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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO., 4837.
lO.PAQES.-HONOLULU, TERRITpBy OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1910. 1G PAGES.
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SAN JUAN DEL SU?.. June 4.
News reached here todary that Wil-
liam tittham, on American encin- '
eer who laid find handled the mines -(or
the insurgent forces of Estradi,
at Blueflelds, hits been wounded and
captured by the Madriz army. It is
stated that Fittham his been order
ed before a court-martial
of Madriz officers.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4.
The State- Jjenartmuit was today of
ficially informed of .the capture of
the American engineer Fittham by
the Government forces of Nicaragua.
Cables were immediately forwarded
to tho Madriz government demand
ing;' fairtrefctmentforthe man.
Knowledge 0 n
The hard nnd fnst niguraents niado
by Ileproscntntlvcs In w cklng for tlio
right of ttio land InwH of Hawaii as
bot forth In llio debate over tlio
amoudincnt-to ttio Organic Act In tho
llouso In a guarantee! that (ho licnt to
bo had Is t,lio awarded to Hawaii.
Following l tho continuation of tho
There Is no doubt but
more is no iioiiut mil,
what tho Torrltory of Hawaii Iihh tho
right tn provldo for tlio rondoninutlon
of property for a public uto. Hut tho
question has often arisen In Irrigated
regions wliotbcr tho building of
canal for tho Irrigation uf a tract
owned by nn Individual or owned .by
an obbnclutlon irv corporation Is n
public HBO. In tho legislatures or tho
Western Statea they provide that It
Is a public use, ami the courts, havo
bo declared tba't If tho laud bo ownod
by an Individual, If ho nooks to build
n ditch miles across binds of others;
that that carrlago, of waiter across
lands for Irrigation of his. tYact Is a
public uso', tn tho senro that It Is a
benefit Jo all Uiu public to havo tho
Now, my understanding of this pro
viso was, to make It clear, that tho
(Continued on Page 10.)
Tho 8ugar Factors remit L total shin-
fincntB of sugnr from December 1st to
)date at 175,010 tons. Of theso ship
nienta 155,200 tons havo been sont tu
iho eastern mnrkets by tho Mhlntis of
Tehuantopeq and 21,200 tons by Capo
Horn sail. To tho Pacific Co.it-08.U)0
tins havo been shipped. Of tho total
shipments meutloned 15.000 tonj aio
still afloat. '
Mrs.' Tlobecca Kawabpin, mo ner of
pv. Mokes K. Nakulni o. this cllv,
Hi il lant Nilght at Knkm'ui at tho age
of 68 yearV The funii:! services "lll
bo conductWl ut tho Williams Under
takings piiMora. on lnl mreiil tomur
row afternoiVn at 3 o'clock Tho Inter
ment being ut Nuuauu enactor,
UNDER THE SPELL OF THE
Are Now Selected
Kit Of Pictures Will Figure
In Woolley's Island -
Tho chief speakers and lecture
havo been solcctcd by Agent Woollov
,u,, '" wl" wxm l'csl" tl,clr work
of endeavoring to swing tho liawall
nn voters Into lino behind tho ban
ner of tho advocates of Woolloy leg
islation In tho Territory of Hawaii.
1lin Man mitin hfIH mmnt llin ctiniiii
In behalf of Woolloy legislation are
Fred Kahapula Deckloy, IC. K. I.UIka
lanl, William Whlto, D. Kalauokalanl
Sr. and P. W. Rider, supcrlntcniicnt
of Kakaako mission,
Tho aiKiakors named will tour tho
Island and dnrlng tho peregrinations
Mr. Ruler will bo accompanied by a
kit of pictures illustrating tho dopths
of misery Into which a man may fall
If ho becomes an Inebrlnto. It Is stat
ed that theso pictures aro designed to
glvo the man who drinks anything but
lco water palpitation of tho "heart.
The prohibitionists are now'plannlng
tholr campaign lt. oarnest und Wool
loy will soon go to tho other Islands
In tho Interest of his campaign.
Escaped Prisoner Pays
Penalty For Brief
There has been added unothor
j ear to tho prlglnul sentence Impos
ed upon one Louis Martini, who
some months ago was sent to the
Martini's second escape from tho
tolls was of brief duration. He was
recaptured last night by Officer Mill
vlelle, who spotted tho levanting.
Martini ,near KuKul and Vineyard
Tho escaped prlsqner offered ln
leftlstniii-o when placed tinder arrest,
Thla morning he Hppenrod boforajLTD,
T ' ' ' . -
PROMISES "HELD TORTH BY-THE AGENT OF PROtthHTION 0R THE
INSPIRED THAT IT PAINTS PICTURES 'WITH ITS TAIL.
Judge Andrndo at pollco court,
IicIub Hio second attempt of
' f n . . '"""'T.'. .,
court sentenced lilm to nn addition
al JMr of penal rervltitde. Mnr
tint uon has hftccu months mark
ed up against Mm In addition to tho
original sentence of ono )ear. Ills
BrJ a"Bmvl- escape brought forth
Wbnii Jtfdgo t'Andrndo sontonced
Murtlul to one jear additional jail,
(lie prisoner remarked: "Ono oar
n,nt0. ch w. ' w"l P aealn
"r a weuK "r fo- nn" lnon " can
give. me one more car If jou llko."
Jailor Ascli, upon hearing this,
mled and Bald: "Well, wo' will
too whnt Mr. Martini will do whon
he gets outBldo w'ork onco moro. I
don't think bo will havo much
chunce of making any moro appoint
ments with his nung lady at
Iraiit, not for a couple of jcars."
FOUR SLAPS COME HIGW.
Nakayamn, a Japaneso engaged In
tho unpirasant pnstiuio of Mapping the
feuttires of u Chlneso ov nor of a Hhii
otu.l an, I toi hs ntt'ipipt to dlsflguro
tho Cclcstial'a face was placed under
arrest Jmlgo Andriido heard tlio caso
nt pollco court tils morning. Naka
ynum waa lined tin dollars and tho
In addition to writinc policies that
coyer Loss or Damage by Fire, we
havo a special poliev that coven
LOSS or damage to the Automobile
insured by being in Collision with
any moving or statiorfarv oblect.
LIABILITY for damage to the party
of others caused by collision.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
P . vj-
Tont May's Estate
Constitutes Trust For Benefit
Of His Children Local
Five hundred and thirty thousand
dollars Is tho value of tho property
left by the late Tom May 1500,000
porsonal pn.perty and $30,000 real
esta(o according to bin will which
was tiled this morning, tho will
having been made August 23, 1902.
Judge llobliibou, upon petition ot
Sauford I). Dole, P. C. Jones and J.
il. Henderson, this morning
pointed P. C. Jones as spoMul
mlnlstrutor or.the rstuto pending the,
proving of tho will and tho appoint
ment of trustees under its pul
sions, which will occur on July 11.
Ilond of !J!i, 000 was required by
tho tourt from Mr, JoiTe,, If having
been shown that thore was "n de
posit nt tho Ilauk of Hawaii $10,
000 In cash belonging tu the estate,
und thnt tho quarterly Incomo from1
stocka and bonds bold by Mr. May
amounted tu over 17,000,
Julia A., Arthur II,. James P.,
Veru S, Gerald II. un(l Cjrlt W.,
sons nnd daughters of tho deceased;
llrltlsh llouovolent Society of Ho no
lulu, American I'ruto.stunt Kplscopnl
Church of the United States of Amor
Ira In Hawaii, St. Clement's Church
of Honolulu, Mis. Laura foreman,
Mrs. Mary L, Wallln, Mrs. Fanny
Ilalrd and Hmlty May, besides the
widow, aro tho devisees and legatees
under the terms of tho will,
Tho bequests In order arc. first,
that tho llrltlsh Ilenovolent Rocloij
uf Honolulu receives $500; second,
tho American Protestant Hpfscopal
Chur'h of the United BtntoBof Amer.jhls morning after granting a ill
lea In Hawaii, !!500, which Is to vorco to Kulala Nuhulu from her
be Invested permanently for the hutbaml John, oti tho ground of ex
uipport of the church; third, St.'trenie cruelty., ,
Clement's Chuich of Honolulu, $3,-1 It appeared from the ovldence thnt
BOO, which Is to bo lined, for tho'tho two young people were forced
pajmont of tho church debt, provld-jlnto a marriage In January of Inst,
od, however, that If tho debt does year by the uncle of tho groom, tho
not amount to this amount at the jirldnnt (hat time being fifteen ami
time of tho docoaso of tho testator, 'the gtooni but sixteen years of ago.
whatever remains goes to. the Bec- Married life didn't agree with tho
oiul beneficiary; fourth, his sister man In the cacr, and, once a month
Laura receives J1200; fifth, each of or ofteper he took hla pto put on
tlin four othr slslera receives IB, Hie girl by beating her fp In good
000; sixth, to ithe widow gets the riinpo,
homo apd lot on Klnuu St., Ilonolu-, Judgo Itoblnnoii stated that there
In, and II olner pieces of real estate; ought to bo some way of making
Hoveuth, nil the residue, of the es-
(uie ieii, goes io ue mrcu Tiunuuia -
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' rHfr . r n
JFEW. TEE JlLINDPIO-ISiSO
tratnrs,, Dole, Jones and Henderson,
to lie Invested for tho benefit of the
children, the Incomo of tlio Invest
inert of tho life Insurance nt 10,
000 going wholly to the daughter
Vnra. Tho Income, from other prop
erty Ah to bo ro-clved by tho tnis
tecs until each of tho children aro of
ago and then paid directly to them
Itnntl nnpli flf llin untm utwl ftntifrlitnru
attaining In tho ago of thirty, tho
ioiui ueqursi is 10 ua lurncu over
by the trustees for thoin to use as
they sco nt.
In regard to his wlfo's bequest,
tlio will recommends that 125,000
of It bo Invested In nrltlsh Consols.
Ooldle (1, flurnoy, A. H. Proscott
and V. F. Iloyo wcro tho witnesses
to tho will.
SHOULD BE SPANKED
Baliff To Administer
- To Children
"I wlljh these two children could
bo tnuud) spanked by the bailiff
0f (his lourl,'" eald Judge Hublusoii
such people realise that marriage
- waa a soiepin aiuur nnq luacWi.uu
. .. . ...,.!
'ft OPINION IIP
Ilamakua Senator Will
PEOPLE WILL SUFFER
"I am upiKwcil to pruhlMtlivi, i
linm ronwniH for stilling fo, They urn
liiiHrinnt from the lluuallau jmim or
lew but I win not ut this Hum stitn
what they are. The II iw.dhns will
know, li(iwcer, when iic proper tlimi
comes Tor me tu gu out and till them
... ,.m tit,.,, ni,,.l (lT,,TH ll
Hawaii madn tho nlmvo Ktatrnirnt Ibis
morning Ho said that his opinion or
tho prohlbltlnn effect In Ilamakua dis
trict s Hint tho nutl prohibitionists!
would carry twothlids of tho otora
on election day.
Mahekap. wUo.hnBbocn In town f..r'"CAM in U,C b'B ltdS"C BamW
... t...n .,, ,...,; ,.,, ,,,n litltll, .'(I
the steamer Manna Kea, sailing n?-.t
lUhnn nlnl ....nll.H I .- .-...
a flttV I ,tl U.III loot... tnm I.I.. I... n.
...tit, sr.-,, ..Jfl-Mll-I ,l Will IIUU
ii.. i . ., i.i. .w . -.,.,.- .i.
prohlbltlonlsls or tho antl-prohlbltlon-L Ameritin Cleveland 2. Washmu
fists, tbrSenntor stated most empbat 'ton 8; Chlroco 2. New York 3; St.
J tcally that he was not.
I Makekuu, .when asked whether he
, would go out nndwork for tho anil-
prnnibitiontniH, replied that ho waB
opiKised to prohibition and therefore
naturally ho would opioso tho Wool
Disowns Letter Over
Signature In Home
(Special Bulletin Wireless.)
WAILUKU June 4. Judge Kcpo-J
jcai aeciarea too ay mat ne,uiu not
write the letter that nnnears over
his sipiaturc in yesterday's issue of
the Kuakoa Home Rula,
Tho letter which Judgo KepMlknl
now denies as authentic wns pub
lished )csterdiiy and stated that tlio
writer whs ready unit willing Io boi
omi u i-nnillduto fur tho olrjie of
County Attorney of Maul un tho
Honubllcnii ticket. Tho letter fur
ther Btnled that If ho wns unablo tu
,ecuro tlfo Itcpubllcan nomination
i lie was ready to accept a fusion
nomination from Home Hulcra nnd
TO TO TOWNS
MONROE, Mich., June 4. Prcsi.
dent Tnft was the orator of the day
ns well as the truest of honor at the
unvciliup; here of a monument to
General Custer. From this city, he
proceeded to Jackson Where he dedi-
cattd a tablet commemorating the es-
tablishment of the Republican party,
WASHINGTON, June 4, Tho
House today passed the Sundry civil
It's better to bo correct than It Id
to bo (oi reeled.
I Hven h short limn mav hao his
it n n a tt rt k n n n it u
I ..,. , , .,
i.lillrlrm, urflrn (tinc-lml nu IIiba turn
" ,MV'"' ""
(nau noon, ana, quarreicu iq bucii a
manner, tney miguto bp separate.!.
mif owmmi) iuuty-ti, uiuu ucniK
lurnca loow ngMh. .;. ti ,.
CHICAGO, J"unc 4. Victory for
the v.cil.inj men through the plan
of arbitration v;-S5 (lie result of the
mcM'r.aMons of the Trdcral Boinl
rf Arlnliation tltat took up thf tliff-
crcnccs between the Western rail-
nad men and their cmplovCH.
The decision of the Boaul jnnts
the cngincmrn of forty nine western
railrrnds and advanc. in wages of
twelve nnd'c half per cent.
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special nTTlotin Cable.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 4. The
: tonal Hew York 2. Cbicinnati
.8: ri;ak!yn 0, PiltslmrR 4 Thila-
lolnl.! A CI T....!. I. Tl- -- I
-. V ' "" "Ua,a l JJWJIU" 1,
.louis u. lioston a; uctroit io, nu
Standlrn of American League, June 3.
Club. s - XV. U VcU
Philadelphia i 25
New York '.. 23
Uotrolt ...., 21
Chicago ,i. ........ 11
St. Louis .. 7
1 .1 33 i
Standlno of National Lcjrjue, June 3. (j
New York .,
. . 20
. .. 23
r . 10
tit. Ixiuls ,.,
Nic, Juno m 4-
"-4hc forces of the Mrjdrtz government tl i'
und the insurucuts nrc now In, prnc-
ticnl contioi of tc aituution,
lipncral Kama has Been urfeatca
and his fortes put to rout. fOcii-
ctnl Clia,vurria of the (luvcrninent
fores is usint; Ins utmost efforts, to
escape enpture by the pursuiif In-
surcents. His men aro scattered. .
The absolute defeat of the Madn's ;
forces may bo urdctstood bv tho or-'
dcr of th; Amciirnn Consul, issued.
here today, that vcssebi brinpnuim-"J
Worts to the tounlry slinll pay the
customs duties to the irsurpent pov-
SAN FRANCISCO. Jnno 4
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 4d,; parity,
I Tho mothers of fiomo Elrl8uut
. . r . '.
nac fliort memorlca. or oisoatlioy
woro -00li wlu,n JounB that .,,
,,Ml,.t ,, watchE tj