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Kutati , June 13
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4038.
10 IPAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAn. MONDAY, JUNE 0. 1010,-10 PAGES.
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JOHN MOIR DEO
SUMMER SCHOOL PLAN IS
Moir Supports JohnSOII IS
Present LaWj0 m&
.Plantation Manager Against
Prohibition Hilo Labor
(Special Correspondence.) '
HILO, Hawall.June 3. "I think thnt
tlio liquor law which Ih now on the
statute books- Ih the very dent tlut
ran bo had on the subject."
This statement was mado the other,
day by John T Moir, manager of the
Onomca plantation, .and chairman of
tlio Board ot Liquor License Commis
sioners for the Island of Hawaii. Tim
local License Hoard has been a suc
cess. Every one has confidence In Its.
ability to handle the situation to the
full satisfaction and benefit of the
community. It lias demonstrated now.
well tho present liquor law may bo,
tnnrto to work provided It Is carried
Into effect by an efficient board of
Thank's largely to tho board of coinj
Of Summer School
Give Teachers Opportunity To
Secure Certificates Plan
In speaking of the work of the
summer school to bo held during July
and August Superintendent W, T.
Pope of the Department of Public In
structlon had tho following to say
"Hack reports of the Department
of Public Instruction of tbeso Islundx
mention various kinds of work that
have, been taken up to Improve the
teaching forco. In fact lpast of the
early efforts In Hawaii were to train
teachers rather than to educate, the
youth ot tho population. Wo find tnut
the most contploto organization, and
perhaps the most efficient summer
sessions for teachers held In this coun
try, wore b'etween tho years 1898 and
1903 after tho establishment of the
Territorial Norman School which nat
urally united tho energies and -lod
the 'way, Records ot a number of
these, summer sessions show that they
were well attended and did very effi
cient work. The Instruction consist
ed ot class work, lecture courses and
practical work. They wore financed
to"Bome extent from, tho Teachers'
Pay Koll. In a few occasions special
appropriations were made, for sum
mer sessions. Tho last summer ses
slon was during the1 summer ot 1903
and cost about )1,500. Since that
time no appropriation has been mado
o Legislature and the Depart-1
has been unable to ko tho,
amount from tho Touchers' Pay Roll,
The Department of Public Instruct
tlou has ever folt the need ot a sum-
TOM QUINN APPEARS
AT POLICE COURT
Tom Qulnn onneared In court this
morning charged with heedless drlv-l
Ing of an automobile. He was de-'
fended by Attorney J, Llghtfoot, nnd
tho prosecution was conducted by; A.
M. Brown, assisted by Judge Humph
The first witness called was Lum
Bung, the Clilncso who was thrown
out of tho wugon when Qulnn Is al
leged to havo lilt it with Ills nutomo
. ' (Continued on Page 2)
mlssloncrs there Is no "liquor prob
lem" In tho ordlnnry sense of the
word on this Island. Still, Moir be
lieves thnt tlio situation could ho Im
proved, good ns It Is, If tho community
would lake nn active Interest In tho
"However, the 'citizens should be
stir themselves and take more of an
interest in the matter," continued
Moir. "In all the -time the board
has existed there have been no pro
tests, but if the parties interested in
any case would si?n a petition to
brine their complaints before the
board, we would take action."
Mr. Moir was asked whothor the
Board had decided to take, at Its com
ing meeting, more rigorous steps In
(Continued op Phko 3)
mer session but owing to the rapid
development o fthp school system nnd
small appropriation for teachers' sal
nrles, tho summer sessions were, dis
continued, trusting that the teachers
would get all their training elsewhero,
that tho appropriation could be used
for direct scrvlco to teachers.
"Wo aro at present neat is the closo
of another school year in a country
teeming with prosperity. The public
school system Is attempting to develop
ns woll as other Institutions of the
Territory. Our Intost report of tho
imi i report or no- 2 New y fc g gt L , j
?tL. ?incinnati l- oth"
shows that there
the teachers there aro 37C women and
104 men. Hoys are In excess among
tho pupils, there being 11,049 boys
and 9,112 girls.
"Wo nil wen know that there ls
probably no placo on earth whero j
there Is a greater diversity of nation-
alltlcs. Wo find Hawaiian, Part IIa-
wall, American, British, Oerman, Por-
tuguoso and ("Scandinavian all teach-'
Ing tho English tongue to as many
8B 12 different nationalities In tho
samo school. Most of these teachers,
with possibly tho excoptlon ot some!
of tho American and British, havo
been brought up In the Hawaiian
schools as subjects of the United
States. On the whole tho teachers of
the Islands are an extraordinary corps
in whnln tho tnnehers ofi
of workers, devoted to their occupa-
tlon of applying a Bystem of education
Continued on Fan 4.
IN FROM COAST
Angola ot commerce and mission
aries of tho gospel Intermingle on
board tho palatial Japanese liner
Tcnyn Maru which has arrived at Ho
nolulu and .will lay oyer at tho port
until tomorrow morning.
It Is a small but very Interesting
company of through passangorR who
are making the trip to Japan ports
and Hongkong In tho euro ot genial
(Continued on Faire 2)
URES FOR PRESENT LIQUOR LAW
SAN FRANCISCO, June 6. Jack
Johnson, the negro pugilist, who is
to fight Jeffries on the Fourth of
July, announced today that he would
be his own manager until after the
Johnson has a reputation for get
ting into trouble with his manager,
I and thus far no one has been able
to handle him .What effect this will
have on his irosnects for success re
.mains to be seen.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 0.
Railroad 'legislation and executive
action in connection with the rail
roads is uppermost in the minds of
legislative and official Washington
President Taft today held a long
conference with the presidents of
three railroad corporations,
CHICAGO, June 6. The legal rep
resentatives of twenty-five Western
roads met in conference in this citv
today for the purpose of formulat-j
junctions. Durinir the meetine.
j which will last several days, a chief
counsel will be chosen.
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.) '
SAN FRANCISCO, June 0. Big
league scores for today's games are:
National Philadelphia 12. Chi-
American St. Louis 1, New York
2: Chicago 1. Boston Q; Detroit 4,
Washington 1. Other games post
poned. SUndlnn of American League, June 4.
club, W. L. Pet
Philadelphia 25 10 .711
New York 24 11 ,685
rjortolt 22 15 .694
Boston v2l 15 .583
Washington 15 22 .402
Cleveland ,.. 14 19 .388
Chicago ,..., It 20 .354
at. Louis 7 27 .205
atandlna of National Leaaue. June 4.
I Now York 23
(Cincinnati liiil'XJ 24
'fiMnnr'n .:'..??. A- 2fl'
nln. ! - . t Tl I 'oi .
putsburg .,..'.,, 18
St. Louis , . is
Boston ,... 17 24 .414
Philadelphia ...... 14 25 .358
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.')
LONDON. June fl. The Roosevelt
party lunched today with King
George V, and Queen Mary.
i SAN FRANCISCO, June 0.
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s, 7 l-4d.; par
ity, 5.12c, Previous quotation, Us,
U. S. USES STRONG
HAND AT BLUEFIELDS
IV " c r
VHJjNp' 2iHttL wWM1 '
WASHINGTON, June 3, Commander W, W. (Winer, U. 8. N command-
Ing officer of the iMnbo.H I'mlucah uaw at Blueflelds, Nlcurugim, served no-
tlce on the two factions that no fighting will bo allowed In the cny of
Itlnpflf.lilR mill Hint nnh uiir.lt nrn.,,.1
bo ullnwed In Illuelleldn as art necessary for liollclng the town until a i
stable goiernmont Is tktalj'.Uhed. Commander Ollmer will not allow Senor
AriOB, tho commander of tlio steainshhi Veiius. to bombard the city, as
there Is no urmed force In Illirflcld. Such u bombardment. Commander t
Ollmer belloes, would only result In the unnecessary destruction of the
Uvea and property of American mid other foreign non-comhajnnts. Sonor
JVrlus sered notice 'on tho roMilullonnry forces that he Intended to bombard
the town If tho lnaurgenta did not tin render. Thomas P. Hoffnt, American '
consul at Blueflelds, adtlsed the stato department that the Venus has 300
men and mounted guns on board. A demand for thf surrender of Blueflelds
and the customs house was made through, ,tho . gunboat Pad)icah and tho
American consulnto. Ho also reported that Senor Estrada, prosldrnt of
tho prolslonal government, had replied, refusing surrender. Tlio steamship .
Dictator of New Orleans was prevented from entering tho port by tho Vcn-
us, which established a b'ockndo tl ero.
Tho debate In the Hoiibo ot Repre
sentatives over tho Governor's duties
toward noted visitors, both national
and foreign, and tho exponses attuch
ed thereto grew warm In spots.
According to some of the Kprcsen-
tatlves, Hawaii, In the 'entcrtnlntng
line is In a class by Itself,
The continuation ot the debate on.
the amendment to the Orgdnlc' Act
Mr. Mondcll. As this now stands 'It
proyldes that any person "who shall
hcroaflBt Initiate n right under an'of
In addition to writinc policies that
cover loss or Damage by Fire, we
have a special policy that coven
luss or damage to me Automooue
insured by being in Collision with
any moving or stationary ob'ect.
LIABILITY for damaneito the party
of others caused bv collision.
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO
fnrp.w lint nTrpmllnff 100 mpii bl.nll I
these laws shall not thereafter be at-
lowed to Initiate anotlrer right, but It ,
UltlU IIIUVIIII'B IIUL Uli; Ull? VTIIU UVIU-f
after Initiates a right under any ot
theso laws or obtains tho benefit of
them may obtain the benefits of tho
laws again In tho future and such u
party Is not limited under this pro
vision to 80 acres of tlio public lands.
The only limitation Is that thoy shall
not have the right of homestead If
they own 80 acres of land obtained
otherwise, so that tho two homesteads
together might he 160 acres. Tbero
(Continued on Pace 10.)
, " .
" THE HAGUE. June 0. Professor
EST. r. 5 rU'r Z'l'Z
its first session here today for the
consideration of the fisheries treaty
over which England nnd the United
States have disagreed. The English
side of the cass is beine presented
I "V air nooert imay.
t nt i '1
N A MES BIXBY
A TVTTv TTITYTTT A T"TC1
-ttJLNJJ EjU VV AXV - JL'O
iif etrtMriTAiiT n n TH. n
CoJ Bixby WM fla na'med by jhe
President as Chief of Engineers. The
lluiar Affairs under the War Depart-
According to the statement of John I
Colburn mnile today. Prince Kuhlo
will be back In tho Territory on the
Siberia, arriving July Cth. In the)
eent of Kuhlo coiiilnHSs predicted!
by Colburn. tho part that he will play
In the plebiscite campaign Is still
problematical. Despite tho expressed'
opinion ot Colburn (hero remains a
well grounded doubt In many quarters
that Kuhlo will not be here and the
expectations of Woolley and his ad-,
vocates that the Delegate will take
up tho fight In their behalf Is doomed
to bitter disappointment, I
Woolley Is counting on the adher
Will Arrive Here About June1
17th List ' Of
Hear Admiral Ilees has recehed en-
"led ltiri.rmatlon that the cruisers
Cleel ml and Chattanooga left Guam
fr Honolulu. Juno 6lh.
T IllS should brilllZ the vesuplfl In tlila
lrt about June 17th. Their stay will'
probably bo brief, ufler which tho I
Cleeluud will proceed to Maru ls.
nl" and the Cuttnnooga to Piiget
Sound for repalts,
T,'e U. B. S. Cleveland Is a protect-
C(l crulaor of 10 guns, 3,100 tons reg-
- later, twin screws nnd 4,700 horsoiuw-
I Tho U. 8. S. Chattanooga Is also
a protected cruiser carrying ten guns;
la 3.100 tons register, 4,700 horscpow-
and Is driven by twin screws.
Following Is tho complement of offl-
c,r8 on cnel' vessel: 1
U. S, 8. Chattanoogn Commandor
Jnlin 1 MrlVinnl.l enmmnnfllni.
Uoutonant Chandler K. Jones, Ensign
PAYNE TO KAUAI
ON OIL MISSION
Few Humauma Shares Are
On July 1
Frank Payne who floated tho Huma
uma Oil Company will leave for Kauai
'tonight to call on tho people ou that
Uland who wish to know moro of
" B"orn Valley enterprise.
0n 50'000 "f "10 slock remains
"Pen 'or application, a large number
of subscriptions having come In slnco
the company wa's fully organlicd with
, i,i .n,,, n.,. .. ...,
,,,w Mtm.iu(ir, a siu Mil- nil!
be cinsci absolutely nt tho end of this
month. On tho first of July Mr. Payne
leaves for California whore ho will
tako charge of tho development work
and let the contracts
for tho con-
- Btructlon of wells.
I Laud values have adyancod so rap-
hllv til ftin vlrtnltv of tlin linlilliif-a nt
this company that the suggestion has
bec" i,m,, ,,ml ll 8el "sli of Its
nrc& bel"B carrlcd on "ou volvct-"
July 6 ' '
ence of Kuhlo to his Droernni but'lhoVI
faet thnt tho name of tho delegate., 3
i.im--i un mo mn or mo committee;, a
that has been declared to bo support-',
lug the prohibition movement, It Is4
not accepted as final or conclusive ovj-:
dence of the Intent of tho Deleeato
by thow familiar with his opinion on -3
tho question, (-!
If. ,1.1,1 fa It, :n,,w t.A1,K .... ." ..J
,, u ,o ,,, ntf lieu,,,, (tl UIK I'11 fjiS
Kent time and It Is extremely prob-Trfl
able that lh& necessities ot followlni;,
the advices bf his physician 'will ro- J
suit In him falling to return, to Ujo'2n
Territory until nftcr tho nlublscltnVlit
i!i . j$l
Far East Coming
Nelson II. Ooss. Ensign John J. Lorfl
don, Ensign Hoy L. lawman, Enslgrn
Georgo A. Alexander, Ensign Hoy I.ej
C Stover, Ensign Cortlandt O. BaTiT
Rinnan, Asst. Surgeon Harry L. Bmltli.T,
i-uast'ii rtssi, i-nymnster llnbcrt . IJ.j
Luptoii, Boatswain Charlos II, Foster.
Chief Machinist l-'rancla P. Mugan.3
.Miicnnisi tturry cjiampeno. - 3j
U. 8. 8. Cleveland Commander!
Hugh Hodman, Commanding; Lleuten3
nnt Austin 8. Klbbeo. Lieutenant Bert.i
Jamln K. Johnson, Ensign John U.'j
Hhodes, EiiBlgn Woyman P. Beehler, .
Ensign Hlchard T. Kelran. EnslcnS
Georgo W. Kenyon, Ensign -John! M.41
Schelllng. Ensign Georgo H. , LalrdJ
Knsign, nrattan C. Dlchman,. Asstttj
urgein iiernerl L. Kelley, Passed J
Asst. Paymaster John II. Ounnell
Gunner Henry Illcck, Chlof Machinists
Charles A. Howe, Machinist Marflrf'
Head of Ethics Departm't
Tokio University "Onilj
I'roressor itlklzl Nnknshlma whd
holds tho chair of ehtlca at UnlvS
slty of Toklo Is a through passenger!
on tho Tenyo Maru returnlnc tiV'liiH
pan after a tour or the tlnlln.l RhiloJ
Professor Nnkashlma Is n, graduatafl
or vale. He was met at tho stoatricjrj
today by Suiierlntendent Willis "rX
Pono of the Donnrtment nt Pnhlln tn7t
structlon. nnd was taken to tho Unl$
erslty Club for lunch by Oovorriorl
waller n J-Tear. . "&
During (he afternoon tho JupaneseJ
scuoiur is ueing taaen on an Inspeev
tlon trill nf thn nrhnnlu nt hA lt.'1
by Superintendent Pone. YlsltinKn
bolnB mado to tho Royal, formal. anirS
Hint. al..MlB rt..t... nnf,.. .-li.-iti
ibil umiuvi, uuiiu V.UIIV51; uuu rvajg
uieiioiuuiia qciiuui, t ( j
This evenlne fiirtbnr ntArllnnCiunil!
will be provided tor tho visitor by3
Governor Freer whose guest ho -.will!
bo until tho Tenyo sails tomorrow
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