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V01- Xl N0, 4m- ' PAOE.-H0N0LULU. TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1909.-1O PAGES
joe im: vwdkated
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ROME. Italy. Dec. 3. The Ital
ian Consul at Nicaragua has been in
structed to use every means avail
able to protect the lives and proper
ty of Italian subjects now in Nicara
IONDON. Dec. 3. Pailiament was
prorogued today and the final details
completed in the appeal to the peo
ple on the famous budget of the Lib
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 3. The
transport Prairie that went ashore
while clearing this port for the Car
libcan, is fast and cannot be nulled
en without further lltjlitenine;. It
is throueht that the Dixie may take
the marines that were to be carried
to the front by the Prairie.
GO BACK T0"W0RK
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SEATTLE Wash , Dec. 3. The
larce number of switchmen of the
northwestern roads who went out on
strike in sympathy with those" at Mis
souri river points, have returned to
v Santa Chins will makn his second
nppeainncn nt I. II. Kerr Co.1
Slum tnniortnw afternoon at 2 o'clock
sh.up anil will No on iliity every day
mil II Chilstmus.
Theiu will ho music and singing
i very evening.
This III in hns always been In tho
lunl with Holiday' Hoods, lint this
J oar their display Mirpassos eery
It will lie well to purchase early
wlillu the assortment Is Inrge, ulid
Kiintn Claim will inaKo his delivery
euily Cliilstmns nun nine, the goods
lining packed away for ou until tbnj
To make sure of having your ex
press or fruit shipments arrive at
'mainland points for Christmas, you
should send them to our office in
time for forwarding: by
Island Fruit Co..
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72 S.-Kin; St. Phone 15,
Huxm jjiaiSkiJi.,. ,jv.,i..iia'j-it.'ji..-.-i),r., ,
Horlarpc Phvcirinnc Art
ivviuivo ii;oiuuiio mv
PRACTICALLY CONFIRMS '
THE PORTLAND INTERVIEW
Say's-AH Local Hospitals Have Been
Clcsed to Him Because of His
Stand on the 'Molokai Ques
tion. In the course of a statement made
this mointng by Dr. J. C. O'D.iy,
whii h lie Intended to be a practical
denial of the assertions attributed to
lit in wlillu la I'oitlaud, Dr. J. C.
O'Diy practically tonnrined tho
liulli of the general terms of the
Interview In which bo denounced
thu udmlnlstintlon of the Molokai
icttlement and the people of the Ter
lltory. "I told the Interviewer." said the
ilixlclnn. "that this enuntry was In
III grill Of a (.limit 11 IliUalnnnri
element tlmi'luul things tliclr
own way. I also told them that
thcie were a number of iihislclans
here who wcio nrter my scalp and
would not be content until they had
O'Duy conttmied v:tli n lentrthv
ncooiuit of hisNlslt to Portland and
what ho termed thu dellbcrnto mis
representation or his attltudo and
statements made thero In rcgatd to
the people of Hawaii, Ho apparently
failed to obscrvo that Ills stntemciit
it bote- quoted amounted to n iiractl-
uil toullrmatlon of Uio bitter terms
of the roitlnml Interview which he
itemed with emphasis and Indigna
tion upon his rotum to the. 'Terrl
toiy. According to Dr. O'Dal's further
assertion thla mornlnir. tint animus
that is held against him bv the nliv.
slclans of the Torrllory is so meat
that ho hns been shut out fiom tin-
hospitals and n deliberate and run.
Bplied attempt Is being madu to ruin
In declaring that tho local, hospi
tals have lieeiwliwp,! in ii.,, i,.,,.....u
of his attllmri and the feeling that
hns boon engendered ngalnst him
among thu local members of the pro-
iission, r. ITU.iy mi d that tin lulil
the Portland Interviewer that Im
lonlldently exiiectcd that another
hospital would be built nj an out-
loino of tho cnmpalgn tlmt was belne
waged against him. and that it
would give him an opportunity to
icsunio and continue tho practice of
is proiesijion without suffering un
iler tho hnndliups that have been
Imnosed on him bv tlm miiinniMiiii ,.r
tho hostilo phjslclans.
Dr. ODay Insists Hint the true
m (Continued on Pae-e 5)
THE TIME TO MAKE -YOUR
WILL IS NOW TODAY.
WE WILL ,BE PLEASED TO EX
PLAIN TO YOU THE DETAILS
AND ASSIST YOU IN DRAWING
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
923 Fort St. .. .
The Terrlloil.il (Srnnd Jury tills nf
tcrtioon absolutely vindicated Juu l-cal,
former thief or detectie, or ail thu
urges that have been made ngalnul
Mm. In addition to finding thu accu
sation without the slightest founda
tion, In fact, thu report or thu Grand
Jury embodies an omphalic' recom
mendation that he be reinstated us
This morning the Grand Jury met In
uie my mill nt :i,ociock nud lenened
the Investigation Into the alleged gralt
or x-Clilef or Detectives l.oal.
The first witness colled was Apill
ona. who Is reiKirted as having
coniirmeii the statements made
hy Mellenry, the self-confesred
Kamblcr. ami nddeil a little to tho rnr
mcr's statement, Apnlloiia, or Naio
Icon, ns Mcllenfy rcrerred to him
fenld Hint Willie Vlda made overtures
to him to stait a game, and that ho
was nfralil that there would he troali e.
VJda then Bald that ho hud seen U-il
and that everything was nil right.
Thu two then started and inn a
game ror three nights on rjorctanlu
uvenuo and King, near tho rallrojd
depot. They lost money In a game
called Klondike, anil closed on tho
third nlsht. Two or three weeks after
that they opened up on Ilcretnnla nenr
the Ah Kwnl building mid played there
for about three weeks until the Jap
nnpso tQok-thp game to King Htreol,
uiiir ICnlukaua nvenuc.
In tho Inst place they only run for
fho days ami then returned to the Ah
According to Atiallnna's statement
l.eal was to get one shnto of all thu
winnings. Apaltonn stated Hint' Vlda
wns stationed nt tho Iloynl Annex to
watch tho txillce station and glio
tico when the omcera showed signs or
BLUEFIELDS, Nicarajrua, Dec. 3.
Information was receicved here .today
that Col. Quademuz with one' hun
dred men has deserted the ranks of
Zelaya's army and joined the rebel
forces under den. Estrada.
Reports were received here that
Zelaya has fourteen hundred .men
near Rama and two hundred of these
are incapacitated throueh 'rickneu
that prevails in the camps.
COAL FOR FIGHTERS
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. 3.
The United States collier Leonidas
has been ordered to proceed to Fort
Limon for the purpose of supplying
coal to the American warships now
at that port.
MARKET IS STRONG
Large SaleEwa At
High Figures And
. All Are Active
A mighty strong market cnltotnlictt
tho situation In stocks today, Tho
sales luported today were the largest
and tho prices wero higher thari nt
uny time in tho recent aein.on of high
prices nud largo trnusactloi.fc.
ulna Is being cleaned uu and all tho
available block olfered at C.25 Is said
to hnvo been taken up. Over, a thou
8lii(l shares of Ewa hnvu been bought
from tho Coast nt 31.75. a good bharo
ot tho deal having been retorted to
day. Nearly a thousand shares of Mc-
l!rydo has changed hands nt 0.50 and
vory HUIo Is to bo had nt thUUDgtiro
as, tho people generally believe that
thoiigoncy of thnt plantation will b
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,UirJ,,l',l-J-J ,-i u - .Mi
thief of detecthes. It Is stnted that
thu conclusion of the (Irand Jury was
iii.anlmoiis and that I lie members be
lieve that the character of the wit
rtsses summoned to' bear out tho
rhnrges against l.eal materially weak
ened thu contentions of malfeasance
made by Jnrrclt, The Grand Jury te
(.ortcil to Presiding Judgo l) Holt nt
The llrst time tho game slnrted l.oal
was to get u quarter share, but the in the acceptance or evidence coming
Japanese then cumo in and demanded fiom J. II. Mellenry who, according
n share, nnd Mellenry dropped out. to the statements appearing in tho
Apnllona said thut ho personally paid Advertiser this morning, has set lilm
luoncy to l.oal at the Matter's house, telf down us a coir-confessed gambler.
Willie Vlda sometimes accompanied It Is strongly Intimated thnt 111 feel
him to Lenl's house, but always re- Ing has existed between McHcniy,
nialned in another room when the I who nt tho present tlmo Is a bartender
money changed hands. nt h llethel street retort, and the now
Mellenry had brought "phoney" dice lUposul chlet or detectives. Mellenry
into thegame nnd they had been taken.
by Vlda, and turned oer to l.e.il. When
mo cnxjKen nice mm neon uirneii over
tii Ixal, Vlda had tried to make out
that Mellenry was not straight, ami
mil ms reputation in China and Ma
nila was n bad one.
Mellenry was then called up before
Leal nnd wnrjed to get out of the
country as soon us osslblo as men ot
his soil were not'wftnted Iti'llonoliilii.
Tho second witness called this morn
lug was SlierlK Jarrett and ho told nt inline tho fitness or unfitness or a pb -
how hu Mnil'gJilnuM the evfdonce nmllic offtclil. t
of the trniibh hu had had"in keeping Uy his own declnratf('iu to"Sheriff
his wltneses to the one story.
.Mntsu. the ynrdbody or tho cx-chlef
ot detectives, was also called 'and told
what he knew of the visits or Vldn and
Apaltnna to the l.eal home. 'James
IXidd mid Mike raton wero also called
but at noiiil tho Jury adjourned till
I Considerable surprise Is evinced nier
A p a I i o n a!
Apnllona, after finishing his evi
ilcnco before tho Grand Jury, wus seen
with rercrenco to thu statement sun-
I-osed toMiavu been made by him to
"1 made no written statement to the
Fherirr. I was called to his offlco and
waB asked a lot of questions from a
typowilttcn Bheet. I was practically
foiced to answer tho questions and
cannot remember tho drift of them. I
never saw nny money paid over to
:.eal nor did I ever pay uny money to
-cal at his own humo or anywheru
"All tho long statement In tho Ad
vtrtlter was news to mo and 1 deny
that I pver mado such statements."
Precipitation Last Night
.53 of an
Fifty-three hundredths of nn Inch
was the registered rainfall last night,
according to tho olTlclnl gaugii at the
weather bureau and there nro good
prospects foe Increased precipitation
continuing, the showers during thr
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Get your-pastry at the
- M,,K i JSj; 1 jj A. JjiAtoJt4 jattU!1
The decision of the Grniiil Jury did
l.nt come as a surprise to thosu who
vcro familiar wlllr the character of the
uvhk-nco procured by Jnriett and thu
Advertiser. The vindication is nbsrt
li.tn and iiniiualllluil and clears Jnu
l.eal of j'licli and every of the charge
Madu against him,
tho nltlludi' assumed liv the nrosrcnl-
'ors of former Chief of Detectives l.eal
lias admitted to tho police officials that
he Is u gambler and has Indulged In
in" prontauie out nerarious vastlinu al -
niosti since tho time li was able to
nnuuie a mi or'pastboard or spin thu
top of a roulette wheel.
Tho contention Is raised by thosu
who believe In the Kllcy or tho square
ileal In the U-nl or nny other matter,
tl.nt stntoments emanating tromn man
or Mellenry a stamp should not bo
not-., u hi mieu ii cullies io outer-
Jurrett, Mellenry admits linvlng ar-
hod at Honolulu on last May. Worl
to that tlmo ho was a resident or
Shanghai. Mcttenry has engaged In I Tho most dimcult question
various gombllng enterpilses at thu'lu the iirolilem that has bcci
I'flrltl it tlin h'ftf ITlCif nl,l nl n tlnm .... ......
I'nrls of the Far East, nnd nt a time
when tho now Deputy Attorney Gen-
vrai Aiinrows ami several llouolulii
(Continued on Page 31
July 4 Is
NEW YORK. Dec. 3.The
articles in the championship prize
neni oeiween Jim Jeffries and Jack ""- r " nunvy rnm m tast night
Johnson were signed in this city to- co,i,1le;1 ",lth ll'o promlsu of incruised
day ' ,1'reclpltntlon. Acting Oovernor Mot-
The articles call for n flht nf ?.ml"l. nml c;lmlbell helluvo that tho
t . j "5ntt ?i ,lmo hn8 C0fA" hen a determined er
2telBrt.1 fort should bo rnndo toward p.ovldlng
on the Fourth of July, either in Utah an Immedlato lnsurnnco ngulnst the fit
or California. - , turu
It is agreed that the refere tHal! , '.. '
be named sixty days before the fight
takes place. The talk of the men in-
terested indicates that 1hev In
favor of the fight being held either
at Colma in California or in Salt
RAIMENT WAS OF
Hoped to Rival Darling
Krnnelsco l'lonet clulhis Io bo a I'or.
to Itlcan but hu also makes pretuntluns
to hu a strong ilval of Darling, tho unco
lamoiis "luturo man" who roamed thu
iiiidraped fastness of Kakuuko ami Ku
llhi. The IMouet appearnnco around tho
police station thin imirnliitr iimdn ii
noise greatly resembling that coming
from a mail suffering from thu heat.
Aiinjed In an aged but cheerful amllo
and a pair of trousers or almost Illegal
Hiuwiy nu siicceeited III some-respects
In going Ihu 'Tresli Air Klends" sumo
What thu I'oito Itlcan lnckml In
ciolhlng, ami that was a plenty, hu
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 2SB.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phoat IN,
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AGREE ON PLANS
Officials of Territory
Confer On The
Difficult Question of Water Depart
ment Finances Is Theme of
Lengthy Consultation Audi
tor Fisher's Attitude.
A conference wns held this morning
between Acting Governor MottSiniih.
Attorney General l.otrln An liens, ijiip
crliiteiident Marstou Campbell nnd I
iAmiii,,, - nshcr at which a geueril
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v," "-' perplexing problems of Tel
rilorl il nuntices that have arisen In
connection wlth.Silperlnlendenl C.imic
boll's lforts to rellovo the thrum-mug
condition or thu citj's water ,.f,ipl.
Tho contract thut has been let for, the.
placing of tho now high lift iiunrtr j.i
tant.i Ml eel will be cart led oiu
ho tirovidous for thn building.
vlll bo lert to the udinlulstratlvu ills -
",0,! of the SMiiriil "n" K
T.lf. IVMIf-ll l Intnl.. iKkumiiil nl .till . i.
nriu- ,iiu,,.,t.,i r i..- n... n..r...,..n.. ,.r
the cxecn'he oITlcers of the Territorial
'i-niernnn-ni nn. weiliei- Cri,,,,i,oii .,...
Uessed thu legal right to let contracts
I tl1 .. livlr III.. f...I.I.. tit li.l.lnl. .. A..I .,
,.i. n...n iit 1.111(111 lll (Vtlltll nUllllil
not actually he In tho Treasury of thei
Tifrrttnry until some tiifure date when
inu reienues or me water dopnrtmeut,
1..III l.n. .. ,!... ..ll,.l...l t.
iin kiiiu iwtui luiatirii, it was iiui
this basis that Auditor I'lsher n38iiincd!dent Taft has completed ills mcssace-J
thu attitude that was mlsrcprusentid to Congress. a
to shirv, apparently, that tho Ten I
tori il Auditor was standing in tho Maj
or p ogrci-K toward a relief rtf tho clt's
v"ir s)stem Tho legal doubt ub to
I l.o st-itus or tho water department lev
times canned Acting Attorney General
i-orrin Amtrews to be called Into con-
siiltiitlon and It Is now believed that
Campbell possesses tho necessary uu-
thorlty to proceed with such mensuns
in mi emergency uaiiiro as will Du Jus
tilled by thu results.
Thu work on tho placing of the high
lift llllmil. Which him been Klnir 1,11..
ror severnl enrit ulll l.u rxul.n.i .. in. I
all the speed possible. While tho local.
water situation has been relieved in a
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(Spsciel Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON Dee T A. terrible i
sicnn 13 rat-nj anntr the "jiiiKlisii.
rent. Eight ccastin? C3sels have
'been unven a shore in the Irak,.
I The capfn n erd mate of the steam
.ship Ccur..1 ucre waehed ovcr
j board while battling v;ith the cle
Nothing has been heard of t!i2
steamer T'fisi'.emcre, which was
I taught at sta durintr the storm, nnd
fears nre exirevcd that the vessel
lias foundered with all on board.
ii. u , . V'i S: J' . A".8
EuBf. the comictcd boodlcr and old-
.time t03s of this city, wns released
n a v.t....
i lrom J"11 t0(Jly. "c havinpr been able
to secure the rcouiicd bail of :00.
0C0. The pliysicians named by
Judge Cabanif.3 to examine Ruef
i: !. i.. i. in
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A ho Ui-Mh
Out of Jail
iosciui diujcuii Cable.) evi
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SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 3. Suuar.
uo decrees test. 4.313. IireS...x
".notation, l.- i.
12 7 1-2(1.
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with nno of their characteristic ilniice.i
tonight The minlc.il program will 1...
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iiinnxiuiK uie roiuiiiiiy invited to at
tend. hip and stylish footwear.
When ready to buy your
Summer outfit, look for
Rice &. Hutchins marl
of merit. To fully cn-
. joy the summer months
your ehots must be
comfortable and not
'cramp the toes. If
you will examine our
vxiorus tor summer,
you will bo amply repaid
and experience a pleasure
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