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14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911. 14 PAGES.
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BARRACKS AN ISSUE; FEDERAL SITE
DIAZ TO QUIT; PEACE NOW
PLAN WILL BE
Legislators Against Bringing
Resolution Before Con
GOES FOR NOTHING
Members of Oalui Delegation
Say I'hoy Do Not Want Vot
ers Used as Basis for Rc
Numboring. Hcnppnrtiniiinciit ir the Toriltorliil
leglslnliuo, llio rock Hint was respon
sible for llio biggest split during llio
iccont session, will prnbabl lio pass
ed up In Congress wltliniit llio iilan
dial finally passed llio legislature.
Days niiil nlglil or liaul political
work anil many linurn tif littler debate
III! I III) IllMIr of lllO litHIHO wilt l)U
Tho legislature passed n resolution
asking congrcsB to nmcud tho.nrganlc
art In provide, Tor loapiiortlonliieiit on
llio haul of voting lnslcad-of citizen
population in tho Islands. Under tho
organic act, this rrapiiortlonmcnt must
ho inailo after every federal census,
mid nun In due now. If It vtnt lulu
effect on tho lines laid down, Oalui
would got enough members to control
liolli House and Senate.
Was a Compromise.
Tim resolution as It pasRod was a
compromise, nml llio hauls of n iki'I-
tlril tnide hetween llio Oalui and
Maul delegations. Maul being favored
under Hh terms. It was fought lonlli
and unll tiy tho Hawaii and Kauai
delegations hut after many ups and
downs and wire-pulling and log-rolling
(Continued on Page 2)
GONE, HE SAYS
Immigration Inspector Hrown states
that the conclusions of Dr. Victor Clark
are wiong If 111 holds that only it score
or two of Urn Itusslan Immigrants luivo
left tho Territory.
"There are now within tho Territory
approximately one thousnud Ilusslans,"
pull Mr Ilriiwii this forenoon, "und 41
per cent of these people brought hero
have gono to the Coast"
MERCHANTS MAY NOT
KEEP UP WHARF TAX
The Merchants' Association will
holil a special meeting this nflornooii
to hoar tho ropoit of a committee
named In tako up wltlt tho ShlppoM'
Wharf committee tho matter of nioiu
lopiesonfullun on tho wharf tax com
mlttco Iroui the association nml tho
shippers' roiiimlltoo lmve not been
able to eomo to nil understanding. It
Is understood that tho shippers huvo
Imposed conditions regarding tho con
tluiintloii of tho wharf tax that the
merchants' committed could not nc
tept. It In outlioly pinhahlo that In
this event tho Meichants' Association
will consider discontinuing the pay
ment of this special tax.
FALLS TO DEATH
( AsKoehill'd I'ichh Cable V
LOS ANGELES, Cal., May 17. A. V.
Ilerilio, an amateur aviator, was killed
today In a fall from a biplane.
PAN KltANCIHi'ii, M 10 -lleela;
M rwlyiU, I0 Ol-M; purity, tie.
Pwvlou quotation, I Of. Cd.
U. S. Proceeds
Seventy-five Hawaiian corporations
have been declared delinquent tiy tho j
Internal Itovcnuu Department nml are
Untile to linos not exceeding $750,000 Injure, would amount to J750.000, read
tho uggrcgulo or tho minimum amount ns follows:
of Tli,000. I
The statement of thu cases has been '(dock companies or associations, or In
fllcl with United Slates District At-ltuirnncc companies uforcsuld, shall ro
torney Itrcckons, and tho government fuse or ncsltct to make a return at tho
will Institute Imincdlato proceedings, m, up tluies hereinbefore spcclllcd In
ngulnst the corporation who failed to
make their Income tax returns by
A number of tho corporations fnllid'
to make any return at all, and It Is
against these Hint tho highest penalties
will undoubtedly bo Imposed. Tho com-
promlso provisions of tho Internal rev-
enuo laws apply to tho Incomo tax de-
llii'iuetits, and tliey will have to make
offers of settlement to tho Intermit
Itovenuo Department, which may or
limy not bnacecptcd ut Washington.
FAILURE OF ORTERIC TO
OBSERVE LAW PARTLY DUE
TO DANGER OF RACE RIOT
That violations of tho navigation
laws pointed out hy the Fedoral (Irand
Jury on board the Immlgiant ship
Orterlo, were largely eause.l by tho clmrg0 Ucc,,lcd Immedlato neparatlon
necessity of averting what might havoif (,0 two rnrcs was the only way to
been a serious race riot on board, was ' avert quarrels Unit might have hud
learned this morning, as iin aftermath I unfortunate endings. So tho Spanish
of the (irand Jury's Undines. I wero assigned ono part of tho ship
These lludlngs, as published in tho J nml tho i'ortugueso another, and In
Dill let I n last Monday, wero scv-l tills process, tho strict letter of tho
crely critical of conditions on board j rules requiring Bcparntlon of the sexes
the Orterlc. unit among tho things could not bo compiled with Tho rules
scored was tho failure to havo the
provisions requiring separation of tho
sexes compiled with, -This led to lax
ity In sanitary nbservunco and tho
Jury found u large number tif points
on which tho conditions on hoard the
Immigrant ship did not come up to
what was considered desirable.
It now appears that nftcr thu Or
terlc started on her long voyage
CLEGHORN COLLECTION AT AUCTION
Rare Hawaiian Curios Go Und
er Hammer at Beautiful
Aln.ihau, thebeuutlful resldeucu of
the late liovernur A S. 'leghorn mid
of hli daughter, the Prime Kaiulunl,
was a picturesque hcbiiu tuduy, when
inuny of tho pergonal elTccts of tho
i.'lfghorn family, rum and vulu.iblo ob
jects of art. and costly ornaments were
put up for unction.
.Society was out In force, and several
army and navy oitlctrs and their wives
attended the sale, mid many Hawaiian
were piesent, elthtr to buy or to look
,..... ii. i,itri,. reaiili.nc.i 11 ml llteon-
U ,11. ...... .. , ilu,, .1 tiiiiiilia.e nf
Ja pancm and Chinese
I'ul.ihnshoM, Ids, splendid koa furnl
p.iir.tlug nml other nrtleles of fund
tin o wero nut up, mid though the hid-
lliiK was not vury lively, tho nrtlclo lug were Prince Kutiintiiiinolo, I'. A been current for mnio ttino thai ha rmttd by tho city and county nulliorl
neurit nil brought goisl prluoa The Hclinofcr, I' I, Wnhlnin, Mrs 0, II would bo refill lei I, mid It vvus stulinl ll iindtr lh chilin llml ho liai fallnl
sale of tho Jewelry uf the lata l'rlricti
Ivululinil uttraelad much ulttiiillQii.
Mra w it. I'tutlo was nramtntiK
among lha bidder fur am ut lut.
wtHirlni o good dai or llio uml
The prov Islout of the law relating
to thti Imposition of the heavy lines
which, If Imputed ut thi'lr muflmiim
"li mi) of the corporation, Joint
ench year, nr shall render falso or
fraudulent return, such corporation,
Joint slock company or nssoclntlon, or
Insurance enuipany, shall ho llahlo to
jn penalty of not less than ono thousand
dollars and not exceeding ten thousand
"in this connection attention Is call-
oil to UoRiiIatlons No. IS, pagos 3.1 and
m, relative to compromises, Partlcii-
lnr utttntlnii Is called to tho fact that
no solicitation of an offer should be
(Continued on Page 2)
aciosK the i'aclllc, Impending trou
ble between llio Spanish and Portu
guese Immigrants became so serious
Dint Mm nfllenra unit nllinr tinrs.nna 111
set nsldo certain compartments for
married people nml rcrtalii for single
men nr women, and In tho emergency
that arose It was necessary for mar
ried people nt times to occupy com
partments sot asldo for single men or
vice versa. When an entlro rear
rangement was inailo In ordor to keep
Spanish mid I'ortugueso apart, the
original plans wero upset
C II Hrown was another purchaser,
selecting Hawaiian curios, lels unit cul
abashes. William Welters bought it
number of articles.
sub, and was anxious to buy portrait
iin.l tilMiiren nf inomliei-K of I liiu'iilllin
loyalty, but thoso have been sold to
the Ulsliop Musoum.
Tho beuutlfiil Iioiiho whs thrown open
lo visitors today, and many caino not
to buy, but to look on. 'the salo will
probably huvo to bo kept up tomorrow, I
us inuny articles remain unsold. This
afternoon the Hawaiian III
i. .. i ,.i.i
MhU morning to become n bidder for the
I . . ...
V f Jt VV rf
I books. Toninirow at noon tho ear-
triages, horses, sows, pigs, peacock and.
other beliinuliiff will I mi auctioned olf.
Among those nt tho siilo this morn-
Coopor, J. A Domlnla. Mrs. MoWoyite,
OrufrlBt Lucas. Mr Ailnnn, Mrs, A.
U Cestlo. Mr w IL ftuttlo. T Cllve
, Uvio, ')'. a Thrum, r. MoivHrrat.
Mr. Arthur T Jlaru, Mr Hiitrma
(Associated TrifS Canto.)
MEXICO CITY, Mex, May 17. The
resignation of President Diat of Mexico
prior to May 31 has been offered to
the cabinet and transmitted to the reb
els by the federal peace commissioner.
The resignation of Ramon Corral,
vice-president of Mexico, is included in
the proposals. Senor De la Barra, for
mer minister at Washington, Is slated
for acting prosident in the event that
Diaz actually leaves tho chair.
PEACE IN SIGHT
WITH DIAZ GONE
(Associated Prett Cab!".)
JUAREZ, Mex., May 17 Mutual as
surances have been exchanged by the
peace commissioners here of the ac- j
ceptanca of the pence terms. The rebels
have submitted a full program of pro-, wlckcrshtim lins tnkon tho reading of
eedure. A general armistice soon ls;.i,e law ntornrclo,l hv tho local
anticipated. With the acceptance of the
rebel demands, peace is expected
(Ppccl.il n tl 1 1 ef 1 1 n Cable)
SAN FRANCISCO Cal May 17.
Results in the big leagues today were
St. Louis St. Louts 9, Washington 2.
Chicago Chicago 7, Philadelphia 5.
Philadelphia Philadelphia 4, Cincin
New York St. Louis 3, New York 1.
Brooklyn Brooklyn 1, Chicago 0.
Boston Pittsburg 7, Boston 6.
(frxTlol no I let In Cable 1
MEXICO CITY, Mex., May 17. The
government proposes nn immediate
general armistice. A political amnesty
measure will be introduced in the Mex
ican Congress without delay.
SHERMAN ACT MAY
BE AMENDED NOW
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 17. Fol
lowing the decision of the United States
Supreme Court in tho Standard Oil
case, four bills amending the Sherman
Act were introduced in tho Senate to-
NO REHEARING FOR
PACKERS OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO, III., May 17. A rehearing
was today denied the meat packers who
'" convicted of breaking the Sh.r-
I mmn u",, ' "' '"""" - 'f !"
for following the Standard Oil decision.
POLICE GET LAD
Ah Ki, u young Chinese formerly
employed hy tho von llamm-Young
rnmpany, was located yesterday hy
the pollen at llurbnr'a Point light-
He l chnrged wllh Inking JIOO'JS of
" "'nployers' money und has been
ttilRuliiL- iibout a month.
missing about a month.
l.lunu Kwn Vang. Clilneni. consul
icie, left eli i ilay on the Monnulilp'
t'hliui for Urn Orient ItcpoiU lilivu
weeks hko that ho lirnl been ranl)wl
consul Idang. Inmovrr, up to the last
denied I lift I ha lirnl been rtnalttd end
uial I hat he wsi going away at UU
own wun ana migut reiuro.
Washington, May 17.
Delegate Kuhio, Honolulu.
Wickcrsham cannot assign California judge. Condemna
tion must await Dole's1 return October 1.
Cable sentiment on bill moving cavalry post from Waia-
nac to Honolulu.
The foregoing Is the text of a ca
blegram rcc"lvcd this afternoon hy
Dclrjuito Kulilo. Tho flrBt part of it
Is In lespnnse to a request made by
the Dclcgnto that Secretary McClol-
Ian Investigate tho situation as ro
jjards tho progress of the comlemnii-
t nrocecdlncs. It Is niiiiarcul that
authorities who claim that n Callfor
nla Judge cannot sit In this circuit
till nflcn Jan. 1, 1012.
Tho second section has to do wllh
tho transfer of tho cavalry to Hono
lulu thus bringing all tho troops qunr
to red on this Island Into iiermnncnt
barracks In this city or its Immediate
PACKING CASES BELIEVED
TO HAVE CONTAINED
OPIUM ARE UNCOVERED
Two largo packing cacs wero this
morning brought forth from the cargo
holds of the Matron Navigation steam
ship Wllliclinlmi which bear unmlstako
al'l". signs of having been broached.
Another link is believed by Federal
ductals to have bom securely forged
which, within a comparatively short
time. It destined lo drag ono or more
prominent people of Honolulu within
(lie meshes of the law under u charge
or aiding and nbettlng the unlawful Im
pel lutloii of opium.
Ill the custody of the collector of
the port this morning were two very
Imtltreil anil broken tsixes which,
brought to light of day, showed that
rather crude attempts hud been made
to repair tho damage
Couslgned to one I. Koon Chock, tho
fuses were opened after being removed
rrnin tho steamer to tho Hiickfeld
wharf, and It took but a cursory ox-
Hiniuiitlou to reveal tho fact that the
boxes had at one limo toiitalned nrtl-
lies other than tho Inoffensive wearing
junpurel of women and ihlldicn.
The plumbing orillnaiiio It uueonstl -
tiitlinat and n violation of pornoim!
rlght. uciordlug In llio rlaluii tuiido
by Magoon iV WtKiver, the uttoriieys for
I'uilmyiulil, a Jnpanesu who vvim nr
lu ooaerva lha prnvlilQM of lliu law
I'lrvuii JuUksi I'Mjier Imi ratervM
th auMlwn os lo llio anHUullQta lU'.lfren with iwml MifiliSSil HI
ami valMlty at Hie la rer Hid eBWtia,ili provtotw attested to l vtetttfe H
raiwn u i!rtra9 vwm
A public meeting lo discuss tho
proposed change of tho Federal build
ing slto has been called for tomorrow
afternoon nt 4. SO o'clock In tho Pal
ace grounds. Tho Civic Kederallon to
day Issued Hi" call foi the met ting,
which will ho under lis nusplces.
Tho handstand will be used for the
speakers. President A. V. (Irllllths of
Oalui College will preside, Dclcgnto
Kulilo will speak on the attitude of
Washington toward n cliango In sites
W. It. Cautlo wlU'spoak with reference
lo the Mahukii site, 1M Towso on tlfi
civic centor plans and George v
Smith will make an address on the
necessity for united action, from the
standpoint of the citizens.
It Is the belief of IViletuI officials.
who are slowly but surely weaving a
Wrll fJI URTIIIilllHlHlri fi 11.1:111:11 uifuu
parties now under suspicion for at
tempting 110 smuggling of npliiin, that
the bones contained a largo consign
ment of dope when placed In tho hold
of the Wllhelmln.i before leaving Kail
According to a theory now held, Hie
case were packed with opium, al
though an attempt was madn to carry
out the Impression that tho boxes af
forded u receptacle for dry goodi and
children's clothing Ono smaller case
wnrll ,rKcn open thli morning was
round lo contain n few largo paste
,oar, ,xaH partially filled wllh chll
dmn's rapt. Some laces and under
wear wero Included In the contlgn-
ivoni all nppearances tho cases, when
relieved of what Is now presumed to
mVo been opium, wero hastily and
Home pieces nf llrst-elnss tongue nnd
groove lumber wero used In renlaclm:
i (Continued on Page 2)
OF PLUMBING ORDINANCE
, The ilefiuibint In the mo lm a
hoove on Kmina ulrett and he prnceeil-
ed lo repair tho plumbing without Ural
rcultitcrlug at tlto alllna of tho plumli-
lint limpcctor. TbU In a violation of tho
term of th ordinance.
The demurrer fllad by Maguon h
I Weaver laltn that no crlma lata ben
mwn nnd ttmt (ha urdlnaa I an In
iw r m in pon.
MOUSSES TO BE
BASIS OF n
, B. Wells Negotiating Con
tract With Wailnku Com
pany for Product.
PROFIT IN WASTE
Hawaiian Conimcrcinl's Plan
of Pumping Into Oil-Tanko
and Tianspoitinp In Bulk to
Contractu havo been practically
closed between C. It Wells a San
Francisco sugar capitalist, und tlto
Walluku Sugar Company, of Maul, for
the crude molasses produced In tho
course of handling the cane In tho
mill, ami with the consumption of
tills deal, local sugar men sen the be
ginning of a new Indus'iy In tho If,!- .
Wells Is himself a former ni.in.tgcr
of tho Walluku Sugar Company, nml
rccentl made a ll)lng trip to Hono
lulu. Hi, arrived on the Sierra, on
Fiiday, May li, and left on the Sttrr.r
llio following Wodtiesda) It dl, not
take long fqr lilrn to make his pro
position clear, ami plantation com
panies, of which C. ilrewer & Co. are
tho agents, nml Mr. Wells will 0011
keltic tho details.
The vvusto molasses from Walluku
plantation amounts to about n Mm
taud tons a year, nnd It will he ban
died In bulk to tho toast. In r.e t it
Is this handling In hulk that mak -i
the deal Hu-8lblc, at the nnl of bai
rcllng tho molastes is prohibitive It
Is on Just this iiolut of cost that other
plans to utilize the molasses nf tho
Island plantations havo failed
Pumped Into Steamers.
Instead of barreling tho sweet fluid
It will bo run Into huge tanks on thu
plantation nnd token to Walluku on
railroad cars, ami from the tanks will
be pumped Into oil-tanks on btMnt
steamers, llio expense of handling
It will ho cut to a minimum
The CMict use that Mr Weill will
put llio molasses to has not been
stnted, but It is understood that It.
will bo one nf the constituents In a
special feed product upon which ex
(Continued on Page 4)
Brcckons Has Evidence as
to Actions of Indicted
Chris Hinder, arrested at San Fran
cisco under Indictment hy tho local
I' S. (irand J my now on the way
buck on board the Manchuria, has
been tolling fglry stories at Sll
Frulirikco according to tho statcniatiL
of t'nlteil Statos District Attorney
llreckous this morning
llrrckons has nothing to say as to
Hnvib'r's guilt or Innocence of opium
tmugglltiK tin" he (usWts Hint llvf
story Sllder told In Shii KmnrUev)
ofsliuplv incotlUK Howiiiil and Win
lug In a saloon la omlielv vvrtmi
Snyder Junkoicd about tho itiv In
hack with thu two tiieu, aerordtim to
llrn'kOMs mill Is ulioKoilmr not llta
liiiiiKnt vlollin Hint he dIhIiiu to ko
During n imrtlon of this Iohmuiuii
the more of lliinii, tMulth (' . Ult
Km elnil mil nf itpnit i the iltih
or I'rancte, l ehJW tf W c Hiilwi
il. 'llw blM UW jrdy ftr
litwiu. The tlrw mt hihmmu uik
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