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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1010. 10 PAOES.
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RUSSIANS WELL TREATED SA VS KERBURC3J
Mr. Irwin Will File Papers Next'
Week- No Radical
Claim Sprocket & Co., hankers, VIII
lo incorporated under tliu Iuwh of tlio
Territory or llawnll anil ho open'oil tip"
miilcr the now arrangement tlio nrt I
It was learned today that thlH Is one!
of the oliJetH of Mr. W. (1. Irwin's
trip to tlio city unit It Is prolinlilo Hint,
tlio incnriiorntlon papers will bo lUeil
diirliiK tlio coming week.
Hluco the ilenth of Claim Spreckcls
this bank hns been roiidiic-lcd uiuler
tlio private ownership of Mr. Irwin,
who bought Mr. Sprcckcls' Interest-
Library Building Is
Bought For $910.00
Site For The New Y. M. C. A. Sturc-
ture Will .Soon Ba Ready
At the noon hour auction today tliol
Honolulu Library DulldlnR which has
bon standing at the. maukn-Kwn, coiw
ner of llolrl nml Alakoa PtreetH for!
ninny years, whh sold for 910. Tho
brick hulldluK, which realized $730,
was purchased by GrorKC M. Yiininila,
for tho Ilawaflnn UallastlnK CompanV.i
while tho wooden annex adjoining it!
on the mauka side, wont to J, l.nndo,!
tho Hotel street merchant, for $180. I
STOCKS START UP,
AND SUGAR RISES
"JBrisk Dealing In Brewery
And Market Takes
Brisk business In Hrowcry stock, at
advanced. prices, and nil othur stocks
nmdo the stock list this fureuotm look
like, old limes.
Drewery wild yesterday nnd today
at 15.50 and tho demand appeared very
ntrong, the quotation cluslng nt 15.50
Large -nilea of Hutchinson and
I'aauhau on bids from San Kranclsco
were also n feature of the murket In
linear stocks that foiouhadoncd n firm
er tone and inoro actlvo market. It
Is upparcut Hint thu people on the
coast seeixccptlonally lilgli prices 'for
sugar coining', nml tho (lgurcn for
boets toiiehcd tho highest price for
tho year tills uioriiiug, In coyllnnallon
of their Judement.
Locally tho business In Ouliu tins
stalled In anew nt a reduced prleo,
good sized blocks selling at -14. A
bg block of Olan sold butweeu boards
at 5,25 ami evidently cleaned up tho
market If- the salo of flvo sshares at
5.50 on tho board amounts' to any
thing. One of tho Inrgo sales not rorted
on the board was sixty thousand dol
lars or Oaliu Hallway bonds nt $102.50.
Tho last proloim sale was 102.75,
qnjB-'Tor Salo" cards at Bulletin,.,
EKECTED FOR DECORATION DAY
HAWAIIAN IRON PENCE AND MONUMENT WORKS. Limited
' Phone 048 180 S. Kintr Street
Tho lucoiporatlon doesVint fnrcyhiid
ow any radical change In tlio manage
ment of the Institution ami huslnoaa
wll) go on JiMt tbo same iih iisiiiiI In
tho bank so far ns tlio deposits anil
bank clInntH nro cimeerneil. l
Mr. Spalding, cashier nml manager
of the bank, roiillrnied this morning
the report of tho prosiiertlva Ineurpor
ntlfin but stated that those Interested
In tho bank would prefer to muko an
nouncement of tho capitalization anil
Incorimrators and illiecliirH of tho In
stitution when tho Incorporation pa-,
pcrs nro filed.
Tho kuIo was rather qulet( there bo
Iiir very fow bidders present to enter
Into competition. Among thnao who
tried to buy tho entire building woro
contractors M. (loto, Suglhara, Oeo.
Yanrnda, Chins l.uni Aliln and J.
bocrctnry Paul Suer of tho Y. M.
G A. and Architect C. B. Illpley. who
returned recently from tho States,
wcio present to witness tho salo.
lie Is Now Here, But
Whllo laughingly admitting li la close
relationship to Colonel Theodore
lloosevolt, former President of tho
United States. Douglas Hoblnson, tho
well known business and club man
fioni Now York City positively but
politely declined, lo speak upon nny
topic biiideiliig upon thu real of ol
(ties tills morning.
Mrs. Douglas Hoblnson, who accom
panies her husband on their round tho
world tour, Is u sister of tho strenuous
ex-l'ienldcnt. Tho Hoblnsons have oc
cupied n piomliicnL and commanding
ixjsltlou In Gotham soclUy for a num
ber of years.
. Ttay arp returning to "Hod's Conn
liy" by (ho I'acltle Mnll stoamor Ko
rea, after a tour of tho world that be
gan last Decoinbor, when tho Hoblnson
p.uty sailed from Now York for Italy.
Since that tlmo thoy have visited a
large Bhuro of tho tourist centers of
attraction throughout thu Levant nml
Mr. Hoblnson is geniality itself. Ho
has been tho life of tho ship.
"I nm getting all that Is pnsslhlo out
of this trip," ho said llils morning, but
I am mighty glad tn got back to tho
country where lloats tho Stars ami
Stripes. Thu colors that greeted us
Continued on Paee 4.
WOOLLEY STUNT IN HAWAII
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Woolley's Advocates "Arc
Some, of, tlio names on tho prnhl
billon committee of one hundred
oiTiHi-fl many a' smile In Honolulu to
day, nnrithc list Is scanned with
It Is nunoiinccd that tho Prohibi
tionists will hold their (list regular
lampalgn mealing next Thursday
evening In thu rooms of tho Y. M.
C. A. anil the subcommittees then
named for tho londuct of tho cam
Thoso declared to compose tho
"Committee of 100" nro as follows:
Andrew Adams, A. C. Alexander, C.
II. Athetton, J. L. Awnl, John A. Dak
cr, C. W. Baldwin, V, D. Baldwin, C.
O. Hallcntyne. Krcd W. Uceltioy, n. F.
Bennett, C. O. Bockus, Chai.- A. Bou,
W. H. Brlnckcrhuff, J. F. Brown, V. A.
Bryan, Bernardo Camara, John Cas
sidy. Oeo'. P. Castle. W. II. Castlo. II.
W. Chamberlain. Byron O. Clark, J. I:
Cooke, Htchard A. Cooko, Chas. S.
Crane, Kll J, Crawford, Chas. Crozlcr,
J. B. Cummlngs, F, W. Damon, Oeo. P
lieniton, u. u, DicKcy, n. ! Dining.
ham, Harold O. Dillingham, Walter F.
Dillingham, S. I). Dole. Alfred Douse,
J. J, Dowllug, J, F. Durao, A. A. Ebcr-
solu, J, P. ICrilman, Abraham I'crnan
dez, J. II. Fisher, V. F. Fioar, J. H.
Gait. A. Gartley J, A. Oilman, James
Gregory, O. II. Gullck, Hnhano Oplo,
V. G. Hall, W. W. Hall. I). K. Harbot
tic, A. S. Hartwell, William Henry. P,
L. Ilorno, J. H. Imlhln, J, T. Jones,
P. C. Jones, Hlrum Kaaha. .1, K. Kaal
puaa. Kaaleleklal, D. K. Kaapu, J, 8.
Kahoohalahala, Jr., J. II. Kahopuwalkl
A. K, Kalama, J. K. Kalanlunaoln, David
Kalauokalanl, Hr J. II. S. Kulco. S. K.
Kawaloplll, Sam Kanahclc, S, M. Ka
nakanul, Janice Kanul John Kapall,
II. K. Kajiehi, C. G. Knwaluna, Sam
Kauka, C. IC. Kcaloha, 15. II, Kcolyn,
Joseph Kla. J. S. Klla. J. S. Kunl, l.
K. Uleo, K..K. Llllknlanl. W. N. Umo,
Ebcn P. Low, F. J, Iiwroy, James A.
Lyle, J. A. Magoon, A. S. Mahaulu
Jchn Mahuka, S. Mupu, A. J. Mawaa,
.1. M. McChesney, A. C. McKoover. F.
II, McStocker. T. J. Mellin, J. P. Men
rtlola, A. M. Merrill, W. V. Mossman.
Jr., Sam Nnlnon. Jr., J. K. Nakn,koo,
Hev, M, K. Nakulna, Simeon Nawaa
W. B. Olcson. M. C. Pachcno, Frank
Pallia, II. H. Parker, Antonio Perry.
James Poal, W. Koal, II. K. Poepoe.
P. M. Pond, W. T. Popo, J. A, Hath U
W. Ilenenr. Theodore Hlchards, P, W,
IlliUr, Joanulm O, Da Sllva, Robert
Scott, Doromus Scuddcr A. V. Boarcs,
O, P. Soares, Puul Super, u A. niurs-
ton, Felix II. Tranqniula, It. II, Trent.
Joshua D. Tucker, Peltclo Uml, Ji Vf,
Wadman John Watcrhoiiso. Davis
Watson. W. D. Wcstorvclt, William
White, W. L. Whltnoy, U-o 11, Wolf,
J. 0, Woollcy.
CONSUL THE MONKEY.
Ask your friends who o,w it last
n'ght at the Park Theater. The best
ever. Come early and avoid the rush.
Show starts at 0:30 p. m.
The Bulletin's Hllo correspond
ent fjlves a very Interesting and com
plete statement of the Prohibition csm
palgn as It standi on the Big Island
up to date. This will appear In
Tot the Motive ;
WOOLEY TO SPEAK
Prohibition Text Takes
Place of Religious
' During fhtvrfifcsprvanto of the ii-g-
ular rellgloiiff services to lie held to
morrow morning In Kuwiilahao
church, the llawallans will bn given
un opportunity of hearing tlio prnhl
bltlon piobtcm, which, Is probably
the most liiiorlilut subject today In
Tho plohlbltion text will bo
preach edt from the pulpit of thu most
historical church In tho Islands by
J.'G. Woolloy. leader ptt tho Prohibi
tion party. His sermon will tie In
terpreted Into Hawaiian by ono of
the party adherents.
The total ninount of sugar rhlpped
by tho Sugar Factors Company, Ltd ,
slnco December 1, 1909 Is 2(ii.Hl(i net
tons. Of this amount 201,400 -net tons
have reached tho markets. Tho bat
anco 45,000 net tons Is still afloat,
Of these net tons of sugsr, 143.200
tons havu been hhlpped by tho American-Hawaiian
Company, 18,700 tons
by Capu Horn sail, and the balance,
84,500 tons, for tho Pacific coast nur
ket. Tho estlnnted sugar shipments for
1910 nro 428.10.
Four drunks of different national
ities were run In latt night; this
morning threo of thorn ero fined In
amounts ranging from ) to $11 nml
tho fourth forfeited his ball of S3.
IN addition to writing
policies that cover
Loss or Damage by
Fire we have a special
policy that covers '
or damage tn the
ed ,by being in
any moving or
for damage to the
party of others
caused by collision.
TRUST CO., LTD.
K e rburg's
ST. PETERSDURG. May 21. Sue
cial Agent Kerburg. who was sent
to Hawaii by the Russian Govern
ment to'investigatc the condition of
the Russian immigrants recently ar
rived mere, has made his report to
the ofScials. Kerburt; states that the
charges of mistreatment of the im
migrants and of detention, bv those
who enlisted .them as emigrants to
Hawaii, ere entirely unfounded.
DOVER, EnR., May 21. Count dc
Lesseps made a successful flight
across the English Channel today in
a monoplane. He made, the ftVht
from Calais, France, to this placein
Y0NKERS. N. Y.. May 21. A
cargo of sugar was shipped from here
today to San Francisco, by the Inde
SAN FRANCISCO, Mny 21. Sug
ar: 08 degrees test; 4.27p. Previous
quotation, 4.24c, Sects : 88 analy
sis, 15s,; paritv 5.21o. Previous
quotation, 14s. 10l-2d.
CAPE TOWN. South Africa. May
21. General Botha, former leader
of the Beer forces, has been summon
ed to form a ministry to represent
United south Africa.
WAaiHWUlUn. U, U., ay 1,
. r...n.nT . a-
fent nnn x.cuaaor nave accepted tnc
plan proposed bv Secretary of State
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Knox for the settlement of their Honolulu drew but few tourists, tiuv
boundary dispute, m cabin passengers left tho vessel at
""" r this poit. '
QPATTVr'C! PTTTT "H I Unsslana continue hi' lead In tho
.JA-"11' - Ji.XlUU nm ,,f in,gYants for Ibiwall. Tho
" Korea brought 97 men, women nml
MADRID, Spain, May 21, Queen children. Following theso wero 29
Victoria of Spain gave birth to a Japanese, 21 Filipinos and 10 XJhln-
male child today, stillborn, o,
" I It was a matter of congrat,ulatlou
Chilli Do Ywon, a Koreilrt". Who waB fr ,m oniirantliw, nnd 'tmmlin-atlnn
down on tlio jKilleii court, calendar for
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him nnd left for Korea n WL-tk or so
For Bids Was Not
In a declilnil handed down llils
morning, tho Territorial Supreme
Court held that the contract entered
Into between the Board" of Supor-
visors of the City nml County of Ho-!
nolulii and Joseph Oilman Is u legal!
and iilld -Instrument uml Hint no
pmylslon of tho laws of tlio Terri
tory relating to thu advertising of
bids for public uork was loljtcd.
flic opinion of tlio Supreme Court Is
wrltlen by Chief Justlra Hartwell
Census Man Gets
Well Known Citizen
UK)n complaint of United States At-t
topie- flreckons a bench warrant was
Isrimd In tho Federal Court Uilfljuorn-!
imr n.r Airrn.i w. r-..ni.r .! i. win
bo wiralgncd probably on Monday,
.lin.im.l ...1(1. .Ii.li.lli.n af II... m..hd..u
.., t,t li ",ii, , i.'i.iiiuii ill iiiu II7IIBUI
act of July 2 1909,
On April 25 Carter refused to an-
swor ono of tlio questions of CCnsui
Knumerutfir W. .1. (lallnghrr in regard
to tho teniiro of his, home, and It Is
fill Ihltt rnfllunl Hull In, will lin lirniti-ht
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Into tho Federal court,
Dr. Victor Clark, In chnrgo of the
census orK in tho Territory stated
this morning that tho caso against
Pnrfnr urna hrnuithf na n tout i-nnn til
flnd out Just tho standing of tho law In
tho matter (it n rerusnl of n person to
nnswer tlio enumerator.
Tho act of Congress approved July
i, vwj, prcsrnoes peuiiiiivs ranging
from $100 to (10,000 and Imprisonment
ror ono year for thoso wlm refusu or
wilfully neglect to answer questions
put to them uy uio cniimnraiors.
RUSSIANS HERE BY
Distinguished Britons Are
There was some class nnd distinc
tion tn tho cabin passenger!) traveling
from thn Orient to thu occUe'nt by
the l'aclflc ,Mall liner Korea, which
vessel arrived at Honolulu this morn-
' Mi.vnrnl IlrlliinK nrnniliirnl In iirmv
and civil llfu In tho Fur Knst mo re,
turning to Kngland by tho vessel.
ratHs Hint tho 113 Hindoos woro
Kolng throi.gli to San Francisco,
Tho Korea met with fUio weather
"P her trip. She left Hongkong nml
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The Siipicme Court hoMn tlint
since (here was no competition. Oil
man beliiir the koIo rrnrcscntatlvo ofv
the (iiiupauy rmitiollliif; I hi) patented
pio rss ineil In I1 tn II title pavlngtT
that It was not neccFsary to call fori
bids, the company represented, by3
Ullnian being tlie only olio mat con mi
provide I ho kind of paving npprovouj
by the Hoard of supervisors. -r
Tho decision of llir Supreme Coirrt M
,ln its entirety Is lis follows:
(Continued on Pare 2)
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Must Answer In'
Refusal To ;a
Sections 23 and 21 of this act nro'
jn j,jrt Hg follows '
..K. in,.-( ,', .,,, ,, (h ,,,
firc- - itH It shall be the duty
"f nl1 persons over twonty-oue -jroanj
nf O Mi lll.nn w.n..nH...l J... 1. nt . l'
'. h ., iivii ii;iiii;oii:u 11 lliu Uli VClOrif,;
of tho Census or by any BupervlKor.'y
tiniinierator. or special agent, or other C
employee of the Ccusua Office, nctlne w
under thu liutructluna of the said RW,j
lector, lu nnawcj- corrccjly, tb lioi
lionf lif fliflr lillil-a.l0ilfn all Mi.nalln.ia il
'on tho census schedules applying to''
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IheiiiBeUea and to tho family to which fifj
iney ueiong or are related, nod to tup,
farm or farms of which theKof their
fmtlltlpa nm th.. nrriinmita, kt.a n
person oicr twenty-one )cars ot.age'j
wno. under tlio connlliotis lierclnucroru
stated, shall refuse or willfully nee-
lect to answer ony of theso questions
or snail wiiiiuny give answers mat
aro false, thull bo guilty of a mlfcdu-
mciiuor, and upon coriVlctlon thortot
shall bo Ilnc4 not exceeding ono hun- '
urea dollars." p ..
SUGAR LAND BOUGHT
The Honokaa Ougar Company today'
bought the lease on 930 acres of
land at Knao-Panlcn, Hawaii,,, for Uio
upset rental on the property. 13.S10.
The anlo of tho land was mado by
iiiiciioii ui uio lroui uv'r tn iiiu enpw
tot nt noon by tho Department of Pub
lic Works and the only bidder was
thp company above named, " , ,
F A- Kch aerer us soon as tho auti
tiou was oncn bid tho unset rental'
nnd n thoro wero po other hldd' h)f
was so knnrki'il down to tho Uunqki
Sus-r Corutmny for Hint price.
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The following wlrele.ia mesoago html
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UPell leCCUC'l Uy ItlC OEMItS rttim tllO.
"At Hen. May 20. 1910. 8 n. m. S. SJiiml
Sierra SH0 mllco from llonolulti.'jB
l ino r.ienr weuuier, lignt north brceM ;1
uml smooth " f$
Carl On Tal wll) bo In Uie Federal
Court for boutence on Monday morn!
Ing next nt nluo-thlrty. "
Ho was to have, recctvod sentoueayW
this morning nt tho uamo hour, "'"Mi
Ilia I-UMIIO' 1, H1HKUUU, 1TIW UUL UU1B
to bo present, being out of tbo c)y.2
Attorney veavr. ou behalf of ,;
goon, requested the court to postpona
seiitonce until Monday,
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