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Vol. X"V1II No 3500
HONOLULU. TKURTTORI OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 190U
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LEADING PLANTERS DECLARE
i ' WIFE Kill IS otHD 10 SERVE
SIX YEARS IN PRISON 1 T HARD lAit
Deputy Attorney General
Prosser Waxes Very
M . f. ; i
W. T. RAWLINS COMPLIMENTED
BY COURT FOR GOOD WORK
DONE BY. HIM FOR
"I have come Into court this morn
ing to listen with curliwlty to the sen
tence which the court will impose upon
u man who bout his wife In ilenth.
Ills crime seems to be mlllgutod alone
by the fact that he simply ktlleil it
The above remarks were mnilo by
Deputy Attorney (leueral Prosser thin
morning In his mlilress to Judge De
Dolt Just before the latter sentenced
(leurge Walnee to six years' Imprison
ment nt hard labur In Onhu Jul! fur the
irlmo of manslaughter In the second
When the court was opened this
mnrnliiK Judge Kingsbury addressed
the rourt In behulf of his client, say
ing that he had not meant hi Jils argu
ment of Monday to criticize the Judi
ciary of the Territory, as he bad al
ways found that In a' Territory the
Judged were n b''!teinndi-moro general
ly ri'HlH'cieii viuhb in meii muu in
Ho also disclaimed the casting
nf ally reflections on (lovernor Carter,
ine irrasurer, or uie j.aiiii kiiiiiiuh
cloner. Ho stated! that he hud been
misunderstood in these matters and
.that bo wished to have It known thai
he, when speaking of (lovernor Carter
as "bigger 'n ol grunt." hud referred
to an old story In which a member of
the lower house of CongiesH had made cuce, but that V. M. Hatch had uccepU
this declaration concerning himself. . ed that position. Ho recommended that
Ho went on to suy that In tho case ol portraits be secured of nil the presl
his client It was evident that the Jury dents of the Chamber to decorate tho
had meant, following tho Instructions quarters, with. Ho had already written
of the court, to give a verdict of man- to Chasi II, Illshop in San Francisco
slaughter with the lightest possible for his. '
penalty attached. The setting of the J, V, Morgan reported that the mem
verdlit nt the fecund degree mid the bershlp Committee hud approved of tho
lecoihniendallon to Hie mercy of the names of A, 8. Wilcox, (1. P. Castle", Ii.
i on it showed this. . I H, Woodhouse and (1, N. Wilcox. Onf
Deputy Attorney "General Prober ballot was cast for all of them, and all
minle a very short address, lie said: weie elected.
"I have listened with Interest to tlio V. M. Hatch wroto that he would do
words from my worthy opponent and all he could to expedite the construe
ns being In the 'Attorney fleneral's De- tlon of the Makapuu lighthouse,
pnrtmcut, I represent the various other' The I.lghthouso Hoard at Washing
department of the ITcrrltorlal udmlnls- ton wrote that while It could only act
trillion to a certain, degreo, I think 1 ccordlng to the law it would se to It
run hay that th (lovernor will bo very that a temporary light was placed at
glad to know that he Is no longer Makapuu. '
under the disapproval of Judge Kings-1 Captain Slattcry reported that he had
bury, ami 1 believe that I can say the altered his recommendation for 4
Mine thing In regard lo the Treasurer fourth order light at Molokal to on
mill the 1-and Commissioner. for u first order light. This should 11
' "In regard to the case Itself, I 'havr located at tho Settlement,
iiimo Into court this morning to listen I a. P, Mclellan wrote calling ntten
wlth curiosity lo the' sentence whlcu tlln to the same matter. All these let
tho court will-Impose, on a mini who tcrs were accepted 'and filed,
beat Ills wife to death. There have Secretary Wood wrote asking for a
been so ninny of these cases where men leave of absence, which was granted,
have killed sometimes their wives, or and It wus moved that Mr, Pctrle shouU
limy be their wives and. their mothers- act In his place, Mr. Wood's report
In-law and still have escaped their Just was referred to by (llffard. but as all
fate that the matter Is an. Interesting the members hod received c6ples, it
tvrml llulics fiirMen
MADE. IN NEW YORK
t Juiitfi'ie,ri if&y
I one. In the case of the defendant the
crime seems to be mitigated alone by
the fact that he simply killed a wo
"That there should have been a ver
dict of murder In the first degree Is
very strongly my opinion and 1 am
only sorry that the court cannot give
the prisoner a longer sentence than the
maximum provided by the verdict of
Judge De Ddlt In delivering tlio sen
"I wish first to express my apprecia
tion for the manner In which this case
ban been conducted both by the prose
cution and the defense. Judge Kings
bury and Mr, Anderson were appointed
by the court to take charge of the case
and Attorney Hnwllns camo In later.
Without any disparagement to cither
(Continued on Papa 3)
Some Want Lighthouse
Point Cut Out
Tho trustees of tho Chamber of Com
merce met thl afternoon at 2 o'clock,
those present being W. M. Ulffard, A.
Uurvle, ti. W. Smith, J. K. Morgan, K
K. Paxton,.J. R. Ualt, W. A. Ilower)
1 T. Peck and K. I. Spalding. Olf
fard was In the chair, while Uarvlo wu
chosen to act as iiecrclury In the alt
kence of II. P. Wood.
Secretary Wood reported that I'. I..
Jones had declined to act as the Cham-
bcr's delegate to the Mohonk Confer-
We Have The
In clothe to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothes are sold nowadaya,
there la no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNEP FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
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McCLANAHAN'S HOPE FOR '
The Idea which pervaded the com
munity, especially the politicians, that
the Plantation Interests would cast
their Influence in tlio scale In favor of
the election of McClanahan for Dele
gate to Congress, has exploded. Tlio
cry Interosts which were thought to
be the prime movers, today declared
themselves In favor of Kulilo.
Tho idea that the planters would
back McClanahan arose from knowl
edgo of tlio fact that he appeared before
the trustees of the Planters' Associa
tion last Monday, seeking its endorse-
b. .. A -d 1. t . . .1 1 .1 . P1lat lift n I ln4
mum OI ins vuuuiuui-j, nun m- itiiivi. .
to obtain, but It took something strung-
er than the lack of action on the pari .
nt ilini limlv to convince the null lie.
and especially tho ocr-susplclous pol- Win. I'fotenhaucr of II. Ilackfeld D
itlclans, that McClauahau's goldan Co. "Yes, we favor the election of Ku
dream was destined to remain but aihlo very fctrongly. Ho has done veiy
dream without reality. well.''
The best proof of the stand of the J. P. Cooke of Alexander & llaldwln.
Planters In tho matter could bo fur-
tilshed only by the planters thennelvcn,
(Ataorlatrtl Prcu Special Cable)
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 10. The Chi
cago Nationals beat the Chicago Amer
icana In today's game of the cham
pionship series. Score: Nationals, 7;
....... I Service stations on the Coast and In
was not read, but moved that It be re-i! Hawaii. t
celved and placed on file. .. 4-4 4, 4.
K. K. Paxlon reported for the com. I
mlltceon Harbors, Shipping and Trans- Kauai. A resolution covering the rc
liqrlatlon, stating that It had been dl ammendatlons irgardlnc the harboi
iccted by Captain Slattery, whose rnc- was Incorporated In the report, Smltli
ommcndatlliis for Improvements lo the moved to adopt this.
Honolulu harbor wcru adopted. A blue Incidental to tills Peck brought It
print map showing these was exhib- out that it was most Important to thu
ited. The committee wanted to recom- public to have tho lighthouse point cut
mend especially tbo removal of thf away, as tho other dredging Improvo
llghthouHO point, which would cost went would bo especially valuable lo
$210,000, and the dredging of part ol tho O. It. & U Co.. although of course
the land near the railroad wharf, which tho public would ulso be benefited. Ho
would cost $389,200. Tho United Stntes was afraid that If the lattor work wus
at present had an option to buy this appropriated for, tho lighthouse point
land for $1, bo that this work should bu Improvement might not get an appro
done soon. If both jobs were ilono uriallon.
under one contract under appropriation j Spalding moved to postpone the mal
by the coming session of Congiess,1 ter until the next meellug, so as tu al
$100,000 could probably1 be saved. Tim low the trustees to get further infor
report nlso quoted figures showing i motion.
I comparison of revenue collections and
appropriations, leaving a balance in uo ucqmreu soon, aa wie option wouiu
Hawaii's favor of $500,000, the argil- noon expire. Prompt action was nee
ment being tho same as that used in cssary.
favor of the refunding bill. I Spalding said prompt action should
'flie committee also recommendei) not be token except on jiroper Informu
tbat $2000 be appropriated for the sur- tlon. He would amend his recommend
vey of Pearl Harbor; that a fourth, otlon to have the mutter deferred until
order light be placed nt tho Settlement ," special meeting to be held within a
anil anoiner on mo norm coasi oi
A slnale day's delay may fi
lose you the chance of securing life
Insurance. Every year me
declines thousands of persons, many
of whom, had they applied In time
would have been accepted.
Insurance In. the Prudential Is a
blessing. Apply for It NOW.
Fort St. Honolulu
and they gave it today, ( when they all
came out strongly for Kutilu A Hul
letln repsrter visited the leading agen
cies and asked this ono question:
"Do you favor the election of Kuhlu
us Delegate to Congress."
The nnswers wero as follows:
W. M. aiffard of Irwin & Co. "Wo
have favored Kuhlo nnd will continue
to do so. He Is the Hepubllcnti nom
inee and we think he Is the right man
for tho place. We are Itejiiibtlcau, and
we will favor Mm, our firm and all our
(leorgo M. Robertson of llrowcr &
Co. "1 certainly favor Kulilo for Del
egate. I guess mo3t everybody docs."
V. A. Schaefcr of Schiicfer & Co.
"Certainly. Most decidedly. Kulilo
"Yes, It seems hardly nieessury to
nsk It. Wc have always been supporl.of
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lAiloclaled PrttfBfWtl CahU)
WASHINOTON, D. C, Oct. 10,
Reports have reached here of the out
break of plague In Osaka, Japan, and
of plague In Shanghai.
surgeon General Wyman has notl-
fled the officers of the Marine Hospital
I Smith said the railroad land should
Puxtoii said that prlvato Interests
bad not been consulted. Thcso Inter
ests would undoubtedly rather tec the
Ualt was willing to stand by the
Committee's report in spite of his lack
of knowledge on tbo subject. He did
pot tliluk any personal Inteiests would
Spalding's motion to defer was car
ried. A resolution, also In the report, fav
oring tho adoption of the lighthouse
lecommcndatlons was adopted.
Powder puffs Skyrockets.
A magnificent finish for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chairs, Rockers,
Desks, Tablea and Magazine
Tables are now on display of
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Ing Kuhlo, and, as a matter of fact, I
think Mr. Ualdwln was one of tho first
to pledge his support to him. We aro
Republicans, and wo believe that Ku
hlo has done good work and will con
tinue to do so. Wo aro going to sup
poit Kuhlo. You can say that from
the firm of Alexander & Ualdwln and
E. D. Tenney of Castle & Cookt,
when asked, wrote out the following:
"Do I fnvor Kuhlo for Delegate to Con
gress? Castle & Cooke, Limited, of
which corporation I am mnnaglng di
rector, is a corporation whose directors
nnd shareholders are all Republican In
politics and subscribers to tho cam
paign funds of that party, nnd conse
quently support Its candidates it satis
factory. Kuhlo has made n good rec
ord us Detcgutc and bus always worked
to further tho business iuterests nnd
prosperity of the Territory. My opin
ion Is he will bo elected by a Inrgo ma
jority and that l.e has tho support of
practically the cnllro sugar Interests
Mitoctatrd Prrti Sptcial Call I
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Oct. 10. The
schooner Ficl.c, v.. Hi seventeen Chi
nese on board, waa eaptuicd h:."e to
day. The Chinese were trying to en
ter the country In violation of the Im
(Anucialid I'rtit IJI Ctl)
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 10 The an
niversary of the ten years' war for
Cuban independence waa celebrated
ARTILLERY TO CUBA
(AttoeMti Priti Special CattoJ
NEWPORT NEWS, Va Oct. 10.
The Army transport Schley left today
for Havana with artillery troops on
THUGS ARE AT WORK IN 'FRISCO
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Oct. 10.
Albert Porter, a contractor of the city,
waa attacked by thuga today and rob
bed. BANKERS GO UNDER
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 10. The
banking house of Cebellos assigned to-)
day. Ita liabilities are $4,000,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 9.
SUGAR! 88 analysis beets, vs. 41-2d.
Parity, 3.98 cents. Previous Quotation,
0s 3 3-4d,
Your grocer sells) Pol Breakfast Food
Thr 1i a foellntr of
aiecurlty around th
httarthattone when th
Mllvearwure la looked up
In a astee! vuult. You
c cannot count on It -whn
you have hidden It uwuy
In a cloaset-"thurei no
asufwty there. Wo huvi
Truatt Company, Ltd.
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WILL ELECT OR DEFEAT
Politicians Get Excited
Over Meeting Of
CERTAIN OF ELECTION
REPUBLICANS 8AY PLANTERS
MAY, BY FAVORING 8PLIT
TICKET, DEFEAT W. O.
"If tlio Planters' Association should
come out In suppoit of McCtanahmt
lie will hno a walkover. If it does
Hot bo will )iao no thauce."
Tills wiib thu sentiment ex pros ted
by thu Democratic leaders when tlioy
wero seen ut thuir licadiuai(om this
"Tho Hawallans arc taking nu liu
nieiisu Interest In the Cuban situa
tion," continued ono of thu Icadois,
"and tho Ilulletln's story about the
Planters' Association and McClannhan
)csterday was read cxtunslvely by thu
Hawallans. I know that because thla
morning I heard It wry generally dls
Hissed among them, Whllo, ns n gen
eral i tile, the Hawallans cannot bo
raid to back thu I l-iuters, because
they are usually getting this or that
ur the other thing nut of them, they
are ready to back tin planters in their
opposition to Cubati annexation, be
lutisio tlu-y realize that Importation
ul duty-free sugar from Cuba will bo
ruin for tbo Ulaui:s and for them
"The evident interest which the
Planters' Association is showing lu
McClanahan Is not doing McClanahan
a bit of good, nnd It is hurting every
I'ther white man on tho Republican
ticket. Cupid was nominated with
out any opposition by the business
men of the lommiinlty.and now if the
planters come In at tho eleventh hour
and try to tin w him down and favor
a split tide t Is going to hurt the
whole tick'' . h will not hurt Drown
and the ol.. t strong candidates, hut
It will liio others, who were put up
by the business community, such as
V. O. Smith nnd W. W. Harris, lor In
dunce, and Is very llalito to defeat
This was what tho Republican par
ly leaders said, and Ibey spoke with
,An Interesting reading of tho politi
cal barometer wuh also obtained by
tho reporter, who visited the leading
men lu tho Republican and Democrat
ic camps, the men who aro actually
engineering tlio campaign, und obtain
ed from them their vlewa on the sit
uation. Ol course, as good politicians
every ono of them nt llrsl Insisted that
his entire ticket would be elected, but
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Ingso" Information was obtained to
i how, at least In thu more Important
particulars, where tho principal
strength mid weakness of the 'two
Olio man on tho Senatorial ticket
both the Republicans mid the Demo
crats felt Hiiro was going to be elect ed.
That wan Chns. !'. Chllllnguorlh. Thu
Democrats maintain that the vldnrs
will bo the "Throe Churlles." Chilling
north. Col. McCarthy und Charh'i
llroad The Republicans Buy that
lltoud ban no diauce, but McCarthy
ami W. O. Smith v- 111 probably havo a
Mrong battle for supremacy.
Tho Republicans feel fairly certain
nf electing their entire Ropreseiitnlivo
ticket, with the possible exception of
(Continued on Paje 4.)
No Great Worry As Yet
Oyer Lateness Of
Tho Oceanic Steamship Ventura had
not been retried up to tlio time of go
ing to press mid Is now over tlilrty
lioura behind her schedule of running
time. While there Is mora or less w oi
ly ti regard lo her the agents of the
lompuuy hero are confident that alio
will show up before night. Her slow
passage may ho due to the fact that
she litis encountered heavy w,eather. In
addition to her bottom being somewhat
foul, which would naturally keep her a
In ihhc the Ventura lins net arrived
lu port before tomorrow ociilug the
levcuiin cutler Manning may be tent
nut in search or her The Manning
will not be utile to leave on n trip of
this kind without taking on morn kmI
but will probably do this tomorrow.
Opt. .loyuea said In regard to this:
"If the Veiituia should not como lu
w II hln n reasonable time tho Mnnnlng
will certainly be reuly to tako up the
woik of searching for her. I do not bu
lleve myrelf that she has been disabled
hut think that she will show up all
right. I would net volunteer the ser-t
lten of tho Manning for this work hilt'
tdioulil thu local agents of tbo Oceania
Company usk mo to take up u search
for her I would certainly do mi. That
Ih one of the things that tlio Manning
Is stationed hero for mid shu will do
"It will Ixi ucccrsary lo lake on moio
coal before leaving on n trip of IliU
length hut I expett to have that on
hoard home time tomonow mid will
ho ready for calls for thla or any other
kind of work on a few houra' notice."
A telegram received In the city to
day announced the arrival of the
steamer Alameda In San I'rnnclsco this
morning. This makes tho shin a day
J late. Tho ugents received no word
from tlio owners, therefore it Is sup-
I posed that no change wilt be made In
urn urn" lu uepanuro irom sail i-ran- fc
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