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10 PAGES. HONOM'LU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, JULY 18, 1010. 10 PAGES.
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YOKOHAMA, July 10. The Pa
ciflc Mail liner Mongolia has beeri
floated from the mud banks on
which she grounded. She is found
to have sustained no serious damage
and is new reloading her cargo.
A special cablegram to H.icVfeld t
Co. presumably In niuwer to the on
cf Inquiry enl early this nnrn'ns li
General Manager Htliworln of the P-j
clflc Mull Steamship Company stntc
that tlic Mongolia was lloiteil on Jul
17. anil mi examination showed Ilia
tin) whip was imdanissed. Tli Mod
golla wl'l leave Yokohama .Inlv 2('
nml will reach lioio on the 2'.ltli hi
NEW YORK, July 18. Hugh Lie
Iutcsh threw a man of mystery intc
the nihilistic panic today.
He has issued a challenge to the
heavyweight pugilists of the world
in behalf of an unknown fighter who
is to be named and trained by Jas.
Aicliltrct II. I). Whltllcld who lia
ehnigo of tlio plans for the Carnegie
l.lhrnry to ho erected In Honolulu
will lio In the city In about u month.
lie was to have como with Govcnor
Krfnr on the Manchuria arriving to
il.iy lint wk delayed In ew York and
will ho In nlmitt a month later.
Architect Kerr linn liccn in consul
tatlon wllh him In New York nml It
In understood that thin eotiHiiltntlon
mid the mullein discussed delayed
lilm ko Mint It was Impossible, to romo
on tli' Mnncliurla.
UTILE TO SAY
Weather Only Subject
On Which lie Makes
Cocrnor nml Mrs. Wulter P Krenr
returned this, morning on tlio Man
ehurlu from u trip to tlio inulnV.iiid
during which they visited Now York,
Washington und New Haven in the'
nut, and spent somo tlino on the coast
In returning to Honolulu.
Attorney General I.lndsuy was the
only person who wont out on the
launch to meet the roturnltiK Govern
or, .Mott-Smltli was doluyed In putting
the Mulshing touches upon the Gov
ernor's desk und did not nrrlvo until
the hie liner cuine alongside the dock
hut made good time up the gangway
to greet the Governor on the promen
ade deck o( tlio Kteumer.
Heeii this morning ns soon us tho
Muuchutiu miido fust at Alukea whurf,
Governor r'reur was rather reticent
In regard to his trip. In fact ho had
absolutely nothing to Buy Uelltillcly
In regard to his trip east.
"Weto you In Washington," wiih
(Continued , on Page C) ,
Declares i1 rear
Governor Adds That Personal
Views Are Liberal On
"I am personally ruthcr liberal Ini
my views on the liquor iiuestloii, and'
I believe In grcut liberty to the lndl-
vlilual. There Is no reason why a per
son who can control himself should
not have liquor at any time. If it.
were possible to have elTcctivo prohi
bition it would he. a good thing for
"This wus tho answer of Governor
Walter 1'. Frear this morning at his
olllco li lesponse'to n ciuestlon us to
his stand on tho liquor question.
Continuing, the Governor suld that
tlio question hud botli it moral und a
pructlcal side, and that there was n
gieut difference of opinion among
people iu the question. I
"Tlio body politic has to protect It
self und It is u question Just wheto
the lino between tho maintenance of
personal liberty, and self-protection.
HAWAII LUCKY IN
Frear Says Territory
Received More Than !
Equal Share !
In talking over the things that
Hawaii has to be thankful for from
Congress during tho past few,
moutliB, Governor 1'iear suited to-1
day Hint tlio Tciritury had been
iimiuil uetii'r lieillt'll limn piuci'H uil
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IIIU lll.lMIIUIII, ,. Illtll Httll IIIU1I5 V1UII1I I
prohubly than 'Hawaii.
IlesIdeB the amended Organic Act
which wns pnsped, fhos public build
ings upprupi'l.itlnns which tho Ter
ritory had received were larger than
those of cities oil tho mainland.
(Continued 'on Page 2.)
PROMISES PALATIAL LINERS
of t'u cqdy politic should be drawn,"
said Governor 1'ro.ir.
"I hollotfu that the liquor law wo
now hum Is u good one, much better
than anything in the past, hut I think
that it might be posslblo to have a
mill better one," ho said.
Governor Krenr Mild that as to n
piohlbl'tory law being enforced It de
pended oil the kind of the law tho
Legislature should enact In case pro.
hlbltlnu curried He did not express
an opinion us to tho lesult of the
plebiscite, but the current of his re
marks led ono to belloe that he had
no Idea thaUu victory for prohibition
would result from tho balloting next
"A law might bo enacted," he snld,
"which would result In nn open town
nml Territory and everything would
be wldor open than at present," ho
Captain 'Saunders Is In
Charge Of The Big
Captain J. W. Saunders for the
teiontl tlmo greeted the quarantine.
Immigration anil customs olllcluls of
Honolulu with tho arrival of tho
r.iclflo Mall steamship Manchuria
I rem Han riiiuelsco this muiiiing.
Captain SaunJeis has been assigned
us nn extra tklppor in the service
and lie will uuiloiilitully ho kept
voyaging back and foith between
Hun Krahflsco and the Kur Kast as
a relief to the unions navigators
wlio ate grained leave of ubsen.e.
(Cori'.inue'i os Page 2)
Bollinger Coming Here
During Next Few
Sometime duriijK the net few
weeks Secretary Had Mis. Hailing r1
will visit Hawaii. I
This news was ijruiiilil to Honolulu
by Vicrnnr Krenr this morning who
mild Hint liu talked with the Secre
tary of the Interior at Wellington
unit wns then lufoimed that In com
p:inv with Mrs. Ilnllluger h would
in - ii visit to the Territory during
The last time Governor Krear wns
In H'nshlngton Secretaiy ll.ilduger
expressed a desire to com" her for
mi ikil il thii lime thought he
! ti''i I a e to go to Alaska Instead.
It has now been decided that the
.irKi '1st will not be made tills
i i an I so Hnwil v ll rxelve the
Capital Of Italian Elec
tric Raised To
Tho prosperoiu condition of the Ha
waiian Htectric Company wns shown
this morning when at a special meet
ing of the bour'l of directors an In
crease III the c.i'.iltallzatloii of the
company was authorized from (r0i),000
In oxplulnlng the Increaie In the
capitalization of the company this
morning J. A McCamlless stated that
It wns if stock dividend fioni the sur
plus that has been accumulating lu
the company's, treasury.
Big Fleet of Boats Were
On Hand To See
I.os Angeles, July 10. Heeling far
over under clouds of canvas, the Mol
lllou, Sweetheart and Hawaii, compet
itors in the Sun I'edro to Honolulu
yacht race, poked their noses into u
choppy sen today on the first stretch
of their 300 mile Journey. The rac
ers were sent away at noon.
The Mollilou, the entry of the Aeo
llan yacht club of Alameda, crossed
tho line first, a few seconds utter tho
crack of tho starting gun. It was fol
lowed by Hawaii, tho entry of the
Islanders. The Sweetheart crossed
lloth the latter vessels outfootcd tho
northern yitwl, und when tho horizon
hid the racers fioui the hundreds who
hud witnessed tho start from the
breakwater the Hawaii and the Sweet
heart were more than a mile ahead of
A large licet of yachts and pleasuiu
vessels, crowded with spectators, at
tended the start of the race, which is
tho third of the biennial contests be
tween Sun I'edro and Honolulu.
The winner of the race Is expected
to do the -M0 mile Journey lu belter
than thirteen days.
"For Rent"' cards on sale at
BALLINGER IS CO
Of New Boats
Pacific Mail Liners Will Be
650 Feet Long And Cost
j "Honolulu Is at the present tltnnl
enjoying the benellts of as good uj
steamship service with the mainland
its can be found between similar ports
unywhere, und lu voicing this oplulon
I coincide with the sentiment ex
pressed by General Malinger George
Dearborn of the American-Hawaiian
line, who not long ago visited jour
city anil presented all array of facts
and figures for the coiitddr ration of
those who warmly advncAtu the sus
pension of the coastwise shipping
laws as applying to Honolulu."
Such wus i) statement made by Vice
l'resldeut and General Manager It. I.
Schwerin of the I'nclllc Mull Steam
ship Company, who Is a passenger In
the liner Mongolia and en route to
the Kur Hast and will probably extend
his business tour to Slngupoiu and
Homeo," ' ' .
Hmairiloni" forl.ocul limit.'- - '
Mr. Schwerin oners but little en
couragement to those who have hoped
that at no distent date the I'nclllc
Mail I.lnn would place a local buat on
the Sun Kruuclscu-Honululu run.
Restaurant Man Says
This morning at the police court
the eato or I.leulenant lliirrhtlolil,
who Is chin god with using Uneaten
Ing language, was railed. ClaudlliH
II. Mclljido uppeared for the defend
ant, and the pioM'iutlon asked that
the matter he sent over till Monday
The lieutenant Is at present res
tricted to his quarters nt the Marine
station, and he Is not allowed to com
municate with any outsiders except
his uttornoy. It Is Bald that Uurch-t
field will have to face n court martial
in the near futuro.
In connection with the statement
made In tho morning paper to the
effect that Itiuchneld had hud trouble
with u restaurant In town over a
check traninctlon, the following tot
ter speaks for Itself:
Mr C. II. Mcllrlde.
Attorney for Win. I.. Uurchflelil,
Honolulu T. II.
Dear Sir: At your request and In
order In clear up any misunderstand
ing or Intimations Hint Mr. Ilurclifleld
tins had llnnuclal ilinicultles with the
Union Grill, I take pleasure In stat
Ing that I have willingly cashed ninny
of his chicks, which checks have al
ways boon paid: moreover, Mr.
Ilurchllold'H account with the Grill
has always been entire')- satisfactory
and Iris been paid when due. I have
no criticism to make of Mr. Ilurch
field as n patron of my restaurant In
anv way, nhapf or manner. Our rein
tlons have always been pleasant, and
Mr. Ilurclillold's account at the Grill
Veiy truly ours.
Proprietor. Union Grill.
Honolulu. July 18, lit 10.
The big I'nclllc Mull liner Manchu
ria will be dispatched fi,r Japan ports
ami Hongkong lit sl o'clock this
evening The vessel Is moored at
Alukea wlnrf and while at this port
nmrtv fifteen hundred tons of gen
eral cargo has been going out of the
Tho Manchuria will tako Bcvonil
lay-over passengerH from Honolulu.
The contemplated addition of two
Inrgo and palatial liners to the I'n
clllc Mull Iteet, which vessels will lu
all probabllll) be completed and ready
for service within three years, bus
lent weight to the belief that the old
reliable steamship China might be
given Over to n local service between
this port und tho mainland.
When usktd about this phase of the
situation nn board the Manchuria this
morning General Manager Schwerin
took occasion to declare hlmtelf In
regard to the Honolulu hopes und am
bitions. "People do not stop to consider the
cost of maintaining und operating a
vessel even of the slie of the China
on a regulur run between Ran I'r.iu-
clsco und Honolulu. I will say this
much, that even were the C'Mtu
plnc'ed uu this wheat. run .andipci.it-
ed on an Ini fuiedlute basis With n
fifty dollar lure between the ports, the
vessel would lose money on each nml
every trip though she were filled to
her capacity with passengers und
(Continued on Page 3)
Kalcujkalani And White
Laughed At After
"The Prohibitionists will snreb
ho the hirers nt the coming election
Tin) have no possible show of carry
ing tho Island. This Is my opinion
(nun tho present outlook."
Hum Kelllnol, a Maiilau by birth
and by residence, mado the above
remarks when stopped ol: the street
today. What ho stated was accord
ing to what he actually he'leved to
be thu case, nt the present time Ills
statement was substantially c'orrob
(Mated by u well-known Hawaiian
of l.ahalna, who Is also visiting in
lloth of these Mnuliins are appar
ently positive that the antl-Prohlbl-tlonlsts
will surely win out In the
plebiscite election which takes place
on July 26. They further admitted
Hint tho prohibition agents have
been working mighty hard for the
past few weeks, with a low to In
lliienrtug the native Hawallans to
voto on their sldo. While they huve
made, what appears to them, a suc
cessful lour of the Islands, those who
have hud a chain e to hear tho elo
quent speeches of D. Kntaiiokalaul
Sr. und William White, have sub
sequently laughed nt them after they
have closed their speeches which
they themselves thought ,wero more
Tile hard workers of the anti-pro
hlhltlou league are said to be get
ting lu some heavy work to win tho
lotnlng buttle. They nro telling nml
educating the HiiwuIIuiih how to
vote. In order to muko the matter
clear lit them, hose working for HI)
eit and self gov eminent nro giving
Hie voteiH thu names of tlioso who
are hacking the Woolloy propa
ganda. It Is ' now clearly shown
that tho native Hawallans arc aware
of t e fact that Thurston Is actual
ly at the bottom of tho whole thing.
Ami knowing him so well ns most
lnstiiimentnl In overthrowing their
beloved (Jiiecn, they win now have
a iniinie in get even wim nun uy
dumping him and vutlug against ills
MANILA, July 18, Dean Worces
tcr. Secretary of the Interior of the
Ph;liptine Commission, had a nar
iGW escape from being assassinated
by Mcios while making a tour of the
twcrcesicr wnue traveling through
the island of Palawan was attacked
by a band of Moros armed with bo
les. His bedygutud killed thtec of
e n' iukir.tr fcrce nnd the othcra
fled. Worcester was not inj. .jd.
UNCLE JOE IS
IMPORIAT. Kan., July 18.
Sneaker Joj Cannon has ccmnletcW
tecovctcd from the indisposition that H
r.8.'en ins iiicnus sucn ninrm ou
y. day. The Speaker is in excel-
icnt cor.diticjt and made, ieveral
li (Arid i .
BEVERLY. Mass., July 18,-rPres-idsnt
Tnft left today for a ten-day
cruise nlonir the coast of Mn'ne for
Ills summer's rmtlui- Tie U travel.
tag on the Presidential yacht May- m
(WASHINGTON. D. C. Jnlv 1R
Henderson Sometville of New York
has teen named as the president of
he EoarJ, of General Appraisers,
01LM0DE IS DEAD.
NEW ORLEANS. I.a.. Jnlt- 1R '
Representative Gilmore died here to-JV
Considered And ti Be;
Named Within Few
I.onln Andrews, Attorney fic:i-rnlj
i.inusiiv nnu i.iovii rnnminir war,.
closeted with (limunor Krear soon u7.
ter his nrrlvnl today discussing tlijVi
atinolutments to be nmitn for ' llm
Hoards of Registration for tho coming"'
two years . r
The lumlnt of the Hoards of Jteg-
Istrntlon Is one of tho first thlngj
which will be taken up otllrlnlly by '&
n.-m,.- i-.. .. ... it..... ,. ,.. ..... v5.
tluiKllllll tl-m un Ull-BU UMUII1H JI11IBW
hold their tlrst meetings on August !,'
Tho appointments to' he mado-ara
or tlio getierni election to be held
lu November nnd havo no connection,
with the plebiscite and tho member
hold office for two yours acting 'lu
Acting Governor Mott Smith has
been working on this list for nppalutWl
incuts tor some lime nnd It Is under''!
stood that It Is practically complete j
All tnai la necessary now is in go
over it tor a final discussion and con?
slderatloii and tho appointments may
nil ho mudo within tho next fwtyj
cigui nours. , t
Most people grieve i worth overttj
fitiif, iiifv inait n in nr . i
What's bred In the hone Is weighed
out to us by the butcher.