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TWO SECOND-HAND AUTOS SOLD
fom 8 Frsnelicoi
China, Wlllielfnlnn MuylC
For 8,in Franclscol
Honolulnn Mny 12
Zenhiiidlu Mny 20
Mariana Mny 2.1
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
PEEDY ACTION ON
( Aftnorlntwl I'icss CaM)
CL PASO, Tex., Mny 10. After sov
entytwo hours' fighting the Mexican
rebel forces today took complete pos
Ke&eion of the tpvvn of Juarez, gaining
one of the mont important and sifinlfi
cant victories of the entire revolution.
Cenrral Navarro, head of the federal
troops, was forced to surrender after
many of his men had been killed and
the strongholds of the city were in the
hands cf the enomy, commanded by
Generals Blanco and Oroico.
Colonel Garabaldi of the revolution
icti received General Navarro's sur
render In person at tho military bar
racks, over which floated a white flag
to warn the still-fighting antagonists
that the battle was over and the can
nonading should cense.
It Is estimated that during the battle
100 were killed and 250 wounded.
Juarez has besn decided upon by
General Madero, the rebel leader, as the
provisional capital in the republic he Is
retting up to oppose that headed by
TOWN OF AGUA PRIETA
f Asnool.it fil Vromn CabitO
DOUGLAS, Ariz., May 10. Unable to
stand ntjainst the persistent attack of
the rebels, the federal troops at Agua
Prieta today evacuated tho town and
aro marching towards Mermosillo.'
AHMY AVIATOR IS
KILLED BY A FALL
(AnorlatMl PrcflR Ciblo.)
CAN ANTONIO, Tex., May 10.
Lieutenant Kelley, a member oF the
army corps of aviators on the border,
wns killed today in a fall from an aero
ON . TO ENSENADA .
(Klieelal Hill let In Cable )
TIA JUANA, Mex., May 70. The
Insurgents ore preparing to attack
AGUA PRIETA DESERTED
DOUGLAS. Art,. May 10. Port
N.ico Is closed and Agua Prieta de
serted as the result of the rebel vie.
Ilecauso of the falluro of Iho I-es-
Islaturo to make provision for tho eii-j teachers trained along the most niod
laigenieut of school buildings, tho Do- ern lines of pedagogical thought I
purlnient of Public Instruction after may say that I have already In the
Julv 1st tho beginning of tho new service koiiiu teachers who are gradu
biennial period when tile now school ales, of this Institution, and they nru
law becomes etTectlvo will llinl Itself .among tho best In tho district
lu tho position of being able to ungagu. "
ns many leucners an uecessary inn'
without accommodation for the dill-,
While provision Is niado for tho
construction of a number of new and
modern school buildings, thcro Is no
mi, t. it tin it r.!iii bo iisoil for nihlltioim
to the bulhllugs now lu service. The
Couniy or aijiiii is inu oniy political i
siibdUlslon of (ho Territory that es
caped and tho Department of Public
Instruction will have, money available!
to ho devilled lu tho purpose named'
on Maul. I
It has hecn proposed that tho Ouliu
supervisors ho asked tu provide fuudu
for tho necossary additions to IocjI
school. . Practically all of tho build
Inrs aro now overc.iowded and unless
they can be Indented In tdzo Iho pro
visions for an lucreiiBed touching
torce will have Ita benefits materially
The Department of Public Instruc
tion Is now at work on the problem
und It Is pinbablo that Iho appeal to
tho BiiporvUore will be made.
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Kuhio Stays To
In Plans arid Postpones
Delegate Kuhlo's openly-declared
war on Governor Froar lini led to a
sudden change In his pinna, and when
the liner Sierra willed for Hie Coast
IhlB morning Kulilo wax nut allium:
Hie passengers. Investigation led to
the discovery that liu has given tip
hit) plans for n dash to Washington
now and will slay In Honolulu until
Although tho Delegate Is unwilling
to dlsous3 tho subject openly, he does
not deny that ho will Hlay In Hono
lulu to continue IiIh light against
Froar'n leappolntmciit. Ah he Htnto't
In an interview In tho 11 ti Me tin
yemenia, no win uu uis uesi lu ui-i
teat blear, and It was duo to Ills de-
ui.n in .mi i,tu i.u.,,1 i.i.HK fnr iiiinpi;
' VT,r T.'l " efeTreT hfil bteVt'rlSl'anurHa1
mlllng for two week,,. When see,, a. waf,X 'hat rl ce So w HI V,
,ls rosldcnco this morning, tho l'rlnco J,.0,, "" I,, -0 tolSf ,- KWi?p 1. llSv
lecllned to make public Just what " BW,I!L', ?" rf" ii'i. . no.
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mi-no urine air, inn u in uiiumii;
f liuiiiiu oil cuiiyillg litem inn an
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Kuhlo's attack on the Governor han
been seized at onco by the Dcnu)-
llll I! HIGH SCHOOL REOPENS,
M'CLUSKY AT HELM; WITNESS
IIII.O. May 8. The Illlo High School
reouened today, with Supen Islng Prill-1
dual JlcClnskey at the helm. ile-
Cliikkey will take no classes, lint will
Include the Institution iimung tlio
schools which lire already under lilt
motherly wing. Jlrs. Terry will teach
tho Classen In Kugllsb, while Mlsi Ks
ther l'oineroy will ti-acli science. Miss
Sundry returned last Wednesday from
Honolulu, and Is resuming her old du
ties. McClusUey opened the school with a
short address to Hie pupils, about as
"it has fallen to my lot to reopen the
llilo High School. In my capacity as
supervising principal I shall b your
olllchil bead ilutIV tho Department of
Public Instruction shull have found a
Plans for Future.
That the uecessnry teachers may bo
recruited within the district, I want
a high school In Illlo of tho very best
tyii". presided over In the various de-
nartments which a high school has by
Call ISSllCtl fOI MCCtilltJ Of
The first gun of Hawaii's campaign
for publicity at Iho I'annina-I'aclllo
exposition will bo (lied on May 211,
when tho exposition commissioners,
named by Clovornor Frcnr will mcot'
in Honolulu lo discuss Iho plans lor
llio next three years.
Chalrmun II. 1. Wood of tho com
mission has Issued a call for a meet
ing at iilnu o'clock on Iho morning
of Monday, Juno 29. Tho commis
sioners will coino from all over tho
Territory. One hus been named from
each Island hejldos Chairman Wood.
I Tho commissioners nro John Hughes,
IN TWO WEEKS
14 PAGES. HONOLULU,
crats as political capital and tltoy aio
nuking tho most or It. Seeing a
chance for a rift in Republican ranks,
they aro huslly rnileavorlifg to widen
It. j. I. McOundless, the late un
successful Democratic candidate for
delegate, la not overlooking any bets
do rim,' the present Hurry,
"I am and have been surprised to
find that Kulilo could stand so loin:
to have all these things ruhhed lulu Stutkable, Imt lie does not Mute that
him, In the way they liavo rnlilied Ills retirement from the olllee of Terrl
Inlo tihri In tho nust." said McCaml- torlal Treasurer Is because of the, fact
less this morning.
Although thcro Is yet plenty of
time before tho next election comes
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..,..,' ror nnri(.er ntr, cell, for Iho
Pi''K " nnoincr niriihgio tor lue
'". They aro Inclined to think
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, lltlk ..' inunc i Pi,n'U !
The rumor was current In town yes
(Continued on Page 2)
'During my supervision of It tlm
Illlo 1 1 lull School comes under tliesnmn
rules and regulations as the other
schools of my district. I have no com
plicated code. The common law of so
clety Is the established rule. I shall
enforce that rule that every pupil
and tencuer may be undisturbed In the
pursuit of knowledge.
"A record will be Kept of each teach
er and pupil In the school. It will h
a ncord, not only of your ncademla
attainments, but of your personal
eiiutlou as well. Your general con
duct at school and lu the community,
your personal appearance nud bearing,
your nttltude towards teachers, pupils
and school property, ami the scoro of
other things which constitute 'the ways
that win and the arts that please' makii
what Is termed your personal equa
tion, nnd It will llguro prominently In
Libel Suit Aniwer.
Tho Advertiser yesterday morning,
through Attorney I.elllnud, tiled Its an
swer to the complaint brought against
It by Mrs Compton In her libel suit
for tlf.OOO damage Attorney Lorrln
Andrews of Honolulu Is the Gazette
AniZV- riS TlS groimds "J
the demurrer are ns follows-
(Continued on Page 6)
of Oahu, ,T M. I.ydgnto of Kami
N. S. Wllllnmr, of Maul and C.
Wright, of Hawaii.
At this meeting plans will be ar
ranged for Hawaii to begin work
eaily on Iho exhibit that will bo sent
from the Territory lo I lip great San
Francisco fair. However, tho com
mittee will nlso discuss plans for get
ting publicity In connection with the
fair advertising. Ono sclionio has
been suggestod of placing a represen
tative of Hawaii In tho bureau of pub
licity that tho San. Francisco man
agement will maintain.
Mr. Wood expects to leave early in
June for tho coast and will confer
with tho Sim Francisco management
and coinpleto whatever arrangements
can ho decided uihiu thus early In the
IS RESULT OF
Is A Sales Force For Business Progress
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1911. 14
CITY CLEAN-UP DEMA
OF MEXICO NEARE
I). 1j. Conkllng, tbo Territorial treas
urer, In planning to sever IiIh connec
tion with the government service and
return to private life.
Conkllng was appointed by Governor
Frear after the legislative session of
HJOsl, when the Senate refused to eon- -
llrm the leappolntinent of A. J. Camp-! condemning, the apathy of tho city
bell to the ottlce. Should he continue. M1 n tMut tu CImct )ro)t.r building
to hold olllco for bis full uppolnted regulations, und giving a recital of In
terni. Colliding would remain conilder- ..unitary conditions that is nlmosl op
ably after the expiration of Governor ,,au,g, the special committee named
Frenr'a term, which terminates on De- llt ,,,,,. ,.,,, ,eetlllB April 21
Celllber 18 next. t ImeMlL'.ite luinlle health imeHtlulls
Coukllng lias been, mentioned
successor to Collector of the
Conkllng lias been, mentioned as a
that bo Is considered u pmslblu suc
cessor to the Incumbent of the U. S.
Ileforo Ids appointment as trvi surer,
Conklliig was chief elerk In tin Gov
ernor's ottlce and during his tern, of
service In both olllceflm" niadu nil ox
eelli lit record
(Special liu I let In Catde.)
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10. Scores
In the big leagues today were:
Philadelphia Philadelphia 0, Pitts.
Brooklyn Brooklyn 3, St, Louis 4.
New York New York 11, Chicago 1.
Boston--Boston 7, Cincinnati 5.
Cleveland Cleveland 0, Boston 0.
Detroit Detroit 2, New York C.
Chicago Chicago 9, Washington C.
St. Louis St. Louis G, Philadelphia 8.
WHARF TAX MAY
COME UP TODAY
Chamber of Commerce Trus
tees Likely to Consider
The shippers' wharf tax may again
be brought Into the limelight by the
Chiiniber of Commerco trustees nt their
r.iriile ,ii,mt l,le Ineelflll- tlllM nfter-
noon. It In understood thut one of the1
irntee win brim- 00 Mie tnntier. with
u request for an expression of opinion
from the chamber.
Some tine ugo the Merchants-Asso-
elation beld a s.-cclal meeting nnd took
the matter up. the contention being
Some time ugu tho Merchants' Asso-
that some Idea should bo given the
merchants contributing to this special
fund as to the purposes fur which It
Is being used, und that the associa
tion should be represented on the ship
pers' committee. The Merchants' As
sociation appointed a committee to
'confer with the shippers, but so far
the two conferences have failed to
reach n definite agreement. A good
deal of time has parsed and the report
.Is due lit nuy time.
1 l.lttle Is to como before the Chamber
of Commerce trustees this afternoon.
A report will bo nindo by tho legisla
tion commute?, telling of tbo work
done by the comuiltteo of tbo combined
commercial bodies during tho session of
the Legislature that
hns lout eloseil 1
una just liosiii,)
This report will be Interesting, ns It
i.lll ulimi. tliA ot.afeut ltllAi 14 Aim m-ii
mercla. bodies on various ,'iroposedl
bills, ns published In the newspapers
from tlmo to time during the session.
SAN FHANCISCO, May 10. nects:
88 nnalyHls, 10s. 7il.: parity, -1.23c,
Previous quotation, 108. 7 1-til.
BULLETIN SERVICE TO CLASSIFIED AD USER
Wants Instant Sanitary Won
Needed For A
i Honolulu has mudo Its reiiort to
President li A. Hermit of tho Oahu
Central Improvement Club, which cull
ed the mass meeting. The report was
presented yesterday afternoon, after the
special committee hud concluded mure
than two weeks of hard work.
The report tells of the Investlgitlnns
curried on by the committee, which
consists of Colonel J. II. Soper, At
torney C. W. Ashford and Dr. A. 11.
Clark. A clear resume of conditions.
uncovered Is contained In thu report, as
well ns some recommendations for spe
cllle needs. While contlnlng Itself
mainly to a recital of the facts, the
committee also takes occasion to point
out how soma of the conditions may
be slopped, If prompt action Is taken
by the Hoard of Health and the city
The city Is scored fur negligence In
falling to pass a building ordinance
that will prevent dangerous and Insnn
Itary tenements, and It Is declared that
If tho citizens of Honolulu generally
realized the conditions that prevail In
such sections as I'alama, Kakaako and
others, there would bn an Instant reac
tion nud the passage of adequate laws
to protect ttie health of tho city.
The Hoard of Health Is also crltl
elzed somewhat for the conditions that
HEALTH BOARD ASKS PENAL
SUMMONS FOR LIGHTFOOT
BECAUSE OF HARBOR SWIM
Presldent Mntt-Smllh of the Terrl-i
turl.it Hoard of Health this morning
requested City und County Attorney
Cathcart to prepare u penal summons
for Hert Llghtfoot, who went swim
ming In tho harbor contrary to tho
regulations Issued by the heulth board.
The health authorities huvu decided
that the recommendations of Dr. Cur
rle will be rigidly enforced und thut
there will be no relaxation of the local
'luaianiine restrictions unui iiurij
days fiom the time of tho last cholera
case It Is now uiieen nays since un
just case was discovered, which means
ini" n hi m- ""..,,,,. . 7. .
i swimming Is allowed at Walklkl or In so ' ...is for thirty
j tin, harbor I cholera t.ise.
that It will be fifteen days beforu
"As soon as tho nuvy department
tells us how they want the bottom of
the drydock laid we will make a prop
osition nnd go ahead with thu Job,"
Huld Wnlter Dillingham today In
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"I'euni'iK ' i" i "" " " "
iiliriinr. which was found lo
bo leaking through what wus Bup-
l ' to " "'
i solid bottom.
According to Mr. Dillingham tho
condition found nt thu bottom whore-
by thu water comes through und the
pressure Is farcing tho boltAni Itself
and the crib-work up toward the stir
face was unlookcd for.
"If the department wants tho bot
tom laid on piles or any other way we
will do the work, but nothing can be
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Camp No. 2, Considered By CommiUcc Perhaps GrcalC3t
Health Menace In City. i
prevail, and several specific Instances
Thu eoinmltteo has found the Worst
conditions, from a health standpoint,
lu nnd around the section of the Pa
lama district Known us Camp No. 2,
where t'arl On Til, n Chlnnmaii, has
premises under lease from Theodore
Itlchurds. The lllth, overcrowding and
iiuslghtllness of these tenements, laun
dries and stables are shocking.
In this connection, the committee has
mad an Interesting Investigation Into
the conditions of the li-ase, and has ex
onerated the owner of the premises.
Theodore Itlchurds, from blame for the
state of affairs. A conference with
"Tho Hoard of Health will enforce
Its regulations," stated President Molt
Suilth this morning, "und I have asked
the city and county attorney for the
Issuance of u penal summons for the
apprehension of Mr. I.lghtfoot. There
will bo no relaxation In the enforce
ment of the regulations until such time
as tho board votes to remove them In
A special meeting of the board was
held yesterday to consider the advisa
bility of removing the local quarantine
restrictions, but by a unanimous vote
It was decided to continue the regula
tion, on the advice of tho Federal phy-
days from the lust
dono now until wo hear their deci
sion," lie said.
This new condition will delay thu
work several months without doubt,
according to the contractors.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wfiliiodii), Mny III.
OKAYS HAlUlOlt Arrived May 10:
Ilk. Ilurtha, hence April 7.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed May 10: 2
p. in., S. S. China, for Honolulu;
noon, S. 8, Wllhulinliia, for Hono
lulu. YOKOHAMA Sailed May If): S S
Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Claims have been made that the
outside Islands are being deprived of
proper Jury representation because of
tho methods of drawing Dial is prac
ticed by the United States Marshal.
Savprfil iitlnrnitvu leieit .leelnr.w! thut
Imih the letter i,n,i unirit of the law
Is violated and It is undersluod that
u protest will he Hied.
The point about ADVERTIMNa li
thai it is a DU9INL'Sa NFCnSOITY,
and this paper ellr. it to manufantur
erj and merchants on 111 MF.RITS.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Mr Mellaril ami a te.ireli if r i is
have shown, according to tin r ,' -iiieut,
that Mr Itlihards Ims trb-,1 b.ml
to break tin base, evui eariylu Hi
matter to the Supreme Court nfi'i oil
Tat lefiiM'd to clrau up ttie tin mi
lluwever, the lease could not be I. 'tolly
Board of Health Can Act.
The commute., ilues llnd, lum.or,
that I In- Hoard 01 Health can .,', I
should utilise the premises to lie i I. "i li
ed up. A clause In the lease ills! in, in
states In elfe, I Hint ttie pr.nii-, t
be kept subject to Hie regain! i . . r i .,r
the Hoard of Health, and t (- ' nit
(Continued on Page 0)
Report of Norcjaard Shows
209 Animals Diseased
In Last Test.
It Will lie up to the I loud 0111' -till
and the supervisors to take urilmi in
regard to fiillk from tuberculini ,
within it few days, for n rckoluthui ,-
prepared this morning at the tin', Him
of the Hoard of Agriculture uinl I'm
cstry telling thoo two Isidle ,.r the
conditions eilsllng In tho dairies m me
The second tuberculin test oi the
cattle lu und around Honolulu hn-i n. u
finished by Territorial Veteiin u l..n
Norguurd and Ida naauilnnts, In ui e 11
3tTi iililmuls were tented, 1:09 of n 1,1, h
reacted to the lest.
Tills Is 11 much Inrcer number ,u
uulmuls tested than on the tlrsl I, -I
11 few months ago. when there wero
2034, of which 631 leucled
Of this total of Iffe anbiuli ulneli
hnve reacted to the two tftsts, nbeitt
oue-hulf have been UUiiomh! ortrumndi
slaughter or segregation, so that lie 1 '
Is no datiger to the puhllu from iho
The range cattle have a much mo ,n -er
percentage of tiilwreutqiis hiiiiioM
than III, iho l,e,t ilo'ely euiiltiie.l
114 le.ted belonging tn the i.nlto.ul
1 1, 111 be. there nere but llih'i, ,M'r
which showed IiiIh-I'cuiom yoq,i,,nt-
III pcul.iiiK of II, e work .ilin,, ,11,1
Hie future of the milk siipph 1,1 i'
ell) this morning, llr. Norvuuid 1 1 I
that "the dlrei't result at the mi 1
luu control work so fur Is lb, "-
tubllflhlUH of the fact thut the milk,
with the enforcement of the lub bit
milk from enws effected with tut,, 1, 11
lotls sluill not he sold direct t tb
coiikiinicr, of lloimlulu can un l
plaiml In Class A.
"All milk arlglnatluB on pi-eie.-es
i where ftlTectcd animals r liepi 1
'" considered to be Infected, run if
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