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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITOEY OP HAWAII, MONDAY. MARCH 21, 1910,
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CHICAGO, Kar. 21. New indict
ments against tin National Packing
Company for violation of the anti
trust law were brought in by ths
Federal Grand Jury today. The in
dictments' include all the subsidiary
companies of the packets' trust, the
A:mour. Swift a.id Mortis comnamc.
bcinc thereby brojrjbt into the cass
Co.'ncidcnt with the indictment,
action has begun to dissolve the Ila
ticral Packing Company on account
of its rlleged operation in violation
cf the low.
ROME. Italy. Mar. 21. The Ital
ir.n Cabinet resigned today, as it
fores'.ej the. defeat of the .govern-
merit's 'measure for a subsidy of the
Maru Conies and
Goes With New
With the arrival of tlio Tojo Klsen
Kalshn llnor Nippon Mam fiom tlio
Orient yesterday aftoinoon was
le.trnud tlio deserved promotion which
Iuh bocn ai coulud Chief Oitlcer II. 8.
Siiiilti. wliti inimorlywaB coumctol
with llio llnor Amorloa Maru which
vootul has beou making voyages be
tw ten Hongkong, Japan ports anil
South und Cuiitral Ainuilc.i u the way
It's Captnln Smith now. Tlio poih
tilur chief ofllcor uf tlio America, was
iKinafuux'il to tlio Nippon ns com
tm tulur upon the arrhal of tlio San
I'lanclfco boat at Yokohnma.
Captain A, O. Stovona, tlio former
commander of tlio Nippon Maru, la
talcl will remain In tlics Kiir Bast for
tlio tlnig beiiiR. It Id iiinmrcd that!
8teeiiB may bo Riven tiio command
(if ono of the larger Too Klsen Knl
ilia liners within a shqit time, .
Flvo hundred tons of Oriental
f. eight was left at Honolulu by tho
Nippon Maru, which departed for San
FianclBCO at noon today. Tho vessel
hioiight n half dozen saloon passeu-
gois. Tho through Met was
The first six days out from Yoko-
und dukgrSo.' "Tho rtiunch N'tl VX """r t0 ,he
...( . ,ir,.i..i..i . i,.....i. .i. ,,.... idieiB at i-eiienin,
iZ. ?, , r . V. ii,h,. "..Z.
in'tl'ip. The vo3Bel'B machinery, how
over has been giving considerable
trouble during tho present ojago nnd
ono engine will receive repilis before
leaving the coast for tho East.
In tho specie tanks of tho steamer
nenily sixty thousnud Mcvlcan dollars
uro belnk taken to San Francisco for
Two Japanese mall agents ara mak
ing their Initial trip by the Nippon
Maru. Tho have to do with tho sort
ing of the United States mull carried
In transit by ths vessel. It Is under
btood that tho
nther liiipm in thn t
mi alo carry the rol:
K. K. pervlce w
lescntatlves or the imperial Junancse
Ml. ll(l ...la. . 11111-1 u;i I iiiiuvil Uiu
vn Ininwn tianivln nf lia ri.nnil Inn
Northwest. Mr. Bullen Is connected I
with the marine department of Hum'
fimnillnn Pnelflp tlnlluiiv Tim llnl.
fenTvvil? remall,0 ovo" nt Hon'olulu"1"
AjOholla Is an engineer connected '" ,"'S (V ,' "
with tho Hankow Poking Itallrond and ?, " sun ,7 1 ?.L
Ik lllllklllff i. I.lllnp I, In In Rnrnra .l"" "-50 " 2 00 l"'r
Ik making a buflneHt tilp to Europe
roollsh people often go out of the
wiy t niiet the Inevitable. Chicago
'sssssisssssk SA ' mB&Bd
"King JIa" Srhlemmrr, l.ito of I.i)
sun Island, wns brought Into the Judicial)-
bull ling this morn'ns as pris
oner n bench wan .ml having ben
Issued for his atrest by Unltol State
Judge Itobcrtton on an Imllctinont re
turned agjlnrt Schlemmor by tho Fed
eral Oiand Jury, Sthleninu-r Is In
dicted upon three counts on n chargT
of violation of the United Stitcs lm-
Men Charged With Dispensing Whiskey
At Leilehua Before United States
A hearing was held this morning 1
afnvn llnttiiil U tn In f'ltnmluclnnni I
a very!judd In the cases tit Whtto und Wil
son the two Urn u Hours who are under
arrest by tho federal authorities
bile's case wno concluded nnd ho
was committed to til it In tho Unite 1
States District Court with bonJs lUed
nt $5,000 which were furnished. WII
ton's case was not ennuiuded nnd ho
will have a further hearing before, tho
United States Commissioner.
A number of soldiers of tho I'lfth
Cavalry were called as wltnoses by
United States District Attorney Ilrec
kuns this morning nnd they till testi
fied to puichaslng liquor nt I.ellehin
on January 10th last when they ro
celved their pay for tlio preceding
month. Ono of the tourers Identified
I wllll s tho chaiiffoiir from whom ho
ECQl,rc'1 b"ttl0 "f whlrt,r for $-"
mej "via ijiiuu iiiiuijiu in 1111:11111 lllu
mdniH of tho uMskny fiom tlio nil-
"if.LOT n" ,VfJW
"t..n ? '.'.rr.'"1' !il,V. d"'.ns.i '?
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1 ifuii. iiiu 11 inri-iini I nun iiinii iiinicil
I Uven If marrlago is n failure n
widow la nlwajs willing to tako an
migration laws the icei ration grow- pr0K,jnent citjzen9 have Ven n
liiS out of his bringing tho Japanrse v0vi.a i tlie Drcceedinw thus far
poacheis to I.hvsm Island; which li . 7. ,' r .2v..5 ":,? it i "P V-1. .&
'inrrlturv r il.n llnltnl riuMb
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ino twenty-uireo .lapanusa wno
wcro cipttucil by tho rcvenuo' cutter
Thetis while engaged In blid pouch
Ing nt I.ajsan uro hold an wltnesie
ngnlnet Schlommcr and will bo used
(Continued on l-age 4)
TO ANSWET TONIGHT
Supervisors Will-Act Ac
"Do ou think the flic limit ordin
ance, If pasbOd by the Hoard of Super
vltois tonight will ho upheld by tho
Supremo (Joint of tho Tonltory?"
Tho nbovo Interrogation, or vvordb
to that effect will bo propounded to
tho Comity Attorney tonight when
tho Supervisors will meet to discuss
the flio-llmit ordinandi, before Uh tin-
nl lending Tlio gathering of tho Conn.
iy miners lunmm win 110 uuiiHiia'iy
Interesting. The legal phase of tho
otdlmuico will be full) discussed
01 dor that tlio luomlims of the boarr
may underhand thoroughly nnd In
tolllgently, befmo thoy vote on tlio
While the pi ins of tho mombprs ro
gaidlng their action on the nrilnuiica
(Continued -on Page 2)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 21.
Complete "revolution of the mtthoJs
of doing business in the House of
(Representatives is pending as a re
sult cf the dawnfall of the tegular
Republicans through the passage of
the Norr.i resolution, r
It is now proposed to create a
Fous3 committee that shall be vest
ed with'the duty of a )Dointintr nil
committee, this committee to act in-tfe-'d
o' ihc Speaker, as is now ths
r .1". 'a ctmrnittcc is also to hsvc
t'tc'ictfcn over conference reports
ntd aT'ioniatior bills. ,
riTTSRCEG. la.. Mr. 21 A
treincndodt sensation Was sprung to
day in the gttJt pretention that Is
being corned on 6y the city attor
ney's office, whsu Former Council
nun ELin, whs has bees convicted
if grlit, laid larc the whole praft
ir.i, s.heir.e i.i its lelation-to the ft
nsi c:al iiutiut.oi.s f th: city.
I Klcn icvcalcl a situation that
snu.-.s ir.ere v. as wnciesaie brioery
of the city council by the banks of
the city competing for the privilege
and favor of being depositaries for
thfl PltV fnnd AlthnnwTi mum.
' umicipaiea u:ai me Jisi win
increase when all the facts
Klein's confession are developed.
STOCK ON MARKET
Tho slump they were all hoping
for, but no one can give a good rea
ton for, wns In evidence on the
Stock Exchange this morning. Quo
tations on nil the stocks shaded
down with tho ono exception of
lfutchliit.011, which held strong at
19 on a sesjlon sale.
Honolulu went through the curi
ous peiformaure of selling In u fifty
share lot on the hoard at 22.H75 and
then In ten and live-share lots nt
::.2r. Wnlnlua sold at 133, Oalm
nt :tT.T"i, Pioneer at 2.17, Olnn at
O.S7.ri. Mclirjde at 7. and Pnauhau
llllo Hallway common stock wns
very much In evidence at, 13j50.
About fifteen hundred shares sold nt
this figure, nnd tho bid remains the
same oil the stock sheet. These
sales jitesumubly tepreseut tho bo
nus of stuck that was given tlio
purchasers of llllo Hallway bonds
As is alwuvs the case, the activ
ity of tho maikct has Increased ns
the price decreases. There are al
ways Investors ready to take up tho
average stocks at' reduced prices.
The crowd Is, curiously enough,
waiting for a thungo In the prlca
of sugar. Whether'lt goes down or
up will mako little difference; they
vvnnt 11 Llinngo.
NEXT COUNT GIVEN
IN WEDNESDAY'S PAPER
Another count In tho II 11 1 1 o it
M tin's Voting Contest wl 1 bo tt
tt mado tomorrow evening. It was tt
tt tho Intention to postpone, tho next tt
.Si count until later In tho week, hut it
so many voles camn In today that it
It sei ms necosH.iry to innkn 1111 tt
it enrller count Tlmrisult of tho tt
it next count will be publlihe I Veil- tt
it ncsdny ovonliig Votes Intended ti
it for the count tomorrow should be Si
tt In tho II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n h illot box bo- ti
it fore 4 p. m St
tt'tt rf tt tt tt tt n st tt u tt st ss st ss
Raise Circuit .
(Special Bulletin CtbV)
WASHINGTON, March 21-Hawaii,s!
Governor will have a salary of $10,000
a year iiMhe recommendation of theJ
House Committee on .Territories is
allowed by Congress.
A favorable report was presented firm
the Committee on .Territories this fore
noon on the Senate bill to amend the
Orcanic Act of the Territory of Hawaii.
Under the bill as it goes to the House
the sale of public lands of the Territory
is prohibited except it be for homesteads
or house lotsA snd twenty-five app)ica-
tions makes it mandator y'for the public
lands to be opened for sale in any districc.
The House bill increases .truTsalary of
the Circuit Judges from $3,500 as passedl
by the Senate to $4,000, and places the!
salary of the Governor at $10,000. - '
The section of the Senate bill
dealing with the administration of
the public land folluvvs:
"Sec. H. Thnt section Reventy
time of said Act Is hereby amend
ed by kudl!g llieielo the following,
"No person shall hereifter bo en
titled to receive any icrtlllcnto of
occupation, right ot purchase lease,
Public Land Sale
Brings Totalof $10,490
Many Bidders Present During Auction
. By Commissioner Campbell at Noon
McCandless Has Protest
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works tin 1 CummUilonor of.
Public l.un Is bold a number of pieces
of public lands at auction nt noon to
day. 'ilio salo was rutlier Interesting,
theio being ninny lund dealers pic
gent, who did their bast to outbid each
other. Prominent among them wui
Link McCaudltBs tho Democratic can
didate for Delegate to Congress,
lieforo the salo was commenced Mc
Candless entered n protest against
the sale of some of thn lands. Ho,
chimed they wero not In accordance
with his suivey map which was pro
paied by n icllubio survejor. Cnmp
bell (mid no attention of the authority
The proiertles Hold lire principally
rgtlciilfmnl nnd pasture lamlsj They
1110 located In Koohui nnd other out
bldo districts. ,
Ko lowing Is the list of property to
gLthcr with the n imou of the purchas
es who wcro cither present them
telves or leprosented by their agents.
Lot 3a, Paiiiimlu lontalnlug an nrei
of 40 uircc. ninio or less, sold to J.
Commit for $1175.
Lot 5 Kea;io, containing an area of
.10 acres, sold to J. 15. Stewnrd for
Lot C, Konuo, containing nn area of
17 acioh sold lo A VOear for $805
Lot 7, Kenitu containing an aieu of
'0 'teres sold to R, J, Abrahamson or
Lot 8, Keaau, containing an area of
25 acres, sold to Mrs, C. A. Peterson
cash freehold ngrcotnqut, or special
Il...l...l(l1fl .. ... U.1 , .,ln na lnan
..win. o.u.,1. .'ft. vtiictii ..iiu ui nuur'J
I husband or wife shall previously
lino tnxcu or held any land under
nil) h certlllcale, leaso, or agrce
mfi hereafter made or Issued, or
11 r 1. any homestead leaso or pat
in Ubeil thereon j or who or whoso
("Continued on Page 4)
Lot 8 Kei'.au, containing nn nrei of
10 acres, sold to II A. Juen tM $dOJ
1 01 iu i.utiiuici, co.iiuiuing nn nrcu
or 12 04 iiciu sold to Mrs. L. St, John
(tilbeit lor $421.0, an I lot 17. ontaln
Ing nn niea'of 52 9G acres, sold to Mrs
John K. Notlty, K. J. Testa, bidding
Among thoro present woro Charles
Chiliiugiirorih, Link McCandless II. M
Kanlho, A V. (lent; K. J. Testa II A.
Jin 11, Jailor Asch, St, John (ill hurt
and several othcis
At the ch bo of tho sale M'cCundless
remniked that tho poor man has nci
bhow whatever to get laud, under tho
methods which are adopted b) tho gov
ernment, ON HOTEL STREET
Animal Dashes Into A
Yesterday morning nt nbout 11
o'clock, coma ioiiiiiotlon was caused
on Hotel stjeet by a runaway hack
SNSlLSBtma, Iowa, Mar. 21.
Fcrtv-iive passengers .were killed
outright here today nnd sixty more
were iriared.in a frightful wreck on
the Keck ltla:id read. Two express
trains heavily kden with passen
ccrs can e together with fearful ef
.ect. It is doubtful if the final list
of dead and dyintr will come within
the figures I given out at the begin
ning of the rcicue work.
t: HIASOISCO, IIarcl 21.
Ices: Sll aualvsis. 14s. SV2d.;
parity. 5.CSe. Previous quotation,
Ms. 6 3-d.
TOM pi FINED
for davis mm
Jlfec AndradC Gives
Decision In Auto
'I his morning nt the police court
Juij," Audr.ide gave lllu decision In
tlio Qulun-tijvls aiitomobllo case.
Qulim w.is fined $'() and costs, und
Ills atlornej, J. A. Mngoon, at onco
npiienleil tho case.
The Judge said that ho had had
considerable dl(llcult) In deciding
tho inse, as tho evidence of ono bldo
nbvoliitely (ontrndlUcd tho other,
However, to enablo himself to como
10 11 iltdsioii on the matter, tho
Judge lu his own mind put aside all
the uyldence for the prosecution and
(o..sidei(d tho circumstances sur
rounding the accident. The evi
dence showed thnt Lloyd, who vvus
coming along In a hack Just as
Uulnu's "Wtchluo approached, got
1 raily lo Jump, cut of the rig; he
certainly vv.is frightened nt somo
llilng. Ihen Gilbert nnd Hair ulso
buvv some cauke for excitement us
Quii.n's aiitomobllo came nlong;Da
vls, too, was probably scared, and
there was 110 doubt In tho Judge's
mind that tho real ciumu of Davis'
cur crashing Into Levj's window was
the commotion cauted by Qulnu'u
Taking nil the circumstances Into
toiiblderutliin, the judge found
Qiilnn guilty nnd lined him accord
ingly Whetliur the Qulim machine
hit the Davis car or not, tlio Judge
could noj tay. Ono of tho tires on
Qulun's car may hav struck aue'ot
I).ivls"nud thus forcei) his niachinu
tluough the window. On tho pther
liii.ift flio niitmiinlillna liinv lint hum
(ollldcd ut nil, hut the fnct remain-
In I.. ,t.n 1. .,!. ...tt.l... .l.'..f
.1, ii .iiu jui.U a ui,iiuii, .11111.
Qulim was the causo of tho accident.
Attoii.ey Light foot appeared for tho
prosecution, mid Clem Qutnn, with
Mngoon, conducted the defense.
u si :t st tt ti ss ss ss ts tt st a a tt
which, drawn by a maddened horse,
dashed past tho Mnunukcn street
lorner nnd finally crashed through ,
11 billiard ji.11 lor door nnd landed on
the pool, table. It being Sunday,
theio were no plovers of pool, and
the lioibe, after looking around the
place, enieigeii Juit as Police Ofll-
i.cr Arthur Kuliaavvlnul arrived on
tho scene. The otlkor grabbed the
animal and held him till the owner,
a Chinese, turi.'ed up
The hnck driver nt onijo agreed
to pay fui nil the dnnuigo done to
the Mill ti,I parlor, and tho Japanese
proprietor was peifectly sutlsfled to
let the matter go at that.
llio horso wns not much Injured. ,
A few scintches mil small cuts wero
ill the damage, done to tho steed. ;
There wire several narrow escapes jj
ns 1110 nurse crosscu inu suiewaiK,
but the people all managed to get
away In tlnio to ullovv the animal
the right of wily Into tho billiard
JlVa Jtt j. m
few. J of m.