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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4184.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY Or HAVAH, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE S CENTS
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Quarantine Island Commissary
Closes Talk of Buying
Ordered Id depart after noon In
ilay from their iin.il Ictm lit Qn.iriin-
I I nc Island, mur elRht hundred
homeless Itusslan liuiulRrnlilH dime,
lulu 'llonolutii this nflernnon, t lu
lu. ijoilty of IIiciii uppniclitly ht III iln
tornilncil not In nciept tho work uf
feird upon tlio plantations.
It was planned In older I lie Uui
sliuis to leave (Jimru nt t tic Maul
after hre.nkf.ist this morning, lint It
wiih llnn'l) dc'lded to allow tlietn
to remain until thn afternoon, t'pon
tlio (diirludoii of Hie midday ineil,
preparations worn Immediately be
Run for miimliii; the leiitH, which
wan undertaken tuiih'r I ho illri'cllnii
of Colonel Juliet of tin National
It iluvcjnpeil this inoruliiR lli.it at
least one of the IninilKrants-bcllcv-t-il
liy the authorities to ho tho iIIb
litrher VJschneff has ni.nlo threat)
that plncr himself In Jcnpanty of i
criminal priiMccutlnii. A Russian
hoy about elRhtcon years of iirii
went to tho Capllol Sntunlay, anil
III appealing for work bald that he
wished to leave ills fcllow-ioun try
men, because ho feared that there
mlRlit ho periods ttniihlc Thn youth
U. 8. Will Pay Wage
Government Responsible Under Terms
Of The Employers Liability
The United BtatcH Gincrnuient hat
decided that under the terms of tho
Kmptojors I. lability Act tho widow of
D.inIiI Mahu, tho Hawaiian watibnian
who whb murdered on tho Wnlurtown
U. 8. reservation liy. Aiidcmm Graco,
Is entitled to lecelve tho wncos for her
dead husband for n period of uiio j ear, I It Art. I so remarked to a local Army
dating from ibu day of his death at thu'otllcer and wnH Hiirprlscd to learn tint
hands of Oraco. j nrtlou had already been taken and
That tho Washington nntbiirltles do-( that Mrs. Mubu had iccelted tho first
elded In pay Mrs, Mahu under tho n)- payment of $108.00 Sntunlay and will
plication of, tho Employers l.lablllt) reecho $45,110 per month for a year.'
Art enmo as a (omplcto surprise lol Anderson Cracn, tho negro who
United Htates District Atturney lliec- munloii'd Mahu, Is imw serving u
koiiH, who discovered that tho action ' life senteneo for his crime.
Olaa Bonds Sold At 94.50
And Pew Sales On
rourtecu thousand dollars' worth
of Olaa fin were hold In tho local
market at 9l.no, according In tho
nutation of between hoard sales of
the BtocU KxcliaiiRo today. One
thousand dollars of tho Kauai Hall
way Oh mid nt t00.7n.
That was nil tho business between
hoards, and live Kwa at ,11. HO, (If-
teon Olua at !.7u, and llyq Hunch-
10 constituted Ihe limit of,
tho business done, nt today's session,
Inactive but very strong In so fal
Hinted that there were tiiurmurlnRS
of ,i p an to pm chime rovnhcrs and
resist nil) attempt to cocrre. them
Into roIiir to work, lie Ht.itcd fni
ther that some of tho illstnihcis
Ini.iBlned that If they were armed
with ioo'crs they would recc.
more consideration at tho hniiih of
the novel nineiit.
'I'lieie will ho no moio audi
eneen, was the positive-declaration
made thla morultiR by Itlchard hcrK,
III" pioaldelit of the Ho ird of 1 III ml-,
Rrnlloii, In icferiliiK In Hid pollcyi
lo he now puiKiied In dciilltiR with
the ItiiBbl.lUK Thern him liecliK
e'longh tall,," added the president ot
tho Hoard of luitulRriillnii, mid he
then declared that thn HiishI.iii fien
ininmlKb.iry would positively cense,
operation this .afternoon and tho
Russians would IciiVQ Quarantine
Island. . '
It It stnted that n number of the
ImmiKratilK are anxious tn.u In
work, hut are Intimidated by thn
llstuibers mill particular!) liy Vli
chncfT, who Iiiih been prnnilsliiK all
kinds of reward for tliino who stand
by him and decline tho ronccsslon
of tho Planters' Association
had been Inkcn after ho had decided
to make n similar iccommoiidiitliui In
the willow's hehalf.
"It was while. I was rovlowliiR souio
of tho evidence In tlio ease," said Mr.
llicckons this moraine, "that I thought
that Mrs, Mahu might ho entitled to
soinelhlni! under Iln, IIniDlmerH I.labll
.. ,,,,'... ' i between Ecuador and P.cru.
as tho dividend stocks nro conccyi- - -
cil, Ues up thn condition of the, quito, Ecuador, Apr, 4. Peru's
niurkot today, as It htm for tho laBt,flni, flyillK ovcr tll0 consulate in this
ton iinyi). citv was dcscciatcd today by n mob
......., L..h,'n ,m,t, ...nun ,,, .u
n homo of tho nuotutloiiH. Thn hid.
In soiiio of tho quotutl
for Hawaiian Commertlal Is 4'.'.2n,l
with -IIS asked. Thn lust salo wiih
at 'l. Holders of'U'alalua nro ask-
lui! 140. while tho hid has advauced
to l:t(i. llalkn Is innresnntnil an lin-l
iiiR hold at 155, and fain nt H9.I
Another quotation on raw Hiicur
ami wiiuo loosonliiB up of tho local Jiominmcu ior promuiiuu to uic oi
money market nro what nro wanted Ace of admiral today.
to Ih'M: tho maiket
S. KAWJIIHOA OEAD
(Special II u 1 1 (i 1 1 u Wireless) it
Wnlluku, Maul, April l.-Kul- ii
ii onion Kuwallioa, who wan at one ii
it time a member1 of tho Tcirltoilnl ii
Itcprt'Bontatlvos from it
it Moloknl. died Ibis forenoon lu II
it Wnlluku ii
i ii ii ii ii it it it ii ii ii ii it tt ii tt ii i!
ROOSEVELT'S REFUSAL TO VISIT
VATICAN EUROPEAN SENSATION
JiUNILA. Apr. 4. Japanese spies
who were enptured whiie tryinu to)
secure photographs of the defenses!
at Correcidor were rclcnsed from
custody of the Philippine officials on'
an order from Secretary of Wnr'
Dickinson at Washington. j
ECUADOR MOBS I
OUAYAQUIL. Ecuador. Apr. 4.
Mohs nttneked the legation of the
I Peruvian Government today, as a re
sult of the tense feclinir that exists
and property of Hie consulntc Uc
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Apr. 4. ,
Captains Marshall and Thomas were'
Tho funeral servlirs over Ihe n
mains of Mrs tldm Kellcy will h
held Hits afternoon nl 1 o'eloek from
lite residence on I'llknl stiiel Tho
services will be pilvalo. only rela
Tho talk about derlatliiR Ihe Muni
tion "no inco" has no foundation nut
thn pilzos ru ti tho men ami 'Ihijh
who Rot Urn places i'Hlanliiy
There woro onl Iho cases on tho
police com I eli ndar Ibis motnluii
uinl JudRP Audrndfl only tat for a
short tlmo oi( iho bench.
, mtimMi wftmmsmwnx'AimifSts
flias,-'SK?5- j. -' "i t ri jSmhis DESK xu
iB JiMvjTrto?P;i-virVMl.'' !i?vMiilL.
CHINESE TOOK ONE
AND WA1LUKUS ONE
tt (Hpeclal II i 1 1 e 1 1 11 Wildest-) ::'
tt Wallukil Maul. Apill I Sat-
!S uidni s liioelrill guile hi-tun-n ii
St lht C'hluuse leant fioui HoiijIiiIii U
wiih playi'l at Kahiilul Iho sroro tt
being Honolulu Hi. Wallukus It tt
!: lh, Siiiud.iv nine, nlocd at St
it Wo Is Park risulled .in a score ttj
tt or Honolulu ' Wnlliil.us 2. ",
s: u it tt :: n i: :t it :: :: s: :: :: it :: it
131LL .lU j jtoME, Apr. 4. Col. Ilooscvclt's
TTp.T T" TTp CpTTTCJ action in refusing to call on Pope
nvj-iu ur oi mo ri3 jf the ali carricd witll it tt
oblignlion to not call at the Method
fSn?rial Bulletin Cabls.) jst eollcRe, has crcnted a profound
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 4. 'sensation throufihout this city and
TIic United States Government will the country i-cncrally.
uruc forward a bill framed to deter I While there is sharp discussion
fcieigncrs from actine; as snies of;and diilercncc of opinion, the inci
fortifications and other Rovernmcnt dent has not reduced the enthusiasm
work of defense during times of, with which Hoosevclt is received
peace, carrying a heavy penalty for .'everywhere. (
conviction. Today he visited the Kine of Italy
This legislation is bcinp; brouRhtiRnd on his way through the streets
about by the numerous eases of spies was cheered by the people, who
dcmk cntiRiix manine aaxa ot lonin-
cations, especially the late case of
Japanese in the Philipnines.
(Special Iln lie tin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 4. All
arrangements have been made for
Jeffries to go into actual training at
his camp tomorrow.
l",UUolL V JLLi 1
(Special Bit 11 Clin Cable)
nOME, Apr. 4. Colonel Boose
veil has arranged to meet cx-Chlcf i
Forester Pinchot Rt Genoa, Italy, on
April 11. I
I-coilB Dal Hie Walnliui
t 1"r fif Iiimi?"
wis admitted to hilt lu
the sum of $i)n al ihe police coirt,
111 Ih uioiiiliiR
Ham "No M " who was ai rested for
booze IIrIiIIiiR furfelled his ball thin
moriiluR at tho (kjIIco court.
DO NOT WORK
Tho falluio of loriuer View I'reRl
dent l.ilriaiiks in visit llin Viillcin
caused paitlciilnr HilcriMl to he altadi
I'll In tho cuiiiIiik of HimuuvgU t" Hi"
I.teinal C'liy nhlrh Iiiih icsulli'd l'i
more of a sensation th.in tin I'.ib'
Hncd the route taken by his car-
At the palace Colonel Itoosevctl
was most cordially received b'y Kinc;
FALMOUTH. Enc;,. Apr, 4, Twcn-
i m k
ty-onc men lost their lives today iniHunduy tho 17th. Tho exact date,
a collision between a British shin! however, has not been settled- on,
and an unknown vessel. The British, Mr Tnkled.i, iho mamiRer of th
ship sunk, but the fate of the other
Ore., Apr. 4,-
Stcictarv Williams, who was a
! member of President Orant's cabi-
f ,,;., , (J
' " " " ' . JTf;
Teek 1 tb Kim) who Is dial Red with
assault and Inltoiy had his cuso gent
f mill um uiibu Bflll
at tho iHilleo court'
over till April 5
' this morning.
Die For Crime
Affirms Sentence of
WASHINGTON. D. C. Apr. .
The United Slates Supreme Court nf
flrms the death sentence passed upon
John Wynne. MONK, j
The ikUiloii or the t'nlliil Ht.iteu
Huprnie Court the IiIkIiimI tiibuia!
In the laud. tetH a llll.ll Mil to 111"
fall of John Wynne bt tt is ronvlc
il In h rnlle I Stal s lllolrlet Cn.irt
hefoio .ludse Hole for murili r In 111"
llrst ihwc mill H'nleneel to deilli
flic rrlmo for wblili Vnue iniii.t iK,-
upon tho kiIIowh n committed on
r!eplemhi I'dtli t'.i"7, wli'-li he mar
deiol riih'f Kni;liiivr Airluli1 I M
Klniiou of the Oil Coiiipin.v'H trinsDoil
ANOTHER MAN RUN
, DOWN BY AUTO'
Japanese Is Dashed To
Ground By Car-
this morning nl u qnartcr to nine
o'clock a Japanese mimed Nlshlmn
was tin over liy an autunioblle on
"'l sticet between Krlioo) and Vine
il linn lenderid unconscious at
tiie A hick driver noticed tho nuiii
icr or Iho ar tint did tho dnmiiRo and
1)- says that It wiih I.S0. Tho hack
drhnr aim Mutes that tho niitodhl
not slop after hlttlni; Iho .Inpiinesd
Nlvhlnm wiih 'it tlrst 'taken hiimc.
whetii his wlln tried in ntlciid to him;
hit"" oi tho Injured man was taken
to iho Japanese hospital, where ho was
iiliiilltnl for trcutiii-nl.
Automohllo ISU Is n Klstcred by A
It. Kejs. and the hackdrlver Is sure
that that was the number of Iho ma
chine that struck thn .Inp.iiicMt
SPECIE BANK READY!
Elaborate Plans May Be
-Made For Opening
KterythltiR Is In reaillnesH for tlio
olllrlals of Ihe Yokohama Kpeclu Hank
In nlnndoii their ImnkliiR establish
incut nbovii Wall, Nlihob Co. on KIiir
street, and mine Into the new mid
handsome hulhlliiR nhlih has Just been
completed inniikn of tho polled Ma
lion The new stiucture will ho oe
I'jiplcil by the middle of this mouth
porslhK on Bntiirilay, iho Pi. or on
'. sttiiil this tnnrnliiR th.it tho now
hauklUR establishment will be occii
tiled vriy bluntly Ho Intends to lnvc
an iippiuprlaln ceremony on I bo open
Ini: day Airanr.eim.'nls 'nro heliiK
made which If ovcrylhotiR rooh well
Iho muni will bo celebrated In Krnnii
h""'0 Jlr- Tokleda has had chnriio
'of iho local bankluR business of tho
Hpoclii Hank many linpioved systcuia
lintn hecn adopted for tho hcnufll of
the customers. It Is generally liollovnd
that once tho now- lank Is occupied
1110 Reuerill lll01ie Will OO IllOrO tliaUju toilinj hiiuisu), wul-ii PCI-M Ulla
pleased to find tho cunllal and kindly mornlus, admitted that ho la out (enj
(Continued on Pace 2) l (Continued on Page 2.) .
.. . ........ ..... . .. i
Ki . "ii i mi tiHc the cr ,-l b n Ij try?
In In h iiti'M of Honolulu
Tb- oililein at the trial 'honed..
tint Ihe Iniintrr )t MeKlnli'in JT LOld
I' lei iitul ni'mrdlited althdiiElL J
there was onifl cildilief ! Hie effeci '
tint Wmiiii- niil been iiriliKlur u"ioi
... - 5T.
he enti'i'il th" ribln ill lili (iceplny
'tliii and imllilel fa'nl wounds with'
Th" iinl l.-sti'.l t' lily 'iliya anil
Hie niini'il v.i- t il -if In Ihe t'nltcd
St Hi' iliipu me Courl on a writ of tr
ier It Ii in il'i ;" Ii Tt tlio United
Ktil'n C"Ui' r, w M bout lurlvdlctloii
l'i l' the el-e It llivllli: l)"eil prtj
I ib ullhlii Ilia WlsJIi'leii of tho
Te torlal roiirto
MAY BE SAVED-
Attempt Will Be Made
There Is ct bono for the savins
of Ihe American schooner Matthow,
Turner, vthlih went nslioro nlf ITb-J
I) ii I ii I Inst week and wns first r
porled iih lieliiR III gravu da ngeri'iiM
Kol ok In pieces nil tho reefs. JA
A wlieless messiiKi! received lit tUT
iilHin uf Alexander & II i til win' ntiii
made puhlle this inornhiR cdtimi
1 1 inn mo ivanuiui leprrsniiiuiiinni
the (.mi. Ho wires at follows:' jf
' llavo In en personally nil liunrit
Turner. Khe lien In tweUe feet -;
lor nil iirnuud at, low tide, poiitiillu
snine, hut not Jieay. l"0lir fl'fjil
water lu hold, carr.o in tlrst-clasa"
(oudltlou Am puttlliR a riiiir on to
iiKiiier tdifjii aiiu mihu on ktviij vz,
thiee hundred tons Him will tbaVi
bn IIrIiI I'lioiicll lu come off reef,
Send Intrepid up Immediately with
steel hawter. Weather mo'lcratlnrc;.'
smooili seas on Kahiilul, No break
erH to i.peak of Itcport of mull
lion of eK'l rUcii hy crew yeateM
POEPOE OUT FOR
Aylctl, Kunihca, Baker
J M foepoe. editor (if Ko
Alna. Ii, the latent would-be, candb
dale lor iiniiit attorney mi , tijoj
Democratic pait This fact wiTs
liiiidn known at n political inectliii
held but (Saturday night lit kain7
iilm. fucpuo made a puhlle cpeeciij
aiiiioiiiitlnt; his rc.illiick-a to llRht foi
Die iioiuluatlon at the convention.
After ihe miiM-i tlitrt--thu'0 M)l
era limn annus 'bo audlenco
ulcpptd fuiward and ttgued tlio Dent
ocrntlc book nt enrollment .
The piliulii.il speaker Saturday;
nlRht wiih I,. I, JUC.imlleba, tia
Dciuocr.ille i.iiullilato for Illcr;ato
to I'oiiBrcfcs.' llo dwelt upon thol
laud matters and was cnthusia'&tlcat
ly applauded ' ,
foepoe. tlio prospective candidate