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For 8an Franclscoi
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Zculuiulbi August 18
Muramn i August IS
Wliy not get fial'l down to business
In tho first place7 Advcrllso to tlto
customer through the BULLETIN and
got his or her trade without much iu9
Is a Conservative Influence Iff Modern Business
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4993.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911.12 PAGES.
PRICE' 5 CENTS.
HAWAIIAN CLAIMS" SENT TO ARBITRATION
' v. ft v,ffimpflKiw " m ' r' vNil'' - '. miPOf -.rf" 5.rn7OT.7-ViWM- .-JB
WASH1.V0TON. t). C, July 21. Mr.
MrC'Icllal!. soorebiry In Delegate Kil
hl, Is nut meeting with nmrltcil suc
cess hi his work of milking up n party
nf Congressmen In visit Hawaii IIiIn
summer. Tlio prolonged session nf
Congress Iiiih broken hi on the personal
plans nf many nf those who have been
mi Iho IM. A trip In Hawaii Ih always
looked forward to with great pleasure,
Imt with the session closing early III
August nml tho regular session opening
In December, H trip In Hawaii ilncati't
leave much time In atleiul tn hnino af
fairs that no Congressman can entirely
(En'clal no I lot in Wlreleas.)
WAll.UKl', Atirf. I. Mora than two
thousand dollars w.s tulien from tho
Klpahulu l,aiiliai..n ollieoJuva ''ol.ll..,-. . ,TwitTlfytf , was
. roooer um eutc.ei. an en.raoco imo
the olllce xon.o tlmo last night and was
successful ln-oetilnq ifo r.nfo with a
key The sliileinent Is given out that
tho burglar secured $21 5r,.
Khrrlrr Clem Crowell has gono to tho
Irene and hopes to catch tho criminal.
( Ahsnrlatfd I'm" f!aMc, )
LONDON, Eng., Aug. 1. Edwin Aus
tin Abbey, tho famous American artist,
died here today.
):. A Abbey wan one of tlio most noted
painters and Illustrators America has
produced. He was born In Philadelphia
III t S52. As an llltivtriitnr of lilslollc.il
works bo bail long been held by crlllcs
supreme In Iho United Wales.
MANY PERISH IN
INSANE ASYLUM FIRE
HAMILTON. Ont, Aug. 1. Eight
perished and many were injured here
In the firo that destroyed tho Insane
Third Mate Winkler of tho steamer
Arlzounn, who pleaded guilty tn a
charge of smuggling opium Into the
Territory this morning, took the snn
Icncn nf four months' Imprisonment
handed down bv .ludgo Charles 1.
('lemons Ibis afternoon with a smllo
on his face.
The sentence was tho minimum ac
cording to tho ruling of llin court In
previous rases and Iho Judge said
thiil be felt Inclined. lo bo lenient on
account of tho open manly way In
which Wlnklor had acted.
When nsked If ho luul uny ono be
hind hlm Winkler replied that thorn
was not. "I brought the stuff on
boatd hy myself," ho said, "and hid
It ixvtaf by myself. Tho only assist
ance I had was that of Downey."
.lolinJohler stated that ho wan tho
only support of his niolher, who was
In San Krunclscn. Ho was also onn
nf those who pleaded guilty In con
iKi'tlnn with running opium. Ho has
been In Jail for Romo tltno -waiting for
for u hearing. Judge demons said
Win Long Fight
C. W. Athford.
Bailey. Believed dead.
Q. Carson Kenyon. Dead.
Louis J. Levey. Dead.
Arthur McDowell. Dead.
Fred H. Redward.
' Reynolds. Believed dead.
E. B. Thomas.
' Hardman. Wrathalt and
I After Hflecn years of delay, tho fa-
intiiiM "Hawaiian dahns" huvu heen
submitted to The Hague Tribunal for
arbitration. This Is the news that has,
i leached such of tlio claimants as iirajKiilitiiiasluii lo iirhltratlon of pecuniary
bill) IIvIuk. with tho uusuranco that at
last the United Htatus und Great llrlt
nln have taken up for serlorts solution
u lirohleni that at one tlnio presenled
un Inleruatlonal dllllculty.
Tlio news Is an echo of tho stirrlui?
limes early In tho history of tho Ro-
public Hawaii, when the monarchy had
li"en overthrown, tho young common-'or
wealth established and there were plot,,
Mint counterplots lu tho ufi.
11 vviiu 11 nlnt tn wreek tile rertobllc
, cmllp of tll0MO ch111( a ,,,. ,f
rcs,,,PntHf t.lt,z(.n or vl(ros countries,'
i,u,.,i ,r ,.iiee,i r.,,i,ll,.ltv
lu tho plot, their pioperty rights cut off,
many of tbrm sent out of tho conn-
"CLEAN OUT THE ROAD
IT," SAYS MXLELLAN
"Clean- out the whole ond depart
ment, lloodness knows It needs It."
"Let us put In new material there."
Theso weio statements among others
niade'liy Supervisor McClollan, u lono
lienwierat. In the nresrnee of a gather
ing of four Republican city fathers who
had Just concluded a beheading ben and
had emptied tho oltlclal waste-basket
of two heads of former road oversees,
ono being that of K. 0. Wilder, tho oth
er ot J, K. Paele.
Mcflellan further charged that
uioney was recklessly hiiiiandereil lu tho
road work done lu Kwa uml Wululuu
"I know what I am talking about, as
I huvo been over a road that cost this
nullity twenty-llvw thousand dollars,
and It l- less than two miles lu length.
Talk about 1'iele, call you beat Iff
City and County Mnglueer (lero pro
fessed this morning to huvo no prefer
cnci lu tho mutter of selection of a
road supervisor for Honolulu, district
ro long us a mail quullltcil to perform
the work was Iho cbuico ot thu mem
bers of the board
Charles Wilson today took over tho
duties formerly performed by 11. r
Wilder. Wilder forwarded u letter ot
acceptaueo of a position as assistant
to City mid County Knglneer Cere to
the load committee, the communication
being received uml acted upon lust
"Whether It had been Crowiiliigbcrg
or Duncan In place of Wilson lor Ho
nolulu road supervisor, It would have
been all tho saino to mo. Wo want a
limn capable of tuklng euro of tho work
of this district," wns tho rejoinder of
Knglneer Cioro when asked If ho would
huvo suggested any change In Iho se
lection of a man for Wllder's position.
Chairman Sam Pwlght of tho road
coniinlttcfl denied tho statement ap
pearing In a iniindng paper that no ef
fort bad beep made to mako tho city
and county engineer a participant at
tho rather animated caucus held on
last Saturday i.tght.
"I llrst mado Inquiries at tho homo
of Mr. flere,". said Pwlght, "and then
try nml cithern liejjl under strict stir-
ellliinro nml suspicion.
Those who weru placed iiiuler arrest Beckley of Honolulu wcro united in
or otherwise disciplined flleil clulius for marriage today at Ot. Mary's calho.
ilnimiKCH, iiml Iho claims were taken up dral, with a notable attendance of so
hy Iho representatives of their respec- clety folk present. Father Hannigan
tlvu countries. Ily far the greater iiuni- performed the ceiemony, tho Catholic
l;cr were British subjects, ami tlio service being used,
dahlia were lumped Into a crimp. Oth-I Tlio bride was dressed In a brilliant
ors romiiiltted to (ireat Ilrltahl their
claims for settlement, '
The dulniH have heen ponding ever
since, with promises of action now ami
again foitliromliiK, Imt never nppar-
ently any nearer Hum the day tho
claims wero lllcil. It was not until tho'
United .Stales and (Ileal Hrltaln enter-,
Into u rpeclal agreement for the
claims oiilstundlns that a dcllnlto ttep
to settlo the matter was made.
This agreement Wiih slciicd hy Secrn-1
tnry of Ktato Knox, for tho United
atiiles, and .lames Ilryce, tho lirlllshl
umlMssiidor, on July lu, and slcned )y
President Tuft tho following day.
Hrlelly It provides for tho appointment
a tribunal which shall meet at
Washington at a date lo bo fixed by
jtlie two governments mid iidjudlcutn
llu. rlniins. The. trlhoii:il K to !to com-
poscil'-oT. tbr'eo"nienii.ers. one represent-
i Hurt ntiil mi imirtlrn (n ho
chosen hy theso two. or otberwlso
,. n n-,,,,. n,n R..n..r..i list r n or.
iiianciit court of arbitration,
(Continued on Page 61
learned that ho had gone to the beach.
there to attend u social guthrrlng.
"Wo believed lb.it tho engineer
(Continued on Page 2)
Willi the approval of tho plans for
(ho llrsytivo miles of tho proposed belt
road system by tho specially appointed
eominlKsloii will follmv tho actual work
of construction of Ihat section of tho
highway Ihat lies oil tho windward side
oc ino isiaiiu.
City mid Codnty Knglneer (lero and
Ills stnlT ot assistants havn but little
to do III tho completion of tho plans
and tho preparation of the list of spec-
locutions for tho perusal of contract
Thero yel remain ono or two matters
of detail In (Ho securing of right of
way, which will bo closed with tho llrst
of tho week
ARMY MEN TO RETIRE;
. OTHERS PROMOTED
Duo to the recent death of Ideuteii-ant-ColoucI
1'reil W. KVwtcr, b'lfth Cav
alry; the retiring of Colonel Joseph W.
Durst on August 10 and of Colonel
l'rank A. Hdwards ou August 17, many
promotions will luko place shortly lu
the riflh Cavalry.
The vacancy created by the death of
l.lcutcnunt-Colnnul Knster will bo lin
ed by Major Oeorgo II. I-indls. Colonel
Dorst's leaving will promote l.lenten-unt-ColonelH
Waller I'Mnley mid Joseph
Crcshuui, and Majors 11. U. Benson uml
Oeorgo 1). Smids.
Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh U Scott,
former superintendent of tlie West
Point Military Academy, will bu pro
moted by tho retirement of Colonel 1''.
A. Hdwnrils. Just what captains will
be advanced Is not known ns yet.
(Special III) tin tin Cable )
SAN FRANCISCO, CaI., Aug. I.
Miss Beatrlco Campbell and George C.
Parisian gown of white crepe de chine,
'The matron of honor was Mrs. Robert
W. Shingle of Honolulu, her sister,
while Miss Miriam Pond of Berkeley
and Miss Mary Osborno of Fresno wcro
The best man was Dert Nixon of
Reno, Nev., son of United Slatos Sen-
ator Nixon. The ushers were Robert
W. Shingle and Fred Shinglo. Colonel
Samuel Parker gave the bride away,
IThere will be a reception at the St.
Francis Hotel, and tho couple will
spend their honeymoon at Del Monte,
FREE LIST BILL
(Assocl.itf'it Pies .'al'l.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug
Fresh meat is taken off tho "farmers'
free list," oxcept when coming from
countries admitting certain American
farm products free, by tho action of
tho Senato today in passing tho froe
list bill in the form of the Kern com
promise measure, offered by Senator
John W. Kern of Indiana.
The Senato passed the bill "IS to 30,
with tho Democrats voting solidly fori
( An..iellril 1'rcKn (!.itile.t I
HAVANA, Cuba, 'Aug. I. General
Acevado has started a revolt here. Tho
revolutionists aro threatening to burn
indiscriminately if Presldont Gomez
fails to resign.
U. S. S. PRINCETON
IS ON HER WAY HERE
I Special ".111 let I II Cable.)
8EATTLE. Wash., Aug. t, The gun
boat Princeton sailed from this port to.
day for Samoa.
SAN I'KANCISCO, C.il.. Aug I.
Heels: SK analjsla, Ills, lid; p.ulty,
t.'Jiic Previous ituolatloii, 13s. lod.
'Annum' ,i, i' iiiciinen, Hawaiian cm-
The case of alleged yellow fever ills- ployes of Hie idly nml county of Un
covered by llin health authorities at iiolulu, Including policemen, llreuieii,
Pasadeiiii, CaI., has proved to lie n
Dr. Carl Ramus, In chargo of tho
United States iMiiiruiitlnu service at
Honolulu, tdiwHIiled n lengthy cablo to
Washington yesterday, making In-
qulrles concerning thu enso which, from
cabled reports that reached here, was
said to be yellow fever.
This morning Dr. Humus received n
laconic reply from tho national scat of
government which read:
"Pasadena case considered negative."
Dr. Ramus concedes this tn mean
that no alarm Is being felt In the Cull-
fornla city over tho suspicious case of
Will Be Issue
Citizen labor on tin; watcrfinut will campaign. Kanckna viiya Hint Iho lo
be made an Issue If Iho plans of tho eal loiiKshoienion will ileal dlirctly
local longshoremen to heroine alllllat- with tlio union on Iho mainland,
cit with tho loniibliorciuc'ti's unions on A delccnlo. In fact, has nlready
llio mainland uml Ihu Atiiurirau l'ed- hecu uaiiied, hut lenders nf lliu isiolab
erutlun of Uilior arc successful. hcie diclluo to Klvo out hln mi inc.
A well-devoloped inooinent nnimii; Ho Is In ho advised hy all attorney
tlio Honolulu iHinl.is, or loiiKnliorenii'n. hefoiu leaving for (he mainland.
now ban Its object Iho iirKnnlzInc of
tho watci front workers on distinctly
union linen nti.t Ilia sending of n dole-
pnn Toledo, Ohio, wllliln a row
weeks to confer with union ropre-
t,ontntics tilery. This delegate Is t'l
secure, If ihissIIiIo, a charter from
ln Intel nalloinl longshoremen. Not
long ago Picshlcnt T. V. O'Connor of
tho Innp-.lioi omen's union reported at
n meetliiK In Toledo tjiut n liraiirlil
of iho orRanlzatlnn Is to ho plnrpil;
Honolulu, and It hi In confer wllh
l'lcsldenl O'Connor and others mi the
details of the unionization scheme
llr.it the delegate will ho icnt from
Cbailtit Kanekoa. piesldent of Iho
llui I'ool.i o Honolulu, the "Lout;
r.hoicinen'a Union of Honolulu," ir
rlittcd oslorilay' that Iho local wal-
erfiont workers will have nothing to
m with the jiUn.'ljilKir Unlu,n,..w)r
wllh tho plans of David Kwrtllko of
I III", for establishing- u branch horn
Kwallku attended a union ciivontlnii
III Iho Northwest recently mil slue"
his return has announced pliinn for
Including Honolulu In (bo unionizing
EXTENSIVE REPAIRS ON WAR
Movement orders Just received at
the naval station here iniike It very
doubtful If Hawaii will get (lie Pacific
licet for tat get practise this fall, and
It Is now believed that none of tho
cruisers will be ablo to'get out to theso
waters for tho expected fall maneuvers.
The licet. Including Iho California,
Pennsylvania, South Dakota, West Vlr-
glnla, Colorado mid Maryland, Is divid
ed up ami scattered far and wldoalong
tho P.icllle Coabt.
The various vessels of the Meet will
'undergo it thorough overhauling.
No mention was given lu tho last
'movement orders received by Admiral
Cnwles, U. S. N., coninianil.ini of tlio
naval station, that Iho lleet would como
Tho Pennsylvania has been ordered
out of commission, which leaves only
five ships In tho lleet. She wus placed
TO RESIST TAX
Hellnvlnu they have good mounds lo
e... u,. r iiil,, ,,r
J .. .
their wages by Deputy Tax Collector
A W. Neeley, In Hie olllce or County
guards in j.iu, nun mailmen, ims
morning prepared a petition, which Is
being signed today by those who want
to bring tho mutter Into court.
According to sumo of them this
morning, about J70U0 was collected
from county employes since last month
for the payment of their ilelliuiiicnt
taxes This method of collecting taxes.
without (list obtaining their consent, Is
looked upon by Iho county employes as
an unjust system. They claim that Hid
tn collectors huvo no legal right to
coltict their taxes by demanding of
tho auditor of tlio f.ounty payment on
A. K. Anna, mi emploje of the 'Per-
Tho pnolnf niclcly hero now hail u
uiiMiihcisliln of 17". It was staled yon
tenliiy. Lenders In IhU society nil-
milled when questioned joslerdaj
that citizen labor Is In ho an Ishiio.
A plan is nnw 1111 foot In piosent ta
Iho rinplojcrR what will virtually
.iinnuiit In n iloiuiuiil Hint only rill
zen lahor he employed In water front
work. Willi Iho slrcliKth of the Anil"
llcnn rcilcrnllun of Labor t hack
them up, they hope to mako their
In the background of all this ills
riisslon over a union then; Is an In
timation of a sdlke In which oa.se
dm locnl union would rely for belli
upon Iho oigjtilzatloiis at S.m Krnn
Cisco ami ruge, n(.iiiui poris. so nun ,
demands for citizen labor on Hid
uocKS cere wouiii no oicKeii up uy.
mii.i;tn'tnni seiiitnclii ou me uiasi.
As yrt, Mm situation Is merely drt-
veloplng lltvir. The meotlng at whlrh,
Hie dolegilo v.a innwl was held on-
ly reeoully end It will bo some tltn
ii-ioro nei.nm oi orgams-auoii n.e nci-
tho InUirnallonal iniliin'H.
at Iho navy yum, rugci isnunu, juiy(
1, with a small skeleton crew oil lio.inl,
lo keep h'r up until ordered back Into
commission when tho authorities seo
The California, Maghlp or tho lleet; s. T. Slarrett, tho small-farming ox
Iho Maryland and South Dakota, form- pert brought hero by the Territory
log the llrst division, aro at Maro Is- n ,m advl3ory rapacity, made his of
lauil for tepalrs, or Just what extent Is ((.u report lo (Imortior I'rear lalo
not known. I yesterday afternoon, As forecast by
At the navy yard at Itremerlon, Pu- t,(1 Bulletin It contained recom
get Sound, to undergo thorough over- mendalluns for the establishment of
hauling, Is tl eond division, undo i( central marketing system.
up of tho Colorado, flagship; West Vlr- Paillcular stress Is tali) hy Mr. Blnr
glnla and Pennsylvania. ' p-H n the carrying on ot oxperl?
Should tho repairs of the lleet prove lm,na f,r,nng by local ranchers and
to bo very serious lu nature. It will fnnefs to determine tho prnctloabll
harilly be possible lor them to bo llxed )lv ()f Br,)WnB fr(S m vegetable
up for several mouths, thereby prohlh. ,,,r(,
Itlng tho usual fall practise. ,! VcUp a Clink stated Ibis
Tho Colorado csrfhrlod tho Pacific llmrllll.c (lllt ,i10 )rnE papur's rc-
lorpeuo iieet ot ten ucstroyers 10 I'll
(Continued on Page 6)
rltoilal government, was today busy
getting tho slciuilures of tboso who
want to innteit the Ipgatllv of the act
;"; . 1. n'n nl wh.
,,. ,,,,,, , .,, , ,., ,,,
county auditor, where he deniandeil of
tho employes tlint lliey pay their do-
lluiiient taxes or stand tho cousa-
nui'iii f appearing lu court.
As soon as siilllclent signatures havu
been obtained by Anna, Iho piopo'dtlou
will bo presented to K C Peters, whom
the county employes wish to retain as
their counsel to contest Iho legality of
The law which passed at tho Inst
Legbdatmo, authorizing tho lax assess,
or ami collector to collect delinquent
taxes from the wages which Iho county
emnloies were earning. Is not nnullca-
bio lu this paillcular Instance, they
Wank It II u 1 1 M In 1 per Jtar.
PLAN WILL BE
A central inaiketing system will
established li iho Teirltorlal gov
ernmcnl, aororillng In fiov I're.tr's
Btnleiuents this inoinlng. The ire
oinincndallotis of a. T Slanetl. tlio
small farming cxpeit, mado lu a ro
isirt to tho C.overnor tale yesterday
afternoon, will bo followed out.
"I coiiflder It a xery valuablo re
port," said (iiitrnur Krear this inorn
lug. "It oiillineH Just what wo waul
ed and I consider Mr. Starred haa
done his work properly and well.
"I went Into Iho mailer yostenlav
afternoon for a short tlnio and then
this tnornlng wo took up the recom
mendations again wllh lilchiinl Ivers
of tho hoard of Immigration. Pr Wll
rn of Iho I'ederal oxporiment sla
Hoii uml Dr. Vlclor Clark. We liuvu
mado a start lu conneetlon with our
plans for tlio future but wo are not a
groat way along tho road as jet.
Wo hopo to got the scheme golm;
hut wo do not want to stall In Ion
heavily al llirt Our Idea Is railu'r
j in siaii ou ii siuaii t.cuio aim niun
wort arso t,pB
appoint nne miyi, tho field man men-
t,nP( 10 ,.e,,r( ., f ,.,,
wM1 tlUn , .T )lf trvVjaiiuf
tho CClU ,, ,,- ' rfcnnu.c,,,,.
,,. Tnn;u ,rc ,JJv,.ra, nppllcalfeii
rr ,, ,, f.' ,,.,, so ,cn'
rr,.omllinmlc,t , Tn. No consldcM:
,, . ,. ll!lu ,, ,.nn ,., ,,,.,
we hopo lluil we pli.ill lind a local
man who will bo able lo fill the poal- j
"The appointment ot a biillncss
man I hopo wl.ll follow tho llrst ap
pointment very soon.
"Tho plans of Ilia now Immigration
ptatlon ou the Bite of tho old 11b Ji
market wcro sent up to mo this morn
ing for my approval and they show
tho nervssnry place left for tho new
department. I am leaving the mat
I lor of Ibelr being built mostly In Iho
. hands of tho department mid 1 ex-
poet Hint they will make a start aj
I soon ns they can."
FILED WITH GOVERNOR
port Is misleading. "Section four."
ho said, "was inlsiiunled. It reads
that ns tho export market develops
II will be, etc., nml Hie morning pa
per stales nothing about waiting un
til tlio market develops, Imt inal'.na
tho definite assertion that a man
should be placed nn the roast.
Summarizing somo of tho Calient
features ot Ills report,
KtlUos that tho llliee leading crops-
W. .l"Pn!es and r.co-renulre
no government attention and Hint lu
all probability shippers of coffee, cot
ton And tobacco will also bo able In
take euro nf themselves
Remand Wlllilu Territory.
Speuklnn of the demand- within
Iho Territory he. gives llguies in con
nection with Iho Import value (if vail-
'"'8 "'ipa that might bo raised Hern
hX t'"1 S"1"" furmer. Tho total value
' th,fin """t to 1930,71 1. Tlio!
Vlll's rn climated under tlio rilling ,
wholesale prices In Honolulu. Tliera.';
"r" ntl""" """ !"1'1 vegetables Im-".
I'urteil on which no figures call bo?
Some of the nltlcles can bo pro'-'
duped in llnwnll not miij- for iociu
iieinunil mil also lor export, uiucrs;
...1.I..1. t lo ni tirnonill fuUM,! tllfUeitHJ.'
llti:i, IV I ,IT' .1, ......... .....ILU.V-
(Continued on .Page 4.) '