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VOL. XI. .NO. 4485.
PRICE 8 CENTO, fj
1 2 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1909. 12 PAGES.
Allen exploitation of hinds woulii
Ipo beneficial In Japan Ik tliu l1rm bo
lief of M Zumnlo. I'Mimeor if ll.
Jiipnn Times of Tnklo. who was hurc
wiiii mo Japanese i oninicrcini i nin-
"lvcr sincu the dujs or Iko1 illou wc
havo been tni'ght to hell i tint the
occidental worbl sought to ohiuln ell-
promucy by gaining kis imsle.u of tho
public lundH. Coniequcnt'v we have
been somewhat coin-ervnlh. In our
Ideas of the administration or i iiuIh.
We do not permit nlle'U to own our
lands, lint we do irniti tliem to ue
the surface soil fur nlninl nnv pur-
Iioo under lease, which may be ex-
lended over a t"-ni of noil vmrs. t to rhaneterlzcd this solely as trndl
havo stroiiKly advocated a change In tlonal. nnil fin- thai reason tho ten
our svstcm which will permit foreign- dciicy has been rather to preserve
era to come Into our rnuutiy and to a i that feeling than to open the resources
iulrn tltlo to our linds." and soils of Jnpin to foreign oxploltn
This seems a fair proposition but (Continued as Page 21
Appropriation Bill Is Up
There Is n strong possibility of tho
City and Conty appropriation bill,
which Is Intended to cover tho runnluK
exi'iises of tho local government for
tho next six months, being passed nt
tho rcRtihir mooting of' the Hoard of
Supervisors to bo held nt tho Mcln
tyro building tonight,
' Tho City and County unions hae
spent some time In Riling oer the
meaHiiie. They have gone through tho
biiiemi of the police department. It
hae wielded the pruning knlfu In
(having down mmiio of thu estimates
submitted before tho body,
That there Is cnrfsldcrablo feeling'
lii'lween the ii'ajorlty members of tho
Hoard and the Sheriff Is borne out by
the manner In which tho request from
Sheriff .larrott was received nnil the
Hihsoqucnt tieatment to which tho
call for additional money was sub
jected. Kheilff .fariett nsked for an addi
tional npprtipilatlou of (500 for bis de
partment, the reason beliiR Riven thut
the money would bo oxpended by him
In the Interests of tho secret sen ten
to pr.ictlcnlly iiRrced Um ull tho vari
ous understood that this amount
would not bo subjected to
Tho members of tho hoard nt tho
caucus hold concerning tho anoronrl.
ntlon bill could not seo tho need of
more money for tho police nnil tho re
quest of tho Sheriff was turned down,
thf iioiico appropriation thoroforo
stands as It did durliiR tho last six
months. Tho county solons nro said
to practically asreo upon nil tho vail
vis Items Incorporated In tho hill. Hh
passiiRe this cvenlnR Is assured.
Chairman Qnlnn, of tho Itnads.
TlrldRes nnil Park Committee, will
como forward with a uiimbor of re
torts iiKin proRress being niado upon
various public lmpro omenta going
(Continued on Page 8.)
Hawaiian Canned Pineapple just
i.ow, so why not send a case to your
We deliver a case of 0 cans highest
Rrade Pineapple at ANY WELLS
FARGO Express Office in the United
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
I AND IP" EACH MONTH
J FflR MOSQUITO
what chance would aliens liuvo, expo
lally those nt )o Anglo-Saxim rnec. )f
competing successfully with tlic Inli.ili.
IttintK of China iiti'l Japan where llu
people or incso countries pinrtice,
economy to marked degree, liolli In
their mode or living iiud the cheapness
of (heir labor? To thin question Zu-
inolu nnswercd itlploimlleally. "It In
matter for capitalists and the slates-
men of onr country to take up and
thoroughly illtcuss before any muter-
Inl good can nccriio from this content-
plated policy of reciprocity."
In answer to thA question why tho
Japanese as n whole are so averse In
alien ownership of tholr lands. Ztinio-
MEN OF MEDICINE
Tl.. l.... I Ml.'ltii
I IIC rtllllY TCoaCI I'ldKtd
Willi tho highest rnukliiR ofliccr n;i
board tho United Stales ur.ny trui
IKirt Thomas a captain In IPo "hlllp
plno Constabiilaiy or Insult. i' police
those usual exhibitions of cout"ntt"n '
and strife so dear to army life nn.'i.t
tho proper lecoRnltlon of rann uio s-'ld
to havo been considerably ellmlna'cd
iIurliiR the Ioiir and tedious oyau
made by the army boat fiom Manila
linn cut In tho medical coriw of
the hi my thoiw was qultu a delei;at'iiu
travelliiR to tho homeland by tho
Thomas. It Is stated that not rlrco
tho days of tho Spanish-American war
has such nn ngRroRatlon of IiIrIi rank.
Iiir officers In the medical brunch of
the sen Ico crossed tho Pacific oi. .in
urmy tiansport at any one time.
The Thomas Is brlnsliiR from .lie
Philippines a carRO of surReons (
has on board the follow Iiir medlc.is
belonRliiR tu Uncle Sam's sen Ice:
Major .lames I), Glennun, Captain Hod
crick F. O'Connor, Captain Herbert K
Smith Capinln James A. MurtiiRh,
Captain Louis Iliechemln ,lr ami Cap
tain rieorRo P. Ilemil. Hot li Captain
MurtiiRh and Captain Hrcclieiulu havo
been stationed off nnd on for the last
elKht j cars nt tho Presidio. Mrs. Mm.
taRh Is the daughter of Mrs. J. do
Hcsldes the medical, contingent, tho
following offlcirs nro on board: Cap
tain John I, A. Clark, I.lqut. Italpli O.
Craven. Meut. Krnnk A. Hush. Chap
lain W. K. Llnjil. Meut. R. A. Kejes.
l.lcilt. VlrRlnliis C. Clark. I.leut. Aith.
ur n. Ahrcmls, l.lcut. B S. Huitshoru
nnil Meut. Walter II. Hlllott.
The Thomas was sighted off Uar
her's Point shortly after 7 o'clock last
nlRht. A llttlo after 9 o'clock tho
transport wuj hIoiirsIiIo tho No. .1
(Continued orf Page 8.)
When a friend asks you to act as
his personal surety, refer him to us
We represent a first-class com
pany, whose business is bonding,
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 Fort St.
Wharf PnmiTliftpP Tl
ITIIdl I lAJIIIIIIIllvG IU
jj i iii n
AIQ 111 ndl Ull
WILL UNDERTAKE WORK
Systematic Campaign Will Be Start
ed at Once in Interest oi com.
munity's Healthy Condition
Will Organize Department.
With the Intention of wnRlnR an ef
fective campaign against mosquitoo
thioiiRhnut tho city, sum l ling tin
Territorial Hoard of Health In Its ef
forts tu reduce tho mosquito pcpiii.i
tltm, tho Shippers Wharf Comniltit,
lias practically aRreed to the hiikrcl
tlon made by President Mott-Siiuth of
the Hoard of Health to upprnpiluti
tho sum of $iui)0 a mouth for the cap
rylnR on of the work.
The large sum will bo 'devoted ex
clusively to ImpinvlnR the Renerul snn-
Itary conditions of the city with u view
of niinlhllutliiR tho mosquito In llono-
lulu. If thut be iHisstble, Thu amount
mentioned will bo amply sufficient to
carry nn tho work In a thorough and
A special "mosquito department"
will be orRanlzetl umoiiR tho sanitary
Inspectors of the Hounl of Health; the
rlty will be districted nnd then n
tematlciilly examined for tho breeding
places of the wliiRcd disease spreadei.
Until February 28 Inst the Shlppeis
Wharf Committee mado an uppropi.a-
tlon of $12.1 u mouth for a continua
tion of the wotk of IrjIiiR to limit tho
mosqiiltos' Held of operations In the
city of Honolulu. DurltiR tho Inst ie
ulnr session of the l-enlxlature, how
ever, estimates for a Rovcrnment nn
proprlatlon for the mosquito campaign
were siilimlttEd with the KUCRested
nppioprlatlous for the rut cnnipuiRii.
The money for the annihilation of tho
rodents received tho approval of the
Territorial lawmakers, but tho confer
ence committee on tho appropilutlou
bill did not seo Its wny clear to appro
priate toward .1 mosquito campaign.
Since the date mentioned no nionev
har been available for the waning of
trio mosquito campaign and ullhough
It has been carried on In a mild form
(Continued on Page 2)
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. The
Grand Jury is investigating the
Phoenix Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, N, Y whose president
was recently removed for fraud, t
(Special Bulletin Cable,),
PRINCETON. N. J Dec. 7. The
astronomers at Princeton have dis
covered a new comet.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Dec, 7.
The United States cruiser Yankee,
which recently sank at Buzzard's
Bav. was today floated with the aid
of lighters, but at a critical moment
ropes gave way and the cruiser set
tied again to the bottom.
RAW VRAVniRPn Tv 7
jeceivcr was appointed today
the Ocean Shore Railway that runs
south from this city and was com
pleted a few months ago.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8. Beets
88 analysis, 12s 6 3-4d. Parity,
1.07. Previous quotation, 12s
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. .Presi
dent Taft transmitted his message
to Congress today, and the docu
ment was read in both houses.
The principal matter to attract
attention was the resident's uter-
ance on he tariff. He declares
acainst further revision'of the tariff
schedule. He believes it would be
very unwise, although the estimates
ar the conduct of the government
., . !.... ,l ... i
snow a uencH lor ine curreni year
oi sevemy-nve muttons oi nouars.
The solution for this Situation
given by the President is a reduction
of appropriations and the strctest
governmental economy in all de-
t ji .'...! .i. m.i .
policy fir the .defense of the coun -
in uircuuinif inc auciiioai oi
try ths President expresses his ap
proval of the plan to make Pearl
America noperatiqns in the Uacific.
The messec declares for vostal
fiflvintrc hank nnri tpitlatiiin tn
cheek the whiteslave traffic is
Til Nirara.raan aifiialtnn I. J.atf
with hrieflv nlthnno-h thi nn.afr
Wlin nnenv. aiinoty?rl ine message
reiers 10 ine"saa taie of unspeak
ame oaroanues ana oppression ai-
'c ik nave oneii commuiea uy
(Rnial KnlUtln n.kt. .
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. It is eighteen Inches tak'lng Into consider
generally believed that the PretU htlon tho present stage of tho mtion.
rlnt will drill with Mi Hlearmrnan I Iletwcen K and 1 o'clock tndnv n
.." : . : : -
situation in a special message to
Congress, the situation beinc sum.
ciently serious to warrant a full re
view of the causes that led up to the
drastic action of the government.
John Drew Is
NEW Y0HK, Dec 7 John
Drew, the actor, was 'very serious'"
iniured todav whil out.ridinir His
knrl. i,.rVI ,.r,..Jlw- ' il.5
hone became unmanageable and
Drew was thrown. He fall under
the horse and was trampled on.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 7. Presi-
dent rait submitted a list of an.
i J. 7J ftVXir.. JL.,'':
pointments to ths Senate today for
confirmation, among hem being
those of Admiral Dillingham and
Admiral Osterhaus, Interstate Com-
missioner Lane, and Judge Dole of
the Circuit Court of Hawaii.
GRAFT CASE DISMISSED
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.
rroseeutine- Attorney Henev moved
tntov Htaf Hi. rau amain. r Al.r
..,v,r. ..,o. tAUA rn n.ri..n, J- tul
i, f,ii l. rH.lni..ri tv. "ni1 K'cat Prwunro will bo brought to
graft trials re dismissed. The bear from tho ship's windlasses,
court granted the motion, thereby, work along this lino was com
eliminating another of the graft meuced shortly boforo noon today.
trial cases that rue gradually grow- Bhlpplng people nt tho poit are huh tn
ing less. he-Hove that the grounding of the vea.
75TmHIPiOFFER GOOD PRICES
Celtic Chief Is
Fast On Oahu's
aiflll C RUT IITTir
The Stenmer. Mikahala. and Helene.
With Assistance of Intrepid
And Ycang Brothers' Launch,,
Strain in Vain at Hawsen.
To llRhten ship Is now lielleied the
ontv salvation lor tho Hrltlsh Iron ship
Celtic Chief which has for the- pa.t
forty-eight hours been pounding hor
'''' ln ih unjloldlng coral rtc.
"""-" ;"" :".,"'"",,,,',, -"
trance to the harbor of Honolulu.
Tiouuhout lesterdny afturnoon tl.t
ii..iin.i .inw,r Mmnm Ken. jm.
,,.,.. ,i,..m .ran hctoncliii: to the
coastlug steamship service, strnlnod
upon lines which were nmxcd to tho
distressed vessel. The little Intropi.i
'"s remained itsm tho scono since tho
rieltlc Chir urounild iukiii tho reef.
r. .7 . " . . . . ...
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IIIIK liliiuivis l lliu nnil, i
.I .. I Inl. .. Ill ln ullllt I
L'.i. nu I
iirnuU)U in and he won nlacwi In tho
inrth in mu fn.iciii nn tuk mi tm
L...,o m iw. nxrhinr run n lllln 1r
way ports. Tho steamer Heleue, frei.li '
fiom her general overhauling at lliu
Sail KmllclsCO vards.
'Tho Helen's engines aro In flno trim
,P11n Hkn the nresent one.
Mrtlolcul and .Mnul ports this evening
.111 Mnnager Kennedy or tho inter-
ilulii.i.l Ktnniii Vnvti-iilloii Cotnlianv de-
'elded that the Mlkahaln's services at
the tow line could hardly be dispensed
with and he Iherofoio ortlored tho Ko-
aiihoii sub United on tho Molokal run.
All Iuter-lsluiid runs are beliiR covered
. ... lu.itiilnii inhii.liil.v ilnutilfn I It n III.
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eieimeii iii-iiinini uu ..... .......v
-..,. ..I (I r Tl,,.r lu u ill...
Mill.- il.i.t II... n.irmnn rrnliier Arcomi
may tultii a cable to the stranded Cel-
tic Chief beforo tho war vessel departs
High Tide no Help,
. ..T... ...,l,.v tl. tl.l.. ..I Iti.milnlil
uitu t.t Hm Itlirhitkt Tltern WllH 11 rise
r. ....... ......j ..... .... - -
.orn u'i.u it rlBi.
V. ii.it .?.. ... .. .....I,,.., .,,, ii.
of a little over two Inches over tho
I, I,. I. il,l., ,,r ...tenliiv. At best the
.T." .. mi ..'.. .. t "..,.. f i
..,,. .. , ,,.. ,,, .ii,.
! V --' ' y -
. ' . . . ...
tllsloilRo the Celtic Chief whllo tho
tide was at Its full. Tho effort was
frultless and the strnln. while u heavy
V .'.. ...... -
lino, was not siiiuciuiii i" iimi" uio mi-
paled craft from her perilous jkis on. i s w w n h h s x h w r k . rjI(I11, ull ,lo.w1 wccu, x,Bornua. Jl
Moanvvhllo tho shipment of fertilizer sel was In any way tho fault or Cap- ,. PrNlllll rr(.K,.,i flir ...cU of. .1
Is beliiR m.ived out of tho ship. About tain Muci.ul.iy of tho pilot olllco staff. ! '"' '".,, .' . , ,,r, ""'V1 ' '?
four hundred tons havo been tukon It Is believed that If tho Celtic Chu-fl' , ' ,,". ", ,m "' ""M'l'HiB tho ,
from tho vessel thus fur and tho pro- hnil taken In sail prior to cniuliu , "'. ,"'furlS property that has 'j
duct Is being transferred to tho Mlkn- ulirenst tho channel entrance the pres-' '"" koihk nn lor wimo limn iinino
bala nnd tho Hcleno and stored on tho "nt plllkiu -of tho Hrltlsh ship wounl 'eiled. Ktuiio ariests nrc expedtd
Will Use Kedges. I
Tlio failure to pull tho vessel off tho
iiei'f at noon today has plainly demon-
Hinted ino iiici mat inn tuny purlieu
wlllnii for the Celtic Chief will bo
J" remove a larpo portion of her curiso.
"' lKhtc,llK I'm ship nnd an In-
erenscd tide each day thorc.ls jet hope
n,,.1 staunch ship win come out of
her trouble with living colors.
According to ull reports tho vessel
Is not making any considerable amount
of water.' Culm sens now prevail and
IworkliiR of tlio ship Is Hindered ninth
l.nor" '"'Ivanlageous than the piovlous
Ves.e.day proved minv or less d.s
nMroiiK to tho ihiIIIiir of tho vessel, a
mhuir swell was runnlnf; which is
said to have caused tho Celtic chief
to shovo herself at least fifty feet
further m the reef with all the strain
brought In bear on tho cables today
tho vessel hns moved but little from
the position upon which sho found her
self as the result of yesterday's soutl.
erly winds and surf. Tho vessel is
bellaved to have sustained no serious
damage to her liotttun.
hedgo anchors will be placed thin
rrtnu these will extend
cables fiom tho stem of tho vessel
FOR HAWAII UU 1 1 UN
Oahu's canoonhn cotton Rained
. .. . . i . 1....1 1
li new impetus iuiiimviiir inv utiaaii"1 ' "n- .i.'in.,.. -. y -
nf tlio last steamer from the mast I have ofllieH III the Mi Cnllilli'SH-VJ
nn iioiir.i nh.. riiUn Mnin uttb
Mm JimanesK ((iinniiTcl.il Cuuimls-
hlun was ii totlou IniUT nf .l.ip.uifoi nil Hie tnraonlui loltmi fiber,
with ollkcs In New Ytnk ntui Ja-tlhey ran Riow. provided It Is tip-to
1,1111 iin wiik in.. i I iv a. v c.e.ir. Lttamliiril lenulieineiils. He fore
. . .. . t
won huh lUKen nn me iiiiiuu oei i- ,
Mmm.ni unrk nnd liiiini'dlateU be-
num. Inleri.ste.1 ill lliit U belUC
'done Intiills This visitor tool, with
I.lm one and oiie-h.ilf noiiiids oficml this niiniilltr the Jiinlnti Corny
wool cura.oiiliu totton. wliltli he
will put to the most se.trthliiR Htsfeef quite toniidcnt that their tibcr,
on his arrl.al In Japan. The Jap- will stand an. test Hint It iimj- bo
itllese would of couise clmlh seek subjei teil o
the Hawall-Rrown totton. and their
would rum hIi tho lotiil
lotion growers with a permanent
. WAIALUA PAYS
0au SufaT Reaches New
pi llffClL II 1 1.
r eure n in roama
Wal.ilui illiecttirs at their nuetli.
held .vesterdjy declnied un o.tlni ill"-
Ideiid of one per cent, pa)ulilo oil t!in
nrtccuth of Hit month. This will iuum,
Il, Wulnlua .livldtn.l this monlli mil
end thioe quarters per cent, mid islvv,
t li. ail, .. I Iin. n niiiH,l .if liaelll f til...
the plantation n lecord of hnvliu p.iel
ten per tent this v ear,
It was tin. t i.iiert.illiiii of Ibis i!lial
In some .form that has been nun In.;
the tine' un of lute, and tho rciim.'I
opinion Is thut tho plantation will n.ij
as ",11 or better next car, though
the tlreclurs give no iiromlse of m -
r nJulnir "lltrt t-aifriiltit " W t I it 111 ui.Til
......-,.. ...u . r
i.mu, ... ..u.
A .... .n,.r.l u... ,.,.,!.. fr fl.l.ii
Rli.eV llilu mi,. nine when tl koIiI ,.
31, the highest previous suli linvit.tt
tieon H3 25. E.wa also showed Its nlii. -
to Keep the puco by selling .it
rioneer reached the long pre
I. ......... ...mi. r....... 1...II.. .... ...
- -'" '""' " """""J oi in
,,r iitint.p .f.nir.l flu
- - - .--- -
Mcllrj do Bliiiiucreil today. Ills
. i.. . . -i, ..
"' ' '"'" n,l,i V "' ""'
II l Ht
ntrrnglliened on tho news or ran
Humnkun, eellltiR today at
-. i i p at... ii i
J C. Ifugglns. ii coffee iiivrc.li.ml
i.os .Migeies. is
l-tis Angeles, Is 'a guest at tho ltoyal
Ho Is looking t.ver'ment for one j car nnil n fine-not ex-
"-' "'""""., .. . ,'1" '""" ""
,,lu eoffeo district shortly
( nULLCTijuin. r jlv
I ti (i fTiiltlit.l find
never nave occiirieu.
aW tl - V
This TRUMP Russia Button Bluchcr Oxford with
fancy perforations and fancy diamond tip, is a member of
tho well-known "ALL AMERICA" family noted for their
Thirty new late models just in.
Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.. Ltd.
In the mull fiiiultiR by the rnmo
.i... i...,i. r..Mitt.iii win)
lliilbtliis. recelveil an offer of !"-';
twien .10 ntlil III touts per pound
'l... ...,.. ..,..... H,1 I... ,(.,,. If lt,1V
mhkc siiii'in-ii'n in,, ..v m...
ers In San 1'rnui lseii and other (.en
ters ledlllle nt least IIIIC toll of
tiiinxoiil n wull to experiment with,''
p.m nie wllllnir to siitiiuH. n tlicjr,,
I The liber jsmnii III local Ileitis bus
neon circrnti. exiiiiiinen nun u-miii
nnd found to be of ext client qiijllty
(Continued on Puire 3)
Tniin v Attomcv WHS
' T J"
'Put Stop To
Whether done through Igtiornnco
of the law op malicious Intent, tho '
next pel Min, he It thlbl or iidult,
taught iWuo!;ir btullilliiRrt, po-ils,
moiuiiuents or mi) striictiuo whnt-
cu,, wl ,, ,u.Nied and will havo
to answer to the county nttoiney on
a iluirge of iiinllrlous Injury to
i lar in J. ill,
A ronvlclliin mentis
with pei Imps a lino
of tj.uiin. one or both.
The attention of Hh' aiilhorltlci ,
1 lnH ,r,.n called to recent wholesale-
I . .. . .. - i
, uisiigurliiR or piopert nil over iii'ii-fl
iiliv unit thu worst outrage vet iier-v
",J """ ,,,u "'""l OIHrilM l 1" "
I l'trupil Is Hie llfflll lllR ll il Jarl,.
j '""' 'f ""'
Jnl the I'nll.
In iK'iiiUlful luiuJili' liiljk't
Tliu nlllclaU nn nf
Ih oplnldn Hint hv tlitiiK 1ihh kiiiioi
fur innuKh ninl Intt'inl titKlut; inline-
I ltute hteps to tt(p it, "
I Thu nw ipiiiIh Sect Inn nnil
ttif tli.. IIj.i lufi.l Cl.itnlou. .. .rt--3
'" "" itT..oi... "Ki""t ; l"-" a
' n" "'KMsrnuj or innjivimibij
.uiHinniH ur uphuijjh nny rrai or nor-
! Lntl I Itr. !...( aa ,.t MII..II.... ..I. nil ..
iriiiuu llif'VltJ tl ItlUJV IH' . It IIU
ofi'lecmed guilty of iimlcli!i Intent.
1'nul shall be subject to Imprlson-
Ileplity County Attorney Mllver-
'"" Knl11 ,,'',, "",r,,,nB ,l"lt l,l ,nw
'was sumtleni to tover such in tea.
Wants shoes Hint
enn depend on
fcii i (. fcir