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From San Francisco i
Siberia, , Apr. 18
tor ban -rniii'lsco:
CUlfo Mnui Apr. 1ft
Mnrnma ..Apr 2!
Maktira Apr. 26
IfNhcre is ANY day. on which
your store's ad SHOULD be printed,
is there, then, ANY DAY on which
it should NOIt
Are there some days on which it
is not necessary to advertise your
store t Some Jays when enterprise
may be suspended?
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4994.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICI I CENT.
ARMED POSSE SEARCHING FOR MURDERER
PAPERS READY IN KAPAA LAND DEAL
WATER RATE RAISE
Declares City Must Take Burden
Off Waterfront-Old System,
A defenno of tho raise In the flov
ornment water rntoB for tlio liouseholil
era of tho City and County of Hono
lulu was mado this morning by Super-1
Intcndent of Public Works Maraton
Campbell, to whoso executive power
tho Increase, authorized Is due. Camp
hell denies emphatically that It Is pro
180(1 to inako a money making pro
position out of tho public water works
"Not one cent more will reach tho
treasury of tho water works depart
ment through tho Increase In rates," t
Bald Campbell. "It Is simply n read
justment and places sonio of tho bur
den upon tho property holders of tho
city and removes a handicap from tho
waterfront of Honolulu. Under tha
old system the, adjustment of water
rates practically nmounted to highway
robbery as far as tho,Bhlpplng of tlitu
port was concerned. Tho shipping
paid at a rate of $2300 per million
gallons while tho rate paid by the
harbor city In general was $76 00 per
million gallons. This was a manifest
Kapaa Deal Settled
And Papers Signed
Disposal Of Kauai Public Lands
According To Conference
The Kapaa lands on Kauai, which flnulity that the details of tho settle
have been the center of nttentlqn in mot have been fully agreed upon and
the adndn.stra.lon of the public lands .or Trear was asked' this
of tho Territory, aro now in process nwrnn( for nll cnlcnl ,tatement doal
of disposal according to tho terms of ng with tho terms of tho settlement
tho agreement that Is the result of but he declared that he was not ready
tho conference botween the Oovcrn to make public tho Information yet,
ment officials and citizens Interested, and would resorvo any official on
Tho Kapaa conference haB been In nouncement that ho was to fnako until
session in the office of Governor Frear the conclusion of the meeting this of
during tho greater part of the week, ternoon. Tho meeting convenes at
. Tho Governor stated that the disposal 1:30 o'clock.
' of tho lands according to the policy Water rights, leases of water rlghtB
agreed upon at tho conference was and tho exchange of lands constitute
practically settled and that unless lihreo of tho Important problems that
something tinioresecn occurred tne nn-
al mooting this nfternoon would bo
the lust necessary to set tho machln
cry in motion that will provide for tho
disposal of the lands on Kauai "under
terms favorable to all concerned."
As a matter of fact the practical
conclusion of tho negotiations Is ev
idenced by tho drawing up of deeds
and other necessary documents that
will carry out tho Intent of the con
ference, the work having been under
taken this morning and Indicating with
LOCAL FIRM .
All of the bronze and copper work ' "fn inore VE2S?
Inlorlor trimmings, fixtures and Are- dflvlco will Instantly take up all lost
proof plato glass in tho now Yokohama motion from tho mechanism and then
Specie Hank building wore furnish- secure the clocking bolts against the
, ir r n.l,l.r l-USB Of explosives.
ed by H. E. Hondrlcic. TheB) v"mlUg wcro furnlBhei, by ,
The Vaults and Their Construction. R. Ilendrlck, tho local Mosler repro
Thero aro throo 14rgo vnultB. One, sontatlve, who mnde a trip East to
on the fit st floor 7 by 14 feet. Is to bo direct their construction. Tho broniu
used for deposit of coin, Thero nro railings and stairs (or upper story
two In tho basement, one, 7 by 14 feet, and basement wcro also furnished by
for n storage- vault, nnd tho other, 14 Mr. Ilendrlck.
by 10 feet, to ho used for safe deposit.'
with a cipaclty of three thousand R.rEPTlnN houh in nfTPNnn
boxes. Tho outer wall of each vault RECEPTION HOUR 18 EXTENDED.
Is of heavily reinforced steel concroto. I . ,,.,, , , ,
Kach door Is protected with combln.' " n"ou"t1 ?f t,n,Q delajcd arr yal
o'lon locks. These locks are the most ""f clllv Maru.',h,e reception
perfect iif construction and median- to the Chlncso prince will be extended
ism, being so arranged that each turn- "om 'o 11 I. m.
l.ti... ..nn lilt n n , An Ann Yll.ml.-iw1 Af I "
Ur Villi UU BUI ,l 1, 1IC IIIIIIUIVU ,, I
fi rmif nmnlmrtt nml thn lnrkit nrn mtv-l
able of ono hundred million chauges.
Injustice nnd It is to remedy this and
place nil eqnllub'e division of rate
(hut tho readjustment has been decid
ed upon." I
Campbell stated that tho total
amount of the Increase would amount
to between $4 000 nnd $5 000 per yeat
nnd that the Individual rates of In
crease would vary between ten cents,
nnd. six dollars per year.
Campbell asserted that there Is no
disposition upon tho part of tho Oov '
ormncnt to Increase the revenues of
the water department and gives as
the sole reason for tho advance that
tho harbor of Honolulu has been hear
ing nn unjust burden to such a largo
extent that It was sure to hnvo a re
tarding effect upon the growth of tho
"That Is tho reason for the ad
vnnco" said tho 'Superintendent of
Public works, "and my statement will
bo borne nut by the figures on the
books of the water department which
show conclusively that tho shipping
has been paying an unreasonable pro
portion of the water rates."
aro involved in tho details of the set-
tlement. Tho solution and equttablo
division or the water rights that ac
company the Kapaa lands were of par
ticular importance to the Makoo Sug
ar Company, and the rather lengthy
duration of tho conference Is attrib
uted to the determination of tho offi
ce of thn MnlcHn Rlicrnr ftamnnnv.
President Spauldlng and Manager'
Fnlrchlld to conserve the Interests of
the plantation In that all Important
They have proven to be absolutely
nonplckablo Kach door Is provided
with Moslor's nntldynamlto devlco,
connected with the locks and train of
bolts in such manner that In tho event
I of any attempt to destroy their opera-
Bulletin Business Office Phone 253
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
POULTNEY BIGELOW SAYS
CANAL IS A CAPRICE
"I went twice to the Isthmus nl
I'nnama when connected with the
l.nw School of the lloston Univer
sity lecturli g on national expan
sion," stated I'oiillney Illgelow, h
It. (I. S, when interviewed thU
moinlng by n representative of the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
Dwelling on his observation1!
there, the distinguished author nndj
"In my mind's ejo 1 see at Colon tho
vast commercial emporium rivaling
the Alexandria of the ancients, or
tho Singapore of modern times; but
a great commercial center can not
exist without liberty and Justice.
"Tho liberty to exchange our
wares in every market of the world
and tho Jnsthe that makes every
man equal before the law, whatever
may be his race or nationality. We
have at Colon neither liberty nor
Justice, The government publishes
Its own official bulletin and all who
do not reprint what Is said by sal
aried officials are denounced In
Washington as -devoid of patriot
ism. "Tho canal may or may not be
nnlShed that all depends upon the
patience or .caprice af Congress;
135 Questioners Make
Start In Work For
Clark, who Is In charge of the
census J the Territory, has taken a
party of enumerators to Ewa to
show them how census work Is to
be conducted on plantations. He
wlil return to the city this after
noon, Ueorgo Clark, who was for
merly a member of the Ewn plan
tation staff, Is acting chief deputy
In charge of the census today.
T Plnrlf It na An t let Afl t hn SAP.
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iTlcos of one hundred and thirty-five
enumerators, and considers this
number ample for taking the cen
sus of Hawaii. These were all ex
amined nnd successfully passed an
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RUBLEE IS DEAD
H0NQK0NG-, Apr. 15. -h Consul
General Bublee, representing the
United State! at this port, dfed to
day. RECEPTION TO '
Governor Krcar has received a wire
Iobb from tho B. S. Chljo Maru to
the effect that that yossel will not ar
rive at this port until 5:30 p, m. this
attornoon. Official calls havo there
fore been poBtpoued until tomorrow
A detachment of tho Twentieth In
fantry will escort Prince Tsal Tao, an
undo of tho Emperor of China, to tho
Young hotel tomorrow morning, from
which placo tho distinguished visitor
will bo escorted by a troop of the
Fifth Cavalry to Rio capltol. whoro
Oovernor Frear will receive 1'rlnco
Tsal Tao In Btate. A salute of twenty-
ono guns will bo fired, after which
tho Prince will mako a formal call
on Admiral Corwln P. Rees at the
Prince Tsal Tao will then pay his
respectB to ills Excellency tho Chi
nese consul, whero Oovernor Frear
will return the call of the distinguish
ed visitor. Tills evening there will
be a reception at the. Chinese consul
ate from 9 to 11 o'clock.
iijW ' Hbbb2?
He. -rFtlBiav mvibbbVvj
mi) he, also upon the nrmaments of
Clilmi or Japan! My Interest Is that
of my fellow faxp-ijerB, for every
man, woman and child In my coun
try la being taxed for .this gigantic
"The most eminent engineers of
tho world were Invited to give their
opinion at the outset and favored a
tide-level canal. Mr. Hoosevelt
thought olherwse, nnd we are now
working nwaj 11 n nn earthquake
country to build glguutlc dams and
lucks unworth)TR0(tp.i,r petition as
a great engineering nation
1 Continued on Paee 4
TO MATSON LINE
The eight thousand ton combined
passenger and freight steamship Hono-l
lulan, which Is now under construc
tion at nn eastern shipyard for tho
American Hawaiian Steamship Coiu-i
pany, will follow tho transfer of thu
stonmer Nevndan, and when ready for
scrvlco on tho San Francisco-Honolulu
run, will be placed under charter
to the Matson Navigation Company.
The Honoltilau was laid down as n
passenger carrier and she Is expected
to be ready to commence the voyage
around the Horn and take up her Ha
waiian Island run Bhortly after thu
first of tho year.
Thu vessel has fine accommodations
for forty-five first class passengers.
When Oeneral Manager Oeorgo Dear
born of tho Anicilcan-Hawallan visit-,
ed Honolulu soma weeks ago, he laid
considerable stress upon tha Hono
lulan as a factor In tho passenger car
rying trade between the port and San
The American llawalan Btcamer No
vudan which has boon on tho direct
Salt Francisco Honolulu ii.u for sev
eral years, has completed her last
round trip under tne American-Hawaiian
nusplcei. Uirf'11 the arrival ol
tho Novndin at San I'ranclsco on or
about April 26 tho vetsel will nass
Into tin- (on'rql and management of
tho Matson Navigation Company. Tho
annou'iccment has been received hero
that tho vessel has been chartered by
(he Mntson people and that the steam
er will continue to operate between
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U (Bpcvial Ilulletln Wire-
W less, i n
M WAH.UKU. Mauf. Apr. 1C. It
It Kuubara, the Japanese con- Jf
tt vloted of murder In the sec- tt
tt ond degree, was sentenced tt
tt today by Judge Kingsbury tt
tt to Imprisonment for thirty- tt
tt live years. It
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Ladles' slllc hose, all colors, doublet
heel and toe, special for Monday and
Tuesday, only II 25 pair, at Jordan's.
I (Special Bulletin Cable.)
VIENNA, Apr. IS. Col. Boose-
velt has expressed much indication
at the report being circulated
through the country to the effect
that he had authorized ex-Chief
Forester Pinchot to declare him
(Roosevelt) as a candidate for the
Presidency in 1912.
WASHINOT0N, D. C, Apr. 15.-
Prof. Wiley, tne pure food expert of
the government, evidenced today his
disapproval ofthe action of the Wo
man's Suffrage Convention at which
President Taft's utterances were
hissed. He lias refused to present a
petition of New Jersey women to the
House of Representatives urging leg
islation favorable to the recommen
dations of the pure food, service.
SUBSIDY ' '
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr. 15
The investigators into the alleged
irregularities in connection with
ship subsidy will probably visit
many cities of the Union for the
purpose of gathering evidence.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 14.
Sugar: 00 degrees test, 4 30c. Pre
vious quotation, 4.86c.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 15.
Sugar: 96 degrees test, 44". Pr
vious quotation, 4.30c. Beets: 88
analysis, us. id.: parity, oc. Pre
vious quotation, Hi:
VIENNA. Austria, Apr. 15. Col.
Roosevelt was granted an audience
today with Emperor Francis Joseph
in his private apartments. Tho Em
peror will return the call at the
hotel where the 'Roosevelts are
maurmelon, Apr. is Ja tor-
nado wrecked the workshop of Far-
man, the famous aviator, today,
Nine aeroplanes in course of con
struction were destroyed ar-d three
men killed. ,
HANKOW, China. Apr. 15. Na
tives are rioting at Changsha, and
many missions are reported to have
been destroyed. British gunboats
have been sent' to the scene of the
WARUmflTilW Tl fl Anr 151 work Performed by McCubo, Hamll
c.. iN51V-' ?: .0, J.: Su2 !" ncn. ,h" local stevedores who
in support of his minority report on
the Rivers and Harbors Sill. He op
poses the passage of the measure in
its present form.
OH your, tickets for the Society
Vaudeville to bs givtn at thi Emplro
Theatar (or tht bonoflt of tht trans
pacific yacht rac.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
Anderson Grace Breaks For
Liberty and Armed Posse
Anderson Grace, the confessed
murderer of Mahu, the late night
watchman at Watertown escaned
watchman at watenown, "capeu
from custody this afternoon at half-
post twelve, and although all of the
detectives, headed by Chief McDuf-
fie, are out on the hunt for the
negro, no signs of him had been dis-
covered un till two o'clock. Hieh
RWiff TT.nr nnrl ..vrl of the.
warders from the jail are also out
looking for the murderer,
It appears that Oracc was vent nut
to Kaplnlanl Park with thu usual
bunch of prisoners who cu grass nnd
clean up the park. Abouut lunch tlmu
tho prison luna saw druce sitting
down a Bhort distance from the rent
of the gang, and the netro did not
iwni restlosB nt nll.
When (be gang was told to Htirt
work ngnln it was at unco seen Hi if
Grace was missing, and thu hne-n I
cry started. A telephone messagu
waa scut to tho police station, and
another one to High Sheriff Henry. At
once the alaim wus sent out nnd n
Bank For Hilo
New Institution Will Be Open
.For Business On July 1
,'Wifl Help Hilo Grow
IllBhop & Co. will open a branch
bank. In Hilo on July 1. This rumor
of the biiBlncBH district wus con
firmed this forenoon but nothing I J
given out thus fur ns to who will
1 1 inuage the branch and wherelt will
make Its headquarters In thu big Is
Tho new Hilo hank will ho operated
as a branch of the Dlsbop & Co. part
Nllgate Maru Takes Sugar
Captain Klchards, master of tha trim
llttlo Japanese freighter Nllgatu Ma
ru, will sail for Talkow, Formosa, this
afternoon, earning awny a pleasing
recollection of his t no' weeks' stay at
"I am more than satisfied with my
treatment while hero," declared Cap-
mm iiiciiarus huh morning, l camo
hero tho nrst of tho month nnd after
,(!"!'!"B. my Bencral cnrB. commenced
B,,( ,ltt8 nK0- '" takc on "'" hcav'
pieces 01 inncninery comprising por
tions 01 a sugar nun intended for n
plantation on Southorn Formosa."
Captain Hlchards oxprcssed himself
ns much gratified at the exped'.'ious
handled the heavy and bulky material
and who stiiwed It la the hold of tho
Japanese steamer In record time.
"In most porta 1 would have been
obliged to remain twenty to thirty
dnys to have tho same- amount of
work performed which In the present
case has been comploted In eight
I (Continued on Page 4)
l'""- f detectives nnd police weut
' '" a;'t"mobUc and rigs.
" ls 10l11 ,hal araco "I" t-
, pl (0 B(, h, w,f vvm g (1
, , Walklki sho haB instituted
proceedings In divorce and Attorney
Btrauts who Is appearing for her, re-
ccntly called at the prison and asked
Orco to sign sonio papers In tho
caso: . 0race. although Informed that
tn nl" " C""1 K
in mill) iiajs ins wilo could get u
dfvorru nnhow as ho was a lifer In
llVll t-IVlHfiil! "VntL uhnt la film In
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Mini- n 1.1. . f..H. t-lt .wnt ..... .. I.a
"iihi nun; lui, ill hcl IIIIL UL liur"
sonio ua I wont sign any paiers."
The fact thut (I race spoko In that
way wns thought to mean that he had
hopes of some time getting a pardon
fiom somo future governor. Now, In
the light of his escape It Is thought
that Grace's remark was a covert
thre-it and that he will do his wlfo
Inlmy If not captured lu time.
"' mounted pollco havo nlsq been
cil.nl nut to assist In tho hunt for
the esraiK-d murderer and It la thought
that If Uraco can secure a weapon
ho nia put up n light before he Is
ftlther shot down or captured.
nershln and will handle nil lines or
builness. except Insurance, now.hqnd-J
irii ujr 11I8I1UJ1 c JU. null US VBrlOUH
branch curpoiutlons In this city. M"-
This action or Honolulu's largest'''
financial Institution will givo Hilo bus- '
Iness men added facilities that will un
doubtedly promote tho development
of tho town and aid In mnklng It more
of a business cen'or for the outer dls
trlcts of the Island of Hawaii.
HAVE FIRST CALL
Local Stevedores Have 8
Work But Not
Haft.-iJItins, 1'ortugucso, and In fact'
any of the o'd hands who havo been -working
at tho stevedoring of shlp '
nnd steamers at tho port havo Iho
nrst cill for employment with Mo
ribe Hamilton & Itcnuy. who iirno.
tlcully handle tho great bulk of atove-
dnrlng nt tho iort of Honolulu.
Talk of protests and strikes because
n number of rocently arrived Hussion
Immigrants havo betn emplojed In the,'
dlBdinrgliiB of cial or cargo from In-l
coining vessels is cliaracterlzed us
foolish and In the end only stirs 1111.
dlHsatlsfictlon nnd agitation, bo de
clare Ihe emploers of labor along '
tManngcr Charles lion, of McCabo,
Hamilton it itenny, and Vlco Presl..
uctu 'i nomas Mcl.ian of the samel
nrm positively stnto that It has al.
ways been and Is the present policy
01 mo nrm to givo employment to ;
wuilnns or Portuguese In prefercne
10 oiners who navq more recently
uvi-u m uieso snores. . -i-
"It Is Im)osBlblo for us to secure?
Bixncient. llawallans to handle'' I
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