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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. DEC. 28, 1909.
PRICE 5 CENTI.
SUPERVISORS DEAL OUT NEW APPOINTMENTS
CORPORATION LICENSE IS TAFT'S PLAN
WASHINGTON. Dec. 29. During
the recess of- Congress the leaders
have been busy with the plans for
straightening out the cry serious
situation that has nriscn in conse
quence of the charges made against
Secretary of the Interior Ballinger,
connecting him with Alaska coal
As at present arranged, the inves
titration that has been demanded by
Mr. Ballinger will be made by a
joint committu from the two houses
of Congress. The scsiions of the
committee will be public, so that all
the testimony mav be known
throughout tho country.
NEW Y011K, Dec. 28. .Andrew
Carnegie, who Buffered severe in
inn en from a fall on the ice, is con
siderably better today.
Paid His $400
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 28. Gov
. trnor W. F. Frear, accompanied by
his daughter, sailed today for Ho
nolulu on board the Japanese liner
Tcnyo Marti. The Governor paid a
fine of $400 for traveling on a for
' " cign ship.
,. ' Accept Terms
BLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua, Dec. 28
aj .' den. Estrada, commander of the
victor ous rebel army, has refused
I to. ncccnt the terms made to him bv
Trssident Madriz,- the successor of
Zclaya. Estrada dcniesthe right of
the National Assembly to elect a
23 Are Lost
HAMBURG, Germany, Dec. 28.
The German steamer Capua, bound
from this port to Genoa, has been
lost at sea. Twenty-three of her
passengers and crew went down
with the ship. '
SAN FRANCISCO, 'Deo, 28. Su
Rnr, 00 decrees, test, 3.99c. Previous
Beets 88 analysis. 12s 41-2d.
Parity. 4.G2. Previous quotation.
1ZS Z 1-4U.
S. S. Hilonian
Will be our next
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. King St.,
Reports of Dissension Carrie From
Secret Sittings of Provisional
Committee Fight for Harmony.
Acioidlug to lepoi'ts from tlio
outside, tlicio In troulilo brewing
mining tlio Insiders of the I'rtivlsluii
ul Republican committee Hint was
organized not no fry long ngo In a
tccrct toiicluvc of tho Republican
County Ciininilttcis nttended by I..
One Hiiutip of tills trouble U wliut
uppcnis to lio u ring within n ring.
Tor ItiKtiinre, u meet till? of tlio
I'liivlflmuil Committee la reported to
hnu been held In thu ofllco of Troas
ccr Colliding on the eenlng of Pe
mnbc,r 215. t'resont ut this meet
ing were Clnrciico Crublie, Treasur
er Colliding, Deputy Attorney (len
tiul Andrews mid High Sheriff
Not picscnt and, It Is reported,
lint iciiieHtod to he preuciil wcro
Kll Cmwfnrd, S. lfollpou mid John
l.niie of the original l'ruvlidomil
Thus thero appears to he mi ex
ecutl)o committee, of tho I'uivliflnnal
Committee, mid no ono knows how
Minify nioro Bido Issues growing out
or tho alleged effort to resurrect the
Itepiitilli'ttn party. '
Theio are other tilings causing
tiouhlo within tho imiKs of the IMo
lslnuitllits. William Isaacs, once Itcpuhllcmi,
again l.nborlle, and sometimes Homo
Killer, has coma to town. Worst of
nil he hns received the endorsement
of tho I'lovlslotinl Committee. Ily
this enilnrsemeiit ho tins been put on
mi eiiiiallty with Costii, ono of tho
Japanese Doctor Victim
Of Daring Young
lii. llitiliio, who Ih 11 luailliig llgt'J
in tliu meilleal wntlil in Japan, ami
who iioipei oft tliu .Mongolia at thlf
poll liiteiiillng to Htay for nlioiit aj
week, liiul an iiniiluaxaut oxperlenco
tliu tlrnt rattle out of tliu box,
Tliu iloctor, wlionu olllrlal tit lu Ih
Ingenleiir ail MIiiIhIuiu ile l'lntei -
leur," wiih cscoiteil ilonii thu gang
way of tliu lilg shin liy a Htuwnril, who
niiiiumiuiv.l IMU ,,oiiu, n vtiiinu i,imi .
unit Kdun It. nil titnlilii ulii, tial.t.l tn !
I10 allowed to can)' them to an auto
molillo. Dr. Uchlmi learlieil nn niitomolillo
wifely, Imt tho liaggage fulled to ap
pear. Then, after a whllo, Chief Me
iiulllo wiih Informed of thu matter uml
by a Htrnngw colnrldenco, he wiih Jimt
figuring nut hnw to find tho owner 'of
two ImgH which had liven tinned In at
tho Ktatlon by 11 Itaplil Traiislt con
doctor. It nppoarH that tho lad who wiih
hired to carry tlio baga to tho antoino-,
lillo had, Instead, jumped on 11 ran
nnd then truuuforrcd to KliiB.fctreet?'
Tho conductor of tho King Direct car
noticed thu lad but iih hu .got off'ul
tho Kamehamclia fllrln' gehool, nnth-'
tng wiih thought ot thu matU'r. Hut
later on another conductor noticed thu
lad behind tho wall of tho bchool
giouiiilH, Tho boy'wiiR opening tho
bagii nnd looking Into them and throw
ing tho coptents aioiiml.
Thu cnudiietor grabbed the vnllau
nml Kiiltoimo and look them to tho po
lice otatloii, Theie was nothing miss
ing fiom tlio ri.igrt and Dr. Uchlno wiih
nmd6 happy by having them le'uined
to him thin morning, Thu boy has
not y3t lieeti eaptiiri'd but McDnllle
Ih on ,tho lookout for him nnd he will
liavu to ip!nli! how In, managed to
ttiKo Hid ImgH along with him down
oh wheel horses of tlio Hcpiibllcau
parly, lie wants to be Food mid
i William Isaacs has a rciord. He
has had more preujnet rows than al
most mi) one on tho list except pos
Mhl W. C. Achl, whose faithful fol
lower he wns at ono time, mid may
. now In1, He hns been iiwuy on the
other Islands, and his oppolicnlH
claim that nsldo from his Iricgu
larlty as a Itepiibllcau, he is a ma
llhliil Just at pietent In his rel.itlim
to O.ihu politics, and therefore ought
not to bo limided anything IIU i.n
elghty-flvo dollar a month Job on u
liver platter.' especially Is title
true when Costa, a staunch wtnkci'
for tho party. Is In the race.
I John Lane wilt have nothing tu
'say about It, but (hero Is no leason
to bellevu that ho likes thu politics
i'f Is.ihch any better than ho ever
did. Tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 u ' s Inforin
iiiil mivh Unit ' Isaacs' endorsement
'was murto ,when John was nut likik
Ingi or, In 'other words, while ho was
nway .on ' the other Islands with
Delegote Kuhlo. Whon Uuio fume
back and learned what hud been
done he raised a larpo sized protest.
I Tho meeting of last week, with
Imm, Kellopu mid Claw ford left
.(tit, has tho earmarks ot being a
iloposltlou to now sidetrack Lane
mid his suppoitcrs, as nil has been
obtained from tliem that was want
til, namely entry to their political
'circles, Now, If Naacs Is still an
jAclil man, the l.ano men think that
the PiovIhIoiimI Committee will get
t (Continued on Page 5)
PURE MILK AND
Health Committee And
Board of Agriculture
Theiu Ih 11 poxHllilllty Hint thu Con.
mltli'o on Health and Sanitation-aim
thu memburH of Ihu Hoard of Agrlcui-
turu may get together In tho matter
of drufllug 11 proper nml upto-djtu
milk ordinance for tho City ami Conn
ty of Honolulu.
CVilnnan Aylttt ot tho HiipervlHurn'
Health Committee, Iiiik tiro rough
draft of a milk ordlmincu prepared uml
it Is IIiIh muuHiiro that may miperceda
tho chiboruto orillminco that wuh Intro
duced beforo tlio members of thu
Hoard Homo montliH ago by SupervlHor
Ixigtin, and .which Anally was relegat-
(Continued on Page 5)
THE FIRST ADVANTAGE IN
NAMING A TRUST COMPANY AS
EXECUTOR OR TRUSTEE IS
THAT THERE IS NO DANGER OF
THE ESTATE BEING IMPAIRED
BY DEFALCATION, IMPROPER IN
VESTMENTS OR NEGLECT.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT ST.
Plum Tree Is Shaken At
AND PARK ATTENHOTS
City Fathers Decide on Men for a
Numoer of Vaihnt Places
Cleric to the Board Appointed
Indigent Burial Contract Let)
ltcptihllraiiH lugged oil neeral plinna
alter thu .shaking of thu 1111111lclp.il
plum tree by thu membere of thu CI'
and County Hoard of HupervlBorH liel
at thu tlty hull at noon today.
The apiMiliituiuut of three meat 11111!
fiHid liiHpecturH beiilden H0ver.1l ni'i
iilclpal park iittunilantH, which Jol.s
all 'wt-nO to thu llepublican c.urp, in
believed will have a southing ellect l'i
tliu Uriind Old Party and edeel pence
and harmony In thu camp which 0!
Into ban been moiu or Ickh tinctured
through rhnlry Uml the pruHencu v
warring factions and imaiithorUcd tu
tormeiv. " 1P
Charlod'Oista Iiiik liuided fie (s.
Hon of meul and f'Hxl Imipector for lite
Kourth Dlstilct at a monthly tit I pen I
William K. Ir.iacH was appointed
meat and food Inspector, for tlio !'iftn
District mid he also draws JSj iih it
monthly sal iry.
Kane proposed these men and Ayleit
offered a sticmimis objeetlon. Ay
Ictt'H motion to Mite upon thu ap
pointments singly carried and tin
Stiprtlxor put in mi umphallc "no"
when thu name, of Isaacs came up fur
('In Is .I, Holt, another worker In the
Itcpuhllcmi vineyard, diuw down thu
appointment of meat ami food In
spvetor for thu outside district. His
salary lias been llxed at ?1U0 per
Thu iippoliitmentH recejved tho
iinnnlmoiiH c'lidorsement ot thu full
membership of thu 9uervU(iis n.ito
In thu Instance of Isaacs.
Mayor Kern also cume forward with
tho leeommeiidatioii that Kiilllm.ii b-i
appointed ruetaker of Ihu old fl-ili-
maiket at StO per moiilli. This mei
Ihu approval of thu Hoard, iih did thu
appointment of Alu Ahj iih cmuUkcr
of Kallhl park.
IMwuid I, Kellett a jotmg man, Intrf
been kelected for thu clerkship ami
position of typewriter and messenger
to thu Hoard uml for this service will
be utile to diuw not over ISO each
month that ho serves.
New Home is Nearly
The MIcH'aclftc institute In Alnnca
Valley will bo completed by tho first
week In April, when thu Mllli Insll
tutu, which at present It: not under
thu Hoard of Management of thu new
building, will bo taken r.vni nil I lie
comn a' part of tho Mld-Pacifli: lusti
tutu. "It lias been looked forward to
uh thu dawning of tho mllleiilum "raid
A, M, Merrill, superlntuulimt of Ihu
Mills Instltuto this mor.ilug when
aecu In hl odlco. "It will bu a relief
to get into tho country and away fiom
all these night noises which disturb
slumber and uro so trying to peoplu
who wish to bo quiet and study "
When asked what particular brand of
night noise was tho most objection
aide, Mr. Merrill said that hU Inbtl
turu was at piesent sau'dwlched be
'tween two bands, which made it abso
lutely Impossible to iry to Ihlrk of
going to sleep befoie II t'clocK is
each seemed to bo trjlug to drown tho
(Continued on Page 3)
i i n.i
Two Pine Steamers Expected to Be
Used Exclusively For Honolulu
Trade In 'l he Naar Rutu. e
San Kinnclsco. Dec. IS Karly In the
year thu steamers llener and Hear,
built at Nuwiwrt News for tlio sun
hi readv for thn vov-
uompnny wiu nu rcauy tor tim voy-f
ago to this city, whete no time will bo
lost In placing them In tlio service bo
tween this city ami tho Columbia rlv-
The Hear was launched in Oct-j
16, nnd tho Heaver on Novimbcr'
8. unusually fast work having been
dono m both esscts III order to g.'tl
them Into tho water and Into thu
hands of the outriders.
A belief exists that thu Kansas City
and Hose City finely ntted up passen
ger stcameiH now on the Portland
loute, mny be plncod on thu Man Fran
cisco nnd Honolulu line, wheiu the
rich passenger business has not only
been uniformly good, but Iiiih lately
SUGAR GESPARITY I
BREAKING RECORDSlWINS VALUED PRIZE
Between London And
New York Prices
Thu extraordinary cllfTofettce In
tho price of sugar In tho New York
and London markets Is tho thus far
iinexplnlnahlo' featuie of tho raw
sugar quotntlniis'of tho present day.
QjietirtloiiH received today show
that theie Ih a difference of $12.70
between tho price of leiitrlfugal su
gar In New York unit of beet sugar
in Uindon. How long this cam con
tinue without tliu raw sugais of
Cuba being sjilppcd to Uindou re
mains to be seen,
Tho dcsparlty Is grcuter than at
nny time In the last ton yejia or
more of the sugar world records.
New Yoik price Is Il.fl'J rentB por
pound. London heels price Is U's
- 1-2 d, or 4.C2 tents per pound.
Thu lllloulan , n Mutson Navigation
llnOr, sailed lor Sua r ran Jsco tr.lx
morning taking less than .1 scor-j ot
cabin passengers but u good otzud
shipment of Inland products, Thu
freight list of Captain Krcderlckbon's
popular ship Included SUO tina raw
sugar, 400 tons rellned, SUUU easrs cl
tinned plucH, 3S0Q crates ficsfi pines,
about 1800 bags coffee, 20Ue uacks rlco
und a quantity of Imnanu:, and sun
dries. Captain Hergor and tho members of
his I'Biiil.wtiroit' Iho Mrnscn wh'i' t
half hour beforo tho vessel cast oS hex
Unci and spud tlio dcpaitiag piuni.
gori by a pleasing program of mcl
odlesr It Is believed thut tho'llllonluu
Will considerably shorten up her time
between Honolulu and San KrnneUcii.
White tho lllloulan war. nt "tlio poll
tho blades of hoi screw wort adjusts 1
to a different p''ch. The ihuugii of
anglo Is expected will moko a per
coptiblo dlffurcnco In thu -ipcul of the
steamer. It Ih predicted that tho Ill
Ionian can make close n fmniu-.m
knots with tho alterations; o her pni
poller. PATRONIZE THE-
FOR ANYTHING THAT IS NEEDED
IN THE LINE OF PASTRY".
HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
shown an Increase. Thu larger trans-
raclflc liners of thu I'aelfle Mall Com-
piny frcqnentl) get most of the p.is-
sengcrs at Honolulu, especially on the
boiiii-w-iird.boiiiwt vmin-cu nml imw-
iiomeward-tionml vojages, uml now
that' the Oceanic or Hpreckels rum-
puny Is to place the hrgc Siena on
Ihu route, to rim alternately with the
AJaincdu, the I'iicIHo Mall Compiny Is, understood 'that the President will
iIohIioiih of participating more stnii jvroposc the licensing of rorpora-
luly in the lirolllnlile business.
It has often been remarked bv U's
agcrs that the best dining saloon hi
lrojin thu Honolulu route has been
tliat'nf tho" 8ireckels ste-nimrs. To
reciiro 111010 than It already has of
this traffic, thu Pacific. Mall would
necessarily hinu tn compete with tliu
service In all departments Imt It li
not belleted that there would bu any
great difficulty in doing so.
Herbert Stoltz Wins The
San Francisco, Dec. 19. 1 lei belt
Stoltr. of Stanford Unherslly has tutu
elected to tbu Hliodes sclolaitthip at
Oxford Unheislty. i:ugliiiel. Stoltz
Is 11 number of the '0'J clnt:. ru-ilster
lug liom Itedlauds. Hu will inter Ox
1011I next October. Kxamlnstion.t we:e
hulil slmiiltuiieously at Occldtnli.l Col
lege, Southern California; (.lulvuislt)
of California 11111!" ut S.iiufuid, nml
Stoltz's lctnry was miolllclally an
Stoltt js wn.ciy known ns thv IJ11I
verslty stmlJitl who accompanied .lack
Ijindon on thu first leg of Ills -.noisMod
sovi-n-)ear cvagu uioumi Ihu win 1,1 In
thu forty-foot sloop Spark. Tliu Ulan
ford limn shipped as cabin biy uliu.ii.l
Iho Snark, but ho left It In return to
California when tho vessel reachei.
Honolulu. Ho Is 11 member of the D:l
tu Upsllon fraternity.
At Stanford Stoltz Is Idolized for
his work on tho track team and his
plajlng on tho varsity Rugby fifteen,
Hu unto made a record ns a broad
Jumper. Ho was n member of Slam
101 us iusi relay team, stoltz is a
cousin of tho fumoiiH Dole brothers of
Stanford, athletes of world famu ami
iioi'ieis ot many Intercollegiate lee-
otds on field uml truck.
Thb examinations wcro liuld earlier
this )ciir lb i'i iikii.iI. Thl was done
so as to allow tho IlhodcH Hcholar to
piepnre himself In flreek, a subject
And satisfied with out holiday trade. It was good. We
feel encouraged. Wc have endeavored to handle only shoes
of merit, and wc will enter the New Year adhering close
ly to our motto, "GOOD SHOES at th: RIGHT PRICES.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
i an cor
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. Offi
cial nruounccment was made from
the White House tolay that tho
Frcsfdcnt will ssntl a special mes- Jffi
ranp tn Co.inrcfs on Jan. 8 in which tl-
tac to Co.icrcss on Jan. 8 in which
he will deal v.ith the amendment of ,
the Interstate fommcrcc law nnd
the Sherman Anti-Trust-law. It is
Itior.s tiens doing nn interstate liusi-
WASHINGTON. Bcc. 28. - Col)
cressman Champ Clark, lender of thn
Democratic minority in the Hotlsc
of P.srcscntativcs, hn announccir
that the Democratic policy fcr tliu
coming- session of Congress will ho
to keep down the appropriation. Tito
Democrats will nlro oppose the ship
subsidy law ns a party measure.
a ts n :: :: :: :: tt n :t t: .: :: ts tt
which thu scholarship makes 1111 I lit- ft
poriaut 0110 tu iixroru.
The Ithoiles scholarship was estab
lish! d by thu I.1I0 (Veil HIpdeH of-
South Aft Ira. Tho students are each
given $10110 for thn-e siiceesslto eurj.
William Ciltlemleii. uho was sunt
around thu win Id b Iho San Francisco
i:amlner n graduate of the t'nhcrH
Ily of Callforiil.i, was tho lira Ulmdeu ,
I'tiiletsor .Mm ray of Stanford L'r.l-
terslty Ih acting rhaltmmi of thu mm-
mittiu lu (burg- if the Ithodes s.eliol-
nrrhlp e:iml;utlL:is during tln ab
sence of Professor I lent) .Morse Steph
ens. Other members Include I'lofcH-
sunt II. 0eittnit, W, A, Merrill nml .
I'rofessor Bchnlz of tho IJnlteiblty of
IN 10REION FORTS
Tuesday, December 23.
(JAVIOVA Sailed Dec, 21:
Sp. M. Chllrott. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed pic, 25;
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
SAN ritANOISCO Afrlxed J)ec,
S. S, Alameda, hence IHc. 2.',
SAN FIIANCISCO- S.illeil Dec. 28:
S. S. Teii)o Mum, 2 p. in, for Ho
nolulu. NA0A8AKI Sailed Dec. 22:
U, 8. A'. T. Sheridan, for Honolulu.
Bulletin Business Office Flume U5fl.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhone IBS.
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