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From San Francisco: Ilonolulun January 27 For San Francisco: Ficrra Junuary 25 From Vancouver: MaUura February S For Vancouver: " Zcalaiulla January 31 Evening Bulletin 3:30 EOlTiON Adyertismg;;isbuildingp lines The value of an advertisement principally in its TRUTH, while space and attractive display play their pari in producing immediate results. , . ,- ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 8433. JO PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24.191 1 . 10 PAGES. PRICE 5. CENTS. DETAILS OF M'CROSSON'S HEARING Many Premises Ready To Assure Anything That Suggested Secretary Was Mail advices received today save the details of the hearing Itefore the War Department in regard to McCrosson' hill for diverting the waters from the military reservation. , - The hearing was held In the oHlce of the Secretary of War, before Secretary Dickinson, General Leonard Wood, Gen eral Alesliiiv, General Kdwards and the secretary's stenographer. K. M. Wat son was called upon by the secretary to present Mct'rosson's side of tho ear.e. Watson produced a map of tho military reservation and adjoining laud?, and described the military reser vation and Its situation, the two forks of the KauUonahua stream, the south ...toil: which he staled rises cmui-iy, ' on the military reservation and Hhe; north fork V'artly upon the reservation., H, (incited the Act of Congress by which the Wahiawa company was given Its rights on the reservation, but claim ed that the Act of Congress did. not carry any water rights, nnd that, aft er the 14th of January, 1912, when Iho lease to the Dowsott company expires,, the Wahiawa Water Company would have no rights in the water. Watson's Argument. Mr. Watson further argued that the Ai t of Congress carried with It nn .iirreemont to deliver water for post ,.n,l pnesimnment purposes, that Wahiawa Water Company had failed - .... ...!U tUn to carry out In its contract woo DEALINAJB. STOCK PENDING JAPANESE STRIKE, LOCKOUT AND PICKETS FURNISH SOME One of the largest deals of the season. In Alexander & Italdwin stock Is pending In the local market. It has not yet been completed, but may be closed during tlfiS day. The stock Is said to be held at $(0 a share, nnd the deal Involves a total of something like two hundred thousand dollars. ;V- ? ir S A4 EXCITEMENT AT BRICK PLANT that that was a correct interpretation, that the word "furnish" does not mean "deliver," and that he would have un derstood it In the same sense. General Aleshlre apparently took the same view and Secretary Dickinson said that that was the natural definition. Vested Rights Emphasized. After Mr. Watson had finished, Mr. Kinney and Mr. I'.rown presented the side of the Wahiawa Water Company. They announced that they did not claim that there was any grant of the water on the face or the Act, but stated that I he Wahiawa company not only had vested rlglits tn uie water i i" stream, but also equitable rights nris- ' lug from the erection anil maintenance of the storage dam with the -consent of the Government. Mr. Kinney gave an abstract of the law concerning lfa- wailan water rights, and stated that tint Wahiawa company claimed part of the normal (low of the south fork for the benefit of the taro lands, and quoted from the decisions rendered by the Ha waiian courts to show that the Wahi awa Water Company could prove good title to a large portion of the. water in the south fork, both normal nnd Hood, lie said that any diversion of those waters would result In litiga tion. Secretary Dickinson turned to Dr. McCrosson and asked him ir lie was prepared for that. Mr. McCrosson stat ed with great assurance that he would take care of all litigation. Mr. Mc- COMMISSION FOR TARIFF AGREED UPON A strike,, a lockout and an experi- f ence with ileteriiiincil picneiers at inc 'iiew plant of the Honolulu Lava 1 trick' Company, culminated yesterday In the interference of a Japanese who repre sented himself us from the local con sulate. It is declared today by Consul General Cyelio that his aflice hail nutli- S'jing to do with the matter and knew nothing about It. The trouble among the Japanese la borers began several weeks ago, ac cording to Superintendent Chester Car mlchael of the brick company. First the men struck because they wanted to lay off a day and couldn't, and then they formed a grievance In the pres ence of the foreman, a stalwart color ed man. ami (l inaiuled that he he dis charged. Most of the laborers there upon lost their own Jobi Last night tendent Carmiehael today. "When they first demanded that I fire the boss, Jim, 1 'di'lutrgeil; all1 of the Japanese, lor they were simply trying to have their own way. They claimed the boss illtreated them, but he only made them work. "Later on I hired other Japanese nnd It was these that they tried to drive nway yesterday and last night. Some Japanese came out and represented hlimtelf from the consul's olllce; in fact, 1 thought It was the consul him self, lie tried to straighten matters out. "Last night at 12 o'clock the 'picket -ers' got my workmen together and held a meeting. However, the 'strike' Is over, I fired the ringleaders and ex pect no further trouble." Superintendent Carmiehael says the f Associated l'ress Cattle. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24. The House committee on ways and means has agreed upon a bill to be submitted to the House, for. . permanent tariff commission of five members, practical ly as suggested by President Taft. NEW ORLEANS BILL REPORTED ( Associated Press Cable.) WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 24. The New Orleans exposition bill was re ported to the House today. It provides a million-dollar appropriation for a government exhibit. it G o'clo.k some of the Japanese Japanese were all right except lor a 'picketed" the plant at Kapahulu nnd few who stirred up the discontent. attempted to drive other workmen At the oftlce of Consul-tieiieral I'yeno away. Then the trouble started. today It was stated positively that the "As a matter of-fact, the strike did office had nothing whatever to do with not amount to much," said Superln- the man. Who he Is remains a mystery SRRINERS ILLIHEALTH OF PORT BUILD GREAT PAVILION i el... .. AiifuMor ti government, am t .... V" ,nt Crosson made some very strong state- ght , apply to the ar lm.nts , .)mt )l0 w(lH willinK to ,, for the lease of the water rights and to ' ;-ms possible for such " '" - " " ,),,! l'.unisu water itu f'""" 1 ....n... .... J stated that he would, and was uppnr- make the best a valuable privilege. McCrosson i a i. ..!vw. linn nml Mltlkf Ollereil to put in u ..,,..- , ,.H,lff that estimated to cost e"1'. ''" " " other imrxovements $!;,n,Wm,to take a lease for fifty years and surrender Improvements that they estimated would cost them $S0p.u00, at the end ofv the term. Crp.nt Is Interpreted. The proceedings were rpiite informal, i n, ,vhll mnlcliitr his mill mi. ' ""' " I., . r. n-l,A a,,l,alnmn lt,nAU lives IIIIU tin- prn.iu-. ic - KETCHEL'S MURDERERS ARE SENTENCED might l)H asKcu in oruer iu uui "-' point. Report to Congress. At the Hose of the hearing, Secre tary Dickinson stated that lie would re port on the McCrosson bill to the com mittees of the House of Representa- Associated 1 tress Cattle. M ARSHFIELD, Mo Jan. 24. Wal ter Dipley and Goldie Sirrfth were to day convicted of murdering Stanley Ketchel, the prize-fighter. They were sentenced to life imprisonment by rec ommendation of the jury. bv r,imrt r recewed and General Aleshlre. When he stated hy cnhlr nnd published.- that the Wahiawa company had refus- ed to deliver the water. Mr. Goodale( Tlm fumM,al of the infiint dmiBliter produced a copy of n letter to Captain Mncon(ielo will ,)e ,le,d from Castner showing that the Wahiawa company had not refused, but had tlte residence on Young street tomor iiierely stated its understanding of the row, Wednesday, at 3 p. m. The body Act. At this point. General Wood said will be cremated. CUPID'S DARTS PIERCED HEARTS OF PEDAGOGUES BOUND FOR CHINA One n issenger traveled nil the way , delefjalion of neliool teachers who are fiom Ran' Francisco to Honolulu by now enroute to China. the Toyo Khcii Kuisha liner Teny.i Maiu and his inline was never enter-j eel upon (he large list l passeiiRers. on board that, vessel. lie was none other than youthful Dan Cupid, he of uiieiiing aim with the winded arrow of love. When the Japanese steamer earn? alongside Hie Al.'iken wharf shortly before nine o'clock Ibis morning it was plainly apparent that ft spirit of restlessness prevailed the upper promenade decks! The more or loss radical change from (he cold brisk climate off the c.io.t nf California to the soothing ami ret'tful zephyrs to be found in H'p latitude of the Hawaiian group prov ed too strong a combination for sev-and eral young educators Included in tue Tho vessel had hardly berlhed, and her passengers HUM ashore before TWELVE JAPANESE ARE EXECUTED ( Associated Press Cable. 1 TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 24. Twelve per sons, including Ringleader Kotoku and wife, who were condemned to death for hatching up an attempt upon the life of the Mikado, were executed today. P0ST0FFICE BILL PASSES, HOUSE I AKtnrlntcd Prnsw Cn'itO WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24. The postoffice appropriation bill passed the House today. A big pavilion by the sea will be constructed by local Shriners A' for the great haniU't and ball X to be given the visiting nobles next February. This was decid-ii- ed upon by the ball committee yesterday afternoon. The pavll- Ion will be built near the Sea ii side lintel and will he a miiiii- mo'h structure with a rorril p gated iron roof and the sides i;- open. Chairman M. Phillips of ; the committee. is busy now mak- lug arrangements for the bulld f.l lng, which will be a unlipie feature. " ;Y- " -a- Experts Called In McQuaid Case Defense Prepares Hyperthetical Question Covering Claims oi M Inesponsibility , A hyperthe'.ical question drawn to cover all of the many phases of the. McQuaid case, and intending to show. In the opinion of a medical expert, whether McQuaid was sane or Insane it the time of shooting Volney C Jlriver on the morning of November 4th last, was before Circuit .lulls'? Cooper this morning. The question lovers eleven type written pages and was prepared bv the attorneys for the defense. The question, as amended in a number of ways on the objections of City and County Attorney Cut heart, will bo .isked Dr. Slraub tomorrow morning The last four paragraphs of the question reads as follows: CULBERSON HAS NO OPPOSITION (Special Bulletin Cable.) , AUSTIN, Tex., Jan. 24. Senator Charles A. Culberson, one of the Demo cratic leaders of the South, was today reelected without opposition by the Texas Legislature. WOUNDED NOVELIST IS RECOVERING ; (Assnelnteil Ris3( dbhlo.4 i NEW YORK. Jan.; 24.-David Gra ham Phillips, the n(egsi,"snot by an unknown man yesterday, is improving CHARLIE BARR IS DEAD ' (Asmclatd Press Cattle. 1 , SOUTHAMPTON! JVIass., Jan. 24.- TO DE LOOKED AFTER Senator-elect A. F. Judd's letter to Governor Fronr on the appointment of a sanitary commission to safeguard "'' (he jsirt of Honolulu has called forth from the governor a letter In reply in which he not only ngrces with the stand taken by Mr. .ludd but suggests the method by which tho plans may be materialized. ( Governor Frear recommends that ;' the milter ho taken up by the legis lature lUIIMtgll 1. HI. Ill i .-.,,,, ami Mr. .ludd is now drafting the re solution, to be presented at the earl iest opiorlimily when the legislature meets next mon!h. The resolution will outline very briefly the need for the commission and urge the detach ing of an army surgeon and an army engineer to work In conjunction with a local man. Governor Frear'g letter Indicates that, when the matter has bePn pass ed favorably upon by the local legis lature he will take it up Immediately wlib Washington authorities, lie states that ho has already discussed it with James A. Ofti flold, former sec retary of the Interior. NEVADA RE-ELECTS GEORGE S. NIXON (Sriclal 1 let In ruhle.1 CARSON CITY, Nov, Jan. 24. United States Senator George S. Nixon was reelected by the Legislature today, flixon is a Republican. AMOY IS QUARANTINED fSru.plnl Hal let In f'llhlP.I AMOY, China, Jan. 24. All ships coming here from the north have been quarantined because of the plague. inirreptioiis but. persistent inqnirios c,ptaini Charlie Barr, who piloted the were launched by lutemiing nrmai American yacht Defender to victory in couples who sought tho friendly of- hep racB witn Shamrock II., died here flees of duly ordained minister or today. nn aulliorized justice of the peace. I , , "Those delightful nights which wo' ItinTCrj INSURGENT i- ...til. .1. i ha o-i'n'itni' lvni'T ni " - Iho voynso down from TriaetT wmr tori much for sonu- of the pedagogues, - was the lip coming Irom one uucer. MADISON, Wis., Jan. 24. Senator The spacious decks of the lenyo Robert Mi La Folletto was today SENT BACK TO SENATE Mai n are exceedingly well adapted for onosen t0 gucceed himself by the W the billing and cooing or arrteni iov- consin L95atur.. ers. There Is plenty of rMm for nil. , , The antics of those who were hit by SI PAR tl.e .uatrln.onial bug , were amusing , . Jan; 21,LBeeU; proved an illuminating feature ; n ,.,d;;. parlty; 3., (Continued on Page 0) Previous quotation, 8a. It l-4d. TAFT FOR AID TO ' U. S IAERCHANT MARINE : ifUiuwhit It n I I e t I n f'alile.1 WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 24. PMiiitun Taft today addressed the merchant marine congress. He declar ed that he hopes for immediate legisla tion on the needs of the American mer chant marine. IN FOREIGN PORT8. Tuesday, January 24. SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Jan. 21: S. Arlzonun. for S:in Francisco. SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Jan. 22: S. Virginian, from Kuhulnl, Jau. SY.pNJ'JY-r rrlved Jan. 23:- S. S. Mo ana, hence Jan. 7. ' GRAYS HARBOR Sailed Jan. 24. Schr. P. Q. Wood, for Honolulu. of. the shooting herein before referred to." Decision on the technical wording of the last paiagraph has been reserv ed by Judge Cooper until tomorrow morning. The question that will he propound ed to Dr. Straub tomorrow cover practically every detail of the Mcr Quaiil case and upon It Dr. Straub, placed upon the stand as an expert by the defense, will give bis opinion as to whether he considers McQual4 responsible under the charge of as sault to murder. Dr. Murray Testifies.. ' 1 Testimony In McCiniiid's behalf was given this morning by K. A. Douthitt detailing the circumstances of a visit paid to his home hy McQuaid late one "That the subject of this question night when McQuaid told the attor- ( McQuaid) testifies that lie was no', tware of the fact that he had not tired nt or wounded the other man (Driver) until ibout three days after the affair took place when he was In formed of this fact by, hospital at tendant. Thrit tho subject of thl:t question was informed that the other man had been from about the month if April nr M'ly, 1010, employed at ii place a disla-ce of some miles from the city and that the subject of this piestion testifies that neither on thi I hi vd day of November nor on tht fourth day of November had any ex pectatlon of meeting said man noi had he at any time any intention of shooting him. "From tho time he discovered Ibis other man in his home on th 12th ll'iy of January and up to an 1 incliu! Mg Iho date of Ihe shooting Ihe subject of this question constant ly and continually worried and brood ed over his domestic trouble. That this was the absorbing subject of his (hough's and that he was on numei oils occasions obliged under a phyi.l clan's prescription to take sleeping powders to Induce sleep. "Assuming Ihe above facts to he true, we will now ask you whether i'i your opinion the subject of this ques- tfey of his domestic troubles and ask ed for his advice. Douthitt stated that he had talked with McQuaid on previous occasions when McQuaid made rambling and incoherent state ments. Dr. Murray testified that he had known McQuaid for a period of about three years and considered hiin a man of nervouR temperament. lie stated that McQuaid was under his treatment dining Ihe year of 191') uid that during the laller part of August lie considered his condition quite serious. Dr. Murray testified til McQuaid's habit of mental abstract thin nnd told of passing him on thj street, within a few feet, McQuall not recognizing him, although he wai a visitor at the physician's office neat, ly every other day. I Dr. Murray told of a visit froiii Mrs. McQuaid when he asked him about her husband's condition. vSlw asked me "whether William is taking dope or is crazy," stated Dr. Murray. Following Dr. Murray's testimony the hyperthetical question was taken up lor discussion between Judge Coo per and the attorneys, the Jury be'lffy; excused. ,7 it is expected that the McQuaid case will go to the Jury not later lhan tion was sane or insane at the time Thursday. OF CABLE TELLS TOM KAY'S DEATH Tonv Kay died In London this morn j This .sad and unexpected news i will ,e received with keen regret, by u very large number of people within tlm Ter llflfocy. as there was hurdly a planta tion man more widely or favorably known thnn Tom Kay. Mr. Kay was one of the oldtlmers in tin sugar business, raving been the manaerer of Kiikulhaele and later of I liilav.ii, In the Kohiila du trlct. About ll'-e years ago Mr. Kay left the active management of the linlawa plantation nnd devoted his time to bis financial Interests. He was nt the time of bis death u director In the Henry Wuterhouse Trust Co., Ud. His trip to London was In connection with a Mex leun Ktigar plantation scheme of three million dollars' capitalization that he was floating anionic British capitalists. CONTRACT LET FOR BIG NEW LINER N : i INTER-ISLAND SERVICE rresldent and General Manager .1. A. Kennedy, of the lnter-lsland Steatji Navigation company, returned to Ho nolulu Ibis morning as a passenger after a brief business trip to the l'u- ciflc coast which resulted In his let ting a contract for ihe construction f a fine new liner for Ihe Kona and Kail run In the lnter-lsland scrvu to the Union iron Works at San Francisco. The new steamer will be especially adapted to the requirements of the trade to windward Hawaii ports. A large and well apisiinted dining sa loon will he located on the upper deck and In this as well as several Instances the vessel will materially differ in construction from the Mauna Kea. The new vessel will be provided with more powerful machinery and can therefore make better time in her regular trips to the- Big Island. All modern equipment that goes to nuue the Manna Kea a populur vessel with 1 the traveling public will be embodied In the construction of the new boat. The liner will be ready for servica by December. She will have 1r hundred more horse itower than th Manna Kea. ft ' ' FILIPINOS REJECTED Twenty-seven Filipinos who arrltwd wit ha consignment of one hundred and sixteen by the steamer. Nippon Marti have been rejected by the 'Ha waiian Sugar Planter' Association and they will bo sent back to the Phi lippines by the T. K. K. steamship Tenyo Mailt to sail for tho Orient thli afternoon. You can't scare children into being good by telling them that the g6od die young.