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VOL. XI. NO. 4486.
12 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF .HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1909. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTl.
SHIP SUBSIDY URGEFP
CANDIDATES LINING UP FOR JUDGESHIP
DvciitH nix' moving with coiihIiIci i.lilu bw IflncHi In connection Willi Hie
irRlRiintliin i)f Judge Woixlriiff from tho hcncli of the United States District
Court, A special meeting f thu ll.ir AssiKdutlon linn been called for to
morrow with thu iiiitli-i hI.iihIIiik mixing itie majority of attorneys that the
liar Association will ng.ilu Indorse A. (. M. Ilohcitsou for tho Federal
.1,udgcshlp. The decision tn taku IiiuiioiIIkIu action In considered kIkiiIIIc-iiiiI
In view if (lovorntii- l-'rciir'a ptfeniu In Washington, It Ih Kikiwii thai
(Imrrruir Front- was opised tn Itobct twin's candidacy when liu was In
ilurM'd licfiuu iiy tho Association.
Henry H. Ci"ir Ik it candidate an, I Judgu Wtioilinff wnH something r n
A. (1. M. Itohcilsoii a iccortlvo cindl- flxtuio In his Judicial position. Ho
ilato for Jho hihIiiii of I'uileral Ju Igo Mutes thai ho Iiuh tetelveil n ery good
that will ho vnriiit through the ie olTer lo Join thu forreH of u New Yoik
iKtiiitlini of Second l'Viler.il .ludsu corporation im.l that lie does. not feci
Woinlinff, who linn ilerhleil to iiceopt iihlo to lefnxo It mill eontlmio us the
n position In New Ymk. Cotipor st-it Second Federal Judge nt tho Territory,
eil that ho was n eimillil.'ile for tl'o Woodruffs retirement will again
il. ice, lint Iliiliorlson qualified IiIh ran- lulus up the local situation that exist-
dldncy hy stating that lie would nc- nl prior to IiIk iippolntinent Iiy I'resl-
rept the place If It was offeiecl to him. dent Taft ntltl Ills eoiilirniatlon Iiy lliu
niiu-riior l-'ii'iir will he In Wash- Senate. At that tlnio A. O. M. Hubert-
Ingtnn when -Woodruffs succcsor is sou was n candidate Tor tho place, an 1
ili-rlihAl upon, mid It la helluved that received the cnrioiFcnicnt of the Rnv
he will lie faveinhle li the iippolnlmonl Association desiltc thu opposition of
of Coomt. It Ik practically the nnan Superintendent Itnth of the I'alaum
litmus opinion iinmnR the inemherH of Settlement, who, as the moral guard-
Ihc local liar that Pieslilcnt Taft will Inn or the community wired u prot-nt
now appoint n icslilcnt or the Torrilfry " Washington against llnbertson'H n-
to succeed to Hie vacancy lo ho cau-.ed Ii!ntiuoiit. Tho Hlluallon wns further
hy the resignation of Woodruff. complicated hy a cablegram received
Tim announcement lv l-Vdcr'.il .IndL-c. I by I'llnco Knhlo from Hecrutary Mr,
WiKiilrilir of IiIh Intended retirement Clclbw at Washington stullng thill If
m Second Federal Judge cnniu as a Hoboitmn's name win withdrawn C.
complete snrprlso to the local mem F. ClemoiiB would lecelvo thu appoint
or of tho. liar. It wiih thought that i (Continued onPage 6)
Arcona Fails To
Move Celtic Chief
Warship Breaks Steel Hawser In
Attempt to Drag Stranded Ship
Off the Reef
Tho comlilm-d efforts of
man ciulscr Alcona, ini
laud stcnmciM lleleno, Mlkuhnla ami
tho I.IKellko availed nothing In thu
attempt to move tho IIiIIIhIi ship
Celtic Chief from her perllona post
Tho Rii'iitcMt pull wiih exerted at
iibniit 1 o'elnck thla afternoon.' The
Khlp remalueil hurled In her lied nt
(iii.il, and whllo tho towhiR wuh
piococdliiR tho German crulxci- InoKo
one of Imr heavy steel culiles.
Another eahlo wiih then carried
out to tho stranded ship,, mid tills Ih
lepnited to have withstood f tho
Tho feitlllr.er Is lioltiK removed
from tho vchhoI hy tho nsslstanco of
clKht kiik'ii Iio.iIh fmni Intcr-lHlaiui
It wn only after n caieful In-
estimation of tho depth of water III
I tho vicinity of tho ship had heeu
made hy Captain Sehrneder that ho
consented to permit tho Arcona to
participate In tho pulllnc opera
tions at IiIkIi tldo today.
It wiih with much dlHappolntincnt
that thoso Interested In tho salvage
of tho ship witnessed tho
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINOT0N, Dec. 8. Senator
Borah of Idaho today introduced the
bill that carries out the plan of the
great Irrigation Congress to develop,
the waste lands of the west. The
bill calls for an appropriation of,
thirty millions of dollars for irriga-'
tion and reclamation of the arid
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8. The
campaign for ship subsidy was given
a new impetus by the utterances of
President Taft in his message to
Congress. The President urges upon
Congress in the strongest terms the
passage of a ship subsidy bill at this
session so that the merchant marine
of the United States shall carry the
commerce of the country and furnish
a support for the navy in time of
The message in dealing with the
sugar frauds that have been recent
ly brought to light deprecates the
plan for a Congressional investiga
tion. The President says that the
perpetrators of the frauds will be
vigorously prosecuted and Congres
sional intervention is inadvisable,
PORT LIMON, Costa Rica, Dec. 8.
"GARDEN ISLAND" ON
KAPAA LAND SALE
nssuniler of the strong steel cable
which hud hcen alllxcd to thu Celtic
Chief. Tho Herman wnr vessel Ih
ipiovlded with cxteeillnnly powerful
;enj;lncn, and tho strain oxertod was
. very ki eat.
i mi jiiiunii snip eiiiu uiiiui euu
tlnucH to hold fast to her position
on tho icef near tho ontiniico to
tho channel desplto tho constant
strain exerted upon her HneH hy
sovcial smaller stcatneis belonging
(Continued on Page 4)
A special meetiiiK of tho liar Asso
ciation of tho Hawaiian Islands will
ho held oi Thursday. December 9th,
1909, In room 300, Jndd hulldlnif to
consider the lecomineiidatlon of a can-
.llilnlh ffir tlin ltfflln (if Rfr4in1 Ti-.i.lorul
snapplnB jn,i8c In and for tho District of llono-
U That the Japanese Commerclnl tt
U Commissioners appreciate tho ef- tt
ti forts that were made to enteite.ln it
tt and show them tho slchts of U
St Oalui was 'limply proven this K
tt mornliiR when the following wlro- tt
tt lost was received by thu Cham U
St her of Commer from the Chlyci U
SS Mnru, now on Its way to Yoko tl
SS hama: ( tt
iSt "Hearty thanks for courtesies tt
i SS 'All well. Aloha." St
tstsssBttntstsssssssssiststsuss News was received here today
that Gen. Estrada, commanding the:
rjvolutionary forces of Nicaragua,
has visited a crushing defeat upon,
a lection of President Zelaya'i army
under the command of Gen. Vai-I
quel. It is claimed that the Zelaya
force left 100 dead and wounded on
the field of battle, from which' the
'remnant of the army fled in a gen-
Kauai Explanation of How -n $&?
It Was Homesteaders
The Oarden Island of December 1
I'libllehcs the following on the Knpaa
The mauka hoim stead lots of thu
Kapaa lands, above tho cane lands,
were put on sale last Saturday, hut.
although they had been thoroughly ad
vertised, thero were no bidders, and
tho sale hnd to ho positioned for two
There uru drUvuvir twenty Portu
guese families living lu Kapaa and
Kealln who were anxious to take up
homesteads, and who would have hcen
only too glad to bid, they say. If tho
lands hail been In the vicinity of somo
plantation or other business undertak
ing whole they would ho able to count
on getting work while living on their
homesteads. Hut Kealln plantation Is
too far away from tho lots to mako It
feasible to go buck and forth to work
there overy day. And there Is no cer
tain piospcct that tho plantation on
tho Kapaa lands will be renewed, as
things stajid at present.
Thero weru also several presump
tive bidders from Honolulu nt the salo,
but after viewing the proposed homo-
lUl-iMin. Iicutlljr iniiiii'd un lliu; till mu, I ,--,,, ..- Tl O I Im
n .Innu,. frr.iitth At Intitt.nn nml wllhl MEXICO CITY. iJeC. O, 11 !
no water facilities nml verv few road-1 renorted here .todaV that General
ways, they camo to tho conclusion that Charles E. Magoon, on the part of
the upset prlco ,of twenty-five ilollarfc the United States, and Eurique C.
tin ucre1 that was' askei' for the lots r!rl Mintr for Mexico, will ar
range for a settlement of the Nica
Magoon was former Governor
General of the Canal Zone and of
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORT LIM0' Costa Rica. Dee. 8.
The forces of ti,e revolution in Nic
aragua have been Augmented by
Former President Cardenes, who it
reported to have taken the field
Capt. Miller Is
Charged With Having Destroyed Gov
eminent Property at the IlacKleld
Charted with having destrojed and to tin. ground
i i . i,i,, ,-,- i in,. When .Maihtnn Campbell was roitw
"""' " '.''" . ' . T ":......: nnmlcated with and told of the .loTP
Terrlioryruapuuu .Miner oune. Miner t()l (f u, T,,rrilrj.v 11()st8 h
Halvago Company, was placeil under W11J ( ,,,ry ph-asant framo'of
arrest this afterniKin on u warrant mind and Immediately set tho tuachln-
sworn to by a wnloi front omplojee ' erj of the aw In million resulting In
tho Deiiartmenl of I'ubllc Works. ithc- arrest of Captulu Jllller with bin
Tho otfenso'-of which Captain .Miller little hatchet this afternoon. The clr?
Is accused occurred at the llackfcld cumstnnces of the case were lefurred
wharf, where he Is nlleged to havo cut to Acting Attorney tleneral lirrln AnJ
down several mists that Interfered draws, who then handed the necessitryj
with somo operations that he was en- details ovei to A. M. ltrown Deputy,
gaged in on the wharf. Captain Miller County Attorney for the purposu ofJ
apparently decided that It would be a drawing up the warrant. "
distinct Improvement to truffle eondl-1 "It Is n simple matter to communis
lions on the wharf If the posts Jw ere cite with the Department of I'liblicJ
removed. Ho proceeded to undcrtaKo Works If something on tho wharves I si
their removal personally despite the found lo be mi obstruction In t lino off
protests of an emploje of thu Depirt, emergency," raid Marston CampbellM
ment of I'ubllc Works, who Vas 01 ".ml we proi'iso to put a stop to thlaj
the scono. It was "woodman t,i hiiuimary manner of dealing with (lovy
that jsist." hut the captain was not lo eminent property'1 ,jj
be lured from his course, the chip Captain .Millers side of the -cased
flow nnd tho offending posts tumbled will be heard In Hie I'ollrc Court,
Land Expert Wilcox
Favors Cotton Crop
'hlnks Sheltered Slopes of Uanali
Most Suitable fo- Curnvonii,-G
Japan Is Willing: Customer
Hnwniian Canned Pineapple just
t.ow, so why not send a case to your
Wc deliver a. case of 6 cans highest
grade Pineapple at ANY WELLS
FARGO Express Office in the United
States, . .
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St Phone 15.
was more than they could afford, es-l
peclally ns they would have to expend
from twenty-nve to fifty dollars per,
acre more to e'ear them of lantanu. I
Several smaller transactions weio
lulu, Teqltory of Hawaii, to succeed
Hon. George W. Woodruff, resigned.
W. A. OilKKNW'KM.,
I'lmSKft CIIANKV of tho lutcr-ls-land
steamer W. O, Hall reports 2550
sucks K. S. SI. . U.30 sacks V, K.. 1351
sacks SI. II. K. and 2101 sacks K. I'.
rugar awaiting shipment on Kauai at
Iho .tlnio that vessel left tho Oarden
Island ports for Honolulu,
Friend, Goes By Trans
Hhcilrt William .larrctt has lost a
iloiihtful ally In tho person of one J.
II, Slelleury bartender and self-confessed
gmnbler who has shaken tho
mud of Honolulu streets from his feet
and was Included among tho uninanl
fustcd passengers who hoarded tho
United States army transport whllo
at this port, and Ik now said to he
sailing tho deep blue on his way to
San Franclsefl'unil greener fields and
moio propitious climes.
Joseph l.eal, tho now deposed Chief
of Dotectlvos, has also lost u potent
enemy In the iiulden ami silent depart
ure of McHenry, who oponely made
tho declaration that he would do all
In his power to get the official scalp of
HnWfliiftn TriKt f fl I td I McHenry was the only and chief wit
iiutvuiiuii iiuji V.V., liu., ,,,, ,1(m wllimi sin.rirr jurr,,tt relied
023 Fort St. , (Continued on Page 5)
consummated, however. At Anahola Cuba during the American inter-
there are two pieces of wet swamp vention. Creel is a famous diplo
land which wore leased, conditionally, 'matitt of Chihuahtfa. Mexico, and
on nvo or ten year terms, and which hal kM. Mexican ambassador to the
will probably bo put Into rlco. Two ttni'j ei.f lnp lOOfl
lots were leased at Kipahl. two nlllf. . "ntted 8tatti .m lww-
mnuka of Kapaa, to Japanoso vegetable ,,,,, m'au iimmTrn
gardenors, who will continue thereon bmji "" uiuiv.ku
the vegctablo raising which has occu- r
pled them for tho past few yean In MEW YORK, Dec, H. resident
that vicinity. Sheldon, president of the Phoenix
Tho Mormon church bought one lot. insurance Co. of Brooklyn, has been
nml will build a church thoro In tho denoted. He is under indictment
It Is on Walkala stream, ,' lftM)n .i., rnmnn- ui. n,.,,!..
V ww..n ..-. .....r-..j, " l-""'
tions having reached
Ian or more.
a million dol-
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.
. Next. Month
between tho County atablos and tho
main road, mid Is only a short dlstanco
from the present Kapaa church, Tho
money Is now lilna ralsil for this build
ing, ami ono'of tho first entertainments
for the purposo will bo a concert to bo
given In Kcalla Hall on December 18.
Thero aro 9S7.7 acres In all. In this '
tract, of which 674.7 acres aro kula ug-j
rlcultural lands; tho remainder being'
swamp and hillside places. The home-,
stead lots themselves rango In alio
trom eighteen to fifty-three acres, and j
all In Kapahl, lying north of tho Wal- ;,..
poull tract, which Is Colonel 8palit(ng's oCVen
in too simple, anu neiween tno present
cane lands and tho mountains.
On Sfonday, Mr.' Tucker held anoth
er session at the Kapaa Court House,
tor tno purposo ot itistriuiiting tho title
papers 'to the lands which were sold
or leased at tho two previous sales1 Much piogiess Is being made on the
those hold In'Janut.ry and September, extension of tho Hllo railroad. .Messrs.
County Clerk Kancakim was also pros- Dllllughum, tho contractors for tha
(Continued on Pago 6) dredging or Pearl Harbor, haw ordered
i two now bridges for this lino and two
moru may. be ordered later, but not
more thaii that number. Tho whole
extension.- Including spurs to tho dlf-
fcrenl plantations ulong tho lino, is
" 15 miles,
t tt Hakalau gulch, which Is very wldo
tt Mov. Hubert Ilurdetto, speak- tt would require n bridge 800 feet long
tt Ing of his contemplated trip to ti'by 150 feet In holght. This Is being
tt Honolulu, says: tt considered, but It Is not thought like
tt "Wo are going to spend the.tt ly that this brldgo will ho built In tho
tt winter In Honolulu. Wo will lot tt Immediate- future. Tho country Is
tt our brains melt until March and tt very rough, but thero ure no very se
tt hy that time wo may havo some'tt rlous teats or engineering to bo en
H brilliant conception of where wo tt countered Tho cuts, or which thero
tt will go next. It Is highly nroli- tt aro several, vary from 10 feet to 00
Director K. V. Wilcox of the V. S.
Agricultural Kxperlmeiit Station,
who has Just returned from n visit ,
to l.anal, was Interviewed this morn
ing by a II u I I o t I n represcu-
tatlvo concerning the possibilities of
states thnt both Caravonlca anil Sen
Island cotton could he grown prnftt
(ihly, tho former being more prefer
able On account or tho rainfall not
being quite up, to the requirements
of the latter variety. Tho Sen Is
land cotton requires more ruin, and
(or that reason would not he so suit
able as Caravonlca,
"In my opinion," declared Supt.
Wilcox, "thore will be two ways ot
growing cotton on l.anal. Iiy get
ting settlers lo raise small areas on
h percentage or shares, with the un
derstanding that the company take
all their products, or to plnnt out
largo ureas and depend upon con
fine! labor for picking and cultlva
tlmi It lu Inul ii mil.ullnn ,if irpta
tine siillli'lent l.ilior over lllile tOB
iimke a smcess of the enterprise,' M
"A, I,, tli,. ,,,-IiikI ui.II nml .. II, lint IftS
toiiniiioiis, uii'iu is it tract 01 laitti
somo "a miles square, with n hood
grade ami without rocks or gulches?
Tlilu trnt.t .nil tin ,'i!l Ivntml l.tf
steam plows or traction engines"
The soil Is veiy drop nml niiparoritlyl
or excellent duality. Judging from
tho grass which giowH on It." VIJHW
The rainfall, about nn-JO Inches
t.n ,..,. lu .ulll.lnnl T..- ..t.Cvl
I'vi milium. ,n nunii.ii;iii. mi miluil
growing, according to thotrocordi
that Imve been kept for several yenri'
past. Tho altitude Is 1,500 feet','
rhc whole trait Ih on tho leewnritK
sine oi tun isi.inu unit ptoiecieu
(Continued on Page 4)
tt able we will lslt Julian." tt
'tt , tt
It'll It tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tl tt tt tt tt
reet In depth.
The piesent plans ore to do away
(Continued on Page 4)
Wants shots 'that
can depend on.
This TRUMP Russia Button Eluchcr Oxford with
fancy nerf orations and fancv diamond tin. is a member of.
the well-known "ALL AMERICA" family noted for tholr ?.
true worth. f ' '- j
Thirty new late models iust in. ''' w
Open Saturday evenings. '
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