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ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 4G0D.
10 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. 1010. 10 PAOES.
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b ' .onlandla August IB
TRICE 5 CKNTS.
SAN EEANCISCO. Aurj, .17. Re
tunis from the primaries held yes
terday IhroiiRhoiit the State, under
the operation of the new direct pri
mary law, give a sweeping victory
for the insurgent Republicans or
what it known as the Lincoln-Roosevelt
Hiram Johnson was nominated for
Gotcrnor by a vote of fifty thousand
ever Curry, his chief opponent. The
others on the list trailed far be
hind. William Kent has defeated Con,
rrcssman McKinlay in the Second
District, Kent was ono of the staunch
supporters of Francis J. Hcncy in
the Riaft prosecutions.
In Southern California, Stcnhcns
has defeated Congressman McLach
lau. and it is possible that Kirbv
will defeat Congressman Smith, al
though the returns indicate a very
Judge Wcrks. of. the Circuit Court
will probably receive Hie endorse-
ment for United States Senator, tho
ballot securing an advisory vote.
HONEYMOON FOR MAYOR.
M;mir 1'cin Iiiih Iicoii granted :i
aoaj If n extending fruni August 2 ft
to Sciitciuhcr '2 iliirlni? whl li time
lilt Iliiiidfj Intends tii mil if (visit tft
Kon.i. 'I'lin iiBkCfl ror''lrj.iVo, of ab
ri'iir,' lit inn, IIIKIll limning Ul lilt
MipurvlMirs wan readily granted.
Thern w.ib u IiIkIi decree of heal
to ho round within tho lunllneH of
tho llierooui oC tho new and p.il.illa!
vaiiiiiiuii Aiin.iaii.iji ini'T .A'auiiiua
(turliiK Iho fijw limns I fiat mm-cI rut-
uiiiliied at tho port' ot Honolulu.
A laigo iiiiinuiit of llio loirldlt-
did liDt.iirUliiatc.friini io.il, hut was
prodnied h' ono kino rcrrult who
hail ccturid' pernilxiilou to Join the
trcw and work Ills pawuiKo to Van
router liy tilanillUK hl wateh at tho
Ilowuer, Ihla was not tho eause
of tlio delay In tho hallliiK of tho
.ealnnilla. Tho iiRenls hail an
iiiiiini eil that Iho .leaiuer would ho
dlbpati'lmd for Iho Northwn.it coast
at S o'clock. This hour ai rived nml
ICM'ial Biibucjliient periods wero tov
ered hy tho lianils of tho clock. It
was - n'clirl; In tho inornlni; hoforo
tho lines wero east oIT nd tho Zea
Iniulln, Willi potuo forty additional
p'lrseiiKorH fWini Honolulu, ntt?Ttuied
tluoiiRli llin thnnnul and out to eea,
c.n route to tho Canadian p'li'ts.
Ilctwcon 11 o'clock nml iniiliilRlit
Iheio woto all kinds of oxcltomont
i;uln; tho rounds In Ziialamlla rlr
(Ins. It ovon lo.u hod tho hrlilKo
deck of tho new idior, and hroiiRht
Ca il a I n .1. I). H. I'lillllps n out out
a round Hltimlicr to tho lowor por
tion of llio Bill p.
Tho '.calninlla arrived at Honolulu
cjli'nl,iy tiftornonn aftnr a nuiat
MiMtSO from tho Antipodes, hut wns
minus eevernl moil for the llienmm,
Vesleidny ovcnhiK llio "Ulpf nuRln
Aur Micelved an application fioiu it
man who had licen left at Honolulu
(Continued on Page 3)
I lorry .1. .lohtifon, a uecro, who
milidoreil and lolrlied .lohli II llart
luan. a livorvmnu of Hat rlshurK, l'a.,
Iprpinlior 8. 100!), has been banned.
' Ills last wnnls wero. "No Injustice,
Is bcJtis done."
The worm usually turns after It Is
too into to ninko a get away.
Many n man has been stung by llio
polltlcul bco In his bonnet.
Plan Is Nearly Completed For
Congressman To Stump
Tim Democrats nro planning In
do II r.iluiuiKII Htiilit t lie like of which
has never liern miii 111 Hit; l.it.iluls
before, li Involves nothing I ks lliuu
llio IuiiiMlrill(in or a real lUo Con
gressman lo do 11 hIiiiiiIiik tour on
I ho allium Islands.
Thn CnncifMKlii.ifi In mif-Mf Iriti trf
llcpicsfiilnllvc Cmtiltor. who visited
Hit- Inland), Inst ,rnr iih a tiiciuhi r or
llio Cniigicsalniiiil pari
It iiiHMrH tliat Ciindloi liked tlu
Islands nihl Ihn lieut'le In nit I here
so well Hint li foil" lie dop.uteil lie
made the rcnrirk that ho should like
t i return hi renew iionu.iinlanfos The
unteirllleil ones took IIiIh remark lite-
Court Views Wreck Of
Garden And Soaks
I' N Voeller was found Riillty of
malicious liijui) at the I'olke Court
thl i iiiiiinliiK and was lined $! nml
in (H hy .linlgc Audrade The cafe
arose thioui;li Voeller nlashlllK du'.Ml
,i niiiuher or plants and trees In the
Kmunils f a cottage uu Kaiii"liaineli.i
IV lload, Kalihl
The eoinplallilliK witliiKM teslllleil to
the il.mriKi done hut Voeller, who
conducted his own case, said that ho
(Continuod on Page 3)
Candidates Talked Of For
Service In Senate
(Special Correspondence )
IIIU). August 15. V. M. It. I'ltzslm
iiioiis, tho well known clerk at llio
Manna Koa whatf, Is tliu last llllo
man to hu ilr.iKKed Into the HiiiellRht
as a political possibility. Tho Repub
lican patty load'rs aro IlKiirini; on
ruuuliiK 11 1 z as u candidate for Iho
House, and ho ta)s Hint ho Is wllllnt.
to uiiikit a try -at 11.
Tho same parties Pkuio that Jim
I.owls may bo Induced to run for tliu
Souato, whllu 1'Vi miiiituE Is also siiok
on of us a Hopiihllcau cainlliljile from
this side of tliu Island for tho upper
Hewitt. I'.itls and Kaiuauohn, tho
former two old scnniois. aro belnj;
inonlloni'd as possllillllles for Iho Son
ata from tho other sldo of Iho island.
When It comes to candidates for thn
House r i o m tho wlndwurd side ono Is
Slven Iho iholco of Affouso, Mo.uia
nil, Ivcl.ikollo, ntzslinuious, l'i ruiin
doz I who has tlaleil that he would
ptcfer tho House, where ho ff'Ia lit
home, In tho Kenulol uud Kallliuai,
who was ili'ftnto'l when ho run last
I'roin tho leeward Bide Holstelu. Da
h Kanplko (of South Koua) and M.
K. Mnkeknu nio lucntloncil.
Miss Inez Miilhollnnil of New
York, who war hulled as the "pret
lle.t unman" in the London stiff rugn
parade, Is ehnmplunliig ninny null en I
rallj. iriil when lliev lc gan to pre
p-uc for the cinipalgn a idioit (line
ago Milne i' iiietiilicred Candler and
liix titni mini
It wiim deeldel that It would ho li
limit detdr-tlile thltiB Tor tho Dctno
crals to koI Candler hore ns the ele
plinnt In tlt"lr nhow. anil the accord
lugl wiiIp afkltiK him IT he would
In- hIIIIiik to do a eiuiulRii Blunt heie
HiIk fa'l lie anuviri'il Hull tit? would
do If. IT In- wen- e.illed oil.
Nov. the leading liemoeratH In I In
iikIuIii nie m-tllns u-.iil to o.iri' the
plan Into execution Many or the
m tulieri ir tho party nro MrniiKly In
faior of tho plan. The Idea U to
Continued on Pace 4.
TO THE COAST
Out of elKhty st erase pas.ieiiKers
who booked for Kan I'r.uiclsco hy Hie
M.iIkiiu Naxlu.illon sleiiner Willie!
lulna thai nalli I for the const at ten
o'clock this inornlni; nliunut the entire
lot wetu Intel anlted HiiH.ilau mint
These p'uplo eiealed no llllle com
nielli as they wmt nho.inl tho 1 1 hit
at thi .Malum wharf this uiiituiui,
'I In- . iiciiik of their effects on IiujuI
(Continued on Page 3)
Stanford Men A re Greeted
In True Hawaiian
Hawaii's lioapllullly was maulfeited
last night at tho home of V. (,'. Achl
Not only was It filled with Hawaiian
delicacies, pieparcd especially for III')
honored niallhluls, hut It was likewise
tuslefully ilecoiatcd with led and
while (Munition Ids, Intertwined hand
soniel Willi greenery and uiallcs.
'Ilm luaii was arranged for tho utli
Utcs of Staiiford University, who ur-
I hod yesterday and continued their
Journey on Iho now Catiaillau-Aiislrii'
Man liner Xealaudla. Achi Jr., who
attended rStanfiud was lesisiuslhlo fin
the success of ilm party. Ho had
known that his f'llow students lit
Stanford weio coming and according
ly tnado arrangements for a genuine
Tho tables wero loaded down wllh
a variety of Hawaiian dishei, which
woio pittukeu of by (he guests.
While seated at the long table, tho
visitor wero showoici: with carnation
Ids of red uud white
The guests weio wailed iisin by Hi"
oung ladles. Hiss lieno lloyd, Miss
Wattle Holt, Miss Orllln Itlco, Miss
Sarah Kaiuauohn, Miss Itchccca Achl
undMlss Sarah Kenhl.
, Shortly after the Usllors lauded yes
terday arteilionu Achl .Ir., and Stanley
I Kenned took their college iiiuium nnfc
III utliomoiiiies in Aien, run nun oiiiui
points of inlerest
Iliuliig llio Miieilulnuienl a Hawaii
all iiillilet club fuinlslii'it the music
mr-'Tor Htlii" curds ut Bulletin..
TO AMEND LAW
ANO HELP OUT
ti Island Politicians
WANT SUPERVISOR AT LARGE
REPRESENTING ALL HAWAII
llll.O. Auk. K'. The report or tho
coiimiltlei' of the llo.inl of Trade,
showlni; tho t-nndllinns prcalllni; III
tho uulter of the llonolll mad ion
tincts, Iho (leplornlile lonillllon of
the ( utility, and llu.i!l the sioichlni;
coiidcmuatlun by tho II u 1 1 e t I u
of tho tnescnt inclhods of tho lloaid
;f Suiiorvlfors, wheic ever) mcnibor
Is flKlillUK for the benefit of his
home district, have all combined to
make tho politician.), p.irtk'illailj
thoc who bae their habitat In tho
coitut.v ofll es. $t up mid take not Ire.
Various rcuiedlrs .no bclliK ills
One has roiitiil particular faor
miioiik incinbei-H of both the Itcpillill .
'an ami tliu Demo rallc parties, and
(Continued on Pti;e 3)
llelga Is Past Breaking
Up ; Much Cargo !
It would ai pen ns If the salvers
mill si'ciiie Inn llllle nf value fnmi
tliu wreck of llio British barkonllno
iielga now llug off Kalia icef near
Captain Miller still continues woik!
of dismantling Iho llelga of null lit ,
tings uud material as no cm scenic
without endangering the safety of his
k I earner, the .lames Mnkeo.
The salv.ig tdiMincr lelurned fruni
Continued on Pace 3)
"I believe lb.it Norman Walklns
would ho n good Mayor for Honolulu,
and a first class caudlilalo for the Ito
publlcan party," suld a business man
of Iho city this morning. I
This bringing in of Mr. Walklns Is
mi entirely new polltlcul feature.
Whether the comment means that a
search 'Is being iiindo for a rnmpro)
m I ie candidate us u result of the old
fight our tho nia)oralty, Is not
known. Nor Is It known that Mr.'
Walklns has been consulted. Tho bus-1
lnoss man bringing tho mailer up snid
ho thought Watklns, was a man whoso
candidacy would appeal to tho busi
ness men of Hie city and county.
. HOTEL GUESTS
Kthol Canfleld, Iho famous vio
lin vlitunsn, accompanied by l'rnf.
AndeiMin of New York, will cuter
tain tho dlneis at the Alexander
Young Cafe on Monday. Wednesday,
j r'rlduy and Satuida nights.
.' Tuesday and Thursday nights shn
will be heaid nt the Young Hotel
jdlnlng-room, on the sixth llnor, and
at the Monna Hotel on Sunday night.
Both U. S. And Fort Street
Owners Can Carry Case To
Til eaio the proper!) -owners of thn
Mahilka site, whl h has been select
ed for the I'edcrat building, can not
(oiiio in an ami ah'c agreement with
thn Government over' tho prlco of
their property, then condemnation
proceedings will 0n instituted by
1'nllcil States Attorney llrcckons.
Asked tills morning what would
ho done In the event that no agree
ment could be urrhed at. Attorney
llrcckons stated that nil tho property
owners would bo subpoenaed to np
pe.ir in the Kedornl Coutt licforo itho
Jury and tlicro their inso wpiild ho
heard and decided upon.
Cooper Gives Him Six
Months More Than
)1 I'acheco was this morning r.on
tenced to Imprluinineiit at lined labor
for n period ot one year and six
inonllm for n.isaiilt on another I'orlo
llicaii, t'i" ra e having been continued
since last week.
I'ncliccn anil Sefercno Cm attacked
another I'orlo Itlcan, one nrmel w'll.
a knife mid tho other with n hnlllu
When arraigned last week ''nu, who
(Continued on Page 3)
John Oliver Could Not
Arrange Passage On
.Much In tho surprlbo and relief
or Chief McDulIlo. .lolin Oliver, tho
famous tourist nml stow bum, did
not ictiiin to Hawaii on tho Zealan
ilia. It appears that John Is In
pilMin at Suva for theft, nml ill;
tliough ho begged that ho bo allowo.l
to depait on tho Canadlun boat for
the I'iuiiiIIko of tho I'uclllc. the llrlt
ish iiulhorltliM told him o bo pa
tient and that there wero many mora
C.-A. steamers on which he might,
ut n future date, return to tho land
of liquid sunshine.
.loll n took Ills Imprisonment much
lo heart, as ho has been accustomed
to being allowed to pull out of aiiy
country as soon as he did anything
wrong. It unite ttpcel Ills Ideas of
tho eternal fitness ot tilings, when
ho found that he would have to
fnrvo tin eo months' jail and thureby
miss traveling hy tho .ealandla on
her tnalden voyage.
Thern s every chan oof John com -
Ing along noxt boat, ns his freo menlj
umi'i win "xinre in piuiuy in mini
for him 10 111111,0 arrangements lonpnn was iiiado.
cat n tlie .Maiama wnotner 110 win
get aslinro nero or not oepenus onworo mmplleil on June .10. the end
How fliitrh no is at uoaging sicuumu
J.nues Itichard Cox, law partner of
William II seward wnen Hie latter
was (loM'rnoi of New York, Is dead
at tils nonie in .111n1r11. .. , iroin
nu attack of heatt dlseaso. He was,
in his ninetieth ear.
Tho Jur. would fix tho alue of
the propcrt In dlspiite, he mild
If cither tho llmeinniciit or the
property-owners are not sntlshed
with Iho award which Is lumle b
the Jury on tho property under con
demnation, then an appeal mm lie
taken to tho United States I'ln-uii
Court, mid tho case would be taken
lo the California circuit of this
"I hope this thing Is going In he
settled amicably." said lire l.ons. 'l
don't want to have anything to do
about It, and If It call he arranged
out of xnirt, It will ho mii'li belter
for ever ono."
Monsarrat Objects to Sale
Of Slock At Small '
Tho euro of M. I) Monsarrat
against his trustee In bankrupt'.
T. I'. Lansing, for the lecmcry of
ceitaln itocks which he Wilms wuio
sold in .ess thun their market vn'iie,
and vhlch transaitlon he accuses
A. I Cooku of purchailng lliem
thiougii unfair means, w.i itluiied
until August -i hy Judgo itovrisou
In llio I'eilernl Court this morning
(ContindM on Page 3)
WnrP Than 19 000 000'
Tied Up In 8BI
Acioiitlng lo llgities wbli li (iov-!
eiuor Prcur Is Incoi porntlng in bu'ery I and by tho unteirllleil followersj
rejMirt to Washington, II is about of the Immortal Jefferson and Jovial
I'.'.dOO.OOO Invested in aiitoiuohllea in :,un' TIo Kellett presenro'ln th
the Torrltor of Hawaii.
There nro on tho different Islands
801 machines, and at a low estl-
. .1 . ....
11111111 iney iniisi nave originally rnst
on an average $i0(lu each. This He
tiro would probably be below ihu ue-i
tual average io?t of in.iclilnes lii-rc.!""T "'"" "'"''" ""-' "'"" "'I'V
hut taking that as nu estimate, then,
the people of Hawaii have te, ,,',
m ..i.i.ii. ,.-i.ii, ..... .1 V. I
-' .....,..,,... , ,, ,.,,! I,, ILIIUIIll'
lug oveiy day, I,Tj:,imio.
As the registration shows, lliero
ate moin hy far In Iho clt) and
county of Honolulu thn 11 any place
else, about two-thirds of the total
number of machines being owned on
Hy counties Hie Hgurcs are: Hono
lulu, .'..'..",; Hawaii, l.2, Maul. 103;
Kauai. T. (estimated I The llgurei
1 for K1t11.1l arc not exut, hut Hpprox-
iniato, as ihe,r win no leglstrailoli
hi iiniciiiiics moio in ino iiuio mo
1 riieke ngures for gasollno buggies
or Hie nsiai year, and since that tlmo
'he. number bus in rrmicil conHder-
nlily, to Hint. the trial Inveitnient In
niaililnes in tlie Islands toila Is for
more than fH.HOO.Iinn
Time, lido and g.. . motors will for
DEAL, Enp, Aug. 17 Moissart, a
Spanish nviatcr from Paris arrived
lieic leday in an aeroplane, accom
ranicJ by a passenuer, with whom
lie patted over the English Channel.
This is the first time in history that
twe persons have made tuch a flight.
JTEW YORK, Aug. 17. Chairman
( 'in qf the State Republican com-.
r-it,cc stated today that tho fight to.
mi'ke Colonel Roosevelt the tempo?
rary cnaunnn of the Mate conven-
t'en will be mrried fro:n (hit nrl.
ma: cs to the floor of the convention
SAN FRANCISCO. Am;. 10. Sug-
1 1 : Od electees test, 4.4ZSc. Previous
,nl,c,tirn .t.ine Tlcrt' RR nnnln!.
. 14, loi.Jd.: pat ty. 5,17c. Previous
'qtictatio'i 14s. lCd.
V Danron Kellrtt. Jr. Is unit' haO
l"'on IrHwIngllirro dollars n day from j
II0110I11I11 as payment for his scrvlcesl
ns 11 clerk to J load Supervisor J, K'
I'.ieto ot Koolaiiioko district, ifcj
Now, K'clleU Is alleged brighUmuH
eonsidciioiiH llgure in thu Itepubllcaii;'
stronghold. Ho Is surrounded on r-i
midst of Dctuocracy has proved , n
thorn In Iho side of mole than one vs
urilent party wurktr nml henco comcji,
tin, iilnrv tin, I llin M,.t,tt,ir,,ln .,f thn.'
wlndwurd dlstrlrt aro out for. the .o-j
,l1lciil Bcu " "r Kelrlt ""ll luchlo-,,!
" ",. ',. . "" J . --
J; h' '?' ",""'' ",",;n ,s"r', '
' vIMtoil by the me-nbers of llio
City and County llmul Couiiultleo.
I'aol" Is 1 (ported to have Infonnjil
Chairman (Julini mid Hie other mem
(Continued on P.irc 3)
Ti'ino. rn. 111 r.i'iii. Hie ilHoico CPseT
llf Nlcoh'n 1 .Nnigi.i I ngnlnst herjnu
,,-,n, nu, Territorial veterinarian
agulnst whom hhe n'li-ges iho mint?
cnK, IU nbiulo treutmeni wilt bur
hoard tomorrow mainln,
Tim cpbo was set for today beforoj
Judgo Ilnliluson but was istHmcit
nnd as l!i)bliii.i will bo nwuy until
Monda ho transfonel the r.iso toh
Jinge dyit 1
Bulletiil Biulness Office Phone 2585
3uUetin F.ditorlal Room Phone 1851