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Wt ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 407.
Board Of Trade
Hearing Was Held Now
HILO, Hawaii, Aug. 3. A wireless
has been sent to the Governor object
ing to his signing the wharf license
until Hilo has had a' chance to be
heard. A meeting has been called for
Tho foregoing wIicIchb was reci'lv
cil this morning, und w,ih the flixt
Information teceived 111 Honolulu o'
tlio fact that the business Interests
of IIIIo aro prepared to oppose the
granting of the 1 1 In wharf license tu
the IIIIo Riillrond Company without
havli:K a full henrlng and consldora
tlon of the question hy the liueliic.ii
Interests of IIIIo, and In face of thi
declaration by (lovoinor Frear that
the wharf Mcouve had hocn vonsldur
ed hy the people of IIIIo at the inee!
Ihk lit'ld hy Mnjor Wlustow nt 1111a
on the luiiliur IIii'h.
When listed for the text of th
wlrele protest from Hllo'Oovcmur
Fiuar gave" ft to a lupresentntlvo of
'""'the II ti 1 I e 1 1 u this morning. 1'.
lends as follows-
Hilo, August 3, 1910.
Governor Ficar, Honolulu,
Wharf propos.tion not discussed
Winslow publio meeting. Held li
cense until Hilo business interests
Cabinet Member Of Japan
And Mayor Ozaki
Ills KxcelUncy K. Oura, Minister
of Coniniureu and Ai;rlculliiro of tho
Imperial (loveiumcnt of Japan, will
v lo 11 visitor In Honolulu within tho
next few days, Accoidiug to tho lat
est ri'isirt received hero, ho will- ar
rive fioiu Han Francisco on tho
xteniuship Tcuyo Mam, on thu morn
ing of August 'il.
Minister Oura, who has been visit
ing In London, wheio ho was present
at the opening ceremony of thu Kng-llsh-Japaueso
exhibition, Is returning
to Ills homo In Toklo, where ho will
mako his official report to Ills Ma
jesty tho i:mpcior of Japan.
Oura Is a noted politician and
slutcsmnn. Ho Is popular and Is look-
d upon by tho Japanese farmers 11s
cino of thu most progressive' members
of tho cabinet. 'Ills administration of
n fin Irs throughout tho Cm pi re, re
gardlng tho development of thu lands
has won lor him the confidence of tho
Whllu In England, Oura visited at
most nit tho farming districts In tho
laud. Ho was a guest of tho Minis
ter of Agrlcultiiro there. Ho Is now
lslilng In tho United States and will
take tho liner Tonyo Mum at San
Asldo from Mln'lster Oura, It Is ex
pected by thu local Japancbo thut
Ills Honor Y. Oznkl, mayor of tho
city of Toklo. the capital of Jupan,
will also como to Honolulu, prepar
atory to proceeding to tho United
States. The dalo of his nrrlval hero
Is not known yet; but It Is expected
that lie will arrlvo on the next Htcam
or from tho Orient. While In Hono
lulu Mayor Ozakl will bo entertained
hy Mayor Fern and Consul (lencral
Uyeno. Mrs. Ozakl Is an American.
II. Olsen, who robbed a friend of
f 10. was given 0110 year's Jail this
morning by Judgo Andrade. Tho of
fenso took place nt Kwn and tho mo
ney wns taken from a trunk In tho
have a hearing. Publio meeting will
oe (ailed Au trust sixth.
t.T?iesiuer.t, Board of Trade. !
Thin inesfcage. received nt 1 1 : mo
t t ......... I .. . . a t. .. a il. i .
mm iiiununK. hiiuwH in;u mw imhijhu
01 111 o want Bumi-iiiiiiKjo aj an to
the (ond'tlonH under wiiieh thu pro-
poed wharf nro to lie Imlit, and that
Ihey want wnue way of getting iimr-
clianillt'o on or off steamers outaldc
thu means furnished hy the IIIIo It.ill
ioiui company. i
President Illi hards or the lUaid n
Trade was In Honolulu last Mondav,
when the story of the franchise was
given to the puhllc hy the Hull e
t I n, and he returned to Hilo )ej
Ah toon as he arrived home lw
must have had n consultation with
the liutlneES luteiests In regartl t.
the whnrf Mutter and the mrs.agn
sent lo (lovernoi- Krear this morning
if a result of this action on liU
The (lovornor said this tnorniui;
that ho would give the hearing re
quested In the message of Mr. Itluh
ards hefuin he signed tho llceiiKe for
the IIIIo Halltoad Company to con
struct (be whnrf.
Nearly Three Hundred
"As chalrnian of tho special com
mittee appointed to draft u new build
ing ordinance for tho City anil Coun
ty of Honolulu, 1 can report prog-
less," declared Supervisor McClellan
last ovonlng when called upon ut the
tegular meeting of tho board and
usked ns to what had been accom
plished towards framing up new and
bettor luws gocrnlng tho erection of
buildings within tho City nnd Coun
ty. Engineer (luy (lero has tho build
ing ordinances of llftcen mainland
towns anil cities beforo lilm lij his
work of tanking 11 rough draft of the
law that will bo submitted to thu
Supervisors for their consideration.
Thu supervisorial commltteo do
clnro that tho drawing up of tho pro
visions of n building ordlnnnco Is no
child's play. There tiro nearly thrfe
sections Incorporated In the
mensuro now In the hands ofl
tho committee and tho city en -
glneor. A hundred or tnoro pages
of closo typo-wrltten copy must bo
gone ovor In 11 enreful manner.
801110 weeks ago tho bourd appro-
printed two hundred dollars, with
which to ongage export talent In the I
oidlnnncc. It Is now tho present In-!
tention of tho committee to submit
tho result of their labors to tho local'.
association of Master lluilderB. It UibullilliiB to he classed ns 11 tenement
presumed that considerable discussion ,mlat COnlaln at least four rooms
will follow tho consideration of tho wlmrnln three families dwell.
Tho application 11ml bond from the
rollowlng plumber of the city of Ho-, lfylK ns n pilot for tho International
nolulu hnvo been found to bo In prop-', balloon race to bo hold hero In Oct
er form and It Is recommended that ober, today mado 19 miles iu 2.1 niln
llconses bo grunted thorn: 3nng'tes with tho balloon Missouri. Ho
Yuen Kee, John Nott, IM, II, Uath, U,' started from hern at 3 o'clock this nf
Shlnasawo, W. O. Let, Charles It. I'll- teinooii and experienced n rough lund
nr, a. K. Akl, K. Oku. lag ut Colllnsvllle, III.
DES MOINES. Iowa. Aug. 3 In-
fulgent Kepublicans are in complete
control of the Republican State con-
vcntion xnai onxnea us session nerc
United States Senator Cammins
his been tele ted as temporary chair-'
man, and Senator Dolliver w.ll be
1 A 1 a. -1 f T .1 '
eiccica as pcnnancni cnauman. uoii
. m .
aver must reeK reelection trom tue
Lcgislatuie to be elected this fall,
and a hard fight will be made against
WHAT 15 A
Building To Grace King
A cheaply constructed frame build
ing Hint Is scon to grace the aristo
cratic neighborhood at the turner of
King 11 ml Knplohinl ttreets will be
tho property of Mm. .Mary I.ee, ac
cording tu the application for n build
ing permit' that has been Issued by
Building anil Plumbing Inspector
The. property In question, situated
opposite Thumtts Square Is owned hy
J. Allied Miigoou. It appears that
he has leased thu small lot to Mrs
I.ee mid that her money will coveV
the cost of erecting a two-story build
lug, 30 by at! feet, thereon.
The plans mil for 11 structure cost
lug SI. 'On. Thu City Mill Company
lias the eonti.ut and Is icady to com
mi-nee work on the construction
using ttiugue-auil-giooe Northwest
lumber, the simo to bo surmounted
by 11 gahnnlzPd Iron Kiof.
The election of such n structure nt
tills point has lulseil 11 Miusldernblo
sioim 01 pruicsi. 1 lie limill-r nun
brought up hefmc the city and coun
ty board- of mpervlsors at the legit-
1 lite i.w.fillfii- linlil Inul lilirht Kmipr-
vl8or mcCo Ian wanted to know If
mere wu any way by which inc erec
tion of such a building could bo
piaented. Clt) Attorney Mllvurton
gave as his lufurmnl opinion thut so
long us the structure lumplied with
the existing regulations and It could
bo shown that It wns not Intended
to be used as a tenement house, noth
ing could ho done.
The plans call for two stories, tho
unpor lloor being divided Into six
1 ruouir, t-acu ueing iu uy iu i-ui, wuu
t , ., a ,... n ... rt..
I room has been designated as a "par
lor," tho other live recorded on the
UneelMrntlmis 118 "bedrooms." SaVC
, ollo 6tUnce, tho rooms arc not
connecting, and liavo hut ono means
0f Ingiess and egress.
The building, It Is stated, will be
j provided with the regulation plumb-
Ing and sanitary devkes.
. The lower floor k declared to ho
Illttod up for bublness purposes. There
aro thrco storerooniB, one IS by 1
rmr nnoinnr 111 n- in ict-i. nun 11
third 12 by l!l feet. Tho remainder
of tho room on the ground lloor will
bo occupied by clotcts and sinks, etc.
According to Btutemouts from tun
ntti- mill rvmntv Attorney's olnce. II
St. I-oul8, July 21. Andrew Drnw,
n local newspaper writer, who Is iiml-
Judd Finds Probable Cause
Of Forgery Against
charged with rigei I'nltc.i Slate
""iinisiiuneii junu uumy lounu pro-
. enure against . w. ranersoinsan i'edro,
"ll(1 '""'"I ' vci I" V IwiuH
'" "' October icim of tin- lVdem
1 tlt tinV Mf I il i liiPuiitt'u m kit t nnt I mi
,MV " .-. ... vMiiv.ttwu
Iidlli ., ..I,... It f. tltlil I .....II....
with a clink for $28.70 Issued hv
.Marshal H.'iidry to one fir-urge Har- The James Itolpli Is a foiir-nmdeil
i mi'l f.islu'.l hy I'atlerMin for I schooner, hullt In 18!i!t, and owned
O-oigu Garcia Is Int resting, ami la! by Hind. Kolph & Co. She Ralieil
. w:ia imllcatlvo ol carelessness. jfm nn n j,im, , 1910, with C
I I'nieraon Is msslslnui postmaster cargo of sugar. She Is reported to
jnnd hookkcupcr in llamakuip-iko,in,. K,iu,t trom San Francisco yes
1 Mnitl. and tho check was hrouglit him terday. under Captain Olsen. with a
liy (lar.'la to ho cashed. The ch-ck
tt'flu fllll II llmiu.i fltial l.ilfnv.i Itirt L .1,1 .
I it tin iti- tt nuvnn nr i iwmi 1 11 v 1 .-
irni urntiii Jury
! ityiurllni? mnttiv
lint as Circli was
fiom 11 Portuguese
b uevolent society of Honolulu, nnd
n3 ho cannot r'n.l or write either Eng
llrh or rortugiicsc l.e thought this
check came fiom the society.
Afterward tho other check did or-
rli.,M(itl h..n Iim eA.-li-.Mt 11 !.. tltnV
tin. money ho had icrelved from I'at-
lersou ojck lino ioui 111111 uuu inu
cheek formerly reccUeil couldn't bo
for him. Accoiilhig to tho testimony
of (iarcla an the stand this morning
nnd also that of Antouu Lopez who
wan with him ut the time I'.ittcrtou
took tho money for tho check and
kept thu check also.
He nfterwnrd turned this check In
to the company ns cash, nnd then
when l'o recoiled at letter from Mar
shal Ilomlry Inter he nnswered under
(Into of Diccinbi-r 16 thnt ho had
found out tho check did not belong i fnm the bench. The men were ad
to (larcln and he had forwarded the, judged P.uilty of contempt and given
(Continued on Page 2)
Ono of tho most notable pnsFengein
on board tho l.urllne ns the Bteamo
Into tho harbor this morning wua
that uiuch-wuiited Individual Tin
Soon, who a couple of months ago
broke away fiom the prison gang and
skipped for the Coiut after forgitw
nders on several linns fur hales of
sugar bags which he sild nt fai lew
than their value.
Tho man put up a great blulT In
San FraTiclsio. nml almost convinced
the authorities that ho wns not thi
wanted man. An old ,let.Hv.. how.
over, examined lilm tlinrouulilr. ainli'lefundaiits, had tho chargo ngnlnst
us tho vaccination marks mi the nrls
oner exactly coricsponded with tliOBe
described by High Sheriff Henry, the
man was held till tho nrilvnl of Hilly
Woods, who was rent fiom Honolulu
to Idontfy TJn Soon.
Tho prisoner gave up tho blurf
when confronted by Woods, nnd ud-
inltted thut ho was the desired man.
On the voyage down Tilt Soon gave
no tumble, and he did not seem to
worry much iibout his tutu. High
Sheriff Henry Is delighted to see Tin
again, and although tho-outh has a
ono-jear rentence to sorve In the
county prison, he will remain In the
Territorial Jail for u long time to
come, us lie has 11 sentence thnt mav
stictch to tun yeais on thnt side.
The probabilities are that Tin
Soon, who Is u confirmed criminal,
will hnvo to servo many jours more
THK 0CK,N1C Steamship Sierra Is
fust becoming popular wllh the tra
veling public according to tho advanc
ed bookings reported by I,, 'F. Cock-
lott, general passenger nnd ticket
agent for tho Oceanic l.lno with
head'iuiirteis at San Finuclsco, Mr
Cockroft has notified lb- local promo
tion commltteo that tho Slcrin cabin
accommodation!) for her .voyage
August 20th und Septembor 10th nro
largely taken up hy Intending tour-
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 3. The
schooner James Rolph, bound from
this port to Hana, Maui, with a full
general cargo, went ashoie on Fo:nt
fifteen miles south of
The shin piled on the rocks in the
'foe and will be a total loss. No lives
were icsi. i
general crtrgo for liana. The schoon-
er Is 109 feet over all. beam 37 feet
nnd depth t'J feet. Her register Is.
Oross. TiSfl; net, ."17; capacity, 1180
The schooner has been making
tilps between Iluiia nnd the Coast
for 11 number of months.
SENT TO JAIL
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug-. 3. Three
attorneys of Patrick Calhoun were
sentenced to five days in jail today
for .contempt of court.
Attorneys A. A. Moore, Stanley
Mcorc and J. J. Barrett appeared in
court in the Calhoun case, and in the
course of argument charged that
Judge Lawler was doing politics
a jail icMcnce.
BALL FANS ARE
r . ,i -pi tf np
uuuic imuwcis iidYc iu
Pay Big Pile For
I'M lee Japalieiu who were arrested
. t Smul al , Al,ec ,,,
, . , ....
""leers, appeared In court this
" '"B- "" "va ,r'"11" "."l,71
' Chllllngworlh. Una, one of tho
him reduced to common assault nnd
lhattery and, on pleading guilty, was
lined $10 nnd costs. He wits tho man
who struck Special Otllccr Olson on
the fuco with his list. Tho fact that
Ulxoit was In plain clothes, and that
no weapon was used, Induced tho
jlge ,0 ,lno (ll0 nmn uBlt!y.
, ., v..mn.i,. niu,io,i .-..niv .. ..
- - ,.......-. n i
clutrgo of assaulting I'ollce Officer
Sponcer with 11 bottle, und was lined
J 1 00 nnd costs. The bottle was thrown
hy Yiiumda und struck Spencer Iu the
Thn third mun, Sultu, who was al
leged to have thrown 11 bottle ut De
tective Kellctt, pleaded not guilty to
the charge, but will found guilty nnd
lined SIOO nnd costs. Chllllngwo'rth
noted an appeal In thu cases In view
of getting a mitigation of the Hues.
Tho trouble arose after thu base
ball ganio between tho C. A. Cs. and
tho Wusedas last Sunday afternoon
and the prompt action of tho police Is
thought to haiu pieiented much more
Itobeit O. Abel was burned to
death nnd Frederick Abel, his broth
er, and Hairy Jessom were burned
nrd bruised when an aiitnmobtlo In
which tho were riding rnu lulu n
ditch and was capsized and burned
in St. I.ouls county, Mo.
u - s - Nayy May
Report That Officials Want To
Close Pearl Harbor To
It Is persistently rumored thnt except Fnlted States government ves-
plans are on foot to close I'earl Hnr-JHols from entering Its waters,
bor to i very thing but niiviil vessels, j As to whether this movement Is
Governor Frear, In response to n ono started by naial otllclnls them
questlon today If ho had nny know)- j selves or by Chilian residents hero
edgo or a moiement or (his kind elth-lcaii not bo learned todny, but the
er hero or In Washington, replied j rumor that such uctlon I cimtemplat
promptly thnt ho had not. led, if not already under wny, Is per
il Is understood that the move- jslstent
ment hns been Inaugiirnled hero to l'carl Harbor closed to the publio
Influence the navy department to would bo u most extraordinary sltua
make l'carl Harbor wholly a naval I Hon and seems Inmnssllil,. i,. nrmmii.
reservation and to prohibit any craft '
SETS AT KAAAWA1
The Stars And Stripes
sunilse flag of Dill Nippon
went down before the stars and
stripes of t'liclo Sam over at Knaawa
sclioolhouse tho other day and,
strnngo to say, tho war Jingoes of
both the United States and Japan
have yet to be heard from.
Seve -I members of thoclty nnd
icnti'i supervisors boarded Jim
Qui ns big I'irknrd and miide .1
ten. ..1 Hie city and county. In tho
cciut-e of their tinvcls they paid u
visit to a number of buildings thut
have received attention ut the hands
or the L.irpenters mid repairers mid
found eveiythlug to their liking.
As tho supervisorial patty up
pn.aihed the Kiuiawn school build
lug the tight of u Jnpalieso banner
proudly waving from the flagstaff
greeted the county solons.
Sam K. Knhelo Is the one lono
teacher who dining tho school term
trains tho youthful mind nt Knaawa
how tu shoot aright. He was sent
fur and asked to account for thu
presence of a Japanese flag tljlns
from the llaggtnfT of an Amcrl-aii
"Sam" declared that he had no
other banner to display. Tho Nip
ponese einli'ein was ordeied lowered,
and Qulun, l.ogan nnd others ho-
....I ...I .1 l I ... , .!.
'" riii-ivr ..mi ..;... rim.. ...e
icacner (inn 1111111 tuey sent nun a
more lilting (lug, he must refrain
from any display of hunting from
the school flagpole.
Qulun suggested 'that the Irish flag
he unfurled ponding the acquirement
of 1111 Amoil'iiu b inner. In fact, tho
supeivlror wns perfectly willing to
compromise and s-icrlflco his emerald
lined vest ut the altar of patriotism
A vision of a portion of QuUm's
wnidiubu fluttering fiom thu Kunnwn
vchool masthead was sufficient to
spur the school lonmilttce, tu concen
trated action, and the city purchas
ing agent will ho authorized to so.
cine an American Hag, nnd It will
foon gieet the eye of the resident
scholar and visitor to Knaawa school
district. Tho supervisors hcllevo con
gratulations nro In order that Inter
national complications did not fol
low the transposition of national
DANCE W. YOUNG
ir the transport Logan gets la this
uftoruonii and remains over night
(hero will bo a dance given on tho
Hoof (larden of tho Alexander Young
Hotel by tho management In honor
of tho visiting officers and ladles,
Army nnd Navy folk and tho towns,
lolk nro Invlled.
Appears In Court
For Third '
SI. C. King was this morning
chniged at the police court with hav
ing operated nil automobile In a heed
lets fashion Inst Saturday. Ilu
pk-adej not guilty, and was defend
ed b Leon SI. Strauss. The defense
tried tu prove that the steering gear
of thu machine was out of order and
thnt that was the reason that It tried
first to hit the police station and then
waltzed across to tho Yokohnma llnnk.
from when' It shied Into the oppo
site i.lde again.
Judge Andrade found King guilty
ns .Iniged. but stated that there
evidently wns no high speed Stilt,
there was heedless driving, nnd tin
wished tu warn other itutotsts that..,
U any of theiii appeared before htm
lliree times und were convicted, that
their lli-eme to drlie would bo can
celed. King has now three convictions t
against mm, nut tho last one wan
under ihu Territorial law and not tho '
county ordinaire. I'nder tho Terri
torial law the Judge has 110 power tu
cancel a licence. A Hue of 10 and va
costs was Imposed In thu case and
thu amount was at once paid.
Yesterday afternoon at fj o'clook a
t'hlnefo named Ah Tow met with an
u cldeut through his horse shying at
111. automobile. It appears that Ah
Tow wns driving down the hill nt
Hustings road, Slnuoa, when an auto
Tho horse In the Chinaman's wag
on bet.tme. restlvo and Dually turned
nroulid suddenly, capsizing thu vehi
cle The di Ivor wns thrown out and
sustained some bruises and scratches.
Ilu was tukuii to thu Queen's Hospi
tal for treatment and Is not thought
10 he In uuy danger.
According to an opinion that has
lit en handed down by Deputy City
und County Attorney Slllvorton, thu
Hoard or Supervisors has 110 power
to borrow Jlino from the Wntcrhouso
Trust Company, In order to pay for -work
of building 2000 reel of road In
I'ulolo Valley. Mlherton advised tho
hoard to call for tenders and award
tho contract In thu regular way.
CI.F.VIXANI). 0., July 21. Two i
score freight cars with their contents.!
mm inu mg 1-uur ireigni irnnsier
hous nt l.ynudale, n suburb of Cleve
land, were burned tonight ut a loss