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3 VOL. XI. NO. 4407.
? VAV .
COOK BRANDED FRAUD
Is Now Closed
Woodruffs Departure Halts Legal
Machinery Of The Federal
In nrlillllnn tn tuilii? tlnnrl'.'H'l nf thti Iimilvti1 mill Imvn rntnn In thn ron-
mcnllul IpjwI nuchlnury of a Tcul-1
tmlul Supreme Com I, Huwall la no
wllheiit n Untied States District
Ci)int duo to tin' hurried dcpaitu.'c
fi f mi tlio Tcrrltoiy il Judge Wnjururr
ami the ueccssai) construction placed
upon the law lay United State Judge
Dole mill Milled Slates Distilct Attor
ney llieckons. Not oven In r.ue if
tlio most vital emergency could tlic
Hulled State court lie convened, al
though Judgo Don. Is piescnt im 1 Ilia
machinery could lie Kct In inollna
without u luouu'iit'o delay. Tlie act
p.isse'd liy the Sixtieth Congrcs of
tin- Milted Stales iinivlilcit for tin
Federal JudgcB, Judge Dole prevlousl)
having handled nil tlio business ofxtlu
rouit alone. The law In so wmueil
liowovor. Hint whllo WiniiIiiiR'h rcuiR
nation linen nut Inke cfTict until Hie
llrsi of !io jear HIh ilep.irture on tlio
Korea for the mainland ycmcul.ij
makes It Impossible now for thn Unit
ed States I'ederal Court to liold n kcr
Judge Dole mid-the United Stalrn
District Atlorney nen In eonmilt.t-
Hon n tlio leif.il Mfpccl of the 'iniMlliiu
.Ftilrchlld And Moore Vouchers Are
Meld Up By W. O- SmithWants
Is !i Teniloiliil Senator entitled tn Besslon and leculvlng his J200 the
his pay for a special session of ibo'"'"'!" as his colleagues who weio
Legislator wm ii bo Is in a foreign ' Irt7"1t ,0 1"B,1e ,'" "lu '"' "IW ''"
. , , , ... . , plained uiid criticised.
and dining the com so of the session ....
, ., ,. .... . , As Shingle received his salary
-Is the problem that lias been IHwwl ll!ro ,,,, , BC01 (() ,, uuy liMm
up to the Atturuey Uuncral'H tlepait- Wj,y Moore and Kalrchlld should not
incut for deti'imliiiitlon
Smith, president of the
John Wise, who acted us cleilc of thu'by them lowaid tlio mallblnl Christ-
Senate, during the special session,
tleorgo Kalrchlld of Kauai and II.'
T. Jlouro of Oahii lire tho Senutors!
whose claims have been Hied ami
.which V. O. Smith hesitates to ui-
piovo jmtll Im has hiul souio enllght-
cumen't on the pioblem Involved.
Vouchers vvcih drawn for both Kalr-
child and Mooro osteiday by Wise
mil presented to Senator Smith for .
his approval. Senator Smith voiced I
the opinion tli.it tho question was Five Per Cent Twenty-Year Endow-
moro than that of simple "absentee-1
Ism." which Is not taken into consider- ment p0iicy doubl lhe amount of
ntiuii, a legislator hoing exeiued Ukiii ;
c-iuse being shown, mid teccivlug his . , . ....
,,;,,. , insurance in twenty years, which is
A piecedent was established its far1
ir tlKrlloimii of ltepiehcntatlveb was. then payable IN CASH, thus mak
concerned, Hubert Shingle Ijelng nb-'
"lit dm Im; tho entire course of the
TIie ALAMEDA, sailing 22ND
INST., will take to the coast a con
ligament of our choice fruits,
Island l-'ruit Co.
72 S. Kim; St., IMioiic i ;
clittion that tliuru la no way out of the
dllllculty and that no hcbhIoii of the
United States District Court ran lie
again cun i ned until u successor to
JiuIku Woodruff lb nominated by l're3
Idem Tntt. confirmed by the Senalo
and ready to assume his duties as the
Second t'ederal JudKo.
The statute cmeiliiB the point
passed by the Sixtieth Congtcss reads
"There shall be cFtablUfied 111 the
tald Territory it District Court, to con
sist of two judges, who shall reside
therein and be called district, judges
iiinl uho shall receive an annual sal
nry of jr.nuo. Tlio said court while
In session shall bo presided over b
only ono of said Judges."
This Is held by Judgo Dole mid
United States District Attorney tired
mis tn mean that it will be Impossible
for the machinery of the United States
court to contlniiu In operation, and It
has accordingly ceased.
It Is believed that even habeas cor
pus matters cannot be taken up by
Judge Dole and that the Kedenil Court
Is now absolutely without legal exist-
OJbe iblinbtirseil, It being lutlinaled that
poitlon of the $200 will bo donated
Acting Atlorney Ocneral l.orrln An-
drews believes that Kalrchlld and
Moom are entitled to their money and
expects to find a piecedent for bis
belief In an opinion leiidercd while
Attorney Generul in 11103.
The PRUDENTIAL'S Guaranteed
ing "ASSURANCE DOUBLE SURE."
! Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
; 023 F0IIT ST. B
HAVE GOOD WORK
Kahului Jail Contract Has
Proved No Great
BELT ROADS AND SECOND
' STORY FOR WAILUKU JAIL
Large Amount of Buiiness Done at
Meeting item tor naKinc nam
for the New Year of Work
(Special to the II u 1 1 t I n.)
Wallukit. Maul. Dec. IT. Tht M.iui
lout-ty Hoard. Supervisors W V Uu charge has submitted Dr. Cook's stockholders to pass Un the .li!l' "--'l't that was made by Attor- c-.mductcd bv Deputy Clt, ami County
ogue. W. I. llala. T. II. l.ym :' records to a searching investigation to refund the Indebtedness of the plan- "ey l.nrnaih to show that at the time Attornej. MlUertou. who sltowod to
il. and T. T. Mejeis itiinu' land announced today that the rec-1 ntion and consolidate at least $2,500,- "' cisi ' ."" ." ......... ... .... j..., .....v ...v
iiwi.- .MH....U.I.M.. irl.i in Kallinl..i. tnrn.A nu.r tn tbin. h the e. 'nne ..r .1... i.nn.in.1 ...i flnnilni? inilolii- Japaiicsu was deranged and not In full erime was preinedltuted mill that tno
and Knnalo districts, l.al.i-w.i.i nil t Ulorer fail to prove that he reached edness In a njw bond Issue. This iv
lloniiaula, last Tuesday afternoon Ithe North Pole. The statement pro- funding will of course be carried
They insiiected all the old and tliu nev Ceeds further and declares that the through by lilshop & Co. and wllljiu
roads in mid around Makuwiio Mey- alleged records of Dr. Cook are val- consummated on the next interest
crs of Molokal cannot (In I worn oueless. ument date Keliruary 1.
expiess his admiration of the b'.-au'l-l This has created a profound sen-1 This definite announcement nf wliut
fill toads in Makawao dlsttlri, and the
other nienibers of the lliunl nil J'Th
llnlu is trlug his best to put the
roads In his district In as fair a con.
illllou, but it takes time. Vallukii
roads are in fairly fine condition, mid
the new I'liiineiie Avenue will bn llio
finest lu the country when that thoi
nughfnro Is opened for trafllc.
During the next twelve months end
Ing December 31, lain, tbo county ex
pects to receive about S2.'5.fi5i) and to
spend iibout t22."tKi, thus leaving, a
net halnnce of $l.t,4fu to next uccount
piovhllng no unfiuesecn emerKcnclcs
nrlso to consuiufl tlio snlil surplus, nl
llmiuli it would take more than ilou-
bio that aiununt for twnlvn years to
pay off tlio belt mad oxpuusn for
which the county has set apart IGU0Q
to bo used next ear for surveys alone
It Is estimated that the belt road will
cost about $300 000, and the. county ex
pects to ask thoi next legislature for
siidi it bun, benro the appropriation
for preliminary sinveys. .
The county has ulso set np'irt Jsnon
(Continued on Page 7.)
Tho l.ltlle lirown Ilrotlier from
hie Philippines who Is arriving h"0
in ii pretty steudy stream to nld In
llllliiB the lunks of plantation labor
eis on tho vmiIous lurge sugar es
tates In the Tcrrltoiy of Hawaii, is
apparently coming Into Ills own, aim
he stands about aco high with his
..in nlnvnr. '
Tlie Filipinos uru making good on
the plantations according to a mun
ber of letters which have been for
warded to Agent C. A. Sloven, who
Is carrying on u successful campaign
for lecrutts down In I'nnny and
Ncgios In the Philippine, arclilpel-
lriom plantation managers and
agents Stovcn Jins Teceivtkl com-
uiulilcutloiiB of extremely eulogistic
nature, of which the following am
Mr. Adams, manager of the Kahu-
l.ii l'luntutluu, states that many of
his men huvo taken hold very well,
only a fqvv of them being undesli
Mr. Hull of O.iliu Sugar Co. lullt
a special camp fur his lot and tried
to make conditions as comfortable
as possible, furnishing them with
fieu food for several dns and In
other ways nursing them along, He
states that "Ti per tent of his lot are
(Continued on Patre 7,)
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 21. Su
gni 00 degrees centrifugals, 4.05
rents or $8 per ton. Previous quo
tation, 4.()B cents.
COPENHAGEN. Dec. 21. The
final brand of fraud waj placed on
.the claims of Explcrcr Cook today
when the report of the University of
liouennRgcu si-icuusia was iuau
The committee having the matter
nation in the omcial circles where
Dr. Cook was received with
marked favcr en his arrival from
Newspaper correspondents have
been unable to find Cook or learn of
his probable whereabouts. It is
believed that he ' it in retirement
enmewhere in Europe.
Cook's claim that he reached the
North Pcle April 21, 1908. is now
utterlv discredited, the University of
Copenhagen scientists being the only
ones who had not repudiated his
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. Sena
tor Flint has made a request for all
papers touching on the Ballinger
To Porto Rico
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. Sec-
retary of War Dickinson sailed to
dav for Porto Rico in the United
States yacht Mayflower. The Secre
tary goes to the new possession for
the purpose of investigating condi
tions in general and especially that
touching on the extension or citizen
ship to the natjves of Porto Rico.
MINISTER CH0NG VISITS TAFT
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. Presi
dent Taft received the new Chinese
STONE IS NAVAL OFFICER
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. The
President today nominated George
Stone as naval officer of San Fran
cisco. This is the post so long held
by John P. Irish.
The Senate confirmed theiapnoint
incut cf Robert Bacon as American
Ambassador to France. Bacon was
assistant secietarv of state under
Secretary Hoot and succeeds Am
mm- BULLE1IN ADt HAY -mm
STOCKS ARE LIVELY
Olaa Revives Under Plan
To Refund Its Bond
HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL A6AIN
I REACHES NEW FIGURE
WnUlun Strom? at 120 and Whole
rut t. Comini? Back to Former
Figures With Proipect of Go-
Olaa Jumped this morning, follow
ing the call for the meeting of Olan
I has long been expected had the eftd.'.
of bracing the stock, and the last sale
on the Hoard this niornliiwns r,.j
It hi probable that tne kiock wwi ad
vance steadily but nothing sensational
Is expected because, the stock bus
been so religiously knocked by a cer
Although public Interest centered In
Olaa. the whole list is 'very strong
nnd buying orders arc still till rule.
Tho drop In the price of sugar had no
effect among those who undcrsliiul
the raw sugar situation. The pi leu
wns expected to drop and the fact
that It does not go lower shows tti.i
strength n( tbu sugar situation
Hawaiian Commercial ailviinred I
dollar n flmru this morning on tlio sale
or elgntj fl'i' shares; Oahti Is selling at
33 ngaln. and Kwa ,tt 32.50. Tbu Wa!
alua slump wns mighty short ll''ui,
the stock now selling rea Illy a 1
Onomca sold nt M, an advance of ..
dollar a share. '
Thus hits the Christmas slump conn
to mi end. and many of the buyers
would be glad to Invest all their avail
able money at the prices that pre
vailed today. The whole tendency is
MANAGUA. Nicaragua, Dec. 21.
American citizens of Grenada, the
stronghold of President-elect Madriz,
have appealed to the American con-i
sulate of that place to secure a force '
of marines for the protection of life
WASHINGTON. Dec, 21. Re-
ports were received from Nicaragua
today that a battle was fought by
forces commanded by lien, nana and
Gen. Estrada. The latter is said to
have been victorious, and the Zelay
ans arc retreating.
HELLO PEOPLE ,
Tbeio me but n few distinguish-
tin mm ks bv which the Citv ami
County Supervisors may recognise
tbeli old rilend, lhe Mutual Tele
I Iiono Company wgicctnetit, Incoi
poiated In the now measure which is
(Continued on Page 4)
if " UU ,1
Japanese Who Slew Woman In Manoa
Valley Must Pay Extreme
'(liillly as charged." was tbu ei fumll) of Judgi I.lndsav and alter cit-
did returned this atteinoon by tin ting her tin Kit turned the knife upon
Jury In the ease of the Japiince K.i- lilintelf and tried the nunc means In
nngawa, charged with the murder .f end bis existence Although ileepei-
a servant In the homo of Judge I.Iik. ntely nnunded he survived and i.ft'r
sny In Manoa valley. It dbl not take reentering fioni his wounds was
the Jury long to reach their verdict, placed on trial for bis life,
apparently attaching little weight to The case for the prosecution was
possession of his reuses to a point
where he could be held to answer wl.li
his life for the sl:ilng ol the wo'iien.
The defense of the Japanese wij.
based upon a claim or uiomen ,rj n,
rnnlty. Attorney Ijirniieh Intro Inci'n
testimony by Dr. Sliiiub In an '"
to show that every person thai .
tempts to commit suicide Is Insane
Jealousy, wis the cause of the crlm
ror which tin- Japanese must pay t:ij quotation, 4.17c.
penalty with his life. He concealed Beets 88 analysis, 12s 3 3-4d.,
himself at night In the quarteis of Parity. 4. GO. Previous quotation,
the woman servant employed lu the 12s 5 l-4d.
What Did Frear
Say To De Bolt
Qovernor Said To
That He Would Not
Circuit Judge dohii Thomas De llltle likelihood that he will concur
Holt or Uohblus 11. Anderson now In the Indorsement voiced by the liar
tompose the accepted slate from AMMMilntlon. hut has given his ..pin-
, ' , ,'. . .. Ion to President Taft lu favor of An-
which will appointed the successor ,, Thn, 0merlw Vtvar ,,,
to Arthur A. Wilder on tho Suiiiemo expiess an abiding lack of conlldenco
Hench of tho Territory and thereby In I)j Holt's ablllt to sit on tho Su
liang n number nf rumors which 1 leme Hcnrh neems certain, nnd so
two receiving about the same amount far lliu reported expression of Ilia
of credit and dlscicdlt iiniong mem- fJovernnr Is thn most significant
bers of the bar. i thing that has been discovered that
From an nuthorllntlvo souico It Is ,n" u" considered Jeopardizing Dn
rnld that Governor Frear told Judgn Holt's chauics for the place. It was
Do Holt plainly and without hesita
tion something unusual In the nov
el nor that "1 do not consider ou
competent to sit as a Justice of tho
If (lovcinor Frear did muVo tho
statement attributed to him there Is
lk WkAWf njll!mmm0tim
Our Gun Metal Calf in several styles or our Golden
Brown Calf Doublc-Solc Blucher are the right kind for this
"A THEAT FOR THE FCET"
man was In full posresslliu of bU
niises when he committed the deed.
The .lapancsi was without Means
to employ n lawvcr mid Attorney l.sr
ii'icli was iiisiiuted to defeiii! the liic.l-v
'i'i nr by Judge I'e Hull,
' SAN FRANCISCO. Dec.
Previous' car. 86 degrees test. 4.08c
I unusual frnnlvtiptfa mi th.. it.ii-1 ..r
tlio tlovernor and It Is believed that
he must have been hnrd pressed be
fore making nub an outspoken and
Judge Do Holt's candidacy has
(Continued on Page 5)
THe Best to
tvjl Fort St. LI ... , TeJ. 282.