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ESTABLISHED, 1882. Nd: 4853. 10 PAQES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF SIAWAII. FRIDAY. JUNE 24, 1911W10. PAGES.
ilRESS S WILL iWFffl
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 24.
The House of Bcntcscntalivcs tbday
adopted the resolution introduced, bj
Congressman Martin providing for (
congressional investigation into the
sale and disposition of Friar lands t5
the Philippine Government.
The adoption of the resolution
means that a far-reaching investiga
tion, with all of the authority of
Congress behind it, will be institut
cd without delay, based on the
charges made by Martin that the rc;i
rescntatives of the Sugar Trust and
'other capitalists were -emitted to
secure great, tracts of land in the
DUSSELDORF, June 24. Cbunt
Zeppelin made a four-hour excursion
in his dirigible airshin today, carrying-
thirty-two passengers. The ex
cursion was a success, without the
slightest hitch in anv part of the
HENO, Ncv.. June 21. Jack John
son has dechrcd that Flanagan shall
continue to manage his affairs. It
1 ad been stated that former manager
Little would be reinstated as John
sen's manager, but the big pugilist
denies the renort,
n i tir i ii .i linn
r. l. Yroous inargca nun
This morning a joyng ninn named
P. L. Woods appoared at the" Police
Court, charged with forgery. Th
crlmo wan said to have been commit
ted on Juno 1, and nlthough tho ac
cused In person d,vcr presented tho
check to the bank on which It was
drawn, ha obtained SIO on It from a
biiIoou man, who kept tho check In
Tho slgnaturo purported to bo that
of i:. II. Il.ith, tho plumbor, ami tho
liiiiount of tho check was $!!78. .Woods
had worked for Hath for some tlui.i
past and appeared to bo u stendy
joung follow. It Is, howuver, rum
ored that ho has boon mixed up with
a sporty bunch of men lately and go
Iiir tho paco a little.
Yestorday tho saloon man asked
WooUa to endorse Iho check and then
'later on presented It at tho tmnk.ltmilr property,
whoro It was declared to bo a forgery. '" "' lielltlou It Is staled that a
, i ..........i .....i i,i.i street nut tlirouab on Iho lines Indl
i;:::i i, auo.
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Hall h flio.l ut'
ItlllfU III) illllin rs(
tlOOO hut UP till noon today had vot
I ecu found.'
.i m i
HuiukkIIhk seems in ha running ill
turi'o a flux" set mid ua u Hipular
nimiin'ini'iil In hlgli wieliit)' vYulr
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Indictments Placed On Secret
. File Final Report, On
Seven Indl tincntH were ri'tiiincd In the, fnvon Indictments already ro
., tho Inderal grand JurrllilB morn-' '" 'J "X uri;rlcs '""
v llio sprung they will bo 111 the lintrh
or at ll:nn tind plated on tlto so-0f IndlUnicnts which am In be turn
uel 1110 liy' request or Foreman l'rntt cd Into itJurt next week,
if ili.it body ' I " '" '"'"orcd Hial there are about
, , ' , .... ..i twenty more. Indictments to bo re-
In making hi report lo Judge Hol.-,,, mi(, (, J)ry M )(ipn
nsoii. the foreman stated that only ,rtlnB InvestlRallons of wltncjscs
i partial report was presented at. almost dally for the past week,
his lime, but that on Wednesday of Hfneli warrants were Immediately
cxt week the dual 'repot t mverlng '"""' r' e In tli lii.llel.
be dellbcrattOI:H of the body would
jo presented to tho court.
Nothing startling wna,
LAND-BOARD VOTES TO,, -'
AWARD 24 MAKIKI LOTS
FOU HOMESTEAD PURPOSES
Problems Of City Lands
Arc Discussed At
MEMBERS OF BOARD
DECIDE Ojj EXPERIMENT
At tho meeting of tliq I.nlul Hoard
this mornliiR, that body agreed to
put up at public auction certain lots
In the city of Honolulu, and lo liumo
"lead others at Mnklkl Heights by
the iillotmont' plan under appraise
ment lather than by auction,
Knr auction there aro ono lot at
Iwllel, ono a( corner Of Tort and Kit-
rnn m,rUr oxnrrT
Alewa Heights Wants One
Between Judd And
Forty-five residents of Alowa
IlelRht recently petitioned for a now
street between Judd and .Wylllo to
Join Ulllia street and Alowa road and
n jury has been drawn to look Into
tba matter aud reiMirt,
l'ropcrty owners who would bo af-
ftrtri1 lis 111 ii iinur ut ! frfmolni'
(hoIr nn(, uro IullUi MrH c ,,
Klm, 1.. I.. McCandloss, ltooko Ka-1
tate. 8, M. Dallou. Kahopo, Territory
of Hawaii, 8. Andrews aud 3. (1. Wll
Of this number Messis. McCaudless,
Dallou, Knhopo and Andrews havo
I consented. to llio proposed road over
-"' i-., . m .., ...
I IldRhtH half a mile travel in comltit,'
at present tho only
way they can gut lo Ihulr homes tn
wheeled vehicles Is by Wyl!li street
Tlio new street would upon up a
I'onildorablu liact of pioperly for ro
Hldentlul purpoarH ,lhoro being a ills
lance of 2 250 feel lielwri'ii .Hold nud
Wylllo Ktievts now with mi hlii'i't In
nidus rciiirin-u, &i:u piaiaiiiu ijijniiry
will barn them nil appichcndeit this
itfteriieon if they can bo reached ln
,nl(lnl streets containing 2,7flll
rquaru feet, one behind Maklkl ccm
cteryi which Is small, and olio al cor
ner of llalekaulla mid Kllaucu
In Maklkl (hern, are tweiitj-four
lots for homestead on tho lielRlita
and olhors on the Walk lid side of
tho Milley- which may bo put-up on
tho allotment plan.
Fo'iw iIIscuhjIou was IndutRQiI In
as to tho necessity of advertising this
properly for oIrIU weeks, according
to terms of tho resolution which was
paused at the second meeting of 'tho
board, and It was tho consensus of
opinion that this eight-week uilver
tlKcmeit bhould bs lun only In the
rase of lots wanted for lease which
(Continued on Page 2.)
' CLOSES TODAY
Mayor Lukela lias Praise
For Davis And liis
Tho Itoyul School this morning
closed Its school term with ono of
Iho limit successful and prosperous
enrs In tho history of tho school.
This excellent result. otldcncliiR tho
nblo and Rood training of their teach
irs will bo recorded In tho school
diary to bo carefully kept In the years
to come. Kvery scholar seen this
morning lijid words of limine for their
tcachoiH and tho way they havo ueon
I'lomptly at 10 o'clock, IlU-Uouor
Moyor l.ukclu ascended tho plattuim
and after making a few lulroductoiy
remaiks In which lid gavo n brief ac
count of Iho school and Its affairs, bo
lliankcd Iho tcdrhcis for thglr kindly
and person orlng nuallllos wlilrli
t wm . u,y .,
Tho iccltiitlous were Inlurestliig.
Thf gyniiiiislln drills and fan duueus
weru nsiieelully so, When room 12,
under hU Angus appeared nu the
platform, tho pupils wore cheered nud
applauded by llm audience. Tlio air),
nearly all nf .luiuuosii piirniliigp. tuno
u itaiieo Willi tin finis
(Continued on Pace 2)
Yjom get the
DECLARE AGAINST I
I WtWLLEY'S PLAN!
The following resolution
hits b'cen adopted, showing
Ihc sentiment of well-known
icsldcntH. off Maul toward Ilia
We, (lie lindcrslgncd char-
lor members anil oxccutlvo
Club No..l,ljf.Walljikii, Maul,
hereby v protest against the,
ncfii rloim jpriict !- of the al
IcrpiI jirohljiltlonlsts on the
Islandt"'pfyM.Vul, anil call on
all si'od. iltlzcus of Maul
to oreitnfiOf. antl-prolillillion
clubs In $elr districts to
rnmliM .UioTevlls proiosed to
be lnnkteJJ on us liy tho
, IV. JIEIUIKIIT KIBLI),
' JUxciilIrt' Committee.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 24.
An agreement has been reached be
tween the conference committee on
the irrigation bill, and the sum of
$20,000,000 will be appropriated for
jrriRati(m and reclamation work,
The Senate has receded from its
opposition to the exclusive emnlov.
ment of army engineers in the work,
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. June 24. The
bier lcatrucs scores for today are:
American Boston Z, washineton
1; Now .Yerk 2. Philadelphia 1; De
trolt'l, St. Louis 5; Cleveland 2. Chi'
Nationnl Ftuladelnhia 4, Boston
6: Pittsuurtr G, Chicaro 5; St. Louis
2, Cincinnati 4.
Standing of American League, June 23
Now York 30
Uoslon .,..; 28
Bt. Umls , 12
Standing of National League, June 23
Club. W. U
Chicago -31 20
New York 30 20
Cincinnati 31 21
I'lttsburg 21 23
llrnoklyn 24 25
Philadelphia 25 29
Bt. Louis 19 29
Hoston 21 35
SAN FRANCISCO. June
Beets ! 88 analysis, 14s, 7d,: parity,
9,11c, Previous quotation, 14s, Gd,
Choor up, again' Tlint "boolblink
tliist" ciin't possibly Interfere with
the workliiRs, of your Independent
plant on Iho buck porch. --Indlunup-oils
A raven In londou' Zoological
(liiriU'iis ri'i'i'titly "" poruteil n(i for
niliirmt nud pimldfd, with spee
liules, lo Its head vtltli u sort of hood,
.i . ...
whgn you read
U. S. GRAND
Inter-Island President Fought
Rate Amendment At
fleneral Manager .1. A, Kennedy nf
tho luterdsland Hteum Natlgatlou
Company appcartd widl pleased at
tho outcome of tho attempt midu to
ipidy the liilerstato conimerro lnn
to tho InislneiiK of tbn steamship com
pany of which be la at tho bead.
Mnniiritr Ui.itnpilv iirrtleil tir the
steamship Blerra fills moinlnR after n
hasty trip to Washington where ho
nm,enrn.i lieforn the inrloiin senate
h..,i. i.i,mmiii.w in i.iii nt ni
local stramrhlp company.
Tho defeat of tho amendment, or
rather tho elimination of the 'clause
which bail to do with tho Inter-Island
HALF HUNDRED TOURISTS
FROM MANY STATES ARE
' DROUGHT DY LINER SIERRA
0:eanic Boat Carries
ARRIVES ON VISIT
Nearly (Htv tourists, drnwn from
nil sections ol tlio nialulaud, were In-
ciuueu in( urn recoro usi oi luisbcu-
gcrs mai nrmcii ni uonoiu.ii ruriy
tins morning, oy mo roou snip sierra
oi uio uccaiuc ueou
Ono hundred and thirty-six jer-
sons answered to their names when
IS THE TIME
Bodies Of RoyaL Family
Will Be Removed-To
Klgbt n'cliK-k this evening Is the
hour set for the beginning of tlio re
luoval of tho bodies of Itoynl dead
from their resent restlug places to
tlio now mausoleum recently made
ready for Ihcm under tho direction
of 8uierliitende1it of I'ubllc Works.
Tho I'rln'cess .Kiiwanamikoa return
ed on the Blerra this morning and It
was only iiion tier arrival that other
members of tho, family wero waiting
before having this work done.
Nonn but members of tho family
mny touch the raskets of tho dead
members of the fnmlly and the cere -
niony tonight will of an Impremlvo
No outsiders will bo present and
llio removal win iiiko soverai iinurs
nunng wmrn timo many 01 too rero-
hiahIaj Alfl.iiJi&ftt4 ! rilluiknlu lif llul
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nu'ndlr ' """
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on him 'ii ii n t II IT wtaniiii iiiiiu iiii
sealed un by workmen, wllhln Iho
next few days Hie tlinu of llio dedlrn
I ton of llni mausoleum will be sol
and lliese rurrpioiilos touiliii'lixl pub
PBIOI I CEHTt
Steam NavlR.illon burlnesi oomlnij
under I ho Inter-state retaliation, did
not npwnr to causu any creal cxpros
slon of sorrow upon tho part of l'ro
sldent Kennedy as ho dlseiissel tln
IlKbt thm ho iiinilo In behalf of hi
Interests before Congress.
'It did not lake Ioiir for the Con
.Krcailonal commltlco lo act. after I
" l'"-einvu mir uni i m ic
.immediately iisin my arrival at Wash
lnlon " ilivlarcil Mr, Kennedy llils
Ask d If there was other trouble
to fear from this ipurtrr Mr Ken
(Continued on Faqe G)
tho Fcdornt quarautlno medical olTl
ccra called tho roll, In tho Sierra's
srIooii this morning.
There were tho usual number of
kamaalias among tho passcugors,
some returning from business mis
sions that carried, them to nil parts
of the United States, while others are
back In Hawaii nc! again after bav
ins spent ii pleasant acatlon along
tho I'nclflc Coast resorts.
Tho Sierra, us usual, maintained her
remitallon ns n "safe, sana anil con
Eervftme )0nl. Sno calno ,0WI1 from
fi(lM KrancU(. n Ul0 rcBU(on lUo
dayR Iind tcnty ,10tlrg and Calal
j Houdlctlr- could have sliced consider
nblo margin from theso figures had
(Continued on Page 3)
Poppy Juice Is Tested
By Expert Pipe
There was an exhibition of opium
smoking given at tlio l'ollco Court
this morning by a witness In an
opium selling cusu. C, K Chilling
worth appoared for tlio defense, and
he ery much doubted l'rosecutor
MlUerton's claim that the .stuff sold
was the real dnpo, Judgo Andrado,
after listening to all tho ovldonco, do
Clded that tho only way to settle tho
matter wan to hate an expert Binoko
.tlio alleged poppy juice, and Kbo his
dcclclou on tho mutter
1 Anuria, the Cblneno detective, dla
nppeiited from tho court room for it
fCW mlnuleH and returned with n
small lamp, plpo and skeo. Then
t,n witness lit up and nutted awuy
wltl ovllU,lt ,,lljoymcnt tfo tho ,,,,0,
"" -n,,, exhibition was a siiocusr from
'",fl I'rnsecutlon'H point of vlow, and
'" 'I'-fHidant wus found guilty and
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You Mould iln luutli belter than Iho
other fellow If )nu had Ills I'limico
hi iui llilnk
The Bulletin's fait circula
tion increase record GOO NEW
DAILY SUBSCRIBERS IK 00 DAYS
is open to the verification of every
WASI IINUTON. June 21. United t
Stales Senator (loic of Oklahoma
created n sensation today, wlifn ho
nuuiiciv announced tnni nc nail ticcn .
Offered n bribe of $50,000 to with-
draw his opncsition in the Senate to ,
the McMurray contracts in conncc- '.
Hon with the talc of Indian lands
Tlia disposition of the Indian lands ,
has been befon Congress . for some
time, and a number of large , inter
csts nave been attempting to mint'
enre legislation favorable to 'them
LEAVENWORTH, ARn June 24.
General Fred I'muton is critically'
ill nt his home in -this city with heart
General lunslon Jiau- supreme
clmrcc- of Federal troops in San '
Francisco during the big flic and;
WAKUHMTrm. n. O. June 21.
.'"'.it' t' J "" .1.-1'-.. fa
iht liill rrviHltif (nr mtliliritv nu .
: "".,.'"','?,' . ".r;;::;' ' n
me cxcjiuHuii.3 in me iioiiucni cam
naigns, tltc bill providing for public
ity nficr elections X
WAS1I1N0T0N, I). C, June 24..
The committee on the irriiration,bill
is deadlocked, and the chances for
an ncrccmcnt do nut nppcar to bo
rjromisiiiK, 'Jt. -'
ni mrn miiiirti
Row At N hyilei Causes;
Arrest Of Three
At 6 oclock )estenlay ntternoou n
call for police was turned Into- tho.
station, nud Captain llukcr and two
ofllcHrH went nt once to Iwllel, where 1
it was I e ported that a soldier 'bad.
throated to shoot a woman.
Upou arilvul nt Iwllel, tho oUicora
found that tlio soldier was in custody
of another police ofllco, and (Initial
revolver aim suing uoi' uau imoiij
found in tho prlioncr's posseBSionTi
The story of the women who llyo
In the place is tint the soldier and'a
friend wnt lo their home nud seflngj
an old man there trleii to -set' hint
drunk so that they could rob him, An
llio old mull did lint resHind tn
Invitation In go lo sleep The trouble
started up, and In It tlio woiiiuilii
bed Iho soldier, who Is alleged, lii
havo drawn his revolver nud threat
tilled lo shoot her.
The wholo pally was conducted to I
Ihe police Halloo, whuru tlio soldi
wus ihitriietl vvllh turryliiK a ileaxl
wutiptin ami llio woiiuiii us t vnsra