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VOL. X. NO. 4155.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1908. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUGAR REFINERS WAR RENEWED IS RUMOR
INDICTMENT MAY Cf USE NEW ELECTION
Of Hawaii Indicted
Davlil K. Maker, Senator-elect on
I lie lliiino Utile ticket from the I'lrJt
Senatorial District, has been Indicted
by tlio Torillorlnl (Irnnd Jury on two
counts, liolh chniges being embezzle
ment. He Ins l I'lulucil ,C. V. Ash
fonl to defend him, mill Deputy At
torney (Jenernl K. W. Sutton will !
niiiln In Komi, Ilawnll, anil piosecuto
This news ennio na u rumor on tlio
Mauna l.in, which urrlu'd here jes
teid.iy moinlng, lint it was not con
firmed until today, when Acting At
Thtcc Interesting reports weia
reud nt tills morning's session of tlio
Hawaiian Sugar l'lantera' Associa
tion, touchlug on matters Intimately
connected with the manufacture and
Moiage of sugar.
The first report was on tlio manu
facttue and utilization of by-piod-nets
of the sugar industry and was
lead by tlio chairman of the commit
tee appointed to report on the mat
ter, .1. N. S. Williams. Mr. Williams
went Into tlio subject carefully and
touched each point at length, ending
with the observation that ho regret
ted to leport that little or no prog
leas has been made In tlio hnndllng
of b) -products.
Thorn was no tllscutulan of tlio re
lioi t. W. O. Smith made tlio obsei
Mitlon, lioucci, that he bclleed the
planters to be indebted to tlio Hono
lulu lion Woilcs for tbo efforts which
that concern has mado along the
lines of lniproeinont in manufactur
ing machine! y, theieby assisting ina
toi tally In the conservation of tlio
inobt valuable of the by-products.
A very exhaustive icport ou ma
chinery was read by W. J. Djci, chair
man of tha commltteo appointed to
investigate and icpoit on that mat
ter. Dyer Reports on Machinery
The statement, made by sir. Djor,
that the two 9-roller mills nt Una
plantation nro being icnrrangcd su
that, in opeiatlon, they will bo cqulv-j
nlent to a IG-roller machine', was re
esfnSn" Gftnisrd Circuit
The Kash Co.
diL..AghW Niittok ..kSiuiteaM
torney General Whitney received a
wireless from Sutton. Whitney ha
wired Sutton to lemaln and try the
cnei, for they are of considerable,
moment nt tint piosent time. If 1U
Kor la convicted It will, of course,
mean that a new election for Senator
will ho held on Hawaii.
However, If IlaKer Is conIcted on
the chargea In the Circuit Court and
mi appeal la noted, the matter will
have to ho finally Bottled liy the Su
pieino Couit of the Territory. If It
(Continued on Page 2)
ceived with intei est and provoked
"Will this now arrangement of fif
teen roils nt llwn lenulio moie power
lhnnUie old Arrangement of two It
roll mills?" Inquired Mr. Smith.
"It will probably bo less, I should
"What do jou consider the beit
machinery for unloading cane at tlio
"I bcllee that the Wicks unloader
lins been found the most satisfactory.
In fact. In one Instance, where a mill
installed two unloadeis of this pat
tern to taka tlio place of two of an
other model then In use. It was
found that but one was needed to do
tlio work and tlio second one wus
, The lepoit of John Hind on ware
houses and tlio storing of sugar prov
ed to be the most Interesting of tlio
Hind Favors Concrete Floors
Mr. Hind In his leport recommend
ed concrete Hoots for sugar ware
houses, quoting Instances where, un
der most unfavorable conditions, su
gar stored In warehouses equipped
with concrete lloors had been found
frco from sweat when the houses
On tlip other hand, lie said that
frequently, when sugar Is stored on
wooden lloors, a large part escapes
from the bags In tho shape of mo
lasses. (Continued on Page 3)
Wherever You Go
YOU'LL find that the styles
are governed by the NEW
Why not have your clothes
tailored for you by the Prince
of NEW YORK TAILORS,
You'll never find suits bet
ter tailored or made of better
material. Call and try on a
and Hotel Sts.
IS JUST PUBLISHED
Preliminary Report Gives
Details Of Vast
The preliminary report of tlio liiBiir
nnco Commissioner foi the Territory
of Hawaii, showing the Insurance bus
iness transacted during the year end
ing December 31, 1907, by nil Insur
ance companies authorized to do bus
iness, has been published. A. J. Camp
bell la Insurance! Commissioner, and
G. K. Smlthlua la the Deputy Insurnnco
Commissioner. Tho book was pub
lished Noi ember 1, 1908.
During tho enr which tho report
coers, Klio Insurnnco losses to tho
sum of 37,G12.fi7 was paid by the dif
ferent companies, tho total amount of
flro liiBiiuuice written reaching the
sum of $23,:70,292.95. Losses to the
amount of $20,805 87 wen; paid ou
marine Insurance, whllo tlio amount
written was $32,022,898. t3.
Tho following recapitulation of the
Insurance business done In tho Terri
tory gles tho other details:
1.1ft Insurance written. 91.G40.7S2;
premiums ou same f55.83S.79; renew
al premiums, $442,581.03; losses.
claims, etc., paid, ..75,910 53.
Accident and Iloalth 1'rcmluuis on
same, $17,119.18; losses, claims, etc.,
paid, $2,278 28.
Automobile Piemlums on same,
Uurglnry Premiums on same, $51;
losses, claims, etc., .paid, $17,
Kmplojers' (.lability Premiums on
tamo $7,479 85; losses, claims, etc.,
paid, $1,598.65. . ,
Fidelity 'and Surety Premiums on
same, $17,972 52.
Plato Class Premiums- on same.
$1,403.01; losses paid, $387.30.
Totals insurnnco written $56,833.-
943 38; premiums. $709,481.88: renewal
premiums, $442,581.03; losses, claims,
Lie, paid, 913!I,&1U.ZU.
The Ilnlelwn Hotel has applied to
the Hoard of Liquor Commissioners
for a retail liquor license, with tho
Sunday privilege. The hotel did not
ask for n renewal of Its licenso
when it expired some tlmo ago, ou
account of tho raise In cost from $500
to $750. Iluslness must be getting
good with Mnnager Wdgood.
PROGRESS ON KAUAI
Wahiawa, Kauai, Nov, 9. Last Sun
day tho lurgest locomotive of Maka
well crossed over Hanapepo rlvor onto
the now Elcclo landing. This makes
a chain of inllwny from ono Bldo of
Wnlmea to Kolon. tho finishing
touches towards linking tho II. S. Co.
and McD. Co.'s roads having been
mado last week. The wheels of indus
try hum around those quarters.
Superintendent of Public fimtriii-tinn
W. H. Babbitt has received the fol-
lowing roport of tho medical examina
tion of tho Itojal school: Pupils ex
amined. 876: nnssmt. KR? rnfuun.i m..
Ilflcates, 290; with trachoma. 32; with
conjunctivitis. 7u; other dlsenscs. C.
Do You Buy
STOCKS ON THE MARKET TODAY
THE BRINGING AS HIGH AS 15 I
We have an intimnt knnulMfo of
the stock market, and, as members of
the Honolulu Stock and Bond Ex
change, are fully qualified to act as
033 FORT ST.
To Bid On
R. J. Lord, tho local dredging
magnate, will Ie.iu Tor the States
f on the Mongolia, sailing probably
Sunday. Uv will be ono of the
prime movera la n new company
which Is being organized, tho
Dillingham Interests being among
those concerned, for the purposu
f of submitting a hid for tho dredg-
Ing work that will bo donu at
f The approxlmatu cost of tlio
dredging work to be done at
Undo Sam's new fortified harbor
will bo $3,000,000 It will be. In
the main, the clearing of an ex-
ccllont channel running from tho
sei to tho Interior of Pearl liar-
bor, where tho Nmul ducks; will
be. Mr. Lord will go to Wush-
tngton, I). C, where lie will go
Into all the details of tho con-
tiact. He stated this morning
that tho compaii) which would
submit a bid had not jet been
EXPENSti! WERE S174
ncprescntutlie-clcct J. C. Cohen
filed his expense account with Chief
Clerk Conkllng tills morning. Joo
sajs that his campaign cost htm as
Nomination papers $ 25.00
Personal expenses 25 00
Printing and advertising GG.75
Stationer) ami postage 35.00
Expenses public meetings .... 12.50
Clerk hire 10 00
SAN FRANCISCO, flallf Wnr 10
SUGAR: 96 decree Centrifugals. 4.18
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3 3-4d.
Mealfl flprlffl nf nil -fcntira at tha
Now England Bakery. Hotel street
Falls on 26th inst., and Fruit sent
to Coast per S. a. Alameda, Nov. 18th
will arrive just in time.
Island Fruit Co.,
12 S. XING. PHONE 15.
VERYB0DY ELSE SENDS A
MESSENGER BOY. I WON
D E R WHY I NEVER
WHEN I HAD A HESSAOE FOR
Cold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Packu 28 Ctnti.
MOOENSON'S SPECIALTY CO,,
Lot Oatoi, Cal., Pacific Coast Agent.
If not at dealers we will tend by
mall to any address upon receipt of
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
- i.4tf,i. i
CANNOT JJ0NE HERE
Vrisco Paper Publishes
Relating n story of heroic sacrifice.
a San Krunclsco paper prints tho fol
lowing under n Washington date lino:
WASHINGTON. I). C, Oct. 31.
Woman's loo in Its highest sacrificial
form will Impel Mrs. John Karly, wife
of the Washington leper, to nccam-
pnuy him to the leper colony nt Molo
knl, Hawaii, She announces todaj
that If tho Department of Justice
sends 111 in to Molokul, shro, her baby
boy, and the little ono soon to be
born would go with hltu.
It means for her a farewell to the
outside world, for once In Moloknt
she would not bo allowed to leave.
For tho children It would mean social
ostracism from tho start and tho life
of a leper camp their out outlook In
life. It is expected that Secretary
Corteljou, through tho decision ren
dered by Attorne) General Uonaparto
will soon order Early deported.
An Interesting feature will then
arise through tho nttltudo of tho var
ious States ho must pass through on
his way to the Pacific Coast. Tho In
terstate Commerce Commission will
get 111 in safely through, however.
When seen this morning. Secretary
Charlock of the Hoard or Health stat
(Continued os Fi 4)
URGES R. S. HOSMER
A most Interesting and Instructive
paper was read at this afternoon's bob
slo nof tho Planters' Association con
vention by Territorial Forester II. S.
Hosmer. Mr. Hosmcr reviewed the
work which has so far been accom
plished In tho reforestation of tho
Hawaiian Islands and told of what it
Is hoped to accomplish.
Tho necessity for a completo and
competent forco of rangers was par
ticularly urged liv Mr. Hosmer, who
recommended that ni c --t bo made
to secure un appropriation of suffi
cient stzo to allow of tho euro Ing on
of tho work of reforestation on a
Bcnlo which will bring forth results
and Insure tho conservation and pro
tection of the watersheds of tho Isl
ands. Mr. Hosmcr, In closing, asked
tho assistance of tho planters In car
rylng on tho work.
Wm, Allen and family desire to ex
press their thanks to their friends
who have kindly contributed flowers
for tho funeral of tho lato Arthur Al
len, who died nt Puuneno, Maul.
A new, crisp, delicious Sun
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Cut On Price May
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., Nov. 11. The reductions in the price of
refined sugar have led to the reviving of rumors, current here a while ago,
of a renewal of the warfare between the American Sugar Refining Com
pany and the Arbuckle Sugar Refining Company.
Faie Of Explorer
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Nov. 11. A cross, marked "Andrcc," has
been discovered in Northern Ubrador. Buried beneath the cross were
found a human body and some documents, which, it is supposed, will
lurmsn a clue to the fate of the daring aeronaut who tried to reach the t '
North Pole in a balloon.
Claim Death Toll
CHEYENNE Wyo., Nov. 11. Eleven persons were killed here today
in a railroad wreck on the line of the Union Pacific.
LITTLEW00DS, La., Nov. 11. Eleven were killed outright and a
score more seriously injured in a railroad wreck near here this morning.
i m ,
Ministry Defeated !
MELBOURNE, Australia, Nov.
and Fisher, the labor leader, has been
REAR ADMIRAL MILLER IS DEAD
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 11.
PRINTED IN RU88IA
ST. PRTEIlSllimO. Russia, Oct. 31.
A "trade paper" for burglars Is now
published In St Petersburg It is call
ed "Ilostntska Gazette," or the Dare
footed Gazette" the title being ap
parently an allusion to tho stealthy
wos of its readers The paper con
tains full reports of tho latest thefts
and burglaries, articles by experts on
the art of burglary and what to mold
In pursuing It, nnd columns'nf ndvlco
and hints to help tho beginner Nat
urally tho paper Is published In strict
secrecy, but tho police will sooner or
later discover its printing oinco and
If you are going to wear white, you
will need a White Shoe, and we have
a dandy new one we know will pleaso
WHITE BUCKSKIN with perforat
ed tip, made with medium narrow
'toe. Blucher cut.
A HANDSOME, NOBBY SHOE.
Ask to see No. 520. Price $5.00.
1051 Fort Street
J. 'Au.-Mh.-S.ih '
11. The Ministry lias been defeated -;i
oske.l to form a new Cabinet.
Rear Admiral Miller died here to-
FOR INJURING BOY.
SAN JOSH, Calif, Oct 28 Pejton
Metc-nlf, nephew of tho Secretary of
tho Navy Victor A. Melcalf, was coll
ected today on n batter) clrirgo pre
ferred by tho parents of Hud Ales-,
worth, n 13)enr-old lad, who was run
down by Motc.ilf In his nutomolrilc.
Mctcalf will bo sentenced on Satur-',
ilny. When Metcalf appeared In court
this morning lie often Interrupted tho
proceedings of tho court with "You
bet, that's right," when his attorney,
II. A Herriugtoii, was making his plea
before tho Jur)
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