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For San Francisco:
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Alumina , May
ESTABLISHED' 188S. NO, 4009.
: v Boy Succumbs
But Quarantine Not
, One Russian boy nix year 61 ana
Ih lying dead of diphtheria In a hut
mn,inf'i.. M. h.i.v .l.inr i.r i.ri.
I. .offering from tho disease and wftl ""w t"oZu. Alrt ? the P'lature to prevent the he hut regular- session of the ..eg- produce uneq.lneag and uncertainty. 0 lttnd under , taJrUorf fr.."";: SSK! ,hat. "E
probably die within . few hours and 'it l" f.USble tht th. nnwliS will "or interests from securing an MMiiie The same argument .p. w h nothing to Indicate where It , K. "ecmmendat on " rMU,t
two other auspicious cases that look be sent over to Quarantine Island and amendment to the present law, now P"" now and I, red that the great wllLall stop. Deen jmrVcstcd, thus protecting the. Formerly any nubile land wn ni
llko diphtheria are doveloplng at tlto (mco more rcBume their old quarters, declares that the opposition he then majority of the voters In the rotin- The stutement liy Senator Fnlr- lessees the plantcra-froin loss, to homestead at any time and when
Iwllol camp. Dr. Druce Mackall and Maximo, tho father of tho dead boy, voiced in behalf of his constituency ' w'" uphold the present law. It chl d Is the first shell thrown Into In the Manchuria mall Governor so taken the lessee had lo lone am
a llull otln representative visited did not Inform any of tho police om- j0 the tampering with the law now baa proven workable and etllclent. If the ranks or the advocates of prohl- Frear received a late cOpy of tho act crop that wna planted no time being
the camp this morning, and the.doctoi. cers that his son was sick yesterday aDnie. wjtj. enai force an ', tfiorc U a local'lirepouderntltig sen- b'ltlon, blind plga and swipes for ITie fron Washington with this Important given them to harvest."
after looking at tho dead child and tho and It was not till the Uslt of Dr. a' ol " 0p"he elemenf led by t'ment favornbtf to prohibition In commrn people and an unlntcrrupt- provUo which has been Inserted sine Under the new proviso plantation
other alck children, advised the Hoard Mackall to the camp that It was l, -7" ?, "cmcm ica oy ., , ,h '. ,. - ,, ,,, , ,.' . ,, ,u rv.., t ,hc bl" wn" "' retried by comin t- owners have a guarantee that any cron
of Health Inspectors to atop anyone known that the father was In Jail. John GWcolley. "' ounty of the Territory, the pec- ed llow of liquor from h? Coast for tc0 .. ,hBey ,, V "owdS
from ontorlng the camp. , Tho body of tho boy was taken to "Kauai is absolutely satisfied with Pc an have It. If they want pro- the people of means the Territory. Jn speaking of the matter this mora- harvest beforo tho land or any nart
Tho father of tho dead boy was ono tho Williams Undertaking . parlors the existinir law." declared Senator hlbltlon how would It bo powlble to In tho meanwhile securing addition-. ng Governor Frear stated that sevv of It can lm rivnn nv , t,nmi.nH.
of tho men arrested yesterday, and the
mnthna nrln.1 A nit liaiprro.t flint lii lm
. mothor cried and begged that he bv
allowed to leavo the Prison and look on
(t.n hn.1v of h!' rlillil l.pfnrn It 1j
. burled. . Sheriff Jarrett on being '
'formed of tho matter at once allowi'U
tho Kusalan, whose name is Maxtnlu
Zaciiarovo. to, go down. to, the camp'on
Ills promising to be at tho Police Court
tomorrow morning at -8 o'clock. '
The .Health .Committee of the Hoard
of Supervisors, on hearing Dr. Mack
nil's ronort. at once decided that the
all's report, at ohco decided that the
Russian Agitators Are
VimllelfT. who Is tho alleged self'
nppolnteu Moses, chosen to lead the
through ono'of 'his henchmen ho de -
.nn.io,i ,t,o nro.onno nf .i. w Porni.'
strous, the 'labor agent, at the DIs -
trlct C6urt .tomorrow morning,
1'erolstrous has not been making
lilmser very tousplcuous around the
police station sltice the recent out-
break 'of the Immigrants. He has
likewise studiously avoided making
his appearance, around the Kusstan
camp over at lwllel.
The labor agent Is wanted as a
witness In the case of four I.uislans
who are charged with having lor the
two wj(eks past been leadlug lives
'of ln(folen:e, being vagrants nnd
having no visible means 'of support.
With -Vasllelff In the prisoners'
dock at police court this morning
were Ulloff, Surupdve and Krechok.
The last named waa arrested yester
day upon a vagrancy charge.
in addition to demanding the pres
ence of 1'erolstrous no a witness in
their behalf, Vasllelff asked that the
entire cqntlngent of Russians now
v 'encamped at'Iwilel be summoned to
testify at the hearing which has been
postponed until tomorrow morning.
When their request was Interpret
ed to Judge Andrade he xpresse'd
some doubt whether tho limitations
of his courtroom would b) sufficient
to nccommodateN this latge delega
tion, and he f suggested to the Im
prisoned Ilusstans that tiny desig
nate a certain number of thtlr coun
trymen as .wltneuses. It was follow
ing this statement from the beach
that Perelstrous' presence wan de
manded. ' -7
Pour Russian leaders are still In
mates pf (ho pity and ounty bastlle
In lieu of n sufficient bjnd to Insure
.their reappearance at court, should
, they be released.
Krechok, recently arrested as n
vagrant, pJeaAlfed nut guilty to the
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Kusalan people from out the slough j recently condemned by tne federal t i,ndve,i minions of dollars anil u,,,u"n l"8 raa,,er waB reporieu im
of despondency and poverty to a! government for a lighthouse sight on ? jC "Cfs Tarried QtX SraeMlmd,",e,' ' ,h' ,ook t0 ,he u,rd'
life of affluence and Indolence, play- JIaul. and the recording fee In tile 'vX rdlwav stock will 1 dn a'no trnco of K"M wns fou"d' Tha
ed nnolber card this inornlEK. when'Hureau of Convoyancea amounted to,. ",..; ." " B "i guard upon hearing of the es.'ape at
Ruaslnna must, for the Rarety of thn
'" be plocel In quarantine. Prcs-
Went Mott-Smlth, of tho IJonrd of
I from where the remains will uo buried
! or 4tin nvlianan rt ill n nnnntlf 1 snsl.
, at tho' expense of the count
dent Mott-Smlth of tho Doard of
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Ulenllli nnd Dr. Prntt vlnllo.l Iho enmn
Health and Dr. Pratt vlsltod the camp
at noon today, and the medical officer
cbnflnned, the diagnosis of Dr. Mackall
as regards the girl who Is still living.
The doctor then-went-td the undeHakT'
lag parlors to examine the corpso bl
the1 boy, ' It was suggested that Ihe
family relatives of the dead lad bo
taken away from tho camp and quaran
tined. RECORDING FEE
MORE THAN VALUE
Lighthouse Site Costs $100
One hundred dollars waa -tho ap-
nlsed value of 3.4 acres of land
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The final uroceedlngs -were nnlan
'eu in mo reoerai v;ourt oeiore juuge
.w .. V.M.. a, .... ... (-.fv;. ...
the case were filed- Into yesterday
afternoon In the recording' bureau.'
It Is oh l'auwela Point, Maul, that
the Department of Commerce and
Labor desired land for a much-need-
i n a nn inrn .1 v nn.i na tin tiara in
ed lighthouse, and so suit for con-
denization proceedings was brought'
In the United States Court against
the Haiku Sugar Company and oth
eri for he land Inquoatlon.
In the findings of. the court, the
sugar company was granted 1100 In
full for the land wanted, the others
In the case being considered to have
no claim upon It,
U Is understood that work on ihe
lighthouse will commence soon.
Title to the laud wanted at Kl
lauea.' Kauai, fbr the largest light
house In the Territory has been ob
tained, and In the near future work
will be commenced on the structure
by the Department of Commerce and
This now. beacon will cost 475,000,
and at that will Ixwtho most expen
sive structure built for a lighthouse
In the Islands.
SAH FRANCISCO, May 2. Beets
88 analysis 14o 7sd, Parity 5,12cti.
Previous quotation 14s Sigd.
No cdmplalnt of the high coat of
divorce comes out of Reno. Schonec-
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1910. 10 PAGES.
Kauai Will Vote Down
Says Senator Fairchild On Attitude Of County
The voters of the county of Kauai
are prepared to relist almost unani -
mouslv the attemnt of the rlrohlbl-
ticnists to npset the existing law
governing the liquor traffic.
Sem0r George Fairchild, who led
the fl-ht . , i,,t reuuinr ,e,ion
Fairchild this morning. "There is no
- - . .
reatcn for a choline The administra.
reason for a change. The administra-
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n ' e law IS in tne nanus 01
NEW YORK, May 3. The state
ment was made here' today in Jinan
cial circles that the directors of the
Southern Pacifio Railway are con
templating selling the oil land hold-
tnni lit fYi Mmnonv tny tliA VinAt
of the-stockh()1(jer4 The oil iand, ofl
ji.o..i... .- ,.... ..ij'
lie uuukuviu Anuuu t ww imuu
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. May .3,
The Supreme Court of. the District
of Columbia today struck from its
records the charge against Secretary
Ballinger wherein he was charged
with shirking his duty in passing up
to an assistant the power to decide
the Oreeon land case. "The court sus-
; tained that it was the usual routine
followed in such cases.
(Special Bulletin Cable.),
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3. A. K.
Detweiler, the president of the tele
phone company, who was indicted
for bribrey, and who has been a fugi
tive for over two vean, has surren
dered and been released on heavy
CINCINNATI. 0 May 3. Presi
dent Taft and the German Ambassa
dor were entertained here socially to
day. ON TO NORWAY
. COPENHAGEN. Mav 3. Colonel
Roosevelt and his party sail tonight
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. ' . mi
i Will Be
Plan For Prohibition
the people and eives the license
boards wide power and discretion.
somethintf thftt.lt surelv desirable bv
local conditions;, '
"I believe that Kauai will stand
exactly where It, stood when the llq-
uor pecpl tiled to upset the law at
obtain It with more effectiveness
ii ... . '- it a at
.man unuer ino opemiiuu 01 me ex-
a '"" '
FROM WORK GANG
Sam Kahl, a Hawaiian who Is
Bervlng a sentence for larceny, es
caped from the prison gang that la
working out alt Jlanoa Valley, this
morning at half-past seven o'clock.
The man was In compnny with the
two cooks who wcte conveying food
out to the gang, and when some dis
tance from the place where tho other
prisoners were at work, ho remark
ed: "I'm going to bent It from Jail.
I don't want any more of that. They
are too busy with Grace to trouble
me. 8o long, may not see you for
The man ran Into some bushes
and disappeared al once, and al-
once sent the other prisoners In
search of the man, nnd the passen
ger on a Mnnoa car were treated to
the sight of a big bunch of tho
striped brigade hunting high .and
1n ... tfl.l t. .U. ...... nnHUnK-
mw lur ivuiii, me ir uiiiuui.i-
ed, some of the prlsonera were seen
on the top of telephone posts anu
other .vantago spots from which they
scanned the surrounding country.
The gang appeared to be eager to
find the escaped man, and they went
at the task with' a willing spirit. It
Is Thought that there win bo no trou-
me in capiurmg ivaui, aim no wm
not again be allowed a chance of get
SAN FRANCISCO. May 3. Sugar:
96 degrees test, 4.287S cents. Previ
ous quotation, 424 cents. Beets; 88
analysis, 14t 8 Md. Parity, 5.13
cents. Previous o notation, 14s 7Vd.
STOCK MARKET DULL
in oi ami miniug mocks
oil and mining stocks
here from nooast and tho
very aiaoio pneu ui sugar, mo biock
lo pneo ot sugar, tho stock
marnei is naving n nnrci tune ot u
these days. ,,..,. , ,,
"Prices aro too high." la tho favorite
phrase Just at present aud that Is thu
outward explanation tor tha dull con-
union. Mcanwniio me price or nigti
(Onntinuei on Pace ?1
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230 mil except that hero he would have mori was nearly destroyed by fire to
Bulletin Editorial- Boom Phone 185 o one to help him along. .' day. ,
B U LLET1N
Secures the news and 'hence many subscribers
Senator KalrcMM aim stated that
In '' opinion the people should be
con I cut with benefits that are at
1'nnd and appreciated, and not
.plunge Into the unknown. He atat-
ed that the tinkering with the liquor
law and the Organic Act tended to
al evils nccompanted by a loss of
.. . - a . a a
revenue nnu emcieni conirui. "',
.ffinntinned on ttttt 4)
FIX:: DKLPHIA. May J. . Mem
bers of the Methoditt church in this
city are promoting a national pro
test atralnst the Jeffries-Johnson
prizefight that is to take place in San,
Franciscoson July 4.
pavq wnvTv rna vinir-
?AN FSANCISCO. May 3. Tex,
iiicjtara, wno is to nanuie me great'
prizefight betweenJeffriet and John-
son, made hit second deposit today
under the contract with the fight
en., The payment totaled thirty
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SANTA MONICA, CaL, May 3.
city Treasurer Bane it missing. His
aosence resulted in an investigation
that snows him to be f 18,000 short
in hit accounts.
MADRID, Siain, May 3. Violent
earthquakes were reported today
along the Portuguese border.
GERRIT WILDER SEES
Gerrlt P. Wilder has forwarded post.
cards to the UUIIetln editor from
his various stopping places In touring
the world, From Singapore, under,
:La'? ' "V!";.": ""'.'sy? e.i
interested in tho now fruits which I
hav. .,, In th nt.rknla nt nltl.. f
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navevisiiea. iany 01 mem quuo now.
to m0 nnd now ,0 Hawaii. I hono to
,n,r0(luc0 gome of them to our Island
i,m ,! n ,Hn
llom- Httvng ft lino trip.1
Th8 atC8t nmll brought a po,,, cnn,
from Cairo dated April 5. "Hero I ami
m the center of the word womIor8. v
climbed the pyramid of Cheopa on'
April 1." 1
t,,,, ,,ilotograpti shows that Ills climb
U, n,0 pyramid might have reminded
him or going to tho top of Konnhuiiu
.. ft I I I
IBIM I II II II I V I
' 1VIU I M srllll',l;lT I
1 Light On
An Important and tho latest pro-
posed amendment to the Organic ActPrtant clause slimM bo Inserted In
, -,.,. ,,, ,,n ,.,., , .1..,,
cral weeks ago ho had written to
ALDLN BESSE IS
Seized At San Pedro
For Claim Of '
Again the American bark Aldcn
Bosso is beforo the courts, this time
on account of being seized In Cali
fornia waters for a liability fncu'rred
before the proacnt owners took ios
sejmlon of hqr.
Tl ) complaint tiled by M'.IJer Sal-vsg-
Company, I.(d.. recently against
M. Ii. Hammond, 8. M. Damon and A
w. T. uottomlcy (Illshop and Com
pany) and la a bill for Injunction to
prevent the salo of 12 shares of the
capital stock of tho Miller Balvnve
io Miner Haivnve
Company which was
a paid to tne u
t fna il,n lina.1 I
1 tin, IV tti tint, nflvtnun, fn ,".. I.nvt-
from the complaint it appears that
on November s, 190, the Las Angc
les company sold tho House to the mii
ler company for 16,000. part of which
was paid In the stoCk of tho buying
Trior to this sale however the ship
was liable for a bill of 11,200, and last
month while lying In tho harbor at
Ban, Pedro wns seised .by. a Units J
8taten marshal to satisfy this claim.
Illshop and Company as local agonU
of M. E. Hammond or the Los Ange
les Hawaiian Commercial Company
hold tho stock referred to and an In
junction was Issued two daya ago to
prevent them from disposing of tt,
RUSSIAN DAY AT
Provided another postponement of
the number of cases before Judge An
drade Is not requested. .tomorrow will
be "Ilusslan Day" at tho District
Nicolas Suerbclvo, chargod with
having employed threats uikhi his wlfn.
In that he declared that he would put
her out of existence by tho knlfo
route, will come beforo the tribunal
ror a preliminary hearing,
"v. slide nean.ofunTirt will
?L'La..l... "iVl J,"" ?..."
" ",""""" 7 "v' " """"" "' ""J"'"''". Is Ihe. soTerelcn body to ,whleh.1
n 7""" .'ban llkolr that several
'l .." noro llmn ,,K0"r llmt several
i,Y. moru ti.n,
r arao w U bo mado by the twlleobi
"largO WIU OO IliadO Oy mo POIICO U
fore toe aoaslou ot the court.
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iv"L""..V.ul" ..i.."'""' . "
"c" "i" "r y mr-
T0KI0, May 3. The town of Ao-
. If there it ANT day on which
tour store's ad SHOULD be printed,
Is there, then. ANY DAY on which
it should NOTt
Are there ome days on which it
it not necessary to advertise your
itoret Some days when enterprise
may be suspended I
PRICK I CKfTi.
In Organic Act
-Washington suggesting that thin lm.
the act before Hnal action was taken
. HONOR MASTER.
Grand Reception nnd Ball)
At Young Hotel
Tho combined meeting of tho blue
lodge Masons last evening at Majontc
Tcniple as a reception to rtrand Mas
ter W. Franklin I'lcrco of tho Qranii'
Lodge of California, was all that tould
be desired, aa tho tomplo waa tilled
with representative Masons oagw'to, '
welcome this distinguished Mason to '
theso Islands. '
Grand Master Pierce was nronorlv
received as ho entered tho lodBeroom,
ren by tho Master ho mado somo voi-v A:M
... onti ,un iiiuuiiu.'uuu io mo oretn-
pleasing remarks, nearly all of n.Ma-'l.
sonlo nature. M-
.... ' . . '
Handshaking was then In ni-,lir nf. '-A
tho Grand Master had a pleasant woJT Ji' i
., cavn miu u,ciy uuu in uig room,J
Tonight. In honor of Grand Uu. : ivi
mAU ,t.AA ..it. . . .. -.r!..1
icuo iuuiu wm uu a rocepiion audf.
grunu uau ai me voung notel.; lath '" 4
tfltlnna hnvn luijin bam 4h,u- i.. iT
In the Islands to attend but aboti'M ,
there be any of the brethren who havo ii
not received an Invltatlcn they are w
lecte,l to attend. " " J
"We want to get all MaieTlUil
hailing distance of Honolulu out," eald'
a member of tho commlttoe last nljrtit;
"We are particularly annlous io e
hold of visiting Masons and their fam
ilies, aa we have no records of them,
and conseauentlv hVA Iim.i ..nKiA.',
send them Invitations. We VIII appf;'
elate It greatly If thenewiipapera;lUj
...) tuiD ,bi.-i nuuwn. . no Maam. .
should stay away just beeauso he,ha''"',
not received a notification, thougUjway '!
have tried to reach everyone of wnoiniP't
ww nave any recortl. ; r M
Today the Orand Master Is being
tertalnod with the slchtu ,'ot' Il,o-
Ho has cxprosaod' a deilr to aeeV'
sugar plantation and' It'lstWafc-U.
that desire wfll bo satlsnealaoKrraH
nnu a iitif iu iiunoiuiu pwaut)ei
Tho Master and Pii MiroX
.,.- ,. ii" :..; -ji .r r:r-""5
mo tivjr lupKea win emonain t
aiuBivi iiurce wn omnor ion
niKin, wmcu promises to be a.
Thursday will be nlven oirer
nolulu Commandory. Knl8htaTem'c
.?V Sra,,d ". California
wl'eli Orand Master Pierce Is
aU of ,,e 6,ne ouBo-n this Terr)
tor.. nw Biinll. T,, ,.,i , ,'
tory owon alloglauco. Jho visit of tho.
aran'' MRR,er. U i'hftrefpro
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s mniann ivaipamiiva ! . ...ix m r
illrorco from IUnta Nakkmura. alU:
..UU,,w ........ ,ui, hub. mDU lull I
i that the latter ri-. m i;k ,
In Honolulu after .being married' s-tnin '
1902; Tho marriage wo perfornieInV i
Japan early In 1902 and lhA iU K J
mmA horn In Innn Af llik VMn.&'VAJw, a
...- .. . -, M uv M.v jvwi
Y. Ah Bli, through ha"att6fne3I
rln Andrews, died a repllcatloa V
case HKamai men nee and Iee
Nglp donylng the allega'tlona ktf,;
iieienciaius in lueir answer to: U i
piaini. -. j .v
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