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I.urlliie .... , .Mar. 16
Per ten Iranclsoos . ;
Alameda Mar, 16
Mailal ..) Apr. 2
Marama Mar. 29
Legitimate and conttant ciieak-,
tion promotion make the Bulla-;
tin fint with the judicious 'alver
titer, m it it with the readers,' for its
newt qualities, v
Publication of News Its Beit Circulation Promoter
ttTAlUSHSD ,1882. MO. 07.
10- AGES. H0H0I.PLU', TEKBlfORT OF rA WAII, TUI8DAY, MARCH 18, 1810. 10 PAGS8,
. . . , " - - -
Captured Japanese To
v Secure, freedom
SLWHT PUrHSHMENT IS
AlffcED IY IRECKOKS
Believed to Mean 'Thit United States
Will Center ifforTfAffut, Al
leged Principals in Case Soate
of. Posters With to Stay Here.
Tho Japanese poachers who wero
cnpUrrud in tho raid, ol the United
Statoa Itovonue Cutler Thetis on l.aj
brii Iflarid are toV'bspape with ex
tremely light punlthmeut tor thole vlo
latlon ot the laws'of 'Uje'Unltcd Btatet
At 9 6,e)qok,'tontorro,w' morning tiie.
will bo (roe, UnltedMaCea Judge Hob
crtaou this morning at 'o"cIdcK ha
log, panted sentence apohAhe subject
oflho Mikado of twenty (our hour
Imprisonment,- wltfi 'coeu 'remitted,
i United State's.! District Attorno
Preckdn's' apparency reached '(he 6; j
?iURion ina ii wunra not do- in in
vere penalty, upon the arrested Japan
cie. they belns'conildered In the light
or Innocent -agents ' of "King Max
Bchlemmer, sometime pf Laysan 1st
and and tho Toklb Japanese 'Interest
ed iU (He financial' end ot the, Laysan
Island enterprise. Tho acquiescing ol
tjip United Statea prosecuting attor
ney to allowing' the Japaheae.otr prac
tically without punishment, ( taken to
mean that the Ujikcd. States will cen
ter Its efforts agnthst tho principal!
In the poaching; work. It Is under
stood that tho qrand Jury has already
voted to Indict Bchfnmmcr and has
been holding Its report In the case
until tho final disposition of tho
charge' against tho toachers. There
Is h 'pending suit against Schlemmer
begun ' by 'Breckoiis' In behalf of the
Unltc'd'Statea and growing out of the
Laysan Island episode, but It la not at
all likely that the V'Klng of Lajsan'
Is going to escape' the wrath of Uncle
Bam by h'sllnple civil suit for 11.000.
Immediately upon the release of the
Japnudno tomorrow, mornlhg upon thi
completion of Jholr "sciitonco" tboy
will como under' the Jurisdiction of
Raymond C. Drown, the Inspector of
Immigration. Mr "Brown has already
asked tho Dep'arlfiieiit ot Commerce
and Labor for warrants of deportation
directed agalrist jiio ' Japanese and
they Will bo enforced by hlra as soon
Many of tho Japanese, havo express
ed, the hope that thojV will bo allowed
to remain In Ha'walh. ,
, IN OPEN AIR
Judge Andratle Arranges
: For Automobile
Judge AndraQe' held an outdoor
session o'f the District Court this
morning,' when he find the counsel
engaged III the DaVia-Qulhn nuTo col
lision caBe had the two machines
Drought around to ,the front ot the
police station and had the chauffeurs
give a demonstration of how the ac
t Davis) machine waa placed In the
same position relatively to the curb
on Merchant street as It had occu
pied on King atreet the night that
Qulnn Is alleged to hae forced It
thiough Levy's window. Then
Qulnn's car came along and the
dilver performed the stunts he
claims he did on the. evening of tnd
' Judge Andrade watched every
move, closely, and there1 is little
dimlit that the judge has now alzed
(Continued on Page 2)
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Mar. 15.
No legislation on inunitrration will
be enacted at thi aettion o( Con
Rrets. Thit decision hai been reach
ed by the leaden, who deem it prop
er to await the report of the immi
gration commission that', will -be
made to the next tettion' of Con
WASHINGTON. D..C. Mar.iw.
The Government, will, take fna1 a
thorough inrettisation.of the labor
trouble leading no ,to the; mat'
strike at the'BetUehejn'tteel'iwrkt.'
The requestor thlr inretlttien
)ta'JamttMihrth ii of .UiclMm.
TO EAISE..THE MAINE.
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WASHINDTON.rD. C, Mar. 15.
An appropriation 'of half a million
dollars for raiting ithe wreck of the
battleship Maine in the Havana har
bor wat favorably 'reported to the
SAN FRANCISCO. Mar. 14.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14t. 51-4d.;
parity, 5.08c. Previous aaotation,
Us. 4 l-2d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar .15. Beets:
88; analysis, 14a SHd. Parity, 5.08c.
Previous quotation, 14s Slid.
Mongolia Brought .
. Opium Under Seal
Honolulu customs officials fairly
swarmed the decka ot .the big Pa
cific Mall liner Mongolia yejte-day
afternoon prior to the sailing of that
vessel for Japan ports and the Phil
The , energetic and Inyx-eyed
young men under the Jurisdiction ot
Collector ot tho Port Stnckable were
on tho hunt for the stuff that dreams
are.sald to be made of. They Insti
tuted a rigorous search tor raw ana
prepared opium, a commodity which
was believed to be stowed away In
goodly quantities about the ship.
While the local officials failed to
selte any appreciable amount of the
drug, they dragged fortbja Chinese
who had developed marked signs of
The Colostlal was acting In a very
strange manner. He appeared to
have a decided penchant for bath
ing In the harbor, 'and, It required
the united efforts ot several of his
compatriots to restrain tho dement
ed one from carrying out his deter
mination of taking the dip of death
In the llnipld waters of Honolulu
The Chinese was placed unuer
guard, but In some manner he suc
ceeded in effecting his escape, and
when his absence was finally noted
he was seen making a bee-line for
the entrance to the Alakca-street
wharf, leaving all his earthly goods'
and chattels behind.
thorerore, gained currency that tbeiAtlantluycity nbout the middle of
ChlneseMiaU been released at Honn-) Apill.
lulu, When, In fact, he had beonl J. W Morgan has appointed Nor-
booked at San Francisco for passage
Thls, hpwever, proved untrue, and
when the Bhlp's officers were told
of the escape, a squad at once took
pe, a squad at once took
Hfter-Jho pupule Chinese,
up n chase
and lo was soon, . dragged i reluctant-
m taggggHf'jIvliggBggggglgggggggggggHI '
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7 kBHHatm!BSngglsglsBaflaglsglsgl -;.. Wane tOiWktODftie.TheotlArM lloMAtwi
kBIaKSTOigSSfPE ?"4W;!rtlP ,'
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' '.sliBBjgiBBriavBBaBBPBBBlBB ; ,va V. AVw'-'i Stitagfl uuiiuuijokoraxttr th UDiarMtantllnfrir"
QgggBlgglrfiv n micjMl
fgga Hsf" tP I -TvJpP3ypPjg8Fffi8spsfw bbmi
gggk.1 JHBrPWEv M-k-JFfKI
ly to the Mongolia and put In a safe
In the' search of the Mongolia, a
quantity of opium waa found to have
been placed .under government seal,
It being claimed by the Mongolia's
officers (hat the drug was the prop
erty oJ, certain Chinese members 'ot
tho crew and the dope was Intended
for their personal use. The Mongo
Continncdjm Page 2)
DEARBORN TO ADDRESS
At the request ot J. F. Morgan,
president ot the Chamber ot Com
merce, 0, S. Dearborn, general man
ager ot the American-Hawaiian
Stenmshlp Company, has consumed
to address be -Chamber, The date
for this will bo set Inter.
Secretary Wood 'of tho Promotion
Committee Is one lit the busiest men
In town today1 nahe'lcaves this even
ing Tor Atlantic ''City to open u
branch Of tiic'Promotlou Committed
In that fushjonable resort.
The Promotion Committee U
making an entire shipment of . Is
land curios, maps, etc, by the Vir
ginian,, Q, I. Mono agent of tho
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com
pany, 'lias 'promised to have these
rushed 'across the Isthmus of Te
luiantetieo with the lentil nosslble
delay, so that they will arrive In
man tWAtklns n member of the Pro-
jmotlonkCpmmlttee, lco A. Ilow-
en 'resigned. The election of n new
chairman for the Promotion Com-
nilttee will tnl.e place nt tho next
nilttee will tnKe placo nt ho( n
TdeetlnfeJ otthe pronVo(lo;irJB,(,ti)
VERY LIOUT SEHTfflCf
i-: i ii .. it ' i r . i ji ? iti.jt
SeCarY MOWC PdVS
Tribute To People.
"In tho( course of eachyear I prac
tlcally cover tho world three times
In mileage, traveling about 7S,0Ui
miles annually," stated T Johni V.
Mooie tq a II u 1 1 e 1 1 n representa
tive this morning.
Mr. Moore Is one of theMnterna
tloiiul traveling secretaries specially
assigned to Y. M. C. A. Work among
railroad men through the Eastern
and Central States. "I have been a
loml secretary ot a city association
and one of the State secretaries ot
the State ot New York.
"I came here at the request of
the liouid of directors of the local Y.
M. C. A. to assist In tho study of
the possibility of the association
moement In this city and Its pos
sible extension to classes ot men not
at present reached through Us oper
ation." In reply to the question as to
whether he felt the heat, Mr. Moore
said: ''About three weekaago I was
at Duluth, Minn., on my way to the
jilnco where I was to speak. The
thermometer recorded 18 degrees be
low zoio. Yesterday It was npprox
tmutfll) 92 degrees, according .to tho
readings at the kiosk on Hotel
which Is a remarkable
''I nm delighted wllh the lttle
jthat I have seen of this city. J have,
of course, leud much concerning
these Inlands and expected much. So
far I have not beau disappointed.
While I. have not been here long
enough to reach Until (inclusions,
my Impression Is Hint front the
Hi midpoint of tho Y. M. C. A.,
(Continued on, -Page 6)
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r 'lrwJrmiWmL.mLJt sisr':t jkiir' .. l llJii 4
,....-.: IivLl .usrii r.-l.i
arrival at jnlrf place the capfui.oljha 4
Urltlsli Sudan abd the cltyj. Ik, aad
abound which ranch Egyptian hjstpry
has been made.. While Jier'e Ceuonl
llonaeve'lt will be a gdest ai tb'e'pal
ao of thejgpvernur, the place1 chosen
by, Jlrs. Itooseveli for her clouine to
her returning .huslmnd apd'sodi The
sirdar, or.bommahUer. of tho Egypt jn
army, General Blr Krancls Beglnplil
VloBntc, who'lK'als( govcruorgoneral
of tht, 8u;ltn, sent tils' own Irtunchj (o
Oandokor to lake Colonollloosevolt
and his bully from thxt place to KHaT
tuni. ' ' I
, The statements of John Q.,Woolley
and George H. McClellan before' the
Senate Committee on Pa;Hc Islands
to .Porto. Itlco In connection lthjtUe
proosed liquor legislation foj'Hnwall
have been received. 'MV
In the course, ot his statemeusa
representative of local comnierelal bo
dies McClellan said: ' ' O
TJie Chairman. You , may ,nrjD
teed. 'Mr.' McClellan. ' i u 1 f
Mr, McClellan. Mr chilrtna mid
gentlemen, l speak at th,e request ot
the Delegate and, also on b'ensjt ot
tho Honolulu Chamber of.CojajMrca
and the Merchants' Association ot
Honolulu. f '.i
I want tp say, wUh respect.to the
Chamber of Commerce of'HofcolUlu,
that It Is the oldest commeralel or
ganization west ot the nocgy Moun
tains, with the Blngle excepltb'n, f
believe, of (he Chamber of'COMB8ree
of Portland, Ore, I wcujld 'state"
also that that chamber, jeprpseptlng
the laigeu commercial jiftvileof
the Territory of Hawaii, Is, unques
tionably dominated by th'eArasior
ary element ,so, eloquently,, referred
to this morning, by Mr. Wqojley. In
other words, the ' conservative, so
called "missionary element" .lit Ha
waii dcmluate the chamber of com
mene. I do not th,lnk an j body Will
question 'that statement. 'A
I want to.suy, both for myself unit
for these two commercial bodies,
thut we do not epter this, dlTOIon
on the duestton of whether or) not
prohibition should be established In
tint Tenltnry of Hawaii. I am In
rocclpt of n lel;er fiom the presl
dent of the Merchants' Association
Hiti Iflcatly staling that that ''a.'wtther restriction by Territorial action
elation never has taken, andi doss prefernble It feasible, though doubt
not wish to take, nnj attltudo either till as to Its feasibility, and reallz-
for or ng.ilnst iirnhlljltlon, not, be-
cause the Individual members do, not
i cause the Indlvl
have their own, vlows, but , because,
'they do not fool that, as an oigap-
aasMMMMBaravaj(iHavasaa aai i
na 'ii ii
flg&V "" ",
Bl jatm tk awv
rgaga Ta vv.
MMMsW Mr of the.rapU,:
s sMM of Mte ity. Tk objeit'Of
tkt Mptava.t4rt0'iack!a basis
f ilMliiTlitUarwkieh the strike
i,;ai i stnaf Milwaf tsialaet saay'be'
y. 4 S m .
. ... (lisiklVaU.a. OaWe
lsttat'Wss Jmm weami.fwp mtv
'" nifi.ii minj.iwenBu inn
cO.JmII. the jtepukaktu7insirf3Bs
for tasit iatlhodt atraintt the policy'
V 1 A j
CHICAGO. Mar. 15 The threat:"
kned strike of the railway :flreien
hat probably -been averted through
'the unon men accepting; mediation
at provided under the Erdman Act
Thr -qbt for mediation was made,
by tip .railroads.
liatjon, It la '.heir function. Tho
same attitude, I understand, Is gov-,
ernlng In the case of the chamber
The men composing those bodies
have their own d'tlnct views on
this subject. A very" large part of
them are temperance men, distinct
ly so;,but their action on this ques
tion has been taken purely on the
basis qf the fact that certain powers
of self-government have been given
to the. Territory, and that they very
strongly deprecate any Infringement
ot those powers; such as are neces
sarily Involved In the pending bill.
I would Mike nt Oils point to plate
In the record Cablegrams from Gov
ernor Frear, from the two commer
cial bodies, and from the Bar Asso
ciation ,of Hawaii.
The "ctialrman. Will you read
Senator Piles. Read them, or
state the substance of them.
Mr. McClellan. They are not
very long. Perhaps It might be well
to 'read them.' I would state, njt.
that i the cablegram from the Gov
ernor sets forth, I thlnn, his post
lion as standing apparently in this
"Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1910.
"Hon. J, Kalnnlnnaole. Washington)
"Prohibition sentiment growing
here, but muny oppose Federal leg
islation elthei because they fear It
may prove entering wedge for fur
ther Federal legislation Inimical to
local government or because they be
lieve development ot self-government
question should be fought out
locally. I think prohibition or fur-
Ing practical advantages of Federal
lexlslatlon because Immedlata and
more effective. The possibility ot
(Continued on Page 3.)
1 uiKF nFMin . nr
It! TmIi I a Uljlililli UM
Mare. She Fully .Under
stood The Trust i ,
IHMPflMTS ACTEJ ,,
Cisflswrn, W. 0, Smith and Uukaki
. nluka ormal Answer to GMrgM
"c!ViremeaUtri Will Hot
, Bartmoyr Estate.. (
- Mi ' ' 1 "
Tbjre are no vlattile evidences of
4 compromise InMhft Answer; that
was fled' this morning by the trus-'!
ties tif the.eetatrof Lilluokalanl In
liaswer to her iwtltloa for a'rovoca
.Jtlon'ifjthe trust deeatwliicS waa re-
.ordtd In -December, 190
lTkV hvee 'itroMeei A. B. . Cleg-
horn W.' a- BrhlMi and C. P. ikukea
declare emphatically that; the
queen wi ' fully -ailvlsed as' to the
eaal force arid" effect' ot the, ttpcii- rjfwj
,i'f whrfekVas drawn up.WaifyfilN
wan-orily. appended to f the decttewat ml
(brooch a mlsrenresenutlen ot. He ' 5
actual provisions by,h,rr"wJnn'dehini
ind trusted adviser, C. F. ladled.
A. 8. Humphreys figures t with
prominence In 'the events" that led
to the Queen signing away her es
tate Under the form ot an( Irrevoca
ble trust deed, without. a. clauee pro-
rrldlog. for Its revocation If she so
nesireii. - r
It Is stated that Lilluokalanl went
to the offices of Humphreys on No
vember 20. 1909, and consulted him
In regard lo the disposition pi her
property. According to Humphreys
she expressed herself aa being Desir
ous ot having a deed of trust drawn,
up that wutlld be Irrevocable.
On the following day, Jt Is stated,
mother Interview occurred between
the Queen, A. S. Humphreys and W.
O. Smith, at which the full slgnln
cance of n deed of trust wM ex
plained to her and she was inform
ed that It amounted to a testamen
tary disposition ot her property.
It Is also stated tnat'she was ad
vised that It would be desirable to
have a clause Inserted similar to
that In the Charles R. Bishop Heed
of trust, in which the right was re
served to substitute beneficiaries
with the consent 'of the trustees,!,
The answer states tha,t W.j O.
Smith was substituted as Mrastee
for J. D. Alomku when Humpljrs;a
doubted the wisdom of the Queen's
(Continued on Pafe tl
MIXER AT WORK
, , a-
Pacific Engineering Co.
Pushing Work On lW"
- ,1 !( It'
The plant for he Paclqc, Bugln-,
eerlng Co., Ltd., which etrlyed re
cently, 'Is now In operation. , This
plant will supply alii the colcrete to
be used In the construction of, the
new ICO.opo warehouse fo'r'the Ha
waiian Fertilizer Company. Work on
this warehouse Is progressing at ;a
rapid rate. .
Hock Is being elevated thirty-tour
feet, and after being autpmatlcally
measured Is dumped Intoithe mixer.
This mixer Is the largest, 'ever Im
ported Into the Territory, and la the
lutgest built by tho makers', The
plant now In operation has been tu-i
stalled solely for the purpose ot
making concrete, vthfch Is being
made from coral and rock sand.
The capacity of thls'r)laBt'ir-25U
yards of concrete peivdssrflef' tight ..
hours. All labOr employedlils ,clUn ' J
tuonunuea on race IV,,,, v
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