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From San Franolseoi
Mmichurla, Wllhctmlnu.. August 8
For Ban Franclacol
Mongolia August 6
.I'll In ml l.i August 18
Miiriiin.i ', August 15
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
FIRST BIDS FOR
(Stirrlnl llullotln Wireless.) y
WAiLunui Hug. o. oias wirci
opened this morning at ten o'clock at
the office of Hugh Howell, secretary
of the Maul Loan Fund commission,
on the flrit belt road work In the 1st.
anris under the appropriations of the
recent legislature. The tenders re.
ceived today were on the Mallko road
from Mallko to Pauwela.
W. R. Patterson of Waltuku was the
lowest bidder on the road work, with
. figure of $49,820, Contractor Bow.
man was second, $49,980, while John
Duggan of Honolulu bid $56,100.
In bridge construction work, Pat.
tcrson bid $29,540, while the Lord.'
Young Engineering company of Ho.'
nolulu, L. M. Whltehouse of Honolulu
rnd Bowman all bid about $31 COO.
NOT TO SUFFER
Arrangements lma been practically
cpniph-Uri whereby tho year's work nl
Ouhii 'Jullrgn ran proceed without liny
li.ill iih tho result of tho lire that ilu
,ntioed the girls' dormitory lastThurs
I'lcsldcnt A. !' Orluilhs of tho col
lege, arrived thin morning nn tho ntcutu
ir Maun.i Kcu, cutting his vacation
(hurt, nml at onco began making ar
rangements for temporary hniislngnnd
iicconiniodutlons A tittle iruwillng will
President (irlltlths Ktateil thin morn
Iiik that tliii first work that cnllcil for
IiIh attention on nrrlvhiR hack from
his Interrupted ac.itlon wns tho hous
ing anil comfort of the students who
are cm nihil for the coming year, nml
In see that arrangement were made
whricliy all will he taken caro of In the
best manner possible.
Now Hint this Ii off liU mind, Presi
dent (IrlllltliH says the nex( move will
be tho straightening out of the tangle
occasioned liy the tiro III regard to In
Mirancn matters anil other tilings of a
Him nature, uml tho considering of
plum for Hie new dormitory. Them
wilt Im no delay In construction mid the.
work will Im rushed as fust as It pos
tdhly can he.
MORE LAND AVAILABLE
SOON FOR HOMESTEADS
Aminiiuccmcm wuh niadii this morn
ing liy tlovernor Kreur that several
more lots of land would lie avlalahlo
In thn near futiiie. The lots in thu
tlelnlty of Koko Head lire being sur-
M-jeil uml got riiiuy. ineiu win no,
one low of thtse facing tho lunch and
niiiillier row directly behind them. At
the hack of these again will come somo
lionii'stead lots. The houso lots III ho
KiOxa.'.il feet, or roughly iibmit half an
acre. Tho homesteads will run about
the acres each.
Tho opening of some moro homo
stiails near Wuhnaa'o Is also planned.
Tlieso will run from llvn to twelu
acres each, according to what a man
can bundle. Tlieso wero put up onco
before, but weio withdrawn until they
could ba.sultalily subdivided to suit nil
At Walniea there nro also some
homestead lots that will I'M thrown
open as soon as tho surveys can be
made. 'They will rup about ten acres
each and there Is a supply' of govern
ment water available. There Is a
sliiiitugo of government surveyors Just
at present owing to the Punchbowl
lands uintttT, but a schema has been
wntked out wheroby both works may
be curled on shnultaneoiisiy.
Tho f linden Island reports I ho
drowning of a year old Japanese hoy
on llio bcieli at Wuliiicu, Kauai, Tho
lltllo fellow, who was playing on tho
bearli with his ulster, wan cMUBlit by
Ilm back flow of u wave mid pulled
Into tho ocean. Ills body was Inter
found by u patty of Benrcliers.
MAY GET TO SUGAR
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hpccl.il II ii I If tin Correspond nee.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. .Illly 21.
Tho possibility I luit (lie sugar sclicd
ulo of tho I'ayno-Aldrlcli tin Iff hill
may he lucxllfloii nml ie vised hcfnro
Congiesu nilJminiH Ijccnino qiillo pto
nnunccd recently. Speaker Clnrk,
Itoprcsoiilnllvo Underwood, clialrnrtn
"f llio Wn nnil means Committer,
inn! nthor House leaders miulo it plain
Unit llicy woulil lio glad to nsslst In
changing; not only the wool nnd rot
ton hut tho sugar, Htccl, clicmlcnt
l'nllowlng are Hie prlzcwlnnerij In
excellence In scholarship:
First Wllllo lSosehlll. part-llawalliu; age, tr; grnile VIII., Knahiimnnu
Second Sam farter; Aiuerlcnn; age, IS; grade VIII., Cential (Iriiminar.
Third (linn Muiig; Chinese; age, 13; ginde VIII., Itiij.tl mIio.hI.
1'lrsl V. V. Mini; Chlneso; age, 14; grailn-VII. I lanapepo school.
Second Sou Vce; Chinese; age, II; grado Vlf llau.ipepe M'hool
Third Henry Padgett; Anierlcan; age, is; grade IV., MnKawrll school.
Klrst i:ilza Diincnii; p.irl-IIawallan; nge. 17; grinto VI, ICaaiihnhii school
Sccond--Ayniuo Nakao; Japanese; ue, 1.1; grade V, Pnpalkou school
Third (leiii'Vlea 11. CirMillm; Spanh h-Portugiloe; nge, ; grado VI.
These pupils passed an examination test prepared liy tho Department of
Pill. lie Instruction, the full iktall of which will lufchen In a later Issue The
prUn to In- nwariltd Is ten dollars for thu scholar standing highest mid tlvo
dollars each for second nml third
RESENT CAMPBELL'S ACTION .
IN GRANTING R. R. A PERMIT
(Hieclal Uullctln Unriesiminluicc.) Seslon I,nw of iy07. whereby thn
III1.U, Aug. 4 Tho iictlon of Mar-jnu,(irty ( icn, construct, tn.ilntaln
'stun Campbell, siipirlntendent of puli-iiil close up public streets, highways,
llu works, In granting permission to thu ,.rt NOsted In the counties.
Illlo ltallroail Company to lay trucks! -Vu nro ;1tlslled that It would bo
across tho noi till in end of Kront street detilmentnl to the ptilille weiraro to
and up Wulliiku ..tree! to llrldgc street jKrnt this rlght-of-wiy, shun Wnlluku
has stirred tho board of supervisors to lreet, following us It does tho blurt
ITidest. p ,,f tho Wnlluku river, Is narrow.
That this action Is detrimental to the , hy grunting a strip of tills ro.nl
buiird'H welfaio Is charged, wlillo tlio'uy ( (), jm,, jtallroad Company tho
supervisors resent thu fact that Camp
bell grunted tho permit without con
sulting local niithorltles,
This Immediately occasioned u pro
test fiom tho members of tho Hoard, on
ai count of tho granting of tho prlvllega
of i tinning u steam railroad along a
public street In this city without con
sulting thu local authorities or thu pub
lic In any inaniur. l.jiuan stated that
It might Im only the opening widgouud
that (he lallioad lompaiiy might fol
low along other public stieets.
Tho mads coumillteo deeply resents
Campbell's act mid liuorporatcd Its
feelings In the following report;
"Vnur comiiilttco to which was re -
terreil communication No. IM from' nolulu and was until recently the
Marstou Campbell, superintendent ofcubliler and who numbers his friends
public works', submitting bluepilntjln thn Islands by thu hiiudieds. died
'showing ilght-of-wny granted tho Illlo u few days ngo at Salem, Ore, accord
ltallroail Company to lay it track fiom lug to news received hero. Ills father
the northern bouiulary of their station 'nnd other rein then live In bis former
at the foot of Wiilaniienui! street to home, Santa Cruz, Cal.
and up Wnlluku street to llriilgostieet,'j 1'nin bad been In tho employ of the
has hail careful consideration, and begs Wells, 1'aigo company slnon ho left
lcuwi to report that wo consider thu school. Ho bad plueiipplo lull rests In
granting by the I'ubllc Woiks Depart- Hawaii, hut his health had been bad
uient of this proposed right-of-way not' nnd ho went to Moilford, (He., and
to bo In accordance with Act 39, Chap- bought a pear and apple orchard, mak
ter 4, Section !, l'art 3, Session Jmwh lug bis home theie until last May, He
'of 11)05, which Is unicnded by Act :0,,uiis forty-twu cars of ugu.
20 PAGES. HONOLULU,
cllfc nml other schedules assorted In
he obnoxious liy Ihoso dlssnttsllcd
with present duties.
Tho announcement of I lie llemso
IcmlorH caused koiiio roiniimtlon ninonR
Dcmocriillc nml I'rogicsslve senators.
They bi'gnn seeking si working ulll
miciyfeir tho purpose of accomplish
ing general tariff reunion. ll'iilcH'4
tho session Ik intlortally extended no
cnmilctcit legislation In that dlrer
tlon Is oxpcrtcil. So many conflict
ing opinions must In brought Into
alignment that the formation of a
rnrccssful coalition seems unlikely
the Kill I at I u puollc school contest for
street would bo tiarroued to almost n
lanu. This street Is Intended for onn
of Illlo's prlncliMl thoroughfares In con
nection with thn I'ederal building situ.
(Continued on Paaa 4.) !
DEAD IN OREGON
Frank l'nni, who opened tho Wells,
Kargo I'xpiess Company's olllco In Ho
FRANK ENOS IS
HasK Systematic And Unimpeded
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1911.
(Associated Priss Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Aun. 5 Col,
Theodore Roosevelt was a witness to.'
day before the special Congressional j
.nmmlM,. Ittw0ttnatinn IKm uunpLlnna
" " " w " ..-. .....j,
of the allagad sugar trust. He testified
that ha had consented to the merger of
the Tennessee Coal &. Iron Company
and the United States Steel Corpora
tion In order to relieve the panic. He
declared that his action was for the
good of tho public and was justified by
( Assiieliiltt tnHit I'.iIiIp.)
CANANEA, Men., Aug. 5. Colonel
William C. Qreene, the copper magnate,
Cdonel (jreene u.is oim of the lead
lug llgiires iiiiioiir ilm mining llnanclers
of tlin world, mid linil iirnnulxeil mid
I directed many rfrenl "(ruUoitM In tho
West and Mi xlio
He visited llminhilii n few wceksago
In search of health and departed ap
pal cully linn Ii Iiiii'IIImI Ills dcith
was iinoxpccUd hy those who knew
TAFT TO START HIS
WESTERN TRIP SEPT.
(Afww'latM Pmph 'MIjIi'.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Auq. 4.
n.i.i.Hi t(i ....ii uIh i.: Manih'a
I i ikuniiiiu i nn vii uvjiii iiiwnin
tour 01 too west on oeptemuer 10.
ON IMPORTANT BILLS
f AlMirlHpil I'lTSii 'lbll.l
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 5-Sen-ator
La Fottctto and Representative
Underwootl, chairman of tho Home
ways nnd means committee, are in con.
feience today attempting to agree upon
the. wool tariff and farmers' free list
TOGO GUESTOF NATION
l AxHiwI.ituI Press r".i!)c.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 5 Vice-
Admiral Togo, the Japanese naval hero,
Is the nuctt of the nation today. His
visit is the signal for a round of en
GETS A MONTH
l-Vllsn I.iiilink. who pleaded guilty
In Ilm millim y.lllllCl'lllllZ ClllirCCS cltCtl
against lilin b the Federal grand JatV,
rami! up for niitenco this morning be-
roro Judge Charles !'. Clenions, A
sentence of one mouth's Imprisonment
and i-ustH was ijissimI. Tho light sen
tence was hi lew of the fact that ho
has been III prison for some time al
ready. Fin me rly I.ialnek wus cook on
Tho lust of tho secret Indictments
niado hy the grand Jury this week wus
placed on tln "pen llio this morning,
iv lien Arthur Horner was arr.ilgiiiMninl
chargi'd with having committed a-stat-utoiy
cilme lie was without counsel
and his plea was leserved until Mon
day next ljiler ho was ullowed to
depart under a bond of J500.
I W. K. Sedgewood and Miss Sluilleck
nf Now York wero drowned wlillo
llshliiR In lllg Upper Inko, In tho
James I'ettlt, tieasuror of tho I'ea
vey Grain Company, was iliowneil In
Lake Michigan near his WmikCKiin,
HI., summer lioinu.
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mifcrfflW a 1
WcSiv Wpv I iUl
WTr ALL &S AUt nK&l C&KSrtf
Amd we ,m y, t c
mfarvsL nw i
161" tiest'jFF 1 sws
FEDERAL GRAND JURY WILL
BRING IN TWELVE INDICTMENTS
MONDAY-FOUR FOR PERJURY
reeling that lome of tho witnesses
who have been called before the Fed
eral grand Jury from time to time huvo
not taken sutllclent notice of their oath,
ii liL.lll order to teacli a lesson general
ly, four Indictments for perjury have
been miiile uml will ho presented on
Monday when thu report la put in, was
tho vvcll-nulhciitli'utcd rumor this
Altogether the-ro will bo twelve In
dictments handed In, It Is said, and
among the in will bo u number of opium
cases. These will clear up tho lnosu, operations' and several of tho Chlneso
i nils In comieetloii with the Illlo mat-(have bad to glvu It up. Tho Jury took
ter on the steamer Wllhelinlnu. Tho up tho mutter of perjury this tlmo as
others me of a general character. lit believes that some of thn witnesses
Following on ttio presentation of the uro not taking us much notice 'of their
report on .Monday, the grand Jury wilt oath as they should Wu hopn to be
In nil probability be adjourned fur two ablo to have a rest now for a few
or three weeks, Its Investigations Into weeks,"
INSURANCE COMPANY ORQANIZE8
Organization of the Homo Insuimicn
Company of Hawaii Is being effected
at a meeting held this afternoon at
tho Meic limits' Association rooms, be
ginning Ht 2 o'clock Zeim K'ii.Mji'Ih
has aiiuniuiceil a very strong list of
stockholders Tor thu new tiro Insurance
company, and It Is expected thai mo
lmp.iny will get down to business very
(lovcriior I'rear has received a peti
tion from llfly-two people at Illlo ask
ing that about 2000 acies Just mi thu
edge of the town and p.ut of the prop
erly of tio Wn In ken Mill, but not eano
laud, bo niado available for house lots
of nhniit from thicc-iuarterH to ono
They state that there Is a gnnl dlf
llcully hi securing n lot for' building
purposes at tho present thne mid that
this land would relievo thu strain
To iinest n cold
ulr In your loom.
liberate thu foul
the opium cases, according to n state
ment made by United States District
Attorney Itreckous this morning, have
inoa nt tho breaking up of one of 'tho
rings that has been operating, but not
tho general smash-up of tho whole out-'
lit "That Is aliuost an lmposslblllty,"
he said, "as there aro three or four I
rings working mid wo can not get at
them nil Thu only thing wo can do.
Is to keep on plugging iivvay at them
uml Increase the cost of opium.
rnmi wimi i nave ue,iro, wo iiavo.
already done this through our recent
RAISES DIG 8UGAR BEET.
(Special flu I let I ii Correspiiiiili'iiee )
WAII.UKIJ. Aug. I. Mr. P. (I. Cor.
ren, r Kula farmer, lias Hiicreoded
iiiIkIiik n sugar beet weighing R lbs
Tho moiistrr Is on exhibition In ono
of llio windows, of tho I'liincr Htore.l
Wnlluku, and Is opening tho eyes of
rilthinin .... (.. ,1... ....... .11.111 r ....
j'""" " " " i"iiiiii "i i"-
riniraging "ml ImliiKtry In Unit part
I "r "'" en11""'!'-
Tho Unbent lmi Ilstuto. l.til has!
. J S rrV
bouligt I.IOH sipiaro feet of land from ebemlcal engine luniiudicturt'rs repre.
tliei James W Austin eslato nt n price) senleel In this city ut the present time,
of ono dollar p.or su,uuii foot Tlioj It Is the present Intention that teiid
block Is an Inside ono and Is at tho era lie Invited fur furnishing the mu
hai:k of I,ovo'a Inkery, It, In bonnilnd nlclpallty" with nt Irast two chemical
by Nuiiaiiii, I'aitalil, Hmllli mid Hotel engine's, not to okcced 16000 for rucli
streets. Tho propnrty it subject to mncblue.
u lease to James F. .Morgan for the' i
term of ten jenrs starting on July l
Tho text of tho Aliglo-Aiuerlciiii ur-
bltrutlon lias been sent to tho public;
Merchants who aro not in business
for their health find that live aifverlif
inp is meroly another term for the new
tcienee of efficiency applied to the tell
inn end of n businots.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
IN DANGER OF
Territory Fails to Provide For
Prompt Purchase Out of
ESTATE AFFAIRS MUST
BE CLOSED SPEEDILY
Once Administered, Rights
Cannot Be Taken Over By
Government Legal Com
Failure on the inrt of the Territory
to elTeet a speedy settlement with tho
estate of llio late Cbarleu W Ilooth
may result In tho Territory losing tho
I'aun.i water rights.
cine hundred thousand dollars was
nppro'prlated liy the last legislature for
tho piircluis" of these rights, nn Import
ant part of tho great water system tti.it
Is planned for the future Honolulu tin
der the agreement between the Legis
lature, nml thn Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, ttio government was to tako
speedy ne,tion III .Urn mutter. In order
that Ilm ,nffulrjinCiltV'tiwt'li ettalo.
might tie admlnlstereel and cloteii up
Oovernor I'rear'H division of tho '
money ieallr.ed from the recent bond
sale provides nothing for the purchase
of these rights, t'nder tho division that
has hen determined upon, the $100,000
for the ourthase of llio water rlghU
will not be available now It Is to be
secured from tho next enle of be n Is,
which means u postponement of no
tion for a eur or longer.
Here Is whero legal technicalities'
step In and endanger the water rights.
The estate, under a court order, must
bo administered within it year, accord
ing to n statement yesterday from iv
Hawaiian Trmt Company man famil
iar with the status of the case When
onco the cstatn ufTiiIrs are closed up,
the estate la entailed, and nothing more
can be done until the death of Mrs.
Ilooth, when the estate passes on to
the children Should thn children bo
minors at Mrs llootb's death, nothing
.' " l-,,,lr' "',pr -'"1',l H n"1'1'" "'0
(Continued on Page 7)
SEEK BIDS FOR
l'lre Chief Thurston lias been mak
ing a. careful Investigation of the re
spective merits of the several makes of
miitor-ilrlven lire apparatus represent
ed In this city through local .leitomo
bile llrms mid has hopes that Honolulu
will soon be brought Into linn, among
the progressive cities on the mainland
In tho acquirement of nt least two power-driven
Chief Thurston will lay the resylt of
his research before the members of thn
committee on lire department lln ex
pects to present bis data to that body
In Hun! for somo action being taken at
ln,i regular meeting of tho city mid coun
iy supervisors on next Tuesday oven-
Tbodlsaslroiis flro on Thuwlay night
In which tho largo girls' dormitory at
... .. .....
iiaiiii college wus completely uestroy-
.-d tins eniphasl
a lietter and aw
seil the greut need
Ifter iiiiilpmcnt for Ho
nolulu Ilm department
Tlieio aro at e,u.t four motor-driven
C. Cortez, llio mnii accused of tha
Wnlpihti nuirelvr riiino up for arraign
ment this morning before Judgu II, K.
Cooper nnd Ills plea wus coiitlmid
until August II
was ninxilntcil as attorney In ttio caso.
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