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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4647.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. 10 PAGES.
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GRAND JURY HEARS
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17.
Judge Van Nostrand today denied
the application of the Attorney-General
for an injunction stopping the
Langfcrd-Kaufman fight on the
ground that it would be a public
" RAW TTlAWniSnn Jim 17 flov.
ernor Glllctt has made it manifest n,c"'8 ure a" ot u in,1nor natur.e I"'1
that he has no intention of allow-1aru WB0 "eiet ' 'J 'lacln5
, ing prize-fights. to be. carried on in thw,n " u, "ecrf " , No m1
San Francisco if it is within hia,"e,,t iM,,H,B" lro lnAll' nnd "??M
power to prevent them. i1"."0 v'B8el living he port for
In view of the indifference or the
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local officials of San Francisco, the
Governor.todav issued orders that the
militia should stop the Langford
Kaufman fight scheduled for tomor
row. The Governor says that should District-Attorney
Fickert fail to do his
dutv, he will be compelled to act in
the mest effective manner to stop the
DAJLY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FBANCI8C0. June 17 The
scores in big leagues play today are:
National Brooklyn 0, Chicago 1:
New York 3, Pittsburg 6; Philadel
phia 7, Cincinnati 3. Other games
American Detroit 1, Boston 4;
Cleveland 7, New York 0.
' GUndinc of American League, June 16
Club. . W. U I'ct.
1'hlladolphla ....... 30 13 .697
New York.,'. 28 10 .030
Dot i oil 30 18 .G2S
Huston , 23 ' 2l .022
Cleveland IS 22 .450
Washington 21 2G .448
Chicago 14 25 .358
Ht. I-ouls 9 33 .214
Standing of Natisnal League, June 16
I'lllli. W. U
Chicago" ........... 27 17
Now, York 27 18
Cincinnati 27 20
1'lltsburg ...... .,. 22 21
Iliooklyn ,,-....... 22 22
Ht. Louis . ,' 17 20
Huston i 20 29
Philadelphia ' 29 28
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
SEATTLE, June 17. The United
States gunboats Wheeling and Petrel
sailed today for the Atlantic, via the
PARR TO GET
(Special Bulletin Cable,)
NEW YORK, June 17. Informer
Parr, who first revealed the sugar
weighing frauds against the United
States, is to receive $100,000.
NEW YORK, June" 17. Olambala
won the great Suburban race today.
Time, 2 min. 4 4-5 sec.
'Tor Salo" cards ut Ilulletln...
All True Bills Placed
Upon The Secret
SPEED IN WORK
United States Judge Declares Dis- "
trict Attorney Ereckons Needs.
Rest for Health Benefit. t
Eight Indl.tments were returned :
by the Federtil grand jury; thin morn-1
Ing, Foiemau l'ratt reporting fur the
Jurors nt 10:20, nnd the Indictment
weie nil placed on the secret llle.
Arraignments will be before Judgo
Hobertson tomorrow morning at 9:30
It Is understood that the ludk't-
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row. bo there, wan no reason for the
row, bo there, wus no reason for the
secrecy of the grand Jury In using
the secret file.
In addressing Foreman Prntt the
court Btated that, It was desirous that
the business of the body be conclud
ed ns soon as possible, one reason be
ing that Ilreckons needed a vacation
on "the Coast It would bo good for
Mm and also good for the govern
ment. The foreman replied that the bus
iness of the body might be terminat
ed In a few days unless new matters
came up which needed attention.
This Is the first partial report the
Jury has made since April 2C, upon
which date three Indictments were
loturncd, the eight today making but!
eleven in nearly iwo mnnins.
Ilcnch warrants were Issued for
all thoso who liavo Indictments
against them, and will be served
today so thnt the parties may appenr
before the court tomorrow morning
to plead to the charges against
Tho Indictments returned by the
Federal Qrund Jury Included one each
against three Russians who swam
over to quarantine Island to stir up
irouuiu nmong the nowiy arrived conn.
trymen, tho chnrjse against them bo
Ing trespass on a quarantlno reserva
II. Webb, whoso real name Is nn.
linown, wob Indicted for placing tin-
matiame matters in the malls; George
Davis has three counts of adultery
on ono Indictment; and Dal Fook Tnl
and I.nl 8a Kee arc under Indictment
for violation of the Edmunds Act,
Long Passage From Aus
tralian Now Tei ,
The JJulglan training ship IAvcnor
from Australia has arrived at tho
The vessel Is credited making a
long passage up from Newcastle. N.
8. V and arrived hero after slxty
flvo days spent nt sea. Heavy weather
Is assigned the cause of tho delay
Tho L'Avcnor will remain at tho
port for several weeks. On board
uro a number of havul cadets who aro
making their Initial cruise around the,
alio ship Is moored at tho Kail-
road wharf. The vessel Is four-masted
and comes Irom German shipyards,
She sailed from Antwerp tho first part
of August of last year and has spent
somo tifno n Australian waters.
"For Rent" cards on tale at
" Against Us Are Only the
Evil and Timidity."
Skipper Lindquist Beaten-
Vessel Here with New
The blood of a Lindquist ran In
rivulets along the decks and into
the scuppers of the American
schooner O. M. Kellogg, which Is
now discharging shipment ot rail
way ties at this port.
Captain Lindquist, who has been
a more or less frequent visitor to
Honolulu In years past, Is laid up
sh Ihn rpmilt nf n bard n milling
las over conies Into the life of tho
arerngo sailor man.
Captain Stockby now trods the
poop of the schooner In cousequcuco
ot the enforced retirement ut the
Just who did the boating Is not
generally known, but It Is supposed,
that the schooner'a master wus at
tacked by sailors who had little lovo
in their hearts for him, For a short
time ihe skipper wob out of his houd
after .the battery. It seems thnt
Cuptuln Lindquist became Involved
In a money transaction with one of
his sailors. The sullor was discharg
ed, according to Sailors' Agent Krlck.
son of Uureka, Cul h,y Captain
I.lndquUt without being paid oft,
nnd, the man, being unable to gain
satisfaction from tho master, went
to Erickson. ErlckKon then went to
Captain Lindquist, but said the
skipper wus in no mood to deal with
According to the story that was
published in Eureka Just before the
Inn', M. Kellogg called for Honolulu,
I Captain Lindquist found himself n
master without a ship. It appears
U'"1 ll0re was bad blood brewing
between captain nnd crew when tho
Kellogg urrlved at Eureka under the
command of Llndnulst and this was
nuRmented. It Is said, when he set-
tied with them for their wages, the
snilui's, claiming tlmt they did not
get, nil that was coming to them.
As Captain Lindquist never sa'tlstac
torlly explained the happenings of
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ithat night when he was taken to tho
hospital ntter nn encounter in the
lower levels of Eureka with men
whore Identity he claimed to be un-i
nine to cstablhh. It wus taken for J
granted by tho authotltles thnt It,
was a sailor row nnd no action was,
tnken by anybody except the uwneis,
of the vessel, which resulted In tho
JdlsnllFsal of the rklp)cr.
ON SUGAR PRICE
Many Expect Quotations
Will Recover In Few
Honolulu Ilrewery appears to be
abuiit Ihe only stock In the market
thefce days that has not Joined in
the general slump of storks. Thirty
shares Mild on tho Exchange this
forenoon at 18.25, an advance of
twenty-five cents a share from yes
terday. Sugar stocks exhibited the usual
tendency to decline, und the demand
of buyers Is (ontlncd to narrow lim
itations. The whole Htuntlon Is
waiting on tho. turn of tho price of
kugar and some nre ready to sacri
fice a few dollars rather thou risk
the turn to higher prices, fleieral
! speaking, the market Is weak.
The talent doesn't like tho drop in
beets, although appreciating the fact
that It is very likely due to the
period when the speculators ure be
ing cleaned, up. Experience during
this year's tiimpalgu linn been that
n drop in beets ut this time of the
month has been followed by a sharp
ndvar.cn thnt finally went to a rec
ord high price. Some of tho market
specialists are looking for u resump
tion of the higher prices when the
demand for the summer sugar sup
plies is In full swing.
The American red (pun Is entering
largely Into the manufacture of fur.
nlture. Early objections to Its use
have been overcome.
I ' S
There ought to be something Mwl
wlmn Mid uiifwliiu nf Utinrn llollnv'dl
now silk hat fulls across Toxus. j
DOVE OF PEACE
Mjthers-in-Iaw Take Hand
In Big Family
Deputy Sheriff Itoso has been
tilling his old bill as peacemaker In
general to Hawaiian futilities. Yes
terday nftetrnoon two Mothers-in-law,
one husband and une wife, visit
ed tho deputy and then a woeful tale
was told. It appears that the bride
and groom were happy enough till
her mother said that the man was
lucky to get bucIi a wife. Then his
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.i ,. ,.. u.,uc "" " ""- Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 2d.: parity,
ono In getting such u husband. , 8 02(J po,,, quotation, 14s.
Thcto few remarks started 'no!2 3-4d.
trouble und, from thnt time on the
bridegroom did not knbw where ho
stood ns regards admiration. Ills
mother came to Btuy with the couple,
nnd there were dully scraps between
the bride and her mother-in-law.
Then the other mother-in-law took a
hand nnd the scrlmmago became
iflflH Ini nf tnr ilm l4&ntf( Mnn
ji 1 1 vi u iui, ui taiiv mo uvyutj iuii"
vlnced the party that the best thing to'
do wus to leave the married couple
alone, und not to Interfere with them.
Tim hunch left the otllce In a body
and It remains to be seen If the over,
motherrd-ln-law pair will now got
ulong well together.
TREADWAY NAMED -DEPuTJJEGISTIMR
Treasurer Coukling this morning
Biuiuuiii'ru ino Ui,.uiuimv-ui u
Thoinus Treadway ns Deputy Ileg-
Istrar of l'ubllc Accounts. .
Treadway wus appointed to a po-
j sltlou lu the Treasurer's office a short
11(11,1 ttttu Tpaiuiir.ip fnnlfllni.
taoniH uy aovornor Krear,
'For Salo" cards at Ilulletln.
Grand Jury Holds Special
GIVE THEIR TESTIMONY
Investigation Resumed This After-
noon and Report Is Expected'
Without Tlelav Aliln Tfl.
Supervisor Aylett repeated hta story
. u.c...,.iv., uuu;ij uumru me rr-
rltorlal Orand Jury this morning, at
the Hiiwini bU-i ,r ii... i .ii.i.i
the special session of the Inquisitorial
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uwujr uini was railed as a result or tnu,
charges made. i
A number of other' witnesses were
raiicu ucror uio urond jury in nn itlckard has given a tentative acoept-1
effort to secure further light on the.ance. Ritkard will confer tomorrow;
alleged attempted bribery of AvletL
F.vc,y precaution was trten to ln.
ine secrecy of llio proceed nes and tho
witnesses that gave their "festlinon
ni-,i- v.iu.tuiiuii iiui in iiiuitu any riuiu
ments bearlnir tinon the auostlons that
were asked then, during the course of'
It Is understood that Aylett repeat!
ed in general terms tho accusation of
attempted bil.iery and declared that
William Crawlord wns the man who
ottered hi in the sum of $1600 for his
vole In carrying the bltullthlc ordin
ance over the veto of Mayor Fern.
SuVervisor Abla was also called bo
fore the Orand Jury and ho repeated
the statement that ho mado when the
alleged bribery case first developed,
exonerating Crawford from any at'
tempt to Influence his vote beyond a
statement that the bltullthlc paving
ordinance ought to bo passed and that
ho Ahln ought to voto for It.
Supculsor McClellan was another
iwltt'pss, appearing before the Orand
Jin y snorlly beroro noon. Ills pre.-i-i
Continued on Faire 2)
SAN FRANCISCO. June 17. Dan
eeis of the aeroplane snort were
brounht to public attention today
through the death of Ernest Spever,
the fourteen-year-old son of the New
CYork millionaire. The machine in
which Speyer was practising capsiz
ed, throwing him to the ground and
killing him almost instantly.
SAN FHANCISC0 june 17.
The discussion among the Repre
sentatives over the proper compensa
tion fur Kuwait's legislators irrvw
quite warm In spots. Soma were of
the opinion that tho local lawmakers
were getting too much for tho sur-
I vices rendered.
I Following Is a resuina a' the ilubtle
on the question;
( Jri j(Hn, T,g m nevCr wttS
introduced Into the House.
Mr. Good. That bill was Intro-
duced Into ihe .local legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii and passed
without any objection by an almost
unanimous voto, giving to them-
wives $1000 a year.
v (Continued on Page 10.)
WASHINGTON. D. C June 17.-
The Senate today adopted the renortl
of the Conference Committee on.tWsl
Administration railroad bill, ""S3
Ol VjUJLjJUr IJCiJLiJl
SAN THANf'TRm Jnri 10 All
.though San Francisco lias been pre$'- fl
vented from being the scene of the t
crcat Jenriei-Johnion flight . th
?$" S T0 .vlS M-!'
c,"e of Nevada are making a great
nirt Fnr th rnntlt I
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Men of Goldfleid. Nev., have-offer-
ed $120,000 for the fight, and Texy
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Mott-Smith Has AsketM
Acung governor .Moti-smlth todays,
has cabled to Washington relative to
the nrrlval hero of Secretary Dlckln?
son who Is expected the first part "ofT;
Jiuy on a trip around the world.
neflnlto Information wns asked .hyg
iiiv. acung governor ns to the arrival?
of the war secretary In Honolulu and!
the time he expected to remain heroj
so that steps could be taken and!
plans mado for his proper reception?
ami entertainment. ,jft
President Frpd L. Waldron nf tho!
Merchants' Association and I'roidontjJ
J. i. cooko of the Chamber of Com
merce called in company upon I
acting governor this morning In'
latlon to Ihe UsLt of Secretary Dick?
inson and stated that both of. theso
organizations wished to entertain thfi
distinguished visitor horo during ht
As soon as definite Information, isjj
received from Washington nbouUthoi
visit plans will bo inide for tho cn-J
tertnlnment during tno day or d
which the secrotnry will ho In tho
fines of the Territory ,
At noon today about sixty Tlusslanj
and thirty Filipino Immigrants, wl
arrived at Honblulu by tho Pacific
Mull liner Siberia on last J FrldayS
were released from u seven-daya, p'om
lod ot detention at the Federal quar-T
The Federal Immigration officials
took charge of the. party upon thilr
leaving the quarantine station and?
tho remainder of the day -will b? uV
voted to au Inquiry Into their olig
Ity to lund in the Territory of 'l
The majority of the people makii
up the last lot of Intending plantltlo
laborers will probably bo ready
assignment to the sugar CBtates ',b
Wliru the Slharln nrrlv.il off
port, a week ago, a suspicious casd
sickness wns found to have do
oped, among the Husslans. As a pp
caution the entire crowd was orderVJ
Sam Blmmons of the Ttovenuo.C
ter Thetis writes tho 11 u 1 1 e t
Ing that ho gladly accepts tho eh
tenge or -spider" Holmes to box'i
number ot rounds at 122 pounds,!