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Profit Ban Franelaot)!
Sierra '....August 18
For San FraneiMol .
Tcno Multl August 18
Mnruiim ............ .September 1 t
Miikura i .September 12
Thlt It a timo wlien the public wants
to know everything about' everything,
and the only way for a butlneo to keep
In touch with the public I to TELL
ABOUT ITSELF IN PUBLIC PRINT.
Advertising Valuers a Direct Quantity
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5006.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, AUGtlST 16, 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SIX CRUISERS COMING
WILL BE PUT
City and territory Will Co
operate in Public
G , ' , improvemt
3 .:. -
WITH THE GOVERNOR
County Officials Talk Matter
Over and Are Promised Aid
Speedy Action Probable
Speed nctlon towurd widening Hotel
Irtct, dosing Union street nml open
ing Illshop street. BceniH In sight utter
iiioiithH of ilclu Following tho pub
lliutlnn by the llullot In yesterday
of Jho futts tluit tho brewer Kstuto
Will postpone Jtn building plana for u
possible change If uitlon It forthcoming
tit omo on tho Important street 'Im
provements, but tlmt unless Mnno steps
in muko the Improvements iiro Immo-dlitn-tho
llrevrr Kstnto building will
gq mi, which would hold buck tho street
change's Indcllnltel, Intcruitcd people
fcul lius yesterduy, I
City Treasurer 11 W. Shlnglo met I
with tho wnM and means committee of
the supervlsorH In the.ternoiii, and
thlt morning tho treasurer and Chair-1
man KhcnI.bwor theeommlttee held,
n conference, with the Governor, to plan
Immediate action and to determine the
respective part thai tho city and tho
Tirrltory Khali take.
Whin seen afterwards, the Governor,
said, "Tho Legislature or two 3 ears
11R11 passed 11 concurrent resolution butl
fnlliil to provldo nny means Con-
deinnutlon proceeding); were started,
lion ever, with the Ide'n of linvlng ov
er) thing ready for tho next legisla
ture! hut tho nlans wero not pressed.
This legislature turned down ovcriil
hills ilrallng with tho matter and also
pissed 11 concurrent resolution und
fulled to provldo nny money for Car
oline out tho work.
"Another bill was passed, hovvcCcr,
which allows of the money obtained by
the site of government property being
used for the purposo of buying other
proper!. Wo now hopo that under thlH
bill we will bo able to llnd a way out
of It- The administration Is very much
In favor of tho work being carried out,
and as soon uh It learns what tho prop
erty owners wan! will do all It enn lo
push Hie completion of Iho work nlong, I
All wo lmo been walling for was thot
prellmlnnr work lo bo done. Mr.
KhhiRlo has bqen doing soino very alu-'
able work In this connection and lias
asslHtcd materially towards tho work
Iw Ing possible.
"Mr. I.ow stated this morning that
the city and county Is In sympathy with
the Terrllory nnd will coopcrnlo nnd
iiisIhI. The first action to bo laken
will bo that of appointing tho npprats
rrs, hut It Is Imposslblo to stnte nt tho
present tlmo how long It will take al
together." The Governor Intlmnted that the
mutter would be fixed up between the,
count nnd the Territory In such a way
tlmt If the Territory found It Is un-
lime hi riuso enougn monev inn coumy
would step In nnd ralso the rest.
Alexander & Iluldwln received tho
IoIIiiwIiib cablegram toduy from New
Market firm; advance of 1-16 cent
expictcd. Unfavorable weather In Eu
rope. SPALDING FOR PRESIDENT.
Tho Chamber of Coinmercn will hold
Its annual meeting and election of of ,
(leers at 2 o'clock this afternoon H I.
bpaldlng Is the prnbnhlo cholco for
president to succeed James V, Morgan,
v who toduy endb his fourth term.
A reward of $500 has been offered
by tho Warwick, R, I , pollco for In
formation resulting In tho arrest of
Olotann Chilli, 22 years old, who is
wanted In connection with tho mur
der of Patrolman Walter McQuarrlo
in tho villugo of .Apponaug
Hlxty persons were inoro or less In
Juiod in 11 panic following a bomb ex
plosion nt the Uucharist pi occasion in
. ..li A-A yA MkC&k 'A.MdL &.&jJLAjLjiL& vriJvtjv. k& , .m .
in 1W1IT mti iTfiiMiOTiiiwiiwnirjraw iiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiii umii iiimii niiirmiimninmiiiaiK ,iwif.iiiiiiiininiiitifiiTrrii
Republican Committee Fails To
. . Agree and Will Meet
Opposition has doelncd to thoj
naming oi ur. j. h. 11. rrait in xno
presidency of Iho hoard of Jiealth as
Hiicccsror to E. A. Mott-8mTth. Thu
opposltton has cropped up In tho ex
ecutive committee of the Republican
territorial central committee.
The committee held a meeting at
noon today, nt which tho proposition
of Indorsing a successor to Mott-Sinlth
enmo up, hut the commlttco failed to
agreo utKin any cundlilnta mitt id
Joiirncd to meet tomorrow for further
Chairman Cooper gave out a guard
ed statement at the conclusion of the
meeting toduj;, declaring that thorp
had been no dissension In the com
"Tho mutter did not como to a
vote," hojiUted, "ioiwo did not dis
agree 'We did not settle, upon any
candidate." ,. yr.j3 r -
He was asked to'stato what names
wero considered by tho -committee,
hut declined to do so, admitting ntily
that otlier..nainen besides that of nt
Pratt had been proposed and discuss
It was known beforo tho mooting
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR
Ono hundred thousand dollars will
be mado available 1 November 1st,
for carrying on icVmancnt Improve
ment, as well as giving attention to
city streets and hlKliwnvs". i
The eupervlsors, at present nro
brought face to faco with an empty j
cuibonl. The city proper will huvs
to rub along on money which la held
under an estimate of nine thousand
dollars during tho month of August.'
One reason for tho barrenness of the
city exchequer-is that when formci
Road Supervisor Wilder vucatod his I
ofllco lie left' a train of bills for clt
Improvement amounting to $1,392 25
which must be met. This item comes
out of the monejs appropriated for'
August ad considerably pares down
the lump sum of $10,000 set aside a
the monthly stipend for city exiicnses.
Under tho new law, us was pointed
out last night to tho supervisors, the
city nnd county of Honolulu Is receiv
ing but $20,000 each month from tho
HANDS-AR0UND CLUB TO.
A meeting of tho Hands-Around-
the-Paclflc Club was held at noort tn-j
(lav nt tho Public Service rooniH mid
It was decided to publish the speech
of Dr, Jordan together with tho reso
lutions, for distribution uiouuil tho
Pacific, Tho speech of Governor
Frear proposing tho resolution will
bo published in tho pamphlet In cv-
cry tongue spoken mound Iho big
ccenn. Tho; piinphlct will bo illus-,
1 rated with page cuts of tho man I
high dignitaries who nro honorary of
ficers of tho llnnds-Aroimd. Dr. Jor
dan Is now a vice president anil will
e entertained by tho club on his ro-l
C. T. rtolnlmrt, employed on tho
dredge, Govornor at Pearl Harbor,
raced to Honolulu In thu tug Helen
this morning to catch tho Wllhcjmlna,
but lost. Ho had received sudden
news that his father Is 111 at his home
In the oust and tried to get out on I
was hold that nt least one member of
the commlttco would nrnposu a iuiii"
not heretofore mentioned In tho dis
cussion of probable chiefs for this Im
portimt orrtro. Tho man mentioned Is
not 11 member of tho medical profes
Wlillo no statement as to tho ob
jections found to Dr. l'intt cun bo se
cured, members of tho c-inmlttoa for
tho past few days havo been quos
tloiilng tho health officer's executive
ability. It Is freely declared that as
health officer' ho Is making a Bplen
did record, hut apparently flio com
mittee members ennnnt agree that ho
tliould bo named to head tho boaid.
To this his friends havo replied em
phatically that Dr. Pratt lias made
such a good record where ho Is that
ho should bo given an opportunity as
-president oftho board, particular);,
as ho it" Indorsed by his own profes
sion. , F"'
N'o announcement of appointment U
now expected from tho igvernor for
a day or ttoo. It Is understood ho wlfl
Walt to hear fiom tlio Republican 'com
mittee. territorial coffers'. Un lor tho old re
gulation tho munlclpillty diew down
eacli'montli a sum approximately 3S.
Hut as it was brought out by a
member of, tho road committee, thero
Is a ray of bo"ie that with tho close of
tho year there frill be a clean up of
no mean proportion. At least ono
hundred thousand dollars .will at this
time bo turned over to tho city fath
ers liv.lho heads of tho territorial
There will bo no money from taxos
until May and November. Tho
r.moimt that will finally drift Into Iho
city treasury from all sources will
bring tho figures well up to $250,040
every six months. However, estimates
offored by th road committee for
August are at what Is claimed a very
low figure. Thero is: Office $479,
quarries Jin' 50, est ray police $30.
cantonnlors $922 50, fourth district
(uontinuia on paga 3)
PASS PLANS FOR WHARF
Tho Hoard of Harbor Commissioners
held Its first meeting since its trip
around the wharves and landing
places of the Islands, (Ills afternoon
at two o'clock. 1,
Tho matter of the Mahukona'wjmrfi
Hawaii, was taken up and n lettei'vaB
rend from President Kennedy of tho
Intor-Islnnd company in which he
suggested a rlght-of-woy between tho
railroad wharf and that of tho gov
It was pointed out, howovor, that
this was not necessary. Finally the
plans ns amended woro passed and
amended tenders aro to bo called for
on the work.
Tho Intor-Island steamer Maul was
dispatched at noon today for Hawaii
ports of call, Tho vessel Is oxpoctod
to muko a quick return to Honolulu
with u full shipment! of sugar. . Tho
Maui was scheduled to call at Kukai
uu, Ooliula, Hnkulait, Onomea and
BT-BULLETIN ADS PAY-BM
(Associated Tress Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, AUG. 16.
IT WAS ANNOUNCED FROM. THE
NAVY DEPARTMENT TODAY THAT
A BIO WARSHIP FLEET WILL BE
SENT TO HAWA'I IN A MONTH TO
TAKE PARTlN PRACTISE MANEU
THE FLEET WILL CONSIST OF
THE CRUISERS SOUTH DAKOTA,
WEST VIRGINIA, CALIFORNIA AND
COLORADO, AND EIGHT TORPEDO
BOAT DESTROYERS. THEY ARE
ORDERED FROM 8AN FRANCISCO
ON 8EPTEMBER 15.
(Special nil I let III Cubic )
WA8HINOTON, D. C, AUG. 16.
LATER 'ADVICES FROM THE NAVY
DEPARTMENT TODAY ARE THAT
IN AnniTinN tn -rue c?niir
vrtUISERS .NAMED, THE CRUISERl.
PENNSYLVANIA AND MARYLAND
WILL BE PART OF THE FLEET
WITH A TORPEDO FLOTILLA,, THE
FLEET t WILL vOE IN HAWAIIAN
WATERS FOR- MORE-' THAN1 A
DOCK WILL BE.IN'COMMAND.1- '
I a sfcBiaaaaaaxaaW,,.-
fAflgncluted lresii Clb!e.
LISBON. Portunnl. Ann. 1R A ...
net of earthnualtes haa b..n p.n.ri.
from Southern Portugal. Several per
sons have beon Injured. A tidal wave
is reported at Laaos.
(AsKoc'iiteil r ri ,Cbte."
WASHINRTON. n. .-. A... la
troop of cavalry has been ordered (o
patrol the Lower California border 'on
account of newt or unrest there.
BILL TO PRESIDENT
(ARsoclltnl Prenn Pable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 16. The
campaign publicity bill haa gona to the
President for signature.
POPE IS NOW ABLE
TO RECEIVE VISITORS
(Associated Press Cablo.)
ROME, Italy, Aug. 16. The pope was
o much better today taat visitors were
admitted to tee him.
MAY HIT LIVERPOOL
(Hprclnt Dullettn Cabin)
' LIVERPOOL, Eng, Aug. 16. The
situation Is quieter. Owing to the
ttrlke, a bread famine is threatened.
GEN. GRANT TOGO'S ESG0RT
(Associated Tnsa Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. . Ad
miral Togo it the gueit of General
Frederick Grant' at Qovernor'a Island
CARDINAL MORAN DEAD
SYDNEY, Au, Aug. 16. Cardinal
Moran Is dead, following a sudden at
tack of syncope, or fainting.
All nctlvo campaign for former Gov.
J. W. Folk for president, has been
launched by the Missouri Democratic
League. f v
Rear-Admiral Schroeder To
Retire From Sea Tomorrow
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retire friun tho navy tomiirroiv. Inls
gallant liiul distinguished bcu lighter
(Is Jivjejl known In Honolulu and uum
Iicra1, many, friends. hCeJ)i)th In and
lit-'ru, many, friends. hcr.eJ)qtu
out of military circled. Ho ciitcretl
the service In September, l$(!t aud
has served as a rear-admiral slnco
July, I9U8. In tho HpinlBli-Amerlciu
war ho was in command of tho d)na
mlto cruiser Vesuvius nnd was ad
vanced thrco numbers for eminent
nnd conspicuous bravery. In 1991 ho
TERRITORY LOSES SOME OF
DIAMOND HEAD AND GETS
UNKNOWN- LAND INSTEAD
There haB been another movo as
to tho ownership of Diamond Head,
tho 1'edcral authorities taking away
part which tho gave buck tu the
Territory somo llttlo tlmo ago and
giving back more, but with a string
tied to it.
The part, which tho U. S. is taking
hack Is that of tho reservoir reser
intlon and consists of about two
acres. The allow the Territory tho
right of way through, however, nnd
tho Governor slated this morning that
It would not intcrforo with Iho water
plans nt nil as the pipes cnnlil bo run
through Just tho sumo It does not
PARTY IS OUT
Premier McGowan Who Comes
Here Friday Just(Plain
Moro than unusual Interest attaches
ltsolf to tho visit of J. S T. Mc
Oownn to Honolulu on Friday noxt.
When bo left Australia to go to tho
coronation ho was piemlor of Now
South Wales. A rablo readied lilm In
New York, however, that tho position
had been wrested from him and now
bo Is only j;tst plain "Jlinni" Mc
Gowan, leader of the opposition nguln
McGowan is ono of the most pic
turesque men in the political llfo ot
the state and is the lirst man to ever
was naval governor of Giutm and
comnrindcd 11 division of tho Atlintlc
fleet In 1908 ami. 1909. In 1909 he
was mudo cumin inder-ln-chlef of the
Atlantic fleet. Until recently hd tvfisl
in comnnnd of this IlepL HK, list
active dut was as piVsldtaU (if tho
Navnl War College Ilcar-Admlral
Bchrneder was ono of tho comnund
crs who undo tho famous world
cruise with tho Atlantic Meet sov
cral cnrs ago, and when Ilia licet
take In Iho rctervolr.
liven the Gtivernoi himself does not
know wheio the pirt Is that they aro
giving lurk In thu Torrltor There
Is a btrlug on It to tho effect that the
Territory must build n load hut whe
ther this nnd Is the extent of tho
land or whether It takes In inoro than
tho road It In Imposslblo to know. Tho
siirvcois nie going out nnd will work
out tlit) measiucments cent nlong In
order to And tho exact location.
2185 editorial rooms 2256
biislni'SN unite. These nro the tele
phone number of the Itullvtln.
lead the Uibor party to victory in
that stnte. For eighteen years he has
put up a grim und determined light,
and has seen tho party grow from
two or three until nt tho Inst election
they succeeded In winning out by a
small majority. It will be bitter news
for him to face, but ho Is n bom
llghtor .and will like tho task of
straightening qui tho tangle.
Tho labor ministry resigned on
Jill) 27 nnd left tho matter ot the ap
pointment of tho now minister In the
bunds of the I.lcutonunt-Governnr, No
furthci news Is available ns to vvhut
steps havo been taken slnco except
that MrGowan whs notified, It was
owing tu two of tho inoniborB being
against thu matter of certain laud
measures tlmt cauted thu overthrow,
ns they quit tho party
Although thoro aio two by-olectlons
ponding It Is doubtful whether cither
party will bo ablo to ran) on tho
1 government and an appeal to tho
I country Is looktd for at tho earliest
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IWaeklr It u 1 1 e I u II 'per year
P. 0. BUSINESS
Growth of City Reflected
Big Increase In Receipts
POSTMASTER PRATT '
MAKES ANNUAL REPORT
Money Orders Show Slight De
crease uiio to Aciverso con
ditions Mail Service Moro
Honolulu's postal business for tho
fiscal jo.ir ending Juno 30 is 11 rccDrd
bre.ikcr, us foiccist b the Jl 11 1 1 o
1 1 11 nt tho cud of last montn.
Tho llgUCH for tho locnl iitllro. In
dicating an ci a of s(oaHll) -grow Ing
prosperity for tho clt', wore made
public byi Postmaster Pnttt this morn
ing, 11 hUleiiiont being tnrwardeil JU
tho giicrnor and to tho heal coni
In nil departments where lli;rca&ci
receipts might bo hoped lr, the of
fice shows the, effects or a growing
clt- Increase In expenditures aro
small, ctfeept n thcfiwoiltomlAur ln
u eased salaries to s)stal cmplocs
1 ml Increased expenses of mall trans
portation wrvlco. The Incroaso In
salaries is duo to tho effect of thu
uct or Match 2, 1907. Tho hoivlcr
expense for mall, transportation ser
vice is duo to tho fact thill tho do
paitmeut has signed contracts for tho
irt-xt four ears, taking effeet on July
I., upij Ntho new contracts nro autna
wlint; more pxpensivo than the former
ortes. IThe new rate, how over, will
hold good for the next few cars,-
The receipts of tho local otllco for
the lust fiscal 'car amount to $103,
:i"l 12, flh against $98,005.14 Mr 1910
mid $92,745 20 for 1909. These ro-
elpts aro mudo up of stamp sties,
box lents and second-class miUor
charges, A pirtlcul irl) large Increase
It shown In stamp silos.
Thu expenditures excess recclprs
for tho same cars aro $J3,I19,7S for
1909, $Ji:,223 18 for 1910 and $ 10,(181.
o9 for tho vo.ir Just ended. Tho In
vnjnrio, hero In excuses, ns ataM
nJKivc. U duo to the Increaso In pos
tal cniplnM'-s' balarles.
Tho money crder division shows a
small falllng-off In buslncs. This Is
duo to two reasons, first, Jieiausc
lust winter n new uchednto of charger
for International money orders van
put Into effect, doubling Iho chnrgci
In fcomo cises, and second because
inone.v. order buslnosa hero Is largely
done 'by Orientals who nro pnlng
their debts at homo or sending money
tu Japan and ns they become estab
lished, their mono order buslncs
"how n a decided decrease.
Tho mono order business for Hst
jcar totalod $3,039 498 39 as against
$1,142,5G2 3I for 1910, and $3,131830
90 for 19C9. '
In the registry division, tho lot'oru
registered shows an Increase. Tho
parcels post division Is n record
(Continued on Page 4.)
The Orpbeum Theater on Hotel strent.
tins been sold to tho C. M. Cooko l
t.ite, l.til , for tho cum of J23.00O. Tho
died convplng It from V A Kinney
to tho qov owner was tiled this morn
ing at (lie bureau of ionvctinrcH,
Tho price In split up, l0,ud0 being
tho consideration inuHlomd In the deed
nnd iili-o 11 inortgac of !12,&no held by
the lliiwalhi.ii Trust (Mmimnv and
(which the Cooko estate will have to
'iho papers havo Just returned roin
KiiKlund, where they wiro signed by
.Mrs Kinney and alo Hlcbard WeMa
cott. tho American lio-ionsul In Lou
don, who nttistid to Mrs Klnnc.
It was statu! ut tho olllces of tlirt
rooko estnto this afternoon that no
present changes In the propert lire
cuntemplnted Tho property l under
lenso to tho Young Hotel company until