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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4523.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 191 10 PAGES.
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PRICE S CENTI.
WASHINGTON, D. C, -Jan. 21.
The Administration has directed the
Attorney General's Department to
prosecute the Meat-Trust under the
nnti-truit law for the advance in the
price of meat.
WILL EAT NO MEAT.
CHICAGO, Jan. 21. A movement
mitotic; the ncoplc against the Meat
Trust to punish it for advancing th:
price of meat to th consumer has
been started here, with every prom
ise of being most effective.
It is proposed to force down the
"tirc-of tin trust iiroiuct by abstain
ing from the use of meat for a period
oi thirty days. Thousands of people
have signed the pledge, and the
movement is on in almost every
State of the Union.
Sails Feb. 10
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21. The
Matscn Navigation Company's new
Mcamsmn Wilhelmina has arrived
here from Ncwnort News. The
steamer will be put in condition for
the Honolulu run and is scheduled
to sail on her first trip February 10,
"What do j mi think or my latest
novel?" "Von should have made It
jour earliest Instead of juur Intent '
xiild tin linil.i! filcnd. "An a (hut of
fori theio inl;;!it huvu li;on ximiu'cx
in u foi It." Kxch ins".
fiovcrnnr Kiour Hgiiln declined tliltt
morning to cjisl any light upon Iho io
port Dint lit) intends Hi icslgn. The
atmosphere nboul Ilia C.ipilol seems
ti I14V11 dcaicd mill bus given placo In
n general feeling Unit perhaps the
(lovcruor wll". inntlniio In Uiu execu
tive chair, j
II' (.luted IIiIh inornltm; tli.it lliero
was nothing Hint I111 cniiM say In cmi
iri Hon wllli II10 rnnini'u mid, accord
ingly, hu didn't nny It.
FOR THE MAYOR
Chief Executive Hears
Mnjnr Joseph .1. Korn'H mall Iiiih
been burdened of lato with uingint-
iil.ilury messages or an exceedingly
filcmlly niitnrn, tlio missives coming
fj t mi tlui hovoiiiI members ot tlio
United SJutos cnngiossloniil pally
wlin spent sovprnl weeks In looking
Into inattcig thioughoiit Iho Huvvul
Prior In tlio closo of tlio )cnr, IiIh
' Honor Bout n In mo nuinlior of gieot-
lugs to tlio Senutnis and Congress
iiiuii who comiirlst-il the paity tliut
Ultci Honolulu lust September.
Thoy wcro brut mi their way anil
In iluo tlino lcnchcil tholr destlna
tlon. Tlio responses ami nikiiowledg
innnts have, been coming In with tho
receipt of cvoiy mail.
Tlio llllonlan brought pleasing ac
kiiovvlodginnuta from Hopiosentatlvo
A. 1 Dau'win, and also n fi'llcltmiu
letter fioni W. A. Heeilei of KiinMis,
who Ih now ihnlrmiin of the riumiill
i'o on IrilRiitlnn anil Arid l.nmlH.
A khMkMMnim 'flMSM ,u,JAiUttgJi
Washington, Jan. 21,
To Governor, Honolulu
Organic-Act bill reported by the
Senate committee without
Governor Frcar received this cablegram this morning from the Del- '
gate, and it indicates that the bill for the amendment of the Organic Act i
v-'ll have an easv way throrh Congress. This is the bill that carries !
hc amendment of the land uws. also the increased salaries for the Gov- I
enior. the Judges and other officers
cresiticni J. lie Bin naa ei-topc reported to tnc Mouse.
KING ST. PROPERTY
Frontage Adjoining the
. , l.s Taken
A le.isu IrolvlnK ilowntimn prop
oily htiB hecn placed mi IKc In tho lln
10111 of CVnxejiinccB froni Ihu l.einpu
irntnto l Johii II. Super. Tno iirot
crty ctnercil by thu le.isu U Uutwecn
tlio Alex.imet Vinini; llJilil Iniildlns
innl Ihu Kuplc liuit Ubtnic ImlldlnsH
with n froutcca ol lit tt'ui on Kins
The lease Is irr :i perlji, of lwenl
Iho jenra nt thu inft of ?3')t per
inonth. Holier ih Klven the rislit mill
cr tl-o tcrni8iif tho lenn to reinovo
Ihu frnnio IiiiIHIuxh mm iiivin Ih'.'
piopLrty mill devt In their pli'.co a
stiiicluro or htiiictureH nut to ho Icnh
thii'i $2000 In viiiiin It Ic rmtlii'i tl
iiluttil Hint tlio hiillilmsi1 Uon the
pmrcrty lira t'i hi kepi Inftinoil nl nil
tlmcH juiil llmt the e-inslnictluM nf
now hnlhlliiRK imiht ho iindcilnkvit M
least one jenr iioni thu ihiio ol tlio io
movul of Iho old Mrticttircif.
IT IS IlKI'OHTnO.iironnil local n iv
ul lieniliii.uteiv (lint l.lcntK. Iloimton
mill Hhcplny will ho detached finin
Horvlcu mi board tlio tuff IroqiiulB when
that tewi'l lx sent to tho co.ihI for re
pairs. Tho liocpiolg In expected will
mill In company with tlio United StatuH
cHnel8 (Jahenlon mid I)cncr tho lat
ter p.irt of noxt weok.
DB. UOBDY APPOINTED
TO HEALTH BOARD
W. C. lluhdy Ikih hecn appointed by
(Sovirnor li're.u to till Ihu place on thu
Hoard of Jlniilih vacated hy J)r. Wnj
hoii, who linn aicepleil tho position of
medical siipcrlntenilent of thu Kalllil
Dr. llohd)'j nppnlntmont Ih ncccpt
od us uddliiK n piutlciihirly viilimhlo
member lo tho Hoard and hln appoint-,
meiit by the Onveinor wim promptly
confirmed by thu Territorial Central
Committee thlx mornliiK. liu haa hud
extended HOnlco In thu Muilno Hos
pital Sen Ice mid Is fnmlllnr with tho
health mid military conditions prevail
Iiik throiiBlioiit tlio Territory.
TWO DANCES FOR
So niimy i.ppllciitlimn for 'tlrketH
luiM) been i err I tn for tlio bill lo be
Khen 1 1) Iho r.lks on tho evening of
Wadlilimton'B blithdiiy llmt It bus
. been ilcclile.l h thu dliectoiate of the
club to kIvo two bulls lit thu Yoims
ono on tlio (ivcniiis of the lloial piirmle
'as nrlRliuilly .lan;ied, nnd ono mi Ibr
nlKlit piceedliiK, IVIiiumy 2lt
ic Act Bill
of the Territory appointed by the
Party Leaders Would
" Of goard
Tlieiu ale six ineniberK of tho pres
ent lioaid of City mid County Super
Uxors marked for sluiiKiiter If the
will of thu Democratic lenders Is car
ried Into effect.
There was a meetliiK of the Demo
cratic Teriltorinl Central Committee
nt Vaeilej Hull Inst evening- There
wiis a falil) lepiesentathe K.itlierlnJi
of the fulUiftil present.
The session wus chmuclerlzed by
marked cxprerAoiiB of harmony, nc
coidlnt: to the BtittemcnlK einiiiiallni;
ft (ini thoKo who jio tlieiu.' ,
The plan Is now to soon Issuo u rati
for u Joint mcplliiK of thu Territorial
and tlio count) central committees.
There Is iniiili work before tlio mem
hoi h of tho allied organizations.
Chief of "nidi Is thu mutter of In
fusliiK moio Democratic IiIihuI Into tho
City uuil County Hoard of Supervls
It is contouded Unit thu present
complexion of the llonrd N decidedly
With tlio exception of Maor Kern,
Ihu only Democratic member of tho
Iloaul of seven members Is McClcllan.
Now It U proiKised to get together
nnd select thu best available men of
Democratic faith, to ni.iko tho run for
Supervisor of their particular district.
Those hard wood desks In the city
huli uie now held down hy tho Iteimh-
Menus Alila, A lott, Uikuii, Cox, Kane
mid itiiliiu wouid.'iu tho opinion of
Democratic leaders, ho nuirh more sat
isfactorily ndorned by representatives
from tho putty of the "gicnt tintcrrl
nod," It eon ho set down ns n pretty snfo
bet Hint ono of tlio Democratic, hIokhuh
In tho coming rnmpalgn will ba "a
straight Denioeratlc Iloaul of Super
On account of the Inclement uenthcr
tlio dancoto hino been (ilven at tho
Miiann Hotel lonlnht 1ms been post
poned. KILAUEA'B FIRES IN CltY-HALL.
A handsome and artistic jiuliitlnK of
Kllauea from tho briish of an eminent
artist, thupiopuity of Mnor Joseph
J, Torn, has been transferred fiom his
residence In the .Miijoi'h offlro In" Ihu
city hull ami thu rcillstlc picture or
the only empthe witcino nrfords u
strlklne udornmeiit for the heudquart.
ers or the city and count) "h chief ux
Tho palntliiK wus Kruj(lj ndmlied by
a iiiimlier of cullers today,
i i .
IT OULLRTIN AD5PAY
R E J E C Tpon't Believe It
WASHIHOTON. D. C. Jan. 21. '
TV. 6a Tl.rvirlm.n) t,n. ,.n.ix1
(imial nntt Inmi ll fnnin. nlll..,
of limn ak& RuirIa that thorn- n.iA
tiom nlect the nropasal niade by
Secretary Knox for the neutraliza-
tion ot the Manchurian railway.
CHARGE OE FRAUD
N. Omstcd Alleged To
SUIT IS BR0U8HT
IN THE CIRCUIT CUURT
Postmaster Named in Action That
Contains Accusations of Fraud
and Conspiiacy Under Lease to
(.'liaiKcs of fraud mid consplraeyi
ale riiutiilneii in u'blll to set aside u
(leud Unit bus been II led Ilk the Circuit
(Joint mid illierted hkuIiisI N. Omstvd
IKistinusler ut lluiii mid Kepa K.inia
iiitwnhopit, u resident of tho siniu
pbue. The ilmrKes nie contained in
Ihu suit Hist his been Instituted b)
tho Arm or Dnutliltt mid Cuko actlns
us roiim-el for Keiilohu l.lp.inl
The hill recltiim that cluires n.ilust
OniBted uiu) Kaniaiiawaliopii slates
(but on September 21. 19M7, mid for a
Ion;: tinny betoic Mrs. Mpatio nils
the owner In feo simple of an undivid
ed one-half Inleiest In it puree! of I in I
situated at Kuwalp.ipa, illstrlet of II.i
iiji. Maul, innl coiitntntm; mi uKKreK.ile
Continued on Page 4.
PARIS, Jan. 21. Disastrous floods
are reported along the line of rivers
in the country.
Evidently Unit fnrnst expert who
sas Iho chestnut Is dlsnppcurlns bus
been too busy (o road Iho rainpalmi
speeches. HiirliiKlleld iJnlnn,
REMEMBER WHEN SELECTING
YOUR EXECUTOR THAT OUR
BOARD OF DIRECTORS IS CHOSEN
FROM AMONG THE ABLEST BUSI
NESS MEN OF THE COMMUNITY,
COMBINING THE EXPERIENCE OF
MANY EXECUTORS WITH THE DI
RECTNESS OF ONE.
Hawaiian Trust Co.', Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
i Washington, Jan. 20,
To Bulletin, Honolulu
Dplpcrflfo IcnnT-s nntViincr rif.
. ' . .
X VCIJ. X t01&XlC.ll.Vxl. X1VJL Kfl.Li V CW.
inn cauiegraimrom tne Bulletin' WaihlnRton correipondent eu icsiRnauon wan w suhc-wih,
puts an end to the rumon presumed to oririnate from the Delegate re- that according to the rules of oprnk
cardinc the Oovernor't retiirnation and accentance bv Taft. er Cannon he can not he comnHlcrl
A query was sent by cable to the Washington correspondent of this to crvc on the investigation com
paper, asking if Taft had accepted the Governor's resignation and to sc- mittee. ,,.,,, ,
cure a rcpou from the Delegate. The answer speaks for itself, he crmmittes wh ch holds the
.. zZr. - j-- r: -:. . ,. , fate of the BaltiiiRer invcstiRation is
LITTLE DAMAGE MAUNA KEA MAY ilSSsrLK:
r Til I LI I II I UILL
III l.rilll. I.lllir.
u UL.Liiiu i
Board of Survey Soon
Hut Utile clani.iKe uux sustained by
Ihu British ship Celln- I hltf, whirl.
went iihhoro ort tho Kallhl iccf near
tho cntrnnro to Honolulu harbor Ihu
llrst pint of Dicemlier. ,
This fact bus Ixen determined by
Ihu specially npiKilnted board of In-
MUlry, Including Cuplnln V. II. Clark.
iiari"iumsuT ir uiu i'ii i iioiiimi-Hno
in; I., ixopse oi i ne iionoiuiu nun
Works, nnd Alexander I.le,
1'or the past few dajs the marine ex
perts hni been Koine over the vessel
ns she ll"s ut the lluekteld wharf
whi-ie the creat bulk of her rlilpmeii
of fertilizer Iiiih been i mimed
The llrlllsh esi-el is r'lld to li.ni
suffered hut the slightest dimiiKo from
her lluee du)f' contact nilli tho coral
rock mid sand. Thu ese Is not
tnukliiK water a lid It Is said Unit her
plates lire but Utile dintcl
Divers are still at worn inaklim a
minute lnsH-rtloii of the ship's botom
Their report will bo fortbeonilng b'--foro
lone. Tlio Investigation Is con
ducted In Ihu Interests of Lloyds of
lnidon in oruer lo deturinlnu tho ex
tent of the Injuries, If any, and If re
pairs ara deemed necessary, n deter
in I nu Uiujprohahlfl cost of the same.
Samuel l-lc, the expert ilher, has
been conducting tlio oxamluutlon und
Thu reiiort, when recehed nt the
local agency of l.lojds. will he for
warded lo the Loudon office.
FLEW JLNEW YORK
The flag of Hawaii flow from tho top
of the now' I'ullUer InVldlng In New
York on New Veur's Day alongside tho
national and city Mugs.
This flag was presented to tho Pu
litzer building bj tho Iluwali Promo
tion Committee, icprusenllng thu Ter
ritory of Hawaii; tho Chamber of Com
merce und tho Merchants1 Association
of Honolulu. With the flag was sent
u letter wishing tho people of tho clt
of Now York n happy and prosperous
The Hawaii Promotion Committee Is
composeil or tho following named cit
izens of this city: V. A. Ilowen, chair
man: It. II. Tient, treasuier; II. I
Wood, secretary; W. S. Cooper, acting
necietar); O. K. Hush, W. If, Hoogs,
.1. L. McLean,
William It'dd was down on iho Po
lice Court calendar this morning
cbaiged with making night hideous
mound his house. On promising to
quit making such Internal noises, Wil
liam was treated to u suspended sen
tence of thirteen month-i: "Ho u good
imy In futiue." remarked .Iiulgo An
drndn In the defendant as ho left (he
ll AT KallOTTAn
lull I UH
.. w. i ....
I Ulir llll ini.ll.l
The piopoed exclusion or side
ttl for one hundred and fifty Clark
mm 1st. lo the tuluum Is still in
the tilr iis.firtm the local Interested
.aillcs am iiiiieerucd.
The CicMdand Is now steaming
from Vokoliainu lo Honolulu, but ow.
jB to her small wlielesa Installation
tieimnn esui is, cl unalilo to
Ret Into inmmiinli'iittiiii with thu Kn-
llie proposition as fiained up
would ho to employ the Inter-Inland
sleii'iiei Malum Ken for the side trip, I
"lie island boat Is alrc.ul llxed for
i Ki-'ilal trip to Maul and Hawaii
ports, to larp- Mime two hundred
rillplno lahoieis who h,io been as-
sembled by tho Hawaiian Planters 1
Association labor bmeaii.
It was the Intention to dispatch
the Manna Ken lor the other Is
lands on Saturday afternoon or fuell
ing, hut the management is willing
to defer tho sailing of the Mauna
Ken until Sunday afternoon, pro til
ed that tho liner might be utilized
as mi aruimtnodutlon to the Clink
tourists Intending to lhlt the nat
ural wonder on tho Island of Hawaii.
The special trip will afford tlio
visitors it rather short stay at t'jo
xnlciino. Provided tho Cleveland Is
on time and draws nlongside tho Apt-
kea wharf early Hundiij morning and
the, departure, of the Mauna Ken for
Illlo Is made 'Sunday afternoon, the
popular Illlo liner will not arrive nt
Hie Hawaii metropolis before early
Monday morning. Tho party would
have a half day nnd perhaps Monday
night at the volcano, taking u spe
cial train down to Illlo, arriving
theie early Tuesday morning.
II Is planned to have the Hamburg-American
liner Cleveland meet
the tourists nt Illlo and embarking
from that port. The Cleveland would
then proceed to Ran Franclsio ill
lect. It Is this phase of the ar
rangement oer which the greatest
difficulty may be encountered.
It Is contended that the Cleveland
Is a large vessel earning n crew of
over six hundred men, and her dally
expense to the management of the
Clark touts must be something be
tween lluee nnd live thousand dol
In is per da). Should this rsel be
delajed for only n matter of twent)
four bonis In Iter arrival ut San
KrnniUco, It Is believed that the losa
would he too great for tho tourlft
managers to stand without muteiliil
leiompcuse from the pussengcis.
However, tho fate of tho excursion
testa lietwcen the management ol
the tout mid the agents or represen
tatives for the Hamburg-American
This U u time when It Is Just ns
v.cll to be loiikervatlve In the mat
ter of expeetiitlons. Albany .lour-nal,
HftT nifa uMXiLim
(Snecial B u 1 1 c 1 1 li Cable.)
W AKlTINflTflTJ T) f! . Jan. 21..
Pnnnrpimnti T.lnvil Dcmornlt. fromV
Missouri, has resicnol from the Bal-J
linRcr invcjtiRation committee. Lloyd Fh
ha cnvicr.slv erven out that no1
vO'jm not taKc mrt in uic mvesu-
nation, ana pacus up nis no-v icnucr-,
land of Utah. Root of New York (Be- M
publicans); Payntcr of Kentucky nnd
Fletrlier of Florida fDemociats).
-Senate Representatives McCall,
Olmsted, nnd Denby (Regulars);
Vrlison (Insurgent) ; James of Ken-
YOKAHAMA, Jan. 21. Tin Unit-
ed States cruiser squndron, in torn-
mand of Admiral Harbcr, sailed from
this port for Hnrolnlu,
m ' , i
LONDON, Jan. 81. Returns fronir-s
the elections received today civc in- 3
dications that the Irish Nationalists
will hold the balance of power in
the next Parliament. The forecasters
of election results point to the im
probability of the Liberals beinij nble
to hold control independently 'of'
other parties that voted with them '
on the budtrct.
MORE AUTO MEN
E. H. Paris and H."M
Wichman Found GulltyJJ '
Two iiimo unto ownern wero flaeit
S2.1 each and tosts ul tho police coint'i
this moiiiln;;, II. I', Wlclnuaii and'li
II. Paris, who fniicbt tbilr rases, worn
tlio defendants, and Attorn)' Warren
Inppcurod for Ihu former, wlillo tha lut-'.Cfl
tei uim tit femlii.1 liv Alwiifif.i linn.
'- " '""" ' 1,'
.mi uiu eiiuemo in iiuiuans rate
was gvcn at tbu hearing of tho mat- "i
let on Tuosd.iy last. This inornlngr- J
gilllicni us Hi UIU If'guilljr Ol 1110 UOUn-frj
ty Ordinance was resumed, and 'afjer '
iiniivii nail riuieu U1H orw tiL vlliu
Continued on Face 4. Wk
To rent kiii.iII ruriilshed inttage wttlilfl
gulden. Address w." ""jH