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THE BULLETIN IS A HOME PAPER
Vol. XVIII No. 3328
ie pages-Honolulu. TKintrrnm of Hawaii sathkihi makoh id. iuwi-16 pages
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Tug Sent To Search
Where Storm Has Swept
For Overdue Kinross
MAY HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY KONA
A tug has been ordered out In search
or the overduo llrltlsh hark Kinross,
Captain Campling. 53 days out toda
trom Chile nitrate ports for Kahulul.
Alexander ft llnlilwln own the Kin
roKs and (ear that tho vessel may have
Buffered In the Konn storm of a few
ilnyg ago. They belleo that sho must
linvc arrived oil tho Islands about the
time the terrific winds from tho South
west began to churn the seas In these
Since the captain of the Sprcckcls
tug Tearless, which tool; the bark
Fooling Suey to Kahulul, turned In his
lepoit r a howling storm, the owners
(if the Kinross havo been calculating
the Imrk's t'i'p and her chances. They
jesterdny reached the conclusion that
the vcbc1 hnd stuck her nose Into tlio
Kona and got stuck there. The aver
ngc run up from nitrate ports Is of
nbout lt days' duration. Today the
Kinross has been out nearly two
months and some anxiety Is felt as to
her condition. Hho may bavu been par
tlally dismasted, or hnvo lost her rud
der, or have otherwise suffered.
The owners here yesterday sent In
structions by wireless" to Kahulul, or
dering out the tug Leslie Ualdwln In
bcarch of the Kluross. Tho tug has
lelt Kahulul, with a pilot aboard, and
lully equipped with all requirements.
In calm weather she Is powerful
enough to tow tho Kinross, which Is a
vessel of 1,262 Inns.
The Kinross was built In Liverpool
Shumizu Whitdraws Writ
On Hearing Her
HMO I ITO
SPflEAD DY . ,
Kot ester Hosmcr recehed In tho Kl
tiau mall today n brlpf letter from Jas
(llbb. Are warden, manager of Paau
liuu plantation, reporting nn tho forest
fire, to 'he following effect:
The fire reported by wireless, start
cil erl tn the morning of the 7th.
near wheit workm.'ti hnd been burn,
lug hy vines, nbout three miles nbnvo
tho Parker ranch lands. A terrific
Konu gale was blowing all day and
carried the Are to Knlopu gulch. Men
were sent to light tho lire from the
Taauhau planta'lnn and from tho
rnnch. but the heavy winds niado work
The cane fields wero protected by
lire breaks. Hatn kopt tho fire under
conttol during tho night.
Mr. Carter of Walmea reports that
the lire Is out along tho lower sldo.
At present It cannot bo determined
to what extent tho forest has been
On Thin f day a strong galu was still
As toon ai the wind changes, says
Ollili any fire now smouldering can be
controlled. If tho wind continues tn
be as great as It has been, tho fire may
ugaln be heard from. .
Mi ir. field will speak nt th? car
barn se'vlro Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. Come and help, sing.
Laud Commissioner Prat relumed to
I day from Illlo, whero ho went to sct
' tie thfl differences between the Por
tuguese settlement associations, wlilcii
are after land at Hnkalnu, and
tho Territory. It nppcnrs that his mis
slon was successful. ,
Pratt states that ho met rcprcsctitn
, lives of tho Osorlo, Fernandez nnd l.u '
linn associations In Illlo, Thfr claim
of the intending settlers wns that they
were not getting ns favorable n deal
ns was given the Molokans. This was
rlnrlpnlly based on the fact that tho
.uolognns received forty acres per
family, whlla thoy were only to have
about twenty-two nrrcs Prutt showed
thrm that (ho forty Molokan acres only
. nvciugcd about sixteen acres of cane
I land, whllo tho Hakalau lots would
contain about twenty acres of lauj
suitable for cano cultivation each I
Tho matter of tho residence and the
subsequent acquisition of title was also
gons Into Pratt stated that tho Mo
lokans had nursed to rcsldn. on and
cultivate their lands for (He years, in
stead of tho usual three, beforo seek
ing titles, and that If tho Hakututi set-
tlrs would agree to do tho same the
government would gtvo them tbclr
lands nt a valuo proportionately llu
Baino us that placed on tho Molokans'
The representatives of tho associa
tion expressed their satisfaction at
these terms, ulthsvgh they wero not
I authorized by the associations to no
'cent them Tho matter will be laid be
foro tho associations at u meeting
which will bo held tomorrow
Tho prospectho settlers arc now ne
gotiating with the Ilukalau Sugar Co.
on tho matter of cuno contiacts. Tho
matter of tho returns to bo given tho
l settlers for tho cano they delitcr to
(Continued on Page 1.)
The Tenry Wntcrhouse Trust Com
pany received a cnblo yesterday fiom
Mr. Llllenthal of the Anglo-Calirornta
bank in San Francisco asking them to
have automobiles ready to meet Hon,
Jacob Schlff nnd pnfty when they nr
rlifl by the Manchuria Wednesday.
Col. C. W Marfarlane Is accompany
ing Mr Schlff to Honolulu and while
It Is not anticipated that the noted
financier will stop over here Messrs.
Shingle and Campbell of the Henry
Wnterhoiiso Trust Company will do
their utmost to see that he views tho
town under most favorable circum
stances. Autos liac been placed nt
the disposal of the party by Mr. Afong
nnd A. A. Young.
.Mr. SrhllT Is ono of the great Wall
street factors and n man of world-wdc
prominence. It Is tindcistood that he
goes to the Orient to look over condl
lions there as well as to enjoy a brlf
Skating Itlnk. Queen Street.
2: IS p. m. Matinee at the Orphcum:
"Confessions of a Wife."
2:30 p. m. Hawaiian baud at the
football games. I
2:30 p. m. Association football at
the baseball park: Diamond Heads vs.
V. M. C. A. ,
3:30 p. in. lolonls vs. Punahouj,
Association football at the baseball
park. F.nd of the season. No chatge
for ndmis-lon to either game.
7:30 p. m. Wm. McKluley Lnilgf
K. of P.
7:30 p. m. Lcl Aloha Chapter, No. 3,
O. K. S., nt Masonic Temple.
3 p. m. "Love Stronger than Death, '
Mm. -B. K. Damon, at Gospel M.-oto.i,
Fort street, opposite Club Stables.
8 p. m. Solvation Army, Nuunnii
K:l5 p. m. ..Iks' .Minstrels nt the
8:15 p. m. Orphcum theater: "Con
fessions of a Wife."
Music at Skating Itlnk tonight.
9 a. in. and 1:30 p. m. Drawings,
Mnno.i links, for White Itock golf cup
2 p. in. Hawaii Yacht Club's cruise
for Oregon girls leac club house.
! p. m. Chess match, Honolulu
Chess Club, Young hotel. Visitors wel
come. Hawaiian band plays at Kwa.
C p. m. Hawaii Yacht Club's chow
der at Peninsula.
The elaborate habeas corpus pro.
ceedlngs Instituted by Shumizu against
Sasaharn for tho receiving of his adopt
ed daughter, Akaya, learned arguments
by counsel, and strenuous legal con
flicts were nil put to an end this morn
ing by the mere word of the thirteen
year-old Japanese maiden, about uhhin
the whole case was started.
Shumizu adopted Asayo In Japan mid
later on camn v Hawaii with her. A
few days ago the girl went to visit her
natural fnther, Sasaharn. and he kept
her Shumizu then instituted habeas
corpus proceedings against Sas.ih.ii i
tor the lecovery of his ndopted daugh
ter from her lather. It. W. Ilreckoni
appeared for Shiimltu, whllo jmUc
Ocnr represented Sasahara, when the
matter came up before Judge l.lndsaj
Judge (Sear opened the proceedings , r fuctors
with it motion to quash the writ op
several technical grounds which hr;
argued nt length Ilrcckons npposej
Gear with more argument, and the'
Court finally asked counsel to produce
Whllo the attorneys were busy look
Ins up their nuthorltles. Judge I.lndsai
took the mnlden Into his chambers t
find out for himself how she stood In
tho matter. To him tho girl confessm
thai she preferred living with her
lather nnd did not wish to go back to
her adopted parents,
Informed Shumizu of this stnto of nf
fairs. Instead of being Incensed nt
the apparent ungratefulness of lili
Women and Children
Killed In Th
I (A noddle J Prrai - ,il rat.tr
MANILA, P J., March 10. Later report from the fight with the Moras
tUtes that women and children mingled with the Jolo fighters and were
The Hawaiian Sugar Hennery, at
Crockett, California, was successful!;
United this morning. A cable dls
patch was icielved this morning an
pouncing that operations had Just com
"Hennery successfully started today'
were the words of the cablegram.
Six thousand Ions of sugar are al
ready on hand for refining, bavins
been shipped up nt nrlous times Tin
reflnery hns n capacity of ne or sl7
thousand tons of sugar per month
The plant has n capacity of about 4." J
tons per di The bnrkentlne Ar.-hei
reached the coast on February 21 wltt
21,000 sacks of Hnwnllan Biigar. con
signed to the California nnd llawallac
Sugar Iteflnlng Company.
Oeorgo M Holph. for months wlt?i
the firm of Alexander & ll.ildwln of Ho-
tiOlulu. Is mnnnglng the Hawaiian Sug-
ROOSEVELT CONORATULATES WOOD.
WASHINGTON, DC, March 10. President Roosevelt has congratulated
General Wood on the success of the Moro campaign.
BIGAMIST COLLINS GETS FOURTEEN YEARS.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cat., March 10. Attorney George D. Collins, who
was found guilty of bigamy, has been sentenced to serve fourteen years' In
Interests on the mainland
TAFT SAYS IT IS NOT DECIDED.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 10. Secretary Taft stated today that the
President has not decided whom ho will appoint as successor to Associate
GOVERNOR HOGATT OF ALASKA.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 10. Wilfred Hogatt has been appolned Gov
ernor of Alaska. "
Mrs. Alice C Jordan has sent In her
Judge Lindsay i resignation ns n Commissioner of Pub-!
He Instruction to tho Acting Governor
In her letter .Mrs. Jordan states thai
adopted daughter, whom he had given n"er -n years of service on the Hoard
a good education and troatcd well, t!: of Education. It is her wish to yield
adopted father said that he did not or ,10.tio to a pcn)0n of younger
wish to oppose the ghl swish, nnd that I y,a nll( w10 hag more , , ,,.
f sho really picferrod to remain will vote to the duties resulting from It.
her father ho would withdraw his pe- Tu, resignation of Mrs. Jordan cuma
w.?.".??1 ?7alV,l?i Th,g h," '"V" u compute surprise to Sujierlnten
with the consent of his counsel, nnj dent IHbbltt ni.d tlio it oi tne to.,..
the writ was dismissed without further mlssloners. Tho Acting Go.crnor sent
FORM FRENCH MINISTRY.
PARIS, France, March 10. M. Sarrien has undertaken the task of form
ing a new Ministry,
MANY MINERS KILLED.
PARIS. France. March 10. Many miners have been killed In a coil
mine explosion at Oethune.
KILLED IN EARTHQUAKE.
JAHORE, India, March 10. A severe earthquake has visited QotJ.bli
Rampur. Eight are known to have been killed and 26 Injured.
SNAKE AT ZOO
for Uuhbltt this noon to confer with
mm nbout tlio matter.
Atkinson una asked whom he would
appoint us .Mis. Junlnn's successor. IIo
unsv.ered that he had not decided yet.
When asked if It would be u mnii or a
woman, and if there was any rule muk-
A marvelous llzard-snako lias arriv
cA nt tbfi Zoo.
Jmaglno a lizard two feet long and lnr- u neccisnry for two of the mem
six Inches thick with n forked tonguo ll0r r N'0 "oari1 l0 bo la,-.. Atkln
llko n snake Or Imni-ltin n mmi.. " said that lie did not know.
with four feet. The Knlmnkl Zoo's ac
quisition possesses the attributes of
This Is tho nrst wonder of Its kind
tn bo hui;ii in the Hawaiian Islands.
When It gets tired of walking, it
crawls on its liolly
CONCGRT AT ZOO
In Peacock Case
-j " '"Tern
THOUGH PEACOCK REMAINS ON THE PREMISES
The merry war between the Kotli- the corporation.
well and the Peacock factions contln-' Hallou snhl that the matter could not
lie.) today with great str.nuoslty. First 1)0 '"'Jed in n short tlni ns many
. .. .. .. ., , ii. queht Ions were Ino Iveil. The Court
other 1-111 for a temporary Injunction ttno WM ,,lirfcrlllK from tll0 VTeKM
to lestraln Peacock Irom acting ns ,.. r .-.,. ,,..r,hn mrn, ir
of Peacock & Co. This i time Hothwell did not suffer, Peacock 'did
Good Furniture ;!.;
fi Largest Stock In the City -!(
Jj from which to make selections. Ik
J. Hopp & Co.
V "Old Reliable Furniture House." i(!i
li YOUNG D U I L D I N Q . I J
The KASH fbOMPANY, Ltd.
Calls the attention to the Consolidation of its
Stores in the improved and attractive quarters
at the corner of Hotel and Fort streets. The
management takes this opportunity to thank
its many patrons for past favors and cordially
invites them to call at the new store, where
they will always be welcome and find the
largest and best Stock of Clothing and Fur
nishings in the city.
The old Hotel street store is closed and all
business hereafter conducted at the
I FORT STREET STORE.
HOW THE REO WINS
The Rco car, for which so many
good people of Iluwall are contesting.
Is the real thing, for it has been tried
la many contests Itself and never
tound wanting. Ilelow Is a telegram
received by the manufacturers the day
the Hco did things at Pasadena. It Ifc
merely ono of ninnv victories; I
I-os Angeles, Cnllf., Feb. 23, "OC.
Heo Car Co., Lansing, Mich.
Pasudenn Altndena hill climbing con
test yesterday Heo wins four pnssengri
clacs cars costing fifteen hundred or
lees by big margin. Defeats Stevens
Duryea From Miller Humbler P,ulck,
Wayne Rellnnto Franklin Ford Prem-'
ler also wins second In runabout
L. t. 8iir.rn.nR,
I The J. A. IlyntiH. Chicago tourists.
I returned fiom tholr Volcano trip to
dn. importing a glorious time.
The following program of music will
be clvmi liv tin- Ifiiu-iillinn (il..n r'luii manager
It Is also endowed m ihn u'nimnvi 'Am snn.if.i- -iinP,iiU, tho torporntlon was made n petitioner , .. .,.... , .,',.. .,, . ,. ....
with tho color-changing tricks of a .Match 11, from 2 to 5 p m ' i by vlrtuo of a resolution passed yestor- nrotpctod '
chameleon. It eats mosquitoes, flies,. Murch-Hiippy Hauull (new) day afternoon by the Gnrvlo lioard of nreckoiis suggested If the de.
poanuts. eggs, lettuto and cheese, S- K Nnnoa! directors. The petition mndc the samo cl,on w, ,n fnor of .eacock
, ; , I (A responso to Happy Heinle.) .showing ns the one brought by Hotli- how woul ,,, bond ,, , a u
Under foreclosure of mortgoge, nt Selection-Waiting ,cvnn I well yesterdny, which was knocked out wnj sKDed by the corporation ns rcn-
....b--..- ......i.uii ilium, uu ivujiiii- cin-viiuii uui iiaiuiu ion . . . . u. JNUiie -"" ..-..- -- ... u rescniMi uv 1110 uarvio side.
manu street, at noon today, the fof-, March Happy Helnlo (new). ..I.ampe,lmrl' I'-nlntlfT.
lowing soles occurred. Kalanl
others to C. II. Dwlght, assignee. 10
acres nt Makawao, Maul, sold to Hale
nknlau ranch for $200; 4-11 acre, Ka
llhl, unimproved, sold to Kllen Dwlght,
guardian, for $220.
and Selection In My Merry Oldsmobile
Selection Maid of Honolulu ,
Waterhouss Trust Co,. Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Srokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Tefephone Exchange No;M4.
The C W. Chaplns last evening gave
a dinner nt the Moana hotel, tho fol
lowing being present: MrB, dipt In
Tilt, mnttfir an f,i tlm lunflnA rt n '
temporary injunction order was argued L
before Judge Lindsay, Ashford argued ;
that to grant such an order would be '
to deprive tlio Peacock sldo of the
rights It had acquired under the dccl-
"Ion In the caso of Peacock vs. Uarvio,
Hallou said It was signed by Roth-
(Continued on Page 4.)
'iiKF-jwr S S S S -5H2-55C
to rent a box In our safe-deposll W
vault. The cost Is very nominal i
85 PER YEAR AND UP, $
and you may rest assured thai U
your valuables, once Installed"
therein, are as safe as they canjjj
possibly be. r
OF NBW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860
Coroner Knlnklela Is this afternoon
whereby Peacock wob declared to bo holding an inquest us to the death of
the president of the corporation. Theiu Chlng Keng In Knllhl Friday morning.
gram. Mr Fuller. Miss Om'sted idyiWaH no hurry with the matter, as there Halemunu, n Hawaii, being charged
Van VIelt, Capt Ingram, Sirs Church, would bo hut little time for buslnesa with his murder. It Is said Helemunu
Mr J.ewto'n, Miss Forman Mr Church' oefure Monday ut 10 n. ni., when Pea-, Uruck Chlng Heng with his fist. Mc
Mrs. Van VIelt ' ', cock u answer to the petition for a tern- Cnndlcss. the painter, testifies thnt he
Horary Injunction would bo ready, cay tho Hawaiian's hund raised, but
i "VYu ought to be given an onnnrlun. did not see him strike Some doien
Hy tn show that theso people, who nro witnesses, Including the wldow-brlde
parading us tho corporation, nro not f Chlng Keng. nre to bo heard,
thu corporation," said Ashfonl. "but '
hat we nre the' roriKiratlon, and thoy ARRIVED,
hnvo klnlen our livery." I
Urcckous added that the people who I Saturday March 10.
were now urguing against tho Issuance I O -A S S t'o'sstmr Aorangl. Phil-
of a temporary Injunct'on were the pits fiom VI. torln fgor Sydney. (Oft
In the reoent insurance investigntion
no company passed a better ex
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