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VOL. XI. NO. 4493.
FOR PARTY WELFARE
To Urn nvnnliiR II ul let In: mended b the Legislature, but that,
I nee tlip Advciliscr evidently teels If mioinpllshcd. Is simply getting
outraged I "Hi I lliu st ilcnieiit I niailo 'read) to iln something, getting liut
' I iBt evening I" Hie U ii I I e t I n . U.ter tn.u lilner to work wlfli, but
considers IU tin attempt to disrupt meanwhile a lot tan bo done through
tlio Itepiilillc.in parly. the pieticut lawn, ami It Is up to tlio
An I can never renieinber,,an elec- party lenders to work,
tlon wlien..lliii Advertiser Itself was I 'ilie Ilepublkan party In Hawaii
not busy disrupting and attacking Is a wider proposition than the Tcr
tlm Republican ticket, it como iib n iltoilal executive, a wing by no
mirpilse to me Unit It should feel as means so close to the people as the
indlKUaut with me, t on If I am, en- brunch that has to go before the
raKcd In tlio same business It is nl- elec'ois for otes.
was at, at election times, which, j Mine heed should be given to those
however, I am not.
instead of waiting until the elec- the opposition at the elections,
t Ions am on and the tkket selected. The Advortlser, instead of nn
wlicn kicking will not mend mat- nounclng Its Intention of cutting
teis, I am giving wholesome, if em- my political throat, should get busy
I Italic, warning a juti borme- the with the land question, and In that
elections, while thcie Is jet time to way help carrj the jnrty success
do much to sn(lsf) the people where, full thiough the next election. In
they are now dissatisfied. I am go- blend It admits the existence of a
lug to Washington to do all I cm plot evidently hatched before ever
to senile Die piss.ige of thu amend -
plants to the Organic Act recom-
mwu c-1, W -
"The statement In tlio Advertiser
that dissension or feeling between my-t-clf
ami Chief Justice II.irtv.ell or
Justice I'crry Is lesponslblo for my
cab'cd icjlgnntlon to Washington es
teidiy Is absolute) without founda
tion" declared Justlco Aithur Wilder
of tlio Supremo Court this morning.
"My relations between Chief Justlco
Haitvvell and Justice l'crrj have nev
er been more amicable than at pres
ent. Tlio reason for my resigning bo
fmo the first of the )cir Is because
of the fact that on my retirement
from the bench I nm going to becomo
niniluted with the firm of Thompson
& demons. Mr. Thompson leaves on
the Korea Monday for New York. The
nlllio will bo according!) sliorthandcd
mid i feel I should bu thorji wbllu Mr.
Thompson Is away. This Is tho solo
ami only teiiBon for my tenticst that
my resignation bo immeillute."
Justlco Wilder also ridiculed tho an-
sertluu that an occasional dlssentliu
opinion was Indicative of "feeling"
among the justices of the Territorial
Chief Justice Haitwoll sas concern
ing Wilder's icslgnntlon:
"Justlco yildcr did not llko to ac
cept reappointment on the bench List
rein nary. I urged liliu strongly to re
main and ho finally consented to do so
but only with tho understanding that
ho would not agree to serve out the
second term. I.ant October ho In
formed me that ho had finally conclud
ed athal for business reasons ho should
havo tnjeavo and expected to do so
In Tebruary. Yesteiday ho told mo
that tho departtne noxt Monday of
one of the firm which he Is to enter
iniide It exceedingly Important Unit
ho resign Immediate!. That Is tho
whole, of. It as far as I know and be
lieve. He has nlvva)s said that ho on
Jo'jed Ihe work on tho honch and
would liko to stay upon It If tho sal
ar would Justify him doing so. I urn
siiro that I regret his leaving for I
Till New Years
The ALAMEDA, sailing 22ND
INST., will take to the coast a con
signment of our choice fruits,
,Sc!aI!ld F Co'
72 S. King vSt., Phone i c
,who have got to face the oter anil;
jl said n word In Komi to unlUtH'han I
called leading HcpuUllcnnsiElirid Hiim
1 '-1, I """-lHHB"-?"" -MI
have nlwas found hi in not only a
thorough student of cases and an ex
cellent judge of the law, but a charm
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tt There will bo water In .mt.inii M
H dam next March. tt
tt That's what Sulerntcndcnt tt
tt Campbell toldN tlio Manoa Iiii- SS ,
tt provement club this week. tt
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PINEAPPLE POISON. I
It Is said that tho lawless Moros
Of vUie I'hlllpplno Islands poison
their" krls by thrushlng the blades
through tho pineapple fruit and al
lowing tho Julco to dry on the steel.
A prick or slash from a weapon so
treated produces gangrene which Is
usually fatal, the only known rcm
oilly nppaiently being that of excision.
H this Is so, householders would do
well to bo careful not to allow plne
iMHdo juice to dry on Bteel knives.
"Hut the pi oof of tho pudding Is in
tne eating, isn't It?" queried the In
nocent joiith. "You can't prove It by
mo.'J tepllcil the chiontc dyspeptic.
REAL ESTATE k
STOCKS AND EONDS
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
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12 PAGES-. HONOLULU- TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY,
DKMOCRATS to form some Inde
pendent par)) for tlio next elections.
See IIh editorial this ery morning to
It Is no' personal grievance I am
Hiring, but u, vital Issue as to the
public lands which Involves the en
tire Republican Territorial adminis
tration past and p'resent, and which
threatened to defeat the ltepulillcati
party last election, and which 1 can
bee Is rising up in a still more
menacing manner 'against next elec
tion. I claim I am a Republican, and ai
good Republican, In speaking out
now and to the point.
So far as Governor Frear Is con
cerned, If he tan put .things Into
blmpe so that we ran enter the next
campaign with the good will and
confidence of tlio voters back of us,
no one will be moro ready to sup
port Ii t til and his ndmlnlstrntlou
Honolulu, Dec. 1C, 190!).
SEEK WORK ON
New Arrivals Express
Itujliiond C. Ilrovvn. Inspector in
rlmrgu'of the United Stutes liiiiulgta
(Ion station, ami Ills Muff of officer
completed their examination of the
Sll'J I'uituguese men, women and chil
dren who arrived Tuesday Irom the
Azores by the British ship Bwauley.
It was not until uftor 1) o'clo"k lust
evening that the last arrival hud been
pasted or rejected uy tho immigration
put of the cntlro number, twenl)
three (cisonshavo been detained poud
lug u moro complete examination from
it spcclul board which will probably
take up these cases this afternoon.
The Portuguese now being held await
ing further inquiry Includo members of
tho families of those who are Buffet
ing from either a mental or ph)slcal
affliction. In the Instance of a child
less than three ears old, tho mother
is also obliged to remain at thu de
tention station. Should the malady
from which the little ouo Is suJTerlug
prove to be contagious, of com so the
mother will have to be deported us
well as tho child.
In the part) at the station uro two
joung men who uro said to be mental
ly deficient. Tlity uro considered as
harmless but nevertheless, failed to
puss the requited examination sub'
mittcd to all immigrants, Several oth
ers uru victims of scalp discaso and
the cuso of one woman Is pltlublo In
The Immigrants spent hut ouo night
at tho Immigration station. Those who
had been puased by tho inspectors
were released this morning mid they
tiled from the grounds and many Im
mediately took steps to secure a place
In ctay whllo they lemulncd at Hono
lulu, Inspector Drown and his staff put
in a strenuous lorty-clglit hours in
bundling the largo butch of immi
grants. They kept up tho hard puco
way into thn night In order thut tho
people under their charge might not
he detained nny longor than absolute'
ly necessary for cairjltig oiit tho pioJ
visions of the lcdei.il law,
There was a steady stream of pen
plo pubslug to and tiom the immigra
tion Btntlou today, A large delegation.
from tlio nelghboilug plantations and
the slopes of Piilichbow 1 came down to
(Continued on Page 5)
K I N G
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 10. A MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Dec. 10.
committee of (he Philadelphia Cham- President Zelava today sent a mes
ber oT Commerce passed a resolution sage to the Nicaraguan Congress
today putting the organization on and accompanied it wih his resigna-
record in favor of tne payment or
ship subsidies Dy tne government
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 16. It is
I repot Led at the National ?u-r
iccuniiijfeumpuuy is picparcu 10 yav
to the 'government seven hundred
iuuukuju uoiiai, i.v uucic aue on i
sugar lmnor'.i wat' 'escaped payment i
By illegal methods. 'i,v
WASHINGTON. Dec. 16. Con-
mcsaumii umbras ui icjws iw.y i-
troduced a resolution which provide,
that the United States shall estab
lish and maintain an independent
government in the Philippines. The
gist of its eems to be to turn the
irevemment ever to the peonle of the
Philipaincs and see that they ran it
PRAIRIE HAS SAILED
PHILADELPHIA Dec. 16. The
Prairie, bearing seven hundred ma
rines and ample supply of arms and
amunition, sailed today for Colon.
SAN FRANCISCO. ,Deo. 15.
Beets, 88 analysis, 12s 1 l-2d. Pari
ty 4.87. Previous quotation, 12s
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 16.
Beets. 88 analysis.v12s 3 3-4d. Pari
ty 4.60. Previous quotation, 12s1
1 l-2d. "W,
G000 FOR HAWAII
Growers Meet And
Members of tho Hawaiian tubhei
Planters' Association turned out In
rtruug force tills morning at the
Chamber of Commetcu, to discuss the
bitiiitlou of rubber growing on u prof
itable basis lu thu Terrltor) uf Hawaii,
After the minutes of tho piovlotts
meeting had been read, papers by lub
ber experts of tho Tenltory were read
nnd discussed. Tho report of Mr.
Lindsay giving statistics of this Indus
try was wiirmlly received.
There uto lu the Islands five Incoi
poiuted companies whoso ptlnclpal
buslress Is tho growing of rubber. Sta
tistics woro read from all of theso and
also from two Individual planters. Ihu
whole Tenltory was represented with
thu exception of Ohhii ami Kauai, Six
repotfi were ucelved iioni Jlaul uud
one from Hnvvnli. Iho ucieuge con
tiollcd by tht re cqnip-inles and It'dt
vld)talH-U BSUll ucreJ, 'Ilio ncreiiro
planted In dalt) It) 133$ acics, viz.: J!4r
(Continuon" Page 3)
DECEMBER 10, 1909. 12 PAGES.
Z E L A Y AiRoth Tells of
tion of the Presidency,
RAMA NOT TAKEN
MANAGUA, Nicaragua. Dec. 16.
The government troops have not
taken Rama, the reported canture of
his forces having been proved false.
Steps for the permanent organiza
tion of the Panama Exposition pro
posed for this city to commemorate
the opening of the Panama Canal
were taken today when those engag
ed in the promotion of the scheme
incorporated. The preliminary can
vass has developed enthusiastic sup-
I tort for the idea and a campaign
. , , :-.i
elaborate exposition will soon be in
EXETER, Cal Deo. 18. The
bank at this town was robbed today
of $7,000 and the robbers made
BRUSSELS. Dec. 16. Reports
from the bedside of King Leopold
today are favorable. The patient
recovered from the sinking sneii o:
yesterday and is much improved.
WHO WILL BE
No Action On Babbitt's
Acting Govomor Mutt-Smith de
daicd posltlvel) this morning that'
nothing would lie done toward the
appointment of a sutcebsor to Silper-
Intendenl of Public Instruction Dab-
bltt until the letuiu of Governor
"l have not received an applica
tion for the approaching vacancy
)ct," said the Acting Governor this
morning, "but )Oii can sluto posl-1
tlvcl) thut I wll hnvo nothing, to
do with the appointment of n suc
cessor to Mr, llubbltt. In addition
to my other duties It Is possible that
I will net us ml Intel Im Superintend
ent of Public Instruction during the
period that may elapse between tho
l eslgnuutlon of Superintendent Huh-1
bit taking effect and tho rotuin of
the Gov oi nor." I
Siiieilntendcnt Ilabbltt said this'
morning tui( he was leaving the do ,
parttuput with the best of feelings to
ward oyer) ono connected with It and
(Continued on Page 2)
Girl Lost Life When Heavy Machine
Swung Off Road In The
Miss Harrli t Smith or II.vnii!s M iss ,
was killed lust night hv Ihe oveitu a
lug or an automobile driven b) Ohio
Soiuiihoii, ncai lt.imoiul (Stove on tho
io.nl to I'curl City.
Ihe earlv report lint the auto uei
turned while rounding a turn Is enou
toua Mr Foreii'im was dilvlng lilt m.i
chi'io veiv cirefullt on account lit huv
lug no ucUcl.Mie lights. Willi htm in
the midline were Miss Rmllb on tho
ft nut teat, and Miss I.uc) Ifcgcminuof
New York an I Will Koth on thu renr
beat 1 ho puly were out on mi even
ng ride and Jogging along comloit ili!
lovvaid 1'e.ul City.
lu the vicinity of Itnjmnnd (lrov
and shnrtl) before making the t r,i t i
Teui I City, Ihe loil passes i e.
smull brldw or culvert, Just lufon'
reaching trl pJIr. Soreiison rviuarxed
to Miss ilmltli so that others lu tho
machine he) I'd lit til that tho white loid
made It h"id driving ut night with
ruch hioi lights.
BACK FROM STATES
o ai Hon will be taken by the
judhluiy committee, of tho United
States Senate on the appointment or
r. smiessor Jo lVderul Judge Wood
ruff until after the Christmas recst; of i
Congiess, uccoullng to a lablcgr.im
that his been tecvived bv Acting
Governor Mott Smith from (lovernol
l'rear u.t Washington. Cahleginms
having been fllug between Mott-
bmlth and the absent chief execu
tive of Hnwull, most of them belli,;
icslgnnllons, and nt leant one of
them undoubtedly concerning the
attitude of tho Delegate to Congress
on tlif administration of the Tent
tort's land Inws.
Mott-Smlth lecelvcd a reply lust
night to his cablegram to the Gov
ernor slating that Justice Wilder of
tho Supreme Couit wanted to m-
blgn Immediately. To this n reply
was iclelved navlnc that It wits le-
el eil ''Just us I am leaving for New
York." Mott-Smlth believes tho
wonting of the cablegram to mean
that on Its receipt tho Governor piob-
nlily dohijed hM departure, but,'
nevertheless, vvlll try to leave Wush-
Task of Selecting
A Suitable Present
is made easy by buyine a SHOE ORDER for nny amount
wanted or when the amount is not desired to be known we
have a way of arranging that.
Ask us about it and we will explain it io you.
1051 FORT STREET.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
lu m lit tig Hits lu Id ;c he mistook
the c Igc that marked 'ho Iefi rallli.l;
for the light hind mill it and thin
(,io)i his machine ovei the side.
Tho machine toppled over slid MIb
Smith was r.iuglu under It. ber nccl:
;was uroKin i.ud she died Instantl).
Will Until vya.1 on the tear seit, and
l.o, too was might indur the side of
the Inline in Mlsi IPveunnii and Mf.
Sotei con were thiown char' Itotli
had a very mrrovv escipu. He w.w,
gasping for tncaih when thu hcivy.
nuichlne was pulled off sflfhclenily li
einlile his being nulled fioui under It.
I mnk Thompson piece led the party
mil when tint nirldynt happened w.u
' l"g a piiiicttftt op ik in idiluu-lu tho
t I leading tilt the main road to
li -f City As the other mudilne djd
ttgj mini u', tin nnd tli(ic "v;llh hint
thought thai the Hoicmyn pint) had
gone on to Wnlpnhu.
flifc knew nothing or the tragedy
till ono of tho intlve liojs whom S.ir-
(Continued on Page 3)
Ington lu time to make the trans
(ontlneiitul Jminie) In time to 'lull
lor Ilawull on the Mongolia, leav
ing San I'l.tnclnco on Deumbcr 1.
'I ho ferotul cublo received ffoiu
tt o Governor last night was tin nc
kuowled(iiiHUt of Ule one Hlit to
li I tn )etei(ray nft'rnnon cone)lug
the informulio.i that Huperlntemhiit
of I'ublle Instiuctlun Itabbltt had
dcilded to give up his fo'H Colin.
That tho Governor docs not pro-'
pnsn to wiitto any (lino un the main
land Is evidenced by hUe.irly start
back from Wiishlngtnn, Mott-Smllli
stated this morning Hint lie had u.
expected (Iuve,nior Treai to lie luck
in the Territory until the middle nt
Juiiiinr). The Information lecelvcd
by li i in regntdlng the bcnsutluiiH that
I'rlnie Kuhio lias developed has pre
tiimabl) Inlliicnced him In his deslio
to hasten bailv to Hawaii.
It Is now gencinliy accepted jinoui
tho f i lends of A. G, M. Unbcrthou
that (loveruni- Pi ear has lndoined
as t'eiom rcdernl
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