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From San Franeiicos
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For Snn lrancisco:
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Makura Feb. 1
EVENING Sf LLET1N
a story bv Stewart Edward White, is
now running in the Bulletin in
Bulletin Publicity is Pfjplical Publicity because it reacts the people
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 43
Will Meet On Next Friday To Indorse
Successor To Judge
Tlie liar Association will net on
tlie Indorsement of n successor tu
Judge Do Hull on the bench of the
Cli cult Couit Friday nftcrnoon at 4
o'clock, ot'-whlch time notifications
will tunc liovii In 1 lie hands o ull
Illl'lIIVL'IS U Will 1U.Z1ICUIIIU.1 IU no
'present and evprcss themselves In 1
lonnucitun with tho linloi-ocniciit ot 1
n .successor to De Holt. 1
That there will be n s'tiong elfoit
made In tho Intcrvnl to ire pa re a
"slate" for one of the candidates I
apparent to many attorneys, but ns
fur ns the rani; nnd lite of the as- j
nidation personnel Is conit-rml thcro
appears to he quite a division of
opinion on the question ot the new
It Is understood Hint Assistant
United Slates Attorney William T.
Kawllns ivlll hmo strong support In
the naming of the association's
FISTIC STARS ON
Smoker Planned For This
Week - Bouts By
Honolulu npuits will bo Riven an
opportunity of witnessing somo clean
hoxluK'bouts nt u smoker to bo given
on bo.11 d the tnlted States flagship
Tennessee, hcloro that vessel sails
for San Frnhclsco with tho Hoot.
'lliu dato has not yet been set but
many of tlu details of tho ovent have
nlie.idy been fettled and tiiu proKram
Klcs promtso of belli,? a last and
At le.itt thire preliminary LoutJ
have bun nnaiiKcd, all u.nu haviiiR
been Lutlsfactorlly urruiiKfd yeutor
hiy. 'Hid piiilnilnnrleH ull hcivo to
lirlni; out tho tlstlc quallllch of sqv
ti.il yiiuiiK fellows who Invo achieved
Koine, repulallon wllliln the mpiared
rliclo. Tho piclliiiluuilci Include ,1
Ko between Itiilarlo vcisiu Unll.ulc In
six lounds nt 142 pounds. Then comes
Iliulard versus Ulbbs In a four-rouuil
contest nt 130 pounds. Tho third pro
llmluaiy will bo between Worthari
uml Moravi-c, who will lht four
lounds at 122 pounds.
Tho hie event of course Is the fif
teen loiiiul k botweon McDonald nnd
Ollclt each wclRhlnK In at 130 pounds.
'I ho McDonald-UlIck go Is ono Hint Is
mi dux nuny .URiiuicnts on tho ship
i'H both aru theiu with tho Roods, and
llieio ii(o xl hnxt cf niiioiterK on
rlllior lido,- (lllc't, thl h'l.ify bljtl.
rnilh h a C3iiii'iravuir nuw man
on He 1 hip, huU'lhiKp .'lm Irtvo s'jrn
linn worl; on' ui vuiy mtluihl iuiu
:ml llii'iirn McO'iimM v-ho cuilcrf n
I'll.et to Dii'.inn t hi In p-tr.cr n.'tt is
tm well known tu cill'fui nrlher cum
ni"it. 'i liln roi lo Is fci lllO Jlllt
welu'hl r;i:mip.'o:ithli of tbn "eimj-4
ice, mi 1 It Is sail 'he iiMcr will ny
for tlijj" tloet chump!oni.hlp, must
llldify In soiitlvm walera dir'"";
rpiliifs t.irKst piartluo. Tin aitlc'.us
of ajr'K'iiicnt his Maned 'ind fcrfclt
pos'ed. an 1 n-iii m fol'ow :
I ItcuudB I'ol to ovci j in. o' 3 m'n
utoi iii-itl(.ii in 1 mlniito rst,
V'olRht lint til oeccd 138 pounds
! or tiiko 2 p'lii.iiU. Clopu b.eak.
I'eli nn I "i 1 -in t to pjici forfeit of
J20 to b.'nd fiqht. Purse 75 and 25
In addition to Jliu Imxlns thcro will
In iiuible nl i-pcrlalllos and whllo
1111 iloflnltn pru Ibhm lias been inndo
tor lefreUimenlii, such as lunch nnd
choice for the place on the Circuit
bench. Ilawllns Is u candidate for
the place and Is favorably regarded
bv a number nf tho nksnrlnttnn mum.
bcishlp, who have stuted that thoy
will Biipport the cundldacy ot Raw
lins when his name comes 1111 for
cuiuldeintlon. In addition to Iluw
II113 v.; possibilities of tho liar An
lOSi.ttlon choice Is Wnile Wnrreii
Thnver, who has been uiKljby Ills'
fiiemU to go Into tho frdy and se
cure the Uar AssociatlonU favorable
consideration of his name ns a candi
date for judicial honors.
Dlstilct MaKistrnto Andrade Is tho
thin! man who will figure "nt the
mcetluK IVIday. his aspirations be
ing based on long nnd'efflcleut ser
vice on. the bench offfhe Ulstrlct
In nn effort o Icitrn -rwliclher
Continued on Page 4.
ORIENTALS BUSY ON
Chinese Consul To Have
Decorated Car. In
The Orientals of Honolulu nro cer
tainly doing thoir part to mnko tho
1910 Horn I Parade the host that has
over been Been in the 'Territory.
Yesterday some 200 Chinese citizens
tool; the matter up in regnrd to their
cutty. It was unanimously decided
that n float typical of China should
be In the parade, nnd not only that,
Wit Hint this float iliould bo the fin
est over seen horo and ho nhead even
of that representing Oerninny or
Theso 200 representatives of tho
Celestial Kingdom hnvo suhscilbed
handsomely to the fund, so that al
ready n largo nmuunt Is on hand to
begin the designing und decorating
ot this Mont. All theso subset Ibers
have entered heart and soul Into the
undertaking nnd nro determined tu
make their float the best amongst
the International entries. .
Ills Excellency Liang Kwo Ylng,
the new Chinese Consul, has been in
vited to put In a. decorated car. Mr.
Sun, his secretary, paid a visit to
the 1'loral 1'arndo rooms yesterday
mid stated that tho Chinese Consul
was delighted .with the pioposltion
and had detoi mined to dciCirnto an
automobile In bucIi u manner that
It will bo one of the conspicuous
fentuius ur thrj dlvUiou ot tho
The Commercial Club of this city
has started work upon Its cntry"uiid
hns planned an ciitlioly new lloral
design foi Its car. Thin will be, one'''
of tl.u Ltupilsiu of the parade, As
thq iitmoit socioey Is being molii-
tallied in legujti to this rnf.1 ,l'"
TI10 InpEiieto Merchants' AssOclB-
IIdu has taken mi Inteiest in 'il'i'A'
roitlicouilng Floral I'.uade and has
p Tuilsed tu uupport It In the best
iy if i'usiimiu, nuiji iiniinciuiiy nnu
btheiv.iie. ' Al pietent thc-ro Is u
goad deal of filendly rivalry ho- 1
tvvtfon the Chlneso nud Japanese clt-
izsits if Hiiiinliilii In legal d to their
lespectlvo 1'o.its. Kach wishes to
iiutiln tho ulhor In the beauty nud
(Continued n Tatrc 2.)
dilnkablis, there will be hinokin? inv
lerlal In nlian lfiico, It has lm-u a
long II1110 since flio IVuneckio Iri3
ilyne tlicj liouoiH, b.it when she dojs,
tliu does It right.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAYfFlBRUARY 1, 1910 10 PAOES
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 1.
At a result of the conferences that
have been held within the ranks, of
the Reoublicnn nartr during the re
cent Attempt to reach an under
standing between the regulars and
the insurgents, it was announced to
day that the insurgents have-pledged
their support to the Admiautration
on all policies except the'rooosed
ship subsidy bill and the'law fcr
Federal license of corporations doJn?
an interstate business.
It is not certain that all the in
surgents will oducsc these two meas
ures. The leaders merely state that
Ihey aie not agre:d and contejmni
ly will not act as a unit in theie
NEW1 YORK, Feb. 1. Pugilist
Jack Johnson was indicted by the
Grand Jury today for assault on a
negro in one of the hotels of the'
79 Are Dead
PHIMERO. Colo.. Feb. 7. Seven.
ty-nine men were killed in the ter-
-thl. l. Al....,krZ.iZS. lie"
.. Xi i j 1 j 1 V xuci""t fioiu Sail yranclfco nmlUlia (lold
I:.j "-" "" , ic-
V.U1111K iurij-iwD Doaies.
RESTORE IMMIGRATION MONEY.
WASHINOTON. D. 0.. Feb. 1
The Senate aooropriation committee on Snturdpy Admlrol Uriel Sebrc
voted today to restore the item of .will transfer his Hag to that vciee
$125,000 in the Urgency Deficiency from the Tenncn.ee. Tho adinlrnl'i
Bill for the Immigration Commis- Hag will lly from tho California .until
sioni This item was struck out of It is h.iule.l down lor tho Inst time on
the bill by the House, on the ground' Tebruary 19. The California Is one
that the trio of the commission to of four cruisers Included lii 'llm llr.l
fcurope was merely a iunket.
There will lio'n mnotlnir nt llm
Dlamniii! Ilpmly nt 7-rtn tl.u nvu,.inir '
nt tho Odd Fellows Jlull. A proposal
that the c'ub secure headquarters on
the waterfront will bo dismissed, nnd
it Is )03slble that Homo favorablo ur-
rnngomentB may bo made.
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: ' wmrmnmi&siv: imwii ihiii
" ' . mm&mWMzmim$mmtmimimRmL
' ' ..'.aBiMsssrirr i 1 MJMii 7? n Viir" && IKEmmJ$!BlK
VKBKHrrit . JEimmsI !r ' 1 MIR7'wavasnissYBissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBssn?! JKRVVI
, !Z"-I " r-i rr?.;i:jnin "--..- - "
KNOW OF Mm CAPTURE
17 THOUSAND MILES
I klfl IIh
The Big Eight Now At the
FAR EASTEMI CRUISE
WAS MEMORMLE ME
Long Distance I Covered Without
Mishap Shows Staunch Ships
and Able Personnel California
Seventeen thousand and ) Ixty-slx
mllM wl 1 be covered by the Aniarl
can cruller comprising tho "Din
Eight,'1 w lilcli now are riding at anch
or fct Honohilti heforo they return to
fisn F"rjiuclco and romplrl n rrui"
which will ronsunio the better part of
If wm.ou tho fifth div of )st Sep
tember that the llanslilp Tnnesfco of
Iliy first division of the. Pacific Meet
nud Hu'CalHornpi, Honth l)notii
Wabhlnuton, und erou I division In
Ilear-Adntiral Uriel Sebrce, Commander-in-Chief
of Pacific Fle:t.
eluding the 'vtt Virginia, Colorado
' '""'" 1 iciiiisivaiii.i. sauep
Ul (3nl nml coniiiiBnwcil thoir mem
or.ilile criili'Q to ihu l'ar 1:1st.
The New Flagihlp. .
The crulBcr California has boon de
Ignated as the ruining flagship of Hit
I'nrlfln. lie. I nn,l It lu ..v,.,.,l il,
division or the Pacific fleet. Him lint
eighteen gnus whllo the Tennessee
Coiling Joyous But Dirty.
Ju)ous melody and ragtime airs
prevailed 011 the naval slip throughout
thu day while the big embers Mary
i land and tho Tennessee- woro being
(Continued on Page 6)
OF jUE "'ACiriC FLEET NOW IN
SEOUE, Ke-re. Feb. 1. Kavau
rioter in South FkoMta were pnte
tically in coatrol of the sitattiea to
day, although a lively battle ni
foupht by the oficen and peliee au
thority. Japanete and Korean officials af
the place were murdered in coM
blood bv the rioters, and the twain
ment buildings were tVarned to the
ground. Ten of the Korean rioters
NEW YORK. Feb. l.The Repub
licans of the New York-delegation
to Congress have issued a declara
tion that they will act as a unit in
aiding the Administration to redeem
the pledges .of the party in Federal
Wards of Paris
PARIS. Feb, 1. Conditions fol
lowing the terrible flood are quite
as heart-rending as during the days
when the disaster was a its height.
It is estimated that fully two hun
dred and f.'ty thousand psople are
suffering for the necessities of life.
Hie death roll will run high, al
though the people ,and the authori
ties are using every measure to cope
with the situation
PROTECT' COAL LANDS.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 1
A bill was introduced in the House
today setting aside fifteen thousand
acies of Alaska coal lands as a na
tional coal reserve.
PURCELL IS SENATOR.
WASHINQTW. TJ. n. Vh, 1
I MM "!-
W. E. Purccll 7as named United.'0 'iti'rt"ln tho visitors.
States Senator f.om North Dakota1 At Prwnt Mr. Adama docs not
to-lay. (know whether the Columbia Hoys art
Japan Asks About
Local Representatives of Mikado Are
Instructed To Make Full
The Imperial Japanese Government
has directed the Inttltutluo of a local
Inquiry and the preiiarntlonTif a r
port, apparently by Its consular rep
resentatives, whereby It will obtain
full light on the circumstances sur
rounding the selsure and arrest of
twenty-tbrec Japanese bird poachers re-t of the pinchers nt Laysnu and
on l-aysan Island and tho conllseitlnn the seizure of their materiils.
of the bird leathers and wings that ' Win action thit Japanese Cavern
were secured as a result or the expo- ment may decide to take ns far'os re
union made' to I.ayssn by the Thetis, cuests fur information nt Washington
It Is staled that direct nezu'latlons may b concerned. It is presumed,
will bo begun by the Japanese Oov- will rest largely 111 on the nattim nf
erament with the Department of State
at Washington and representations
snade to secure any farther light on'
the work of the poachers that tu -y n'Jt
be aecureO locslly by the renrwuv
'" -" v"iiiiirui,
1 ik A T" l,ro,,rc"tlon of the Jspanpm ar
(ho hands of the United Slates mi-
NO NEWS OF, THE
Makura Left Suva Two
Days Late Owing To
Captain (llbb of tho Makura hail
wirelessed to Theo. II. Davles & (Jo
that he cannot posMhly arrive In Ho
110I11I11 beforo Wednesday ovenltig. Oi.
Sunday night ihu veshcl was thvi
1000 inlleHotT port. The Makura wn
late In leaving Suva ns sho remaluu
In that imrt for two das loading
W. D, Adams wirelessed to MnJ
Pelxoto. who Is In chargo of the Co
lumbln Park noys, now reluming U
San Francisco from a visit to Ails
tralla, asking when his boys won't!
arrive, as elaborate plans hint bcci
made to welcome tho party. No repl)
has been received to this wIio1oh
message, nor has any reply beep
eel veil to a similar message, sent
The present plans, which lucliidu
baseball gnmes, band concerts, cxhl
bltlon drills by the Kamohamehn ca
dots, vauditvlllo stunts at the Operr
IIoiibo by tho Columbia noys, have al
been Indefinitely postponed until some
definite arrangements can bo inurtc
Ion non w 1 the Mnkurn. as ho has re
celved no reply to his message. Tht
captain has mentioned nothing nbou
j MaJ, Pelxoto's party being on boat
In his wireless message to Theo J
Davles fi. C6., so thst local peoplo ar
still In the, dark ns regards tho whore
"about of this pirty of San Franclsc
llio(( boys unler tho guidance i
MnJ. Pc-ljcolo wire, to havn le't by tb
(A'aincila, tailing tomorrow, but the
iwlll now, have to stop oer la Hoik
lulu pntll thu nxt steanie:- whle'
will bathe Lurllno or Mon?otPi st
lug on Kebruaiy lfi and 17 respective
ly, The Asln, rnlln on hrldiiy but 11
el no hnokluKH hnvo been made Ii
MnJ Pel'dtn for this vessel.
Tills will mean thai the Cnliimbl.
I'-rk bnvs will liivv tu be taken enr
of by Honolulu families ftr nt 1'
two weeHs unless they run take nir
sago bv riii( Irelgti'er or sailing ve
rvl leaving lur tho coast As th'
members of this party have been th
guests of tho I'leinlur of thn Common
wealth of Australia and prntnlneu
inemberH of Parliament In Mulliournc
they will Ihi hospitably received and
"nteitnlncil b) llonolulans, who ur'
noted tho vvoild over for their hoy
DBtTP m fig una
A4ja u vsnia, .
thorllles und n particular significance
Is attached by the Federal oltlclnls to
the fact that the Japanese government
Is anxious to securo some enlighten
ment on the circumstances that led to
the Hystericus voyage of the Thetlu
and which flnslty developed In Hid ar-
'tho report that Is prepared by the1'
locil consular reprcontallvcs. '
l'ndcr the Tederal Pennl law which
will bit applied In tho. prosecution' ofi ,
IbT lupancfc to arrive cm tho Thetl',,
1 nun 11 luiiximiini liennuy or IX,
r.11 uttis' Iniprlsunnient nnd k flnp not
'r,roxcc- i tilN can Bb limiitert by?
iOLAA BOND DEAL
Old Exchanged For New ?
Also For Ditch Bonds; ;
Stocks Moving ?.
This Is n day of great bond denla '
inn 1111 in mem oespeaiv me colill-i,
uenee uie men of menns have
industrial enterprises of tho
At lllshuu's lla.lk. where thn lumiU
'f thu first fllllll ulv lull- fatxl lu..a
H.n j,, .v... laaiia
.no being taken up, tho scene uf'i.
ciond dealing has been a very busy
one, nnd ntui very gratifying. Al
though there wus much tnlk that
ne noiuers or the first Olaa Issuo
would nut exchutice their scenrrtv.
but demand their money, tho result:
has been the usual ono .attending
the predictions of tho croaker In',
Honolulu. Possibly some of the
holders of tho bonds did think of
taking the money, but the greater
number thiiught differently whoii'
lltUl 1. ..,,(... ,.. I...... nl...... . .
..-. vm ,u iwun iiuuiii. tur u uec-K.ii
tu u hn.. , 1.1. 1. ... .. ..t.&
..- ni,iiiiij 111 wiiieii 111 piace uieir i
It Is a foregone conclusion that
the now bond Issue will bo a sue- ,
cess. Munnger Watt of the planta
tion has been lu town the Inst few
Jays giving first-hand Information"
of thu phvslrul condition nf thn '.
In tho,1, i
property, nml It Is surprising how...
.nuny people"huve formed, their 0lln-M
fflrlii ffnm lrpuutifitiDltliil.lAi .. V iH
" iM.eniii4uiu aircci, kushii.
Olaa figured In nnother hler bond MP
leal that wuh rnnnrti.,1 nn thn ?Lf "
hango this forenoon. Two hundred' '
hoiiHiind dollars cf Olaa GaVeiu ex'-,
.'hanged for two hundred tboutuiiui
r Knlml.i llllol. i., .......... .... ..!
'Itcluiieiiils bolpg transreircd at 'par ''
Kl.lF.li.. n,A.... .. ,. ....... a .. '4
.....m uiau oiii do, wiiicii is cue
Igure ut which thu 'now bunds mo
laced on the market. y "
8tocl,B were fal. active, with.
Wnlalun coming to tho fore nguln.
There Is evidently quite u sharp de
iiand for this stock nt the advanced ,
'IB 11 in of t:c,
Ononie.i has also como Into the list
f ir.ins.ir-llnus omlii. under tho
liressuro of bill eis on the Coast. The.
Jock Milt! at 5.1 jesterduy nftcrnoon
Hid tho market seems fnlrlv well
leaned up. Kwa holds strong nt
U, and Hawaiian Comnierclnl at
18,75, Pioneer went up n little yea
erday nfteninon, selling nt L't2.50,
in iidvanio of flfjy cents a share.
tegular monthly dividends were
iad today by llull.u. Pala and Plo
neer. puuiiiB isa.us liitolllio hand
(Continued an Page 2)
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