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Manuka December U
Bulletin ndvcrtitini: always
payi, always will pay alwnyi will
bring results if you back it upwith
M"""u - 3:30 EDITION
Xmas ads create Xmas wants that Xmas stocks can fill
ESTABLISHED 1882.' NO.
TERRITORY MAY REPAY QUEEN LILIUOKALANf
ELECTION CONTESfT IS NOT SETTLED!
Plan To Settle
Legislature May' Give Lump
bum It Plea To Congress
I'liiiR nro nn root for n (settlement
or Queen I.llluoknlnnl's long-standing
claims, ulil ft lmo been pre
sented to Congress sesslun after ses
sion. It Ik now proposed that tlio
Territorial Legislature at its coming t
session Klinll appropriate n lump sum
to bo Riven the queen, In rotum for
which her claims upon the Keilcrnl
government shnll bo relinquished
permanent!) and she will not again
press them before Congress.
A bill emhoihing this Idea III
undoubtedly he pregontod nt tho next)
session of tho Legislature. It w ns
discussed at a meeting of the Repub
lican Territorial central committee
last Monday afternoon.
Chairman A. L. C Atkinson of tho
committed resigned, mid Secretary A.
n. cooper was cnosen to succeed him
In presenting his resignation, Mr,) ej , considered the mutter of a legls
Atklnson discussed matters pt public lutlve steering committee,, and Mr.
Inteiest ifor tho tepubllnin iartyl Atkinson urged prompt action In this
leaders to attend to before nnd dur-j matter.' He'blso de'cliired that tho
tug tho next Legislature, nnd the rules or the Republican party should
Queen's claim Is Riven ns ono of the be brought up to dntc, stating that
most Important. I ruleR that will do for Oahu will hot
It Is proposed that tho lump sum do for the other Islands. It Is nrob
lie Inrpo enough to reimburse tho able that tho Republican lenders
Queen for her long and unsuessful 'from tho Islands will be called to
efforts nt Washington, ns well aB to pettier to revise the rules.
JAPANESE MERCHANTS TALK
OF SWINGING BUSINESS TO
1 PACIFIC MAIL S. S. BOATS
A plnn to swing their great fi eight
business almost entirely to tlio Pu
i Hie Mall steamship company Is now
on foot aiming local Japanese mer
chants nnd will bo dellnltely settled
toward tho first of tho new ear
This plnn, which becnine public
several Hays ago. Is contingent on
tlio action or the Toyo Klscn Kalsha,
There, is a well-nuthentlcnted report
that tho Japaneso lino Is going to
niiiko a big cut In freight rates be
tween thu Orient nnd Honolulu, nnd
it tins is unno the Japanese may con
tlnua to .patronize It. However, tin
less tho frnlgtit-cuttlng sturts, they
nro considering giving orders to their
ngents In Japan to ship all freight
hero by tho Amoilcan line. Mem
bers of tho Japanese Merchants' As
sociation have taken the mutter up
Local Japanese merchants say that
they are not satisfied with tlio way
their goods mo handled by the Jap
anese line Tho reported Intention
of tho T. K. K. management to replace
tho vvhlto pursers wltli Japaneso Is
another reason. Strango to say, tho
FORT ST. SUIT.
v NEARLY READY
Condemnation Papers Are Ex
pected to Be Ready
Pnpors for tho condemnation by tho
United Slnles Government of all tho
Port shoot business property aio ox
lclcd to bo filed Prliluy, tho ncccs
saiy documents In tlto niiidcinnnlloii
Hull now ne.iilug completion in tho
olllco of United Statos District Attor
In accordance with tho Instructions
f i om Wnshtugloii and tho usual pro
cediuo In such ca(os, no tlmn will bo
(Conlinued on Page 4.)
pay nfr n mortgage on her pmilrty.
There Is nu 'intimation that If this
is done, the Queen's beach propeity
may ultimately become Territorial
property, to be used as a public park.
Mr. Atkinson outlined briefly and
forcibly ii number of things to be
taken up by the Republican party In
rrrrjlng out tlio provisions of the
pliitfoliii. Among these Is tho dec
laration for the law to secure per
manent school revenues through
taxes, and for Pcdernl school appro
prlatlons: development of the fleht
'ngiilnst leprosy and tuberculosis, enro
of dlsclinrgcd lepers, new wharves
and landings, county record offices,
and other lesser matters. He laid
strong emphasis on tho necessity for
adequate lncomo for school support.
l lie executive committee hns not
Japaneso merchants prefer to deal
with white pursers.
It Is nrlllpllniHv liifntien rtf Ilia
rough handling of freight, together
wiiu ureiiKuge nnd other troubles, thnt
tho Japanese horo are somewhat
doubtful about shipping their goods
nil tlin .Tiili.iiinun llnnr.
Cheap freight rates do not Impress
uieiu uiucii, unless mo cargo Is band
ied with care and caution. This, they
claim, tlio Pacific Mall liners have
linnn ttrtrnd fte
I In speaking of tho advisability of
patronizing uie Japanese liners more
extensively In tho beginning of the
new j ear, W. Motoshlgo, president of
tho Japanese Merchants' Association,
"The appointment of n, Jnpanese
purser on the Tenyo Mnru, as re
I ported In tho newspapers, is, In my
1 opinion, ruthor Inndvisablo, so fur us
ftho passenger trndo Is concorned. It
is more proper nnd reasonable to ap
point n Japaneso purser us nn assist
ant to u white pursor. Jlut to up
point u Jupaneso purser in plnco of
(Continued on Parje 4.)
BE TORN UP
Rotten Water Pipes Are
Menace to a Good
Port sticet may bo paved with a
patented process of bltullthlc, but It
will have to bo torn up within two'
cnrs Is tho prediction that was'
forthcoming nt the meeting of tho
city fathers last evening. I
Supoi visor Logan broached tho
matter In his pi cremation of tho
condition of thu w liter mains that
Continued on Pace 4.
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1910. 10 PAGES.
TWO REPORTS MADE ON BALLINGER
a a it a 4i ,.
MINORITY FACTION CONDEMNS HI
Majority Vindicates Deeds
of Official Under
(Amclntcd Prrs fable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7.
The findings of tho Congressional
committee named to Investigate the
chnrges ngnlnst Rlchnrd A. llallln
Rer, Hecretary of tho Interior, were
presented to Congress here today. As
was expected, two reports were sub
mitted by the two factions on tho
committee. The majority report Is
signed by the members favoring the
secretary. It vindicates him com
pletely and brands as false tho
charges of frnud on his part In con
nection with tho Cunningham coat
claims In Alaska, as well ns refuting
tho general charges of maladminis
tration In his orrtce. It says thnt tlio
facts show that Ilalllngor acted hon
estly and faithfully In 'performing
the duties of his high ofllce, with nn
eyo single to the public Interests.
The minority report Is tho ono
which was given out nnd published
RIVERS AND HARBORS
f AkxocI itrd l'resM Glide )
WASHINOTO.N', D. C, Dec. 7.
President Taft welcomed the dele
gates to tho national Rivers and Har
bors Congress here today.
DAK0TAS SHOW BIG
tfM.Lit Hill let In CAMp.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7.
The census bureau today announced
At- ... . .. . . ..
the population of two States as fol
North Dakota, 577,0.10, Increase
eighty nnd eight-tenths per cent.:
South Dakota, 503,099: Increase
seventy-four nnd seven.tcuths per
'TWAS A LEMON
Supervisor "Jim" Qulnti was n much
grloved city father last evening nnd
ho waxed right eloquent In his de
nouncement of tho management of tho
circus that Is holding forth at Aal.i
Park because tho aggregation did not
Include specimens of flerconnd un
tamed beasts fiom African lunglcs In
tho collection brought to Honolulu to
enter to the amusement loving public.
When a delegation of soda-qp ped
dlers appealed to Supervisor Qulnn
to bo permitted to pernio tho laudlble
vocation of suppbing tho thirst rid
den with tho Irrldesccnt and uiifcrm
ontod hoverago which sometimes sat
isfies but does not Inebriate, thoy ap-
peiied io BMnpntlictlc ears.
Qulnn declared that ho was soro.
Ho told his fellow colloagues nt tho
meeting of tho Iloird of Suiiervlsors
Inst ovenlng that tho circus manage
ment had broken faith wllli tho peo
ple. "I nm In favor of making tho cir
cus vacate tho city squaro," dcclnlcl
tho Supervisor. "That park Is worth
ut least n thousand dollars to the
nianngeinent and they nro paving
nothing for tho privilege. When Iho
ngent camo to mo nnd asked permis
sion, I was given to understand that
they would bilng down a regulation
circus Including horses and wild mil
nulls. Here, I And that they nro pre
senting a-vamlevlllo and acrobatic
"I wanted In seo (he roaring Hon.
the striped zchrn and tho long necked
glrnffq In captivity A sight of theso
dwellers of tho Jungle fastness would
have nwnkeiiod memories of my boy
hood da)s spent back In tho Doai
Old Stnto of low a I think thnt we
havo been handed n largo selection
of oty sour fruit In Iho matter of
granting tho circus the. uso of our
park." Qulnn close by slating that
ho honed that tho circus would ro-
celvo orders to iiiovu to another locn-.
mil .. Va
1 WmW I
m WMd&&$ I
sevornl months ago It condemns tho
sccretnry In no unmeasured terms.
The two reports wcro expected and
It has been understood for some time
that the mnjorltv renort would vln.
dlcnto tho secretnrj.
ON THE PHELPS
After a jago of 124 days around
tho Horn, in the course of which two
sailors wero badl hurt, tho ship Pr.
klne SI Phelps arrived In port shortls
after noon todn), with a carRO of 4C00
tons of coal for tho navy yard
' Tl.n I.. .. ..,! ., .
I lie two sailors Injured nro Eric
Lilcksou and Rudolph Carlson. Krlck
son fell fiom the royal Jop Into the
forotop nnd from there to the deck,
n distance of more than 100 feet and
was badly bioken nnd bruised. Carl
son was hurt In tho calf of the leg
with a spike, lloth men were sent to
the hospital for treatment on nnlval
Captain Curtis Is In command of
tho ship, replacing Cupt. Oraham, who
Is well known hero.
n'tt u :t :::::: tt rt :::: t:
Thcro bus been a change In the
sentiment with tho dawn of another
day. Manager Do Leon representing
tho Great American Show stated this
morning that he had easily eliminated
tho difficulty with the soda water ped
dlers Ho emphatically stated that
ho had not given ordors which caus
ed tho ovucuatlou of the venders
from the park limits.
"i nave no onjecuon to nrty or a
bundled refreshment peddlers from
frequenting tho park and doing bust
ness there, It Is clly property and
they can remain thoro for all I care,1
said Do 1-txm
The circus peoplo have hnvyovor
let the contract for soiling soft
drinks within their tent to a local es
tablishment. Major Peru and Chairman Qulnn
of the road board wero seen this
morning mid snld that as the circus
management had taken stops to rem
edy the difficulty experienced by resi
dent or citizen soda water doulors,
no further n'tlou would bo takon to
wards demanding tho removal of tho
circus from cllj property.
When tho application for permit to
use Aula Park camo up heforo tho
Hoard, Qulnn was one of thu nctlvo
supporters of the proKisltlon. The
Hoard with but ono dissenting yoto
gavo the circus tho privilege, of set
ting lip its tents nnd maintaining u
show for a mouth, provided a sultublo
bond was put up to Insure tho prem
ises being placed In good condition
following lis departure.
The Suiiervlsors say thoy havo en
countered tho strenuous opposition of
the moving plctuio proprietors. Tho
claim is made Unit the several thea
tres now doing business hero are ro-
quired to pay a license mid uio opcr
nteil by residents Tho 'circus is
charged hut a dollar n day and the
rovonuo will In tho main leuvo tho
At any rate the circus Is still doing
business at the old stand, whllo Joy
once moio mantles the countenances
of tho grand aimy of voudeis of pink
$1,500 DRAFT IS
FOUND IN. HAIR
Devcloiimenls continue In the Jue
Yuen Mow caset this time It being
the Uniting of a 'draft for-JlGOO hid.
den In the hair of tho Chinese wo
man who came to the Territory w'lth
the absconding Chinese from San
The draft wag found In n small
nickel bank that was held fast in the
folds of the woman's hair nnd the
draft nnd the bank are now In tho
hands or the United States authori
ties. Tho woman declares that the
money Is hers, and since she la ac
cused by the San Francis o pollre of
the embezzlement qf a comparatively
small amount and some Jewelry, the
local authorities are Inclined to think
thnt the money is her own.
Tho woman is beliiR given further
henrlng In connection with her de
portation, before tho U. 8. Commis
sioner this afternoon.
ENGLISH ELECTIONS GO
FOR THE GOVERNMENT
(AKHocliltPtl I'remt Cable.)
I.ONDON, Dec. 7. In the general
elections so far, tho government has
secured 197 seats and the opposition
f AnnwlntM Pros Gible )
WASIilN'nTnv n n iw. r
The slatuo of llaron Steuben was to
day unveiled by Helen Tnft, dough
ter of tho President.
Curtis Bill On List Made
Up For Congressional
According Jo an article In the Lit
erary Digest lopled from the Morn.
Ing Star (lloston), Hawaii has still
to fight Its enemies In Congress who
would saddle tho people of this Ter
ritory with something they don't
want, namely, tho Curtis prohibition
The Llterar) Digest of November
2G contulns un article entitled "To
Make Congress Restrict Evils" that
would not be of any particular In
terest locally If It did not brine out
the fact that tho "reformers" are
still at work on Hawaii.
The article follows: The mllen
nlum Is not to bo looked upon as the
dream of poeU, hut as "a practical
condition of human life,'1 says tho
Morning Star (IlosEon); nnd the
sooner wo porform our duty, the
sooner It will be hero. We cun do
one duty In this line, It thinks, by
aiding ho International Reform llu-
renu in culling the attention of cit
izens to cortnln moral measures now
pending In Congress. An appoal for
holp In spurring Congress to pass
these measures has been Issued, sign
ed by former United States Senator
Henry W. Illnlr, now president of the
International Reform Ilureau. The
following bills, we are told, are now
1. The Miller Curtis Illll, to re
move tho Federal shield of 'Interstate
commerce' from 'original packages'
Imported Into 'dry' territory by un
licensed liquor dealers.
(Continued on Pace 2)
Dr. St D. O Waltors has purchas
ed a gold mlno In Nevada for a com
pnny In which locnl capltnl figures
higely, according n recent report In
a Nevada newspaper.
Tho transport lluffnlo will leave at
ilnvbronk tomorrow morning, carry
lg mall for tho Coast.
New Petition To
Papers In Second Election Con!
test Will Be Filed This
AfrtrfliaM AliVAllikH AAtt4A m i..
fli";' ;".,.".. .V'i'. "I0"
"- " ivuitujuiiau iiciin'umi
today not n new case, but Attornej
,,IKB "a,,s ueciarea lnlB cr.
neon thnt the papers In the contest
would b ready for filing nt 1 ,A lock.
The contest for the mayoralty un-
der the new petition will ho based
"" "" '" Biiiiuiiiuin oi iucu mm
was contained In the original peti-
Hon, the demurrer to which by the
Democratic attorney, for Mn)or Pern,
was sustained In a decision handed
Davis states that the new contest
petition will cover all of the faults
that the Territorial Supreme Court
iuunu y, un mo lr8l cnori aim win
KEEFE VISITS SETTLEMENT
. OF RUSSIANS AT IWILEI
ON INVESTIGATING FORM
Commlssloner-Goneral Keofe Is
conductlns n line of investlRatlon
Into Russian Immigration that may
be the Impetus of a change In the
Immigration law's Insofar as they uf.
feet Iliwnll. In, pursuance of this
line, he went to the Russian settlo.
ment at Iwilel this morning, with
Dr. Victor 8. Clark of tho Territorial
board of Immigration. Thoy spent
practically all morning at tho settle
ment. The, fat that n number of Russian
laborers and their families left this
morning for the mninland on the
Mlhelmlmi brought forcibly before
the commissioner-general the further
fact that the Russians, who might
find some difficulty In entering tho
States direct, can come to Hawaii to
work for the planters, stay here a
short time and then, possessed of
Case of Driver and McQuaid
Before Grand Jury
Tho Territorial Oraml Jury will no
In session tomorrow morning and Is
expected to return indictments
against Drlvor nnd McQuaid. -the two
men who figured In tho shooting nf
fruy on Port street sometime ngo.
It Is almost certain that Indict
ments will bo returned against both
of the men for their participation In
tho shooting which endangered the
lives of a number of peoplo in tlio
Tho Grand Jury did not hold Its
regular weekly session this afternoon
owing to tho necessity of tho City
and County Attorney, appearing In tho
Supremo Court In connection with the
Jew Yuen Mow habeas corpus pro
(Asuoclatrd Prris Cablo.)
LONDON, Dec, 7. The latest re
turns give the following figures:
Government. 197: Opposition. 151.
No, Cordelia, n doctor Isn't neces
sarily n quack because ho wears u
duck sulL Chicago News.
PRICE 5 CENTj
,e."S" " "" "' regls.eredl
C o'clock nnd have a personal knowlH
Hiiprg unci mar I lift it. i.ii,m. i..i
e0Ke ,,, t,(J w,flll exhuU, ff tQ-(
ballots at tho polling plaie inihoi
Sixth Prtclnct of tho Pourth lilttA
The first petition for a relienrlngd
presented eterdny, was dlsmlsse'ill
Jjy the Supreme Court wltlfout'argu-3
ment on the ground that It was nofl
presented In nc(ordnnr with, tlio
rules of court; tho second petition?!
I drawn so ns to avoid the objections!
found to the first is Hill pending
before tho court, nnd thls.nfternoon
will ome the filing of tho second
certificates proceed to San Pranclu-o
And Mr. Keefe Intends to find out all'j
uuoui Kiissian immigration In Ha
waii before he quits. Hu talked wltU
a number jesterdny and with more
today. The Russians represent thnt ;
labor conditions here nm mil wi.nVi'
they expecteii or whnt they want, ik-a
union leaders here talked with Mr. H
neele jesterdav on labor nn.i immi
gration mntteis, and he did a Rood 1J
deal of Investigating for hlnuwir tin ! !i
Bas that miilnlang labor leaden
have made complaints of "assisted"
immigration. He is particularly de
sirous of knowing Just how wld
open Is the Territorial door for thb"
admittance of aliens. a.
On returnhiR from his ,lnPOctlon
or tlio Settlement, the Coilisslonar- & "
f.ftlrul llntn.l thnt ft.-.. Ill . .
up the questions of labor on'the plan? if.
tntlous. Jl -..
MUST HAVE BANDa
FOR BIG PARADE
Director Wall Declares that
February Carnival Needs
Musical Organization,.. '
"It Is certainly up to tho city itlQ'
county to kocji the Hawnlian hand"
together," said Director Wall of tl"t
Plornl Parade committee this morn
ing In speaking of tho tnlkcd-of -dls-baiidlngof
(he organization becnuso
the members could mnko more money
plajlng nt the picture shows than
thoy could by rcmnlnlug with tho
"Wo need the band for the blp
event In February, and. Indeed, It
would be a sorry affair without tho
historic organization," nontlnued Mr.
"That seems to he tho general opin
ion that tho band Is badly needed
In the parade and carnival events ot.
February, and if It It Is not kept
(Continued on Pag 4.)
A good position fof a, first -class en
ergetic oiiiir man. Rost refer
enda required, Address, "O T.
C", Ilullotln. 4793-2t