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llyndcs Augutt 9
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5000.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9,-MO PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VETO FOR ARIZONA-NEW
HILQ BRANCH III
(Special II u I Ir tin Wireless.)
MILO, Aug. 9. It l reported here
that the Honolulu Iron Works has
bought the old pineapple cannery and
will establish a Hllo branch of the
Manager C. Hedemann of the Iron
works said this afternoon that nego.
tlatlom looking to action as fore,
shadowed above are being carried on,
but that nothing definite Is yet ready
for announcement. The cannery and
site have been offered, but the Ho.
nolulu Iron Works still has the matter
under consideration. As to what kind
of a branch will he opened, Mr. Hede
mann was not ready to state.
XI 1MB FOR
llnwnll should huvo 11 permanent
building for Its cxliil.lt nt tho Pnnunui
I'aclllc Exposition, nlid-tli.it when tho
exposition ends a permanent Hawaii
exhibit might bo kept In tho (loldon
Onto city nre suggestions that wero
iiuido to It. W. Shingle; city and coun
ty treasurer, during his recent visit
In Han Frnnclsco. Mr. Slilnglo re
turned yesterday with a number of
suggestions that wero made to hi in
and which will bo .laid beforo Chair
man II. V. Wood of tho Territorial
Commission to tho big fair.
"There was 11 sigh of relief from
tho peoplo whon tho directors of tho
exposition finally agreed upon tho
site," said Mr. Slilnglo this morning.
"The decision was celebrated on tho
streets and in tho cafes, mid Is ro
g.tided as a good compromise.
"Although tho decision was a tum
pi online. San Frnnclsco peoplo will
get together with that wonderful Snn
Francisco spirit of stlck-to-lt-lvoness
nml achievement und will make tho
fair 11 big success. Tho Harbor Vlow
part of tho slto Is designed to afford
access and transportation to tho peo
plo who will como from around the
"Tho fair people nro looking to Ha
waii for a largu nnd thoroughly good
exhibit. It was suggested by n num
ber of them that tho Hawaii building
should bo n permanent affair, and that
after tho exposition It should remain
to ndicrtlso the Territory."
While, nothing lias been settled us
to the slto the Hawaii building will
occupy, Mr. Hhlnglu thinks it will
probably bo placed in Lincoln Park.
Suggestions havu been iiuidu that tho
building bo constructed of Island ma
terials .and that It should bo dis
Chairman Wood experts to loavo
for San Francisco shortly and will
lutvs an opportunity to go into tho
matter fully while on tho coast.
Mr. Shlnglu said today that tho In
fluential Han Franclsrnns hope to sec
Mayor McCarthy out und (icorgu
Dolph In tho mayor's chair, feeling
that this means millions more for tho
rlty in exposition In work and for
03 ARE DROWNED
GIBRALTAR, Spain, Aug. 9. The
Trench steamer Emir, crashing Into
collision with the British steamer Sll-
verton, was so badly damaged In tha
straits near here that she foundered
quickly. Ninety-throe lives were lost,
According to the latest estimate, while
enly twonty-seven were saved. The oil-
verton, although seriously damaged In
the collision, did not founder.
HAN FltANCIsro, Aug. !. Heels:
88 anal) sis, Us. td.i parity, 5 05c. I'rc
lous tiuotutiou, lis. 1 l-Id.
Food Commissioner Gets Out
Carrying out Ills threats of Jill for,
the Ico-crcnm dealers whoso product
Ik below standard, as determined by
his tests, Food Commissioner K. II.
illanclinrd shortly bctoru noon today
snore out .1 w.irrutit for tho arrest ol
Oeorgu C. Bchwclzcr. proprietor of thai
llaltlmoru Dairy Cafe. The charge In
Milling Icc-crcim that does not cjiuo
up to Ihu ri'(iilrcd standard In lmttcr
Tho warrant was served Fliortly af
ter ono o'clock. Mr. Schwelzcr was
S' UIIU II VIUlni ' IJtlll' VI6WI " II" ;
rleased upon n cash ball of 2.. and
lis case was slated to com cup to-I
The summary iirr.rcd.iire taken by
(lie food commissioner lius aroused a
niimticr of Ice-cream dealers, and a
luotoKt Is being made Hint Ills tests
aio not fair or conclusive. Whether
this Is going to tnko the form of an1
organized light In tho curls or not
Is not 'known, but Intimations aro that
something of tho sort is golng-lo hap-
"I thought," said Tllanciinrd tills
niornlmr. "that the warnlnc nubllshed
In tho R 11 1 1 a 1 1 n on Saturday art-
ernooii would linvo been enough and
that I would not havo to prosecute,
TALK ABOUT MAUI
NOT MATERIALIZE IN ACTION;
HOWELL LAUGHS AT RUMORS
App.ireiitl) the talk of favoritism In
Hie lililillng for Maul belt road and
bridge contracts, which riiino from sev
eral Honolulu contractors nfter their
leturii from Maul last Saturday, Is cu
ing to end without any charge being
tiled or open protests made. While
there Is a lot of rumor under tlio sur
face, none of the contractors will make
a st'iteinent for publication.
Hugh Howell, engineer of the Mniil
lonn fund commission, and county en
gineer us well. Is Mill In Honolulu. Ho
Is hero for treatment for his oyfs.
Whllo declining to nuikn liny stateiinnt
upon the talk that he li.ul favored V.
I! I'nttcri-nn. lb" Wiilliiku bidder who
PLANS NEW DITCH
Subject to tho giantlng of a leavj
ol ISO acies at Kula, I.ahilua, Maul,
tho Pioneer Mill Conipnuy Is plan- on Monday last weiu rclnrne.l today,
nlug to put lis ditch up another Mol Chillies Kiilnii was arrested for Im
rect of elovntlon. Tho cost of d..lngl"'r1,'n "l,ll,m- .,-,. 1
hi Is given at $il.H0.
Tho prico offcicd for tho 150 acren
Is $5 an ucro. A lenso of 1000 acies
from tho Itlshop Kstato and whldi ad
joins Iho 1B0 acres is now In exist
euro and Iho mill only pays $IU5 u
year for tho wludo ncrcago.
Tlio inallor was brought up at tlio
land I111a.nl meotlng this aftonioon.
A number or Itepuhllciin sonnlors
will light tho icappoitloniucnt hill ho
cuuso 'of tho opportunities It offers
Tiimmiiiiy for a teappoillonuicnt In
Sirs. 1'e.nl Hopkins, tho Now Ha
ven woman who killed hor husband, Is
a nervous wreck, She Is HUffeiing
from, tin advanced stage of tubeicu-louls,
Homo of llio pl.icoH took notice and
Immediately fixed matters up but they
did not do so at tho llaltltnore Cafe
us Hie analysis I have Just completed
this morning clearly slums. I nUit't
going down hi seo in mo iirrcxi in
Schwelrcr. now and lie will only ho
of ma'nv imlcfH they comply with
regulations. I have made ecr
iillownncu Hint I ran lull I Intend to
have tho Icc-ncam'sold In this Terrl-
turv nn to the standard." ,
Tl... Linmii. tulin,, l.v ..nn of Ill.in-
"W HIMriv ....... i mwj r , -. .......
chard's moil and tho result of which
analysis was published In the ll.il I-
Ictlu on Saturday last snowed lint
the' Ico-ercani from tha Hultlmnre
Cafe .contained only throe per cent
butter fat, according to the chemist's
tests Thu teHts completed this morn
ing nro not available, for publication
11s tlio compilssloner Is unwilling to
give any chemist making n .tost ex-,
amlniitlon of tho samo samplo, niiy
tint n to work n. ,,
.Just before tlio last outbreak of
cholera tho rommlsbloiier carried
through ono prosecution successfully
nnd unless mutters Improve soon ho
says lie will hind a few moio on his
was siKcessfnl. ho denied absolutely
,rz "' :: r D1 ;:.',.; Z.
ored over another.
I do not wish to bo drawn Into any
.ontroNcrsy over this, but there Is notli-
Ingto nny talk Hilit Patterson loiil.l
have been favored." ho said. "How
could he? Tho speclllcatlons wero as
available for one limn as for another"
A local contractor who was not 11
bidder on either of the Maul Jobs this
......... 1.... ....1.1 11.... .a. i.tn.i ...i.ii.n r
e'Tiow , Im ' T numbe'r of
1 i, n..l.l nol ror
inn. moment allow any suspicion of fu-
M.rltlsni to nrjsq fi mil nny net Ion of
Ids." ' I
Sovcral mnro of tho Indictments
lunpglit In by tho fttilrrnl Ornnil Jury
alini)llH( n in n-nis-u mi ins -
ceny of six promissory notes amount-
ing to $1000 from the porson of Oguto.
llo was released on bondB of $10UU.
William Kamclaulhi was arrostnd
on achargo of perjury. Ho was also
iclcascd on bonds of ?".
Chin Tain Chlng, Indicted for per
jury, was also brought In. Ilotul was
allowed In tho Hum of 1 1)00.
Tho Atncrlciin sclioonor Mary B. ers' Association has asked tha govern- full of 19H, so as to be In full oporil
Foster having discharged 11 shipment ment to protect Its members from t,m whcn the Paiinmn canal Is open
of liinihcr nt tho port was fumigated striking dock hands. e() weekly service will bo required
aim umpiiieneu lor rugei nouuu jes-
Judge K. C. O'lte.ir was nomliialcd
for goicruor by tho ieiublicaus of
r.ermnuy will fortify tho Island of
Hellgolnnd nnd make It a naval sta-
(AwOelillfl! PrrMfl Cl I .,) I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 8An.
'nouneement was made today from tha
I White House that President Taft will
veto the bills granting statehood to
I New Mexico and Anions, his objee-
tiona being to tho form In which the
bills have passed Congress.
The President's objection to the Arl-
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"'ne ""tn after n r. fereiidum otn
'"is l.een taken on the eoiistltutloii.il
provision providing for the recall of c
'he Jii'Uciiiry upon a von- or me people,
Tl'" ol.Jeetlon to the New Mcxko bill
I based on the uuhcI,I provisions le.
snirilltiit i.ineiiilfiiciit of Hie propose.
h""" , constitution by which late
"'"eudnieiits aro abno-t IniposMhlo.
TO COTTON BILL
(HiHclnl Hull. 'tin fable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 9 The
Sent ,, eo'n,m'me'o will' mak. .1
. S.. .., ,u. ...,. .u. kin
clrrvng revon of the cotton tariff
POPE IS WORSE;
(ArniH'l.tiil l'res .ll.te.)
ROME, Italy, Aug. 8. The condi
tion of the pope was less favorable to
day. The attacks of pain from the
gout were frequent and severe.
head dies at Memphis
(HniMl.tt Ho II. tin Cl.t.'.)
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Aug. 9. Brig.
-" -"7' "' --: '"T',, "
"' """" ,'.''. rfi.rf .t hi. hVm.
Confederate Veterans, died at his home
,,..,. . ... ... u.,i
Oeneral (lordon served In tho Hlxll
eth nnd Slxly-ilrst .('omtrcsses nt. Hep.
j resenlatlvo from Tennessee. Ho was 11
!..., South, n. attorney and was
serving iis h. ad of the Onfodrrut!
Veterans. He was seventy-seven ears
j CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION
PROBE TO BE SHALLOW
Hpeclnl n 11 1 1 n 1 1 n Cilt.lr.) I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 8. The
special committee investigating the
steel trust has decided that it will not I
press questions of campaign contribu
tions, believing that it is not empow
ered to do so.
MIKADO THANKS TAFT
Cnn UnMnnC fC Tnfjn
canal will ho opened nn schedule tlnio
uAmNrVnw'n'r." "'""''o -ru '' '"" evidenced by an announco
MrdtHhT,naDm.C,'...Ua;o9,p7T.i: ."'-"I '".... .osttnaslor-aenera. Hitch
dent T.fi ih.nklnn him on b.h.lf of cock that liiiprovcd mall facilities be
j,pan for the honors shown Admiral
(Togo during his slay in America.
HARASSED BY STRIKE
f AsMKliili.l Press f;..blo.)
LONDON. Enn.. Auo. 8. The Mill-
I ENDURANCE RECORD IN
AIR TO FRENCHMAN
(Asm.ct.ited Press cabin.)
PARIS, . France, Aug. 8. Aviator
u"' ",' 497mlC..rd tu
" ;" f ,1 Z ? r.R. f"" , h0u BSmln!
jutes 36 seconds.
tanese Premier Is
Reported to Have Quit
Resigned and Said
TOKIO, July 30, A ih'Wh nKcitcy
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"""'"''''I Marquis HalonJI for thu
l"Hl- The clinnse will probably be nn-
nounec.i August i... tiii report 11
neither continued nor iilllclnlly denied.
Undoubtedly n chango In tlio cabinet
Is Imminent. It has hivn under ion-
K(l.rntml rorMhrix lunnlhh. As .t
the .llKtril.iilli.il of portfolios has not
I,..,.,, dcblcd 1.
Theru Is no reason to believe til.., tha
linl.se will nlTeet Hie general policy
or 1110 government, lor I'oiini isuisuru
H llk.ly to .ontfiuie the uetlv.i lioad of
Maniuls K.1I011JI was premier of tin
cabinet organized .Mnriti I!., HHIh.
The forcgoUig news bears nut n.l
vance Intimations of the ihaiixo' re
eclve.l by Japanese here some lline into
anil published lit the II11I I el I p.
NOT CARRIED OUT; HEALTH
DEPARTMENT MAY TAKE HOLD
Missal Illicit with the way In which
1 lt Inspeitors are enforcing tho mar-l.i-t
screening law. Health Olllcer Pratt
is preparing to sec that the screens nro
1 pt .low 11 whin they should !u or
start come thing. Ho liiHiuates that tho
Inspectors are favoring thu llshuiarkct
When the uimouni cincnt was iiiude 11
few das ago that most of tho stall
liolderk at Hie llshmarket bad put up
soociis in (omplluncc with H10 regula
tions, It was 11 statement' of fact Tho
Mreens are up -up ubno the counters
- and seem likely to stayyo unless
roine bctt.r work Is done by the In-
spectors of the' county. List evening
"" typical example. With only ono
)r J.')lr0l,IIK vsvry H(rmi ,n thu
Iniarket was resting on the top pieces
that riui'ovei tlio stalls, somo four or
live feet up In th air, and down hi low
the tiles placd on their old happy
PANAMA CANAL WILL OPEN ON TIME
Plans For Faster Mail
liYir. s. AI.IIKItT.
(s.l.tl II tl 1 1 ci 1 1 11 Crresm.l.nce.)
Tho gcnural belief praMillIng among
(iovernnient olllclals that tlio r.innmn
tween the I'aclllc and Atlantic oceans
and tho norts of Panama and Colon
will bo established.
An Invitation has been sent out by
,h" I'ustmaster-Oenoral to furnish tho
new and Improved service. Ills re-
quest for lium uemaniis sixieeii-Kipu.
steamships, tho service to begin In tho
nn tho ono hand bctwi'on Now York
.... t,.tnii tfilllntv nt fMiuiJfiutrin iV
itHU V.IJ1III llllllllh tl l.HW'l..ll "
Savunah, or both, and ftom New Or -
leans to Colon, and on tho other hand
'from Seattlo and San Kranclsco to
i.niino.n. cilltm- at San Pedro, or Ran
l)l"8"' r 1,"''
The opening of tlio canal will enable
. tlio steamers that under this contract
hunting grounds. It looked like an ex-l
blbltlon of u new kind of neroltlalie. I
"We saw to It that they got screens. I
and th.ro our authority In the matter supplj plan. It may ho staled that It
ends for the present," remark.. I Or. Involves tho tunneling of the big illv-
l'ratl this morning. "It Is up to thu Idc. almost a mountain ranee, bo-
illy otllol.ils now ti see Hint the sen ens tweun thu phtutii'loii fields and thu
aro kept oxer the meat and llsli Tho Walkano and Waluholo watersheds,
arrangement was that wo should only and tho bringing of tho fresh water
Issim the licenses when the) bad through thu tunnel to Irrlgnto tlio
screened und that Hie city and county fields.
Inspectors would tool, nrter tlio proper This plan has been under discus
running of tlio place, ir It was found P0gi ror 11 long time nnd englueerliu
that they onilil not handle the work, irports hntci been ina.lu upon It. Ono
Hi. 11 wo nro to send .niwn 11 couple of 10 directors of tho company sild
our Inspectors und let Hiein camp right this morning that Mr. I.lpplnrntt's
onthospot l)r Moore, who Is holding hi Ver largely to vorlfv tho ro
down tho city phjslelan's Job during lrH flint hino been made.' Ono of
the absence of I)r Wnyson. was speak, theso ros.rts was made by Jorgeu
lug to 1110 about the matter, und lie said .lorgcnscii, now tlio engineer of Hid
he would look Into it ugnlii tills utter- Hawaiian Irrlgitlon conipiny. Tho
noon. building of n reservoir on the lithrr
(Continued on Page 3) tl.lc of the nmgo Is limited In tho
carry tho malls to Colon or I'atiatim
to continue their journey tiirougii inu(
Icnnnl and proceed nn the western voy
age to Han rrnnrlsco or to points In
South America, nnd on tho eastern
voyage to points on tho guir anil At
lantic coasts, thus permitting them to
carry cargoes between distant polntH
without breaking bulk. This will af
ford 11 convenient and rellnldo trnns
pottatlon line for freight, In swifter
steamers than any now available, be
tween tho seaports oil tho two coasts.
Illlis 1110 couipicuoil 01 1110 laaaioa .,,.,,,, ()f (1 nv,.rMnr ,, Huperlll.
cnnnl, which Is oxpertcil to open n !t-ii1cnt of Public Works In lu-liig
now era to tlio conimurco of the world, lllllu streets forirnllrmd purposes wllli
wlll bo ncconumnled by tho establish- 'out lofcrrlng Hie quehtlnii to tho rltl-.
mnn. f .,.. A.nm lp.. M-onn iniill kor. ens i.r Hllo Tile solo necative volo
. ... .., ....
r an Ameilr.in ocean mall mt- " "' ""' """ ""'
at is expected to fill a long-felt'""" """ vnx ''' ,L representative of
at is (xpicteu 111 111 a loiih nil ,.,,,. v (. T roHolutlonH ol.Je.-i
n the commerclul relations of . , Wisllisfcts stro.t Is being
this country with Central and South
The Postinaster-Heneral has provid
ed In the advertisement lor 11 guar
antee against the .niitrol of theso
lines b competing railway compa
nies. Tills now provision In o.ean
mall (ontracls is In keeping with tho
lll lllllllllVlO BIS "-I'll.r S.l
policy of tho administration lespect-
ng the restraint of trade.
j Mr. Hitchcock expects that tlio sur-
ulna revenue of the ilaiiartment will
I1"' H"l"Cl""t t0 MWi ,,, emt 0t "'l"
'new se.Mce. which will bo close to
11 million dollars : jc.ir.
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Coast Experts to Study Tun
neling of Range F.rom
LIPPINC0TT HAS MAN
TO COMPLETE WORK
Carl Woithcn, of Los Angeles,
Hcie With Chief. Visit Oahu
Siifiar Company and Begin
Johcpli It l.lpplncotl, Hie expert
rngliiecr liiought to Honolulu by tho
O.1I111 Sugar (i.uipaiiy tit liicMlgitu
and lepoit on plans foi a great water
supply system Is visiting thu planta
tion and water shed today, and for
tho next row weeks will bo busy most
of the time. ,ln looking oer tho
ground, ItiEpcctlng the plans already
mada an.) fomutlatlng bis rcisirt. Ho
will be hero about a month, and direc
toix of Hie omii.in said tills inoru-
Ing.thnt thu ox perl's lnsiectlon sluiuM
lio cnnijilctNl by thai tlluo In sh.iro
for the coinpuny to act iikjii lijs,tec
It was learned todrty that Mr Up
plncott has hniiight with him another
cpcrt engineer who will In all pro!.,
r.lilllty be tho man selected to carry
1 ut the recommendations mada by
l.lpplncotl. Carl Worthcn, who has
I ecu associated with l.lpplucott on
his noted aqueduct work In Uis An
geles and Is himself or high stand
ing in the profession, arilvcd with
l.lpplucott 011 the Manchuria jestcr
d.iy. Whllo the O.1I111 Sugar company ill-
lectors arc not ct ready to nuil.ti
nubile liny details of tho big water
.iir. txiniii'ii win no mo mm wnu
will curry out tho details recommend
ed h) l.lpplneott's report. It Is ex
ported II" Is thoroughly familiar
with wnlor supply engineering wotk
'nnd Ihu solution of a hg engineering
l'loMcm Is hopodoryrom their litt.
(Hlvlnl IIii I lot I n Wlrclfss.)
IIII.O, Aug 'J Tb Hllo Hoard of
Trade today held a juc. ting and p.isur.1
.-..tilt,!, ma u.n.aii.l.. lili... I, it- ... (tin
.' '" ."." r..j ..-.j....n .-
laid out for 11 m-c.iIc boulrvard
(Hlliil Mil I let 1 11 Vlrrlaa )
IIII.O. Auk. ! The harbor coniinlJ-i-I.iii
will bold 11 public mctliiK hero
tomorrow on Hllo harbor and nlurf
POOR OLD BILL SQUIRES
IS KNOCKED OUT AGAIN
(Assoclnlrd Hr.sa Cable.)
DRISBANE, Australia, Aug. 8. Dill
Lang today defeated Bill Squires for
the heavyweight championship of Australia,
I WH ya3,g-aatty3awWWaWi jrt"