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From San Frnnclsco:
Mongolia . .1 August in
For San Frnnclsco;
Wllhclinliia AiiRitst 17
Mnknra .August ID
'.en la ml hi August Hi
The face of an advertisement!
should be as dependable at the face4
of a chronometer, ns to nualitymid
price of Roodj,
Gives both customers and merchants a square deal
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4G95.
10 rAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, AUOUET 12. 1910. JO PAOES.
rjlICE 5 CENTS.
ILL NOMINATE CHAS. N 01 LEY
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& From San Francisco: I D
Physician Will Study Yellow
Fever And Mosquitoes
In order to study :it llrst liaml the
latest methods fltr lighting lliusqtlltoi'
mill jellnw fovur iitul to l(Mk Into thu
latent inuthnihi (if sanitation mill
health I'onilltloiiK nt places vvhero tho
ultiiiillim Ik similar to Honolulu, Dr.
I'rntt oC tho Hoard of Ilcaltli loaves
next week on a trip to ttiu mainland
which will occupy ne era I months.
Sanitation ami lioallli conditions
will lie studied from California to
New York, mid then down In New
Oilcans anil Into Mexico ami Cen
tral America lie will or to study yel
low lover ami mosquitoes in tliclr
wo4t prevalent liaunta.
Dr. Pratt leaven on tho Wllluhiiinu
next Wcdhcbilny Tor his lone trip ami
will lie absent until Miniellnio In No
vember. This K his llrtit trip away
from tho Inlands for twelve years anil
will lio Ills II I nl visit to Now York
Malu sllico 1832.
Two days will lie iipent In San
1'innclseo ami (toiii that city lio will
CO to Sacramento, Halt l.ako Clt
Denver ami Toiieku In c.icli of these
cities coiikiiIIIiir with the stale Isianls
ir licallh on the gcncrnl lualth ami
;- FOR SENATOR
But Oullook Good For
William White, aicorillUK to 11
Maulan who c.iiuo down 011 tho Cl.fu.
dine lact Wednesday, will prohahly
he put up as a eanillilato for Suuiitoi
on tho lliiiiio ltulu Hepiihllcan ticket,
lie will ho lurked up, It Is lepoiled,
by II. I'. Ilaldwiii.
Another lepoil Is that White will
he appointed district magistrate fur
I.ahalna. The latter position la at
prrbcnt oecuploJ by JiiiIk-j Itugers,
wlio Is bald to lio critically 111.
While sumo piomliient In political
circles on Maul are thinking of
White, tho Hawaiian voters, plus the
l'ortucucBO and a few others, are pro
pared Io'rIvu their kokiins for Sen
ator Coelho. Ill view1 of tho Komi
woik of Coelho In the I.eRlslatuie,
nio.st of thu Mniilaus will vote for
1 111 again In thu cmiiluc election.
Coelho Is popular with tho In-
. mates of the settlement. Ilo Is also
popular with tho working iiion, with
whom he had worked on loads In
the pant. I In Is spending a few days.
In Honolulu, ami will pel haps return
to Maul next week to take up Ills
p0lltlc.1l work iignlu piepaintorj to
MIYOR FERN MARRIES
Ilia Honor Mioor I'orn and Mr
Emma Sllvu weio mairled last Sit
urilav by lllbhop l.lliuit. The wed
djuc ceieniony wan prlvato, only the
inlatlves of tho toutraclliiR pailles
helliK pi ("sent.
Tho weekly daneo of tho HOYAI.
ACAOBMY OK DANCING takei plaio
this iivcniiic at Odd Kellow's Hall, In
Fl nut bin 7 p ni. to 8 p. m. Kriiin S
p. m. to 10:15 p. 111. a social Is held
for members and friends. Muido fur
nished by the Itoyal Quintet Club.
DULI-ETIN AP9 PAY-QK
In St. Louis lie will have a Ions
talk wllli Dr. Ticlone. illiirtnr of
Missouri Hotiinlcnl (i. miens, on I ho
mihjcct of the Ariilln plant. Tills
plant In more commonly known as
tho mosipilto plant ami Is crown In
the Mlslsslppl Valley as a pn vcnllvo
of moiipilto breeding. It crows over
the surface or tho wnlor In such n
way ai to prevent the iniwqiiltoos
laying their eggs, ami thus keeps
places while It Is mown free as hatch
ing ground for the iests.
In Springfield. litdhiiuiwdls. Ci'luni
lius. New York City mil Albany the
stale Iki.iiiIh of licallh will he visit-
eil for new light on health ami saul"
tat ini conditions.
In New oik iiIkci Dr. I'uilt wilt In
voutigitc (ii.uchur Klectrlc rurlfilng
Company which has perfected a 111
chine for sletllWug milk liy clecti-o
losls. Tills will he lit tho request of
Hnmituhi Dairymen's Association, mill
not for the lloaid of llcu'th
Another Itivcptlculluii which will lie
maili In Now Yoik Is of Kay Schemer
Company miiiiofacliiicrs of fuinlg.it
(Continued on Pare 2)
Chinese And Japanese
Clash Over lis
Slotou, a Japanese olijeeled to the
pretciicu of 11 quailllty of homing tar
near his 1uel11l1.es and so stated his
objections to one Chan Kniig, a fill
liesti and before tho Interview was
over, Slntsu found himself within the
meshes of tho law.
It appears that tho Chinese lsa
painter by trade. In tho prop, nations
of his onslaught with tho aid of th
hriish ho cniuiiiFiicwl tho hulling of
tur. The pilnter mvoro heforo JiiiIrc
Alidrulo that tho kettle contained live
callous. II) the time that thu .In pan
eso had told his story the qirintllv
of tar hud dwindled to less than 11
At any ralo tho tar Is allCRed to
have been upput In thu melee mid
thu Cliliiosi decorator wanted d.imaK
os or ut lo.ist desired rotrolintlou to
full iihiii the head of bU neiuhbor.
Tho court decided that llio wen!
as well us InipemlluK dancer of a llniii
IliC kittle of tar coiistlluti'iL Hulllclenl
cioiimls fur the rapine of a lusty oh
Jectlon and the Japanese was ills
charceil the charCi) aculuil lilm of
imillcloiu uilschier not havlnc been
Kllicl C.inlleld. the fainoiiH vio
lin virtuoso, ucionipanled liy 1'rnf.
Andcisoii of New York, will ontor
taln the diners at tho Alexander
YomiK Cure on Monday, Wednesday.
I'rlday mid Sntuiday ulRhta.
TucMhiy and Thursday iiIrIiIh she
will lie heind nt tho Yoiiiir llnte!
1II11I11R room, on the sixth lloor. and
at the Miiaua Hole! on Sunday iiIrIH
I Sr-BUtLETIN AP3 PAY-J
SULPHUR. Okla . Auc. 12. FacU
brought' out by the Congressional in
vcstifAtion of Senator Core's charges
cf bribery show that the fees that
would be paid under the so-called
McMutr.ty contracts would amount
to four and one-half millions of
NEW YORK. Auc. 12. Colonel
Roosevelt will undoubtedly attend
the New York State Republican con
vention as a delegate, There is talk
of making him the temporary chair
man of the convention.
UP IN THE AIR
LANARK, Aug. 12. Drcxel, the
American aviator, made n new rec
ord today for altitude. He carried
his aeroplane to a height of C730
ST, TETERSBURO, Aug. 12. Of
ficial records show That the number
of deaths from cholera during the
first week in August amounted to
Aiiiiuliui ut of tiiurrlaKo was mauled
upon petition of Jonathan K Nakllu
from Ids wife Annie Nnklhi, as a for
mi 1 hin-liiml mined up unexpectedly
ifler bcltic Ihoiicht to ti dead. The
couple vie 10 married November 7.
I'.MH. an ilthe Torinor husband appear
ed July Hi of this mm llu was sup
posed In hnwhecn il' ml for several
ycirs, the wife not havlnc heard fiom
tillii for tuoic than llflccii years.
Six True Bills Returned
One Being For
It took four lulorpicters to trans
late the six Indictments returned by
1 he (Iraml .liny aCiilust live offenders
who weio aualKiied tufoio .ludc:
Cooier In tho ciimlnal court at cloven
o'clock tlila luornluc.
Thu (liaml .liny icorled early In
tho forenoon and as tliu offenders
acnlnst whom teh tmv hills were
iiBalnst whom thu duo hills woie
luoilKlit up for ariiiiRtiliicnl at eleven.
Hawaiian, Spanish. Chinese ami Ja
pancso iulerpreteis were 1 ("quired liy
'lie couit to tiaiislato tho ludlctiuonts
to thu live accused men, theiu bo
IliC one llawullaii, unit Chlneso, one
Jap.'ipebo and two I'urtii llleans un
der ludii lliieut.
Hen Kaliiua Is iharccd with nmriler
ill the lliht ilecreu for shoollnc and
cauuliic tho death of Julia K11I0I011.
Tho shiMitliiK iK-currcil on Juno 1U
and the woman ilb .: Hie same day
fiom .the bullet wound In her thlch
(icorco Davis was upisilutt'it h thu
emu 1 to defend Kahlua and plea will
lie entered 011 Mimihry Aiicust 'i". tho
couit RlvhiR Davis moio than a woek
111 acnualut himself with tho case
Cheoin; I.iij has I wo charRes of rav
tshhiK uitaliisi him. the vlcllnis heliiR
(Continued on Faje 2)
Pounding To Pieces
CAPTAIN MILLER BEGINS
HIS SALVAGE OPERATIONS
The llrlllsh harkciitliic llc'ca, now
haul ami fast 011 the reef off Wa
klkl, Is slowly hut suicly pouudlir;
to pieces ttuoiiRli the constant huf
fitliic of the stroiiR surf that is run
nine over the distressed vessel.
An attempt Is heluc made to save
all that Is possible of her fittings,
Rear nhil eurco.
The Miller SalvaRO Compiiuv'f
steamer James Makie left for the
scene of tho wreck )esteril.iy and
cached n point vvllhln u few bun
dled feet of the HelRa heforo snvoi
o'clock Inst eveiilui The steamer Is
staiidinc It) and has "one or more
Hues to the HcIr.i, Captain Kredcr
I 'k Miller has tiarcu of salvaRe oper
ations. A deal was closed yesterday
whereby Captain Miller will look to
tho salvlnc of the vessel and her
shipment of coal. The terms are
private, but It Is understood that
the work is heluc conducted on .1 lib
oral penciitiiRe b isls.
Captain Wall Micelvcd a cable
ft mil Ills representatives oil the Coast
authoiizluc him to cnlcrvjnln ncco
llallons with the salvers.
Thu position of the h.irkentlnc re
mains prnrllcullv iinchniiccd. It U
believed that she may have cone a
llltle further Inshore diirlnc the
nlcht. Her thrco masts were stauil
Iiir at iiooii today, hut It looked "is
If the foremast mlcht ko b the hoard
at any moment.
Tho vessel iippeais to have settled
more llrmlj Into tho bed of coral
that will prove her last icstlnc pliico
It Ik only when an iiuusuallv heavy
swell comes ioIIIiir In that tho hark
entlnu careens over and acaln Mit
lies down to an uiiRle of about forty
Tho two men left on hoard by
Captain Wall loiitluue to remain at
their post. At no sIiiro of tho ills
ister would Captain Wall consider 1
proposition of ab.niilonliiK the vessel
to whosoever might comu alone aul
claim her as salvage.
A small nnioiint of wro kuco Is
llndlnc Its way to tho hea h In the
vicinity of the Cassldy plain. Kev
eial natives waded out to the edce
of the reef this iiiouiluR and return
'd with a numhi'i of boxes and
pieces of debris that have been work
id out tliioiiRh the continuous riIiiiI-
Inc of tho harketitluu upon tho locks
Thero Is sufficient depth of wntor
surrounding the wryk to penult or
tho steamer James Makco approach
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:t Mcinh'-rs of tho 11 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 tt
it California YoM'lulto iniily mutt
tt having a splendid tlnio as llielr tt
ti Irtlois ami s::it cards thow. A St
tt nolo f 1 0111 MIsh Akninii to the tt
tt II 11 1 lot 1 11 under ilulo or Aug. tt
tt 2 says: tt
tt "Wo aro all well and (injuyinc tt
tt ourselves. Different clrls havo tt
tt been to different iilacrx. tt
tt "So far I havo been to San .loso. IS
tt Ilerkeley and Oakland. Somo of tJi
tt my IIII11 friends took 1110 to Sail tt
tt Jose In an autoiuobllo and I en- tt
ti loved the ride veiy much as well tt'
tt as tho niettv little places I saw St
tt tilnnir tho wav 1 missed Hie tt
tt HtanfonI University and took tt
it i uiuiiu of i lu. nine..." St
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
TOKIO, Aug. 12. Disastrous
floods are sweeping this section of
the couritry, carryi.ng great loss. !:
life and property in their wake.
Many towns have been completely
wiped o.tt. The loss of life can not
be estimated, but millions of dol
lars' worth of property has already!
been destroyed. Thirty thousand
houtcs in the city of Tokio alone
arc submerged. e
CAMP TERRY. 0.. Aug. 12. The
Ohio State rifle team won the Her
rick match in the national contest
l JUDGE SAUFLEY DEAD.
LEXINGTON, Aug. 12. United
States District Judge Saufley was
found dead today in his barn.
MAYOR OAYNOR IMPROVES
NEW YORK, Aug. 12. The eon
dition of Mayor Gaynor is such that
his recovery is confidently predict
ed. No complications have arisen
from the wound he received.
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain. Aug. 12.
Don Jamie, the pretender to the
throne, has issued a manifesto in be
half of the Carlists. He declares that
thev will oppose radicalism, but will
not use violence in gaining their
A Japanese Bartender
Fined And Lost His
When John Mnlkal entered Urn wet
Roodn eiiipoiluiu known as tho Sun
rise Saloon tho other evening ho bore
11 remarkable icn'iiiblaiiee to a full
Hedged man In the eyes of Matsunuga,
a .lapiinew) bartender.
I low ev ci. License Inspector Kcniiol
noted the Malkal Inviislon ol tho Sun
rise premises. Ilo awaited develop
meiits and saw the Jnpanoho Fervo tho
applicant with 11 class ot the nut
brown beer or comnierco.
Hero Kennnll got busy and remark
ing upon thu extremely youthful up
pnaranco of tho lad who had Just
quartcd the buinniRfl brewed to suit
thu climate, he Inipilied his ago mid
made (he illscnveiy that Mnlkal was
iindir tweiily-0110 years and thoroh)
came under the classlllcatlon ot a
This being settled to the satisfac
tion of Kennell ho placed the Japnneao
vendor of cheorliiK beverages under
arrest upon a charge or selling tntox-
Waling liquor to a minor and In vln-
hit Ion of the existing ordinances mid
restrictions placed upon saloonlals
Matsuiiaca appeared before. Judge
Andrnde tills morning Through his
nttoiliev lie threw himself upon the
lueic) of tin) i ourt It was .Muted that
he did not know that the youth who
(Continuef on Page 2)
Home. Rulers Plan to Noltiinate
Notley For Delegate '1
Democrats Sept. 15 -
llcsldes the nomination of a 'nil-
dldalc for Delegate to Congress, the
Killers at their political con-'
vcutlon which Is culled to meet next
Motldnl iiiortiiniT AttiriiHt IT., ill 10
I o'clock, will, aerorillng to some old
and staunch Homo Holers, endeavor
to have n resolution adnptcd culling one of tin- tnort conspicuous llRiircj
for the dtsmlss.il of certain leaders In tho I.rgUlaliue. is out of tlmj
who are holding offices under the Home Itule party. 'M
Homo Ilule banner. i "Knnlho Is pan with us, the lloni?
The leaders who nrc liable to losl Itules," said 8. M. rnmil)nii, a llmnS
their Bcalps are 1). Knlaunkalaiil Sr. Rule ilelegate from llookcti.i, Hitn
iind William White. Their critics wall, who arrived I lilt morning o'n
claim that Kiilaiiokulanl and Wliltojthe Minna Uia. "Wo will not r'
did not only affiliate with opposition turn K.iulho to tho Legislature
leaders In prohibition matters, hut ag. I". " he eouilnueil. "During tho
that they have been seen fieiiuently pa- eRlslatutoa wo liav placed lilm
In consultation with Thurslnil. tin mi hoiio-.ihlc poildon. Slnro liS
viiiiiiua rtniniiiiuMMii .uiit:;, un
candidate for Dclccato to Concrcs?,
tit nlntml nAili.lii .. t tl.n u... ,... nflnu ..... .. ....l II, . I .TT
n ......u. niumi 1.1 mc "H"'uii w.i.-iiv ,11,' ti.iirn iu-ii, r HJI lllll Rlj
tho ilelegatej who nro already con-hlpi iiuoiher thaiire to rcprctcnt us
crecated In Honolulu, nt Monday's.
convention. Thoso who arrived this
morning on ihe Mnunn Iin rtnted
most emphaileally that they would
".,.. j ...... ..j n. ......
support Notley ns their DoleRalo to
WISE AND ACHI
Will Reply To Attacks
Of Andrews And
W C Achi and John II. Wise will
speak al a political meeting tonight
at Kakaako. They will reply to the
Miitemcuts Hindu liy l-orrln Andrews
and J. C. Cohen al n meeting held 11
few nights ago,
Aehl will tell the Kakaakoltcs to
night that ho Is not aiming for any
poPtleal position. That ho Is more
than satisfied to remain In his utile
ami devote his tlluo to practicing law.
Ho will undoubtedly advice tho Kit
kaakoilt's that Cohen would mil ho ,1
good man to bo sent to thu legisla
ture. Ilo will, at tho samo tlui"
call attention to thu plans of l.orr!u
Wise, who Is opposed to Cohen ami
Andrews, will llkewlso tell the Ha
waiian voters of Kakaako that they
should not ho blinded by tho prnm-
Ibis, uhldi havo been imido to the
HawulPius at public meetings liy the
Andrew s-Coben combination.
Owing to this announcement. It Is
exix'ctcil that Audrowg and Cohen, or
probably their agents, will bo present
at tho mictluc to listen to tho Bioccli
os of Aehl and Wise.
YOUNG HOTEL DANCE
TONIOHT FOR SHERIDAN
The iiinnaRctncnt of tlio Yoiiiir II i-
tel will give a dunce tonight In honor
of the flrsl-chiss piissengera on Isiiri'
tho transport Micrldun. Special mil
rlo has been arranged for, and a gen
eral good tlnio Is In prosed. Artm
Navy and tnwufolk aro Invited
One thousand iplelidld hooks, '
lliown and Lyon Co. t'ntll we tnive
CottRirwi The O.iliu delegate? Ii.v
alrnailv pledged th"ineven to sup.
port Nolle, and Kauai, Maul anil
Hawaii .lie expciteil tit make "lb
I II. M. Kaiilho. a Home littler and
called down our president, o dte
- iocd 10 cm nun oui ironi inc pariy
entirely. So far as the Homo Iliil?
In tho Legislature.
"I'erFonalls. I have no further uiiij
foi hi ill The Home Killers of Ha
waii, and particularly those of Ko
..,.., ,i.i, ,, iibunii ) iiiifjw: u
I ' (Continued on Pace 2.1
Governor and Campbell
That nditliloiial clauses were be
lug placed In the wharf JlVens
which will miii luithcr safeguard
Ihe InteieHs of tho pilbll', vvas tho
stateiiicnl made by (lovernor Ktoorj
Ihlr. inoriilnc. 'M
Superintendent Canipliell amlhd
Ciovernor weio discussing the Medina"
nearly nil the morning, and otlier
tentative clauses havo been tuibmlt-j
toil by Campbell wlilrh are !ienc
consldereil by the tiovernor, nmlTtj
thoy ineel with his approval tlrejr1
will hu Iniorporatcd n (ho llccnst
before It Is finally grunted.
Ah to when the llcento will lis
signed finally, no delluito Btutcineiiti
viMiin mi KMllli'il lllilll lilt) liuvcriiui.
lie riaii'u iiiui u was biui ituuvr'
conslileratliiii and Intimated thai as
Msiii as It was whipped Into prop?.vi
shape Ik would be signed. ',
troiu the tone ot bis lemarks It
would heeni that the Olceiisa stood 2
a Rood chance of hcliil; signed anil'
the deal eloi-ed with the llllo ItaH
load Company within n few days
lertatnly befiun tho middle of th?i
coming week. ?
No further piotesls have been rq
elved. mid the action of llllo cltlj.
2em l:i niiisM inentluir takt Saturd.iv.
... ., ,, '
wiiMieiM inu riiiiiii-ii iio irrnwii'n
ill" .lacs It was published h'ero, ha?
Il,",ll llll, , Will III! .- (HIT (IVIVVI IIUImI
hi lee general uesiru mr llio llll'J
nli.uf as soon as iKiBtllile. mid tlint
the license be gi.inle.l under propos
White llahy nresses SI 25 qualltjr3
i educed to ii.tm for Saturday b ape
cpils Aim Hoy's Windsor Ties"
Scutch Klanuclx ninl a number of othJ
cr iittraetlvo birgalim The IiIr WhlteJ
Dress Oood rule begins Mondai
Watch advertisements Sacln Dry
Occasionally people eel
uncctablo to enjo) life.