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VOL. XI. NO. 4487.
32 PAGESHONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909. 12 PAGES.
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Local Attorneys Are
EXPECT LOCAL MAN
WILL BE APPOINTED
Quick Retirement of Woodruff Be
lieved to Militate Against Nam
ing of Another Mainlandcr for
At the meeting of the H.ir Associa
tion uhlcli Iiub lieun calli-d for '
n'tlock llils ufanioon, A. U. M, Hobcri'
pirn, It Is iir.icllc.ill certain, will bu
IniloiKi'd n tt cauJIil.ile fur Hccim I
IViloral Juilro l siKCvel In tlio il icu
on I lie llnltfil SUtiM DlKtrlot Court
I'i'iicli lu liu viirutuil lij' tlic !iipi(uli.
Iiik rertlniuUUin of .hi.lm' Wooilriill. ,
Tlio Hciitlnivm niiioiiK tlio niciubuin
of lliu AKoriiiti'in iipiiojih to In. muni
ItnoiiK mid no illlllciiUy In niiiiu-licniliMl
thin nflvrnooii liy I lie HiipiiortciH of
KoliciUoii li carrying HiioiikIi u lew)
liitlon rvllumtltiK tlic ImloiEunienl of
tin- l!obcrtt.on c.indlducy, first kHcii
wlicii.CoiiBrfSf imsscil the Mil iroiid
liii: a noconil Kudoral Jiidgu ror thp
Territory of Huwall. .
Henry 13. Cooper Is nn ndinlltcd con
tiMiilnr for the plaro to bo vacated by
WiKiilrulT nnil while holms u ntimbur
of stioiiK supporters In Iho member
slilp of the liar Association it Is tlio
opinion- that the Association cannot
KO li.iek of Its first iiidoisemeut of Koli
iTlfiiii een In the oent of there litint;
n -IkiiikIii sentiment, which there Is
Willi llo,. Indorsement of the liar As
iikIiiIIoii liacU or lilm ror the second
time the appointment or llobertsou U
a practical ceitalnlyiicconlliiK to the
piedlclloiiH o, many Interested In tlio
IIiiIiik up ror the IVdeinl JudKoshlp.
Tlio early retirement or Woodnilf, be-
ioie no nun an opportunity or weurliiK
Hie juillclnl ermine with cm so It Is
conceded, Kill militate amlnst Hie ap
pointment or another mainlandcr.
Thein Is not much credence placed
In tlio rumor Hint Woodruff's Intention
to iosIkh was tlio sudden outcome of
nn offer from the i'ociliont.iH Coal
Company, of New York. Gossip has
mitiually been busy with the reasons
for Woodrurf's sudden nod unexpected
decision one or the rcimnrs IisIiik thai
Ills Intention Is mainly because or a
rcellnc held by Mrs. Woodruff Hint
Honolulu did not come up to her ex
pectntlons or offer a pleasant, sutlsfiic
Imy place for a future home. The
main criticism that has been directed
HKiliifct Woodruff Is caused by the
opinion that ho did liot enmo to the
Tenltory with the Intention or i.
mnlnliiK, and that his decision to io
hlKn camo nrter ho had an opportuniiy
or lookliiB over the situation and de
ciding that he would rather bo with the
I'ocahontas Coil Conipiny or New
York than continue his brier labors ia
Second Judge or tlio Unlled Stales
Court or Hawaii.
Nothing will thaw the frigid heart
of it man as quickly as a pretty wom
Hawaiian Canned Pineapple just
now, so why not send a case to your
mainland friends t
We deliver a case of 0 cans highest
grade Pineapple at ANY WELLS
FARGO Express Office in the United
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S.'KiitB St. Phone IS.
SANTO DOMINGO. Dec. 9. The
steiimithiii Jnlmnnn. lnflrifl will, an.
ear from Iloilo, Philippines, for the
Philadelphia market, has foundered
at. sea. ine captain was the only
one of the ship's company saved.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 9.
Blackburn has resigned from the
CUT NAVY COAL MONEY
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Con-
(rrstsmnli Charlri H. rlnvule. nt
North Carolina announced in the
House today his intention of. oppos
ing the liberal appropriation for the
coal supply of the navy. He pro
poses to reduce the appropriation for
coal to be used by the navy one
million of dollars. This will of
course be vigorously contested by
those who do not believe in a navy
that spends all its time in port.
CALHOUN'S TRIAL DELAYED
saw FnANmsrin iw o Af.
the examination of talesmen for the
retrial of Patrick Calhoun for brib
ery had proceeded two days, the
trial against the president of the
United Bailuliys was today ai'ain
nostponcd until Jan. ID Ifllfl TM.
means that tin. nrj,.iitAn t ti.
icase will be continued or discontin
ued hy the officers of the new city
MONEY LEADS DEMOCRATS
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Sena
tor H. D. Money of Mississippi was
today selected as the leader of the
Democratic forces in the Senate,
succeeding Senator Culberson of
Texas, who has been the spokesman
for the minority on all the main
The Teno Mnru was coming In (he
harbor at 2M5 this afternoon, but with
the jellow Hag fllng nt her masthead,
which probablv denotes the fact that
she will bo tied up nt quarantine whatf
mid no Immediate communication es
tabllshed with the shore.
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.,
923 Fort St.
OF THE MIKADO
Takahira's Successor Is
' On Way To
HAS HAD LONG
Baron Yasuza Uchida Will Take Up
Question or New Treaty With
the State Department at Wash,
Having In his hands a marine giii
with which ho looked at Jup.u.tse Con
sill General Ucno and his secicmiios
bitting In Admiral Keen's launch.
port, the new Jupanose nml'sador
to Washington, Ilaron Yaeuzi Uchldn
arrived rrom Japan on tin Teuvn Mni.t
at noon today, and was dolayel In tmn
lug usliore, on account of'n aiisplcloa
caso which tlio local quni.ititlui nfi
clala round nniong Hid, iuiiciM"in.
The Ilaron, who wuu niixl.iui to mm
Consul General Ueno, -ttood "j the
steamer's ratling, and w.iited tor ti:
romplctlon or the examination by the
health ofllclaN or 'the Federal ::ocrn
ment. Dr. II. C. Holldy. chief or the
quarantine serlco here,-wlni dM n-u
go out In the quarantine launch, had
to bo sent for In order tiint he intent
make a personal examln.itlim or the
Ilesldo tho pilot. Captain Saunders
and Dr. Iinnius and others or the quar-
BARON YASUZA UCHIDA
iiullno service, no one. Including tho
customs and Immigration officials,
were permitted to c on board tho
Uaron Uchida, nno of tho rising
young diplomats or Japan, has been
in the diplomatic senlco ror many
years. Ho received his first apiiolut
ment In lSSTl when he went to the
Japanese embassy In Washington ns
secretary , From there he was made
a secretary or tho Japanese embassy
at London, lu 1897, ho wont to Pek
ing, remaining there until 1900, when
ho was mado n vlco mlnlstor or the De
partment or Foreign Affairs. In 190G
he was appointed Japancso Minister In
Vienna, holding that "position until
Daren Takahlra, Minister to Washing
ton, was recalled to Japan.
Should tho Ilaron. accompanied bv
his wife, be able to como ashore to
day, ho will bo ontertnlned by Consul
ucneral ujeno at his residence to
night. Tills nrternoon, the distin
guished guests will bo taken around
to sio points of Interest.
Among the paBsengcrs who arrived
today on the Tenjo Is Dr, I. Katsukl
who has been visiting his parents lu
Japan. M-. Knnai, manager nt, tho
Japanese Mice Mill, also returned fiom
a business trip to Japan.
UNLESS THE HAHIIRA
Tonight will be the last night or
Hnnce Smith at tlio i'nik Theatti, ns
l.o takes that boat ror Australia. .
William J, Ganor, major-elect of
New York, Is dowrtluVhfs vacation to
wink on hissing isianij'Trirni.
. HEW YORK, Dec. 9. Captain
auruii i.oose ana ueorge Ounkie,
who were supposed to have accom-
irfinird F.Tnlnror flnnV in th Un.ll,
Pole, made sworn statements today
10 ine eneci that they raked the
records presented in their name to
t North Pole in advance of Command
These men tell a straight story
of their work and claim that they
have now exposed the whole scheme
because they have not been paid by
Dr. Cook and hii mmi'IiIh nmm.
These statements have created a
crafound sensation, and .taken in
'nnnection with th offlSouii. ik.t
Dr. Cook never rrarA ,. in. f
mount McKmley, they combine to
nrove the much advertised explorer
to be one of the monumental fakirs
of tlm centtfry. Peary and his
friends have doubted the authentic!.
t of. Dr. Ct-aV claims from the
first. ' ,
(Special Bulletih Cable.)
NEW YORK. nn n tyum. .-J
Dunkie have made affidavits to the
effect that Exn)nrr rvinV ,(ra .t,.
fcr $4,000. vith a promise of $500
more, to assist him in faking up the
Norm Pole discovery. They give
facsimile statements and details as
ere contained in Cook's memoran.
dum, including directions and ob
CLEVELAND. Ohio. Dec. 9 The
steamer Clarion was burned today.
Two of her ship's company are
known to have been drowned and
tnirtccn of the crew are missing.
O'Day Confirms It All
Dr. J. C. O'Dayj rectifier of Ha
waii, Its Inctltutlons and" Its people",
has had tho presumption to mako am
other attempt to avoid tho issua cre
ated by himself In attacking the Ter
ritory through the column of a( Port
land nuwspaper. The veracious physi
cian is making desperato efforts to
escape rrom tho lime of gross mis
statements that como glibly forth his
indictments Including not only the
Portland newspaper and the Dull e-
tln for what lui. claims to bo mlsln
tirprcted Interviews, bat the Queen's
Hospital, the Palama hospital am)
nearly overyono connected with the ad
ministration of those two Institutions.
O'Day's local denial or tho terms br
Hs Interview to the Portland Tolo
gram was received with surprise by
mat paper and in the courso or its do.
nunclatlon or tlio physician tho Tele
"A wclldiessol man represcntlni:
himself to bo D- John C. O'Day, tuk
lug n postgraduite toitrre In tho office
or a leading local physician of Port
land, appoireil some time ago lu Tho
I (Continued, on j Page 2)
INSULTERS OF THE PLAQ
Slush about "the flag" it something, too. that can hardly be exoectcd outside of an editorial sane
i, certainly not at a meetins; made no of intelligent men tMitmiti i.-ir:inr: ph rmm t i,o I'ncitic (Jim
clal Advertiser of Dec. 9. 1909, uilvocntlng MUHieniiluti nf AtncrlurM (iMninlie lilipliiK lns.
TtDlilnK ioiX )Kt
The ?Ua mh.iv, we Vt
GET TOGETHER FOR
Seimon on Promotion Is
Preached by Sec'y
Secretary Cooper In his weekly let
ter to the Promotion Committee, writes
I should llko to hae jour consider
ation and opinions on tho rollowing
Are we doing all that we can or
should to promoto tho welfare of Ho
nolulu and Hawaii?
r do not refer simply to the Hawaii
Promotion Committee, but to the sev
eral commercial bodies of tho Territory
und to tho community In gonoral. I
do not bcllovo that thero can be very
much criticism regarding what we
have done and are dolnz, but the point
is, are there any other lines along
which we could and should work?
In recent sears promotion work has
come to be recognised as something
or a science, or at least u business
proposition, which rccognlzsshal any
thing which makes a community better
or more uttractlvo, holps everybody In
proportion in that community. It also
Is now better recognised than former
ly that promotion work must look
ahead and build ror tho future us well
as for the Immedlato uccda.
The Gt-Togethr Idol.
Tlio Importance of team work, and
general co-operation has been also
most amply demonstrated In this kind
of work in many cities, and thero has
yet to. ho found a more efficient and
lioworful leadership than Is to bo
round In tho business aad commercial
organizations of a community. If
bodies of thin kind lire willing to lend
their support or encouragement, all
othor organisations, such us Improve
ment clubs, women's clubs, educa
tional bodies, etc., huio a lucking
which often accomplishes the seeming
ly Imposiiblo. There is often n dis
position on tho 'part or hiuy business
men to consider many proposals ror
tho Improvement or tho city to bo too
visionary, or to ba out of their .prov
ince If they do not pertiln directly to
commercial matters, This Is an old
Idea, and lu being rapidly gotten awny
from by tho most progressive nnd pow.
erful organizations or business men In
tho United States. Ex-raples or such
organizations nre to bo round In the
Chicago Association or Commorco, the
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, tho
Bostop Chamber of Commorco. This
last-named body t might mention
(Continued on Page 4)
Iliuid by tht Merchant Mtrine Lcsgue of the
PLEDGED TO THE REBUILDING OF OUR OCEAN -
AUGUST 1. 1009
HARD AND EASY.
SWAO.fop TUB FOREIGN Slliri'IVO
? ...rtntfv Z.J -L jiX!V
1 'JUCJCSiPi -4rV-tak.
How HARD that Poor Dbvil op an Editor Works Knocxino
TUi Merchant 'Marine. But He Makes Our $300,000,000
Annual American Rake-Opp EASY Money. Guess I'll Have
to Send Him a Little Advertising and Some Free Trans
portation. He's Doino Good Work.
Captain Miller Was
Tho statement made sestenla as lo
tho arrest or Captain Miller or tl.j
Miller Salvage Company wus tin erroi
Captain Miller wits not arrested a.
reported, the charge against him belli,;
dropped by Superintendent or Public
Works Murston Campbell uivon hear
ing Captain Miller's explanations a. id
nis promise to restore the Govern
ment property which he was allege I
to have .injured on tho Hackfcel
wharr the propertj In question liclii;:
a couple of posts that were cut down.
Tho warrant of arrest was drawn 11,1
as stated, hut-before It was sencd the
explanations were made by Captain
Miller and tho warrant was accord
ingly not served.
The Intention or tho City and Conn
ty Attorney's office' to sere a wnirunt
of arrest was stated In the mon.lng
by A. M. Itrown. to whom tho .letnlli.
ot the alleged offense had bevi given
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This TRUMP Russia Button Blucher 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,'
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
Not Under Arrest
Attorney (lencr.il I.orrln
Thc'HIlo High School has lust,
bought u beautiful Illclmiond.Plaiio
of the Thaser Piano Co.
v i u
A beginning was made till., i.Virnim
townrd Kocuiing n Jury foi Iho trial
or tho Japanevo, Kunngnwa, vim mur
dered n woman benant In her r-Mim nt
Iho homo or Judge Mmfsaj in Mann t
valley. A number of Jurors wcic- iu
cusid for nrloiis causes nn.l it was
found necessary to Issiio n :cal e
RIILi.ttih rm pay
Wants shoes that he
can depend on.
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