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Tear of Trouble with Approach of
Huerta" Forces to Givo Battle
with Rebels Near Border Causes
Government War Department
to Get Ready to Protect
Lives and Property.
(By Federal Telegraph.)
VERA CRUZ, Mexico,
19. (Special to The
Advertiser) The battleship
New Hampshire was dispatched
to Tuxpan today under "full
speed" orders. This action was
at the request of the commander
of tho battleship Louisiana
which has been at Tuxpan
since last week. No explanation
of the sudden naval movement
was made at the United
States consulate here, but it is
believed tho situation at Tuxpan
which Jhe rebels have been
menacing for ten days has
A WINGTON, November 20.
ll.y Associated Press Cable)
Two sinister events connected
with the military and naval hitt
nations around Mexico attracted
interest in Washington today.
General liliss was authorized by
the war department to detain indefinitely
the Second jtegiment of
Cavalry at Fort Bliss and tho
Fifty Cavalry at Fort Iluiiuhuea,
Both these regiments me within
striking distance of the border,
They were under orders Ui pro
eeed north and iclieve tho two
regiments recently ordered to
Texas for border duty.
It is believed that this change
in plans has been made following
the pointing out by Senator Shepherd
and Representative Henry
of the danger which threatens the
populous city of K Paso, directly
across (he line from .Itinre, iitf
well as other important towns
and cities along the border in
Texas due to the reported approach
of a large force of Federals
to engage tlie
forces who are in control of
the Mexican side of the border.
It would require but very little,
said these gentlemen to precipitate
trouble and Texas border
cities without ample military
would be in grave danger.
They urged the necessity of keeping
tho entire four regiments on
The other move was that of
hurriedly ordering the battleship
New Hampshire to go to the aid
of the bnltlcbhip Louisiana at
Tuxpan, Vera Cnu.
THIRTY ARE SAVED
FROM BURNING STEAMER
LONDON, November 1!. (Ily Associated
Press Cable) Tho battleship
Irou Duke toilny rescued thirty people,
from the burning steamer Scotsdyke off
the Isle of Wight. All on board weru
(lly ', eless Telegraph.)
PAULS, Nor , ier 111. (Special to
The Advertiser Tho newspaper Matin
announced to.lnv it lias secured positive
iuformation that William J'. McCtiinlil
has dcllnitch refused the Ainerirnii
ambassadorship to Prance.
Allen, a New York lawyer, I mentioned
ob a probablo successor to If. T. Merrick,
tho jirCHOjit ambassador,
(Ily federal Wireless Telegraph,)
LQXDO.V, November 111. (Special to
The Advertiser) The militant branch
of tho nuffragitlo organisation li tinny
raining nil armv in the Kmt Ibid of
Irfindou In fureo the government to
yield to their ilitiimmiii, Hylvla
mi,ui i i thin at a meeting Hill
M I' i i mi lil he "army" it
to b ' ti command of Sir I 'ran
i In , v.l, , aii of (hi) Tainl
liuvhi l.iitM..nir iiineltt n thg iiur
War, ii" will have mvih uriuy
era ui uwtUt lilni.
'It it im Juke," nlm nnld. i Wh hm
iMeix in wirmsU. At'm tu out
Mliny in trulllM W tlllll pU lj WM
treatment u Ur llilwoiu Pminhi Siw
the Ortnnfiiiiiwi, T1t guvtituiiiai wlf
lunie to fin ulhiilUK 'J' Wv)
Hawaiian r,A7nrr in " A i Mm IV M - SFMl WFPKLY
Marked Affection Shown Ameri-i
can Representative by
CITY OF MKXICO, November
20 -Hy Ahsouiiiteil Press Cable)
Provisional President lliieiln,
the iruiiilwnded, dictator of
(hiring an ofllcinl reception at
the- tVutionuI Piilnue here last
night, left his iilnee nt tlie head
or the banquet tnhlo nifd walking
to jvliere Charge d'A flu ires
United States, stood, urusped hitn
by the right hand and with his
free ni aVectionntely embraced
that official after tlio fashion of
the Mexican people in expressing
their guild will toward a friend.
This uulooked for proceeding
over, Hiierta with upiui&ud glass
proposed a toast to "The American
himself to show that he discriminated
against mentioning the
American government. 'J'he tonst
whs responded to witli a will.
(lie ollienil reception tonight
was attended by all foreign diplo.
malic repiesentalives now in the
City 1 of Mexico.
BRITISH SQUADRON OFF
1 FOR MEXICAN WATERS
11). (Ily Associated l'reis Coble)
The llritisli squadron, consisting of
the warships .Suffolk, Lancashire ami
licrwlek, has been peremptorily ordered
to Vera Cm?, where sixteen warships
of four nations will bo assemble,! In
case of an outbreak of Mexican
with the Unlteil Htatei.
SAN THANClSiVO, November !!.
(11 Associated I'renn Oible) A 1''
perate mutiny aboard the llritisli
freiphter .Santa llosalia, which tlcared
from this iort last ulpht, caused the
vessel to ut 1mek today, and tho remainder
of a day of cxoltBinent broiijjht
out circuinatanriN reminiscent of pricay.
The S.inta Itosnlln cleared for
Mit after RCtlnj; cljrht miles out
anchored and returned to port today.
Twelve firemen and five seamen mutinied,
ullecini; excessive hours. Nine
armed men from the rovenue cutters,
Ooldcn (late, and MeC'ulloupli guarded
tho vessel's hatches today to prevent
the mutineers fiom deserting while, warrants
were being sworn' out for their
arrest. They will be chnrged with inn
tiny on tlio high sens.
Providing you havo uny interest eou
pons which have matured on March 1,
last, or siileo then, there are certain
formalities which must bo followed before
they can be enshed lit any of tin
local hanks. This Is due to the federal
income tax law, which in now in
Following a joint meeting of representatives
of the Hank of Hawaii,
Bishop and Company, the Hank of
Honolulu, I'irst National Hank of Hawaii,
J'irst Americnii Savings and
Trust Company, Henry Waterliounn
Trust Company, Trent Trust Company
nnd tho (luardian Trust Company, no-licit
has been given to their depositors,
customers and correspondents regulating
the cashing of coupons.
The full Information Concerning (his
transaction will be found in n stale,
uehi'in ibis morning's Advertiser, in
air oflirial nihertlsfinent signed by thu
"eleven principal banks of the city.
- , .
WAbHINflTON, Nowrober 8.- Tor
tho first, ,tfnio incete fflsjoric conference,
(lovsrijors at tho Vx'liifo House,
at wlilrh the conservation movement
started five years ago," a national report
is to be made, showing just what
ednserration Las' accomplished lit the
different' Htfatt;,!. A national
clrtirlng house will nnsemble nt
the New Willard Hotel ou Holiday, November
li", the, 'day before tho big
congress Opens. This clear-fug
h6iiso will bu innite up it conservation
e'olimissioifers from till tho states.
The name "of tho organisation Is "The
National Association of Conservation
ConnniMlloners.' Dr. (Jeorce K. Coil-
dra of Lincoln, Nebraska, is Its' president.'
Thu commissioner will 'diseusa
what has been done in their States
since the White House conference, nnd
will exchange ideils and plans for car
rying thu work into other mutes. This
national clearing house will meet with,
tho conservation congress every year.
la the opinion of Mr., I'ohlmaiin, the
importer, the best pen of layers in (he
chicken family reached hero for his
poultry yards by (ho I.urlino on Mon
day. T hese birds of tho Leghorn breed
are 011 exhibition in the window at ll
U. Hall &. .Son today only nnd should
be seen by tuuno interested In unultrv.
They are not show birdn, only lirnt clann
utility iiirdn with egg records of two
nun, Ire, I eggs and over in a season, one
of them has a record of INI. and that
is what makes them valuable. The
male bird, a ttoaderfully igoroun follow,
in the progeny of a two hundred
and forty one egg bird.
Thene rhiikeun were imported by Mr.
I'olilnmiin with a. iew to building up
thu already ojculleiit yards of the Ma-MM
IlfiKlitn I'millry Kuiieli. To the
beghorus that raino on the l.urlluu will
be milled u iwu 0f (, ajn8 Drplug
low. Ttw Intent of the uwiim at Ike
Wfflllry raaeli is In neeurtt niwllly rtlir
llH.n (jwnnthy, H sHn im It fnl uf
IJlmjiS tut the yjsJ. mv Jim be)
fpHlprl Im tw UtaHaa ind PuLJiHatiii
wsll7 paying WMttxU
Carranza Ends Negotiations With,
Hale and Leave Nogalcs to
Rejoin His Troops.
NOOAUM, Konora, Mexico, NWm
bcr 20. (Ily Assoeiated 1'resrf Cable)
(lenerul Curranrn, couiiuauding tin?
CoiiktitutioiiaU'l forces, practically
severed his rulittioiii with thu United
Stales yesterday afternoon, when, nc
mmpauied by his ofllcinl stnlT and aids,
he left 011 a special train for tho south
tu join his troops. Karlier in the day,
Dr. Ilnyard Hale, special representative
Sent herd' from the state depaVtulent nt
Washington. IU' confer with 'Uitrranza
and si'i'K' tan adjustiueiit of the Mexi
can situation, took his departure for
Negates, Arizona. '
Keen at that place last night 'Doctor
Hale refused to discuss the conditions'
under which the 't.iegotiatioutr' came to
nli end, stating simply -that ho had
forwarded his Veport tu Wushiligtoii. It
was couiirtiicil, howeier, tliat'iill negotiations
lilire been cancelled. 'Carranra
under no "condition would listen to any
talk of compromise that had for its
aim tho recognition any way 6f llucrtn
or any of tin) so-called "Scientificoes"
whom the Constitutionalists claim nri
backing Htiertii in his fight to retain
control of the Mexienn go eminent.
What eiFeet the severing of rotations
by tho Constitutionalists will l,ae on
the lives And property of Americans In
Honora nnd other States controlled by
the rebels is difllcult to foresee.
M f. 1- I
Acting City Prosecutor Chilling-worth
Says jHo Has Been Acting
Tho surprising fact was brought out
yesterday that Charles P. C'hlllingworth,
has been acting as assistant city proe
cutor and handling a good portion of
the city business in the Honolulu pollen
courts for the pnst several months, without
eouiK'iisatlon, and, to use his own
words yesterday, "without hope uf compensation."
This wns brought out when Senator
Cliilllngwortb asked that It be denied
that he hud anything to do with tho
prosecution of the gambling chalet
against An I.in Tim In tho police court.
Tho latter, it will be remembered, Is"
now in the hands of the federal ollicers,
(harped with aiding uud abetting in the
sale of unstamped opium. This is said
by some to be the plight An finds him
self in, following an allege, frameup on
Sail Kai, a Chinese merchant, by the
gambling hui in Honolulu. Sau Kni wa
instrumental in tho arrest of the gambler.
City Attorney Cathcart is defending
Au. l.ln Tim beforo tho United
"I wish to deny that I had anything
to do with the prosecution of An l.ln
Tim in tho police court," said Senator
Chilliugworth yesterday. "It is truo
that I havo been acting s assistant
city prosecutor. I have not received
any compensation for it, nor havo I
nny hope of coinjicnsntioii, Tho city1
Is not paying me. I have simply lieeu
helping the city attorney's ollice. This
has been going on for several months.
I havo uuilu no arrangements as to
compensation, nnd had not given tho
matter any thought."
Pertinent Questions by C. G. Boc-
kus in Ad Club Address on
(I'roni Thursday Advertiser.)
"Who's getting the benefit"
This was the main question that was
ashed by C. 0. lloekus in his talk oil
"Home Iluying" before the members
uf the Ad Club ut their weekly luncheon
held at noon yesterday. Tliero was
a good attendance at thu meeting. Mr.
Ituckus eited us au instance the curiosity
of thu buying public, thu cousumeis,
to know what is becoming of the money
thnt is supposed to bo saved as a result
of the operation of the new turiff law.
He poiuted out that a few weeks ago it
was published that a consignment of
meat wns received here from Australia
just as the tariff bill went into effect.
As a result, a tariff duty to tho amount
of approximately $l,(H)ii was remitted
011 this shipment, ho said. ,
"Where did this niouey go J" asked
Mr. llockus yesterday. Tho effect, so
far as he, as a consumer, was concerned
had not yet become noticeable in his
monthly pient bill or the daily price of
his lieefsteaTv or chops.
Mr. lloekus insisted that he is per
foMly in symiinthy with this movement
to encoiirnge home buying, but he maintained
that it Is up to the merchant to
take the buyer Into his confidence to
more extent, to tell hfm the "why" of
prices quoted and to present facts
showing where it is to the advantage,
.... 1. 11.. , . .. n r
,1 i, 01 me consumer, to
do his trading at home. His remarks
er listened to with Interest.
Mr. Swift, n live member of ll, Rn
dose Ad Club spoke briefly praising the
Honolulu organization for the interest
its members take in the t ti
V. It. rarrington, president of tho
club, presided, A special program is
being arranged for tho big Thanksgiving
meeting to lie held next Wednesday,
At that tillle the nucstlnu nt ,!,, ,,.:,,,.
the time of meeting to Tuesday of each
week will be dlsciinied.
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ST. I'KTKItmiUltO, November ill.
Orand Duke Alexis, the eight year-old
Caarevitrh, had a ec.im from
death today when he was thrown from
au autniiinldle when it rullided with
(Ily IVdoral Wlrylonn Telegraph.)
I1BIJI.IX, ,NurW'r Ilk (tijxv)ul to
Tim AiWeillN'rWAn ufllalal drua
.f lJ"l .,uJW & !"' JJ'M'Jtr Dial 1I19
"ur u mini mutini li. Ik
ifr nnuil noii. viun tu bring null
UNCLE SIM WELCOMES
Vnl!l''JTOV oemlr '-'i
rllv Assoi luted I'ro t able) Wei
eomu nowH was received here jester
day aiiuuiiiieiug that the llritisli
government has ordered three
cruisers now stationed at West
India ports to proceed nt mice to
Vera Cruz. with the
fart that (Icruinuy, Trance and .la
pan also have war vessels now on
the way to Mexican waters, will it
is beheved havo the effect oil
llucrtn of showing that the feeling
has betouie general that he will not
be able to protect rjrelgners In
Mexico. Despite the news coming
from tho Mexunn capital last night
that Huerta at the ofllcinl reception
Indicated his determination to hold
oil mid auiHiumed that he is pre
pared to convene the new congress,
the belief is strong here thnt the
dictator is rajddly formulating plans
tending to Ins abdication.
Triangular Scrap Over Aloha Aina
Transfer Develops Some
(Prom Thursday Advertiser 1
Announcing that he had helped draft
the existing liquor license law, which
lives thy various boards of lieenso
almost arbitrary powers, but
that tho vv would not stand even a
fifteen-minute test before the Supreme
Court of tho United States as to its
constitutionality, .Judge George A,
Davis made 11 stirriiig plea beforo the
board of ommissioiicrn yesterday at
noon, lie was not attacking tho law,
particularly, mid his announced belief
in its unconstitutionality wns incidental
only to 11 plea on behalf of a client,
8. Ichiyama, who requests the transfer
to him of tho cafe license now held by
Mrs. Klemmo of the Alulia Aina, in
ICakaijko. It tvAs a three-cornered hearing
tho board sat through, with .ludgo
Davis arguing for Ichiyama, Attorney
Draw 11 arguing for Usui i: Company's
right to becuro the transfer of the
Klenlme licensu to them, and Judge
Humphreys; arguing for the Anti-Saloon
I.eiiL'iie against the granting ot either
A number of surprising tilings de-
eloped in the (ouise of tho urgument.
er one thing, Orawn announced that
ho had been advised by a member of
the commission what to do in his course
in jitirsuit of the license which had
twice before been refused Usui & Company.
Judge lliunplneys opened tho
way for an explanation by suggesting
that (Jzawa must, have' misunderstood,
but no meinbe.i: ,nf thoieominissiou took
udvautnge of tlii,to e'xplain how Ozawa
coilld have grounds for his statement,
Senator Wlrtz.took 11 hand in tho proceedings,
not officially as a senator or
as chairman ot the civil service com.
mission" but us layman-adviser of Mrs.
Klemine, and ho uud .ludgo Davis had
a orbal battle. George W. I'aty, agent
of tho Anti-Saloon League, entered 11
general olijectlon to the two petitions
in nnd also took execution to the hiirh
value placed ujinn 1h Klemmo license,
tor which thu twit parties stood eaei
willing to pay tS.'iOU, nii oll which, us
option money, each had already put up
"What value has this lieenso any
howl" asked I'aty. "It lias only n few
months to rim and I contend that it has
no property alue, whatovnr."
"It has all tlio value of a: vested
right," said Judge Davis, but took that
back later and claimed that tho valuo
consisted in the goodwill of the busi
The main point !n tho whole discus
sion, and the one which tho coinmis
sisners finully decided to refer to tho
attorney general, w"a the right of tho
commission to allow thn transfer of 11
cafe liuens,o and in the transfer reissue
it as a wholesale license. Thnt tho
commission had 11a such right under
the liivv was thu issue raised by Judgu
The situation, so far as it could bo
uutnngleil, is this: The commissioners
have renewed the Klcmme license on
the grounds that Mrs. Klemmo should
be allowed adequate' time to dispose of
..v. ",,3,,1,-p., it Meiug ukiiiusi me policy
of the board to grant licenses to women.
She gave Charles Chillingworth a ten
days' option, which Chillingworth transferred
to Davis as attornev for Ichi-
jama. On the evo of tho expiration of
the option, Davis paid down 4.1000, to
00 eoiinteii upon tun purchase price, in
the meanwhile filing au application
with tho board for a transfer of tho
license, his understanding being thnt
the deal would be completed when the
noani ncteit favorably.
Taty Would Cancel License.
Wirt?, who represented Mrs. Klomiuu
had a different idea audlstatcd that tho
deposit miiMt lie. .regarded as a forfeit,
to wlilcli u.ms took vigorous exception
Then Wht declared tho option can
ceneii nun gave uvui .. Voumiiiiv au
option, taking finui) down, and on tho
strength of this option the latter corporation
applied for a transfer of the
license, aiiuoiiiieiug that they regarded
the issiiauio of a wholesale license to
them for a business to be conducted on
Ither street as logical and 1o be regard
ed an the transfer of a enfo lifelike now
In force In Kakaako.
The petition of Aehiyairia is also for
a wholesale license and when I'atv filed
bin blanket objection Chairmnii Castle
asked him whether, from tho standpoint
of the Uugue, a
wholenalo license could be regarded un
as bud an a mfe license. I'aty
Hint he thuiight the eafe license
tho wurnt, lint offered a way out.
"Tli license ban only until Juno to
nui," he said. "Irtii ,Mr. Kleimuo
keep her lUeu.n until it i wu and then
let 1 he Wwiil lafHjri to Tentm it."
,'!'!)! 8V; Ifjiutli uf Hftt, It U
ruii) Hew tilt rati in Ike w
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' ' flUJi III 111'
SEES GOOD IN
Business Interests Look for Trade
Expansion Following Its Enactment,
Says James D, Dole,
James I). Dole, jiresident of the
I'inenpple Company, who returned
this week from a business trip to
the mainland, looks for an expansion
in business following the enactment of
tho Currency Hill. ,
"Huslness Interests on tho
said Mr. Dole yesterday, "consider
tho Currency Ulll tho most Important
legislation of recent years.
Hunkers mid legislators are nt variance
as In whether the issues of tho central
bank should or should not bo guarantee
d by the government. The passage
of this law will Undoubtedly be followed
by uu expansion along nil lines
Speaking of tho piiienpple situation
Mr. Dole said he had no announcement
or prediction to make, as hd could not
teo into the future. ''
Head of Civil Service Commission
onisiri of Supervisor's.
(rrom Thursday Advertiser.)
Some surprise is manifested by tlio
members of tho civil Keryico commission
over the manner in which members
of tho board of supervisors jumped upon
the repoit, suggestions and recommenda
tions of (he commission at their meeting
Tuesday evening. They believe that
it Is well within tlio province of the
commission to make recommendations
for tho betterment of the service in tho
police and fire departments, and (hat
tho supervisors Should buck up the
"Wo stand for eflicicncy in the personnel
of tlio dcparti2nts, " said Chairman
Wirtz yesterday, "but the
of thu personnel is largely dependent
upon tho efficiency of tbri
Also we aro siijiiosed to be responsible
for tho ellieieucy and discipline
in tho departments, but how can
this be when tho supervisors hold we
havo only the right to examine applicants
for positions and say when they
shall be suspended or discharged. If
we aro really responsible for the baby
we should have some control over it between
birth and death."
More Policemen Needed.
Chairman Wirtz staled that it was
imperative to have more men on the
police force, and tlio recommendations
made to the supervisors for this purpose
would entail an added expense fof
about $20,000 a year. At present there
aro only eight policemen on watch at
night within tho city proier, he said.
Also, ho said, the city absolutely
needs more polleo boxes, firo alarms and
especially flro hydrants.
In tho ery introduction of tho
of the commission to tho supervisors
tlio commissioners stnto that It
is their aim mid ambition to bring thu
ellieieucy Of the two municipal
to the highest lsjssiblo standard.
The commission says it hopes no blamo
will be attached to it for making a
study of the efliciency, "or rather lack
of ellieieucy," In the departments, and
then proceeds, to make the recommendations
which It thinks would raiso tho
departments to a higher standard.
Supervisors Resent Activity.
Hut at the meeting of the supervisors
theso suggestions by the civil servico
commission were dissected, jumped on
and macerated. The fact that tho coin-mission
made such recommendations
was resented, whilo tho small ex(ense,
report was allowed onlv in part, $150
for printing being disallowed alto
gethor, and this the commissioners may
be called upon to pay out of their private
In the report on the recommendations
submitted by thu ways and means committee
of the supervisors, the committee,
among other assertions, sa)s that:
"If wo allow1 tho powers assumed by
the coimuUsion to go unchallenged, wo
would bo negligent in our duty. The
board has been elected to have entire
control of the twin departments, except
as otkerwiso provided,'1 . ;$444
This report of tlio committee denies
the right of the chief engineer of tho
fire department to inako reports to tho
commission, and tho same with the head
of the police force. In conclusion tho
"The report contains suggestions for
legislation In making up a yearly budget.
As a report of the civil servico
commission it Is out of place. It
to ns, strictly speaking, thnt such
use of power is n usurpation of tho
powors of tho board of fniwrvisors,
which the board is bound, by the powers
granted to it, to prevent. Kspeclally
is this the caso witli the, act accepting
olllciul reports from the chief engineer
of the flro dcmrtinout and
of tho iki.Ico and fire alarm. It
wan probably dona without duo consideration,
and when called to the
ofho commission tho error will
The committee report was adopted
ULauimcusly, nnd the findings uf tho
supervisors will be sent to tho commission,
along with n decision by County
Attorney 1'. h. Weaver, defining tho
powers of tho commission, which ho
holds are, very limited.
GOVERNOR TENER BECOMES
PRESIDENT OF LEAGUE
lIAItlllSmUKI, Pennsylvania, Ko-ember
IU. (lly Associated I'renn
Cable) Tho National Hasebnll League
today offered its presidency to .lohu K.
Toner, Ooveriior of IVnunj Ivanlu.
After a brlsf euunlderiitioii, (Invvrnnr
Tenor uiVepted the uller, lie nucieedn
Thiiiiiii .1. I,) iich. TenerV nalary an
iiliwiileiit of the Nutlonal Uuitun will
bn 4M,U0ii h j Mr. He ban fourteen
iHuutlm of hi uuberiiHlorial term yet
10 wnrti tail ibjre In nothing u pr,.
ytU.! bin lioldfim luilk urttf.n, 'rVuer
in a fsrmcr rafToiiu jdnycr.
3hcriff Jarrott Recognizes Efficient
Services; Approved by Civil
I'rom Thursday Advertiser.)
Commending tho course of Sheriff
Jnrrett in calling fir-nil outstanding
)olice commissions and in carefully inquiring
into tint character of the new
ones issued, the civil service roininis
slod last- night also went on record ns
belngfheartily in accord with tho slier
Ill's action in denying the application
of Clarence D. i'rluglc for n speclnl
jiollce commission for tipper Palolo Val
A routine meeting of tho civil srvicn
board was heliL last night nt the super
visors' chambers, Commissioners Wirt,
Ktrjttlica and Secretary IlulTnudrjad being
' Whch tho matter of Clarence 1).
application for a special poliee
commission for Upper 1'abdo Valley
enme u, a communication from the
sheriff wns rend in which the
"whs reported denied. r
"It seems tn'lnve beeti tho practisi
in the past." stntcd Chairman Witts',
"to issue these special eominisjlofn to
fnost anyone who would tis"k for one.
In many eases abuses' would b Inndc
of tho privileges which are given to the
wearers of these badgei. Iii the fiituro
no specihl police badges will be Issued
unless tho party applying lor same is
qualified to perform thrt functions' that
this tmdgo gives hiin."
The action of Sheriff Jarrett int
liobert 'Sw'aden to the ollice of
inspector of Weights And measures nnd
J. J. DnVight td"thi position of lectiv'
lug clerk ii( tho police station was
by the board.
''The nppoinllfient of John Mcl'liorson
to tho position of mounted patrolman
was1 npproWd. Ho stood the higheU
61I (be civil service list of cligibles.
The sheriff reported the suspension
for thirty daya of H. W'nhincaca, a
guard at1 Onhii jail, Drunkenness and
fighting with were the
The appeal of Patiolmaii A. Dank-berg,
who wns suspended by Sheriff
Jnrr"tt, will be heard by the commission
nt the senate chamber next 1'ridny
afternoon nt two o'clock or Saturday
morning at eight-thirty o'clock.
The meeting adjourned until Xov ember
Man Accused of Murder of Brave
Officer Will Bo Brought Into
(rrom Thursday Advertiser.)
Harry Francis lTurgubon, charged
with tho murder of Olllcer Abreu, will
appear before Jndgo Ifobinson in tlio
circuit lourt for trial nt oighMhlrty
o'clock this morning. A vnnlrvjiJ tides'
men has been summoned to appear at
that time for jury duty. Tho tiuil ut
"Huron" von Woellsworlh, arrested
several weeks ago 011 charges of gross
cheat, is also oil tho calendar for this
morning before Judge Itobiiisou, but it
ptobubly will be luiitinuud.
Savtdgo Fined Five Dollars.
William Snvidge yesterday pleaded
guilty to speeding his automobile and
was lined in the sum of five dollars by
Judge W. .1. ltobinson for tlio offense,
C'cftts ot court, tu tho tifuo of three dollars
and fifty cents, were also tax"ed
against Savidge. IIo was beforo tho
judgu 011 a Commitment from the district
court of Honolulu.
"Iteally, until I pleaded guilty this
morning," said b'uvldgo yesterday, "1
never knew that 1 was a speeder. I
know that if my mnehlno was over td
run nt the rate ot twenty miles an hour
it would fall to pieces. 1 was really
innocent of tho chaige, but, worse luck,
1 could not prove it."
Kirk 11. 1'orter, on a liko charge, put
ii)i a gaiiant uetense, nut .imigo
'found him guilty and suspended
(lentciico for thirteen mouths 011 tlio
secretary of the territorial board of
lienltu. 1 lie costs amounting to three
dollars and fifty cents were taxed
against I'ortei1, however.
Hocklnp Found Not Guilty.
A. Hocking, who had been fined
dolluw in tho district court,
alter ucuig iouiul guilty by Judge .1.
M. Mousarrat 011 a charge of speeding
his automobile 011 tho streets ot Honolulu,
was yesterday found not guilty
when his case, on appeal, was tried bo.
fore .ludgo ltobinson.
All these cases wero heard jury
wul veil. Tho 0110 charge against -M.
Montgomery and two against Jack
Scully, also charged with automobile
speeding, wero yesterday continued tu
Voshinolm Kawamoto yesterday
pleaded guilty before Judge ltobinson
to tho two charges against him for
passing certain bank checks. On tho
first charge of forgery ho was sentenced
tu four months" in jail, a fine
uf ten dollars nnd to pay costs lu the
sum of three dollars and fifty cents,
while ou tho second charge ho hnd sentence
suspended for thirteen mouth.).
Tho pleas' of Vee Kyung Sou to the
three charges against hiin for passing
lord checks will bu made beforo
Judge Iloliiiirnu 011 Saturday morning
nt nine o'clock.
FAREWELL LUAU TO
W. T. Donnolly, tho N'cw York designer
of tho lloolann, is to bo the
giiot of honor at u liittn In be given
011 Sun, lay ut noun nt tlio jnrdn of the
marine railwnj, at which the lio.ts will
be the murine railway men, bonded by
Superintendent l.yle. The limn will Im
In the nut urn uf a funuvell to lis
noted engineer nnd lUtigimr nnd a
number nf pioiulucut elieiu will l
nuiuiii; tin) guenU.
Illnliimiix), Y,, U talJIiu fur n law
n rliolilo I ho r!IIJIillWlllJ' tVj Ufl.Ml
mil ililukur tu work jiiuTJo afirajr Mt
wagon lu thu ujpeit uT (Mr Ttmlht.
ASK POLICE TO
PUT END TO
Japanese Press of Honolulu Cen
sures Dotoctivo Department for
Allowing Games to Run
in Moiliili Without Making an
Effort to Havo Them .Closed
' (Krnnf Thursday A'dvcrtiser.)
' The renewal of tlie! most dangerous
form of gninbllug thu lottery
nnd two or three jjises of bankruptcy
aiiiung the prominent Jnpanese business
men nio madu the subject of a warm
attack 011 the police department and
especially on Captain of Detectives Mc-Dullie,
onco nguin back in "control"
of the gambling situation, by all four
Japanese newspapers. Tho Haw-all Ho-chi
yesterday denounced the police vigorously
for the resumption of the gambling
and the apparently inert attitude
taken toward It by tho detevthe department
following the relinquishment
ot its louimumr by Deputy .Shcrill Itoao.
"We wunder what tho polleo are
doing," said the Hochl yestmlay, us au
editorial caption, and continued, "Tho
Japanese papers have already icported
the existencu of die-In gambling at
Moiliili, now so widespread that it Is
a danger to thu entile community, and
that it will spread like a flro lu a gale.
We have recent reports of two or three
bankruptcy eases as a direct result of
this gambling, and wo wunder what tho
lolico mean when they do not answer
ilie lrequcnt warnings.
"It limy bo too much for us to ox-poet,
seeing that the captain of detectives
and the seigeant ot detectives aro
in such a scrapo that they have to engage
lawyers to get them out of It
ami it may bo unreasonable to expect
protection from i,ueh persons. Vet,
011 the other hand, there is a complete
police organization and wo cannot but
presume tlie ,negligeiico of that organization
when it Jails to suppress theso
"As stated previously, tlio police
management-is so extremely dull, that
we cannot but infer mismanagement 011
tho part of tlio sheriff. 1'or example,
twice in one year, the captain ot detectives
escorted criminals nbioad.
Seeing tho increase of erlino during his
absence and watching it toutinuo alter
his return, there is no alternative but
to liellme ciur theories true. If thu"
sheriff has not got the right to restrict
fir regulate the actions of Ids captain
of detectives, we' hope' that'tlid iiext
Icgislatiliu will give him that authority."
Attorney General Thayer Refuses
to Assume Authority 03 Governor
The condition of tho business of tho
Territory us a result of being without
an oxecutho head was brought out
strongly yesterday when it was discovered
that 11 quarantine regulation adopted
at tlie special meeting of the board
of health Monday cannot bo put into
force for tho reason that it has nob
been signed by the Governor of tho Territory
or niiy one upon whom tho duties
of government would othcrwiso fall.
Secretary ns well as governor
1'iear are out of tho Territory
and Attorney-General Thayer, upon
whom, it was thought thu .minor details
of thu administration would full, yesterday
refused to ulgu tho regulation.
He stated that ho feels it Is not within
his power to sign any documents as
acting governor of the Territory.
"The only difference thu lack of tho
Governor's signature innkes," said
I'lesideut 1'ratt of the board of health
yesterday, "is that it dtdays putting
into effect the regulation passed by tho
board. As Attorney-General Thayer did
not feel that he should assume thu responsibility
of signing it, 1 guess all
wo cnu do is to wait for tho new Governor
to arrive." "
h. A. Thurston nnd Harold Dilling-ham,
representing tho Ililo Uailvvay
Company, while in the Hast closed contracts
with the Philadelphia
Company, an Ohio concern tho
interest in which is held by
Philadelphia capitalists, for Ijauling
tho 20(1,(10(1 tons of rock which will be.
used lu completing tho llllo breakwater.
II. J. Lord, manager for tho
llreakwater Company, loft for Ililo ou
the steamer Kllauea yesterday morning.
On bis arrival in Ililo, "ho says
he will discontinue tho quarrying operations
nt Wiiiakeii a'lfil removu the
entire operating plant and machinery
to Knpoho, tho llreakwater Company
having leased from tho Lyman estate
a large acreige aloii the fnco oT tho
sumo ledge from which stone was secured
for completing the first Hllo con
tracts. Thin contract for hauling a
minimum of nbout ten thousnnd carloads
from Knpoho to Ililo Is a big
thing for the Ililo Hallway Company,
becaimo with IM Ior, ns manager for
the couUriii'tlou company there U a
guarantee that there" villi be the full
amount uf freight offered that thu
freight contract covers,
a rAvortiTE nun down.
The golfer, tln football player and
the nil louud ulhlele know the vuluu
uf Cbnmbeiluln's pain Halm. It In jiitt
tu thing for 11 rub down nfler h hard
Win 11. All Mirouvui dlwppcurn like
magi and 'inlin nimI iwg)ng are
wimj In dim third le time than by
Mr u(kr tiMlUiHjl, IV to) by all
dagty. ritnuou, Smith I Co.. Atn.