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Korea May 20
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10 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1010. 10 FADES.
PRICX I GIXTfl
MILLIONS M001--EDWARD VII.BORNETOTOMB
PEARL HARBOR ITEM SAVED IN SEJNATB
LONDON, Mny 20. Remains of
the late Kinpj EdwRrd VII. were
beme to their last resting place in
the Albert Memorial Chanel today,
with most solemn and imposing cere
mony. A tremendous mullituds thronged
the streets alone which the im
piessivc funeral procession moved.
Fallowing the catafalque in the line
of march to Westminster Hall sta
tion,, were nine Kinps of European
countries, accompanied by royal fam
ilies, cx-Prcsidcnt Roosevelt of the
United States and a lonp; line of dis
tinguished citizens, from all parts' of
Funeral services conducted by the
Archbishop of Canterbury were held
at Windsoryivhere the body was en
tombed beside the remains of King
Edward's eldest sen, the late Duke
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
- SAN FRANCISCO, May 20.
Big league scores today arc.
American Boston 4, Chicago 2;
Washington 1, St. Louis 1 i.'rame
ended on account of rain); New
York 3, Cleveland 2; Philadelphia 5,
National Cincinnati 3, New
York 7; St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 8
(twelve innings), Jill other games
SAN FRANCISCO, May 20. Re
ports from the1- various astronomical
observe! s show general agreement
vamong them that practical!;' all of
Xhc tail of Hallcy's comet nas now
passed by the earth. There is much
doubj that the earth passed through
the comet's tail, as predicted and
confidently exnectcd by tho astro
WASHINGTON. D. 0., May 20.
Congressman HcKinley, in n speech
delivered in the House today, urged
the necessity of protecting American
industry against the industrial ex
tension of the Japanese.
NEW VOTllf Mnv 20 Former
Governor Rollins of New Hampshire
was before the United States Court
here today, charged with smuggling.
Rollins pleaded guilty and wb; fined '
two thousand dollars. The case grewj
out of material brought to the coun
try in his barcage.
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Tor a rousldeintlon of 13 500 Wul
Iuku Hngnr Compuny linn gold to C.
".hewer and "Company threo lot of
land In Wulfuku, ono containing 1 50
ncros known as tlio Muul enmity stablo
lot, another of C G8 acres known as tlin
Muul county paik, und n third con
tiilnlng two ucros.
ERECTED TOR DECORATION DAY
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND" MONUMENT WORKS. limited
Phone 048 180 S. King Street
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE LATE KING EDWARD VII.
KtUtt TAKEN IN
' WATERFRONT SOON
Plans For flew Wharves
Will Make Port One
of The Finest
WJtliln n uliort time tenders nlll lie
aitertlBHl for tho construction of the
now whurf on tho nntprfrmit which la
to he located next to navy wharf num
her one. Tho estimated cost of con
structlon pf this wlinrf Ir 130,000, It
will he seven,! feet wide and tho mime
length ns tho nuinbor ono Klmrf of
the Navy Uepnrtmept,
lu tho schiniu of tho Imptovcd wa
terfmnt and docking facilities the con
stiuctlon of n Kovernmcnt whnrf to
duplicate I lie Alukeii whurf Is pUnncd
for tho accommodation J)t tho Cans
illuti rnclDo'Steamcrs. and this whurf
will cost In tho neighborhood of ftOO,
00d for which nn appropriation will
he asked of tho next legislature
As the Ilrc.wcr hlock Is to ho sold
this month tho work on tho Improve
ment of tho waterfront will tuko uc
tlvo form within u fnw weeks.
Tho condition of HukhiiIu of this
block Is Hint It kIiiiII ha rcmou'd nit
hoon as pnxslhla und hy tho tlmn this
Is ilono tho sen wall will have been
under construitlon and the shed room
or the, Mutsou NuvlKutlon Company
wllhlio greatly Incrciibcd.
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 20,
Evidence takine in the Ballingcr in
vestigation closed today. Tho argu
ments will be made next week.
I'lttshurg turns to Itg haKclmll
cluh us ii hnd of puhllc servants
whose honor hint never heen Impeach
ed. Wushlngton Star.
.Jfr rmm TITEMORIAL services S
: tV W '?" & PV"? JL-1-or Jimg Edward V 11. zZmK JB
ifw' 'mi of?reatBritainhavebeen 'ifM
dW9A n.Je w- ' r tt-V" 4, APiar tft vHiJnj iiKiR wtK&L i f iA
SNAPiliQrr or KIHG IDtWRO, I HRAjS TiLLm WS3l S-JfJT(K' ahF Blrsl .fl'. t
ON NEW STORE ROLE
Plantation Interests Will
Probably State Their
Discussion of tho new regulation for
plantation stores to sell necessities at
tost will proliahl) result in a state
mont IssitVd'by a representative of tho
Planters' Association, outlining tho nt
tltudabf thnLorganltatlon and wjiat It
has sought, at tho suggestion of tho
Governor, to ncconipllhh.
Independents uro thus far unable to
boo why, they will not lo seriously
effected us tho new plan leaves so
much to till) discretion of the Indivi
dual store manager. On tho other
hand plantation interests claim that
the limit of goods sold nt cost Is so
bniall that utter tho. first dxcltemcnt Is
over, (hero will he no difference no-
CARGO OF BEER
' CAUSES TROUBLE
Whoso beer aro jou?
This is about tho way I.lcenuo In
upector renncll puis It nnd ho bus
refvrtueo to'tho nntl-Woolley cargo of
tho. Allien IR'hru which nnlvcil from
tho coast, containing a consignment
of 606 kegs of beer of Uis. Auguleu
Llccuso Inspector rcnnell Ih busy
trj'lnc to find out Just who Is Iho pur
chaser of thu hour but hus not el
solved thu problem. Tho Ik or Is con
signed to A, W. IJ. Thompson but lie
denied today that ho Is thu purchuser,
stating that ho Is simply acting us tho
local agent of tho Ios Angeles llrew
Ins Comp.uiy and tho Maler Drw)ng
Company of I Angeles.
Tho Mccnse Inspector expects to es
tubllsh tho legal status of tho hoar
without dlfnculty und tho complliutloim
uro presented through tho fact that
A. V. 12 Thompson does not hold a
license, which he does not den)
Tor Balo" cards nt Uullctlu
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 20.
The Senate today rcstored-the Pearl
waroor oock apnropriauon uem in
the naval apDronnntion bill as it
passed tne House oi iiepreseniauves.
The item carries $2,600,000 for the
Pearl Harbor naval station, and ac
ceptance by the Senate assures its
passage by this Congress,
N addition to writing
policies mat, cover
Loss or Damage hy
Fire we have a special
policy that covers
or damage to the
ed hy being in
any moving or
for damage to the
party of others
caused by collision.
TRUST CO., LTD.
Alakea Wharf Ready
Superintendent of. Puhllc World
Marston Campbell hns notified the Ila
wall Promotion Committee that two
well nmittlntf! rnntnn y(llliitpil nn llin
,1)I)er or KUer'y noor of the new Ala-
cn wnarf nr al lne dposal of tho
T, ,,,, ar adJolnlni and arli
is of sufficient slzo to insuro n abund
ance, of room to curry on tho irouto
tlon work planned in the ln(crosts of
tourists nnd travelers.
Continued ,on Pace 4.
MOKE THAN TKIP
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. ; Helen days from tlii.goal
! lit Iho cloho of the YoH'hille
I : Cnllforuhi, Contest, mid ono
: of th it elm puro no contestants
!- luU siorc of two hundred
j & nnd fifty- thousand votes, fpr
i ' that Is the murk reached 'III
I s- yesterday's count thy Mts.
I Moore! with three lmndreil
nnd flfty-threo votes'to sjinre.
i This v'oto total Is the largest v
j : yet roconled, unit it urpuuet , .5
s hy iilmout seven thousatid )
? votes thu totiiIof Miss Pan-
' c gelluun, the second heaviest r
v titiu, tncin is nptniUBae-1 ;
! cIbIvo In this distinction n(
f having the largest vote now
- ' lt'h tlie result of tlin week
f from Siiturdny iiiunt that
s will tell who uro tho victors.
Have you registered pour
h Details of the contest nud
t tho bioieu uro given on pago
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TO APRIL 25
THETIS AWAY- ON
Officers Believe Opium
Smuggled as Vessels
Come From Coast
As the tlnio for the slglitlng of
the Korea approaches, the retentie
cutter Thetis hus slipped her an
clior and sailed nut on a secret mis
sldn, supposedly the Intcrcoptlon of
smuggled opium coming in from the
Thero hale been rumors for weeks
that tho Thetis was hlng on look
ing for opium which was supposed
o bn dropped ohcrvoaril with u float
from Incoming Oriental llperB, after
ward being picked up by Japanese
(hilling boats which wero lying Jn
wult for the contraband, should no
revenue iiittor appear.
This rumor has been donled sev
eral times, hut it still persists, and
the sailing of the Thetis ut this time
-Jiut as another liner is approach
lug tho Islands from tho I'ar Kust
lends tutor to thn report that opium
Is coming Into tho Islands in tho
As to whether tho Thetis has sue
cieded In overhauling liny sampans
In tho net of picking up Dm lontrn
band drug U not known, hut that
s)stematlc sennlies urn being mnilo
of nil ir.ift which nro In tho part
of tho ocean lying In or near tin
track nt liners from tho I'ast, Is ad
, 1'iory flslilng hont, or purported
Hulling boat, which Is onrountered hy
the little cutter of Undo Sam's gov
eminent has to show everything on
hoard, and then n search is made
by the keon-pyod men, who have
learned to look for all sorts of con
traband us well us to help sullora
am"1 vessels In distress.
"" There Is, however, a difference of
opinion im to how opium Is being
"'' smuggled into llauull, the officers
" of the Thetis holding an altogether
' different vlow from' the one with
v whlih shore olllclals look upon the
j Hut little opium is being found by
searches made hy the Thetis crevr In
'-" cruising to the westward of the U
'''I ICnntXnnrX nn T'oit A
Metiy Go To
The funeral day of King Kdwanl
VII of (Irent Itritaln wag observed
with services this morning at Ht. An-
iIicw'k CRlheilr.il, nlttiided by a rcf
rejircxentithe gitliering of tho fifflcial
.ind Ijinlnena lifi- of llannll
The inontorl.il Mrlces liste,it, for
neirjy nn hour. Ilhhop Hcnr Uond
fli tailck l'lcrlns pii address' in
Ulilrli !' (tnlnlm.l n..t tlu. ri-nnt I.m.
Hint has b en suffered bj the English "1
Ntiip mid the world at largo in tho
.liflth of 151ns UUwanl. Iho Ulsbop
rcfernd to the grvjt nbllity that-Kin;
tMwnnl illFplajed In bringing alrout
tho rrellng of Interuatloml brother
hixtd tli.ii went for peace and good will
iiuong tho untloni Ulshup Itestnrlclc
declared that thu sympathy of thu
world now ent out to (Jiu.ru' Alex
indra )n her bcieaiement. lie stated
ifl Ino of tho finest'; women ofAthu'
s wt-re the inothcr'nf'Kfhe Kllwanl,.
JiUHin Victoria ami Ms wlle.
'The last words of the late, klni;
T''. '1 Hiliik I hare done my duty,'"
said the llltliop, "and e all know thst
hdid to the beet ot' till nblllty.' Ill;
Influence tended to prceeno th
frlcinlKhlp of nutloun and that Is u
great thing In Itself"
Dlsliop Itestnrick declared that lw
I'f.ped that the crlco today Knd tlm
lesson to he drown from tho llfd of
King Kdunrd wimld promote-;! feelfi-j;
of International friendship among thu
citizens of many nationalities tha?
wcro before him, there to honor tho
memory of Ilritaln'4 dead sotcrclifn
Tho order of gcnlc btgauwlta thp
dead mnnli by t'liopln, follow cd by
tho order for tho burial of tho dend,
mo nunress oy nis u snon and n in a v.
er for the Ilrltlsh Umpire, The uyr- 'Vvj
lces closed with Iho Dialing of II-m J.
llrltlsli Nntlnnal anthem '
mong thoso at tho Cathedral dnit
log the ini'inoilal cenlce Were: '
Iter. Canon Anil. Ilev. qanqn Ui- .
bourne, llov. Catio'i Glmpson, Itev. W.
K. Potwlne, ItcV L. Hill, Hev. W."
II I'enton Smltlii Iter 11 rirau'rn
Wallace, Rev Leofyld Kroll. Itov. fi
Yen Tct .He v. Woo Yen Uoo, Rev,
Shin Ylm Chin, Rev. ' B 8iort, tlrn
ernl I)a(a, Consul General ' UycnoJ
Chief Justice A. 8 Ilartwoll, Judg")
Wliltno). Omeriior Cleghoru HMIaiT
Consul Bchsefcr, H Focko jVenc'l
Consul Marques, Attorney Oencral A
Llndscy. lion W. O Smith, Major
Pern. Mrs, 8 D Dole, Judge II. K.
Cooper, Judgo A. tl M, RobertsoifJ
Portugucco Consul General Cnnmar
ro. Captain I'lnto Uaello and 3tarT,
Geo, Rodlck, German Consul W.Tfp
tenhauer, Hon 8. M Damon, Govern
or Krear and sraff, Col. Cooper. Mnjor
Dunning, Unit McClary, Adnilfaf
Ilecs'aml staff, Judgo I'crry, Mnjo'n
Long nnd stuff, U. If. 'M 0. ; Captain,
Kails, Capta,ln Wllboni, Capt. Marli.
U. 8. M. C ; Italian Vice Consul bant,
Chlncso Consul, Major Wlnslow and
Btaft Y, Akal, C lleilomuun, Consul
for nenmnrk. Col, i. II titnckalile, A.
r. Jiuld. John Guild, Cllvo Dalo5. J.
V, Wnldrou. W. II. Iltilrd, Geo. Cat-
W, AV Hall, who his been confined
to his home lu Ninunu valley by a
serious attack ot Illness, waq stated,
this afternoon a having showed mark
ed Improvement during the foreuoon
over his condition last night, which
somewhat alarmed tho members o( his
"Bo )our wife wanta to otoT"
"Not exactly," replied Mr, tecjston
"She wonts II16 opportunltyot'.'Vot'-l
ftr it uhn uIrIipb Thpn ttliA vrtll fin
hs she likes about It " WuThlngtou"
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