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Moana Jan. 6
VOL. VI. NO. 4304.
NEW YORK, Bee. 30. A cold
wave is sweeping the country, re
ports to the weather bureau show
ing that it extends from Winnipeg
to the Gulf "f Mexico.
Rivers are frozen, that have not
been closed for years and distie&s is
widespread among the poopcr people
of the cities and in the Southern
There is a shortage of coal, and a
number of deaths from the exces
sive cold hive already been reported,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. Com-mauder-Robert-E.
"Peary had an 'ex
perience during the recent storm
that thftatencdrto end the career of
the man who braved the most extra
ordinary dangers of the polar ice
fields, and finally succeeded in reach
ing the North Pole.
Peary was making an automobile
tour when the storm came on. His
machine became stranded in the
snowdrifts of a Maryland road and
he was exposed to the heavy weather
for several hours. Mr. Peary was
Quite badly frost bitten before he
reached a place of warmth aid
Is Near Death
'ROME, Dec. 30. Cardinal Sa
tolli is very low. He is being kept
alive by oxygen, and there seems
small hope for his recovery.
CITY OF MEXICO. Dec. 30. Ze
lava of Nicaragua called on Presi
dent Diaz. His stay with the presi
dent was very brief, indicating that
he did not rO very fully into the
troubles of the Nicaraguans.
SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 30.
Beets 88 analysis, 12s 4 l-2d.
Parity, 4.62. Previous quotation,
AfterNu man has spent sovonty or
eighty years hero on earth ho Is usual
ly willing to tuko chances clsowheie.
It's doughnuts to fudge that thu Kid
at tlio pedal extremity of tho class can
lick llin lilgh-browed jouth ut thu
Will be our ,next
Island Fruit Co.
King St., l'hoiie 15
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4 . A f ' S , ..
KIamA. &i. viyw.iMM tiiAMUmalllt
AS PARTY LEADER
Buckland To 'Be Chief Lieutenant
According to Report Amonjjr The
Alex Lindsay to lead the Repub
lican party to victory, with C. It.
Ilucklnud aa his chief lieutenant, Is
tliu latent slato that has been pre
pared for tho edification of the poli
ticians. The Mud s ny-Ihiclilnml
combination does nut come forth
from the secret conclaves of the pro.
Wslonal committee, but according to
a member of that body. Is entirety
"MMiarnto nml distinct."
Rime his return to Honolulu from
lllio, Hucktnnd has been credited
with a number of ambitions first
os a candidate for tho office of Su
perintendent of Public Instruction,
and then Secretary of the Territory.
According to HucMaud, he expects
Boon to hear that he Is a candidate
to succeed to Major General Barry's
lKisltlnn. Tho 'report that fastens
J Auckland to Lindsay an chief lieuten
ant IsnccpjHeditHbelng nioro piob-
Many Firms Enter Lists
" For Supplying
A number of competing firms have
ent'.'red the lists for furnishing tho city
and county or Honolulu with Its nccfi
fill Mipplles of feed, stofngt , coal, lum
ber und other articles for the month
Tho tenders received by City and
County Clerk Knlaiiokalanl hao been
The Honolulu Construction Com
puny will furnish blacksmith coal at
$17 n ton.
Allen f. Iloblnton and the City .Mill
Company offer the same flgurea fin
rough lumber, namely, $2.'. a thousand.
II. Havkreld & Company capttired
tho contract for blnck blasting pow
der while giant powder goes to T. II.
Davles & Company.
Cement bidders Include, T. II, Dnvles
& Co., I.uwers & Cooku. and Allen &
The county will get Its wheat hay
at (34 a ton, while thu Union Kcied
Company will supply barloy at $33 a
ton. llran will bo furnished by tho
California Feed Company at S32.75 a
ton and oats will como from tho Union
FcpiI Company ut $42.75 n ton.
Tho California Feed Company was
tho lowest bidder for supplying alfalfa
nt $27.25 a ton.
Distillate ns fuel will bo supplied
tluough II. Hnckfeld & Co. at tho into
of U 1-4 cents n gallon.
CHINESE NEW YEAR
IS FEBRUARY 9, 1910
tt Chinese New Year Inlls on It
tt Wednesday, jbruary9, 1910, XJ
it nud tho icHlderitu of Chinatown It
tt will nuiko their plans for celcbru- It
it (Ion accordingly. It Is also lm- it
it pommt that householders pre- II
it pare for tho period wneu they ti
it will bo without help, rho Chin- it
it cue have hud n prosperous-)eur it
it and will make merry In tho good it
it old-fashioned way, it
it - it
ti it it ti it it ft n it it it it tt it it tt it
Captain and Mrs. D.ivld I.ymnti of
thu Salvation Army will uirlvo from
thu (oast lu Hllo I'llday and will
be in town over Sunday eurouto to
their new appointment on Kaualt
On Sunday evening ' their little
daughter will be dedicated, or, lu
Salvutlon Anny parlance, "given,
uwny. Mis. Lyman wu"s formorly
Capt. Charlotte Ainibtiong and spent
u term lu tho 111 my coips here.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909. 10 PAGES.
alile than hlx becoming Superinten
dent of Public Instruction or Secre
tary of til eTerrltory.
.1. itnkalcka of Molokal. n well
known politician and legislator, ac
cording to the lati st report, has been
quietly appointed campaign manager
of Maul for tho enr 1!M0. lie will
succeed Sam Kalama. who has suc
cessfully managed the political affairs
on t10 island for many yeais,
Nakateku's Jurisdiction ns campaign
manager nlso extends over the Island
f Molokal, I.an.il and Knhoolawo. II"
will have a lot to do before tho cam
palgn commence In earnest early
next year. .
Nojmlea Is by no means n new man
In tho field. He has ulwnjs worked
hard for tho Republican pnrty, nJu.o
principles ho believes are beneficial to
tho Ilawallans. Nakaloka, who vlsltol
Honolulu n few weeks ago. had been
In consultation with the party mali
ngers here, regarding the ixilltlcal as
(Continued on Page 4)
NO RATE WAR .
Am.-Haw. Sound Service
The announcement that the Ameil-can-llawallan
Steamship Company had
arranged 11 schedule whereby It will.
bring freight to the IslnudH rrnr.i Sun
Francisco ut 11 flat lato of $2.50 per
ton enured a report today that a rate
wur wiis on between .Mutsoii and the
In denying tho report of n lint re
duction In freight rates and u rate war
with the Matson Company, Percy
Atone, local icpresentutlve of the
American-Hawaiian, stated this morn
lug: "The announcement of tho $2.50 per
ton rate from San Francisco does n'ot'i
mean n reduction, it does mean that
a HC.W servlco und a now rate has
been established, beginning from tho
first of tho 5 car. Freight taken from
San Francisco and then taken to I'uget
Sound before rcnchlng Hawaii will
naturally take much longer In transit
unit for that reason nlono tho lower
into of $2.50 per ton is made. No
change is mndo In tho existing rates
applying to freighters coming Ulrcct."
Information has been received at
Caillsle, Pa., that tho trustees of tip
Curncgiu college retirement fund I avu
modified the, rules of tho trust so that
tho retirement uge for Instructois
shall bo 05, or nftcr twcnty-flvo years' I
teaching In college. Tho twenty-five
year rule would havo retired man
men under 50,
THE FIRST -ADVANTAGE IN
If AMINO A TRUST COMPANY -AS
.EXECUTOR OR -TRUSTEE IS
THAT THERE IS NO DANGER OF
THE ESTATEBSING IMPAIRED
BY -DEFAMATION, IMPROPER IN
VESTMENTS OR NEGLECT:
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd..
023 FORT kr.llv n'"
The Bulletin prints all
GREAT SEAS SWEEP
Seamanship Saves Vessel
"Do J on see that .steamer over
there." said Captain Oraham, master
of the Amerlcun ship Ersklne M.
Phelps, pointing out the Jupaneso tin-
er Amerlcn Maru. lajlng at the rail-
"fedWw clSSI". nroundMiat vc
sel a few days ago as we were np-
proafhlng tho Hawaiian Islands fiom
"Wo did much 'bolter than steamer
time ror a good portion of the voyagu." ,
ship nt the railway wharves
The Krsklno M. I'helpswas brought
Inside the hnrbor Ihls mo.nlng by the
tug Intrepid after a twenty-two days
ioyao from Port. Townsond. The big
ship Is ono of the very fow large wind-1
Jammers that now di.ptar the , Amerl-'
The Krsklno M. Phelps comes dowu
from the LOiiml In ballast. She will
uo given a shipment or sugar approxi-1 -
maiing mo" ions. 11 is expected inai
tho ship will lirf ready for dispatch to
either Now York, nr 'Philadelphia on or
about February i.t, ,
CAptaln Grab am ts.lhs usual, accom
panied'' by his nlfe. Thu' well known
skipper however has dlsKseil of his
(ConttnuM on ?Me S)
TO ENTERTAIN i
Would Have Promotion
Ailing Secretary Cooper lu his let
ter to the Promotion Committee, says:
I bellevi) that this Committee should
call tho uttentl I of our citizens to
tho ImpoitnncH pi entertaining thy
man) vlsltoiti who are now coming
to Hawaii. Wu havo been working
dlilcxntly for a number of years lu
advertising our attractions throughout
tho world, and no;onq.can question
thut It is bringing results; but this
coloring to a tourUtclement Is u new
bmdress to ujf md I anf-vuro that wo
havo not yet jnnutered It, or como' to
realize our responsibilities In this re
gard, My observations d,urlng tho
pust few weeks''havot;on'firnied mo lu
thlB belief. U
Every day visitors In tho city coma
into tho omco complaining that thoy
havo exhausted the possibilities of tho
place, some of them after' being heio
only two or three days. Most of
these have not been outnldo of thu
city. Fow havo been' farther than tho
Pall, Few have even heard of tho'de
llghtful and Inexpensive trip almost
around the Island by rail.
Yetterday two ladles called at dif
ferent times during the .day wanting
to kr.ow If wo didn't frrgimlze nuto or
! tally ho parties, or If there woie not
some concern engaged In this .busi
ness, I was compelled to tell them
thai to tho best of my knowledge
there aro none. Doth of theso visitors
stated that they aro hero alone, and
did nut feel 'like spending tho money
nocpssury to hiring a vehicle for them-
solves nlono. but would gladly puy
tlfolr proortlon if lhey could find
others to make up a pari',
Ono left stating thati-ihe proposed
In tinmp lo thu Pull. 'on, my assuring
her that tho walking was good; tho
othei was delighted to be told of tho
possibilities of tho railroad trip, which
(Continued oh Pipe S)
tt Tho Spcctaculur .Drama that tt
tt was to havo been carried out nt tt
It 'the Country Club lifts evening tt
tt has been postponed. ' The wenth- tt
ii er of the pust row uays has put 11
tt thu gi omuls lu sucji if soggy con- tt
tt dltlon ns to. make tho peifonu-tt
'j; ' 'l,J8tl,,lu ft H
'mh hkm ttttti ttttttnn
the bargain news any woman needs to read ' fcct
WILL NOT TAKE
Acting Governor Molt . Smith
look occasion this morning to em-
nhntlcallr deny the terms of the ar-
tric appearing In (he Advertiser
wnlcn rt.8UK,ses n general reor
,,, .,. . lho Trriinrini n.imln.
ganization of the Territorial admin
It'tton from Governor FK.r down.
crediting the Governor with a desire
o take thp Federal bench, vice
Woodruff, whose resignation takes
Ag fnr Mu.8lllllll nil(1 0ovcr-'
- 1J' -7- tl 'ormer
,hnl ,he administration Is go-
Ing to persue the even tenor of It.
wny. leaving the Judicial honors
that go to n federal Judge to A. O. i
T1 .1,1.1,, ,hn, , i11B11 whi..
e sk.e that hn. b.en h
the cnpltol. He makes no secret of
the fact that he Is a trifle weary of
BOND FILED AND.
Celtic Chief Is
After laying for fifteen days at the
Ilachfuld wharf under guard day und
night" by doputles from thu United
Staler .M-irshnl's olllce, tho British
ship Celtic Chief and her valuable
shipment of fertilizer consigned to
the Hawaiian Fertilizer Company, has
Tne final arrangements for tho filing
of a proper nnd satisfactory bond for
tho release nf tho libeled vessel was
completed this morning. Norman
Wntklns, the general superintendent
for tho Hawaiian Fertilizer Company,
has, after consldcrnh'o communication
with the owners of tho ship in I.ler-
pool, closed tho deal tiirougn Han
The fertilizer remaining on hoard
the vessel Is about four hundred tons
short of what was originally placed in
tho ship before sho sailed from Ham
burg Germnny. This portion, which
was discharged from the Celtic Chief
uurillK lliu lew uays iiiul hiiu bwiiiik
on the rocf outside tho entrance to
tho hnrbor, now reposes on the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company
Tho local stonmshlii company has
put In n claim for participating In tho
salvage of tho distressed vessel and
tho fertilizer was kept on their prem
ises pending n settlement of their
claims in tho Federal court.
Tho work of removing the shipment
Is said will commence without further
It Is estimated that thu fertilizer
which has remained under the vig
ilance of tho Fedornl officers, Is worth
In tho neighborhood of 'ono hundred
and twenty-live thousand dollars.
NEW YEJTS DANCE
Now Year's ufteruooor Baturday
January 1, tho Kukul street Dance
Hull will keep open house from 1 to S
o'clock. Itest of music, good floor for
dancing and refreshments for visitors.
FOR AKYTHINQ THAT IS NEEDED
IN THE LINE OF PASTRY.
HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
PRICE 5 CENTS. $
He Is To Be 1 he
and Rrectr Rede,
the onerous and lightly remunera
tive duties of public olllce, but ns fur
as Indications go at the present
time he Is n fixture ns Secretary of
thi Tuirltiirt- tili.1 Pra.alilutil .if t ti n
lt.ir.i nt iin.iiili.
"No truth In these rumors." n,
Her ted the Acting Governor this
morning, and ho ought to know
Hinicthlug of his (ontcmplated us-
cession to the Governorship ihnir.
t1ih mtlnllnK Bt(rtll,. ,, ,,,
1)(J mailc (J. (1C liwu.r (lf ,,t.lu, ,,.
, , , . eMi.imj
rho """"l'r ,lou ""l l",ljv'J l""1 "10
d'11'1 ,hl xvnH ,M,rll!l1 ' ;u'4 a l o
wishes to Identify tho reniMm. The
"" """""'' " ' '-
Informed the mother, who hi -i Porto
Ulciin, that tho child with deal.
KING FOR CHIEF Of
Lane Claims His Man Is
John C. I-nnc, who Is always wntih
Ing the political signs of the time".
Is In favor of tho appointment i.f
Chit". K. King ns Superintendent of
Pu'ilic Instruction, succeeding V. 11
III resign nt tt?0 end of
, , 1.1. .
ior of secln? Mug re
Ilabbltt. who will
"I 11111 in fav
celvu the niiiMilntuient of Sillierluteii
dent of Public lustiuctlon." s.ild l.ane
yesterday. "Ho Is us fai ns I Kiww.1ib1 body' wi str;ve tQ fem m Mm
; ",,l",,r-" u,c
duties of tho office.
"Itn lu ill limiti-nt (tin iinlv vr-honl
. ; '. " . ' ...
Instwictor fir tttn Terrltnrv. und It IA
proper that ho should bo given Hie
iiigiiesi omco 111 1110 lu'puriiiieiii 01 i-.xposiuon. ills work lis KitMrInl'!ll
1'ilMIc Instruction, especially so lu dent of tho school exhibit won for,
view of tho resignation of Mr. Hah- him tiu udmlr.itluu of tho public. Ow-
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....w..j ..... nw..j ,w r.- .
Ilabbltt leave tho position, hut since
ho has tendered his resignation, tho
next oust tiling to no is to give the
plucj to tho next best man. who Is Mr.
"King. has shown his ability not only
ns nleucher but us an elflclent onitni-,
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ciumi. nt.- iv nun wim uii.iHKru uiH
rchool exhibit which was placed on.
oxlilbltlon In tho Nallonnl fJuanl hall1
before being shipped to tho Sentllo,
And satisfied with out holiday trade. It was Rood
feel encouraged. 'We have endeavored to handle only shoes
of merit, and we will enter the New Year adhering close
ly to our motto, "Q00D SHOES at the RIGHT PRICES.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
factory making a widely advertised
article. Why I Because advertis
inc creates an unuucrrupiea, year
in, year-out demand that doesn't run
in "in seasons." Advertising in the
M 1 1 1 1 1 n will hav the same ef.
ln ?our buii,ies8-
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 30. -i7j3
tcmntionnl Exposition of 1915 hope
to have the ro.nneration nf tli Ter-'
ritory of Hawaii in their campaign.?,!
xuc luuuuuiLi; in oiiurgc Ol luc
ercliminnries has been instructedto
fecuro. if uoiblc, representation of
Hawaii on the acncral committee"'
Bnd nlso on the 'ways nnd
TARIS, Dec. 30. Earl Percy, who..
formerly under secretary of tne"
Jjritun Foreign URlcc, is dead in",
tins city. .,
The reucrt is in circulation to?S
dav that the Earl inst his' death iriVal
duel foucht with another English-!
man in in: suourus ol the city.
To Fight Trusts
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. Tho
campaign against the combinations -M
' of. wealth "ltd the industrial rnonop- J
clics h3s b;cn sufficiently crystr.lizcd 1H
''n warrant an ortpiniscd national $
movement ' ' -l
ihe Waticnal 'iiUi-Trust lenRu'e'''5
was cruaaiieJ here today. The ccn- ,
unre of all thoe opposed to the
(ru.u .nA ,,tn ,? b. ,.
IJ-n- .. rnil. nu ..J..! 4.
' p"v juiiii iui jcmcayjiiK irusi
U tt Si tt tt tt tt tt tt tt St t; tt l tt tttt '
'"H '" HIS BIICCIIR-J no WU1, Willi UlO yCl
,,fi, ,.,,,, vi iiiw iiui;ruiir seui 10 mc --
Seattle Ktuosltlon to nrranuo tlm liu-
wall exhibit, piutlciiliirly thoso of thoij
, i-r liool liamllcrnfts. JV7:
'I linnn Dint ulion Rniwrmi, iv?nri
returns from tho States ho will ap.',3
no III Mr. Ivlllir ns HtiiinrliiliMnl,.i,i r
Public Instmctinn, Ili Is nn Hiiwall-"
.- , I .. ... . - .--
mi mm kiiumb mo euicieney of tuo-04
teachers ns well as llm ccnei-nl nrfnlr 1
of tli hdinols thronghoiit tho Terrl- 4J
lory " "J