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From San Vraneitcos
Alameda Mar. 11
For San Francisco:
Korea Mar. 7
Naltnl Apr.- U
Mamma Mar. 20
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Islands more thoroughly Yhan any
other paper published.
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Not a class publication, but a Newspaper for everyone
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4501.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEMITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1910. 10 PAGES.'
PRICE C CENTS.
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CARUSO SINGS WHILE GUARDED
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Stole Funds Of
Fred T. Faulkner Took $5000, And
Fled to Japan-Was Trusted
When tho wireless was rccelvcil
from tho Korea yesterday saying that
a guard was wanted for n prisoner,
It was thought that perhaps the Chin
cso murderer ot Elslo Slcsol .might be
on hoard tho liner. Howovcr, the pris
oner turned out to bo Fred. T. Faulk
ner, a former attncha of tho American
legation at Peking.
Deputy Sheriff Hobo and a couple of
oRlccra went on board the Koroa as
soon as sbo docked, and took charge
ot Faulkner, who wns In custody of
J. I. Vlney, Deputy United States' Mar
shal at Shanghai.
Faulkner was taken to the local po
lice, station wliero ho was searched,
and. n gold pin removed from his coat.
Tho deputy sheriff was taking no
clmnces e.t the. prisoner lujurlug. hint
Tho prisoner slept In. ono of tho up
stairs rooms at the police station and
had a meal sent In to him from tho
Orlll. Faulknor Is reported to bo with
out funds of any kind. He Is a decent
looking, well dressed young follow of
about thirty years ot age, and seems to
think nothing ot tho terrible plight ho
Two Years Sentence
Imposed On Bigamist
Charles Kekoa, Who Had Two Wives,
Must Pay Penalty For
United StntfH Judgo Robertson this'
morning Imposed a sentence of two
years' Imprisonment and u flue of $10
upon Charles Kckou, tho Hawaiian who
entered a plea ot guilty to an indict
ment returned by tho Federal Grand
Jury charging' him with the crime of
Hitting near Kekoa at tho tlmo sen
tence was pronounced that means he
must wear prison stripes for two
years, wns his wlfo, two year old
daughter and ten months old baby,
(ho children ot lils first and legal wife.
It was an affecting pccne oven to
IIioho who are hardened to the ml
orlus ot tho courts. I.orrln Andrews,
attorney for Kekoa, mado plea for leni
ency on tho ground that the IntorcstH
ot justlco would bent bo served by
giving tho man a light sentence so he
could soon regain his freedom and cure
for his wlfo and 'children. Judgo Rob
ertson responded that ho could sea no
mitigating circumstances In the caso
and accordingly imposed tho sentence
of two years' Imprisonment.
Kckou nnd his first wlfo have been
united ns a result ot his arrest nnd
prosecution by tho United States au
thorities and one of the statements
thut wore advanced as tending to mill-
gato tho eerloueucss of his crimo was
tho fact that tho woman ho married
tho second tlmo was uwaru'thut he had
a wlfo und children living, tho sccr.id
wife having been an Intimate friend of
BAN rRANCieCO, March 7. Sugar
06 degree test, 4.-12 cents. Previous
quotation 4.43 cents. Beets: 88 analy.
sis 14s. 4 iid, Parity 5.06. Previous
quotation 14 Cd.
Is In. He emerged Ifom his room nt
tho police station this motnlng smok
ing a good. cli,'ar and seemed abso
lutely self possosted.
The young man had' an excellent
position In tho Legation, nnd had tho
handling of largo sums ot money which
wen1, from tlma to time, cabled buck
and forward between Washington and
Peking. He also had control ot tho
money with which to pay tho cablo
charges. It appears that ono morn
ing he applied for two wocks vacation
and, gathering up a couplo of thousand
dollars, departed for Kobe, Jupan. The
shortago In his accounts was noticed
shortly afterwards nnd his arrest au
thorized. It was found that' there fouj bo
considerable troublo In extraditing
Faulknor from Jnpan.-audiho- was" jil
lowed to go frco. Not content with
that much privilege, the man traveled
over to Shanghai and thcro was arrest
Dclng without funds, the court as
signed counsel for his defense, and an
agreement was come to whereby
Faulkner should plead guilty and get
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FOR JURY TRIAL
Attorney Peters Waives
Twonty-clght alleged auto scorch
ors, represented by Attornoy Peters,
have coma forward, demanding the
services of a Jury of twelve true and
tried fellow citizens, In order to do
tennlno their guilt or Innocence.
The party, who waived a prelimi
nary examination In the district
court and before Judge Andrade, in
cluded C. I,. Wight, W. U. Young,
Manuol Ilcls, A, V. Slovens, II. L.
Kerr, Frank K. Howes, J", L. Flem
ing', F. P. Wilson, C. O. llartlett, C
J. Schoenlng, E. ,K. Dodge, Geo. II.
Wells, Warren Uentord, Joe Clark,
J. R. Pcarcc, A. Rodrlgucs, doorgo
Soures, D. McNamara, J. J. Crockett,
Wm. Cluney, O. W. I'oavoy, J, A.
Kennedy, A. J. (lonsalvcs, Joseph
Leal, M. K. Richard, U. W. Arm
strong, Clias. McWnyno and J. A.
Tho autolsts were not called until
several minor nssault cases had re
ceived disposition by Judgo An
drade. Attornoy Peters first presented n
request that a plea of abatement bo
entered without argument. This wus
promptly denied by tho court.
Potorx thon suhmlttc.d n plea for
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NEW YORK. Mar. 8. Caruso, the
famous tenor singer of the Metro
politan Opera Company, has received
threatening letters from a Black
Hand organization. As a result, the
vuzra. uuac in wmen ne appcan. 11
being euarded by eighty policemen.
and a careful personal guard is kept
over nun at all hours of the day and
night. v ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 8.
The oostal appropriation bill passed
the House today, carrying- a total of
two hundred and forty millions of
dollars'. This is an increase of six
millions over the appropriation of
BOGOTA, Colombia, Mar. 8. This
city is in a ferment today over the
stoning of the American Embassy.
The affair started with a quarrel be
tween a visiting American and one
of the Bogota police. An altercation
took place is, the street, a mob form
ed, and the American took refuse
in the embassy. Then followed the
stoning of the building. A force of
police has been ordered out bv the
authorities to protect the occupants
of the American diplomatic1 head
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 8. The
strike situation in this city is un
changed. There have been conflicts
at various places during the day, but
not of a serious nature.
WASHINGTON, March 8. Tho H
tt appointment of Henry B. Cooper tt
it as Circuit Judge of tho First Clr- tt
St cult of Hawaii was' confirmed by tt
tt tho Senate tojay, tt
n n si a a u tt tt M
Tho decision by United Stato9
Judge Dole yesterday. Indorsing the
contentions advanced by Johnl'Ca'th-
Cart and Fred Mllverton ns attorney
for Matsu Suzuki and granting the
writ ot habeas corpus, Is regarded by
attorney,) practicing In the United
States court as ono of the most Ini
' jiortant decisions that haro been hand
ed down for souui time.
Tho decision holding that nn alter
woman cannot bo deported for an of
fense which Is conbtltulod a gioiim'
for deportation nfter her arrival 1 if
tho country, bus an Important bearing
upon all caBOs, of that character. Th
groans set up by Cathcart and MJI
vorton1 Wk'd.firily Indorsed ll'rMfo r niit.t
In I s 'decision. - J !MU'"
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FAITHLESS WIFE OFOTD I lCDOT,. Cn.... P
iwiiHiHiriuinii w i
Of HerlNath From .;
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WAILUKU. Maul. March 7. chuu
Chnn Stir-a Korean 'enlloyo, In ono ot
tho fields apt thojWalkapu.Bcctlon of
the sWalliillii S mar 'Company returned
to his hoihO lastfFrlday afternoon at
one ofUhe plantation cmps tn Wal-
knuu.and found another Korean namo.l
Kim Jnl Soon In, very compromising
relations witn Mrs".
husbaud Is a Kiroan i
about titty years ot aso, nnd u leiunf
immigrant rrotn the Hermit Kingdom),
he Is' possessed bf the sumo! Instincts
nnd the finer tehslbtlltfos which p.-o!
Ject, the home lffe of Westerners.
IIw' Instinctively picked up an Iron
bar and with thlsj monstrous weapon
began, assaulting 'the denier' of his
home: .Kins Jl-Boon being ji much
younger '.maa- aid. ilort and .agile, was
soon out; of sljbti leaving Mrs.y.Chun
Chun Su'rTalone to (ace. the, '-wrath of
her hUhbaOd. Chun' Chun Hur first
struck hot; on (lip leg with tlie Irop
bar. Then, clstlhfc that Implement,
aside, he uiekM ui nlohu and with
It began pounding Mrs. Sur to Jcly
and stopped only when his strength
Two little children gave tho nlarm
and other Koreans came to the res
cue of tho Injured woman. The mat-
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Victor ,C. Fnrrnr, architect, 'has
Just completed plans for a ten-room
hosuo tor Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoi
lowny. This will be lit tod with all
modern conveniences mid will be sit
uated In Nuuauu Valley.
This two-storied house 'will be
built In the Colonial style o( archi
tecture, having large and spaclonn
verandas. The kitchen and pantry
will' In In a separate wing.
On the ground floor will bo a spa
cious living room twenty-four feet
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WASHINGTON,' TD. C. Mar, 8.
The attorneys for- the Standard Oil
Company filed their answer today to
the Government's suit for a dissolu
tion of the company under the
charge that it is an illegal combina
tion. MILLIONS FOR AGRICULTURE.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 8.
The Senate passed the agricultural
appropriation bill today'. The bill
carries a total of thirteen and one
Afternoon Sales StjOOO McBryde
Cs, 99; 110,000 Haw. Irr. Cs, 102;
G Palo, 138; 100 Mcllrydc, 7.376;
10 Mcllryde, 7.375; ,75 Mut. Tel.
Co., 10; 200 ICwa, 35.25; 22 Mc
llryde, 7,375;. 35 Hutchinson,
18.75; 10 Kwu, 35.25; 10 Kwa,
35,25; 7 Mcllryde', 3.375,
Wireless from tho Illg Island to
day brings the news that And row
Chalmers ot Papunlon died from In
ternal Inluiles received In n fall COLORADO SPRINGS, Col., Mar.,
frmn. u horse.- Ocoygoi ohalmors, a 8.Erl Thc'mns.'a son of, Briuadier
ifrotlicr. of ,tho decensed, Is manager General' Thomas, committed suicide
of Wnlninnnlo plantation, ''j, today by shooting himself,
TO HIGHER COURT
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CORINTH. N. T, Mar. 8. Non
union men coming to town to take
the place of: unionists ont on strike
met.-vith a warm reception today
that involved a serious destruction
of property, but, fortunately, no loss
IwT - r r ronvevinir the strikebreak
s'rs was dyEamittd outside the city.
thou Chun Sur.,Th occupants of the car made their
escane as best thev could, but a mob
made for the conductor, who was
After wftcking Jhe car. one of the
railroad bridges over which it pass
ed was tmrafil. .
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 8.
Beets: 88 analysis. 14s. 6 3-4d.;
parity, -5.11c, Previous quotation,
14s. 4 l-2d.
Is All Void
WASHINGTON, Mar. 8. An in
teresting point in legal technicality
was brought before the country to
day, when Congressman Sisson in
troduced a resolution calling on the
Supreme Court to determine the le
gality of the methods bv which the
fourteenth and fifteenth amend
ments to the constitution secured.
Sisson declares that these amend
ments are void on account of the ir
regularity of their passage.
Dead In Denver
DENVER. Colo., Mar.-,8.r-Jacob
Schatfer, the famous.jbiHiard play
er, who long held championship hon
ors, died here todays S!
Posen On Fire
KIEL. Mar, 8. The German bat
tleship Posen was seriously damaged
today by fire.
BY If Hilffi
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Held Yesterday Afternoon
Two rerslqns,o( th( 9toc;,i:r.thanx staled tl.;.t v.-'.itn v!3lt!nn San 'Fran
dally will behcuWn.YlYno at lewt. clsro they had louni In llw .ifOcyBj
.. . . .'.:ix' . ,. brokers if that city detailed Inrupnaj
second nt 2,-ociqcv in me nttcrnoon.
This concliistoii' was teachoj.at an
cxi-cutlve metlug of Jln-. Ho'iolulu
Stock nnd Dond Exchartgchuld yester-
day afteruobn when sevefil' mutters of
consldernbh' niamCnt Were illFcume.-l.
Auoiner unpuriuni necision wai wj
passing of n resolution that; tho threo
S106H Kxclianse seals now she!d In Ilia
treaehry shall bo sold aU a price not
lets than I7B00, fin'l tho membership
of I In- MxchonEfl bn canflned tn -ictlvc
brokers engaged In business In linno-
The latter part of the rcEOluthrn
bronght nliuuv by'tho tussostlou fhrt Hl. ut tho stocSlioldcrs oftlioiplantM
jei-eoofkUtirccalnilr ronlUcnUri.iit'iinvllorHi.llBttKlin' tlnj-lvxcti&aRitihwUib?
nolulu might seek sent on the lCx- filed with the Secretary of .tlioll-ix-change,
S-'n t decision was reached In chanse whero members may hnvoracj
time to prevent any pmslbte feeling cess. r.9H
rhnuld sutli nn uipllcdtlun bo pre- Kiusenn M. Campbell vaj clccoJlTntf
ccnted. tcrnate for II. W. Silnglc, rcprcientlnif
Information secnrsil by ,Uio mem- tho Henry Wnterliouso Trutt mj
hers of tho njchangu'from tho agent's piny end Harold Olffard nltvrn:itcJfo3
or plaiit.iU'iin was discussed nt con-
slderable kogth. Soma .of the brokers
Sailors From Thetis
"WIND AND WATER"
Foohng Suey From New
York Here With
"Wind nnd w-titcr have ngaln mada
good," declared Ciiptnln John E. WII-,
led, matter of tho old reliable square
rigger Fooling Suey, which has ar
rived In tho harbor nf tor n flno trip
around tho Horn, starting out from
New York one hundred ami fourteen
day ngn, with n largo thlpinrnt ot
general merchandise ronslgned to tho
locul branch of C. Ilrcwer & Ci.
Tho Fooling Suey Is no stronger to
Honolulu. Sbo la one of tho regulur
bulling packets which ears ngo used
to make periodical tilps around' the
horn, bearing the now fnst illsapiour
Ing Stars nnd Stripes.
The Fooling Suey lias generally cov
ered the distance between Now York
and Honolulu In about ono l.mtdrcd
nnd thirty daya.
Tho windjammer Is ono of thp vory
few sullvrs which will present n unity
nppcnritnco lit the end of a long o)
ugc. The vessel lle- at Utthop wharf
and she Is spick nnd span as any re
spectable ship can be, while tho work
of taking (tilt cargo Is going on.
"Tho Fooling Suey" Is bnid to bear
it very closo veauuibhnco to the
Chlinw pronunciation of "wind nnd
water.' j ,.,'' I rv m :
Done -At Meeting
Uo rcgalxlns tlt0 condition . of JJoS
to Hawaiian plantations thptas
Impoglblo.lti obtain from tho hgVnclo5.
for loc.il un. Monthly reFnfta.'howJ
In?; the run of tliv crop auj the vari-jj
tlon of the tncnme cf.utcnl, Knd'5tlio
amount nf eus-ir shipped and yi.fortli
v,vre lunusueu ine su:i rxauujir
brokers but the tendency I'-i.tobo
rathf r r,ccetve wjii'n dealing wltlHthe
Honolulu brokers. " St
It wob voted to name a Qonimlitco
tbnL slihll call on the nucnts uuJi'cn-
donvor to reach nn midmtnjTiflng
v hereby tho Inllunte lnformatloiiSof
progress of tho crop and nlo:tlr
w r. no lit or tne nrr.i or noia iiiiiM
Assist In Search,
Arrest Has -
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The" Pacific Mall llnor Korea7
f...... .1,n .H..,,,. a.,.1.t,,.l Hln.1lll,
coiitrlbutluii of opium Inst evening?
inn i i I
only after n rigorous scurcli of.
vessel by ofllccrs from tho locaEcu
tpms service und it scoro of. menVj
lected from the United Stdtcaireve;
Hue ctitterrhctls. ' 'tal
As boo if us the big liner -tire
alongside the AlnKcn-strect wharf.'
preparations wore mado for unKcx
tended quest for coiitrnhitud flnin?.
Twenty-two men from the roveiiiiej
cutter Thetis hnd been prctscd Int
cervlce for going over the vessel
The squad wciu In charge otltw
of tho best men connected wtlttho
uispeciors stitu of tne customs, j-tiio
Korea wna boarded nt nu early tiour
In the evenlnc. mid befuroit tlio
scaruhlng purty hud completcdlts,
wurK tiuu icii tne vcssei,"tnryiiau
ttntbolr credit eight latfMlWgra
prpaiod oplom, vlilcli''lit tli'ttlirog
cn vniuutlon on tho Honolulu niarA
het .would net n prutty penny. iSSI
The felnrn Just- niadu nn : boar
the Korea Is not believed will, Icon
siituiu tne total nninunt ot cont
bund drug secreted on tho vt-Reil
It is freely predicted that1 wh"
a further exiilorittlou has been coi
ducted b7 tho Ban Frapclsco Icii
toms or rcvoutis nuthorltles, anuthei
m:.1 iicrliapa muuh larger sclzuw
will he made.
In connection with tho conflscu;
Hon of ojilmn made' Inst ovcnlniJ
Chluete member of the flreroom cr
wus placed under arrest nmLthl
morning was turned over to Sherljl
Jnrrctt, Just bcfuio tho Korcn'lfcMi
oft her lines, nreparatory to tiallln
for San Krnticlsro. I -JR2
Tho opium wna found
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