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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911. 12 PAGES.
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MAY BLOCK IMMIGRATION I BIG BUSINESS DEAL
AGENT CAMPBELL SEES A DANGER
( Arnoolntfil Prsi CuM.)
tloni are that it will bo Impotsiblo to
flo.jt any part of lit battleihlp Maine,
according to the engineers who are at
work on the cofferdam about the hulk.
It is taid that according to the preterit
outlook the wreck Is Irreparable.
(Fl-i-clal II u 1 In I In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 16.
Tettifying before the special commit"
tee Investigating the alleged "sugar
trust," Henry Oxnard of New York,
president of the American Beet Sugar
Company, today declared that the put
ting of the DrooUlyn refinery into the
"trust" netted half n million dollar
profit. Me Jedarod that the American
Suyar Refining Company, capitalised
? 12,000,000. He said the largest holding
1 12,000. He said the largest holding
of the Oxnnrds is a million in Louisl-
PLAN IN HOUSE
(Associated Press C?.iU0
WASHINGTON, D. C.June 10. A
joint resolution was- Introduced in the
Hoit&o today, providing for a summer
capitol, which has been discussed and
considered for years.
PRYCE ARRESTED FOR
I Asswlateil Piess Cable.)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., June 16
General Pryce, formerly of tho Mexi
' can rebel army, was arretted today for
violation of the neutrality laws in con
nection witli the recruiting of men to
fight the federals.
ONLY ONE CHIEF OF
POLICE NOW IN 'FRISCO
ARHorlatril Press Cable.)
CAN FRANCISCO, Cal., June 16. D.
A. White is now undisputed chief of
police, replacing John F. Seymour, who
was removed by the police commit
CHINESE RAILWAY LOAN
(Associated I'ress PaMe.)
LONDON, Eng., June 16. The Chi
nese railway loan of $30,000,000 has
been oversubscribed here.
STRIKE OF DECKHANDS
lAssurlsteil Press CllMH.)
QERLIN, Ger., June 16. The strike
of tho international seamen's union is
now confined to deck-hands.
TO WELCOME DIAZ.
VIGO, Spain, June 1C. Ex-President
Diaz arrived today and proceeded to
Corunna. The mayor has instructed
Madrid that he be welcomed in the
name of the king and the people.
I'lay In the President's Cup tourna
ment will take place at Ihu Oahu
Country Club links on Saturday, Juno
IT, and Sunday, June 18.
gr-BULLlvriN AU8 PAY
Now At Crisis
"Opposition coming fiom certain
Portugtteso lmufcpapeis ptibllsho 1
uotli In 1'urtiiR.il ami In tliu Azores,
has been Instrumental lu ictntdlug
tliu work of tho Tetrltorlal Hoard of
Immigration ngentB In tliclr work of
enlisting people to migrnlo to Ha
waii," una one or beveral Inloieslliig
statements made In A. J. Campbell,
Special Agent for tliu 'ferritin lul
Hoard, who returned to Honolulu this
morning after an absence of ten
inoutliH spent In (Ileal llrllalu ami
tho continent of Kuiopn.
".Much will depend upon llio rcpoit
that goes out from tliu Immigrants
who ncro pent lo the Inlands In the
steamship Orlerlc," sayit Special
Agent Campbell, In dlsriiailug tby
xmlbilty ot a steady immigration to
Hawaii fiom Spain ami porttiGal,
"Our iiKPUtn now In iIih Held tiro
awaiting action to he takey nL tliM
en, of the lino. Portuguese and
Spanish peoplo lake kindly to the
ptrlposltton of coming to Hawaii.
Many perilous Included lu rormer lots
of Immlguints nrihlng hy tho Swan
ley and the Orlerlc have a number of
icIatlvcH now In those countries who
aro expecting to Join futuio parlies to
MRS, M'lJUAID RECITES
MARITAL TROUBLES IN
CASE AGAINST HUSBAND
Mrs. Charlotto McQuald was nu the
r.taud this morning In the ilUoieo put
ceedlugs bufm6 Circuit Jiulgti Ilybln
Eon and cutitluued Ihu story of mat 1-1
lal dllllcultle.s that she began jester
McQuald was given a bad reputa
tion by Ids wife while 1'iank (licen-1
well, of Komi, who was placed on lli'jj
eland hy Attorney Coke lu McQuuld'i
behalf so hu could catch I nil ay's boat1
to Komi, gao McQuald an excellent!
character for subtlety and attention to
"Mr. McQuald struck and uhiiM'd
mo frequently," said Mrs. McQuald on
her illt oct examination bj hor coin,
oel, Lorrln Andrews. ,
Asked for n moro detailed leeltal
of attacks committed hy her hus-i
baud she slated that the Hist oc-l
curied while they were lllng on
Kauai In the voar 1005. Slio slat.'dl
that her hushaud was wmklng for'
the Makeo Sugar Company ami com-1
Hawaii will bo advurtlsed at the lilg
Shrluor conclave lu Hocheslof, N. Y
next month as It was never advei Us
ed befote at a similar gathering. In
fact, when "Sunny Jim" McOandle&s,
C. O. Huckus, S. S. l'axsou, h. C
Allies and others got busy handing
out Hawaiian coffee, Hawaiian pine
apples, pineapple Juice and a lino f
general "boost" talk, tho nobles of
Ihu ted fez will think they have met
a traveling promotion committee.
i MiCaudlcss, ' Ilockus and 1'axr.ou
will lo.tvo on the Koiea tomorrow, and
Abies Is booked out on the Wllhol-
Tho main reason for any display of
opposition to the work ot tccrulllng
Immigrants In Spain or I'm tug il ac
cotdlng to Mr. Campbell Is that tliern
exists at tho present time a. consid
erable scarcity of labor in tliu agri
cultural (lluli lets.
Labor Scare In Europe.
"Why they wero paying at high at
two dollars a day for laboiers In the
lueyards lu tho wlno growing ills
trlcls of Italy, before I left Kuropc.
'Tliu agricultural interests of Por
tugal as well as Spain do nut like to
see huge nuuibers of their iieople
leaving for another country. The
nuwspapeis have from time to lime
count out with elaborate but untruth
fill taleB of slavery' and peonage on
Hawaiian sugar entates.
"Von, It iii uboul lh nnmo thins
over them us It was hero whenever
labor re'ctultlliB agents visit the Ha
waiian Islands," admitted Sir. Camp
Steamships Not Always Available.
Speclul Agent Campbell says llint
ho made a c.iieful study of available
steamship charteis during his absence
"It Is no easy mailer to secure a
(Continued on Page 8)
lug homo fiom the mill in an lutoxl
cated condition grasped her by the
Ihroal and, bumped Iter head against
Tho reason for tho attack sho said
was McQuuld'H belief that she had
committed adultery lu lllki which she
asserted was falio.
"One night while wo wero living at
W'ulklkl," said Mrs. McQuald, "he
came home mid acted like an Insane
man. Ho said that ho wanted to Bee
mo aloun and when I went Into a
loom with him ho drew a pistol and
holding It against my forehead, hit
told mo that t had to confess that I
had been Intimate with .Mr. Drvor
This I denied and hu mado mo sit
by him for Ihreo hours."
On this occasion Mrs. McQuald said
that her husband had been taking
bromide, and he was about lu tho
sumo condition that ho was when In
(Continued onPage 2)
inlna. They will carry wllli them a
choice lino of assorted booniloln for
tliu Islands, and a free talk on Ha
wans cuaiuis win tie gion away
wllh ovciy pineapple or hag of Kona
Tho headquarters of tho Hawaiian
lunch will be at Ihu Powers Hotel In
Itochestcr, wheto the" membors of the
Kinnd council will ho lodged. Hawaii
.scores hy being advantageously plae
ed to statt wllh, Tho convention
mould from July 11 to 13 and tho Ho
nolulii nobles will bo curly on tho
ground to Install their "exhibit." Ha
, (Continued on Page 8)
Hawaiian Irrigation Company
Has Established Itself and
FOR STOCK EXCHANGE
All Its Water Under Contract
at Profitable Figure--Water
Needed Whether Pi ice of
Sugar Is High 01 Not.
Irrigation projects hue ulways been
so uttractKu to the Invotor that the
stock has ordinarily hint held exclu
sively by the large capitalists of tliu
Islands. Willi the UMing of ha Ha
waiian IrrlKallon Company's Mod; oil
the Honolulu Stock. IJM Uiuid T.X'
cliutige, huHcvir, thrf stuck of that en
terprlxu Is inudu uvallablu to thu pub
lie lit u time when all tliu experimental
stages hue tutu passed, and Uu hu-
curllj hah bihlnd It the stublu value
of work computed ami lu full'swlnn
of profitable operation.
Tliu Hawaiian Irrigation Company 1
lino of the proved successes of tho'IYr
rltory Its wuter sources have been
tested. Its wuter Is ull sold under
contriiLt at goud rates; the ctiulpment
Is lu tlist-ibiss condition and does not
tukkly deteriorate Tor nn Invest
meiit witli absnlutu value behind It,
thu Irrigation stock Is superior tu sug
ur enterprises, Ixcalise water will ill
ways he lu ilt ma ml for thu laud of
tho section uudir cultivation, whether
sugar Is product d ut u profit or not
Among thu principal stockholders of
tint company ale I'aauhaii Sugar Com
puny, John Hind, Thco. II. Davles &
Co, I'. U Thompson. lMwurd I'ollltz,
A. H. Wilcox, llnniikua Sugar Com
pany, Lewis & CO, J. T. McCrosson,
C. K. demons William Henry, Wo
terhouso Trust Company, and others
This puts the stock In thu list of
those supported hy the best business
Judgment of the Islands, and furnishes
u further opening for the Investment
of funds III heme enterprlves thu future
of which Is certain, und which Is far
better than the outsldo schemes for
Investing In uncompleted propositions
put before the public In glittering
Tho stutement of tho company's II-
iutiicl.il condition as submitted for thu
Information of tliu Honolulu Stock and
nonil nxchauge follows:
HAWAIIAN IIUtlOATION COM
Incorporated In 1904, Under the Law
of tho Tri rltory ot Hawaii. Loca
tion, Dhdrlct of Hamakua, Island
of Hawaii Manuger, J. T. Mo
CroMuin. Superintendent, Jorgen
Jorgensin. Agents, Theo. If. Da
vles Co., Ltd, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Capital Stock, fully paid, II.SS0.000.
Number of Shares, 125,000. Par Value,
Miles of Ditches. Lie:
Upper Ditch system 27 miles
Lower " " 2G "
Total , M miles
The company supplies wuter to tho
Puclllc Suear Mill Co. Ltd.! Ilono-
kan Sugar Co, Ltd.; I'auuhau Sugar
Tho water Is purchased under long
term contracts, und at present amounts
Upper Ditch systein, 15.000.000
Lower Ditch system, 33,000,000
gals ' 115,000
Total amount of contracts.. $183,000
(Continued on Pag 3)
Americans Hurrying to
JMSsaBFlTLr"'tt-COROtvTiOK ' 2sJ
NEW YORK The giant liner Lusltanla sailed from this port crowded
with Americans who are hurrying to attend the coronation ceremonies.
John Hays Hammond, the special United States ambassador to the core,
nation, I) as already gonj, and thousands of his countrymen are following'
him. Trie Lusltanla carried several notable parties.
SUPREME COURT MAJORITY
USURPS LEGISLATIVE POWERS
- DECLARES JUSTICE DE BOLT
Some emphatic words of dissent aru
Included lu the opinion of Associate
Justlcu Du Holt of thu .Supreme Court
wherein hu upholds thu appropriation
passed hy the last Lcgltjutuiu fpr the
payuitiit of thu Cummin ilntm, dln
iigleelng with thu opinions of Chief
Justlcu Ilolerltion and Associate Jus
tice Perry, nhoau opinions resulted In
the upsetting of the appropriation and
supporting of thu objections found by
Iteferrlng to tho fait that Chief Jus
tlcu Robertson nuJ Associate Justlcu
rry declared the statute Invalid uu
different ground', l)e Holt says:
"I'Jiu conclusion reached by tho ma
jority, each member by a scpurate ulid
distinct process of reasoning, Is, In ef
fect, u holding thai tliu statuto Is un
Three New French Machines
Arrive Masson Will Fly
Aviator Masson will leave Leilehua
at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning, and
expects to arrive at Kaplolani Park
about 8:30. His route will depend
largely on the air currents, but ha
will probably not go far froirj the
coast line. r
Arrangements have been made be
tween Manager Scully and the Ha
waiian Electric Company that when
Aviator Mascon starts from Leilehua
tomorrow morning, for his flight to
constitutional. Cun It be successfully
claimed tliat the Invalidity of tliu stat
uto lh placed beoud reasonable doubt
when thu members of tliu court declar
ing It Invalid uru each unable to adopt
tliu leasonlug of thu oilier? Presuma
bly each eiittrlnlus doubt us tu the
Jsouiiduess of the views expressed by
lUferring to Ihu merits of tliu case,
Just he Do Holt has thu following to
say, taking direct Issue with thu con
clusioiib of his colleagues:
"Tho claim In iii-stlon being found
ed upon equity unit natural Justice, It
juas wdthln the power of thu Legisla
ture to recognize It as a debt duo from
thu people to Mr Cummins.
i "The legislature lu thu enactment of
I (Continued on Page S)
Kaplolani Park, the start will be an
nounced by one lorig blast, followed
by two short blasts, of the big whistle
of the electric company.
Two new Hkrlot monoplanes for
Avlntur Mnssun, direct from Trance,
arrived this morning on the Sierra
Musson will nse una of theso machines
lu tho lung Might from Lelleliua to
Kaplolani Park which ho expects lo
make early tomonow morning.
A.II jirrangements for the Mights have
been completed, and tho public will
have n chance to see tliu blrdmen Hy
on Saturday and Sunday. The ma
chines aro of the navy typo and aro
said to bo good lljers
Musson will make a daring night
from Lellchua tomorrow morning, hav
ing tho pout at 8 o'clock, and should
be ut thu park about liulf an hour aft
erwards If no mishaps are met on thu
way This will be the llrst time this
'machine will be put lu action, and
I (Continued on Page 8)
John F. Colburn today closed the
deal by which he disposes of his prop
erty on Maunakea and King streets for
fifty thousand dollars.
This largest of recent city property
deals has been simmering for some
days, the final papers pasting this
afternoon. The purchaser is Henry
The purchase covers the buildings at
the corner of King and Maunakea ex
tending down the street to C. Q. Yee
Hop's premites, and including the Me-
Tlghe and Osakt stores. Th. tot is
deep, though not reaching quit
through to Queen street.
The deal was put through by W. C.
Achi, cooperating with th Henry Wa-
terhout Trust Co.
Charles It Driimmnnd, the St Louis
millionaire oxer whose head a charge,
uf alleged bigamy hangs, and who re
cently llguied In u series of sensation
ul adventures oil the Coast, Is believed'
lo have arrhed In Honolulu this morn
lug on thu steuinshlp Sierra.
l'luiiiinund's name does not appear
on the passenger list, but II 'Is declar
ed that he boarded the vessel at San
fraiiclscu, together with a woman
companion known lu l-os Angeles as
Mrs Chuiles II Diuibiir, nnd arrived
lure under ussumid names.
Druuimnud arrived in San I"ranclco
last Saturday from oLs Angeles In com
pan) witli Ihu pretty dark-haired wo
man who Is believes! to bu now mask
lug iih his wife, and his plans, It was
dim-oven d, wero to Mill. on the Sierra.
Ills plans to,sall un thu Sierra were
llrst found out lu Los Angeles, when'
baggage was checked out for the Si
erra and attempts to dlsgulsu ills Ini
tials on thu baggage, as well as those
of Mrs Dunbar, wero seen by keen
e) es I
Figured in Digamy Case,
Driimiiioud left Los Angeles nn the
result of the dlscuvery that besides
having figured as Ihu hero lu four
(Continued on Pag 8)
I'. M. Hatch pri diets. thut there wilt
be a long session of Congress, und hu
will not hu bui prised If It lusts all
summer, through the sweltering heat
of Washington's hot days. Ho arrhed
un the Hkrra this morning.
Mr Hatch, who has represented th
Hawaiian Planters' Association at
Washington for many jeurs, returns tu
Honolulu to make his permanent home.
Ills resignation was occasioned by thu
dentil of Mrs Hatch, who passed away
last winter after a long Illness.
lu speaking of conditions at Ihu na
tional capital. Mr Hatch Is Inclined
tu Ixllevo that the reciprocity treaty
with Canada will bo approved. Presi
dent Tuft Is swinging hit. full Inlluenca
to carry this to a final success, til
(Continued on Page 8)
l'loven tins of opium, worth be
tween $100 and IfiOO, wore sclicd by
Collector ot Customs Stackable this
morning, the stuff being landed from
Sierra, consigned to u local man.
While tho name of the man has not
been divulged, It Is said that lie will
bo arrested toon.