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Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX, No. C321'.
Kvenlng IJulletln, Kst 3S82. No. SCSI.
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' Ha the arrival In liono'ulu of 12b
njond Qvey, M, WO., second Secretary
of the' British KnibaMy Lt Wafhlng
ton; anything to do with the formula
tion '.of a t.cnnlte ;liritl6h ioHcy;Con
ccrrilng th?; Islands In this part cf ihe
racilic in Vhlt-ii rtrcat Uritain Is re
cently taking an active Interest? '
Mr. Ovey, who arrived on the Mon
golia and -Is a guest at the Uuiver
slly jCInb ,ha8 had several conferences
with Thomas Harrington, acting I3rit
Irh consul. In the absence of R. S. V.
Forster who 13 on leave.
In the manner of diplomats,; Mr.
Ovcy is non-committal as to his er
rand here. He avera tht h.e is sim
p y taking a vacation, but admi:; that
he brought over tome state papers
which may or may not be Instructions
for the benefit of Great BritainV re
rrKcntatlve in these waters. ; ; -
"I was just congratulating myself
thrt J had evaded the newspaper men,"
paid Mr. Ovey th.i morning, when a
roprescntativft of the : Star-Dirletin
Foucht an Interview with him. atn
over here on a vacation and I'asuire
you there are no complications, foreign
or othenviFe, liack of my visit here."
'Has your visit here anything: to .tlo
with the recent acquisition of Fanning
.Isiand by Creat Hritain, and do you
'iutrnfi to - visit - tho Island?" he was
I ?ve rn ir.lntfon of going to Fau
"s r : i, a I M r O vey, ; "buX )( t do
Jr.' . i-t see the -olcano before I
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; . "It h$s been understood Jtha; ;vqu
wei-e coming over on mission - relat1
ine'to the foreign i;cliev of your gov-
?rnment in this part of the Pacific tnd
that you were ho bearer or. state pa
.ers to t'onsil ITaiTinton."; i
r "I have some papers". .sai4'. Mr.
Ovey, "but they deal only with routine
matters. No, L cannot' ay what they
are, for even matters of routine are
not, mc.de ' public."
It Is undrstoo-d that the reeont ac
tive Interest which Great Britain Is
taking In her possessions' In these
waters, partlculrxlv since the acquisi
tion of Fanning Island will necessi
tate come new diplomatic arrange
ments between the United States enex
Great Britain and It Is supposed that
Mr. Ovey during hia visit wiir;ecure
Information as -he may consider use
ful for the purpose in view. V
KEfit fO RUM AGAIN. ' :t
ON PETITION, HE HOPES
l')' SperljiFl Star-BullfUn Cable .
WASHINGTON, D C, July 6
Con'g'ressm.an William Kent f San
Franciscp announce that he it a can--didate
for reelection by petitions a a
Progressive., x ;
WILSON WILL MAKE :
. HIGH LIVING COST THEME
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IFpoclal Star-Bullotln ' Cable 1 '
SEAGIRT, N. J., July 6. rGovemor
Wilson' will take as the keynote of his
campaign the higher cost of Hying, his
position being that it is caused by the
JOHNSON KEEPS BUSY
tSpockil Star-Bulletin Cablel ...
SACRAMENTO Cal, July oV-rGov-ertior
Hiram Johnson of California to
day issued-a statement declaring that
every legitimate effort would be made
to cast the California electoral vote' for
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? , ( ; -Oil 1 J AGOrr in.--Thdt Wd bromide "a sea o faces" accuratelescrbes. the;i,i?cen..in---the Col fseam'' when- the Republican conventipn was In session 5
;thi t in. It.'wa. A -iJeUlf'fabe a long a s things .'.were1 hhtiiVln'g: jyipciorhly.;-, TeWcMpa began' thV f aeei .Were "hidden' more', .prVless tby vavins" arms, hats "and
m& .'-The-iiWatft'rsrHhb'Outnuraredrthedegatea of the huge amphf
theator.. 'V- .. - . .tTV; cw,y ; . .... : ,; ; . -,.v . ..:.:.-v ,-..' , -
j.mim ; : ". . - . -., " -m1 : -"'"m. rvnr v.", ,r '
Hilles Said to Have Assured
Govethor pVar-Is' to be given :a' re-
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Nnrman Tl Smith - hnro fnnvlrtort nf
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1 ' : .' ", . : . ; -, I opium : smuggling land arrested .re
U'V -V- . cently on the charge of4 violating the
New, Matson Steamer Destines Edmunds - Act, n6ir , faces v'apother
tO Thoroughly AnSWer' the.; . J.charge white slavery ; Thischaf
f. ". . . ...
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acter,' whoaa name ims' been made no-
,tpripus i Id . the slast lyear 'by.hfs com-
- passengers rather- Uian freight VI i pHcityJn the- opium-smuggling traffic
be :favbredwith thecomnletion of a.U'nd. wha at-presents -is suspected of
fine large iin4r,; a contract" for Which continuing the illegal ' work, , was re-
was let oa.-June . 27th by the Matson
( Company,, . z the Neyport
arrested . this afternoon - "by united
States. Marshal Hendry) on r-a warrant
nv RnhArt V. Rrprknn "
For the last fortnight Smith, who
was arrested several weeks ago to
gether with Lily Hookano, a Hawaii
an woman with whom he had been as
sociating' on the. Coast, has been out
eess reappointment by President Taft,
accord ingr'f.o promises made to the Ha
waii 'delegation , that went, tp tljie Chi- Vavigatioa
cago "conventionf ; . r V " ' ! l ,r fNews . Shipbuilding and Drr'v :tcki wprn by. United States District Attor
- Tlie stoi-rr.came back that Secretary l company -oeing. xne Dunaers.'
Hilled secretaVy to the President' bad ' Bejtined to be the largest and finest
f. J ' 'i-v,, , ''T. I appointed liner in the Matson service, f
i.frs.ooaiiy.aurt'u .wianes a, nice oi ; a new" steamship, 500 feet in- length
KauaiV menibr 6f the delegation nd over-an .a' am :0f;5g; feet, moulded
now. national. committeeman that the idpnth nf 2R fi feet. Rn00 indlrnPd hnrap
reappointment "would be ..made during power and- capable of steaming at an
the congressional recess. ' Mr Rice was average speed of sixteen knots, the
asked yesterday as to this storj, and "Matson Navigation Company has on.
while declining, to discuss it. at any tered into a contract with the b
length; did not deny the essential llHr-i Eastern shipbuilders, for a vessel
ticulars. The-eport was not conflden- . which when completed will cost Sl,
tia.l, for other njember of the'delcga- 304,000. . ; f : . : ;
tion alo confirm it, and, furthermore, i Greater Passenger Capacity. ;
the reappointment of Governor Frear ? The new vessel is to possess al;rs-
turns out to have played an important I er cabin passenger capacity than uny";
part in. the maneuvering during which vessel making the port of Honolulu, j
on $1000 bail. He was accused cl
adultery; The , Woman was released
on "a bail bond of similar size, and Is
facing two charges, bigamy and iidult-
ery.',- im sW'-- - " ''
: She recently filed divorce petition In
the local' Circuit 'Court to obtain a le
gal separation from her .native hus
band, believing that by so doing she
might obtain lenience 1 and' possible
discharge by. the Federal Government.
- In the new charge, filed .today,
Breckohs accuses Smith of taking Lily
Hookano. to the California Coast for
immoral , purposes, 1 which, he says,
covers the definition of the. term
hite slavery" as applied in the Fed
eral statute. He has -'. obtained evi
dence, he says, tending to prove . ills
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'EARL HARBOR ESTIMATES
. CALL FOR $2
Special Sale of Safes
fl. t HENDR1CK, Ltd.,
Merchant and' Alake
Hawaii's delegation voted for McGov- ! according to the plans and speciflea-
ern for temporary chairman. : j tions now on e at the othce of Castle
At any rate, theIIawaii delegation. I and Cooke.
or those members who have returned, Large, airy ana fineiy fitted - stat
feel .quite certain that the ! Governor? is i room are proposed wn.cn will easily
slated Tor reelect ron. and that 'Secre- ! accommodate 272 nrst class passen
tarv Hilles ' has madq' the ' absolute ' Kers.' A Steerage,, wmch is divided
statement that he will ho reapiMmtel. ' IntQ 'three; sections, to belter look
The anti-Frcar men express almost auer me ;-interests .or xjiis ciass oi
equal cfidence. thht Taft wili ot m j "'""f
naYne Ffear nKam.v'tyonel S:ni Par- fers "neieaiure or. we. sieerase. :s
ker Ms said to . Iwllev he holds' the , Se ;fact tha Ptovisiotl 3 -made .fcr
personal assurance of Taft that Fxear l"p eegregauon oi . passengers miu
,A rn t iin A, classes for single men single women
V 7 7 v m ; "i ' and families. - : v ' ! .)
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lnciwcniuiiy, ineinuer oi ine Ofcjesra- t
tlon say. "that, the story that Hawaii's
rcprcsentatjtiv may cut from six - to
two is' very. wide. o,f . the miirk, "
"The delegation can not he cut now,
because the convention itself adopted
the apportionment "plan which gyires
Hawaii six delegates." said one of the
local delegation today. "It is quite true,
that Hawaii was in danger of having
its representation cut to two. ' The del-
Cabins Will Be Luxurious. .
Hrass bedsteads to the number; of
24 are to be installed inluxurous
cabins many of these-rooms can be
thrown into ? suites; In those itate
rooms not provided with brass single
beds, large beths are to be installed.
Each room will also contain a con
venient sofa, whiph should the de
mands of travel be unusually heavy,
can be utilized as a bed. "
The fittings for all staterooms are
Just short of two million dollars will
he available for new work at Pearl
Harbor during the fiscal year now on,
if the items for publ ic works, as "rec
ommended hy the Senate; carr' in the
naval appropriation bilL Advices from
Washington state that there Js small
chance pf any of the Pearl Harbor ap
propriation being cut : . ":; y
The largest single item on the list
is $1,050,000. to continue work, on the
drydock, the limit of cost of which is
increased by the bill to J3.4S6.500, .This
sum provides for a 200-foat extension,
bringing the total length to 1000 feet.
Monday next the navy civif engin-
Drydock .limit of cost Is here-.;: "
; by increased to $3,48S,500),':. -r
to ' continue .; ...... ...,. .$1,050,000
egation saved this hy its handling of to be in keeping1 with the usual Vat-
the voting. Now there Is no danger -t soil standard of excellence as incr
for. another four years at least. Ha- porated In the liner Wilhelmina. '
waii is sure of its six votes in the bic ; '
convent ion.'.' j
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! eers will commence the driving of test
pile at the out-shore end of the, dock,
to determine whether the material is
firm enough to bear the. weight of the
structure. An extension on. the harbor
end would interfere less with work now
in progress than an added 200 feet at
the shoreend. Five of these piles will
be driven, - and considerable depends
on the result of the tests.
: Yesterday Admiral Cobles received
the following table of estimates car
ried in the appropriation bill :
NAVAL STATION', PEARL HARBOR.
Waterfront development . .V
Street t paving I .:. . . . ...
Water system V". . . . I". .-. i .
Power distribution, mains and
; conduits . . . .
Metal , and lumber, storehouse
Paint and rigging loft . I . . . .' .
Pattern shop ... . . . . . . . . . . .
Latrines . , ... . . . ,
Railroad equipment . . . . . . .
Floating crane, to complete. .
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At Meeting Yesterday Directors
in Resolution Reaffirm
Position ' ' . '
Adopt Policy of Pcssivb Rcfist
; ance fjo CoL?t Pfcccd
:- lire Flcnncd'" ''vm
"Resolved, That the eclicy of ithi
company, as to paving, i3ta (save th
portion of the street. reutrtd iby ; la
to be pavedby it, csrsfcrml.!9 to th
pavement laid by the city and. county,
and, to do this, to install some of the
forms of black pavement which shall
be equally durable and satisfactory, and
which will' also enable this company
to comply with the Uw requiring it to
keep its tracks and its portion of all
the streets in good repair by making
such repairs both to the street surface
and to its ties and rails.
"Resolved, That the mana3er.be di
rected to communicate this resolution
to the supervisors,'
In the foregoing resolution, passed at
a meeting yesterday aftemom, th'a C
rectors of he' Rapid Trjn.-it 'co':npnny
give their reply' to: the query -cr ,th ?
Board of Supervisors relative tJ piv
leg. ' - '
'.This , resolution' -mrnr . ; :iar. --rr
Ballentyne' saM ,thls if:-" "t: 1
we star. ! r" n A . a 1 v
our . '.. . ; ..'':.. i
the streets ousM to I -,vo r: ..:r.t
jmr.. '.; '. ....
r,"i50,we are ready to pave our'.por
tid"of. any: street -on.' which the super
vlsors. lay . a""r .iv - t, r9VSI. ! . ...
TiTc aIlpvved"'to''.uVe a 1 avlns rr.nterial
that suits : our coriotfuction, that .will
'be as "durable as the pavement the city
lays and the material of which will be
(Continued-en Pa-s CV
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NAVAL MAGAZINE, KUAHUA.
Dock k 2o000.
Primer house ... .
One magazine v. .. . . ... ..
Loaded-shell house ...
Fixed ammunition house
High explosives house . . .",
R. R. tracks and scales. ;.
ELectric power installation
One gunner's quarters ,v
Fresh water system .... .
Machinery and tools
Probation 'Officer f Anderson
Finds Japanese Baby and t.
Big Contract- .'"!
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wish I. had a parasol," -mused
Probation Ofllcer Anderson . yesterday
morning a.1 hattrolled along Kekaullke
street In the glare.of the burning sun.
It was hot, burning hot and as the
mingled aroma of oysters, . ulua and
devil-fish Reached his , nostrils, he
quickened his pace In spite of the
heat ' .
Hardly, had' he rounded the" corner
Into King street than hla attention was
attracted by a livrty wail, followed
again by another and yet another,
coming from a small .bundle on the
sidewalk.' . ' :! . ' ' '
"Yes, I know just how. yon feel,"
said Anderson. "It-is hot i?n't it, and
that odor wouldn't give aconvalscent
tn appetite. But where's your moth
err he continued as . he. dubiously
surveyed the; small buriole oy crepe
which had. resolved Itself into a Jap
anese unin of about two years, now
crying louder than ever, V
The baby continued to cry "nd so
Anderson. pick edlt up and carried It
around for Inspection to the 'seventy
or eighty Japanese .women that were
In .the neighborhood In tua hope mat
one of them might prove to be the
mother of the youthful Niobe '
' ATI of them disclaimed knowledge
or proprietorship of the infxnt go An
derton.decic.ed to do the next best
thine and he did. He nicked, the
chi'd up and walked down the block,
exhibiting it to every woman he met
Rutit was all ot no avail. c No'on
knew the child and nd one expressed
a desire to know anything about it,
so he went on and on.
King street, Hotel 1 street, Aala
street, over,', to 'Palama Settlement,
back to Liiiha street. Befetznia street,
and back to Kekaullke street, walked
the probation offlcer with the chlla',
now fallen Into a peaceful sleep. In
his arms. . ,
It was Ehortly before ten o'clock
when he had first come across the lr.it
infant and at one o'clock, he was still
prosecuting his endless quest for the
parents. Finally,' exhausted, tired out,
and nearly overcome by the heat, he
went over to the police station with 1
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.ivdii r.nr.rr.w .1.', . .
w..li I. I l..w lijlli,-. '
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mark of 62 2-5 c:::r..
The former record was l-
onds held by C. M. DanuH eft:.'
York Athletic 'Club, the w or! '.'.
pion sprint swltnmcr until tV I.
lulu boy entcvVil-the tlvM V.-'-
Duke'a riht to go with t! - C
team was" won in m xr.y I.t! r
the States during th U.ct f " r
DUKE KAHAfiA" Z
AMERICA' SFniriTZ. J
GET riEARLY ALL Fi;'
' ' . Associated Vr C. ".
STOCKHOLM, C.vsi:.-.. :
With a brilliant crc "J :.:
the great stadium,-with V : ' '
queen cf Caj-m to cm l i
revival of the sr;i:r.t Cl.r;'; ;
American athletes t:-: v.:r: .
a great. start in ths cperi": c.' '
traek and field "events.
Pacific Coast ath!e.:i rz.i z '
showing, and there v;r;
youngsters In the Ar,:r!::.i c:
gent who wentinto lnt:rr-t; : . ! i
by their fleetness cf fect.
In ths preliminaries cf t -meter
race America criiJ
first places. Clarence CJ
the fleet half-miter, frcn
Washington, was first in i ' : :
Caldwell, of Mas3ach-::tt -, I
Emilio Lunghi, the- tali - n r
champion and holder cf t.':: .::
record for the 233-yard run,
Soutter of England sprung a c-r;.'
by downing-the redcuttitle
W. Sheppard of New York,
In the.' preliminaries cf th:
meter -dash, America's vict:ry
even more emphatic, Ihe U. Z. z
letss taking seven firsts. Lip-;.-::
the Pennsylvania flyer, treks t ;
cord for the distance, 10 4-3 c:::
by going it in 10 3-5 seccnd.C:
ney, a mere schoolboy from C
Pete Gerhardt,' the veteran Ciy.r ;
Club sprinter of San Francisco, w:
first in their heats. The winners
the semi-finals were Drew cf ?.!a
chusetts, Alvah f.!eyer, of fJew Y:
Lippmcott of Pennsylvania. Ce!
Chicas". Patching of South Afri
anc Craig, the University cf Michi;
speed marvel who has been picked
the likely winner.
TERRIBLE HEAT KILLS
- . MANY 0'i MAIfJLAuD
- fSfH-cial Star-Cullt'tli CatIi
CHICAGO, III, July 6. Fifteen
deaths are reported from the -terrible
heat wave that has struck this city.
fSpcial .ftar-DulIotln CalcJ
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, July 6
heat has killed 'eleven here.
the child, where he. ran Into a
tracted Oriental mother who wa3 ;
ing frantic Inquiries la a nixtar
English and Japanese Tc-rll:
small, hundle of crepe, a;;rc:::::
two years old.