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VOL. XI. HO. 4412.
16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1009. 16 PA0E8.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Man Saved From
A Watery Grave
General Fleet News-Funeral of Lcpct
sKy and McDermott Held Today
Shore Leave This Afternoon On
Maryland, Pennsylvania and
riulnir in tin' moumt nml nicrlt-
rirluua iiii'dlml assl-Uamo of Past A-1
Blsl.int Burgeon A. II. Hnywnul (it
llio U. S. S. Culorailo. Coal P.ism J.
SI. Ilelden of tlic Colorailii wiib this
iiiiirniiiK wived fiom u water grave.
Ilcldcn, a few (I.i s after thii fleet
lull Ban riunclacu, was mvuiuiiiio
Willi the luti-nsn Ileal of tlio flru
loom and mux ordcrul lo the slcjt Imy,
whero lie icmulnod tip lo tlie Uric
tliat the licet arrived.
Some' tlnio hiBt night, or In tho
.carlw-houis of tlio mlddld watcUnC
thlx morning, Ilcldcn mannged to
(linlotlio p tew units In tlio hospital,
anil In some way mannBcU .to gain
the fo'cnstlo ileclt mid Jumped over
hoard In the shark-infested water!
of tlio outer harbor.
Shortly nfter colors this mornlrg,
ono of the crew engaged i denning
up the qinrtcr deck roporteiTto thol
FOR COTTON FIELD
Kunia Development Co.
Leases a Large
Tim fret that the cultivation cot
ton In Hawaii his now leirluri a point
whero it will soon be Included In t.io
cni.stiintly Increasing number of diver
Milt d Industries that aro being devel
open was shown thin morning In tlio
tiling of a leaso In tlio Ilurean of Con
vcaiiccs. Ono thousand r.ciej of land
lu the vlclnlt j of Honoulliill have been
luacd -b) tlio Ouhu Hallway ami Land
Company to tlio Kunln Development
Company, tho acreage lo bu devoted to
The ltaso iiiiib for a period of twen
Take pride in being neatly
dressed. And it's something
that every mother should en
courage, for the cultivation of
this habit will be greatly to
the boy's advantage later in
See our new line of bo-s'
school clothes before buyini.
The suits arc swell,
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor Fort & Hotel Sts.
ofllicr of the dctU that a body of a
man, fine downwind, was floating
olT the ntnrhoiird quarter.
A boat crew coimii in led by Cox
awalu V C. linker, were ordered to
pbk up the bod), and In few ml li
nts Iletdcn'H apparrntl lifeless form
vuh laid on tlio quarter deck.
Surgeon Ha) ward, who was on
deck at the time the body wan
brought on bo.ud, decided after a
lull rled examination that u spark ill
life still burned, and with tlio usual
.navy alacrity went to work to woo
the maii'a life. "j
Twenty minutes after Heldcn was
brought aboard, he was able to go
All the officers are speaking In
tlio highest terms of Surgeon Hay-
ward's great work over what ap
peared to be a hopeless task.
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ty ears at nn annual rental of $2 SO
per ncro with tlio stipulation that In
the ocnt of the profits being realized
In excess of $100 per aero per 'annum,
one per cent of tho gross Income will
revert to the Onhu Railway and Land
Tlio cultivation of cotton will be
undertaken ujon a Inrgo scale and It
Is expected tint no time will bo lost
by tho compiny in iirepirlng tho
giound for planting, tho Investigations
liirsued by tho Hawaii Expiilment
Station having provided a dependablo
Inula iiiKin which to begin cotton culti
vation In Huw.ill on a largo bcale.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
v.ti tvtni-tl Hnntn Vhnnfl 1HB
THERE "IS NO CANDY QUITE SO
GOOD AS THAT AT THE
Hotel and Union Sti.
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Captain J. W
meler; Lleutenant-Commandtr U F, Jameti
TJ. Barnes; Lieutenant C. Ti Owen.
1 f ' '
MUST PAY OP
r Dealt With In
Tho employees of the Federal do
partments aro not tho only ones who
neglect to pay their Territorial taxes.
Tho result of a Iqttor sent to the heads I
of tho Federal departments In Hono
lulu" by Attorney dencrnl Hcmenway,
suggesting that It would bo a good Idoa
to advise tlio cmplojces that thoy
might bo more prompt In meeting their
tax obligations had a prompt effect
and now tho same method will be pur
sued In rcgiid to the cmplojces of the
City nnd County of Honolulu.
There nro a number of tnx delin
quents among tlio city and county em
ployees and Attorney Qcneral Hemen
way will draw up n letter of "sugges
tion" to Major Fern Monday. It Is
expected that prompt action will bo
taken and that as a result the receipts
by tho Tax Assessor will ha materially
larger within .the course of tho noxt
iDIshop & Company, bankers, this
morning paid over to Treasurer Conk-
ling tho sum of 1771 20, tho amount of
tho doposlt that tho bank held In the
riamo of William H. Wright, tho de
faulting treasurer who fled from tho
Territory after securing about $17,000
of tho Government's funds.
A suit was brought by tho Territory
to gnrnlsheo tho money nml Judge
Whitney returned a Judgment holding
that tho money was tho rightful prop
erty of tho Territory of Hawaii.
TAB PEACE OF MIND
Lire INSURANCE qivcs,
TOWARD A MAN'S SUC
CESS IN HIS DAILY LIFE.
Hawaiian Ttqst. Company
U. 8. 3. WEST VIRGINIA
Orchard, commanding! Lleutenant-Commandtr
PHILADELPHIA, flept. 11.
America defeated England here to
day in the great 'tennis tournament.
Wright challenges Australia for Da
SAN FEANCISCO. Sept. 11.
Results of today's baseball games
are as follows: National League:
Pittsburg 2. Cincinnati 1; New
York 4, Brooklyn 0j" New York, 1,
Brooklyn 10; .Boston 3. Philadelphia
2; Boston 1, Philadelphia 0; Chica
go 10, V. Louis 4.
American League: St. Louis 2,
Chicago 1; St. Louis, 3, Chicago 1;
Philadelphia 1, Boston 0; Philadel
phia 0, Boston 1; Washington 0,
New York 3; Washington 1, New
York 2; Detroit 7Cleyeland 1.
SEAGIRT, Spt. 11, Ohio won
Dryden shoot, Marine Corps second,
THE FLEET TODAY
:t Shoro lcavo begins for men tt
tt from' the Pennsylvania, Maryland 8
t: and Colorado this afternoon when tt
IX liberty parties will bo landed, tt
tt Lcavo does not begin for tlio men tt
tt of tho other boats until coaling tt
tt Is done tt
tt Tho funeral ofvtho two men tt
tt killed by tho explosion of a boiler tt
tt tube on tho Colorado last Wed- tt
tt nosda), was held this morning, tt
tt tho rcmnlns being burled In tho tt
tt navy plot In Nuuanu cemetery, tt
it No records aro bolng sought In tt
tt coaling its no barges aro being tt
tt used, tho crow coaling from one tt
tt sido of the ship. Tho West Vlr-
tt gfnla's record of 140 tons In ono tt
tt hour Is probably among tho best, tt
tt No Inter-v easel sports will bo tt
tt bold until tho vessels aro pan tt
tt with coaling, nor will tho Island tt
tt bos got n chance to tackle-the tt
tt fleet huskies until that time. .It
ti ' tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tttt tt ttn tt ti tt tt s
H. J. Zlefl
RIOTERS MUST '
Japanese 'Credited" f0n
. Time Already In
The Walmanalo rioters appeared be
fore Circuit Judge' To noil tint- morn
ing for a mitigation of the sen
tence ltniiosed upon them In the Dis
trict Court before Judge Andrade and
while they did not succeed In having
tho sentence reduced, Judge Do Bolt
decided that the Interests of Justice
would bo served by allowing the exe
cution of the sentenco to dtto from
tho dnv upon, which It was Imposed,
nctw llhi tan ling the fact that an ap
penl was filed, which Is considered as
a slny of oxocutlon.
The men have accordingly served
two months of their sentence. Dot,
tho leader, was sentenced to six
months and four others to five months?
In his plea for a mitigation for sen
tence this morning Attoruoy Llghtfoo'
claimed that the men pleaded guilty
I'l the District Court Without V Lowing
v!,at they wero dolh-C and .ileo that ho
wes not notified vvhv tha ciso vv.o, to
f mo up. Tho tc3tln ., Of Inl'iri n -cb
Townsond 'and Chafer Tloylo did
nrl bear out LlRhlioil' asseitioii, '
Tlio men wero charged with an aH
ault o' a lui.i
Don't Forget that
we secure, pack
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
Our boys get there in tho short
est possible space of time.
Rose wood-a4.-Fox. '
HIV t iKh
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Hollister Drug Co:
Must Improve Health
IN ALL PLANTATIONS
President of Board of Health Has
Plan That Will Assure Better
ment in Conditions Too Much
In a determined effort to improve
the general health conditions of the
Territory, President Mott-Smlth of
the Hoard of Health has formulated
a tentntlvc plan which he will bring
before the consideration of the plan
tation agencies with a view of hav
ing action taken at the earliest pos
The Idea of the President ot tho
Board of Health Is to have cacn
plantation In the Turrltory make
provision ,for the salary of u snul-tary-inspectlon
officer, whose wiirle
time (wll be devoted to seeing that
sanitary conditions are enforced In
the plantn'ion camps. it Is pro
posed that tho officer shall be under
the direction and supervision ot tho
Department of Public Health so as
to Insure unity of action In the ef
fort that will be made to better tho
conditions on the plantations
"There is altogether too much ty
phoid fever In Hawaii at the present
time," said Mott-Smlth this morn
ing,-"and I feel that It Is Incumbent
upon the Department of Public
Health to use Its best efforts to
evolve some plan which wlll.not only
better the sanitary conditions on
the plantations, but wilt protect Ho
fanliilii fiom the moat common source
.Ollblff nn fnr n thA pnnnrnl
K ,.u ii. i .... --
Rj.al!h conditions of 'the community
nrA rnnpnrno.1 WMIa h niivtrno.
are concerned. While the sugges
Hon of having each plantation pro
flfi Wr a sanitary Inspector would
necessarily Involve an expenditure
for salaries, It would be a saving In
the end, 'tor whenever an epidemic
breiktr our the loss to tho planta
tion aBccted Is far, more than tho
amOujfctliftJwould have to be appro.
prlstotb meet the costs ot a sal
ary.", The typhoid epidemic of Hawaii
has boon brought under control, but
there are still a largo number of
cases In Illlo and tho vicinity. The
typhoid cases are being found as far
as Honokaa In the Hamakua Dis
trict, showing tho wide extent to
which the epidemic has boen felt on
the big Island.
President Mott-Smlth believes that
a consistent attempt to Improve he
health conditions on the plantations
will bo Immediately fel In Honolulu
and believes that the first and moct
important step In tliat direction will SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11. Su
be In assuring he regular and effl- ear 00 decree ccntrifniml A in
clent Inspection of the camps.
ULlllTIN AUft PAV
1091 Fort St.
BEVERLY. JIasi, Cent. 11.
President Taft has announced the
anpointment of the Tariff Commis
sion. The arc Ilcnrv C. Emcrv of
Yale, chairman; James B. Reynolds
of Boston. AsMstnnt Secretary of the
Treasury, mid Alvin H. Sanders of
Chicago .clitcr of Breedcis' Gazette.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 11.
A message has bc;n received by the
State Department from Lieutenant
Pearv a commander of .the eJcpedi
ii.n discovering the North Pole, stat
'.l" that he had taken possession of
the polar regions in the name of the
President of the United States. The
region around the lone-sought Pole
thus becomes the prorjsrty of the
United States through the right of
discovery. Secretary Winthrop wired
waiujla, sept, u, xnc no
vi,ionni authonlies and police hav
I . .. . . ... I
failed to maintain order in carrying
out the sanitation laws.
CONSTABULARY TO RETURN.
BULACAN. Island of Luzon, Sent
11. The Constabulary has been
ordered to return here, as the local
authorities are unable to cone with
the mutiny. Part of the Constabu
lary recently rebelled, killed one of
ficer and fled to the hills.
THE OTHER ONE.
CHRISTIANSAND, Norway, Sent.
11. Dr. Cook, discoverer of tho
North Pole, sailed todav for the
United States, after beincr feted and
honored by the crowned heads of
Denmark and Norway. His recep
tion in New York will be a feature
of the Hudson-Fulton celebrations.
ana ne ana reary,
a few davs of each other, may thresh
out their anrument In person,
. Beets 88 analysis, lis 0 3-4d.
I Parity. 4 50 cents.
tion. us lui-ua.
We can sell them at this nrice be
cause we bought them right.
Open Saturday evenings. .
Manufacturers Shoe Co. Ltd.
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