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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4610
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PBICK I GZXTS
I and RnarH
Six,; Men Who Will Control
Land Administration Of
Yesterday afternoon Oocrimr Wrl i
tor I'. IVcnr signed llio commission v
for tlio Blx members or Ilia bnird of
public lands which mum piss upon nil
soles of government land bcfoic Hinh
wiles urn mode. I
The members of the board appoint
ed nro Alfred W. Carter, William A '
Kinney, Samuel C. Dwlght. Jncoli V.
Brown, Frank Andrndo and Hlch.ird
II. Trent. '
Under the provisions of the nnicn I
cd Orennlc Act tin lease of agricul
tural lancU exceeding forty ncres, or of
pastoral or wusto lands oxcuulliig 2)u
roos kIibII b made wllVnt iliu np-
I I I i mm
There will be n mar'ied chnnRO In
the handling rind treatment of all wo
men prisoners brotiRht to the city
and county bnstllo commencing with
the JlrBt of July.
In vetting aside the eeveral
amounts needed for the rarr)lng on of
tho city and county government for
tlio next six months, the Hoard of Su
pervlsors havo appropriated tho sum
of fifty dollars per month as the sal
ary of a police matron. In addition
to this sum tho police commission has
gone Into tho matter of tlio care nuM
C inflicting Evidence Given
' In Regard To
n - -Lapps -
At the pollco court this morning all
tho time was taken up with tho Qulnn
nutomobllo case. Ogawa, the Jnpancna
who was on tho witness ntund ea
terday afternoon, wns cross examined
by nttdrney Mghtroot this morning
but tils evidence remained unshaken.
Tho defense then were allowed to
put on two Ilapld Transit men who
wished to loso as little time as possi
ble ocr tho caso, J, Dwyer, a con
ductor test I (led that ho was going, to
ward town on Jils car when ho Baw
a water buffalo on tho track ahead of
lilm nnd tho' animal wns zlgzaglng
iicrijsa tlio rails, Witness did not seo
file nrcldcnt between! the automobile
and the wagon.
II, J, Andiuus, who wns working m
niotorman on anothqr car going Wal
lilkl hoatd tho sninsh and stopped his
car nbout 400 foot away from the
The piosecutlou thou tixik up their
Hide of tho cabo again and called tho
IlrltUh Consul, II, O. I, Torstcr. Tha
witness sworo jioslthely that ho saw
tha Chlneso vcgctablo wagon approach
ing tho Hxt whero ho was waiting for
u car, nnd that there was a ' lamp
burning brightly on tha ehlcle. Ho
also saw an automobllo coming along
King street and noticed that It sud
denly swerved to one side. Knowing
Hint tho pgolnhlo wagon wns thorn,
tlio witness fully expected nil ncpl-
(Continued on Page 2)
Oil CASE IS
iii ujj&m lm
I lowil of IwnlllidH of llii liojril.
Tin) board In In consist of six mem
bers npp-iliitcd hj Ihu.Oovprnor ftir n
term of four .mm, milll Ihu leglsln
lure rlinll rolilu ott.urwlso
l.ota and tracts may liu rold liy the
commissioner fur rotldenr- not ex
ceeding tlireo ncsrH In oxtont with
th'' niiroal of lite bimd, and snlwi
of government laud may he undo with
the approval of tlio bond from time
In time wliPnoer neeoisary fo localo
railroad righto of way, or other n
lerprlseH of a semi public nature, hut
all bucIi sales must be limited to tlio
(Continued on Pace 4)
AT THE HONOLULU JAIL
attention of women prisoners and a
separate coll will ho fitted up at tlio
station for tho reception of all such
charges of Hip city or tho county.
When Miss Ada Van Kirk, a slight'
ly demented lady passenger by tho
Oceanic Steamship Company llnor
Alam-da vlsltPd this port soma
months ago, her caso and Its develop
ment causod consldcrablu adversu
comment. Miss Van Kirk as will ho
remembered wns taken In chnrgo by
the local k1Ioo authorities and as
(Continued on Pace 2)
Representatives Will Not
Dig Wells For
Governor Frear'H status na n Jurist
and laujer ennio In for discussion
during tho debate, on the amendment
to tho organic act!
Ililloulng Is a continuation of thd
debate by IIous IteprpseutntUes:
Mi. Mann. I think I apeak It too
Mr. Hamilton. Not at all, Now, ono
more pclIIoii, t,ccton 10, which simply
rqlntos to naturalization, and I will
rend for the sako of brevity, so that
wo may begin tho reading or the bill.
When I read Governor Ficar's state
ment, i want tlio gentleman to re
member that Governor Fronr was chlof
Justlco of the Island, nnd I -want to
eayi further, that Governor Frear Is
ono of tho ablest, and I think many
of-tho 'gentlemen present know this,
Including ,1111' friend from Minnesota
(Mr, Tnwnoy), who Btnrtod out to
mako difficulty about a clause. In the
Mr. Tawnoy. And ho Is not through
Mr. Hamilton. I know. I wns
( about to say that Governor Fronr Is
ono or tho unmet lawyers or my nc.
(Continued on Pace 10.)
llooths for the carnival at tho Out
rigger Club quarters are boon to be
undor construction. A committed
liming the woik in Oiurgo waa on
tlio grounds jestonlny arranging Hi"
i DES MOINES, la., June 8 Re
publican insurgents won n notable
victory in the primaries today, when
they accomplished the defeat of Con-'
cwsTan Hull cf this city for rtnem-,
inatioa to Congress. Hull is a stand
n itlcr and his stood staunchly with
the Cannon-Aldrich and Administra
tion lcrcta. Kc has served ten con-
rccutiyc tenrs in Congress.
.! -JUJ rt
.WASHINOTON, D. C, June 8.
Memories of one of the Roosevelt
contests with the Senate were reviv
ed today, when the name of W. D,
Crum uns sent to the Senate by the
President as hip aunointoe for Unit
ed SUtcn Minister to Liberia. Crum
is the nepr wham Rcojcvelt appoint
ed Collector cf the Port vt Onirics
toni MORE SHOCKS,
NAPLES. Italy. June 8. Addition-
al shocks of earthquake are reported
from tne stricken districts in south
ern Italy, but no damage- has result
ed from the recent tremors.
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 8.
Dispatches received by the Stnte De
partment today announce the arriv
al of the gunboat Helena and cruiser
New Orleans at Xbku, (or the pro
tection of American missionaries.
WASHINOTON. D. C, June 8.
Frlnre Ftuhinii of Japan, who is
touring the States, was entertained
at dinner today by Prcsfdcnt Taft.
LONDON, June 8. The death of
Kincr Edward VII. is likely to have
n pacific influence on the politics of
Qrcat Britain, judging from the re
ported plans of partisan leaders,
Pjriiamcnt rcatscmbVd today and
the whole situation apnears to have
undergone a chance. It now fcems
probable that a compromise will bo
reached in the legislative program.
- WINS OUT
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
JACKSONVILLE. Fla., June 8.
Governor Broward toda" defeated
present Senator Taliaferro for nomi
nation as Senator from Florida,
jQ-"For Rent" cards on sale at
SUGAR MAN "HIGHER UP" FACES
A CRIMIMAL JURY IN NEW YORK
NCW YORK, June 8. The trial of
Chirks R. Helke, secretary of tha
sugar trust, charged with conspiracy
to defraud the Government -out ol
customs duties by false weighing of
sugar has aroused widespread Inter-
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 8. Scores
in big league games for today arc:
National Boston 4, Pittsburg 0;
Boston 2, Pittsburg 3; Philadelphia
3, Chicago 7: New York 7, St. Louis
0; Brooklyn 2. Cincinnati 13.
American Detroit 5, Washington
1: Cleveland 1. Philadelphia in- St,
Louis 4, New York 4 (rage called in
seventh oit account of rain) ; Chicago
5, Boston 4,
HAN PltANCISCO, Juno 7 iiiimi
ball game scores of the big It'iiguc3,
Juno 7, were:
National I'hllndelpliln J, Chlrngn
0; llrooklyn 10, Ciiitlmiall (; New
York 4, St, I.oiiIh !; II113I011 I, Pitts
American Detroit I, Washington
2; Cleveland li, Philadelphia I; St.
Louis 0, New York I. Olhei guino
wus a tie ut ninth lulling.
Standing of National League, Juno
Chicago . .
Pittsburg ,. 19
Ilrookl) n 20
St. I-ouls 10
1 Standing of American League, Jure 7.
Club W.I U Vet.
I Now York 2fi 11
.Philadelphia 25 II
1 Detroit 2t Hi ,01, 'i
----mkLW--W----9m ;ti W?WL1Bm92&-mmMm-------r r
Iloston 21 in ,cr.70f
ClotPlund in 111 ,411
Washington IT. 24 Mi
est. The trial of tho sugar magnate
la before Judge .Martin In the crim
inal branch of thu United Stttes Clr-
cult Court. The case, now nearly
ready for the Jury, has ucen'one of
the greatest legal battlea waged by
the Government In a longtime,
Q'PT'DC! QT? A TIT T?
OllXVO Ollliil 1 LjUi
Iir.cni.mTnn n n t... a
YViiailtllUlUll, V, Ut, tfUUC o. ,
President Taft dealt with the citi
zens of Seattle today in a manner
Attn imlifin I as 4li4 ln An Am nni tn
..'"., V "' "..". ., " 'ri"'
troons shall be determined bv nonu -
i'iiii iiii? iriiiu i-iiii-ii l. 111 iiiinr.i iiiiii'iil
Seattle people urcsentcd a demand
that the Twenty-fifth Infantry, a reg
iment of colored men, should be re
moved to nnothcr station because one
of the soldiers of the regiment com
mitted tin assault upon a white
The President today refused this
Civil authorities of Seattle are
dealing with the soldier, who has streets nnd roads of Honolulu dls
confessed his guilt, j trlct during tlm month of May. uc-
-. . cording to ,i financial statement filed
' n . ....
In addition to writing policies that
cover Loss or Damage by Fire, we
have a special policv that covers
LOPS or damage to the Automobile
; , , , . ,,, , ,,,
insured by being in Collision with
any moving or stationarv oblect.,
TTAmrTTV tm anMn 4. l.. ..
j..f- i'ijii , m iui unuiuib iu 111c pat kj
others caused by collision.
IIENIIY WATERIIOUSE TRUST CO.,
...V.V ..JVIJ JJ
In Mahuka Site1
Report That Frear Received &
Cable On New Status
flip (ioornor inlclit lne ro
K'lved n eahlpgriim from Ktihlo on tho
Mahuka slto (bnelopnient," said Hup
eriiitcnilppt of I'ubllc Works Marston
Campbell this morning, "but I don't
think that ho did."
This was tho statement nude this
inclining b) Campbell In lefereiue to
the latest development on tlm Mahuki
tlte and the McL'lellan letter, Vtnltng
that the Treasury IHipnrtiin'iil f ols
that tlio Maliuka situ Is too small for
the construction of tlio United State
I Hut downtown rumor tint the Gov
eruor rliehed a cnblegrnni from Ku
DAMAGE ;-10 STEERMi GEAR
NEARLY CAUSED LIJHLINE TO
The MnUon Navigation steamer
I.urllne crMped n closo rail from pll
Ing uii on tho rhoro or Honolulu
hnrlor near the ni.irluo railway thla
Th'o igh tho cxcrclbc of a Rno"dls-i
..I ......I.. .
pia ii n"tiiuuuiiip iii.ii iiuiui
tloi'iipou the pirt of Captain Henry
V. Wteilun, tlm vpusol wus. brought
I In 11 sudden stop and her nme turn
jed towards tho llnckfeld , wharf,
I w hero she llnally berthed ut noon
' Tho hydiaullc Bteorlng gear of the
. . -.-.
JVLAIjUO 1 U JN i!j
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON, June 8. Viscount Maid-
"on1 and Mi" MarPrct urexei,
HnniTlitrr nt Anthnnv Tlrpxel were
ISABirth Certificates' Fori
cd bv the Bishop of London. I
It wns thought at first to have
this marriage postponed on arcouut
of th" 'Icath of King lldwanl, but
.U,.c m" Kl"B .w'l
AicxaiHim cxpresseu n wish uiiu no
uti.lnl fi..tl l.af.D &lil.l. l.nal lin..n nr.
ri.iiii ini.v ,..,.in, n... ...... ...j -
rniiRpil before tho death of KIiir Ed -
ward, should ho in nny wlbo dclajcd
Itoud Kiipensor John Wilson ex
pended tho sum ot 10.580 38 on tho
1 to ilia city fathers to carry on tho
ROOSEVELT TOLD BRITONS
RULE OR LEAVE EGYPT?!
Ionion, Muy 31, QTilto unexiiectod
ly today Theodore ltonsovclt dollv-
cr!Ml ,mt ' 'onBldorcd by English.-
'" ua u Ber urniiBiiineiii 01 mo
nnt,on n Bl,(nd , rt E
Something plcttirosauq. was looked
for from thA rVirinnr PrfiHblnnt nt Ihn
. " '---
United States, but, In view of his ut
teriinres in Egypt, in which lie gne
praise In full measure to the Itrltlsh
('iourouient (or tha duelopmeut that
hlo on .May 23nl containing practl
cally nil of the Information (liafwH
contained in tlm Ictlet li tho Mor-
rlinntH AssoeHtloii Ali. tliat.upouj
receipt of this cjlilo the (!o rnor h.iJll
tho tax minus oxntiilnod w to IJhm
aluu of tho luoport tballt Vfiild
bs ucreisnr) to pilixhaso to gho tlio
Go eminent tan entire bloik
This rtport It It illrcct oprwsltlon
to tho Ktaleimut of tho Ooernur tliat
he lic.ird tiolbliig from Kiiltln on tho.
subject jiiiiI wa- entirely In tlio dark
on tlio ilinnce In tho status of tlio
I Maliuka slto. In the consldi ration of
(Continued on Pace 6) ,
PILE UPON THE SHORE!
l.urlln" beramc unnniiagc-ibte Juat-1
iboiit the time that the vcuol pasi'
oil Hi tough tho channel -in, I was
heading for the upper end ot tho
Cnpniln Wrcilon Imniedlatclj l.
L ..-. .- ...!.. - .!. .?'.
ii-iniieii iirtu-jn iut iciuub iu iuh vt-td
sol's anchors, nnd she wag bi ought
no not 11 li rent itlft.inco fiom the ma
rine rnl'wny nnd the boathoitsos'
nhi h lino the rliorc at that point.
Captain Hide of tho Mattoti.tug
Intrniitil Wllft unfrhlne lllp I.tirllllO
(Continued on Page 2,1 i
. CLOSE JUNE 30 J
Chinese and Japancscj
No More -
After the last day of (he present
month tho oftlca of thb territorial soc
luiur iii u-j iiiuu)iu wiiu u cms
' of woik which baa occupied much
tinio In tho past Ihu registration 6f
.-. ..ill ,. .1 ..i. . i.t. -'
I Chlneso nnd Japanese births
I Undor tho moUlona of a law" tus-'
ed by the list legisliitit c this woik
will bo concluded and ierpatterthei,o
will bo 110 oMIclal rtglstrntloii sucbtna
has been In Migun ier.sluru the tlm(
of tho reiiiibllc' , yjjf
The registration wilrh has' hfam
dono at Ihu si ( ntary's otllca la 11 leUl
over jimieduro from ihu work pf lha.
liiiiiiitiiiiiiiiil iiiiiuttii 111 ihu 1 vi'u'iiiin
(Continued on Pace 4) Vt
followed Ilrltluli rule there. It wnsSI
not expected he would rotort to thst'j
subject, especially tu tako Enfilandj'
to task T3
Put, with a frnnknrss that cAwti
,. ... ,, . . ,, ,. , .,'?
II mil lliuuuii luuov Wliu ihiu BttllHKim
In the ancient dulld Hall to wit)
tho ceremony of conferring upon:
the freedom of the city ot I-ondtliil
Hoosovelt declared that wlillo lists
(Continued on Pago 2)
Chicago 12 20 ,375'LTD
St. Louis ,L 7 23 .10t