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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4529.
ACT ON PROHIBITION
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Of Fleet Here
DenVer and Galveston in Port From
Orient Dig tight To Arrive om ior jonnson proniDition dui, dut toaay ae
On Monday tided to recrihsider vpte and take up the bills for
' Tim "Ills niclit" Included In tho I'a-
rlllr fleot, Itonr Ailmli.il Hurbcr
ciitutiiandpr-ln clilcf v. Ill arrtvo tit Ho-
miltilii cm yiuulav tilglit nciordlng to
IIiq latest wlrcliss ndvlrcs rc-elved
liy Item Admlt.il Hecs til lite I him I mi
Tito crulsnr1 squadron Incl'ilhu tltu
Tennessee, California Smith Dikota.
mill Washington, of the first division
mul cruisers Wuiit VlrRlnli Colnrailn,
Mnrjlutid Hint IViiiiKjIvsnla uf ttio rec
mul division will bo aMttgrnM tu berths
In the barbur n they aru nvallublo.
Kevenli'cn ilajs frt)in (Itiaiti, th
rnilsers Denver unit Onlotoii of lite
fliHt illvlulon of 'the thlnl Hiiuudron nr
rlveif off tlio H)rl rurly IliU liinrninK
mul tlio Denver wnx hhsIkiipiI to tttu
Kort street wliiirf, wlille tlio OhInpr.
ton Ih now lujlng uloiiKldu the (,'hiit-
ti.l wii irr - 1
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORTSMOUTH. N. H., Jan. 28 r
Thc attempt made today by three
naval prisoners to make their es
rape resulted in the killing of one
of the men and the fatal woundinc
cf n second. A third was captured
without beintr wounded.
(lovernor I'lenr has up.inlnk'il W,
A. Kinney, J. W. l't.itl hint W. W.
Harris aa nicinbcrH of tho loninih.siiin
on iidv.inceH to homesteaders, nnttnr
lied by the resolution liitindiiced by
ltepichonttitlvv Castro nt thu upo:lal
ichslon nt tho 190!l l.elmjliirc. Tho
luiiuci weio endorsed today by tho
naptilillc.in Territorial Central Com
Vnrloty of securities dealt in ills
tlliRtilslicd tho business loported on
tho Stoik i;x.lmngo today. Thcro
watt n llttlo'ot most eveijthliiK at
very Rood pilies, Hawaiian AgrUul
turn! attracting tho most attention,
pci haps on aciomit of a salo of
tweho. shaics at 240, the last pre
vious sale being -l!'.
Kuttal Itallvvay hoiids Jumped 'to
1U1, which Is speaking pietty well
for this new CLitilty lloatod by the
Hawaiian Trust Compauj. Oahu
Hallway Bold at 102.
Hvvu shaded off to 33,S7u on an
offering of one hundred and fifty
thu res. Oahu Is fairly stiong at
:il.2u, and Houokaa held strong nt
L'Z.IiO on u halo of two hundred and
forty-five shares. Makavvvil sold nt
&:t between bnaids, mid Hawaiian
Coniiuerclul nt 38.75. Mcllrjde
wound up tho da)'s business with a
bale of tvyent).(lVB Blinies at 7.
Yesterday afternoon nn iilarni was
turned In from the Insane As)luui to
tho polke station. A lunatic had
escaped and the warders weio all
un tho lookout for him.
This morning ut an early hour It
vvaa reported that the man had been
wen In tlio KakHiikn dlstilrt, and n
turnkey was at ouia.soi)t down to
louita him. After a long hunt tho
mnu was dlrnvppd and the palm)
wagon convojcil him hack to tlio
I J , Jfci XOMU. u itJ.. ,K..,ki ;i, . .
ttaM---------r,"MrTiraf ,..ii .ii.'.'.".i.v.i.iri'.-iii i ' a
Tlio Ik over mul (lllvcslon. wlllcll
uro ii part nf Hear Ailtnlr.it '(Hies II. I
Harbor's Hoot, which for the past two
)ears has been stationed in riiiuppitic
ami Astatic waters, will remain licru
fur n uiilt nnil tntcn fin il rimiiiIv nf
1 lie veycl hud hardly KPCttrcd their
tho inun bpRjn tumbllnR
e and nreiuralloiiK were
der the able mul preparations
uniler way nl onco for puttlnt? tho coal
In'o tho litiukoiH.
Tho Oahenton mid the Denver con-
ttinie to wear tho while drtaa so prov-1
aicm in Aaiatic waiera uy American
war -85oi. inecriuhCMii naiiea irom . llonii , an. oti10r toxlcntlnif bev
Cavlte nn January 1. They made tho .......... ni .. 1 1.. i ,.i,'i..,, ....
trip tu Otiani In a 'trifle over five .lays C,rn?.e , , ", n whntOM,r- ur
mid lemalned nt the Inmtlar American l,,l(n muwlnsly allow uth iiiami
iH)KtiBloii until January 12. failure or wile In uny nhop, reBttiu-
lliu tnunvro BUllcu iriilll
At Ohkiii, tho .ru(jcrito( on.oal
lOnilnuCu On rune Xl
ALAMEDA MAY BE
Bad Weather Responsible
Tho weather for several hundred
miles outside of tho port of San Trail
Cisco Is appai ently not piopltlous for
fast steaming of liners on tho Honolu
Tho Oceanic steamer Alameda ha
encountered soma vety had vveatheri
according to wireless reports. Advices
iccelvcd nt tho local agency yostorday
and this, morning aro ntoro favorable,
and show that thero has liven a derid
ed chaiigo for the hotter. Tho meH
sago sent from tho Alameda Inst oven
Ing reports that vessel 37C miles oft
Honolulu, steaming through light;
brecios and Binonth seas and the pre
diction Is mado that tho Alamula will
nrrlvo hero at 9 o'clock this evening.
Among other Itcnu tho vessel Is bring
ing Kovoaty-slx cabin and sixteen steer
age passcngora and 243 sacks of main
land mall. '
The Matson Navigation liner I.ur
lino evidently met with tho same treat
ment from tho elements as tho vessel
noired the California coast ns her
cabled arrival lit San rrnuclscn Indi
cated that aho was eight days In mak
ing tho trip up from Honolulu,
AT HAWAII COLLEGE
Instruction In neveial new subjects
will bo offered at tlio College of Hn-.
wall with the begliinlinj of thn second
semester, Jnntinry 31. A practical
courso In horticulture and plant prop
agation will be offered. Tho work will
Include clans room work aloug wlthj
practice wiiu needs anil seeming, cut
tings and a oturty of fruit and orna
mental plants. Tho courses In cooking
and sowing will bo continued. Tho
class In cooking gets not only practice ,
In tho preparation of foods hut ali-til
Instruction In food composition and
dietetic principles. Tho work In buw-
Ing consists In tlio study and maiilpii.
latli.u of various fabrics, their quail-
ties and uses. Courses In wood uml
, , ..,. , , ., .
mm tvunuiiK "im flnup practice, anil
cements and their manipulation aro
No passengeis or freight was left
at Honolulu by tho Japancso freight-
er MatiBhu Mam, wlilth nrilved otT
tho harbor this morning, en route
from Hongkong to Valparaiso. Tho
vessel is expected to get away for
ino noma Anicnrnn pnn huh even-
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
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8 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OT-KAWAII, FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1910. 8 PAGES
Senate Recdnsideif Vote
tee voted to report djurtis substitute prohibition
The Jolitieon prnlillilllon bill la tin
Ho It emitted by tho Semite mid
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cinbleil, 1 hut any pernou. extept ,
. ORla herelunf ler Hpecltled. ho
iflinll miiiiiifucture or nell, dlteUly or
Itidltectly. or extiono for wile or ml-
crt Uo im for nalc In mild Territory i
uy lnoim, malt, or fermented lln-l
,. ,,i nliv nl inr llltnll-nt nif linv. I
jn1ti.lioli'ldruB store, or" bulldliiB
ur iiiiiiibv niiii;ii nn tiwus yr vuir
tlids, or who shall give uvvay tiny In-
tutlcntlng drink except. In his own .
privaio lesiiM-nre, snun ou puiiiiucu
b)' n flno not pxccedlhg five liiindred
dollars ndV Imprisonment for not
low thnn ono month nor more than
live )ears, with forfeiture to the
Territory of all llqtiorH mid bar-room
LONDON, Jan. 28. The latest re
turns from the elections show that
the Liberal party are three votes
short of an independent majority
over the Unionists.
The figures are: Liberals, 262:
Nationalists. 77; Laborites, 40;
This assures a majority for the
budget of one hundred and fifteen
votes, the Nationalists and the La-
boritcs voting on this issue with the
nnvpp v t- oa -
- rr- ,inB-i H. The
British destroyer Eden was driven
ashore today. All on board were
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 28.
President Taft today appointed F.
w, Parker as Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Territory
of New Mexico. Parker is now serv
ing and was reappointed.
ny-"f-or Rent" cards on sale l
the Bulletin office.
1 , . ' 1 - - A . A , -s
Taken! ' On Curtis Bill
jpeoruary eieventn. iviuinj.
fixtmet and futnlturo found on the
pioiiilK"; 'mid It Bh.tll be lliu Hill)
of dllll:t Httornejs mid of till ex-
., ..nr.u i.. ...A..t.. n .in.
i, . i. .,. n.i ,.
Hec. 1 lhil for a mtoiid or cubHe-
(uent uini rtlon the line mm imp. ikoii-
"" 'al '"e ""hlc that or the pie-
co,"k n'?'." """ '". "'. '" "
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HCL LI AN'S ADVICE
chanti' AttocUtlon, received tht fol
lowlnrj reply to the cable ant yetter-
day U George' B. McClellan, following
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TSUI' i. .u. ...kihiiu.
.m.nV KbrSry Jlv5?. S
,on b the C9mmefci, bodies favor-
n th, principle of telfgavernmer'i
would have Influence." .. I
Case Investigated But
Found To Be Not
The death of a Tlllplno from n
party conslstlng-fjf one hundred and
four, sent aboard thn Ton Klsen
Kulsha liner Chljo Maru nt Hong
kong, caused a dela)ilu the granting
of prntliiue to that vessel late yes
terday afternoon, with the result
Hint the Japanese vessel did not coma
up to her berth nt the llackfeld
wharf much before 40 o'clock last
Tho trip neross from Yokohama
was a pleasant ono according to the
nfflceis. The vessel met with fair
weather most of the way. TheChl)o
is not crowded, but Bhe has tlio
usual iimmnpolltan list of pansongcrf
Journeying fiom l"ur Kastern ports.
riftcen lay-over passengers leave
tho vessel nt Honolulu. Many are
the wives uml families of naval of
liters connected with the Paclllc
(Continued on Face S)
IF YOU SHOULD DIET
Leave your family a fixed income
MONTHLY INCOME POLICY
The Cost Is Low
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
923 FORT STREET
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by forfeiture of tlio bulIdlrTg to tho
Sw. . Thnt mi nRcncy for the Male
or aiconol roi meillenl purpo.ifin Kliall
e I'MuulW-fil h the aoVernor of
tlio Terrltoty In llonoliilti and hiicIi
ltr ,m ,. ,u.Klla, xmiWr
c1l rll an ho iim make In charKe or
aB,.,ltK iu, iu ,MK), (, hn)l Rlc
tideqitale IiouiIh to m-ll only on in-
rlitlin of n llcenwil ih -lcjtt. and
o Keen an nccurute resuier or every
-.i nw.....h ...u I'uiumm uini lm;
See. 4. That thin Art shall tnke
effect tluec lnuntliH after IU enact-
win. .. ..lnM i.. nuAn.i.i..i. ,i.
I views held h) cltlteus of Honolulu
Jon tho nppircut piospect of the Kcd-
i erai government usurping llie pow-
crs of lno Territorial government, a
t7'"w "' i,B,w?I,,1.' V" WCU.r.CU
toc,"' " ihl twwlulllty forecasted by
Vrank Thompson's telegram. The
(Continued on Page 4)
PARIS, Jan. 28. Continued ris
ing of the waters of the Seine has
intensified the terror and widened
the area of devastation wrought in
the midst of the city of Paris.
The heart of the City is complete
ly devastated, and a scene of ruin
is presented that is greater than any
brought about by the wars and rev
olutions of which the magnificent
landmarks have been the center in
years eone by.
Todav the pa'ace of the Legion of
Honor was evacuated and twelve of
the thirty-five bridges that cross the
Seine within the fortifications were
closed to traffic.
The water has flooded the famous
Luxembourg Gardens and the Champs
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 28
Louis R. G'avis is still on the stand
in the investigation of Secretary of
the Interior Ballinger. His time to
day was taken up with telling of the
Cunnincham claims out of which de
veloped the Alaska coal lands scan-.
aat, ana wnicn lumisn tne main fea
ture of the charges against Bal
linger. V- BULLETIN ADS PAY -
Law Has Been Openly
AIIpIuk thnl the Mntuil T leplioin'
Coiupali) In violating tin1 Iii'.v and In
frltiKliiK upon the rlchts mid prlvlt
e;e of tin Kltind.ird Trlepliotm Coin
pan), as guaranteed by entietiiieiit if
the I eglrla ure. In ilPleriulnliu to
iilnre Its when underground, suit w.i
Instlttite.l in the CiiPtill Court lliUmr law ami military to tho lights otj
moinlng by the holder of lite major-1 tlio plaintiff li.nr lorn mul dug up and'
Itv of tho stork of thn Standard mid
an liijiiite'lon atUed for. rvMi.llu.ugjioid'K and hlghwa) In the City iiinl-J
thn .Mutual from piocepillugM Willi Its
The petitioners for tho Injunction
Bre Paul tl. It-cnhctg, K, K, Thompson
and Harry Ariiiltagc wbo.arn declared
to control the' niajurlt)' nt'llm Mock
of thu pflniplatniot enrporalloii,
- 'The bill of' complaint recllfs 1h it
the Staudsrd poshesses the et'i tv
rlchta and pilvllejuv of poudii!' e m
structlon for tho
purposes of telephone
CAPT. JOHN ROSS
HAS PASSED AWAY
Weil-Known Resident Dies
After Long Illness
Captain John Hobs died shortly he
ro ft the noon hour today, after a long
Millet's ft oin cancer of tho stomach.
During the last twml) -four hours he
Tho passing of Captain (loss re
moved ono of the most wldel) known
men of the Islands among old timers.
Ho camil to the Islands Over forty
jenrs ago in the servlco of the United
Stales Navy. At one time bo was In
charge of tho operations of the Amer
ican (Ittann Compan) nt tho guano Is
lands; he served as captain of tho 8,
M. Ward and was at one time man
nger of tho Pilucovllle plantation. Of
Into .vears he has lived In retirement
hero In Honolulu.
MRS. DR. RUSSEL
DIED IN NAGASAKI
l'i lends of Dr. Nicholas Ilitssel,
who Is now living In Nagasaki, Ja
pan, received the following by lo
d.i)'s runtl: "In accomplishment of
n snd duty, I beg to Inform the
ft lends and niqiialntniupB of my
wife nnd llfe-mato, I.eocadle Uitssel,
hoi n Hhebeko, i.f her demise nt 'Na
gasaki on January 3, 1910, after a
short Illness, lequehtlng them to u
Mrs, Hiisse) was very well known
In ' Ohm and Hlb). nnd by u latgo
number of people In this city. She
was a ver) leflned, nttinttlvo nnd
hlglil)-edtieited woman, equipped to
Jolif the ranks of lltem-ed ph)lrlnns,
t'hoiigh she did not prartlso during
her renldonco In the Islnmls.
Since leaving this Territory. Dr.
Hussiil has been living In Nngnsakl,
fiom which vantage point he has
been earr)lug on his revolutionary
ptopagaudii against the Ilusslnn gov
Tho following wireless, received last
night, glveu the llllonlau's position
and conditions surrounding:
H, 8. Hllonlan. Jan 27, 8 p. in.
To Castle 4 Cooko Ltd.
Six hundred and sixty-six miles from
Honolulu, Calm, clear nnd smooth
weather. I.atgu long northwest swell.
(iiiiiiiiun'riiHuti hj rciron of Act CO ofJ
. ... ;b
no M'riin uinn or iji .. H la maiciii
Hint nt no time In Hi twenty-nix j
jearn of Mk cxImU'Im did tho Mntn.iU
;TJcnliuuo Company attempt to nmko'fl
umi in the underground s)Mom or pun- i
s ruction ami "II.,. t without aiitliorltyV
Is Hbnttt to tear and dig un tho vtroctH.
County of Hoiiolulit.
The cinitMi'loii of tho Standard rests'
ontlreh nn (he claim of an cxclti'sho"
rlulil In tii.tnll ii piinilnlt mi Htmti 'iiftkTi
tnipphotilc eoiumunlcntloii and la based !
iipi n tro ennt'ment of thu Territorial1
l vvl si a I pre In thp scar 103.
i'i vfotts reiptests have been tnatle'
i ne comptnin rurtiier states tliat,"
n,Mii tin! Attoinny (leiier.il of the Tor-
(Continued 'on Tagc 2.) .
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MANAGUA. Jan. 28. The partiri
pants in the trial and execution of
the two Americans, Groce and Can
non, have been acquitted on the
gTOund that they carried cut the ex
ecution of the two Americans acting
under absolute direction of Zelava.
and that they can not be held to be .
giimy or responsioie lor tne execu-
lion. 1 if
No Let Up ; i;
On Merger Suit ;
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.). '
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 28.
President Taft today denied the plea
made by Robert S. Lovett for ,j the
disso'ution of the suits broucht bv
the Attorney-General of the United
States for the dissolution of the mer
eer between the Southern Pacific and
Union Pacific railroads. This meant
that the Government is determined
to prosecute. the suits vigorously.
SHIPS POLICE PATROLi
Sherirf J.irretl hns mado nil arrange- ,
i.tvinn null iiuiii iu lliu iiruin villi Ufc i
tho I'leet's visit ti Honolulu. Tho'J
Damn airuiimuiipiitii will tin In ri?iin5
as when last tho men-of-war werutti W
Tho t-hlps will have their own pa-
tl,.lu fill, .....1 H.I.Ih I... i,lr hlnu ..111
bo nt tho (Hillti) station, Nu troublojf
" ...tv, mm lllll IIV.1IIIIII.1IIVII1 Hlll.i.'1
wimtmcvcr lb aullclpitcd, and'lho?
JncklPs am expecleil to bp as well be
hnved :ib they were on their pievlous
No opium was found by ft ho searches
us who went over the Japanese.!
liner Chl)u Maru while I) Ing at tho?
port this morning. Tho Chlyo ManvS
was visited by n delegation of iui;J
loins ntnilalH, who mado n careful
seaiili of tho (iitarters occupIed-byi
I lie new Of lute there has been' a
lonslileiiibb) umuiiiit of opium un
etu tiled at Sun I'lancltco nu a result?
of a scouring of vestols arriving thero
fiom tho Orient,
l'liAltS Alii: entertained for tnaj
safety of tho well-known four-mast
ed schooner Minnie A. Calne, whlcal
Is now long overdue on n yoyagoj
from Haiphong, China, to Puget
Sound, Tho yessel is 105 da)$out1J
t'om tho coast of Asia, during whlclti
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iiuio siieuns uui ovvu spoNe