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tor Ban Francisco:
Aliniiiila Jan. 12
, Aornngl jnn. 8
Minna Jnn. 6
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VOL. XI. NO. 4003.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1909. 10 FADES
PRICE 0 CENT!
Hawaiian Dies of Fractured Skull and
The Police 'Are Searching For The
OwIiir to tmfng lisul a unii retumiio
nntiuo iinil nicnidlng l reports, li.iv
liu; been drinking u Int. .Inliii K uili ih
lies ill ml at the luoigue mid II in ill
nanicil Larson will according li tlnJ
Blinirr, prulnbt) liu arrested fur iiuitf .
lug tliu death '
Late I tat nlglt Kaalhuc .ml u lulu
n.imcil Kiiinnlii hud n low down .it
tliu I eminent hinirp whoio the) live I
Ka.ilhne chase I Kuin ilii down Rlulr
and nut until King slieet nen thn
bridge. WIilii engiged In struggling)
with K.unilii, Lniacn Wnllejnl tn
liae Jumped In an I tried to net an
pi iionmkcr. Knalhuu would lmo
nothing ltUo peace at inn ii Ice. ami
lie ami I.nivn then became Involved
tti it ftilnnrl.
Kualliuo attacked Lnisin ami tin;
latter llien la alleged to have struck
Ills afuullaut and kuockcil hlr.i down.
Tim maV In falling stiuok Ills he id
ngnltiBt tlio curbstone am! it was seen
nt 111190 Unit liu was Itijmcd.
The police patrol wngon was called
nml It nnlvoil quickly nn tho net no
mid no time was loxt In conc)lng the
111.111 tn tliu Queen's Il0Bplt.il IIIh
head wan found to bo bruised at tlio
luck of tlio skull,. Iiut lie liecimo con
t clous and (lemniiilel that lie lie al
low d to go linuip. Accoidlngly Ills
wound w.iu rircFbcd and lie was al
lowed tn depirt.
Must. Tell All
Tour hmidied and fifty Hawaiian
iioipuiatloiis will roeeUo the. foinis
of uxliibitu pi escribed by the Ted
"cr.il Government In connection with
tliu exih.e ai on coiporntlons, Joint
stud: c'uup Miles and Insiirauie conl-punlm:-
Colloctor of Intermil llcv
euuo Walter Drnko la now In tho
mlilBt of his prcpiiratoi) work and
will li.nu all of tho forms and u
opy of tho lCRulntluns sent out be
loio tlvo first or tho new jear.
The falluie nt a corpoiatlon to
iccelo a form of tlio exhibit le
iiulud will not exempt It from tho
lieu iltlca that will bo Imposed for n
11011-obseiviiiice of the regulations.
Tor statistluil purposes all such
(orpouitlons. Joint stock companies
nml asMiclntlons weio classified us
Class A (Tlnanclal and Commer
cial) Including banks, hanking
1 ssoclatlons, ti 11st companies, guar
uiitj and ninety companies, title In
luiiimo compiinles, biilldlng-ias-Nicliitlons
(If for profit), and Insur
ant a companies, not speiincally o
impt, Class n (rubllc Soi'nIco) Such
11s inllioads, steamboat, forrjboat
mill stage. Una companies; pipe line,
KiiH. mid elcctrfo light lompanles;
S. S. Hilonian
Will be our next
fruit ' boat.
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. King St., Phone 15
Kaiillnio returned home In a hack
and at onoo went to Ills room. Short
I) nflcrwuidi lie complained to his
wife that lie ftlt dlz7 and she took
hoi I of him ami kept him from fulling
'lhu Injiued man was put Into beil,
nml then his wife noticed that ho was
bleeding from lilrt left ear. Shortly
ifluwnrds ho guui a grojh and e
plrcd. The matter w.ib at oncu report
id In the iiollce and Deputy Sherllt
Dose xtarted to work .011 Ihe case.
The hndj was taken to tho morgue
and 11 post 11101 tem will lio held tills
afternoon. It Is thought that the 1111
fortiinuto mnn'a skull wan fractured hy
hitting the sidewalk whin ho not
knocked down. On tho other hand
acute nlcoliollt.ni tun) Imp neusod his
deiith Independent of the Injury to his
LAR3EN 18 HELD'
M -, F0R-INVC8TIQATI0N
AVJIllnm Larson was hi ought tn the
police station at 2 o'clock and Is now
held for tin estimation, Tho man ap
pears to feel his unfortnnnto position
keenly and was biokcn up when Bay
ing gooilb)o io some friends who es
corted hlin to the pojlco station. A
post mortem Is being held at the
11101 Kile this afternoon.
cxpicss, transportation and Btorago
cnnipmiles; telegraph and telephone
I Clasa C (Indiihtrlal and .Manufac
turing) Such 11s mining, lumber
.mid toko companies, rolling mills.
.foundry and machine, shops, saw
mills, Horn, woolen, cotton and oth
cr 111 IIIh, manufacturers of mrs, au
tomoblles, elevators, agricultural lin
plemcnts and all nrticles mnnufac
jtiiied wholly or In part from metal,
WWWU III UlllCt 11IIIVVI1UI, IllUIIUIUbiUI-
tIB U IC1IIIVIO Ul gUft'll, IIIUlllovc,
Bhups or other products; lie mid ro-
frlgciatliiK companies; slaugliter-
Ihoise, tumioiy, packing or canning
A.... tmt .nflnnai. tt ....... ...nlnuana
Class D (Mercantile) Includ
ing all dealers (not otherwise elann
id as producers or manufaituicrs)
In toil, lumber, grain, produce and
all goods, an arcs and merchandise..
Class U (Miscellaneous) Such
as architects, inntractoig, hotel,
theater or othci companies, or asso
ciations, not, otherwise classed.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Dec. 29.
The Grand Vizier has resigned on
account ct (inferences or noiicy in
the administrative government.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 29,
Beets 88 analysis, 12s 3d. Parity,
4 59. Previous quotation, 12s
Hn Then )oit uro not fond
piessed lloweis "
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29. Con
eressman Dwieht. the Rebublican
whip in charge of the ship subsidy
bill, held a conference with Presi
dent Taft this forenoon. On leav
inc the White House Mr, Dwight
asserted confidentlv that- the Presi
dent's recommendations on the ship
subsidy will be enacted at the pres
ent session of Congress.
The Humphrey bill has been
agreed upon as the basis of the ad
ministration irbaiure. nnd odsci'2.-
tion from the Democratic party will
not be able to prevent its passage.
Urges Speed On
WASHINGTON. Dec. 29. The
annual report of Constructor-in-Chief
Capps of Bureau of Construc
tion and Repairs was made public
from the Navy Department today.
Constructor Capos strongly urges
the early completion of the Pearl
Harbor dry dock and the keeping up,
of all the docks for battleships
throughout the country.
. ISSUE AUTHORIZED
Bond Jssue Of Three
; Years Ago Is
At the special mooting of thn ato k
holdcis of tho Ola 1 Sugar Co, Ltd.
at 2 o'clock ihls nfteiuoon, In the
Hoard looms In IJivhop Ac Co'c. build
ing 1.11 Ilethcl street, It was resolved
that the bonds Issued thieu je.irs ago
hliould be upcjnded and a now Issue
of Hint mortgage coupon bonds for the
aggiegnlc principal hum of two mil
lion fle hundred thousand ilollaia bo
Issued to refund tho present bonded
and flouting Indebtedness of tho com
pany. Mr, Thiirslon presided nt tho meet
ing, which wna mil) moderately at
tended. After 11 resolution was put
beforo tho meeting by Walter Dilling
ham rescinding tho former issue of
bonds, which resolution was carried
unanimously, a second resolution was
put by that same gentleman authoriz
ing the Hoard of Dlrictors to bouow
(Continue!' an Page 2)
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
YESTMENTS OR NEGLECT.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
WIRELESSA W F U LSick Man
MELBOUXinl Australia, Dec. 29.
A wireles symem to be under the
control of the British Government
is soon to be (established between
Sydney, Doubtless Bay, Suva, Ocean
Island, the Nej Hebrides and the
Solomon Islands.- v This .will put the
islands of the Sfuth Pacific in tele
graphic conunuication with the
commercial and naval headquarters
of the Australian continent.
CHICAGO, Dec. 29. Thomas
Chivington was today elected presi
dent of the American League,
MEXICO CITY. Dec. 29. Ex-
President Zelaa of Nicaragua ar
rived here today. He was the cen
ter of attention from crowds in the
streets and was unofficially greeted
by the officers of the government.
NEW FRENCH TARIFF
PASIS. Dec. 29. The new tar
iff scheme that carries with it a
radical system of taxation was
adopted today by the Chamber of
MARU'S CAPTAIN IS
Ordered To Pay
Fees . Or
llecause the ofllilals of the Chilian
government do not comply with the
icipilremints of the navigation laws,
us adopted l the clvlllrid nations, it
is uppaient, unless diplomatically set
tled, tbut there .will bo trouble be
tween tho governments of Japan and
Chile In tho near futiiro,
Tho origin of tho plllklaaccordlng
to Captain Illnokiimn of tho America
Mum now in this port. Is that while
he was Usltlng one of tlio ports in
Chile, ho wbb compelled by tho harbor
master, who also acted as tho olllclal
pilot of tho port, to puy the pilot fics.
for tern Ices not rendered, nor asked
for by himself, when entering the
port. Ho was told most emphatically
that If ho did not imv tho bill, his
steamer would bu held up Indefinitely
Captain Hlnokiinia, who Is well
versed with y'S ago fees, asked for
an explanation ns to why ho should
bo compelled to pa) tho bill, but was
only told to dig up or else ho would
suffer tho consequence. Thus being
up against It ho forthwith signed tho
bill to savo hla ship fiom being held
up by tho hat bormustcr and pilot,
''I tell mt," sAld Captain Illnokunia,
' that the system ami 'customs of tl.o
shipping facilities In some of tho ports
in Chile arc, certainly foolish. In tliu
first place I was compelled In piy the
pilotage, whllo entering ono of tho
polls of Chile, where I had been dur
ing tho ist month. I did not ask the
services of tho pilot of (liu port to
lake my steauid to nil anchorage, but
still I wus made In dig up In order to
sao in) steamer from being held up.
JOHNS. N. F Dec. 29.
storm has abated and reports
are now coming in of the terrible
disaster that it has wrought along
the coast of new loundland.
Uo to the present time eleven'
schooners are known to have been'
wrecked and fifty men have lost
their lives. .
Taft Hopes For
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29. Presi.
dent Taft will send a special mes
sage to Congress, soon after the re
ce,s, bearing on the conservation
movement. The President will urge
legislation , for the conservation of
ratural resources and expresses treat
, confidence that Congress will pass
ine laws mat arejieeaeo.
The b.ihcment of the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee's olllces Is full .to
overflowing with goods from tjie
Seattle l"alr. These were tent north
for exhibition puri)ses nml have
Just been returned. There are box
es of pictures, maps and Island pro
ducts, canoes, tables, chairs nnd all
manner of fane) work Indlgltious to
Rainfall To Date
A water famine which has tare it-
filed Honolulu for several weeks past,
lieid no longer be dreaded ns local
reservoirs ate full and the Nmiiiiu
dam has nil tho wuter behind It that
cm ho safely stored. Tho electric
storm which passed over the cltj early
this morning, was accompanied by
heavy ruin. Aciordlng to tho V. K.
Weather Ilureaii, ns miicn as 0.73
inch of rnln fell locally between tho
hours of t u. ni. and 8 o'clock tilts
The rainfall to ilntu Is 20 40 Inches
and the rainfall for December Is 2 81
Inches more than for tho correspond
ing period last year, Tho average
normal rainfall for this month Is 3 37
Inches, but already 6 21 Inches of rain
have fallen during this month, so that
a copious supply of wnter for several
month to come has been assured.
Tho temperature at 8 n, in. this
morning was or, degrees, according to
tho U, B. Weather Iluroau rcvidlliKu
At 4 o'clock It waa G3 do
green. Hut since the storm has passed
off It is now rising rapidly, anil more
settled weather Ih looked for. The
baiomeler fluctuated a little last night
am) early this morning, but It Is now
normal nnd Meudy.
At Hon. Cecil Drown' Wnlklki
homo the rain came down In torrents
during the early morning shower, The
rain gauge showed a fall of .87 of an
Inch In less than nu hour.
FOR ANYTHING THAT IS NEEDED
IN THE LINE OF PASTRY,
HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
ity Own Hand
Desperate Because of Illness and
Plunges .Knife Into His
It. N, Kolllknlnhnlp n ilnwalinu luirblck in in win kuiIiUmiI) hoIkim! ulTh h
has been suffering Iroui consumption
for some mouths, disemboweled him
nelf this morning nt Ids homo on
'1IIIII M 141111-.
It appears that the utifoitiinnto man
has been under the care of one doctor
for some time nnd ns he did not seem I
to be getting im better, another im.il-j
leal man wus cjllcd In. The latter
gao Kelllkalnhalo some plllb tint ai-
xartd to ease his cough n lot mil a I-1
io nml 10 sieep n nine
About 2 o'clock this moi nlir,- the
A reduction In the running expenses
of tho 1eiiitoii.il government of u
nelly $77 S.'S &" has been shown bj
the calculations of tho Territorial
Trcasuier's department for the five
mouths period betwun Jul) 1 1'J.'?
and NoVember 30. Indicative of the
prospering condition of the Terrllorj
ns u whole Treasiuer Cunkllng shows
that (ho revenues from nil soiutcx
have ine'reased during tho same per
lo,l In the sum of $342 907 0.
'Die saving that has occurred In tho
expenditures of the Territorial (loveru
nicnt have followed tho Inaiiguriitlop
or mc reign or clone economy that pre-'
ceded the last legular session of tiu
CLOSED FOR NEW YEAR
In accordance with tho
ordei of tho Home gmeri.moiit. the
local Japanese Consulate (leiicrul tu
da) closed its doors for business un
til after the New Year season, en I
lug Junuarj 2,
Consul General Ujeno and his stuff
nre spendng their vacation at home,
during the rainy' season. Should tliu
weather clear. It Is probable that they
will go Io Knbiiku us guestB of Mr.
Blank book of all sorts, ledgers
tc, manufactured by tho Bulletin
n iiMn rnmni
And satisfied "with out holiday trade. It was good. We
feel encouraged. We have endeavored to handle only shoes
of merit, and we will enter the New Year adhering close
ly to our motto, "GOOD SHOES at the RIGHT PRICES.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
lit of couublng and silling up In bed.
l.e tuildeuli griihbi.il 1111 I X.I. knlftiij
Ih it was on .1 table close b. audi
plunged It ipto his stomach. UN wife.
who w.ib In the room tried to prevent
lit m Flubbing himself but tho mail
w, is ton iinlck lor In r nnd he con-,,
tinned h's Khastl) work until lie had
cut 1 Imself open,
Tho man was de id beforo nat-Maiico''
could be obtain" 1, nml his bid) w'jl
cnne.o,i in nu. morgue micro tn Jn-
quest will bu held this afternoon.
By The Territory
under the operation of the bill,
passed authorizing tho deposit of nub-''
lie inline h among local banks u total
of $14'i,772.37 of tho Territorial funds'.
nre now deposited among tho Territor
ial bunking instltiitli ns With tho ex
ception or $20,IIC0 that his been de
posited In tho tntlugs bulks and
which nets the Tiirltorlul Government
tin per lent, u flat rate of 2 per cent
is obtained for the remuliidei
The Ktgiegatlou of tho sums depos
ited fhiivv that the loin fund neeiiiiiit
Is credited w'lh $1"iUSfly luo invv
tMeno ctomptloii income tax, $;).
19"(ui, and the flatting find J.'OOflu.
: HONOKAA DIVIDEND
Honoktu will pa a dlVlJcnd of M "1
tt one-half of ono per con' nil tho tl ,
tt fifteenth of January, imd It is tt
tint this into will tt
Jt lio continued through the. ear, tt a,l
t: tt tt tt ti t: st tt tt u u ;t :i n n tt tt
Acting flovernoi Mott-8ni!th wan in -,
consultation this morning with Attoi.
tie) General Hemciiway and Villus!
Slates District Attorney llreckoim In
connection with tho application fi-'
p.udon undo by John Kong, accused
of embezzlement. No action has bum
taken us 5 el, it having been nostnnnc,!
win n the oilier uppllcntlons for nai. m
iiunn ni'iv 11(1 iifltiiu VvMlIHIUHlHf
tlrtnt HA.. tt I..?., fM-.li. !.-- i iJ
023 FORT ST-fllT'
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