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VOL. X. No. 41G9.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1008. 14 PAOES.
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JAPAN AMD AMERICA AGREE ON
PACIFIC POSSESSIONS AND C
ALLIED FOR PEACE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 28. It is reliably stated that an agree
ment has been reached between America and Tanan with respect to the
territorial possessions of the Pacific.
It is also agreed to defend ChinVs independence and commercial in
terests. In event of complications the two nations arc to confer with a
view of joint action.
ARMY ROYS WIN
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 28. The gicat football game between the
West Point and the Naval Academy resulted in a score of 0 to 4 in fa
vor of the Army.
Tho Army mill Navy football g-nno Is of especial Inlcicst this year,
ns tlio nemo In Kami's plajcd between tlm two academics wan tl-0 up to
the present year. Two jcant ago West I'olnt won, lint wan defeated last
jcar, so that the sroio was evened up and the game of tml.iy was to,'
"hlooil" as never licforu.
250 MINERS ENTOMBED
PITTSBURG, Pa., Nov. 28. Two hundred and seventy-five miners
have been entombed in a mine explosion here today.
WENT DOWN WITH 75
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 28. Seventy-five people were drowned in the
sinking of the San Pablo. This was the vessel which struck a reef at
San Fernando, and not the Poting, as was previously reported.
HAYTI WAR MINISTER DEFEATED
TORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Nov. 28. The troops under the com
mand of Celestin, the Minister of War, have been defeated, and Cclestin
himself has had to seek refuge in the German Consulate.
LAWYER SHOOTS PROSECUTOR
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 28. Attorney J. A. Finch, who was disbarred
recently, today killed R. B. Fisher, who was the prosecutor in the disbar
mentjiroceedings. Japanese Camp Dill
That the I.oglslatiuo v 111 liao tliu
Japanese! Camp ipiestlon placed befino
lis august uttentlon for chip Idoratlon
Is rractlcally certain, for Acting Attor
ney General Whitney In at present
working on a hill to plaro bofoii. tlio
legislators to regulate Japanese camps.
This hill will, of course, hit mainly at
the construction of tlio canipa in tho
residential r.cctlons of tho city.
According to Mr. Whitney, tl.cte is
gravn danger that no hill that will hu
legally aatlMfiietnry can li iIivi.ci.
hut, UK lie Iimh not given the liiullui I'liy
deep study ct hu la iinuldo to statu
precisely along what lines It ull' l.o
drafted. Sovernl methods of iu.;ulu
mg tho campH arc under coimliletailr.il.
hut It appears that It Ik cxtcinilnallo'i
(so far as tlio residential section ct
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The Kash Co.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Iho city Is concerned) and not rogula
lion, that tlio inability of peoplo feel
would bs for tho heut Interests of tho
Ono bill may ho Introduced proUd-
Ins that so many culilc feet of air
spaco must ho given In tho co.ist lie
tlon of a camp to each Individual or. at
least, to a specified number of Individ
nals. This bill would servo to rcgul itu
tho camps, preventing them from bdng
overcrowded and doing nway with Iho
danger of a great many unsanitary
leatiircs. Included In this Mil would
probably ho a clauso providing 'or
.drains, toilets, and wash basins, a cer
tain number according to Iho number
of tho persons occupying tho spneo.
Another bill that may ho liitroduc.'d
. (Continued on Page 2)
Contest Seat in House
A movement Is on foot among tlio
l)cniucraln to contest tho scat of
UepicHcntattvij Doti'lhltt In the llouso
on the grounds that ho is not duly
iiiallllcd, In that hu hail not been a
I cubical of the Territory for tho
past three J ears preceding Ills clue-,
The law says that to bo eligible
to ho a member of tho llouso a per-
con must have "icsldcd In tho Ha
waiian Islands, not less than threo
j ears at the time of election."
C. W. Ashford, the .prominent
Democratic attornoy, stated, when
scon about tho matter, that he had
told Dotitliltt, when he got tho nomi
nation, that this was a good thing
for the Democrats, as they would suio
ly bo ablo to contest his scat suc
lessfully and thus get u Democrat In
tho House In his place, though ho
had added that, as tho llouso was
generally short of legal material, It
might not ho altogether wine, to do
Ashford called attention to tho fact
that hn wasliot a member of any
party committees, and was hcroforo
not In i). position to say what tho
plans of tho. party woro In regard to
tho matter. The wording of the sec
tion quoted nlwvo was indefinite, in
that It did not specif that tlio rep
resentative must have resided hero
for tho threo years Immediately pre
ceding his election, hut Ashford was
of the opinion that this must ho In
ferred, as otherwise any non-resident
might ho elected as long as ho had
at any tlmo lived threo years In Ha
waii. Ashford "TUlilcd that while ho
tjiought that legally the point might
be well taken, as it was well known
that Douthltt had abandoned Hono
lulu as a residence when ho went to
Shanghai, tho Republicans had a ma
jority In tho House, which was tho
arbiter of tho matter, and If tho
question wero decided on political
lines, tho Democratic, protest would
not have any chanco of success.
Col. McCarthy, the Democratic
campaign managor, is absent at pres
ent, hut John I'ronilergast, who is
looking after affairs In his absence,
raid that the, Democrats had deter
mined to contest Doiithitt's right to
sit in tho House. Other Democratic
leaders who wero seen appeared, how
ever, to have but little faith In tho
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give you time to make money.
how small your estate,
. you should make a will,
and it should b
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We will do this for
you without charge, if
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utors. Your wife may
be the other.
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Cooper Tells More Of
"The intimation that tlm depig
ment desired a proiKiPl'lon In iho Im
mediate fuliiro from Mr. Irwin I ir nn
exchange of his 'Palace Hipm-) pi'ip
erty for the Mahuka site, mm- ti. ue
whltu I was In Washington." hi Id II.
K. Cooper this morning in cnmnienilns
on the discussion of how tli.j pn psc
exchange of Federal building silo-. w,p
"It Is for others to speak v.vit ful
ly, but It wan very clear that tho de
partment wanted a proposition. Smil
ing was thrust upon them.
"And fo f,ir as tho matte, of wrrwi'
Is concerned, it appears from wlni h.n
been published that Mr. Mcf ! U.m
know ut tho proposed exchn.-t, is
early as October 27. He was ctrtn'nly
In a position to cable the imiirnuillKii
Immediately to Honolulu and as hu
was In possession of Iho fn.M-t tho
hargo of secrecy cannot b Jinlly la 1
at tho door of tho riepaitwu oC.cuit.
Tho business wns public bu .Incus an I
tho representative of loea' organ ui
lions had tho information a innnlli
ago. I do not s'ay this to rri'lclse Me-
Clcllan, hut It must appear to thoo
who will stop to think that t ehaitie
of secret action Is not ucll founded
Tho Aloha Co-opcratlvo Comirny a
Hawaiian business concern, wli: soon
ho started in Honolulu. Its principal
business will bo to sell salmon ilrv
fish, pol, and Hawaiian groceries. A
store will ho eBtnbllshcd on Kin,!
btreet. In tho flshmarkot. It will 1m
conducted by a manager, lo bo ap
pointed by tho shareholders of iho
Tlio officers who arc tcmporiilly
nerving aro Col. J. T Ilakcr of llllo,
president; Clias. .1. Ilroad. treasure',
and Wm. Isaac, secretary. A full
meeting will bo held some tlmo in tho
latter part of December. Tho shariM
aro being subscribed by llawallans
It Is tho Intention of J. T. Ilakcr iho
president, to plaeo eery nfflccr yudet
bonds, to sccuro tho safety of Iho mm.
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OF KAUAI AUDITOR
Chas. Blake, Democrat,
Says He Was
Chiirlea lllnke, defeated Democratic
candidate for the position of County
Auditor of Knitnl, this morning fllcd
lis contest of the election 'of tho suc
cessful cindl'lnte, (leorgu B. II. Uuker,
tho Republican candidate. Maker was
elected over !1lake y Iho small ma
turity of nvo votes, n lid thu latter now
claims that fraud was employed In thu
counting of tho Mites In order that thu
Pvo tallies noiiM b" placed to th!
credit of linker Instead of to himself.
Winlo Warren Thnjer and U. M. Wat
son aro representing Make.
Tho complaint statcH Hint Wake Is a
resident ot Kmial, legally qualified an
n candidate aad lo hold oftlco as Aud
itor of tho County of Kauai. Ho al
leges that all tho oton cast for him
wero not counted for blin, tho specific
number being the. and further alleges
that this number wni, on the contrary,
counted for his opponent. Ho alleges
that tho returns and tho election wero
false, fraudulent and untrue nnd the
decisions of tho Hoards of Inspectors
lor tho County of Kauai woro and aro
Ho states that ho Is Informed and
bellovcb that In the Sovcnlh Precinct
of tho Sixth Iteprcscntnttvo district.
tho polling placo being Llhuc, tlio In
spectors counted only 68 votes for
himself, whllo there wero 73 legally
ciist for bl in, and ho fin tber alleges
that 104 votes wero returncil for his
opponent whllo only 99 should haVb"
been nt this place.
Illako also alleges that theru wero
many errors In the counting of ballots
l-y Iho varloiiB otneera or the election,
and ho therefore asks that thcro bo a
recount of the votes cast for Auditor of
tho County of Kauai.
Illako siis that tho alleged, trick
waa very easily ilono go that his oppo
nent received five moro votes than ho
ltd. In the cmifl-T of tho votes, ov
cry fifth oto was minted "tally." At
llhue, Blako alleges, a "tally" which
iliould hao gone to him was marked
en tho space above for Baker.
Tho llllo Grand Jury mado the fol
lowing comment In its report return
ed Nov. 25:
It Is the feeling of tho Grand
.Turora that Mr, Chas. Williams,
County Attorney, being absent from
this term of court, should ho severely
censured by tho Court for his failure
to leavo necessary papers relating to
the cases coming before tlio Grand
Jury, in tho hands of his deputy.
Wo wish lo thank Deputy Attorney
General l.arnncli for tho businesslike
manner In which he lias presented
all cases to the Grand Jury, particu
larly considering the fact that he was
without many necessary papers ro
tating to cases coming bo ore tho
Grand Jury, aad which aro in tho
hands of tho County Attorney.
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IS HUMPHREYS DETECTIVE OR ATTORNEY?
First 'blood for John V. Cathcart!
Judge J. T. De Dolt this morning
denied tho motion ot tho Hawaiian
Gazette Company and Water ().
Smith to compel County Attorney
Cathcart to put up a bond ns sccut
Ity for tho costs of the libel suit. It
11 should go against him. Some dayu
ago lxirrln A. Thurston filed an alll
davfi asserting that to the bent of Ills
knowledge nnd belief, John W. Cutli
cartnvoitld not be able to pay tho
costs of tho the libel suits, It they
wcic decided against him, and Judge
De Holt Issued an order to Cathcart
to appear and show cnuso why lio
should not Illo a bond covering tho
Attorneys Mllvcrton nnd Hubert
son, representing Cathcart, and At-
torncy Anderson, representing Tliu.s, ;'
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ton nnd tho Advcrtlsor, appeared be
foro Judge I)n Holt this morning.
Cnthcart'K attorneys this morning Hi
ed a counter-affidavit to that of
Trio counter affidavit, stripped of
legal verblugc ami tho preamble,
'reads as follows:
That of tho Judgments set out In
said affidavit of I,. A. Thurston,
amounting to the sum of 2tr.7.r,7,
tho following ngregatlng the sum of
$1933. 8. lmc been fully paid and
In Favor of Dato Jilgmt. Amt.
Jns. li. Holt, Tax Assessor, Oc
tober 23, 190G $250.19
A. M. Drown, Sept. 1, 190li. .118.00
Jan. I.. Holt, Tax Assessor
March 3."i, 1907 2fi2.fifi
W. A. I'lirdy, March 10, 1908 171.25
M. Mclncrny. Juno 23, 1908 Gf.39
W. C. I'arko, Dec. 8, 1903... f.82.10
W. C. Harkc, Apr. 12, 1901.. 233.7B
That upon tho Judgment of Tucker
& Kcnyon, dated Juno 23, 1908, there
only remains due and owing nt this
tlmo the sum of $28. 2fi, and this Jtidg
ment will bo fully paid and satisfied
by the garnishee on or about Decem
ber 18, 190S.
That tho only Judgments referred
to which at tho present time remain
wholly unpaid and unsatlsiled am tho
following, aggregating tho sum of
In Kavor of Dalo Jdgt. Ami.
11. T. Mills, Oct. 9, 1908...$2riri.2
II. May & Co., Jan. 2, 1901. 38.20
C. F. Ilerrlek Carrlago Co.,
Ltd., 1901 202.00
Affiant further says that relative
to tlio action now pending brought
by ono Carl Smith against affiant for
tho sum ot $12!i, affiant believes that
rait) suit was Instituted by tlm said
Carl Smith at tho Instigation or tho
said L. A. Thurston for tho expren
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purporc ot harniclug and uunoyliiK
nfllant. that an to said action rn
bioiight iilllanl ban n perfect legal
defenre In Hie sai.ie, and fiirthermoio
has a coiitiler-claltii agalnrt the snlil
Ctrl Smith for piofcslonnl services
rendered by alllniit, tlio amount oC
said counter-claim being In cmchb nt
the sum $I2C, tho amount sued fur
b) Smith lu Mild IK tlon.
AII!nnt further avers upon infoiiiia
tlon mill belief th.it thu credltor'H
bill (being a bill based on tho Der
rick Judgment heretofoio refeneil
to), now ponding in the Circuit Court
at iliaiiilici'M, brought by II. (!. Mlil
dleclltcli. ut trurlec In bankruptcy ot
Chas. !'. Ilerrlek Carriage Company.
Limited, against iililiint. ,-m well na
the case of II. T. Mills against alllant
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iil'lil of $2.ia.2(l, weiu Instigated
by thu raid I.. A. Thurston ami by
ono A. S. Ilumplneys, likewise for
thu cxprcsft mid i.ole purpose of an
no) lug and harassing a'llaut, mid In
this connection ullluiit further avers
that thu bald A. S. Humphreys has
been for many weeks last past nnd
is now actively enirnged in endeavor
ing to secure and procure evidence
against affiant in support of the libel
ous matter hcrctofote published by
said defendants ngninst this affiant
nnd made the basis of this nnd four
other nctions brought by affiant
against said defendants, but ns to
whether or not the said A. S. Hum
phreys in so attempting to secure and
procure such evidence is acting ns a
DETECTIVE or ns a counsellor nnd
attorney-at-Iaw, nffiant is unable to
Aidant further titnlcs that in addi
tion to the past Indebtedness paid by
alllant its herelmibovo set forth,, n 111
ant ban furlhe- p-tbl during the past
two yea I a upon past Indebteduo-B,
owing by li I in, the sum of over $fiQO.
Alllant further k.ih Hint tho
btatcmeiit of I.. A. Tlmi'ston in said
aindavlt that alllant is n man of no
financial ctandlng In the biislncsil
community of Honolulu, Is absolute
ly false and malicious.
Further nfllant sayeth not.
Judge Do Holt allowed a motion
of Atiderron In sttll.o lertaln pait.J
of tho loiinler-atlldavlt from tlio rec
ord, but the main Issue was not evad
ed by thin action, .ludgn Do Holt
held that for Hie mere fact ot n.
man's poverty he lould not bu hell
for stciirlty for the costs of tlio
suit. Tho Judge cited numerous nu
(horltles In support of his ruling,
which was. orally delivered from tha
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