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' ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4574.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23, 1910. 10 PAGES,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
From San ?ranclico:
Knmn Mar. 28
tor San Tranclico:
Ik1iii1ii.i Mar. 23
MMtnl Apr. 2
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CHANGE MEMS UNO
GENERAL BELL IN
WASHINGTON, D. C. Mar. 23.
In a collision here ' today between
an automobile and a street car,
Major-General Bell, ex-chief of the
general staff, had several ribs broken
and was otherwise injured internal
ly. The wife of Major Slocum. who
occupied, the automobile with Major
Bell, was thrown to the KroTfnd and
, (Social Bulletin Cable.)
PITTSBURG. Pa.. Mar. 23.
Twenty-nine of the men who have
confessed their guilt in connection
with the sensational craft exposures
have been granted immunity and
their testimony will be used in the
NEW YORK. Mar. '23. Rcar-Ad-miral
James Entwistle 'died here to
day. Admiral Entwistle entered the
service In 1861, rising through the
different ranks, when lie was made
icu-mlni'il In April, 1S99. Me
took pint In the battle u( Manila
under Admiral Dcvvoy, anil was pre
noil I eel with a Dovvoy medal.
NAURU IS PRE
"I o been stationed on Nauru
for thu iiaul ten years," stated Mrs
I'll 1 1 1 1 A. Doluporto, who, Is a mis
sionary on that Island, to a repre
sentative of til (i II vi I l e 1 1 ii this
morning. Mrs. Delaporto. arrived In
this city some three weeks ago on
tlio Tainon Mum, whlth was quar
antined owing to sickness on hoard.
Mrs. fuelaporte will return to Nauru
on thn't same vessel on April 7.
"Ten )t'ni-u ago the population of
Nauru was approximately 1G00, hut
it bus dwindled down to 12G0, owing
la sickness. Tliee jears ago, when
we returned from a vacation, wo
found (hat 200 of our adherents had
diul of dysentery during our ab
sence, "Ocean Island Is our nearest
.neighbor, distant about 1.10 miles,
'('hero Is a brunch of the American
Ilouid of Missions tlieie, In charge
of Hev. Mr. Chunnan, whom we see
nt tutorials. A regular lino of Jan
nneso steamers touches at Ocean Is
land, so that connections can be
made with all parts of the world.
"On our Island we have about
sixty or seventy (vhllo people, most
ly employed by the phosphate com
pany. In addition, there are a num
hci of Oermun officials and about
sixteen native police. We ure ab
lolutely dope,ndent upon canned pro
visions. As thcie Is practically no
toll, we have gre,il dlulculty In rais
ing vegetables, Italn Is vory scarce,
to that drinking water Is nt a pre
mium. The phosphate company dis
till their drinking water from the
ocean, but we have to rely upon
wells, which In times of diought run
dry. There are now only three
wells on the island. Some of the
Inhabitants have to go tight to ten
mill's to get their drinking water.
Goes To Probe
Territorial Auditor Fisher was a
rassciiger on tlio Manna Lot for Ha-
wall jcsteuln.v and It Is stated that the
thief auditing officer of Iho govern-
mint went to Hawaii In connection report the present Investigation anil
with the discovery of a number of the reported delinquency upon the pyrt
shortages In the' hooks of a public cm- of n public cmrlojo Is duo to some en
rloye on tho big island tlrely new developments.
l'lrheVs destination tins been a well- The auditor left In a hurry In res
iu-vided secret and at tho present time ponre to n wireless that was receive
It Is not known Just who Is under stating that there was pressing nM
nsplclon in rnnuectlon with the ro- for his services In examine Ihe or
port of shortages. counts of a public employe.
OF MUCH MONEY
Tells Police He Was Drugged and Rob
bed Sends Balance Of Cash
To San Francisco
About two months ago a nnu named thing In the house."
Johns arrived from tho Coast with One-liack driver claims that Johns
fi 600 In his possession. Ho was bent now oves him S1G0 for hack hire, and
ou seeing the Islands and hnvlng n tho man had tho cheek to place the
good time. He fulfilled the latter part account in tho hands of a debt col
of tho. program, but fell down on tho lector for collection. That wus tho
former. In fact ho has not seen da)- last Btraw, anil Johns summoned up
light for some time and this morning enorgh senso to remit tho balance of
ho Informed tho chief of detectives his money to tho Coast. He reserved
that at Inst ho had BObeied up after Just enough to purchase a steamship
being beautifully J-iged since Wash- ticket ami to keep him while he Is
Ington's Dlrthday. Incidentally nil of uwaltlng the boat
his money except a fen' hundred dot- Johns Is a middle nged man and
larn has been buncoed out of him talks sensibly enough about the way
not b) gold ring's or that kind of spiel ho was robbed Hut Is as fur as ho can
but with drugged booze and knock- remember now. Ho bus no doubt that
out drops. the landlady hackmen and other
Tor da) s ho hud laid iir certain boarders had a real good time at his
hoarding houses, nnd remembers no- expense, 'He reckons that ho owns
thing much except many trips In hacks about four hacks and a full interest in
to the bank whero his dough was lodg- his late boarding house,
ed. Troni what ho can learn from his The matter was reported to Chief
piss book, he has been drawing money McDuffie and. be Is looking Into tho
nut a hundred at a time, and he has rase. An attorney has been rotalncd
faint recollections of hearing his land by Johns and the nutter of tho 1150
lady discussing the advisability of nl- hack hlfo bill will be fought, out In
lowing "the old stiff to pay for overy- tho pollco court.
StEVEN MOST .
Special Agent Steven who with I.. B.
Pnkham nre conducting u campaign for
Filipino labor out In "America's Far
thereat Possessions" has been caution
ed to employ more caio In the selection
of his recruits for Hawaii's cauo fields.
In what purpotts to bo an Inter'
view between a reporter of l.a Van
guardla published at Manila and Man
uel Ttnlo, director of tho Philippine,
bureau of labor, Su. Tlnlo makes tho
statement that owing to several com
plaints made against tho agents of tho
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association
that they hnvo been recruiting labor
for their plantations In tho Philippines
by inducing )oung lads under 16 to
enter their service Governor Ueneral
I'orhcs has written a stinng letter to
Mr. Steven, the local trgent of tho com
pany, warning lilin to take moro caro
In choosing his men
The greater number of thu laborers
under 1G who hnvo been taken to' Ha
waii have been recruited through tho
aid of a Filipino who has a labor
agency In Manila nnd It Is claimed
that he has made promises to theso
)ouths which have not been nuthorlz--f-t--f-f-t-'--f-t-
"The natives nro taught In Ger
man and wo preach to them in their
own language, Nninu Is the only
Island in the Marshall group which
has a distinct language, so that It
Is very difficult and expansive to sup
Continued on-Page 4.
Leaved Jn Hurry-
Tlio (Irainl Jury on Hawaii devoted
considerable attention In months past
to the reports of gmft of among the
po'lee ofilclals, but 'accordlngTo the
ed by tho company and of which tho
local agent of tho company was, not
uware.. , ""
Several of tho jouths have also ap
proached tho agent In a deslro to en
list In tho service of tho company,
and have falsely stated their ages.
Thero Is a great deslro all over tho
country among tho )ounger generation
to get out of thu country and see
something of Iho world, and In order
to accomplish their end they have del
iberately lied to tho agent as to their
nges. Their parents hnvo objected to
their loavlng home and much publicity
lias ueen given tlio anair in thu span
Ish nnd Filipino papers.
According to the company a agent
tho legitimate complaints agatpst
treatment meted out to tho laborers
In Hawaii and on tho voyage out aro
very fow and easily settled, and that
nearly all the complaints come from
politicians who have started a dolor-
mlnoil campaign against thu company
for no other reason than because It Is
nn American concern.
Of Fur Seals
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 23.
The Senate lias passed the bill ter-
minatin the lease, on the Pribvlofl
islands and authorizing a closed sea
son for tjie taktnc of fur seals.
r- UULL.L.1 IN AUH PAY ,
Pinkham And Steven Have
Stirred Up The
TO THE RESCUE
Claim That th Bovi Am Offered An nusoiuie and iar reacning revo-
ri.?wt,W' in'twfll Ii lH' I" ''""' w administration
Uerllllllpi in Hawaii HM of Hawaii will be Iho result If tho
Alleged Abduction of Laborer United 8tates Senate concurs In tho
Authorities Interfere. change ,tn the Orgtnlc Act nmendment
bill made by the- Committee on'-Tor-Tim
recruiting oxratlnns being con- rltorles o( the House and f.ivorabl) re
dacted b) Mossib. Pinkham and Stev-
en In the Philippines have ce.Ulnly '
tilrred un the -Ilaurhtr Don as well
Pearl of the Orient, and Judging from
the stories that are appearing in the
,,,,,,11,. nrlnl. I hn.n-l.nnl ll,., .not ,
lively and entertaining cumpnlgn of
lit I it in tinviihiiuiu n; cum u
letallntlon Is well unjer way.
ine tact tnat nuniireus or "Mine
n rind' ikfi: nst'L L-Honuko.
there to iramdilp to Iraus-Paclflc Un-.
" . " ."
.... i. ,,.;,ii ..in. iho ni-mu,.
ipS"' T be h.
r.ealedt0UoeMmTnem.raf H-o?boH fo
nlf n,i ii .? ?n ,? n. k.m i n
cotiiiti.re.i hip rMMiiitinii in n mihpr
It lies with the Hongkong Rail) Tel-.
egrnph In Its (siuo of February T to I
launch a storv which Is not only In-
'terestlug but startling In Its allegn-w
Persistent rumors on Thursllay and
Friday last of nil Inlsmoits scheme
which had for ils'object tho Illicit-recruiting
of u number of school bojs!
In Hongkong for einplojmenl In Ho-I
nolulii, led us to pursue n diligent and
searching Inqulr) into the truth of the!
report with a view of laying haro some'
of tho least objectionable features of
the slave traffic of an Infamous and
happily bye gone ago.
The natural reticence of the author
ities whom wi approached during the
earlier singes of our Inquiry baffled i
our efforts to eposo u design as care
fully planned as It wns Innocently giv
en away by the guileless simplicity of,
a school girl of tender )cnrs. Ill
would appear that when we staled in
our Issue of Saturday, that theru was
no truth In tho report that an nttenipt
had been made to get a number of
tho clrniniKtnnrcM wrns limtinp.i l.v tin,
desire to get tho perpetrator of the
bchcme Into the meshes of the law.
Affirmative reports having rescind
us that thero was a good deul moio In
the rumor than meets tho o urged i-a
to the prosecution of fresh Inquiries
whereby w0 have been placed In l-os-
session of detailed factB. These Tueta.
which wo -now placo before our read-
era would go to show that the cur -
tain has only Just been inlscd over
(Continued on Face 6)
- Bay City Japanese Send
Resolution To Home
Japanese Consul-Oeneral Nugal of
San Francisco, who is charged by
the Jupauese residents there with
hnvl,.- nii.,,..-,i .3 ,n,. i r.
lsimii.... i frn, ., .i.jn. u
I making trouble for himself, state tho Kamo wl, wcf l,lac,',t U11,ler a"e
Japanese on tho Coast. "on'e months ago nnd utter being
Mr. Nagul, nctording to one of found guilty In tho DUtrlct Court car
the mainland newspapers, Is said to rled the case to Iho Circuit Court, hnva
have suggested to the Japanese thero
to make a contribution to defray
the expenses of his homo govern-
inent, while thu registration work
was being curried on. This Idea ev-
Idently did not meet with tho up-
proval of' the Mikado's subjects, who
tbourti -l lb; tl-th.l their c...
till HtiB VAtcriiiiiK inn iiuiliui iir,
In ordei In illhLina the imittr
in ordei to dlscuta the matter
openly, the Jupauese, numbering six
'.t-oniinuea on race 3)
Mandatory Provision In Land
Laws Would Cause Far-
ported by that commute Monda).
".i.l, T.. xTn,!
orci1 u ,he Committee on Territories
which nm lmeiwt.Mcihrouih iho
flf" c1a1b'-; .r'5clv,e'' SSnEt i?
"l" " " ' 'e '"" l"'T.",J" V."
n MIHIRIUU "" UWII tiMimuncu "all
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f " "'"VJ IV . ' J". """"""
In Oovernmental circles.
The reuctlonery effect of the pro-
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nS' by" he .''conunltS
" connmu-d b, Oovernor Frear in a
tiatAinani mniiA itiia innrniiic
.V.'. Kr '" .leclar.i.V"
uovernor rrear ueciareu wimoui
nnalincatlon tint. .Incorporation of
a ""'ndatory provision In the-pruanlo
Act compiling lhv (lovernmbnt 'to
open public lands upon the application
of tDty-nv,u citizens was wrong In
NOT A CANDIDATE
Senator Makes Emphitic Denial That
He Has Ambitions For
"' am not a candidate for Uo'egale
to Congress on the Democratic ticket,
Tht, Advertiser's statement this morn-
" -' - '" "
McCandless whom I liavu supported In
'he past. I want to llnlsh my term us
Senator Frank Harvy. who was re
ported tMa morning as a probable can
dldato for Delegate to Congress, whero
bo was to represent the Interests of
' Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Asso-
elation, made the ttboo statement this
'' "c contrndlcted the statement to the
0,rect lnllt " wo"l'l r"n If furnished
enough money to cover tils traveling
and other Incidental expenses, dm lug
tho coming campaign,
The "cowbo) senutor" us ho Is gen-
crally called bv the Hawallaus, was
greatly surprised lo llnd In this mom-
Ing's paper tho statement of his liav-
Ing expressed his willingness lo run.
on the strength of tho money consider-
Harvey, when asked whether ho had
attended the meeting of tho Wholesale.
William Vlda Sam Aimllona, Qeorge
,, .,,',,, . ,.', , ,
Knca n1"' K,'klI'' TK-'i with being
a party tu a sovon eleven gatnblliu'
been found guijly by tho highest trl-
,unal In the lliwnllan Islands and nc
cording to. a decision submitted by
j,i8(, ierry of tho Supremo Courl,
will be obliged to servo out tho son
tenco lniosed by thu lower courts,
Judge Perry contends that the ovl-
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b''l"S VW llial H WIa "h t
w,cll , f)Bl BIU, W(Jn a ,
alBO am.ouBi, ihB t,eil not have been
. ,. . it".., . . ...
(iirufu, iii.li ii wub u iM-iLvimibo Euuit',
J)ut. of course, we do nut know to
a certulnt) hovy such a provision woudl I
operate In practice." ndded tho chief
executive of tho Territory.
(lovernor Krear declared that thd
proposed change might have the effect
of pluclng the actual administration
of thu Territory's land laws In tho
hands of any twenty-five.c'tljons and
removing It with finality from tho ad
ministrative nnd executive afllclats of
Ihe Territorial government.
The (lovernor stated that be did
not believe that the tvvcnt)-'lve cltl-
'""n clause was lncorsiruted In tlio
" suppnrieu nt vvuKiuugion u- i.inK
Mi'n..,u,, i,m ii,rrm,i iimi n u.u n
coin Uehlea Vhat fluuar ,h
I""!" of the conunlttee . n Te
Thut ihe projiosed chatigo In the Or
inm no pruixiw-u c-huiiku in mi-wr
ganlc Ac. wouldbrl.. about a .rMs
ln,tho land la administration of Ha-
wall Is nnvv realized and It Is under-
stood that protests win Do wired to
Washington against the twcnty-flvo cl-
tlzens mandatory provision.
Liquor Dealers' Asrotl.it Ion last Mon
da) d( tiled llatly that hu had dune so
Ho added that the prohibition prob
lem which Is being ugltalcd by n cur-1
tain class of people is entirely out o'f
his province. , J
1 (hlnk some one Is tr)lng to mix
up with thlB liquor problem." con-'
tinned the senator. "For the prosent ,
nutu iimuiiiK id i.it- un mo proiiiui-
I prefer to wait until the nuei-
tlon Is solved by tho poople of tho Tcr-
rllory. who kail vote on It In July
I "That question Is up to tho people
'to decide whether it s to their ad
vantage to pass such a luw here or not.
After the election, tho Territorial Leg-
Islatme. which will convene next rear.
will have tho deciding vote, so fur as
tint problem Is concerned j
"Tho legislators, who shall bo elect
ed by Ihe voters or Hawaii, aru the
people In my opinion, to leglsluto ou
I Harvey concluded by emphasizing
the fact that he was, and is, and will
he, for Link McCandless as a cindl
dale for Delegate to Congress on tlio
Democratic ticket. "
The stntuto under which tho'defen-
daiits were charged and finally con-
vlcted plainly states that every per-
sou who deals plays or carries on nny
gambling gama Is guilty of a mlsdor
Judges Hnrtwcll, Perry and-'Tfobln-run
submitting llulr opinion stnto Ihot
eviuencit in ine caso was sulllcloiit to
support the verdict lniMised by thu
(Sneeial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. 0 Mar. 23
The appropriation bills for the ex
ecutive, legislative and fudicial de-
panments were reponeu m tne sen-
Ott tlvlflV tnrrttltlrv t4a1 nmnimi
I ni Ani mwm -"
-. vwwil VUllJIilk a lUini UIIIUUIIL
at jt,uj',uo t.
(Special Bulletin Cable1.)
DAYT0N1A. Fla., Mar- 23. Bar
ney Oidfieid, the famous nuto driver,
established a new record over the
two-mile course today, when he cov-
crcd the distance in the phenomenal
time of 03 87 seconds.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 23.
, . i r C Ii Vi
lhs House naeil he bill makinR an
Pporoonation for the raising of the
battleship Maine, which was stink
in Havana harbor by explosion, just
previous to the declaration of war
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 7 3-4d.:
naritv. 5. 12c. Previous quotation,
(Special Bulletin Cable.) '
irCTnwnTnn ti n tlt- no
ti. n 1.1: '!..;. i". i "' ..
"" committee or the House are
Kepresentattves DalH, Smith, Fas-
ett, Longworth, Lawrence and
And Six Die
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
VANCOUVER. B. C. Mar. 23.
The tup; Arthur B has foundered in
a storm and six members of the crew
have been lest
' '. . .
.PUTNEY. Enc.AMnr. 23. Oxford
defeated Cambridp.e today in the
.barue race on the Thanes by three
and a half lengths. Time, 20 1-4.
NEW YOHK. Mar. 23. Johns5n'a
M I I I
bail was this morninir raised to $5.. .
uuu. jonnson was item in the tombii .
fftr Aim lintii hafAM 4luk a j. . t ,1 "j-1
w 11W 11U1I14 uviuiu liiu icuuurtii
umoum couia oc raisca,
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