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fS IIEiD OF
Governor Pinkham Announces Re
, . tlgnttlon of Thomas B. Gibson
aa Superintendent of Public' In.
tmctlon of Territory and Ap
pointment of Newspaperman to
. . Fill Vacancy. V, ; ' ' "
. ' Henry Welsworth Kinney, editor of
the Hllo Trlbiiit, wit yesterday ap
' pointed by ' Qove tnv Pinkham to see
." ' ,'cecd Thomas II, Uibson, resigned, Jes
,'.'... superintendent of itbe department of
' Crrttoriftt public instruction, - Superin
tendent Gibson will step out of office
'on May 1, at which time bio suecesapr
will take tbo reiua of the department
. of odneatioa. '-.' .
V : Tt was announced yesterday that th
Governor baa bad Mr. Gibson's resig-
nation to his hands for aoma month,,
, but that it was only yesterday that the
, chief executive bad beea able to doe id o
ta accept tt and nana a am censor. , Co
incident with tba acceptance pf Mr.
Uibson t resignation eama the 'appoint-
Went of Mr. Kinney.'
Editor Kinney ' appointment lo bead
' tha educational department of tba Ter
ritory does not eome ts surprise and
wat expected by those who have. lately
''. followed the trend of political move
ment. When Mr. Kinney waa in, Ho
nolnlu three weeka ago it became ilefl
..' nitly known that it waa only a ques
tion of time when hie aeleetioa and
; appointment .would bo officially an
OoTenior Outline Policy.
' In connection with bia announcement
: of Kinney 'a appointment,' Governor
Pinkham baa taken occasion to outline
the policy he will follow in the selection
... , and-appointment of new heads of de-.'-..'
partmente in the following statement
prepared.by the Governor for the presa:
' , "The resignation of T. 11. Gibson,
auperintendent of , public instruction,
baa been accepted to take effect My
4 1, and Henry. W. Kinney of ililo has
. been appointed to that position, begin
,'uing with that date.
"The Governor will with delibern
y: tion and due consideration make auh
further vhancrafl kd'lklivM in ha In
ii.v!n. of publio Interest, U raeotipg tea
... ,jjouiIitioua that confront the territory.
. 'tin some departmenia a new. bead
not committed to certain policies J1I
,. ' be better eaablajd to make aecesaory
;": ehaagea.'. ,-, ; J , .
Other Announcements Delayed.'- '
' " Speaking of future . appointments
Governor i'inkbain yesterday atated to
.' The Advertiser that be did not expect
to moke turther announcements for sev
eral days, lie explained this by stat
ing that inasmuch as the department
' ot justice at Washington still remainajd
silent in the matter of , the .recommen
dation forwarded bj )be, .Qoyernor for
circuit judgeahipa be felt that be coujd
not for some time to come make fur
tber local appointments. The Governor
' may have to change his mind, aa to cer
tain men whom be has in view for heads
of departments J la accordance wih
- whatever action is take in Washing
ton on the question of judgeships. - '.
Governor Pinkbsnt' choice for u-
erintendent of the school department,
. I. W. Kinney, has resided in the Ter
ritory for many yeara. Ho -waa for-
merly a school teacher and later enter
ed the newspaper field ia Honolulu' as
a reporter en one of tbo local dailion.
Front Honolulu be moved to lUlo when
he waa appointed editor of the Tribune,
' a position he baa held for some years.
Interested In School Work. '.
Mr. - Kinney , baa always taken keen
interest in the work of the school de
partment and for years baa urged a
reorganization of the system, his edi-
- ' toriuls on the subject having been may
and .terse. Editor Kinney, as a newji-
paper writer and editor, bai an origi-
ii a i literary stvla and the reader ia eu-
', tertained by the luauner in which fle
, handlua both newa and editorial com
meut, which usually eotbody well ,bal
a need portiou of humor and common
' aeuso to the extent that make enter
r. ;.s tuiuinff readinff.. ..
. .Kinney .has been a live.wira in Ililo
and the islund of Hawaii and has work
, ed cheerfully -and ' nnselflshly for the
- ' progress aod betterment of the, Big JJ-
'. and, its people and industries.' It was
. the couibination of Kinney and the Hiio
: Tribune that itractieally foreed toe ia
veatigatioa of the Hawaii county graft
sranclal and bia' iusistenco iht every
person wnoso nanus oau illegally orawn
coin from the public eoffur should be
. , ' pluced . buhjnd bora mud . in strlpea
drought about a bettarmeut in the con
. ditluua of, bia county.:
''The Island of Hawaii,"' a Qnefy
, gotten up iuu-page descriptive and M
lustrated book ou the beautiea and ia-
dustrlos of the llig Island is the work
of hia pea' and ia today considered an
" authority for reliable information as
to Aa Big Island. . ,
' Oraduate of Oalif orn'a University ,
,. Kinuey Is a graduate pf the Vniver
aity of . California, lie also ' took a
course at the University of Stockholm
'. and later finished with a post graduate
courao at the former unlvcrBlty, .
Hiiperintendeot T, H, Gibson, who
retires pn May 1, was ajipointed bv
Uovernor rrear on June 8 of last year,
succeeding Willis T. 1'oiie. who resigned
' shortly after the thoyoiigh investigation
curried on ty the joint committee ap
pointed by the last legislature, ,
1'iior to bia rpoiutment ,ai superla
tendelit ,of public instruction, Mr. Gib
son Was. tor many years luspector gen
eral .f iniblle schools, being succeeded,
when he wus promoted, by George B
, HENRY W. KINNEY,
Superintendent t pajbllo Inntruo-tioo-to
be. is a noted fisherman aod
bnnter. ,Thia picture showa him
abont te shda Wiet into a turtle
at feed's Bay, Hllo.: ;
Bayraoad, who now hold the position.
It was umlerstood generally at the
tinio of Mr. Gideon's appointment as
Biioerintendejit" that his reirlma tcnnlil
be temporary, Governor Frear, who was
then endeavoring to leave the ezeentlve
Job himself, feeling it wns said that hid
socceiwor should tnake the definite selec
tion,' it Is not known at this time
whether Mr. Gibson will cootibiie in
the school department in some olhor
capueKy. Ilia mahy years' connection
wito tue Wnool wprK in the Territory
have fitted him well in this Ithe of of
ficial endeavor. 8mre Ins 'appointment
as superintendent Of the department,
Mr. Giiisoa aaa Riven sutiirf action to
tlus public. The unrest' and criticism
which practically forced tbo retirement
of former fiupcrihtendent (Pope subsided
entirely When Gibson was' selected to
aueroed bini. ' , "' ' '' "
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WIEELE63 OF, GEEAT. .
w , SERVICE TO SURVEYORS
' WA81IINQTON, , March 23, The
UUet kaown use to which wireleaa; is
to be-pat ia in filing tha boundary lino
through huailrada of- -witae. of Jilraoat
unknown territory betwen Brazil and
Peru, Details aa to bow this work, ia
to be done have just been received
acre. Thtf wireless aurveyibg task is
through the dense jungle growth that
Covers a considerable .part of the' ter
ritory in onestion. A wireless 'memgaue
Will r,e flushed from a given station ai
a certain time, , jr it ia received by
another station en second later the
difference in time indieatea their dif
ference in longitude and the distance
separating; tBosa can De readily deter
miiiM. ' If H bad KOt beerf for thrHtlr
eovery that Wireless could be made the
aervant of the surveyors in filing ths
final frontier lines In the Amaron baaia,
it would bare been necessary for them
to cut their paths through tropical for
ests which in a few months' would JiavM
been pvergrowa -and completely tost.';
ITALY SEES PBOBABtE
I ,ZND TO HEJB EiyHGRATION
. EOMrT Ma'rcb, AgricultuVo la
proving so auccessf ul in '..Trilwli, the
new Italian colony la Africa,- tbet the
Jovernment expects to see soon a great
aviation of the usual emigration to the
TJnited tUatea in favor pf tbo oppor
tunitiea near at band. Tbt) Italii-i
soldiers iu Tripoli, with the faligpt of
wnr past, and the most urgent roa.h
built, are exeritneutiug with', various
kinds of agriculture to lsurli woiit.'js
best adapted to, the' soil ;.' "l-'-' .
Already immense tra.-ts' which nave
hitherto yielded only "thistle re green
with the premise of abundeot erorn, the
government having dietribute-J thou
saoda of busheU' of grain among
Arabs op the condition that it is re
turned when the crop are, . gathered.
At Aiia the harvest of barley .ha
Hosfa medical herbs and potatoes are
being multiplied forty, t'"', an are
being' grown with great success.
3LIND BOY: SCOUTS
y , . -'r-..:.
' LONDON," March 20,-The King, ae
companied by the Queen, yesterday oil-
veiled a memorial stone at the National
Institute for the Blind. "In aa Inteimcl
sympathetic speech . he expressed, his
deep interest in Oil efforts' that tended
to minimize the suffering that reultel
from the deprivation 'of sight ami 'the
hope that those efi'orta would receive
abundant encouragement and support.
The delivery of this address foriiunl
the climax to a series of remarkable
seenes, all of them deeply touching.
When their Majesties alighted pefore
the institute- a crowd of their blind
subjects frpm all parts of London stood
respectfully among the actatora aud
cheered loudly.' . The pasag of tha
King aud Queen " into the ball was
guarded by a squad, of blyid Boy
Hcouts, surely the strangest guard of
honor ever imagined'. ' -.',-'
Dr. William L. Moore, who is residing
in W. R. ( as tie's bouse oq the Tantalus
ridge, baa reported that the earthquake
Hunday eveulug was very severe aud
that the motion was almost due east
and west. . The doctor stated that th
bouse waa violently shaken', A Euug
ing lamp waa swung sharply back and
forth. In the Servants', nuarers a
lighted lamp waa Overthrown,
Jamas A. Wilder,-who lives on the
Manoa ridge, said .that, the motion at
that oolnt waa north aud south. HmI.
oents of Kaimuki aod Waiklki report
that the shock waa most severe along
the axis of m line drawn between Loahi
V, R. Castle stated that be has beard
from" Molokai and Maui, and that so
far as be has been able, te discover
the temblor did not. extern) to ither,
His belief is that -the shake was local
and that tha renter of action was ou
or to the north pf the Island of Onhu,
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HAWAIIAN G AZKTTE, ' FRIDAY, - !AmiI ' 3,-
(Continued from Page Ono.)
Unless tho value Of the property be
known, there ia, no way ef determining
bow much interest and. Depreciation
must be earned in order to make the
plant aatf-aupportlhg. The rerognltloii
of this necessity pf the iihysical valua
tion of property of public ntilities re
anlted in the provision in 'the Wiscon
sin, law of J)7 for the structural valu
ation of the plants of all public servjed
corporations doing business In tSat
State, .:. ; ..-.:'-,. '
"H does hot rieccssft'rily follow that
a surcey of the whole field eOvered 4y
such. Valuations must be uaderlskea as
a p Climinary to the exercise ot the
duties of the fommlssiort. In the State
of Wisconsin; for Instance, from llliW
to the ptOHent date, by far th greater
number of plants weih have beea
valued in (onro-etion with Iiroceediiigs
io.vh!ch they were involved. However,
a aystematic. Valuation' of alt property
used and useful for the Convenience of
Our' public should be one of the prin
cipal aims of th" 'Commission., Whore
the . companies affected have majle a
careful inventory of tlielr prope.-ty, Uie
Commission may' take this aud check
it ip, and, in fact, tenfc i in the fltflJ
nd in the.oltice tern by Item. Krom
my experience in similar matters htt
the. mainlapd, I have found this the
general rule of procedure, and It bai
worked satisfactorily. - '
-.' Much Capital Keyresented, '
"An,(analyia of. the KUtement re
cently published by the former chairman
of the commission, showing the, corpor
ations under the jurisdiction of the
Territorial Public Utilities Commission,
shows that the aggregate capital stork
of these, companies,' on December" 31,
19'13, .amounted to 15;3po. Of th'ia
Amount, two' railroad, companies wefe
represented "by ' a 'chpitalisatlon pf
$5,0i,0iMM0 and ' 3,5lJ7,3SO. respec
Mvely .' and two transportation com
panies of 2,2.M),noO. and 1,297AM) re
speetively. There were seventeen
other public utility corporations W'h
aq average caiuiisation of, aproxi
malely, only i2(M),00(.
"It has been i-Jaimed that the Tor
rltorial .- Public Utilities Commission
should art solely In a Judicial capacity,
looking to the faet that the duties fcf
the commission ' js .compared with the
duties pf similar ' commissions in ' the
states, will be'conftiied 'to so limited,,
number of public utility corporation's,
and, with few exceptions. With such, a
comparatively" small, unit volume of
business transacted, I am of the opinion
thht the' executive' head of the commis
sion should not baly be thoroughly con
versant with modern business methods,
but' should he technically equipped for
the position. -The . responsibility for
the efficient carrying out of the law will
rest with this official, and his training
an experience should be such that be
cap, t all times, take .the laxative In
the Buccees'ful operation ' of Its pro
visions. .... ' .", ;,; '. .
' "The matters to be considered by
the kbtnmisaioa will not be of so com
plex a nature as to necessitate the re
taining of outside experts, exeepji' a
isolated cases. And the limited atuquat
or ices accruing
not ''permit' the
-a m . t ' . . i . ....... ill
latent to personally conduct ..the elliee
and silpcrv)se the detailed, work of tjc
commission, the maximum of efficiency
will be insured with 'a njinimun .pf
outlay. .. ; .
. Drafted a fiill for Governor Frear.
.'.Under date, of . November
I prepared, for the consideration ' ef
Qevernor Frear, the draft of a public,
utilities act,, which I considered WpMll
meet the requirements of the Territory,
This act 'embodied, .among other, fei
tues, provisions from the New, Tork
aud Wisconsin LaWa of 10071 tha NeW
Jcrsoy. California and Kansas Laws pf
llill . a a. L ' i. a W t a 1 A
tion mads at the time pf the enactment
of the law, it's essential features, never
theless,1 were- somewhat .similar to a,"
puDiie nunty legislation, namely: in
vestigation,. Publicity and Berommeud-
stlnn " - T
! tak the "vlew based oh practical
experience, that, the information eoj-
lerteu or toe rouimisslon nttd the serv
ices performed by it, should tend to
make . the pflice of the commission m.
clearing house between the public and
me private plants, aud the information
so collectod aad Comfiiled .hnul.l H
placed at the disposition of all citizens
in toe oiosf, convenient funn, the uie
ol graphic ,cbrts being a prominent
feature bf auch pufcltcity." ' '
: "The 'procoedl'ngii before tbo commi'h
lion, f uthurmore, should be so conduct
ed as to clarify aud educate public
upmrou, . r
: 'Rweetfully yours." i ...
. VH. GOODINO FIELD,
"LL, B., F. A. A. (Eug.)."
, HILO ELKS ELECT.
- (Mailtipecial io The Advertiser.) '
HILO, March 80. At the last meet
ing of the Ililo Elks lolge tbo follow
ing officers were elected to aerve dur
lug the ensuing yean O. III. Vicars,
exalted ruler; r. H. Uartels, esteemed
leading kojghti -8. '. Bolph, esteemed
loyal kuightp Geo, N. Day, esteemed
lecturiuf knight; George A. Cool, secre
tary; J. D. Keuoedy. treasurer: W. A.
Fetter,, tyler: K. N. Holmes, William
McKay and It. T. Guard, trustees.
K. f. Guard was elected as delegate,
with Judge Parsons as alternate, to the
grand lodge convention, which will take
place in iienver .i July.
ThO Installation of these officers 'will
take place April Ts. .
The supreme court will take up for
srguineui on Mooaay niorning at ten
o'clock the inaudamus suit of Joe Ks-
iana sgaiust iity Treasurer V. J, Mc
Carthy, This suit arose ever the refu
sal of the city oHU-ial to grant Kalaua
a driver's license unless be showed that
hn was riot delinquent In the payment
or ui taxes,- as proviuea by n law pass
eu uy tue last territorial legislature.
to ine eomiiuiHiiun
frequent payment if
With a chairman com-
m, ,iiu (ne Annua jsianu i-aw ei
1912, Although, the, , labile Vtilitiis
Act. new in force in the Territory Is
a cpmprumise on the sngzested U-n lk-
':.)-. ,' till if : v
- i ( - - , , i ; . Ii , j
Utterance! Rcgardijuj , U. S. Dis
; trict Attomy McOarn May Be :
- Takeii Up by Grand Jary. '
; : ' " .
'Being hereto instruct if libel
l"t, . who baa recuaed. marital reln
Uoua with Ubellse. I kerebv-aiwonUBna
, v 1, i- "JSTT M'CASN,
"Attorney for tfellat."
In these Words tTnited 8lates Wstrict
Attorney Jeff McCaro yesterday filed a
discontinuance of the, libel for divorce
previously filed l.y htm as pHvU Conn,
eel for the plaintiff in the rase of Hadie
Tbielen against ber husband,'. George
P. Tbielen. .
, The latest ant'le to the story connect
ed with the trouble of the Tbieleos
and the district attorney and which
teems, to have arisen over 'the arcep
tnoce of a diamond ring br McCarn
from Mrs. Tbielen as a nlmlin tnr ta
payment of a retainer of fifty dollars,
is that, the friends Of the district ht
torney," seclally smeng the loct at''
torueys, are rallying to hia support, .
. ,. .May Prosecute Tbiolon.. ... ,, . j
As related yesterday it was' stated
that George P. Thielen now stands- in
imminent dariger of being (irrested for
iftDticr vTvr ..iiii.riyviiis si. "S. alleged.
to , have made in regard to MeUaru.
The latter a rrtcnds feel that McCarn s
name should be protected and that pro
secution of, Tbielea for slsnder should
ZOllOW. r i-
The greater the truth, the groatoc
the slander," stated an attorney
friend of the man whom - Tbielen is
a:d to have slandered pablicly by word
or montn. "we propose to place the
matter In' the bands of the attorney
general of the city attorney anil either
of these two wideawake officials will
most likely bring the matter before tbV
.' Jry.".-. ... :;...; . ; i
. ' The rhargea made by a atenograpb
r against an official aod prominent
eltiwn like McCarn, are serious and
should be proven," stated another at
torney yesterday, "The matter 'should
not beallowed to drop out of sigbfj and.
the truth should be sifted, btougbt
out so that there can be no question
about It. If Thielen has libelled "or
slandered, biy 'friend McCara he ahoul j
, .(.ct;nt.u Beueent. ' . .
Mr. McCarni. yesterday refused , to
discuss further the Thielen charges. He
state! ae bad not eeen them, but ex
pected that if the attorney general
thoaght that there was sullieieat ia the
charges t Warrant an investigation
that be, Moilsn-n, would be famished
with a copy.jslt. '. .y -, ('.i. ', '
iue cjisrges'Oieo: with the attorney
general contain, three exhibits,., being
an affidavit" signed and sworn to by
Thielen, a Certified copy of M'eOsrn'l
receipt to Mrs. Tbielen and aa bOida-yi-by
Pr. eOeorga llfrbert. .Tbe'tlia
mond ring receipt, according to the
copy, shown ia the charges as exhibit
u, reaos as lonows: - .
Kecehed , of jure. ' Badie . Thielen
Twelve & no .100' Dollars, as 'coats in
Divorce suit Thialen v -bielen,.a1o
one- diamond ring aa security for fifty
dollars ss' rctulner fee in suid cause.
Said fee to ' 'be paid within three
months, bnd in xaso not paid ..within
tnat.time pledgee baa the right' to sell
t private or public' sale. '
, ,, ; () . JEFF It t.ARX,
No stntemeut baa. been made- by. At
torney General ThaVer Jh regard to the
charges, although it whs lcriiA yes
terday that he has been giving the mat
ter aeriajus coiisfderatipa, - r (1 ,
CABLED SUQUl QUOTATIONS
&igrCaottin IreticUed fceterdir
oy.the ilswaliaa Sugar i'lantsrer.Aaso-
eiation trow me. amorAia ana itiawai-
tss tijignr' Refining Company nrf: MO
degree tet , cnirifhgals,; J.M, UB.tw,
8H ileir. SMHlysiS roet. Vs. Ill WI.B7.
H on o lulir Vbt)l3S9l4 pro irgtf arkBt tlu otaljon .
(' WflVZli BilM TIBMTOai
(Islaa4 e4lncoi)nJy 2 in XiCi iV4 IF. ?.,-
(gs an! loaltry.
Fresh Eggs .. M
Broilers . ,....,.'....','.
Turkays . ......,..'...
Ducks. Muscovy ...... ;
Ducks, Hawaiian, dos..
jLdve iocs-ut tveignt.
Hogs, WO-150 lbs 12
Hogs, 130 lbs aud oyer . , ,
s i-MM f t ','',
ttae) ' -i-
, . . . ,..,, V ,f
Cows '. ',
t- ' i , it-
. . . .
New Bermudus, lb.
Beans, string, lb
Beans, lima in pod.,,,,,'
Beets, dos, bunch
Cabbige, lb ..........
Carrots, ' doz. bunches..
Celery, crate ........ i.
t'on, eweet, 100 ears..,.
80 (3 33
The Territorial Marketing Division ander supervlsien 6f tha U. 8. Experi
ment, Station I at tbe service of all citjrn of the Territory. Any produce
which farmer may send to tho Marketing Division Js sold at tbe best obtain
able price and for cash. Ke commission-is charged. It la highly desirable that
tnrmsrs notify the .Marketing Division whst aqd bow piuch, produce they have
for aale and about when it will be ready to ship. Tue shipping mark of tbe
Division (s U. S. C 8. Litter address Honolulu, P. O. Box 753. Storeroom
US Queen street, near Maunakea. Telephone 1840. Wireless addruss USKX.
r A. T. LONG LEY, Superintendent
Public Utllitlei Oommisfiion GiTei
b Aid tt Wasbiofton to Bequiit
of Rapid Tnuuit Compay--Be-liaVad'
Pfeaent 'CdngTaat Will
Pass Bill with Few Amed,
ftenta frear on Ground in Dv
tional CapiUdL' " v. i u I;
1 : i " ' J " -. ''-.'
-' The public utilities commission has
beea endeavoring to sxMlite the extau-1
sion of the Houolulu Rapid transit and
Land Company frnncbise.. .Governor
Pinkham and u'Tenney I'eck appeared
before the congressional committee .in
December and ax-Upverner Walter F.
Frear U now worjiiiig on behaj( of . the
commission. Alexis J. Gignoux one rf
tbe aiembers of the commission stated
yesterday that the following transcript
from the minutes of -the public utilities
commission meetings iudicate . what
action has been taken. December SO,
IDlt the minutes are as follow! " . ' ' , ,
, "WitH reference, to the Jlonoliilu
Rapid Transit Land Co 'a new fran
chise, the chpimian had the following
to say! That the bill bad been Intro-;
duced in Congress and public hearings
In regard to the same were bad ia Wj)Hh- j
Ington. Governor Pinkham, Mr. Frefr, I
Mr,. Perk and Mr, Drown, of Mritton.A
Usy,. attorney a for the Honolulu Rapid
Transit t Land Coi, apcared and tes
tified at the bearings. Mr. Peck In
formed the Chairmaa that bs stoiyd
furnish th Commissioa with a Copy pf
the record taken at the hearings. From
present indications the bill will likely
mws the present. Congress with f aw
amendments.' ' , . ... . , . ,',. ; ,. ,
- Agarn, at tbe meeting of February 4,
inlet '. '"r ,., t: - :..'. !
"The Chairmaa brought op the mat
ter, of urging the approval by Congress
ef Arts 135 spd H of .the Hession Laws
of 1913. "Moved by. Mr. ,Oignoiwx,
seconded by Mr. Mott-Smitb, that the
Chairmaa be authorised to ftonfer wilh
tho Governor in regard to this matter,
rred.7 .;;;.';V .;, , ,"i
, On February 10, 19H this record
was aaadet " ' ' .'' ' i
yip regard to Act 135 of the Session
Laws of 1013 the Chairman stated that
it might be necessary ' to ' prepare , a
statement of eome length, as to bow
tbe'approval of that Aet will affect the
vsHous (-orporatibni theteih snentioned.
The Chsirman was Instructed, .to pro
pa re such a statement.'!!
At the March 8 meeting Ueecre
thry rcad a cop of a oommuuicatiqn
that tb chairman bad addressed to ea
Oovprnor ear, at present in Washing
ton, under' date of February 28,. 1914.
re status Of, Act Session LaWs pf
1013. , The Copy of the eommnaication
was ordered placed, on file. ., This letter
Wfrvl ' v aiir; :.
" ' , - February 1 1914..
Oovernor W. F.' Frear, ' t . .,,
i,' ArmT and Navy Club, . ' . ' t
, Wishlogton, IX. ft :.
Dear Oovernor: The public ut'lities
commission 'have 'authortccd m fo in-
?uire (nto. the present , status of Act
35, Lows of ,1913; before congress and
what further steps are necessary to fur
ther tue paasnge of the act 1f congress.
Jf there 1 snydhiug yoii ran do wbie
in Washington, or suggest ia this eon:
nection your, assistance will be greatly
appreciated-oy the commission. With
out (ha approval pf this act by con
gress the commission : is greatly ,lam
pcreij in .its operations 'as to the. com
panies niimcd in the act and much up
certainty .ahd embarrhssroent ban re
sulted thereby both to th eoinntiesion
and,tohe cwnpoje; , r
; Your respectfully, ; . '
(ty'd) E. ; A, MOTT SMITH
i ; -. : ' .'''' Chairman.-
Cucumbers," 4oi '. . .V.. . ''M " (9 40T
Ureea Peas, lb- ......... H
Peppors, BelV lb 8 (a) 10
I'ej'pers, coil, lb o (o T
khubarb, lb (fd t
Tomatoes, lb ......... , 6 ji) 10
Turnips; white, ft . .. , . r $ 3
Turnips, yellow, , lb . ,.j . , ." I
, . - -. Fnsh Fruit.
Bananas, Chinese bunch. 40 . 50
Banauaa,- cooking, buaub ' 75 ' (i) 1 .00
rigs, 100 & 80
Ornpes, Isabella, lb,.... id 8
Oranges, Hswsilan, 100 QQ 1.33
l.lmes, Mexican, 100... 83 1. 00
Pineapples, ton $33'
Strawberries, ID ...... 13 BO
.-.". '.V.;..-,: Boana, Pried. ; ::
Lima, cwt. ,........ ' 5.40 (5$ 5,50
Black Ryea 4.50 (,d 4.03
Red Kidneys 3.S5 dp 8.00
Calico . .,'.. 8.10 (a) 8,85
Small Whites ......... 5.30 (C 8.90
Peas, dried 7 j . 8.26 3-50
' Grain. ' '
Corn, small yellow, ton. . .Sfl.oO (ft) 40.00
Corn, large ........ ...30.00 83.00
Charcoal, bag 83 lbs. ., .', , 60 70
Hides, wet salted .
N4.-1' ...................... 13
Sheep Skits 80
Goat feVins, white ........ . 30
t ' ' "
f MerOanu1; ExeaaaM v
I I ii m. mmt I
- '.. Tuesday, .Mare II, .
San Francisco Arrived, March . 81,
11 a. m. 8. h. Wilhnlniipa, keaca March
83.' ' , . ' -.', , .. t .
Xontcrcyailed, Msrcb 3, '& S. J.
A. Lbakalor, for Houolulu. i vk
San Francimo Arrived, March 81,
schr. Honoiiin from liana. Marrh l(i
.falina Cmn-r-Arnvcd, March 87, B.
41. Mtalean from Ililo, .March 13. - ' .
t'ort Towasenil irrlvcil, starch 31,
schr, -Melrom, hence March nVj -
i ort L,ii(llow Mailed, Ma.-cb 30, schr.
Alice Cooke, for Honolulu. '
Oaviota Arrived. March Sri. ikln tf
OiiKott, hence March 14. w . m
, Hilo Haile.1, March 30, schr. A, M.
Baxter, for. 1'uget Mind.,. :,. . ,
' -.'. V" i . , V eilncsday, Apm I.
' San Francisco Bsiled. Man-a si
fi:S0 p ni, 8. 8. Lurline, for Honolulu.
, Hilo-nlleil, March Sll: p. in
8. Enterprise, d"or feaa Francieep. ,
-.' ' i , , ,Wadnesdsyt April 8.
Victoria Arrived, April 1, & o, Ma
nors, hence March, 25. v
Mahukonn Hailed. Alull 1. schooner
Annie Johnson -for San Francisco. .,
ipqrt of Honolulu.-
.. n y ,1m. nai 1 , . ,., ,. ,
Tuesday. March 31. '
Str. Mateonla, front San, Francisco,
7S43a. .. ,; .- - , ;.r. ,v
otr, Aiauna Kea, from lUlo, 7:43 e-m.
C m ' 1 Wednesday. Anril 1.
8tr. .Hf. O. ilttil, from Kauai ports,
4:13 a. m. , j, .- ' ., ," ... .
Thursday, April 8.
Str. Clsudine, from Maui ports, 8:20
. in- .'-..... - ....... -;.'.- '.,
; Str, Honolulan. from Besttle. 12 m.
Str. Msnningtry. ' from .Newcastle,
3:30 p.'. m. .. ,.' . '
Schr. Flaurenee Ward, for - Midway
Island, 10:30 n. m. .'.'.'
. rtrr.yaTaTa. ,. 1 'v.
fitr. waUelefor Hawaii ports, 3:13
p. tn:. -' ..'V"'i'r''. -'.' - ,
trV 1 Manoa, for air' Francisco, 0
p. in. ' f .'.. f tV.i,
6tr.Meaes,.fof 1 oPrtland, . Oregon,
4:3Q p. , ',:.' '. ; , .
', Str. Ida May, for, toaba' ports, 1:15
a." at. i";-'. .,1 ; . . . , .
Sfr. Maiina Kea, 'or Hllo, .ia a. m.
Str. Mokolii, for Oabf ; porta, 9:50
.'.'." . ; ." w ',' K
Str. Matsonia, for Ililo, p:l$ p. .' ,
'. ' PABSBWOEJt. . .''
Per str. Mauna ' K, . frbm Maui
Hawaii ports, : Man-k 81. ' From
Hilo K. J. t) Urlen; Ben fohn,' MU.
E. Crosby ; W.f Montgomery,- ,0. H,
Maconnchie, F.. W, IVum, ,Kev. Bobt,
Hnaen, Bev. A: U "Wllkos, H. Trwin,
Angikrcns, Miss Abreaa. Mrs. Vf. H.
ifiscraian' .and' maid, J. IL Smith, Lee
Let, J. yf. Mall, 0 A. Boradt, W. j.
West,' Miss Talbot, 'Miss Siebert, B. T.
Moses, W. IL Zeigler Mis J, TyrrpU,
Mrs. yrosler, Mies Croaier H. Goodiug
Field Anit wife.-H. H. Yooog aad wife,
D. Kalaua, MUmcs Fpfl, two, -r- trh,
wife ' and three children,, frpiu -Ln-halna
lCT- MilisU Baptists, Rev. J.
W.. Wadman, O. C. Hillsjd, Mis l.
JIcKjiigue, O. BHumphrev, J..W. i
lua, Mrs. M. Kamai. H. II Woolev.v
1'er s'tr. 4laudine. from Maul orts,
April ?.-44. Haker, Mss K.,Kupu, R.
A. Driunmond, Mies Lawrence,-Mrs, ML
F, (,'rowlsy. A. MiVeta. H -F. Hoaro.nl.
B. 8tacker,.C. ftchoenjng, Mrs. jp. J,
oi-uonping, cars, UHimsn, U KauUn
Miss O. Kauha, tt, Adacnl, Tnie M,
W'itford, Mrp. ;Witfor.l, . Murphy, U.
M. Crowley,., JJ Carr, Misaf. iSbUn
gor, Tanani, H. Kawasaki, F. A. He
redge, S. C. Smart, M. Jones. ; ;
' . ' Departed. -. .'...'
Per str. Manoa. for San Francisco,
March JJ-Mlss L. Anderson, Miss li.
Armstrong. R. A, llotbwell. E. ft. Bnrk.
halts, Mrs, 1. berusteln, V. rf. pellioa,
Mrs. J.YK. Bo4lel and three child
I r, u tirown, Mrs. KOa HroWp, Mrs. J.
Cooper, Master .Cooper, Miss J. K. (t-
ton, t. a. Uivkens,,Mrs, P. F, Dillon,
Miss J. 3. Davidson, J. A, Fiaher, Miss
u. uurney, Mrs. II. B. Qehr, D. D
Hoag, J. K. Howell, John Hind, J. M,
Hind. Misa Muriel Hind, Geo. U. Hun
ter, Mrs. ueo. ft: Hunter, Mrs. R. 11
Hunt. Mrs, J. W. Hill. Dr. ttacnld
Jsnss, Dr. Peter Janes. Mrs. A. Lernut.
Mrs. b. u. uvtngston, W. R, Moody,
W. P. McKean,. K. 0. Mby, E, , U.
NoldMrs. K. M. Nold, Dr. Ray Nsnuo,
Y. n icnsr.is, A. u. Modman, A. U Khom
berg, MaJ. Hoseaeraas, , Mrs. Sosen
era ux, Mr., Rossncrans, airs. A. H, Ta
(bam, Miss K. Tatbam, Mies Jane Tv
roll. D. M. Walker. II. Vounir. Mrs. II
Vonng, Miss B. Yacgor, W. IL Ziegler,
Mrs, K. xuar and rbiliL
. Per str. Kin a a, for - Kauai ports,
Murch 81 Mr. apd Mr. K. F, BUhop,
Mrs. Ctarles A. Bice, Mr." and Mr.
Geo. Isenberg, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gartley,
Mrs. E. M. Cheatham, Master O. Cheat
ham, Master . H. Cheatham, George
Baldieky J, F. UacVfeld. F. A. Sin..
Mrs. n. M. isarei, miss isarei.
' I'rr str. Mauna Loa, for Maul ' aad
Hawaii ports, Mireh 3l-II, Zimmer
man, Mr. and Mrs. K. Sbibsyama, Miss
v. Myer, J. ; McVeigh, Mr. and Mr.
J. W'. Donald, E. K. Hendry. H. F,
Wlekmao, t'apt.. Mapes, r. J. Under
was, Mrs. A. K Baker and child, Mia
A. Cooke, Miss B. Y, Miller, Dr, George
W". McCoy, A. L, Oreeowell, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Uoo, D. M. Killnokl, O,
Akona, Mrs, K. Wassuian, W, T. Frost
Honolulu Stock Exchsr.r
Thursday, April 2, 1914.
MAMS OP STOCK Ask
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Haw. f-uc Ca
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Prnssssfi njsj .iiiiniiMiii
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7 0 li
sisinS Aar. Co .....
Wasnka 8uar Ce. ...
waimanato ' -
Waonea tosaf AUI...
liw, trr. Co. Ltd.,.,. .
jaw Hnewk Cjs ....
lilo R. It Co. Con'!!!
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Boa. Uas Ca. PIS. ...
6. R. t L Co.....,..
Taaaa Wok iba JCoA
mwwibsi nww VV naj i
Haw. Tr. 4 p c IRa-
Paw. 1. 4Publin
Haw.Trr.4pC Pub U
rxc. itiz-ifti., .....
aw. Ta, 4'i . Mr
aw. TCT. 14 p c......
Sat. 1412-ltll.. .
raw. ir. '
X. . ra at
KtUsU Kl VO. M . . . . v
Mcriods Umm Co,fc-
rmiota ta cml m ....
h. m i. Li
as surw Ce, S o
acilic Ouaao Feruucr
Fsciiis fcsier Mill Co.
Plonrer Milt Co. (.-
San Carlo Mill Co. s c.
- Between Boards.
100 Olaa, L1214; 80 Hon. D. 4 M.
Co, 1 0.7 5 ( 35 Walalun, 65.00; (II, tj,
k B. Co, X2,18. . , ;-.,''.
1 . - ;' ' Seeston Baiea .
H. C, & Co., 0, 10, 15, 22.12':
.v. .' 6ng QnoUUoan.
88 Deg. Analysis Boots, 9s Id; parity,
S.48J 1 .Ccntvlfor Hawaiian
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cent cities of Gomez Palacio and
Lerdo riae, or fall in a military
and political sense with Torrocn.
Normally there is A larje foreign
colony, but most of these resident j .
have fled leaving only a few a3
caretakers of important property.
xTCDERAL GENERAL CtAn.I3
F Jf-D?rEAT: OP EEBEL AEMY
VCTTt'dF MEXUX). April S.-l-fAs-
aoclntod Press by. Federal Wireless)
Accetding- to SBBOoncenicat made last
i)igbt by th war department of the
Huerta government, Ilea. Javier le
Moure yesterday defeated a .force of
sobeis' at. tiaa Isdro aud drove the
vaiwiilsbed aymy toward Torreon. No
Word has been,rerolved here up to lute
last sight front' Torreon., -
V i i i AGENT IS ARRESTED
CH I H IT A H U XrMex ic o . Anril a'
(Aso.'lated iTesa hy Federal WircK'ss)
T-Kdwnrd Powers,, United Htates cou
sulsr agent at I arral, waa arrested yes
terday by rebel authorities on the
charge of asaing cotiaterfeits of tho
rebel flat money. Consuf Letrher was
Ootiltexl and stated that bo would ile-
mand the immediate rolonso of 1 Offers,
, I'.. Johnson and F. A. Hawkins, both
Americnus and cashier ' snd . assistant
manager rectively f the Alvara lo
Muiug a.MiIliag Conn an V. were ar
rested on similar rhargea yesterday.
CUBA WILL BEND WARSHirS
!8AJf. FHANCJHCW' March 1U.
fleet of Cuban warship will bring Um
ispaonc s presmtrt-, Mario Menocil, 10
the ; faama-Paclfll exposition jiex,
year, acrordlug to anuoiiuCement made
todyby Oen. Lainns de I'astidla, Cu
ban -commissioner to the fair, who ar
rived here from Havana yasler-inv.
"The president told no," said ions.tl
Castella, "that be had ' deel.lc I .n
bringing three war vessels t t5au IVhh
cisco, but -that be. might nugumr, hn
escort by another vessel now bt-iu
fnbn Vas ajipropriated 1250,000 for
its eabibif. ',-'- -.'
-4 r '"'
THE FOftTT THAU TEST.
- Aa article must hove - onceptionul
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yeara. C'bambtriaiu 'a Cough Heme I v
was jlrst offered to the pul lie iu 1H72.
From a small beginning it iiaa grown
In favor and popularity until It has at
tained a World wide rrpututioa. Von
will flpd nothing better for a conch or
cold. - Try it and you will uiiilei'statul
Why'tt is favorite afte a period ot
nipre than forty yeara, Xlimub-rhiu 's
'Cough Keniedy nut pnlv gives relief--it"
cures. For salrt by all denlo:.., Men
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