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lllkiiilmi Jan. 19
For Ran Francisco:.
I.urllno Ian. 19
Mciin.i l'oli. fi
M.ikuia Feb. 1
ESTABLISHED 1802. NO. 4321
Follow Frear Out
Governor Thinks Situation Calls
For Resignation Rumors
lloveinor Fic-ir still dcrllnos In nf
firm or ili'iij tin- trulli nf tlio icisirt
thai lie Intends In leslgn, lint Unit lio
m 111 plain IiIh loslKinllon In tin;
Ii.iiiiIh of Pictddclit Tuft within (In;
.ctni'so of tho ni'M iniinlli cir two Ix lie
(opted :ih a prncllcil eeitilnly urrit
inn.- being ricillieil iih a lltnllty .by
I ho he ids of tlio depu (incuts In Iho
"I still liavu nothing In my on tlui
Fllllll'Ct," WIIH tlio v.-.iy tlio (!noriiiir
pill ll this moinlii;; when lie wax ugilll
asked to throw sumo light ru his I n
tendons In regard In continuing In or
Ic-hlmiliiK frnni IiIh place as chief ox
ccuttvu of tlio Tenllmy.
Kcciotniy Motl-Smlth was present
when tlm (lovoinm- was n-dtcd fur fur
ther light on tlio icslgiiitlnu minor
lyitl tlio Secretary of Iho Tciillury ob
Bcrveil that It iiliUmt leetn jiii l)U ioil-l
AUTO MAN FIGHTS
C. H. Brow;n Claims An Alibi, And
Brings Witnesses To
Another of II10 nnses iiR.ilnst thO
1111I11 fpeed in lists was heard befoio
.IiiiIku Andiudu this muruliiK. C. II
lirnwn, whu wan ilofenilcil by Attor
ney Dniithltt, put up 11 Mticuuous
IIrIiI, and tho case wiui n very auiiis
ItiK one. A. M. llidwu piosecuteil
mid uilUd for his (Ix Kt witness In
bpeelor Scully, who testified thnt ho
hud been An1'1 "'"" driven hy llniwn,
iiiis 111 111 iih ho stood on watch near
tho V. Wilshl c.ihIiiro works,
fiull) hwoic that lliown passed htm
nt 9 o'cloih In Iho mnruluR, unil that
tho machine made tho niiMsuieil uls
tamo of :i:tu feel In eleven seconds,
1'ollic O Ulcer Tilpp iiealn puived
to ho a very poor witness, and he
hail inntlnually to lofcr to a slip
of paper to rofict.li his memory. Kvon
then ho roL mixed up and testlllcd
at llrst that lliown's cur was ruIiik
towaid WnlMkl, when, as 11 matter
of fact, Scully had Hinted that tho
auto was traveling In tho dlicctlon
of Uwn. Tilpp lthcil tlo teijus
"Knst" nnd ''cst'T liihlenil of tho
usual lei ins, and ho evidently did
not lnow what he meant to say.
In answer to UmUlillt, Tripp hwoio
that ho Know It was Drown In tho
car liecauso ho had soon his fait).
Douthltl suggested thut Tilpp inlglil
have been looMiiKlit lliown, Scully
nnd tils watch at the sauio moment.
Tilpp did not see II thut way; in
fact, ho did not appear to Wo any
Kor Iho defense, Jack Doylo, train
despatrhor for the 0. It, & U. Co.,
swnro that ho rcmemheicd Hi own
lielinr at tho depot at S:GQ n'clork
on tho niurnlng nf tho alleged speed
ing, and Hint llrown did not leaVo
tho dep"t till Just hcfnio tho 9:1b
train left for Walulun.
flinwit was then put nn tho vvlt-
ness stand mid ho swmo thut hu did
not pass tho spot whoro Scully untf
Tilpp weio supposed to bo. no swore
that ho was at the raliioat! depot
nt 9 o'UorU the tlmo hu was sup
poled lo ho exceeding Iho speed limit
on King street. Ills machine was
u two-cvllndor, 8-hoisepowcr car,
nnd Its best speed might 'ho fifteen
miles an (inur. Tho oidlnary speed
attained hy tho car was about thteu
or four miles an limn, and it was 11
haul Job In get II to gn nny faster
i'P"i down hill.
Ixod Hint IiIh oIHco wiih Indlssnluably
linked with tlio latrH mill fortunes of
thu (loveriior'u oltlcc.
That Mott-Smllli will decline to lio
roii4lilctt.il iih 11 successor Id (Invent
nr Kiv.tr Is nlsu uelng wcepled "I'd
Iho Ui't of nvnllnbles In being hurtled-
ly scaiiucd'Wlth it view of deciding up
011 tho moil who can lio considered iih
fit to step Into tho executive shoes.
Tho-natuo of Henry 13. Cooper Is ho'
lug c (lmiu-oiitctl upon In muiiy iiunrtcris
mil If lio was to iiuiioniico himself 114
11 candidate for tho pluco In Iho ovo'it
of tho leslgnntlon or tho Governor It
in admitted that ho would ho accorded
11 laiKo degree of support from many
eh nients of the community.
'I hose close to-lho (lovernor Ktato
that his piLKCiit Blltuco Is Klmply duo
to n determination to cimhldiT tlm
fjontinucd on Pageji)
Douthltt wauled tn l.now If
cover of tho maeliltie was up, "It
wns up," leplled the wllne-s.
do on mean when nM say It win
up?" persisted tho nttoiiicy, "I pio
sumo he meiiut It was not down,"
interjected A. M. Ilio.vn, and th'J
1'hon 1'eter lliown, 11 hiothcr of
tho defendant, took tho stand, nnd
ho tostilled that ho had been his
hi other at tlm depot oil the mmulug
of tho alleged rpeedlng, mid that ho
was in his company from shortly lie-
fine II o'clock till tho time tho train
left nt 9:lfi.
This closed tlio case, and I'loi-o-
iiitor llipwn adiliesscd thu com t. ho
admitted that Micro might bo u
slight mix-up with regard tn tnc
time that tho unto passed Scully,
and thaMt might hnvo been earlier
than 9 o'clock. However, any tlmo
during tho day was (ovotod in tho
rhmgo, nnd ho considered thntScul
l's evldonro of the p.iro thu 11111-
(Continued on rage 4)
REMEMBER WHEN SELECTING
YOUR EXECUTOR THAT OUR
, BOARD OF DIRECTORS IS CHOSEN
FROM AMONG THE ABLEST BUSl
NESS MEN OF THE COMMUNITY,
COMBINING THE EXPERIENCE OF
MANY EXECUTORS WITH THE DI
RECTNESS OF ONE. 1
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 TORT STREET
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
1C0 Tn 191
LONDON, Jan. 10. Election re
turns from constituencies of Great
Britain continue to roll up the ma
jority for the Liberal Government
forces enlisted in suunort of Premier
Arquith and the Lloyd-George bud-
The latest reports yesterday cave
the Ministerialists one hundred and
sixty members of the Hous: of Com
mons, and the Opposition one hun
drsd and twenty-one. The Minister
ialists now have a lead of thirtv
! i. - ..;..i .!.. .:.
"t "" fAKJ:"x
represented in yesterday's returns,
tbrnnn,i Hon t A.n. t, w .hr"
According to present indications,
,-1,,,. ...til .,i JTii ,- -,0.
returns will merely roll up the ma'
jonty for the budget.
The status of the Parliament re
cently dissolved is given in the fol
lowing from Whittaker'i Almanac:
The second Parliament of King
Edward VII. was elected' in January
and February, 1006, and was open
ed by the King on February 10 of
that year. The cencral election had
returned 512 Ministerialists (374
Liberals, 54 Labor members, 84 Na
tionalists) hnd 158 Opposition (131
Conservatives and 27 Unionists), dis
tributed as shown in- the following
(Special to tho II 11 1 1 0 t I n.) '
LOS ANGELES,' Cal., Jan. 10.
Paulhan made an ascent today, cov
ering a distance of twenty-two miles.
11s iook nis wiie witn mm.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10.
It is expected that the Senate will
pffcr a substitute for the Statehood
hill passed by the House. This will
delay action till much later in the
"WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10.
Anren Ward was nrmninterl n rear.
'admiral today. '
I CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. id.
The famous Chcragan palace was
partly destroyed by nre today.
I MONTEVIDEO. Urucuay. Jan. 10.
'A lebellion luu-broken out in 'the.
JW n'" I-ETIN 09 PAY
The Bulletin prims all
New Building , Should
MAJORITY ARE IN FAVOR '
OF THE SORE PROPERTY
Few Consider Thomas Square an;Ccck ever reach.d M far north as
Ideal Locality For a Public Li-,he claimed when landing at Copen-
uintj, n ik la iw xur xiuia
111c icuicr 01 iuc buy,
' nine" nncri-u in iii'lliK uiheu
i.r ip r H. ii -. eK-..i
So much Interest s IioIiik taken
to the chonlng of 11 suitable location
" 1,ew Croeglr Public Library
" .ep.esen.at.ve of the II ,, I-
let I 11 has iiskcd pioi.ilnent I.iihI
nebs nuil professlumi men of this
city tn give their opinions as to what
they (olisldcr the best site for this
building. The names of the persons
Intel viewed have been nrinnged nl
phubetlciilly. 1'ioni the cnnseiiKus of opinion It
will bo seen that eight urc in favor
of tho limn pmperly, while two favor
the lllshnp Park site. Thomas
Hnuari' has onh.ole udheicnt, oh It
Is, too far off lo ! t u)tltaliua
for the generul iulilh7. The old
llungalow silo in the CapHol grounds
Is favored by four of tlio leading
citizens of Honolulu, while nearly nil
ute strongly opposed to the Capitol
grounds being furtherrut up Into
building lots. Only one Honolulu!!
was In favor of tho I'nclllc tenuis
courts site, mid tour In favor of the
present V. M. C. A. site. Illshiip
l'ark Is In thet majority fnr-secnnd
rolluwlng Is n list of the citizens
who have given their opinions mid
rciiMins us to the fnost suitable loca
tion tin- the now puuiic nniar)
AI.BXANDIMl, V. I).. I'ltOR I
conililcr tho (loiu slto tlio besk lo
cation for the new public library
If erected on this location it will be
icntrnl nnd easily reached by thu
masses. I mil stiougty opposed lo
the Old llungalow site.
IinitNDT, i:MII. A. Thomas
Squiro should hu tho slto rlitwen for
tho now C.'iincslo Library. It will not
bo down town nnd will therefore be
In a quiet locution The students and
faculty of tho v in Ions schools and col
leges of Honolulu would huvu eas
acciss In It as there uro cur lines on
cither tide ut Iho square. It will not
Interfere wllh tho aichltectiiro of tho
city Tho new library must on no ac
count bo built In thu Capitol grounds.
The Uoru situ is not suitable.
COOI'KIl, W. .1. Tho old bungalow
site In thu Capitol, grounds should be
set iisldo for thu new library. Failure
tn get this then thu librae' should be
erected on tho Onro lot near thu Op
era House. Mr. Cooper Is acting seo
rotary of thu Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee. 1)II,1.IN0IIAM, ,11. F. Tho quietest
place for tho now 'public, library is In
thu veiy center of Illshop Park. This
Is the only suitable sst that I can
think of. Thnmiis Square would bo an
excellent locution axil If Iho library
could hu built In tho very center of
tho square, would form 11 Httlug monu
ment tn the memory nf Die late Ad
KCKAHDT, C. F. Tho floro prop
city Is the hei location for tho new
public library, as It Is only a few
minutes' walk from the center of
Continued on Page 4.
ATTORNEY BRECKONS TO COAST.
United States District Attorney
llrcckous expects to leave for the
Kust shortly to consult with a spe
cial 1st on ces,
An explosion many years ago de
prived Mr. Ilrecknns of one cje, und
fiom sjmploms now felt lie thinks
IthutHho strain on tho remaining op
tic iiuivh has been to severe that It
tnllelin Businev Office Phone 2r
lullrtln Eilitnriitl Room Phnne 183
the bargain news any woman needs to read
JANUARY 10, lblO, 10 PAGES.
DR. C00KINtoe Ashford
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 10. Explor
er Cook received another adverse ver
dict fiom the scientists of the Uni
versity of Copenhagen today. These
experts have been examining the
original notes made by Dr. Cook on
his alleged voyage to the North Pole.
lTtia fall ti ditrlnci mnt nfftnf iliof
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
C0L0ONE. Belgium. Jan. 10.-
Professor Zenpelin will construct a'
dirigible airship capable of carrying
30U passengers and Intends lo ettab-,,
lish a passenger service between
Hamburg and London.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 19.
The House tcday began an inquiry
into the charges made by Congress.
iran Hitchcock that Secretary Bal
linger had made an improper ute of
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 10.
It is understood that the House Com
mittee' on Naval Affairs, in its ac
tion on the reorganization of the
administration of the Navy Depart
ment, will recommend the abolish'
ment of the bureau of equipment.
This is the bureau of which Rear
Admiral Cowles is now the head.
WASHINGTON. D. C . Jan. 10
resolution passed by Congress pro
viding for the investigation of the
charges made against Secretary Bal
linger. Nothing more remains but
the organization of the committee be
fore the investigation- proceeds.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.
06 degrees test, 4c.
Beets: 88 analysis, 12s. 10 l-2d.
Paritv 4.73c. Previous quotation,
Chief McDuflio Is working on tho
several nibberj cases that have been
reported lately, and two men, Cot-
Irell and Umuster, mo ut present
lielll tor lllVeSllgllllOll.
Thoie will hn 11 meeting of
Hawaii Promotion Cnmmltteu at 'i;M
o'clock tomoriow, when general 1 on
line woik will be taken up.
cardj on salt at
he llullrtln ollicw.
As Circuit Judge!
John F. Colburn Declares He!
WiirBe Successor To
C. V. Ashrnrd fin Clictilt -linlgo is
thu latest slate that has bxu iiropiro I
nail this time. Iheie seems lo bo snnie-
thing uiori' (aiigiblo In ll thin h.i
accoinp.inled other Judgei-bli runi'irs
.lolin F, Colbuin Is t-ri'illttil with tho
stalt 111cm thut Ashford will hu De
Holt's biitcescor nn tho Sitiicnio
llench nnd thut Delegite Kuhln villi
work In IiIh liflnlf at Warhlmitou.
Tho aiinnunccment lli.il Ashforl will
tie :i cnndlilat'' lor tlio pi ico 011 ine
Circuit Ilencli will roue as soi-iulnlng
of a surprise lo the other candidates
In the Held nnd they will have tn fiv
niu on AHhfntd'rocrlvliig strinu suit-
Hrt for the place.
Aihford's political umilatlomi aru
Democratlf nnd his slipporlers go
hack tn the lime or President Mr'ln;
Icy, wlm estnLdlshed iho proctrnt of
having n-ie repreneniiilhc nt th 1 nilti-
1 "u a mi 1 iiiuv n ;
111 Ll IV 1 1 -IJ 1
SCENE OF MURDER
Federal Inquisitors Make Trip
Watertown, And Consider
The I'ldnnil Oiaiid Juiy this morn-
lug went tn Wulestowii to view the
scene of the murder of Watchman Mu
hu, Hu- lliivv.iliiu who was ussasslnil
ed in the ilnrknci some time Sunday
night or during the ciuly hours of thn
The Federal Inqiilsltuis left thu
Judiciary building comfortably seated
In 11 slx-hnrso lnll-ho and weio uc -
companled by seveial olllclals famll-
Inr Kith Iho m)stcrlous rlrriimslniiccs
'surioiindltig Hie perpetration nf tho
coldblooded crime. A c.irelul insiiec -
tlou wus madti or Iho scene of tho
crime xml ull Iho evidence that his
bom galhered hy tho I'nllcd Stii'eil
Muirhal's olllto, Sheriff Jnriett mid
NATIVE SONS WILL -
SHOW OLD CUSTOMS
Eli Crawford's Club Plans
To Do Stunts For
Presldout Kllas Craw ford n( tho Ku-
mthamebn Aquntlo'Club dtreal Ha-
wiilluu iiutlvo caniMdsth, Is anxious to
liuvo his organization lake pail In
tho entertainment of thu Clark cruis
ers on 'thi! Uatilgger grounds next
Ciawfoid hits thu leal old Hawaiian
outfit for nouiulliiir nol and wants his
hunky boys tn shuw thu nullhlnls Imw
ti, ihlut; is done from sturt tn llulsh:
hr Lores to have suveial sacks of i
baked on? pnious rcifks. Hawaiian
Mj,Ci b((l, ,, 1,lllll,0,( ,,cforo
,,, wm,cr. e,, f u, ciark mils-
. , ,,1i.1i Hint the 11a.
,ho f ,.,,, w, ,1ng (lr
I r.m. ,lnu,. Hmi.l.u- I., h.U 111., pml.
ors out" to see Iho stunts In the surf,
Craw lord pininives that his ramies
will obey Iho rules nf the Outrigger
Club us to limits nnd us tho Outrlgvci
cnuoes will ull be entered fur thu
Chirk cups, dr.ulllcMt thn visitors will
be only loo ghul of nny nppnttiinlt) In
get nearor the ios on" tho ImmiiIs nnd
watch their tlunts nt iluiu range.
,No false news, or false proplicdes,
'politically, commercially or socially,
makes the Bulletin the depend
able paper of the heme. The nancr
that has the confidence of its read
is the inper that pays its adver-
PRICE 5 CENTI
orlty pirty In 11 Judicial nnlrp Thn
meeting of Ihc liar Association niny,
be held In fine the return tit W.'A.
Kluroy. Saturday, unit Iho iisplratlurin
ol Audiade. William T IItvIIiio iiikI
Carlot Long and several shsgeiteil
tlarV horns 11:0 l-erelvlng careful
grmuilug during the liito.'val,
In roiinettlim with tlm npprn'ichlu?
re. Ii'inllon of Clilcf JiihIIci- llartwcll,
Iheie Is cmn-id-rablo loril speciilii-J A
lion over 0110 01 iue paniKiapuK 01 iuo
rtaicmcni 111 nio ny tinvernnr rrc.ir.
iluilrg his l'.i visit tn Washliigtnn In
nipiort of the.nmendmeiils to the (Jrj
guide Act. Thu paragraph loads ns
"This 5 eai "tin of III" Judges of Iho
SupiHUio Coutt and tutu of tlm Judgiw,
of tho Clicult Cum I havij resigned for,
hit other icnsou than lint they could
(Continued nl Tncc 2,)
1 11 Ll I :t
Chief of Detectives MrDttnle is t- a
pli'lm-d to the federal firand .luroes
nt length, A
Amleiion Crac thu uern who Is,
nipcclcd ( f krdw nn sotnelhtng or tho J
eiliuo is still In t islndy and th4
quontlon nt his lndlctni"iit hlngw
hugely iiim.ii Ihu conclusions lli.it tl.i
Urai.d -lurnrs lunch fiom their nip t
j Wnleilowii tod ly,
ll.o siisH'cteil nnu r.t 1 11 ndherea
his ttutement thai hu knows nnthlurw
nf the crime but n number of his r.mVj
j weis to qiieetioiis put ;o lilm oy 11
officers J u been linind In coulllcl
a suspicious degu-u and ho has aljoj
tonlrudlettd his Unit assertion iismf
his xctloits on Ihu night or tho crhmv
DEATH CAME AS
FRIENDS STOOD BY
Sad Passing Away At
Surrounded by fnlthfiit friends
Its hilef cmeci. though miwerlecB
I further pniloug or bnvo life, thu oftl
lesiittlcMKMl telephone agreement!
quietly p.iHHed u.v .1) to tlrcnluless jimlj
luocuous deHuiieliido In upartinents'-r
tho coriv.'f ol King and Tort struct lrii
Despitu oveiy atlempt upon thu p
of Messis. I,u.-an ami Qulnn to fun 1
spark of life, thu meusuro gave a final
gusp und mis none too reverently
out iiisin tho tublo. fA
ll.ci at lion ol the lloaul of Supervis
ors at last night's niceties' will
ihnibtedly terniinalo nil further t
tuns between thu Mutual Telephone!
Company and thu City mid Count:
fly n vote of four lo Ihreo thi
amended agreement ns picseulcd
Supo visor Uigan was given ono hi
rup which forever puts It out of co
mlslon. Tho agreement whs kl
through tho negative ote of Ahla,.Ay
lett, Kane mid McClellan. Tlm
(Continued on Page 4)'
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