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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1B10.-H FADES.
. "THE RIVERMAN," JM
a itory bv Stewart Edward White, ti jH
I now running in the Bulletin in I
aerial form. I
PRICE S CElfTJ.. yA
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yrC ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4S33.
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(Special to tlio flu Hot In.)
BERLIN. Feb. 2. Einseror Wil-
liah has donated $3000 for the re
lief of sufferers i't the ari floods.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., Feb. 2.
Commander Peary has finally decid
ed to undertake-an expedition for
the discovery of the South Pole. He
will go out next autumn, if his pres
ent plans are carried out. under the
joint auspices of the Arctio Club and
the Geographic Society.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 2.
The Commonwealth Government
of Australia will send leprcsenta
thes on missions to America and
England for the purpose of promot
ing inimigraticn to Australia.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. Jack John
s(ii, the prize-fighter, has pleaded
net guilty to indictment by Grand
Jury cf pssault on a negro in one
cf the city hotels. He has been sued
for $20,000 damage by the person
Lang To Fight
SYDNEY, Australia, Feb, 2. Bill
lane, the nrize-flchter who defeated
Squires and Fitzsimmons, has been
matched to fight with Tommy Burns
fcr the 'championship of Australia,
the fight to take place March 28.
Burns' last battle was his defeat by
Fight On Rules
WASHINGTON;. D. C. Feb. 2.
Although the Insurgent Republicans
have stated their willingness to
stand by the main plans of the Ad
ministration, thev declare continued
warfare on the rules of the House of
Representatives that are generally
regarded as epitomizing Cannonism.
Per Htmr V. 0. Hall, from Knuul
porta, 0, W. Maliultonn, M. Mnoro,
II. Hilton, A. iinnnDurs.
ACKERS ARE IN J
Department Refuses To
. , Case
TO RECEIVE DISMISSAL
I AT SAN FRANCISCO
Ofllccr Who Married Miss Wadman
In This City Held to Have Vio
lated the Herniations Austin
Kew With Fleet.
It now appears ccitntn tlint there
nil) lie hi) Intercession ly tliu Hccro
tury or ilia Navy tti prevent the (11k
lulsral of Midshipman Austin from
llio rcrvlce because of Ills inurilagc
v. hllo n miifciilpmnn tu MIsk Wadinan
of tlila city.
It In not definitely known what no
tion Ailmlinl Sebrco "111 take In re
gard In Midshipman 'Austin's cnifl.
rrom what .Mrs. Auctiu said tlili
mniullig tho enso liml been closed and
In all probability would not bo re
opened, Midshipman Austin married Mist.
Mnyiti" Wat) man the 'liny before the.
fleet fulled rrom Honnlulii Inst fall.
"Mr. Austin linn not been dismissed
fiom tho Korviro yet but lu nil prob
ililllty will have to sever Ills connec
tion with tho U. S. navy upon his nr
rlwil In Ban rranclscn llio hitter part
of this month," so stated Mrs. Austin
Tho dismissal of Midshipman Austin
Is a peculiar case. Dccnuvc lie violat
ed one of the rules nnd regulations ol
the navy in that hu married without
tho sanction of Ibn naval nuthnrltlcr
whllo holding a minor commission In
llio wary, tho Pcdcrnl government hat.
decided tu dismiss him from tho ser
vice. This Inw came Into effect dur
ing ox-Pro'Ident ltoosev oil's ndmlnls
t rat Ion.
"Of course thcro Is no dhgraco at
taciied to my husband's dtsmlsbul fiom
tho navy. Ho married me without
knowing tlint lio wns transgressing
the law, nnd it seems very hard that
Just as he was ntirtlmvout In llfo to
mnko u nanio for hlmsllf tin a navnl
oDIccr Hint ho should bo so suuini irlly
dismissed," suid Mis. Austin this
Secretary of Commercial
Club Is Here Witji
Hills J, Westlukc, secretary of the
Minneapolis Commercial club, Is
among tho winter visitors who ar
rhod on the steamer Siberia with
quite a contingent of Minneapolis
Mr. Woitluke Is the uoiklng arm
of ono of the most populnr and pow
erful commercial organizations of
tho thriving city of Minneapolis find
is hero under outers froui his asso
ciates to take a vacation. Tho ConV
mcrclul Club of this city has just
completed Its now quarters, occupy
ing two floors of ono of tho Itugest
hotoi buildings. These quarters
have coot upaus of eighty tliou
raud dollars, mid the club still has
twenty thousand dollars on the
ciedtt side ol ta ledger,
Mr, Westlnko is, of course, a thorough-going
enthusiast over Minneap
olis, but he likes the city of Hono
lulu, Hh whs first linpiessed with
tho excellence of Its newspapers and
commented that the business men ot
bis dry found ono of llio flrht neces
sities of success was to coopeinto
with the ncwspipcrs ot tho city.
"Next to tho newspaper the cor
diality of vour people wns what Im
pleased mo," said Mr. W'estluko. Ho
nolulu has a. very fine reputation In
our part ot the vvoild and vou 1110
getting moio people fiom theio
eveiy jeiir, I llko your city."
(Continued or. Page 2)
THETIS ARRIVES WITH
25 CART URED AT LAYSAN-BIRDS' WINGS
After completing n cruise of tho
outljiug bird Islands and reefs cov
ering a period of several i weeks, the
United Stntes'rcvcuue cutter T'icils,
.imlcr tho eonimnlid of Captan W.
V E. Jncob arrived In the harbor
this 'morning and nncbored In the
stream pending n settlement of the
matter of a disposition of her val
uablc cargo. Including 2119,000 bin'
4kins nnd wlng, two and a half torn
of baled feathers, nnd several !aig
cares nnd Iioxps of stuffed birds,
The Thetln gathered In a party u
twenty-five Jnpuneso poadieis i
La j san aid Ljslansky I sin ml a, th
former sccuo of operations of ''Ad
mlrnl" Max Schlemmer, the onetlnn
King of I.ajH.m Island.
The .Inpaneso took their arresl
phltosophlcnlly, nnd when confront
ed with the Kcdernl officers ot tho
law they maintained a broad grin
nnd to nil Intents and purposes en
Joyed the experience ,
The captured poachers will bo
prosecuted under the provisions of
the federal laws against pouching,
which cnll for a maximum penalty
of six mouths' linprlsonirient nnd the
NOT NEED PILOT
Passed Through .Inland
Sea By Request
Kolluwlng are pome of tho "Ditty
Dox" '.ccoufUs of the. Tactile Meet
West Virginia Took No Pilot.
A fow duvs pi lor to leaving Nngi
jakl und whtlu thcro wero still romo
doubts about going through the In
land 9ea, u petition was made up ami
signed by the lending potty officers
requesting that the Wect Virginia
and I'ennnjh.inla bo tnken through
the sea and stating that If tho request
was granted tho crew would pay all
pilot expenses. Admiral I'arry graci
ously granted tho favor und the crew,
through the ditty box. extend their
thanks nnd .uppleciution. No pilot
was necessary, as I.iuuteiiant-Com-mender
James, navigator of the Went
Virginia, took us thruugh without a
mishap. Tills Is qultu an achievement
for tho West Virginia Is the first for
eign vessel of Its tonnage to go
through the Inland len without u
pilot. The crew also withes to thank
Admiral Hehreo, Commundvr-ln Chief,
for lils thmigbtruliiess in giving us
jlvo days' pay, which came In might
handy dewilto the leceut pay da? at
Orchestra to Give Concort.
On tho ovenlug of I'ebrunry 4, nt
this city, the West Virginia orchestra
will glvo u concert for tho benefit of
tho Army nnd Navy League. The nlm
of this league is to provldu for tho
families ot enlisted incn.nf the service
who dled'iind actually need help. The
program has not been made out as
yet, but It undoubtedly will be n good
one, Tho orchestra will consist of
about twenty pieces, the exact num
ber not being known at tills data. A
largo housu Is expected as tho people
of Honolulu mo well known music lov
ers and though they bavo their own
Itoval Hawaiian band music by n well
equipped ship's orchestra will bo np
picrlated no well m the motho fni
giving tho concert.
Short Tlmerc Scon to Co.
Tho following named men will
shortly' letiiru to civilian life after
having been pcivlng Undo Sum faith
fully for tho last four veurs; Sanders
J., Ormsby O. II.. ScbVffor i. II.
pnnlelskl J, W.' Prjor V O'Nell J..
nAecrt' W., Il.iimoio n, V., Jackson
assessment of n fine of five hundred
That the men nte tho eniplojes ot
a lull, which Is believed tu have n
local connection, us well as head
quaiteis In Japan, H buinn out by
he statements of seteiul ot the Jap
ucbe who have been (nought to Hu
o.iilu. While they will not 01-
ulge tho linme or nnmci uf the pir-
I's In tlix llnr.'altau Islands who ure i
Ilegcd as being financially lnteie.n-
I in the ;tematle lilld
..einttous upon the iielxhhorlng Is-
litis, they do say tlint they have
"en In the service of n Japanese
MiilMliy with headquarters lit To
to, wlui placed them on a small
hooner and afler un extended pas-,
age landed n port.Um of the party,
at l.nys.iii, while the other con
tinued tho vnjape to l.jsl.uisky, They
declare tlint tliey were given ample
t..u, ,..,, ,u. .. . ,i ,v.
more. . ' ", -- , i
Xsweted Schooner. '
They vvet told Hint n Jnpuneso
srnooucr would cull ror ineni somo """". u,iiuui uuiuwn. uimnor, (Jrace was taken In Wnlertown jns
lima nlong about April, 1!M. Theyl was highly p!enscd over the success tenia. ufleriiiMm und. on nrrlinl then
were Instturted bt the agunts be -
fore' lenvlng to have their Mid skins I
KILO TO HAVE
NEW TRUST CO.
I llivt Tru-.t Company of Hllo l llio
namo of an organization belli?
launched In Hllo and composed of tin
following iHidness men of tho Island
as directors: O. O. Kennedy, Join
Wntt. Uobn Molr Carl Kmllli Doctor
Cliace. Adam l.lmlsny. Wltlluni I'ullnr,
IT. H. I.smnii and H. V. l'ntteu.
Zono K. Mjers of Hon.ilu'ii Is to bo
maiiugor of the new trust rompanv
nnd has banded In his resignation to
ZENO K. MYERS.
tho Hawaiian Trust Company of this
city mi that ho will bo free to lako up
the new duties of the Hllo concern.
It Ik also' slated on good authority
that Mr. Mjei's In making a change ol
l evidence has secured n very favorablo
status wttli the bank of Hllo, nnd ho
will become financially Interested In
tho banking and trust company busi
ness pf the ell) besides managing the
I'ollio Storekeeper Siieldon Inst
night found n Japanese tied to a
tree down behind the pumping sta
tion, nnd on releasing tho man found
Hint ho hail be'en lobbed of somo to
bacco and it knife. Twentyrodd dol
lars that ueio in another pocket
were overlooked by the robber.
I. 8.. Kelly T V.. Mnler J. J. Sobleikl
T Kelley (J., Knzmlercwkj M. I..
Morgan I J. Medusky V. .1., Marcus C.
I... Quick D. T.. Nalleii II. I' Smith
I., Parker It. S., O'Connor D.. Murks
V I.. Mclzlaur P. It.. Scovll V. J.
i:ikln J.. Illoch H. II.. Drown Y, J,
Kennoity II, II., Dorny C. W.. Daley
C. R, Mux (I., SUlJiule 8. li. (Iros A,
P., Doland J. J. Thonins J. I. . Wilson
It., Mcfllnn J I., DeCnio J. O'Henrn
J. A.. Vesley J Stnessel O, P., Mc
Knight K.. O'Connor T. W., Mnler
J. .! Pliolwoll O. Hi
prcpnied for shipment by this time.
In killing tho birds, the Japanese'
dead, by the aid of knives, removed!
tlm'aVlna mill avrnrnil llin nliimnirn.
In other Instnmes the birds were
Lher instnmes the birds were
r killed or stunned by knock-
heir heads against the sand. ,
One of the Japanese was Identified '
ns a hi hoi er who not very long ago
was one of n imrty engaged uiion !
I.njsau or l.)slaniky Islsnil. at the
lime v,iien guiiiio viua ueing lanen
from these Islands.
The Identification, however, wns
mude by one, who had recently vis
ited Midway nnd wns there shown a
iitcturn taken on luiiuin Island In
which It Is claimed one of the cap-
tured Jnpanese then figured.
The mailer of complicity will,
however, be threshed out In the
- ic- -.,.-. mj. , uuu
Th. Thetis was, iinable-trrnTrtke
rout time because of much ',n
t the crude, no spoke at consid-
(Continued on Page 8)
BIG DEALS1N DONDS
Stock Market Conditions
Are Most Favorable;
Sugir advancing when, according
to alt the rules of tho guinu. It should
drop, wns what surprised tho wise
iiicu of the stock world this morning.
February Is Ihe month when sugirs
nrn lushing to the nnrkcl and If the
supplies Hro nnwheie near tho de
mand, prices for rtws drop and usual
ly I each tho lowest pi Ice for tho enr
about the middle of the pieseut month.
Tho adiance of today merely means
that the Kuroeiin shortage nnd the
American demand Is gieuler than the
forecasters had figured. It also sug
gests that even tit the middle or the
grinding season sugir will still re
main nhove four cents n xiimd.
Tho stock market lodny was con
fined exclusively to the'chmper stocks
mi far ns Ilia session transitions of
Ihe Dxrhntigu ore rnnrcrued. Olnn
sold nt 0 50 and Mcllrjdo was strong
nt T, dosing ullh 7 hhl and 7.125
Olna's Hiiccr.sfil bond and flniting
Indebtedness it finding was complet
ed Inst night nt t.ie hanking house of
Ulshop & Co. The whoH program
went thiough as planned and Olaa's
lndelitedueK is lu a shape most satis
factory to nil Interested In tho prop
erty With this completed It may bo said
of every luigar plnntnllon property In
the Maud's that there me 111 u very
rtroiig financial position; ready to
leap the benefit of piosperlly or
weithei unexpected storm's of adver
sity. If such things were comnion In
the llmnclul world. Ihe stockholders
i uian jiiiiiiu kuiiw nun 'ym'Ata Hnrry, nH tho udliilrnl was
mighty debt of gratltudo to Hon. S. . . ' . .. ..
M. Damon, heart of Ulshop . Co. who ""' "" "oapl at llio I me lluso gcu-
linu oVnn Ilimii lliroiiL-h n iinrln.l.nf nit.i'IMII"" niUUB llieir VISll
veislty Hint would have mount com-
nlelo kiss to them had there been less
appreciation of moral responsibility hnve been Issued to 1000 chief petty
or thoughtfiilness ror the stockholders officers of the tleet nnd their friends,
on the p-irt of the min who wns lug- Tno i,0)11 Hnwnllan Hand will be
King OWa In llf0 das when It was n , nedurp from 7:30 o'clock this
load, and hud not proved Itself. 'evenlnir The nanld Transit rnin-
Iletween hoards budnes on Hie evening, i lie itapm irnnsit t.oin
Stock nxchange reisirted Ihe sale jes- l""- Honolulu has nut on n spe
terdfty afternoon or S33.()ii0 of Hawaii clal lale-rar serflie to icconuuodnte
Irrlgntlnu bonils nt par. Thls.irollow. 'he darners, ho that theso may not
Ing the transaction In Kohala Ditch be compelled to curtail their pieas
iMinds of jeslerday morning makoB n ures. The cars will leave on tho
total sale or over five hundred thou- various lines, from tho vicinity of
sand dollars in bonds .lining Ihe last ,no YolB Iloteli g ,iowg.
Koiir' hundrvdroo,e sold yester-l , 'u'wh 1"lp' ' ",
day at 55 5ft. Oahu Sugar and )wa elreel8 v"'1" f-" wl connect with
sold nt 31. Another Walalua iumn Manna car), 11:50 p, in.
Continued on Pbrc 4.
FELLED WITH IRON
1 OAR AND SHOT
Grace Declares Murder
Of Mahu Done By
QyQ ( GIVES
, LIE TO HIS ACCUSER
Negro Tells Authorities- That Kea
" Borrowed Revolver and Declar-
ed intention of CommittinB
A.,.i,-n.. n,n. nrr..ui.i .... . '
plclon or bning the miirdeier of Watch- views en the appropriation sought
man Malm al Wntcrtown hag dc- by the, .lepirtmcnt. In the course of
cribed the killing of tl.e iiiifoitiui.ituj the hearins. Wr. Mcjcr stated that
man who wns going his rounds, but '(he construction of battleships of the
chilins that another man. named David nrescliioiielit tvns necessitated lanr.
Kea actually commuted ' -'l''. I
Kea who "bolted a reVouVr fnnu
him and aiinoiiiinil his Inientlim of
killing Mulin. Ornee also sail thai
Kea culled cm him on the moiul.u oft
the murder nnd Jnformml lilnj tlijit life
deed was done, and dJ'srrllied how h"
hud lilt .Malm with nn Iron inr nii.l,
,..... it...- , ..,..,,,,.. ,i... ... i
Ithrnwii Into Ili4 v.alT uc-nr llio wharf.
coniniutnl Kea, nnd repented
statements that he had made to United
States Attorney Uieckons.
"You are a liar cried out Ihe as- j
lonlshed Kei. I never saw jou or
spoke to j on on Hint morning except
to answer your question ns to Wheth
er I had seen Mahu that morning. I
was going to work when )ou stopped
me and asked about Malm."
"Where Is my revolver that 1 lmnei
ou?" nnlird Orace. ICen Instantl)
rcnlled: "I don't know what vou nrn
speakln? or; I had nn gun of ours."
rSrtiitn tlintti-ltt n t.tlniil,. ainl ll.u.i
... .p.... - ((., ((..
lire i iniuuer quesiion ill ;vea; "well,
wlii' dhl jou do with the stick with I
lh 'i-on on It?" Ken snld Hint there
wero plenty of sticks where ho kept n
file gnlnk for the bolters nnd that he
knew-nothing about an Iron shod stick J
draco nnd hen were both brought to I
(own nnd a further liivcsllKutlnn ul
ihn inn ullt lia ntmlf) In Itin mlnlfii
(Continued on Pape 5)
FOR FLEET WEEK
Petty Officers and Men
to Have Tjme Of
l'red l- Waldron, president of tho
Merchants' Association of Honolulu,
and C. C. von Ilnmiii, chairman of
the entertainment committee of the
Merchants' Asxiclatlou, culled upon
Ilenr-Admlrnl Hurry )esterduy to ex
tend, on behalf of Ihe merchnnts or
this city, a welcome and Invitation
to n bull lor tile rhief potty nHlierH
of the Pacific fleet this evening nt
the Young Hotel, und for n ball to
bo given for the petty orators nn I
men nt the Moann nnd Seaside nn
Saturday, Mr, Holmes, stuff kecre-
tnrv. ncknnwledaed the lecelnt nt
,xfm hivUntlons oil bebntf of llear-
The ball this evening
meiice at 8:15 o'clock.
(Continued on Farc 3)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 2. ',
It is obvious from expressions com-
intr Irom those in authority that!
ev:ry ellurt will be made-by the
NOW UCPar.mCnt to indUCC . Con-
gress to appreciate most liberally i
' ' ui,ui.um.io ii, mwuiij
"r.l.hin I nif ,"w iSl
,0 ftS to "iakc jl 8U.lt ure ai well
-y' -fth. K
IMcur was befcre the Senate Naval
Committee toJav to present his
cr naval docks, nnd he advocated the 1
aPPropriati,,, of S485.C0O to enable
n" enlarcment of the naval dockv
proposed for Pearl Harbor.
NEW YORK. Teb. 2. A receiver,.
iimUias been avotnted lor the Mexican
National t ackinu Company. The lta
are thirty-live millions
WASHINGTON. D, C. Feb.
.The Senate today passed the
' .(.iim. l-tll Inn tl.n nvn..-
milky Vlll IVl bllV BiiUJi
R. H. TRENT WILL
FEATURE IN PARADE j
Itlclurd 11 Tmnl ntll coiit-Ibiilo
nno of tho niott-l'itcresting fcitmea
of. the Floral Paride. Ti.li. will l,.i ,i
horse-drawn Hint toprc'entln; u nn-t
tlvo grais lint nnd u pi.nfltlve Hj.i
wullnn home siene. In prepirtue this,
I splendid feat urn Mr, 'J"iiiiivIb ic-dv-jj
iiik iiiu iiinriy cuu)i'ru'-l ii ( 4Vtii
mnler Hiiine Kuril. ,
Tho canvass for funds to ihfrny thiS
expenses of Ihe Klnrnl Papule H' I'ftA
begun tmlii). Tho nniui-c CoiiMilHteo 1
of the rioraM'urade cnmldir t1i.-t rw
erjlwily should centrllivti' and will I
call ii sin nil business hrius nnd prl-.
vnte Indivldiir.ls so that t'l mnv u'o
n pliniinn ,if ii,-tlft,,r- (1... IHUl UrHiln
.. .t.U....' ... M,.,ni,ln ,- ,.-..- j viikiu ,
the finest ever seen In Honolulu. ' r
Post curds uro being riillol to tlnr a
people of thlr rlly nnd tielglibOrliJU-lfn
asking them tu state how much they
will be willing to, donate. In thlc ways,
the nrgo liusiuess houses, wlilrfi lu;
past ears bain hud tn bear tbo
bririt pf most of Hie excuse will1
not m expected to glo su lavishly
ns In tho past. :.
I'our baseball teams from (he
fleet ure out practising nt Hot IctiRuq ,
grounds this nftq noon, T1iq Na
tional (iuard nine will lilso got out,
... ..I..... . ..,..., , 1.1...I .. A
in iinuui 1 ii l loeii nun iiuvti ii ,iv -jl
Use lu n n I lilpil Ion of their blgt
idutthes with tho combined fleet citify
Snturil.iv nnd Sunday next. J
A match will ho plajed between."
lu "enviT mm liiiivesiuu nines at j
l"8 "ague grounds, iiiiu -ucioso con-
lest is nniicipaieii. I lie giimo win i
stm I sliortlj alter 4 utlnik, und'ii
big now J of sailors Is expected to
lutn cm and vvu cli the game. -
MUST HAVE LICENSE.
I In the enso or tho Territory vs.
iChny Dan In leguid to whether n lie-
enco was nccessur in ino niuuer oi
seftlng lish in basket lots nt auction1.'
to retail dealers, tho supremo Court,
of the Territory lias decided that'.'n
licence Is necessary. v 'if
ITp till noon today, (PI uutomo-i
biles li.ul been reglste,rod,! -he
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