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From -Run Francisco:
l.urlliio Juno 2
For San Fratfcisco: ' ,
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Makurn .July 20
The Bulletin Rives result -to
ill mlvrrtitpri lie.rniltc it eives all the
news to Its readers.
Gives results, hence has highjsmk among advertisers.
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO, 4G'5,
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEIlRIT0Rir0F.4AvVAH. MONDAY, JUNE 27. 1010. 10 PAtES.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, June 27.
Appropriations passed at the session
of Congress 'nst adjourned total up
to $1,027,133,440. This amount ex.
cecds any previous rc;rdlar session
BEVERLY" Mat., June 27. Rob.
crt'Taft, son of the President, while
out automobilinp todav, accidentally
struck an Italian street laborer, se
riously injuring the man. No ar-
rests have yet been made, young
Taft surrendering himself and do
inp all in his power for the injured
RENO. Nev., June 27 Jeffries
mul Johnson arc well settled in
their training quarters and nhvsical
examinations by physicians show
that both men are in splendid con
dition. Arrangements have been perfect
ed whereby the men will enter the
ring at 1 :30 p. m.. JuW 4.
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAW FRANCISCO, June 27. The
Scores in big leagues play today arc:
.American Cleveland 5, Chicago
4; Detroit 3. St. Louis 4: Washing
ton "3. New York 4 (ten innings);
Washington 2, New York 1; Phila
delphia 0, Boston 2; Philadelphia 3,
Jjoiion 1; Chicago 2. Cleveland 7,
Rational St. Louis 2, Chicago 3;
Cincinnati G, Pittsburg 3; Boston
2, Brooklyn 3; Pittsburg 7. St.
Lcuis 3; Chicaeo 0, Cincinnati 2;
New York 0. Philadelphia 2.
Et.indlna of American League, June 25
Club. W. U PcL
Philadelphia 3S n ,C73
env York .-. 32 21 .103
Detroit , 31 22 ,fi(17
Iloxtiin ..v 2U 21 b519
Chicago M..N ' 20 2 ,3t
Clt'Volaintv... 20 27 .423
Washington ... 22 33 ,400
Standings! National Leaaue, June 25
Club. ' W, U I'ct.
Now iVork 31 20 .107
Chicago 31 22 .(81
Cincinnati '32 25 .681
Pittsburg 2! 23 .030
Hrooklyn 24 2! ,480
Philadelphia 25 31 .446
SI. Iiuls 20 30 .400
Uosttm 23 .15 .301!
V P. Wilson, n chauffeur, hail a
p'niil.summonn awnrn nut ngiilnU him
jlild afternoon, utnl thn offenso ho Is
charged with h Hull of' driving l'l
iiTiiTiiiinlillo wlihoiii a (nil Unlit.
"lir Balo" curJj nt lliillvllii.
TAFT DECLARES PARTY
PLEDGES ARE FULFILLED
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 27.
Congress has done much toward fulflllii'" the pledges of the Republican
OF THE GREEK CHURCH
JOIN MEXICAN COLONY
Twenty" more Rusolann, who nro
enld to lia'vn cost tlio llttlo Territory
of Hawnll somclhliiB llko 191.23 to
land In Honolulu, Hllcntly took their
depnrtura from theso ilvllghtrul slioron
on Sunday morning.
Thoy woro pucnB(rB hound for
Bun Francisco- uy' tho his I'aclflc Mull,
Tho Russluna arrived hern undvr no
oxpensa whaUoovcr, Hy tho payment
of a mcro thirty dollarx u head, they
will soon find thomiolvcs In tliu
But then whero?
Some Bay that they will ho met nt
tlioBteumer by tho roproBentatlveB of
the largo employment agencloit on thu
coast and tho HusBlun men will ha of
fered Jobs on rulliondB, inlncH etc. mitl
their women will he cared for lu tho
vlncyardB and orchards of Cnllforiiln.
Others Insist that tho IltiBsluna nro
leaving Hawaii nel at thu Instauco of
Archbishop Vllutto, thd rernmilzed
head of tho Crock church In Amer
ica. Archbishop Vllntto linn cloned u
deal wlierohy tho tlrcck church, llio
cstahllshod religious irBiinU.ulon of
Husula, has acquired u ir.nctif over
fifty thousand acres of luud ikmi I'm)
dolarla, Mexico. This .iuinl i hUuiU
ed south of i;i 1'iiso, llici"l!iiliis.HiiilfH
port of cmlry Into thu realm of I'rusl
dctit Dins. It 'la ilvcliwd u t.lrun.u.
IS V Lit
President Taft has declared that
ly suited for colonization purposes
and It Is tlio Intention of tho oUlelnls
of the Itmr'an church that It lie sot
tied hy members of that faith.
The majority of tho llusnlani who
hovo tirrlved In llonnlnli within the
punt (few months jip) inomljorj of '.ho
flreck church. In 'act with the Miv
oral parties that have reached these
shores luivo conio priests o' tho order.
It Is posslhlo (lint through the.io rei
rcsentiitlves the Arclihlsliop hns
worked up 11 movement unions tlio
local ImmlgrnutB tonnrdi 11 settle
ment of tho newly ucpilrttd tract In
It is known tint or ma Toud who
departed for tl.c, mumlnii'l 011 linn
day, n number ".nnin hero by the Mini
na Ken from Hawaii and Muul ports.
This would indicate tli.it numbers of
Itiisshius are Icuvlnr, the bland plan
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Juie 25, 1910,
from 10: JO s, m. to 4 p, m,
.1 lllrnno to Olua Sugar Co Ltd. ...CM
K I'likiiiultsu et al to Olua Sugur
ro Ltd CM
Entered for Record June 27, 1010,
from 0 n. m. to 10:30 a, m.
.1 Kahiiokcln and wf to W V Cole.M
Kat Cornwoll ul al to II Wulur-
hoiiso Trust Co Ltd ,
rjjfjJ-DULLETIN ADO PAY
FOR MEXICAN COLONf
Passengers On Nippon
WITH GOLD FOB
Kd KnbortB, one of the few pur'
rem who legulnrly eros. tho I'ucillc
wearing a smile tnnt ccldoin rubs
oT, Is nssiilcd that there uro at
least, sixty people in the land who
think htm about tho best over.
' ilie gunla'l Htoberts was the ro
elpiuiu' of'sovoriil valuable tokens
el leririd front1 delighted passengers
who 'inado UP' the toniojn) thai
ci oBEed-' Hie -pond o:; the lutt trip
of the Japaneui lluvr Nippon Maiu.
The fate"s wet'e not kind to the
Steunicr,viioweer, and befure the
boat, inmtjwiglil iVJI.i..GolUeu
Rate, sick'iii'KffMil lnokcn out which
whh of imtb a until, u that the Ked
euil a'laiuutlno atll'-crs statlulied at
San Kinncluco Immediately sat up
mid took notice;, llefore the med
ical ofllcciB had completed their
ti.ur of the thli and departed for
shore, they ordered the Nippon
Mum, with Chptnlu Harry Smith,
l'urror Ilolicrla, Do? Ilawkshursl 11 ml
t.ie entire slilp company,' to u seven
days' uerlod ut delctitlon at Angel
Hohcits Is raid to have fairly
outdone hi nice' f as an entertainer
per excellent. Ho was on the Jump
all the time endeavoring to dispell
the glooni that hovered oer the pas
sengers, who seemed lit first to peeve
nt their enforced detention, The
second day they all camo to Uoborts
and many of the qiiariintlnedcrowd
Insisted that they would not leave
the hospitable Nippon Marti tutf.
For suven duys omo new feature of
entertainment or umiiaemetit was
dovlM'd. Time sure did nut hang
heavily upon the hands of the pas
When moving day finally rolled
around, the quarantined passengers
delegated one of their number m
spokesman, mid this person confront
ed Kobcrts with a set of resolutions
which, -though brief, hImjuiiiI In beau
tiful and tou.hlng sentiment. Tho
document 'bears the signature of
every member of tlio ship's com
pany. Nor was this all. Huberts
was presented with u handsome and
valuable go)d fob. He also received,
wild equal pleasing grace, a lino
scarf' pin, and a set of pictures suit
The otiier officers were not for
gotten In the mlhsummer distribu
tion which savored of a noise made
at times hy Santa Clans. When tho
crowd lauded and found
ashore thoy drugged him up to 8ait
Krnnclsco'H Pnlaeo Hotel, where ho
was sumptuously dined. Then fol -
'owed 11 large theater party, with
tho Nippon Muni's purser as the
particular star who adorned a lodge
ntlerf with limn tv nnd ehlvalrv. Tho
passengorH also wrote n rompllnten
tary Metier to Dr. ToUer. tho ,
tntino officer nt San Francisco.
Harrold McOruth, the famous
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u.u.,.., ,,..v,.,, .,,... .....w
Siapii oiies 01 ins mimi worn,
(Coatlnurd on Pace 2)
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ATLANTA. Oa., June 27. W.
Bostwick, who was accused of as
sault, killed three officers and
wounded three more who were at
tcmnting to arrest him. Before he
could be captured, he
Bulletin Buiinesi ODlce Phone. 250
Eullethi, Editorial llooia Phone 185
Nippon Mara Carries Recruits
For The Island Civil
Policeman A, I'. Utley of Precinct
Number 2, city of Manila, may be,
compelled to wear the commouplnco.
tin plated stovo-lld mednllluii of of
.tec while on duty nt the overneal
'il but hustling American mctrnpo
Is on Ihc banks of the murky
I'nslg, hut when ho Is trnvellng
iciosa the blond expanse of the 1'a
:llle, returning from a tlx-montli
leave Of absence, h kporta a rndl
int, refulgent and ashing diamond
that Is pronounced by the Staff of
juicers on board the Japanese liner
.Nlpimn Maru to be the kingpin of
tcliitlllatlng mul princely lavish-
blley Is one of twenty or moro
peisons who make up the majority
of the 'nansengera on the iMtatl.il
Toyu Klsen Kiilsha steamer. They
wjll leave, that vessirnt HougkouB
tunr'take pasaagp on one" of the
sniatlcr'veHsi;l'vilcli make regular
vlrlts to tlio I'lililpplnoTcapltul, .'
The Nip pop Mnru may ho short
on ical llfu-sizcd nobility 011 the
otttwuiU trip to the coast of Asia,
hut what the ship's (ompiiuy lucks the Pacific Mall office force that for
In celebrities It- more than makes n few minutes It was genetnlly ho
op In tho Interesting company of llcved Hint It I', Schwcrln hnd tin
tcltool teachers and employes who expectcdly loturtred front. Now York,
have, decided to Cast their lot with The Nippon had 11 hard time of It
"tho best government on earth." as at San Fratrlsco after arriving from
exemplified In Undo Sam's farthest tho Far ,Kast, Tlio liner has been
posierslon. twice fumigated and In now gtiaran--Tlie
ic-rultB for the Philippine teed to he the cleanest ship Oil the
llnroait of Kducntlon have been re- Pacific. The sulphur fumes oxl
united from the middle and north dltcd the gold In the officers mil
ern States. The squad of teachers forms and destroyed tho polish on
Is of thn mns"iillnn persuasion. Tim nil Mi metnl work. Superintendent
aiemlnts jiro Journeying to it trop- Jnmet (illddou has had tho busiest
Ical eoujitry, as thousands who have few iia)s of his nueer restoring tho
preceded them, nrrayed In raiment ship to Its ynchtllko spotlnxsncss,
'hat usually serves to protect the and when the Nippon sailed the only
average dweller In tho frosted ami reminder of Its advitntures at Angel
Inhospitable "com holt" of tho Island was the dull - llnlsli on the
-In the Nippon Maru's llttlo crowd
"Mr. CljllllnRworth scorns to have
the same idea as the police depart
ment and somo others in this city thatJ
the Prosecuting Attorneys office has
nothing to do," said Cathcart In the
crlmlniiPrnitrt this morning. "I would
remind him that a motion for sus
pended sentence comes from the pro
secution and not from thu defense In
a enso," ho continued.
The remark of the prosecutor was
called forth In tho Klpapa Incest rav
' which camo up for sentence this
morning and In which Chllllugworth
.upponrcd for tlio ticrense,
Ho had ns'iod thn court In tho
event that both parties agreed to live
l"'rt nl"! l " t'acl' ,,,ller
Bonicnce oil suieniieii.
j After Ills reminder to tho attorney
,r,l,he ,ofc""H C"l,1lcurt ''. Jl10
, motion 1 or siispeuueii seuietiru linn
self and tho court ordered ' Hint the
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I "UI.IHH h' I" u.ii, ...."..., ." ..."
1 .nunijntly and thu man remain lu
,,,.., wl,rn ,. ,- .. .......loveo of
1 - ---- -- - ,-
,tnu unrein 01 I'orestry
OAHU ALUMNI TO
Tomorrow afternoon ut Alexander
Held, the Oahii College Alumni will
piny a return mulili ugultat the
Cleveland 11I110, and an exciting
B'r,""Kln '" expecteil. 'Tho ilneun
of elicit teiim will be about the same,
anil thu sailors are determined to
"' " "'l,1 '"' "'" -ml"nt
On WayC h a f 1 1 Of
of flrt-callu pnssengem nro 11 1111111
her or young men who will endeavor
to gnlu a livelihood us department
dnrL.' ami u(.a .... .wn.il.nva I
As tlm vessel will remain nt llr.
uolulii until 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning before easting on her lines
at Alakea street wharf mid conlliiu
log the voyngc to tho Colileu Khst,
the cruwi) uro putting their best I
licks at sightseeing satis, aiiloiuo-j
biles, saiiB hacks or livery rigs, slm
ply relying upon tho friendly olHcs
ct the sIxty-flVQ seated null rapid
moving ears operated by tlio local
ttrect tallwny company.
Tho Utley Bparkler Is declared,
however, to have reived to lellevo
the ledlum of the Ave days ami
I twenty hours voyage fiom S.iu Krnn-
clsco, If such a thine aa ennui bf
humdrum could ba found on n, r.UlD
oyer "which ltd. llol'eftM ptekldes a.
purser. . .TJie Manila nitin Is said to
havo worn tl'iTnbw famous dlnmund
while ut San Krhnrls'n, nnd upon
visiting the K'ood building thn rays
from Its pollehcd facets so dazzled
nncn glittering gold braid that dec-
orated the. tinlform of tho offl era.
'SHE HAD ONLY
Pretty lloslo Kreltas In court this
morning elated that slio had noth
lug to live on, as site had left her
litisbniul nnil her total worldly
wealth amounted to but fifteen cents
in coin of the realm. Hiio uenteu
having ich e6tutc or other property
that would support her.
Mis. Kreltns appeared before
Judge lloblnson asking that she be
granted utt nlmolulo divorce from
her husband Noah, us he had been
cruel to her and she had left mm
one week ago last Saturday night.
on tho occasion of his striking her.
Nouii, she Mild, had tlifco busi
nesses a hut store, a hat cleaning
More, nnd a clothes counlng"Hlore.
According to u statement made by
her attorney, Noah appeared to he
making from one hundred and fifty
to two hundred dollarB a month, and
permanent alimony lu the sum of
IKIpoii dollars weekly was asked.
The divorce, to which no contest
w.n3 made, was granted. Perma
nent alimony In the stttii of fifteen
dollars a week was allowed, Altor
ney fees of fifty dollars and court
co.ts of thirteen dollars were alto
ubsehsnd upon tho defendant. 1
lloule Is hut elgltcvn years of
age, and was married In 11)08.
tt tt st tt st st ss ts ss tuiiin ss st st ts
On Wednesday tlio uliliuiil ulna
will piny the team from thu Chat
tanooga, utnl another good game Is
being looked forward to by both
tides, The games on both days are
lo start nt half-past four o'clock,
ami (hero should b a crowd out nt
Alexander Field nt tho hour nieii-tluued.
:0HE, Italy. June 27. The poi
lice authentic here have inucd-jm!
emphatic demand for the cxtradt-i
i(nn of filnrlinn
who murdered hisj
wifc fMrs Castle)
nt Lake Como
. . . . ., .'
nnd s:t her body adrift in n box,j
Charllon arrived tlitt:c days jroI
Ilk 41VW AVIiUIII IUUUV U VHIIUII.,
or the nutnlrr.
Special Bulletin Cable.,t"h
I il rEDKO: Cat. -June 27xs.T,c&
sides' the ypriit Ifawati. the fojlowjl
Intr ynchts have bcerf cnlcrcd'W farl
for the ttans'ULiflo rnrc to Hoiiog
lulu: Winsome, Sttce'hcait nmll
(Snccial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, I). C June 27.
The investicntion into alleged il-
leeal methods employed b the lobby
maintained by the stcamshin comor-
atfons. in the interest of chip sub'-
siuy, tins iKcn practically concluded
It is declared that the cltarccs mode
hnvc not been sustained by the cvi
aencc. . ..
. . ,
MEXICANS AFTER CHINESE.'
CANANEA, Mex June 27
lurRc numucr 01 (Jiunctc labor
havo demanded protection from" tnell
Minister nt WashiitRton. They de?'V
rtirn Hint 4I,m Ta.1....... l....'dK i it
v.-.u ...... iv 4iAiiiii iiitvu ijuvnv-
cited to dynnmito (hem nnd .their.
nomes unless they nuit the country.'
HOTT-SMITII WILL ?
At three thirty this ulternoon.
ing (.uvctnur Matt Bnitlh will re'et
seventeen shots, blitiiks, aftcr'ltii
Ing hla oniclal calls on CnptnlmiM
mini anil McDonald of the enilj
Cleveland, and Chuttatiooi;.. , il
Thu Acting (iou'mor will beij
cotiipaiiled on Ida official visit bv (
oiU'l Jones of the National (imirdthl
calls lioliu; made In return. for .lliosi
of lli euuiiiiatidlug otllcern ii tit
i-iuir'-iN at 111B uupnoi too iiayutti
tholv arrival In imrt from tho' rirleii
That two now liners of the Tliosem
lyM; nro to bo laid down nt onco.
llluo Funnel tine, and dipt Oanfa
to be retlr'd front the UTcritooli
VlctorU servlco, Is tlio news hrongul
to Victoria 11 C-. by tho atoarnei!
Qanfi. which l ittppoEcd to be-rwttt
Ing ber 'ut voysge to that lHtrt-tTt
big llucr, comuijit'ied by Captalnllj
cell. Is not by any means obaGlM-tf
mid lit r carrying duys uro not neurliik
nit end but uho.ls not needed, lil
inn emu, me 1 luiuaimim iianye
pin 111 rommiHsinn me two tel
mentioned urn In addition to tl('t
to lie used in the AuEtralutilunAi
A rumor to the effect that tws;
era were to bolmllt for tlio Qrki
trado was published a month itrl
ago, hut tho latest itilvlco InUfttit
vi'Ssnls win in nil probability'
ployed on tho ruu to this
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