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Chiyo .Maru. July 1C.
Zealandia, July 17.
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Maranta. July. 1G.
Hawaiian Ktar. Vol. XX.. o.
Kvening Bulletin, Kst. 1SS2, No. 52sr,.
MRS. - WEISS
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" Roosevelt Progress! vism will be,
launched in Hawaii.
Cabled permission and instructions
o this eflect, were received today by
local iTogressives. , .
vEx-Goy. George H. Carter and A. L.
C. Atkinson 'several days ago abled
lo mainland leaders i nthe movement
tn find nut what titans wprp nn fnnt
for Hawaii's representation In the, manager of the Sugar Factors Co.,
convention to be held in August. , Ltd,, supplied the Star-Bulletin com-
The Associated Press dispatches niercial-. reporter this morning with
received here were interpreted to the figures of shipments this year to
mean that Hawaii Mas hot to be given June 30. ' ' v . i
representation In the convention. Up to t hat period theshipments of
This nqw proves 'not to be thje case, sugar amounted to 367,000 tons. This
for according to cablegrams 'received amount was made up of 202000 tons
by the leaders in the proposed niove- by way of Tehauntepec, 22,000 tons
ment here, Hawaii is to go ahead and by sail around Cape Horn and 123,000
organize, presumably to send dele- tons Shipped to the Pacific Coast,
pates to the national Progressive con- Shipments for the time In question
vention, . ' are greater by 19,000 tons than Were
A. meeting for preliminary discus- made up -to June 30 .In any former
sion and jKassibly preliminary organi- ear. since the Sugar Factors Com
latibn. will- be held probably next pany has been shipping sugar.
Monday. Plans so far are not definite, May Month' Record,
but within the next few hours there For the month of May the ship
will -be a lot of work done . toward raents were the greatest, with the
launching the movement. . exception of May last year, of any
ISpwilal Ftnr-liiHtln AeroRraml
HILO..T. H., July 11. Two Japan
mSf W 'led our
wly escaped death in a
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' ese were in
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occupied by the Orientals. Four
;-jumped Jn time and escaped.
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NAVY HEARS FUNDS
AVAILABLE FOR JULY
Broad smiles round the n,aa! .
statlpn this morning, owing to
a cable -received by the com
mandant, stating that funds
were available for July t x
penses, and that the threatened
.shortage of coin was averted
for the time being, at any rate.
' Whether the money became
aavilable through the passage of
an urgent necessity bill, or
. whether by joint resolution, as
was the case with army finances
recently, is not known. The
cable' referred to general orders
'issued July 6. which will not
reach -here for several days yet,
and until they .arrive' the '.navy,
will lie 'at sea." In a try' case,
pay and subsistence , are as
S S 4 $ ? g '4t'
If a man oeff rs you a good thing,
you have a right to wonder why he
does not keep it himself.
Give nearly any man a wife who
really loves him, and believes in -him
.and she'll -4;make" him.
As ft tule, the possession of money
means industry, saving and old age.
For every nice old gentleman there
' are two or three nice old ladies.
SRecial Sale of Safes
H. L HENDRICK, Lid.,
Phone 2648 Merchant and .AlaVeal
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SU WO JUNE
1 Factors Cos Shipment J Shi
Nineteen Thousand Tons
CROP 587,951 TONS
Pfjce AbOVC 4.20 CentS Ob
tained for Sugar Already
on the Market !
Allen "M. Nowell. secretary and
one mintii since the beginning. They
amounted to 69,000 tons, as compared
with, the record of 73,000. tons made
in May, 1911. i ' ; ;
It is. expected that the company's,
total shipments for the 'season will
amout. to 488,000 tons, and, ;as the
company" handles ' about 83 per cent
of the Hawaiian ,crop, this season's
output of sugar for the Territory will
be about 578,951 tnos. ! i
Of the 347,000 shipped 291,000 had
reached market 168,000 by the Te-
n'epec rout, 1 to Ue Padfic
'SS.'K -SLt fSi?
route. This left a balance afloat on
J 30 of 56.000 tons.
The amount reaching the market
as abbte obtained a price above 4.20
wnts. The balance of estimated
shipments by the company, being
nearly 29 ier cent of the total, will
3s come In for. lower prices very likely
" to the end. . .- ' ..
There is a steady increase of' pre
S lerential sugars coming to the mar
$ i ket. For instance Porto Rico's sugar
l makes a gain of 20,000 tons, and Japanese boy, which occurred in front
; Cuba's of 50,000 tons this year. . Theiof the Moana Hotel annex yesterday
estiraatea increase or the world's
crop this, year is 67.000 tous.
FIRE AUTO TRUCK
Burning underbrush on Pacific;
neignts uiis morning, gave tne nre dtvi
partment an opportunity to demon
strate the ability of- the new auto
truck to sail up any kind of a hill
around Honolulu without trouble. '
Jire in a rubbish heap in front of
the Wakefield residence
on ! tne'
Heights crept into the undergrowth
with the1 result that a part of Hono
lulu for a time, held the belief that
the Wakefield home was burning.
The fire department was notified
and the, big auto truck glided up to
the summit within ten minutes after
tho alarm , was received, experiencing
no trouble either from the sharp turns j
or its engine.
Japanese laborers who had been call
ed out to fight the flames were mak
ing but poor headway with, a short
length of garden hose when the auto
truck arrived. It appearing that such
a thing' as fire estingnishers are not
Known .on the. Heights although this
district has no fire house in its im
ACTING CHIEF KELLEJT
A ycung man from the upper Xuu
anu district recently reported the
theft of his tuxedo, one business suit.
ii $25 miner's cot, and a clock to the
police. Within twelve hours Acting
Chief Kellett had the thief rounded up
and- obtained a full confession from
him, whether by the water cure, third
degree or suave, engaging manner the
Acting Chief does. not say. But the
fact remains that the young man from
the "wet belt" is rejoicing in the pos
session of his clothes, for had that
business suit not "come back", he
UP PAC FlC by broken glass as to . render the in- j rar , , W , ' v 'T0" jget it, not until , they had promised day in a fortnight
says, the ustermoor for him" while he will miss on account of the in
the suit he wears was being pressed, juries received in the collision.
M rs. W; J . Wiesbarth Takes
Mrs. M ary. Weisbarth, daughter-in-law
of Captain Weisbatrh, the vet
eran 'South Sea trader, and wife of
William P. Weisbarth, a well known
local . mariner, committed suicide at
6:30 this -morning by takirig poison.
A note found tucked away in. a win
dow box of flowers in her bedroom
gave "tired of life" as the reason for
the deed. :; ',
Mrs. Weisbarth, who was 27 years
old, had not been well of late, l and
when she retired last night, com
plained of dizziness and expressed a
desire that death would relieve her
When the family .arose at six
oclock, this morning, Weisbarth went
out on the' front steps to read the
kaper, while his wife went to : the
kitchen tof prepare breakfast. Sh6
had not been in the kitchen long be
fore Weisbarth heard his wife go Ho
the bedroom and close the door be
hind her. v '
Heads' Dying .Scream.- - . ; '
A scream, of. agony caused him to
jomp to; his feet - and rush into tne
ber-room where he found his wife
'on -the . floor : and writhing in
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As the result of .a - collision be
tween an automobile driven by Dr. A.
C ' WTall and a bicycle ridden by a
afternoon shortly ' after five o'clock,
Dr. Wall's automobile headlights were.this, he entered the ranks of married
broken, the boy's bicycle smashed and
the boy himself was lacerated so se -
According to Dr. wall, hetwas utiv
ing from town towards the Moana
Hotel at the time the accident hap-
pened. .The boy was coming towards
t he city on his bicycle and owing to
the number of automobiles in the!
road between the Outrigger Club and;
the Moana Annex neither saw the
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y Becomes uoniusca.
An automobile was standing in the!
middle of the road directly in front
of the Moana Hotel and to the right i
of the automobile in the road stood.
two men whn uwp bnsilv convers-t
ing. Consequently Dr. Wall was
forced.to turn to the t left. As he did
so, ne came witnin a tew ieet 01 tne
boy who. becoming distracted, turned
to the left, then to the right and
uacK to the left again, running direct-,
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n ti x r 1 i n rnme . i ...... i f. . i iivnr aEam in a., lin dik murnn. - i
'mmmmm fund starting- well
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He stretched, out his righf arm,
Lhic,!,.S.entr1u1.gJl 01 ta,f .' '!!!!
ground with the wreckage of his bi-
rvHo tt'hirh had rnmnlpd lito nanpr
against the hood of the. car. .
When Dr. Wall reached his side,!
the youth was sitting in the middle of -
the road and extracting splinters of
class from his hnd and arm. which
was lacerated and bleeding V pTo-
tusely. -. .
Take Victim to Doctor.
Aside from - the broken headlight.
Wall's machine was unhurt, so" he
placed the boy in t he car and d rove
Wavson. where the victim's wounds
This morning, the boy visited Dr.
Wall in his office and the matter was
settled to the satisfaction of both
parties. Dr. Wall, paid the boy the
amount of ; his .. week's ..wages which
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that, he has
long ielt f.;
the ranks of
Harvard HearS NeWS When He
Presents a Candidate
- for Class Baby
Jack Desha of Hilo and Harvard,' to break down, the parental opposi- continue -thfoughout the year At to
mpd as a foothall and haaeball n: il.. n n i flnv' spllincr nrXoo th new dividend
famed as a football and baseball
plaxer. is a benedict. Further than
men-. -two years ago y way or anj
l elopement with the daughter or his,
r - r t i a.
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Friends of Jack uesha in the Ha-
.walian Islands need not feel .'disap-
pointed or grieved at the fact that
the young athlete failed to confide in
them, for it appears that the: mem-
hers of his own class at Harvard,
that of 1912, knew nothing about, it
until "Desha presented little Miss Eve-
lyn Desha as- a candidate for. the
class baby, to which position she. was
at once elected by the class. 4 ;
Married When Sophomore.
It appears that while In the first
term of his Sophomore 'year, youngj
t Desha, who washen the shortstop
ior iue varsnjr icam, .ien uesperaieo
in love with Miss Agnes Reddy of
Medford, Mass., at whose home he
was siaymg. . .euuy recipro-
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Idea of, Substantial Gift for the
Great Swimmer Is
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The first local contribution to the
Duke. Kihanamoku f und came early
this morning, when the Clarion sent
$ 10 in gold to the Star-Bulletin to help j
.along the movemi-ht launched yester-
day for a substantial ;gift for the great
Hawaiian athlete' now' winning honors
in the Swedish Olympic games. ;v
Suggested ; by two sportsmen of
liana,. Maui, whose letter enclosing a
check for J 15 reached the Star-Bulletin
yesterday and was published yes
terday afternoon, the fund has struck
the popular, note. - As soon as its ob
ject is understood, it is freely predicted
byjthe friends ofthe crack swimmer
that-, the. public response will be more
than hearty. '
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uuacu- tuc Tifeu.uo lc.Uo
on the ground that his daughter was
a Catholic and he desired her towed
a man of the same religious affilia-
tions ... .
rrvl ' ilu 'i.:'u!
tion and failing, cut that Gordian knot,
hv. sVlnriin? nut tn Mnshim. N H
, v.-hero an obliging ''..official tied them
with a 'matrimonial knot. " I
Tliey they returned to ask father's'
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ept giose secret.
This was done, but notwithstand
ing the fact of two marriages hav
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ine been nerformedi the affair re-
Imained a secret untif. Desha chose to
give the news, of his marriage to his
classmates at the conclusion of his
last vear at Harvard.
Desha is the. son of
Stephen Desha of Hilo. He won point for 5 shares at 31 on the, board,
fame in the Islands as a football arid Hawaiian Commercial sold up three
baseball - player, and in the latter eighths, 9 shares going at 43 2Z.r Oahu
game excelled to such an extent at gained an eighth in a sale of 14 shares
Harvard that he had no difficulty in at 27.375. .. ' i . .
making a varsity team where he held
down the position of shortstop for
1 Accoruiug 10 inenus 01 uesna nere,
he will not visit Hawaii thi year, but
will remain on the mainland and en-
ler iiarvara Law acnooi.
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It has been suggested that the gift
take the form of a house and lot to be.
presented tor Duke when he gets back
from his sensational string of victories.
The form of the gift will be determined
later by a committee of well-known
citizens who will decide how best to
put the fund to use in order- to show
Hawa,U's appreciation. In a lasting.
ut?iui way. ior xne young swimmers ,
work wherever he has been.
The idea of a house and lot struck
the popular fancy, because it means
something permanent and so
that will be of use to Duke and not :
merely a 'big celebration or a costly !
Plan Indorsed. I
W. T- Rawlins, who first suggested
the sending of Duke to the Olympic
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: . Asaiiclateil Press Cut.l
" STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July; ifv American 1ithleti again iwept the mi.
jority of honors in the Olympic games today, winning enough ' finali to in
crease their already long lead. . 'l
In the pole vault, Babcock, the Columbia University crack, vaulted over
the bar at 3 meters 95 centimeters. y
' In the shotput, total distance covered with puts from both rirt and left
hands to count, Ralph Rose of California was first, with Pat McDonald of
tho Irish-American Athletic Club, New York,, second, and Finland' tMrd.
U. S. SPRINTERS CARRY-OFF 200-METER RACE
In the 200-meter finals, Ralph C. Craig, the Michigan speed marvsl. f,n.
ished first, with Lippincott of the University of Pennrylvania second. App!
garth of England was third.- v , ,
In the 400-meter swim, Australia carried off ..the honors with first and
second places. XX ... ' . ..-"
Nine Americans have qualified for the semifinals of the 110-yard hurd!
race..-;."'.". . ; . ' '. - -: , '
germs all the way from Utah to the
Hawaiian islands, letter from rela:
tlve.s in that State is declared respon;
sible for the renewed outbreak of the
contagious disease at . Laiea, news of
which was received by mail this
morning by Dr. Pratt, president -of
Lthe board of health y ' , .
Dr. Pratt, says-he' is convinced that
the new case at . Laiea, which has
been the scene of several cases of -ill
Onomearadvanced between boards of
the Stock Exchange 1.50 In salei of
100 and .30 shares at 54.75, which is :i
net gain of 1.25 since l ist week, when
the closing price was OS.iQ. Th3 avk
h g price has gone to 53.30. Thl4 jump
due to an Increase oi the dividend
ordered by the dlrectbrs yesterday af-
ternoon, from forty cents to sixty cents
,.8ha unti, further notke rresl.
. . . Kt
& Co., Ltd., said . this morning that
the: Increased dividend would probably
amounts to a yield of more, tnan 13
Per cent, per annum.
.With' the exception of bonds.' the
transactions recorded on today's sheet
me than for any
past. Onomea s to-
than four times as
,i cai lit iiuiiiuri jl nai s,iiis s,ij7
of any other .sugar stock. .
Otaa Climbing. '
uiaa conies nf wun snares.
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ine .DOara .at . .an aavance
ua"er poim. anu 5 .s now aw.
-Pioneer; is unchanged with 1 shares
Ewa shows- an advance, of half a
other Advances. " .'' ;
f oahu Railway
1 of 23 shares in
holds at 140 In sales
reeess and 25 at s?s-
slon p,-neappe advanced a point in
'a sale of 50 shart!s between" boards at
Sales oi. J4000 and J3Q00 Olaa 6s un-
- chanllged at 97.50. and of $6000, and
of suSar stocks at present, which ac-
counts for the ma i mess f blocks
'changing. hands. Every little mite of
fered is eagerly snatched up by brokers-!
with orders to fill.
HilO Railroad Train RUnS DOWn
Japanese Working Crew.
iSpcial Star-Bulletin Aerograml
HILO, T. H., July 11. As a protest
, against and an answer to the criti-
cism that the horses were not "run
on the level" in the big-race meeting
RACE AGAIN TO
I'KiOi; FIVE CENTS
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T7T f T7l
mj m m m S
ness of this character In the last tzvt
months, la caused by germs 'contained
in a ietfer thai was rectiveiV recently
by the family affected, from relatives
inan infected district in Utah.
; - Sixty deaths of scarlet fever la
Utah In the month of May are record
ed in ,the Jitalth report cf that State.
Drfl.." Pratt- says the prevfou.H cases at
at Laiea had bcea 'cleaned .up and du3
precaution against a rcr.owel out-'
break -.liaJ been tal;cn. - ' -
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Special Slar-Bullttln Aerograml
HILO, T. II., July II. Part of tho
Democraticniome, rtu!e fusion ticket
ha3 been agreed' upon by leaders cf
the two parties who have been talk
ing over plans for the Joint party. A
further meeting will be held on July
16 to settle final details. The Demo
crats and Horn, Ru! rs are lining
up a strong, combinatL-n.'
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As an aftermath of the sensational
William M. McQuaid divorce suit that,
occupied the attention of the Circuit
Court about a year ago Judge Whit
ney this morning heard arguments on,
the motion of counsel forMcQuaiJ.
the husband and father, for. a mcJi2
cation of the decree; to give, him the
privilege of. sending . the two minor
children out of the Jurisdiction of the
court. -.;." . ,' ' ; '
He represents that the children's
health requires a change of climate,
and asks that he be given permission
to send them to the Dominican con
vent,; at. San Rafael, NCal. Attorney Bi.
C.;Peters, counsel for the mother,- in
timated he might; 'consent ;to tha
granting of the raQtiotf if. the. children
were examined- by a?physlclan ap
pointed by the court and found la
need of a change of environment and
climate. - .
On. this agreement the court an
nounced that Dr. F. F. Hdemann will
be selected to examine them. Later
he will be placed on the witness stand
and after his testimony is given direct
argument on tho motion will bd
heard. - - '
on July 4, Jonh O'Rourke has; ar
ranged a special meeting for .Satur
day between St. Avon, the star of the
July 4 'races, and Supervision, with,
gentlemen riders up, the jockeys be
ing discarded for the time being
' Perhans vou can't eet lust what you
want by arbitration but it U cheaier
Mcst men are too cowardly? a feT
are not cowardly enough. -
The great fact3 of nature are not so
mysterious to me as some of the un-
natural things men do. .
Outside of a story book never
met a preacher who could wnip any
man In town. " .