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VOL. X. NO. 4067
8 PAGES-HONOLULU.TERRIYQRV Ofr HAWAII FRIDAY. JULY 31, I9Q8-.8 PAGES
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LIMINE FIRST; KAMEHAMEHA BEATS HAWAII
KUHIO TO CALL
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Meets Death Calmly
SAN QUENTIN, Calif., Jnly 31. Siemsen, the Hawaiian murderer '
of gaspipe fame, and Babner, his associate, were hanged today. He bid a
calm good'byc to those present, on th? scaffold, and took the holy sacra
ment. In his diary he says that he has been an outcast since the Ho
nuaa affair, but gave no details.
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MARE ISLAND. Calif., July 31. Admiral Swinburne today succeed-
eit Admiral T)atnn in tti .nm-naMj Mf 41. DumIA. c..ju.. rri...
was celebrated with a ceremony which took place on board the flagshln
EXILE ROSS ESCAPES
SAN FBANOISCO, Calif., July 31. Charles Boss, the Hussian exUe
from 8aghalien, who was imprisoned for burglary, has escaped.
CASTRO RE TAIIATES
CARACAS, Venezuela, July 31. Prssident Castro has withdrawn
the cxequaten of the Consul and the Vice Consul of Netherlands.
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S.VITAN NOW EHPEROR vr.. . '
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, JuW 31. The Sultan has changed his
title to that of Emperor orthe Moslems... .- - - -
. HENLEY, Entbttd, (July .31. The Leander crew won1hrgreat.'IX.w
t8rmttleaal.rtgam. '. 'l t . ' I
Officers Called Down
For Raiding Gamblers
The dlsclinrgo of Dctcctlvo Apana
from tho dctoctlvo force Is llablo to
lead to complications. Apana feels
that he has had n rough deal, and It
In probahlo that ho will curry the
matter furthor, either by demanding
an Investigation by the Hoard of Su
pervisors, or by instituting a suit for
libel agalnBt the Sherifr.
Apana this morning mado soveral
statements regarding the facts which
led up to his discharge, as well as In
regard to certain changes or orders
which have been made since the de
tective bureau changed hands, which
are confirmed by Chief of Detectives
Katahlela, and which do not on tho
face of them loo!c very pleasant.
Apana states that while Taylor
was chief the orders given his force
wero to mnko arrests whenovcr they
ran acrots a violation of tho law.
Howevor, as soon as Kalakiela took
charge, ho Issued orders to tho effect
that while arrests might be made In
this manner In all other cases, in
"cases of gambling no action must be
taken without the sanction of him
self or his assistant, Luahlwa.
This morning Apana related scvor-
al Instances where he had notified
Kalakiela of gambling games which
wero going on at the time he made
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THE KASH CO.,
Corner Port and Hotel Sh.
ATHLETE IS HERE
Dr. Roller, Whom Gotch
Couldn't Throw, At
Dr. P. I). lloller of Seattle, tho man
whom Prank Gotch couldn't down and
by far tho best exponent of tho wrest
ling gamo In the West, arrived In Ho
nolulu on tho Korea and is now stop
ring at tho Seaside Hotel.
LM-. Holler is a big man physically
as well as frrfln the standpoint of the
siiorting world. Deforo his match
with Prank Gotch, who later man
handled the "Russian Lion" Hackcn
schmldt, (toiler had never been in tho
game professionally,' He had been
Physical Director of (ho University
of Washington, bringing out ono of
the best all-round football teams that
husky young college ever knew, and
putting an Impetus Into all kinds or
athletics and sports that Is still felt.
Ho was a prominent wrestler In col
lege In the East, and developed his
propensities at the Seattle Athletic
Club. His prowess on tho padded mat
became bo well known that Prank
Ootch had a hunch that he could pick
up Bomo easy monoy by getting 'a
meeting with tho local man. Thli was
arranged, though at the tlmo Holler
ttated that he was slniply going In
for this ono professional match, and
If the writer jremci.ibers rightly, there
was, a sldo-bpt nt $1000 that Gotch
would down the Seattle dot tor,, three
times Insldo of an "hour an4 a half..
Well, that go Is still treasured In
tho, mjnds of all sportsmen wbo hall
fllllM llll I k.flnl-li M.nn .In
with confldMoea&itrat unrprlsed at
tha'outset that- h' couldn't cut a hnM
on the big Queen City physlclin. Rol
ler had the world's champion working
his head off before tlmo was called,
but there wasn't a thing doing. Gotch
couldn't handlo him, and ho after
wards said that Roller was tho hard
est man he had ever tackled.
Since that tlmo Roller'u wrrstllns
career has been ono of unswerving
triumphs. McLaghlenj who at one
time was to como down here, met his
Waterloo In the shapo of Seattlo'B
wrestler at a match pulled oft in Ta-
coma, and a number of other big men
liavo gone down to defeat at his
Spoakln; of Honolulu, Dr. Roller
mid last evening at tho So-tsldo Hotel
that he .was Infatuated with tho place.
"Hawaii is beautiful. It Ik the
grandest spot for rest and a vacation
that I have been. I was tired out
from wrestling and practicing my pro
fession In Seattle, and decided on Ha
waii as the placo where I could go for
a couplo of months and rest I am
certainly satisfied with my choice."
Dr. Roller will be here for about two
Tho Martians were prepared to
catch the first message from the
'Lot me seo," exclaimed the first
little green man, "I wonder If the
first communication will be a flash,
a tick or a knock."
"A knock, very likely," laughed
tho second little green man. "You
know the earth Is just full of knockers."
Which shows how wise the Mar
tians really are.
YY Wills in
small or large
983 FORT ST., Honolulu
Convention To Get
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For Local Indiistiy
(Special Wireless to tho II u I I c 1 1 n)
IHLO, Hawaii. July 31. Delegate Kalanlannolo content-
plates the calling In the nenr ruture of a meeting of tho reprc-
seatatives of all the industries In the Islands which aro uffect-
ed by tariff legislation.
He does this with the Intention of presenting the Hnwnll-
an claims beforo tho Turin" Commission, and also In order to co-
operate with the agriculturists of the Pacific Coast for the pur-
pose of maintaining protection for nil agricultural interests.
The, Delegate also hopes to co-operate with Porto Rico for
the purpose of ccurlng a prote:tlve tariff on corrcf. '
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Attorney Vivas Files
Dfetrfijtiyflrjge McKay ga East Wfih Stoot
. (Special to the B u 1 1 e t i n)
HILO. Hawaii. July 31. Lurline arrived at 2:?8 p. m. yes
terday. The Kamehameha was second at 8:30 p. m. Tne Jla
waii qot in third, arriving; at 10:50 p. m. The next to crcs
the line was the Gwendolyn, at 11:30 p..m. The Lady Maud
finished at midnight. The Gladys 'did net cro3 the line until 8
o clock this morning.
The Hawaii lost the race b7 making- a Ions rait off wind
ward coast of Oahu, and then failintr to nek- up for the lost
tunc. The weather was very light, and this also worked against
The Hawaii proved a splendid boat in a roueh sea and in
heavy winds, but lest in calms .-.11 that was ar.do in n strong
The Kamehameha gave the Lurline a hard race. She lost
t..e first Place by getting caught in a calm.
The Gladys made good in all kinds of weather.
. Tne yachtsmen go tonight ta the Volcano as the cnests of
the business men of this city. FAHE1NGI0N
A Rl ' a I tP fl ' ' H Re
VAll fir OpW,r.a:9ria?J.
MY r . an mmmm
A. N. Kepolkat la not'1 tho only I attorney In tho case, however, mnvrri
Judge op that beautiful flttlo Island I ,he Court thnt as 15 would have un-
of Maul who Is under a cloud; for Dls-. QOUT y .2n ? BUrlcBt nne ,m'
trict Judge McKays -'actions have IT upon ih? Nlpponeso In caso ho
been made th subjtet of k complaint f?. a"C(lln C?Urt' h?1 ,iof tho
which' has been sent to Chief Justice 'S,aA'mol"!'jw.hr,ctu.rncd to "" JP
HartWell..and by him in turn, referred .."n?",?' ?e!foro' upon no T,!C
to tho Attorney General. ommendatlon of tho prosecuting at-
Attorney Vivas of Maul Is tho man ""Ifjf' Br"n'od 'ho rc1""t; AJ hjs
who has brousht tho complaints, and ' Jlu"c.t .V JPanc0 cntnreil tho
from the alleged nature, of them. ltdoor , tho.co,l'1rt room an'1 tho mo"cy
would appear that they nro tho out
cropping! of an old. grudge, for they
fro minor to tho extreme". Prom what
can be learned of the actual complaint
which was ncnt to tho Chief Justice,
It seoma that Vivas and i Judge McKay
had somo sort o( an altercation In
Court one day, and Vivas alleges thnt
McKay called him names;
Just what names ho was callod has
not been divulged, but Vivas seems
pretty poiltlve that thoy wero nof
meant as a direct compliment to' him.
and they were at least strong enough
to that tho lawyer took .excoodlng
wnbrago at the Court and theroubon
filed a complaint with the Chief Jos
tle?, under whoso Jurisdiction McKay
From Maul comes another version
of tho tale. It scema that ono Japan
ese, unfamiliar with tho customs of
tho country, commlttod a common
nuisance on tho public streets. A po
liceman straightway clamped tho
irons on htm, and tho .poor Jap was
haled beforo the magistrate, where his
ball for apicarance the following day
In Court was fixed at 10: This was
forthcoming, and tho Japanese was re
leased. Tho next day, liowoyor, bo, tailed to
put In an .appearance In Court and his
ball was declared forfeited by Judgo
McKay. Dan Caso, tho proBocutlng
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J. Hopp & Co.,
188 S. KOTO, STHEET. "
For a means of de
livering parcels in
was given to him.
VI via Is known to havo entered a
strenuous objection to this action of
the Judge and It mar bo that this u
Included In hls-complalnt,
!' July 31.
Temperatures 6 a. m.. 74: 8 a. m..
78; 10 a. m., 77: nooa .11 1 BbHUog
minimum, 74. ?& 7SE
Barometer. 8 a. m.. 30.08; absoluto.7nnvo Bono to great sacrifices In order J""1 navp ft m"c calor. slower, nnd
numiouy. s a. m.. b.ibr' rnin nip
cubic foot: rclatlvo hiimldlty, 8 a. m.,'
60 per cent: dew point, 8 n. m., 6S,
winn u a. m., velocity tu, direction
E.; 8 a. m velocity 7 direction N. K.i
10 a. ni., eloclty 14, direction ti. IS.;
tioon, velocity 12, direction B. i l
Rainfall during 24 houro endod 8 a.
m.. .00 Inch. i i
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon. 140 miles. J
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A. Y, CAFE
What may develop Into a beautiful, ccrof tho National (IimiiI registered a
little scrap among those qualiried tu larfiivulred ),lo-ui)'u tho proposition to
represent the National Ouard of Ha- Colonel Jnptgf this Juornhig. Col.
wall as numbers f the shooting -'oiiCr 'nrtcrwards saw Ootcriior Froar
team which will leavo for Campi1'"1 "10 ,atlcr ttatal Hut lit had henrd
ferry c'.iorfly, tins been started ns n4!,"t!lll,n,; 'ir ', rhK wtru rntnora
n;r7...;r. .".v". "...".'.'..: i Jno ,en1' ".l.rro' ay personal fci
go ob n member of tho team and aft
erwards go on to Washington.
It appears that there has been
keen competition 'for a long tlmo
past among the mon for tho privi
lege of going on the, team nnd espe
cially has thla mado tho men como
out to practice. A num:er of them
have given up baseball on Saturdays
lug against him, but bccr.UEo of tho
untalrncsu they think will bo accorded
ono of their comrades.
Hnwcur, Mr. Pratt's sldo of tho
proposition Is ery clear nnd at tho
K.imo time ery leaoonablc, for when
tho fuctK of tho matter lire known, It
Is icaillly been that .Mr. I'init M Incon
cnlouclng hlmsoir to mako tliu tr
to n cqrtatn extent, In vlow of tho fact
that ho cou'd wait and co with tho
nnd Sundays, It Is said, and others Governor to Wnxlilngton in November
thnt they would not bo disqualified !,.e,t" '''P ."' " n"i ho feels
because of lack of practice. 'h",fncl..,h1t ,' ea" ,,c !' 'J"'
Ono of the men, lllanchntd. a , la B11niclcnt reason for Ills going
earlier In tho local schools, gave up with tliu ti-am. Tho whole plan nts In
inn irii io mo unnsi lor tno summer, ery nicely, loo.
no having been selected as one of the Hut mill tho boyi
lucky thirty to receive free trnnsuor- "Hard nro not
m ot tno National
tatlon on a United States Army tran- Bnn eomo row ,s lllll1 ,0 break form
Sport, because he felt sure, na It later, u '"""' .
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. selected as a member of the rlfio 'nll0UJ , roUy'tho.'r'lbcr be!n'
c,,m' Iblnso. Pliwat'a th nicanln' of blaao.
Now those men think Hint n fnlr Ol ilnnnii?"
deal Is not being given them when Mike "Diane do bo th' fcelln' tliot?
Sir. Pratt Is choxpn tlinrnliv l.nnf.lflnr.'rntiir.a tf n mill nftl, lin pita c 1..4.. 41
tit least ono of them out of tho trip, 'that loafin"- Is 'nurd workup, ' Ol'mr.
sou it is aennttoly known that an om- thlnkln'."
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