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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4810.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, .WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Attack Made On
Attorneys for John A. Cummins
Open Legal Battle Against
Til t 11 1st step In tlio legnl linttlo
tli.it will bo waged against the Unit
ed States (lOicrnmcnt condemning
., ,. ... , , . l it la into ( uniuiiiiuu mm ino pn
tho lort street business property! l)0fc nro IofwlUo lH.UIIWe tle llo
nculid to enlarge tho Muhukn Bltu. ()t ulepv tmit In tho "opinion of tho
to :iii entire block, was taken this 'Sccii'tnry of tho Trcnaur) It Is nec
morning, when n demurrer to the eirnr to proceed hy Juilltlnl prc3
toudcmuutlon pro ecdlngs wnsjfllcdless." Tho further ground Is claim-
In tho United Stntes District 'Court
liy tho jitUiniOH for John A. Cum
lrlns and Knpck.i M Cummins.
Tho demurrer la slmpl) a tcchlil
ml attack upon tho inudcmiiutlon pa
pers ns drawn up 1( United States
District Attoincy llrockons, claiming
Unit a nutnher of matorlal allega
tions nro nhient and that consequent
ly tho proceedings as Instituted can nf condemnation mill who nro pro
not Vo unstained, paling to mill o a determined orient
Tho, ilnlm la inajlo th.it tho pipers before n Jury to pwvonf tc vidua
of condemnation do not iillege tlo tlon of the Port street property at
claim that the United States Gov- $:sn,non, tho money now mailable
eminent will "operate" the proponed In tho United States Treasury.
KUHIO MISREPRESENTED, SAYS
FREAR IN DENYING THAT HIS
ACTION BROUGHT (MILL
fioicinur Pi car hullcics that his i:ocutlo Coiumllteo finally reenm
in.ln,,. In .....mill.... will, tho aim.-
tlio nlli-nipt locallj to e.groe iiik.ii a
in in foi Colin Im of Inteiual Itcicnuo
mid to km n.cnniincnd to Washington
-him been wIlfiiNy inlaicproocntcft I.)
In Ufirrfug to the iippulitment of
Ccltrlll this morning fioioinor Krear
itali'd that ho until ul u Icudcncy In
homo quarters to shift tlio lc-sponsl-hlllty
fur tho local illsngicciiieuit and
the .ipici'uliiicnt of Cfiltrlll lo his own
thiiulilcis llo mentioned Kuhlo par
t Ilii'.i I as misrepresenting tho clr
(iinislniK oh and paltltularlj thnso dial
ivbiiltiil In'itho HC.iil.llcih Tenltoilal
Supervising Principal on Ha
waii Reports Sad
(!iflal Iltlllttlll c'lrusiKiiulilici.)
llll.O, Dec 2-1 That man) or the
tt hcilhou.CH fin this sldo of the Isl
find ao In a leiy tleplorahlo ttiudi
tlon, oicn now wink, which had liven
dune ilinliiK the lact coiiplo of jraiH
I.elliK nlio.nl dilapidated. Is the 10
jmit i.l SuporilsliiK rrluclpnl MiCIiih
l., who, sIiko his uppolutnient sonic
mouths iiko, has hecu truielliiK ox
tunsliul) In his district to leain the
uicilH i.r tho schools,
McClnnl.j cas that thoio nro man)
trlin ilhnuhos whnio icpulis of Mirlou.
Iilnds nio nii'di'd Tho l'oliakupuk.i
rf iKH.IIn.iiKO Tor lustiinco, Is, ho stales
In mi iilivolutel) daiiKurous condition
mid tho Hititlnt) nirniiKoini'iitH an
in tmouil placon si. f.i Hint Ih'
InlletH in-cil li) tho pupils in o offclis
llo in n iIpkico rnrtliormoio. Ihcio
mo tit uncial kcIiooIh w.itci funks
whldi worn orcrli'd diirlui: Iho pusl
foiipio or .)iim, which do not hold
water, mid, what Is inoin, liaio inner
Imlii water, lntl hnn nrled innro ns
Iinui aprlnkloro, ncconlitig In McOInt-
building tin ,i postofflce, custom house
1.......I ..ll..... .!! ln..lil.i1 ...11 ....
.1.1.1 IH1.C hll.UllllllUJ.illl Ul. K1
when the same Is completed "
'cd bernmo tho iiimpl.ilnt does not
rint.i unm Illri1lt f I, n f 11. .1 l.irftnu
hnio hien un.ililc to agree upon tho
It Is (.tilled that tho demurrer filed
In heh.ilf of Cummins and his wltii
la fillip! tho Hist of many that will
he prepared liy attorneys for other
respnndontB named In tho complaint
nioildlug Iho iippulutiuont of llothwcll
when It was leirned Hint tho appoint
muU of Cotti 111 iwia i.n Imminent il in
"I did not Bond for tho Chair
man of tho Horul.llcnu Tcrrltfirl il
Centnil Committee," Hinted tho CuV'
cruor this morning." "Tho Chalrniuu
cuiio to mo Ills object was to so
cilio konio man whoso niiiiio would I.J
n rompiiiiiilso agreeable to nil l'ro
vlously I had suggested tho nauio of
Mr Htithiw II Tho prince his staled
that I refused to coinu In. llo Is tho
ouo that icfiiRi'il tt. come In and ho
has gnnu Whlnd tho facts In connec
tion with in) nttltuilo In tho mitter"
HATCH WAS A
No ilecoratli.n coniclicd l.y tho old
mast urn ft.uld lino up In favorable.
lompiilsou with Mid tolor scheme In
corporutcd In the l.liUened ejo ills
pliDctl I.) Mis. Charles Hutch, he
r,.. ,. ,.iriin,,m filind with ntt.ii lies1
Mrs Hatch was a lomplalnliiB1
witness uKiiilibt her husliaud. Shu "w wu"k bi'i i.. u.-....... ,,
.Itrll.utedthodcif.iutlonoflieri.ptl.j'l'- ' f" ' " "ftcpt the -K-ttlc
to this Miuxe. Hatch was urrulRii- " mK,,t K a Iniliek In prose
ed hefi.ro JudKH I.mer upon n cIuubo'1c11"i,B 'raud. (
if asaault mid l.uttuiy upon his wife.
Ho denied tho iilli'Kittli.n' mid ask
ed that he l.u Klfu siitllconl tlijie
to K'Ciile a lira e on liul talent,
llo Furio)cd the Ioiib row of lnml-
nii-les lltfin nreeut. who expound
illacksti.ue lr loei halls of Justice,
but tho array of laueis apparently
lid not look Kood t" him anil Hatch
was sent huhm to think It over mid
'lieu consult u dim tor) In search of
i dofeinlei Tho Until
troulilcs will iiielio an airing on
I'rlda) iiiorulng If all goes well.
All fiiiniii nf liKiiiaucn nro wrlttoii
I.) tho Hawaiian Tiust Company,
Mil., Iiicliiillnir fire life, iit'clili'tit.
wiM'ty. lliihllll, inatlmi mid plnlo
Bird-Men In Daring Maneuvers
Flirt With Death High In Air
""" ' ' T ' I I ! i
. Cantain Baldwin carrvinn
Whipple Hall going up in
(AHsilatf it I'iits Ciil.Ii l
TOKIO, Japan, Dec. 28 Jt Is re
ported hero that tho Japaneso and
Chinese lime nn uiltcil the Auierlcuii
i Icc.w.oiisiil, Wllllannxm, at D.ilny.
Thu Japanese Kovernmcut has taken
steps to luvcsUKUte the nflnlr,
(Akkk-!uIm1 In m riitl.)
WASHINGTON, I) C, Dec. 28.
In i lew of new oldentc, thu roi-
criinioiit Is llhel) to rofiie thoAmer-
I ita,i SiiKr ItellnliiK Ci.iiipan)'s offer
"t 700,UDii In settlement of tho suits
HIGH FLIERS' IN
(AwuK-tatiil l'ltHH riiMc)
ISSV, rralice. Die 38 - Avlulnr
l.cu Molluoiix und u passenger, l.nf-
,,.!!, line Mil'1! UF.IIII 111 l .."
from an iDiroplmie In which l.elfi.rt
was taking n rifle.
. .. i. iii.i ....!.... i.. .. r..ll
, )J,N I'HANOISCO, n.r. 28.
libels; fi8 mini)!. 8h. 10 4il.; pnr
l(.), ,l.8Gu, 1'itnlmis iuntntlon, 8,
Ju usa. .
Dassencier in hi-olano.
the air after altitude record.
CHIEF MATE OF
Thu iipproachliiK aviation meet at
Mo lu.ilua poll. Meld may have hern
mi iiulliect iiiiiso for n celcl.ratlon
In which Daniel Cooiici was a star
Dan made u round of tho Im il
Ihlist pallors last ciimiIiik nud uftcr
two or thrco potations of Kin and
mixed liquids ho liCKun to see aero
planes, dlrlKlhlo h.illoons and filldem
sKlniiiiliiK tho rtrr lit skies.
"Christmas was all to tho merry
at Tort Shatter," liodstrd Dan us ho
fined and stood at attention heforo
District Magistrate l.).ner at police
couit this morning.
"I would like orj much to k"
hack there, and I will Let tho last
hoiiu In thti hakcry that I will not
ho In n hurry to break away from
tho resoriatlon again "
(iofincy was glieii an option of de
positing thrco iron dollars with the
coutt tiensiiry heforo securing his
liberty. Ho was sent below whllo II
lianlliil f i lends were rounded up.
YOUNG CAFE HAS
Tho inleliriili-d harp orchestra of
the rifth Caviilr), under tho direc
tion of Mr Hubert Hooding, has tun-, Jt Twelm of lln.so hookod have, ur H
Hinti'd In perform nt tho Alnxiiiulcr,) imiBfi its ImIiir lliolr iiiiImiiioIiIIoh tt
Viuiiig Cufii HUM eieiilng mini ti to
ii'ili.ik, and oiei) eituiliig until 11 1 -
till), terminating thell'' engagement
nt tlin luiiili liinir nn Hilurdii). Th
meills nf I lion niconiplUlieil niusl-
i Inns urn U.i. well kliiiwn It. li'eed
AT OUTS WITH
Democratic Chairman Made
"Goat" tor Officc-
Got-Him to Rc-Enlcr PoliticslJ" 'V"thoUhc,""n? ,""r;
and Then Refuse to Co-op
orato After Election, He
Another break In tho rnnka of tho
Democratic party In tho Clly and
County of Honolulu wna made mani
fest lust night when Col. C. J. Mc
Carthy, chairman, handed In his res-J
Igiiatliin to tho County Commlttco.
Tho Committee accepted tho resigna
tion and Harry Jucn wna elected
Hack of these, simple details there
is u story of growing alienation be
tween Col. McCarthy und tho Demo
crallcclty and county oindaIs-.-lar-tlcularly.
Col. McCnrthy Ib sore lit
Mayor Fern nnd has determined to
quit county politics until rem and
others show n different brand of grnt-
iliitlo nnd party loyalty than they
h.iio been showing lately.
Scleral weeks ago, when tho elec
tions wora mer, hungry Democratic
oIlice-seekcrH begun to haunt Col. Mc
Carthy mid usk him what political
Jobs wero to bo glicn out. Thereup
on tho county chairman sent letters
to Mayor Tern nnd Sheriff Jarrott,
asking them what incanclcs would
bo created by them nt tho beginning
of their now terms of nlllco
After u good many days had elapsed
ShcrlK Jarroit dropped in olio cluy
and told McCarthy ho would hnvo
no incaiicles. Downier, Major Tern
has noior notified McCnrthy of tho
receipt of Ills letter On tho contrary.
Torn tins been getting rid of insist
ent onire-seckers by sending them to
With no Jobs lo glvo out, nnd no
rcspoiiso to his request for Informa
tion, tho Colonel says ho has been
bothered day after day by men tho
city and county officials should take
i arc of.
Col, McCnrthy waited until r
o'clock last owning for Tern to con
fer with him nnd then filed Ills res
ignation. Tho coininltteo mot Inst
night Intending to endorso candidates
for uirlous Jobs, but nftur chewing
Iho rag iiwhllo. postponed It because
they wcro not suro thero nro Jobs to
be llllcd Theio Is n rumor that Jnr-
rett and Porn may inako sonio va
cancies, but neither has dellnltel)
committed hlmsolf on this point.
CoU McCarthy, after quitting pol
itics oi or tho Immigration plank that
Mnk McCnndless drafted Into the
Democratic platform, was drugged
back In by tho entreaties of tho Oiihu
Democrats to run tho local cam
paign It will bo hard to draw him
tt Already a waiting list has been tt
tt funned for tho Shrlner )mrty thul tt
a Is to cf.mu to Honolulu In Pub- tt
tt rimr) on board tho chartered tt
tt Wllhelmliiu. Letters received b) tt
tt tho lust mull tell of tho steamer tt
tt haling been hooked full and tt
tt Ihnso coming later halo to tuko tt
tt tho chanco of some nf tho early tt
tt fines ilroniilng cut. tt
( si. theio Is certain to bo n largo tt
, jj addition In Iho number i.r auti.it tt
jj ,(. cj lm I0 day or llm tt
it I'loral piradf, whether all are I!
jt di ( oinleil i.r nut tt
II tt tt tt tt tt It tt tt ti it tt tt tt tt tt tt
To Be Enlarged
Major Winslow Recommends
Large Appropriation After
Next Fiscal Year
With tho passage l.y tho 1 loupe on
bora Hill, thero was appropriated for
the work of 1 1 1 It limber the sum of
SL'uO.OUQ for tlio .next I Weal )ear,
with tho promise of Jrid.OOU more
for the following year, and tho sum
of J 150,(100 for continuing tho work
nt Kahulul harbor
There was no appropriation forniiy
work to be done In thu harbor at
Honolulu, mid when the present
ill edging woik has been completed
thero will he no money mailable for
further work until lifter June HO,
The uppropiliitlous for Hawaii are
tho last twit appropriations named In
the bill und read:
- ImpfoVftig inrlior ftTnllf.'llaii."ill
Continuing liiiproic-mcut, two hun
dred und fifty thousand dollars; Pro
vided, That the Secretary of War may
outer Into u contract or contracts for
such materials und work as may bo
necerairj to pritf-ifulo tho said proj
ect, tt. he p'H for ius appioprlatlc.ns
may from time to time bo tnado b)'i
law, not to exceed In tho nggrcg.ito
two hundred und fifty thousand dot
lars, exetuslio of thu amounts herein
nnd hcretnforo provided. i the harbor mndo a lot larger. . i
"Iniproiliig Kahulul harbor, lla. "That js why I wnnt n large up
wall Continuing Improvement, ono prnprl it Ion, ono whldi will cover tho
hundred and llfty thousand dollars." iniiMrui tlon of n new- wharf and.onp
Thero Is now mailable to be, ex- that will also suppi) money for the
pernio nt 11 llo tho sum of $200,000, necessary dredging operations to.,pn'.
nppii i atcd cm Juno 25, which la large tho harb'or hero nt the sani
being expended on tho contract time." '
ANOTHER PURE-FOOD BILL
TO BE BROUGHT UP; NEW ?
BOARD TO DISCUSS MEASURE
An attempt to sceuro tlio passage
of another "pure food hill" wilt bo
mado by county mid Territorial
health olllilala when tho new Hoard
of Superilsc.rs take Its seat next
mouth. The now ordinance will bo
drafted In nn effort to secure a meas
ure that will protect foodstuffs ex
posed for sale and lit tho same time
will not bo made the subject of at
tack 1.) attornejs fur tho frult-ieu-
dors nnd fishermen,
Iho retiring Hoard nf Supervisors nted Into law In fact. Attorney A.
eftectuall) killed tho "fly.B.'reen or- I,, C. Atkinson, who appeared against
dlnnnco" l.y sustaining the mayor'n the "llj-screen" ordinance, has nl-v
action In letolng It, but Clt) I'll) si- ready offered to cooperate with pub
flan Mai kail and l'ood Commission ,11c officials in tho preparation nf the
or Illantluiril are already considering, new hill. At any rate, ouo of the
a bill that will not have the obJec- matters that will be brought early
tions raised to tho lust one Tho to the attention of the now boird I
principal objections that seemed tOjtheiei) thing that tho olUjbo.ird has
huio weight with the BUperilrors, Just sat down upon. SV
Tho "MiCrnsM.ii bills" will be Iho
main topic of discussion tills after
noon nt a meeting nf the Merc h nits'
Assoflatlon If. bo held in the head
quuitins ut :i ii'iliifk. This morning
the sentiment of n number of mem
bers seemed In Indicate that tlip as-
nidation will go on record its npf
pored to both bills, thus taking tin1
wiuie action us the Chamber of Colli'
awnided to tho Lord Young engin
eering Compati), mid the appropria
tion and pronilpe contained In the
hill Just imsmmI make the total
amount $700,000 for tho work of im
proillig the li.ubor on the Dig Is
land , , -,
The iicwh that there wna jmi money
uinll.ihlo for Honolulu cornea come
what us a surprise, hut when ques
tioned mi this point. Major Winslow,
Corps of engineers, stilted this morn
ing that there would probably he n
large appropriation for Honolulu nit
er the next Ilseul jcar.
"I was asked point blulik," Bald
the major, "If It would bo better to "1
1 ,ivo two small appropriations for
the work here, or halo one largu
niic Inter, iiiid I replied In favor ot
the big appropriation."
Major Winslow stated that notli-,
lug inoro could be done In tho pre'.
cut harbor after tho dredging con-'
tracts ulicady let had been com
pleteiH for tlio if.-isoij that there
wua in. tnc.ro dredging to bo done.
"Tho next thing to do Is to build
n new quarantine, wharf," ho said.
and then Hie plnro now occupied
by tho wharf can bo dredged out arid j
were based on tho grounds of tin-
neccHsury exneusa In lustalllng Aj
screens thnl would not bo effective. '
In preventing cnnlniuiiintlon,
It Is prohablo Hint when (ho new
hill Is draw u it will he after a con
ference of health odlcliils and attor
nejs representing the food sellers at
the King street market nnd else
where, h that tho position of the
merchants who will be affected by
tho ordinance may bo understood and
ciiusldered before tho bill Is Incorpnr-
Tho McCrf.rson bills hnvo come. In
for widespread condemnation sines
their nature has been understood;
und u piutest by the Merchants' As
soclatloii at this time would be se-n
to Ccingu-ss, where both bllli" are
Scleral other matters of public In
terest mii bo brought up todny.
TURKS WIN BATTLE
WITH THE BEDOUINS
(AummIjiIhI Iii ClldfC)
fONHTANTISOI'I.K Turkey, Dec
2K. The Turks hun defeuled ,tlie ,
HimIi.uIiis ii u pitched battle
Knrnlc, killing it,n snd inklngeonl
prisoners. Thu Turks hut 3injtlieJ
fit &m&n& jfaH&'.toL.
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