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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4660.
10. ?AOES, HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, Jl LY 2, 1010. 1G PAOES.
PRICX I OINTf
Alexander Young Dies
At Home This Morning
. Tlir II ill I el In hIII lip ImmmI on
' Monday, .Inly 4, (tiling nil account of
tlio Jeffrles-Jolinnou rontrit liy
Capitalist Succumbs After Lying
In Comatose Condition For
36 Hours-Blood Clot On
Brain Proves Fatal ,
And Death Comes
V' At 11:30
Alexander Young died nt 11:10 o'clock tills niornlntr after being In n
rnniutosc ntiitc for more tlinn thlrtr-slx hours.
The end enme cailly mid peacefully.
For three nights past Dr. (Icorge Ilcrhert, uho was Ills attending ph).
slclun, hus nt the bcdfildc iiiid'lms been with hint almost ronitnntlr during
the day for the past three days. '
Lust night the Male of coma was inori' pronounced mid slight lioppM
were V'ld ont liy the pltfslclun that the ,piitlent would' Hie the night
. The offlccs of the Ton Ilamm-Young Com puny-arc closed out of re'
upect to tho lucniory of the deceased.
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1 Miss Until I'enrce. tlio imiightcr nf
Hubert und Sus.ui Armlgcr I'earcu of
, Munition!, Norfolk, Kugland, nml on
i thu sixth of March, 1SG0, they wore
Hamakua's Irrigation Ditcl
Sets New Mark For Hawi
I'rlnce Kuhln, tlio Delegate In
... ,, ,.,,,,, i I l mice luinio, mo Delegate in
married In Muni ford I'arUli Eplsco-I .,. ,,', ' . . . ...
, .,. .. ,ii. Co n r em, Is not u passenger on board
pa Chinch liy Itov John lluvon, rec-,.. ..', ,, ,, ,,' .? . ., ,
J the t'aclllc Mall liner Siberia, which
I I ilun t nrpLl u (.(nriiliiii nwirnltii
On the twenty sevuith of tho Haine
month the bride and bridegroom om
bniki'd on the "Woodpecker" for a
honeymoon trip around Capo Horn U
Vancouver Island, atnl landed nt their
destination on August twenty-sixth.
Mr. Young carried out both con
tiacts most satisfactorily to alt can
coined and, In tho course of events,
lauded at Honolulu from Albsinl In
tho good old ship "Egorlu" on tlio llflli,
of February, 18G5.
Is due to arrhe Monday morning,
A cable lias been received by C.
A. Long, . mi Intimate friend of the
Pilnce, stilling that Kuhlo tins de ,
elded to remain liter In California
until .In y 9, when, liiBte.nl nf coining
by the usual route, he will be un ,
extrn "band" on board the ,va lit lla-
wall In the tnins-I'.il-lllc race. I
It Is stated that the I'rlnce was In i
San Ftimclsio with the Intoittlon of ,
J coming mi
Great Enterprise Started by' ,!;.
John T. McCrosson and
Carried Forward By Engi
neer Jorgenson, Com
pleted in Record
Shortly efter landing lie formed a
.k. Bll.arlu I. ill Hnillu i.viiuh lulu JIM ill-ill milll'l'U- rkllllia IIIUUIIIUIIIS liaru IM'.ll rilliniUK
, ., ...... , , ,.. cd where others had failed to wo the I in id
I decided that It would Improve his
opportunity or wcr frightened out by'
'I 1UIIUI1I& I1U l.'tlllVll ., ... , , ,,, ,. . . ... iJlilltl, tllllllJ If, ntlll II IKIlll lll'll till, U
partnership with Mr. Win. UliK,Uo, earn, ...a.er.a..,- .. ne wre u ...se ,,, ,,,, tuIl!t u,pr01ll.ntci, ,
' ... -.Illia InnirnH nu tt iilrn nil iliu lltwn I ....
no from Alborol. Jlr. v. .v- ...,-., .. , now ci,,!,.,! nni( Hp!endlilly
Mr.-Youtig died at his Walklkl
home In the midst of those members
"of his family who were In the Ter
ritory, death coming slowly and
peacefully. He had been only par
tially conscious during the past
Thoce present nt the bedside, bo
aldes Dr. Oeorgo Herbert, wore Mn.
Young, Archlo Young und wife, Rob
ert Young, Mlsi Dertha Young, C. O.
an Ilunini and wife, and Dr. and
Mrs. Anderson and children, other
members of the family being In Cal
ifornia. All his life until ten weeks ago
Jlr, Young hud been a robust and
vigorous man. At that time ho had
u seizure In his oflVe nt the Young
-.building, a clot of blood on tlio brain
causing u slight convulsion.
He recovered from that attack and
then five weeks ago lie euffered a.
Eecond from the same cause, from
which he never recovered nml which
was the Immediate cause of his
Ho had been confined to his bed
Tor the past Ave weeks, and, ob be-
who also came from Aluornl
Mdgato'was n millwright una tneyi
put their fortunes togethsr and opened
a foundry and machine shup In Illlo,
Hawaii. Thcro was not at that tlmoi
( iiuniclent, business to support their entj,!
lerpnsu anil nr iuur ji-wm i
"narrows It was abandoned. Ungate
going lnti sugar plantation business
Mr. Young was In the 78th year Young taking hold of the immagoment
of his ago at the time of death. On of the Honolulu Iron Works nftor bav-
March 7 last, Mr. and Mrs.. Young Ing Uotiglit tne interest oi me innuer
celebrated the fiftieth nnnlverBary of manager, Mr. Thomas ungues,
their marriage, at which time all IneIT.cIcnt machinery rpr extracting
the children and grandchildren of and treating thu Juice of the sugir
tho touple. were present. cane had hitherto strloiuly, hludored
Mr. Young's Career. the planters in their progress and Mr.
Alexander Young was born atlllack- Young earnestly devoted his attention
burn, Scotland, December 14th. 1833; to this Important matter and, to tho
the son of ltobsrt and Agnes Young, best of his ability, stroto to Improve
Ills father was a contractor who Strug, tho sugar factories In tho Islands,
glcd along In tho world with a small He retnlucd tho management of the
Incomo and a largo family. Ills son, Honolulu lion Works fur a pjrlod of
Alexander, look to tho mechanical lino over thirty two years, when ho resign
and was apprenticed for a term of five ed In fnnr of his very able assistant,
years with Aloxandor Chnplln Com- Mr. C. Ilcdeniann,
pany of Glasgow, Scotland, as a me-' Mr. Young Invested practically all
chanlcal engineer and machinist. ihls oarnlngs In the sugar business and
Shortly after his apprenticeship ex- aided In the promotion of sovcrnl civn
plrcd aud being trusted by his employ- panles to work plantations. Ho was
ers. ho was sent by thorn to London for mnhy years pnfrldeiit of tho Ve
to erect machinery for them there for poekeo Sugar Company and vlco-pres-neural
parties. Ho showed marked Ident of tho Wnlakea Mill Company,
aptness In tho trado he had chosen controlling tho stock of the former and
and at the end of 1859 ho entered Into owning five twelfths of tho latter. He
n three years' contract with Anderson was also, until a few joars ago, large-
& Company of tondon to proceod to ly Interested In tho Kahiiku Plantation
Vancouver Island with a shipload of Company, for which ho was, together
machinery which had to go nround tho with Mr. James Castlo. largely ro
Ito iiL-rnpil to erect nml oner, aimnslb e for tno ctllcrpriBO ni um
(Continued on Face 2)
fore stated, had been In a comatosol Horn
condition for the naBt twenty-four, nin n tnrirn sawmill ulant nt Albornl. start
hours, only partially realizing what'iint, beforo leaving England ho enter.l In 1877 he becamo a naturalized clt
was going on around him. cd Into another contract and marrlod I (Continued on Pact V.)
ft l ;,
pletud and splendidly
constructed Lower' Hnmnkua Ditch.
This was thu principal thought pre
sented by W. (1. Irwin In his brief
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
KIN0ST0N.' N. V.. July 2. The
cldett son cf Henry Watterson has.
b:en arrested and charged with the
ihoctlntr of a ssloon man. Youn?
Watteison is said to be su fieri ng
from a religious rr.ania, '
DAILY SCORES OF
SAN FRANCISCO, July 2. The
scores in the big leagues' play today
American Philadelphia 8, New
York 3; Philadelphia 8, New York 1;
Chicago 3, St. Louis 2; Washington
2. Boston 5; Cleveland 11, Detroit 4.
National Boston 6, Philadelphia
0; Pittsburg 1, Cincinnati 5; New
York 3, Brooklyn 0; St. Louis 0, Chi
Hnmnkua plantations. I
uecr can nplireclate what
to bore nliiu miles nt tunnel and.
t trcn miles of opai ditch and flun
Unl n man who deals wlth'moi
men, cuo who know a thu Umldltl
big capital, can form nn adcqnatoij
of fhc stupendous tusk (( getting?!
of large means to limiit oysriuj
Hon dollnrH In mi entcrprlso orj
charocter. Hut llicsc two little nvgt
bl'g brain and groat deturmlna,
conquered nil tho illfflcuUteH, "SU
IctorIes against nil tho barrlcrji
ed by ninu nml nature. TheyjJ
built tho greatest Irrigation ttRj
the Territory In record tlino.fj
Innlnll., II.a t.'ul,il ,.f ft'.
tliiough tho Kohntn mountains
second largoft In the worM.mj
great uimnison innnei. nr-rwn
niurh has beeu written be
Honolulu people who welitj
l-.irMele to ntteiiu tlio opemng
dttb gut n drat hand lt'w,
HARRY F. L
WHO HAS ASSOCIATKl) WITH
JOIIX .Mcl'ltOS.SOX IX FIXAM".
IXO TIIK 'I.OWKU 1IAJIAKUA
Max Schlemmer Pleads
Not Guilty To Both ,
This morning at 9:30 tho Federal
court went Into session again, tho
HILO OUT FOR
Have Hopes of Bi-monthly
The oft-repeated story to the effect
that the management of the Ocennlc
first time -since the mlddo of the Steamship Company might bo In
woek, and tlitce weio a number of duced to place another steamor on
small matters taken up by Judge Hob- tho San Frnnclsco-Hawnllan Islands
ortson. !run has uguln been brought to the
Among them wore tho pleas of sev-. fore through an offort along this line,
eral persons Indicted by tho Fedorul""1 belnS mauo tno Merchants'
Grand Jury. Nigel Jackson pleaded 'Association at lino
not guilty to tho charge ngalilst him
under tho Edmund's Act, William II.
It Is tho Intention nf tho business
men of the Hawaii metropolis to take
a marine, entered the a united stund for a .ioro Irequent
and Hlriito. u Japaneso, I steamship service to the mainland.
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 2
President Taft ha appointed J. R.
Clark to be solicitor to the Depart
raent of State, succeeding to the va
cancy caused by the resignation of
James Brown, who has been named
as solicitor to the International Ar
bitration Court. "
cago 7 (game called in fourth inning remarks ut tho formal opening of tho
on account of rain), .great Irrigation ditch ut Kukulhuolo on
Jnlyl. It tells thn whole Blory In
A"DrnT"1T T?C! brief Kor)ears tho waters of thu
SAN FRANCISCO, July 2. Abe
Attell and Freddie Welch have sign
ed articles and been matched to fight
Ifcr the lightweight championship.
The fight will take place in England.
o sea through thu Wnlplo Vul-
Icy, Kor years tho sugar plantations
und agricultural enterprises along tho
Hnmakim coast huo suffered from
drouth, and lost millions of dollars
through lack of water. UjiKlneer
lmo been through tho Kohala inoiid
tnlns or auUhe -public generally un
dcrstnnds them from the lew gained
fiom thu dec ut.- passing steamers,
the headwaters -of the WaipIif'Vnlley
sti earns and they tunc reported eith
er udvcrsely or with so little enthusi
asm that capitalists looked upon the
Irrigation scheme as n good theory
but quite Impossible practically,
Ttii.n MrPrfiMunn rntn.k ftlnnir villi
his knowledge of the water sources,!
backed by convincing enthusiasm for
i tlio assured kuccosh of an Irrigation
ditch tapping the water sources of
Walpto. Closely following McCrossen
camn John Jorgenscn, the construct
ing engln or who line dono tho great
est eng'neerlug tasks that Hawnll has
onr knwn McCrossen had studied
tho I'fiial'i moiinlnlns; Jorgensen
kind's how to build ditches, und got
water to Its destination by the shortest
! nml best route These men, thanks
to thu timely financial assistance of
H, I' Lewis and other inemborH of
thu firm r.i l.uwls & Co. made goo I,
As u result wastu waters will bo
brought to fertile fields ntyt wnsto
places inado to deliver their sburo to
tho genoral prosrerlty.
Kew peoplo In this Territory realize
what a tremendous proposition tho
lower Hiimnkun Irrigation ditch Is.
Only close acquaintance with tho
srenos of action can glvo one an Ink- woik as It was ueailug Its.
ling of what a great work has been Hon. Kow If nny of them kno
going on within tho mountains hnrd-; thing of tho technlcnl construe)
erlng Wnlplo and through thu fields (Continued on Page 4)
jv jrA H
OF I.KWIS IIH0S., WHO TOO
AHKXCY OF THE II.VWAI
(IATIOX C03IF.VXY .(A
A.tXCKD IT AT A TIME
THK l'HOJF.CT CAIXKBfe.
FIXAXCIA1, C0UHAHK. ",$g
also pleaded not guilty to the chargo The question of putting
Max Schlemmer was arraigned,
charged with biluging ullens Into the
country jContrary to luw, and he plead
ed uotvi)ullty to the charge.
Schlcmmer's case was continued un
til October term of the court on mo
tion of counsel, no objection being
Sonoma or tho Ventura
steamor Sierra orl :i bi-monthly tun
which will Include Honolul'l, l.'llo und :
thonce to San Francisco, will be tak
en on at once and receive the en
dorsement of trfe business lutoicute of-Iljlo
They contend that tho pie&on.
WASHINGTON. July 2. General
William Marshall has been appointed
consulting engineer to Secretary of
the Interior Ballineer in the work
the 0f the United States Reclamation
1II1TT OIIITII k IHinirVITO
N1U II -01111! II rUTUUIlO ' f
INSPECTORS FOR PLEBISCITE
ELECTION ON 26TH OF k
UTICA. N. Y., July 2. Theodore with but few exceptions tho elec-
I Tl a AK.cti IaJrh Jail 14 aA inn(tl(M . .. !... -. ,.11 !. i.u.nlni.i a
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2.-Bets f "u""tt,STJr;" ---JZ . 1 . 1" ,0" '"HC ur" '. ' . l "".'" .
are being freely made at even money
that Johnson will stay eighteen T"SV1 4"5 v. ., vZX
II. Tl Tir.i. c ' u ww -..
to a political club to express an en- m tho Territory have been named for
dprsement for himself as Governor of tho July election and lme accepted
buiuuci ilB appointments tendered them by
f JL J M " S
I In the Fifth Hepresentutlve Dis
trict, Ouhu. six of tho fourteen ot-
Inf. iir..lii.la l.nva 1ml tu-.i InatiAP'nrii
"TjU'NJC!('Nr us yet, those In which otie Inspector
0JlXVitJJVt )( lHCkg Long tie econd, koventh,
eighth, nluth, twelfth and fourteenth.
There wore six cases on tho pollco
court calendar this morning und Judge
Audraile only sat for a fuw minutes
as all the casus except one wcro sent '.purse to be contested for by Johnson
"U?.d,1 '5 M" With Jim ,pffrie Roosevelt's refusal .wa, emphatic,
vu utj - at Mvitv,
, pays claims
RENO, Nev., July 2. Little today I HUTCHINSON, Kan., July 2. A In all other precincts three election
received $30,100 in settlement of neRro church here will hold special Inspectors havo been named and Imvo
claims against Johnson for drawint ,ervtces Monday, July 4, at which received their appointments from tho
up me muvuiK pinuic u,ie.u.u. nravers will be said for tne success Torrltorlui Secretary.
of Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist, Oahu's Inspectors named are:
who fights Jeffries at Reno. i FOURTH DISTIUCT.
I Vi,..i Prnrlnrl I'mll A. Permit.
. w- . -i-n--.-v. I I .- - - "
WUbi l &d GERMANS i rS!
TPHT? "DCM J? JollD Kalral
r yjJX JrJJliiJ. Third l'reclnct W. 11. Churlutli
Sixth l'reclnct Job llatchelofi
onion Ilanoliano, 9i
Hcvcntli l'reclnct A.- IX Scr
eighth l'reclnct James T.Jj
Kd. K. Llllkalanl. R. 11. P.WoUj
M. M. Forrelra, I), N'lilioolowu:!
Ninth l'reclnct John Marc!
Kugene K. Allen.
Tenth l'reclnct O, I, Sort
Moses K, l'nlau. ."1
Eleventh l'reclnct William!
buuin, Moses I'lpl,
RENO. Nev., Julv 2. The entire!
over to future dates,
Tho Metropolitan Market will close
raUed by the prosecuting attorney.! schedule that tho Slerra'ls maintain- ut 10 a. in,, July 4, Ono 'delivery
Vn...l...j . T)n. i I nnl,'n... t..i 1 nnlv.
VUVJlllUUt-U VU ABD 17, , VU.4UUVU UU lijV , llfF
John C. Hotlinel..
KIEL. Julv 2. Prince Henrv and "M I'rcclnct-1',
,...J T.IT'.. l.na I.ba.1 nn.(l.t unit.
flUU .ICIIilCc, IIRB UfcMl M.JIV...H, i..,,
Tim Sullivan, the stakeholder. '
' Both Drinoinals in tho 'big fight the. advance nartv of the ZeDnelin Chailes T, Llttlejobu,
are rloint no work whatever. Thev nolnr exnedition sailed torlnv fori Fifth l'reclnct Chas
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are resting up.for the fight, SpiUbergen,
Chamberlain, Geo. V. Jaklus.
.... ...i...,. ... ... ...rr;.w?'s
,mju iiiuiiusa, juiiu w. waiiioe,!
Second l'reclnct J. II. ,Kuki
.Moses Akuwa. 'W3
i Third l'reclnct Kruest r$Hd
llaymond S. 1'olllster. DavldgK
U'Ut f lH
Fourth l'reclnct It. T. ChrlatS
son, II. N. Kumuuoha, lludoIpH?
r uui iruviuti .noniaKue.'j.
u, Kcuipto, a ,t. .Maboo.
Sixth l'reclnct D. It
Iliini'mo, frod M. Simpson, Kulila Hw
Sovcntu Precinct Wlllli
V .ll. 1H Lk. t, nn... l 'S
11. lt,ll, 1., UUIIU I. UUIIIU,
Albert H llrrrls,
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