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From 8n Franclsooi
Miinchuthi January 9
Tor 8in Franclscol
Mongolia Jnnunry C
Sfc-nliimlin, January 3 1
No degree of protperlty en enable
the merchant fo be independent of the
daily newspaper as on assistant In
Advertising Is Influential m The Business World
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5127.
24 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1912. 24 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS. -
GRAND JURY LAYS CRIME TO CITY TENE
COURT RULES AGAINST
Supervisor Harry B. Murray will B tAssooi-iini press Cnhie.)
n. llio stand next Wednesday In po SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. G.-Re-lice
court to It'll of tliu circumstances PorU from lh MK,dle We,t and Norlh
biiliimiiillllK tlio ikMlh of Tlmoten w" re tl,at th Tible cold Is In
Hernandez tlio Porto lllcaii kllluit creasing. Snowfalls are reported in the
New War's morning. Police Judge' Mlddle We,t' anJ the thermometer
Mour.airnt this morning loorrult-il tlio
iiiotlou of K O. Peters, attorney for
the defendant. In discharge Murray,
Mid tlio manslaughter case against llio
riipmlsur, growing out of tlio jnilo
paity he took early Sunday mot iiIiik.
will ho fought out to tho end.
Pioiuptly at ' o'clock Ihla morning,
i'otlco Jiul;o Mouiiairat took IiIh seal
und iiuniiiiuci'il lii decision iih nvor
i tiling tlio million. Attorney IC. (!
Peters, arose fioiu Ills se-i ami ask
ro. tlio court lo continue mo trial of
llio defendant until next Tuohd.iy
morning. Prosecutor Drown Hiugcst
i'il that It i;n over lo Wednesday inorn
liiK on account of tlio congestion of
c.ihoh to hit tried on Tuesday. Tim
court tlieieiipoil net llio trial for We I-
Accoiillng lo llio defense. It Is re
ported, PclerB"'lul('nds lo call tlio do
femlaiit lo 'the triniiil In testify as In
lie fuels of llio accident. It Ik believed
Unit with tho testimony or tlio de
fendant, llio uiatlor ulll he completed
and the entire evidence 111 the case
v.'ill then he in tlio hands of Pollen
Pending the tilal of' Mm ray on
nVdncKiluy morning, lie Is loleaved on
a bond of $1000 which was furnished
by Tied Harrison yesterday and up
turned by Clicult Judge llendy h.
Uile yesterday afternoon Maiiul
.Sllva alii) Plilllp Kekuewa wero put
on Hie Htaml. They said they saw the
accident, whllu on the lanal of tho
Miatia Illock, opposlto Hlcr street
whom lleinaiuhv. was knocked down
Hllva (old of having heard the horn
of Hie machine blown as It crossed
the Kiikul bildge mid turued maiikti
ol Illvcr attci'l.
A number of tho wallers of the
Union (iilll, who wero subpoenaed its
vltiipssos wero not called.
LABOR LEADERS ARE
(Special llulletln Cable.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 6. O. A.
Tveitmoe of San Francisco and all the
other labor leaders indicted a few days
ago for alleged complicity in the dy
namiting outrages, have been reindict
ed by tho Federal grand jury for con
NEW COAST SUBMARINE
SAID TO BE WONDER
(Spicl.tl Kill lei lit Cable.)
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 6. Subml
rine F3, the first submarine to be built
on the Pacific Coast, was today launch
ed from the Moran shipyard. It is re
ported that an extraordinary secret in
the construction gives a radius of 3200
Al '.'.15 today Adliilial Thomas to
cciwd a bccoiid cuhlu amplifying yoi
leiday's iidvlces, There aio no new
in dors. Tlnr fleet Is lo "stand by.''
It's a bad sign to write tour name
on u frlilid'H nolo.
Occasionally a lunu
his llrst wife's money.
l.i man led for
Neatly every married man thinks he
piuposeil lo his wife but did huV
Koine men uru so skeptical that they
evili lefuso to belieo half they say
You limy Iiiino observed Unit tho
iiiau'wlio always laugliH ut his own
Jokes seldom lias uuy laughter lelt
lor the Jokes of others.
registers 38 degrees below jero at Su
Minn., Jan. C. Four
the extreme cold ore re
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 6. Scores of
families have been driven from their
homes from lock of fires during the
cold snap. It is estimated that 150,000
are unemployed. The thermometer is
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. 6 Six
deaths are reported here from cold. So
much gas has been burned that tho
supply is running low.
KAN8AS CITY, Mo., Jan. G. Tho
cold is causing much distress.
coal famine is threatened
(fipi-ri... im i jt in c.ii.io
WASHINGTON, D. C.f Jan. C
Speaker Champ Clark is threatened
(HlHClll Hill let III Cable 1
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 6. Jack John
son, heavyweight champion of the
world, and Jim Flynn of Pueblo were
matched today for a finish fight in Ne
vada next July. Johnson Is guaran
teed $31,000, win, lose or draw, and a
third of tho moving-picture receipts.
Doth men agreo to engago In no other
fight after May. This means a post
ponement of the Jahnson-McVey fight.
'Assort. itfil Press Cable.)
MANILA, P, I., Jan. 6 The Fit'
teenth Infantry has completed prepar
atlons to proceed to China.
DOSTON, Mass., Jan. C The Rev.
CUrence Richeson has made an undo
tailed written confession that he poi
soned his former sweetheart, Avis Lin
nel. He says he wishes to live to re
deem himself. It is announced that the
trial will proceed.
(Hpt-ciiil tin lift I li CnHf )
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan, G. Pres
ident Taft today siyned the New Mex
ico 'Statehood proclamation.
fck&fl&)k$'1('j- IjA !-.' r ' ajiig, V
Honolulu, January C, 1912.
Hon. Wli Ting Fang, Shanghai!
Grant no extension to armistice. Ad
CHANG CHAU, for Committee.
sent today, put
the lihove fahlfgluin
themselves on ivcurd for eonlluiianio
of tin, war In China on btluilf of the
revolution and tin; new republic,
Local revolutionists believe that Pre-
mlir Yuan Sldh Kill Is not sluciru ill
his efforts to arrange for un extension
of the urinlitlee, n ml that be made his
rciincKt In outer lo gain time for or-
Kuiilxliig Hie Imperial fuices
Chang t'liuti, speaking for the Chi-
iiese committee In Honolulu, thli
morning prepared the above uiblcgraiu
im mm un mmmi
ARRIVE IN STEAMER ALASKAN
Four hundred tons of Iron watir pipe
lo bo used In replacing the cltv mains
urilveil as li portion of the large cargo
brought to the port this morning In
the Auierlenn-'tlanallan freighter Alas
kan With the receipt of ono lot of
pipe. Iho work of n lav lug the mains
will be cairlod forward to completion.
The American-Hawaiian freighter At I
ruiiiin, jo ill live from San Pruni'lsco
on Jaiutary li, will, according to oili
er rs of tho Alaskan, hi lug it like ship
ment of the new mains.
Captain Patterson, muster of the
Alaskan, teports a fair trip down from
Hie t'o'ist. Ills command cot out tho
Mound ports, as the cargo offi rings ut
San lYiinrlsco, with that plckid up In
transhipment at Salln.i t'litz, niacin up
a Loudly iuautlt
POET OF THE PACIFIC WHOSE BOOK, "SONGS OF THE
WESTERN SEA," IS REVIEWED IN THIS ISSUE
tyt" w&i ' (, ' ''StaissssssHKBSssssssssssssssMIBSsssssssssssssssi
I oTiw'iiR " "V 6 5. f? JltjA VjR9snBBBSSSSSSSsUrBSSSSSSSSSSSSSsi
Bssssssl ft?i USfm J 1R9bssssssssssssssbssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssT
- ''.'-ffii &W iMikM6iAkM iiiJiv rj'triiuisU ii;rt1fiii4
anil sent It thin afternoon to a TlnK
dug, secretary of Yorclgn ulTairs of
Hie Iti'puhllu of I 'hln. i. iiiglng upon
hlin to force the light
Chang Chan said tnd.iv tint the best
way to deal Willi the leaders of tho
Maitihu gnvcrniiHiil Is lo piy no ut
ti'iitlon to the rcipieMs "1 Pri'iuli-r Yiuin
Hlitli Kill, vvhoin the'loi til Chinese enii-
shier u traitor and linn liable
llcves Hint It the rsrulnn li
until Juuu.iry IS tbtre would lie no
confi rences hlil wllh n view to reach
lug permanent peace. tin Hie other
hand. It Is believed here that the lin-
perlalMs will Mrcnfrtlien themselves so
that they could ooutlinu tie war mice
nan Klilli Kni and his uppiirtirs ale
ciiptmed. Cluing Cliau continued. China
will IiiiM' a Miiblc n puhln an govern
(leiieral freight Agent t" P Morse
will iIIhlmI.-Ii .ii, AI--' uit fur Kiilitilul
on Monday evening The vessel will
lake Mum tons of sugar at Honolulu
In1 about the same amount ut tlni
Mi til poll, having K'alilllul for Sallna
I'm, dheil on January U
FORBES WONT RESIGN
f.HMirjt(-il 1-rtPU C.iMM
MANILA, P. I.. J.in. C Governor
General Forbes denies the report that
he will rctiyn.
SAN I It VA'CIHCO, Cal
I bit X. an ilhls. Its K 1-
lie Picwoio. ipiotatloii.
L'd ; parity,
Ms. S 1-1(1
THE DU LLC TIN'S NEWS. !
On 1'rlil.iy. December 20. the
I! ti 1 1 'Mi li piibll'dieil under the
head "I lei I May Stay." a report
that owing to the uiiHettled
conditions of affairs In China
the Met t would not leave here
on January 0 as scheduled. The '.
II u I le 1 1 it's report wus ktrlk- '.
Ingly eoiitlrmed jesterd.iy ufter- "
noon, when Admiral Thoiuail re- i
i'iImiI cabltd onliTH liidetlulle- :
Iv postponing the sailing of the
11. el ,
I row long will be Paclllc lleet remain
That's a iiuestlon that olllcial and
civilian society alike would like very
much lo have iiusweied, und that even
the commauder-lu-chlef of tho llt't
can do no more Hun liazatil u gucBS.
Yesterday afternoon at a few minutes
after 3 o'clock li cipher cablegram was
dillwicil aboatd the California. It
was not until 1 o'clock that It could be
translated, as theiu was dllllculty In
(Continued on Page S)
That the daring thief who rubbed Hid
malls of the Japanese Ihur Tenyo Maru
sumo months ago, securing 1100 con
signed to the Hank of Hawaii, will bo
apprehended sliottly li the rumor from
postolllcu elides, together with report
that point to the guilty man uunilstuk
ubly us one of tho employes of tie!
While Hie local poslul olllclals are
rUlceut, the statiiiuiit that It was cur
I eut!y ri ported In Sail I'luuclsco that
the iiitin would be nrresteil ,uou
brought forth Hie news hero that bo
has already been praiticully ldclitl
lied 11 uppeirs that the man In question
left Hie seivlcn of the Teiio when that
FHhil iiirlvid In Japan, perhaps fear
ing the ii suits of his theft Tim poi-
tal authorities, in conjunction with Iho
Japanei-e, are prooeulhig slowly but
surely and no aiixlity I" eM'icssed H'at
the man will get away.
The olTem-e Is un extrndllablu one,
mid tho depiiitiueul olllclals think Ihu
man will lie punlnlMil. It li.it never
been explained hou lie hiippeucd to
take only 1100, wlieii lie could lmv
had 11(100 just lib easily, lis tho culm
lay i euily to his luud.
HniniufcoWiniV mi.ii n . ' l ivJr'iA.ttii l.'tti.iultatiAl.iiiii
FINDING OF GRAND JURY
of Honolulu r
going t . r toil il
I o'isIIpiIIIv for mo I
one upi'll lenelnelll
f the c l . the mil
pi. mil jti . In an u.i
uiU'ill) .ibli leisirt ol lis work for lb,
cai 1912 loda siibiuilted to Crcmi
Judge Cooper recoiiiiuend itlons lo
prohibit erection of lem infills of Hie
kind thai now disgrace the city.
I 'I lie illstii-slnu of Die tenement
house iiucMlon was the featmo of the
juiy's rcHit. suniinlii); up as it dl
many fnc'ors, pluslral. social and in -lal,
tint courts, Juries and police must
conleud with here.
Oilier features of tho repoil aio
All Investigation of the pubic
ichools, showag overcrowding, hut ad
ministration of school .iffilru as illi-
BULLETIN ABflSUolopu A
IjI " villi! 1 11 ill
Rapid Growth of Paper Accom
panied By Highest Class
tiinviriiiioii In Ibe It ii I let I ii to
day are the llrsl pi mini I ol the pliolo
eiignnlng plant that the llulletln
has recently added to Its cipilpinc lit.
This papir Is now In a position lo
do all lines of high-class photo en
graving, not only for the lllustiallon
of Its own publications, but for the
The new plant Is complete 111 ocrj
detail for all forms of half lone and
llio. work: rcudv. In fact, to meet ull
deiuiiiuN upon a so-called half-tono
plant It Is In charge of Sir. (1. e.
Hills, who has for several years been
furiiiinii of Hie Spokane American li
graving establishment of Spokane
Wash, which Is ono of the high stand-1
ard plants of the Paclllc Coast
Th" lllustiatloii work for the peii.il1
edllloll of the Ull He till will hi doliej
III this plant, making II Iitlou
home production hi eer iblail
(Ph'i II li I le I 111 WllilihS )
llll.u Jan li A n solution has been
liitiodiiied In the Hoard of Hupmls
ors by Supervisor Austin wherihy the
boird would petition Congress to
nun nil the proposed Conuess strett
railway fiiinihlse In give tlio promo
tirs the right lo sill power, leu and
electric light In addition to operating
the railway. It bus In en deferred for
conslderallon until the nvxt meeting, on
IVbrunry 7. when on motion of Supen
lsor 1. Jinan tin re will be u public
TIiimo iii.iv ho people Abo are bo
neatli tliitlvry, but did "it over see
an) ono who was nhoo it
1 STORE ON FIRST FLOOR
1 HALL ON SECOND FLOOR
Offices, Single or en Suite
II. C. H C N D R I C K
Merchant and Alakea Streets
(teiii a- i ibl, uiuier the clrcuin
Hot ii.lii in.ii c'i nI in ,.ecied and
iiucli Hie -.un' r Mill mixed aL
P.dlie and lire dep irtments found
luaii uii'Ieqmte to mi',-! tho do
mauds ol I he crowing city lticom
iiieiidations frr lncieai.es inado
Other public Institutions ure looked
'iilo and reMirted on
Cat hem Vindicated.
Another feature Is that Hie Jury Im
'.iiohed wlnil It calls the "insinuations"
if tho morning paper ugilnsl County
Mtoniey Cntbcnrt. The Jm.i's find
lug constitutes Hie lilglle t pr ilye for
Cathuiit and a rebuke fur the paper
that ha-i eonsl'itoiiil ,uii. k-d him.
The icpoit is signcl bv Foreman.
John llui'hes and Seciei.ir J Harris
(Continued on Page 7)
III I ml I. II it . i I to become, In
pnt,.i in- Inn Ke th Kederul iiu
niiKiaiioii work In re, tun i'i ding Ray
mond i' Ilrowii. who has resigned to
tiler Hie sci vice of the Ten llorlal Im
migration dcparluu nt, utioidliig to
wi ll-deilniHl rumors.
Mr Itrowu is now on his wjy to Ku
rope to tiiku up Hie lecriilllng of Pur
tUKinse uud Spauisli Iminlkrnnts. und
will go to Washington before leaving
the uinluljnd Ills trip to Washing
ton, it Is uiuhrHtood, Is for the purpose
of urging the apiHilulinrut of Mr H.ll
s,) I,, succeed hho, ami Hnlsey seeui1!
to In the logical uiuii for tho place.
Mr llronn, It is known, regards him
vtrv highly, and unless soino other
Cllllllld.lle bolis up. the (ippuliitiuciit Is
ekpeitiil s lly
5. F. I DAVIS
Stricken siiiMtnl) HI at ti hencctaily.
New urk Mrs r I. Davis, wife of
the prominent broker, died yesterday
nt II o'l'liiik. eubleil news of tho dentil
leiuhliig Mr Davis lust night. Tim
news or .Mrs. Davis' death was u sur
prise and hhock to her many friends
here She let t Honolulu live weeks ago
on u husiilcUH mid pleasure trip to tlni
Iiibl uud wus expected buck about tho
middle of this month. Pcrituultls was
tlio cause of death, and Mrs. D.ivU
hud gunu lo the homo of Mr. DavU'
'iivtlair In .i hi uei tady to spend tliu
holidays win u stricken.
Mrs Davis was ill J ears of age, a
native of Ailaiua, mid wus will known
in California und Honolulu, having
coino hero two years ugo with her
husband, whose business she took nil
active Inleriat In und helped to inakx
It the prosperous business that It H
Mr and Air Davis had been inar
ilisl eleven yeurs uud were u cry de
voted couple, and their many '-lends
ifxtcud their deepest sympathy to Mr,
Davis In his bereavement.
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