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Mnkurn .1 .September 12
EStABLISHED 1882. No.
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FEDERAL REPORT &N
' (Associated rrcss Cable.)
NEWPORT, Sept. 2. W. A. Larned,
national tennis champion, defended hla
title successfully today, winning from
Maurice McLoughlin, the brilliant young
Californlan, in the challenge round of
the championship' tournament. Larned
' won n three straight, fits, the scores
.Iv being ,6-4, 6-4, (? larned at usual
i was steady at critical moments.
Captain Mark L. Scott; long bIiico
Identllled with tho Mniillu police de
partment, n passenger In tlio United
States iirmy transport Sherman and
6n rpnla to the malnliini) in that vU
se, Is also a siieclally comnilsslontul
emissary representing' the Philippine
Curnlrnt Associations-mid one' object
of tilH trljnolKo"tfnlea Btutea Is to
secure one or more monoplune or bl
lilano operators who will conduct n
series of fllKhts nt Manila during thoJ
rniKti of King Carnival, tlio first part
of next February.
. Captain Scott spent tlio day In Ho
nolulu, In an earnest 'endeavor to in
terest onb or more local promoters in
nn aviation meet to bo pulled off In
thin city, on or about n month before
tlm exhibition scheduled for Manlln.
Captain Scott hopes in this way to
materially reduce the expense in
volved In bringing Bovorul prominent
mainland aviators to the Fur Knst. Ills
plans Include the making a enntruct
with the,;vory best men In the busi
ness. While in Honolulu this morn
ing, Captain Bcott soughl Interviews
Willi Kd II, Lowls, Joel C. Cohen of
the Honolulu Amusement Company,
and he also endeavored to Interest
Will Adums of the llergstrom Music
i Company In tlio venture. r
Captain Scott slates that J. C. (Dud)
Mars made a distance hit with Manlln
.and Mars un'd Iinldwla canio very near,
being made ,a pair of six-cylinder
dollies by the Japanese, In whose nn
tlvo land the daring little aviator cre
nted a profound sensation nt the big
meets held nt Osaka, Toklo and other
large centers or population.
Spenklng of the next riilllpplno' Car
nival, Captain Scott raises his right
hand and deposes that It will bo.tliu
best of any similar celebration vofr
held under tho nusplccB of the Cant'
Ival Association. The Philippine car
nival has'become n llxturo In amuse.
ment circles of tho Orient. A dully
attendance of fifty thousand Is n mat
ter of history nnd tho receipts have
netted the stockholders u handsome
lirollt. it Is n show that Is unique TTi
tho annals of tho entertainment world.
Tho carnival combines nil the Im
portnnt features of un Instructive ox
position of native resources and In
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EVERY DAy'lABOR DAY
AT REGISTRAR'S OFFICE
Pother Time, the old man who wun-
ilers around the 'oiid with n scythe,
ihMM not believe In labor unions. Main
ly because Im litis a nionupoly of the
business. Lubor day ho absolutely re
fused to rccognUu except for the fuct
that It stirred him UP to work.
The tierksnip nt the registration of-
llce for births, deaths and mnrrlngts
linvo to keep open to uccommoduto tho
old gentleman. They' never Bet a hol-
Iduv at .all. liven Sundays they stay
open .until noon, nnd today, when most
people nro around tlm city, they had
'to keep1 nt It Just the same.
Knur ileaths wein recorded, tho vurl
mis pcopto having met the old man
with scythe between, half-past two
o'clock Saturday last' and nooif'toduy.
One of them died today
Evening - Bulletin
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DR. VICTOR S. CLARK, WHOSE REPORT PRAISES LOCAL
"The condition of plantation workers in Hawaii Is probably better than
in any other tropical country in the world whore colored races are employed)
and from a purely economic standpoint better than In any other, insular trop
ical country inhabited by white people." Dr. Victor S. Clark; In fourth re
port of commissioner of labor on Haw.ill.
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That Ilawnll Is making n sincere ef-
fort to build up K tiiiiiilry of white set
tlers; that plantations iiru Improving
the condition of the labor now here
lid that, us a whole, thu luboc of IIio'mhiui Interesting points uiailo by Dr.
Islands Is uill olT, nro some of thu
conclusions drawn by Dr. Victor H.
(.'lark, commissioner of immigration
mid statistics,' In u comprehensive re
view of economic anil Industrial coii-
lltlons In the Territory.
The volume, which Is the fourth re
port of tlm commissioner of labor, has
Just been Issued 'fnW'iisllliiRtoii. Kx
trncts from It luivo been given pub
licity from time to time, and purtlcu-
larly pome mouths ago, the fact that
Dr. Clark and Commissioner Keefe did
LOW FAVORS HIGH PRICED CAR
TliO'HilghoHt priced motor driven olluo r"w," tho ngenta for tho Knox
chemical tiro rngliie may he selected iiru' supposed tu have cabled for one
by the lire committee of tho city and fwichlnu I'or Immediate delivery ntlio
coimty supervisors when 11 decision. Is uoliihi. it Is claimed that that move
reached within n fejv days. presages nil. curly purchase In that an
This committee Includes Supervisors iilnnidniit opportunity would bo offered
Low, Arnold nnd .Murray. Murray ciiino '" "T ut tho Kln.x and lest Its nhlil.
lorwnrd nt r. recent) meeting of the les as n ftro-lU-htlng machine, while
board and declared that, Inasmuch, us In a consideration of the other makes
he was connected with a local firm l'10 "lty fathers w'ppld necessarily havo
which was hi the market with 11 motor !"' 'o recommendations und printed
llro truck, ha would not participate In statements of tho makers 11s found In
tlu, Kob-rtloM i.f the machine.
Supervisor Low, It Is understood, fa
vors the purchnsa of a Knox motor
chemical engine, represented In
city by tho Iloy'nl Hawaiian OariiL'e.
TIiIh. machine Is the costliest piece of
apparatus listed. In tho tenders receiv
ed by the city fathers nt tho calling for
hills, A Knox 'machine was offered tho
city at JVjUO, or two at (11,920.
Thp Packard cngluo was offered by
tho vim llnmm-Yoiing agency at (11255,
or two nt (10,511, effecting 11 saving to
tho city of (COG on 0110 machine or (I,
419 In thu purchase of two machines.
Knox People Are Active.
It Is believed Unit thu representatives
of tho Knot cngluo are prepared to
' Mill "im over" 1'ielr compel Horn 111 special meeting At the1 local represen
thn raco for supieniacy and patroniute. tallves of motor-chemical engines. Thu
According to opinion heurd along "gus-
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
not ngrcit as to the condition of labor
hero. An advance copy of the volume
has been received here; nnd the II II I-
1 ot In gives below n hi icf summary of
Chirk on tho labor situation
Dr. Clark has 'Mihdlvldod his chap
ter. 011 labor conditions In Hawaii Into
nineteen section; and deuls. with each
olio of these ifiilly, Nine of them 'nro
devoted (o the ugar Industry alone,
and with most of them ho has given
tables bearing out what ho has to say.
Tl Jniapen strike Is reviewed In full
ami he draws some Interesting conclu
sions from It. Thu volume fs ono of
tint most comprehensive that lias oyer
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" circulars and catalogues for their
guidance In making a selection.
The board will meet In regular ses
H'"u tomorrow evening and It Is safe
to soy that the mutter of deciding upon
11 iiicniicnr nrcf eiiijuiu win uu uruusiii
to tlio fore.
Local Agents Demand a Hearing
Tho suverui nutomobllo dculers In tho
city are justly Indignant at tho rumor
that tlio bldfi submitted by them in
good faith may ho thrown out und nil
award made for a machine which Is
In co-it the municipality some slxhun
ilred dollars nioro than n mnchlno of
fered by tho lowest bidder.
Iiirlt prcsmro will he brought to
hear upon the supervisors to call u
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Is a Profit Maker For Merchant and Customer
TERRITORY 0Ft HAWAII, .MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4,
CHICAGO, III, Sept. 4. Frank dotch,
champion wrestler of the world, today
defeated George Hackenschmidt, -the
Russian L!c,i, in two Straight falls at
American League, Park bstore one of
the U'rgoit crowds tti 'i-f er witnessed
a wrestling match. Gotcn tossed the
Russian' In 14 minutes 181.5 seconds
for the fi'jt fall and 6 minutes 521-5
seconds for the second fall. Thirty"
thousand people saw the struggle.
The nntcli-llnrkeiischinlilt mntrli to
day was tho secohil these two great
wrestlers have engaged In. tinted tins
nl "Hack" hi two straight fulls im their
previous meeting. ,'inUh weighed
about -20 pDiinds today nnd llacken
( AssiwtfitM VreM .'Ibl't '
8 AH FRANCISCO, Col.. Sept. '4.
Prospects today point To a possibility
of arbitration between the Harrlman
railroad lines and -the unionists, lifter
the big labor, parade here' today,
Durjng the da Samuel .Qompers,
president of the American Federation
of Labor, spoke at Oakland Park! be
fore a big crowd of people.
(Assncl.lteil Press Cable.)
PARANE, Fr, Sept. 4. Aviator Car
ros today set a new attitude record for
aeroplanes, reaching a height of 13,945
Ono of tlm Ilrst altitude records of
any couseiiueiicu was made by 'Morane
on September 4, 1910. lie went up fo
7471 feet. This was beaten by Cliaviz,
who touched tlio mark at 87D5 feet four
days ufterwilnlH, tho Might being made
n t, Purls. , ,
Then on October 1 WVnmnlan sent
Ills machine up to 9191 feet. I.egag-
ncux on December 9 was tho nrst one
to reach tho flvo-llgure limit and reg
istered 10,499 feet, Archibald lloxsey
Jumped Jt up to 11,474 feet at Ijm An
geles on iiecemiier n. Tins was, neai-
en. airahi at Chicago ilurlni: tho rmst
iionth by Lincoln lleachey, who record-'
cd 11,578 feet on August 21.
BUT NEW PIPE
Itesldents of. Manna and Collegu ,11111s
are not fuco to faco 'with 11 water
lainhio 110 slated lu thu morning paper,
for, according lo .Manager Winchester
of tho Muklkl Iteservolr, the trouble
has been-caused through tho putting
down of .at new water pipe.
Thls work necersltated cutting off
tonic, of tho supply, and . naturally
enough the resh'ents thoiiyht ' they
would 'huve to face a famine. The
holiday coming along today makes the
delay a llttlo long' r, hut he hopes that
tho pipe will ho llxcd.by tomorrow .and
that tho waler will onco moro (low
through the iiinlus as of old.
Meanwhllfi all that tho valley and
bill folks have to do Is to wait pa
tiently until tho pipe Is down. ..
Conrad, Iho four 'year old son of
Amldlo Kournler, of West .Uprlnfleld,
Mass., met dentil' lu .ills fnthers' .barn
wlillo playing with matches. '
(Associated 1'ress Cable.)
HANKOW, China, Sept. 4. One hundred thoutand people have been
1 drowned. In a great flood In the Yang lie river. The loss of property Is enor
mous. The floods have Inundated hunireda of square mdes of country and
are sweeping everything before them.
Rev. Ebersole Scores
In declaring the approaching nntr:
uionlnf ntllniico of Colonel John Jacob
Astor of New v.York City, and Miss
Madeline I'oice,' n public outragaj
against decency, the llov, Amos' A.
I'.bersoUv assistant p'ictorDf the Cen-
trnl Union church 1ns'. night added
his (inula ttl iho Indignant pretests
that havo gono up from pulpit-' and,
press since Hi.) minnunieinent if thu dl)orre law which will put an end to
engagement (f Iho T;ouiih;. -4 I Ihls overrlillng inf. oJiirl decees., Iy
,, Kev.' Kliersolo spko ntnniiyltKiRtlUiticli men as .liili.u'jn.'ob Aslor.jind tho
t;n tho dc'piorallzlbfttli'fiitrtirti'ii bf jio-.cchil cl wild whom ' h,?fsoel:'iles.
calleil ''high .iftfcloly" I'lie'iTnftrttfiti "!i, today I denounce from my iiui-
tho Astor. affair, as one .iiniiy,..ut,1
of such prominence in the world of
hows as io,-t:ero as an .vxcenoui px-
'ample uf'tlid unworthy itlinsrcsulting
ffom nn atmosphere of this charac
ter. llev.'Kborsolc sjiiko pltylnRly ofUho
young lirhlo-olect. whom - he tornied
"aepoor weak girl of Insufllclent mu
ral slniiinln to ,be capable of turning
down nui alluring priereci or great
wealth and tho slipcrflelultles It 'will
buy."' '. .
lie limited as follows, from tho ltev.
(ieo'rgo Chalmers ltlchmoud, rector of
St, John's Episcopal church, who
dared that Col, Astor would .nut find
JAPANESE BUSINESS MEN CHARGE
I.ocal Oriental business men. end
, , .
Japanese inerobunta particularly, are
iirep'nrlns; a vigorous catlipiilcn to get
better service from the local ' poaial
uuthorltles. Disregard of their Inter
ests und discrimination' against mall
from tho Orient and In favor of mall
from the coast,- ure charged by mem
bers, of tho Japanese Merchants' As
sociation. They say thry want better
service and 110 favoritism.
It ,1s charged, thtu Jast Monday tho
Pacillc. Mull liner Persia reached port
from Japan two hours before the tlper
The, balf-mllllon-dollar Hllo brcul-
water contract from present "prospects
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.1. .iiii. lu mtnt. H111 mention nt 11 UOOI1
rocK nuarry. . l.ocni i-omnieiop, nro
now doing Mime quiet but deep nnil
hafil niniiriiverlng to get a site that
will furplsh tho rock for the .break-
water worl at a llgurp that will en-
pble them to put 111 u reasonnnlo bid.
In fuct, tlio .ipiarry uurstlonmay set-
tie the winner of .tlio contract, lllds
ore to he opened for tlio big Job next
Prldny In the nltlcc of tnij II. H. army
engineer here. Ono contractor suys,
"Tho niauathdt gets his rock nunrry.of the rock ipiarrled Is waste or "mush'
Liieupcst Is tho muii who will land the
I'nlluro of tevernl prospiiilvoiiuar
rlvh tu pan out us was hoped of them
tlio hlddirs somewhat up lu
Tho Lord-Young llnyhieerlng
one Kpfocnpnl clergyman In America
or I'uglatnl who would perform his
"The l'plsciipal church Is opiKised
to iIIvoito," said Iho rtenr. "VV nb
hnr this Astor alliance. It Is unholy
lu Its origin and Us (lid w,l bo 11 de
Ihmro of Col's laws ami of our holy
iiHgtou. W need a national uniform
pit ibis coming Astor Wedding,
,ls an initrngo.oircommon decency
arouKes nil our niniut auger, air.
tor will bo socially ostracized by the
best people tho mliiuto he contracts
the bargain already made.
"It Is a mnrrlago of cauvonlcnro.
Astor wants another beauty. The
s)or. weak girl of 18 or 20 wants
yalchls, and opera boxes will afford
hor a chance for social exploitation,
Our girls and women nro money mad.
Lucre rules among thu avenues of the
ltev. itichmonil Is said to be tho pus-
de-jtor of tho church which the Astors ut
IN MAILS HERE
Mongolia ramn In from tho Coast. Tho
Japaneso say that the Oriental malls
were not brought from the Persia un
til after the Mongolia mull hud been
brought ashore and distributed.
As n result, tho merchants nro pre
paring n petition to Postmaster Pratt,
asking n change In tho rules, and say
that unless the policy of "first come.
, first served" is curried out luiportlal
j ly, they will appeal to tho Japanese
(Ambassador at Washington for redress
through the postmaster general. It Is
pointed out that Japuneso merchants
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ON QUARRY SITE
Company, which is doing tho present
breiikwater work, located one ipiarry
and then uftir spending a considerable
amount of money hud to get another
al(llrr. ,(ut niMng l(l flKk 8Utlll,,e
And getting niiurrles anyw hero near the
breakwater work will not bo un easy
Several contractor venture the pro-
diction that before 'tho llilo breakwa-
ter work Is llnUlied, It will he found
necessary to uso cement blocks In place
of rock, The trouble Is not with the
quantity of rock uvnllable, but with the
iiiiillty, Kroni sixty to ninety per cent.
1.111I Is useless for Ihe breakwilter. To
gether with tho dlhiculty of getting
good rock nnil the cost of transporta
tion, It Is llgured that eemint blocks
can bu laid us cheaply us thu quarried
"Strictly ipeaklng, although I item
to pay my own Advertising bills with
money from my patrons, the man vho
really pays my advertising bills Is the
non-advertiser. H loses his share of
business which I gain, and his expense
of doing, business Is, in the main, as
great as mine." Honolulu merchant.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Center of Interest In Famous
$400,000 Suit Soon
In Boston. ,
WHAT H. P. BALDWIN,
SAID IS VrftljPOINT
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nn 11 irs Miinirmvs in. urines
Out Statement In 1901 Tlmt
Plantation Was On 00,000
Complete so far us action In Hawaii
Is concerned, tho center of Interest
In the noted Uiwrle-llaldwln caso will
shift tu a few weeks to Huston. Coun
sel for tho plaintiff and defense havo
agreed tu argue the famous caso In
Tho threw weeks allowed by order
.if tlio Massachusetts court for tak
ing depositions lu Ilawnll closed lust .
Wednesday, hut Commissioner J. W.
Jones 'took depositions for two days
.longer, as tho defensa had several,
witnesses It wished to call. Col. Jones
estimates that, the juvldemti taken
here .luring the last IJiro'e weok's will
run between 450.1100 und 5(10,1100
word's, and this is only part of Ilia
vast mass of statements, figures and
data that are of record, It Is n moiiu
niental case from the alandimlut of
words, nt least.
Tho bearing of Iho dcixisltlons hero .
have been kept absolutely secret by
order of Iho cistern court, but soma
surprising fuels havo ITeen brought
out as to tho history of lluwullan
Commercial and Iho various clashing
Interests that Dually led to tho dis
missal of l.owrle.
Thu suit was hiiMight by W. J. Uw
rle, former mnuiigcr of Hawaiian Com
mercial plantation, against Iho late
II. P. ItJldwIn and Iho Castles for
lioo.fltio. and a written statement
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i'uronsclous nnd may not recover"
the verdict of physicians at the
Queen's Hospital today, ufter nn exam
ination of Chun Ah lleoug, u China
man, who was luujly beaten this morn
ing by a ItussUir, NlkldorolT, and hli
liirly this morning u report was re
ceived at tl.o police station that n
Chliktuinu was being brutally beaten
by a lluslun on Aula lane, near King
street. Captain Nellson dispatched
Police Oltlcctl I'ol;a to the scene, nnd
011 (arriving l'oha tound the Chinese un
conscious on tho Moor. After Inquiry,
ho arrest! d .Nikldorofi urut his wife und
look thclil tu thu police station.
Chun Ah lleoug, bleeding, wus taken
lo the Queen's Hospital, where he was
attended to by thu physicians. At 12:30
o'clock this afternoon his chances for
recovery nro short.
It appears that early this morning
Chun Ah lleoug, who has u room In a
tenement house on Aula lane, near King
street, was washing on the ground
NlkldorolT. who has n room directly,
nbovu Chun Ah lleoug, wanted waler
at the' Mime time for cooking. He call
ed out to lteoug, Ik-Iow, to shut oft
tho water, Thu Chinaman, according
to tho police, shut off the water, but
unnthcr person lu uu adjacent room
Just then opened tho tup and begun to .
uso water. Nlklloroff, who thought
that lleoug was still using the water,
camo downstairs mil started arguing.
NlkldorolT lost Ills temper and, pick
ing up u lung Iron bar from the lloor,
attempted tu strike the Chinaman with'
It, but lleoug gut hold of one end of
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