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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4965.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 191112 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TO STAND BY
NEW RESERVE TO
A foiost rescrvo of 19,850 ncrcs In
extent Is lii ho iirnctnlmeil by (Inv
entor I'Vear hh it result of it meeting
that wns held this morning nt tlto
nlllccs of I ho liurcati- of AgrlciiUttro
' mill Forestry on King street ninl hear
ings Hint wcro licit! Roinclltno ago.
The now nrea or forest reserve Ih
located In the district of Puna, on
the Ifhitul of lliiwnll unit covers n
laigo grnnlli of viiliinhlo oh l.i limber.
T ho new reserve In to ho a coin-
inciclnl forest reserve its .distinguish
ed front n rcsorvo tlint Is lnnlntaliieil
lor the purpose) of conserving a witt
er shod. TIio limber will bo- cut un
der the supervision of Tcrrltorhil For
osier Hostiicr under timbering llccn
bd that will ho Issued by tlto fiov-
I'lutnenl. Holes nnil tcgulatlutiA for
tl.o llinherltig methods will ho raro-
fully ptcparcil and those holding the
licenses to-cut Iho timber will have
to follow strictly the nithoiIn laid
iHm'H hy tho forestry experts of the
Tcrtltorlnl (lovemmeilt. No objec
tions to tho tescrvo wcro made hy
any of the largo Interests whoso pro
pel ty was affected although some ol
tho smaller holders at previous licar
lugs found cause for objection lo tlto
linns of tho reservo as first outlined.
Tcriilorlal Fori'stcr llosnifr states
that Iho, new rnmrvp wjll go 11 long
way toWHrd preserving tho ohla tim
ber supply n tho Puna district. Cut
ting ttjll bo allowed to a liberal ox
tent In stituo parts of the reserve
where, the growth can bo thinned out
piofltably. Tho Territorial Furcslct
ctatcs that Hie new reserve la to lie
viewed almost entirely .Ih Iho ronv
nmrclal l-cnuo Btatlng Unit l( Is one
or tho ileal ohla forests In tho Ter
ritory. (loveriinr Frear expects to Issue the
proclamation In n few days,
Thrown From. Horse While
Alone on Morning
While, out riding iilnno Home tlluo
yesterday morning, lduutetiunt-Coloiiel
roiter was In somo mysterious and
ttiuuToiintalile manner thrown from els
horse, (UHtnlnlng ii fractured skull and
tome minor body bruises, .
. Although 111 very serious and
dmiLtfiil condition, being unconscious,
he Is resting qulto easy today, much
nunc so than yesterday. It Is most
consoling to tho colonel's friends, how
ever, that tho physicians believe; Ills
condition will not prnvo fatal after
riwlilni; tbn critical moment.
lie Is being nttemlnl ut Ills own
ijuiirters by tho best medical aid pos
sible, A trained mirso was sent linme.
dlietely following the report of Ills un
fortunate accident from headnuurtiTS,
ro Hint not n moment was wustcd.
Tim Incident Is most mysterious and
enn hnrelly be accounte-d feir, as no nno
was witness to tho nffalr. but to all
nppcnriincc It seems that ho must hnvo
beeli out lldlllg, illsiiioiinted for somo
riMison eir either, and upon ntteinptlng
to mount his horse again, which Is n
new, wild, full-blooded colt, seined tho
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WANT MEXICO TO
PAY FOR DAMAGES
lAMoclnteel Tress Cattle.)
EL PASO, Tex., June 28. Residents
of Torreon, the Mexican city that was and knnianlnns In atlendaiire, nnd , IipiirIiI many hoolis, !.. Ilenrjriues win
the scene of many outrages during the though few boeiks went as high lis had I txdl irprosenled In the lists, unel Ken
recent revolution, have filed a claim of been oNpectcd, tho general avorago I nlor A. F Jlidel, Oonigo H. Carter, W.
a million and a half dollars against was gotd. Tho sale waa nut finished ' A Creeinsoll, V. Kvans. A. W. Sou
Moxico for destruction of property and and will bo continued nt n lator dato. bury, W. C. Weod.m urn! olhors wero
looting by the Insurrectos. The Chi- Slightly moro than u hundred uimiiik. Iho purchasers. The honks
nese residents are the largest olalm- looks were Bold this morning, tho nv-'.so d today were mostly linvcls mil
ants. Many Chinese were killed by In- eragn price) being between threo nnd i reminiscences. Charles ' Hrewars
surrectos, and much of their property four dollars per volume. Among them reminiscences wore sold te Mr. Wll
was destroyed, wore tncral rnro editions, and till ot sou for M 0.23.
Rates Should Follow
That tiro Insurance rates In Mono- legislature fMio.O'iO for Honolulu
lulu nro generally ton high, nn, that w,ll,,r works, Willi tho better enulp-
thp commercial bodies of tho el'y ;cn' n tho n l,l'"l""t and with
,,,,,,, , tho, water system put Into condition
should sco lo It that rates nro low-,,, rilrlllB,, wnlcr , caK0 ,)f roi) ,0
crcd appreciably when tho county ,atcs ought to bo lowered. Tho ttix
supcrvlsnrs furnish nddltlomil lire- paycts nro furnishing tho money, anil
fighting equipment and lite water lh, llolll'l K0' '" lienoftt.
Bystcm Is overhauled, wcro doclarn- "' , iil fnnilllar off hand 'with
tlons inado this morning by fdrmcr the figures, hut It would astonish you
(lovernor Oeorgo It. Carter, ex-Oov- let know tho amount of money that
crnnr Carter Is himself something of goes out of this city lo Iho Insurance
an lnniiriin.ro man, ns tho Hawaiian companies and the small percentage)
Trust Company, In which ho U It- eif payments hy tho companies for tiro
Icrcstcd, docs a big fire Insurance losses here1. Our losses nro very
business for tho companies which It small In proportion to Iho niton.
represents, but Mr. Carter Is firm In
his declarations that lornl household-
ets and owners of Imllillngii should
benefit In tho way of lower flrn rales tho business away fiom tho e'mipHtir
from tho mono" that Itj to ho spent In les already hole. In some eases,ln
innlflng Honolulu ready for fire-light- fact. In many eases, rates' are- oo
lug. .-.. ,- ' "' ' - IiIrIi. ' 1' il'l not. miy la nil rai,'' lut
"This nintler of lower, rales U certainly there Is u chanco for fnV
something oir live commercial bud commercial hotlle lo take thlB up and
Ins such as tho Chamber of Commerce make n fight for tho ownors of bulhl
ntid the Merchants' Association, lugs.''
(Iiould tnko up anil push vlgoroinly," ' Hy "non-board" e-ompanlcs Mr. Cat
he said today. ler menus tho companfes not rcpre-
"Our supervisee are promising mo- seuted on Iho Inral hoard of flro tin
ier Irucks and additional eepilpnient derwrlters, which fixes tiro rates hero
to fight fires, and Iho territory up- and lias n membership eif tho e'ont
proprlatcd at tho last session of tho panics now doing business locally.
A. J. CAMPBELL PRACTICALLY
SURE TO RETURN TO EUROPE
AS AGENT OF IMMIGRATION
A. .1. Campbell has practically etc
elded to return to Kuropo as the
ngent for tho Territorial Hoard of
Immigration, to resume tho recruit
ing of Portuguese mid Spanish labor
ers for local plantation work. If Mr.
Campbell can arrango some business
matters that nro pending and there
Is overy prospect that ho will ho nblo
In do so ho will close with tho Hoard
for another Journey to Kuropo.
This Is tho news from an authori
tative source, although Mr. Campbell
has not yet definitely iitinounccd Ills
Intentions to Hlchard I vein, In whom,
as chairman of tho Hoard, hits been
left tho making of arrangements with
Cnmpboll, Mr. Ivors Buhl yesterday
Hint ho has not made final arrange
ments. Until Mr. Campholl come.4 to elcf-
CLEGHORN LIBRARY UP AT AUCTION
Thirty-Six Dollars Record
Price at Sale This
Thirty-six dollars wns tho highest
price received this morning at tho
auction salo of tho library of tho Into
! Hon. A. S, Cleghorn, ox-governor.
rho lino old Cleghorn library was put
up nt auction In tho rooms of Jas. W
Pratt, with n number of bneik-lovers
"I'nless rates are loweied, It menus
that non-board' companies will come
down hero with lower rnlcs ninl lako
Inlte terms with tho hoard, Immigra
tion matters will ho halted. M. A.
Sllva, tho Portuguese ngent, expects
to return In Kuropo also.
Tho board's plans for an Immigrant
receiving station are also somowhat
In tho air. Oovernor Frear has made
a definite offer of the uso of tho old
llslimarkct, ami much is said In favor
of this situ. It Is tho only territorial
site available, said Dr. Victor S. Clark
this morning, nud unless tho hoard
accepts this offer, It must either se
cure private property for a alto or
get a site on Federal ground, Sand
Island has been under consideration,
but Is not favored as tho Federal Gov
ernment might want tho board at any
time to glvo It up, and pormancnt
buildings could not bo constructed
with any nssurnnco that they would
them have tho atmosphere of old Ha
waii to lend zest to tho pursuit of the
. F. Wilson paid tho ri'conl prlco,
i'M'i, parting with this Bum for Wil
son & Kvans' book, "Illrds of l!io
Snnlwlch Islands," Several Bales of
nioro tluiti ten elollarn were, recorded
Mr Wilson and Ilov. W. I). Weslor
veil wore thq lipuvlewt buyers this
morning, and nfLtu the. bidding was
between theSo two. F. J. Tosti
(Assnclilte-tl lr.-sa t'.ittlo )
QAN FRANCISCO, Cat., June 23.
Miss Florence dishing, n tourist who
arrived hero on the Sierra yesterday,
committed suieido last night by jump
ing from a hotel window,
According lo Information gal here I
bv tho II ii I let I n this aflotnonu.
Miss Klnrenco It. -(lushing stopped
dining her visit lit Honolulu at thol
homo of Mr. and Mis. Arthur li.
1 lobar! at loll! I'hw.ih lane Mr. Ho
bart who Is employed with tho Ha
waiian Dredging Company, Is audi toj
ho a rclatlvo of the dead girl. Noil"!
of tho 1 lobar t family eoutd ho readied
Miss dishing Is sahl to he from
Massachusetts ninl ' Iibv" vlslto.l
hero about ten weks. Ahsolulely
no reason Is known for her net
Tho local agents of the Sierra to
day 8y thai ho was booked on tho
Sierra only ii.shoit time hcfoio It
. According lo tit' viienmuhlp olll
clals, Mlsa Cnslune 'a u reuiM-trlp
passenger. Her ticket v.iut pur
chased In l.ou Atigrlea em April I and
sho Is believed lo have i.irlvcd on the
next Sierra. She seemed her reiurn
booking by telephone .mil did u.it up
lear at the olllco.
Wlilln the cluo to Iho inotlvo for
suicide, If theio Is one, may he In
Honolulu, II is believed that h.iuh Is
not the ease.
SENATOR CUMMINS HAS
(Ppoelnt null" tin Calilo )
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 28.
Senator A. D, Cummins of Iowa today
offered amendments to the reciprocity
lull by which Canadian agricultural
products will be admitted free.
BANKER MORSE MUST
STAY IN STRIPES
fHl-'ilal millet In Cil.l' )
ATLANTA, Ga, June 28: The Fed-
era! Cobrt has refused to admit Dank
er Charles W. Morse, who is serving a
fifteen-year term here, to bail.
Cliirrliit W Morse, the "Ice king" of
New York, was convicted and sen
tenced to the Federal prison at Atlanta
under the national bunking laws, ln
begun Ids llfteen-yciir sentenco In
January, IftlO. I'resblcnt Tuft on May
H denied his application for n pareloii.
WILL BE COMPLETE SOON
(Assoolieteel I'ress Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 28.
President To It today announced that
the British arbitration treaty Is vir
tually completed. Some work on the
details is yet to be done, but the tieaty
is practically finished. All possible
haste has been made in the arbitration
negotiations and decisive action is ex
pected at an early date,
AMERICAN YACHT WINS
KIEL, Germany, June 28. Tho
American yacht Dlbilot today won tho
ARBUCKLE MAN SAYS
Mfl.RPAl RATF WARS
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 28.
That rate wars have practically ceased
among ene sugar men 01 mo soumrjr
was the testimony given today by Gil-
. f A ti i if L las Rpai . luliA annairarl
IIIUIH VI -IMWVlW HI WCM TTIIW HfUVHIWH
a. a witness beforo the special com-
mlttee Investigating tho alleged sugar
trust. Ho stated that trade Is fair at
present, but that tho beet sugar men
are not making money. He declared
himself in favor of free trade.
Prominent Figures In Coming
Inquiry Into Lumber Trust
ttttfilBKJ ji-- - iCfi;"" w- rs 3 V.jLrjrw iv?
CHICAGO The work of impaneling
a special grand jury to Investigate the
alleged lumber trust is well along be
fore Federal Judni K. M. Landise The
United States prosecuting attorney,
Edwin W. Sims, is preparing evidence
to bo submitted to the grand jury aim-
ing to show that the Sherman anti-
trust law has ben violated. Several quarters witli being richer than flocke
big lumber magnates will be called to feller.
t y l'
Hundreds of Flowers On Dis
play at Promotion
Hibiscus Abclniosclius mailo a hi;
It was at tho hibiscus show that
(ion it I Wlldor and others, got up
nnil helel In tho Promotion Cpaimll
(co headipiarlers, and Abclniosclius
carried off tho honors as tho mint
striking hibiscus In the bunch. There
were no ptlr.cn, ami pel haps Ahcliuos
elms would not have got any, for It
Is iiellhcr very beautiful neir very
Ahelinoschiis Is n great yellow 111-
IiIm-iis wti n lllnl of green In llsl
SWEEP THE CITY
Honolulu Districted In Prepar
ation for Membership
j Things begun to move ut tho liiein
berahlp heailnuailers of tho Civic
i-Velerot lot) this morning III preparn
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hers to be mudo Just beforo the
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''""'- -""y '. Horn a ociock in
Members or tho roininltteo wero
l'sy calling tip others nnd securing
new members fur their own commit -
tco. TI10 following lmvu accented tho
testify. An effort will be made to so
oure the attendance before the grand
Jury of Frederick Weyerhaeuser of
Minnesota, the multimillionaire lumber
king, who is said to have made more
money out of timberlands and lumber
than John D. Rockefeller made from
oil. Weyerhteuser is credited in some
A BIG SUCCESS
creamy petals ninl this particular Bia
clmen of a rare variety was grown
hy C. Moiilaguo Cooko. It Is striking
and Iho main isilnt In which It was
supremo this morning was that It Is
very different from tho ordinary How
For that matter, tho show (Ills
morning prnod that theio uro many
Mowers giown hero Dial aro vastly
dllTeteiit from tho ordinary hibiscus
iiml tho show wns nn Immenso suc
cess. All colors and all sizes wore
on display, from puro while to n deep
scnrlot, iiml tho number wan amazing,
Two bundled anil elglity-ono Indi
vidual flowers wcio displayed, and
I one hundred and fifty more, which
enmo In slightly broken or dlsarrang'
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Invitation to bene, which moans to
work: W. A. Ilrynn, I'. M. I'ond, C.
K. Al, Kdgar Wesid, Kd Towsc, A. F
Cooke, A. 0. Smith, .1. K. Illgglns, P.
I,. Iloine, A Q. Mareilllno and C. It
Frnzler. Hlheru will bo added and
they will bo assigned to districts, the
whnlc city having been districted by
Applications for memliorBhlii liavn
already begun to come In, showing
Hint (here Is n live Interest In n live
Hn the application blanks nro no
tations of ttclvc kinds of work that
can bo uiiilertaken. The member can
select olio or mine of these linen of
work or ho may be "Just a member,"
mid help out In a general way.
A largo thermometer will be pnlnt-
- , , ,,,, u ,1Plll,llwrlw King
street sliowlng tho present liiinpern-
,uro nf ,75, T10 inntriiment has 11
j capacity or D00 and the niarkor will
1 lie raised to show the speed with
I which tho members nro brought In.
Tho Honolulu t'liMinber of Commi-rco J J
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Will not rilllllgc lis BiHien uii leiw """,-;
iienrion of the coastwise passenger.;
laws, nor will li iikk ucirgaio iiiimiiin
luiiile to use hit Inlliienco lo have tho
bill susieiidlng Ilia law wllliilrawn. Tho
H.ui rriiiiclsco Chamber of Commerce,
which cabled tho local chamber yester
day asking Its support III nn endeavor
to have the bill withdrawn, wilt get
little encouragement here.
Trustees of the chamber met this
afternoon and iiiuiiilinniisly passeel a
motion authorizing Piesldont J. I.
Morgan to e-ahlo Hie San Francisco
bod) that tli" Honolulu Chamber of
I'liminerco sees no reason for with
drawing Its support from Delegate Kh-
laiiliiuiiole's bill suspending the coast
The Han Francisco body In Its cable
gram yestrrebiy Intimated strongly that
this bill will prejudice the sugar tnrlrf
cause tint the local chamber doe.) not
BIG SUMS FOR
The Hoard of Health has completed
the work of segregating tho money to;-:
be used during the two years dutliie
from iho first ot July, In tho various
ilepiirtineiitM of- the public health ser
vice. The money to bo expended uii;
der tho direction of President Mott-Sd
Kuilth ninl tho hoard amounts to a
large sum. For the rat campaign
throughout tbo Territory there will tie
$18,(00, 1 10,00(1 being for Honolulu.
G(K'0 for II Ho, nnd S2000 for general
purposes. Tho 152,100 appropriated for.
the tuberculosis campaign will bo ilU
trlbutcd: m,00U for tho I-ahl Homo,
U'too for tho home at I.lhuc, Kauul;
J MOO for tho Walineu, Kauai, liospl-'
till; It 800 for the Maul county farm,
IU00 fur tho llllo Hospital, J 80(10 for .
Honolulu, SS00Q for expenses, and It,- '
000 fur Incidentals.
For tho inosiiulto campulgn, 130,000
Is to Im expended, of which Honolulu
will huvoS:!l.000, or (1000 11 month,
llllo will have UdOO, mid there will 1 10
a general re-servo of 11000. Tho IIOOO
11 month for Honolulu will be illntrlb- ,
uteel under the headhiKs of; Superin
tendent, 0 per month ; ten Inspector!
at 10, nno driver nt 170, and labor and 1
supplies, tlto per month.
Tho sain r lew to bo paid to the em
ployes of tho health department dur
ing the new biennial period nro as
follows: K. II. Porter, secretury, 1300
a mouth; Man W. Weir, nssUtnnt sec
retary, $125 per month; V Hlinerson,
clerk. 1 1 2 r, per month; John, Ken, as
sistant clerk, 17S per month; Miss M.
II. I.emon. registrar, 112S per month. ,
A tr.i'ssenger remains lo bo appolntedV
at ISO per month.
President Mntt-Smith "stated this.
mornlnB Hint he was not able to an
nounce the now appointments to In-,
spectorshlps unit other nsltlons Hint
will bo vnennt. Owing to tlin lapliiB;
of the eonlrlbiillon by the shippers'
wharf committee for tho mosquito
campaign, tho mosquito 'nspectors'
force, Ih being cut from thirteen to ten,
and perhaps one, of tho mosquito In -(.peclnrx
losing his place wilt bo ap
pointed to nil one of tbn four new
places of sanitary Inspectors. Thfl
board will not respect the rule nf
length nf service', but will mako tho
new appointments solely on the ques
tion ot competency.
lYteklj Bulletin II per jritar. "
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