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VOL. XI. NO. 4458.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF KAWAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE S OENTI,
LOW LICENSE IS VOTED BY SAN FRANCISCO
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To what' extent havotlie Higher
Wage Japanese let-up on tliolr plot
ting, In a question regularly coming
In tliu front mi nciount of sidelights
frequently mill uifcxpedcdly llirown j
upon tlio movements of tlio nssocl
ntcH of Mori', convicted of juiinlcr'His I
assault nu Kdltor Hliebn.
Krcil Mukiun's cleik called ill tlio (
pilsnn tin) other day ntiil naked to
hoc Mori. Shi'ilff Henry asked lilui
why ho would teu his friend, mid j
met tlio response that ho had u let-!
ler lo give Moil.
Tim Sheriff Bnld ho would look
nfler the letter, mill It wuh luunlcil
In htm. Tlion, when Henry stilted
that ho would look It over, Maklno'a
elerk heeamo very much excited mid
linked to havu the letter given hack.
Tho elcik wished In deliver tlin let
ter In Mori In person. Ills whole
nttljudo In fact wuh mich .ih In
n rouse the suspicion of the Sheila
iih tn tho contents nf the letter, n
Names A. V. Gear
The Place of .
In tlio iianiu of John K, Sumner
revocation of his trust deed tn Carlos
Long was lllod Willi Registrar of Con-u-yiineoH
Merrlani this morning.
Tho lovocatloli sets foil that Sum
ner camelled his iipiKilntmciit of l-ong
on December 1. It'oS nud that on
December 3() ho lelnvestod Long with
tliu title and powers under the deed of
Tho document Ihcn proceeds to
statu "that 1, tho said John Sumner
have luvokcd, coiiutermaiuled and
iiiado void, mid hy theso presents do
icMikc the said Instrument where
by tho said tiustco wan lo-lnvesled
with all mid singular tho trust heroin
In plain of Long, A, V. Hear Is
named to exercise supervision over
Sumner's lands and property In Hono
lulu tho pioporty being located ut Kill
lei. Knpahulil, Kallhl and Knniollllll.
Tho trust deed executed In 11)08 and
under which Long has boon acting
provides that at least threo months'
notice boglvou of tho Intent nf the
evocation of tho m. oih enumerated.
MACON, Ga Nov. 4. President
Taft's train arrived here shortly aft
er 1 o'clock this morning. The
President was up bright and early
to take part in the functions pro
Framed for his brief stay. One of
the features was the President's
speech shaped with a view to im
pressing on the South the desire of
the administration to bring all sec
tions together in a ' kindly spirit.
The train left here shortly before
noon, arriving at Savannah at 6:30.
For Horses and Cattle.
trnnilntlon of which Is given as
t Just hear that mull 'In leaving
hero and cannot write In detail.
Wo decided to take appeal. That
In after 2G men consulted.
Wo nic prepared to go ahead. In
sollclty for contributions
All think that It will ho hotter for
)ou to eonio hack to Wolluku. Pcr
hapH It may not suit entirely with
,nnr convenience, hut hopo you' will
declilo to do so
il mi decldo lo como hack 1 will,
cngngo n houso for ou. Therefore.'
let me know Instantly. At nny rato
I think you had hotter cumo hack
mid test. Attend to Rood thlnRH
first mid put off evil. IT 13 IIKST
TO WAIT I'OR TIIK COMINO OF
Will talk tn you when 1 seo you.
My rcRiird tn all.
(Non do pliimo of Kdltor Yokognwa)
GOOD REPORTS THUS
FAR ON RUSSIANS
Found Atkinson's Promises
All True And They
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"Tho Uusslnns worked woll lust
month, nnd thus Jar tho Impression
thoy ninlin Is favorable."
This Is tho report that comes from
Ohm on the latest addition to tho
ranks of the working men of tho
Accoi ding to Jack Atkinson, tho
Russians, when ho left tlicm, de
clared Hint every piomlfo ho had
mado to them 'had hcon fulfilled.
Theio was only ono yet icnialnliig
to ho pioveil, and that was his state
ment that thov would rceclvo wag
es equal tn a rublo u day. Thoy
could hardly hcllevo this possible,
but ns bo has made good In uvery
other matter thoy would wait mid
Presumably they wore paid off at
tho end of tho month, nnd tho mon
ey thoy were entitled to will wlpo
uwny tho liibt doubt thoy felt. Ono
man wanted In know right away
where tho postofftco was. Whon
asked tho icason for his curiosity ho
said ho wanted to wrllo to his
friends in Haihlii to como ns soon
as thoy could.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 4. Su
gar Beets, 88 analysis, lis 9d.
rarity, 4.40 cents. Previous quo
tation, lis Od,
The Canned Pineapples
That Made a "Hit"
At Seattle Fair
We have just closed a big deal by
reason of which we are enabled to
deliver BY EXPRESS, free of all
a case of one-half dozen tins high
est grade Hawaiian pineapple AT
ANY WELLS FARO EXPRESS OF
FICE IN THE UNITED STATES.
Just think what an appropriate
holiday gift a case of this luscious
fruit will make!
Place your orders with us as
early as possible. Shipment may be
made by any steamer that you may
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
4 ' ''AVu
A flslit was precipitated uver tho.
other IiIIIh Introduced hy Senator
Coolhu, and it was tho opinion of tlio
majority of tlio Senators that whllu
tliu Senate could consider such hilts ut
u special session, that It was out of
nr.lnr fin- llimn In rimntilnr nnvlhlm
foreign to tho purposo of tho special.'"
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to tho Organic Act.
Picsldcut Smith led off with that
view, and wan backed up by twua. -McCarthy,
Kmidscu, Qiilnu, Chilling
worth and llakcr, who all cxptcsscd
tlio opinion that wbilo thcro was merit
in tliu bills. It was not tho prxr tlmu
to consider them. Tho report of tin
Ways and Means Committee on Sen
ntu bills 3, 4. 5 nnd C, was favorable,
with a smal himcndiucnt tn hill (!, hut
Chairman Knudson ngreed in tliu main
with tho repot t, ho believed tliu hills
should bu left to the regular session
mid had no plnco u n special session
called for n Bpcclflc purpose.
Coolhu, speaking 1 nsupHirt of Ills
cuntL'Ulluu,. referred to Section uti nf
tho Organic Act, which rends ns fol
lows; "That tho legislative mwor nf
tho Territory shall oxtond lo nil right-
I ill subjects of legislature' not Incoti-
tlstent with tho Constitution nnd laws I
of thu United States locally applicable. I
Ho remarked that under tlio terms
of that section ho could Introduce any i
hill In this special session to bo con
sidered by tho Legislature.
Knudscn, having been culled upon
by tho President to siienk on tho legal
Hy of tho Legislature considering
Coeiho's bill, said that it was tho pol
icy of tho lawmakers in tho past tn
consider only matters for which spec
ial sessions wore called. Ho thought
It was best for tho members In con
flue themselves to tho consideration
of tho promised hill, which was draft
ed by tlio Governor,
President Smith, on motion of link
er, ordered tho Senate lo Uiko a re
cess unlll 2 o'clock this' afternoon In
ordor lo nllow tho members to famil
iarize themselves with (ho subject.
Amends House Expense Bill,
When thu Joint resolution providing
(Continued on Pate 3)
T0KI0. Nov. 4. The remains of
the late Prince Ito were interred to
day with elaborate and imposing
ceremony. The btfrial rites of the
Shinto faith were observed, and the
funeral was marked by recognition
of the special respect due from all
nations for the great man and his
TRANSPORT DAND AT
MOANA HOTEL TONIGHT
In honor of tho offtcors and ladles
on board tho transiiort' l-ogan, arriv
ing today, tho Montia Hotel will glvo a
dnnco this Thursday evening. Tho
18th Infantry baud, ono of tho best
bands In tho Army, will play through
out tho evening. Uical Army, Navy
nml society folk nro cordially Invited
tn bo present.
rtMMlfliHmiiiswM-TMlwiwilM iTiTYim"" --'- . raMMswnjMMrtiitrr' if "iTittt
This uflcrnuon the Sen'ito confirmed
nil tho appointments mado by Govern
or Krear after tho Legislature had ad
journed last session. Tho following
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Treamrci Uivld I., tonkllng, Juno
Commissioner of Public Lands
Marston Campbell, Juno 30, 19(19.
Himcjnr, Marston Campbell, Juno
Suiwrlnteiidcnt of Public Instruction
Wlnfrcd II. Ilabbltt, November 1,
. Deputy Auditor Oeorgo W, It. King,
November 1, 1909,'
Commissioners of Tnhllc Instruc
tion fvlla It. Paris, April 3(1, 1908;
Mnsnn V. Prosscr, September 25 1909.
Hoard of Health James T. Wnyson.
Mny 1, 1909; William I), llaldwln. May
18, 1909; Krcderlcli S. Smith, Mny IS.
Commissioners (' Immigration
Itiehard Iter. April 30, 1909; Krncst
A. Mott-Snillh, April 30, 1909; Ernest
II. Wodrhonto. April 30'. 1909; A. I,. C.
Atkinson, April 30, 1909;' J. J. Cardcn,
May 7, 1909.
(Continued on Page 4)
Classing himself as n'Bcpubllcan,
but sounding n warning note In the
upper House this morning that It
his bills woro thrown out without
consideration at the special session,
the matter would be mado a cam
paign Issue, Senator, Coehln broke
forth In llery iirraignmont of his col.
leagues for not passing the bills In
troduced hy him.
Ho blamed President Smith, when
president of tho Hoard .of Health,
for' the (ondltlon that oxlsted nt tho
Leper Settlement under which n
number of people were examined
and found not jo have the disease.
"And you, President Smith, with
other lawyers whb wero to blame for
this condition of affairs, now op
poso n measure for providing money
for keeping these poor unfortuntes
who cannot find work anywhere.
Tho plantations will not tnko them.
Thfcy prefer .fyips. What aro theso
poor people going to do?"
Ho called attention to tho bill to
amend tho license net In order to
eliminate tho fees charged llsli,
flower nnd Icl sellers. ' Ho drew
(Continofd on Page 5)
TRUST COMPANY, LTD..
923 Fort Street .
Tho Home of Representatives this
morning concluded tho labors for
which It was called In social session.
With a unanimous oto tlio House
passed tho Concurrent Resolution mo
moralizing Congiess to make needed
amendments to tho Organic Act of tho
Territory. Tho amendments that
wero mado wore few and simply tend
ed lo emphasize soma of tho provi
sions Hint wero Included In tho tenta
tive bill submitted with Governor
The most Important amendment in
corporated In the bill ns approved by
the Ilouso was submitted thin morn
ing hy Representative Douthttt. to
make provision for carrying out tho
details of the advances to homestead
ers resolution Introduced by Repre
Tills proiioscd amendment Ih In sec
tion 4 nt tin. Organic Act relating tn
public Indebtedness. In addition to
grunting tho usual powers of bond Is
sues, Douthllt'a amendment would nl
low tho authorization of lounsJjy.lhc
Territory "for tho development of nat
ural resources and public lands."
The othor amendments approved by
tho Ilnuso Increaso tho pay of Sen
ators nod Representatives from tho
$600 specified In tho Governor's bill to
Another amendment drops out tho
stipulation In Section S, tho laud law
clause, specifying that n non-compll-
anco with the stntcd details of lease
and agreement shall "work n forfeit
ure nf ill right thercundor nnd".
A second nmcnilmcnt to the land
clauso Is In tho fourth paragraph, r"
moving discretionary ipower In tin
drawing of lots for land by Inserting
'shnll" In lion of "may."
Tho last two amendments reduce
tho tlmo required for a privileged
claim in residence on Isnd from
ten years to five, thu samo reduction
in tlmo being mndo in regard In the
privilege attached tn occupation of
public land by a church or religious
Tho House began Its proceedings
this morning hy passing on Its third
f CoaMaudjn hw 3)
Dr. Cook Is
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. Action of
the National Geographical Society
on the polar data presented by Com
mander Robert E. Peary has appar
ently stirred Dr. Cook, who claims
to have tint discovered the pole, to
action. The doctor stated today
that he is now assembling his data,
but he does not say whether he will
have it ready sooner than te end
of the year, the date he. originally
MADAME STEINHEIL TRIAL.
PARIS, Nov.' 4. During the
progress of the trial of Madame
Steinheil for double murder a sen
sation was sprung by the confession
of Stranger that he is guilty of the
crime. The police are disposed to
doubt the man's story, and believe
it merely a trick to possibly gain
the release of the woman charged
with the crime,
Liqu o rRubbe r
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 4. Re.
suits of the election make it clear
that this citv will be more of a wide
open town than at any time durimr
the rule of the reform fcrccs. The
ordinance reducing the nrice of li
auor licenses was submitted to the
people for their decision, and the
canvass of the ballot completed to
day shows that the cheap license
people have won.
(Special Bulletin Cabls.l
L0UI8VHLE, Ky.. Nov. 4. The
state militia has been called out bv
the Governor to protect the peoslc
of Mason Couniv from Night Riders.
" REVOLT LEADER CAPTURED.
ATHENS. Greece. Nor.. 4. Nbt
only has. the revolt of the navy,
against the government been Duell
ed, bnt today all the conspirators
were taken into custody.
On the second day of the revolt
Lieut. Tibaldos, who led the revolt,
escaped with a few of his friends on
a torpedo boat. The lieutenant and
his followers were today captured
and will be dealt with according to
WASHINGTON, Nov, 4. Re
ports received here are to the effect
that the Nicaragua rebels are gain
NEW ORLEANS, La., Nov. 4.
Dispatches from the scene of the re
bellion' in Nicaragua state that
President Zelaya's forces are ad
vancing on the town of Rama, the
base of the rebel operations. The
battle toon to take place will large
ly determine the final result of the
fight for the control of the govern
ment. Inter-Island end 0,KsU shipping
books for sale it the B u 1 1 a 1 1 o
nfflee. If. ch.
We serve the best meal in the city
and serve the meals' best. There is
a distinction, The difference is in
the price of onr good meals and the
indifferent ones served elsewhere.
Hotel, near Union.
Oxford For those who want com
fort and dependable wear
coupled with that satisfied
feeling of having a shoe cor
rect in every way.
Sold exclusively at
(Snecia! Bulletin Cable.)
TRENTON, N. J., Nov. 4. A
combination of the rubber interests
ef the country were broncht to pub
lic notice here today when applica
tion was filed fi,r the organization
of a corporation cnpitaliz'd at fortv
millions of dollars. This will take
in large rubber interests thioughout
To Mare Island
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Hcv. 4. It
reported today from apparently rcr"
l'clle .sources Hint the Federal offl-.
cert are contemplating the rccom
ircnjation of the construction of a
million dollar causeway to connect
the'toxn of Valleio and the naval
station at Marc Island.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. The offl
cers of the Atlantic t liner Princo
Joachim, arriving here today, state
that while the ship wis at sea the
strong vault for enn-jimr Valuables
was robbed of 7,000. There is no
clue to the robbers.
LtllilN SAILS AT
Tho United States transput l Ix
gan, arriving from Manila thin aft
ernoon, will bo dispatched tn Kan
r'rnnclseo nl 10 n'clnel. tomorrow
morning. Several kx I ; I functlniin
will bo given thin cvciiIiik In honor
of tho ollkors uud .ladles nt thu
Klghtenth Infantry. '
An enlisted man belonging to tho
.Klght) cntli lurnntry Juiui'.! from
tlio deekn of that vessel an sho was
straining from Nagasaki tn Hono
lulu. Ills bndy was not recovered."
The mall was deliberate In his prep
arations for committing suicldu'.
Iarrlng this Incident, the trip of tho.
transport wns.nii uneventful one.
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