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ESTAjstttSXD 1983. NO. 47.
1G PAOES. HONOLULU, TERHITOSY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910. miiOES
PB.ICE 8 CE5T1.
IS UNDER FIRE
MISS VAN KIRK'S FRIENDS
Miss Van Kirk's
Woman At Asylum and Irrational
Searched By Policeman-Dr. Mackall
Speaks For Reforms ,
nun ntt 8K8n8MU8i:xt kk5 it na:t a :j riK :::ttifJt8n
Elk's Are Ready
COL HACFAEUNE IN
Six, Bands Wffl
Be In Floral
tt On Bonrn Sleimthlp Kalserln 8
8 .Altgnsle Victoria. 8 , , ... ,
8 To Wktcrhouso, Honolulu. . 8 All Is In readiness for the Floral
8 Have telpKrniiheil ffom middle 8 rarade Tuesday.
8 Atlantic In order to make a wire- 8 The princesses to represent the,
The carnival spirit Is to hao full
swing In Honolulu this enr and will
ritnAli Itu pHtmlnntlnn TtinstlnV whnn
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the city will be in full gala attire, w less iesu .v rwcii Hurricane is h Ecrcral Islands of the group hae niij
Udderjho tutelage of the Elks, King raging, uirnnieier. (.ao. been chosen. Miss Rose Davison.
Carnival Is to have the swiftest vfslt j j 4 MACrARLAML. 8 chaxman of tne committee nrrang-
of his life In Hawaii. ,, i. ,.,., i. ., i.,.-.. lug for the -Island .princesses, has!
Following aie some of the sub- g tntlon of k code cablegram re- 8 completed her plans, and each Island
committees whose labors have as- jj celved this morning by the 8 of the Territory will bo well rprc-
assured success for tho carnlial: 8 Hnnry" Wt'torliouno Trust Co. 8 sentcd. N
Grounds W. L. Emory, chairman; 8 from George Mncfarlane, who Is 8 OnTiu will be Represented by Miss
M. H. .Webb, W. U. Adams. 8 on tho Atlantic, rnlojlng a 8 Wnttlo Holt, who will be mounted on
Lights and Decorations J. V. 8 "iwoll" hurrlc-uio. and wants to 8 a hnu-,omc bay" belonging to Offlcei-
jones, cnairman; a. unruey, j. u. aic- " "-" ?'w" ,""' l"Z,Z U Wright of tho mounted pollee. Mrs
Incniy. . ..... . . !! "' wnrkt cll In a howling 8 . .' .
Misled the Queen;
Pasadena. Cat.. Feb. 18.
Miss Vun --Kirk, ;aro H.ullotln, Honolulu.
Hnvo been Informed jou uro not wellt If go get nurse and ship
for lidmo. s
v. Miss Van Kirk Is uonous ph Elcally.
much less so.
Pasadena, Cal , Feb. 19.
If not embarrassed will bo
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City Physician Mackall, in speak-'
Inn, nf .the conditions at the police
station for dealing with womenwho
-ruuy'lo brought to the place for any
'cause, said this morning to tho
I) u 1 1 e t i n: "I have frequently
called attention to the great need
for n proper detention room at the
rtatlon, a police matron and a pad
ded cell. Every one of these addi
tions Is needed ns a matter of com
mon humanity. You take nt tho
present time a common drunk sent
to tho tanks In -tho police "fetation;,
ne may urea ins skuii or wjaro Din
tell very se'rloutty in the ordinary
cell In use at tho fetation. , Trfero
ought to be h detention room, and
it seems to rue thero Is space enough
In the station for It. And I heartily
agree with the proposal for a police
matron to deal with the women
taken to tho police station. There
ought to be a woman available, to
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Side Shows A. B. Mtirphychalr- 8 storm as dtorlng pleasant westh- 8 Peter Mftllna. l
an; Lorrln Andrews A. K. Cunha, tt er. No or khns whether the 8 from, Kauai, is o
is. C. Cohen, Wm. ii. Hoogs, C, II. 8 Colonel Is fenlng or comln? but 8 equestriennes In
FOR ISLAND BOATS
Two Large Shipments
Are Now On The
. Way Here
The continued labor troubles exist
ing In portions of Australia and tho
succcrslon of strikes among coal min
ers In thn Newcastle district of tho
great southern continent has caused
IIoii'ilulii to turn to Japan for the ro
plcnlr'ilng of depleted coal piles.
The Inter-Island Steam'Navlgatlon
CoT.p'ny, which Is tho largest con
smnor of roal In tho Islands, has ar
ranged for two largo shipments of fuel
fin m tho big Mllkl mlnoa, located near
Tho coal Is understood to have al
ready left tho Inland Sea port by Jap
Tho freighter Koan Mnru and tho
nmhn Mnru Iiavo been placed under
charter to "bring a consignment
amounting to betuetn eight and ton
Tho first shipment Is expected hero
on or about noxt Thursday, according
to tho calculations of General Manager
Kennedy of tho local Bteamshlp com
pany. There nro still on tho berth at Now
emtio. N. 8. V., three sailors expoct-
cd to load coal for Honolulu. Theso
vesfols include tho Hawaii. I.ahalna
nndjiokn Head. As far as can bo as
certained nono of theso windjammers
During an olectlon reform riot nt
Drtinswlclc, duchy of Drunswlck, tho
police, chnrged a crowd of socialists
with uabcrB, vsoundjng fifteen, who
wort removed to hospitals.
Two hours after bIio had been lured
away from her mother while waiting
for a train at East St, Louis. Ill . Eliza
both Frlcko, a 4-year-old girl of Belle
vlllo, III., -una found half frozen In tho
roar of n saloon, stripped of nil I er
President Dowllng of the Northern
Mltiers' Fedeintlon hns been sentenced
nt S)dnoy. N. S. W.. to n year In pris
on nt hard labor for obstructing work
nt tho mines during tho strlko.
British and Italian consuls at Mana
gua, Nicaragua, lmvo protested against
tho holding up of Incoming mall on
two steamers. Tho mall, It Is said, was
held up by Isidore Ifazora, Nlcaragunn
SAN FBANCISCO, Feb. 19. The
Labor Council of this city paiud a
resolution today declaring that no
member of tho union will be permit
ted to work for homes that employ
Oriental labor in any part of their
the island princess
one of the finest
the Territory, anil
they nro Bid to hoar from him " will ride Mokehnnn, a famous horse
8 t .8 owned by Francis Gny. Miss Wil
li tt HJiJu nnannnatti., he'mlna Weight of Papalkou, who is
I tho selection of the Hllo Hoard ot
Trade, nrrhed this morning by tho
Mauna Kea. Her horse and coBtume
hare been nrranged for, and every
detail has been attended to to make
Hawaii one of the best represented
of the group. Miss Weight will ride
a handsome black gelding owned by
Hack Inspector 8cully. Molokul wilt
,be represented by Miss Mark Kaoo.
This exponent ot riding will bo
mounted on one ot Q. P. Cookp'a fa-
nmoui h'oraes.' Slnco her arrival in
ithte.city.tMluKaooiha taken .sev
eral rides with Miss Davlson-and thn
children who will act as escort to
tho Island ptincessee, so that her
horso Is how well accustomed to
marchlng'ln ,a "procession. The Mnul
princess has been chosen, but tlrt
'Floral Parade committee do not wish
the name of this island representa
tive to be published until the day
of, the parade, ha they want Maut'a
representative to ue a surprise.
Sfatttalfl nf it, ParenV
HAROLD 0. DILLINGHAM , Hftrry nenlson. marshal of the
i. . . . . n. . . .
RTTflSP (Lester retrie, jonu tjiarKe, itoueri
Clarke, George Clurko, V. U. Cox,
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17.-Su- McCarthy. L. S Couness, C. F.
.. .i n. k. -n Hhllllnirwarth. llalnh Lvon. A. M.
ray. C. II. Hall, Joel Cohen. . fi- 'K w. .. ifc- . . . s mner The military
Voting Uooth-aeorgo O'Neill, chair- vions quotation. 417. .' '""' " ; s"m.,,,Vnr a w nun-
man; Ed. Decum. It. IL Williams. I SAN FBANCISCO, Feb. 18. Su- 'marshal will be Major 8. W. Dun-
Danco Hall Georgo A. Martin i?ar: 96 degrees test, 4 2375 cents,
chairman; c! D. Wright, R. w. Jones. -previous quotation. 4.21 cents.
runcn ana juuy j. l.. Anaiuws,
Hall, Kaymond Irwin, Itaymund W,
Jones, 11. E. Murras, Geo. A'.Martt:i
Thos. A? O Ililcn, Wade Warroo Tlia)'
er. c. u. wrignt. u. F. waterman.
8. Wlttc, F. E. Howes. Geo. J. O'Neill
L. A. Sawallsh. C. A. Mackintosh, Nol
son U. I.unaliiB, I). II. Dayls ",N., is.
Young, J. F. Doyle, Jas. P. Lyncfcn
PubllclO D. U Conkllng.
MVslo F. U. Angus, chatrmanrilL
J. lluchly. Henri Derger. , f ,
Dal! Geo. H. Angus, chairman; "V;
W, Low, J. D. Mclnernyj Bra).it flr
Smith. J. J. Belser, C. D. High, R.&,-
JOhnstonc, J. M. Hlggs. T
Proaram If. D. Christian. cnjilrUn
lt.ifin- M Tl Vnnncr V. A TlBttinlnr t d?
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rouce 4. f, uoyie, cniei-o-pwicer
8. V. ChlllIniraorth."Jni,Ofteln4l
Ppllco: H. 9, MOrso, chlAf of.detcf
Tickets and Admission M. II. Drum
inond, chairman; W. F. Urake, W. W.
Harris, A. S. Prcscott.
Reception Dr. C. B. Cooper, chair
man; F. M. Brooks, F. E. Thompson,
J. H. Fisher. O. II. Angus. II. E. Mur
ray, F. B. Richardson, Win. H. Mc
Inerny, E. A. Douthltt, R. T. Guard of
Hllo Lodge No. 759: A. C. McKcnney
ot Hllo Lodge No. 759; E. E Richards
of Hllo I-odgo No. 759, J. Castle Ridge
way of Hllo Lodge No 759, N, G. Cam
plon of Hllo Lodge No. 759, W. It. C. General Erector of the Floral Parado1,,,-. pnrn,ie hl. .f.eitt
Campbell of Hllo Lodgo No. 759. C. F. - -' ,or,nl ' rae, has selected
Parson of Hllo Lodgo No. 759, Dr. II. . Mowing to act ns deputy in
Papers Arc Filed In Suit Brought m
Recover The Estate 0.
Conlln'ng al'egitlons that Quwn fornla on Iter v-ay to Wnvhlngtnn amll
Llllnukaliml wns lei Into tho rlgnlug during . January Hie dcillcd ttol
of a trii't deed through tho failure or ioioku me icrms ih iuii inuira jh
Curtis P. laukea to perform his duty slid r" In full legal form. ' i
ns her ndvltcr suit was Instituted In. Liliuokalani w us cnfoli1nl In body,.
k.. ciro,.it fnnri iMd mciriilnt' liv the when sho executed tho deJd, neenrdv
nrm of Thompson, demon & Wilder Ing In thu rnriplolnt and ,lrt an tno,i
to set nildo the. trurt deed nniAtww.ili fills Incident f thn cxuinllon ot
pel tho tbreo truMees A. S. ClpsUotri, tho document li tliu hands nt inutco.,
W. O Smith and C. )'. lau'toa to re In rerorrlits to lanl.en's lurtldinncjr.
stoie'to tho Queen the properly m- In tho preliminaries lo tho trust ilcodrf.
rluleii In tho trut. Mho complaint Bays; 'rW
t enclarles under' th, M&'&
HSfnlant. wll" i tho three' ro. e. nnV.nuSllii nesenct. or mo it,
ii ,in.i A nt to of tho nriiliu wnootluwinncr. of wldu and aluablok
e ,enXesUJohnn D AuJTU l!rirlcnrrf In .Mxi of .tote nud othj
According to ;. rtft'mwW W lh oh r lc. . .
$"ZZiSSi, iTaVe -i - ' .acmeruM, refrained from advj.
i?ALri!w.fer..iis inS fiu'rvs:
it SSm to vubiecV: in wroea on l Hm Provb'riua dr tho deed and Umtj
UniVn,1afnt"B!;i.e. that the ny the lUmontary dl position ot
W.Lr.rs.iSlS Thraent further states iW
revoentlon until fho nrrticd in.Call- (Contiancd on Page 2.)
B. Jlltchell. Canton Lodgo No. CS. R.
R. lleldford, Walla Walla Lodge No.
Parado James P. Lnch H. E. Mur-
chnlrman, W. W. Thsier.
Hula Dance Harry Murrny, chair
man; C. B. Hall James Lynch.
Ye Olde Curlnsltv Bhoppe A. Mac
intosh, chairman; W. IT. Hoogs Clar
ence Watorman, W. 8. Wltto.
Restaurant L. A. Sawallsh, chair
man; F."E. Howes.
Photo Booth Raj mond Ir-wln. chair
man I Thomas O'Brien, Nelson Lans
ing N. B. Young.
Vaudevlllo Joel Cohen, chairman;
A. R. Cunha.
Bptclora Chester Irwin, E. Hart
man, H. Howell. -
SIX MONTHS FOR
Ben Wright wllf probably drive
tandem ono foot ketore tho other
SAN FBANCISCO. Feb. 19. lieu- ',.. , i ripni rmm am,' tin.
tenant Mclntyre is beintr court-mar- , . mh ,, w, ,, ... iv
tialed, chared with ifsponiibUity " Uo was sent for a six
for the explosion on board the cruis- months' sojourn this morning.
er Colorado. The explosion took Don has been beating hack drivers
nlace when the Colorado was bound nut of their nrooer fares, and had
for Honolulu with the Pacific fleet instituted n system whereby hedroio
last fall. Three men were killed,
I Mtr- iiiui ilN'-Ab v
HOW TH18 COMPANY
all over the town for hours at a
stretch, and then, calling at a saloon
or store, told the hnckrann to wait
whilst ho purchased somo wot or dry .
goods. The hackmnn waited sure, I
but most times hail tn stay around
for hours, and then neier find his
WARinwriTnw Tl n Vh IP. passenger, wno in most instances
The feature of the Ballinger investi- 1"" lrai,'sr wf "jf1 through the store
gation today was the very abrupt "r ""'"" " "', "'""," ,,- ,i,i.
closinu of the cross-examination of1 Juda And.nde fixed lien th a
Inspector Glavis. The attorneys for morning nnd for hal n year he will,
PFllinKer had Qlavis on the stand ,not do any hack riding to speak of.
all day yesterday, and a Rood part ml. , '."a1 ,... ,hInl
! atLTdfenndTthe'newhat through a collision at th.
"P!!?!? ttB U " d f the .foot of Alakea street this afternoon
All Are Lost
'n little nftcr 1 o'clock. Both ma
'chines were dumaged to bucIi an ex
'lent that they will luno to go to the
shops fot repairs.
Frederick MacMonnlcB, Ilia sculptor,
I has glen out thn announcement In
Feb 19. The Paris that ho will wed Mies Allco
Giamna and her Jonos, daughter of ox'Hcntitnr John 1',
While tho public has a gen
eral Idea of the bulnk of
a trust company thero are
many who do not know In Just
wiat manner such an Institu
tion as ours can serve their
Individual needs. Therefore
we enumeraio tho following
features of our Trust Depart
ment; Our Company acts as Trus
tee, and Executor of wills and
as Administrator and Guar
dian. Our Company acts as Trus
too under mortgages and trust
deeds, as Trusteo under agree
ments relating. to Life luxur
anco and declarations of trust
generally, and receives anil
maimRca sinking funds. .
Our'-Company ncta as Trui
tee for Imostlng money, col
liding Incomes and caring for
Our Company acts as Depos
itory for Trustees and Officers
having the management of es
tates and futfda.
Our Company acts as He
coher nnd Asslgnoo sinder ap
polntmtnt by court.
Our. Cnuany acts as Regis
trar nnd Transfer Agent In
tho Issuing and recording ot
stocks and bonds.
In addition to those trust
Our Company writes surety
pur Company writes flro,
accident nnd llfo Insurance.
Our Compnny Insures auto
mobiles against Are and acci
dent. Our Compnny acts ns brok
ers In tho purchase and Balo
of slocks nnd bonds.
Our Company has an upto
ilato renl estate nnd rental de
partment. Our Company ronts safo do
posit boxes. .
As the. crowds will be cnormnuB
this j ear, as compared to those ot
previous jears, Marshal Denlson
deemed It advisable to have a great
er number of deputies on band to
keep the line ot procession moving
and to keep back the surging crowds.
These deputy marshals will hivelmirai Rebree cave up his command
iharge of the various divisions ot 0f the Pacific fleet today. His flag
the parade, to that there will be no WKl hauled down and that ot Ad
undue delay In starting, as each will njijgj Harber raised.
SAN FBANCISCO, F.eb. 19. Ad-
TO SEE PARADE
bo assigned a specified position
Route of the Parade.
Tho route ot marcli oi mo paraao
(Continued jn Page 4)
OF FLORAL PARADE
Miss Wllhelmlna Weight ot Pa-
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 19.
"'" !V'n" V ,na.. "",B" .' "' .II Phvsicians enrine for United States
paiKou, ine iiuu iionru uruuum e...- Tin....... . t . .
selection as the Island princes, of tator Tillman gave out a state
Hawaii, nrrhed this morning. C. Ii ent ' " condition. They
Wriaht of Hllo sent down some ?XP" the opinion that the.Senator
twenty-four ery largo and hand- " ttn even cn,vnc ,0 MM "
some mallo lets for tho Hawaiian sec- recovery.
tlon of the parade,
Big Japanese liner Wijjj
Tho hundred or moro saloon pasr
scngcrs who nro traicllng to Japanesou
nnd Chinese ports by tho rinl3tl.il To:
jo Klsen Katsha liner Clilyu Mini
The Island princlsses will bo en
tertained at one of the local thea
ters this evening, n box having been
plnced at their disposal.
Thn t-nriilvnt uprtlnn nf thn na-
rade. under the direction of J.' SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 1U, COL
Lynch, will be as follows: Band, 2u Von Schroeder sailed today from this
pieces; Jack Boyle, accompanied by nort for Honolulu on board the trans-
40 escorts and 75 masquers; J. V. cortrook. He (roes lo make a inor
Lynch and H. E. Murray, In charge ouch inspection of the forces on the
of the htfla float' l Sawallsh and V. Island of OahiL
E. Hewes will conduct the coop suey
Pnat; Cd. Paris nil automobile
llont; Victor Hurd, an automobile
float; 8. S. Paxton, a horse-drawn
float; G, Martin, u horfao-drnwn
float; Q, O'Neill, n hdrse-drawn
float; II. Mcintosh and C. Waterman MANAQUA Nicararua( Fcb. l0.
will ho In charge of the float repre- . . aHl. ,. . " '.. r. vi.
sentlng stunts and folly. 8. Cunha. cejjte connl, hav. mae ftn of
Battle Is On
rii .i.t r c
pnstnl agent, to fnrco tho pajment of whole crew were lost today in Dunn- J011p of Nevada. Miss Junes has been
Ills salary. I woody Bay. his pupil, filic Is about 35 yeirs'old.
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
N. Young. J. 1). Dougherty. C. II.
Hall, J. W. Do)le, Joseph Bllva, An
tone linos, 'will be riders.
fer to mediate between the rebels
and the government forces.
Sailor Roberts has accepted W.
Card parties and dancing will rule rjettmun'a chnlleugo to a wrestling
next summer In the large dining hall miltch nni woulu ,,e leased mcot
of tho I?en Mac ninil on Willo Uk?, .. chnl,eilCI. ... ,, '. Pote hron.R
Mich, long tho wonder of sightseers lnc cnn"e"t'or "J,1',1' ete iinrqna
during tho lifetime of John Alexander BymnaslUm on Monday next, wfton
'Bowie, ft" th0 'le'il's can be arranged,
will bj glien an opciirtiinlly of wit-
Horsing tho beautiful Floral Parade"
which v. Ill slgnallre thu Celebration
of Washington's Birthday. ."! ,
Tho Chho Mnru has sallel from San
rranclco nnd according to HHack-a
IC1U a lo. inu local UKeiuH. uiu jni-
mif-so liner should nrrho of! tho 'port
on Monday opening. -i n
Thu Chl)n Mnru of course, brings
no cargo for Honolulu, being n fnrolgu
bottom and rould, therefore, easily
get nwny for Japan ports nnj Hong-
komr on Mondar uvcnltig. .IVtl
Tho malter hns been brought tOjtho
nttentlon of tho general agnnts
liiroimh 'II. Hackfcld ft Co., ns well
as Ilia promotion Interests, and the,
order has now gone forth that tho CM
yn will bo held at Honolulu until tho
Ininieiibo spectacular parndq has com
pleted Its circuit ot tho streets Incur
porn tod In tho lino of march. H
This graceful recognition upon tho
pnrtviu tho steamship company and its
rppiCsontntlvpg Is much appreciated
hero. Tho liner will dock ut Alakoa
n stm runrrvn 4
uinu laillio m
30,000 IN CROP,
According to tho estlmatu contained!
In tho annual report of Manager Bulu
of tho Oalm Sugar Comiany tho 10101
crop of tho plantation will bo upprox-1
Imately 30 000 tons, thero being, ag
total of 13C9S1 acres t olio hanestcdl)
JlnniK"r Bull statos that the striked
of tlu llwreB h-d Uttlo effect on thai
gcneril p.-o-pe-lly of the plantatlon.Tj
At the illri'Ctiirs' meeting this morn-j
Ing. tin follow Ins directors wcro elect-
oil lor tho ensuing jiar: J .V. Hacko
fold. M. P. Robinson, F, Lowls, W.l
I'fotcnhnuer, F J Uiwrey, J. A. -Mc
CnndlesH, l. Muehlendorf, II, Fockofl
r. Kiamp. i ,"ja
Thero wns no change roado In thoi
dlicctoratc, tho samo otllcers being 'rol
elected as olllclated lust year.
Bulletin Business Office Fhoaa'
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