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C.iljo Mnru . . . . . . , .. .Apr.
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4193,
CITY IS VICTOR IN PAVIJG INJUNCTION
VATICAN DENIES ANTI-AMERICAN ACTION
COURT HOLDS PAVING "
CONTRACT IS LEGAL
The city .niul County of Honolulu
run proceed with Hip work of pine-
Ing (lie pntcntcil paving known ni
bltullthlc on lSirt street, Jitilgo Iloli-
Inton,' In tlio Circuit Court, this
morning haying dismissed tlio order
to Dhow cniiHq why nil injunction
should not Im nranlcd icUralnliig
thn city and county from entering
Into n contract with Joseph Oilman,
an the representative of tho Stand-
aid liltullthlc I'm lug Company.
The case was disposed of liy Judg?
lloblnson after hearing nrguniciit
liy Attorney Krnnk Thompson, In he-
hnlf ot 10. J. Lord, who petitioned Itcanl of Supervisors considered It
for the injunction, and Deputy City necessary to handle the problem by
and County' Attorney I"rcd Mllver- ordinance which Attornoy Prank
ton. Thompson apparently showed with
Judge lloblnson dismissed tho or-( finality U practically Invalid becuuso
dcr to show cause on the ground It lacks a title which Is necessary to
that tho contentions made by the at-, conform with the provisions of thi
torney for tho petitioner did not ap- law
ply to road wofk or rcpnlr work,1 Tho nrguniciit occupied three dns
uml that tho statute of tho Ilevlscl'and a number of legal authorities
- MORE TRICKS
Bombs.For Perelstrous And De Kerberg
Said To Be ManufacturedInner
Circle Of Thirty Getting Busy
That a determined body of thirty Tho Russians nro fearful of being
Husslans la dominating tho rest of spied upon w'lllo holding their meet-
tho Immigrants, and that theso Inner lugs, and consequently nil tho gather-
Urdu men havo from tlmo to tlmo Ings of the "Thirty" havo been wry
held meetings at which tho uctulil mak- brief and muchly to tho point.
Ing or bombs and the advocating of Tho niemhers or tho inner circle are
binning up I'vrclstious and tho icpru- trying all thoy can to prevent tho rest
rcntatlve or tho ttusslan government, of iho Immigrants from taking cmploj-
Commissioner do Kerberg who ar- tuent on tho plantations and, on every
rhcij last week, has boon advanced, la posslb u occasion, threats nro mado
known to ho rn absolute fact by tho ngalntt thoso who doiilro to glic tho
authorities. Jobs that nro offered a trial.
Tho thirty conspirators aro sworn Tho police imthorltlej aro In con
to secrecy bill their mectlnga havo to stant touch with the Husslans who aro
bo held in easily accosslblo places, camped at Iwllel, and there Is nothing
and consequently (hero has been somo of Importance which is not reported
eacniliO'plng and tho plans ot tho to the department,
new Paradise of Ilia 1'dclllc brand ot night from tho start of tho trouble
nihilists, hup boeomo known. i thero has been u,RUsplclon that a cer-
At one meeting Held Inst week a tain number of tho Husslans were In
Russian named Nlchosklcf Is alleged 'cllncd to tnko matters In to their own
to havo addressed tho gathering of hands wticn thoy Imagined that thoy
the Inner circle, and to havo declared
that all thn uoccssary matorlnlB 'for
liomb making wero to ho obtained 111
Honolulu, and that ns coon ns tho In -
fcrnal machines wore manufactured,
I'crelstroiis and do Korbsrg would bo1
nt i ,ti ...I i.miii; uic muucuvcri oi warsmpj, inc
LleVCrCSl LlCntWeiRnt At cruiser Muenehen rammed a torpedo
. . 7 .. I boat, causine a disaster. Two were
LclSl lilKCS I I1C
Johnny Murphy, tho most isipular
lightweight Who ovor drew on a gloo,
died this morning nt St, Joseph's San
itarium, Silver City, Now Moxtcn,
where ho went shortly uttor ho left
Honolulu, nick Sullivan received a
ablo this morning which convoyed tho
hrlor nows of Murphy's dteath.
Tho dead boxer wbb without ques
tion one of the cleverest llghtwolghts
who over pulled on a glovo, and his
waH such a kind nature that every
body who camo In contact with him,
liked him. Murphy camo to Honolulu
on thu Invitation of Dick Sullivan,
mid stayed somo months In hopes of
a change for tho bettor occurring.
Ho, nt last, seemed to realize that
his case was hopeless and as thu
sportsmen of 8an Francisco had got
ten together a sum of money for his
benefit he said goodbye to Hawaii
Johhnj wns not quite twenlj-ono
I,hvh making It mandatory for thil
city lo udvertlsa for bids on nil work
costing in excess of (Ron was plaln-
ly and specifically exempted tinder
Iho lernis of n section of ths lis-
lsod l.nwu applicable.
Tho decision of Judgo llohlnsou
thin tiun i:lncr Is niiisldcrcil ns liclnc
pritctl -ally conclusive on the tncritii
of the caso nnil means Hint tho at-
tempt to pi event the Fort Btroct
paving has failed. In the course ot
commenting on tho case this morn-
lug, JudRc ftoblnson remarked that
It did not seem quite clear why the
were being In nny wny Injured, Tho
ring leaders ara tho thirty men who
havo decided to try a llttla of tho old
'tM id moS'i if nd ll is I nnwn tint
they hnvo sworn to "deal with tho no-
Ilco" If any nttompt to arrest them Is
TWO DIE IN
CTPTT1W !). I A 1 Tl.,..
uiiiiiii Aiuoam, nuii -, u
ini fhi TnnniMivr nf wnmTitn Mm
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killed and many of the crew of the
torpedo boat were injured.
EUREKA, Cal., Apr. 14. The Pa
ciflo Coast steamship Santa .Clara
foundered on the Humboldt bar to
day. Ninety-five of those on board
Get your tickets for the Society
Vaudeville to be given at ths Empire
Theater for the benefit of the trans
pacific yacht race..
tt :: st st n tt ss h tt ss n u
joars of ago, and ho was stricken with
tlio terrible disease about a year ugo.
Ho put up a gamo fight against tho
grim reape'r but had Anally to tako tha
count something ho never did from
n human power.
10 PAGES. HONOLUJ J. TERRITORY OFl(AWAn, THURSDAY,
worn tiled liy both Thompson n ml
Mlherlnu in suppoit of their con
tentions. Theriiimnn claimed Hint
(ho liijiinctiiin should Issue on the
Rronml Hint tha nrtlnn tit tlio Hoard
of Supervisors wns contrary to pub-
lie ik)IIi' mill tlntl the) hud vlolalotl
thn law liv entering Into n inntritct
with (llltn.ui without flint ndvertli-
lug for hliU. Mlhcrton icpllcd to
this (insertion by contending that
when the liunrd h.ul decided to have
Mtiillthlc paving and Oilman was
tho tale representative in tho Tcr-
rltory handling tho patented article,
It would be manifestly
advertise for bids.
Thompson was granted until Mon
day next to file an amended bill or
lomp'nlnt, and tho city and county
will hate Ihe dajs from then to
make repl) Tho right of tho clt
and county to proceed with thowoi't
Is practically established, huwoci,
timlor (he decision ot this morning.
SAN JOSE. Costa Rica. Anr, 14.
Thirty successive severe shocks of
earthquake took place here today.
No lives arc reporte dlcst, but ths
city is panic stricken. Damnge to
property is estimated at over a mil
lion del Inn.
ROME, Apr. 14. An official state
ment J rent the Vatican contradicts
the report that American archbish
ops have come under the ban of tho
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I TtftW A. 1 rtn1nnt 1)aaa
liUJIlA. ilUI. 1. VU1UHOI iWWJ'l
velt. after a thorouch inspection of
this city, left today for Vienna,
SPOKANE, Wnsh., Apr. 14. A
dozen people were killed in the de
railment of a Northern Pacino train
near here today,
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 14.
Ianker Hayes was to4ay 'released
from custody, there beine insuffi
cient evidence to sustain the charge
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25Q
i Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
NEW HOME OF JAPANESE .
. BANK OPENS TO PUBLIC
MR. M. 10KIEDA
Manager Yokohama Specie Bank.
Honolulu the eatdtal clt of Ha-. Association mid So-rotary V. Takaku
wall has adilod tn its commercial strue-1
turcs one of the handsomest lnilldlngs
that wns ever ereeled In tho Islands
It Is tho now Yokohama Specie Hank ercrepresentatlns of Ipo four Amer
building at tho corner of Meichaut Iran binl.s or tho city, thus showing
and Ilethel streets. I tin ir giod will toward Mr. Tnklcda
As a titling celebration or thu com-1 and his asMiclates.
plction or Iho new bank building, M.I Tho clerks or tho Ii ink received tint
Toklcdn, the manager of the local 'guests as they arrived and presented
branch of tho Yokohama Specie llnuk,
Is holding a hoiisn warming ucepllon
this nftoiuoon. The doirs or the new
bunk weio open lo tho Invited xucsts
promptly at 12 3D o'clock and will so
lemuln until .. n't lock (his iiMernnon.
Mr Tokleda tho manngei, was as-,
slsled In receiving Ilia guests in the '
magnificent reception room, fronting
on llelliel street, by f). Yomkur.i ex-
president of tho Jupuni'su Merchants
AYRES TO MEET
Architect Will Confer
The heads of the various depirt-' Honolulu has been hutted to par
mrnts under the l'edernl govern- t!,v0 r tu, (rPII ot miililclpal wis
inent who tun eligible to quartors ,(im wht, H Wllll , (tnutlbli lux
In tho proposed now Federal build- urlnntly ,,t )Ps Molnct, Iho capital
Ing for Honolulu havo been Invito I r tIl0 cranii , i.i 8iato ,lt inwa,
to nioet with Mr Louis Ayres, tho'
nrrhlteit who Is representing the'
nnil or Mirh nawyeroi .cw ii.rh.
Mrr Ayres Is Vuo o anyo at Ho- teI1(Pr f()r llic .ilBtrllmlnii of llifor
i.oIulu by Iho laclllo Mall sleumoi , ((imorllllK tll0 wo)rftro ,
Siberia on Monday morning. ,,, ,llimei).
Whllo hero n number ot compel- ......
Itlvo designs for tho public building Honolulu has been otijolnrd o
will bo submitted to Mr. Ares, Ouo on,'l,rt '"' l,e M',1M '"' u
iIphIlm, whleh l now ntir..etl.m o....rlf"ilar letter thai lull Just boon
sldcrnblo attention has been on ox-
hibitlon In a Port street window ot1
i:. O. Hall & Sou It Is tho work ot
Architect C. W, Olckey.
Thu conrnrenrn which has been
planned between the chlots or vari
ous I'ederal "bureaus and tho rcpre
tontathe ror tlio suporvlBlng aichl
tccts will In u measure bring out the
needs and requlromonts of the sev
eral depaitmonts In the allotment
ot suitable quarters.
Tlio nousing or me rcuerai oiisi-
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ness undor one roof Is destined tu
provo a great convenience to tho
liiisliicss community. Sovouil do.
p.irtmoutK are conduttlng their bus-
Incss under marked difficulties im-
Ing to cramped quarters, ,
mi. - .... .. n,.. ..,w l.illiuml
HIS Ul.li.ll.ll III ll.-l !""" i'.i
i.eeessary for handling thn depart-
. ment wort, will be ono of the mat
ters that will receive attention al
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the news and hence
APRIL 14, 1910. 10 PAGES.
wa. Consul (Icncrnl Uyeno wns also
In tho reeivlng line anil fromlnonl
' among thoso insisting In tho reception
them to Mr Tokleda In thu reception
room who ricclved their congratula
lion On leaving this room, thoy woro
utduiud into tho in -l I it apartment liy
nttnrhes who explain" 1 tho different
departments of the hank.
hi the niakal-Kwii reception room
were unload on thu tables tempting
rcfreitimcntH of many wirlclles. Theso
wero freolj partaken of by ihe guests.
(Continued on Pfttre 2) I
Information On Tap At
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Trom what can be gathered by n
perusal or the letter,
uiu tiiy aim
louifty or iioiioiiiiii eui on put wisu
to n wliolo basketrill or wrlllkos III
Iho pmper handling or thn hiunlcl
pal maihlnery, and al tho'llistgnlll
Hint tost or only four dollars.
The l.eaguo of AiiinrlcniV,MuiilcJ'
palltles has Its lieadqiiarlcis lit tin
2Hawko)o Statu (npltnl. According
,to tho prospectus" whl h has boon ro-
...-.vcii m. um ii.m.u.u.u .. ,., ...-
,nI...AI .., ,,... I,..n,.,..,.. .1... hull ...n
orgaiiliatlon is supplying lis mom-
hois with all soils of Information uf
nny naluto bearing upon tho gov
eminent of munlelpalltli.s. With
Iho Invltullon to tome In timlor tho
sheltering braiicheB of tho league Is
ml Id .urn mm mil run it nut fnc h rhrp!(
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in posta nuuiii) oner for our oo..
lars This sum, It is Mid, will
tover the tobt and postage uroti a
(Continued on Pace 2)
Go Through Philosophizes
"It does not make any dllterciico
what the (Jmeininei.t might do with, Wi'imi ran i.e nc ireu oj ere.u .w
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I'rcar this morning, thero would boj
criticism or our actions. Wo aro now
trying to ellect u settlement ravoraulo
to Loth shirs and I think we have sue-
cecded In sudoral limes past, how
eer It wns thouaht the Kanaa land
deal had been finally settled when, The Knp.ia ronferi'iico nt tho Capl
Lometlilng turned up that rpollcd cv- tol lastel nil mninlug and a largo
colhlns" miiirtiiit of giouud wns rnM-red liy
This was tho reply made by tho Gov- thorp iiaitlrltMlliig In (he deliberations,
einor to a dlioct question us to wheth- As rur s mi olliel.il stntrment is con
tr or not tho settlement or tho Kapaa crrned Imwcier tho progress ttia la
land deal was at linml, as rcimrtod. belrg nnde In the illiiosal of tho pub-
Tho (Ioernnr was not quite so peBS
in lit c and ho took occasion to do-
Iher Fomu remarks on thb nripilre'
inent of suddo nrlchcs. uUng tho Kt-
paa deal apparently us the "motif.
"Somo uconlo seem to think thut Ibo
only way to eequlio money Is to .get
Iho best of mmcono elso stated tho
FOR CHINESE PRINCE
Uncle of Chinese
Received By Governor In Throne
Room At Capitol
Ha mi for the official reception ol
tho Territory fif Hawaii tt. tils lm
nerlnl lMchiicss Prlnco Tsal T..u
pcrlnl Hlgliiitss 1 rlnco Tsal Tno,
lo ..r ll.n rtl.l.. ...... .........rnp
uuv.o . -iiv. i.iti ..i.ii.v
biotlier of tlio rrlucn Ilegclit, wero
lompjclcd this morning nt n meet-
Ing hold In tlio olllco of (Joiornor
l-'renr at tlio Capitol.
It was decided that Governor
Krear will rctrlvo Iho I'rlnco in Iho
Capitol Throne Iteoni, his stuff and
ni my and navy oHIcorH being presfiiL
at the saino time. This will be ills-
TO BE INCREASED
After July I, tho rates for gov-
r ,, , . .T,
per acie, or 5-8 cents per squaio
This Is ifono In order to have
home system In regulating tha usn
or walet- ror Irrigation purpotoi.
Ciller Clerk Manuel Cook or tho
Public Works Department stated
this attornoou that tha change ts or
llttla Increase, comparing with tho
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-old water rato. With tlio adoption
of this new method. It Is expected
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mat uio water, win not no uuiietes-
saruy useu.iierenltcr, as lias neon tna
caso In tho past,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Enterrd ror Record April 13, 1310, from
10:30 a, m, to 4:30 p. m.
Ilenihard llruhii to Hermann Hugo
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" r ininiui "1 iiij w Ji
,lnrrPtto u Hrock and hsb to James
u Ill((, ()
oaliu College by Trs to .Michael It.
Kani Tort t Ho Kjm Choug 113
H. V Wlchman to Arthlir V. Wall
.,, , Knll..1, ,n II linn,,.. I.
Ann0'K. Molt Smith and list, to Klor-
once i Mariner I)
norenco L. Mariner nnd hsb to
Trcnl Tiust Co, Ltd.
store's ad SHOULD be printed,
is mere, men, ax jmi on wn
It should NOT?
Are there some days on which it
is not necessary to advertise 'jour
store t Some days when enterprise
may be suspended?
PRICE 5 OENTt
Says Deal May
chief pxitiiIIip "That
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Tlio Intimation that iiccompaulcd th,s
Omernnrs leiunrks ts lh.it ono Is tiii
be "dnii" In tho Kapm land doal and
tti.it Iho settlement will be receivOl
with Hallsfiifiion mid contentment by
He lands of Knp.ia are secret mid not.
obta nab to. 1 in fact that tlio I.
cttor is not tiilto rn peBslmlklloJ ai
J"' ''iH'Cari'd 'sterdny would scrvgjta
l mm that tho progress Is material
and lirge In extent
The dnt.ilh will probably bo kuowil
when th" dejl (h ronsiiiutiialcil,
Emperor Will Be
liuctl ullklal and will not bo pub?
He Ah tho frtucr and hit inimor-
." relliiuo enter tho r.rouiuU of;th.a
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ijine guiiB, tlio nelitpleco to bo op-
rruleil b the member Of the Nil-
tlonal Ouaiil. - .
l'olloulnn upon tho icceptlouUat
tlio Capitol, (ho 1'ilnic will be taken!
to tho Chines Consulate, on tjhurl-
dan ttreet. where ho will baJQUv
guest or tho Chinese Consul andf
where the tiutcrnur will rtturii(hlo '
ollkl.il mil, ,?!,i"
Entered for llccord April H, 1910, fromi
8i30 a, m. to 13130 a. m. i
first Hank or llllo Ltd lo Samuel
.Kiiuhune niul wr Iter
Jas, N. Kamakiilwl to Chang HuI.tftlH
tl .M. Kiiehu mid wr et nl to Kala;
Iloopli (w) ., , ,. ...;i
niraknl.i Kiiehu and wr et al to Kala.
Jl" "li"w ' "K to Ijiiii Kill 1 ong
Younrj Ohio Girl Held On Charoo
Murdering Her Sister.
MASBIM.ON, O., March . Chl&.o
I'olleo l.'itlo siys he has iniiinleletl
his rliiiiu of ovldeneo agilnkt Cathcr3
liiD Mnnz, hlxlcen years old, iharged?
wild the murder of bor sister, l:llxa-i
bulb tilt iu vnar-M her Kiiilnr ft iu .
,,nnl., , ,nra j, yimtlK ,.r
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trlnl early In April Thu pollen, nt
'Imlst thai I In. loiuie clrl "ii.ilsnno.1 hPJ2
sister with ttt c-ltnlncs. Thoy rlnlmj
they lmo pioof that Onthirliio was?
Jenkins or the pretty clothing and!
trinkets worn by lier sUter, niul to"soV
( uro ilicio she killed her slater. Thv
jniing K,rl win roiitluod In u daik colli
Id Mufc!llon rur fiil-eUlit hours, but
bo)ond loinpl, lining that she wauled I
havo better rlothlug In Jail has shown
no cmutlmi oer her fclstcr'a death. Sliii.
told u slory of how somo strango man J
had asked her to buy drug ror hlrnjS
but tlio pollio di clare this w a pleco ot j
fiction on thu pari of Dm girl
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noes saiiiinieu.. Ill , uuscrio IUQ
meat boj-ott? There's n towu
wouldn't expect to liiul any meat"
Kansas City Times.