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A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
ThK 1 tho age of rraeArthand rjiwrient,wliMl
tl nature, to to speak, l ransati.nl by the
neasof roan. Sucnco
)u indeed made giant slridca doling the past
rectory, si among thi by no means If Jit
a in medxine cotnea that of
SJoia prrsiaraUon is unquestionably om of the most
whim-ml tellable I'atmt Mrdl, Inrt ever intro-
4orrl. and I as, wi understand ore n liaea in mo
Ontrattril HcKpiUl by KkoiU, XosUn. Jiibrrt,
in tuch matters. Including ihe cflrbtated
lAlVntml. 4nl Roux, liy whom it w Krnif timo
ncr n fotmly ftilnntrd, ami that it . orU.y the
ctit m l thn nn rrrju re tticJi a trmnly we
iMt It., rn is no doubt. J r om Thf tuna of Amtntlc
AwtmJitK a pi tint in tho maunl of
jhc aicf lj.(likr the famed plilIoMilirr's
tt m t n th (iujn t nf anarch of wmc hopeful,
jcrr.ivm and far bejund
if . rr hlfrn
v r )ar nitdt mi intent aitmrpien mi the fail
in n r,i ! lh confirmed vninthrnni'faw,
ami in tnrntWvi effort oally, tpwM.ly and ufoly
airV" f urn tlic without tlmaid, or tven
irVknuwtn.po. of a urcnnd patty, thr polm of
iliBTpdrr mlScr tM diwaw in all their prut ran
3joa at tn leave n taintcr traiebcllnd. Suiliis
TH3 NEW FRENCH REMEDY
Mth mar teru nly rank with, if not tale
many of the ducovmct of our day, about
frk m little ostentation and notfte bavc been
:ua&, ami the f xtentise and de
sui n tliathaflwm created for tbllin
intfodocrd appears to prove that tt ts
torast Into oblinon all those questionable
lesncdies that were formeily the sole telunee of
nnrd ral men. Therapion may be oMainrd of the
faunpal chemists and mrrehants thrnunhnut the
AitTone renalns a, sketch and decrlptlon may
smlcklr aaoertain our opinion free whether an
tnTentlnn la probably pntentable
acnt free. Oldest agency for lecurinfrpatenla.
fatiinu taken tEromh Munu & Co. recelTo
awcalnoticf, without charito, latbo
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and dealers In lumber and
materials. Office, 414 Fort street.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OF HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS
In tlio Matter of tho Estate of Frank
flRDKH OP NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
On reading and filing tho petition
and accounts of Bishop Trust Company,
Limited, nn Hawaiian corporation, Administrator
of tho estate of Frank
Kcott, lato of Kiyiuea, IbUnid of Kauai,
icrruory or Hawaii, ueceaseo, wncrcin
Tt asXs to bo nllowcd $11,S 1030, and
aharges itself with $12,720.31, and askn
Sliat the same may bo examined and
nntl that a final order may bo
made of distribution of the property
Trmnining in its hands to tho persons
thereto entitled, and discharging it and
its sureties from all further responsibility
as such Administrator.
Jtt is ordered that Wednesday tho
Slth day of February, 11109, at 10
n'elock n. in., before tho Judge of said
Court, at tho court rooin of tho sam
court nt Lilnie, Inland of ICnunl, bo and
ibe tatnii heroby is appointed as tho
timo nnd plnco for hearing said petition
and accounts, and that nil persons interested
may then and thcro nppcnr and
snow cause, if nny they have, why tho
same should not bo granted, and may
present evidence ns to who are entitled
In the said property. And that notlco
of this order, in tho EngllSli language,
Ctf Tjnliliilied in tlie Hawaiian Gazette,
wtcspapor printed nnd published in
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and having
a goocrnl circulation throughout tho
Territory, for three successive weeks,
lm last publication to bo not lt'ss tlian
two weeks previous to tho time therein
appointed for said hearing.
Xftited" at Lihuo this 12tb day of
(Sgd.) JACOB HARDY.
Judgvof tho Circuit Court of the Fifth
(Sgd.) It. W. T. PURVIS,
ClcrS, Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit
Holmes & Stanley, attorneys for petitioner.
3077 Jan. 15. 22, 29. Feb. 5.
CANNED PINEAPPLE INDUS .TRY.
'3fae llnwniiun ineapi)lo iudustry
las doveloped on each of tho four
principal islands, nnd from a pack of
400,000 cases in 1H08, tbo iirosjwcts
Jar 1000 lire for n crop of from 520-600
to 010,000. The rapid increnso of
llio production with prospective further
iucroaee, lias led to cooperative efforts
among tho packers to dovelorf a
Surgo market for tbo product. Commercial
News, San Francisco, v
The day set for heurlnc tho petition
ad Henrietta A. Koluiuulamn for letters
at administration on the estntc of (Joo
Tui Iling, who died intestate, has beau
' cat -for March 5.
A decree of divorco was signed
by Judge ltobiuson which dissolves
tho matrimonial bonds between
Helen K. Kcalamoku aud Charles
Desertion wbb tho charge in
Mie complaiut. Kcalamoku is ordered
Jso iay $25 attorney's fees and the costs.
? the. thirteenth timoiMurita Keizo,
Bttr Japaneio convicted of murder and
sentenced to hang, has beou reprieved
Uy Governor Frcar, this timo to March
S, to allow a further consideration of
TUUNa To Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Young, a daughter, Feb, 3, 1009.
BEAN At Ban Jose, California,
February 1, 1009, Hannah
., urife of Joel BeaD, in her
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. FRIDAY, FEDRUARY 5, 1909. SEMI-WEEKLY.
14 K" if C tf K X" tC If" IP JC IC IC K K1 K tC
J MARINE REPORT. J
(From Ban Franelsco Merchant Ex-chance)
Tuesday, IVbtuary 2, 100!).
Ban Frnnclsco Sailed, Feb. 1, BClir.
J. I!. Hnico, for Mnhuhona.
Snlina Cruz Arrived, .Inn. 30, S. S.
Toinn, from llilo Jan. 17.
Hilo Sailed, Jnn. 30, S. S. Virginian,
for Sal in a Cruz.
Wednesday, Fobrunry 3, 1P03.
San Francisco Arrived, Feb. 3, noon,
S. S. Hilonian, henco Jan. 20.
Tlmrsdny, February , 1000.
Snn Francisco Trivcd, February 4,
U. 8. X. T. BtifTalo, benco Janiinry 28;
S. 8. I'loiades, henco January 24.
Yokohama Arrived, February 4, S.
Kleele Sailed, January 31, S. S.
Glcndovcn, for Newcastle.
Kahnltii Sailed, February 3, ship
Ilanalinn Isles, for Delaware Break
Illlo S.iilcd, January 31, S. S. En
terprise, lor ban I ranciscc
PORT 'OF HONOLULU.
; ! AKBIVEI). '
Tuesday, February 2.
Str. Niihau, Oness, irom Hawaii, 0
Str. rauna Loa, Simcrson, from Ko-na
nnd Kail ports, n. m.
CvA. 8. 9. .Moana, from tho Colonics,
Vcdncsday, February 3.
Str. Wt G. Hall, Thompson, from
ports, a. m.
Thursday, February 4.
Schr. Kaiulani, from Oahu ports, 4:30
Str. Nilhau, Oness, from Maui, 4:40
Str. Claudine, Bennett, from Maui,
5:150 a. m.
Str. Mauna Kca, rrceman, for Hilo
and way ports, 12 noon.
Sir. Mikahnla, l'iltz, for Molokal and
Maui ports, 5 p. m.
Str. Kinnu, Gregory, for Kauai ports,
5 p. m.
C.-A. S. S. Moann, Morrisby, for
British Columbia, 1:45 p. m.
Thursday, February 4.
Str. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai,
5:10 p. m.
Str. Nilhau, Oness, for Maui, 5:25
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, for Kahului,
5:35 p. m.
1'cr C.-A. S. S. Moulin, from tbo
Colonies, Feb. 2. For Honolulu: W.
Loe, E. Lo Vitus, Mr. 1'ntcrsoii, MjssK.
Brook, S. Edwards. Through: L. Maxwell,
Mrs. Johns, child and maid; Geo.
Young, Mr. McColl, F. Stephen, .T.
Mncleod, Mrs. Morrisby nnd child, Mr.
Lewes, F. Bok, Miss A. Chlsholm, II.
Hobbs, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tipton and son,
T. Parson, G. Siovwright, Mlbs M.
Weld, Mr. and Mrs. O. Jaeger, G. Whit-head,
Miss L. Eastman, E. Eastman,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith, Sam Rowley,
J. Stevens, iliss M. llrinnt, II. Collie,
Miss F. Horwitz, Rev. J. Ware, M.
.Wood, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Conway, U.
Schwnlip, Miss M. O 'flare, Mrs. J. ana
MiM M. Shannon, J. Wnlshe, Mrs. M.
Gray nnd two children, J. Paton.
Per stmr. Kinaii, for Kauai, February
2. Mr. Muir, E. A,- Knudscn and wife,
Miss Whltbeck, Miss Smith, J. V. Wad-man,-
Bishop Smith, R. Ivors, II. St.
Gonr, A. Hnncberg, D. L. Austin, W. A.
Per stmr. Mikahnla, for Molokni,
February 2. Mr. Smith, Mrs. Lewis and
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hilo and
way ports, February 2. T. M. Dow, R.
A. Jordan, Mrs. Hcen, W. A. Notlcy,
H. W. M. Mist, Dr. Soxton, Miss Alice.1
Carey, Miss Minnie Gorman, Mrs. A.
Mackintosh, Miss G. Mackintosh) J. "W.
Doyle, l. Johnstone, A. W. Carter and
family, 8. Jacobsen, Miss ,1. Lennon,
Miss Kiimohae, Sam Y. Kakelako, Hong
Chock, Mrs. M. Keau, Dr. Judd, W. C.
Mooro, J. D. Padakin, Mrs. .1. D. Pad-akin,
Mrs. It. Lambert, Mrs. L. Lecf
nnd two children, F. Hoycr nnd wife,
H. 8. Ricltnrd, Misses Hicknrd (2), II.
Y. Brown and wifo, S. W. Miller, wlfo
nnd child; W, A. Baldwin, 0. I). Dyer,
J. S. Porter, E. F. Ball, C. N. Spiers,
Samuel Smiley, Rev. C. H. Bloos, 8. O.
Smith, Mr. Barrett, S. Burlier, G. "W.
Jlciimcr nnd wife, Miss E. W. Thompson,
Miss Jessie Bcamer, A. W. Nalo
nnd wife, J. A. Bartfeld, II. L. Aldudgo,
Por C.-A. S. S. Moann, for British
Columbia. February 3. Mrs. E. S. Rob
erts. J. H. Brown, M. Smith, wlto and
two children; W. V. Hodges nnd wife,
C. Gallachor nnd wife, W. R. llaldano
and wife, Miss Fnrnell, 13. 0. Edmonds,
II, A. Stringer, E. T. Davoy nnd wite,
Pct,or Oalderhcnd, G. V. Hnwks, P.
Hawks, P. G. Hottol, P. MacArthur, G.
Por str. V. 0. Hall, for Knuai,
4 R; V. Stevens, II. A, Kea'rns,
1!. G. Henderson, A. Lnrnncli, Mrs. A.
Lclniwi, A. Gumbb, Mrs. E. C. Wagpcr,
A. r4 Knuilsen.
" MASS MEETINQ
(Continued from Fngc One.)
ney, Magoon, will then liavo ten days
in which to moko answer and then fivo
days for tho prosecution to put in its
final legal word.
So It looks as if it would bo several
weeks nt least before the Territorial
Supreme Court can decide the question,
iiltliough both sides declare that they
nro anxious to hurry the status of Dr.
Atchorley to u legal conclusion, nnd
decldo whether the physician is a perfectly
sano and well-balanced citizen
who merely committed tho ordinary indiscretion
of "shooting up" nuother
man's honsq or whether tho law views
him as a desperato lunatic with a supply
of cartridges and bad intentions.
"This is diabolical persecution uy
cutthroats," tays Attorney Magoon.
"Tho law regards Dr. Atchcrley as
an escaped lunatic," says tuo Attorney
Tho Daily Journal of Commerce In
can Francisco says mat captain
of the liner Manchuria has been
granted sick leave for two round trip
vovuecs nf the shin. What -will It bo
A mggestlon has been mndo to
Dliector T. II. Fetrie, of the Floral
Rcncrnl committee, that the
aulborlEi the publication of ait
odlcial souvenir of the coming pageant,
a copy of which should bo present "d
to each pcrton entering a vehicle in
the parade. Mr Potrlo, as well as
other members of the committee, to
uhom the idea was mentioned, think
very favorably of it, nnfl it will bo tho
Biibject of a report nt tho fjencral
meeting of chairmen to bo held this
afternoon nt four o'clock in Mr. Fc-trio's
The souvenir, if tho idea is carried
ii which will bo reproduced in Ipgh
grade photo-engraved cuts, pictures of
every automobile, carriage, Moat, bicycle,
equestrian, or other unit of the
parade. Tbo pbotogrnphs from which
the cngrnvings will bo made, will be
furnished by tho committee, nnd will
be of uniform size. Each picture "will
occupy a single page, which will bo of
ninplo sizo to bring out all tho details.
The Promotion Committee yearly sends
out largo numbers of pictures of tho
Floral Parade, which .always excito tho
greatest interest everywhere, nnd it is
believed that thcro would bo n big demand
for the kind of album proposed.
Moving Pictures Also.
Arrangements nro alieadyj being
made by It. K. Bonlno, the motion
expert, to make an elaborate lot
of pictures of the parado in motion.
These will be used among others, for
advert sine Ilnwnii nt the Alaska-Ml-
Exposition, as well ns other
places on the mainland. Mr. Bonlno
made pictures of last year's parade, it
will be remembered.
Elks Advertlso Parado.
Through the courtesy of the Honolulu
Lodge of Elks, a full pago was
the committco for advertising
the 'parade, in tho handsome souvenir
proginm being prepared for the Elks'
minstrels on Thursday nnd Saturday
evenings. This is just an instanco of
tho way in which atmost everybody,
and cery organization seems to be
doiiiL' all that they can to boost tho
big AVnshington's birthday celebration
Thero is great hope among ilia
of tho committco that practically
evorv pebool in the city will bo
sentcd in tho parade by some kind of,
decorated vehicle or lioat. Aireauy v.
C. Atherton, chairman of tho subcommittee
in charge of tbo schools
representation, has been advised of
11 vo which will be in line, nnd which
nro nlrcady nt work planning for their
appearance. Thcso are the
schools, Oahu collego, Kawaiahuo
seminary, High Bchool, and Alliolnni
Schools Want to Help.
Practically every school in tlw city
wants to bo represented in tbo proces
sion, tho moro bo sinco oinerB
rendv eettlnir ready. Some of them,
however, cannot see their way deal- to
raise tho fifteen or twenty dollars
needed to buy bunting, flags, etc. This
suirircsts n way for some people who
will not bo'ablo otherwiso to help tho
parade to do so The automobile committee,
J. M. Dowsett, chairman, and
tho carriage committee, Frank Armstrong,
chairman, will probably bo able
to furnish suitnblo conveyances to
such schools trs need this assistance,
but somebody mut make provision
also for tho" expenso of decorating
Tn this connection Chairmnn Frank
Armstrong, of tho carriago committee,
states that indications nro that the
committee will bo offered more carriages
than it will know .what to do
with. Tho owners of many rigs am
Im owners of automobiles, and prefer
oxpending their energy and timo in
decorating their motor cars, and aro
willing to lot tho committco place
their spare vehicles to tbo best advantage.
Mr. Armstrong would 'be
glad to see nnyono who would like to
decorate and drive a swell rig in tlio
parade, nt his ofllco on tho Castle &
Cooke ilopr of the Staiigenwald building.
All of tho committees, and especially
tho committco of the automobilo
section, nro being besieged by owners
of machines for ideas in tbo wayi'of
decorations. This has caused Chalrnian
llowsctt's inventive faculties to 'bo
worked overtime, and ho wants somo
help. If anybody can't do any moro
towards helping mako tho celebration
a success, it may lo that they have
tome ideas winch will bo as good ob
gold to tome one. So you cau help
bv simislv Bcndini! to Mr Dowtett any
designs or suggestions for the artistic,
or novel decoration of an auto, carriage,
or float. Mr. Dowsett already
hits collected quito a largo assortment
of designs, and photographs, which aro
nt his ollico on Merchant street and
are available, to anybody who needs
suggestions in tho matter of decoration.
Miss Hannah Cummings, who is a
student at tho Priory, has been selected
as th Princess to represent Maul
in the parade. v
Mexican does to Hilo.
With 3500 cases of canned pineapples
nnd nbout 500 tons of sugar the American-Hawaiian
freighter Mexican got
awny for tho other islands last night nt
fivo o'clock. Tho Mexican carried 200
cases of Hawaiian honey, billed for
Hamburg. This is tho third shipment
of honey from this-port to Germany,
and it seems as if a regular trade has
been established. It is expected by tho
agents of the American-Hawaiian that
tuny 3ouu cases ot canned pines will
be taken away on every ono of the
A.-H. steamers for some timo to come,
as there is a considerable saving in
freight rates when the article is shipped
by way of Tehuantopec, and tho time
of arrival is about the game. Tho Mexi
can will pick up 750 tons pf sugar at
Kaanapali, 1850 tons at Hilo, and 4500
tons ot ltnnuiui, matting a total
of 12,100 tons.
Five men were signed on tbek crow
of the Mexican yesterday morning
Bhe sailed. Tho next boat of that
I line to arrive here will do the Mis
called when tho third, round trip which is duo on tbo morula
glnst of February 11, '
Working as a stevedore on tbo Honolulu
wntnftont in a mnn who might
today have been a king upon his
throne, with a real crown to wear, if
he had not tnken it into his head to
go adventuring in his youth. Ho
might bo king yet if ho went back to
his Island' birthplace and asserted his
claim. He might also bo a cold, cold
corp?o if ho did, and this is the very
rcaBon why he prefers to help shift
enrgo to running chances of making
good in his assertions to royalty.
Bob, Samoa, known to his intimate
friend9 as Bob Tongn, is tho one in
whoso veins riots tho blood of kings
nnd tho particular royal fluid spilled
by him in the vnrlous waterfront
scraps is that of tho House of Tonga.
By divine right and that of primogeniture,
Bob is the sovereign of the
today nnd His Mnjcsty King
Georgo II, who sits upon the throne,
is n base usurper. Bob is satisfied to
let him usurp, however, so long as be
can rustle sugar bags and get bis threo
squares a day.
Tn days gone by, Bob's father wns
tho monarch of all lio surveyed from
tino end of tho Tongan group to tho
Otl(cr. He had his own ideas about
now me heir to tne inrono suoum ue
brought up and these ideas and those
of tho heir apparent failed to gibe.
Bob was that lioir nnd tho way tho
royal father ucd to descend upon tbo
royal son nnd wlinlo tho royal stuffing
out of him got to bo more than Robert
thought he could put up with, even
with a crown nt tho end of bis lnne
of filial martyrdom It was all right
to be looked up to as tbo futuro ruler
nnd gnider of his people, but another
thing to nurso soro spots in excess of
There appeared to be no royal road
,to escape, but there was always tho
same wav lor tlio frince to
,inakc a get away as .there was for nny
other truant in tbo J rienuiics. Tliat
was liv Ftowing nway nboard nno of
tho trading schooners that traded in
jiud nround the islands. Bob stowed
nway, was tnkeni to Australia, snipped
for "tho north nnd InntleuTon tho beach
at Honolulu. Hero ho found a kindred
people, a friendly people who talked
the same lnnguago ho did, and a land
that resembled the land he had fled
from and for which his simple nature
was homesick. Ho couldn't go home
because ho bad nn idea of what was
waiting lor him there, so ho stayed
in the placo that wns likest to homo to
him. That was Honolulu.
That is why scion of royalty is
a stevedore today on tho front. If ho
couldn't be king, for reasons bo appreciates,
ho could nt least bo a good
stevedore, and he is Hint. Mayor Fern,
who had him in ono of bis igangs, testifies
to his worth in a ship's hold.
As time passed, the royal father was
gathered to tho great majority. Thcro
was no son upon whom tho mnntle of
soveieignty could fall, unless it fell
awny up to Honolulu and no ono knew
that it had nnv disposition to fall this
way. Bob had long sinco been given
up'for dead. To a cousin, tho known
nott of kin, the crown was tendored.
This is King Georgo TI, now firmly
seated on tho throne. Bob has nn
idea tho seat is fo firm (hit if be timed
approach, tho welcome he would got
would bo "Off with bis head." It
seems hardly worth while going so far
to hear such a stereotyped phrase;
thereforo His Majesty Bob I stays io
Honolulu nnd works on steamer days.
(Continued from Pago One.)
Tho motion that a postcard voa bo
taken was mado 'by W. II, Mclnerny,
seconded by J. II. Hcrtsche. No one
made nny particular remarks in tavor
of it, but two or thren replied to tbo
romarks of Mr. Emmcluth, who criticized
tbo suspension measure becaus.0 it
fell far short of what ho thought it
should in its removal of restrictions.
Mr. Emmcluth stated that lie agreed
fully in what Byron O. Clark bad stated
at the public meeting ot the Young
Hotel, that the cnastwiso law ought Jo
bo removed altogether, th.1t tho recommendation
for suspension should go further
nnd seek the best good of nil tho
country, not .inly those who wnntol to
travel. "With proper facilities our
fruit products could seek and build up
tfiAir markets, not be held up until
thero was no market for them and
create a glut," ho said. "The pineapple
industry should liavo been, built up
from tho beginning nnd tho inddstry
should bo now ono of exporting fresh
pines, with tho canning factories main
tained just to handlo tho surplus. Wo
have reached tho parting of the ways
with the Merchants' Association. Wo
should cut ourselves aloof from entangling
alliances and staud on our own
bottom for what is for the best good
of tho wholo people.'1
Messrs. Buchly and Mclnerny spoke
la opposition to this idea, tho latter
stating that there nro now five freight
steamers from this port for overy passenger
steamer, It was not so much
a question of getting tho fruit shipped
as pltclng it.
Mr. Llshman was also opposed. He
stated that there was 110 use asking
far too much oil the start, because wo
would get ni thing. Ho advocated got-ting
edgo of the wedge iu before
starting to pound on it.
This reference to a wedge vas heard
with apprehension by those i.t favor ot
the suspension, fearing that the
tion of tlio remarK would nt'ri the
cause. Mr. Liakman mado " his Ideas
platnri, however, before he concluded,
finishing with the statement that tbo
idea was to crrto business for American
ships ?o soon as these coull bo
provided and the law put back into
The postcards will be sent out to the
members today and the result of tho
R ! B
(From Wednesday's .Advertiser.)
A. W. Carter and family left for
Hawaii on the Mauna Kca yesterday.
liov, D. Scuddcr and wife" returne'd
on the Mauna Loa yestcrduy from a
trip to Kona.
Ivan Dow, the Mayflower mine
agent, departed on tho Mauna Kea for
Tom O'Brien returned from his regular
Maui trip yesterday. Ho arrived
on tho Mauna Loa. v
Ilov. O. Nawahine was a passenger
on the Mauna Loa, which arrived in
Honolulu from llaul and Hawaii yesterday.
E. A. Knudscn and wife were returning
pnsjengers en the Kinau,
which left for ICnunl last evening at 5
Something of a sensation was caused
at Hall & Son's yesterday by an at
tempt on tho part of Mrs. Mary
to buy cartridges for a large
military revolver. She was refused
tho merchandise. It is possiblo that
she got it elsewhere.
Secretary Tsuchiya, of the Japanese
Consulate, who has been Investigating
general conditions among tho
contmunltics on Hawaii, is back.
His report is being mndo out for submission
to the Consul General.
A. V. Patterson, who arrived hero
on tbo Moann the other day from Aus
tralia, is registered at the Young hotel.
Ho . will return to bis homo in S.m,
Francisco on the Alnmeda. Mr.
saw tho Burns-Jackson contest
in Australia, and says that Tommy
Burns would have won, out had ho
stood up for a few rounds more.
(From Thursday's Advertiser.)
Alfred Carter and family will
'to Honolulu from tho Parker
School Inspector King of Hilo returned
to his homo on tho Mauna. Kca
S. W. Wilcox and G. P. Wilcox of
Knuai aro in this city. They aro slopping
at the Young hotel.
Mrs. Do Fries cave a luau for a
number of guests of tho Young and
Monna hotels last ovening It was
greatly enjoyed by tho malihinis.
I', i. l'lnllips, purser oi 5110 juauna
Kea, has been forced to lay over a
trip on nccount of nn attack of pneumonia
which has confined him at home.
E. R. Bivons, who has been an
of tho wrylum for some time,, is
said to have suffered a stroke of paralysis
recently, and is in a precarious condition.
Franklin Matthews, who was hero
with tho battleships, has issued his
story nf the trip under the title "With
the Battle Fleet." (New York: B. W.
Itobcrt Rycroft, who passed nway at
his homo on Wilder avenue Tuesday
night, was buried yesterday afternoon.
The services wcro held from the lato
rcsidenco of tho deceased.
Col. W. S. Schuyler is registered at
the Young hotel, from the cantonment
nt Leilehua. C. W. Stewart, also an
ofiicer at the camp, and wite nro in
town nnd are staying' at tbo Young.
P. Peterson nhd bis niece, Adclaido
Entrees, of Chicago, have returned
from a trip to the volcano, which they
appreciated immensely. They are registered
at the Young hotel at present.
W. L. Bilgor and family will move
this week from the Young hotel to
tho Piensanton. Mr, Bilger is booming
in every possiblo way during his
stny in the islands.
After fourteen years of mental darkness,
James Lane died Tuesday night
at Alowa, this city. An operation,
which was thought would bo successful
in restoring the man's reason, was performed
a Bhort timo ago, but other ailments
hastened his end.
Mr. Jacob II. Wood of Boston is a
guest at tho Seaside Hotel.
Mrs. L. Rodrigues camo in on tbo
Claudino from n trip to Hawaii.
Mr. C. Llewelynn of Philadelphia is
registered at tho Seaside-Hotel.
Rev. Oliver P. Emerson, formerly of
Honolulu, is taking a special course at
Mr3. H. A. Baldwin arrived in the
city from Mnul yesterday on the steam
Senator Charles Chillingworth returned
from a trip to Maui on tho Claudino
Mrs. E. S. Roberts was an arriving
passenger on tho Claudine, which got
hero yesterday morning.
Will Templetou is still at the hospital,
convalescing, not nt tho residence
of W. L. Hopper.
Among tho passengers who arrived in
tho city yesterday were Mrs. W. O.
Smith and Mrs. Baldwin.
Captain W. W, Lowe, U. S.,M. C, and
Mrs, Lowe have taken permanent
apartments nt the Seaside Hotel.
Major Long, iu command o tbo Marine
dctnrlmicnt at Camp Very, and
Mrs. Long are domiciled at the Seaside
Miss Hannah Cummings has bocn selected
as Princess to represent Maui in
tlurFloral Farudc' on Washington's
Edmund II. Hart will return to Maui
this afternoon. He has been clerk of
the Circuit Court at Maui aud it is
said that ho will be retained by Judge
Mr. McLennan and .Mr, 11. Uvercnd
traveled by the Claudino to
from Hilo. A. Lu Mosea, who was
with them, will take charge of the
Barnard store. v
Forester Hosmer is mal: nc arrange
ments to distribute a lame untount of
Lvegetnblo and flower seeds among the
lamuics Having ciiiiurvu iu 111c iiuuui;
schools. Thcso seeds were sent hero
from Washington by Delegate Kuhlo.
Many tourists are expected to arrive
on the Alameda, attracted, by the advertising
which the Wands have
"through tho Floral Parade posters.
The Chiyo Maru will also probably
liring a number of lay-over passengers
The koa table that was sent to
D. Oilman has been salved from
tho waters of Boston harbor and has
been found to be practically uuiujured,
and needs but a new coat of v.trnlsh
to maki It ns acceptable as when it
left tho Hawaiian Islands. A 'e'ter
has ber:i received fioni Mr. Oilman by
Secretary in which it is
vote should bo known in time to cable I said that the table is now In the hands
the Delegate en Saturday. of a finisher.
j " SSiaSljSia" eataV
NAME OF STOCK.
ii m iK jm
Tlio only baking powtfai
tnado with Royal Grapa
Croaht of Tartar
No Alum, No Lime Phosphate
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Thursday, Feb. 4, 1900.
C. Brewer A CM ..,
Han. ARrlcultural ..,
Haw Com A sugar Co
uawmigar v.o ....
llmchlneon bug Plan
Kekaba Sugar Co
Mcllrydo Suit Co Ltd,
Oahu tiug&r Co ,
tllaa riUKnr Co Ltd
Pnauhau Hug Plan Co
Haw Electric Co....
1! H.T.V I CoPfd...
II RT Jt Co Com...,
Mutual Tel Co
Nablku Rubber Co ....
rinblku IiubberCo ...
OU& 1. Co
Hilo It Ki'o
Honolulu Mrenlng A
Mailing Co Ltd
Haw PI deaiiple t'o
Haw Ter 4 P c (Fire
Haw Ter 4
Haw Ier4t4 n c
Co 8 pc
Haiku tl DC ,
Hamakua Ditch 'o
Upper IiitcbSpc ...
Haw Com Ji bugar
flaw dugar B p c
Hilo K Kt'nSpc
llonokaa Sug CoBpc
Hon It T A L Co 6 ) c.
McltrydeStieCo 6 n c
u it tU 1. co op c ,,
Oahu Sugar Co 5 p c...
Olaa Sugar Co 8 p c ...
Wl'inc ntigar Mill
Pala 8 pc ,
Pioneer Mill 'o6 p o,
Walalua Ag Co 5p c..
2,00 .OOoU 20
2 000,000 SO'
23.125 paid., t43 per cent paid.
25 Hon. B. & M. Co., i'4.
,05 Pioneer, 145; 30 Oahu Sug. Co.,
29.25; 200 Honobna, 15.3U.
TO COME HERE
(Continuod from Pago One.)
they can be brought across tho continent
without losiug a largo percentage)
of 'their numbers, ns was the case with
the Porto Ricans.
"By obtaining tho assistance of the
Italian societies tho movement to bring
Italians to tho Islands is practically
assured of success. Tho best of inducements
are being offered them and
an opportunity for acquiring their own
homes. Mr. Trenor states that Profes
sor Attolico, tho Italian government
immigration expert in- the United
States, has been given all the necessary
information to reach an intelligent
as to the desirability of his
countrymen coining to Hawaii. Should
he, or any other investigator, como
hcie as a judge thcro is littlo doubt
that a favorable conclusion would be
reached and a tide of Italian immigration
turned this way.
"Much will depend of course upon
the outcome of the experiment with tho
urst fifty families, but if theso become
contented and satisfied the future labor
supply of the Territory will bo solved
in an important degree.", . .
The two recent official visitors to
Hawaii, Secretary Garfield and Mr.
Newell, Director of the Reclamation '
Service, liavo taken an interest in tho
labor question as avresult of their investigations,
and according to Mr. Trenor
are giving valuable assistance by
their interest and general consideration
of the Bubjcct nt Washington,
Should the Italian government become
convinced that Hawaii is a prom
ising land for the immigrant it will bo
nn immeasurable benefit 'to those interested
in tho movement. A number of
questions in connection with the nature
of tho agreement that is entered into
between tho planters and tho labor has
been referred io tho immigration department
of tho Sugar Planters'' Association
for answer. The questions refer
to the inducement that h held forth of
giving tho immigrants a pieeo of ground
for a home nnd, tbo searching nature of
the Inquiry is proof enough that many
natives of sunny Italy are vitally
in the possibilities of Hawaii
as a future borne, '
...1 1 ' iti 1 ,'
Xavigatore ofAlaskan waters aro
exerting their utmost endeavors towards
the passage of a bill m tbo Senate
which provides for the expenditure of
0140,000 on lighthouses along the Alaskan