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ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 4C49.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE 20. 19i0. 10 PAGES.
FBIOX I OEMTI.
USVBmBiSl tsMk. i.itrfi.
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For Mahuka Site
Kuhio Cables Success Of Effort
$200,000 For Hilo
Have secured two hundred thousand
for public building
dred fifty thousand to condemn remain
der Mahuka block Honolulu. Returning
Such was Mm text of a cablegram
received thin morning by Acting Gov
ernor Mott-Smlth from Dolegnte Ku
hio,' but no details were given as to
tbV;mannor In which this money was
secured, wlictlier by a special appro
priation bill or by an Increase In the
amount carried by the original ono,
The condemnation of the remainder
of the situ through to Fort street will
take In tho largo Kail building on the
t orner of Fort and King and ull tho
other buildings along Fort to Mcr-
chant street, giving nn Ideal Bite for
the Federal building.
HELD ON HARBOR LINES
BY UNITED STATES OFFICIALS
(Special Correspondence )
IIIl.O, llnwiill, Juno 18, On tho nf.
ternoon of July tl thcro will ho n pub
lic meeting 111 Iltto to iUecusi thd Hilo
TIiIb announcement was mails last
week by Major Whitlow, tho army en
gineer oftlcur who has churgo ol all
tho Federal construction work In tho
Islands. "Ho arrived on Thursday In
the Wllhelmtua, returning to Honolulu
Saturday In the same boat.
On Thursday afternoon Major Win
Blow had a conference) at tho IIIIo
Hotel at which ho announced bis In
tention to call a meeting. Thoso pre
sent were Llcutenantt?illnn, who has
charge of tho local harbor construc
tion v. oik; President n. 1. Richards
of the Hoard of Trade, Judge Pnrsono
and tho editor of the Hilo Tribune. '
Major Wlnslow called attention Jo
tho law which provided that In no
buibor or rlvor on which Federal ap
propriations had been expended could
any wharf bo constructed without th?
approval of tho Socretary of War.
He explained that harbor linos were
TO BE EXTENDED
Tho Acting Oovcrnor this morning
was In consultation with MeserB. Shin
gle, Soper und Waldron iclatlvo to
the proposed oxteustoii of IMshop
street which has been on the'itapls
for some time.
Those In consultation with Mott
Smith represent the principal prop
olry owners nffected by condemnation
proceedings to extend the stroot and
tho confeicuco was u .lougttiy one
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! iitfiliiiiiiir ' rfiifh -n v '' t -minirii in- -fftiHtti&W"
Hilo, and three hun
Thin action of the United StateH
Government v In appropriating the
extra 1J50.UOO to condemn the re
mainder of the property shows that
there 'hus been "strong-' Influence
bruught to bear In Washington to get
this large appropriation In addition
to the llbernl one at first granted by
Congress to purchase u site for the
new" Federal building.
! At tho time tho matter was referred
to the Merc. units' Association and to
tho Chamber of Commerce two weeks
. Uko when the first Intimation came
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of two kinds, namely pierhead lluei
mid bulkhead Hues. A pierhead lino
wns i lino bejond which no structure
of liny kind could bo mint, a uui'
bend lino was a lino beyond whlc'i
no structure could bo built except on
piles or columns which would allow
the frro flow of the tldo thiough
About two months ago D. F. Pit
Jlngham had told Major Wlnslow that
inp. lino jiuiiruuu i;ouimuy wuh vuir
tcmplatlng building a now wharf fac
Hides which would bo sufficient to
take cftro not only of tho present traf
fic but also of the additional traffic
which would be created when the new
railroad extension Into Hamakua be
come operatho. It had, however, not
been decided et whether the com
pany would build a now wharf at some
placo other than that where tho pres
ent railroad wharf Is. whether It would
extond Us present wharf, or whether
It would build a new wharf alongside
tho old ono.
As soon as Major Wlnslow received
Continued on Pace 3)
FOR HILO BOARD
Hilo, Hawaii, June 17. That tho
License Commissioners of this island
will, when they hold their meeting on
Monday, Juno 27, follow the example
set by the Liquor Commissioners of
Maul, by pusslng u resolution forbid
ding the sale of compound liquors, ap
pears reasonably certain That the
Uoard will take the proposition up for
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NEW YORK, June 20. Theodore
Roosevelt Jr. and Miss Alexander,
daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Addison
Alexander of this city, weie married
today at the Presbyterian church in
JtfHtft avenu'e. Colonel ltocscvelt and
oiner members of the Roosevelt fam
ily were present and attended tne
uception held at the home of tn.
bride's parents after the cereraonj.
'TlfXODORE ROOSEVELT. JR.
Theodore Koosevelt, Jr., has not
had time to worry about the carpet
Since he left his work In the
New Kngluud carpet factory a n.onlli
arfo he bus been bui-r giving dinners
und arranging for Ids marrlurw t
MJss Kleanor Alexunder toda Iicli
day young Uoosoelt bought n bou
quet of llofters, nnd ho cu not at-
lulled with sending them, but ho car
ried them tu the homo of nisi Ali-
ander. Ho Is shown In thd nbov.i jj'c
tuio curiylng his dully bouquot.
.WASHINGTON. D. C, June 20.
The House has passed the bill pro-
ividing for the retirement of Asso
ciate Justice Moodv from tne 'su
preme Bench on account of continued
Popular Players - Heed
r .. .
a tan io i ne i
Henry Miltae hus hearkened to
the syrou volco of Ihe Coust the
ntrlcul magnate and, acting upon
u cable received this morning, de
cided to termlnnto his xuccesBful
season at Honolulu with the per
formaiKo to bo given ut the Opera
House uu Baturday evening.
The MiHnes nre going to the
Savo Theater at San Francisco.
'Continued on Pace 4.
Needless to observe that halr-pull-
Ing between girl strikers in
j Is rough on. ruts. lloston
crlt ' " .
v wt'Jl H
WILL FAIL IS
Aylett's Statement Now
Stands Alone, Is
GRAND JURY RESUMES
Will thi charge of alleged at
empt at bribery of u member of the
u.iru or aiiiierviMirn, wincn nave
een under rigid Investigation by
no Terilio.ui gram jur), nil nal
ml turn out to be founded upon
!i meiest rumor?
Wlll'llie tepoit"d allegation mad
iy Member' Aylell of the city and
ounty rtoard'ot Supervisors, that he
.vas approa.hed by Willie Crawford
of the City and County Attorney'
jfflce, and offered Homethlng like six
een hundred dollar fur bis
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inner ravonug ipe i ort street pav- Morns and owners of other big pack
ug oidiuancn or1 In aslt in uVer- intr cocerns for the violation of the
Idlng the velo ,tf. Major Feru.lrer jvU.iMt,JW.'
eo teilous con)detatlon at the s
hands of the luqulMlorlal body?
These, as ncll ns other queries of
t like nature, are ut pie.ienl orcii
pjlng the attention of City Hall em-
iloycx, business men nnd ulo the
friends of the Interested parties.
The Teirlto.lal grand Jury ad.
Journey at 1 o'clock on last Situr-
lay afternron after a three-day ses-
jlon. That body announced -that ,lt
had not completed Its examination
of wltnoucn In tho nlleged bribery
-ase and aikej fir futhed time. Ad-
Journmenl was therefore taken uutll
lu ociock on weunosuay morning.
life time set for the regular weekly
feaslon of the Territorial lnnulsl-
t Is understood that there are
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T A TT V CfnrTT?0 fT?
UAlliI OLUJ.jO Ur
TOT"! T TJ1 A r'TTTPO
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
5AN FRANCISCO, June 20. The
Sccres in bit? leagues play today are:
National Cincinnati 3, cTiicago
10; Chicago 6. Cincinnati 4; Brook -
lyn 4. New York 1; Philadelphia 5,
Boston 2. ..,,
Araerrcan Detroit 10. Boston 9:
Detro t 3, St. Louis 4; St Ionia 1,
Washing-ton 4; Philadelphia 2, Chi-
cao 4, Sunday games included.
Standing of National League, June 18
Pints w rv n
ciub. w. r
Chlcago 27 18
New York i., 27 19
Cincinnati 28 21
Pittsburg 23 21
Ilrooklyn 23 22
lloston 21 30
Phladelphla' 20 , 29
Bt. Units ....- 18 27
Standing of American League, June 18
Club. W. I.
Philadelphia ........ 30 14
New York 28 17
Detroit 31 19
lloston ,. 24 22
wnWiVn".:'.:::; 21 s?
'Cleveland 19 23
Lii.it rp rTT A T"Tj1
Minrr a T,,n on Tl,. Ta.tnn
Mail liner Mongolia, arrivine; today,
reports an earthauake shock off the
Pescadores on the seventeenth in-
Conimtncenicnt exercises will tuko
placo tomorrow evening June 21, hi
the McKlnley High School, and not ou
June 22nd, as stated In tho morning
"For Sulo" cards at Ilullotln..
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. Tex
Riekard, the manager of the Jeffries-Johnson
prite-flght, went to
Beno. Nev.. todav, and while there
will decide in what city the contest
is to be pulled oil.
Manager Blot has called oil the
Lancford-Kaufnian fight and now
state that he will not attempt to,
make a test case of, the order from
tne cnief 0f -polite forcing him
abandon this contest,
TO SHOW THEM
('Special Bulletin Cable.)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. June 20.
The State hat beeun ouster pro-
MaJ f tiiM anatnal AvvMAt Qnnff
MVUIUtjl BHIU OliUVUti unut
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
RENO, Nev.. June 20. Fight pro-
moters. assisted by Tex Rickard are
making arrangementi to pull off the
Laneford-Ketchel fleht in this city.
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TQQTTTTQ C A T T
XUU J J-ikJ vXXiJiJ
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
I SAN FRANCISCO. June 20. The
Republican State Central Committee
na issued a call for the convention
to be held here on September 0. The
committee at a session today en-
dorse J thj Payne 'tariff and de-
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1 XxHi 1 villi 1
orrt A nrTiTTnTk
' 0 1 A 1 HjJtlUUD
I WASHINQTON, D. C. June 20.
Preiident Taft today signed the, bill
eranting Statehood to Arizona and
WASHINQTON, B. C, June 20.
The, general deficiency bill was
reported to the Senate today. It
carries an aonropriation for $7,945,-
072, and includes (an item of $300,-
000 for raisintr the Maine and $50,
000 for repairing the great floating
drydock Bewey that
was sunk at
' SUGAR '
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20.
Beet: 88 analysis, 14s. 3d.; par
ity, 5.03c. Previous quotation, 14s.
This afternoon three women and two
men were atristed at tho Vineyard
street camp where they wcro liululg-
Ing In "hitting the pipe."
gathered In by detective Anana and a
marked coin that McDutllo had given
nn l"foimer to purcharo opium with.
nH h'mi '" theChliieo iiosHesslou.
' IT 3 ItBPOHTKl) that the Amo
rlciui oil tanker Sunta Maria with fuel
iiimu ui uum oii "i
on last llday. ,
ln; tonoriai rom ia:tt uuu-
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Of Royal Bodies
Night Ceremony Will Be Held
Friday When Princess '
. Next Friday night the removal of
the bodies of the roaf family of Ha
wall to the new maiuo'eum will tuko
The arrangements for the function
have been completed, and only the
arrival of tho Princess Kawannna-
kou on tne merra. rriuay, is neeueu
to go aheail with this remoaI,
umy meinners oi me i"jai lumny
wlll be present during the changing
of the testing places of bodlea of de-
parted roal persons, and the cero -
muuy win t(iinin:in,e at ociok,
lasting for several hours aud a'ttond-
cu wiiu iiiv iHJiup nun ecri-uiuu) in
The bodies will Jie handled only
uj iiiciiiura u. I'ljiuij. uuu uu yuri-
men dr laCnifH will be allowed to
touch the casKots.
MISFORTUNE OF HUSBAND
CAUSES SPANISH WOMAN
HI.o, Huwali, June 18 A purlieu-
larly tragic cueo of sulcldo occurred
yesterday afternoon at Camp No. Five
of the Wulakcu plantation, when n
Spa-ilsh woman, named Cenclone Ma- sleep In the bed alongside her rooth
donnu rtodrlguez hanged herself In er, A, few hours after that a neighbor
her oej, while her thirteen-) ear-old
duughler was sleeping at her side.
The Ilodrlgucz family hns during
tho past few months hud more than
Its share of mUfurtune, nnd it I a-
Ideut that despondency caused by vu-
nous troubles led the woman to com-
mil her desperate deed. Iter husband
has been an Inmato of the Walakca
hospital for oer a month, suffering
irom un nggruiaieu caso oi mooupoi-
sonlng. He was subjected to a scr -
ies of operations. First n too was cut
off In order to stay tho effects of the
poison. Then a foot was amputated.
then the other foot, and finally both
legs-had to be takeh off. The woman
Chiyo Maru Leaves One
Day Ahead Of
IMItor Anoderu received nord from
Waseda by the China yesterday to the
effect that the Japanese bad
",e'r Bame from the picked
made up from the Amerciui fleet sta-
tloned In the Orent. Score 6 to 3.
This was to bo Waseda's lust game
prior to lcalng Jupan.
cublegram received yesterday
WuBeila rolHjr(Ba being ready for the
trpi n)g(J tuit ,he cl,yo Mru ,mij
left Kobe n day earlier und this may
menu a daylcarller here.
PresidentlNagano of the T. K. K.
line wns to give n farewell banijuet
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After tho bodies lme been placed
In the muiitdleum. Superintendent'
Mnrston Campbel or the. Department ft
of Public Works will place guards on j
of Public Works will place guards on
the work until masons have cement
ed the caskets Into the rcsuectlve
niches In the new mausoleum! The
workmen chosen to do this masonry v
work will be engaged by the ro)al
(famllj, and no outsider will havo a
unjlliing t0 air with tho wholo ra-
nionl fr0ni start '.o' completion,
After the bodies are removed. tho
ronseeralloii day of the mausoleum''
win no st,.and tins ceremony again
will he for members of rojalt) only,
u is tllliiersiooil. w -
Uhln a month the monument
w l be erected over the mausoleum, -
onu mo imuiiun oi laying uie cor,-l
iiorsfone of this will lie of a publlcj
r a . - issj -v m
! lit Mill UIMUW
rt IllrtUIU ULtuim
jmd herself been 111 for fho days, re-
fusing to eat, and was evidently
uroodlnK n" her and hsr fuml!)'a
"W, ., , ,. , , ir-
laist Friday, n bit beforo noon, tho
thrtc(.n ypilr oId UaugMcr went trf
who cumo with some ten for the ln-
Uulld, found her dead, tho daughter
still bleeping peacefully beside tuofe
corpse. The unfortunnto woman had
cut Into strips a piece of cloth which1
she had purchased somo dnya befofa
for clothing for her children. From
this she had fashioned u rope which'',
she had suspended from a raftori
which run directly nboo the bed. ThVj
other end she had tied Into a slipknot,
' which slio had fastened about her,
neck. She had killed herself lif
strangling, kneeling In tho bed.-
The woman lcaos u husband nnd'9
six children, tho eldest of which ja
sixteen ears of ago
Beckley And Richardson;
Plead Guilty To
Five autolsts faced the music nt thai
I'ollce Court this morning, and of that
number two Oeorge Heckley, Jr..
and Frank nichardsou pleaded null-
ty and were at onco fined. Heckley!
hud to pay S51 In nil us it was his sec
ond offense, but lUchardson got
with 25 as It was his first appear
J. Johnson,-J. Bantos and Warrm1
Dedford, who were represented by AtS
torney Llghtfoot, waived exumltiaih
and demanded u Jury trial.
were thereforo commlttud to (lis Civ
cult Court by Judge Vudrndo.
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