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Joint resolution proposes
Shall the Legislature be instructed to pass
caxing, etc., uquors except ior meaicinai ana saenraic purposes: , .
Congress sentiment opposes joining provision atjhong wottian vrite. Pleasfe publish.
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BY GRAND JURY
All of tho Japanese who were cap
tured by tho revenue cutter -Ttjetls
at La) snn Island were named In the
Indictments returned by the United
States Grand Jury this morning;, the
Federal Inquisitors submitting a par
tlal report to Judge Robertson.
i The poachers have -been In cus
tody Blncejthclr arrival from Laysan,
and the Indictment charges them
with violating the United slates
laws including the iBland ot Laysan
f In a bird reservation. "
It convicted upon the Indict
menti) returned this morning, toe
Japanese are each subject to a fine
of 500 and imprisonment tor a pe
riod ot six months as a maximum
The other Indictments returned
On Tai is
Carl On Tal wis placed under ar
rest this afternoonOn a secret file In.
dlctmert Included' in the partial re
port of the Federal Qrand Jury this
mornlrg. On Tal Is charged with pur
chasing property belonging - to the
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 15.
Judge Sturtevant has sustained the
action of Mayor McCarthy in his ar
bitrary removal ofthe members of
the old Board of Health and Board
of Education. McCarthy removed the
officers of the Taylor adxoinistration.
and had their successors sworn in
at 2 o'clock in the morninir that he
might avoid interference with his
acts through injunction.
LONDON, Feb. 15. The British
Parliament convened today with the
membership returning fresh from
the elections. The Liberals are be
lieved to have a majority of one over
the combined. Unionist forces. The
passage of the Lloyd-George budget
. is assured.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb
Beets: 88 analysis. 13s. Id.:
4.78c. Previous quotation, 13s.
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lncludo a number of persons who
were included in tho opium smug
gling operations on the Pacific Mall
liners and several violators of the
Those Indicted for opium smug
gling are Chung Kim Hee, Charlie
Parker. Charted Ah Fqq, Kai JCal.
Loong Tlal. Kalawa, Ah Foolc. Yee
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and John Kehaluna.
H. Yokl Is indicted for violation
of the provisions ot the Edmunds
Act, and Charles Kekoa and Cloy
Atezma are named In true bills on
an allegation ot bigamy. Nohoo
Icula Is Indicted on a charge of
breaking Into a postofllce of the
united .States, and Kurlhara, a Jap
aneso, With violating tho Internal
revenuo laws of the United States.
THETIS SAILS ON
Poaciiers And ' Opium
Supposed To Be
Without tho least ostentation or dis
play the United Stales revennocuttur
Thetis ralaed her mud hooks this
morning and shortly after 10 o'clock
bteauied out tho harbor, her ikstliu
lion being left entirely to coiljccluro
Captain Jucoba would under no cir
cumstances dlvulgo tljo. destination or
mo mission ot tno lltllo revenue cut
ter. Fop tho past few dajs a continu
ous strtam ot coal and supplies 1ms
been going Juto tho Bhlpand all prep
arations as far as could bo U-Miuid
presaged a rather lengthy cruise.
Tho Tiictls la helloed will pay a
Ut to LayBan and L,yslansky island.
It was at ono of these lonely spots In
tho mid Pacific that tho revenue ves
sel called on her last memorable crulfo
and there guthercd tho rich plunder
taken from tho feathorod trlbo by a
party of twenty three Japanese who clauM j, invaJid thertb. lu,taining
of iSlng f K "the demurrer of John D. Spreckels
Pnntnln jnrnli- M,l n ctnlpnu nl Imade to the petition Of Budolph
111 tho presonco of soernl newBpaporl8Pckels that there be a nextialdis
men and tenltorlal orflclals upon Ills 'tribution under the terms Of the
arrival hero, that, the Japanese wero
looking for a Japanese schooner to
visit them at bo(h LayBan and Lysl
ansky islands along about tho first or
middle part of March. This schoonor
fs to bo sent out by the Iiysan Island
Feather Company, which is claimed
has its hoadqunrtcrs at Tokyo. It was
a schooner under charter by tho same
concern that loft eight Japan.dii at
ono Island and fifteen at tho other
point of seizure.
The captured poachers dcclircd that
they woro told that they would bo
picked up Homo tlmo nlonrf tho first
part of April and perhaps at an earlier
irate and they wero advised to l.ao
the skins and feathers properly cured
and ready for shipment.
' Thero is but llttlo doubt but Cnptitn
Jacobs will keep a keen lookout for
tho reltof schooner of tho poucheis.
It capturq would rcui(U In a pretty
ponny for government coffers.
Along tho watci front It Is
mat ino metla
almi innlntaln a watch fm bus-
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election July tweritsixth.
(Special Bulletin OaMe.V
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Iwitn five cases or smallpox on the
Make Big Haul
Snecial Bulletin Cable.)
CHATSWOBTH, 111., Feb. 15.
Burglars entered the city bank to
day, ohd after binding and gagging
the two clerks blew open the safe
with dynamite. The burglars made
good their' escape, taking $10,000
SAN FBANCI8C0, Feb. 15.
Judge Coffey rendered a decision to
day in the' famous contest ever the
trust clause oi tne wuioi ine iaie
I Judge Coffey holds that the trust
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 15. Mrs.
Spreckels, widow of the late Claus
Spreckels. and mother of John D.,
lAdolph, Augustus and Rudolph
Spreckels, died today,
HOPKINS VICTIM DEAD.
SAN PEDRO, Cal , Feb. 15. One
of the victims of the boiler tube ex-
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nlosion on the destroyed Hopkins!.
uicu luuuy, mi tuijuuy una uu wi-
dered to determine the responsibility
for the accident. , '1
at next session
Governor Fr-ar found a few ihlnxt
to-regret as to the (statements 'in the!
vrvgimiK TOiuiugrsBi iu quiuuieuiins
on it thl(BornIng. t
rne uorrnor is particularly pleased
wiw tno. inro rmation tnat-tne nauonai
government will bear the e$pene of
t)h- iimiI lAtlnti (l.itr i-nn(A thvt
tt .-Jn-ndlKH Lr. A.- Sjt.j.-ltk.kt
inn -crim:&siHi hiici uu- - vjuiin ajiasa
The chief executive also expressed
regret that women were not to have
me ngni to cast a d.iwi in me torin-
The Governor was asKOd U'tho Leg-)
IsUiuie would be absolutely1 bound
to carry out tho wish of the people as
exprossed at tho polls ut the special
election. He repliM that two, things
coul. bo accepted tth certainty the
first being that tbeiLeglslature woulil
do exactly ns, the'resuHs of the Biec
lal election Indicated, and secondly, If
a prohibition vote carried and the
Legislature did not enact a prohibitory
law. Congress would immediately do
Governor Frcar expressed himself
as being glad that Kuhlo's cable has 8outh:.n Pacific company, was to
cleared up all uncertainty, on the In- j. witness In the snit bronc-ht hv
frtf if thn Inlnt Acinlltllfiri ttnt Ihnf
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iiiu (iiuukib ui. m ivrniuriiti Kuvvrii-i
ment can now settle down to a liorlod
STANDS READY TO
,, SERVE YOU. .
While the public bas a gen
eral Idea of the biikluess of
a trust company. there, are
many who do not know In Just
what manner such an lntlfu
tlon as ours cab serve their
Individual needs Therefore
we enumerate the following
features of our Trust Depart
ment: Our Company acts ssTru
tee and Executor ot wllls.'and
as Administrator and duar
Our Company acta as Trus
tee under mortgages 'and trpst
deeds, as Trustee under agree
ments relating to -Life Insur
anco and declarations of trust
generally, and receive! find
manages sinking funds.
'Our Company acta as Trus
tee for Investing money, col
lecting Incomes and caring for
, Our Company acts as Depos
itory for Trustees and Officers
having the manement of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acts as Re
ceiver and Assignee undor ap
pointment by court.
Our Company acta as Regis
trar and Transfer Agent In
the Issuing and recording of
stocks and bonds.
In addition to these 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 as brok
ers In the purchase and sale
of, stocks and bonds.
Our Company haa an up-to-.
date real estato and rental de
partment, 1J " v
Our Company rents safe do-
, TRUST COMPANY! LTO;
rFprjanrt Merchant Streotif '
,iV Tolophono 730. -...in .
Exjaense appropriation include vote on f ollowingJ
tf lkw prohibiting Manufacture
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Ware has been 'turncd'over to the
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On Big Merger
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HEW. YORK, Feb. 15. J. 0.
Stubba. second vice-nresident of the
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the eovernment to aissoive the mer
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K-i u.bwc.u iuc auuuiuu .iu. an-
the Union Pacific railways,
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MANAQUA. Nicaragua, Feb. 15.
The government forces, after sev
eral hours of severe fighting, recap
tured Matagalpa from the rebels.
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The Rivers and harbors bUl passed
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the House of Representatives today chosen to represent Oahu. Sho win
practically as ft was reported from le mounted on a handsome bay be
the committee. This bill carries an longing to Officer Wright ot tho
annronriation of over four hundred mounted police.
'millions of dollars, including one Ms Mary Knoo, representing Mo
hundred and fifty 'thousand dollars lokal, arrived yesterday morning,
for the Honolulu harbor, two hun-8he brought with hr a ery fine
dred thousand for the Hilo harbor,
and one hundred and fifty thousand
for Kahului harbor.
Plan For Peary
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb, 15.
A suecial gold medal and the thanks
of Congreeajor Commander Peary is
the plan proposed for a, national trib
ute' to Peary in a bill introduced in
the House today, bV
Washington, D.C., Feb. 15, 1910
Castle1 ft Cooke will move from its
present quarters In the Stangenwald
building to the Cummins block, now
occupied by the Wall, Nichols Co., on
Ik. anrn-t nf Vnrt -nil Mitrrh-nt
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streets, about the first of July. The ffit-foot addition will be erected in
allrNkhoUyjimt4Uax- ad.Jbe.'jiewa.comnany.vlU Kj
old .tana 'otT King stTeet7 'i" aluo occupy the second floor wheh'.Ji
The leancs for this Important
chanae of business heailauarters
were negotiated yesterday afternoon.
and only the derails of the deal re-
main to be completed,
Castle &"Cooke requires larger
quarters, an the building on, the
corner suits Its purposes, as well ns
making Its place ot business conve-
nlent for those who deal with the
house In connWtlon with the grow-
lng business of the Matson Navlga-
ROUTE OF PARADE
Island Princesses Are
Arriving With Their
The Floral Day Parade commit
tee are hard at It, completing their
plans for the success of the parade. '
Nearly all the Island princesses have
been chosen, some are already hero
and others are expected this week.
Miss Wllhelmlna Weight of rapal
kou, Hawaii, who Is the selection ot
the Hllo board ot Trade, Is a niece
of Miss Anna Rose, who has repre
sented the Island of Hawaii In pre
vious occasions. She will arrive by
the Manna Kea on, Saturday. Her
horse and costume have been ar
ranged fdr and every dotal) Is being
attended to to make Hawaii one of
the best represented ot the group.
Miss Weight will ride a very hand
some black gelding owned by Hack
Inspector Scully. This Is one ot the
finest animals on Hawaii.
Mrs. Peter Maltba will arrive ln
this city tomorrow to represent Ka
uai. She Is an equestrienne of no
small merit. Mrs. Maltna will ride
Mokehana, a famous horse owned by
francis uav ot Kauai.
Mlu Wattle Holt is tho princes.
horse belonging to a. P. cooko,
which she will ride In tho parade.
Yesterday morning she went out
riding with Mies Rose Davison and
the children who will act 41s escorts
to the Island princesses.
The board of govomors ot the pa
cific Club have decided to put In a
decorated automobile, so that all the
local social clubs will boroprcsont
ed. Mr, G. Potter has charge ot this
Harry Denlson, marshal ot tho pa
rade1, Is busy selecting hU deputy
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or sale of intoxi
The Wall, Nichols Co. has made
arrangements for an enlargement ot
the Hepubllc building, where Its
Klnr atrnfft fttnre IB nnff lnrnlfd. A
the Yokohama Specie Dank movea.il.
Into Its new bulldlne. -
The change of location l an In- 'JJj
tcreBting commentary BuAhe drift'
of the iota!) business sccnonfot tho
City. Tho tendency Is, away front,
the lower part of the town, ns the
wholesale houses demand larger
space nlong the u. iter front. Retail
business iiIbo has to be not lower
than King street In order to gain
tho best results.
MOTHER SAVES BABY
Morning Fire Destroy
DUIlUUIg AIM .
At ten minutes to nine this morulnCtj
a fire alirm nns tunic 1 Into the sta
tion from tho box at tho cornor';ot
King and Doweett lane. Tho engines
from the central flro station, and that
of Palamn. wero quickly on tho snot"
but It wan seen t,hat Jlio house, which,':,
belonged to C. U. Wight, was doomed)!
Tho building, nhlrji was In DeshaVv
Lane, vas burned to tho ground and$
on us rouiunis were reuuecu 10 asnes. v
A Japaneso ranillj named Vade wero
living Iu the hotiso. which nag sur
rounded by other buildings ot the Bams'
flimsy kind, and had It not been forv
the prompt action of tho mother, a1
child of tlireo ears would certainly
huvo been burned to deatt- '
Tho mother was at work washing -In
tho back) ard when sho heard cries
from tho baby, who was In tho house.
At tho same tlmo tho woman bqw .
flames bursting through a window and' p
a thick volume of smoke making Ita ,1,
way from all tho openings In the V
house. v tlt ,
Tho mother did not hcsltato a mo-'
ment but dashed Into tho rodm whore, v
in. nan; nun 111111, iiiiin.111,11 in. wuui.Qi
plnce w ns a manim name, she finally ;
siaicreu oiu ni mo uiuiuiug wun wow
child In hor arms. In the meantlmeS"
neighbors had coma to the rescue, and!; ;
they did their hist to ovcreomo thaJM,
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tt today announces tho reflation j
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