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Atniama .....Apr. 29
Mnnuka May 25
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 40j4.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEKHITORY OF HAWAII,, WEDNESDAY, APHIL 27, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PHIOI I CENTi.
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From Secret Cruise
Revenue Boat !Back In Harbor
Tho United States revenue cutter
Thotls returned from uuother crulce
to outlying bird Island reservations
this morning. Tho quest for poachers
of tho Japanese persuasion was de
The Thetis left tho port about a
week oko on a Becrct mission. The
little vessel was liberally supplied
with coal and provisions. While It Is
not generally admitted, the Thetis has
been leuvlng the port of lato Just
nbout tho time that nn Oriental steam-
er is due to make Its appearance oft
the Hawaiian group. The Thetis sail-
ed from Honolulu not many daysVpit)-..
ceding the arrival of the Pacific Moll.
Hejtnmlilp Asia. ,. ..j.. j.irljf.Atj,M- ll .,' ' t ,.!'.
For1' somo" tliup past it has" been '
rather freely stated that a consider-
ablo portion nf the opium now offqred
for Rale In these Islands, comes in by
tho way of the steamers plying be-
tween $!hlna and Japan ports nnd'San
AND IS JAILED
Two Women .Beaters Are
Given Three Months
Two ruffians wcro given well de-
finrvpil nnnlnnnen fit thn Pollen Cntllt
this morning. The men, whoso pames
having assaulted their mother Jndl
mother-in-law, respectively. The row
started .through an prsunent about
tirnnimtinn nm ir up tma vorv Rirnn.
uous as the. booze beittn to clrculnRtli
Aftor the debate had been Itched
to the question as to whither women
sl.mil.l Imvn vntau oh lift llm wlwil"
nnrtv heirnn to col l id n mi flnaT'
party began to i,et etcltjd ana tinai-,
ly tho woman In the cato was ihrowu
down and her son and son-in-law began
to thrash her to their hsarts' content.
The neighbors cal ed up the police
department and the hurry-up wagon
Mas quickly out.lcikiig for passcn
gois. A' full In every sense of the
word load was obUlned nnd the trio
of happy ones taken to tho ncllce sit
tlon, where tho two mm we-.p charge J
" This morning Judgii Andialo decid
ed that ninety days aplec-i 1 1 Audi's
retreat would be the best 'hlng for
tho defendants. T.nt settlod the mat
ter and tho question as to numen vo
Ing will have to bo throjhtd out on
Sundays, with Jailor Asch ao referee.
Consul and Staff Are
According to Instructions issued
' from the homo office that all Japanese
In foreign countries must reglBtor and
such returns be sont back to Japan,
about flrp thousand of tho Japanese
residing In theso Islands have coin
idled with the order nnd have sent In
their names for registration.
Thla Information was omclally.furn
lelied'thls' morning by thoso In chargo
of the work at tho Japnnoso Consulate.
The time nf expiration for registra
tion Is the end of September und It Is
expected that by iliat limp thero will
bo a fair Idea of tho real number of
Japanese, lu Hawaii.
nro Allku Pulokau and Ah Pull. wnround letreat of Hubert Louis Steven-
eonvletnd lioforo Jurtee Andrailn of ' koii when lie was wont to caln In-
:jltLiiU&Uk (ijifiiifXiU.v'-, v
The officers on board the Thetis
have kept a. weather eye out for the
Innocent but mighty powerful TUhlns
sampan which in numbers frequent the
adjacent waters to the Islands. These
vessels arc declared by those who
profess to know, ns ever ready o
pick up a prepared package that might
be accidentally dropped from an In
The big shipment of plunder In
chilling several hundreds of thousand
dollars worth of feathers and bird
wings still reposes In tho Custom
warehouse awaiting disposition by the
v The Thetis Is now moored Jn the
"stream awaiting further orders.
T'lvo alleged gamblers were arrested
this morning at theold fl'shmarkct and
taken to the pollco station. The gang
Is said to be always playing during
tho .da'", and the detectives have not
been abTu to get close enough 'to them
beforo to capture them red handed.
'. AT AINAHAU
Advent Of Spring Beauti
fully Celebrated Next
Ileautlful Alnahttu.the residence
nt ov.nnvnrnnr f'lpfrhnrn. nt W'nlklkl.
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the playground of Princess KaluUinl
Biilratlon for some graceful verse,
wm be u,rown open to the public
8a..lriIllv nf.ern0on for the celebra-
t,ou ot May DayJ "
The May-Day fete has been ar
ranged by the members or tne kiio-
' !... i . I ... I.. nnn.rfonn will.
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,he nlicieiit custom, which Is cole-
united to tnii uay in h.ngiunu ana
Kngllsh-speaking countries, when all
ranks of tho people rose at early
dawn und went "a-Muylng" to wel
come the advent ot Spring. The
Maypole has' always been a distin
guishing feature ot this celebration.
In olden times the assemblage ot
people, sanctioned by the presence
ot the priests, marched on
morning,- lu procession, to
neighboring wood, returning In trl-
uniph with, the pole, round which
were suspended (lowers, boughs nnd
Continued on Page 4.
HUSSEY BEING HELD
Two Saijors'Who Assault
At 8:30 this morning Hussuy and
Ilyan were arraigned beforo .ludgu
Cooper In the criminal court on
charges of assault to commit murder,
the nssnult having taken place sevciul
weeks ago at a Japanese house which
they tried to onter against thn pro
tests of tho occupants.
Upon bolng arraigned Hussey pleaded
guilty to a minor offense, assault with
u weapon dangerous to life, and llin
case against Ityan was dismissed
from lack of evidence
. Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial. Room Phone 185
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, WASHINGTON, D.' C, Apr. 27.
Piesident Taft has ordered, the re
moval from office of United States
Marshal, Sutherland and District At
torney Boyce of Alaska, This action
urous out of the bitter contest that
has been waged in connection with
the Ballingcr affairs and the effort
to secure the enactment of a law
giving Alaska some definite system
i i i
SALONIKA, Apr. 27. Five hun-
,'dred. Albanians are reported to nave
beeh.killedinabpmiardmentof Go- paulhan. ia&and White enter
dauntr: The victims are said to be .j :, . raeewitTiaeronlanei from
) principally women and children.
Was Prominent Lodge
David Dayton, who has been se
riously 111 at his home on LlHtm.
street for a number of days, died!
u little after It last night, surround-
Krom t)ie na(uro of hlg ine,8, the
eu uy every inemiier oi ins muuiy.
otlit wnn lint iiliRrnopleil. He wnR VM
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y-irs of ago.
rut many years Mr. Dayton had
been one f" the best-known men III
the Inlands, being prominent
'0(18e affairs and at one time was
marshal of the city. On August 29,
11871, he Instituted Oahu Lodge, K.
J of P. the first lodge of that order
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Pi bXCeiSIOr l.OUg0, I, U. U. f .
"". Dayton was a Past Master ot
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what Is known as a Masonic leader,
being closely Identified with every dl-
'vision of the Masonic ladder, holding
mo cnair or auinoruy in many uivi -
oim.u r i,u n.,iA, n.i rfvnii
large part of his lire to spreading tho'
cement of brotherly lovo throughout
tho Islands. Urother Dayton was a
man who believed lu the practice of
Masonry outside the lodge as well as
Inside, and many a helping hand has
Letn extenueu tnrougii iub agency.
nn'd,0ft',, u w"'u' '" u"'
Tho fim'era wm ta0 ,,aco nt 3:30
0viock this afternoon from the Ma-
i onlo Templo. under tho auspices of
""LAHl ,... ,. ,..,. ..I
pallbearers: Wm. Mclnerny, John Ewa ls '1'1lrl; tn1 "" "
Nclll, Dr. Herbert, Ed Towso, C. L. La nHna B0.la ot 2025- Mutual Tele
Plorto, K. Cltowo, J. II. Schnack and phone, stock again sold at 12.50,
Qeorge Davis. I
Chief Justice Hartwell today reap
pointed A. S, Mahaulu as maglstrato
of Walalua. .
TIiIb afternoon all the courts which
hold afternoon sessions, including tha
United Slates "district court, have ad
journed out of respect to the memory
to the lato David Dayton.
Thp courts will convene again to
morrow morning, .'
. Tho' Hockefeller Foundation gives
promise 'of being' durable, It Is
"IWeJ " '? "rocks." Kansas
Stirs Ire Of
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 27.
Heated debate bringing into conflict
the stalwarts and .the insurgents of
the upper house took place today in
the Eenate Chamber.
Senator Bayner of Maryland of'
fjl !,,. nimltiftw 4tint tm Tm.i-.
gent Republicans should join the
Democracy. This sally was promptly
taken nn by Senator Dolliver of
Iowa, who in vigorous terms resent
ed the imputation c( a lack of loy
alty to Republican principles.
IN BIG RACE
e-.,i.i ,, 1 1 . 1 1 n rM.
, tqndON Anr. 27. Aviators
London to Manchester. The priie of
fered is $50,000. Each 'contestant is
allowed to make two stops on the
journey, Paulhan made the first
stop, covering 110 miles in 3 hours
and 8 minutes.
1 SAN FRANCISCO, Anr. 27.
Beefs: 88 analysis, 14s. 4d.; parity,
1 5.05c. Previous Quotation, 14s. 5d.
H. C. & S. JOINS
IN THE SLUMP
XtilPk MarltPt FfliriV AptlVP.
With Prices Still At
'Stocks held tho pace of the down'
ward trend today, the greatesf sup
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J'1"9, of " V blnB "'
Hie board this forenoon of llfty
i Hnareg of Wallan Commorclat at
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. Tnis siock lias nuneno oeen
i,u '.imn ,.i i-.r,n. Th. fnlilne
off Is not due to any change In the
condition of the plantation. It Is
iuat ,luta . tlle mnri(et.
, , ..,, fr. .u. r,,.
Olan recovered from the G.2G fig-
ure of yesterday. oiung on mejioaru
at 0 and 5.875, closing nt 6 bid and
C.25 usked. llecont figures from
this plantation are very favorable,
and the big unloading ot yesterday
Is quite a surprise.
McDryde strengthened lu sympa
thy, and also on account ot the
statement of conditions made by J.
P. Cooke, but no sales took place aa
tlle re8llt of a ud ot 6ig76
Oahu still linger, about 38, and
Was Much Surprised When
, Nipped By The
There was a very surprised man St. Louis College team In a practise
this morning down on the water- guniii prior to the school series start
front Just before the Wllheliolna (r.g up, The Bcoro wns 9 to 7. and
pulled out for 'Frisco. A stowaway some brilliant' plays were brought
minimi !' M.illek. whn lin.l 'lu-vh in'. Toiiinrrow afternoon the lllch
watched closely by the wiltefffon't
police, was grabbed by Officer Mlti -
nevlllo a few. minutes bofore the
vessel started,' ' '
,1 (Continued on' Page 2)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr. 27.
Since the confirmation of the report
that Senator Depew will not seek
reelection to the Senate, Col. Roose
velt is being very generally brought
forward as the probable successor of
the senator from new xoric.
.KUUtOJL V JZjIjI.
PAHIS, Apr. 27. Col. Roosevelt
was present today at the maneuvers
of 'the eanison this forenoon.
WILL SEND WARSHIP.
CHRISTIANS. Anr. 27. A Nor-.
.-. .j: vi '-aii-i-jllc-..
wckiau wKisuip win UiiUK me ix
mains of Bjornson from Copenhagen
PAVING OF FORT
Injunction Against City
Up To Supreme
Today the case of B, J, Lord vs.
the City and County of Honolulu,
J, A. (Illman and James Illcknell
was p.uceJ on the calendar of the
This case Is that of an Injunction
ushed by Mr Lord against the de
fendants tu 'prevent them doing cer
tain Improvement work on Fort
street, between Queen and Here
tnnln. without flrnt ralllnt? for bids
es?beddlonrgU,eCOntraCttaU'0lOW,Wany ArC 011 LiSt TO
J. A, Oilman, representing the
Warren llrothers Paving Company,
was to do the work tor $10,000, anil
the plaintiff In the suit declare
that a contract for work to cost over
$500 must he let by contract t the
There. la smallpox it sbvernl of the
Oriental ports Including Hongkong,
' This fact has been painfully borno
of lato by tho arrival of several
men operated In the Pacific, Mall
ir whin, imvn nrrivM . Honn.
service which have arrived at Hono
lulu with patients Buffering from tho,
Two Filipinos who left Manila by
ono of the Hongkong-Manila liners
and transhipped to the Asia at tho
China coast port are now detained at
the Honolulu, quarantine station with,
n suspicious case of Illness.
Dr. Itaiuus; stated this morning that
.wiuie no was sausneu mat at uie
present time ye malady lied not de-
vcloped Into smallpox, nevertheless
tho men were 111 with n disease that
Tho Fedoral authorities have been
reclvlng reports from Japan that glvoi
the .regular ports ot call u clean bill
of health. ' 1
Yesterday afternoon tho Puunhou
baseball nine met and defeated the
S hpol will tackle the Putiahous, and
, a closo game Is anticipated. The
gunie .will start at 3:30 o'clock and
will be played at vthe Alexander
FlelJ' , M -,, .,,
Federal Government Wants In-:
formation On Trouble With ;
It became known today that thn
Secretary of the Interior, itlchard
A. llallinger, the famous cabinet of
ficer ot President Taft, has beeu
In communication with officials .of
the Territory presumably Governor
Krcar and Secretnry Mott-Smlth
respecting the policy that is being
pursued uy the Territory In dealing!
with the complications arising out
ot the failure to convince the Itui
slau ImmlgrantR to accept the ot
ters ot work that have lieeu made to
thuru by the plantations.
It Is stated that when the
Islpii of difficulty; hppoated-on the
iiunugraiion norizon, uovernor rrear
drew vp u. letter to llallinger fully
expfalnlug the difficulties that Kenn
ed to confiont the Territorial otll
claU at that time. The failure .of
the efforts of compromise and the
continued work of the government to
prevail upon the Itusslaui to accept
employment have also been told to
the Washington authorities, there
being a dei.de updn the part of the
Terrltoilal otilclals to make a full
statement, of the problem so to avoid
any Indication ot concealing any
thing from the administration.
Any proceedings that may be con
sidered for tho deportation ot the
Immigrants will have to receive Fed
eral Function and uld, and there Is
Captain rtoWt Walpa Parker, for
mer senior captain of police for
many years, and who announced his
candidacy recently for the office ot
sheriff of this Island, Is working hard
nowadays, trying to got the support
of the prospective delegates to the
According to. general political Int
formation. It Is evident that Mr. Par
ker, who has been canvassing from
hniiBe to house, is gradually but sure
ly winning, away from the Demo-
""llc ,"r1 cer!al" len,ler wn0B8
nn"P"ce ' b.e8t fc?wnJ the P?rt'
leudcis. Parker, who knuws them
(Continued on Page 4)
STILL AT LARGE
Bring News Of
1 There Is nothing fresh lu tho An.
demon Oroco case, and the negro In
still at largo. Tho man seguta to havu
simply faded away, und all the efforts
of the detectives and police '.o find him
have been fruitless' so far.
Bvury night tho placoa that Graco
might visit have been watched and
l"e iosslbo hldluB places have also
been visited. From tho moment Grace
left the prison gang up till noon today
no authentic word or truce of him has
Continued on Pace 4.
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no doubt that there will be n search
lug Investigation and the probabll
Ity of n special agent being sent ?J
fruni the Immigration bureau. If It I'd
Is decided that the deportation ot ''
at least some of the Immigrants Is j2
neceiisary. - V
This part of the probltvn Is recelr
:"K ,he rnrcfn consideration of the
Territorial officials, the majority of
whom l.uve about reached tho con
clmlun Hint ii weedlug-out process.
Is the only thing that will save even,
u, percentage of 'the Immlgrauts for
"' Plantations of the Territory.
APPEAL RENT MSE,S
II. Suzuki ngalnst whom Tim Vnk
Keo obtained Judgment In tho( magls- M
trato's court of Honolulu lb'r'SG2.G0,
rent due and costB of tho suit, has ap
pealed rrom tins juugment to the clr-
cult court waiving tho right of Jury
It appears that on November 1 Su
zuki rented from Kce a storo on tbo
corner of Alapal and Ueretanla streets
agreeing to pay a rental of $13.00
monthly, that ho occupied tho prem
ises until April 1. with rent nniount
Ing to tC&.OO ot which amount ho had
pani oniy n.oi. judgment wns given
against him for the amount ot rent
due and tne costs or tho suit. '
THERE'S STILL A
FEW OF US LEFT 1
Three Vessels Off
Honolulu Is shy nearly three hun
dred peoplo as a rosult' ot"iUo depart-s'
tiro of threo vessels for Sau Fran
clsco beforo noon today.
If the census man has not nlrenuV'
subjected the passengers departing on "ffl
ma wtvuiut: oiuuuiBoit- iiner oicrra, m
tho Matson Navigation steamer WII-. 'Jj
neitnina and the bark Andrew Welch,
t, .no U5..UI inquisition -unu uuiy en L-J
rolled their names uuon his swelling H
lists, let him forever hold his peace.;
The combined sailing list or tho three '
vessels aggregated 2C8 paisengera.
It was busy time for "Kappclmols
ter" liorger nnd his band of territorial
musicians. Tho Wllhelmlna, moored
at tho Matson wharf, was first visited
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Vasilef f Before U.S. Coiirti
Early And Is Dis-
Defiant ut first but later more pen-J
i. riu, tut ii.mMuu uguuior vusiion, f
finally left the District Court this l
morning with an adironltlon from'';
Judgo Itouertson to c,iuluct.hri)sHfl
differently In the future" ami not fall!
In answering any orders from tho court.!'
Yesterday attemoqn the agltatorJ
was arrested and during tho middle, otj
the morning lie was brought liitol
As the prisoner had no counsel tho
court nsqu Bcieq uacounsul tor nn