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lctin rocs into the homes. Approx
imately six thousand homes means
twenty-four thousand buyers. It is
in the home the decision is made
The Bulletin prinis all the bargain news any woman needs to read
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4517.
v ALREADY PASSED
: "Nino lmnilrcil nml ninety already poBsed." tl
it Tills message was received this morning liy tlio Territorial tt
it Hoard nr Immigration from A. I. C. Atklnxon. wlin In In Hnruln look' ii.
ii Ing nfler the. transportation or Itusslaus from that city anil Its pur- It
it loiindlng country, who want to .conic to Hawaii to establish them- tt
tt selves'.. ' tt
tt This looks very milch like good bublness nncl tho Immigration tt
tt .nuthnrltlc.i arc consequently yi;ry much pleased with the outlook, tt
tt Just how in.my famltlett this mcaiiM or whether Atkinson Intends to tt
it. keep on paslng people till 1m gets (ho full ten thousand ho prom- tt
it Irod Ih not known. It Is probable that tlio first lot of thesu will soon tt
tt he on their way til the Islands. ' tt
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Reappoint Good Men
'mportrintsLi'rht On JudReship Cam-
The iinllny of tlio Tatt mlnilnts-,
tuition Is fayornblu to the reappoint
nielit of Judicial omccrs or other of
ficials, of lh government Vhcn It
U iihown that they have performed
fallhrul rervlco and have the Beiicral
Imlorceuiuiit of tlio community In
which they live.
This information, which bcoiub to
ho niithorllntlvo ami has u lather
Important bearing on the Judgeship
cuiupalgn, Is convoyed In u loiter
that has been lecelvi'd from Untied
Stntea Senator Jl'erklns of California,
and It Is believed that ho based his
htntcment upon a woll-deflned knowl
edge of tlio motives that will netuato
I'lCJldcut, Taft and Attorney-Oeneral
VlcIierham In acting upon the re
appointment i)f Circuit Judgo Hohln
miii, whoe term of oinco expires In
March and who has received tlio
unanimous Indorsement of thu liar
Atttoclntlon unil the Territorial Cen
The flaleiuent by Senator l'erklus
Is pailluiilarly luterojtlns In vinv of
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ON -ALL STOCKS
Olaa, Hutchinson, and
M'Bryde Come In
Chonti stocks held tlio linirda "this
morning on ,tho Kxclnmse and unforo
thu tr.idlng was thrpugh the transac
tions wens such as o Indicate that n
good sized movement In Olaa and Mc
lhydo mpy be expected during the
next six months.
Hut tlio old stand-bys. uro. by, no
moans neglected. Otio hundred bharc3
or Kwa told on the board nt S3.C,2i
' which cstnlilltJica a new record for
that stock. Paauliau also tot a now
limit by selling In fair sized blocks at
2D, Hutchinson told nt 17.75 and ap
paithtly itlveu proiubo of advancing
at Icisi. n; dollar a kharo above tho
' rato that has vulcd w htcadlly through
out tho fC.t"Oil,
Most everybody feels that the reg
ular slocks nre higher hut. they can't
flguro It out how under Iho pros' nre
or an advancing price for mmar thoy
can go nny lower, Tho tetulcncy Is
all thu othor way.
AT THE HOTELS.
Following nio Iho names of tho now
nn)vals lit the local hotels: J. I'.
Curts of Kulliia, Mrs, M, I'. Clarke and
MIsb U C, Ilouldln of Washington, I).
C; I)r, and Mrs, Henry Hayes of Hllo,
P. U. Zelt of Wahlawn aro roglstered
at thn Hoyal Hawaiian, Mr. and Mrs
.1, K. Keiof C.ilgary. Canada, aru at
uie 1 uniit;. . 7
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Ficar will have a candldato of his own
for tho CircuH liench and will so state
siliiV ho reaches tho consideration nf
tlio approaching circuit Court vac-1
nncy, which fie states Is not Ipilte yet.
lit nny event, the Governor will have
to linw that his opiHislttou to Judge .
Hohlnson Is based uxin good and tang-
iijju KioNiiiis, uiu witMiiiigiDii niuiiuri
ties having apparently concluded that
his endorsement" of llnbblns II. Ander
son Is not Eiiiliclcnt to oiit,wlgh tho
claim that Circuit Judge Oe Holt has
earned In promotion to tho Buplemo
Court of the Territory by roason-of his
ablo tcrvlco as n circuit Judgo.
Tlioso IntcrcriLM In thu roaull of the
ramifications or the judgeship cam-)
palpi-nnd that means the whole liar
and tho greater portion of the com-
muiilty are beginning to attach soma
significance to tho presence In Wnuh
lnglr.il or Askocliitu Justlco I'erry o
tho Territorial Supremo Court. CTilef
Justlco Unrtv.cll has expresscil an
opinion favorablo to Anderson and it
Is not unlikely that Terry will find
limn to echo, this Bcntlment while In
the National capital.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13. Sug
ar: 00 degrees test, 4.17c. Previous
fleets: 88 analysis, 13c. 1 l-2d, occupied' a number of months, in
Parity, 4.79c. Previous quotation, which ho has covered quite an ex
13s. 3d. pause of territory.
SAN FRANCISCO. Janr 14. I Mr. Judd was one or the speakers
Beets: 83 analysis, 13s. Parity, at tho summer sesslou of the Mo
4.7Cc. Previous quotation,' 13s. 3d. honk Conference. One of the inci
Croat remnant sale nt Whitney ii
Marsh's next Monday.
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A peaumut nome witn over three
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acres of ground, fruit trees, lawns,
etc., situated in
UPPER NUUANU VALLEY
r:i.i t a M
crty situated on
JUDD AND LILIHA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
liaWdliall 1 1 UM
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUA
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan. 14
Fresident Taft's message to Congress
on conservation was read today with
the utmost interest on account of
its direct bearing on the bitter con
troversy culminating- in the removal
of Forester Oifford Pinchot from of
fice, and the approaching investiga
tion of Secretary Ballingcr.
The President endorses the recom
mendations cf Secretary Balllncer on
, the conservation of the public do-i
main and natural resources.
i He recommends the enactment of'
laws that will carry out th; valila-j
tion of the withdraA-als of land al-'
ready made and confirming the au
thority of the Secretary to make
j The issuance of thirty millions of
dollars in bonds is recommended to
complete the irrigation projects of
lti umieritcod-that the President
in nil preparation or his message did
net consult Pinchot, and so far as
titho ? ?,,nnflr9 l,Vn K .
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LOS ANGELES. (M.. Jan. 14.
paulhan today made a successful
flight in his aero-lane from this citv
to San Pedro and return,
rtoy Knabenshue. in a dirigible,
maje a mile over a measured courss
j 5 mjnute 10 2-5 seconds,
i ATTORNEY JUDD IS -
BACK FROM COAST
Told Mohonk People That
Hawaii Wants To Be
Attorney A. P. Judd was. one nt
tho knmaaliias returning by the Ko
ica from a vacation tour that has
dents oT that meeting was enthusi
astic npplattfco from tho audience
when Mr. Judd told those ussembled
that In dealing with the liquor traf
fic Hawaii preferred to act ror Itself
rather than be put under guardian
rhlp by'Congross, ns Is propose by
.Mri'Cr'Ifttf and tho local people who
tito backing Mr, Woolley In Wash-
-instori.'' Mr. Judd took the position
'that tho development of good cltl-
ZViililii called for seir-rellance anil
VHIIII UMICtl lUI BUiriOllllV.O USUI !,,. tl.'it It .
BoirgVrvcniment Instead of Intcrer-1 " m,p,t ' Jj !
ence yr0I11 congress in the domestic" ff"'0 ."'
JBKnlr. or tho Territory. Without j J '
Imcntlonlngntiy names, Mr .Judd
suggested that Hawaii wanted to bo
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ilct..a,one - .
Ho was, of course, deeply Ihter-
osted In tho development of the Hal-1.. ' ' y
llnger-I'lnchot controversy, and f ntsun '
makes the romment that tbero Is
widespread unrest through tho coun-j Nearly hulf or tho exports of the
try oil tilings political. It Is not con- United States go In llrttlsh terrl
Jlned to tho West by nny means. Ho tory, and about Iho sanin proportion
speaks of Mr. (haves as a man
tplendldly equipped to take tho place
ot ,,lncho1' M ,n the niBrits of tno
contiovcrsy, ho docs not express him-
I Bulletin Business Office Phoae 256.
. Bulletin .Editorial Boom Phonr;i81
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Charles R. 'Hemenway is to re
sign as Attorney-Oeneral of the Ter
ritorv and accent a nartnershln with
W. 0. Smith, taking the place of j
Abraham Lewis Jr., who has aban-1
doned the practise of the law to be-
come assistant, manager and vice-
president of the Bank of Hawaii.
Hemenwav has informed Govern-
or Frear of his intention to resign,
ind he will leave the Territorial Gov-
v, L .
eminent as soon as Governor Frear
can decide upon his successor as At-
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iiwicyucuiitii ui 111c icrniujri
Kemenway informed the Governor
of his intention to resign last Wed
nesday, and take advantsge of the
oner thai was male to him by w, u.
His chief depaty ,at the present
tires is LorririAndrews, and the sec
ond deputy, E. W. Sutton. Andrews
was Attorney-General several years
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tt I'reKldent Dearborn or tho tt
tt American-Hawaiian Steamship tt
tt company is to visit Honolulu In tt
tt March or Apt II, tt
tt Tho sugar carrying contract of tt
tt tho Hawaiian Planters' Assocla- tt
tt lion with tho American-Hawaiian tt
tt Steamship Company expires In tt
tt December of this year. ti
tt It Is believed that Mr. Dear- ti
tt born'B visit has to do wlh the tt
tt rincwal of the contract tor ship- tt
tt plug tho siigur or tho Islands to tt
tt market, especially that portion it
tt that goes to Now Vork over tho tt
tt 'Ichuantepec route. Borne also ti
III ho Hisslblo unil- it
contract to mako ti
litcli tho American- tt
It, I Iniv.ll.t,, 11,1,1 li'lll itl nw.r.i run. t
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. mniiiiB 01 1110 isianus man 0110 h
it sleanishli, with accommodations tt
ti ror foity passengers.
nf Imports comes from Kngland and
Husband, wlO.aud five ehlldron In
the family of Italians, heJlileH two
boarders, were binned to death whou
Mhelr dwelling at Illllsvlllo, I'n., was
,Iestrocl1' ! rt. ' , u-
:4fci., jk. JtV'XAjsaA..;. .'.i,Al.
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C. H. 1IEMENWAY.
RY 14, 1910. 10 PAGES.
B r i n g
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 14
President Taft has been successful
m reaenmg an agreement with the
Insurgents, whereby they are invited
(to join with an investigation com-
'ttee which will sift the now exist-
ine differences in the ranks.
The Insunrenta are aisnreil nf Im
partial membership and full partici
1 pation powers in all future caucuses
and party measures.
NEW YORK, Jan. 14. Sugar
fraud indictments were returned by
the Federal Grand Jury today indi
cating that the prosecuting officers
are gradually reaching toward tire
men at the head of the Sngar Trust.
The indictments included Charles
Heike, l secretary of the American
Sugar Refining Company, and four
minor employes of the company.
(Special to the lllillot In.)
MADRID, Spain, Jan. 14. Prince
Pignatelli and eighty army officers
have been arrested for conspiracy
against the throne.
Rapid Increase of Pest Threatens
Health of the Community and
Prompt .Action Is Probable,
tt President Mott-Smtth of
tt Dourd of Health received a let- tt
tt ter this afternoon from the tt
tt Shippers' Wharf Committee in- tt
tt forming him that thn committee ttlnlso be taken to the Coast nt tlio
tt had arranged to supply Jilm with tt-expenso or their censulnr reprcscn-
tt 11000 per month to carry on tho ti
t. mosquito campaign.
' That the campaign against the
mosquito must be curried .through Is
the deslro ot the pcoplo of Honolulu.
The Shippers' Wharf Commltleo
have nccoidliigly tuken tho 'Initiative
and 11 ro fnvorable to ninklng an np-
proprlatlon for the stamping out of
the peBts which have becomo umro
tliuu a n u (sanca und aro now a men- which will be offered the board. Thoy
ace to the community. w state the condition of tho weath-
Tho matter has been placed In tho tr nt tiio time tho Alexander lllnclt
hands of n specially-appointed sub- 'neared the treacheiima Maul reefs,
committee. This sub-committee will Captain Miller has relumed from
wait upon the Hoard of Health ut his rather unprofitable salvage ox
their earliest convenience with a pedltlou, Whllo a largo portion of
view to di awing up plans for taking everything movable was taken from
tictlve measures to Btump out mos- the dlstnhsed ship, It Is claimed that
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for Rent" cards on ! at
tha uullstlh oiftca, . -', .
PRICE 5 CENT!. M
IN POLICE COURT
At tlie Police Court this morning thirteen n'.itoniolillo owners n
reared In answer to charges of exceeding the nixed limit within tho
city. Ten of them, whoso names are ns rollows, pleaded guilty: (1.
15. Schacfer, Oeorge llrown, A. V. Senliiir), C. 51. Helm, M. C. King.
J. A. Miller. 1. IV derrick. (I. W. S. I'eavoy. MIc Meilulnm and Harry
Ilels. The llrst named, 0. Ii. Schaefer, was fined K,f' nn.l costs,
it was his second offense. Judge
he ever appear In court again on
be taken nway.
1110 remaining nine ocieminntH
There was no attempt at any deleave and Ihej all MWiued to real- tt(
Ize that they had made n mistake In breaking the law. tt
Kroil U. Wnjdnm. K, II. l'arjs and II. I', Wlchman reserved tt
their plea till Tuesday next, and thrlr (risen will he he.ird then, ii
C. II. llrown, who was also on tli list, was sent over till Tuesday ii
as ho was busy at l.olihitu, ami could only nt great Inconvenience it
attend court today. tt
There was. a big crowd In court, mid tho gioiitcjt Interest was it
takett In the proceedings, although no evidence was gtven In the tt
cases ns the defendants lined all t leaded guilty, it
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Two Missing Husbands
Wive Declare They Are Dwscncd
And l-eft To Cur: Ror Them
selves and Ghiloreri
High Sluvllt Henry liar, been unable cr to Alaska. The rllnnito or the Lit-
to locate two husbands tlut haw been
named In dlvorco compltlnia brought1
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by their wives, who aro new residents
of Honolulu. Tho High tlierlff and
his deputies have done (bell best to
locale the missing Hpuimes but have
been compelled to mnko return to the
effect that the "llbelleoV cannot bo
foiml In IIiq Territory of Hawaii.
01,0 or thd missing husiijiids, Wnl-
ter K. S. Coakley Is now supposed to
bo u resident of (loldfleld. Nevada, an 1
In the courso of her ro.iiilalnt Mrs.
Coakley stutos that he bus been dc
serted and lelt to cure ,'cr herseir a:y
children, without, any cmifo or tirovo-
cation that the law recognizes. Mrs.
Coakley stales that sho left tho Terrl-
tory severnl years ago mil arcompa.
nled her husband to Oohiriohl and Int-
GRIFFITHS TO TELL
" STORY OF WRECK
A special board appointed to In
quire Into the stranding and subse-
queiit Wrecking of the Hrltli.li burk
Alexander Hlack, on the rcofs near
I'ala, Maul, will conveno ut San
rPrunclsco very soon utter the ar
rival or Captain Orimths.
The master of the Ill-fated bark,
and his officers, Including John H.
Jenkins, It, Stover and S. Port est.
will tnko passago for San l'runclsci)
by the I'aclflo Mull liner .China.
' Klght sailors belonging 4o the
crew of the now wrecked vessel will
en ruio inui sucn uonrus or inquiry
he convened at tho consulate near-
est the scene or 'the marine disaster,
In the present Instance the lack, ot
Hrltlsh 0 (fivers nt tho port of llono-
lulu Is one reason for transferrins
Iho hearing to Bun Prnnclsco.
Captain Urimtlu, as well as his
ofllcers, have prepared Btutements
tho m,fl will not bring Biifllclent
In the qket or nt auction to cover
the expense ot tho trip.
HT i ULLKTIN AM PAY
costs, us :t mm
it should tt ' 3fj
iso would tt ,,Vt
ml costs.-, ii a
Andrade warned him Hint
n similar chargo, his llcen
were lined i.: eacli a
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lvr l'h'co was 1.0 rlgoriMis that Mrs.
Uley w romiwllwl to seek n
warmed clime. In Iho Interest of her
1)w ,.,, ,, ,(, )u,allh )f cil
,!.,, she came back to Hawaii nn.l
bIiico tosii-nlng her residence heru has
round Hint her hiKbinil did not e-ir.)
what the rates had In store for bur mid
has accordingly filed thu suit .for ill
The second missing husband is John
do Ilrgo who li sued by his wlfo IVan-
elbco, on 11 grouinl similar to that men-
ti 1 m the c.unpljlnt hroiiglu hj
Mrs. Coakloy. They wow nnrrled 1 4
1S9I ami thy wltu Males rho was iIj-
sertod and not provided with tho foe.
essarles or lire for n period or sovei it
years. Do Hcao Is also missing mid
tho cummoiiB In bath suits will hayu
to ho, served by publication. '
HAHULU1 SWEPT BY
GALES AND SEAS
temptMielnt; miulu to laud tho half
ttt9 MM linduiini'iira Tim ciiuuut !
i.ri.ceeded tn I.ahnlnii wlir., thn
Kahulul harbor Is being swept !)
htrong r.orthenslerly gales and seas,'
with thu result that the Mat so 11 Nav
igation liner I.urllue has thus far
been unablu to discharge cargo or
land piiseeugorH nt the exposed Maul
Tho I.urllna sailed for Kahulul
last evening. Sho has on board
como six 1 hundred tons of general
linreliniwll .,,,,1 m.,,,,11,... ,i,t..i. ,..r-
JinuiiKht down from San Prnnclsco. tjf
-rim wi n-ruo.i ,. i.-i.i'.,i -
Tho vessel arrived nt Kahulul
enrlv this morning, but tho woatlier
conditions did not warrant an at-
(Continucd, on Tage 4)
REID IS LATE.
wrtn vfttiv t-.. 14 iv ' i .
Wm,i SiVj 111 1 "fl 15 T .
I ,, , ,,W; ile.a WUJ. be ntble '?
J..;'.1 r '1 ,VVn Jis Ju"
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stewer on wWrh he is crossine tho
Atlantic Ijis been delayed by storm.
IS A GOOD THING, NOT A FAD
- Hotel,' Near.Unton.
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