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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4818.
10 FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1910. 10 FADES.
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CRAWFORD NAMED BY
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Supervisor Prepared For
the Grand Jury
It Is rumored that tlio direct
chnrge of attempted bribery liu
lieen made against William Crawford
by Supervisor Aylctt and that this
will be the allegation that he will
present (o the Territorial grand Jury
fli Its Bpcclal session tomorrow.
The fact that. Crawford la the
LABOR UNIONS OF
DECLARE OPPOSITION TO
CAMPAIGN OF WOOLLEYITES
11H.O, Hawaii, Juno tl. The
Hllo Iibor Union, an organization
which now boastB a membership of
about twp hundred, held a mooting
at Firemen's Hall lusj t'riday even
ing, crowding the room to Its full
capacity. Tho uVlon has taken a
de Ided stand on tho Immigration
question, and In addition to this.
Prohibition, eight-hour labor clnuscs
In public works contracts and other
matters were taken up.
Chairman Kwnllko started the dis
cussion 'of tho Vokano road matter
by leading u letter from the Hoard
(if Supervisors to the Hllo Hoard of
Trade, aBlilug tho business men to
assist tlie county o Ulcers In their ef
forts tojinake the government place
the prtscors to work on the road
from the Volcano House towards
Kati, ufter they had finished work
on tho Halemaumau mad.
' Several of the members, expressed
themselves In far, of keeping tho
prisoners, giving as their reason that
the' county had no money with which
lo do this work. Purtbermoro, the
county had gone to the espouse of
putting up a Jail, telephone, nnd
provldlrg carts and mules.
Other members opposed the plan
of having prisoners worklug on pub
lic roads. They said that some time
ago the County lathers had wanted
to employ prisoners on, the cleaning
of the roads, At that lime Sheriff
Pirn had strenuously opposed this
Hchemft, and the County Attorney
had rendered an opinion which back
ed up the sheriff. The union should
Insist, In order to promote the wel.
fare of Its members, that all public
road wqrk should be given to the
The question arose whether tho
union would be able to furnish men
to work on the Volcano-Kau road,
u'nd' It was agreed that the men
could be furnished by having labor
union cjubs organized all over the
county, whichshould stand together
In all matters of common Interest.
Tho chair called for a voe on the
question before the house, and the
motion to Send back the prisoners
' Thus the Hllo Iibor Union Is
backing Governor 1'rear as against
tho supervisors of the county.
Word to Qompers,
Tlio thnir called attention 10 tne
report that President Qonipers of the
A.ner.cw . eaerui on or i.auor u . YokohnmU( en rollte ,0 noIlolulll an(1
mS Wir.""v"". th? u - 8a rcl8e' T'"8 " nc- .WASHINOTON. D. C, June 16.
slaus who had I rii.nt"y bee,, Imjo ' commod.ttan. for one hundred and The statehood bill today passed the
ed by them, and re:ommcndlng that tllrt' "r8t tla8S passengers. 1 Senate.
the plauteia should pay for their The palatial liner will nrrUo here' SoV()rft) ,, who left
. deportation. on June 20th and will lay over for )Mt 1)oat ,n ori,ep ,0 ,,, , tnfe for
Some members stated that In the about twenty-four hours because of thB j(1.nw,n.tBfrreg nclii have beon
coming election they would vote
only for such candidates as pledged
Ue&j&JEuS uiemseiyes to vote for tne repeal ot
-flEflnHtLu , tuo immigration is w, 'tney gave as
AYLETT . IS
man named Is learned Hum n frlond
of Avlett's to whom'thc Supervisor
has mated that ho will tell the grand
July tomorrow' that Crawfotd In the
man whoWcrod him $1000 for his
vote In overriding tlio eiu of the
Ala) or to the bltulllhlc paving ordi
nance. It Ih reported th.it Aylett
further stated that lie will give the
time, place and full circumstances of
the attempted bribery.
The grand Jury wus to have con
vened In spctlul pension todft), but
roreman McSto'ker was absent on u
trip lo Kui.cohe and It was neces
sary to postpone the session until to.
enough laborers In the Territory,
und that the work should bo given
to them Instead of to strangers.
They expressed their appreciation of
tho charge made by (lompers, and
endorsed his recommendation of do
portatlon. A voto was taken on this question,
nnd as a result thereof the secre
tary was Instructed to communicate,
with fjompors, expressing tho appro
bation of the Hllo Labor Union of
Kwallko added that ho was glad
that the union was taking an Inter
est In the welfare of the laborers
of the Territory, It was a good plan
for It to communicate with dumpers,
as It might lead to active aid being
furnished by tho labor organizations
on the mainland,
None for Prohibition.
J. Olher, n road laborer, said that
the union must present a united
front against Prohibition at the ple
biscite. He would like to sco those
who vo'ted for 1'iohlbltlon at tho lust
meeting of the union, to make their
names publl:. In order that It might
be shown that only a few members
were lu favor of Prohibition, This
speech was much applauded.
Hut the Prohibitionists kept mum,
The next question taken up was
that of tho enforcement of th
eight-hour law oniubllc workB. The ,
Hoard of Supervisors was criticized
Jor tho manner In which It gave
out contracts, whereunder the labor
ers wore forced to work nine hours
a day, as was the case on tho rtont
street widening work. H was de
cided that tho union Bhould demand
from the Hoard of Supervisors the
insertion of nn eicht-hoiir ciausn in
every contrnct heicafter given out
by It. 'At tho suggestion of the oUU people and caused much dam
chair, this mattei was referred to, age.
nvniiiillto trittii 1 1 1 At n9 Vi I
committee of the
ONE HUNDRED AND
TjllRTY CAN GO
Tlmrn'o r nvmiaa f.it.
around Honolulu If you really want'
to go to the mainland.
The Pacific Mall steamer Man-
churia. from Hongkong by the way
of j0,mneso ,)ortSi ln8 mUed from
the large amount of oriental cargo.
The Manchuria Is bringing over flf-
teen nuniirej tons
of freight for Ho" -
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ninriow. Tho absence of McSto-ker
was the mil) Uilng tbut prevented
tho railing of the special scudon this
It Is understood that Avlett's
statement of tlie cuso will lie prepar
ed and leady for submission to the
grain! Jurj when It convenes und
thai the Terrltml.il Inquisitors can
then piocccd und take any course of
action lu the line of Investigation
that thoy believe proper.
The City und County Attorney's
offlia refuses lo make nn statement
oi: the ense until It has been pre
sented to the grand Jury tomorrow.
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 1G. Bfjr
league scores for today are:
National Fhiladebhia 10, Cin
cinnati 0. Other names postponed on
ImtmAan i.f T.ni. O tl7,.til.
ton 8; Cleveland 5, New Yoik 3: De
troit 12, Boston 3; Chicago 1, Phil
Standing of Amer.'can League, June 15
Club. V. 1 Pet. I
Philadelphia 29 1.1 .GDI
New York 2S 15 .C51
Detroit , 29 jg ,617
U)ton 2.1 20 .034
Clmolanil ".. 17 22 ,433
Washington 20 2C .431
Chicago 14 24 .3G8
St. Louis (I 32 .219
Standing of National League, June 15
Club. W. l Pet
Chicago , 27 17 ,13
New Yoik 27 J8 .000
Cincinnati ........ 27 19 .C8G
Pltlshmg 22 22 .C00
Ilrookly -22 22 .COO
St, I.011IS 17 2ft .395
BoFton 20 29 .408
Philadelphia 18 28 .391
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
HEN0, Nev.. June 10. In view
of the probability of the bic fight
not being allowed to be pulled off
at San Francisco, a committee of cit
izens of this city are hard at work!
in an endeavor to secure the John''
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BUDAPEST, June 16, Another
cloudburst in the neighborhood of
.Krassoszorony, Hungary, has killed
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINOTON. D. C, June 16.
(The-Senate today reported favorably
on tne Din lor tne retirement ot jus-
requested to keep a bright lookout
for Anderson arnco. who Is rumor-
oil to ho nt n
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present 111 mo.jonnBou
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LARES FOR FULL PUBLICITY
WASHINOTON. D. C. June 10.
Secretary of War Dickinson, who'
has been known r.s the traveling
member of the Cabinet, is to start
out tonight on a tour of the world.
V- goes across the continent to San
Frnnrisro, where he will take the
steamship Siberia for Manila by wa-
Thc slenmer Siberia Is due to ar-
rle at Honolulu nn her next trip
to the Otlent oa 'ill) 1.
WASHINQTOND. C. June 10.
The Senate Committee on Foreign
Affairs took action todav that will
necessitate the Panama Exposition
becmers of San Francisco and New
Orleans raisini; a large guarantee
fund before thev cad be assured of
It was decided bv the committee
to withhold from, issuing an invita
tion to foreiim nations to tmtici-
nate in the eyosition until San
Francisco and New Orleans have
raised seven and one-half millions of
Sin Francisco Confident.
SAN FBANCISCO. June 16. Pan
ama Exposition boomers of the city
were by no means downcast toda
when thr learned of the action of
the Senate calling for a seven and a
half-million dollar guarantee. The"
are confident that this city will
make good in short order.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 16. The
fate of the big prize-fight is the cen
ter of interest here today, and there
is no' doubt that the State officers are
determined in their intention to
either stop the contest or have it go
on supported bv the rulings of tlie
The Attomey-Oeneral of the State
will apply tomorrow for injunctions
against the Langford-Kaufman fight
and the main event, the Jeffries
Tex Bickard, who is handling the
big fight, says that he will sue the
Governor for damages resulting from
the action he has, taken thus late in
Governor Qillett has triven out an
interview in which he states that he
is determined to stoo these fights.
SAN FBANOISCO. June 1G.
Beets? 88 analysis, 14s. 2 3-4d.; par
ity, 5.02c. Previous quotation, 14s.
Itlchard 11. Trent, -who has return
ed from a brief business trip to tho
mainland and to Knglund Is expect
ed to hue something to Buy about
the Hawaiian exhibit now Installed at
Atlantic City. Mr. Trent has been
Invited to address tho rcgulur gath
ering of the Hawaiian Promotion
Committee this afternoon.
The Hongkong agents for the Pacif
ic Mull steamship Co , have acknowl
edged tlio recelp of a large quantity
of Hawaiian promotion literature
which had been forwurdod by the.
lust trip of the steamer China to tho
Orient The folders und booklets liae
been distributed at 'the leading hotels
aifd also nt tho clubs of tho-llrltlsh
mm also nt tno ciuos ot tnoMimisn ,,nora on induy at,, 2 , o'clock.,;
AND NO ONE
Deputy Perfects Appeal
In Famous Case Of
1III.O, Hawaii, June 13, Among
the arriving passengers In the Ma
una Ke.i last Wednesday, Deputy
AtKirnei-Oenoritl t.ymor was the
one who without a doubt created the
Igtedtest sensation. Lymer Is the
jniHii who started the gieat Parsons-
Lindsay LmeY controversy by throw.
ng a fistful of undigested ullega-
tlons at Judge Pursuui. No Intima
tion hud been ghen of the fact that
he wus to tome to Hllo, and when
his name, uppeared en the buHetln
board last Wednesday, among the
passengers due to arrUe, (here was
quite u sensation. Much woi.der
was expressed as ,ik what could be
his intention In corning to these. In
his case, unfriendly shores.
Lmer was known to but very few
people lieie owing to the short pe
riod of his residence. The crowd
was looking for n scrappy-looking
gentleman, with u piratical swagger,
u uiustang eje and a hairy list.
There was therefore some surprise
when Lymer was pointed out by the
few who knew him. The Deputy
Attorney-neneral Is a quiet-looking
)outh, with a mild blue ee. He Is
courteous and agreeable In manner,
and he did not appear o be carry.
Ing any concealed weapons.
When nsked what his Intentions
were, Lmer stated that he cume to
perfect the Territory's appeal In the
Pepeekeo boundary case. He would
also look Into tho matter of the Ca
brlnha nqto shed, mid the Coan lot
on Fig.- strcot, which Is supposed
to bo government land. When ask
ed how It was that the Territory
would appeal, when, as a matter or
fact, Judge Lindsay hud been quot
ed In the Advertiser as stating that
tho Pepeekeo decision was a victory
for the Territory, Limer said that
ono could not bellove all that one
rnw In the i.ewspapers. He added
that If the community of Hllo be
lieved that Judge Lindsay had said
nil that he hud been quoted as say
ing, It was much mistaken. In an
swer to the remark that the people
here had to believe that the state,
ments quoted were true, bs they had
not been contradicted, Lymer said
that a man In the position of the
Attoniey-Oeneral could not contra
dict all the erroneous reports which
might be mude In reference to him.
During the murse of the day Ly
mer hud an Interview with Judge
Parsons In his chnmbers. There was
no bloodshed. Details connected
with the appeal were discussed, and
the recent war was not reforred t).
Later, Lymer' filed bis notice of op.
peal, and this was certified to by
Judgo Parsons. The matter will
now come beforo the Supreme Court.
Attorney Carl Smith, who repre
sents the Pepeekeo Sugar Co., stat
ed that It was a great question as to
whether the Territory had any right
whatever to file an appeal, and that
Ihls question would be raised by him
beforo the Supreme Court,
in rnnrtON port
Thursday, June 111,
Sun Francisco Soiled, June 15,
S. S. Hllollan. for Seattle.
Yokohama Sailed, June 10, 8. S.
Mamhurla, for Honolulu,
Port Townsend Arrived, June 10,
schr. S. T, Alexnnder, from Hllo.
WIHKLK8S. 8. 8. China will ar
rive from Yokohama early Sunday
morning and will dock at Alakea
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NOlllUOA-r-June IB. -at her resl
deuie, 'aulanl, Honolulu, Mary
Knnlhnolo Nobrlga, wife of Syl
vuno Nobrlgn and mother of ten
children, aged 37 jcars.
New Land Board
Kinney Introduces Resolution
Covering Important Points
At 10 o'clock this morning the sec
ond session of tlie 1-ind Hoard was
convened at the Palace nnd for near
ly two hours questions of leases and
other Important mutters were con
sidered. One rule was formulated by Mem
ber Kinney regarding the procedure
of the Hoard In the cuso of lease, sale
or exchnngo of public land und
passed by tho Hoard which provides
for tho generul advertisement .of all
such cases for u period of eight weeks
so that all homesteaders Tnay"Imve a
chance to know of the Intended pfo
ceduro. I The other matters taken up were of
HOMESTEADERS HAVE APPLIED :
FOR DIVISION OF M'CANDLESS'
BIG PLANTATION AT MAKUA
Link McCandless Is up against tho
new land law and as a rOsult will
probablv lose his plantation at Mu
km w Willi n few weeks as applica
tion Ins been mado to open it for
Under tho new law twenty flvo per
sons, who aro eligible to take up
homesteads, may maka application to
the Commissioner of Public I.oinls for
tho survey and opening for an tract
of land for homestead purpose.
Twenty flvo such persons havcnuido
an application In writing to Superin
tendent Campbell and this land will
bo surveyed and opened accordingly,
Tl'i now Land Hoard lias gone on
record that uny laud wanted for lease
must first bq advertised for eight con
secutive weeks and at tho end of that
time a bearing will be held for any
person who objects to tho Icaso, B.ilo
or exchange of that tract by tho Ter
Kuhio Presents Reasons
In the debute on tho salary question
for local legislators the Dclegute was
strongly In favor of the increase,
making u lengthy speech orf the sub
ject In whlrh ho told of the condi
tions here that are encountered by
those chosen to sit In tho Territorial
The debate on this most Interest
ing part of tho Organic Ait amend
The question wus taken, and the
Chairman announced that the noes
seemed to havo It,
Mr. Tuwney, Division!
The committee, divided; and there
were ayes, 6, noes 41.
So the amendment was rejected.
The Clerk read as follow:
Sec 2, That section 2C ot
said net Is hereby amended to
reuu us iuiiuwb; ,, .
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n routine nature and tlio Hoard ad
journed shortly before noon, to muet
again nt the call of the chairman.
The inciting of tho Ijind Hoard 1
this mornlnir oneneil bv tli Intrmtiip. 1
Itlou by Mr, Kinney ot 11 resolu-
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uuu 111 reunion 10 (ease or sale 01
public lund providing publicity be
fore nnd ititlon taken by the Hoard.
The resolution Introduced by Mr.
' Kinney ufter u few rhunges by tlie
Hoard members, wus passed In the
following form: ; 1
"llefore action upon 'nny proposed'
cxclmrge, sale, nr lense of lund Is
taken by the Hoard, notice of lnten- ,
I Continued on Page 3) ... I
Under this procedure, as McCand
loss must havo a new lease on tho
Makun tract and has already made ap
plication to the Superintendent of
Public Lands for such new lease, any
one who wishes Ihls land for homo
stead together will) twenty four others
may make application for Its open
ing. N i.
Soon after the application ot Mc
Cnndless was received lor a newlcaso
another application hearing twenty
flvo signatures was received , by
Campbell nsklng that tho land bo
opened for homestead. ',
At the next meeting of the Laud
Ho ml theso two applications will pro
bably coinu up for consideration and
jn account of the application .for
homestead being In already tlio land
can not be'lensed to McCandless nnd
the formality of advertising It wilt bo
done awny with. "
All Co To Hawaii By
Special Chartered ,
Quo hundred nnd twontj Hussions
and eighty Filipinos were releaser!
from detention at the Federal quar
antine station' Kslerday afternoou,
and they went to the Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association labor re
cruiting headquarters nt Kaknako)
for assignment to Island plaulu- pi
The delegation arrived by thai
Tojo Klson Knlshu liner Nippon,)
Maru 011 June 4 Sickness broke '
out among several children connect-
eu vviiii tne rarty, and as u precau.
lion the entire lot ot Immigrants
were ordered Into quarantine.
The Immigrants were, detained two
days over the allotted period andl
when released jestorduy they wre
eager lo lake up their dutleaqn'thoj
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rne inier-iaiunu, steamer,. j.lltellKe!
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