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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4080.
Declares Attorney Told
Them To Leave i
Their Work i
SfATED Bf MOiT-SMITH
'I lie whole Hlory or deco) tlun that
Iiiik brought, about Ihu uirumLjit the
HtlHBlrii tuimlgiaiitA to. continue their
work nn IHttttll'Stnugar plutitlitloiiH
developed tlili morning when ijl i
hearing lll'ltl licfoni Kccrolni) of till'
Tenltoiy U. A. Mott-Smllh ant At
torney tlunorlil Lindsay n HiishIuii Im
migrant tliiow il now nml convincing
nlit ii-nt l-. ill""i Isf-ctlon out re
fimal of the HubhIiuih to go to worti.
The P-usBlanB loft thu plantation
throtiKhout the Territory nml hurried
to Honolulu with their f.nnllli'H upun
the udvlro of their ultorney uml conn
sellor, J, l.lghtfoot. who told them
that thu only way they eould got ii
thing from tho p.nnters was In Ktther
In Honolulu slopping ull work liniuo
illplelv. This van tho pnsltho statement
mailo by the HubbIuu Immigrant who
lunl nib Biiuy thlH morning, and he
g.no full dctalli tjiul uppjicuity vvljs.
Btnutlntcd Ills sldry In euiy panic
ulnr. He stated thai hu wns, n were
ninny of liln countrymen, satisfied wflli
the conditions as they found then; on
Kriual and thnt the only reaiiii that
mused them to kUo tip Ihelr work nnd
ronie to Hawaii was the Mntf incut
from l.lghtfoot ihut thly held vjlld
Llalma against the Ter.-it.-i'iil Uimun
ment which they woiil I Le alilo t rel
ied In nmonntB ranging hetweon $1,000
and $1 600. Even tlu claim of llio
children were not to he owirlool.od
by tho diligent nttornoy for tho Una
tilaim, tho ImtulKrunt sta'liii; this morn
ing that thllitren of oer twelve :enrH
of nge would ho entitled to $.11)0 cnih.
Lure of Cash.
"If my countrymen were to get this
money," said thu Hussiaii, "I tho iMit
I bettor do as tho icttci told us to
. . . .. , . .Moulin in nun niuinwt intiu niuivu n"ino
do and como to Honolulu nt oncn al- ..,,,,, . .,
though I wan Batlstled on tlu plnnta- of lll ",c1 "rokors to nctloU. Thu
tion." law of the Teirltory1 irescrlbes that
According fo the Immigrant one let-jnnjcino conducting a slock and, share
tor was sent to ench Itueslan cituip buslnHBH In tho City nnd County of
and was written bysNach-irln upon Honolulu shall pay tho Mini of 1100
the slatoment of I.lphtfootf Mott-1 per annum for bucIi privilege.
Smith naked for a copy of tho hMler it appeal b that gentlemen from tho
hut the Russian who vas making tha mainland are tijlngto soil stock of
etalement declared thnt ho did not ruitii;ii corpoiatlons wllhout piylng
have a copy of the document which nny attention to thl feo imd'oincerB
icfiilted In tho leturii of tho llnssbnsor thu Stock Kxehunpo have taken
to Honolulu. notice. City and County Tieasurer
The letter also advised tho Rus- Trent has written to tho office of tho
slaris not to pay their debts In the city nnd Comity Attornoy for a legal
plantation Btores ho they would have opinion to guide his action,
money to uso when they enmo to Ho- W, A. Soale general fiscal agent of
nolulii and begnn the wait for thu tho United Vlrelebs Telegraph Com
1 000 or'll.noo each which th,o Terrl- puny, who Is a guest at tho Aloxandor
toilal aovornment was to give them. Young Hotel, Ib oiio of the stock sales-
The hearing tills morning iudlcat- men whoso Intention to do Imslnrisa
'd plainly that tho real cause of tho attracted nune notice down town. In
troublo 1 the fact that the body of an Intoitlow this morning In reference
the Immigrant have been misled In- to this matter Mr. Trent stutcd .that
to an abiding belief that they havo no brokerage license had been Uuuud
large and Milld damage claims against to Mr, Seale nor had that gentleman
tho Territorial Government. The man approached him with u view to tak
who gave IiIb atatement this morning Ing nut a llcenso, Sir. Trent llinwe 1
mado it plain that he was content on the reporter Ida recent correspond
the plantation but thought that be enco on tho subject with tho 'City and
would be better off If he could col- County Attorney, which follows:
lect about $1500 nnd go back to Ilus- . Feb. 9. 1010.
sin wheic that nmount would make
him n nun of Independent means.
Ho stated further that Llghtroot
told them to pny no nttentlon to nny-
onn but hluiBolf Llgbtfoot and to
liao nothing to do with l'erolstrous
hi member of the 1'lnnterH' Assocln-
IH.M- IUUI IIU WIMIII1 lUllttllU INCH IOBU
pud get oi er thing that was duo to
Mctt-Sinlth listened natlcntly to tho
jleluded IlilBRlnu'H recital pf tho fan-
(Continued on Page 4)
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'xutAnUi leak &mmmW'Bmmmmmmmm
SECRETARY OF THE TER
Local Men Demand ',That Foreign
- ' License
Activity of promoters 'from tho'
mainland In selling their stocks and
i,,,,,,!., i-n,i., ,.,,,bi i.n.... .ir.i ..,.,,.
John W. Cnthcart Hsq.. City and I
Dear Sir; A gentleman comes tom,-",x'" '"' piepuro ior un iuuk
California to liwall to tvjll stock r11 '" t"0 South Amerlcun port. Tho
sharea In a Nevada corporation for 'ships will represent the United
Hid put pose of railing capital for tho States uayy nt thy l'an-Amerlcan
corporation. , Kxiiualttou at UueiioHl Ayres. along
t PCCUIIU K IllieillUIl IIIU11IU1II13 UU
ofllce in Honolulu and solln mainland
becurtle,H only, leceiWng n commls-
slcn therefor fiom Ills mainland cor-
A third gentleman sells Moxlcin
rubber "bhares," wi calltd, for u Cal-
10 PAOES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY,
RIT0RY E. A. M0TT-SMITH.
Ifoinli corporation, receiving a cim-
mission per tharu for his sales.
Kindly udWso me If In your opinion
any or iiicbo gcntiumru would proper
ly bo classed ux conducting n stock
nnd share husluesfor which a llcenso
of S100 per annum Is prescribed, and
City and County Treasurer.
March 28. 1910.
Hlchard.ll. TicTit Ks(,,clty and
He.lr Sir: lu teply f(f jour com-
miinlcatlun" In which you request an
opinion from this department us to
whether or not perbons hcIIIiir shares
of btotk of foreign coiporutlons In tho
City uml County of Ionoliiluaro llab o
to the payment for tho llcenso feo pro-
lded for thu cirrylng on of a stock
and sharo business. I would udvlse
you Hint In my opinion, such persons
are liable for such feo. '
Verj truly jours
FIIHD V, MILVUUTON
First Defuity City and County Atlor-
TIli; AllMOIti;0 CIIUISKH Ten-
ncBfcee has left I'uget Sound for
llucuos A res, nnd Is to be Joined
off the Golden, (lato by tho cruiser
.Smith Dakota, which left the Pacific
"c" " ,,c", ""H "B" u,m wc"' ,u
vltu other warships to be setit from
the Hastem toast. The Tennessee
nnd South Dakota are the most
available of the raclfle fleet for this
purpose They nro to return to the
rtii'iuo u tew muiiius nonce.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 30.
Speaker Cannon today named the
special cmomittee that is to invest!
rate the charees brought against
memuen ui mc mcrcniuu jnannc
r..... ,,.ir u...... i.,i.
to influence ship subsidy legislation,
4.lf,U W Ul IIUMlWUbi iUbbllVU
The committee is composed of 01
ctlt of New York, Lcngworth of
Ohio, Haw'.ey of Oregon, Republi
cans: and Humphries of Mississippi
aid Garrett of Tennessee, Demo
P. 0; Robbers
Are Arre led
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, ,Mar. 30. The po-
lice have arrtci two men who bad
in , their ticsantion' a trunk contain-
inr I30 00O stolen from-the Rich-
mond Pottofflce. One of the men is
believed to be the notorious Eddie
Fay. for whose atmrehension rewards
,to the amount of $20,000 have been
i Peon, System
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 30. The
Pennsylvania Railroad Company to
day voluntarily raised the, wages of
their 195,000 employes six per cent.
I LONDON, Mar. 30. Details of the
hurricane that swept Fiji and its
surrounding islands last week have
been received here. Eighteen per-
on were hilled in the itorm, and
the banana crop of the island of Fiji
has been completely ruined.
Prnn WflC fid I TnnC
til Up II a o lU)IUI I Ulloj
u... riwnA.,A:.n 1 -
NCVV KCSCrVOirS Are
T1 0ieventb annual meetlne of
',, ,,'?' . L.." , ' ': ,,,i
",0 Mcllrydo Sugar Company, Ltd..
waB ne,,, lM afternoon, and the ro-
I""1 "' William Btodart, manager,
The profit for the past ueason waa
$517,038.34. The climatic condl-
tlonu throughout the year have been
as a whole unfavorable for the
growth of cane. The pew eight-
million - gallon four -stage turblno
centrifugal pump at Electric Station
f- '' ' 'V"b.
puiiiimiik bbim u hhui iiuu "i
feet, did good work during the ear.
A dupliiute of this pump will be
Installed and will be lu operation
(Continued on Page 2)
All personal taxes (noil, road and
school) not paid before April I will
De tubject to a penalty of ten per
News Its Best Circulation Promoter
MARCH 30, 1910. 10 PAGES.
A lamed alReception Ready-,
SAM FRANCISCO. Mar. 30. The
Oceanio Steamship Company s liner,
Alameda, recently taken of the San
Francisco-Honolulu run and: re-
"men or ine oicm. nai ocen bviu
. 41.. ii. .1.. .a..i.i n,-
IjU IUC 4ftlBJMk mMUIUIl VVUWVUJ
mm ..ill ue oat in tne northernser-
vice as soon as she ii overhauled.
Will Walk Out
CINCINNATI. 0.. Mar. 30 One
of the greatest strikes of miners Vf
the MiddVewest ever known is threat-
ened it some conclusion between the
workmen and the 'employers' it -not
i retched in 'the next twenty-four
hoots. , " i
leailera'-ofi'the miners' otraaiaa
tion state that 180,000 coal mln-
ers of Pennsylvania' tad Illinois will
walk out of the mines tomerrow jf
their lerrat are riot mef.-
Roosevelts S; i
' ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, Mar. 30.
Colonel Roosevelt and his family
sailed today for Naples. The depar
ture of the distinguished company i
was the occasion for fhe asiemblvj
of the notables pf the fity, and a
trrcai crowa oi people oi an itaiioni
ADDIS-'ABEBA, Abyssinia. March
DO. Menelik. the King bf the Abys
siuians, is dead.
Mis. MARTIN MAY ESCAPE.
SAN FRANCISCO; Mar. 30. Isa
bella Martin, who waa convicted of
dynamiting a judge of the Superior
Court, has been granted new trial
by the Appellate Coujrt.
LATE COMMENT .
ON SUGAR MARKET
FOR ACCUMULATIONS ley's comet very near that time.
There Is. however, no reason what-
The Future j Seems to Be in the. ever for any fear of asphyxiation
Hands of Cuban Xoldert- due to the gases ot the comet mix
Planters in Cuba Report In- Ing with our atmosphere, because
creating Damage by Continued the density of the comet's tall it
Drought. ' I so very small M.nt although th
I gases which compone the tall aro
The Federal Hqiorti'r under date of , poisonous, there will nol'be sufficient
March IB, give Hie following very In- quantities enletlng our atmosphere
lercstlng comment on the sugar mar-j,,, ,, ay enu WRBtever M ty
RawBuoar. We havo had a waiting, ",w n detect, .
market, lluyers have been disposed Jfhe 0UJt having- a station
to, hold off, not because they aro so on the Hawaiian Islands to study
well supplied, but luvii ovldontly fol- Hnlley's comet la for the purpose' or
lowed this policy In the hopo that blip- keeping the comet as nearly under
piles would accumulate, ana enable constant observutlon'as possible, bo
them to secure n large lino of sugar at cttUBe ,Hring the time when the best
around current values. On the other yiewH of Ue tomet wl be obtalne(1,
ii on",;,: sbSaJSTwis ';; r ,t ,,e cr,,ed f at.
anylhlvK have evlncod more con- ,one I'0'"1 not OJcceo tw hou
fldouce In their jiosllon from day to duration, which would make It Im
day. this showing ftself In reduced of- possible to keep the comet under ob
ferlngs, All refiners have shown arservnlloti from the tjmo work would
willingness to bur In any position nt necessarily cease at the Lick Obaer
3 00c cost and freight, the equivalent vntor. on Ml, mton. Cal., and
of UCc. luty paid, tho uravt filing airrt tllt) me wlen tlle flrgl OUBervlUor,eB
fftwW ";P -l-nr-tlow . eastern
31-320 and n siunll line of March portion of Australia, four houra
shipment nt 3 MCc. cost aud freight, later."
TIiIh morning there was ouo lot of I'rof, Gllertnuu Is tho observer
Atrll sugar ofTured at 3 1-ICc. cost au I sent by the comet committee pf the
frelalit, but this appears to lime been Astronomical nnd Aktrophyslcal 8o-
wi imrawn aim now soiierB are asaing
TTe g "
To 'Arrive On Marama-
Sir Horatio Herbert KlUhener, nt
tlme cointnander-ln-chlcf of th""",1Blll Mnrlpima and proceeded!
,,.,., . , . u ,, ,, . . , .
llrltlh forces In South Africa nnd .i
Prominent factor In the itibJiiKatlnn
of the Soudan, did not Connect with
the Canadian-Australian liner Ma- i
raniaBalllng frohi 8dney, N. 3. V
on March 14, and consequently -ills-appointed
a large percentage of tho
Urltlsh colony of Honolulu this
morning by his non-arrival at thU
port as a passenger on the Austra
lian steamer. - (
("Where Is Lord Kitchener?" was
lu query launched at the ship's of
llcerB as the MaraVa steamed to her
berth at Alakea street wharf thin
AVhen the fact was made known
that the famous UrltUh general mm
warrior hod uot bW a passenger on
the Marama, a number of people
who had rnnKreRated.on tht wiuv.r
and had remained there sime un
early hour, left and wended their
I Lord Kitchener Is Bald to hne
taken pABsaxe on a Union Steam
ship Company vessel ai.d one living
( the same fine as that of the Ma-
rnnla, but he went the other way.
j Lord Kitchener took passage for the
west coast of Amerlca.-but he Balled
by the way of Tahiti. At the
. French nossesston. Kitchener Is nald
Comet May Bring i
Hawaii Meteor Shower
Scientist Sent By Mainland Comet Com-!
mittee First View In
Professor Ferdinand Kllerman of In tho Territory for two months. In
the Astronomical mid Astrophyslcal( addition, the professor will photo
Society ot America is here to take graph tho "1S10A" comet for the
photographs of Hnlley's comet from
Hnwall, a'ad will soon have his ap
paratus rea'dy for frvlce.
"On the nlgllt of April 17, after
midnight," say Prof. Ellermnn,
"thero Is a possibility .of a shower
of meteors occurring, as the earth
will nans through the tall ot Hal-
ce,y of Amerlia to take photographs
legitimate and constant circular,
tion promotion makes the B u 1 1 e
t i n first with the fudicioni adver
tiser, as it is with the readers, for its
Ik IT ?-?
to have connected with the Opennlc?-
to nun rranciKLO. (
I I'lin nviiitnlA.I tii-pl.al .. fliA vitnt?
ihiitvh miiltnry man resulted In thJ
early rlsltiR of many Honolulu
pie of prominent e. Amoni; (hose.
who IhrpiiKed the wharf wan IlOj
K. Forster, the Urltlsh tonsillar rr-Ji
resentatle nt tills port. The Muj
rntnii met with considerable rough?
weather on the trio un from 8ua?
After leaving llrlslmne -the (temer
commenced to buck strong head '
winds, (ontlijiilug until Sura wasp
reached, on thu nftemoon of March
The esse (iriugs a small general,
argo. About n scoie of imssengrrjij
ire leaving the Maninia at this poit?i
to have connected with tho Oceanio")
lly the aid of nn'eilorgetlc iom-i
iilliH-, thu trip fiom the Antlpodel
k marked by u serle of pleasing
A program of deck sporta vru V
feattue of the trip, several tottrna
meiitB being nrrnuged by the offi
cers. 'An Innovation was started dill
the presento)age of the Marama
by the Institution of a class In phys-:
leal culture, which was participated!
In by a largo number of passenger?'
The class met ench nfternoonSyjd
by thu aid of u competent Instructor
(Continued on Page 4) -
Mt. Wilson Observatory ot Southern
California. - I
In continuation, I'rof. Bllerman
said: "lly establishing a station
near Honolulu, -work can bo begun
very shortly after tho work at 'Ml.1
Hamilton would cease, and there-,
fore in a largo measure hedge over,
the great gap caused by the expanse
of the I'nclfjc Ocean.
"The Instruments which I bnv
brought for currying on this work
consist of a C-lnch telescope, com
plete with ull accessories for guld-J
Ing upon tho cojjiot, on tho tuba of
which will be fastened the cameras,
for making the photographs. The
principal camera coniUls of a 6;
Inch portrait lens, with u focus u
about 32 Inches. In addition, A
shall use two smaller cameras o
ubout 10-Inch focus, ono, ot which
will be used to make photograph
of the entire extent of the comet's
tall; the other will be Used In con
Junction with a prism for the pur
pose of getting the great spectrum
of the comet' head and tall.
"I am Investigating various polnU
ns sites foe mailing these observa
tions, but 1 hae not as et thor':
oughly looked over the grounds, aud
1 am not prepared to make n state
ment as to It location ut present,
"At my homo observatory, the Mt,
Wilson Solar Observatory of the Car",
negle Institute, of Washington, D.
C, located near l'asadena, Cal., cor
tain work will be carried on.wh!.
large GO-lnch reltectlng telescope la
the work of ranking photogrnphaifot
getting the details of tho structure
(Continued on Page 2)
ttoMhieM ,,B,l0," t0Dsei- ,,e wl" re,1,a,
(Continued on Page 4)
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