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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRIT0R7 .OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JULY 20, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PBICX I GXKT1
Kauai Is Lost
Sheriff W. H. Rice, Declares
Propaganda Without Chance !
"Prohibition mill not dm on tlio
lolnn.l of Kauai."
TIiIh statement wns m.'iito tills morn
ing by Sheriff W. II. Itlro anil Is bawd
iih)ii his II rm conviction that u pro
hlbltory law will not have tlo slight
cat chance of seeming tlio endorse-
ment of the people lit the plebiscite!
on July 2tith,
Sheriff Hico liaa a thorough knywb
cilgo of tho sentiment prevailing on
Knuul and accordingly stales that
there "prohibition will not carry."
h'lrullar reportB aro -beliiF received
from Hawaii and Mnul vlirro It. Is
btntcd that tlib wavo of rentlinonl
against the Woolley-Thurslon platform
NEW GRAND JURY
TO REPLACE ONE WHICH
IAD LEGALITY QUESTIONED
At ton o'clock this mornliiR tho
Biand Jury for the renmlnder of tho
term was drawn In Judge Cmiper'a
courtroom, twenty-thrco nainea tioltiB
placed on tlio panel for Ihu uucecd
Iiir months of tho term. I
This Jury takes up tho work left
by tho one which was discharged a
thort time ago by JiiiIko Cooper at
tho tlniu that body mado its II mil re
port, tho dlseharKO below given be
ciiusu there was n question as lo tho
legality of the Jury.
Home months ago JuiIro Whitney
Increased Hie Jury to the full panel
when there were more than twelve
men still Bervlnj;, iiml as It Is cus
tummy to make this Increnxo only
when the number falls liclow twelve
men, the legality of tlio Jury was
questioned In the Holt caso. Tho case
Is now on appeal to tho Supremo
Court on this question of legality of
the composition of tlio Jury.
Judso Cooper refused to try any
more cases wlipro Indictments were
Vessels At Honolulu 'Arc
Visited and Vegetables
The Staff of Division of Entomology
has been doing tegular Inspection work
during the past mouth na usual and
the largo number of vessel arriv
ing at Honolulu ami 11 1 lo liavo boeu
Insptcted for products brought Into
Of 32 vessels boarded nt Honolulu,
fruit, plants and vegetables wcru
found on 19. The usual caro was tak
en In the rigid Inspection and thu
following disposal made:
Passed as freo from pests: 015 lots,
Kumlgatcil before releasing: 8 lot3,
Durueil: 11 loin, 11 piteels.
Total Inspected: 931 lots, 14,355
In a small lot of ferns fioui NVw
(Continued on Pate 2)
In growing In volume with tho np
lironcli of the plebiscite on Tuesday
Thi? icnl meati'ii? of prolilblllnn
ami the- Ideas back qf those who a-u
advocating Its adoption In Ilawnll,
linvo brt'ti explained to tho cltlzons
of the other islands with convincing
KnnalH Is satlKflcil with the present
law and does not require explanations
to piovo tlio ulllrlpncy of Its mijchln
Senator Falrchlld and neprcscntii
tlvo Coney liavo declared that he
potent law Is amply sufficient , to
meet die need of the people and thlo
la (he ccnllment of the Island.
Inouslit In by tills Jury on this ac
count ns tip cases might bo decided
mid then tho Supreme Court hold
that tho Jury was Illegally constitut
ed and tho eases would nil have to
be tried again.
For Hits reason ho discharged tho
other Jury and now hns ono whose
Indictments ran bo brought and cases
tried with no question brought up :is
to Hie legality of tho body.
Tho names' drawn to servo on (ho
present Jury which will be "worn In
on August 1 are: Irwin II. Ileinjle,
Samuel C, IlwlRht, Hubert It. field,
ford, John M, DuwsoU, Clmrle.i Dur.
ko, John Oudorklrk, Owen Williams,
James J. 'MeCandlcss, James O. Car
ter, Jr.i John V. Fnrwell, Kd, Towso,
Henry C. Kaston. Kred n. Damon,
Ocorgo 15 Itugg, Curtis V. Inuken, Al
fred II. Hatfield; William A. I.ovo.
Vllllnni 1. Wnrron, Brnest Kopke,
Thomas K. Wall, Alonzii Oartloy,
Jesse 0. Young and Samuel (1, WIU
Division Continues Tree
Tho Division of Forestry of tho De
partment of Aerlculturo la doing
hohiethlng all tho time although In a
quiet way toward reforesting areas
In tho Territory and conserving tho
During (ho past month a consider
able amount of work has been accom
plished In plnntlng trees nnd distri
buting them to different partB of (.lie
Territory, as well as erecting fencos
and doing botanical exploration ,ou
Planting Plan for Molokal Ranch.
Dosed on the study mado on the
ground during' a trip to Molokal In
Hay, Mr. Hosmcr spent some time
this mouth In preparing ii comprehen
sive report outllulug a general scheme
for forest planting (in thq lauds owrv
i.'d by the Motokitl Hunch Company.
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A FEW OF WOOLLEY'S "GUERRILLAS OF
Tlire arc ii few of tin inrn nlio declare llwl inililhllln for llnuiill U wrong ami unulil lir niniliitt
(lip hot InlcrcMi of tlio rnmmnnlty mil Hie people: .
Illslinp Libert Mark ,1'. Itoblixou ('hiirlr flillllnitwirtli
l!Mini Kmfnrlrk John ft Lime , H. Mcliirnij
Ile. Nllllbnld Feliuy Heiinre ' I'lilrrlilld .1. I. .Mrlnrniy
W. 0. .Snillli Archibald limine ' Hen. INI mini lint ft
A If ml Cimllr Fred l Wnlitroii J. II. Cotipy
.Major Joirpli .1. Fern Jnmc I .Mcl.c.m 'ft ft ion lliinim
I.. I McCniidlo's tVcll IJruuii Dr. Hcnrgc Aiicnr
I,. Triinrj Peek
IVnollcy tmi Klaleil llnil Hip only rlrmrnl oppoMil In hU pnipair.iniln In Hawaii "are IIip Kiierllliii of rtll
I'lolillillliin pollers also drclar' thai Ilic liquor InlcrrMi tiro Hip snip objectors In Hip Wonllrr-Tliurston
ink MOINES. Iow. Julv 20.
Governor Carroll was indicted by the
wd i"ry today on the choree ofi
'libel. The case crows out of the
U&vemor having Riven out forpubli
cation his reason for rp"- r tne
resignation of a. State official1' j
TIEW ORLEANS. La., July 20,
Dispatches received Here today civo
news of an insurrection having
broken out at Honduras, It is said
that the affair is started in the in
terest of former President Bonilla.
.FAIRFIELD. CaL July 20. One
of the two men suspected of robbing
the umna man train on April 17 has
made a full confetiion.
Korean Denies Having!
Committed Any I
Duck Soon, thn recaptured Korean
prisoner, wns lit Chief MeDufllo's or
tleo this morning. The man In fitted
out with nu Oregon bunt, und Is con
sidered lo lis snfo from any break
away now. An attempt tu get him
to confess In robberies committed
whlln he was nut of Jail has, fur,
not met with much success.
This morning at tho pnll'u station
another Korean, who says that Duck
Soon ntolu two watches from n houu"
at Knllhl, openly accused tho notorl
'ous cilmlnnl, Tlip on,!y reply made
.was: "That fellow n liar I no
steal the wntchos."
Chief Met) u (Tin took Duck Soon over
to the Oahu prison at ten o'clock this
morning, fiv! Hi'i mau wn3 at onc
sent to n cell. If the burglary chargo
cannot a proved ngilnst him, lie will
bo charged with having broken prlv
on, and an added ycifr or mi put on
Ills present scnlcnco
Admiral do Castries and oilier offi
ce ra of the French cruiser Montcalm
will ha tho guests of honor at a din
ner o bo given- this evening ut thu
Ijnlon Clrlll I'V French Consul Mar
qlios. Tho orchestra from tho cruiser
will bo piesellt.
With Lcis And
Alolas They Start I
The I) it 1 1 c 1 1 ii Calltonilu-Yo and spreading disaster in their path
semlto pirlj Is off for the Coast. fway. Reports have come in-today of
Stx uulils and matrons, chaperoned
by Mrs. R. J, lleggs, weio the -lynn-su
ro of nil c)ph as they gaily fllcd up
tho gangway of the Mntsoii Naviga
tion itcamcr Wllhelmlna to the
pleating strains of the Territorial
band this inori.liig. '
Hundreds of people who had earn
fully followed the popularity contest
Just closed by T h o II u I I e t I u
wore prcrctit at thn Mutton wharf ns
the passcngcrH boarded the big liner.
Tho II u I I c 1 1 n party were tho
recipients of it pleasant ovation ns
they gathered at tho foot of I ho
gangway mid participated In a uni
versal handshaking and shower of
Kach member of the party was
fairly loaded down with Moral 1 1 lit
utes from ndmliliig friend. The
widespread Interest oc-usloued liv
Thn II it 1 1 e 1 1 n's lu'.est contest
proved a magnet that drew scores of
strnngera tu the wharf to wltnesi
their departure, on a tour of the
I'acllic slope that will coyer a period
of elgfit weeks.
T Ii o II u I I e t 1 n party Included
Mrs. C. J. lleggs of Muul, who will
act In the cnpaeliyof ehapeione.
The ladles under her charge aio Miss
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Slates Attitude Before
"I urn opposed lo I'rohlliKlon,' said
Sciret.iry . II. Cnlro of tho Iiepub
Units Terrllnrl.il Connnlltee ns lie tins
departing for Sail PramKco Dili
morning Ii) Hie iYJIIii'linlii-i.
"The Prohlbltloiilsls ntll not ln u
into by in) departure. I urn iigiiluit
sssssssss ' KfK
EVIL AND TIMIDITY"
.... n .
WINNIPEG. Man., July 20. For
est fires are sweemmr the conntrv
the destruction by fire of the towns
of Three Forks, Jeffrey and Baynes
Lake. The forest blaze is completely
beyond the control of the fire fight
ers, and other towns are threatened.
BAPCEL0NA. Spain. July 20.
Aviate. Ehrmann hid the unique and
unpleasant experience toaay of Hav
ing his airship struck by lightnmg
while, he was in flight; He was not
More Russians Take Leave
, At least forty people who hae cijst
the taxpayers of tho Territory of Hu
wail clone upon one hundred dollars
a head took leate of tho Islands this
They proceed to Ban Francisco and
will In all probability bo met at. the
California port by smooth-tongued
labor agents who will give them more
lucratlvo employment with tho big
inilroad, mining or lumber companies
along the Pacific slope.
The departing passengers were Illu
sions. To bring thc3o people hero has
entailed the expenditure of (93.3, ac
cording In latest statistics offered by
tho Immigration Ilureau. This cum
la said does not Include the little In-
(Continued nn Pare 2)
LETTCRS HEED NO POSTAQE,
Attention Called to Free Tranimisslon
of Mall lor President's Widows.
WABHINOTOJ;. July 11. Owing tu
thn fact that letters mailed by Mrs.
Frances F. Cleveland, widow of the
Lite Piesldent Cleveland, have been
charged with postage duo at thu post
ullice to which they wero addressed,
the postmaster-goiicrnl has Issued uu
ordpr culling attention of postmaster
to tho hill passed (it last session of
Congress, whereby Mrs. Cleveland's
letters, as llkewlso those of Mrs.
Mary Ijird Harrison, widow of tho
late President iiarilvan, are entitle 1
tu truimnltsloii fieu of charge.
I'D,, 11 iv, PoUl
Gave Race Facts,
Message Received On July 12thj
Told Of Island Boat
"it wan quite an unnecessary thing
collaborate on n faked cablegram regarding the bccnlmlnr; of tho yacht
Hawaii In the lee of Catallnn Island"
hi ftvVi?$ f tTV ( "e,r'c act a JJQjSst'
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.AtM'-ers-rTrn-,iMir-HWrr-jirjiiio -Ufc'TAiU'M '
5Kmti fivt mits hap Moituou mivic Iwjwj ta
The nboie Is a iiliulogrnlililr rpiiroilurllon of Hip Assorlalcd Press I
rnlilpgnni rrrrhed on Jul)- 12 by llie Tin I let In, telling of Hie becalm,
lug of the llnnnll.
It foiittllulC'i siifllrleuf muwrr loMlie rlianuterlsllr eifurt of Hie Ad-
lertlxer lo show Unit lis" own Meat on
been ndopli'4 b) Hie II u 1 1 e 1 1 tu
MEN WHO WERE PRESENT
TELL OF BECKLEY'S ATTACK ON
THURSTON PROHIBITION PLAN
"The nitlclo whleli was puldlnhed
lu Hie Hiillotlu jibteiilay-lK about
currect and far more conect than the
Deckle) story which appeared In the'cibl Aclil, when asked, further about'
Adtertlser this morning. The stor) tho corrorlnois cf the Dili let In re-'
Is wuy-off." W, C. Athl,
"Tho Diillctln-Ilecklcy story which
was published In jestorday's II u 1 1 e
1 1 n Is substantially currect. What tin'
Adevtrlscr pubtlsheil this mornlnc as
coming from Ilccklcy, Is wrong." A.I
Aehl nnd Knlelopu, who wero pre.4
fill at Aula Park last Monday night
stated posltlcly that Deckle)' did at
taek Thurston ns being Instrumental
In misleading tho llawnllaua In order
to get u "government by commis
sion " They declare that Dcctyey
said that Thurston wns iigllntlng the
prohibition proamnion su Hint tho
llawalluns, who know of Thurston's
attitude In the past, might vote
Plans On Foot To Make
In order that tho Island of Kalio-
olnwo may become of como use and
that It ma) he saved from total ob
literation, which is fast going on, It
will bo set npart us u foioht reserve,
u oto to this effect being passed at
the meeting of the Hoard of Agrl
ciiltme and Forestry this morning.
Kuhuolawe has for many jears
been used us u range, und on ac
count of being overstocked, every
thing edible upon It has been nearly
The Island nt present Is ' under
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t mm 111
for the two alter neon papers louj
ji'lt i:m id ..
Hip iiiaiiiifnrlure of rubles liaieS
against the ThUrelon Woollcy propa
ganda. "I know what I am talking about,"..!
liort of Uecklfy'i speech. "If Heels-,
ley thinks that lie did not mako rej
marks, similar to or something llke.t
thn llulletlu story, then he, did j
not know what he wns talking about;'
I fully believe that I nm better con-
Li mini (illli linn iillnii Ifiiiiriinirn ttiafi
IVIBIIIIW IHS lrilllill IUUfUH)U MiSIt,
Tlrrlflnv ltimcalr fcT 4
"What ho ie atkscit to linvp b.UiI.
uhlrlt titiicarotl tu UiIr mo mint; a Ad
"I urn posltito that Dccklcy dldlcall
down Thurston In hla HeecU nt.AilA
Pnrk Innt MomUv nlclit." cdhtlnUeil
Knlelopu "What lie said subsequent- A
it- la nnllrlr ,lirferent from nhnt hflr.r
...,.,. , u -
said at the meeting. . The Dullottri;
story was right" '
Honolulu May Never Sec I
Ill-luck continual to lollow In thai
ake cl Hie Am'rlcan shl;i William VJJJ
Dibrock, even though Hint vetsel wnsjt
supposed tu have shnken off tho hon-
doo that upparently pursued her fronts
tho tlmo of clearing Port TownBcnd'.i
until her arrival at Honolulu Inst,
The big American ship came llmg-i
me into this port umier n jury r.iy
der, her cargo of lumber budly RhlftJ
ed through rouli hnndllus ly le'mj
pestuous seas nnd her crew vergtnRl
on open mutiny
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