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An Advertisement is to the mer
chant what towing seed is to the
plantct. It mny take a little time
for the results to become apparent,
but they ate sure to come. The wise
planter is not niggardly with hU
seed, nor the wise merchant with his
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This Day's News Is Printed in Today's Bulletin
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 45S3.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEKIUTORY OF HAWAII, SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1010 1G. PAGES.
FP.ICX S CENTS.
Buys Control Of
N. S. Sachs & Co.
Hilo Man Will Become Manager
Of Local Business House
After May 1st.
Tlio controlling Interest of" the
N. 8. Baclis Dry Goods Compauy ot
tills city 1ms liccn purchased by Mr.
l.onox ot tlio IIIlo j:mpoi luni. ac
cording to a wireless rcccivcil by tlio
11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n tills morning.
In nn Intorvlow with Mr. Saclis
tlilu morning, t)ic following facts
were elicited In regard to this deal:
"Mr. Lenox has purchased my con
trolling Interest In tlio Snchs Dry
Courts Company, and will conio down
here In May and enter the business,
to eventually become manager. In
tho meiintlmo Mr. Fletcher, who Is
nt present connected with tho store,
will net as mnnngor after 1 lcav.
"I hopo to leavo next week by tho
Korea," stated Mr. Sachs. "The
icason for, tolling my Interest In
tho Saclis Diy Goods Company Is on
account ot III health. For tho past
jcar I have been very poorly. Kver
slnco tho death of my wire last Apill
I havo been ill, and I need a thor
In answer to tho question asto
whether there would be any changes
made In regard to tho present cm
ploycH, Mr. Snchs stated that thcro
will bo no chnngo In tho style ot
tho firm or Its present way ot doing
"I established this business In my
own noma about twenty-six jears
ngu. I Incorporated It, making It
the Sachs Dry Goods Company In
1S9S. I am going away to regain
my health, and will undoubtedly re
turn to thejo Islands, whero I havo
Lpcut so great a part of my life. 1
Intend trnvollng extonslvoly on the
Politicians Are Preparing Slaves For
Consideration Of Voters Republicans
Await Coming Of Address
Heallzlng It Is to their advantage
to urgnnlzQ and begin to fcol tho
pulse of the motors, the lenders of
tho Republican, Democratic and tho
Home Kule parlies on Hawaii have
tolcctcd their prospective candidate
for tho coming cnmpalgn. Almost
nil of tho old candidates, with a few
.l.tiiitTuu ..111 tin mit nfruln In the
V.l.i f.... H,nti v!itlnn nnRttlnnt'
which they now hold In tho County
of Hawaii. '
Alieady tho Democrats aro meet
ing rcguluily. Tho Uopubllcnns have
not orgnnUed, and from tho piesont
indications it is piobablo that they!
will not be leady for somo time to,
W. 11. Heors. chairman ot the
county Republican party, who ro-
'bides In llllo, Is watching the move
ments ot the other two parties, ho
foro preparing for war.
The Homo Itulo party Is looking
up to their lender, Chnrles K. Not
ify, to blow tho horn for assem
blage. The leadeiB, ns ubuuI, nto or
ganising nnd In) lug plans for the
milling fight. They Beem to bollovo
tluit their chances for victory at tho
coming battlo lire encouraging.
David Kwnllko, when linked for
the list of tho prospective candi
dates on the Democratic ticket nt
tho coming election, furnished tlio
following: Dolrgnto to Congrtss, h.
mainland, and will visit tlio Kaslern
ltle. As jet I have foimed no def
inite plnns, ns I feel unable to plan
an extensive tour nt present."
FIRE ON MILLER
AND VINEYARD STS
This afternoon nt ono o'clock a tiro
alarm was turned In from tho corner
of Miller nnd Vineyard streets. Tho
flro brlgailo was ipilckly on tho scent)
but the owner of the house, John I.
Dins, had subdued tho .flames beforo
any dnmago to speak ot vfns done.
It appears that n small child was
playing under the huiiko which Is konio
distance above tho ground, and that
a barrel of papers and rags attracted
tho jomigstcr'H attention. A box ot
matches) did tho rest and coon thcio
wns n heavy cloud of smoke Issiiln:
from beneath the house.
Dins was first on tho sceno mid he
managed to put tho fire ouWbeforo It
caught on to tho flooring of tho house.
Dlas' hand wns badly burnt during his
fight with tho flames but ho saved tho
RANNEY SCOn PAYS
$14,000 FOR LAND
Through a deed placed on record
this morning Itanny Scott has purchas
ed for tho sum of $14,000 from 8. M.
Damon land on Mnnou load. Tho
property acquired by Scott Is tin tho
north kIiIo of Mnno.i road and has an
aica of 9SG1 square feet.
h. McCundleas; for Senate, R. II.
Mnkekau, 1', I', Woods; for House,
M. I. Kealawaa, 12. K. Simmons, M.
T. rurtndo, Ilniry Irwin; for Buper
vIfois, W. A. Todd, 8. K. Keakl, J.
M. Osuilo, Win, HU'kaid (Hamakua),
N. K, I,ym.in (Puna), W. SI. Knlnl
waa (Knua), Gam Woods (Kohala);
for sheriff, Sam l'uu, the Replbllcau
uomlnco; auditor, C. K. MeQulro;
cleil;, David Kuallko; treasurer, C,
K. King; county attorney, Wm. II,
Wm, Heers, head ot tho Republi
can County Committee, nlbo furnish
ed tho II n 1 1 o 1 1 n man with tho
list of Republican candidates;
Delegate to Congress, J. K. Knla
nlnunolu; for Seiiuto, A. rernandez,
Itnbeit Hlud nnd G. C. Hewitt; for
the Ilnuso nt Hoprcscntntlves, J. K.
Mo.iuauM (Hnmnkun), 13, II. Austin,
n. i:. Htchuids, (5. 1'. Affonso; for
supervlsois, J. D. Lewis, John Iloss,
Hov S. I,. Dosha, A. M. Cnbrlulia, M.
Pncheco, John Konlohn; sheilff, Sam
l'ua; clork, J. K. Knl; treasurer,
Charles II. Bwalu; treasuier (proba
bly T. K. I.alakea, the Homo Hulo
candidate); eounty nttornoy, Win.
A number of tho piamlncnt He
publicans In llllo slated to tho
II u 1 1 e 1 1 u mnu that the) "wcio
anxiously waiting for tho nrilvnl of
Uiriln Andiev.'H, tho lio'wly-olcclcd
organizer of tho Hepubllcnn party.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 28.
Giflord Pinchot indulged in a bitter
arraignment of Secretary of the In
terior Bnllingcr in his opening
statement today before the joint
committee to investigate the Bal
ltager charges. ,
Pinchot made snecifle allegations
against Ballinger, charging that Bal-
nneer has indulged in a series of
false statements; has been unfaith-
lul to the trust of the Deonle and
has been guilty of disloyalty to Pres
ident Taft. whom. Pinchot declared.
Ballineer has systematically de.
told the investigating
that he will produce
evidence to substantiate
his charges against Ballinger.
Pinchot Gives 3
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 20.
In his statement before the investi-j
gating committee today, Pinchot
gave details of .the withdrawal of
public lands and, other official acts !
of Uallingcr that are now under fire.
SOUTH BETHLEHEM, Pa., Feb.
26. The ironworkers' strike reach-(
cu a cuiramauun touuy, wnen in an
attack on the state police 'two for
eign striken were shot and seriously
wounded. The sfikc has now reach
ed a critical stage and more trouble
JWEED1E IS CLEAR
OF' ALL PILIKIA
Daniel Tueedlo who was acquitted
two weeks ago on a chargo of gross
cheat, prcfened against him by Lionel.
Mnthous, vvus again victorious In aj
civil Kim ni tno pouco court jemoniay
H. T. Mills sued Mnthows for $300,
the amount of a promissory noto
glvoli by dcfcnd.iiit to Tweedle. The
cane ni'o-io nut of the famous San
FiauclBco Theater caso In which
Tweedle, Knock, Osborn und Mnth
ows woio all mixed up.
Keack appears to havo been tlio wlso
guy lu tho outfit and Tweedle, from
his stoiy, got It In tho neck nil round.
Kueck Is awny on the mainland somo
whero, and Mnthonu Is alleged to havo
given Tvveedlo tlio piomlssoiy noto nnd
romo stock In a rubber estiito for his
sharo In tlio mnlng plcturo show. I
However, Tweodlu has at last gotten
clear of nil tho plllklj, und to ipioto
him; "Suio, Kueck wns the limit;
Mathews did well; I'll loach him Irish
In llvo days if ho will romo out mid
htudy with mo. Sun; I'm vlndlciteil
iiinl Hint Is nil I ram about, lint
wait till I see Kncck,
t WASHINGTON, D C, Tebruary Hj
K zo, 1110 senate today continued H
tt the nomination of J O. Pratt us :t
XI postmaster at Honolulu, tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt a tt t: a a tt tt tt tt tt
SUGAR FACTORS CO.
The total amount of augnr shipped
by the Sugar Factors Co., Ltd.. since
December 1, 1909, It 100,000 net
tons. Of this amount, CO, 000 Urn
have ronclfc.il the m-nkcts, the, bat
1 mice being still afloat.
Of these 100,000 tons ot sugar,
OI.IOO tofis have been shipped by
tho Ameilcaii-Hnwallali S. S. Co. for
the Kast. 31,900 tons for the Pacific
Cop. st markets, and CTOO tons via
-Capo Horn under sail,
Feature Of tie
Occasion. Last Thursday afternoon the new
hall ot tho Masonic Temple In llllo
vvus dedicated with Impressive ceic
monies. The nudleiice was one uf
the most luprcsentattve ever nsieni
bled lu tho ,Ilaliiy City. Tho dedi
cation scivlco Was most Impressive,
and at alio conclusion tho visitors
vvoie shown all oer the building.
In tho evening n banquet was
given tli tho llllo Hotel for its mem
bers. Tho dining room, sitting
room, nnd, lu fact, all the rooms ami
lanal of the famous hostelry were
exquisitely decotated with roses,
lilies und other Hawaiian (lowers.
The looms were tlccornted by Mrs.
Charles Slmcrkon, daughter of Geo.
Desha Sr., the postmaster ot llllo.
Promptly nt 2 o'clock, tho out
ceiH nnd members of Kllauca Lodgo
assembled In their old hull, unit af
ter going through certain ceremo
nies they marched up to their new
hall, which is nn imposing edifice op
posite the Hilo Hank. The streets
were lined with people, who took a
great Interest In the various stylet
of march exhibited by tho Masons.
On entering tho hull, the members
of the lodgo, headed by W, 11. C.
Campbell, the worshipful master,
marched around the hall to martial
music which was furnished by u
speclnl choir of ladles und gentle
Under tho nble management of
Mr. Campbell, the exorcises were
gone thioiigh without n hitch.
Joshua Tucker of this city, who wns
pieseut, assisted In tho dedicatory
exercises In a mnnner which won for
him the admiration ot all present.
J. T. Molr, tho past master, read
nn nble address, In which ho stated
that the lodgo was progressing und
(ommoinled most highly the manage
ment of the affairs by the trustees.
In the evening the banquet was
given lu tho llllo Hotel. All the of-
llreia and members of tho lodge
were present, nt which speeches
were undo. At the request of W.
11. C. Campbell, the muster, C. H.
King ami Wm. M, Kfiolanul sang Ha
waiian songs, much to tho delight
of their fellow Masons. The ban
quet lasted until nbout midnight.
NOT FOR .SUSPENSION
Tho following Is an editorial com
ment by tho A Scttn, tho Portuguese
newspaper published at IIIlo;
"The 8. S. Wilholmlnn Is nn nr
giimont against the Mii:oliilnn of
lo.iHtwIso laws which the un Anerl
can pro-siisponslonlsts hardly tare In
meet. The) will rather travel with
the lllood Red Hag ot Dal .Nippon
over them tlmn to do It tinder tho
folds nf Old Glory."
Bulletin Business OiTice Phon 230
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 165.
WASHINGTON. D. C.Feb. 20.
President Taft sent a special mes-
s-"ge to Congress today transmitting
the Mevcr bill, which provides for
an improvement in the personnel of
the navv and increasing the chance
of nromotion. i
President Taft advoates the nass-
age of the bill as being in accord-
ance with the plans to increase the
efficiency of the navy.
'which 125G.50 Is plant ennc. The amply ilcrfitftistrntad that 1S0O tons
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 28: John manager ka)3: , iper day cm bo ground with nn cx-
Murphy. president of the Central "There will nlfo bo ground (or .traction cf 30 per cent.
Labor Union of this city, who was the Applum Sugar Co.. 9170 acre, j "Tim total expenditure on pernm
arrestcd yesterday on a charge of in- The pan Miuuner has been tool, nnd neut impioeniciit account has been
citing the deadly riots of the last the weiihcr, (mm the opening or $11 1 002 on for tho )enr, nnd J this
few days, lias been held on $3000 the gi hiding e,ieou up to tho prcs- ammiut 5 1 t.or I 00 has been spoilt
bail, lent, has not been favorable to rapid 'for building nlurc. Ono hundred
ine sticet cars nave resumed run-'r
nine in several aiiuicis oi tne city
under the guard of the police.
(Special Bulletin CtbU.)
Governor of California, announces!
himseU a candidate for Governor of
SAN FBANCISC0. Feb. 24. Sug
ar: 00 degrees test, 4.3125c. Pre
vious quotation, 4.30c,
TIME BAIL FOR"
In nn Interview with Prof, John
M. Young o( tho College ot Hnwnlt,
jetteidaj afternoon, lu icgard to tho
now obseivntory nnd Instruments
that nro being set up nt Knlmuki.
Prof. Young staled that ho vvas In
charge of the installation of Ilia In
struments and Is pushing along tho
work rapidly nnd hopes lu tho
rourho of n few weeks to havo alt
tho Instiiimcnts In position.
"The Instrument Hint will require
the grtatet amount of care In set
ting up U tho astronomical transit.
This transit Is u 3'4-lnih Qtieou In
Ktiumcnt and Is complete with ull
actcsbiii les," stated Piof. Young.
Tho transit frame Is a massive
bronze casting with vertical stdo
pillars mid is provided with a revet
slv mechanism to Insure accuracy
of transit healings,
"Tim solar transit differs tiom
the nrdlnar) thcoiolllo In that the
Imirel which .allien the lens s)stem
Is capable of complete rotation or a
complete tinnslt, from which It takes
Its mime. The Callcgo ot. Hawaii's
(Continued on Page 3)
Ewa's Net Profit
i welve Months .Period Ui rros
' perity Shown AtShare
Tho following officers nnd ii'ieetms
eio eccie.l to nrve for the i.ku'iu
ears ut the sti-cklniMo-s meet u, n
Dlrrctnrs K. I). Tonuey. C II
Cook.., T. II. Petri.' C. H. Atiu-rtwi
J. J- Cnrden, J. H. Castio. .1 a. Mc
Officers K. D. Tcntioy. prohldont:
C II. Cooko. vlcoiireslilent; T. II. Po ' ha, vesting will bi com.iloied.
trie, secretary; C. H. Atlierlon. tiea-l "Orliidlug w a begun Dsccmber
'surer. T. Hlch, Ilo'diinon, auditor. 10, 1!)0S. and was fufisbcil on July
Mnunger Rcntnn eclmates ilia; jl. I90;i, with .U.340. IJ.1 tons man-
1910 crop of linn 'plantation ns 3i',- j ufaitined. Ve:y good work wns
00U tons and for lull will tiiko' dmn- In thr fuctor). Tno total loia
rnne fiiim the largest nicu ever: on the sugar Hi. tho cane wai but
ground at Kwu plantation. lll.Slo pdr .cent. During a portlou
liwn's annual meeting wns held . nf tho union our ei'Uthln npp ini-
I this forenoon, nnd, ns usui1!, tho 'tun .wis run us' a fifteen-roller mill,
I stockholders wore treated to n voryjwhl.h gave at. Increase lu extrnc-
.s.itlsfnilory report on tho londltlon ijon of 1.37 per cent. oer the two
of nlfnlrs. Dividends nmouulliiK to ui.-rollrf mllU During tho pre-
J900 0Ci were pnld durirg ihe ,v"i tas-in cf 1S10 I I 'ho Inteii
nuil th'i halnnrn lurried fnrwaid to itt.n -in inw iha.nflninll4r ir.ll! tho
1 1910 In tho profit and loss account
I This cat's crop will bo taken
from u lolnl of 3721.48 ucies, of
nen uz Tho rane sinks also do
Dnhd hm B;
Police Search For The Man Who Has,
T?n-val T?ann4-nlinvi A -. TAT-ri-.4- 'i
JJaiiicvt xvcpiiLCiiiuu no ivxcaiiuoi,
Chief McDuirio nnd staff mo deter-1
mined to put n stop to tho dMlcuo.e
thefts that nte being ciuliinllted nt tho
difleient churches In (lio t.tv.
IIckIiIi's the Kiiwiiltihuo ami Mctho-
illet churches, tho Cnthnllc cathedral
on I'nrt street has nUo hueu vlrltrdl
by the men menu enough to nib u
poor box Tho thcfl vus illncuvcred
)esterilay, and already two small boys
who wtie sleeping nt Iho back of tlio
bkatlng link, havo come forum d with
n t.itciiioiii to tho I'ffett thnt thev
him a mull outer tho vacant block of
laud curi)lng n small box vvjileh he
proceeded to biouk open.
Tlio boys havo given u description
of th.i mail to tho Chief of Detectives
mid there Is no doubt that tho robber
of in plums and widows will soon gel
a well descried sentence.
Tho snmo man would uppcar to bo
committing nil tho crimes ns the st)le
of work Is tho saino In every case.
In fact u file has been lined In a couple
of cases nnd tho tip of It was broken
off at tho Kunuluhun chinch.
Chief McDtituo was on his way to
tho Methodist chnrch last night when
hu noticed that tho Central Union
chinch ttiiB lit up for choir practice.
On dropping In tu bco If anything had
been missed fiom the sacud nllflco
tho chief was Infoiiued that last week
n glass of c) Under Into which tho
tliailtable iliop their contilbultnus,
had been robbed of somo eight dollars.
It was iciuumbered thnt mt about
tho time tho money was missed, n well
dressed woman was fiecn to emerge
from tho church, suul that her move
ments wuio lull lied.
Upon ni rival nt tho Methodist chinch
McDutllo found that tho door was open,
nnd thnt anjono could enter at will
nut) lino, Tho llitef bail wienehed tho
fed Lii'k!i f'l Iw Li -iii fP
not nrmgo us long as U.nw or last
year. Tor thcie rcaions Ii Is cou-
-- - i u.ni th output f.n l'llt)
jwi i n.-t i r lingo n thai for 19Q.
ii'id If .sin,. '. Is pl.u-d nt ",0,-
I'Otl ions 11 HiiiliiiT was oegun uu
November J3 lot!. Ahead) 1)112.71
KiUG sugnr have been manufacture.!,
nnd It 1 cxp-itcd that by Julf3l
,cni lio Mm. Willi tho cxpclence ,-fc
fgrlnel Inst year, muih better work
Is nun being Cone wlih this nppa-
rntus, nnd It Is consldcied to lit
mmlim,rJ , r:
loor Ixiv, which Is made of koa. from
Its (attculiMs uu tlio wall, and then
c'.nrlied It to Iho lloor. Straugo to kiy
n dlnit' oscupod tho i.neak's euslo oyo
nnd the elite fount tho coin In tho
The mhbwles nlthoiirh only ibiiull
ninuunts nr. esolveil, nro croatiug u
stir aimms th iltUcns. and tho p
l'cc d.-i'Mtnieiit U detei mined that a
stop iiiut be put to tlio encak thlet'a
v. ui k
TO VAN KIRK CASE
(Sr PtfJRvf J
by a UUil'!
Mrr. Smith of Seattle!
Mends I lie Ballot .4.
Mrs. Ocuigo A, Smith of Seattle .1
n (oiiitiiiiiile.itlon to tho Ilullotlu
Ii.ib some iNilntv. niiBwers to make to
tlio nti-piv itUni ilpnod by "A Denio.
cut" ami pul he 1 Ju the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n."
Mra Smith's letter Is as follows
I would lll.o to nsk "A Democrat."' ,f
nu) lie wiiba i limn enotlgn 10 klgu
his iinmo to his article In tho II u 1-
letln or ThuiMlny, Tub, 21tli, In'
which ho attacked Mrs. 1'renr and
tho hundreds of other women who po;
uiioiie.i e;augicss iot tno rlBlu to vote
on the prohibition ilebRclto. His cow?
nrdlen lu thus concealing his namo 1b)
fllllV nvr'OIfll.il liv 1,1a lnnn,nn. ,. V.1
f - " WIWH '
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