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VOL. XI. NO. 4496.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WOOLLETC WORK STARTED
HOP-' AlTM V jt:iflHH
,.Vk JH W " ' J
nil n rv wnni i FY
Claims Liquor is Cause
Of Native Population
PUTS FAULT. ON
OFFICERS AND LAW
Fears the Soldier Population Now in
Islands Will Suffer Through
the Open Manner in Which Li
quor Is Being Handled.
John (1. Woolc) gnvo mi nddiess
In Chicago Dec. fi on his Mens or
iiimlltliinH In Hawaii. TIio ocia
bUin was it genei.il unliiii pieiichers"
meeting held iiinler the iiiiKplcp nr
Chlingn reiteration of Churches
Council to vvcliome tlio dc'legntoH In
Ilio llisL lilenuliil i(iiiciillnii nf tlii'
Anll-Hntnou League of Amerlin.
.Mi. Wooloy Is iiotcil In (ho Chica
go l).ill News im follow un Hie
topic "Tlio Ijlqtioi 1'ioblem In Hu
I'or the sake of humanity nlid
dei ncy tlio spirit of the Interna
tional iiKreeiurnt tu Keep nUoholtc
ill Inks from south mm iieoptc, and
tlio pollry of iiiir own Rovernmcilt
wlilili keeps Aiucrlrun Samoa safe
from the saloon, oiiKlit to Inilude
Ilawuil. Hut tho Tcriltory Is un
equal In this plain dot), though
well elioitfth disposed, tjtitll thu
Httitd middle i lass demofraiy
iirrlves. 11 has not an hod, and Is
not )et hcKlnnliiR to iinhe.
"American civilization Is on tilal
In Hawaii, with every known, com
petition present, anil tourist states
men, htudents anil iihllauthioplsts
lrmii the four quartets of the eaitli,
IiiMiik notes. Tho Territory is In-tpcitor-Keiieral
or American health
UKiliiHt tho InMislon of Oilcntal ills-
cni.es. No Infoited ship sets fits -ther
than quaioulllie In Honolulu
Ini). nor clears that port without
full, timely wuiiiIhk to tho main
land. It Is tlio mauler key lo tho
I'-ulfn In inse of war. No llcot
fioni tho fin east could cmjii deliver
i (IiiiIIohko to Amoika wllhniit
innlliiK at lliiinlulil. Thu Rre.'t
Aiurili.iu question 111 thu oenl of
trouble with Japan would be, How
Ktioiij; Is Hawaii? And Iho federal
Koveruuient Is ronslruitlni; tho' an
swei now, rcsardlcss of expense,
Even Police Are Affected, He Says.
"To man thu battel les nnd ship
)nnls ami police eveiy foot or (he
idioie, bodies or picked men finm a'l
nrini of tlio benlco uiu on duty..
It has been a part or m business to
observe them rarcrtill). Thoy uie
jouiik, ilenii, quiet and a credit to
the country, Hut the monotony
nnd en fined Idleness or the llfo
they lend put heavy strain upon tho
louuilcst Lharailor. And it is thoio
Hint tho liquor trnile cots In Us
Riio.mliiK, polMinliiK work union K
"Moio than souuty-lle wloonn
inn llionsed lo lay Mi them In the
ono Island or Oahtt about ICO In
tho Kioup. Wholesale liquor stores
urn moio saloons In Hawaii, except
two oi thioo (jreat lliius that sell
liquor Incidentally and bona llila
wholesale, The uthois itio dram,
i-clleis, and tho woist of. drnmsell
us, wIIIIiib and lenallj entitled to
tell any quniitlt), howovor smftll,
an 'bottled Koods' and to oporato
'(Continued on Pane 6)
Till New Years
The ALAMEDA, sailini? 22ND
INST., will take to the coast a con
signment of our choice fruits.
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. King St., Phono 15
1 1 vdl LdUlO
Governor Cuts Short Mainland Trip
Gathering Data For Land
flovcintir I'iimi linn ilediUil in rut
Hhoil Ills visit In tho innlnlnml a.ld
Ik non Imrrjliu' across thu continent
rioin Chicago, fioni which ell) ho sent
u cat Icgratn to Acting Governor Molt
Hinltli, received IIiIh mniniug, I'iforiii
lug tliu acting clilcr executive Hint lie
wns on hls'wii lionie. It was not ex
pietcd Hint the. Com mor would ic
turn until Hip middle or Juuiiury mill
his quick return tins undoubtedly lieen
hastened bj tlio cilllclsms tint I'rlnec
Kuhlii Iiiih voiced against tlio ndmlids
ttnllon ol thu Inml InWH mid the li.itrlt
or resignations that havo' oicurrod
hIiico ho left for tlio const.
' I expect to recolvo u cnblo In con-
iiiruou "Mil I lie uppnintment o n
KUcrcKfor to Justice Wilder somu tlmo!
tllilav." flirlHtfit Artllll- rifiYfriir,pf
ijiotl S?mllli this mornliiB. "When Wll-j
der decided to ask for the, Immediate Ins already been het to work Mthtr
nrieptanto or Ills rcslftnatlnn 1 cabled ' InR the noccssar-data ror tho use of
his Intention to tho Governor, surest-
Ini; at Iho saniu lime that he sou the
President. Ho. received this calilo Just
as ho wns about to leave for Now
York and his cable today Indicates
that hu did not ko Id New York but
had u consultation with Iho Govern-
Without Legal Status
Will Governor Krear Bland by thu
endorremeiit of thu liar Association
and iiiilorho Circuit .IiuIko He Holt lor
thu Supremu llinch or has ho iicom
mended thu appointment of Itolilims
II, Anderson for thu vaenne) cnut-cd by
tho rislKiiutiun of Arthur Wlldir?
This Is thu quesllon that local nllor
uuws nro iIoIiik llieli' best to di cldu
and opinion now si ems about eqiiall)
Tho suppoitors or Do Holt point out
that thu selcrtinn or Audeisiui woiil!
place upon the Supremo Delicti a man
who Is cntliely without judicial i.
porlcnce, whllo Do Holt has eaiuu!
consideration for tlio plnco by vlrta--or
his Joiik and satlsructory service as
a Circuit Judge.
At tho pictscnt lime and slneu Tafi'n
tabled nccoptanco of Wlldii's reals
nation was received, Hawaii Is with
out a Siipicmu Court. Tho law pro
vides foi a Supremo Court of Hires
justices but does not rccoKiilio a Su
picme Tilbunnl of less numbers Con
sequent ly Hawaii will hu without a
Supremo Court until Wilder' hukcc
sor Is appointed.
POLICE OFFICER IS
YcBterda morning, U Ah Leung,
tho well known wholesale gmejr, wa.
arrested for violation ot tho Himda)
trading law. It appears that Mrs. I
Cockctt found Hint sho was sh'iit at
snino lines In groceilcs unit hid jn?t
tilled her basket with tho necessity
articles at the l.ioug sloio when I'o
lieu Officer Keawe arrived on tho
scene and grabbed tho goods as "ev
Ah Looug wns released b) Ihe Slid
Iff to appear in court tills mornuiri,
and ho at once sworo out a warrant
for llio,nnpst of the pollcemnn win
niiosled hlm. Olllcer Keawo, nsalnst
ment onicliilK in coiiiiLcilon with tliO,fs follower. Estrada accompa-
.iiliu.v, on mo aiiiuL-iiio neiicii iiuomes this informat on with the re-
then lift without further delay on IiIh
Till nttlrlr lirtlim frrntiHiifr Wllilm'
icqiKst fur un Immediate acceptance I
or his. leslKiiatlon, In lnterirted lic
ally to menu that rrenlileut Taft wIV
not lliiRcr on the uppolntmeut i
EiicctsKor, lint "111 name the nun Ax
pocliitc .luntlco without deluj. kiioh
Iiik that (UnliiK thu lulerreKuiini lie
tween Wilder' rerlKiiotlon mil II u
nppnlntmcnt or a 8iirccnsir the fen It
tory, to all IntcntH and purposes, will
he without n Supreme Court.
It Is statu! about thu Capitol Hi il
unciii(ir Frear will iae a full ami
CNhai.Kthu defunso of liU laud polliy
iimiiIi- ttr thn mtfiiiln u lif.n It., mtur.i .
the hends of bomtii! departments haw
tlio. Governor. The mnr, li'irou has
drawn nil n record of nil the sii-vcjcj
and appraiser public lauds tint arv
stiimllnR ojien to nppllcntlon, tho nuiie
I er heliiK declared by Mnrslon Camtr
bell to bo approximately two thou
;lii: ALL INSANE
Dr. Straub Testifies
Is ever person that iittcni.t l
commit hiiliidu Insnue, was ho prj'i
lent that was prcn'iited to tho consld
oration of thu J urj this in irnliu; In
tho trial or Kanagawa, ihugol with
murder. In JiulKu Do Holt's department
or tho Circuit Court,
Kunngnwa Is tho Japanese who
murdered a woman servant .it t lie
liiiinu ot Judgu Lindsay, his trial be
ing resumed this morning, a recess
having been taken last ween owing to
thu Illness or tho defendant.
Attorney l.arnach. who wa apisilnt
cd to defend thu murderer, bases his
caso on an attempt to show ihnt !
nugawa vvas mentally derangod at thu
tlmo ho committed tho mmder. In
support of tho defense of Insanlt) I.ir-
nach placed Dr. Straub uiwm the
stand. Dr. Straub testified to exam
ining Knnngawu and of finding hlm
to bo normal with tin oxioiHon of
tho fait that ho had a bad memory
In tho cnurso of tho questioning Or,
Straub voiced tho opinion thut every
one who attempts to commit suicide
is montally deranged at tho tlmo of
committing tho act.
AT THE HOTfLS.
The names of those relsteicd at
local hotits toda) are ns follows: J,
M, Jenkins, Mrs. O, H. Ansle) and II
O. Wllllard. all of Bihoflold Harracks
and T. SI. Smith, purser of thu S. S.
Alameda, aru guests at thu Young.
Joseph C, Ta) lor of l.cilehua is slay
ling .it Iho Ken al Hawaiian hotel.
whom, a charge of assault Is laid, il
down on tho ricelvlng cIutk'h b'.ottc.
ns having been, run in,
Jiulgo IlimiphrejB appeared for tl.o
defendant Ah Leong this mornl'i;; and
asked thut thu caso go uvcr until
WodiieJdny nuxt, This wfs g,-mtir
lo Juago A111I1 lulu, mil on tlt.lt da
Ihe whole iiftttei will ho llneslieil oul
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. Gen.
Estrada, leader of the revolutionary
forces, has cabled Secretary Knox
that peace in Nicaragua can be se
cured only through the complete ex
clusion of ez-Preiident Zelava and
gH! that h. he rrrctminA the
.President of Nicaragua,
WASH1N0T0H.. :cc. 90.
T..f J i. A J - -2 ...! f . W
rresiaens.iwyiuramwa jnciijT ,
Gage, foraer Governor of Calffor.
Ij a. ITn(fJ Clntaa UlnlaikK 9ft
iun, oat ujiiivu ehuia itici
WASHINGTON. Dec. 20. The
Senate today confirmed the appoint-
iTnT - l"8 Ol .in'ii'c juuiiuii lasuwatc
'Justice of the Supreme Court, and
mills u( Hex Mexico,
NEW YORK, Dec. 20. The
price of refined sugar was reduced
today ten cents a hundred.
TUG IQST; CREW SAVED
NORFOLK. Deo. 20. News
reached here todav of the founder
ine at sea of the British tug Bull
doer. The crew was rescued by the
CHILEANS ARE OUT
SANTIAGO. Chile, Dec. 20. The
Chilean Cabinet has resigned.
Personal Property is
Valued Up To
Tho final accounts of tho Hawaiian
Trun Co, executor, and .Mitrlej uamp-i
bell Bhlngle, executrix under the will
or the Into Abigail K. Campbell I'nr
kcr, havo hem filed In thu Circuit
The, accounts show iho receipts on
the account ot tho general nrincllitu
to ho 139,it53; receipts on account of!
general Income to bu $17,119 89; ills
bursoments on account of general prln
clpal, $144,070 4i; disbursements on
ilccQunt of genirul Incomo $R,126,3t,
Tho figures show tho balanco on
hnnd to bu $10,993 58, Thu total vnluo
of the personal propert ot the estalu
as shown bj tho luvoiilor) Is $307,-
The aecounts win bu submitted to
Jiidir Hobluson ror approval on .Hum-
ary 24. V
Shots at Man
Richards Once More Escapes From
f ustody Was raptured at Parents'
House, But Eludes Officers
Thulium lllchnids Ih becoming
local .lurk Shcppard ns fur iih oscnp-
Inc from custoih is tonierned. On
Saturdav nrtcrntxin he was surren
dered b) his bondsman nnd landed
In the police station. ltlclmrd's
i.tii) there was very short, as he
managed to scale thu wall at the
back ot tho Mini nnd escape.
Ciller McDuflle vvas out nil Batur-
ilnt tilaht trtlnir tn Inentn thn m I
capec, but could not Ket any trace of , '';l'' "' fl'lef 1'eard ti wnf
him till this niornhiK. when from KIR . nnil then saw he kite
information received it was dccld- """' making up the trail at his
rd that the wanted man wa. being ,,"t "''T1' """" ,ra,"" ,"' 'i!
hidden by his mother, who lives at 1",l,,pr mn ,' fo,1',w; Mnun
K,i, (took Up the chase, but the fugitive,
Aieordlngly McUiiffle and two knowing the path through t,H ba-
lothor om.ers vlsltod the HIchariL'
home, but on arrival there with a
search warrant were puxlcd lo find
inn trace of the man. After looklnc
under beds ami into closets the
kleiithh-were on thn imlnt of giving
. . -. .
up mo nuni, wncn Mcuume nollcen
i. small. trap door leading into a ltt
i.l.. II.. I. ..I -.
uc mu nuu riiuni i
8lnndlnir on n labln. thn blcr ehlnf
was able, lo force, the trnp door open
and thrust his head through the
aperture. Tho first thing McDuflle
saw wiim tho wanted man, who win
crouching against the wall remote
from the trap door. Upon being
SORRY TO 00
Declares He Intended to
A positive disclaimer Hint ho do-
elded onietlinu ago that tin would not
contlnuo on Iho bench of thu Federal
Court was voices! by Judgu Woodruff
.this morning In thu roursu of bidding
foimal farewell to tho people of Ha-
j wall, ns represented In tho courtroom
of tlio United Stuteu District Court.
Judge Woodruff declared that "I
wns uover more surprised In my llfo"
than when Iho cablegram wns lecelved
about two weeks ago containing Iho
offer of tho suretyship of tho I'o
cahontas Coal Company. Ho expressed
Ills ii'gret that hu found It necessary
to leavo the Terrltoiy and added that
(Continued on Page 4)
STOCKS AND BONDS
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Hawaiian Triict C( I tti
IWWaiWII 1 1 UM VU., LIU.,
' 023 FORT ST.
called upon to surrender lllihnnli
quletl) kiivo himself up mid was
handed over by McDiimo to olio of
the other o dicers.
McDudle then became ciiRiiKed In
an examination or the parents of
Hlrhnrds, and thinking tho prisoner
safe In the hands or the other spe
cials, was not p.ijhiK much atten
tion to him. x
" Krive uesi. soon got u long
w"5' ln "'" len'1'
0no ' ,he officers who had a gun
w,,h hlm a then ordered to lire
'" ,h Blr " ' frighten Hlih-
nr""- Tho revolver-was dlscharxed
ttftfljtn ! ikafonln offa.lr i.. ka d J
,. - "", - """""J """7 wf Vi",
"'"' " l'o of tho escaped
1 ItrlHOnPI. Whn iinin illianliitnnFAil I
- ........ imoh'i.iii.vi
"ne ""'re from view-
' Hovvovir .McHurflo Is confident
tiiat ho will lay his hands on the
.n'1"! before man) hours have passed,
land one hu docs capture Richards
again, Iho modern Jack Shcppard
'Continued on Page 4)
Christmas Stump Didn't
Materialize and the
Having orders piovallcd In Iho stock
market today and tho general tieml of
!)io market will probably bo upwnidj
from now on, Tho Christmas Mun.p
has not panned out. Belling onlirs
have been withdrawn nnd the nun
who has been holding his monev Whit
ing for Iho "holldaj low prices" will
havo to buy on an advancing maiku
Comparatively few sales weru ryv
twirled on tho Hoard this morning hut
ever) one of them was at an advauiu
over Ihu ridiculously low quo'allo'is
that havo ruled for a week. Ilomtr
sold at a hlghor flguro nnd W.ilnliia
(Continued on Page 4)
Only One of Our Long Line of
H ii A.
1051 FORT STREET.
Big Liner Has Laborers
FOLLOW ON NIPPON
Wireless Plant on Tncific Mail Boat
in Communication With San
Francisco at Fcur Thousand
lln nilviiiiie guild of Mimilhlllir
like live hiunlri d I'lHpIno laborers has
ai lived at lloiiolul u.iml v 111 bo dis
tributed to thu various siuir pl.intn
tlons as soon u s they have gonu
thrcnr;h the iniulied uxamln.ition Hum
thu locil linuilgratlou aiilliorllles.
Tlio Filipinos to the number of thir
ty li'aclied llouoli.tii this afternoon by
the I'liclflc .Mall llncroreu. Tlio ve
set lenijlued live iIiijh at .Manila on
H Is trip. Thu natives, were e.wer fo
gd .I'liorc and anxious t onttlo down
in tl.olr new liouiu ami take up ini
tio incut on thu sugar estate
Thu b'g deliriatlou' of llllplnos
which have been reirilltid b .Messrs.
Wtiklinni nlid Ktevin nie slid will fn.
u , h T ,. K N M
Thu libor ngiuts aru now wiiikliu;
both in I'iiiiii) Negros and Liiztn Is
lands. 'I hey 1110 securing the belter
class ot natives, who mo exccrdiugly
keen on making u th-iiiKo or bnsu and
migrate to a plnro whero they can
take up labor and at tho same tlmo ac
quire 11 practleal and woiklng knowl
edge or the sugar-milking business.
The Korei w Ik less worked lo per
fection on thu present trip, urrordlns
lo thu roirt from Operator Phelps,
who formerly handled the leclgraph
key on the Oceanic steamer Aliimcd i.
Tho vessil vvas In cominuiileallou with
San Kinnrlsco at a dlslanru ot over
roiir thousan I miles a few night ago.
A message had lain senl to tliiKn
biikti stiiHou but tho ojeralor at Ilia
Hawaiian station replied (hat hu was
very bus at the tlmo A few miuulea
later to I'hilps nstnnlshnient, cimo a
lueisngo from Hau Pranelsco amioiuic
ing thu receipt or Ihu Koun's mes
sage . The answer vvas Immediately
On tho evening of He (ember 17lliu
Kiirt'n picked up n message from Iho
Canadian-Australian liner Makurn tho
two steamers being over 22JU mllen
apart. Thu .Makurn vvas then boiuo
flft) miles south of Pannhig Island.
The Korcn brought seven Inj-over
passeugirs ror Honolulu out or her
small list or passengers. There nro
hut thlrt)-slx traveling In Iho saloon.
Second class passengers who disem
barked at this port Included an even
dozen Jiinnsc women who nro said
(Continued on Page 6)
This one is a delicate shade
of crccn calf leather, beauti
fully vcrforntrtl nivl trimmed.
Much in favor thioufjliout
the fashion centers in tho
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