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From 8n Franeleool '
Lurllno , August 22
For San Franeiteoi
Blcrrn ..,.,,, August 23
Mnrnina September 1GV
Mnkura September 12
Advertising Value Is a Direct Quantity
This It a time when the public want',
to know everything about everything,
and tht only way for a business to keep
In touch with the publle It to TELL
ABOUT ITSELF IN PUBLIC PRINT..
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5009.
18 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 18 PAGES.
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The Superintendent of Public
Works Asks Investigation
SAYS PROTECTION OP
COMMISSION AT STAKE
Would Give Public Notice of
'Men. Who Tried to Get Bids
"Pulled" at Wailuku Re
cently. Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrstmi Campbell Is demanding nn
Investigation now of tliu charges of
, Contractor V. 11. Patterson of Wnl
! lukti. JVilliiWIngl the (publication In
tho IliHlotl'n 61 Aiibjs'tlliior'.tlio
charges, made 'by1 Patterson, tliutr tin
bail been' offprcil $2,000 by a Hiiiio-
lulii contractor to "pull" Ills bids on
Muni road and lirlilKo work, Camp
bell lias taken tin the mutter with
W. P. Pugno, ylce.-chuirnlnn of tllo
Maul lonn fund commission, request
ing tlio name of tlio" party 'or"par'tles
who nre alleged tqjiayu offered nun
l ho moneyr- -?". I III
Tlio charge mado by Patterson
grew out of Hie opening of bids for
tlio Maul public works Weal con
tractors believed they had boon Riven
llin worst of II and Intimated llnil
Patterson, the successful bidder, had
been favored. Patterson thoreiiKM
came back at the local men with the
rlory llint'tttoy had tried In vain to
get htm to withdraw his bids.
The letter written by Campbell Is
Honolulu, T. II., Aug. 15, 1911.
Dear Sir: I notlco by last oven
lug's papers that Mr, Patterson makes
the stntement that ho whs offered
2000 not to bid on tlio Maul work.
Mr. Patterson should not make n
t.tatemcnl of this character unless lie
Is ablo to como forward with tlio
liiiiua of tlio iorson or person who
huvu mnilo. him such an offer, and as
ho has been quoted In public print.
I think In tlio interests of gvod gov
ernment, 'decency and 'ns n. protection
to tlio commission ho should como
out frankly with tlio names of tho
parly or parties.
If wo'aro to lace this k'nd of com
petition jit Is time that wo know tho
pallhrir of tlio men with whom wo
are to doal.
(Sgd.) MA118TON CAMPIiKl.U
Hiiierlntcndeiit of Public Works.
W. V POGUK,
Maul Ian Fund Commission.
BLOOD IS SHED
IN WELSH TOWN
(Special 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Cable.) !" '
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LONDON,) Eng., Aug. 19. It Is unofficially announced here today that
the strike hat been settled. Reports of rioting still continue.
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Peace, Not War
(Associated Tress Cable
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LONDON. Eny,., Aug. 19. Bloodshed today marked, the, progress of the
great railway and industrial strike that Is crippling lltiMt' transportation oft'
Great Britain and has already, it is estimated, drawn 220,000 persons from
their work. .
The scene of the bloodshed was at Llannelly, Wales, where a great crowd
of strikers surrounded a train and attacked it In an endeavor to take the
train crew off and prevent the movement of traffic. The mob was charged
by troops, but the soldiers tried in vain to disperse the rioters and finally,
under orders, fired Into the mass of people, killing two and fatally wounding
Reports here are that there is little rioting, except In the suburban towns.
Howover, the mobs are venting their fury by tearing up railway tracks and
stoning the trains. Only a partial service Is maintained on the lines affected
by the strike. il MiU'if JJI
WOMAN SWIMS THE GOLDEN GATE
. (Associated Press Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 19. Miss Hazel Laugenor of Berkeley, Cal,
today swam the Golden Gate. In. an hour and twentyejght minutes, the first
woman to accomplish the feat.
BYC.S.: ALBERT fllVvr,
;i .j.i ,' t'"" 'Japan
(flpeclal .IMilJf'ttn 0rrcsHiiiilMice.) nient
f ' d t J
) . Ji . ' ' f . .
mnv not bo fur, a stant wiicu
wilt aeo'llt to' Join In the'niove-
iiiimiI so iiusiilelouslv tiiaumiriited."
WAaillNtJTONf iI)J,C..x Aiibi1.-P in repljlng Admiral FTogo did not
Jupnn will be 'strongly UrKell to rndko) commit 'liliusolt, t3 the'pollcy of unl
it general arbitration treaty with the vernal peace. Ho merely promised to
United States. The matter has been communicate the message given to tils
formally suggested through rcgujur Kuiperor.
diplomatic channels., Tlio movement KftortH to coucludo tlio' arbitration
wus given a, greater impetus when trenty between this country and
President Tuft, in toasting Admiral Japan will bo pressed when Charles
Togo at his White House dinner, ex- Pago Ilryuil assumes his new duties
pressed tlio fervent liopo "that tliu ns nmbnssador t Toklo.
Uninterested Persons to Re
port on Extension Plans
Ah the result of a conference held
in the fluvi'i'iior's nllleu this mornlm:,
it eoiiimbwUiii roniprlsi'il of three mem
Juts will inakii a report on tho (pies
Hon of the lllijliiip street extension ami
other allied matter, to hurry tho liu
The matter was taken.iip by tlio Oov
ernor, Kuperlntemlent of Public Works
Marston Cniiilibell, Commissioner of
Umds Charles !', Judd, Attorney-flcn-
irul Alexander Lindsay Jr. nml Hubert
W. Hlilngle. Tim matter wns taken up
from all points of view, Mr. HIilnBln
being Includeil for the fact that ho haH
alwayH taken a preat Interest In the
Tliu eommlsslou that Is to be ap
pointed will be niadi) up of mm member
'each from tho Chninbervof Commerce,
the Merchants' Asmclatlon and the In
(Continued from Page 7)
VALUABLES ARE TAKEN FROM
THROUGH PASSENGER'S BAGGAGE
Josppli It. Upplucott, nml Carl Wor-
tiiqn, the expert engineers' bioiiKht to
Honolulu by the O.ihu Sugar Com
pany, have practically decided iiihiii
the plans for tho great Irrigation tun
nel that will bring water front tho
windward sldo watersheds Walaholu
rind Walkane, and spread It over the
cane-llelds, according to Infotmatlou
obtained from reliable authority. A
favorable report on the general pin
Ject for thu big tunnel, tigethcr plans
ami estimates, arc expected soon by
tho directors laid stockholders.
A jlurmel (apablu. of carrying 100,-
i,iiii,uiio gjiious or water daily in llooil
time, designing for!u minimum of js.-
(HlO'.OCO and onstlng In tin) neighlijr-
liuiiil of $l,GOi),000 Is tho plan now-
worked out niter tho experts have
studied tlio two previous surveys madn
uiid tlio plans drawn up at various
times by other engineers.
Since their arrival on August 9, tho
exports havp becnyiut on tho ground
suuiying conditions ami prepjriii!!
their, data for u report mi tho sub
ject. Homo preliminary lines were
run. before but this was all they hid
to work on. The scheme they are
working on at tho present tlmo will j
Involve nn enormous outlay of capi
tal 'amounting In all probability to
about ono and a halt millions and al
though it will not bo by any means
it world beater It will bo far and
away ahead of anything carried out
In these Islands,
Tho general Idea Is to wart tunnel
ling at tho head of tho Wslnholo
gulch on tho other sldo of the Island
and bring thp water through la a di
rect lino to the head of tho Wahlawa
gulch, this nlde. From thcrn It will
bo taken to where It oan host be dis
tributed by means of ollin ditches.
Ninety Per Cent Tunnels.
There will bo a big lot of timiiellln
to bo douo on the Job as It Is cstl-
(Continued on Page 2)
its' mkL". wmsssineRtaBBm
Tho victim of it thief In Vancouver,
II. (, from which city sho sailed July
II for Australia, Mrs. I.. Hepburn took
hteps to recover her valuables upon tho
arrival of tho stcunikhlp Kcnhiudlit In
this port yesterday,
Mrs. Hepburn did not discover her
loss until two days outpt Vancouver,
and upon tho ndvleo of thu steaiiiKhlp
otllclals sho cabled thu Vancouver olllco
of ttie C. P. It., over which lino sho
arrived from tho Hunt shortly tieforo
thu sailing or tho vessel, As tho bag
uago was cheelied through from Uoi
tou. It Is believed that tho railroad
company may bo held responsible
Tho inlssln? articles were described
ns follows: One diamond ring set with
live stones, ouu pink ennieo brooeli, one
set gold collar pins and a small eollec
Hon of V. S. cuius. A pearl ring, Ilia
must vuluublo article In th? suitcase,
wus not touched. This Is believed by
thu owner to bo duo to tho fact that
It was set with stones varying In shades
from grey to brown, and because of Its
peculiar coloring might bo enslly
Mrs. Hepburn Is en ruutq to her homo
lii'Australlu lifter n live years' sojourn
In Huston, and Is iiecompanled by her
sister. Miss Williams.
JAPAN COMMISSION liOES TO COAST
With tho arrival of tho new liner
rlhiinyn Mnru of tho Toyo Klsen Kill
slia line, on September S. will como a
number of distinguished Japanese, who
luivo been authorized by their-government
to proceed to California, to study
tho' condition of tho Japanese residents
Included among them will be two
members of tho Japnneso Diet, nml
three editors, all of whom uro well
k;iwn writers In Japan. Tho .scribes
Mo good Hngllsli scholars, nml It will
bo their duty to wrlto complete nrti
ties regarding thu condition of tho
Jaiuneso'iix they II nil It In California.
They uro Instructed also to 'send their
reports' to Jupnn as soon as possible so
that they can bo printed and publish
ed In thu Japanese press throughout tlio
During tlio stay liinrt of tho Jap
aneso liner Sliunyo Mum, tho oinnifsn
rlcs wllj bo entcrtnlned by tho local
POPE PIUS IS
RE-SURVEY OF ISLANDS BY U. S.
OFFICIALS SOON CONSIDERED
(Associated Prss Cable.)
ROME, Italy, Aug. 19. The pope was
able to attend mats today.
ARIZONA WILL GET
STATEHOOD AT LAST
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 19. Tha
Arizona statehood bill, witli the provi
sions for' recall of the judiciary to be
eliminated from the constitution, pass
ed the House today. The President, it
is stated, will now approve it.
Honolulu n month from this time, lie
will bo allowed all assistant, Ho will
examine thu situation and If It Is de
cided to make an entire resurvcy, a
ship will bu sent tp assist In tho work
The only rniiso for hesltatlun In und
ertaking tho revision Is tho limited up-
proprlatlon available. Tho sum of
25,000 for work and $170,000 for ex
penses. ,1s on hand lit (Ids time. , It
must epver all that Is done In the
Philippines, Hawaii, Alaska and along
tho Paclllc Coast.
If Mr. Clanger comes to Honolulu he
Islands, with thu exception of Ouhu, oiwlll bring a nice little romance with
which the city of Honolulu Is located. Mm. Ho vM'ts to bo married In
will bo resurveyed und a now hydro- nbout one month. The Intended bride
graphic chart liiade. This will Include Is Miss Owen, secretary to ltepresen
tho entire coast hue, with tlio exeep- tutli o Hayes of California, who brought
thin of u few harbors that have alreadyithe young unman hero with blm from
been resurveyed. Tho Island of Oahu'San Jose. Hho Is bright, uttractlvu and
was resurveyeil last February. Tlils'good looking.
work will bu undertaken for tho pur-1 Mr. Clanger Iswi young man, but lit
poso of revision. tie past thrty, and Is In high standing
If tliu plan Is mado operative, Mr.vllli his superiors of the Coast and CJ-
Ouuger will be ordered to proceed to mletlc Survey.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hpeelnl 11 ii I let I n Currespuudrnce.)
WASHINGTON. 1). C, Aug. C A
resurvcy or tlio Hawaiian islands is
being seriously considered by tho Coast
iiml ti.iiil. lie Hiirvey omciais. a uuai
determination of tho matter will bu
reached within one 111011111." All tho
tentative plans have been outlined and
will bu ready for Immediate execution.
The program is to send John J; (lun
ger of tJiV Cous'tjiiiu'l Geodetic Survey
to ,Hoinilufii, whero'ho wilt lie stationed
(or approximately two years. All tho
Board of Fire Underwriters
Takes Action for Which
Public Has Been Asking
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT ' , ;
SLASH IN SOME CLASSES
Newly Formed Company Fa
vored Decrease. Basis Now
Offers Opportunity for Fur
Kire Insurance rates liato already
been cut by the board of llro unjer
wrllcis. Action wus taken iqiletiy
several days ago liylio'lHijtMiJIt'iiaB'jiM
neon learned, to mase wnat'iinionaiH
to a twent.Vrllve per cent icilu;jnji oijjj;
dwelling uouso rates mat win nnj:ii
a, largo part or'tlieC local, nnderwrlting!
Tills action ha? comd after years of,
discussion 011 the parti of j tlio imbltc,
.tho. piess and the nudorwrliers them-'
solves. Kor several years past from
time to time niiuiniiirement lac. boon
mailu that tho raterf would be cut. as .
soon us. tho Are ileparttnent was prui""
vl.dcd with inoru ciiulpment, tho
wiiter-nplns wore rojuvouated or oth- '
er flrc-protectlon plans matured. Tho '
11 11 lie tin n few weeks ago pub
lished assurances from tho board that"
tlio rates would bo diopped when the
motor flre-lrucks aio put into opera
tion. Now, howover, comes tho ac- '
thin ahead of the tlmo It waa exiwct
ed. Moreover, Secretary flurrey of tho
board, who ronllrms tho reports that
tho rates on certain classes of dwelling-houses
have been cut twenty-llvo
per cent, says that tho arrangement
gives a working basis "for further re-,
diicllons. It Is largely a rearrange
ment of existing systems of charges.
Tor Instanco, under the old meth
ods of rating, a dwelllug-liouso with
n slovo-plpo In It would be charged
(Continued on Page 5)
ALL FOR KUHIO
30,000 NEW ENGLAND
LABORERS PAID OFF
( fiiwelal n u 1 1 M I n Cable.)
BOSTON, Mais.. Aug. 19,-Over 30,
000 New England cotton and wool op
eratives will be laid off owing to the
dulness of tho trade.
SIGNED BY PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 19
President Taft today signed the cam
paign publicity bill.
HEALTH BOARD CHIEF
IS NOT YET NAMED
Oovernor 1-Year this morning said
that hn Is not yet ready to anuuiineo
thu appointment of 11 president of tho
Hoard of Health, although his previous
statements have been generally taken
TOGO LEAVES TOWN
OF BAKED BEANS
to mean that ho will nnmo Health Of
llcer J. S. H. Pratt. BOSTON, Mass, Aug. 19. Admiral
It Is understood that tho Oovernor Togo was belter today and continued
wishes to confer further with tho Ilo- .hi tr'P'
publican Territorial central committee,
ulilch has not been In favor of en-
SAN' ITtANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 19.
dorslng Pratt. Tho nppohitnient Is now ii(.,,t: ks analysis, 11s. Id.; parity,
expected next Monday. n.Olie, Previous quotation, 11s. 3d.
Unnnlmously ugreclng thnt It can not
tiudti'taku tho construction of tho uu-
llldlhed Ntiuuntl aveiiuu us 11 part of
Its 1-U road work, the Oahu loan fund
commission this morning passed u res
olution respectfully Informing thu
board of supervisors that "It can not
co Its way clear to do tho work.
This was thu must Important action
taken at a meeting of tho commission
held at 11:30 oVIock In tho mayor's
olllco, with alt members of tho board
present ('hiilniMii Andrew Adams, Su
pervlsor S. l liwlght, Secretary T. 11.
I'ertle, Mayor l-Yrn and Superintendent
of Public Works Marston CiuipJell, to
gelher with tho board's consulting en
gineer, (1. II. Hero.
Nuuami aveiiuo Is at present In an
iinllnlshed condition ami tho board of
supervli-nrs has been deferring further
work Ihele III the liopo that thai loan
fund comuiliislon would ngree to llulxli
the Job as pait of thu belt roud con
struction and thus defray tho expense
out of tho Territorial Instead of thu
city treasury. Now, however, tho city
must Itself do thu work.
Tho commission uImi discussed fur
ther tho plans and speclllcatluns for
thu belt road, Soma delays havo arisen
in getting tho right of way on the oth
er sldo of the Island, but objections
Will be overcome either by agreement
or through condemnation proceedings.
Temperatures 6 a. in., IB', S a, 111.,
7!i; 10 a. 111., 76; noon, 81; morning
Ilarometer, 8 a. m., 29.'.uj; absolute
humidity, S a. 111., 7.2G-J grains per cubic
foot; relative humidity, S 11. 111., 78 per
cent.; dew point, i a. 111., 71!.
Wlud-G 11. in., velocity C, direction
Nl-l; S a. m velocity 1, direction 'Ni:.;
10 a. m., velocity 8, direction NI'.'; noon,
velocity II. direction Nil.
Italnfall during 21 hours ended S 11,
111, .OS Inch, Total wind movement
during 21 hours ended ut noon, lb'1
Home Rule President Says,
Governor Frear is Mak
Charles K. Nolley. president of tlio"
Homo ltuln party, refuses to declare
dluiHcir In fiivor ol Delegate. Kuhlo ns
guwruor to succeed rreur. Tlie Homo
ltule leader malntnlns unon-conimHtal
attitude 111 regard lojbo situation, de
claring that botli of llin iii'ii uro good
for thu position. He arrived tills morn
ing from HuinukiiK.
Tho Homo Uulu party, at least tho
local whig o( It, has been getting
stronger und stronger for I'.ulilo.
Thu llouiu llulers uro of tlu, opinion
that Delegate Kal'iulauaolo would make
11 good governor. If appointed by tho
President alter 1'Year'B term expires.'
Notley said that Hoveriior I'rear Is
eiiiully us guod us Deleguto Kullo and
that each ouu of them Is good enough
to be governor of thu Trrltnry.
"I'rear is ciimlly us good us Kuhlo,"
mid Notify tills morning. "They can
llll tlio oitloo of governor all right. It
Kuhlo accepts the appointment of gov
ernor at the expiration f I'rear's term,
then ho can ccrtii'uly llll tho hilt Willi
credit and with dignity. What tho
ptoplu want Is to havo 11 governor wltti
good common .sense. This iiuullllcutloit
I mil sure Kuhlo has."
Next Monday morning a meeting will
bo held III Nolley Hull for tho purpose.
It Is said, of discussing the guberna
torial situation. Noley, who will re
turn to Ids homo next Tuesday morn
ing, will probably pvesldo at tho meet
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