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From San Frandieo:
China . Apr. 26
tor Sun Itbiicijco:
SIch.i , Apr. 27
Mnrania .Apr. 2!
Mitkuia Apr.. 26
If thire is ANY day on which
your store's ad SHOULD be printed,
is there, then, ANY DAY .on which
it should NOT?
Are there some days on which.it
is not necessary to advertise your
store? Some days when enterprise
may be suspended!
Secures the news and henfe many subscribers
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4GJ3.
10 PAGES HONOLULU.. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTi.
JJ V J
f v -
"Die Before Work"
Five Huhdred Immigrants Hear
Statement From "
That tlio sorluurnesn of Iho Russian
situation Is not ubitlhg with the pass
ing of tho weeks Is evidenced liy the
determined and uncompromising nttl
tudo of the Immigrant!), nttlimili ninny
(if thorn aro suffering the pangs of
hunger and tho raln ilny miser (if
their gipsy enrip nt Iwllel.
About five' hundred of the Immt
giant githercd ut the enmp this a'
tcrnnon to hear a sfiloment written
by A. Perelstrous, the promoter of the
Immigration scheme, In w lilcli hu sum
limned nil the possible argument to
convince hU fellow countrymen that
they should nhandon their stand ni I
go to work on tho plantations, Tho
document was read by Interpreter
Thomas and Its tenor a not kind
ly received by the hundreds of rain
rooked and hungry Immigrants from
Writes Of Oil Fields
Island Boy -Makes Tour Of In
vestigation Through Field
That Attracts Interest
Prank N. 1'njne, who Is In charge
of the notation of tho Ilumaitma Oil
CompJiij, leuos on Tuesday for
llllo, whole he will complete tho sub
btilptlon of tho poitlon of stock al
lotted to the outside Island Investors.
,Two-thllds of tho amuunt of stock
lequlicd hns been Coaled, and dur
ing the absence of Mr. Payne, tho
local subscriptions may be made at
the olllre of Harry U milage. The
-lands the company pi ins to develop
are In the Kllthoru Valley of Sau
I.uls Obispo County, Cal., west of the
MeKlttrlck, Midway alul Sunset oil
Ily tho last mall from the Coast,
Mr, Jus. Ar Kennedy of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company,
who Is Interested In this oil project,
received a letter from his son Der
wont Kennedy, who has been on the
ground and gone fully lntii tho pros
jiects. This letter Is given In full
as Bhowlng how a oung nan from
tho islands who has had considerable
experience In oil looks at the mat
ter. Mr. Kennedy writes;
"Mr. Wlilto Of the Associated Oil
Company was .unable to go town ut
the time I made tho trip, but gave
me a letter to Mr. 13. Itimie, who has
been In this part of tho country for
the last eight or ton years. This
mun farmcrlj wus a driller In Me
Klttrlck, nnd whllo working thcro
would ut times leave his position
nnd come oier'to Section 22, where
he had located on n quarter ofu sec
tion. Ho bus done u great deal of
assessment work, mid has put down
a few test wells.
"Mr, Ifowks, a man now operating
In the Midway heldfi, went down
w Ith me. He was formerly with
Captain Mn'son, and was associated
with him In the building of. his pipe
lino fronf Coallngn to Monterey. He
Is personally acuualn'ed 'with the
Hlk Horn district and, himself, hna
rrea(. fulth In It, nil I was In the
valley also when Capta'n Matson was
drilling ovjr there with one of his
"When'We arrived a tho summit,
1 got Mr. Hume, und He then went
i "Die before work," was. the Inter
pretation placed UHin many of the ex
plcbslons that weru Included In tin
clamor that followed tho reading of
tho document. Intermingled with
strong language applied to Its nutn
or It Is understood that the last ap
peal to the misled Immigrants wai
maito by Perelstrous under the sanc
tion of the Territorial Board of Im
migration the mcmbcis of which have
prnctic.illj glen up hbpo of nn ami
When the Ilusslnns learned that
tbev were to henr another statement
they believed that it Was an offer of
concession from the Hoard of Immi
gration and their mstppoliitment was
not concealed when they discovered
that It was simply advice tor them
to go Jiack to work.
down Into what Is knovu ns the KlU
Hoi n dlsttlct. We first rode over to
Section 3f, SW. 1-t. We stopped
hoiu for a few mlnuto nnd then
drove on nnd looked at Sec. 2, in
31-22, und from there diovo on again
to Sec. 11, 31-22.
"This laud Is tho Humnuma Oil
Compute's laud, which Mr. Prank N.
I'nnc is soliciting subscription!) fo-.
"All this land bears practically
the samo i elation us a number of
the big wells In the Midway dis
trict. It Is on a -general slope of
tho lund, and Is neither too high nor
Is it situated on tho Huts. From
Sec. 13 we looked over tho coun
try, and saw where Sperry hud drill
ed for Captain Matson In Sec. 22,
32-22. This well was put 'down to
u depth of 1500 feet before they
went into n high-grade oil, but on
account of bad drilling tho well hns
been abandoned, and, so far as I can
learn from Mr. Howks, tools of most
every descilpMon have been dropped
Into the bote. While on Sec, 22, 1
had Mr. Ituinu tnke me to his test
wells. Theso wolls aro rather crude,
and are In the neighborhood of from
70 to US feet In depth. It Is on
this section thut the oil sands aro
very distinctly seen, and P. Is for
this reason that Mr, Itume tut down
his test wells very close to'the crop
plugs. He flist took us to a well nf
his that, after mei surlng It, I founl
to be 70 feet deep. This well he has
under lock and ke, I had him open
It mid put down lis bailor and draw
up some of tho ell, I wus very
ngreeablj surprised on seeing the
oil, becuuso I Immediately recognized
It as being oil of very high gravity.
I brought buck a bottle ol the oil,
and am having n test of It made at
Smith Emery's, and I will let cu
know ns soon ns I learn of what
gravity it is. Mr. Hume went as
fur ns to tell mo that this oil he haB
used for the Inst eight or ten jeats
for binning In his lamp. In fact,
took bonie nf the oil und vOtlfled his
statement by lighting the mine in n
coal oil lamp that he had In his
(Continued on Page 4)
EPTS SEAT ON SUPREME
ALONE CAN CHANGE
SAN FRANCISCO. Apr. 25.
Judge Lawlor showed today his de
termination to brim; Patrick Cal
houn to a final trial on the charge
of bribery of the citv supervisors.
Attorneys defending Calhoun made
a motion toiiay to dismiss the indict
ments against Calhoun and all other!
graft indictments. Prosecuting At-1
torney Fickert concurred in this mo
tion. Judge Lawlor refused to
WEILBURGH. Germanv. Apr. 25.
The German Government's airshto
of the Zeppslin type escaped from its
moorings here today and was com
WASHINGTON, D. C. Apr. 25.
A committee of five United States
Senators will investigate the third
degree as practised by the police, and
also look into the espionage of
jurors. ' .
PARIS. Apr. 25. Col. Roosevelt
was today the "uest of the municipal
omcers of Pans.
Durincr the dav he received an in
vitation from Count Zeppelin to ride
in his airship, but declined.
-PARIS, Apr. 25. All the members
of the French Cabinet have been re-
elected except Hillerand,
"NO STRIKER '
Think It Is Best Not To
Since the publication In the Ad-
erti'er of a probable strike among
the plantation laborers, the Japanese
generally have been worked up over
the reportB of such news, cspe;lully
In view of the present state of peace
ful satisfaction among them.
A number of the Japanese mer
chants when seen this morning ex
pressed their disapproval over the
publication of such strike views.
They bellovo that the less Is said -of
strike, tho better it Is for the com
munity. As far as they were con
cerned, they were of the opinion
that the Bt'rlke was a thing of the
paBt. They are Inclined, however, to
think tmft if the newspapers con
tinue publishing strike talk, some
trouble might arise.
In order to get the1 expressions of
opinion regarding tho talked-ot
strike, a number of Interviews were
obtained this morning from some
"The JIJI Is not ndvocntlng a
slrll.e, nnd does not propose to cre
ate uny tumble," said" K. Ono, one
of the stockholders of the NIppu
"At the meeting of the stockhold
ers of the NIppu, which wus held
recently, It was decided 4hnt tho pa
per resoit to a peaceful policy.
(Continued on Pace 2)
I n "Li
8 Honolulu, April 2.1 1910.
tt Monk, it
"4 Washington. St
tt Iteiiorled lilllclnls moving to
tt iivciiro change Federal building tr
tt IIUI.1XTIN 8
tt Washington, April 25, iio. tt
K Honolulu. tt
Government has title to lllshop tt
H Mm.1 l J"' " ""1,,",e",' ,,"- !!
onl, make change.
.. .......... , :1
ts On Monday the 1) ii 1 1 e 1 1 n nt St
tb pifWHtlon of business Inter- tt
St ests of tho city, cabled Its Wash- tt
.V . . V. V1 utnt IO Rlf"ro ..
Jf :, ,,ctnllB of ,lle l,r0R0,lt ltv
tt lion regarding the Federal build- tt
tt ti' "riwft o i i 'Ti Ki)e." 5
St made oxceiVt bv net of Co cress tt
tt the United States District Attorn
tt ney. St
in view m uiese ic s. me occa- n
Sinn. for the. Superintendent (f tt
SS Public Works stlrr'ng up the oh St
n zz:irxx ?t
tt bite Is not apparent, ns the only SS
tS practical result Is to raise the tt
tt lublc Works stlrr'ng up the oh St
nixilnt of continued difference of tt
n ntilnlnn mill tviualliltf ilnlnv tin, tf
H , ; ", '.. ' . H
St beginning of tho work of con- tt
New York Is Up Against
A Much. Fiercer
Cheer up' ndocates'ot coastwise
New York clt is up against u far
more painful steamship proposition
than dear old Honolulu. i
II. Hackfeld & Co , who represent
the greut Hnllarid-Amerlcan line, op
crating largo twcnt)-two thousand ton
liners between New York und Hotter
dam, are In receipt of a letter which
Bhotild cause the most rabid constnlso1
snspenslonlst to see things In n more
cheerful nnd hopeful light.
The letter under date of April 8( In
forms tho local agents that ut present
ull first cluss cabin accommodations
on outgoing steamers from Now York,
with n posslbla exception of thu high
est priced rooms, have, been sold on
all liners operated by that company
between May 31st and July 5th.
Tho samo sad condition of affairs
Hxlsts on the other side of the Atlant-1
Ic, as Is borne nut by the letter which
announces that steamers, sailing from'
Rotterdam between August 20 und
September 24, hae been booked to
II. Hackfeld & Co. havo been fur
ther advised to Bave unnecessary cable
tolls In making application for reser
vations to or from Guropo during tho I
period as stated
Tho Hamburg-America and tho
North German I.loyd liners aro also re
ported In ubout the same condition as
pertains to booking Immedlato bust-,
ness to or fiom Kuropo. 1
rfAnd don't lose sight of tho fact
that these ossela all fly a foreign
Honolulu Is not so bad off after all
with .every steamer coming down from
the const and returning to tho main
land with anywhere from a halt dozen
to thirty empty cabins.
PRESS GOES TO -MT.
PORTLAND, Ore., Apr. 25. An
expedition to the ton of Mount Me
Kinley, fitted out by one of the news
papers of the ciK started out today,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial.'Room Phone 185
WASHINOTON T) f! Am- OK
Yorlc na' accepted the offer made to,
'um y President Taft to name him'
associate justice of the Supreme
uoun, in piace oi me late justice.
Brewer. The appointment will prob- in their decision to nold the Juris-
ably be sent to the Senate in a day diction of the Circuit Court of the
or two. ITerrltor, In tho trial of the suit
fce 0vernor t the ,dd, f Chinese merchant, who has sued tlum
Ortnher . for $10,000. United States District At-
... . .. .. .
Charles K Hughes, the prospec-
live associate Justice of the Supremo
Lourl' wa8 ""r" al ule" l1BM',' N"
Y. April 11, 1802. He was cdu-
,u(e(i ut Colcate Uulversltv. frnm
which ho to elved the degress of A. II.
"",l A ' Attenileil llrown Unlvcr-
" " which he received a Ue-
' of I.1..1).. also utte.id.ed Colum-
hlu l.nw School. Married Antoinette
.cauer. ue.eiuucr 6, 18K8. Ad-
nilttcd to New York bur June. 188t:
,i,8 fellowship Columbia Law
,,,(,,. fellowship Columbia Law It w
., i'.Vi!s. &tJrsr-
orlJ', f88'-': UroT. Iuwk lgDl-3, '
special lecturer, 1803-ti, Cornells spe- """
, auVu-w, .,,, ..D,,, - i'. -
cll lecturcr. Nevv lork ,.aMr Bchool.
1 KU!!-1 !inil- I lnlliRnl Hlatfnlttl flila I'ntii.
. ' . .. ."-" "'"
mission (New York Legislature),
100r.; counsel Aunstrong Insurniice
Commission ( New York Legislature),
" 1903-00; special assistant U. S. At
toriiej-fleneral coal lnestlgutlon,
190G; nominated for oltlre of Mayor
of New ork by Itcpubllcnn conven
ttou of l'JOD, but declined; Govern
or of New York, January 1, 1907, to
December 31, 1908. Trustee llrown
UnUerslty, member American liar
Association, New York Stato liar As.
eoelntlou and New Yotk City liar Ab.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr. 25.
The Senate todav confirmed the re.
appointment of District Attorney
Devlin of San Francisco.
BAND WILL PLAY
Sierra Also Departs For
San Francisco On
The Mutson Navigation ilncr Wll
holmlna, scheluk'd to sail for San
Kranclsco on Wcdncsduy morning can
still accommodated uumbei of cabin
passengers In addition to those already i
booked ror passage at the agency of
Castle and Cooke.
Tho vessel will loavo dt ten o'clock
on Wednesday morning w.th a com
fortable, list of travellers. Vha full
capacity of tho now Matstin ileamer
is not taken up by any meats how
ever und nt the present time ill appli
cants for tiansportntlon aro b.'lng en
rolled. (Continued on Pace 2)
Seriously , 111
Dnvld Ha) ton the well known kn
maulun Is dangerously III. Ho has
had u very hud attack of grippe
nnd his Illness Is considered exceed
ingly serous Dr. Herbort, the attend
ing physician statdd today over thy
telephone Hint Mr. Duytou's condition
Is pretty bad. .
Mr Dayton Is one of the well kndnn
old timers. During tho monarchy hu
was marshal of the Kingdom, Ho Is
known to tho Huwallans as "Knvlka."
Action Of Breckons And Stack
able Doesn't Please Judge
torney Urcckons, Colli dor of Cos
1 1, ui..i,i,t ,,,i i,i .i, .!.. i a
I tome Stnckablo and his deputy. It
tin't )rollKlt f,)rt, B()nl(, trott jan
Talor, adopted n met hod of procedure)
guuee from Circuit Judge Whitney this
Tho suit was liminrht In lh Rlrrnlt
Court and by agreement of tho nttur-J
nes was set dowii tor trial tins morn
," fC,' ...rnVfi.erJ'M "hnr
, ..,, Klll,1M r,lr, n.k'' fnr
lhe removal of the case from Iho Jur-
laillrthm nf tho tlnlleil State court.
It was declared tint us the allegMl
unlaw ful entry of the. premises or !.
i.ei in ine s"ircn lor coiiiruujun oi-
urn was done In connection with their
, ,..,. ,,..,...., c.,.. ml1 I.
' )er, ,,, , jllr,llctlo'ii or tho
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i uniied aiaies court.
On the showing In tho petition filed
Wants $3,000 For ,
Death Of Her Son
Mother Alleges ahului Rail
road Company Guilty Of
Three thousand dollars damages nnd
the costs of the ncjlon are asked ln a
suit HU d this morning by Jennie Kn
nana against the Kaliulul Ilallroml
Company. Tho pUmllrf nlleges tl.ut
thu negligence of cmploecs of the
cc mpnny was responsible fM the death
of her Bon, Lew I Karaoknmnlle, 10
years old, at Kaliulul, on January 2ft.
of this year. J
rrom me cuiiipimui ii upix-'urs nun
the son had for eight months been ln
tho employ of the company hofnro thu
accident which resulted In his death,
(list as a laborer on tho dock and
warehouccs of the company, and for
tho two weoks prior to his death as a
brakeman. It was whllo acting as u
brakeman und riding on the pilot of
an engtno Hint his foot was caught)
below, breaking both legs and brills-1
Ing him so badly that ho died the fol
TO REMOVE HATS
Division Of Opinion Among
Women Of Central
"Tilt' members of tho Woman's So
ciety of Central Union Church ills
cussed tho question ery fully ns to
tho desirability of removing (heir huts
during dllno serv.ee. This mutter
wus brought up nt their Inst regular
business meeting," so stated Dr. Dore
inus SCudder, pastor of Central Union
Church, this morning.
"Without taking any nto, thoso who
desired to removo their hats woro
asked by the president of the society
to show their willingness to do so by
raising their right hand. About three
(Continued on Page 3) I
for the remoal of the cisc United
Stntcs Judgn Hole signed a writ of
certiorari and order, granting the pe
tition asked for in tho petition nnd ord
ering that the papers In tho caso ho
presented to tho United States Court
within a iorlod of ten dn)s.
"Flagrant disrespect" was tho lan
guage used bj Judge Whitney In re
ferring to tho action of llreckons and
Stnckablo after the case had been set
down for trlnl and tho Jury summoned.
When luilgo Whltnoj took the bench
this morning he Bald
The court Is unaware of any ap
pelate Jut Miction or United States
District court whereby u writ of cer
tiorari will Issue to this court. I con
sider this the most flagrant disrespect
that I-s uwr been shown to this court
In cnunspl. The rnnrl I. nerfei-flv
' ' to siy so. After consenting
that this caso be set down for this
cibj, wnnoui nouucaiion i turn coun,
the court Is served with this writ this
!.. r... U.. . 1 1
moned Counsel seems to bo o.er-
come wnn nis position as uistnci ai-
tornev for the United States."
lowing day, January 29. 4?
Engineer Spencer was In charge of
tho engine from which tho boy. fell.,,
but had left It with Fireman Toxelra.
who had dono sonlu shifting and had
gone to the water tank to tako water.
Kuturnlng from the tnnk to again
couplo onto tho train I-ol was riding
on tho pilot when In some way bis
feet were caught, dragging him from
tho englno nnd Injuring him so badly
that he died. "
Tho mother stales In tho complaint
that sho was dependent upon her sou
for support, that tho company was
negligent In allowing a fireman to run
nn engine, and that tho latter and tho
engineer woro nt fault In allowing
tho boy to ride on tho pilot,
A. O. Corrcn of Wnlluku nnd Atkin
son & Qunrlcs aro attorney for tho
WILL RUN AGAIN'
Home Rulers On. .Hawaii J
Expect To Come Of v ,
"Thu Homo ltule Tarty, it beams to '
mo Is taking tho lead on Hawaii ln
matters political The Homo Itulerav:
there are more than oer closely unit;,
cd. They expect to piit jip a strong
unu victorious ngnt.
Charles K. Nolley, president of tho,"
uuuie miiu puny, wno arm en irom
Hawaii Saturday morning, made tho
nbuo statement when Inten lowed. Aa
Ing his opinion. v
Notley Is hero on business, cthpr
man pontics; out as is customary with l
those who aro closely Identified with '
tho political questions of tho day, ho I
(Continued on Pairs 51
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