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Luillne . ,, Apr. 12
Marnma Apr 29
Makttru ,..Apr. 28
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4901.
NO COOK RE
But No Flag
FAIRBANKS, Alaska, Apr. 12.
Vtmr men returned here tmW after
v-i j ..i .....
inviii uiuuc u lumcaiui usituv v.
Mount McKinlcy. These men state
that they planted the 'American flat?
on the top of the mountain, and
made a general search for the rec
ords purported to have been placed
there by Dr. Coolc, but were unable
to find any traces ,of .Cook's visit.
Much interest has attached to the
result of this expedition. ,as the first
ascent claimed by Dr. Cook has been
generally discredited as a result of
the exposure of the doctor's fake trip
to the North Pole.
For many vears Cook was credit
ed with having cone to the top of
the mountain, and his book giving a
vivid description of 'the alleged as
cent had a wide sale.
,WORK HARD ON
, WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr. 12.'
The Administration railroad bill is
under consideration by the House
and will have precedence until it isl
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 12.
The House today approved the re
port of the conference committee on
the appropriation bill- for the Mili
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 12.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 3d,; par
ity, 6.03c. Previous quotation, 14s.
MRS. COULTER WILL
Preparations' Being Made
For Visit To'
C. a. nockus, president of the Ha
waiian Tennis Association, Is In re
colpt.of a letter from Dr. Sumner Har
dy, who Is taking1 tho greatest Interest
In the visit Mrs. Coulter Is to mako to
the Coast In a codplo of months' tlino.
The Pacific 8tates Championships
will bo played In September and It U
thought that the champion ot Hawaii
would do well to tako part In tho
do well to tako part In tho
The letUr to Mr. Bockus fol-
series. The letUr to Mr. Uockus fol-
!ln C, fi, Bockus, Honolulu Hawaii.
iy uoar mr, , uuu, .uur b"u
ISMlf ZA' ' Sutirandts,
HotchKlsB nboul the proposed visit of
Mrs Coulter nnd both agrco that It
will he best for her to come-up for
the PacMc States championships.
Theso aro hold early In September,
(Sent. Snd to lOlh this tear), and be-
Bides the tournament play there will Th tranal,or. met'wltli falrlv de
be ample opportunity to arrange .pec p JVJm,, LmVh. S I.JL
lal niatclios tor Mrs. uoimer.
Miss Hotcliklss will go Hast to de-
fend her title of United States cham- The vessel Bulled from Manila on
plon and Miss Button will also bo March, 14, as per schedule, but In
nwuy much ot the year b.ut both will . stead of proceeding to Japan for
suioly play at Del Monte, the bis, coal, the troopship was dispatched
event of tho tenuis season.
Mrs, Coulter will be entertained
whllo n,t DO) Monte and In this vicin
ity, (Miss Hotcliklss already has ex
pressed tho wish'' that Mrs. Coulter
would stay with her In lierkeloy.)
I inn sure that wo will alt do our
best to give her a good tlmo.
TJ listing that I 'shall see you again
In Ban Kranrlsco soon and I am, with
my bast wHhe for you
April lib, 19)0,
ON KAPAA LAND DEAL
A conference wlilcli, It Is believed,
will have iih Its result tho final dispo
sition of tliu Knpnn lamia on Kauat
was begun In Gov, Froar's office at
tlio Capitol tlila morning ami lasted
" ' Those present nt the confer-
ence were Governor hrenr. Land Com
mtssloncr Campbell, I.. A. Thurston,
Oeorgo ralrchllil and II. F. Dillingham.
following cloe upon the conclusion
of Hie conference Mr. TliurBton In
booked to leave for Knunl on tlio Kl
nau, presumably In connection with
the rcsultB of the dc'lbernllons nt the.
Governor Krenr declined to admit di
rectly this morning that the confer
ence was In connection with the Ka-
"Is this conference In connection
City Officials Dodge
Problem Of Russians
Do Not See Why Responsibility
Of Sick Immigrants Should
part of the officials of the City and
There Is no disposition upon tho
County to take, up the suggestion made
by PresldentMott-Smlth of tho Hoard
of Health that they shoulder some of
the responsibility for the sick and In
dlgnent Russians Immigrants who are
now congregated In Honolulu, Since
tho Important discovery wns made that
tho majority of the Immigrants come
from tho nnmal class that roam the
plans of Manchuria when the spirit
moves them, there Is a further feel
ing In the halls of the municipality
that It is best to let them severely
nlono well or sick, nnd allow the Ter
ritory to meet tho emergency of car'
Ing for its wards.
The Russians are still clinging to
Twenty - Third Inrantry
' Returning To The
A special tour of the southern
Philippine Islands covering a period
of about ten dajs caused the delay
n the arrival of the United States
army transport Shorldan at Hon6-
Tnfl troopship, with the cnermalit
evidence of huv.'ng long sojourned in
tropical waters, camo into the har-
oor unu aiongsme me uceumc wnari
nt 8 o'clock this morning. The
Bides nnd bottom of tho troopship
bear long Btrlngers of seaweed and
n,i,. ,ri OTn,n.
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""'" ibubuki, jupuu, o iiuuuiuiu.
for Camp Overton, arriving there on
March 16. The following day the
Sheridan departed for Zamboanga,
the capital city of Moroland.
malnlng there one day, the troop -
ship next called at Parang-Parang,
there to gather up portions of the
Twenty-third Infantry. The vessel
did not arrive at Manila until the
evening of March 22.
The Twenty-third Infantry, headJThe,t,r f0P the benefit of the trans-
IL'ontinued on rage 4
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY,
with tho Kapaa lands?" the Territorial
chief executive was asked.
"Well, wo are doing a rushing bus
iness,'' was the reply of the floernor.
"and may hate something to glvo out
lafor when more progress Is made."
Tho Governor did not dwell on the
naluie of tho "progre
lo be made
hill In'lmnted that he
with the results so far nttolned.
Senator l'olichlld, manager of tho
Makeo Sugar Company, whoso for-
tunes arc linked with the Kapaa lands,
was taking an active part In the con-
forence, ns was also Marston Cunin-
bell, the Commissioner of Public
Lauds, who en'ered tho new executive
chamber with a bundle of papers that
resembled the mjsterloui bundle or
papers that bear on the vicissitudes of
their unsanitary camp at Iwllei, their
latest hope being fastened to the com
ing of Paul do Kerburg, the represen
tative of the Czar's consular service In
tho Far Knst. The commissary from
tho Czar, how over, Is not disposed to
attach much 'Importance to the com
plaint's of his countrymen. Just at
presont he is busily engaged in per
using the transcripts of the complaints
mado by the Russians at the hearing
held at the capltol nnd will follow
this up with a peiKOiul Inspection of
tho plantitlui ramps.
It has now been, deflnltel decided
that the sick Russian held at quaran
tine Island Ib not afflicted with Binall
pax so no further measures of quar
antine will bo enforced against the
Immigrants. ' ,
Troopship From Coast
There is a fortune In good old Amer
ican coin scattered about tho United
Btales army transport Sherman, which
camo alongside of the Naval slip No.
3 shortly aftor tho noon hour today.
Tho troopship cornea from San Krun
clsio. She brings the celebrated Ninth
Infantry which regiment was stationed
at Fort Sam Houston Toxas, for some
years. Prominent among tho officers
ot tills regiment Is Captain Harry F.
Itethers, now acting as temporary
judge advocate of this department.
Mrs. Rethcrs, who Is tho daughtor of
Oeneral Jesse M. I.ee, accompanies
The Shermun has been out of com
mission for nearly two jears. Dur
ing a largo portion of this tlmo tho
vessel has been at tho Union Iron
Works at San Francisco, whero somo
three hundred thousand dollars was
spout In again placing the old troop-
uhln tn sorvfrnnliln rnnillMnn Tlu,
Sherman was not a new ship when
bought by tho War Department and
Re-,llko the other transports, also all sec-
, nq nano, nas provon me kiiui or an
expensive bargain that only 'Wide
Sam can afford,
(Continued on Face 2)
Oct your tickets for the Society
Viudevillft lb he nlven at the Emnlrfl
racinc yscnt race.
the Kapaa lands.
The secretlveness of the Governor
on the terms of the conference whlcu
Is supposed to have a direct bearing
upon the land polcy Of the Territory,
1b In keeping with tho policy that has
been pursued In the administration uf
tho Kapaa lands.
Governor Krear has delated his trip
to Hawnll, haying planned to leave on
tho Mauna Kea today with Marston
Campbsll lo conduct the Kan land
sales which formed the baste of the
direct cliargo of misrepresentation
made by Prlnco Kuhlo.
The Governor stated that he would
postrone. the opqnlng of the Kail lands
until hl learns definitely concerning
the fa e of the Organic Act amend-
menu In Congress
FOR PA1A AND HAIKU
Hawaii, , , -
r n I You no lQubt understand that J on
Rumors About Ewa Cane1' n?A.be:i9,,ice.rned.w,n nfc-
r mi I
.LMsiurD 5jjme ur ine
Increase of dividends for Ildlku and
Pala plantations was announced on
tho Stock Kxchauge this morning.
This action has been anticipated 'in
the advanced quotations on-the stoo'
of Ibexe plantations. Halku's dtvl-
dend Is advan.-ed to 75 cents a share
and. Pala to 11 a -share beginning
the first day of May. A. the cap-
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was ttebled and doubled last year.
It will be readily nuderstood that
the original Investors are maklug a
very nice thing
out of the p.esent
One of the rumors on tho street
this morning was that something
linn nntin wrnl ir with tlsn -ntwi it
" . VHHV
Bwa plantation There Is nothing
whatever from authoritative sources
to substantiate the rumor. Mana
ger Renton was In town today, and
when asked about the cune remark
ed that tome fields are not as good
as others. This Is a condition en
coui.tered in every harvest, and
some of the Bwa fields have made
a showing that suggests the possi
ble need for a change In the variety
of cane. But so far as there being
an general difficulty with the cano
Indicating a diseased condition,
there is nothing to It so far as ha
Kwn stock sold yesterday at
34.12S, and the same figure was bid.
this morning with noue coming out,
so the difficulties reported are not
of a nature to seriously disturb hold
ers of the stock,
Oahu sold yesterday at 37, the at
tempt to hammer it bqtow that fig
uro being of no avail thus fal. It
annears that tho "bear
In Oahu has Its foundation' In the'
supposed shortage of the crop owing library building will be thrown open
Jo the strike of last year. Those to con,)ellton or whether tho se
hearlng this yarn point to the fact iecUon'of an architect will pomade
that the plantation was reimbursed wltbout placing the matter out for
for this damage, and while It hasn t competitive plans and designs." stat
the cane It has the coin. Pioneer ed A j chorman of the sub
remains at 233, with tha, bids con- comm(ttw 0, the library, this morn
slderably lower. j,ng lo a r,Presentatlve of (he Ilul-
Halku sold at ICO and Paauhau e 1 1 n.
at 29.7B. Walalua Is holding strong) ,n continuation. Mr. Lewis ald:
nt 137.00, although five shares sold ,.ThB re,)on a the trH,tBe of the
on the board at 137 this morning. lbrary Is being delayed, awaiting
Mutual Telephone has dropped to
12.25, the last previous sale being
BAND AT MOM
. In honor of the passengers on board
the transports Sherman ami Sheridan
a dance will bo given at the Moana
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Secures the news and hence many subscribers
APRIL 12, 1810. 10 PAGES.
Pratt U. S. Grand
New Federal Inquisitors
Charged By Judge
The United Slates Orand Jury for
the new term was charged by United
States Judge floblnson 'tills morning
and Immediately began Its labors with
District Attorney Rreckons who has
sufficiently recovered from (he Injury
to his leg to visit his ofllce In ttje
Judgo Roblnson'R charge lays par
ticular emphasis on the rights of wit
nesses appearing before the, Orand
Jury, his remarks apparently growing
out of his conclusion In the On Tal
case when he expressed tho opinion
The rhargd In Its entirety follows;
Gentlemen of the Orand Jury
tun na) ii uvuu Buiwnuncu nence
from tho,'Terrltory at large to dis
charge the functions ot a Fedoral
grand Jury In and for tho District of
'I UB m v1 xVAl " o me torn
tory, but It will be jour duty to care-
fully, thoroughly and lmnaxilally..ln
quire Into and Investigate alleged vlo-
i latlOns of the penal laws of the United
I This duty Is of great Importance to
tho Nation, the -Territory, and your
selves. It will bo your part to stand
for even handed1 Justice between tho
prosecutor and the prosecuted. You
""" " "'. "'".""""""y io u,mu m ine
maimyA M ,,eAaw- " to hwleiily
frc"d "f1"" t,ho'8 ?M hown
hvo violated he law. M he same
tlmo you owe? It'to tho Individual that
nne Hhalll,e Indicted through inallce.
' l re.. ':roi,.ccu,e.' .orV?cau" "u
,,M(,.- - ill wo WUI, IIIVilUIUHB, Ur HI
Y1J Beo ie nemuilf 0, ap.
' lirnrK-hlliir vnun unrV tultl. b.i himn.t
1 prnachlng your work with an honest
Indcpindetice and a desire to do right
boll h KOVornment. which roprc-
U. S. Building Architect
Coming On Siheria
Library Trustees Will Consult
Mr. Ayres On Design Of
"The subcommittee Is colislderlini
tt proposition as to whether or not
plans and designs of the new
the arrival of Mr. Ayres of tils Arm
of York & Sawyer of Fifth uvenue,
New York, whoN leaves San Fran.
Cisco by the Siberia today and ton
sequtLtly Is due to arrive here next
week, Messrs. York & Sawyer aro
the successful architects for the new
Federal building to be erected in
"The committee expects to have a
conference with Mr. Ayres and as-
lertuln Just what time and atten-
ton cou(1 he Bven by n)B flrm t0
the supervision and Inspection work
of h - '"Wfy building, lujmse
.the flnli of YOrk & Sawyer should be
the architects selected.
sents the people al large, nnd to tho
Individual whose conduct )on mu
be called iiion to Investigate.
In this connection, I take tho lib
erty of quoting from a former charge
given bj Judgo Dole as follows:
"In a sense tho grand Jury mat bo
said to be tho conscience of tho pub
lic. Sitting apart from the rest of
the community, with Its high powers
and Important duties. It enjojs n
status which promotes a sensitiveness
In relation to thoso arts which are
rights nnd bo tend to sjbvert tho laws
and thereby prejudice the Interests
of society. In Its representative, ca
pacity It carries large responsibilities
In relation to the wclfa.'e of tho body
politic, which sense of responsibility
can "hardly fall to promoto watchful
noss toward criminal developments as
hostile to such welfare, and that sen
tlment of fair, play which would m
tect peronV""chargcd with the com
mission of oflinscs against the laws,
from publtcl y and the odium of pub
He trials, except npon probable cause
supported by competent evidence suf
flclent, unless contradicted or other
wise explained, to warrant a convic
tion." The last grand Jury was tmpanelod
In this coutt In October, 1909. Slnco
then, namely, on January 1st, 1910,
tho new criminal code ot the United
States has como Into effect. This
code Includos most, but not all, of tho
Federal penal provisions, and they
may be roughly recapitulated as fol
lows: Treason, and other offenses
agalutt 'ho exlBtcnco of tho govern
ment; orfeuses against tho laws of
noiitMllty; offenses against the elect
ive fi.tuchlse; offenses against the op
crutluns of tho government; offenses
'Continued on Face 3)
"Owing to the number of libraries
which have been recently construct
ed throughout the United States,
from pub Ic funds and through funds
contributed by Androw Carnegie, the
committee has ascertained that II
brar) buildings' have become more
or less u specialty and the desire Ii
o obtain the benefit of experience
and sklK of specialists.
"After a conference has been had
with Mr. AyreB. tho subcommittee
will report to the trustees for final
action as to the niotliod to be pur
sued. As yet neither the trustee
nor the committee has been commit
ted to any definite method of pro
The subcommittee Is made up of
the following: A. Lewis, chairman;
V. F. Dillingham .Prof. W. A.
W. II. Babbitt stated this morning
that the trustees of the library were
j awaiting a reply to their letter to
Governor Froar In reference to tho
Bungalow site, which site has been
determined upon for the new II-
urary sanction has not jet been
given to build upon this site, and
this matter will be further discuss-
ed wheu.Mr. Ayres arrives next week
from New York.
If there is ANY day on which,
your store's ad SHOULD be printed,1
is there, then, ANY DAY on which'
it ihould NOTt
Are there tome days on which it
is not necessary to advertise your
store t Some days when enterprise v
may be suspended t
WASHIN0T0N. D. 0.. Apr. 12.
Insurgent Republicans are very much
incensed over the defiance uttered
by Sneakrr Cannon in response to
the refusal to vote $2000 for on au
tomobile for the Speaker of the
House. They state, however, that
theviwill postpone drastic action in
dealing with the Speaker until they
nave put inronRh me Administra
LAND IN JAPAN .'
FOR FOREIGNERS I
TOKIO. Anr. 12 KeitriMtnn. r."rJ
iwdinu the ownership of land "iiriJj
iupan oy lorcigners wnose COUnineS'
crant the ownership privilege to
Japanese win become effective to
THE0 AND GIFFYi
FORTO MAtmiTTO Ttslv Anr 10
Col. BooiCVelt nnri fllffnrrl PinMint
held another extended conference on .1
American politics today.
Japanese, Russians And
Japaiicse, Portuguese, Russian anttS
Kiirean laborers may tome to Ha-'
wall In large numbers, but thoy are
mlgratoiy In their habits and prac-
tlcally every steamer leaving for thol
Orient Is taking a delegation ot erst-'
whllo plantation laborers away.
The Japanese liner Nippon Maru'
east off her lines from Alakea street4
wharf at 11 o'clock this morning". S
iue sieumur sauea lor japaneso ,
ports and Hungkoug, with few first-')
class passengers from Honolulu, but
In the steerage there wero nearly
two hundred Japanese, with a
sprinkling ot Russians, Koreans nnd
Chinese. Five Portuguese who ar
rived hero by tho Drltlsh steamship
Swaulcy from the Axores, and who:
wero found to bo nffltcted with an .
Infectious disease, were passengers
by tho liner, bound for the Portu- :
guese colony via the Far East and,
sues and me Mediterranean. fl
Theso Immigrants are In charge 'J
of Chief Inspector R. C. Ilrown ur
the Immigration station, who will '
be absent from the Islands for four,
mouths. Mr. Drown will accompany
tho Portuguese to their place of em-S
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uninnuuu, I hujt cull mil oo inKOIl
Into United States territory, couse-,
quentl) a more roundabout route
must be pursued In returning them
to their homes.
The departure of tho .Nippon Mnru"
wns without Incident or brazen mel
ody. There was a bevy of dashlngn
(Continued on Face 4)
A Ni:V RUDDlUt will be fitted, to
tho American schooner M, Turner
before that vestel departs from Ka
liulul for Honolulu. It will bo re
membered that when the Turner
vveU shore oft JClihulul the vessel i'
Vsuntnlned the loss of her steering
aillinrnttiri Thn vpkrmI la In rnma tn
Honolulu and go on the marine rail ft
way for repairs. She will probably
f.ot arrive here before the first, oti
next month, , :
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