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Monfcolln Uigust 28
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l.urllno August 29
Mnrama . . . . . September lfi
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
FEDERAL HEALTH EXPERT
Attempted organization n (lio long-'
shoremen of thn city Into :i union
nlUllutod Willi tlio American Fcdeiu-
IIdii of l.abnr Iirtn nlicudy started ills-
iiiptluii. according to Information
froni incmbeis of tho local poolus' or
lougshuicincu's widely. I
A meeting of llui longshoremen was
1 1 If it last night In Notify Mall, lint
I'.'iiuo near bieaklng up In n light. A
ipiariul between oppjslng ructions
wan averted liv tlio coolness of somo
:f I he aged nml conservative mem
Arcordlng to what members say,
the trouble Iniil Uh oilgln In dissatis
faction ocr tlio alleged action of I'ro
shlonl Charles Knueko.i In planning
negotiations with mulnlaiii labor otll-
rials without taking the lugiulzutlou
hero into bis conlldenro, Kuvtrul (oinnilKHlon, tin. spending of tlio ss.iii,
woeks. !W tbo 11 11 lie till printed IM) lyviilvlug fmul mill also confer
tho fart that Kniickua was tullciu",Xijli;fliel board of health as to mat
oT unionizing tho ptolus Item on main-, jors "iji. general. ,
land principles hut It appeals fronl, Captain Curler, who Is an M. O.
wbut momliciM s.ilil after tho meeting, nlno will eomo hern at the expense
last nlsht Hint the ioolas a a whole,
luno not been consulted. '
Last ntglit inero was 10 navo neon
rhctlou of onicurs, but some of the
niKkpiil otlklalu' ,lld mil niiiii-ar audi
submit their reirts. Thereupon somo'
of those present wauled to send for.
the olllcei-H and ask their presence,1
others wanted to throw out tbo ofli
eeis and fleet n new lot lunl tbo rl'ish
of their oppo-dng Ideas wan what pre
cipitated the tumble.
Tbeie soenii to he no utunlmoiw
movcmuiil whatevor anmng tho joo
las to ntllllato with the mainland long
hhoi'ineu's orguiilzutlon. Aceonllug
lo iiew'H from 1 1 Mo. ami from D.iUd
Cwallko, Iho labor agitator there, a
meeting Is lo bo belli hero nut Sat
urdiy in Not ley Hall. If thin l so.
the lifiWH Jiiih been Kept pielly ipilet
locally, for fow nf Iho lHiolas can1
In round who say they hnvo beard
nnj thing alnut It except wb.it they
raw finni llllo. ,
THINK EBEN LOW
. WILL RUN FOR
V III ft I I III
r.bcu l.nw la piepitlng to Inimdi
his candidacy lor mayor of Iho city
and county or Honolulu, according to
a ioort that was curicnt among tbo
political wlso imcH todiy, and It Is
expecteil that the "Insurgent Hepuh-
llcau" f tbo biard of supervlsoiH will
iilliiw his wishes In tbo nutter to be,-
come public hefora long
As a m.iller of fact, It Is said tint
Low told Mayor Forji yesterday fiiit
bo would bo 11 candidate! agilnst him
If Fern sboulil 11111 again. This oitiM
nut ho continued today.
Low's iielhltli'.s on tbo board ol
KiipervlsoiK ami his cxcuihIiiiih lulu
tbo realm of leadership are looked
upon us significant. Several or .ho
supervisors think that bo will bo a
eandldato for tbo Uopubllcan nonilua-
lli.ii I iiur linu lipnn iill.t fiT tlm indu? '
fiutspokeii of tho members or tho pro
I'rnt hoard, as well as onu of tlio iiuut
G. A. R. NAMES NEXT
(H Ill llllllnt lu C.llile.)
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 25 The
Grand Army of the Republio.pt its an
nual encampment here today elected
Goneral Trimble commander-in-chief
for tho next year and chose Los An
Deles as the next meeting place.
CAPT. CARTER OF
CANAL ZONE FORCE
A Federal medical export Is com-'
Ing to Hawaii to Investigate tilt.) local
lionttli Kltiiiitlon, Tlln nniiio Ih Capt,
"l," " -"'. "" " "-
' " U. S. l'nbllo Health mill Murliiu
Itiimors of'lhe coming or a Federal
man linvu been out hoforo nml lint
Iho Ilrht inatcilnllzatlou caino tills
iiiiuiiIiik t Governor Frear In tho
form of n cablegram from WnBhlng-
ton. The expert will conic without
balmy, bis expenses being paid by
Capt. Carter lias been tho rlght
lininl ninii ol Colonel William C.1 Go'
gas of Panama 7.0110 faiuo ami will
tako up tho ipiestlon of tho Kcuural
henllh of tho city with tho sanitary
of tho Tonltni), Tbo fSturiniir ci-
(men consent 10 inai uiraivevmcuLinis
ns. wu. w;u nvip uui uiu coir.
mission In maWnjT pcrnianenl plans
lor Hie future' and also Uuuiiorary
plans for' tbo Kiiemllng of tho rowilv-"
ESTIMATES FOR PEARL
ROAD SHOW PLAN
"The City and County of Honolulu
will hnvo sulllclent available funds ai
baiiil by tho last of tho year to more
1 nun I'uit-r 1110 cosi 01 a 1010 iiriu
leading Into tho natal reservation at,
reari 11.11 nor. nihiisieii diiu iiieinoer
I of tho board of supenlso.s this morn-'
Ing. At pieront tlmo tlio way lead-!
lug to tho domain of Uuclu Samuel'
lis mainly paed wllh mlio and good ,
Intentions. Tbeto Is onu htrlp of,
highway which Is pronounced as hn'.
"Land Lucked" McCandlcsj onro
upon a tlmo mailo history anil lurl-
dentally an unsuccessful attempt In'
reach burdpau on ibis roadway by
the means of a pile driving oulllt
After much elToit. lieriillulloii nil I
poihaps piofanity had been expended.
tbo painful dlBcocry was made that
tho I'uulii.i road Bhoiibl lu dccarec
by tbo government as a nnUgutnhlo
rUcam and that a dredger was far
1,1010 satlsrnctory than the ordinary
Cam Money la nt Hand,
'Iho city fullier nro belting asldo
fmir thousand dollars each month aR
sinking fund for permanent Im-
proeniont. Tlio iiiiimIIoii bns been
biougbt up that this sum which, bus
now lucioasol lo generous piosirtlous
might as well be devoted to building
u sultablo road to l'oarl llirlmr naval
babe. Tbo orlglml purposo of tho
four thousand laid asldo etch month
was fur paving of Hint sirllou of
(Rlieelal Hill let 1 11 Wireless.)
IIII.O, Aug. IR. R. It Illancbard,
Territorial food commissioner who has
been milking Investigation Into the ob
servance of the pure food and drug
laws here, ilcelaitd today that llllo
Mida wuter Is bad. Ho condemns tbo!. ',""K0 "' J- "1,ls' ''s W
use of succbarln mid of bad coloring
m.iterlul. Ho kiivu tlm local mi rubiiutH
li month In which tu iemedy ni.illvrs.'cliargo were llioso of deseitlon,
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
shopmen of the system are prepared
Ing fund bytho board of health. With ,0 rlke demanding recognition of
tho hoard or henllh he will go Into "ir federation, the fixing of a day
matters In a broad way. wl"' "n eight-hour limit, and an In-
Tho Oovornor wrnlo'to the dipiit- " ' 0Ot. Preparations are be
mqnt or tho Interior somo llmu ngo lnB " bX rallriad official for a bit
and nsKed whether Capt. Carter ter labor wr-
would he available for n tilp down
bcie. In st.'itlng tho fact tills morn
ing bo said -Vo wrote," but did not
specify who "wo"' arc.
Capt. Cnitur'r knowl?dgc of tho
hanltallon l oxperlcj lo 13 luv.ilii-'
able, lie will bo. In a position parti
cularly to glo ail vies on handling
the mnsqultn problrm. as tho canal
roneclenu-np Bcpud has been emhi-j (Pp.clnl itullutln c.itil.)
ently successful In lighting tho mos- WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 25. The
tlUcs. third battalion of the Second Infantry
The known attitude of Urlg.-Clen. was today ordered lo Schofield Bar
.Maeomh In fawir of oiginlr.ed sanl- rack, Hawaii, September 5.
union woik to rieuii-up me city nnH
gltnn rise to the e.on?(turo that tho
comnnmler of tbo nillllnry district
of Hawaii and the chief executive of
II11. Tirrttfitv linvn tirfili!ililv Wfkrke.l
'In harmony in securing the coming oil
CajitACarJ!i It Is .pointed out, tbrt
(lie army ofllclals and Iho department'
will ho weil satisfied' If-u Federal o.-
per goes Into the, s;nl!ary situation
hero and pan
ieuirt on It lo tbo do-
King street as lies In tho lrlnlly of
tbo public imikets. Tbo contention
Is m.ido tli.it no permanent paving
is piisaiino uniil u. o woik ill laying
new sewer pipe mill water mains Is
eompii'ieo, 1110 leriiiouai iuoiic
winks has this mutter under eousld-
oration hut tbo last word from that
branch of tbo Terillnrlnl bervleo was,
to' tho offect Hint tho now plies wuiild
not he placed undeigrouinl nilicli lie-!
foie tbo flist or middle p.irt of next
Within (he past few dajs eonsld-
eialile iuessuro has been brought tn
bear upni nioniberv of Iho supenl-,
wulal road ronimlttee with tho ox-
pertatiou that they would ho Induced
lo see the prlmo necessity or Homo
sort of highway connecting Honolulu
and l'oarl llaibor. City ami County
Kiisrlneer floio niico gao a rough es-
tlinalo of tbo coast of this road at
1 thirty thournml dollars.
But Three Miles Required.
j ' "Thoro iieoil not bo over three nillcr.
of now load eonsli noted to completo
; it decent roadway from Honolulu lo
j the naa1 station,'' slated Major Fern
this morning. . hand them a gold brick. !
"I belU'M) inni Investigation that Although bo would llko lo get away
I Imp Just completed that tho. lie- lo tlm Coast for 11 trip durliyr next
ressary mad can be built for about month, bo stated till" morning that ho
six thousand dollais a mile, It might wus not going, Among tlm attractions
cost more hut tho total should not on the mainland uro the lonfcrcnco of
exceed twenty or twenty-dvo thous- governors, tbo criminology nsnocla
uml dollars at thn most, lion's meeting and that of tho Amerl-
(Continued on Page 1)
1'ood fnininlsfclouer lllunrhard
return to Honolulu today, u. H. Dls.
trlcl Attorney llreikous will also re-
(urn from his vacation,
Judgo W. J. Robinson lias granted.
""''I"' ''- silvu tils dlrorco from Slur-
Kiirel hlivit. 'I lie grounds of tbo
Advertising Keeps Thfe Business Tide Flowing
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. 10
MAY M WITH
(Auwlii'ti-) rrn Cat.li.)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 25.
The Impending strike situation on the
Hrriman system has reached an acuta
stage today. It is announced that tha
(An.ocl.iln1 rip Caltlf-.t
NEW YORK, N. Y Aufi. 25 News
was received here today.that tha Amer
ican .Museum scientific expedition to
orth has discovered a race In
Arctic British Columbia the members
.of jrvlilch have never teen either white
man or inaian.
.TERRIBLE WRECK CAUSED.
RY DEFECTIVE RAILS
1 MANCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 25
Twenty-five persors were killed and
t-xyy niurec n iy.t wrack of a train
near ,er( cau,cd by defective rails.
, m ,
FREAR GOES TO
HAWAII SEPT. 8
fiovrrnor Prenr will In all probabll-
Ity leave for lliiwall oil Hepleintwr 8.
This Is In neoord.mce with tho plana lie
has for making 1111 Inspection of tbo
luuilivtrail lumli down there ami also
Inciulrlng Into tlm miHoiih iiroposltlous
ubout which he has been upproaehed
from time, to time.
While In llllo ho will very likely
hnvo wimothlng to say about the ur-
moiy lle, the cxtenloii of tbo railroad
'and tlm opening of that 2000-acro tract
for building lots about which ho was
written. Tlure U iilxo the matter ot
explaining to the supervisors on that
Island that the last Legbd.ituru did nut
can liar Association.
OVER 5 CENTS
Alexander llaldwln received the
following cablegram today from their
New York correspondent;
"Raw lonikft strong: advance ex-
peeled Spot biigars olfered 5.53'Je.
fuvorublu weather In Europe."
8AN .-RANCIfifO. Cut.. Aug
n,.,th; gK mmlysls, ISs.; pnilty,
I'revloiis iiiutalluu, Its, Ud,
j dends with satisfying regularity. One 'ff
-' fa ti mntm flml cur A Ilia otllAr. 19
Flies Into New York City
J AortP ft yi
3 I 1 sJ l?Mi A
' lSrO oc
lAsnoctnlct Pitm Cdhln.)
NEW YORK, N. YM Aug. 25 Harry
N. Atwood, the aviator who started
from, St. Louis for tho longest aero
plane flight ever attempted, gained his
ooalf today when he landed at Govern-1
or'a Icland. His trip covered about
1365 miles. He was 28 hours and 31
minutes within the twelve days that
he had set as him. mark. Ha made
twenty stops on'the Journey. The flight
was made for a prize of $10,000 offered
by Victor J. Evans, an attorney .of
POPE OUTLINES PLANS FOR '.
NEW MIIIKIII GIRLS' HOME
Hiiix rlntnuli lit of IMiicntlon Willis
T l'np li prepnrlntf liU mitt-H for tbo
iirchlteits to study fur the new Girls'
Industrial Homo at Mullllll. Hit Is
working iiliing the lines of the Whlt-
Ibr litiiiui which ho mw Just outside of
I.os Angeles during his recent trip to
' It N built on what Is known us tho schemes Jir working the liiHtltiitlon us
mtlUKu ptuii, nnd there will bo two ubtuln at Whlttler. Tho most Impnrt
liiilluliigs tri-iteil hero besides tbo ex- nut of these Is to have the girls all
.ecullvo iiuirlirs. In tho vxiciitlvewlll In i iimpiiiilvH ("ouipiiny A Is tlm high
li two claHxioiims. a small library unit est to wbleb they can work, mid when
Istudy. two workrooms, unii nf which
will ho a sewing room, und thu laundry,
In the cottagu there are nil manner I
if new things us fur as such buildings
In the Territory nro concerned. In tho
haseiiient will be a huge plungo bath stances. Nothing definite, bus been
ami playgrounds On tlm next lloor will I done, yet, but latir on, utter lin bus
bo kitchen oiid'dbilng room, a smnlMiad a conciliation with Mrs, Wilcox
olllce. parlor and other necessary. nnd some or the other ladles, he will
rooms. Upxtnlrs again will be the dor-be nblc to como to sometlilng certain,
m i -
WILL NOT NAMEMAINLAND BOYS
After moro llian an hour's dlrcuv
tlou today, tho Itcpubllrau Territorial
central committee decided to take ail
absolutely non-committal attltudo on
the Indorsement of a superintendent
ATtor Iho session was over, Chair
man Cooper annnuncod that the com
mittee will report to thi Governor
that It will not tnko a stand In tho
matter nt nil. 'Ho would no', my who
had been considered but It Is under
stood that S. T. Starred, tha coast
man, .fared O. Smith and Wnlter K.
Shaw were nil cpoken of. It Is knowi
(hat Smith bad somo stiff opixisltlon
on the commit'eo, nnd there wus also
a feeling against the employment of
u man fiom tbo coast
Mr. Cooper rays that so far as be
knows tifino of tho members of tbo
committee will oven uuolllclally uso
mltorles eapahln ofboldlug llfty girls.
When there urn only half tho nuiiiher
In. then Mime of the beds will be taken
down mid nioro loom ulluweil. At tho
Ha mo time they 11m proposing to lie
rapuble of liulillng llfty. ,'
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1HU rUptTlllK'IIIIVlU 111 llirif l I'lmnillK
to try-mid entry out somo of tho miiiio
they get there they nro allowed
sorts of little fiiMirs.
Thn whole attempt of tlm schema
will be to niuke It us much like homo
life us Is possible under the clrcuni
JAY COME HERE
llnwall as a summer vacation cimp
tor' boys 1 from llju mainland Is a plan
on which Glial les T. Flits, principal
or the I'unahim preparatory school,
Is now working. .Mr. Fills conduct
ed tho recent boys'- camp on Molo-
kal and found It bi much of a suc
cess that ho hopes tp extend Iho Idea
to tho mainland next summer.
Sccrotniy W. A. Ilryaii of Iho l'nb
llo 'Service Association, which Is tak
ing' u gioat Interest lu booming Ha
waii ns a summer vacation spot, Is
heartily in accord wllh the I1I0.1 ot Iho
I lieiieiu 111.11 1110
plan will prove prucllncblc, and that
Hawaii may uecoiuu a oig v.icaiion
pleasure resort for high school young
sters under the cure of an Instructor,
I'.u said todaj.
llawull 11a n siiininer
I '"-.aHe x LM.aBBBBBBsV 1
vucatlon spot bhoiibl bo and Is hlRBet In 1111 tlm ureal m.meuv.w, In wlilcli
their liilluenco for or against tiny of .shown mi much Interest lu Iho prog
the candidates. ' (Continued on 'Page 2)
1 l H
Live merchant! Invest their money In V
newipaper space with the ,aame assur- '.) , fTj
nnce that would govern their buying JS
rllt.edged securities. Both pay divl- S
PRICE 5 CENTS.. 1
FOR CITY IS
Supervisors Want Public to
Say What It Wants Done
DOWNTOWN WORK HELD
BACK BY CHANGES
Installation of New Water-
System Will Delay Road
work In Business Section for
An Important iiuestlon of policy, nf-
1 citing street liupioveiiieiits hi Hono
lulu Immediately ainl In 5 ears tu come.
Is now confronting the supervisors ami
will cuipe up for formal uetlon within
a short time. This Is tlm policy to bo
pill sued lu paving tho city's slreeK
Undr 11 resolution passed by tho
present bunnl, ilvOO monthly Is set
aside uh 11 fund fur permanent paving.
Under tlm prestut cuiidltlons, It Is be
gluing lo 'look to the supervisors who
hnvo studied the Uestluu as If practi
cally no downtown paving inn be dune
for ujiur.nl li-ust, umMlit; Miperylsori
npw lire considering tbo uso of this
I Jtnoo rorthijlug idled macadam on
UlreetH ouUlde of the bdslriess section.
I Knpervlor,"IIarry Murray said today
I that no iiirmiiiKit: paving can be laid
downtown until after tho. renovated
vvatir system Is c.itnullslicd, vtbtcl. In
eludes the laying of new pipes lu many
streils. It W a fact that thu board Is
held back by Its plans for paving on
account, of tlm coiitcmpltilcd changes
ln the wuter system. It Is estimated
Unit It will lie 'i year In-fore tbo
changes In the water system aro made,
and by that llmu the board y'ould huvo
J.Mi.iiOCi or so piled up and meunwhllo
the city would be no bettir off ill tbo
wuy of paving.
"Wo should tike to ttuvc, tills ques
tion iiiusldtleil by tho public," sal J
SupirvUor Murray this morn lug. "Wo
can lay ulbd macadam 011 the outsldo
streets, suih us Kalukuuj avenue, I tint
Is pruUlcully pcrinuniiit, at Ironi llfty
to Miventy-llve eenls a urd. What Is
cullid really permanent paving would
cost three dollars or so. Now it is u,
iliiestlou If It would not be better fur
us tu use our special fund on the out
side districts, wberu there Is little It
nny change to be inude lu the wuter
pipes, than to allow all of the street
lo go uupuvcU.
"Ity spending this fund on outside
reels, wo will be lu much better po
sition lliiniieUlly to do work on tha
downtown M reels when thu water pipes
"II Is n matter of pulley that needs
direful contlderatlou. The public: bus
a right 16 be consulted 011 this, and wo
should like to hear."
Ho now Is n chance fur the public to
say what It wauls, before thu policy
Is decldid upon Instead of afterwards,
MAY GET IN ON
Hawaii's Nnlluiiat Gu.irihmeu may
be seen hi maneuvers In cooperation
with the sen and laud forces that will
bu Hung around lu military formation
..l., Iho I' mllle .roller H....I nti.l Inr.
,.,, IIotlUa ,irrlVu ,.,. l)l0 ,.l8t 1)f
Colonel J, W. Jones, adjutant-gen-tral,
said today that there Is a possi
bility Hint llio X'titlon.'il flioiril tn.ii
cuse ,ot, tie Cl)il8t artillery and tint
j. .! ,','guiirdsineii woidd bo III the land foices.
I The war and navy department have.