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; Sffiff?.' '"H 3.30 EDITION ! Jgftay's News Is Printed in Today's Bulletin
Prem Bui Francisco i ' '
China ;....,.,,. . . . . , ; .Feb. , 8
For 9m Irancisco: , ','
Alannda .-Feb. 2
Monna Feb. 6
Makura Feb. 1
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4538.
16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY ,6&itfaM, SATURDAY, EEB 8, 1910. 16 PAGES. PRICK S OEITl.
Sheba Translating Documents For
' Breckons Figured Profit OF
HO Per Cent.
-The documents seized by the Unit
ed States revenue cutter Thetis at
Laysan Island, in possession of th
twenty-three Japanese arrested (or
the killing of birds, are now In cus
tody of United &ta:es District Attor
ney ltreckons and tiro being subject-
ed to a careful examination at the
hands of 8. Sheba. The documents Federal Grand Jury. It is under
aro being translated, and it is bo- stood that the records indicate that
llevod that they will shed much light "King" Max Bchlemnler wag employ
on the work of t)ie Japanese on Lay- er and guide of the, Japanese, and it
san In violation' of the anil-bird ex- ia Intimated thai the evidence' so
ecutive 'order issued by Wresldent ( far gathered will be sufficient to' war
Roosevelt. rant the returning' of. a true bill
The reports are remarkably com-
I-I.-I..- tXh-v. -mi n it., f,',ii
pletel,ii .rndiiy'ays and go Into full 'land, ovie of the allegations being
details of the operations of the poach- that while his lease simply called for
era. One of the most , intelligent, guano' business and contained an ex
members ot the party of Japanese " ( Continued on Page 2)
L4ST CALL FOR
Mr. Weaver Asks People
To Speak Up and
P. I. Weaver nnnounces that ho
- is the chairman of the special com
mittee on the site for the Library
ot Hawaii. Thus far be has received
just one formal recommendation, and
that la tor the site on which the
present Methodist church is located.
The ,B u 1 1 e,t I n, Mr. Weaver
says, has brought out more sugges
tlons than any other source, through
Its series of Interviews. The com
mittee has read these with profit,
but, nevertheless, more would be
very desirable it thero are more to
"What we want the public to
know," Bald Mr. Weaver, "is that
we are going ahead to discover a site
for the new library. If the people
have any kicks or suggestions, this
x Is the time to make them, and they
will have no Just cause to object to
what we finally decide upon It they
' do not now give us the benefit of
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ERNEST, Pa., Feb. 5. An explo
. lion of dvnamite in a coal mine to
day wrecked the mine and buried
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CHICAGO, Feb. 6. Ten city offi'
cials. in conjunction with city con
tractors, have been indicted for a
conspiracy to defraud the city out of
at Honolulu has been placed at
cli u ., i i t ) r.H. I twenty-four hours. The result has
aiiffim AiJ. v.k , i ThJi'O0'1 iat the downtown hotels ore
JEJJ&lk lwdod,at with. the visiting
JIT! TiT. r.TT:.r.i. -i.. --"j i.
VMVU H1W ItCl 4IVA4 " U4W.B 1IU' ..I.. .Jl. . H.Mlril,,'.a
kept a diary from day to day, and
according to those who have read
the translation, It Indicates that tao
killing ot birds for plumage was the
main reason for the presence of the
Japanese on Laysan.
The translations wilt be used in
connection with thepiesentation of
.he case ot the poachers before the
against the dictator of Laysan JLt.FJTiViiiiJiTili ' !Tlti .. ....
tTnJi ih. oiiT-h. h.in tWiteflaVtHe" dt necessary to
Men Of Jig Eight See
Many bights And
Taking n general average of three
hundred men from each of the big
United States cruisers, leaving the
Vessels and coming ashore dally, Ho
nolulu at the preuont time is enter
taining very close to twenty-five
hundred men from the Pacific fleet.
The quarantine imposed by the
Federal authorities, upon the cruiser
Washington has bgen lifted and the
men from that vessel have been en-
Joying share liberty for several days
past. This vessel was hauled along
side the naval wharf yesterday and
has been taking on her allotment of
coal for a continuation ot the cruise
to Ban Francisco.
The boys from the fleet are In
dulging with seafaring lavlshness in
nil the i delights and attractions of
fered at Honolulu. They throng the
chops and stores nnd to all appear
ances there Is a continuous stream
of bundles passing from the shore
to the ships. . Enterprising show
salesmen throng the wharves, and it
Is ot this commodity that the sailor
man Is milking heavy purchases.
Over at the Hackfeld wharf, the,
cruiser Maryland Is moored. She
occupied the berth formerly assign
ed to Pacific Mall vessels, and the
Urltlsh steamer Asia took up her
berth on the Walklki side of the
wharf during her brief stay at tbe
port this morning.
The South Kakota was also coal
ing at the naval wharf today. That
vessel is sharing the naVal coal pile
with the Washington. .,
Ab the' Alakea-street whafr are
moored the crutBers California, and
Presiding alone and in state is the.
cruiser West Virginia, which com
mands the situation at the Oceanic
Riding at anchor outside are tlib
Pennsylvania and the Colorado.
These vessels are next due to make
their Initial bow to the government
The average limit to shore liberty
bluejackets. The various nmuse-
WASHINGTON, 0. 0., Feb. 8.
Senator Aldrich introduced a bill in
the Senate today creatine a perma
nent commission to investigate a re
form in government expenditures,
and recommend from time to time
measures that will increase, the efll
ciencv of the department and re
duce the expenses that are needless.
PARIS, Feb. 5. JCearorw for the
restoratie of the city in the areas
all bat;' ruined by the recent flood
are now-being: forwarded. A formal
aest, ha been made to 1
reauMt.Ma Men suae to jraruaaent
obtain funds for this great work.'
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 5
Senator Flint of California 'intro
duced a bill today calling for an ap
propriation of one million dollars for
Anseles. This buildin i, to houM,?"1. 'l""-,9 "" ,,c.oWVwhr"
the customs offices of Los Angeles,
and also provide for the establish
ment1 in that city of a subtreasury
and assay offices.
The German Liner Due
Here on Sunday
The palatial Hamburg-America liner
Cleveland, with over sevon thousand,
round-tho-world travelers, was scned-'
uled to sail fiom San Francisco at 2
o'clock this afternoon, commencing a
cruise which will occupy the better
part of four months and covering" near
ly twenty-four thousand miles by
steamer and by roll.
The Cleveland Is expected to arrive
off the port at an early hour on next
baturday morning. Despite tne min
or dampening effect of the last 'recep-
tioh which tho members or tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee , local newspa
per rom-esentatives and others re
ceived at tho tlmo of the arrival ot tho
Cleveland on her former visit' to the
port. It Is understood that another ex
cursion will be made to the ship bo
fore she conies to the Alakea street
wburf, and an endeayor wilt be mado
to board the big Gorman liner.
Tlio. Cleveland Is to remain, at Hono
lulu until Sunday evening,
Although all details pertaining to
tho arrival of the law tourist party
navo not yet ucen compieicn mere is
ample assurance that In- yUljora will
be royally, entertalmd during their
brief stay In )ort.
NOT PO8TP0NCO. tt
tt "I seo the Advortlser tftrs tho tt
tt special meeting of I bo MoichantB' n
tt Association called for Monday
n has been postponed, stui rros- H
w Hient wnwron or uie, imirnanis- -, , ntisont u, !,,,, tA the news-' varoy, ronuorou a- verdict tlifrt hi
lt, Association this mornlnB..'-That's II no,t ' , . Bn7Pr(o"? that.wal Kalalkamalle came to his death
II the flrstliknew of'lt. "TWi ,moct..itur"or"' '?, i ''l..".?.-?,.! Jl January 29from Injuries received
EXPLAINS CAR ACCIDENT
..Jr. ' "' T . I
Manager .Ballentrae ot the Rapid
Transit aeesajea loaay: j
" t. '.' .f .ATl
4 .T ..l''
. s I
"A parytal Intrtttgation of the Mt fte admiistnrtien aha.tl
brake eaufdyy.tari er,heiailittT jnHUesw.e Unite 1
card had bep, placed over the pit In . bonds Danish tlu irrtfMJ'liri
the. shoiM revealed the cuuse of the
failure of the brake to work prop
erly when thcXcdr wag descending
ibe grade on A-lapal street, to have
been the breaking through crystal
Izatjon of one of the side bars con
necting the front and rear parts" of
''This madea It Imposslblo to apply
the, brake with sufficient force to
cliecV the speed of the cor- on thl
grado. The bar broke near the rear
end and between the gear case nnd
the wheel. Ci')sla1lzatlon can not be
detrtmlncd. Any mechanical appliance
subjected to vibratory motion Is sub
ject lo crystnllratlon, no matter how
perfect the metal may be when nrst
thls condition will .develop, and no
care that may be exercised will pie-
"Take, for Instance, the breaking
(Continued on Page 2.)
Floral Day Parade May
Be Hampered. By
The success ot the Floral Day Pa
rade has practically been assured, as
entry after entry Is being made in
this forthcoming' pageant. It Is
highly probable that the Columbia
Park Hoys', under the direction of
Major Peixotto, will be in line and,
with tUelr fine band of forty pieces,
will be an added feature" to the pa-'
There will be Aye bands in line,
and as the parade will bo a long one,
there will be no conflicting melodies.
One. of the conspicuous features ot
the parade wlll.be the two cars rep
resenting Harvard, and Yale univer
sities. These are being arranged
with the utmost secrecy and will be
a great surprise. '" "
J. Lynch has Just- been appointed
chairman of the carnival section ot
the 'Floral Day .Parade In place 'of
H. A, Wilder, resigned. Lynch Is a
hustler and Is eolnz ahead with his
anB in a vely systematic mannor
, d lB to nnv0 theB ,)erfectod
I. .'Urn h,.n with a few
nnd In working shape within a few
Jimmy Wilder Ib trying to stir up
trouble In regard to the parade, an
It has been deemed necessary to have
him book a passage to the South Sea
Islands In order that the plans for
the Floral Day Parade may not bo
hampered In itny way. Just what
.,(111, Mr wilder 1b making can
iiiuia,um.iij.u r.. , .
eml ot the HoralD-iy parado, Iim
G e r m a n ylBroKen
BERLIN. Feb. 8 The tariff
agreement between Germany and the
United States was ratified by the
Reichstag today, and what promised
to be an unpleasant situation aris
inr from the new American tariff is
disposed of in a very amicable man
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 5.
Secretary of the Interior Jallinirer
ameared before the Wavi and Means
Ccmittee today to present sua arn
saent in favor-afithe bffi-eamttt
of the West. ." " -1
SAN FRANCISCO., Feb. 8. The
Nineteenth Infantry and the Second
Cavalry sailed today on the trans
port Sheridan for Uys Philippines.
HILLED .UNDER CARS
OF HAHUflll ROAD
Young Hawaiian Falls From
Engine In Yard
(Special to the Bulletin)
WAILUKU, Feb. 4. Uwal Kalaika
malle. a Hawaiian boy about 17 years
yt age, was accidentally run over by
one of the cars of the Kanulul Railroad
Company last Friday afternoon, Jan
uary 28, and died the following day
from Injuries recelvod. Uwal had
.been working on the car (or the past
iwo wcexs and nan ueen warned sev
eral times by .Conductor J. II., Hol
land for tho careless manner In
which, ho Jumped off and on tho car
when "tho engine slowed down. The
lad has had several narrow escapes.
To have' allowed tho lad to work on
the car after knowing his careless
habits Is a matter' ot opinion, but It
might have been of vital interest to
Uwal himself. Chns. Texolra was
fireman and ho said that the boy was
very careless in Jumping .off tho car,
but he did not see blm under tho cow
catcher until two or tbroo minutes af
ter the accident and only then when
he heard the cries. The englno was
being slowed donn at tho depot pre-
paratory to leaving at 2 o'clock for,
tho Palo, route. A. 11. Nifone, who was
In charge ofa gang of prlsonors clear -
Ing the park site near the dopot, first
saw the accident and yelled to tho
fireman to stop, which was done as
soon as practicable.
ur. J. 11, Karrell was telephoned
for and ho arrived In a few minutes,
An automobile .was obtained and U-l
n, vims nu,,vu uwn.i m tiiv tuniumui
Hospital. Dr. Fa'rrell testified boforo
the corodnr's inquest held at Walluku.
county building last Monday, that the
boy's' right leg was Injured to the
bone above' tho knee and that thero
was a chance of saving the boy's life
if the leg were cut off. ,
Tho mother came and favored am
putation but tho boy said he would
surely died If his leg was nut off. So
tho young man was. removed to his
own" house after the wounds wore
sewed up. Dr. Owners stated that
he found on examination, an 'oxtonelve
fracture, ot the right thigh bono with
extensive lacerations to the soft parts
of the right ieg, and that the causu
of death wns gangrene of tho leg.
The coroner's Jury, consisting of
n. Ouerrero.. T. Clark. II. Streubcck
Sol Kcklpt, J. U Cornwoll and Dan
"y uclnK accidentally run over by an
jonglpe, t ..Walluku. dciot .on January
Endangered Li vesj
Wreck On Punahou Line Results!
In Claims Against Rapid
A broken brake was responsible
for the car accident on Alan.it street
yesterday afternoon, which endan-
gered the lives of about forty pus-
sengers nnd painfully bruised and
Injured a number of them.
This Is the only explanation that
has been forthcoming from the off!-
cials of the Kapld Transit Company
and the crew of the cur. nnd the An-
tails of the accident show beyond
doubt that a defect in the brake
ffeirinz nn the enr was entirely
blameable for the runaway and the
When Motormai Purdv dUcover-
tbaMUcoi.s.8itti - ber'n'l,'ll
eosHrol on the Uuualii6 hill, tutv "
u.rkrM i At.n.'i .ir. h.HM nil
UuBBliid hill. fioV
la hi powor to -lessen the seed ot
vu w , w 9 hh .
the onr.uuuing car,- but witnpul
He rcMrted to what Is known as
"slugging" reversing the power by
throwing- thn controller over but
. .i.i. aia . w.- .. w .
.Tik.;,, u iiZ,
and the car continued In Its dash,
with the passengers clinging to the
seal null luiicmuiia lor uiciy uuu was remniKoulo, -fimi
I 'II1 ".if jp ml J WWWfll.J II1 Li J" mm ..
Parish Hall Has Been
On account ot Lent, St. Valen
tine's Day Is to bo celebrated this
evening by the members of both con
gregations ot 8t. Androw's cathedral.
The old English custom of sending
valentines will bo falthtuliy portray
ed this evening, and will In no way
Interfere with the sale ot them) billet-doux
by the merchants of this
St. Valentine 1b the patron saint
of love, and tho anniversary of this
day falls on February 14. The val
entines to be used In this evening's
! entertainment will be of wall-paper
covered with paper laco.
The guild room has been convert
ed Into a dining room, representing
a typical old English Inn. A quaint
old-fashioned flrenlace has been In
I stalled, around which tho village
. EOsslini were wont to drink tholr nut.
brown ale and smoko their long
churchwarden pipes. This will be
known as "Dcer-Hcart Inn," nnd
will have a large painted sign over,
the entrance. In the main hall of
(Continued on Page 2.)
TO SPEAK AT
II Dr. Robert Ilurdetto and Sec It
II retnry Wostluke of the Minnie tt
tt npoHs Commercial Club will bo tt
It the guests ot honor at a dinner tt
It to bo given by tho mombcrH of tt
II tho Commercial Club during tho II
It coming week. Mr Wcstlakn Is tt
II ono of quite a party of Mlnno- tt
II apolls people who aro siondtng tt
II a few weeks ot tho winter In tho tt
tt city, and It Is anticipated that tt
tt Iro will give tho club many valu- tt
tt nblo suggestions for Its growth, tt
tt while Dr. Uurdctto will have tt
tt his usual fund of good things for tt
tt ttiu common good. tt
others endeavoring to leap .toJthe
street. : MM
It was when tho car strucVZthe
tree on, Alnpal street, after leaving
the mils at tho curve nnd onithV
Ewa side, and thi'ii dashing across
the street, that many of the' iiassen-S
Bers were hurled from thelr seal
and painfully bruised) '.fltfk
It Is understood that a numberof
claims wl'.l be pres'onTcd against 'the"??
Unp'td Transit Company, a number,"
of Hlie ' Daaengers be'lnK prevented fl
tfm attending to' their business" ti-
rff mum wtuv us ftsiu viuvm; numui
"re auffetlng front norvous shockM
- -nIht hivejiejrloiw ,reaulta
,'"l"i'aii Purdj- stuck to his", poatj
7M",' '"." "ru ick lo.nie.poaftjj
'J'Mierdaji'. a, the runaway carfaeefrlJ
,lAnl fl(lft till till IV-rt mnitinntlkA'wAa
dent right' hi till tho moment1 ho" waH
thrown tiff ns the sldn of the car roioM
In the nlr when the curvo wasni
Purdy did all In his power to nvcrtg
the accident but (n the fact of the fact
,u"1 " or ", '
not slop inojcnr. Purdy was balr
c,lt n'"1 untlicd and. considering the,'
v.lr ,h .,,,x,' ., ,. ? .
from ,ll0 car ,,a t.8ca,,3 from deau,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCamllcsH'iuiC
nounce, tho engagement, of their
daughter Madge lo Meut. II. M..Hen
uurn, or the luvcnuo service. hfbi
Plnchnt should have 1tnltate,IuthoJ
ii(iniirauii example or me la't lo'.ters
in his name. Philadelphia Udgcnj
m 1 kjvj
A graveyard Is the lost measure!
man lesorts to.
HOW THIS CO MP AN V
8TANCS READY TO' 'l
SERVE YOU. ''
While the public has .geuik
crni moa or 111a utuinubs of
a trijst company,- tlioro aro
many who do not kuow In just
wnst manner such an iiiHtltii
llnil nn miru i-nn Borvn tliMly
Individual needs. ThereforotWA
wo entimurate the following;
mature of our Trust Depart'
Oiii- Pnmiintiv- nrta n 'Tv.iul K
tee and Executor ot'wllls, and
as Adtnlntstrntor and Guar
Our Company acts bb Trus-'n
tee under mortgages and trust'
deeds, ns Trustee under agreed
ments relating to Ufo Insur-
anco nnd declarations ot trust'
generally, and receives nnd
manages sinking funds. "$j
Our Company acts as Trtis- .JW,
teo for ImeBtlng money, col-JJ
iiuiiiiK luniinus unu caring tor,
Our Company acta as Denos-
Itory for Trustocs nnd Offlccrsjf1
iiuviuK iiiu iiiuiiuKemeiu or es-'
I intes uuu iuuua. i
imp iTnmiinn,. rntia n iijk..
cclver and Assignee utyler aj
lioliitment by court. ' t
Our Company acta as Rcgls-j
irar and Transfer Agent la
the issuing and recording of,
stocks and bolide. ' : i
.,.;: -' - -"i
Our Company writes fire,'
accident ami Ufo Insurance
Our Company Insures auto-
mobiles against flro nnd accl-
ucnt. . s
Our Company acts as brok-'
era In the purchase and salo
of stocka and bonds. ?
Our Comnanv has nn iiiv-lr. 4
date real rstatnuniL.rcutql loi'
linrlhlnnk' iJnv' ' ! i
Our Company rents KAtolie
liosit hoxe.jv. .-"
" TIUIBTiCOMPANY. I.TD.1
Fort and Merchant) Streets
tunvinura on rngc 1.;
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