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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1912.
"Honolulu people, nfter nil these
yenrx, do not half uppreelato llio won
dcrftit trip to the volcano."
Ho declared President K. I. Spahllnir
or the Chamber of Commerco this
inoriilniT. Ho returned today on the
steamer .Milium Ken from it vneutlon
Irlp to the 111k Island, nnd to say thut
ho Is c-ittliunlabtlo I piittlm: It mildly.
Lour residence, In Hawaii Iiiih not di
minished one whit IiId enthusiasm over
"I can't iinderKtnnd why the volenno
trip Bhould bo 'knocked,'" "old Presi
dent SpnldhiR, "The Intcr-Islnnil ser
- lco N now a realty lino one. Tho now
Kllnuea nnd the Mntinu Ken arc stonily
ax u lloor. Honolulu people who knock
the volcano don't know anything aliout
It, and tho olcano Ih an Immense
"Our xea trip wn line, nnd part of
Hie nutnliiK lo the volcnno Ik all that
van ln desired. Over tho lava How tho
Riilnir lx rough and dllllcult, hut after
vt corsscd tho lava How, Ihc road to
tho voliano Is perfect.
"Some cry Rood now ronil-mnklnir
It In progress, tho work helms doiio by
prisoners, who prefer the outdoor life
up there to conllncnieut In tho Jail, mid
they nro dolnir tho work well.
"The volcano trip It nn Ideal one. for
ilio busy man tired from bard work
down here. Honolulu fulls to appreci
ate thK There Is n braco to theT at
mosphere that Is delightful. The nlr
In Invigorating, ono exercises without
tiring1 effort, nud one's uppetlto Ix the
.Mr. Spnldlng xnyx that the lava llrex
In the oleano have xunk probably 230
s "1'rnfossor JiiKifar, tho scientist, made
nnnio tiienxurenientx tho night beforo I
left," Knld Mr. Spalding, "and ho ostl
united that the lava had reached with
in xlxty feet of tho rim. Although It
has xunk now, tho activity Ix even
more innrki'd. Tho llrex rour like the
roar of the xurf, and tho fountnlns play
cenxelcxsly and are ninrvclously beau
llful." , ,
g Tir7ni II .11 nrnnrii irnrnrgT
HOW HAWAII HELPED
BY C. 8. ALBERT, candhlncy for tho vncnnt surgeon gen-
HicLil llullo'tlii Correspondence.) crnlshlp, '
WASHINGTON, D. f, Jan. 11. The Hoglnnlng with Oovernor rrcnr, nil
Koilil people of Hawaii are Riven n the most prominent men In the Ha-
largo proportion of the. credit for hav- wallau Ixlandx cnbled nnd wrote tho
biB xecured tho iippolntment of Dr. president urgliiff hlin to doslgnnte l)r.l
III 11(1 IIH XUrRCOn KCnernl Of tllO 1'UbllC lllnn tnr ll.n v ,,.,,., Th.n ......-
Health iin.l National Quarantine Ser- .m.nientinn. ....-.. mi i,n n,i i .11.1 I""11 ,l,e """tier tliroimh expeditiously
vlco. succeeding the lato Dr. Walter ,,.,. - -.., i . i The defendantx replied that JudRO
liw linillV IIMIU nVIIMIII piO'llhlMlllll ., .
WJ-imiit. It Ix frankly admitted on all Thcy followed from Individual Interext ' '""I' l-f're-wl,oni he caxo wax
After hearing arRiiment thlx morn
ing the Supremo. Court banded down
n decision overrulbiR the order tnndc.
by J mine Cooper In the Circuit Court
dlrecthiK the mniidumux writ axked
for by Itnbert Horner against the Kit
kaual I'lantatlon Company, Ltd., and
Albert Horner, Itx president, to Issue
despite the appeal that had been made
to the hlRher tribunal.
Tho caxo has been ono of nrderx nnd'
appealx throughout. The llrst action
token wax vvheh Ilobert Horner applied
Tor a writ of uiandamiix on tho plan
tation and Itx president to force them
to cnll the annual mectliiR of the stock-
holders. Thlx will, boxed on tho fact
that Ilobert Horner now holdx the ma
Jorlty of the shnres and that, ax be al
iened, the meetliiK should have been
culled In October of last year. The
defendants answered that the dnle of
the meeting, by a majority voto last
year, bad been set for February of tilts
car. JudKc Cooper ruled In favor of
Itnbert Horner nnd ordered the writ to
Tho defendants then npycnlcilngitlint
this rulliiR and the matter dropped for
the tlmo beliiR. Ilobert Horner brought
further action, however, on the Rrnund
that tho defendants were not trying to
side that but for the sincere and lion- and wero eaxlly rccngnlxublo ax being
est endorsement coming from nil tho honest nnd sluccro trlbutcx to tho iibll
pronilnent men In Ilawnll Dr. Hluo ty of Dr. Illue.
nilRht have loijt tho promotion. i u Is seldom that any community has
Dr. nine's most recent servlto wns given such spontaneous nnd unsought
In Hawaii, where ho was engaged In endorsement to any candidate for of
stainpliiR out the yellow fever mos- Hce. This furl was fully realised by
ipilto. He enmo hero from Ilnuolulti President Tnft nnd largely InlluenccU
on it leave of absence to look nfter hlx ,hm n making tho llnnl selection.
QUERIES TO FEDS
change Is to fill up unoccupied lands.
wiin prosperous rarmers nnu Increaso
tho proiluctlnn of nil crops ordinarily
rals.ed on tho farm."
The lyiicndmeut as approved by Gov
ernor l'rear bax been received here. It
will bo shaped In duo legal form nnd
offered In the House by DelcRnte ICn
lanl.maole. After tho Initial step bax
been tnkeu nil tho Hitwnllanx here will
They will obtain it hearing and tirgo
prompt nctlon on' tho recommended
ICKtstntlnn. It Is proposed to secure
action with the lenxt possible delay.
13. M. Wntson attended the sessions
of tho Democratic National Commit
tee, holding tho proxy of the member
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tho Teirliprlal Iind Commissioner und
''The iiinvndnii'iit. If udoiteil by Con
gress, would not only make about 10,-
'000 acres of hind on tho Inland of Ini
tial available for homesteaders, but
.'would open up many times Hint ncre
ngo now held lit foe simple on other
Would Change Law,
"As tho law htands no corporation
Is permitted to own moro thnn 1000
.acres of Initd A number of Individ
uals on u the Island of l.anal, covering
In all about 100,000 ncres. Of this 30,.
000 or 40,000 ncres cm be cultivated
and would producn plnenpples, corn
and, In general, all farm produits. Tim
tiiiusfer of ownership to n corpora
tion would result In the plnrlng of
farms within tho roach of lioinestenil-f
crs, through reasonable prices anil fa-'
'""Tlip''pufposo 'of tho suggested
LEAVES WIFE AND
BABY TO STARVE
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tin Itf llltll lillil' lis. IiiLiiH luminal ttintu
., . """""" " iiego tho committee on
ian. .,iiriii.iut u rcjiiii's will mil,
however, iifcessnrlly result III action
at this time. Very truly yours,
"LwnytiTivK co.M.MiTTni:, civic
"Uy V. A. 1IUYAN, Secretary. -"qiJKSTION.NAIItt:.
"1. Are ou In favor of eliminating
political partlv-s from our municipal
elections nud voting on personal fmull
Mentions and local Issues only'.'
"2. Aro you In favor of the com
mission form of government for Ho
nolulu: that Is, government by com
missioners elected by the people, such
us Is In use 111 many American cities-:
"3. Are you In favor of tho illrcct
"I. Do you think the executive com.
mltteo of tho federation shotiM exumno
nnd publicly pass Judgment on the
public records and iiuallllcutlons of
candidates for ottlce'.'
"S. Do you think the executive com
mittee of tho federation should exam
ine nnd uiukc public the public records
of candidates for olllce. passing no
judgment upon their records or iiuall
llcutlons?" These iiuestlons nro based on the
proposal of Heiialor C 11. Dickey sonic
weeks iiro that tho federation should
be polled us to Itx altitude on public
ulTnlrs, partliiih'itly lis this Is election
ear. Mr. Dickey submitted n number
of tentative ipicHtlnns to bo used as a
basis for discussion, and tho llvo ipiex
tftlnnx now pidpounded nro the result.
- The olllecrn urn careful to stuto that
nlllrmatlvo answers to the questions
will not necessarily result In action
now, nud the pull of the membership,
It seem'i, Is to ho taken primarily to
learn tho stand of the inenilcrs hull-jvhlually.
brought, had no Jurisdiction In the
matter, as there wis an appeal pend
ing beforo the Hiiprcmg Court. Tho
Judge ordered that the writ Issue In
spite ot the appeal nnd that It wits to
bo returnable by January L'J. This wax
done mill the papers wero served on
Albert Horner In Hllo. Ho iicccptod
service and came back to Honolulu On
tho advice of his attorneys Thomp
son, Wilder, WuUon & l.ymer he did
nothing In tho matter und an order
citing him for contempt wax then Is
sued In the Circuit Court.
Albert Horner appealed to tho Su
premo Court to bavo a prohlbltlonary
order Issued against this, however, ar.il
Judgo Cooper wus ordered not to do
anything further In the matter. This
morning when the case came up for
argument the Supremo Couit held that
Judge Coper had no Jurisdiction In tho
Tho bearing on the original appeal
ngalnst tho Issuance of tho llrst man
damus comes up for hearing beforo tho
Supremo Court Tuesday morning next.
Do you belch or bloat?
TRY THE BITTERS
Digettlon weak bowels
TRY THE BITTERS
Have you malaria, or fever
TRY THE BITTERS
it 58 yeara old and hat help
ed thoutanda back to health.
It tones rebuilds nourishes
For Balo by Ilcnson, Smith & Co,
Md., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Hllo
Druit Co. nnd ut nil wholesale lliiuor
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tobvr of iyo4 and have lived here ever
The complaint alleges that on or
about January l, without any piovo
c.itlou, ho struck her about the head,
faro and neck with his fists and badly
bruised her. On tho following day ho
was ulso guilty of extreme cruelty for
the lea son that without her consent ho
took away the four-year-old llttlo
daughter, Vloletr and since that date
lux nut returned the child, nor can sho
Mud out where sho Is.
On Jauu.io 13 ho also left the hotiso tenhauer was largely attended by tho
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Paul Isenberg. The Territorial bund
was stationed In close proximity to
the reception room und rendered n pro-
Rram of appropriate and Inspiring ulrs.
As eight bells struck on tho four
erulsers now In port, the national sa
lute of 21 guns hoomeil respect and
follcltatlnn lA Kaiser Wllhclm. Ah tho
llrst gun sounded Its hlrthdny saluta
tion, tho Mirlcojored bunting of "full
dre'ss ship" wns broken out on the
California, West Virginia, South Da
kota mid Colorado, and olllclal Undo
Sam paid his respects to tho Herman
The reception given by Consul Pfo
without making any provision Jor her
support and maintenance and left her
destitute with her tliroc-montlis-old
baby. As it lesult of this she has hied
to beg money fimn the neighbors; for
sulllclcut fuod to keep them frumMuiV
ng. She Is unublo to nurse the ililld
and has had to beg money also for
condensed milk to feed It with.
There aro four children to the mar
rlugu Violet, aged four; Clarence,
aged three; Clcorge, aged two, nail the
Sho nsks for reasonable expenses and
flldii ifif iillnwitlli 1iiiii nln (.Ink ulnlnu '
uim niiiii'iii;, viviuviit! piiu niuiV'i
Is earnnlg iiboiit Jiir, a month. I'urther
sho also usks the custody of tho llttlo
girl and tho luthy.
The fact that the hoiiso wns stripped
of furniture does not-appear In tho
complaint, and (louvcl.t did not, take
this step until hu knew thut the pro
ceedings luui ilH.n Instituted. Ho took
every stick of furniture and for tho
rour days lust week tho destitute wo
man with her llttlo baby had one can
of mill; to do both of theni mid also
had to llvo In the empty house. How
they managed to pull, through with
only this amount of food Is not known,
but vnmclinn- they did.
.Mrs. I'errelrn, the I'ortugucso wo
man who was itcclilcntn.lly burned yos
teiilay morning at her homo on I.117.0
street, died hist night at tho Queen's
Hospital at S o'clock,
When brought to the hospital yes
terdny pud examined by the physicians
It was not thought that she wns dan-
navy mid uriny. Admiral Thomas,
toimiianiler-ln-thlef of the Pacific Meet,
arrived with his starf n few minutes
before noon, as did also Admiral South
crliiud, commander of the second divi
sion: Adinhal (Joules, tnmmuiidant of
tho Honolulu naval station; llrlgadler
CSener.il Maesinih, cominiindliig tho De.
pirtiuent of Hawaii, and tho c.iptitlns
of the U. H ships now In port.
The navy and army people present
at the reception liicludcil Hear Ad
miral Thomas, Hear Admiral Souther-
land, Hear AdnilraJ Cywles, llrlgadler
Genetul Macomb, Captain Harlow of
Iio California, Captain Halstead of tho
West Virginia, Captain llennett of the
South Dakota, Captain Olll of tho
Colorado, Captain Douglas of tho Qla
cler, Cuniiiiandcr Terhune, chief of
staff; Lieutenant Commander Leahy,
Lieutenant Commander Major, Major
Hill. 1'. S. M. C; Major Neville, II. H.
M. ('.; Major Campbell, Major Timber
lake, Major Woolen, Captain Carter,
Captain Muilx, Captain Case, Llcutcn
unt (Ihormley, Lieutenant Tomb, Lieu
tenant Heaureguard, Lieutenant Davy,
Paymaster Stevens, Lieutenant Utlcy
and Lieutenant Andrews.
P. C. Jones wns 11 caller of unto at
tho Herman consulate today, ho having
lufotmed Consul Pfotenhauer that to
il ly inado his nfty-fourth call at tho
Honolulu lonHtilalo oil tho occasion o(
tho celebration of the birthday of n
Among others who paid their respects
wero (lovemor W V. Krenr, Judge R
II Dole, Mayor J J. Kern, Collector ot
Customs i:. It. Htacknblc, Collector ol
Kcrmisly burned, but Inst nluht she
commenced to sink rapidly und died Internal Ueceniie l A Cottrlll, Cap-
111 n ociock, 111 mo presence of her biln )ed Miller, J. Morton ltlggs, I'
parents She will bo burled tomorrow. M. Palki'. Murtln (Irune, Dr. fleorgu
x Deputy Sheriff Hose stated this morn- Ml. Coopri". William Wnlters. flenrgo n.
big Hint no llHiuest will ho held, the, Humphreys, Prank Armstrong. Italnh
rniiMi of death being plain. l.jonx, Dr. J. S, 'll. Pratt,'.iuil"go'Mon.'
unrrat, Charles Itose, II M Campbell,
Sherirr William Jam It. I s Marshal
i:. II. Hendry, C. A. llodlek, It C, '
Stackable, John l.niic Sr IriuicIo do
Arano, A. do Soiiza Canaenrro. J.ip-l
nnesu Consul Uyeno, Dr A .Marque,
P. A. Sclmcfer. 11 M. von Holt. C
Hoilcnmnn, W. Lnnx, II I'ocke, Ilobert'
P. Ijinge, W. 0. Smltli, Waller 1)11-1
llngluim. Attorney, (Seneral Lindsay.
Koo Kim, Julius Xsih D A. Sherwood,!
Dr. Pari Ramus, Immigration lnpcc-l
tor Hulscy, A. H Doiulero, Dr. It W
Anderson, T Cllve D.ivles. C C lilt
ting. Alex Mcintosh, ; Herndt A
N. Campbell, fleorge fliilhl, II II (Ilf.
fnril und many others
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about patronage, past, present or fu
ture, or were nny complaints made
eomernlng "nny ot tho appointments
made by the Prfsldcnt of the Hoard
of Health, hut the conversation was,
restricted to the subject of the meet
inis; nnd I Mated frankly that Hie sug.
pesllon was b'aseil' largely' 611 jiolltlcnl
I'onsldcrntlons. h'ho result ,f this
mecllng, briefly slated, wns Hint Dr
Pratt did not nirren with tho nrnnosl.
Hon mill I ennclllderl with thn roni.ipl.i
Hint, In my Judgment. It would lw n'
mistake to po alienil with (he written I
examinations nt that lime, but I slg j
nllled ni) wllllnKncpa to let eho decl j
xlon of the matter Ho in tho hands,
of himself nnd his advisors, and so
inr ns 1 was eoucerned tho mntter
would hnvc ended there.
Now so far ns tho merits of thn
suggestion ore concerned nnd It was
only 11 suggestion und nothing more
1 win even concede tltnt Dr. Prnlt was
right in hlx derision Hint the evaniln
atlons should not he postponed on any
account; but tho point that I wnsh to
make Is, that It was entirely unne
cessary for lllln to inrrv thn mnltnr
before the public, capitalizing it point
suggofteil on Isdinlf of tho organiza
tion which Is defending thn nilmlnU.
tration, for the iiuiposo of preservltii:
iiuriuuiiy wHiuii ux ranks and using
it. ns lioth he ifnd I welt iitmv i,n
could, hs u fund to clevato lilinself mi
1110 eyes of tho imxInctM comiiiiinlty at
tlio expent-e of that organization.
under pretcnt elrcumstnnces, tho
strength of the nnrtv ori.-nnlrailon l
or should be a mnltnr nf ..nninr,. In
tho administration as. welt ns to thoscj
who arc In nttlvo ihargo of the paity'x
niTnirsj ami Dr Prn(t'st adlon In
Hdzlng niMin friendly counsel ns 11 b.i.
sis for an altndc upon tho friends of
Iho ndmlulstrutloii n-cms to me, to
put It mildly very III advised.
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HE EXCELLENCE OF
OUR STORE SER
VICE IS A FEATURE
OF OUR SUCCESS.
You find in this great
Clothing Stock at The
Clarion just the suit that
pleases your taste without hurting
Many looms in many lands have
contributed to make our stock com
plete from which you may choose
with satisfaction to yourself.
If you arc intcrcstad in Bath Robes,
Smoking Jackets, Fancy Vests,
Suit Cases, Traveling Dags, Neck
wear, Hats, and General Men's Fur
nishings just call on
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CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
I.clleliuu Is In general mourning to
day nut of respect to the memory of
Mrs, Stampir. wife of Lieutenant Col
onel Wilson V Stamper, Secnnil In
fantry, who came to bur ileutli yester
day In the waters of Wnhlawit teser
Volr. Mystery still surrounds tho milli
ner In which .Mrs. Stamper nut her
fate, but It Is now generally believed
thut she slipped front tho bank and
struck her head on 11 rock, becoming
unconscious and unable to t-avo her
self. The lifeless body wjis discovered by
Colonel .Stumper and Ids little sou Pur
mail, when they went to find out why
Mrs. Stamper was lata 111, returning to
Iho house fur lunch.
Hamilton Stamper, the 13-year-old
son, who Ix 11 student at Oahu College,
was sent for. and returned to his homo
at Lellehua without knowing that ho
had lost bis mother.
The remains will ho sent to the f.un
lly (i.onip nt S. ruciise. ?f, v., for burial.
A sIsteT of Mrs. Stamper Is new en
FOR CATARRH SUFFERERS
We are authorized by the REXALL Com
pany to give free to anyone having Catarrh
in any form a $1.00 bottle of REXALL
MUCU-TONE, the great Catarrh remedy.
There are no strings to this offer, and you in
no way obligate yourself.
If you are a Catarrh sufferer call at our store
and any salesman will gladly give you a
This Offer will Continue for a Short Time Only
Benson, Smith Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel Streets
Successors to '
Droyvn & Lyon Co., Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG DUILDINQ
"Everything In Books"
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A. D. A R L E I G H & CO.
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
If It's Paint I
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
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write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
louto it oin Syracuse for a visit anil
llnil oii.iuki ini-nt Tor the illspnut lit
the iiiiiiuiM will nut be m,ic.lo until iho
in rives In Honolulu,
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