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S'e'iii t May 13
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4010.
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICK I CZHTf
Hilo Railway "Tip" Is
u Extension To Paauhau
Illlu Ilullwny Is going through to
i.n,ini.M n.i th.it ,.,,
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This Is the Inside Information on
wltlrli thn flttrrv In Itltn IlnllwuV
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8to:k has been mining for the last
week. It Is tho
'Inside tfp" on
been bought and on
which stock has
which n "good turn" Is expected. ..gt()ck tvvy.. he1 the capUnila.
All 11. V. Dillingham will say Is ,on g increased from fourx million
that the last news he has received five hundred to live million five hull
Ib that rails have arrived for the ex- dred or six hundred thousand dol
tension of the road to the lloiiolll Inrs.
gulch, or some other way station. Just what the exact dotnils are no
and everything Is going along swim- one In authority will give out, but
mlngly, and "mebe," perhaps. If all tho "straight tip" has beon passed
goes well the road will continue on around to fo many peoplo who want
Castle Defends Present
member of the
Hoard nf I.liiuor
slonera, believes that tlio existing
lliiuor law Is entitled to support nnil
Is tu he preferred to tho enactmont
u'f a prohibition statuto by the Log-
iin..r nf ihn Torritmv. n rte.
clard this morning that he believed qualltltlcs 0, (lllor , bottlM
that tho existing law, was n good onol Thirdly, Mr. Castlo believes that
nnd with three changes should ho , tho Legislature should make an nd
sunicluiit for nil purposes. dltlonal appropriation for the work
f.. r.,.u.l ,,,.i ,i ti,. nr.t f 'he liquor license hoard of Oahu,
. V.MDV.Q ,.bb..1., ...Mb V..W ...tlht
,i ii , i it'
lv' w ''"w " ,..... ..oo wm.m
bo a provision that would prevent
tho Lontlnunnco of tho recti lers bus-
Wholesalers To Lose :
Local Retail Licenses
Tho Board of Liquor License Com
missioners for Oahu havo decided to
sound public opinion on tho question
imolved In refusing to grunt a ro
nowal of licenses to saloons that do
not open directly upon a public thor
oughfnro. As far as tho Commission
is concerned the matter Is Btlll In u
tentatlio state and nothing will be
dono until tho sentiment of tho public
is' definitely ascertained.
They havo also declared against tho
wholesale holder of a retail license.
It has beon proposed that a public
meeting be held and an attempt made
Captain Basto, Aide and
Consul Call at
Promptly gt Hu'clock this morn
ing an nUtombblle bearing Captain
IMnto Uasto, commander
the Portuguese cruiser San Gabriel,
his ulde. and the Portuguese Consul,'
t-'ouut uunuvaro, urew up In front
RAILWAY BILL FAVORABLY REPORTEO
CASTLE TALKS ON LIQUOR
nrruud tlio Island.
i To uut tl10 railroad through to
rnmthuu and Hamaktia Mill will re-
nUo m()ro boll(1 moncy ,, , -r
.i..- ......,. ...,... t...n.i .... n,n
uvl (u BL-t;U,u iiiuiu uuuu iiiui.j unv
of the first things, to do will ho to
Issue more slock. So the people who'
nre ,,uw "U'nK '" nallway stock, plate now In view. It
uu "spec" expect to como In on the.structi'd with capital n
Liquor Traffic Law
lness and the prevention ol the ealel
ol 'uiioruieu nquur 10 me cuu-j
Tho second change that he advo -
catn u amendment that will
"make n wholesaler a wholesaler";
"at Is, to prevent the holder of a
wholesale license from evadlnp the
utilrtf rt thn Inur liv uo11lrin small
,1. t ,,, J
iimiictiuis iuuiu uf viiiptuyeu
. (Matpnil nf nne. tin nf nrMnnh
Mr. Castlo nlso believes that tho stood for ts strict enforcement dur
holding of n I'edcrnl license should bit' lug his service on the board.
toward learning what thoso Interest"
ed may hnvo to say hetoro tho Hoard
takes tlio question up for serious con
sideration. According to a member of
the Hoard, tho only saloon that would
ho affected by a ruling as suggested
would bo the Union Saloon. -
It Is stated that a number of objec
tions have been raised to a saloon
with oxlts nnd entrances away from a
public thoroughfare and that thoso
protests aro the basis for the decision
by tho Hoard tu consider tho question
Tho Hoard has made tho Vullng that
will, result In tho wholesalers now
of the Talaco steps and the distin
guished party alighted for their for
mal call upon Governor Frear. '
Colonel J. W. Jones, Chief of Starr
of the National Guard, met tho party
at the head of the stairs Inside the
Continued nn Pace 41
10 VIEW LAND
Tomorrow the court and Jury In tho
caso of Bishop and Company versim
Knleleha over the tltlo to certain land
will visit Watcrtown to view the tract
The casq has been on In Judge Whit-
ofl"0'" ";0,lrt n tw, J"1'
I tltn nnlilnnnn lino nlinwn tlint Mm ill.
Urnllan clalmaiitR of tho land havo llv
,.v v,Mi.i.u ii a.iwn., ,,iv .HO -
ej lUK, n fr t),0 ,,a8tr four genora.
I to get rich cm "a little filer In the
' ft. ..Ill !. I . !...
market" that there Is no doubt of
what tho "tip" from the Inside Is. i
I Qnv of t,(e , featureg , ,.!
I !.... ...tit. .,. .m... i- .i.-.1
iictuuu 1 1 ii me n uiwai ,iuii in uiui
when tho road rocs through to Wal-
pi,, gulch, w 1,1.1, 1, the jumping off
will be eon-
made from the
prosperity of the Islands and Is now
.c..n.e,i ir mrmer prosperity.
Mr. Dillingham sas there will be
nothing dent He for ten dajs, but
the. "straight tip" rren nre buying
on the assurance that the deal is nil
completed except thnt it is not jet
signed and the seals may not have
ii.rtl .--. -r-
prima faclv cvldeuco of selling fan I
iinii ,u meal option leaiuro 111 Uio
existing law should bo strengthened.
l win, ,!.-. mn.im.itinna wi.i,.i.
aro pr.ictlcally In accord with
I the sentiments of those oi posed to
the propaganda of John Q. Woolley,
Commissioner Castle belle cs that
the existing law Is entitled to the
support of tha peDplo of Hawaii and
should not be call aside fcr a pro
Commissioner Castle has an Intl
mato knowledge of the practical
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wurKiug oi me present siaiuie gov-
I mn n. tlm lln,i. tnimn n.i haa
holding retail HceWs forfeiting their
licenses' In tho Interest of thoso af
fected by tho decision to close all sa
loons outsldo of the fire limits of the
city. About Ave saloons 'aro now op
orated under retail licenses Issued In
the names of local wholesalers.
Those llccns'es aro to bo reissued
but the license holders of the saloons
closed on July 1st becauso thdy artl
ouumo the 11 ro limits will have the
preference In the reissuance of tho
This policy bus boen definitely de
cided upon by tho Board and will not
C, May ll. -
Col. Boosevelt has accepted the honor
tendered to him bv President Taft.l
of acting as a special ambassador of
the United States at the funeral of
the late Kinir Edward.
PHILADELPHIA. May li. Bear-
Admiral Kiersted died here today
from a stroke nf anoplexv, "
Monday will be the last day for
the, nayment of the first half of mod-
erty, income and conservation taxes.
200 RUSSIANS TAKE
OFFER OF WORK
Latest Arrivals Are Not
IIINUCflCCU DY MIC
i n i-eucrai I inmigraiiun auuiorltic-t
nll hnv., '-iininl&ii,i ih.tr ini.,,r in
Th Federal Immigration outhorltlci
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......ni.il.D uvimr .ii- u.ij ,n IlillUKUl U
a close, ncionllng
to tho rate of prog'
examination lit II,
ress madu In lh
Bta. thi, mcirnln,
Two. bundled lturslani successful')
passed the qulx slvun them by the liu
migration oitlctrniand almost as fast
.,, ti,cy complete',! Ihs examination
th-y protcedeil tcj gather up their bag
,ige nnd personal efftctj and drift
cuer to the adjoining premises of tho
Hawnllau Sugar Planters' Association.
I There will be but few' Kunslans de
tained by tho Immigration bureau be
cause of mental or physical defect.
'The last lot of Jtusslaiis aro declared
oy i note competent to pass judgment
as a. much suHirlor clami of peoplo
than those- who 'afnio 'to these Istiindi
by the Tenjo MaruVomo tlnio ago, nml
who since their arrival havo caused
all kinds of trouble.
Director Itoal 1). Me.id of the Lab
or Iliireou. and Assistant Habbltt ex
pressed themsehp as much gratified
by the willingness displayed by tho
Husslaiis to lake up: employment of
Hip Planters' shed and compnunJ
wac tluonged with1 I'tiWBlali I nnd Fili
pinos this morning. Nearly three bin.
dred prospective laborers were carol
for last evening. The Little Hrown
Brothers to the number rf nearly sev
enty will ba sent to pltnfa'.lons and
estates on tho Hlg Island. A largo por
tion of this delegation halo been iu
slgnod to llawl Mill nnd oilier nsarby
pluntntlons. Ihcy will leio by the
steamer Maul this evening This to
sel Is ulso taking a detegd'lon of Itus
bIiiiib, who bale slgnlflod their lutc'i
tlon of taking up work on Olaa, Walu
kea, and tho Illlo St gar Company
Last evening Mr. Mead nnd his as
soelates dispatched twenly-flvo Hut
Blans tu istnnd plantations. Thes
peoplo belonged to the delegation
which has been creating trouble, dur
ing their stay at the Improvised Iwl
let camp. They became tired and dis
gusted at tho dilatory actions of their
leaders and finding themselves misled
by false promises and a shortage of
food staring them In tho face, the dis
appointed Itiirslaiis turned to tho plan
tation rpcrultlng agency for relief.
They declared that Urough following
their false prophets, I boy had suffered
Tho labor hoadquniterJ Ib constantly
besieged with those Ruislniin who ex
press a preference to lake up labor on
plantations on Oahu. At present thosu
plantations hao but little Inducement
(Continued on Pace 4)
SAN JOSE, Costa Blca, May 11.
Severe thocki ot earthquake were
experienced here today, and the city
is in a state bordering on panic.
Thousands are leaving; the city, and
there is a general exodus from the
houses to the open.
SHAKES IN SAN DOMINOO,
CSV TinMIMfin XToo 11 Klmrtt
I . oi" . .. . J 1 .. .
'hock, of earuoukB were ie nere
No danuce is reported.
TJT A 'rVrTTT?'P'V'
LiAVi IN ibIX I
rPTDT A T DTTtTATO
X XVlXlJ l Dl lVJXJ.1 0
SAN BAFAEL, Cal., May 11.
r--.- Vnll.. Pn-,-,l..tn-.,- via'-,
nerv of San Francisco is on trial here
for his complicity in the' -wire-tap-
I ping.operations of the Sausalito nool-
1 ' 1.1 mi.. iii i....
tJie triai opened today;
rUUIU KU1UUIC19I B UlClllUlllBIlCSUl
tb. trial ..,! tnn
jsjsy'Tor Salo" cards at Bulletin.,
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 11. '
A favorable report was rendered to
the House of Representatives today,
on the bill authorizing William A.
wail and his associates to construct
a railroad on the Island of Hawaii.
tins is nenoveu in ue ino uill pasB- ., ,,.,..
ed by tho last Legislature "covering ,rom ",0 out"ld8 l",!ln,l8 nnd cven
an -extensive railroad enterprise on lhls Island, tbnt the new rule for
through Kona nnd to Kau, on the the sale of goods at cost In piuuta-
Islnnd of HawulL -tlon stores Is ruining the business
'."', i0' "'o Independent storekeepers.
BIG LEAGUES I A,rcau,y ,he holesalcra of Hono,
pj.. -TT- T-) A -r x i'u'u ore beginning to feel It. The
XT JLlXX X fiA I il i Imlependent storekeeper of the coun-
I try dlstilci docs not daro to buy any
(Special Bulletin Cable.) Igoods for fear the plantation store
San Francisco, May 11. (will soon run him out of business.
ThY results ef the bij; amei 'y- Neither does he waut-to pay his
ed today uti v ,A .. (hills for goods received In tho past.
Nattftnal-leaBTie Chicago 4, aiewbccauke If he fs'Touiid forcoriafh
York 3. ruin, he wnnts to save all be ?an
American League Boston 10, St. from tho wreck.
Louis 3; New York 2, Detroit 0. Thus It Is that the Independent
Other games scheduled for the day store business of the Islands has
were postponed on aefcount of heavy been brought to mu-h the same
(Snecial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 11.
The Senate railroad bill will be sub
stituted for the Administration
measure that passed the House yes.
teraay in an amended form. The oil-
ferenra hturn h. twn fcn ,m '
i.. : .71,. i.3 ; ;:r ""
in conference com-
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
KANSAS CITY. May 11. The
jury in the Hyde case has been in
structed to find Dr. Hyde either
guilty of murder in the first degree
or innocent of any crime.
T. R. AND ,WM. II.
BERLIN. May 11. Col, Boosevelt
was the guest of Emperor Wilhelm
today at a review of twelve thousand
SAN' FHANCISC0, May 11.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s, 101-2d.;
parity. 5.17c Previous quotation,
4s. lid. HI
TRUSTEE H4VEJILED BONOS
Two bonds each for 102,500 have
been In tho circuit court by the trus
tees of tho estate of Abigail K. Camp
Ono bond was filed by Hawaiian
Trust Company, Ltd, as principal, and
I'acinc surety Company as surety, tho
trust company beln'g appointed n trus
tee and the second was filed by Muriel
Shlnirle. triluten nu nrlnrlnnl nml Th
8ntei a,Va- "
Company as surety.
OPIUM (USE OK
Another opium emu Is on In the KVd
oral court today, Veo I'an being charg-
d Hh bavlng tho smuggled drug In
his possession Illegally.
T,ie JUW ,lr!wn to try tho caso con-
"l8ts of olat Onistcd. Patrick Mc-
?r",h. ' " "L'aUIl11; '' "UleJohn
J. Uuriis. Charles I'h us. Oeorcu Oon
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salves. D. V Thrum. J. II. Moholona,
Charles Bailey, T. H, l'etrlo and C. 11.
stores Face Crisis
Selling At Cost By Plantations
Felt To Be Fatal Blow To ,t
I Heporls nre steadily coming In
(standstill that would result In ths
Territory of Hawaii If Congress
should pass a law requiring al the
manufacturers of sugar under tho
American Hag fo sell their sugar at
as low a rale as Is possible for the
sugar manufacturers of Cuba,
The Independent trnde has been
brought up "all standing."
irameaiaieiy me worn went through
the plantation and country districts
that plantation stores would sell at
COSt. thf, trade nf ttlA Imlnnnnrfntit
....1. "....' 7. ...r ":.':".
:,.:: .-.: .u'u:R..w"a u. ? mo?n
wind. All the customers of the In-
Will Be Declared
Half Million for Kahuku and Million
For Makaweli Is What Is
ti'nlllllflt ninHtnllAH lnuK..l. 1.
......,. , .u.iKiii,,!! v.uiiiiiiii) g niiicK
will ho Increased fioni five hundred
thousand to one million di liars.
Hawaiian Sugar Company's slock
will bo Increased from two million
dollars to threo million dollars.
These are the plans that aro on foot
and occasioned the calling of tho opes-
nu meetings or the stockholders of
theso two corivoratloni. notices of
w hlch appear In the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Thesefncreases have been anticipat
ed for some time with tho possible
exception of Hawaiian Sugar, "A'akv
well." over which there has been con
siderable difference of opinion nr.mng
tho directors. Kahuku's slock will bo
doubled. Hawaiian Sugar will bo In
creased a million to cour Its Increased
assets as shown by Iti. latest 'suite
ment. Homo of thoso Interested In Hawnll
au Sugar said u yoar ago that there
would ho no Increase of tho capital
stopk of that corporation. Instead of
uuiiii, mm, iiiu iiueimuu was 10 lay
nslde surplus' camlngn In n sinking
fund with which to pay off tho stock,
holders when tho leaiu on tho lands
of iho plantation oxpbcs.
It Is understood that (hero has bocnl
soma Bharp difference of opinion
among tho directors oj this point and
It was finally decided to pass tho mat
ter up to tho stockholders, bt t there
Isn't much doubt of how they wl'l de
cide. Considerable criticism wns aroused
among Ban Francisco holders when
the bouda of Hawaiian Sugar wcro
dependent stores prepared to "go to. -,'
the plantation stores.
One man tried to'-uavo his custom
ers by telling them thnt they could
get rates at the plantation,, stores
aim l lie independent would give tho 5
same rate or pay him the differenced ,
This amounted to paying out cash i
to hold trado. " j
"Wo must hold our customers,'
said one of the Independents. "But
the l.ord knows how long weshajl
bo al:e to do It .with the planta
tions pinctlcally combined to wipe ,
us off the face of the earth, a"nd
iiiuiii.iwuu. Aim in ine m last f or
till, lhfv tnlk ahnnl l.tfttM AflT tS
pcop.o und building up an lndepen-Y
dent citizenship." -hSi
Wholesalers throughout the cltyl
who bino done business with the In-:
dependont stores In the plantation' ti
flllllrlpta rminrl tailing nr In a..iam ' 'ik
.....u . . H... t..b ,, ,,, uiucib
and also financial remittances. "f.
The whole retail and wholesale "
business of the Territory Is hnng up,
lu other words, nnd so far as thet
Independents are concerned, the
plantation stores that are presuma"-'
hly selling their staple goods at cost'.
are ninklne all tha n.nn th l
to be made off the other articles of
trade that are not sold at cost. and"J
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'."-'. muraeu up to suit -J
u, ,,oman,", f ihe situation, if that
paia on: last jear In a lumn pnn,
.Holilera there felt that tho bonds wom"
ull right, to remain with tho usual an-'l
mini mi.Iii.II... . i .. . . ..' M
....m, iviiutiiuii, ivuving too remainder v
of tho Income for dividends. Theso' s'
aro probably tho ones now favorlni? ...
ftho Increase of, tho capital slock nri'l '
DkuiiiuiK mo sinning riinu Idea, ,
A sinking fmid was onco content.
nlntcd bv i:n nlnntntlnn .,,.,.,-.. V'
but It never got further than the con.
tcmplatlon. Stockholders are usually
willing to tako their chances when tho',
lcaso runs nut sq they get what dlvl- ,
denirs aro coming today. 'V (i 51
Tll.i hn,liru if n.nll.ll..ll. t..7? - G
..U h..HunV W. VUI,,U1IUIIUE, ill UU1IJ
thoso plantation has been anticipated
hi the quotations for somo time. Tim'1
expectations on tho street Is that Ka-
huku's dividend under tie nnw stock
Issue will bo reduced w'jllo Iho dlvl
dend of Hawaiian Sugai wl remalrifl
Iho samo. TE
lln nll.n 0... -,--,..-.- J
iiunmioii oufcur viuciioKers niootn
,on tho 17th and Kahuku on tho 18tnl
of tlllg molltn
LONDON. May 11. Euloriea oti
the late King Edward occupied the
attention of the British ParllamrntJ
today, and these were followed byJ
tuuKiniumiiuiis cxienaea to"iUa(
Qeorge on his accession - to tiSs
I ss t
Rome people are rosnectabli
upito of what the neighbors;
h, J . . Si .t