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S PAGES. TiOUOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 4, 1910. 8 PAOJf"
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4C01.
PRICX I OWTJ.
WILL SPEND FIVE
Busy Day For lim
While In llonolnln
Inspection of 1'earl Harbor anil
furls by Becrelury Dickinson anil
General Edwards during day.
Banquet ut Young Hotel by coin
nierclal bodies, at seven tbls even-
llugi-wSecretaiy Dfckluson, General
i-YiiWi- -K M Eilwarda and CattahZeeder, guesls,
"5 TSL Address by 8ecrerry at loot gar-
"T'Vttfi," iten, ulno o'clock.
Other members of party taken lu
cbargu by reception committee,
sightseeing during morning.
Lunch ut Moana Hotel.
Afternoon at beach and ox-Gov-ernor
I.unu lu evening at John Mc.
Guile's home, Walkikl.
"I am going In lock over the whole
situation In the Philippines, Bnall
visit the different posts of the army,
and I expect to spend live weeks lu
all lu the Islands," said Secretary
of War Dickinson tbls morning on
the Siberia, In response to a ques
tion as to his present trip.
"Tlieiu Is no po.ltlcal significance
attached to the visit, but as 1 have
never seen the Islands, I want some
Information at first hand," he con
The party was up early, and whou
the rocoptlon committee, headed by
Chairman Alotizo Qartley, reached
the Bhlp, all of the members were
h'avliig breakfast at the special table
in thesnloon reserved for them.
Committee Takes Leis for Party.
It was at six-thirty that the re
ception committee sailed nut of tno
haibor for the Siberia on the cus
toms launch, and as quarantine In
spection wag expedited the commit
tee was lu the saloon greeting Sec
retary Dickinson and General Ed
wards before they finished breakfaBt.
Tho members of the committee
-who wetit out wero Alonzo Qartley,
I', L. Waldron,
W. O. Bniltb, Harold
Dillingham, John Colhurn and C. W.
Short. Each member had a burden
of lels, and both the men and wo
men lu the Secretary's party wero
decorated with them while still al
Personnel of Party,
Uesldes Secretary and Mrs. Dlcklu
rot), the party Includes Captain Lnrz
Anderson and Mrs. Anderson, U ,
Carmack, Mrs. Walter Cutting, McU.
Dickinson, General C. II,
Mrs. Edwards and daugbtor, W. U.
Cranberry and C. H. Stmpklns.
Executive Secretary of Philippines.
.Frank V, Carpenter, executive
secretary of the Philippines, Is trav-
ollng with tho party, although not
un otllclal member of It. Mr, Car
penter Is one of tho best Informed
men on Philippine conditions, and it
was for his Intimate knowledge that)
iio was asked to come with the party
to discuss Philippine problems on the'
tilp to Manila. Ho has been lu the'
United 8tates for three months on
tho first vacation In ten ears' ser-
vice In the Philippines.
Mr. Carpenter Is a personal friend
of General Edwards and went toho
Islands as chief clerk attached to
General I.uwton's headiiuartera in
1893, when General Edwards, then
Colonel, was chief of staff with Oon-
era! I,awton, He early Joined the
civil government and has been ad
vanced front oue position to another
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until he now holds the position of
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Executive Secretary, which Is accond'ornwd of two hundred or more walt
ouly to that of Govornor-Goneral of J lug to get a glimpse, and special
the islands. Ha speaks Spanish flu J police were op band to keop u clear
ently, and this Is ono strong reason passage to tho street, but although
lor nis popularity wmi native oin-
clals, nnd his attainment of deep in
sight Into Internal affairs of the is
lands. Dickinson Says little.
Secretary Dickinson bad II tt to to
say this morning except that his
trip wan one of Inspection and to
gain geuetal knowledge, of condi
tions. Ho Inspected tho 'fortifica
tions at the Presidio during the
twenty-four hours bo was In San
Francisco. He will Inspect tho naval
base at 1'earl Harbor and the fortifi
cations around Honolulu In company
with General Edwards and local
army nnd naval officials today.
Met at the Dock.
The entlie day wii be devoted to
Inspection. As soon as the steamor
tied up at Alakea wharf this morn
ing Acting -Governor Mott-Smtth,
Koar-Admlral Keen and Colonel
Schuyler stopped on hoard to meet
leave the Crowd.
A large crowd was gathered on
tho wharf to see the party, but the
Socretary and Qeneral wero taken
down the stairway at tho farther
end of the dock and stepped on board
the Kuktit for the trip to 1'earl liar-
Ib0r before the crowd knew what bad
KAI.AE, Moloknl, July
Otto 8. Meyer, tho Blxleen-year-old
son of O. S, Meyer
of this place, was accident
ally shot nnd InBtanlly killed
while, on a hunting trip Sun
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In tho street outside there was a
captain IJergcr with his band Kept
the music going mid tho crowd still
kept crtnlng their necks to see
tomqthlug, thoro was nothing doing
oxtopt on the Kukul with Its party
of oflUlals and statt officers steaming
out of the, harbor on the first part
of (ho Inspection trip. ,
The Day's Dointrs.
Alter visiting Pearl Harbor the
l'.irly goes to Schoflnd llnrracks and
Tort Hhaftor, roturulng to the city
for lunch at the Young. In the aft
ernoon a visit wIlNbe pald'Dlamond
Head formications and the forts on
that side cf the city, turning In
time for the banquet which will be
ghen by the commercial bodies nt
tho Young Hotel at seven o'clock, 1
Secretary Dickinson, Gencrnl Ed
wards and Captain Zecder of the Si
beria being the guests.
Will Deliver Address.
At tilno o'clock tho Secretary has
Jifen usked to address a meeting on
the roof garden of the Young, but
no line on his remarkstfould bo gain,
id this morning. Indeed, he told
Chairman Qartley that he had un
derstood thrro was to be no format
speaking and that ho would havo to
make a 'thnit talk on the spur dl
the momeiit. if lib had understood
Continued, on. Pace 4.
tt KIEU Juno 20. In a stilt hrouze tt
tt toduy tho American schooner tt
tt Westward, owned by Alexander tt
tt 8 Cochran of Now York, won the tt
tt Jubilee prize, defeating I.loutou- tt
tt ant Kriipp von llfhlon Und Hel-
ft linrlt'a riiiminTlIn Uv iun mlnntn tt
tt and forty-two seconds. tt
l iTmnntnr William's Amnrlpiin. tt
tt bult Meteor, with tho 'Emporor tt
tton board, nulshcd third, pnly, a fow tt
tt lengths behliiiUlho Ocrmaula. tt
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HERE I JACK JOHNSON
(Special Hullo tin Cable.)
'Illlt II.YItllOlt, .Maine, Julj 4.
('Iilef Jintlce Fuller of Hie United
I .Slates Supreme Court died here today
from heart dleaf.
Melville Weston Fuller wn born It
Augusta, Mulno, February II, 1833.
He graduated from IloMdoln College,
in 18r,3, lecture course llnnanl Im
School. Wan given degree I.LI) b)
Norhwcitern University and tlowdoln
I in is, nuriaru iou ami rale and
1 Dartmouth lu 1001. Was married
twice, admitted to bar ISr.S, prncllcit
law In Augusta, and In Chicago uuti
' I8S8. .Member of Illinois Stntn Con-
(.tiluilon.il Convention W, wos elect
ed to Illinois I.eglHlHtnra 1803-0.", del
egate Democratic s'ntlotiul t'oncn
tlons 1864, 1872, 1S76 nnd 1880. Ap
pointed to Supreme Court April 30,
1S88, und confirmed July 20, 1888, tak
ing onth as Chljf Justice October 8
of the sum year1.
Geo. Mooheau Beckley
Gcorgo C. Ileckley, a well knowd
Hawallnn died this morning at San
Francisco sboitly after his arrival
there Ilo loft hero u fuw days ago
on the Mutson liner Wllht-luilna. tt
WAR IIKtMTtlll tllfMl Illlt ha ur,.i.l.t n.
........ ...... .hhi ..u niiiiiii ,,t,
Improve lunch In health. Tho hewB
or nis deatn came as a surprise to
his many friends, who did not expect-
thai hu miiiiIiI paxx nwuy so
soon. ' 1
The (leceased was whely known us
Admiral Ileckley. Ilo wus horn al
Wnleml, Wnlmea. Hawaii, May 5
1819. After attending the puh'lc
schools of Ihoso dnjs ho went away
on a whaler for many )eurs. On ro
turning to tho Islands, ho entered
tho steamship rcnlco of Wilder &
Company. lately he wnH connected
with tho Inter Island Slenm Navlga
lion Company as n purser of tho Hag'
ship Mauna Ken, and ono of the dl'
Admiral Ileckley nu n navigator,
having been granted n license by the
united States Inspectors of Hulls and
Boilers, February 26, 1901. Ills II
cense, however, only granted him the
right to natlgato and pilot vessels
1 within tho Hawaiian wators.
Admiral Ileckley was a decedant of
the Kamchamelins. Ho was consider
ed by tho Hawallans ns nnn of high
chiefs. During tho monarchy he was
decorated by tho late King Knlakaua
and was a member of privy counsel.
While deflnlto plans havo not been
perofected for tho romnval of his re
mains to Hawaii ncl, It Is oxpectod
by tho parents hero thnt news regard
ing the arrangements will ho received
from Mrs. Ileckley, who accompanied
her husband .to the States.
WA1MJKU. Maul. July 4r-Tho tt
It Vnrllt ChnilflttS O W'On thn raCO 21
tt to Kahiiliil making tho distance tt
tt lii twenty six hours The Gladys
tt was second and the KutnuHaniehu tt
tt.lho yuchts exparlutici-il lienvj tt
tt wind nnd sons throughout tho tt
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JACK JOHNSON WINS IN
Jeff Hardly Had A
Look In At Any Time
(Spe'cjal llullotln Cable')
HKNO.'Oi'ciudii, July I. Jack John
sun, the negro pugilist. Is still' the
tivrld's champion, he lulling estab
lished kK right In lh title by-knock-
ing out J 1 in Jrnnc .today In the lit
trtntli.-rouud of u bloody and our.
At the end Jeffries mis hanging on
to the ropes und liN srruniN hud
thrown the ton el Into the ring. The
iinUh was 11 u exciting one us the
spectator) rushed lu to step the light
before the count of ten had beeu com
pleled by the referee.
The negro blocked the old chum
plan's blons ut every stage und pun.
Ished him terribly during the lust lite
lu me nun round Jenrles' eye nan
The end begun In the thirteenth
round, after nhlch the experts ndilsed
Jeffries to stay without fighting and
try to gain time.
At the end of the llnal round John
sou utlarked Jeffries saiairelj, delli.
rrlng three knock downs that sent Jef
fries against the ropes. Kuril time the
Secretary Dickinson and
Party Arrive By
With Secretary of War J. M.
Dickinson und llrlgodler- General
Clarence It. Edwards and party trav
eling In the' luxurious cabin de I.ux,
and 2,2(50.000 rounds of small am
munition and n number of six-Inch
guns, weighing ten tuna each, fur
the Philippine service, safely en-
sconsed In tho hold, the Pacific Mall
liner Siberia arrived off the port
promptly at 7 p'clock this morning.
Within an hour the steamer was
alongside the Alakea. wnarf and the
distinguished party, including four
teen persons, was quickly transferred
lo the small steam launch Kukul and
jwiis promptly c6iivyedTo Pearl Har.
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Captain .Adren Zceder, master of
tho Siberia, timed his speedy vessel
almost 'to the dot. He wirelessed In
I several dajs ago that he would bring
tho Siberia to the quarantine anchor
age at 7 o'clo:k on Monday morning
and he certainly kept his word.
The Siberia steamed down from
San FrancUco through fine weather
I 9 da" '",l1 a "ttle over klx,C9
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iih.iiii .i-i-uci uiiu i wiocr nyruii
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trip u pleasant one, and from the
exprt-sslons from the "war lords" and
""'""' " ij'j "" ""
Journeying tq Munlla, they are eu-
Joying every minute of the trip,
which will terminate after a tour.
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Mir Cnllforiilun staggered to his feet
and after the third Jolinoit sprang
llgrr-llke und luttded u left on the
Juir that seat Jelt don 11 and mil. The
ipertators u It routing und Jumped
nlo the ring.
Johnsou wmi $72,111)0, or sUlj per
rent of the purse of 121,01)11. Tex
lllfknrd, the referee, adding a bonus
of til en I) thousand dollars for tuc
inntlng ptcturrs. Jeff lies' share Is
One of thf Inrldents of the morning
at the riimii of tiie cliaiunliin. John.
son, was. 11 Ul from I'rfuri- Knltlo.'
Delegate from llumill, uud Col. Sam
Parker of Honolulu.
jiick jonnsoii the negro 0118111111011'
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was the first lo bo on hand lor lhu'tn?tim nnr m
ontest. He stepinid Into tho arena jonntnu landed n swing on 4
at 1:32. Just two mlniitCH Iwhliul (tP8' Jaw. Jeff clouted 'JohnW
schedule time. twice on the face nnd the men c
Vjhll" the wire it was waHliijA for,tlmied to clinch unit) gor. uiunue
Joftrles, Tex Itkkaid, I he iefeieAHii.,Tnnie round. .
nouiiccd from 'the ringside' that tin- t,- "rrj TWO '
two champions v,ere UnU st r.v .1 jl.tVson clouted Jeff n wlct
lilirtan nf ll'1 rtllft itut u. Intiuc n tntiit' . . .. ?
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Pdcent .u.,1 the loser forty wM
Jack Jeffrio entered tho arena at 2
ociock snnrp ne was guen a gieaii
ovation by the tight funs among whom!
the Ml- Ciillfornlaii ha illstlnctlv tho
As n pait of the preliminaries John
L. Sii11iiii, loin Sharkey, Dob Fill
slmmons and lesser lights of tho ring
wero called Into the ring and Intro
duced to the crowd. The old-timers
were ghen most enthusiastic recep
tions. Johnson entered tho ring nt 2:28.
Jeffries entered tho squared circle
Th" seconds for Johnson wore nn
unurvtl as Dvlancy, Kaufman, Hums.
Ci.tlo naiid Furry. Johnson's time
keeper Is Kctchell,
Johnson gato Jerfrles tho southeast
corner, Jorlrles entiy was tho signal
for tremendous enthusiasm.
IS GOOD SAYS
Harry Armltngo one of the oldest
1 and best Informed brokcra of tho city
Is convinced that the Hiiniaunin nit
proposition Is 11 good ono. In speak
ing of thn matter to a llullotln
representative Sir, Armltngo said.
"I wns convinced when I boenne
the fiscal agent of tho Huniaiima
Company that, wo had a lot of good
oil land at a very cheap figure and
that If wo could bring In a well, wo
would make a lot of money for the
stockholders. Patented land Is now
worth sovernl tlnu-H what tho llumn'
tuna Oil Cn. Is paying for theirs, so
it stnnds to 'reason that wo havo all
mado somo money owm before we
born n well and wo havo every good
Indication that oil Is lo bo found on
our land. How much and tho quality
of courso Is tho Bpcculutlvo feature
to our venturo, however, we know
that there aro good men at the head
of tho company, and that our money
will bo well expended, so In that
case ovory ono Interested ought to
bo sat lulled,
"Wo have sold enough stocck to buy
tho land. 800 acres, outright, and
have sufficient funds left to com
mence observations. There Is very
II 1 1 to stock left for salo now, Tho
350,000 shares have almost been sub
scribed and Mr, Payno who has been
vorktug with me leaves for tho com
pan) s holdings on the Wllholmlna,
Jll)y mh nml acUvo work wI bo
done soon after his anlval In Call
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Jclfrlfs seconds nro Coibett, Attcl
Choynskl. Armstrong, Vancour)
llurns, Cornell, llorger Tlmekeopo
2;3.'i p m. Johnson presented t
tho crowd clad In bluo trunks wit
the American Hag entwined. Hli)
cfpllnn by the crowd was cry we'al
JerfrU's stripped nnd stood In flgl?
lug trim clad In purple trunks Til
twined with thu American flag. Johj
son cheered JefTrles with tho crow
as the men donned thejr gloves, 'm
As Jeffries and Johnson steppeuj
tho center they refused tp shat
Johnson smiled nnd Jeffrtj
chewed gum. M
Time called ut 2:44 p. m.
After a long drawn out oponle
with mnnv felntu JohnfiOti flhot.
' 7 - rm
in, hln h.ii mid tho fluhteri rllneb
riDiit nn Mm law. Thn inun it
.,,,. ,e nt a ..,.. to I
istomaeh. nnd Johnson retails
with two leit uppercijts on Jsl1
Johnson Inutled on Jeff repeat
au points of advantage,
Jeffries draws flrtt blood f
Johnson's south, Jeff forced Jo!
con to the ropes nnd landed six bo
punches. Jeff's round,
Tho moo exchange a number
blows. Johnson drew blood on Jefl
mouth with u terrific right.
mouth with n torrlflc right. "H
blow sent tho champion's head bat
a fcKit. This made Jeff look sorjn"
"Mix It," says Jeff to bis so
left cheek Is split wide
(Continued on Tage
! . ONSIBElf
'.'No Place Like Honffl
Were Her First
Princess Knlanlanaole, wife ofjlj
wall a Delegate to Congress, re
ed this morning 011 tho Bteamtl
Siberia, much Improved lu heal;
She was mat at the wharf by J
Colhurn, business representative
the Prince, aud Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Hhortly after she entered the a
rlngo which was waiting for lior.-s4
accompanied by Mrs. Smithies, d
up to Washington Place, to pay
respects to Her Majesty Queen
uoknlant. From thcro she
driven to her home at Walkikl.
I'rluGixu Knlanlanaole when
at her rcsldeuca stated that sho
glad to got back to Hawaii.
where she said the lluwers were
t .. ..-.i, ,.. , ...
i inn ejirvuiiiBiy gmu luip
uack to Hawaii nel," she said, at
greeting the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n reinirl
"The air and breeze hero Is soy!
fcrent from what It Is In Waabfl
ton thnt It Is u delight to niej
get back once more to HawaltYi
enjoy the pleasant atmosphere, j1
flowers here are always blooml
and It Is a pleasure to see themj
When questioned regarding
Prince, she answered; "Tbejrrlj
has been ailing for soma time1, j
physicians haveadvled him' to go
the springs, where It was expeo
lie might be benefited. Ilo 'la tt
Ing back on the yacht (Hawaii." I