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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERBITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1910. 10 PAGBS.
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Sun SpotsiCables Come On
SAN FRANCISCO, May -18. Re
ports from various observatories
where astronomers are watchintr the
influence of Halley's comet are to the
effect that several new sun spots
have appeared on the surface of the
sun dunng the last twenty-four
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18.
Scores for games in the big league
games today were;
National Pittsburg 8, Boston 5;
St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 2: Chicaco
3, Brooklyn 2; Cincinnati 0, New
-"American Washington; .4; Cleve
land '3 fPh'lIadelohla 4. Chicago 2.
Other frames scheduled for the day
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 18.
The commander of the gunboat Pa
ducah brought his ship to close
range, and by landing troops and
training his ship's guns prevented
any attack on Blueflelds and quelled
fighting in the streets of the city.
The rebels have massed a large
number of troops on the outskirts of
the city and were about to bombard
with heavy artillery.
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 18.
United States Minister Calhoun has
-cabled authorities at Washington,
reporting serious anti-foreign dem
onstrations by fanatio Chinese in the
city of Nanking.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BETHLEHEM, Pa., May 18. The
strikers in the steel works at this
city have accepted the arbitration
terms offered byPrcsidcnt Schwab.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18.
Beets i 88 analysis, 14s. 01-2(1. ;
parity, 5.1Go. Previous quotation,
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SAN FRANCISCO Mav 18 Jo. ' yct ,noy nru "erc'vel meeting nfter
iCnrim . tmni.i f n7Ir meeting, placed on fllo with tho prom-seplt-fJnffln.arnllionarcof
Ontario; ,B0 that to work w, ,)0 ,lon 'wlien
was killed here today in a hotel ele- funds nru available.
NO ONE KILLED.
PHOENIX. Arir.. Mnv18. There
were nn fatnlitlei In ln 1infil fln.
lhat oemirrfd hern last nlirM All nlM,llt WOO oil ftirt street? How
hT.JSS wl,n JJ Lfii 1.. ma" of y" Supervisors, know Just
the (ruests who were missing: have whnt' 10 gchcmo , ,n ordcr to pavo
,f i?!.'11 of thtm e8ca.PinB tills Btroot? , o you know that tHoro
with little clothing: and going to the will not bo money enough In tho Gen
homes of friends, ( Continued on Paire 2)
.ERECTED FOR DECORATION DAY
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
Rumor That Washington Will
Not Accept Resignation
What la believed to liavo been n time, timl Ihcro Ik Rieat Intcrmt (ell
lofiiHnl on the. part of the WushlnK- In the unlcump, particularly ns to
ton" autlinritlcx to accept llio resjB- who will lie appointed In tho plwc
nation of Collector or Interim! Ilev- or Drake, should his resignation lie
etiue Walter Diuke. wiih contained In u.eeptcd. There are several person
two inlilcKraniH received thin morn- In tho field for tho place.
InK one by Special Acont Thninas It may ho possible that In view en
and tho other by United .States At- AkoiiI Thuinan' stntemont a row darn
tornoy llreckons. Ihco about makliiR Hawaii a siitidla
No definite Information Is avail- trlct of California In ciisc tho Tcrr.
iblo upon tho proposition, but when tory oles for prohibition In J-ily,
questioned this mornlns whether that nothing will bo done about the
there was anything new In the In- resignation of Colloctor Orako until
tenia! revenue situation, Dreckona after the July election,
stated that the Washington author-
Jtles had evidently not made up their Wll thy party or parties who found
minds what to do; . n ladles' handkerchief ban klndlv
iiiurn nw uceii noining'nnnouncoii
In tho Internal revenue rase fo'rsomo
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Other Districts Suffer
By Fort Street .
The City nnd County of llonolulu
can 111 afford at tho present tlmo to
enter Into n contract calling for near
ly eighteen thousand dollars, for tho
paving of Kbrt Btreet, uccordlng to it
statement inado by Supervisor McClcl
Inn. IK'fnrn a full mcmborshln of tho
City and County Hoard last ovcnlng piomlsciioiisly dlsseinlnated last pvcir
McClellan offered a statement of city Ing by practically tho entire mcmboi
flnances which during Its preseutn- Klp of tho Hoard of Supervisor no
tion cuused Ills follow rollea'gues on (ore the third and dual reading of tho
the board to sit up and tako notice, paving ordinance resulted In'u'voto of
However, despite the warning from rol'r against three favoring ItB paB
the guardians of tho treasury tho enge.
bltullthlc pavement of the business 'Hio paving of Kort street from an
street was ordered done and tho con
tract nwarded to Warren Brothers of
Now York City.
Among other tilings McClellan said;
"We will not liavo tho money to en
ter Into a contract the bIio of thla at
present. We liavo already voted about
tS7Jl00 over and 'nbovo our appropri
ation, and almost all this amount has
beei spout for road work. When tho
Kanana contract was let. you all
know that wo went our limit for largo
amounts for road work. At that time
wo ull agreed to apprnprlnto enough
money out of our next clean-up to
make certain needed Improvements In
tho Flru, Police and Electric Light
Departments, but wn liavo not dono
so nor Is thero any likelihood that wo
will do so aa wo havn not tho money
on hand, nor Is tlicio any money In
tho cleanup for IIioro Improvements.
Why should wo saddln this expense
for paving Fort street, when It will
almost 'bankrupt tho City and County.
Why don't wo tako up somo of tho
numerous petitions for road work that
1 arc on lllo In tho Clerk's oinco and do
' that work first. Nono of these iietl
i tlons call for aivcry largo expenditure
"Look at Kmma street. This is.i
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I disgrace to tho City nnd Count)', ' Wo
do one half of the street, nnd then
leave (he otlion,
Why don't wo finish
tills work beforo wo Btnrt to spend
MONUMENT WORKS. Limited
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same ut thr rtiillotln of
FORT STREET PAVE
Four For Improvement,
It would seem that nothing can
block tho proposition to pavo Fort
bticot with material furnlshod by tho
Illttillthlc Pavement Company of New
Yoik, savo tho placing of an Injunc
tion liv tho coiirta of Hawaii,
.Much gtx)d oratory and an Interest-
I nit array of tacts unci figures -were
intersection with queen and extend
ing to Derctnnla avenuo will now In
nil probability go through. v
No longer will pedestrians as well
on rhlclc. tralTlc bo Confronted tiy i
i.orrow business street freely punc-
tuifd with mlrofllled chuckholca In
(Continued on Face 2.)
SAN GABRIEL MEN
ARE ALL OTERATE
And By Naval Regulation
They Have WineNWith
Consul for Italy Mr. Svl.aofcr, railed
on Captain do Athoiigtila Pinto Ilasto
of tho crulsor Ban Oebrlel' this morn
ing and was given tho proper salute.
On Saturday tho Hawaiian band
will irlvo a concort on board tho cruis
er .at 1 o'clock, beforo tho departuru
of the cruiser for Kahulul, Maul,
whero It will arrlvo Sunday morning.-
A largo bathing party for the young
er officers Is being given it the Sea
Members of tho I'ortugiicsa colony
wero very much pleased with tho vau
dovlllti performance given last ovenlug
by tho officers of tho ship at I.nal
Thp pit Hot In Is Informed that
ulnc'fl the SanClabrlel left Msbou not
a slngla man of tho crow hiiH been ar
rested for drunkenness- In any1 port.
Thoso men, by their naval regulation,
aro allowed claret' whio twlco.a day at
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Grand JuryHouse Voles
Tho Territorial Orand Jury has iie
;un nn Investigation Into tho clrciim
itances surrounding the death of John
Do Mollo who was run down and kill
"d Monday by nil automobile driven
by Kdward Cliuicy, the tragedy oo
curing on King street near tho Kn-
Tho case wni considered bv the
rerrltortal InquUllorH at an Invcstlgt-
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my no nniti in nuejjme. pemtlng tho
tidings ol tho.
TAIL OF EOMET
Professor Ejlerman stated this
morning that It was possible that the
earth will not pass through the tall
of the comet until tonight. If the
passage does not occur until then It
li-poMlbK that there will be changed
atmospheric effects that can be ob
served by the people of Hawaii. Just
how well defined these might be Is
Information received yesterday by
Prof. Kllerman, through tho cubic
states that from tho latest nnd most
scientific calculations made, the
comet will bo at tho mlddlo of Its
passago across tho sun'n faco M
5 : 1 r. : 1 S this nrternoon, nnd If thHro
Is to bo niiy oxtrnnrdlnary demon
stration In tho 'itmosphere It will
mntcrlallio at .that time,
Tho weather froin half-past two
this morning has been nioit po:ullar,
changing from sunshlno to quick
showers and back to a haze. These
sudden changes are characteristic, nt
Hawaii, still thero Is a something
(Continued oa Pace 21
When a milliner wants lo draw
tho old girls Inside, she' displays a
particularly young looking hat In the
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin, Editorial Room Phone IBS
IN addition to writing
policies that cover
Loss or Damage by
Fire we have a special
poljcy that covers
or damage to vtlfe
cd by being in
any moving or
for damage to the
perty of others,
caused by collision.
TRUST CO., LTD.
On Final Passage
Now To Conference
Special Bulletin Cable
Washington, May 18
The Amendment Bill to the Organic
AT rT Hawaii Txraa
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House as reported
mirtDQ rv arritnyioo
iiiivtv. vis j.iiiiiuiiVOi
Ihe salaries of
the Territory remain
by the Senate with
Circuit Court Judges, which has been
approved at $4000. "fcV4
The Bill. now
Death of Man
What w,ns at first thought to ho
Just an ordinary assault and battery
case, this morning developed into
either. a, manslaughter or- murder
affair. Ioola Andrew, a Hawaiian,
Is held at tho poll co station, and
Alec. aarner,u negro, Is lying dead
at tho morgue, Tho colored man
wns struck.vy a lump of coral al
leged to have, been thrown by An
drew last Krldaj', and died this
morning at the Quern's Hospital,
It appears that the two men con
cerned In the affair reside at Vino-
ynrd street ramp, nnd that on Fri
day .night tinnier had a row with
mother man, who Uvea In a room
adjoining Andrew's. Tho latter was
awakened by the row, mid went out
INQUEST ON AUTO
At tho Inquest which was held laot
night un tho body of J, 'Je Mcllu liar
bora, who wns run over nnd killed by
Kdwnrd Cluney on Monday firtornoon
tho Jury, after a threo hour, session.
adjourned Its enquiry till this evening.
w, 'i. iiawuna nppeared fir Qiutiey,
and was actlvo In his conduct of th
Dr. Maokall 'testified to tho Injuries
sustained by Dnrhaza, and gavo It as
Ills opinion that death was practically
An evn witness to the affair named
John 1'lco, told all he saw of tho acci
dent nnd his story was a stralghtfor-
Wnril mil, lln ntnlnil Ihnt tho tmtnnwt.
bile came down King street tit a high
rato of sliced, and when near the Kn
meliameha achools struck narboza.
who was crossing the street. The car
continued IU career for sorno distance,
and then was pulled up ajid returned
tuoniinueu on race X)
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IN THE COURT
NEW YORK. Mav 18.-Full -de-
tails of the methods used by the
Sugar Trust in underweighing ira
ports were demonstrated.ln court to-
'.day atvthe trial, of SeorttaryiHeikeiVrJted'StatesTmiiuiia and' Brazil,'
trHatr naccnH Ktr i-hck
, T TV Jf"l-,wl "J tiiv
by the House Com-
Federal officials m
the same as fixed
the exception of the
goes to the Confer
having passed- .the
to w what was the matter. The
.negio la alleged to have taken of
reuse at Andrew's remarks, and to
liavo attacked tho Hawaiian, who
then Is said lo have thrown the
lump of coral at tinnier. Tim lattor
was taken to tho hospital anil ad
mitted for treatment.
I T,i till Inttt tili-lif f!ninni. wn. .In.
Ing well, ami cnly yesterday allor-
noon he had a talk with Deputy Sher
iff Hose. Tho Injured man said that
he was all right except for a slight
headache, and that ho would soon
be out of tho hospital.
The hospital authorities state thut
Into last night Oarncr began to net
like a crasy man and kopt getting
(Continued, on Taee 2)
Three good things wero announced
on the stock board this morning,
KliBt wbb thu million-dollar stock
dividend (bfty per cent.) of Hawaii
lau Hiignr Company that was voted
at the meeting held yesterday aft
ernoon. Hecnnd wns tho oxtrn illvldeud-ot
sixty reuta a share payable to tho
stockholders of Hawaiian Sugar Com
pany. The notice rends. "On Juno
Id, 1910, Hawnllun Bugar Company
will pay an oxtrn dividend of CO
conts a sharoiy total that date, $t
per sharo," Thff dividend with tho
Increased capital will bo thirty cents
a fcharo per mouth, beginning July
Third, nu extra dividend of fifty
cents a sharo for Hawaiian Commer
elnl, payable Juno C,, 1010, making
tho total for that ditto eovonty-flvo
-outs ii sharo,
(Continued on Page 2)
LIMA, Peru, May 18, The Peru
vian Government has announcer! that
it win accept the arbitration of its
differences with '"Ecuador .'h. the
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mny 18.
Queen Liliuokalnni lias lost her case
in the Court of Claims that handed
ilcwn a desision today holding that
the crown lands of the former king
dom of Hawaii are the property of
the Hawaiian uovcrnment.
COL. AMES .
MANILA. T, I., Mny 1 Lieut.-'" S
i,ui, nines nas uccu cuuri-maniaica
as n result of n scandal which led
to the suicide of Lieutenant Janncy
at Fort McKinlcy some weeks' ago.
, .Mrs. Jnnncy, wife of tha 'doadifc
lieutenant, attended n dinner given
by LleuU-CoL Amca, and. It wng Uur-
.... ue prtlgiess ut the least that.;
Jnnncy appeared on the scene.. Ho 4
charged tjlfl, wife-, wjUi imdiio lull-
mncy wltli Ames. Just prior tuTtho ?
shooting, Jnnuey endeavored lo per
suade Mrs. Jnnncy to return homo
with him. Hlio Mwutlj- refused to
do o and at the Fame tlmo partook
of champagne fioni n loving cup
which onco hnd been tho property
Hot words followed the net, and
leaving uMr. Janney Id tho" com-'
pany or Amos, Lieutenant Janney
went to his quarters and llrod tho .
shot which goon ended tils Ilfo. A.'
coroner's verdict given shortly after
Jnuney'B death dcclfired him n sui
cide. An attenipt upon tho imrt Of
army officials hero to Initli up tho
matter failed, nnd the court-martial
WASH1N0T0N. D. 0., Mny 18.-
Aasson aica nerc today. .v
THAT NEEDS SUPPORT !
The n u 1 1 e 1 1 n man dropped In . Jj
on V. II. Mclneny this morning W
for the lirteot news ou tho coming ,,W
trans 1'nclllc yacht ruce, knowing '
Uint In former years be wns eti'thu- '
slusttcnlly Identified with tho event-
Kir, Mclnerny Bald, in part, that '
this year he waff, not (ictlve. In jlhla
matter, feeling' that ho had lu'tha
past done all that could be .expected
of him, but was very nnxloiia and
hoped tho people of the Territory
would not allow tha Honolulu on'd of lo?
tho rnco to drop through. r "S
ltn riirthpi- ttnlil Hint In mntitMR.' ''. Bvl
Hon with inomberH of tho Promotion " t,"'
Commlttco ho found them of on'o
opinion Indorsing this event iisoiib
of tho best possible methodn of ad
vertising llnwpll, nnd altering their
Commodore Jaeger nnd thoso as
sociated with htm have inado c.y.cry'
offort posalhlo lei finaucc this rnco,
without directly taxing anyone, but
so fnr had hut n small degree or
"It teems to me," said Mr, 'Me-j
Inerny, "thut In an event of this
character, whoso only purpoto con-,"
viua UIUIJUIIU 111 Ull lUl-miut-IJ 1VIIU
progreoi here from the. Kalniukl
LanJ Company to the Japaneaotistt-
erman's Association -that n effort
should be made to make a donation
mmn.-ilf-it ponnnl " .
"I really donlt know what to sug
gest In this connection, but feol that;
as the time is now getting very close
something will Ut to be dono. uu
none soon. t
"I wish Bomeone could be fotinif to
further this matter aud' stir 'up, pub
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eloquent tbau the fMeiim
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