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From Ban Tnno!ioo:
Manchuria Feb. 14
Tor tan Swnolsco:
Lurllne Feb. 1G
Makura ,.i Mar. 4
iloana Mar. 2
ESTABLISHED 1883. NO. 4639.
Alden Besse Is
Sails Away Despite Attachment Writ
Captain Miller Denies
. High Sheriff Honry nailed a writ
of attachment Issued by Judge W. J.
Koblnson to the foremast of tho bark
AHen IJesso yesterday afternoon,
tho document being the outcomo of
o milt Instituted by Jacob Rosen
berg, a local scroti 'ton dealer, who
alleged that n portion of the nine
hundred tons of old Junk loaded Into
'the bark had not been paid for.
Ship and writ were found to have
disappeared this' morning, Captain
Frederick Miller, who Is taking the
Aldon Hesso to Redondo, having Ig
nored the Admonition of High Bher
Iff Henry that ho hold the bark until
the Rosenberg claim had been ad
justed. The Alden JMe sailed out of the
harbor In,tow(of the MokolU' shortly
after 7 o'clock this morning. The
vessel li now well, .on hor way but-
side the three-mtlo limit and, .favor
able winds permitting, the ancient
craft wilt make all possible speed to-
wards Bouthern California.
Before sailing, Captain Miller Is
Enid to have defied the authority of
OVER 700 ON
r r i
Liner Arrives Saturday
On Return Trip To
The Hamburg-American liner
Cleveland, which arrives in Hono
lulu Saturday morning on Its return
trip from Ban Francisco, will carry
over seven hundred passengers, who
are on their way around to New
The passenger list of the Clove
land Is as follows:
Captain Rcmrner J. R. Aden, San
FrnncUco, Cnl.i Mr. H. J. Aden, San
Francisco, Cal.; Mr. Charles Ahrens,
Louisville, ky.; Capt. J. M. Androws,
Now York"; Mr. J. T. Asnworlh, Dcs
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MASONS OF H1L0
24th Will Be Great Day
In Annals Of
Hllo Masons aro planning a great
welcome for-all Mnsons on the 24th
Inst., whon they will dedicate their
mannincent now Masonic Temple.
Wm. McKay, who la the officer lit
general c' rgo of tho dedicatory ex
ercises announces that an effort Is
being made to securo excursion rates
from Honolulu and tt Is probablo that
tho Htounior Mauua Kea will leavo Ho
nolulu on Wednesday, February 23, in
order to accommodate not only tho
peoplo who want to stay In Honolulu
for the Floral parade but also thobo
anxious to muko tho trip to Hllo for
Kilo's Masonic Templo is by uil
odds tho most beautiful Templo In Ihu
Islands, if not tho most artistic struc
turo, and tho Hllo contingent will
make the dedication fitting In every
detail, Tho ceremonies will ,bo Im
pressive and, tntaroMlng, In the oon
lug a banqunt will ba served,
BULLETIN AUS PAY
tho High Sheriff In that he claimed
that the Territorial official had no
jurisdiction over his craft. The Al
lien llesso cleared for Redondo on
last Tuesday, nndccording to Mill
er nothing save a United States mar
shal, ncilug under orders from a Fed
eral court, coufd 'detain the Alden
llesso under, such circumstances.
Alter a consultation with his. at
torney, Miller served notice upon
the High Sheriff that he Intended to
sail and he carried out his Intention,
much to the surprise as well as the
amusement of a numbor of water
fronters who have been awaiting the
outcome of the trouble.
In the meantime there are several
tons of scrap iron on the wusif
which, were' Uft behind by the Aide
Hesse owing, to" n mandate from the
Insurance underwriters, who refused
to insuie ship or carjjo If njore.than
the legal hUolmentof Ccargo was
The Alden llesso Is expected to
roturn here with mainland cargo, In
cluding an Ice-making plant.
Son Of Widowed Mother
Would Be Sailor
Sheriff Jarrett has to act In many
capacities, and his principal rolo at
picFrnt appears to be' as family con
fidant to all and sundry. Many a
row the genial Sheriff has patched
up between husband and wife, and
weyward children are always
Li ought to him by their parents.
Deputy Rose is also nearly every day
railed upon to settlo Borne family
quurrels, and in many caseB he mail
ages to convince either the wife or
husband that It is better to kiss and
This morning Sheriff Jarrett had
Continued on Pace 4.
. PREPARING TREAT
Celebrated ' Theatrical
Stars May Visit
This City '
A number of prominent members of American diplomats in foreign capi
tho Civic Federation, known as tho tals was started anew today, when a
Dmm?,VCr.cT,mltu'?' aro C00'erat,nB bill was introduced providing for the
wi wi. '""1. 5.5" S"oroV: appropriation of five hundred thou-
Charles Wyncihnm and Louis James
vltit this city with a view to giving a
series of performances for tho benefit,
of thnRfi whu nnnrcclato httrh class I
This action Is In conformity with at-'
suggestion ndvanced by the Iiulle
tin sometime ago and 'promises tu
rccctvo tho undUldod support of the
W. II. CnBtlo has been appointed to BRUSSELS, Belgium, Feb. 10.
look Into tho mattor and enlist the Kjng 'Albert ,is not to disappoint
sympathy or several of the weaHhy those who predicted that his acces
citizens, so that iho financial end will i t tj . j.rone wonld brine about
be In proper hands vnnd these noted " 0JtJh. lll. T? ?i,. JSaJZ, ,
nctrors and actress bo given some J favorable change in the affairs pf
gunrantoe beforo making Bitch a long the Congo. It was authoritatively
trip. Mr. Castlo will appoint a com-
mltteo to servo under him. and Mr.
Adams will bo nslrod to meet this
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10 FADES. HONOLULU,
WILDER DEMANE PROPERTY RETURN
in onnfaraiiir miih nnHnoiiinn tmm
wmhineinn hv nn-Oneon .Ullnoknlttril'
Washington b oxqueonyjlluokalan
that she had on January .1, re.vpked
In Us entirety her deed of,'trueA'tq A.
8 Clegliorn W. O. Smith, anil ?C. V.
Iaukeo, Arthur Wilder, of the Jinn of
Thompson, CIcmons & Wilder, this
morning made a formal demand himii
tho three trustees for tne return of
tho property of I Jlluoknlanl that came roi poratea 'WiSBin tne provisions or wacnon ami iu maKo lormai uomanu up
into tlielr posacsBlon by the' terms of' the trust decdlwMh the exception of on them for tho Teturn of tho prop
tho deed of truut dated December I WashlniJton; Mice and "Kealolillanl," frty.
The notification of tho Queen'n ra
vocation came as a complete surprise
to the three trustees and a succlsl
meeting will be held this afternoon to
art on the demand mado bv Judirn Wll
der, based on the lotter received from
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LIlluoKalani nt Washington.
KEW YORK, Feb. 10. The tint
sentence unone; the "higher-ups"- of
those involved in the frauds of the
Sugar Trust was passed today. Oli
ver Spitzer, the former, dockituper
intenoent of the American Sugar Be
lining Company, who was convicted
of defrauding the government, wa
sentenced to two years in the peni
tentiary. Canal Com'tee
Gets To Work
(Wial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 10.
iThe Senate Committee on Cfrnais to
day held a hearinir in which arim
ments on the proposed government
facino Panama steamship line were
threshed oat and considered in de-uil-
WASHINGTON, D. C, ,Feb. 10.
The movement to properly house the
fl dollft B JW to be jpended
in the construction of United States
1- ' '
announcea tnai tne uovernraem win
undertake a thorough reform of the
conditions among the
peopje of the
Trust Man Murder is Japanese
Sent To The Charge Bill Is,
"4!1?rienn asss-csv Faynren1 '
Oit.-tt HAWAII, THURSDAY,
MAN GETS TWO YEARS
Titers Is Aeoaslderaule mystery as
to M motive Ahet liavo actuated tho and description."
Quaea (j Ag to rovoke the trUBt Ju,,Ko w(U)r declared (hlg mornlng
dee(1 whlcn ,jnad$ complete provision that he knew nothing as to the roa-
for the control' of her estate during sons that have moved tho Queon In
her llfetlmcahri Its disposition at her her decision to nbrogato the terms of
death. V' - (her deed of trust to Cleghorn, Htulth
A number of bequests were made) and Iauken.
for tho "purpose .of charity and nil of i He stated t t It dcvolvo.1 upon him
htfv po.eitBr and holdings wot.e in-
at wusiila in
In the lerfi
imsoology of the doc-,
the Queen has now
or dlsapprdval, tt pro-
okalanl "does, here-
r and de'iver unto the
and singular her right
(Snecial Bulletin Cable.)
KANSAS CITY, Mo Feb. 10.
Dr. B. 0. Hvdi. who was charged by
the grand jury with administering
strychnine to Millionaire Thomas
Swope, with the intention of foul
play, has, been arrested for murder
and bond fixed at 125,000.
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Cnnrlw Wllllain illacreudy fin
uppeaed In New" Ytjrk October 2,
1826, its Vlrglnlus. i The receipts for
the performance; were f 168,0.
STANDS READY TO
While the fmbllo has n gen
eral Idea of tfio buxlness of
a trust company, tbero are
many who do not know In Just
what manner-'such an Institu
tion as ours can servo their
Individual needs. Thoreforo
we enumerate the following
features of our Trust Depart
ment: Our Company acta as Trus
tee and KxecutoV of. wills, and
as. Administrator and Guar
Our Comjiany. icts ns Trus
tee under mortgages and trust
deeds, as Trusted under agree
ments relating to 'Life Insur
ance and, declarations of trust
generally and receives and
manages sinking funds.
Our Company acta as Trus
tee for lnestlng money, col
lecting Incomes and carlug for
Our Company acts as Depos
itory for Trustees and Officers
having the management of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acts as Ilo
celvor and Asslgneo under ap
pointment by court.
Our Company acts as Regis
trar and Transfer Agent In
the Issuing and recording of
stocks and bonds.
In addition to thote trust
Our Company writes surety
Our Company writes fire,
accident and life Insurance.
Our Company insures auto
mobiles against fire and acci
dent. Our Company acts iih brok
ers In tho purchase and salo
of stocks and bonds.
Our Company has an up-to-dato
real eetato and rental de
partment. , Our Company rents safe de
' HENRY WATERHOU8E
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Fort niid Merchant Street.
m. a. u. rout, who was cnaieea oy
This Day's News Is Primed
FEBRUARY 10. 1910. 10 PAGES.
and title and Pilate or every naturo
'io inform tho trustees or uie queens
rraira inonipi-on 01 uio nrm o;
Thompson, ClcnAins tt Wilder Is now
In Washington as Is also I'rlnco Kuhlo,
the Delegate to Congress.
in the event or I.illuokaiani dying
Intestate her heirs would be Prince
Kdhlo and the children of tho late
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 10.
Tho Fscific Coast gained a point in
its campaign for immigration exclu
sion today. The bill of Congressman
Hayes' to restrict the immigration of
Japanese and other immigrants was
favorably reported to the House.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
nvpucirvr 0.1 i.k in Tm
robbers entered tho postoOce at this
place today and after a severe fight
with the official in charge, in which
pistols were freely used, the official
was uvcrpowcrcu bjiu ine rooocn
rifled the office, makinsr their escape
BUENOS AYRES, Feb. 10. The
French expedition that Went to the
Antarctic to discover the South Pole
is reported to have reached the Strait
of Magellan on its return home.
WASHINGTON. D. 0 Feb. 10.
Captain Alexander Sharp of the navy
died today from typhoid fever.
FBANCISCO, Feb. 10.
00 uiiaiyiis, 101. x-arnyi
Previous quotation, 12s.
For Haia" ords M Slulletln.
in Today's Bulletin
Deserved Visitation For
The Nippu JIJI lll !ne to nnsuer
for n number cf articles In which at-
tacks are made on U. S. Attoinsy,1'"' KolK "e lst to recelvoj
iirnUon- . specialist's treatment. -,
Portions of the articles follow:
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ttVITPTJ UTITI'S niQTIUCT at
TOItNER IN DANQKIl OF IX).S-'
IK 10 ICIfUllVU uiui J4 o. i"oit
rtiiarney muihuns seni a cauie i"
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ine auorney-ucnerai ni suingioii
asking mm for a leavo at once (11111
ns soon ns no gcis permission lie wm
start tor tne uast. 1 ,
As Is well known, he is single-
Master of Luriine Pleads
Guilty To Dumping
At tho police court this morning
the case of Captain Wcedon of the S.
S. Lurllne, who was charged with al
lowing oil to run into the harbor
from hU vessel, was taken up, Abe
Lewis Jr. nppeared for tho captain,
win) was not In court, and a plea of
guilty was entered. Tho captain
was fined $1 and $3 costs.
Judge Thayer was on tho bench,
and on the nlea belnc entered ho
djcap r'eet: tKountj
stated and then udded
will be suspended for thirteen
There was at once a stir In court,
and Lewis, getting to his feet, said:
"I tuko that, jour Honor, to mean
that wo have-not to pay the fine or
costs for thirteen months." Thon
tho Judge put -on his thinking cap,
km.I mSk ..AAirt a lntltinnttn -!1Ia1
pnd after some deliberation replied ;
that he would annul that pnrt of the
sentence referring to tlfc year and n
The fine, therefore. Is $4 altogotl:-
ler, nnd the mattor Is ended for the
Dissatisfaction continues to exist
amnnir n number nf Ihn HiiSHtnn Ini.
migrants who havo lately arrived ut
Hawaii from boutnern Manchuria ns
n result of tho campaign for labor no
being carried un by sieclal agents A.
U C. Atkinson and J. W. I'einlstrous.
Tho interislnnd steamer Claudlno
brought flo Russians among her Ho
nolulu bound passengers this morning.
In leaving tho vessel they nnnounccd
that they would attempt V l"d oilier
employment In or near Honolulu.
For somo woeks pnst, Russian fam
ilies Including parties of from thrt'o
to a half dozen iicrsons, huvu been
drifting back to Honolulu from tho
Mirloua Island plantations. Somo of
these people rcmnln hero but a short
tlmo and then tako outgoing btcamcrs
for tho mainland.
Knmona, a Hawaiian youth of nbout
eighteen yonrs of ago has been taken
Io tho pollco station for Investigation.
Two loung girls complained to tho
Sheriff that as they walked down King
street past tho nuimarkot, tho jouth
1ltnf1 inlln.l tti mil anmn vlln nninnn n.l
nail used somo norco expressions.
1 The boy is said to bo a Kakaako
tnuith anil he will huvo to explain mat'
tcrB tomorrow morning in tho Pollco
Five populflr ladies will visit Yo-
scmitc National Park and tour Cali
fornia as the guests of the Bull e
tin for six weeks this summer.
Read the details in Saturday's Bul
PRICE .5 CENTf. v.
With Eyesight Is a;
eyed, nnd ns his only oe Is now In nS
doubtful condition, ho Is contcmplat-!
. .T"ls .,rou!''0. '"'. ,.,,,t ho h? Jlttn:l
' i.nmoiti fr (;,, m. ii. nriKflnntinn n.n
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Nlnnii Jilt fFebriurv 41.
Wliat nil .nlminlnaliie nltllinlo-iif n?i
tfpllnw who becomes the plantcrsidoghj
(liirlltir lllf HftlUf nti,l 1HIW ll,Hl1mP!l
i he iu mi nf Inn Amorlc-m hhvI
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, hinted) In tlm poachers' casb! J
Nippu Jljt (Fobruary n).
Tiu: l-OAClinAS AIIB CKIITAIN-
i.v TO HE ACQUITTED.
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ISLAND FOLK FOR I
Carnival Feature May
' Visitors -
Peoplo of Hawaii, Maui and Kmi.it
hao been nwakened to tho big event'
which Is to be pulled off In Honolulu-"
on hebrunry Zl nn.l .- nnd nrrnngo-,
tnontft hnvu nnw liunn tlpri plml ulmrn.
by a largo delegation fitun tho other' t;
Islands ma bo permitted to visit tho
city and witness thu Moral I'arado oml
Elks' Curnlvjl nt a great!) 1 educed
rnto of faro.
.Manager Kennedy of tho Inter-Is-
la" ' su',1 Mal3tlon Company hi
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luruuuu ui cciituiiies wiueu fciiuum
presage the prujeuco of many Island
Tho Inteplcland Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., Kill Issue round trip tickets .
by the steamers Miiunu Kea nnd Kl-
nun. ii, jdBBiimvin iii.iii jiumiu. .tiitui.,7
n.l If nltnl .l,n ivIaI. t.. ntlnml Ihn - .
H..11 .., n,u ,. ... ...tv.lll ,t(W
Elks Carnival' and Floral farado.
B. a, Mnunn Kea will nrrlvo Ilono-
lulu regular tlmo mi Saturday, Feb-
runrr ID. Returning, will leao Ho-.
nolulu on Wednesday, Kearu.iry 23, nt-'jj
9 o clock a. m.( lnstonil of Tuesday),
arriving at Hllo about C a. in. Thurs-,
day mnrnltig In time to catch tho
morning train to tho Volcano. ,
I'onunuea on rage 4.'
JAPANESE SHOT BY
SAILOR WILL RECOVER
Knlclil, the Japanese who was shot
by lluaaey at iwilcl, Is getting on
well at the hospital, and the doctors
now say that the man will recover.
Tho bullet, In some straugo manner.
Just mlkkod penetrating tho Intestines
of tho Japanese, and after cutting a
track around the man s stomach, did
no further damage.
Hussey and his mate are still bo-
lug hold at tho pollco station, ol- ,
though no chargo has been lnldV
against tho formor ns yet. As Boonf
as It is certain how Knlclil Is to tarat
after the shooting, n charge will
laid against thu sailor.
Last night thu liouso of Mike liar-
yoy on tho Asylum road was euter- "J
ed by someone nnd u bag containing
B0 cents taken from the place whero
tt wns hanging on a nail.
Chlof of Detectives McDuffle quick-
ly got on the trail of the thief nnd'
exnnrtB In lnnil him thin nflernnnn.
A discharged tenant Is suspected, !ftS
nnd thcro Is nBTdoubt of his being 'j
isi ni Invnal IsrrrVtnYi liAfnr.i liini "w S
mar BULLCTIN ADH PAY M
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