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VOL. XI. NO. 4500.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1009. 10 FADES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CHINA LODGES NEW PROTEST AGAINST JAPAN
On Nippon Boat
Territory's Chief Executive Will Sail
From San Francisco Tomorrow
-Cuts His Itinerary
Umernor Ku-ir la g'dng- to tr.ivil
on it J:ii ineai! liner 111 Ills h islo ( get
h.ick -to tho Toirltory from hl lrli
In Urn mainland. A cablegram wiia re
- '. i
eel Mil this morning liy Acting (1u ,
oinor i:. A. MoltSnitlh from tlio lu
crimr In Bun Finiiel-tcn, Nt'ilui1-; lli.it
lid will s.illNnnionow mi tin, Tfiiiii
Muni, mil villi; hcio mi .Knuniy fi
much curlier tlinii w.ik expcitoJ.
Tlio f!ocrnor'H cablegram did 'iftir
Htlltu llC'tlOr III- llllll llll Illll'IVlnU
wllli I'rlnrc Kiililu whl'e In San Fran
cisco ami discussed tlio limit imllcy fit
tlio iidmlulstinlloti In tlm territory
In Ills decision In ret ill n V llliiiitt tie
lay Die fiovctnor lias iu.iIi.tI illy Htimt
oni'il 'IiIh Itltici.uy mi tlio nriinl.iii'.
tlin Kiililu sensational ili'iiiinrlalliiii nt
Fiour'a M)llcy mill thu sheaf of lejd?
nations Dial followed llio cliloT exec
nlho all llio way In Washington up
patently causing lilin ild reach the ii
chlon that tlio bout place for III") u)
Waialae Realty Deal
Opens Home Tract
Twenty-Five Acres of Land Will
I3e Rut On Market In Desirable
Residential District.' '
A. II.DiiiiiIoki mnl 1.. Klikpalrlck
thu Hawaiian lleulty Cnnip.iiiy, tom
p'cttil a ileal on Friday hy which pos
loiislou was Huciiroil nf one nf the most
dot-liable sections of thu city for mi
Inn him homos.
This piugreiislvo teal eitntu com
lilnatlnii has bought finui thu I'nlnlo
Laml & liiipiovuiiiciit Co, iiliiuit twon
tj Iho atios of land honlorlim on the
Walatae roml an, I Just hojiinil thu eml
of Iho Wnlnlae Htleet car teiiulniil.
This tiact will ho cut up Into comfort
able hilllillliK hita that will filiiilsn
hltt'H for sonio of tha mos' nltraftlve
honiea to hu hail.
Work IfflB aire uly hesnn, In fact, on
cleailtiK Iho Inml. pavliu! the alrcls
Hinl puttliiK ihu tract In Hist class con
illlli. n fur Iho Improvements of thu
Thu InlM vary In slzu hut averaso
uhoiit 7& by i'io fiiet mnl will bo 'put
on Ihu mm hut nt $3ot each. Thu lay
of Ihu lain) Is such that ench lot hu
bhloH havliiK a finntapo on n main
inoiiuo of ti.iftlc ami being comcnlenl
The PRUDENTIAL'S Guaranteed
Five Per Cent Twcnty.Ycar Endow
ment Policy doubles the amount of
insurance in twenty years, which is
then payable IN CASH, thus mak
iiiK "ASSURANCE DOUBLE SURE."
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
923 FORT fa.
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Hit1 present tlmo was hack nt his desk
In llio Capitol building.
Thu firs! queiy that fnlluwcd on llio
ntws or thu llnvornor'H onblo In offi
cial droits was "will ho have thu $2u)
line loinllloil for Unlatlug thu coast
wipe law." Ik'iolnfiiro thu (lnu lias
almost always boon loniltlul whfii
Koinl cause or ieincigon',y was shown
In havu caused thu person to tiavol
nil n foreign rlilp. Fiom the flov
t'tiior'x low point Ills decision to ru
turn with hasfo has undoubtedly hern
Juallflod ami It Is presumed that Hi'.
Department nf Ciiiinnoioo anil l.ilmr
which has Jurisdiction hi the mat tor;
will Inku the siuno vluw.
The data has hoen gnthcicd hy lliu
ifoi.irtnii'iit IicuiIh In hu used hy the
chlof executive In explaining his nil.
tudij mi tho laml Iuwh In reply to thv
Knlilo 'criticism anil 1 la presumed
thnt the pmiiuiicJcmtMttn will, ho. In
mioil Hhurtly nfter his return.
to thu Ktrccfcai)!. will nlno coiiiiu.iiut
u iiiaitulllcciit Nlew of thu laml anil sen
inward Koko Html.
Locateil on thu far ulilu of (ho hill
alii) slopliiK Ki'.utiially toward Waia
lae, this tract Is protected fiom heiuy
wlmls and tl lnu dust mid tit the sumo
llniV thu aliunde Is hiicIi as to kIwi all
thu betiefttH of thu most salubrious
climate. Au ample supply of water Ir
asHincil, mid the day Is not far dlbtSnt
when this fiiMireil spot 'vlll hu a-biruuil
wllh artistic homes and bountiful
WHAT ZELAYA SAYS
SALINA CRUZ, Mexico. Dec. 27.
Ex-President Zelaya of Nicarajrua,
who arrived here a fuRitwe from his
own country, was interviewed today
by the Associated Press. Zelaya
states that he wiirco to the City of
Mexico and remain a month. After
that his plans are not definite.
TO BOOM 1915 EXPO
SAN FRANCISCO. Deo. 27. A
committee of two hundred has been
organized to forward the campaign
for San Francisco's Panama-Pacific
International Exposition in 1915.
This committee is made up of the
leading business and professional
men of the city, and every energy
will he exerted to bring local, state
and national support to the great
S. S iiilonian
Will be our next
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. Kin"; St., Phone
PEKING. Dec. 27. The Chinese
Government has lodged a formal
r.rotwt against the action of Japan
for its alleged violation of the Man
churia telegraph convention.
HULL, Mass., Dec. 27. The ter
riflc storm that has been raging all
along the New England coast claim
ed twelve victims here today when
the splendid five-masted sailing ves
sel Davis Palmer went ashore on
Harding's Ledge. The vessel is a
complete loss, and twelve men of her
large crew were drowned.
DEATH IN STORM
NEW YORK, Dec. 27. Eighteen
persons are known to have perished
in the bliuard that has held this
city and the adjoining country in its
grip for two dav.
TO MAKE DEAL
IMwnrd I'ollllz. who was n pussen
Kcr on thu Mongolia. Is down from thu
roust In connection with a deal In
MihlnK Hutchinson plantation, the
nKi'iicy fur which koch ocr In Ilrcwcr
& Co, thiiMiith thu consummation of
Iho URt'iiey salu betweeilxTtruwer mid
William n. Irwin.
Thu control of Hutchinson Is now
hold by Pollltz mnl It In assumed that
hu desires whoeer takes the iiRcncy
to pnrcliare his conlrolllnn Interest.
Thu agency of llnlihliuon Is with li
wln ft Co, until the first, or thu jenr,
when It passes over to Hi ewer & Co.
l.ule last tilulit a serlomi stabblui;
nlTiay took pl.uo at Walortnwn anil
In cotiscuucucu a man 11 a in oil 1'ied
OIiukcii has been ionuyed to tlm
Quoin's Hospital and thu man who
stabbed him Is beliiK sought by Chief
It appear that Iho row started while
a number of men were drlnkliiR mid
cololirutliiK the holidays, Olioson and
the ninu who finally cut him )ip had
11 few words, and theji a freu-fornll
fit; lit occmrcil, DiiiIiik thu meleu Ot
rcseit's opiKiiiuut Krahlicd a chisel and
proceeded to ilrho It into tlio unfor
tnnalo man's body.
Ono cut Is on thu rlcht leR ahnvu
the knee nnd thu chlsid narrowly
missed a Iiiru nrtcry. Another blow
of the chisel Inlllctcil 11 nasty wound
on the victim's bond, nnd ho lost a lot
of blood through It. Fellow workmen
then separated thu men and the
wounded man was rIvcii first aid and
then sent on to tho hospital.
Chief McDnflle went down to Wnt
ortouu this morning to try and And
the man who nssaulted Otresen. The
chisel man's name was not known to
Otreten nlthoiiRh ho Is a fellow env
ploye nt tho dock works.
V. A. IIpbr waalarrpoted nt Wit-
tertnwn this afternoon hy Chief Me-
Diifllc and tiiKon to the jkiIIco coutt
Ho Is held thoio on a chiitRo of hav-
Iiik assaulted Otorseii, tho mnn who
was taken to the Queen's Hospital
tills limrnlnR. ,
lleRR'g statement Is to the effect
that a party of tho employes of tho
dredRes ut work nt I'enrl Harbor all
jollied In together In a launch Joy
ride, All the membeis of the party,
wth the exception of one man,
weio drunk. Something went winue
with the uteorliiR Rear and In the
dispute that followed us to the best
way to leniedy tlin defect, Uprr
Mules that Oloisea c.iappled wllh
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MILITARY MEN HERE
TO SELECT BAR-
General Barry And Staff
Arrive 3y Steamer
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
Herman Dinklage of Customs Force
Returns 'a Very Stok Man
Mongolia Calls at Manila With
Heavy Army Cargo.
Thtro wns a dlslliiRiilsheil paity ot
United States Army o'.llelals on lrnnl
thu Pacific Mall liner MoiiKod 1, which
ai lived ut lloiiolulii shoilly imor the
noon horn today, Tho part) liu'lujo.i
(leneral T. Ut Harry, Comii..-.n.'.fr of
thu Department nf Callfori.la: Cuhuii'l
W. I.. Klnley, dilef of staff; Colonel
John Diddle, chief uiiRlneur officer, and
Captojn. Frank It. FerRiisson, the Oen
01 al's aid,' They come to Hoiiolu'11 to
select the M)slton of thu new qii-trl-ers
to he lonslrtnted ut the Sehollcld
The IiIrIi r mill Inn iiitllt.uy mn wum
mot nt,thi wljrftiy CMituli) KMtCnatl
other nftlclalh connected wllh the army
fi.rTlce here. 1'fcp- MnnKll hmiiKliI
almost a reinrd list of cabin passeu
gcrs'for Honolulu, In the saloon were
onu hundred nnd fifty persons who loll
tho ship at this port. Twcnty.ono
from tho second class and two In .the
RtceniRu were also Included In tho list
Kho hundred and fitly tons of rcii;
erRiil car so was' hioiiRht ilown fiom
San Francisco and a mainland mall
aiiioiiiitlm; to fi'JU sacks whs receUed
by tho local poKtiiflho officials,
Tho .MoiiRolia met with sonui nasly
weather as she uppioached the Ha
waiian Istnmts, She camu down fiom
the coast In a trlflu less than six davr
It wim a Jolly Christmas that was
spent 011 board the blR thlp by the
homtiiI hundred trnelers. Khihoralo
preparations were inado hy Captain
Morton and Purser I.iuUiRsen an I
thero was nothhiR lucking to add to
Hie enjoyment and pleasure of the
passengers, Tho usual Christmas two.
flRiiit'd conspicuously In thu dlaluR hu
loon. No one was morlookod In the
Rencrmis distribution or gifts and lit
The vessel left tho California jsut
with more than sown hundred passen
gers. In tho BteornRe Is over five hun
dred that aro trinellng U tho variolic
porta of call throughout tho Orient.
Tim Mongolia Is currliig sovcinl
thousand tons of Army and Navj
stores for Manila and will therefoie
make n special call nt that place nftei
leaUiig NaRasakl nnd before pioceeil
Ing to Hongkong her final destination.
Ill addition to tho government trclsht
Iho Mongolia has other shipments foi
various Oriental polntH. which make
her carRo mcaslira the largest dis
patched from San Francisco for some
Hciman Dlnklago, one of tho popu
lar officials connected with tho cus
toms ucmco, returned hy the Mon
golia 11 very sick man, Mr. Dlnklago
left Honolulu tho first part of Ihe
month for Han Fiunclsco hy tho trans.
port Thomas, Ho was Intending to
pay n lslt to Mexico and contemplat
ed being away from, bis ditties for tho
greater part of two months. Mr. Dink'
lago was suffering from several cr.r
buncles. Upon arrival ut tho coast
tho Honolulu man was taken very ill
and for 11 tlnio his llfo was despaiied
of. He was brought buck by tbo-Mon-
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SENATOR FROM MISSISSIPPI
JACKSON, Dec. 27. James Gor
don was today appointed United
States Senator to nil the unexpired
term of the late Senator McLaurin.
FOR ANYTHING THAT IS NEEDED
IN THE LINE OF PASTRY.
jiuixu oiiuu,i, nitnai uniuri
D A M A G E
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Dee. 27. A
storm is raging along the coast of
New Foundland, and great damage
is being done to coast residents and
SEATTLE. Dec. 27. It hat been
learned that Schnbach & Hamilton
are the purchasers of the turbine
tteamen Yale and .Harvard, i)he
transfer of "which from the AtlaRtio
coast was reported last Friday. The
steamers will ply on the Sound.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
COLON, Panama. Dec. 27. The
United States armed transport Prai
rie hns railed for Bluefieids.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LOS ANGELES. Deo. 27. The
Jepsen Transportation Company have
ordered two new steamers to be used
solely in the banana trade with Mex
V,tl ul.. linn !Ill K1IIH fti.u dltl, ,1 I
. .. .' ,'i... 1.' .. .., I
low uaromeiiiu leiiiuiiK ueou leinriiuui.
by tho United States Weather Hurtau
III Honolulu, At 4 o'clock yesterday
Hf lei noon thu.baiometer diopped to
23,60, which U cry low for this par
ticular group of islands nt any time
of the ear. Tin 10 cars ago It fell
to 20.51ii Honolulu, which estab
Untied a record,
Thu United States ialn R'liin on the
top of the Young Hotel rcKlterod '
fall or 1,01 Indies of rain for the 21
hours ending 8 p, tu, esturday eeu
ing. For thu 3K hours coinmunclug at
8 u. m. Christmas morning until s p.
m, Sunday evening, as much us 3,1.1
Inches of rain had fallen. Thu lowest
tompciuluro 'recorded during jester
day was ti2 degrees. This was not b;
any means thu lowest teniponituru le
corded this ear, as oil January 0 It
foil to 61 degrees, while on Fo'iruaiy
12 It went as low us SO degrees, Kliuu
these baromulrlc readings, thu hoav
rainfall mid the low tcmpcratiirH r--
corded, tho city scorns to huvo been
thoctnter nf n c clonic slorm.
Thero weio no washout on tho Oithu
railroad, nccordlng to I), F Dllllng
horn, when seen this moinlug, bill
thoro has been a very bud landslide
near Kaeua l'ulut, tho must south
westerly poln of this Island. Tho gov
orntnentHH been doing somu tilling
mid repairing to an old bridle tt all ill
loot l in or Iho railway tracks, and ns
these fills hid not been properly put
Report Da vis
Is To Resign
United States Commissioner Said tos
Plan Following Woodruff's
Tlic icslgnatlimx of Judge Wood
ruff, Justice Wilder and s,iiperinle:i
dent of I'ub'lc Instriicilmi Halibut lino
resulted In u number of mmoia I'lio:
circulated concerning , olhei oTidals
of Ihu Territorial and Federal Co'iin
inent who nro being credited with 11 '
desire to relievo thomndvui of the
onerous duties of public o'fitu. Til'
latest official who Is said to In'end to
lcsiRn nt thu first of tho yo.ir ! Vi. It-
Jed Stales Commissioner (3oorj;, Drvls
Commlsslancr Dials has been doing
Ihu bulk ut the work that iuiii-m he-
Company Incorporated With Copi
tt.l Fixed at $30,000 W. Pfotcn-s
Articles of Assoclatl'u linn been
1 en lor ino Americaii-Mtawailiiii run-
Ih'Miig Company, I-hil'od," an" bne
licon npprocd as to rorm by Attorney
.iiiii,osu j. niriz, mo secretary,
iiivlit the following statement of thu
1110 .Miierican-llnwallan I'ulillsliIiiB
v-n.. i.ui.. win soon nai reany for
imiiihu.iikiii u m-w iiiiitursui coueiiooK, .ueasurer: 1.1 11 hy Aiubroso J. Willi,
It will be n work of three volumes of secretary, mil lull liy F. Mucfal
ono thousand pages each, and It Is. lane dim lor
expected to be ready for Ihu market
by July or August next.
"The purposes and Intentions of the
corporation of tho American-Hawaiian
Publishing Co., Ltd., for which charter
has been applied. Is principally to
Issuo a publication of a code work,
This will bo n universal edition, mid
Is nnanged hi full) comply wllli iho
regulations miu'lo hy tho Lisbon Con
ference. the Conference of Trans Oce
anic Cable Companies, Vis well ns to
tho rules now Infoiced by thu tele
graph companies on tho mainland."
Tho stated purpose of Iho new cm
poratlon is Iho "huslnesH of publishing
In order before tin luiuw mlnit uni.
In, considerable damagu has been
PUIlLml il ll1 rfllil Knlln .!... l.
- ' " "" - iiuckh in
rnnuonilnnr-t. mHa l.,,lnl.,...l ...
consequence. "Wo aro ludobled
the government for this landslide
whlrh has hurled n laigu lKirthm of
our track," said Mr. Dllllnghnm. nnd
And satisfied with oui holiday trade. It was good. We
, feel encouraged. We have endeavored to handle only shoes
of merit, and we will enter the New Year frclh'ering dose-
ly to our motto, "GOOD SHOES at the RIGHT PRICES.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
fuiu (hu t'lilled Slates rominUruMi
In the Torrllor.i ami h.m glwu renej,
al satisfaction in the i-oms of I.Ih i'f.1
clal duties. It is stilled th'il ho wljll
ilcxitu nil of bis time in prU-lB 1 r.TS
Hie after the first of Iho jiar. 4
In the ueut that Jinliri !)' Itnlt'i
npiKilnted to the Territorial S'inriiiv
Court It is roiiFldeied priii.Mo tbhtj
William T, Itawllns nun u,t Aurf
ant rnnod Kiau-H Aitoiyty. win o
npiMiliited to the t'licult iteiiih.
lug dnother vacipcy to bu .IliJl l'i tl,u
nnd printing In all Its bratiohe," mid
the usiia iiiimei.iilnii or irir.ii..
Thu iiuiouiit of Ihe eipltil sfnek la
3li(ilin, with thu prilb;gu of sulucr.
quelit I'XIoiihIoii In $intn Of tho
capital slock I.t.vi idiuro.s ln.. Iien
mbcrlhul for. 2,'n In iriiii.iiii.i,r
er president: 3i) by F. Kl.imy, Cv
jprisldenlj Sfiu ,y (lonrgu llndlek-,
Articles of nxsnclntlun havu bo-mi
filed In the Territorial TreaKi'iier's oA
flee for the lui'orporiillon of Cam &j
Hollo. Limited, the runllnl stuck hefnef
fixed at $ln.()(in, wllh thu prlillcgeoji
exli'indui! to $ 1 im.uuii. i '',
'Ihu liicoiioralorH 1110 1: II, C.intof
Kaiieleiiu. 1'iin.i, Hawaii: C. Holt,.. v.
A, I'urdy .Ins. I, Mendoncn nnd J. ?;.,"
Silencer nf Honolulu, "J ;
Of Ihe Mm suln-erlboil shares IloltmS
l ,1... I...1.1 ..r o .... V01
.n .- vi ,11 ,,,( tunc no ami lli-)'i
others named ono share each. ,'
The curporntlnn has the P''wnr4a?
hkukv i "ii noes 01 commercial and
pinniaiiou activity. v
u m.iii -.. 1 1 ,... ,, Jfl
will make com) our limn In rt...i.. .
.,,,. t,-,,,,,,,, ,., uo iut-u wiieiuerMIlcy
A a ... -5 J
10 us 1110 money wiucli wo will hiuo
,.. , ,
10 oaimjiiii in clearing tins ucmls frnnr
off our trucks."
Considering tho lolcncc of
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