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Prom San Francisco:
llllunliin One, 22
For San Francisco:
Alameda Dec. 22
Aornngl jun. 8
For Vancouver: '
Xl"nii Jim. S
VOL. XI. NO. 4498.
BLOOD IN RIVERS FROM BATTLE AND BOMB
SUGAR FRAUDS INCLUDE REFINERV
NST. PETERSBURG. Dec. 22. Col.
Karpoff, dcf of the secret police
of the city, was killed today by a
bomb thrown by an anarchist. The
deed was clearly the work of a d(f
liberate plot carefully worked out
by the anarchists.
BOMBAY. India, Dec. 22. Ar
thur Jackson, the chief magistrate
of Najik, was assinated here today
while attending one of the theaters
of the city. The assasin was a na
tive and presumably a member of
me moody ot tanatics with anar
chistic tendencies that is bitterly
opposing the British rule.
Nasslrl; g (lie capital uf n district
or llomlmy (in tlio Godavail river,
aliout 100 mil from tlio city or
lloinliaj; mill Mime thirty miles from
(lie wnii cc or IhnC river. It is tho
hcadipiarlei'H or lli-alimiilHiii It) the
Dccciin- nnil ono of the most sacred
or lllniliio pllgilm results, Tlio
. banks nr tlio river lire always ciowtl
'oil with duwitees walling to ierform
tlielr ilnlly nhlutlnns before enter
ing the teniple.-i wlilch dot tlio ImnKi
tn either Hide.
Nasslck Is tlio Xuslcn or I'tolcmy
ninl was anciently n Muhatnttu cup
llnl. It Is noted for lis maiiiifuc
toilc.s or brass mid cupper work, pa
per. uitlati, etc. It him a population
of whip 22,(M)t). Tim district has mi
men or r,!iil square miles, embrac
ing a palliation or some S2U.000 In
Shot in Street
' BUCHAREST. Roumnnia. Dec. 22.
The Prime Minister of Roumania
wn3 shot today nnd seriously wound
ed by an anarchist.
Thr. following leases or Ian. I were
sold IiibI ,foiiday nt pulillc auction In
front or llio capltol building: ...SI
aeieH or land nt Knhaiimn.iwu In Ma
nna, lease sold to Mnlt Ho for $.!35.
Tlio npMit icnlal pi Ice or this hind was
rorineily.$l7." per iiuiiiiiu, payable
lemliiiimially In mlviiiico.
Ch.iilcs Knniiol pinrliiiseil (lie lease
or 110 iinroK or liinil at Ualapiio for
?lnu a year. Tlio upset rental or Oils
lanwil was 80 per milium. Chailes
KKaaiiol also pinrliiiheil the lease on
1H0 aeies of KahaiiHiiiil ror 2fi n year,
tlio upM'l lental bring $20 per annum.
All tlio iihnvo leases were wild liy Mr..
Campbell, Coinfiilsslnncr or l'ublle.
SoinetlnioR a man's will power Is so
r.ltnng Hint bo only thinks or Ills
S. S, Hilonian
Will be our next
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. Kinj; St., Phone 15
New York Senator Will spon
sor Organic Act Changtis
Tlir bill t'lti1xiil Iiik tlio iitllciidmeiiU
to Ibu Organic Art or the Tenllor,!
which were pasted by tlie special so-'
slon ot tliu Legislature called by (inv
trnor I'renr, will bo Introduced In tbo
Henato or the United Slates by Sen
fclor Depew or New York.
Tills Information lias been received
In a letter written to Acting Oournor
Mott-Smllli from Washington by (iov
"rnor Kirar, who gives ijttalls nf bin
work In coiincctioii wltb tlio prep.irn
tlou ror tlio Introduction, of the bill nt
tbo present session ofCongress.
Depew lins praetlcalTy agreed 10
stand sponsor ror tlio OrKiinlc Act
amending bill In tbo Soiuile ninl nn
other member ot the upper house who
Is looked upon to exercise 11 powerful
Inlliieiice In favor ot tbo measure Is
Senator Dillingham or Vermont, who
wns lecently In I fawn 1 1 ns n member
or the Immigration Commission.
(lovernor Krear states that the pros
Iiects Tor favorable action on the bill
artlils session nto piomlslng mid that!
WARNS HAWAII ON
FILIPINO HOOK WORM
U.S. Marine Hospital Sur
geon Writes Of Pratical
Dr. K. S. O001II1110 or Koiia has re
cently iirolUMl 11 loiter rroni Dr. Ilrew
or or die U. S. Mniluo Hospital serlo
or the Philippines, benruij on Urn
health or the. minimis, ilieaci Is
vouched for as a careful kt'idtnt umI
wi,iii " " t.tii.-itn m'iuliii e.ito
bo has publlHlieil some vaPi.tblc works
Oil trolllr'llt itiucitMpa Til,. 'Irllm- ml.
D'liiao, Colin, P. I.
Sept. Ti, t'JO'J.
My Dear Dr. (ioodhtic:
it... . . . .
from a Mr. Stevens, ivl... l nn ,v.
u at recuiiLiv mi i n vihil
orliig lo oblaln Filipinos rr tho so-
gar piantiillons In Hawaii. Just
what success ho will bavo It Is bard,"" ""1""""'" "siy in 1110 smouii
lo say. There Is a prejudice niiiong
theso people and they may not euro
to mlgiato. This Is "kept alho by
tbo men who hau nlnntntloiw i.......
Ovcr hoio the imtlvo Is not much or
n worker, but Mr. Stovons told mo
Hint they did very well In Hawaii 1
There Is. however, ono thine whirl.
some or tho plantation owners limy ,7 "f n,,lcM ","1 " tunntlty of sun
ovorlook, the iiiomiIoiici, of Intestl. 'Ir,e8 Hllch "s ll,,,10' ,l'1 Preserves
ual parasites iiiiioiiirst tlmsn .,'.. 1.,
.. . ." ....... ,.,..,.,.
11 you navo not tbo Pblllpplnq .lonr-l
mil of Keliin,... mi i,.,,i
Know tlm limim-i.,,,,.. .., 11. 1 1. 1....
Dr. t m iinnunn ..o '.
Dr. P. K. dnrilhon,
as a result ot
(Continued on Page 7.)
j.n. im uu ,a fiLivmilllllU WUH ClJIl
The PRUDENTIAL'S OuaranteeVcr"c,!' , .
A Ilttlo oxcltemont was occasioned
Five Per Cent Tuimt.Vwi. vn...
iive m tent Twenty-Ycar Endow-
,,, .,,, , .. .,
ment policy doubles the amount of
insurance in twenty years, which is
then payable IN CASH, thus mak
ing "ASSURANCE DOUBLE SURE."'!
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT ST.
1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY,
tlio hearings beforo the Mouse and
Seimtu committees have been arranged
ror, Kuhlo and (loorgo II. McClelland
preparing to renter all tbclr effort
upon pressing the iimeudmciitH before
Congress. From tlio tone of the Gov
cinor's letter, which was written on
December 5, tbo department heads
rcrognlze Hint Hawaii has reached i
point where changes tn its Organic hv
lire cssentlsl anil accordingly It Is ex
pected that (hero will bo little oppn
slllou lo the nmendliig bill us a whob
nlthmigh It Is Intimated that the go'
eial salary Increases that nro Incur
porated 111 It ran bo expected to b
nuUeilally redticAl by the national leg
The sponsor for the bill in the House
or Itepresentutlves' Is not stated bu'
It Is believed that It will be Congiess
man Ilartboldt, who was tlio dean or
tlio last Congressional party Unit vis
ited tlio Islands and who occupies 11
lending position In the lower houso. of
ROOM FOR EIGHTY
ON THE ALAMEDA
Hawaiian Products Fill
Hold of the
'This limirdi nf tmirnrtnnd million
lilies we hear so much about' from
tbo coastwise shipping siispenxloulstH
ramp could hao tlio time' ot thotr
lives taking their pick or tbo cabin
1 unm-iiHd " viiiiiiiiiiimiiuiiB iu uu
round upon this ship on her present
tltti t.i Qtm l.,itnr.M.i ' wn. tlin
accommodations to bo
feaiullc (omiuent oiYcred by an mil
eer (.11 tbu Hteiiinslilp Alameda just
lliefoie tbo vessel sailed for Sni
I'l'iinclnco at 10 o'clock this morn
Tlio Alameda left bcr borth lit
0-p"nlo wharf with but twe1.ty-.014r
"""- " " "
. '" u, ,",1,l "r ,ho vc",1 W1'8 n
l,"K0 co"8'K"'',''t "t llawallnn pro-
,,"(;t,, There wpio 3,t00 suckB bii-
Kllr :,,r,0 H,u'kH c"neo nn,1 rlco' c'"
00- 1,lln'l''" r Imnannii, 8,000 cases
,"""u" ipi; .- e
"' Brecn l,ne- A "hlpmcut of 1,000
limdo up tho cargo.
..uu . pivsuni
iismil, nnd tbo pleasing piogrnm
of melody added zest to the leavo
Inking. Diisplto tho small iiumbor
leaving for tho roast, tho erowil nt
jtho wharf was about up to tho stnnd-
I tl lft IU tit flu t t nn.la o
1H "10 "ne woro CU8t "tt '" "10
ttcmer H sll0 pullcd nway from
io wnarf by tlio frantic nttempta of
two belated passengers lo got on
hoard. Tho Alameda steamed ma-
Jt'cnliy down tho cimnnol, leaving
(ho tardy pair behind.
Dr. .Inn. S. Mrflrow win colebrala
ms eighty-ninth birthday tomorrow,
December 23. Dr. McOrew's birtbilav
bas always been tho signal for the as
scmblliiB of r good alniu of Honolulu's
first cltlxens and their wives to hid
hint many liuppy ietu-11- of tho div.
M iiMiul tho Father of Aiiiiu:;allot is
linle ninl hcaity for nl years .um in
condition to exiicct many happy lv.
iiirns 01 me day.
Anyway, (ho grass widow eu-jpe
Iho nnnoyance or being mid what
fine mini her hiixband v.'.w,.
Honolulu merchants want and Honolulu buyers
DOLE HOLDS THAT
Changes Opinion On The
WILL HEAR CASES
THAT ARE PENDING
Decision Comei at Surprite After
Belief That. New Statute Pre
Seisiont of the United States
Arter listening lo a sluing argu
ment by Attorney A. tl. M. Itobertsoii
Hits nioinliif, Federal Judge Dolo de
cided that It would bu possible tor thu
United Stntes District Court to con
tinue In operation although thu sec
ond judge, Woodruff Is now absent
rioni the Territory on his way to
Washington his resignation to tuko
effect on the first day of tho new year.
Yesterday Judge Dole and United
States District Attorney 11 reckons
agreed that, according to 11 since in
terpretation of the statute as passed
at the last session of the sixtieth Con
gress. It was liuiuissi'ilo for the 'Fed
eral Court o conl lime in operation
wiiiic only one Jin'iVf was present.
Judge Dole's orUuli n was moro or Jess
Informal' And upon "further reflection
nnd listening to tho convincing argil
muut of A. ('.. M. llobertson this morn
ing bo decided that ho did not Hgieu
with tho view expressed by Mr.
tlreckons and accordingly formally
decided that the machinery1 of tho Fed
eral Court would not have to bu hull.
od because Woodmlf Is now u passen
ger on tho Koica bound for Sun Fran
cisco. The general tenor or .IihIl-p lining
decision this morning was that In th
liiterieguiim existing between Wood-
rung denaitiiru from Haw-all mul 11,,,
diking effect or h'ls resignation, his
nliseiico wo-ild bo considered In Ihi.
light of a leave or absence and would
to all practical purposes bo In that
category. The construction now placed
upon tho wording of tho statute that
too said court shall consist of two
Judges wi Hm ro,,0
therein." Is that they shall lie do fn.v
lo residents or thu Territory ilurlns
their torm or office and Is not con
strued to mean that If n- Judge should
sco fit to leave for tho mnliilnmi IW
n imrlod oven though it bu with tho
Intention or resigning that ibo ma
chinery of tho court has to bo halted.
This view was supported by Attor
ney A. (I. M. ItobortBon, who died a
number or authorities In support of
his contention that Judge Dolo Is priv
ileged to proceed with tho cases that
havo been pending before him.
United Stntes District Attornm-
Ilreckons noted nn cxcoptlon to Judgo
Dole's ruling, adhering to bis formor
stand that tbo United States IUkIHm
Court Is wllhoiil legal standing be-
cniisn of tho departure of Woodruff on
Tbo II 11 1 1 e 1 1 n will not bo Is- M
It sued 011 Christmas day. In place K
Jt or thu usual largo Saturday pa- tt
St per containing thu week's social, tt
tt cnmmcirlnl, and general news, tt
tt tho Issue ot Friday, December 21 tt
tt will have tbeso Interesting feut- tt
JJ tires. tt
tt Patrons of tbo Dullotlntt
tt should bear this In mind whon tt
tt sending Sunday notices. Adver- tt
tt thing patrons will obllgu by tt
tt sending In changes of copy, for tt
tt the Friday's Issue not later than tt
tt tt tt tt tt ts tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
"How do you deflno 'black as jour
but'?" siitd a schoolmaster to 0110 of
his pupils, "Daikness that may be
felt," replied Hie budding genius. -("olumbln
DECEMBER 22, 1909. 16 PAGES.
Soy Mayor Fern in Defense of Mis
Action in Withholding: Charges
Against Road Official
Major Fein declared this morning
that ho had nothing In conceal con
cerning allegations made ngalnn Pa
ele, that they wcro in (lie hands or
the Hoad Committee and would bo
brought lo light If after Inquiry nnd
Investigation, tho charges pro ual to bo
founded on fact.
The afllil.'nlt over which n morning
paper went Into hysterica was sworn
to by 11 former Hawaiian employee
'mider Paele. The man bud worked on
Iho roads on thu other side of the ls-l
1 1 n . .1 .1 . .. '
num. a.u rnw int-n lllscmirKCIl lor
Isomo reason or oilier and soon after
appeared to discover that lie had bv.11
overpaid to the extent that he had
, received ono dollar and fifty cents for'
I a day s work when he hcllmcd ho was
entitled lo but a dollar and a quarter.
I The affidavit was first presented
through Deputy Attorney (lenernl An
drews, who transfericd tho matter to
Deputy City and County Attorney Jitli
Mayor Fern stntes that the charges
will comp up before the Road Commit-1
Mother Drags Newly Wed
Wife From Side of
l.ust night a blushing young brldo
aged sixteen was torn fioni tbo arms
of her newly wed husband by 11
icarch party Instituted by tho moth
er of tho girl,
It appears that, the girl, who Is a
PI city lluwnllan, had been In love
with a youth of her 1wn nationality
for some time, and as hor parents
would not consent to 11 marriage,
the youngsters took tho matter Into
their own hands. I
Accordingly tho pair were legally
married yesterday afternoon, and
then attended 11 luau given by tho
parents of the bridegroom, who
were very pleased with the mar
Just ns things wero at their best
and everything was going along In
fino stylo the door of tho room In
which the feast was being given
was thrown open ami in flockod tho
bride's mother nnd several family
There was a scrimmage mound
tile goal posts and the (sjor little
brldo was grabbed and carried oft
Irom beneath tho oyes of Iho bride
groom, who Is roported to huve ul-1
most oieii from the shock. Ilcforo
the nbducturs could get clear away
a rescue party was formed bv tho
bridegroom's friends, and then a !
teal rough houso stnrted.
Captain llnkor was culled In to
give expert advice on the proposl-
won ns to whether trie bride shoum
(Continued on Page 7,
Amongst the many beautiful things
Korr & Co. have been showing lately
Is a large lino of sainplo jot and shell,
barrettes, back and sldu combs, halt
pins, handbags nnd etc., which wero
sent them to bo used as samples in
making out their spring orders for tho
coming year, but us Mr. Kerr will bo
leaving soon for thu Kust the hau
declccd o put these goods on Milo at
once. It will pay you to oxnmluo thnui
soon us Ihey aru selling very fast and
will soon bu gone.
Santa Clans still continue:) to siiime-
Ihe crowdB with Ills dancing. Muslo
boys and singing will contlnuo lo
Xinas ovo. when Santa will take a
short rest In preparation for his
Xinas morning delivery,
neecf 'jhc Bulletinmost '
too at 11 special meeting mid will U
prou'd nulheiitlc, bo taken up Mltlie
full membership of the lloaid
The big thrco-tnngucd prod ha?
been unsheathed for Itoad Super
visor J. K. Paele or Koolaupoko dis
trict, lllltl lli.it oinrlnl litia i.fintf. nn.
tier the ban or displeasure or certain
members or the board uf city nnd
county supervisors, and mote es
pecially thoto comprising the umi-
uiuieo on loans and bridges.
In addition to what Is alleged us
n ciliulmil chnrge, Paele also faces
th" allegation that he Is Incompe
tent In tho handling of affairs In
The road committee lsltcd Koo
hiupoko the other day. They went
prepareii to settle 11 number ol com
plaints which hae been creeping
out the Pall and Into the rlty hnll
for runic weeks past. They called
upon lionil Supervisor Paele mid In
1 quired Into the work tlmi 1... 1, .
been performing nnd Its relation n
(Continued on Phue 3)
IS THtRE NIGGER
"Is there n nigger Iu tho woodpile?"
or 1 Inker Iu tho nuw telephone agree
ment .' is n question certain member,
of thb Hoard or City and Count v Sup
crvicois nro asking themselves.
Tho county lawmakers as 11 major
ity do not take very kindly to tin- a,h
pareutly friendly oertures mnde bj
tho Mutual Telephone Company in lb
training up of nn agreement which Is
passed will servo to govern thu i.c-
tloiiB or tho City nnil County ami tin
local hello people lor many jears to
A now agreement wns presented to.
tho Hoard at the meeting held at city
hall last night.
Its advent was tho signal (or an uu
limbering ot tho sledges nnd dm lug
tho course or an hour's discussion, tho
nnvll rang out right merrily,
Thu new agreement Is said by tho
opposing majority to bo but lltllo moro
ravornble to city and county Interests
than the former mcnsuie.
McClellau believed that tho ngreo
men hnil reached tbu Hoard too Ijto
(Continued on Pace 7.)
Our Gun Metal Calf in several styles or pur Golden
Brown Calf Double-Sole Blucher are the right kind for' this
ALL-AMERICA -.SHOE $4 and
'A TREAT FOR THE FEET $500
miH mini n" m !
B0 Y0UR SH0PPlN0 EARLY
PRICE 5 CENTI.
BLUEFIELDS. Nlcancun. Dec. 22.
The fltst crcnt battle between tho
forces of President Zelnyn nnd the
nrmv of Etrndn that was fought yes
tcnlav resulted in n prcat disaster
for the Zeluyalis.
Qen. P.nma commanded the rebel
admy and administered n entailing
defeat. The killed and wounded of
,the Zclayam is place 'at 2.G00, nnil
four cutis, fifteen hundred rifles nnd
a million rounds of ammunition
were surrendered to the victorious
GcnernH Cnstrillo nnd Gonzales
of Zcla'-a's army are prisoners.
' It is reported that two Americans
were killed in the battle.
The surucons of the U. S. S. Dcs
Moines arc carinc fcr the wounded
brought in from the battlefield.
NEW YORK. Dec. 22. The wido
scope of the sttcar wcighim; frauds
was brought out today when the
Federal Grand Jury returned nn in
dictment atrninst Thomas Dovlc for
fraud. Doyle is the assistant sit
rer.'ntendcnt of the Arbucklc Sugar
This indictment, counlcd with the
payment bv the Arbucklc company
of several hundred thousand dollars
of duties n fc wdays ato indicates
that the fraudulent weighine of su
enr imports prevailed throughout
neaaiy an the rennencs.
Tiillt about your blc-g-iuu hiintliij;.
United States fifllcvra mu to train
their gnus 011 lialloo.iE. It ulionld ho
n gnat day for the cclclunted marks-,
mini or song and nlory who was nlilo
to hit tbu sblo or n b:ui:, '
Orders have been 'issued by Secre
tary or War Dickinson abolishing tlio
guard ot 0110 cdnipany or soldiers at
tbo McKlnley tomb iu Canloii o. Two
non commissioned olllccrs will remain.
Two women highway lubbers hold
up Nora McDonald n stenographer nt
Cincinnati early ono morning nmt
took $25 from her.
Man in .
The Best to
I Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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