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EVENING nULljariN. HONOLULU. Tj!, MONDAY, JAN. 1, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
EntereJ at the Potlofti e at Honolulu
a aeroihl dan inalter.
Make up your mind to help Floral
.Most every man without honor
pees Klory In tho art of tho Knocker.
Cooley and Joe Cohen olt tho
stage. If properly quoted, sounded
llko melodrama In real life.
inero is no surer investment to lie
found anywhere than can he obtain -
ed Inlndustrles of Hawaii. Join the
Advancing sugar prices at this
time of the year make home invest -
..v.... ., ...... ,..Un, uik iuuiH i"
bo found by n man with a llttlo spare
Great llrltaln finds that Its beef
supply is controlled by tlto American
lleef Trust. May It liavo better suc
cess In getting clear of the tontrol
than Americans have.
Dean Popo has been placed In the
position of leadership for the devel
oping agricultural forces of tho Ter
ritory. It means mountains of work
and a great reward for successful ef
fort. The differences between tho Inter-I
Island Company. have resulted to tho ""' """"" """ ". wei.,m
lasting benefit of all concerned by ;''ta """" 'hJc,erenco1,1to
establishing the principle of nrbltn- ? ' ytments of his Trustee w .
,tion for settling disputes. Tho cx. l''l nvestlgatlon, nnd wlth
ir tn ,. .iu,J i. ...,,put a formt' hearing nnd without
" """ "" "''""""-"Unblii,. nnit .lnln,.,,l
by the cnglncets.
Tho Territorial Government has
gone to considerable expenso to con-1,,,,
rtrn.i .!riv,t.v rr, iri,n,i ..ii
gone to considerable, expenso to con
to tho Tantalus road. Tho ll'V V PrTT7' T
slon of an estate that has I Jfeht "' " Irusteo bellem wUtniak
lands In this section has cut olt a ' ssf tsss
trail by which pedestrians were ac
customed to make a short cut to Ma
Itlkl street. There is no doubt that
the Government would discover thai
fi.n ..A,inR.iHn ..- i . .
iiv jfi-ui-ou lilllo umjiuillljur IWIJ IU I
one inose traveling to nnd from Tan
talus by carriage. IT the Territorial
officers seek t6 benollt tho numerical
public they will construct a Bhort
trail In place of that refused to the
public by the expandlug private
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SUGAR TRUST WITHOUT
Tho effect of tho death or II. O.
Havemoyer on tho fttturo of tho
American Sugar Company, bettor
known as the Sugar Trust, has been
n sourco of much speculation and Is
naturally ot no Bmall Import to Ha-
Havemoyer was a strong person-
nllty. Ho was tho commander of tho
j Sugar Trust. Diiectors met and
' sanctioned what he had dono. Uy
many Havemeyer was put down as
tho keenest business man In New
C Now tho question arises whether
there Is another In tho ranks of tho
; Trust to tako the place of this lead
er, or, In tho future, tho Trust will
bo governed In fact by a boatd or
' directors. Tho general opinion seems
to be that thoro Is no person to exert
tho elder Havemoycr's power. Ills
hon Is on the board of directors nnd
' ,. may develop. Tho man who has been ,B,?rf fMW
l(i advanced to tho I'resldoncy goes V t : cfet I f'22
there becnuso ho is bb good as any- Beretania Street $22.50
M one else on the directorate. ! Jj?"00, Avene $22.50
In this connection tho llnanclal ina?,Str"l 530-00
writer of the New York World n. Punchbowl Street $30.00
dulges In significant comment on the-Vu,mu!n $20.00
4 fact that American Sugar stock was.Jj."'00 Avenue $25.00
goncrally sold on account of tho loss 'King Street $15.00
to tho compnny of Havemoyer's lead
ership. Competition Is expected to
he raoro "aggressive. Ability of the
directorate to meet It us Havemeyer
did Is In doubt. Tho writer says
further; "Mr. Havemejer seemed to
, be able to use convincing nrgumonts
wtin tjongress wnen any legislation
i was suggested that might havo any
bearing upon tho cnrnlngs of tho
,' Trust. Ills master hand will also bo
missed in tho stock markot manage
ment of the Sugar securities. Tho
suggestion Is made that hereafter the
, Washington branches ot sonio of tho
Stock Kxchnngo houses may prove
J less profitable. The presont man
4 ageroent Is said to bo strongly op
posed 'to Wall Street influences In
JANUARY G, 1008
tho management of the corporation
and to consider the speculative posi
tion of the xtock to lie of secondary
(Continued from Pace 1)
menscly benefitted; nil of which was
Well Iftlnwn tn R.llit Mnarnr Tiint- tin
should have called attontlon to the
' rnut that tho allowance being paid
to aaltl children nt tlto time this
trustee took chnrgo of said trust of
about $70 per mimth, was Increased
. ,rom tmo (o tImo , TrugU.e u.
!tl, Snco Scl,tem,)Cr 190Cj ho lln8
been paying S130 month
That he should have called atten
tion to tho fact that during tho time
that thlH Trustee has had chargo ot
wilt! trust, ho nas taken Ilfty-llvo
mortgages ttggregtalng STO.IL' I, nil
of which have been paid In full with,
out otto dollar lost to tho estate nnd
in addition thereto ho hns taken
twenty mortgages aggregating 32,-
(131.31, now the property of tho es-
I late. Thnt out of nil of sovcnty-flvo
mortgages only two have been fore
closed by public sale.
That tho report Is mado In bad
faith in that the Master criticises
l.l 'I-..... ...! 1 t
.T ,"" , "" la innuendoes
In tho presence ot this Trustee as to
tlto valuo of any of the property se
curing tho loans hnd without gllng
, ... . .
lllls Trustee any opportunity of In
'KILAUEA VOLCANO 117 ERUPTION.
HIM), Dec. 3lt. Tho entire pit
of tho crater KIL-AURA Is active and
'tho reflection fiom tlto firo beenmd
vlslblo nt IIIlo at 11 o'clock last
right. (Special by Wireless.)
Don't Miss the Opportunity of a
Go and See the Wonder of the
Pacific in Action.
THE ROUND TRIP COSTS ONLY
Tho Volcano can bo visited with com
fort and absolute safety. For
. Information regarding tho
trip npply to
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO.,
Cor. Merchant and Fort Streets,
Aloha Lane $15.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Liliha Street $15.00
Kalihi Road '. $20.00
King Street $15,00
Leasehold on about 30 acres in Ka
lihi Valley. Chance for small far
mer, Waterhouse Trust
Corner Fort and Merchant St.
- - "--TRW
Settlement Road, 2 bedrooms. 112.00
Young St., 2 B. R S30.00
Pawaa ,St., 2 B. R $35.00
Kaimuki, 1 B, R $ 0.00
Punchbowl, 2 B. R S 8.00
Manoa, 2 B. R S15.00
scnooi at., ' is. $15.00
Emma Lane, 3 B. R $15.00
Robello Lane, 2 B. R S18.00
Punchbowl St., 2 B. R $18.00
Wilder Ave, 2 B. R $18.00
Wilder Ave., 3 B. R $20.00
Gandall Lano, 3 B. R $22.00
King St., 2 B. R $25.00
Lunalilo St., 3 B. R $40.00
L'eretania Ave,, 4 B, R $50.00
Renters and Homcseckers should
visit Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
dfliM JfiMA' fao,ffi
Ing any careful Inspection of the
lands nnd property securing the dif
That the Master disregarded his
duty to this Trustee In the premise:!
In that ho hns not. In his report, re
ferred to tho dlfferenco In conditions
between this time and tho date on
which the Investments were taken
by this Trttsteo for tho estate, nnd
tho great depreciation in tho value of
real estate nnd which was referred to
by the Master to whom was referred
this Trustee's eighth annual nccottnt.
Thnt said Matter has made abso
lutely Inconsistent nnd contradictory
reports upon the satno state of facts
In thnt the Investments which ho
now condemns ho reported favorably
upon after full nnd exhaustive exam
ination, March L'0, 1907.
That (.aid Master has now unfairly
reflected upon this Trttsteo In Imput
ing to hi in tcnstirnblo conduct In tho
matter of taking securities In Ills
own name nnd transferring tlto same
to tho trust estate; whllo In the re
port of tho sumo matter above re
ferred to on tho samo stato of fncts
ub nto now before tho court, he says:
"I have inspected the documents
purporting to bo tho securities nnd
find that thoy nro all first, mortgages
except tho bonds nnd stocks. The
mortgages nre all mado to J. Alfre-i
Mncdon. and ho lias misirrnrvi . hi.
ramo to himself as Tiuiiie t,i. -
tate. although the i.uicnmnnM ..,
not recorded." That tho uct of said
MaHtor In now imputing improper
motives to this Trustee Ib wholly un
warranted nnd utterly at variance
with tho previous report of said
That tho criticism of tho Master
In tho matter of the taking of said
Investments lit tho name of this
Trustee, Is not only unfnlr but roun
ded upon nn utter "and Inexcusable
Ignorance In a Master, as thero was
absolutely no need of any assignment
ot any of tho mortgages Inasmuch as
tho transfer of the notes secured by
tho mortgages Is nil thai was npecs
fary, tho accounts showing fully
when these notes wcro transferred.
Thnt as Indicating tlto IiIbb and
prejudice of said Master nnd his cen
btirablo falluro to familiarize him
self with tho affairs of this cstnto,
said Slastcr recommonds Hint this
Irustco bo obliged to tako over tho
II. M. Kahtilu mortgages, which mort
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BLTJQ
1 f" w, frtirV Tri'---
Bdgo Was not, taknhy this Trustee,
1ml belonged tn the c'stnlc nl the
time this Trustee took charge of the
same, nnd the taking of which had
been ratified by tho Court.
That as to tho Carty, Ladd and
Crabbe mortgages, said Master does
not say that tho properties securing
them wcro nut muply sumclent for
tho loans nt tho time they were
That the only matters thnt can
now be considered tiro tho invest
ments taken since and not Included
In this Trustee's ninth annual ac
count. That as to nil prior Invest
ments, tho approval of this Trttstee'H
account Is res Judicata In tho ttb
unco of n clear showing of fraud
nnd Imposition upon this Court.
it it X - if. . it -X-
j tt a a & -a n -:t a a .
Temperatures 0 n. m., C7; 8 a. nt.,
It; 10 a. m., 78; noon, 79; morning
Daromcter, S a. ni 30.08; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m C.S02 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
u per cent; flow point, S n. in., 01.
Wind 6 a. m velocity 2, direction
N. K.j 8 n. m . cloelty i, dliccllon K.j
10 a. in., velocity -4, direction K.j noon,
velocity 7, dltcctlon K.
Itnlnrall dtttliig 24 hours ended 8 a.
in., 01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 2-1
hours ended at noon, 110 miles,
WM. a. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Ilureau.
Frank Cooley nnd Ills company will
open their now ccasou tomnrtow nlghi
at tho Hawaiian Opera House. "I
havo my company hero prepared for n
long season," B.tld Mr. Cooley this
morning. "Wo nro all of us comfort
rbly settled hero, wn like tlto town
and tho people, and wo do not propose
to let tho mere fact of tho Orphctim
mntiagtr'a 'getting m.id' at us term
inate) our season as long as thoro Is
a placo hero whom wo catr present
our productions. At tho Hawaiian wo
can stvo much bettor presentations of
cur plays. In ordnr to have more
:lmo for their preparation, we will
show only threo nights, Tuesday,
Thursday nnJ Saturday, and Satur
day afternoon. Two plays will bo
given each wrek, ns heretofore. Tho
reason will contlntto for nt least
Tho piny tomorrow nnd Thursday
nights w(ll b "A Daughter of ulxlo,"
i four-act dramatization of Henry
u's8om a novel, "UliecKers." It is a
,)ca"tlf"l story and In addition to tho
,"nIl" character of "Drift," tho
ilangy rnco track tout, has a wealth
of those bouthorn characters which
uro among tho richest on tho stage.
I'rlccs at Iho Hawaiian wilt ba tho
ramo as at tho Orphettm, 75 and CO
cents for rcsorved sents, and 23 centn
for tho gallery. Tickets are on sale nt
tho box ofilco.
Scats nro on salo at Wall, Nichols
& Co.'s fiom 10 n. m. to C p. m. and nt
tho Opera House from C to 9:30 p. m.
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When you buy one to give
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A GOOD Umbrella will out
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with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
Exlusively European Plan.
EDWIN 0. CHILD Manager
Tho Territory will havo to Bland
tho loss of the money embezzled by
M. Vivian Itlchardson when he was a
clerk In tho bureau of public works,
unless the money can bo collected
from ItlchnrdBon himself. This Is thu
meaning of an opinion rendered this
morning by tho Sttprctnu Court In
which tho exceptions of tho sureties
nro sustained nnd, tho judgment of
tho lower court being Joint, n new
trial Is ordoted.
Tho Tertllory brought stilt against
KIchnrdFon nnd thoso who wcio sure
ties mi his bond D. Knwnnanakoa,
John K. Colburn, Cecil Drown nnd
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.,
ub administrator of tho cstato of W
H. Cornwoll, for tho amount of Rich-
trdBon's defalcations, and got judg
ment In tho Circuit Court. Thd do-
icndants went to tho Supremo Court
on n bill of exceptions, which nre sus
tained. Tho Court saya that thero Is no
ttnttito ci eating tho omco of clerk In
tho bureau of water works nor defin
ing his duties, the appointment being
mado In pursuance of nn appropria
tion for "salary of clerk." "Thero Is
nothing in tho designation of 'clerk'
to warrant tho Infercnco that ho was
to act ns ar.rlstant to tho Superinten
dent of Water Works in collecting
Tho point of lnw Involved Is stated
in tho syllabus, ns follows: Sureties
on the official bond of a clerk In tho
bureau of water works, whoso duties
are nowhere defined by law, nro not
labia for his falluro to account for
moneys paynblc by law to tho supei
Intcndent of water works.
Chief Detectives Taylor Btntes thnt
It has been reported to him thnt a
Potto Itlcan answering to the de
rcrlptlnn of Jttiui ltodrlgucs, who
broko from Oahu Prison together
with Francisco Lopez n short time
tgo, wns seen passing through Wa
hlawa in tho direction of Wnlalua
last Tuesday night. Lopez wns not
teen. Still ho may havo been with
ltodrlgucs, If he wa ically the man
who wns Boon.
It was gcnornlly reported by tho
friends of tho two men after their
escapo that Lopez would bo likely to
go to Walalua to revengo hlmsolf on
nls mother, who 'he believed had be
trayed htm to the authorities on r.
former occasion, when ho was a tit
gltlvo from justice. Tnylor his
made inquiries nt Wnlalua, liowoer,
nnd has learned that the woman has
gono to Kau.
Ucso Couta Mnrtcllo wants n dl
orce from her husband, Antono .Mar
tinea Mnrtcllo, whom sho charges
with using her cruelly Sho says
that ho has assaulted, struck and
beaten her, hit her In the faco with
his (1st, beat her head against tho
wall and kicked her, even using it
ttlck to strike her. On top of all
this he hits deserted Iter. Tho libel
was Issued first October 20, 1904,
and was letuincd May 24, 1905. It
has Just been again returned un
served, the officers being unublo to
find tho llbollee.
Similar charges are made by Ttlt
su Takttmoto against her husband,
Denklchl Tnkumoto, against whom
the filed suit for dlvorco this morn
rrlzo-flght promoters caught In a
laid on tho San Francisco Auto Club
wero hojd to answer a folony charge
under J2000 bonds.
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Tho Auto O'n 'j will hold a mooting
tomorrow evening nt S o'clock In tho
I'roniotlou Committee rooms to din
cuss the riornl Parade. A largo at
tendance cf members Is requested In
order that tho wrok for tho parade
may take shapo early.
IIOYEN In llils city, Jan. fi, 19rtS,
Kilwtird Wlnno Doyen, S-j ear-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Doyen.
Funeral notlco later.
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