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' , t V THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY JANUARV 4, iOlO." '.'v,'.",.''w i , I. Castle & Me. I. MI 'IMS D Honolulu, T. H. SHIPPING ND COMMISSION MBit CHANTS. SUGAR FACTOHS and GENERAL IN SURANCE AGENTS. representing Ewa Plantation Co. Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. Kobala Sugar Co. Walmea Sugar Mill Co. Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron WorkB ot St. Louis. Blako Steam Pumps. Westons Centrllugals. Babcock ft WUcor Boiler. Green's Fuel Economizer. ' Marsh Steam Pumps, Mataon Navigation Co. Planters Lino Shipping Co. New. England Mutual Life Innur unco Company ot Boston. Aetna Insurance Co. Nnttniml Fire Insurance Co. Citlzen'B Insurance Co. (Hartford Fire insurance Co.) The London Assurance Corpora- Uon. By Trip or Hour . JOE ZylSiVXv - Chauffeur. Telephone 609. Independent Auto Stand. liatest Paquin Models for the Sraellest Gowns DAVISON VTOUXG (BUILDING, R"OOM 72 Territorial Board of Imml OFFICE: 405 StangenwaTd Bldg. HONOLULU. PACHECO'5 Softening and preserving the hair, there Is nothing better than PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLflR This is a preparation of soothing and healing jropertles; It removes dandruff and cures ltdilng scalps. Tho quieting, refreshing and Invigor ating effects after one application or Mils tonic are the pleasantest sensa tions possible. Sold by all druggists and at Pa checo's Barber Shop. Phone 232. I! r. m M rorcegrowtn a WILL DO IT. Auto Fenders, $2.50 up. Will Examine Gutters free ot charge also do Plumbing Work. Low est Prices. Work Guaranteed. JOHN MATTOS. Telephone 657. 1175 Alakea St. f REMINGTONS $65.00. a a a ni biru x. rn i rn g Hotel St., opp. Union. J FIRE INSURANCE ATLAS, ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON. NEW YORR. .UNDERWRITERS AGENCY. PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON IN SURANCE COMPANY. 1 Tiib B. F, Dillingham Co, Ltd,. General Agent for Hawaii. Fourth , Floor, Stangenwald Bulldlnr Fine Job Printing, Star, Office. THE SAKE CASE IIT LUSLBECIDED Honolulu Liquor Importers Are Among Those Heavily Thrown Down By The Decision. AN ENORMOUS TRUST MERGER. Banker Mills Dead Race Trouble Threatened In Cuba Balloon For South Polo. (Associated Press Morning Service.) WASHINGTIN, January 4. -Sake Is a wine. Tho United States Supreme Court yesterday handed down a deci sion to the effect that tho Japanese beverage should be classified as a still wine for tariff purposes. This decision Is In favor of the gov- iernment, disposing of long-standng claims for refunds of excess duties on sake on the mainland and in Hono lulu. Here tho amount various Impor ters whites and Japanese, stood to gain by a decision in their favor was over a million dollars. With one exception several decisions in tho courts below wero all In .favor of the liquor dealers and their chief counsel, Thomas Fitch, was' confident to the last of winning in Washington. TRIUMVIRATE'S HUGE MERGER. NEW YORK, January 4. J. Pler pont Morgan, Thomas Ryan and Levi Morton yesterday completed a deal by which they formed a trust merger unit. Ing resources to the amount of ?150, 000,000. Tho merger makes the result ant concern the largest and most pow erful In the United States. The financial institutions affected are the Guaranty Trust Company, tho Morton Trust Company and the Fifth Avenue Trust Company.- The consol idated concern Is known as the Title Guaranty and Trust Company. D. O. MILLS DEAD. SAN FRANCISCO, January 4. Da- rlus Ogden Mills Is dead. Tho aged financier was struck down by heart disease yesterday and breathed his last almost Immediately after. Though a native of New York State, and since 1880 a resident of New York city, he first won fame In the financial world in San Francisco. BALLOON POLAR EXPEDITION. PARIS, January 4. Two Russian army officers have 'purchased dirigible balloons with which- they contemplate undertaking an expedition in earch of the South Pole. COLOR LINE IN CUBA. HAVANA, January 4. Because a bartender In a Havana hotel yesterday refused to servo two negro congress men with drinks serious race troubles are threatened here. WIDOW BARRIOS A BEGGAR. NEW ORLEANS, January 4. Pen niless and almost blind, Senora Algeria Barrios, wife of former President Bar rios of Guatemala, yesterday applied at the alms house for assistance. NS Walmanalo Sugar Company has been awarded pretty near the amount' it claimed of Pacific Mall Steamship Co. I for services rendered the steamsMp 1 Manchuria, by its steam schooner J. j A. Cummins from August 20 to August 27, 1906, inclusive, the Manchuria dur ing that period being stranded on an ; exposed shore on "the northerly side J of Oahu. ' . Four thousand dollars was. tho amount claimed. Judge D.ole In a lengthy decision filed yesterday awards $3183, with Interest fromOcto ber 12, 1906, to the libelant, for whom Henry E. Cooper was proctor, C. H. Olson having represented the libelee. Judge Dole schedules his finding as follows: Landing passengers..-. $1,970.00 Conveying valuables worth $75,000 to Honolulu 375.00 Carrying 160 tons or passen gers' baggage 640. 0(1 Carrying wrecking gear ' to Manchura ' s 98.00 Attempt of August 21st to go to Manchuria., 50.00 Carrying supplies for Restorer and Manchuria 50.00 Total '.$3,183.00 GUY AND THE PUY. In tho pantry one day little Guy Discovered a mammoth mince puy; By and by little Guy, Got outside the puy, And that night they thought ho would dur- . v Fine Job Printing, btar Office. CUftl AWARD HAWAIIAN DON'T JUDGE WHITNEY FILES HIS REPORT ON THE JUVENILE COURT FOR EIGHT MONTHS PAST TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHT CASES OF YOUTHFUL TRANB GRESSORS LARGE PROPORTION HAVE MADE GOOD UNDER PRO BATION. ' Circuit Judge Whitney this morn ing filed a report of the Juvenile court 6ver which no naa presided since he succeeded Judge Lindsay on tho bench. That was In May last and since then 228 cases have come before the court. Of these twenty-five were dependent cass. Referring to the report Judge Whitney made tho following statement to a Star reporter: I "The figures are only for the months from the first of May to December 31. So far as the figures are concerned tho 'largo number ot :arceny cases Is due, i think, to tho fact that the police, along In the middle of summer, brought I in many youngsters who had been caught stealing lead from beneath ! houses. This largely Recounts for the great number committed without probation. I "Tho number tried .ror probation and surrendered by those taking charge of them eleven boys and one girl is"" lower than I expected and shows that the act in that respect is working very well. "It is also to be seen from tho figures that practically ninety per cent (of all cases granted probation havo served their probation and havo been discharged for Improvement. "In tho dependent cases a new thing in this law, never been handled be foreIt is very satisfactory, to 'the court at least that eighteen out of j twenty-three finished cases havo had ; homes found for them In private in stitutions or households. Only five have been sent to the Industrial schools. "In the item of surrendered for de fault of Improvement, ten out of six- , ty-flve Hawaiians are recorded aa hav ing been given up and committed, as compared with but one out'of twenty Portuguese, while not even one out BOY: BRACE UP of ten Asiatic boys has failed. It would appear that tho young Hawaiian de linquent cannot take a braco llko tho youngsters of other nationalities." Following Is Judge Whitney's report: OFENSES. Boys. Girls Assault and battery 8 1 Disobedience 4 8 Gambling 39' .. Idle and dissolute 33 12 Larceny 50 C Malicious Injury '5 .. Truancy 1G 3 Robbery l Burglary 3 Illicit Cohabitation 1 Curfew '. 2 Escape l Others i 173 30 Total 203 Dependent Cases. Boys Girls 8 17 Total 25 Sent to private homes or private Institutions 18 Sent to Industrial School 5 Pending 2 Total I , 25 Disposition of Cases. Boys. Girls. Pending on Probation.... 35 1 Surrendered by Probation Office and committed.... 11 1 Served probation and dis charged 82 Committed without proba tion 29 Sentence suspended 1 11 J J r ii? II ll GOOD TASTE AND JUDGMENT are more essential to having a beautifully appointed table, than large expenditure. , Let us ehow you unusual patterns in Community Silver It has a distinct richness of appearance and charm of design which rival sterling. Its more than triple plate it costs hut a trifle more than ordinary plated ware it lasts a life time. W. V. Dimond & Co., Ltd. 53-57 Kin Street. Reprimanded" 8' S Not guilty 5 1 Pending - 2 . . 173 30 Total 203 5 v o " fc-l E' iO 4-1 o 6 3 H rt "to , o " 5 la S ' eh : 8 H rt n ti la h H O Hi N I 05 r-l I 3 . 9 : i 55 a M. a : 1 : S a o o o o , 3 8 -a o a a mT" " - til fri a . 3 -g c rt t w c ,3 "a ,o 3 o J S a 05 fcfl 53 g 3 fcfi 2 S S u o e j i- t3 a) o S a o 3 w O w K 53 Ah Visits by probationers to court with reports, 667. ( Vfsltis by cout to homes of proba tioners, 58. ' Number of voluntary probation offi cers, men 5, women lt 6. STILL RUNS STEAM CAR. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 27. As nr. dently devoted to motoring as ever, George A. Hensley, formerly of the Hensley-Smlth Company of this city but now living in London, England. Is In San Francisco on a flying visit. Hnsley was tho first owner to set the San Francisco-Los Angeles record un der tho twenty-four hour mark when ho piloted his 1900 jWhlte Steamer t'o the southerkn city in some hours less time, London traffic conattlons are pecu liar he says; the dense masses or vehicles requiring a snail's pace varle gated with sudden bursts of high speed to get clear of tho tangle, and tb&t the steaiii machines are well fit ted for the conditions and popular with English motorists. I SS9 Bank Books Office Diaries and Journals WALL, NICHOLS, Cq.'. .j Fort and Merchant V.'i f Make Sure THAT YOUR Watch IS CLEAN 1 . By Having It Cleaned and Oiled on Time May Save You Money and Worry. J. A. VIEIRA & CO, 113 Hotel Street ILEUUiPHI LTD ' OFFICERS and DIRECTORS. H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE lat Vice-President W. M. Alexander... 2nd Vice-President J, P. Cook Ird Vicc-Pres. ft Mr. J. Watnrhouse. Troaaurer B. B. Paxton ..BecreUur W. O. smltk....t Director J. R. Gait Director W. R. Castle ,.. Director SUGAR FACTORS . v coumssitjv hbrchlAnts AND INSURANCE AGENTS.. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial ft Busar Com pany. Haiku Sugar Company. Pala Plantation. Maul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. Kahulul Railroad Company. Haleakala Ranch Company. Honolua Ranch. ffl For Good Furniture "foung Building, - Honolulu CONTRACI'JR ft BUILDER Bstlmates elvan on all kinds of work. tit Bouth Hotel St. between Punck bowl ft AlapaL FOR SALE Bridge and Beach Stoves for Coal or Woo. Quick Meal Blue Flame Oil Stove -Perfection Oil Stoves. Giant Burner tSrasollne Stoves. EMMELUTH & CO., LTD. Phone 21L No. 145 King St CHINESE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING AND JOB PRINTING. No. 49 Cor. of Smith and Hotel Sti Manila Cigars YTtl vtMnA n..n1ll.. .1 T . in1.: HE I 111 A'ijjucL vuuuiy uuu Cevery variety. - '-jQn Large Stock Now on Hand. M S3 N. King St. Phone C40, Flowers and Trees Wo are closing out our nursery at Berotanla and Smith sts, and are eoll-i Ing everything at very low prices. Cair norma noses. Asters. Pansies nimn; Hons and all kinds of flowers. Chlneso" Lichee trees, orange trees, dhrlBtmas. J. II i.-v i -."l.p an UUIU3 oi j uiiiiy irees, Buruus, OIC. ' j Len Ohoy Corner Beretanta and Smith street Y. , Yoshikawa Good, new bicycle, 25; second hand,, any kind, cheap. Trlcyclos for aale. Uotorcyclea repaired and re-tired. ' m -V 1 f 'P. V I i 1 'k.