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K.JTA11JJS1.U5D 1882. NO. 4583.
f PAQE8. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1010. 1G PAGES.
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NAPLES. Ita'.y, Apr. 2. Colonel
Roosevelt and his family airivedherc
today and were creeled with a great
ovation from the-people. Roosevelt
was besieged by American ana iuro-
pcan'correspondents for expressions
on various topics, but responded with
generalities only. lie announced mat
he would not discuss American poli
tics under any circumstances.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 2.
As a result of .xonsplracy indict
ments returned here by the Brand
jury, the bucket shops in eight of
the leading: cities of the country
were raided today.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. ,Apr. 2.
Six cars operated on the street rail
way wero dynamited today. The
sinkers are evidently striving to ere'
ate- a reign of terror that will pre
vent people from patronizing the
rtTTSRURO, Pa., Apr. 2. Eight
Intlictments wcie returned hero to
day against the city council graft-
CRONSTADT, Finland, Apr. 2.
The Russian submarine Crocodile
sank here today, jfo lives were lost.
Marine Is Rushed And
Beaten Badly By
Last night nt 7 o'clock a mail no
uuineil l I'luirlollo, who whh on hcii
trj dit'y nt llm Nuvnl to.tl pllo, was
tnkPii tiunwaru by six Hiiwalliius nnd
vury bailly nsiiuultPd.
Tho uatlxiH juuiicd tho guard, nnd
lipforu liv (ould draw his bnyouot, thoy
bill thrown 'him to tho ground and
hIiuImI to butt and kick him. Tbo
m.irhip wiih builly bruised and cut by
his iikkiiIIiiiiIs, nil (I reu'iul of his tcoth
wero knocked nut.
Thy iniUcr was inportud to Chief
MpDiiIHo- nnd ho started an Investiga
tion nt (nice, I'lcnilullf) states that ho
h.id had no troiblo with tiny natlvos
and Hint ho Ih nt a loss to account for
thi attack tin hint. Ho is tmabto to
nnmo aiiy tit tho men Vho assaulted
him but thlnkH hu can Idnntlfy theiu
If Ihoy in it, brought before) him.
1'lcarlcllo snis that when thu men
rushed hint mid threw him In tho
ground, hn ilftl his best In get his bay
onct cleur but, failed to d so. As
toon ns tho Huwnllaus released hlin
ho druw his ba)onct, and tho men at
unco took to their heels. McDufllo Is
hopeful' of Inmllng the men beforu
Itiituy IioiiiJ luivo passed nnd they will
gtt Btlff BBii'iincea If touvltted
Homobody pliaso swtar put a soarch
wiirnnt for (ln iw of supply and
ilunmnd- riliHluug Tost,
Cut Once More:!
Full Territory Committee Does
Not Endorse The General '
Increase Recommended ,
The full Committee on Territories 1 10,000; membra if tlm Leglslaturo
f ti, u08o of Representatives illl nt 1800 a compromlso between th-i
,10i niltlrove in Its entirety tho re-prevailing figure nml the JIOOO rcc-
I)(,rt nl t10 Bubcommlttee w
unintended that the salarlc
cs in tno
Oiganlc .Act amendment bill be prac-1
tlcnlly restored to the figures .Inclurt-. Incieascs noi.ttnned will have it
cd In tho bill its Introduced. In jlgcol chance of receiving the In
letter Jo Coventor Frear, Delogato ' drirsemeiit or the Senate when the
Knlilo states that this full committee' unendmciit bill Is rent back to till
report otny approves of tho udvauccij upper house for fiction. dnverno
or (be subcommittee In thrco ln-j Prear stated this morning that hi
Miinccssnlnrles of the Oovcrnor. I expected that tho bill would receive
members or the Legislature, and Clr- final action or the Houso next Wot
cult Judges. j neaday, when the plebiscite retoltt-
The report or the full commltteo Itlnn Ik nlso expected to como up for
puts tho salary or the Governor at' consideration.
SCHOONER ' ALOIIA'
ijeUiwt, .fcA-xK-W-MtwE J;...!' -
Refuse To Leave When
Ordered Ashore By
This morning at about Icvcu o'clock
two pollen olllcors wero sent iliiWn'tn
Hip schooner Aloha, which Is berthed
nt tho foot or Fort street. A call had
been sent In announcing that thrco
IttiRsliiiH had attempted to board thu
pm'l anil talk with two of thtlr conn
lrmen, who nru memUrs of the Ah
Tim mnto of tho schooner ordered
thu UltorH to leavo tho vessel (ml
tiny declined to do so. Ono or them
who speaks u little Kngllsh jelled
out: ".Mo no frald policeman, All
tlmo nu KOilo say 'dam tho Rus
sians;' wp no frald "
When tho ollco oHlcers go down
to Iho ship thoy round that Sorcuson.
tho agent or tho Hallors' Union had
ninniigcd to get tho three Kusslnns to
leavo tho deck. It Ih not known why
Iho Hiiro men wished Io remain oh
board tho Aloha, but some ono stig
gpsted that It was In order to prevail
on tho two Russian members ot tho
crow to strike.
MANY AUTOS IN
Sixty Machines Ply For
Hire On Island Of
Thoro are sixty automobiles in tno
I out service on Oahu, and of this
number fifty- nro In Honolulu aim
the balanto In tno country districts.
Altogether, horovitro C22 machines
registered for this island, and thoro
aro a lot more expected to urrlvo In
tho near future.
Tho rent machines pay n too of
1 per passonger sent per annum,
nnd.ns tho average seating capacity
of the Lars Is five, tho sum of ?3t'J
J paid Into tho treasury every jcar.
Then the atttomobllo has to bo reg
istered as' well, and that costs an
other Sli; a tux of one cent per
pound weight Is also mndo, and, tnk
lug It altogether, tho revenue from
he nutomobllog amounts to a far
sueu sum tit money
On Hawaii there are 98 register
irtl machines, and thoy aro Increas
ing every month, The Illg Island
plantation manugors all havo ma
chines, nnd the doctors run them
close, On Maul there aro about
lUly tars, mid KuunI has almost
be H' nt)',
rcc-linimrndod In the original bill; una
tne circuit Judges nt S4000.
It Is now bollecd that the Hire)
MARIPOSA MAY j
YET BE SOLD
Sonoma And Ycntura
A woll founded rumor seems to pro
-v nil In Oceanic Steamship circles that
tho Mnrliiosa, which for some years
lias Iiolii operated between San Fran
cUco and Tahiti may Join tho Ala
modn and soon fly the houso flag of tho
Alaskn Puckers Cotufmny.
In this uvent thu steamer Honiunn
or thu Ventura, according to a wireless
received b tho Slorrn, will bo placed
on tho run to thu French ixisscsslons
down In tho Bouth seas.
The ui ssagn that round Its way Into
Iho ncelvei or the Slorrn enmo from
Ban trnucisco and was to thu effect
that tho Oceanic Htenuulilp Company
had decided to rcilt tho Sonoma aul
Iho Ventura, both wssels having been
laid up at Oaklnnd Creek for tho pint
Tin Sonoma or thu Ventura could bo
opcraied at latter advantage to Tahiti,
l bolus claimed that the business to
tho South Pacific island Ih now far In
advance of thu rovenuo 'derived from
the Honolulu lino.
It must bo remembered that tho Oce
anic Company derive n substantial
subsidy from tho French government
ami another bonus Is given by tho
Union Stcnmshlp Compan), nnd still
another contilbiitlon comes along an
nually from tho Unltral States gov
ernment. These pajmcntH are mada
lor services tendered In carrying the
mails between Tahiti ami (ho main
land Freight rntos between Sun IVnn
claio mid .tho Fronch possessions nro
also said to bo far In excess or tho
figures realized In tho Honolulu busi
ness. In event or ono or tho largcrlUoati
being suhstlttitty tho other would bo
left froo to handlo special excursion
business or In raso of greatly In
creased tourist traffic to Honolulu, tho
vcsstl could then altonmtu with thu
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ANNAPOLIS, Md., -Apr. 2. The
bill disfranchising the negroes of the
State has gone to the Governor for
"I saw that member of the Legis
lature taking notes," said the ob
sorvuut statesman. "Very foolish of
him," replied the conscienceless
schemer, "It Isn't safe to handle
nil) thing pxiopl cash." Washington
LOS ANGELES WANTS i
DIRECT STEAMER LINE
'Trunk WlgiMis wen t.irj of l
Ihi' I os ,1H'K Clumber of H
, .. cuiomcii" nun mu jiihi hi Hire I
U: loll f o Alices that ho mil Mr tl
tt J, it Vlrai;tof (ht transportation It
h commune n-iuuw me io iiiko a
it mo sage to Itoiiolulti " silii Mr.
it Ciilcr. (he p8rnqer agent of
It I hj Oceanic Klcamnhtp Company,
it this morning t
tt "Ur mn t'nit l.iis AiikoIor litis
tl lnfs men wnijt it dlrict kiiiii
St ship linn lictnrui Honolulu and
tt 8nn I'pdm Ho 'siys tin) nro
K willing til ill) tlintr rturo InwnnlK
n liic'xlng It (ml the) want llono
XI lulu to bo'p,'"
tt Mr Culver his. h'rn rpprcsnt
tl Ing the Ocomlc line In l-on An
tt HiifH for domo tlnm and Ik visit-
t tnu this r!ty after a thrCo eir'
't rbcenc,. from- thin run Ho sni's
't thtt from one hair to 'uothlnh
't of tll tourlr.l riKsrng'rK of Ihn
Oreiiilc line to HomoIiiIii nro
: thorp -vro Jiap conic tlrough
" I.oh Angnlcs
( Special B n 1 1 e t i n Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 2.
Secretary of the Interior Ballinger
announced today that he will insti
tute proceedings against Colliers
Weekly for the publication of arti
cles reflecting on his integrity and
A witness before the Ballinger In
vestigation Committee testified that
Colliers Weekly had stated that it
was worth $5000 or $10,000 for Re
ceiver Dudley of Juneau to go to
Washington and testify in Ballin
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
A1AMEDA. Cal.. Anr. 2. Million
aire Frank Johnson,' an enthusiast
in the matter of air navigation, was
today slightly injured by the wreck
ing of his aeroplane in which he
was making a test flight.
IN ADDRESS DY
In tho editorial columns of tills
moi nlng's paper' tho following np
poured: "Itov, William Olcton took
udvuntugo or a speaker's place at a
public meeting Inst night to attack
Thu Advortlscr-for Its stand on tho
liquor question. Ah Mr. Olebon did
not know what ho was talking about
thcro Is no occasion to reply to
Tho Hnv. William Olesnu wns very
defluito In what ho was talking
about wheii ho addressed the Im
mense audience Inst night, on tem
perance, ut Ccutuil Union church,
"There must bo no half measures;
,t is prohibition or saloons. There
must bo sonnflTTliig definitely settled
ono way or the other at thalcctlon
v (Continued on 'Pace 2)
The deidlock between thu Territor
ial Iio.iid of Immigration mid tho Rus
sians continued tod.t) wl b slight ev
idence ot tho cniilcreucc or jofcti-rdny
having a peiccful ptlcct upon tho now
comers. There were- a few applications
for work upon tue pu, oi some or the
uiuns-r ot tho Russians but tho nuln
Isidy or the Immigrants appear to bo
still tinder the lii.lu'nru or Vlichne3,
The problem will reieli a critical
sta'te Mt inlay, Iho date sol for tho ex
phatlon of Iho fiee commissary do-
paitment ttiat Is being maintained for
the benefit of tho Immigrants b the
Tern orlnl Hoard o,t Immigration.
Vessel Making Very
Little Water , j
Thcro Is n possibility of saving
tho American sihooncrMiithew Tur
ner, which nt present Is ushoro on
tbo reefs near Kabulul, and her ship
ment ot nitrates.
This report concerning tho condi
tion of tho distressed wooden voj
kp vis rcrohod this morning
tluough tho agency of Alexander Ac
The message from thu firm' rep
resentative at Kabulul roads as fol
lows. "lliue Just returned from thoTur
nor. Vessol afloat Tit high water.
Cargo Intact. Vessel making very
little .water. Claudlno will attempt
to pull nor off at high tide at two
o'clock this afternoon. If successful
schooner should be towed to Hono
lulu. Discharge thcro and put on
marine railway. Impossible, handle
this vcssnl'B cargo for thrco wcoks
on account ships already in port."
This message puts a new phaso
upon the trouble- which tho Mathaw
Turner met In going ushoro nt Kn
hulut on last Thursday night.
Tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n's special corre
spondent nt WalluKu sends tho rob
lowing version or thu stranding of
tho Mathow Turnor:
WAILUKU, Maul, Apr. 1. Tho
Mathcw Turner, Captain John Uip-
ng, with about 1500 tons ot nl
truto from Chile, went ushoro nonr
tho Kabulul breakwater at 'tl o'clock
Friday morning during a ruin squall.
l'llut K. II. l'urker was out at tho
time, but Captain I.applpg did uot
notice him in tho squall until too
late, when the vmel had already
gone over a curat bank under her
own sails. When the captain real
ized his portions position he lowered
two anchors nnd signaled for help.
The lug l.esllo Ilaldwln went out,
but owing to the high sens provall
1 tiff was tuiahto to go near enough
to be of uuy servleo, Tho big A.-H.
steamer Mexican was In port
loading sugar ut tho tlmo, hut could
do nothing to help tho vessel In dis
tress. The steamer MIKnhala, from
I.ahaluu, and tug Intrepid, .from Ho
nnlulii, are expected curly this morn
(ng, ,The' Turner Is said Io be lying
on a sandbank now, but there Is a
holo In her bottom and liar rudder
Is already gone Captain Lapping
anil crew aro still on board, but
they havo threatened to abandon tho
vessel If the storm Increases and as
slstanee does not arrho In time.
It was only a few months ago that
the blfi Kngllsh steel ship Alexander
Uluek went ashore art Sprockelsvlllo
nnd became u total wreck wllh her
cargo of nitrate on hoard.
Coirnor Frear ilee'.ttt'd this morn
lug tint Iiu'wuk still hoK.'ful that th
Russians would ste the ernir of their
wns ar.il turn to tho plantations for
the labor that Is offcied them
'The ItiuslAns we're not bioughl
hero lor thu bpniflt lif the I'lanttrs'
AsEoelatloii," declared the Oovernor.
"They were brought here li the Iloiid
of Immigration for the Tcrrltorj be
cniife It wns thought that thoy would
bo n biucfll to Hawaii us a whole Of
course, tho Planti-re hnjo tho most
use for them but that docs not mem
Hint the-j aro here for tho exclusion
benefit of tho Planters' Association'
(Continued on Page 4)
Sierra ,Again Makes
Her Bow To
Cnpt-iln lloudlettc, master of the
Oceanic steamship Hlcrrn, was gltcn
it hearty weleomo iisin his arrival nt
the port last uvenlng In honor of (ho
Initial trip of tho steamer on Iho nen
schedule This Is tho first, visit of tho
Hlcrrn In nearly ftvo years.
Ah n compliment to Captain I loud
Ml" Cipt'tlm Lnwlcss, another old
Hint- Oceanic sklppi r who now pie;
sli'vs over the destinies of tho birken
1 1 no Coronado, dressed ship and this
morning there (IcwUmni tho rigging of
that vessel a variegated assortment of
flags and bunting. -
Tho Slona enmo down In n little
ovor six dn)B, owing to toino difficulty
wllh her innchluery and Iho oil burn
Ihero wns a Joyous reunion of llono-
litltians and practically all tho old
stuff of the satner Alameda when
tho Slerru drew up alongside (ho Oco
unlc wharf Inst evening.
Purser Tom Smith and Dr. Clark
point proudly to a largo pnekagu whim
wits carelessly placed tiin an nOlca
shelf, nnd which retained Us precari
oiih position during tho cntlru tojiige.
Tho fact that Iho bundle wns not ills
lodged wus due solely to tho stable
qualities of the good ship Hlerra wliltli
Is dtclirtil by thfj officers as Ik Ing as
"steady as a nick."
'Tor the first fow dnyB I had ttl
call a room boy to show mo tho way
to ni) oftlce," stated Purser Smith up
on arrival lust night, "I like this ship
now lint I lunu become ncqunlnteil
with her and sho make's up In In
creased comfort, what wo may havo
lost by the passing of tho old Ala
Slight trtmblo was experienced with
tho oil spreaders that miulo tho rais
ing or steam In the boilers at tlniuit nn
titifcrtulnty. This hits been roniPdlt'd
nini Hie bust tlmo inudti by thu Hlurrv
wns am miles .thu last day out or Ho
The vessel enmo up to quiiranlluu
thorily liuforu 9 o'clock last ovcnlng
ami was nt hnr dock before 10 o'clock
Sho arrived with seventy passengers
In the cabin and sovorul In the steer-
ago. Cloven hundred tons or general
cm go Intituling four motor cars ar
rived, Thtt vessel brought 2,ir, mitk-i
of mainland mall as well ns a qinutlty
or cxpicsa imitfcr,
Tho officers of tho Sierra uro ns fol
lows II C. Iloiidlctle, commander.
J. II. Trnsk, ehlcr officer; B. Church
chief engineer; O, W Clark, surgeon;
T. C Smith, purser; J. Cnrleton, chlof
stoward; J, II. Spllers, wireless opor
utor; Miss Coombs, stewardess.
"Ufo la all right," rejoined Iho op
timistic man. "If nu only look upon
Iho bright sldo of It."
ill Has j
WASIIIN0T0N. D. 0, Apr. 2.
The House today pasted the employ- i ,
ciV liability hill and it has now ij
gone to the President for signature.
FLIER LE BLAND
FELL' TO DEATH
SAN SEBASTIAN. Spain. Apr. 2..
Lc Bland, the Trench nvtntor, was
killed here today wlulc making a
flight. Something went wrong whilsj
he was high in the air. and he fell .
with his aeroplane on the rocks. y
pr. ', Mi-
chad J. Conboy, tlto policeman who
shot nnd killed a vomitr man named
Icgon, was today convicted of man-1!
slaughter. Conboy wns intoxicated
at the time of the tragedy nnd was
put on trial for murder in the first
degree, but the jury di5nBTccd.
CHINA DRINOS -
Oricnlol Passengers Leave
Steamers A I This
Slindeu of I'erclalroui)
Jntk"! The Pitclflc Mall linen CbTnaS
from Hongkong a JniMiiGso iwrlutf
drow up alongside 0f tlic ChaunSlf
wluirf nt in o clock MiIb uiornlnglniriln
.i ..I...., ....... ,.i ........ -. -?.jrfj
" l'itiieii inrnij inn liuuilienai paCH
ngiH or piiiitiii "' .in
Incluiltd In Hie number of cabin nnctl
sled ago. pusseO'ra to unvef ut 'IIc71
liolulti tills nitniilng Ih u party 'of'
( V 1,1,1 ,. I ,. n 11 ,. lit... ,,l... t.n... I. .....!
leirullfd by Missrs Pen Istroua u.iylH
Atkinson and I'liibarked on (ho China
nt Kobe, Japan I
-'.-.J V.,,, .UC.,t,d 11, II1IU (.'llll .,
Tht'so peoplo temt) here ostensibly j
In wprk on tlm sitgur plantations of,
llnwnlt, provided tho outost ot I(us
Man iigltntorn do not i.'o Hieni llrntj
and ib feat tho piirKiso tor which tboj
Inlfiilgrnnts io iicrtilted. jK
Iho China bioughl 17 cabin pnsseiKJJ
gera for Hits port, but Ihoy nra,nl(qfJ
Oilentnl tli tli. Those wbd lift ,tlu
ship tueliiilt d I Japanese nud 13 Chin
nt'sn In Iho Hteerai.o weru 13 Janalifj
ese, VI Cbliipsi', 'ii Ittirnlans, andtE
lono lllndoa M
Tlm Ilnst liitllnu will dnubltess fqlA
low tho fiHilstcps of all lilt prttU'Ccstl
Bors who havo jilt tho Hawullau trnllfl
and, aftei loninlnlng nt tlduoliilu forJ
roM'rnl wirka In older to lircomotnjgf
cllinalcd nud imtulro it hull of "Ht.lty
rlothes," he will tnkn up Hio, Journeyy,
to Van I'rnuclsco and Join liui Inrguj
Hindoo iolon on Hip Const, whonrol
building mainland lallroadi ' i.J
'I tip China Is leaving for HiPCpisti
nt f, o'elotk this eueiilng KoVputy'-IUoi
tons or Oriental flight Is.biilngv. dli-l
ehitrgtd nnd Iho HipT will tutcp, on sb--.
ornl hundred tons of eosl. TJirough,
cargo amounts Io ubotil Ivvu'lbouEand
tons. ' Vv
t'nptaln Dinlel 1'rlt lv.iioitH rqii,li '
wtntber frnni tbo tlmo nf rjilllur frnui
YnKol utnii ui'tll the IshuidavvOro pick ,
Pd up nlnp dau later Th4 good'old'
China bumptil n Utile bll, but then she'
Is a pretty steady rnft nnd (io pas
sengera suffere'd po lot onvenleiico '
Thu list of cabin pUHseuccrH for thu
mainland Is nbout equally divided be
tween tho Kuiopeans nnd thoscTof Orb
ontnl birth. . i' jj- 1
Tho Qlflna will carry thomall and
will nlso tnko a s,uiall getiojal cargo
for San Krancsco, ' s r i
" ei' ?
V auLUETiNoa'AY Vw
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