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E8TABU8HED 1883. NO, 4562.
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N A T 1 0 NPig Ship
NEWCASTLE, Pa., Mar. 9. Im
portant action was taken here to
day by the State Federation of La
bor, snowing the attitude of the
working' men of the State toward
corporate interests that refuse to
consider 'the demands of their em
nloves. 1 ,A resolution was passed by the
feuerauon that in event of the re
fusal of the street -xail way companv
of Philadelphia to submit its differ
ences with the employes to arbitra
tion, the federation will send out a
call for a nation-wido strike of
union labor workers and tie up everv
industry possible in order to estab
lish the prinjipleof arbitration.
Go To Prison
SAN FRANCISCO, 'Mar. 9. The
AppellaU.-Court.rtndejad. a decision
todav in,wirdfl"rftTfcdMrms the sen
tence 'at former. Supervisor -Coffey,
' who was' convicted of, accepting
bribes in connection with the trol
ley franchise pasted by the Schmitz
board of supervisor.
BOaOTA, Colombia. Mar. 9.
There has been continuous rioting
in the city as a result of yesterday's
incident of the stoning of the Amer
ican Embassy. The anti-American
feeling is .running high.
CUSTOMS COURT NAMED.
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Mar. 9.
President Taft' todav nominated R.
M. Montgomery as chief justice of
the Court of Customs in place of
Judge Coxe of New York, who de
clined to serve on account of the
salary allowed under the aopropria.
tioti bv Congress. All other meuv
bers of the court whose names were
withdrawn on the 22nd of last
month are renominated. The appro
priation reduces the salarv of the
judges from $10,000 to 17000.
MARKET IS QUIET
AND PRICES DROP
Two sessions of the Stock Et
chings appear ,lo havo brought
yiibout the result predicted by the
oppononta ot the plan,
, At all events, tho market has
chanced from strong and active U)
legs strong and active, although
more business Is being done on the
'exchange and leas cornea under the
head ot between boards trading,
Onomea bnt dropped another
quarter, selling esterday afternoon
at S3. 60, Oahu Sugar also dropped
.from '39 to J8.875 and 38.76, clos-
- lug at 38.60 b'u! Paauhau dropped
back to 30, and Hawaiian Commer
cial sod at 41,25, Olaa sold at 7.
The only advance in the market
was recorded by a sale of Pioneer
nt 237, as against a previous sale
of 234, and Wutalua at 137.60, liuv
lng advanced from 136.60. ,
Generally Making, the trailing
was dull, the buyerevldent!y wait
ing to accumulate a little more
mopoy from dividends or holding on
for another raw sugar quotation.
Tho meollng of tho Honolulu Base
ball League which Was scheduled lor
this ovenlng has boon postponed till
Monday night uoxi.
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10 PAGES. HOHOLUITJ, T1MUT0RT Of'hAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910. 10 PAOttW
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Foundered At Sea
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W. H. Babcock Makes Port
Under Jury Rig--Oii
Way To Africa
Limping Into port under a Improvised
rudder, hating lost wsveral sets of sails,
tho American three masted ship W. H.
Dabcock, from Port Tojvnsend, Wash
ington, with two million feet ot Wash
ington lumber destined for Capo Town,
South Africa la now moored on tho
Wjlklkl side of Hackfeld wharf, await
ing rcpilrs to a badly damaged rud
Hie W. If. Cabccck mot with a ;errl
ble cxnrlonce In an encounter with on
old fashioned south-wester which oc-l
curritl almost Immediately aftct clrart
Ing tho Straits of Kuca and Cape Hat-
For four days the ship battled with
wind end waves The craf$ was thrown
on her beam ends and It Is almost a
ralraclo that the vessel was permitted
to come Into Honolulu harbor tlylng
signals of distress. w
As It wns. the ship Buffered serious
damage to her rudder head and the)
Improvised Jury rig whl;h Captain 0,
R. Harris and his men fitted to her
steering gear was put ouIcV cornmls- over the" side to replscothe chains
slon on four occftslflpa bc.forsthe,3ab-,and.wir.-5(Elch time the ship was ob'
cock reached Honolulu. I lIge"d,W"oo'Bbvp to, this delaying tho
Balls wera blown, tp ribbons during. passsgo tp considerable extant,
the height of the storm. The W. H.j The boat's rigging and gear remain
Babcock lost three Jibs, several lower
topsails, a mainsail and other canvas
bythe blow, .
Savo the loss of, tho rudder head,
the nhln la renorted to ham sustained
no other damage. A hasty survey of.uer. It ,ls" hopotl to dispatch tho vessel
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me vessel is sam lu suuw uiab Jiur,iur ouum aitich ui uiu variiuni iiutsi
scams did not' open because of tho bio moment.
LESTER PETRIE IS
Struck By Falling Block-
Taken To Queen s
It will bo hoard with regret that
Lester Petrle was Injured In on acci
dent at tho railroad depot this morn
ing about cloven o'clock. It appears
that Petrle, who Is tho mastor mech
anic of tho companr, was standing
near to where somo men where lifting
some machinery up with the aid of
wooden blocks. One of these heavy
pieces of wood, In somo way was loos
enod, and fell on Petrle's head,
The master mechanlo waB thrown
to the ground and rendered uncon
scious; the' block struck him on the
back of the head, and at first It was
feared that the skull was fractured.
Dr. Cooper, who was summoned, how.
over examined the patlont, and said
that It was a cnao of concussion of the
brain and tjiat In forty-eight hours or
so, Potrle would bo around alright.
Tho doctor ordered Potrlo's removal
to tho Queen's Hospital whore be Is at
present. T. II. Petrle, brother of the
Injured man was Informed ot tho acci
dent and he was quickly at the hos
pital. Tolephono moosages are coming
li all tho tlmo and everybody Is an
xious to know how the woll known
apart la getting along. At one o'clock
today tho patient' was reported to bo
doing1 well, and tho hospital authori
ties Boem to think thai Pctrlo will be
out In a day or so, If no complications
On Saturday at 8 p. m , J. W. White,'
champion chess player of tho Y. M. C.
A., will play twelve games simultan
eously. Twelve separate chess bocrda
will be In operation at one and tho
samo time, each presided over by an
expert of tho game. Mr. Whlto will
pass from one board to the other ami
thus glvo a unique exhibition of play
ing twelvo chess games simultan
M- BULLETIN ADS PAY -
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severe wrenching and plunging.
The Babcock, la a wooden teasel
and comes from tho Bewail yards at
Oath, Molno. She has beon lu almost
constant service sinco the early pat
of 1892. At one tlmo the vessel war
commanded by Captain Stirling, wb
also was a one time skipper In th
sblp Oreat Admiral. The Dabcock he
visited Honolulu on a mimbor of ocr
stons bringing coal for tho nnvy d
Tho vessel sailed from the Pus
SounJ lumber port on Jnnuiry 19tl
She carried two millions feet of Tu
iber for SoutU Africa and her trou'ol
bgan the fourth day out frcm tl
After the storm bad subsided, th
rudder was finally secured b) stcc
cables and It rcqojrcd four sets ol
these stays to bring the ship Jo Ho
nolulu. " ,
When meeting with an unnsusll'
heavy sea, the cablos would part, am'
the men. would then be lowered
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I Captain Harris Intends to hare re
, pairs madei here. Ho has negotiated
with Captain Lylo to do the work anil
the shin will retain her careo of lum-
MULES AND MAILS
Luriine From San Fran
cisco Had Uneventful
J- r Passage
Automobiles continue to como Into'
the territory In quantities which will
Yery soon bring the nutnbor now on
Honolulu strcota across the border ot
the six hundred mark.
The Mrftsoa Navigation liner Lur
iine, six days and twenty hours from
San Francisco added a scorp'to tho
number already In service In the Ha
"We Had a flno trip down 'from the
coast," was tho comment ot Captain
Henry F. Wooden. Tho weather left
llttlo to be' desired. Tho forty cabin
pasaengera enjoyed the voyago and
twenty-nine head of tour footed passon-
gera. Included In a consignment of
mules' tor various Importers, kicked
up their heolB in gleo as they were
led down tha gangway to tho Matson
The Lurllno brings twenty-five hun
dred tons of freight for Honolulu and
In transit thore Is nearly a thousand
tons of cargo to be left at Kahulul.
The 'twenty motor cars aro consign
od lo Several agents hero Including i
for von Hamm-Younfc, 3 for Schuman,
3 for Alexander & Baldwin at Kahujul
and 3 for E. 0. Hall"& Boiyi.
Alexander" .ft' p'allwln will supp'e
ment their aiitb delivery service on
Maul by the addition of tho new ma
chines, Nlnetoon mules will continue thp
trip to tho Maul port Over three hun
dred sacks ot mainland mall arrived
by the Lurllne. It Is- oxpectod that
the vossel will get away for Kahulul
some tlmo tomorrow,
Tho Lurllbe is scheduled to sail for
San Francisco on March lEtli.
Included In the list of passengers
aro nine young second lieutenants who
are proceeding to tho Philippines
where they will Join tho marines. Thev
will take passage on tho
In e'xpected hero onKof hiout
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8 An application has 'been filed U
with Territorial Tiuoslirpr' Conk- tt
m ung ii) unsuu an 1 i.oontv asKing 11
it that the corporation 1U allowed to tt
St Increase its capitalization from It
It tl 000,000 to $2 qOo 000.
HE WILL SUPPORT
Says He Must Suppoit
''I 'linve decided (.to vote (or Link
tiiCindlets ns my candidate for Del-
,. to to Congreia reached tho
o.tcluslon on Sunday, after carcful-
' y weighing the political situation.
"I am pan with Charles Killhlau-
lanl(NotIey, so far aa his candidacy
for Delegate to Congrers Is concern
ed. Hut should he run for the of-
dee of mayor, ti will work With allJuon ot IOIal naminieirauon.' Tnni
uy ability for' hlsjvlctory," j brief yras, nt tho request of Sonator
Jl. M. Kamr.o, tho cdnutti bill of l',le3' pr"lie? '" lno Cougrfcsslonal
Kohala, one of thotgreatupiwrtorB.KMord of February 7.
"of the Home nulejUtymadoit(ho Atilhe eharlag qn ;rehruary,l
nbove stntomeut this nfternoon.-H further argued botlf (.tt-Viglit-ana
when Interviewed by a Bulletin the capacity of our own people to
reniesintutive He waa not at all admlulster the liquor question In
backwnrd. but emiihaslscd the fact
that "Unekona." meaning McCand-ul o'e'y on the ground of solf-gov-leaa,
would. Judging from hs work e' nmont. When, therefore, the
befnro the Congressional committee chairman nt.d the committee ex-
In Washington, make good. If elect
ed Hawalls Delegate tp Congress.
"My suppoit for "McCamllcss,"'
continued Kanlho, "docs not neces
sarily mean that 1 will Join tho Dem
ocratic party. I have not signed,
nor will I sign, tho Democratic en
rollment list. I nm onl Baylngjiiat
1 am for McCandlesa eo far as his
candidacy for Delegate to Congress'
"I want to state further that none
of the Democrats have asked me o
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FAVOREll IN POST
, CARD VOTE
In answer to the question, ns
chairman of thjo subcommittee- of
the Library of Hawaii, regaling
public sentiment In regnrd to the
site for the now library, Philip
Weaver said this morning:
"The subcommittee of thrco, ot
whom I am chairman, Includes W.
H. ua&bltl and J. it, Kisner. we
held a meeting some time ago and,
decided that the best way to ascer
tain an opinion ot those people In
Honolulu who k.now most about li
brary matters and the use of a li
brary was to send far a postal catd
vote to all of the members ot the
Honolulu Library and Reading Room
Association, amounting to about 338
"In response to our public nOtleoon(i intimated that unless thpBq.thlngs
that the chairman would make sug--' a'ro'doiio, tho party tiiW gotJijvotho
geatlons for a Bite and consldor ree- contldchco 'Of the vofyj-s. rnieclolly
orfimendatlons, there were only three 'jHlls'e; 'rif'tho HawuWiiR ,,' 0
rtplles. The a u 1 1 1 1 n's work " lseaker HoIoic'ln,;wp.. Injfftnds to
(C.nntinnpA on Pairs 2')hi) come bafck'to Honolulu' In! three weeks
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STORY OF HIS PLANS
John C. Lane called at tho D u I
1 e 1 1 n offico today and stated his deslro
to deny In toto the statements contain
ed In tho nrtlcle glon to tho Diillctln
yesterday nnd doallng with hla alleged
plans foMhe political future Mr. I-arto
sas that ho la working rs a loyal and
regular Republican nnd has alwtys
done ro, The men who nro ntteniptliiK
to dlBcredltlm nro persona who hie
Curtis Bill Was
Opposed By Kuhiq
Delegate Declares He Is For
Tho following letter has beon re
ceived, fully outlining tho nttltuclo
of the Delegate to Congress In con
nection with the Curtis bill and the
piohlbltion election resolution:
Committee on the Territories?
Hoiuc ct Hipiesontatlves, U. S,
Washington, I). C.
Editor K v c 11 1 n c Bulletin:
iollowlng tho otu of the Banate I, as Territorial Delegate, had op
Committee on the Pacific Islands and pood siah a ple'jlscllc, mj good
Porta 'fllco to report favorably i.e faith In standing for homo rule
Curtis piohlbltion bill, It became np-' would hae been npon to question
parent that there waa an Immediate
poi'jthlltf) thnt such legllatlon
.would be enacted b Congress.
j After a lehcaiing on tho bill had
'been Lccuied, I submlltel a brief
setting forth reasons wh) It would clplo lb the fullest extent. It not
be unjust f(r the Congress to tnko only ghea a direct ballot by tho cn
nway from tho Territory lis tight I tiro electorate, put It f'trther pni
to 'legislato for Itsolf on this ques- tides that an) resulting IcglslJ'toi
.Hawaii, and ,1 opposed the pending 1
presseu mo opimon mat 11 wouia
be willing to havo tho question sub
mitted loathe electorate for their de
cision, I approved of that plan, and
it was agreed to by all concerned.
HOLSTEIN EAVORS (SECOND ARTESIAN
REVOLUTION! WELL A GUSHER
Believes Party Success
Depends Upon Thorough
"If tho head otnclals of the Territory
wish to hue tho support of tho Hcpub-
illcan party, they must recogitltu its
I authority and not tgnoro It.
I "They must reallro tho tact that tho
1 1 arty la supremo, and that Its lmr-
m prosiicilty and success on elee
on Uu ,,-,,, ,agely upon (h(!lr
acUon m matUn political.
;Thu officials of the oxccultve com-
' nittti n Mihn ilbclrn ti run fill- nfllnn
chauld resign their ihisUIuiir and step
out of It. They should not be ullowod
to hold office, uinl oxpect to get help
tfom ,ll0ir c0 ,v. kel.a
-Tho whole uvr. em oft noil tlcal man-
ngement shoul 1 bo en revolutionized as
to win the coufldcnco of the toters
particularly thoro of tho Hawallnns."
H. L. Holstoln. who wns receutly
selected as a Republican national com
mitteeman, mnde tho abovo statements
yesterday, before lie ddpittnd on
tho Mauna Kca fur his homo In Ko
hala He was sincere In his remarks
uxiKJCtaWvisft tho 'ffeiitjpreclncts,
'company with I.oirln .Andrews, the
campaign maJinger. It Is hla Heslro
subject, however, to tho wish of tho
partv, to nscortaln fiom tho .leaders
of different precincts, certain matters,!
which are peihaps unknown to tho
central committee; but which, f hot
adjusted will bo detilmcntal to tho
Ho stilted further, and with om
I hasla, th it the head officials ot tho
government, who do 11 groat deal of
appointing men to offices under their
Jurisdiction, should bo brought to un -
derstnnd that thoy appoint men. whoso
applications nnd qualifications togcth-
I take the position that In view
of tl)0 apuctal representations that
luno been made to Congress ccn
lernlt g tho present conditions of tho
liquor Unfile In Hawaii, It la entire
ly right and ptopcr that the cltl
xeus of our Teirltory should tune an
unlianifeieil opportunlt to express
their wl.hc) on that subject; and if
by inc.nbers ot Congiecs who ure
klnetely lutciejtcd In the welfare
Tho joint rcrclutton ngrccd upon
embodies tho so '-tan eminent, prln-
kiiqii be cnacteu uy tno Teriuoriai
Leglslatuie and no by tho Onn'r
greia. . ' il
I r ha slue been haked b the
fClylc FcdoinUpupnd .tha -Anti jaf
loon Lcngne to ninoml tho resolution
so us to piovlde that If prohibition
Is directed by tho electorate, It shall
be enacted by the Congress,
I huc defined to do this first,
because I lelleio In tho principle
of'bef-gove u-nent on this question;
and, t,o;oud, bocauee I have confi
dence thnt the Legislature will carry
out In gtod fnlth tho wishes of the
people in expressed nt the special
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Caiim Unlln Ta D C..r,I,
1UIII IICIIS IU UC OUIIli
At Corner Of Alapai
A second well of considerable Im
portunco was tapped this morning nt
C:20 11 111 , at the comer of Ucirtiiuli
and Alnpnl strccta. This la the nc.ind
of four wells which It Is contemplat
ed installing at this pumping ttatlun.
So great waa the flow from thin now
well, that n portion of Ucriunln
atieet was flooded. In many plncqa.
bctninn Miller street and tho pump
Ing stntlon, tha water flooded the ride
walks, so Hint plunking had to be laid
doafor pedostrlnna to crus from
one aide of tho street to tho other.
Tho wntcr being pumped at thla stn
tlon la aitcslan nnd la both piue'nnd
cold These wella nro being sunk fur
tho Territorial Government by tho
McCnndlcss Urathera, aa an addition'
to tho clt'a water supply,
Tho first well wns tapped about 1'J
daja ago nt a depth of 617,fect. Tho
ell tapped thla morning nlroady has
been sunk to n depth of some SG0 feet
but drilling operations will bp con
ducted for some time, ns It Is deemed
advlsnbla to go down como consider
allo depth1 to miho stir6' of thp water
not giving out In limes' of drought.
Ab soon aa the wolla have bpon aunk
to (ho required depth,, 'tho water la
minincd direct Into tho mains. Tho
first well hast been piped and Is now
ready to be attached to tho pumps.
Tho new pump which has Just been
Installed by the Honolulu Iron Woika
Is approximately 250 II. P. It Is a
high lift pump capablo of forcing wat
er nt .1 liK'h pressure lo tho Niiuanu
valley, This will ho driven by Bteam
and will have a capacity of thrco and
a halt million gallons iter diem. Aa
soon ns tho now pump Is In working
ordor, the old 0110, which has been In
opeiatlon for about fifteen )0nrs, will
Tho old one Is a low-lift tpe of
pump nnd Is 1B0 H. 1. Its capacity
Advertuutf; ii the modern armor
of the business man; it is a shield
ajrainst competition. The B u 1 1 e-'
tin is the shield of the Honolulu
business man, because it covers' th;
Islands more thoroughly than any
other paper published.
PRICE 5 CENT!.
NEV ?0RK, Mar. 0. Automo'uils
r.anufr.ctuicrs will be joined in on
immense combine if tlie plans now
under way arc successfully carried
out. Ortat financial interests of
v.hicl J. P. Momaa is the Mad are
financir.tr a combination of nutomo- '
bile manalacturwrj that will enrrr
a capitalization of hundreds of mil- -lior.s
of dollars. , ,
PHlLADILPinA. Mar 0. The": "
nfl I S U ! A Ei '
111 IE i y nil 111 1
snuuente cr tne street railway strike .it:
citV bean to show itself-today. r
v n-n sevcru hnnarea workers in
' Saldv.in locomotive Works.
vrilLei cut. ' . !
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, Before Honors
WASHIHGTON, D. C. Mar. 0.
The subcommittee of the Hoiuc has
decided asuinst rewanlina Pent? 'in
honor of his ditcovcry of tee North -Pole,
until he furnishes nroof of his
exploit. Concressman Mason states
that "he strcnjjly doubts Peary's
claim, to havine reached the Pols.
SENATOR DANIEL PARALYZED.
BAYtON. Ha.. Mar. 9. Senator
Daniel c Vin;inia. who has bciu ,
wintenne here, suffered a stroke of
iParaiTSis torjiy. ihc stroke is no:
ihouRht to bo necessarily fatal.
Marti which has boon discharged .a"' j
. Ill,..nl.l, f.f fl 1 n Kl..lh.KU.l .H.. A . . T4
...IK.lllli w. 11, u llll'lirUMU luui lil cum
nt this port, hns tolled for Mojt, Ja
pan The Japanese stoauer Cushu
.Mnru is now discharging Moji coaLat M
tho railway wharf.
Tho plans for tho extension of sev
eial Hues of tho Honolulu Rapid .Tran
sit, accompanied by blue prints, have i'
bom nd,mlttd to Territorial SUpcf-
Intendcnt of Public Works Moratrm
Cnmpbell, nnd that official hns tufnal
the docuniuiita over to tho city nnd
county suporvltors, with a formal dot
lllcatlon of his approval,
Tho street rullway conpinj propnua
to lny tracks on Young street botwepii
kpnl and K&plolanl sticeta. nnd also'
nnnmlnpt. llirli- liitniitlim nf f..iil.llt..- -"
tho present tnickago on IJIu$ from Kti".
wnlshau to Achl I-aiie. (""
Tho (ilans and dlasinmj will rocclvo
attention from the load coranJIttro'."1
Buperlntendent Cnmpbell announced
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II lib UU mil J.flllilUll ll'JniUttSIOJ! iO II1Q fl
Hawaiian lrectrlc Companj to lay n,'l
umiictnincii (upo lino along itirnanls,
H.iloltnuwlla und Alike 1 ntrenta ,-ho
11 ulu to bo Ubcd for the purposn ,of ii
convcvlai; voter from tho company
wo!) en 'in 11. Kmniv ostitn'on Rich
nrds street to t!-o rlcrrle plant.. Acr
cording to tho !uper(ntt.ndi lit of Pub
lic Works the Hawaiian ncctrlo stau-lM'
ready to cniuily with Mm existing 01. 1- .
Iiinnccs pertaining tu tho lent Ing up
of the streets and ropbcius; tlio samp.
Tho Territory h.ia acquired tho hoc
eBsnr) property situated at tho cor
ner of Alapai nnd King strocts wlUoh
will bo usoil In tho wldcnlng'Sot Ala-'
ttll ctrnor at tVita 4imnl nninvB,lUii.i
,., fviv-b .,- jum imp, HVVUIUIUS'
(ii n nnHflnnt Inn frtnlijl Ik llm On..
crirur8, rrqm Marslau CaraiibIUj
LLjuufaf mi.i4 jJ .
mado a busIncE3 of knifing tho patty.
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