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Wji ' ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4502. 10 PAGES. HONOLULU', TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13, 1910. 10 PAOES. PRICE 5 CENT! j
I lATMnfOTET OF POST CARD CASE
Prnh -s Nnt F
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 13.
Reports received of opposition to the
Prohibition yjoint resolution from
Prohibitionists of Hawaii are not
generally credited here. Congress
man Hamilton, chairman of the
Committee on Territories, states that
in his opinion there is no doubt of
the passage of the resolve.
It Is apparent from this cable
gram received this afternoon Hint u
illvlslnn of the Prohibition forces,
wlillo reported in Washington, U
not gonernlly credited liy those In
charge of the Joint resolution that
In supposed to pans thn House on
"Homo Wednesday between now and
the first of Jujy, or earlier If Con
IN GOV'T CAR
PORTO MAURIZIO, Italy, Apf. 13.
Colonel Roosevelt and his family
started for Venice today, traveling
in a car provided by the govern
ment. There was a publio demon
stration at the departure of the
WAS IN DANGER
SAINT ETIENNE. France, Apr.
13. What is thonnht to have been
an attempt on the life of Premier
Briand was thwarted here today. A
man was noticed b the detectives
to cain a position close to the Pre
mier, When arrested he was found
to be armed.
HORSES M MULES
Dix Due Friday Took
Part. In War
Tho United States nfniy transport
Dix, ilun to nrrlvu at Honolulu on
Kiiday, bringing Ilvo thousand four
hundred tons of Japanese, coal from
tho celebrated Mllkl mines, has par
ticipated to a groat extent In tlui
recent military maueuvors held. In
thn l'lilllpplno Islands. ,
Th6 old reliable army vosnol trans.
pnrl?d out of Manila nnd returned
' ti the iirmy ImBu no.irly four thou
sand head of horses und mules sinco
sho last called at Honolulu. Tho
1 vessel likewise guvo transportation
to ovor llvo thousand troops,
Tho Dix arrived ut Manila on
January 17, nnd from that tlmo
until her sailing for Japan, to take
on her coal shipment, tho troopship
hns been active In tho movement of
men and equipment used In tho wnr
game which has Just boon plajed In
thn far-away Islands.
'The Dix brings coul to replenish
tho quartermaster's pile nt this port.
The fuel .comes from tho mines own
ed nnd .operated by the Mitsui Ilus-
sail KaUha of Japan. The trans
port Is expected to remain here for
ten days or two weeks to discharge,
nnd will then proceed to Seattle,
wheia the vessel Is duo to tako on
n shipment of quartermaster sup
plies u kills after tho first part of
Thn Dix Will dixhargi nt tho
On Kapaa Deal
Others Interested State Settle-.r
merit Is Surely At Hand
dn nnt know ulicn
settlement, it ccr."
This was tho reply written
Governor Prcar this lnorilhiK In ro-
spouse to u nolo nddrcsscd to him In
the executive chamber nt tho Capitol j
where tho Kapaa land conference Is
now In the midst of discussion an 'I
deliberation. Tho two Hues of the
Governor's reply contain all thn
doubt that Is possible to crowd Into
them, and would Indicate thnt tho
chief exccutlvo Ioch not expect a
lavotnlila outcome to tho tonfor-,
The gcticinl opinion which has
been expressed by tlioso who flguro
In tho deliberations now going on at
tho Capitol Is qulto contrary to tho
oxpressed view of tho Governor,
t'ho.'o who ure In a position to know
of the actual progress state that thn
icttlcincilt nnd final dlsposltlou of
the,jjrolipms nUcrtlng tho KiipoJljn pxr,)!"(fc,il'cni9llJj' Jf
Sake Importers Are
Granted More Time
treasury Department Authorizes Sus
pension Of Labeling Regulation
On Brokers' Requests
Tho customs brokers operating pet milled of entry.
Mrs. Johnston's business sent u c.i- This morning tho following reply
blcgram to tho Secretury of tho by cable was rereltpd:
Treasury at Washington esterday, "Customs, Honolulu:
through Collector Stnckable, to ro- "Until furtner Instructed pormlt
llova an ordor issued for seizure ot relabeling all liquors not marked li,
all packages of spirituous vlnuous, accordance with Section Two lrty
malted, fermented, or other Intoxl-
eating liquor of nny kind, Imported
hprp without being properly lubelcdi
on mo ouisiue cover as to plainly
show tho namo of the conslgnco, the
nature of Its contents, nnd tho quan-j
tlty contained theroln (to comply
with Treasury Decision ,No. 303911
nnd Soctlon 210 of tho Criminal
Code), nnd decided by Collector
Stnckable hero to bo enforced on all
shipments not uttout on April 1; In)-
portatlons nlloat on April 1 being a-
lowed to bo 'relabeled prior to belngl
Protest Against Forty
Mile Gait Of
Tho Infantile volco ot protest has
been lifted against what Is termed
"tho reckless driving of automobiles "TT.l"Ti ' "" aV.r""y0r""u5 word's values of sucar. That this , """" . "'' -"c.ia.igp i hi -
at a forty-m.lo gait" through Ka.lhl. W-'MK t iTM H
Ouo hundred und fifty school
children, who through a petition
which tins been submitted to Mayor
Jocopb J, Torn dcclaro that they
are regular attendants of Kullhl-wn-euu
school, on Gullck avenue, usk
the city and county fathers for re
dress against what they term a con
stant menaco to life and limb ot tho
voung Amoilca now attending tho
Institution of lournlug.
The long list of names follows
potltlon aBklng for an extension ot
limns o( iho speed ordinances.
(Continued on Face 2)
lauds are now nt hand nml that tho
Uosslon today was simply occupied Inj
cicarliiR up snino of tho details nec-
cssarlly Involved In a rompllratcd
question of public land administra
tion. It Is stated that one of tho most
difficult questions that have conic be-
furo tho conference, nnd whtbh Hen-
ator Kalrchlld, as manager of thi
Makco Sugar Company, Is vitally In-
tcrestcd in, is tho water right In-
. .. .
tho propositions Itnolvcd
us of tho settlement will
Iik tlio terms
be tho establishment of a "nlor ci)iu -
....... n. i.. i.i.. . ..i ii. u.
m.i tji ,.,(, u... iiuu Ul liiu niiKb
tlons Involved for tho solution of
the difficulties that accompany tho
J.. A. Thurston Is acting as tlm
uttbruey for the MaUco Sugar Com
pany In tho deliberations, und hfs
trip to Kauai is In the Intorcst ot
Criminal . Code Treasury Decision
Thirty Thousand Thrco Nino Three.
Thn following was tho mchsagfa
"Treasury, Washington (D. C):
"Honolulu suko Imixirtors request
extension or prlvllcgo relabel ssl.o
Imports from Japan por steamer
Chlyo Maru sailed April se(oi.d. Asia
April ninth, claiming Insufficient
time properly notify exporters t'
comply with Doclslon 30393.
NIPPON ON CHIYO
Will Visit World's Cities
Another party of Japanese comniei
filll I nltll Hi I aulfm urn .!. . ....li.,.
h ro from Jp fnt Sot rdny miuAIhlg
S7K values appear to bo nrm.y
clal conditions Thov will nt v Kit fl"d, this can only bo accomplished
IN UnHed 8 atesnX ,7,1" Tlom.,1 ri-h-n- 'r lh !
i ouo. whoro'thev Inti'iid to visit nil l,l,un,lon l concerned, there Is llttlo
Oorntany, Italy., Hnssla ,, othnrj '.. "" """' SnkhX
inuccH wnicu innv ininu m trm i.n .ir
Interest to thorn.
Th.. ..... ..i ri i . .l.
'VM t7 "Z ," J" Z
merchants and capitalists. Tho party " "l " ,iScuHln 3 Tl6o cost so
is traveling under tho auspices of IhuTjii" B huim ","' ? ?r 4S?c iluTv
J TQHIo Asnhl'Bhlnb.m, ono of thu wrtKBilltortiS
" Influential fatrWimitiers In Jnnan. fRr'1' Thoro '" "ne. T'iVL0.'.' 0'.
, --.- --- - -. ...... ... .. ,, ........ ..
influential ntfwspupers In Japan.
'Jllinv of tin. niPmlinni nccnnlliiL. l.l
I Vnl!' ncc,'r'""K "'
I (Continued on Page 2) ,
HOW TO LOOK ClrnnA Tnrv On
FOR 'MUM COHTirana July KJIl
If m think the romct Is worth
noelnc at thn preicnl tlmo (and ac
rordltiR to Professor Donashho It
ran ho kccii), set jour nlnrm clock
for I a. in., and get up when thn
Take a pair of good
I point them at Ve
will have no trouble
In finding In the east, then slowly I
pull tho glass down nt an angle ofl
about 45 degrees till within about
10 degrees of the horlron, and it Is
said that the fast-dying visitor can
bo easily "picked up." I
$1,360,000 PAID IN
H. MS. CO.
Hawaiian Commercial made .1
jpiunt of $l,rsr,8'JG.02 on tho sugar
milium oi fl.itiftiiOu.v. (ill uiu bikui
, or ,909 ,,, ou( ii3fi0i0o0 In
(,v,,',cn,lBt uml carrpi, ovcr Bllrlllll
r ..,., , .', 7f.
a cording to mo an
nual report made public today.
Stockholders of Hawaiian Com
mercial hold their annual meeting In
San Kranclsco this forenoon, and al
though thn ciihlps give no report of
extruordlnury'iictlon t iken, the ro
port of condition for thojenr end
ing December 31, tsosjiild the pros
pects for tbe picrnt scasuji are inoit
satisfactory, ' I
Manager Prank llaldln's report
In Its most Important drtulls follows:,
The water s'tjiply on the plantation.!
excepting In Nmenib"r suit (luring ihu
tli Kt part of December was exi I'ptlnn
ally good, but I' was i-i cold ilui.ns
the first four tuuiths of tho year 19(19
thut tho growth of tlm cane was con
Crop of 1509.
Thu tnllllns of this crop was s'nrt
(Continued on Page 4)
A verdict for tho defendants was
returned by u Jury 'In Judgo Whit
ney department of the Circuit Court
in tho cuso against .tho Wnlluku
Sugar Company Tho milt was
biought on ejectment proceeding,
and Involved land occupied b) tho
Walluku Sugar Company.
ON WORLD'S SUGAR
Tlie l''edcrnl Ituportor for March 29
rciHirts ns follows on tho sugar mar
ket: Rsw'jugar. Aftor tho holldajs last
week, tho market opened quiet, but
firm, with n good feeling among hold
ers. Yesterday being u holiday In
Kuropo, there was nu cable until this
morning, when tho London market
whs quoted us firm, with holders de
manding higher prices and values at
Its. 0i., for Murcn, April or May
delivery, tho cqiilvrilont of B.lfio. duty
paid Now York, or 80 points over our
today's spot quotation. In this con
nection It Is of Interest to nolo tho
compnrutlvo prices of other jcars.
Two yours ago at this tlmo Culms for
March shipment wero boiling pt 3 00c.
rout and freight,, tho samo price at
which thoy aro today quoted, but at
that time European beet sugars woro
quoted lit Us. "'id., or 3s. 7Hd. lower
than toil ay's quotation. As compare I
with one yoar ago tho boot market
shows an advance of 4s. 4d., while
our spot market shows an advance of
only .lilc. per bandied. This Is suffi
cient to show that our market luis not
- ,1, , huh
-.- ---- --". --..
3 1.1 Rr cntif mill frnlcht till, fnlllvnlcnt
ir. ...:..:.".. . " j: "' ... .;
'"I 1.11c amy imiu mr n uuureun iuai.
There Is . ropor. In tho market ...lay
j.,,., ,u, 1..II RiflW uh ..i.tAnr hnu i.u.m
",c0 " " P" '"' migni nu on-
tnlned nt 4.3fic. basis of today's spot
quotation. Wo hate previously point-
(Continued on Page 2)
TO CITY OFFICERS i
Federal Inquisitors' Action Re
mains A Secret True
After hoirlng all of tho nldcncu that
hns been githerud by tho United
Slates officials In connection with tha
ohtccno post card luwistlgitlon, tho
Kcdcrnl (Irand Jurj this morning vot
ed on nu Indictment. It is nnt known
et whether n true bill has been re
turned but tho IndleiiMons arc Hint
Homconu will have to faco a prosecip
Hon In tho United States court for u
violation of the law preventing tho
transmission of lniproer matter
through tha malls. ,
AliluiiK litu rYlill'llco dim i
sontcd to the consideration
Grand Jury by United Stat
Among Iliu evidence! Hint nax pro
Attorney llreckons was tho Ope that
Claim Dying Man
Was Forced To Sign
Death Bed Figures In Suit Brought
vv. To Revoke Deed To
i Land ,
Charging that Archibald S. Mnhul'i tho owner expressed his nsh as: t'o
and Kaacmnktt Knkula cligitKcd In a
deliberate and successful attempt to
muse h's brother to deed away laud
valued atl'.!MHl while on his I'ehthbed.
Daniel Kamokuinaliakc i his brought
n suit In tho Circuit Court asking that
tho deed bo set as I do and tho proper!)
convejed to hlmsu.f as tho sole heir of
tho dead man,
Tho property Involved in the suit Ik
located nt Kawa'hiip.il nml iiccnrdllng
to Iho terms of tho suit filed todnv It
whs tho Intra Ion of Keaweltntiul to
convoy llic property to Ills biolher.
thu complainant and to his foster
child, l.itxlu McShane.
Tho complaint stntcs positively Hint
400 SHARES OF
Big Transaction Tuesday
At $300 Per Share;
Four hundred shares of Alexander &
lluldwln stock woro sold yesterduy af
ternoon In tho local market at $300
por shnro. This Is tho largost block
that has broinht so high it figure, al
though thr, lust pruyi'iiis Bale of it tow
odd shares wss.ut this price. Iho last
previous ilreablo sale Involving near
ly half n million of dollars moved tlm
slock nt $250. Ttio stock was all (lik
en up locally In lots of tv.cuty.flve and
Thlrf was. Iho biggest Item of tho
business world In stock transactions
forjthe Jist twenty-four hours and did
not apjH'ar on Iho Kxrlmugq report,
as this stock Is not llu'ed.
Iluslnei.s on Iho nxchnngi Is still
returns on new crop sugars. Six Ea
ut 31.125 and twenty Hllo Hallway
common at 15 constituted iho ua h
business at Iho morning session Will
nlitn "old jesterday nt 137, Haiku
nt 150 Pioneer at. 2.11 nnd Hawaiian
ConiliK rrlal ut 12.50. .
Quotations are sagging ns Iho re
suit of the Inactivity hut thcro aro faw
foiced sales nnd fow pick-ups.
Thea,cr ,or '
your tickets for the Society
i be given at th,ft,3mpire
the benefit. 'of tho,, trans
pacific yacht race. ( . .
1 tJHTBULLETIN AD8 PAY-Jg
was used In printing the cards In tho
offlco of tho .lapamw newspipor tho
Nlppti Jill. Tho tp. Is still In Its
oilglnnl forms not having b""!! dis
tributed and having apparently iiccn
kept for 'ho purport! ui pnmiiM ui.ie.
ot tno onsccno cunts ir tneir sponsors
thought It ncccsi-nry
It Is expected that n partial ropoitl
will bo returned by tho (Irand Jury.
this nook, stating whether or not nu
Indictment hns been retiirm d III tho
Tho United States Grand Jury was
in scskIAji nil tho morning nnd entered
Into an exhaustive conlderntlin ofi
tho cvhltnco obtained In tho lines b'
g itlon I
tho dlsiltlou or Iho properly wlillo
lie was on bis deathbed and tint Ma
li ul it nn I tho defendant drew up it deed
oxiii" y opposite to thu wishes of tho
sit uinn and brounlit It In him for
IiIh ''jniture. It is Mated that when
thn Irrms of tho ilred wero road Ki
aweimihul noticed n dlscrcpincy.nn'l
refused to sign It.
As ho was gioulug weaker. It Is
cb'irged thnt thn men diclnrcil the;
inlsundirr,t''od li'in mil If ho slmie 1
the deed at band they would linnie
dlntn'y nxernto nnotlier, transferring
the lioptity In tho brother and tho
fouler child. This, It Is th.irg"d bus
not been dono, und the defendant .Is
now In (KissfHslon of tlm property.
OE BAD ASSAULT
Defendants Claim They
Ihls moiiilng nt (ha police court,
two Murines, named Chamberlain
nnd Thompson, wero (barged with
having committed nn assault with a
..,,., ,.,1111iinril.i w. i
defendant Chamberlain was arrested
on tho night nt tho assault, and tho
other man, Thompson, whs charged
Tho Portuguese hoy who vvns ns
Hnulled deposed that Chamberlain
had hit hint on the head with some
thing hind, and as an Iron knuckle,
duster whs fouiid on n vacant lot
if laud near Mauniikca and Hotel
(reels, where tho assault took plaio,
was surmised that tho ugly-look
lug "duster" had dono tho damage,
Thompson, on tho wlti.css stand.
testified that ho and somn Mildlcru
from Fori Shutter wero slandlng on
Iho turner of Maunukea and Hotel,
I when a I'ortugttoso suddenly hit him
f i oin behind und half stunned him.
.He thou run down Hotel streot to
j whero he saw a hunch of men strug
' gllng As soon us tho pollco officer
nrrlvcd on the scone, Thompson got
away und went home.
I Chamberlalu also took tho stand,
I nnd he sworn thut niter Thompson
was knocked down, ho chased the
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., Apr. 13.
Members of the Democratic State
Committee held a conference here to
day with lending members of tho
party to reach a conclusion on tlte
platlorm to be put before the com
irip State convention.
The decision is in favor oi a tnnii
nlnnlr rftlltnrv tnr n tflrlfT Hint Will
not cscccd the difference in the coU
of production at home una nbroau.
This is on practtcsiiiy the same
lines fs the platform adopted by the
Republican convention of Indiana.
NASHVILLE, Tcnii., Apr. 13.
Tlia Supicme Court of tho Stale
handed down a decision today af
firminR the prison sentence of Cql.
C'o er, who shot nnd killed ex-Sen-Canr.ntk.
The action of the
lt,cr com! in i convictinc Cooper's
scrs vvas reversed. ;,
Immcdiatcl.v the Oovcmor was in
formed of the decision of the court
in the rnic, he issued a pardon for
The trial of Cooper nnd his sous
for the murder cf Senator C.inwiok
vvns one of the most sensational ths
State has ever known, ns the prin
cipals in the murderous 'affnir had
kept nn a most bitter feud. 1'ricnds
of Carmack condemn the action of
the Governor in practically setting
asido the verdict of the jury and the-;
deliberate conclusions of the courts
FAIRBANKS. Alnska, Apr. 13.
Mcmbcis of the expedition that
reached the top or Mount McKinlcy
report the height of the mountain ns
.INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Apr. 13
Democrats of national note are as
sembled line today to participate in
the cclcbmtiqn of Jefferson day.
JUDGE LYNCII'S l-,UltY..C,!'
MEIUDIAN, Miss,, Apr. 13 A
negro who vvns held here for killing
his jailer wnstnkcu by a mob to
day, shot, hanged, his throat cut and
the body finally rrcinnlcd, beforo the .
infurintcd people had exhausted
ti n :: tt t: :: it :t it :: tt t: tt n ti it
men who bad assaulted his mate'.
Upon overtaking life. Portuguese, onq
of llient, ncrordlng' In Chnuiliorl'iltf,
diew u knlfo nnd attempteil to stab
him. In tln scufflo Hint cnsiird.
Chiimherlalii rlalmciC that ho wai
tut In thn left ear. . ' ;
Chamberlain ndmlllcd rgirylug u
Unucklo duster, and s.ild his reason
was because, teveinl Marlnun hiid
been buitcu nn by Hawaii urn anil
others nl nlgh'l tlmo down at Camp '
Vrr nnd Ilia Natal iitatlou lio
lidded that ho had thrnwit the weap
on nw.ty becaiiho ho did not wish
to bit found with It In his pasjea-
slon when ho was Inken In tho po
Dr. Hmcrsou was en I led ns a wit-j
uesH in tho raso, nml ho lun ahkart'
If fit lila oplnl"tt tho wound on'
Clitimbuilniii o uir could havo been.
causeel liy n pullciinan'g club Tito
doctor would not any for suro, and
remarked that' thu side ot a club
might huvo possibly duno tha dam
age, Judgo Andrn'do decided to tako tho
cabo under advisement, and allowed
tho two Marines to depart In cus-j
tody nt nn oftlcor ot tho reglmqu
On Saturday morning tho men vvllHi
havo to appear In (oiirt nnd bean