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Vor.. XV HI No. S330
HONOLULU, TKKKITOllY OP H a WAIl. TUESDAY MAIIOU 'A l0(i
PlUOB 6 Oknts
Japan To Erect $100,000 Building: Here
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Waianae Lime Mine
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LARGE DEPOSITS FOUND ON GOVERNMENT LAND
The jiToductlon of llmo on a big com
mercial scale may be the next of tlio
dlveiMacd Industrie which Hawaii
will tackle In tho near future. A big
lime deposit near Walanao has attract
ed, tho eye of capitalists of tho main
land, who arc now making arrange
ment for tho purchase of tho land
when tho deposit Is, with tho purpose
of establishing a big plant thoro for
the development of tho property.
The lime beds In question arc situa
ted on the Government land nt I.ualua
lei, near tho Walanao railroad station.
It Is understood that for somo time
past the Walanao plantation has taken
tho lime It used from theso beds, but
othctwltse no partlculnr attention ta
been paid to them. How the mainland
capitalists were attracted to tho depos
its Is not to be ascertained at present,
but tho fact remains that they hnvo
bad an cxhauslvo examination mado of
the beds, and havo recently opened ne
gotiations with tho Government for the
nurchase of the land.
Land Commissioner Pratt, when ask
ed about the matter this forenoon, sta
ted that tho Survey Department had
men on the ground, who were making
n accurate survey of the land whero
the deposits wcro found.
"1 understand that the people behind
the whole proposition aro mainland
capitalist," said Pratt. "They have a
local man hero acting as their agent.
I nm not able to say at present wboth
r there will bo any deal made, and I
cannot give out the names of tho par
ties concerned in me manor until at
tain bate reached a more doflnlto
"The land on which tho deposits aro
found Is about 30ii acres In extent, I
should say. I understand that tho as
eas mado of the product shows it to
run about 07 to US per cent, pure lime.
Tho backers of tho scheme must hnvo
made pretty careful examinations of
the place, before thoy eamo to mo
.nbout the matter, but I am unable to say
Just now what tho depth or tho extent
of the lime deposlta nre. 1 know that
If the matter goes through it will be a
pretty big thing. If everything comes
out satlrfactorlly the land will be put
up at a regular public auction, at
which tho highest bidder win sccuro
Hawaii bas for many years been a.
.pretty big consumer of lime, as this
product, besides Its general uses, Is
U80I extensively in tho manufacture of
sugar. Should tho Territory be able to
proluce Its own lime supply, a pretty
penny In freight rates will probably be
&vcd each year.
Pihale walks Doing guard duty.
DUNCE AT 11
Thcio will bo n danco this evening
at the Moann Hotel, In honor of quar
termaster Captain Nixon, Col. Smith
oT tho Klghth Infantry and tho officers
and ladles aboard tho transport Logan.
The splendid band of tho Eighth In
fantry will play during tho Intormlv
slons. Tho well-known Moana ncl
como Is extended to people of tho city
and all strangers within tho city's
Kates to attend tho evening's nlonsures.
SIERRA GETS AWAY "
The Sierra got away for San Fran
cisco shortly after 3 o'clock this after
noon In a fine but steady rain storm,
A great crowd was on tho wharf he
font tho rnln commenced and It was a
wet procession that found Its way
homeward. Tho Oregon girls were gtv- ,
en an enthusiastic but rather wet send-!
I. I). Creedon. the Governor's private
secretary, bas been summoned before i
the Maul Grand Jury. Ho left for Wat-
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timony Is wanted regarding the fee In
the Douse case, which Attorney Gen
eral 'Andrews was alleged to have collected.
Japanese Acting Consul I.. Matsu
bara received In the last mail from
Yokohama, per S. S. Coptic, yesterday,
advices from the home government to
the effect that n bill had passed bolh
houses of tho parliament appropriating
200,000 en, about $100,000, for the
wctlon In Honolulu of n nqw Japanese
Mr. Matsubara stated this afternoon '
that the building would perhaps he
erected Inside of three years. The site
might bo that of the former" Nuuanu
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company has, through Its attorneys,
Smith & Lewis, Died a libel for sal
vaga'agalnst the schooner Kaulkeaoull,
owned" by the firm of Allen & Itoblnson
and her cargo. Deputy United States
Ocean Yacht Race
$500 SILVER GUP IS ORDERED
Maria Caspar has filed an action In Marshal Frank Winter loft today for
ejectment against Mary E. Low and ". where tho schooner Is now lying.
Yin Kul for tho possession of n piece In order to attach her.
of land at Kapaloa, Pauoa Valley, anl T1,c. libel sets forth that tho Inter-
damages n the sum of 1500 with costs. , ''" wuiujimiy is ri uio
, m . I steamer Kalulanl. On March 11, 1906,
One, hundred passengers from tho he Kalulanl sighted the Kaulkeaoull
Coast aro expected In the Manchuria;'""1 "" lh Kn " ?" .?.'
,... South Point on tho coast of Hawaii,
tomorrow. jwhoro she was drifting helplessly
You can laugh at misfortune as Ion, ..The schooner had tort her
.. ,. .mil. ,. .... .mainsail, main boom and nlo In a
us fortune smiles on you. j,tom w'hch WM nglng u iha
,,,,., . ... , .. , tlmo, and was In grent danger of being
It Is the wise man who thinks that catrM far out t0 ea aml toU Ue.
it Is better to forgive than to nht troyed or lost.
WaSaWVfJiHsW-r . i i Tho Btcamer, which Is worth J75.000,
i ' vain Rreai. riK 10 ncnicii ana hit cri-'w
v or miriy-rour men, got a lowuno on
l dna i1 tttn. ifitinnnnp anil nrnxirulnJ Irt
Men Interested In the coming ocean
yacht race between San Francisco aud
hW port met at the rooms of the Ha
waii Promotion Commltteo yesterday
altcrnoon at 4 o'clock and got to work
on tho details of the big event,
Pi (-sent were: Commodore II. H.
Cooper. Fred. C. Bmlth, Fred, L. Wal
dron, llobcrt Shingle, T. II. Hobron,
Clarence Macfarlane, Mr. Lylo and
Secretary Pctrlo of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club It was a Joint meeting of the
Promotion Committee and the Hawaii
Commodore H. E. Coopor was elect
ed chairman, Fred. C. Smith was mado
trcamrer and H. P, Wood, secretary of
the Promotion Comitlttee, was elected
secretary of the combined committee.
It was decided to hold meetings Mon
day afternoon nt 1 o'clock, to keep
things moMng for the great ocean
Fred smith and itoben sningie were
appointed as an auditing committee tu
Socrctary H. P. Wood was Instructed
to nddress a letter to Shrcve & Co .
San Francisco, placing an order for
me cup mat is io dc mo principal ire
.hy, tho prize for the winner of the
race. It Is Intended to lime a num
ber of smaller trophies, facsimiles of
the first prize, to give the contestants
as souvenirs. These latter will be
mado In Honolulu. If the sumentr
trophies arc not facsimiles they will
be sultablo cups purchased of local
According to the Instructions sent
Shreve & Co., the first prlzo will be a
$500 cup, calabash shaped, of solid
sller and II hod with gold, 93 by lC'.i
Inches, On one side (hero will bo a
sketch of Diamond Head and on the
Other space will be left for the name
of tho wlnnlg yacht and a suitable
The base will be seven Inches high
and sixteen Inches In diameter at the
bottom, made of koa or ko wood. This
work la glcn Shrcvo & Co. for the
reason that It would bo Impossible to
get It done elsewhere In time. Shrcvo
& Co, nre urged to get the cup finished
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Ttfcptone Exchange No. 4.
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ft Y O U N Q BUILDING, t' on ace
The KA'SH COMPANY, Ltd.
Calls the attention to the Consolidation of its
Stores in the improved and attractive quarters
at the corner of Hotel and Fort streets. The
management takes, this opportunity to thank
its many patrons for past favors and cordially
invites them to call at the new store, where
they will always be welcome and find the
largest and best Stock of Clothing and Fur
nishings in the city '
The old Hatcl street store is closed and all
business hereafter conducted at the
FORT STREET STORE
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UUUU rUrUllUIw It boar-1 thBchooner and proceeded to
fi iuh utrr iu iiiiu, wiiciu niiu uuaiijr ui'
s A. &.. 1 Vlainil In na f silr Tti pmt crlintit Ida Imn
'i Largest oiock in m uny "i "y '" f" ''". """" '"
6 from which to make selections, k ?.u.rl" ?l. !." !5.h.?"c !!". bc E?
it, , iuiku, iiciiuu ui hv,i:uivvii uuuio, iin
X steamer was In constant danger of
naviug mo luwiiuo iuui ucr iJiuprut-r.
I illO IIUCI IUI11IVI kiivs 1111 IU buuw
j (hat tho Kaulkeaoull herself Is worth
, wnuo ner cargo, which cuiiiibi
1,700 bags of Al sugar, destined
llnnnliilii l vnlno.t nl 1.1. RID. Tho
J "Old Reliable Furniture House." J. Intei-Island Company claims that It Is
ftYOUNO BUILDING, t' on account of tho services rendered
Jvt-tv. i-(intfiJM-?3ffs hy Uk steamer Kalulanl, entitled to sal.
J' j Ivage In the proportion generally given
In such cases, and nsks for the sum of
S 1.670. this being Just one half of tho
I combined vnluo of tho schooner and
The noxt meeting of the Hoard of
Supervisors will probably occur on the
19th or -Oth Instant..
JWW 8 S S S -aC-SK!
Pit win i
w I A IT YIjYj
Tho trial of Jolinn, who committed
tho atrocious murder on tho Wharton
child at Walalua a short time ago, will
begin next Thursday. Tho case was
set for that date by Judge Lindsay,
with the understanding that It should
be continued only In case both tho
prorcciitlon and the defenso agreed to
"I am not going to consent to a con
tinuance of tho Johnson case," said
Attorney General Peters today. That
matter has dragged along too long al
ready. I shall expect to start right
ahead with tho caso on Thursday."
When Judge Kingsbury, who was
originally appointed to defend John
son, withdrew from the derense, judgo
Lindsay appointed T, M. Harrison and
Abraham Kaulukou to take his place,
lloth these attorneys would prefer to
withdraw from the case, or at. least to
hav-) an extension of time granted In
which to prepare a defense, but It Is
not probable that the court will con-
The Tropic Fruit Company has pre
sented each Oregon maid of the Jour
nal rarty, leaving for homo In the Sier
ra trday. with a box or Hawaiian can
ned pineapples. The company also
senJs to the Oregon journal omcc,
Portland, half a dozen csbcs of the lus
Naval Militia Under
(Atiocinlcd Vrttt Fprclal Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 13. The bill providing for State Naval
militia t obecarrled on along the lines of the present State National Guard,
has been favorably reported to Congress. This will provide Government ap.
propriatlon for Naval Militia organizations.
DRITI8H STEAMER COLNE GOES DOWN.
m LONDON, England, March 13. The British steamer Colone has founder,
ed on the Dutch coast. Twelve of the crew'were drowned and seven saved.
TAFT IS UNDECIDED.
(Aiiociated J'rrst Special Calk)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 13. Secretary Tatt says he Is undecided
whether to accept an appointment to the Supreme Bench.
ASKS ABSOLUTE DIVORCE.
(Aiioclatcil J'rcM Sptclal Cable)
PARIS, France, March 13. The Countess Castellane has asked for an
absolute divorce from her husband.
Kdgar Hcnrlqucs, representing tho
Kaahiimanu aud Kamehameha Clubs,
tho iormcr an aggregation of ladles
and the latter of members of the male
,sex, will present himself beforo the
members of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mlttoo, In regular session assembled
I this nlternoon, to discuss with them
.various projects for the fitting obscrv
lancu of Kamehameha Day, June 11th,
tho principal holiday with all Hawaii
ans. Representatives of. tho boat clubs
will also appear before the Promotion
Committee In ro the great water car
nival planned. They don't want this
event io occur on junu n, ior mo rea
son that It would Interfere with train
ing for the races on July 4th. Tho car
nival may take place on April 21st.
J. II. Castle will go to Kauai this af
ternoon to visit tho Molokans at Ha
paa, to see how they aro gottlng on
and to completo cortatn arrangements
for their welfare.
8ARRIEN IS FRANCE'S LEADER.
to rent a box In our safe-deposit
k vault. The cost Is very nominal
S5 PER YEAR AND UP,
jif and you may rest assured that V
V your valuables, once Installed r
W theeln, are as safe as they cans
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no company passed a better ex
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LIFE. All approved forms of in
(Altoclatcd l'rc$$ Special Cable)
PARIS, France, March 13. M. Sarrlen has formed a Cabinet.
DOWIE AND HIS WIFE PART.
f.tMoelatri! I'm Sprrtal Cable) ' '
CHICAGO, III., March 13 "Elijah" Dowle and his wife are said to have
GOVERNMENT TO MAKE POWDER.
(Attoetalrtt Vrttt fipeclal Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 13 An amendment made to the National
Fortification Bill provides for a Government powder factory. '
OLD MINISTRY WILL GO BACK.
BELGRADE, Servla, March 13. The old Servian Ministry that went out
on account of Its being opposed to the pro-Austrian policy, will be slightly al
tered and returned to power.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal March 13. BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s td. Par
Ity, 3.77 cents. Previous quotation, 8s 3 3-4d.
fishermen at Lahalna, Maul, underwent
shipwreck In the raging ''storm of the
7th Instant, a brave Hawaiian, Kaulwa,
by name, seeing various attempts at
rescuo falling. Jumped Into the break
ers and, after many struggles In tbe
angry waves, rescued the shipwrecked
"With much pleasure and hearty ap
preciation I heard of theevent and the
action of the noble and self-sacrificing
"At the same time I take special In
terest In this matter, since the facts
show how much klndneta and friend
liness Is shown by the Hawallana and
other residents for tho Japanese.
"I Immediately wrote to some Japan
ese nt Lahalna In order to make In
quiry about this heroic action aud
about the method of cxprcsslug Ibankj
undertaken by the Japanese society
there, and of which I was tery glad to
, "After reccUIng their report I wish
to express my high appreciation and
profound thanks'toward the bravo Ha
waiian thiough the proper channel."
K. Matsubara, Japanese Acting Con
sul here, this afternoon gave tho fol
lowing statement to n Kill let In report
er: "As. we know from your paper of
March Oth. when several Japanese
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