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12 PAOES. HOIIOLULU, TERRIT0R7 OF HAWAII, MONDAY, AUOTJST 1. 1010. 12 PAGES.
PEIOX I CXXTI.
IS IN BALANCE
ii a ;
OUT AND' WISE COMMANDS
ililo Wharf License
Brought Into Open
Governor, Campbell and Thurston Meet
With Opposition t)etails Of License
That Hilo Railway Is After
It Ih expected Hint late tilts nft
ernoon an agieetnent will b signed
l)y Suiierlntandent of Public Works
Mntetou Campbell, with tho approv
!i I mill consent of Oovemor Pi ear,
.ind Hllo Hallioad Company whereby
the company will obtain a franchise
to construct a wharf In lliln harlior
which will cost, In the nelghborhooJ
I.aRt 1'ralday a protest wus mailn
Hllo the granting of tlm frnirllsci
was taken up, AI.TIIOUOII Till:
Ti:il.M8 WUIIK NOT DISCUSSKD IN'
"There Is nothing on'thp quiet
In this mutter," said the superintend
ent "It was aired In Hllo unci fully
illscuiseil at that time, when lepra
sentatlves of the shipping firms were
"At that meeting John Scott of
ngnlrst the granting of this fmii-iWain.ikii plantation nrkeil what the
ctilso !y Messrs. Kenned), l'etilo und poll y of the (lovcrnment was lure
Knbortson, ropiCBCiitlng the liitcr-l- gard Id wharves and landings In
land Steam Navigation Co, Casf'e & the Territory. I replied that the
Cooke mid C. Ilrower & Co., thcie policy was public ownership of every
men contending that tlio franchise whnif mid landlrg In every caso In
was being put ttiiough quietly and the whele Territory I said that I
that the chipping Interests were en- should appeal In the Legislature of
titled to a bearing before the frnn- 1911 for money to construct tho nee
clilio was granted. jeirsary wharves at Hllo. Two will
Attorney C. it. Hemenway was ap- be neeerearv to handle tho traffic,
Kll1tedtoreprel!entthelirmMtrftn'Krfcilc?ir3 'going Bteamors and
and a copy of tho pioposed frnn- the cither for cc'astw lie traffic."
chlse wus presented to him. There In talking of tilt? question of prl
will be n public hearing on the ques-, vnte ownership, the superlnleiiiieut
Hon In the office of the Superintend
ent of Public Wofks this afternoon
nt t o'clock.
When tho Superintendent of I'ub
llc WorkR was asked about tho fran-
rtnted that tho Hllo Railroad want
ed an outlet to the tea and that they
had ninilo n propusllon to construct.
"The total cost of the wharf will
cIiIko this morning he said that the bo about 1300.000," said tho super
matter was first considered In April Intondent "lly the terms of tho
mid that at tho recent meeting In franchise the company nuiBt adver
tire for bids and titvcpt the loweit
one. If they Co hot do that, an.i
routtruct the wharf themselves, tne:i
the llgutr for constructing must bi
approximately that made by the low
est bidder. This condition Is put In
the franchise In order that the gov
ernment may ki.ow what to pay for
the wharf when It Is taken ,ovc,
which can be dune upon six months'
not lie to the rallrcfad company,"
"Is not this an exclusive privilege
to the railroad people?" was asked
"Not exactly. Aii)oue inn lnn-1
there, but uteamers must pay u
Charge of two cents n ton on each
ton burden for each twent-foit
hours lying nt the wharf. Thl
charge Is for vessels of over twent
tons; under that capacity the chame
Ib to ho olio do lar for each twenty
"In addition, there 1 a whnrfage
charge of live cents on each ton
landed or loaded from the whnrf,
except pnssongerc' baggage. Special
rates may bo charged oil machinery
of great bulk or livestock,
"Stoiago charges may be levied on
iillinmhanilLa; Uilch vomnln on
trie' wharf for mora than foitj-clght
hourH, if It la not the fault of the
compnry that It Is not removed In
"There Is a provlclon that If the
Government at any time upon
whnrves of Its own shall make n
higher wharfage churgo than this,
the company ma) Increase to the gov
"The whole construction of the
(Continued on Pace 0
BALL FANS ARE
Increased Room For Gas
Company On Alakea
"& Bcretania Sts.
Tho middle of ths prokput month
Honolulu (Ian Company, I.td, will
movo fio mils present offices In
Young Hulldlug to tho corner of Ala
kea and Ilcretnuhi streets where near
ly tlio whole bottom stoiy of tho largo
building there will be utilized as head
quarters for tho company.
During tho past few months tho
business of the1 company has grown
by leaps and bounds' and now quar
tets are necessary to liaudlu tho In
ci eased business.
In tho now quartets each depart
ment of tho business will havo sopar
uto location and thoro will bo no such
congestion as has ilovolopcd In the
present quarters. Tho departments
will bo fccgiPgated so that It will not
h necobsnry for those In one to pass
through another department to reach
their own part of tho office
I'lmii the stairway on tho Alakea
strcot stclo ofltho building mound to
the bako shop at cxtremo Wnlklkl
end on Hoiutntilu street will bo occu
pied by tho gus company.
Iteiiovatlons aru now going on In
tlm building to prep.no it far tho spe
cial uto of tho gas company and
whero two or moro small renters "oc
cupied places befoto thoro will be
laigo commodious olllccs.
Tlio nuw qimituis will glvo tho com
pany at least ono third more room
than Is now occupied and u special
lighting display will bo Installed on
HiIh comer that will mako It the
brightest "bi ot In Honolulu during tho
If jou havo not jcSt Installed a Na
tional Oath Register and a Ilurrmighs
Adding Machine seo the Wateiliouse
Co, Judd building.
For tho host In wines, liquors and
cigars tiy Pacific Saloon, King and
Niiuanu streets. Hick Sullivan, pro
DR. CRIPPEN WILL NOT
Alleged Rioters To Be
Put On Trial
As an aftermath of tho riot at thu
Athletic l'ark jestonlny iiflernoon
Ihri'o Jnpancho appealed In tho l'o
lieu (.'oui t this morning, mid as their
counsel 0. K. Chllllngworth, was not
ready to proceed with tho case, tho
defendants wcro bound over 111 tho
sum of 30 each to appear on Wed
Tho thrco men were arrested ns a
result of tho bottlo throwing and gen
cial assault caso that took place at
tho I'nrk jesterday. Tho trouble
seems to havo started through n Por
tuguese waving u Chinese Athletic
Hag In tho faco of a Japanese. This
act unmged the subject of the Mi
kado and In a uitnuto it general riot
w;ia In full blast.
Hie Chinese fans had rushed nut
on tho field to congrutulato their
team, and tho Japanese remained In
their enclosure) but stnrtcd to throw
buttles at tlio other fans, Sovoral nar
row escapes were noticed and only
for thu prompt action of tho police
there would havo been serious trou
ble. Tomorrow morning tho matter will
bo nlied In court and a greut number
of witnesses are uxpected to bo called
lu thu case
I'dltor Onodi'iu of tho Honolulu Ja
panese Dally Chronicle, called at tho
Bulletin olllco this morning and
stntod that ho wns not agitating nor
was ho cicatlng disturbance yester
day after tlio baBeball gamo bttvveen
the 'Wubedns and tlio local Chinese
Ho said that ho was trjlng to quiet
down -the excitement vvbon a l'ortu
Two Wagons, Auto, Rapid
Transit Car and Boy
Judge Cooper was coming Into town
this morning lu his automobile, and
when near Kallhl road ho noticed a
wagon on the sldo of tho road. ,A
Japanese wns loading take tubs onto
the wagon, unci us tho Judge wished
to avoid an accident, he turned to thu
right. Just then a Itapld Transit car
huvo In sight and tho Judge seeing It
wns going to bo a clone thing, steered
so as to avoid both tho cur und tho
sake wagon. All would huvo been
well If, ut tho critical moment, an
Ico wagon hud not Joined lu tho mix
lly using tho greatest caro tho Jmlgo
just managed to scrapo past and 1)3
tween tho different Vehicles, but ho
was horrified to boo a Hawaiian boy
drop off the Ilapld Transit car, and
right In front of tho automobile, This
wns the Inst straw and try as ho could
the Judge could not prevent his ma
chine Just hitting tho lad.
The boy wns thrown to tho ground
but the automobile had such llttlo
way on it that no serious Injury was
clono him. The jmingstor got upl
quickly nnd smiled. He was not hurt
at all, and tho Judgo then proceeded!
on his wuy wondering when ho should i
again bo mixed up with u sulio waguu,'
len wagon, Rapid Transit car and u
small bo j. I
SAN DIEQO, Cal., Autr. 1. Bert
Durham, a man recently discharged
from service in the city lire depart
ment, wound up lib career today
with a hoirblc combination of mur.
der and saicide. :
Daham fint tamed in n false ,
htm tl.at called oat the file depart-j
went, i.e iay in amousn. ana as tnc
-pjtir.cs o-icached he shot at the
"nerr.ci rcsmndlnc: to the call, kill-
u tr ore oat right and wounding- two
Bcfoie the oolice could Ret Bur
'iin he ran to his home, where he
(ta:krd his wife and child, beating
I'c-ti to death.
He then finsne4 the horrible
morning- by committing- saicide.
EICHMOND. Va.. Aug. 1. Former
Govcmcr Fvvanson was today an
notate. United States Senator from
Virtrir a to succeed the late Senator
VICTORIA. B. C. Aur. 1. Capt.
Peter Elleston, in command of the
Hovnl Canadian Artillery, stationed
at Esquimau, was shot and killed
today by a gunner named Grant. The
man had recently been punished for
a military ofiense.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aui;. 1.
Lieutenant-Commander Baker of the
navy has been sentenced to a re
duction of fifty-five numbers and rep
rimanded as a result of having been
convicted of uttering- a falsehood.
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TO ACHl IN V
M "PflHfpjil nwc"
ACHl GLAD THAT
BLOW HAS FALLEN
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18.1
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COLUMBUS. 0 Aup. 1. Governor
Harmon has failed in his effort to
settle ihe street car strike in this
city. The riotinp; was renewed today,
mobs attacking- the cars when at
tempts weri made to run them
through the streets.
ODENVER, Col,, Aug. 1. The West
em Federation of Miners again show
ed its confidence in President Moyer
by reelecting him to the leadership
cf the organization.
ASIA FROM COAST
Kroni !?an I'rancUto, with a fow
la) over patbcngors hut no cargo, tho
I'ucltlc Mall iutei mediate steamer
Aslit Is duo to arrive off the quaran
tine at about 4 o'clock this after
noon and will conio alongside Alakea
whnrf before 0.
i) it. ii. ii. cini'i'KN i.i ins m,i. uiri:, iii:m,i: ki.mohi:.
QUEBEC, Aug. 1. Dr. Crippea, tli alleged wife murderer who
was captured on his arrival here yeiler lioni London, was arraigned
in court today on the charge of murder.
Dr. Crippen preserved his self-control. He said that he would not
contest extradition proceedings. Farther hear.ng will be granted on Au
Miss Leneve, Crippen's woman associate, for whom he is supposed
to have killed his wife, is completely prostrated and was unable to ap
tear in court.
gnese camo about, mid, swinging his The vessel Is bringing down n
umbrella In the air. passed ungentle- mainland mall of tin ce hundred or
manly remarks j morn sacks
When ho saw tho action of tho I'or- The vosol will bo given a prompt
tugueso. ho (Onodera) abked the po- dispatch through II Ha:kfeld & Co.
Ilea officer to removo tho disturbing uud will piesiiniubly sail for Jnpun awehukl, McClellan und 'Mnelmka.
Four Precinct . Clubs
Thero was something dong. down
at Wnlpuhu on Satuidhy evening. The
clearing of the political horicon of Its
plebiscite storm cloud lift n clear t!e!d
for the Democratic precinct clubs of
that section to get together nnd hold
u big rally.
It was an outpouring of the "great
Ma) or Joseph J. Fern and I.tnk Mc
Candless led the long list of speakers
who uddresscd u crowd of over thrco
hundred people. The objm t of the
meeting, so It is stated, vus to sort
of solidify tho Democratic sentiment
lu that district of tho Miami Of
coursa before the meeting riiinii to u
close it wiih pietty generally nuclei
ntood that "Link" wax out for the
congressional nomination v hllo "Ills
Honoi" would nut at all be adverse
to again occupying the mnyor.ilt)
chair ut tho "city hall" for niiother
Other speakers who added tiu-lr
mite to the How of oratory nt tho Will
palm meeting were Kaniho, Itjan, He-
Voted This Morning To
Sell Land In Hilo At
At n hurried and special meeting of
tho I-nnd Hoard ut 11 '30 this morning
mi application of the llllo uud Hawaii
Telephono unci Telegraph Coiui'ony
was presented for the purchase it a
lot on the corner of Wutauucnue
street nnd the new struct to Uo built
between that nnd Wullultu street.
'ino application lor fits Ian I was
made by President 17. K. Itlcnurds of
tho company and upon mutloit ol
Member Trent of tho Hoard It was
voted to offer the land ul u public
sale Tho usual advertising of :hls
land will bo omitted by vote; of the
board and the sale will take place in
the near future.
The lot which thu telephone) com
pany wishes to purchase Is X liv I no
leet und Is near tho federal building
site. It will be used for tho erection
of u building as u central olllce ot the
resident of Punchbowl from thu spot ports nnd Hongkong nt 10 o'clock to
Onodeia admitted that ho did shout inoriow moiiilng.
and )dl lor the Wiifcdas; but did so
In order to encourage tho pla)ers Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
from tho laud of tho llUIng Sun. Bulletin Editorial Boom t-Phone 185
Thu first gun nus ilred about T 30
und tho Html salute to principle .11 f
fersonlun was heard by II o'clock.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Monday, Aug. 1,
(1HAVS HAItODOH-Sulled July 31:
Ilk, Ileulcin, for Hllo.
SHATTI.i: Arrived Aug. 1: Trench
cruiser Montcalm, from Hllo,
OAVIOTA BnllcM July 31: S. S.
Itosecraus, for Kuanap.ill, "'
C Aclil. who has beon a mn.nl
ciioiis flgiire. imlltlcally. for many
jears Is diunpid, nnd dumped goocL
and hard. Ills adherent friends. nR
ter talking over tho iiolltlcal slfuatlor?
jestcrday with (heir chief, Achl, askj
ed him to retire from active sorvlcS
In lKilltlcs nnd nllow n moro radical
man to be their loader In the future.
John II. Wire, editor or the rfc-lAi?
Hon, according to some qf tho poll 1 1
cluns.'who claim to have aclLncoi?
the situation, has been undo IcadeR
of tho Fifth. Ho Is a Fourth District
m i. but thoso who are llvng In th'rij
1 1Mb claim that they nro iuatlflod In'
selecting. Wise to bo their polltlrat!
lender In the coming campaign. ?
The reason why tho former Achl
men dcimcd their leader, according
to Homo of them, Is becnuso Achl Is
too conservative. They wanted to
huvo b loader who Is radical and they
accordingly selected Wise. Ho Is a
radical man, and has been known'os
such for somo time. M
Wise, who wag made one of thS
political workers by the Republican!
loaders since the prohibition cam
paign, ir already lu harness. Ho hall
presented his plans to his superiors?
who. It Is said, havo n great deal of
confidence In Wlso's plans. fl
While Achi's namo has been placed
on tho retired list, It Is still claimed
that technically he will bo the coun
sellor nnd ndvlser of tho political
army of tho Fifth, This claim Is
laughed at by Achl "
"I mil glad that I am relieved ot
Iiolltlcal botheration." said Achl this
morning, when seen on tho subject?
"It Is true that I have been toocpn
scrvntlvo In the past, and ouTtbat
account n number of my porsoual
friends havo suffered. S
"Yesterday somo of my friends ask
ed mo to taken moro radical ludtlii
live, ro far ns politics Is conccrnectjln
tho future, but I declined to iloTso
They believed that I hnvo been too'
conservative In tho past and thatby
being moro radical In tho future, they,
might be benefitted by It, polltlosflly:
"I told them right thero and tbtbril
that t was not, and havo not boon
anxious to get a position In thogbv
eminent service. They then suggitt-.
ed Wlso's name, and I told themto
ut, v, nut iiii-j iuouiii uvbi iur iuuir
"This ended tho conferencoy and
wise was selected to lean incinitn
at tho coming campaign." Ii ,
With Wlso ns a leader of tho Fifth.'
It Is doubtful whether tho old war
horses, will be seen In the coming
campaign. Wiso, It Is reported,, Is j
backed up by Andrews nnd tlio' Ho
With tho retirement of Achl from'
the fiold. It is problematical whether
Char'cs Hustaco Jr.; who Is a candi
date for mayoralty, w(ll receive thoj
support of the former Achltcs. WisoJ
when asked this morning about" tho,
raudldntes for ma)or, would not com-'
mlt himself to nuy particular candi
date. He would not say anything.
other than re-mark that ho was roa-
dy to perform the duties ot his offices
to the best of his ability
Down In Knllhl Camp, It Is saM.S
that Jack l.ucas" chances aro veryl
irlght. Y &
Nagran Fernandez, as usual, uj
watching the Interests of John l.ano.
Personally he does not want to spen'
much of his tlmo In politics. ''lit
would rather attend to "til prlv
J. C, Cohen, whoso name has beeiv
hanging over tho horlion for sohatoj
rial honors was once, moro spokej?
of this morning by tho votcrtrlnjt
Fifth. Thoy would IKe toKnow,
thcr ho dcsros lo cot thelrjaupport1