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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1910. 10 PAO:
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By Grand Jury
Federal Inquisitors Return True
Bills Holt's Legal Battle
Begins . ' '
Another batch of Indictments were
returned by the Untied Stales Qratid-I
Jury this morning as a result or their
deliberations on the cases submitted
to their consideration by United Slates
District Attorney UrcckoiiH.
An Indictment charging ''Anderson
Gruco wllh niurdor In the second de
gree XorJhe slaying ofMVntchman
Mahu at Wntciinwn. was returned by
the Qrand Jury and Grace wab arraign
ed before Judge Robertson an I sen
tence continued. Grace is allowed to
plead guilty to a chnYge of murder In
the second degtee on distinctions re
ceived by Drcckous from the Depart
inent of Justice wlilctHlic fullv lntorni-1
ed of tho circumstances of tho caso.
Indictments wine also 'retinue.!
nRtlnst Y, Kulny'ini for vlnlitlni
of I lie provisions of the EdmiiwU Act;
Lean Hlug, On Young K-ju Lo Tim
find On Ytng illng In connection wfth
tho opium smuggling Invesllgitlou-
Political Talk Of Business
' Men-Quinn and Lane,
Among tho political forecasts of
the season Is u combination' for the
nominations for Senator on Ihe Re
publican ticket. One of the lists pro
posed among business men carries,
the mimes of D. I'. II. lui'nherg, Sam-
-uel Parker and Cecil' Urown.
This Is presented ns one of tin
ctrongeit vote-pulling tickets that
the Itopublican p.ir:y could possi
bly put up. The men nnmed are
old hiiuds ut polities; tlity have serv-od-Iu
viirloua capucltleu and their
worth 'Is unquestioned, and IhcIV
nomluatUm would be a strong guar-
antee, for tho success of the party
they ropresent. Furthermore, it is
not likely Hint their nomination
would i also any serious factional
One objectiommay be raised at the
outset, however, becuuse .they are nil
fiom the Fourth District. Accord
ing to ihe program of voluntary di
vision that has been curried out from
time to time, the Fourth District Is
entitled to'b'ut one Senator bid year,
ii ml the t'lfth to two. This Is, of
course, an arbitrary understanding
of the political worKers, and It is
possible that the Fifth District mny
waive Its lights under ihe old agree
ment, If It gets added representation
on the county ticket.
Quinn and .Lane.
One of the recent developments of
the situation Is the report that Jim
Quinn Is to make his canvass (or the
nomination for Mayor conditional on
the Biircess of John Lane, Should
Luue fall and the omblnation of
three break the backs of all as It
did last year, Qultin Is Bald to be In
line for the position of ddrk horse.
Quinn's Biatsmout on this arrange
ment has not been heard.
Fool's Paradise Talk.
One of the Interesting features of
the pri'Bont situation Is the conjec
tures that have been offered to ex
plain tho presentation b( Frank Har
vey's iiatno for the post of Dolegnle,
to run against Kuhlo. Evoryonc'whu
knows anything of politics knows
that jiarvoy Ib n hold-over Senntor,
and us ho Intends to stuy In politics,
he and his party would bo very fooj
Ish to Jeopardize this cortnlpty far
the great uncertainty of n run for
Delegate against Kuhlo.
The facts nio so patent that the
miggestlou of his name Is clearly u
pin ti Invention In ought into the dls
riUBlnn at this time for tho pur
posu of possibly piomntlng tho ruin
that wcii- Instituted sometime ngu by
the Unlti'll Slates authorities.
At 2 o'clock this nlternoon the legil
ball i) began tor the quaphlng or tho
Indictment that wus returned by tliu
Territorial Ornml Jury agaltiit runner
tax assessor- Jnineg Holt. Tho attpr
neyo leprosentlng Holt were W."A.
Klnncyi SI. F. Prosser and Humphreys
anil til (i argument for tho quashing of
the Indictment wan illrectc I at tho as
sumption that there a Irregularity
In Ihu iirocciluro adopted by the Grand
Jin j- In finding the true bill, charging
the former tax nthessor with tho cilino
of einbezztenient. J
Comity City, 'and County Attorney ''
iMIIvcrton defended the Grand Jury
pricedure In connection with tho Holt
Indictment and had n large number of
authorities nt hand In support of his
Four indlclmcntH weie placed upon
tho hecu-t file.
' EMPtY HANDED
No Life Save. Birds
Found On Laysan
No lite save clouds of birds wai
found on Laysan lk-.and by the offi
cers of the United States revenue
cutter Thetis, which returned from
a two weekB cruise to tho neighbor
ing bird (standstills morning.
The Thetis sailed from Honolulu
on March 10th and considerable myB
tery and conjecture shrouded her
The Thetis ostensibly had In view
the capture of thoJapanese schoon
er Tempou Mnru or another similar
vessel which was understood to leave
Yokohama, Japan; In tlmeito arrive
at LaBun or Lyslansky Island and
pick up the twenty-three Jnponcse
bird poachers who had been left on
the mld-paclllc 'Islands the middle of
The quest of the Thetis however
was unsuccessful The revenue cut
ter wqs obliged to remain oft Lay
san Island for three days owing to
the heavy weather which prevailed
Several attempts to land n boat
proved fruitless. Close observation
was made of the Island and no signs
of human life were noted there. Tho
buildings which In past years have
housed tho workmen engaged In pro
curing guano, ore still standing and
a Thousands of sea birds are said
to be hoveling over the Island and
find n resting place there. Tho The
tis kept a vlgllent watch for any
thing that resembled a schooner or
fishing Bampan but was unable to
sight' anything during the cruise.
The first visit of the Thetis to
Laysan vvaa productive of good re
sults. It was here the United Stato
vess6l found twenty-three Jupaneso
engaged in killing birds and prepar
lug their skins and feathers for the
market. The government boat re
turned to Honolulu on tho second of
February richly laden with plunder
which the Japuncse had gathered
The JnpuucBe hud used two small
sampans in getting about and these
were brought back to Honolulu, ax
well as the Japanese poachers and
the results of their campaign.
Tho Thetis took hor pluco In the
til ream this morning after having
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palgn of (lie prohibition people. Hut
Just how It tun do this Is u great
question that might bo' solved only
by the occupants of tho Fool's Para
dlso Thurston Is running.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Mar. 24.
Ambassador Oscar Straus left here
today for Cairo, where he will meet
ex-President , Roosevelt. Mr. Straus
stated before his departure that he
was eoine to Cairo in response to a
reouest fiom Mr, Roosevelt. He was
Secretary of Commerce and Labor in
the Roosevelt Cabinet.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 24.
Senator Foster of Vermont was to
day appointed chairman of the Sen
ate Committee on Foreign Affairs.
They Hurt Eight
PHILADELPHIA, March 24.
Eight men were injured here today
by the explosion of a dynamite
bomb under' a police patrol wagon.
It is believed to be the work of
strikers or their sympathizers.
From present indications the
sympathetic strike of other workers
than the street railway men is dis
integrating. WARRANT FOR
Police Are Searching F(r
' Filipino Without
This nrierncon ut ono-thlrty o'clock
a warrant was Issued for the arrest
of a Filipino named Lazarlo, who has
been engaged In tho business of ro
cruitlng his countrymen for Jobs on
tho mainland. Tho man has no license,
which would cost $500 and consequent
I) Is Illegally nt work.
Laiarlo is said to hivo ilispatchei)
thirty Filipinos by the last Alameda
to the Coast, and is alleged to haw
another big batch ready to send for
ward on the next steamer.
Tho warrant wus sworn to by A. M.
Drown this afternoon and Judgo An
drada signed It. Captain Harry Lake
Is now looking for the recruiter and
will probably locate him beforo long.
The penally for tho offense I sa fine
not less than amount of the license,
viz., live hundred dollars,
WAIT NEW PRICE
FOR RAW SUGAR
All the stock buyers mill solicit
want a tiw quotation for centrifugals
before they aro willing to became ex
cited. This Is obvious from a perusal
of the stock sheet. Advance In beet
quotations has no effect on the mar
ket. Hawaiian Commercial sold on tho
board at 41.20, a slight advance Ouhu
dropped orf another eighth although It
Is represented on tho stock sheet ns
closing at 37.S0. Hawaiian Piueapplo
Is sagging mnl ICwn sold at 33.7D.
Ihe Stock Kxchauge will celebrate
flood Frlduy by tnklng n. vucutloih,
Andrew Cnrneglo praises California
stati university In speech at concert
In Oreek theater,
i.nwaiii j, ryrrei negius cainii.UKii
for nnmlualioii for California stale sen-
ON SUGAR CONTRACT
ti According to
ilinui who ought to K
Si know' the si gar tramixirtatlon ttl
It contracts as r
sards the future of H
It the eastern f
eights are hanging St ,
it on the result
if some understand- tt I
tl Ing that may
tie reached between tl
U Captain Mntaun of the Matson SS I
St Navigation (Jo., and Mr. Dear-St I
St born of the Aiueilcan-Hnwiillan
SS company. ' SS
tt it was reiMfted this noon that tti
SS these gentlemen bad not got to- SS
h getner and mere was no inline- u
tt dlute Indication that they would SS
St do so. Strdngcly enough the tt
tt Sugar Factor Co. Ltd. does not M
! U Wllheln.lna Saturday and Mr. M
tt Dearboin on (be next Pacific Mall tt
u boat. J
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CUFF. BELTS ML
Ill UllLrtl Lfllfl Nl
General John McClcllan, writing
in a personal letter of his trip to
the volcano, under date of Marcn 21,
says: "I have hud a satisfactory
visit to the volcanOcsveral evenings
and the dlsplt,,vliiJhe pli "wos'the
finest I have overseen there.
Hut this afternoon, desiring, to
see'the new road, several of us took
nn auto and drove to the end of the
new road and then,' as the day wni
fine, we walked across to the pit and
were rewnrded by a most unusual
and magnificent Bight.
"A large muss of rock had fallen
down from the shelf In the plt,,anu
to" the. right or this and Just opposlto
the Itest House, the bluff was melt
ing away and the face of It" was 1
mass ot fire ubbtit' sixty fee't high.
Oreat musses of lock ubove were un-
dermlned by tho 'lire und lava, nd,
rolloil ilnivn with n uran an i,h Inln
rolled down with a great splash Into
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the pit, sending up rountnlus of lire.
"The frumV'uf the cliff looked llkn
n waterrall of glowing lava, and nt
the Itest House the heut burned our
"It seemed us though the whole
cliff was bcLg eaten owuy by the
tiemendous heut Inside, und It will
probably all be swept Into the pit
GAME ON PEOPLE AS
FAKE CENSUS MEN,KU35IANS Stt .
Information has been received nt
the Census Oltlce to the effect that
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raiuiii raiiYuer. m nunuanu oi. -
trici ure repre.euung inemseives as
The enumeration of population
does not begin until April 15th, and
any canvassers making such repre
sentations prior to Pa at date are Im
posing upon the public.
Two sets ot authorized agents are
'now In the field: Those employed
by the 'Social Survey, who are
Mossrs. J, F. Durao, David P. Ha-.
Hale, En Ol Farm, David Uruy, Y, j
Mlkaml and Miss Kdnu M. Helsher.
Four agents are gathering statis
tics of manufacturers. These are; j
Messrs. Wulter C. Weedon, W. H.
Shaw, Wong Tin Look and Y. Ml
kuml. The.e will bo the only agents
employed In field work prior to the
r.. i. ..; a. ..ii
DR. COOK IS COMINO BACK.
Explorer on His Way to New York
from South America.
inkw vuiiiv, .Marcn ia. ur, neu-
erlck A. Cook Is on his way back to
(Now York from South America, tic-
cording to u btiitement maile today,
It Is said he hus aliendy ordered tho
I clerk or the Waldorf-ABlorIa to re-
Itervo u suite for lilmfielf und wile. Ac-
ccrruiug to me, iiiuim tiiuilo Known l)r,
I Murch 1
sail from Rio Jiiuelto on
WASHtNnTON' n r. mur 04
'Investigation of the charjre thatim-
to bear to secure the passage of ship
on the boards in the way of in-
quiries. The Judiciary Committee
or the House Has reached a decision
on the matter ard will report to the
House tomorrow reeommendtng that
the inquiry be instituted
Docratkeaacus selected the mem-
bers for the new BttleT Committee.
They are Champ Clatk of Missouri,
Underwood of Alabama, Fitzgerald
of New York, and Dixon of Indiana.
All Cairo Gay
CAIRO, Egypt, Mar. 24. Colonel
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J?'""-;' Kcn a greav ovuiion
nere tc.ay bv the people of all
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itaaacs, name Hum luc lllCGb uxui-
onstrations, the principal incident
of the day waa his call on the
Kbedivr s .
FRANCISCO. Mar. 24.
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posit and Trust Company, in pl.ee
of Mr. Leureton, who died recently.
rnmmittPP VlCitC lh
, wvniiiiiiivi i ioii-u uv
Mr. Babbitt or the planters'' labor
bureau went down the railroad this
morning accompanied by a couimltteo
of ltiisslun Immigrants to look over
tho houes nnd other opportunities for'
comforts as well as work that are of
fered by the Wulalua Agricultural
This couimltteo presumably will re
port to'tlio pcopje now in quarantine
who are expected to bu released on
. nn ' Kwa Pl-mtatlon houses (or
(ho Riiksluns ure steadily going up
, lull tltwc. iiumi). tf, Iim ,t lulllnir tvlir,
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xruuic t, ovmiucj was xooay an- " v,,uirit, .. , ouitmu
pointed to the position of receiver y of the moles awakened to the fact
i,. j.f...t r..ni. . n. that White, would bo one or tho
will occupy them. Those housos are Mr. Alexander succumbed to hii at
beautifully situated und in size und tack or heart fulluro and the funeral
cenernl ronxti action are excoiitluuallv uervl,-... u-ln I.,- imiii inini- n.. mi.
attiacllve. They are larger than the
homes built for the Portuguese us It
was reported when the plans were
IU..UI1 uiui xiiv iiiiKsuui iiiiiiiiics ihu-
ally bail one or two mnlo relatives
nliing who wnulil prefer to bourd with
Iho f.imlly Coiiieiiuenlly two rcxuns
were added, The houses cost ubout
tour hundred dollars each and are be-
lug nut up on laud that lius been pro-
inui cniiiviueii in sugur cuiie. vvuier
Is suniillvd fiom a tup In the house
Continued on Page 4.
On Nippu Jiji
Higher Wage Association Organ
,Must Pay Up Obli- ',,
llecaure of a olnlm amounting to
tho sum or $33G0.24 an attachment was
Company by the attorneys t.r 'the
the Hawaiian News Com-
, V .' 1L ZTJTZ.
vnnml by lc Nlipu liS, Corn,m,. to
cover a porton of Its obligations tor
material furnished by the Hawaiian
1 News Company to the Nippu JIJI Com
tianv. j The Nippu JIJI, which wns the organ
of the agitators during the higher wage
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MS nypnOUZillg ACIS ailQ
Solemn Chanting Please
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Wm. White, the obsoclate editor of
the Home l.ule organ, who la more
widely known by tho Hawallans as
"Oily UUI ' chanted the ancient metes
this morning so, well that the political
congregation, composed principally of
Home (tillers, expressed themselves
publicly of heir Intention to vote for
him. In cuso he runs for any political
The chanting took place In tho Ka-
filllnul.ini Hall, tho polltlcnl headquart-
,,rB n, ., nomo 1(11 ers.
which wns unusually largo was thcro
to.- the iiiiriKise or illrfCiiSHlm: the
nau.es or their prospective candidates
'""r the coming e,ectlon. The table sur-
rounded by the visitors, wus cucred
i with the tickets, on which will uniiuar
Ihp nnnif.H nt lltn rf1tllllllfltU.
ThensBcmbly wob rather Blow to get
nantru u,i ,u u,r in I,,,,,,, uim iuiii-
cr than allowing the time to pass by
vuluclessly, White began to olloll. ThU
aioused the spirit of Homo Rtilclsm.
The aged Hnwullnns. ror there were
many, Inspired by the hypnotlring ges-
t nmntt nf Ka flliiitilapnp nliJlthn AnlAtnn..
,,arty could put up. I
inu iieururB. wuii imicn umnusiusiu,
.. i ...in. . l i. i '
expressed their willingness to cifst
their votes Btrnlght for White, when
the election time comes. I
White, who Is always quick to grasp'
(ho opiwrtunlty, thanked them, by
chanting another famous molo, which,
was over dear'to the hearts of the de-
imrted niouarchs of Hawnll net. At
jlhe close or his perrormance he wob
Moiidlv rbeern.i and niiriluiiitpil. I
'loudly cheered and applauded. I
white, when seen nfterwurds would
not Bay whether ho would accept tho
nomination for any polltlcul honor or
i Judging from tho spirit of the Home
Rulers who wero there this morning
1 It Is apparent that the Home Rule
nnrtv will nut tin one nf the strani-pRt
ticketB tt can muster at tho coming
II. M. ALEXANDER
Up AT HAIKU
ThruiiKh the death yesterday ut
Haiku, Maul, uf Henry Martin Alex
ander, Maul has lust n citizen who
was 'favorably know n throughout the
a brother of Pror. W. 1). Alexander,
Mrs. C. H, Dickey, Mr II, P. Until-
win, Mrs. James Alexundor, AHm
cnanouo Alexander, .misb Mary J. Al-1
uxauder und the Into 8. T. Alexander,
Mr. Alexundor bus liven enguged In
the plneupiilc business.
Tho Newman club of Oakland Is do-
dlcated with solemn ceremony and ud-
Rev, Oeorgu M, Searle will take
charge of the Newman club work.
strike of last jear Is now In Severn
financial straits and Its believed that
today's attachment proceeding Is sim
ply the first ot many that will be In
rtltuted. The editor or the JIJI, Sogi
Is now ycrvlng his sentenco of ten
months' Imprisonment with his three
conferes, Maklno, Tasaku and Negnro
who were convicted with him u a
charge of conspiracy.
This afternoon It wns stated (tint K.
Ono, one of the shareholders In the
paper had reached mi agreement with
tho attorneys or the Hawaiian News
the pajment or
- STILL HOPEFUL
in - .. , . . ... ..
AUOWey NOW ASKS VrTIt-
From The Supreme
I, Attorney Llgliifnot has not clveii.uo
his attempt to-tget.hls convicted
clients. Maklno Negnro, Tasaka and
Saga, nut of Jail. He apiicared before
the Territorial Supreme Court this
morning anil argued on n petition for
n writ of habeas corpus, IiIb nppllca-
tlon being based on the same contcn-
tlons that ho raised In tho Federal
court on n claim that tl.e constitutional
nnd treaty rights of the Japanese had.
been trodden under foot-by tho Terrl-
ft Is tho opinion of members of tho
local bur Ibnt l.luliirixii'u iuh,iii,i, la
n hopeless omrus rur ns securing tho
release on ball oflils convicted clients
The Siinrmnn Pmirt hnu niniv'"
llflUKOll ,I1 ill,, u-.n.n ni.ao, In... 1... ..,.....(
In tho petition for a writ of habeas
vi ni uilti'ipviy lu lgllllOUl 111 OVet-
ruling bis bill ot exception,
MIUUI'Mr' l.lll If I
JV' ""-l- WVUHI -j
BUICS OH CASE
' . SUPltKMK'CoUltT OFTli
tkhkitohv of Hawaii, j
ww. .- im.u, ,rw
ftiyi'(intHMi Twnxf inna
FUKDKRICK J. LOWUEY, OKOUQE
' P. CASTLE AND WILLIAM b.
SMITH, TIIUSTEE8, V. THE
TEUItlTOUV OF HAWAh"J
MOTION TOR vIUDOMBNT
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Muei Marh ." ;? l- A
. Decided March 23. -1910.
HARTWELL, C. J., PERRY AND DIJ
Atloriiev's commissions and, tees
nre not recoverable against
the Territory (following Dow
ler v. Hoard of Immigration,
and Cleghorn, Collector Geue'rat
of Customs, v. Luce, 7 Hnw.
Judgment nuncpro tunc. '
A judgment in this case Is en-
tercd ut the date of Its reudl- ''
tlon, nnd not "ns of" tho date 'j
of a former Judgment which was i
reversed on appeal to the unit
ed States supreme court." : -J
HARTWELL. C. J. l
Tn-pl.ilntirfs claim f3S2.R0 as at
tornevs' commlssjons as In actions of
assumpsit, and 131 for other attor
ney.' fees named In the statute upon
u judgment In their favor for 15,'
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nan i-runeisco Japanese in mass
lllpptlnir ilpmntiil romnviil r tt.nl.. mi
W. I;. Davis, prominent Ban Fran.
Cisco capitalist and nrtlst, died on
Nitrso ut San Francisco marine hos
pital viio was to testify against
Moore Is missing,
Chtu tur lottElon committed of
Frnnclsco Issuen n call ror delegai
rum c(ic leuerailoiis.
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