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Vol. XVIII No 3325
HONOLULU, TKKKITOUT OP HAWAII. WJ2DNK8DAY MAltOH 7. L90IJ
PltlOH 5 0KNT8
Oarvie Calls On Court To Remove Peacock:
Confirmed By Senate
MEN 8HOCKED AT
. PERKINS CABLES THE WELCOME NEWS
The long-expected news of the con
firmation by the Scnnto of Judge- Rob
inson's nomlnntlon for reappointment
to the Circuit bench waa finally re
ceived this morning by the Judge In
the form of the following cablegram
from Senator Perkins In Washington.
"N'onflnatlon confirmed Tuesday.
"I c-xpect that my commission will
lie alsned today, sold Judge Robin-
Ron And I also expect that the Attor- Thnro was a distinct tono of sorrow
ney General will ndvlso mo to take tho ovrr tho olUce of tho Public Works De
oath of office. Immediately. Somo time partment today, tho sudden death of
ngo Acting Governor Atkinson cabled Cblct Clerk White bolng deeply felt by
to the Attorney General lit Washington all thoso who had come In closo con
nihlalns him of tho urgent need of an. tact with him In their dally work, and
other Judge as soon as possible, nnd who had learned to appreciate his
I understand that tho Attorney Gen- kindly and genial disposition,
eral replied that he would cable my Superintendent Hollow ay expressed
confirmation to me when It came nnd hla deep regret at tho loss of his val
wonlil Instruct mo to take ofllce right uod assistant, whom, ho said, it would
tin ay. lio a very hard matter to replace
"Since then, qulto recently, I sent a Hnlloway Btatcd further that ho had
cablegram to. Delegate Kalanlanaole not ns yet given tho matter of tho ap
tclllng him of tho congested state of polntment of Whlto'a successor any
the calendar, and the need of another thouEht, and had bad no applications dr
judg to relievo tho situation as soon suggestions on tho subject.
na possible, to It is probablo thnt me Too well known integrity or tno late
The prevailing storm from the south
well may develop into n good-sized
Kona and the strenuous weather of the
rjli'.dle of January may bo repeated,
ay Director A. McC Ashley of tho
U. E. Weather Ilurcnu here. Tho pro
limlnarles now aro Identical with tho
beginnings of the last big storm.
Yesterday nttcrnoon there wns pro
ir.lse of something coming In the way
of heavy weather. The barometer took
n tumblo and went below tho usual af-tt-rnoon
minimum very appreciably. At
11 (.'clock last night the rain began to
full nnd has been falling ever Rlnce In
spasms, rather short than long.
Shortly after 8 o'clock this morning
tho velocity of the wind from tho
southwest, registered between thirty
cirht and forty miles to tho hour. Sine
that timo tho speed has been reduced
end Is now- ranging from 24 to 28 miles
rtn hour. Thirty-eight and forty miles
an hour Is rapid for thoso parts and
the forco of the wind was felt along
the coast this morning, particularly
by somo two dozen Japancso fishermen
who were out all night off Walanao in
their small boats,
ion To Oust
Peacock As Manager
TEMPORARY WRIT MAY ISSUE
This afternoon tho Ganlc faction In big safe and rtothwell for one. hns the
combination of tho safe The safe was
closed and Pcicock could not open II.
A big special gunrdlan stood behind
the rnll nnd when questioned, stated
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 7. The President has signed the Joint
Resolution Instructing that a thorough Inquiry be made Into railroad discrim
ination and the monopolies of oil and coal.
MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP WINS.
Delegate will also call tho Attorney- chief clerk and his accuracy as an ac-
General's attention to. the matter." countant was demonstrated thla morn. 18 o'clock this morning tho rainfall reg-
Judge Robinson also commented on lug when his safe at the Public Works i lstcj ed 10-100 of an Inch, and between
the peculiar wording of the cablegram omco was opened. He left tho ofllco 8 o'clock this morning and noon the
from Perkins, which says "Tuesday," last night expecting to return. It. fall was 17-100 of an Inch 27-100 of an
'while, as It was sent from Washington would not have been surprising had
this morning the word "yesterday" thnro been some! detail left over to the
nhnuld have been moro probable. On next day. This, however, was not
tne other hand It Is probable that Per- Whlto'a way.
kins named tho day In order to gho When Superintendent Holloway op
greater certainty. Thero can be no enrd tho safe ho had tho Territorial
doubt but that yesterday was meant. Auditor check up tho balances and
The new of the rc-appolntmcnt was found everything exact to tho penny.
rrcMted with much satisfaction about During yesterday Mr. Whlto bad taken
the courts, but there was no show of n otcr $3,000. which had to do with
surprise, as tho re-appolntment, In eix different funds. It wag all done ac
spite of the forty-four days' delay curatoly and when ho finished his
which has tianiplred since Judge Rob- work for tho day thero was nothing
Inson went out of office, has been con- that needed explanation,
hldcred assured As soon as the Judge t xho high esteem In which Mr. Whlto
takes his oath of office, which he will Was hold was brought out In remarks
probably do tomorrow. Judg Lindsay made throughout the business commu
will assign the criminal calendar to njty. Ho was an honest man and unl
him, nnd the Circuit Court will again serially respected.
ue uuie io inuKO acuuwuy ukuiubi w1q
rapidly accumulating cases.
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W. A. Dowcn will address tho Thurs
lay Club at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow
evening at 7: IS. Subject, "Tho Choice
of a Life Work." Let us know If you
are ablo to tako dinner with us.
The little Island schooner Rob Roy,
which reached port this forenoon, Just I
ns tne Alameda was getting away ir
the Coast, reports sighting, between
Pearl Harbor and Honolulu, a Japan
cso sampan, bottom up.
This Is probobly one of the fishing
boats lost off Walanao In the storm.
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are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths aro used which wilt 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 tasta, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
the I'catock-Gnnle case was busy pre
paring n petition for an Injunction to
restrain Peacock from acting as man
ager of Pencock & Co. Peacock look iUnt he was Peacock's executive officer,
posiesslon ns manager today, claiming' wno Peacock wns captain. Ho said
n right to hold that position by virtue ,e would run the ship nshore If Ui4
of being elected ns such by a meeting of captain gave the orders Men of tho
directors, namciy, i-eacocK, i. . ijns- other forces were also on tho Inside of
Ing and Ilrown, which took place nt I ttio rails ollth parties mingled anil
Urown'a residence Inst November, In nlfro ns n certain good naturo pre-
tho meantime J. G, Ilothwoll also vailing.
claims to bo'mannger, nnd tho petition About one o'clock everybody had
for nn injunction shows that Peacock's his lunch sent In from nearby rcstau
dlrectors' meeting was void, as T. P. rants. No one would lcvo tho store.
Inslng wns not a director at tho time peacock sent to the Grill for a tender
It took place. This contention Is sup- 0n Bd fried onions,
ported by n sworn statement shown to Meanwhile the)nwycrs on both sides
have been made by Peacock to the aro trying to straighten the matter
stockholders. .stating that there were out,
only four directors and naming thrs( peacock claims to be manager and
Lansing's name not being mentioned president. In September last A.
Poacock'a taking Ihe position a;Garvlo was elected president of the
manager docs not seem to be directly concern Tho Court tho other
connected with the recent decision by' dny dcclnred this election Irregular.
Judge Lindsay, by which Peacock waa Another meeting was held Inst Friday
reinstated as president of tho corpor-' and Gnrvlo wns again elected president.
ntlon. The InltinCtlOn proceedings are rtntliunll rpnrnl Ihn rinriln fnrtlnn
Ilctw.ecn 8 o'clock last evening nnd, not directed against Peacock as presl- and la endeavoring to malntalrt.cliargo
cent, uut merely as manager, u is of affairs. They aro not talking for
understood that steps to remove him as publication.
nresldent will be taken later, but thai ...... .i, ..... ,.i.,... .....
Oarvie faction does not d:n thla mat- of PeJcock & Co, last November." aald
ter to be of as great Immedlato Import-., ,.. ,.i,..j i. .... ... ..
anco ns thnt concerning the manager-' ',,' ccn ., WBa 0UItC(, from ,',;
,1MI.- I nlaco bv force, but bided his ttmo tin-
SEATTLE, Wash., March 7. Judge Monroe, the Municipal Ownership
candidate for Mayor, has been elected by a majority of 15 votesi The Re
publican candidate Is defeated.
Inch alnco 8 o'clock last evening. So
there has' been no particular rainfall,
It can be seen that there was 7-10 as
much morn rain between 8 and '12
o'clock today, as thero was for the
twelvo preceding hours. There la like
ly to bo moro rain. At 11: 2D this
morning there wcro three minutes of
ery heavy rain. Since, last evening
tho fall has been In showers, moro or
loss, henvy Tho steady, heavy rain
that will como If the threatened Konn
storm matures, hns not started in.
Shortly after noon tho sun sbono
foit'i and tho heavens were all smiles.
Tho n Ind freshened up a bit, however.
Thlft morning the sea was very rough
and tho S, S. Alameda felt tho storm
In making her getaway for San Fran-clam
Two dozen Japanese fishermen had
n lively experience oft Wulanae last.
night and this morning. They were
out all night In their sampans and felt
the strength of the heavy seas and
strong wind prevailing.
Tbe storm came on last evening,
from the southwest, and some of tin
fishermen at once put back for shore.
Others, who waited too long, found
A special meeting of Oceanic Lodge
No. 371 P. '& A. M will bo held in tho
Masonic Temple at 3 o clock tomorrow
'Ihursday, afternoon, to conduct tho
funeral of our late Iliother C. M.
White, Past Muster
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No, 21,
Lodge Pacific and visiting Masons arc
Intlted to attenw
A stare of armed neutrality exists In
111 tha recent decision by Judge I.lnd
ho wholesale liquor establishment o f y , k hg nn(, ng ow) f(
w. v. i-eacocK w on " eclved him, Last Saturday tho other
jtrest and It Is all oer the dispute as W(, hc(, R prctcn(lcil cecon cail.
... X ..i ii .. ... .... by tho same man who cnlled tho
W. C Peacock walked Into the store ,' Wnlt nl whch Ganlo am,
this morning, followed by a strong ,. . . ,. '. w ,,,, ,.
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(leers in the same manner as formerly.
In tho meantime we think we aro
right, and wo shall continue to hold
nnnnaalnn until ft WA miBlfAfl 111 f 1 I A
guard, and penetrated beyond tha
breastworks, In tho shapo of tho coun
ter, and sat himself down In the man
Attorney Molt-Smlth Is preparing to
secure a writ of injunction
I.ovo will find a way to the altar, but
the old man often has to And u way to
The books were In tho keep the lovers,
and business friends, remained within
tho fore nevertheless, someone re
marked, on seeing Peacock In tho of
fice nnd oRthwell outside tho rail lu
the sales department, that Peacock had
captured tho books whllo RothweJl
held, the "booze," Uut this was not cx-
amy ine case.
OPPOSE AUSTRIAN ALLIANCE.
BELGRADE, Servla, March 7. The Servian Cabinet has resigned be
cause It Is opposed to the Austrian alliance.
PRINCESS ENA A CATHOLIC.
SAN 8EOASTIAN, Spain, March 7. The Princess Ena, who Is betroth-
to tho King of Spain, has Joined the Catholic Church.
GENERAL SCHOFIELD OURIED. ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 7. The late. General Schofietd was bur
led today at Arlington Cemetery.
QUIET IN CHINA.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 7. Reports to the State Department from
China are to the effect that the situation Is quiet.
ONLY A FEW RUSIAN VOTERS.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 7. The complete list of voters undsr
the new form of government shows a total of 143,194.
SAN FRANCI8CO, March G. SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.4375
tents., or $68.75 per ton. Previous qu-latlon, 3.39 cents, or $67-80 per ton.
BEETS 88 analysis, 8s 2 14d. Parity, 3.70 cents. Previous quotation,
8a 3 3-4d.
Says School Children
To Advertise Hawaii
that tho sea rose nnd the wind In- of them fell exhausted and were taken
creased ery much to their dlscom- homo by their friends and there re
fort, stored. According to last reports a
The wind wns blowing nearly forty search Is still being mado for the
mllea an hour this morning nnd some three missing Japanese,
of tho bonts found great difficulty In
reaching the shore. Three sampau County Auditor Illcknell has held
n.Mnr i:it uir iwamneil and ns UP 1634.05 appropriated by the Hoard
many men aro raid to bo missing. The of Supervisors last evening for tte. Vcrtlalntr of States In tho ultl way tvaa autoi, etc,
ier nr tn nnnii wprn wurKL-u id ou.t'iy iuohikhuihij . ,.h.,.uu.., ,,.., .--
An Interesting feature of the meet- things should be broadly adcrtlsel.
Ing of tho Promotion Committee yes- She suggested thnt tho Natlonnl Edl-
,..., ...!. iir n iiuh torlnl Association bo Invited to con-
Icrday was an Informal talk on Hawaii . . . . .
against anil promotion work given by Mrs. E. t-nitnt. Mrs. Wcntherrcd had been a
'T H'nfitlifrr.1 uhn Is rhnnerunlnc tho tii.imlmr nf thn nvornflv.. rnmniltlna nf
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lamMis Oregon girls. thnt organization for many yara.
Mrs. Wcatlicrrcd Bald that she waa Oregon bad fallen behind California
Interested In promotion work, with becauso It had expected to havo re
which sho had had much to do lu Ore- suits como Immediately Instead of
ffton. Sho belonged to a woman's club, waiting. Another thing waa that at
not ono of the old Mud which fought. World a Fairs people were prone to
but une which worked. This club had exhibit very primitive things. Instead
dlffeicnt 'departments, which took up Ihey should send tho best they had.
varlrus branches of work, such as civ- Hawaii should be congratulated for
Ic Improvements, free libraries, etc. hating done so. The progressive side
Mrs. Wcathcrred had four times been, should always bo represented, becauso
sent by tho Stato to World's Fairs, and tho wealthy American tourist did not
sho had always been able to bring like to go whero things were too prim
about results, Sho had found that ad- Itlvc. They wauled good hotels, roads.
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by their crews, ono man swimming Ing on the adv co ol the County Attor- . . tt wnv thnt neonlo did not notice do much to advertise Hawaii. The
ushorc. finding It Impossible to man- ney. penning ino uuting , wle bhiw (to advertising ldo of It. Tho Tcrrt- children in tho Western States, to
ngc his craft. PKf the tountys ngni io so nppropri
A big crowd collected along tho ate to the Supreme Court,
bench nt Wnlanae. watching the licrll s
of the fishermen. As tho fishermen A yacht, adrift In tho harbor, hni ., tn0 uest 0f them
succeeded In making tho beach many been found See nd. this Issue
tory here could deliver the goods; It whom Mrs, Wcathcrred had often
had enormous opportunities and the talked, wrote Icttters which wore sent
Promotion Committee, was fast mak- to different schools far away, No less
She had often than 10,000 letters were thus Kent out
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I moonshine), it nlso had Ihe bread and could wrlto about sugar woods, etc.,
I butter side of life. etc., nnd their letters would find their
lira Wcathorrod had been much way io newspapers, nnd would bo read
Riirpilsed to find Instead-of a little vll nnd published becauso It waa known
lingo, as she had cxpuctcd, that Houo- thnt thesa letters wvru not nctuated
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