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10 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, MAY 10, 10. 10 PAGES.
FRIGS I GZXTS
, - :
Him, Replies Holt
Why He Can't Tell How News
Came From The Grand
That to nm-wer lln uneillons of.tha
Court would conuol him to bo n wit
ness against hlmMr In n crlinln.il
case cotitrary In the Klfth Amendment
to tho Constitution, ntnl becuuse to
answer tho question might tend to In
criminate him cither In rospect to tli-
charge opcnibezzlement nun pending
or In respect to a charge of being a
principal or accessory to the dlsclos
uro of a Qrantf Jury secret, or both,
ore Riven a Brcnsons by James I. Holt
why he shnuM not be punished fur
contempt of court.
Thn full answer to the citation waa
filed this morning nml Id as follown;
Ilrst: Hccause It nppeuni from said
presentment and from iho record, fllei
nnd proceedings of his court In thu,
case of the Territory vs James I..
Out Two Lives
Young Chinese Janitor Kills Discarded
Paramour And Ends His Own
Vowing vengeance uxn tho man
who hn declined had robbed him of
tho ciffcctlons of hlBlHwccthonrt, Yap
lieu, n oung Chinese, tho Janitor of
the Hank of Huh all. visited tho apart
ments of Mis. Aho Ahsul a Hawaiian
Chinese woman, at a tenement locat
ed on upper I'ort streft nboo Vino
yard street, shortly before 3 o'clock
this morning, and finding a jounn
ChlupKO named Ooo Yuen on tho prem
ises, drew n forty-five calibre gun, In
stnntly shot and killed thu woman,
then fliod two shots nt Ooo Yuen, who
escaped with slight Injuries, nnd then
tinned the weapon upon himself,
find one shot which took effect and
caused his death within ten minutes I
Tho bodies of Yap Hen and thn
woman aro at tho city and county I
I 'orguo awnltlng tho Inquest to be held
L) Coroner Charlea Uoso at 7:30 flits
Goo Yuen, who received two bil
1 PLEAD JJR DAVID
Despite a Beating She
"Dinah". Is an exceedingly comely
Hawaiian lady, oung In jcars and nr
rajed In attractive, garb,
David Kahulbwal, is a jou'h who
has aspirations towards oecnnliu, n
merchant prime and vvhea ho has
not been at work making himself
familiar with thu i-imlflcntluim of tin
retail meat and provision business, lit
Is alleged to have put In i oi sMeraluc
sr.'ro time In beating ii,j the rathor
prepossessing lady who for (ho past
eight months has been his sweetheart
(Continued on Pace 4)
EIIECTED FOR DECORATION DAY
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENT WORKS. Limited
Phone 048 180 S. Kintr Street
Holt (referred to In said presentment)
Including thn testimony tik'eii nt t tut
hc-irlng of the motion to quash said In
dictment mid the affidavits on file In
said enso all of which nre hereby Bps
clflcally reerred to nnd made a part
of this nwtlon, that, nt the tln IhU
respondent mado and filed the amdn
vlt, mentioned In snld presentment,
the Indictment In Dili) caso had been
duly filed in this court nnd had 1 en
published, nnd this respondent haj
been nnalgncd nnd bold to ball there
under, nnd that the matters and thlngi
ret forth In said affidavit aro not cog
nlzablu by slid Grand Jury and aro
not n subject of Investigation or In'
qulry by It.
Second: Hccause, assuming' that n
(Continued on Pae
let wounds, one on tho breast and n
second In the nhdnmen, Is lying at
Queen's Hospital with n fair chanco
The Qreen-Eyed Monster
Jealousy Is ascribed as tho causa of
tl-j crlmo which Iii.h resulted In the
death of two youns leop!o. Thu doa !
woman was the din reed wife of a
Chlnesu nairnd AIimiI, Ala left hor
nlout nix 11101: ilif r.f,o and it turned to
his home at Amoy, China, since that
tlmo tho woman is said to have taken
up with nung Yup Hen, who had been
connected with thu Hank or Hawaii
In tho capacity of Janitor. It appears
haw over thnt the Illicit alliance was
far fiom a pleasant one. Yap lino
and tho woman aro said to havo par
ticipated In frequent quarrels. Tho
compact was short lived and Mrs. Ah
sul secured employment at ono of tho
Icecream and refreshment parlors
(Continued on Page 2)
Those Who Have Not
. Been Counted Should
All those persons who have not
been seen by the census enunira.
tors nre requested tn tall at thu of
fice of the consul director, In tho
ICapltol, or to notify that oineo In
.some way, to 'that all residents of
the city may be counted before thu
I work closes,
I In speaking of tho status ot tho
enumeration this morning. Dliector
Clark bald that It waa most Import
'ant that over) one should be enroll
(Continued on Pace 21 '
.....wfe:- v-Jitaii-MtirriTiwriiiiffiirii iniii!.'. Inmm-,
OF -BIG LEAGUES
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10.
The scores in the play of the big
leagues today are:
American Boston 11, Detroit 4:
Philadelphia 6, Chicaeo 1: Washing
ton 3, Cleveland 1 ; New York 5, St.
National Fittsbunr 7. Philadel
uhia 4; St. Louis 4, New York 2;
Ct'caeo 4, Boston 3; Cincinnati 3,
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10.
Stenographer Kerby, of Secretary
Ballinrrer's office, was dismissed to.
I day. t was on his affidavit that the
latest controversy over the Presi.
dents letter aros and the Secre
tary of the Interior, in his letter of
dismissal, denounced Kerby in meas
ured and scathing language,
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10. Tex
Ricjkard has been appointed to ref
eree the Jeffries-Johnson fight on
July 4, , i
Thero was an agreement thnt,
should the principals not agree on
n referee, the promoters could ap
point. The principals have come to
a deadlock, as was expected, and the
promoters of the fight have taken
advantage oinhe agreement and ap
pointed Iltckard referee. i
.(Soecial Bulletin Cable.) I
SAN FRANCISCO, May 16. The
State Circuit Court of Appeals has
sustained the conviction of Jones for
his part in the Oregon land frauds.
United States Senator Mitchell and
LONDON, May 10. Col. Roose
velt, who comes to London with cre
dentials as special ambassador to at
tend the funeral of the late King,
was formally received by Kintr
George today. Accompanied by the
King, he viewed the remains of Ed
WASHINGTON, D. 0., May 16.
The administration scored, a victory
over the Senate insurgents todav.
when the Senate voted down the mo
ition 'to eliminate the Commerce'
j Court from the -railro-i! bill. This
provision has been the special ob
ject of attack by the insurgents, and
although it nassed the House, they
expected to defeat it in the Senate.
AMOY. China. May 10. Official
announcement was made today that
bubonio plague is epidemic in this
Savo your regrets of jesterday until
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1 Get iTheir
.Homesteaders' 'whose crops were
wiped out by the breaking of the
crater dam of tfie Palolo Land and
Improvement Company will get the
damages awarded them in the trial
The Supreme Court handed down
a decision this forenoon, in the case
of Loika Hau Versus the land com
pany, in which the finding for dam
ages in the lower court is confirmed.
The svllabus of the decision fol
IN THE Sl'I'llBMU COUUT OP TIIK
TKitlUTORY OK HAWAII.
OCTOI1ER Ti:iM. 1909.
I.OIKA IIAU v. PALOLO LAND AND
IMl'ItOVEMKNT C O M l A N Y,
LIMITED. A COrtl'OItATION.
(Continued on Patre 2)
' ARE' COMING IN
r WITH" RUSH
May 12th Was Banner
Day With Receipts Of
Eighty-seven thousand two hun
dred seven dollars and flfty-flve
cents was the largest amount of tax
collections received by Collector Wil
der this month, this amount being
paid In ou May 12.
For the past week tho tax ofll:o
has been more than busy In recelv
I hi: the mono) nouied In over the
counters to p.i' t)e taxes due during
the first half jear, and today Is the
last day of grare that the money
can be paid without penalties at
taching for de lnquency.
Chinese and Japo'iiese going to one
window, Hnwallans to another nml
whites to still a third, has been the
way ot handling the rush, Krom'
the commencement of last week tho
tax office has been thronged, and
tho lines before each window have
had from six ton dozen persons wait
ing to shove their coin over the
Up to Saturday night the collec
tions from all sources had amounted
(Contiuued on Page 4)
IN addition to writing
policies that cover
Loss or Damage by
Fire we have a special
policy that covers
or damage to the
ed by being in
any moving or
for damage to the
perty of others
caused by collision.
TRUST CO., LTD.
(Special Bulletin Cable.) i
BAKERSFIELD, Cal., May 16.
The Spreckels oil refinery was burn
ed here today. The loss is estimated
at 9 250,000.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 16.
Guilty, with the recommendation
that the defendant be sentenced .to
This is the verdict of the jury in
the case of Dr. Hyde, charged with
having poisoned his father-in-law.
Millionaire Swope, and other mem
bers of .the familv.
The jury returned its verdict this
moraine, after having been out since
the twelfth of the month. Under the
verdiot, Dr. H-de will ' escaoe the
death penalty and the long deliber
ation of the jurv indicates that the
doubt of his guilt was sufficiently
strong to prevent taking a chance
with the extreme penalty for mur
derers. BARTON IS
' (Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 16.
Captain Barton has been appointed
engineer in chief of the United
JUNEAU, Alaska, May 16. The
whaler Sorenson was completely
wrecked by a whale that the mem
bers of the crew had wounded. The
whale charged on the ship and the
members of the crew were glad to
escajie with their lives.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 16.
No change will be made in the date
of the Inauguration of the Presi
dent. The bill was defeated in the
House of Reoresentatives today.
ST. THOMAS IS
, ST. THOMAS, Danish West In
dies, May 16. Earthquake shocks
were experienced here today, but no
serious damage is reported.
Storks held to their usual down
ward ourso on the Btock Exchange
this morning with the exception of
Walalua, that Is now held at 13S, thn
last sale was 137. j
oaliu sold at si.'M, iionoxaa at zu
and Olna at S375. One hundred sharex
of Illlo common sold at 17 between
boards, Hawaiian Commercial at 41.21
and Kekalia nt 2U0.
Tho market Is far from active and
since taxes will bu paid today, some
new oxciirp will havo to be Invented
in accounting for Die reign of low
prices when conditions on tho planta
tions Justify high pUces.
A Jnpanoso, named Koln.i Hub:ii was
brni.iht In from Wali-eli'l this lifter
if'U hv the police, lie Is charged
ciluilnally assaulttiu n Japanosn wo
nun of tlul town Ills bill tins Veil
set at 1250O,
JS)BULUETIN AD3 PAY-
Dr. Hyde s
Meyer Wants No
Manager Of Waianae Plantation
Says Present Law
"What do 1 think of Prohibition!
Well, I nm not n bclleer In Prohi
bition; at least, not the kind that
Mr. Woofley Is trjlng to foist auto
these Islands." unlit Mnnner Mpier'
of Waianae plantation, when Inter-j
vieweu )csterdny by a representative
of the II II 1 1 e 1 1 n. 1
Continuing. Mr. Mejer said: "Ha
waii has had several near Imposi
tions, but they nave been warded
off, but this new Prohibition scheme
Is certainly the limit.
"While I am opposed to the abuse
of liquor and admit that the trafllc
should be brought under a better
system of control than It Is at pres
Increased By $1,000,000-Bond
Issue Same Amount' , :
There was a meeting of the stock
holder of the Illlo llallrojd Co.,
Ltd., this mornng nt tho offices ot
the company, and it was decided to
ratify the agreement with Davleg &
Co. for the purchuse of bonds to the
amount of l,O00,Q00. It was also
decided to close with the carrying
contracts that hae been made bo
tween the Iiupahoehoe Sugar Co ,
Kalwlkl Sugar Co, and the Hamaktia
The directors alto authorized the
Increase of the capital ot the Illlo
Itallroad Co. by 11,000,000, so ns to
keep up with the- bond Issue, and
the present authorized capital of the
company, which Is now 13, ICO, 000.
The extension to Paullo will be
pushed ahead at once, and as soon
as sunejors can be obtained, the
Interesting Colored Slides
' Of Comet Will Be .
j Professor Kltcrman, who hus been
here for tho past two wcoka making
photographs of thotomct, baa kindly
eonsented to deliver n lecture on "Ite
ccnt Acquisitions to Our Knowledge
of the Bun," at tho McKlnlcy 'lllga
School on Tuesday, May 17th, at S
p. in. The lecture will bo Illustrated
by lantern slides that he has mado.
Mr. Kllerman Is connected with tho
Mt. Wilson Solnr Observatory and for,
a mimber of years past has made ex
tcnslvo studies of the sun. '
l As many people aro Interested In
thn visitation of llalley's comet. Mr.
KllfTiuan will show a number or slides
of this visitor nt tho conclusion of his
lecture on the sun. Admission to tills
lecture will be frco and the public Is
cordially Invited to attend.
Chief McDufflo took a hand In the
last act of a sovencome-'levcii hiincli
hcBterday, Ho won.
ent, 1 nm moit emphatically agalnstSj
any such regulntlou as Prohibition- 1
Ists would place on us. lt'Un't
right on the fnce of It. It doesn't
seem to be fair to all hands.
"It seems to mo that the com-
Ing plebiscite Is n needless nnd .
useless expense. 1 think that
with n proper set of comms- -sloners
and an observance oftlie
present liquor law, both by tho liq
uor dealers nnd thoso who are paid
to enforce the law, tho whole situa
tion could be adjusted to the satis
faction of even Mr. Woolley.
"Prohibition will not prohibit, and
Continued on Pace '4. t
work of laving out tho lino 'of thej
'new track will be gone on wlth.v ml
.""i ")ui. iweiuy miles or trackl
will be laid from Hakalau to Pniiji
llo, nnd the further extension nr thlav
railroad to Paauliau will be consia7
llonokaa and Kukuihaelo havalj
,1.. fi . . . mJ:
...en uu riiiimau sjsicms, as hint'
Paauliau, nnd If the Illlo It. It. Co.j
goes to Paauliau It will be possible.:
to get right through from Hllo7o
near Walplo. The Paauliau, Honc.
aaa ami itukulhaelu Bystom Is uar-v
row gauge, while the Illlo railroad
company's is standard. J pi
Twenty-nine ner cent, nt th n-$
capital will be Issued as a stock dlv-,j
mend to the present stockholder.
The balance will be used at the dis
cretion of the directors. ,
GRACE IS TO J
Says Henry Capture
W Paar fHIW .
II ill vIvQI UIIIC1
Wo nro colnir'tn i-ntr-i, nn ....i.iri
Bhtrlff Henry this morning, "but I nmlB
shall have him again In our clutches, !
i no uniieu aiatPi Is. not going to .
in a inuruerer escnpe." continued tho
Sheriff "nnd If ht iant i.-.. ., ,i.,
Islands wo shali go to other parts of
tltfl Unplil fAH f.l. r j
Asked If the reward would bo furt
uicr uiciuiiHeii n-om juo. tho ngurnri
It now stands nt the Sheriff stated that
this amount wsb sufficient and that f
no Loiiiii uu uruugiu in or liuormauon,
BS to Ills Wherenllnllto trnlnml l.i- thai
umbt money, tho hundred dollars wua
ft-t irrwiil nu n ltlliA s,A.. . JT
aueraeU to bo the opinion of tho BiW;
i inui u inert' wero any jutiasos A
aroone the friends of tho murderer-
mm hvo uuuarea trouia cause tuera
to Inform, If an) thing would.
There ! nomethlnK strungo about
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