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From Ran Francisco:
Nippon Mara Apr.
For1 Pan t-mneisco:
Manchuria . v Apr.
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4S88.
PEARL HARBOR DOCK STEM IS RESTORED
ROOSEVELT'S MASONRY IS CRITICISED
Question Validity Of Execu- '
The President if Iho United States
illil not., possess .legal authority to
piomulgato tho exccutlvo order tlmt
csulted In tho establishment of tho
Hawaiian Island bird reservation,
uccorilliiR' to the rontontldnstht
wcro made this morning by A. A.
Wlldor, attorney for Max Schleni
mcr, In tho United States District
Tho attorney)) for Schlcniiuer
Thompson, demons & Wilder at
tacked the validity ot the Indict
ment relumed against Schlemmer by
the United Stntcs Oram! Jury on n
number ot grounds. A uuuilior ot
new points wcro advanced this
mo nil up by "wilder, whllo Uultca
States District Attorney Ilrcckons de
fended tho true bills , returned
ng"alnst,Bchlentmor and declared that
It would bo a traversy of justice to
the attorneys for Schlcmnior.
In tho course of his argument,
Wlldor declared that tho President
of tho ifnltrd States could only bo
empowered ' to establish a bird res
ervation throuch direct authoriza
tion by Act of Congress, which wba
Over Fifty Have Been
Assigned By The
MakPwe sugar iiliiutatloii, and In
fact moul any sugar estate located on
flic Island of Kauai, appears to havu
tho call with tho Itiisslan immlgraiits
wlm iiro ut present guests of tho city
of Honolulu audSioldlng almost hourly
(MiuferoncoH nmong themselves, regard-
Itirr llii.li riilnr.t linn nf nrllvllv
Over at tho platiturs-recruiting she-l
eighteen men cloven women and twon-
ty-oight children havu sought shelter, Captalt Hydo, master of tho Mal
um! food slued Iho llrsl part of tho bon Navigation tug Intrepid, return
week. The heads of these families C(, from ,,clirl Hru()r yjfc ,rnliig,
have agreed to Iho torms as set forth ,)r, back Mho hark Andrew
by tho cmpojiig planters anil a Hum- ,,,, B . ,. , ,,.., ,. i..i,
her of the lato arrivals have been sent .w?lch- Cal,,aln " lo hs 8ub,n'1 "
to tho other Islands. ICI' n rol,ort concerning tho partlcl-,
'In nlmoia every enso. tho largo map patlon of tho intrepid In. pulling tho
of tho, Garden Island proves Iho load- Turner off her dangerous position,
stono of attraction for tho prospective The Mntson tug departed for th
laborer. The)' all express a maikcd bi-oiio of trouble Immediately upon
aloha for Knual as a bcoiio for futuru ( rCe0pt of a wlrolcss from Knlinlul.
Tho oniclals who have tho engage' T" t,,B )v',s "" 0 ,1,aml aml """
ment or Iho Inhorers In charge aro at a (!Ht,to,tl' yc8Bcl
a loss to qullo iindeistand (be decided Tiic- llnrted States revenuo cutter
prererenco as oxprosbed by tho Hits- Thetis ulso pulled out of Honomlu
sinus. I harbor for tho scene of disaster and,
It Is conceded that Ihuro Is not suf- acting upon orders received f'.-om
r.clonl demand for labur on that Is- Washington, wont prepared to as
land for all applicants, and homo must B,t , w towards saving tho
tako up work on Islands other than i,,,
Knual If they coiiirt-nt with tho lla-, ", ,, , p , , ,
wallnn PlaiiterH1 Association I Tll Aloxander & Ilaldwlii rcpro-
Tho MaUnn Navigation steamer HI- sontatlvo at Kahulul has reporto.l
Ionian, which sailed for Poit Allen last that the. Thetis succeeded In drag
on enlug, carried eight men, two womon glug tho Turner iipproxlmatcly one
and flvo children. Out of Iho total hundred and twenty feet, when the
nnmncr who nnvo enroiieu ni mo piani
era' liendqunitors several families
weie persuaded lo go to Kwa.
Those who linvi! conio hi under thn
siujar planters' b-inner tiro provided
with roniforlahlit quartern and are get
ting on the outsldo of tlireo suustnn-i
tlal meals each nay.
' inUnllii lUlllUlll
A dance mil no given tonight at tho
Moina Hotel In honor of iho iiasscn.
wldch wlllarrlv "this anenloom "
Armv, tnvy and tiiiMisfolk aro cor-
lacking In this Instance. Ilo uNo
u luted out Hint' the Indictment fail
ed to Kporlfy that tho birds which
fell a victim to the poachers were
natlvo birds, a spcclflcatlnu neces
sary to bring them within tho'
clusi.es covered by tho exccutlvo
In defending the terms ot tho In
dictment ngulnst Schlcmmcr, ilrcck
ons insisted that It was going .to
nhaiifd lengths to question the valid-j
Ity of the Indictments Just because
they did lift specify tho namo uti
the ship that brought tho JapancMJ
to Lay nan territory of tho Unltoil
Stales and In violation or tho Im
migration laws. '
"Wo have evidence In our posses
sion," asserted llreckons. "to show'
.. . .. l
mat these men are illegally in
tho country, brought here by Mr.
Schlcmmcr. Are we to be prevented
from showing this because wo-do not
known positively' the' namo of tho
vessel bringing them?"
.Illilrrn I? m1 nit I ut n nllnwnil fl vn ilti t a
for the attorney for tho defense to!
Die a memorandum of tho cases cited
In support of his contentions.
WHO SAVED THE
Thetis Helped Out But
There Were Some
There aro those In Honolulu who
tako strung exceptions to tiio state
ment that the United Stales revenue
cutter Thetis ulono and slngle-hanl-oil
saved the American schooner M.
Turner from destruction on tho reefs
"im mmm mo oiiuiii.-u
harbor of Knhuliil
government vessel doslstcd and tho
master of tho Turner Bent down two
anchors In order that tho schooner
would retain her position and not
go fartUcr on tho roofs. v
Accoidlng to tho pcoplo on the
. MntBon tug Intrepid, It Is contended
I that iho Thetis did not uiovo tho
i Turner over eighty fcot.
I Alexander & llaldwln's rcpresou
tutlvcs stutn that tho Turner was
taKo" ln tow y tho "ttl0 ,i,k i'08-
Ilo llaldwln and tho Intrepid thq
morning following tho pulling opor-
utlons by tho Thetis. Tho two tug
B1,CCCC(iea in dragging tho Turner
J'o deeper water with the rising o.
"' U'l". "! li" was llnally towel
(Continued on Page 0) ,
'10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1010. 10 PAOES.
Kill SUGGESTS COASTWISE
BOYCOTT ,T0 MERCHANTS
A practical rciummcndallnu that the
biislnesH Interests of llawa.l Hull uto,
a boycott against I'aclflu Oust manu
facturers who mo active. In lliu oppo
sition In the usi.igo of tho isi.istvvlsu
Mispeiislyn lull at tho present hchsIoii
of Congress In con allied In .i c.iolo
that has been iccclvcil Jointly by 'io-!
sldont Wnldron of Iho McrcliuniH As i
serlillon anil President Morgin d tho
ClnniliT of v'ommriro fioiu Delegate
Kuliio at Washington.
The exact wonllng of tlu cablo Is
ant now obt-ilnnblc hut tho fee that
It bus been received In tho gcuer.it
PARIS, Apr. 8. Issues of the cler
ical press a-"carine today take up
the Roosevelt-Vatican incident very
vigorously. All of these organs of
the church criticize Roosevelt for re
ceiving the Freemasons of Rome
while he was visiting in that city.
HE SEES FORTS
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 8. Lord
Kitchener, who is visiting the city,
spent today in viewing the fortifica
tions of the harbor, accompanied by
representatives of the army and
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 8.
John R. Glavis, the principal wit
ness in the case against Secretary
Ballinger, lies been accused of con
cealing official letters. '
KNOX JR. EARNS $40
ON FIRST WEEK OF TOIL
PltOVIDKNCB (K. I.). Mnrch. 1!).
iWhen Philander C. Knox Jr. ro
turned to fils young wife, at their
llltlo Hat, H7 llcncnt street, this
uftornoon attor completing his first
weok's work as an aulomohllo salcs
inati, he was In a Jubilant and happy
niotid, having In his pocket tho llrsl
wages ho ever earned in his Ufa for
regular employment which, with his
commissions and allowance, amount
ed to about ltd.
There was not the slightest hesi
tancy about him as ho ran through
tho door and grchtcd Mrs. Knox,
explaining to her the tact that ho
had earned his llrsl mouoj; anil was,
thorcforo, truly ulilo to support her,
as ho had promised to do.
AT TARGET PRACTICE
WASHINOTON, Murch St. It
must bo pretty hard to shoot at u
t.trgct whllo snakes aro curling
around jour legs, yet that' Is what
tho bluejackets In tho Philippines
have been doing, according In an
official report to tho navy depart-
h'nslgn Morrison, who conducted
tho target practice nf tho mon on tho
Cnllao at the naval range at I.on
gupo, saya U Is the most difficult
run go tli.it can be Imagined,
The time keepers of the skirmish
guns wore kent busy killing tho
j snakes that wore crawling around
Hie men lying on the ground llrlu
at tho target.
jfjjAl,D'Ll'k.M'1lr) AV PAY
tenor mention was continued this af
ternoon by Mr. Wnldron.
Ilo did not statu that' tho cablo di
rectly 'advocated Iho Institution of a
tmjeott against tho Pacific Coast busi
ness men who nru maintaining tin null
coastwise suspension lobby at Wash
ington. Ho did state, however, that
the eabto suggested that "wo divert
our business lrom thoso who arc ac
tive in the opiKi' Ition tho shorter
nml uglier term for which would n
penr to b" boycott and nothing less
w Waldion was not Inclined ln
make any lengthy explanation of the
OBSERVATORY IS ALLAnr Uorhnr
READY FOB HALLEY'S UOI ildl UUl
' CQMET ....
The Kalniiilil Ohservntory will bo
officially opentMl tills cjcnlng, and
ill who liiivo'I in a substantial way
nseltted ln Us erection have been In
vited to have a peep at the sky. Pro
fessor Dnnaghho will bo on linnd and
give every ujstanco to those who
wnril 'to havei 'look.-
After tomonow' the ohservntory
will lin ttirnwit m.nfi l,t llin imlille
.. .......... w,,.. ... ...v ,.......v
and all interested In things limi
iwniKiors iii me sk- wiii,iio given f0re the House toQay, and alter an
chanco lo see. extended discussion the item pro
All of Iho Instruments have not viding larger appropriations Jor in
benn Installed as jot. Tho big time- creasing the naval docks at Poarl
kcopcr has not been placed jet. uud Harbor, Bremerton and New York
there aro scleral oilier instruments
inosUusefiil to tho science that have
not boon ndjustod.
Tho cloudy weather which ha
inutniiiii mi uuj. inivn inn boo mm pi coal on wie xRcino voasi lor xne
promlso of a good vlow ttnlgbt, butlihipi operating. in Pacific waters. It
tliero nro plenty Interested In tho also -vo'.td down an increase of ap
work to keep tho professor biiBy ex- pjopjriauon to provide, for carrying
piainn:g uiings tor uib ncxi iwy
weeks, a duty which he suyH that bo
will willingly perfiirm. ProtesBor,
iuimgiiiio win Bivu muni iuui mi- autnomett tmi year remains at two,
Hon on tho heavenly bodies to Hioso.v ,i , - ,
,.,... ...in nL.. I i r
Tho near approach of Halley'i
f'liinui win ui;iiu nv viiniii in ni'i
l.uiiir.lj.... ..,lt., iw.i.iiIiii-
"""" ' "","'";'
RARE ISLAND BIRDS
Dowsctt And Watcrhousc
Come Jo Rescue Of
liwis And Oos
All Hawaiian blids, at least tho raro
species, which aio fast disappearing
from the mountains of Hawaii nel, arc
to enjoy Ufa unmolested for mhiiu
time. This conclusion was renched ut
a meeting of tho Hoard of Agriculture
and Kerestry, held yesterday afternoon
in tho basement of tho oxccutlvo build
ing. These bountiful birds, Including
llwl, oo and other lino species, wilt
bo piotictcd from tho hunter, and
mil) taken or killed for sclentlflr pur
poses, and then only with proper per
mit At Iho meeting of the Hoard yester
day. Miss Aniilo M. Alexander ad
dressed n letter to tho Hoard, asking
permission for Iho collection o( IIik
wiillan birds lif raro species. Shu
wanted them for iclenllllc ami 'jxper
Imeiitul purposes, Hlie nlso futiilshod
a list of Iho birds desired,
After Iho letter had been rend by
Prenlilpnt Marslon Camptioll, Com
missioners J. M Dowsott uud Albert
Wntcrhoiise, both of whom mo wejl
acqualn'ed with kiriiltboluglcal condi
tions In Ihu Islands, entered their
kues In Iho matter. They Blu'iM
that tho raro species referred to worn
rast becoming extinct, and that Ihu
granting of a permit to Miss Alex
ander would but fill ther lesson tho
rani species of hip's which aro fast
disappearing from Hawaii's, mountains.
Thoy moved that thn letter ho referred
buck to It. 8 llosmer superintendent
of forestry, (or further consideration
(Continued on Page 2)
the news and hence
teuiH of the cablo but It in believed
that the Imiortanl and far reaching
suggestion will bo pr6sfntcd formally
to tlii) consideration of both the Cham
her (if Coinmcico and tho Merch.iits
Clm'ormir J'roar stBted this morning
that he did not receive liny cablo fiom
Kuliio hearing iixin Iho coastwise Sus
pension light be) ond tho notification ot
the favorable reirt by tho IIouso
Commlttie. ilo Intimated however,
that he was nwnru of tlir terms of
the cable M'ir to Vyalilroii and Morgan
by tho Delegate
WASHINGTON D. C. Afcr. 8.-
nAuUlllUlVU) Vt V.i Alli O.
The navalajproprifttion bill was be-
scvcn hundred feet Were rein'
xhe House rejected the amend-
menLoffered to cpmpel the purchase
coai for ne navy in American ves
lei. -, ,.
Tlle number of battleships, to be
JJOW AT GENOA
GENOA. Italy, Apr. 8. Colonel
ltooseveit ana his party arrived ncrc
mikes two mm
OF HR FROM OIE
llousenlven of Honolulu should bq
Interested In a wonderful new machine
hat will lie placed on exhibition nt
(ho Kish Muiket tomorrow morning.
'Iho machlue Is called, (he "llonui Hat
ter Merger and makes two pounds of
butter' out of lino pound nf butter and
one pint of milk Only two minutes is
rcqulieil for the transformation and
tho blitif'r'piodurrd by (Ills process U
flrnf, hariliind In o,ory way equal to
tho choicest liehh n eafiiary butler
Thir chief virtue of the machine con
tints In tlio fart that tho extra pound
of butter is pioclucod lit a cost of only
flvo cell's, that being the cost of tho
pint of milk, Only two minutes' nro
lequlred for Iho transformation.
Tho rimchjno will bo on exhibition
from U:30 to 10:3U a, in, and 2 to 3
. ' ON PACIFIC COAST
I.OH ANOKI.K8. CaU-Klvn destroy
era and two torpedo boats of tho llnl'
led States limy aro In l-oa Angeles
harbor under the command of Uent.
John C. Church Tho next two months
will be spoui in prnUng and adjusting
torpedoes and giving attention to
sped tests preparatory to Iho annual
tin gel practice In 'April,
Hxperimeula are being made with
Iho Improved Whitehead tnrKilo tech
nically known as "Murk B, which de
velops n .speed of 36 knots, us against
lift khots of Ihti original Whtoheud
and (bo SO knots of those of tliu Hllss
Allthc, boats have recently under
gone, the usual overhauling at tho navy
yard ut Mnru Island, and aro in tho
host possible, condition fne.lliojnimu.il
Paving Fight In
Contract Is Against Publicj
Policy, Declares Attorney
When tli lltmiil of 3upi rl.iru hii
iiorlzod tho emitraet wl'h Joseph (ill
tii.it for tho placing of nllttllthl" piv-,
UK on Kort stleet, their atllon wan
S-ilnst public 1'ollcj; ami doslgned tti :
llde competitluu, neionlliu lo Iho
ii'gument nimlo by At'iiiiioy I'r.inlf
rr.oinpson this morning hofoio Jiuiau
tobliisou of tho Circuit (.'onrl.
The liijiinctlon Blilt ngalnst tho Cl'vi
'lid County, Auditor tllcknell and Hil
uiin Instituted by K. .1. l.ord was up
or hearing on Ihu order lo show ramp
hy a leiniKirary Injiiiirllon sl.ould not
'sue ieutrnlnliig tho clly fathers and j
he ro defendants ii-itued from pni
eeillng with the work ot placing lilt"
illthlc iiavlng on Kort street
Tlminpron endeavored to hivp (511
nan deliver up tho contract fo- exam
nation n request whlrh was opis-d
"iy Deputy Clly and County Attorn v
Mllver'im. Thompwin placed Oilman
upon the stand but Hint' was as far an
ho got for Iho objections ralfed by
Mllverton to requiring Oilman to glvu
'cstlniony were sustnlncd by Judgu
loblnsnn Thompson declared (lint
ABULIA I LU 'MM
Melvin E. Stone Believed
On The Steamship
Oeneral Munagor Melvin H, Stono
of tho Associated Press, one of the
greatest news-gathering ngcncles In
tho world, Is believed to no a pas
reugcr by tho Pacific Mull liner
Maiieiiliiln, duo tu arrive at Hono
lulu from the Orient this afternoon.
Tho Pacific Mall steamer has evi
dently been delayed In her trims
Pacific trip owing to bad weather.
Tho vessol Is, bringing, ubout. soven-i
Icon hundred tuns of freight from)
Hongkong and Japan ports. I
Melvin !:. Stmia Ih reurllig f.'oin
an uxKilidal tour of tho woild, in
specting the agencies and bureaus of
tlie organization of which ho hau
beon tho exccutlvo head for many
years. 'He cft New York lust (all
uud has been In Kurcpe, Northern
Afilcu and India since that time, Ilo
Is accompanied by Mrs, and M'ss
Mr. Stone Is one of the big llgurcal
of tho publication world of America.
With Victor Law sou. tio founded tho
Chicago News and carried It In nu
ll mm I success. Selling his interest
to Mr, l.awuon, ho engaged In bank
ing fur u time, and thou entered tho
Associated prcss, Ho carried it
through the great fights qj Its early
history, consolidated and reorgan
ized It, and Is largelv rejponslblo for
making it the largest news-gathering
organization In tho world,
It Ih a cooperative concern gatli
etlug hows for its inombcrs nnd bo
lug managed by men chosen iinnunlt
ly by the hundreds of newspapers
that compose It. It opoftitcs a net
woik of leased wires that enter
every town of any Importance In
the United States, mid has bureaus.
agencies uud alliances with other
press organizations that cover tho
world. It maintains its own liu
Ireaus in every importunt capital In
Tho iniin whu roiuplulliH of thu cold
weather will nlbii complain of that
tired feeling In bpilug. Atlanta Jour
nal. "Plnchot exKiscd Hulllngcr'a hand,"
says n nedllorlul. And illschiKed what
looked lko five aces,
A newspaper tlmt can successful
ly increase circulation is the kind
of newspaper that gives the best
results to advert crs. The Bul
letin Is the only newspaper in
Hawaii that can truthfully show a
large yearly circulation increase.
PRICX 5 CENT.
'lie conli.iel entered Into between Oljj
man ami llu- Hoard of HuiMTvlsorS
Bhoiikl be brought before llui c.onm
iiiiiI (onioiiueu inai ne coiuti n prop-J
erly exaiiiliu'd an lo the statements!
made In his allldavit In which liojjlej
clafMI TTI.-tr liiTWMh'lli" sole liutlioflriilj
agent or bl'u'lthle pulng In Ihu Tpr-I
rltory of ll,ivnll. .iu.'l
Judge Itnliliruiii supporteii hi vlewgj
of Mlheiton Ibal (llliiuu would lioU
havn loftellfj- uud ho nas according?
Iv evriiiii.,1 ntiil thn nruiimciitR tirocecdl
ed on Iho merits of the petition tfjJM
Hie ii'lll'nnry llljiilli nun lia.til mr. - ij
11 1 her ton declared that tho com?
iil.ilnt ilhl not eRtalillfli Lord a narm
of jniincl"iit .Interest to entitle liluiftpj
afk for the relief prnjed for In thpl
Inluiictlnn. and be en'eied Into a gen-
1 drfciire of Iho action of the IloiirjJ
' "uiierl-ori In awarding tho coin
trill to (tlliuan when they had dei-ld-J
Vit on lilt nil lilt- paving and could on-J
Iy fiblsln 11 by entering Into u contract
with the (olrt H'presentftllvn of thaj
pistrrn conipiiny nmuurnetnrliig IIUjl
JUMPED BY FRIEND!
Ivan Baran'sky Tells Jlo.
lie Was Done
Yesterday afternoon Iho Ilus'jlui
Immlgrnnl Ivan llaranosky.'wliovjn
rescued from n band of thugs tmj
Wcdncsilay ulglil by a luountcil pojl
lire officer, was released troiu.JisJ
safe keeping nt tho police ruction!
and altowed to depart, lnterprctcrl
Thomas attended ut the police Etn-
lion, and he toon cleared upj,thO
matter of tho nssault oil lvniir1 ,
11 appears that ban uud HOVcralB
ronipaiilous had been around town
drinking and that Dually, late nl'
ulglil, the party Blurted for'tholr
ramp at Iwllel, Down on Queens
street two ot the Russians bccamJ
lliMiiveil in n light, ami ua inmgjj
looked serious, hfiu Jumped III t(ij
separate Uie incu.
Ivan wub naL-AtdtPtlx PitcfssslH.
n peacemaker, fur both the couibai;
lauts and nil the rest of the buncn?
Jumped IiIiii. Knives wcro dfavvnT
mid Interpreter Tliumns tranolateit;'
some of the threats that wcro used!
lo Ivan. They were lleicc, and tlicrai
Is no doubt In anybody 5 mind that
I mi n would have been tarved up ouly
for tho arrival of thn mouuWrt po.ij
lieu onicor. . ..Wj
Afler Ivan's story was heanf,, lio
was asked If he. wits afraid lilraviJ
Iho police station. Ilo replied tliHxfl
he would lake n chanco on luii'propj
oHltlon, ami conseiiiieiitly was allow
ed In i en.irl. v
1'IUiniV Dill AT iwl
ouiuim uill a i ;
On tliindav nffrtipmi there will tie
two runt of In obill at Iho Loaguo
ground.! ami lh"V will ho an follows: -1
At 1 30 o clock Iho Xliihueks nnd Afo
Ills will hook up ami an Interesting i
gnmo Is expeclcd to bo put up by the '
At 3.30 tho Diamond Heads J, A. 0.
gnmo will bo started, and it will bo
tho third gnmo ot tho herlos nf five!
Should Ihu Jewels win on Sunday thai
series will bo finished, The match, Is
being looked forward lo vvllh Intorvktjl
as tho Japanese Athletics havoMmj
proved u lot and stand a good chanco!
of beating tho "Ills Leaguers. lS
fWi. Atn j, .', . fttfeN.,