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BARTHOLDT, SAYS McCLELLAN
. MILWAUKEE, Wis., June 9. Re
publicum of the State assembled in
convention here today adopted a
platform stronglv eudoninsr the ad
ministration of President Tft, and
also the present tariff.
This declaration of the State con
vention puts United Stitcs Senator
La Follette in a D:cuHor position, as
he has been one of the bitterest op.
ttnents of the tariff law. He will
toon come before the voters in the
Drircarks'as a candidate to succeed
BERLIN. June 9. Emperor Wil
liam has accepted a decoration, of
the'prder of the Mexican"Eagle con
' ferred upon him by President Diax
A IS DEAD
(LONDON June 9. Sir . George
Newnes, the famous publisher, died
DES MOINES, la., June 9. Re
publican "stand-patters" will con
trol the Republican State convention
tf tv re"ms of the nrimaries may
be depended upon. Final returns
know' that the Insurgents were
either defeated in the contest for
the control of the convention, or
centered all their efforts on' carry
in? their nominees, for Congress and
allowed the State control to go by
The .Evening Bulletin will not be
issued on Saturday, June 11, Kame
hameha Day, .
WHAT WOOLLEYISM MEANS
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Double Tragedy Oh
Divorce Was To Be
. WASHINGTON. D. C, June 9. :
The S:nate tcday adopted the con
ference committee report on the
river and harbor bill.
Two liven were Instantly Rnuffed siding on the densely populated slope
out by ttio well directed shots from a or Punchbowl as numb and Bturlloil
revolver 'fired by tlio band of John
Akl at an early hour thin morning,
sending three bullets Into tha body of
111? wife, llnttle Akl and then turning
tho weapon un himself one remain
ing ball crashed Into his brain. Just
over the right eye, In each cose death
resulting' In less than three minutes
after tho first encounter.
Tho entire neighborhood .was nrou
ed nt six-forty ,1vo this morning by
cnnT-ricti dttp vrAtr itrnnvn
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nilT.'RA'MIJ- T-i Tnn. nlr'
In a sluggish stream down the hill
The first bullet penetrated tho wo- ' , , . .......
man's .breast, and she was evidently ,.No l fcet '. the husband of
stunned and ran. Her husband followed he ' woman had dropped In his
her up and firing another shot, hit his 'ck' " v,'llm, f " ,nre '"
wlfebetweenaktlWshoulder- blades, hl" "" " wllh MI Input. Akl
Still she staggered on, and It was the "!"' "lttc a aA Df,;r he. flr "
third shot which struck the woman In ?' .,.no ,,0 wh'c,, """""''I "n ''
the back or tho head, and emerged "c',,h
through the side of the nose Uial kill- Murder Then -'ilelde.
ed her Instantly, Akl. who shared In tho revolting
Summit Lane, a narrow, hilly nnd crime on Punchbowl this morning
crooked Utile roadway leading off from conies from Chinese and Hawaiian an
a point near the Junction of Punch- ceitry. He Is the second Hawaiian
bowl and School streets was the scene Chinese within a few" short wees
of a deliberate murder and sulcldu who has participated In a trnglo
which brought hundreds of people ro- (Continued 0n PRe 4)
NEW ORLEANS; La., June 9, l -?'j
iTanK uav:s, wno was until recent-,
lv the seietary-treasurcr of the' .J
a fusllado of shots and many persons Grand Consistcry of the Scottish A
ran to the scene found nn exceedingly Bite, hrs been indicted for embei- fi
comely part Hawaiian girl lying In ilement of funds amounting to $15.- 5i
tho middle of tho muddy rond. welter- Ann ? J
lug In her life blood, which trickled , ' $
Meetings Are Dreary
Urge Entire BiocK,
Cable From McClelian
Commercial Bodies Advised To
Act Without Delay On
Representatives To Give
fcqual rlEl(sort Hawaii with other
territories to shure In appropriations
for well und stream gauging took up
soma considerable time in the House
on debato In tho Amendment to the
Following treats on tliut subject:
Mr. Mnnn. And -ho does not con
trol the making of them, so fur as the
flenloglcal Survey Is concerned, I ro
Bret to 'say.
Mr. Tuwney, And especially those
made for the Geological Survey.
Mr. Ilutler, "Is Hawaii tho only piaco
whore the wells might be dug?
Mr. Tawney. Oh, no; there are
Mr. Hamilton. 1 only know of one.
Mr, Tawney. I know of ono place
in the South.-' I think In the State of
Texas, where we Voted money to lm
provo thp navigation of a river, and
In order to get tho water to navigate
(Continued on Page 10.)
ar-BULLETIN ADS PAY-M
That prompt action Is neressary
by the public bodies of Honolulu 111
connection with the Mahuka site de
velopment nnd the feeling of the
Treasury Department that the re
mntnder of tho block Is needed, was
Indicated today when a combination
cable from Oeorge 11. McClelian was
received by the Merchants' Associa
tion and the Chamber of Commerce.
The cable reads as follows: '
"Mciwlianta, Commerce: Cable
t Chairman llartholdt urging necessi
ty entire block building site."
Action upon this cable will be
taken without delay by the trus
tees of the Merchants' Association,
and while u meeting for action on
the cable has not bean called by
President Witldron, yet It Is proba
ble that action wlil not bo delay
ed later than tomorrow.
"Thlg Is Uie first direct word,
aside from McClcllan's letter, that
the Merchants' Association has ro.
celved on the Mahuka site develop
ment," stntod President Waldron
this morning. The cable will not
come ujl for consideration at tha
meeting of the association this aft
ernoon, but will he dealt with at a
special meeting of the board ot trus
The receipt of the combination, ca
ble this morning tended to empha
size the fact that the latest Ma
huka, site development has produced
a strained feeling between the Mer
chants' Association und the Cham
ber of Commerce. That there will
be nothing approaching unanimity
of action on theMahuka site ques
tion Is admitted, the officers of tbn
DAILY SCORES OF
TO VACINE PROD
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 9. Big
league scores ftr today's games are: ;
American Chicago 3, Boston 0; . n A is
Cleveland 4. Philadebhia 4 (game L0g3n raSSengClS ,1)13)'
caiieaj i ueiroii i, wasmngion t.
Other games postponed. i
National New York 5, St. Louis
4 Philadelphia 4, Chicago 5; Bos
ton 6, Pittsburg 7 (eleven innings) ;
Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati ,5.
Standing of National Leagui, June 8,
Feel Effect Of
have received notification from the
Delegate to Congress informing him
of the development that placed the
Mahuka site once more In Jeopurdy.
May Act Today.
There Is a strong probability that
n consideration of the Mahuka site
will be brought up at the quarter
ly meeting of the Merchants' Asso
ciation this afternoon, although In
view of President Wnldron'g state
ment ttie subject will not be con
sidered on tho basis of the cable re
ceived from McClelian this morning.
There are three other questions
of widespread Interest thnt will be
considered. The ono that promises
n strong1 division ot opinion Is the
policy of the association In regard
to the umenuniciu lie tore uongrcsi
providing for the application of the
regulations ofthe Interstate com-'
nier'ce law to tliajntorlslana traffic
This Is being strongly opposed by
the Inter-Island' 'Steam Npvl'gatlon'
Company, while D. IV Dillingham
lias appenred as the strongest advo.
pate ot tho application of the regu
lations lo, the. shipping' as well as
the railroads of the Territory.
Vice-President McLean of the Inter-Island
has declared that the Im
position of the rates to the ship
ping p the Territory Is mainly
sponsored by tho rutlroad Interests
tor selfish purposes nnd ho Is expect
ed to lend further emphasis to this
view nt the meeting to be held this
The soiling nt cost by plantation
stores will alto come up for action,
with the possibility of divided opln
the Chamber of Commerce might
have been u trifle mOre comnuinlcp
tlve In connection with tha cubles
Merchants' Association .feejlng1 thntTfo put tlle,.e doea not Beem to be
any differences probable In consid
eration of tha proposition to secure
n rpmilntlnn fnr tho emnlovioent of
mm were ici-divcu hw r.uiu, m ,,tzens only on tho works nt Pearl
far back as May 23 at which tlniQi Harbor '
New York 25
Chicago i... 21
St. l.on!s IC
Standing of American League,-June 8.
Officers, enlisted men and other
passengers who nre traveling across
the Pacific by the United States army
transport Logan and due to arrive at
Honolulu on Monday, may bo one of
the flrst'to feel the effect of a ruling
which requires the army surgeons to
maho un Inspc-ctoln of the vessel Im
mediately after sailing from a port
and to vaccinate all passengers nnd
crews If deemed necessary or expedient.
Now York 20
Detroit ; 25
Washington , 15
St. Umln 7
The continued recurrence of small
pox on the United States cruiser
Washington, prior to the arrival ot
M2 that vessel at Honolulu with the rest
.428 , of the Pacific fleet, some months ago
.375 , s believed has resulted In tho Issu
.393 ance 0f ti,e new order. ThOtWaBh
l9.lngton went Into quarantine,'' while
i tiorn anil Mmiln.il lftlatd t.nftll ttiA
T" A.BOR 0 expiration of the required period of
j ucu-uuuii, .iiicv uur uciuru (lit)
-f-rrPO 'i7YTiTryrT3rTrl4Tn flet sailed for Bati Wanc'lsc'o, the
V ,.!. t JJiiuiui iui
ltnwult'a cotton Is quiet-.
r I; but very certainly mnk-
v ivi it name for Itself among
the cotton buyers of the
country, and also proving It's-
self to bo n certain factor in
r tho ptofperlty of the Is
N. S. Sachs, writing to n
-; friend In this city who is
' Interested In cotton, says In
a recent letter:
i- "The sample of cotton you
. gave me I sent to n friend of
i- mine In New Ybrfc who Is n
S- cotton converter. He sub-
-I- mlttcd the sample to a cot-
J ton mill man. They pro-
4- nouucod the same tu be it
' very good grade of cotton,
worth from twenty-three to
S- twenty.flve cents a pound,
! nnd wnnted to know what
quantity cou!d be deliver-
v ed. In fact, my friend wrote
they wero very much Inter
's) estcd, and would like to
r know more about Hawaiian
t rotton." .
fSntdsl, Bulletin1 Cable.1 '.
WASHINGTON. D. 0;, -'Jn'rielo: ,
Washington was. released
All apparently went well until the
Washington arrived at Seattle, at
Hllo, June tf. Nukookoo nnd Moss- :
man, tho trnvollng prohlbltlonlsts.ii
yesterday held u prohibition rally Itf
the I lalll Church, the former presld
Ing. They hnvo bud a hard tlmo hero
...jln Hllo, and were not nblo to get" to-i
8 gcther u rnlly except through the
-. means of the church, which, ot
? course, had n standing clientele".;
They, also yesterduv. Ilnallv num.)
''nged to orgnnlze n Prohibition clui?
; ifor Hllo. hut onlv nnn for inpii- ttmv
,vl - --- ' r;
. I say thnt they have not the tlmo to or-
' r-nntrr. Mtin fni- u-nmAtt TIia mtlnn
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wan fairly well attended, the church
being more than half full, though a
large part of the audience was com
posed of boys from tho Hllo Hoarding
Kchnril u-lin nttanUcl In .. hwlv
Nukookoo announced that a discus.
slon of the. liquor evil wus tho purj;
IKise of tho meeting, "America has
given us the privilege to mnkethe
choice for ourselves by provldlngltbo
piemscite," tie said. "It Is up
the people of Hawaii o turn tot God
nnd leave off drinking."
Hov. August Tlrnhms, tho paPtoflotJ
the Foreign Church, was tho flrstS
Bl)fll1..tr Ha flnl.l ihnt in mnHll. i
w,.H.. ..u dm. I. mui Ul'Jkl I.IUlltil
Tto, Swte. today eliminate th.1'1 "P10, 'tiwa8i dl"cove7d Bt 5.10c
H6uM,Tj)roviiion of thtfi'Stindry,;lea,,t ,lx imionui cases of smallpox -
CivjVB.ilJexemnting labor biflniia!-,ad developed during the nlno days
SAN FRANCISCO, June 0. Beets:
88 analysis, 14s. 7d.; parity, 5.11c.
Previous quotation, 14s. 0 l-2d.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 8. Beeti:
88 analysis, 14s. 6 l-2d.; nanty,
Previous quotation, m, ud.
tions from- prosecution ''under the
AMBULANCE WAS SLOW
voyage from the Hawaiian Islands
to Uremerton navy yard.
General orders, coming from the
heads of the Army and Navy depart-
meats huve therefore been circulated.!
The Burgeons of all transports plying
In addition to writing policies that
me corpse ui in" uii;iiiu miiu iiiui- ....,.,, . . . . .i
,irrt wnn.nn lav In th lane where ' the Pucltlc have been udnlonlshed
the trugedy was committed until nl-j11"11 under no circumstances, should cover Loss or Damage by Fire, we
most half-past nine o'clock. A. curl- ""X epidemic of smallpox, cholera or j,ave a p;Ciftj poiicv that coven
ous crowd of children and others en- P'aBUe occur on board a government -.-- dam,. to th. Automobile
circled the bodies, and the sun slowly vessel and that If the regulations In JSS. or damage to the Automobile
dried un the blood that had streamed 'rce are compiled .with, such dls- insured b being in Collision with
from the wounds of" both the dead " ""' ue Prevented from spread
nersons. . '"I-
The delay Is said to have been
caused by the fact that tho morgue fcaBu of the Logun will be determined
wagon was away on some other duty upon tho arrival of that troopship
from Ban Francisco,
aud could not bo secured.
any moving or stationary obiect.
LIABILITY for damaire to the nartv
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wuai itciiuii umy u luKuu in iue. .... 3 ... ,
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HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO..
great question wus to bo decided.
wus n question which hnd been forced!
upon the Hawullans by necessity. De
foro tho foreigner came to" Hawaii the
Huwnllans hnd been a temperate ihso-J
pio, unu mey wero now to decide!
whether they Intended to remain so.S
The speaker did not proposo, to dls
cuss the merits of the question or
morals, but he would say that n raaj
Jorlty of the States of the Union hatlj
decided that liquor was a curse, unu
had become dry. It was significant!
that four-fifths of the States In
South had turned to prohibition; t
was n strong. Indictment against
Thoro were several wnvs nf Ineti.l
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uiiiiiB uu iiua great issue, mere wail
high license, making tho llcenso prac
tically so high that It eliminated tlioj
smaller saloons, und limited the evil
to the so-called "respectable" sa-
loons , That, It could be readily seen.-I
was no cure, for there would be nil
much drinking ns before, even lit
there were only two "respectable
saloons that was n misnomer, f
there were no respectable saloons -.HI
wus iiko placing n piaster on toe i
to euro heart disease, The o
method of fighting the liquor evil ; wag
by meuns of prohibition mcasuresj
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