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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4507.
10 PAGES, HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1910. 10 PAQES.
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FREAB MYSTERIOUS ABOUT ENDORSEMENTS
RAILROAD MEN HOLD UP MESSAGE
Chief Executive Refuses To Say Anything
About Judicial Indorsements
Defends Land Policy
. Oiivcrnor Frear declined Ik stale
tills morning wh'iAhcr ho. hud sub
liiltli'il nil' Indorsements lei Presi
dent Tart ninl Attorney General
Wlckd-shiim In regard lu tho aji
I ointment of succeavirs lo Woodruff
nn lliu Federal bencli ninl Associate
.luillce Wilder on the Territorial
"I am not 'ready to give out any
thing In tliut connection," said tlio
"Is tlio report that you h.ivn In
dorsed A. (t. M. Uoliliiim iih Federal
Judgo correct?" lie was asked,
"I niiinot answer tluil nuu way or
tlio oilier," replied tlio Chief lCxecu
live. "Anything that I say In that
connection might he misinter
preted," . t
The (luvqrlior admitted that lie
has "tallied" with President Tatt
Several Races Were Abandoned
On Account of no Enti'Ies---Match
Race Was Plasco.
Out of nine events that wero sched
uled Tor competition at I Ilia on New
Year's Day only six horso races wero
pulled off. Tho bronco busting, cow
boy rant and plantation lima rucu did.
not coiuo off, as thorn wero no entries
for name, (
It Is thought thnt tho fact that post
entries was the rulo, had a lot to ilu
with tho failure of anybody coming
thii'iixh with n nomination, Thu com
mittee. Intend on future occasions lo
have tho entry list for these events
close roino time beforo ;he day of tin
lures. , '
However, although tlio program was
curtailed, some Interesting events
wero brought olf nnd the largo crowd
or siectutors had 'their money's worth
of sport.. Tho bund was In attendance
and tho music was much appreciated;
tho day was a lino onu nlthnugh u lit
tle cloudy, Nn ruin marred tho sport
and tho few ,1111110111111 excursionists
who took In tho races instead of mak
ing tho volcano trip nil hud n good
excepting for tho unfortiinato end'
lug to thu big match rnca everything
was O. K. The way Webber quit when
up, against Mujnr Collier. was n dis
gusting sight, and tho general opin
ion Is that tho horse Is u cur. Collier
had run almost as fur as Webber In
tho fulso starts, nnd, yet tho Major
tackled Ills, mile nnd three-quarter task
llko 11 real racehorse.
t Tho ball was opened with tho fifteen
liillcs Marathon, and Honolulu was
leprescnted by Sam Hop, tho nlrpund
sport, Ram only managed to get sec
ond place us Ah l'ook, of Hlln, won
comfortably, II. Kuo, who found tho
At The Close
Of another successful year we extend
hearty thanks to our many patrons,
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. King St., Phoifc 15
mid Allnrney General Wlckcrshnni
In connectliiii with the Judicial va
ralieleH, hut resolutely adhered to Ills
first assertion that ho would not
muke n statement one way or the
Mher as far ns the Indorsement for
the Judicial vacancies were con
ccrned. Met Kuhio.
Tho Governor was not backward
lu defending himself against the
charges that wero voiced by Prince
Kuhio shortly befoio his' departure
for I he const, declaring that the Ter
iltoilal admrnlstrailoii was out or
sympathy with the coplo In the nd
nilnlstrntlon of the' land luws.
"I met the. Prince In San Francis
co," wilii the' Governor, ."and he
then seemed to think thnt lie hud
made a mistake In hit assertions In
ni"'iHnur4,on Page 2)
paco a little too fast for him, ran
The first Imrso r.ico on tho program
was n throe-quarter mllu mutch be
tween .1 ,T. and Pocahontas. There
wiih onu pound difference lu the
v.clghts, nnd It was In favor of Po
cahontas. Tho two horses ran close to
gether for most of tho distance, but
Pocahontas forged ahead at the finish
I. ml won by u quarter of a mile; tlmo,
1 mln, 22 sees. '
Then the, big match race thnt Is des
cribed in another column came up for
discussion. Major1 Collier had no op
position toward tho end and won pull
ing up; tlmo 2 mliis. 30 3-4 sees.
A race for Japanese horses then
camo ip nnd It was over a half mile
course, Nina, a smart looking pony,
hud no troublo in nnnoxlng tho first
prize, nnd she did the half 111II0 In G7
Tho noxt raco for discussion was
tho three-quarter mllu Hawaiian bred,
maiden raco. There were thrco start
ers nnd Young Sam, who hulfs from
(Continued on 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
VESTMENTS OR NEGLECT.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT ST. .
WASHINGTON, Jan, 3. Presi
dent Jaft held a conference today
with the presidents of six of the
transcontinental railroads of the
country. These gentlemen called on
the President to protest against thei
plan for the amendment of the inter
state commerce law as outlined in
the preliminary statement of the
special message Mr, Taft contemplat
ed sending to Congress.
following the conference, it was
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ailJIUUIllCU 11UU1 IIIG 1 1U1G aVUOw .
W, i,he mMWRe. dealing: with the
Anti-Trnst laws will be submitted to
Congress on Thursday, and the mes-
satre on the interstate commerce law
will be deferred till Friday.
This is taken to mean that the
President will revise the bitter mes.
sage, as the original plan was to
these messages the same
HELSINGFORS. Finland. Jan.' 3.
Russian authorities made a seiz
ure today of 3,000 rifles and 1.000.
000 rounds of ammunition that have
been smuggled into Finland. It is
believed that this uncovers a plot
(or a revolt in Finland to secure in
dependence of Russia.
in san francisco
Another .Version of That
Kau Speech; No
Jonah Kuhio Kalanlanuole Dele
gate to Congress from the Hawullan
laifimla nml unmptlnimi L-nnwn ns
"Prince' Cupid," and Sam Parker are J
at tho Stowurt, lays the Chronicle or
Stories have emanated from Ho
nolulu to the effect that the Prince
hnd used n "shorter and uglier word"
during a recent Bpecch to his con
stituents, applying the word to Gov.
Freur, by grace of the President of
the United Stntcs Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii, To be plain, It
has been said that the Prince called
the Governor a liar, but this
"It Is not true that I called Gov,
Frear a liar," said the Prince. "Tho
whole thing came about In this way:
My ppoplo have been complaining
liccnuso tho lands of tho Territory
have not been divided so that they
may be homestcaded and thrown
open to Bcttlcmont, Not long ago
they took mo to task, saying: 'You
do not keep your promises mado to
us about tlio lands, How- can wo
continue' our confidence In you? You
nnd the Governor promised that the
land laws would be liberalized so
that we could liavo our homesteads
(.nil nothing has been done.'
"Then I said to my constituents,
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WHY NOT TAKE YOUR
BREAD FROM THE
near Union Sts.
NO BLARE OF BAND
Governor Frear Returns
By Japanese Liner
FOUR HUNDRED) NLLAR
HUE SITS LIGHTLY
Chief Executive One of l?ifty Cabin
Passengers Tenyo Maru to
Sail for Orient at Five This Eve
ningMuch Mail- for Honolulu.
."'"""I n, r, Iltv,
Governor W. F. Frear. the nrst olll-
rllll 111 Hi., Tnlliu.H .. II. .....II ..I ,
witli scleral prominent Jajmn.'se Con-,
sular olllclals and business mon. In the !
sedate and Imperturbable passage of
meeting! between seienty-tivo to onu'
hundred persons awnltlng the arrlial'
"' "'" '"f"1' "v'r . 'no jiani.'
om " francisco, at Hackfeld wharf
1 From the standpoint of a qulot. plac- j
u, uiiu serene nome-ronilng. tho n-
turn of Governor Kijunr and his dnugh-1
ter on board a vessel Hying a foreign
ling left nothing to be desired. Tho
urrlvul or the chief executive or tho
land, nnd the utter absence of any out-
ward form of demonstration upon the.
pari ot tno poiiuiw, wns iloubtless ix-
most icmurkiible Incident In the minds 1
of some fifty foreigners of prominence J
who made up the greater part of tho
nnliln itiiuuf.iit,.,. Hut 11... m...... '
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With but fcw'exreptlons, tho llttlo
crowd usvemblcd at Hackfeld wharf
this morning was made up of those
persons whoso business compelled
their presence there. Several loenl
Japauere .business men were on hand
to greet their countrymen. These vied
In a small aud unobtrusive! wny lu the
dignified greetings bespoken the Gov
ernor, of the Territory by Secretaries
Mott-Smlth nnd Claudius Mcllryde.
Tho bund was painfully cnnsnlcuous
by Its nbsepce. After ellmlnnllnir ilm I
wharf and berthing oulclnls, steve
dores, hotel and laundry runners, aud
newspaper men from tho quiet little
gutherliig, but few remained.
1 Governor Frear displayed no out
ward signs of nnxlety as to where thu
four hundred dollars will come from
with which to liquidate the Federal
line imposed for traveling upon an
alien ship between .two American
ports. Tho Kxecutlvo appeared nt the
front of the promenade deck, hat In
hand, ready for the plaudits of (ho
people, which camo not.
Several llritlsjiers, engaged In vari
ous lines "of busjness'at Hongkong and
Shanghai, gathered In a little group
had come- alongside
tho wharf and wero greatly surprised
at the apparent apathy manifested!
over tho nrrlval of the chief ofllclal nt
An occurrence like this, happening
at Hongkong, would have drawn out a
great outpouring of the peoplo over
there," was the comment from one.
"Tho return of the harbor master of
oiiungiiai, wno, oy ino way, is one oi
our bigbest-pald' olllclals. would have
druwn out,a much more enthusiastic
..jib really wonderful how llttlo In-
I terest your people take In tho home-
coming ot a prominent olflclal. I al
ways Imagined thnt tho Americans
wt'iu h very utiiiiuimiruiivu sort, 01 peo-
plo. having a yenr or so ago been pros-
ent at Manila upon-dhe return of tho
Archbishop of Manila, at which tlmo
thcro wns a tremendous demonstrn-
tin,, T-liA i-aIi,,, nf lltA Ululinn nf (tin
KiiEllsh or Eulsconul church thoro was
also an occasion where tho people
turned out In largo numbers and tho to the late Justice Peckham, took
cccleslast wns greeted by tho music of his seat on the Supreme Bench to
bands and mot by decorated car- Jay,
rlagcs. ) ' m
"Indeed, this Is very singular." was T)le following officers wero. Installed
the pertinent rejoinder ns the purty ,. ,,uc(lc ,,,, N(1 .,2) A K & Ai
t ,ook tht-tf places In a waiting automo-
ullo for a hurried trip to tho Pall.
Ul LUIllIBiB 1I1CU uunn aun WUUIl UIIU
I Tho Tenyo Maru met with fine wea-
4 Ilu iiiiu iniy mi, n,,,i ,,au v -
thcr on tho way down from San Fran-
Cisco. Sho brought but two passeh-
gors for'Honolulu. In transit she has
about forty for ynrlous ports In Japnn
..W '".." 25 .BTU,n''"B..l .l?i
DIlLlia IUI I1UIIUIIIII, 4,1 LIUIIDIh ,,v.,,,
one thousand sacks will bo left at
Cliluu ports, mostly fur tho Phlllp-
(Continued nn Page 6)
Fur a good reliable auto, call up
Phone C09 and get Joe lA-nl's seven
seated Stoddard. '
(Social Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3. For
mer Treasurer of the United States
Huston was indicted bv the Grand
fury.. The charge laid against him
.is that of conspiracy and fraudulent
'use of the mails in connection with
' the business of the National Trust
John D. Jr.
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(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 3. John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., has been appointed
freeman of the Grand Jury organised
tc investigate the while 'slave trade,
NEW YORK, Jan. 3. The Na
tional Association of Manufacturers
in session here has passed a resolu
tion urging Congress to pass the
ship subsidy law supported by the
His Prison Cell
ATLANTA. Ga.. Jan. 3. Chas.
W, Hone, the banker and ice trust
j organizer, reached here today, and
'was formally committed to the peni-
tentiary and donned the prison suit.
ESTRADA STARTS AGAIN
BLUEFIELDS. Nicaragua. Jail. 3
Gen. Estrada has assembled hit
forces and formally onened hit earn.
paign to secure control of tile west
r i i. ., i
tm strongholds of the country,
LURT0N ON BENCtl
1 WASHINGTON, Jan, 3. , AtSO
elate Justice Lurton, the. lucctKor
w .4 . . m.. . 1
M., for the ensuing Mnsnrilc year,, ut
their Installation meeting held on
Thursday ovciilinr. December 30:
, - --- -
,lul,ry Krncat Cooiier, P. M night
Worshipful Master; William Frederic
I,. Stanley, P. M Depute Master;
John Kldwell, P. M Snbstltuto Mas-
terl Klwln llnll Paris, P.M.. Immcd-
tc l't Master; John Julius llelser.
P. M.( Senior Warden; Kdwln Oscar
White, I. M., Junior Warden? Lemuel
Clark Abies', Treasurer; Charles Fran
cis Murray, P. M Secretary; Charles
Huseell Frayle'r, P. M. Senior Deacon;
Louis Lafayette Iji Pierre, Junior
Deacon; Peter Tail Phillips, Tyler.
Wadman Brings Drastic Action
it Wnshlugti'.n. IX r.
tt suit of thu Mieces
tt eureenof Mldxhlpm
2t. A-rn iv-
'! Cupid, llii' t;
.1 .lo-iepli 1:. t;
tt Austin of the Uliitnl
tt er South Dakota, er.-iei1 today, tt
St lie was illsuilRU'd fi'i m thu nav.il it
ti service lu-causn be UMriled lu lo- SI
U latlon of 1111 order .t-sii' 1 during St
tt tlio ltoosevelt pdiiiniliUrillint. it
tt This order was lint. :i iulils!ilv- :;
tt iiinn ihust not man ulli i tlio ::
JJ consent or tlio uep-.r'n-iii al- tt
tt though he tiiiif :iii.p:olcu tho it
tt course of liiutrucl(o:i nt Ann.ip-
n oils. it!
ttimnn AiifiMi u-n, mip. ts '
U tied In lloi-ilulu on tt,c vbli of '.1
tt the South Dakota U lli.u pen lo- S
Tho niinouucmeut of 'tin dlu.iliral
ot Midshipman Austin I'riri 'ho Niv'v
Coo its Granted
Annual Reports of Circuit Judges
Show Marital Troubles On In
creases. The threo Judges of the Circuit pending on tlio decision of tho S.i-
Court have submitted their annual n- Utmu Court In the cato of the Ter.
portc to Chief JiiHtleo llurlwell of tho ,1,"ry H- e,:"5' ""' rharged Willi
., ,.,.,, uoll ns llh wlthr.ut 1 Hceiiw. Tlio vx-
Supremo Court, covering tho business ; J, ..,, (,V(,r I0 iihw lut()n.
of tho courts for tho past twelvo altles liefliw Do Dolt .luring tho
months. course of the year Is, accounted for by
Judge Do Dolts report shows that i, nnmher of r.irests for' gamblliu;.
there have been thlrtyouo convictions In which Chinese nio. usually tho do
and thirteen acquittals for felonies fendants.
aud one mistrial. ,. . jllP, re,,ort roverlng (he work of
l'or misdemeanor bffenses on tip- Jn.lge Lindsay. ho was succeeded
peal from tho Dlitrlct Maglsttuto's later In tho year bv Jii.lc Wlilinm-
Court, there were forty-four convic
tions nnd eleven ncqulttals. Tour
casts wero dismissed liml sentence
suspended lu forty-two Instances, fif
teen nppettlfi being withdrawn.
The nationality or the defendants
before. De Holt during tho course nr
tho year show that 41 wore llawnllans
or part-llnwallans, 179 Chinese, Kill
Japanese, 1 Korean, 9 Portuguese, 1
Filipino, 17 English, American and
German nnd 3 negroes. The civil cases
disposed of by Judge Do Dolt bring
tlio totnl up to ,259 19 cases now de-
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.,
I - ,
Marriage To Miss
ns n result of tils. ii.iriu:g to MIhj
Wadman In this city liuilin; Iho last
visit of tho Pnclllc Peri, came ns :i
surprtso quel a shock l'l'-al scrtcty,'
Mrs. Atittiu Is thu ilmiVili-r of llov,
.1, W, Wadman nnd v.n w'ocvil .ir,d
won diirlpg the stop iik'uh by the Pi
ellli! fleet In lluwalt f n'l-.' nn Its way
to tho Orient.
When Informed this niflrtu..e uf U'-'
nelloii of tlio Navy Depurtuwiit In do
cldlng 011 the dUmlstnl of MMphaptiiau
Austin fuim the service Dr. mil Mid
Wudiimn weto greatly smpr.i.ed.
"The Navy Dcp-irtnien' has nuralv
acted under home utlsapprtMCii'dnit V
eKirt is curttct," said in. Wad-
"The order prohlhltlng lli niar-
it ?; or .Midshipmen was never int-
n ' '11 limnl tho South Uu'tbM nnd s.i
waj not olllclally .know 11, linfo-u tiio
(Conliuucd on Page 4)
Divorces in Year
as Second Judge, shows that 03 civil
cuses wero disposed or nml nlno di
vorces granted. The total number of
cases illsimscd of btho Second Judge
The report of Third Judge Robin
son shows a total case disposition of
113. Tim report' gives tho number of
divorces grunted nt 133, tour being
refuted and nlno suits being discon
tinued. Two actions fur separation
.were discontinued. The total number
or ruses dlsisiscil or by tho thrco Cir
cuit Judges wns-T93.
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