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Voii. X1II No 3510
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11. LW)
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PORTUGUESE IMMIGRANTS
HAVE SAILED FOR HAWAII
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Funchal Madeira Island
Oct 11, 1906
Hawaiian Immigration Board,
Honolulu, T.H.
Suveric sailed, 1325 people. Early Dec
ember arrival.
This cablegram received this morn
Ing by Secretary J. P. Cooke of th
Ooard of Immigration tells In brief the
ttory of the success of Commissioner
Stackable and Fraser In obtaining
Portuguese Immigrants for Hawaii.
Mr. Cooke was very much slated
when the cablegram wat received and
members of the Board Immediately
started In with plans for the enlist,
ment of another lot of Immigrants as
lapidly as possible.
Tho cablegram Is Interpreted to
GANDIDATES Off
I
t : i i .
Big Meeting is Expected
At Kaimuki Zoo
Tonight
At 7: ir o'clock (IiIh morning tho Ho
publican candidates started from head
quarters on Merchant street on ttn-lr
big foitr-iluy slumping tour around tlix
Iflanil. Two vi-hlrlcH conveyed tlif
Lunch, which wiik composed of the fo
IowIiik: W. O. Hmltli, I.. I.. McCuiid-l
less. Clint. V, Clillllngworlh, A. S. Kit-,
lelopu, II. N. Kanllionul, H. 1'. Correa,
Jcihepli Kaluna, II. V. I.elelwl, John
I umit utiles tor ,Ur i
MADH IN NEW YORK
jl&!iMf
Will
MVKM
lL'tur
mean that the steamer Suverle sailed
this morning, with 1,325 immlgranti
on board for this port and It expected
to arrive hers -early In the month of
December.
The Suveric was chartered In Lon
don by Collector Stackable tho latter
part of September. She It a nsw
steamer of 4,020 tons register and
owned by Andrew Weir & Co., of
Glasgow. This company hat of late
been changing Its sailing thlpt to
tteamers and building new ones. It It
developing a trade with the Pacific.
I,. I'uoo, A. M. Drown , J. V. Catbcurt,
F, T, I'. Wnti'Miouse, D. Kaluiiukalanl,
James Dlcknell, W. V. llurrls, John C.
J jik; anil Jus. II. Iloyd,
Tho Itinerary ban Ik en arranged as
IoIIowm:
TIIUUSIIAY, OCTOIIKIl It.
Kuucolie, at U a. in.
Walluu, at 12 m.
Wulkauc, tit 7:30 p. in.
1'IUDAY. OCTOIIKIl 12.
Kfiliuiiu, at 10 a. m.
I'uiialuu, at 1 l. in.
Manilla, at 2:30 p. in.
I-ule, at 7:30 p. in.
HATUHOAY, OCTOIIKIl 13.
Wulalua, at 7:30 p. m.
SUNDAY. OCTOIIKIl 14.
Wlanap, at 12 in.
While I hose candidates are tomlns
Ilin IhIuihI. tin- Hciuibllcana left In town
will nevertheless bo treated to their
Mutro of political oratory. Tonight
there, will lie a Republican meeting at
7:30 o'clock at the Kalmukl Zoo, at
which a record-breaking crowd la ox-
pecteil, the frej admission to the fam-
(Contlnued on Page 2.)
We Have The
Exclusiveness
In clothes to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
thote of ultra;fathlonablt cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothet are told nowaday!,
there It no excute for any
man not to be dretted In ac
cord with Fashion.
THEKASH00..LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNEP FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
nd has already sent thlpt to the Pa
clfle Coast.
When the first cable was received
announcing that Stackable had char
tared the ship, Commissioner Tenney
cald he hoped the first lot of Imml.
grants would number from a thousand
to twelve hundred persons. The ca
ble this morning show that hit hopes
have besn fulfilled.
The Suvsrlc will come around ths
Horn and presumably direct to Honow
lulu. It Is supposed that she hat a
cargo for tome port of the Pacific
Coatt but will land her passengers
II
1ESIIFVJN
First Officer Did 'Not
Even Expect To
Prosecute
In Mm i-nRn nf Tlmmntt .1. VivcA vfl. ItlC
Oceanic Steamship Co. for J5000 dam
ages for ulleged false imprisonment no.
fnrii .Indue Ikiln the defense nut three-
olllcern of the Ventura on tho stand thin
morning. They completed the testi
ninny for the. defense. The only ono of
tho threo who testified to there liuvim;
been any trouble of any kind. on hoard
was First 'Assistant Engineer Sulli
van. Purser Clavarly was oblo to give nu
testimony of uny kind which born on
(Continued on Pag 8)
Apply Now
For Life
Insurance
A tingle day's delay may forever
lose you the chance of securing life
Insurance. Every year the
PRUDENTIAL
declines thousands of persons, many
of whom, had they applied In time
would have been accepted.
Insurance in the Prudential Is a
blessing. Apply for It NOW.
Hawaiian Trust
Company. Ltd.
Fort St. Bonolul'.
Stackable
first at Honolulu.
The Immigrants on landing will Im
mediately be given the opportunity of
obtaining work and homes on ths
plantations of the Islands.
As plans are maturing for ths Im
mediate enlistment of anothtrilot, It
It possible that two steamer loads will
be obtained before the opening of ths
Tehuantepec route.
8ome of those interested are fearful
Of the effect the long trip around Caps
Horn will have on future efforts to en.
list these home-builders. It Is a long
trip and not a pleasant one at best.
HIT SPLIT TICKET
IfM ID
Win. Kulllmui, tlm Aala park
keeper, n Itepuhllcaii, at hit noon
hour talk to the, crowd at the cor-
tier of King ulid Itethel Hlrects, -t
niuile political sensation by Haying
f that he was nomewliat Inclined to
t Btipiiorl Ilin reelection of the pres-
ent Comity Treasurer, .Mr. Trent,
ns ho has proved himself a most
elllclciit and valuable man In tho
f ofllce. ,t
Kalllmal stated, however, that -f
Mr. Waterliouse, tho regular He- !
publican candidate for the samo
otllce Is a good man. In whoso
f chargn his properly Is left nu ac-
count of Mr. Waterhouse'H lion-
esty. Kalllmal In concluding his
t speech usked the crowd to support t
- and vote for the straight Kepubll- t
can ticket. He kept tho crowd t
f laughing from start to finish, t
f There was nu Homo ltulu speaker
-f on the stand, and both tho Demo-
crutle and tho Kcpubllcun speak-
crs kept the crowd for an hour and
a hair. Kx-Captaln of I'ollco Hull.
f who was on tho police forco for
the last nine years, will speak to -t
the crowd tomorrow, f
ItlilKllllE
A telephono message was received
this ufternoon from Kaueoho, where
tho traveling caiulilates had Just held
a meeting. It was stated that about
sixty? tgeoplo attended, receiving the
Hpeukera with enthusiasm.
Tlie'spceclimuklng lusted until 12:30
p. in. The candidates continued their
journey to Wallnu and Wulkuno, where
they will speak this afternoon and
evening.
Frazer
Should It be particularly stormy, ths
report ssnt back Is-not likely to b
the most satisfactory promotion liter,
ature for the next lot.
However, if the avenues for Euro
pean Immlgranti ara ones opened up,
not mors than ons additional trip
around ths Horn will bs necessary,
Ths other route will bs quicker and
more comfortable In tvtry way.
The first successful step having
been taken, there It a general feeling
that a good advance hat been mads
toward solving the labor problem of
the Island.
c
HI DOiS
Hawaiians Don't Enthuse
Over Candidacy Of
laukea
The political situation In the coun
try districts, particularly ou tho lee
wurd side of tho Island, appears to be
rather dull for this tlmo of the cam
paign season. A prominent Walaluan
tald this morning, "The Hawaiians In
tho country districts aro not very en
thusiastic over politics this year. Dur
ing thu last threo elections you could
nut help but And a bunch ripR.-iissliig
political topics, advocating ono polit
ical party or another. Today they art
different. They will attend a meet
(Continued on Page. S.)
Fumed Oak
A magnificent finish for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chairs, Rocker,
Desks, Table and Magazln
Table ar. now on display of
this furniture.
J. Hopp & Co.,
1053-1059-1065 BI8HOP ST.
Tterc 1m n fssellnu
swcurlty uround ths
hearthstone when tht
Milverwarss 1st locked up
In a stuul vuult. You
cannot count on It whon
you have hidden It away
In a cIoat-thur no
aaf ety there. We have
It.
Henry Wnturhouag
Truatt Company, Ltd.
EMBALMED BEEF
LEADS TO JAIL
Maiorf'iftif J'riat tyf(if Cuhlc)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 11. Warrants were tworn out today for the
arrest of Armours' agents charged with handling preserved meats.
Americans Win
Muochifri! i'rrst K)rckil Cable
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 11. The third game In the championship baseball
series was won today by the American League Chicago team. Score: Amer
icans, 3; Nationals, 0.
KILLED IN
Hfoclaltit PrrMt Special Cable)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 11 Three workmen were killed today by an ex
plosion that occurred In the Subway.
FIGHT OVER DEAD
LODZ, Russia, Oct.- 11. The bodies of Terrorist sympathisers thrice ex
humed have been given reburlal by the authorities.
.
ELOPEDT O WED
STEUBENVILLE, O., Oct. II. Frederick, ton of the Vice President, fig
ured In an elopement sensation hero today. The young lady was Miss Nellie
8cott.
o
TROOPS TO CUSA
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Oct. 11. The transport Zealandla tailed today
for Havana. The Lteamer hat on board the last of the troops that will be
sent to Cuba.
KILLED IN
CHEYENNE, Vyo., Oct. 11 Five
plosion.
THEY QUIT
SAN DOMINGO, Haytl, Oct. 11. Another Dominican revolution has been
settled by the Insurgents agreeing to surrender.
GROSS (i
FILED
(it (i
Says He Built Transfer
Firm Up By His
Own Work
The answer of the defendant In tho
suit for u dissolution of partnership ot
James If. Love vs. A. 1). Scraggy wax
filed this inorniug with Judge lie Holt
It Is a long and Interesting statement
of tho conduct of tho business ot the
Pacific Transfer Company under Mr
Scroggy's muiiugement mid contains
also a cross complaint asking that tho
court appoint a receiver who shall close
out the business of tho linn by sain
and otherwise at once and divide the
amount realized between the two part
ners. It sets forth that the amount Invest
ed by I-ove originally In tho business
was I1G00 Instead of $:SC1 as claimed
Home Comfort
Por Women Is more desirable
than anything else.
Our NURSE'S OXFORD ha more real
comfort qualttltiH than any other known
shoe. A. Nature Shape Tie with low flat
rubber heul, hand turn Inlaid oik Uln
ssole.
BlRKeMt comfort value for $2.80.
Notet These are mother atand-by.
Manufacturers Shoe Go , Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
SUDWAY
EXPLOSION
men were killed here today In an ex
FIQHTINQ
and that rroggy first went Into the
business when Uive went to the main
land and that In tho six mouths that hu
was gone built up u &od business
which was allowed to go to pieces when
ho leturued. Then the partnership was
formed and through nu untiring atten
tion on the part of Scraggy to his bus
iness while Uive did little of the work
which was expected of him, the firm
has built up so that other departments
have been added, and It Is now u busi
ness In which the profits run up as high
us J."0(l per month, ,
The business for tho first six months
of tin co years Is given ns a proof of
this as follows: 11103, $2818; 1905, J.1030;
100(1. C0'J2, In tho cross complaint it
Is alleged that I-ovn paid so little at
tention to tho welfare of tho business
that lie would collect largo sums of
money ami keep them In his pocket tor
days when It was needed forliso by the
firm to buy wood ami other fuel ami
that tho linn was unable to lake nd
vuntago of good bargains on account of
this.
It seems that arrangements had been
made far Scioggy to buy out Uvo and
handle tho business hlnibelf when the
suit was brought without any uutlce
by the latter.
Your grocer sells Pot Ilreukfast Kuod
'Phone Main 282
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