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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4513.
10 'PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. JANUARY 10, 1910.10 PAGES.
PRICE S CENT!
H ' H M
New Grand Jury
VF.-B. McStocker Is
By Judge De
Tliu now Torrltorhl Grind Jury was ship of the community, it ..,. crtaluty
sworn in by Circuit Judge l)u Holt this "' ""' greatest possible imiicii tai'co
morning, nn.t after IiimiIiil: Hi- eli.ircU."'-,t ,,,e J,,r"r al"' cM'vn 8""'1 k-'l
rend udjnuincd until Thursdaj, at
which tlniu It will niukn a bivfunln ;
In lln work us an Intpihsltnrlnl Iimly
.Judge Do IIoII'b charge did not
I)olnt uny Icx.il piobleniB that bu
lliouglit wore In pirticular 1103.I of at- sentiments upon this v'.nl iiiieHlIou o(
Jentlou by the (Jranil Ji.rma and on- ho foremos citizen c.r cm coi.iiuou
slated uinlnly'nf an clahcintion of tholcounjry.
IpkuI rlRhtH ami
ifiUlon of llio InmtiB-
III tho coilrho of lihtll.UKU JllilCO
Do Holt a)B: jiloctrlno of prcsiumiitlon of Innocence
"Further, with rcRinl to tho trial nml reaRonnblo iloubt, .WIriiciI to
aim piinlshinent of erln.ln.iii'. let in meet the npconltle4 of a nule. vcmli
i.iiiu for a moment timl ijtmldcr tho barlnrnu. anil liibiiuian t.',r. the dan-,'-sentiments
iih oxprei,u-iJ L that ut- cr now. In thin hnninir 1 nd enllsht
romplhihcil Inwycr,' pmliiutnl Jiiriat.. cnvtl ilny. In. W It 111 tlil'lnnnc.ni
and able Btatesnmn. 1'iesldcnt Taft
namely: That Jurors mukl hf tstron;
ly Imbued with tho rlfihf ol tho pub-
..u 1.. imiH uniiin puniHueu, ami suico rrcT ItiBtltlitlnni. ylho s.lfoty of tin.
this is true, and the Jury (no final ar- community depcnJs upoi. the Ri.mt
biter of the accused-Is made up of f and firm, ns Well .1,. 11 u the eeilalu
tlm n erase repicsoiitatUo clthen- (Continued.on Pae 4
Alive Ate Marriage
Woman Learns of Mistake and Suit
Of Annulment Brought In The
hint lias uocn iipruii in ho Tonl-
torlnl Supreme Court for tho annul- and that she did tutor Into her second
incut of tho marriage of Albert Marco mmrlaRo In tlm opinion that Knhoo
1111I Lilly Marco ou the Rround that kano was dead.
111 iiiq unie 01 trio marriaRO, in Junu
niv. 1907, tho woman had a husband
IIvIiir, a Hawaiian named Koa Knhoo.
It) an answer tri the suit, which Is
brought by Marco, Mrs. Marco or Ka
Iioonkano, admits the Reneral truth of
the allegations made In tho complaint.
Bho ilcclaics, liowover, that at the time
of her marrlbgo she firmly bclleed
that hor first husband was dead and
that tho entered Into her second mar
ilase without trie slightest knowlodgo
that rho was violating tho law or that
her first husband was alivo.
It la Mated that tho woman's claim
A beautiful home with over three
acres of ground, fruit, trees, lawns,
etc, situated in
TJPPER NUUANU V-ALLEY
Eight acres of fine residence prop
erty situated on '
JUDD AND LILIHA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
ORLEANS HA RETURNED TO
constantly befoio Mm this il?lit In thu
ppop'e to punish, crimp. Not a pasaivo
nilnilsHlo'n, but an acll.ti .mil thoroii:li
apprcclntlon of the rifilu rtnl the, ne
r's!slt of the.iicoplo. Tii st.itci or Tur-
rlloiy to inr.lrli crlmC,
m h urn thu
"Thij npccsslty of puali-blnK tho
Kiilltv bIiouM luivcr nnor.iu. to Dm imi
Jiiilco of tho Innoooi.tr lint m,,!,.,. 11,-
may surfer, hut liiut Hie guilty muy
In a country like ours, blessed with
i uvrnn , i,v ,i,n t,m i .i, .,
PRICES ARE FIRM;
Sellers At Reduction
ralluro of the stock cchangO list
to lecord nn advanco In prlco Is tho
excoption there .toys, and the spcond
week of tho ear stalled out, with a
pietty good lecoul on this hcoro as
well as Iti tho volume of business done.
Demand for McBrydo has Increased
and tho prlco ir up to C SO. Hawaiian
Commercial Is selling ngaln at 38 and
Pioneer has returned to tho vicinity1
of 200. senilis nt 199 SO on tho board.
Cvvn has also advanced to 32 GO and la
strong at that figure.
There are practically no sellers In
lln market willing to part with their
holdings at a Bucrlflce, Tho liujei-a
must go up If they -would land tho
stock. This Is not only suggested, la
tho tales xapnitod but also In the gen
eral drift of quotations. Wulaliu for
Instance was scheduled to drop to JIB
soniewheio between tho Hist of De
cember and tho middle of Jauuury. It
Is now Btronc at 123 with more pros
pect of gclng higher than lower. This
la typical of all the others on tho list.
'Wirtm R'ninM' Office Phone 2fl,
TSdUctin Editorial Room Phone 184
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON, Jan. 10. The povern
ment announced today that the com
manders of British warships in Ni
tarajruan waters have bien instruct
ed to observe a strict neutrality in
all matters arising from the trou
bles between Nicaragua and the
tt. iOuK, Jan. 10. Fur or
the checkers of sugar weights who
wwe found guilty of defrauding the
government, by short weight on the
sentenced today to one year of im-
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. Beets:
88 analysis. 13s. 1 l-2d. Parity.
4.70c. Previous quotation, 12s. 9 3-4d.
The quotation on beets as shown
by today's cable at 13s. 1 l-zcu ere
o.. . Jiflp. h.t..'.. !.... .a.
u.1,0 i u.ui.i..i.ii uvtnuu uvvii nuw
centrifugals at New York of $15 per
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10.
, . nepuDiican leauen oi uongress nave
LaCKSdecided to walt iurther results from'
me insurgent icrces Dei ore deciding
on a permanent course of action. The
leaders ..will wait until the Insur
gents differ from them in caucus be
SSn!1!?1?. J lU"ie-0l !
Regulars. It is noted in connectibn
with the apparent alliance between
wc iiiiuiKcius ana cue ucmocruis
l wnen voting on tne resolution Uk-
'"K "lc "PP-'nimw o, inc jjoinn-
the handle the Speaker, that the,
rcsolutioiuwtu.in no sense a party I
measure. lhe 'Renublican plan had
not been adopted formally in a can-
cus oMhtf Reoublican member. Ron. I
ie"qi'pntly, members were not held to
a strict' partjr allegiance when
LONDON, Jan. lo. Parliament
was dissolved tojay and will meet
again in leuruarv.
tn,tne mcaniime ine elections wii """' " " "" i" b'"" '"" "' method of naming its members of . r the rishe.
fnVa iitnn. in Al1-mlii. ill AAi.At IIS HllVvallnhH bill 'llulknllM Tllliln'll !.. 11... mi.1- ...M, .1 tin I... . . . . . ..
... mvj. -..v. m,., im v,h, , --., -- - .. ....... wic tuiiuuuictv.,, inn wll, ,erve l0 , ,lo u, hiKih is clear, nicse peo-
of the Parliament, and' thW pasi "JJ ly fpr you ui d such i.ipii its. U. prevent a deadlot between the two l'l claim that anyone with n spy
upon theTiudget that'fotcM'thB.ap.r. A.i Andrews, lleiun.i nway &'c. hoases on a.point thatis not in anv Bla" or a good cie. asslstcd'by tho
p?al to the people,' ' "" " ; , , , j. 'ANT! JIAOUB." way an issue of the investigation. - December 'nuinber. ofiho iKa'dlesL
Report Has It That
Is Willing .
GOVERNOR REFERS TO
v "CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES"
The man to till the vacancon the
bench of tho United States District
Court, caused by the resignation of
ueoree Woodruff. iu lu a main mid.
er, iiLCordliiR to a rumor thut Is being
circulated todoy. The stieiigth of n1B
ll'IMfil bvciiib l( IfU Kfllll, it'll liinm iiiu I
opinion that one of the ft lends of A. 1
O. M. ltobartson his receded a cable
from Washlngtbn, hinting that this
development might be expected as a
lOKiilt of tho administration nttachlng
fcu'iue Importance to the ociosltlon that
was voiced against the appointment of
ltobcrtbon at 'thu time of his first cifn
dlducy for th federal bench.
Kobertson'n Mipisuters are far from
concedlnR that -the fight is lost and at
far as local
ieii'e glH'8, llll! iiom
Illation and ji)f.lntuicut of ltobertsmi
t was coimldered when tho support of
oovornor Kiear became known,
Tll0 Ooernor has stated that he
..81lke MlMr ,,r Uobm,n whIlc ,,
was In Washington and in the course cruiser New Orleans, that sailed Sat
of bis conversation with President nrday for the Philippines by way of
Taft and WIckcrMiam. but added slg-1 Honolulu, returned to port today
nlilciintly "theie are soma circling with boilers leaking so badly as to
stames over which 1 hao no control."! necessitate repairs in port.
This Is taken to mean thnt the Gov
ernor was Informed of tho objections
that had been lodged with the Wash-,
Ingtin nuthoiltles ami that they might
be considered to have wmie weight by
I'rebldent Tsft and Wlckersham. The
local objection to Robertson might fig
uro proiiilntuti) if someMnalnland Jur
ist with strong supiiort would like to
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vw.uu 111 iiuiyuii iiiiu lUKO 1110 a
ah hone "has tieim nhn.inn...i i it. J
leglonof supporters of Clrci.ll Judge "' th Paiifle SfTthf
Do Bolt for the Supreme Bench. Tlio".?,0
appointment of Ilobbln. Andermn Is, Mniil hJSLS ! rA f5"
conshlered a certainty and It I. be.' ffPS.3??,?S. W5 J?f .Ad'
.. ... i.i ..... ... .
..,.. iiiui lur iimiiv Hill ue SC'lll III
tho Senate for confirmation in tlmo to
allow tho Territorial Sunrenm Court
to begin work shortly after the roturn
of Justice Perry, who Is exacted
no mo bn tho Korea.
Heney Is After
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 10. The
trial of Hermann, charged with
2" P?"d ?" today.. Francis J.
Heney is in charge of the prosecu-
- rrpfprn . nmrn
I. 1,11 .AKHh
MAf I U II T A I il
Himi I I llllLifl I U
. ..... . t 1 '
ASSeSSOr WllQer IlimS.
Document Over to
t wilder ti.n t AK.nr nt
Oaliu, received this morului; an nnony'
..,...., .1.1.. 1
tnoub letter. Tho letter was at onco
handed over to the county-prosecuting
following Is a copy of tho letter:
"0. T. Wilder.
"You and all our dirty missionary
' i. . .
F L Y I N G
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 10.
Preliminaries in the flights of the
great aviators who are to contest
here were held today. '
A tremendous crowd observed the
I flights, that' were without especial
incident for speed or mishap of any
Those s;en tcdav were Glenn Cur-
'' Willard Paulham and several
others of less note. '
SAN FRANCTSCO. Jan. 10. The
.,- ..it, 11 ., n I , .
(Soecial B u 1 1 e t i n Cable )
. T0KI0,,Jan. 10. Admiral Harber
Br naroer niu ior mi nome on
the mainland by the first steamer.
WASHINGTON, D. C;, Jan. 10.
Congressman Townsend today intro
duced the administration bill em
bodying the plans for interstate com-
merce legislation laid down in the
I President's message recommending
'In this connection it was an-
ference that-several railroad, pre.i.
dents had with the President wasin
reference to changes made in the
wording of this bill.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 10.
A change favorable to the Insurgents
of the House was made today in the
Senate r:solution Drovidinc for the
i committee of the Senate and
aoaK 10 iiivcjugaie me
against Secretary Ballinger,
The original resolution reported to
the Senate called for a committee ap-
pointed by the President of the Sen-
ate and the Sneaker of the House.
ipi.r- ....... i-j j-i - . . ,
Allll WHS VUUUY 1UI1CUUCU BO as 10 Bl-
low the House to decide on its own
Denies That Link
. Are Correct On Washington
Cnndlilnte 1.. I.. McCamlleKs ami
Governor Walter V. Kreir ill I not full
to get Into a conlrmcrs) during their
.IPIarnnce beforo tho Conunltteo on
Territories when It held its healing
ion the amendment of the land laws of
Mr.- McCaudless dec) irc that tho
Clocrnor said that tho Counties wcirt
not et prepared to receive the right
to nrsess and collect taxes. Govertin?
J rear said at the hearing before the 1
committee that ho did not say thaU
Mr. McCaudlerH says thct iliu Gov ,
ernor was given a copy of tho s,tcno-
graphic notes to edit berore llicv wentiretened weni on tho ni.iluhiiiJ..
... .!. ..!... ..MH ..l.ll l. .f i I t . . . .
v me iHiiiiv-r, nun wiiiie i'o, i'c:i.uiiu'
lens, was Riven opportunity to ifo over
his remarks ho did not accept It 0-
inn mil. nuvu iiiu unie. ,
Mr. McCanJ'cu sajs that the ve.-j
nature of the question asked by Con
grcfcunuin I loyd shows ttct Mr. Krenr
made the stiitcment that Is credited to
him. and McC'andless wai.ts to know
why the Governor of the Territory
rhould knock Hie Counties of Ilnvvall.
The text of that portion of tho hear-
U.S. Grand Jurors
Rear Opium Cases
Expected That Indictments Will Be
Returned Against Chinese Bout
swains On Asia
m n.L .- .. n ...
ino I'euerui ciruiiu jury mis nioiii
Ing began an Investigation into the
opium ring cat.es that have been pend-'
ing since the lno,,.,ors adjourned for',,,,! ZrZ Z 'I'Zv
tho last lime. Tho dlicovery of tho days and It Is bolleved that n number ".
ring 01 opium smugglers mat hub iioen
opeiatlng on tho Pacific Mall liners
through thu connivance of a number
of longshoremen, was mado some tlme
ago and upon tho ovldeiicu being gath-
jered by the activities of United States
uisiiici Aiiorni.,- i,recKonB, u. H. Jinf
ctinl tlAtiilm nitit filtn.iA. ..I il.f. Ik....i
kiiui iivi.uij iiiiu u.rmt,ui , iuu nirij
AND SEE COMET
Directions By Which It IsTILIPINOS GO TO HAWAII
baid fialley's May
Some of the residents of Honolulu
suburbs stale that the Halley comet
Is In sight. They don't caro what
the lowil oxperts Biy. (
These slghters of the comet say
they icad tho Deiotuber number of
ih I-adles Home Journal, and with
!ne aid of a glass the comet can now'
be scon In tho exact position that
uuthoriti said it should bu at this
Tho fuzzy slur that has all tho
1.1 ... ... . . .. .
", mimosa Ul inu comui is in me VI-
Unity of the constellation Known ns
J hJ 1 1 VUI
lir: of which more In III;elv (o l,o
heard tliioiigho,it tin comlnR cmft
palgn Is given below.- 1 41
Onvci nor Ki ear wiw heard at lenRths
bcfoie tl'o 1
crmmltioe and then Met
as hoard, he devoting Um
.principal pait of his reinnrks to thei
land I iw :
.Mr. C.indlrr; Aro they (TerrltorlaU
bonds) floated In the Tcrrltor orncr3
on tho m ilnluud?
Governor I-ir-jr: Tho last two Is-'
suc were In (he Terrltor), The Issuo
beforo thut whs 011 the iiiihiluil. 1111,1?
tho two millions to which I have Just
iiiuiiirr niiieiiumeiu containj ln
Ibis section Is ime,fir the' niiinoso of
b JJB)HlV tho lerrtorJnLlertl itniii5?
u iiiiiinio uie nMnncp ni nun, a bvl
the city and rotnty govi'iiinicntH' ol
Hawaii wltheut necesitarlly RlvliiRtroJ
i. .1.. i ... i
mo i ii. nn, i c-uiini- govenimrnts tlm
lxiwer or iantlon At '.resent ,lhqi
lerntory collects all the taxes andS
then pajd over to the county certain
propoidons. County govornnidits ni,
(Continued on Page 4)
aincKiiuio a n.tmiior of porfona wora
lllK'l Into custody and heh to niihvver
W Contmlihluncr tleor.'e ivls. : '
Til,. III! I..ll ill.... I ....!.. .. '' T
of Indictments will, bo returned ngilnst
thoso who havo been taken Into'ciis-" '
Tho evidence against several of tho
Chinese on tho liner Ail.. I r,,..i,ior...i
conclusive and It is expected that true
mils will bo tetunicd by tho Tcdi'ml
iirann aury. '
Homo Journal, ran teo the
With lhM.e simple directions, It Is ;M
now up 10 inoso iiiierpstcil to sight
the couiot and make n laughstock of
tho specialists, who say the time ha
A I.irgo delegation of the recently
urrlved Filipinos by tliq Pacific Mall
liner filberla havo been sent 10 Malta-,
wen wnero nicy wit) take up woik on
the plantations there. 1
The liilei-lslaml steamer Helena has
!"' returned rrom a spoclal trip to
Makawell, where 113 men, 4 women
and 2 children of tho 8lberja's party if
Klllplnos wero, dlscmbaikeit, ,
Hlo Itibniers are belnc dlstilbulnil
b irpl'ly ns tt-niortntlot facilities
IS A OOOD THING, NOT A FADi
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