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10 PAQES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1010. 10 PAOES.
FRICt I OEHTI
On Liquor Law
Declares Hawaii Stalute
Best That Can Be
GIVES STATEMENT TO
S. F. CHRONICLE
(iowriior Frriir N fully eiuivrlnin
uf the merits ut tlu existing lu pow
crnlng tlic lliiiur trnlllc In llnvvull,
which Hie iiriilillillloiiMi arc working
The San KniiicKrii .('hn.nlclo (
July Dili contnlni mi Interview with
tloiorner l'riiir In which lie Is rri'illl
id n h stating without (iiiillllcalliin
"Unit tlu present lliiiur Hi rn M' laws
there prevailing were lis giiml u could
In- fmiud nn) where." This statement
unn Hindi' In ansnir (u a iuctlu
hearing uiou tlir iilclilorlti'.
Tlic article continues as follow s
The Governor was particularly
ELECTRIC CAR CRASHES
INTO AUTOMOBILE AS IT
At flvo o'clock josterdny afternoon
thcro was an nutmuoblle accident at
thn corner of Alexundcr and Young
streets that might have easily ondi'il
In the deatlj ot several pcoplo. Auto
444, driven by Dr. l'ulrweallier. tried
to cross the lluplil Transit track Just,
as ear number 5 cairns down towards
King nil cot.
The electric enr was traveling at
the umml rain of speed and tho "mo
tormnti Eiiya that ho sounded IiIb gong
as he nppiouched tho crossing. Tlioj
niiloiuoblle appeared suddenly and,
before anything could ho done, ihe '
rolllslon had taken place.
Dr. l'alrweather hud with him In
the automobile three ladle, ami when
thn electric car struck the machine.
Ihey wero thrown out hut escaped se
llout! Injury Tho doctor received n
lirulso on his lei; and sovcrul small
Fcratclies: the auto wag piled up on
GEO. C. BECKLEY;
Masonic Rites And
The public funeral services uvor on tho last up trip of tho Slnna,
the lemalns of tho lute (leorge C. amoral George Uhler win a. passni
llcckley wero conducted ycstoritay Bcr to Sun jruncljeo. no uimo ion
nfternoou with Sliuonlc rites by Ha- on l0 Jule voynB0.
wullan Lodge. The Masonic rltuul ,, ... , , ,. , ,
was read and the services couducteil (ie,,('ru' ul,ler H ,",l:u'1 h,u,oa
by L, .M. Vutlesen, muster of tho llifpectoi (lenerul of Stern A i'80r,
lodge. I located u 'ii()hlngton. '). t" , being
A feature uf the burial nt the
cemetery was tho fact that the grave
-was completely lined with (lowers,
no earth showing through. After
the casket wus lowered, more llow
! were added, and before the earth
was put In, tho giave wus nearly
tilled with lloweis.
The Hawaiian band, which hail
liven sent out by Mayor 1'eru, was
at the gate of tho cemetery to meet
the procession, and soft music was
discoursed ub tho body was curried
into the pi minds.
There weio tlueo services con
ilucled over thu remains yesterday.
(Continued on Page 3)
SAM NORRIS ;DIES THIS MORNING'
pleased, however, with tlie ncllon re
Kurdlng tlio iiinciulnicnti) to the Ha
waiian land 'laws which lmd Icon up-
'Continued nn Pace 3)
CROSSES OVER TRACK
the fender of the ehoirlc car at first
and then thrown to one side. The
fender of the electric car was broken
and It took Home time to fix It so
Hint the car could resume Its rim.
Thu automobile was going towards
WnlMwi., and tho electric car was
making Its usual rim down Alexander
sheet from Iteretanla to King. Tho
mntorman did not seo tho auto till It
tdiot out In front of him and then It
was too Into.
Alexander street was tho scene, of
another collision home months uko
when nil auto carrying fcomo of tho
ottlceis n' tho Aim rlcfin warships, was
run down by an electric car. Tho
auto In that caso writ turned com
pletely ftrnund by tho forco of tho
collision and when rtoppod. was fac
Ing In lin opposite) direction to which
It lmd In u hoveling at tho time of
General Uhler Predicts
Great Things For
In charge of till steamboat servlco lu
the United States
On the la'jt trip of tho Slerrn tho,
passengers naked him to' preside at ucen seni oui Dy tne umnese uuv
tho distribution of tho spoits contest ernment to assist the Portuguese In
awards nnd ho responded very grac
iously lu n delightful talk, nnd lutor
' lu tho course of his remarks he paid
a tribute to the steamship Sierra.
I Cleneial Uhler compliment! d tho
J Continued on Page G)
KOnitlfJA- In thlB city. July II, 1U10,
to tho wlfo of l J. Nobrlgu, u son.
YOKOHAMA. July 15. The Pa
cific Mail steamship Mongolia, that
lclt here yesterday for Honolulu,
stranded at 3 o'clock this morning
The bip liner is not damaged, and
it is exnested that she will be float
ed as scon as she can be lightened
of a portion of her cargo.
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DAILY SCORES OF
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. July 15. The
scores in tuc Dig leagues play tcua,
American Philadelphia 2. Boston
0: Boston 6. Chicago 2; New York
8. Cleveland 7; Detroit 3, Washing
National Pittsburg 8, New York
7; Cincinnati 5. Boston 1. Other
Standing of American League, July 14
Club. V. U I'ct.
Philadelphia 4S 21 .Ml!
New York 43 2'J .CUT
Detroit 12 3.1 .Gi'.O
IJoston 42 33 .BCD
Cleveland 31 3.'. ,43
Chlcagu 2!t 41 .411
Washington 2S 41 .3SS
St. I.onls 21 4fi .313
Standing of National League, July 14
Club. V. U I'ct.
Chicago 12 20 .017
New York 4U 28 -G88
Pittsburg 32 31 .530
Cincinnati 30 33 .521
I'hlladelphla 33 3H .478
lliooklyn 31 38 .443
SI. Louis 31 42 .424
llostotl 30 44 .40!i
R. R. STRIKE
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PHILADELPHIA, July 15. The
threatened strike of the employes of
the Pennsylvania Railway Company
over a deadlock with the railway of
ficials in relation to an increase of
wage3, has been deferred pending
ancthc; conference with the offl
cials. Fifteen thousand men stand ready
to co out if the second conference
Such action would tie up com
pletely the best equipped railway
sjstcm in the world.
T0KI0. July 15. Minister Tera.
uthi started for Seoul today to as
sume his duties as Resident-General
Terauchi, in sneaking to the rep
resentatives of the press, said that
he would not use the mailed fist in
his administration of the affairs of
HONGKONG. Julv 15. Ten trun -
boats and twelve hundred men have
. . -i f m
the extermination of the Chinese pi-
rales at Colowan.
OARD. Belcittm. Julv 15, Avia
tor Kinot is dead here as a result of
inluries sustained from the fall of
? 'i' '
"I ste by the paper that you aid llcv. Woolley lire having nn
"If Hamuli goes dry, Honolulu might ns- well iilt promotion
work for tijurlsts. They will not go where they cannot get a cock
tail when they want It.
"I know from nine years' experience entering to them on the
Islands nnd from what they say heio when they talk of going there."
St. Olnlr Illdgood, for nine years n resident of Hawaii atiil'iiuw in
charge of thn lluwallan headquarters at I-os Angeles.
TO FIRST LOVE
Ocennlciu V'audevlllensiH" niid'r
'he erpirt direction uf Cliinllus II.
Melirldo served to rcllce the tedium
f the oyngo from San Kranelco to
Honolulu. If such a thing were xn
siblo on board, tho liner Slerrn, with
Captain llpudlelte. Purser T. C.
Smith or Chief Steward Cnrleton
looking aftor tho wcllfare of tho pas
Prior to taking un lib rxacttng du
ties In luwUttpi (tovemur I-'ioar In
the management of these blcsVed
Isles, Claudius once uMin u time dal
lleil at the slirliii) of Thespls. It was
Claudius who graced the minstrel
boatds and nppeared with the bright
er lights lu burnt cork and tnmbo
circles nnd when he was approaches
by the Sierra's nfllcm and asked to
take chntge of the series of fnterUln
ments to be held on hoard ship dur
ing thn vojaKi' to Honolulu, Clau
dius mustered a becoming blush and
reluctantly consented to serve us mas
ter of ceremonies.
The echo of tho't monologue deliv
ered by th late secietary lu Hawaii's
governor still reverhrates through tho
tassted and tastily furnished dining
saloon of the Slfrr.i.
Tho entertainment was given nn
last Thii'sdny evening. The program
was n varied ono and wns hugely en
joyed by the i-eenty odd passengvrs
who wero eiijojlug towards Hono
lulu. The date was set In commem
oration of the 121st anniversary of
Lthn Knll of lliiKtlle.
The program as arranged by .Me-Ilrlde-
Piano solo -Miss llertschy
Monologuo Mr. Melirldo
Song Dr. Vrnoni
Historical Sketch of French Nn.
tlonnl Teto Mile Dreyfus
La MnrsclllalsovCnnducted by Mile.
Violin solo Mr. Howard
Descriptive Tnlk .-.Colonel Miles
Song MIbi Hnllock
Story Mr. Kins
8hakesienrean Headings, .Mr. Koonltz
Southern melodies Mr. Coleman
I Story Mr. Ilonnoll
"The Htar apangieu winner.
Piano solo MIsh Bailor
Story Mr. Lyon
Violin solo Mr. Howard
Aloha oo by Mr, I.yon and his Uku
I BIG DEALS
Considerable activity but no large
transfers marked the business of tho
Stiuk Kxchango today,. The be
jwcuti boards lniBlncJ wns headed
by a sale of over one hundred shares
lf Hawaiian Commercial at 40.
'which Is tho ruling rale and pro
I .1.1.. I... .1 ...In, I tii .k .11 tftMii tul lrlvi
sumuhly Included the dividend, l-'ivo
shnros of the same btoik' sold at the
morning .session at the same rate.
Activity In Ilonokaa has started
again tit 18.25, which appears to bo
bedioek. The dron lu ll'onnkaa Is
said to be due to udverse reports cir
culated about Honolulu legutdlng
the condition of the cane and the
poor percenluge of suciose. Hut
thu buyois uie among tho people best
Infm ined on the condition of the
Olua, after Its week of activity,
Vote lu the Plebiscite where
toted lust. Is tho Instruction which
Secietnry Moti-Smlth wishes Im-
pleased upon the minds of till voters
of Ihe Territory. ,
It mutters not that you may havu
nun ed from the precinct where ou
.Ived at the time of tho last elec-
Hon the leglstur of that election
Is the one to be used for thu Plebl -
sclte, and unless voters come to the
precincts In which they were last
registered to cast their ballots, they
will he unable to vote.
Those eligible to cast ballots In
the prohibition election are Ihe ones
whose names were on voting regis
ters nt tho last election, and tney
must go to their old precincts If In
the meantime they live In others.
The work of preparing for the
Plebiscite Is well along, practically
all which can bo done by the office
of the Territorial Secretary alreadv
having been completed.
In addition to piepnrlng-for thn
Plebls Ite, Secretary Mott-Srulth has
dona a gient deal of the preparatory
work for the general election In No-1
veniber. He withes
mainland before the election, as It
has been live years Blnce he and Mrs.
Mott Smith have been away from
Within u few days Instructions -
election Inspectors will he Issued,
telling them of their duties In tie
tall, nnd In addition to instruction.)
Issued, maps will he furnished each
Inspector of his precinct. ,
A new edition of election laws re
vised to date has been prepared by
Mrtt -Smith, and theie revised laws
wl.l ho ready for the printer within
it few diijs.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 15. Mrs.
Coshlan, the widow of the late Ad
miral Coirhlan, died here today,
FRANCISCO. July ,15.
80 analysis, 14s. 71-2d.;
5.12c. Previous quotation,
VIEWS ON PROHIBITION
By leaders of thought and
action in Hawaii will be
"Medlclno,'! Bald u llttlo girl, "Is
something thut makes you careful not
to catch cold aguln." llnlfersnllst
it ;: a :; a tt tt t: t: tt tt tt tt u tt n tt
dropped back to C today, and tho
uffers made aio below that figure.
The stock will probably move up
again If the hlstdry of such Hurries
is repeated. Mellrydo Is fairly
strong ut d.i'u. Oabu sold ot 32 370
on thu Kx.haugu, nnd Kwu ut 31 2r.
Excellent reports urn coming fiom
ICwu as to the possibilities of the
This Is one of the regular dlvl
lend du)s. Over one hundred nud
seventy-live thousand dollars lu div
idends weie puld out by sugar plan
tations and the Oahti Hallway this)
Auto And Engine
Crash Near Aiea
Mrs. ' McCandless And Party
Near Death When Machine
One of the most marvelous nnd
thrilling escapes from Instant death
wns witnessed jesterduy afternoon at
I S o'clock, when nil automobile In
I which with Mrs I.. I,. McCandless,
'Mrs. Captain Fuller, three children
and n nurse was dashed Into by n
plantation train nt Alea and over
turned. The automobile wns driven by J-
Holt, who Is considered to be a ery
'careful chauffeur. It uppears thnl
as the party wns icturulug from'
Pearl Cits and had Just reached thu
spot near Manager Pthb's house, the
chnuffeur suddenly heard the rtttnl
hie of u train. The iiutomobIM was
within ten feet of tho railroad track
when tho lo omotlve emerged from
the tall enne that bounds the t.aelt
on both sides. , 1
j Holt at once threw on Ills brake
nnd cut off the engine ot the mi
(Special Bulletin Wireless. istre.u. of eccentricity In bis make-up.
H1L0. Hawaii, July 15. Col. Sam He ilrst canto to Hawaii many years
Norris. the aeed rancher, died at ligo Just when is not accurately
o'clock this mornintj at his home 111
ii ,r mi t"",jioi '
Cc'.o'el Norris hes been bed-rid.
den ftr' the past few months, at-!
though his mind remained clear. He,
celebrated his eighty-eighth birthday
It wns on July 2 that tho deed
wus tiled at tho llurcau of Convey-,
ai. -es whereby Col Sam Norris gave
to Charles (1. Maeouiber his ranch
of 180,001) acres ut Kan, known as
Knhukii Hunch. I
Coioncl Norris wns a Dane, with a
Yanagi To Stand Trial
For Firing Gun On
Yanngl, tho Japanese who Is al
leged to have tired shots from his re
volver Into a room where u man ho
Is said to Imvo lmd u grudge ugalust
resided, appeared lu court this mum-
Ing nnd was represented by Attorney
The prosecution wns conducted by
City and County Attorney Cathrart,
nnd the witnesses wlui were called
...... .1... 1. I. ...
luui ini;ir muiy ui mu iiiiuu. 4i.-
ilrews brought out under cross - exam -
Inutlou thut ono Japanese witness,
who Is a milkman at D.ivjson's dairy,
only told Chief McDulllo thut ho had
seen Yunukl on tho night ot the shoot
ing, snino days after Yunugl had been
arrested and charged with tho crime.
Miss' Duvlsou guvo evidence about
the milkman going to her house and
telling bur of the shooting. Yunagl
hud once worked for her but had been
discharged soma time ago. Judge An
ilriulo. after listening to tho evidence,
committed the accused for trial nt tho
Circuit Court on u charge of attempt
' to murder,
chine, but the car slid right onto'
the linck directly In front of the 3
train. The engineer on the locomo-l
the made desperate efforts to bring
his liutn to a standstill and could,)
only reduce the pace n little. Tim,
locomotive, struck, tho automobile, 1
and after shovlt g It for a few feet!
overturned It and spilled nil the pa-J
rengers out. "
The hissing steam from tho loco
motive wns bqulrted onto the tinfor-
tunale auto ieop e ns thoy lay amid 1
the wreck of their cur. nnd Sirs.
fuller was s.-aldod by the hot Jets.
Mrs. McCandless was thrown onto
her side and re.elvod u bad brulso
on the right side of her face. The
children were -badly shaken up, ami
i.e inn mi was Injured about the
.i 'nger Glbli heard of thn ncct-
Continued on Vaxe 3)
AT HIS HOME
known- ami hu hud a varied career
i" iihiijj MiiH iii iiitt wuriu. ill i&ia
l"1 kept a rorrce store at the foot of
"e wuit to the mines In Cnllfor-t
"lu dtttlng the gold rnsli. wns on n j
iiiiniusiering expedition in centraii
tuerlcii. wns In a revolution lu Mex
ico ugalrat Diaz, nnd owned vol-
liable ranch lands In thu Sacramento,)
Vnllev lu Callfonln He afterward
i nine b.i l lu Hawaii and had been
here contlniiouly"v(pr many years.
At the time he Knyo tho ranch
(Continued on Pa'se 3)
Due Here October 12 ;
II IIIH ll'l'llll IVVVIU'U IIVIIT irUUljl
Japan Is correct Honolulu will bol
visited by tho Japanese
which, according to the
orary of the Japanese Navy
incut, will urrlvo ot this port October!
12 of this j ear, to remain hero m
week before sailing for the California)
coast nnd subsequently to South!
I m. .... ."I
j;iu vniiMiips urn lliu jvsaillll uuu
IKnsagl, which played Important partsj
during tho lute wur between ltusslaj
nnd Japan. They will bo command
I'd by one of, the famous admirals of
tho Imperial nuvy. After they liavo
visited the California and South Amer
ican poits, they will ouco muro return
to Honolulu, preparatory to leaving
for Yokosuku navy yurd, their startjJ
Ing point. "
The two warships will leave Yoko-1
suka shortly utter the naval cadets!
havo passed their examination, wTiichj
they uro compelled to take yeurly.bejj
fore they uro udmlttoj un board tho
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