he stock man 12 a day- to spread It over his holders of the Alameda Sugar Com lot Early this' year he got a notice pany yesterday the following directors that' his land. was below the Snew were elected: Charles Sutro, E. R. grade as proposed and that he would Lllienthal, Henry Rosenfeld,; Charles have to fiirit .up. : . jl r ; j h. Crocker, P. C. Drcscher. Josenh L. , "I didn't have much time, but I;got Schmitfand George lowenberg. Tho it- filled. up again before they.- began director- eill organize today. Among pumping water In lwre, Ho said tj,e old directors not re-elected were through an Interpreter. but you See John L. 1 loward, deceased ; J. W. At this land around me fr was low and , kinsnn and Josprh Hvman: f: i The - members of ' SchoEeld : Lodge, U. D. F. and A. M will meet at their, quarters at Leilehua;at 7:30 o'clock this evening. There will be work in the second degree." . ; - .'.-" : Tlie members of the social club of the Youns Men's" Christian. Associa tion , entertained . their ladies .with a program of "stunts" In Cooke hall last night After a T session in the and officers- were elected: AJ B.games half,-those present made stren nous use cf the billiard tables. ; Re freshments were served In the music room.--;;v':"-V'" :';- ' ",'.:'.'" v-:. -. '-v-'-v : An enjoyable time was spent at the M, E. ehureh last night when a bur lesque debate, "Suffragettes vs. Mere t200,000, . and other; Income ; brought Man Etaged with Jeff McCarn in the total receipts of the year 1913 to tho roIe of jdge .These participat-l $&12.943.59. The total expenses of;, n W(,rp j Martin: as Mrs. Pank- burst; J: Hicks,' as Miss Sylvia Pank- hurst: Harry Trent as Mrs. Belmont, vances bring the total expended dur-' n(f D; t. BBiue.f as Miss Lockwood. ing. 1913 to $399.012.32. ; The remain- ..Mere Men included J. McTag der, $113,9317, was applied to the re-! gara, E.A, Cooper, E. Tracy, P. Tosh" duction of the overdraft An over-; ana v b. Keefe. while J. Milton and draft cf only $105,701.44 remained on n. A. Robbms essayel the role of tou TJecembe? - 31, 1913, after this pay-.stables and were kept busy" keeping me'nt i :" .. . r , t the Fiiffracettes in the path of law anil f Secretary Thomas has prepared, the1 order. .-:-:: the new tariff has affected the sugar industry Jn dollars and, cents: : pufy (foreign ) Present tariff per ;'.i.6S5c:: per ton. $33,70.;; tarif Mar. ie corner of KinWi'1, 1914,. per, lb.,.I.256c; jer ton.$2,.12. Is? sSange thmge I ton, ; $20,09 Reduction they filled It up and now the mud and water are ruining my place. Others, Too. -..i' :;.';- '. M. M. Almeida, . a clerk In an up town store, lives at 13 Kamanl street He was not" at homo yesterday, but No financial statement was tissued, but it is understood , that the company has a considerable floating debt which will, be discharged from : the' proceeds of another assessment soon, to bo levied on the stock. It has been de- - Seeking to 'cancei a"3-year. lease to' George . Chrones on the, property Just; mauka of the Clarion clothing store, on Fort street, which has been con- demned by the building Inspector audj Is now undergoing extensive improve-, incut, Hugh and Pan McCorrlston have .' brought an action in circuit court and yesterday succeeded In obtaining a temporary injunction from Judge Rpb- inson which .restrains : : Chroaes and C. H. Merriam, assistant registrar inj the court of land registration from completing the., registration t of : the lease. It is claimed the, owners gavei the lease December 1 last on the con-; . . . . - - . r il - 1 l Jt 1 dltion that ira; any. ume ina, uuuuiuj cmc CTP A WPCRPIPQ rhmiir? h fiPRtrnvpd or condemned by 1H1IC O I nH wDt-nniGO the sanitary .inspector the lease should .' cease without prejudice ' to either party. '; mimm- ':;;-;vr- : - . l - . - 1 Elf . . - I III . A comfortable Spring and Summer neg ligee suit for $25 It's an ALFRED BENJAMIN IT A -D T7 ir 11 neighbors told why his place is look-l cided not' to operate , the Alvarado ing badly?1 Two yeas ago he brought it up to the grade then fixed and four months ago he filled It up again, In accordance with;" the - new territorial order. - The lot 'next to him iK being filled with; the, material-pumped from plant, and all the lands, are under lease.".; Itys said that, the proceeds of these leases will, take care of the $35,. 000 annual , charges and leave a profit 'for the stock ;V:,-..;' 'V;'::. Z:'- union sugar company; the sea, and 'as a result, his ovn yardl ,.Tbeanaa4 -mcetmg-of ' tbeMJnion 73 spoiled. ' :. ;.; : Victorine Machado six months ago built three new cottages on Ward and Kawaiahao streets, getting the grade at that' time:: But, of course, ; that gTade is now too low ana so he is threatened with the same thing ns uas come to . the others. , Luckily for him. he' has no trees to be killed. - , Losing Her Pretty Garden. Mrs. ' AUce Metcalf has- perhaps as pretty a place as there is In the whole district, at . Kamanl and ; Kawaiahao streets. , Her large lot Is" above grade and by years of i kindly , care she has grown many beautiful trees and plants. In' order; to protect her property from damage, the Lord-Young , Company dug a ditch; on the Kawaiahao street side to carry away the salt water. But on 'the , other, side,, toward the -city,' are low-lying lands and . nr filling, those the salt water has partially inundated her; property. ::Z She was in tears yes terday at the discovery that .a gieat alligator pear tree in the yard is dying atd she is trying; to, resign herself to the thought. of losing all of her.pretty trees and shnjbbery. ' : - ' And these are only a few of th3 many cases. . r.::'r.:': v '"We have tried to do our best, but the people who wouldn't fill their lands with good dift are making us suffer and. the government is damag- . 1 ' - 1 1 IN MARKET; GROWN ON THE BIG ISLAND (rout (Kawaiahao) v: JL. worked night ijs becnuse ,,f thera.V they y -3.t.- 1' xs.--.- a.- a I What About It7. -v ana uay iu up me garaen, pijmi ing trees and flowers, and I didn't have much . time day times so I used to wcrk until la,te at night My lot Is nowas high as it needs to be, but At Its close Governor Pinkhamxs. 4 clined to' disclose the. nature of IJ ' - argument, I eyond the statement .the "unemployed" matter, he belilv had - bee a cisposea or satisracu , for the next two weeks. ; V" W- rrc t A vmv c "Qn MrBowen's figures oihe of Vt. J DAlliiv I of maintenance, there wtlhe.'po ul . . ration among ' nis peon,e lor tna length, of time, anyhow" saidtthe govV ernor.;' v ' v' ' , ''. '. -M .-'- -v i ': -- S Owing to ' .the - lengthy conferences and' many callers," which have kept J tne .territorial . cnier execuuve Dusy the jast few days, the detailed busi ness of the administration has begun . piling up in formidable heaps on his desk, again. , He was unable to touch - a jingle item of this work this morn- 7 inp, and when-he left for luncheon at 1 o'clock this afternoon he threatened to Tlolate the Sabbath law by Indulg ing ln4 some hard office work tomor- " row, in a vigorous effort to dispose of -some of the more Important pending; matters. SUGAR SAN FRANCISCO. Mar. 6. Beets; r SS analysis, 4d.- Parity 3.03 rents. ' Previous quotation. Si.' ld.'. V' . MONULMTS :.'. . .. ALL SIZES' ; '. H. E. HENDRICK, LTD. ' Phone 2649. Merchant & Alakea Sts. w -' edl , ,' 1 1 mm Iherniatic Firelcss Cooker THE BEST ;- It Makes Carefree Bays. ; v ScientificaUv Perfect Has Mctal'C 'Cabinet, Automatic , Release valve, cork and rrag nesia insulation. Nick eled Ccpper. Linings. . It is the cooker that will please mcst. Let j;s prove it , to you. Prices $11.75, $13.75, $24.50.' Co Iff! 63.65 King Street. What About It? What Is to.be "done about it? ' The residents are not agreed on this. Some, want the work stopped, but that-doesn't look practicable, for the district ; Is largely inundated with! the coral mud "now and the Job should be finished. One suggestion is that the contractors cease pumping In the salt water, since that is doing .the damage, but that doesn't look practical Lie either. ; ':;: ,... .' ' -: v : -.;' ; When' the city cf Honolulu was arcused to the danror of yellow fever three years ago and went after the mcssuito, banana trees were cut down right arid left' It was a sanitary meas ure, . absolutelydemanded by the ' au thorities. . But tho people who lost ba nanas were reccm pensed from gov ernment funds. Forty thousand dol lars ' was , for people with just : claims. ine people : In Kewalo whose, prop erty is being damaged through no fault of their own, cr because of their dim understanding they' failed to do 'Jus what the law required, are just as deserving as the majority. of those for whoHc sake the 510,000 was appro- pnatod. - ; :i Potiticat Influence He'ps- Whether it's wse to indemnify .Ukmii in this way is a question. It was also a question about the banana claims. In that case the matter got into poll- t-cs, helped to swing an election, and thus pet attention from the legisla ture because tnere were a lot of voters affected: Down in Kewalo a large number of the complainants are voters, too, but In the aggregate they are comparatively few, they-have no influence and hardly any way of voic- !lrnr tttn?.. .1.ln , ' men ticuuiu. . It is because they feel so helpless at tlH hnniK of ihr rnvf rnmpiit nnil Sugar Company took: place yesterday, at which., the - following directors were elected: P. C. Drescher, E. R. Lilien thal, Charles : Sutro, J.' K.;Mpffitt Charles ' 1L 'Crocker, A. Haas,' L.' Har ris. The directors -elected P. C. Drescher president 1 E. R.. Lilienthal 1st. vice-president and Charles ; Sutro 2d vice-president ; . . .; ' . ;.. 't. X It was decided to continue to oper rte the plant of the company for an other year, until it can be determined how operations will; result under the present ence of sugar. i PAYrtE SUCCEEDS 1 RWIN. ' ! At ; the annual stockholders' meet ing of the Honolulu , Plantation Com- pany, lield yesterday. George it. Payne was elected to fill the vacancy in the directorate created by the death of WilUamV G. Irwin. The officers for the ensuing year are as follows ; J: A. Buck, '? president; Nicholas Ohlandt vice-president; W. : J. Matson, secre tary; Crocker National Bank, treas urer, and James Gibb. manager. The directors elected for the ensuing year are as follows : . 1; A. Buck, M. Ehr man, George U Payne, J. L. Koster, C F. Leege, -William Matson arid N. Ohlandt. - , . r j-x ;,r':" - r No financial statement was made public.' V; ' -y:::r:.r:J! :' : f SAN FltANCiSCO. The directors of the Alameda Sugar. Company has or ganized by electing the following of 0 cers: Charles Sutro, president; P. C. Drescher, first- vice-president;, E. Lilienthal, second vice-president ' SUPERVISORS MAKE TEST . One man at least in Hawaii has demonstrated that there Is good' money In growing strawberries here, and also that they can be grown as successfully In the Islands as on the mainland. ' -'.... ' ' This grower is G. Kratzschmavand hl3 berry patch. Is at Olaa, a few miles out "from Kilo..' j This morning's Ma. una Kea brought to the territorial marketing division two cases or very .7 In an attempt to'-rescuee his hat arK?u U1 lwu XI " Chlri Lau, Chinese, is ' reported to f ne ook berries , which manager a. ..t;J1 .,.. r,. Iongley stateR he has no trouble In Transit cr NriraT disposing of at J5 cents a quart. Jor rransit wr. No. V as ih9 8ome tjrae past thia grower has been j)r.oceeamg.aiopg.ivinssir.eeL?yesierl!:.,fl y'rri iinwn ' X MnnnU in Id ft. e II - rlr TKaw day afternoon. The man was to the hospital .suffering from; a deep cut on the back of thehead. ; WheriT Hapld Transit ; car! iNo. 47 failed to stop at the instant that An tone Pretel pressed an electric but ton, he Is alleged : to nave jumied from the moving coach, falling to the ground ! near:' the Kalihi terminal and suffered a severe' gash 6ver the right eye. He was taken to the hospital for treatment, ' '"" . . Joseph Soares is an Inmate of. the Queen's hospital as a 'result of a fall from a carriage, drawn by a , horse that is declared . to have become frightened in passing along a highway leading into Palolo ; valley, f .The ani mal dashed into a ditch, throwing Scares to the ' ground, where he re- twice a week. They come in the refri gerator room of the Mauna Kea, and look as though freshly picked when they get here. According to Mr, Longley v: visited Mr. KratzscITicar's pl.rc small farmer has at present al acres planted to berries, and i. ning about to double this ixrv . said thit only a small part of t: ries grown by Mr.' Kratzschr.. shipped tQ Honolulu, inasmuc'i has 'a heavy demand for thcr.i i i . It J3 probable that thre ar favorable locations in the t for strawberry culture than I:i thinks Mr. Ixingley. as the pv wetness cf this district scr. makes It difficult to prevent t: -from moulding before It can I keted. As yet, however, thcro other person In the Islands thjs delicious . fruit pn a cc:r. scale.."'--.' . . . , Strawberries cannot be succ Imported from the coast, as ih not 'stand the long trip, eve a refrigeration. ' celved; head. three severe , cuts aout the Johnson Dean attempted to take a I short cut in returning to the business district by: crossing Nuvianu river by the Rapid Transit, railway: bridge. , In his haste to avoid meeting an electric car. he is reported tahave'missed his footing cn the ties, and .falling, suf fered a sprained ankle. He was taken to the hospital for: treatment' Dean belongs to Company iH .C,A.:.C. ; ' James E. Perry, Albert. It. Duff. W. H. Fitzgerald and! M' C. Fikes- were repcrted to the police to. have attempt ed to enter . the premises of several t Porto Rlcan families living along Wol-! ter's lane, Palama, last night 1 A riot WITH DIMMED HEADLIGHTS caU brought several officers to the I MeeUng.tolpass- on the - remaining ' tet and brcught them" tp the police section of tfo-new traffic ortlnanceiV.r.w the section relating to dimming head- vestigatlcn. It is stated that the men lights of automobilesthe ; supervisors T ,under ; the Jnnuenco of quor. i conducted experiments with lights and S ml, , ,. n. V, , ' Uieir dimmers at Kakaako last even-1 : Mounted Police Officers J.. F, But-, ing. E E. Bodge of the xon Hamm-, 5 havn Young Company made the deriionstra- !dent'fied ;with the department; for a: tions for the supervisors, using-, 21 fnw.berof .yfara.'.were . today caHcd candle power electric lights subdued j h! :fore Sheriff William . Jarrettito faco hv clnndPfl lensps As faf as th M.,mai6" uuu" uuciwuiiu6 i.' t , A great many Carnival pictures, snapped by the ; . -' f - : V 1 ; : ( "' ; : ;.;"-." ;.'.'.. '. . . imade splendid enlargements, just as we knew they would. This Pr , moette is excellent for its serviceability and general value;, 2'2x3; 'Fits the. pocket $5. ' . . Honolulu Photo Supply C c "Everything Phct3;raphic' : :.r : : Fort Cir: perfments with lights of this power cers. ' Pending an Investigation of a . . . A . t go the tests were satisfactory. But it senes fltmpiainisiuea agamsi jne remains for. tests of lights of other '1"611' the, sheriffprdered the suspen- oowers to be experimented: wrth. This fin 0J .wr na eaiAa .cn:s is to oe done berore tne. new pro posed ordinance Is Introduced for pas sage. The; other sections in it are all agreed-upon. that are alleged to have led uplo ttie trouble occurred . Wednesday evening. BIRTHS pespite the statement made before District. Magistrate . Monsarrat ' by Charles Pringle ;tbls morning that he t had been threatened with bodily harm a. by Samuel Stone, who bears a com- aKu a vii . uii m -, ry V- . 'v i J villi vt Stone was discharged from 'custody with a reprimand. Prinelq alleged that while he was seated ;ln a car- it worth wh lie to draw th attention "age returning to r s Home, in I'aloio of the people of Honolulu to their mis- valley, he was accosted by Stone.'wha fortune. To tnem the damage to tneir mamuns laueuage, cuutuKu mm ibronertv Is more serious than almost threats. Stone alleging, that"; Pringle anything else in the world just now. 1 failed to observe ';. the existing ordl- civic imnrovement is a eooa tninsr ior ai". ; u; unus u.&t LIVINGSTON In this city. March 7.: ! 1914. to Mr: ,and Mrs. Chester G Livingston; a daughter. ' vh - : the law that the Star Bulletin thinks the city, particularly the; people up above King Street who some day may want to take a sightseeing ;tour by auto, of course through Kewalo. But to Ihe poodle r'orr Rrwalo it f.eems to work out 'in fitrarige and unfair ways. without proper lights attached to the vehicle. The Matson; Navigation" steamer Matsonia, sailing at 10 o'clock r Wed nesday morning, -will carry ;:ir next Pi ail to the coast; ' . . The Crossroads Bobh mEwm ;;-f,,;;' ; .' -.; JUST ARRIVED. : . ' v ; ' X "ASIA AT THE DOOK," with a prologue by Doremus Scuddcr. ;. "ACROSS UNKNOVN SOUTH AMERICA," by A. Henry Sav , ' . . Lander. ' ,' . .;. . ; ?'.; -i; '-;" - ' FICTION "Til K AFTER Jf I O Lr3 1,'. by il ar y Robert f Ui'nekaft; ."' , ;BLACK . 18 WH ITET iy''.'(ieof gc Ba rr'.McCutcheou.'-. I. "TliE SOUL OLIFlS:,' by David; Ii3T'v: f . : -, -- . . ; rri IE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSS.'H' by Ji. , E. W. ;,'M;is..mi. :'!r)l AN KC -OF. Jill iV G BEEN .VAfe'by ' Leona' Dulrymple.;. "FINE FEATHERS". AuuityKioi. ;, 7- :.X; "IDONLV," by Arthur F. Wallib. '; :;C ' ; 5 , ; A -visit to'the.Crossroa'ls Bcokshop will more t'. ". ily J' Young Hotel Lldg. - '. '"