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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4654.
10 .FAGES..-H0N0LULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY,
25, 1910. 10 FADES.
raiot i cnrrt,',JI
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READY FOR OPENING OF HAMAKUA DITC
Ready For Big
Prominent Citizens Of Territory
'' ; fathering For Event On
' . ' July 1st.
Volcano House Hawaii,' June 23. la very comfortable, trip urounJ
lpenlng.lceremonles of the new Ha- Island by way of the Volcano II
BillS A reiPen Enemy,
Manchuria 'From the East
m'akua Ditch, to), be held July 1, will KaU and Walmen.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
i arAfcTrrwrvrnw r n t.,. os
tho In resoonse to the messaee that wai The comniei.ceiiient of tho tea sea
IIoubo, tent to Congress by President Taft son is responsible for the Very large
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 25.
The adjournment of Congress ii ex
pected at 11 o'clock tonight.
The .President today signed the
al9& ' -Tit
bo attended by one of the largest as
semblies of plantation men and "Miri
ness leaders all the way from llono-l
lulu tq Iltto, that has ever been Men
on the Island of Hawaii. It will be a
very representative crowd tr the
weather holds eood.
Mr. W. Q. Irwin and Mr. Faxon
Dlshop of Honolulu, who were expect
ing to return to Honolulu this week,
have decided to remain over, and
nearly all the plantation manngera
along the coast will be there.
II. F. Lewis und his party, who con
stitute the advance guard, are making
urging tint a special fund of $1,- cargo that Is on hoard the Paclflo Rivers and Harbors Bill, also the
They left Illlo this morning, stop- 000,000 be placed at his disposal, Mall liner Manchuria, which reach Public Buildings Bill authorizing the
ping at the I'nlioa mill, where Sam Coneress tods- granted the neces- cd tho AJnken wharf at 1 o'clock this appropriation of $22,000,000.
Johnson showed them over tho mill sar authorization. nfteinoon. The White Slave. Irrigation, Sun-
and Mrs. Johnson entertained them Senator Flint of California first The vii.ael met with good weather dr Civil and Pension bills, carrying
nt 'lunch. Arriving- at the Volcano "resented the request in behalf of on the way uiioks the Pacific from $150,000,000. were finally passed. As
ti. h' .. ... . .i, ..it m... the Southern Pacific Railroad Cora- tho JnpaucEu ports. Tho Manchuria nassed, the pension bill retains all
pan- which has suffered heavily by called at Keelung, Formosa, and the offices under the pension bureau
the floods from the Colorado river, alio at one or two extra ports along which were for a time in" jeopardy
; he uovemment was witnoui the Japan coast oi. the preruut voy by congressional action.
House they rode oer to the pit oer
tho new uuto road that Is ndw com
pleted nearly to the pit This auto
road Is one of the greatest six miles fundj ,0 reimburiie the POmp..nv,
of scenic wonders that can be found.
"Pardon me, madam." "For whntl '
"I Inadvertently Jabbed my eve Into
jour Jeweled hatpin.'' Washington
REMOVAL OF ROYAL REMAINS
TO THEIR LAST RESTING PLACE
For two .and dne-half hours com
mencing at eight o'clock laBt evening
the Royal Mausoleum presented an ap
pcranco which was fascinating In tho
extreme to tho few who had she op
portunlty of witnessing It.
At tho hour mentioned the ceremon
lis attendant upon tho removal qf
lindles of the Koynl dead to their laBt
resting plncp in tho new mausoleum
vero .commenced In tho presence of
members of tho Ilijyal family and a
All the attendant ceremonies of tho
past were used In transferring the
bodies and thn grief stirring Hawaiian
LEAVENWORTH, Kan., June 25.
General Fred Funston, who was
reported as in a critical condition,
caused by an attack of heart trouble,
is today reported to have rallied, and
the doctors, who have been constant
melodies were chanted as Iho bodies
were removed by tho light of torches,
heart Bobs of the spectators being au
dible as the caskets were borne along.
TIia i.nnnrnl A nAm Anta wa.n In
tho hands of John F. Colburn, repro-lW at his bedside, .report their patient
sontlng Prlnco Kuhlo und the Kaplo- ouv ot inunroiaic uaiigcr,
lanl Kstatc; Col. Curtis laukea, acting' " m '
for and on behalf of Her Majesty ' TT?Pl?RTTrCl
horn and Superintendent of Public
Works Campbell, for the Territory of
The mausoleum was brightly light
ed at eight o'clock and the caskpti
(Continued on Page 8.)
Daughter Of Chief
Jusjice Beatty N
Airs. Alice U. Wright, who was ls-
Itlng In Honolulu, with her father,
Chief Justice lleatty, died, shortly at
ter hor rotnrn home.
A Ban Francisco paper publishes
Mrs. Alice D. Wright, daughter of
Supremo Court Justice lleatty, Is
dead at the family residence, 2109 Oc
The deceased had returned to this
city from Honolulu only a few days
ago, where she had been seeking
health, accompanied by her father,
BEurly In May Justice lleatty and
Mrs. .Wright left this city for a so
journ to the Hawaiian Islands. The
. trip seemed to be beneficial and the
Hawaiian Champion Takes
Two Sets To
A. I.. Castle showed by his play
this morning that he Is capable of
holding his own against most play
ers of tennis. He met and defeated
Edward Jordai., the young Queens
lander, who Is going through on the
Manuka. The score was 6-2, 4-6,
C-2. The visitor did well to get the
second set of the match and make
the third nnd deciding ono neces
sary. Jordan has tome fine atrokes, but
his service Is very weak, He at times
tried to get In the serve thut aston
ished most people when McLoughltn
was In Honolulu, aud (sometimes tho
serve came off. Hut Castle, wlthtbls
hard straight serve, handed out the
i -i i
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 25. Con
siderable money is being wagered on
the fight, the present odds being ten
to six in favor ot Jeffries.
ALL BOXERS ARE
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
own V.. T OK TV,. 1,a4
feeling that was engendered between
Jeffries and John I. Sullivan has dis
appeared and the champion and, the
ex-champion of the world are rec
onciled. Jeffries refused to meet Sullivan
because he believed that Sullivan
had stated that the Jeffries-Johnson
battle on July 4 was to be a fake.
There has been a general reconcil
iation among those in Jeffries' camp,
WASHINGTON, D. 0., June 25.
An Investigation into the charges of
attempted briberv made by Senator
Oore in connection with the openin"
of Oklahoma lands has been ordered
by the Senate.
age. Tlieio Is a light passenger list 'Ihe bill providing or the public-
and this accounts for there being ity of political campaign contribu-
torn for one bundled und thirty ad- ions was also oassed,
illilonai cabin passengers. No action in connection with the
The freight for Ilouo ulu Includes naming of a committee of investiga-
over fifteen hundred tons, or 2C.2S7 tion into the Friar land charges has
packages. The cargo consists of yet been taken.
about ever)t)ng rom gunnies to .The consideration of thetaail sub-
peanuts. sidy bin has been placed upon the
Leaving the vessel jt thli nort are order of unfinished business by the
twenty- four cabin, fceveu recdnd-class. Senate. .. -
and eight) roiro Asiatic passeugors.
Tho steerage pasiet.gers IncludeJ
forty-fair Japanese, thirteen Chinese
and but twenty-four Russians.
C. It. Huckland, the Honolulu and
Illlo newspaper man, has returned
from a round tifp to the Orient, aft
er having undergone a serious ill
ness. Mr, Huckland sailed from Ho
nolulu- some 'months ago on the Si
beria. He left for tho Far Kant upon
the advice of his physicians. A few
days after leaving this port, he suf
fered a partial stroke of paralysis. '
and when tho liner arrived nt Ma
nila tho veteran newspaper wpiker
was taken ashore on a lighter and
conveved to St. Paul's HoHpltul. He
remained there for two weeks, and
u portion of th time his life huiu
in the balance, Mr. Huckland ap
pears much benefited by the return
lOnntlnnfil nn Pare 2)
1l r I A XL TVT '
jiiy ana uuruy iitcorney inow.
Declares War On Chief
The circumstances surrounding the tho f.tcts was made both by Dcputr
strained relations between the City City Attorney A M. Drown and 'Dervj
nnd County Attorney and Chief of l)e- "' City Attorney F W. Mllrorton")
tectlves Mcllullle had considerable B"d 'llt, U" ffc' ro disgusting;
light thrown on them today. Jr,-, '" ,,ie "Pinion of tho rJopuUew
Clt and County Attorney Catheart "I"1 "f '"W". hcro cre not. sum
In nn Interview this morning made to c , '" wrn"lt B c,mrK' hcin I'""'?'
a Uullotln reporter the following B1" ' ' n"n"l' with Intcnt"t4
statomcnl: i L,""i" "" suriuns crime.
"My attention has been called to nn "section 31!).. or iho lievirod Law
nrtlcle in this morning's "Advertiser" known as the "ngrancy" law provl'd'oa
relating to tho caso against Kdwnrd C tUal nny ,wrg0Il who ,, Iewit
Lano In which ho was charged with , , , , , . , ,)
certain Indecent acts with a nine- year or '" ln W '. ""'B
old erl, i sunn ue puuished ny imprisonment or.
"I.ast Sunday evening Uino, ftccord- not nvire than ono jenr. nnd thejactsj
Ing to the story told by the little girl, of Lane dearly coming within thollefj
was guilty of certain lewd conduct Inlllou lit' was charged under thls'Bec.i
towards her. A full Investigation of (Continued on Page 7.) "iij
" CLOSE SEVEN SALOONS
AFTER HEARING CHARGES
MAY BE RAZED
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SPRINGFIELD. 111., June 25.
Repicseutauves Browne and Wilson
have been indicted by the grand jury
in connection with the briberv ot
Jcislators for their votes in favor
of United States Senator Loriraer,
whose seat in the Sena'e is now be.
in" contested and who it alleged to
have practically bought his way into
the uner house of Congress.
Typhoid Discovered By DAILY SCORES OF
Health Board Among
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. June 25. The
On account of the discovery of ty- " in the biK leaBUM VJ to-
phold fever at Iwllcl cump, the whole Am(.riMn Wa.hlm.ton
II1I.O. Hawaii, June H Seven
saloons were put out of business by
the Hoard of Llcouse-Commltsloners
for Hawaii jesterday. In every case
complaint was made, In some In
stances by Deputy Sheriff Fetter,
who had taken a trip around the la
in Hit noting as special Inspector for
tin- b.urd, aud In other cues on com
plaints by private parties.
t.cong Aknna, "tValpto; Young'On
Aonn, Hookena; John do MollotliKej
oken; Nobutaro Mori, Kopuka; .Jou
de Sousa, 11 Miles, Olaa, I'un Chanl
Illlo (Kevstone). "
Of these, one, by Kurltnul, JKR
for a new saloon llceuso, nnd tho
applicant had his old wholesale 'li
cense renewed Instead. ' J
Those who hnd their application!
grnuieii were as ioiiows: juna j. ti'i
Threo Illlo saloonkeepers wcro onJHa. Kralnkekua; 13. N. Holm.cs. Ho
nokitii; . Kuriiam, iionouiu: rraiw
els Vlerru. Walknmale: K. W. Ilarj
r.nrd. I.aupalioclioo; Koliala .Cluti!
Koluila, V, Hceb, laaullo; Frank'd
Itos.1, Olaa; Manuel Ilraucu, I.aupal
(Continued on Pace .) i
the grill, but two escaped, and only
one, the owner of the Kejstone Sa
loon, met the dowiiturned thumb.
The applications whl.li were turn
ed (lovvii were those of S. Kurltanl,
Honomu; Chns, II. Akl, Kaalehu;
MANCHURIA SAILS SUGAR STACKS
AT TEN TOMORROW, IN NO FLUR1Y
. It Is'taklng some lively work upon A little additional life was tnantfest
the part of II, Hackfelfi und Company at the session sales on the aft'clc
tho agents for tho l'nclflc Mall liner board this .morning. althoughTUie
Manchuria nrrd also tho atevedores to transnctong woro Dot of such miiSl!
get that vessel away for the coast at, tude Bg to caU8e my flurry- g
uiaa nus held or an even ngura
ten o'clock tomorrow morning, Tho
outfit of Russians u liable to be put York 7; Philadelphia 2, Boston
on tho move shortly by -the Hoard Chicago 4, Cleveland 0.
of Health und the camp, razed. I National New York 4, Phlladel-
Within the past few days ono case phia 1; Pittsbur 8, Chicairo 2; Bos
of typhoid was discovered at the, ton 3, Brooklyn 1; St. Louis 0, Cin
tamp, aud there are two more bus- cinnati 1,
ilclous cases will h may dcvolop Into
A u,mtm TlniM over fllteen hundred ,K ' , " . .k 1 .. . r,i?
H!ton or oriental freight for Honolulu. rouihout the week, selling nt jrf
ton 1; T,ll;re aro Hh,nn,u of eunM ,ry for ,0 8lmrc to,,ar' R
rlef-s,trlcken father bad hope, of his h iime' und '" t,le ,0"K rU"
a .. a. . ...... I won out.
liaugnter ueing resioreu 10 ueaiiu.
On the homeward voyage tho pat-
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. 0 June 25.
Schwartz, chief of the field service
of the Reclamation Service, has re
signed and will be succeeded by
The visitor is very ijulck at get
tlntr tn the net. nnil rertatnlv has
lent becamo suddenly worse and sank:,nnu, ,uvel. uruieiiand volloy strokes
rapidly until the end came , which remind people of Krumhhnar,
Mrs, Wright was a favorlto with 'once of Maul. Jordan Is a trltle
tlin iiniinniis usl 111 Qnn LVitliilunn ntul i.,i,,t n l.lal. ...nuli l.nt n n .. tintl
t.;::; iirz:':z z :: .... :rz. ::::;::.: ruy me ct ,.t mo d.m..
', ,, ,, . "... .7i.. -,. .... . i gogue Is due to the fact that he
wio was u years oiu, uim leaves vwo ry ni.i7. lovni . i ((n.t et there, - Itlcliliiond News
ISOIIS, Bljej b uim 7, mines uiiriUK ino uiri:oiHJis, nun uin l . ,
i , i III the third set made the spectator
Thut llroohlyn girl with two heads sit up and tulie notice,
wllTlie the envied of ull feinlnlnlly. There wu u ili crowd present at
Khe linn nlwuys wuneoiio to tit Hi lo, Ihe I'nclilii iniirls, nnd iimny paen
Albuny Joiirnul, uom from tha Munuku look lu the
K tt ii it it it ii it it it ti it it it it it it
match Jordan led for Austrnlln on
Iho (1. A. Lout und wns seen riff by
u number of rulullvus und friends.
SUndlno, of American Leigue, June 24
The Hoard of Health has been Club. V.
watching lwilel for many weeks and Philadelphia 3t
keeping n sharp lookout fpr any con- Detroit ............ 34
tuglous or Infectious disease which New York 31
might appear, but the camp has been Hoston ............ '29
In good shaie and sanitary. Cleveland Bfl
With the discovery of typhoid, wnsningiou ....... n
however u different phase Is put on wiicngo ... i
the inntter, and should other cases 81. l.nul r.!. 13
develop, H Is probable that the board
will take means to make the squnt
ters move ou, und they will have to
llnd .other sites upon which (o Itvo.
Whero the disease appeared this
week an elaborate course of dlslii
Standing of National League, June 24
New York 30
Cincinnati , 32
fectlon has been gono through,
fitrtlin. i-nfiiid ntn tint nviutrlnl
Tho camp has been nn eyesore for """" '.'""
and I'Wwk 2S
komo time, aud It is thought thut If
any serious number of uiseishuw up
It will have to do, ullhougli the resi
dents might move to other places
Bhould It be thought iieeemury by
the Hoard of Health to move tlm
ItilKsliiu u,uatters,th whdl of Iwl-
81 Louis , HI
goods, oriental provisions oil. bam- Mononaa caueu lor iuu on a-iM
boo ware Chlneso wir.e, nearly two block this morning This showsH
bundled clfestH of tea, 17,412 sscks healthy advance In this stock when
rice, 151 rolls matting, 580 tubs sake, compared with the sluggish movfj
350 cases curious, 300 cases canned ments of others, lletvveen boardSfljo
goods. 2207 tubs Bhoyu and 200 pack- Honokllll cmngea hands ut 19.120
ages of general merchandise. Walmanalo made Its bow between
The steamer will be dispute bed bu Ja d , ,, f 8 thmS
promptly at ton tomorrow morning.' .,,. , .... ... . ,, ;-i
Among the departing passengers will.24950 D 2i0 was m at ihi
bn llin iiionilmm of llin Mcltno Block Binning of the week.
n locnl stocks tfu
SAN FRANCISCO, Jane 25,
Hftti! R8 analvsls. 14s. 7 1.2d.! nar.
lei camp win m torn down und th jtVi 530. Previous quotation, 14i.
around absolutely cleared, 7J,
Company who open for an engagement
nt Sun Francisco,
Twelve land patents wero signed
today by Alctlng Governor Mott
Sinlth, six ot them being for laud nt
The six lots nt Illlo wore grant
ed to Susan K, Andrews, James Dels
vol, Daisy Itagsdale, Thomas (lunrd,
V. M. K. Vnunattu and Ivy ltlrhard
sou, Other pnlenls granted were lo F
H, l,)iuer Jr, nt" I'lipukeu-raumaliii
lloburl Hind, al North Komi, lln.
tho week Just gone has been notll
lo spenk of, not even a good ordinary1
,. . , . . .( JFT.V1
wuck 1 ne jumping ui ueeis maiM
a nine me hho 1110 marnei uuring 1
remainder of the mouth.
Tho remains of the late Sea
Harvey are at the Bllva Underta
Pnrlors, where they will remalitf
tomorrow forenoon Dining
members fiom the different,
to which the deceased belong
keep watch and ward as I
custom of ilawaltnns.
Notices aro In all of
papers of the city, calling u
members of tho different
i which the lute Henatnr waa ay
wall, Choi Moon, at Kills, Maul;
Manuel (lregiilho, Kuln, Maul; J. V , bor in moo nt tho imdertak
i.voiinri nun iiiooerta ttainos, cacn loriv ut I p, m. Ioworrov (w
01m ioi at tiamanua, Hawaii, idM ut uartlclpatlna lu
ff-&iiiitrtlfaiiWit 1 iir -iijiiitfb" Jtriyrf! 1 11 t "T ifilHl Hg: -"t JritolflwtiMifiiBlifirh' -"r-lY--"ft-'tt-- -"- --- - - - -luiti, -.',., wi.A.U .t .. ,, m mtuMtfafamto dWltilhtr hiisn, Hh ,htl