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SUQAIl. 00 Dsroo Tost Centrifugalfl, 3.G025C.; For Ton, $71.25.
U. B. WEATItEE BUllBAU, January 7. Last 24 hours' rainfall, .72.
variable 88 Analysis Beot, 8s. 0d.; For Ton, $70.40.
Temperature, Max. 70; Mln. 07. Woather,
VOL. L Nd. :t HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1907. SEMI-WEEKLY WHOLE 286G
WENT INTO OFFICE
AND BEGAN WORK
Sam Johnson and Other Republican
Appointees Are Chosen Over
There wns a look of expectancy on
the faces of the pooplc who) gathered
around the Mclntyrc building for an
hour before the installation of the new
officer, of the county yesterday. Even
tho band bos looked a bit nnxious
but not enough so to intcrfcro with
their playing tho samo old selections
in tho same old way. Both sides of
Fort street were crowded by persons
I M W r fifiBBHfTT '''iV' ynW&r MTirsfKiiW
CHARLES HUSTAOE, JR.
with si dcire to le trn w lint changes
would bo made by tlio now supervisors,
particul irly in the matter of road supervisor
for this district. Mr. Johnson
had ennv issed tho situ itinn carefully
and he had the strongest endorsement
possible for the pinco but he as constantly
warned by eertsin of his friends
that one monil or or another of tho
hoard noulu vote .ig.iinst hint and for
that reason lie has Lien on tho anxious
cent ccr since election. It was rumored
jestcrdiy morning that the word
had been passeil that if lie was appointed
to the dace Iaukea would discharge
every old member of tho police
force. It was believed this report was
started with tho view to influencing
Andrew Cox. But it failed.
Tho new assembly room is well
adapted to the purpose to which it is
put and arrangements for tho comfort
of the spectators yestorday were complete.
The room is largo; comfortablo
and well.entilated. -It idled up early
with oflieiils of the county, privato
citizens nnd a few job-chasers. Shortly
after tho noon hour Sheriff Iaukct
nnd Chief Detect ivo Taylor ontered,
followed ly Kiveral the supervisors,
new nud old, who remained during a
part of tho session interested spectator".
When nil of the new board had
mado their appearanco the retiring
chairman stepped to tho desk and said
ho had received a very courteous invention
from the to
call tho meeting to order. "The gentlemen
would please taKo their seats."
lie then told them their first business
would be the selection of n chairman
to preside over their deliberations. Mr.
Kcaloha nominated Mr. Hustaco and
Mr. Cox seconded. Mr. Harvey then
moved that tho nominations close. Tho I
retiring chairman called Mr. Hustaco
to tho chair and congratulated hipi, '
after which ho left the hall.
Mr. Hustaco then nddressed tho
members saying that in all of his de
liberations ho would bo just and fearless
and ho hoped he voiced tho sentiment
of tho other members in that expression.
Ho said further ho hoped
there would bo no attempt to introduce
politics into tho body; that the
duty of each member was to tho public
rather than to factions in any political
Clerk Kalauoknl.ini then called the
roll, nil members answering to their
names. Andrew Cox was then nominated
for vico chairman by Mr. Archer.
Mr. Fern nominated Mr. Harvey and
when the vote was taken Cox was
found to have four votes to Mr. Harvey's
three Cox was declared elected.
Routine work followed tho pro
ducing of certificates of election and
tho clerk then presented tho oath of
olllco of each. A motion was mado to
adopt the rules of procedure of tho
retiring board bnt Mr. Fern objectcil
unless' it was understood, that thoy
could be changed as wanted. Tho
chair said tho immediate adoption was
for temporary uso only. "With this understanding
Mr. Fern was willing and
tho adoption followod,
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the kindliest feelings.
CTUBTIS P. IATJKEA.
C. P. IAUKEA REPUBLICANS
Given Charge of Police
With mutual expressions of goodwill
and friendship. Sheriff Curtis P. Iau-kea
and Arthur M. Brown
Meetjto Consider Party
Policy in Approaching'
There was a meeting- o tho Territorial
Central Committee called f
SO last evening to which tho
shook hands In tho Sheriff's quarters senfatlves'and Senators-elect werj in-
then presented for approval and thoformer comln to take possession, th a request of Representative Hughes
work was progressing favorably when I Iatter PreParlnS to vacate In his favor. that the members meet and decldo up-Mr.
Cox fuifwHtPd that it wmild i,n Tho meeting of the two was memnrab on certain measures to be presented
well tn fnr tn thn ,nn nftnlW haiJ tousM each other bitterly at the coming session of tho leglslaturo.
(Associated Press Cablegrams.)
SAN FRANCISCO, January 8. Mayor Schmitz has appealed
to the Supreme Court for an order prohibiting his trial for alleged
connection with grafting and maladministration of office.
WASHINGTON, January 8. The Supreme Court has sustained
the right of the government to pay the fifty million dollars, due
the stockholders of the former French Panama Canal company, for
their rights on the Isthmus. s
WASHINGTON, January 8. -The Supreme Court has decided
to hear all Hawaiian cases consecutively, beginning on March 18.
A request that such be done was made sonic weeks ago by the
Hawaiian Bar Association, although as late a date as has been decided
upon was not anticipated.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 8. The articles have been signed
for a fight between Joe Gans and Britt, to take place at Tonopah,
Nevada, on March' 17. A purse of $25,000 has been hung up.
WASHINGTON, January 8. The American consul at Canton
has officially confirmed the reports of the renewal of the boycott on
American goods. The Chinese officials are opposing the boycott
TOKIO, January 7. It is expected that the departure of the
training squadron for Hawaii will be postponed for one week.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 7. J. R. Radley killed his two
and then committed suicide. Family troubles caused the
PORTLAND, Ore., January 7. A. Martin killed his sister-in-
law and wounded his wife, and then committed suicide.
MELBOURNE, January 7. France has ceded to Great Britain
the island of Taului in exchange for concessions in Burmah.
ANCONA, Italy, January 7. The Greek steamer Urania is .upon
the rocks. Thirteen were drowned.
NEW YORK, January 7. Alexander Berkman and Emma
Goldman have been arrested for making incendiary speeches. '
NEW YORK, January 7. E. H. Harriman is better.
HOUSTON, Texas, January 7. The strike onthe Southern Pacific
Railroad is ended.
TANGIER, January 7. The stronghold of Raisuli, the bandit
chief, has been destroyed. His 700 latter followers escaped.
MAZATLAN, Mexico, January 7. The steamship City of
Panama has arrived here.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 7. Cold weather with snow prevails
in Northern California. Mount Tamalpais and the Berkeley
hills are snowclad for the first time since 1895.
WASHINGTON, January 6. A protest has been received by
the "government from Roman Catholics against the United States v
interfering with the conditions of the Congo Free State.
Ono of tho principnl defendors of King Leopold in America is Cardinal
Gibbons, who hns declared that tho agitation, begun some tlmo ago by missionaries
of tho Methodist church in Great Britain, is due to "religious
Bonds of tho counnty officers wcro at tho polIee yesterdaj, jttod. ,The call was In pursuance to udico'Vand a desiro to grab tho Congo. As for tho reports of cruelties thoro
ion the stump, at the ballot box and In
i.f .i,. ,o:.i i,. :- : .n
but Archer said there is none in action, 1 ,
tho newly electod having gono away,
between them had remained fr!cndl.
Arm-in-arm tho two, tho successful
At the hour set for tho meeting there
were but three members of tho committee
present, each holding a proxy.
Other committeemen dropped In In
nnd tho unsuccessful candidates, stood squads of one and two. And at eight
upon the steps of the station, Iauker. o'clock, there were present:
leading In the cheers for Brown, give- Representatives J. "L. Paoo, John
with good will by tho large crowd Hughes, Tos. Kalana, S. P. Correa, A.
which had gathered to watch the Castro, E. W. Qulnn, W. T. Raw-
atlon of turning the police departs- Hns, Ella Long and Senators Smith,
over to new authorities. Beforo calling Dowsett nnd Lane. Of tho committee
for the cheers, the Sheriff addresa there wero Chairman Ballentyne,
Messrs. Robertson, chairman of the
tho ,....! shortly, thanking them foi
Terrltorlal Central Commltteo:
the honor they had done him In c' tnry SaIdce. F. W. Mncfarlane. Geo.
Ing him as their Sheriff and promising A. Davis, DaId Kanuha, N.
and the people of Honolulu thn , E- J- Crawford and Frank Kruger.
Chairman Ballentyne of the
h ,.,..m faithfully carry out tc
tce BUggeatcd an lnforma, alscus8,on.
promises ho had mado during the cam- Thcro being no objections to this,
palgn last November. For his pie Chairman Robertson stated that the
ho is quoted as saying:
"I do not deny that thcro havo been ensos of mlsjudgmont on tho part
of Congo officials. Most likely cruelties, oven crimes, havo been committed.
Thcro havo beon a number of convictions beforo Congo tribunals for theso
offenses. I do deny that ovory offort, as far as possible, has not been mado
to stop tho ill-treatment of natives, not only by wliito pcoplo, but by natives
"No government in tho world has remedied all tho grievances within its
own jurisdiction. It is a curious fact that when ono country socks to produco
a local millennium it always scfrcs on territory bolonging to somo ono elso for
tho experiment. Tho Scripturo parablo about tho beam nnd tho moto is of as
much significance today ns nineteen conturies ago. It would bo moro philanthropic
to strengthen our hands, moro for tho benefitof civilization, for all
whito persons to stand united than for somo to abuse us, which certainly docs
not augment tho rcspoct it is good for tho African natives to havo for tho
whito raco. It would bo of moto interest to civilization to show tho nntives
that Christians havo good feelings for their neighbors,
"Our God says wo must nil havo Christian fellowship ono for another.
Certainly this examplo is not bolng shown tho blacks by thoso whito inon who
attack tho Congo so maliciously."
PARIS, January 6. The Roman Catholics of France are re-
iiiMinrr trfirf itner r.ffl tllAm Vir 4ll rnifiirnmiitlh Tf Jo KAllirrl
sPeclal matter for was.''. 6 J .!". , . . B ... .
consideration . , , ,
cessor ho said ho entertained on' .
?r TLn ; t)e al. that an order will be issued to the clergy to withdraw from their
ready been prepared. An informal re-' churches, in the hope that this drastic action will force the Roman
Leis, which had been sent to port a8 presented last week but
Catholic voters to demand redress from the, government at the ballot
ttfnilnn fnn Mia Ininm nrr rtfnnifll. rlnila obstncles hill hnnn rmfrrrttm1 I
permission to withdraw ns ho wished packing up their private belong
to formally tako chargo of his depart- and preparing Inventories and accoun
In readiness for tho transfer.
,. mi.!.. ti i i ,,.
wcro shared between the two, Iaukea Tll "rk of drafting bills was a
n. . mi, Mmir n hnm. cult Job- ono that required careful con-
Iceptable Whether tho system would
bo transferred with or without
t'"ct "r auuncu. unu Juiitu, uur licuiwa law WUH ruau
V" uy neerctary
adoption, permanent., nt tno nlil rules,
once within, tho formal transfer of Chairman Robertson reading
Mr. Fern ngain objectod until inform- thorlty was soon made, the accounts r corresponding suctions if rom tho
that tho rules provided for change the Sheriff's odlco being checked over, cnt law
as desired by tho board. Forn then lno inventory ot me armory gone nil' air. ijowbcu asKeu if tno bill naa
withdrew his onjeciions ami tho motion
Dwlght and J M. Kealoha.
and receipts given.
Kaaua, Second Watch A. Manuwnl,
Tf MAhnnnhn Tna Tfutllrn Tnhn
Roads, Bridges and C. ' N. Manurnal. a. K. Hubbell. Alex.
been drafted by the commlttco and was
The following list was then posted. Informed that the committee had not
carried. Tho chair then announced tho showing the names ot thoso to be re- drafted any bill. He suggested, then.
following eommittocs: talned, temporarily at least, on the that the committee bo empowered to
"Wavs and Means-Frank K. Archer f"c,l . ,.
The chairman said that one of tho
obstacles confronted by the committee
and J. m, Kealoha. Blshaw, W, H. Kelliaa, F. Rodrlques, was the Ignorance of the members as
Police Andrew Cor and F. B. liar- N. T. Ncllsen, S. P, Wnlpa. Third to what bills they wish acted upon.
Watch Kfwal George, John Wallace, Mr. Hughes made a, motion that the
" 6-?.U, Tolstoi has made a prediction that
around the station. Brown reciprocal- SK "rtta."!. wi'dSP u Z
F. K. AEOHEB. 'Ing by wishing his succossor every sue cult to proceed without suggestion l"c couiiiric3 win uiumaiciy dc reuueca 10 a Biaic oi vas-
cess In his new duties und placing t Irom llle members elected as there saiagc to tne uncntdis.
7T, TT , , , benefit of his experience at the services m,nt bo dlcrent views on different, NEW YORK, January 6. A bomb was dropped from an
and ho could not his bond L, ". .L. i.
approve own .7 subjects. He called unon the chair- , .. i .. t j xt. ,
anyway. ,f tn3r r'nr ' mn of the committee. Mr nSfleSyne, j f lcvted tra,"? int0 e Street yesterday, three persons being injured
L .... t., n Tt ni I cnowD gathered early. to Btat0 thB case m the resulting explosion. The perpetrator of the bomb-throwing
.r ,r. Z. hLUv ,Th0 ?r(W'a around th0 statlon .KatlY" Mr' """""J"10 stated that various is a member of the Italian Mafia Society.
son had been appointed a deputy ed be-
early, many persons appearing views had been presented but the com-!
nT PFTFR?RTIRO Timnrv 6 Premier titolvnin
6. 1 announces
b' remier announces
county attorney for a period of sixty foro noon and remaining through t mltteo was unable to determine several! ,
days and ho wonld pass upon tho bonds '""ns rain which commenced to fa 1 Important matters, one of which was that the famine fund has been.exhausted, a distribution having been
At this moment Sheriff Iaukea .i,.i' bcrore 'l10 Sheriff arrived, within the the transfer of the water works tp tho made in eighteen provinces. He asks that an equal sum be
8taton iho rotrmB oracer3 were bu. .county. The committed did not know priated for further relief work.
what character of a bill would bo ac
SAN FRANCISCO, January 6. It is now believed that the
wreckage which came ashore from the S. S. City of Panama was
"""" "'" "UD M"'"-1-" " "U "" At half Tinsf twplvn thn Tlmv nnllen nrntlnn nnil until that Iran r1ntxrmlni.il I Uj I l r !
the room. Tho board then passed tho heads were seen npproachlng down It was Impossible to go ahead. The, awcmwtwt tVtJ.,,. i,' ,fi ,.,,: ..c.l Tl
bonds und referred them to Mr. Olson, Merchant street, the crowd surging samo applied to tho school boards. And MAKbrifllilvlJ, Uregon, January O. ine coasting Vessel CO
who in turn reported them all correct over ana leavmB a lane to mo tnero are omer manors inciuuing tnujnanza lounucrcu ycaicruay. ojx ui iicr ucw wc iubi,
. . . : . , , , . lion uoor. aown wnicu tno anerin, me piank rererrmg to n primary election
ihls action included tho deputy Deputy Sheriff, A. P. Taylor, the now law. The committee would llko to hear
Chalrrran Hustaco called for
detective chief, Judge Edlngs, and from tho members of tho legislature.
tbe others passed, the crowd giving three, The Anti-Saloon Leagues proposed
LIMA, January 6. The government has voted to set aside a
fund for the development of immigration into Peru.
NEW YORK, January 6. E. H. Harriman, the railroad magnate,
is seriously ill.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 5. It is reported that one of the
lifeboats and a quantity of wreckage from the Pacific Mail S. S,
City of Panama have been washed ashore at Pescadero, in San
Mateo county a short distance south of this city. The City of Panama
sailed from this port for Central America on Monday.
WASHINGTON. Tanuarv 1. It is reoorted that the
engage such assistanco as was deemed lrnent will soon file in the San Francisco courts a bill in equity ask-
' rirot tvuicn . u. nccunum, ot, necessary ana to meet tno memDers or . ,, . . j.t. .:.:-. r it.- ...nt.. ...sit.
, enforce the of the with
and J. J. Tern. wna. j. Mana.e. c. icakaiia. George the legislature from time to time ng that the court provisions treaty Japan,
rublic Expenditures F, II. Harvey Walpa, T. Nakl, Frank Kanae. J I j through tho session. He wanted time' under which the rights of the Japanese to send their children to
to tnrcsn out mo diiis. the nublic schools is euarantecd.
SAN FRANCISCO', January 5. President Bellingham, of the
State Federation of Labor, in a speech condemns President Roosevelt
for his pro-Japanese attitude.
LOB AXiuIiUJB, January 4. XIIO JjOS Angeics unamuur 01
Sanitation K. Archer . Wire? tl &h. DKTKaU',tmornnaseMlnss!?eirwTDavisrdtcu to the Hawaiian Islanda wlU U on February 23. Is limited t.
(Continued: on Pago 8). (Continued on Page 8). J (Continued on Pago 8), 300 persons,
tsUirSwi 4m .