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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4603.
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RENO, Ncv.. July 5. The exodus
of fighters and nVht fans is nearlv
completed. Jack Johnson, the new
world's champion, announces his in
tention to enter vaudeville in the
last. Jeffries will return to his farm
in Los Angeles.
tmai accounting of the returns
from the fight show that Johnson re
ceived ns his share of the proceeds
. 5120,000. Jeffries cleaned ud $117.
000. Tex Rickard, the promoter of
tlic fight, expects to dear $100,000,
exclusive of hist interest in the mov
BATON ROUGE,. La., July 5.
Governor Sanders was today named
by the Legislature as Uiited States
' Senator to succeed Senator McEnery.
who died recently.
DR. HYDE JO
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 5. Dr.
Hyde, who was convicted of poison
ing Millionaire Swope, was today
sentenced to life, imprisonment.
,DEAtH OF GEORGE BECKLEY.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 5. George
Bccklcy of (Honolulu is dead in this
Tlint thn number of oaalornora to
- visit llawnll nnxt winter will bo hov
oral tlmoH tbo numbor that ban over
vlsllod tbo Territory durlnR tbo win-
tor inoutliB In nny pravlouH year If
tho projihncy of Secretary II. I'. W'ood
of tho Promotion Committee.
WrltlnR from Atlantic City under
dato of Juno IS, Mr, Wood HayB thai
tbo weather slnco tbo, HrKt of the
month has been tho best over to' talK
Hawaiian cl.lmato. In tbo eighteen
dayB of tho montli thoro hail been but
two cloar ones and tho remainder of
tho tlnio rain and fog mado things
inlBorablo during tho wbolo twenty'
Hotel men nml morchnutH along the
board wullt wcro In ilonpnlr and BaJd
that thoy had novor known anything
llko 11 In tho hlislory of tho city.
Mr. Wood rcpnrtu that u good trade
In tnro Hour might bo worked up 1
It wero poublblo to purchaHO' It' to bo
wild thoro for twcnty-IHo emits u tin,
At prcHout on nrcoiint of tho price
li'oro nml tho cost of transportation
this cannot bo dona.
At the prevailing prico Mr. Wood
naya that ho' ik doing qulto u little, in
illapoHlng of It ami lnm Just Hont sev
eral tliiB to a phynlelun In Now Vork
' and n woman, in the northern part ol
the StatO'Who ordered It by nail.
They had seen and heard of It' v.hlle
at tho commltlco hendqiinrtors In At
U Tennoy Peck and Mra. Peck were
there on,tho day-ihat Mr. Wood wrote
and' thoy wore leaving for Kiigland on
tho Maurctanla within u fow days.
Tho Accident Policies laauod by tbo
Comranlos represented by tho Mntoal
bin Trust Company, l.trt,, liavo all oth
er llko contracts "tauten lu u fruzzlo."
Drop in tho InBiirnnro neiurlinont
Hint thoy will explain tho Intent fea-
lurvu to yuu,
Money Is Ready,
Urges That Federal Building
Block Land Prices Be
Not Raised "
H faction 1C or lliu Public llullil- v.
Jt lugs iippioiul.illon bill thai pass- t:
til CongrosH mi Juno 2S ilcnla i:
Si with tho .Mnhtikn rllo extension It
It niul rents ns follows: ::
"Tlmt tho Secretary (if llio Trm M
tt miry bo, niul ho Ik hereby, author- tt
It Izi-il niul illreclcil In acquire by ii
tt puichUKO condemnation or other- It
tt wlno. additional ground for llio tt
tt enlargement of tho present bIIo tt
tt for tho tiso anil accommodation It
tt or tlnltnl Slates iioslotlico, Unit- tt
tt vil States custom home, nml olh- tt
tl or governmental onions lit HnniM tt
tt lillii, Torrltory of llnwall, tit a It
tl coHt NOT TO KXCEITD TIIKKi: tt
tt 1IUNDHKI) AND FIFTY THOU- tt
tt HANI) UOU.AUS; slid gum or tt
tt Hirer- hundred nnd nflv IIkiiib.iiiiI tl
t ilolliirs vliall' bo' available mini tt
II I lie iimuuntB hcroloforo jiuthnilz- tt
II I'll for. tho noqiilsltlon of u ulto I!
tt nml the' erection of u sitablo SI
II ImlldlnR nt Honodilii." ' II
Tho cntlro $.100,000 will ho avail
able as quickly an It can bo need for
Iho Federal building bIIp." Is -tho
ohoerliig iiowh brought by jcslcr
duy'a mull in n letter from Delogato
Kuhld to Acting Coventor Molt
Tho letter rcelvod In In full an
iwcr to tho two cablca tout nt tho
AND NEEDS OF TERRITORY
Secretary Of War Had
"VoBtordny was n groat day for lla
wnll," Bald Acting tlovc'inor Moll
Hinllh tills iminiliig in iIIkciikhIur llio
ylslt of Secretary of War Dickinson
".Sociolary Dickinson Is a brainy
man," Mott Smith rontlmiril, "niul lm
went to tho heart or things In
rapid manner. All day ho had his
stenographer at Ida side and dictated
?oplutiH miles on thlug.i ho saw niul
Information ho gained by rapid-lire
Tim day was lift oxtromoly huy
one fiom iiiorulug to night and nflor
'liking over llio jkisIs, visiting and
climbing lo tho t(ii of Dlniimml Head
'ho Socretaiy had no feeling of fa.
Secretin ' Dickinson wns InlciesU'd
lu everything ho saw .ami In many
'hlngB ho heard ubout or which wore
brought Into conversations inclden
tally nml by tho time ho retired In
rest at an enrly hour thin morning
ho Rail a comprehensive Idea of Ha
wall, Its climate, resources nnd pos
sibilities us an advanco post for tho
Tho form of government, Judiciary
system and nil sorts of economic mut
ters wero gone Into by tho Secretary,
Ho wanted to know about agricultural
PinduclB, wps iimniod nt Intensified
agrlculturo as practical hero, plueop'
pies and tho cost of canning them
camo In for savoral searching ques
tions, and tho experiments In raising
cotton wero nuked about.
The supply of beef available hero
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
tlinn hows was roci'lvi'il hnro that
tho cxtrn nmouiit for the entlto Mn.
htiltii Hlo had liven ernntcil. In liln
lotlor Kulilo urRoii thnt on account
of tho liberal wny In which tho Foil
(ii nl RovLTiimout has treated Mono-
Iii'ii that iliihllc neiitltncnt will not
permit exorbitant pi ires upon tl,,,
Tho Icttor .Into,) nl wi.i.,in..
Juno Tlf nml mlilroiupil tn ActliiK
Cmrrnor Molt Smith follows:
"ItofurrliiB to jour two cablegrams
I would say that tho authorization of
J.ir.0.000 additional for the purrhurc
(if tho remainder of tho Mnlnikn
block was made by transferring that
amount for thn mini already author
Ized for tho publlo building. This
wan done In order not "to Increase
tho Iota) of the bill this yenr, but It
wiim dmio' wltli tho dlBtliict'iinder
slnudlng Hint that nmouiit will ho
leappioprlnted for tho building In
pexl car's llll. "
"Wo hao alrendy Interviewed the
Treasury Department In regard tn
ipeody iictlon In Feciiring ttiln prop,
orty and thoy ailvlw'us that ho sum
of J20il,ono Is already nvallnblo and
that all tho romaluder can be added
to tho Vgcnt dePeloiipy bill In De
cember, which will bo nB early a date
as ihcmico can bo ptiBscd upon, lu
iCnntiniifd on Puce 2)
nml oilier supplies jircossary for tho
army worq naked about, and It may
bo that horses will bo bought horo
for Bonlca in tho Philippines rnthor
than thlp lhem fi-om tho northwest If
an nvulliibln supply can ho secured
bo much nearer tho far cistern ims-
"This vUlt will certainly facili
tate and necelernto work horo," said
tho Acting Oovqrniir. "Ttio satnu
result was obtained by (ho visit of
"Secretary Carllcld of (ho Department
of (ho Interior and It Is looked for
In tho present Instance With tho
first hand Information which tho Sec
retary now has ho will be ablo to
handle many (incstlnns that will como
up to him lu llio War Department
morn rapidly mid Inlolllgontly than
In hn past and tho fortification work'
tn pirllciilar ran bu lushed us in It
would bo Impossible, to do had not
llio chief or tho department Intlmnjo
knowledge of conditions."
Business On Exchange
Dull As Usual-After
Houokna fiirnlshod tho Item of In-.St. Louis 0.
tucst on tho Btock Ixmrd this foro-i National Boston 8. New York 4:
noon Korty flvo Mime sold nt 19.00 Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 2; Pitts
and theio Ib still Kood demand at that burg 3, Chicago 11; St. Louis 3, Cin-
ru' i . ,. 'cinnati 6.
A talc of Hawaiian Susnr nt to.
Bin! n JIOOO Mcllryde bond at !9 wcnil Sonny Cunhn and Mlsi May Wll
tlib only other llema reporlod on tho Hams weru married Saturday,
board. i ' , M ,
Dividends liowovor cams bIodr In1 Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
(Continued on Pace 2) Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY,
MAHUKA SITE EXTENSION
Incident At Kailua That
Shows How People
MAKEKAU'S ADLE ADDRESS
STOPPED PROHIBITION GAME
win iiiu:i t . ... . .. . .
' iiinniiinH mn.ia a.,a.Tiuiu -n.iiii. i
-"J'-"' " w"" roimcs in
unh Affairs Incd to Pre
"' "mu aptccu,
(Sjioclal CorroHiondonrn. )
llll.O. llawnll. Julr I Tho cr..nl
llawnllnn . Ktancollcal Ahm..hi..ii
timvoiitlon nt Knlluii omloil last
'I lunula), and a number or thn del
(gales Horn this side of tho Island
bavo ictiirneil to llllo. Thoy report
that throughout tho event, Prnhlhl.
Hon was thu main tliciiio nn u mat
ter of fact, pinhlhlllDli .appeared to
bo ns much thernuic of tho gain
crlTig" iis any iHeiiiorliil "propoiltlou,
for tho matter wns brought iii ovory
While, as might naturally be ex
ported, the bulk of the argument nt
tho arloiin speakers on the subject"
wns strongly for prohibition. Ihcro
was one good, ntioiyr spcerh against
(Continued on Page 3)
IN RACE RIOTS
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Julv 5
MnHtlM ntlfl tinntvni AniMJ m
bloodv battle here to:lav.hnno ,'
rinc had his threat cut'in the racc'w", wcrt" a" """ber -but nenily nil
A movement has been started to
prevent the exhibition of the movinp;
pinnies oi me jciincs-jonnson fight
here and in Baltimore, as it is
thought they will create or ineitn
notinp; between the whites nnd
NEW YORK. July 5.-In a race
riot here today, chargeable to the
Reno battle, one neirro was killei
and a number are in the hospital.
Riots aie happening every little while
and the police are kept on the move.
HOUSTON. Tex., July 5. In n des.
pcratc fight here today over the out
come of the Jelfries.Johnson fight,
one nc7ro was killed and thrco shot
in the riot.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
OYSTER BAY, July S.-tReprcsen-tative
Pointdextcr from Washington
State arrived here todav nnd held n
lengthy conference with Col, Roose
Yclt. Miles Pointdextcr is one of the
noted insurgents of the last Con
PAILY SCORES 0Fi;ol
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, July 5. The
(scores in the big leagues games to-
American Washington 2, Phila
delphia 3 j New York 3, Boston 2;
Detroit S. Cleveland 2; dhlem !i
JULY 5. 1010. 10 PAGES.
Weeks from Today
Woolley's Circulars- Embody
Covert Threats Of Govern
ment By Commission
With tho tldo of public Kcnllmcnt
Bwlflly tiiHlcrmlnlnK tliu cliilmn mid
"romlHCH "r t" Territorial Prohibition
l'ar,J' ,,n(l "' Prohibition .ploblscllo
lit,.,. .....I.. ii ,. ...
mi cn nwnjr, jonn u. cM)iicy
. -- . "
iu rn n ir i n it mrnniifiiiu nrrni.. ..
- -. , , ,., cu,i-
! the fawnllanB that tho only wny
, u.cir cuiimiHiiip anil prnvo
their ability to novcrn thdimolvcs g
MAUI RACES ATTRACT BIG
CROWD OF SPORTS-STRAIGHT
. RUNNING AND CLEAN EVENTS
Coast Mare Shows Great
Form In Principal
BRODERICK'S COPIT WINS
THREE WELL RUN RACES
There wcro ono hundred and boV'
4Knly "f ls " Klnw and
miR. uii, a was lovciy rur sure.
The ox unionists wero all ovor the
fhlp numtly hanging over 'thu rail
- linn, lo make thine worno. to
Hvorybody got touched mi cross
lug the channel, and the olforiugs
to .Ncptuno wore frequent and heavy
Kven the seaxoueil II u 1 1 e 1 1 u man
had lo do Iho hang-over act nt ono
stage of the oyago.
lllght nt the start when the Klnnii
pulled nut fro n thn wharf nt half
pant olRhl u'cloik all was, well. Ci
gala nml pioH wero In evidence, to
Ray nothing of "pills."
Tnropatch, Addles iind Riiitnra
Were twanging away In great style,
and ovory tiino from "Jungle Town"
to "Tho Holy I'll)" was going Htrong,
(IIiIh, boys ami men added their
nuota In tho gcnoral Joy (?). As tho
steamer I (Minded Diamond Head, tho
nrcozo, which amounted (o a half
gale, was eiHountercd and then, tho
Klnau began to buck tho waves.
Tho inattrcHH nnd blanket brigade
began to ni'Htlii down, nnd except for
a fow who giised cai neatly ovor thu
rail, all wan iiilet. liven tho nolny
ones who wero playing hula tunoa
rented from their labors and sauk
Ab thn KliuTl Rot further towards
Mntokal llio wind Increased and tho
ship begun In buck about a Int. Tho
docks woro shown with sleeping pas
sengers and t was almost ImpoH-
llilo to get Irom ono olid of Iho ship
Iho other. It toiik a lot of caro-
fill placing of root to slop between I ladles are provided for nlso, and tbo
tho Hlcopors, and at times an angry wholo bathing pl'aco will ho mtr
Biiarl( would go up as the unwary ox- nuiiideil by a IiIrIi wall, whllo tho
plorer of tho vcbsol happened to' water will bo exposed to tlie sun
tread nn someono'H leg or hand. und light.
Downstairs wo ain't no nautical Already swimming races nro being
expert as to seafaring terms a line planned, and Hill Walsh ban ssuel
IiIr crap Ruma was running without a challenge to everyone. Wren
any fear of Chief M-Dufuo or any of Wektcoat Ih also In actlvo tralnlnp
hla sleuths droppliiR In'and spoiling "for a hundred yards dash, nnd ho
llio run. llio Sliorts" Kept the.
gamo going till daylight and como
big money was wuu and lost.
At 3 a. in. the wind had Increased
lo a gale, and many people wondered (and that Is saying a lot. considering
how tho yachts would fare In thelrt the way in which all kinds of nimisc-
race lo Kahulul. There was n heavy
oa running, and It was thought that
the yachts would liavo a tough time
of It on tho boat up,
Towards daylight It was ery told
to vote for tho Thurston-Woollcy pint
form three ttcckH from today.
Tho Hawaiian circulars Hint nro bo-
Iiik Ixsued from tho prohibition head-
iiuaricm nro becDmlng mora pointed
in tho covert thrcatB and Ktmllnd up-
cllllt m, ,)llllny mlcillc ,h w ',,
y rcc0Bn.o. ,hnl ,,,..,,. .
Icy rccoRnlr.en that bin cause la n lot.1
(Continned on Page 2)
and the blankets came In very handy
to lhoi.0 who did .not mind the
duff BtlclilnR lo tuem. In ilia iae
dawn rnont of llio pnnsenRern who
tlept bolweon tho blauketH hud n Job
IryliiR to plcji the cllnslnc Htult off
their cn.iln and pants.
Tho deck looked llko a battlefield
nftcr the ruiih hail done their work,
and clRhty per cent, of the bunch
refused to Ktlr till Kahulul break
water was reached.
It wai a tlrod mid sorry crowd
that iiH-rnililed, Rrlpn In hand, at
the KiuiRwny when tho Islla llafd
win Rtuamoil aloiiRRldo with n IiIr
scpw In tow. No time wiih loat In
RcttlitR onto Hie bcow, and It wan
largo enoiiRli to carry everyone to
Once on terra Ilrma tho cx-iirslon
Istd wmii rprcad nil over Knliiilul,
wallukii and I'uiinene, Accoinmo
ilatlnns wero hard to Ret, and the
lucl.y ones wijrc thoso who had Rood
frlenda who put them up during their
etny on Maul. 8111111.1)' wiih mt III
lu dlrrrrent ways by Urn vlnttors.
Many hired automobiles and drove
all over tho Inland. Otliern visited
lao Valley and took lu tho hIrIiIi.
The II 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 man went to an
old stamping ground I'uunone nnd
had llio time of his life.
I'utincim la roIiir ahead wonder
fully in every way and ban Just har-
VOHtPil (MA InrPMl or,... nun ...it
thioiiRh una mill In Hawaii. Tho
ofllclala of tho IiIr factory arn Juhl
lant over llio banner crop and Man
ager llnldwln iledded to commomn
rate tho event by providing a
laming memorial of tho occasion. A
baililng iool, 7S feet by 45 foot, Is
being excavated alongside llio tounls
courtn, and by thollmo tho Honolulu
tennis playcrH vlult I'liitucno In Au
Rust next, tho kio! will bo lu com
mlpslon, Tho depth of tbo water will vary
from two feet to eight, and Hprlng
boards for diving, from will bo pro
vided, Conrretu ban been used In
the construction, iind at ono end Is
tho gentlemen's dressing room. Tho
reckons bo ran l.oul tbo tmnrh.
The swimming pool Is loolcod upon
ns tho greatest boon that Manager
Ilaldwln has over granted his officers,
ments aro provided at I'uuneno
A bowling alley wilt be built ad
Joining thoswlmmlng pool, am! as a
baseball diamond nnd two tennis
(Continued on Page 0) 7
SAN FKANCISCO. July 5. Tirf
Soon or Thomns Elder wns arrested,
today on board the Oceanic utrnm?
ship Sierra immediately that vessel)
arrived in port. The local officers
acted on nn order received by cable
from Sheriff Henry of Honolulu. The
charcc is not known. (
Tin Soon clninu that lie is the vie. I
tfm of mistaken iilrntity. 1
Tin tfoon Is tho man who most rej
eoiitly left the Oahu prison to Join
forrca with Aiiilcnon (Irncc andl
Duilc Sooti. Tho olucorn of tlie Sl-fl
orrn found him en board soon artery
llio vessel If tt this port and lnform-1
od thu local authorities by wlrelcbo.1
AFFONSO TALKS ',.
(SpocUl dSriespoiiilecee )
llllo, Hawaii, July 1 -Itenrvsentuv!
tlvo Alfonso returned laal week frun
Kona, whero lio went on bn.il'icAi. in-
cldentnlly ho uttended tho groat cob9
vcntlon of tho Hawaiian L'vaniyrrcal
.inn.ivi.ibiuu. imu uj cinuiuciuo rnio Ini
landing of Iho flrtt inlstlou.irles.
Tho old church whole tho affair
took placn was loconittd with varloui
niiipo of the United rfute. itiurbcd In
black nnd whlto to show tho "Wcf
nod "Dry" dlstrlctB. Outalde of this
tbero was but little d'uoratlon Vlillo
Iho ronveulloii opeicd on Batiln'jyJ
Juno 25, the mcmorl.lI t.Oiici nml arflf
or the church were 'Iodic au J tho In
lowing day, nnd Monday wui tlm pr
blhlllon day oO the ivj?k
vmonc me politicians who wci1
prorint woro Itcprseutalirou Nnko
Icka, Makcknu, Kiwcuehl, Nanlilooj
and Affonno, Bcnators tiuKer and M.i-
(Conlinti'd nn Fage 3)
(Dull el In Wlrcle3s) ,t
llll.O, llanall, Jul). .'liufui I.y.
man, Sr., died here todny.
Itufus A, l.yinan, 8r , was u District
MiiRlstrnlo of I'mm at tho tlmo of Ids
dentil. During Iho Monarchy ho vvoa
(iovernor of llnwall under thu lajp
King Kalnkaun, lie was bui reeded. In
onico by Gow-'rnor John T linker.
After Unit he became n manager of
riiauliau plantnlon. On rCalTtilu?, ho .
was appointed rdierlff of Iliwall, ii
nblcli position Jie held fur nia.iy
yenrs. biibseniicntly he v, made a
Tax AssoKKiir of tho lsl.iil .until Iho 1
DIAPll.,f..U ..f l.n l..... ...... IP. I t
...... ..., ... inu ,.iuii.iii;iiv, iiq.iB
survived by sous um d mitlileri, Two j
of bin noun nro nllicers Im llio t'ldtijil -Stales
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BEVEIILY. Mass . Julv 5. Score.
tary Ballingcr arrived hero today
and held n conference with President
Taft on the subject of rcclamalion.
"And where is your sailor, bod
now?" "Well. I don't rlghtlr.mlnd.
mum. If ho bo gone lo OlbraltarTu
the Jupiter, or tn Jupiter In tho alb.
rollar, but It bo eonicwhorca In them
parts." punch. . ..
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