Newspaper Page Text
From Sun Francisco
Biena .......... .Juno 2i
For Pah Francisco:
Wlllielmlna Juno 22
From Vancouver !
Manuka , June 25
Mdraum June 21
The Bulletin's last circula
tion increase record 600 NEW
DAILY SUBSCRIBERS IK 00 DAYS
is open to the verification of every
.1A y X2AX.
You get the news when you read the Bulletin
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4050.
10 PAfJES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, JUNE 81, 1910. 10 FAOES.
PUCK I OEKTf
' . 1
if 1nv '
iff 5 i
1,1 i "
TTED BY NEVADA GOVERNOR
KUHIO CABLES $350,000 NOW AVAILABLE
N 6 V 3 d 8Kuhio Cables
RENO, Nev.. June 21. Satisfac
tory arrangements have been made
to pull oft the Jeffries-Jol nson flghl
in this city, and the location for the
arena has been chosen and workmen
rushed to the site.
Jeffries will leave the Coast foi
Renp toni?ht, and Johnson will fol
low on Thursday.
Qovernor Dickenscn of Nevada hat
made a statement that he will no
interfere in the coming contest.
Delegate Sends Answer To
Mott-Smith's Query On
lovernor, Honolulu. Money available whenever title ex
aminations or condemnations completed. KUHIO.
Docs your cable re Mahuka site.utan that Congress has actually ap
iropriated the money! MOTT-SMITH.
Tlio ciililo lecolvcd from Kituio was known .upon tlio re elpt of Hip
his morning in lejpoiice to till' one cable jcsterdiy Hint the money w,i
ent li) Motl-Snilth, asking i lietlicr seemed y the DflleBate.
he S'jriO.OOO hail been appropriated It It eipecieil that more deunllp
y Congicw, does nut tlem up thu Infarmntlon will bo received during
latter nt ull. the next twenty four hours, us th'
In meioly stutlng thnt the money Acting (lovernor will cab'e to. .uiil
i nwllnhle whenever title, otamlna- iignln linking for something drill lie
Ions or condemnations lire complete In tho matter ko that people lien
hero Is nothing itetlnlte, anil no will hnve something to go upon I...
lore Ik knowi. In Honolulu now man Is explunntory.
. Lodging For Ten ,
The moving picture habit had
cnught on nt Honolulu to such an ex
tent that managers of the several
playhouses oro confronted with a se
rious condition and not u theory In
dealing with the crowds that visit
these places of amusement nightly.
Tho problem that the prop-ietora of
tho Honolulu theater nov fncii mid
beck to solve Is l.o.v ihey cm no
commoduto the hundred) or moro
people who uro belli,; turned uw iv
'There would bo no tinulib nli.'ig
tbiK lino," declare I i.n umiiigor tins
morning, "if we could Miocensfjlly
devise n means .if clev.tig tlio hoilso
of those paliiius lio hnve fit
through an ontl.a piaci'iin. To toy
certain knowledge peoplo wwiid 1 to
my houso on la it Hiitirdny evcnliir
Immcdlutc'.y after the doors wcie
oponed and remiineu theio for over
iContinuedon Page 2)
Disabled Chattanooga Towed
To Port By Cruiser Cleveland
Cianied With Seriois
BURNS ON MARAMA
Famous Ringmen Arrive From
Australia Will See
A notable collection of
and sporting celebrities nrrlvt d on
pugilists .Mrs. JjckV. Ko off the party started
fur tho Moanu Hotel.
At Hint famous rexort several
thu Maraniii tills nftortiooil. f.nktnll were ninminil mi nnd then
tlobcrt ritzslmnions. Tonimj Ilitrtis. the luck was uguln taken to tho
Ulll I.un', Hugh Mcintosh and Wll-iAquuilum, where the Johnsons were
ihim'CorliLtt of tin. Svilnev iii.fnrpii much Inteiestod In the many color-
B I! Lano was arrested this morn
ing nt 11 o'clock by Chief McDuflle.
Tho man is charged with a serious
crime, the punishment for which may
bo as much us five years' imprison
ment. , (
McDtillle 'got word of Lune's whero
abotits through a. friend of the 'latter
who wiiB hiding him and keeping him
posted as to the movements of the
police. This ft lend was, howevor,
told by MqDuIIIh that he would be ar
rested und charged with aiding Lune,
If lid did nOt come through with tho
Information as to where the wanted
Lane septus to eel his position
keenly and told McDuflle that he did
not remember iiuj thing of tho affair.
The' man will have to appear In court
tomorrow .morning for a preliminary
Tlui ago of a man, physicians suy,
can bo told by hU bloodvessels, Borne
pien would be happier If that was the
only wuy It could bo told Rochester
Democrat und Chronicle.
who Is going to attend thu JohiiBon
Jeffries fight In tho liiteicst of his
Hums stated that ho is road) to
fight l.angford and Kclchul.
Just eighteen mouths, almost to
the du), after ho was defeated by
Jnrk JoliuiMiii, Tommy llurim Is
ihowlng In Honolulu. Who will
Over forget the feeling of dismay
tbut agitated the whole sporting
world when tho cable announced tho
fact that a negro had become cham
pion of the world!
Honolulu sports wero staggered
when the news was received hero,
on December 27, 1908, that the man
who bad cleaned up over) thing In
sight In the United States, Kngland,
Hurope nrul Australia had met his
Waterloo nt the hands of'the Ethi
opian. Johnson had parsed through Ho
nolulu on several occasions, and his
boastful manner und Hath style had
Hot favorably impressed people.
With baldly any excoptlons, every
body hoped that Hums would win
from his huge opponent. Hut It was
not to be, und Hawaii Joined with
Australasia In Boirow at Hums'
Victorious Johnson in Honolulu.
Jack Johnson and his white wife
passed through Honolulu shortly
after the negio hud won the world's
championship belt. The new chum
pton was not too Hush of money,
und while In town disposed of his
big bass fiddle, with which he was
wont to while away tho tedious
hours while crossing the I'acillc.
Jack's little experience with Hob
Levi, the well-known hack driver,
will hear re telling.
Uurly on the morning of Juhn
sou's arrival In Honolulu, a 11 it 1
1 e 1 1 n man met him on Tort street
and. of course, asked for un Inter
view. "Sure, Jump Into this hack,
ami we will all go out to wulklkl,
said tho champion to tho scribe,
J'Ves, daddy, make the gentleman
come along with us," cnippeu
WIMsBsislillTO 1liifittfltMVriVtfin-ir ' At r n n "
On the way buck nn adjournment
foi refreshment wus made to tho
(Continued on Page 9)
To Trunk ,
u4,WAjaa f jwv
Stiff Penalty For Viola
tion Of The 4
A stiff line or u long term of Im
prloiinient will fall to tho lot of the
violator of the new plumbing ordi
nance which has been signed by May
or Tern today.
The measuro was Introduced before
the Hoard of City and County Super
visors some weeks ago.
It passed that body by a majority
voto only after considerable discus
sion. Tho new law provides for the as
sessment of a lino not exceeding live
hundred dollars or Imprisonment not
exceeding six months or both line and
The plumbing law will go Into ef
fect on July Cth.
Tlio measure deals mainly with the
failure- of persons or corporations to
bccure licenses to conduct business in
tlio city or county.
Vessel Lost Propeller
The disabled cruiser Chattatioog j
In tow of tho Cleveland, arrived In
port this p m alter an eventful trip
from the Orient, four und u half
duys out of Honolulu the Chattanooga
lost one of her propellers and would
nuve iic t'u ii ut'dr ucreiici iiuu u uui
been for presence of the Cleveland
Ihe four and a ha f di)s of towing,
which tided this morning, m u suc
cess In evei) wa) and no acrhlcsiU
The vessels are being Lent homo
from the China station after soy ral
years tctm of duty out in the lC-isi,
Mko other cruisers of their class such
as the Denver and the
which n.-ihscJ through Honolulu sev
eral months ugo, tho vessels have been
u long time awBy from tho nav) )ards
wheru a proper overhauling an I ro
llttlng could he accomplished.
As u result of the extended period
of service, the shafts of bath tho
Cleveland and the Chattunooga have
consldernbl) delerloted and this has
necessarily weakened their propelling
power. Tho advisability of sending
the vessels homo Is fully Illustrated
by tho fact thnt thn Oalvcston lost
her propeller while on tho China sta
tion. She had a new one fitted before
leaving lor the Unltod States, The
cruiser Denver also met with a stml
lar fate while voyaging from the
Philippines to Qiiam.
Tho necessity of the two cruisers
now In port, returning to the I'acillc
coast nnd going out of commission
Is apparent by thu accident which ho
fell tho Chattunooga in loosing tho
list) of her propeller 'four dn)s out
from Honolulu Tha loss of the port
propeller placed a grout strain uion
the star board shaft which Is declar
ed as weak from continued service
Commandor Hugh Hodman speaks
In tho highest terms of tho work of
towing the disabled crulter to this
poit. Tho Chattanooga was steaming
along about ten knots nn hour when
tho accident which bereft tho vessel
of her port propeller occurred.
The accident necessitated tho pick
Inis un of the Chattanooga by tho
four duys About ono hundred and
fifty miles n duy was made by thu
Oluvelund In Mourning with tha dts
nblfd vessel to port.
Tho Cloveluml will tow the Chat
LIQUOR LICENSE lill.lKH
SHOWS ABSOLUTE POWER
TO CONTROL THE TRAFFIC
Only Pure Liquors Can"
Now Be Sold In The
al Annex Kaloon; Frank Harvey, Ki
lohumi tuloon; M. Yumuukl, Wulanae;
DM. tiililvuti, I'acillc Suloon; Alex
ander loung Hotel, Moaua H6tel, Sea
NiJr Hotel, W. C. Horgln.Wdlklkl Inn;
P. Johnson, Honoulluli; 'Murlokn,
Wulmunuto; J, Madelros, Walnlua;
Jack Roberts, Kentucky Haloon; I'mst
Bnloau, Aula Saloon, und V Klmurn.
Tl o Horn! denied llcgniies to llree
Klght wholesale und fifteen suloon
licenses were granted yesterday af
ternoon by the I.lipior Commission
ers nnd live saloon licenses were de
nied. Hoffschlnt'ger & Co cettlnir ii.iimu -m i.n.i in ni.i c.u-i,ir Kln,m
aalve8toii,ier WK)0S0 Hcenso renewed on a nm uy Ushman S. Dvy, which m ono
rehearing nfter hnvlng It denied ut of tho oldest locntlons In llonol'ilu
the Inst meeting 'of the Hoard nd the last saloon on tho waterfront.
vvnoiesiiie ucensis granted were: The Jupanese denied Ilceiuis won
Hoffschlncger Co, Kvvoiig Chong Ichlkl, between Alou .mJ I'euil City,
Lung. Hop llnng, H Oznki, S. KoJIma, Nckemoto, Alca; Nakamurn. Knhuku,
Uivejoy ft Co. Mucfurlune i Coundl,1nd K. Ono, of tho Hanal Haloon,
Qonsalves L Co Suloon HceiiBtw (Continued on Puite 3
An Iowa woman aimed ut u dog
und shot her husband In the neck.
No woman should hnva u revolver, a
dog und a husband ull ut the sumo
time. Washington Htur,
Bulletin Business Omce Phone 230
'" Bulletin Editorial Boom, Phone 185
MORE APPLICATIONS FOR
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
" IORTLAND, Ore., June 21. The
body of the young man that was dis
cireiel in a trunk at the Union
flcot here and was received from
L'an Francisco yesterday as barrage,
hai b:cn identified as William A.
A wcaan passing as the wife of
Jesse Webb, a printer, was arrested
with Webb while oat ioyridinp-.
They were chareel with the raurder
if Johnson, end Webb weakened and
rcnfctsc.Uto Ihe crime, civinc the
horrible oe'ails. of the act.
WASHINGTON. I) fi .Tune 9.1
The Senate todav raised the renernl
ucnciency bill. The Senate also add
ed $3,uuu,uuu to tne nubile buildincs
DAILY SCORES OF
CSner.ial B n 1 1 1 1 1 n P.nhU
I AN FBANCISCO, June 21.-iThe",a
scuts in the bip; leagues play today J
are : V M
American Detroit 5, St. Louis 0:,
Boston 3, Washington 2; Cleveland
3, Chicago 2 (twelve inninp-'
Cleveland 0 Chicaeo 3- New York
4. Philadelphia 7; New York lrPhil.
adelohia 7. tk
National Brooklrn 1, New York' 4
15- Phtlmlrlnhln 19 Ttnitnn n. Vt.1153
adelphia 2, Boston 'l; St. Louis 0,
Ptttsburtr 5: Chicago 1. Cincin-1"
nati 0. vJKJ
IManaeer Chance of Chicarrn trnm
was hit on the head by a pitched ball
nnd was removed from the field inr
an unconscious condition.
THAN VACANCIES TO FILL
Enough Normal Graduates
To Fill All But
force of the Department uf l'tihllc
Instruction, uicoiillng to n state
ment made b) Superintendent Hope
To llll these vacancies there are
The vessel wus towed foil twenty-nine graduates of the Nor-
mm n nooi in mo ciasa oi iviu vvuu
uro eligible to uppoliitiueut, some h)
dlploniun and others by certificates,
so t hut If these all want, positions
there will he hut few positions to
tanooga to I'uget Bound uccordlng to llll
the nresent calculations of Commiiii In addition to the Normal Scuool
tho teaching force here, a great part
of them from the Middle West, al
though the Coast States nre well
Asked how many of tbeso appli
cations there were on Me In his of-
flee, Superintendent l'ope replied
I'p lo date there have been thirty- that there might bo one thousand,
two resignations from the .touching for thnv had been coming In"ever
since ue nun ueeu in oiii'e, ami mere
was a goodly number on file before
'Continued on Page 3)
Standing of American Leaaue, June 20
Hhtlndelihla v 30
New York .,, 19
Detroit ., 32
Hoston ,. 21
Cleveland .',,, 19
Chicago .,.A...... in
St. Louts , 11
WASHINGTON, D, C, June 21.
Bepresentative Saunders was today
unseated and Parson favored for the
dor Hodman, lllowevrr, orders fium jollglbjca foi appointment there uuve vacated seat by the Bepublicans, as
a result of tne controversy over the
new are or peoplo wpo hand you
something for nothing They will
expect you to pay doublo for It later.
Washington niny change the presi nt . been received by Superintendent
plans. The Chiiltunooga Is tri go onliope thlitjllve applications from
of commission ut the I'uget Bound floc.il eopl who wish to become
navy yard while tho Cleveland will
then procood down tho coast lo Maui
(Continued on Paire 2)
lenclnrs In the department.
1'jOin tho Cast on every, mall
come applications for positions In
Standing of National Lsague, June 20!
Chicago ........... 28
New York ..,...,., 27
Philadelphia .,, ... 21
St. Louis 18
WASHINOTON, D. C. June 21.-
The bill asking for the retirement
Justice Moody has gone to the Pre?
idem for tils signature.
BAN FBANCISCO, June 21. Sut
ar: 00 degrees test, 4.24c.. PreyiouiJ
quotation. 4.17c. Beets: 88 nnalv-1
sis, 14s, 4d.; parity1, 5.05c. PrcYiowj
quotation, lis. aa,
AA..--,.c--vfef?f Jiti'i..W. kUMiic'.kiJi , Jjwl;Ai4Vi,
ii . MiAtoi 1.1, nrtftiir iili-Tti'l. ! . i mitilBn'-riiu'lhinWkn i iltliiiiiii I. .MfriUftV' nil' 'r"t