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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRljfcffiY OF HAWAlC WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
llonoltilnn ,..., September G
American Maru ......September G
Per. Sin Franoleoot
Inn-line i, August 2IK
Mnrntnit : September 16-
Mnkura ..'., KeptemberU ,.
No. 5018. '
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V i t .'
:e controversy is settled
BELT ROAD MAN
(Special Bulletin Wireless.)
HILO, Aug. 30. Robert K. Bishop,
first deputy state highway commis
sioner of Iho Slate of ,Ncw York, was
today-appointed belt road cng(ncor by
the Hawaii loan fund commission. lie
has had charge of the maintenance of
o)l macadam highways In tlieHtnto of
New ;York for- several years.
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v Active work toward the Bishop
street extension tho allied mprovt
nicnts In tne "downtown business sec
tion has already been begun by trie
Bwhop street commission, the third
member "of 'which,, Frank B McBtock
Or, waa announced only yesterday.
Tho commission trcM 'two meetings
this morning, one a preliminary dis
cussion with Superintendent Maraton
with lhVd6vurnor over IU powess
and 'duties,- '
Col. "J. H. Boner1 will In all prob
ability be named chairman of the
commission. He was. named by tho
merchants' association. Tho other
members are McStocker, named by
the chamber of commerce and Charles
Httstace, Jr., 'named by tho property-
owners interested In the big Improve
ment' plan. , !
Tho Governor commissions Iho three
men to make plans for tho Bishop
street extension, tho closing of Union
street and other allied matters, One
of the most Important duties of the
commission will bo to roach n basis
of agreement among tho various pro
perty-ownors so that the Improve
ment may be carried through without
court proceedings. s
"The commlslon will glvo the
greatest publicity to Its actions," said
Col. Soper this morning "We do not
believe In star-chamber sessions. This
Is a matter In which tho public Is
vitally interested and the public has
a right to know everything we do
We shall ask tho cooperation of the
public and expect to be above-board
In everything all our acts. Tho pres
will be given ovory opportunity to
keep tho public Informed as to what
Is holng done,
"Tho .Bishop' street extension la
one of the most Important public Im
provements the city has fcver consid
ered, and wo have overy hbpo that we
can successfully carry out plans for
Governor Frear this morning ap
pointed Prof, Arthur R, Koller of the
College of Hawaii to fill tho vacant
place pn the board of health,
"Wo have business men and doc
tors on tho board' he said, "and I
think that It Bhould he. to our ad
vantage to have an engineer and es
pecially one who has given. attontlon
to sanitary mjittcrs, Mr. Keller will
alto bo tho connecting link between
iho sanitary commission and (ho
board of health.
"The board wjll have o deal with
many problems during the next fow
years Ihat'csfl for engineering know
ledge and Mr. Keller should be a
good man as ho Is qualified fa- these
Clarence Linden Crnbbo was ap
pointed yesterday as administrator of
the estate of the late II. 0. Crabbe
and an Inventory Is to be filed with
in sixty days.
Basis Of Agreement Provides
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For Lands Not To Interfere
Following a sories of conferences
between Governor Frcar and Senator
a. H. Fairchild, and a still longer
scries of negotiations between Iho
Oovornor, the liind board, tho Inu'd
commissioner und' sovcral Individuate,
announcement was made bv tho Qov-
ernor this morning that n scttlemcnil
oi tno Kaaa land leases has at last
A basis of agreement as to tho lo
cations of the lands to bo covered
by tho leases as secured at the lat
est conference this morning between
the Governor and Senatoft.Fatrchild.-
Tn. (.rma nf th. I.dbb tinil Ia
Tore been practically agreed upon
Tho Governor thinks that tho nego
tiations, which have extended over
mor.tba0,year and figured,, In leg
islative and executive circles con-
stayrtWwibcc1djiwbjrjrtJyrMiQjnatter.and take It up again .from
Details of the agreement were ''not where It left off when tho Governor
given out by the Governor this morn- Intervened.
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MAUI TIMBER FIGHT HINGES
ON QUESTION OF WHETHER
ALGEROBA TREE IS TIMBER
Is an algeroba troo a timber trco?
On this point hinges tho cntlro flght
over tho Wnlolnill-Kcokci home
steads, brought tq a climax when
warrants wcro issued and flvo men
arrested yesterday for cutting tim
ber on the land. They wero cutting
Thero will be a special mooting of
tho land board tomorrow afternoon
to take up the matter, Tho question
as to whether tho Incoming home
steaders havo any right to mako a
kick or not Is a complicated ono and
attorney General Alexander IJndsay
-Tr., acting under Instructions from
Governor Frcar this nmynlng, took up
lie has not como to any decision
yet although ho hns unearthed the
fact that according to the eighth Ha
MANEUVER EXPERIMENTS TO BE
UNDERTAKEN BY ALL ARMY POSTS
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special II u I let In Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON, D.,C Aug 17. Tho
WUr Department is arrunglng to ex
tond tho experiments undertaken by
the maneuver division at Bun Antonio,
how disbudded, to tho regular army
posts throughout tho country. As the
flrnt step, the cavalry ttlll bo reor
ganised Into larger, units. The great
est dllllculty emountered by cuwilry
officers, It Is said, bus been the lack
of a conjmand lurgo enough for prac
It Is proposad to establish a cavalry j
dIMslon, consisting of rour regiments,
at or In tho vicinity of Fort Riley,
Kan. The. Initial moe probably will
bo tho vending of another roglmcnt
to Fort Klley, which
will complete a j
In the cavalry reorganization the uo
of wireless telegrnph by the mounted
branch probably will be developed. It
Is also likely that experiments will be
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lifyTjMtpt,.haiho stated that a now
llno'laito'hc surveyed below tho pro
Rcnt Kapaa homesteads, and tho lands
leased by tho Kami man will bo no
'situated that It In the futuro tho Ter
ritory wishes to open up moro home
steads, It may da so without Inter
fering with tho cane-Holds. The cx
ijet details of locations will havo to
bo worked out- by engineers, Tho
basis of the agreement seems to' bo
that tho areu Included In tho loose
Is to be out of tho way of" tho homo
All tho clauses that havo been pub
lished before, such as arrangements
for a one crop lease and the other
details are still, to be Included. Tho
leaso will be mado out and It Is not
expected thero will bo any further do
lay In connection with tho matter.
ine land ooara -win now aeai wiui
waiian report, nlgcroba
cd as timber.
is not class-
(Speclnl Bulletin Correspondence.)
WAIMJKU.-Aug. 23 The county of
MaClonM'liVbmplalnt of Mrs. Klenuor
Wflcqx brought suit this morning In
tho yVHuku District Court against
atrlck Cockttt, manager of tho Corn
well ranch, and four Jni..n,eo laborers
lor malicious Injury. They are cut
ting ttlgarotia wood on the lot selected
by tho c-Oinplalnurit on August 16 last
under the rlgh-oftpurchaso system of
Lust week Mrs. Wilcox put up no
tices In several places on her 26-aero
lot warning tit to keep orf her premises
unit not to cut wi.ocl. Yesterday, act
ing under InstriictlHiH, Mr. Cockettand
four Japanese went on Mro. Wilcox's
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miulo with ucroplancs working with
Trouble has'been brewing so long in
California' thut tho authorities hero
have finally become ulurmed and ex
pect somo serious disturbances. For
that rcuson n troop of United States
cavalry has been ordered to the border
and will In tho future patrol the fron
tier from Vuniu, Ariz., to Sun Diego,
Tho sending of troops to tho front
followed permission for the transporta
tion of Mexican' rurales through Amer
ican territory on their way to Tla
Juatia. They were sent to suppress
trouble In I .oner California.
Olllclals of the State Dcpaitmcnt
came upprchenslvo thut when the Mex
lean soldiers arrived and opened war
on tho disturbers the bad element
would escape to tho United States and
commit depredations on American soil,
For thnt reason troops were' sent to
patrol tho border.
(Associated Pr Cable.)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal, Aug. 30
presidents of . five international
have arrived her , to confer
ulfus Kruttlonnltt of the South
ern Pacific Railroad, in an effort to
avert the' threatened strike. Krultteh
nltt h'as refused to deal with the Amir-
lean Federation of '.Labor.
(Associated Pi-pss Cable.)
SANTA FE, N. M, Aug 30 The
State election under the recently-
granted statehood provisions will be
held hero on November 7.
. church and state now
(Special Bui lot In Cable.)
MEXICO, CITY, Mex, Aug. 30 The
Progressive party today Indorsed laws
separating church and etate.
STEAMER ISHORE '
AT TONGA,, IS REPORT
(Rpeclal Bulletin Cable.)
8UVA, Fiji, Aug. 30 The steamer
Knight of St. Gl&rge has gone ashore
(AssoelntM Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 30 Ad
miral Togo today sent by wireless to
Assistant Secretary of the Navy Book
man Wlnthrop his appreciation of the
naval salute fired in the Seattle har
bor as farewell for him.
SWISS BRIDGE GOES.
DOWN; MANY KILLED
(Associated press OiM.)
SAINT MORITZ, Switterland, A .In.
30 Fifteen were kilted and fifteen fa
lo.llu l.l..J !. 41.. ..II.-... . . .II
eeij iiijuieu n mc twilipfl i m rcn1
road bridge naar Her
MAY FLOAT STEAMER
(Associated Press Cable.)
SAN F.RANCISCO, Cal, Aug. 30 It
Is expected that the oteamer Hazel
Dollar, ashore on the Japanese coast,
will be floated.
NOT TO RESIGN
(Special Hull ntln Wireless.)
IIII.O.'Auk. 30. Thero Is no founda
tion for tho report thut Judgo C. F.
I'arsons of Iho Fourth Circuit Court,
Hawaii, Intends to resign or has re
signed. The report bus been denied.
STARRETT TAKES MARKET
JOB AT $225 A MONTH
S. T. Starrctt, has been nppolntcd
by tho Governor to take charge of tho
new marketing, schcnio which has
boon based on tho report ho present
cd. Ho cabled his arcoptancu of tho
liosltlnn yesterday afternoon.
Tho salary will ho at tho rato of
$22S a month and he will havo the
full charge of all of tho outside work.
Tho position was offered Jo several
men lioro but alt of them refused It.
While pins Ing nround n rubbish Urn
In her urd ut Providence, Jennie Mat
tern, live years old, approached ton
neur tho flames and her clothing caught
llro and sho wns so bndly burned that
MAI NOT CALL
MAN FOR HAWAII
(Special Bulletin Cable.) i
TOKIO, Jjipan, Aug 30. Marquis
Katsura, who has been deposed as pre
mier, has been honored by being mads
elder statesman of the empire.
Medical Officials Investigating'
treatment or immigrants
Investigation or tho handling ol
Immigrants heio by the local U. S.
authorities was begun this morning
by Dr. T. Kltann and Dr. K. lwal.
tho two Japiiicso me Ileal officials
now hero on n mission of Inspection
for their homo government After a
day nt tho Mochlzukl club, onjojing
tho sea-breezes, they wont to work
this morning with a visit first to tho
local immigration station. i
They wero received horn by Itn$- they were brought Into tho Immlgin
moml C. Drown, Inspector In charge. Hon station.
being Introduced by Secretary Naka- The two visitors, after leaving tho
mora of the local consuhte. Immigration station, diovo down fo
Dr. Kltano and Dr. Iwal wero shown Honolulu plantatlbn, whoro thqy
tho Interior of tho Immigration sta- watrhod the work nf tho Jnpmcso
Hon by Inspeclor Ilrown. They weru laborers. It Is expected that they will
also shown tho Inspection roonr. call on tho"0S. health' and quarart
where Immigrants are Inspected and tine oftelals In this inrt. Dr. Rimua,
examined after their arrlvUBrown-chlef of the marlno service hero. Is
explained to the visitors J19 h'ani at rresent on. Kauai, but tho twq
his staff went through the exsmlm- visiting .lapnncso Inspectors will be
tlon of Iho Immigrants, as soon as groo'cd by Dr. Marshall.
SUPERVISORS ORDER ESTIMATES
FOR PEARL DARBOR ROAD; NEED
SET FORTH DY ADMIRAL COEES
halrman Sam Dwlght of tho supei-,
vlhors ro,ul (ommltteo has Instructed
Engineer Here to proceed with surveys
and estimate for 11 road to.Pcnrl Hur-
or, nnd tho mueli-needcd Improve-
ment will probably , bo formally dccld-
cd upon by Iho miiH-rvlxors soon.
Admiral Cnwlrs, commandant of the
nuvul Htutlon here, bus written to boy
ernor Fear n letter urt;lng tho no- tun not conveniently ust tho only oth
ccsslty of the road. Tho letter sets er mean of transportation, namely the
forth clearly tho needs of Pearl Hur- railway.
bor for better nvenues of traffic, as "Construction nt tho drdock and
well as the advantages to Honolulu dredging of tho channel has been und
Benernlly. Tho letter was presented er wuy for soma lime, nnd tho aelinl
to tho supervisors at their meeting last
night. It Is as follows; .
I have tho honor to submit, for your
consideration, the following In regard
the land communication betweon
tho navul station at
LEGAL BARRIER BALKS ECONOMISTS
flight at tho outset of u campaign,
for eionomy, tho harbor commission!
has run up against 11 barrier In
way of legnl dllllcultles.
Tho commission has been consider-
ing tho sums Mild out monthly for,
pilot boats and tho wages of the boat- "'""" '""1 commltteo titlKIng t
bojs, and came lo tha'joncluslon thqt nN''r' M Ul"1 "10 ol"i of 'ho local
tho services of eight boat-boys ut W l"0.1" ''"clarcd that tho whalebo,ilM,uro
11 month inch might bo dispensed vvlth'",f,r ,lmn ,ho '"""ehes n very rough
and somo moro economical method I
found. Kstlmates wcro secured from'",e,' ,",'''r'd that llfo Is vvprtb more
Young Hroh, tho launch people. Young ,,m" " ,ttW hundnil dollars nnd did not
Hros. offered tho commission 11 figure, "',ot,le change from tho priscnt
of 1300 monthly, which Is not only
under th'n wages paid tlm boat-boys,
but would snvo the Territory tho .up
keep of tho whalcbouts used by tho
Then tho coininlwlnn discovered that
tho last legislature passed tho appro
prliitlnn bill In such shupo that the
changu can rot be made.
,u"""" '"" """ "m '""" -i'"s
-night pilot bojs nt ICO," the money,
being appropriated for such a ieclllc.
purpose that the auditor could not np-
; i.xpeuscs .
r a&V j1 Yti
'The question of vvuter roinmunle.i-
lion has been put Into a fairly snlls;
factorv tondltlon. but tlm mml rnm.
munleatlon Is lamentably bad, nnd
tbere'ls an urgent preseiit utnl grnw-
lug need for u proper highway from
'Honolulu to tho naval station at Pearl
Harbor for1 tho nroner hamlllnir of sun.
piles and material ami of trulhc which
construction of the buildings will begin
n(.xl mntl,. HmpiisIvu liniirmnnnitn.
such as streets and sewers, will l
In progress next winter. It seems milto
rertcln Hint n,n nfiinrK ,,,.ri,rU ,.111
bo rompleted In 11 little ovir 11 jo.ir
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prove warrants unless tho Idler of tho
law Is adhered lo. 'flu renin, tlm
system eau njt bo given n
A " n"r of fact, this point camo
' ,,e"'ro llio last legislature, tho
weiuncr, anil tlm committee acionl-
Dr. Hobdy, acting for tho Med-
1 leal Association, wishes It gciicr-
'ally understood that everybody
Is Invited lo the lecture In tho
Qpora Hoiiso this evening, glvon
f bv Dr MrPnrniiirk Tho bnniii 4.
nro fr(0 ftn( n(J S(,Ht clpcl(() w(
be necessary If nu see n sent
lnat yoll Ule takn t no one
g there before you,
5.36 IS ASKED
FOR RAWS; BIG
Sugar held at ri.35 In New
York and news of a big sbortngo
In tho Germany nnd Austria beet
sugar chips nro told of In tho
following cablegram received
Inst evening by Alexander ft
Ilnlilwln from their Now York'
"Holders of raws nro nsklng
C3G. New crop beet quotation
Ms. HUd (5.13 parity). Short-
age Germany nnd Austria rum-
orcd l,r00,000 long tons."
Tho nbovo nows augurs high
prices next year as well as this.
ers of the Cummrrclal Club m;t, uth
noon today and elected, officers for tberi
lollovvlng year, F, U Wllro" " "' h
TS'0 "'5i'?' S'l:
iLVf : Aiiaaal
bHHHIIIIIV "i-7 sxeaBBtft UaMHaallllllllllH
1 F. L. WALDRON
ilectod president, fl, Fred Hush vice-
resident, Charles Hon secretary, and
A J (llgmuiv treasurer.
.Mr Wiildrou has been one of the
most iiellvo mid clllclent members of
tlm chili ni. (1 his elecllon was unani
mous. YOUNGE DEIR . a
TO BIG ESTATE
Unaware of his fnrtunn In n far-off
laud, there camo yesterday from San t
Krnnclsco to Duke Youngo, clerk ,)n'
urn iniiiiiat Hirers nnoo vonipuny, a,j
i-iu-i-n uir iou, on inn JiailK of In.
wall. Youngo smiled when ho looked
ut the cublegrnln Informing Ijlm qf the
uiiviliriicu arrival oi u cnecK, je
went down to the Hank of lawall,"
whoro tlio 200 was given to him.
From Information lie rreelvail Im I.
heir tp tho estuto nf his fnthor, valued
nt J21.000. Tho (berk was tho llrst
The property Is situated In San
Francisco. Youngo has a brother who
Is residing In Sun Frnnclaco, It Js
llkoly that Youngo will leavo for San
Krnnclsco to settlo tho estuto sodn.
Tho cbnrge was mndn before tti Jf
House committee that the Alaska syn.
dlcnto controlled !) tbq Cuggenhclnis
discriminated against the Humboldt