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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1910X0 PAGES,
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M Air Ktr IJdliL
Change Is His
Land Amendment To Organic
Act Pleases Democratic
"Well, we got some amendments may walk Into the Land Commls-
In the net," said U I-, -McCandlcs1! sloner's office nnd forie him to put
this morning, uccompai.ie"dNlthiU ,li:" 'V"! "" l"" n""01. This '
... ,, ;atd very likely to strike at sugar plan
usual beaming smile. ,, ,a)n 1)rl)lierlJ.( ,ll(1 cw ,ellse,
"I think that amendment of. the r ,a Wh the condition thflt i
Organic Act hill rcqulrlnjclthttt pub- tlloy ,nnj. ll0 tnlie llt ony tine-for
lie lands shall he tluownAopen whii ,,imesfead purposes.
twenty-five applicants ca'll'fqj1 It, U A, i.ew Jr., In illsriis-liig the
ii part of air plan. Wo accomplish- nuumdmcnls, to llio Organic Act as
i'd something, though I am not sure cabled to the II it 1 1 e 1 1 n. said this i
the act In all it should be, and 1 morning: "The nmendment na an-
have an Idea theie will be further nonnred was not one or those tht.t lha
clin linen vet." hoard that I wan chairman of. s.une..
it i, ',,..,' ,,,.i ..u .. n,.i tlnii) ago resymmbnded. Wo. as a
It Is Hue that quite n radical ,)()iml ..J, ,, ,,. ,,
amendment has been made In th i ,, ,en ,, mapr W1M1, ,, , ,,, ,
land section of the Organic Act bill Gvornor and ho' added more. A spc-,
us u n rcpuneu io me huum; uicuti session or tne legislature men
Representatives yesterday from the made more amendments, nnd the bill
Committee on Territories. This It now stands " would hardly be
mandatory feature for opening up known.
the public lands will be a radical "' C'""!!',I ?y w,""..",e amt;n,ll,'""t
ilen irtiire from the ancient methods "'?"1H tm ' lie,lr further particulars,
ilep.irtute rrom the iiiiLlent methods f 10 clallsP 8tntlnK ,hnt any twenty-
of procedure In tho local land office, flV)1 moI1 C!m (enlHn,, mt any anrt
uud In the esteem of some will b0 thrown nueii for site In any ill,
throw, the. door, wtde open, foe gob- ulct It -might happen that thw rc
blll:g "iil)'uirtKe""irubllc lands of uio quired number of pcop'e would do
Tarrlinrv . . maiid that thi block known hh Ifono.
' The Hit lie tin's brief dlsnateh
, me uunoiins oritt aispaicn
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Is anticipated, tWcntyflvo applicant
who covet any good piece of land
Have New Schedule
npglnnllig with tho first of July, o'clock Wi'ilui'sday morning and In am-
when tho luler-lHl.'iiid Sfcum'Naviga' plo lime fur Intciitlliig visitors In the
tlcu Company ruters iiwm n new con- Milcauo Io calch tho early train which
tract wllh the United Stales govern- loaves Illlo at eight o'clock,
inent for tho carrying of the malls to Another advantage In tho proposed
nnd fioui I In vyll and Maui ports', tho new schc.lulo will bo that tho passcn-
liner Malum Ke.t will openilo on a new gers will pass llio roughest portion of
and much more convenient sclu"liV. (lie uiyngo iliirlug tho night. It will
It Is llio Intention to dispatch the permit a daylight call at tho Maul
Manna Koa. from Honolulu at ten potts which under tho present condl-
o'clock ovory Tuesday morning In- tlona aro visited aft-jr nightfall,
i lend Jif nt imon as Is now tlin case. It Is understood that thcro will y
This change will result In llio Mali' no marked chango In the home'wnrd
ua Kca arriving at llllo bcfoio seven schedule.'
Chinese Complain Of
A complaint has been filed, with
MnJr J. J. Tern concerning llio no
tions of Chris J. Holt, who nt present
occupies tho position as Huh and mar
ket Inspector tor the city of Honolulu.'
A communication from Messrs. I.tini
Kn Chin and I.nu Yong Yn forwarded
to Ihe Mayor's ofllco Is to llio offect
that on March 11' a Clilueso named
Wong Ynp was driving u wagon nt tho
comer of Walnknmllo Road and King
street, Knllhl and It Is claimed that
he accidentally collided with tho side
wall of tho Poo Keo stbro. causing'
Minio slight daniagj to merchandise
on display there,. It Is allegod-by the
complainants that tho unfortunate
Wong Yap was perfectly willing to'set
tie for tho damage sustained by his
encounter with the nssmted glassware
and other commodities, realizing that
It was through his faulty lnanlpula
' tion of tjio vehicle that -llio accident
Here It Is alleged that Chris Holt,
fish Inbpector, appeared on tho sceno
and he Is charged 'with not only using
extremely highly flavored language
but Holt Is also declared to have
slezed Linn Poo Chin, tho owner of
Ihe store, by the throat and told that
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'! "nlc " I"" P for sale. There' """"f h-; Co"',or lM? JJ'.T i'c. l,
...,, i,.q i n,n niiPHilnn mi.i il,,o,,"", "' ,lincc as ntClrru t .III' so
nnU.,ru,Znl!"a,;;reC.nnn!l "jo Territory of Ifnw,!.. befiiro
hard to say what It means. It may
rcfpr t ,,.,, claK11PH of laIllll) )n
certain districts or It innv not.'
FOR AUTO HAN
J. R. Rice Pleads Guilty
To Speeding And
Two of the auto speed artists who
elected to have; their cases tried In
the lower court faced Judge Andrnd'
this morning. They wero Pnul 1)1
nut ml, chauffeur for another person,
and J. K, itlce, nil employe of the
Scbiiman Oarage. The former had
his case sont over till Thursday ne.f,
but the latter, who was defended by
Attorn) (lenrge Davis, olecled to
plead guilty, nnd had a suspense
sentence of thirteen months record
ed against him,
Davis said that his client had been
summoned home on an urgent sick
call, and that he had exceeded the
speed limits In his endeavor to ge.
there as soon as possible to see his
wife, who was very ill.
Prosecutor Drown, on hearing the
facts nt the case, consented to sus
pending sentence if the accused
pleaded guilty, as charged. The In
ference was that If ever Itlce came
before the court for biieedlng again.
It would bo as a second-time of-1 rtuymond C. Hi own. Immlgiatlou
fender. Judge Andrade took all the Inspector of Hawaii, Is leaving on
circumstance of the cnselnio con-llhe Nippon Maru, which sails on
slrteratlnn, and merely recorded Urn April 13, for the Orient. llmwn
thirteen months suspended scntencp.
H. E. COOPER SWORN
IN AS CIRCUIT JUDGE
Henry B. Cooper tliljs piornlnc look
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Judgo Cooper received arable fiom
Attornoy (lonijriil WIckcrsTiam Infurm- Tiro oaths or iitTlco or Joh Untitl
ing him that his commission was sign- ulor as Clerk l.ouls Homer as slf-
ed on Maich tweirih and Instructing
him to qualify. Tho new Circuit Court
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CLAUDIUS M. McBRIDE, IN THE
SAN FRANCISCO, Jilar. 22. Claudius McSridc, private secretary
of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, was mairied to the wife
whom he divorced some months atro in Honolulu.
McBride's declared intention when coming to this city was to brine;
action acainst his wife that he micht be relieved of navir.t; her ali
mony, on meetlne; Iter here, the old
' ried on short notice,
TO SAIL APRIL 12
Five Portuguese Will
Leave On Nippon
HENRY E. COOP iB.
Jnlgs will meke a beginning on Ihu"
criminal Valenlar lomoriow and tlvi
siiiiie olcrlcrl ft.'ilT will cimtlnuc In his
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grnphor nnd C. A. K. Hopkins wero
Moil this morning.
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ROLE OF GOVERNOR'S SACRETARY
love leturncd and they were mar-
will he In charge of llvn Portuguese
wluf have fulled to pass the Immi
gration test and who must be de
ported fiom Hawaii.
-Two men, a woman and two rhll
dren cnmnilso the oarlv. and one ot
thn men Is the father of the cnii-'
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The wife Is afrilcted wllh a.skln ills-
oat-o called Pavus. mid her children
uud hu.band must accompany her
dren and the husband of the woman
back to the Azores', from which tho
The I'oiiuguese and the inspector
will go from Japan Io Liverpool, In
Hlightud, and ''from that port will
sail for tho Island home of the Im
iiilgnints. During Ilrown's ahsence,
his position will ha held by II. I..
BOSTON, Mar. 22. The political
sensation of tue Hour was tne suc
cess today of the Democratic candi-
, date for Congress in the Fourteenth
Congressional District of this State,
which includes Barnstable County,
' Bristol, Norfolk and Plymouth Coan-
j;os3, the Democratic candidate,
was elected over the Republican
norcmcc hv r nlnralitv of eiht
thousand votes. In the 1008 election
' Lovcring, Republican, and n rcsi
, dent of Taunton, was elected by a
i plurality" of 14.250 over his Demo
The reversal of sentiment amen
the voters is considered as most sig
nificant, and the Democrats of the
biatc are jubilant.
NEW( YORK. 'Mar. 22.' Great po
litical significance is attached to the
sadden sailinc; of Giftord Pinchot for
Eurcnc.tdav. It was stated author
itativel that Mr. Pinchot coes to
meet ex-Pifcsidcnt Roosevelt in re
i sponsc, to a request from Roosevelt
lor a conference.
SANV FRANCISCO, Mar. 22.
Queen Liliuokalani sailed today for
Honolulu on the Korea,
Want to Return
PHILADELPHIA., Mar. 22. Indi
cations of a break in the ranks of
the strikers was evidenced today,
when members of unions represent
ine two thousand tw;a hundred brick
layers offered to return to work.
NINE MORE CONFESS.
PITTSBURO, Pa., Mar. 22. Nine
mere members of the Pittsbunc
common council confessed today that
they have accepted bribes for the
service of the corporations and fi
nancial institutions of the city.
anciai msuiuuons 01 me city, i
English ioiRis1 attackei).
BOGOTA, Columbia, Mar, 22.
Further, complications in the anti
America noutbreak pecurred today,
when two Enulish girls were at
tacked by a mob and severely beaten.
The crowd tort them for Americans.
Max Rchlemiuer appeared lu Hut
uiiui-fi ni mi's iiisiifi'i i, ... ii i j ins iiu.rii'
Ing and was arraigned on tho three
ImllcliuonlB telnined against him ye
to.d.iy by .ho Hramt ...,,y and charg-
Unltpfl Slates District Couit ibis morn
Ing him wllh .violations or Iho United
States Immigration laws, Bclilemnier
1s now at liberty on ball or $11,000.
nn nn :: n n tt nil n rt n
Halhoy. who at present Is deputy
Insneclor. Mr. Drown exnects Io bo
awiv shout four months altogether.
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U. S. Judere sRobertson Refuses
To' Grant Petition For Writ .;$
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In n decision hainled down UiM
niorullig. United Stales Judge llnli-
eitson holds that It Is not within
the piovlnie of Ihe l-'eifi'riil' Court In
Inli'i feie wllh Hie JuHihUcIIoii uf Ihe
TenlMirlal rourls In the cares of
llio JaiMiiesn ngllnlors, Makluo, No-
Biiro, Soga and Tasaka. After ion-
alderlng the case exhaustliely and
In all of Its aspects, Judge Hubert;1
n le.iclieil a conclusion1 as follows:
' 'Hut this court might not to oxer
ilse ll Jurisdiction except onexcep
tloiial or peculiarly" urgent cases,
mid Hi" mere fact that a pellllouoi
It deprived of Ills liberty In viola
tion of his lights under the Peder-
al. Constitution doej'uot necessarily i duty upon nuy mistaken giouiid, tliaj,a '
make out uii excepllonal case or ono.crior would ho leVtllleil by the iifi'--
or peculiar urgency.'
in denying tne pennon fr tuti
wilt of habeas.uirpus, .Inilgfi lluhert-i
win points to Iho .Atcherley yuv)
which w.tSi decided by pudge Wot I-
nllt, t("iil declares tha't'.the. Biunq
pril.ipies mat acui.ueu .luugui
Woodruff lu denying the writ asked I
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lui llj ,l(livi,,; lltiil- ilia ruiuij ,, -I
the cascior Hie Japn-ifogi
IlRferrliie to the iir'oiicr cOurbO tolK
Tin co seats hltherlo held by tlo
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, lixciiango nun oucmi ui iiioo wore
llnally uud peiinanently lellred at
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J eel of considerable controversy from
Uino to tune, t'or llio present II is
anticipated that there will bo no fur-
I Ihcr trouble, as It Is generally con-
i ceded that the memberblp of tho
Exchange Is now largo enough to
lake cine of all the business of tho
town, 'Anyone now seeking ji seal
must buy out one of the present
The rumor was current this morn
ing that Hubert lloud wus to retire
flom the Trent Trust Company mid
associate hlinsclr with James P, Mnr-
FRAZEE ASKS FOR
Six Tjiousand Needed
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Superlnl lent W. 1.. Priuey of the
Oovernineiil Hleclrli' flight plant out
Niuianii way, has nnhio li?furo the
Hoard or aiipervlsors wllh tho ploa tor
additional eipilunenl. Accortllug to
a ciimiiiiiiilcithm which has been io-
celved by Mayilr .1. J. I'ern, Piaee
calls atti'iitlon lo the racl that tho
series arc light traiisloimeis at tho
power station are about loaded to
Ihelr capacity and as the taxp:
the city ate dally clainoifng for addl-
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ionl I Immnnlloii It Is c'nlimil that present 1U tin regularly calle.1 meet."1?
'H "''"olntely necessary that new Ing or tho city ralhcih. Ho was tho ?
"rT J:!",."1 "! loniy..",r"fw:' J
llRnl? "r ineir cinaieni, no pro-
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Superintendent Irii7.ee also asks forlng against tho passage of tliu mens- y
;"" "e"i io uiiru-iui-n iw
",'"'. to no,,17"'1; ''''. which In-
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iri-i-ssiirj- in increase inn power io uie
generamrs, it is said mat th. Ntiuaim
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Stay In Jail
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be purnifd liy the ntlorney ror 1Mb
Japaiuw, .ludgc Hobertson saysi (,
The ordinary nnd proper courso (
for the petitioners l( pursue would
be ili.lt tnken by the petitioner lit''
the c.tv of KrtUii vs. Henry, supra,
that Is. -to apply to the Supremo
Cim:l or tho Territory for it wrlt
of habeas lorpus, nnd If they should ,
be able to show that tho Circuit.
(mm. under wlini-o Judgment 11 icy
me hi Id. was wlihuut Jurisdiction
lor ally or tlnv teasons alleged, it
would he the iluly of ll' Suprcm'j.
Court to grant the writ nnd order.
the discharge of the petitioners, 'nnil H
If Hint court snouiu rait in no in,-xi
pioprlale tribunal, namely, the, SU-v i
, pieme L'ourl or the unitou stiues,-.
'iuch u couri-e would obviate tho
, i - il-lllty .or an uiifcenily clash ho-V
wun this coutt and tho Terrllorl.il
L-uu ts,.und tho final review of tho.'
iiu-iier wuuiit no in inu jiroper "I'-V -Jl
pe lute rourt." -JjWI
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oil .Mtjiwmi. ,i nvtiifi ' I.R"nu ..,., , i-w
coulluiiu serving their- ten-
n. rt ...fl.t.ti. iinft'liif. IliDlr. Inn. -
Iniiiiilli KPitlpiif-n nlnt the nevt ninva. 4.
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with' Counselor l.tnlltfoot. . ".ii
gnu atijl John Plemlng. Thlr re-
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Hoi.d. who .lcC.areH that be will not Vi,v
uliniic tils IiihUicm relatlona. v .
Dufclness u the Stock Hxchango 1
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WIllt , UH leiuargic c.onuiuoii inai,- i
has been the usual thills' for the last '. J
yen days. Quotations weiu low. ami
the binding was not active. . . -
Pioneer Mild ut 'JUT, Houokaa nt. r
'I'l.Vi and Hawaiian Agricultural 'it '-'.
:'.". on tho board today. , DetwcuU ',
boaids sales wero of hu sanio gen-. .1
oral tenor, except that Intcj--!sla'iid '".
SI earn Navigation Co. stock "sor u, .
new tigute or l-u. ino last pre- .
lous Kile was at US, Over n liuij--,"
dred shaiea of Ilouoknik rold !itv.: ";
22 1!.. Hawaiian Commercial tid
vnnrvil slightly, culling ut fortyjono
and an.clglith. ;J - J '
DOOM OF FIRE ' ,
Att'y Achi Said Nothing
Member William Avlett tor tho sec-
ond tlnio Hitciecdid In dodging tho I
sue which has conrrontcd tho fit)-ami' -'
county Supervlsois, In tho final rcad-i i
nK and ikusiiko nf an oidluuuco ox- ;
teiullng tho hro limits In tho City of
Honolulu, llowuvrr, that nioasuio '
was adopted at last night's lueellti'g'of ',-'
Die hoaid and vlll becoimra law with i
Its rulillc.illon and slguutuic i by Mayor "lh
I'ern. ' .?
Supervisor Aylutt again fulled todio
uu. new oidlnanco was spee.UDy1':
All)riiey Charles Achl, who-stated
af a I''''- "!" '"toting of ll.oS.ipei1.
vi" "ml no represeu oil a ClentClO.
i.nuu'se owners ot nro traps, wasg
on hand, nut vvj.eu Mujor Pern asked
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