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IISTABLISHED 1882. 110, 4!27.
- 10 PAGES.HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 8 CENTS.-
JUDGES HAVE BEEN"
on Ra in
' 'v.-""" "
In Local Stocks
Hawaiian Agricultural and Pioneer Sold
At Good Prices By Hawaiian
Trust Market h Firm '
Slock triiiii.tcl!uiia VLfH-esiiitlim a
total nr $ins7.",i wn.-L' con unitiute I
Ibis fotononn by Uu lla'.V ill.in Trim
A poitlon of Iho ileal llirua litimli -I
mil! fully sl'nte.i nl Hawall'in Axrle.ll
lural, nl ...I, ".mix tcportod mi thu lix-
iJlUllglJ. TIlO lltllel fill? Ilf I'., tllP'.
hundred thares uf Ploti-or at SuT.oO
was nut roiiorted tills morning.
TIiIb largo truiixicllnn wat beiwee-i
lllC'll lltlllllTH (if lliv securities II10II
tinned mid to some extent was an ex
change. TIit ilgnlllciint feature .i lint
uppiiiont fn'llliiK nrr la tlio price of
Hawaiian Agricultural ami tlio hte.il
Iijosh iif Pioneer. Tlio fnniii'r sIock
Iiiih not been sold III inicli a large
block fur many inimtliH. Tlio last pro
vlnin kiiIu was at 2C" ami tlio Mock
lioanl cii(il:it Icui gives Iho muikcd il i
parity of :!H lilil ainl 'Jill asked. Tills
Ik r.nothor way of showing tlio public
t ti tit vqry Utile nf tiio Block Ismiu-IIio
Af. 1-iMiii na A. (!. M. lloliuilwm an
lanuoH his (iClce on I ho Kcdcr.il hcncli,
tlio tlrnii'l Jin y will letnru their re
poll In In li 1 til. and It Is oxpecled that
a triio hill will ho found iiRiilnst An
iIoimi'm draco, who Is susptcted of
haWiiK nittnloied Watelinian .Malm at
Much ovldince has boon collected
in the Wateilou'ii case and tinny hiis
plclous ciiiininaii.cs lime hcen nit
e.iitlied. Tlio loMilver with which tho
Mino'lni? was dune lias not h-en ro
eovereil hut It Is thoiiKlit that Ciaco's
wllo knows itinru of tho matter than
hint has told rn far,
A witness who was examined dur
Ini; tho last fow days claims that as
he was KolUK to his work on tho
limriiliiK of Iho inurder ho Is a flro
mall on a iIioiIku lio passed the sM)t
wheio (linen was on duly, it was
then 5: Id o'clock In tho mm nine and
as ho approached OiaCo Iho hitler cn
iiulied: "Did nu (.ee'.Mahii as ou
canio down tho trail?"
Commissioners To Ap
Jud;;o ltnliliipon this inoiiiliiK iJkhciI
nu order alluwIiiK the petition tiled hy
tho iiUnriRVjs for .Mis. Kniui.i Dtelur.
for ailiueasuieinent of dower and nam
fiiK Hurry AriultiiRo, X.eiui K. Jlyers
ami William I'urdy as tho commission
'IB to deteiiulne tho exact portion ot
tho estate due in .Mrs. Dicier im.lor
her dower rlslil. '
The blKiiliiK or the otltimi ami IJio
appoluluieut or tho thice commission
eis to determine tho extent In dollars
mill cents of Mrs. Dielor's dnwer lu
lu osl In iho ostato put u final end to
tlio dllTereuces (hat thiealened to In
mlo the Diclar estate In costly imita
tion. flans for tho lellnaiiclni; of Ilia
, ii'pnlillc of (luatemala piovldo for
Iho pultlni: or Iho country on n itohl
Pioneer mi tlio other liantl lias lieM
tiji well under until a latgo H'lle. Ten
kIiiiiiih snlil on tlio l.oaril today at 210..
the figure tliut has rali'.l ulnce tlio flr.t '
of tile year. I
Tlio stock tnnikot generatl Ik fairly j
linn If nut ectlvo Tun liuinlreil null
iilMy-llve shales of Mclltydo sold yes-1
lor'nj at 7. Onlm wild, In flflean !
nil ii lot of 3l..n unil on a hundrol,
i-liine offering this forHiionn fell off
In SI.L'j. Ilnnokni In flim ut 22.T.O
and ITwa at 31.
Ilnnds aro Mill imiclv muslit anil It
In niitlrli.ito'l Unit the bonds of tlio
no Olaa issue will lia taken up
quickly on ncennnt of tlio very favor,
alilo terms on which they aro offered.
('. W. A8lifi.nl bus received tlio en
dorsoinenl or tlio Doniilcrntle Central
Ctminilltvu fur tlio vacancy on tlio Cir
cuit Pouch which will lio tnado liy tlio
pc'Viiiotlcn of Judge Do Hull to Urn Sit
The witness le'illed III it ho had
not seen him ami then proceeded to
his Miik. Ho did not think of tho
mailer till some lime after when ho
lii'iml of tho murder of .Malm. Tlio ac
cused iiuin and u male lUcd.ln a tent
don. hy tin IiIk kuhs that are helm; !
set up for t!iu defense of l'earl llaihor,
ami In a dliect Hue. (Iracc'H heat nt
wauhiiiau, was Just .about u mile fiom
that patiollcd hy tho murdeicil man.
Iho murdeor Jlahit which a' first
oppe.ired l ho a deep nijstery, would
nppinr to bo solved, and the clever
wmk of tho detectives uiikiikviI " "io
caso has resultftd In lliu arrest of at
at least a niuch-suspccted man.
I mi tlrand Jury would hao lurned
In their icpoit sooner only for (ho1 united States Banking Company, one
fact that the legality or any such ae-I0' t leading banking institutions
tloii hermo tho fedei.ii Comt judso'of the city, suspended operations to-
h.UI tiiki.ii his seat was questioned. As day.
soon bb .iiiiiRO Honertson Is sworn in i
tlio t.i ami July will turn In lis leport.
and It Is rerlnln Unit draco will bu
charKcd with niuider In tlio first do-Ki-ee
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 20.
Rear-Admrial Evans, retired, has
Wn relieved nf ,MrV nn b XTovol
............. .. ..-. ... .... ,,MunR (,r (B ,Ci-,(.ior who In Iho to-
iioaru, 10 wmen ne was assigned ior tcm ,,, ()f ciiarKi.K l'aelo was ul
snecial duty shortly after his terra iu.R0,i as IiuIhIkIuk in (liiestioimblo
of active sen-ice endsd. practices in tho conduct of his oniec
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 26.
The law to prevent the white slave
trade, through Federal supervision
of immigration, passed the House of
The name or the Postal TelcKiaph
Company will be (.linuKed (o the
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 26.
Rentescntativc Fowler offered a res
olution in the House today removing
Sneaker Cannon's committee rules
r.nd adding five members to the
Standi- - Committee of the House.
(Special to t ho II u I lot In )
NEW YORK. Jan. 20. The libel
indictment . by the government
auainst the New York World, on
account of its publications retarding
crooked work in purchases for the
Manama Canal, has been quashed.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 26.
The famous Congressional investiga
tion of Soiretary Balliner began
today, with Louis R. Glavis, who
started the trouble, on the stand.
The investigating committee lias se-
let,ei1 Sellat.r Nelson of Minnesota
rs the presiding omccr.
While the deepest interest at-
tnrberl in the nrtemtiir nf the Kfftinn
. . '. . . . . - ..
no sensational incidents marked tne
first day's nrocccdincs. A cood Dart
of tne time w.is naturally taKcn up
BANK SUSPENDS IN MEXICO.
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 26. The
Road Supervisor May Take
Fling At His
.1. K. I'.ielc, mad supervisor for tho
district of KoolniipokOyiiu tho other
slilo of tho fall, is said may tako a
. "" '". .N""u '" .""-' "' "u .' I"!"-'"'
It was li Wo (h.UKoil that l'aelo was
prontlni; UirniiKli petty KriiltliiK.
1'i.eie. us wiiH piodlcled all.nloni;,
litis ciiuio nut of tho ouleul with a
clean hill or health us rar as honesty I
is concerned. The rhuiBes which I
wero hioiiKhl forwanl b tho Wat-'
sous mid lurned over to the llopuhll-
can Teriitoii.il Committee and after1
IioIiik Kone lulu nt Kteat letiKtli by
Deputy Attorney t'.eueral Andiows. as
' a' iepiesontalle of tho government
and also us Hepiildlean coimnllleeuiaii, i
Iiiino been round In be based upon
midline, sao spite work fiom ills-.
Tl.n last of the faelo nuitler wns
thieshed out at the city hall last ulitht
nl n special ineethiK. nl which Chair
(Continued on Page G) ' '
tt (Special lo tlio II ill let In) tt
tt WABHINCITON Jan. Jii. Tlio tt
Il npiioliitnicMK made liy the Pros- tt
It Idem or A .(I M HoberlKim lis tt
tt federal Judge John T. Do Holt tt
tt as Assoclule Justice of the Hit- tt
tt piemo Cunt I ami V J. Itohtimoii tt
It au Circuit JikIko of the Territory tt
tt or Hawaii weie confirmed liy the tt
K Senate today. tt
tt J10NIC. tt
tt tt it tt tt tt It tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt U ,
FOR FLORAL .DAY
Trent Handling Funds
As Treasurer Of
i, fihririry JJd ploniNes In he a lung
I'lenicmliPieil day In the I1nr.il Parade
-annals or Honolulu Th" prepiratlom
j.for tho annua! event have hcon pro
! roodhif? wHA iiiniKiial riphllty and loin;
roeiorti tno nay oi ine nnrai ramie i
T.ICHARD H. TRENT.
at hand 'he ufllceis and (otumlttennien
will know oMictly what can bo en peel
ed by tho public of Honolulu and Iho
many outside visitors,.
Tho lluai.cl.il side Of tho day has
beeik caiefull) attended to and tho
l . .. .:! . ' .
necessao inmis mat win nu needed to
I 'Icfray tho Incidentals huw been
the hands of Itlchard II.
fill) floral l'.irado treas.
The number or automobiles lo up
pear In Kala attire will he much laiKer
than last year and moio elaborate
lcnKtliH or deeoiatlon wilt ho attempt,
ed In a number or Instances.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 28.
Beets: 88 analysis, 13c. Parity,
4.70c. Previous quotation, 12s. 9d.
I.aml in the value of $i 10,000 has
been hoiiKht for I.oa AiikcIcs sea
IF YOU SHOULD DIE? ,
Leave your family a fixed income
MONTHLY INCOME POLICY
The Cost Is Low
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
SSSSSSSV J IJSSSSSSSSH A
SSSSH ( iSSSHSSSSH
i LONDON, Jan. 26. Premier As
quith was reelected to the House of
Commons today by an increased ma
jority. The returns from all constituen
cies received up to the present give
I the Government three hundred and
luity-iiiibc. vuiva iu iwo iiuuiuxu mm
fi.'ty-five of the 'Opposition. This is
'a gain of el:ven vctes over the re
turns of vesterday, when the Gov
ernment majority, was 77.
PARIS: Jan2i-i-The ofllciales
timati of the losses 'thus far" caused
'by the floeds of tke Seine it two
hundred millions of dollars. The
waters are continually rising, and
the water todav is runniner over the
Alma bridge. The house of Robert
Bacon, American ambassador to
France, is flooded.
DANIELS IS REELECTED.
RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 26. Unit
ed States Senator Daniels was re
elected by the State Legislature at
its session today.
BANK OF HAWAII '
Iho Hank of Hawaii stockholders
helil their twelfth annual meetlne, this!
foiemsiu, at which reports for tho
past )cur were lead and apprised.
Tho election of, olllcers for tho colli
liiK year resulted as follows: C, II.
Cisiko, president; li I). Tenney, lco
preddent; A. Lewis, Jr., second Wee
pieshlent: f. ! Damon cashier;
(leorKC fuller mid Itobei t McCorrlstou,
Stiivalne, the new anesthetic, was
I esponslhlc for tho death of a pa
tient In CIiIciiko.
Bearing Spoils From Raid
The f lilted States criiVocis Tennos.
we, California. South Dakota, Wash
ington, Went Virginia, Colorado, Mar
land and l'cuuyivuulii. which am now
hellcied stciimiir; not a Rreat dis
tance fiom Midway Island on their
way rioni tlio rieuo of naval maneuv
ers Mloni; Iho Philippine and China
coiisl to Honolulu, may net as a con
vny for the little Hulled Stales rev
enue cutter Thetis, which Is supposeil,
to be returnliiK with a score of Jap
anese bird poachers and several bun
dled thousand blld skins.
Hfiir Admiral llees uf tlio local Nav
al Station has been In wireless com-
inuiilcutloii with Iho fleet and It Is
learned that Iho vessels hope to ar
llvo at Honolulu on .Monday.
The erulH-rs Galveston and tlio Den
ver, piolected cruisers with ten-Inch
Kims, me duo to arrive heio on Friday
moriiluK. These vessels will lomuln
nt tho p'Ht tin t II pei hups Thursday,
fobruary a, when they will tako their
departme for Sun franclsco. The rial
vestnn and Denver are In convoy Iho
1 (Continued on Page 4)
Revenue Cutter Expects To Arrive On
Friday With Japanese
The fulled States reeuue cutter
Thetis will arrive I'rldiiy night or
Saturday mornitiR with the twenty
three .lapanee hlrd-poai Iicih who
have been capluied at I.ii)h.iii Is
land hy the revenue cutler ill the
I net nf vIolatliiK Ihe lirnvlsluiis o(
the pioclnmatlnn thai wns'lsicil hy
President Tuft, last feliruary, mid
under which laivs.ui Ipland as a pin-'
session nf the fulled States U ret
aside us a bird ivservatlon.
The act ttint the Thetis is now
on the way to Honolulu and will ar
,llve the last of this week Is gained
'from a cablcKrani that was received
I liy tho wife of I'.leute'niiilt Chalker
of the Thetis, who enisled li that
!effic( from Midway last S.ilu.dny.
It lie cable not being received liy Mr.i
:halUer.nntll..MoiulnyA - !--
It Is bellcied b) local l-Vderal
(ifllclaU that tho Information ie-
SIGNED AS PORSER
TO EVADE LAW
. vnrtnc before Hie (ierinaii Con
sul nt Honolulu, two IntemllnK p.issen
R"rr lo Sun finiiclsco by the (lerman
liner Cleveland wcio signed on as as
sistant purseir In oider to ovade the
existing coastwise shipping I ms
which makes II obligatory that a lino
or S:ot) ho paid fur each Inlractlou.
Tlio HunihoiK-Aiucrlcnii liner Cleve
land s declared did carry several. pas-
setiRois not Included In the loumlllie
world list fiom Honolulu lo San fran
clsco. Messis, Fred Sliiuip. a ttnvelliiB
representative of the Southern Pa
cific Hallway, and ,1. M. Duckwoith,
nclliiR in a similar capacity for tho
Santa I've Hallway!, arrived at Ho
nolulu on last Thursday by ll-o
steamer llllonlan, and, by those con
nected with the Alexander Yours'
Hole, aie said to have left Hono
lulu on Monday evening by tho Her
A meeting of the Queen's lloapltnl
Corporation, for the eleitlon of a
piesldcril nnd six 'trustees for tho
ensuing ear, wus'held in the looms
or Hie Champer of Commeicp Hiis
morning. A. S. Clcglioru was linan-'
luiniisl) olected as, pieshlent. The
names of the six ti unices who weie
chosen ire as followr.: T. C. D.ivles,
U. C. Potter, (j. W. Sinllh, to seivo
flir one enr; and W. W. North, W.
, K. Ilrovvn, A. Hartley, to serve for
I After the meeting had been ad
journed, thtv president and trustees
held a sluut session In appoint an
midltnr, tte'asuier, secretary ulid
vice-president for the ensuing jear.
following are the names of thosu
elected to, these oftlios: A. Hartley,
viie-presmont; tl. v. siultli, secro
tuty; Ci. C Potter, tie.isuier; John
X. Wntei house, utldllor.
A. S. Clegliorn Ihen npnplnted a
qunilerly Visiting committee, com-
varilliii: i he lureit of the .lapnncfn
poachers and th' teljiiie of the hint ,
wIiiks. as (oiit.ilued In the (alilo
fiom WiishliiRluu lavt nlplit, was ta
bled li) the officers of the Thetis
fiom Mlihvaj after iii.iI.Iiik the sue
icssful expeilliion to li.s.iu.
The pi osvciil loll uf the twenty
three po.ichurn will, rest In the hands
"of fulled slate's District Attorney
llrcikmi. tho new federal Criminal
Code conlaliiliif; a pimlshm for tho
plinlshmeiit of persons found Killlty
of lolatlUK tho provisions of a Pics
Identl.il bird proctiimiitlon. The law '
pros Ides Hut whoever shall kill or
tia'p lilids on laud set nsliio as n
leervallon. stuill. u'pon coinh tlon 111
n I'nltcd States iiiiirl, bo subject to
i, '' o not III exiess uf ?.UU and lui-
Vrl'ontiT'tit -fur if period (If l."
months, or both line and Imprison-
' (Continued on Page 6)
man mcano'i Cleveland.
' ficderleh Kleliahn. matur.cr of
the shipping department for 11.
Hnckfdd tc Co.. who reprebented tho
(let man liner Cleveland dining her,
slay In port, makes ponlllvo and tin-
(illillllled ;enl.ll ihat tile Veswl ear-'':
I It it all) imsseligeis oilier titan tliu,
Claike paity f,u!ii Honolulu.
I Asked if Messrs, Slump and Duck-,
win Ih engaged or look passage for'
San Fiancihio b the I'aelllc .Mull
liner Manchuria, which salted for,
San fiaiicli-io y.lthln a half hour of,
t'he Cleveland. Mr. Klcbabn lemaln-'
ed uoii-ioiniiilttiil, and only icttcr-r
a ted the statement, "Tho Cleveland 'fJ
can led no one us piiiscugers from Ho
Collector Sl.ickuhle has hud
matter under Investigation since tho
departure of the Herman liner.
(Continued on Page 2)
ioed or the follow lug-named mein-J
ners- r. iiivo navies, ctiaiiman; li.
f Wlclunaii. (i. I'. Ciistlu.
following Is u list of the tinmen"
of those luesent: II, II. Tieiit, D.I
Davtiin. 11 i: .Mclntvre. (I. J. Wal
ler. .1. h. .McLean. V. A. Si-hnafpr. III.
f. Wlclinian. C. Ilolte, W. W. Norths
i. i. i.oioiun, k. i.ewers, a. ijiiri
ley. f. Klamp, A. S. Clegliorn, W. E?
lirowiiMi. W. Smith.
The Him meeting of tho members.
of Hie Queen's Hospital Corporation
was held on tho sciuml Wcdncsddya
In .Inly. Umi'.i, nt which ineotinga
tlieie weie elected a president iinilj
tdx trustees, who held olllco until
their successoiH wero elected today.
Tho regular nunii.il meeting will bo.
held In Honolulu on the last Wed
nesday of January In each ve.ir. At.
these annual meetings a prcsldontj
mid six trimtees three of whom will
lie elected for n term of one yenril
(Continued on Page 5)