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10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY, OF HAWAII, MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1910. 10 PAGE
PRICI I OEMTt.
GREAT TRUST CASES WILL RE ARGUED AGAIN
ATCHERLEY PETITIONS COAST OFFICIALS
Stops Grand Jury
United States District Attorney
Accident Victim-New U. S.
A painful nn it perhaps serious nccl- painful tin illil nut think tho Injury Re
dout of which Unltcil States District rl""B "' th limb and accordingly did
Attorney Robert JlrcckonH wns tho
victim Saturday afternoon caused tho
charge to the new United States Urand
Jury being delated thlH morning liy
JudBo Ilobortson. Tho new Federal
Inquisitors wero present and icudy for
their labors but Judgo Hobntsoti pta'-
e that owing to an Injury to Mr.
Hreckons, he would order a recess un
til .1.1. nr. . ... n - i.
It Was whllo alighting from n buck
nt tliumitrnnca to :ho Pacific Club on '
Saturday afternoon that Mr. Urcrkons
inunc h nussicp nnu 1011 10 ma turning,
his left kneo striking tho stono with,
nlmnst tiliattnrlntr rniwn AlUimmli '
almost shat'erlng force.
Manager Harding Gives
Status Or New '
The third annual meeting of thu
frihang Hubber Company was held
this morning, when tho manager's
report, was read and tho directors
for the enstitLg year were elected.
I'olluwtng are tho names of tho di
rectors otccted to serve: O. II
Cooko, Fred T. I. Wntcrhouse, Al
bert WaUfhbuse, 0. .N. Wilcox, A
M. Mctlr)db, II. A. Knitdsen, C. 11.
Those present at tho nipctlng were
0, II. Coqko lmlrman: A. 8 I'lirlf.
0. M. Ilnrdlili A. W. Carter. A. M,
McUrjdo, C. H. Ilcmcnwuj, V, W.
Thajer, it.'iP. Scholtzo, W. II. Me-
lueruv. Vtca f. V. WafnrliniiBC Al-
berWutcrhtiUBe'. K. Klanip. C. K.
demons, W. W. Chamberlain.
Alter the secietury had read tho
minutes pf tho previous meeting, C.
II. .Cooke 'stated (hat tho comnanv
wasjvery forttinnto In having tho
manager, 0 M. Harding, present,
Mr. Harding stilted (hut he ex
pected torbCRlu tapping tho six-jear-bld"
rlibber'' trees' very shortly,
and that ho hoped to extract nt
loast thrrc.pounds of dry rubber
from euch'treo. Almost all four-year-old
trees can be tupped, but
they must bo carefully handled. Pn
hang Is planted up almost entirely
with Hevea. These have been plant
.ed 20x20 feet apart In soma of tho
blocks, but cortnln sections' havo
boon pjanicd 'out 15x15 feet, 10x12
feet, 10x20 feet, and even 10x1')
feet. Tho average for Paining Is,
however, 180 trees Jo the aero.
Mr. Hunting statod that tho fur
ther apart rubber trees wero plant
ed, tho better tho rcsnlts would bo,
lint that If quick returns wero neod
cd, then in plant tho trees cjoscr,
but not closer thuu lGxlC feet upart.
In speaking of tho labor situa
tion. Mr. Harding stated thut as tho
tin mining was fulling, Chinese
coolies wero plentiful. Tamils from
tho Madras Presidency, India, work
from fi 11, m. la 3 p. 111. on task
woik, while Chine to coolies work
from fi to 10 a. m. and from 1 to 4
p. m. All tapping Is done early In
Whop a tree lias been uttacked by
fungus, (he only remedy Is to dig
It out and expose the soil to tho
sun's Inftuenco for at least six
months before replanting Is done.
One particular kind of fungus at
tacks tho t,up root und eats It awuy
to the surface, when the tree top
ples oven Other kinds affect thn
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not call In n pluslclan until Saturdav
runlng- when IiIh injnrod kneo began
to p.iln lilm sovrrcl). It wag then
found Hint Ills knee, cip wiih ImdlVi
wrenched nncl Ills log In a condition
that would require absolute- rest. I
It l prnimhio Hint if it Is found that,
Mr. Hrcckons' Injury win keoj him
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United States Atlornev nawllns Thn
I l"""l nt lO 1.UIIV U1IUVI L.GIJUIJ
other' nttemailvo presented will bo In
allowing Jho new Federal tlrand Jury,
a vacation until Breckons Is ablo to
bo about again and proceed with the
n-12..-J T n
icununuca on rage g)
WARRIORS MEET AT
Transports Sheridan And
Two Inrgo Unlcd Stutcs
troopihlps should come Into
lulu tomorrow. The transport Shor
llau. from Manila via Nagusakl, Ja
pan, ma) show up oh tho port this
evening, though she Is not looked
for by the local quartermaster de
partment until tomorrow morning.
Oil ll.ur.1 ttin al.A-l.t..nVr n I I.
-rurnt..n,fr.i inf,,n,- i...i-.iI
band and enlisted men. In addition
1,. i.n .....u n, .h.- 1. .i.
numbGr'of Phiiinninn in,iir v.
crnmcut employes traveling to tho
homeland on Icavo ot absence.
Tho Sherldun will tako cm about
11 dozen passengers from tho local
army clrrlcs. The ruling now In
effect which prohibits those from
clvlllun' ranks travellug 011 U. 8.
transports has shut out a number
of local govornmont employes from
participating in dollar-u-day excur
sion irips 10 mo uoasi.
The Sheridan will go to tho Oco
anlc wharf, according to tho pres
ent calculations of the port officials.
The United States army transport
Sherman, on her initial voyage
across the Pacific after over a ycar'J
sojourn at tho Union Iron Works
nt San Francisco", is duo to urrlvu
at Honolulu tomorrow, bringing the
famous Ninth Infantry. This or
ganization Is proceeding to the
Philippines on 11 two yours' tour of
The Ninth Infantry comes from
Port Sam Houston, und many of Hie
officers ate woll known hero.
Tho Sherman has been converted
Into a lino troopship at an expendi
ture of several hundred thousand
dollars. HI10 hua been assigned
naval slip No. 3. Tho vessol will
probably ho hold hero about twonty
The prcsenco of two army truns -
ports at tho port, with a possible ug i, attrntlotf aiuj'trcalmeut. It has
chunce of 11 third the transport rovlved our hopes of recovery from
Dlx will add rousldorahlo to the this ilrndful dlseuso and Is bqnofltlng
busy aspect of tho harbor. ' us a great iloal. Surely tho common
Tho Dlx Is llkoly to drop Into Ho-'-'y a"l ur linnoralilo Hoard will not
nolulu most uny day with 11 large evudee us this hoim.
shipment of Jupunose coal. Tho ves- ,"wo wish to draw yoiitj attention lo
..I will remain here sutn.lont time o'tShc'rf''tvo
to dtschargo .five thousand tons
fuol brought from the M. II,
I mines at Milkl, Japan.
tho two soldiers
Hussoy and Ityun
who nro charged with shooting n Jap-
uueso ut Iwllel, entered pleas of nut
guilty beforo Judge Cooper this morn
ing to tho chargo of committing and
nssnult with a deadly-weapnn wlh
tho Intent to, commit murder, -
WASHINGTON. Apr. 11. Insur-
cents and Democrats combined again
today to accomplish the defeat of
Speaker Cannon. The incident arose
over an appropriation item of $2000
to provide an automobile for the
Speaker of the House. The appro- Court. The court met today and re- President Taft has cabled a reply
priation was defeated on the com- assigned for" argument the famous to the Mayor of Porto Manrizio, ac
bined votes of Democrats and Insur- cases against the Oil Trnst and the knowledging the many kindnesses
bpeaker Cannon took the defeat
with his usual calm. Some felt that
he intent take this act as a sienal
to resign, but their fears were soon
set at rest by the Speaker himself.
who said that he will remain
??? Of tile HOUSC unless he is
deposed by the coalition .of Imur
Rents Mid Democrats.
WASHINGTON. Apr. 11. Robert
1. TletfHn. United States Tllttriet At.
jtorney for the northern district of
California, today secured a favorable
'report on his appointment from the
Senate Committee on Judiciary,
Devlin was bitterly opposed by the
friends of Dr. Perrm,who was pros'
ecuated for his connection with the
California land frauds. The commit
te acted 'unfavorably on the an.
nointment. but the report was re-
army committed and Devlin given an op- declared to bo u monopoly of tho to-Hona-
nartunit- to come to lWashinirton hatio business n restraint of tow
and make his defense.
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MARE ISLAND, Cal., Apr. !!.
Jhe K boat Yrkto'n Wtntaed t
day from Connto. The cruiser Bos
I ton has been put into commission,
after having been, thoroughly over
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8AN KUANCI8CO. M
Liir' .. '
lepers out of 11 total of eighteen con
fined at tho Isolation Hospital hae
Joined In a rHItlon to tho Hoard ot
Supervisors asking Hint steps bo taken
to have the Hoard of Health rescind
Its action In remolng Dr. John Atelier
ley from attendance upon them, Writ
ten by 0110 unfamiliar with thu niceties
of languagn and penmanship tho po
tion tells a storp of weariness and
loneliness, only sustained by the Iiopu
Hiid ullluiutoly cured of their dlscaio.
Among tho petitioners nro 0t Sen
and Ah Kong Chinamen; Wllllum
Moyor, J. and George .lopos James
Pika, Humucl .la in oh and S. 8. Kim.
in pan, tno poimon prays:
"Wo npiwnl to jour honornhlo noard
o allow Dr. Atchorluy to como and
irant im. i:ver sliicn tiur Iniur sonment
treat us. liver sluca our Imprisonment
In horo, which has been from throo
months to cignt cam, wn iinvo nad
no systomutlrod treatment until Dr. At
chcrloy at our request, and with tho
mtmnnl it tlr A A. fVMplll fnrmni-
' llnornioiident .of" this hosi.llal. navo
plainly shown their disinclination to
como In contact with us. Th results
urn that wo have been left hero to rot
and die. llko unlmals, and It Is only
since Dr. .Atclierle) camo to us that wo
haye been treated llko human beings.
"We lospeclfully ask that his excel-
we nro lielhg treated and application
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WASHINGTON. D. C. Aor. 11.
The Standard Oil and the American
Tobacco Oomoanv will have another
day in court as a result of the sud-
den death of Associate Justice Brew-
er of the United States Supreme
Tobacco Trust that have been held
by the lower courts to be orgnniza-
tions in restraint of trade.
I" o far as the decision below
' tno uniieu mates circuit couu,
In the case of. the Tobacco Trust.
ivria iipnlnitt thn tnlmrrn mfttl. It UAH
ngnlnsl .thcui on the broad ground,
that thcro was a combination which
Interfered with competition In trndo
and all such combinations wero de
clared to be prohibited by tuc'Bhcr
luan law. Tho law was conceded to
bo "drastic," and little doubt was
left that It did not mcol the ap-
pioval of that cuitrt. i
1 The government's" vioccodlng was
against tho Amorlcnn Tobucco Com-
imny and klxty-tlve allied conceriW
and their ofttts. All of them wore
charged' with forming and main-
tainlng u trust.- The -ult wus bused
on allegation or violation 01 hid
Sherman unti-trust law and also of
mo of tho provisions of the Wll
eon-Oormnn tuiltt law. The pur-
pose of thoigovernment wus to forca
the dissolution of tho combination
and tho destruction of what wj
mercc, noi oi.ij in mo umie'i
aiuics, uui iiiiuuguuui u 1.1 ib 1""
01 me luuaccu-usiug huimi
Pour Judges sat In the hcarln,;
of the'easo In tho trial court, and
whllo .thrco of ' them ultimately
found common ground for u ver
dict, they wie wi divided In their
respective lines of reasoning thut
each propounded an opinion of liU
In general terms the enllct wh
a declaration of guilt for a major
ity of the corporations on the ground
1. .. t il..la imtullliils.l HIlMilllnil.
mui uiey ."'"" "-"""""
Hon contrary to the lav., and while
an injunction against these combi
nations was giuntcd, there wus no
pronouncement on the subject of
monopoly, which the government
had especlully sought to obtain.
Tho hill as to tho United Cigar
Clnrn.. "IftfiiiinitV a it fin 1 oil I It fiMIMiftt-.
atlon. wus dismissed, as wero also
the bills against the Imperial ami
Urltlsh American companion, I'ng
llsh corporations, und their subordi
nate American concerns, notwith
standing the cuntentlou by the gov
ernment that the Cigar Stores Com
pany was tho retull Instrument of
tho trust In this country and the
English companies the foreign divi
sions of It,
Tho dismissal In the rase at tho
Clgur Stores Company wus duo ta.
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a failure on mo part of tno circuit
Court to find that there hud boon
,nrH, of mntrol over It by.
tho truat I)otwthtandlng tho frco.,irlendS q. the, business and
. f .' . . . .. . ,ho I circles of the city who Will
"om or trauo, qnq in 1110 cause 01 1110 j
two foreign corporations to the clr
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Mr.' Pa) ne, who is In the city
handling the flotation of the Hu-
maiimu oil proiiosltton, In which
many local people are Interested, ro
celverf a cablegram from Fred Da-
mon this morning asking him to ro-
serve u share for him among tlw
original stockholders of the propos-
C(i romnunv that Is to develop oil
in the Klkhorn district,
.tKTnh" duiria. ,,:
'"ed ta go Into, the proposition till
h had 'coked over tho ground, .
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R o o sevelt
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORTO MAURIZIO, Italy, Apr. 11.
Colonel Roosevelt and GlfTord Pin-
chot, former chief forester of the
United States, took an extended
walk in the forest here today.
extended to Roosevelt, and express-
ing the gratitude of the American
people tor the reception accorded to
Rocsevelt, to whom he refers as.
"the most distinguished American."
SYDNEY. Australia. Anril 11.
Tom Burns secured the decision over
mil Lang jn the twentieth round of
the boxing match that took place
today to determine the champion'
ship of Australia, Lane was out
pointed throughout the flint, hut
rallied at the close and made a very
TRANSPORT DANCE AT
; ' MOAJ TONIGHT
In the event of tho transport
Sheridan arriving In time, the Mo
ana Hotel will give a dance tonight
In honor ot hpr passengers, to which
army, navy and townfolk are cor1-
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The Moana will en
tertain again tomorrow night for
tho flrst-cluss paBsengora on board
the transport Sherman, whlchL will
arrive some time tomorrow..
m. FARWEU Will
John W, Parwell, manager ot the
life Insurance department ot the
Henry Waterhouso Trust Co , has
accepted a position with the tier
mania Ufa Insurance Company that
gives him control of their business
In n very large section ot tho Htuto
of Washington. He will conse
quently 'leave Honolulu won and
..,.n1, I.T.. I...,lnn.l. I.. a..nMn
Mr. Knrwcll has bean In the city for
ten jours or more, and has muny
much regret the departure ot lilm
self 11 nd wife, The Oarmdnlu Is to
withdraw from the local field In so
far as writing new business Is con
SAN FRANCISCO. Anr. 11.
Tiffin r OR nnalvsis. 14s. fi 1.2d ! nar.
ity 5,08c Previous quotation. 14s,
Tbrco rrnlhed rooms for men. 82s
Ilerelanlu street. 4&90-61
Vim tin Inriii 1 niililnr ItnnrlriBM lltn.
Address ''33S," llulletln nfflse.
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ii iigiTflw i iiTiiissisffinr rriissMisswsfissninrr ,
Not Believed To
Island Still Cause Of
Th nick Itiir.fl tti Immigrant who
was taken to Qii.irantlno Island jei
tenia) ufter ho had been discovered
l)lng sick at tho Iwllel eiinip. Is not 1
victim of smallpox In tho opinion of
tlm ph)ilcliuiH of tho llotrd of lit al'h
who examined him this morning nt
Quarantine. Whllo this opinion is mil
final npcauso of tne laci 1n.11 ino nic
torlo'oglcal oxnmlnntlnn has not )ot
liecn completed. President Mott-Snilth
of the Hoard or Health stated this
morning that tho chances wero strong-
. agulnst tho man being n spialliox
"Wo do not think that ho bii smll
ikix.v stated the President of tho Itoird
of Health "but pending n deflnlln do-
EXCITING TIMES ON'
Many Rows Around City
Stopped By Tife
Dcput) Sheriff Rosa was -a busy
man on Saturday night u from S
o'clock on till 2 In thu morning thero
wero. Hiws al Intervals all over tbo
ell) Thu first disturbance 'WftB at tho
Holy donors' meeting on Hothel street
licit) the thoroughfare was blocked
fur two hourH by 11 denso mob of peo
ple who had congregated to listen to
tho fanatics. Toward tho end of tho
meeting a npin from the audlcuca at
tempted to strlko Williams, who Is
3a Id to lie tho leader of tho Hollers.
Tho ixillco broko up the mcstlug and
II Is uuld that no more will be allowed
on thu public streets. Tho Hollers can
roll to their heart b content In a hall
or at their own homes.
This morning Williams called at tho
police station and complained that
some money had been stolen from his
house on Saturday night. He claimed
that he did not know how much monuv
was mlsolng, but said that It was n
gold coin. Tho police do not tako
much stock In tho Btorj of Williams
us ho seems ver) aguu about thi
As soon as the Holler trouble was
finished, Iloso was called to Ithcr
tdreot whorp It was reiortod a big
riot was In progress. Tho deputy and
secral officers Jumped in n hack and
got down to HIvct street as soon aa
possible. As soon as thoy reached tho
cen'er of disturbance (hero was a
cattPitug of the crowd -mid then th'i
cause of the trouble- wus found.
An niitomnbllo. a chauffeur nnd n
passenger played tho star parts, and
the drama had reached nn exciting
stago when tho pollco arrived. Thu
trouble had started over tho price
charged by tho chauffeur, nnd over)
body seemed to tako an active Interest
In the nffalr.
After Rose had straightened nut tho
row nnd iK-ace had oncn more been
restored, he Was thinking of wending
his way toward tho police station when
another alarm was turned In from thi
ChlnrsQ theater, whero a stabbing af
fair had taken pluco. Ah Chew and
Ah Hung became Involved In 11 row
nbout n pluy Unit had reached the
1003 art and In the argument that en
sued us to what tho first 1000 nets had
meunt. Ah Chow had a knlfo inserted
In his abdomen by Ah Hung whoso
name will bo n very appropriate ouu
If Ah Chew fhuflles off this mortal
At an early hour on Sunday morning
Deput) Rono returned homo iu com
pany with tho milk wagon, and ns It
was nearly daylight he did not, bother
about going to lied. A change ot
clothing and a wash, nnd thon it was
back to the station for the deputy a
IKillcfmans life is not a happy onu
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room' Phone 183
tc-riiiln.itlon o the eno ! a bacterloijl
logical fxumln.itlon the regular pre-S
rnutlons will be fiKeii. tiy tomorrow;
tho le-iu Is will bo kuuuii with fin
Inrtiidi'd In the deleg-i'lon that went
In Qttntnutlne. Island this mornlngt
wero Mm tun phsltlans of the United,
Stales (I'lirnntlno sertico. I Irs. Uainus'J
and Sinclair. Tin- others who nrcnmv
fmnlc-il Profeldint MntlSmltli woro Dr.
Sexton mid In'erpretcr Thomas.
liven It tho lesnltB of Iho bactcrlo-
loglctl rxauiln-itlou prowi conclusively i
that tho sick Kuxxlan Is not a victim ,
of RinalliKix tli.1 nut uro of his nffllca-
(Ion wb.iloier It may be n 111 result
In lilm bedng kept, In I'lttod) nmf tin-
(Continued on Pace 4)
Fred Watcrhousc Ma'yi
Open Agency in
At a meeting of shareholders of the
Tnnjong Olok Rubber Phulatlon thlt
morning some Interesting discussions'
were made In lefcrenc"1 'o the- new by?
laws und an ngcn. The hair was.
occupied by A W. Carter Tbo iiumca
of those present nro aa lollovs Fred
T. P. WuterhoiiM) Albert Wilrrliouie,
t It. Ilorton, F. Klanip, W II. Itlco;
C. M. Hauling, A. 8. Park W. II Mc
Intrny, P.. II Wodtfiuiuc, o Ouuucd
O. N Wllrox. II P SehoIHo. C. It,
Henicnwn). A. M. Mellndo W. W,
Chiimbcrlaln W V Tha)vr
Tlu- uuimil inKirt waa read, from
which It was elicited that uino
rows neru In use on the plantation
and that CU0 acres wero btlur cultival
cd with them Ono harrow, working
from 6 a. m. to It a m . will cultivate
3 aires of trees In wet weather and
acres In dry weather Thcco harrows
are drawn In bullocks, 1.
The loca'lon for a factory and dry
Ing house to tuko caro of TanJong
ruhbir has been lolcclcd, unit tlie
buildings will be built before the end
of tho present )car Thcso will t03t
about fCOOO gold rT"
After thu managers report had been
read C It Hcmeiiwur ctated that as
lunjong hau had no bylaws but 1:
ItPf II UlirlfOil ntnln. n .lin,tiiln A
the Urltlsh Columbia act. It would Ye
acsiraiup 10 muKo provisions lor adopt-1
lug a Bit of bylaws. It requlresf.i.
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Ihreo-foiirths majority on 11 first moet--
ing and n eonflrmatory meotluE toa
ho held Inter,, before by-Iuwa aro?
niloploil. A, ropy of tho proposed by-
liWB wns read. A resolution was then
niailo by W, W Thu)er as follows:
"IJesohed that thu foregoing regula
tions or ni-lawH numbered from 1 to,v;
22 Inclusive-, bo and Ihcy hendiy a'roj
adopted as regulations or by law a fori
no manngemont and control of tho af
fairs of tbo Company and tho manage
mint of Its property until modified.
chunged altered or added to as In saldi
regulation prodded and 11. occlusive,
of all other regulations or b)-laus ap-1
pllcnhla In tho Company, and subject,
lo tho proMtms of law This was!
uuatilmiiiisl) run led
Aiiierc wniornouue staled that aB
1110 company waa on tho tno of
rhnnglng from Iho devolopnienl stato
Into n working enncein Iho Water;
hoiiKo ('nmpnu rlnd ready lo maka a
iroonl lo ilm shareholders to uct aal
agents of Iho company Tho WntcivR
iiouso Company want lo open an offlco .
In Singapore or some other plnco notl
far dlstHUt from the plantation whern
It Ik tlm Intention of Fred T. P. Wnt. ,
erhouso or somo V)lher appointed to
spend a )ear or olghtecn months In
or near Iho plantation so as In li In
close touch with all that Is going 'on.1
"Wo want Iho bharrholdera to make,
a contract with us as to how much J
they will allow us for our sorvlcea. ,Woi
wane a iweive year contract, Worwlllj
continued on Page 4.
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