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lfi PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENT
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C01GRESS IS TO PROBE SHIPPING LOBBY
PERELSTROUS WITH THE RUSSIANS
Immigration Promoter Arrives
Police Detail A& Landing
.1. W. IVrPlFtrniifP promoter lit Hit
Blnn Immigration to the Territory of
Hawaii litis returned tu Honolulu alr
n tlirco montliB absence, on.! thls'tlme
lip comes here In the role of peace
maker, fl la In Tnrnlatrniirn thnt Dip Tfr.
rllorlal Immigration boird look for n:i
amicable and sntlsfactnry settlement
of the real or fmiclc.l (inferences oxlirt.
InK between tho emptojers of Injwr
nn I the new recni'ls for the rime flit ds
nini plantation!) of Hawall'iiel,
"I hollow lliut after I haw Ultel
the Ilusslnu (teoplc now ilptainp.1 at
tho Federal cjtiarantlne iilitlun the
trouble which has sprang up hotweio
tho planters an I the newly nrrltcd
niifi.l.iii linnllitUMls wllflip easily ail
Seek Yore Light
On Kinney's Charge
Treasurer Conkling Says Investigation
Will Be Instituted If.
An Inqttliy, hus been begun Dy Ter- collect the money anil deposit In tho
of tho statement made yesterday after
noon by W. A. Kinney iluiltm tho Cir
cuit Court proceeding In connection
"with tho attempt of Iho attorneys for
former Tax Assessor 'J nines Holt to
Ouath the Indictment brought against
lilm, charging embezzlement.
Kinney nsked Dep. City unil County
Attorney Mllverton If he did not know
that It wan u common praellco for Mr.
Francis of (ho Tax Aspssnr's offlco to
HUSSEY AND RYAN
If Convicted May Get
Ten Years In '
At last, after many months of bus
pcntc. a charge of uplig a dangerous
weapon, with Intent to murder lias
been laid against the two blucJaikctB,
J, 1 IIUBBsy nnd.n. J. Ityap, who wero
mixed up In tho shooting of Kalachl
n Japanese, at Iwllel during tho stay
of tho fleet In this port.
It will be remcmbeied that the two
men were present at the ball given
ut the Moana hold, and thut after tho
iliuicu was over they went down to tho
other end of the town, whero they tried
to enter the house of a Japanese. The
owner of tho houso would nol allow
the muu to enter mid at that Husbcy
Is alleged to luvci drawn u revolver
and tired a shot tlxough tho window.
There was n cm tain to tho window,
mid the bullet went through tho shudo
lind took effect In tho sldu of tho Jap
anese, who was slniidlug In the center
of tliu room. The two bailors wuro
shortly urti-rwatiU arteited at a llu
walluti's houro and taken to thu -lieu
stittloii win m thuy hae lieeu kept
ICiilai'hl will riTOVer flout the bullet
, , . elected today. The Republican mem-
j.uted." s tntojl Mr. I crelsiicmso I ill. ben are Dalzell Smlthi FaMett
morning be Jro leaving Im Paclfle lawwnce and Boutell. The Demo
Mall liner Hlbeila on whkli he was a cra, member, are Champ Clark,
pamper ficm the rr Last Underwood. FitzgeraX and Dixon.
"I nm not prepnted lo rtate Jit it , .
wliut lino of nctloti I will tiki In malt
lir; an attempt in settle Iho dWeit'iics
now existing wllh tlie Itusalniu, but I
believe that dm trnuli'u l nil itiin Hi
a misunderstanding that can easily lio
cleared sip alter I haVe had n talk with
Air. Perelztrouso ilpr1.ii til tint tliero
vpiv plenty ol IttiKslaii from Piaster!!
iiinl Western Blhoih who were ready
tn inlgrnts to the Hawaiian Islands,
lie 1i'hIIb tint the iccriillhiK work liux
met with up serious obitac'ris nil. I Hut
n r.t"itly ntrenni of iipw labor, couM
Continued on Paee 4.
' ,1"11 '' ri111 nmo"" WUH l,art
Kinney also stated that It was tho
practice of tho emploju mentioned to.
draw out tho money and loan It to
othtS employees of the (lovernmcnt.
"No Investigation has been begun as
a result of Mr. Kinney's statement"
Raid Treasurer Conkling tlls morning
"hut tho Territory will naturally ex
pect to learn from Mr. Kinney some
thing further In connection with the
tntrinent. An Investigation will lie
begun If ncccssnry."
wound, nnd tho two men have been
charged as related, Hall waB flxed In
tho sum of $3000 each but. ao far
no one has put up tho bonds. Tho
men, If found guilty of having used a
weapon with Intent to murder may be
Ventenced to ten ears' Impilsonment
and ordeied to pay a lino of Jl.OUO.
Pacific Mail Liner Was
Late Because Of
One dirt-laden and unkempt Hindoo
succeeded In detaining the 1'aclflc Mall
liner Siberia at the quarantine for
neatly three hours this morning.
Tho Siberia comes from Manila,
Hongkong, Shanghai and Japan ports
and among her Itusslan, Japanese, Chi
nese, Filipino and Hindoo steerage pas
seugerB one ease of suspected plaguu
was found when the essel whs board
ed by the full medical stair of the
Federal quarantine station.
Drs. Itamus, Sinclair and James be
sides seu'ial other attaches ut Iho
iiuaruulliiu station wmt aboard thu
Hlbeila which hud been unchoied ort
thu port und their attention was drawn
to a sick Hindoo, The man displayed
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I WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 25.
Members of the new rules commit
tee as named by the regular cau-
'cuses of the Republican and Demo
cratic parties were unanimously
CATANIA. Sicil- Mar. 25. Panic
following: the disastrous outbreak of
Mount Aetna holds complete swa",
throughout the devastated and
threatened district. i
Four new craters formed today at
the foot of Mount Castellazzo and
are belchine forth streams of molten
lava. These streams, in makin? their
way down the mountain, united and
formed a river nine miles wide that
is moving steadily down the vallc
destroying every living thing in its
The destruction that is bein
wrought is tremendous, and thou
sands of fugitives are pouring out of
Following the new outbreaks, the
eruntions have decreased in violence,
but the s'.eady lava flow continues.
King Goes to Sicily.
ROME, Mar, 25. King Emmanuel
of Itily is making ureparations to go j
to the stricken district of Sicily and
take a personal part in the assist
ance of the refugees.
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Friday. March 23.
On Cruise Kukul, I.t. House stmr..
Manila, Hongkong and Japan ports
Siberia, I. M. S. S., 1 p. in.
Per P. M. S. a Siberia, from Ma
nila, Hongkong nnd Japan ports.
For Honolulu: K. Kalto, Itev. J.
O'Urlen, A. V. Perelstrous, Mrs. Tarn
Shee, Mrs. Young I.au. Through:
Mrs. C. 1. Hare, Mrs. A. A. Uennett,
Mrs. I.. O. HlaBdot, a, D. lllasdel,
Mrs. Ida Uloom, John Uredell, Mrs
John Uredell, I). S. Uady Ilurjor, C.
M, Carson, Mrs. K. Caswell and na
tlvo servant, Mlsa Vera Caswell,
Chock Hock Sam, T. II. Christian!,
Mlts K. Coles, Mrs. S. A. Condlct, P.
K. Condlct, MrB. P. Cowan, MIbs ...
Creek, Dr. A. W. Dunbar, Ilev. II. J.
Faucott, Mrs. It. J. Faucett and two
children, Mrs. A. A. Forstiee and In
fant, Miss Ituth Forshee, Kd. t-rled-crlchs,
'II. It. Iluwley, J. II. Haw
ley, N. a. HayucB, Mrs. C. V. Hil
ton, F. II. Ingersoll, C. F. Jackson,
0. Kuramoto, Mrs. J. Kurihara, MIsh
F, Lopez, Mrs. M. T. Loss lug, It. D.
Lucas, Mrs. II. D. Lucas und two
children, Dr. S, Madson, Mrs. S. Mad
sen, O. J, Major, K. T. Martin, Ilev.
V. C. Mason nnd native servant,
Mrs. V. C. Mason, C. J. Matthews.
Hev. J. T. McCutchcn, Mrs. J. T.
McCutchen and Infant, Mrs. V. K,
Muigruve, Master V. 13. MitBgravo,
C. It. Newton, Mrs, C. It. Newton,
A. J. Pasteup, Mrs. A. J. Pustene,
Dr. J. Pets 1. Miss L. C. Poole, K. 11
Hhyner, MIsh Caroline Itolilimun, A.
Ituafort, H. (1. b'antun, S. Schutt
schnelder, MUs II. Smith, Mrs. S.
Thompson, Mrs, Von lladcln, a, J,
Welch, MlH. V. K, Youduii, M. Zel-liter.
Hears Complaints Of The
In an effort to discover Iho nctual
attitude of the itusslan Immigrants
ow detained at Quarantine island,
In regaid lo settling down us citi
zens of Hawaii, Coventor Frcar, At-tornoy-deneral
Lindsay und Secre
tary of the Terrltury Mott-Smltli vis
ited the Island this morning.
During the Intorvlow there were
uImi present Dr. A., Marques, the rep
resentative pio tern of the Itusslan
Government In Hawaii; an Interpre
ter and n stenographer.
The Governor's visit was made
with a view to ascertaining to his
own satisfaction the nctual opinion
of the UusslaiiB In regard tu the op
portunities that have been presented
to them In the work as plantation
laboreis, so that a definite policy
can be pursued by the Territorial
government in future developments.
The statements of tho Russians
who hnd anything to say were taken
down l full, and will be preserved
for the Information and guidance of
' It Is stated that the views of many
of the Immigrants ate changing dur
ing their contlnement ut Quarantine
Island and that tho mnjorlty of them
lire now Inclined to attach lesser
slgnlllcanre to tho disturbers W'h3
have beou doing their best to stir
up dissatisfaction. Some of them
appatently aio of the opinion thai
they have valid damage claims
against the Territory and have fig
ured thut if they could collect S10UO
In civil actions against the govern
ment It would bo more profitable to
accept the cash and return forthwiin
to the realm of the Czar.
The ItUBslaiiB, of whom there are
now over six hundred at Quarantine
Island, exclusive of those arriving
from the Orient today, are about
If. idy to be released from quaran
tine, mid the hurt led visit of the
Governor and the membeiK of his
cabinet this morning was decided
upon so dellirtto Unlit could be shed
on the Itusslan situation before the
luiinlgiuutB are once more allowed to
go In search of work,
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. M.
The House Committee on Judiciary
will render its report tomorrow, rec
ommending that a committee of five
be apopinted to investigate the
charge that the Merchant Marine
League of the United States has used
improper methods to influence the
vcte for the ship subsidy.
It is charged that this organiza
tion, with headquarters at Cleve
land, 0., has conspired to influence
Congressmen to vote for the shin
subsidy bill. It is also charged with
having asserted that a foreign cor
ruption fund is being raised to de
Oat the shiu subsidy bill. Among
the prominent members of the league
are John Hays Hammond, Myron W.
Herrick and Schwerin of the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company.
CHICAGO, Mar. 25. Twenty-two
girls met a horrible death today in
the fire that destroyed a furniture
fa-lrr" where they were at work.
The fire swept through the factory
at such a rate that the pirls were
cut off from every avenue of escape
and were burned to death befere the
eyes of the firemen and the crowd
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Mar, 25.
Thirty-one members of the city coun
cil of Pittsburg have been indicted
on graft charges.
PORT ARTHUR, Mar. 25. The
Korean assassin who killed Prince
Ito at Harbin was executed today.'
MARE ISLAND, Cal., JIar. 25.
usternaus toaay took commend or
the Hare Island navy yard, succeed
ing Admiral Phelps.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 24, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. ra.
Ye Fong to Chun Darn ........ II S
Mary A Kalouumalkiit to II P 11
J S llailey to J Alfred Magoon.C M
Western & Ilawn Invstmt Ct
Ltd lo Sarah K Lua and hsb
et ul Hcl
Win l.aa und wf to Solomon
Kuuhane et al ... U
Arthur II F Iteuton to Henry
Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd, tr. . . . I
Kelomlka Awaawa and lull et
ul to Wong Toug Alitina.... I)
Kdwuril V Thwlng and wf to
Trent Trust Co Ltd PA
II F lewis und wf to August
Wnldenmeler . . ....,.,.., li
Entered for Record March 25, 1010,
Fiom 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m..
Frank i: Thompson, tr, to A H '
Humphreys ,..,.;,, Uel
Matson and Dearborn Expected
To Reach Basis Of Com
Mr. Dearborn and Captain iCit-
son will probably have a meet In?
today and reach a general under
standing on the transportation sit-
uatlon as regards ocean freights, ac-
cording to the forecast oftlioie who
ought to know,
"A gentleman's agreement" Is the"
way romo peop'e style the probable J
conclusion ofj the two transportation j
leadeis, and the result predicted Is
lint the freight and passenger trans-'
,Krtatlon facilities c' the Islands
will remain as they arc, with the
,wiai,t l.,n thai ttinrA u.111 l.n nn tr
atMeas't, Kot" so much cutting o?
three-cornered service Hint Include
tan Francisco, Senttlc and Honolulu
Nippy Jiji Stockholders
Vine For tee Policy
May Bring Another
To Take The
Itciillzlug the pant mistake, which
wns actuated by those in the acthe
mnnageiuent of tho Nlppu JIJI, the or
gan of Iho High Wugt) Association, tho
principal stockholders, met last night
and decided tu chaugo the lley of
tho paper for thu betterment, peace
and prosperity of the Japanese, who
are domiciled In Hawaii uel.
llofore commencing, howmer, the
stockholders discussed the whjh and
menus of raising money to meet Its
obligation, a suit brought by thu Ha
waiian News Co, tor I33C0.24. This
done, they went Into the details of a
new policy for the paper, which, Is
now assured of u change for the best
for all concorned.
According to reliable Information, II
Is the deslru of editor Soga, who Is
M'rvlng his sentence In the icnttcu
tlaiy, to placo the general supervision
of thu paper, which lie once edited
under K, Ond nnd Dr. K, Halda. Thiwe
two gentlemen unfortunately, howecr,
aro too busy tu devote their time to a
newspaper business, which thuy them
selves nre Inteiestcd in.
Mr, Ono, who Is one of tho most re
liable und conservative Japanese busi
ness men in Honolulu, when seen this
rorcnoon, wquld not commit himself by
making a statement, other than em
phasizing tho fact that tho policy or
tho paper should bo so changed as to
ensure puace aud prospcilty In the
country. He Is an energetic young
While Ouo, Is considered by the
stockholders of the Nlppu, to be thu
best man to accept tho management
and BUpenlslon of the paper. It Is
doubtful whether hu would do so, In
vliv of his business pressure.
Dr. Halda had no additional state
incut to make, other than to substan
tiate tho correctnesses to changing
Iho (sillcy of tho paper.
Since the Itnprltonmeut of Soga, tho
Nlppu has been run and edited by two
of the associate editors. According to
one or the 'stockholders It Is probublu
that a new muu will be brought from
Japan lo edit the Nlppu, This uiovu
will not tm mudo until Ilia return tu
the Terrloiy of A, K. Ozuwu who Is
stud) lug law on tho mainland.
With reference to the continuance'
What Is apparently wanted Is that
Dearborn shjill keep to his "great
'tt tangle service" of Hie south nnJ
1 leave Matson to the new trtnncle
service of the north, nlthoiich norii
of those In authority will give i.h
'slightest Intimation of what they
'expect lo do, or want.
One thing is pretty well assured:
the American-Hawaiian Una Is not
going Into the pai-senger business
unless ll liaif to or unless Honolulu
capitalists furnish tint funds. And
the Matron peoule will not Invent
In another paiuinger liner until the -i
f..,..M nf llt.-ln ..PAan... n.. I.....nn, (j -1
determined wllh greater certainty,
and th-riiKliitit effort locally tn-
jlin'ioy the pioleetlnii given Amerl- s
-an shipping. Is brought In an, ond.w;'
Editor From Japan 1
Place of Soga
of Iho Nlppu. ono of tliu stockholders!
said this uiornlug tliat the p.ipcr will
Ik- kept up, not In teli old way,: liu(j
In mi entliely new pulley carrying!
Willi the motto of "peacn and good'
will to all."
MR. ST GOAR HAS
HAD GOOIJ TRIP
Is More Enthusiastic Than
Ever On Hawaiian ''
Henry St Goar of tho brokerage
Arm nf IM lltllll il ri 1...... - M
Sun Franclnco by tho Wllhelmlna
tomoiruw, after a very pleasant nnd
very successful huslucrs trip that '&
mis cuiiiuineii a coinioriuuie snare or
While In the Islands Mr. St. agar
has mado an Investigation of tho
sugar properties In which liMflfm
and Its clients aro Interested, and
his original enthusiasm over the
piospects for the chief Industry and
the securities this market offers has
been Increased by the close observa
tion of conditions. He believes In
the sugar Industry, and Is confident
that more good years are In prospect
aud thut no one misses It by In
vesting In whut the -Honolulu mar
ket presents. HU firm has been tho
medium for placing the Hawaiian
stocks and bauds mot only In San
Franclsro, but In the Kust and also
In the furtherance of enterprises '
In which iho firm Is Interested, Mr.
roiiiu wvu vuit the islands In June
und Sr, Coar ux peels to bo hero
again In October.
How absurd It It that thu soiiiig iuau
In Iovp with a pretty git I uovur thlnka
in liiWBllguto her cooking until It