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ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
McNAMARAS MAKE PLEA " NOT GUILTY
Pledge Aid To
That Delegate Ktililo has offered tu
thiow his liillunico itml support to
Clcorgn H. nilrchlld for Gov-
ii nor, mill that l-'nlrchlhl In ri'turn
hail retm-cd to commit himself hy dell
nils ucccptuncu In 1 1 in ucll-niithcutt-culid
story that bus como from a con-
fcicncu mild to huvo hecn held between
IIih Delegate und Palrchlld last Monday Joovcruor. ltlco Is regarded iih hoiiio
iifteriioon, Iwhut yoiini; for the Joh, hut still lie-
Mr. l-'ulrchlld himself will nelthcruf- ccptublc. Polrc-hllil la favored If hi)
flrin nor deny thu reports. "Thul'a the will consent to make a light for tho
slralghtcst Htury I've heard yet at place. : '
leant, my part of It," lie said when nsk- ralrchlld'M presence hero Is reisarileil
ed If Kuhlo lias offered support. "l(ns significant, In spile of various utter
won't say'uis to Kuhlo's part." nnecs lie lias iiiado Indicating that ho
Tim story Is being given wldo clrctl-
'liitlou imioriK the llawullans, and lias
tended to Increasrf Kulrchlld's streiiKth
ullli tho llawullan voters. llo has
'considerable weiKht with this element,
unywiiy, and the fact that Kuhlo Is be-
lleved to have promised his Influence, Is
giving li'liit still nioie weight with lh"
TWELVE THOUSAND NOW
AVAILABLE FOR BETTER
FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS
Willi July 1st. thoro liaa been made'
available twelve tliousaiitl dollars for
a tonownl or tho tiro flglilliiK appara
tus needed tor the proper protection
Tlut two motor driven chemical on-Klm-H
will Im added to tho equipment
of thu Honolulu rlro Department Is
helloved u certainty.
Chief Thurston lias made n careful
study of "motor onglnes, hero being
several recognized makes now on the
In tho opinion of thu head of Ho
nolulu's lllo department, and bacl'cdj
up by several members of the Hoard
of Supervisors, the twelve thousand
dollars made available by tho Dual
passago of tho Boml-iuiiiual appropria
tion bill, that two flmt class chenilcal
engines can bo purchased within tho
Chief Thurston believes tliat tho
need of power driven nro lighting ap
paialiiH Is moHt urgent. Honolulu Is
claimed n city possessing more than
ItH shares of flimsy constructed build
ings many In thu down town soctlous,
According to tho .claims of several I
niaiiufactures, six thousand dollars or I
even n less amount will secure a!
chemical englno, driven by motors Thu bringing of Italian ngrlciilturUts
capablo of developing u Bteed on level to Hawaii Is the latest plan of thu
giound of between thirty to thirty- Territorial Hoard of Immigration, flov
llvo mllCB nn hour mid n niachlno.ernor Prear statins this murnliiK that
which could easily ascend utiy grades
In Honolulu at much greater speed
than the antiquated horse trucks now
Tho nro chlof hopes to secure 11
type of engine of about forty gullnns
chemical capacity, with 260 feet of!
tluee quarter Inch chemical hose, and
cairylng l&oo feet of regulation flro
hose, Such nt) englno can readily
carry extension flro ladders, a half
dozen men, soveral small three gal
lon extinguishers and other equipment
essential In it successful combat with
Tho nro rnmmltteo has Just paid a
visit to thu Buvernl stations and find
that tho apparatus In many Instances
lins become obsolete and lu great noed
of renewal, Tho lioao wagons nro
now old ami hnvn served their nllotr
ed period of usefulness. In some In
stances tho horses might well bo ro-
FAIRCHILD PACT IS LATEST REPORT
A now name has been brought Into
'' gubernatorial discussion, that of
Charles A, Hlce, the young Kintal mull
, , ..,,,-, ,
who bus heeit one of the legislative
leaders for several terms, llloe Ii
prominently mentioned hy Homo Hol
ers mid ol hern ns n gubernatorial pos
Hlhlllty In case Kulilu should turn down
flifi llmiiM Tlnlii Iblnli tn (.mliirs,. 111 til for
Is In no senso it candidate for lh Joh
'(f succeeding Governor I'ri'iir. Ilotli
Kuhlo mid tho Kauai Senator nro pre-
serving a sphlnx-llko fcllcnco when tho
guhermitorlal iuestlnn Is brought up
for open discussion, except that tho
Delegate, reiterates Ids hostility tjt
Krcnr and says he will do nil he c
to defeat the present executive.
tired to n quieter lire. Tlie hoso wag-
onn must receive attention within u
ulioit tlmo unluSH something elko is
done towards bettering tho elllclcncy
of the .department.
The matter of Improved and .1 more
modern llro protection is 0110 of tho
live issues thai will have to bo met
squarely face lo faco by the Super
visors. It Is possible that KomelhliiK
will ho done towards 11 calling tor bids
for motor driven engines at a. near
meeting of the municipal dads.
Investigations wero under way to learn
thu conditions Ulultr which Italian fum
llloJ could he brought to Hnwnll.
Italian Immigrants lmvo established
11 high record for Industry and suc
cess, particularly In agricultural pur
suits, In other sections of thu United
Stales, und It Is believed people of that
nationality could he easily Induced to
try their fortunes In Hawaii. . Ono, of
the obstacles to tho proposed Immigra
tion aro tho stringent regulations that
have been recently established by tho
Italian government, and which are un-
derctonil to ho of n naturo that would'
rctooil to ho of n naturo Hint would'
militate strongly against the success of
Italian enilgrutlon to tho shores of Ha-
wail. I Mr. Hinds, It. v. Dlllluglinin, V. !',
flovcrnor I-'rear does not express his nilllnghnm, IX I'. It. Isenherg, H. M.
opinion us to tho desirability of Italian von Holt, Cecil Hrowu, It. W. Shingle,
Immigration. The members of tho Ter- C. V. Ashforil and John W. Colhurii.
rlterlal Hoard of Iminlgiatlou aro slat- The return trip will bo made this lift
ed to bo strongly In favor of It. J cruooii,
First Picture of Coronation Scenes
'FAMOUS ROYAL COACH
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LONDON. The royal progress from
Buckingham palace to Westminster
abbey on coronation day, Juno 22, was
oartlcloated In bv hundreds of eel
hraierf nrtnln Irnm all rtlnnc nf th'
globe, John Hays Hammond, the
American representative, was a prom.
Inent figure In the procession. A ptc.
turesque touch was given the affair
by the appearance of the native prln.
ces of India, who were attired In the
gayly bedecked costumes of their na.
tlve land. In the photo the 'royal coach
containing King George and Queen
Mary Is seen as It appeared a minute
or two before reaching Westminster
abbey. In the background Is seen the
famous clock tower of the house, of
A party of prominent business men
left -tlin oily shortly heforo noon today
' "' ' ' . 'Despite tills tense r
r IVarl Harbor, where 1111 limpectlon ' fm.M , ,.
the harbor work will be made. '-'m.fct frU,lllt ,,, t.
lowing this thu party will adjourn to
thu residence, of John !'. Colliiirn for
ITcslilenl H. II. limits or the Kan
I'nincUeo Jlrldgo & Dredging Co, Is a
guest of honor. The party Includes
Gives Your Business Immediate Prominence
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 191110
WITH KING AND QUEEN AS IT
5f State 6oACH'hEApmG wesTnMai&Mle&fr ''
FUTURE FOR AEROPLANES HERE
Small, hut built from tho ground up, the limp, luimuld manner In nhlrh It
with 11 faco fiiH from nil Urns of fear, mll(, t,.vm to the pole's side. At 7
wreathed and llh.u.l.ie.l with a .mlla ().c()ck ,nJW , , ,
liflllllllllir Iilill II I Il-!MS.1 It'll 111 M I) 111! tlllNllltat
ly mouth hi uhlch a clguivltu droops
with lil,llot leimlurltv. ulvhiu- Hlrlk-
lug contrast, with Its whlto paper, lo
11... 1 r..n .., ,.,...i 1... ii,..
rushing winds while aloft, soaring
,,. ......, i,.i
Such Is the appearance lildiller Mas.
Fou gives to urn- when ho is seen sit-
"" ' " ' "ul "' ,l,u o'Piuoe,
vlothrd In 11 suit to keep tho cold nlr
from piercing him, Ids head surmounted
by 11 tluht-lllliiig lai-inutfiil cap for
thu trninu purpose. . Ill- body all nlteii-
tlon, his hands grasping tho wheel he-
fore him In 11 II1111 vleo-llUu grip, Ills
liilud alert, awaiting to guiuo nun t;aic
ly through any unknown emergency
that one may meet mine soaring num.
Desplto this tense rlgldness of body,
Hiiiiimg. wiin ins
drooping from It.
Kinlllng he wii- wln-n he climbed lutn
the seat of his ruitisH macniiie, nun
sinning no was wnen no was lorceu
to land, due to Idi motor mlsilrlng, olh
er apologies ulrn being inado to thu hi
nuiuerabhi army oillcers. for llm
spunky way In which his engine iicted.
At fi:3ft yesterday morning, when
Mnunoii was ready tor lllyht, tho lag
on Ihe heuilqiiaitcrs lliigstnrr sliovved
not u bieath of air was stirring, by
nlfy "let It go." Awny ho soared like
""- v"ro leuviug 11111 groiliill 10
""lor iiiikniiwii aerial foes Mount
IK ' lielKbt uf .100 feet tho plain
' 'rll" c""r'',0 f0,r ,l,u 'l'l
buildings, timer quivering ouco but
1 retaining 11 sinoolh rigid lllght, pass
,,(; ,,1,.,., ovl.r t, ,u(,e of the
illlB1,t!1, previous to his Hying, Lieut,
0i,.,-( , Infantry and also an uuro-
.,..., 1Vcutnr. exmessed' the slncer-
,., ,.,,,,.1 ,al , Wl)lm 0, ,e ,u
t wltll,.a8 ,l0 IIyB )0K ,tailed
w,, s,in.MX ,lt ,..ln(.0 irar(lcu. And
wllM1 Ms,M)n ,a,j Howu over the lios-
,,,t llow IC ,aKU nml alighted
frillt (lf 1(, n,.l(I j,cfro ,
)(,Hr t,R worthy army olilcer went
, , ,10 .,r B10 ,uudred feet lilni-
,.efi RO j,tomided liu was'wllh Joy ut
0 ,,.ok t)lu ,irimil ,,t over on
n Massoii mailo about ten lllghta
ycstenlay hearing and alighting nt
,H picasnru llko 11 huge bird soared-
Only twico did ho como near mis
hap and that wiih duo to the poor
wny In which his motor wns shooting.
onco while high In the air the en
vim slopped entirely but luckily soon
stalled again saving him from Iho
fu) or being hurled to nartli.
(Continued on Page 4)
I FACE JURY
f ARioel:iti'(l rrn rttti I
L03 ANGELES, Cal, July 12. "Not
guilty" was the plea mads here today
by John J. and Jamot B. McNarnara,
the to brothers charged with murder
in connection with the Los Angeles
Times dynamiting last fall.
The motion to quash the indictments
made on behalf of the defendants by
Claience Darrow, tho attorney for the
1 union men, was denied today and both
'of the McNamaras pleaded not (juilty
to the charges preferred against 'them.
GOVERNMENT WANTS '
HUNTER'S POINT DRYDOCK
(Ppwla! It nt le In OiiM t
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 12-The
government is negotiating with Charles
M. Schwab for Hunter Point drydock
to be used in connection with Mare
Island Navy Yard.
BEATEN IN SENATE
IMlxi'lal II 11 lint In C.lMe.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 12. The
Senate today delcated the free-list
amendment lb the Canadian reciprocity
bill ofltfed' by Stn.ltnr Oailey ol Toao.
FOREST FIRES BURN
1 " '
4 Atic1.ltfti rrMfl CuM.)
DETHOIT, MIcIn July 12. Forest
(tro have caused the burning of sev
eral villages near here. Loss of life
will be small.
FEDERAL INCOME TAX
FAV0REDJN NEW YORK
ALDANY, N. Y, July 12. The New
York Legislature today passed a reso
lution favoring a Federal income tax.
AWFUL HEAT CONTINUES
PHILADELPHIA, Pa- July 12.-
Thirty-two deaths from heat Is tho ro-
TOGA FOR HOKE SMITH
ATLANTA, Ga, July 12. Hoke
Smith, former Governor, was today
elected United States Senator. He is a
OPERA SONGBIRDS WED
PARIS, France, July 12. Emma
Eames, the famous prima donna, and
Emllio Gogorja, the opera singer, were
SAN l-'IlANl'ISro, July 12. H.ots:
is analysis, 12s. Cd.: purity, t.C3e. Pre
vious limitation, I'.'s. H3-1il,
TO EXPRESS REGRET
AT BALDWIN'S DEATH
Tl listers of the Chamber of Com
merco will hold u regular inciting this
ufleiiioou ut :i o'clock, ut which will
bu presented resolutions of regret at
the death of thu Hon. 11. I. Baldwin.
A committee has liven tunned by Pres
ident J. V. Morgan, or which II I). 'Pen
ney Is chairman, to draft the resolu
tions that will bu presented this after
noon Several matters of minor Important o
lire to como up also,
TO PROMOTE TRADE
RELATIONS WITH HAWAII
II. It. McKI.DOWNUV. or this clly,
left on the Sleirn this morning for
Suit Iranrlsco on his way to I.os An
gelcs, lu connection with work for
tho I.os Angeles-IIawnll Commercial
Association. This Is the association
started by I.oh Angeles business men
to promote trade relations with Ha
waii. Mr. McUhlowney exacts in
bo gone about u month.
The evening paper ii the best me
dium for reaching the minds of a de
sired patronage, became It enters Into
homes of every condition of life. It
often comprises the entire reading mat
ter for which the busy breadwinner hat
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Ex-Gov. Carter Says Too
Much Money Goinrj Out of
PAYMENT FOR LOSSES
QUARTER OF PREMIUMS
Foreign and Mainland Con
' coins Now Get Seventy-four
Per Cent of Profit.
rigure.i mid data collected by I'orm
er (imenior tleorgo II. Hurler on flro
insurance buslines in Honolulu bide
up his statement In Ihe mil let In a
few days ago that an emphatic riiluc
tlon In lire Insurance rates should lnj
made hero hy the Hoard of Klre Un
derwriters. The figures show such an
outpouring of local money to the In
surance companies or the mainland
ami Kiiroo that Mr. Carter is con
vinced u Homo company, organlzjil,
llminccd mid mannuiil bv local men
uud local capital, would eventually ho
a, thorough .juicCrOJ.,... t, ....wtaj
He .pointed out;, this1 tnorti.iig-Mhiitk
last year Honolulu's nre.'loss aiudnnT
ed tn only twenty-six per cent of tho'
premiums pah) out. ''llirce-iiuarierH .
of the RiiiiMiut paid In prninlutm. was a '
practical piollt to the coiupauli-a do
ing business heie," he says. "Three
Hiiarters of the money pild out hy lo
cal people went out of tho country
and was used elsewhere,
'"Ihu Hrcentagii or premiums paid
back for lire losses Is' ridiculously
"The homo company, locally organ
ized, hhotilit ho llm lestilt of such con
ditions. Such n company would not
only keep tho pieiuluins hero and the
money Inverted hero, hut could oper
ate successfully through reinsurance
for a while, taking no risks ami grad
ually building Itself up."
Hx-flov. Carter betluvcs mniie defin
ite statement Mmiild bu forthcmiii:
fioin the Hoard of I'lro Underwriters
as lo what the cut In Insurance rates
will ho piovlded tho City mid County
government furnishes the motor lite
trucks mid other apparatus that U
"Ilefoio the Clly and County buys
this apparatus, wo tliould know what
the Hoard of Underwriters will do and
how much they will reduce the rates,"
hu sayn. "Thu promised cut should bu
Temperatures,--II n. in., 71; 8 a. tn.,
77; 10 a. m., 78; noon, 7S, mornliii;
llaroiueter, S a. in.. .10.110; iilunlnia
hmnldlty, S a. in., IJ.S70 mains per
cubic loot; relative hiimlty. 8 a. in.. Ii.!
per cent; dew point,, fc n, in., ti:t.
Wind. C ii. in., tulbrlty 2, direction,
K; S ii. in., velocity fj, dln'ctlou Nl-'j
10 a. in., velocity it. direction N'Kj
noon, velocity la, direction Nli
Italiifall during L'l limtrH ended g
a. m., n Inch.
Total wind movement during ai
hours ended at noon, IM miles.
Tho II nil ol In will Issue a sport
ing extra this nrieruoou Jiinuedialely
alter the Ivelu-Chlnet-o baseball gnne
at Atliletle Park. Tho extra elllloit
avIII contain not only u complete ae
rount or the game, but it lot or sport
ing news us well. Wi.tch for It and
buy It on your way homo. N13WK
MHIIT UP TO Till! MINUTH!
(Julie it party or business men went
to Pearl Harbor this forenoon tn thu'
guests of Mr. John V. Colburtl. ,
An earthquake was felt recently on '
the north side, or the Island of Ja