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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4952.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PAlCE 5 CENTS.
TTFSSlii"' ' """ ip-"j TYirVlilBrrV TiTBEirfllBMffBEEwffinio I r tii f
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Investigations Show He Was
Not Forced Off Road By
WENT TO RIGHT TO
AVOID ROUGH SPOTS
Parlies Passed Young Hawaii
an Chauffeur On Beach Not
On Slope Sheriff Is Still
lnvctlKntlnni made by the olllce of
.W. o. Smith, handling the locnl .nf'
ifiilis of Arlliur flay or Kauai, prove
hcvotid a tloiiU thnt tin- death nf Jo
ki-iiIi Kiilana Jr., under Arlliur Gny'H
Heviii-pasenger RUtmnobllo nt Hrola
licmli jestenlny aftcrnuun, wan nn nc
cldcnt, Tho Investigations' nlmolvn
from blame In the nffnlr bolb of tbo
(automobile purlieu that were paid to
buy. iiaM 4f",hjo s'lyorlly Uforo tin'
" Knl.inn wan killed In a peculiar man
ner, tin bin way lo Wnlknno to pick
up Arthur Clay, ho bad left lleela
beach and was RpeeilluR up the sloping
load when tho mndilim ran off thy
road on a curvii to the right. The out
side and lower part of tho road la to
the right Knlanti ninnaKed to force
the fiont wheelh nround nnd rcRnlned
tbo ro.nl, but tbo midden nwervn
whirled tho car nround too swiftly nnd
It overturned In tbo road. Yoiinu Kii
lana uin pinned fnco down on thn
road, with the nrtn of tbo front neit
ticroiH his back. A bis body does not
tteeni much rt Milled, It Is bellcveil that
death was due lo BiilTocntlon, anil must
have como ipilckly.
Dody Soon Found,
The death occurred nlmtit o'cloclt
and the body was found nt G'lO by
Unbelt A. Levey of T It D.ivles &
To, who wah koIiib nlotitt tbo road In
nil automobile. Teh phono tnessngci
(Continued on Page 3)
Honolulu Construction & Dray-
ing Company Has Tracks
Run to Plant.
lu preparation for Bomo Iary.o gov
eminent contracts nnd ptiwito work
that Is oxpeeted to show Iminoiibo
lnereaso hero during tbu next year,
tho Itiipld Tianslt Company will soon
lay Hacks to tho Mollllll rock quarry
i.ii.'.ii.i Ivnlmiitfl nml thn llonululu
Comiliuetloii and Hiaylng Company
will then heKlii In Imndlu rock niuclt
miiru oxiiedltlotisly than It can t
Hinunrs of sonio hlg military do
feiiBo Jobs aro In the ulr, and llio con-
stiucllon romimny Is maktni; jirepar-
titluiis for a lut of public nnd semi-
public work locally. Surveys for tho
tracks luivo been mado and tho rails
will bo laid In a few days, said W. II.
Hooks this morning.
Tho company lias received notlflcn-
Hon that It has been awarded tho con
K, tiuet of luyliiK tho pipe-lino Into tho
Diamond Head resorvolr, tho contract
pllco being 20.207. An exceptionally
heavy bond of $10,354 hna been re
quired, but llio contractors aro per
fectly willing "to give bond in this
amount. Vumada, a Japanese con
trad or, bid ?C00 lower on this Job
than tho Honolulu Construction and
Draylng Company, but evidently was
not conslileipd a responsible party or
lacking experience, for tho bid was
Med To Leave
Mainland Companies Send Here
To Get Settlers Away To
Agents endeavoring to recruit farm-
crs iitul other huiucseckett tn settle In
the Stuto of Florida art' tit work In tho
Hawaiian Islands, niul their iictlvllli'M
limy have lul to the report that Kill-
lilno laborers on Kiut.il were being
suught for cannery work.
Inforninllon has reached tint Tcrrl-
torl.il lluanl uf ltnnilRrntluii that Flor-
Ma I. mil companies have turni'il their
attinllon to Hawaii, fi ml n dctlnlto
movement on Kauai Is reported. Just
bow fur tbo Ititul agent have U'en
nblu to get Ih not known, but It In
en tain lluit tliey uic endeavoring to
lecilrfi (.ettlers here for come of tin been circulated iituoni; the I'ortumiese.
du tracts of lu ml liehuf opitinl lip hitoml It itftd ftf.i! T(, rorapS'iilitst ArU '
lie Stale of tu llverRlndes. l'lorlda 111:1 llitii Til flliT ni.'fliN here tilr'o.
JAPANESE CONSUL GENERAL
ASKS FOR TRANSCRIPT OF
STRIKE TRIAL PROCEEDINGS
Consul flcnrrnl Ujono, In behalf of
tbu .Inpaneno Cnvcinr.icnl, mado n ic
qucBt upon llio Torrllnry for n fu'l
transcript uf all tho prococdliiKH in
tho .lapaiien; Etrlko tilals, accijidlni;
In an admission mado UiIh iiiurnin
by (Inventor Kicar.
Qtirernor Itear was iiMkcil wlit'llitT
hiicIi it request had been mado iipni
lilui anil ho admitted that It had hut
Hinted that "it was nunetlnio iik."
"Was It nn olllelul riiinst," llio
Cluvpinnr was aiked,
"Well, It wns mado by tin olllrlal,"
replied the (lovcrnnr.
Honolulu swnopod down iism llio
defetihelcss llttlo hamlet of llaunlel,
luyinR at tho foot of a plcluresquo
valley bearhiK Hint iiniuo on last Sun-
day moi nine and It was soino hours
.. ..... ...
heroto llio Sleepy llttlo Belticmellt. par-,
llallv iceoverel llself to accord ,!
elail hand to nuno hiiudied of oxcip-'
Ulonlsts who had journeyed to thu fiilr
t ciui flew Island by thu Iiiler-lshind
Hloamcr Manna Koa.
Tho liitor-lsland Slonm Navigation
Co. sent tho tlugslilp of the llect out on
n two days' cruise, mound tho Island i
on Saturday night. Tlw party returned
at a ory early hour this morning,
loud lu their praises of tho manage
ment of a trip lu which llttlo If any
fault could ho found.
11 was a matter or considerable dls
apiiolnlmoiit In thu steamship com
pauy that tho special wook end flxctir
siou had not been accorded heller
palroungo. Whllo tho vessol left horo
with about ono hundred persons, the
Manna Kea had ample accommodation
for at least tlfty additional passen
gers. It wns hoped that Ihn Knual and
Maul trip might bo looked upon In tho
light of a foicrunner for other pleas
uiahln cruises lliiough summer seas
The contention Is matin that It takes
a 'deal of money to operate a vessel
has In t ! been largilv ilcvi'liipitl, both
Stale utiil private lands huvliig been
put on the market fur hnmcscckcrH III
large tracts, nml In 1111 indnivor
sutlers, agents fur the heavily
IxcmI companies tiro scouring lliu West
Hawaii semis to ho getting thy bene-
lit of tlm muvcincnt now.
Actnnllug to tlm news from Kauai,
the I. mil ngi'iiU bao Urn particular-
Is active among the Portuguese, ttixl
It It dmibtful If they tiro anxious to
get Filipino', tin few of tbo latter h.ivu'
inough money lo be dcslrnhlti from u
norma, point of view I.llcruturo lias
l.,... i.lrnnhl.i.l .,.i,, t(w. I.,rt,i,r,,nrfn
When ankeil whvllier llio Jipanejio
Cotitu liiul mado llio icipiest for llio
liauncrlpt llio (luvciiior Ktnled that ho
did not think that lio tdiuulil have any
IhliiK to say hut when tnld-tluit Con
sul denorn! tlyeiui admit led tliat the
tcquest hail been uindo iidinltlod it to
Ncgoio, nno of llio leaders In the
Japanese, sll Ike, Is now In Japan nnd
has mado it niimhor of allocations tn
Ihn (iovcrnment a.s to tho treatment
of strikers In Hawaii and llio request
for tho tr.itisetlpt Is apparently a do-
Rlro of the authorities for light on
of the slzo and equlpinent of tho Ma
nna Kea. In this event It Is rather
doubtful If another trip will ho planned
unless thoio Is a far more practical
respoiiBO from Ihoso' luleteslcd lu hoo
Thn paily met with we.tllior which
reealed Old Neptuno In his most
pracornl moods. Arrhlni? at Hanalel
rt' Buiitlay tnornlni?. llio oxcurslon-
H'B ""'" "I' "' "lo I'arllos, sonio
'B '"cy enotmli to securo llio two
nvnllnhie tuitoiimbllcs and iinkhiK ox-
miMilnna tnw lnti- llin ni iimt fv 'Plm
v-""""" " """ "" . "i.,.,!.!., f...... relatlvn humlilltv S a. m
b-ailllflll IlllUliloI Vallej was viewed ' L ,l,..f,0.!. ?' " .' "'J''. '. I .: ,
ny many on moi umi iroui vciueies,
Tho patty iramncil llio nyiii;o about
two n'chielc tliut day Hie vessel sklrt
Ing tho Komi coast of Kauai and tho
Kiaiideiir of Na I'.ill was viewed by
A dlrccL'Sloam of twolvo hours
brought tho Mauna Ku.i Inln Kuhiilul
bay nt daylight on Monday morning.
Maul and IIh many scenic points oc
cupied tho nttcnllnu of thu visitors
throughout (ho day. t
Piosldetit , and fieneral Manager
Kennedy of tho Inter-Island wai a
memhor of tho p.uly and assisted by.
llio aerotniuhddtlng corps of olllceis
lu tho Mauna Kea overj alleullon wai'
Thoro Is n posslbllllv tliat at a lat
er dale a oppclal excursion might ho
aitnngod for I.aysan and a crulso lo
soino of thn other oulling bird Isl
ands. Such n trip would occupy tho
bettor pint of two weeks. No ilcfln-
Ho plans liavo thus far been mado
PROBE GOES DEEPER
(Associated hm OjbYO
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 13. Ca.
nadian reciprocity was before the Sen
ate today and Senator La Follette of
Wisconun spoke in opposition tu It.
His soeecli was something of a sensn-
AkhocI llfl Press
June IX It
is announced that the sll
Ko of tho In-
ternatlonal Seamen's l)r
ii will begin
' ' ' W iW '
(Associated press Cilil.)
WASHINGTON, D. C June
Secrotary of State Knox vias summon
ed today to explain payments on for
mer Senator Hale of jiCOO from tbo
Canadian reciprocity fund.
AWAIT ARTILLERY TO
SUPPRESS THIS REVOLT
EL PASO, Te, Juno 13. The expe-
diticn of Mexicans to suppress the re-
volt In Lower California is awaiting tho
arrival of artillery.
TlilelITU nnnlllkirn ml
TWENTY DiiOWNhU IIM
CHIHUAHUA, Mex, June 13. The
.town of Santa. Eulalia Is flooded and
twenty persons reported drowned.
SAN PItANCISCO, June 12.-Herts'
88 tinalysls, lUs 7d ; parity 4.23c. Pre
vious quotation, 10s 7 1-21
Temperatures C a. in
7G; 1U ii. in., 7'.); noon,
V, S a. m ,
minimum, 71 .
llaiotuetrr, S a. in, 30.1U; absolute
humidity. 8 n in., .7.rj8 ernlna per
70 per tent; dew pnlnt. S a in., t.t).
Wind i! a in., velocity 7, direction
K : 8 a III , velocity 17, direction N.I3.S
10 a, in., velocity 14, dliectlon H;
noon, velocity 13, direction N. M.
llalnfiill during 24 hours ended 8
a. m., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during
,0rH niided nt noon, 277 miles.
(Special It it 1 1 is 1 1 11 Wireless.)
WAII.UKIJ, June 13. -C. M.
Ilob.rls of W'Ukapil, overseer of
tho Wiilluku Sugar Company,
died In tho hospital hirn this
inornlug. Ills funeral will lie
held this afternoon
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MAGNATE IS ILL IN 'FRISCO
ff lr JHHR
Hhhhk laMvlERh'' ffjtisHHHslslslHtH9H
flssBssBfBSKr 'ilfiSBsVe I, &bAssaiaaaaaaH
H. P. BALDWIN, WHO IS REPORTED SERIOUSLY ILL.
II I' llatitwin, tho .Maul stiRttt1 liltiK-
nalo nnd head of tho extensive Ilulu
win InteiestB In the Territory, IB serl-
ously III In San Krunclsto, nnd his
family tire much iilurmed nt tho re-
noiia of Ids condition. 1'iank llald-
1 lank Ilnlil-
wl( w( B) ,() H (1 i,",.,,,.,.,, ),y 'llio
mxt Mralm,r m.eoriii,K lo rcpgrU,
am wl)1 8tuy Ml ,8 flllllr'rf HUP
j jr j.,,!.,, ,,ft f0r San Francisco
, 1 ..ll.... I..., .. ....I....
1 "llll "cenn OHU, luunniiiH " noiiwun
Illness tit his homo on Maul, mill It
was bellou'd Hint ho was reciciihr
IjiIo ntiwH, however, litis been tiny-
thlliK but reiiKsurins,
FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR CLEAN-UP
l'reslili lit I J, A. Herndt of tlm Oahll.fially, Mr Aktil rtpresriilH urn Japan
central Improvement eonunltteu yester
day named thu finance commllteti that
will handle tho tliuinclal end of "Clean
lip Day," Halm day, Juno 24. Tho
members tiro iih follows:
K. I. Kp.ililliig. eh'ilriiian; J. I'
Cooke, Ii A. Motl-Hmlth. Y. A kill and
(1. F. AITouko. Mr. Hpaldluir nnd Mr
Cooko uro deeg.ites lo the Improve
ment eoimnlttio from the Chamber of
Commeiie, Mnlt-Hinllh itprc.nts tlm
llo:,iil of Health and the T.rrllory gen-
FISHING THIP WAS
Tlm vnebtr. Cliiirlotto C and llawiin.1
capluliied by (ieorge Croler and Wll- lint s imhiioi i the tale of Ills
'der, went out on a Hulling irulse to wife. ' II" " '" Jti's. to servo
Mulukal with a party on Pi'lday after-without bond The pro. .-.-dings were i
noon. The trip ucross tlm iluilinil held l...r..re Ju.lre llublnsmi. Hubert
j was nilr nml tile yachts airlved tit the MeCoiiist. hi nml P i Deverlll -sit-Island
Haluriluy inornlng 'Thu home-' nesses ..r Mrs Jouus' will. ietlflrii: I
word dip was niiiilo In fast 'time. The lo Us execution.
trade wliiilJ were blowing strongly nnd Judge Hubliimn named If l Ilap.ii,
thu run lo port was enjoyed very much. P II Damon ami M T. Hlmunloii us
Thu ('hat lotto left Molokal nt 2 in-uenil niipriilscrs of tile estato and
o'clock Suiiilay ufternoon and tho Ha-
,s wall an hour Inlir, but arrived boin Inheritance lux duo lo the Territory.
nliout thivu-ipuirters of nn hour iiIi.miI
5 of the charlotte C. The Hawaii rai.-li-1 Purser Sheldon of tho Iii cr-Islnii.l
ed tlm wharf ut 7 o'clock tho sum.' steamer Mauna I.oa turtB thu fol
? evening i lowlUB sUK"'' UWIllllUB elilpilient ut
? ' - m, . ICona mill Kail iioits: Puiinluu. '."'JO I;
Tnelo liidlrlmt'lits woro retmnel
toilay hv llio Terrllorl.il grand juiv
They aro all on tho secret (l!o.
W 0. Smith returned from Maul on
tho Maiin.i Kea this murnliii;, after a
brief business trip to Maul, nnd mya I
that whllo Mr. IJahluIn Is very III. It
is hoped that ho will rally us ho has
from other Illnesses
j "llu has been ipillo low before, mill
iiltlioutjh It Ih ri-cnsnlzt-J that ho Is
;VBry m t tlm pr-setil time, every
' liopo Is cntertulncd Tor his rciuvcry,"
. ..l.l tt- Umllh
.... .j. .......
Mr llaldwln Is at n hotel In San
' Kranelsei) nnd will probably Bluy
there for a whllo unless his condition
neceHBllates his kciIiik to a litisiltal.
ese, umi Mr. Alfunso the Portuguese.
The Chinese luemhti- Is still lo
Cb'iin-Up Day" headqiiartirs will
oroli.ilih liu oiieiied In the Public Her
'"""""' "" '" ..... i
lco Assoc ut on rooms, on lorl street,
' . ' ' ..ii...
u the (iiiarleis rornlerly oecu ded liy
' ,, ., . , ,i...
the HiillulWi A lucetlntr of the
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Oaliii hiiprovemf'nt club coininllteo It
called for this afternoon at 4 o'clock hi
thu rooms of the Merchants' Arsocl.i-
Hon, to dlsmss il, lulln In connection
with the clean-up eainpjli.'ii
MRS. JONES' WILL
P C Jem "i luined this inorn-
also to determine Ihe amount of the.
llonuapn 816; Knllu.'i 100; Kukulhaclo
i 1713; llunoban 1600; P.i-iuh.iii 1300;
' I'aatillo 4000; Kukiilau 1S08.
(Assortaled I'rss Cllile
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 13. The
committee probing the American Sugar
Refining Company, known as tho "sug
ar trust," continued its Investigations
today. Mr. Atkins of the company, in
response to a question, testified that
the American Sugar Refining Company
owns one-half of the stock of the Pa
cific Coast refineries and Spreckels the
other half. The committee took up the
matter of duties on raw sugars, the
Const and Eastern prices of refined
sugar and the effect of freight rates
on the prices.
"Vi-H. I sen Hint Kulilu Is nroin-
Islnc to do Croat ililupi when lie
Rets to WnnhliiKton," said (lov-
I ernor Frear Mils iiiiirnlnir "I
! am not worrjlnt;, huwever We -t'
have alwfiys been frlelull) ill cor-
J rospoudeiice nml meetlnt; and I
j know of no lensou for chance " !
Tho (itrtcrnor'fl temarks were
): mado in reply to a question as
' to what ho thought of Trlnee Ku-
. hlo's Htntcment nt San Francis-
co that lie would oppose the (io-
J- ..!.. 1 ... ........ ...
T ", ' " i'i" '" """r- T
. f '"K'u '""' wen staled that ho v
l.llllll !,,(,.- HV ,1I.I(ll(tlVIII. 114 .1
S'Congresslonal t'otuinltteo of lu- !
vesication to look Into the Fre.ir -t'
DtlcKiito Kulilu appears to have un
bodied his wiuth uKulnkt Governor
l"renr thu moment he reached tlm
mainland on his way to WiishliiKtuii
Tho San I'r.ilii'lsco newspapers found
thu prince rtad lu cxplodu und liu did
explode hi no uncertain rashlou.
The Kan 1'ianclsco Hxaiiilncr prints
"That Waltir F Pre'ar will not bo in
(ho running when It comes to his ro-
itippnlutiucul to the lluvtriiorvhlp uf
tho Territory of Hawaii, Is thu opinion
of Jonah Kuhlo Kalanliiuuole, belter
million un ill, i.e v ii'iu, nnu ,ii,itf-u
j f i in Houuhilti yestirday, en routu to
"'Clovernor Prear Is iiiiiuitnbhi fur
' Position bo holds." sahl the prince
'Nearly cvtry uct ho lias perfori
' ,...,,, ,
since bo luino Into oil Icn has been In
.... , ,. ,., , ,
Hm Interesls of the wealtliy class and
. . ..,, allafiil. ti.i.ni,., nf tin. piiiiimiiti
"'With the nmlerlil lu my posses
sion, I hope to prove to the President
that tho reappointment nf Prear to hli
position will spell calamity to Ha
waii'" AT MOANA HOTEL
Tito Mojua Hotel will give one of
Ilk popular moonlight dances tonight.
Tho music will ho furnished by a Ha
waiian quintet club. Local army and
navy olllcers and their Indies, as well
as thu townfulk, aro cordially United.
At 7:30 o'clock tills evening there
will bo u meeting uf thu Kallhl-Palama
Improvement Club In tho Kulllil Set
tlement, for the purpose of dlfcusslug
tho "Clean-up Day " All tho iiiem
lurs of tho club, und thosn who tiro
luleiesled lu tho work, "are requested
,&BiVMiam . re"-""" w r .
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