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From Son Francliool .
Manchuria, Wllhclmhm.. August 8
For 8n Franelscol
Zen In lid hi August 18
Mamma August 15
Merchants who aro not in business
for their health find that liva advertis
ing. Is merely another term for tho new
ecienco of efficiency applied to the sell
ing end of a business.
Has Systematic And Unimpeded Distribution
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4998.
12 PVGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY 0Fv HAWAII, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 191112 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
IMMIGRATION THREATENED BY PENDING LAW
2 SCHOOLS WILL
BE BUILT IN
Loan Fund Commission to
Meet This Week and Take
Up Many Things.
OuIiu'h belt mail or loan fund com
mission will hold H meeting this week
tn ilccleln upon iiIiiiis fur expending tho
J'jon.ooii ulloltod tn tho city mill county
of Iliuiiiliihi out of tho J 1, 50'l,00 of
1'iiinl money, us divided by tho Govern-
or liiat week. Tho most Important con-
ililrrutlou to conn: before the bonril lit
thM meeting will bo tho plans for
'I'lio commission luis nlri-ndy stsrti'd
out on IIm work of liulhlliiK belt roads
by retaining City Knglneer Here nsi'on
wilting engineer, .mil bliln for the llrst
hi It-mud work will shortly bo called
for. Tho incctlnB thin work will prob
iibly determine whether tho work shall
In Irt III large or small contracts. Tho
probabilities mo Hint hiricp ronlriictH
will bo settled upon, local contractors
being intirli hi favor of this mtlicr tli.m
of having to hid separately on eiuli
plT of mail work done.
Secretary T, II. Potrlo of tho com
mission xald lid morning that tbu
II ii.lino that the county lids Inuneill
ntely nut of .the huml money iillouhl Is-
iiilllclcut for present needs, and that by
the lime this b spent tho rent of tho
J2(M,ii00 appropriated by tho I.cglstn
(nee will ho available. Thin, ho think
should Insure tho county ngnlnst any
halt In the work unco It Ih started.
(Continued on Page 8)
PALM ICE CREAM
Al Junyclaus Takes Issue With
Food Analyst On
Al. Jonschius, proprietor of tho Palm
Cafe, la literally hot hi tho collar over
the report In this paper Saturday cred
iting his Ice cicnm with only 3.G per
cent, butter fat. Tho report was given
Il i IIkuics furiilslK'il by I-'ood Com
missioner Kelwtiril It. nianehard.
"Hither lllaiichiud doesn't understand
his business, or bo has y,ot our saniplo
mixed with sumo other," said Juiik
rl.uiM, spuikliiB of tho matter this
uieiiiiliiK. "A public olllcer In Willi
e hard's position ouEht to bo very care
ful about sendliiK nut such n report,
ispeclnllv as It Is absolutely false. 1
eb'ly Hlancliard to colli" Into our place
at any time In company with it repu
table chemist and I nm wlllliiB to post
tiniio forfeit If they llnd my Ico cream
"No, sir," ceintliiiie'il JiuiKclaus,
"llbiiirharil Iiiih iiuiiIo a big mistake1.
and such mistaken mn likely to do u
business man harm. Why, even before
this new statiilnrel went Into effect,
ulii'tl Ihero was no reiiulriMiient as to
(be ipiallly eif Ico cream, except each
Individual makiT's own Idea iih to what
lie hheiulel servei Ills custeimiTS, Ulan
ib.-ild camo In nnel examined our Ico
cream nnd reported It 1-1.1 per cent
It'll pre'peistii'oiis to think that wo
would serve 13,1 Jier cent, when I hern
was no biwjiinil drop down to ll.fi per
e'ont, us soon iih. Hut H per cent, stand
i.id went Into plfci-t, '
"timlci-Kliinil that $1010 forfeit Is
Kood any I lino they want to coino
.Ion Thomas, tho mainland wrestler
v. lio hits boon meeting nil comers nt
Ihn Kinplrii llicator, left fur tho Const
on tho MoiiROlla today. Thomas was
tllKRtiHteel with the howls at him horn,
and lifter waiting for tho promutors
of the match In which he agreed to
thinw bolli Kroehllcher unci Roberts
In put up their coin, ho gut tired of
ileluy and left.
BACKED BY $ 1 000
Would Bar Out
The passage of tho naturalization bill
by Congress will seriously nlTict tho
recruiting of litlue-crx for Hawaiian
plantations. F.spoclally will tho Terri
tory be checked III ItH securing of For
ttiiiiioso, mid whll.i the law would not
entirely stop the labor recruiting car
ried on by, tho Hoard of Imuilsrntloti,
It would limit Itrscry much.
This Is the opinion of., members of
tho board familiar with the text of tho
proposed law. AltboiiKh details of tho
bill nro not given In the cable news
from Washington, advance Information
received by the Hoard of Immigration
hero Is that tho "lllerncy test" Is tn bo
Imposed upon nil Immigrants over
lonrteeii ears of ,igc. Ill other words,
Immigrants above this iiko must bo
able to read and write.
The naturalization law, If It goes
thrmiHli us proposed, will exclude all
Orientals us well us all Illiterate! Cau
casians. Orientals will lie excluded
under the clause that bars nil Inill
glblo tu beiome citizens.
Dr. Victor H. Clark, Territorial com
missioner of Immigration, Is now gct
thiB figures on tho percentage of II-
literates nineing tho recent arrivals by
the Immigrant ship Orterlc. These tig-
ores nro not complete. Ho said this
morning that a literacy test would nf-
fret the Pnrtiigucso mora than tho
Dr. Clark's Information Is that tho
naturalization law Is probably ngrcoil
upon by both Democratic and Itepubll-
Flunk I. Winter (if tlio Inter-lslaml
Stonm Nnvlcntlnn Company Is lylnR
Bcrhiusly 111 at IiIh hump ,
When nt work Friday ho coiupliilli-,""1
eel eif not foclini? very well and when
lio did mil show up Hnlitnliiy. It was
tlioiiRht ho had leeched a hIIkIiI at
tack of Illness, that would soon pasa
Ills condition has turned nut epilln
serious though and will rauso IiIh bu
Ins rcniovoil In Iho .lnhnsim Siinnto
rliim snmcllmu thin afternoon,
BOARD OF FORESTRY
MAKES j0ME CHANGES
llccoiumenil.itloii for the reorganiza
tion of Hie Hoard of AKrlcultiiiu and
Forestry, so far 11s the keephiK of no
iiiiints 01 ri'cipu iiml expenditures Is
lemccrned, was mloptcil at 11 tiicetliiK
held this afternoon III thu ofllcu of J.
M. Dowsclt 011 Merchant street.
It was pointed out ilurhiK tho elctlb-
crutlon of business matters lirmiKlit to
(bo attention of tho board, that In tho
past tho system of keepliu; accoillith
was so looso and defective that II wits
almost Impossible to llnd out bow tho
board stood llniuclally. And lu order
that each member shall bo uhlu to llnd
out bow tho llnancjal condition of thu
board stands lu tho futuio, It was reo-1
omnicnihsl that a betle-r system of
bookltiK slioiild bo enforced.
Another ii'comuicndntlou which was
adopted after discussion was to tax
tweniy-live ccuis leir e-aiai inane m
uialnlni,' 111 tho coiral after the iunrun
tlno perils). This sim'Kostlon was iniulii
by Paul Isenbcn?, chnlruiaii of the! ani
mal committee, who understands th
condition of tbu corral thiireumhly. Tho
board decided to elei so lu order that
It would bu abln to meet necessary ex
penses for the upkeep of the corral. It
was discovered elurlni; tho discussion
Hint the revenue so derived from such
rim party leaders on the special com
mission of which hVnilor Dillingham
Is chairman, and that If such Is tho
caso th? law Is likely to pass without
serious opposition. He does not be
lieve that tho law will pass both bouses
at tho present session, and oven If It
should does not think It will become
opernllvo before tho llrst of tho year.
"Ill any case, 1 do not think It will
stop our work entirely," he hiiM this
morning. "It would limit the work mid
make It harder for us to secure ship
loads of Immigrants, but would not bar
them out should they bo able to pass
tho literacy test.
"Our experience with the Orterlc
shows that It pays to brim; married
people rather than single Immigrants.
Tho single men (online by tho Orterlc
aro drifting uway to tho Coast (lllf(;
rapidly, while none of the families aro
Kid m;. Tho uatiio Is true of tho Rus
sians." Of Interest in connection wltli the
Imposition liMho proposed literacy test
Is tho last report of tho cominlssloner-
gcncnil of Immigration. This shows
that under tho Dillingham hill the
people principally infected would ho the
Italians nnd .Slovaks. 'It Is estimated
that It would cut tho Immkrntlnii of
Italians by n third and of Slavonian!1, by
the same amount.
Tho Portuguese In Hie agricultural
districts lire largely Illiterate, nnd It b
from tliesn districts that tho best plan
tutlon laborers conie. '
source would becomo Kovernuient real
ization. This puzzled the members.
I'orchler It S. Ilosuier, superintend
ent of feirestry, state-d this iiflernoon
that bo would leave for Ilamakua, llrt-
I wnll, I onion ow to Inspect the awa cnn-
dltlen on the Island. He also lc.nl a
letter, which lin bad prepared, address.
'",l '" Orncriil Jlnroiub to Isnno orelers
"' ',1" fobllrrs to bo mure direful In
future with refcremo to siuoklni; whllo
'" llu' wimilw.
BRYAN STJKS DEMOCRATS; HARMON'S
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(M Lit Hlille.tlii Cnriiwsindeiif.n.i
WAHIH.NflTO.N. I. I'., July 21. Tlio
I)e,mocrats In CoiiKress havo becti.enused ndilltlonnl comment from Ren-
niaklmr vlob-nt and even profane re-'ators and Iteiiresentatlves. It nlso nf
marks durliiB the past few days. All' forded much delliiht nnd enjoyment to
of them huvo hven unlit I'or iulllca-itlio ncpubllcans, who nro 'Invariably
(Assocbiltsl Prl-ns Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Auij. 7 Vie
tor Qergor, tho Socialist Congressman,
today made a speech advocating old
(Pliecial ttu I let In C.il.l.'
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Aug. 7. Admiral
Togo inspected the naval academy here
(Associated Press I'.ible.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 7. Sen
ator Miles Poindexter of Washington
today spoke In the Senate defending
the referendum and recall provisions
In the constitution of Arizona. Senator
Borah of Idaho oppostd it.
HAYTI'S RIVALS NOW
IN CAPITOL TOGETHER
PORT AU PRINCE, Aug. 7. Gen
eral Firmin, rival of Cinclnnatus Le-
contente for president of the new re
public, arrived today. He was permit'
ted to land by Lecontente and a pro.
visional cabinet was r'mod.
HALIFAX, N. S., Aug. 7. Tho Brit
ish steamer Cornwall, which went
ashoro on Sablo Island, has boen float
ed with littlo damago.
HAS GOUT AND COLD
ROME, Itnly, Aug. 7. Tho pop has
had a relapie. Gout coupled with
sovcro cold Ihc rause.
DES MOINES QUIEt AGAIN
DCS MOINCS, la., Aug. 7. The ears
aro running again and the city Is quiet
after the disturbances of the strcot-car
SAN KIIAM ISi'O, Cnl.. Auk S
Heels, hs an.ih ls, 1.1' RI-1d.; parity,
I.filc. l-revlous iiimtullon. 13s. lll-M
Ncbraskan Overlooks Ohio
Governor In List of
Hon, The piiuocatlun for those oh
seivallous was a list of ipiestlous prei-
ieiiiiiili-el by William J. Hrynn to nil
those who inliiht W sceklnB tho
Democratic Presidential nouilnatlou1
next i'iir II siiiiio eiuii coinciiienco
or rerkless deslmi Hiero wore tbltteen
of llii-se. epie'stlons They worn Intend
ret to brine forth tho candlilate's vluws
on all problems of Kineral interest
Whim this Iht appeMree) ))emocratli!
Seiuitors and Itepicseiitatlves took do
llubt lu oiitilohiK e'lich other III tho
vehomeiii'o er their ihirit and tho vlo-lene-o
or their private utteranri-s, Sen-)
utor lliiltey went hi.yond his nssoclates
nnd rliiirni-lerleti'il tho ipierleH as "Im
pudent" Ilo also mr.do public ri'spnnso
to them, not as a candidate, but do.
clarlni; .Mr lliy.in had no nuthnrly to
becomo censor of opinions nnd warn
hue him to strictly mind hW own nf
fairs, (iovernor Marshall of Indiana Inter
lidded to the confusion ninniig tho
Democrats by replyltiK III detail to iho
thirteen iiimstluus iiropounded by Mr.
Ilryan In dnhiR so bo becaino tho first
or t nit party to opemy ueciaro 111111-
Seir to lio all aspirillli lor 11111 i.eiuo-
cratlc Presidential noniiniiiioii. inis
Balfour Moves To
(Associate t Piesn Calile.)
LONDON, Cng., Aug. 7. Renewing
his violent protest to the course of tho
government in connection with tne
Lords' vo bill, Arthur J. Balfour,
leader of tho Opposition, today moved
a vote of censure ,n the House of Com
mons against the announced program
to create enough lords to forco the
paseago of tho bill.
Premier Asquith made a SDcech de
fending tho course oi the government.
Italfour nnd Asepilth we're the prln
rlpill In n seen" le the House of Com
mons u few eluys iiko, when Aseiulth
was howled dowi. Italfour lit Hint
lime denounced II. e phi 1 1 for creating
iidilltlonal peers ami passim; the hill
When Iho Iftiitnl States District
Ceuirl opened 1 IiIh inoriiliirs Thomas
Downey win hi ought up for pVa nu
a charge of Importing opium. In view
of tho weight of cWilenoo Hint was
against him ho bowed In Iho Inevi
table and lob) Iho court Hint ho was
Judge chin Ion I". (.'lemons' handed
mil a neiitciico of forly-llvo days nnd
ciibIs of court no Ih.it It Is lint likely
t lint ho will inn any mora dnpa fnr
seimn time to come.
Ailliur Horner, against whom Iho
gland Jury held up n statutory crlmo'firaiits havo reached this port, ac
pleaded not gullly nnd his c.nso In'
goim on or until tho October term
rriiim iniimpiiiin is. loosing liner inu(.irn ,,... .,,,.llnt. i.nvlnir been elrawn
ratio for lilm.
pleased when tho Democrats cngiigo In
11 family iiiarrcl.
Speaker Clark nnd Senators Culber
son 11 ml New lands, who wcrei men
tioned by Mr. Ilryan as being ellglblo
for thn party nomination, remained
silent nod did not answer t lio eiues-
,. , .
Tluwo friends who urn supporting
flovcrnnr Jn.lson Harmon of Ohio as it
deslrabb! I'lindldato heenmo much en-
riiL-ed because Mr. Ilrvan omitted, tho
name of Mr.' Harmon from tho list of
eligible lie was tho only Democrat
of national prominence who wns not
suggested as cither available for tho
heud or tall of tho ticket In 111)2.
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wmmmmmmmmmmmmt 1 m m mmmtmimmmMkimmm m
l'reini Bf;ititlci ami Hnvcstlgutlmi
upon Rts'il-reiail cconimlrH tho most
ciiiniium moiled 111 dcmoiistiiitliir; the
I upon RCMul-rmi, crninmlrK tlio inont
cuasl In the cniiiuinnlty of bid riailconlrje.tors hero said loihey that while.
comlllloii'H 1.1 Id rstllniito Ihc hiivIiirI Patterson's bids Iiavo caused much
per liuitip duo tn good roads. Iriuiinient. he has no lelni that the Wal-
Saving In Homes.
IMMIURANT STATION TO PAY
FOR ITSELF TIME THREE
SHIPLOADS REACH HONOLULU
The Territory's proposed Immigrant I Tho platiB elrawn by Architect Kerr
receiving station will pay fur llr.elf'wl11 ccoiioiiiIcmI In other respectB.
., , , , , , ifeir they provide olhces for tho Tor-
by tho tltno Ihreo nhlpments of Imml- !.,,,, ,J().ri, ()f Inim,Brat011 ,, for
orUIK , , lf.mctl (lt ,,p liril t
mmKril,u.n. I'ltum and HpeclllcatlotiB
up in splendid shape by Architect II.
I,. Kerr, and Dr. Victor S. Clark, com
missioner of Immigration, estimates
Hint tho ceist will I nil around tell or
twelve thousand elollarH. Bids nro tu
tin opened nt 110011 oil August IS.
Temporary quarters that hao In be
put up at the Channel wharf every
time a shipload eif InborerM comes
hero ft 0111 Kurope, nnd special ex
penses of handling them thorn, cost
In tho neighborhood of ? too, and all
of tho hunks, ns well as Iho iiccoui
liuiilallons In Iho way of lavaloiles
mid wasli-lioiiRos, are useless, nfter
watds, an tticy must hi-lorn down to
allow the wharf tn bo used for olher
purposes between trips.
U.S. GRAND JURY
As was foreea-t In the II 11 1 1 . t 1 11
on S.itiiielay, the IVdeial grand Jury
brought In Its indictments this
lnif. There we're e'e-ven In all. nnd they
11 in all.
.were placed oil Hi ' sec
"-rests could be made,
'J'"" "' "" i"r"n wcv cxciifed for
the rest of tho til in.. Hnn-o I'.ertwrlRht
-Ir.. nltlioimli ! had not bi'on sworn
In. was one of these, nnd Charles O.
llartlott was the other,
Three or the petty Jurors who live on
the other Islands were also oxcused
They were Ii. S. Thonipsim, Churlcs
Honolulu lontrncleirs who returned
from Maul, whe-rt- bids were opened
K.iturilav on belt roael ulid brlelKO work,
I'limi' back with IiiiIIkimiiI stories that
hinted nt ontetlilliK ipieer In the haiid
HllK of the bids.
It I'littcrsou of Wallukil was tho
oesl bidder III each case. Patterson
had not be-cn IlKured unywlicro In Hue
riinniiiK and bis victory wuh a blif sur
prise to the local men. Their own bleU
were cut under, ami Patterson's bids
werr Just under tho engineer"!! esti
mate thoiiKli us tho estimates we-ro
public this may mean much or noth
I11B. IIubIi Howell, ciiKlneer of the ceun-
mlsslvii, was lu Honolulu today, but
,roulel not be reached by tho Hullo
'tin It Is known, however, that he
scouted any bleu that Patterson could
hnvo been luvorisl.
Tho Honolulu contractors hnvo no
eleflnlto charHi'S to ink for puhllm
Hon, tu tho absence of united protest.
The talk, however, Is widespread, ami
110WM from Maul Is that sumo of It has
besif IiiiIiiIki1 in up there.!, nun of tle
lukti man was fiuore'd
tho Territorial marketing superin
tendent, wlin In shortly to bo named
by (ioH'rnor Frear. The Hoard of Im
migration will move Its present of
llces at Alakea and Merchant strentu
to the old llshmnrkct when tho latter
Is made mor Into tho receiving sta
tion Thero will bo four hunk rooms In
the station, so that tho Imnilcrn'nts
may Iht separated by natlunalltls and
by single 11ml married personn. A
largo dining room Is provided, which
may ho uicd iih a bunk room lit
emergencies. The station will bo
practically lire-proof, nnel surrounded
by it len-foot wlro fence. Practically
the (inly uncertain Hem of expense
Involved In tho building Is. thn roof
repairing. Thn present innf will ho
kept, but it may need anmo Blight re-
ARE NOW ON SECRET FILE
11I1I nnd Alfred Abreu.
Marshal llcnelry got Ids forcea mov-
lug with his usual smartness thu morn
ing, and Just before the II 11 1 let In
went to press reported that ho lind
Kiithcreel In the following men In con
nection with the grand Jury Indict
ments which were handed out to hint
about 10 o'clock this morning;
Chung Mow Nam, who Is charged
with perjury and nlso with smuggling
Fred Low. charted with conspiracy
and also perjury.
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