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ESTABLISHED 1832. NO. 4703.
10 PA0E3 HONOLULU, TEKIUTORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, AUOUof 22, 1010. 10 TAOES.
MICE 5 CENTS.
BY J. P:
H ti9 H
1 "WIT"' ' -
WORKING OUT DEFENSES FOR HAWAII
BTOKANE, Wash.', Aur. 22. Over
one hundred persons arc known to
have penshed and a larj;e number
ntc rotaing as a result cf the forest
Jhes now raging in the Northwest.
A number of towns in Idaho that
ntc in the pith of the onrushing
flames have been abandoned, the in
habitants fleeing to the south with
what few household goods they can
More troops have been ordered
rushed to the fire section to awist
in subduing the fires if possible.
WASHINGTON,-"!). C, Aug. 22.
The Government has been notified
that the fires now destroying mil
lions upon millions of feet of valu
able lumber, as well as lives and
tewns, arc incendiary.
T. K. K. Officers See
No Reason For
The ofllccra of tlio palatial Japanese
liner Tcnjo Mnru scout tlm Idea of
tlio Toyo Kltjcii Knlsha omitting Ho
nolulu iih n poic of call, ik'HpItu tlio
many alarming riiinorH to tlio con
trary coming from S.m Francisco an
well im Japanese .snurec.4.
Tlio Tcnyo M.iril urrlvcil on tlio purl
from Hau Francisco at daylight. Tlio
easel fnllfil tu connect with I'rcsl
dent Slilr.clshu nnd VI en Pienlilcnt
Ol.a of tlio Japanese llnu who wore ex
pcclvil would ruliirn to Japan by tlio
Thuso ufllelalB havo visited Now
York ami Washington In thu liitciostn
of the T. K. K. General Malinger Av
ety of tha Japanese rctnmshlp com
pany accompanied them on their Im
portant IiiihIiickh mlsBlon.
"Tlio T. Iv. K. Ih pahl a Hiilmlily anil
ii gciiornua one lit that, In tlio opera
tion of ItH licet of steamers," Hinted
i.ic ufi'i'lu1 cnnimcted wllh tl.o com
pany thin morning. Another thine
that hIioiiIiI not ho overlooked Ih thu
I'actthnt whenever a lino tlio mugnl
tudo and liiiportanco of the Toyo ICIs
en Knlsha secures a subsidy It will
never lot go ItH hold ijpon thu regular
itmlltanrn unlet.'! turret! to do no by
tlm cuIIIiik off of Hi miui'co of supply.
Tlio one. main reason that the T. K. K.
'Ilnnra have continued to call at Ho
nolulu la bocnuso of tlio hnndsomu
mi'isHleu pal.' for the carrvlng of
mulls In and Horn Japan. Thurc are
loughly speaking seventy thousand
Jai.nl 030 lealdi-r.'s In tuo llanullvi
Iflamls. A largo percentage of sup-
pi lea for those people nro produetH of
or miidii In tlio home country. Tlm T.
Iv". K. liners havo all along carried a
latge hulk of HiIh freight hot ween
Jaiiauesn portH and Honolulu.
"Anothei argument against tlio pns
rllilo retirement of.tho JnpaneBo liners
from tlio Honolulu. run Is that tlio out-wnrrt-boitnd
vessels many tlmea rui
ry aa high an from throo lo four hun
dred JapancDu lo their imllui land.
"It is more than likely Hint during
the busy pea on especially when llieio
Ib a itumanil for a speedy movement of
either lea or Bill;, tlio larger anil fast
er BteumerH may ho diverted from Ihe
(Continued on Page 3)
All tlio gamblers nt I In pollco court
Ihln morning forfeited thnlr hall In
pirferenco to facing Judge Andrado.
The total amount of money forfeited
wan Itin, and tlm county Is that much
bettor off now.
Annlo II. Mrflciwnit was today grant
oil a itlvoico from her liiiHhaiiil Oeorgo
Mcdonnn on the ground of non-suu-
Ready To Act
Cohen and Andrews Is
mo ocmpuiemH in o.uuniay uo-
IlirO (HO IffMllllllleail 'lerrilorilll i:nll-
tral Committee havo produce! n Min.'
Ballon In political circlet, with tho
AnilrowM-Ciilion coniblmitloii on thu
defensive endeavoring to cxpl.ilu
away a draft for 8U0--tlio ad.ula.
slon having been finally wrung from
Coliou that ho had paid thli aiiiouut
to AndrowB for "pei-Bonal wrc.
rrioay nigiu. in reBH,nbO to tlio
inrvv .(.ivciiuii .it iiuiruiiiii Aiitiu-
ton. Cohen stated that Andrews had
no er urawn it itrnii upon mm ror
any purpose. This lio stated pul-
lively and without riuallllcaUni. I
in respond ton iiuostlon from At-
kliiwin, Andrews nmdo the .B.imo
ttiiteuicnl, aaylng thnt ho had nevorat tho meet.lg of tho Territorial
received money from Cohen Inaliy'Cuntml Committee at . o'clock this
Salurduy, upon a witness slntlng
that he had been u letter, presented
by Andrews to tho bank, contain.
Ing authorization by Cohen for tho
SliOQ draft, both Andrews and Co-
hen turned nhinit and ndmMcd Unit
Sprcckcls Hstatc To Turn
Over Land For Street
Deed for 4liu property between
0.ueen and Merchant streets belong
ing to tho Sprcckclu estate and which
Is needed lor the extension of Illaliop
street, has been appro ed by Attorney
Thurston, representing tho Hprcckcls
Tho deed has bcon sent forward lo
Ban Francisco for tho Hlguntuie of
Kmlolph Sprcckcla and as mioii :u Ibis
deed Is received back from the conttt
tho buildings will bu removed und tho
Twenty thousand dollaia Is tl.c
iimount Involved In ncqulrlmi the
Sprcckula property nml for this s.'in
tho estato agrees to take the httlldlnim
off the land.
Thu amount paid for this pioptrly
will bu considerably loss than llnu
for tho land aciiulind botween ,Mo -clmnt
and King stroot, wlilc'i cost
S30.000, besides which buildings I .id
lo lip removed.
For $20,000 SprooknlH agrees to 10
move nil biilldinga on tho land and It
Is ostlmnled that thla leumval will
cost in tho neighborhood of 10,0(10,
The gnrago and building occupied
by rlchiiman & Co., bosldcu some
wooden structures urn In tlio way of
tho extension and will be removtd.
It is ostlmated that within blxty
duyu from the time tho deed is signed
conveying tlm properly to the Terri
tory thu hulldlngB will ho removed
and Iho ttticct extension commenced.
Recrrlary K. A. Mott-Smlth lias
mado a complete compilation ot all
territoilal, municipal nml county elec
tion laws and has had the compilation
pilntcd. In pamphlet lorm ready for
distribution to election inspeitora and
Tho compilation contains complete
references lit adjudications of election
matters which have been taken to tho
, courts to decide and will bo a front
help to thouu for whom it hi Jeai-ucd.
$500 Draft BylTi,,N,5r"-
mo s.iuo urntt was a reality, nui
"V.ia rnr -lirrsititll nortlinu"
,u, , ., K.v,...
When AtMntun nr.ked tbom lo ex
plnln tho discrepancy In their ttnle-
menu, Jhey both declared that they
understood Atklmon-B Muesllon or
tho night before to havo meant a
"draft of S5U0 for
This l,ey denied, and the actual
iiuniisEtm ot tlio ssoo for "pcikonal
was only secured when Iho
wlliies told ot teeing the letter uu-
thorUHis tho diaft by An.lrowi upon
In vlc' of the conclusive cvldcnco
In rupporl of tho rliarcra made, it
hi helleVed (.racll-ally cerlnln that
afternoon tlio (ommlllcu will voto
to doclaro tho olllce held by Andrews
to be vacant. I
The evidence adduced has proven
to he more astniimllhg In regard tit
tho duplicity ot Andrews than wasl
. Continued on Pace 4. 1 '
Caplain Wall Has M n
Taken Up For
Compllcalloiis nro nrlalng through
a nmulicr ot people salving the coal
that ban been spilled out ot the
wrecked ship llelga. Captain Wall,
or tlio vessel, this morning swore out
a warrant ror tho nrro.it nt M. I. till
va, who is alleged to havo brought
some or tho coal lo tho beach.
Tho charge laid against Hllva is
that ot larceny in the first degree, nnd
when ho comes up tor trial the mat
ter ot who Is the owner or tho coal
w bu decided. At picsant i.e cap
tain or. the llelga claims that the coal
is ills, and that bo bad never aband
oned tils Hhli that Iho ship Ib brok
(ii up and the bottom fallen out or
her, dots not :ecm to worry tho mas
tcr, who is alleged lo havo piled hot
i.p through Ignorance.
- "I Ml lor K voiil ng II 11 1 lot 1 11.
Will you pluaso allow mo a Binall
space In your paper to nnswer uu
artl lo publ het in Iho Adortlbor
dated August 22, 1010, In which I
am accused us a smuggler and of
having built a number ot bouts tu
pack coal ashoro?
"I wish to ask whooer muilo such
a statement that a number of boats
wero built by mo, to pleaso bo a
gentleman unco In his lira nml. speak
tho truth, tor. 1 have built only olio
small raft to pack homo coal from
the bottom or the sea to tho shop.
And I iiIfo with lo state that I rail
ed on Mr. K. II. Hendry, V. S. Mar
ehal, and asked Mm a civil ques
tion, which I, as an Amorlinu citi
zen, am entitled lo do. That ques
tion was, lr ho had any kuowlcdgo
whother Mr. Ilreckons or ho hlmseir
hud blgned any papers giving thu
county polPo department any power
to go out to the .coal p 0 now lying
mil in tho sea ion niiikiki iicacu nnu majned fightinc to the Inst. there blng no contest by any of tho
drive people away from takJng any, Jos, Estradili brother of General heirs Thu estate umountod to 1107.
coal. My rcawn tor asking mieh Ju(m E&tra(lai iaM been proclaimed W IR In iK-isonal property and $50..
was because do not believe that Pretident 0f Heunited Nicaragua. ,05u In real estate
the county pollco havo any Jurlsdlc-I . . i ,
(Continued on Pace i) SW"Fr Rent" cards or. sale t Mf-OULLETIN ADS PAY'VS
TON, August 13,
sflicniu. for tlio dcfcii
Hawaii Is b-ln(j put lulu, concrete
foim by Iho (JiiailuriiMstcr General.
Alter I'lc.ddcnl Tall had liistrurted
Iho Nuvy and War departments a yeir'
ngi, as cxcliitlvu'y tniioiiuceil In "Tlio 4
Hxninlncr." Unit Hawaii must ti
iiiadc the great ett of Amorlcin navnl
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i'l-vn. in:it' l-U iimiiuiviiluzi Willi
Imws. llieio wmo cniifcrvncca with
' ""t ''-, '"""f. f '"''
"celal Murr.iy lit the Head
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llilnr-K mmi miviiiirv Thei- nrn- i
i-iri i-.r.... '(,,.,. r i,ii ir.u,
J, Ji ",ira,,:r " cht m llerv.'
,.,.., ,, resilm.t or mora of IIrIiI
,.,llrW ' .
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- ,,,,,,.,. , )nw , , Tho W(ir do.
Ipiirtment Is closirijf Ihe door agilnst
srl)rheg aml ,11ft, IiihiwIciIru of tho
1i1.11.,r,,1.lll 1. I'u.rrndtMMInl'that lla.,462.sn va mil' Into tho hluklnc fulifl'sale nrlec of theso homesteads waa
W11ii .iulil fAlf '! a ndleii lamllm:
r an mi-my.
11,11 thu OuartermnBfr-tlcneinl Is
makliur Hi,- iireii.iratlonu for the lions.'
log r at least a regiment of cat airy
nml six or huu-ii light Intlerles iin,
tho Islands. Uo his (Ouo.uuo with
which lo carry tut his plans.
Theio two plans uhen iraliz'd will
inaho Hawaii, both us a nival base
rumiia cuaui u.-ieiou siuiitui, us bjiu iia
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Jt v"lll"l, llKMllj.in , 1, lull, 11, lu ill
tho Territorial Henate. would hao Iho
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,n ,hocomm,lllUy 0.Klst.u ,JIi1b Ilolnl.
nation 10 ilepul.llcan plntrorm aro1 bl"v0 "10 puniuatiou overai uays
those Intoiesled In Iho llmior business. R ' tllu u I I 0 1 1 11 ot Iho Oov
wli'i hao found that "Ihey cannot ernor's Btnleincnt that requests for
hundlo mo." I precinct changis should be made at
It would seem, however, from tho 'once, tovornl such ro(iieats havo
leims or a htntemunt mnde (his mom- been received.
lug by John Wnlcihnuso that Cohen is As a result of this request it Is
destined to Include romo others with- pprobnblo thut there will bo now
In tlio ranks or Iho opKjsltlon. Ipicclncts at Watertown and Wahl-
"Mr. Cooko am) myseir have no In- awa, on Oaliu, and nt Kawaibau, on
tentlon of Bupiiorllug Cohen," stated llaw.-H.
Mr. Wiiteiliousi) this morning. "Mr. I Tho boundaries of tho ninth and
Cohen piobahly knows Mils himself,
In fact, ho couldn't stand for his iionil-
'llieio was no qiiallllcilloii In tho
stalcniout iniulo and theroforu Cohen's
ambition ror tho Territoilal Semite Is
going in hao 11 nmgh and thorny
path even lliongli uirrtn AiuirewH ih
earning bis money ns an active work
rfNF.W flTlTEANS. T.n.. Anir. 22
Man(1(;Ua rcr,0rtd fallen. Dr.
Md . lhc nrovincial president, re-
In Public Lands
--'Receipts Over $82,000 In Excess
Of Preceding Year Total '
Interesting ngures arc vontnlncd
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( lfu ,-lH,ri WIIKIl Will lU 1"-
nP,ii , w, Bin l.v flnvnmnr
Iirpap (n (io Inn(, ,, ,lcro ,
llnwil. cspcilally of tho .work donol
I"B '" l'- J""-
Tho cxniillliiii of tho land of-
"eo lor llio iweivo moiuiis cnuins:
wllli June 30 Inst aiiiouiiteil to SI 4,-1
101. un, which was vbizi.n more
"'an for tho' previous year.
Itccclnls for the ear wcro 131B.-
923.(13 which waa an Increase of1
ss2,K08.30 over tho twclvo provlous
Fmm Iho prneecda of sales, til),-
lo nav for Tcrrltor.lil bonds. S23
I I0.C3 used for tho purrhano of land
neo.led for untitle iiuriioses. mid S8.-
"Th in snt nl,l , conslrii-t liomo-
o tho lfll homesteads disposed ot
Governor Will Issue One
Governor Frear la buay ttxlny pro-
IMIIIIIK II IIIIFVIUIIIIIVUMI IUI IHO iu-
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n,l',m ot ,"T !'"" w "c" nro
lo bo mado boforo thu coming gen-
tenth pieclncts on Maui will bo
changed to ton form with the change
'mado In Iho districts theio by the
aIbo, there will bo a change In
t10 ,0iindnilrs or tho rourleonth or
lll0 nmii aml ot t(l0 hXth, ninth and
tcIlll) ,lf t)l0 fomt, dfctrlct or Oalm.
I Theio Is a requost for chango of
tho polling place of tho northern
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1 pari or noiiiu ituu 10 me nnum, him.
' tho polling place or tho lentil on
I Maul Is requested to bu changed to
in moro central location,
REAL ESTATE MEN
Ileal estato men or tho rlty will
bold forth this evening at the Com
mercial club, they with other business
men having been Invited lo a dinner
given In their hnnui by tin Kaimukl
Uiml Company. Ml. Charlo A. Stan
ton, mnnngor of the Kalmul.i Uind
Co , will bu Iho host ot tho occasion.
Will or tho lato (Icorgo C Iiecklny
was adinlllrd to pnilialu this mornlng'lay. was up bclorn the District Court
durliig tho )enr. eloven went to
,IIH.TH.llllt IlllllJ-lltll l I'lrrillKHi-.! ,,,n t-l,....! .....I .uuutA.l I. ....Illnv
lot t.. It. wall,..-. ,..! r1,..r...n.. tot1 " ls,"u' ' "",, ' yy,,,lP,l .'" M,,"n?
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Slnco tho land act of 18D5 was
P " 'P t Hi" tlmo ot tho
new Organic Act. there wcro dla.
puHcii oi ss.iu iioiiicbivuuii,
totul, 11UD wont by rllht of pur-
eunse, uvi uy special iiuiui-siu.iu
agreement, all.'i homcBtcad Ic.iBesand
13U cash freehold.
Tho aggregate area of theso homo-
steads was 89,40C.r,T acres, which
gavo an averaga slin of 40.09 acres.
Tho nggrcgato vnluo that Is. the
SC39, 468. lfi, and tho real valitc Is
probably scvctul times that amount.
Ily nationalities, thoso who ob
tained these homoktcads wcro: 11a
wallans, 1021; Portuguese, fil4j
Americans, 4.".0j others, 212.
OF HIS WIFE
Jcp:;;csc Tries to Murder
But His Effort
This morning nt 9 o'clock a Japan
eso named (ienko, who resides on
Maiinakea street, attempted to kill IiIh
wife by cutting her throat. Tho un
fortunate woman Ih in tho Queen's
hospital, nnd tho husband Is conllned
at tho police station. Tho Injuries to
tho woman, although scrlouB, aro not
thought to no rami, ana sno win re-
cover II not too wcakcued by loss ot
It appears that Ocnko has been III
tor some tlmo past, and ho has had
delirious spells. It wns during ono
or theso that ho sat up In bed nml,
glaring nt his wife, who was attend
ing him, dragged a nuor-llku knlfo
from beneath bis pillow and slashed
tho woman's throat across. Fortun
ately tho cut was n trlllo high, and
tho wound Inflicted ran along the jnw
bono of tho wife, Instead of lower
down where tlio Jugular voln -Aiu.ld
havo been encountered.
Tlio womnn screamed ror help, nnd
wrestled with her entry husband;
nho dually was able to grab lb" Knlfo
'ami then ran (rnni tho room
collapsed from loss of blood shortly
ntterwuriU, and tho pollco patrol wag
on took tier to the hospital lor treat
Them bad been no previous trnublo
botween (Ienko nnd his wlfu but hn
had acted In 11 strange fashion at
limes. These Inpses were put down to
tho lllnesH from which hn suffered,
but It wns not thought then that ho
Tbn woman Is progressing ns well
as ran be expected, und she will re
cover lr no complications set in. (Ien
ko is In a roll at the police station,
and ho will, ir declared Hane by tho
medical men, bo charged with attempt
to murder. If proved to bo Insane the
unfortunate man will be committed
to tho asylum.
Yuen Iiy. who miIi) a hat on Sun-
mis morning ucii nan to pay a
lino or to In order to squani things,
and he promised not lo do nny such
thing In thu future.
(let high-ball soda from l.eltbcad
und Woodward, pUouu SST.
LONDON. Aug". 22. The' British
warslup Bcdfoid is reported wreck
ed and a total lou. Eighteen of those
on board wcte drowned.
The llcdford was In Honolulu liar'
bor at tho time tlio V. S. army trans
port Sheridan ran nshoro nt (liiaran-
that rsicl Inln deep wnlcr.
Sir Hiljier Leaves Scrvicefcl
fir UiinpRP finvprn.
mpnf .' 1
Sir W. Illlllcr, who ror n num;
bor or cars past has been a valued
advisor lo tho Imnerlal Chinese Gov
ernment. Is returning home to ling- '!
land, his services hnvlmr been dls- ' l
pensed with us ;i result or tho policy . jH
now going Into effect under tho nowvrJ
administration or affairs In the 3
1'iowory Kinguoiii. L
Sir Illlllcr paid a very brief vlult
to Honolulu on Sunda). Ho waa
ueru less inuu iour uours a pausen-
ger uy the jiipanet,o liner Nippon
Mnru, which arrived at tho Alakea
.,.,, u, ,,,111.11 ,,i,,,vi uv ,11" i.iunva
wharf ten minutes before 12 o'clock Ji
nnd sailed tor San Francisco prompt
ly at 3 o'clock. -
Sir Illlllcr Is accompanied by I.ady
llilller. Tboy havo been residents
ot China ror a hmg period. As an
olllcl.il clo.-e to tl),'i throne. Sir Illl
llcr has 00 -M pled a highly rcsKtnslbla
position v.llli tho administration.
It has been tho policy ot Into to
slowly hut 110110 tho less surely elim
inate tho foreigner from thu nctive
iiartlelnatloii In the administration
f rfalrn of .state. With tho educaj
,i0I, ()f t, ,,rlu.CH Hndvtho constant
acnulroincnl of modern lenrnlnc nnd
Ideas, 11 number or foreign heads M
havo fallen under tho omclnl guillo
tine, It being claimed that outolds
assistance and itdvlco Jn tho govern
ment or tho great cmplro around
Sir llilller possesses tho distinc
tion or not only being a dlplomnt of
much nolo, but he also Is tho author
and compiler or an Kngllsh-Chlnesfi
dictionary that bus been recoguitarl
by scholars, us a standard authority
Tho Nippon Maru brought a .half
dozen pasiengers to Honolulu1, who'
will slop over hero for n brief visit.
Klgbty-three tons ot Oriental cargo
wero left al tho port. - '
Among tho other through passen
gers waa Mrs. M. Janitor, ,wlfejof
tho licensed Lieutenant Jannoy'ot
tho I'liltcd Slates army, who com
mitted suicide by shooting himself
ns a result nt a quarrel- with ls
wire, who was awitsed or too Intl
moto relations with Colonel Ames,
now BtntlonVd nt Fort McKlutey,
Philippine! Inlands. ,, t
Mr. and Mis. F. Pu llola ot MaulfjJ
who haci been Idelilllled with' th'e '
Maul Agriitturat plantation, havo SJ,
irtiiriicil (icini a visit to tho Far
Dr. (5. W. Halo Is a nmllcal au:
thorlt) who has been on uu extend
ed lour or tho Fast. . ,.
W. Manes, a woll known manu-1
facturor of porcelain from New York'
State, was a through passenger who
mado n hurried visit to polnta of In
terest In und around Honolulu.
Thero wero seventeen cases on tho I
police court calendar this morning '
unit r. til v fin if i twilit . (ir.i Ifn titKlt w t
'" VIVHII " tVl n IV bUVMtl M
uncubes. . in. m