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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4958.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
EXPERTS PLAN WAR AGAINST FRUIT-FLY P
WHOLE CITV TO
Tho Rtory of a inurilcr. Hie hurling
of a mil is nvcr u cliff tin tho const of
Hawaii mill tlio currying of IiIh body
out t sea appeared In a trial bcfoie
Circuit Judge Hoblnsou In which
Chin Ion TIIciiiiiIi hi ought suit against
n Hawaiian mitiiPiI Mnkna, alleging ii
It waH wlilli' Tltromli was on tho
idaiul that Hhi story of thu alleged
liiimliT was lulurjcctcd Into n cnsu of
iai tiKTBliip niiil alleged partnership
dllfercncos over pigs mill horses, Tit
fonib'H attorney Cloni Qulim, claim
I hi; that thoio was u partnership
iigrooment between his rllcut mul Mn
kaa while the latter look nu entirely
different view of their relationship.
It was when Tllcomu was asked
, why hu did not object to n certain
horse tiade that hu brought up the
alleged murder. k
"Mnkau h.'ul told mo ho mid another
tiinii hud thrown u Clilncao over a
cliff up In Hawaii," ho said, "and hn
thru observed that ho was afraid of
helm; treated the same way and ac
cnidliiKly let things go."
The lefcietico to tho murder on tho
witness stand did not Bcem to arouse
roimuent In the courtroom and Ma
kaa ilbl not appear to be a bit dis
turbed by tho recital ot a story where
in hu was chut god with claiming cre
dit for having assisted In throwing n
( lilnoso over a cliff.
Delegato Kithlo Is leaving
Washington today for Honolulu,
This Is tho report that was
: about luuii this uiuriilng and ills- '
! cusslori of the reason for tho
Delegato's departure from Wash-
! tiigloii before Ilmil arrangements
weio miidu for the Congressional
visit, was gpiioral.
! Manager Colburn of the Kaplo-
.' lists I Kstule, who tismilly keeps in !
telegraphic touch with tho Del-
! egate, states that he has heard
: nothing ftoiu Kiihlo nhbiit his re- !
turn, and In fact has received no
reply from, u cablegram sent
yesterday, Colburn himself may
go lo Han I'lanrlRCo hy tho W'll-
helmlua tomorrow;. Ho will not
however confirm n roport that ho
Is to Join tho Delegate thorn and !
! confer with him on business mat- !
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CEREUS IN FLOWER
The iilght-hluonilng cereua that sur
lounds O.ihu College grounds will bo
In full bloom tonight nbout 8 o'clock
This Is a sight thut no tourist should
On Wednesday, Juno 2D, from 11 a
in. until 4 p in., there will hu held at
tho riinnit, of tho Hawaii rrnnmtlnn
Committee nn exhibition of somo of the
h.'.intirnl hibiscus (lowers thut nro
growing In tho gardens of Honolulu.
it. .,1 einih.envered notebook, between
T, H. Pavles .t Co.'s otllco mid Young
Hotel Finder return to Bulletin of-
tice. ' 495S-3t
For More Time
Rovcrnor Frear's nominee for land
coimnlsslouer was not endorsed by thu sired, which inlghl lie taken us evl
Iti'publleiin Teunltoilal executive com- denco that thu committed can nut Im
mllteu when the coininltteo mot lit mediately endorse the nun chosen by
noun today to consider several nninl- the governor.
nations fur various oltlces submitted liy I The tuiniulttee endorseil men fur li
the (Inventor. After soitio discussion, cense and fence commissioner. The
nrtinu on thu Coventor's cliulou for tlirc license commissioners fur O.ihu
land commissioner wuh tlefericil until at present holding olllce Carlos Long,
u meeting to be held next Mundiiy nl Wlllnrd itrown and C. II. Cooke were
noon. Thu meeting mm not set for endorsed for reappointment. Tor Maul,
Saturday as that has been declared u J X S. Williams, (Jrurgo Cupp mul
hnllilny. jf. A. Baldwin, all holding olllce. were
Speculation Is rife nruunil the city 'also favored for reappointment, lati
ns to Hboni thu Governor baa named ilnntcment of Hawaii and Kauai license
for thu position, tuiNhl selection has commissioners was pnstponcd'untll next
been kept (pilot. A well-known poll-'Monday.
Ileum 'and business Hum husolTiied to
bet that the Coventor would upiolnt
n inaliiliinder Action was expected
iriuu ine cuminiiieo touii), nui oviuem-
NEW BOND ISSUE EXPECTED
TO BE ON BASIS OF FOUR
PER CENT SAYS GOVERNOR
The llrst half of thu new Territorial
bond Issuo of t3.000.UOO will probably
ho lloated on u 4 per cent busts, nc
coidluK to letters received by (imertior
l'rear this morning from Treasurer U.
I,. Colliding anil Attorney C It. Ilein
ciinny. Thu new Territorials tvlll bo
redeemable In twenty years ami pay
able In thirty, according to the best
judgment of Ifemeiiwiiy and Conktlng.
who have gone Into thn K.iKteru bond
market with tboioiiKhncss.
"They have lippiitcutly canvassed thu
situation pretty thoroughly," mid Oov-
GIRL CLERK OUT;
The fasL-whlrllnc wheel ot events In
the loud supervisor's otllco look uli
utber turn lids morning, and Albert
V.. Harris landed us thu Uiluf clerk, In
thu placu of Miss ( I race Suajile. Miss
Hwiiynu iiult thu olllcn several dus
ugo, and her successor wus appointed
by Ito.ul Kupviilsor Wllih-r tills morn
ing. Miss Snayim was forced to resign
when tlio Hoard of Kuptrvlsnrs held up
her salary, busing their action on thu
chargH that under the city charter she
is Ineligible to hold olllce, hi which
conclusion tho supervbors went upheld
by tho city and county attorney's uf-
II) n decision handed down hy the
Supremo Cotut this morning the Ka-
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,l..f n.iil nnuii l.rntllrlit ninilriKt It liv ! k-
tlie Territory for thu recovery of lauds
In Mnnoa Valley, and tho Judgment ot
J'lgo Whitney Is iilllrined.
Tho land Involved In the suit was
vuluablo taro lunil In Munoa, und the
Iv mure time fur discussion win le-
(Jeorgo Campbell was endorsed for
fence commissioner of Knu, to take the
.vacjliey created liv the appointment of
itnucri i orresi as lax assessor.
emor l'rear In referring to tho llrst ro
port from Conkllng and Hemeiiwny on
their mission "They have completed
their work in New York and It now
seems that the bonds will be at 4 per
cent Theru have hern. apparently no
gleat dllllcultles In tlm way"
Conkllng and Ifemeiiwiiy are now In
Washington and no time has us yet
been given for their return home.
"It Is too early to think of letiirn."
tho Oowrnor said "They will have
plenty to do In Washington, whero thu
bunds must receive thorough consider
a I hut"
HARRIS IN NOW
Miss Hwnyne succeeded John C
Aiideison, who was let out only n few
weeks ago fur alleged Inattention to
his work and bus slnie landed us u pro
Mr. Harris Is n resident of tho sec
oiul precinct of the Fourth Wurd. Al
though politics III thu past has played n
large part In the conduct of tho of-
lice, Harris pleads not guilty tobelng a largo shipment of Inn sen and mules
much of n politician, and ituad Huper- will bo sent flout Stockton by river
visor Wilder sas that politics have no kteumer to Kjii I'liinelseo, wberu thu
place In this appointment. Harris was animals will be truusfuieil lo iisteaui
boru In thu Islands and was formerly er bound for Honolulu A. V. Hooker,
employed with thu p.iclllc Hardware who for years bought hundreds ot
Company lie says he Is nut mixed up mules ulid horses for the United Btutos
In politics. i Army mul also souio month), ago made
ejso was cairled to thu Supietno Court
hy Attorney C W. Asbford, for thu Ku
ilolanlNi:state, u number of assign
ments of eiror being made.
Tlio Supremo Court holds that thn 'el(. animals will he glvm the rcgu
service on the defendants In the suit latlon government '"! before being
win In iironer form mul tlint Jiutni
Whitney wus not dlsiiualltled from sit-
ting lu tho ease because ho had been
counsel for thu government In an no
tlon for suinmnry possession Involving
"Do you prefer beauty or brains?"
"Does not tlio fact that I havo pro
posed to you repentedly provo that I
prefer both'" Houston Post.
(Assix-lilled Press f.'.lble 1
WASHINGTON, D. C June 20.
w u u ...
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late Henry Havemeyer, the sugar mag-
. . .; . .. .
Time, was igaajr canvu am a wnncii u.
fors the special committee probing the
alleged sugar trust. Young Havemeyer
declared that he Is opposed to tho
American Sugar Refining Company. He
defended his father's actions and sought
to show that they were not contra'ry to
LATE MEXICAN LEADER
UHAHUtU Wl i H MUKUkn
(Assncinteil Imss CnbhO
LOS ANGELES, Cab, June 20 Gen.
C. Rhys Price, until a few days ago
leader of Mexican rebels, was
formarllv charued with the murd
former Governor Prfeto t7 Lower Call.
forma, also with arson.
DIAZ ON WAYJ0 PARIS
Afutnclutt'il Pith- Pablo.)
HAVME, France, Juno 20. Ex-Pros-ident
Dtaz of Mexico arrived hero to
day, bound for Pant.
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS
CONVENE AT 'FRISCO
(Associated Press CnT.IO
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat.,' June 20.
The International Sunday school con
vention opened hero today, with Sun
day school workers and divines from
all over tho world in attendance.
SAN FRANCISCO CORONER
DIES FROM ACCIDENT
i PibW )
CalH June 20.
Dr. William J. Walsh, coroner of San
Francisco, who was seriously hurt on
June 11, when bis automobile plunged
over a steep embankment, died hero to
HAN KRArJciSCO, Jimn 20 Ifeets:
88 analysis, 10s 7 1 4.1 , purity, 4 23c.
Trevlous nuolallon. 10j" 7d
STOCKTON, June II Next Tuesday
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nil lilt) t'liLiru rui uu tji tt, ruiiuih "-,
j n.ii iu n.tr lin.llnir. Tho
authorities of the Islands nro Very!
strict nbout the landing of ull kinds of
animals, but when they have oncu'
passed tlio noveiinu.nl test here, theru
Is not the slightest trouble, Hooker
wilt accompany the slilpimnt nnd ie
main several weeks on tho Islands.
2185 editorial rooms 2250
business nfllee. These urn Hie tele--pliuue
numbers of lit llulletln.
sel with tlusu uiilinals fur Tuhltl. has been III Honolulu on u business trip,
rounded up the stock for the Honolulu declared Ibis morning that the rat
planters. Ills sbl cut went 'thVniigh tleiuon of tho Islands nro facing u.i
i ti,iii ..in, iii toss of 'unlv ouu set Ions a problem ns the fruit-men
Ko0 I2"2 2sLw t W
H'lUV UC T1 llMLU till villi? El
NCW YORK James D. Duke, active
head of tho "tobacco trust," will be one
of the chief defendants when the gov
crnrrent brings criminal action against
the tr.cn named in the complaint In the
recent successful suit against the com
bine. The Department of Justice is now
considering the question of bringing
criminal suits against leading men In
the American Tobacco Co. Amona the
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decided in the United States Supremo
Court wero Thomas F,
York financier, and P,
Ryan, the. New
A. B. Widoner,
tho Philadelphia multimillionaire.
fAssiK'l lletl Presa Outde.)
VASHINCTON, D. C, June 20
With many of the Insurgent Republi
cans voting with the Democrats, tho
House of Representatives today passed
," Underwood wool tariff bill by a vote
of 221 to 100.
TARIFF BOARD NOT
READY WITH REPORTS
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 20.
Precident Taft today sent a meeiage to
the House that the tariff board will not
be ready to report on the proposed
wool and cotton schedules before next
STRIKERS AT CROCKED' TRY
TO PREVENT UNLOADING OF
News of a big fctrlke of wurehouso
unrkers nl I hu California-Hawaiian
Sugar Itelliilug Coinp.uiy at Crockett,
Cul., was rccclvid today front tho
Coast. Tho stilko wus caused, accord
ing to the reports, because tint strik
ers, who belong to the wurehousu wuik-
Its' union, bad demanded uli Increase
in wiiges which tho empluycrs refused
lo give. At List aecuiinls, Hie Hltu.i -
Hon was still critical, strikebreakers
had been Imported to taku tho places of
lite strikers, and Hit re was danger ot news of alniiulug conditions was sent
mob violence. Thu strike uffects thojto him by Superintendent Una Hurt-!
handling of Migar cargoes that go from inunri, mid hn Is expected to return at
here to the Count I once.
The San Francisco Chronicle of Julio) "At 10 o'clock last night lljrlmiiuii
13 says: jinude tint following statement
"Two hundred striking wurehousuj "'The demands of thu strikers for
workeis of the California-Hawaiian what amounts to n M per cent, lucre. iko
Sugar Itelliilug Company at Crnckett pit- day lite exoibltiilil and the. coin
last night besieged the tented camp of p.iny wilt not submit We. have plenty
'.'UOslilkcbreiikerstakeiitberefrumH.nl of nun-uuloulsU to earn on the work
Francisco, and with the momentary ex- ot the strikers and will keip them
pectatlnu of bloodshed mid threats of hero all slimmer if necessary mid with
two scorn Plnkertuii detectives that at pleat); of protection"
the first sign of hostilities rllles would (ContlnueJ on Page G)
Drummoiid, an oxtenslvu cut-
r of liana. Maul, who has
nro with tho Medlterrnneaii n).;crui feet nign now over land tuai
Driimiiioiul Miys (hat the "i.iimikaill," used to furnish grazing for largo
u weed pest, Ig rapidly encroaching on numbers of cattle," said Driiliimoud
tho grazing lands of Mlilll and lliai in
a very few years It will wlpo out
largo pasture tracts.
Keports of (his pest havo romo from
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ni various iiuics, u m .. ..,.
il , ..I t ,,t. ,tt,l .1 .... ..am i'lin!
""'ra navu aio ueei. u..,u,ice ..u.
ll IS gelling a looi-uoiii mo uiiiiii
lalainls. Driimmnnd declares that up or Koderal oxperlment stations sliuuld The women of tho city wero more or
to tho present the efforts of rancher tuko up ery sorlnusly and spend mo- less organlml for the occasion, and
and governnient experts have niiuUi to ney In HndltiK some me'iiiHlo stop tho during tho day of wurk, lu every see
slop tho spiend of this weed has liiado pest, for the ratllu Interests of tho tlon lu which the men were vvrestlli.
no Impression, ami that It Is u mo- Inlands uto seriously throutened." ' , (Continued on Page 4)
Br jk. .jmu
be brought Into inc. the town was bur-
. derlm: on n slate of hvslerla.
"There Is no probabllUy of an ami-
cable settlement, company olllccrs and
union men lenialulug linn In their re
spective stands, and only the pleas of
the unionists' fumlllus will inert blooii-
shed, (liorge M Itolph, Keiieral man
ugr of tho sugar reilnlng cuinp.inj. Is
jitow In Yusemite, where he unit u
.short tlmo ago because of Ill-health,
but last night u message conveying
naco so rerlous that pari of the firi.Ot'O
appropriated by tho last legislature
to wipe out posts should bo dovole.l pi"fii a very pnuuineiii aim inipuri
o U. I mil pari.
"The pamakaul, or 'wind bioak' ns A Suiulay was ilosou for Ihu work
II means In Hawaii, Is growing sov- The l.tlsir unions all e.une to the fore
unlay. "ineio Feenis no way ki
slop It hy ordinary methods. If It Is
pulled tip, n plant Is Immediately ftd-
lowed hy n hundred others. The
ltitl.lt, It,.. I.im-. ..ld.l ti,..iinA.ti.. fillll, in
.....,.. na.e in.ii miiiiiu
i ...s is Eoiiie.iiiui; ..' iciu.u.jiii
lie sure )oit kuun what the Medi
terranean II) iill.irks before joii make
a wholesale ntlaiL on the II) b) fruit
On this one point tho scientists
agree, Judging from the expiesslous
of opinion lllado by thu experts ill the
luncheon gheii by President tlllmore
of thu College of Hawaii at the Uni
versity Club this noun.
Ileyond thut point various differ
ences ot opinion develop. Director
Wilcox ot the Federal Kxperlmeiit
Stutlun for Instiiucn siijh that II Is
Impossible to wIhi out the lly ome
It Is established. II. O. Clark agrees
with that. Mr. lllgglns'of tho experi
ment station believes that tho lly can
be exterminated utid It Is the duty of
tho people of Hawaii to call the at
tention of Congress to thu nerlousiiess
1 of thu situation and carry on the wort;
by Federal means lis It Is n Federal
tnicstlon. Kverynne agrees that mil
lions of dollars will bo reipiiied to
I Meanwhile the iiaruiitlnu of Cali
fornia will ho continued until the lly
i leaches California.
I Prof. i:iirhorn of tho Hoard of Ag
I I iculture opened thu discussion by
describing tho lly und tho ilavastntluti
jit has wrought In other countries. It
has done tremendous dnmngo In Aug-
tralla, from which placo It would up
, pear tho pest canto to Hawaii. Mr.
Ktirhurn said the pest had bcon found
locally In thu malign, certain guavas,
and peaches. It bad not iippca.ro J. in
the alligator pear and so far us ho
knew not In the papula. Ho coun
seled that scientists could not speak
I with aiithorily as to the fruits tu-
lucked until a more careful study has
beeu made, lie said the local Hoard
of Agrlciilluio hail warned California
(Continued on Page 2)
Honolulu hasn't u monopoly on tho
Clean-up Day Idea. San Franclso
has had somo experience at tho game
ami the results inure than Jiislllled
thu expectation ot the promoterti
About a ear alter the big tire and
enrtlupial.o, Ihu Hn City was in u
To uiltlgiilo tbeso conditions was
thu liiccntlo ot the men und women
behind that eloau-up movement. Wo
men are mentioned udvlscill), (or
while theru has not as et been iniu.it
ovldeiicu ot the wouieii of Honolulu
being very acl
actively engaged In this
Francisco tho women
wnn ineir niemuerK pieuguit lor a inn
iIiiv'h vvoik wllli pick und shovel or
vvllh teams und wagons. llieducH
u, anil c:ipiiuusi who pron.iuiv
had not hud n shovel In their handa
for ipuitor of n conluiy on Ihat d..y
donned overalls, mid vied with each
ft.ltlM 1.. 4lJStf.fttltht lltdk fltllm fsoill iil.jliil
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inn. iiiu pan mm iuu wuiuen jiiujeu
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