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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY; MARCH 10, 1910. 10 PAGES.
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IH ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4508
He Is In
Prepared To Handle 270,000 Tons Of
Hawaiian Sugars Now Shipped To
New York By A.-H. Line
"I am hero to lld on the trans
portation of the sugars Hawaii
Bends to Kttstern torta." Captain
This declaration niaile by the
head of the Mateim Navigation Com
pany thla morning tells the. whole '
story of the whys nnd wherefores
of the assembling In this city or the
leadois of tho transportation com
panies handling tho big freights ot
Mr. Dearborn speaks for the
Amorlc-in-Hawnllan Steamship Com
pany and Mr; Matson for the Mat
Bon Navigation Company, in which
Foveral ot the largest sugar ngoncles
of the Ten ltory 'hold stock.
The prize-to be won is the trant
portatlonjtq ff.etJ,Tflrk..lt somo two
hundred' antT'stevenrynye thousand
tons" ot sugar that the Sugar Fac
tors Company, Limited, controls.
The" cbn,trmct 'with the American
Hawaiian "company .runs out some
time this year, and Matson 'Is in
How Matson expects to handle
this )arge quantity of sugar he does
not say, but ho knows very wcll.that
In order to get the business he must
give nB good or better service than
the American Hawaiian Company.
Knowing this, he would not have
come down here with the determl
' nation to bid for the carrying con
tract it he did not have everything
Criminal Proceedings Face
An order was signed by United
.Btntes Judge Robertson UiIb morn
ing under which the twenty-three
Japanese poacher, who concluded
their twenty-four-hour Jail sentence
this morning, are to bo held as wit
nesses against Max Schlemmer in
The Federal Grand Jury has been
Investigating tho charges against
Schlemmer and It Is believed that
the Inquisitorial body will return a
true bill against the "King of Lay
nan" some time next week. ino
fact that the twenty-three achers
nre to be held as witnesses Is con
sidered as indicating that Schlem
mer faces a strong prosecution at
the hnnds ot tho Federal authorities,.
As long as the Japanese are held
as witnesses they will be paid- wit
ness fees at the rate ot "1.50 per
day, which Is probably materially
.bettor than they were doing while
poaching on Laysan Island,
Schlemmer's attorneys Thompson,
demons & Wilder this moinlng
filed a demurrer to the suit brought
by Dreckons for the recovery of II,
000 on the allegation that a Japa
nese named M. HOume wob brought
Jnto the country by Schlemmer as
a contract laborer.
Sydney F. Hoben, tho Australian
pianist who arrived here a fow weeks
ego, will make hlsflrst publlo appear
anco In Honolulu on, Saturday oven-,
lug. April. 2nd, giving his concert at
tho Young hotel ballroom. Mr. Hoben,
who was (trained at tho famous I.elpalc
Cnnservatorluni and has successfully
eonrortlsec) In Germany Knglaml and
other contains of nolo, will bo
aldod In getting up his concert by n
long list of well known society . patronesses.
CAPTAIN WILLIAM MATSON.
"right in his fist" to deliver.
Matson always looks where he
will land before he leaps, and If It
be pointed out'that the fleet of vos
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And Much Mail
Old Neptuno Is kicking up a consid
erable fuss In 'tho pathway of tho now
Mutson Navigation liner Wllhelmlna,
which' Is now steanrtng down from San
Francisco, Tho vessel should arrive
hero on Friday, nccordlng to tho pres
ent calculations ot her local agentn. A
wireless message from tho steamer re
ceived at Honolulu lant night stated
the vessel was 1024 miles off tho port
and had been meeting with strong
south winds and very heavy seas
since leaving the Golden Onto.
Tho vessel Is bringing o small car
go, there being about eleven hundred
tons. Including four automobiles.
Tho cabin passengers number eighty-eight
and six nro traveling in the
steorago. A shipment of mainland
mnll amounting to 237 sacks will ar
rive by tho steamer.
It has not been fully determined
whether tho Wllhelmlna will proceed
to Hllo on this voyage, Tho presence
of Infectious dlseaco on Hawaii may
chango tho plans which call for an ox
tension of tho trip to the Hawaii met
ropolis. BOY HURT
At 0:30 o'ejock yesterday afternoon
a boy nnmeil Manuel Quintal, who ro
Bides on Punchbowl street, was Injur
ed through somo lumber falling on
him. Ho was taken to tho Queen's
Hospital mid treated, , Tho Injuries
wero not considered very bad and tho
lad will bo soon all right again.
It appears that tho boy had H)90.n
playing baseball with n lot of other
lads und .as (he ball was hit over a
fence, ho went nftor It. Some otbor
boys wero sitting oi( ton of a pile of
lumber, nnd ns tho Inselnll playor
stooped to get the ball, somo of the
lumber fell onto his leg,
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PHILADELPIA IS SCENE
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PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 14 Five hun-
drcd arrests, tho shooting of tbieo
women, ono seriously, and Injury to
300 trolley cars, besides countless oth
er minor damages, was one day's rec
ord In tho great car strike. In' this city.
Tha violonco of lome of tho strlkors
and' the sympathizers with their ,causu
did not catch the police nnd 11 to de
parlmcnts unprepared, as trouble bf
twocn tho Philadelphia ltapl'd Trnnl
Company, which ('controls' ovcry, llnoi
In thb city, and its men had' been ex
pected, for' a month. Mayor DOyburn,
spondlhg many continuous hours at
Mo nffna In llto titv tinlt AnrifkrnA Ilia
Intention of nrogervlnc neacn at all
hazzards. The strlko was ordered by putting ln"tho field a rival-union knitwn tha association to take the plc of
C. O, Pratt, national president of tho as tho United Carmcnls nsanc!atlon In the ono made after the strike 'Of. last
Amalgamated Association of Street the hope of defeating tho cltftrtn being summer.. This agreement waB intend
and Electric Railway Employeos, .who . madobytlio Ainalgama'ted for bettered , to explro Juno 1, The m.cnrj&ke1
had been' hero conferring with the lq-. working conditions. This jyas' denied for' an Increase of wagos na,tll ,ro;
cal leaders for some time. Tho asso- by the company Which had been en- ognltlon of he association! 'V , ,
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AMSTERDAM. Mar. 16. Wreck
age washed aihore alone the coait
confirms the loss of the Dutch liner
Prins Wilhclm II. Fifty-two lives
were lost in the disaster.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 16.
Commissioners Knapo and Neill of
the Deoartment of Commerce. and
Labor left for ChicaRo today, where'
thev will renrcsent the Government
in the mediation ot the railway fire
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 16.
Argument; in- the suit of the Gov
ernment for the dissolution of the
Standard Oil Company were con
cluded today before the Supreme
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 16:
Indepedence for the Philippines is
asked in a petition presented to the
Senate today. It is signed by one
hundred prominent citizens.
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HIS SPEECH ON
Classes' Hawaii Above
For Sobriety V
In continuation of Secretary Mc
Clellan's speech "beforo the Sonata
committee, on'opposltlon to nnyinct
of Congress abridging the rights ot
solt-governmont granted' .to Hawaii
Iby' the Organic .Act, more especially
touching on the liquor question,' the
hearing proceeded us follows: I
Senator Piles. As I understand
it, these boards practically have tho
power to make those Islands prohi
bition territory by refusing to issue
a license at nil, It, in their judg
ment, to issue n license would bo
disadvantageous to the people of1 tho
Territory, nnd If they believe it Is
the will of tho people' of the- Tdrri
tory that thb license should no be
Issued. That Is tho way I under
stand It. Am I correct In that, ,Mr,
Mr. McClellan. I. think that. Is a
correct statement of the situation.
Senator Flotchcr. .Is .this a Htatu
Mr. McClellan. Thero Is n sepa
rate board for each' county, ' 1
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PHILADELPHIA, Mar. l-lM.H.h fnV ,h Pnv.nnen' nf water
strike of tha street-car men' kind
their sympithiren has crtaUinoh
a serious condition, in the .cltV'tnat
the usual mass on St. Fatriokf Ply
at the Catholic catneurai wiu toe',,. -rnviA with n ...lenrttd rowtir
Taft Goes i
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar,,18,
President Taft left the White,Houie
today for Chicago, where he; will
give an address. On his return' he
will stop at several cities in New
York and Connecticut.
NO LIQUOR SOLO.
go Pfotev of tho Honolulu
Oarage stated this morning that the
statement In the morning paper .In .con
nection with tho iniclt selling ofllquor
hy cliytlTours might be Interpreted as
meinln'J thai his carndo was luvolfod
In tho suspicious on the United States
nuthnrltlpM. This he states la not lh?
caso and ho says that ,thcr,o has been
no Molatlo.. of law by employees of
sr s"' . i ,
r-.'or Htnti trd on sale at
na bulletin ottlca.
Maklno Negoio, Tnsaka an,t Soga.
tho four leaders convicted of conspi
racy ag.tlnst the plantations and Inti
midations and threats ngalint their
follow countrymen who did not agrco
with them, were trken ln,tn rtistody
this morning by High Sheriff Hendry
upon mittimus 'and warrants Issued
out of tho Circuit Court.
The four men appeared nt thb Oahu
Jail when (heir Attornoy I.lebtfoot
was telephoned that tho warrapts.and
mlttlmii' hid bcome rji'r-tt- rn't ,
men would havo to mako a beginning
In their ten months' t,cntonco.'
They wero later turned over to tho
custody of Sheriff JnrrcU ther Hrtng
irlrotier of the City
and ooumyi tor
ilin onmilie, ten months. diiitln3 '.-s't-'rh
tlmo trtyvjwlli bave.onjuh.llottW'-l-v'ed nf by. the Territorial Supreme
onrortunlty of. reflecting cm' th"',"1 'c. fV i ln,.ltvoiinion ovorrnllne tqe ex
lltnli. In r-'(ihnrtlrm wtlli tha hlh-.eentlons taken liy Ltchtfiml ilurine
cr .wage uropfganiia or laat year;
Leading Factors In Project
For Development In
. ; California v .
1 dni' ct 'the. enterprises brought to
.the ultj to 'tnllsti -the .Buptiort ot;
Honolulu capita)1 has- been bought
outright' as, the' rosulV, of ,the irecent
trip to Sari Fr.nntlsco' of J. 8. ;Mc
Candless .arid C. O., Hockus. ,
nThe moving ;splrlts ot the propo
sition are? John A'. McCandless,
James B. 'McCandless, L. L. McCand-
less and O. o. ilockui. wun' mem
pre fitoclatetl mthora,' who' .consti
tute" the hul that hits bought' seven-
it '-two and one-half-per cent." of . the
Sierra Nevada Development Com
pany, ail Arizona .corporation' with
Its principal place of business In
The holdings of this' company
comprise over eleven thousand acres
jot land n Placer County) California,
together with eighteen miles ot
,i,,t, i. .v,,.ntn,i ,i.vi nni
esd thau 40,ooo.hornepower. the fall
at thfl ..... ,of the di.ch 'bolnir ,350
tee( T uroporty of the cdmpany
lot sugar plrio and other- valuable
trees, which timber, together with
fourteen7 and, a half miles otan o'd
itnworked river channel, Is i also In
cuded in the deal of the local peo
ple. The ditch has been cleaned
out to Its full capacity for a dis
tanco of nine miles, and work Is
'now In progress on a largo tunnel
which ( Will bottom the old blue
gravel, channel of the neocono pe
riod, This tunnel Is now In a dis
tance, of'one hundred and .sixty-two
feet, n)l tho work at the present
time being done by hand drilling, A
complete plant bf compressor ma
chinery now lies fifteen miles away,
from the property, covered with
about seven Xect ot snawj In,, the
early sprliig this outfit of modern
drilling apparatus will be Installed
nt the mouth ,of the tunnel, and
ntilrk nrneresH will then lie made In
the slate' formation to reach the bot-
torn of tho old channel.
The reqent trip of James S, Mc -
Candless and C. O. llockus to the)
Coast was for the purpose of offer-
lncr the' hntdera nf the stock of the
company a certain lump sum in cash
for a nmor,(y of hodnggf
This offers was ncccpted and. the ac-
compUbed,deal marks' one .of the
moat lmiinrtnni InvpatniRiita nf local
Attorney I.lghtfoot was making pro
pagations this morning for tho flllng
nf n petlllon nf n writ' of habets cor-'
pus in the1 United States District
Court asking for the liberation of the
four convicted men on the ground that
their constitutional rights had been.
violated In allowing tho trial of tho'
Japanero to proceed beforo eleven Jur
nm. This Is the' only legal recourso'
that rentMns in tho hands of the attor
neys for the' tanej being debarred
from n direct appo.il to. tho United
Stntea Kupictnc Court borause tho ap- -peal
from !ic Cltcult Coart ot tho
Territory was tiken on a bill of ox-'
rent'o'ns nnd not uprfn i wlt, of rror.'
Tho only way that tlie care can bo
hmunht Into tho Federal ground Is. on
ttn ronst'iMMimni grouni wnicn .was
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inn conrrc.ui.iug circuit uuri jinai.T". JkjLj
Conditions Among The
Immigrants Show -Improvement
Hes'ldes the First Hospital Corpt
Which Js n 'charge ot 8ergeant
uarry, nv wuaranime isiana, torn i ,,
nanv V Is also stationed there. .'''
:aretAkcrs ot the Russians. Sor
geaht Hopklhr1 la' In iharge'of.Com
puny F. and he nnd Sergeant
are working under direct vf(,r?.
n-i ,. Iu . '' vca
The-'N." d.i H -men rSli6Mrt;S
after the welfaro of the .Russian .u
and' also watching for vlldor
among the Immigrants. Three 'men
are at, present under arrest, ana on
ot them, a chlld-beater, gave some
trouble before he was taken to the,;
guardhouse: He Is described as ;
big; surly giant,. " ' Si
Another llusslan named Blotwiau
ls in custody on a charge of' wife? '
beating. He. too. la considered to
bo n 'troublemaker, and It Is thougaV,
better for everybody that he-be lock
ed up. The third .Russian prisoner.
Is a man who was gathered in by
some f the waterfront pollce otA
the city and sent over to .Quarantine
island. , " . '
The Russlnns are , moreN, settled; '
nowthan they wero at first,-and the
soldiers have Mttle 'to do except
watch out for any sickness and" In
sist on the quarters being kept
clean. Colonel Jones is oyer' on the.
uiana louay, ana ne is maning nri
porsonnl Inspection of things InT
This morning ninety of the Rui
slaris were released from the corral;),
but, nght .were detained', as they bad
been Segregated from the rest, The
firt. lot ot Immigrants will be treO ,
to gd whore they please In a short
time. AiMther lot will have' to re-k
main Be.ven days more, from today,'
before the; can be released from
An ; Indictment was returned by ;
tho Territorial Orand Jury thlaA''
moriilng against Kim l'oo Sung, .
Chinese, who Is charged with comrS
flitting an assault and battery on;
," August ucrnng, ni waipanu.
Dr. Pratt, chief sanitary officer or'
the Hoard of Health, left for Hllo'-
Hila mnrnln in mnnu.Hnn wttti!
emergency sanitary work on Ha-t'u
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capital in a f orel gn' enterprise' thatSlK
Honolulu ha a Been for veai-fl.-.'
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