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& V From San Franciioo: Virginian December For San Francisco: inline December From Vancouver: Moniin January For Vancouver: Manuka January ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4834. FIGHT TAFT Plebiscite Is Will Of People Governor Frear and Others De clare Against Reviving Curtis Measure J. 0. Woolley's attempt to forco prohibition on Hawaii liy the rolntro ituctltm of the Cm fix hill In Congress will moot with tlit most vigorous o porltlon from the outset mul If thcic seems liny likelihood that tho bill will become a Inw, prompt mensuics to head It of! will ho taken here. Tho AKSoclnted l'ress cablegram jostcrday that stated nnothcr effort Ir to ho nindo to get prohlhitlon lcglsl.i Hon through congress wiir tho first def inite nssiiianco that Woolley had been able to do onythliig, nllhough there haw been unsubstantiated rumors of It from tlmo to time. Today tho ef fort Is generally condemned, ns tho losnlt of tho plebiscite allowed con clusively what the people of the Tcr 'rltory think about it. Governor Frcar this morning char acterized as uufortunato and unwise tho lelntroditctlon In Congress of the Cm tin prohibition hill for Hawaii, Tho Oovcrnor declared that ho was entirely out of (sympathy with the or ient to bring tho prolilhitlon question up ngntn,, declaring that It had been finally and conclusively settled, as f.tr as present conditions nro concern ed, by tho plebiscite that was held l.ist July. Tho flovornor stated that tho peo ple of Hawaii aro justified in going hefoio Congress with tho resullH nf tho plebiscite ns an nhsnluto expres sion of public sentiment by tho Cltl 7CM1F of tho Territory Tho Introduction nf the Cuitls bill ngaln cannot ho due to tho Inllucnce or anyone In tho Territory, In tho opinion of Governor Krear. Tho Chief Executive holloves thut nil 1n forests have willingly accepted tho remits of the plebiscite ns llnal and would do nothing to overturn the will or tl.o peoplo ns expressed nt tho polls hiFt July. "Do you bcllovo that tho plebiscite ns held In July was n fair and com plete test of tho sentiment of tho SECRETARY OF WAR FOLLOWS ADVANCE OF TIMES IN HIS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AEROS i (Ily Associated Press.) VVASIIINUTON, D C, Dec. 13. As might hae been expected after his pcihunul flights In nuropUmes In Tiunce Societmy Dickinson tomes out In' his annual report with u htiong Inducement of tho ll lug urn. chine unil with n ro;onimoiidatlon to Congress fur un appropriation to pro- bio the Signal Coips with a re.i lonnhlu number of the better typu of machino for iiiBtiuUluu purposes and Hold work. Ho let alls the fiat that tho Unit ed States wits tho first nation olll dally to 'euignlzo tho neroplnno for military purposes and cotiilucteil at Port Mor In 100S tho IliBt public lllght of n heavier than nlr machine, jet It has slnco thut data mnilo 1M iiddltluu to lis neiommtlcnl equip- iiii'itt, which nt picwnt consists uf one siunll dlilglhl'o bulloon. one Wrluht aeroplane, and thieo Hinnxl captive balloons. Nor has It added tn Its trained perrouticl, which at piocut (onslutx nf onii Signal Corp lleiileiiiint ami nine enlisted men, nil dun In I'oiiiiecllim with iu'iiiiiiiuHm. Them Is only nun nlllier who U licensed pilot for fieo halloiilis ..,.. i. ..-I,.,. II,,,, i,. . ,..i V U.IHMW MPnv.i .. H iMini .... lotpeiidlluiii nf U.nit.Ki:i fur Urn 25 20 1 20 3:30 EDITION 1-1 COMMUTES people on tho question of prohibition," Governor lronr was neked. "I do," responded the (1ocrnor, "as far ns prevailing conditions nro con cerned. Wo have plenty of Importunt pioblems before us mid tho July ploblscito was n fair reflection of pub lic sentiment." Tills morning a cablegram was re cohed from George ,M. McC'lelhui, so- cretary to Dclegato Kuhlo. McClel-!hls Inn's cablo simply reads: "Prohlbl Hon bill sleeping." Whether this means that it Is not n llvo Issue- nor likely to he, or whether It means that It is likely to ho awakened nt any time, Is not npparont. W. H. Castle, who headed off Wool ley's mnement to Ret tho American IJonrd to endorse piohlbltlon for Ha waii said today, that Woolley assert ed nf'that tlmo that tho Curtis bill would he revived at this session of ConRiess. "How over," said Mr. Castle, "I was n member of tho commltteo to which tho resolution Woolley tried to put through tho board was sent, nnd when I told tho chairman that In my opinion piohlbltlon is not the thing for Ha waii, ho killed It J)y putting It In his pocket." Secretary Hermit, m tho Merchants' Association, this morning declared that If there seems nny probability ol prohibition for Hnwntl being serious ly considered by Congress, tho Asso ciation will nt onco net on tho mat ter. 'Tho plebiscite showed conclu slvely Hint Hawaii Is ngalnst prohl hltlon." said Mr. Ilerndt, "and If Con gross seems dlsxscd not to regard this ns final, the commercial Interests will undoubtedly feel Justified In tnk lng n hand " .Whllo tho liquor Interests havo 'so far taken no action, they will do so quickly If prohibition is threatened, nnd tho retention of somo ottornov to fight tho case In Washington will 1 naturally follow. Piinnma Canal, lucluillng tho con struction of posts for tho permanent giirilsou, and $7,000,000 of this sum should be made available Immediate ly In order to umiplete tho project within tlueo ears. The additional sum of $2,000,000 Is also wanted Im mediately to be upplled towards tho ci cation of naval establishments In the Canal .one ns a necessary part of tho defense of the canal. Tho secretary notes with gratlflca Hon u reduction by 30,8 per cent. In tho number of Uesortlous last year compared with the preceding year. Altogether thoio wero 3 Ml deser tions, or u percentage of 3. Gil of the stiength of tho army, which was lesn than any fUcul year since 1899. The dcciease was most uimkeit In tho en gineer Held m Hilary nnd cnvnlry.' Tills' Is believed to ho the result of tho extraordinary offort mnilo h the department in tho direction o( prompt nnd vigorous puisult of u 'In ner! cr by means practically certain' to result In bin apprehension mul subsequent punishment ns n military rnuvti't miller tho hard ami rlgoroul (ouilitloiiH of 'prison dlBiipllne. The ilenlb tale In tho army liut j ear was tho lowest that bus over ..,., r.. i ii... i.iini .i.iiuIi.ip l.i.lnn' in , ill , ill, inn i"..i nn. ...--, ,..... inn, r wlildi 22S wmo hum dUwiscj Evening HIilletin PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITJRY PROHIBITION His Life Is Christmas Present John Wynne Saved From Gal lows By President Taft. John Wjnno Is not to hang for the murder of James Mncklnnon on tho uii Hiiip uuiecnuis in iiuuoiuiu wir-,,,... .. in ici. A cnblo was received this morning by United Sluteu Mondial Hendry from Attorney Clcncrnl Wlckcrsham staling that l'lesldent Taft has com muled the sentence of Wjnno to life imprisonment. This cable was confirmed by a cnblo fi-om the Associated l'ress which stilt ed that President Taft hud commuted Wjnno dentil's sentence and contain ing the fuither explanation that the President considered tho man's tntoxl cation In tho llRlit of extenuating clr cunisttinces. Wynne was brought to tho Judiciary building this morning hut ns court j was not In session no formal proceed-' Ings wero held In connection with tho! receipt of tho cable. Wjnne was plainly affected by ho receipt or mo news. I haio wnlted n lone time." was remnrk. "and It Is n nilRhty Rood, Chilstmas present n man's life' EMBEZZLER GETS NEW TRIAL ON APPEAL i f Am-uk-IiiIm! l'rtss O.lhlo.) SAN rilANCISCO, Dec. 20. The Appellate Court today revorsed tho Judgment of tho Circuit Court" In the case of Walter Ilartnctt of the California Safe Deposit & Trust Co. Ilartnctt wns convicted of embez- -II III.. I.-,..--!...- I.. Il. Pnl. i....K k.h ,iC,u,.k.. K . " (' ton estate, and wns sentenced to ten v cars' Imprisonment. The Appellnto Court oiclors n now trlnl of tho fu mous ease. REBELS IN MEXICO ROUT DIAZ' TROOPS 'Mwint Hullet tn -fable 1 CHIHUAHUA, Dec 20. The rebol forces today routed n troop-truln (Oiitulnlng government soldiers nt Malpaso. Twenty-one of the govern ment i-olcllors were killed .ton nro missing and forty-two were wounded. STEAMER OFF ROCKS WITHOUT DAMAGE (Hpiclnl Hull oil n Cuhtt-.l VANCOUVHIt. II. C.t Dec. 20. Tho btenmer Prime George, which went uu the harbor rocks here, has been floated and the damage has been found not serious. WILL PAY FEES Japanese Fishermen Forced To Make Good to the Territory. Orders from SuMirlntcudoiit of Pub lic Works Campbell that tho Japan eso sampan tleet should bo denied local wharfage facilities becuuso tho owners of the sampans have refused to pay whurfngo fees, woro followed by quick action among tho Jap.meso this morning. When I hoy saw that they could no longer bluff tho matter thiuiigh, they decided to pay up. l'i Helically nil the Japanese fisher men will pay up their share of tho wharfage, fees, sajs T. MItaniura, pre sident of tho Hawaiian Fisheries Co, Ltd., and Dr l. I labia, pieshlunt or tho Pacific Klhhlng Co. Tim Japanese sampans have been docked nt tho entrance of tho chan nel for miiiiii lime. Komo of tho own ms of the boats linvo lofuaed nbso Intel) In pay fur tho wluufiiKo fin-Ill-lies, beciUMi the) claimed, tho wluill belonged In the uovuriummt. ami - .. . .. . . ... . ..!.. ineiein o inej mm ti i'ii-ii iikih (Conllnutd on laire f) W Xmas ads create Xmas OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER WYNNE'S Attorney-Ocnernl Wlckersham's nn nuiil report to Congress makes the follnw-lUK rcferen e to the case of John Wjnne. "Winne was convicted In tho Dis trict Court nf the Inited States for Territory of Hawaii of murder, committed on board the steamer Kosecrans, an American vesso while llng in the harbor of Hoiinlul'ii. The Indictment w-ns .founded upon sec. Hon ri.1.19, Itcvlsed Statutes. Plain tiff In error maintained that no of fense was charged within the Juris-" diction of the trial court; that the words 'out of tho Jurisdiction of any paitlctilnr State' ns used In section fiSSn did not refer to the States of the I'nlon, hut to a sepnrnte political community, nnd that Hawaii nnstl tuted such n community. The Su premo Court took the opposite view. however, determining Hint question nl fcevernl others raised by plaintiff I" en"T ln r,,vor nf ,h'' Onvornmcnt. The svllabus 1b ns follows " 'The words ''out of the Jurlsdlc Hon of nny particular State' ns used I" section r.339. rtovlfed Stntutos, refer to tho Stntes of the Union nnd (Continned'on Pace 4. SEVEN YEARS IN PRISON FOR (Associated" Pith Cubl" SAX TUANCISCO, Dec. 20. Por- iner Police Captain Michael J, Con boy, who shot and killed n man named Logon, was today sentenced to seven years' Imprisonment for manslaughter. Cotiboy shot the man lW,e under the Inlluence of drink, . . W.R. CASTLE IS REAL OPTIMIST "lluncombe, buncomWi nil bun combe!" With these words W. U. Castle laughingly dismisses the reports that n Democratic revision of the tnrld will hit Hawaii through tho sugar Industry. Hack from an extensive trip on the mainland, he declnrea that neither at this prercnt session nor the noxt Is thero nny diingor that tho tin Iff on sugar will ho pruned or removed, nnd be advances plcntj of reasons for his statements. "In the first place, thero will not bo any revision of the tnilff during the short session herauso the com plexion of emigres Is Republican enough to defeat It," ho says. "Not need nnyono worry If perhaps n bill Is Introduced that looks like a Bweop. lng blow nt sugar. It will not bo passed now nnd Its mere Introduc tion will not hurt nnybody, because it will probably ho done with nn eyo to Its effect on the next elections. "Now as to the next Bcsslon of Congress- Tho House, It Is truo, will bo Democratic but tho Senate and llio President 'will be ltcpubllcnn, mid this lu Itself would probuhly do feat uuy Imiwitunt divergence from tho Itepiibllciiu doctilue of protec tion. 'However, tho Democrats them selves do not want tho tariff o'u sug ar lemoved. Look at the Democratic mcnibers-elcct. They come from the South, where imio sugar Is n great Industry, us In Louisiana, mid Horn tho West, where tho beet sugar In dustry Is leutoiod. They would not dare to remove tho taiiff on sugar, being responsible tn the people Hint elected them. "No," coiiUuded Mr. Castle, "thoro M'oiiib tn huvo been it great deal nf unncicsMn nervousness In Hawaii over wlmt may happen tn the tariff. It won't hint sugar, )m may depend upon It," Indue It. P. Qimilcx will leave lo in iiinniiw llio l.nillun fur Idaho bis funnel Inline CGNBOY wants that Xmas stocks can fill 20, 1910. 14 PAGES. VACCINATION FOR ALL COMING I Varioloid Appears Amonn Puunene Laborers Says Wireless. HEALTH BOARD PLANS QUARANTINE REGULATIONS Conference With Physicians of U. S. Marine Hospital Service By Dr. Pratt. As the result of a wireless receiv ed this morning from Maul, stating that two cased of varioloid, n form of smallpox, have developed at Puu nene, Dr. Pratt, acting president of the Territorial Uourd of Health, de cided to call upon the United States Murine Hospital Service for assist nice in maintaining u restricted quarantine of Maul. The wireless was reiclved from Chief Sanitary Officer Charlock, who went to Maul to nsslst In the cam paign against Hie serious diphtheria tpldemlc thut now totals nearly n hundred cares. The wireless states that only two Filipino have been trlckcn with the disease, but the cport produced quirk action upon (he part of the Hoard of Health. The quarantine regulations as now uitllncd will Include n fumlgUlon of II vessels from Maul ports, both to Honolulu nnd other Island ports, the fumigation of baggage and tho vac ilnatlon of nil passengers. Tho plan for n quarantine wns ten. tnthely outlined by Dr. Pratt this morning, final nctlon being held In nheynnce ponding n consultatl with the physicians of tho United States horpltnl service and members of the Hoard of Health. Dr Pratt Is hopeful that extreme quarantine methods will not be nec essary, not wanting to make tho peo. pie of Maul suiter hardships unless It Is found absolutely necessary to protect the people of O.ihu and the other Islands. GOVERNMENT WATCHING GUNBOAT (Ktwliil I lilt In tin Cable.) NHW OKM3ANS, La Dec. 20. The former I' S, 'gunboat Hornet, recently purchased by the Honduras government, has obtained her clear- nice papers, but still lies nt anchor. The ossol Is being closely wntched by tho government. RESULTS OF " ' ENGLISH ELECTIONS (Hln-rliil II 11 1 let 1 11 Palile. V LONDON, Dec. 20. The llnnl re turns from the elections glvo the (iovcrnment 398 and Opposition 72 SENATE AND HOUSE AGREE ON BILLS (KiM-chil 11 ii I let I ll Cnblo.) WASHINOTON, I). C, Dec, 20. The Senate passed tho omnibus claims, the House agreeing to the amendments of tho urgent deficiency hill. ALL STOCKS SLOW ON THE EXCHANGE TradiiiR Slack Both On and Between Board Meetings, Trading on tho stock exchange) was almost stagnant today and III"" ac tivity was rcxirtod between boards, about tho only feat urn being the salu of (3,000 telephone bonds. There went plenty of quol nl Ions w II limit bids but the actual transfers vvem few 1'iesldeut llohnrt II. Ilond of tho new exiliaiiKii slated today that the 1I11I11 (or formal opening Is still uu eeilau, hill Hull llio project pioinlU cd iivei) thing Imped fur it. SENTENCE East Awarded Navy Contracts Alberger Pump Company Gets Job For Machinery At Pearl Harbor (AkmikIuUiI PrtKs Ciililt ) WASHINGTON. D C Dec. 20 The Albcrgor Pump Co. wns award Eastern Arms were successful today ed the contract for furnishing the In bidding for two big naval con- pumping mnrblucry for tho great tracts, one of which affects Hawaii.' drydocks under construction nt Pearl The Newport News Shipbuilding Co. Harbor. Haw-all; llreinertou, Wash.', wn.i awarded the contract for the 'and New York The figure for the new battleship Toxus, the figure bo- three Bets of machinery wns $323 lng $.',820,000. 000. BILL WHICH GRANTS WATER RIGHTS ON RESERVATION TO M'CROSSON FOR FIFTY YEARS A copy of the bill granting John associates nnd assigns, be, nnd aro' T. McCrosjon unci his associates' hereby, granted the exclusive right water rights on the military reservn- to take, use, Impound, and carry tluu bus betn lecilvcd bj Thompson, uwny, nt nnd upon the expiration demons ,t vllder, mid is bore pro.jor sooner determination of any out sented for the (list time In full. The Mnndlng lease or leases on said prop bill Is technically known as II. It. jerty turning such wnter rlfchts, and 2590, mid Is entitled, "A bill grmit-i to continue thenieforth for a term lng to J. T. McCnwson. his associates and assigns, tertaln wnter rights on the military reservation nt Wnlmiae Ukn Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii." The hill miikes Is obligatory upon Mid u mid his nsMiclutes to de liver treo of charge nil the water needed for post or encampment pur poses and to build at their own ex pense such pipe-lines and reservoirs us may be needed to deliver tho water. On tho bill appears this printed notation: , "Mr. Kalanlannnle Introduced the following bill; which was referred to the committee on territories and or, uereu 10 oe pruned. Tho toxt of the hill Is ns follows: "llo It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Unit- ed States of America In Congrcba assembled, That J T. MrCrofson, ot Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, his OAHU ENTITLED TO MORE SEATS A now apportionment of reprcsen tntlon In tho Torrltorlnl legislature Is almost sure to follow tho census ot citizens lu the districts, tho figures of which nro oxjiectcd to bo received by (lovcrniir Trcur In tho near future. These figures will form tho basis of n bill for rcupiHirtlonmcnt to be In trod need nt tho next tegular session of tho Legislature in February Tho Organln Act provides that tho legislature shall provide representn Hon In pmiKirtlon to tho number of citizens within tho election districts. Thero bus been nil liicrcnso of approx imately 21.000 people oil O.illll since llio hiHt census ami thu Increase In citizens has iilno been high Uil this basis It Is believed that Onhu Is sum to he granted additional repicM'nlatlnn lu tho Legislature 4. "I inn goliiK In light prohlbl- Hon much harder this Hum than 1 ever did before I think It Is ir wroiu: for Woolley to hi: title Hint bill ngnlli lu Congress, after Hie people of Hawaii have shown their iiplKmlllou to It, through h. plebiscite." -J. I Kuluillw ! liaole, IMi'kuIk tn C'iinriH . i - I Merchants who talk about honest Roods In an honest, interesting way, in the advertising columns of the BULLETIN, seldom have slack times. PRICE 5 CENTS. BILL of not less than fifty years, all wa- ters of the United Stntes within tho limits of Hint certain military reser vation mndo by tho order of tho i-rcmuoiii juiy iwenucui, eiguieeu v hundred nnd ninety-nine, setting usldc n portion of Wnlnnne Uka In tho Island of Onhu, Territory of 'Ha waii, and us published tn General -Orders of the War Department Num- bcred Ono hundred and forty-seven,-' nnd dated August tenth, eighteen' hundred mul nliiety.nlne, and for such purpose to enter upon such resi" ervutlon mid make survoys thereon'" for and construct and maintain .' dams. reservoirs, canals, ditches, tunnels, nnd pipe lines, nt flumes. such places on said land as h0 or they may select, Including nlso tho right to take from the lands of thv United States ndjncent thereto earth" nnd stone necessary to the construe- , Hon thereof: Prolded, Thut tho (Continued on Pace 8) FINALLY ENDED Itev. It, 11, Parker, the aged pastor of Kawalaliau church, consented to hno n board of trustees npxiluted. To morrow night, he and tho Insurgents, headed by J K Kamanoiilu, will con gregate nt Knwnlahao church to sefj. lect men to servo on the board. '' Tomorrow night Is the duto for tho regular meeting; hut owing to tho se KAWAIAHAO ROW lection of tho board, other hUHlnes.-T will bo suspended. . ., Tho controversy ovor tho appoint- incut of tho hoard has been going on , for somo time. Itqv. Mr. Parker did not want thu Hoard to bo npioluted Immediately, hut since he has had conference with prominent church woikcis he decided to submit to thu wishes of tho members. Kiimauoulu who heads tho Insurg ents'' tuted Hint ho does not euro whether ho Is apnlnted on tho hoard, or not ns long ns tho board of trustees Is niinicd. "I don't euro whether I am upHnt ed ns a member of tho bo.ird.or nut. Wlint iln 1 want In sea Is n tumid, and nn long us Mr. Parker mid tho rest "V the members of the fliuich huvu doim ; their dill) lu nelecllng men In rer nil llio IIimhI, I mil satisfied" foftlllculloiu of llio leriiilnl of Hid (Continued on l'liuo 0) &&?.