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IIAWAffAN GAZETTE, TFDSDAY," APRIIi- f," 10H.-SF.MI-WEF.RtY.
r' r r iL;.nii5(i:iTC.T IS" LU, FOB MWl ESCAPE ED nivjiunnnr PIOEflPPLES ' 1 ; i v Will llUUUllhi Democratio nijherupa Declare Hermari Lewis,' Colored Soldier 4. me m OFFICERS FACE wsm nnr v Mien un tcci: BQOSTEB Ifi ft . - i I i c i f Ef,5? UL'ilSID IHII.,i- I UIUU -LIMES QUICKLY UlfJO - ,nst iHU6 iizp lit? 6t -t t ' : (From Xfoaday AJVertleer.) E?ilx Property : ftfid Valua'blei f attd1 The frdenfhat 'Entire afcttnltn Fop"Waiton of Torrecn V tf Loaded -m Train and Sent Acroat 3drdar f, Int. V JJuiled SUtei at El Paso. ; tobr&w, via ra rao, April -i - (Associated Press by Federal Wli !) t'lenersf VllU yesterday ftmd order that the sis hundred Ppanlardt who reside W and hi' the, vicinity be deported. . The rebel loader famed In structions' that train be provided' lav ' mediately for that purpose and that the exodus ef the Spaniard tor El Paso 'be-' Kin tbia morning.. . AU the prdpertf ot the Spaniards has been confiscated at leant temporarily. - Tee order of deportation woe re ceived oy the Fpnuisrds first iflf tragic iletire vrhiefl was followed by pastcro 7 stte Outbursts. pleading anT htrasnt XII' asserted that tbey ha remained neutral at far aa they could with the federal troops fa control bf the" flty. ' IT ; 1 i 1 J A ' rum, Bwppi mmm wivim I inw vim AoOW bis head to all protests,' declar ing' that 'wv-Hy pewiart bo find In Mexico will be deported. - Disobedience ofj the oVd'eri be declared, will "" mean execution npo'n capture. . (" '- ; - wtlHbe 'remembered' wees Villi Was at Jusrex preparing for hia adr vanee on Torreoa ha sent word to the Spaniard of Torreoa that he consid ered a IV dKbryal" to' Mexico b i1iim r rhcir sympathy 'for-' the' iTuerte eaune' arid" weald kill every Spaniard . raptured when 'be'tdel? the Vrty.i- He af.ivi.ed' nil SpaaiSTdV to leave Totreon'. . '"tJWtW BtiW InWcrtii'., ' VI ' - c A 1 t : ITpea iioeiBt of thia. warning the Spanish consular agent at Trreon nrs.de ' an appeal . to Washington; and' through the otnee of Secretary of State' Bryan Villa' wa lndaet to withdraw bia de eisiolt foi general execution (Spain1' larder . :--r- ' .' ,V r.- f It wai'beeauee of tkr threat airaiinrt - the Spaniard that Bryan alo inaiatel ' on Hoert aad Villa; establbminit new- traJ , aem at Torreon -whicb wa not ' to be fired oa dovlng the ieKe,i and . where foreign reeidenta of the city eoald take refuge. i ' ' .' ' Inaamar.h' aa Villa , an hirf rebelfe BtriirpeJ the Spaniard ef ail their hold- ina and raluable, they , will axriv in tne tnite state nraetieaiiy pensile, Hianw'AF naann Witli a. I w ta . Ijvt hlMtt ej tneir oa . . , . -r ; v V ; IBblear ef Oar Aittec Kitranse thev ramnnt i ohiutixl bJ liferent, and are foreirn reeidente in Menietr, ft ia not probable that they wur te 'coppei by tbe military-author-ities ar violator of tbe nedtrality law1, hot became-' Of beinf' neanHen. it'll' eertaia that they will have to be cared for' at the kovernment refufee" eamn ; until other previaion fan be niade for thorn by their governrnent in alt rob biHty.' ..:..-. .V . TWO TRAINS BLOWN UP : ?t nnvpaTA a pit virrvrt ftasa. a it a sal, r. UI 1 1 V, f AaftooiaTed rrets by Federal Wireless) -r VTWo federb Wiifi,' W Tarapiee' and Sao Luis Potoai end fblr- tv-ix soldiers killed, accordina U a . a ongtitutiouaiifix message receive yes- Becreiarr iaiuef Bwtpl6ff order XSffeetiaw : Ever ; Shfar aarl. i , f,:6tatitfn in Deartmeit.,.i : , .... ( . WAIUUTO.vr' April ' ft. (AasO , tinted Prase by Federal WireTeasV '. Secretary of the Nav Josenho Dan' tela yesterday .mad public the ' fct that Be has issueit an order eomp'elling s No 'only, Will the ordvr abofish tbe , wim menu. mtuniiunei uy me ulcers, lnit will' bar alcoholic liuiier- from itirf jilfip and every shore station, of tae department. The secretary an tfoiineed that tliu order wa issued upon the reeoinnif).iut ion of Surgeon Ueueral UJfUsfOd. . . , . " The' order i considered 'one of. the most notable victories ever scored by tae proniDitioo loree. , PLAST TO UB6lUSE : WATEELOO BATTLE7IILD WWDOlf; ; ApHl (By FedeVarl - iVireless) A committee which includes the Duke of Wellington, Lord BobeVts end the lord mayor of London, ha been formed to raise a pnbttc fond of (lyyuK) to percbase tb Wgterfoo bat tleflelil in order to preserve lt from' -' s.snevuiaT.ivQ pnuuer. .. . ' ' f . tt f ;N .iprij ; 6. Asoeated ylo-uini attributed to a bomb placed by mytrutivtwa; in t. Martli'S Cbnndi'i Trafulguf Miuare,' brat-- night dirt eon' iderable- damage to the pewa and win dow. Tlire was no one' in- the church a the time of tbe erplokio; ' , ' NiWtTUBlt, April (Associated Tires, by , Federal Wh-fos)-lC. F. Hhsh, tbe first minister to the United btates under the new Cbin'eee Bepnblic, arrrv'ed. here' yesferday from. Hamburg eir hia way to Washington.' He Was accompanied by hi wife end a large' eorp of assistants; .the, Jiarty. neni lur ing aizteeo peraoa. , ' i. ' From the raoer tlrcleiijO pemorraoy here and ,f:om' Ihi' hiher-up' in the eooncil1 of the v Bourbon, 'it wa tathoritativaly eta ted yesterday that Ooveroor rinkham bad ndored IIar,y jrwin or niio lor iiitigesnip ri ie Second Circuit and ih'at hia' name bad been forwarded to Freiident Wilson by Qovernor Pinkham on Saturday, Pink ham last night refuted to diiruna-the aubject,. declaring that lA aairannce meat of appointment muat com from VasMagtbn, ' ' :' '.'.'''. TheSecond Judicial Circuit com prise the Ialanda of Maui and Molo kai.,kJndg Selden B, Kingnbnry la at preaent hol.Bng the position of judge of fbi eirtnit. '' ' . ;,' A prominent 'politician, high in tie rani of local Democracy, ail yeiter day that the endorsement of Irwin f6r the Maul judgeship was rompromite measure to quiet Irwin 'a light for te Hawaii judgeship. Certain' Hilq Democrats, it i rlaineil, have" 'been clamoring for the acalp of Jiulfte1 Parson for some time. One f the gVaivesT charge again Judge Per son 1 that fe i a staunch Republican aad should give way to a dyed-ia-tbo-ooi Democrat. ; ' Judge PYort, iiewevei, baa ntroag inflnenee Working on Hawaii to retain 'him in h poaition. ' These Influences are taid to be from those high in tie rank ' of both- the Republican Bad l)emoratie partiee en' the-Aig Island. By sbxting Irwin for tbe Maui judgV hip It is thought by Democratic poli tician here that it is' a . compromise meaaiire Witb this Hilo organization and the1 fanre time a plun to retain Judge Parson inr hi preaent pesititm., . Othera equally high in Demooratle councils scout the idea of 'Irwin's ap poinTnrent to Mnl and maintain that Jude"EdIngs7 who ha the' combined emroreement' of the- Bar Anoeiatlcm, the Democrat! Territorial Committee, and! National CommittCemna John Wil son, will' land' the appointment, In ml ditTOn1 to th KK-ar lufltrence working for JuMge Kdirtgs appofument It 4 stated, that powerful influence en the mainland are working also for his ap pointment. ' ' '! "' ' mkm iii- ", . .' C Japanese Driver Kuna Down Cab : Driver Latwr In Hospital I ' - from Injtifie.-f , ' Sergeant Major Wells of ' the regular Army, driving Automobile No. ' 1115, eoHided with . Bapid Transit ear Jfo, If aj King- and Bishop Street lat aiiibt at eeven-flfteen o'cloeW. Accord ing to1 Special Officer Ferry, Well wa .lnyiig af'a High rate' of speed' When h 'etrue the ,' which cause Bia machine fo kid -en the wet pavement and mat it erashicg into telephone pef'-' h-c ; ( . i - Centtdershle damage wae done to the machine.. The radiator waa smashed, both lamp were brqkea and the springs and body were badly Injured. None of the eecttpairtf Wa Inlnred. I T, Mormoto, a Japanese, drivine au toenobiie- NO. 14SI1, ran1 down and se riously injnre'il Manuel Coma, a haohv drrrcr, at Ltiiha and Kukni street at two-Sfteen S 'clock yesterdar mnrn ug. According te OrTlcer Chiiton, forrea wks driving on the ris-ht. side of the road when tbe accident occurred. Cor-' rea -was throwa oat ef the hack nhd ustaiaed several painful injuries. Tha norse ran away and the hack waa badly msshed. t forrea is in the Queen' Hospital, and will swear to a warrant charging Morimote with violating tbe traffic or dinance when- be is in a oonditlott to appear at the police stetioB. - ": MANCHURIA 'OUR DAYS i -. f BEHIND ITS SCHEDULE , '.. w . . , t . HaclifelJi 'if' Company baVe beW ad vised by cable that the Paciflc Mail ateaateV Manchuria is feut days' behind it1 schedule, and Will Hot arrive here until April 15. .v . The- iMay1 flr de to damage o inM by the big vessel when it was IrncV by i: squall aod1 drlvea agroohd- urMagasakt' atonf two week ago. Ab thoogh the'llnec grounded on a Soft bottom' and was soon floated Ita- plates Were' slighfTy damaged arVd it wsa or1 derevf to Hongkong for repairs.' ' " '' ' - -j - -i i fELS LEAVE? $50,000 ' xa fArxwu seceetaey PWLADtoilATTADrir flBv Federal Wireless) Most of the estste of Joseph Fels, millionaire and aintrle- ta advooate; is left to his widoW, with tst 000 to Walter ( oatea ef Mid-1 loboro. v -' , umiwu, , mm m . tu&na UL appreciation of faithfulness to me and as a man." 'Coate was Mr. Feia' see- retary, ' rOltf LANt), April (By Federal Wireless) Pedro a seven-foot 'Mexican boa. boarded for three months at the expense' 6f the United State govern' rfctfnt, bsv bteen sfild to a showmsn for eight "dollar; ' . ' ' 1 ftani ' wa'' aeoolrel when Jennie' WrVnrt, sHke charmer, wa arrested at fcndieton as a ' White slave 'witnemi. ftnder ' the regulation Uuitl Htntes Marshal Join Montaf was forced to keea the anske. bnt after the ease had been tfismistted Mrss-Wrenn failed to claim her net, 1 , I . Air allowance bad been made for his board by the govoremeut, but with dis missal or tiie ca this fund was shut olf and the marshst found it expensive buying yount rahbits and1 eae by the done to stify. (the voracious appetite oi tae serpeut. War Department Allowance for Smafl Arta Practise Declared Inadeoituite for Proper Training of Men, Especially Becruiti Who Have Koi Qualified on the Klrw; ; BCll'Or'lELiy BARRACKS, April 5. Company eommand'ei' in the full war ttrenftb regiment of the Hawaiian Bri gade have awakened to the' realira- tron, that the present authorised allow ance per maa for email arms ammuni tion with companies filled largely With unqualified men will prove altogether inndequnre for, tae present target set- son. "Driller the neW small arrns firing reg- ulntions, tho instruction rourse of the known distance . firing" requires 135 rounds ner man anil tnr ' that mkmiI eonree 62 ronnd. Hbould the torn puny commander 'desire to have hia many men Mre tbe instruction course a sec ond time before proceeding to the rec ord firing, as- wa customary under the oii reflations and- as- wiH certainly be nee.h-d ntider the aeW system, he ill be reqsireU to expend' 382' fotmtls. I .' Alloeince Hot SuflTdeilt ' ' Tbe money allowance for the current year for ench infantryman ha been cut o $7.05, which', at tbe present coat of rine nan ammunition, will provide on ly 300 rouud. . From this allowance of 7.G5 must also lie deducted all other kinds of ammunition the soldier uses in preparing himself for the ranue. in cluding gallery and dummy cartridges, the guar.i ammunition be uses during tbe year arid the Hank ammunition he may use in maneuvers and exercises for the eame period. To this most also be added tbe cost of the soldier's score book. Add to this the ball ammunition necessary for the proficiency test required for each Or ganization and the combat firing, ' a feature-or rne practise now recognized aa tbe most important bart of the sol dier's instruction and- requiring a lib eral allowance of ammunition, and the problem wnien company commander are now facing 1 easily apparent. . ' Allowance X Sashed. ' Influenced, no doubt, by the adop tion by tkS war department' of a new system' of- firing- regulations, ' eongreas proceeded to eot the' allowance - ,for rifle practise f roia tho sum appropriat ed for the ficf year 1OT3 by the ar bitrary amount 'Of e50,000. At tbe sain time the strength of the army has oeeo increased so tbot tkk current year Bad approximately 3500 more soldiers in the army, v.i. : . t To provide foods to enable these men to shoot, estimating at the former year 'a allowance of $10 in round flguecs for each soldier, the . increase in strength alone -will reouire art expendi ture of $33,000 to furnish ammunition for these 3300 me. TA offset this ac tual rediictioa- of ff)3,000 the war de partment baa reduced the individual al lowance of the soldier, -v ("; Apparent Eeductlon of $174,000. F6r example' the reduction for sol diers of 'the1 rnanfTy, Philippine aad Indians 'HcontS' and ' the ' Enerneers amounts this year to $.1.13 per man. ' iw aumorizea etretrgta Of' these forces is about el.fliK) men, not includ ing about 7580 nnartacbed to reuiments and' there i made in this instance' a Aving of 12,380. In the ease of a cavalry soldier, Saving ef $2M bas Teen made oif the irtdtvidunl or a sav ing or n,ooo on the entire eavaCry arm of $0.47 for each eosst artillery soldier of about 0oo for the entire Artillery Corps. '' '', -.." ' l brs makes fa round figures an appar-, t n.liiit i .11 I ent reduction in individual allowaace for ammnnitio of $179,000 to offset a needed refaction of but $88,000. . Thhi Very considerable redncfinn h , made ueeidte a eoasidei-sl'tlA HiftAiAi.tA in cost of rifle ammunitioa than ia for mer year. ' . ( It is possible that tbe appropriation will be sufficient to provide for , the needs of the average organisation wrtb a normal aomber of oualifled' men of the several grade, but it is utterly Irn possible,, io the opinion ef many infan try officers tare; to meet the required expenditure for rrmnrunitfon that tbe profier training the large miniber of 'un qtianfied' men will ' demand with tbe money allowance' aa at present author leei ."' r " ' 'r i ' ' ii ' ' .1' m ' "- " I. ' Y. M. 0. A. NIGHT SCHOOL Tp BEOm. SVWAIEWOR Night school class of "the 'Vou'ng1 Hen' Christian Associstion will begin worV for the summer semester April 1 3. (.Issues wilj meet twice weekly and will study the same courses as those composiug the winter eurrirulum. In structors in the various branches will be aa follows; bookkeeping, John C. Andersou; typewriting, Merlon J. Moore; commercial arithmetic, P, N. Fblnem; advanced Kuglinh, E. B. Traeyj business Engrinh, P. N. Folsoin;, ele mentary English, Maurice .Spalding; machine shop course, J, p Perry, Jr.; employed boy' elans, S. M. Cross.- 11 ' i $. i ..-.."' A PABENT'S DXSTT. ; Vour boy is alwavs getting scratched or cut or bruised. Because the it wounds have healed all right is no i rn they al ways will. Oet a bottle of Chamber twin's Pain Balm and see that ever in jury is fared for immedyntery. You in Kc uoinmg better, ami blood palfon i too dsn roiis a disease tt rik. Frr sale by all deMer. ilensen, Hrrrltfa A Co Ltd., agent for Hawaii. Held for Hifhwaw Robbery, Breaks Jail at Schoflelct (From Monday Advertiser.) Herman Lewis, colored, a private ie Company K, Twenty-fifth Infantry, wbw hay been nnder arrest a SrlrolreM Kferrarks, charged with a eries of hold nil and highway robberies ia Honolulu,' cwnped fromnfae gunrd last aivbt irnd is si fuf(itiv from justice. Thb military authorities boHned the police ileparfment last night of tbe es cape of 1wis Armed soldiOs, assist ed by the Ibeal police, are making a searVn of the rslsud for. tbe nraa. ' Captain linker received word" yester-' day afternoon 'that a man answering the description ef Lewis wa seen ia the vioinit.y of the-polo grounds at Mo srmlna. ' )iricer were Immedlhtery hentJ to the district but could not locnttf the suspect Alt trsils sad paftsc leading from l.eiliua ro being petroled by provost v guards' and it is thought ia military hendiptnrter that H will not be long before Lewis will be captured. '.Y'", . Awaiting Cooit Martial ' ' Iewi i awaiting trial before 'fire military authorities Charged with hav ing held np and fobbed Charles Bllva, Libert Nakai and Ho Lint, three) licens ed chauffeurs, en the night of Msrea 12. MioNiy after twelve o'clock on that night Automobile NO. 029 from the Oa- bu AtO Htaud, driven by Clmrlrs 911 va, was stopped on King ntreet in Ka. lib! by Iewls. who stated. that be wait ed- to be driven to FmVBhafter. . Lit bc'ra Nakai, a companion of. Hilva, was a fssnenger In tke ear st the-time and was riding on the front seat The ear wa tinned around but at the entrance of Fort Shatter Lewis told the driver to keep going and be would tell linn where to -stop. . Wbea opposite a Chinese store in Moanalua Hilva fe.lt the cord niuzrle of a revolver preened against hi head with tbe eommemf; ihrow .up your hands, tbe both of on. If you don't 1 11 ahoot.' Hilva and Nakai hastily Oompliod' with the demand and handed ever their ' com bined capital of sixteen dollars. Commanded to Drive Back.'- J-owis then coinmandeof them' (6 drive bach, U Honolulu which they did. When opposito the fishmarket. Lewis told thwn to Blow down aad, while the ear was runniu at about twenty miles an botirLfeWia Snened the door arid hnm- ed, landing heavily on the pavement He got up quickly am) ran toward the waterfront. ' ' ''' ' '' -i Hilva drove to the police fetation aad notified Sergeant laukea who, with a squad of police, made a search of tbe neighborhood 'for Lewis. Lewi, in the mesTT time hsfl gone no town and en gnged another automobile from Ho Llm sud wns drlvea to the-same Spot Where the previous robbery , took place, aad relieved1 Ho lAm of ten dollars. , Lewis then commanded him to drive to Leilehua. When opposite the Aiea store Ho Lire told Lewi that be wa ont of gasoline and would' purchase a i appiy t, tne store, in roaitty, aa no lm afterward explained, he went into the store to -telephone for the police. Lewi suspected bis purpose and whe IIo Lim returned tbe ear' was' goae. It waa found the next day at BehofleM barracks. .An investigation' waa made at 8cbo field the following dav fend Lewis was positively identified 'by lakni,' BFIva- anrt Ho Li in. IIo was placed ' Wider arrest and was awaiting trial whei be escaped. ' . ' . ' in addition to 'these crimes' it i alleged that Lewis Is a dangerous char actor ann ims been implicated in a series of holdups and robberies that have been under investigation by the military authorities for several months; District Attorney to Investigate1 Charges Made1 Agaiast Schov field Barracks.' v On information 'fufnisbVd United States District Attorney Jeff UcCara. inrougn a letter sent mm, in wnica it is stated that the federal laws are being violated by. the sale Of Hqaors at Bcbofield Bafracka the district attor ney stated last , night bat he would make an investigation, of the matter and wonld prevent the facts' to. the fei oral graud jury. : ' ' McOiri busied- himself last night ringing up several of those mentioned in the letter arid wade iaquiries is 'to what they kne' of liquor beftig sold in the various ollicers ' clubs on the military reservation. Tbe letter wbh h caused tbe United' states district attor uey to start this 'iuveati cation is as follows: "Honolulu, April 3, 1914. , '"Hon. Jeff McCnrn, t'. M. Wstrict Attorney, Territory .of Hawaiii "Dear dirt As . aa American citizen who likes to sea the laws enforced will you please answer'-' . this question . '"V.hy is fhe sale of Intoxlcst; ing liijuors permitted on the mili tary reservation at Bcbofield Bar racksf ,...-; '..-, ', , "I ha'a seen itaold there and nanje you the following men who either purchased the lienor of par' took, of the ami ' : "R. W. Bhhiale, Harold Billibg; ! bam, Johri Uruce, 'Sonny" Mae- . f aria ne, Captairi Winan," Lleu , tenants Ro.lfl, Hall, Richardii, Ly . man Chetfey, William ' Lucast Cha. Lucns, La6rence nedfngtoii! Kporting editor the Bulletin; )(. O, Lowry, sportiug editor The Adver tiser, J. Walter Doyle. IlHrvey hilton, Janie"H4nnon, MAirie' Mauoon and many othera. . . : . ''Awaiting your reply through, the columns of the daily' press to which coidei of this letter have' been sent,' I am, yours very re-' spectfullvj " - ' ' CHARLES A. PEAZE. Font Declares' Iwrballatio. and MainUntrnce of TonrisV In forstfition BnreikXi at Singiport, tie Eastern QaWay of the Piciflo. '.VM ; t " .-' ; That Wawail fs to benefit throoVkth' I j it visit of Alexwndes Hutne Ford to the Far East,' in being" able fo syrtetriat- frally place advertising literature in a vantlige at" the eawtern gfiteWay of the rsoinv nr evKioneea 'irmrr tne' follow ing b'tter' received by TJw Advertiser from Mr. Pord. daed it Singapore On MaYcn 3; . -V - rt ' : " Just levl (mrrntyre ftdnv ftV haVing- gotten the different idterests t geteer so ar T bellov Wrf Will have- an'oinigl tourist buraw"here"at the entrance far. tbe Pacini wtlc will be of great' enrvice to alt mf Ws IS distrib uting eor nfefatore. At presene there I no tewit' bwretn heVe,, although set eral have bW stSrtrtd ' by orrvnW rn terearsj an oriei tlrat cbhrgeiri a dollris to eaeV pe'fsba" asking question's ' still ekes nt in exists. , I have the colonial aeeretary Willi me, and 0 have as ken ep the matte with tbe president ot the- chamber of commerce, the rfl wsyw and the Malay Htatea, etc, and the twing will bef put through. I am Inclosing you slipping from yeaterday's Malaya-Tribune.' . . . The slipping waa as follows: Bureau la Inevitable. . . .' "Mr. Aleiander Hume Pord, editor of tbe 'Mid Pacific Magaain'vand oa of the feadera of the Hands' Aroano the-Paeific' movement, who leaves' to morrow by the Spanish mall steamer 'Alicante' for Manila, aaid (bat- aa official tooriwr bureau in Singapore wa .inevitable". Ia fket,' ail ttat remains to" secure this is he co-operation- of the federated Malay ' States BwVlwtry wrrh taw Oevti Miasm mrb tbw ewnmer" eial Interest of Singapore. ' 1 ?l ra T r. vw asr . . .- - ' as ' j -in Jiawan, , said Mr, rord, 'onr Cbamber of Contnrarca ami Merchanm Association each appoint two members bf the Promotion tomtnitr Of TlaWait, aad they elect Ue If tb. TheGovern nten males aa spproprmtion oresooe ayear gold to tbih body, the fty wW other sis thousand, and the people of ihe city about twelve thousand more, ana oy jnmciotniy aistributnig our lit erature around' the Pacific we baVe built up Hawaii aa a great: Pacifi re 1 . ; '...' axwaaa la Jtamataste, "-'?'- ' "All . throughoutAuati-alasia: similar omciai lourmc Dureaue : are ' Operated with -the co-operatiori of the Oovern- -taenVar else the Government hai gone 1.. ,L. 1 'Lm ...... - - . - inio mm misine naeir f)xs wonderfol results.' Im Java the" railways, tbw bans: the steanmmp eoMiptirfSa "and h Government each appoint a director of tbw OlBelal Toorhie Uareaobicb Js uosiainea oy eaca or these bodies,' had where three or fon.- years ago the t04r 1st burean tent a thousand travelling tbvougb Java It bow sends five thoa- aod a year. , ' -f .-' ,. ' v,- .--i .v i "The cooperation of the T ut A Railway wit- tae people1 or trgsiore and tbe'Gbvern'inent otiTd eaily make th Malay titate known abrouguoafr the world- a a place worfb vislttog, trit It uiecur tan eo-operatloa Of veryolM to induce he tourist, to remain in tbe pisce ana inane extouoej trips. ! OoasUera 'Singapore Important. "So important do w consider Birig myv uaav neneve tat if the rail ways should refuse to co-operate fa this movement the official tourist bat eaux around tbe Pacifla will probably luuuiuui mo sum necessary tO main tain' an official' tourist bureau In Bispt rfpor- sW that fhe literature of tbe Park ins may be' distributed on, tbe iteamsrs entering the great oeeaa from Europe ,mj way or Singapore. : . "It certainly7 would' be- f o A ti vsintkijo of tbe Federated Malay States Railways ff they Woofo eo-otierate in thtr, trid so Irave yefy fonrtst 'bOi'ewo' ,aDout tne memo distributing It Htep- arure ana orgrng tOUri.t to etbp over at Slrigtfpbre! long OtaoAgH to visit fhe Msray state. The fact that these.1 riiitfays-faustfuct resVhouseb for ths tourist lmueatet that tby wis bfm. I have 'felt the pulse' here aod know tbat if the railways win nfcke the first wove,' we'eonid have the feoppOrt V bo lleVe, 6f the" Obvermnemf "and' the' peo ple of- Singapore.'. ... i.: -f .; . I :f f, Blsioal Eecomaienilafioha, ' 1. ' ' "Tbeee really should be an excellent ly equipped office ia tbe eity, where all information could be given about (be Malay States, i Sings pere a4 the rest ox tae raoine? ror if m Malaya (.fflkaai Tourist Bureau would .' distribute . the literatur's of the rest of the Pacific. the rest of the Pad fie wool take cart or Singapore and the-Malay States', so fat- a inibticity concerned.' :Thia i am' ea of eousolidatioa 'of "Interests, and I trust and believe that as soon as the Work of . tb Hand-Arirtid-the-Paeiflc' movement ia understood in the Malaya; that she will have an official tourist bureau here that wilt work With the splendidly equipped belie of thi kind that the traveler now meets With entirely around tbe Pacific. ' ' 'I4 It would Seem a' pity, to have tbe other. tourist bureaus aupportlng their official bnreair tn on part of Siugapore, the railway with their' in another, and other interests with a third, when thev are all Working fot the saina end and should work together. . j t v 'X Malay Caa Teacb. Mack. ;''''.'',,'; ' "Around the. Paelflfl we realise the importance of Singapore as tli place where1 the paroneen tourist eaters the Psrlflu, and We feel that we baV much to learn from Malaya io tbe wty jker Ahsxattder Httme He Is Asstti'exx W Japanese tvT&o Victimized ' I Countrymen Is Taken In , '?. CuW6dy t rXacwttlL , ,! f.;'MaiI Special to The Advertiser) " HILO,, April !. -Immigration Inspec tor Baywa and Dr. Katsunuma, also of tlrrWdwr InftWgVgWo aervreo; eame to BUo fant Thursday to eatch one of the mostj darisg and insolent .violators of the laws ever, seen here. "The ofR cjsls did tbeir ; wyirlr ;ui j record promptness, for white Hiey Sad expect f if ta Anf tbeir quarry i they fouVid on arriving here that he had left WWW ' TBey Btarted 'ia pursuit, ft csted him aw'riy over at tlonuae, aid Drougnt blm back to Hilo in Hme to secure evldonee againsr blm Vifre arid yet. bring bim back to Honolulu in last Friday's steamer. , Aa a record for swift and efficient detective Work this wiH be turd Wt best.- 'Av i ' 'Aecofding,! the immigrafioh offi cials this Japanese, 'who-Is Sri SCtor by profession, first got Into tifdnblb with iTorle Sam, en account' of-1 dspanese ,)ady of What Kipling decmre;ia the omneo-preresNton in th World. This Wonrtir-bJr Veen orderett denofted to Japan, but had been terened' by firr nishisg a bond. Whfft the time came for her to leave) Mt' a " jspan-bonad steamer, ber bondsniea prepared to surrender her. ' The Japanirae gentle man gott wind of this,' got Hold of me m.iy ,r bid bet in hibtwe nnlH IBterreBSd leff nonolbhr. ,- ;Thev rmmlgratiOn' officials' soea lo. eateVI'tbe WoWa; and front her they learned the State of affaire mentioned. USder tae' eircitmstanees ' the Mady'e acror menu nan gotten Mfrielf into s serloof tsngle, ami; a warrairt waa Is sSlefl against him tthder the" ' tederal statute wbrca makes if rib offense to harfcAr 'mreh Wmm ?. : Biif agalrithe Wily' aefot got ilnd of th" fact thst there was- trouble la the air- So" be decided to depart, Wit flrsl be wanted to take' up a Collertioa bf nAmey to take with blm W bfri tfnal de yaftura to the trbysaMaenrtim land, and he 'creete(p Hawaii as being the i1nf. where' there are" most pebple bf the-tyfe which meet' ' Veadily par'ts fr6nr mouey...'rf is possible (bat he had heard of the ancient proverb which names Kawalhae a the particular habitat of. the genua datnphool. At aoy event 'he landed inKohalk, 4nd, iuenciy possessing a Wen developed sense or bumor, tbis man, with war rant .ont for hia arrest, proceeded to masquersdV a federal Oftloef, making a tour through Kobala. snu" a far as niio. ';''.. ; i All the way along the line this gen- tlemaa did a land office business. Hi Ifttfc gam-' was simvlicity-Jtaelf. ' He would go to Japanese whom be thougbt Ire could frighten by using tbe dreaded saw 'or. lb , retleral autherltlea, and to Mel he Would declare that he was i federal officer, who had the authority to have them deported to Japan. ..' He wowld, However, everleek wbaterr lit- tie peeenanio th parties ia question1 migat nav on tbeir- consciences) pro- viuea a mau iee, ajiywbere from fif teen to twenty-five dollars were hand ed hlm.- f r, . t The gentleman 's-histriOni tralnlbg aasisieu aim. materially,, for so sue ce'ssful was his impersonation that be gathered In considerable good coin, lino eoiritiDatiag quite a number of Ues pocie- of wbtch) fhe proverb bat ii teat one is bora every minute; The game ended last Thursday afternoon, at Honuapo, whe A the fake and tbe genuine federal officers bad a dramatic thefmeothiff. The actor was brbnaht btck to rlo' the same afternoon, ami that evening until almost midnight Brown sad Katsunuma Spent -' examining thv various "dupe of- ther rrrisorter m wiles They met wlter considerable' trouble, as th' witnesses have the fear of federal officials which is "common ' with the lower Uss Asiatics, and, also, as thfey did not rtlisb as prospect of being ekired to Jionoruiu aa witnesses.. ' Still, suflTcifcnt vliTenceJ.wAsJ Secured to"de maud sortW skill oh tbe7 paft of the prisoner whdu He "is 'ealled ' hpon ' to furnish aa explanation. ' rest houses are conducted for tourists, and possibly that ths Malay State may have somsthiug' to learn from those of as- who have been wo'nderfutfy she cessful in organizing oar forces to se cure, not the toarlHt aday, bat tbe visitor of Weeks and months. We shall try bo sconce tbe eo-ofierstiba of the P. tti B. BaSrwaya,'lnit irf sny event I am cert aid that' a fully-eulpped Offi cial tou'riftt bureau in Singapore is in evitable.' It is-absolutely needed, both IW 'the good of the eity ami tire rest or, Malays, as well as it is needed by those of us who are seeking to make Pacifla )sod better known tbrongbout the world to the tourist, immiirrant and Investor. Af presebt 'practically all of' the' tobrlsr bureau of the Pacific art entwring into a tilaa to' work to- wether for tbe Pacifte, aad we hope and believe taat berore long Slngaore and tbe' Malay Stat wilt be with us; i . ,V Leaves for Philippine ( ; f 1 leave: tomoraoW to eantlnni mv trlfi i0 the Thtlippiires, China and Ja pan. It sebai eertaia nowthst every country arobnfi thePsclaV Will have a representative of It official tourist bureau ta the 'Psri-Psein Pavilion bf Intormatiet)" at the Exposition ia 8an Francisco,, to give out literatnr to in duce the' American" people to know the I'acifle sud to visit all qf its countries. I trust' and believe we shall have the nia'athere who' is to study, for the Malay Peninsula and the ' methods Of ths tourist bureau of the Pacific, and who will return to establish .the Offl cirfl Tobrtst Bureau' la SiOgapore." ' - -I r iiimt ii i i- i -' "KTKW' tOBIt. March" 2T. The' mar- kef for stock exchange ' memberships, Srter S 'period of stteniftt, is off again. Tlds developed With tW nnorincement ,verceday of ihe swte ef two sent nt 50,000, a drop of 5000. , ' Secretary it Aftf eulfcure fromui tte Stringent ( fiegtilationfi Againah Ilawaiian Products Federal! Inspctiott . 6n Island! ' Now ieruiytdaipwients Will Stop Temporarily BAN FRANCISCO, April 5 (Asso ciated press by Federal Wireless) -The secrefafry . ef sgrfcnlcure haa promul gated stringent quarantin regulations against the importation T fresh fruits arid vegetable from Hawaii. In order to prevent the Mediterranean fruit fly obtaining a foothold In California. 'Pineapples and lananas have been added to the list of fruits which imist undergo federal iospeetlob before ship ment from Hawaiian porta. : ' ' 'TTntil a fopy of the quarantine regu lations has bsen received it will not be known what their full scope is, (bnt In the light of the cabled advice the steamship companies wilt . not handle any More bananas or pineapples for ex port shipment , until the local federal quarantine la entablisbed.' ' - ' -. It ia believed that there will be double inspection of all Hawaiian fruits by the federal officers here and bv fh . California fttart knrMmlt commiFsion pn arrival at San Francisco. The banana export busines from Ha waii baa been of eoasidnrable volume for more than thirty years.' The export bnsines in fresh pineapple old to Pa cific Coast points has also srOWV to a vahie of many thousand dollars per an anm. Governor Pinkham having announced that the secretary of agriculture had assured him that Ihe export buaTness la pineapples -and bananas-would not bo - affected by the 'proponed quaran tine, the Inclusion of the fruits in the proscribed liat mihm ma m inntW t tb loeat interests. ' ' ' - " French Besent Encroachment of ' BritishoMissionariea. Said to . Be Wfitorbfae; Factor,' "Never wilt 'the French resident. Af New Hebrides submit to British do. minion," declared H. a Carr, an. Eng lish resident af the island wkn In ' recent interview "described the critical international situation resulting from l L t - a . . . cfssuB miwwo in mresionariee aad th commercial interest of the South 8ea essessions whtek m i itw,liit jointly Dy ureat Brttaln and France. . jar. t,arr icoirtea tne hte or Ureat BriUin's acquiring French rights by purchase.-1 "There 4w in th eommonWA.lth to fl SB undertaking," he said. "I don't mean that tbe cornmonwealtb eonl 1 not raise money to the earn nf th iitrfnA md the private interests therein, but that the people'' there' would riot eton seat to the cession! of Control.'" . ' WoU NaiUTea, Ha 8s. ' Bitterness anil resentment, which at times have threatened actual hostili ties, have reunite. 1 frnm fh iMiviiUi Of tbe missionaries.' aecordinir tA 1 Mr. Carr. "We are ovorrutr with mla- slons," he told the reporter", "and their aim and those of the plapter seem' irreconcilable. - There are the Presbyterians,' the Seventh Day Ad vabfists, the Anglican anJ teachera from the Church of Christ, and all want to keep tbe boys of the islands in their school, instead' of flllnWintt tfkAtn" A work on the plantations. If the native youths can get food and clothing from the missionaries, they refuse to work; benee the planters suffer. Tbe mission aries are only human, and the dispute ueiween tne oonteumng tactions is mo mentarily, on th mriM nt Mm mittnmt conflict... 1 . -. , ;' Hot In Need of Charity. . "The native haa fww1 in i1nv . the plantations and is not fh need of cnarrty. He hu mnn,v a mian.A ah beads and other pew-caw mn,i yj win pinHufl iui itiB, un derstand' tne, . tbe nig ia the piece d omiBiire, tne Bii-imponant factor, la the life of the son of New Hebrides. At the com ins- Af man Mnkuiii. . (. wi . w ,iini.iiiut vl cuiei io imv. in every xunrtiou there 1 a pig, . . . '"Another eurlnns eimtAm t th. i.i. lander im ihnl ... .e . i. '"" me wme sua allowing the lOwer'- Anil isi au. . - . , .t . "" I'ruuigioii length. The remaining tusks grow into a circle, and I hsve seen them pierce .... "-' jmw auu men commence a second Clrole." ,i ' . - i " '- rr' - ; - '' '-: BUSINESS ON KAUAI GOOD John R. Borirstrem.. travemna ten. sontntlvA nf fli linn.,!..!., "vr . . .. i . -.. pany, returned from a business trip ou ivauai yesterusv morninir. Mr. Haro. .. i . . . . strom reports business conditions bit the Harden Island as being exception ally good and that the residents or tbe uuie isiana nave jusi about re covered from the recent Ad Club in vasion,' . . ,, '..'.' ;,.'' SAN FRANCISCO, Anrfi . (Aaso- dated Press by rederal WirelsK Bear Admiral Walter Cowl, Who .'ta aboard tb liner Korea en route to Ma. ' nil to aaume command of tbe Asiatic fleet Of tbe United State Navy, stated befoV sailing tbat ha would arge" the speedy completion of tbe Improvement at Peart Harbor, HouAluiil. Ho pointed out the value of Pearl Harbor as at nt. ral base and that the govornment should lose no time In oMtoartn- it as ucn. , ' . , . (