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L VOLUME XVIII
1 The Latest Germans
m In Sports Advance
t What the Wrestlers, Boxers and Base
Ball Artists Are Dping.
Apart from the offer of a 830,000
purse for Johnson nnd Langford,
scarcely a word has come over the
cables from London since the Lang
Langford fight. There never was a
big ring affair, in fact, with so little
aftermath. The inference is that
there is nothing further to tell and
nothing to argue about. Langford
polished off the Australian so com
pletely that Lang or Lang's friends
cannot think of anything on which
to basea demand for areturn match.
Now that society men have taken
up boxing and are inviting profes
sional pugilists to join them in the
pastime, there is danger of some of
the journeymen bruisers getting too
big for their gloves. It was all right
for Bobby Beresford and Drexcl of
the Upper Ten to have a little set-to
on their own account, but when
Tnnv Riddle of Philadelphia, who
is called ''the pugilistic champion of
thoFour Hundred," or something
like that, arranged to do a few
rounds with Packey McFarland he
started something that may result
in class distinctions arising among
the fellows who fight for a living.
It wouldn't be unlike McFarland to
tell his next challenger too and
get a social reputation.
And after all there is to bo no
world's championship wrestling
match between Frank Gotch, the
American Bear, and George Hack
enschmidt, the Russian Lion. At
least that is the latest report that is
being spread in hammerlock circles.
Hackenschmidt, they say, is
thoroughly disgruntled at the turn
affairs have taken, and he criticises
Gotch without reservation. He says
"Gotch has not only fooled me, ho
has fooled the, public. He gave out
that ho was debarred from wrestling
because of a promiso made his wife
Personally, when I heard this I did
. not press matters, but when it was
told that Gotch's wife had with
drawn her objections and that he
was prepared to defend his cham
pionship, I looked for an early meet
ing. He hasn't made the slighest
move towards accepting my dial
lengo, however; and as I am leaving
the country in tho near future, it is
verv evident there will bo no wrest'
ling match between U3 for a long
time at least." Jack Curley, man
ager of Hackenschmidt, declares
that Gotch has carefully avoided
Hackenschmidt from first to last.
"Since Gotch announced his re
turn to tho mat ho has confined
himself to wrestling hired men and
giving exhibitions," says Curley.
Sl The fact that "Duke" Farrell is
.'going south to coach the young
Yankee pitchers this season means
tho passing of Lou Criger from major
league ranks whero for years ho
shone as one of the greatest back
stops tho game ever produced. Chase
believes Criger's days of usefulness
as an activo participant nt an end
With Farrell to do the coaching
there is no place on tho team for tho
aged and respected veteran Criger.
No waivers have been asked on
Criger. He will in all probability
become a freo agent through tho club
not offering him a contract before
March 1. Chaso has made no pro
vision for Criger in his plans for this
season's campaign. It is quite un
likely that any other big league club
will have use for the celebrated bat
teryWto of old Cy Young, savo as
an instructor to pitchers and catch
ers. Tho now roster limit rules
ifiiti . . jyj, , , -iiiLif Miaft tf
That Empire is Now i ominating the
Politics of Europe.
There is no uso trying to exorciso
it, the Gcrman'spcctrc will not down
and the publication of its census
figures giving tho empire a popula
tion of 04,896,885, an increase of
more than 4,000,000 in five years,
las given a new "raw head" to the
The great problem which troubles
tho old Avorld to-day is the rise of
Germany to a position of domina
tion on the continent, greater than
that which has ever been enjoyed by
any power since the days of tho
great Napoleon. She has enjoyed
uninterrupted peace since 1871 and
whih maintaining her armaments,
has been freo to devoto the whole of
the national energy to the task of
industrial commercial development.
While Franco has practically stop
ped breeding any surplus popula
tion, the Gorman cradle has never
been empty. By sheer dint of tho
multiplication of their species, Ger
many has acquired such a redun
dant population that she. can afford
to reject from her army all weak
lings, while France, on tho other
hand, from sheer lack of human
material, has often to pass as re
cruits weedy boys who are not fit to
stand the strain of actual battle.
Thirty years ago she was unable
to feed a population of 40,000,000
Now, by scientific applications, she
is able to provide for more than
Thirty years ago 200,000 Germans
left the Fatherland every year, to
seek new homes and means of liveli
hood in America and elsewhere
Now she actually imports emigrants
from other countries to meet tho
demands of her ever increasing in
Prosperity has led to such an in
crease in Gorman wealth that Ger
many will, beforo long dethrone
Franco as completely in tho realm
of finance as she has dethroned her
on the sea and on land.
Russia crippled by her Japanese
war, and still suffering from the
aftermath of her revolt, has ceased
to threaten Germany's eastern flank.
France is not regarded as a serious
antagonist in a single-handed war
with Germany. The Germans con
fidently calculate that if war broke
out they would bo in Paris in six
The British empire alone remains
as an independent unit, whoso coun
sels aro not dominated by tho
shadows of tho German swords. But
England, despite her entento with
France and Russia, is powerless from
a military point of view. Her do
mination is more and moro limited
to sovereignty of the seas, and that
sovereignty Germany lias been dili
gently undermining for tlio last ten
Tho menacing shadow of German
power stretching across the narrow
seas fills the minds of tho Britons
with an undisguised uneasiness. Tho
British, who for the last 200 years
have often intervened and dispatch
ed armies to the continent, aro slow
ly waking up to realize the fact that
they can no longer play ecn an im
portant, much less a decisive role,
in tho battlefields of Europe.
adopted by the big leagues, however,
make it extremely unlikely that any
club will pick him up for that pur
poses. Fortunately Criger has saved his
money, and is in a position to spend
tho remaining days of his lifo on a
fine farm in Michigan,. freo from
financial cares and worries.
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. MARCH 18, )9l 1
HONOLULU, March 17. Cottrell has arrived with his wife, son
and brother.in-law. He says efficiency in tho service is what ho is
after. He will say nothing regarding tho pcrsonel of the office.
Tho Legislature has made available $50,000 for sanitary purposes.
Babbitt will replace Pinkham in Manila. The latter hah displeas
ed the planters.
The House introduced a resolution praising the work of Delegate
Kuhio, who returned from Washington on the Lurline.
A block of Hawaiian Sugar Company's stock was sold yesterday
at 40. The stock is supposed to bo tho holdings of W. G. Irwin, and
represents about $180,000. It was sold through GifforJ & Roth.
HONOLULU, Mar. 16. Salutes will be fired from all naval
stations Thursday and Friday in
Sperry and Matthews.
A bill has been submitted by
Affonso won out in his fight
table. The matter comes up Saturday. Tho sum has been reduced
from $600,000 to $450,000.
The fund for a new boat for Captain Sam is still growing.
Strong opposition is developing against the Territory selling the
A report comes from Hilo
will be sifted and the best features
tion of who will get the franchise
Six regiments of infantry will
then become a department.
HONOLULU, Mar. 14. The
strong in favor of Filipino labor for
Towse is boosting cotton ns
planted to cotton will yield $150 per
The taro situation is becoming
starve the Hawaiians than loose their fight with the Board of Health
The Kau ditch bill as framed
eliminates the clause whereby the
The Mexican Rebellion.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 17.
troops along the Mexican border to
is no law to prevent this being done.
CITY OF MEXICO, Mar. 17.
Federals by tho rebels in Sonora.
ambushed. Twenty-one were killed
CHICAGO, Mar. 17. Nine of
connection with the Alaskan coal
U. S. Captain In Trouble.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15. Captain Mostyn of the U. S. S
California, has killed Bessie Cook, a danco hall singer.
EL PASO, March 15. Madero and his forces are again in action
They wero defeated recently at
WASHINGTON, March 15.--The
ed the return of two Americans
Scandal On Hawaii.
HILO, March 14. Eyes witnesses declare that thirty lepers were
shipped from Kailua on the Likeliko recently. Some were in a terrible
condition. They were taken to tho steamer in native canoes. Natives
allege that Dr.' Goodhue is making
HONOLULU, March 15. Representative Coney has introduced a
bill to regulate the manufacture of
No new cases of cholora, and
Kauai was stacked up against Oahu yesterday on the fight for a
tax commission. The resolution finally passed giving one represen
tative to each island.
CITY OF MEXICO, March 16 It is said that President Diaz haB
promised that if the revolution is suppressed, he will purchase the big
Mexican estates and parcel them
DOUGLAS, Ariz, March 16.
two miles of tho position held by
EL PASO, March 16. A
Jaurez rocently. They escaped
barracks, and exploded dynamite
BERLIN, March 16. Germany is negotiating a commercial treaty
PRESIDIO, Texas, March 16.
Tho rebels surround the town, and
the trenches, e
EL PASO, March 16. In a
that tho United States demanded
honor of the memory of Admirals
Castle stripping tho mayor of all
to take his belt road bill from the
that all bills for an electric railroad
combined into one bill. The ques
has not yet been settled.
bo stationed on Oahu Hawaii may
emigration committee will come out
a staple -for Hawaii. He says land
acre more than sugar.
worse. The Chineee would rather
at present follows the Carey act, but
government can guarantee the bonds
Although the U. S. may have 25,000
prevent smuggling of ancs, there
A successful blow was given the
A detachment of fifty soldiers were
and tho balance captured.
those charged with swindling in
fraudH, have been indicted by the
Casadranda. Tho garrieon has been
State department has demand
captured by Mexican troops on
apprisuls for petition against him
it is believe the disease has bcon
out cheaply to tho poorer classes.
A force of 400 regulars aro within
the rebels under Blanco.
band of rebels made their way into
tho sentries headed for the Federal
under the barracks, causing mucl
Tho siege of Ojinaga continues
aro advancing closer and closer to
speech here Col. Roosovolt said all
of Mexico was order and justico
The March Term Opened At Wailuku
With Judge Selden B. Kingsbury
on the bench, tho March term of the
Second Circuit Court, opened at Wai
luku Wednesday morning. After
tho Grand Jury had taken their
places, and been sworn, Judge
Kingsbury delivered his charge. Tho
judges words wero followed closely
by both jury and spectators. The
charge bristles with plain straight
forward facts, and is most interest
ing. Below wo give it in full.
Gentlemen of Grand Jury:
The law makes it my duty, at this
time, and honored custom approves,
that I give you some advise as to
You aro of those qualified under
the Organic Act of .this Territory.
and, selected by1 tho Jury Commis
sioners by virtuo of the Statute of
Hawaii as qualified to bo Grand
Jurymen for this year and for this
County of Maui, and you have been
duly drawn for this March Term of
It is incumbent on you to care
fully consider your functions and
duties in regard to this your present
offico and service.
In a general way, you, by your
education, have knowledge of what
a Grand Jury is and as to what are
Yet you will permit the Court to
mako some suggestions for your
Remember that no person can be
put .on trial for a crime in this
Court at this or any timo unless
charged by a writing called an
Indictment found by a Grand Jury,
with the commission of a crime.
Thus the power and duty of
taking the initiative in all criminal
proceedings rests with and upon
Thus too tho well-being and hap
piness of every community in this
County is largely in your hands.
Your duty is to your country.
Your obligation is to do what is
for tho good of the people of this
Keep this beforo your minds.
You will do well if you servo well
tho people of Maui, and not other
You are not called upon to try
any accused person. You do not
find any verdict of guilty or not
guilty in any case.
But you" aro to determine who
shall bo called to tho Bar of Justice
to answer beforo a Trial Jury,
which Trial Jury will determine tho
question of guilt or innocenso of.
tho offenso by you charged.
As you do not try tho accused so
tho accused may not of right come
txjforo you, or have beforo you wit
nesses in his behalf, or, even bo in
formed that any accusation against
him has been made to you. Indee
your proceedings aro to bo kept
secret and you are sworn not to
You will be assisted in tho exam'
ination of witnesses and on lega
matters by the County Attorney am
his assistant who will conduct ox
animations and draw indictments
County Attorneys aro in Hawaii
ex-oflicio deputies Attorney Genera!
and aro tho prosecuting attomoys of
this Territory. They aro the only
persons who can como into tho
Grand Jury room when you aro in
session, except witnesses under ex
amination and interpreters when
(Continued on Page 3.)
Racy Paragraphs From the Capitol On '
(By Oscar Brcnton.)
Honolulu, March 14.
Tho poi situation is getting seri
ous hero m Honolulu whero tho
government has closed down tho
shops operated by the Chinese1 and
orced the people to take their na
tional dish from the factory at
Kalihi. And there is no serious
objection to this 011 the part of .con
sumers of this delectable articlo of
lfe 111 the tropics: tho rub cotnes
because the factory cannot tret a
supply of taro sufficient to mako
into paiai and supply tho demands.
Tho fratemalism that
known to exist among' the Mongo
lians is cropping out now and tlm
taro planters of that nationality
have banded themselves so stroriclv
that there is no telling where it will
all end. There is tnlk nf rvrnanmi.
tion for conspiracy since Represen
tative Coney wired to his constitu
ents on tho Garden Island to scn
taro to "Honolulu rtnrl u?nrl nii.l
back that there was nothine doinrV'V
in that lino for tho present. Then
Representative Kcliinoi secured a
short leave of absenco and sailed
away for Maui to consult, it is be-
nuvuu, iuu iieopie in ins district-
i;.-... ,i 1 . . . ... . . .1
gry in Honolulu.
Ol'P.'l cn ml n 1 nnana rt 1 .. -
among tlio contacts and an isolated
case outside the infected districts.,
mi . - i
1110 miar.mt.11ir iinrl Hm mm-mm ;n.T.
ijijixwo, ii ru located in Kuiim with-
in sight of tho dormitnri
Kapiolani Home for girls. I learn
that half tho inmates of the Homo
have tho fan-tods from seeing the
dead wagon drive up to the morcuo.
This is mentioned merely in the hopo
that some ono of the wise legislators
will accept it as a. suggestion for an
exchange of land so the Homo may
bo built away, from a place .'next
door to a pest houso and a. morgue.
In a locality, perhaps, whero jthore
will bo less frequent object ltissons
for a purer, better and more, sani
tary modo of livimt'than.manv of
tho Hawaiians familiarizo them
selves with. In a place like tho
Home, presided 'over by tho.-. Cath
olic sisters, cleanliness; of spirit and
llesll is akin to Godliness nni1 n
morgue-and the shrieks of .the dying
are not needed to remind .them of
the uncertainties of. lifo in. a .com
munity. whero the modo of Jivinc is
conducive to abdominal pain-torture.
A smile spread over tho counten-'
anco of Honolulu on Saturday whe;i
tho afternoon papers contained an
account of a petition presented to
tho court by Sam Parker for an in-
creaso in tho allowance to his ward
and step daughter, Beatrice Camp
bell. Since her mother's death
Beatrice has struggled along on a
mcasely six hundred dollars a
month. She looks tho part. For
a miss of scarcely sixteen summers
she has done well if innpnifminnt
gowns, often worn on occasions
when something quieter would havo
shown better taste, oxtended travel
and automobilo bills indicate any
thing. Now her guardian,, Sam
Parker goes into court and makes
tho statement that it is not sufficient
and ho sets a thousand a month as
tho proper figure for a girl with as
good a figuro as has Beatrico. Of
course no ono is surprised at tho
action of Mr. Parker who is guardian
ad something-or-other. Ho is used
to making demands for sums in
(Coutinued on Page 6.)