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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 40 13.
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE 13. 1910 10 PAGES.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, June 13.
The sundry civil bill passed the Sen
ate today, and the item of $230,000
appropriation for the taritf board
was retained as agreed by the Insur
In a recent article In McClure's
Magazine, President Taft In' quoted
n b follows on the matter of the
Tariff Hoard for which the $250,000
is appropriated: "Under the section
providing for a maximum And min
imum tariff enacted to ullovv the
President to make terms with coun
tries dls:rlmlnatlng in their tariff
ugnlnst the United States there Is
this provision: "To secure Informal
tlou lo assist the President In the
dlschargo of the duties Imposed .upon
him by this section, and the. oncers
of the Government In the admlnls.
trntlon of the customs Iowb, the
President .In .hQrebx., authorized to
omnloy' such nelsons as muy he re'
.."An appropriation of $75,000 was
rnndo for currying out this provision.
"Whon I signed the, tariff bill. I
announced that I held this para
graph lo give the President the right
to securo the statistics covering the
prices and costs of production of
goods at home 'and abroad, upon
which scientific tarltfs must he built.
In September I appointed a tariff
board, headed by Prof. Hi C. Kmery,
the Yala economist, to take up till
work. At my Instruction they pro
pared an estimate of tho cost of a
comprehensive lncstlgatlon of the
kind I wnnted. I have now nsked
Congress for uti appropriation of
$2110,000 far this Investigation. I
ceitulnly hope It will grant It."
B!G CARliO BUT
Tho Mntson Nuvlgitlou steamer
I.urlluo Is sailing for San Francisco
with loom for thirty additional cabin
" There "Is n decided slump lu coast
bound travel according to tho bonk
lugs for liners scheduled to sail for
tho mainland within the next few
Tho I.urlluo however makes up on
the quantity of cargo what hIio may
lack ln( passengers.
Tho vessel will carry about C000
tons of raw sugar, 500 tons refined su
gar, 4000 cases of tinned plnenpptos,
1000 bunches bananas and a generous
shrlpment of sundries.
The vessel will be dispatched from
tho Matson' wharf at six o'clock.
JOINS MARINE '
Tho medical olllcers connected with
tho local branch of the United States
Marine. Hospital Service greatly wel
come tho addition of Dr. E. It. Mar-
, shall to the Honolulu quarantine sta
Dr. Marshall arrived from tho main
land this morning bb a passenger by
tho Pacific Mull liner Korea. Prior
to coming down beio Dr. Marshall
served as chief surgeon at tho quaran
tine station at Delaware Breakwater,
the great aitgar port on the Atlantic
, Tho mo Heal officer will bo of much
' assistance to the local quarantine
corps which for some months past
has been short handed.
-Yee Dong You, who already Is in
tho tolls, charged with stealing a lot
or harness and other things, has shown
Chief McDuffle where two other sets
of harness are located,
right unlisted men as recruits for
the 5th Cuvaliy arrived this morning
by tho transport Logau.
Way To JyLanua
Logari Brings Soldiers Who
Helped Enliven "Paris
Frosli from a spirited conquest dur-
Ing u brief stay nt Sun Francisco, In
which n fumous sporting resort
known as Tho Paris of America tig-
urcd as the scene of uctlvity, the men
comprising tho Second Field battery
of mountain artillery uro on board
the United States army transnort Log-
an, en route to the Philippines to,
commence a tour of duty covering a
period of two jenrs .
The Second Is perhaps better
known in army circles as the "Jack-
ass flattery." This Is not the first
visit of the mountain artillerymen to
the far- away possessions of Uncle slgnment Is quantities of hay and
Sam. grain. The Lognn commencid to take
The Logan was sighted off Koko' on five hundred tons of coat nlmost as
Head nt 8:30 this morning. The ves-jsoon as her lines were on the wharf,
sel vvus alongside he Channel wharf I It is the Intentloiuto. dbjpachthjt
by 10 o'clock and officers and those Continued on Patre 4, '
KOREA WAS '
AN EARLY BIRD
Captain Sundberg, and Purser "Illf
llo' Allen, two popular officers con
nected with the Pacific Mail liner Ko
rea, Jind a little surprise for Honolu
lu port officials up tbelr respective
sleeves when the stoamer appeared
off the harbor at 6 o'clock this morn
ing, nfter u lino trip down from San
Tho vosbtiI had been given prnctlque
by u regularly appointed medical off!
cer of tho Federal Quarantine service
yesterday uttornoon. Dr. H It. Mar
shall of the United States Marino
Hospital Service was a Honolulu-
bound passenger. He got busy with
the one hundred und thirty cabin and
n large number of Asiatic steerage
passengers und by evening the exam
(nation of both passengers and crew
hud been completed.
Tho Korea remained off the port
this morning only long enough to
tako on board the local quarantine or
fleers and then steamed through the
channol and was not far away from
the Alakea wharf when the launch
with the customs and Immigration of
fleers was picked up.
Tho Korea was alongside tho wharf
and the "early birds" among the pas
sengers were nBhore by 6:30 o'clock.
Tho olllrers report a flno trip down
from San Francisco. The liner brings
430 tons of freight but not automo-j
biles. The bulk of tho cargo consists
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of cement, brnn, Hour nnd mlscellan-
The Korea's cargo measures 2500
tons, and Includes 400 tons of cotton,
200 tons of cement, 100 tons of flqur,
100 tons of barley, GO tons of bran
nnd 50 tons of tanbark for the varl
our ports of call.
A mainland mull of 344 sacks ar
rived and recchod a Bpcedy transfer
to the awaiting postal wagons. Only
one Asiatic steerage passenger left
tho steamer at this port.
Dr, Marshall left the Korea ot this
point and he takes up his duties as
a medical officer with tho local branch
of the United States Marine Hospital
II. II. Itenton, the Bon of the plan
tation manager, has returnod from an
extended stay on tho mainland.
Among tho arrivals from tjitj main
land by the United Statesvarmy trans
port Logan this morning was F. CJ. V.
Cooper who takes a position as clerk
at tho jardB and docks ot the local
United States naval station.
INVOLVE PHILIPPINE OFFICIALS
men entiled to shore
soon roaming the city
Among officers and men comprising
the oigunlzatlons proceeding to Ma-
nllu Is llattcry C of the Second Field
Artillery transferred from Fort I) A.
IlusBell of Wyoming.
The list of nasscnirers Included 12r.
truvellng In the cabin and over one
Fine weather characterized the trip
down from Ban Frnnclsco. The vos-
sol brings about one hundred nnd llf-
ty tons of nrmy and quartormuster
supplies for Honolulu. In this con-
IDA GOES TO
M. Ida, Japanese Kleve Consul,
has received an official cablegram
from the Foitlgn Office In Toklo, in
structing him to proceed as soon as
possible to the Japanese Consulate
at San Francisco, there to await fur
ther Instruction regarding his future
movement. It Is. nevertheless, ex
pected that be will be appolnte I
Klovo Consul thoro, under Mr. M.
Nugnl, tho present acting Japanese
Mr. Ida would have resided In Ha
waii a ) jar, next November, had he
not been transferred to tne Man
Francisco conmi'nte. During his stay
hore he mnd many friends, who will
be sorry lo see him leave, but who,
on the other hand, ore pleased to
learn of his promotion,
Mr. Ida will lcavo in the early
part of noxt month, shortly after the
arrival from tho States of His Itojnl
Highness Prince Fushlml, .who Is ro.
turning to Japan after visiting 'In
Kuropo and tho United States. Mr.
Ida's successor In office has not yet
been named to the public.
Tho Moana Hotel will glvo ono of
their enoablo dances this evening
for 'hs flr8t clnB1" passengers on board
-i"i "' "''"
' tutlon Is extended to local Army, Navy
1 -- - 1
Actlpg dovornor Mott-Smlth this
morning received an Invitation to
the Hoosevalt reception to be held
In Vow York, '
The Invitation states that tliu
mammoth reception will be held on'
Junt) 18'tlio dale of the arrival of
ex-President Hooseveit from Europe,
and the Uatfery Is named as the
place wheio tho function Is to be
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PA88ENQER8 BOOKED I
Per f. N. S. S. Lurllne for San
Francisco Miss M, J, Mitchell, Dun
Qullo. Mrs. T. Hashimoto. K. II. Wnl
lln, Miss M. Skelley, MrB. S. F. Da
'vldBon, Mrs. J, O. Paecoo Miss II.
Decker, Mrs. S. Rhodes, Miss M.
lthodos, Miss 1. Hamilton,
Up till noon time today 551 auto
mohlles vvero registered at tho police
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. June 13.
' Sale of the Friar lands in the Phil
wcro ippines came into prominence again
(today as the result of charges .of
malfeasance in office made bv Con
pressman Martin of Colorado, I
Information was sent to the Housj
of Hearetentatives from the War De-
,nar;mcni snoaing uuu .txesuuve
aecreiar, oarocnier 01 ine rnmp
nine Government and E. L. Worccs
ter, a neohew of Dean Worcester of
the Phil'uoine Commission, had leas
ed and bout'. Friar lands.
Co?cressman Martin on this in
formation Immediately introduced a
resolution of inquire
feasance in office.
C0M0.(Ital-"Vyie 13. The body
of 'Charleston 'fas been found in
IN BIG FIRE
Twenty are dead Arid thirty injured
as the result of a fire today that de
stroyed the buildine of the Montreal
Herald. The loss will total $200,000.
U. S. APPOINTEES
The first copies of tho Organic Act
niutiidment ns -approved by President
Taft were received thli morning. The
actual final provisions of tho amend
ments that became operative upon
the signature of the President of
courso were known locally batoro, but
today's mall brought the first up
The salary Increases are as fol
(Joitriior .1,000 $7,000
Secretary of Territory,. 3,000 1,000
Clilif Justice fiwOO 0,000
AhhocIuIp Justices .1,000 V'OO
Circuit Judges .. 3,000 4,000
U. 8. Attorney 3,000 4,000
U. S. Marshal ., 2.-100 3,000
I.igMator(por session) 400 (100
The amendments becamo operative
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HILL UN KAUAI
Frank Payne, representing- the Hu -
muuma Oil Company project, returned
on Sunday from Kauai, where he sold
block of stock to leading
financial men or that Island. This
leaves it small number of Bhnrap to
be taken up as the mull from oUier
Islands brought In now orders.
The subscription list is still open
for the milo of the limited number ot
L. J. Qlnder Is an arrival by tho
transport Logan. He comes hero as Btructlon for Hie United States quat
cable spllcor and repair man under termuster department Daniel n. Me
tho direction of the Signal corps of Curtby ,was 1111 urrlval by tho United
tho United Slates army Mr. Olnder 8tales army transport I.ogsn this
Is accompanied by his wlfo.
To be hanged on Monday. Sep
tember 5, between the hours of nine
In the morning and five In the after
noon were the wnrdu which fell upon
Murderer Wj lino's oirs from the lips
'of Judge flnnford II. Dole In the
Federal Court this morning.
.The sentence nnd date were given
today In accordance with the man
date of the United States Supreme
jCourt which was received from Wash
ington on June 3 affirming the sen
tence of the lower court.
Wnne was found guilty of mur-
ilcr on November 9, 1908, nnd was
Sentenced to death on November 13,
tne execution to take place on Feb
ruary 17, 1909. Upon appeal to the
Supreme Court that body confirmed
the sememe of the lower court on
April 4, and the mundatfi'for carry-
IN WATER MONEY
Appropriations for the determin
ing of water supply for Hawaii were
treated to an exhaustive debute In
the House. Much adverse opinion by
Representatives as to Hawaii's share
of the general "water" approprla-
tlons wa Indulged In.
Fallowing Is a continuation of tho
Organic Act amendment debate:
Mr. flood. Mr. Chulrmati. I will
read again from tho decision of the
comptroller. It answers the gentle-
mar, 1 think, nnd states the exact
position of the department In mat-.
tors of npptoprlntlons of this Kind.
Under tho evlden'o of tho
above provisions I think It wus
tho Intention of Congress not
to make appropriations for the
various branches of the (lov em
inent of the (lulled Slates avail
able for expenditure lu the Ha.
wnllan Islands except where
provision for a portion of such
grant In the Islands hns been
The Comptroller of the Treasury
proceeds upon the theorx that we
should expressly state that a certain
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There aro at least "ity Japanese
1 hnnkeil tn return tn flnt Nlnnnn liv
,,, i.ar no Alan liner Korea sninnir
for- Japaneso ports and Hongkong nt one additional clerk has beon put
flvo o'clock this Owning. l0 ,luty and otler hel,, wln uecnll
ruriinuinoiithaIAJUtioClaiikniniued tn ,i10rU). to care toT Ule extra
have been leaving If lUri&'hnmbeW W()rk entailed upon the Bccretarj'i
for their native land. With tho ter- offlco by (he campaign and election,
initiation of tho grinding season on , m ,
Island 'plantations numbers dt Japan-
jeso each year leave their lobs and
insHH a pilgrimage '" iicir nuiuq
uciohs tho seas.
A dozen East Indians nnd sovornl
.dclK)rtetgilncmnK rt.w Husslans
and Clitnuso will leave4 fur the Orient
by the Korea.
Him yu nnu uignt ouicr uninoso
who have been on trial for tllreu das
ttm f it I urlllt liblit ry pit a iitti utiarii
KBmbng wa8 K,llllK 0I1 wuro ,,,
I1(mnre(1 t KMu' by the Jury In tho
criminal court this morning after but
a few moments deliberation
Coming down to Honolulu as Civil
euglncor aud Superintendent of Con
Ing out the sentence was received a
few dnjs ago. t
Wynne was brought to the court
at 9 o'cloik and It was 10:5.1 when
Judge Dole read to him the order for
his execution. He stepped to the
bar with alacrity when tin was call.
cd, and-at the conclusion of the sen
tence he returned to his seat lu the
tame bl UK. manner.
Countel for Wjnne stated -that
letters and petitions for a commuta
tion of tho death penalty to life
Imprisonment had been forwarded to
the President, and this statement
was made p.nt of the court record
In the case.
Powerful Influences are working
In Wynne'B behalf, nnd It Is expect
ed that before the da) of execuUon
arrives, nearly three mouths bunco
that commutation will be granted
.Den Kulnna, who was arrested up
Nuuanu Valley a few hours after he
had shot his mistress to death at the
dam on Friday morning, appeared in
court .,.,,, raornlne uefore ..,,, ....
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'' ', " '- v.ouri or
WM1 " lla wal"a "lg examination
liml "anted to be committed to the
Circuit Court, he replied: "I done
The murderer, who wus not repre-
onted by counsel, wulved his right to
be examined, nnd wns thereforo com
mitted far trial at the Circuit Court
The revolver with which Kulanu shot
Julia Davis, the woman with whom
ho had been living, was foufid ne
j tliofcpot where Kulana was arrested
on Friday afternoon,
Work In nominating tho election
Inspectors for the coming election Is
progressing rapidly, and In nearly
ull the districts except Maul the men
have been fixed upon who will be
on duty at the polls.
Ten thousand dollars were appro-
prlated by Congress to defray the
exnense of the plebiscite, ond this
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.".., . uo ,.um mi ujr ocuviai;
At the meeting of the Hoard of
Agriculture and Forestry this mom-
Ing. reven ucres were set aside at
Hiuiola, Hawaii. This land Is near
the beach and Is destined for a nur
sery for tree planting.
Other business of the board today
was the giantlng of three laud pat
ents, one to II. J. Lyman at Knmnlll,
Hnvvull, nnd others to It. II. Atkins
and i:. Y. Atklus, at Kaaunhuhu,
Kauhu and Upui have filed an ac
Hon for trespass ugalnst Palolo Land
and Improvement Company,
Fifteen gamblers appeared In court
this morning and were fined in dlf
I 7 I I f 1 1 I 3
m I 11 II I J
A m a. -wiv m. m. m.
NEW YORK. Jnne 13. Avjato?
Hamilton made the trip today from
Otvernor's Island. New York, to
Philadelphia and return by biplane
and added a new laurel to the
heavier than nlr mnrhlnn i.f
From Governor's Island to-Phlla
delphia, Hamilton made the trip
without a slon. in one, hour and fifty
minutes. On the return trip he wu
forced to make a landing at Perth
Amboy in order to correct tome
trouble with his motor, but com
pleted the return trio at the tame
relative soeed. 'JfA
or's Island he uits declared winner
of a ten thousand dollar prize offer-i
ed by one of the New York new
paners. , &
k The ofTl'lal dlstniKo and postal
tlnio raid gives, the .dlstanco from
Ni'w, York to Philadelphia as ninety
rnlli rf. which the mall trains make
In two hours. (Hen Curllfsjn his,
lllght from Albany to New York
City made the distance of 137 mH.eii
ItWvto hours ond thirty-two minutest!
DAILY SCORES OE
SAN FBANCISC0. June 13. The
scores in the big league play for
Saturday and Sunday are: -1
.National Philadelphia 5. Pitt:
burp 0; New York 2, Chicap 0;
urcokiyn 1, St. Louis 4; fhiladel
phia 3, Pittsburt: 0; Boston 2, Citi-
cinnati 4: Boston S. Cincinnati 2:
Chicaco 2, Washington 1. (thirteen1
innings). . ' "ii
American Detroit 3, New York
4: Philadelphia G. St. Louis. 2:
Washington 3, Chicago 0: Detroit 8,"
Hew xory a; Philadelphia 1,' St;
Louis 6; Washington 2, ChicatibiOf
St. Louis 1, Fhiladelohia 6; Detroit
0, New York l; Cleveland 7, Bos
Standing of American Learjue, Junavtl
Club. W. U' JPc't"
New York 2C
81, l.ouls ......... 7
Starting of National League, JunellT
Now York ,.,..v. 28
Chicago ...... .... 24
St. Louis ,.... IC
Iloston , iV... 18
Philadelphia ....... 10
arACiiiMnTnu tv r t... in'-
Final records in 'the' Pinohot-BalUa
cer investigation were recorded 'tei
day, when briefs were filed wiVhith
committee by the attorneys for 1B
linger, Pinchot and Olavis, ,tWl
Chow Kilo leaves tho city thlajTa
irruijuii uii tnu rvurea us ne was IOU
by Unit d Btntei Commlssldn.V.Iu
to be In tile country Illegally He 1
turned over to tho ship's skipper'
Aiursuai ncnury jusi ueiore saiy
Ten days huvo been given the
tiff by Judgo Robinson to flltl
amended complaint In tho divorce 1
of Maria David versus Petor Dvl)
Colonel W. S. Schu)ler acoonip
led by his nepbow Georgo Schu
Schneffor relunuil from thq coast
morning as p-issongera by tho