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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1910. 10 .PAGES.
PRICE 5 CEHTi.
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DIED BY HIS
MURDERED IN NIGHT
Fatal Wound of Kauhaihao Thought
to Have Been Self-inflicted ,
Mystery of Two Deaths in Same
Koiihalhaii, n Hawaiian who wni
appointed night wii'clinian nt Puiiloi
to nieceed Miihu, the former holder or
the position and who was murdered
Just eight di)s :'go. v.aa found dead
In his hunk jesteulay afternoon, A
.".8 ler Johnson iuoler was tlghtl)
Lleuched.ln hla hand an 1 tho bullet
fiom tho weapon was discovered In
the pocket of his kimono.
Tho discovery of tho corpse wai
tnado iy a joung Hawaiian who
bunkeil In the" gnmu room ns Kauhai
hao. Tho joung fellow turned In for
a sleep and was nBtonlshod at seeing
a tilckle of blood i mining down from
tho bunk tthovo him. Jumping out of
bed quickly tliu Hawaiian peered Into
tho upper berth and tluii saw
hailiao with d
rovolver in his hand
and blood pom lug from liln mouth.
flllng ono terrllled jell th jouth
iiihhed out of the buukhoiiso and douiij
tho trail to another one, where ho told
some fellow workmen of the nffalr.
They nt flist would not bellove that
tho lad was telling the truth but
eventually they went to tho houso
and thero saw tho eorpio of Kmihnl
lino. One of tho pfity touched the
body and found that It wa3 still warm
lvcpilt) Sheriff rcrnsnilez, who had
liuun In Honolulu qll tho morning
went down home on tho 2:15 train
jcfcteidiiy afteinoon and on rurlval
1 theio, was told that Here had been
souio rhootln,; down nt Piiuloa. Tho
deputy went at once to Wateitown
mid there saw the dead man. Dr. Mc
(lettlgiu examined tho corpse an I Jits
report was that tho mm.liail died
fiom u lovolvcr shot In the head. The
wound would not causa liibt.itit death
ami the man probably lived fur two in
tbuo minutes after the shot wns fired.
The finding of tho bulla was con
sldei ed .suspicious but, In the opinion
'of tho police nutliorltles nul tho doc
tor, It might oobIIv have been dragged
down Into tho pocket of tho kimono
by a convulsive, motion of tho man
after ho had shot himself. Another
Ihioiy Is thill tho bullet ricocheted
fiom the top of tho bunk and dropped
Iniu tho pocket, which was a very
wide nnd loose ono.
Deputy Sheriff Hoso' tells a story of
finding u bullet 'under' 11 o body of
,n man who had shot himself through
tho bulla. The suicide had evident!)
sat up In h'd to do tho deed nnd
then, nfter pulling the bu'let llimuuli
' his ho ul, the pellet had lilt tho Iron
bedpost and fallen beneath him beforo
ho subsided onto tho bed.
Kauhaihao had evidently placed tho
muzzlo of tho revolver In his mouth
and then fir oil.,. His lips and the In.
Blda of his mouth ,vvere badly burnt
and blackened by tho powder. The
bullet had Bono ihrotigh tho back of
the heiul, low ilonn, and tho exit was
suiioundod by splintered bono. ,
The dead man had been In Hono
lulu last Satiirdoj and Is reported to
havo putcliascil u now rovolver. Ho
applied to the superintendent jor'er
lay morning for permission to coma
to Honolulu as ho wanted to soo his
wlfo. It Is understood that thero wero
domestic differences which had led to
despondency on tho pait of tho de
ceased. Ho wished to bo relieved
from duty ono hour earlier than usiiil
so that ho could catch the 7 o'clock
train from Pearl City. This permis
sion was denied him, ni, ho Is sup
posed to havo become moro despond-
em winu neioio.
'I ho iioiiii limn ,. n .. .u ...
ibo hud muni as a police officer
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TTnT. n ? i
Have ' commercial bodies send pro
test to Senator Depew against United
States assuming police jurisdiction over
Hawaii in legislating regarding our
liquor laws. Confine to legal question
of home Rile.
This cablegram was recolve'd this
nioinlng by tho nrm nf Thompson,
c,OI110Ila & wdcr fI(,m r ,:. TlloimH
soil, wlu) la now In Wellington,
It r mi imi'icdlulely communicated
to I rest lent Murgan of tho Chamber
or Ccimmoica ami President Waldron
of tliu Mei chants' Assoi latlon, who
pioccc N il In canvass the members uf
t lie oig-intaatlons with it view to fol
low lug lliu Riugi-'tiun confilned.
An result nf the rublo finm
Thompson, President Wnldron uf tho
Merchants Association tent tlifc fol
lowing e.ihlo to George. H. McClellan
'Present advised ask commercial
bodies prntest ugnlust Federal pcillce
Jurlutllctliin over Hawaii Hquur laws.
Cable slntus anil jour ndvlie.
Judge Wilder, In speaking of tho
cablegram, said, 'They seem to havo
been innro oc no In ths prohibition
campaign than tho peoplo down hen
anticipated. If they take tho right of
Consul Pfotenhauer Does
Kmperor Wilhtlm's lilrthday was
fittingly (ilnen ed througlioiit tho city
Tho noon hour was generally chos.
en by many to express their good
wishes for tho (luriiinn rulei's health
At tho (lermuii Consulate, In tho
llnckfeld building, "doings" In tho
vvnjt. of good cheui and I loch der
KuUcr were up to tho oxpectutlons of
all who had attended similar occa
sions in the past.
Among thoyo who paid their re
spects to the Ocrnian emperor through
Consul Pfotenhauer, wero dovcrnoi
4'roar, Major Fern, Army nnd Navy
ofllccrs, business men generally, Ter
rltorial olllclals and private) citizens.
Consul Pfotenhauer received tho
callcis nt tliu Consulate, asslstnd by
D. P. It, Isenbcrg and Mr. Schultze,
and whllo long llfo nnd good vlshes
for Emperor Wllhelm wero drunk In
spurkjlng champagne, tho Hawaiian
band, stationed outsldo the building
illscouised fle'iman itliu npproprlnto
to tho occasion. .
Long I.lvo tho Knl8er!
LONDON. Jan. 27. Final returns
show conclusively that the passage
of the Lloyd-George budget will be
passed by the incomine House of
Commons, and on the principal issue
before the people the Asquith gov
ernment has been victorious.
The passage, of all other legisla
tion, however, is dependent upon the
alliance of the Irish Nationalists and
the Laboritei with the Liberals. The
Liberals are returned in decreased
uumuws, uui. mc issue oi me nousc
of commons against the House of
Lords has cone adversely to the
SAYS RELATIONS ARE
CABLE ASKS FOR
imiicing our own Territory nwny from I
us thej might as well take away the
Legislature nnd the whohS business,
or ut least they are llkelj to do so be
foro they get through with It."
In an Interview with C. II .Cookn
chnliman of the License Commix)"
this morning. Mr. Cooko said: "Tho
Teirltorlal olllclals havo not been till
to enforce the law in rcgird to thij
liquor traffic, especially In the pout
try districts. Since tho law of I6'l7
c.mio Into effect tho law has b"en "iv
forced in the city of Honolulu but thn
country policemen mo lax and d nnl
seem to caro whether or not tho liw
"I hate to sec Congress feel that wu
aro not able to handle our own affairs
hero. .gtJH, I consider the, rjglrt en
forcement of this law- wilt b fotT'lhi!
betterment of tho Territory nt largo."
In an Interview with trod I,. Wnl
dron, president of tho Merchants' As
sociation of Honolulu this morning,
Mr. Waldron said: "Not in a thou
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ON S.S. MONGOLIA
Atkinson Cable Says
Three ; Hundred
Huselan Immigrants tiro on the way
This morning the Hoard of Immigra
tion received a cablegram fiom Spec
ial Agent A. L. C. Atkinson, who Is
now" In Ilaibln, that three liuudrel
Kusslun Inimlgi ants will arrive In Ho
nolulu on tho steamship Mpngollu,
due at this port on February 17. An
other lot of about tho same number
will follow on tho Tenjo Mnru, duo
on Febrilury 24. And It Is presumed
that moro will arrive regulnrly on Lit
or steamers, us a largo number havo
been piuvlously reported as passed.
Hie belief of the Immlgiatlon Com
mission Is that Mr. Atkinson Is en
deavoring to havo tho peoplo coriio
through In numbers that will allow
of (omfortablo accommodations on tho
stoamshlps and also to enable them to
bo favorably placed in tho Islands. As
ouch family has to be housed, time 1
required to provide oomfortablo quar
Commissioner Wodohiiiue stated this
morning that ho thought tho report
that the Russian families wero leav
ing tho plantations and coining to
town (HUHf. bo fin error. Ho hud not
heaiiof'iiB On tho contrary tho re
poiti wero that tho people wero con
tented and giving excellent account (jf
thomscdves. , ,,
ROME, Italy, Jan. 27. Disastrous
floods 'are sweeping Italy ns welt as
x ranee, otinougti We waters nave
done no such damage thus far as is
tecorded from Fans.
Pope Pius todav sent material aid
to "IIei-'rs in Paris.
TOKIO, Jan. 27. Baron Komura,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, replying
to an inquiry today, stated to the
Japanese Diet, now in session, that
the relations between Japan, Amer-
Ira. Rutiifl inrl Rhlna oro rnrrlisl mi
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the. Mancnnnan policy. These na
tions, the foreign minister Stated,
are united in their support of the
flolicv of the open door in Mnnchu-
ria and eaual opportunity for all th;
nf nil rnnntriM
PARIS, Jan. 27. The flood waters
of tne ftiver Seme ceased to rise for
a time today, and it was thought
that the wont of the terrible expe
rience with the floods was over.
Shortly after neon, however, the
floods rose again to heights beyond
the record figures of the past few
dajs, and the reign of terror was re
newed. Conditions in the city are appal
ling. Fifteen thousand workmen are
out of employment on account of
the enforced closing of their places
of employment, and over one hun
dred thousand workmen arc home
less. Many of these refugees are
leaving the city.
Public schools have been closed,
and the buildings are being turned
into barracks for the homeless poor.
Today the Foreign Office base
ments were abandoned, and the offi
cials are making their headquarters
in the home of President Fallieres.
The magnificent Notre Dame
church, the Mazarin palace and the
Louvre are flooded, and the beauti
ful structures that have been the
pride of the city for centuries, and
the center of art for the whole
world, are threatened with destruc
tion. In the disorganized state of the
city reliable information of condi
tions in the outside country is diffi
cult to obtain. Today the report
reached the city that the dyke that
protects the city of Oennevillers,
northeast of Paris, from the waters
of the Seine had been broken and
the city is completely inundated.
Tho possibilities of tho damago
that ma) be dono by a flood in tho
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As Itapid Transit car No. 14 was
coming down Nuiiunu stieet at 2:15
o'clock this afternoon, It collided
with n wagon in which three, jnung
men were driving, The oci'upnnts
weieull tin own out, nnd one of thorn,
Manuel Ctbr.it, au badly Injured.
Tho nt lie i two, Mumm! I'le'.-ns und
J, Moulz, escaped with but slight
im ralches Tho Iry-ned man .was
tiiliiui lu tho Queen'a Hospital ill
Institution's Report- For Year'
Shows Good Work
The ntinuiil meeting of the taahl been treated during the inr, of
Home was held on Wednesday aft- which 33 wore Hawallaus and put
eriioou nt the offices of Theo. II. Da- Hawallaus, the rest lielngi divided
vies k Co, Ltd. Alexander Young, up pretty evenly between sixteen na
tliu president, was in the chair, and tlonallties, tho principal being Amct-
'"sides the members there were
present Dr. Sinclair, incdlcil super-
Imcndent of the hfinie, and Dr.
lioud), who had been nsi.eu oy me
trusties to attend In order to ad-
diVss the meeting on the question
of the utitl-tubeiculosls campaign
i ow being Inaugurated In this city. I The president Informed tho mem
Aflei the reading of the minutes, bers that ut the last meeting of tho
the, treasurer, A. W. T. Ilottouiley, trustees u committee, tonslsflng of
presented his reort. This showed thai Messifc, A, W. T. Uottomlej and 0.
i. wliu- in thi i.olli'v of the trustees V. Da vies, hud been annoliiled to
of never refusing deserving upplica-
Hoiib it they could possibly avoid It,
the expendlturo for the past year
hud exceeded the .Income by $1,-'unil-tiibercu:oslB campaign without """ irn. was 4i,uuu in piiiii-up i
080.76. Out of u total revenue of conflicting with ur overlapping1 the j""'- This will leave a baluntu or ,
tl7,423.3S, onlj 1790.7B had been work of the' Central Anti-Tube. culo- ,r' ,u,) ticasury stock btlll to be dls
ic'ulvn.t from KnlirrlntlonB. the sis Committee. lie called oil til a " "' of'
other $10. 642.60 boing raised from
governuiunt and county subsidies,
pajlng patients, and Interest, on en-
Dr. Sinclair then read his report.
a ic'sume of which is printed below.
He showed that 108 patients had
SHOULD PLEASE ALL
Its Restrictions Are Not
1 ho proposed new milk ordinance Is
expected will meet with tho upnrrmil
of practically all local da.ijmen and
milk dealers. '
Practlcilly nil provisions Incorpor
ated In the new measure liuve bier.
dratted with a view of lni'ioslng lltt'.u
or no haidslilp upon tho small dnlij
Tho Health and Sanitation Commit
tee of tho City und County Doard ol
Supervisors met at tho city hall last
evening, at which were present Logan,
McClellan nnd Ajlett, City and Coun
ty Attorney Mllverton wus on hand
to lend assistance In tho framing up
of tho ordinance, '
Olio feature of note In the new
mciuuro Is the higher temperature
designated In the Honolulu ordlninco
In comparison to similar regula'lons
gnvorning cities on tho mainland.'
Milk, may ho kept at a temperature
of seventy-seven degreo here, whereas
it Is lequlnM at many oilier cities
that the lacteal fluid cnn only bo vend
ed nt a much lower temperature.
Tho tuberculosis test is Incorporated
In tho ordinance. This teat will be
made In this Instance without any
tost whatsoever to tho dalrjmen or
Tho Territorial Hoard of Health will
perform this offlco without expense to
tho dalrj and the city and county as
Tho ordlnnnco Is now rcadj,fpr prei
sontntlon beforo tho Hoard nt lis noxt
nn automobile and admitted for
, l't appears that1 the wagon, which
belongs to, tho government nursery,
was coming down Niiiinuu street and
was about seven feet from the car
truck, and about ten feet ahead of
tho cur, Just as ths car overtook
the wagon, tho mule whrch wus
drawing the latter, shied 'at some
thing ami drew tho vehicle "light lu
flout of the car.
Tho mr struck the
great foice, and the men who were
In It weio thrown out, Cilbral lit
on lils head, nnd when picked up
appeared to he In a had way.
leans (born), 13; and Portuguese,
to. nie lotui numuer or ueatns at
the homo during the jenr was twon-
ly-iwo, una oi uu me jus cases
tieuted during tho jeur, slxtj'-slx,
or U per lent., were suffcriug fiom
tubeTuiloHla of the lungs.
make n recommciidatton to tho mom-
hers as to tho best way lu which
they could Join in tho work of tho
tommlttea to present their tvport,
which Is as follows:
"Honolulu. Jan. 26,' 1910.
,"To the I'.enldeut and Members of
the I.culil Home.
"Sirs: Tho committee appointed
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SHOULD GO SLOW
City and County Solons
Make Stand For
Thero was a decided streak of icon-'Mi
omy dlsplajed at n special meeting of
the city and count) Hoard of Super
visors at noon today when a bill fur
fifty dollars was presented by Clt) and
County Phjslclan llruco McV. Muck-
all, for a regular monthly trip around ":"".' ,, " "u
tho Island In tho Interest of health 'T J?w"n'f ""' beB rca" ,hy
and sanitation. The claim was pre.,1"11 1', P; """?. ' motion
sentod by Aylett. who moved that It
bo adopted and paid. ',. , V . ... -""".
McClellan raised the llrst voice of, ,h" 1 tlielr presont ho Id-
nrnit ...nln.t ih ri,ii n,, iv, '" to nclle the Memiitl Biilldel
. . .,.. .,... - ., '
ivum, iiiui tliu vii uiiu i-uillllj pilBl-
clan had made tho trip in an nu'o
without, what he clutmcd,
sanction of tho Hoard
McClellan contended thnt tho propo-
sltlon of nn Inspection tour ,,,,',,,,
have been brought beforo the Hoard.
Tho Supervisor even went so far us
to stata Jhiit tho trip wus not neces
sary. It was a matter In which either
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IF YOU SHOULD DIET
Leave vour family a fixed income
MONTHLY INCOME POLICY
The Cost Is Low
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 FORT STREET
CAPITAL STOCK OF
More Lands Will Be
Acquired For Java
IS FIXED AT $44,600
Stockholders of Tanjong Olak Rub
ber Company Vote to Increase
Capital Stock by $50,000 Flan
At the meeting or the Tiinjong
Oluk Rubber Company this morning
lu the unices of Fred T. P. Wator
houe. It was iinnnlmouslj resolved
lo i.iciiMse the cipll.il stock from
S2U0,tM)U to S2rU,U0li, lu order to
iuJqulre the Meianll Hunilfl propertj-.
i " iiujuiuii inu innjong uiait
jHublier Compunj'a land, Tho. pur- '
.i-n Humes of the members pres-
ent in e as follows: F. Klamp. B. K. '
Mnhluni. Fred T. P. Watorhousc. F.
II. Damon, C. Itr Hemenwaj, W. II.
lllce Ji W. H. Mclnernj, (I. s!
WatcihuiHe, P. II. Isenberg, A. M.
Mcllfjde. ,Monls Itosenbledt. W. W.
Thujcr, U, It. Ilorton, . Sihultze,
li 11. WoilehoiiBe, It., 11. Anderson.
Those represented by proxy are us
follows: K. C. WatVrhouse, Albert
Waterhouse. Mrs. A. II. Isenberg. II.
I. llrodle, J. p. Kiimniiiiwnl. (1. 1".
ItanMii, J. II. Atherton Kstute. Mrs.
John Waterhouse. O. O. Fuller. A.
N. Haj selilen, (l. N. Wilcox, A. S.
Wlliox. C. W. Ilaldwlu, J. ii. Hole.
(1. It. IJwiirt Jr., J. Ilijunt, C. II.
HofganidJ. D. Dole, linns Isenbng,
F. C. Atliuluu, A. Huniko, Mis. M. ,
K. Muter, i:. A. Mott-Siiillh, Aubrey
Itobliison, F. 11. Wehcr, Klumiur Wa
tuihuiibe, Capt. J. (liegory, Mis. if. ,
III. Wliil.X. Marcilret Wiiti.rlimmi.. -
s. Ida Watei limine, Mrs. C. It.
Hemenwaj, T. llrjant. J. o. Young.
i-uurn i.. .Maiqius, u. II. Wlleox. II.
S. Truseott, L'thel K. Wlleox, Caro
line L. Hodge, A. Ilos. ,
The chair was occupied by Paul
Isenberg. After the minutes of tho
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After Mr. Waterhouse had
explained the several questions put
to him in regard to this new estate,
which has been ucqutreji mid whli-lt
he has personally inspected. It wits'
unanimously dctlilea to purthase the
This will tome Into bearing In
1912. It consists of sixty acres fell
ed once, lift j acres 2 1-2 jcam old,
twentj-one acres three jenrs old,
thirty acres 1 1-2 jears old, eighteen
uercs eight months old, twentj'-flvo
acres felled und burned, which wilt
bo planted this jcar. The trees
show good growth. There nro ac
(onimodatlons for fifty coolies, as
well ns a manager's bungalow. Tho
estnto Is w,ell drained,
Mr. Wntorhouse read a letter from
a air respondent who had made an
oxhuustlve examination of the es
tate, lu which It was stated thnt It
would be u pity fo let an outsider
acquire the propcrtj. Thtit It was
easily worth tuo.ouu In gold to tho
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Thomas A.'Kdlson eajs that 200
j ears from now the poor man will
,llve as well as does any ono with u
,,$200,00(1 luionie today. Tho sweat-.iif-tlic-lirnw
labor handed down from
j Admit also is to be abolished by la-
Tannka, the Jnpancso who so far
forgot himself as to hit a geisha girl
with a sako bovvl, was sent over to
February 1 for trial, at tho Police, j
Some doctors llvn well nt tho cv.iJK
pense of those who ure III, liiJarlBfl
v w i.
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