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IMAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY ,OF HAWAII, SATURDAYJANUARY 8, 1910. 14 FA&'ES.
PRICE 5 CENTI.
EX-ASSESSOR HOLT IS
A warrant of arrest, charging for-i
paid Into thb Treasury of tho Terrlvomploicd In a llciurtmct ol tlio Oov
lory... . eminent of tlic Tcrriiurr "'.
Mllvcrton states that four separate known an tho TieasurcrH Department,
JitilK'ni-nts that nro Included In tho to-wlt. as Tax Assei'so. Fii.t Tix-
amount of the cmboxilemont charge ntlon District Istanil (if Oilin an I by
wero later entered In the books of tho virtue of his said office -M enip'oy
Tax Assessor,tho total sum covered ment being a public accountant,
by tho Juiir Items' being 1179. ThU charged with lhc,( dill of Collecting
does notreduco tho amount of tho al- and recelvlm" revenue and other
legod embezzlement, however, tho law monc)K on account of tho said Tor-
beliiu that tho S179 Is nlso to be 6on- rltorv nf Hawaii, and he, Iho said
sldercd In tho light of a technical em
bezzlement. Holt Is now connected with the Of
fice Supply Company and was succeel-
mer Tax Assessor James I- Holt with
,- embezzlement, was trailed fiom tho
office of Acting Clt mid County A:
torney Mllverton this men nl ill' nnd the
arrest of tho cx-offlclal followed short
ly after noon.
i Holt surrendered himself at the io
llco station upon being Infonued of
tho lssujnce of tho warrant. Ho re
tained Charles Chl.lngwuitl. us his at
tornoy and Ukiii tho advice of hi
counsel declined to make uny state
, ment In regard to the charge against
. him. He was later releated on a bond
nxoil at $5000. I.. Leung bilng ap- ed In the otneo of Tax Assessor uy
proved by District Magistrate Andrado tho present Incumbent, Wilder. A
as the Buiety. charge of embezzlement was consld-
,Tho arrest of Holt Is luroil upon ered against him shortly after his res-
' m! nreiiantlnn nf embezzlement of lax Ignatlon under . circumstances some-
money while ho was Tux Asessor of what similar to tho accusation or to
Oahu In tho J ear l'JO'i, tho tola! day, but no truo bill was found by tho
.amount Involved being the sum of Orand Jury, It being stated that the
1727 50, an amount which was recov- amount of tho money of which Holt
ered by Judgments brought against wai accused of taking was -paid Into
tax delinquents In the District Mug- tho Treasury during the proceedings.
iBtrato's court. I Tho warrant which was Bcrved on
"' According, to tho statement of Act- Holt today reads as follows:
Ing Cits umf County Attornes Mllver-' "That James I.. Holt, vof Honolulu,
tnu, with tho exception of four of the City and Coupty of Honolulu, Terr!-twenty-ono
Itoms covorod by the total tory or Hawaii, dirt on tho 9th day of
of $727.20, Ihero Is no record of any .Innirary, A, D. 1906. hof tho said
of the money In the books of Tax As- James ,, Holt, being then and there
socnr Wlldcr's office and It was never an offlcor ot the Torrltory or Hawaii,
James I.. Holt, being then and there
entrusted with, nnd having tho poas
slOn, control custody and Seeping by
lrtuo of his .said onlce and employ
ment, or n thing" or value, to-wH cer
tain money to tho amount and 'of tho
aggregate value of seven htindi'it nn I
twenty seven dollars and twenty cents,
of tho money nnd property of tho said
Territory of Hawaii, tno b-aui jini?
L. Holt, the snld money then und thei
feloniously did embezzle -ind fraudu
lently conert and dispose of Mo Ills
own use nnd benefit, without tho con
sent and against the will of the said
Terrltoiy or Hawaii, the owner thorr-
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PETITION FREAR IN
Business Men Declare
Him Man For U. S.
ON LOCAL FEELING
CRUISER SAILS FOR HONOLULU.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 8 The
cruiser New Orleans sailed today for
Honolulu. The vessel has bcn re
cently put into commission, after a:
ccncral eve: hammer, and is ordered.
into tri-trirr nn the Aclntie .tntlon. to'
--llAIIA --- f 4l- JtAll. JllltflA-l
I'llCVC UbG Ul ' l- 9IIiail.l uut.ii .i
tnat win dc sent to me navy yara;,v
now ery much
of nnd entitled therWij nnd coulrarr misoal fnu.1 nSF.Ai.''fh''
.stiT Oltftird rim hot and Secretary Hal
111 Iho vubllc in tr. consequence of M
llalllnger, who are
r. Plncbot's "IU-
B(lpiJ-.IMrOlon:it. thes Iwo. mn will le,yor;
o tlm form of Iho statute in mch cte oughly Iniestlgatcd by u special CongressloniI-1armwttv---Uboui:U.
made nnd provided.'
Dr. J. $. Wndmnn will deliver tho
sermon tomorrow nt tho Valulua hall
at 11 o'clock.
Mr, nallluger Is
one ngalust whom formal charges have been
Lurline From, San Fran;
cisco Has Thirty
- Five Passengers
Twenty new automobiles nro In
cluded In the two thousand live hun
dred tons uf general height for Ho
nolulu that Is due to arrive from
San Francisco 'by the Mutson Navi
gation liner I.urllno. This vessel Is
due here on or ubout next Wednes
ln. The I.urllno sailed from San Fran-
cls.-o on JanuiOy 5, with 000 tons.
of rrclht for ICahulul, In .addition
to tho large consignment for Ho
A wireless received this morning
ut the ugency ot Castle & Cooke an
nounced that tne I.urllno wna thlr--teen
bundled miles .off the port,
steumlug through smooth seas und
meeting with lino weather. Tho
Dili ty-Jlve passengeis on board are
reported na well and enJo)liiB the
Tho I.urllno brings If 0 sacks of
mainland mall tor the Islands and
twenty-two packages of Wells-Fargn
IN BOILING LAVA
Floor of Pit Is Steadily
Rising And Can Now
Lava In tho pit of tho Volcano Is bo
near tho top that tourutn can easily
go to tho very edge of tho 'boiling
l'aBScngera arrjvlng by today'
steamer brought wlthlhcm specimens
of col"" and sticks that had been
dipped In the boiling lava nnd nro now
kept as souvenirs covered with evi
dences or tho earth In Us making.
Tho flro Is not yet level with tho lop
but the pit is steadily filling and ap
parently only ft hhorf tlmo will elapse
before tho big lako will be boiling over
as In days gone by Then of course
the display of flro works will be car
ried on In full view ot tho guests on
tho veranda or the Volcano Houao.
The volcano Is reported as meat
and growing greater every moment
Missives and Papers Await
Arrival of Clark
A beautiful home with over three
ncres of ground, fruit trees, lawns,
etc , situated in
Manv Prominent Names' on Docu
ment Indorsing Candidacy oi
A. Q. Robertson For Federal
Through a petition that has b-en
Aircsentcd to Governor Kear t li-u
Jlien showj lha tl c- ntfi'lliu u 'fill
f b illness cr.mniu'i ' Is nS' , behind
liitf candld-v ti! . 11. V. K iIh riMiii
jfor he Jedernl Judgeship, to sncK'ed
10 me place vjcjicmi ) uiiirua i"n-ruff.
Tho petition that his been given to
the Oovornor Is signed by over two
score of tho prominent' nnd rupteam
tatlvo citizens of Honolulu u.ul In
eludes several paragraphs of eni;hitli'
endorsement ot Koberluon and .tint a.
their full nnd nnnualllled contldeuco in
his abllltlcp iu a law or dnd his rh.tr
ncter as A citizen of Hawaii.
Tho petition, among many others
bears the signatures of Sam Damon,
Mark I'. Itublnson, James Castle and
Fred Waldnm, It was presented t
tho Oovornor esterdny ailernoon and
what action he will take upon It Is
Knew The Eontlment.
Tho chler executive stated this
morning that he was aw tiro or tho
sentiment or the business community
before "tho petition was presented to
him. He stated that ho would cousld
cr It as showing conclusively tho opln-
ttrf'tMllTniT TV n V. B '"" '" ""' il"v'""f uunmm
W iidAalalU&Ullt Vt (! ' i il.. . ufi.. t... t
?fU.i SSt M.r 'K '" . It an, he wonbl couten
stated today that he has no fear or ' ... ... , .,... ,v.
an investiiration of hit administra
tion. He tails attention to the fact
that he demanded the investigation.
The feeling is very tense as a re
sult ot tiie removal of Mr. FiAehot,
and he bat a following that it en.
thusiastic in its support. One of
the very interesting incident of the
dav was when Mr. Pinchot was
'wildly cheered by the employe of
the forestry bureau on hit taking
leave of them.
Governor Frear Dro'ps
Many From List .
PLUCKY FEAT OF
UPPER NUUANU VALLEY
Eight acres of fine residence prop
erty situated on
JUDD AND LLLIHA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
Runaway Horse Stopped
And Serious Smash
I T0KI0, Jan. 2. It was announced
todav from the Foreien Office that
the Japanese government dees not
aunrove the proposal of the Ameri-
an Sfrrarv nf Rtnt that the Han-
The spacious quarters occupied by'chunan railway be neutralized Ja.
the shipping department of II. HacL- Pan is apparently wtisfled with the
feld U Co. bears a close resemblance present method of handllne the very
to a full-fledged and well-regulated serious railway problem fit the dis-
postofllce during the past few dajs. puxea terruory.
This 111 in, In representing ine
Hamburg-American and Norddcut-
scher I.loyd steamship companies.
will look cut for the requirements
of tho line new liner Cleveland which
is due to urilve at Honolulu on Jan
uary 23, bearing qver six hundred flj y()Rv Jtn 8iAnother
and fifty tourists who have been tenat,on prdn(c todfty in the
traveling around the world under the orclecution 0( rhe Surar Trust
direction or tue i-ranK u. uiarn iour- . , . Thomat Bailey, an in-1
1st agency. sStfttota STiWtS In- WASHIHaTON. D 0.. Jan. 8 -
For a month or more there hns terstete Commerce Commission, was Qeorfte HcCabe was today appointea
been a continuous stream ot first and vait& under arrest. Forester in place of Oifford Pinchot,
kecond-class malt matter pouring Into jailev is chanced with stealine removed. The dismissal of Mr. Pini
the Hackfeld building. The mii- doaumenti, bearinir on the case of ot is the sensation or the hour in
slves are intended for tho tourists, e Sugar Trust, from the office of official and political droit of the
as wen as some iiunareu omcers jne united States Distnct ttorney.
and employes counected wun me
monster Geiman liner which Is con
veylug the truvelors on tholr tour.
The Alameda brought a very large
nnontltv nt letter mall for tho vis
Itors. Over nt the postofllce there I
remains about a ton of second-class WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 8.
mall, Including newspapers, books. The m, 0f the House was taken up
packages ot all sorts nnd descrip- this forenoon 'with a stwech by, Con-
tlnnn' l j. - tt!....L
The.ilottoiiI'mSll Is being
E. COOPER IS ...-
SUGGESTED FOR PLACE'
Chief Executive J)'rtares Tliat He
Has Narrowed the Jossibimies
(Down to Thrie Names No De-
citv. and a verv bitter contest it an'
ticipated in' connection with the
charges against Secretary Ballinger.
plute whether he would Inform the
Washington authorities or It or ti'jt
He obecrved that he bad stated while
In Washington that thtro was a ten
tlmi'iit distinctly favorable In Itohnrl
con and peihnps will ilrclde that
nothing further would be gullied by
commuhl'cutlng tho terms of the peti
tion to Washington.
Attorney General WIckerBham, how
ever, has been Informed or the sub
mission or tho potttlon to (lovernoi
Frlr, through prlvnto chunnels. A
cable has been sent to the Attorney
Geuernl stating that the bankers und
business community generally have ac
corded iholr emphatic eudnrscpient
and that there Is no division or sen
timent hs far ns Robertson's candlducy
o the rederal bench Is concerned.
No stone Is being left unturned to
sccJiro the nomination or Hobertson
for tho Federal bench, his supporters
having learned a few things by ex.
poilcifce during the nrst cjutpilgn
that resulted in Hie appointment or
Woodruff. Several private cables have
bion sent along to 1'rlnco Ktihlo, the
Dolcgnto to Congress, and II Is known
by his replies that ho Is doing his level
bcBt In tho Interests or Hobertson,
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 8.
trresaman Xustermann of Wisconsin, The Senate was today , the scene. of
handled i ..i. i,. .1,1- .v,.,m. kill artivitv in th crest Pinahot-Ballin.
dxpedulbiiuawuby the office rorce ut xustermann jg ft Republican , and w controversy, although the matter
liiuckfeiu Co. in thut it Is be- .enerally allied with the Insurgents, has not reached the stag forargu
Ingrnrtedi $ut under nn alphabet! " ment. A resolution reported this
Vollco Officer Georgo KHIa per-
formed a pluoky and clover feat
about 11:30 tjila morning, when he
jumped, on h runaway wagon,
grabbed the lines and brough't the
horse to u btandstlll. r
It appears that the wagon, which
belonged to a Chinese express man,
was loft ktandlng outside the rail
road depot, and the horse, tuklng
fright at something, suddenly bolted
down King street ut top speed, Tho
U :j T.'nulmal tinned Into lllver street and
lldWdlldll irUSljthe wagon went on two wheels for
In short distance. ,
Some cases of fruit wore thrown
off, and oiangei were scnttcrod nil
I ''(Continued on Page 2.) ,
calniClumlflL'atlon.. A part of the
shlttDtneiorflce Is already idled htgi
vvittivatlavKo number of backs, eucii
HO CARTHY IS MAYOR.
ifcrenoon developed the Senate. 1 plan
I for dealing with the Ballinger' lnves
qam mivmsnn ion r Monr tiiraticn. and this is presumably the
confainldg mall coming under a sin- jjcCarthy took the oath of office to- program of the Republican regulars.
bio icuc-r ui u" uiuiiuaue.. dav. and the newiy-eieciea omcera inis rcsoiuimu cans iot .00 p-
The p, m, B. B. Korea, which Is of the j party regime ore jn (ull nointment of a joint investigating
due to arrive at the port on Thurs- .on! 0f the administration of the committee by the Vice-President and
day, Is believed to bring the heav- c;ty'j affairs
lest shipment of mull et received "'
hero for the Clark party.
Tho accumulation bids fulr to
teach enormous proportions, and it
will be no small Job to attend ti Us
piope'r dUtllbtitloii, 1
WHY NOT TAp; YOUR
BREAD FROM THE
RR nnnlvsls 12 ' D 3.4d. Pantv....i .
4,72c. Previous ciuojbu,, 12s. fld. , ;, ! Hotels near. Unionists, f
the Speaker of the House of Sepre
tentative, acting together.
It is apparent that if this resolu
tion carries in the Senate, a dead
lock may result between the two
houses before the investigation is
HARVARD LAW DEAN DEAD.
0AMBRID0El.Mass Jan. 8.
I the Harvard
James ',Barr, dean' 0!
Law School', dUd'lodi
Thp rccoptlcn given by Ills Hied
loury Liang Kwo Ying. tho newly up
pointed Chinese consul to Honolulu
wns brilliant In Iho extremo. Govern
or Krear, the foreign consular corps
Federal aid Territorial ofllccrs ns well
as the elite of Honolulu, wero present.
Sheridan street was lined on either
Bldo with' rows of waiting carriages
and automobiles. Tho Chinese schol
nrs of l'uunhou, High School and I'u-
nnbnii Collego were present In largo
numbeis to render assistance to tho
One could almost. Imagln a oneself In
New York, so many top lints were1 in
evidence, Tho somber droits of Iho
Gov ei nor I'reir Is beginning 10 ceo
his na char In.tbe.vvork of 11 lining
n man or Iporbnps u womhn for tho
onico ot Supcrliltcnduit or l'ubllc In
structlon. vacated since Wlnfied Dab-
'liltt folded up bis tents and stole away
to smlco with Iho I'lnstcnr Assocla j-fi,
Hon 011 the first day of the now )onr..t
A few droa ago lliuro wore twent)- iw
llueo (audtdati'S for the u.'ilcii liowg
thero ure only Ihree for the floveriior fi
say. nt himself and that liieana tb rtf
twenty of thu nameless ones who
i ...,.! III. ... I.. .l .I111 u.ltii..! .,.....-
me;it Into sweetness and light havu
iifcii coiiEldereil t, bo too valuablo In j-
their pic-suit ihisIiIuii to risk Jcopird-j
ulng tho whole ttrjicture of the school'
departuidit b)' disturbing litem. .Ho
Iho Governor has carefully dr.iwnva
blue pencil Ihiough tlio pames ot tlio i,j
tvCcnty and relumed to his tonum! J
platlou of thp fortunate (hfco wliofo. ,3
nnmrj nr.. In thu linlntif.. nn.l nlin'f .'9
" " - mi
havo conrornud In a l'irge degree to
the nnallflcitlous that gu In nnko ,n
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Tho litest naino to be suggested foe
the placo Is that ot lltury 11 Coiior,
although It Is known Hut ho Is tiot
oven nwaro that his. name was men
tinned In connection with tho oRlco ot
Superintendent ot Public Instruction,
juiIro Cooper Is n .candidate for,, n
place on tho lederal bench and thero
is n possiimiiy yet tnni his name may
receive ravorablo consideration at Iho
hands or tho Washington authorities.
Whclher. ho would accept tbn jsis!- i
Hon or Hilperlntendent or Public In.
structlon hns not been answered. Ills'
health not having hepn or tho bust' for
Tho announcement by tho Governor
Hint bis choice lay between three
names has led to speculation ns to
who Iho lucky three uro. Tho gener
al opinion seems In bo that two' ot
Ibeni nio Charles King and Charles
Baldwin nnd that possibly iho third is
Albert .tudd, who was formerly a nicm- ili
her of tho Commission of Public ln-.'t
siruction. y '- t t
It Is billcvnl thnt tho appointment
will bo niado noxt week. T;
mole visitors was In strong contrast
to tho exquisite confections worn bjr
tho ladles. Many new Parltl.ui gowns
and hats wero seen for tho first tlmo
at this reception,
This evening his oxccllency will
glvo a banquet to tho members or tho
various committees at (1 o'clock. Tills
will bo held at tho Chinese consulate!
on Sheridan street following Hi7ttjif
names or (hoso who se'rved pn tlurV4
nous committees: '
, (Continued nn Vnnmi
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