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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. 10 PAQES.
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ORGANIC ACT CHANGES HAVE BEEN APPROVED
PROHIBITION CANVASSER IS EXPOSED
Amending Bill Is Now Law,
Kuhio Cables From
"President signed land bill today, af
fects Kapaa salei."
Buch won the text of a cable re
ceived liy Governor Krear this morn
ing from Delegate Kulild at Wash
ington relating to tlio Organic Act.
Askct In wtiat way the new bill
affected the Kapaa sales Governor
Krear replied that under Its provi
sions no tract of lund of over forty
acres could be sold to .anyone with
out the consent or tho laud commit
tee of six which Is to bo, appointed by
tho Chief Kxccutlvp.
The sales of Kapaa which were to
have been mado on Mny 31 can not
now bo made on that date as the
-DAILY SCORES OF
s (Special Bn lie tin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. May 27: The
scores for Big League games today U
American Washington 2, Detroit
1: Boston 1, Cleveland 1. Called
Ninth: New York 1, Chicago 2; Phi
ladelphia 4, St. Louis 2.
National Boston G, Pittsburg 1;
Brooklyn 2, New York 8.
In order to Issuo 11B.000 bonds to
build tho new clubhouso on Hotel
street, the University Club has turn
ed over tho property to Walter P.
Krear. S. II. Dolo and A. 8. Ilnrtwell,
as trustees under a mortgage.
Uonds In tlio sunn of 115,000, which
Is needed for tho work, have been Is
Buoil, bearing 5 per cent. Interest per
annum, nnd all tho property, leasehold
and buildings now hold or owned by
tho club ns a corporation Imvo been
turned over to the trustees during the
forco of the mortgago deed of trust.
The papors In the case were filed
In the Durcau of Conveyances this
morning, although tho slops necessary
or .tho work to bo done wore taken
two. .months ago,
Tho bonds maturo In 1930, but may
be taken up In wholo or In part in
1920, their date of Issuo being March
1, 1910, 'and date of maturity Murch
Tho calling of 'a public Indignation
meeting which would have to do with
the consideration of a proper enforce
ment of tho speed ordinances as It ap
piles to automoblllsts and motor cy
clists has been suggested.
This was tho sentiment expressed
by tho majority members of the board
of supervisors last evening.
Tlio matter was brought to tho foro
through n, report ,rom tho road com
mittee relatlvn to tho extension of
the speed ordinance to tako in Asy
lum Hond to Slaughter House lano.
Should tho meeting be called lt'fs
tho Intention to Invite the gcnerul
public to be present. It is then up
to the long suffering citizen to come
forward with a protest as well as sug
gestions toward the strict enforcement
of ttie speed ordinances.
Several supervisors nro of tho opln
Ion that the enforcement of tho law;n,or - ' Chllllngworth s defending
(.Continued on Page 8)
mutter will have lo como buforo tho
committee- of six. Hue tha salo been
consumated prior to tho signing of
the bill nil would have been well
nnd no delay caused.
Another Importaht provltdon of the
land bill Is that land for salo must be
advertised for sixty days Instead of for
thirty as has been customary under
the old law.
In the Governor's message to the
Legislature, on November 2 last, the
general provision's are summarized as
"The gcncrnl nature of tho bill Is
.so well understood and Its provisions
(Continued on Pace 41
W. 0. SMITH SPEAKS
ON STORE RATE
Declares Store Keepers
Cry Before They
Tho Independent store men of the
Territory are crying beforo they aro
hurt in tho opinion of W. O, Smith
of the Hawaiian Planters' Association,
In' tho courso of an explanation this
morning on tho action of tho Asso
ciation In agreeing (lint tho plantation
stores shalUuell the staple articles of
food and clothing at cost, Mr. Smith
stated that tho Jden of Injuring tho
Independent storo proprietor was far
thest from tho 'thoughts of tho Asso
ciation at tho time In an effort to
make concessions to the Iusstan Im
Mr. Smith stated that when tho pro
blem of plantation storo charges was
tuken up for consideration It was done
Holely with the Idea of considering the
complaints of the Russians but that
during tho progress of tho Inquiry It
developed (hat laborers of other na
tionalities wcro -handicapped by the
schedule of rates for staplo articles. So
the authorized change wsb not made
exclusively for tho benefit of tho Rub.
Mr. Smith stated furthor, that he
felt convinced that tho Independent
storo proprietors wcro not going (o
surfer under the change In the cost
schediilo authorized by the planters
and believes that they will dlscov'
or this to bo so In tho courso of u
SAN GABRIEL IS
The rortucuese cruiser San Ga
briel has arrived from an extended
visit to Illto and other Island ports.
.The vessel will now take on a
quantity of coal sufficient to carry
her to the Orient.
Yokohama Is the next port of call
for the vessel. The officers nnd men
report having enjoyed n fine time
while nwny at the Hawaii metrop
olis; A ball and movlng-nlcture show
have bSn planned 'by the local I 'or-,
tuguese colony for tho delectation of
the visitors. The entertainment i
takes place tomorrow evening.
Tho case against Charles Hubert,
who Is charged with dispensing booze,
under the cloak .of Ice cream, was
sent over till tomorrow morning, Sen-i
1'0, ,j0o. ' '8 ' "
BEAT THE WORLD
CREW OF THE BATTLESHIP SOUTH CAROLINA.
NORFOLK, Va., May 27. Officers and men cf the navy are elated
over the news published today of the world's record for marksmanship
scoted by the men of the bmleship Soath Carolina.
This battleship is one of the tecent additions 'o the navy, and
when taking part in the recent tar"et practise madj ia record of the
12-)ncb.'guni of sixteen, shots, all-milbrejes, in fear, minute's and fifty.
one seconds. This beats the world.
A strong editorial .warning the
Hnwallnns ligulnst the signing of
Woolley's petitions Is contained In
tho last Issue of the Ka Mnlamalama
Comment Is also made on the
Vooley threat to go to Wiuihlugton
again If prohibition fnlls to curry at
Tho editorial Is as follows;
"Petitions are now being circu
lated among the Hawnllaus asking
that they sign their numes, pledging
themselves In favor of prohibition.
"Tho Hawallans who have signed
these petitions are giving away their
privileges and thu liberties of their
"This paper wishes to cunsldor the
question .Impartially and to shpw the
Hawaiian people whore thoy are go
ing against their Interests by sign
ing thCse petitions. Your privileges
and liberties as citizens of the Unit
ed States are In Jeopardy. Aside
from tho 'opinion that this paper
holds on the merits of prohibition,
we desire to Impress the Hawallans
that It Isthclr 'duty to carefully
consider the question beforo golng'ou
"You must ask this question of,
yourself: 'Is this true prohibition
or prohibition only for one class of
"The petitions that have been cir
culated are simply a bait to deceive
you. If you sign these patulous and
discover tluit you hnve bcon deceived
In tlmo to vote as you should, the pe
tltlans can then be used na a tool In
Congress and would be painted to as
an Indication that you aro Incompe
tent to govern' yourself, with the
threat of Federal prohibition and
government by commission.
"This paper docs not wish to
place tho blame upon the Hawallans
who are circulating these petitions.
They do uot realize the Importance
of this question and have been de
ceived by Agent YY'oolley. To bIiow
his methods, we ""quote from the
llulletln of May 10:
" 'Agent John (1. Woolley, in the
course of a speech mado yesterday,
stated that In the event of the fail
ure of the prohibitionists to carry
the plebiscite for prohibition, the
work iti Washington for Federal pro
hibition would go on.'
"The Hawallans must realise that
these petitions, even If signed under
a misunderstanding, give. Woolley a
precious tool for his Washington
wor ir ine prtuiivmiMlisiB urn uei
Tented nt the polls, He will state
(Continued on Pasro 2)
WASHINGTON, D, C, May 27.
The Senate toda? voted an amend
ment to the railroad bill, by which
the jurisdiction of the Interstate
Commerce Commission is extended to
the cables, telegraph and telephone
lines of the country.
a m a
SAN FRANCISCO, May 27.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 10d.; par
ity, 5.16c. Previous quotation, 14s.
11 l-2d. '
OLAA BLOCK IS
thousand shares of Olan sold
yesterday afternoon at S,3B, and one
hundred shares of the same stock
sold on the hoard today nt an eighth
ndviuu'O, . Fifty sliures of Walalua
sofd at Ull. Kwa wont at 33.2(,
Pioneer nt 217. 50, and Hutchinson
The only evldenre ut advancing
prices In the dividend-paying stocks
was tho sale today of twenty shares
of Hawaiian Sugar at 01.25, tho last
previous sale lining nt 59. Mutilnl
Telephone stock sold at 14, The
market appears to he strengthening,
hut It Is not active. ,
t -,u:t; . ,.!! ill. i..t
f Candidates should have at teast .one
cover Loss or Damage by Fire, we 0f their friends present to look after
have a special policy that coven "1?lr Interests during the final count.
T00 , . .. ... ... I No one will bo allowed to know
LOSRor damage to the Automobile how niaily vo((,H ,,,.,, coutontant re
insured by being in Collision with eclves as a result or the last subscrlu-
., tn ,i,ii... i.l tlon orders. The greatest caro Is be
any moving or stationary oblect. iir nkwi to-op gccrct the TOte Mn0
LIABTT.ITY for damage to the party nnd 'no one can possibly know who
of others caused by collision, ,ms w" U"1U lll """"Hteo finishes
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO
NEW YORK. May 27. Dock Su
perintendent Walker and the Gov
ernment weighers Voelker and Hal
ligan pleaded guilty today to the
charge of complicity in the frauds
peipetratM on the Government in
weighing" the imports of sugar for
the Sugar Trust.
The Government has rested its
- IS RAISED
MANILA. May 27. The floating
drydock Bewey has been partially
I raised by the use of pumps. It is
expected that the monster dock will
I be completely restored and ready for
I business in a few days,
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 27.
Cablegrams received here today from
INicaraena state that President Ma-
driz and his forces are surrounded
by the enemy led by Estrada.
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 27.
All the testimony in the Pinrhot
Ballinger controversy is in, and the
attorneys beran their argument to
It Tho contest department of the tt
M Bulletin will bo open -this tt
tt o veiling 'from 7:30 to 9 o'clock, tt
tt Readers of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n who tt
tt have receipts, or who wish to tt
tt pay their subscriptions In order tt
tt to get vocs and cannot get to tt
tt the ofllco during tho day, will find tt
I tt this an opportunity to do so. tt
I tt Contestants who huvo a long list tt
, tt of subscriptions which thoy aro tt
holding to turn In on tho last day tt
tt will help to greatly lessen the tt
tt congestion In the contest depart tt
tt ment by turning In tlio lists to- tt
tt night. it
tt ( tt
On tho next to the last' day of the
Yosemlte-Callfornla Contest tho can
didates and their friends are extending
every' energy thoy possess to gather
up siilllclent votes to secure the great
All tho arrangements for tho count
tomorrow evening havo been made. In
addition to the count commltteo an
nounced earlier In tho week, Chas
Marques of tho Ofllco Supply Co. will
aid the commltteo In summing up tho
(totals with a lliirroiiKh's Adding Ma
All clmtostants and others Interest
ed In the outcome of tho contest are
linked to bb present at tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
omco wnen me nnai count s macio.
mo count tomorrow evening, tuo re-
, suit of tlio count will be announced In
all tho prominent amusemont houses,
Secure Hawaiian Names Under
Pretense Of Census
What appears to be a deliberate
pian ai Deception upon me nawauans
of the city has been discovered In con-
neenon with the campalQn that Is be-
Ino conducted by the advocates of
promotion, i ne zcai or some or me
solicitors -In the cable of prohibition
has Inspired them to attempt to se.
cure the signatures of Hawallans to
the pledges of prohibition support
under the statement of "It Is official
and must be signed." the Hawallans
not having a good command'of Eng.
Hah kalnn mA In k.ll.u. .m.4 .!.... .J
- Mv.i.y (u .v M.II.T, MIIU MMVOTCU
to retain the Impression that their
signature has something to do with
SHUULU BE JAILED
If Pupuhi Is, Lightfoot
Says In Arguing To
All the forenoon today wag occu
pied by the nrgumonts to quash the
Indictment against Sam I'lipuli),
hnrgeil with gross client, wliosu
use Is before the crlmlnnl court on
Attorney Light foot, In his argu
lient, slated that Sam could nut be
rlnilmilly liable, but that perhaps
a civil suit might be Instigated
"If this Indictment stands," ho
Mid, "then nil tho business men of
Honolulu should be In jail. The his
tory of this Territory is full of
transactions like the one of 1'iipuhl.
Take, for example, tho sale of cer
tain plantation land on Hawaii
which wnB' bought far $76,000 and
was turned over to the plnntntlun
company for a million and a half.
Those men were Just ns liable for
client as Is I'upuhl for buying an
automobile for S900 and selljng the
same for 11300.
"The clause under which I'upuhl
Is charged refers to 'one who obtains
money or properly from another
under false pretenses,' and though
Snm may hnve lied In making his
trade, that In Itself Is not a crim
I.lghtfoot sold that as tar as ho
knew, this was the first Indictment
for any transaction of tho kind he
knew of, "In the past people have
uot had the temerity to urrcst a man
for making n good horse trade," he
Assistant County Attorney Milver-
ton, In arguing, made the point that
Pupuhi had told the other man he
knew where an automobile could be
bought for 11350, and that lie would
get It and sell It to him at
to quash was over-
eiisn set fur iivnrlnir
ruled and the
CALAIS, France, May 27. Efforts
to save the crew of the submarine
Fluviose now seem without avail,
Divers report that a current has
swept the boat away and it can not
be located, It is. feared that it will
now be lmpostible to reach the boat,
and the crew will die of suffocation,
For Sale" cards at Bullotlu.
additional census work, this being par-l
tlculsrly effective because the.enUm-'
erators have Just been on their trs'v-
els In all dMrlctt of the city.
One of the specific cam that hava1
developed Is In connection wltt the,
appearance of a woman sollcl'loron
School street. The Hawallans state'
that this woman did not state dfrectlytla
that she was a census enumerator b'ut
refuted to correct the Impression?
when the Hawallans assumed that sheS
was, and allowed the Impression to re- il
.l . -M
This particular solicitor endeavored!
Continued on Paee 4.
.WANTED ONE VOTEl
WHO'S THE mli
Paving Proposition Isl
Knocked Out By
Mnyor Joseph J. Fern has, despltaj
mu:h pressure brought to bear uporit
him, vetoed the ordinance for theC
bltullthlc pavement of Fort streeT.-J
passed by a vole of four to three, A
The ordinance, which would
thorite the expenditure of approul
mately 117,000, was tossed In thnj
air last evening, but afterward re5
cued by the faithful "tour" who huv'oj
stood by the proposition through su-e
pervlsorlal sunshine and storm.
Tho Warren Ilrothcrs of Now York,
reprinted by J. A. Oilman ofhli)
rlty. are at nresent no nearer the-:
gaii In the ruff for tho inuch-covet-' 'A
ed contract thati when they first eai
icruu mo iibis ana instigated tlio vl
Hood of oratory that has been going (
In wasto In municipal hulls. '.Jl
ainyor rerns veto throws tho or-S
dlunnco back to Its sponsors'. It can'
not be taken up until five days havej
elapsed after the mayoralty veto, itj
v.... out us muomci cu, ai.or tiiu " :.J
titration of, thirty days fol1otvlngjf;l
Fern's veto, but most Important 6tA
all Is that to make the ordlnaute nVj
law, nnd place the contract for the
im n UK ui run street in tno iiniiUB
m uiu linen iiruineri, win require1;
the vote of one nddttlnnal mnm1iir.vj
of tho board "of Supervisors. ' WH
The boosters In the Warren camp
declare that the paving proposition''
will en through.
Then comes the burning question
of the hour.
Who will be tho man to 'desert
the null JjavIiiK rnnks and Join;;",
lorceg wiiii mo rour supervisors .
who wnni to see lwt street covered
wltn bltullthlc paving? '
i rur tun pint nix wutjita, Aieuitieni
A'1'3.. Aylett and McCtetlan ha
maintained a to! Id front In onno
lug the proposition, V
During the- same period, Supe
vlaflru Onw Ifnhs f . Jt a. !&'
have labored long and dlllgently.'for:
mo mi tcug ui i ll fir urulllaMvV. 1 D '
flRl,t ,,B" Ueen n ,,,lrUd one- 'T
it. -... .s l...l IS idlJV
i ne tmev Dupeivisurtt who uP
posed tlio paving ordinance havo
never 'lost an opportunity of making!
a public declaration against' tbsJ
award of the contract to Warren!
Aula has Insisted, even a
s last evening, that he was against?
the nrdlnnnco because "It was rail-
roadod through the Hoard." He
wanted, to sea money spent whe
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