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HONOLULU, HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13";. 1909.
Telephone 365 Star Business Office
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TALK THAT HE PLANS A NEW HA WAIIAN PARTY ON THE LAND IS
SUEWILL HONOLULU REPUBLICANS THROW HIM OVER OR
SUPPORT HIM AGAIN, IS QUES TION NOW RAISED.
1 Delegate Kuhlo's outbreak against
Governor Frcar, news of which was
first published In The Star a week
ago, and which he on Saturday made
a great deal stronger by accusing the
Governor of "lying;" has set the poll-
" tlclans talking and guessing.
. ' It seems to be still the general Re
publican opinion that Kuhlo will get
tho party nomination If ho goes after
it. Hut that rises a lot of tough ques
tions. For example It Is the usual
" rulo for the executive, as head of the
party, to help tho ticket, but Frear
can certainly no longer be expected to
takd the stump for Kuhlo. It Is
also the rulo for Republican con
ventions to endorse the head of tho
party, but how, can tho next conven
tion nominate Kuhlo and endorse
As a political move in tho Interests
of his own candidacy, Kuhlo's state
ments are regarded with varying
It is generally known that on tho
island of Hawaii especially there is
strong sentiment on the land ques-
(Contlnued on Page Five.)
Grand and trial jurors for 1910 were
drawn before Judge Do Bolt this
morning. They are as follows:
Olaf L. Sorenson, Ed. Towse, James
W. Robertson, Thomas Holllngor, S.
Peck, John Alacpherson Perry, Henry
F. Bertelmann, Frederick T. P. Water
house, Gerrlt P. Wilder, George C. Pot
ter, Hjalmar P. R. Glade, Jos. M. Oat,
Lowrio B. Neviu, Frederick A. Potter,
Francis B. McStocker, John W. Wal
dron, Charles M. Cooke, Thomas M.
Church, Carl M. Lovsted, Ambrose
Wirtz, Charles G. Bockus, Lester Pe
trie, Irwin P. Kimball.
DE HOLT'S TRIAL JURY.
John Walker, Edward L. Kauai, F.
H. Kilbey, Frederick D. Lowrey, W. K.
Jordan, Charles D. Wright, Roscoc W.
Perkins, Frank E. Richardson, Albert
Blom, Clarence L. Crabbo, John Mark
ham, Edward B. Mlkaleml, Bruce
Cartwright, Jr., Charles L. Sprinks,
Henry T. Hughes, Randolph G. Mooro,
George B. Henderson, Jacob Lando,
Jack H. Myatt, Josephus C. Axtell, T.
C. Dawkins, George E. Jurgensen, T.
LABORERS DECLARE THAT LUNA CHARLES BRIDGES OF LAIE COM
PELS THEM TO BUY POI AND PORK FROM HIM CHARGES AP
PEAR TO BE WITHOUT MERIT AND ARE PROBABLY SPITE WORK
BECAUSE THE BOSS OBJECTED TO FISHING WITH DYNAMITE.
Newcastle. Sam Ladd, Archibald A.
Dunn, Paul O. Schmidt.
. WHITNEY'S TRIAL URY. '
John J. Greene, Henry G. Glnaca.
James ,R. Davis, Robert K. Brown, J.
H. Love, Robert K. Pahau, John C.
Evans, Charles B. Hall, Ftederlck J.
Smith, Raymond W. Jones, Joseph
Hay, John J. Sullivan, James Crewes,
James L. P. Robinson, Thomas Noft,
Charles R. Frazler, Albert F. Afong, II.
E. Murray, Joseph W. Podmoro, C. F.
Jenkins, Charles W Zelglor, Harry B.
Myhre, J. H. Do Fries, E. W. Jordan,
W. H. Heine, George L. Lenard,
ROBINSON'S TRIAL JURY.
C. F. White, Raymond C. Axtell, W.
P. Johnson, Geo. E. McCorrlston( B.
von Damm, Frank J.Kruger, Max H.
Weinberg, Lincoln L. McCandless, J.
B. Mossman, Ray B. Reltow, B, A.
Angus, John Li Lecker, William Llsh
man, Edwin II. Lewis, William Wil
liamson, -George T. Kluegel, W. E. Bel
Una, Abel A. Carroiro, Andrew L. Bush
nell, Gustave A. Schuman, William H.
Campboll, Walter C. Wcedon, James
Guild, A. C. Souza, Horman Segelken,
Alonzo A. Wilson. .
1 I B ELS1 CELT! G mEF
From Lale, on the windward aide of work out of his own private purse,
this island, comes a tale of woe which When he sells pol or pork to the Coun-
His Honor. Mayor Fern, and the City road employes he gives them thwr
and County Engineer. Gere, have been nQ proflt QU(. Qf ,t K admlMed
looking Into, and which, It appears, that lt is poor policy, 0ut absolutely"
will have to come before the Board of nothing really, wrong has been dls
Charles Bridges, road foreman, has lt appears that at the bottom of the
been accused of various and sundry petition of certain alleged sore-head
alleged crimes, but tho Mayor and tho laborers lies the fact that Charlie
engineer are unable to see that he has Bridges expostulated with some of his
been guilty of anything Irregular, road men for the reason that they were
Rather lt appears to be nothing but a fjshlng with dynamite. He threatened
local spat and will probably be treat- to report them, or did report them, for
ed as such. killing fish with dynamite, against the
Bridges it is alleged In a lengthy law; and, to get even with him they
petition, uses tho road men to gather signed a petition or a complaint al
taro for him; and to pound pol for leging these various things against
hlm. It is also declared that he makes their foreman; that he makes his men
the' road' employes buy tho pol that Is buy his pol and pork; that he favors
thus made, and that .further, he kill's certain men who work for him prl
andcuts up and sells pigs to his road vately, and that he is unjust to otn
men. ers who refuso to work for him prt-
The investigation by the Mayor and vately.
the City and County Road Engineer, . All pt which charges do not appear
however, shows that' whatever a road to be substantiated, and all of which is
employe does for Mr. Bridges is done not considered of particular interest
outside of City and County working to the City and County Board, hut
hours, and Mr. Bridges pays for the rather a local quarrel.
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PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING.
EDITOR STAR: As the matter of
a public libary building for Honolulu
has been brought prominently before
our people of late it may bo interest
ing to know what Is being done in this
line in other and larger places.
The public library building now ap
proaching completion In New York
city has been pronounced Jiy some as
tho "most magnificent public building
in the United States." The follow
ing details are taken from an eastern
paper. The building fills the entire
frontage of two city blocks from For
tieth to Forty-second street, facing,
east. It is three hundred and ninety
four feet long, two hundred and seventy-four
feet deep, and one hundred
nnd thirty feet above the ground to
Its highest point. The stock room at
the rear, overlooking Bryant Park, Is
two hundred and ninety-seven feet
long, seventy-eight feet wide and fifty
three feet high. This Is occupied
by a structure of steel beams covering
almost the entire space and containing
four and a halt million pounds of steel.
This is the book case proper, There
.will bo sixty-three miles of book shel
Why not leave your affairs In
Our charges are small and
You keep in Instant touch with
(your affairs through our cable
923 Fort Street
FOR $35,000 SALVA6E
Lightning has struck -in the mat- Marshal Hendry served the papers
ter of salvage of the lately stranded on Cai-taln Henry, master of the Cei
Brltlsh ship Celtic Chief. It is a tic Chief, at the wharf. He also mado
suit In admiralty filed today In the service on Norman Watklns, manager
United States District Court by tho of the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., to pre-
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com- vent him from paying any of the
pany against the vessel and cargo freight money. Smith & Lewis are
for $35,000; l'ractors fo rtho libelant.
(Special Cable to The Star by the United Press).
NEW ORLEANS, December 11. Tho Latin-American element in this
city is much excited over tho news embodied In a brief wireless message re
reived from Colon. The mesago states that nve American marines, who at
tempted to efTect a landing at Bluelields, were llred upon. The fact that tho,
United States Marines were met by bullets Is taiten as an Indication of
Bluelields being 'occupied by Zelaya. President of Nacaragua and leader of
the government military forces.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 13. Seven hundred additional U. S. Ma
rines have been ordered to the protec ted cruiser Philadelphia to be prepared
to sail at once for Nicaragua. It is reported here that Zelaya armyNhas
reached Bluelields and that-Zelaya has given orders to his soldiers to pillage
American women have been taken aboard the' -American' gunboats for
(Associated frets Cable to The Star.)
CITY FATHER GARNISHEED FOR
TAXES WHICH HE CLAIMS HE
DOES NOT OWE.
The dignity of a City Father has
been ruffled by the merciless and un
sympathetic routine of the heartless
Supervisor Aylett has been gar
nlsheed for taxes alleged to be, due,
amounting to $34.70.
The queer part of the proceeding Is
that the tax assessor came all the way
town town to garnishee Aylett's mu
nlllccnt salary of $50 per month as a
statesman, when it would have been
so much easier to garnishees him as
night custodian of the capltol build
ing. Whether Aylett owes the money is
anothor question. Ten dollars Is
claimed by the Territory for personal
taxes, and the rest on property.
The personal tax alleged to bo duo
relates to the time when Aylett wus
a member of the band, and as such
was exempt from taxation'. Tho pro
perty tax he also declares Ik an im
position, for the reason that tho prop
erty taxed has left his hands through
foreclosure of mortgage.
ARTHUR McDUFFIE MAKES HIS
BOW TO THE ROGUES' GALLERY
There'sa new Sherlock In the police
cabinet. This morning Chief of De
tectlves Arthur iMcDuflle stepped Into
the upstairs office of the Intelligence
department and gathered unto him
seir the flies and" papers and apha
betlcal Indexes to crime and criminals,
local and otherwise. Ho mado his
bow to the Rogues Gallery with a
promise to nab any one of the famous
delinquents who might run afoul of
Outside of. "Peeping Toms," gam
bling, and a few vags and petit thieves,
there is at present not very much
wickedness in Honolulu.
In re gambling, McDufflo Is likely
to spring a surprise on a few of the
established offenders before long. Ho
has had police experience ere this nnd
l is no new map at tho game.
OPIUM IN CHAMBERLAIN'S
There 13 not u particle of opium or
other narcotic in Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and never has been since it
was first offered to the public. It is
as safe a medicine for a child as for
an adult. For sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Have your typewtlten cash regie
tera and adding machines repaired by
the Office Supply Co, They bavo a
complete repair department for this
(Wireless to The Star.)
HONOKAA, December 13. Manager
Vredenborg, of tho Walkl station of
the Parker ranch, accidentally shot
himself while hunting wild, pigs. Ho
died at oleven yesterday morning.
iFine Job Printing." Star Office.
WASHINGTON, D. C, December 13. Senator Raynor .of Maryland,
ndvocatlnEshls resolution to tho effVct that the United States tako severe
measures to discipline President Zelaya of. Nicaragua on account of n7s
violation of International rights in the execution of the American colonels
of the revolutionary army, Cannon and Grace, today forcibly denounced
Zelaya as a criminal, demanding that he be punished without delay.
The Nlcaraguan affair has been referred to the Committee on Foreign
CORINTO, December 13. United States cruiser Albany and U. S.
gunboat Yorktown arrived here today from Magdalena bay.
MANAGUA, December 13. Tho jails of this city are crowded with
SAN SALVADOR. December 13. Terror reigns in this city, the popu.
lace being in dread of war and a lOylltlcai upheaval.
WASHINGTON, D. C December 13. A man-of-war of tho Mexican
government Is now en roufo.toNlcaragua and It Is possible that tho Unit
ed States and Mexico will join in settling tho trouble in that stato.
WASHINGTON, D. C, December 15. Horace Harmon Lurton, C5
years of ago, of Nashville, Tennessee, has been apioliited justice on tho
United States Supremo Bench. j
Lurtoir was admitted to tho bar in 18C7. Ho was 'Justice of tho Ten
nessee Supremo Court from-1886 to 1893 and.was judge of the U. S.
Circuit Court, Sixth Judicial Circuit, from March 29, 1893, being also pro
fessor of constitutional law and dean of fho law department of Vanderbllt
BRUSSELS, December" 13. Tho sacrament was today administered t'o
King Leopold. An Operation from which he may not recover Is contem
NEW RICE MILL.
The K. Yamamoio Rice Mill Is the
largest as well a the finest In the
Islands. AH the machinery is of tho
very latest pattern. The famous
Tengu Rice Is cleaned at this mill.
With the largo cleaning capacity they
are able to handle considerable out
side particular work which they guarantee.
Tho only hatting powder
mado with Royal Grapa
Groam of Tartar r
No Alum, No Urns Phospfcaf
May ho exchang
ed, afterwards, if
"they should not
prove the proper
1051 Fort Street.