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m&l',. ' ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4710.
I NEW BRICK IttiT Will
FOREST FIRES BESIEGE
Plant On Way
Equipment and Site For New
Industry Will Total Large
Sum Success Assured
Approximate'' $100,000 wilt be tlio
sum .Involved In establishing llio plant
of I lie Honolulu Iiva llrlck Company
In ho located at Knlnniki and which
is exported to ho In full operation
wllhlii the- course of thrco inoiitlis.
The inticlilnory for tlio plant It now
on I ho nay and wilt ho Installed and
housed on the silo selected liy tlm
proinolerH of tlio enterprise.
II. I.. Kerr, tho architect, who wan
commissioned to inuko n thorough in
vestigation of tho tosslbllllleii of tlio
lava hilck at tlio plant of tlio Ame
rican Clay Working Machinery at Wit.
oimhhy, Ohio, found by personal ex
periments conducted at tho plant,
without outsldo assistance, that lava
could not lio excelled ns material for
'-llino brick inaklnrri Atoinpiirlsmi f
tesls wild two hundred sicclnicns of
material from oilier nrtlons of tho
Internal Revenue Money
Shows Large Increase
For Last Year
There nro four Internal revenue dis
tricts In the United Slates which lust
year collected leas money for the gov
ernment than did Hawaii, according
to the adwiuce icpurt Issued by Unit
ed Stales Collector of Intermit Kevo
nuq ut Washington.
Hawaii now stands In fifth place
from tho bottom, where lust yeur anil
in all .previous years the collection!)
here were ho small that Hawaii was
Thoto districts behind Hawaii lire
South Cnrollnu, Arkansas, New Mex
ico and the district composed of the
States of Alabama and Mississippi.
I'.ven at that tlio district of North und
Houth Dakota collected but u scant
eight thousand dollars more thiin Ha
waii. Hawaii's collections for tlio yeur
were, in round numbers, 1209,000,
wldle for the preceding year they
amounted to 'hut $711,000. This large
Increuso wim diju mostly to the cor
poration tux, which amounted to
Ordinary collection's for nit dis
tricts in tlio United Elates rur the
yeur amounted to more than $203,000,
000, mi Increase of more than $22,
000,000 over collections for tho pre
vious llscal yeur.
This wus the tlrst year of tho cor
poration tax collection and the
moiieyH received from this t.ourco
iiloiie amounted to $21,000,000 and
Aggreguto collections from all
conjees wero over $2S!),000,000 ns
compared with $210,000,000 for I909,
nhowliig an Increase of more than
$i:i,iuiil,000 In the aggregate.
Tuxes collected 011 distilled nplrltu
lor I ho year showed an Increase of
$i:i,ooo,000, and rur beer und other
malt beverages Ihe increuso wus more
I hail $2,000,000.
An Interesting fuel III this ennuee
Hon Is Hint special Mixes collected
Hum I t-lall liUoi' dealeis showed 11
liiusldeliihlo lulllnil lllf ilurlllK tint
isic, )il III" iimiunil of ililfuieiii vii
lj'lltw of hoimi solil luuhvHod lllllld
IIPVPIlilM ileiivwl 10111 liilweeii wits
Still)' Cwisi iinir Hie piuiloiu
U Mm Tub umiMiiinl iur
UillMlUIWil III UttM tf iImii's
United Slates showed that tho lav.i
hrlck wns tho Ii03t In a decided dt
Kiev. Tho special virtues of tlio Hawaii
an lava hrlck, as proved by tho tests
mailo by Mr. Korr, Me duo to tlio fact
Hint tho lava rock carries twelve pop
cent of natural cement and therefore
lias meal bonding ciualltles.
The capacity of Hie plant to bo locat
ed at Kalmnkl will bo 24.000 bricks
per day and It will bo thoroughly
equipped In ovciy respect.
"Tho t lant Unit In now on tho way
to Ilnwall," states Mr. Kerr "wilt ho
paitlcularly adapted to use In our
climate. I made a number of change
In tlio machinery to adapt It to our
conditions; All tlio Iron In the plant
will bo galvanized-where practicable
tiihl 'Mscfiflal pails of the machinery
will ho stronger that Is usually tho
Genial litis Larm Aids
Hotel Employee In Cal
ifornia Queen Contest
California has tin exciting voting
contest lu which n young lady Is to
bo Belected us n queen for an autumn
celebration. Interest of local people
is duo to the fact that Miss I.llllan
Jordan, auditor of the Hotel Manx, of
Sun Frnnctsco, known to ninny for
mer Honolulu guests of that hotel, Is
one of the contestants. Ilcr cam
paign is being managed by Gus Larm,
the genial manager of the Manx
Hotel, who has done so much to make
the visit of tho II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n's travel
party 11 plcusuut one while In Sun
The following clipping from a Cal
ifornia exchange is explanatory of the
success that Mr. Lurm and Miss Jor
dan are meeting with lu the contest.
The contest for Queen California
lias been an exciting one. The second
count brought out tho partisans 'of
Miss I.llllan Joidan in great num
bers. As auditor of the Hotel Manx
she lias n wide circle of friends, in
cluding two very Inliuential ones.
These are Gus Uirm, tho wide-awake
und capable manager of the Manx,
and Mrs. Hurry Perkins, tho cashier.
Lurm lias the reputation or finishing
In lino btylo ,whutevor ho begins in
the, sumo manner; and It Is needless
to say that ho usually'beglns a thing
right. Ah a result of having theso
two campaign mauugers the recent
bullot pint-til Miss Jordan ut the h'end
of tho nice, with nioro than thirty
thousand voles between her und the
nenrest competitor. Incidentally she
won tho piano that was ofTereil ns a
prize Mr leading at this stage or tho
"All. ireiiHiuliig a lock of your
ttiro'H Imlr?" "Nn; I'm trying In
imiU'll it ror lirr Tliufs nil Willis
vlllci Courier-. loui mil
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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TEltRITUP.y
DR. VICTOR CLARK WILL
ARRIVE ON LURLINE
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VKTIUt S. CliAlth. ) .
Coni To Take Position
On Local Board Of
I)r Victor S. Clark will nrrlve on
the I.urllno tomonow to take up his
duties us executive officer or the Ter
ritorial olliird or Immigration, to'
!But Breckons Thought
They Came From
Just because she wore a silk coat
and had on 11 fetching hat Aluxundrii
Kudlnovii Is again before tho court
and bound over to the gland Jury for
violation of the Kdmumls act.
That Is what appearances do, nnd n
keen United Slates Attorney on the
track of evil doers.
Alexandra is the comely ltusslan
girl who wus taken care or by Phoney
Davis several months ago and as
Phoney wus. married at tho time he
Is now under Indictment ror viola
tion of the IMmuiids Act. and his trial
will com iilf early In September.
At tho time, Davis wus Indicted Al
exandra told the history of tier life
with lilm ror two weeks and she was
let go ror giving tills testimony, nnd
tlio piosecutlon was drop'peif.
Slum that time she has been work
ing for u lumlly on King street and
she wus, seen on tho street seveiul
duys ago by United States Allorney
Ilieckomi wearing a natty black tdlk
coat and with 11 becoming hut perrbed
on her head.
The prinucutlng olllcer immediately
Jumped to the conclusion that some
man wus buying this finery ami so
Alexandra wus hailed before Com
missioner Judd to tell about It.
In iiililiessliig llio CommUsloner
)olciduy iifiornniiu llrei'koiis dimv
ulleiitlnii In the ilnery which the girl
was winning us tlm reason slut must
he lending 1111 I11111111111I llio
When iimHlonei us in Ihe 1 lollies
shu wine, llio Mill mild 1 1' or hml cn
Ml tin Iih' ai Hie mIhi'm slti winliwl
Tt) tjlnr of 1 hi1 mumwm for wImim .l
hihIi miI Is h tttiiuuiniMlMr In
Uu' ludMftrt inMu hw nls
mm I W K Imumi tibiw
Or HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUQjST
willed ho wus recently appointed by
l)r. Clark vcus director or tho cen
sus for Hawaii and but 11 lew weeks
ago returned to Washington ut tho
completion or his work n the Terri
tory. While In Wuslilngton lie accepted
the position on tho Territorial Hoard
or Immlgiatlon which wus tendered
lilni here before ho tuft for the const,'
1 aim no win succeed Itlcliard Iiers ns
lovrnnllen 1lia.. ,.t st.n II.... ...I
uvumr win 1 1-( n hut DUIIHI,
Home Rulers Will Put Up
Straight Party Men
Sluie their meeting last night, the
lluuid Itulo leadeir, or, rather, the
meiubeis of tho exu ult.o lomnilt
tee, hiivu decided lo stuud put moro
Ml inly this jeai, with a view to en
tering the political campaign with a
determination to beat ever tiling
and otoibud that stands in thulr
lu other wim ils, thoy wnnt to light
B.'nglo-handed und without tho us
slstuiico or tho other putties.
"No mine tooling with the Homo
Hitlers this )car," Is tho statement
or John A. Iluker, one or tho execu
tive members or the Hume Rule
paity. linker believes In putting up
ror various unices men who luivo
been and uie sill) recognized as tiuo
Home Holers. These men, he said,
will ho nominated ut the conven.
It was reported this foienoou that
Maker would lie sure to get the nomi
nation for .Major oil the Homo Itulo
Hi Let. W'hen asked tills morning
about tlio report, linker 'admitted
that such was tho general opinion
or Home Ituleis 1
"Yes, fclr." Mild ho lu reply lo V
iuition, "I inf itlit mu ns a ruiull
iluli) ror Mil) or uu the lloiiiu Itule
ticket. I inn willing In (i it'iit Hie
nomination Ho rur mm llio Homo
llnlo poly U inn miumI, I uui willing
in ImIiii any nlilin wlHiln llio Milt l
Him IIduim Unit ruiivuMluii,
Hniilliiiird nil Yw I
OlW lltHIMItkJ ltt4lll lNtrl, fttf
Hiwwii jijl Iimh tut- VMti m$ wrt
to straightforward advertising
30, 1910. 10 PAGES.
n 0 0 S 8 V 6 1 1
PUEBLO, Colo., Auir. 30. Colonel
ltcosevelt was a -prominent figure at
the layinp, of the cornerstone of the
new Y. M. C. A. building here to
day. An immense crowd was pres
ent, to which Colonel Roosevelt made
nn appropriate address on the busi
ness in hand,
JERLIN, Oermanyi Ayr
Fifteen new cases of cholei
era ' have
been discovered in .the, suburbs of
the city. Quarantine regulations are
beine; strictly enforced by the au
thorities, KIEV, Aup. 30. Bubonic plague
has appeared in this city. The au
thorities are at work with a deter
mination to arrest any spread of the
0ODEN, Utah, Aug. 30. The for
est fires which have been threaten
ing for some days have now reached
the entrance to Yellowstone Park.
Large bodies of firefighters are working-
day and night to save the park
J0PLIK, Mo Aug. 30. Vice
President Sherman made a lengthy
speech in the mining district today,
Large crowds of miners gathered to
hear him speak on the political
topics of the day. I
BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 00, ,
Drain 08 nnnlyiii, 14i, 1 l2d.s
imiily. S.Olc. l'lcvlom ntiotntion,
Mi, -11 -M -"
II. 0W1'. Ut Wb mti Willi
tmu mm m mtttiu u mm
Secures Place On County Com
mittee By use Of Costa
Proxy Kakaako Protest
In what appears to be 11 plain vio
lation or the spirit of tlio rules of
the Republican party, I-orrln An
drews has succeeded In ohtulnlng a:
place on the county committee, us-,
lug the proxy of Charles Costn, and
lie was present this noon us n mem-'
her of tho committee when the pro-'
test lu connection with the Kakaako
precinct nom.niatlons was taken up
Since Andrews is a candidate for
tlio convention from tho Munoa pro.
clnct, ho would be placed In the po-j
sition or sitting lu judgment as n
member or tlio county committee"
holding a proxy. In appeals or pro
tests that caiuo from the Munoa pre
cinct. " !
lie assumed n prominent part In
the deliberations of the committee
this morning when the Kakaako pio
test was considered, Cohen also be
ing there wl '1 plenty or comment 011
the pioceedliigs i connection with
Ben Lujan Pined But
Appeals To Higher
This morning nt the iiollco court
lieu I.11J.111 was lined 125 nnd costs
for heedless driving or nn automobile.
It appears that a motorcyclist named
Ho I'outo was trailing l.ujan's niitomo
bllo along the Peninsula road and, sud
denly the nuto turned to tho right. Do
I'outo, thinking lie had a chance of
getting past on tlio left side, dashed
ahead and, the motor car coming buck
to that side, Do t'onto lilt it nnd took
a header onto the road. '
Do I'outo sworo that ho wus travel,
ing at tho ruto of about ten miles nn
hour, and that when ho llrst haw tho
auto It wan about 0110 hundred yards
abend or him. As Do I'onto also sworo
that he overtook tho car lu a short
time, it follows that tho motor-cycle
wim going nt u faster clip thun the
auto. However, the mutter went
ugilnst I.ujuu and ho was duel 2u
Charles P. Chllllngwortli. who np-M-ared
for the defemlnat lost his sec
ond caso tor the day, hut nt once np
pealed ugalnst Judgo Amlrailo'a deci
sion. JOHN BROWN
0SSAWAT0MIE, Aug. 30. A
grand celebration in honor of John
Brown was held here today.
John lliowu had a piofoiind untl
p.ith to anything peitalnl'ng to
shivery The gallant defense of (H
Juwatomlo bv John ItrovvU. iiuuliiht
the ito sluverj men, during the
mourn or Align!. IN,10, has been
umcIi year elebrato by Hum Ui
whom his ineniiiry is ileui
John lliowu wmt bom In I kill) ul
Tell your story in plain, simple
words in Bulletin ads and back
your statements with the goods and
you will win and keep the people's
PRICE 5 CENTS.
the nomination or a slate by lha
executive committee of the Seventh
Cohen made a statement In which.
lie declared that the executlvo com
mittee submitted -an olllelal slate
which included some names Hist,
were not even upon tlio slates thati
were placed In nomination, and"
which wero sldctrackcd-'for the se
lection of the executive committee
In the "Interests or harmony." The
whole protest will" be gone Into-ilior-
oughly tomorrow 'evenltlr nt 7:30,
vvtien tho case. w?l be taken Up for'
rornial consideration'. '
Tlio right or 'Andrews to sfc-mioni
the committee as a prox-lfoldor will
alio ome under cunnlderatlcm at thai
sumo time, prevlffiyVlo auy VoIh b
Ing taken. ''XA
rrhnt he should 1 njlbweil to -alt
on tlio tomnilttco as a proxy-holder
Is regarded as n plain violation of
(Continuefi on Paee'2)
DOES IT GO
Korean Committed For.
Trying To Kill
. - '!
over nn hour was taken up at;
tlio police tvurt this morning lu
hearing a case In which 11 Koreanfc
was charged with having tried .to
cut a countryman's heud off with
a tobacco Hitter. Tho caso was an
amusing one, and the complaining
witness' vivid demonstration ns to
how his alleged assailant drugged
him around tho store by the hair?
und then shoved him under thn mlri?
lature guillotine, caused imi'cfi
laughter In court. Olllcer Weed'
quickly suppressed the sniggers a
soon as ho recollected where he was."
Charles F. Chllllngworth appear-?
ed feu- the accused, and lie did not
urcue the ens tntieb. ns It wna4W
htclier court affair, nnd the nrrntul&
was fairly sure to bo rommltte'dSc
Chow Hun, the defendant, had been;
charged with ordinary nuutilt, liut
this morning the churgo was raised '
to assault with a weapon dangerous
Juilgo Andrndo decided to. commit,
tho accused, und he was sent' ftlorigY
to tho Circuit Court. V appears that"
tie two principals in tho nffnlr hsrt,,
made friends slnro the nlleged ui'
sault. nnd that tho nrcused hud ex
pressed a w'l.h to drop tho matter.
SEOUL. Korea. Auc. 30 Tlm .U.
ppied Emperor today met the ipe'.
(in! delecaticn of Jannnrse from To.'
klo and decora'cil the Jnpiweso min
uter, lerauctu, ami other notables, '
(BnrsUl II til let 1 11 (hibltl
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