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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4091.
10 TAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1010. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
McALESTER, Okla.. Aur. S. At
the hcar.iiK today before the Con
gressional committee of investigation
into the Gore bribery charges, Jacob
Hammon, who has been accused by
Senator Gore, declared upon the wit
ness stand that Congressman Creager
cr Ukiancma had attempted to ob
tain money from McMuiray, who wai
loans, after Creager had introduced
in Congress the bill providing for the
endeavoring to secure contiol of the
Indian lands, under the guise of
sale of the Indian lands.
WASHINGTON, D, C. Antf. 8.
During its tr.nl trip today the bat
tleship Delaware averaged a sDced of
twenty-one and a half knots per hour
under cr:ed draught, for four hours,
and a nominal speed of nineteen
knots, for twentv-four hours.
IS IN TRUST
Deed Conveying It To
Secure Payment Of
To tecinc the payment for an Issue
or bonds ot$13''.0') by tho llawal
Ian Trust Company, a deed of trust
has been given by .1. It. lluymond
und l'hocbe lluymond convoying Itaj
mond Hatich, In Hiding all proport),
leal, pcibonal and lulled, to the Flist
National Dank of Walluku.
J. II. Raymond, ,T. .M. Dnwsctt and
C. U. I.ufkln hnvo been named ns a
board or trustees to conduct the bus
Inehs ot the ranch, nnd tho First Na
tional yank ot Walluku has been ap
pointed general agent.
The terms or tho agreement nre
that tho lnnk In Its capacity ns agent
shall purchase- all livestock and per
sonal proerty needed for tho con
duct of the rnnt-h; shall mako all
rales of livestock from the inncli,
nnd shall make all collections and
disbursements n connection with tho
For this service the bank Is to re
vive the sum of $100 monthly, pro
vided that whenever tho gross ronti
nnd Income from the ranch amount
t,i more than $40,000 annually, twi
nud one-hair per cent, or all In addi
tion to this amount Bhall ho paid the
Thovdeed of trust was mado on Au
gust 1 and filed today.
A OAT R.U
Two Hundred Mght I'ronlorn Ragged
In Xe York,
New York, July 23. Yowling, slut
ting, scratching; and biting, 200 cats
were cornoied, ono by one, last nlgat
In the old Washington market and
dumped Into bnsltets to bo disposed of
Inter by the Society for tho Preven
tion ot Cruelty to Animals.
Agents or tho society, policemen,
watchmen, butchers, llsli mongers,
greengrocers nnd nil tho little world
ot the, muiket Joined in u midnight
bunt thut ror activity ami noise out
Old anything over chronicled rrom Af
For vears tho cntH nt first wcro en
counted to keep down the rats, and
hav.i run wild Hnd Increused in gar
rets and suhcellurs until they became
nt bisL an Intolerable nest. Tho tnur
Lot M now in process of renovation.
Republican Territorial Central
Committee Issues Regular
Al li meeting or tlic HcpiibJIcau Hipubllcuti picclnct eliiln to make
Tcrtltuil.il Central Cuminltteo thW noiiilnatlutis for delegates tti the Tor
noon, tliu apportionment of coiivon- rltotlul end louut) ton entloiiH niu!
lion delegates was approved mid no.' dlztih-t conventions, tlie time of
tlru of precinct nominations Issued. I tiuetlng or the precinct clubs In set
The official aiinitluniiieiitaf tho! ror Friday. August 28.
proelnct delegates shows that th The notice provide that In ac
Tcrrltotlul convention will consist ufUordnn o with the mles of the Ho
one huudted and thirty delegates, 'publican party the nominations shut
.The Fifth Ropieicututlve District, he filed with the chairman or th"
Hawaii, will have seventeen Terrl- meeting and that the parsons no iiom
torlal delogutes and llfly-llvo county Inated will he voted upon at tin
and dlstilct. The second district un primaries on Stptcinhor .1.
Hawaii will have eleven and tliltty The Territorial convention wl'l
lluee. respectively Convene In Honolulu, September ".
On .Maul, the third district will to nominate a candidate for Dolcgntr
have thlrty-ono 'lenltorlal and one to Congress and elect n new Terrl
bundled and ten omit and district, torlal Central Committee.
The fourth dlstri-l of Oahu wll!
have thirty three and olio hundred
and thirty three; and the llfth dls
t.let, twcntv-slx and elghl -six.
On Knuiti tho olllclal apportion
ment of, convention delegates U
twelve Territorial and sixty-three
In tho notification Issued to the
S.S. Mongolia Will Bring
Many On Next
The I'acinc Mall steamer Mongolia
will urrhont Honolulu thieo days be-"K " lll m-'Itui ". "
hind her regular udvertlscd schedule i f'lpus proieedlngs wore on In the
but the vessel Is to bring u party oficme of Su Yen Honn, who is being
epresentntlve Ameilcatu Included
among her passengers destined to thojclnlms that ho was horn In Hawaii
Tho Mongolia Is leaving Ban Fran-1
clscu on Friday, according to Into ad
vices received through tho agency of
II. Hackfeld & Co. This will bring
the lino l'atlllc Mall liner Into Hono
lulu on Thursday morning ot tho fol
This Is tho vessel that Is scheduled
to transport n party of business and
protesslonal men und nlso u sprink
ling of tourists for n round trip to
Japun nnd China. The party will
number nt least ono hundred If tho
announcement now on file ut tho olllco
ot the I'romotlou Committee can bo
counted upon ns authentic.
Special attention will be given to-
w-aids extending a fitting welcomo to
tho members or tho party during their
brief stay at Honolulu.
Thcie Is u drlo to tho Full ror
those who deslie to visit the famoiiu
scenic spot. The museum and tho
nquaiiuin will come In for an In
spectlnn. Tho party will bo sorved
u lunch nt Wulklkl and It Is possible
that the vessel will be dispatched for
Japan along about S o'clock on the af
ternoon of August 18th.
Thu excursion party Is duo to re
turn to I-os Angeles by tho middle ot
October, having visited practically all
points, ot intcrcsj: throughout Japan
The delay In tho departuro ot the
Mongolia will, It is said, not Incon
venience tho party ot tourists In tho
least. This vessel met with an acci
dent while near Yokohama und went
ashore causing an unavoidable deten
tion there nt six days. This caused un
alteration of the regular schedule.
Agitation has been started toward
making Yokohama a fieo port, sim
ilar to Hongkong, uccoiding to ml
vices brought to Victoria, 11. C , by
the steamer Stuner'c.
Wind checks wore glon out at tho
St. 1-onlrt aviation meet. Happy
thought. Why could Hicy not ho utll
UoH also for political speeches uud
'I'tUu lights? I loustou Cl.ronlclo.
I'tesent nt tho meeting today were
A. I.. C Atkinson, ixirrln Audiews,
John WaterliotiRO, Hurry vou Holt,
Ftcd Miicfarlano and J. C l.ntie. Tho
meeting, according to Atkinson, was
quiet, thercHnIng iinthlnff sard uboul
the probable candidates for various
offices under the Territory and In the
litft of the count.
Honn ClaimsThat He Was
Born In Iwilci But
Resided In China
. "-""""K1- '""'' ""
held by Immigration authorities an J
Honn In his complaint claims that
he was born In Iwllcl, November
1880, nud that ho went to China In
18S7. residing there until this 5 ear.
His father died In Honolulu two
jours ago und his mother In Chlni
ten )ears ugo.
It wus in MnV of this )ear thai
Honn left China nud he arrived hcie
June 10, sitro which time he has
been held nt the Immigration station.
Castle & Wlthliigton appeared for
tho Chinese. Ten dnjs were given
by tho court for the answer to be
Tho opening day of tho week was!"" " ". 1, " Z7.: """ . ' : .L
fairly good on tho stock oxchango nl -
though tho sales wcio of but two
stockB and In small lots.
Ten Kwn ut 3a CO und ninety Ilo
Hon. II. & SI. ranging rrom 21.75 to
2I.&7.1 filled out the business-done.
notwecn boards Haiku inovpd n
block of SO shnres at 150, nnd Haw.'
C & S. showed up 175 shares ut 40.Sn.
, Afraid lo t
entur., frnrii 1.1 homo
without un mined
guard and with
nil his valuables hidden In anfa tie -
posit vuuii, jiicuii .mono hi i.ii-.-
lyn. N. ., is living in rear ot a ms-
tetlous agency. He tfcelvcd a letter
u few mouths ago demanding iooimi
under penalty of death.
At n meeting ot the Tiudes1 and
Wo,kerf AssoCatlm, in Rattle Creek
C. W. I'ost nnnouired that ho would
deed to tho organization a snnnto-
Hum building thoro which cost ItOO.-
000. This. Is to bo used us a humo
tor widows nud orphans or memhcia
of the asboclattun,
Poachers May Gather
Many Wings. At
tchccnci Concord May Make Another
liv to Ouano ltland Kevenne
ii. ..c Coiuideted lea Slow to
Catch Japanese Schooner,
'I he Japanesii who weio left nt
l.ajran Isuiiid lets thuii two week
.go will have ample time lo mal.r-u
Ig k.illng ot hlrdx, prepare the
ihiiis and p.unutgo for shipment, and
.in II away before the t'nlted States
leteuue cutter Thetis or any other
vessel cuiild reath the lnnel) mid-Fa
elite Island and apprehend thuui or
overhaul th'elr cruft.
A local Japanese cfflclal has given
oijtssbJs.liJlU'UbnUth, uieKontl ot
one or more .laojnete Bc-hocneis in
the vicinity or l.iysan should pro cud
nothing or a perious nature. It I
claimed that the vessels tent out
from .In pa n euch season for u cruise
thioiigh the l'acl tlu are mainly In
eai h cf sjjark Una. At this time
of thu jear It U contended that they
usually call at seme or the smaller
Islands with the hope ot he tiring a
limited supply or wnter.
This story might c very well wore
It not tor thu fact that the schooiier
mei with by the officers of tho Con
cord carried about half a dozen nfll
cers und twenty n.e men. Il woiiio
teem rather unusual for such u large
company to be found aboard u small
EChconcr whoso out) mission for
learning the teas was tho pursuit nt
the tnnn-etitlng shark nud serin In?
his maiketable tins uud bones.
"When a vessel snial'er than tho
little Concord Is found near an out
lying blid Island, rarrjlng a ctew of
between twent)-He and thirty men
It tomes neur belrg a Bafo bet that
tho vessel has been sent on a poach
ing. expedition," stated an oldtlme
sea skipper this morning.
ffiontintied n Paise 2 1
Suspicious Case Takes;
Sheriff And Chief
Word has been rccched from Wnla
luu to the effect that one ot the litis-
..!... t ..(.,.- Linnlni ml m t tut l 1l ttl
, crclllnltlincw. ,t ,,, that the
,md ,, , ,lt.ulnBg wU, the
il ,l,.rii,iunl nme months iirn.
uml t1lt ho ,vag conseuuenco in bad
jor wltll B0I11H uf tll0 ,.tutors, who
liavu been from time to time contpleti-
ous In Russlun circles,
As nOon us word wns received by
the Sheriff, be and Chief or Detective
I SIcDulllo started off ror Wnlulun, and
tho two w 111 luvestlg.le tua wii .'a ctr
citmstunces surrounding the death or
, Tic nwu -wag (1 1)trfopt leuUh p
,, su,llriiy linii then a atraner vis
c(, ,,,, lU lhe tUIIBim camp on tin
plantation.! Soon ntter tho stranger
j,.,, for Honolulu and the laboier wu
i tukeii III He died u tew hour urter-
I winds, and the clrcuiiiHtanees w-i
r! tllllt -Munaser (loodale telephoned
- , S'.,,, "JS
11() lh( c(He
1)cl)my Sicrrf Cox, or Wnlulun, Is
i0(lKUB nto tho matter alsi uu 1 be
wm Be ,0 t tuat sheriff Jiirrttt nnd
chlor McDuniu lire put In pofscssiou
of all the f".-tx,
After Contracting Second
Married and didn't know It, might ax his bride, nothing being said by
Iihvo been the title to the domestic
dlfflcnlty In which Annlo Mendlola re-1
eently found herself nud which sho
told Judge IMMi, I i Mils )ionlni! streets and had converse with hint,
when applyliiK for annulment of her As soon us possible this friend
second marriage. , found Annie nud Informed her or the
It was several joars ago that tho predicament sho wax In
Hawalinn girl wns married to n Jup-l Ilotb husband number two nud htf
niice on .Maul. The separated for wife agreed I hut annulment wns the
some ciiihc and she heard In whnt only way out of the difficulty nnd po
shn thought an authentic manner or tltlou for this relief were filed with
his death on Maul. the court at oucu, nnd grunted on
As It had been more than six jenra hearing today,
since she had seen this son of Nippon Annlo will. It Is understood, apply
husband. Annlu considered It quite rer a iltvtirrn rrom her Japnneso litis
llke'y that he was dead, especially us j band and then ror tlio serond time
the hUd heard notbliiK rrom him In Mendlola will lend her to tlio altar
all this time. I knowing full well thut n slulowj
Annie wan woed and won by John
Mendloln who took her to the altar
Probated Before Judge
Thli li o nlng the will of tho late
Alexuu-ci Yang, conveying proper
ty of u million und u quarter, was
admitted to probate befoie Judge
Robinson In the Circuit Court.
At the hearing, A. A. Young. At
torney Lewis and W. J. Forbes took
the stand to testify, Messrs. I.owli
and Forbes having drawn the will
and both hnvng signed It ns wit
nesres to the signature of Mr. Young.
Under the terms ot the will, A. A
Young, C C von llamm, W. O.
Smith, W II. Ilulrd and Robert A.
Young were named as executors, no
bond being lequlied.
An Inventory of tho property will
bo made ami llled with the court
within thlttv diijs. The appraiser
named are M T. glmoutou, A. W, T
llottomie) and R. W Shingle.
The representatives of employment
agencies on tlio coast appear to be
doing u siiecessrul business or entic
ing Russian Immigrants to tho main
land. Tho i'aclfic Stall wteatner Korea
that sailed for Sun Francisco on Sun
day morning carried about a dozen
Russians us stecrngn passengers.
The Immigrants 'wero well supplied
wllh funds with which they paid their
pasrago uud for Incidentals.
It Is uudeistood that a number of
the Inter n emits drawn from Hawaii
come from thu other islands.
Tim Russians are said lo II nil ready
eiuiilojment with the lumber mills.
ami mining camps on the Faclllc slope.
ThOBo who prefer lo conned with the
traus-cnutlncutiil mllwuys are given
employment along llioe lliis.
The foreign oftli-e at llerlln, Oer
ninny, Instructed tho Rerman em
hncsv at Constantinople to demand
un explanation rrom tho Turkish gov
remnuet ot the shooting or n German
subject by three uatlveB, near Halta,
Shocking news comes from the Chi
cngo tlnlverslly. A delegation of pro
fessors of that institution Is going to
nmuzon to study electric eels. Roch
ester Democrat and Chronicle.
"" 'f '' former innrrlngo.
V1"1.1" ,hl' "1,t f"w .kM a friend
'' hers saw tho kiimmisciI Japanase
rr .,.u,i . u i.,...
hush-Mid of thu past can again rotnti
Into his life.
Bather Drowns While His
This : ornlng nt 5 o'clock the dead
body ol lohn A. Agulnr was found In
the s il low water close to the Slonna
Hotel ard It was Dukn Kahnnamoku,
Jr, son ot Police Officer Knhanomoku
who mudo the dlscntery Tho bod)
bore no murks or vlolcniu except
where the crubs and smnll llsli had
gnawed the cars away.
The death or Agular, who wus but
eighteen vears of age, was u tragic
one. and ho perished rluht lu slsht
or over thirty bathers who wero dis
porting In the win en. The-tldo was
high and somo large breakers wen
running wlien Agular and pome
friends started to swim to tho ran
that Is anchored near tho Sloan.i hotel
All the party reached the rati safe
ly although Agular app-ated to l
rather tired. That was about 2
o'clock yesterday ultcrnooti ami short
ly afterwards thu lads nil marled lu
swim ushore. Agular imidu o'f l:i the
direction of the Si-asldo hotel and
suddenly he erlol out for help. The
rest of the party thought thut he vvas
fooling und no ono went to his ixslt
atuv When the lads reached i'ie fchoro
home people asked them why th"y had
not gone to help Agulir. They te
plled that they thought that ho was
skylarking but lb it they wo i! I go ut
once und see If Pey coull find him in
the water Ry that time it largo body
of people hud lieaid ol the supposed
ncctddit but after u while II was
thought that tho whole l-iliig wau a
The finding of Agulur's clothing,
however, showed thut u man wus mim
ing but It wus not till Ibis morning
thlit tho sen gave up Its dead. Cor
oner Rose ordered the body lo tyo tak
en tu ttio morgue, where uu cxaintnu
Hon wus made An Inquest villi be
held tomorrow night ut the police stu
Hon and all thu facts or thu c-aso will
be brought to light.
SIARKNO lu this dty, August C,
11)10. Tholma Mureno, daughter ot
Sir. uud Sits. K 11. Slarenn, agej
MARCAI.I.INO In this city. August
7. to Sir and Sirs. John Slarcalllno,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 259
Bulletin Editorial Itoom Phone 183
WASHINGTON. D. C. Auc. 8.
Fiuuies ccmpilcd by the Secretary of
the Treasury ihow that the income
under the new tariff during the year
just closed is $75,000,000 more than
the uovcrnment revenue durinp any
prereding year with the exception of
WASH1NOT0N, D. C Aug. 8. J
President Tnft, us commander-in-chief
cf the army, has issued orders
that ticops may be used at any and
ill times to tight icrest fires that
tin eaten destruction.
Skipped $23,000 Bail $
Two hundred dollars reward will
be paid by the I'nlted States Depart
ment ot Justice for delivery Into the
hands of n t'nlted States officer uf
two gieen goods men who failed to
appear Hi I'hlladelphla on Jitnu i
and thereby forfeited bull amounting
Thei two men have operated all
over the 1 ailed States and are known
u.der inaiiy aliases. ,
H. A. Sturkloh Is fltty-threo years
jf uge, nud the other, (leorgo W.
1'oi.t, Is fiiity-rnc, both being under
indictments at pieeut
They ure charged wllh using lh.
united States malls lu furtherance
it a tu home lo defraud, and wcroj
outh ludlcled lu New York on Slay,
25 and lu 1'hllnilnlpliln Juno 14 lastX!,
Also Indicted by tho Federal grand
I.... ... ri.lA.,n nn fn.. !?. m
Jill J III V llllllf,U Ull .J .
The two swindlers were to ap-'
uear In I'hlladelphla on June 15 for
hearing, and as they fulled lo appear
:t that time, their hall, amounting;
to t23'OO0, was forfeited:
They weru last seen at WynnOj
wood, re uu.. on June 3, each carry-
lug a largo satchel.
llelfust. July 23. Uxcellent prog
ress Is being mudo tit Slossrs. llarlaud
&. Wolff's shipyard with tho toiistruc-
tlon of tho two great liners, the Olym
pic und Titanic, for thu White Star
Company. No fewer than tuu') men
aro engaged on the work
Tim Olympic Is much, further
uticed than her sister ship, The Ha
bnr I'otuuilsslauers urn engaged III
deepening the river neur the Olymp
ic's launching slip, and tho builders
hope to carry out their original inteu
tola to launch her dn October '-0th
next. Until then It will not bo pos
sible to llx defliiricly the ila'e for tho
launching or the Titanic. Standing ut
the keel of tho Olympic und gazing
150 f(et upwurd to the tilth deck,
which Is completed, one gets u won
derlul Idtu or t'ut nstuiis or the ves
sel; yet, gigantic as It Is, It lias the
graceful cunea of a millionaire's
yacht. Thu sixth und Mienth ducks
nro )et to be uddid When llnUhrd
they will luctease tho depth ot tho
tdi.p by sixteen or eighteen feel or
i bout JOS ftet In nil, which Is higher
than bo-no nt the land "skyscrapers."
Tim Porto Rlcati Rar Association
held memorial services at Sau Juan-
ror the late Chief Justice Fuller ot
the United States Supreme Courts