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From 8n Franelscoi
Lurllno July 26
For Ban Franclsool
l.urllno , v... August 1
Zenlandln August 18
Mnrnma ,,,, August IS
ESTABLISHED 1882. No..4986.
NICOLL IS NEAR
Near death an tlio Insult of tlio an
liiinulillo accident near tlio pola
Kiouuds last nlKlit, oiuift Harry Nl
eull, of tlin Il.mk or Huwnll, Is kIIII
lylnR unconscious today In Iho hos
pltal at Kent Slmrtor. Ills brldo of
thrru months, iinltijuicil but almost
piostralod fiom uhock and anxiety.
Is at the homo on Kumin Rtreet.
Tin.' oilier members of Iho party,
Prank l:, Thompson, tlio atlornoy, an.)
hli lirhlo, who was Miss Allco Hoth,
aro bolh Injured, painfully but not
herlously 'Ihotnpson is sulTorlm;
fiom a hinken cull ir hone and Is had
Iv bruised. Ho Is at his apartments
at tliu Young Hotel. Mrs, Tliompsoil
In cut and bruleed, hut her phvslclaui
aid today that slio Is In no darner
Mid will need only to rest a fow days.
Sho Is at Queen's hospital where shn
was taken after the arcldeut.
Young Nlroll In by far tlio most
rcrlously Injuied, and n report was
Riiicad uroiimt the city today that ho
had. died early this morning. The
ronnit. however. Droved to no tin-
l file AV. 2 cx'cWk thU afteriioon her
was roiiorted to ho still alive, but
bin condition Is Krao. Ho sustained
a compound fracture of tlio skull, a
piece of Iho Ikjiio being pressed 111'
waul on the brain.
.Iho accident, according to statu
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It J. llergcr of the. electrical works,
who Is will known for his motor cclu
tiding, luriml over a tiliar nn whlih
lie was .'Idlng esttrday afternoon Tlio
olliir occupant of tho m ichlno was u
toy who works In tho shop, and howas
tln ono who suffered most.
'I liny wire coming down tho Judd
Klmt hill on Nuu.inii incline without
a brake, running against tho comprcs
kIoii ,or the engine. Tim peed was
iiulliliiB out of tho ordinary, hut ono
or tliu wheels touched tho street cur
rail and the next Instant they were
spnud out on tho road. The boy, wjio
In hack ut work this' morning, and
whole name Merger declines to glo
out, received a nasty wound on the
"leulp, Judging hy tho pool or blood that
was to be sei n l)lng In tho roul short
ly nrtirwards. Merger stated this
inclining, however, that ho was not so
rlonily Injured and that they wtnt out
In Wnlklkl shortly nfterwards.
Illfli .MA IIS IIDCOVKIHMI.
VMli:, Pit. July 1C J. C. (Hud)
Mara, who was Injured whpn ho fell
with his aeroplane hern last Friday,
Is rapidly rrtmerliiK- Today ho sat
up for mineral hours, and, as ho Is
now out of (luiiRer, It Is expected that
lio will ho able to leavo tho hospital
In a week.
Tliero will h a inectlnK of the Board
of ABrliiilture unil I'orestry nt 3 o'clock
thli afternoon, at whlih It Is expected
Chinles S .Iiidd, the new laud rnui
mlsslouei, mid who will take tho hi ail
of tlio hoir.l, will he pesent.
i I In airled this inornhiR by the P M.
8, S Kllurla and K IiiiuIiIiik with
Cum rniir l'renr
HOUSTON GOES "WET"
I Apinrtntoil l'rss Cnblrt 1
HOUSTON, Tex, July 24. Houston
went "wet" today by a bin majority,
tho "dry" element losing by about 4000'
votes. The fight was vigorous.
218! rilHorliil rooms 2250
business ol'llee. These ure the tcle
pluiue n il m hers ot the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
U. S. Has Issued An
Ultimatum To Castro
FORMER. PRESIDENT OF
action has been taken
ed States to prevent
ident Cipriano Castro
by the Unit
from stirring up trouble in the coun
try where he was former dictator. The
Department of State has issued the fol
"The Department of State has no
doubt that, as on the last occasion
when Castro attempted to return and
disturb the peace on Venezuela, all the
interested European and American
powers will cordially cooperate to pre
vent what might lead to a renewal of
the Intolerable conditions which exist
ed in Venezuela during the Castro ro
gime." This ttnteiiicnt Is considered a lr-
tu.il ultimatum to tho ft lends of tho
former ilktntor to have nothing to do
Willi him. The department rarely takes
u positive public position In such cases
unless It Is prepared nt a liniment's
nntlro to back up Its demands..
FUNDS FOR MISSION WORK
111 HAWAII IN HER WILL
An order or prohalo was Krauted this
inornltii; ror the will or tlio Into written consent of all.
"Mollur" Itlco or Ktiu.il Attaihul to ru hundred dollars ore to bo to
It was the original will stKiied hy Mrs.lcn.li or her inaudchlldren Thc nro1
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.v .ti.i.i.1 ,, i'.tfc l.HV Htm u-
dent In tho slinky signature, whUD Blood
out In contrast with those of the wit-
All her sons and cianililatiKhters nro
provldut for, unil also a sum, the aluo
or which will not bo known until ma
tors liaxo bccu.Mralchtencd out, for tho
forwardlm: or Hawaiian mission work
ill the Hawaiian Islands. The estate Is
still to bo appraised.
Her stock holdliiBs In the I. Hum
Plantation Company nro divided up as
follows: One-iuiirter to William Hydo
Ulce, her son, and the sumo amount to
each of her daUBhtirs, Mrs. Ihnlly D.
de la VerBtio and Mrs. Anna (J. Cooke.
An eighth bocs to her Bramhliiughler,
MrK Mary Dorothea Itke Iscnhciir, and
the remaluhiB elslith to her Brandson,
1) Paul 11 Isinbere.
Tho land Klpuknl, on tho Island or
Kauai, boos to tho sons or her sonJlsenberB. as trustees for a fund to lio
itiiiinui nyiiH nice, on uio coniution
nun in" i.uier mum nuo ine uso ot
tlio land diirliiB lili lifetime. Also tho
land Iviiiiukal, with tho huildliiBs and
Improvements thereon, shall not ho
alienated heroro tho youngest of tho
said children reaches the hbo of lesal
IN EFFORTS TO
rulluro Is fiiehiK the Hawaiian Cot
ton Growers' Association In Its (ITorts
to rnlxo f:!000 as a fund to llBht the
lioll-worm, nnd as a nsult a number
of the menihirs ilecliuu tint the oiilic
hut inomlslm; cotton Industry Is
tin eale ned
AUhoiiBh half of thu'-fund of 1000
that Is milled to si inch out a pataslllu
enemy of tho pent li:js liteu Buarantied
liy ono man, J P Cooke, tho other half
can not hu raised, and Hherwood M.
- 'm riy,
a mi inhi r of the commlttco
named to ralso tho funds, savs Unit It
looks now as If tint attempt will he
ubandoued, and tho pest foimht with
such lusiilllclent menus as uio now
- - 'i& - - tPte'tL mjitfaL.J' iljj, .jASlhMtiX
majority, and then not without tho
l tvW3?sr.- '
,! .Ulllllirtl ItlLU IPCllllllK. 1'. 1 till. , .1 ,I II A J I
n I.tmlitrB. CleerKO do la Virne. l'aul torny.G.neral Wiekersh.m , today Is.
Ho n V.rBt,e. William II. nry ulc0J " emphatic denial of he charge.
Hiiirles A Ulce. Arthur If IHco. Mrs. . """V.'. .!,.!," FZOS!.
Maiy :. Scott, Mrs Anna f Wllcov,
Harold W. lllce, Phillip U Ulce, IJiully
t.il). Itlco.jC. MmitiiKiiK Cooke, Clarenco
he'll. CM, OeorBO I', Cooke, lllclnrd.
Cooke, Alice 1J Cooke and Theodore
.Cooke. f '
Tho furniture ln her room bops
William Iljdo nice mid her Brand
dmishtcr, May Dorothea nice IsenherK
She nominates W, II. nice as her suc-
cestor In the tfust Imtioscd upon lur
iy tliu deed or Holoiiion Kamahalo In
rurther, the will state i that arter all
Just debts have been paid tho re
mainder of the money Is to po lo htr
Mill, William Hdo Itlce, and to her
BrnnddaiiBliter, Mary Dorothea Woo
useii tor Hawaiian mission worK In tliu
Hawaiian isinniis Mie ni.so noiiilnuie.i
William Hydo lllco and Mary Dorotlua!
Itlco Iscnherff as executors of her will.
to act Jointly or severally without
bonds The witnesses to tho will were
If D WNiard and 13 Woodward
RAISE PEST FUND
'So far, wo could not ralio unv thine
like IJ000 In nil," In, nuld, "mid that
would bo of no assistance All
plans to send Mr. I'lillaway
other entomoloiilst In s. nidi or n para-
silo are leady to fall throiii;h now In
fact, the whole .cotton Industry Is In a
si rloiis iluUBcr, lecauso tliu Biowirs
here am not iihlo to piotcct It Just
How tin. nest lq lint Imil. I.ipmw.i tlin
plants were cut hack severely hut It BU0ar advanced ten cents on the mar
will have to ho fouuht hy other means ket here '"d'y-
iir I llt rsliU U 111 Iks fill Mini I ttj ci silt ir ibps"p""
Hint whit promises to lie a valuable
Industry to tho Te i rltory shouht ho let
die out hcciuaci a few tliousand doll lis
can not he raited fo tlsht It"
LU, TERRITORY OF HAWAH,
SUGAR TRUST IS
A POWER OVER
(Hpoclll Hu I let III Cil.te)
. NEW YORK, N. Y., July 24. Claus
Sprickels" testified today before the spe
cial sugar investigating committee that
he had shipped a cargo of sugar to San
Francisco chid) the wholesalers had
rejected, fearing a boycott, by the trust.
Ho said that Ills brother John had tried
I unsuccessfully to get him to agree not
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to ship any mare. The cargo was fi
nally sold to tho retailers, breaking the
'market. He testified that he lost money
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'on this deal. Ho said he was forced to
discharge woikmen filling barrels be
cause they made them light weight.
(Asoglltlit Vrt-tin pil.)
LONDON, Cng.. July .2 1. Remark
able scenes jarjju red.",.yWv)4ous5i.9;
Commons today, when Prlniler Asqulth
attempted to movo a consideration of
the amendments made td the veto billf
by the House of Lords. The premier i
was howled down in spite of repeated
efforts to bo hsard, and the house ad
journed with scenes of disorder.
OUT IN DENIAL
WASHINGTON, D. C July 24. At-
built up by tho Guggenheims in Alaska
the United States was defrauded out of
r.n iw) tM t. .l ,.hIp..i tn fitt
''-", "'""., -on"
P"U ln At"ka ln 1m
(Associated Press Oltitr.) ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 24-Ed-ward
Hlnes, the wealthy lumberman,
testified today before the Lorimer In
vestigation committee that former Con
'igrwsimarr douicii nw .6
gressman Boutell had stated to him
tnat President Taft said he was glad
, ..i., i i.,.. Lorim.r
GETS EIGHT YEARS
FOR TAKING BRIBE
(AsiocIiIpiI PriBX O.ll.le,)
OAKLAND, Cal, July 24 Henry
Dalton, assessor for Alameda county,
was today sentenced to eight years In
San Quentln penitentiary for accepting
a bribe of $5000 in connection with the
Spring Valley water company case,
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BY SERIOUS FIRE
fAasoPlaliil Press 'ilhle.l
I CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, July
24. Fire at Stambul is reported to havo
destroyed 6000 houses. Definite details
have not been learned.
REFINED SUGAR UP
fA3H.Klltul Puss Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, July 24 Refined
HAN PltANCIHCO, Cal, July 21.
Uccts SS ani!sls, Vim 10d.; parity,
.4 72l. Prcvhnis ipiolutloii, t2s. 7d
Is a Creator of
MONDAY, JUU 24, ?11.
SESSION ; NOT
NO REVISION IN
Dy C. 8.
(Hih(i1 II ii I let
WASHINGTON, (D. C Juty 13. All Idea of revising the sugar schedule
has been virtually abandoned for this session of Congress. The differences of
opinion aro so numerous that any basi J of compromise is regarded as impos
sible. Tho Progressive Republicans will make an clfort in that direction, but
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the session should continue for a period
The sentiment prevailing among all
ficatlon of the sugar schedule must be undertaken next winter. Some changes
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am uagiareii .n.viiaui.i us iiumuar i ti.9o ajjiiiiiiu lur inimeuiaic rvvisiun
is now too small for successful operations
Senator Bristow has started (ho crusade against the existing sugar duties
by making a strong speech, demanding abolition of the Dutch standard and
tli6 imposition of no higher duties on rjfined than on raw sugar. His efforts
will be continued until the close of tin
FROM EVERY DAIRY HERD
.. IN (SUNDRY HARD WORK
AconlltiK lo a lepait whlrli Terri
torial Vtlerluarlan Victor A. v N'ur
Kaard Is In present at Die tiiPct.uK
or the Hoard or Health at three
o'clock on Wod'iesday aflertUKiu tllelo
aro only sorn tows Infected from
tuberculosis In the dhitrht of Hono
lulu at the prcLent limp, Uy the tlmo
Hid report Koes Into tho tneetlliK he
hopes to ntinounco further that thotio
liao also been ilcrtro)ed.
Iho work has been uo'iig ahead in
Kood shapo and Kradiially ono after
tho other of the diseased cows ha(
been picked out and dealt with at tlio
FORMER ARMY PAYMASTER HERE
FACES CHARGES OF IRREGULARITY
Injor It It. Itay, paj matter In tho counts as well. The charKcs are now
II S. army and well known In llono- hehiK sifted. The CoiiKresslonnl hives
lulu, ImvliiB been stntloued hero soma titration was Instituted by tho chair
time iibo, Is now facliiB serious trouho man of the House committee on mill
from a CoiiKresslou.il lnvcstlcatlni; tnrv atTalrs ami nn expenditure's In the
committee, iicconlhiR to reports ro- War IKpirtment
celved by army oltlclnls and others. Major Itay was hero about a jear
Major Itay le accused of not only unci a half iiko, comhiB In tho sprhu;
behiB a hcncllclary of favoritism In tha of IJtO'.i, nnd remained about a )c-ar He
nutter of protected leaves or absence, has u wldo circle of friends utid ao-
but or IrrcBiilarltlcs In travel pay Uq-
IN GEORGE'S YARD
Artlni;' Chief of Detectives Kellett
is busy huntlnt; tliu limn who deliber
ately stole Link McCaudlcss' chickens
anil conveyed them Into tho premlfea
of ex-(lo)eiaor GeorKO II. Carter,
There Is iippatuntly inullce, deep po
lllkal malice, on tho part of tho thief,
whii played this trick on the Demo
cratic lions, but It Is hoped that Act
ion Chief Kellett will be able lo solve
Tho chlckeiiH, nine of them, owned
by Link, were put in it bar, and car
ried tn tho next laid, tlin Carter
prcfulseu. Cutter, when Informed of
tho ui rival of tho new Inimlgrantii
visited them at tha detention cuinp
Hu found that they were not his
chickens and was surprised that they
were within his Kates.
Kellett believes that lio can trace)
tho culprit down.
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WVAaiJtaue a&aaTfe'aatllsirti.l .. , . 'AAMtiiuUJ
S '"-' ' '''' " w.-mUwi.w.w...sii.i.. ""t,'
In c'orr-.ndnice )
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far beyond that now considered prob.
factions of legislators is that modi-
bngliinlns there ew 700 found tub
eiciilnr. Dr. Norjuard Is very well
picuseil with I lie success of tho work.
I'I.iim h io been ill an n for tho anl
in il iii iranllne ,tntlon at Hllo and
Ihfsijjirp expected lo lie pisiol
HiioiikIi at tho iupUIiik. IHQ piints
nro hclne tnude am) they will bo pro
stated for conshler.il luii. Ur Nor
Ka.ird hopes that tills tlmo the UJtih
llshment of a proper ipinrantlno will
become a concrete fact and tint they
will bo able to handlo Iho work on
the bill Island In proper stylo instead
of haviuR to put up with tho make
shift that oxlsts at tho present tlmo
FEW DRAW FOR
Tlio ilrawliu; of tho f,oiot.th land
division, on tho Island of Kauai, was
held this morulUK. Tho Oman lots
wero withdrawn which left sixty-four
inoio to bo competed for. Only twen
ty nlno applications wero leeched
I'cillovvliii; nro the. names of thoso
who drew lots:
Kalcht NiiKiiml, Jnclnlliii Carvalhn
Sr llnopll Kalalklnl (u) t'hns llla.o
Thos, IC KoriPBl, Carl P. Splllnoi,
Tims. Paris llnrno Taklmotu, John
Cinvallio, (leu Italhhiirn, Matiocl J
Carvalhn Kl iltiul Paris, Ham S, Aton,
, Henry W llelfors, Shlna H. Ozikl.
yoioninn K. i iiiiiu, win ru.ioi, nor
Urn A. Heifers, llnrry O Tiedeiuinii,
Kloahl Yiimnuinti), Henry Iivcll, Jus-
eph Louis, IMward Hplllner, Jr., Miss
Itnrhel Puaol, Nicholas Akana, II K
Piiull.ala, rioreiuo tlllninur, Otnma Y.
Kuwait', Vni K. Porrest.
There la an irresistible something
that is getting into the conscience of
people and that is forcing them to de
mand Ilia straight thing on the part of
everybody with whom they transact
business. BULLETIN advertisers are
PRICE 5 CENTS.
(Fprelil It ii II tin Corivsiit.nd. nee )
Dy C. S. Albert.
WAHIHN'C.TON. I) C. July It-AI-
tbotiKh no uctlon will I'.' Ial.cn hv foil -Kress
In the mattei or detrrinluhiK Iho
tolls for trallle IhroiiKh tliu l'.iiiiiiu
I'uli.il when completed until next whi
ter tho subject Is holm: (.Iveii careful
coiihldcrutliiu Almost dally delega
tions r presenting corporations main
tnlnlnic Hues of ste-iiners are In t III a
city, consilium: with their S. n iters nnd
Itipies. ntatlvi't. on the subject
It has nlreadi develop..! tint If a
free passage Is given esreds inclined
hi the eomtulMi trade, us was propovd
by the bill offered In tl0 )ust CoiiRrons,
there- will bo nil unprecedented up
building ot the American merchant mu
rine The UiiJted Htates Steel Corpor
ation Is now nrrniiBhip; for I lio eon
Irtruetlou of a licet with iWhlch JO;
transport all tliclr triullc hit won tho
Atlantic mid P.icltlc I'otuts This pro
KTiiiii Is hi IliK mapped out cm the llie.-
"Ol.that rcininilili" tolls will Ihi pro
vided. Other ureut coim-rns are will
liitti. follow the l"sd of t(ie StivtTrutt
If free passiuio Is pel'iultled or If th
rates ale sufllcleiitly low' to in ike the
service remunerative ulid less exp. li
the than the transcontinental rall
roids CONFESSED ALL
Knlallei Corto, the nilplnu who
murdeicd Annlo Ulul.inl, Ids Hawaii
an mistress jostcnlnj at W'nlp.iliu.
Inn confessed to Acting Chief of Do
tee tlves Kellett his Bu'lt .of Iho
crime. Ho admitted opcmlv' that ho
killed hei bocaino nanlhorf tooSt hln
Coitcv. Is helm; held In curtoly,
peudliiK tho result of tho Itiipiu't
which will ho hold loda at 4 o'clock
over Hie remains of tho dead woman.
Tlio coroner's Jury had been sum m m
cil uud liniuost will ho conducted at
Pearl CH. Kellett state I this mirn
Iiik that Cortez will prohihly bo
charKcd with murder on TlitinuU)
Tho ptellmluary heiiriug will bo c-n-ducted
before Pnllco JiiiIku Mniik.ii
It was expected this tuornliiK that
Cortez would bo hrouKht beforo JuJxu
Monsarr.it for hearliiK. hut this was
postponed until tho Inquest his heoit
Tho murder w.ib a most brutal and
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The Identity of tho coistlm; ste liner
He ui ml lluhbaid and lur mission to
tho Hawaiian lidainU havo been rolved
'J lio vcskcI Is under chart, r to hiliK
down a shlpmeiit of piles for uie at
tho drjdock ut Pearl Harbor.
The steamer sailed from Kan lVan-
i Isco likt I'lldaynud should nirlvuhero
within tin ihi)n nflir her il.piituie,
WsmI and ea'rso aro coiislsued In i he)
Hawaiian lire.hihu: Coiopati), which
holds extenslvw contracts for reuihtruc
tli.it work nt tho naval station
At one time the General Hubbard
una thought to bo n ve.i. I In Hie nn
plo) of Coast labor rcirultcis, mid her
mission to these Ifl.iniN had been lock
ed upon l-omeuh.1t In tho HkM of that
or the steamship Hen iter, which called
lino some months hbo
In addition to mat. rial to arrive hy
tlie General Hubbard, the) (IreihfhiK
company ulto has a shipment or plllui;
en route h) two sailing vessiU.