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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, DECEMDER 3, 1912. SEMI - WEEKLY.
BELIEF IN PEACE
IS GROWING nnd 2k
Unverified Report That Austria
and Servia Have Settled
AN ARMISTICE WITH TURKEY
Preparations for War, However,
Continue Fierce Fighting has mi
RIEKA, Montenegro, November 3D.
30. (By Associated Press
Cablo) It is tho belief hero
at tho Montenegrin army headquarters,
based on, certain information
received, that tho differences
and Servia, which havo been
threatening to break out into
a general European war, havo in
been amicably settled.
ARMISTICE FOR FORTNIGHT. n
CONSTANTINOPLE, November 30.
(By Associated Press Cablo) It was
, , . .. ,,. n,,. I
announced hero at an early
morning that tho poaco plenipotcntiari.es j t
of Turkey and Bulgaria naa pracucany for
agreed upon an arralstlco for two weeks.
Tho detailed aiTangomcnts are still
TO IMPRESS EVERY MAN.
VIENNA, Austria, November 30.
(By Associated Tress Cablo) It was the
announcca j.k.u v...B
Premier of Austria-Hungary will soon ,
..!ri . 1.111. ,Lim ,m,
..- 1.11. !.. (rnnra In tlmps nf . tllC
Ono of theso bills provides for tho
impressment for military duty of ovcry
man in tho Eropiro under fifty years of
Another bill provides for tho
in tinio of war of all privately
owned automobiles or aeroplanes.
SERVLVN CITADEL MINED.
LONDON, Novcmbor 30. (By Asso-elated
Press Cablo) A special dispatch
from Vienna last night states that news
had been received thero that tho great
Servian citadel at Belgrade was discovered
to havo been mined.
All tho manufacturers in that city
have been ordered to remove, their factories
to other cities at once.
Closing in on Doomed City.
ADJUAKOP'LE, Turkey, November ! i
OO 11.- Aeini'tninil lrn,m Hllhlnl This
citv nunenrs to bo doomed. Despite
tho most desperate defense on tho part j
of tho garrison, tho besiegers are stead-
ily forcing their way closer to tho inner
fnrHflentlnnH nnd are uow within 1100
yards of tho forts forming tho Inbt lino
of defense. Their trenches rtn uo easily i
ii frnm union nf tho hiehor minarets
find towers of tho city.
Tho firo which started somo days ago
bv shells fallinc into tho foreign quar
ter of tho city is still smouldering in ,
the heaps of destroyed buildings, lart
ol tlio garrison lias neon ium u' i"
servo as assistants to tho polico force.
Tho cencral commanding has issucu
orders to shoot thieves on suspicion.
Capture Turkish Division.
SOFIA, Bulgaria, November 2S.
(By Associated Tress Cabloj Dispatches
from tho front iccolvcd at tho,
war office last night nsscrt that tho
Bulgarians have at last succeeded in
piercing tho lines of dofenso nround
Constantinople. Accordiug to theso nt
the Bulgarian troops captured two it
divisions of Turkish army, including
252 officers, 8S71) men, eight guns nnd
more than 1000 liorecs. The surrender of
this force occurred near tho little town
of Marhamii. after tome of tho fiercest
fighting of tho war.
In spito of tho repented victories of
thb Bulgarian troops, it is asserted that
.they are almost oxiiaustou. tho xurKs
nro pouring fresh men from Asia Minor
into tuo trencnes 10 iiiku w
thoso who have fallen, wiilo tho Bul
garian soldiers have had little ronoi.
Can "Meet Any Emergency."
BERLIN, Germany, November 29.
(By Associated Press Cablo) Germany's
preparations for war havo been
completed, according to a statement
forwarded to the German parliament
this morulng by tho minister of war,
which savs: "Every nssurauco can bo
given that everything necessary in tho
eventuality of war has now beeu done
nnd that tho empire is ready to meet
any emergeiicv that is UKciy to am.
More Food for Fowdcr.
BELGRADE, Pervia, November 20.
(Ily Associated 1'rebs Cable) The Bulgarian
war office has rushed 00,000 additional
troops to the uinintnuco of tup
nrmv already lu front nf tho fortifications
around foimtRutlnopli). In addition
thoinmiidi of utaiidi of units ami
nniiv gun nro lming tout forward
.i.i li ' pumillilii. Tli wi'utlur in
tin' ii ouiituin i ruportfd un Imvlug
AtUck AuitrlHtt UinbaMy.
PI TEIIMHl'IK), ItuiwiK, Nuvem
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by lb' ntuuil tltki'U by thf
uhin,n, iiDMiriin lit tnwurd Hi lUl
l,in Mll, lliu1 U uf lillmiiHIl MU
.x n M'.ltfituN oiiioiiiitml h ilfiiiuiitlr
ion iittnt the V'otriiHi iiiil.iiMV lirre.
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mIii. v'li1 IiiJckI I" ii Hu'li ui j
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ii. filial ruitl'KU MuiIimIi H
, i.i llij be I efll I" i.i. .(
turo munition of war, nnd her nrscnnls un tuo contrary, often it disgrace to die and moro representative body of
said to bo working night nnd day poor, It shows you havo wnstcd your zens to tako up tho matter in a moro
remodeling tho guns sho hns captured opportunities or squandered your earn- formal nnd definite manner. Tho idea
irom mo lurxs, so as 10 ill mem ior ino
use of the ammunition sho lues. Tho
fortress ol .JIlsli has l.ecn strengthened , wo
the garrison lias been increased. J
LONDON, November 30.
THy Associated Press Cnblo)
Militant suffragettes of this city
started upon n new campaign of
violence yesterday with tho re-
pentod destruction of mnil boxes
in all parts of tho city.
A number of them ovndcd the
police nnd entered tho general
post office, where they destroyed
several special mail boxes
foro they could be Btopped. at
Many of the women wcro arrest-
XEW YOItK, November 30. (By
As.oclnted Press Cablo) Former City
Chamberlain Chnrlcs H. Hyilo, who was
ex-law partnor of Mnyor Onynor.
been found guilty on u charge of
bribery in connection wllh tho scnmlnl
attending the disclosure", lu tho Hobin
Company bank schomes.
BALTI.MOHK, Maryland, November
(Ily Associated Press Cablo)
Governor Austin L. Crothcrs, yesterday,
appointed William II. Jncltson, a
United Statei senator to fill tho ,n
unexpired term of tho Into Senator
I.US ANOKLKS, November 30. (Dy a
Associated Press Cable) Of all cities w
tlie world Los Angeles Is the one
where the latest and most
union 1ms been organized, setting nil
eiiimnlc to tho entire civilized world.
"fork and Uenners" have formed
The members of this ilniquo organ-
it'" are composed of the young men
who hnc pugilistic ambitions, but are
foroe(! a o)d an( ,mlecn,, )U,)lc
fi)nt c.,c, ot)lcr ;,, tllc preliminaries
,imt plain grub stakes, thus winning
their crnneulnr lmino of "Pork and
Hereafter .any member of the union
who lonsents to fight for less than tho
new 'union tcnlo of $35 for a fight of
four rounds, will bo expelled from
union ns a "srnl" and no union
:., .. .;n ,,., ,, n with i,;,
i"Y, , , ,. ,
Pugdom is very much excited over
possibilities of some real "scraps.
ACCIDENT TO AN ENGINE
DELAYS WIRELESS NEWS
Owing to nil unforseen
at the Ilecia wireless station,
in which a cvlimlcr head
of the principal engine blew
out, it was impossible to receive
tiny press news by Federal Wire-lets
Telegraph last night. Exports
woio working rjt night to
repair the damage nnd the machinery
will 'undoubtedly bo in
full running order again today.
This is tho first breakdown
which lias been experienced by
the wireless system since it first
went into operation and one
which was no fault whatever of
U lie Advertiser gives a full
'( service today th rough tho
Associated I'ress via the Com-
mcrcial Pacific enble.
"LUCKY" BALDWIN LEFT
NEARLY TWENTY MILLIONS
LQS AN0.:LKS Novcml(.r if,, Two
mility .locuuients containing tho final
accounting and statement of the $20,-0110,000
estate of tho Into Elias .1.
(Lucky) Baldwin, prominent horseman
and owner of vast tracts of land
throughout tho State, was filed today
with Judge .lames Hives of the probate
louit by II. X. Unriih, executor.
According to tho figures presented in
tho accounting, the estate to date is
valued at $17,30,500.03. This does not
include some real estato up for salo
present and other securities which,
is believed, will swell the total to
in 1000 the estate was estimated to
bo worth $11,01111,0113.01, whilo now,
with all iui'iimbraiices cleared, it is
worth close to $20,000,000.
The heirs who will sharo tho $20,-000,000
are Clara Baldwin StocUcr and
Anita Baldwin McLaughery, both
OREGON WOULD BAR
SALEM, Oregon, November IS.
Representing that hydrophobia exists in
widespread form In San Erancisco, Alameda
and Marin counties, John Hubert
Moo of San Francisco, who is identified
with tho movement to eradicate it from
California, has written Secretary of
State Olcott urging him to huvo the
Stiito of Oregon through its state board
of health issue n quarantine ngninst
Califoruiu dogs. So widespread has tho
disease become in California, ho de
clares, that the legislature will bo asked
to enact legitlation to eradicate it.
Olcott lias referred the
to the secretary of tho state
hoard of health.
ARMY WANTS SUM
FOR ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
VhlllXliTO, November 20.
TJii' urgi'ou griii'iitl of tho urim
that the m nf iV0OO will ho
ii'Hiilri'd fur the piiri'liiun of nrllflcUl
llinlm mid appuriiUin during th mining
tenr, lnft ilur ninety four Hftifit'ilil
lull, one fool uinl flwi mum wr Ul
trlbuttul in afflMi"! oldii'i,
I 'mler tlw net uf CoimrMf nf JtiM.
IT0, nuil lulMwiui'iit mdm4mUU
Ibrt4), 8l,lf ilLnhlwl MitdtM mid
mllori tivt. Wiiii furiiUlmd rt!nViii(
ItwUt ur uppaNiiii., in bate rtwiv!
NO wmim y onion
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"Drink milk lots of it but don 't
croam. It's hours older than tho in
BRIDE OF ELEVEN that feel
From Saturday Advertiser.
Horn in 1001. nnd a brido ill 1012.
wore tho stnrtling fncts presented be-'ask
foro .Judge Whitney in tho circuit court
yesterday, ns tho luttor sat facing a
child in short dresses with her black
straight hair tied with a plaid ribbon. This
The judgo looked long nnd seriously to
the betoie him, while the
Lriilu of eleven yo.i.e snt still in the and
big chair, her feet barely touching the
floor. Upon her fuco was an expression is
of wonderment and anticipation us
what tho magistrate would do to her. will
As tho judgo snt and pondered upon
tho problem of tho bride, tho little
loom devoted to juvenile court proceedings
was ns silnnt as tho tomb. Ranged
against tho Willi were thrco women
probation officurs, whose efforts to protect
child life in tho city brings them as
into touch with tho sordid and sorrowful ono
elements of life, tilings which one-half
of the worid knows little about.
There were also male probation officers will
ami interpreters. AllVcrved to produce
stage setting which only can be found in
The judge was an American, the
of fivo diiys a i'ilipino. To bo
Intel prut her Spanish into English, was to
tall Portuguese whoso ncijuaintanco bo
th tho language of Castile provided
him witli tho key to the Spanish dialect cal
spoken by the child from ono of tho
islands of the far-away Philippine arch tics
The produced n marringe
certificate signed by Hither Ulricli of
the Catholic M'ssion showing that she,
Emilia Peinrio, had married Julian
on Sunday, November 18. I of
' ' How old aro you 1" asked the jiulgo. bu,
"Eleven years," replied tho littlo for
g'rl upon whoso third finger of the loft
hand .were three hands, of gold.
"Did you tell the mail who issued
the license that you were eighteen." cut
"No, he did," po'ntlng to the groom,
who is said to be onlj seventeen years is
It was explained Inter that tho groom
did not get the license, but had his
brother procure it for him. Tho brother
toid the man who issued tho liconso
that tho prospective bride wns eighteen.
"I do not want my child to bo mar tho
ried," spoke up tho mother of tho
girl. "Sho is too young to know what
married 'life is or how sho should live
ns a married woman. I want niy child
The mother did not look liko tho
Filipino immigrant who came to Hawaii
from Manila, for then sho wore a
tho nntivo dress of her people. Yesterday
she wore tho holoku of thq Hawaiian lor
woman and a plaited hat, typical tho
of tho Isiands. the
"You have hcaid what your mothor
says," suggested Judge Whitney to tho
girl. "Your mother wants you to go
homo with her. Don't you think you
had better live with your mother until u
you hecomo older?"
"Yes, I want to go hack to my ani
mother," said tho child without faltering. all
Tho young husband wtis present nnd
when asked if ho should not let tho
Teturn to her paronts' home,
he pondered long nnd then nodded in
"If you want to have -the, marriago
annulled, you can do so through an
attorney," said tho judge to the mother.
"I can do nothing elso in tnis
And tho child-wife, with her pretty
siik skirt reaching barely to hor knees,
went back into the world tied to her
mother's apron strings, while tho husband
followed down the stairs and went tn
From Saturday Advertiser,
C 7p 3C ?C !Ji Jp i
"There is a feeling on tho
part of some that this movement
originated because tho Demo-
crats elected a majority of sup-
crvisors, but that is not so. On
the contrary, the movement for
improved municipal conditions
would havo been taken just iib is
much had tho Bepublicans won
at tho polls.
"Thero is also a feeling that
tho decision to remodel tho char-
tcr is to cut short tho term of
tho incoming board of
sors and that also is equally
"The idea of the revision is
to remove tho clogs and red-
tape, to increase the
ity of thoso elected to office to
make good ami increase the in- 1
lineament on the part of cap-
able men to run lor office."
Governor Troar. Hi
l'roHMiii it, nuk for a lurtier mid
more rtpreneututlvo body of oltljoni
rprifltlii orgHuUatloiiii, commercial
mid iwllticsl, ttUuitf the linen planned
by tin1 civic federation, to rouelilw the
ncUeili tu remodel I ho city charter.
Governor I'ruir tunned n lNtuiut
vtlerdmy nfiernuou following ii
lri( eoiirurBiiie Willi iiimuienl llltf
Mill Of (be iurrbjiU' nuuriittinui U.
('. I'nclifr'i, I'htttniiaii ot (he Damn
enute lerilturul renlrel unu ..,in. ii i
W. MMnirie. rkeirmaM of
. :. i . m. .. 1 w
ewn iwrnuriai temrai ana ,
iiuqjn wiMin.M ur in,, rinnii inurl '
I mvnen 111 u few I'lirreeulativei
Jiar.., ... ...i..i '...I. .1 . .
1 miin.iii mu aa in
tifer.'iit iwiiUiel panic ami liwuufw
Hrnaluiiuw, and a f.w ulber uf the,
mum fttwrel .'kaia.r, (.- .IImum Ike1
Imal urw nf ifMia4urv wiib (efeevaoe
In Ibe M ilmilir (ur ike ill) ul i
IUUHI) .if Illiliolulll," tll'l , Oukuf '
.mi Immiiiiai.ii fin il.. aul(k
"1'H W al. nl 111, (it (.fvliM.1
"Tbtf l. in .i' in. 1. a ,.ip. '
is id gci ns a uouy w.
gather ns posslblo bo that the new char
' if nnsi fa tirPtitrAil eiVieifl Viei
roprcscntativo of the sentiment of the
nconlo of tho city nnd county, and so
tho legislature, when It meets, may
that tho bill docs represent such
For Bepresontativo Body.
"Whilo I do not propose to select tho
members ot this larger body 1 plan to
tho, various organizations to select
their own representatives and then for
thoso to got together and form ono
body of perhaps members.
body can then, if it thinks possible L
act in mat way, appoint
to go into tho matter in greater
detail, collect the necessary Information
present it at the sessions of the
larger body for discussion, ijf that plan
followed, and also to disseminate in NO
formation so that tho public generally
become ncquaintcd not only with
what is being done with tho different
questions Hint mny arise, nnd tho arguments
for and against the different
"In other woras, the dcslro is to
make tho movement ono of the people
fnr as practicable. Tho subject is
that concerns every taxpayer and
resident on this island". If it is possible
to get a better charter, one that
bo more truly representative of
public sentiment nnd that will result
n moro efficient nnd economic govern
ment, that should bo done. all
"Tho purpose of this committee will
to study these questions with a view
discovering what, it anything, can
dono towards a bcttorment of the
local government. This is not a politi
movement, but is ono in which all
members of the two chief noliticnl nar
should bo equally interested nnd in
which both parties should bo repro
"There is a feeling on tho part ol
some Hint the movement originated
tho Democrats elected n maioritv
supervisors. That, however, is not
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uui, un tiiu tuuirui, iiiu movement
improved municipal conditions
would, and should bo begun just as'
much had the Republicans won nt tho
polls. There is also n feeling on tho
Dirt of Fomo thnt tho decision is to
hort the term of the incoming
board of supervisors, nnd that, nlso,
equally without foundation.
To Insure Popular Government.
"Tho idea of tho revision is not
only to bring about conditions which bo
will insure truly popular or representative
government in tho city and county,
but to obtain a charter which will
nicreaso the interest of tho voters of
city and coujity government by
inalung it worth whilo lor them to do
and also by removing tho clogs and
redtape, to increase tho opportunity of
those elected to office to make good and
increase the sentiment on the part of
capable men to run for office.
"There is no cut nnd dried plan for
new charter or for any particular at
feature of a new charter., It will bo
tho general committee to study into
question and see where, if at all,
improvements can bo made and to 1,
decide on tho features that may bo
proposed shall bo included, nnd what
shall bo excluded.
"Tho program, insofar as there is
program, is simply to havo u
roport in the common interest of
who dwell in tho city and county.
"This plan, in addition to having a
general committee thus investigate and
roport, is to ask tho nowspapors to
coopernto ns publicity.agents with the
privilege and invitation to attend all
meetings in order that they may acquaint
the public with what has been 23
tho progress made from tinio to time." "
Civic Federation's Work, 3,
Tho special committee recently appointed
by the civic federation has al
ready done much to interest tho people,
through various organizations, in the
proposed now city charter. A
coinmitteo has been formed
isslln the cnll for thn mnna mnntinir
which shall take in hand tho necessary j
wont uy committees, ns outlined uy
Governor Frcnr, has hold special meetings
nearly every day and hns taken
tho matter of interesting tho various
Hawaiian societies, as well as tho
commercial organizations, in the campaign,
with tho idea that this is a
matter lor all tuo people to consider
and not only a few of tho commercial
All improvement clubs nnd societies
hnve been or will ho asked to send
representatives, including tho Poolas,
Order of Kainohamehn, Knuikenouli,
IIul Oiwi, Court of Lunalilo and tho
nul Unionn, ns well ns n number of
women 's Boeioties, on tho ground that
illl citizens and taxpayers will bo "interested.
Tho good work which has been quietly
accomplished by tho civic fedorntiou
progressing and a meeting of tho
special committee) will bo held early
noxt week to determine upon tho date
of tho mass meeting and where it can
best bo hold and then to issuo tho call.
Following aro thoso who havo signed
tho call to date:
A. L. MncKnye, chairman; W. A.
Bryan. J. MA McChesnoy, O. 1 Hush,
Fred h. Wnldron, W. F. Dillingham, A.
H. It. Vioirn, W. C. Hobdy, S. II. Dole,
i;inl A. Hermit, r. .i. i.owrey, .m. a.
Griffiths, and M. M Si'utt. I
Honolulu, December 1, ,
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wrorgo vi OOI.OV, .iiiiiioii, "CM Jonylttcninnn will probnblv have quite n
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Title illiOAno is en ilungoroui and so
r:'ld In Its development thnt vry
uuituer of yoiin ehiiilroii nhoiild lie
piinwl fer tt. It U very rUky to
wail uutil tbn MtUuk uf eruup appenni
h.I IIiaii tuuiil far liiAllelli.i mill IaI Ihd
.Ml.l mlTar until il " Um nl.tnluail
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to all lu a a iaa. I'or tale by Hu
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Hawaii "-- 1 A4H.
TO CURE A 0010 IH ONE DAY
Tk UxiitJvn lituin.4 (Juiiijii
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JOBS SB TO
Three Before March and One Just
After Hilo Position the One
CHANGE . AT HONOLULU
Whether Governor or National
Committeeman Will Be Big
'" It " in Doubt.
By Ernest G. Walker.
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
WASHINGTON, November IS. From
over tho mainland politicians nre
beginning to tako notice nbout
By thnt is meant, of
course, the Democratic politicians and
they aio writing to tho postoillce de
partment to know when the four-year
commissions in tho postolliccs of" the
presidential class expire. Tho depart
ment is doing its utmost to answer
these requests, which, however, are becoming
so numerous as to be onerous.
There will undoubtedly bo similar in
terest in Jlnwnii, although tho
ces of tho presidential class in the
nitory nro only 10 and few of these
pav anything of a salary to the postmaster
Hut in due tinio tho department
will fill the places of these with
Democrats, presumably only after the
encumbents havo served out the four
year term for which thoy were
designnted by tho President and
confirmed bv the senate. It is to be
borne in mind that postmnstcra of. the
presidential class can bo removed but
there is small likelihood that they will
disturbed under the Wilson administration
till their terms aro oxpiring.
Honolulu and Hilo.
The two big postolliccs in tho Territory
worth while to tho encumbents
are, of course, Honolulu and Hilo.
Postmaster Joseph G. Pratt was
as postmaster at Honolulu, February
2o, 1910, which is less thnn two
years ago. Ho will probably bo permitted
to serve till into the year of
10H, for it is tho understanding hero
Washington that ho has been a very
Tho four year term nf Postmaster
George Desha at Hilo will cxpiro April
11)13, about a month nfter the new
Democratic administration comes in.
Very probably the Democratic postmaster
at Hilo will bo ono of tho first appointments
in tho Islnnds. The other
rrstmasters nf the presidential 'elasses',
third-class offices, in tho Hawaiian
Islands, and tho dates when their commissions
cxpiro nro as follows:
When Terms Expire.-'
John N. S. Williams, Kphulul, Maui,
April 1, 1013.
A. J. Stillman, Kohala, Hawaii, February
Arthur Waal, Lahaina, Maui, June
Frank Crawford, Lihue, Kauai, March
, 1913. . ,. .
David C. LindBay, Paia, Maui, rcli - 1
Timrv S. inl0.
rharlcs A. Do Cew, Waialua, Oalm,
February 18, 1913.
Moses T. Lyons, Wallultu, Maui, December
John II. Travis, waipanu, uanu, rw
ruary 20, :D10.
A ion niul F.wn. in uanu. woro
mcrly postoffices of the presidential
.-lass but eventually wcro relegated-back
to offices of tho fourth class. The
postmnsters of theso fourth class offices
nre now under tho civil service.
tho Dcmocrnts will attempt to dislodge
somo of them, but it is doubtful
whether public sentiment nnd President
Wilson will encourage such efforts.
Senate May Block.
Whether the department will name
postmasters at Wailuku, Kohala and
Waialua, nt all three of which the four
year terms will expire before the now
administration begins, is yet to be
demonstrated. President Tnft has said
recently that ho intends to fill most of
tlm nfTVinl vncancies as they occur
without regard to the politics of tho
known ns. first-class, nun
next administration. Ho is certain,
however, to be guided somewhat in that
connection by the attitude of the senate,
for the Democrats enn block the
confirmation of nominations if they so
Other Fat Jobs.
There nro several desirable federal
offices at Honolulu and in Hawaii, In
eluding thevcollector of customs, the
collector of intornnl revenue, both 0r
which aro comparatively recent appoint-
ninnt. the Unite uPtntes d'strlct
nev nml severnl others. It will hnve to
bo established, of course, sooner or
later, whom the President will
'"."" V " ""t,
c ,, onal com-
vnleo, but ifopnuiienn rreniuoiii iiih
relied much upon tlio Governor of tho
li ril. -. rAHAiinlrtllll
lu ..lilting time rccomuiendntloii
ivomliw " ! wmething or rajum
In tint ttart nlf m regs unwniiiiii -
In tho Senate.
Wild auuruueae that the teuato will
be nemocitHl'1 flr March i ami Hint
I ll.ilii.IMta Im W,ll leUfMnlW. kOllie H
1 uiailan luiiiuii aiiaeLei la lb tunir
mm nf llif vnrioue .min.iiMrr.ewi.leu
i 1. .......a. of iMutii'
, uamlle Hawaiian uutttrr.
' Ulai.iU nd li.rln Hlco, whMi haaflw
iMiM'h MuwHiiati .nlun, aieuaiur Jae
1 , ' I I'larlie, of Arkaiii.iev Ihj fkaJf
. ..... if t. ....... ..... I'l'i""' ...in ulher
Uium deelralMe iiiineui. n
Ull Hubert I. llii, ol iHiUUOU."
and llun.aii I H.l.i ! I InH'ia
a. 1L.1 (Lu. fauklua llei.i'"ll nt Ibei'
iWuiaUIM la Ike let naaiwl
l'M'lenl'ldl Heueler KuiuiM4 M
Olu.Mieae, vt huflb amliaa, will I"
tliKiM '' Ibe Bel..e vwMiMilMa
MMb ieaJlw lallf II I. a iifi
time a lot
Gamblinc in two different Chlnoso
joints was broken up last night by re
porters connected with Tho Advertiser,
one of the cames bcinir conducted in
tho notorious Pauahl street building
which hns often been raided during tho
past four years.
Tho police detectives, ns well as Tho
Advertiser, havo been collecting .evidence
against this nnd other joints
along Hotel, Maunnkea and Niiuanu
lur several weeks, the evldcnco
hewing that notorious gamblers nro
running the games, the majority of
whom' have been frequently baled"
the police magistrate.
While the polico hae made no move
lately to gain entrance to these joints,
thev with The Advertiser have been
watching closely the movements of
those connected with tho gambling
houses, tho means of entrance and exit
mil particularly certain scciet means
of leaving the rooms -when raidod or
menaced by the police. The watchmen
and the backers aro being spotted.
It was rumored last night that at
least two of the gambling houses would
bo closed for tho present owing to tho
secret activity of those who hnve bocn
engaged in collecting evidence.
The gambling Iioubo on Puilahi street
has been particularly under surveillance
ind informers havo given damaging
evidence which may bo oon laid before
tho grand jury. The watchmen
are becoming moro and moro daring
and now stand on the sidewalks nnd
'ct in the gamblers who give a sign
that they aro O.K. Valo locks nro
opened by tho wntelimen and this is
prima facie evidence to those who
guard the inner, doors that tho oues
coming are boua fide player who havo
passed the outer guard. One within
the street dooi, the pulleys connecting
with tho stairense barricaded doors aro
rnnkod nnd tho several doors are open
to the player.
The watchmen at the different games
linvo been carefully identified and can
now bo arrested at any tinio.
The uncertainty of tlm laws with re
gard to arresting ganiolcrs has made
the polico adopt this now means to
circumvent tho bankers of tho big
Sheriff Jnrrett will ask the legislature
to pass a new "barricaded door
law" which will enable him to mako
raids in a much easier manner, nnd
will ask thaat tho law definitely sot
forth that a barricaded door is prima
facio evidence of tho fact that tho
rooms aro devoted to gambling. Tho
supervisors will also bo asked to amend
the present building law to bring the
barricaded door feature into it and
thereby mako it a violation of that Inw
to have barricaded doors in n building.
Tho polico have been diligont in
keeping on tho track of the gambling
houses but have been discouraged con-
Kiiderably by tho small fines imposed
uiun mo men arrested and ljy tho
necessity of being compelled to prove
too much in tho court.
Some of tho gambling houses, particularly
thoBO on PaunM BtToct and
Hotel streets, aro reported to havo
made thousands of dollars during tho
From Saturday Advertiser.
A number of friends of Vnited States
Judge Sauford 15. Dole, former presi
dent of the Hepublic of Hawaii and tho
'nrst oi uman uiiucr tno
Aincricuii flag, met with Governor
Frear yesterday morning at tho exec
utive building, together with a committee
consisting of Messrs. F. A.
W. O. Smith and R. W. Shingle,
and presented tho Torrey oil portrnit
of Mr. Dole, which was liung upon the
wall of tho lobby outside tho Governor's
offices, where it is now in company
with the portraits of former rulers of
tho old monarchy of Hawaii, including
the Knmehnmehas and and
In presenting the portrait of Mr.
Smith, on behalf of the coinmitteo, addressed
the Governor bb follows:
"Friends of Sanford 15. Dole havo dc.
sired thnt his portrait should havo
permanent place in the Capitol, and
wcro much gratified that this met with
"We, a coinmitteo representing theso
friends, take great pleasure in now
presenting to the Territory the portrait
to bo preserved and havo a place with
tlie portraits of others who occupied
high office nnd rendered distinguished
service in the public allairs of Hawaii.
"Tills act, and tins tribute, is not
only in honor of our eminent fellow-citizen
but it is an honor to tho people
of these Islands.
"It is duo oursolvcs nnd to thoso who
follow us, thnt tho memory of thoso
who havo. served tho stato with distinction
"It is an added pleasure that this
is afforded whilo Mr.
opportunity . . . , r.. . , . . i . .
"olo " c"ve service ami not
lefcrre,l to Inter years nfter ho has
B,B- .., ... .....
till) Vitl" tll 'HV tMWl(l
"Mr. Smith, on behalf nf tho
I gladly accept from yon and
your committee and tho generous donors
represented by your committee this
vary excellent portrait (it Mr. jjoio
This presentation fulfils a hope long
oiitertniiicd by uiyaeir anil ninny others.
"It it, n you htiite, eminently fitting
that tho memory of one who has stood
''; coiihj.leuouily for dlitiiiijulilic.1
? . rullluj ,;,; ,d . ,,,, " ..
","j ,ii. Tiii. i V;...,.. ... ..!..
limuMe JH IIU IM ft liyittlMMWMV IIIHVV
on tlieeu walli le iutIviw not ulniin
from the Ulh ulllcn wl.ii'b hi' fllli'd mi
Iuur aad m ably in th!. building, but
aki) (row th" hi Ii'' ideule awd pure put
riolU.u wlili Ii have ilierclerl4d lile
entire carver IhiII. an an nfrtrlal and ae
r'tlrn Ii U of thla Hint tlie
paople nf tli' llnd in iliue honor
lu In in, hum r tl.eiiit.dv.
i ') elu.nu' ul.l Uml Dili iiHuyiiilluii
.. he ulvan Mr. Kole liH be le yel
iiuhih, um i erii'"i'in '"lereeuiii
m ar h C ' "iai weaeior
l.elun f T. will l.u i'lliriuu
.- aiui -Ui. an n.rel ......
u III re w Hawaii ualea Nrkeln. Till
WW m Mudl. I aiullne a I... .. H.
jlawki". Ilum- l Imi lun In hi , i
fa.,lriWJb,fal,W.i...w.it,JH.,te,a tu l&&&ll!BfrMi