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Voi XII No. 3169
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OjP HAWAII. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1905
Pbiob 6 Cknts.
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Some Straight Talk
The Republican Territorial Central
Committee met at Republican head
quarters Saturday evening to hoar o
report of the sub-commlttce on revi
sion of party rules. Less than halt a
dozen members were present at, the
tlmo appointed for meeting, , 7:30
o'clock. Others dropped In and wait
ed for a quorum, which was never ob
tained and the time was passed very
pleasantly and profitably, too, by as
much of a discussion of general topics
as would have been Indulged In had a
regular meeting been held; Indeed, the
discussion was perhaps more free in
the Informal, chat'than could have been
expected of an official meetlngl
The following was said while the
faithful few were waiting vulnly for a
John Hughes "Your sub-committee
has a preliminary report to make. If
we ever get a quorum. This report I
the nucleus of something to com
A. 0. M. Robertson "I wroto to Mi
three other Islands, asking for sugges
tions on revision of rules; the only ro
fly I received was from Rice."
Senator John .Lane "I think every
body is too busy with County affairs
to give much attention to suggestions
for revision of rules." ,
Silence; everybody but Senator Lan' "" "!""' """" V", "Z n.77 IZ
meditating over pipes and cigars. I n w,e'f -1' ,T.he ,chf " Btral(n., nnd ho
c.n.n. T9n.L"riM .., .m,. ta dipped under' thei weight as the
Pr!nJ t,U fnrL,mM .nTnoi winch labored astmathlcally under Its
t?on fh the Jalir lb"rIcn- Lane thouSht that he WM
.i.j. ,.,,. ... .,. pulling up a couplo of tons of geolo-
,,7B -H m en. Slcal sea bottom formation until the
l mZ7J, ?i,7 S h. S! Bnchor aPPeared abovo the 8u"a
Las fired " that ho had hooke1 a Prlz0- The No
i . ' , , ,. au's anchor brought up no less than
LTCnIHnjLI.:(; w other mud hooks, weighing 1200
feJXE"taT.k. ?"d 10? PUnU -"vely which
X.i. .i.j t i.J- ....... ..lJi.i-..h't " former occas tons been lost be.
tl "ea.l:..K.'aA. b.alZUlt .m-e!liD!.! neath the rocky landing. Accompany-
Deal seats, himself and display, re
Fifth District Charlie "Every man
Brown's fired, Henry, has appointed to
the Jail, without 'any recommendation
to flro the Walanae Jailor because he I a n' Auckland, the chief clerk of
didn't vote for him;, but Atkinson told tho omce of the Secretary of the IUr
hlm to wait a bit. Now Carter's back rltory, will leave In tho Sierra to make
a changed' man wo' can't say what ja round trip to the Coast as a vacation.
Robertson "That Walanae matter
has been smoothed over. It does seem
odd that everybody In Henry's depart
mem nas suuueniy uecome inenicieni.
He let them out In a bunch."
Senator Lane "Johnson would make
a good Jailor; Vlda would make a good
Two more committeemen drop In.
Lane "I wonder what old (used In
Its affectlpna'te:Bense, no doubt) Roose
velt told the Governor?" '
Chas. Clarke "To go home and talk
It over with Robertson."
Robertson blows smoke.
Correct Clothes for Men
(Lane -"To smooth things over."
Clarke "To go to -I, hear" he has a
lane, Interrupting "Ko doubt the
reports back on tho mainland were
stretched a bit; tho reporters must
have stretched things a bit."
Clarke "I don't think thcro was
John Hughes "We should havo lots
of tlmo to consider the revision of tho
party rules. Every Republican should
help tho committee. Don't let's be too
quick In cutting out rules; we may cut
out something good. Here Is a chance
for everybody to get In and make flug
gostlons; let those who are already
(Continued on Page 8.)
Captain Lane of the steamer Noeau
ran Into a bit of surprise last week
while he was on tho rugged Hamakia
coast The" Noeau was at KukulhaeU
and was In tho, act of weighing her an
chor to (depart, when It, was' found that
the useful hook had seemingly tripled
them was about forty fathoms of
l" 0f whIch wa8 a flnd wortb
RITflff ANH TAKFS TPIP
,D,JWVliil"U lflftLJ lnlr
Ho will go, accompanied by his daugh
ters. Misses Vivian and Hazel Duct
land, as tho guest of J. D. Spreckels,
whoso prlvato secretary be formerly
Tho transport Sheridan was sighted
off Darber's Point at 1:30 this after-
EAKIN In this city, Saturday, Sept
j 2, 1904, to the wife of H, P. Eakin,
That bear thla label have
made It unnecessary for men
to any longer pay exorbitant
prices, or to 'submit to annoy
ing try-ons, delays, and fre
They provide Dress Suits
and Tuxedos, that It) style, fit
and, finish 'are the EQUAL3
of the choicest custom tailor
-work at much less cost, ready
to wear for Instant service.
FOR 8ALE ONLY BY
The Kash Company.
" LIMITED AGENTS.
H KB UP
Outing At Pearl Harbor
Calls Crowd To
TERRITORY OFFICERS REST,
"COUNTY SERVANTS TOIL
GOOD WEATHER PROMISED FOR
DASEQALL, GAME9 AND EX
There's too much blue smiling be
tween tho raindrops to cause any wor
ry about tho weather at tho Penlnuula
this afternoon and evening.
At this delightful retreat tho Hono
lulu Trades and Labor Council havo
arranged a great attraction for city
folks. Merrymaking In varied forms
Is on tho program, and an outing wor
thy of Labor Day, and one that will bo
long remembered, will give pleasure;
This afternoon games will fill tho
time and make glad the excursionists.
Refreshments will bo on band, enough
to go around and moro. Plcnlclng at
tho Peninsula, Pearl Harbor, Is an ex
perience In Itself worth having, talk
ing about and writing to friends about.
When twilight comes' hundreds of
feet will point their Itchy way to tho
pavilions and tho merry danco will In
vito to pleasure.
Tho Trades and Labor Council have
dono everything to bring about a
great success and an unqualified tri
umph of entertainment Is assured.
Trains will leave Palama depot at
2:15, 3:20, 5:15 and 7:30 p. m., and
will leave tho Peninsula for Honolulu
at 4:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 11:30 p. m
Scvcnty-flvo cents will bo charged
for tho round trip.
The following are tho officers and
Chairman of tho day, M. Heffernan;
floor manager, T. O'Drlen; commltteo
of arrangements, L. Toomey, F. Lar
son, J. Rcmwik; finance committee,
T. Cahalan, F. Crozler, C, Colden; ro
ceptlon commltteo, F. McLaughlin, F
Schmidt, W. P. O'Drlen; games com
mttteo, J. E. Langren, J, Hackett, F.
Labor Day was observed by tho hap
py wights In the Government employ
by an almost general absenco from
tho sacred precincts of tho Capitol,
Tho Governor, Secretary Atkinson nnd
Chief Clerk Duckland held forth, but
no heads of departments, excepting At
torney General Andrews, offended un
ion labor by a semblanco of work.
In tho. Judiciary building M. T. Ly
ons used the spare time left him from
attending to tho wants of the new Pa,
lolo settlers by finishing up soma oth
er work. Tho Federal officials on tho
other hand appeared In all their glory
Marshal Hendry and his deputies,
Winter and von Roenitz, were all in
their offlco. whllo United States Dis
trict Court Clerks Mating and Hatch
were working as hard as usual.
County offices were not supposed to:
bo open today, but Treasurer Trent,
Auditor Blcknoll, Clerk Kalauokalanl
end his corps of experts and County
Attorney and Deputy County Attorney
Douthltt and Mllverton saw fit to toll,
already so used to public service that
habit takes them to their posts even on
Around town closed doors and open
doors seemed about a tie, with all beta
off., but this afternoon It Is likely that
everything will be shut
With the Peninsula doings and base
ball, and a bunch of other things folks
find to do on a holiday, there will ba
enough to make the air pink with
1 T '
A PLAGE OF SAFETY
for valuables may be found In
our. safety deposit vaults
which are designed for the
storage of household valuables
of every description at all
times of the year.
The safes rent from
95 A YEAR UP.
Trust Co;, Ltd,
Port Street, Honolulu
D. A. CS AND ELKS
WEATHER REPORTED FINE AT
PARK KAM3 AND MAILES
PLAY FIR8T FOR TAIL-
Baseball Is king today. What prom
ises to bo the biggest crowd of tho
seaton and perhaps a record-breaker
for tho ground, will see tho gamo that
will cither make tho Elks monarch?
of the diamond or mako a deciding se
ries of threo games with tho 11. A. C.'s
necessary for the championship. Not
even polo has taken tho attention of
Honolulu sports as this baseball gamo
Reports from tire Baseball Park up
In Ihn tlmo of eolnc to cress were that
no rain had fallen at the Park, and tho' for sottement will probably soon
games will bo played as scheduled, i, .......... . . ...
The Kams and Malles play the first u completed. A field party from th,
This has no bearing on tho cup
championship, but wilt bo fought out
to the finish since It will determine the week.
tall-cndcrs of the race. Tho Kams The government lands at Alcwa aro
havo' a percentago of .2$5, the Malles situated on the hill at the Ewa end ot
or .142. Should tho Kams win they jU((j street, where a sort of a promon
wlll stand .375 as against the Malles' iory juts out Just above tho residence
.125. Should the Kams lose they will 0f the Lane brothers. In many ways
tlo tho Malles for last place, each the land resembles that on Pacino
team with .250 per cent. I Heights, except that It Is probablj
After tho Kams and Mnllcs havo ,0 easily accessible. Tho soil is very
fought it out for the submarlno cham- g00(1 nnd ghould with the aid of sufll
plonthlp tho biggest game of the sea- cent wntcr for irrgration purposes
son will bo battled between tho Elks be abit to produce various products.
and H. A. C.'s. These teams aro lieu,
for first with .714 per cent., each team
hnwlii umn flvn and lost tn'fl t-ntnpn.
.... ....0 .. ...- -- j- .-- 1, ,g (nj OI tt rona 10 incni nnu 01 a
If the Elks win, tho Becond series goes wnter BUppiy. Ag the Nuuanu rescr
to them with a percentago of .750 voir Is above tho Alewa land In elev'a-
against tno 11. A. ..s .w. 11 mo i.
A. C's win tho pcuxentages will bo re-
versed, and since theffclks took thu
first scries tho cbafnMon.hlp will bo
decided by a scries or.hreu games.
Betting has been rn her active, odds
favoring tho II. A. C.'s on account of
their two victories against one for tho
mis v. ... . -..-
Ull lUUir UUIIIIIH lu win vt h"v,
whllo tho Elks' mainstay Is fast field
Tho tenms will probably lino up In
tho following batting order, the play
er's batting average to dato following
II. A. C Kn Stic, 3b, .229! Fernan
dez, If, .23; J. Williams, 2b, .327;
Bruns-Louls, rf, .i00, .288; Aylett, cf,
.125; Joy, p, .322; II. Williams, .ss,
.200; QlcaBon, lb, .189; SoarcB, c,
Klks-Hampton. p. .327; Moore, 3b,
irn. whUn If .3S4! Cncflwell. lb.
a.ww( ., .. .---. --- . - ,
.245; Vnnatta, 2b, .177; Kia, cr, .2u;
Eyers, ss, .222; Wilder, rf, .276; King
land, c, .300.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Novadan, CapL Greeno, arrived In port
yesterday from San Francisco, with
s general cargo, Including a deck loa.1
of 283 hogs. Tho vessel brought four
teen bags of mall. Sho will load 1000
tons of sugar here, sailing for San
rruncisco via ivuuuiui luuuuuijr uh
THE LAST TRAIN.
The last train from the Labor Day
picnic tonight will arrive In Honolulu
nt 11:20 p. m. to connect with tho
TO GUT AND FIT IS AN ART !
Our cutting and fitting la done by an artist.
KNOWING HOW to put a garment together Is also an art Our
work Is artistic to that degrae of perfection 8HOWN by NO other
TAILOR In town.
We particularly desire to call your attention to our all alllc
Tuxedo-Suits For $35.00
DONT FORGET OUR
Business Suits At $20.00
There Is where we hand It out to the other fellow good and plen
ty. They can't come -near u on the quality, fit or workrnanshlp.
LevingaSton & Roland
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
-:.:An j ..mimsfmi
Y IS MI
jGood Property Will Soon
Be Opened For
POSSIBILITIES OF ROAD
AND WATfcR SUPPLY
ROADS ARE POSSIBLE FROM WYL
LIE STREET AND THE TER
MINUS OF JUDD
The surveying of tho landr of Alcwa,
u-MMi will In llm nmr future tin onpn.
Survey Department has been worKinf
on the ground
throughout tho pasf
The two prncpal questions connect-1
C(, wUh lno opennB of thc Aewa ian(1.
.. . . . .. . :
Uo ,, . ,d b ,.. nogslMe t0 brlna
wfltcr ,rom thcre up on the Wghi.
WIt ag ,hIg W0)I,d lnyo,vo cngUemuio
axpcndlturo , ,he way of a plpo no
,t ,eemg probablo thal the ncw Bmall
fJrmer. w ,mve ,0 t )hor wUcr
from ,h gk nnd pre,orvo lt , tnnk
some , an
nrlat on for n nine lino enn bo made
As Nuuanu valley, which Alewa bordcrr
on, was never known for n sparing
rainfall. It Is not probable that tho wa
ter question will cause much ot a hard
ship. I With regard to a road up tho Alcwa
'ridge there nro two feasible plans. A
road might be run from mnuka, begin
ning In tho neighborhood of Wylllo
street nnd proceed by nn easy grade to
tho plateau above This plun would bo
.the preferable ono, were It not .for tho
1 Jo,a na e o run rougn
.va""" i " """""'"i ti. j
prevent Its being carried through. As
an alternative a rond could be run from
tho end of Judd street up the hill, but
owing to tho topography o! tho placo
this would hardly bo as easy a road
as the mauka one.
J. Hopp & Co.,
WaaaUiflfctfu . ' 1rn ' rv: 1 '
FINAL SHOTS ARE
FIRED AT FRONT
PORTSMOUTH, N. H., Sept. 4. The
Robert Bacon To
Take Loomis' Place
(Aftrialtt Pm$ Bptotal CaiU)
OY8TER BAY, L. I., Sept 4. Robert Dacon of New York has been ap
pointed Assistant Secretary to auccee dLoomls, resigned,
ST. PETER8BURQ, Russia, Sept. 4. Gen. Llnevlteh reports that furthea
encountera with the Japanese have taken place.
STILL FIGHTING FEVER.
(Alioclatei rmi Sprcfa! CatU)
NEW ORLEAN8, Sept. 4. Thlrty-four new cases and four deaths consti
tute the yellow fever record today. .
LOBS IN TYPHOON PATH.
8AIG0N, Cochin China, Sept 4. A
the Tonqutn coast.
BAYFIELD, Wis., Sept. 4. Eleven
were lost In the wreck of that vessel at
Japanese Invent Plan
By Which They Can
Dodge Tax Collector
BORROW RECEIPTS FROM EACH OTHER
Local tax officials havo of lato run
up against a now and peculiar condi
tion of things In the lino of tricks of
wily Japanese, who try by foul mean"
to oado tho eaglo cyo and vulturo
scent of tho tax gatherers. To the tax
official tho members of tho Japanese
hol-pellol look moro or less alike, and
this causes some difficulty In their
work The wily sons of tno sunnso
Am- hnvn nvlilpntlv discovered that th
tax officers labor under this disadvan
tage and havo taken advantage or tnia
tnM i,v hnrrnwlnc and lending each
others' personal tax receipts, so that
one receipt win worn iur uikii ur
Comfortable shoes are an aid to diligence In the schoolroom
and enhance the merry pleasures of recess, f your child la
not well fitted he Is apt to stand lower In his class than would
otherwise be the case. Many parents have unpleasant memo
ries of the way their feet were pinched In their school days,
and are unwilling that their children should endure the tortures
that they did, WE FIT SHOES TO THE CHILD NOT THE
CHILD TO THE SHOES.
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.. Ltd;
J05J FORT STREET
- Vr ifr -iriifisi'fik n ill '
peace treaty will probably be signed
typhoon has caused great loss along
of the crew of the steamer 8evona
Sand Island, Lake Superior.
The schemo was first discovered
when it was worked by Japanese who
Intended to depart from the Territory.
The tax officials do not bellevo In hay
ing any Japancso leaving tho sunny
shores of Hawaii net without paying
for the privilege ot using the most ex
cellent roads which prevail In abund
ance. In the Japanese, quarters, and
without putting up for' tho privilege
of being nabbed by tho police when
they have Indulged In carving up a
wife, or some other popular Japanese
pastime. For this reason a tax col
lector holds forth at the gangplank ot
every departtnv steamer and holds nn
(Continued .on Page 8.)
See- that your children
SHOES: FOR SCHOOL
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