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From San Francisco .
Sierra May 13
For San Francisco: - '. t'
Tcnjo Maru ..,..'.... .May 13
Mntama i . . . .'.Apr, 3D
Manuka May 26
Sirn on your windows will not
secure you tenants and boarders
half so quickly as n little ad in
the Bulletin's Room and Board
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 481V.
10 PAOES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910. 10 PAGES.
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Nine Voters In 79 Declare They
Tlio prniiliiitlnnUiB urn without tho
clllitest prospects iif securing even
fnlr mipiKirl nt tlio
20th If thc re-nulls
caiAnuB liy one of III
It.tn (a npntitf.i1 nH
In one iircclmt whon- HPvuiity-nlnc
Aotcra weia naked for nn fxiiroaslon
of opinion nn Ihn qm-Ktlon of prolilljl-
lion or the dlli lent regulation of tin.
Ilipior Irafllc. nine of lliem ilcclured
(hut they would vote for llio enact-
incut of a prohibitory I iv. Tlio ro-
mnlulnu Kcvcnt ilecltrcd that Ihuy
would io opponed to the fuHtenlnc it
Wilful-Perjurers, Is -Charge
"Unless tlio ejc t McDndlo nnd nensix conitultleil It, TIicho men may
Kellett aio illlTeroiit from tlio ejea ao licou gnnihlliiR or thoy muy not
of mjholf and mj nun, tlion those the Almighty alono knows tor
two men committed wilful .perjury McDutHe and Kellett could not sec.
en tlia ataud In tills case, as sure, as mid my ton are smarting from this
day fiillowB night," said Attorney verdict. We wont whoro McDudlo
l.lchtfoot In nddrcbslng the court was and looked through the holo tho
this morntug liefoiu scntcuto was miino uh ho did, and, having seen,
prunnumed on Nakamuru unit kov- kpow that (hat testimony wax iiIjho
oral othur Japanoio found guilty of lately falfc nnd perjury. I dout bo-
gambling l u Jury.
...... ... .. . "
Llghtloot nlnc sneered nt tlio Jury
'for Us methods In arriving, at a er
dlct. "Tho verdict of tho Jury.' con-
tinned the attorney for tho defense, nor. City nnd County Attorney Cuth
"huh given on tho testimony of these cart addressed tho court. "It would
tun witnesses, and If perjury was
ocr contnitttcd, then these, tw() wit -
$4000 IS NOW
From Jheionc-fnurlh of (ho Incomo
tax nvallab'lo for cnuuenntlon uoik
J100O has been npproijriatcd for work
In llio agricultural dvpnrlinaut of the
Territorial Collego, und work In con
struction of b'llldlngs will comroctien
Tho first appropriation for llio pur
poHe was In Novumlior last when
S2500 was act asldo for llio work, and
recently $1000 more 'was added to tho
llrst amount by Ihn commlttou, with
tin nppiovul of Ihn (loicrnnr.
This appropriation will hi used for
building construction, thc maintenance
of (hot experimental work will bo
homo by IVdcrnl fumU as soon as
tho buildings urn Jfcady and turned
over pyi me lorruory,
Tlio -work In bo done lu this new
ili.iinrtment will uo oxnerlincnt ll
along dairy and iioiiltry Ibios, some-j
tiling tb.it Iiuh not lueii donu hereto
foro, nnd woik which will bo of gro.it
benefit to tho bliiall fanner, cattle-mil
AT MOANA TONIGHT
Tho Moana Hotel will give a danro
this ovoirTug for the officers and ladles
on hoard tho transport Sheridan An
Hawaiian quintet villi fiiinlt.li muslofccriiieu ror anu iniien up
dining the dinner hour A cordial In-
vltnllon la exleuded
lu local ai m,
navy and tovvnfulk,
n irolilllil(in law iihiu the Ti-rrlinrj
" w'"" '"l '"" "' nguiiiK
i1"" "' ""-'" '" "" "" rainuinii.
" ", IiIh "UiumlE" r,,r ulto pro
hIMIIon. - Up Ii not liH-t wllh any
lllu "KPmndilns biicc.mh.
Thu opinion expreijKeil on overy
hand In llio hiislnvna district of tli.i
rlty illyriutriiEliiR to llio extremist,
lit thnt the oxIstliiE law Ih cond enough
(Continued on Pase 2)
... .. .... ..
llcvu that tho Hotioralilo Court be
lieves these defendants guilty upon
the testimony of thoso two officers,"
As I.lghtfout sat down after nd
drerslug thc court In his heated man-
he unfair," ho said, "to these two of-
' (Continued on Pace 2)
BE ISSUED SOON
"Tho law does not requlro that I
Issuo Ihu proclamnllon for tho plob
Isclto jote nf July 2G until forty days
before that llmo," said dovernor
Krcar In responsu to a question till
Ilnwntcr, tho Oocruor further
stated thai Iwi expected In issuo tho
proclamation within a short llmo
It has luen drawn up for n eoiiKhl
eralilo period but from tlmo to time
minor alterations have been inado lu
(ho phraseology. Hut for minor con
rectloim In tlio draft rciuulii In ho
made, and tho (Inveinor expects lo
Issuo llio formal notlcu within a ton
plo of weeks.
Corporation papors havo boon lllcif
for llio formation of a now Jnpau
cbo fishing company.
The company Is capitalized at $10,
ODD, divided Into four hundred shares
at furi eu()i, with tho privilege of
extending tho capital stock to
According In statements made by
those Interested In tho new com.
1"V. "H "' tho slock up to tho pros,
out capitalization has been sub-
The corporation is m
as the Pacific 1 tailing
I Ltd, of Honoioilu.
..ini.i.riin .... i..iv "" i'i"i'hiu . ..".. m.. i. jonccst mat Mr. Kooseveit has triven com me ironi- laws win not h ul- ?" UJ
... .. .....ii.,.i came l ir determination, i since he returned from Africa, and Inwml tn luml on'ih., milnlnn.i t,t ti.,. sham, in which it was
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n..... tloivnrinir ti bvrnri! llio nloduoil Kiln- vnnA nf Ivili-oftnn n rniiln.iin. r hnvimr i.nrn ijuiintiv CliarcCS nrCDarCa 07
MAKES NEW ACCUSATIONS
Address in ,
BERLIN, May 12. Col. Roosevelt
today delivered his address before the
University of Berlin on "The World
The Emniror am! Emm-ess wpw
present. lORethci1 with many notables
,0r the country. The address was the
In summing up, Mr, Knosowll said
lu pirl: "When tho Greek lost llio
Lterner virtues, when his sotdlcis
lost tho fighting edge, und his states,
men gtow (.(irrupt, whllo tho peopln
became a faction-loin und jilcasuro
loving rabble, then tho doom ot
(1 recce was ill hand, and not all their
iiilllratlon, their li,ellcctual brll
n... .i i V.ii.ii V-o-i .........
lancy, their nillstl,; dove opn.en .
tl.olr adrollncss n M'cu.latlve scl-
wirrtoiihl Kare-the-Hoiicnlc people
as they bnwed herorp the sword of
tho Iron Itumai. - . j
'What Is the lesson to us today?
Are wo to go tho wuy ot the older
civilizations? Thn immense Increase
ill thu .area of civilized activity tin
day, (Kj that It Is nearly coterminous
with the world's surfneo; tho Im
mense IncreiiHo iu Ihn multitudinous
inilety of Its activities; the ImmcnsQ
.Increase In the velocity of tho world
movemont arc all these to mean
merely that the crush will bo all
the more completo and terrible when
It comes? We can not bo certain
that the answer will ho In tho ncgn
tlvo; but of . wo can be certain. United StulCa from foreign (pun
thnt wo shall not go down In ruin tries, through Porto III rim or llawal
unless we deserve and cam our end. nu lerrltoiy, under tho Immlgra
Thoro Is io necessity for us lo fall; tlou Act, will bo iiccomp'lshcd In
wectin how out our destiny for our-ln-iordiiiRO wllh th following iiro
rolves, if only wo buvo tho lt and vUlons:
thu rfcurnge ami tho honesty. j (H) t aliens arriving In Porto
"Personally, I do not believe that Itko or Hawaii destined to tho main
our civilization will rail. 1 think land of the Hulled States shall bo
that on the whulo wo have grown Inspected at tho time of arrival mid
bettor and not worse. I think that ( bo given 11 leitlfliato of the form set
011 tho whole the future holds more, forth below, Tho holders of such
for lift ihau even the great past has lertlflcato, duly signed by the United
hold. Hut, assuredly, the dreams of States Commissioner of Immigration
golden glory lu tlio future will not at San Juan, or by Hie Inspector lu
romo trim unless, high nf heart nnd
Rtrnnir of linnil. Iiv nnr nwn nilchtv
deeds wo innko them loiuo true. Wo
can not afford to develop liny one set
of qualities, any one set of nctlvl- tlon by tlio United States Immlgra
tits, at tho cost of seeing others, tlon onUera as lo their right to cn
cqually neccHsary, ntrophlod, Nelth', tor, upon their Identification and
or tho military efficiency .of tho Mon-' surrender of such cortlficnto to such
go!, t.10 extraordluaiy business abl.oml.l. and upon paot of
Ity or the Phoenician, nor tho subtlo tax.
n.i j t.
ii,uinjiiiicii 011 muc t
In addition to writing policies thafecover
Loss or Damage ly Fire we have a
special policy that covers
I ACC or damage to the Automobile
LViJiJ inst red by. bjing in collision
-with any moving or stationary object.
I IARII ITV 'or damage lo tne Pro"
LJ.lDa.LI I I perty of others caused
Henry Watcrhousc Trust Co., Ltd.
Immigration otnclais of tlio United
States norvlc. received iv todav's
la (l very Important regulation re-
W.lMg the dcpart.no of .Hen. fro,,,
ii. i. ...i..i.....i
The. practical -erroct or tlil reguh '
Hon In that alien of any nationality
u.lii,l,. ihn T.-rir.. .,f il,.ii
This Is ii very Hmpoi taut regulation forward by the attorneys for Glavis, "r drjdock will result In crippling clnsa nre roiirerncd
and will have a Wring on tho prae- and the information hitherto with. ' tniclency or I'earl Harbor as ,i . ,
llco of making Immigration lo Hawaii held. Wickcrsham stated that the K'at ,,nv"1 rcndezM.us; FL0H1DA LAUNCHED,
merrl) a aiepplng stone to tho main- summary properly bore the date of President Morgiii of (he Clinmhr NEW YORK, Mav 12. The bat-
land, j the time when it was considered by "f Commerce stated Hits morning thu tleship Florida, one of thc new ships
Tho testation i gois Into clftct on the President. o d not received answem to nny of thc DrcndnouRht type, was sue
May 15, Mr. Ballinjrcr also nroduced tele- of "'" cables. that lia0 ulread been ccssfully launched today with fitting
In addUlon lo tlits It Is uulerstood crams showinc that Chief EnRineer f"ranled to Washington ami added ceremony. t
that iho'Tederat- (lovernment Iiiih Davis of the Reclamation Service ""TTTr? Trmr?rr.-
""teii nn invcBtiRation into mo iu-
f Iim'ulllg I)f 10 ,,
lnlrof(.rnlI4 wi.ajmv,, been nuklng'
Tll0 w regulallon la iu full as
started an Investigation Into tho lu-
Immigration Via Purtu Itko and
Department of Ccmnieiio and Labor.
Ilurc.iu of Immigration und Natural
ization.' Washington, April in, tillU
To all Imuilgiatlon OIIHcrs and Oth
The following addition to thft Im
migration Regulations Is hcreh) pro
mulgatcd to take effect beginning
May IB. 1910;
itulo GO. inspection nnd entry or
ullntiif Itiln I1a tnTil 11 In till tt f
it.- .T. I.. !... ll a
Chargo at Honolulu, bhull he cntl
fle.1 In nilmlKslnii In the
States at any one ot tlio vnrlons porta
ot entry without further examlna-
n !...j . t n
itiuniinucu n.i xhkq .r
RULE FOR ALIENS
WASHINGTON, D. C.Jlny 12.
secretary jjaiuncer was again on
the witness stand today in his own
rJ"' '"S, ..t "
amount of sensational testimony.
Thc Secretary among- other im-
l,ullB"1 uii"""". ri:u u nicrwru
him had been
antedated. IIS Claim nad been nut
was receivinc pav from a private
was receivinc pav from a private
concern fof inintr an irriBation!
project, at the wme time that 'he
was under salary from the Govern, i
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
San Francisco, May 12.
The results of today's' baseball
games in the big leagues ore:
AmpHrnn T.pAeiip -Rnxtrm 9 St
Loui, 1; Phillldeinhja 4 Cleveland
0. New Yorv 5. Detroit 3. Other
N'm 1 Leairue Cincinnati 8,
Philadelphia 1; Chiraco 1, New York
9: Pittsbunr 9. BrOOkWn 11 (twelvO
innings); St. Louis 0, Boston 3.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN RAFAEL, Cal May 12. A
jury for the trial of Flannery, the
police commissioner charged with
corrupt methods in connection with
poclroom swindles, has been com
Pleted'y - - -
pnrtTTANn Ore Mav 12 W
.. H,v.ut r 7 nnn
"g- ""- v.i".
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 12.
The Senate today passed the light
house appropriation of $2,500,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 12. Sug
ar: 00 degrees test, 4.24c. Previous
quotation, 4 30c. Beets: 88 analysis,
14s. 8 l4d.; parit" 5.13c. Previous
quotation, 14s. 101 '2d.
HAS CABLE FOR
DETENTION OF GRACE
Hlch Hhprlff Hcnrv lins eRbleil to
Formosa ami lo other Oriental portnlK"t. ,nnt several men woro linnglii'
for tho ancst and detention of Mur -
deror Andersou Oraco should bo shoiv
up In that part of tho world.
It was slated several days ago that
Oraco might have made his get-uway
on tho Nllgatu Maru hlch tvvas iu
jiort hero at 'tho tlmo of his dlsappoar
anco ami which nailed direct for rur
mosa with a cargo of sugar machinery
for plantations on that Island.
Commercial Bodies Fear Re
duction of Drydock Appro
priation Means Crippling
It Is poKslldo that a Joint protest
will go forwaid to Washington b) th
Chamber of Commerce and thu Men
chants' Association In whlili II Is do-
"IgnciJ to rellett the hentlnicnt of tin
public opinion of tho Territory that a
remicnon in ine sue m ine rean liar-
F AiBmUbB Im
L nOTyl 1 11
HN I ? 1 1 111
JU llHlf III
For San Gabriel Men
A round of gaiety and hospitality
of tho Hawaiian sort Is in storo for
the oflUciH and moil' of the I'ortu
guei.e cruiser Sa'n Onbrlcl, the fes
tivities that were prepared for tho.
vlsltoui by tho members ot tho local
Port'igiiejo colonj having been halt.
ed he rmwm nf llm .lenlh of Iflnc
Kdwaid. The threo .n.is nerio.i o-
iibwlulo inmiriilng that wa8 pre.
scribed will terminate tomorrow, nnd
In tlio evening tho
ovouiug tho reecptlou and
ball will ho given to thu officers In
This will bo about tho largest
ovent of n social nature that will ac
company tho entertainment planned
Tho comet. Oils morning, presented
Itself to tho best advantage hIiico It
... n -.i. i...ub uviuiB mo iienu ui I'm
comet tanin Into view abovu tho hllU
lis tall was most beautiful, reaching
fully from the horizon to tho zenllh.
A peculiar feature of this morning's
exhibit was a largo number of shoot.
lug stars around about tho comet'H tall
nt tho extreme end. This display oc -
citrreu at a quarier to lour.
AslrononictH aro predicting exhlbl -
lions or Bhontlng stars nuar tho train
nf tho comet and It Is posslblo that
from now on It will bo worth a wr-
win's whllo to get up qulto early.
On board Ihu Hleira, which will ar
rlvii tiimnrrriw urn I-nifnaurt II I1
Urd and bis assistant. B, V CoddlnT,
ton Thoy com,, from tho Ohio Sink-
University for tlio express purHiso of
viewing tho trnns'lt of Halcy's come
across thu faio of tho sun,
Tho I'rofoHsor and his assistant
come fully prepared lo uiako nil kind'1
of scientific testa of an j thing that may
trausplro during the noxt two month?
t mm i
One of llio ltusslan Interpreters ro
ported tn tho chief of detectives, Natl
I"r,,"nu nis nouse nun uiai no v.ns senr
ed of them. The chief took steps to
Invostlgato thu matter and tho Inter
preter went homo sutlsllcd.
Nino Chinese, alleged gamblers who
wcro arrested bouio days ago, ap
peared In court this morning but on
tho application of their nttornoy, C, V
Chllllngwnrth, tho casus woro sent
over till May 13,
Hint he i)li not except answers from
nny of Hie Senalors nddressed.
it Ih lntcd out that tho construe-
(Ion of tho doik til .in over nil length
of G20 fiet and a width of J10 fet
ducking of the new Dreadnoughts
oockiiik oi un" nw urv.iuiu.ubm
V TfirO '
U I Ul ll
for tho visiting officers and sailors
ot tint Portuguese cruiser.
The banquet that has been r
rauged by Coiisul-Ocncrtil Canavarru
will not be given until tho return
of tlio San (lahrlel from Its trip to
Captain Pinto llaoto and tlio offi
cers of thn Sau Gabriel havo ox
pressed themselves as being capti
vated bj llio scenery effects on Oaliu,
having been taken to the Pall and,
around Diamond Head lu uutomo
In addition lu pas lug an official i',
(nil 011 dovernor Trenr csterday, 1
Captain Pinto Ilastu and his aides'-
tnnilo ni tilllclal call upon Major Jkx
rein. ' 'p2
PEACE REIGNS AT
The last of the Iluulan luiniT-. '
grants will leave the planters'' ro?K
criming eucu uy tomorrow eventne.
nccordlng to the present calculation
,,( jiosara Mead and llabultt. ..-.
.,,,,, , , '
I uw" " receiving ,
f'",,',,Jr ""'enment lo tlio various Is-,
,a"'1 I'lnntatlons. In many cases
t1""" imiinuB '"" fl
I ri.ltl.nl In. I .....I n f.H tf ..ncglU.1 '
..,. ...... ...... .. .... .. ,...o....:u
"AbciU Ito)iil I). Mend has endeavor,
r,l P'-t'o applicant Jbar cuij
pto incut nu such tugnr cstalc3 as
'"'si suns mem. , f..,
lu the r.iso of plantntloiiB on this
Islam), (be planleru labor bureau nun
1...1 - .. .. i.-
A , , t t t '
,, wllnr( ,, , , , f
,,,, .,.,, . ,.,.,, ..' ,.,.- '
among tlio lateil arrivals wore taken ;
to Wnlatiia 011 the noun train, Tht)y
will take up wink on tho plantation ,
Hvervthlng U reported as movluK-."
(Continnrd on Pact 2 ) j
SIERRA IN EARLY
The following wireless has beon ro.
celved by thu agents from Ihu B, S.
Slcrra: "At Sea. May If, 1UI0. 8 11. in. 1517
mllea from lightship Moderate N. H.',,
winds. Smooth sea, Pini( clear
weaiuer, nar. au.aj. icmperuiuro 6.V,T
will bo off port early Friday morning.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-pfc Zii