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in the home the decisions is made to
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' '$&&. ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4515.
i 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF. HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1810. 10 PAGES.
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KUHIO IN FIGHT
FOR DE BOLT
Frank Thompson and Sam Parker Give
Opinions To Washington
Thnt n determined opposition tn
t lie Indorsement liy Governor 1'ic.ir
of HoIiIiImb II. Anderson for the 'Ici
rltorlul Hppii'ino Hutch, now being
waged tit Washington by I'llnee Ku
lilo. Hun Pnrker nnrl l'miik Thonip
Min. Is tlio inusa of IHo fullmc of
l'icsldeiit Tuft to send his nonilna-
ttotui (o the Sc.nuto, It now ucceptid
H8 tho lfason for the itela) upon the
ii.ii t of tho Administration. t
TlioinpHon was one of the strong
est supportais that Judge Do Holt
hail among tho liar Association inein
berbhlp, and It Is known that he
ulll exert any Influence he ma) hnvu
toward tho Administration in tint; 1"
accoi dance with the Imlpi semen t of bo tinned at lie eleventh hour and
tho lotnl bar In profcrelico to tho Do Holt named for he plnce.
opinion expressed b Governor i tear, 'Another moo In fnvor of De Dolt
fa vol able to tho candidal of Hob- was tuhen jestcrdny when, in In-
bliiM.'ll. Anderson. Prince1 Kuhlo Is dm slug rrcut'a candidate for Super
an admirer of JudKe Do Dolt and lias jlnlcndent of Public Instruction,
ficoly expresfed the opinion that, by Willis Pope, the Terrltoilnl Central
reason of "ills long term of ublc ser- Committee took occasion-to Indorse
vlto mi tho Circuit llcnth, ho is JitBt- Judge De Unit for the Supreme Court
1) entitled to tho uppolntment to ..io and appointed a tommlttee to for-
vat aney on tho Supreme Court. innlly tell tho Chief Kxecutho of
"Iho combination of tho three fa- their action.
No Money Available
For Mosquito War
Steps will hno to bo tukcu If tho
mosquitoes arc to bo iltlvcn out of
Honolulu. Tho tlmo has coma wtien
ft Is no longer a plcasuio to sit on
. tho vamndu or under the ticcs In
x tho tool of the evening, and, con
' Mdcrli k thnt It Is n mutter for tno
health department to take up, some
thing hliuuld bo done to mltlgutu this
In un lutcivlcw wlt II. Iicia or
Iliuwcr . Co. this morulug, Mr. Ivers
' mated tli it tho Shippers' Whutt Com
mittee hud Invited Mr. Mott-HmlU
o kIo his vjows on a proposed mos
1 iiullo Lnmpulgii, but thnt utter wait
In twb month for a teply, action
had to bo dcforicd. Mr. Mott-Sml.
wim Acting (Jovemor whon this. let'1'
tci was sent to him, and It was duo
to Increased piessuro of business tliat
a leplj was not forthcoming.
"The Shlppois' Wharf Association
docs nut lino tho mono) available to
bin it .in active crusade against tho
mo.;cuUo," Hinted Mr. Ivors, and us
. ..Mr. .Mott-HnllHi hays that he Is help-
leii In tho matter, tho Hoard of
" Health having no suiplus funds with
, which to (dart an ni.tlvu tampalgu
".ogalust tlicsn nocturnal peits, tho
" question of ridding Honolulu of nios-
, (julKiea Is no farther advanced ,than
when (ha matter first i.imo up In
, July of last 5 ear.
'I his matter will In all probability
bo tu kon up by the Chumbcr of Com
uciro ut their inoiithlj meeting tills
afternoon ut :r o'clock, and a plan
diawn up w hoi eb) funds may he
' uviillalilo for lidding tho tlty of t'lue
Piesldont Mott-Smlth of tliolloaid
of Health bus submitted a proposl-
' 'Hon to the Shippers' Whuff Commit
too, of which K 13. Pnxton Is chalr-
, nia,ii, asking that tho committee con
tribute a good sijni of money each
mouth towards lidding the city of
Its piosout great draw luck, Visitors
fioui the mainland nio llocklng Into
Honolulu, niul next week the Clee
Inndwlll bilng wnno fl'IS touijsti,
fionT tlio Oilopt 9iia l hnl r m ,iy homo
lo Iho Sliitcs. Soionfhns ought to
vol able to Do Holt ntul In support of
t lie opinion of the II ir Association,
coupled with their nctlvo presenco In
Wuzhlugton, lends (olor to tho be
lief (hut the opposition In Amleison
Is tho cause of tho ilulny both In,
resident Tuft nominating n man for
the plate on the Federal Ileneh and
the Tcrillorlnl Supreme Court.
while DA Holt a friends hnve prac-
tlcnlly given up all hope of welng
the Clicult Judge's iinino on n cable
aniiouncliiK the nomination for, tno
Supremo Court, they are equally con
fident thai Ktihlor Thompson and
Parker nic exert Ing ecry effort In
his behalf right at tlio sent of war
and are hopeful that the tables will
b0 done whereby these people" will
Know thnt Honolulu la trying to frco
heiself fioni niosiiittoes and K) mako
the ocnlngM bearable and cnjpjablo
foi the.comniunlty at largo. ,
lu somo of the private bonrdlng
hounes of this cltj t Is n common
sight to see ladles uirring small
wooden foot-stools about with them
wheiovnr the) go. As soon as they
Bit down they pinto their foot on
these, ami as their feet nio off tlio
ground and well protected by their
dresses, tho wily mosquito Is unablo
to attack their ankles.
In her 85th year. Mrs. Anastatlu
Swift, widow of Piofossor Smith nud
beloved inolhei of Mrs. A. I.. M. Smith
and Mis. (1, Mi Dowall of this city and
Mis, P. M, Wlckham of Monti out, Can
ada. P1111cr.1l from tho Catholic Ca
thedial at I p. 111. toil ty, ,
A beautiful home with over three
acres of ground, fruit trees, lawns,
etc., situated in
Eight acres of fine residence prop
erty situated on v.
JUDD AND LILIHASTREETS
Tor Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Deo. 12
President Taft is prcpannp to issue
a public statement in which he will
(jive his opinion on the dissensions
that have been brought about by
the deflection from the regular Re
publican ranks. President Taft is
hopsful of bringing about such peace
measures as will prevent a continu
ance of the war between the insur
gents and regulars in the Koute.
President Taft declares that he dues
not blame the attitude of the inde
pendents, but deplcres the deflection,
threatening to the Republican party.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LOS ANGELES. Jan. 12. Aviator
Paulhan flew eight and a half miles
In 14 minutes and 05 seconds. Cur
tiss flew a mile over the same course
in 61 seconds.
LOS AN'OKI.KS. Jnn. 4. Jerome
CurtlsV Interests, who hits just ai
(Continucd jn Page 2.)
NEW YORK. Jan. 12. A report
was issued today by the directors of
tbe American Sugar Refining Com,
par.y, The directors deny that the
company is a monopoly, and express
the belief that the officials were njt
aware of the underweighing of sug
MILLER STANDS BY .
Williamson Believes That
Bark Can Be
"fiattlcilW ovurythlng inovnhlo has
,1een taken from Iho mocked Hrltlsh
hark Alexander Illack, which Ties off
I'ala, Maul, abandoned b) her olflcors
Captain iWerlck Miller or tha Mil
ler Snhago Coinpany, has suqcocel
In netting tho vails ilgglng 11 spV'e
suit of sails, anchors, chains, and a
quantity of suloon und gallo) furpl
tuic and II ( 11 res, according to u ro
port which was bixiught to Ilonoliilu
this morning h) tlioofllcers of tlio
InteHsland stiamer Cluiidlnu,
The Alexanner Illack still lemalns
moio or less Intact owing to the ves
sel rcstlm upon a level bed of coral
and sand. The masts nio still stand
ing nnd whllo Iho seas rmirvQ through
tho ihlp, it,'8iillng lu the cojiiplele ruin
of her cargo of fertilizer, tho vessel
holds well together wth Iho posslbld
oxeeptlon Hint her decks hnvo buckled
lo a limited extent.
A northeast swoll tins been piovull
(Continued on Page G)
WEtirara Hi.POULTRY SHOW
Board of Health Asks
Citizens To Give
A meeting of the Ho.it d of Health
will bo hold tomoriow at .1 p. in.
In the Throne Hooiii, Capitol build
ing, to which the public Is linlted,
In order (0,11(10:0? It (he oppoitunlt)
of pusentlng views to the board 011
tubi-tculosU und the plans of hand
ling that disease. The object of the
meeting Is to acquaint tlio public of
such plans In bo far (is thn me at
pieseiit formulated; to reiehe bus
gesilons In regard thereto, or on any
olhei Hinder relating to tubcn ulosls,
1 ud to awaken and stlmulnto u
Siealer and more unhersal Inlerest
hi the neeessltv of nruiiiittnnnrv
! Measures' against fuither spread of
'tho (license, as well as 'Its treatment
At the Inttance of the Ameilcan
blanch of tho Red Cross Soclet) In
Hawaii, a cuiifercnre ut various or
gnnlznlioiis nud Individuals Imprest
ed In this work was held on Decern'
her I"., tP',i. The objett of the con-
feiriHP was-K' lulpg ,lheviUiua ln
teiests together" for a free discussion
iis to methods nnd plans of Airrylng
011 the work nnd to unify such In
teiests to that, the work would pro
ceed along ordeil) and eRectlvQ
lines. A committee consisting of J.
A. Hath, Dr. Hobd) and Dr. Hod
gins was then appointed to Investi
gate the subject nnd to formulate 11
To Name Physician.
At the conference Mr. Mott-Smlth,
the piesldent of the Hoard of llealjh,
outlined the section of the work
which would be taken up by the
Hoard of Health. The main fea
tures were that (ho boad, with an
available nppioprlatton or $1800 for
tho biennial period. Intended to eie
ate a Tuberculosis llureau us one of
Its departments, which would he
utidei the dliect charge of n suita
ble und qualified pli)sleliru appoint
ed It) nnd subject tu the board. Sucli
ph)siclan should fit Bt concern hint-
self with tho oiganlitatlon of the
bureau, formulating necessar) rules
j and regulations, nnd, whero tho nu-
viiuuiy ui um uuuru wus not; auc
(Continued on Page 4)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 12.
The resolution providing for the in
vestigating committee to take up the
Ballinger affair has gone to confer
ence. The House resolution differs
radically from that passed by the
SAN JUAN DEL SUR, Jan. 12.
It is reported that the Insurgents
hflv hn vletnrinnv In a tiaHl
j fought at Acoyapa.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 12.
Colonel Walter Howe was today ap
pointed a brigadier-general.
KOREA TO ARRIVE
Wireless this atleini.on slates that
tho Korea will airle a' this imrt to-
I morrow morning a I d Might,
I Tho transport Thomas Is on the
i iuuu vi
WAsmwnTnn. t n j m
President Taft today appointed Henrv
Solon Graves, head of the forestry
school of Yale University, as suc
cessor tb Oifford Pinchot, removed
' Professor Ornvcs lias been director
of tho Yale forestry school slnco
I UOfl. He wns born In Marietta,
Ohio, May 3, 1871, and prepared for
college at Phillips Academy, An
dover. (iraduattd from Yule In 1892.
He took special studies In forestry
at Harvard University and Munich
University, German). Honorary M.
A., Ynle, 1901. Married Klla Marian
.Welch In 1901. Hq Is n member or
the Washington Academy of Sci
ences, Connecticut Academy of Sci
ences, American , Korostry Associa
tion. Connecticut Koiestry Associa
tion, New llAiupshlie Forestry Asso-
elation; Joint author, The Whlto
'Pine, nnd also various bulletins of
tho Department of Agriculture, nnd
iitsoclute editor of the Korest Quar-
WASHINGTON. Tl. IT Isn 19
Thi T'rii-re tndnv naiiMl ih hill m.
bodying the administration recom-
jiicuuauuui tor cnccKin, ine infa
mous white slavi trade. nrin( ut.
posures of which have shocked ths
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 12. Beets:
88 analysis, 13s. 3d. Parity, 4.82c.
Previous quotation, 13s. 2 l-4d.
Bucks Into Bad Weather,
Many Passengers and
There wns a perceptible shorten
ing up of tho tlmo of the Mutson
Navigation liner I.url'no In hor voy
age from San Kranclsen to Hono
lulu, which lilp ended at 8, o'clock
this morning, when tho l.urllne tame
alongside her wharf,
The vessel kepi, well within six
and a half dii)s oh the trip down,
despite the fact that some very nasty
wcnthei was encountered on the first
few da) s om from Sun Francisco.
'Iho l.uillno brings a large and
varied rargo of nnircliandli-e. Thoro
is everything from lemons lo auto
mobiles stowed In the capacious hold
of the stenmer. Twent) new ma
(hlnes oino consigned to local auto
luipniters, Including fifteen for the
von Hamm-Young agency nnd four
to H. O. Hall & Son.
One valuable blooded hoise was
hi ought down and made up the sum
total of the live stock.
Thlrt.v-on saloon passengers nnd
four iteerage arrived by (ho vesfel,
(Continued on Page 6)
Judges Pick Best Birds From Scores of
j Kollottlng nic tlio names of pr)7e
winners at the pmillr) show;
llnrrcd PI)ii.oulh Hock, 1', D. Ath
erton won tluce seconds.
Ilirrcd PI) mouth Hock, C. Moutu
gue CiNike won 0110 second.
White Pl)iuimlh Itoek C. 11. 'lll,h
won four seconds.
Ilitfr Wjaiiyotte, II. K. Heard more
won 0110 recond.
Mltitf Wjandotte. 0. 0. Potter won
ll.ined PI) mouth Hook, C. Montague
Cooke, won inn firsts.
Burred PI) mouth Ilock, P. C. Ath
ertou won twn firsts.
Whlto PI)inoulh Hock, C. II. High
"v" " ' v II .,
llnrr Wyandotte 11. K. llejrdiuore
won four flriu, ,
llnrr Wj an lotto, i:.' I).' Uruwn won
Huff W) an lotto, O. C. Potter won
Khnde Ifland lied V. H, Kllbey won
I Hhode Mind fled, John C'ulleii won
llhode Island Whlto, J. A. lohnson
Ron two firsts.
Serious Charge Made
Agaiost Young Girl
Tlllle Woolsey Is under nriest ut
the police station charged with con
cealing tho birth of her thlld. The
)oung woman wns ancaled )esterday
afternoon nnd taken to Chief Mc-
'Dufflo's ofDce. After Investigation,
the ehurgo was laid nnd ball set ut
f2(U. The penalty for tho crime U
n lino of not less than $100 aud Im
prisonment for not uioiu tk.m two
The rase n'rlses out of tho ilUcuv
crj of tho dead body of u child which
was made In mi outhouse ut Walklkl.
A man named W'oolsej, said to ho
tho stepfather of tho utiused girl,
found the bod) und reported tho
mattei to tho police.
As no less than the bodies of ba
bies have been found In thu loiallt),
MeDufllo became suspicious and
stinted 011 an Investlgallon of tho
1 mm a m i iaj j.m ia iui
A ciimpiilMi against automobile
scorchois wai begun thlu afteinoon by
Iho pollcq win 11 '.enal siimmoiis wcio
Issued against 'fourteen clllzcna and
the) will have to appear Krldii) morn
ing heroic District Magistrate Andrado
and explain if they have a 11) explana
tions to make.
fourteen hnvo been summoned to
appear, thosq nnme.l being llnrr)
Itels, II r. Wlchmnn. Joseph A Mil
ler, A. V, Thayer, T Cllve Dnvles. J,
J. Ilelser, IMward Purls, M, Mnderlos,
It. Merrick, 0. Z. Sihncfor, F. A. Will-
llhode Inland Whlto. Jafon Audrade
won one (In 1.
Park llraltnlt, 1" rinntoi won two,i
llrstk. ' .
Durk lliahuii, Vluecut l'cnnmlez
won two flrrtM.
llinwii I.ey'ioru, W. C. weedon won vV
U'ovvii Lcglinrii, Mis. 'S P. Slmw
nun wit- urui. f,j
White Loghurn. Mis. H. V .Shaw
won two fliM.i.
Whllu l.tghnin W C. Wee-don jvon
one first '
White Leghorn, It. C. Ilrown won
one nrsl. .
PHrk Mlnnifiu V "t t' ...In., t, n
ft Hists. ,"
v.iiiiu .Mlliorcas. 111 111 Oil 1 won onm.
Whlto MltioremjW, 0,,Wendilu wour
one nrsl. . ' " ,
IIIiih Aulaliilan, A. N. Campbell
wop (me not.
Huff Orpin), (on, .1. K, (i. Stokes won '
three f!-s(s. "
Whllo Urpliigfoii W. (', VvJ(in
won ihruo firsts.
llhode libitnl While. J. A. Johnson,
(Continued on Page 2)
affair. Having heard Unit the jouiig
woman hud given birth to it child.
he quisilbnied her dosely on tho nf-,
luir, hiio ilenled the truth of thuj
allegation nt flist, hut Inter on nt-l
know (edged Hint It was 'true; bTiob
claimed that Iho thlld was stlllhorn.1
Tomorrow morning "tho neiii-wiT
will nppeir In court and Attorney m
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...-. .... vir,i,.,ci ine; iiiivu it iverjr
clear tat-u iigalnU tho woman, ntitti
a) It Is nil duo to tho way In whltliv
.MclJuffle worked up the ensv. t -.
Onl) for tho fmt thnt no exnml-j
nation wus made of the body of the
liuiint prior to 1 rcmntlon, 11 more se
rious charge might hnvo been Inhib
it Is said that U1010 wuh a ribbon
tied tlghtl) aiound thu neck of lhoA$
iimiiku aim inui nu pxnminiiuonyj
I'lihia iiutu Miiuwn inni tuu uaoy
was sliungled. ,
I .1111 n m
ilmn, (leorgc I, liioun, A. W.
nnu u 11 Helm. .tT
, Haik luspi-rtur Scull) 'a incthfKl of J
timing tho sliced of Iho nutomnbllca Is?
lo station 11 inuu u measiin'd dlstanroa
from him Hotli Scully und his n.islat-1
nut hull stop vvul,(hi's nud as tho ma-j
1 1 111110 j'in-8 ocuiij nt- ifinriB (lioi
I wnli h going mid slgn.ilsliM male; ifio
inner men sturls his wnteh anitf?
tlio Il)lii8 iparhluu as It
He who dcilixs a llietlnio of hnnn!.1
iicsd wHi a liiMiiljfu woman ilerlreaS
to enjoy tho tnstn VfHvIno bv keeping A
his nmitlii nlwaja ftniyof It, V!l
IS A GOOD THING, NOT A FAD J
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Hotel, Near Union. v
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