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HONOLULU, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1906.
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HAMBURG, July 3. The famous church, of St. Michael was burned here
LAND FOR THE PEASANTS
ST. PETERSBURG, July 3. The G overnment Agrarian bill providing for
tho salo of lands to tho peasantry has been submitted to the lower house.
MANY REBELS KILLED
DURBAN, South Africa, July 3. Tho British forces have killed 350 rebels.
CANADIAN OARSMEN STILL WINNING.
HENLEY, England, July 3. Tho Ca nadlan Argonauts defeated the Thames
Rowing Club today In the second raco for tho challenge cup. It Is now pre
dicted that tho cup Is likely to be won .by the Canadian crew and to leave
England for the first time In the history of tho event.
MANILA, P. I., July 3. A virulent outbreak of cholera has occurred In
THE BOAT CREWS ARE ALL FEE ,LING FIT AND TOMORROW AT
PEARL HARBOR THE CHAMPI ONSHIP OF THE ISLANDS WILL
AGAIN BE DECIDED ELKS WILL MEET THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
AND CONTEST WILL BE CLOSE
Tomorrow moaning tho greHtest
event' of the year in aquatic circles
comes off at Pearl Harbor. The an
nual championship races for the lead
ership In the Hawaiian Islands will bo
pulled off. They are between tho Myr
tle seniors and Healanl seniors, tho
Junior Myrtle and junior Healanl and
one between the Elks and tho Univer
sity Club. The race for tho past II
years has been billed for Pearl Har
bor and has been between only two
teams tho Myrtles and the Healanls
and it will be between those two crews
tomorrow that the raco will Ho.
Althought there had been boat races
before 1S93 It was not until that year
that the affair began to look like an
annual event and for tho championship
of tho Islands. However that year
tho scheduled race did not como off on
account of the cholera that raged hero
at that time. And so it was not until
July 189G that tho first race was really
KAPIOLANI PARK APPROPRIATIONS BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVI
SORS ARE ALL RIGHT SAYS TH E SUPREME COURT WRITS OF
MANDAMUS AGAINST AUDITOR BICKNELL, ISSUED BY JUD"GE
ROBINSON AFFIRMED THIS MO RNING.
Tho- County has a right to nppvo
prlato money for Kaplolanl park, or
nny other Jiubllc park hero. This was
settled in a brief decision of the Su
preme Court this morning In the Ka
plolanl park test cases. The decision
Is one more ruling by the court In favor
of larger county powers. It was ren
dered in the matter of the applications
of the Pacific Oil and Transportation
Company for the Schuman Carriage
Company for 'writs of mandamus
against County Auditor Btcknoll.
Tho opinion of tho court, by Justice
Wilder, is as follows:
"These two cases were argued" to
gether and are appeals from judgments
granting peremptory writs of manda
mus against the county auditor of Oahu
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to compel him to Issue warrants on tho
county treasurer to pay two claims a
galnst the county, which claims havo
been examined, allowed and ordered
to be paid by the Board of Supervisors,
one for a certain amount of oil for a
road in Kaplolanl Park and the other
for repairs to a dr.ay used In that
"Tho question to bo decided is, whe
ther the County of Oahu has power to
appropriate county funds for the main
tenance and upkeep of Kaplolanl park.
"As to tho claim for tho oil, there Is
no question but that that Is a lawful
and valid one. Tho county has ex
press power to maintain 'public streets,
(Continued on Page Five).
GOVERNOR CARTER SAYS LACK
OF RESPECT FOR LAW IS A
'Liquor may be ono of the causos
the uuinei'uus criminal o.fenses,"
said Governor Carter this morning, re
PIT BEING DUG TO AID KELLOGG
WHO IS ON BOARD THE S. S.
Construction work on tho Nuuanu
rtnm has entirely ceased, and no moro
work will be done until Engineer Kel-
WHERE TO VOTE
THE ELECTION PROCLAMATION FINALLY DRAFTED THE NEW7V '
aJUUiMJlAllIUS J1'' ntHVI.VUlB 1 THIS JbUUUTil ASU 1'IFTii. j
DISTRICTS, ISLAND OF OAHU, AND NEW POLLING PLACES TO . , $K,
BE PROCLAIMED BY THE GOVERNOR.
f erring to the multiplicity of 'libinlcliri!lY,0ffE arrives. Kellogg Is on the Ala
(Continued on Page Five).
9 a. m. Train leaves Palama station
for Pearl Harbor and tho boat races for
championship of Islands.
9 a. m Rifle shoot at Kakaako range.
1.45 p. m. Baseball at the baseball
park. Mailo vs. Kams.
3:30 p. m. 'Second game of ball.
Oahu vs. Punahou.
7:30 p. m. Danco at tho Seaside Ho
tel In honor of oarsmen.
7:30 p. m. Patriotic celebration of
tho day at tho Young Hotel roof gar
don under auspices of Sons of the Am
8:15 p. m. Monster show by Diamond
Head Athletic Club at the Opera House.
All day At the Kalmukl Zoo.
All day Cricket at Moanalua.
All day Salvation Army picnic at
All day Dlmond & Co.'s picnic for
their employees at DImond's ranch at
ACM START'S THE
PUT A POLITICAL WAGON ON THE
STREET CALLING HIS FOLLOW
ERS TO A RALLY TONIGHT.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
Tho moro you know about beer, the
better you will llge Rainier Beer.
a lost or burnt treasure. Get
tho best possible insurance for
your valuables a box. In our
Bafo-deposlt vaults. Burglars
can't blow open, nor lire molest
this place of absolute security.
The cost Is only $5 per year.
Are your valuables safo where
The first political wagon for tho com
ing campaign made its rounds today.
It was for tho purpose of calling tho
Republicans together for a big rally to
bo held this evening at tho residence of
W. C. Achl in Palama. He had a rig
about the streets today In which was
a drummer, a cornetlst and other musi
cians. On tho sides of tho carriage
were hugo signs which read: Vote the
straight Republican labor ticket and
como to tho big rally tonight at W. C.
The carrlago attracted considerable
attention and 'Achl was the center of
arr admiring circle of friends who were
congratulating him on being tho first
to undertako active work in tho com
This evening Achl will explain his po
sition to his followers as regards the
questions coming up this fall. It is un
derstood that ho Is out for tho nom
ination for supervisor at large.
WE ARE NOW
Headquarters for fireworks, tor
pedoes, cap pistols, roman candles,
torpedo canes, firecrackers, flags, etc.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA
AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY.
Tho great success of this preparation
In the relief and euro of bowel com
plaints has brought It Into almost uni
versal use. It never falls, and when re
duced with water and sweetened is
pleasant to take. It Is equally valuable
for children and adults, and Is the only
remedy that will euro chronic dlarr
hoea. Every bottlo Is warranted. For
salo iby all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., agonts for Hawaii.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Are you going to celebrate the Glorl
ous Fourth, America's birthday? If
so, remember that wo are headquarters
for Flro Works. AJull and fresh sup
ply Just received. Call arid leo.vo your
In tho islands, "but It is by no means
the only cause. A general failure to
show proper respect for the law in our
community, from top to bottom, is also
a potent cause of crime of all kinds.
I believe that we are pecularly deficient
in this regard, and that In view of
our situation and tho problems we
have to face we should be specially
The governor repeated his oft-expressed
views, along tho lines of General
Grant's famous declaration that tho
way to got rid of a bad law Is to en
force It. Carter has many times ex
pressed himself as favoring strict en
forcement of the laws as they are,
leaving It to tho legislature to change
those which aro not good.
'When you have a community filled
with peoplo who do not respect tho
law," said the governor, "It Is ready
for crimes of serlouB nature. We need
to Inculcate respect for tho law on
every hand. Take tho cases of our
plantation managers, men who have to
assumo very grave responsibilities and
usually do it with great credit. But
there may be one who thinks It all
right to violate the Sunday law and
have men working. Hero perhaps Is
one who thinks that on his lands ho
may allow violations of tho liquor law
because he can control It. And gam
bling laws provide another Illustration.
They are violated without prosecution
under tho theory that you can't enforce
a law against public sentiment.
"The spirit that. comes o this atti
tude towards tho law Is ono that leads
to crime. Undoubtedly liquor plays a
largo part In causing tho many homi
cidal offenses on our criminal calendars
But I believe that tho general lack of
proper respect for the law Itself Is also
(Continued on Page Five).
ERSTWHILE MASTER OF THE MA
LOLO DEPARTS FOR PASTURES
NEW THIS MORNING.
meda, having sent a cable to Superin
tendent Holloway just before the ves
sel sail on Satfrday, stating that ho
was coming. In the meantime x pit
Is being dug through such of tho dam
as has been constructed, to allow Kel
logg to descend and experiment In tho
placo whero a rod was said to have
been shoved deep Into loose soil at tho
very foundation of the dam.
The Governor has not yet decided
whether to appoint other engineers to
co-operato with Kellogg. Ho is some
what at sea on the proposition owing
to the failure or refusal of tho Mer
chants' Association to answer his ques
tion as to whether Kellogg Is regarded
as satisfactory. In reply to Carter's
question on this subject the association
declined to expross itself, but suggested
that two other engineers bo employed
In act with him. Th governor Is still
tvlthout an answer to tho question he
put some tlmo ago, so to whether after
Kellogg Is all through, tho matter wfll
como up again, with statements that
Kellogg's report is not to be relied
It Is expected that Kellogg will dig
pits through tho damming already
done. Ono pit four feet squaro Is being
dug now, in preparation for him. This
is to investigate the charge made by
Patterson that at the foundation of tho
dam It was easy to shove a rod deep
Into soft ground. "It was suggested
that tho matter might be left till Kel
logg comes," said tho governor, "but
I favored digging tile pit at once, by
way of raving time. Of course he can
dig iuch others as he wants.
"Wa do not know . anything about
what Kellogg's report will bo. If It
It against tho work, that will mean
an abandonment of the present plans,
I suppose. He Is to make an entirely
The final draft of the election procla- by South street, extending from tho sea
matlon, showing new precinct bound- to King street. Polling place. Corner
arles on this Island and now polling of South and Kawalahao streets,
places, as they will .be In tho coming Sixth Precinct. All that portion ot
election, Is us follows: Honolulu Cojunty District boundsd and
FOURTH DISTRICT. described as follows:
First P,recinct All that portion of On tho North by Hotel street; on tho
Honolulu County District lying South oast by the Fourth and Fifth Precincts
of King street and the Walalao road, on the south by the waterfront; and on
and .between a lino drawn from tho cor- tno wost y Nuuanu Avenus. Polling
ner of King and Punchbowl streets to I'nco Kapualwa Building,
tho long bridge on Ala Mo.ana (Beach Koventh Precinct. All that portion of
road), and Walalao avenuo on tho ' Honolulu County District bounded and
eastern border of Kalmukl Tract and described as follows:
an extension thereof to tho sea. Poll- On tho North by a- line drawn from
Ing place. Near tho foot ot Punaliou tllu Junction of School and Emma
street. streets to the old llag-polo crest on
Second Precinct All that portion of Punchbowl; on tho cast by the Fourth
Honolulu County District, bounded and I'reclnct; on the South by tho Sixth
described ns follows: Precinct; and on t!u west by Alakca.
On tho north by the Koolau range; ln(l Emma streets. Polling placo
on the cast 'by the land of Maunalua Emma Square.
In tho District ot Koolaupoko; on tho Eighth Precinct. All that portion ot
south by the sea and the First Pre- Honolulu County District bounded and,. -
clnct; and on tho west by Punahou described as follows: .T
street ami n line drawn from tho June- On tho north by School street; on tho t
tlon of Punahou street and Manoa road east the Seventh Precinct; on tho Jfjj
up iuong tno rmgu on tno western uoun- ""uui y me bixui i-reruirt; htiu on - . vvkt
dary of 'Manoa Valley, following said the west by Nuuanu Avenue. Pollingjp.i?
boundary to Mount Konahuanul In tho Place near the Fire station corner- ot
Koolau Rango. Polling place. Corner Beretanla Avenue and Fort streetL
of King and Alexander streets. Ninth Precinct. All thot portlont"
Third Precinct All that portion of Honolulu Coimly District bounded and
Honolulu County District bounded and described ns follows:
described as follows: On tho north by tho Koolau range;
Beginning at the Junction of Sheridan on tho east by tho Second, Third and
street and Ala Moana, and running Fourth Precincts; on tho south by tho
along Sheridan street, Plikol street ex- Seventh and Eighth Precincts; and on
tension, and Plikol street to and along the west by Nuuanu Avenue and Valley
the westerly boundady of tho Lunnlilo Road. Polling place on Nuuanu Avo-
Homo premises to tho south corner of nue, opposite Bates street,
tho land of Kalawahlno; along the Tenth Precinct AH thnt portion ot
eastern boundary, of Kalawahlne to Us Koolaupoko County Dlst.llct lying south
junction with tho western edgo of Ma- east of a lino drawn from Nuunnu Pali
noa Valley; thence along tho western to Mokapu Point. Polling placo school
'boundaries of the Second and First house at Waimanalo.
First Precinct All that porHon ot
Koolauuoko County District lying west
and north of a lino drawn from Nuu
nnu Pall to Mokapu Point. Polling
place Nnkapuahl Residence, Kaalaea.
Second Precinct. The wholo of Koo-
HE WILL BRING WITH HIM THE
PLANS FOR THE NEW JAPAN
ESE CONSULATE BUILDING.
ordqr- mrn: .t
Herb Young left for the coast after
all. But he took a larger vessel than
ho had originally intended. Ho de
parted this morning on the S. S, China
for San Francisco. His doparturo was
quito a surprise In somo quarters but
with people who had cause to be In
terested In his movements, tho "retire
ment" of the energetic young business
man was not unexpected. Young
bought a cabin tlokot and wont aboard
the vessel without reporting to the doc
tor subsequently ho was discovered and
made to report to that official, Young
showed himself about once on tho up
per dock of tho vesiol but he did not
remain long In the gnzo ot the crowd
on the wharf.
Just what Young's futurf Pliws re
oannot be stntad. - nut 'Ju a sucker la
born every mlhuti Taufl.&li jftW' J?K
Consul General Salto of Japan Is
oxpected to return to, Honolulu In tho
near future although nothing definite
Is yet known. It Is almost certain
that he will bo again at his post here
before tho first of August.
Whon the. Consul General returns It
Is thought that ho will bring with him
tho complete plans for tho new con
sulate whlsh .Is to bo orocted hero by
the Japanoeo Government at a cost of
200,000 yen or 1100,000.
CURTIS TOOK FULL CARGO.
The bark Goorge CurtU sailing Sun
day for San Kranclnco, took a cargo
of 2. $41 tons of sugar.
many- ha ought $o find .'things pretty
gftjia wjiero thjs MrtfarfUfl l higher
IVecIncts to the sea. Polling place.
Corner Keeaumoku street and Wilder
Fourth Precinct. JAU that portion of
Honolulu County District bounded and
described ns follows: ,
(Beginning at the east corner of Ala-
pal and King streets and running nlong lauloa County District. Polling placo
Koolauloa Court House.
Third Precinct. The whole of Wala-
Iua County District. Polling placo
Walalua Court House.
Fourth Precinct The wholo of Wnla-
Polllng place Wa-
Alapai streets and a line tho extension
thereof to the old flag-polo crest of
Punchbowl; thence across Punchbowl
crater to the boundary between tho
lands of Auwalollmu and Kewalo;
thenco along said (boundary to the ond nae County District.
of Kowalo; thence along tho north lanne Court House.
'boundary of Kewalo and across tho Fifth Precinct. All that portion or
land of Kalawahlno to tho western Ewa County District comprised in tho
boundary of the Third Precinct to tho lands of Hoaeao and Honoullull. Poll
north corner of Pilkol and King streets; Ing place Ewa Pavilion.
tnence along the north sldo of King Sixth Precinct That remaining por-
street to the point of beginning. Poll- tlon of Ewa County District. Polling
Ing place. Thomas Square place Ewa Court House.
Fifth Precinct. (All that portion of Sovonth Precinct. All that portion
Honolulu County District bounded and of Honolulu County District bounded
described as follows: by the Sixth Precinct; the Koolau rango
On the north by the Fourth Precinct; the west boundary of Kallhl to King
on tho east by tho Third Precinct; on (Continued on Pago Eight). '
tho south by the sea, and on tho west
A SNACK AT FIVE.
Five p. m. Is the proper time for a
lil to and a' glass of beer. Go to the
Criterion and enjoy yourself. Ton
cents for the meal and tho malt.
MORE NEW GOODS.
Dainty fnncles and novelties for la
dles wear Just opened und now ready
for your Inspection. Belts, veilings,
laces and embroideries nro well worth
CALIFORNIAN SAILED TODAY".
Tho S. S. Callfornlan sailed this morn
ing at 5:15 o'clock from San Francisco
for Honolulu, direct. She will probably
George D. Gear has opened law of
fices In the rooms formerly occupied by
Justice Hatch on Kaa' umanu street.
Telephone Main 214.
THE SECRET OUT.
Small profits and quick sales Is the
reason I can sell Japanese provisions
and general merchandise at lower pri
ces than any houso In town. K. Yama
moto, wholesale merchant, Hotel St.,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
A Cronm of Tartar Powdor. -t
free from alum or phos
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White Canvas Christy tlo turn sole
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White Canvas Paris Tlo Pump turn
Largo Ribbon lacos In all. Remem
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