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Rfom San Francisco: Alameda Mar. 11 For San Iranclsco: Korea Mar. 7 From Vancouver: Maltnl ... .7". Apr. 'i For Vancouver: , Marama ...Mar. 29 .IN Advertising is the modern armor of the business man; it is a shield against competition. The Bulle tin is the shield of the Honolulu busincis man, because it covers the Islands more thoroughly than any other paper published. h. 2:30 EDITION j &.... jota cjass publication, but a mj , TERRIT ORY PF.'HaWaII, MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1910. 10 PAGES. f0 ; i'"1'1 "n spap.r for everyone X ZSTAKWHED 1882. NO. 4960.' 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRIT ORT PRICE 5 CENTJ. ON TAMON S,.t ! m-M. hi .Mi 8i ' rz - "-. i - .... i i - .- -, j , . . j . CHOLERA CASCS SUSPECTED 1TrA Jif tJ & - fH ' PEARV PROOFS AiE .NOT -- x - J. '. - li May Mean Conflict With U.S. Laws Interpretation Placed Upon Statute By Judge Dole Has Bearing On White Siave Act Ily a decision that was handed down this morning by 'United States Judgo Dole, it Is believed that tnera will be a conflict between the Inter pretation placed by the courts upon tho existing 'laws governing deporta tion and Immigration and the United States statute passed at the present session of Congress and directed against the so-called white slave trafllc. Judge Dole's decision was based upon a potltlon for a writ of haoeas corpus that was mad., by the attor neys for a Japanese woman named Matsu Suzuki, .who was ordered to bo deported for a violation of the United States laws. In granting the writ and order ing the discharge of the woman from custody, Judge Dole declares that an alien woman having lawfully enter ed the country and having acquired a domicile,' she can not lje deported for conduct which was . made a ground for deportation by a statute passed, subsequent to her arrival- the country.; "' . ' ,' MERCHANTS SEND CONGRATULATIONS Engrossed' Resolution To Be Sent Mr. -Alexander Young Tho Merchants' Association has sent n letter of congratulation to Mr. and Mrs. -Alexander Young on tho occasion of their golden wedding nntilvc'rsary. The Merchants' Asso ciation had Intended giving Mr. Young1 an engrossed copy of the res olution passed at Its directors' meet ing last Saturday, but ( this hns not been finished. Mr. Young has, how ever, been notified thnt a specially engrossed copy of this resolution la being finished In gold, to correspond with their golden wedding anniver sary, and will bo Bent as soon as possible. Following is a copy of the resolu tion which the Merchants' Associa tion Is having engrossed: "Tho directors of tho Merchants' Association of Honolulu desire to ex tend their compliments and congrat ulations to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Young, on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary, accom panied by- their hearty wishes for long continued gbod health and hap piness. The Merchants' Association take this opportunity to express Its appreciation of the valued services of Mr. Young ns.Xt enterprising public-spirited citizen at times an honored public official during near ly halt a century of life in the Ha- wullan Islands. It recognizes his worth as the ocganlzer, and for long the manager, of one of the leading establishments of the Islands, one that has'been a most Important fac tor In the development of our main Industry. The Territorial communi ty Is deeply appreciative of the splendid enterprise he has shown In giving to this port of the mid-Fa- cine a great modern hotel that would be a credit to any American metrop olis. He has not only anticipated the growth of our city, but has help ed such growth to an extent that can hardly be exaggerated. "The Merchants' Association feels that It expresses the earnest senti ment of this iBland community in this offer of 'good wishes unci con graluliitlons. Mr. and Mrs. Alexan der Young havo reached tho golden anniversary that only a minority en joy, but we anticipate expressing our Alolin, on many anniversaries yet to coniq.1' United States District Attorney llrcckous stated this morning that, tho division was a particularly Im portant one In view of the recent enactment of the white slave law by Congress. The new statute greatly strengthens, the hands of the prose cuting officials of the United States government In dealing with the class of cases covered by It. It s possible that the construc tion placed upon tho statute govern ing deportation by Judge Dqle.may have a general application to the provisions of the white slave law and that Its provisions can not be enforced against the alien's who have acquired a domicile In torrltory, of the Unite. States. i Judge Dole also handed down a decision this morning In which he denied' the petition for a writ of ha beas corpus Iti the, case of Shlge matsu .Umeno, in who.se behalf it was claimed that duo process of Jaw did not', prevail l'n 'the-. proceedings Con-uM'1oh'l-g. 4. SUGAR AWAITS BIG FREIGHTERS Nine Inter-Island Steamers Have Brought Cargo Here There will be no derth of sugar for the two big American-Hawaiian freighters which will soon arrive at Honolulu to load cargo for the main Innd und the Isthmus of Tehuan-I J1,1""1 lo ,"rl,va a Honolulu at day topec light on Wednesday mornlngiby the Nine steamers have arrived here ""f0" Navfgatlon liner Lurllne. from the other Islands within the ,e , Vur llne, '1UB beo" weetlns; nost two days, each brluelne full shipments of sugar. i This sugar has been discharged at 'the railway wharves, where It awaits ott l i'ort Bt, 8 c'01 Sunday the Arrival of the Virginian, from evening, At that time the weather Puget Sound, which vessel will take ,W,M 1'leasant, a southwest wind cargo for Sallna Crus and New-York, blowing, and the liner was steaming The Nevadan,' which Bhould be here through smooth Bens, from San Francisco on next Sun- .uAccrUl"s to advices received day. will load sugar tor the Callfor-'hrouBh the agency of Cas ie & nla refineries. i CookB- the lurllne is bringing The Inter-Island steamer Kinau ej8hteen automobiles, 302 sacks of brought nearly seven thousand socks lale mainland malls and 102 pack from Kauai ports. The Maul was an aeB ol ella-Fargo express matter, arrival today with eleven thousand ?" a,r,e thirty-two passengers sacks sugar from aeveral Hawaii , 1)ou,n1 "" Honolulu, ports Df call. There are one thousand .tons of Arrlvlne from Hawaii was also the Kenernl cargo on board, which la to cionmnr i.it.-Hkn. with nosta" anrks ..u The . atentnor Noeau pretty well cleaned up, the Kealla, Kauai, Bug nr. The steamer Keauhou has been discharging 3C00 sacss of I.. A. BugJ nr nt the wharves, while tho steam er Iwalnnl .will soon have finished leaving Jier consignment of 0000 sacks from Mahukona. I'i addition 'to taking on a big shipment at Honolulu, the Virginian Is expected to gather up additional sugar 'at Kahulul and Hilo. FAMOUS BAND AT MOANA HOTEL The famous Fourteenth band which Is passing through Honolulu on tha irnisport Thomas will iilu ii conceit tonight at the Moana Hotel. Follow In: tho hand concert n dance will be C.licn In honor of Urn Thomas' pas sengers. Uical army and sociely pen plo aro Invited. Tho Women's Society of the Central Union Church will have n special meeting, tomorrow mnrnliiKnt tho Par- mil House, STRIKERS M n R JEffi SSI RF PIISFS MOB JGAR 1 '; " " UKLftft-i iiuiuoi-w v -'- -- ririiijiii PHILADELPHIA. Mar. 7. Th! principal incident of the strike' to-. ?-i3Zr?f X.-.A n J" HVllhHmtna;rrlYfug.here on the 18th mtli f- ' th"L d;llT,. meet,n,' jof this, month audVlll Open .up aline Street can happened to be.psinit,r0pcra H(tv (no s,-,n Ti,H w1, just as the strikers were emerrinar i.... .... ' ' -1 . ' .. from their hall. They immediately ?:. i li men ?v? t' 5; ii Hj.V .w uw riuvi were a. King" "The Thief call., and the crcwd dimmed. Tv?o Devil," andVnun.Mr of'oihc men were Jnjurea'in tlte fl;ht. . The peat industrial planU of, the, 'be-acceptable. Wd Aotiid be thuryuuli' city that employ non-union men are. iy,'a.,,u,elar&,8nd patroiilzcd hy air nct antcted by the strike: , - ',jDm tsbtJovi of the st.ig) and its . iiroducilonM;'' Scientist Iota His Duel Krtn T,i- t. f juJ'. ,fouththet-; today between Dr.vDoy., bi vuv Kicuun. maw v.-piiH Ton Lanarendonck. The scientiit was Vie. rfariflwT-ndtng'hii opponent of tie army, thotwi not J aerioualt nouja to tnduiffer hit life. AND MAILS BY LURLINE Matson Liner To Arrive Daylight Wednesday Morning Motor cars and malls In goodly quantities are Included in the shlp- "'",. 1B,r r on me Yuyago The steamer was reported as 716 miles be left at-Kahulul. Included. In this I. are t r .(niniiip. rr ,h .;, nort .i'. t...ic i ,.ii.. ,, -The Lurllne Is scheduled to sail on a return irip 10 oan rrancisco on March 15. ,The advance, bookings Indicate a large llsfof outgoing pas sengers. DANLE AT SEASIDE An informal daiice will 'be hold at tho Seasldo Hotel this 'evening In hon or of Mr, P.. Macfarlane and wife and departing guests. Muslo by.1 Kaal's Glee Club during the dinner and dance. The dance will, not be Invitational. IN rOBEION POETS i I Monday, March 7. 8AN FHANC1SCO Sailed Mar. 6: S. v. ........., .. ......w. ...... SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mar. 0: 6 . p. m.. 8. B. Alameda, for Honolulu. SAN FRANCISCO Balled- Mar. 7: 2' p. in., U. 8. A. T.- Iigan, for iHouci- I'l'u- ' I Don't forget thnt pbedlence is tho keynote of righteous living. Don't' forgot that more gratitude can, bo expressed In one loving de,ed Ihn'nMtt.cudless -flowery spVoch'cs'.' illHiPEARY This city Is soon to bo trealedlto a, season of first class acting, such as Is, seen on the 'stages of .a metropolitan' city, and Will certainly be worth the while. ' f ' . The Henry. McRaej Stock Company. of l'ortinml,' Oregiu. will tuilio on liib ,r,m. ,u . ..- n t . .Mouse." "Thoilanbf'the Hour." ' Tho rtai0 productions which win certainly ' tt l.na IiaAm n IrtM. Il.... !.. n . Iniiy, of .weil jenown meUt, such ai ihc nfutO bat jrlkltid these, shores "XlU compau) has, had a. iiioe succcsi(ul' run throughout the 8ttVshoiangthe boards' for mtia weeks in 'some, of aho Urgest, citlest'on the mainland, anil conic here'.b'r tlie nojlclt'atlon of iriiinj of Honolulu's -tpwn)Coiile who liint lorxcai aciuig.onco more, mi joii . , . , wnTf ufv , r r AS PEACE MAKER Russian From. .Kauai Also- a . Pacific . Factor - Bam Johnso!) Is coming tb'tnwn Sat urday on personal business and Inci dentally he will havu an opportunity to talk to tin Russian Immigrants. An other pactllo factor In tho Russian sit uation was tho arilval In the city of one of tho Russians who has been at work on Makawcll plantation. He and those wljh him 'are very yell sat isfied. with the conditions as they-havo .found them and. he win give tho new comers thq benefit qf Ilia experience. It is worthy of nolo that tip' Maka wcll IliiBslnns ar'b a contenteiTlot. The few dlBsatlsflcd ones have left and the people' with families' aro making themselves comfortable and at home, Jicsldca working well, Much of tho future in Ruaslan Immi gration wlli bo determined by- Ihe ac tion, of the two hundred' odd Immi grants who will arrivo by tho stonmor today. If.thoy decide to work and got start ed right, the Immigration will con tinue otherwise It will be checked and posslb'y stopped. , A prominent citizen wbo owned pro perly In Nebraska some years ago re marked tliutlhu had hau.an,experi'enca i wun Russians .ncurasKa.; v with Russians In Nebraska' When the immigrants nrst arrived they wcrn m IbubpIcIous and cranky. thaUt 'aeomdd' .Brib,llbte to , aliytn1K wl,h,them. Afiir ilmrt hnwnvor whn ihi.. -m ( ... n .....v ............ ....H, ...v, n..v acquaintcu, tuey were .qontentecl and are now rbgnrded as most desirable resident and citizens. This, gentleman stated that ho lelt the - Riiislnn Immigration shonli'l not be thrown' oVe,rboard,'at tho first" lin;. gestlon of n difficulty. Every, mi.'".' sure iur rcuKuriiiK. wiu immiraniK sllpuld be'uxhufisted before the-radical step of Bending tliein back wds takes. Many believe .that a certain element In tho city U making a buslne'sii of spreading dlssenslo'n nnjong-he Hus sions with the definite purpose of mat ins this Immigration mbvement a fail lire, The critical attitude, the flaws nlcketl ot every 'nosslbln ixilnt ami tho effort to get hold of the pcopm uiiii luaici muir uietuiuuiii in ijviiih watched with no little Interest, Suporlnlendent of Immigration Ivors atuted 1Mb .morning thnt ho thoiiKht half the trouble with tho Russians waa their extraordinary ..F.tiiiplcloii.1 naluro incy appear to start in with the op inion Hint every mutt's hanij Is nga'lnit them iind when an IhlnK Is' told (hem they' rim Inrlliied Id liellovo lhal llio 'opposite la' tho Irnlh "4 , Although Ivors Is -not ready lo1 glvo rnuur w WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 7. Commander- Peary can not furnish his. "roots of- the discovery of- the North Pole until he has the consent of his publisher.. i Thiti fact was brought out today in .Mr, Peary's- response to the de mand of the House Naval Commit tee that he submit proofs of his dis covery belore Congress took action awarding him speoiial honors for his 'achievement. Pcarv stated that ,he would have to decline the request, as the contract with his publishers makes this impossible. His story of his successful dash to the pole it be ing 'published by one of the popular m'Rtincf. r , Is Out On Lieut Bail ,'v ' .A ; 'fcii-As cnar, k0; iuTT-J. r. uudahy, who ntariy kUled er LilUs lut night for s-lefced inti maeywith his wife, was. released frofn oiitody today on one 'Hundred dollars baiL f 14 Millions for Agriculture . WASHLHOTON, D. C, Mar. 7. The agricultural bill was discussed in the Senate this forenoon. It car ries an appropriation of fourteen mlUfens. JAPANESE STEALS GRAVE FLOWERS Three Months' Jail For (ihoulish, Mean Robber What with sneaktbteve8 who rob poor boxes and ghouls who steal Ilowars from graves, Honolulu's crlmlnul record Is beginning to look bad. The latent thief is n Japanese mimed 'lltrnno, who was c,aught red handed taking lowers front a grave in Nuuaiiu rnmetory. For some time fiowcra and plants havo liefin missed from out of the j graves nt the cemetery, and finally.) t.V iuiuiiivo ui I'viouii " 14 in burled there decided to Bot a ,wutch for the mean thief. Veatordny alt ernoou Hlrnno .was seen to sneak into the cemetery, and go straight to a grave on- jvhlch1 there were tome 'beautiful flowers growing, The watchers, wishing In catch the ' thief rcdhanded, waited till he had Cudahy pulled, a ,lot of tho flowora up by the Territorial' LeglBlaturo, by peff. the roots olid, put them' Into-a. basket. tloulug Congress, might readily 'se- Then the indignant watenera ruBiindlcure Itu" oflhlal adoption. Its ni ...-.' ... - . i In, nnd, although' the meanest thief' penrnncc lu the press and tYe coin on the city records t'rlfd to escape, ments thereon, especially. If the buIi he wus landed in Ce police station, jeet were brought up lii Congress, This mqrnlng Judge Andrade lis- toned to the evldenco "and then gave Hlrauo a., well-deserved sentence or threo moitths' Jail. (Continued on Pane 4) rt it U n n ii n u a u n n I up tho Russian Immigration by any nieanB ho dcciiiB 11 proper that liii- ; ther tictlvlly In Millcltlng nenplo should ' nwalt tho settlement of tho present dlftlculiy, j Twelyo of tho Russians who arrived i by'lho Tonyn, havo gono to Mhifl nnd win wora, ior ino ivanuun itniiway. AVAILABLE Cholera On Board ; , Japanese Ship Tamon Maru Must Remain Off Port For Five Days One Died v At Whnt is believed to be cholera on board the Japanoso fielghter Tainan Maru, which arrived from the Orient this morning? hns resulted In the vessel being placed "In strict quar antine by the United Hlntcs authosl tics, the orders being Hint tl;u snip will hove to He off the port for ut J least five days. ' I Th Tamon Mnru is loaueu wuu 7000 tons or fertilizer, consigneu .n. tho I'aclllc OUnno and Fertilizer! Works, and It was whlje the vessel was at sea that the flist case of whnlj I. l.ntlm-A.I l.i lin flintnt-n 'lnvrlnneil. The flist Japanese member of'tlin I ciew stricken succumbed lo the die- ease nnd was burled at Ben The WOULD RECHRISTEN -THESE ISLANDS. - . - Octonesia" Is The New Name Suggested By ' Robert Stein The Piomotlon Commltteo has re ceived u" letter from Robert Stein of Wnshlngton, U. C, In which the writer thinks "Octonesla" would be a mora appropriate name for tho' Ha wallnnMslands. Mr. Stein's letter .Is given In full. "Everybody Is fnmillar with tho Inconvenience arising from the fact that the Hawaiian Islands havo .no iipproprlato general name. 'Sand- wlch Islands' has very properly been discarded and ran not be revived; 'Hawaiian Islands' has In pructlse been found to cumbrous thnt nearly everybody snorters It to 'Hawaii'; 'Hawaii Territory' or 'Terrltojry of Hawaii' are still more objectionable on that score; and 'Hawull,' which Is brief enough, Is nmblguous, be causo the hearer or reader can not know, except from the context, whether the whole group Is meant or only the largost Island.' 'Hawaii nel,' understood by most Hawallanx; has a pleasant ring, but Is uhlutol llglhle outside of the Islands. ."The name 'Octoncmla,' suggested by the phrase 'Eight Islands,' used occasionally, would remedy tho In convenience. Tho terms Polynesia, Melanesia and Mlchouesla, fnmillar to all the world and especially to the people of the Pacific Islands, would art most happily as ushers to tho new name, making It Intelli gible to every lender at first glance. No one In the Territory could doubt for n moment what It meant. To peoplo outside of- tho Territory It would convey a useful geographic iro.ii'11) U IIMIUIj Utu jnjIBUII III II mllllou, In Europe nnd America, knows that tho group consists of ejght large Islands. "If the people of tho Inlands would adopt the name In conversa tion, It would soon make Its way Into literature, and If, as Is entirely I if. I th i probable, It met with gencrul favor, - - would serve to direct the attention . of the world to Octonesln. the Turn- i dlse of the Pnrlfle,' nnd thus nld the work of the Hawaii Promotion Com-j mlttee. . "ROHERT STEIN. "Wnsilngton, D. d, January IS, 1010 Herbert Oardncr, who Is ch.irgcit with inking sumo money from tin Ico cream parlor, when- ho had rtfrctOiod himself on S.iliirday iiIrIiI, had hla caiio sent over till Tuesday by Jinlgo lAtuiraue, Sea. t ',a rrcnnd member of the ctethat wniVrH attacked Is now In iv 'carious comtl-,7P l on. -wr The' chulcrn epidemic that has been general throughout the Orl- it, Rut-Gin und tho Philippines dur-' ing tliu past year rntn m.iiKi uie inrniju y quaratitlni- oinelals particularly cnu-jV-'ai tlous In dealing with tho mi-plous' ; ri cases on uoaru me jnpanCTo .- neiguicr. ;. 7wi Ily hccplnt the ship oft part for a -M five-May period It Is believed that 'J-A the city will he fully piutccted In- -.' Ihn nvput nt nlhnr x-ncH develnnlliC und -HI' slve the iiinrnntlne physl-:'. . elans ample uppiirtunlty to Investi gate the conditions on tno, ireignicr.- . COX AND WORKERS KANALUA Think That Central! Cdmr (mittee Lacks Proper -Authority . ., Oscar Cox, (ho doputy shrriff .f" ' Walalua, ono of tliu right-hand men -of the Itepubllcati yMly In tnat section, of the Island, Is greatly perplexed ovor . n icc,eht lusti'iictloii of tirj llcpiihllrnn central commltteo il Honolulu, riipilrv; Ing the secictnfy of his prCelpct chlbV to kuul In tho fiamuii of tilo voters, who signed on tho Kcpii'illon mil lu his precinct. ,. Ho Is nt n Iosb tn know Hi? rossou why Hit- central comnilttccmcn bro, th'oiigh CI1 Crawford, tho sicretaryi shout,! want lo got tho list of uiumbsr- ship. Ho believes that tho rules nnd epilations of the Kepubllcsn party. do not authorize tho secrotnry of-llio central ciminilttco . to reipilro the see- j OTHER ictarlcA'of vuiIimis ptecinct clu,it,g'tat J n.i.t II... ..). ...I.I.. Ill ... .1. If .- JlVi cviiii iiiu im-iiiMuiniii,! Jinv lu luu liuillf. lulu central commltteo, Cox, who is more, or less ncnualiiUt1 with tho charactorUtlcs -of llio Un- ' wallnn votors In Wnlnliia, thlnkslt ' would bo Injurious to tho p.uty, Jos, peclally when tho Hnwnllans worn not conxultcd In gliu. nut their uiimcs. . without their npproinl, afa. v, "I do not iinilcretand this new1 hio-'' thod of ro-nrganlzatlon, calling foftli-' for lists of merbcrslilp of different pro-' clnct chilis, to bo sent to tho lccVo-,," tary of tho ce.iitr.it romniltlio."-alil-? Cox, during tho Interview, "Heretofore," continued he, ,"HI method v.'aw novor iiiliintinl " "Tim IiqR?--' niles of thu Hepulillcan parlyi do not -i requlru Hint Ibis bo iliiuo. "Ik thlu.n '' rrhomo of a few fcclixtvitf" ho nskwl'i ,' lu porplexlly. . A niimhur oT other Republican work-f era, who were picscnt, nnd, whu u'tko,'l ),,. that their minion bo not moiilonodcx- prossed their stirprhio ut tlils'pccnllir. nrhemo. Tbuy said further JhaUtho" InslriicHon Isiiied by tho avcrVtaryuf .'... thb central cnmmltteo In .lijniplulu ' ' bete-l" authority, nm! lacSliiK, wlilcliV'. "'TJ ""i" iii iiuiiHWU lu SVllu Ill-lliU-,- mdmiH'rrblp list, , ,. ;jam -iviiy, sum one of. those jircsuut,', "what aro'thosu follows In lionolulur itying to no with us new K,'t "Do they want Id know our naiuua:l wiin u view or iiudlnK out our planrr'i "For tho gooii of tho party, ts.li: hort for thorn lu drop tliu mntter. ua.lt' Is iimiI loot; j-lri-1 for the general pros- 'v 1'ctlly of tho xiriy.'' Ucforo eonrliidltiK their stalemcuU.-.,' ilhey mid that tho ronlrnl commltteo ,. II" HonoluJii, could easily find out tho jnmnos of the Republican workers,' as . , i.-iiiuiieii mi iiiu niuniiHTsnip u&i,-uy consulting Iho kccrvtary of their pro duct cluli. ii Hut to iitk them to. fur nish Iho list, they wcro "kanaluiiV. nlicii-l II. i'Tw.' . ." , '.fi Tho UnltCHi States transport Thhmna.' wnB iiMioiteil oft Harbor's I'ulnCsati' "H" '" , l - I .il lo.in i.i.io.. . , xrtB ,'"-" iwilHJ, , , J $Mii''M ,.' ,h .. "' - ' i .V - i&$g$i&:' '&$$ 'Mtff'r fi-Ml 'j " .. i. '. .i -.. lSfeiV.u ' 1f.'.-."JS.;sWv..V.',..,,...,... l r.,J. ,l-,i KBa-U Wv'.SiSBBaWlJ,.ir-B''"8i,7Sl ,7W w :..-. !. -., j. -ijISNHMMEjHMfl &iSS8r$t$lim.