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From San Trancitcos
Alameda Mar. 11
For Sit Eranclico:
Korea' Mar. &
Makura Mar. 4
Mlama Mar. 20
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4S9.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEWUTO&Y OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MABCH J, 1010. 16 PAGES.
PBICE 5 CEHTI.
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PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 5. Strike
leaden participated in a monster pa
rade today; in which all the labor
unions of the citv were represented.
All along the line of march the pa
raders were vociferously cheered. It
it claimed ty the unions that seventy-five
thousand-men were in line.
At the marchers proceeded, they
were joined by others from the
street, until the director of publio
safety estimated the people. in line
VANCOUVER. B. 0., Mar. 5.
Sixty-two workmen were , buried
olive today on the line of the Cana-dian-Pacilc-Hailwty.
Ike men were
cleariflt' the v track atTlogers Tut
when, without warning, an ava
lanche of snow and earth swept down
upon them attd buried them from
' HELENA, -Mont.. Liar. 5. Louis
Tames, .the famous Shakespearean
actor, died here today from heart
HE CAN'T TRAVEL
BY BRITISH LINE
But Spencer Will Get Out
1 On American Ship
1 "I arrived here on November 13
by the Mnrama, from Vancouver;
my ticket culled for a return in four
months. I Intended to return by
,tlio Maltal, which Railed Thursday
evening. I wns'unable to do so, as
there was no accommodation." So
stated li. W. Spencer of Walla AValla,
Wash , this morning to a Duljo
1 1 n representative.
' Mr. Spencer does not understand
why he has been unable to leave Ho
nolulu, but baa been obliged to havo
his ticket canceled and forced to pur
chase another by the Korea, sailing
next Monday, The Maltal (a a llrlt
Ish boat, und In no way affected by
Amerlcnn laws. The Korea is an
American steamship. (
"I have been several times to see
the agents of this Canadian line
about my return passage. The
agents havo Invariably told me ihat
there was no accommodation for me,
" On one occasion they said, 'We hat a
no room for you on any of our boats,
so here is your money back.' " Mr.
Spencer stated that they gave him
"I have now beau forced to take
a passage on the Korea, which has
cost me 175, or $20 more than my
return ticket called for by the Mal
tal. In addition, I am out $30, tho
cost of a railway ' tlckot from San
Tranclsco to Walla Walla, and, be
sides, I havo my board and room to
pay for, for all the das I stand In
this city over and above the time
stipulated In my ticket.
'I went four or flvo times to pee
the. agents of this Canadian lino, but
(Contiivaed on Pae 8)
(. M. ((lit. III)..
tt Another deal In down town real tl
tt eitato liriB been practically com- tt
tt ptctcd nnd the final papers will tt
U pass today or Monday. tt
tt C. M. Cooke Ltd , has purchased tt
tt the blolk on Fort strout generally tt
I known as tho Fisher block Just tt
tt below tho Catholic Convent. tt
U The price Is reported to bo $10,- tt
tt 600. This Is thosocond purchaso tt
tt bv the Cooko estate of business tt
it property. In upper Kurt street. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
FOR LOCAL SERVICE
Steam Schooner Being
Who ore the purchasers of the steam
schooner Washington now being re
paired by the Alblna Machine Works
of Portland, Oregon, which vejscl Is
declared by shipping authorities en tho
.coast, as being prepared tor service
In thrr Hawaiian coasting trado?
The Portland Telegram Btatcs In a
recCnt Issue th.it tho,steam schooner
Washington has been purchased by
the Mntcr-'sland v Steam 'Navigation
Com pan ot Honolulu. '
Manager J. A. Kennedy, smilingly
but nevertheless firmly denied the
story when it was shown to htm by a
Uullotln reprcscntatlte this morn'
"We1 have at present time- all tho
tonnage necessary to mov'o ' lahtnil
freights," Insisted Manager Kentedy
and tho statement) that wo "havo uur
chased tho Washington Is certainly
nows to me."
In announcing tho sale of tho Wash
ington to tho Inter-Island Compiny
the Portland paper goes on to say that
tho Washington will leave- for tho Ha
waiian Islands as soon as she has been
placed in good seaworthy condition. Tho
craft belonged to tho Washington Mar
ino Company of Seattle, of jvhlch C. K.
Fowler Is president and general man
ager. Mr. Fowler spent tho greater
part, of last week in Portland when
tho said was under way.
Tho Inter-Inland Steam Navigation
Company recently purchased tho steam
scnooncr uascauo rrom unarics it.
McCormlck & Co. It Is stated that both
she and the Washington will be op
erated In tho Hawaiian Island coast
trade, transporting sugar from the
yarlous ports to Honolulu, where the
shipments will bo placed aboard the
stiajnors ot tbo Matson Navigation
New Steamship Line
Is Now Predicted
Service May Be Inaugurated Between
British Columbia and Colonial Ports
There Is a possibility of cither an
other steamship service being Inaugu
rated between firltlsh Columbian sea
ports and Australia and Now Zealand
or the addition of steamers to tho pro
sent lino of vessels plying between
tho Canndlan Northwest and tho Colo
nies nccordlng to the story brought to
Honolulu today by tho Canadian-Australian
liner Makura, which orrlted
at Alakea wharf at ploven o'clock this
It la understood that tho Ottawa
rovernment will soon suIibIiIIzo a Com
pany which will operate a lino of
stonmcis liotwocn Canadian nnd Aus
tralian nnd New Zealand ports. It Is
contended that nt tho present tlmo sov
cinl million dollars worth ot Canadian
exports loato by tho way of Now
York which might be diverted to tho
west coast ot America and an Influen
tial deputation Is said to hat a appeal
ed to tho Canadian gotcrnment to nsk
that Bteps bo taken to glto Norih
west shippers n moro direct service,
Tho Mqktira. sailed fioru Vancoutcr
ttrc . ' -v a. .
MAKING, NEGOR,jSOGA-,TASAKA GUILTY
In an exhaustive decision handed
down this morning, the Supreme
Court of the Territory upheld In
eimy particular the conviction of
the Japanese strike conspirators in
e conspirators in, " "' z " ,
and under which jtho ,CUpult Courl
Soga, Y. TaBaUa4'r.-Ji!L
the Circuit Court,
four of them Y.
t Vn. .....1 I- tf Unlrlnn. irnrli
sentenced in ten months' lmnrlsbn-
inent and a line of $300. " . J
The opinion ot the court wqt
wfltton Kv f-litnf liifttfoA HArHs-ftfl?-'
The evidence presented before Judge
De Dolt in the loner court Is con
sidered at great length, and tbeviv,
diet of conviction and the nrocedui-c'
during tne course ot me rjai are
fully sustained. Associate justify,"'
De Holt of the Supreme Court wftaV
the trial of the Japanese having bien'Y
conducted before him, white .Orstij.
Indirn nf tlin. rirrillt Pnnrt. . T .-
The decision 'holds that ibfto:
tual undertaking upon tho part"
the defendant's and their assocUftes
to Intimidate Japanese plantation la
borers who did not wish to strike
for higher wages or who should elect
to return to work, Is plainly punish
able as the crime of conspiracy.
The decision of the Supreme Court
also holds that the attempt to arouBe
discontent among the Japanese la-
Company for sending to San Frnnclsci.
Tho Inter-Island nnd Matson lines are
operated In conjunction, the former
taking caro ot tho Hawaiian coast traf
fic entirely. Tho tcrmsot tho sale pro
Aided that tho original owners repair
nnd overhaul the Vashlngton at Port
land. The steamer had been tied up at St.
John for moro than two years whon the
lumber freights down tho coast began
to decline, Shu had been in regular
commission, carrying lumber from tho
mills along the Wllilametto niter to
San Francisco. It is estimated that it
will tako about two weks to complctof
tho work laid out to bo done on tl.'j
ciaft. Her boilers, pumps and tall
shaty aro being- repaired. The Job is
being hurried along with every possi
ble dispatch by a big forco ot mechan
About eighteen months ago tho
on tho morning. of Feb. 2Cth, .During
tho trip down from the Bound fresh
westerly gales and high seas tvero
exnorlonccd for the first fortv-elcht
hours. Tho weather then changed nnd
UL'Bll HlUllUrUlU BUUIIll-riY UIlll PUlllll
webt winds were met with. Tho wen -
thcr Is reported ns flno for the last
fow dajs prior to arrlal at Honolulu,
About fifty passengers arrived for
Honolulu In the yarlous classes. There
is a Binall gcnornl cargo of which
consignments of codfish mnko up tho
Tho Makura Is loavlng for Austra
linn ports tin Huta at nix o'clock this
Tho tessel Is taking thirty passen
gers from Honolulu who nro bound
for Australia and Now Zealand.
Among the Honolulu pnsscngors nr
lltlng by tho Makura was Attorney
V, I,. Stanley, Mrs, Stanley nnd two
sons. Tho Stanleys lintn been spend
ing soveinl month? on tho mainland
Lady llcrron Is nlso passenger by
tho Makura, . '
) i .
borers by speeches and newspaper
articles tending to incite nets of vio
lence may be Inferred from the evi
dence of IhlS nature presented nt
the trial ot the Xdur defendants In
Court, Tho tourt also
holds that the order of presenting
proof was Immaterial and1 that the
undertaking upon tho part' of Soga,
Maklno, Xcgoio ahd Tasufta to In
timidate those disagreeing with them
Washington -enme nto conspicuous
Washington came Into conspicuous
public iiotlto b) tho assassination ot
'room. He was tho only occupant ot
the steamer and the murder Recurred
In broad daylight, The assassin has
never Jbcen (apprehended, A suspect
made good his escape out ot tho stato
when apparently surrounded by police
officers nnd ( detectives. No traco of
him has bei'n heard of since a short
timo aftor the tragedy.
MAN WITH D.TS
New Arrival Sees
Kinds Of Blue
CHIEF JUSTICE A,, 8. HARTWELL
This morning tthen Mrs. Heine, who "8 " ' ' """"" " ,l,n
runB-the Kort street boarding bouse.be,- Electric light Is provided nnd
knocked sofll) nt the door of a lodger the beds that have been Installed
named II, It. Suilth. sho was astound- are very comfortnble ones,
cd to hear a blood curdling jell from) There is u bathroom and toilet
within the room, ,
Being naturally of a fearless, nature,
rs. Hulno unened tho door nnd walk-
Mrs. Hulno ue,ned tho door nnd walk
cd Into the room. II. R. H. Was cud
died up In bed and grasped In his
right hand was a carving knlfo. As
soon ns the landlady appeared on tho
sceno, Smith announced his huso do
Unlit at seeing her as ho had been
walling for soma ono to carvo for some
Then ensued an exciting fleet hunt
nil over tho room and had Smith been
a littlo moro fleet of foot, there might
havo been murder done. Howoter, Mrs.
Heine got nut of tho room somo how
and Just as sho slambcd tho door she
heard Smith, jell
Wen, ri no it now
' This reimrk waa taken to mean that
that excitable gentloman intonded to
commit sulcldo, so tho pollco station
was qplckly communicated with nnd
three officers hurried to the rescue,
Upon nrrltal at tho houso. tho offl-
cers listened to Smith's lurid remarks
for some tlmo, nnd then bursting open
tho door, were on top of him before
he knew what had Happened. Tho
strugglo was brief, and boforo long
Smith was landed In tho pollco sta
tion whoru ho wns charged as being
Smith has only been In tho count ly
a shoit tlmo und Xis been ill Inking
heavily. "D. T.s" about iixprcspcs tho
trouble with Iho mnn and he prolnhly
will bo alright In n day orsn.
buetin ab pay -mm'
and carry out their plans nt any
cost, can be Inferred from their con
duct during tho course ot tho strike,
mid their relations with each other
with reference to the common ob
ject of upsetting labor conditions
and mousing tho Japanese to illa
oulcr and vlotence. t '
The Nlppu Jlji.
The Incendiary nrtlcles that nn-
potred In tho Nlp.iu JIJI during tho
course of (he strike, and -which were
Introduced In evidence as tending to
show the thieatu nnd Intimidations
ot thi defendants, are held by the
dettlslon ot the,Supreino Court to
hate a direct bearing.
"The Intention of newspaper arti
cles to incite to criminal acts of vio
lence by 'threats and Intimidation
may be inferred from their nature
nnd the fact that'sucn acts followed
their publication-.lends to show that
le lapgukg used kill them was, sutt
tlble of 'such mejlhlng In ' tho
minds of those 'whom they were in
tended to reach," Is the syllabus ot
the decision bearing upon the In
fluence of the Nlppu JIJI in the work
ofsthe strikers and their leaders.
Referring to tho Bclzurc of Incrim
inating papers from the ofllco of Ma
klno, thexSupremo Court holds tho In
(Continued on Page 8)
NEW BUILDINGS AT
' COUNTY PRISON
Jailer and Deputy
Soon Be At
Down at the county prison Import
ant Improvements and additions are
being mado under the able supervi
sion of Jailer Asch. Without any
help In the way 'of labor from the
outside, tho prisoners have erected
several neat buildings which are n
credit' to the county.
The first task was the building
of a hospital and dispensary, nnd
last week the finishing touches were
put on Jthoso v?ry necessary houses.
The hospital 1b a fine roomy build-
leading off tho main robm. and tho
dispensary Is at the Ewa end of the
Oil Tai Declares He
Wattled By Breckons
Attorney Makes Motion To Quash The
Indictment Returned By Federal
Carl On Tnl declared upon tho wit-
ness stand In Iho United States I)Ib-
trlct Con it this imirning that tho ad
missions that were secured from him
1 by United States District Attornoj
Ilvickous bcfiiro tho Federal Onuiil
Jury wcro obtained under dttroBs and
that ho was not glteu n fulr opimr
t it nl t lo rnntrntoit tho allegations
, that he was called upon tho face.
Tho statement of On Tal wns made
pn n motion presented b his altor-
IN PLEA FOR LIFTING
tt WHi:nEA8. The Ha nil Promo tt
tt tlon Committee, repiesentlns tho tt
tt Honolulu Chamber of Cnmnicico, tt
tt tho Honolulu Merchants' Assucln- ti
tt tlon, and tbe City nnd County of tt
ti Honolulu In tho.work of ndv-Nl- tt
tt Ing Hawaii as a Tourist Itesort. tt
tt Is firmly conlnced by a caicful tt
tt study of truel condlllnns, covir- tt
tt Ing a long period nnd by n crnrcji- tt
tt ikwiIci'cc which has been ci'y tt
tt ulilo spivnd throughnut tho Unit- t!
tt od Stales. Hint many (icoplo h n It
tt bem nnd am txlng prnVviiKsl tt
tt front vIsliliiR Hiiuolulu by tl.c In it
tl ability to Biciiru steamship he- tt
tt cnmnioilntlou on ootel nat per- tt
tt mltti'd to carry pnsFcngers be- St
tt tnocn tho Mainland nnd llrno-
tt lulu and . tt
tt W1II:Hi:A8. At tho present t!mo U
tt much Honolulu trnol U diverted tt
a from American to Cnnndl.itrpurts, St
tt and In our opinion, suspension 't
III. In the long run. build up and U
lenalhon Amerlcnn shipping In-
tt tcrpsts on the Pacific.. tt
tt Wo roFpcclful'y urge the tompor' tt
tt nry suspension of bo prcent tt
tt Coastwleo Shipping Lnw.in ko far tt
tt ns it relates to tho carrying of tt
tt pisscngers between Hawaii .ml tt
tt the Mainland tt
tt HE IT ncSOtA'ntl. That thl S
tt resolution bo cabled In full to Del
tt egite ICalanlananle.
tiie fprqtto;nR.lwieite!lullyu.aU(Lft llIUjjfl'OiSr.jtitsjS
i) UUUJMfll 111 U "-v.i
tt meet,lna; 0 thu Hawaii Promotion ttj
n lomnmifc, nem ioiay ana cumou
tt In full lo nolcgnte Kalanlanaolc, tt
hospital. 'An operating chair Is to
bo fitted nnd shelves nnd recepta
cles for drugs are plentiful.
Then Just at tho end of tho hos
pital the female prisoners nre pro-
tided wllh n bathousc. In which a
fine shower Is Installed
arrangements are also good,
A carpenter's shop Is completed,
and In It nra to be found all tho
articles so dear to the wood butchor'a
heart. Then ulongslde the enrpen
tci shop, nnd In the same building,
an o be found tailor, bootmaker
und laundry departments.
A four-room cottage destined to
house tho Jallejind his deputy Is
now being erected, and It will be
24 by 30 feet In slse. 80 far, only
the floor undfoundatlons nro finish
ed, but rapid progress Is being mnde
with tho building, and before long
a comfortable houso will bo ready
for, the officials.
The whole scheme In la Ing out
the plans for the houses was to
utilize tho space that was nvullablo
ob wen as possible. -ine ronso -
quenco is, mm ine nouses nu uicu n
beautiful green lawn, whore flowers
and trees a'ro now "being planted. Au
arc light will bo plured In tho cen
ter of tho lattn, and from the top ot
the polo the Star Spangled 'llanucr
will float every day.
SAN FHANC1SC0. Mar. 5. Beets:
fifl nnainis. 14. fid nnritv. i flflr-.
Previous auotation 14s 0 l-4d
1... .' . -
ncys to quarh tho Indictment that has
been brouBht against him by tho Unit
ed States, charging thnt ho has acted
ns a purchaser of tho United Statea
Tho motion to quash tho Indictment
was mado by Attorney Humphreys but
no action was taken ly Judgu Hubert
son, tho rnso being continued until
Foreman NoiAinn Wntklns nf tho
Orand Jury can bo placed upon tho
Hand In regard lo tho statement mado
uy on n
The Senate today paitcj ths postal
savings br.nk bill by (i strict party.
Under the tcrms'of this bllllnny.
iii-on umm ion tears of nxefiimy
HipV defuslts, sitings" Ptnmps'belnKi
hs1"' until Iho inlnlniiim anjownt ot j
$1 la loaihcvl.. Ni portion may, de-,
posit oter MOO In a slng'.o njontn,
or'O excted r,0(i In nil. nnd thoi
....if.. .. .. !... .I1I Ka liirnT1
iiuiiiiiin rum ui iuivit. miii uv
ner tent., credited nnnttatlj. Presl-l'
dent Tii ft luu) oxptceJ H19 opinion-!
lhnl , u bl,on unarB now'hcld&j
,n rWlu 'hlvllllH wln ,, mtfnslcd
I, iho ffnvnrnAiont. ennllllnc' tha hit-'
ter lo redicm the. $300,00q.000 'two'
.. fAnn V.... ....... r.l.tMln,t.tlnl- f
yri ti ,IWtl.p ,lfT W.-aM..M...Ob
timl tTintlllntlloil nt..,nr w'ith creat
itklflll Ic . . .W
v t J
- WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar.C
Oifford Pinchot, while (jivinjr, -testi-moay
before the BalliiiRcr investi
gating committee today, again ad-
mittivl fhnt he knew tinthlnir of hi
n a.. T.rcr. a.-
The tollotown knowledge of any act of Seer--,
tary Balliner reflecting on liis in
tCRnty. , . , - 1
r- Alter far. nncuoi icu ine Biana,'
James H. Garfield took tbe stand.
' m tn " '
WASIIINOTON, D. C. Mar. 5.
Stcneison of Minnesota today showed)
the House Committee on Judiciary
letters from voters all over the coun-
. try, which he declared indicated that
nn onponents of the shin subsidy
wolud be defeated for reelection.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar5.
ItHts tnnl trip today, the new bat- j
tlcshtp Michigan maintained a speed
of 10.42 knots per hour for four con
BERLIN, Mar. 5. Tho German
Geographical Society hai decided to
send an exoedition in nn effort to
reach the South Pole. The expedl-'J
MUU Will UC UUtUtCU US BUUll US UOS
siblc. ' .
I I ,r
AT HOME. ' V'
fliiwroor and Mis. I'renr will bo at.
homo In rallcrs ns usual uoxt Monday,
tho first Monday of tho month, from
four to sl o'clock.
Mrs, Itobert Ilmdclto nnd Mrs flto,
Sherman will ucclto with Mrs, Trcur.
Mrs Wlnslow and Mrs. Tostcr ttllH
rirnattln nna tint Inn Inlitn nn.l nllintt.t'I
who will assist nro Mrs 8. O. Wilder,
Mr. nnd Mrs, llrnlncrd Smith, rMrsJ
iiono, nr. anil Jilts watinnms,, Mri
Walter nilllnghnm Mrs, Sarah Now?
comb, Mr. 13. A. I. Netvcoirib.iMlsa"
iifjiiuiua iuui ivs, w, i,
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