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ULUUIILJ IILI LLUII
B. J. . Baldwin, Makes Startling
Dia'covery That Ilia Household
' Goods Are to E Offered to
Highest Bidder from Block
Strange Deal Said to Have Been
Made by Mrs.. F. Hyland.
(From Wednesday Advertiser.)
r -( A writ of replevin on served uioii
) O A, Steven, the auctioneer, yesterday
. morning, to prevent him from offering
for sale choice lot of household furni
' ture whirl H. J. Bsldwin claims be.
: longs to him. Th furniture, It ia claiiuV
el, wan placed in Htercn a cbargo by
, " ijmn'i uil.llir liie lot, lit, Ui
Mra. lratt tfaldwin says that to pre-
"ui toe saio oi me properly ne resort
ed to writ' of replevin rather tliao
criminal proceedings in the hope, of
Mr. Hylaftd, who it already under
indictment by tho foderal grand jury
' end awaiting trial on a charge of trans-
v porting and concealing opium, When
aeen yesterday reiused to mako a tat-
Miven jrcucaaion m uouse.
4 . According to the atory told by Paid
' win the woman tamo to him aomo timo
' rw IhMimll I A I 1 1.
. entato agent with whom Unldwin had
dealings: The woman said h,t wnt,f
t - purennso a nouso. itauiwia tooK ner
to a home owned by him in Manoa Val
(Sho expressed herself ae pleased
with the place, says Baldwin, but said
plete the deal. Baldwi, thereupon gave
h.r an notion on u,. ko .'h- T....
Womisini her a commisaion if h. .old
it The key to the house was given
L ...L i
to ber and the took postcrsion of tho
home, a well furnished place, according
A few days. later, it is claimed, Mra.
. Hyland attempted to sell the houae to
William Peterson and failing' in this
old him fifty feet of garden hose, to-
geiiier wuo a email aeK wnicn tooK
hi. fancy. A few day. Prior to this
, Baldwin .ay. ho allowed! Ms. Hyland
at 1187 Garden lane. .
The hose incident did not give Bald
. wia much concern until a few day
later when be was paastng tho property
' when be" fonnd a big furniture van
. backed against the sidewalk piled high
... with household furnishings from his
borne. This was on December 23.. The
: driver of tho van, in reply to Baldwin'
'' queries, .told, him that he was takipg
tho furniture to Bteven' to be ouc-
tioaed. n . i.,..',.uu.J;.
,., Barred Out by Woman.
' ' Baldwin -rushed toward the house
but was met at tho door by Mrs. Hy
land, he say. She refused to talk to
him, and according to hia statement,
la ramed the door in, hi face. :., '
' Baldwin then consulted bia attorney,
;P. L. Weaver. Hteven asked only that
title to the furniture be proved but
agreed to lOntpone the aiile from origi
. nully set for last Saturday, until yes
; terday morning. This waa dono to give
tho claimant an opportunity to prove
" hia title to the furniture. ,J-teven was
: ready to. proceed with tho auctioning
' t of the household goods yesterday mora
' inn; whea the writ was served. It . is
' now being held by him subject to court
' ardor. . ,
; Investigation Promised. ,
' In the mean time it was Mated ys
terday that a fall investigation io to
be made aif to determine tho position
of Mrs. Hyland or i'jntt aa she called
: herself n tho strange transaction.
: "I have nothing to say regarding Mr.
Baldwin," said Mrs. jlytaud with a
demur smile yesterday.' "I havA noth
ing whatever for publication," she con
ciuuea. -rieaao.iieuHe me.. What Mr.,
? "rgSl ,Tfl i0C' "0t ,",t"-
est ino in th, least," ' : - i J
la th, meaa time, probably .11 the
details of the deal will, bo brought out
ia the courts. , v , . ' .
'-(Mail Special to The. Advertiser.)
HTIA, Ieomker 2tf.--Fiuding their
- motor car motionliws ,n the traek iu
front f nn approaching train, which a
, moment later ran into the car, the two
,' younger Willfong bojie last fstiirday
' nfternoorf had th scare', of the'r lives.
A a matter of fact, they bad as narrow
escape from death or serious injury
as one can have and yot remain ii
keathed to tell tho tate. f
N. C. Willfong had junt purchased.
now Buick car, and the two boy were
taking a ridoMn it. When they ap-b
proacnod the railroad crossing outsido
, the Iron Work, the Hilo Railroad Coin
rnT' motor car was also api roacliing.
; ' The railroad people did ' their entire
. duty. The flagiuau was waving his as
' .ortment ol code flags, the motormuu
waa aignsling and the train ran at a
very moderate speed.. .
, The -Jjoy. thought they had plonty of
tlmo to' croHs. bef oro ibe. train tame
aloqfr and they would have had had
. not tho'young chap who was driving
the auto become so excited that he killed-
bio .ngiae, and. the two y'puiig fcl-'
'.; low found themselves : her)lss, wftft,
the train hearing down on themv They
, had bo: timo to jump otit,.biit tho motor--man
acted with Mi eh promptness that
. the train ear bad but little speed when
it struck the auto. The auto was push
ed, completely 'off th. tracks aud the
.fonder and mudguard were neatly fold
' el flat, Mit oidsid. of that no' damage
w a done. ','',''''..''.. -'vw
Cbunty Attorney Boer of the Big Is
lanid ent lait wook in Hsmakua pross
euting the liquor case resultant; from
' Deputy Hherilf Rickard famous haul
of twantv four. Jk'ers has covered him
elf with glory, for out of the nine
cases taken up ho far, ho has gained
- succesa la every hiarsnee. Two defend
ants were fined $1:23 each, ' one was
. fined 1130 two were fined 100 eaeh,,
three forfeited-,l(Mi bail each, and , in
one ease iIitihiou has been reserved.
Heera is'' sHJl In v Ilnmakua trying
1 liquor rases. V, '
rJ IU ullVL
One Juror in Murder Trial of
C Lyons and Smith Announces
Himself Opposed to Death.
; V. ; Penalty. , ' j.
,-.'' (From Wednesday Advertiser.)
To try Oeorgo J.' J. Lyon and Kny
(V tfmith, charged with murder In th
flmt degree, tho following jury was
finally selected yesterday in Judge
Rrrhinson ' court:
Rudolph 1 . Auortiack,' Bain Pnpnhl,
Walter K Emory, Henry P. Both, .lames
11. Fiddcs, John 0. Kothwell, William
Ureen, John William Kinithicn, Nelson
U. , lousing, Ucgiuald W. Warham,
Charleii J.. Ludwigsen and Jnmee P.
Winne. ' '
An tho jury was about to be sworn
to try tho cane, Juror John William
Mmithie, created nmild sensation ly
arishigond declaring that he waa op
pound to capital pun shment. City At
torney athcart immedi itrl objected to
hie presence on the Jury and asked that
ha be ciniwd. Chin wen objected to
by Attorney Leon M. Straus, who reu
rohcnts Smith, on tho ground that the
prosecution had exhausted all it rights
of peremptory challenge. Bmithle re
inainfd. on tho jury aa Jdgo Holinron
ilenied Cathrart 'a" request , to have the
juror cjtcwied.- Smithioa had been a
eepted tho day before and ctnimi that
at that time he mentioned Kin eoneei
eitiona scrnploa in regard to the imposi
tion of tho death penalty.
Although cloven jurora were on tho
panel tho dny toforo whoa a upecial vo-
f . !l .--.""r
I ',air ,ttm wmained undrawn in the
I?"?. th?S"V iHy -opt-
e'i una Mutcil to bo satiMfactnrir t Kr.K
sides. ; Fourteen additional jurora an
swered tho roil rail yeatordav morning,
the fifloenth, (larence F. Waterwan,
U-ing bow employed and residing in
Jiilo. . , ... , .
The taking- of ovideaco ia this ease
was eontinucd ontil Wondny morning
-imn ncBi o-riocK, toe intervon-
l in.. f A t I l r i .
' " " r
, ui7 eona dT a,tTr
'v." onsiderd snfficiont reason ' to
aiijourn the, trial of tho cas ith order
that it bo not be broken npiwith the in
tervening Now year 'a . Day and Sua
dar -. . - . ... , .. y , ,.
, u (Continued from Page Five.). :V
droda of people on foot bringing up the
rear,... 4 . v . - :, . ,
' Thia procession marched through the
streets of Honolulu- and Were cheered
a.long the entire routo by thousands of
enthusiast! people, , . . , T,
. , Ceremonies at Ca'pltoL
; At tho CatMtol grounds, the Ad Club
again formed in two lines in the drive
wsy and , the Governor's car wheeled
slowly up to theootof tho capitol step
on which the Jiawaiiau .band had al
ready formed, : playing musical greet-
!M,tiiAt the eoae '' musical num
C, W. K. Farrington arosd in the Gov
oruor's car and. said: ,
' V Greetings Trom th Fople.
'(lovernor, wo have no speeches to
make, neither have we prepared any
but all the people f Hawaii extend to
you hearty greeting and welcome
home."' , ,: ; , , ... , ti , , ,v.
. Mr. Farringtoa thea eallod for the
Ad Club yoU, which waa followed by
thre cheers and thea some mora cheers,
in which .the largo crowd joined with
a. impromptu master of the sponUn-
emoni, Mr. Farrlngto th.n
,..llo. on H. ,Lr. 4fc
. ,.inkn ' M"; h" r 'LZ r.-l
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nmsicr zor mis especial occasion. It
i, a spirttoa baad piooo and wa u!l
of melodioua augary fer the success f
the administration of the official for
whom it wa wrhton. , ,
While this was going on,' th Gov
ernor' salut of seventeea. gone was
being fied fom a battery by member
of the National Guard of Hawaii un
der 'the direction of Major Itiley. .
Many, cam. up to tho Governor's
car and received a. .friendly . hand
shake. When asked by an Advertiser
representative what he thought of hi
reception, he said: . . , V
'- Reception Unexpected. ;
Tell tho people of Hawaii thrnnirh
tho. columns'of your paper that thia ro
option is more; than , I . expected. , I
wish to extend my thank and appre
ciation. " ; , .! .
- Governor Pinkham Wdro'en Ad'.Club
ribbon on his hat and an Ad Club
badge on hia coat r,
' Af tor '. tho demonstration of wel
eoiiie'came to aa end, With the band
playing Tho Star , Spangled Banner,
Governor Pinkham waa driven to the
homo orDr. O, B. Cooper, where ho
spent thd. night. "
It wa at thiii time that W, R. Far
rington invited a few of the leading
worker in the arrangement for the
reception to the Commercial Club for
light refreshment. Among these were,
kj. Meuanuiea, . jn, u Pacaeco,
Johuny Wilson and Juliu Aich. '
' On a vote of all those present, these
men were then and there mad member-of
th Ad Club and given bdi(e4
of th. organisation, incidentally dig
ging up me initiation lee. . .
' 1 ' '" 'T
Former Au'liter- C K, Magulr of
Hawaii waa brought to Honolulu yes
ten lay, where h. will serve the rest
of hia seuUm-a in the Ouhu t'riaon. An
oflU-er was seut to Hilo by High Kherilf
lloury . bring hhii. The authorities
have been given official medical advice
to th8 vBlii.t tnMt Msauire'. health is
too dellcato to allow his working with
tho VoU'Hito roiidfgaug, but that ho can'
be' taken .s re of in the jail-without
tho, slightest danger.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY JANUARY 2,
Eel Towse Given Chairmanship of
Pchool Section tock Sellino; '
Campaign Weil Under
' ' '. ' Way. r- '
Yesterday was a good Floral Parade
and. Ad Club day in Mi.TPaciflc Car
nival circle. A now section was add
ed to the parade by tho acceptance by
Hon'. Ed Towse f tho chairmanship of
a committeo on a school section, ud
news was received, of plans being
formed for at least one entry from tho
Island, of Kauai. ; , .
Director General Dougherty recently
vlditod all the Island-), covering nearly
Ml, points, and he talked np the carniv
al as an all Hawaii affair in ewry
community Tho effect of this work
is showing in a general disposition ia
the other Islands to take mora of a
part than they bav. beretoforo. '
'All Island to Take Pare.
Alt tho Islands will be In the oiher
features of the carnival period, and it
ia with much satisfaction that Dough
erty receives reports of the plans for
parade entries., The parade ia to-be
the climax of a week' entertataineut,
and it is going, to bo tho biggest yot,
says tho(dircrtor general. .
- A another tcp in making the car-,
nival mors of an all-Hawaii atTair, the
Ad (.'lab committee this week cxtend.i?
its campaign to tho other, Islands, as
stock-seller - for the new carnival cor
poration. 7- Th. Ad Club is a. territorial
afair, having member on Hawaii, Maui
ami Kauai, and they are going aueai
with Ad Club spirit'' to see that
their-inlands aro well represented ia
the lint of stockholders. U. H. Vicars
on Hawaii, W. O. Aiken on Mailt and
E. F Mahlnm on .Kauai, are leading
the other Island teams. in the work.
Yesterday's steamer for Kauai carried
the supply of literature and stock cer
tificates fer that, island. The mail to
day will take similar matorial to Maui
and Hawaii.;- 1 ' r
1 A in Honolulu, the rampaign on tho
other lslamls will be held on January
7. ' The leader on each island roceived
instruction to scad wireless reports
of the sales of stork on that , day, so
that Honolulu workers will know how
the day ingoing.. . '
In Honolulu- yesterday Chairman H.
L, Strange of the organisation commit-'
tee was busy with his work of posting
the team' leaders and assigning them
their work. Already he ha. had lot
of material from the data committee,
and has a 1 complete - list ' of teams!
Strange 's committee baa ths big job
of apportioning the names among the
variods teams, so that all Honolulu can
to covered in a day. , ,. , w
Military Literature. " ;
Carnival corporation lrtofature will
be mailed today to: a list of over throe
thousand possible 'purchasers of stock
in Honolulu. - The campaigners are out
for sale of stock oven of a dollar'
worth, and it i planned to have the
stork a widj'ly distributed as can be.
Mailing lists on other Islands amount
to fifteen hundred firm And individ
uals.. ' . ' .... '; .,- ... ,-. , .
' f By the time all our. teams got
through," said Strange, "we shall have
big intqr-island corporation, represen
tative of all tho Territory. We want
all Ad Club men-to bo ready for tho
seventh and all Honolulu to be ready
if or the Ad Club men who .will call
upon them.". '
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PAHOA, CHILDREN V
. HAVE MERRY CHRISTMAS
.(Mail Special to The Advertiser.) '
' HILO. Docomber 29. Tho children
Christmas tree idea found its way to
Pnhps this year, and the renter of tho
Hawaiian lumber industry had a cele
bration of the children's great holiday
wbichi wqh, with the exreptlon of it ex
tent, every 'bit a good and even better
than ,he Honolulu and Hilo event.
Of course, the idea originated-with
Mr. and Mrs. Ham Johnson, and,9 as a
Biatter of fact, they carried ont the
mholo affair ty ' themselves, from the
making, of th. first plana to the carting
out to pahoa of a lnrgo auto filled with
toys selected in Hilo. -
OrtginHlly it was lirtended to have a
tree for the children of employe of the
Uimber company alone. Thi. Ws in it
self no small undertaking, as thor. are
about ninety of them, hut a the matter
progressed, Mr. and, Mrs. Johnson do
aid cd to invito- every child ia tho en.
tire village, and ia tne end there wore
ao less than 1.12 small guests, who en
joyed the hospitality of Mr. aud Mrs.
Johtifon.1 . The affair took place tth
Johnson residence q Wednesday after
noon, and will he reniemberHl a long
time-in the annals Of the village. Fach
chijd wa given a iirosent, us well as
ganiff and fruit. ' The diversity of ra
tionality of the guests wa a feature in
itself, thore being no les than fourteen
different nationnlitirs represented. .'
(Mail Spocial to Tho ''Advertiser.) ,
HrLOv Doceniber 29. Comity Attor
ney IWms. is invetigatiug a particular
ly atrooiou case of atteurted ' arson,
which ' took place ' in, Ilamakua
week.' Ths attempt was made to burn
a Chinese store st Kukuihn.ele, and the
police . suspec t another Chinese, : ho
lives in ' Waiplo.'the famous valley bc
lor the Kukuihnide "village. , . ..
. The attempt was made last Saturdny
night. The nerpetrator had rigired'nji
a sort Of Infernal nmrhlue of his on-u
plaiiuiug,. keroBcno, '.rugs paper' an I
ouuehos of mutches entering into its
composition, Fire had bon sot n this
nontrivance, and it whs placed 'bj- the
House. It failed ttf Imrn, however, !'
cane the matches, which liipl been 1) -ured
on as. the iiitiiu piece -do reikt
ance, were paeke Uso closely toj;et''e
that they failed to keep blitzing,. The
partly turned r ntrivaiiee wiw fo u,
tho next morning, and now (lil police
are workiii On the case.- .
One Hundred and Forty -leven Re
. pnblicana to Meet Febrnary 24
to Reviso Rvlei and
'','''. Rejnlations. '
' (From-Wednesday Advertiser.) "
The official call for the Republican
territorial convention was ismied yes
terday by iiairniaa Kobert Shingle, of
the territorial central committeo of th
Republican Prty, retting February 24,
1914, ns the date, and calling upon all
Republican pro lnrt clubs tomak. their
noni nstions fer deb-gatea on. Tet run ry
2, (who are to bo Hooted on-the oven-
me of February 7. The convention
will be called to order at ten o'clolH
rnvtho morning' of 'luesday, Febrnary
2. ' ;y ,, ". '; .
The eonvention will hi insdn op of
147 delegates from tho Territory, ahu
hsving fixty-two; llawsil thirty-seven,
Maui thirty-live and Kauai . thirteen
representative.. On '.this ' lslaail the
dcioiiatcs art rqnnlly itivlded between
tho fourth and fifth dlntilct,-hlthcugri
they differ in tho varihna precincts. 7
In bis. call for t'o oouvention Cha'r
msn f-hinele states that it Is to meet:
' "For tho ptirofO of revisinx the
rules and regulations of the party in
sin b manner as to conform to the pro
visions of Act 131, of tho Lswa of itn
wall for the year 1913, entitled:' 'An
Act to Irvide fer th. Norn i astir n or
Election of Cmdidiitcs for Elective Of
fices by Direct Voto,' and for 'such
other Nisiness as may, proporly 1 be
brought before it' ' v ' 1
By thoao who have given the matter
thought It W contidentlv brlicrved thst
this convention will msrk the reorgani
ration of the Rniblica. Tarty in th
Territory of Hawaii.
'' (Coatioued from page 5.)
and Mr. Charles A. VtewarC and 'Mis
Margaret Htewartl . The dinner - wa
bold in tho bannuethall of the noted
Stewart, which had Aeen arranged and
decorated for the affair to represent a
typical Hawaiian dining-hall. At. the
entrance of the reception room, through
which -the gnest entered the banquet
room, the Ameriaa and Hawaiian,
flags were draped, aa well aa in the din
ing room.' The dining) hall represent!
a gsr.ro a of palm and tropical fruits
while th. table showed Hawaiian colors.
Kntortainmeat wa afforded by a Ha
waiian quiatet which rendered Aloha
O as tho gncst wore being seated.
Hinrers and player had been engaged
by Mr. Stewart for the oeeasKm and
rendered selections and song suitable
to the .occasion. Cliarlos- A; Stewart
presided and Dr. Joseph 'h. Howard
a-ted a toastmaster. . Several friends
of the newly-apiointed Governor re
sponded to. the requests of the toastmas
ter and spoke on topic of interest to
thoa friends of the Governor and th.
hosts gathered together to do honor
to the guest of th evening.
Thoso wh spoke were Major General
Arthur Murray, Commander Western
Division If. S. Army; T. V. Dredge,
fames McNab, director Pmnatua-PHcifie
Exposition; F. W. Doardsle and Henry
St. oar. ...,'...., '
1 The guests-biddon to meet th Oot
ornor were: Major-General and Mrs.
Arthur Murray, Mr. and Mr! Kolla V.
Wjut, Mr. and Mr. Geo. M. Rolph. Mr.
and Mrs. Jos. Hans, Mf. Job a Fs M
Onisson, Mr. and Mr. Goortjo Bona, Mr.
and Mr. James McNab: Mr. and Mrs.
.Tohn. MeNab, Mr.' and Mrs, Jooph C.
hen, Mr. and Mi. John D. MiUilvray
Sr., Mr. fcnd Mrs. Cha. A, Fee,, Mr. ami
Mrs. T. F, Drcdgo, Mr. Isador Jacobs,
Mr. and Mrs. iarry Lewis, Dr. ami
Mrs. J. K. RaymondMr, and Mrs.
Flenry St. Goar, Superior Judge and
Mrs. Bradley Margcnt, Mr. : and Mrs.
WHlter Gibson, Mr. G. Stanley Arnold,
Mr. and "Mrs. Sy Enos, Mt. and Mrs.
Wnt.- Kth, Mr. amt Jr. F. W. Beard.
lee,. Mrs. E. N. Conant, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert P. Taylor, Mr. James Woods,
Mr. ami Mrs. F. . Itrittain, tViptain
andt'Mr.. William Matsoir, Mr. and Mrs.
K rVaterman, Dr. an4 Mrs. Joseph I
Howard, Miss Margaret Ktwwart and
Mr., Charles Alesandor Stewart.
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,.- . . ... . - -.fK. (- ... , . .
. t (Continue from pago five.),
nt all good citizon and friends of the
Territory of Hawaii. : '. - . ;
'Hawaii, pineet in th mMst of th
world's greatest Waters, Mossed with
periietual peaceful ties and gontlo
nese of nature's most kindly mood,
may her people' be iiabaod with, a like
spirit In their refatiotm with each ether
nd in pu'blio progress and civic aurbi
tioas. '.' ,- . "' .. . . .,
V . , "L! J5. PINKHAM,
.".' " : "Goveruor."
.'.J. '. .....
I W. Fuller, chief qlectrlcal engineer
for,tho Fcdoral Wirules Telegraph
C'oajany, arrived last alghU Ralph A.
Heebee, chief tonatruetion engineer for
the; company, totuTnod from Hilo and
Wnluk if yesterday- morning. 1 . , '
. Heoree admitted' last night that th
meat hants o Maai, and Hilo. s well,
coiisulteil with him in regard tdust ail
ing a wireless soryice at, those places,
bu. states that b . told them he . was
in ko pOHitioii to make any promlsei. '
' 1 i believed, however, that the Fed
orut is ii' a king arrangements to secure
a proHrtinn of- tht) , , leland, business
with the Mutunl nud'the Mnrconi com
Iwtilcs, in (he event that tho hitter nt
toiuj'ls to ruter tho .Island- field. : .
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1914. S EM I-W EE?LY.
You Win," Says Ayrcs to
cCarn; Fight Called Off
Boxing Fromoter BovVs to Law
and Opinion of Federal District
Attorney, and Adds That Fight
luff Garni Ia at End b Hawaii:
The proposed twenty round Ixixinj
Contest between Morris Kilsner anil
Walter Piswrk, which wss to have
been staged at th. Bijon Theater on
January 17, ha been called off by
Iromotor 11. M, Ay res who ha re
turned to the principals their fqrfeit
of 10J each. , .
Hpoken to on the eubjort yesterday
Ayres said: ;
"McCarn holds th. high card in
thi proposition and it would be loo,
ish to attempt to buck him. lie Is in
odice to administer the law as he con
strue' it. If there is to be any more
boxing la this Territory it sccnis that
there must either be another United
Htate. district attorney, or that ' the
law in, question must be repoaled.
y '"Tho statute in question w framo.;
to cover a certain threatened condition
t the time. of the matching of CorhcM
and Fitzsimuioiis, and also- to prevent
Olaa Small Farmers Unite to Mi
grate li Good Plact) Can".
Be Fonnd, . ;' ':'. '.
."(Mail Recil to Tho, V dvcrtiser.)
HILO, December 29. The. Hawaiian
fnirrican Farmers' Agricultural Afso-
ciution is tho name of an organisation,
which was formed Inst Monday at Olaa.
Its object is to And for its member a
land where agrieultursti are supposud
to meet more .ncouiagemrnb than they
do here. ..'The officers ay that they are
not knocking Hawaii, and that thev are
not complaining, 'but that they think
that white farmer may got better in
ducement in other .omttrirs, and if
they can find a pine, where they will
rt mOie onconrnse-rient, t'.ejt they will
migrate to that place. , 1
The meeting wan heUl at 14 Miles,'
Olaa .' As address wss delirered 'by
Gustv K re rsr dinar, who ia tho leading
spirit ot the venture-. Later on Hiers
wctw elected. ' Kretrsehmar was chosen
president, while. Joseph Andrews, the
well-known Olaii farmer, was clrc el
secretary and treasurer. Twtlvo nieoi
hcr signed' the rolL
. New Zealand ia View. ,
Now Zealand Is the first placo which
tko farmor will turn to for investiga
tion.' Krctsachmar and a Galiciah, nanv
ed W. Twardlehott', srere elected to 1
the Moses ahd Aaron. roeiectively, who
are to load to the promised Isnd. They
will, however, flint muke a trip to New
Zealand, in order that they may ascer
tain whether the conditions, are such as
are desired. If they are tho rest of the
members, as well aa those . who 'juid
later, will be advised to travel to tho
promised land. " -' ; 1
"We leave for New Zealand on Janu.
ary 13," said Krotzschmar yesterday.
"We intend to look over conditions
with our own eye. - We will also talk
with the oflicials and find out what in
ducement. New Zealand will offer white
farmers, knd if w. find that we can bet
ter our conditions;1 then the members of
the organization will go to NW Zea
land.' It i not that m have anything
against Hawaii, for that we hare net,
but we think that it is likely that wo
can tin better in some other connfry,
and tTiat i what we are trying .to. find
out about.: -; - - . ." ;
-."The organization is a small one
now, but we believa it will grow very
rapidly. It ha already eolkected unite
a largo fund, which has boon nfcved in
th bank, aud but of this the expenses
of myself and my comrade ere. belnu
ImI" . : . . , , ,- - .-. - .' "
' sa a4sMMHSa v
One'of tho first fflcial tank. which
avernor itnkham will" be called upon
to tako up this morning will be tho
reading of a, letter written in Bussiau
which was received from Laupuhoehoe,
llawaii, yesterday. This, ff course,
puts Laptowa immediately on the map
far aw the- Oovemor i cowcernrd. -
What the letter is about is a pro
found secret, Private Secretary to tho
Governor, George Ii. Clark, laboring
loaf and earnestly yesterday to procure
it translation, hat all hie efforts were lsi
vain. - Whale ther are only a few Bus
-'u scholars in Honohilu, Lauahoobo
seem -to be full of them, for the let
ter is signed by the following Laptown
ites: ' : " "" . - v -
I). Gamsky, E. Kaoha Kalwa, Sam
Wi Ha, David tsttoohf Ham Mose
Johta da Hirva, M. If; Jonsen, Charles
J Moore, Kanteichi Vshino John l'au-
1s, Maancl fwihn, Joseph J. Ig
fiaciny marufei riiiva, ieinrel ahnoiov
E, K. 8iwua, llary A wo 11 g, Havam
Terada, Mshucl-An4mde,' Keahl Kahi
kn and John K. K.koa .
E. Kaeha Kalwa i deputy tax
sesseiF a- VI Kl Bimmons ls'dcputr
sheriff Of North Hilo- district, of which
Laupahoeaon is the capital. Tho letter
was enclosed, in an envcloiM) which was
addressed simply "Honolulu.. Tho -Governor."-'
It arrived by registered nialL.
' ,. . . .-,,. , .
.-. Ptilir Oflicer Cartrr and, interpreter
0, A. Doylo returned" from JIil6,ye.'ite
day, after laving seen Hideo Nalianrira
given a year' sentence for gross cheat,
N'skamura is the smart Jaanese wh.
came from Seattle to reap a harvest
among the Okiuawan Japanese of the
Territory with a tale of n. oxodus te
a Honth Be a isle, whe wage were big
and work easy,. Ho wa arrested here
last week, and taken by, Cartrr to till
where Doviastherrd thirty-two of hi
victin to testify areim . hin, from
each of whom, th. windl( bad-collected
au advance fee for. passage on a
myt'ticnt schooner to th happy land.
Whon lie snw tho guthering of tho wit
Qi'sses, Naksmura tuok a tip from Dojis
arid entered a )Mody, plea of guilty.
Doyf" receiVfd many compliment on
his quick work, eKpeeinJIns ho bad
madu Naknmura ' agrH .to refund the
ifreater part of hi easy' rtiouey,
tl. M. A TEX 8. .
boxing promoter ia state where box
ing was illegal - moving . across the
htate line Into a Territory and by ao
doing evading the law. I do not
think that the spirit of the federal
statute logically applies to Hawaii, and
believe that it would be mighty diffi
cult to get a jury to convict for viola
tion of the statute. . .Tho letter of the
law regarding boxing in territories is
explicit, however, and a District At
torney McCarn chooses to administer
tho law according to the .letter rather
ia the smrit, the only thing is to say
you .win,' and to r
as possiblo.M ' V,
retire aa gracefully
Hilo Grafter Worked Every Ave
nue, Says Gooding Field in Re
port to Board of Trade. ;
(Mail rtpecbii to Tho Advertiser.)
HILO, December 29. At the ocial
meeting of the board of trade, which is
to take place Wednesday afternoon, a
special report will be read which has
beea prepared by .Auditor Gooding
Field, showing very exhaustively tho
manifold reasons why the probe com
mission audit should he carried On to
the end of the year. 1013. . -,
The Field report is In several ways a
hammer. "The examination so far has
chown," it says, "that no opportunity
was overlooked to benefit fraudulently
by the -accounting methods in .. vogno,
nnd the devices contrived to accomplish
this result were , ingeniously planted."
'. Field ailds that he has found tlmt it
was tho habit of the auditor to issue
warrant lefoie th amouut for which
thero were irmie.l had been allowed by
the supor visors. . That kind- ot author
ized warrants wore issuod to the amount
of S..8sr.f,l in-tlio M'riod from July
1, JOO-V until DUvembcr 31, 19t4t, and
Field estimates, that tho am omit repre
sented by similar warrHitsy ismied from
January J, 1910, until July 31, J'JH,
will iun up to about $20,01)0.',
' " .
FOX BIG EASTERN" STORES
, NEW YOBK, Deeembor 30.(By As
sociated Press Cable) Six subsidiaries
of the Biogel Stores Corporation,, doing
business here and in Boston, went into
bankruptcy today. ..Friendly proceed
ing resulted ia the bankruptcy astion.
The stores d an annua! gross, business
of iO.OUO.oilO. . . .v . ' ; ...
In a statement issued by th. maaage
ment,. the reasons for the failure are
given as disapjiointing Christmas trado,
curtailment of credit on the part of the
bonks and stringency during a, heavy
operating season. The market had dis
counted the approaching failure owing
to recent rumors, and no panis resulted.
WithJEczema That Broko Out wfieri
' but Threo Months Old Burned
and Itched So She Cculd Not Sleep
Chance of Curo Seemed Slight.:
CURE BY CUTICURA : :
:- EASY AND COMPLETE
: "fhir llttto nunV.tcr,' when Hire
months old, iK'p;au U Im-ak out en tl
bead and we hud th? best loctnrs to
treat her, lHit tlirv d'.d nt t ds l.cr nny
go(Kl. They said trn linil rear ma. Her
ryes booarno crccsiti In nt tho t'lsroe
and br seolp wos a s:ilid cccio til over.
Tli burning oml lubinf wc go revcro
that sho could rrc't rcct, day cr r.Ifiht.
V bad about nlxvn up nil ticpr when
wo read an ndverti irtnent cf tho CutU
citra ltemt(lbs. V.'o r.t rnc not a rak
fit Cutiourafi;ep, n besef CutieurnOir.t
mentand one bottlccf Cutirura l.rr-lv
ent and followed direction.-! rairfi Hy.
Aftnr tho first dn-ot tlu Ci:tict:ra Re
solvent, wou-avl thoCi'tirvraBc-rpfiPcly
and applied tlio Cutictwa Ointment.
Then uha herein t3 Iraprovo rrpldly end
In two weeks tho orclo ccnic off ber hoed
and new hair bepm to crew. In 0 very
hnrt timo sho wri well. IIc rye were
rioifixitly .strriicUtTihcn tha rcccvrrcd
rid linvo lvri rnj ever tl nrc. - t h?i 1 nevr
sixteen ycr.rs cf co and h a pU-t::ro ct
health. . V'o l:nrT tbo Cuticrro r.ciro.
dicis cured her end liavo uacd tbtta ia
0r fainily c"crtlncc. ' , ' :'
V uvd t!io CoticAwi Tincdlea
about flv weo!r, R'i-.:lorly, and then
we oouUl net toll .ho bad been ctTccfrd
with nny illno;K. fill uUorrd v-ith
burning and itt-bin; enl bsrd, cc!7.
dandrurT-lookln rcr.ln c'. cv r her heed
end in plnrc cn brr lirr'r. V.'o urrd nt
ot her t re t men U off r r v 'f f :i md 01 t v.- h n t
the Cutirura Biw.rclici-'"- ul'l do f-r hrr.
J. Fith and riln M. FtU, ait. Vernon.
By., OcU 13, 1C03." , , ,
For preeervinft, purifying and beaut If y
ing the skir. scalp, hair unci hands; foe
ecaemas. rashes. i !:inr. 1 end choune
and for the pn-vontion if tho some; aa
well oi for tho su native. antisrptlo learn
ing of ulcerated, inflnmeU mucous iir,
f aous and ot hrr lire which readily suggest
tbemaei ven to trmfti, Ci'tlrura fionp and
CuUtura Ointment bra laUispeaoaUe.
Ciitl.iin 8Sin(-M ) tnTs1lwlris. riiMrwa.
OinTinriit t,t.) t.t it,,. Hl'l si)l C utH-urk
pulvi-nl (AOc I. r In ih l..rmof1lu. tMir f nti
ruia. 2v. prr vfal n( Oi lo ruriry Hie ulotxl a.
fntUl thruwtimii ih workl. Vottr-r Iruv a Clu-n
t'urp.. tulr Frtint-- ).1M olmnbtM Av.. IIiuiioil Mm4.
sir Hftihd I nt, kt-piiwc t'lmnm lilt, s cow,
awcis tuiil u Um Tmsuubi l sua sad avslti.
BfiBlTS SGftLP ALL
Property Owners of Auwaioliriiu
District Believe Work WiU CoBt
Less by Private Contract and
' Will Ask Extension ' White-
honse Thinks Citizen Labor Is
': (From. Wednesday Advertiser.)
.The. many resident in the Auwaio
limu district in the Punchbowl sertiott
of the city are confronted with tho task
of putting in sumo four mile or mote
of curbing on new streets, that have
been flnishnd a to grade, water pipes
and sewor lines. Tbo latter part ot the
work being done by the City of Ho
nolulu is nearmg completion and th-nt
residents face tbo necessity of putting
in too curbing or at tho end of sixty
days, having it done 1.y the county and
the cost charged as a lier. against tho
several properties adjoining tho newly
'J ho residents of this picturesque
Punchbowl srrtion of Honolulu icel
that sixty days is all too short a timo
In which to do the work required by
law and a movement i under way to
appeal to th. board of supervisors for
an extension of time.
Tho law is specific as to tho sixty
day limit after. notice has been given,
but the Punchbowl residents are an
xious to find a way to carry out tho
tequirement of the law as thry believe
the cost to property holders will be
mnch less, if done by themselves than
if done by the county.
' - They point out that the county must
lis. none but citizen laborers while the
property owners by employing Jspa
ncse could have" tho work done for one
third to Bfty per cent less.
Engineer L. M. Whitehouse ia talk
ing of the matter said that in his opin
ion, if the resident could do the work
cheaper it was np to them to get busy
and do it. However, he does not be
lieve that money can be saved by tho
resident by employing foreign labor.
'Ta. grading, the sewer work, the
placia- of storm drain is nesring com
pletion," said Engineer Whitehouse
yesterday. 'Th.re are over four miles
of new streets, Tho curbing must be
put In accord Uig t law and thrn we
will be ready to go ahead with the pav
ing of the streets. , -
do not bolieve anything can be
gained by the employment f Japanese
labor. We buy curbing stone at from
thirty to thiTty-five cents a foot and
with citizen labor can put it in plmn
for tea-to fifteen cents a foot. Tho
Japanese- cannot do it for much less,
if any, aa eitiawn labor rs much more
rffltieot and does a quicker and better
job. ..,., ... t r ..:.--
"When the curbing is ia place, the
Territory will begin the work of pav
ing th street and the quicker the
curbing is ia place the sooner tho tract
will have fine streets instead of lanes
of mnd and dust. , ,
"The superintendent of public, works
will have asphalt pavement put in on
most ef the streets aud wuti-r bouud
macadam- on th less traveled streets."
Tallest Structure of. Kind In
. America Located On New
'.','.. Jersey Coast.
' Ja view f .the . recent dWpathc
from Kurope telling of the siK-cexsfifl
traasmissioB' of vocal sounds across th
Atlanta by wireless telephone, the ik
scriptioa of the tower at which tbosu
menage were received in America, a
given in th January number of I'opu- .
la 1 Mechanic ia interesting. This struc
ture, which is the highest in America,
and, with ae exception, tho highest
building of any kind in the, world, win
recently completed on tho .Now Jersey
coast. It is a wireless telegraph tower,
'8'J3 feet high and duly 24 feet in di
umctor.. Mo quietly has tho work of
building this tower been carried on -auu
so remote from ordinary routes 0
travel I its location, that it was prac
ticably completed bet oro anyone except
the builders thcnihelves rcul..cd thut
there was beino; erected in Anierira a
structure which tops tho great Wool
Worth building in hew York by 7,1 feet
ami lack 130 feet of being as hik'h as
th. fatuous Kiffel tower of lnris, which
is still the tallest niomufiont to mun's
engineering ability ami iugeunity.
Tho tower is u minimi and remurkablo
in many way. It is made of structural
steel, well crOKS-braced for Bliffiiexn.
Tho lower end is pointed, !ko a hu
lea. I pencil, and terminate iu a 1 i inch
baH of solid cast itcel, which rents in
a cast-steel socket 011 a ba.tu of struc
tural steel girders.
These girders in their turn reht, for
insulation, on six huge columns of gl,
each 2 feet in diameter, aud thi'Ho are
supported by a solid concrete --foundation
which is sunk fur into the ground.
Ilraccs weighing a ton each are unci
to hold the stctd bus la imwIUoii 011
the glass supports, which aro used for
insula ting purposes,; to prevent the
grounding of the powerful bih IniMo.i
Sufficient rigidity of the entire struc
ture is obtained by menus of wire ml,li
guy. There are "3 of theno j;riut 111
ble,- six of inch diameter and six of
8 18 inch. Thy are attached in threes
at four different points alxmt 2nti f .-, t
part, and aro carried to am hora."
formed . of groat concrete blocks, i, 1
feet from the base of the tower four
cable to each aashoran. Kuch a'nehor
eontaln l.lUIr ton of mincrete, un In
sunk SO fV-et into th earth, while-1.-.
ing SI) feet above it. On eueh ruble
are four insulators, weijihing1 J.mmi
pound each, arraagud in pans. The
anchor cables have themlves to lo
anchored by means of suialler cubits
and aachorages, to prevent swaying iu
heavy winds.. -,
Work on the aw Hrewer. 'Com
paay' Hilo biribhan, ou the site of
the old Volcano Htabtes olllces, will bn
gin aext Prida'y,' the first working dav
in the year. The Volcano tables
Comiinnv. hns nlremlv iiil,IUiA,l
1 headiiuarters iu, its j)ew '. lmildlnx 1
I Waiuluma. . .