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10 PAQES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. MAY 31, lDlO". 10 PAOES.
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LONDON, May 31. Col. Roosc
velt treated a fresh sensation today
while he was sneaking at the Guild
hall, where lienors were bcintr caid
the ex-1'resident of the United States
as the -truest of the municipality of
Mr. Roosevelt made a speech in
which he took up a discussion of
British rale in Ent, and comment
ed on it in a critical manner. His
remaiks male a great sensation
among the guests nreacnt, who ex
pected platitudes. He was formally
presented with, the freedom of the
city and was the guest of honor at
n luncheon given hv the Lord Mayor.
WASHINQTON, D. C. May 3i.
A determined effort will be made by
the GommaenUunilcr-the" interstate
commerce law to enjoin,tlft West"
,e'rn Traffic Association1 from raising
. its freight rates. The new schedule
that was filed with the commission
some time ago will be effective to
morrow. CHARLES LEWIS.
TAY C. A .QTH .QTrT
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 31.
r, raVl , ",vulv"' "le cwpora-
tion tax has been set for reargnment
k lus M ictiu ui uic x-cucmi ou
?AN rHAMfllErO M 11
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BANK OF HONOLULU
New Institution Will Suc
ceed Claus Spreckels .
Wllllnm 0. Invlu nnd eight oilier
liavo iet Itiotietl ttio Territorial Trea
surer for a charter for a banking cor
poration to be known an the Hunk of
Honolulu, l.lmlteil, wlilcli Ik to have
a capital Btock of JGOO.OOO-nlt of which
In subscribed and paid In
Tim other members of tho coriora
lion beside Mr. Irwin nre C.'l. 8pald
Ing, O. C. Potter, V. M. Glffard 11
Iuts, .1. M. Dowsed, Paul Muhlendorf
II. V. Lewis and J, I). Mclnerny.
Hanking In all IIh brunchos Is ti
lie ilono by tho ilew Institution with
the exception of bslng a bank of Issue
mid oacli Htockholder Ib llahlo In pro
M)rtlou to tho amount of his stock tr.
the whole amount of that of the cor
Tho total capitalization of IGOO.OOt
Is divided Into (I.OOfl shares of a pa
value of $10(1 each, V. 0. Irwin holili
6,920 shares of the stock and the other
Incorporators each hold ten 'shares.
In tho petition for charter the foun
dera Htnte that they shall have the
privilege at any time during the fifty
years through which the charter Is tr
run tn Increase the capital stock o'
the rorporatlotuto $3,000,000 with Hi
ronrent of two thirds of the stock
holders In a sieclal resolution.
Tho ofllcera of the hank are tn be
n president, vice-president, cashier, as
sistant cashier, secretary and nmllto'
nnd such other officers as the share
holders may designate.
The board of directors shall consist
'P net JftiUwn five nor iiioro-lhan
ulcyou-?ttieXlioldlng of tent shares, be
lug necessary for eligibility to thr
WASIHNOTON, May 19. After a
debate which laBted six hours, tho
House yesterday passed the bill
amending the organic act of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii. The House declined
to agreo with Its committee's ralsu of
tho aalnry of (he Oovornor and of
members of tho Ixglstuturo from J400
to J800. Tho Henate Increased tho
Governor's salary from 15000 to
$7000 and the Hoiiho Committee In
creased It to $10 000. The House sus
lalnod tho Housn Committee amend
ment Increasing to'ltono each the sal
arles of the Judges of the Circuit
Courts. Other salaries were left ns
flxrd by the Senate.
Upon motion of Chairman Hamll-L
ion. spciuin t wns iiiso siricKun oui.
This section Is ns follows.
Sec. 7. That section eighty-six of
said art Is hnreby amended by the
addition of tho following words:
"Provided further, That decisions of
Mm emii-iiiiiii nAiiri nf tlin Tl lniV ef
llnwnll imon bills of oxcentlon from
.Inferior coiirls.iWhlch are In their na'
turo flnnl and concluslvo of tho con
(rovcrsyi imu ,0 deemed and con-
Mrttcl , ,e (jna judgments of Bald
Blll)remo court for purioscs of rovlew
by tho Supremo Court of the United
Stales on writs of error."
The clt legato participated In tho do
.halo uiul seemed ready at all times
wl,h Information. Hcprcsentatlvo
'. : "' i .v.van.a. made a par-
tlcularly goou spurcn wnicn nraw
forth c,)I18derablo npiilause. Chalr-
. man Hamilton, who has been working
hard to got the hill through, left u
'Blck bed when ho learned that an op
portunlty would ba presented to call
tho bill up.
So. Houso Joint jeeolutlons 118, 119,
and 16S wero ordered laid on tho
Mr. Hamilton. Mr, tspeawr, ubk
Unanimous consent for tho considera
tion or the. bill S. 3300 In the ilouso
as In the Committee fc-'r Jhe Whole.,
Tho Speaker. Docs the gentleman
call up iho House bill?
Mr. Hamilton. Srunto bill No, 33G0.
Tho other hill to which nttontlon has
been ca)led has alrendjf been pissed.
The Sneaker. The cntlemvi fnm
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Michigan asks unnnlmoiis consent lint!
thi) bill S 3360 may lis msldered In I
tl'.n itouso as in me uouunuioa oi inu
Mr. Mann. I thlukthat ought not
to be done.
Tho Spunker. Obiectlon is hoarif. f
Accordlrfgly Iho House resolved. H
self Into the. Committee of tho Whduj"
Houbo on the state of the. Unlpn.fpri.
YACHT HAWAII SAILS FOR
(Expect To Reach
San Pedro In
Although the hour of departure utf
for the Hawaii wos not tho most cmi
vcnlent, a number of wjll wisher of
tho Honolulu, icproseiitatho, put In
an nppenrance and g.ive chers n the
beautiful yacht got un ler way t.il
' arietnoon for lUr lolls Joiiri ey to &m
Pedro. Tho final nrraiiKemen'ts w.jre
made this morning and nil the flnlrh
Ing touches 'donr. The yi-ht Is n
good as hands can make her, consider
Ing Hip handicap that lli llrnnehj
fund, labored undo.-, and the greatest
Credit liiust.be glen to those who
made the rnco posilblo. -The Hawaii
looked irnutltul ns he lltiully sllppp
her moarlngi, and begin to ir.oo
through the water townid tho haihor
The kalunianu II, ciowded with well
wishers of tho Hawaiian yacht, ae
companlod the Hawaii for tome dls
taiice. Numerous otlnr craft sur
rounded the yhcht and many Aloha1
were etchtinged betwejd the ; "ev
that will fight for the trans-Paclrt'
honors and those who hao to str
behind Captain Wilder was seen shortly l
foro the Hawaii sailed, nnd he
pressed himself ns hou'ful as t" '
result of the rare. "Well we nro 'e'
lug for tho first part of the hi-; "
and although the llnwnll will hnv '
give a handicap to nil the otlmr vacht
t feel that we can do the trick' My
crew. will do all In their inner tf
mako tho third, attempt of the jnch
club successful. We will go m und'r
our cnUnluR ranvass, li'it 'Wimrie"
back wlth'nur racing suit, wh'ch !
larger than the other. We shouM
reach the mainland In anything mm
fifteen to twenty days and as the
race rioert not start from Sin Pedro"
till July 9th, wo will have plenty of
time to get c en thing ready for the
The Hawaii silled from the Ocenntr
wharf, nnd a big githcrlng of people
who could mnnage tn ct nway fiom
work, cheered as sha glided off. The
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CHAriES WILDER, WHO WIIL
made most of the cniwd fo-1 nune
uimi mo nir musi nave umiio ttm e.i-w
of the llnwnll silently rwiMrlng to
bring home tho "nsheh" of tho trans
Pacific cup rac" this time
Captain Wlidor has gilhercd a flu'
crew of aimtrtiri: niuund him and they
hio all cxnuiioni-tfil yJelitstucn who
w'lllamiie tho tup rhnllsngcr In the
best possible way; Koven, souls nto
on hoard the Haw ill. anil, the nimni
of the crow n-fi ns fnllowa: Captulu
Charles T Wlldort Tom King W. 11.
8trond. Harry Ilock, 11. Hendry,
Charles Lewis Jack O'Rrlen, Oeoiga
Hamilton Is In chargo of tin)
fiPTAlfl THE HAWAII IN THE
kitchen deiMitment nnd )ong Slm.t
is cabin boy,
The following wlreiefs mmsjge
"" 1'"'" relvca by the agents
Iinni I ti i O (3 Ulint
Ciom tho S. S, Sierra:
At Sen, May 30, 1910; 8 p. in.:
S. S. -Slotra. 121 miles from light
ship; liht north wludt, rky over
taBt, sea "smooth: all wolt.
J3F""l'r Sale" cards ut Iliiltetln..
Kapaa Agreement On
Leases Is Now
In conformity with tho agreement-
entered Into between the Territorial
government and the Makee Sugar
Company as represented by Gcorgo
Kalrchltd, tho Knual plantation mali
nger. & n hand this morning ready
to carry out his part of the Kapaa
program by submitting bids for the
Kapaa leases under stipulated figures.
Hut the Territorial government
rould not carry out Us part of tho
agreement the signing of the Organ
ic Act by President Tnft has Inter
vened nnd no more valid and legal ac
tion can be taken In tho mutter of land
administration except It bo through
the commission of public lands. I
I The Kapaa deal has had many
rough roads to trael but It seuuied
In a safe way to slip through without
further trouble when President Taft
disturbed It again by appending lib
signature to the bill amending the Or-
i" Upon the failure of the Territory to
put the Kapaa lease nt auction this
morning as advertised, the agreement,
with Falrchlld was nullified, ipso fac
to. It the lenses should be put up for
snle on the postponed date of Juno 13,
Kalrchlld wl'l hato a freo hand with
out regard for tho terms of the sol
. enin agrecment that formed n largo
I pirt of the discussion of the confer
j once that lnfted at tho Capitol fir a
! period nf sovernl weeks the rmu" of
which wns finally given to tho public
( The appointment of thi memM'-'
the Public Land Commission will be
made without -'"lay. It being oxpectel
"that tlieOoTonor will select thajnen
for the .four year term by mjxt .wejk,
so that the Kipaa lease question xan
I he acted uimiii before Juno IX
' The Pub'lr Lands Commission as
first ronBtltu'"J will consist of. six
persons hut the Territorial Legisla
ture Is vest "' with tho power Jo make
any numerical change lrs'ccs "fit,
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
tj . FIlANCISCO, May 31. The
scoies in tfle bitr leagues play today
I National Brooklyn 4, Boston 1;
Philadelphia 2, New York 4. Pitts
American First game, Boston 1,
PhUidelnu'a 0; second eame, Bos-
i ton 2, Philadelphia 4 (six innings)
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I0UISVIL1E, Ky May 31-Aft-er
a further search of the Wend
lings' home, follpwing the arrest of
Mn. Wendling, charged with being
an accomplice in the murder of lit
tle Alma Kellner, whose body was
recently found in a dismembered
condition, blood stained clothing
h " h'en found.
Janitor Wendling, who disappear
ed kuine .time ago, is reported to
have been seen in New Orleans.
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THE inraUlT May 31. Hearing
in the arbitration between Great'
Britain and the United States over
the Newfoundland fisheries treaty
was begun today. Tne controversy
over this treaty has extended .for
Years, and its final submission to the -
Hague court is regarded as a tri
umph for the principle of arbitra
tion in the settlement of Interna
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WASHINGTON, B, C. May 31
It is retarded as certain that Assist
ant fecrctary of the Treasury Chas.
Norton will be succeeded in office by
Mr. Caroenter. the present sicretary
to Tresident Taft. '
NEW YORK. May 31. Cashier.
Brandernagel of the American Sugar
' Kefining Company went on the stand
today in his own defense. He denied''
that he had any knowledge of ther'
"-.bv the,ofher employe, of the Sui
uuuci wciuiiiiiir uuil wui DFinir nfinn-
In ailJit.'on to writbc policies that
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insured by being in Collision wltU'Vi
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LIABILITY for damage to the parfjB
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(HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST COJS
a-. . A jH
W. H. STROUD.
(Continued on Page 10.)
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