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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4814.
10 PAOF.S. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF, HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 0, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICI I CEKTfl.
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Grace May Be
On Nippon Ship
Niigata Maru Sailed Three Hours
After The Escape Of
Is Anderson Orac", Hi" escaped mil.-.
dorcr ncnririR I he shores of lliu Inland
of I'ormoBn iih either n passenger or
dixcourcd stowuway on hoaiil Ilio lilm
lllllo Japanese freighter Nllgntu MaruT
There nro n number or people In Ho
nolulu who nrb of Ilio opinion i,it
(Irnco iniiilo his get nwiiy fro'ii lloo
lulu by this niulo.
Tliu Nllcalit r turn mil lid finin tlii-t
port three or four hours after (ho mho
rcssful escapo of (Irucufiom tho prii.on
The vessel curried Iml ojio l!ump;iii
One Of 19 Jurors
Strong Indication Of Anti-Woolley Sen
timent Develop In The United
Jlut' ono man nut of nineteen ex
amined for Jurors In the Kedcral
Court this morning lielloved In pro
hibition, ae.-oidlnn to the unsworn
thejvliiado to T. M. Harilson, attor
ney for Harry U Whlto, cliargod
wlih v'IoIuIIiik tho Mquor law.
Theia wus consldprahlo niuusq
incut created In tho courtroom by
llm nliitfiim. fit i llml tin fit MBit ll tl H I It n
MU llll'l IIU III 1.11V UI.IV.IIOVI ! kttu.
Jiiiymeii, tried and true, as Mr. Har-.
ilsun wanted no ono who believed. In
(iiohlliltlou uu tho Jury which was
to render n verdict for his client.
Soveuil, when the iiuestlon was
p.inHed directly and fu'cefully to
them by tho attorney for tho do
le nee, sldestopped some, lint It did
no good. Manuel C. I'acliccn wns tho
only ono who stated poiltlvely thai
no was n nrni nqiiovor in mo pro-
Most nf Ilio others curio nut Hat
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li'iut.'ii in iiivir lllinweiH mm cuuvili
that they woro not believers In such,
a law, tomo stating that tho clfurclms
AT PRESENT TIME
Miny Have Left Camp
And Arc Seeking
Things Hero quiet this morning
down at Hi iiltusslnn camp and, al
though lliiru men lmvo been arrestel
duilug tho past two nays whllu mak
ing attempts to get onto Quarantine
Island, thru) Is no (rouble untlclfiated
by Sheriff Jairclt. On Saturday night
. a child was bom In ono of tlio huts
ut Iullel mid died shortly afterward i
The. mother was taken to tho QuecnY
Hospital for treatment.
A niuulier of tho Kiissians havo left
tho camp, and aro now living In tin
building within tho old stockado. Quito
a number of tliu Immigrants wont to
the mainland on tho Mongolia, and It
is said that snmo of them hud largo
amounts of money In their possession
Tho special pollco still guard tho.
land approaches to Quaruutliio Island
and no ono is allowed to pass tho line,
Tliu Uuuid of Health Inspectors aro
on watch during the dav at tho Iwllel
-1 1 1 1 1 1 , but no other hIIco Ikino been
I( Is tliouglil that tho now batch of
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. JBiwBiBif jj-' ' faMiiV i?-tOi 1 A - - i7 j--1-" igr.aTftrii fiiTiViff!illlTtMtirTfi trftivi r -flfafci.jrf&w. a . JUiltl tig(f rumiftmii
olTleur mill Hint was Captain Rlchnrd'i
who undoubtedly knew nothing of tliu
.Trench lu.no taken by (ho levanting
I (triHO.hail nhund.iut opportunity 'o
rmiciT.I himself on lioaril tho freight-
;er which hnd loaded n portion of, tin
. milling machinery for n sugar cstalo'
on koiiiIi eastern I-'oriunsa, i
I Cnplnln UlrliniilH stated upon leav
ing hero lint hr cMicclcd lo arrive
nt lil destination at Tnkow, Kormosi j
within twonty two ipijs after loivlngl
Honolulu. Tim NllgalM Maru idioutd
have arrived there vitord.iy. I
to which -they holnnROil wcro laUInK
up tho question and advoatliiR pro
hibition, biit that tho stand of the
churches lind nothing to do wth
their personal 'opinions.
Whlto Is eliarccd with having re-
Inileil llnnni wlthnnt nnvlnir llin triiv.l
crnment special tax necessary to in
gago lawfully In tho buJlness. Tho
olTcnse Is alleged to have taken place,
on or about January 10 last, ".lis
liquor In question bolnj; takan from
Honolulu to I.ellchua li an nutomo
blip and sold there to tuldlars.
Thoro woro n largo number of
witnesses on hand t'.ils morning, It.
eluding several prhnlj nolillers a'pl
nnii-cominlsslnned olIleoiK. and fio
ciiHn" went lo trial Jhls afternoon nt
'Tho twalvn Jurors finally cmp'in
elcd woro (ieorgo T. KI icgol, Ocorgo
(toiiKalvcH, ll, k. llellbrtn, Manuel ,0.
Pachoco, ll. A. Wlthlngton, J. 8.
I'ox, Olaf Omstcd, J. Hums, Arthur
Herg, Charles Hnlley. C, It. Krailer1
and S. A. Ilaldwln.
immigrants that arrived on tho Mon
golia may not glvo any trouble If kopt
out of touch with tho dUeoiilciitcd
ones who arc camped ut Iwllel.
DANCE AT THE ,.
In cane tlm Chiyo Mnru remains In
purl oMir night tonight, a danco will
hn climi til llin Mfi.nnn llfilol Iti liimiir
.of tho passengers oliourd. A cordial
Invitation Is extended to thoso who
generally avail luemsoivrs or tno ih
librtunlty- to pnrticlpato In tho Moann
ilauees Itinluilliitr niinv ntnl nuvi' rnl'r.
M. Itodrlgues was ni rested this
morning mid held for lincstlgallon by
Chief McDufllo. A quHiitlty of house
hold goods woro found In tits loom, nnd
tho police nro ut present anxious to
hear from the owners of tbo following
goods: Two whlto counterpanes, ono
pillow slip, three bath towels, soven
napkins, ono linen table-cloth und u
sldebouid cover. Itodrlgues Is tho man
who uchlevcd noterlety by escaping
from Jail with Unez a couple of yoau
Tho six-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mi's, Olney passed away on April 13,1
nftnr n short Illness. Tho funeral was
hrgoly attemled. tho cympalhlPK of tho
entire community being with tho bo.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 0. John
A. Benton, who was released from
pr.soii a unuri iime ago, wnerc ne
was servi.tp; a sentence upon his con-
viction for fraud in the Oretron
cases, drooped dead today while au-
jjcitauii wuiuusttuitu uj me ijov-
crnment in connection with the cases,
that were brouRht against the tim
bcr land crabbers
SAN FRANCISCO. Mav 0. Beets:
88 analysis, 14s. 11 l-2d.; parity,
5.19c. Previous quotation, Ms.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 9.
Captain Southerland has been ad
vanced to the rank of rear-admiral.
Rudder Stronger Than
Ever Since Repairs'
The San Tranclsco ship yards did a
Ann Job In repairing tho broken rudder
of tho Matson Navigation steamor
I.urllno whllo that vessel remained at
Tim steamer appeared off Ilio harbor
oaily this morning ami by ten o'cloek
was along sldu her wharf.
Tho rudder sustained a fracture at
tho dock where It connects with the
bteerlng gear. This has been replaced
and the, 1 udder bai hern bolted In u
manner which would Indicate that It
will tako some pietty sutcio handling
to bring nhout'u similar accident n,i
that which hapiienul-diirlng tho morn
lug hours of Apill 18th.
Tho Luilino met with borne nasty
weather during her trip down from
Bun Krnnclsco. Heavy northwest
winds accompanied Jiy a btrong swell
kept tho passengers within tho cnliliiM
during n part of tho (line.
The four footed pubsengcrs In tho
lirosencu of GO head of mules for Bcliu
nun and tho Kenllu Plantation upiieur
cd to stand the trip very well.
Tho I.urllna arrived hero with 2700
tons of "fcencral cargo und ulxiut CUO
tons for Maul (torts. '
Among thoso who returned from tho
mainland was Hav, W. I). Wcstervoll
who has bwn away for nearly a your,
Mr. Starrott Is associated with tho
r,nt,-n uf'iff .if llm Cat. lVn.lun(i Vi.attifr
Men's Christluu AssocTatlon. Ho will
visit hero for Mima weeks.
J. II, McCollough Is connected with
tho Saint Francis Hotel of Sun Krtin -
cIsco and comes hero on a buslueiia
The Miss Howards nru two prepos
sessing young ludlos who will perform
at tho Honlns Theutro for a brief sea
son, They nro said to bo taloiited sing
ers nnd dancers. ,
lid. Hose nnd his brldo are theatri
cal pooplo who como hero to hold
down tliu boards at th Empire Thea
tre. A mainland puill amounting to 285
sacks nrflved by the l.urllne. Ther"
was n (Oiislgiiiueut of 2(i coops of
blooded clilclieim for local ImptutoiH
und fanciers, j
RMS ALLEGIANCE TO
DROPS DEAD IN
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 0.
in a siectai meisacc sent to uon-
press today, President Taft says that
In a siccfal message sent to Con
the Conuressional invcstiattion into
the suisr trust frauds are incxpedi-
; ent. os it would embarrass the, exec-
uuvc ucffarimcnv 01 uic Rovcrnmcni
in the completion of the investigation'
alrtad" under way,
I Frcu'dent Taft declares
, invrslicatitn has been productive of
crce-.'ional results nnd tint the Con-
Krcssional investjeation would in
volve crave danetr in the crantintr
or finmunity. He declared that the
rviVcntc now bcinc calhcrcd would
he tent to ConRTe.ts ultinatcly.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON. May 9. It is itatcd by
nttendine; physicians that the cause
of the death of the late Kine Ed
ward was heart failure, following a
severe attack of bronchitis.
STOCKHOLM. May 0. Roosevelt
departed today for Berjin, where his!
iiiuns oi cmciiainmeni upon me pan
of the Emperor, have been greatly
modified owing to the death of King
HIGH SCHOOL BEAT
ST. LOUIS TEAM
On Saturday afternoon the High
School handed the 8t. Louts College
liliio a package to tho tuuo ot 7 to
2. Henry Chllllngworth and Nor
ton formed tho buttery for tho
Highs, und did good work. A turn
and Xaylur opened the ball as the
Saints' battery, but thi5 pitcher wns
batted out of the box. Then KBplndu,
tho well-known twlrlor, was put on,
hut tho Highs soon found his curves
unit hlUhltu up fur live runs In onei
The High School lads aro playing
great ball nnwndajK, and this after
noon they will pl.iy thi) Knmehaiuo.
tius at l'unnhou, This gamo will
H,lirl nl "air-past tnrco ircjoclt and
nliuli hu well worth seeing,
Mnnrr Mi Tokleda uf tho
branch of tho Yokohama Spcclo Hunk
Informed tho Mullet In todnv of his
official confirmation for a transfer to
tho Now York brunch. Ho will leave
fnp lilu tmut .,. ,1m ll.nnHl. !!... ull.A
rla. which sails on tho lftb.
Mr. Tokleda, who lias made mnnviand It took tl o milled efforts of tho
friends hero will bo succeeded by Mr.) Chinese, JapancFo nnd Hawaiian In-
IY. Akal. wha was hero before Mr. To- tcrnrotnrs In neraiimla ihn kid. llml
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Kieuu cuniu to iioiioiiiiu.
(HE TO 30:1V
t I...I.1.. i , - .
1 uiiiuii; imiim m iiiu VallllIIVl
beliiT beforo Ih, court for lf,t w.UFUNERL 0F MR8- RICHARDSON.
weeks. Today has been occupied by
tliu attorneys In Instructing tho jury
and It Is believed that early tomorrow
tho cme III. go In tho Jury.
JW""For Rent" cards on sale nt
the Bulletin office.
LONDON, May 0. Public procla
ination was made today of the accci
sion ot Ainc l
sion of Kinc Qeorec to the throne of
M t.la11tt..t mi.lAm
according to the established custom,
marked .the mcetinc of Parliament
to reaffirm allegiance to the new sov-
crcin 01 me cniDirc,
It is stated that Queen Alexandra'
! will retire to Sandrincham to snend
the remainder of her days.
WASHINGTON, D. C.Iay 0.
The naval annropnation bill, report
ed by the Senate at $130,770,934,
has been increased three millions by
the Honse committee.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 9. Jack
Johnson, champion heavyweight pu
gilist, today began his training for
his fight with Jeffries on July 4 next,
.Johnson's traininc quarters will be
l0iatcd Rt the ?ce:n,Beach-
IN TOIIS OF LAW
Youthful Fruit Thieves
Gathered In By
Chief McDiime's olllce looked llko
n kindergarten this morning, when
Fevon howling kids, nono of whom
wero over seven jeurs of age, were
hauled In by a couple of detectlvos.
Tho )oungsters mada.au awful noise
as they approached the station, and
they bcreumed ultli fright an thoy
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I nciif l-oviji i.-ii iil'niHiin,
rno iiitncn inciuiieii tour Japan
ese, two Chinese and ono Hawaiian,
ami they were hiimglit to tho sta
tion on tho complaint of the owuer
of some inaugn tices that stand In a
yard on Nutinnii street. The Idea of
"arresting'' tho boys was to forco
their parents to como to tho station
after them, and then tho chief would
have a chanco of warning them
about their children's conduct.
All tho kids wero unanimous in
saying that Itar Olchl the joungeiH
In tho bun h and of about live years
of ngo- was tho rhlef culprit, and
even whan green mangoes wero
.tukon from their pockets they In
Ulsted that Itar had given 'tho fruit
Tho wholo bunch was torrlllcd,
i - - --' -..-.
they wpro not to lie hanged at once,
Later on thoy woro handed oyer to
their Kirmits, with u warnlnR that
may pi event them from bwlplug
i " n-M """"I M ivHOfc,
mu tlfrnnuriii n wit I In n t Ifiiml
Tho funeral services over tho re
mains or Mrs. i:. I). Hlchurdsou will
tako nlnce tomorrow afternoon at
threo-thlity front tho residence of .lohn
I), Holt, roil street.
Interment will tako place, at Nuuanu
Chiyb Maru Brought No Tourists
---Chinese Abandon Their
Of tho ninety two cnliln paspen
corn triiiclhnt In transit from Han
fl'ruiiclt.ro to tho Orient hy the Toyo
' If l.nn irt.lul.n lli.. flil.... .
over sixty nre school teachers,, many
of whom lmvo been recruited from
the Stales of Ohio and Indiana for
service under tho 1'hlllpplne R0err.
The leather are proceeding to
Hongkong, nnd there will take pis-
sago on one of the Manila-bound
liners for their futuro field of labor.
The Cliljo Mnru arrived ut Alnkca
ntrccl wharf nt 1 o'clock tills after
noon. Contrary lo expectations, no lay-
over passengers left the vciscl nt this er bullion and spcclo Is to bo left
port. at -In p.m. ,
"There was plenty of J;nd wcutli- The Chlyo Maru will bo dispatch
er ilmlug the llrst few days of the cd for Japan porta and Hongkong at
voyage," stated Purser Chapnnii (Continued on (1(04)
Russian Rioters Get
Immigrants Prpsecuted For Disturbance
Are Leniently Dealt With
Upon the plea of guilty by n no of sentence In tho cacc, nnd I irthermoro'
tho Russians, ennrged with unlawful he had advised his client! that If sen
nssembly, the court this mornliiK huh- tenco wa suspended tout they lose no
ponded sentence In tho cam for thlr- tlmo nt nil In gcttluc to wiirk.
teen months. lutreprelcr tlruno explained nil this
At 9. o'clock the mon wero nrral,;nel to the prisoners at the bar pud then
In, the criminal court and County At- each was culled by name mil asknl
lorney Cathcart addressed tho cc.url, for his plea, which was BuLty In each
stating thut If tno defendants wls'ied and every case.
lo enter n plea of guilty to tho clta-ge 1h accused Marlmln, vvlip Is It
against them tho prosecution wo.ilil quarantine and uuder tho ajuo charge,
bo In favor of asking tho Cturt lo sas- iixiu motion of Mr. Cntliciit,.bad'.Uio
pent! sentence In tho enso, providing case ngnlnst him nolle pronod.
the inoii would go to work l.nd cliauiv After the couit had dlctliarged th"
their manner of Htc. prisoners they wcro iphcn a ihort talk
Judgo tVxipor called upon Attnrne and nonio gwd ndvlco b -Martin
Strauss, who represented the defend' (Iruiiij ami went their isawrul wayn,;
ants, nnd that gentleman stated to tin. which ways nil ended at tin park In
court that ho had u'Jvlscd his clients front of the pjloeo for lllo tl.no being,
yesterday afternoon lo pies J guilty II und thoro they Bat nnd il.BcuiK'd tho'r
tho Court should sen lit In sueiid good fortune
Three Russians Charged
Charged Willi attomptlnrr, to break
tho Kadernl quaraatllie laws, Ihruo
Russians (Iregorlu, (lavrlllov and
Hanrhook, wcro arrested Sa'lurdny
uvonlug and )estcrduy mopilng ami
wero up Tor piclliiFlnnry beating be
fore Iho I'ederul court this afternoon
Tlii'bc three mon tried ovory possible
means of reaching tho nowly arrive. I
Inimlgrnlits on (lunruntlno Island, to
conimunicatq with ihem, probabl' llin
conditions they wero up against hen,
ono of them even trying to get among
his fcllowcounlrjmen by swimming
across tho harbor. '
Neither of the mou would glvo tho
police any reason for their attempts
to reach tho Russians In do.entloii,
but it Is uupponed Ihut they wished
lo start more trouble, for tho authori
ties by getting these men nnd women
to refuse work on tho plantations ns
Itiu arch-agitator Vaslllcfr nnd his chos
en few did nmniig the other cmwd,
Ono of tho men arrested on tliu
iiuaruntlno clmrgn Is n youngster who
(Continued on face 2)
t li Is afternoon. The Cli)u Mnru be
haved nil right, but tho rnlu and
gules prevented the passengers from
Indulging In outdoor games nnd
spurts which tho staff of oiricern on
tho Jnpnncso liner nro prono to ar
range for their guests,
Tho vowel 'In currying 1S2 Asi
atic nnd fit fccond-cabln passengers
to Japjnetc and Chinese ports. In
addition to thoso In tho first cabin.
Three thoiibaud (una of freight
nre under tho charge of genial
"Tommy" Mct'ooinb3. The greater
part of thin U cotton Intended for
I lb" fpliinlng mills of Japan.
Nearly two million dollars In sll-
TURNED WATER ON
Hose Plays Prominent
Part In Family
Thin inoriilng at tho pollco court
Mm. lluynea was charged with ina
llcloits Injury, which consisted ot
doing an amateur hrcman's stunt,
and working u bono with great sue-'
(,ess. II nppcara that tho defend
ant In the cute and n woman named
Phillips had had a wordy battle In
which the defendunt claims sho gotv
tho woiet bf the deal.
In order to Eijuaie matters, stated
Mrs, llajnes, und lo clean iii tho
surrounding atmosphere, which had
been polluted by tho remarks bo
twocn tho pair, Mrs, llaynes 1 al
leged to have uttached u hoso to a
hydrant and thou to havo advancod
to tho attack on tho J'hllllps homo.
Everything lu the (rout rooms was
wet through, and a stream of water
soon found its way down the hall
way to where tho owner of the housa
had tul.cn refugo from tho dqluge.
(Continued on race S) :