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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4526
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1810. 10 FAQEST
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GARFIELD ATTACKS BALLINGER'S
WASHINGTON tHGTO n I H I P r Q
innnp nnir uis 0 U I U I 0 I 0
Judgeship Gossip Before
DELEGATE'S .ACTIVITY FOR
KAHULUI HARBOR WGRK
Delay Was Saved by Prompt Action
Were en Point of Sending
Plans Back Per floro Inforxa
tion. (By Join E. Jlonk.)
WASHIMIION, I), c. .Lin. u,
Milt. Delegate Kaluuluu.inlu "nr
ilvul hcio mi Monday, Januiiy in,
having been dcluOd sovoml da)s In
K.i ii rrnnilsru on account of Alness.
'Ilio Dolcgito )cstoidn) held ii mn
fcriiiLe with Attorney -I3enci ul
Wlckcishnm on tliu subject of Tho
Hawaiian Judgishlps. Tim AUoine)
Ceneial gave the Deligato.to undei
btnml Unit In nil piiilialillll) A. C
M. Hnhcitson would lie appointed us
IVdciul Judge, .1. T. Do Holt to tho
Snpt piiio bench, ftml W. I. Ilnliliibon
woiilil.be appointed to tlic Circuit
('twit.' However, 'on account ot tho
Picks of business bofoio the Attor-uo)-Cciicrnl
und I'icsldciH Tnft. It
may bu siiniolnio befmo the Hawai
ian Judgeships me 1 fuelled.
It U the uiidcrstiindliiR liuio that
Judge Dola floors II. 1.'. C'onpur for
tho I'cilunil bench, but both (lovein
or Pii'iir uiiil the Delegate hau icc
onimcndPd Mr. dtolierlsoii. There
was u i iiiuoi at tho Senate cud of
tho C.iplt'ol Hint (lovcrnor 1'iear hail
given Mi. Itnhortsoii something that
Irnlti'il lll.o a loft-handed cndoisc
lapllt, but Ihu Doleguto's toureicnio
with tho Attoine)-(!onoriil disproved
(tils, ami In addition lo strongly en
dorsing Hoheitmn, tliu (iuvemor I
on ritonl In a Iot(er on file In tho
DcpnitUIPIlt ot Justlco StippOltlllR
ItobprtKou, (invcruor l'lc.ir Ih also
on murd an supporting Do Holt.
One of thu llrst things the Dele
gato will tnKo up will lo tho sub
Jut of healings on bin bill to aiiicuil
tho laiul laws of Hawaii, anil ho o
ppcth to haw tho heatings hold ut
an tarlj datv.
I.VtJijcon l.lllunhulaul has m
rl veil In Washington and ,11118 taken
up iiiaitoix In tho Aillngtou Hotel,
whoiu kIio will probabl) nta nil wln
lor. Thq Qiiien Is In her uaual
hp.lllli. A A
Colnnol Sum Tarhor tins nlo ai
rlvid with lila win und d.uiKhtci.
DeU'B.itu Knlaiiluuaolo tho day
nftpr lila ariiviil hiulppiIoi! In having
icfi'iiid Ii.kI,' to tho lio.uil of ou
.kIihpin tho ippoit intulo by Major
Wlnslow- on tho lmpioenictits for
Kahulul liaiboi. Tho bo.ud di'tlilo'l
that additional liifoiinatlon unci data
wpio neipssaiy bofoio plans lould bo
fm iiiulatod, and woio -on tho point
of bciidliiK tho icpoit bail, to Major
(Continurd on Page 5) .
Federal Jurors Drawn '
, For October Term
A Hpoclal venire of petit Jiliois for
tho ()( tobor term of tho redonil
Couit has been ilinwu li CleiU
Klft-foiir niinios mo mi the llt,
wlileli with tho hI ipuiiiIiiIuk fi im
tho old panel iiiaUo Hlxty iiollt Jitron
who will bene 'as Jiiioih In tho l'ed
oi a) Cum t diiiiiiR tho October lei in.
Thu liumim ill awn mo hh follow h:
James Iindd, Honolulu: CIiuiIph A.
RliupMin, Honolulu; -Vicy (1 II.
pi'M'illl, Honolulu; Juuiph M. Hpald-
j TAIUS, Jan. 25. Fifty thousand!
scaicrs nave been aaaeu to tnc ranKs
cf the civilian forces called out to
(hctk the destruction wrought by the
deeds.' Intense cdld urevais, and a
j mixture of rain and sleet is con.
1st ant 1" falling. At the American
'cnbaisr the electric lights ' have
civen out and the place is lighted
throihout with candles.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 25.
President Taft issued a statement to
day uhich is annarently formal no
tice to the country that he will not
listen to the criticism to which his
message on railroads and. .corpora
tions has given rise.
Mr. Taft says in his statement that
he will not change the policy out
lined in his message for dealing with
the great corporations of the coun
LONDON, Jan. 25. Election re
turns recehed today give the Gov
ernment forces three hundred, and
fourteen votes against two hundred
and thirty-seven for the Opposition.
This is a gain of eighteen votes over
yesterday's returns for the Govern
ment. For Diplomats
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 25.
The diplomatic and consular bill was
reported to the House today. It car
Ties a total annipriation of S3,
886,081. He Defends It
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jan. 25.
Congressman Bennett made a speech
today in the House defending the
work done by the Immiration Com
mission and urging the appropria
tion called for in the deficiency bill.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
ti'llotin friitnnnl Ronni Phonn 185
iiiK, KimIIii, Kaiuil; Unhpit A.
Wnoila, Honolulu; William risher,
Makauoll. Kau.il: .1. M. Kim mi. Will-
liilcn, .Maul; ruin!, 1 (lildwln, I'uu-
ueiu, .viaui; icniieu l. rorcst, riiiiu
.luu. Hawaii; Itlihniil . Howell,
Wnllul.ii; Hrnet II. Austin, lllln;
I A. .. I.oulsKon, Honokaa; James II.
JCumniliiRS, HoikiIiiIii; J, l Kane,
. Honolulu, Win. 0. MlOouiirIp, Ho
nolulu; John K. CniKott, Koloi, Ka-
tint : Cliniles J. ',ill(, Iliinolulu; John
I (Continued on Pngo 0)
S.S. WILHELMINA WILL CARRY
150 FIRST jCLASS' PASSENGERS
THE MATSON LINEf. WILHELMIN A. TO ARRIVE ON
Snlllus ifoni S.iu Kranclsco on Keli
lii.uj ID, on lur nuldeh oyane ti
thu lhuMillau Isliuids, tho h.iinlHonio
new MutKou Navigation liner Wiihi I
uiliui, Is duo lo arrive, at Honolulu on
Tho Wllhelmliui has already coin
pitted n veiy fast passaRo nround the
South American continent and covered
tho trip from Newport News to Sun
l'rahcUco In lorty-threo Iuh vlu tho
Htrnlts of MiiRclt.ui. Tho Wlllielmlna
roprescnts n fine iM'o of coniblneil
paHbtMiRcr mid ciin,'u steamer. She
has cabin c.ipjtlt) for a hiindruil nn I
lift) j umcurci . Her caini) muce h
anip'e und tlieio Ik over ten thousand
cubic feet of cold storage space. Her
appointments, are as fine ns money
Iho llhelnilnn Is of tho follow Iuk
principal dimensions: Length over
all, 451 feet; length on wnterliiiu. 435
fett; beam, molded. S4 feet; depth,
molded to upper deck, ;w.t. .
Tho vessel differs from Iho general
tpu of oceangoing vessels of similar
dimensions nnd power In having hor
propelling nijflilnery located In Iho
Valuable Data Given .On
Prospects of Year
In Raw Sugar
Tho I'tdcral Reporter Mtsur market
icvlow for .laiiuaiy 7 gives tho fol
low Ins valuable resume. f pugar mar
Rw 8ugar. Wo have Had a firm
market. Sellers huvo been tiskhiR
higher prices, but bti)ers havo been
holding off, so that tho only salo r
litcd was olio madu Ji-slprdn), to
tho Itcvero Supur Ileflnlng Company,
of Iioston, ponslstlug of it cargo of
about 20,000 bugs Culms for January
shipment, at '! 1-1 Re, cost und freight
for 9f centrlfuguls, tho purity of 4 05c.
delivered. This would show an ad
vance ol about Mile. No New York
refiner, however, has shown u dispo
sition to pay tills flguru, nllliiiugli
theru are tods) several lots ot CuljA
und I'orto I'.lco sugais, foi January
shipment, offeied on this basis. It Is
sold that ono Now York refiner would
purchase on tho basis of 2 21-32c, cost
und freight, Iho equivalent of 4.02c
dollvcii'd, for either January or Feb
uiury shipment. Tills Is l-3'.'c under
sellers' Ideas. The higher pictcnslons
ipi tho part of holdeis aro duo entirely
to tho advance In pi Ices abroad, l.on
don quotations having lecovered prac
tically all that they lost during tho
lecent setback, and uro now clnno to
tho hlRhcst lovel Hint wo havo seen
at nny tlmo durliiR tho present cam
paign, On he basis of 4,05c. duty
paid, which is I lie iresint luiklng prlco
for Cuba ceutilfuguls, our market is
d7 points muter the parity of Euro-pe-in
beet sugars laid il'iwii lu New
York, which Is nn unusually Inruc
muigln. At such u dlfferenco U would
upptar leasonablQ to expect Cuba 'i
expoit to Humpo, but whllo thero Ui&
been considerable lulk of such hml
iipsh, wo do not learn of pnv nelm;
(Continued on Page 5)
A r.itv ; ism
ptii Ptnl of the veei-ol. Slip has till
nun il Ijpe of xtl.ilslit Klein mid vlliii
lltil btein, nnd Is b( hoouer rlRKPil
wllh three stoei pole in ists. There nip
two complctO sltPl ili-okx In the hull.
oilop .ilci K In tho forward
Thu vessel hi a roinplPle double
bottom and n deep tunk ainldships, ar
raiiRCil to Carr")' fi.t-1 oil oi vvuter bal
last In" all ciiriiimrlini'uts ovtupt tlmso
linilciMlui eneluis mid boilers which
nro lilted to rnu.v frifh water fm lml
cr tied. Pic.
AcMuilRiiidatloil.for flrjtticlnss pal
seiiReis aro nit lix.ited amidships on
thu uiK-r dirk iiud In tho brulRe deek
rooms, theii bolus f0ft-elaht stntc-
I rooms, wllh two ht-ilhs each' und tlueo
l-c-Iul roonw with bm-s beds All
flisliluss ttateioums nio
metal berths inlihogau.v folding lava
loilcs and wllh a wide, upholstered
transom seat, which nuy ttlao be used
for n birth.
lhu main dlulug salniu with 'a seat
ing rup.tclt lor 140 p- xonx, Is locut
ed at lhu fin ward cud if Ihu bri ',,
HE WOULD. BE
Prospective Settlers From
Hurr) O. While, who declares his
ambition Is to become n resident Aid
small farmer in the Teriltor) of Ha
waii, has w illicit Major Joseph J,
Fein Unit he would like to como hejo
provided oidlnnr) Inducements wero
offered In the securing of suitable land.
White Is now 11 resident of Scdio
Woollcy, lu the Htato of Washington.
Ho desires' o Improve his condition
and has heaid glowing reports con
cerning whftt can bo done In Hawaii
along lines of small running. He
wants Information concerning tho laud
(Continued on Page 5)
IF YOU SHOULD DIET
Leave vour family a
MONTHLY INCOME POLICY
The Cost Is Low
Hawaiian Trust to. Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
deck mid extends lm fi; I width of tho
vessel. It Is Mantled lu while pine
mid Tarnished with m il.ogany tulilis.
A 1111; social hall Is 'oulnl at tho
forward end of the Iioiism on the brld
deck. The cargo of t.io vcjmo! w
generally bo more or im bulk) In
nature, and henv) iunpliii.tr Is alio
carried at limes.' To suit such condi
tions' large hutches havo pen fitted
and large cargo ports hue also been
Fur carr) lug refilgernlen cargu .
cold storiiRo spare of ID Un' cubic fvet
capaclt) Is provided )JlK main ilcek j
niiildslilpH. The liilaiil'i-lTrrprnmting
hrlnn in this si.ice crmslMf of two
elglit'(toii amiiiontu coiupii-sston ma
chines, supplied bj tho Vulcan Iron
Works of 8nn Francisco. . w '
Tho vessel und Its equipment, also
thq propelling machinery ncro built
uiidir l.lO)d's speilal surve to cluss
1U0 Al. Tile vpssil Is also rated und-
er thutOrpiiu Mall Subsld) Act of
Mulch 3 IBM. for which purK.e nu I
uuxlllury Are main has been provided
''fii'" .11.- nti.t'lllilC, Utlll I.JIIIII1U11U11H
huvo been llttcl for four slx-ncluoms
1 INJURED BY CART
Japanese Collides With
Bicycle And Rider
This morning al 11 o'clock 11
wagon loaded with thauoal, nnd
drlvep bV 'NJslilinura Jcsukl, col
lided .wit I) h native boy vftio was
riding a Mode along King street,
near Knllhl mad. I
The otllst wns thrown right I
dcr the wiigon wheels'1 and tho
vehicle passed over tho lud's bod)'.!
Chris Holt nnd J. Cussldy, who hap
poned to see the nccldent.'at once
called to the Japanese to .stop his
wagon. The boy wns pliked up and
It whs seen at once that he wns se
riously Injured. The putroi wagon)
was telephoned for, nnd It urrlvedi
11 verj quick time. Th hoy, who
was 'uncoasclous, was couvejed to
the Queen's Hospital, and endenvorHi
wore made to Identlf) him.
Some Internal injury Is suspected,
and there Is no doubt that the hoy
Is in a serious condition. The driver'
of the wagon was arrested and taken;
.U .1IU ,.I11Q Hill. 11111, WltUrU 1Q IO
held for Investigation pending the
doctor's verdict about tho lad. C.
F. ChllllliRWorth has been retained
to represent tho Jupuncse, and he Is .
trjlng to arrange bonds for the man.
EL CENTR0, Cal., Jan.25. An
earthquake shock was felt here to- nfteinoon thiough the Henry W'utei
day, but no damage resulted, I i10BP T, Ufct cm.
The bo) who was run ovei by 11
Jupuncse this morning bus lieioma
lonsclous und has Informed tho hos
pital authorities that his name Is
(leorge Wagoner, The.iinfortiinnlP
hid is getting 011 as. wc.lf'niiVnTi'Min
n n r fi n I rl
Udl llu I U
(Sprcial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 25.
Former secretary of the Interior
Uanicld, before the Senate commit
tee on public lands, opposes the bill
favored by Secrjtary Ballinger au-.
thorizing th: Sicre'ary of the Intc-'
nor to make withdrawals of public
The power of withdrawal is now
vested in the President, uarneid
contendej the change would be un-
reasorable and would place too much
arbitrary cower in th: hands of Hie
Secretary of the Interior.
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BK "J I I I il II U I
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 25.
The investigation of the administra
tion of Secretary Ballinger will be
organiwd and' .,, readv to Drocecd
Tv". flt ,,., ,.iu,! ii u. Mr
gin tomorrow. The committee has
4)li tn.trtrt nn uttinea. nn.
thorU; mMt of Ule cha againgt
'Vntlltl 4H Vaii. Lao a. Ih! J flloa.L i
l-niiu i nave v-n mm uiavis 13
the man whose statement Attorney
founl to contain nothing worthy of
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 25.
Thomas Spight. Democratic Repre
sentative from Mississinii, is leading
opposition to the snip suoiidy bill u
j the House,
tne House. '
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CALCUTTA. Jsn. 25. Vipprnv
- Ulnto todav opened the new Imnerlal
JjW"01 f,,"" cards on tale at
I "- millatln otflo.
. 7" , ,,:
Railway Bond Issue
Ilouds floated for the llakalau ox-
tension of tho lllln rnltwii) havo nil
bpen takPli up The liiBt I1I01K or
11 HO. OllO ..nu iIImiiiini1 nt iinlirilii.
This (omplPlPs tho flotation mid
supplies all thu inonej needed for
Iho extension of the load.as planni'd
b) (he Dillingham IiiIpiphIs. Already
theie Is liidh.itlou that the hnldnis
nt Iho flist morlRiigp bonds of the
Hllo railway will be leady lo ux-
PAY $42,000 FOR
Mclnerny Brothers To;
WILL ADJOIN NEW
HOME UF FIRST NATIONAL
(Negotiations Concluded in a Bi"
Downtown Realty Deal, and
, Handsome Structure Is Assured
Fcr Business Section,
One of tliu largest downtonu real
t state dents that has bteu uuisuni-
limited for wuuc time has been loath
ed In the snciistfiil luneluslon of no
I collations between .1. II. Mclnerny
'und his brother Wlllianr Mclnerny,
! whereby the) .ictiullc tho property
licluuglliR to the Wey Kstnto mid Blt
,'uateii at tli.j iiiruer of KIiir and
llllshop stucts. Tho pike paid for
the pinpert) Is 1 12,000, nnd Its pur
i die b) the Milnelnvs will rsun
I'H'ie'ei Pit Itm of ii model n prpssod-
liilrk-stnicturo fo hoiisu In part tho
i ( nihlned stores. y
1 The pioioity jinn bused h) tho
I.M-lnenis Is 7nIIJ' p"i feet, iimllaV
jvvpii .maple,! io hip purpose lor
which 11 will be used. The haluiico
.. ... ..I..,. ..... .... lnv-
i) ID1T pil)i.'ri) .viiitii iiidiin.iii ..i.-i-i,.
.!..... u(u. .. I. ta l..n ... lilt, ...1 liuf6
the I'list National Hank nt tHo auc
tion of the I'caiiKk Cstutn ami means
flirt ..111. 11m Mt.lnmti. tmri litlKP.
two hauilnome business structures II
will non bo ertited In tho down- M
'Hii. ilfA.I liviu lint it linfii I11fn1 litli S
It t- ftntn.l lltit (In iiiitrnll iltimd frti I
11- in rmivn ii i iiiu n v-i mni'M" wi.
the Hiloyif tin pioierty Ii ivo bcn
Htirro bfully roncludcd.
Iiotlnltt itltmu lifitf ttitt lirtt'Ti rotii liml
mik far iih tho runntliR tlo-i of tin nuW
"inldln-i com. rued, but It Is nnde-j- J
"''"''I tint H 'H '" " moderu au 1 UIW-'J
itiMl'tp Htt uc-titiu lu ovui) ri)sp ct nn lu )
I lint nil) A poilliu of It will be iliU
, voted to the ciiin'dncil Mote (oudin,tv J
ed l tho .Miliu'iii) brothers. i
iAu old wooIpii Imllillng Is upon the
pioputy nt the preri ill tlmo and Ibto
1 will bu removed lu lhu near futuiu. ':
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 25. 1
The fortmcattons bill passed the'-
U.IU.IG IVUQTi vn.J... HUU.U lkJM,v-'
priationj fcr the coast and insular.
ucicnacs. xnc uiu now curries a io
lal Of $3,817,000. C'.
Two liundred business ilelcgaloa
met nt CIiIpiiro lo opiosp tho pub;
Hilly featuio of the corporation tux
diunge their hutdliigs for tho com
bined bund Issue that will probably
be put thiouRh when tho date ar-
llves within which tho first mortgagee
tenuities of the Hllo rnllwny may
he (Oiuollduteil with tho pxtensloiu'
The bond s-ile was reported on thoj
Hxihaiigo this morning. This takes;;
up the only available bond Issue Ilia
the miiiket with the exception of the. '
new- Olaa bonds, n few ot which will,'
be available nfler tho first ot kIVr-J
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