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ADVERTISE AT ONCE IN THE BULLETIN
Initiative! What It Initiative? It
doing the right thing without be-
told, out next to doing the rignt ,
tf-wllhout being told la to do It
when you are told once. Next, there
rf thate who never do a thina un. I
til they are told twice. Next there '
are those who do the right thing i
oniv when necesauy kick mem irom
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Vol. XVIII No 3292
16 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY Of HA WAIL SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. 100C.-16 PAGES
Pbioh 6 Gents
CARTER'S FRIENDS TRY TO CHECK RESIGNATION RUMORS
Is Such As At Once
Calls For Atkinson
TALK OF GOVERNOR'S RESIGNATION
Making a Lei For Old
'The Governor passed a compara
tively comfortable nlKht." said A. K,
that thero was absolutely no sense
SCRAP OVER REPORTER
I Vnnlnr.liKi CnAvAtnwat . tr I r ! aaIIai1
Judd this forenoon, "but this mornlns from Now York tlmt ,10 woud Btart for
bis temperaturo Is still 102. This is, Honolulu today. Tho eablo was th-
the sixth day of high temperaturo andiccived last night. It Is probablo that IMPROVEMEN TCOMMITTEE DOES
THINQ8 IN EARNE8T MON
DAY'S BIG MEETING AT
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
"It is a fool motion and I want poo-
nt no time during that period has hli Carter's friends havo had In vlow,
temperature been less than 102. It ll when they asked tho Secretary to ro
il peculiar fever and very difficult of turn, tho doublo object of having him
diagnosis. occupy his old position "on tho lid"
"Tho Governor Is not worrying norunml to havo blm cheer ud Carter By
Is ho being worried by affairs of tho hi8 presence, as tho Governor is much in .n i,nnw ,ht i hnvn nnthimr t ,ir
Territory. He sees no one but Mrs., attached to tho genial Jack. wm, gald John Kldwell
Carter, tho nurso and tho doctor, my Notwithstanding the statement above ..yot mu8t rcraember that other
brother. Ho asks no questions In ref- to tho effect that thero Is no sense tn'pCop0 navo tt .nt to tner jcag"
ureiicu iu wiiui is uau.vuius ...,..... i0 lum ut vllo uu.tinui a icmbuinN Hnii i:ntomoIoclst Alexander Craw. "I
rumor Is pcrs stent In alleging that tnlnk , may Bay that Mr Craw.g oplu.
the Governor, in spite of his sickness , , Bg d ,n0 , , or M
and despite the fact that an effort If Kldwell"
being made to keep from him jffalw i .., dont (hInk Bal(1 Mr KllhvcUi
of the administration, insists on till-1 Qu0t)loni Question!" x.-.almcd
lusslug current matters and has been M D a, , McIntyro.
inrormeu in me maier "' -'u" This occurred at n meeting of tho
tald, expressed tho thought of resign
Ing the Governorship.
matters. It will be somo time before
ho will bo out of bed, for tbo fever boa
necessarily rendered him very weak.
Dr. Judd Is attending the Governor.
No; ho has called In no other physi
cian In consultation.
"We talked over tho matter of noti
fying Secretary Atkinson of tho Gov
ernor's condition and reached tbo con
clusion that Mr. Atkinson should bo
thoroughly informed, for it will bo
gomo time beforo the Governor will be
In a condition to handle his public du
"Yesterday I cabled Mr. Atkinson
nnd although I have received no an
Rwer to this dlsnatch.
that word has been received to the of-
lect that Mr. Atkinson leaves Wash
ington today and will tako tho Ala
meda for Honolulu.
"Tho Governor docs not know that
Secretary Atkinson is coming homo.
"Wo havo not Informed htm of thla(
Honolulu Improvement Committee at
tno roams of tho Hoard of Forestry
land Agriculture on King street last
' evening, at which a Dullctln man was
I A motion had been put to tho offect
that tho slopes of Funchbowl hill fac-
m.-rMcKlnlcy Memorial Com- ing tho harbor bo beautified by tho
Want Man To Take Up
AZORES MISSION WILL BE DELAYED
Since Secretary Atkinson Is return
Ing to Hawaii to relieve Governor Car
ter of official duties during his slcknesj
nnd recuperation, tho mission to the
Azores In carch of Portuguese agrlcul
til nil families for immigration here wll
Lo for a llttlo whllo delayed.
When Secretary Atkinson rcccneu
word of the serious Illness of Ooernor
Carter ho was preparing to start for
Azores on tho mission authorized by
Territorial Hoard of Immigration wa
teen by a llullctln reporter this morn
ing. "Tho Portuguese Immigration busi
ness will necessarily be delayed boiuo
wbat," he Bald, "for no definite, action
in regard to appointing a man In Mr
Atkinson's place, to carry forward the
work Is likely to be taken until Mr.
Atkinson's return here. Upon his ar
rival In Honolulu wo will learn Jus)
how much ho has accomplished In the
Return At Once and Robinson's
(Anoclaled Prat Special Cable I
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. Secretary Atkinson has Informed the President
cf Governor Carter's Illness and will return to Honolulu Immediately.
Judge Robinson will be reappointed to the Circuit Bench.
WAIVE EIGHT-HOUR LAW.
(Attoclatei I'ren Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. The House has waived the eight-hour law for
the Canal Strip.
the Board of Immigration. He bad al-1 preliminary work and then another
ready been looking up tno matter of ' ' "" --m i" "ku up iuo iuib
the transportation of tho Immigrants where ho left tt.
In New York. In this city, the Hoard "Thero will bo a meeting of tbo
of Immigration is not likely to tako I Hoard of Immigration early in tha
any dcflnlto notion in regard to ha lug! week nnd It will then bo determined
. t. ii t- . .. tint In Ar nAmllnn (tlrlnenn'a mhirn
ma immigration worn uiKen up wiitru "k " ...... u ........uu .........
Atkinson must leave It, until the Sec- "Of courso thero will ho no more do
rctary arrlcs homo on the !th of Kcb-'lny than Is absolutely necessary In tho
mary, the day of the Alameda's ex-' mnltcr of getting a man to go on with
netted nrrhnl. Then it is nrobablc tho work, Mr. Atkinson will probably
that n man will bo appointed to take havo to romaln at homo for several
Atkinson's placo In tho Immigration tnonins nnu n woum noi no 10 uciay
business. tho Immigration business until ho was
Commissioner J. P. Cooke of tho freo again."
ALL SURVIVORS REACHED.
(Atsoclaled Vrets Sptclal Cable)
VICTORIA, B, C, Jan. 27. No more have been saved from the Valencia
JAPAN AND ITALY.
vw " .... i . . n . n..l a nlnnl nn rt tim. nrt rv llllnn a
1 unuerniauu irih.n .i.,i iu mi fimM
2:15 p. m. Matineo at tho orpneum ", " " .V . li. """," ""-j
theater "The Black Hand." ' J1',0, ""ect that tho plants would bo
2:30 p. m. Hawaiian band at the "tailed when water was available. It
baseball park at football games. tas tho general thought of tbo meet-
2:30 p. m. Football at tho baseball IfcB that It would bo unnecessary to
park: runahous vs. Diamond Heads.walt until tho city cou M put water up
a;3n ii tn Vnnllinll nt tho lmaplinll On thO BldO Of thO OXtlnCt CrfttCr. If
fact, although he knows that Atkinson
was to bo Informed of his physical
condition. This seemed to pleaso him.
"Tho matter of a needed recupera
tion on tho part of the Governor has
been discussed and It Is Dr. Judd's
opinion that, when he Is able, tho Gov
ernor should tako an absolute rest.
Whether this means his going some
where Into the country or taking a sea
voyage has not beon settlod.
"It will bo necessary that tho Gov
ernor havo several months' rest after
recovering from tho fover from which
ho is now suffering."
Atked ns to whether any cable had
been received directed to tho Governor
In refcrenco to tho Circuit Court
Judgeship, Mr. Judd stated that noth
ing of tho kind was allowed to rccclvo
tho Governor's attention.
In a word, it is given out that Gov
ernor Carter Is a very sick man at pres
ent, that his doctor Is not qulto cer
tain what Is tho matter with him, that
It will be Imposslblo for him to at
once resume tho reins of government
upon his recovering from the fever,
that n long period of rest and recuper
ation will be absolutely necessary and
that tho presence of tho Secretary In
this Territory to look after affairs is
necessary and that ho Is now on bis I
park: Y. M. C. A. vs. Mallcs. i me pianiB wero csinuusneu ai onco
7:30 p. m. Gospel Mission, Mrs. S. "cy woum gei iuu uuuvui oi mu uui
B. Damon, No. 17 Waverley Block, nice 0f tho rainy season and artificial
Hotel street. I watering would bo superfluous, It was
7.30 j. in'. Salvation Army. Thco- then that Kldwell aroso nnd declared
fioro Richards talk on "A Great Dcllv- that ho would not havo tho world at
erance." largo Imagine for a moment that ho
7: 3D p. m. Wm. McKlnley. K. of P. lent his approval to any Buch proposi-
8:15 p. m. "The Black Hand," great Hon. Ho wanted to havo irrigation
melodrama, at Orpbcum theater. I provided for or not havo anything to
Today Is tho anniversary of the do with tho matter. Mr. Kldwell ad
birth of Umpcror William of Germany, dressed tho reporter present. "If this
No official celebration on nccount of motion Is going to bo carried," ho said,
the recent death of German Consul II. i "I wish to ask tho reporter present to
Alexander Isenberg. ' mnlco my position In tho matter very
Tomorrow there will bo a tournament clear. I don't want to havo anything
for the Halelwn golf cup at Halelwa, lo do with any such crazy Idea."
Walalua. The All-Portuguese team nnd "Has Mr. Kldwell any right to ad
the Tenth Infantry will play baseball dross tho reporter at this meeting!"
at Kaplolant park. Tho Hawaiian band asked Secretary Hosmcr. "Should ho
gives a public concert at tho Capitol cot address tho Chair?
grounds at 3 o'clock.
S. U. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices in tho Boston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telcphono Main 192.
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
Tha next nonilnnment of tha Tranle
I Fruit Co.'a selected nlneanDles will no
Asked If there was anything in tho forward to the Coast per S. 8. Sonoma
talk of Governor Carter's resigning January 30th. Leave orders at Wells
the Governorship, Mr. Judd declared Fargo office, King 8L
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Tho Chair. Mr. A. F. Griffiths, sig
nified that Mr. Kldwell should address
"I'm not awaro that anybody Invited
tho reporter to bo present, anyhow,"
said Hosmcr, rising.
Nobody admitted Inviting tho re
porter. Mr. Hosmer stepped asldo
(Continued on Page 4.)
A Hawaiian boy of HUo Is the hero
of a Btlrrlne Btory which Ailcllno
Knapp, tho well-known California writ
er, contributes to The Youth's Com
panion of January 18. Tho scene of
the story Is HUo harbor on a morning
when a steamer loaded with gasollno
and oil caught flro and ran amuck
among tho anchored shipping.
The steamer Kn An Hon got In at
midnight from Hawaii with a full car
go She brought 3100 bags of augur
consigned to CaBtle & Cooke, and 300
bags of rice for navies & Co Also 100
ar wheels for tho Honolulu Iron
Stowaways Mauna Kea Car Hurts
(At)ocMcd i'rc Spfclol Cable)
TOKIO, Jan. 27. The Legation of Rome will be made an Embassy,
liter Uchlda, at Pekin, will be made Ambassador to Italy.
DR. LEGGO WINS HANDICAP.
(Attociatcd i'ren Special Cable)
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27. The Burns Handicap was run today In
2:05 1-4. Dr. Leggo was first; Red Leaf second, and Proper third.
FIRE AND BLOOD IN RUSSIA.
GOMES, Russia, Jan. 27. This town Is burning and street flghtlnglhasl,'
aHHrl hA.pn. tha ruolt JT' fl.
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8AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 26 SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.505c,
or $70.10 per ton. Previous quotation, 3.51 cents.
Thirty-six stowaways from the Phil- "A terrific kona storm circled tho
ipplnes and Japan were left In Hono- base of Maunakca last week," said
lulu by tho transport Logan With ono ehailes Frazlcr of tbo Pioneer Advcr-
(XU'illon, all claimed to Do Atuei leans. t8ng Company this morning, Just ro-
The eveptlon wan n rngllnhmin who turned from a business nnd plcasuio
got aboard tho L'mle Sum boat at Na- lr,, t0 ti,0 ,anj of Hawaii. "The
Kikukl. Tho men we'o illuoercd ono pc0pio up thero dcclaro that it was n
by ono until tho total icuih thirty-six hurricane."
In all Every day during tho voyago "Why, tho forco of tbo wind wns bo
newly a now man or two cr three would reat that houses wero unroofed and
kOUw to light. When the Losau arrhed mouses wero blown down,
he c il wero put olT V one. ..T,0 grcat koa fore8t Lack of Hllo
The authorities Immediately made u tfferC(I ,,erhaps moro than any other
protest against the action of the trans- ,ecton. Thousands of Bplcndld trees
port pcoplo but without a all. The lm- wt,r0 upr00tcd by tho wind nnd Im
migration officials wero appealed to but mcnso dnmag0 wag ione.
after an investigation they found they ,.0n sllIiraan'a ranch tho roofs
were powerless as the men. thirty-live wcro takcn clcan off tno nnQh houses,
of them, were c tlzens of the United , m Iacc8 fcnce. for a long dlB.
States and traveling from one Amerl- anco w' Wown ,jown
can port lo another. The Lngllshman ..Thcro was aB0 considerable dam-
wo. urremcu ywiwuay "" tg0 dono on tho Parker ranch,
quest of the Immigration officials waj , At Car, wldoman.g plac0 ln
H flno largo trco was relied by tno
winds, was uprooted. It Blood near
tho house. Another large treo fell on
a cottage, breaking tho building In
two. Fortunately, tho Hawaiian man
nd his wife, who rcsldo there, were
returned lo the boat. Within nn hour
he wns un shore again, and further
more he is still here. He snjs he is
greatly fascinated with Honolulu.
Threo of the stowaways were sailors
from tho barkcntlne Olgcr, wrecked ln
urieiuui nuicia ouwu i.iuu ub.,. iq !, t , llmo
hnd gone to Munlla and being unnblo ".;.,, ,h; " nr0n.i Maunakca
to get a vessel out of there to suit them . A 'i,,11! 'a hnuso bo
decided to leave on the transport, "a STo natWes in Wafmea was o
la stowaway." Tho others represent an1015,J , ..wt
discharged soldiers who had remained , "turned, but no one was hurt.
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tnllnn in tlm Qlntnu frnm ilia lint, aril '
George D. Gir has opened .kw of-
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Every Institution, financial or other
wise, has Its fundamental principles-
rules that guide Its destinies for weal
A trust company is no exception.
Our principle Is our platform, our plat
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Honor, Dignity, Chastity, the ruling
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Trust Co., Ud
Fori Street, Honolulu
..i ,., of on .!.,. riminnu nMin Geo In tlio rooms formerly occuvled
tlons'of many dlUcrcnt klndB, amons T Mr. Justlco Ilatuh on Koahumojiu
them being moro than one or two beach- street.
It Is customary In the transport ser
vlco to put the stow aw aj a In Irons and
icturn them to the I'laco from which
thoy had started on the unpaid ride.
The Iognn officers discussed the Idea
of taklnt; tho thlrtj six men back to
tho Orient after haWng them to San
Francisco for teveral weeks. The prop
osition was abandoned as coon as tho
amount of grub the men would con
fcuino was figured up, to say nothing of
the bother and worry.
So Honolulu gets the benefit of thlr-
ty-Blx Btrong, healthy men, all who
lovo to wander, trael and havo a good
time. There was not moro than a few
dollars, It that much, In the wholo
bunch. Howeer, they were glad to LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
t'et off here, but as a general rule many
of them wcro disappointed; they had
booked, or rather figured on, sailing in
to the Golden Gate on ono of Undo
Bain's elegant transports. Hut they
wero mistaken unfortunately for Ho.
I If II 1 1 III
collar bone, whllo Mrs. Kahakuakal
had her arm thrown out of Joint and
her faco bruised. Ilotli the old ladles
tuff trod severely from the shock. Thoy
arc now at Washington placo being at
tended by Dr. Wayson.
Manager Dallentync, when scon to
day, gavo tho following version of tha
! affair: "Tho car and the buggy wero
both coming Into town. The carriage
was well on tbo mauka side of tho
track, well clear of tho car. about
1 tight to ten foct awuy from tbo track.
I Tho car was proceeding at an ordi
nary rato of speed. When it was
within forty or fifty feet of tho buggy
tho direction of the horse was turned
towards tho track. Tho motorman sawr
I this and rnng his gong, and Instantly
A doplorablo accident In which two applied his brake. Ucforo tho car
vcncrablo Hawaiian ladles. Mrs. Helo- could bo stopped tho buggy was drlvon
luho nnd Mrs. Kahakuakal Kealoba- Balnst luo side of tbo car. Tho front
pauole, narrowly escaped from being '" of the running board struck tho
killed, happened on King street, near Irout wheel, throwing it out. This
(ho Knmchameha Schools, last Thurs- consequently turned tho direction of
day. Tho two old ladles wcro return- Iho rear wheel, which was struck by
Ing from Kalihl to town In a carriage mo running uoaro six 10 cigiu icei
lietonclnir to Oucen Lllluokalanl. when from tho end. Ono of tho ladles, ap-
a Itapld Transit car, coming from be- parcntly tho ono who was driving, waa
hind, struck tho vehicle. Mrs. Hole- inrown oui. one nem on 10 me reius
luhci who was driving, was thrown and was dragged five or six feet. Tho
trom the veblclo to tbo ground, whllo norso, irom mo impaci oi mu Duggy
Kahakuakal was thrown forward on with tho car, becamo frightened (.tho
tho shafts and dragged for somo dls- enr had In tho mcantlmo como to a
tanco beforo sho was also thrown to 'Mop) and dashed across tho street ln
Iho ground. As far as can bo learned front of tho car, striking tho curb on
from tho victims, they heard the car to makal sldo of tho street, whero
coming from behind them, tho gong j tno other lady was thrown out."
being sounded, but wero unablo to getf Hallentyno Btated that ho had gath
out of its way beforo their carrlago trod tho above facts from disinterest
was struck, owing to Iho presence of.nl passengers on tho car. Ho would
another vehicle. (hot glo out tho name of tbo motor
Mrs. Holcluho sustained a broken nnn or tho number of tbo car
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