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From, San Vrancisoo:
Alameda Feb. 18
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4148.
10 PAGE!. HONOLULU, TERRITORY, OF. HAWAII, FRIDAY,-FEBRUAHY 18, 1010. 10 PAGES,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
JOS. CL PRATT'S
SENT TO SE
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 18.
Senator Tillman, who was stricken
while at the Capitol on Wednesday,
is in a very serious condition. He
suffered a stroke of apoplexy and has
been rendered sneechless. The nhvsi.
cians state that there is a clot op the
brain that has.prodnccd paralysis.
Dj Cook Says
He's the Man
cswrrinn m,;t t.v 1Q n
n..i. . v-A. -ni '. ' ...."- iM
L"" :"' Y.l'vJLlr: 7 ??
mitted his .identity today. He has; 8an Fmnclsco," declared Purser Smith "'' "" T'STh A. Th0 offlcer ihcn " B an0
nothinc to say Of his Tecord or,his of the Ocynnlc steamer Alameda upon lo.ruon;, Lmcrson and Vr. CUrK putt)ng ,, ..,,r,01lel into 't, drovfc
future plans. arrival at tho wharf at 8 o'clock. 1', tho Alameda declared that they did down to ' the ')ko iUtl0 Td,
UW1 III UUI UIJ IV! WMttC HWC, BU" ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 18.
The President today nominated Jos.
0. Pratt postmaster of Honolulu.
RIFLE SANCT RY
ti. i,. ....i .i, .,,,
ICnwalaluio church last nlcht and nt-1'"88,"1 ,a0 ,hU1 b,rlcf 5e.180n ?l blul '"'e'e wns one visitor whom Super
mpTcu to rifle a safe which wn-1 S, SSit rem,,,llUer f ,ho tr'" w"-8(lntendent Il.own ejed with suspl-
tallied tho church records and other
iilualile belonging to the organiza
tion. Tho lsItors did succeed in secur
ing tho contents of n "poor box,"
iMMi rimtnllinil n nnmll Rum
.,n..ni l.n ral-tvll1 ntTartntra nf lhl)
IIIUI1VJ , II.U llfcO-ll.ll WI1IIUB U, ...V
However, tho nmount Is compara
tively trilling, nnd will cause no
hardship In making It up.
Tho tobbcrs effected nn entrance
through a window. Chief McDufllo
hns taken tho trail of a aluable
cine this ,, ring and b.l.ie. that
! Ililnr n llilAVAa mill onnll ln
tho thief or thlovea
will soon be
placed under arrest
Mongolia Brought Polygot
Labor For Sugar
It cnino pretty near being n con
cries of nations that assembled an tho
furnnrd and nftor main docks of tho
l'aclflc Mall liner Mongolia as that ves
sel canto alongside of tho Alakca wharf
Over a half thousand laborers rep
resenting a variety of nationalities, In
tended for tho Hawaiian sugar planta
tions, woro ready to set foot on a
strango I'ind and takn up n now field
of labor on tho Island sugar estates.
The largo party Included 315 Rus
sians, wiio liavo been recruited from
central and western Manchuria. Thcso
pcoplu were mado up of 181 men, 50
women and 75 children. livery pio
caution wns taken by tho port officials
to prevent any attempt towards mo
lesting tho recruits. It appears tint
thoro Is decided dissatisfaction exist
ing among a niitr.ber of those Russians
who, arrived, at Honolulu nt tho early
Btagb of labor recruiting operations in
Siberia. They claim to dlsllko tho
labor and conditions ns existing on
tho Hawaiian sugar plantations nnd a
number of families havo returned to
Honolulu and are horo awaiting an op-
puriuniiy oi returning to Aiauruuria or
(taking up other lints df cniplovmcnt
en tho mainland.
Tho presence of tho agitator has al
ways worked harmfully with fresh re-
emits. Tho Territorial Immigration)
VVHllllUWI 0" JtliC 6,
OPIUM AND SAILOR
HELD IN CUSTODY
tt . Tho Mongolia did not lcavo St
tt for tho Const without nn opium U
tt Bclztiro, although this time tho St
tt quantity found by the United tt
tt States officials was small In qiinn- U
tt tlty. Fourteen tins of the ton- tt
tt traband wero discovered secreted ttl
tt In the bunk of a Chlneso sailor, tt
tt Tho opium and tho sailor wcro tt tt
't turned over to United States DIb- tt tt
tt trlct Attorney Mrcckons and will tt tt
tt reecho the attention of tho Fad Jl tt
tt cral Oiand Jury, a tt tt
ALAMEDA STILL IN
San Francisco Ferryboat
Looks To Her
"Fho thus eighteen hours nnd twon
y ".loute. :.w light to light Is tho
tm (.. .
"The Alameda can jstlH trave In tho
.ma-'elu. with tho now ocean grey..
Dame class wwi inu nuw uceau Krey-i-"- " ..-... ..-.v w.,.v.Vv.. MU v-
hounds that are now touching at HonoiJ'levI that tho bOBt placer tor her'wifs
lulu." was tho comment of another of
flclal belonging to tbo popular "ferry
boat." "Yes, and we skinned the new Wil
hclmlna a good seven minutes on the
way down and then didn't half try for
a speed record," said one of tho engi
The Alameda dally runs' were 33S,
389. 364. 347. 3S9 and 282. according
to tho ship's log.
Tho first day out from San Fran-
Cisco Old Nentuno klckod up a bit of a
a.nivni..n ..nl.tn .... i ir.
age passengers arrived and' tho liner
could hnvu afforded Instant rollofto
thoso "misguided Individuals" who aro
nllcced an waltlntr "a ear nt Snn Fran-
of'clsco for a chance to come to liono-
,,,.,., , ,,.i .
iiiuiiiuuu HI llio Biiiuuii not in u ian
who crino hero under tho nusplces of
tho Ssit Iko Lodgo of L'lks. They '" beT lieai1' and he telephoned for
wcro met by a delegation from Hono- Dr. Mackall, who Informed the po
lulu Lodge thlb morning, and before lice department of tho case, nnd or
thn ntnnmer tnnphi.d nt tho wharf the flerpd thht the wnman Rlintitil hn
; ladies nnd gentlemen were niiomi'd
11'1 "wnl Ids. Tho party Includes:
J' "., Jf,." Zm
.. " '. . ' .
,Kay, Miss Juanlta Kay, Oguen; John
Crawley, Idaho Falls; Joseph Young,
MIbs Clara Young, Miss U young, John
McTorley, Miss K. McTorley. Mrs. M,
J. McOIII, Miss Grnco Drybrend, Miss
K. Dackman, Mrs. A. C. ltoblnson and
(ContinnedoB Page 2.
LIFE RETURNS TO
TRADING IN STOCKS
Active Business On Ex
change; Oahu Setting
yards, and work Is being carried on
Arrival of the sugar market oxperts day and night in order that she may
from the Coast opiars to havo been be ready for sen nnd to sail on a
what tho stock market needed, and to- schedule dating from March 20."
day's stock sheet took on an old tlmo I The Alameda will probably make
appearance. 'one more round trip from San Fran-
There was general trading all along ct8C0 to nonoluiUf and wm then Evo
tho lino nt very good figures. Tho w . , sletta whlch iorBBr nnd
cheaper stocks have como into tho lime Jl"fJv '... ,, ,'., ,S Tv "
light again and Olua Is making B fter vessel will cover theSan Fran
strong bid for popularity. Over ono clsco-Honolulu run for an Indefinite
thousand shnros wcro sold jestcrday period, ,
and today at C875, and apparently tho 1 Tho Sierra is being converted Into
market Ib pretty well cleaned up at an oil-burner, and throughout the
thnt figure. Mctlrjilo also took quite vessel has been given a general over
a brace Belling on tho board at 7.376. hauling. Her furniture and fittings
ilnna ,in Rpntn vnrv utinnir nt Hint Up.
urO. Over two hundred shares of this
stock sold above 3(1 25 since yesterday.
Tho other big sale mado on tho IM-
chango was two hundred nnd eoventy'
flV0 shares of Honokaa at 23.
Thoro wns considerable vailety In
tho mnrkut. Hawaiian Commercial
hold at 38.75, Hawaiian Sugar ut 53, I.ow!h, Jr., as a member at a Commit.
Onomea nt 54, IMoucer at 217.50, nnd slon of Insanity to tuko tho place vu
O. 11. & h. Co. at 145. Mutual Tola- cnlcil by tho resignation of ,Alexander
phono stock again appeared nn tho list
of sales nnd thnnrlco of tho 'phono
Ijn U II ll ll UVVI,
Ladv I ounst Acted (J
"If I meet with nn accident, wire1
Grove Avenue, Pasadena, Calif."
This Is tho wordhiR of a brief
handbag belonging to Miss A. 11. Van Kirk, a pasamgor b, the
Oceanic steamship Alameda, who arrived ,hore affltctld with; what Is
declared by tho ship's officials as acute Saint Vitus banco, and who
was thrown into n ilarK and nitny dungeon at tno city jnti very short
ly after arrival, at the Instanco of City and County Jh slcltm Bruce
V, Macknll, who claimed that the woman Is Insane '
Tho Dullctln has forwtnled a cnb'oHtf thoj address of Mr1.
Copo advlrlng lilm of the woman's unfortunate predicament.
meat of Woman
Miss Van Kirk wos examined before
Irs hdM "
ueiievo inai mo wroiin was cap-
?bo of taking care , o f JicimU and bo-
ln'lho'lnsano asylum until tho return
trip of tho.Alamoda to the Coast.
Judge Andrade took this view of
Miss Van Kirk's case and signed her.
commitment to tho asylum.
When she was searched at the nollco
Ja.it tn . .
on her CUrrC """
When a laraa Dartv of touristn
iWho arrived on the AUmeda this.
morning flocked to the Hawaiian
Hotel offlc tn reelster their names.
ou. Tho ntteUtlon of the mannger
waB caI,cl ,0 the woman, who was
acting In a peculiar fashion. Instead
of nwnltlng her turn to register, she
kftut rnnnlni, nrnimil thn ulnpp nnil
mumbling to herself.
Ilrown, after speaking to the wo-
dPnldnil thnt ulin wnii not lleht
",nn' aec,ae1 ,nat Bho was not ilgUt
.taken to the police Btntlon for cx-
," c(er ' !"' clothes
1 fl (llRtlfl f Pit Oil tn Ihn Ilrlttrnllfltl 1 In.
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tel, nrtd tho woman was Informed
' 're was uo room ni mai pioce,
but that sho could be accommodated
READY FOR SEA
"They are sparing no pains nor
expense at San Francisco to make
a fine passenger liner out of the
Oceanic Steamship Company's Si
erra," said a member .of tho official
staff of tho steamer Alameda this
"The vessel litis been at tho Coast
M ' "
Qovemor Fiear this morning nn-
nouncCd tho appointment of Abe
Lindsay, who beromu Attnrnoy den
oral1 upon tho resignation, of C. It.
D P? ' JVf Orj& O p3 p
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Sent To Prison Cell
Mr. nil' Cope, sU North Orange
noto found this trtorntng In a
H N K tt tt It tt M
AyrnniMnlH by tho police offl.-er, The woman seemod thoroughly
the woman, who was very will dreis frlgtitened arid cowed. The experl
d and presented a smart appear- ence of ponding In Honoldlu In a
anco.walked down Alak.ea.jjt feet and bad 'state of health, and trfen being
along Hotel to ns, far as theYoung. rushed down to the police station
On the officer iuggesting'ttiat the on a charge of insanity, is already
Aoung was sewral blocks further
rinvn thA wnmiri rnnllnil 'rlh Hn.
down, the woninp replied
lhl ' the Young Hotel.
1 with to
beranie thorouahlv alarmed
wn'a h'' Jffitl'ffilS
and sho cried out, t'Murderl Help I
Pu Into Cell.
Upon arrival at the station some
difficulty wss "ir-infiMsi in I -t
' .- ... ... riUI",nj'.1i. i.
i(1b f"V nuuijil U leave IUB UB1 1.
However' M"y fh w "om
the vehicle nnd conveyed to a cell.
There was considerable trWne n
nnaing oui ner name, as me nauu
bag the had with; her only had a
letter signed A. V. K.
There wore manyv valuable- arti
cles In the bag, and a well-bound
lllble, which was scanned In hopes
of finding n name on It, but which
reveuled nothing. However, n glanco
at the Alameda passenger list clear
ed up the matter, and It was dis
covered that the'woman'a name wuh
Miss Ada Van Kirk and that she had
been In Honolulu on previous orcn
The woman when Interviewed In
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HOW THI8 COMPANY
STANDS' READY TO
While tho publlc'tioB a gen
eral Idea of the buMnets of
a trust company, there are
many who do not know In Jimt
what manner such an Institu
tion as ours'can servo their
Individual needs. Therefore
wo onutnerato the following
features of our Trust Depart
ment: Our Company nets as Trus
tee and Executor of wills nnd
as Administrator and Guar
dian. Our Company acts as Trus
tee under mortgages and trust
deods, as Trustee under agree
ments relating to Life Insur
ance nnd declarations of trust
generally, and receives and
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 tho management of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acts as Re
ceiver and Assignee under ap
pointment by court.
pur Company acts -as Regis
trar and Transfer Agent In
tho Issuing and recording of
stocks and bonds.
In addition to these trust
Our Company writes surety
Our Company writes flro,
accident and life Insurance.
Our Company Insures auto
mobiles against fire and acci
dent. Our Company acts as brok
ers In the puichaso and sale
of slocks nnd bonds. (
Our Company hasfhh'-tbp-to-data
real estato and rental de
partment. Our Company rents safa. de
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Tort nnd Merchant Streets,
Jicr, cell was senslble'enough, anijbe
Vond a twitching of the fnco that' In
dicated Bt. Vitus' Dance, appeared
to be satie. "My name Is Ada Van
Kirk," she remarked in the presence
..- . . aia a.... .
oi a uuiienn reponor. i iimo
i..nn.i ltnnntui.. ,i.fXr nnfl mv iimtl.
beeni In Honolulu before afld my lust
visit was about three )ears ngOvj
j .On lcing asked where her money f
and return ticket to Bin Francisco
were, 'Mlts ynn Kirk replied: -"I
don't know, if I am In safe bands
here, so I won't say where my money
Is." . ,
tolling on her nerves. The fact that
"the woman was 'dumued Into a com
k ,... .. U...
nion cell Instead of being held In
private room at the polite station
until a doctor could be got to ex
amine her is thought by even one
tp b an outrage. In fact, tho ar
rest or, i no wpiuan, insteaa or naving
n3r exanfltie'd "at some, rptfn.Jiptown
where a police officer might have
takeb care of her. It being comment
ed upon by all who have beard of
Dtputy Sheriff Rose It In full
charge of the police station today, as
Sheriff Jarrett is away .down tno
country. The deputy does not care
to take any steps in the matter till
Dr. Emerson has turned In his rq
port as to the sanity of the woman.
In the meantime Miss Van Kirk was
locked In an adjoining cell to an
alleged murderer and a bunch of
Miss Van Kirk has been In Hono
lulu un several occasions, und a
llulletln staff representative re
members her former visit to this
city. The lady was then suffering
from a nervous disorder that affect
ed tho nAiBcles of tho face, but she
was perfectly rational at all times.
She remarked upon leaving Honolulu
some three years ago that she felt
much benefited by tho visit and that
she would certainly return again
u oino May.
At 1 o'clock today Dr. Emertou
was closeted with Mlsa Van Kirk
and his decision was nwaltod
(Continued on Fatto 4)
ADOUT OUR ISLANDS
"It Is extraordinary what Ignor
nnco prevails among many people of
the mainland regarding conditions In
Hawaii," remarked a., II. Curtis,
manager of K. W. Jordan & Co, who
returned this morning from a buy
ing trip to New York. "I found
people everywhere who thought of
this place as sort of halt civilized.
One man said that he thought Ha
waii was somewhere near South Af
rica. Another I ran across In Mil
waukee thought' that llermuda wasii
better place to go, and I headed him
Mr. Curtis returns from a trip
during which he bought the greatest
display of ready-to-wear goods that
has ever been seen In Honolulu. "1
got to NewW'ork while the great ap
parel display was on In tho Madison
Square Garden, nnd I got the pick
of the best styles by tho best manu
facturers. In addition to the pur
chases in this line and something
is in tins line anu someining,mur.mig uy iwo oi uiu wninese uoui- th attorncs for Mr Billiniw amU
fn dry goods all along the line. '.wains on the 1-aeinc Moll liner Asia e JhS ft wewcraiSSSS'
e engaged u lady fresh from one to an indictment tor smuggling.?1" OTS? v!fEI! !"" I""1.?.?
I have engaged, u lady
of the best ?ow York stores to tp.ke
charge of our read-to-weor depart
mont. She knows tho goods and can
give the adles of this city sugges
tion on the latest styles.
"Some of our goods camo on tho
Aliiitipdii. lint thn tnnlnrltv nt nnr.the Federal Ornnd Jurv for the same
"i --.-, - - .--- . --..
purchases will 'bo hero on n Inter
steamer, l nm very mire we nave
Continued on Page 4.
. OUR POSTMASTER
tt fSoeclal nulletln Cable) tt
Tt WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. tt
itt Joseph Q. Pratt was today re- tt
,tt appointed by the President pott- tt
si matter for the city or Honolulu.
tt MONK. tl
tt Tills nhliuuncuiiciH of Mf. tt
nuun I vtiii-,iiilllivill -.ijiiiii inn
tt the statement miulc h tho 11 u I- tt
t I ,. I .. tl.nl l. 1IkI,... ni...nlnl. t
,J,II 111 II V ..II. MUtin Ulnil-.
tt iiii'iit would probably. I iw.ul" tt i
tt tmbtic soon after the arrival of ttl
Jtt tho Inst Alameda's mall In Vi-h tt KANSAS CITY. Mo, Feb. 18. SB
rff InrrtfiYi Ats. tit-All tin H1i nrni .. . .. ' m T'
-. ...--..... v.... .
slder.ib'e opimsltlon In thy rankn Jt
siueroii-e apimsuion in uiy raiiKH i
of iK)stomcn .nuloes but was:'
very genpratly endortod b the tt
Ekelc Harbor Has Been'
Given A Severe
Set Back -.
In reply tn a cablegram from tho
Cbsmbeii of Commerce in regim) iu
ITlA.1.1 ll..l.n. Il..li...ln 1......1. LT 1...
rbo, liulcEito Jonah K. Ka-
, hiu wrtlten as fo'lows:
I!!!""; SL- ?,ft...
me inamtieroi commerce, iionoiuiu.
ra,-.rtAfllrrftli- nt-ntn trt vnnr
cablegram In regard to Eleelo Harbor,
I have t advfso you that tho report
A... ut,. a.v,, (, ut,...,. ... ;vm.
has not yet toached the War Depart
ksi nni iiunuver in recuipi ui u leiivr
I from Major Wins'ow stating that ho
has made nn unfavorable report on
Eleele Harbor because of the request
of certain leprcscntatlvcs of Kami
that Burvovs bu made of other liorts
of that Island before determining
which one should be Improved by tho
isot naving seen tno text, or ti is ro-ihe attorney for ths Morfran-Gug-'
port, I am as et unnblo to decide eni,ejm jvndicate testified todav be
whether thero Is any reasonable pmb- ?,e"nV. S". pih J T t " ,
nil it, v nt i,..r iinin- ni,i i i.A M, tire the Senate Commutes on Terrt-
recommendation reversed liv tho lllvnr
mid Harbor Hoard, but tho chances
aro very strong that wu would not be
nblo to secure n toversal.
It Is possible now to securo an Item
In tho bill, which Is Just being com
pleted, providing for n survey of tbo
harbors of Kauai for tho purpose of
selecting a deep water port. If mi tho
other hand, I wait to try nut tho un
favorable, rciiort before thu It, ninl.ll.
Hoard, and they sustain tho report of
Major Wlnslow, ns they aro likely to
do on a question of this sort, wo will
then be too late to get Into this year's
bill with nn order for the now survey,
which would delay any posslblo Im
provement of any sort for nn addi
tional car. It should bo umlorstooil
that It is now too late to gel tho l".k-
elo report through In time to get an I
appropriation In this j ear's bill, oven'
If wo aro able to get tho local -enKl-noer
reversed nnd securo n favornbio
report from tho Hoard.
I shall thcicfoio havo tn decldn
qulckl), as soon as tho report reaches
tho engineer's office and I havo op
IKJrtunlty to read It. as In which coursa
it will bo best to follow.
Very truly yours.
J, K. KA1.ANIANAOI.K.
I Dclegato to Congress,
PLEAD GUILTY;Search Motive,
Chinese Boatswains Will
Fleas of guilty wore made In thn
United States Dlstilct Court this
opium. I.eong I.al chief boatswain
o! me Asia, oniereu a pica or gumy,
us did also (he assistant boatswain,
I.eong Hee Yon. They will bo sen
1'our of the Hawuliuns Indicted by
i - - --
offense pleaded guilty, their sen-
lentes noing rqiuitmcd to tno April
' (Continuta on Page 4)
I Ul MIBI '
( Snscial Bulletin Cnblc ) ' 71
MJM Arccs E1K ns, niece oi tcnaioraj
,:,' "h...... ..'..,.. ...I..-.1
i..." "..,.. 4,.,..ii .i.:,i.
Eikins, who BttemjitcJ suicide
tcilay, is reported to be dying,
OANEA, Cicte, Fch. 18. A violent V
fuOiiakJ that was felt througnouti
11-- 1-1 1 ......... 1 !...- Jn. TltiA .
the island occurred here today. ,The,;
village of Varioelro is "in ruins and' I
?. peo uaieportcd to have ben
(Special Bulletin Cable )
WASHINGTON. D. C. Frt. 18.
tories that his clients had no inonop-
d" of any industrial intcrctl i
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Feb. 18. Tho Na
tional Baseball Lea rue has ndopted
the 154-Kamc schedule for the sea
... ... . 1M
UA1UU, ill., tea. IB. one nail
been killed and four wounded in the
nots growing out of the race war
here. The militia is in control a
the situation is quieting down.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 18. i
Inspector Glavis, who was the chief!
witness against Secretary Bauinper.'v
was on the stand Qgnin today before!
,n? LcnCTessionni lmMtigatinp; cos.,
mittee. Qlavis wis taken in hand bv
. . .. forV attack ,oJ
., Seetarv of the interior "
" le oecl:clary "j wmyrior.
Counsel for tho Wnnllaw clsters,.
held nt Fnst Oruitge, X. J., in coiincc-1
Hon with tbo li.ithUili trnseilv bv wlilrli-s
nni v m u...n.i ...... .i,n. HA,i ...MJ
.vj ,,, ., .iiivihi ..un iiinYiiivu, ruiis
aiding nnd abetting n sulddo Is not ns
crime, and they seek tho nrlsoner'a
loaso on that ground.
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