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Evening Bulletin, Est 1882. No. , 5305.
J latvalian Star. Vol. XX No. C346 r
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John D. arid Adolph Order Lo
- cal Attorneys to Carry on
; ; Battle Here :
U ' Realty; inyolTing more than $500,
000, which had apparently been clos
,ed for the .disposal, of all the Spreck-
tls holdings in, Honolulu through7 the
, XtfV . 11 m
uttinuumo iruti vo., 11 appears win
be. tied tip in litigation for a thne at
least through the '.fight .still.; being
, vaged by the four Spreckels brothers
lor a portion of their father's estate,
part or which Js located here, c -
'. -.The local law firm of Kinney, Pros-
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v ; v: ser, "Anderson '& Marx this morning
recelred a significant cable from Mor-
rison. Dunne & Brobeck of San Fran
- Cisco, attorneys representing John D;
"7.; and Adolph Spreckels in their fight
against Rudolph and Qus. Spreckels.
' The cable reads : f?
; r Take alt action necessary to as
- sert : the rights of John and Adolph
jr Spreckels un3er the laws of Hawaii,"
V i According to AttorneyProsser this
.'"vi means that closing up of the various
. Y deals .iinder,. the, option .acquired' by
, ' Robert Shingle, will be halted for a
time at least, "possibly by an . injunc-
. : iron,- axinougo air; rrosser saia . ne
; did not "know what action would; be
v. ."j.f -Horrtestetd Excluded.
:H ' The property involved , Includes all
r -.or tnat covered by- the Shingle t op;
"J .'. tion, . jsave' the ; Spreckels homestead
and lots which, were recently sold to
:. Harry F. Lewis, for a sum', in the
; .! neighborhood of $100,000. The'other
g tracts ' xamed under 'the $500,000 op-
-t ; lion and the sale of which will be
twi.: ;rr.-.-v ' iLeniM t "Her
s chant trA Bishop stteets , and all
pther h,oldir.3.cr like .character
Eacl: cf the move made-here is be-
relieved to He- a plan whereby through
. s the AEprcckefs holdings in the Terri
; , tory cf Hawaii,' the entire, fight for
ry the millions involved can be I trans-
k oh 'erred ' 16 .the V. S. Supreme .Court." ; ,.
v-wonn v. ana Aaoipa sprecseis were
recently beatenr in the long drawn out
litigation on the mainland when the
Supreme Court of California ruled in
favor of Rudolph and GuS In , almost
every particular and ordered the prop
erty distributed in accordance with
the contentions of the. victors.. ' :
To Continue Battle. : " '
Although . 1 the defeated Spreckels
were apparently out of the running, It
was not believed that they would glvrfUon for "July, admits of his paying
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Circt rxf Vinrf T Da . Incfollorl
by U. S. and Work Is c
" . i : ' Under Way - "
A; disappearing searchlight, some-,
f ining that is brand new in the united.
. SUtes Army, where Jiigh power lights
; have, been developed to' their; seem-j
leg' capacity in : connection Ji with 1
: coast defense, Is t being installed at
Fort ' Jluger. .While foreign, armiesharge pit on the hillside back of the
liaveJ experimented with these dlsap-
; peartng lights, this Is the first time
tt at pur government has taken them;
up as a serious y proposition, andjous contrivance the light itself is
: again l Oahu comes to the- front : as reared from Its concealment when
the proving ground for .; the whole ' needed, and can at once be replaced
array.- ;- -j . ? 1 ; when in danger. oUbeing "hit, or when
T H E ; M U L TA G RAPH
A Machin of ' Economy
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E. H ENDRICK, LTD.
Ccrrtr Merchant and Alakea
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H(n Is Pat On
Temporary Roll Of
cf o o o o o o o oi olo b o o
O, ., Hawaii Progressives have won O
O another round ; of their fight to O
O to get representation In the con-1 0
O ventlon at Chicago Monday. This O
O morning George R. Carter, chair- O
O man of the. Progressives Provi- O
O sional committee,; received the0
O following cablegram from A I.' C. O
OyAtkizuon,: who was sent to Chi- O
O cago. ' ( .. ' - O
O CHICAGO, Iir.'. Aug. 3. Hawaii, O
O Alaska and the District of Cotam- O
O bia Have been put on the tempor-'O
O ary , roll-call of the convention,: O
O but their powef to vbte has been O
O .referred to the convention ; rules O
O committee, . ' O
Or , v ATKINSON. o
O ? The convention ; rule,3 commit- O
O tee of course will not be formed O
0 until after the convention is tern- O
O porerfly organized. ? . x ; ;--.0
O O O OOOO OOP ooooo
The. -enlisted men - of the iarmy wlll
be given the preference over thie'P
fleers In' the navment . of funds now
on -h and. This wa announced at' de
partment headquarters this 1 morning,
the plan meeting with the approval of
General Macomb. . :y-..r !
J Captain Cooke; the army paymas-
ier," nas instructed xne various organ-
iratlons to prepare their pay rolls for
both June.and July. He will, pay the
foldiers - for July; and' note. on the
i oils, . "not - paid for June," so that
there will be no question of. the men
getting their -back pay; when more
. a mm am4 m " k m
tunas are avaiianie. rnis came mes
sage received ,by Captain Cooke yes
terday. Indicated ? that more money
would be . placed to his credit before
iotag, and the extension of time until
August 15, of the temporary appropri-
:on men wno are. to oe aiscuargea oe-
tween, July 31 and August 15.
has been found that a. search
light,- installed In the ordinary , man
ner, is an .easy gunnery mark in day
light, .and a very difficult mark . at
night, - when ; its blinding rays are
traversing' the horizon. ; This led to
the construction of:a light .that could
ie effectually concealed when not in
use. and. it Is believed, that the new
light at Diamond Head fulfills this
Men are now engaged excavating a
Diamond Head lighthouse keepers
cottage, and in this the necessary ma
chinery will be sunk. By an ingen
mere uu tunuci uwu iu us wu
in locating hostile vessels.
iows His ;
Boy with Rope and Collar Calls
on Sheriff and Departs
with His Pet
"WANTED For Forgery. Arrest
Edward McConnell " a shadow fell
across the page and Sheriff Jarrett
looked tup Just as a diminutive boy,
carrying a rope and a dog-collar, en
tered the office.
'My name in David Hoke," announc
ed the figure, "I am nine years old
!and I'd like to get Brownie back, tf'
I you please. He's my dog atd I've had
i him since he was a puppy and the po-
Uceman took him"
. "How . old Is Brownie ?T asked the
JULY PAY FOR
Parents of Slain Chinese Baby
Formally7 Accused of
BELIEVED WOMAN -
Husband Trying to Shield His
mm - m, mm. ..
wire, ineory otrros
Chun Wong Chee, the wife of Chun
Klni Sut, was arrested and, -formally
charged, with the murder of - her in
fant daughter, Kwal Sin; this morn
ing, while Chun Kim ; Sut was ar
rested for the same offense on a sec
ond 'degree-' murder charge."- ' '
. Both warrants were sworn out try
Deputy Sheriff Rose at 10 o'clock this
morning as the result of evidence ob
tained and testimony given at the
coroner's inquest which has been in
session for ' the past two nights. An
hour later the mother was in custody.
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'ine iainer was arresiea on suspicion
three days" ago, after tne child had
died under mysterious circumstances
at the Kauikeolani : Children's Hospi
tal ; :r.. :S:.:::S:"f1x
,. 'Alter; the coroner's t Jury -had been
in session: Thursday and Friday; nights
a verdict was brought in, although the
perpetrator : of .the crime was ' not des
ignated in the Jury report. This was
followed!." this morning : by warrants
charging murder.-s :::
Defense Confident,: ; r '"iF'--!&5'i:-
X According to Attorney Charles, . F.
ChilHnfirworth: who as . conductlns: the
lurmi: - vvrmttrnttrtw-' tiAa,?-7i,"t.
dence against the f atheri who Is . a
well-known among Honolulu business
men as a contractor, -and ; is reputed
to be -worth $40,000;
; The ? prosecution, - which . . is being
handled by Deputy Attorney Fred W.
Milverton, claims that the -evidence
against: the pair. Is of a damaging na
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"You can depend upon it that our
precinct Is with the- business' men's
ticket," said one of the Hawaiian -
American .precinct officers of Kakaako
this morning, referring to the story in
the morning paper of Supervisor Kro
ger having formed a combination with
Charlie Costa to carry , the Kakaako
precinct for himself
"Kruger's influence will extend only
to about twenty men who are employed
In the garbage department of the city.
r think that Charlie Costa will find
himself playing for a fall, and although
he may be playing in with both sides.
we boys understand that the - business
merf are not with Murray and Kruger
this year. Don't worry. Kruger can
not carry our precinct. It will stay
with the, business men and the regular
Republican forces. We. have no sym
pathy with the scheme of Kuhio run
ning as a third party man. Of course,
if it should come to a. fight each man
may follow his own opinions in the
final election, but you can bank on it
that in the conventions and primary
contests our precinct will be with the
business men. Our precinct will stay
with Charlie Bartlett as against Kru
ger and Murray."
for His Age,
sheriff as he rose from his chair and
started downstairs with the boy in
"He's not six months old yet," an
swered the boy as they entered the en
closure where all unlicensed dogs over
a year old are stowed as soon as they
At this point the conversation was
interrupted by an ungainly mongrel
part Newfoundland who nearly
knocked the pair over through his af
"Why that brute must be two years
old," said the sheriff but the boy an
swered calmly, "O no, He's very large
fox his age'you see." And a moment
leter David and Brownie were racing
- ewa on Merchant i street :
SAYS IHO IS
OP HLVjVAII, SATURDAY,
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.ILJ -IS '
Delegate Arrives from Hawaii,
Endin jj Several Vague .
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FIGHT OfJ FREAR MAY;
. . : BE; ELIMINATED
said cupia willing to Kp th&
Contrdyersy Out of fall
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, PoUtical ,'cfrcIei' Vere - stirred this ied ll) ihe .wlWouaj work that is
, '- , being carried on at the big army post,
morning by -a -report, which come to. and expressed her intention of attend
t he Star-Bulletin i from' an Unimpeach- ing the. dedication ? ceremonies, when
able source thai Delegate kuhio will the vases are placed on the altar for
notrun on :pcnidtiiUdb- if i-SKSSi "Tfc?" Wl" tW
theSRepublicnpa:; ,3 the in8CrIpon that will
him In a fight against Governor Frear, appear oh each vessel:' ? L "
and furtheri thU tbe delegate is will-; y Presented to' the r'r,
ing to eUmlnitf rcontroveniy from r 1
the , territorial rcamp.aign and' the ter-' :v: B - "v; X'
ritorlai. platform;, V' : rf '
. 'The delegate reached Honolulu this.
morning by -the Mauna- Kea, coming ?
froin'HawalCwhere he went to attend , TFDPT ft "HI Fnfll ?TI: '
ihejSmart-Parkerweddin last week.il l h f .U r ' ! 1 1!
Heiwe-ntAt4 Ms home - at Waiklki I Ll llll I u 1 1 T 1j L JJ
Bulletin was rtihable to. reach him up:
to this'; af ternooii - for confirmation or
denial of theTreport. .:--:'-';' -r '
t U ls sald hat ; the delegate was
uuoiciicscuiu ; i au iuii view uur
porting' to come ; from' him the
Inv ti 5 loft f Hwll Ha I
cow Ss sayifs" tbat hevwiH istay ;inl
tA T?ATiiMfr'- 'rSotv 'Drill - ttrtf In
J!lst-nm2MfIrht 'Oftt th noVt
crnor Into'tSe fair campaigns . .-i.-.:;-:t
? This renort Was- heard" today: br
the business nieh'a committek which
Is canvassing the political situation."
The committee i hel : a long . session
this momine. but Ita wori Is not con-
nludM). Ahd anothflriiMsIon -win; h
held next Tuesday; V.-'v - s: - -
While 'none of Uhe " committee- will
forecast nrhaf Influence ? the "delegate's;:01 ai7"veSLJr",Sn. ? fs
atUtudcif if is now correctly Inter -
nraA Atit hM An i. . MnArf
eraJseem' to think such an: atU&de
would vclar up the sltuaUon 'The
cossibilityjof an endorsement of Ku
hlo was mentioned byVa "m&mi
representative to members of ; the
committee; but without eliciting any
definite; statement as to whether an
endorsement is or is-not probable.
The committee is considering scores
of men for office.- II; was . stated; with
out reservation today that , the, com
mittee -is not "framing a ticket", and
that it wishes to report upon as many
good men as possible in order to give
thew voters; plenty of choice between
worthy candidates. X r:'
One ..of the vague reports-concern
ing Cupid'sr activities was . disproved
ihis morning with' the. arrival of the
Mauna Kea, Stories have been afloat
that Kuhld wouldn't make a; month's
campaign now on Hawaii ' and . Maul
and that on Hawaii he. has been mak-
ng many speeches. This is disproved.
and it is stated that he did not: attend
he Kailuai- nieeting. 1 a week ago at
which he was reported. to be a guest.
Say Won't Spend Money This
Fall Unless an Anti-Liquor
, The liquor interests of Hawaii do
not expect to take any part in the
coming territorial campaign unless
there is a movement on foot to change
the present laws.
In other words, the liquor med wsnt
the laws left alone, and if they have
assurances that the next legislature
will make no attempt to amend the
statutes relating to liquor, the saloon
men, as such, will not be active in
The above is the statement of the
liquor interests attitude made to the
Star-Bulletin by one of the men who
is on the inside of things "insiders'
in the liquor' business of the territory
and one who is active in politics as
well. He declares that the importers,
wholesalers and retailers, while they
may be individually busy in politics as
citizens, will not spend money in the
campaign unless they see an effort to
start legislation hostile to their in
"If any money is spent, the liquor
men will not start it," washe state
ment of this man. MWe are satisfied
with te . present laws, and see the
wisdom of working on the present ba
LIQUOR ffl VM PlitSEPJT .
LAVS LH WE; M lit HKIT
AUGUST 3, 1912.24 PAGES,
. Memories of Hawaii's past, before the
coming -of the soldier, have been link
ed firmly with the present by gra
cious act : of ,Her Majesty Queen LiU
uokalani, who his presented to the post
chapei at Schofleld Barrack sv pair
of massive brass- altar ; Vases. : This
morning the former queen,' signlfled her
deshre to make the, gift, and signed her
own name to the copy of the Inscrip
tion that Is to be engraved on the
vases."'; ; ;; -.j 'i
This morning . Major; Jruden, chap
lain of the 4 Second t Infantry. 1 - whose
, realous work ' resulted ; In 'the ' building
ofthe chapel Ies: than ta year ago;
dered some time ago,- and are now here'
-and ready; for the engraver; : Her Ma
jesty expressed herself ; as greatly, in-
Her Majesty lIuokalani bt Hawaii,
view . pur- ; w r: : a . ; .- W i 'i
the mor rQ rMFP!
is quoted feiltUil- J ". 1 V
I l stay . : int - VU 1 1 Li til-- h i
P. ULi 1 1 lull ,A2 U i iUlli
c' :" K: ;v.: .
; vwing tome ract tnat tne Terruoriat
. guvewimenr nas.v presumaoiy. uirougn
i inadvertence; sold Abortion . of ,k the"
"ua Bewer system, me county ana ine
yi"-ai una .uiemBeiyes -uy
w8' jr unmue wmnuon. jusi m
e present, says , the . Hllo , Tribune. Fur-
t H11" a' mucn ;perpiexea Japanese
tenant; nnas nimseir un 'possession
? ""t :1? , tt
.r s irying. xp get ria or. ,
1! eLi ":Kn!? . .!
t which ran a section of the BmithVille
sewer system, which Is. about: the most
overworked sewer in Hilo.;: j -h
' Sight was apparently . lost of the fact
that ' the sewer was under 'v the; alley,
which went into Hata's possession with
the rest.of the lot But thesewer was
left in place until the other day, when
Hata j had 'deep excavations v made, in
order to make room: for the cellar, for
the big concrete building, which he .In
tends erecting ' on the. lotV Then the
excavators ran into the sewer, It runs"
right- where the "cellar is to be.. Hata
doesn't want a sewer; In his cellar, so
he told various officials to take It away.
If they did not j take it away, it'seems,
he may haye a right to do so,. as it is,
presumably, his sewer,; it ; haying pass
ed into his possession with the rest of
the lot, . . ;. :- . 'v'V'
sis and not stirring up
question. k ,'
"Under the present laws, the license
commission Is; given verbroad; pow
ers. As a matter of fact, no more
legal safeguards are needed. The com
mission can stop adulterated liquors
from being, brought here,, from-being
sold here, or, can take away the: lic
ense of any . saloonman .who;, does not
conduct! his place reputably; ' -
v "Unless there Is a definite move
ment change the1iws,;the liquor
men will noC as a class,-do anything
at all in politics this year." "
SENATOR WATSON FOR
HAWAII ON COMMITTEE
o o o o o o o o o bob o o o
O ' u-.- O
O WASHINGTON, D. Aug. 3. O
O --Senator Watson of West Vfrgi- O
O nla, member of the corrfmlttee on O
O Pacific Islands and Porto ' RIcof O
O has been appointed a member of O
O the Democratic , congressional O
O campaign committee, ; represent- O
O ing Hawaii. , O
O The ' McCrosson or Kau . ditch O
O bill,, and trie Conness street rail- O
O way bill are now lawtw - f ' O
O C. S. ALBERT. O
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O OO OOO O OO O OOOOO
J. v. SOS ; . Wjl 3COS ' 'r p':
Roosevelt ' Demonstration . Forecasts Rc
'; v. . : k ; , i-.-Associated
v CHIC ACQ, liK, Aujast 3.--Cov.
d the Progressive, convention of the
reviewed the Issues and dwelt upon
Chicago: convention.' : ,;K..
.-.A display of a Roosevelt banner1
f ZlSlaJ Cable, to tar-ru:!rtin '
' EL PASO, Tex August. Si fhel'mc'st t:-;:t!:r.:l c
lean' revolution. occurred today when -rt-sla s-.J Ar:r;;
lets than fifty shots. The rebels have fceccrr.a r-:r2 t - ' ,
lately and armed Americans have been pitrcIHr? i r :,
by the Mexicans. Three houses wre. ttrvck l ' L
but no one Is reported hurt. Capt Derryr U. , .
eurrence. The Americans were. fired
CHICAGO, 1IU August 2. Tha
r-eaerai court nere on an a; res a t:.. .: - : c. .
unt!$rl the Cherman Tanti-trust li.v. T.' : c- : ,
Arnsrlcan; Trcrs Atsc:lit!:n :;:!r:t th,
la tha c?nli.VJ:n that tt.s tzrr.tr.z::n cf t:.; '
would inHuenes the thought cf sixty i 'W'.zn rr. : r
served, py- tts vith-
HMUfi' Associated Trcrj Cit!?J
WASHINGTON; D. 0,"Au g. X-Th Hsusa c:
the charges of incompet;.icy anJ corru-.;;.i trc.
Cornelius H. Hanford of th wt:'.:rn 'c'lilrict cf
mended that .1 m pea chme n t pro c . 1 1 1 n ; 1 3 d r c - -:
vestigation, Judge Hanford re$f-nsd, giving i! J
Presidtnt Taft will accept the a;:i j jrfit's rci -r,
. y ) ;' ,. , ; ; . :, . f Associated
WASHINGTON. 0 CV August. 3.
today voted to accept a.conference report on ths w;;l tari.7 r;.
and the'blll now goes to the President for sl-r.at-rs.
: SAY PRESIDENT WILL VETO TAH!""
I Special Catte
WASHINGTON, D; Aug..3. Cuppcrters of Presli:-.t Tift
at say he will veto allthe ..tariff, tills -that e:m$.t him t:.is t:
JltsAtf LAfiGFOnl 0 UTF,G i t'JTC OLD H IV AL, I ,' ?
j 8YDNEY, N. 8. W, Aug. X Cam Ungford th An:ri:r-i
heaVyweightt today outpointad Sam McVey in a Hard -. J
Mrs: William GJirwin Gives
SI 00 Committee Look-1
v r ing for a Lot
One hundred dollars more was add
ed to the Duke Kahanamoku fund last
night by Individual contribution when
Mrs. William O. Irwin gave this
amount to A., A. Wilder of the fund
committee. '. ' --; ,;; "w '
. This Is' the" second1 hundred-dollar
gift" from; an individual, Mark Robin
son having pledged one hundred dol
lars to W. T. Rawlins, chairman of
the committee. " ? ; ' ;-; : ' :
. Employes of the Honolulu postofSce
have turned In to the Star-Bulletin
30,'together with the following letter,
showing that the pbstoffice men are
enll8tedln the clean-sport clause: .
Honolulu Postofflce, Hawaii, " i
. : ; , .- - August 2nd, 1912.1
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Sir:
' Being staunch supporters of " clean
sport, we the employees of the Ilono-
lulu Postofflce Hawaii, hand you; here-.
with the amount of ' $30.00, for Duke
Kahanamoku, Fund. ; '-: V V - " ;?v
: ; - Very respectfully, - Tv" i I
EMPLOYEES, HONOLULU POST-
" OFFICE. V -
r.F..W..Macfarlane today donated 1 10
to the cause. ; ' -'. : -i-" , ' ( .' -' A
Arthur Waal. nostmaster at Lahai
na, sends in $7.50, with the following
letter: -';. :. v'"' v'-;. ' . -:..
Lahaina, Maul, July 30th, -1912. . "
Honolulu Star-Buetin Publishing Co.,
Honolulu, Hawaii. ' ; '
O J ' mJ rmm M -7 ' mi m, .
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rcicn five c:::r.
Press Cable .
Johnson cf C2l!f:rr!:
Ctatt cf Ullr.:!;, in
the "tlsir cf ths T;
ttartsi a d:r!:r:tr-t
cn, W h :
Trr i ;
Press CaMe - - "
Dy a vets cf 1 : 3 1 0
t Gentlemen; Attach - I :'
money order for 1 7.o fr
Kahanamoku Fund ccl'cctc 1
: The list of the donors 13 r; ;
Mr. J. M. Vivas, Wiluku, M - i.
Mr. W. S. Cnlllingworth, ' Wai: uk j ,
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Miss Ruth tnd Sadie White!: .!.
i- Wailuku, Maul :
Mi3 Augusta Waal
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Kindly acknowledge receiyt cf :
Yours very respectiTely, -
! The cash collected" bjr; the Star-I
letln now stands: . - ' "
Previously acknowledged.'. . . . i .
F. W. Macfarlane.'. . ....... .V. 1
Employes '.Honolulu IV . ; C
Labaina donations 'ii iY. V.
5 Together with the II 00 by
win' and the- 100 by Mark Hot;:
there' Ls now in the hands of t.?
Bulletin and pledged im.tH.
Besides" this, the Advertiser !
1 tuu'iuciauie aunt, .. - ,
I einnln to come In fast now. 1":
mittee la looking for a-suitable
the beach, and within a few 1
announce definitely what it
mind, "i Just-. what the:s!z cJ
is to be, and th crra::
giving It" to Duke when
champion swimmer arriv
holm.' ' '