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' ' ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4508. 10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY Of HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1910. 10 FADES. PRICE 5 CENT. ''''
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SHERIDAN'S MATE IS
Crowley Met Death
' Transport Boat
SHIP PUT AIOUT
IODY NOT FOUND
Army Transport Carrying Sixth Cav
alry to United States Holidays
Were Long but Joyous Some
Rough Weather Encountered.
A boat (Irll! on board tl.u" United
Btatcs army t-nnspnrt Sharidnn which
took jil arc nix Uujs out from Honolulu
rcsil'tcd In tht tragic death of Kdwurd
Crowley, boatswain's mutu.
Thu drill In a wttkly feature of
transport regulation Crowley was
stationed at ono of thu forward boats
on the starboard Bldo of tho ship. Tho
ordci had bu'jn Riven to swing tho
lioata outward una it Is presumed that
In noma msiinci, tho fdot of tho matu
liocanio entangled In tho ropes as thci
bwlshe-d througn tho blocks rind he
was tripped un ami carried over tlis
hld7 Crowlc)' wan seen by hU iibho
elates tu strike upon a projection an.I
then drop Into tho water.
Tho transport was forglns ahead at
n Kood paco butrwas Anally put about
and a boat loweicd.
Tho boatswain's inn to wis seen to
offer but a few fcolilo struggles us he
lay half stunned In tho water, and then
disappeared. Considerable tlmo was
spent by tho boat crews In searching
for tho missing man but their efforts
pro od f millets.
Crowley had completed four trips
nllh tho Sheridan. Ho. was popular
, with his mates ond possessed tho rt'lv
I utatlon of lining an expert swimmer
It Is possible Ut an investigation
nlll bo Instituted regarding tho cause
of Crowley's death, though nothing ol
tho uirt has thus far bcon arranged.
Thu Sheridan arrived off tho port
early this morning, bringing the head
quaitcrs, bund and nearly seven hun
dred enlisted men belonging to the
Sixth Cavaliy, Thu vessel sailed from
Manila, on 'December Mill and spent
onn day at Marlvelcs, tho Philippine
quarnntlno station, where second class
and steerage passengers and their of.
ferts wore fumigated, '
The first two days out fronr tho
Philippines, considerable rough woath'
cr was encountered. Tho transport re
inalned two da) a at Nagasaki, Japan
whom a largo supply of coal was
New Year's day was ono that will
not easily bo forgotten by nearly ono
thousand passengers traveling by tho
Sheridan. Tho army boat approached
tho 180th morldlan and thcro wcro two
dus of f easing and felicitation,"
ChrlstmaB was a Jo)ous ono on the
army transport. Old Saint Nick did
not ovorlook tho ship as sho was
steaming out on tho broa,d Puclflc and
after clitmborlug over tho sldo tho be
nevolent and hc-whlskerod Individual
commenced to scatter mementos and
good cheer ovorywhero.
Tho Sixth Cavalry has ljeeii stn
tinned nt Overton, Malabangand Job)
for the past two years. Tho organiza
tion has a flno baud Included Iff ItH
membership. Tho musicians cro
ready with an Impiomptii concert this
morning as tho vcsbcl steamer through
(Continued on Pae 5)
You'll Start the
New Year Wrong
Unless you hie yourself straight to
and aAIas ihJ nlana a (ult sw3sti
vui viuve nuu civ iufc uiuvti
Island Fruit Co.
73 S. King, Phone 15,
Round-World Trip Being Made
For Benefit Of The .
It Is probable that Hawaii will
Bomo time In the near futuro receive
i visit from, a Portuguese warship.
Joso'C. Sousa has received word
direct from Portuguese navnl officers
'o tho effect that tho Portuguese
trulrcr San Gabriel has been thor
oughly fitted out for n long trip,
wirplctis apparatus being Installed
with other fittings.
The cruiser Is reported ns bcng
rend to sail on or, about tho first of
Inst month, Tho trip Is ngencral
ibout-the-world cruise, being taken
In the Interest of Instructing mid
.blpnien of tho Portuguese navy.
Hostility OF Officer Was
Cause of Dismissal,
Stanley Ashford, son ot C. Y'.
Ashford, Is practically euro ot ob
taining a commission In the Const
Artillery Corps, according to tho
statement made by Governor il'rcar
upon his return from Washington.
Ihe Governor stntes that the appli
cation Is now In the hands of the
cdlclnls of tho Wnr Department and
that he haa been Informed that fav-H
ornble action Is extremely probable
"Young Ashford Is a flno bqy,"
said the Governor, "and his dismis
sal from tho Naval Academ) was duo
largely to the tiplto work ot nn offi
cer whose hostility he had apparent
ly aroused. He was desirous ot ob
taining u transfer to the Coast Ar
tillery Corps before his troublo at
tho academy. There is absolutely
no disgrace attached to his dismissal
from the Academ) the caiiBO being
smoking, which is not generally con
sidered exactly a hclnious offense In
n oung man."
The following wireless has been re
ceived by the agents of tho 8, S. Ala
meda: "Jan. 3rd, 1910.
"Alameda, 8 p. m. All well 1270, IS
cabin passengers. IS steerage, 280
sucks mall and Wells Fargo Exprcba.
1715 tons curgo."
BULLETIN ADA P4V
A beautiful home with oter three
acres 'of ground, fruit tree, lawns,
etc., situated in
UPPER NUUANU VALXEY
Eight acres of fine residence prop
erty situated on
JUDD AND LILIHA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
Hawaiian l rust
tgEBl Co., Li
The cruiser will visit nil of tho
larger ports on tho Atlantic side ot
South America, come uround and
make a cull un Pacific const -ports, I
taking In Honolulu with n stay or interest was manifest today in the Honolulu. undeserved displu of rudcniMi and
ten dns. gin introduced by Congressman Muyor Pern Is kctplng IiIhikiIUIciI Incivility shown by Itcpuhllcuu lead
It Is tho Intention of the lo;nl Humphrey that is recognized as the our pretty closu to tho ground these ors. Kern left Thu Hepiihllcan caucus
Portuguese to try and prevail upon administration plan for ship sub- days. Ho believes that he has heard onl to dryji Into another ouo then bo
ttle commander of tho 8nn Gubrlel to sjjVi t jnn unmlstnkublo mid distinct rail ling held by tho IXimxrats. His ap
lslt llllo before departing for OrI-( ln;i bill has been carefully re- from tho great mass of tho people, I penrance upoti the kceuo was the sis
cnt ports. viewed by the President, and is in- that ho again enter thu lists uu a mu- uul for his name being presented by
It Is further stnted In tho prlvnlu 'eic'ed to meet the needs of the orally caudldato ut thu coming elcc-.thut gathering and ho therefore so
correspondence that tho Portugneso country for Upbuilding the merchant lion. A cured n placo upon the Uonmirutlo
Cuve-rnuicni HUB enicrca inio II COn-
Eove-riiincni hub cnicrea inio n con- marine and also satisfy tne critics! H Honor has not been allowing
tract with Marconi to Install wlro- wno declare vthat the subsidy will 'the weeds to encumber his political I
ess apparatus on eight warships of aMj,t only large interests and mere- eyard nor has hu twrmltle-d his en
that nation for Uieurn or t27.OOU.lv enable them to pay larger divi.'cm,0H t0 ach ponl. preserves bo-
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAWTELLE, Cal.. Jan. 4 Four
persons are dead and six more are
critically ill from ptomaine poison
ing caused by eating canned pears.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. Presi
dent Taft is in favor of an appro
priation being made for the purpose
of raising what is left of the battle.
ship Maine, which was sunk in Ha
vana harbor just prior to the war
between Spain and the United
. (Special Bulletin Cable.)
BORDEAUX. France. Jan. 4.
Leon DeLagrange, a noted aeronaut,
was Killed today by a fall from his
aeroplane, which collapsed in mid
air. Tho Gorman four-mastod bark II.
Hackfeld. one hundred and twenty.
Ix days from Itotterdam with a largo
cargo, including fertilizer, cement, gal
tanlicd Iron and llciuors from Kuiope
has a'rrlvud off the port. The vessel
was brought Insldo tho harbor by tho
tug Intrepid thin afternoon and will be
borthod nt Rallwjj wharf, Tho vos
sol and, her shipment of freight Come
to (be agency of II. Hackfeld & Co.
WHY NOT TAKE YOUR
BREAD FROM THE
(UMu- h i llh tV
.,! Kotel near Uni6n St."
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WASHINGTON. Jan, 4 Intense
marine and alSO tat SIV the CntiCS!
Under tht Humphrey bill an
crease il male in the payment made I
to meriean; Iteamthlpi I carryinjr
il, kli ji i il
an, the rtulitBines and Australia.
ttearcshrpiif five tKbntand tons and
t-n WiiikW. J ! SmbImIi .
of ' elirW ihrnnVaniT toni Md twentr '
slower boats whenOthers are not
available ' ' t
One of the departures from the
foreign-built ships may be brought!
under the American flae and secure
Amprti-an -,flti. inr1 mam, favnv.
...... .H.a. vuhvi auwv miv-
Lble conditions than now prevail.
The present tonnage tax is in
creased with a rebate clause for the
benefit of American ships.
The hill excludes from the benefits
of the subsidy all steamshius owned
bv a railroad or any receiving pref
erence in rates from another road.
Provision is mae for iron and
tteel steamships that may be con
verted into cruisers on the call of
the Government. These ships must
rarry crews half of which must be
American citieens and all of the ap
iiH rf l.riKilr! ..ji.ii j I"" Ua ae tt,m Nagasaki. Ja
3r5ff&th5mU ":! Mn. en roule'lo Honolulu and Ban
..This bill, which has the solid
iiiiuiiuaiiuu iuii.s. wui He one or
the great issues of the session. It it
confidently predicted that it will
oass despite the partisan opposition
of the Democrats.
I IDCCD TUI6 VClDl',"ntl'r"' Association is what brought
' LtnllLsi I niu I Ltn rnuuut (liclr ,ini",n-
tt Makawell ugtilar dlvduild vlll K
U bo Increased the coming year R
XX from thirty rents pel share per St
tt month tu fort cents per share It
St per month, beginning January tt
n mil next. tt
U This decision was reached b) tt
tt thu directors of Hawaiian Hugar tt
tt Co. at tholr meeting this mom- U
tt lug. Thu policy has been to pa) tt
tt a regular of thirty rents a month U
tt with oxtras during tho jear. Tho tt
tt plan now s to continue tho in- it
tt crease of tho regular. it
D; 0. Mills Had
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4. It is
estimated that the estate of the late
D. 0. Hills, who died in this city
vesterday. will amount to sixty mil
lions of dollars. Mills had vast in
terests in this city, as well as in the
When ( mines to klsHlug In Hip
dink, n hoimdj gill Is Just ns good
iu a pretty one.
Mayor Wants To
Run Once More
Fern Declares He Is lieady To
Make Fight For Nomination
Major J, J. Fern has coma forward
with tho announcement that ho will bo.
in lino for nomination and ro-ulectlon'thcrifore left thu loiiventlon i.imihnt
us Major of tho City and Comity of
III. tlmini- Im nut been nlliiwlnr
rnuto of a dllaiildated condition of his
Major Kerti has been going among
,no Hawaiian peolilu for many months
i'ni1 without austeutatlon or display
' h, . ,i,.int i, tnt . f.wMi in.n.iinv.
has-been doing Jo of good in-rellev-
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bol,t hrotij,h jiOTcrty. Vor tern declared hlinsoK this
His Honor was among several pms- morning concerning his ambition to
r"vo ?,r",,u,c,, whn ":" "ior? mbvh r,0, M,r,ln.",,,o?r!
,he RoP,,1,"rn" convention at tho Ust ro election and lib rrtrthcr stnied that
caucus '(or nomination as KuiktvIboi. ho propmed to maku a keen )ghl to
KeriijUfas tjownduwh by tho wheel Und the oilee.
II 11)11 1 CTilUfAUAVQ
HIAllll A lllllffHfllal
.tiailliaaJia 4F llllllllt u
They Are Under Arrest
And Go Back To
Kleven Filipinos, who were rounded
up un hoard tho United Stntes army
transisirt Sheridan shortl) after "that
pan, en roulel
Francisco, wcro brought nshoru hero
this morning and placed under arrest.
Tho Flliplnot' wanted to como to Ha
waii, whoro they claim that their rel
atives and aminos, are at work on the
sugar plantations, Thu manner of
their seeking traiisixirtullon other than
that provided by tho Hawaiian Sugar
Tho men wcro not disappointed In
their connection with a strenuous ses
sion of honest toll for' they wero com.
Veiled to assist in piling pluntooiis
quautltlos ot coal Into tho furnaces of
tho transport'Sherldan during thu trip
across tho Pacific. '
Thu Filipinos will remain hero and
will he vent buck to Manila by tho
trunspoit Thomas, which Is duo to ar
rho from San Francisco on or about
thu 12th ot this month, -
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4. Beets
88 analysis, 12s Gd. Parity, 4.65.
Previous quotation, lies 4 l-Zd.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Notice Is hcrobj given that Duxbliry
Iteef Whistling Uo, placed 17-8
miles 83B .EaBt from Duxbury
Point, entrance to San Francisco Hay,
California, has been damaged, and It
Is reported that tho whistle is not
sounding. Tho buoy will bo repaired
as soon ns practicable,
CJreat Western's two receivers ask
for compensation at the rate ot SCO,
000 a jenr each, It they had held
their positions a few months longer
ut this rate they might have owned
lhi to id,
185 editorial rooms 256 butl
ns office. Thais are tha taltphon
numbsrs of the Bullitln office.
horses of the Grand Old Put) nf tho
Clt) and Count of llpnuliilii mid In;
giicud at what ho bollevis tu bo ii'
ticket and we
with 11 lug co
band In gnlnii
llokel nn.l went llirnilDh tin, .er-Mlln
urn does not employ u brant-
lnir thn tltttltlllll uf tin
rank unit fllo of the- Hawaiian vote. A
Umii inr.iii ,.w.r ,,nt,u... i.m n, ,t n.,
chief (ifnclil or the Hoard of Bii.nrv!'
ors does not mako a pilgrimage i
some, poitlon of tho Island on a nu.r-
inn.. mUuii.n , ,n,u,,ii i.nuii,..v vin.
Hearing Begun On Writ
Henrlng on the habeas corpus
pAicrcdtiigs Instituted by O. 1).
Conger against Thomas ltuwlins
mid William T. Ilawllns on thu claim
that they have prevented Mrs. Con
ger, nee Hawlins, from seeing him
tlnce tho marriage on Dec. Ill, be
gan before Circuit Judge Oe Holt ut
2 o'clock this ufternoon, .
Conger, who snS he Is a civil ser
vice emploje, was married to Miss
Ida Hawlins on Dec. 31, and Insti
tuted the habeus corpus pi ot codings
jesierda) on the ground that his
wife was mevented from seeing him
by William T. Kawlins, the brother
of Thomas Hawlins, the father.
Tho patents oft lie girl declare
that she was misled Into the mil
ilage with Conger and ure prepared
to contest the proceedings that wcie
before the court this afternoon, A.
O, M, Hobcrlson und Hobert Hreek-
(us icpreneiittul tho Kawlins family.
And satisfied with out "holiday-trad- It was good. We
fed encouraged. We have endeavored to hariolc'enfy shoes
ot merit," and we wjll enter the New Year adhering close
ly to our motto, "O00D SHOES at the RIGHT PRICES.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
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I w y J;
HALF MILLION IS
LOST BY SAKE
Local Importers ,Are
. Heavy Sufferers On ?
WERE REPRESENTED BY
ATTORNEY THOMAS FITCH
Famous Case Disposed of By United ,
States Supreme Court nnu saKC
Is Clnsscd as n Still Wine and '
So Taxed. kA
- $ ?
WASHINGTON, Jan. .", Sake U Nj
i' wine. Thu I'nlted Stntes Siipicino .;
Court tndii handed down, a decision '
to the effect Hint thu Jiipincio bev
erage should bo clnsscd lis u still ,
wine for tin Iff purposes. Thla do
clslon tcttlis what has long been a,
It Is estimated tho 1hsi1 stl.o lin-
IWltrin nroxnif tif .lior'.cl between
ii 100 mid tMD.ucs GiMiriKli-lbeilv-
Jim! of thu rnllel States Supremo
Court, holding lint sikc. Is In lu
classlfltd UMle'r-tltO'OInstey liw- as a",
wine .iqil taxable, ns such at the- if U)
or flftj cents u gillou.'' '
Thu tHirtlim of tho legul rsrovui?
neeessur) tu flht tho c-.imi mid t irry
It to tho highest court In thu hml has,
In tn boi no In a largu degree l local
liiiHirtiis, nil of whom being repre
sented by u special utlonic-y during
tho argument before i tho Siiprmnu
Coutt ut Washington. Thomas Pitch
was retnlned to ntt for thu local Im
porters mid pnrtlclpiti-d wlli n num
ber of othgi iitlnrliejn In thu proceed'
ings at Washington.
Thu sake llllgatloii begin In 1902.
Ihu case nedvllig Hint disposition nt4'
Ibe hunds of the United StJteo ttu-'o
iiiinio Court li"lng In tho lining oflti-'
,iiiiili , Co l.ntnl nrma heivly In,1
tnrnLtitil I,, I?,., ,1l, ,1,111.,,. ..f 1 1. ft,,,.
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uim t'.isti hiu w iu iirjiiu a. vi', v e,.-
Pi acock S Co, Gonsajves. (t. Co,-J,i
naccreiii k Co, and thu numtrouje
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UOBr ,111'IVI ,,lt' lidl I.IJ1I1 VB lull . .1
spccinii cnumerucd mid wascimod; f
by tl.o custom lioiibo um ri etll), wine,'.'
paying duty nt the r.ilo of' 50 rents a1
gallon. Tho ImiiortcrH contcmlcd tliatfc
It was not a still nltio an I that vl
shoiihl como under thn clause "not?
eniimerated," which would menu 'a
dul Tit tho into of 20 ior cent od
'vulotem, or that Ifwns-n beer paying
a duty of 20 cuits it gallon '
inu aupicmo uourt decision, wniciiv
Is final, will hint allMlioha wliu havb
protested iigalnst Ihu rntos. It will )&
hurt tho Jitpinesu badly us they livo
been lmnlctiiE? mi ttm liiitntrHilii tf j
siko iib a beer. All tliouu prnH flora
who subscribed arloun atlma of mnpey n
wmi wnmi to tight tliu taec, will aluu
bu out of potKfl.
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