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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4582.
10 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. rRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICX S CENTi.
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Refuse Concessions Offered
Planters Women Curse
Pdllnwlng a ineel'nt between (Jon-
cinur I roar unit (lie Hussians thls.ve irs ui over, that the necessities
meaning n ilia Citpltnl m which tli
Imiolgiants were cat chilly Informed
as to the concession of the Planters'
Association, ubotit ZOO of the lninil
RrnutB gathered on tlio l.iwnj of Ilia
Capitol unci Ji n hand ntls'ng vnlo
declaied that -hey vvnitld not nccopt
thu terms orfejed anil would nut go to
woik an IlllVltU! I
When Peicstroun. tlio piiinio cr of
llin Itjisiliii liiitnlKr.il ton to lliw.ill,
was leaving thu C.ipllol ho vv.u, fol
lowed down the main drive by lovirtl
angry ami weeping women who hurled
imprecations af er tile hurrying Immi
Vaslleff, a professional imitator, w a
tlio center of the 0icii air meeting that
followed the Meeting with the oIIIcIuIh
of Ilio.Terrl'.nrv. Up urcfit the 'in
nilgrania to retuao to accept the terms
pffcrcd and promUcd them that thoy
would obtain much more If they dt-
cl In eel to so on the plantn'loiiH.
Oovcinurrrcar made a careful and
exhaustive statement to thu i'niinl-
Itrnnta and explained the concosulon
derided inioii by the Planters' Axsoclu-
He stated that n rato of 122 per
iiionth would be paid for twentj-slx
NIIGATA MARU WILL
TAKE- SUGAR MILL
,, , .
Freighter Goes To
A new twelve-roller sugar mill,
which has been under construction
nt the Honolulu Iron Works for sev
ft al mouths past, and Intended for
siibiir (stales on l'oi inosn, has been
completed and Is leady to bo placed
nboaid thu Nippon Yusen Knishn
ileamcr Nligatn Mum, which arrived
ut tho port (his nioi nlng from
J a pa iv.
The Nllgntu Maru salleilrom
MoJI, Japan, on March 1C. She
In lugs over tweut-llvo hundrel
packages ot Japanese products, In
cluding sacks of rice beans and food
Muffs. Thu vessel met with some
lather unpleasant weather upon ap
proaching tho Islands.
The sugar mill which has Just
been tinned out by the Honolulu
lion Woiks will bo placed in opera
tion near Taltau, u port located nt
the southern und eastern end of tho
Island of Formosa.
Tho Nllgata Maru carries but one
fori Igu officer, and that Is Captain
J. C. Hlcliaids,' The vessel is one
of nearly Ufty steamets ot varying
tonnage belonging ,io the Nippon
Yueeti Kalsha, the largest shipping
company operating vessels Hying the
The steamer, now moored along
side the Alnhea street wharf await
ing the sugar machluery, Is one ot
the more retentl) -built craft owned
nnd opetaled by the N. Y K. Sho
was built at the commencement ot
the Husblun-jupanei.0 war and Im
mediately after going into commis
sion was used lu tioiisporting largo
guns fiom 8uBebo and other naval
bases to the cruisers und battleships
stationed in und about Port Arthur
'Die Nllgata Maru Is on her Mrac
tinnspacillc visage, though she whb
launched d omThe Mitsu lilshl Dry
ilpik und Ungluu Woiks ut Nagasaki
ilurllig the earlier part of lBOU. Her
hold Is bd atrmiged that heavy
wi'. tig d iy to ill imbu o' elghte'1 1
ui ulil he rulil nt tlio p ntilat.on storm j
foi lot t .ui J u notubir of other mlnir
coin.iiij.loni; thu wnull mesj monsv
In (lip iKicketH of the laborers,
Utii.n tlio concliiilon ot tlio Invent
or statement ths Ituralane were
nisei to ictiiin to work by Dr, A.
Monition ha rrpreiontatlvo pro teni
of the Him .l.in government, mil their
alioiiipy J l.'s'illoiit.
In the course of Ida Htatcment nov
el nor 1 re u tialil:
"My ndvlsc Ik for )ou to go ti the
plantations anil nee for )ournelf. 'if
you don't like It J on can leao ',ho
thing to ilo Ih lor every man to nee for
himself. A number of j on seem to
have tile Idea thai.) on can Ret a lot
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.odndcVtrf fftu5rItVa'i"VX?Iln,f". rrJ" ,
TliU liVloiindeirCf). fdUVXider tV
United 'fttn.te.ti lav)n you aio here on
ptoha'lon for about three yearn. If
within that time 5 on break the lawn
joii can bu dciortc1."
No effort wan spared to brlnK the
full Import of the Governor!) re-
mnrks home to tho Kimiilang but Vas-
Iteff anil (he disturbers seem to havo
tho upper hand and tho Territorial of.
(Continued on Pare 4)
WOMAN RUN DOWN
in. re o i it
Inaurreur irasnes Into
Mrs. Kaleialii As
This afternoon ut 1 o'clock Mrs Ka-
I leliillt lina ti nnrniw ..ur.niin friitu .lontti
h being i un ovpr by an automobile,
ill hen by a Japanese named Masakl,
who acts as chauffeur for another per
son Mrs. Kalelnlll was Just lu tho
nn. f i. ii n..t.i t i. -
uv.k vi. uvaiuuib u fiuiu aiuiiaii vui
wiien the autouiobllo dashed along be
tween tho car and tho curb. Mrs. Ka
leialii was thrown to tho ground nnd
one wheel of tlio 'machine passed over
her lert leg.
Tho accident occurred nt tho switch
on Kurt street near the corner of Her
etanla. Tho woman wus taken com
pletely li surprise and was thrown to
the ground with gicnt violence.
Masakl was arrested and taken to
tho pollen station and Mrs Knlclalll
soon followed him down, A warrant
will probably lie sworn to by the In
jured woman tomorrow morning. Mrs.
Kalelalll's leg wus cut and bruised
nnd she also complained of pains lu
Tour tennis clubs will take part
In n Mir tnitrtinmnitt u. hlnli wHI lift .
placed ut the Manoa Valley courts
in liie near luiuie. 1 1113 iiereiuiuu.
Pacific, Neighborhood and Manoa
clubs will take part In the compe
tition, und the affair will be one ot
tho biggest ever pulled oft lu Hono
lulu I"ull details will be published In
a da or two, and some very Inter
esting matches will be arranged.
The tiouble with trouble l that It
usually swoops down on us before wo
have a chance to sidestep Jt.
:t n a a tt n n :. n n :: a n :: t: n t
pieces nf armament or machinery
enn be transported with ease,
It Is expected thnt tho Nllgata
Murtt will rcivlve a prompt dispatch
for the nirmosan port.
SIERRA BRINGS 70 PASSENGERS ON
FIRST TRIP IN, PLACE OF ALAMEDA
Tho Oceanic stcanuhlp Sierra,
front San Kranclneo, la expected t
rrivo on quarantine aiioui ten
mil iuii:4l viiaL'sii uull.en ri'i:viivi
thtotiKh the tifiency of C. Iliewcr
Co. this morning. I
The Blerra Is considerably behlnJ
her regnlnr schedule, but this !
presttmabl) duo to the trying out ot
I tho engines mid machinery, which,
It must be remembered, have been
J '"' ,(1,e1 f"r "'" l'""1 ?.' ,im?'
The vessel has Jileo been fitted with
'an oll-hurtilng plant that may havo
reciulred considerable adjustment In
order to secure the best results In
thu flre-ioom And for the making o(
Dr. S. C. Hotihklss, an usslstant
suiKeou In tho Public Health ami
Mniltie Hospital Service, Is believed
to bo a passenger In the Siena, an I
It Is possible that. In Uew of th)
"'ite hour at which the steamer will
". the lw.iatian exnn.i.m.
uon ami prntiiiue may lie iirrniigoi
foi by I)i. Hotthklas If this wor4-
Is performed, there Is u possibility
in mo steamer coming lo-me wnnri
und thu passongois being pctmlttet iron Woiks, ami for the past Bcvernt With the exception nf Captain
to go ashore this evei.lng. .months the Oqeanlc liner has been Dowdell and Chief Officer Dawson,
The Sierra was 377 miles off the undergoing extensive lepalrs and nl- who, It Is said, will for the time he
port at the tlmo o"( the receipt ot tcintlons. (lug stand by the steamer Alameda,
the last wireless message. Tliero Additional pissenger nccominmtn? now the property or tho Alaska Can
ale seventy cabin nnd fourteen sfeci- tlon hag beeti'lltted Into tho Bteam- ners' Association, the remainder of
age passengers for Honolulu. Tho er. Tho change from tonl to oil as the Ahtmedu officers and staff havo
ston,1" - 'r I
bringing 23C sacks ot
mainland mall und a quantity of ex result lu Increased speed, notwlth- the purser's office Is tho ever-nccom-pres8
matter, Islanding (ho Ian that tho stenniei ' modntlug "Tom" Smith, whose klnd-
The freight Hut includes l9t was delajed to considerable extent ly greeting alwajs proved one ot
tons of general merchandise for the In making the trip down fiom San tho bright spots ln tho arrival or
port. Prnnclsco Prom tho viewpoint ot tho old Alameda. Purser Smith's ae-
The fad thnt the Sierra Is now the p'taseiigers Ihe Slcrtu Is now mid qualntHiue with the traveling pub
an oil-burning vessel should add ma- tif bo one of the most conveniently- lie on the Pacific Is exceeded by few
terlajly to the comfort tt tho pas- urr.il ged und romfortnbly-cqulppoii if nliy steamship ollkets. lly unl
sengers, besides expediting the oy- llneis in the Pacific. form courtesy, he has won friends
nge between Honolulu und Ban The Sierra bus beci laid up nt whoso number Is legion.
nancisco. Oiuiaud since her withdrnwnl rrom The .Sierra is nhediiled to sail for
At great expenso, tho Sierra was the Australian icrvlce on October , San Pianclsio ut 10 o'clock on Wed
phictd lu Ihe hands ot the Union 11)07, At that tlmo the Oceanic necda) morning, April fi.
ARE SOLD AT 103
LaSt Of ISSUC DlSDOSCd Of
Jq LOCOl InVCStOFS
One hundred und fifty thousand
dollars of Honnkiia clx per cent,
bonds were sold jeslcrday ut 103,
The disposal of tnese bonds closes
tho Honokaa bond Issue of six
hundred, thousand dollars that was
nuthorlzed inie montlm ago. Hip
last lot of one hundred and fifty
thousand having been held in tho
i One block of fifty thousand was
taken by one of the city banks, ami
the remainder were taken up In lot
of leu nnd twenty thousand dollars
by Individual Investors The price
paid is considered a verj favorable
THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S LINER SIERRA.
; Capt. Hqudleite
fuel will. It Is believed, In the end
one for Investors, us the fire nnd fdx
per cent, bonds now selling in the
open maiKet are netting tile pur
chasers nearlj one per cent. less.
The Hoiiokaa bond Is zionstdered
first class In every respect. I
I iJiuiuess suit pervaues me atmo
sphere of tho Stock Kxthange. Will
nltta sold this morning nt 13C, Ho-
nnknn nl ''9 ''.. unit Mpllnrtn nl
G.87B. Plvo Pala bioug'ht ltu, on
nve i;va ;u nu. uenerutiy speaKiug,
the market is strong nnd would be
active If It were not for tho tight
money market None of the banks
are seeking loans .and some havo
turned down applications,
AH personal taxes (poll, road and
8chool) not paid before April 1 will
. .. . . enalt f f
ue U0Je a penaV 01 ten P
I To the Pullman stockholders wu-
termelou is seasonable all the jear
round They do not wait until fall
to nit one Their tnstes have been
educated to a point whete they can
tnke It on lie In the dead of winter
without making a wry face.
m ' "j ' 'J't'i'j'.W HA, ..SJM
romp. my weie opetntlng tlm Sierra,
Soiuinia and Ventura on this run.
HUH III mp nsAlllinnrp nf n mntnrlnl
- .u!isiuy m& the Aasttuinlh-ooverlf-lnltiyerfl
nient. the vessels managed to mnln-'as
Main thinu-ehen. When this bouij-'of
ly was finnlly withdrawn, the three
kie.iniers weie found to be running
ut a decided losa, und their ellmlna-.
I'm front the I'ltclllc followed.
Notwithstanding thnt the three
stenmers have been out of commls-
for a number of ears, they nave
been well kept up.
One familiar feiittire In connec
tion with the arrival or the Sierra
Is the figure of Captain II. (! Ilouil-
Ictte tioddlug the navigating bridge.
Captain lloudlette remained with the
Sierra until the linal voyage on tlio!
Anutiiillaii run. He was afterwards
gl.e.t ainiund ot a sailing vessel)
i and has made several trips between
San Prnnclsco and the Is'uuds He
i has been placed In charge, of the The House today adopted an amend-
destinies .,r the Sierra, and the ship- ment 'to the corporation tax bill pro
ling community and traveling pub- vidinji for publicity of corporation
lie will doubtless accord tho etor
Inn skipper an ovation upon his nr
ihul ut the nort
been tiunsferied to tho Sierra, in
Japanese Are Charged
Theie was a surprise packet handed
I out in thu ollco court this morning
wiien Judge Andrado not only dismiss-
ed tho case ag-ilnst Oklno. n Japanese
''ll" "'"' ebatgod wl i assault, but
also ordered three of tho witnesses In
,, taso lo b wislcd on n nhariw of
I compounding tetanies, und ulso extor
tion I It appears that a dentist named
Kul'o who Is down on Ihe police court
uilejidar for practicing without u II
c i lire, und who Is a Mend lit Oklno
has a fascinating wife, and tho three
men who wero arrested this morning,
(Continued on Pace 2)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr. 1.
sustained the Speaker by a vote o
order a motion to recommit the lee
structions to add an amendment re
This vote proven conclusivelv t
ports the present tariff bill, althou
to be tr.e nrimatv cause of the In
INDIANAPOLIS. Anr. 1. Strikers
in the coal mine districts of the
State have devoted the day to cele
biation of the annivesaryof their
succcis in Raiiiinz an emni-nuur
i"5 rmn nv.r Tirpiu ativaiipv
!"" M " W-.
BALTIMORE, Md., Anr. 1. Re.
milt trlnv lnrttratf. lhar fhf. in.
of coal mine'rs Will'not stand'.
a unit in resisting the demands
the men for higher wages. An'
advance has been rrranted in col
lieries employing a total of
five thousand men.
FIVE CARS DYNAMITED,
PHILADELPHIA. ADr. 1. Five
street cats were destroyed bv dyna-l
mite here today by the strikers or
those associated with them.
WASHINGTON, D. C,, Apr. 1.
returns at the discretion of the Pres
The Ametlcan schooner Mathov.
(Turner hum II nitrate ixrrts with u
sTilpment of feitlllzer consigned to Al
exander and lhihlwln has genu nshore
off Kahului and to latest iiccountH, re
ceived ut this city at noon todiy the
vessel und her contents may prove u
total loss, N
Tho Tug Leslie Ilaldwln stationed ut
Knhulul has gono In tho assistance of
the distressed vessel hut her efforts
thus far Imvo been unsuccessful In
pulling tho schooner off tho reef.
The Mntaon Navigation Intrepid sail
ed for Kahului at two o'clock this af
ternoon (Juieral Manager Kennedy of tho In
terlWand Steam Navigation Company
wlielessod the Mlkahala now near La-
halna to nish to the sceno of tho ills.
The Claudlue Is leaving tonight and
will lend an asslctnnco possible .
ine .Muinow Turner arrlvid this
inornlugind was thirty eight dayB out
wiine sue weni on tnu reels nio unii-
taln signalled Kuhulul that he must
abandon ship this atternon us the ves
sel is dragging her anchors.
A wlieless rtcclved at tho hcadnunr-
tcis of Alexander and Ilaldwln ut one
o'clock this afternoon stated that the
Malhew Tuttitr wit ha cargo of fort!
I liter to take the place of that brought
The members of the House todav.
f 150 to 101 on his ruline out of,
islative nnnropriation biill with in
pealint? the tariff. .
hat the maiontv of the HouseiSun
eh the new tariff has been declared
sitwent mtvement. w
DONE WITHf '
CHICAGO. Aor. 1. Commander
Peaty stated in an interview here to
day that he is done with pclar ex
ploration woik. This nuts an end to
the nranojeJ contest between Amer-
tea nnd Encland lo reach the South
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SAN FRANCISCO. March
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 8 l-4dfF
parity, 5.13c. Previous quotation,'
14s. 8d. '-I
SAN FRANCISCO, April 1.-
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 9d.; parif
Previous quotation, 14
LEFT TO PHILIPPINES.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Apr.
The Government officials state
the prosecution of the Japanese snie
captured in the Fhilinnines would b
left entirely to the Philippine jrov
etnment. It is net a matter com
mandinir action by the Federal au
BIDS FOR SUBMARINES.
WASHINGTON. Anr. 1. Bids1
were opened todav for the construe.'.
l. - !.- t I I. . .. V
iiuu ui me tour submarines auuior-
ized for this year. The lowest bid'A
was made by the Bridgeport Bridge1?!
Company of Conne6ticut. They agree tff
to construct the submarine At
$424,000 each. 3
HENRY EASTON IS
Falls Upon Side of Ship
A nrl I nnile tin :
Henry C Kaston. tho well known
joung business man and lHipular.'inctm'
her of tho Plks, met with a se'voro nS
cldcnt last night, when ho fell front
the sldo of tho Kukttl to tho deckjohcl
bus niued concussion of tho brain, iij
Ihe Injured inun and a few friends j
had spent the evening nt tho thoaterT
nnd then hn, ndjourned to the ship".
Paston, in some way slipped on tli
wet deck and foil to the floor of trio
dock He landed on Ills head andiwaSlJ-v
rendered unconscious. , "jjjl ' '
On being takon to tho Queen's lloTli'i
pltal It was discovered thnt EMtor?
wus In a bud way, and up till A'tbAI1
motnlng he had not regained ,eor?
selmiunnwu 11... .... I.. Mn . - ..
-- , ...u viibd is cuiisiuereimoj
ut ""ibc inun mac 01 lister Potrle
..nu xus aisu iiijurea ou tno liead soraoj
weess ago. -73
nnnunnn nuttxittttnn a it
t olho Maui iiort by tho 111 fated aToj
ntiil.tr Itlunl. I.n.i &.... . . . J4S
......v. ...vn, ..uu uuiiiu ln contact withK
Ihe reefs nnd when her cnptalnlmll?
uiscuvureu Ills nilBtuKO had droprie'di
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U1U HltlO UI UlQ VU8301.