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From Ban Franclecol
Wllhrlmlmt, Korcii July 11
For San Franelaooi
Hkirn i July 12
Mnhurn July 21
Zcnlatnlla July 18
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public opinion, and that la the end In
v!ev by Honolulu merchant!) and the
whole public can be reached better by
BULLETIN advertising han by Y
other medium of publicity.
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4972.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
KUHIO MAKES WRITTEN DENIAL OF
t- ;' -
A wireless message thin afternoon
thnrtly before S o'clock to Alexander
A llnldwlii states Hint II. I'. llaldwln
has rallied uml inny II vo several day.
Thin morning thu wireless messages
wciu to I lut elTocl Hint .Mr. H.ilUwIn wns
wry low uml was hnrilly expected to
lvn long, nut thu Inter news t.rhii;rt
hope li' Mm relatives uml tlm many
filn da tin Iiiih throughout Hit' Territory
Clean-Up Day iiml Its accompanying
inlxji hi payments tu laborers of the
roiiil department has resulted In the
miirent approach to ii "conscience
fund" that thu city niul county of Ho
nolulu h:iH expel leneetl.
Kui'h'piilii, u Hawaiian', laborer In
the road ilepattiueiiti nppeareil nt the
oillco or tlm city uml county nudltor
thU morning, with thu Information that
he In credited on the rolls of tho county
with J3 for wink iliinii on Clean-Up'
l.iy, mid Hint ho hud received already
. $.2 from tho Clean-Up Day committee's
'-inhtiilptinii funds. llo Hnld Hint he
wmited either to credit the county with
two dollars paid to him and net one
dollar more, or clso turn hack tho two
dollars and receive his three dollar
from, tho road department. He was
given Hie ronocr course mm paiu ins
Auyono huiithiK with n lantern for
mi honest man might iipply to Kuele
pulu NEW PRINCIPAL FOR
HILO HIGH SCHOOL
lllln High School's new principal
ha-i been chosen, according to iiuwh
leeched by T. II. (llhson, nctlliK ili
pilnteiiilent of tlm depnrtnicnt of pub
Hi; liibtrurtinn, wlio iccelved u letter
this lumping from thu Kink Agency of
Ilerkelcy Cut,, nullfvlng lilm that
1'reBColt F. Jcriicgnn has been secur
ed. Mr. Jerncgan Is mi oxperlenced
educator,, mid eight years' of woik In
thu l'liillppliiOH Hlaiiil lo his credit
.i, r .;i .5 ; .; ,j . $. .j .j. p ;
! (Special lSiillotln Wireless.)
' WAU.UICU, July 7. The Ku-
'4' Mill Rirls' basketball team of liu-
; iioliilu last IllKht defentid tho
.Maul Klrls' learn by n scoro of
! 17 to H. Kach team has now
' won UKame, mid thu cliaiuplou- :
ship contest will bo pluycd on" s
hero tomorrow nliiht. '5'
Tho above wireless was received from
Wiillukii by tho II ill lot In this iimrn
Iiik , '
Tho tenuis uro to meet oncu moro be
foie the Kallhl team sails Tor home,
li lid ever) body wishes theiii Rood luck.
The Kills from town lost their llrst
wiiiiu lo the Mil ul bunch 15-17. Sluco
then the team lias got down to bilsl
lies, with thu result that In thu sicoiid
eiicoiiuier they wero victorious.
Thu team Is bolni; well entertained
by the Maul clrls and Is liuviui;
Jolly tlmn there.
The Kallhl team Is duo In Honolulu
Sunday morning. It Is composed of thu
lhnella (lucrrcrn (captain), I.oulaa
Hick, forwards'! May Akeo, Adellna
MniH1, einters", Allcu Harper, Louisa
Mis IMItli I,, lhiwen testified Hint
she luu'stcd In (ho ltedeciunhlo In
vestmonl Company of Huston by nil
vlco of lior pastor, llov. J, Spcncor
Viiurhls, nnd Hint sjio wan nnablo to
hno Iho slock redeemed.
Thu Ilusslaii volunteer Meet slomni'i
llyiuaii run astound near Nntsasnkl.
Story Is False
Declares He Made No Attempt
To Block Bonds Fight
Against Frear Still On
Editor Evening u 1 1 et I nt Having read the Issue of the Paclfio
Commercial Advertiser thii morning immediately upon my return on the
8ierra, kindly ttato in your columns this day that I deny in toto having con
ferred with President Taft or Secretary Fisher upon the bond issue.
Delegate Kiiltln Kiilniilnnuoln return
ed on the steamship Scira this mnrii
Iiik from Wiishlgton to llnd mi attack
made -upon him In tho morning paier
through t barges that he tried to pre
vent the, approval of the Territorial
bond Issuo authorized by thu last l.eu
Islature. After rending the stilteinents
that ho "did what ho could to prevent
a fuvornbln decision from 1'rcsldcnt
Tuft uml 8ecie,lury Fisher," tho Dele
gate wrote out mid signed his ubsoluto
denial, n pulillKhod above.
That he niiido 1111 opm .light In Wash
ington against (lovcrnor Frohr's reap
polnttiicnt.. thuDclckulo does not deny,
hut he relterutis that ho did not
knock' Hawaii 01 thu propostsl bond
Issue, mid that Ills only expression liu
the subject wns one of Katlf ruction' "When 1 called on the I'reshlent nt
when he heard from Treasurer 1). ulWuslihiKton," said tlm DeleRate this
CouklliiR mid Attorney (J. II. lleiuen-
Wuy that they
hoped tlm Issuo yould
Ho emphasized the fact that one ofirresldeut uae inn ample time to statu
the iciisons why he went to Washing
ton was to flBhl Oovenior Krear's ro-
iippnlutincnt, mid not to "knock" tho
credit of Hawaii by tryhiK to prevent
tho npproval of the proposed Territo
rial bond Issue by the President and
Secretary Klsher. In this particular.
tho Dch'Kjlo denies absolutely linvlnKihas bi-rn settled ny the President.
llseiissed o? conferred with thu Presi
dent or Secretniy Fisher with refereueii
to the bond Issue. Iln hays that (lov-
METHODS OF FLOATING
NEW BONDS ARE TOLD IN
LETTER TO GOVERNOR FREAR
Further light on tho motlinda helm;
followed by Tcirllorlal Treasuror
CoilkliiiK mid his leftal ndvlflef, U. II.
llenienway, In prep.nliiK for tlm lloal
ullou of (ho now issue, of Tcnltoilnl
bonds Is contained In n lelter leech
ed by CIoMirnor Krear tills mornln:;.
Tim letter was telet;rnphed fidtii New
York to 8an I'Tmiclsro and ciitno by
mail tho rest'of tlio wny.
Tlin letter stales that arrangements
liavo been eoinplcted for tho adver
tlsliiK of thu bonds IiukIiiiiIiik oh July
1st, It is slated that Hid necessary
precautions uf obtaining: n Icnal op
inion from tt Now York llrni of bond
Sherlh William Jarrett Is consider
ing tho merits of fifty or moro appli
cants for tho position of linihor olllcer
for tho port of Honolulu, made vacant
by tho resignation of Arthur 13. Carter,
who for tho past six mouths has no
ceptably Idled the duties of harbor of-
John Weday, In former days n local
(Istlc stnr. wlio Is considered well nblo
to copo with liny mm or moro refiactory
characters that may now uml then ha
met on tho willerflout, bus secured tho
sliiniitures of a number of business
men mid others, Weday Is out for thu
position If Inlluenco from what he be
lieves to he n pioper source will land
the position In Ids net.
Paul II. Hoggs, an engineer who has
for some months been located on u
(Signed) J. KALANIANAOLC.
ei.no.- Krear had sent his represents
lives Territorial Treasurer Conkllng
uml Attorney llenienway to Washing
Ion to nirmigo for the bond Issue, mid
Hint be, nk D. legate, had nothing to do
with It. Further, ho says that Conk
llui; mid Ilciueiiw.iy told him In Wnsh
Inittou that they thought the bond Issue
would bo ruccessful mid ho replied liu
was Kind of It.
"I want to say that I had notlilni:
In do with tho bond Issue In Washing
ton." said Hit) Delegate this morning
ut Ids homo at Wnlklkl.
duo of the thhiKH that tho Iele);nt
dlil ilurlm; lili.xtuy In WuhIiIiiuIoh whs
to talk with I'leshlent Taft reBiirilltiK
the leappolntineiit of (inventor Krenr.
iiiornlm,', "I usked lilm to Rlvn me mi
opportunity to present the reasons why
il oppose l-Year's r.nppoluliiient, The
niv reasons, which 1 did."
"What W'ele your reasons?" be was
risked by the II ill let In man,
Tho DelcKato declined to Klve them
out, hcllevlui; that It would not do lilm
nny kooiI Ho Mated that It was best
to say iiothhn; further until tho matter
Home Rule Petition.
Tin" next thhiK nsked tho Deleentn
(Continued on Pago 6)
o.tporln liavo boon taken. Tho bids
for tho jondB will bo icceive.1 up to
.inly 1:7111, nt tho oillco of tho Terrl
toiiat Treasurer In Honolulu and nt
the oillco of tho United .Slates Mort
KatW nnd Trust Company tn New
York. Tlm bond bids will ho received for
any amount of the llrst Issue of $1,
500,000 nnd must bo iirrnnipanled by
certified checks ninoiintliig to two pur
rent of thu bonds bid for, A pros
pectus Is also being prepared by I lent
eiiwuy. Tho bonds will ho delivered by 8i'
plantation on this Island, Is also a can
didate for tho star that will soon be
laid nisldii by Harbor Olllcer Carter.
lioggM bus u lot of friends who uru
pulling wires In his behalf.
From tho ranks of thu Hapld Transit
fotcti comes , Kounlz, who Is said to
be (in applicant with strong backing.
Sherltf .laired Is making a still hunt
for the right mail. As )ct ho has Hindu
no selection and Cuttir still holds
About two o'clock tiiis nficrnnon
tho 1'nclric: Mallor China In expected
to bo sighted idiil tho liner should
couio along slilo thu fUiiinne) wlintf
befoui four o'clock, Tho vessel has
oho thousand lona Oriental cargo. Tho
China will tako on coal nnd presum
ably nail for Sun Frnnrlsj at ten
o'clock iomorinw morning inking mill
and leu cabin passengers now Issdasd
nt tho agency pf II, llackfcld and Com
Hurry Wilder of Terryvlllo shot n
twenly-cIght-iKiuiiil (Icrnian c.vp In a
pond ut that place.
(Associated I'resj. Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 7. Tho
arrest of the McNamaro brothers, John
and James, by Detective William J.
Burns and his men, on charges of com
plicity in the dynamiting of the Los
Anneles Times, will be fotmnlly Investi
gated by Cbngress. The "third degree"
committee appointed under authority of
resolution will probe the arrests.
L08 ANQCLEO. Cat., July 7. The
plea of John McNamara that the court
had no jurisdiction in Ills case, as he
was charged with murder, whereas tho
extradition papers were bated on a
charge of dynamiting, was overruled b
I.,an. Willi. ll.I. nlU.nnAH.
OFF FOR IRELAND
(Assocl Iteil Press PaT.le.)
LONDON, Cng, July 7. King
George, 'Queen Mary, and the Prince
and Princess of Wales have left on
their trip to Ireland.
RICH PRIZETO AVIATOR
(Hpeclnl liu I lei In CuMe.)
PARIS, France, July 7. Lieutenant
Conneau, otherwise Aviator Beaumont.
has won the 1000'trJJe Internationa
aviation contitt-for ' (iritu of 450,000
BIG COAST STEAMER'
, GOES'FAST ASHORE I
(Associated Press ratle.l
POINT ARCUELLO, Cat., July 7.
The steamer Santa Rosa went ashore
two miles from this p)ace today. Ef
forts to float her have' so far been un
The passengers aro not ondangered
by tho accident to the steamer, It is
stated by officials.
The Santa Horn Is ii steamer of tlm
Parllle Coast Steamship Company mid
idles between San Francisco, l.os An-
Kclcs, Santa Itarhaiii uml San DIcko,
leaving San Finnclsco over)' Thursday
morriliur. Only u few days iiko the
iwiiip company lost tho line steami r
Mpokiiuo not Hi of Victoria, II. C.
TREATY TO PROTECT
SEALS NOW SIGNED
(Associated Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C.July 7. The
international treaty for the protection
of seals in northern waters was signed
today and transmitted to the Senate for
ratification. Under its terms, pelagio
sealing In the Bering Sea la regulated.
KANSAS MEMBER DIES.
'( Assoohteil Press Cable.)
LAWRENCE, Kan., July 7. Repre
sentative A. C, Mitchell of Kansas died
today at his home here. ..
CASTRO GETS THERE
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 7.
News has been received here that for
mer President Cipriano Castro has fi
nally succeeded in landing In Vene
HEAT WAVE CONTINUES
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, July 7.
Twelve deaths from heat were report
SAN FRANCISCO, July 0 lleetai
88 analysis, lis, lOd : purity, 4.60e. pre
vious quotation, lis. Sd.
Teii!icrulutrs--i; a. in., 73; 8 a. in.,
75; 10 a, tu 78; noon, 70; inclining
llariimetcr. 8 a. in . 30.02; itbaolntn
humidity, S a. ui., r.S0I grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
li'' nor rent: dew Point. X a. in., til,
Wind 0 it. m., velocity fi, direction
K.i 8 it. in, xolocity 7, direction !;.;
10 a. in, velocity 14, direction N. 13.;
noon, velocity II, dlu-ctloii N. K.
Rainfall during -t hours 'ended S
ii. m., .11 Inch.
Total wind movement flaring 21
hours ended at noon, -It miles.
TO BE PROBED
Capt. Miller On
With Judge Cooper He Will Tour
Regions of Romance and Buried
Treasure Sail In Ka Moi Next
J-nptnlli Ired C.
Miller Is to take the
on a southern trip,
r.HilM - M ,.11'i
.sullliiK somo time
next week on uered
cnilio tlirouKh tho romantic southern
ruhmrn Island will he tho llrst stop-
,phn? place, mid several days will be
j spent exploylm; this Ititi rcstlui; part of
tlm territory Hint Is one or Hie rew island will lie visueii, aim iiiih fern
American possessions of thu Houth of the Tactile will occupy the time of
Sens, This Island was discovered by, tho party for several days. The Island
Captain Hnwlo of tho American ship Is exceedlnsly fertile an. I the luxurl
I'ahnyru Nnvcinbtr 7, UOJ, while on a mil urowlli of all tropical trees hus nl-
VO)iiko from Juan Fernundex lo Manila.
Thu Island was surveyed by ("oin-
niander J S Hkerntt, U H. H. Ports
mouth, I8i(. Accurdni? to Hie survey 'Tlm making of copra Is tho principal
It consists of numerous small Islands 'Industry of tlm.lnlmbltants, while peu'rl
encircling n central lagoou, niul Unbuilt llshlng'ls carried on to n small ilegre.',
six miles isist ami west by two miles but has nearer ntoveij iro(lliille.
iiiirtlf and south The observntfoiistiirl" WiislilnKtou lslniidiwas discovered by
Hon, iiboiil two rabies nortbiiist of
Palm I'uliit, Is in I.at. K deg. VJ lulu. N.,
Long IK deg. 11 lulu. W. i
Fish mid turtle lire said to be iibun-l
limit, and plover, curlew nnd snipe are
I to be found hi senson. Sovcriil of tlm
Islands aru said to have been covered
with eiKoinuts, but little Is known con-
cernlug their present condition.
Tluro Is u bit of romauco council
isl with the Islands In the way of
tale of burled treusiire. The story goes
that n Spanish ship bound to Manila In 18!i5, placed tho Island under Hrlt
wns wrecked on one of tho Islands mid Isli protection when Captain W II.
the valuables of tho cargo were hidden Moorhesd. It. K visited tho Island In
there. A full silver service for the en-'.October 1SS5 In It It M. ship Dido
thedral at Manila was one of the Items' From Funning Island the cruise will
of thu manifest The crew Dually made
their escape mid on their n turn nt a
PEARL HARBOR DRYDOCK WORK
RUSHED; ONLY MONTH TAKEN
TO GET THROUGH NEW PLANS
Contractor F. II. Smith, representing
thu Snn Francisco Ilrldgo Company,
who Is superintending the construction
of thu iiiimiI dr)docl at Pearl Harbor,
returned this morning on the Sierra
from Washington, win re ho lias been
looking ufter the Inti rests of Ids com
pany In the recent changes In the con
struction designed ami suhmltUd for
approval by the naval engineers nt tho
A vote or thanks should tin extended
to the local naviil engineers for the
rapidity with which they put thelrlm
proud plans tlirouKh Tho usual time
l'eiiilrid for such changes to be passed
as they submitted Is ubout seven
Masson Will Forsake Mother
Earth Once More In At
tempt to Conquer Air.
lilrilniau Masson will onco more
Iln IT his wings, spread Ids tall and at
tempt tn leave his nest amongst
earthly Kinroimdlngs for the moro un
stable Celestial realms.
Tho Inst tlmo this Idrdlo left his
porch ho rnmo bark to mother earth
with an awful hump nud tho said
hump conflnod him to his nest, nurs
ing broken wings and what not, I
111 luck seemed to delight In pluck
ing Ids iilinuugo nnd m.ikn htm look
foolish ever since ho luinled hure, Juat
later date found part of the treat-lire,
but tho Kreuter part was never neow
Captain Miller Is not n fortune-hunter
of this tyi but he will spend suf
llclent time ti kIvo the island a Kod
After leavhiK Palmyra, WnsbhiBton
ways excited the wonder of all those
who hao been tin re. The biKoon Is
entirely eneloted mid Is fresh water.
Ciiptalli I'linulng the dnytufter ho had
dlsiovered the Island to the southeast
which now bisirs his name.
Cunning Island, the most Important
of the group, will be vhllcd next, mid
from there the party will be In cable
communication with the home port.
Funning Island was discovered by Cup
ttnlu Kduiund Fanning In tho American
- 'ship lletsy. In 1798, and wns originally
n1 American territory, but Captain Henry
Kngllsh, who estnbllsbed himself thero
bo continued to Christmas Island, tho
(Continued on Page C)
months, whereas they re-deslgned mid
altered the former plans to make them
moro appropriate for the work going
on, Kent them posthaste to Washing
ton mid had them passed upon with
out n hitch by Iteiir-Aduilrnl It. C.
Hollyday, chief of bureau of yards mid
docks, IT, S. A, nnd have them buck
again before six Weeks have elapse d.
Tlu engineers should feel very proud
uf the results.
The ihuugcs us to plans on the dry
dock work were iliemed necessary by
tho naval engineers when It was ills'
covered, upon pumping out the en
cloi.ul sections of the drydpek exca
(Continued on Page 2)
whether or not this Jinx Is still pos
leilng around him will bo seen Sunday
when he will uttempt tllghtH on thu
plains of lellchuii, testing Iho elll-
clency us to durability of hU Curtlss
which he has Just Mulshed repalilug
ufter working day and night oiy It fur
tho lust weak.
The flights will taku place at l.c-
lolma, G o'clock Sunday morning the
Ukiilulo patrol aiding lilm for which
ho promises to take one of them as
passenger heating lliem to the. sen
sations of aviation.
If tho Ukulele don't got Ida neck
smashed, Mr. Masson will tako his as
sistant, Sigurd Itiibsel uu an aeilul
Masson sails for Snn Frani'lsco thu
Kill nnd Blncoiuly hopes ho can miko
his machine stay In tho air to show
what Hying should be.
Castle Stevens In Holiokcii, tho
homo of Iho Stevens family since
1781, wns turned over to tho Stevens'
Institute of Technology with formal
Fight Being Made In Congress
Against Delegate s Bill
to Suspend. fci.
AMERICAN LINES NEED
PROTECTION TO EXIST
Welfare of Mei chant Maiino
Attacked, Say California
Members Preparing to
Delegate Knlanintiaolo'H bill lo
amend the coastwise shipping law.
suspending tho provision that now
prevents foreign vessels from engag
ing in passenger Irulllc to mid from
Hawaii, Is meeting sturdy opposition
In Congress, and the part played by
the Sun Francisco Chamber of Com
merce Is particularly apparent.
The opposition Is given strength by
tho argument that American ships
will be drhen out of the passenger
tralllr here if foreign lines are al
lowed to compete, and It Is pointed
out that the welfare of the American
merchant marine will bu dealt a r.e
(Ions blow by the eiiuctmcni of, the
bill. . -
According fo the San Francisco
Call, the California delegation hi
lighting the proposed measure vig
orously. The Call's Washington cor
respondent on June 30 sent his paper
WASIIINOTON. Juno 30. Con
gressmen Kuliii, linker ami Ilaye.i to
day recehed telegrams from tho S.m
Francisco Chamber of Commerce
protesting against tlio passage of tlm
bill I'ecently Introduced III the House
by Delegate Kalaulanaole of Hawaii
to amend tho laws concerning pas
senger transportation betwon imrlti
of Hawaii mid oilier portH of Hie.
Tlm bill piovldcs Hint for a period
of six jcars from tho passttgo of Hie
act passengers may bo transported
without penalty In foreign casein be
tween ports of Hawaii and other
ports of tlm United States,
"I am receiving protet.tn against
tho ciiiic'lincut of the Kiilnulanaolo
bill," said linker tonight, "nud shall
do what I call to prevent Its par.sage.
It will bo tho height of absurdity for
tho United SlateK to allow any con
cessions In our coastwise trade to
foreign subsidised ships. Should tills
bill pass II would bo utterly Import
slhlo for any American essol In euni
pete against foreign ships In Hawaii
an trade een for passengers. More
over, I am achlsed by the San Fran
cisco Chamber of Commerce (hat Ja
pan hus Just passed a coastwise law
transporting passengers and doing
business between Japanese ports,"
Thu California members have tiled
tho piotest or (ho San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce and said they
would light tho proposed measure.
Kalaulaiiuolo'H bill has been referred
to the committee, on merchant marine
HERE TO ADVISE
8. 'T. Sfanett. of Couchella, (Ml.,
arrived this morning on tho Sierra
In tho capacity of an nilvUer to tho
Territory on minll-furmlng ami mar
Mr. Slanett brought hero iiinlcr
authority of nn act of tho list legls
lntuie authorizing (ho upiHilntmenl of
a superintendent of ptijilic marketing.
Starred Is prominent In lower v'all
foinia as a business man uml Ills en
terprise has been dltccted on sumo
big produce projects. Ho will tt'iy
only a (w weeks, nccouliug to pro
bcnt plans, mid In that tltitu will en
deavor to ncnigilnt himself with lucil
farming and fruit-growing conditions
enough to advise on the handling nu.l
marketing of Island products. He U
stajlng nt the Young Hotel.
Complete apparatus for (ho nianii
fnctuie of bombs was found In Salon
lea, Tut key.