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14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SAf URDAY. OCTOBER 24 1908-14 PAGES
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"I have heard nothing from a
source I consider reliable that would
cause me to change my position in
support of Mr. Cathcart as City
and County Attorney."
W. M. GIFFARD
Thanks To Emperor
YOKOHAMA, Japan, Oct. 24,-fA reception was held today on board
the battleship Connecticut, it being one of the farewell functions of the
Admiral in command of the American Fleet.
Admiral Spcrry today transmitted a message from President Roose
velt to the Emperor of Japan, expressing the thanks of the American peo
ple for Janan's cordial reception of its representatives.
Admiral Emory was today succeeded by Admiral Potter, who has
been in command of the battleship Vermont.
Witli Scores Tied
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Oct. 24. The football scores of today's
games follow: Princeton 0, Syracuse 0; Pennsylvania 6, Carlisle 0;
Navy 6, Harvard 6.
MOTOR PARKWAY,' L. L. Oct. 24. The Vnnderbilt motor cup was
won today by Robertson in o locomobile. The record was 4 hours 48 1-5
seconds and distance 253.00 miles.
CANNONSBURO, Pa., Oct. 24. An explosion occurred today in the
Hazel mine. Eight hundred men escaped. The damage will amount to
a million dollars.
FIGHT WIT H MOROS
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 24. A fig ht took place today at Mingan. Ten
Filipinos were killed and four wounded by the Moros.
Crafts To Thwing '
On Breckons Charges
Mr. Thwlng recehed tho following
letter by tho last mall:
October !, 1008.
The President,, tho Mlnlsleilnl Asso
ciation, Honolulu, II. T.
Dour Sir and Drother: Having ex
amined caiefully duplicate copies of
tho chaigcs mndo against District At
torney Hreckons by Itcv. E. V.
Thwlng, who Initiated this movement
for nu imcstlgntlon of Mr. llieckons'
actions In behalf of your Association,
nml has continued it clnco his ap
polutment ns'bur district secretary for
China with our indorsement, I scented
n conference w(th Attornoy-Gener.il
llounparto to take up this mutter. I
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found Hint us usual tho aluminous, pa
pers had been left to his subordinates
lor examination, but lie admitted that
Mr. llieckons'had been under an ul
most continual fife of chaigcs slnco
his appointment to ottlce, and especial
ly so slnro his second appointment.
When that appointment was nude,
presumably on tho nomination of an
Influential Senator, Mr. Warren of
Wjonilng, tho Attorney General had
admonished Mr, Hreckons Hint his cus
tom of acting us private attorney for
criminal Chinese whllo holding gov
ernment office, which naturally mokes
It his duty to piosecuto 'these same
(Continued on Page 2)
Made in New York by'
Fort and Hotel Sts,
Mr. von Holt, stating that the Territorial Committee had just
held a meeting, then Tead the following resolution: "The ex
planations .made by Mr. Cathcart regarding each charge pub
lished against him are found satisfactory to this committee
cheers and applause and in view of this, we, the committee,
do hereby reaffirm our unqualified support towards his candi
dacy." Prolonged cheering and applause.
"Mr. Chllllngwnrtli, a party con
cerned In tin. statements glen out to
nmtrnor Dolo, wns notified to attend
(Ills meeting. Mr. Cooke questioned
Mr. ClillliiiKWnrlli as to the statements
published In this morning's paper, to
which Mr. Chllllngnorth answered
tlint It wns true Hint Mr. Cathcart nt
tliu tlmo Hint Cathcart wns Deputy At
torney .General, iniitlo the following
statement to him: "Do you know that
there Is big money to lie mudu In
Clilnntoun?" Mr. Cooko then naked
lilm If ho hail slnco then hnd reason
to chango his mind In regard to the
statement mudu to Mr. Drown and
which wns then made to (Jovernor
Dole. To this question Mr. Chilling
worth replied "No," nnd that he hnd
no leason slnco that time to chmiKu
his mind, hut Hint thero mny have
heen u possibility of a mistake In the
Intel pi elation of Mr. Cathcurt's state
mvut; also Hint Mr. Drown hnd slnco
come to hlm nnd snld he belloed that
nn Injustice hnd heen done to Mr.
Cnthcurt In giving the statement to
ine niiovo nrcciai statement wns
Slon out by tho executive commlttco
of tho Ilepiibllcnn Central Commltteo
after Its meeting this aftoruoon.
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TVfiiiilu nf n slnrlllnc imttir with
regard to certificates of Hawaiian
birth Issued to Chinese lesldents of
the Islands have heen unearthed dur
ing tho past few weeks by Secretary
of the Territory Mott-Snillh and (J.
II. Mcllrldc, nnd, us u result, nt least
ono win runt for urrest will bo sworn!
out on Moinlay morning, with tho
probability that a dozen or so more
will follow shortly. The limn who
will he nrrosted first has gone under
three names here; whllo he swore on
oath that he hud hut one name, ho
being called Wong Moon Tong, which
It neems Is his rightful cognomen,
Wong Chung Yuen, nnd plain Sam.
The material fuels ugnlnst Won
Moon Tong are ones that affect Ills
credibility, and ho will bo charged
with perjury. There Is ample docu
mentary evidence of this, ami, from
tho way matters stand nt the present
time. It would seem that a large num
her of Chinese who have recehed cer
tificates of Hawaiian Iilrth will be
haled ill) on the carnu'JUf nee more.
At present there " are eleven men
whose enses are under suspicion, nnd
the Secretnry will piobably take
them up Just as soon as ho dispose
of that of Wong Moon Tong.' Resides
the principals In the cases, Mr. Mc
llrlde and Mr. Mntt-Smlth have been
..v,ll ,. ll,l
" " " " J"-" "!." "-
An ulmost absolutely clear case has
been made out against Wong Moon
Tong. He applied for a certificate of
Hawaiian birth to tho Secretnry on
October 3, 1908, nnd, after testimony
was IntioduccJ on this date, the cer
tificate was planted. There were,
however, some suspicious features to
the caso, and Secretary Mott-Smlth
decided to Invectlgnte. Two of tho
material witnesses were Leo Slug,
who runs a pork butcher shop for
Yeo Wo. nnd Au Mong. These two
testified at tho time thnt they wciVj
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tirenpnt nt a Iilrth nmlv lnot nr.n
'mouth nfter thu applicant vnn horn
heie In Honolulu. This ook place In
the Ahl block, nnd testimony was lu
ll oduced to show that Wong Moon
Tong was born on May 21, 1881. In
the meantime, when the matter wns
placed In his hands, Mcllrlde dlscov
cred two witnesses who came from
the snmo village in China ns did the
applicant, and they saw him theio
from the time ho wns thrco years old
until ho hnd attained tho age of fif
teen years. When roufionted with
witnesses who had lived in the Ahl
block for the past fifteen or twenty
years, Wong stated that he had never
seen thorn before, and that ho did not
know who they were.
Another material fact lies in the
testimony of the witness that ho nev
er had received nny paper of nny
kind from tho Oovernmcnt. Accoid-
Ing to tho Act of 1900. every Chi
nese, whether or not he had been
born here, wns icqulicd to register,
and received papers (Certifying to
this fact. Wong testified that ho hnd
never tecelvcd papers of any kind
from the Government", but on search
It was dlscoioied that a certlficuto of
teglstrntlon was Issued to hlm under
mother name by the Immigration au
thorities. Ills picture and Chinese
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(Continued on Page 3)
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" I shall vote for John W. Cath
cart for County Attorney,and shall
use what influence I have to induce
others to do the same."
K. D. THNNKY
FIGURES SHOW HOW CRIMINALS SUFFERED WH'LE HE
BEEN IN CHARGE OF PROSECUTIONS FOR THE PE0
PLE CLOSING WORDS OF HIS SPEECH
After John W. Cathcart In his
speech of last evening hnd, nuswcied
nit tlie charges brought ngninst htm
bthc Advertiser, lie wont on nnd
discussed soma of the work thill lie
hud done, quoting statistics mid gl
ing details of the ndmlnlstintlim of
his office. This portion of his nddicsJ
wns tint published by tho Advertiser
and it is hero given from tho steno
graphic notes of the men etnplojed
by the Territorial Central Commit
tee: "Now. I mil called sv-grafter. They
nay they dare not entrust the prose
cution of tho cases In this County to
me. These men who set themsehes
up ns moral censors, by what right
I don't know, say I nrii not tho proper
party to fill that position.
"Now I liuvu here, and I nm not
(.'otng to bother you long, Just u fow
otntlstlcj to show how matters go In
the wny of prosecution when I um
prosecuting, and how they go when
I um not. Now here Is the Circuit
Comt of this Territory, for tho Inst
seven years; that Is a Circuit Court
Wlfero I persomilly appear myself,
when I have charge of the prosecu
tion, nnd it Ib the Circuit Court that
tells tho tale, because thero ou uro
before n Jury, men who want to be
Colburn's Word Only
W A. Kinney, the attorney for tho
Hawaiian Onzetto Co. the, man upon
whom tho Advertiser rellus for cor
roboration of tho Colburii churges, bus
no corroboratives oldenco. Ho has
only thu word of John P. Colburii, and
tho fact that ho told Thurston nt thu
tlmo when tho nlleged conversntlons
between Colburii nnd Cathcart took
placu, WHAT COI.11UIIN HAD TOl.D
Of Ills own knowledgo Kinney knows
nothing of the comcrsntlons. Ho stat
ed tilts when Intervened by a Hul
lo 1 1 it reported this forenoon.
In nliswir to the question: "Hnd
you (Mr. Kinney) nny porsona' knowl
edge, of the nlleged conversation be
tween Cmhrtrt nnd ColLi'rn?" Mr
No, I h.ivo looked over tho A'.ate
nunl that irieaied In thu Advoit't.tr,
mid confirm .mil ns a coire'i statu
ntPiit of w.iu transpired n fur ua I
k'icw or wis Informed. Of ouine., I
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' r ton oh
r y S ill 1 a
uhown. twel men, mind ou, who
linc got to he i-.it lufioil uetiiml n
reasonable doubt of the guilt or the
p.irH before thc will In lug In nnv
, crillrt or gulln. nnd this Is tin
lierieiitiice it convictions dm ing
these uuen Jiars fioin 1001 up to
J "During 19IH nnd 1902 I wn.i
prosecuting, .ind during tho four In
tervening years I was not prowui
llng, nnd the perrentugo is what? In
1 1901 It Is S7 per cent.: In 1902 It Im
"ii: per rent, nnd thou 1 went out.
nml the next sear It was 11 per
cent , the next year 3S per lent., ami
the next year to per cent, nnd Ihn
next "5 per tent., nnd then I cnino
li.nrtf In 1107 nml tlin nflrrunlneii
Im... ... ... vv., ...... ...u ,,Ul..t..,U
climbs up to CI per cent." (Chceri
nnd applause.) "And tho neragu
percentage jtt tho seven years, then.
Is 4 7 per cent , nnd dining the threi
ii'ir. when I wns prosecuting my ,
percentage ran 10, 9 nnd 11 over tho
a crane; when I was not prosecuting
the pctceiitagc ran 0. 9. 7 and 9 tin-
der tho neruce. hut It U my 'vqrlss W
thnt htings up the nvirngp. If l't'?,4in
wasn't for nn work thero the nvcr- I
nge would bo "9 per cent Instead of -17
per cent , and If mv work nlono Is ,
(Continued on Page 3)
i know f i i;iinit h coneib.ilou
Mil I'-..)" i thrmiKli Colliiii . thiiiu'i
cue ir tv hi i'iom' convers.ii.nr-, weio
uri bilged i me for in, .Ire geu
by mo to Coiliuru. I acted proleshloii
ally In tho entire matter and hn.-o
nothing to udd to or tnko from Col
burn's stntement of tho matter or of
his representations to mo of what wns:
Inking' plueo between hlm nnd Cntli-
(Continued on Page 3)
A SPARK FROM KAU
Why will Hawaii bo looked up- -
on heroafter ns :i Territory of -f
f Hecnuso it will luio produced -f
tho "Missing Link." -
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