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For Snn Prsmcisco:
Kui eu , Mnr. 5
Mnkura Mar. 4
IHoana . Mar. 2
An advertisement is to the mer
chant what sowing seed is to the
plantct. It mny take a little time
for the results to become apparent, .
but they are sure to come. The wise
planter is not niggardly with his
seed, nor the wise merchant with his
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This bay's News Is Printed iitftoday's Bulletin
ESTABLISHED 1883. NO. 4554.
10 PA0E8. HONOLULU, TERKITOKY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, FMRUAHY 28, 1910. 10 PAGES,
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SPEEDY AUTO OWNERS CALLED
ASQUITH STATES .GOVERNMENT
AS QU IT H
LONDON, Feb. 28. The Govern
ment will force its most radical re
forms as a result of the support re
ceived at the hands of the people, if
one may judge from the program laid
down "by Premier Asquith in a state
ment issued today.
The Jfremier says Mat the Govern'
ment will undertake to abridge the
veto power of the House of Lords so account of Alfred W. Carter, as guar
as to exclude the Lords from partici- lnlJ of tho e8tat0 of Annle Thelma K.
pation in all financial business of the i .1. r .....
Znrf ST .. .k!5.rf Tho Payrolls of tho ranch, covering
government. Such an abridgment practically all of tho expenses of oper
will, of course, prevent a repetition nton amounted to tho sum of 57,
of recent-history, when the Lords 841.13 and ore wldeiv distributed.
refused to approve tne budget plans
of the House of Commons.
NEW YORK, Feb. 28. Orders
were issued today for the formal ar
rest of the meat packers who have
been indicted for conspiracy to con
trol the prices of food products.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 28.
Theodore Price, the cotton king, was
arraigned before the court today on
the charge of conspiracy to defraud
the Government, The charge is that
Price entered into a conspiracy to se.
cure advance information on the
Government's cotton report.
' SPOKANE, Wash., Feb. 28. The
towns of Mace and Burke were swept
by the-avalanche that was let loose
in the mountains near Wallace, Ida
ho, yesterday. The rescue work was
immediately begun. JThe known dead
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 28. Beets:
88 analysis, I4s. Id.; parity, 5o. Pre
vious quotation, 13s. 10 3-4d,
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20.
Beets: 88 analysis, 13s. 103-4d.;
parity, 4.95c. Previous quotation,
13s. 0 l-2d;
Note. Quotation No. 1477, dated
February 23, placing centrifugals at
4.36c, is canceled. The latest quota
tion on centrifugals is 4.3125c.
FOR PEARL HARBOR
Under Instructions from Deekman
Wlnthrop, Acting Secretary of tho
Navy, the local naval authorities
have been ordeied to hold an exam
ination of applicants for the posi
tion of sub-Inspectors at the dredg
ing operations at Pearl Harbor.
Tho examination Is open to all
comers, and has been called for
Applicants must file with tho com
mandant pf tho naval station at Ho
nolulu on or before March 7. Tho
Application must be accompanied by
n certificate of citizenship.
Tho position pays 13.00 per day.
BULLETIN AUS PAY
3&-W2 iml W-vJ
Alfred N. Carter, As Guardian
Of Thelma Parker, Allowed
Commissions of $14,186.53
Tho past year was ono of great pros
perity for the Parker Ilnnch on tin-
wall, tho net profit for the-twelvo
months poriod being exactly 1125,000.
Tho earnings of the ranch aro shown
In the master's reixirt on the annual
Tho largest purchaser of meat and
hides from the ranch was the Hawaii
Meat Company, whoso purchases
amounted to 1147,512.76. Kor the
same period the Metropolitan Moat
Company purchased meat and hide to
tho value of $34.112.18.
CROOK AGAIN - -IN
Transport May Remain
r- Indefinitely In ,
For the first time in over two
years, the United States Army trans
port Crook, placed in temporary com
mission and dispatched from San
Francisco for Manila via Honolulu,
has again paid a visit to this port.
Tht transport Crook arrived at
Honolulu shortly aftar 9 o'clock last
night, after a slow but rather un
eventful passage dowm from tho
Tho Crook has been lying up at
San Francisco since July, 1908. She
was at one tlmo on the regular
route, carrying troops and supplies
between the Coast and the Philip
pines, but owing to her small cabin
passenger and troop accommodation
the vessel was substituted by larger
gnd more speedy' vessels.
The Crook will proceed to Manila
direct, it being the Intention of the
quartermaster's department to cut'
nut Guam on the present voyage.
It Is expected that tho transport
will sail for the Philippines tomor
row night. She Is now lying at the
Channel wharf, where one thousand
tons of coal aro going Into tho
bunkers, while ono hundred and fifty
tons of quartermaster supplies and
personal effects of tb,e officers and
men now stationed at the various
army posts of Hawaii are being dis
charged. Throo passengers will bo taken
from Honolulu to the Philippines,
theyJielng army officers.
A mainland mall amounting to
twq hundred and fifty sacks arrived
by tho transport. Tho vessel Is
carrying two hundred marines and
a number of quartermaBtor depart
ment clerks and employes to Ma
nila. While not authentically stated, It
Is believed that the Crook will again
go out of commission upon arrival at
the Philippine base. The vessel may
later oil supersede tho transport
Warren, which has Just been repair
ed at Hongkong docks, at a consid
erable expense. Th"o Warren has
been engaged in tho Interlsland ser
vice In the Philippines for tho past
The following officors of tho I.ahalna
Agricultural Company, woro elected to
servo for the ensuing year at a meet
ing of tho stockholders of HiIb com
pany thts morning: W. Pfotenhauor,
president; J. A, McCandless, vice-president:
Geo. Ilodlok, treasurer: F.
Klamii. sccietary: A. Hanuborg, audi
tor. Tho directors aro as follows: W:
protenhnuer, '. A. McCandless, r W.
Macfarlane, Ceo. Hodlok, F. Klamp.
StU - 'iJtfJjJfk&lSiJili
as guardian, le-
Alfred. W. Carter,
n his commissions fot tho tir
rlod covered by his accounts, the mm
Tho mnBter's roport of John Marcal-
lino Indicates that tho excellont show-
Ing made by tho ranch under Car-
ter's manngement for tho year of 1909
was In faco of unsatisfactory Weather
conditions, ft Is expected that with
tho general rains and the Improve-
ment In paBturage conditions that tha
ronch will show a profit of about $20n .
000 for tho next twelvo months period,
ino proms or tno business have bn
materially Increased by an Improve- day. The windjammer Is now at Oc'ca
ment in marketing conditions and tho nlo' wharf where a quantity of explos
extlngulshlng of much or tho middle- tves Is being-left,
man commissions for meat sold on Included in tho Initial shipment for
me istsua oi uanu.
MIND DflMNGED AND
NO PLACE TO GO
Another Case Shows Need
For Proper Detention
Another ,-nRA linn pnnia tititt thn
. ,. , ,, ,,. . , Ing undor a moro modern alias, will
supervision of City Physician Mac- arrlve ot ,, from Alllltraiinn
kail that demonstrates the need of ports tomorrow according to the lat
ino city for a placo of detention for cst advices rocelved through tho local
those temporarily deranged. T10 Maltal Is-sald to bo bringing
The latest Instance is that of a a considerable shipment ot cold stores
miih who does not vrousw-tbe saa'o for over-heated consumers, scotch
sympathy that goes out to a woman, whiskey for the thirsty, and feed and
but the principle is the same and 'orago for famished equlnes.
proves the notessllv for action of'.Tno. historic steamor Is .coming to
n,n ,,. jr l
uue or me recent arrivals in iu
city used liquor loo freely until he that the "Weary Mary" la so well
demanded the attention of tho au- known to Honolulu travelers, the book
thorltles as the result ot a svtlous IngB are declared thrte times in ex
visitation of "D. Ts." Such cases cobs of tho bookings at tho office of
have at times been Bent to the asy-itno steamship company,
lum, but this always creates much I. J10, vcss.el "l!".-" r?m, ln hcr,
trouble sn this mnn wMunt n Inn noW for nboul tnTc0 hundred. tons of
vnZ' i i ..Tl I . Voncral cargo and Hawollan products.
Pa ama hospital. He became so de- Wnother this is the. "flnm'jind fin
llrlous that strong officers had io be fshltiB farewell" of the MIOwera, de
called In to see that he did himself nonont saveth not.
-land others no physical harm. Ha
had some coin on his person that wuh
enough to keep him In tho hospital
for n few days, but the remainder
of his -money was in commercial pa
pV that could be drawn by no ore
but himself. -Jlenco When tho colli
runs out, ho might be turnod on the aged to drag some timber from a pile
county, and unless much Improved and tho rest collapsed on top of him.
committed to the Insane Asylum,) The unfortunato man's leg was
until "straightened up" smashed Just above tho anklo, and as
Such a proceeding would nec'essl-' ?.n nhp. accident happened the po
tate UWM him before a magistrate JlTUTio'tfn.
and formally commlting him to the ta wtlero tno broken1 limb was sot.
asylum, where the circumstances dm
not warrant It, though the law and I Ther0 ,B B rllmor to tho offect thal
the city s equipment for dealing wUn' the Federal government has undor
such persons 'leave no other altema- consideration tha construction of, a
ttve. Tho man Is In very good Bhnpe tunnel through tho mountains atMho
this forenoon, and this shows what upper end of Palolo valley t,o connect
an injustice it would have boon to w'" Wolmanulo thereby making a
have sent him to the asylum. II :"&"" SSf,lPS "UB aml K?rt
t- .. . . . . .. . .. Do Hussy should tho occasion, reau re
snou.a aiso no rememoorea inai u
'"""" iiain, uoiuupcu io ioou
uy mu nojuiii uuiuuriiiua wuuuui u
formal commitment, the superintend,
ent of the Institution lays himself
liable to a Butt for damages tor. de
taining a person without process of
What the city needs and mut
navo ror local patients, as won as
those who mny be In the city with
out frlonds, Js soma place tor proper
detention and care, where they may
receive treatment and be kept under
observation until their condition is
Many such cases .have to bo dealt
with by the authorities during
year, and they make the best of the
conditions tint exist, but It was not
-until the Vnn Kirk easu'stlrroil the'
community that tho people generally
appreciated the real nil nation, al-
tJLiuJ. A- L.lLjH:k.iJr:k fttikfafal
First Cargo To
f Pearl Harbor
It will fall to the lot of tho Ameri
can schooner William IfVMarston, t(
bear the honor of being the first U'rg
type vessel to enter the newly dredge'
channel leading tof Pearl Harbor.
I The Ave masted schooner has on
board a largo quantity of material In
tedded for tho big drydocks soon to
iio-wider construction at the now Ha
waiian naval base.
Tho San Francisco Bridge Company
has shipped", by the schooner, a largo
amount of lumber, brick and other
'lines of building material. The ques-
tlon of transferring this construction
to, the railway and thence to Pearl
Harbor, there to be unloaded again,
has received much consideration at tho
hands of the contractors'.
Tho disposal of the bnllilir.se nutc-
rial was finally Bottled by the deel-
slon In favor 'of taking tho ;hooner
tu Pearl Harbor. The present plans
tire to tow tho vessel down to the
harbor along tho latter part of the
week. When tho work of discharging
the shipment has been completed tho
tug .will taken the schooner In tow and
bring 'her back to Honolulu, it is
expected that tho Marston will leave
for Pearl Harbor by Thursday or Fri
th :nval docks Is 274.000 feet of
lumber. 18.000 brick and nearly one
thomiand tons of othor material.
Tbe .movement. of,Uie schooner Mar
Bton through tl.it lww channel 'nil! bo
I watched with,', keen Intorost by local
Tho Canadian-Australian steamer
Malta! which Is our old marltlmp
friend the Mlowera or still better
known as tho "Weary Mary" travel-
Honolulu with but twelvo first and
isvuiii LiaoD at.uiu
second class accommodations avallnblo
for inp,, ,P.vinr. tw,ii, ti. fnM
At noontime today a man named
John Falconer whp was working on
the Oceanic wharf In unme u-nv mnn
ath0 qUck m0Vement of soldiers anil
gUI1B to the otuor sldo.of tho Island.
For the Marathon 'racb Nigel Jack
son has added tho following prizes to
his llttlo list: Denney & Co., Star
shavlnc outfit: Oreen Stamn Trad Inn
I Co., n stove; Archie Ilobertson, flno
fowooy nat. Moro trophies aro coming
in uicij iiuui uiiii iiiu nob win no a
long ono within a short time.
Bulletin Bnsincss Office. Phbne 158.
Bulletin Editorial 'Room Phone 185.
though Territorial officials have ap;
a pealed to the Legislature evory scs-
slon to do somothlng to bring about
The city officois now haven ehniic!e
to dp somotlilng ipractlcul In thin
More Arrests Follow In Wake
Of Police Attempt To
Forty-eight penal summons were
signed and Issued for service by Judgo
Andrado this afternoon. All were
sworn to by Inspector Scully, who has
been on the trail of automobile speed
artists for somo weeks. Scully has
at least five witnesses, who have from
tlmo to time assisted hlra in taking the
time of the chauffeurs over measured
Most of the offenders wore caught
on King street and quite a number of
them were speeding near the city Urn-
Its. Scully allowed a wide margin as
regards speeding, and any cases of
17 18 or 19 miles an hour were not
troubled with. It was the genuine
speed artist who throw his 30 or moro
miles behind hlra,. over a 330 feet
course, that will have to face the
music at the police court.
?,thel list .appear, tjje name ofsojr-
inen'.Vi" hflVabgeri alrsady.'flueJ
Corporations Hold Their
Annual Meetings And
stockholders' moetlngs were held
this morning by sevsral plantations.
aud all icported prosporous condi-J
tlons prevailing for the past year.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Kohala Sugar Com-1
puny wn8 held this morning in tlw Captain Clark was taken very slid-office-
of Castle & Cooke. Ltd. Tha . dcnly I" on Saturday afternoon, while
report of Geo. C. Watt, manager, was
read and showed a net profit for the
season 190D of $78,.r90.27. '
Grinding commenced on January
14, 1909, and was finished on Au
gust 10, 1909. The estimate was
for 4E00 tons of sugar. The total
yield was CS79 tons of Bugar, an av
erage of 4.042 tons Of sugar per
acre. Tho crop of 1910 will be har
vested from 1400 acres, and the crop
ot 1911 will be harvested from 1410
It was necessary to cut between
thirty and forty acres of last sea
son's rrnn fnr seed enne ln order to
complete the planting of the 1911 ' A,ny person Interested in seeing a
crop. The grinding of the 1910 twclvo-mller sugar illl sot up and
crop was started on February 1. and lc"ll' for business should call ut the
up to date about 108 acres of rut-,"0"0'1"1' Iron WorkB
toons have been harvested. Il '" "ot oftcn that an opportunity
The period of cold and stormy ' ,llla lilncl llTer8 l0 Bet a good view
weather which w.is experienced dur-fof a complete mill. The Iron works
ing the summor of 1908 and the dry "as tho mill tha,t has been built for
period which camo In the following Formosa set up ln Its shops nt Ka
summer (1909) have undoubtedly knako, and the machine will be kept
bad a damaging effect on the mauka Handing for n day or two, after
canes and will be' noticed in this which It will bo taken down for ship
vesx'H cron. In th fall of 1908 tho 'c,- I'eoIlo applying nt tho office
mauka Kai.aau Hold was seriously
damaged by army worm, so that It
had to be replanted .three times, and
In tho following summer the same
field was almost destroyed by leaf
roller. It was In such a bad con
dition that Mr. Terry of the Hawai
ian Sugar Planters' A8soclatlonsald
It was the wqrst he had seen, and
he even spoke of the advisability of
burning It oft. Tho area of this
field Is 160 acres planted in Yellow
Tip, with tho exception of a small
portion which was planted with Yel
low Caledonia. The Yellow Tip re
covered remarkiibly well, considering
tho adverse circumstances, and, I
think, will glye a fair yield.
Tho area to bo planted for tho.
Continued on Pace 4.
INTEIM8LANI) stoamer departures
lui,i,nr Ko.inlinu which, has boon
..i,,,.,,.! iM0 il0Itu f, Kaiiul uorts.
tio vessel will still nt five o'clock
'hJL.Li. ;,..toi. A-iUto'M .
onco for speeding. There defendants
If convicted a second tlmo will re
ceive Fovcro fines. Ju.lge Andinde
warned tho defendants hint time the)
appeared In court and he Is ci'tot mined
that their convictions will result In
tho cancellation of the olfviidlng chuut
Those named In tho summons are
.Warren nenford -I. I.. Fleming J
K. nice Joe Clark, C. (1. nartlctt W
E. Voting, Oeorge Soares, II. P. Wll
bur. II, I.. Kerr, A. J. Oonsalevs J A
McCandless, B. W. Armstrong. II II
Odell Paul Dlmond. E. U. ltodgo, J. II
Pearce, F. I.ouls, (1, W. Puaey, C. J.
Sehocnlng. Anlone Ilodrlgtics J. A
Kennedy, Chas. McWayne, Joseph
Leal. D. A. MoNamara. Manuel Rels
C. Q. Wight. M. K. Richards A, V
Btovens, Oeo. H. Wells, Frank E
Howes.. F, P. JJllMn J. J. Crockett
Oeb.C. Heclrtoy. JrWllllum Cluncy
A LITTLE BETTER
Expected To Recover
1 From His Serious
While still at Queen's Hospital and
a stiff e, cr from an acute attack of kid
ney tumble, Captain William A. Clark
hiiibor master for the port of Hono
lulu nns reported n trifle better thlh
engaged In tho lic'rformancu of lib du
ties. It was while hn was boarding
a schoonor In the bay, that tho at
tack came on which resulted in his
being taken to tho huspltnl by Dr.
Captain Clark lintt a host of friends
In local business and shipping circles
who hnpo lo sec him out and about hit
CHANCE TO SEE
NEW SUGAR MILL
w'" be given u permit to make an
AT THE HOTELS.
Monday, February 28.
Monday, February 28.
Lt. Col. F, von Schrailer, San Fran
cisco; II, II, Ix'vl. San Francisco.
Sunday, February 27.
F. Gay, Mnkuwoll; J. II. Morayno,
I.thiio; J. W. Neal, Keahti; J. It. Mey
ers, Kilatiea; O, Jameson, Mukawcll;
Lt. and Mrs. A. W. IlaiiBOii, Scliolleld
Ilarracks; Mrs. E. II. Stuart, S. Curo-
Una; Miss Hnyno, S. Carolina; Mrs. E.
in. uiuespio, Detroit, .Midi
Home, Ga.; O, II, Ostorlmut, c, W. Al-
ger, F. S. N. Ersklne, Mrs. 15. Noues,
Manila; Lt. and Mrs. 11. Owens, Miss
Owens and Mr. and Mrs, R. H. South
viorth. A moating will bo held Sunday af
ternoon ,by the Kamohnineha Young
Men's Association at Its club' room In
tho Oregon uilck,
-M , .rf rtW
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb-. 28.
Somcwhnt of a ssnsation was caused
in legislative and official circles to
day when the public became inform
ed of a letter sent to Secretary Hitch
cock by CoiiRi-es3man Lindbergh of
Lindbergh is an Insurgent, and re
cently submitted a recommendation,
fcr an appointee to a postmaster
ship. Pcstmaster-Qcncral Hitchcock
refused to approve this recommenda
tion. The result is tha letter written
by Lindbergh to Hitchcock, in which ,
the Secretary is denounced as a po
litical dictator. The Insurgents of
Congrsis are very much stirred, as
this most recent net of Hitchcock's'
appears to confirm the report that
the Administration will not recog
nize the Insurgents in matters of
HIM M ;
In 4 lis
Fourteen and eighteen hundredths -,
Inches of rnln In four hours Is tho
record tho rnln gauge gles of tho ,
result of n cloud bnrbt that struck tho ,
Kobala mountains nbnvn Wulplo Kulrli t
on .Monday evening last. il
inu downpour wus tho groalest Hint , 1
uie oldest lnnnuiiants litis et-r knotyn
and great datungo was dnno to (ho '
Hi-litH or 1.1)11111 flf tlin rlrn nn.l r.,t-t
tilanterH of tho vallev '"li
Another rain caiien Ktina-nil otnv-nn'"
Inches In twelve hours. Somo dimarfo(
was none me lino or tho Il'i"ii""iiJ
Dtilcn company but it was on tho
iiiu porniy iiiiu eciiciruciiim wiik. iuh'.
character of tho rain shows tho wis; i1
loin or the roiiipiny having built Its. ,
work from bedrock throughout.
GOND0KOHO, East Africa, Feb j
28. Colonel Roosevelt and his party '.
will arrive at Khartoum, where Mrs. i
Boosevelt will await them, on March
PHILADELPHIA, Teb. 28. R..j
newal of the talk of arbitration was"
the leading feature of the strike sit- i
uation here today. It was reported
some days ago that the street rail
way companies would refuse to arbi
FAT DIVIDENDS BUT '
Ono hundred and forty-two thous
and six hundred mid sevcnty-lhu dol
lars wus paid out to stockholders lu
corporations repiesentod on tho Stock'
I'.xcliango today, but with M)m6not
able exceptions stock bales showed
Hiinethlug of n blump or held firm at'
Wulalna after selling between boards
ot 132 sold on the board nt 132.50 anil
closed nt 131. Pioneer held Its owrl
nt 23250, tho last ptovluu Bale hnvliB
t.A.i. ... iqA n-. ......... r . . . n. v..
hut accoullng to tho Btock list 3t'.2B I
ts now hid for It, Hutchinson' Iuib
sagged and thirty shares sold' this'
morning nt 17 875 ns ngalust 18, the
last previous tale. "
Oahu also sagged on board sales n'
3C.G25, Hawnllan Commorclnl hoi
nrm nt 39.50 and llnwallnu Sugar 1
43. Ono hiiudu'd Mcnrydrf sold nt 7.'
Among the stocks olhe than bub
llll.. nllltt.,n.. ....1.1 ... ,n piT-... P
""u ummiij Buiii ui if.outuim til
ery Btock at IB. jj2,2iw;'
i ji jPLMEgK9mmaM