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Kvents thickens I In the tajal trouble
shortly after tlio Uullcl In iilutcd on
plmc of It on Sitnrdsy.'
John l Colhurn received a wireless
telegram thai ufternoon oni.ounclng
the nrreat of hi run llert along with
John Wine ami :anothcr. They hml
been at the l-niial ranch for some time
looking after Mr Colburni Interest!,
when Toiler Lieutenant Lcs.le arrlvcj
on the scene to levy the lllsunp & Co.
execution on judgment ngttust Mrs.
Tululu Hayseldcn In the Mntinalcl plan
It appears that the Col burn contin
gent ran short of sustenance and
rounded up a nock of shot-p for th"
purpose of procuring a fat n.utton sub
ject. This was regarded as an Inter
ference with Justice and the voudr men
were arrested on the chui.se of ma
Word of this turn In ifTalrs came
after arrangements had been made to
shirt supplies and send Instructions to
tha; guard on the return of the steamer
Hawaii, which had just airlvcd front
Molnkal with cattle.
John'f. Colburn Immediately ap
plied for ball for the throe men to
Deputy Sheriff Chltllngworth. The lat
ter declined to nominate the bond, as
be I'did not know the gravity of tho
Mr. Colburn then chrilcrcd tii
steamer Hawaii and sailed In her at
midnight for Lahalna, accompanied by
his attorney. C. W Ashforit, ilnd Will
(am Illalsdell. They could not effect
a landing at the ancient capital on ac
count of high seas, hut got ajhore nt
the Pioneer Mill landing and reached
Lahalna by 8 a. m. Sunday. Mr. Col
burn communicated with Shot Iff Bald
win by telephona but reieived Iden
tically the same answer he had from
The prisoners bad not yci arrived at
Lahalna but a wireless message hail
announced that they were coming over
from Lanal In a whateboal. They
reached Lahalna by 11 o'clock. John
Wise explained to Mr. Colb nn the oc
casion for their arrest wh'eh has been
Application for ball was Anally raao'
to Deputy Sheriff Lindsay ft Lahalfta
district, lie nxcu ti at szuu cacn man,
or 1600 altogether. The true was to
come before the Lahalna magistrate
this morning and Mr, AshforJ remained
to conduct the defense.
'I do not blame the polko for doing
their duty In serving the execution,
since they are protected by Bishop &
Co.'s bond In 30,000," Mr. Cuiburn said
this morning. "But I do blame Deputy
High Sheriff Chllllngworth and Shcria
Baldwin for1 refusing ball outright. 1
offered them a bond for JMO.jOO If nec
essary, which is more than would be
rciulred for n case of murder.
'Chllllngworth'? refusal nf bnll put
me to the expense of cn.irU'rlng n
steamer. The polite have nut heard thu
last of this, nnd L'lshnp k Co. have not
heard the 'Inst of It elthor."
Hill supplies of food for the Col
burn garrison were carried by tha
steamer Hawaii, which returned to Ho
nolulu last midnight with Messrs. Col
Bum and Illalsdell. Saturd.iy'8 trouble
makc-a fresh compllcatloi of the La
nal ranch Issues The Judgnuut against
Mrs. Hnyscldcn, tlio execution upon
which tho Gibson estuta lb resisting,
am6untH to about JbOOO. Mr. Colburn a
tight on the side Is for tho Interest In
the ranch he purchased from Krcd II.
Hnyselden prior to tho sale of tho
property under foreclosure to Chariot
(Continued from Pago 1.)
comuicnt wan that thcrtl might bn
other causes for the Incrcau'd rainfall.
"As one Instance of the changed con
dition, take tho matter of taio. Twen
ty j ears ago agents for clWerent vil
lages along the Kona coast were reg
ular buyers of taio on Muttl. Kcry
steamer, ten days apart, carried ItOOO
nr J3000 worth of palal from Maalnea
bay to Kona landings. Now Kbna
ships 400 bags of tnro tnery ten day.
to Honolulu. No, there Is no taro
blight In Kona. It U Upland taro,
which Is not affected by the blight.
"While the,, manufacture of pol In
Kona Is In the hinds of, the Chinese
and Japanese, tho growing of taro re
mains with the native Havallans. It
Is the natives that benefit mostly from
the Industry, therefore', and tUc'area ol
taro cultivation Is' steadily1 Increasing.
"It Is only the cattlenwn of Kona
who want' to see the lantana eradlcatod,
but the rcBt of us do not wapt Kona
to be n cattle cojntry. In bouth Konit
there are many square miles of new
forest where no trees grew before.
Ohln trees arc springing up on every
Km) L. Leslie of Nn poo poo was pics
ent at the Interview with Mr. Muller
pud gave strong nsscnt to his statement
of tbo Kona conditions.
Mr. Muller tejolces In the news that
the Senatorial Commission tmnnlruoua'
ly favors a bounty of four cents a
pound on Hawaiian eotfen.
rour rents Is Just what It costs me
to bur yest my colfee," Mr. Muller said.
"That Includes tbe picking, curing,
bulling and bagging.- " '"
"Coffee had been at a standstill for
tome years, but lately It has received
a fresh Impetus. This Is otlng to tup
news of disaster In the Guttemala cof
fee region. Within tbe past few wccEm
there has been a brushing up of old
coffee fields. I have trad several In'-1
onirics, also'jf6f coffee lands. With
J.'Sf bounty there la no doubt (hat cof-
let growing .wpuui job greu.iy siimuiai
ed' throughout the group."
, Read' "Wants'' on pago 6.
Now goods by. tbo Zcalandla at 0.
A Catholic CVnctery no'.lco Jpeur
under Now Tod . ' $
I'm Vicar Mint I leaves fur Maul to
day to lc'gonoLn'wcck.
Harmony Lodge, No. S, I, O. 0. F.,
ueou tonight at 7:30 In Harmony Hall.
During the huntlmi season lliintnrn
will hunt Hunter It)'! at the Pantheon
, Ah It, charged with gambling, was
discharged In the Police Court this
1tlt,h .RKnrlrf tlrnurn rntiilnMl frnm
VwBlial In the W. Q. Hall en 3utid
Blabk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tbe Bulletin Publish
A female stenographer Is wanted In
a Inw office.' Sec wants under New
Today, on page 8.
Kapahu, a native, was fined & arl
costs, In the Police Court this morning
on the chargo of profanity.
Corns and Ingrowing na'.Ia success
fully treated without pain. 'Dr. Bogle,
Oregon block', Hotel street. OttUo noma
1 to C p. m.
The annual stockholders meeting ol
the Inter-Island Telegraph Co. ti
called for Jamtnty lllh, 8r3 New To
flay for notice, rt
The band will lvc a concert In Urn
ma Square this evening nt flic usual
hpur, This will be the last concert n!
the band before "jolng to Hilo tomor
row. Eraroett May, manager of tho Ccr
mania Life Insurance Co, Is distrib
uting very useful desk calendar t)
the patrons and friends of his com
pany. There will be a reception aboard th.
Cable ship Sllvortown thin afternoon.
Launches o'r thj Naval Station nil!
convey the guests to and from th
Superintendent of Public Works It.
i:. Cooper leaves for Hawaii tomotrow
on n lour.of Inspection of vnilous gov.
ernment work which comcj under his
There Is to be n very Important meet
ing of the executive Committee of the
Republican ' party In headquarters
this afternoon. Hrcry memoti Is ex
pected to be presenL
We want to buy clean totton, silk
or woollen rags for weaving carpets.
rugs and portieres. .Honolulu Bug and
Carpet Weaving Co, 1017 Bethel Street,
with Parcel Delivery. Telephone, Blue
C. W. Spitz of Nnwlllwlll, Kaunl, was
among the passengers from Kaunl In
the W. 0. Hall Sunday morning. He
la here on a business trip and will re
turn home In the Hall tomortow after
noon. Good work Is being done nt thu
"Marllana' rehearsals. Tlvo catcula
lion at the present time Is".to glv'e (he
opera on the 29th and 30th of Feliru
nry. This, of courso, Is subject to
As will be seen by reference to tho
tugar quotations received, over the
"able this forenoon, there has been
Jlnce Saturday a drop of in Honokna
t rite of ',1 In Makawcll an I n drop or
Vt In Paauhau.
Two fine bookcases were recently ,
purchased by Secretary Atkinson fot
thu headquarters of thu IUVuhllcau I
party. They havo been Installed and i
tho reports from Washington atil otli-'
cr books and pamphlets havo born put
In place. As matter Increases moral
bookcases of tho same kind will bo i
The steamer Hawaii atrlved from
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports laid
Saturday afternoon. Purser Burning
bam reports that a prelty rough trip
was experienced At a coupla of points
on Molokal, no landing could be ef
fected on account of the rough sea.
The Hawaii let,: port again Saturday,
night at 11 .p'cltck and went to La
halna to bring John Wise and his party
back to Honolulu. The Hawaii re
turned to Honolulu last night at mid
night. She will depart nt 5 o'clock this
afternoon, touching the MoloVat poria
of the I.ehua's run and will thensPrji
cced back to her regular route on the
Hilo and Hamakua ports. "
Cable To Manila By "'
Next Fourth of July
New York, Jan. 2. Clarenco Mae
kay, president; Ocorgo Oj Ward, vice
president and general manager, ami
the other officials of tho Commercial
Pacific Cablo Company, "are greatly
pleased at tho completion, o.f the. cnble
to Honolulu. Speaking oC.tne project
today, Watd said'
"It Is a particular satisfaction to us
to have the cable completed on tho
first day of tho now year becauso It ful
fills our promise to Congress, napld
progress Is being mado In tho manufac
ture of tbo Bectlons to be laid betwepn
Honolulu and Manila, and over 3,500
mllos of this cablo has already, been
manufactured. I fully expect mesi
sages will be exchanged with. Manila
by the Fourth of July next. The1 lay;
Ing of tho remaining sections, will
commence from Manila the first .wi(t
In May next."' ?
' ))- -is l. I IS S . t '
Dubbs Wby did yqu knock the man
down? ' ''-
Tubbs Tor saying "jHold you so."
New York Herald. ". "
nn iu n
Of smartness and a wealth of new-
ness in every pair of " HANAN "
Shoes that keeps this line pre
eminently ahead of all others.
Nothing is more convincing than
a trial, and we would suggest a pair
of the new PATENT COLT
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Streel
t LARGEST STOCK OF
LATEST PUBLISHED BOOKS
Society and Office Stationery and
School Tablets and Exercise Books
" Blank Books For Office Use
Copying Books and Copying Presses
and Office Supplies
Best Goods for the Least Money.
Perhaps you have a plcco of
furnlturo about tho Iioubo that
would look better after a llttlo
repair work. We can mako It
look like new for very llttlo
Box Couches, upholstered with
leather, matting or cloth, and
also made to order, any size.
Furniture polishing done In
the most satisfactory manner.
FURNITURE CO, Limited
Corner Port and Beretanla 8ts.
SHARP & WISE
761 Alakea St.
Phone Main 63
,f Signs In l,0f Hours for 51,01
A character, an individuality, that
them from other makes
them by their perfect
lines and detail of high
The Walalua Beach Hotel
property at Walalua Station. An
excellent location for a moderate
Klcven bedrooms, parlor, hall,
largo dining room facing tbo
ocean, pantries, kitchen, etc.
Splendid ocean view, always
cool and breezy.
LEWERS & COOKE
177 SOUTH KING ST.
You will find them with
us, because we handle not
only our own but others
as well. In buying from
us you have all the best
pictures and calendars of
Honolulu before you and
can make your selection
Photo-Supply Co., Ltd.
I ONE WEEK MORE 1
Our Stock of SILKS, WOOLEN
DRESS GOODS, VELVETS,
PLUSHES 'and DRESS TRIMMINGS
at a Very Low Figure.
Also some Fine FRENCH FLAN-
NELS at Cut Rate Prices.
This Chance is yours. Don't miss
it.. Remember it is for THIS
WEEK ONLY, .
HONOLULU, JAN. la, looa
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PlaltlllM C ....
rfalll Cock Ii St Co
Hawaiian Surar Co ..,
Hooobbo Scttar Co
lonokaa 5o(af Co ..
Hat Sa(ar Co
Cabika Plantation Co
Colon Surar Co
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.,OU,Ox' l ...
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Sonata Snrar Plan. Co
Olta Surar Co. Ltl,
-Noala Covr-any .
PaaohaoStl. Plan. Co
Pacific Sunr Mill. ,
Pala Plantation Ccr ,..
Pel calcao Sticar Co ...
CKOMrMIII Co. ,
iVaialua Arrt Co
WallukiiSiitarCo ., .
VlltfaTT ?!; PI nip WO.Jcl
mwi ! tiKtrw to,
Hon. Rapll T & L. Co
Hutu a! Ttf pnont Co.
O.bu Ry&l, Co.,..,,
0O,000 lot I
HtwtlUo Gov ptr cent
Hilo R K Co 6 rr cent
HooRtpli Trinilt ...
Ei Plintitn 6rrcnt
vinu k at b to per c
Oibg Piinttlon 6 p c
3l PUnUtlonft p. c
VtUlU AfT'Oil. 6 p. t
Kibuku 6 pr ctntt..,i
8ales 7 Oahu Pltn., 97Jcl.,
While Honolulu was rnoyinr peace
nnd quiet last week from a standpoint
of the weather, the people on Molokal
and particularly tho lepers nt Kalau
papa were surfcrlng from a ttorm thai
did damage all over the Island. Tbe
comparison Is made because It seem
strange that this island shotlld not haves
felt at least a touch of tbe storm here,
being as close as IMs to MolokaL
The storm was tit Its worrt un Wed
nesday and at that time the greatest
damage done wj,tKc total destruction
of the wharf at 'tho leper wttlemrni
landing which wilt prove a Cleat hard
ship to the people 'of the settlement.
Superintendent McVeigh tells the fol
lowing story of the storm which re-
snltcd In the destruction of the land
ing. In n letter written to Secretary
Chnrlock of the Hoard of Health nnd
under date of January 8:
'We have had n very hoary storm
up here and our wharf bafl been
smashed The whole outer ind will
have to be rebuilt You oug.it to hare
seen the scat, running In bcrc. It was.
a sublime sight nnd one w-hlrb I shall
never, forget However, the enjoyment
we experienced w title w Alining Uie
tremendous seas as they dashed against
the loast was very much lesrrncil by
the destruction of the wharf.
"It Is hard to tell Just what to do.
We can't get n boat in even If the
weather was calm. All lh wreck of.
the wharf Is piled up right whero th
boats were wont to lay wnen coralnc
ashore to the landing,"
Mr McVeigh states that ho has been
very busy making estimates a to tho
coast of a new wharf In order that ha
ma bo able to send them to llonoluf.i
on Tuesday (tomorrow). Not knowing
the exact extent of the damage dono
by the seas, the L'oard of Health can
not make any calculations nnd will
have to wait until Mr. McVeigh's esti
mates arrive It may be that tbe re
mulnlng portions of the landing wilt
have to bo blown up before any work
can be undertaken If tlio estimates
atrlw nt the time Mr. MtVclgb ex
pects, tbo lloaid or Health will be ablaj
to take some action nt Its regular met
Ing on Wednesday next.
STRHFT ' " 2
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