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TREASURE ISLAND PARTY AT WAIMEA
Ka Moi Driven
To Kauai; Bad
"WAIMCA, Kauai, July 21. Arrived
here alter stormy passage. Trip aban
doned. Returning Kinau."
This vvhclcsa message, unsigned, was
received lute jcslcrdny afternoon liy
Alfred D Cooper. It In believed tn ho
from III rather, Judge Henri II Conp
r, nnil to murk the unexpected ending
of the cruise begun it few dujs ago by
Juilpc Cooper unci Captain Kreil 0.
Miller down Into the South Sens.
The schooner Kit Mol, with the purty
nlo.iril. left port on it visit to onie of
the toiithcrn Islands, iimong'thcin lan
nlng, Christinas and Palmyra Islands,
anil soon utter tlio schooner nailed camo
the news that the Jurist had purchased
l'nlinyru Island, u ruinous treasure spot
of the South Boas.
.Slum this was publlsheil exclusively
I the II ti 1 1 c 1 1 n, them tins been no
news from tha party, hut It una ex
pected that tho schooner was Hearing
Its first stopping-place, ChrlstmuH In
land. All kinds of stories hno been afloat
concerning the trip taken -ly the Judge
and Captain Miller and Its probable re
sults. Tho outcome, ioweer, appears
to be that tho party has been unable
to sail to tltc southward.
There was a report today that another
wireless messugo hnd been received
from Captain .Miller stating that the
schooner Kit Mol hud been ImfTled by
unfavorable weather and had been
forced to take haven nt W'nlmca.
Judge Cooper Is expected on tho Ki
nau tomorrow und tho Ka Mol Is tn
sail tonight from IWulmca for llono
lulu. If tha reason for the return was
jnot unfavorable weather, It Is believed
to have been either sickness on board
or u leak sprung by tho schooner.
"Off Again, On Again, Gone Again-" 53 1 0 27
r . .If f.
CAMPBELL GETS BACK FROM"
HILO MEETING; SAYS PUBLIC
WANTED FEDERAL ROAD EXPERT
Marston Campbell, superintendent nfredrnwn The mutter of putting In the
public works, who returned from Itn-departmentH was left over until we
wall this morning, threw up his hands were ccrlnln as how they would be
In astonishment at the suggestion thalwantcd The top floor Is tn bo parti
theio had been any changes In thctlnned off to stilt the convenience of
plins of tho Judiciary building. Ho the departments.
denies the fuct that they will havo to "The tenders vvrro poitponed until
be withdrawn, mid su)b that It Is only September 15 owing to a conference I
a matter of rearrangement, -which wushud with the (Invcrnor. Ho then ex
provided for at tho outset. pressed himself at. being of the opinion
"Their Is no mlstukc," he said this hat It would bo better to have ull the
morning, "and the plans are not to be (Continued on Page 7)
OPPONENTS OF RECIPROCITY
ADANDON FIGHT TO AMEND BILL
V A..SU-I AK-n rz-0
I Anttrlntf1 PrtMUt Pit hip. "
WASHINGTON, D. C, JULY 2i
THE CANADIAN RECIPROCITY
AGREEMENT BILL TODAY PASSED
THE SENATE WITHOUT AMEND--'
MENT. THE VOTE DID NOT FOL
LOW PARTY LINES, ALTHOUGH
ONLY THREE OF THE DEMOCRAT
IC SENATORS VOTED AGAINST IT.
THE VOTE ON THE BILL WAS 53
FOR AND 27 AGAINST. THIRTY-
TWO DEMOCRATIC SENATORS
VOTED FOR THE BILL AND TWEN
TY-ONE REPUBLICANS. TWENTY-
FOUR REPUBLICANS AND THREE
DEMOCRATS VOTED AGAINST IT.
. IT WAS ANNOUNCED THAT
PRESIDENT TAFT WILL PROBA
BLY 8IGN THE BILL NEXT WED-NESDAY.
( Bpeclil H lil 1 1 1 1 n Correspond! nee.)
uy u. u. Aicert. i
WASHINGTON. l July 9 Allj
e-vpcitutlon of amending tho Canadian
reclproclts agreement has been uhiiii-j
ilnnifd by Its opponents In the Scnnto, '
Tim fight will be continued to tho tnd,
but In it desultory, hopchss manner.
Tho fir t test vote Hint on tho Cum
mins mm mime lit tu admit all meats'
from Canada free of duty Justllled
tho predictions of thoso In charge ofj
tho measure that It wcnihl bo preserved
as presented by it twn-tn-ono vote I
Tha Cummins amendment for freo
mi .Us was rejected, 14 to 32. Three
Democrats, lluilcy, Simmons and
Thornton, voted for It. One Progirs-
tdvn rtcpuhllcan, Polndcxter. olod
iigHlntU It. The. Democrats and Regu
lars otherwise voted In tho negative.
It Is estimated that nil the remain
ing amendments will bo rejected by
npprntlnmtcly tho same strength.
Tho proposed additions will Include
freo woolen and cotton goods, free
pmdmts of lereals, freo steel, articles
of usa hy farmers and nil Items In
(lulled In it general revision of tho
Tho best Judgment of Senators Is
that it final vole on tho reciprocity
agreement will bo reached about July
Zttli. All requests for an agreement
to ll a date for voting havo mentioned
that time. In any event It Is not ex
pected tn come luter than August 1st.
TO DE FILED
Lola pext week tha will of the Into
If'. P. Baldwin will probably be filed
for probate tieforo Ihe.Clrcult Court of
Thosn who know the contents of the
will refuse to give any Information re
garding Mr. Duldwln's bequests until
tho will lu pluted on the court records.
It Is understood that tho greater por
tion of Mr. Baldwin's fortune will bo
represcntod In the stock of II. II. Bald
win, Ltd , that was organized some time
ago This is tha favorite method fol
lowed of Into years by men of largo
estates for Handling their property, Tho
estnlo In this manner Is handled hy a
corporation tha stock of which Is di
vided among tho heirs Tho responsi
bility of tho oxecutors thus becomes
much simplified nnd tho valuation of
tho Khures Is mndo for tho purpose, of
establishing tho Inheritance tax.
Mill II AN ARRANGING PARTY
OF CONGRESSMEN FOR VISIT
George McK McCMImi, socroturj When tho cabled newKjWBB rccclv
to Delegate Kuhlo and lepresenta- ed hole Unit Congress would adjourn
tlvo of tho local commercial bodies cm August 7, tho delegate cabled at
lit tho, national ripltul, la making up mica tn Washington In learn If a con
a party of congressmen for n visit gicsslonal visit were possible , No
to tho Islands in tha latter p'trt of answer tn tho cablcgnm has been ro
August or tho first of September, eelved, but tho letter furnishes tho
This is tho news contained in nows.
letter to tho .lolcgaln from hi sec- , , R w , ,, ,
rotary received by r-uhlo cslcrday. " . ., . ,, .
McClellan sees no ..hstneloa In tho "at "" '"" thl"B lI,,,t can "nw
wnv.of n rongrcssloii ll visit hero this happen to provent tho trip Is tho In-
fall, nnd acconllng to his letter, tho ability of McCJolInn lo secure enough
plans for tho imrly i.ro well ndvanc- members to tnako up tno party, mm
C(lt however, la not anticipated.
HY FIGHT GETS
KntoniologM n M Khrhom of tho
Ilr pu fluent of Agrlculturo nnd Tor
estij has icielved tho promise of co
operation from tho Coast In tha local
campaign against tho fruit fly, J. W,
Jttfrey, Htuto commissioner of agrlcul
turo of Callforpla, offers his services in
furthering the fight.
In tho course of his letter ho say:
"I seo In an account published by eno
of our locul piiiers that your depart
ment H going after tho fly with all Its
pouir and that Jimr people may ask
for Petit nil usslstauce If I can be of
assistance to jou In any appeal you
wish to make lor aid from Washing
ton, I shall lespond willingly. It Is
fortunate for llavvall that they havo a
good, (apalilo sit of officials to copo
with this. peril, jiiiI I hopu that, led by
1 nil, tho pest muy bo wiped out alto
gether. I know eradication seems Im
possible, but Is It? You know tho con
ditions surrounding tho case. Could It
not b) the most rigid, svstemntlc and
thorough effort, backed by plenty of
money, be extirpated?"
PEACE BILLS PAID
Ono hundred nnd forty-fpur dollars
and forty -live cents was the cxpenso
of tho Peace meeting held In tho Opera
House some days ago. Tho bills aro
all paid und tho resolutions properly
engrossed forwarded tn the proper per
sons. Tho expense of tho meeting was
met hy tho Hank of Hawaii, Casttn &
Cooke, C. Hrewer S. Co, Theo. II Da-
vies & Co , Illshop & Co , George. R.
Carter and W. O. Smith. i
HAN PIIANCISCO. July 22 Heets:
88 a nul sis, 12s. 7d.; purity, 4 67c Pre
vious iiiiotntton, 12s. fid.
Most of tho royal guests at the cor
onallon ceremonies have loft London,
OLD LADY FALLS
OFF STREET CAR
Sugar made another spectacular
Jump today on tho New York mar
ket, according tu cablegrams receiv
ed by local sugar people. Sales ot
raws weio made on tho market at
4.18 cents, and tho latest nows Is
that Iho holders aro asking 4. 01 cents.
Tho tosiilt on the local market was
to strengthen it, huth Olaa and Wal
iiluu selling ut, advanced prices and
all stockfl showing the stimulating
Tho Inst quotation wus 1.3(1, and
that was it hlsh-water mark for tho
cur. The mi favorable conditions for
,., boot sugar aro largely Influencing the
Miflrcgor will agree with ...,, ,0(lr,,i,- t ,,rtie ,,
tlw.i.l .. nlnllah tl Ifll li IfW'l this I l.milso
' I'WMt, i 'i - -.wv.- .-..-. - MllllUIUIlt HCCI
... .. .. m.. ii.-l ..I... I.i ,.r M.n nnlnlitu (lint II . .
iiHtrnliiff, wiiiio tnr numncr .it m ui,Hiiuiir huh . m ih-h v .. ...... .- ,e in,, Inland.
Ituw HiiRiir noli! today In NowYotk
t-..i.i r..1uii , ..t.ii.titiv tin, fit riiwniiii4 imiirr tn h lioni Uickv than rich.
IW1'1J imtll vtii'ai .. ..... , -- - ItUW
Junttlon, an old lady, whbso uaiiie sTherc was only nn lot to bo drawn for n, t R
not known at tho presmt time, fell off this morning In connection wltn tim T(lja pjhlo !lfornint() waH n,,..
and was rendered temporarily uncon-Ilirth land drawing, which takes In tho ,,,, ttR ,rnnR by fllrfaril & Hoth
scions She sustained Injury to lur Island or O.ihu. and out of forty-nvo rrnn Mr nmnail(, ,li;ctB. t Ioj.
fute, month and head. applicants sho was the lucky winner, Iowr up tho Information rocolvo last
According lo tho statement of mil Thereby hangs a tale, hownver Tho evening hy Alexandor & Ilaldwln Hint
ejcwltiicss, slm wits Just In tho net of lot nil which sh Is living now Is known ,,,. WM il0lt jester.lny nt 4.48 and
iilluhtluc when tl o conductor rung the otllclally us Lot No 1 Tho lot which nr()VCH thni the market la strencthen-
hell for "go ahead" and tho movement wiu drawn for this morning has tho of-( nR )n sympathy with the advance of
of tho car caused her to fall oft. This tlclnl llllo or ln Jo -.', ami joins hit )0(;t sugars.
differs Bllghtlv from tint factb brought president residence jnero was u uik
to light bj the Itapld Transit people, trovvd at tho Capitol this morning to
who am making nil Investigation of s'o tho drawing, and tho box wits roll
tho enso. led and shaken about more than Is usual
According to their story, sho has not hi order to give overjono a good
been very well for some tlino past, and chance. Hho was present wlun her
as tho tar was rounding the curve sho liuiuii wus drawn nut, nnd shook hands
got onto tho running board to get off. .with herself over tho result.
Tho car hail almost comu to a stunil-
Tlio WlnBtonsIn legislature mter u
long and bitter light has passed the
still when sho fell Sho lives nwuy out
of town und Inquiries will be made at
her homo. She Is a white woman and, stato Income tax law
her ago U Judged at about sixty-live.
Tho good nowa wan heightened by
Iho follow lug cablegram reeolved Ihhi
morning by Alexandor & naldwln
from Iholr Now York coriesHindenta:
"Holders of- raws uro asking 4 fit.
Market stiong. SpotB only. Ueot
ciop uccounta continue had."
Senator I.tiko Loa of Tennessee,
still weak from transfusion of blood
In an effort to save his wife's life, Is
In a hospital.
BREAKS UNDER STRAIN ,
LOS ANGELES, Cab, July 2& Mrs. -j
0,iE..McMru'gal. wlU.of tha ..If -con--J
fatted dynamiter, today eollaptedfrom K-
NEAR DEATH VALLEY
(Associated Press Cable.)
SAN BEpNAROJNO, Cab, July 22
Deitruetlve cloudburttt have followed
a temperature of 140 degrees Fahren
heit in the Death Valley region.
HAYTI REBELS BOLD '
(Associated Presa Cable.)
PORT AU PRINCE, Haytl, July 22.
The rebeta are advancing upon tha
TO COME HERE
On the Initial trlfi of tho now turblno
liner hunvo Mnrd of the Tojo Klsen,
Kabh.i llne.ivvhlcli Is expected to arrive
here August 8 from Japan, according to
cablegram received by Castle fc
Cooke, the local agents. President S.
Asa no of tho company will comn along
as it passenger.
This news was riven out today to a.
It u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter by tho Japanese i
otllcer or tho Chljn Marti, wilch I r-
rived jeserda from Yokohama. Tlio
coming of the "brains" of tho T. K. K.
line, which Is building modern ships for Jj
Japan, Is welcnmo news to tho local 'wj
Japanese. . ,
President Asano passed through herii ,
scveral'vears ago on his trip to thk-'
mainland, where ho conferred wnn
flenerul Manager Schvvtrlu of tho PnJ
cltle Mall concerning the amalgama
tion of tho two big steamship com
panies. It wns then that ho declared
that ho would not, supplant with Jap
anese officers the white captains, pur- j
sera and surgeons on tho steamerB
which now touch ut this port Ho gavjiTJ7
as his reason tla'ii thut the change tt
would not hi? for tho lienellt pfth 8
company, or which he Is president, nor ,,'
to tho Interests of commercial men.
Tho olllcers ot the Chlyo Mum stated
yesterday that the pew liner Shunyo
Mnru. when tuken out from Kobe,
whrro rim Is being fitted up, will be
h revelnthui to the people of tho 'tPar
udlso or the I".nlle.'; Captain Henry
Smith, formerly In command ot the
Nippon Muru, and who was appointed
ns commander of tho finest and the.
nnnest steamer of thq comimny, will
be on tint bridge of tho palatial liner
when sho leaves tho Japan coast. Pres
ident Asnno and General Manager Bill-
rnlshl or tho roiuuuny have tcrcat con
fidence In Cuntnlu Smith. VK
Forty-nltto automobiles, valued aty
more than 1125,000, havo been stolen :
I In Chicago since June 1, according'' to
U llnA MnA..lA
tho police records.
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