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tor 81 n Frn tico:
i Nippon M.iru Mnr.
Mnltnl . . i Apr.
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4571.
Federal Judge Robertson Yokes
Strong Criticism In On Tai
United States Judge Knberlsuii
liml home rattier pointed comments
to tunica u'u (irniiil Jury pioccduro I'l ,
n decision hnuiU'il down tills morn
ing In tlo ciifo of Cnrl On Tnl, who
rlnliiicit Unit ha had been i oiujiel 10.1
to glvo evidence against hlmec'f at'
u flrund Jury Investigation In con
ncctlnu with the purchase of pioii-,
erty of this United States Govern ;
On Tul's attorneys. Miigoon tc
Weaver, moved to qmihli thu lndlet
munt of On Tnl, on the ground that
ha hml been actually tcstlfylus
against himself. Whllo denying thu
iiiolion, Judge Hobcitsoif liml tlio
following to nay on the inoi Its of
tlie'-contentiyii made" hy tho hccusmiiI
"I ilo not hesitate to express m
disapproval of tho cnlllnpr of tho do
reiuluiit In tills enso hefoio the
(iraiul Jury under the circumstances
MAUNA Ih nOLS
Passengers On The Hilo
Liner Will Be Soon
"Simply as a piee.iutlnn.iry incisure
wu placed the Inter lB.aud bleatn Navl
K.itlou steam!- Jlaiuia Kuaffiom 1 1 lie.
iui.lt i- qiMiniitluo this nionilni:" do
cl.iio.l Dr. Itiiiuus, In chamu of the
Uiil.i'd BtatcH iiuaraiitluo m.',!co o'
thu Tenltoiy of Hawaii'. i
Tho Htcnuicr Jlaiuia Kca anled
fiom ll.ivvall and Maul poitu at an e.u
ly hour this inoinliiK. Tho vusstl le
ni.ilncd'ort the haibar in wjiiM h lln
ur coPiIiik from a foielKii poit, and he
failure to come alout; side the Inter
Island uhnif caused all sorts of nun
uis and stories to ell dilate.
From her foieuiast Hew thu yollow
IIiik of (iiiarantliio and shortly aftei
rou-n o'clock Kever.il niedlenl olHcui'
conncjeted with tho Kedoral bervlcu
paid h slt lo tho vefsel and thu Man
!ia Koa raised her mud hooUs and
.steamed Inside tho linihor only to Ki'
aloiiK side the Quarantine wharf.
Tho Manila Kea comes fionl nn In
fected llt. Theiefoio bhe has been
iiideied Int'i aunmntlno. Tho vessel
will imdeiRo n general funilK.itlon and
ikcokIIpk to Hr. Itanius, will he 10
leased some tlnio tonionow niornliiK
V!.rro was not a Kieat delay In tin
landlns of the eahlu and deck passen
m'M this mmiilns the nu'bt of them
IiuIiik aslioio about nine o'clock.
S.ivo Iho iletuntlon pendliiK a mcill
eal examination, tho (list cUos p.isftPn
tivm to tho numljer of eUhty or more
oim not Bieath liiconvcnleiiced, Thoy
eio taken ai-lioro In ships' hoats nnd
launches together with their Iku'Wc
nnd landed at the Kort street wharf:
,Thu ptceraKO or deck passenger?
were nil p'ornitted to Jinrt ut the Bime
.tlnio hut In their c.ise. their Iuikrhri1
and peitoiml vffcctn havo boon lield
lor fiinilmitlnii. This work Is now
li-lli(! ntteuded to, at 'the fumlKatlon
pl'int on (uarlntlne whaif.
The funilBiltlou of tho hhlp will lie
completed today. Tho Manna Ken
'will bo allowed tn no nlmm side hei
" leitul'ir wlinif but It Is stipulated that
'alio will have lo piovlde tat Kiiard--
fur all linen and hawseis which sene
'in bind her to the wlutif.
The Manna Kea has not bc3ti fitml-
V(;alc for n ninnher or lvonths 'ptst
Allio woikls tnld will lint Inttnfero wllh
v'Iier ilopnitliiB for Illlo and ihiiIh on
H'KUlar schediilo next Tuesday nuon,
UICEIIU Jul y
hh wii. It In difficult to understand
why. after the Oiainl Jury w.n
reiU) lo vote into bllt ngulnsi
lili i, h was suutniniicd i'l nil, hut,
Iiiwhii; been s"ril toi, tho fait tlri'
I 1 1. toudiict was being luvesiljr-.te-l
should have hcen churl) explained
to him anil, to havo neen nbsoliiei
fair, an opnmtunlty slmult li.ivo
been given him to lomult with coun
sel, even though lw waj not enti
tled to the assistance of counsel art
he would he If on tiial. Hut In view
of the fact thnt ho had a gnneiul
Idea of lac jc'jjoet of Investigation.
iIpiIvpiI fiom the sut rounding cir
cumstances, and must havo known
Hint he was at least under sotuo bits-pl-lmi.
In connection with the al
leged pin chare of clothing and tunt
he w:-.b, as he ailiultH, fully ndWsod
of Ills ilghr to rrfuso to anuwer ipie
tlul'H, Jt can hardly he said that he
was compelled lo give evldenc
in m. e. imm
Hughes To Lay
Corner Stone Of New
At the Methodist confcienco be
lli!; held In this city, lilt-hop IMwIn
II. Ilughus lerelvcd a table from
lllshop Smith this mornliif; author
lzlnt; him to oidnln us niliilalera of
the Methodist episcopal chill ell the
following: riank l l.ee and It, S
(limit, both or this city. lllshou
Siulth-ls presldliiK over tho South
Kansas conference, which Is now In
At the busluei.3 session this morn
liiB n letter was lead HbMng Hint a
special time he fixed to hold a dli
ti let convention itt the next annual
meeting of tho inUsIon, Tho letter
Is as follows: Your committee.!
on Sunday schools and I'pwotth
Leagues ale pleated to statu tnat
last year we had thirty-eight Sun
day schools In active operation, ut
tended by 1207. Wo now hae forty
Sunday schools attended by 1127
"Our Kpworth l.encuos ate all In
good condition and doing valuable
service for thu joung people of out
f!iuU'hc. Wu now hao twenty
chapters, with 188 active menibeis.
"Wo recommend that a dlstilct
Upworth League be organled, with
a president, cecietary and tieasuior,
hofmo tho final adjoin iiinont of thl'i
annual meeting, and that a special
time he Ilxcd to hold a dlstilrt con
vention at tho next annual meotlng
of the miiulon. (Signed) Kvu Uob-
orlB Jones, Chi V. Hong, C. Naka
I'liim tlin statistical repoits which
woio then tend it was asceitalncd
that the total number of baptism
Inst jfcar were 238; total numboi of
membeis, 14 til; total number of
chutchea, 25; total value of same
filJ.GSO; total liutnber of parson
ages, (!, lo tho nluo o $1200; totoi
number of Sunday hchuols, 12; tutu'
number of tchotais, iri2U; total
number of minion btntlons, 71; to
tal number or oinngellsts an 1 pas
Tomoriow looming ut fi:30 o'clock
theiii will bo a Biiuilse prer iupoi
Ing on Piinthhowi, coniliiclml hj
I lolm M. Maitln. At d:iri a. m.
theie will bo n union Sunda) school
rally; at 11 a. ui u' sermon by
10 PAOEC HONOLULU, TXEKIT3P.Y OF HAWAII, SATURDAY,
g m e
VA3HIHCT0H. I). C. Mar. 13.
Ai.tid scenes of the wildest disorder, '
the InsuvRuit Bepnblicans today wo;i
(heir fi?ht for the r;ornni2Stion ti
the Hulei Committee oi the Hoass.
Speaker Caniton and the EcRuiar
Kepublicaiu were defeated bv u d- j
cisive vote, but when the Sneaker I
tendered his resignation to tlis
House, an overwhelming vote in his
favor was the result. . I
iso. in years have the scenes of
the last fortv-eiRiit hours been du
nlicatcd in the House. It has beon
a battle royal of the keenest parlia
mentary and political masters of the
country. The Ralcriles of the Houfe
havebcen crowded da" and niRht,
with still other crowds scekjr.tr ad
The contest of the filibuster; con
tinued till well along in the ddv.
Finally it was found that a post
ponement of the vote could not brint;
any advantage, and the question was
put on the Horris resolution. This
resolution limits the Rules Commit
tee of the House to ten members and
eliminates the S"cakcr.
The vote stood 101 for the reso
lution and 155 asainst. Thirty-five
Hepublicaits voted solidly with the
Democrats, who stood as a unit fiom
When it was aarent that the
Insurent3 had carried the dav, pan
demonium broke 16ose. There was
cheer after cheer from the combined
forces of the onposition to Cannon,
and counter demonstrations from the
Ai roon as order wa3 restored,
Speaker Cannon announced that he
would entertain a motion to accent
his resignation as Speaker of the
Congressman Burleson of Texas
immediately introduced a resolution
declazinp; the office of Speaker to be
vacant. The Sneaker nut the motion
and it was decisively defeated, al
though there were nine Republicans
who voted aeainst the Speaker anl
th; Democrats cast a olid party
vcte for the tesolve.
SAN FRANCISCO. Mar. 10. Ed
ward J. LcBrcton died here today
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 10.
Beets: 68 analysis, 14s, S3-4d.;
paritv. 5.09c. Previous quotation,
Hut a divorce usually costs loss thin
n suit for hi each of prnmlto.
IASSK.(li:ilS miivlng on the Man
nn Kea repoit that the luter-Island
stennicr Iwahuil was nlioro at Ka
w.ilhiio. She rau on a sand bank while
trying to inaneiuer (ns' a schooner
thnt was discharging and waa juillo.l
oh Bhoitlv atlcr bv the Heleno. No
ilniniigo was iloiio to tho steamer's
tt t: :: it :: tt :: :: :: :: ti :: tt :: tt
lllshou-'iMwtn ii HugliPH, n. I)., fed
lowed b Ihe nrdliiniloii seivlro. A
3:30 p. m, lllbhop Hughes will lav
tho contor slonn of Iho new I'lrsl
Matliodlst Episcopal church, cornpr
of lloiet-inlu and VI inrln stipptp.
and will delixpr an nddicss. At
fi-30 p. in.. Itev. O. II. Mln will enii.
dupt dip Kpworth League tcrvlre,
and nt 7;110 ji.' m. thoro will bo n
sermon by tho Hev. .1. W. Wndmait
nnd lending of nppoIutmoutH.
f s i e r. r n n
RPR3 rS JIJS.B '
Vmu Km I P
Wll! SJOiiib ;
v7KV, a' :.Xk&. , x ten 4j 5 .i -
.-?.- : "sf y a,', 's,- i u,i
-'; fe. wilf!'V& il 1 :
. w5 cws" v&Isf 7 hii
H13 DESK fc aL
IfrK'OHT-yy HINtCnXtT. jj
ACH! SITS BE
, D1DNT TBREATEN
Home Rulers .Are Get
tlnii 0ii.;-Th1rvrr "
"I don't, iinderstand what the
newspaper men arc talking about
hip. 'lhe seem to lie wilting cer
tain mutters to suit themsehes, and
upglect to mention about malltv.
This Is utii Hi ulnt ly tnto of matte.
The nbo.'e Is what W. C. Arhl said
this morning when Intel viewed
about his so-inllcd tlucatii, dliprted
against the biipcrvlnnV, legaidlug
tho (lie limits which weie iIIm-iimocI
nt the meeting of the Uoanl of Su
privlMira a few nights ago.
"The lepoilers accuted me wl.H
hnving thieateueil the supervlmrs
unless they vote down the oidlnanie
ipgnrdlnj' the tire limits. All Hits
talk Is not true. I simply uppe.upil
theie on behalf of my clients and
pxpltilui-d tn tho lioanl the clrcum
tiinipii In the matter.
"I pointed out to them Hint Ha
waii Is a ippipseutnthu gowruuiutif.
and as such It Is proper that the
mi pen Ioi s should Hist .amerliiln
from the piopeily-owners whet lie,'
they are In favor of the nxtonsloii
or llio limits covpilng their piop
erty. This stateniout was never
mentioned In the utiwspapcis.
"As to the abseniu of the super.
lfois from tho meeting last ulghi.
It Is ildleuloiis for the iiublie
thiough the njlsstiiteuipiit of the
newspapers, to'bellevu that I would
have such an IiiIIucucr as to scare
the majority of Ihe supervUois Into
keeping them nv.'ay from the meat
lug. "I neer met Ahln and Aluttes
teulay. I met Kane, but our tall:
was limited to a nutter 'which luu
nothing to do with tho die limit or
dinance. "As for Cox, why, it Is wrong for
the public to think that I would In
llueiue him to do as I want. Talk
about Ajlctl, he Is an Independent
man. Ilo Is a man of good Judg
ment, nnd liny IiiIIiipiiki I lulgh'
havo over him with a low lo win
ning hint to my bide Is out of ijuei:
lion, "It seems to mo It Is better for
all eomeriied lo leavo mo alone, be
cause 1 am not aiming for any of
fice. Of comae, as a litlrou, I havo
n perfect light In eveielBo my pie
rogatlves. 1 will apt when I am
Abked whether ho would support
the Hepubllcaii slate which was pub
lished this mottling. Aclil slmpl
laughed and lemalued mule, us
much as to biiv he has plans of hi
John Lane, when interviewed this
'oienoon. hud un statement to make
'or or aanlnsl Iho published ticket.
He Is sawing wood and watching de
Homo Rulers on Hawaii, Workini.
Acroidlug to I). Kalaunknl.ini Br,
vice-president of the Home Hill"
party, thu Homo Itulcig on Hawaii
y .. r
News Its BesCSSirculation Promoter
MA .1011 IS. 1310. 10,2a8es,
T0KI0. Japan. Mar. 19. The trov-
crr.ment issued a statement today
that Jatan has no intention cf tiro
p03ins an at;rcement with America
for the domination oi the Orient, for
the assurance of the open-door pol
icy in China. The officials state that
any such action is unnecessary.
READY FOR WORK
Will Try Criminal Cases
In The Circuit
.ludgo I (cm y 12. Cooper the succes
sor to Judge Ho Holt on tho Clicult
bench, will handle the rilmliuil calen
dar of tho tii cult Court.
Tho new Judge Was ut tho Jndlelniy
building this morning nud uft'-r a n n
feielipn wllh Judges Itobln-on and
Whitney It was ngreed that th,r was
no leason for ii chenge as f.u as
hanilllng the com I husluesr, was co.i
cerned nnd that Judge Cunptr is io
continue the work of the ciltnlini de
p.iitmciit that was in the hinds of
Judgo J)o Holt before his prnniotton
to the Supremo bench.
It Is not bullew d that there will b
nn change In tho clcilciil Man" of
Judgo Cooper's departmeiit. Job Hatch
elor continuing his diittis as clerk ami
C. A. K. Hoiikliis as assistant eleik
It Is expected that Judge Coopur will
bo swoin lu next week.
FOrtT OHAPTCn NOTCS.
I'llvnlo Mcrwur. Cunipiny (I. 20th
lufuntr) has been admitted to the pMt
hospltnl anil It Is expected that ho III
bo with his roiupulij for duty In a
Fhort tlniP. Private Meiwar Is the
post tailor nt I'ort Shnfler.
1'rlvato How.iu Troop I. 5th Clival
ly. Sergeant Kennedy. Tioop I). St It
Cavnliy, I'rlMito Allen, Troop SI, 5th
Cavalry, who have been In tho Foil
Shaffer hojpltal for some tlnio pint
hae been icported fit for duty imrt
wllll leluin to theli pioper station nt
l'llvite flrniit. Cniiiiiniiy II 2iUi In
fuuti hat, been uppnlnleil'nCtlii? cook
tn C'miii'in) H
it tt : t: :t t ji a tt tt t
nto pieparlng for war. The presl
daiiin or the precinct clubs nio lilow
Ing their ImritH, i:s n cull to anus.
Those on Mnul aro doing the same
Ihlutr. nml 11 Is expected shortly tlmt
tho Homo Huln ulnln will bo dUplaj
eii for criticism hy tho party,
tfii. ', -.li -4
Ten Days Grace
Ultimatum Is Agreed Upon By
Work Or Go Home .. ,
I The Itusbl 'lln w'll huM un .1 '.vs of
ginee nftiT their nit-.iK- f mil mnran
tllle iluuit Ihe middle of in xt to' 'ek
during which period tlnj wi I hae to
dcclilp whether tliP5 pr.'fei to ncreiit
woik In Hawaii or lw depaitod biek f llealih stiitvd this uiorulnB that tho '
to the lealnis of Iho C7.nr. llililherla hns prarlicallv cllsappareil
This has been decided np.iii by tho among tho Immigrants at Quarantine) I
membeis of the Hoard of Immigration Island and that ho oxpocts that they;"-)
nnd they havo concluded thai n tlefln- would be lajuly to udcaso about tho
lie attitude has to be mioiiuil in deal- nilllleof mat week Thoro Is no (Us
ing wIMi dig Immlsraiito. U the Hu lotltlin niun tile ti.ut or tho iiulhurl
slans want In go b. ck homo they will ties to hurry tin- lelcase of t!ie,lmmt-
be traiiti'oited to whence thpv mt ennfs from (luaruntlun and ilumo who
with the boi't of .feeling by th Turrl- show any lingering rlgns of tho dls
tori il (!u eminent. If they i-lre n will be he'd as long ns niay'lfo
ipinaln In Hawaii Ihev v,llt -ht'i t t i i slit neeeJaniv. '
accept woik and that within i!i . ten dm of grico will begin
dnv i-rWnd--- - " " - .--tncrfi'" fn m tKt-tf-ittrf their freedom
It Is stilt ih.1t this decision of the from iiir-mUu and It Is Iiohm1 Unit'
Tfriltoitnri'oard of Imtnlgrat'.on will tie li if nnmeel will bo sufficient to
be rlRhllt uiiiereil to and the ti'tini give th Cn s fnbjerts time for pro
tlo wll I. eirefull explained to the (liable .Vot'Di.
AT THE CAPITOL
Federal And Territory
Health Officials Have
Theie Is no occasion for nl.irtn on
the pirt of the pcoplu of Ofllui III eon
neetloii wltli the liealth conditions on
Hawaii, according to Iho statement of
President Motl-Smltli of the lioanl of
llen'ih this Morning. TIip sltuitlon Is
under Iho control pf the mithiirltlos
and Is not threatening
A conference was hold this mini
lug at the Capitol between President
Mod-Smith, Dr. Itanius or tho Marine
Hospital Servlco and Dr. Pratt. There
wai a general dl-cusslon nnd -It -tas
Mated at tho conclusion of the confer
elico that theio would bo no dllllcultj
In the health olllclals of the IVdetal
ami Terrlloihl gmernnient not king
together. Mem Smith staled that he
was mlnpinled In tho morning pap?i
In legnrd to the slntus of the Wilhel
nillin. The Pieeldent of lift) Hoaid or
"I lime nothing to do with whether
oi not thu "W'lllieluiln.i" lu going to
llllo will be put under iiuuanlluo lu
Sim Pi.inciKco. That lies etitliely
within thu Jurisdiction of tho United
States Mnilue Hospital Servlcu. Tho
local Hoard of Health tihviou-.ly Inn.
nothing to do wllh It I underHand
fiom Dr. Hnniiis that the "Wlhelinlnn"
Is going to Hllo and that Captain Mat
son has iivjiIp arrange ineiits snlUfap
lory to Dr. Ilatuus bv which the "Wll
helmlna" will ho given a clean hill of
health on lealng Illlo. which I turllinr
understand will allow the "Willicl
inlna's" entry Into San 1'ranelsco with
out ipiiiuntliip as far as the .Marino
Hospltnl Sen Ice Is concerned. Oar
Infoi ni.itlon fiein, galiutl throuRh the
pievs Is that San rrsniPlwro has (pin
nutliied ngulust Illlo. No olllclal no
tice has innio tn the Hoard of Health
of this ficl, If into. The proper placo
to whlth hiich Information woul I go
Is the I'ldoral service.
Dr. Rimus Vliws.
Dr. RamiiD' Views
"I t-eo no ipiisoii why the Mtttson
NmlgHtlOM iteamer Wllhelmlii'i should
be ouaiaulliiPd at San Kianciseo, pro
vlded Cnptnln .lohnsoii. nristor of the
psp and his o'llcpis olnervo the leg
olat1"'). ninl lealrlctlons that we will
bo obliged tn Impose during tho lime
that the Wllheluiliu remains nt Hllo
This statement c.imo from Dr. Hu
mus lu charge of the lVilorul ipnr
untitle service, this niornliiK, who had
(Continued on Tage 4)
Legitimate and constant circula
tion piomotion makes the B u 1 1 c
t i n first with the judicious adver
tiser, as it is with the readers, for its
price s cEirri
lninili i n in Hi' re will h. im basla
Ii r ailoyl'i i i,j ii( iiil-u'Ml-i'htiimllilgc
Ihit swill to Iihm- lieui mure in' loss
fiMum in coiia etliin with the bring
nif of tho Kiif .Inns to ihe Territory.
I'lPiK.eit Mi ii-Smiih of tho Uoanl
;Rodeik Buys tantalus,
Ryan Gels Town
The iru .tic's sale of tho I)rinr pro
pel t. which tooj; place nt ution todiy,
reallied $7200, tho purchasers bi,Ing
fieoigo Itodlt k and T. I- Itynti.
The flint property covering .in nrea
of I lS-luil aere-a which v,ls sold til
ltodlck for $U500. Ik sltuntod tin Tniiti
lus Heights It Includes henibca p.ut
l furnished. '
Tho second piece of pioper!', which
went to It an for M703 Uou Iho South
east corner of Qumi and Iticlinids
stierts. This also has on It buildings,
which are viilufibla and iieci-JS.i(lly
protltable to the purclmter, ThTpro-
purty has un area or iSfll sauiircjTfeet.
The sale was nithcr quiet, thpjrbe
lug very few blddeis. jm
Cecil lliunn, reprtsentllig thcSus
tees undo oxphinatlons us to thujvalu
at Ion of tho puipcrtj, hjfoio tho sale
was comniciieed , j
Among thoso pierunt wore Tiidgo
Wilder, Judgo Stanley, T. F, lty.in,
(ourKO Itodlok, l-'rauk Thoinpsotirho.s
.Mossinali, proprlotor Walters of""lliQ
Occidental Hotel. Win, Savldgoj 12d.
Telftro, Paul fluhlemlorf nnd a iiuiiiber
or thu real estato agents.
At tho ipiiupst cif alloiney Mghtfoot,
icpiCKeutliig K. Matsuuiotii, tho tnurt
gigto, the talu of ci-ilnlii pmporlylii
lendod to take placo today, was .post
poned until Saturday. April 0. A
"PETE" IS BETTER.
It will he heard wllh pleMsuro. that
Lester Pttile tho master nieclunlg, of
tho Olihu Hutlioid Co. Is much better
this morning and that ho has at, last
turned tho coiner toward e-ouyalcs-rencp.
Petrlp was Injured some eight dns
agn livi li-am which fell to tho grtiuud
and theii leb-iunded onto his head. )!ti
was taken to tlin (liieen'ti Hospital,
mid epi slut i- then he has been In a I
had wuv He did urn boom to bo do-!
lug well, and all his rrlends were; 'e.;ry
anxious about his condition. ""
Howpier. ho has at last t.ikgu a
turn for the better and fotn now, em,
should show much Improvement.
I "Pete" Is ouo of Honolulu's most i'opu-1
tai iiung men unit enerytmuy will ,uof
glad to ho.ir that he Is doing well
In n musicians' strike tho. wind
Btiunieiit plnyorH arc not IlkolfatoJ
como to blows. . . ' ' .?..
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