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Vol. XV III No. 3272
HONOLULU. TETUtlTOBY OE HAWAII. THURSDAY. JANUAUY 4. UMMI
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SHERIFF BROWN TELLS OF WAIALUA MYSTERY
Ask Uncle Sam To Give
Heed To Territories
TO BE PLAYED
PLATFORM OF M0H0NK CONFERENCE
That Hawaii comca In for some par
Ocular consideration In mainland more
jncnts for tlio general national advance
went Is evidenced In tho platform ot
tho twenty-third Lnko Mohonk con
fcrcncc of Friends of tho Indian and
ether Dependent Peoples, as their title
A copy of this platform has Just been
received In this city. Tho followlnf
plank Is of special Interest to Hawaii
"Wo wish also to particularly urg
upon the attention of tho Government
WO WISUOm 01 consiuenng U' "".'.. Mm nl lh. Wn.hlnr.tnn ri.tr.
enco oeiwccn me civihhu u ui -. ""',. ,,, ..-t, ,.. Vf.tr.rrlAvnfir.r.
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Governor Carter was asked today
what was done at tho conference bo-
lnaulnr territories and that
United States, with the resulting need
ot giving especial heed to tho record
racndatlons ot tho men thera lit
charge, even as concerns matters sr
Important as those of forms ot gocru
ment, coattwlso trainee, or Immlgra
KvldcnUy those Hawallans who ba
a volco In tho recent Mobonk Contrr
enco left a deep Impression.
Says the first plank of the platform!
"Uy the addresses, papers and dlsuus
dons of this Conferenco wo have Wen
Impressed n fresh with a some of tho
worth ot other races than our own. and
with tho conviction that all thoso who
would be of real service to the people
of different races and religions with
whom tho events of the last decadl
havo brought us Into close political
relations should study sympathetically
tho national life, tho history, tho Ideals
and tho racial characteristics of thorn
whom they would help."
Tho platform goes on: "Wo believe
that It Is the duty of the United Statu
by legislation to see to It that adequate
primary school training Is provided
where needed (this evidently does not
apply to Hawaii where exists a school
system to bo proud ot) for all the
vhlldrcn of each of Its territories."
Tho, Monhonk platform urges that
Congress adopt tho recommendation ot
tho President toward freedom of trado
between the Philippines and tho United
Preparations have been made for a
fitting reception for tho Chlneso com
lilssioncrs, who are expected to arrive
fiom tho Orient on board tho Siberia,
terry tomorrow morning. Colonel Sa
ver, Captain Hoso and Lieutenant Cum
nuns of tho National Ouard will meet
tho commissioners at tho wharf, hav
ing been chosen to represent tho Qov
LONDON, Jan. 4. The Government anticipates that Russia will repudiate
Admiral Rojestvensky'a statement regarding the readiness of Great Britain
to destroy his fleet In event of his defeating the Japanese In the battle of tho
Japan Sea. The statement Is declared to be without the slightest foundation.
CAPE HAYTIEN, Jan.
j . J, .. , . ' as me investigation proreous in me -mere is utile iiouut nut mat me
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boectTons amoni which i will to th.- evl,,enco 6a'herml bjVh thorlllei lng. probably beUecn 9 and 10 o'clock. fyBUv, and President Moralea has been killed In the battle resulting In
onW SnSn.'cSS.r. national anthem c.lmM ffJlL"tI.llLl.l0.!r"!??'? J.'-'lf"! f ,,ie "" M 0,d w"cn defeat of hi. fore...
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4. Gen. Rodigues, commanding the troops, Is a
'Thcro Is nothing secret about It,"
said the Governor, "but thcro Is really
nothing to gtvo out. It was one ot
thoso meetings where everyone, made
suggestions and Ideas crystallized as
;r TJn7Zj 'l l Probably bo driven about
bors of tho commission wanted data. . '. , , ..
and wo are now getting such-ready tor
which, says Captain liergcr, Is a peach.
l-rom tho wharf tho commissioners
will go to tho residence of tho Chlneso
Consul, where a reception will bo giv
en to Chlneso children, who are al
ways anxious to see tho high and
mighty from tho land ot their fathers. I
Following this the commissioners will
rail officially on Governor Carter, on
which occasion Captain liergcr will
again delight tho visitors with the
strains of tha Chlneso anthem. At tho
executive chambers tho commission
ers will meet prominent merchants,
tho presidents ot tho Chamber of Com
merco and Merchants' Association, and
icprcscmatlves ot tho big financial In
atltutlons. After the call the commit
rest as the murderer. In addition to Tho coroner's jury will continue the
having blood ttalns on his clothes he tnquet tomorrow morning, starting at
was seen to leave tho Wharton homo 10 o'clock.
yesterday morning In company with Sheriff Drown and Chester Doyla
the boy. This was the last seen of the havo spent the day Investigating the
child olive. I tosc. The sheriff will remain over
A large Jack knife was found on night at Walalua and assist in secur
ing additional evidence lor tho cor
oner's Jury. Ho will return to Hono
lulu tomorrow, lomo time In tba after
noon, bringing 8am Johnson, the sus
pected murderer, with him.
There Is much excitement nt Wala
I im over the affair.
SPECIAL SALE TURKEYS.
The Metropolitan Meat Market 111
sell (lno fat California turkeys, Satur
day, January Cth, for 25 cents per
Order a bunch at the WELLS FAR
GO office for the 8. S. Alameda, due
to sail for the Coast on Jan. 3d.
Though Germany has held Metz for
thirty-five years, she Is still adding to
the strength of Its defenses, and has
Just built three moro great forts com
manding tho plateaus ot Gravelotto and
In a lecturo before tho Society of
Arts, London, Martin Duncan stated
that the cinematograph may To traced
back to 130 A- U. from a-document In
tho Bodleian Library at Oxford.
' ThoTTcent regatta on the Zambesi
was so successful that it Is proposed to
Invite Kngllsh university crews tb com
pete next year.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
tho city to sco the Bights and finally
return to tho Chlucso Consulate.
Johnson's person, which shows evi
dence ot blood ttalns. Sheriff Brown
Mated over the telephone this after
noon after an Investigation that John
son seemed to be the guilty man. The
Chinaman Is being held as a witness.
The motive of tho crime, the sheriff
believes. If Johnson Is the murderer, is
the fact that he had had trouble lately
with Mrs. Wharton. Owing to this tact
it Is believed that the man Induced the
child to accompany him to tho cane
field and there with his knife butchered
the boy to his death and then dls
i membered the body
The missing of littlo three-year-old
Seaman Wharton ot Walalua and later
the finding of tho fearfully mutilated
body In a eane field not far from tho
borne has stirred Walalua and the
The trunk and wholo County to horror at the deed of
explosion at a local
TWENTY-ONE MINERS KILLED.
Va., Jan. 4 Twenty-one miners were killed today In an
CITY OF PUEDLA ARRIVE8.
8AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4. Tha iteamer City of Puebla was towed Into
port today. The damage la not serious.
EARTHQUAKE IN NICARAGUA.
WASHINGTON, Jan. A. An earthquake In Nicaragua has ruined Masaya.
A volcano Is In eruption at San Diego.
LA FOLLETTE IN THE 8ENATE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. Senator La Follette of Wisconsin was seated to
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Lten tho covering up of a provlous un- rubber factory. The military bombarded the place and the rebels aurrendered
Tho cnBc of Patrick Murphy and oth- mbs were burled about a toot under ne lend, whoso motlvo may havo RIGA, Jan,
c steerage passengers who were leu the earth's surface.
botiind by tno Moneoua some uroe ngo. The murderer evidently Decamo uai yl"tv Y,6VU"tu su, " afte many had beer?
ma aro sum? the ractnc .Man a. a. rnghtene'i aner cutting up nis victim .- "u im;.-i
Co. for damages, is being nuara ueioro as thfl clothes were round a rew reet wb. ur iu Rruusumu wui-k ui u m.
ftwltrn Tlnln trwlnv All thn nvldpnrO lfl ntvtiv frnm thft lii-wlv nil iTntltrfittvl with liatlC I
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A lecturo will be delivered Friday tbot possibly tho field thought he had tlrao enjoyed tho hospitality of Henry
evening In Assembly hall, Oahu Col-. linen discovered nnd made a hasty ro- Wharton, the father of tho murdered
lego, by llishop Hamilton on "Soma treat before completing the deed evl- child. He Is under arrest at Walulua.
Persons of Quality In Boston." dently planned. (Continued on Page 6)
REBELS DIE AT RIGA.
4. Five thousand armed workmen captured the Provodnlk
To Call Ol:
Ultimatum Is Sent
About Kapaa By
Correct Chtkskr Men
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For equal or more money no
rain coat is as Rood as those
bearing this label
MAKERS i'.i NEW VRK
GIVEN TO FEB. I TO MAKE CONTRACT
a .iiirmlnpi1 moio was finally niad( tho mosfaKe. and tho two bad several
by the Government today In the Kapaa. Interviews together. It Is understood
land settlement cute. Land Commls- that Trait, who has been waiting for
Holdent ot tha oxlstlng lssuo of Wal
alua bonds, Jl.00u.o00, havo nearly all
signified their Intention of exchanging
their huldlnes for an vaulvalent faca
Ivnluo of the now Issue, $1,500,000, on
the basis of 98 for tho latter, llcfori)
tho now lssuo was authorized over
I three-fourths of tho old bondholders
agreed to exchange Since then near
ly all ot tho remaining fourth havo In
oleated their Intention to exchango for
the now lssuo. Agreements havo been
executed to this effect In most In
stances, but delivery does not have to
be made to the Hawaiian Trust Com-
weeks for the agreement to be ar
ranged, realized that patience ba4
a ,! n I l& n ilrtiia nnrl atfilil un ft Ian
announcing his Intention to see tha. VY until tho Cth
Qocrnor for the purpose of calling
the whole thing oft.
l'ratt had bis last conference with
Dreckons at about 11 a. m. Immed
iately after that he went over to the Charles K. Stlllman, formerly tho
Capitol nnd was admitted to the Oov-'jpmy ,bcri,f ,f uorth Kohala, has
ernor auoui noon, inis coniereni. ccn appointed by Superintendent W,
took only a few minutes, l'ratt was j natbltt to tako the place as stcnog
seen by a Uulletlii reporter immeu pher nnd book clerk at tho offlco of
lately after II had taken piaco. ' tho Hoard of i:dUcatlon, which was
"I nm going to send a wireless to lcft vncant uy tho promotion of MIsb
Col. Spalding," said Pratt, "telling him i,all)y Smllh t0 th0 position of sccre-
limi uimi. u uua uio iiimiuv- n. ,.. ( ,ho ,)lac0 of jjr HoUgerS, ro-
liy February l. all negotiations are oil. BEnt.j. stlllman Is a graduate of a
This is nbsolute, and It is tlio last limit uginnsa coIIoko on tho mainland. Ho
Btoncr Pratt will notify Colonel Bpuld
lng that unless the cane-grlndlng con
tract with tho Molokans Is closed b
tore February 1 tho negotiations nr
Tho negotiations between Spalding
for tho Makeo Sugar Co., and J.f U
Castle, representing the Molokans. re
garding the cane-grlndlng contract,
without which the settlement plan
would bo Impracticable, havo lasted
for weeks. There has been much filling
back and forth, conferences and draw
lng of contracts, but no result wa
Yeiterday tho mailer tamo nearer
In a head when 'Spalding Bent a wlro
less from Kauai to 11. W. Hreckona,
v.-hn rnrirtit lilm lii the matter, stat
lug that he would not agree to tho last ot tlmo, wnicn win le given opaiuing rcatcj lo gennlor Palmer Woods
proportion made by Thurston, uasue a i ins mauer means a greai ueui morr 0Ull lor .,romnt.nt famlllea on Ha
attorney. 'l0 Spnldlug than It does to us. He li ,M
This morning nreckons notified Land nbjcctlng to a couplo of trifling points. '
CommlsMoner l'ratt of me coniems oi . uon i cure w.iui u d, lu., .. . comraltlee 01. amendments of
U1V4U ll IHVO.
(Continued on Page 8)
To Back Us
"Wo nro having even moro trouble
la securing Jurors this year than we
had last year," said Judgo Robinson
this morning. Tho Judgo was consid
erably put out at tho extremely poor
. work done by the Jury commissioner
Jas. W. Cllrvln nnd O. J. Wnlior
Another Joint meeting ot tho Cham rud said so. The list of 250 talesmen
ber of Commerce and the Merchants' selected by tho commissioners con
Association Is expected soon to tuko tulns such a number of disqualified
place, perhaps tomorrow, and the persons that tho courts aro losing
members ot the Washington delegation much tlmo and cxpenre In securing ju
wtll be prciunt to bear something ot rors. Out of the Grand Jury list ot
tho business men's Ideas In regard ti twenty-threo only cloven wero socur
the work of the committee at Wash ed. Ot tha original trial Jury ventro
Infton In urging Congress to give Ha of twcnty-Hlx Issued by Judgo Kobtn
wail three fourths of the Federal rot- son only cloven wcro secured and ot
rnuo hero for Improvement. ilho special ventro ot fifteen Issued yes-
At 3 o'clock tills afternoon the- del Urday only eight,
gates wilt gather In tho office ot Chair-j "The Jury list contains a largo num.
man w. u. amiui in tne juuu miliums ,cr of people who aro not qunuuca in
to complete arrangement. Tba Joint
meeting will Lo discussed at that time
It is considered that a general meet,
lng ot the business men with tho dele
gation would servo to thoroughly In
form the members of the committee In
rcforence to what is expected of them.
At the delegation's meeting with thn
Governor yr.tcrday afternoon It wan
rvo for various masons," sam juugo
Roblmon. "Among tho Jurors wo
r-nvo drawn wo havo found mon over
(Continued on Page 8.)
For revenge on the editor ot tha
Neuestcn' Nachrlcbten. Uambcrg Ger
many, who had published nn unnppre-
lntlt.A ntr-Aiint nf fllplp HYIllnltfl tomfl
agreed that they should devote all nt-j burglars entered his house and
tentlon to the one Idea of endeavorlnu miaihed everything on the premises.
to otitain Eeveniy-nvo per cent ot inn
Federal revenue hero for local tortlfl'
(Continued on Page 8.)
Their beauty and all-round
superiority has made them
' the choice of all men
$18.00 to $26,00
For sale only by I
A Word To
Managed by an Alert Doard of
Wide awake and progressive. Lib
eral, though, withal, conservative. AL
In that day when you need advice
relative to the investment of money,
tho management of an estate, collec
tion of rents, etc., etc., kindly remember
tho Republican Territorial Central
Commlttco will mako Its final report
nt a moollncr In bo held Baturdnv oven-
Georgo D. Gear has opened law of- ing at 7.30 0-ciuCk nt their headquar-
flees In the rooms formerly occupied ters. Tho regular monthly meeting ot
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumauu ll-o Central' Commlttco will also bo
Henr) Waterhouss Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
The TROPIC FRUIT COMPANY
has again commenced the shipment of
Ita choice pineapples to the mainland.
Leave orders at the Wells Fargo of
fice. Klnn 8L ,
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A RONEO, Is a copying machine that does tho work of a print
ing press. It Is Indispensable to every professional and business of
It will produce from one handwritten or typewritten original, up
to as many as 6,000 copies of ar-y alze, from a postcard to a sheet of
brief and every copy will have the exact appearance of the original,
and automatically register the number of copies printed.
Come and let us show you this wonderful little machine.
It Is warranted for ten years and the price Is SOS.OO.
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If you nro fond of riding, tho
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tliuHo Puttlo LotftflnH.
Ronldas their wtylo they
keep tho trouor fro in
bccomlns wrinkled or
Genuine Pigskin Putties $8.00
Russia Leather 55.00
Russia leather spring; leggins, with or
without caps on front $5.00
Manufacturers Shoe Go.
i' fPlfll The Kash Company.
Trust Co., LU
cort Street, Honolulu
1051 FORT STREET.
931 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN 143.
'PHONE MAIN 282
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