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The Ttwn'hi 'to tliu second nppenl
sent out on Juno I for funds for Alice
Mackintosh Memorial Tower to be
erected on St.' Andrew's Cathedral has
been so ready that $16,500 Is now on
hand to start the work and the con
tract hns been let to Hawaiian Hal
Mrs. Mackintosh died on August 24,
1904, and it was In May 1906 that the
question of a memorial was taken up1
by St. Andrew's Cathedral congrega
tion. Tower lilen for a memorial was
adopted und first appeal for funds
was sent out July I, I '.'OS, the total
amount subscribed up to"i!ay 1G of
this year being SU.C88.20.
It was estimated at that time that
the Amount needed to commence the
work would bo (20,000, but tenders re
ceived were under that amount and
that of Hawaiian Ballustlng Company
at 116,500 was accepted as being the
loweBt made, according to the" speci
fications of the committee.
.' The second appeal, which. WuH aentv
1 !r :
Registration Boards To
Be Appointed Soon
As soon as Governor Walter I'.
Frear arrives back from the main
land, the boards of registration for
ttio next two years will be appointed
by him, and they will Immediately
.get, to work,
-AW the lists have been made out,
und this morning the Acting Govern
or cabled to Govornor Frear that tho
work merely awaited his nrrlval In
order that the menibors of the
boards might .be named.
Governor Frear Balls from San
Francisco tomorrow on the Manchu
ria and will arrive In Honolulu ono
week from today. ,
The work' of the registration
boards, such as the selection of
meeting places, etc., 'will have to be
put through quickly, ns the first
meetings must be held on August 3
nnd the meeting places will need to
lie advertised before that time for
Meetings will be held regularly
from August 3 on until election tlmo
In November, but a large amount of
preliminary work must be dona be
fore the first meeting In August, and
Jtils will keep the members of the
boards busy from the tlmo they are
Appointed until that date.
Carl On Tal had his appeal from
a decision of he, ,Federal Court al
Jowed this morning by Judge Rob
ertson, The appeal was from the sentence
Imposed upon him for dealing In sol
dlera' clothing several weeks ago by
the court here, and the case goes
tattle United States Circuit Court
of Appeals of the Ninth Circuit, lo.
cated In California. '
CHICAGO, July 11. The will of
the late Chief Justice Fuller was
filed today. Judge Fuller leaves an
estate yalued at one million dollars.
This he divides equally among his
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Doom Phone 185
out on Juno 1, and to which response
has been bo rapid that the work can
bo started, reads as follows:
"Two years have elapsed since the
first appeal went out Kcsponses have
not been very numerous, but a. fund
of I14.S88.20 has been subscribed!
This has come from so fow ersons,
as to lead the Committee, to hope that
a largo number of Mrs. Mackintosh's
friends aro still nwaltlng an oppor
tunity to ndd their names for an
amount however small; and that In
this way the fund will soon bo
brought to tho (20,000 point. This
Second Appeal, then, is sent to per
sons who have thus far mnde no re
sponse of either nssont or dissent. It
Is hoped that tliey will all wish to
have a part In this memorial. In,
that case they will much assist the
Committee by either sending the con-'
trlbtttlon now to Mr. S. M. Damon, the
treasurer; or by Indicating on the At
tached, form an intended subscription
anil 'the 'dats'lt' will be paid.
; --.(Continued oR-Page- 6)
ALMA LEAVES '
Vjrago Is Now Subdued
At the Police Court this morning
the case against Oscar Anderson, who
Is alleged by his daughter to have
threatened to kill her, was called, but
Judge Andrade being convinced that
the daughter is the whole causo of
the trouble, sent the matter over till
July 22, by which tlmo Alma should
be well on her way to San Francisco.
It appears that since the young lady
was allowed to cool her heels In a
police cell, she has become more
Bedate, and her father said this morn
ing In court that there was no more
plllkla nnd that Alma was leaving on
The matter lias attracted a lot of
attention ns tho girl defied Judgo An
tlradeand was sent "down stairs," for
twenty-four hours. Tho charge against
her father had nothing to it as he was
only frying to keep her from arriving
home at 3 in the morning from Joy
riding automobile parties.
FIELD IS GOOD
Personal Inspection Was
Reaffirmation Of :;;
' Final calls are oeing sent out to
the people associating themselves
with tho Humauma oil company that
promises to be one of the most' prof
itable oil properties In which the
Inventors of these Islands v have be.
Not long ago Mr, James A. Ken
nedy returned from an Inspection of
the Holds, and the presence of his
name at the head of the company
and one of the largest Investors Is a
guarantee of what he thinks of the
proposition after personal lUBpec
tlon. Harry ATmltugo Is now pi tho Is
land of Hawaii cleaning up the final
subscriptions. Those who come lu
drat will be glyen the .first onportu-
NO PUBLICITY ON
Closes Its Doors
''What have some of the peda
gogues been doing?" was the ques
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the head, of two newspa per men to-
inn wnipn mmpniiA v tintiiiA.i iiiki
uu,. wno were re.useu aum saion io
the meeting o tho commissioners o
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teachers to be appointed for the
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responue to his note sent In received
not even an acknowledgment. An
other scribe arrived shortly after In
the outer office of the Superintend
ent of Public Instruction, and sent
In a .card with the .quary. aa to
whether a Btar chamber session was
iu, response to this second notice
mm wie press was preseiu, super
intendent Pope appeared long enough
to state that It was strictly a closod
meeting, but that after It was over
notices of the work done would be
sent to the press telling all about It.
This Is the 'regular July meeting
of the board of commissioners of
education, nnd at thlstlino tho ques
tion of appointments for the coming
school year Is up for action,
It was Understood that the session
laws of 1009 had something to say
of the manner In which meetings of
the board should be conducted, but
Act 42 of these laws merely states
the number of persons to be on the
board and the times of meeting.
In response to a question If meet
ings of public, departments were to
be held prlvatoly, Acting-Governor
Mott-Bmlth replied that he had never
held such, a meeting, and that rep
resentatives of the press and,
through them, the pdbllc had always
been welcomed nt meetings of the
Hoard of Health or any other board
over which ho had presided. When
he. was Minister of Education, the
meetings were always open.
The mombers of tho board present
today were W, a. Aiken, V. II. Rice,
J. T. Molr, Miss Ella Paris, Mrs. M.
T.. Wilcox attd Superintendent Pope.
Up to th time of going to press,
Information could not bo obtained as
to tbe allegations' believed to have
been made In connection with sev
eral applications for reappointment.
BEVERLY, Mass., July 11. Col
lector loeb of New York was here
today and held a lone conference
with President Taft. While custom
house administration was the .nom
inal topio of Loeb's coming, it is be:
lleved' that the conference Klsq had
W'MpoTtanV'beifrinB otfthe politics
of1 Nkw'X0TK"8tate:M""''"' ":;T.
nlt'F tdutttke Utl'Hheife'wi'renialn'lilg
uy locarpeopie, aim me present ibiiu
values of Which are said t'd',Hbw"be
worth nearly three times the original
AS prdmlnent officers of tua, corn
pan)' leave (or California by tb.e Wll
helmlna on the 20th, It Is necessary
for the subscribers present, and
prospective' oh the outside Islands to
send jn their subscription amounts
by, the earliest, mall, A good num
ber ot the Honolulu subscribers dou
bled tbelr original subscription- on
learning ot the character of the land
this company Is to develop. It Is
also reported that, one of' the keenest
oil buyers, well known throughout
Honolulu as well as California,
bdylng up lands In .the vicinity of
thla Humauma property.
SAN PEDHO, Cal July 11. The
start of the transpacific yacht race
to Honolulu was made on Sunday,
with a large crowd giving the con
testing vachts a good send-off. i
The first yacht to cross the line
was the awl Mollilon. representing
the Eolian Club of Alameda. She
'ai followed doaelv hv the schooner
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Bmi.&m &. :.. il. rt .L
DWm4l, rcpicKunutf mt aouin
ttlJfl omb, and tne ,chooner
juwaii thira. ,r land near the Athletic Park. Tho
Jjnmjdiatelr 'the Hawaii crossed' le wasvopen and near It in the mul
lne Ilne sne Dr0Ke out a great Dal -
t0;a jib and presented a beautiful
isiaht as she bowled her wav alonir
arm quicKiy tooK tne lead.
and quickly took the lead,
When the yachts Were last seen
the Hawaii was leading .by a mile,
with Sweetheart second steering; a
more southerly course..
.WASHINGTON, D. C. July 11.
Plans rjrepared by tho Navy Depart
ment make the. enlargement of the
Pearl Harbor naval dock bring the
cost of the dock to $2,304,000.
DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11. The
scores in the big leagues' plays today
American Boston 4, Cleveland 0;
Bosten 1, Cleveland 5; Washington
6, St. Louis 2; New York 8, Chicago
4; Philadelphia 0, Detroit 8.
National Chicago 9, New York
10; St. Louis 2, Boston 3; Cincin
nati 0, Brooklyn 2; Pittsburg' 0,
Philadelphian.18; St. Louis 0, Bos.'
Standing of National League, July 9.
toqwj York ,.. 3
St. Ubuls 30
Standing of American League, July 9.
Club. W. I
Philadelphia 45 23
I Now York.). 40- 28
Detroit 40 31
Boston ' 38 31
Chicago 29 36
Cleveland ,.. 28 33
Washington 27 42
St. Louis 20 44
(Snecial Bulletin Cable.)
. COLUMBUS, ,tO..- July H.-iOoviVi
ernor Harmonl itodaar suspended 'tho'i
L i" ''. '. 4t ..1- : i f- AJ.V
mayor,.pf,,flewrnnor noi using 'msjucnooisr - Ll. ,ni.,,i3 t i..i .
author, to heoutmost to prevent f Tlie' HlaV8e,jnflfliiestloii reads "to
trie recent, lynohing of "Carl Etlter'de'Wte'a portion,' of each year' In-
tntrlnn an atitl.tnlnnn lilflniA rtltfUA. I nn,a . ll.a annnnpl nn.l ailiionilnti
tive, who was confined in jail for
HlHn . ..lnnnVn.r ..rlni . rol
zttcaCZ ;;;;: mv
V UMb W aV VJ
On last Friday a mob overpower-.
ed the jail guards and. taking Ether-
ington from his cell, hanged him.
NEW Y0BK,,July 11. Mrs. Helen".
Kirbv.Oould wa todaTtTaairied'trJ R;
ls.H. Thomas, a nenhewtoflthe nresl.
Uent 0f the AmericaniBennlng'Com -
SAFE STOLEN AND
Strong Box Is Found
In Lot By
TAKEN FROM BEDROOM
WHILE OWNER SLEEPS
This morning nt hslf-nist six
o'clock a Hnwnlliin nnnw.,1 Pf..r Mn.
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" mine on nis way io worn, round
.,,.,, fe ynB on a vacanl ,)lo.
1 "" ' uu wuicn on uemg open'
' wa? fo"n'l f'"aln a "Irlng uf
. l,car'1( ''"' a wW dial". Tho safo
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cw uu iu cumnniaiion
lock wrenched off.
,&nMe? .T''m'' 0,e, ma,,er at ?Ce.
to Chief McDuffle and as no one had
.i.u .u.n U1 a ui mo cniei
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hambd ChliiK l.um waikod nto the
chief's offlco and on seeing the safo
at once claimed It as his property.
In fact the Chinese was Just then
calling' on tho. chief to report the
Ch'lng l.um stated that last night
he had left tho safo as usual on a,
table In his bedroom and that at one!
o'clock this morning It was alright, j
Ho and, his wifo then wont to sleep
and this morning on awaking found
that the .ate was gone. j
there was over ono thousand dollars!
worth of Jewelry In tho same and,
with the exctptlon of the smajl string
of pearls und the gold chain', every-1
thing was stolen ' T,,0 T(,rrorU onr(, of , ,
The safe la, only a small nno and ,.- , , , , . "
can easily bo carried by one man; ,l""1 r wn!,ln ff Action by tho
It proved easy io open nnd as a chisel, Board of Supervlsora nnd will -go
screw driver and on nxo .wero found ahead and build u morgue on Its own
near It. It Is oasyjo seo how tho door account.
was, forced open., I Since tho morgue nenr the Judiciary
'.Chief McDuOlo has his suspicions building burned down It has been the
about one man and It may happen Inlontlon, of President Mntt-Smlth of
that he will be nrrosted thla after- ,ho Hoard to have a Joint morgue
noon' and charged with tho robbery, b"M by tho Territory and County as
i 1" this manner a larger building
might bo erected nt a less cost, to
PTTRA WAS ich l,rancn of ,ho government than
jJ UXO. XXXXVJ if separate morgues were built.
Pfi"NTQPTR ATfYRQ WUn ,,lls cnl ln vlew "'"i"1 woro
OVlllJXlJrvxxl VAVVJ taken several weeks ago by tho Hoard
t J of Health to hnvo cooiieratlon with
(Special Bulletin Cable.) jlho Supervisors In tho matter.
HAVANA, Cuba, July 11. Gen- Utters were sent them telling nf
eral Valera and six others, who have tho proposed building which Is so
been quite conspicuous in the af- urgently needed hero and a request
fairs of the island, have been arrest- ' expression of opinion and co
ed by order of the President and operation In tho cost of building,
charged with conspiracy against the This action was taken by tho Board
government. ,' Health somo tlmo ago but patient
Iwultlng has availed nothing, the Bu
1CI IMTCDDDCT1TIIIIU pervlsors have not replied and now
Aun III I lKi KL I A I lull itno nonra r unB ahea nn' con'
. ' ' striict Its owu morgue, and tho Coun-
Trutee'of Ilenilco Illshop Estate ty can do what It likes,
have asked un opinion of Attorney-
clause of the will of the late l)ernce
Illshop. relative to support of Hu-
wallaI chlldrenjn schools.
It lias ueeu llie, cusiqm or inn
trustees to give scliolarVlilus f
et'ees to give scholarships n coacryto and will ponialn three rooms,
inehamehrf'sdioolsi'tt9';jnd(tBfi4MPiVAiiSlllii.L? fle l' 'or aulopulos
Idren of riawd'l'lhn. harenfae..bub M'JdJfU tw 18x22 feet, and anqUier ol
KmnBhamehrf' scliobs.to. .lndbtont.,.WAiiWiliif ""ted up for autopsies
Tj. . . ... ft .
IM.QPJMli'm ins Arueiuirniuiaiw urn h'hwwr
liiM.1 otmm : -rVi.tbciiij. v
Atbtl slidWi; Clliiwriml jiU..ill!MlnW(P rmiA
. , ..ntfMlft ' ' -ill"" "
of orphans and others -In lndlent
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This evening at the Yoqng Hotel
tbe( crew ofj the U. 8, S, .Cleveland
vlll give a 'farewell dance to Hono-
lulu. Invitations having been sent
.'out the latter part ot tbe week.
Tbe tltW'ot ihe fuUctloB"la Home-
$2,000,000 U. S.
Representing an Investment of twp
million dollars and the culmination of
the highest class of ship bulldarn art,
tho United States Navy Auxiliary
Prometheus has arrived at Honolulu
and for the present Is laying nt Ala
kco wh.irf awultlng the completion of
preparations necessary for taking tho
disabled cruiser Chattanooga In tow
for Pugel Sound navy yard.
A vessel with n displacement of
12,500 tons uud a' cargo capacltyof
6500 tons, built of steel and carrying
a compliment of onicers and crow
numbering nltictyone men, the Pro
mothciis s certainly one of tho finest
, d Mcamen ' hag " "X
ed the ,rt of Honolulu. hrlal trip at which tlui, Tho iWeS
The Prometheus la n product of thir'thcus duvilopcd a spd of sIxTsl
navy yard at Mare Island, California,
That tho best of material und work'l
mnnshln has boon iirnwn nnnn in hm-
construction Is borne out by Just n
casual Inmioeilnn nf iln On,. v,.l
now hcre n,ul lo roma,n Mt u, I10"
for nhout ten days.
hrom her powerrul three eyllndercd
miKiiie. io wio smaiiosi detail tn he-
scuiiery, mere naa .Deen no st ntlilg
TnHn.ii TlA UJ!i! t
1 erritoxy iTw Waiting
For Supervisors Jo
H I" Planned to havo tho new build-
ajready owned by" the Territory 'and
",e c0t w'" "o I" ho neighborhood
inn uuuuiuk win uu ui rvunurcuj
. 4 lt.xh u AwJ L til1l Its atitA! rtrt n .Iaa.I
111 bo used as a dead
rd room will, bo u store
ictors room about 10x16
Thin morguU will he built from
money In tho contingent fund and It
will bo up to date In every purlieu
,Mr' On social feature will bo wator
P"yB to play OVOr COrpseB Waiting
wenuncation m ti.0 dead room. b-
this spraying they may be, kept five
snd six days naturally ln this clim
ate, H R tl U U tl H tt U tl
ward Uuund lloll. and
roinlua to give their frleuOs the best
The Cleveland Is returning to Cat-
Ifornla waters utter a tour ot duty
In Oriental waters, and this Is te
last dance that tho crew of tho big
cruiser will give before ' arriving
home, where mauy of tuem wll be
mustered out of tho service.
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THIS PORT AND
In pxpcmllturo of money to make tho
Prometheus u teasel, that would be'K
credit to any country or nation. A:
The vessel Is credited with' her Ini
tial cruise In the voyage to Hong
lulu. Sho was launched from Mare
Island about two yearn ago, Tho Pr'
melheiis sailed from Mara Island nt
four o'clock in Saturday nftprnontT'
Ju:y 2nd. She arrived off tho port
cailr this mornlni unit wim BtM.nlnvi
brouitht atonic sld llm Alaki.a wlinrfl
Tliu vessel uvernged between jefi'antil
one half and elavcii knots on tho trip
down from the coast. Thnt sho Isl
'capable of maklne much liotier lmn
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ThJ Mssol has the asslstauco 'ofl
in c..m,.-. ... ,..i v.... .. Jl
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Him miles of brlnv .leon llnr ..nrlnn.'
... nt ih i..... i -i -.-.. .
",0"Bh liractlcnl'ly new developedKnol
rtlo.,s defects on tho seven day wM
age tn Honolulu.
Them Is hardly sumclent wood
- fContinneil on Pw. a t
iivoniinpea on raw O) . .,
(7ii (inn mu
lIIU,UUUIUII , 1J
Alexander Young believed In mak-j
lug his benefactions while he v.nJ
alive nnd tiid take a iwrsonal hand"
In tho work assisted by his phllan- I
Onu of Hi most valued of Mr. V
Young's contributions to tho common
good of Hawaii wns the Inlilatlvohut
took and thn inauev hnVnva i. ?Jj
tahllFji what Is now known as tho.
Lcahl Home. Mr. Young headed thoj:
eiiuowmeiit fund ror this Institution
with 120,000 and nil during tho last
yoars or his llfo took a personal In
terest III IIh progress. ' ,.
The Homo filled a long folt want
ami Hie tlmo waa not long before rin
onlnrgcmont of lm lustlttitlon ' be
came n necessity. Within tho last
six months an additional endowment &
fund of $70,000 has been raised t(6rl
mo nomo nun ttio work or erecting!1
tho now tuborciilosls imivIIIoii nnd-oth-.'
fr much needed buildings Is now un
der way. -ft:
Quietly, but ijulckly. seventy tho'it-
sanu dollars have been subscribed by,
peoplo of tho city able to give largo'
sums toward n good cnuse and as tt ui
result construction Is rnnldlv colnr'f
forward on tho new tuliorculosls pnyj-
This means that t'adiiUlbhal .pa
tlonts may bo cared for." Hut tho
pavilion Is not oil. Tha blinds over 9
and above thn ttevnnlv Ihutannrl tni. l
lar endowment provide for Vrciiilori'
of n kitchen for tho tuhcrculosl
wards, so that all tho patients, of tho
Homo will lmvo by, tho Improved
car mailo iKisslblp .by lietter equlp
men nnd the nontuuerculosls aide
will be better protected frdraA. any
danger of Infectlou. , i
Tho now building schoma also In
cludes Increased servants' accommo
dation and a small but comfortablo
homo for the Superlntendent'lif tho
Home, While this makes a better
administration headquarters t, also
gives moru space In the twain build,
log of tho Home for patients'. ' "'
It Is often remarked that tho phi
lantbroplo people of Honolulu glvo
moro, of which no ones hears, (ban
la over found un the public records.
Thu 170,000 or to. be absolutely cor
rect tho I7C,$0Q, contributed forJlioH
Ufthl Home Is on tho list of quiet j
but very practical giving, ' - '1'C'I
Each yoar Ijio ile.manilt ..'oVfth'e7
Hp.me have Increased. 'I8tye'ar."BOl
tnfinv rmtlnnta onmn In from IhA.nth'V
1- 7, ." r "J'i-mSS
vuonunnea .on. rage, aj.r'apjy
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