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VOL. XI. NO. 4483. 20 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 4, 1909 20 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTi. Jf!
UN Al ii LOCAL HANDS
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Island Is Sold By Irwin
Wm. 0. Irwin, thinugh Ills nlttir-
ncy In f.irl, W.iIIpi M. (ildnid, has
i dIiI IiIh lutcirsts In the Islun.l of
I .inn I In ii local s)iidliutP mailn up
of John T. McCiowcn, Frank Thump
on, Cecil 111 own anil liny & Robin.
The mini pa porn in this ricnl were
Flgncd HiIh morning, .Mr. Ulffitrd
turnliiK over I lie property In behalf
of Mr. Irwin and the Henry Water-
lionrp TiiihI Couipuny incepting II at
trnslpcH for the syndicate.
The price paid for tho Island In
The now syndfeato will tal.o con-
tiol of the property on the llrst day I
f.r ffitntti... n.m ..r ii.n nui ti.tntn
done hy the now owncis was to
provlilo 11 homo on I lie Island for
ChnrloH (lay, who lias long teen n
resident of the Island mid who Ik
lonckd'Upun hy tho liundiPd or inoro
Hawaiian rei.ldcntH km particularly
IntcrerJtod In their welfare.
This largest deal in Inland rcai
ciitato has been under way for nomo
weekn. thono making up tho nyudl-
CHte halug gone, very tboiougbly
Into tho posnihllltlen of deVTItipmcht
LONDON, Deo. 4. A tremendous
demonstration Indicative of the great
excitement prevailing among the
people was held today in Trafalgar ,
c(junr. ajic uciiiuimrauuu was ai-
iretrd against the Hourc of Lords
and the action of the Lords in over
riding the budget of the Commons.
NEW YORK, Dcp. 4. George
Crnrker. the Ean Francisco capital.
1st, died here today after a long ill
ncis. HILO PCOPLF. PHAY FOR RAIN.
This rrom tlm IIMo He-aid: Hlln
people want n day nel apirt for pray
rr for rain no as lo got rid of tho dust
and grippe, saliirilii'llin pluru with n
few d'lj'tt of moisture ami return llio
toun to Ita norm.il condition.
To make sure of having your ex
press or fntit shipments arrive at
mainland points for Christmas, you
fhould send them to our offico in
time for forwarding by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St.
pn tlm tttnntl. Tho prlp paid
.onsldeied very rciMinnhlo, an tlio
Irian I Is nulil In icpicsont to Mr.
li win iii nxpcn.lltuic of something
The syndicate gets the whole of
the, Ix'uml. That portion formerly
owned by tlio Teriltnry w.'Ih tiirncl
over to Mr. Irwin under a land ex-
change carried through liy (lovcrnor
Carter al a vnlne of $109,000. Tho
piopcity goes to the syndicate In
lleo simple, the liwln Intcicsts com-
prising tlio whole Inland with tho
exception of n very few Hawaiian
John T. MtCrosseii Is the head or
,iu .... -,..... Hr.,.,.. i. annnl.l.t-,ir
the deal this morning. Mr. McCros-
cn "tilted that the plan was 'to de -
vclop tho water soul ret of the Inland
more extensively. Wlillo he say
nothing of tills, It In ohvlotts that
MrCronsou lielluvea thcie In more wa-
Icr lo be had on the inland than has
cen been lirought to general notko.
The rnnrli lanilsNvlll be devoted
to raining uittlo and nfiecp under tho
nionl approved plann. and In tho-near
future It Is expected that there will
a riantsJil?0'?:C are I e s s
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4. At
torney Henri filed a motion in court
today that the charges of bribery
against Former Supervisor Wilson
be dismissed. This is one of the
famous graft cases, and the motion
will be argued at a later date. The
r.eneral course of events teems to
indicate that much is hoped of the
new city administration in conncc
tion with the graft cases,
MANILA, Dec. 4. Eleven mem
bers of the constabulary were killed
tcday in a fight with a body of fa
natical natives of Mindanao. The
tribesmen lost twenty men in the
Mr. Rller. In charge of thu Illio
lalhwiy punslriirllou work. In In town,
(Ireat work Is helu ilonv on tho new
lond. over flftv-threo Ihoiinand nquaro
ynnln of paith being moved In ono
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.
b0 n gpnernl ilutrliipinl'iit of nipd
i.grlciilturnl pursuits. II In hoped
() induce settlers In orrupy the por-i
tlmiH of nralile land and to luivn
(hem Interested fin plnnlejs In tlio
iliffprcnt enterprises In which the
syndicate will engage.
I Thcie nro about 30,000 lines of
' i.trrlrM, tlm nl limilu (itilultln Hit. rtitlrh
area a. The total nren of tho Inland
Ik 100,000 ncrex. Of tho lexH deslr
nhlo landn for Kcncriil cult Iviit lim,
Mime ten to fifteen thouimnd neren
will lio planted in slnal.
SicnKlng of llio pioapeeU for iiriI-
tulturi.llsts on the Inland, Sir,
f!roHirii u;ilil Mild iiiornlnir'.
'linve on hnnnl some of the ilcepwj.
,nl richest gull to ho found on nnv
ltOnnd of Ibis group, nud for such
pi (iducts us ran bo grown there will
ylold perhaps far In excess of what
night ho oxpcctcd from any other
lands we know of."
Tho piling for development nro
claliorato and will furnish an outlet
for protltnbto Investment of loeal
funds and nlnn mono)- frouuthe main
land. AL!IJ n-J!
CHERRY, 111., Dec. 4. Durine
the investigation into the cause of
the terrible mine disaster at this
tilaco evidence was brought out to
day thnt the nrc was caused by the
rarclcsincrs of the child of a la
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 4. The
gnnhoat Princston is coaling, pre
sumably in preparation for service
in the southern water.
ALL HANDS LOST
LONDON, Dec. 4. The steamer
Ellen Vannin, with thirty-three peo
ple on board, has been lost in the
storm that has been sweeping the
PRAIRIE STILL ASHORE
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 4. The
transport Prairie is still hard and
fast on the shore. Her complement
of men has not been transferred.
I)r. K, S. Goodhue lll return to bis
work In Kona b Ibo next steamer,
new cases of typhoid having developed
fllice ho left. The peoplo has called
for 'his return and he will answer It
though it provents him frum loaving
for tho coast on a vacation with his
family as ho had Intended doing,
for tho llrcnse and auditor's office
Manager Jared 0. Smith of tho Ko
na Tobacco ranch. Is In town. Ho ro-
portB tho prospect for tobacco still ex
cellent. W. H. Smith of Hllo and J. Castle
llldgway, formorly of Hllo, havo been
admitted to practice liefore tho Su
premo Court of tho United States. Mr.
Itldgway practiced law In Hllo for a
number of years and also did noma
ttoik on tlio Hllo Trllntno, or which
Mr. Smith was formerly tho editor.
Tho motion for their admission to
piacllco liefnro tlio rourl was mado hy
Hoii.cor.tinimrai .jhiwors. of tho ne
RAPID TRANSIT IS
Comfort of Patrons Is
I EQUAL TO THE IEST
SchC(ji and Improvcmenti to Be
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Made in Future Kicks ARainit
Slow-Moving Cars Arc Uncalled
By A. F THAYER. .
1 You Know moat eerybody bclloci
In a eonntltutlonnt rlpni to klcl nt a
'orporallon, eHpeclnlly a
coinpany. Ilelng somewhat of 11 brom
'Ide Hie wrl cr easily inllt. In mind
"'"'" KlrKieis as inene: "i never
know mis par to run no mow uns
morning." "Dear mr. will that par
never come." "8ay, Mint do ou
think of this street tar sntem, aln t
it awful!" "I could have made th
name distance In a walk sooner than
this ar did It."
Of coiiikp Unrest passenger never
C. G. BALI.ENIYNE
Manager of the Rapid Transit &
Rtopped lo fiiusldcr that he, got out
of bed tweuty minutes late, could not
llnd a clean shirt, and swallowed a
badly i colled breakfast, fearful of bo-
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Jlmmp Ciano llio brolhoi of Man-
ager L,rane ot Ihe uazelto Co., iiroku (han onco. It Is not only of great In
bis colh.rb.ino rppenlly In an arcldcut torC(lt fmm (h con8dcra,on of
t I'ahoa, where ho is employed by tho
Hawaiian Development Company.
Sealed loaders will bo received by bao the funds with which to orect
the Superintendent of Public Works tho necessary building and mountings
until 12 in, pf Wednesday, Decehber far these instruments. If such a build
in, 1909, for furnishing tho Depart- lug could bn provided, tho Collcgo will
ment of Public Works with 18,000 bo In a position to properly mount
lln. ft. of 12 Inch wooden stave plpo, thoso instruments and provldo othor
delivered f. o. b. ship's tacklo, Ka- sultnhle Instruments. Includlnc a sld.
Specifications and proposal blanks
en file In the Department of Public
Tho Superintendent of Public
WorkB reserves tho right to reject
uii) or all bids. ' '
Siipeiintcndent of Public" Works.
Dept. ot I'iibllc Works, Honolulu
Nov. 8,- 1909
Get your pastry at the
M'BRYDE AGENCY TO
BE WITH HOUSE
OF A. & B.
Wallace Alexander Sa;s
They Have Come
MTTVE STOCK SELLING
Ml WHOLE MARKET STRONG
Waialua Touchta 125, and the Whole '
List Is Very Strong Oahu
Sutrar Goes to 33 Record End
ot Kecord Week.
"We have come to ternm."
Thlri statement wun iiihiIu by Mr.
Wallace Alexander ot the firm of Alex-
.....If... XV ttlilu'llt In n II l, I I n I I tl 1,1 ill
dptalln will he arranged when
mis was an Mr. Aiexanoor woum
wiy iul u nivaun inai iivAHiiuur k
Oaldwln will take tho agency of Mc
llryde as anticipated by tho men who
bcllore In the future of tho plantation.
Kverywhero the belief was general
that the matter of'the Mcllrjdu agency
Is settled, the committd Hint wuu(
over thu plantation having found tho
reports as stated to them hy tho Mc
llryde" representative.,,... - ,
j On tho Stock Bxclmngn the Block
was selling strong at 8.7S and closed
with the mat-kct practically cleaned
up and 7 asked. Nearly two thousand
rharcs of the stock changed hands
during tho Inst twenty-four hours at
The whole market was very strong
i Waialua selling at 123, Hawaiian Com
mercial at 37.73. Kwa at 32 and Oahu
MONEY NEEDED '
Telescope Is Ready
I Tho coming jettr will be an unusu
al one for astronomical slghto. Not
only will there bo soveral rcllpsra.
both of tho sun and moon, and alno
suvoral conJunitlonH of tho planets,
but tlio object of greatest Interest will
bo tho return to our skies of Halley's
comet. This comet returns to us onro
In about "r years, and Is, therefore,
vlklble to only a few neonlo moro
mathematics, astronomy, and physics,
but also historically. Tho Collcgo of
Hawaii now possesses a six-Inch tele
st'opo, with timing devico and other
appurtenances, also a three-Inch equa
torial transit and several other In
struments. It does not, howuvor,
oral clock, chronometer, and tho like,
to tho end that equipment for educa
tional purposes may bo provided. With
this equipment It would bo tho Inten
tion to orgonlio courses in popular as
tronomy for thoso who may bo Inter
ested and also'to offer an opportunity
for tho peoplo at largo to seo tho com
et and other stellar bodies through tho
telescope. Tho ohsrvatory would bo
almost exclusively educational In Kb
nature lis an Institution for tho ad-
Ivancemcnt of tho science of astrono
my would require much moro elabor
ate apparatus and much greater time
than at tho present is available.
In searching the environs of Hono
lulu for a sultablo situ It has been
thought that somo portion of the Wal
alao ridge of Kalmuki affords tho best
Ideation. This location seems most
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Leal Is Ready
This la tho Grand Jury's vlndlcatl
Circuit Court, First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Investigation of Joteph Lcil D the Grand Jury.
We, the Grand Jurors respectfully
that after full Invertigatlon, and tho
I find that Joseph Leal is Innocent of any
I protection of any gtmbllrtg or for tho
in ny wiy,
We desire to fully and complete
sire to recommend to the Sheriff of t
s an act of justice to Mr. Leal, he sh
tives, thereby retaining for the bene
end efficient officer.
Dated, Honolulu, December 3, 19C9.
"Although I have been vindicated
by tin; (Irand Jury and recommended
for reinstatement. I havo no idea of
entering tho polke department again
during the present ndmlnlnttatlnn,"
said Joo Leal In mi Interview Ijirt
"I never could work in harmony
with the present heads and will not
attempt to do so. When tho Inevi
table change In the police department
takes place, I will ho a pandldatcHor,
a higher ofllpp than'Chlef of Detect)
"I was making good money as an
niilfimnliltn innti ulinn KherlfT .lurrott
who was absolutely up against it for
a chief who rould rlpan up the town
of burglars, sent for mo and offered i
mo the position of chief. '
Jurors Also Hold
After careful Investigation of the
rhargi'R inailo against Willie Crawfoid
tho Territorial (Irand Jury lux lukin
the Hamo aril. in that It tisik In reganl
lo I lie unrounded allegations brought
by tho Advertiser against Joo I.o.il sis
chief of detect iveH.
Crawford was nl-
Ipgp.l to navo extorted nionpy rrom a
Chinese on thu prptfnso of securing
thu dropping of a charge of helling
opium, This allegation the (Irand
Jurors did not find to bu supported In
"There was evidence of animus
against Crawford In tlio ch.irnrtei of
tlm evl Ipiieo "presented " slid nnu of
the Oram! Jurora this morning" Theio
na llltlo or nothing to hear out tho
Htlei-ntlniiB tnnili. "
With Ix-al and Crawford as .1 Icsnu
This TRUMP Russia Button Dluchcr Oxford with
fancy perforations and fancy diamond tip, is a member of
the well-known "ALL AMERICA" family noted for their
Thirty new late models just in.
Open Saturday evenings.
for the Future
on of Jo:cph Lc.il, former Thief of'
report In the above entitled milterJ
examination of many witnesses, wej
charges of rercivlng money for. the
violation of the lav.: of ll.c Territory!
ly exonerate him, and we further de
he City and County of Honolulu that
culd be reappointed Chief of Detec
f.t of the community a most valiiabtsj
W. C. WILDER.
Foreman of tVic Grand Jury.
"I look I In1 Job and I lenvp It to the,
public lo h.iy win llier I made good or. (
not. When I tool, office llieio wasfjv i
ipguhir Imrglar san on, and Slierlffi
Jarrott wan In hot wnlpr all the linn'.'
Tt; papern wem unking pery day,
I jm:t what the polio1 meant In do
anil still the houses in tin- hiiluirlm
and city vpip being gone through al-
most nlglitl and iuikIi viJualiln siult
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nMi- fi..ii. . jg
"I iook tlio Jon at a real tors as t.ir,
asinotiey wenl, Ijeciinne I vns making
'more In the iiiiloniolille-icnt tiuslneaa
As soon as I rniiKbt all Hip htirgl.iraij
-nn.l nlniim ,1 tin flu. ffiun t ri-iinlvi.'d In
resign my position but-1 was prevail
pd tiptui o stay with II.
"I repeat that I would not work with
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i tlio AdvprtlK-r should bio'vtt.i on ttif
llauipls for a while as far a:i tlej Tcr-
iltmiil (Irand Jiirv In ronrerncd.
The iiorllon of Hip (Irani ,luryre3
pit relating to (.rawiord rends liiilullj
as follow h:
"And we. tho (liMiiil Jurors, further?
leport Hint we Iiiinii Invpnltrjiled Iboj
charges undo against W II. ('rnwfor.U
of evIortliiK luoti."' from onw I.al
Dark lij thie-ith to have said l.al .
Hark pmnriilPd for sellliu; opium,
and on tho assertions thai h-i h idt)4eu
liistrunientnl In securing tho di-tvi'lni:
of a erlinlnal ihargo ngiiliiKl sa1d:1.al'j
wick lor K'liliig opium, ami wonbM
my thai wp do not llml Dip nvldpncn
sufllpleiit to sustain sued elnrgwn nr?
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