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ilnnululnn . .,. Junn 13
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Gives Its Readers Today's Happenings Today
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4951.
20 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAIL' SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911. 20 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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TENEMENT SICKNESS STIRS BOARD TO ACTION
Agent Her e
A "mssterlous stranger" who has
In ti prtMiit ut nil of the recent upluiii
IliNextlK.itlona t uiiiluctrtl Jiy , Unltetl
States District Attorney Hreclions', nnd
who Is believed by Homo Pidtral em
I'lojii In thu Jiullv'l.iry bulldjug to ho
11 sii'iet scrvho attent. In tho cause of
Iniich Interest tu tliofu who uru unx
Ioim tu karri IiIk Identity. t
That thu man haM bi'ii sent to Hn
Willi to make uu liiilppcmleiit Investi
gation Into thu opium business I con
iildiml u certainty, iilthiiiiKh hoth 17.
K District Attormy Hreckons unit
Mnrsli.il Hendry declare thnt they tnc
ulFoliitely In tho (lurk iih o tho mi.n'H
lili ntlty or purpose. I'or a mull they
lo not know, hoth olllcliilii named lire
'fi rutin r friendly terms, with the vls
Itor It Ih known tint tho ninu la planning
ii Irlp to both Miiul ntul Hawaii on
i . iaiifcuil'l'l'l"' buslnem an
Ui'' - TeTrltor'forT,
J Jlmh-lie will he III
. was the only reply thut Hreckons
would mnke till morning when fiies
tloueil concerning tho Identity and pur
pn' or tho visitor.
The sending of u scciot scrv Ico ngent
to Hawaii would nnturnlly bo In lino
with tho now campaign that ban been
heifiin by Chief Wllklo of tho Unlteil
Piute secret strvlco In probing viola
tions of the customs laws.
Tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 11 will not bo
IhsihiI on Mutiduy, Junn IS, tho
' ilny belntr observed sis a holiday
' for nil mcinluTH of tho Hullo-
" 1 1 n olllco KtlllT.
During tho early part of thu
' j ear Hullo tin men did a lot
of mighty haul work In moving
tho plant to tho new Alnkeu
sticet olllces, and that without
5- missing nn Issue or materially
debt) lug tho usual biiilnesn of
tho olllco Tho vacation of u
two-day holiday Is too good nn
opportunity to ho missed for
lulling a bnuthlng spell mid
retting now tncrgy for thu IniHy
it ii I lot I n milium r.
$ k 3 $ rt $ Q ? A ?
Temperatures o u in. 71; 8 it m ,
74; 10 u. in, '77; noon, 77; morning
Tlnromcter, 8 n in, 30 00; nlisoliito
humidity, 8 n, lit , u 88.1 grains per
cubic foot; teliillvn humidity, 8 n in,
(,.' per cent; dew pulut, 8 it. in , li-.
Wind C n. in , velocity Hi, direction
N P..; 8 ;i in, velocity 14, direction
N 15; 1 0a in, velocity IB, direction
N 13 ; noon, velocity 1!, direction
Rainfall during -I hniirH ended 8
a in., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement, during 21
bourn ended ut noon, 2SS miles.
r. (i. .viiitv.ii:ii:vis.
I'oRtolllce nrrnngciiionts for tomor
row and Monday nru: Kcgului Sun
day opening 8 to !) o'eloilt a in Ocii
ernl delivery window open 8 to II,
farrier window 10 lo 11 On Monday
uliulows open 8 to It a in, cm i lor
windows 9 to 11 a in, for llrst-class
Case Develops At Insanitary
King Street Tenement
And' Board Acts
A raso of pnrn typhoid last night In
Ilia King Htrcct tenement against
which thu Territorial IIujuI of Hc.illh
hiiB been endeavoring to oufnico thr
abatement of nulsanco net icsiilted In
Iho Hoard illsiegardlug thu dol.ijH and
legal toclinlcalltlea of tho cuho tliln
morning iiiM halng tho cehspool
puniped out wlili h liai been froiiiieut
jy drrljicd by the health ulllclals In
he a men.iru to thu pcupto nf thu lc
Inlly. Aricc Ecrvlng mil lee on Alien and
HoUliiKnn, tho mipi OhOd lemn'iiK of tho
biilldlilg Iho Uoanl of Health lbuo-
eiod thnt.thjojllfj op .KsliUo wak tho
owner or tho land, tho Hawaii Land
Company- holding Iho properly as lvs
ecch and tho Allen & Itnblnson liavli'i;
control ocr the teneniont nil inort
B'lgces. Conrrnntrd wllh tho illllleul
Hk of KCgrfgutlng the IcgJl reiijusl
bltlty and ilclermliu'd lo provrnt moro
cases of I) 'hl, declared also almost!
suro to follow a contlmiincu of tho .Mott-Smllh wao Hint ho was Inlcrosl
cimditlotiK, I'lestdcnt Moll-Smith do cil nnlv In tho enforcement of tho law
chli'd to havo tho work dono ut once nnd this will ho applied vigorously
H HN lUm
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jvu.lil (3ii'v, vinm i.iniinji v, ,t 1111111
Imiu ullne.l in, am i1I.kI..,I Iiiii nnl'M
nest III the lauks of tho faithful Ileum-
... I .......
crats by his appointment of a juung
lady, Mlfn (1 Swa)iie, tu tho osrtbii and made It possible fur Mayor Poin
that was left vacant when ho gently to npiKiIut Wilder,
hut llrmly boosted Chief Clerk Johnj M , ,f , ,810iUlcll
O. Aude.son out of tho job. w(h , n,110,nllellt wlWor ,,
As a result of Wlliler'u action, fiout a HilltUnl iKilut of view Thus
Democratic leadeis niu getting nn fur, not a (iiohIIou Iiiih been raised
ever-Increasing volumo of kicks fiom us to MUs Swayuo's ublllly to hold
thu voteis, who ikclnro that Iho pat- down tho Job, but tho Uourbuns nru
louage that rightfully belongs tu tho kicking because they say Iho ptity
party has been given to it non-voter Ins been overlooked Wilder, how
am! ono who Iiiih been n resident of over, gives no uvldr nco of )lelillug.
PUDLIC DRINKING CUP DOOMED
A vigorous enforcement of tho law
prohibiting public drinking cups and
piovdlug fur cuspldurs In all public
places Is to be unilei taken hj the Ter
llorlaf Hoard of Health
Tho last Legislature pissed a taw
giving tho Hoard or' llcallh extensive
coutiol over general preciutluiis In
the piehcrvulloii of public health and
pirtlculaily measures dliectedagilust
Iho sprenil of tuberculosis
I'rcsldent Mott-Smllh Is diawlng
up a Conn of notice that will bo solv
ed on Uiopo who aro found to bo vio
lating tho law and In nihtltlou In thK
a number pf notice will ho prcpaied
calling Iho attention of Iho general
public tu Iho law ns It now oxlsts.
"This law Is mi Imporlnut ono" stat
0)1 tho I'icslihnt of Iho Hoaid of
Health this mewing," "unii wo pui
pose to enforco It ns soon at wo can
Intvo Iho nccestnry forms pieptied It
hns n wldo rango and I hellevu Will
do much toward tho piesorvallnn of
general health conditions."
tind leliirn to the rnfnircniont of Iho
l.iw wlii'n Iho Imnilucut danger w.ii
Tho ccnspcMil which the Hoard of
Health condemned merlloucl ond
Hooded iniilor the mirroiinclliig Iioiihob
Tho first older of the Ihiard wn pat
tl.illy obeyed, a now cesspool being
dug but even this pmuM Insiilllclcut
and when this oierlloweil no atlcutlO'i
w.ih pild In tho indcra of Iho llolrd
of Honllh. '.rl'l
In nddltlon In lio typhuld cane last
night a child uuh horn In the teni-
inuut, it fart wliUh nisi serve) to
causo the lloaiil In't.ike tho law Into
Ha own hands:
President Mntt-Snillli of tho Hoird
of llcallh staled this morning tint
V. 0. Arhl, representing the Hiw.ilt
Laud Company, stated that the com
pany could not afford In lime tho cefis
pon! piniipoil out legulaily but would
cnnlrlhiiln Jir.,DU a mouth If tho elly
would pay the rest The answer of
I HI Mlfll Wt
I lib ULlTlUUIinEU
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i iwiti 111111 i.iiij ,1 ii-,v ncunn. 11 tuif
ti.illiill.lirn In In l.n ,llulrllinll ll.iratt has lelegiapiieu 10 vvasilnBian
Democrats say It Hliould go Hi ie
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pally that put Major lVni In olllco
Jnmes Sutherland, chief engineer ot
thu sle.imcr Ulaudlne, today purcluts-
Cd ut unction thu Mniika-Kw.i corner
of King and Keenumokii streets. Tho
prieo pain wiih j,uui;, nun me uujer
wmi tepiesented ut tho auction hy tluj
AtFti I AIliAiiiiiV HT1 iiaI flimm nil
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Tho snlo of Iho pnipetty, which was
under coininlBsloucr s order, took
jilnco at tho olllces of J. V. Morgan
mid the attendance was largo ami bhl-
ding lively. Tho bidding started ut
$2,500 and went up to $3,500 b) tens,
twenties and fifties,
Tho pioperty Ib Improved with n
niasloi's cnllagn and servants' houso
HAN ITtANCJIKC'O, Juno 10 lleits:
Sft uiial)sl. 10 7 1-2d; inrlly, I -Mo
Previous limitation, 10s 7il
The i: T oil I UK Hllllctlll Villi
nliMTin Mond.1), .lime 12, as ii legal
luillilil). 'I here villi he no Nsue of
this paper nn that da).
(ABsoclated I'tem Ouble )
OCR LIN, Germany, June 10 Fall
ing Iron) a height of COCO feet today,
two men ended a brilliant aviation
foal In death, The men wero Aviator
Schondel and hit assistant, who had
ascended to the vast height and were
not far from a record when something
went wrong with the flying machine
and they were dashed to the earth and
(AKWichlted 1'rnu Cilili-.)
BERKELEY, Cal, June 10. A party
of girls, members ot a sorority of the
University of California, tailed from
San Francisco on the Sierra today for
a visit to Honolulu and the Hawaiian
U. s. warships to
BE WITHDRAWN SOON
(Sp.ilal llulli tin Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 10. Or
der! have been issued for the with
drawal of the United Statet warships
from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and San
Diego. The Pacific cruitert will be
distributed at variout portt.
taft opposes root
(HlHK'hll lllltli till Cable)
UUblun, mass, Juno iu. rrtiiutni
I . .,, ,
that ho It opposed to the Root amend-
I rn.nl In th reeioroCltv bill.
ment to the reciprocity bill.
REFUSE TO SURRENDER
(Ainorlateit 1'nss Cable.)
JUAREZ, Mex., June 10. Federal
troops and officers In the State of Chi
huahua still refuse to surrender, and
there It a prospect that tho war will
be continued indefinitely.
DAMAGE BY EARTHQUAKE
(Afmoclntrri Vpm Cable.)
tlrvlrn OITV . I... 1ft Tk.
,Urtl ' .
Collm. volcano I. quiet again. Later
reoortt Drove that the firtt newt of the
j. '. u...L. ...
.u.muoo "jr .. ...H " -
UJ0 DRIVER IS
lll I Cn IM RftfP
MLLtU IIM nfLit
, b. ,
CHICAGO, III., June 10. Maurice
neal. a driver, wat killed In an auto
labile race here today,
Mcui npRMftM TURBINE
"CW?. ccuid ii A iMf
(AHHoclutdl Press CnliVfl.1
HAMBURG, Germany, Juno 10. The
great turbine battleship Frederick the
Great wat launched here today suc
KILLED IN STRIKE
fAswInli.l I'nsH CablO
CLEVELAND, O., June 10. Ono
death it reported and teveral persont
have been Injured ot the rotult of the
ttrlke troubles here.
Bullfighting and Gambling
Are Doomed In Mexico
rf!fi.Wy s. - ! AV. "" i
THE. BULL. ri6HTlN3
RING .MEXICO CITV
JUAREZ, Mexico - Gambling and
bullfighting are to be abollthed in
Mexico Dy me iviaaensit wncn inry
come Into power, and race track bet.
Ing It doomed, too, according to Abra
ham Gonzalet, who is now tho provl
slonal governor of Chihuahua, . He
cayt: "At It General Madero, Jr., to
am I against gambling and bullfight.
Ing. Alt gambling concessions made
after Nov, zo, the date tne revolution
began, will be cancelled. All concet.
atom made before that time will be
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JUL STEAMSHIP MEXICAN
TANGLE UP OVER SMUGGLING
(Rlieclul Hut let III Ccrrisnomknce.)
I1II.O. June 9 -Tho efforts of tho
rust.MUM iintborltles In this city lmvo
i .....i..-. ii,.. A.nriPnn.
.. . . At -
lei li iiin.n.i .- .- .........
Hawaiian steamer ..ex an " -!
iw-nti -four hours, and tho HntcrprUe.
i.i.i VI.MI .... renlt. 1ms he, n
7 ".V" ". "-,:. ,.
given miner mo ro ny rtciuruuiK
n purth, rutber si rlous results are like-
ly to follow tho lnvestlKutloii, If the
"fuers or ronceior MiaiKiiuio uru rar-
j.,,.,, nut u nl, pears that Htuckahlo
WANT POSTERS BY
School children of Honolulu will)
havo a special oppurlunlt) to compete
for a handsome prlzo In bo offoied
hy tho Hawaii Promotion Commltten
for the best postor to ndverlUo Iho
annual Moral Parnilo In fact, tho
promollou commltlcp ineinbcrif mo
discussing holding a competition for
u poster limited to tho school-chll-
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pioposcu Iliac a casii piuo oi amv
ho given lo tho winner of Iho com-
liromollou commlllep ineinbcrif 1110 day a design submitted by P A 1'aw- r..i.i. "U
lACCTRftdK AT JUARE.Z.I
i-iW ., u
&rJ2fo&' 'L'tfAf.-' i
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honored by ut, but at their expiration
no more will be granted. Thlt ap.
piles to both gambling and bullfight., eaih lime 1 huvo had tu pay for tt
Ing. Wo now are Investigating the'"11' ut y "wn locket It Is a parly
l.- s !,... .1.1 i.. a.i "Kill, ami Hie pirty should pay for It
Madero It against gambling In every
form, the national lottery and all gam.
bllng rights eventually may be abol.
Ithed. The famous bullfighting ring
at Mexico City and the well known
race track at Juarez will be doted by
the new regime.
go I wind In Honolulu of Information
ll ''' ,ft'el llut " ,l,' uf 1""
were on bo-ird tho Mexican, and ho or-
drd hir searched lit Knhulul. This
wu ilnilftr hut further ordom or Htnt
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a'Ka ul """ IM)" "lr " ""' 0-
oiilum had been discovered.
HeulUIng that thN would mean
lu.-oi of over $500 per day to the Amer
ican-iiawniiun cnuipnny, capiain Tup
(Continued on Page 6)
that thoro aro
competent to make suitable designs
uu niu annual paniuo posier All
nininceiiient of tho details of the com
petition will 'ho Hindu Inter.
Tho comiultteu hud before It jester
day a design submitted by P A 1'aw-
1 In It Is Ihu head ntnl bust of a Ha
waiian girl holding ii bouquet of Mow
ers, with a scailot hibiscus limning
in nor nark nnir. mo comiuiiieo.
viewed tho design Impartially nnd
somo of Its points wore given com- the House reported the so-called farm-
uiuiiiiiera ueiiuvuiueuuiiuii. era ireu nsi 0111. t
PAY, OR NO
Mayor Fern Says He's Tired
of Carrying Fights
THINKS THE PARTY
SHOULD BACK HIM UP
Ma,or Porn will probably not carry
In tho Supremo Court tho prospec
the light over tho rights of tho Hoird
of Supervisors to deprive him of his
appolnthu power by abolishing itos.'
lions the lllliug of which coma under
his Jurisdiction Thu major Is 1 1 red
of carry lot: theto lights Into tho court
and then having to pay the costs from
his oin pockot, and will put It up to
the Democratic party Ibis time.
On July 1 a law passc( by tho last
legislature becomtB effective whereby
thu Major Is express!) shell the right
of npirolutinent to all positions un
less otherwlitf in)vljii for 1.y liv
'or ordinance." This la the iaw -that
caused n tight all through the legis
lature, for It wus drawn so that the
SupervlsorB, by ordinance, may tako
away the positions to which the Ma
Major l'eni has been quoted by
tomo of his self-named spokesmen as
being road) tu tako this law Into the
luurts and endeavor to provo It un
constitutional, hut tho Mayor himself
lakes a sllghll) dlnVrcnt view of tho
"I nm not feeling much like taking
this lulu tho Supreme Court,'' ho de
clared toda), "I have taken, an Mayor,
,,,. ,.. lllt0 lht conrU ,,
to tho Supreme Court threo times, and
If Hi., 1V..rnr ill. v.,f , mi nnl, fi udl
II lliu wi'llliiLluiii; i.i .. nutltc -u -
the law tested nnd tho rights of tho
Mayor uphold, thu Democrats ought
to pay for the rourl proceedlngi. Hut
no, us soon us tho campaign Is over,
I am left to pay for II, nnd 1 am tired
It Is no secret thut the Major Is
dissatisfied with tho supiiort given
him by somo of the Democrats, nn.1
tho lost caso that went to tho Su
premo Court, when tho legality of tho
Major's election was tested, Is said to
have cost His Honor more than )3o0
In attorneys fees and oilier exvenses.
The destruction of Mrs J li. Ath-
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lcordlnir to. stutemvnts by Kilo Chief
" Thurston und people who llvo near
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tho sceno of this lire.
Plro Chief Thurston sajs that better
Hre-llKhtlng equipment Is needed, and
thnt this would havo savcil tho rel
dince On the other hand, a I'aclHo
lklEhts resident declures that tho Mro
department should huvo sent an engine
that could pump water, Instead of tha
tire extinguisher nnd a chemical en
glue Tho chlif sn)s to lids that en-
glnii could not reach thu scene. In
xime, 2,30 1.5,
Tho ways nnd meant committee of
(Continued on Page 6) .'-Cll!
LAT0NIA DERBY RUN 3H
I ippniiii.tiutiriiii .miii-. Hk
1 LATONIA, June 10-Qovernor Grey vjjLi
won tho annual Lntonla Derby today. .a.ri
1 1 -t-m-M.