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NEW YOHK. May 20. RooioveU
twonty-two, President Tnft ono, Wilson
twenty-four. That l tho way tho early
returns on the New Jorsoy election
hold throughout tho State yesterday
appeared last night, lloosovolt Is
practically sure or twenty-two of tho
State's twenty-eight delegates to tho
President Taft, who finished ills cam
paign at Glatsboro, New Jersey, had
nothing to say when tho early return.'
came in indicating tho victory of Mr.
Mr. Koosevelt, who spent the day
with his family at Oyster Bay, was
equally .silent. His only comment was
upon the weether which had been re
ported as "perfect." Ho smiled and
said that it was "good for voting."
HOUSTON', Texas, May 20. The
solid Democratic delegation of forty
from this State were yesterday In
structed to vote for Woodrow Wilson
at tho national convention in Balti
more. Tho Bourbon convention was
FORT WORTH, Texas, May 29.
There was war to the knife when tho
Texas Republican,1? met in convention
here yesterday. It resulted in a divided
convention. The Roosevelt men split
off and hold a convention by them
selves and the Taft men did likewise.
The matter will bo decided by the
Republican national committee.
AVASHINGTON. May 29. After
fierce debate tho Democratic house yes
terday refused to appropriate money
for the building of two additional bat
tleships ,p.s called for In tho naval pro
gram adopted. Th0 vote, which was a
strict party one, was 140 to 10G. The
naval bill was passed. It carries appro
priation of one hundred and nineteen
HAVANA, Cuba. May 29. The in
snrrectos have slipped through the
net which tho federal troops were pro
paring to throw around them and,
avoiding decisive battle, have adopted
Tabian tactics, preferring hold guer
rilla' warfare to actual battles. They
aro burning property at several ha
cieudas. NEW YORK, May 29. John D.
Rockefeller in tho Standard Oil case
trial yesterday denied that he com
pany has .successfully evaded the
court's command to dissolve, but re
fused to anwer tho questions put to
him direct other than in hl.s own way.
He declared that he never read the
decision of the Supreme Court putting
the Standard Oil out of business.
SAN DIEGO, California, May 29.
A movement has been started here to
force Governor Johnson to call a .spe
cial session of the legislature and pass
a .sedition statute, aimed at tho I. W.
WASHINGTON, May 29. Attorney
General WickerBham has made a state
ment in which he says:
"I have been at work upon reports
for some time, but recent cdivonce
makes mo certain that certain high
officials of tho Southern Pacific Rail
road Company aro responsible for tho
details of a remarkah' plot to defraud
the government In obtaining oil' lands
in the AVest, valued at fifteen million
"This new testimony shows the most
remarkable picture of a criminal con
spiracy I have ever come across. Tho
plan was to obtain from tho United
States, under an agricultural grant, im
mense tracts of land under which val
uable deposits of petroleum are known
to exl.st. The matter will be forced
through nt once."
(Continued from Page Nine.)
carefully wrote down Edwards's state'
ment of the latitude and longltudo of
tho plnco of shipwreck together with
a map of tho burled treasure. Aftor
remaining In tho country till iO10 he
joined the service or tho Argentines,
first In one ship nndor Corney and
lastly under tho famous Bouchard. He
spoke so highly of tho latter that I
woe convinced that It Nelson ever had
a superior his name was Bouchard.
I promised due. secrecy as a mattor
of course and studied tho diagram of
the location, but alas! poor Connor
went to his futures home, without tho
treasure. Let ub hope that a kindly
Provldenco would not permit him to ho
burdened with riches which wo are in
formed tho possessor of cannot onler
Into tho kingdom of heaven.
I was deeply grieved at Connor's
death. On hearing of his Illness, T
wont to his house not far from Jib
boom street, from whence I sent him
to the hospital at Bolle-a-VIsta whero
ho died after a short Illness. Tho
doctor who at my request attended
him, told me ho died of old ago accel
eratea by pneumonia. "
He was a Chllono (Chilian), born in
Dcrry, Ireland, a country from which
jB Reveals the true orchard ripeness, ,B
mmJP Ask your grocer to send you a Bj
tho most prominent Chilenos come.
In the year 18S9, I arrived In Hono
lulu after an unpleasant picnic of four,
months duration on Midway Island.
Shortly after my arrival I had the
good fortune to make the acquaint
ance of the late Hon. J. I. Dowsett,
with whom I had many a long con
versation about Hawaii, both ancient
and modern, principally the former.
I do not think that there are many
who possessed such a fund of knowl
edge of old Hawaii, or who could' tell
ohout It, in such a perspicuous and
Kamehameha's financial transaction
with the crew of tho Santa Rosa was
particularly amusing (full particulars
of this pirate vessel are to he found
in a neat volume published by Thrum
& Co. entitled "Early Northern Paci
fic Voyagers" by Peter Corney).
It seems by a fortunate coincidence
the king had a cargo of rum just ar
rived which ho carefully bottled off.
On tho arrival of the pirate ship rum
being evidently in' demand, his price
was ono coin nor bottle. As soon as
all their silver coin was expended,
they produced Ave peso gold pieces
and clearly explained that tho gold
piece was worth five times as much
as one silver piece, and therefore de
manded fivo bottles of rum. This (he
king would not assent to; one coin
one bottle, he said. They therefore
thought that they would submit but
cut the gold piece In five. Thla the'
king would not accept, he replied that
ho could not cut his bottle in five, so
as there was no alternative, they had
to give way. Soon there was noth
ing but doubloons still one coin ono
bni tie then came tho bar silver.
During a visit to Victoria, B. C, I
picked up an old London Magazine
which contained the account- of Clio
visit to Hawaii of the Santa Rosa,
and later the- Argentina. I was so
much interested in the account that
at my request Mr. Thrum published
tho said volume; It called to mind
Mr. Dowsott's amusing tale of ono
coin one bottle of rum, and also old
man Connor and his treasuro secret,
and I still wonder whether It would
bo considered insanity to go and see
if tho treasure Is there.
Tho Esperanza was wrecked evi
dently on tho Scarborough ' shoals
now identified as Palmyra Island. Sea
Pindlay's North Pacific Pilot. Pal
mvra has been often visited and even
people have resided there for various
periods of time, but no one lmagihoil
tnat a vast amount or woaitu was
buried there, Connor's account of the
place exactly tallies with the latest
survey of the. Island; tho timo occu
pied In getting there, this direct
track to Macao." all seem to give a
certain' amount of credenco to his nv
mantle tale. Even ha It been known
It would have been useless to search
without a key to the place of cacliO'
Palmyra and its outlaying shoals, ro
sombles tho pearl fishing grounds
on tho north coast of Australia,
Thursday Island being the Entrepot
for the pearl fishing fleet, which is
practically or was In the hands of
Japanese. Thero are a few cocoanut
trees, but as for fish a deckload of tho
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Thursday May 30, 1912, having been
set apart and established by law as a
Territorial holiday, all Territorial of
fices will be closed on that day.
H. A. MOTT-SMITH, .
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Hawaii, May 25, 1912.
finest description can bo caught in
Hero I think is fair chanco for u
private few to enter Into an onter
prlso; should no treasuro bo found,
by taking a good diver along, a most
profitable business in other ways
could bo Inaugurated.
When your shoulder Is so lamo that
every movement of your arm pains
you severely you may know that you
have muscular rheumatism. Prompt
relief may bo had by applying Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and massaging
the affected parts with tho palm of
tho hand at each application. Do not
use your arm any more than is nec
essary for a day or two as every
movement tends to aggravate the dis
ease. For salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii.
.The enameling industry consumes
about one-halt of tno total borax pro
duction of tho United States, which,
according to tho Geological Survey,
amounted in 1910 .to 42,357 short tons,
valued at $1,201,842.
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SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Juno
29, 1912, nt the front door to tho
Capitol, Honolulu, thero will be sold
nt public auction leases of tho follow
ing lots situated af Lawal, Kauai:
Ixjt.No. Area Upset rental
3 9.52 acres $47.50
10 7.C0 acres 38.00
13 4.20 acres 21.00
Payable semi-annually in advance.
Term of lense, 5 years from June 1,
Purchaser to pay cost of advertis
ing. Purchaser to pay for permanent Im
provements now on the respective
Reservations regarding land requir
ed for reclamation, settlement or
public purposes, wll be embodied In
For maps and further particulars,
apply at tho Land Office, Capitol
JOSHUA D. TUCKER,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, May 28, 1912.
fits May 29, Juno 5, 12, 19, 2G, 28.
OF LOST CERTIFICATE
Certificate No. 6167 for 20 shares
of tho capital stock of Ewa Planta
tion has been lost or destroyed. All
persons are hereby warned against
negotiating or otherwise dealing In
or with such shares. Application has
been made to the treasurer of Bald
company for tho issuance of the new
Date, May 4, 1912.
MRS WONG ONG.
Sts May 4, 8 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29.
OFFICE D. Q. M., HONOLULU, H. T.,
May 27, 1912. Sealed proposals will
bo received hero until 9 a. m., Juno
12, 1912, for furnishing hay feeding
and oats, required at posts in Hawai
ian Islands during fiscal year com
mencing July 1, 1912. Information
furnished on application hero. CLYF-
FARD GAME, D. Q. M.
Ct May 27, 28, 29, 31, June 10, 11.
Sealed tenders will be received up
to 12 m. of Saturday, Juno 22, 1912,
by the Maul Loan Fund Commission
for furnishing all material, labor, etc.,
and constructing a two story concrete
school house at Lahalna, Maul.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of tender are on file with Mr.
Fred E. Harvey, Secretary of tho Cora'
mission, Wnlluku, Maul; and at the
otllce of Marston Campbell, Chairman
of tho Commission, Capitol Building,
The Maui Loan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any or
Chairman, Maul Loan Fund Com
mission. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII. HOLDING
. TERMS IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by Mars
ton Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lie Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner, vs.
GOO WAN HOY, ET AL., Defendants
and Respondents; Eminent Domain.
THE TERRITOJT' fF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, or his
Deputy; the Sheriff of tho City and
s County of Honolulu or his Deputy
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon Goo Wan Hoy; Enoch Johnson
Kamaka Stillman; Roso Mclnerny,
wife of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. Mcln
erny; can untai; ueorge u. uouin
son; George T. Robinson; J. A. Ma
goon; LUikalanl; Thomas Lalakea;
Rose K. Alau; Lum Chan; Ching
Kwau KhI; Wong Leong; Harry Doo
Joe; Japanese Benevolent Society, a
corporation; W. O. Smith, S. M. Da
mon, E. Faxon Bishop, Albert F. Judd
and Alfred W. Carter, Trustees un
der tho will and of the Estate of Ber-
nice Pauahl Bishop, deceased; John
Doe, Mary Roe; Jane Blue, and John
Black, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants and respondents, In
caso they shall file written answer
within twenty days after service here
of to be and appear before tho said
Circuit Court at tho term thereof
ponding Immediately after the expire
Uon of twenty days after service here
1 wur.ru dr
k Sin it
of; provided, howovor, If no term 1
ponding nt such tlmo, then to Ins and
nppar boforo tho said Circuit Court
nt tho noxt succeeding term thereof,
to wit, tho Jnnuary 1918 Term there
of, to bo holdcn nt tho City nud Coun
ty of Honolulu on Monday, tho 13th
day of January noxt at 10 o'clock
m., to show causo why the claim
of tho Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff,
should not bo awarded to It pursu
ant to tho tenor of its annexed Peti
tion, And have you then thero this
Writ with full return of your pro
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
FirBt Circuit, nt Honolulu aforesaid,
this 16th day of February, 1912.
(Seal) (Sgd.) J. A. DOMINIS,
Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of Honolulu. )
I, J. A. DOMINIS, Clerk of tho Cir
cuit Court of tho First Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that tho foregoing Is a full,
true and correct copy of the original
summons In tho caso of Territory of
Hawaii, by Marston Campbell, Sup
erintendent of Public Works vs. Goo
Wan Hoy, et al., as tho same ap
pears of record and on file in the of
fice of tho Clerk of said Court
I further certify that tho petition
prays the condemnation for use as a
public highway of tho foil' wing de
scribed land, situate In tho City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
wnll, to wit:
Beginning at a point In the south
west property lino of Kunkinl Street,
which point is Azimuth 318 46' 677.26'
feet from tho line between tho Gov
ernment Street Survey Monument on
Llliha Street at tho northeast corner
of School Street and tho monument
above KuakinI Street, opposite Kunn-
wal Lane, which survey lino Is sevem
teen feet (17) offset from the now ,
south-east property lino of Llliha"
Street, thence running by truo azi
muth and distances as follows:
1. 47 10' 544.2 feet in a straleht
lino to a point, thence: In
curved line to tho left having a
radius of 920.0 feet;
2. 42 39V6' 144.63 feet direct bear
lng and distance, thence;
3. 38 .09' 120.02 feet In a straight
line to a point thence: In a curved
lino to tho right, having a radius
of 875.0 feet;
4. 44 29' 193.04 feet direct bearing
and distance, thence;
5. 50 49' 131.47 feet to a point la
tho north-east property Hao ot
School Street which point la azi
muth 322 29' 768.5 feet from
tho government Btreet survey line
on Llliha Street, thence;
6. 322" 45' 50.0 feet along tho north
east property line of School
Street and across Frog Lane to a
.7. 230 49' 133.0 feet In a straight
lino to a point, thence: In a
curved line to tho left, having a
radius of 925.0 feet;
8. 224 29' 204.07 feet direct bear
lng and distance, thence;
9. 218 .09' 120.02 feet In a straight
line to a point, thence: In a
curved lino to the right having a
radius of 870.0 feet;
10. 222 39' 136.77 feet direct hear-
lng and distance, thence;
11. 227 10' 542.9 feet in a straiKht
lino to a point In tho south west
property line of Kuaklnl Street,
12. 138 46' 50.0 feet along tho south
west property lino of Kuaklnl
Street to the point of beginning;!
Containing an area of 56,787.0
All persons having any Interest In
the land sought to be condemned aro
hereby warned that unless they ap
pear at said Court on or before Au
gust 5th, 1912, they will bo forever
barred from contesting said petition
or any judgment entered thereon.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hav
hereunto set my hand nd affixed tho
seal of said Circuit Court, this llto
day of April, 1912.
(Seal) J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho Fir
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Attorney General, and
B. W. SUTTON,
Deputy Attorney Genoral Attor
ney for Petitioner.
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BEGINS MONDAY, JUNE 3,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
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Silks, Woolens, Flannelettes, etc.,
marked at much less than their real
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our windows throughout tho week.
Get down early Monday for tho
best goes first.
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