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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4522.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910. 10 PAGES. ,v
PRICE S OENTI.
JAPAN AND RUSSIA OPPOSING
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN' JUAN DEL SUR. Jan. 20.
Prosecutor Selva and General Me
dina, who carried out the execution
orders of Zclava, find who also im
plored Zelava to abandon his nur
pose of sheeting the twovAmericans,
Uroce and Cannon,, make public
statement that the trial and convic
tion of Groce and Cannon were il
legal from end to end.
212 T0 158
LONDON. Jan. 20. Returns from
the constituencies today show con
tinued trains for the supporters of
the Asquith Government. The total?
today is 212 Ministerialists and 158
Opposition, Thfe majority of the eov
crnment is increased from thirty-six
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 20
A river and harbor bill will be put
thtou"h the piesent session of Con.
cress, according; to nlans now devel
oping. It was stated today that the
House Committee on Rivers and Har
bor;, will renoit a bill carrying: ap
promotions of over thirty millions
WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 20.
The House of Representatives today
voted to accept the 'members named
in caucus to serve on the committee
to investigate the charges made
against Secretary Ballinger.
Vice-Fiesident Sherman,' President
of the Senate, appointed as the Sen
ate members of the investigating
committee Senators Nelson of Min
nesota, Flint of California, Suther
land of Utah. Root of New York, Re
publicans; and Paynter of Kentucky
and Fletcher of Florida, Democrats,
WILL FORCE DISSOLUTION.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 20.
It was announced today that the
eovernment will not abandon the suit
brought to dissolve the merger of
llie Union Pacific and Southern ra
This matter was the subject of a
conference held recently by Presi
dent Taft with the head of the Har
. liman lines, Many of the attorneys
claim that the government can not
possibly win its suit, and there was
a proposal made to dissolve the mer
ger under a mutual understanding.
After considering all features, the
government has decided to press its
ST9 BULLETIN ADS PAY -H
' FOR SCHOOLS
DON'T PAY EXPENSES
Countv Father Poprue Is Uncertain
About Accepting Another Term
Wants More Hospitality For
Willi a view lo Improving tliu sen'
cral school rvsteiu throughout the !
land, (lie Hoard of Supervisors of tho
County of M.ml w III have appointed u
school Inspector of Uh own, ta Hint he
c.n rpiitlimilly islt tliu schools, und
II necessarj offet suggestions
to tliu tcnUiem In mvtliodx
of training, 'fills 1h deemed neces
nuiy, owing to the fact that Rome of
tlio leathers, It 1b said, have not been
utlrnding to their dull en regularly and
The salary of I ho school Inspector,
amounting to $.'400.00 n ear, is tq be
pah) by Maul County, which wantB to
keep ifp Its good name.
' In qn Interview with tlio representa
tive of tlio I! ill lo tin, who visited
Wnlltiku recently. Chairman l'ogiio of
the Mil ii I Hoard of Supervisors, ex
pressed hlnirclf Btrongly In fnvor of
hnvlng n school Inspector for Mnul ni
pointed liy tlio Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction, Ills salary Is to he
paid by the. County. In this connit
tlon, ho staled tWit such school In
spector should bo npiHiluted only upon
thu lecouuucudntlou of the Mini I
Don id of Supervisors, which provides
for his salaty.
Togue, ho has had a talk nn tlio
natter with Supervisor Hala, believes
In giving the position to n Mnulau,
whose etliicallonal qualiucutlons nro
When asked whom ho had In mind
to fill the position of such school In
spector, I'oguu unhesitatingly men
tioned the mime of Mr. Iluidy, prin
cipal of tlio Muknwno scIkki),
"Mr. Hardy would ho n proper nun
to (III the position of school Inspector
for Mnul, weie It not for his age." said
I'ogue. "Ho Is un nblo "teacher hut ho
Is nevertheless, phjslcnlly weak.
"I am quite certain that there nro
other tnting men on Maul who can.
tnnko good In tho position quite ns sat
isfactorily us Mr. Hardy, but at tho
present time I can not namo nny par
"One of thu reasons why I want to
have a school Inspector npixilntcd for
Continued on Page 4.
NET IS CLOSING ' '
Murderer Of Watchman
Sheriff Jnnott, Chief McDuflle,
Marshal Hendry mid United States
Attorney HretUoiiH went down to
Wntertown vesterday with thoOrund
Jury. Tho slto of thu murder or
Mahu, the night watchman at tho
reservation, Was Inspected and sev
eral witnesses examined.
A thorough hunt for the revolver
with which the shooting was dono
was made, but no tiaiu has so far
boon found of It. Two witnesses
wero cross-examined hb to threats
that Anderson (Irate, tho suspected
muidercr, is suppobcd to have made,
Hiuco Is alleged to havo said, "I will
fill the up with lead."
III tho opinion of tho police, tho
suspected man will break down and
tell everything. Giaco was supposed
to make, tho rounds of Ills watch
Continued on Pace 4. , ,
CLAIM GABLE TELLS OF
FREAR I RESIGNATION
A private rnhlcgmm has been pur
l)i led received, iinuoiinrlnK that
Governor Piear cabled his resignation
to Washington two ilujs ago and fur
ther stating that tho resignation has
been accepted by President Tnft.
This sensational news viuld not bo
denied by Governor I'rear when seen
He declared emphatically that ho
has nothing further to say and In face
of tho definite statement that a cable
has been tecelycd from Washington
purporting to be unqualified news uf
Governor I'rear ml
hcr"il to his origin tl altitude ami In)
'nothing to say,
"l may halo some statement to
n1r.. .... ,li,. ,.1.li..l ,. I Hi It. I In. Mitia.n .
mnkc on the cubject within the cour.-.Cillo statement from him In the courso
of a duy or two," said the Govenvu.lof a day or two.
"but cannot discuss my luisltlon atl Many locul business men wero call-
this time." I ere upon tho Governor during tho
Ho asked the Interviewer If ho had I
seen tho cable and upon being ans-i
Chinese Are Accused Of
Thu first slop In the work of enfoie
lug the tenement building lestrlctlons.
against Chinese nnd Japanese liullueia
vvix taken today when warrants woiij
vwom "to ch!-rgliig Chun Kiim Silt
wit!) violating the restrictions provide
by law. The spcclUc allegat'en ngalnsl
Chun Kuiii Sut is that he ti-cled i
Icneinent In the rear of a building fac-'
Ing'.Muumi Kea streit mid did not ad
bore to the specifications 11,'at had been
approved by Tire Chief 'Ih'irslou.
Chief Thurston declares that the ac
cused Chinese was luslmr-U-ii at. the
time of building ,tho struciuio that he
was not adhciing to the S.,c!(lcatln:is
that had ulready been iiipioved but
that he did not heed tlio r.iullon then
The second warrant vvl 1 bo sworn lo
agulnst a Chinese named On Yuo, thu
allegations being practl'VI ) lunil-ir
to thoso contained In the complainant
against Chun Kum Sut,
. FOR BKECKONS
U. S. Attorney Granted
Leave Of Absence
United Stales District Attorney
Hrcckons received a cablo this morn
ing from Attorney General Wicker
sham statrmt that" tho department
would grant' Mini' tlio leave of absence
usked vfor. ' Tho United States Dis
trict 'Atturnt') asked for leave of
nbsenctt of two months, during which
tlmo ho will leave tho Territory and
go to tho mainland for treatment to
his even, lliickoiis has been suffer
ing from failing eyesight for some
tlmo and ho heileves that in Justlco lo
hlmrelf ho must seek tlio besH treat
ment that tlio country afforiU.
"I tiBked for two months." said
H.echons thin morning, "and ns tho
cabin reads 'leave granted
It means that I am' to
i Hteckous (tated that ho did tint
know what atiaiigcmenta he would
make as to the conduct of his office
during his nbselne' bill 'Suiulif uwult
tho outcome of the Illness of his as
lBt."WIIinii T. rtavvllns, .
TAKE NBW TREND
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cred In the negative advised, oh n pro
cautionary measiiro, that it should bo
examined betorri being accepted as
"I have been so ofttn misrepresent
ed, sometimes purposely, that I can
not take It upon mvself to deny ull
thu rumors and reisirts. thai may un
circulated," he said, "i am charged
wit hoeing secret I vo In the conduct ol
public business but I think that I
have made tifllclal mutters public at
the proer time nnd sometlmcH before,
Ihey wero qulto ready."
The Governor could not be prevailed
iimT7i to give the slightest Inklliigns
to whether ho had' nlri"iily wiied his
resignation to Washington but adhered
to his first statement that tho best I
that the public can expect is a ilellu -
tl.. t .n,nM.... ?.... I.I... I.. .1... . .
course of the morning, manynf them
visiting tho chief executive vvlth lha'ln the con r so of a day or two.
Democratic Candidates for
Slierlrr "Hill' Jairclt and his dep
uty, "Charlie" Hose, are willing to
hearken unto the jet still smtll voice
from lli' fan!: and file of local Dcm-
ociacy, and sacilnco their person il
Inteicst ut the altar of their political
(it 1 1 It thiough accepting nomination
for n-epct!on to oinco.
Suih was the significant announce
ment made hint evening at u meeting
of assembled Democrats held at Moi
Hill ut which were present n bundle I
or more of the "unterrlfle,!."
The gathering, which included rep
resentative Democrats from the hirst,
Second nnd Third precincts1 of tho
Fourth District practically endorsed
tho labora of Sheriff Jurrott and Deit-
uty Hose. Several scakcrs oneuly mont and thnt I nuccoptlng Hie iKisltlntt
stated that the officers hud performed of medical siiperlutendenl of tho Ku
their duties in n manner that warrant- '"'I hospital Dr. Wuyson vacated his
ed their being returned. , ' I osltlon on the Hoard of Health.
Depul) Hose, being present, modest- This vlow of tho matter wus taken
ly admitted thnt If such sentiment e- ''' Dr. Wnjson and President Mott
presseil the majority will of people of Smith and, accordingly, at the last
Democratic faith, ho would say for
his chief ns well as himself that they
would "permit their names to again
come ueioio the party ror a place on
tho Domociatic ticket nt thu coming
election, , i
REMEMBER WHEN SELECTING
YOUR EXECUTOR THAT OUR
BOARD OF DIRECTORS IS CHOSEN
FROM AMONG THE ABLEST BUSI
NESS MEN OF THE COMMUNITY,
COMBINING THE EXPERIENCE OF
MANY EXECUTORS WITH THE DI
RECTNESS OF ONE.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.'
023 FORT STREET
uilvlco Dint he servo nut his term of
nfllco anil not leave the Governorship
because of the action of the Taft ml
ministration In naming a Judicial can
dldate other than his own.
The a hole Interest of the ersonnet
of the Territorial administration Is
now centored on tho action of the Gov
ertior ami the almost unanimous be
lief among the officials Is that oven the
influence that Is being brought to bear
from many of the business commun
ity to keen tho Governor In office will
not be sufficient to lead him from hi'
almost sure course of resignation.
Governor Ki ear's declaration that
the cable should bo seen before the re
port was accepted as final Is partlc-
ularly significant and takeu In ennnoc-
llon with othci statements made by
.1. .. " -A. !.. ....I I. . i
l no muer executive would seem lo
cast extreme, doubt upon the authen
tlclty of the puriiorted cablo.
Tho, Governor promises riowevei
to clear up all the doubt and mystery
Dr. .Wu mm Is no longer a member.
of the Terrltoiial Hoard ol Health by
virtue of an opinion that wns turned
over to President Moll-Smith this
morning by Allome) Oenernl Hemen-.1"
'the statUB of Dr. Vu)son on tho
Hoard of Health has been in douui
since he accepted tho position of med
ical superintendent of the Knllhl -hospital
and the question w.is presented
to tl.e Attorney Gtuci.il for his con
sideration. In the opinion reached by Hemenway
it Is stated that un uppurent Inconi
patablllty exists between being a mem-
bor of tho Hoard of Health ami ntjho
same time an cmplovo of Die depirt
meeting of the Hoard of Health Dr,
Wujson did not volo on nny of the
subjects acted upon. ,
Dr, Wajson receives n Bnlary, of
Mm ... .. . .
i.iu n iiiuiiiii us iiieuicui supermten
ileul at the Knllhl hospital.
Ready To Fight
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Jan. 20.
Overtures for pHce between Gen
eral Estrada's forces and the 'gov
ernment of President Madfiz have
been of no' avail. President Madriz
is nreparintc for a decisive battle with
Estrada for the - control of the
saw pnANnisno. ijn sn
Beets: 88 anahsis, 12s. 6 3-4d. Par
ity, 4.72c. Previous quotation, 12s.'
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 19. Sur-
an 80 degrees test, 4.08c. Previous
; quotation, 4.125 cents. (Quotation
'" , , - , '
UULCTIM AP PAY
Chamber of Commerce
Express Views On
FMWMI LETTER '
Tl U. S.
Best Interests of Territory Require i
Prompt Work of Development!
of fort or Manuicona, Hectare
The Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
has taken pnmpt action towards tho
rechartlng of several Important har
bors of tho Territory of Havvull by Hie
adoption of u series of resolutions lit.
il meeting of that body held ut "i
o'clock tliliT morning.
The matter of proer harbor facllJ
Ill's be Installed on each of the lurg
or Islands Is a momentous wra
One resolution which1 Is soon to ht
senL on Its war to Delegate Ku inl-
-J tfiKlite; jenit his -socretarjsJUMWIsyil!,'
McClellun, In which It Is recnmim-n.l
ed that the proposed improvement of
lnnupcM Hay. Kauai, for harbor'pur
poses Is nprtoved noil endorsed bj the
Tho Chamber at this morning's
meeting uImi adopted resolutions fav
oring a genoml rechartinr of Mahu
knuu, on Hawaii. It is claimed that
the toniuce of sugar from this port
totaled 110 000 tons Inst vcar hut as
the. bnibor It. at present Mahukoiia
churls me known to he lucoirect und
Incomplete, with the result that own
ers of large vessels refuse to send
their cm ft of Inigo tonnage to this
The Chiimbir has forwarded n letter
bu WWo ell as his, scire-
I 111 111 IVIIIIIUU III .MIIIIIIHIUUI. SUIUIIH
the necessity of a new and completi
survey being made bv tho lln'to
States .Gov ernmint as an ofllelal roe
ord. The rccommuudntions lucliido n
request for the Insertion of un Item In
tho Itivcrs and Harbors Hill before .the
present Congress for un uppropilutinn
of flood to cover tho oxjiense of the
survey. Tho Chamber's letter to the
Hawaiian representatives also' empha
sises thu necessity of the work being
dono nt the earliest possible moment
It bilng deemed luiisirtHUt to the bus!
lit'Hri, shipping and sugar (nil-rests thu'
Maliukoiinjio uiuile u snfo port of rill
for the largest vessels,
, Tho letter to tho llonrd of Kiiglneers
for lllvers and Harbors 4nt Washing
ton rcadd as follows:
(Continued oh Pace 6) v
Christian Endeavorers To
Be Shown Sights of
The local Christian Kndeavorers
have pluuneil an elaborate program
Ur the entertainment of tho visit
ing members of the Christian Iln
deavor party who will arrive In Ho
nolulu on January 23 by the Cleve
land. Members of the local Christian En
deuvor organizations, together with
some sixty or soventy delegates (mm
the other Inlands of the group, will
ussemhlo on the wharf, nnd ns the
(Continued on Page 2)
Iteturnlng explorers nro wurncd to
keep away I mm Copenhagen. Storm
signals are fljlug there. Indianapolis
New s. i
Turkey has more aged persons In
proportion to her population than
any other Kuropeun nation,
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
I0S ANGELES, Cal Jan. 20.
Paulhan. by exhibitions with his fly
ing machine, has won prizes amounting-
XEKING, Tan. 29. The Japanese
iccutodort infArod the Chinese .
eovernment today that Japan and
Russia will not accept the proposal"
of Secretary Knox of the United
States to neutralize the Manchunan
TWs indicates that Russia and
Japan will act together in the mat
ter and are firmly onnoscd to the
TOKIO. Jan. lO.-'-No dolibt may
n1 cnlertnlrMI coil'eruliig Japan's
nttltude toward the American plan-
to neutralize the Manchuilnii rall
vvujs. Secrttai) Knox's proposition
hns not called foilh n word of fuvnr
from Uliv snlirii, In .Itmnu. 'I'hn illn-
lomats belt-, while disinclined to ex-
pnss opinions, itrtalnl) do not sup
poit the projett.
tTo the foreign (ommt-relal Ltemcnt
he waole thing uppcum iinpructlra
le. Count llnjmhl, forjner Minis
ter of loietgu A.Talis, In nn inter
view today, milil. "It ntnounts to a
lonllsuillon by tliu poweis of .la-
pans rights in Manchuria gained as
II icnuill III III-UI3 vAiiniitiiiiire OL JL
blood and tieasure. The popular K
sentiment Is certainly violently on-'?.
l-u.ii.ll tu inn iiiiii,Aiiiirii,
- Count Hanshl lomparcd tho pros-.
II1LU.I ,. 111., .1.1 ,
out Munition with that which folr
lowed th6 Japanese und Chlnesu war
In 1SUC, when the powers otitnmiioit-'
veied Jupuu und obtained the rights
for wbli h she bud fought. Ho In
sisted that Japan was observing con
sistently tlio convention with the
United States, preserving the Ititeg
ilty of China and maintaining tho
principle of the open door and equal
News dispatches from tho United
Suites published hero and reporting
u feeling of uneuslness In Husslu
have taiiHeil some perplexity in olll-
clal circles betuusg recently the
steadily Increasing relations be
tween Japan nnd Ilussla have been
strengthened, nnd more than ever
si nte both governments nro equally
and steudfastly opposed to tho prop
osition of Becretury Knox.
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan. 20.
President Taft today reappointed
Edward Kent as Chief Justice of the
Supieire Co art of Arizona, and
Fhtcher Doan as Associate Justice.
Kent is n son of the famous war
Governor of -Maine, and has been
chief justice since 1902. Doan has
served on the Supreme Court of the
Territory since 1887.
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A Chicago minister says ho knows
Just how the iiiFcrnul region looks,'
I,ocal pride, hovvovor, should lostmln
him from going Into particulars"-
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