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From 81 n Franclseoi
Blcrrn September 8
For San Franelteei
Shlnyo Mnrtl September 8
Mnraina ... September 1 G
Mnkura ,. .September 12
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
SUGAR TAKES JUMP TO 5.52
KUKUI BLAMED FOR SCHOONER WRECK
ALL SUGAR PRICE RECORD8
WERE BROKEN TODAY, WHEN AN
OFFICIAL QUOTATION WAS RE
CEIVED OF RAW SUGAR SOLS IN
NEW YORK AT 5.52 CENTS. THI8
13 THE OASIS ON WHICH HAWAI
IAN SUGARS WILL BE SOLD.
AT THE SAME TIME THE QUO
TATION FOR EUROPEAN BEETS
ADVANCED FROM 1C
C PENCE TO 17 SHILLINGS 2
PENCE, OR A PARITY OF 5.69
THIS IS THE RECORD PRICE FOR
THE MODERN DAYS OF 8UGAR
KAN -FItAKCISCO. Ciil.. Sept. C
Sugar: Hi'. degicox tint. n.r.Sc. Previous
ijiiotution KStCd. llcctx: Hs nnabsls,
lis. 2d.; parity, GCDc. 1'revloiiH quota
tion, ir.s. el.
DES MOINES, Is., Sept. 5. Senator
Albert B. Cummins today Issued a
statement severely criticizing President
Talt and declaring that he favors the
nomination of a "progressive .Republi
can" to succeed htm.
s MATCH FIXED?
Hl.ccl.il 11 II I let In Cnlite.)
CHICAGO. Ill, Sept. 5. All bets on
the Gotch rjackenschmidt wrestling
match have l-een declared off.
While no Intimation for tho rranin
that led to thu declaration of "bets oft"
Is given by tho cablegram, It Ix un
doubtedly duo to a belief that tho
match wax "llxed
It may lie noted
In tlllX COIIliectloif
that xevernl well-
known sportsmen hnve Insisted that
dutch mid Hlickdirrhinldt would not
engage In another match unless It
wero "framed for flotch"
MORE TROOPS ON
WAY HERE BY LOGAN
(Ppeclal ilullvtlu Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 5.
Tho third battalion of the Second In
fantry sailed today for Honolulu in the
NEW AUTO RECORD
(SihcIuI II li 1 1 lit I ii Cable.)
DIDOEFORD, Me Sept. 5. Driver
Disbrow In an auto today set a new
25rrile record, making the distance In
1G minutes 25 seconds.
CONFER ON I. C. STRIKE
(8H.clul llulletln Cable.)
CHICAGO, III., Sept. 5 Railway
shopmen are conferring here with re
gard to the threatened strike on the
Illinois Central lines.
The Koolau wutor tunnel plans will
routo up for consideration this after- under thexo circumstances, 1 vpuld
noon beforo Oovornor Krc.ir, Uiml 'It the election as 'Cupid's1 succes
CoiniiilKRloiier Charles R. Jinhi nnd sor und have said that I would do
Atlorney General Alexander Lindsay,,
Jr. Tho (iiiDSlloti of Iho wa'er rights)
will ho dealt v Ith and a preliminary
slait will bo made to straighten mat-
" ' .
NEXT BONDS WILL
SELL EVEN BETTER,
That tlio Territory, of Hawaii wllh
realize oven ii better prlcu mi thu re-
mall ill r of thv big bond Issue author
Izcil by the Inst Legislature than It did i
mi thu Jl.r.uo.ouO already sold, Is tlm
prediction or Charles It. Hcmtnwuy,
who went wltli Ticasiirer U, U Cuiilc
llug tu tlio States mill with lilln xuc
eessfully tlo.itcd the llrst part of tlio
Attorney Hfiiicuuny returned on tlm
Wlllielmln.i tills morning from a. trip
which Ineluded WiixliliiKton as well iih
New Yoik. Ho In well satisfied with
tliu rcsultx of his mission, und that
others are s.itlKlled iih well wan evi
dent from congratulations that were
shouered on him around thu streetH
"I see no nnson why tlio remainder
of tin honil Issue Miouhl M'll not only
lit iih good hut nt a heller figure than
the part already disposed of," tialil Air.
Heinenwuy In discussing his trip. "Tlio
honil' miirkyt has not been strong. It
Iibm been recovering for u year, hut the
demand for tho hlulter-nrlccil xecurl
Ilex, xuclr.ii8 Hawaii's bonds, conies
hack In normal slowly, lint bur hondn
are In Kood demand, and wo got a
good prlco notwithstanding tlio some-
End Probe; Satisfied
"Satisfactory" Ix the word used by
lir. T. Kltnno, mi dlcal Inxpcclor of tho
pre fee turn of KunaBuwa, Japan, when
nxked ax to tho results of bis Inves-
tlKiillun of. tho examination mid In-
xpi'ctlon of the Japanexo Immlfirnntx
by tho rederal Ininilgratlon olllclals nt
this port. Ho xayx ho Is ure.itly pleas-
ed with the careful treatment of tho
, Japanese Immigrants nt the hands tjf
the Ininilgratlon olllclals nnd stated their native land. They were shown
that It Ix ii great satisfaction to him, every courtesy by the Immigration of
It wax after tho examination mid In- llrlalx ilurlng thclr-xhnrt stay here, nnd
xpectlou of the Japanexo Inunlgrants HI, itjs Intimated, submit u fuvor
that arrived In tho .Korea, last H.itur- able report to the,. Japanese, govern
day fiom Japan that Dr. Kltuno' ex- ment regnrdlng tlm treatment of tho
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l"v,,, "m niiimimuuii uk tliu iiieiietii j!lKllli'e IIIUIIIHrillUH III mix pori.
GEORGE DAVIS TALKS ABOUT FREAR
SAN I'ltANClSCO, Auk. 30, Itobort
W. Shingle, City mid County Treasurer
of Honolulu, whom tho Iteptihllcun
leaders of tho Islands huvo been try-
1 lug to prevail upon to accept the can
didacy ror uovurnur or Hawaii, ar
rived he io yesteiilay on tho Oceanic:
liner Sierra. Shingle roltcrutcd his
statements published In tho Island
press thai hu would not accept thu
lesputtslhlu position even if It were
offered to him by 1'iesldcnt Taft at the
insiauco or ins constituents.
"It Is true thut my nauiH Iuih been
mentioned as a possible candldutu-for
tho ollire," said Shingle, "hut I am
not In the running. I'rlnco Cupid, thu
Hawaiian Delegate to Congress, who,
with others, had been opposing tho
reappointment of Governor Frear, has
i stated that ho will not accept rcriom-
Illation as a Heprcsentutlio If Fronr
l continued In olllce. I was askod If,
Tlio political situation in tlio Islands
Is critical, according to Judge Cleorgo
A. D.nls, who wax also n imshenger
on tho Sierra, "(lovcmor Krrur's ad-
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
what unfavorable condition of tho mar.
Let on bonds generally I should say
thut uo can iin eun better next time"
Attorney Hcineiiwny got down to
hut found the statesmen
talking nothing hut wool ami cotton
tariff rutlxlnn and Kindred xuhJcctH
that tin y have heeii thrashing out all
"There was no ilianco for Hawaiian
legislation," ho to M, "I xaw JiuIk"
Halloa and Secretary McClcllau and u
few other people known here, hut Ha
waiian iiffulr.4 wire out of mind nt thu
Asked nx tu governorship kiixIii Mr.
llcnitmvny di eland that ho hail heard
noil, Inn of the subject In Washington.
"I tl lit not see President Vail" ho xahl,
"uiul what 1 have heard of the gov
ernorship has been through the llono
I ul u pipers, which I huvo read with
According to tlio former nttornoy
gcinrnl, tlio weather liax heen fiirnls.li
Ing plenty of conversation thU xum-
iner.fWiiiHt of.(h-eonverxallon hVlnj;of
Inn emphatic nature. "iWhewl Hut
' wax Warm In tlarstales," he xald.
hud to come hack to Honolulu to Bet
adopted hercl by tho ImmlKratlnn o!Il-
eiius wun reiereuco 10 uie ininuon
oi japiinexe iiiuniuiiiiiix. no xiuu iiiuc
luxpcctor It. C llroun of the hnmlKrn-,
Hon service mid bis ohllttlmr htafl navo
l(m ,.u.,.y ,,,)ri,i,,Hy t i.hxervo tho
The two medical Inspectors from
Japan, wio hao heen truvellni; In
the States, for a few months, will leave
this nfliriooii In the America Maru for
, ... ... .
ministration has aroused dissatisfac
tion In all gttiirtors," said ho, "and tho
people do not want, Mm again."
Judge D.ivls said that Colonel Sam
l'arker, the well-known Hawaiian.
who was another passenger on tho'
Sierra, had been asked to accept the'
candidacy. It Is said that l'llncu
Cupid could get tho appointment from
tho President, but wood not take It
on account of the bitter light ho has
waged against Krear,
Temperatures 0 a. m., 77; 8 n, in.,.
81; 10 a. m 80; noon, 83; morning
Hnrometer, 8 a. in,, 29.07; absoluto
humidity, 8 u. m., 7.103 grains per
, cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 it. m.,
i fj3 per rent; dow point, 8 a. in, C7.
Wind C 'a. in., velocity C, direction
IN. lij 8 ii, m, eloclty 4, direction N
11; lo'u. in., velocity 8, direction N.
Ii; noon, )uloclly in, direction N, V.
Rainfall during 21 hours elided 8 u.
Is a Profit Maker
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY,
May Get 2
11 will ho nood new to the many
plantations In Hawaii facing a threat
ened xhnrtuge uf Uihortlu learn that
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iiiieiu i mi) 'i t" ... u .. immi
grant ships coming In re from Kurope
within the next few months.
The Territorial Hoard of Immlgrn-
tlon has received fritml Agent A. J,
Campbell, who Is now recruiting labor
In 1'ortliKtil, u cablegram saying that
the work Is progressing ili-lidldly. Ho
described Ix nx "ImmihiIiir."
Ho bright nre the prospects for get
tlm; plenty of labor tb.it, In addition to
the Immigrant xhlp Wlljexilen. already
niiiUr charter, the board will prolm-
bly charter another xteajner and lirliiK
another shipload of lahonrx. here about ,
tho eid of tills year 1
Dr. Victor 8. Clark, coiinnlsxloncr; of
Immigration, Paid this uxirnhiK that the
Wlllexden Ix now expected hero In No
vcmlier. I'lmiH lire progrei-xhii; forthe
other vexxel III Decenibtr or early In
January, hut nothlui; di Unite has yet
scd. It Is helletfed from ctililu
that Cnniphell .lx.-cnrlnft n.
.m.. Vi..i: . i... i..i ..
It Rood a class of lahonrx as he had as.
"1 xemhled for the Orterlc.
On tho grounds that slm dlxroarded
lior tnarrluKo Miwa ami wilfully and
utterly deserted and abandoned with
out any cansn or reason, nnd thut
i-liu still refuses to llvoWllh liliu, Or.
Ifcrliort I'. NVt'nce was uranlcd 11
i dUorco fiom May llastlime N'itlui;c
,Mr m()rll,1(, j,. jdBe V. J
They were married on Seplomher
18, 1K88 at Chelsea, Mam. They liavo
. 1 . ..
noer lived together ar hushand and
wife In Hawaii, where Dr. Nottago
has been a icsl.lent for the last two
yearH Thcro are two children, I'leicy
II. aged ulneletn. mid Nathaniel Not-,
taso aged fourteen, i They have been.
turned oer lo iho chargo or tho rath-
vTho papers In tho ease wero filed on
Saturday and this morning Mrs. Not
tagoJ waived everything and allowed
tho hearing to como hefoto the courl,
Tho revised list of assignments for
teachers for tho coming term In the
public schools has been completed
nnd Is given out by Superintendent
1'opo us follows: ,
Kauai II. II. lirodle.
Oalin C. W. Ilaldwlu, Honolulu; .1.
C. Davis, llotululu: Mrs. K, W. Cnr
lor, Honolulu; Mrs. N I 1). Vrascr,
Honolulu; Isaac M. Cox, Honolulu.
Maul W. W. Taylor, liana; II. M,
VIIU ul,,. IV IS n,HM,lfln,l
Walluku; (leo. 8. HajmonJ, Udmlna
Hawaii Mlsh Josephlno Doyo, llllo
.Town; Kugeuo Horner, llllo and l'uua
I ex., llllo Town; Miss liortha lien
Taylor, Puna; C. B. King, North and
(Continued on Page 3) i
Chief of Detectives McDulllu, who
Is u lubor-inan himself, was out en
joying his libor Day at Kuenu I'olut
near Kaliuku, jexterduy. He returned
i last night with hli friends who went
along with him. I
erchant and Customer
(FprelAl llulletln Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept 5. Tha U. S. S. Kukul, lighthouse tender
at Honolulu, Is held responsible for the sinking of the schooner Moi Wahine.
The findings of the naval board chargid with the investigation of the run
ning down of the schooner by the Kukul have been made public, and the
1 blame is placed on the Kukul. The
announced, will make an investigation
No relief for damages -sustained t'trough the sinking of the schooner can
be obtained except through an act of C ingress. C. S. ALBERT.
Tho Mol Wiihlno was run down l the Kukul In th" channel off Molokol
mine months nK mid xeven llvex lot. rnplalu Sam, the aKed xklppcr. iilouo
exenped, heven Japanese unit Korean nienibcr of Ihu "rew hehiK drowned.
An InvextlKiitlon of the disaster wax made by the xteainho.it Inspection
scrlco hire and the llndlliKS sent to WiixliliiKtun. Delegate Kublo Ix tin)
futlier of ii i inmieiixiitnre net that will he tnmli.sl nt the iuvt xexslnn of
MATIN DENIES BIG OIL CO.SALE
CapL Wllllnni Ma I son flatly denies
,l,n ru,orl ",:lt ,,m """"I"'" C"B- chlncry for !). exlnctlon i.r Basoyiio
l,la!d ," Conuraiiy has In-cli MU.'or'rom Saa nro .Wady In place, but tho
U about to W wild. TlieCliruiilcltf.ini. ".... . . ...'...?.. .
ilellli.1 of llie tnrv which w.m i,l.n
denied in Honolulu, imbllxlics tho
A rert waH Riven currency In ono
of tho city iiuv.'spniHirH last Saturday
to the effect that tho Honolulu com
pany's oil properties weie to ho Bold
for lo.uuo.UUO to llio Dutch company
or to Hh rhal, tho Stnnilard, and that
negotiations weio In impress to clofo
I ho deal.
No ono wax moro surprised on rend- lino out of tho gax llowlui; from 'tlio
Iiir the story than Captain William. Honolulu wells will unbegun.
.Mat son hlmsell, "It Is ten million Captain Matson said thut ho real
mites away fiom tho truth," ho xalil.lzed that It wax nx hvrlous u mutter
last Saturday, "Thcro Is not tho to attempt" to Fell gasoline, to tho
slightest foundation for the report.
Thero Is no deal In progress and no
probability of a deal, for I do not
waul to sell tho properties and I
would not lake $10,000,000 for them.
I hnve expended moro than $3,000,
000 on them already, and I think tho
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'"H" n' " "'0 story and thcro
vcr was. Ilexldes, I am not tho
WI1C"" "' n " proportlra; there
ore forty or fifty others who have
"L1"" ln "l''lj?igtrlt"
" "" "" "
BY MANY PEOPLE
HAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27, Two
new steamers were launched from Han
l.'ranclxco ynrdx yesterday afternoon.
The Kllnuea, which wax built fur the
Inter-Island Steam Nalgatlou Com
pany of Honolulu, wax launched from
thu Union Iron Works Ways ut 1:30
o'clock and the rlbcr hoat Coluxa, built
for thu Sacraminto Truuxportutlon
Company, wax launched from the
HcliulU, llubcrtxoii H Scbultz yard nt
South San Francisco nt 2-.1B i. m,
Mlsx Jessie K. Kennedy, elgllteen-year-old
daughter of James A. Ken
nedy, president und general manager
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company, christened the Kllaucu. Miss
Claim Itcrnlcu Harney, eleven-year-
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Prhlent of the Sacramento Trnnspor
tatlon Company, stood sponsor for tho
Tho launching of tho Kllauea was
ono of the most successful ever accom
plished nt tho Union Iron Works,
Usually there Ix found to bo somo
hitch ut the lust moment In such af
fairs mid many delays result. In this
case, however, nt 1:30, tho scheduled
houi, tho braces were knocked from
under Iho Mcuincr mid It glided grace
fully down Iho greased slips, hit the
water easily, nnd ciimo to n stop two
(Continued on Page 4.)
steamboat inrpection service, it was
I Tho roni-rcwors ind llio other ma.
'"uue will IIOI uc Ciec.eil lllllll llio
fol-'cloao of the hot xeaxon. Tlio hoat onjojienlni? of the direct will not hnve xo
tho clovoted dexert of tho llueiu Vlxta
hllla Is said to ho terrific, ono of Cap
tain Matcon's men having reported to
htm that the. mercury registered 120
In the shade a few days nr,c. Under
such a tempcratttro not niticli work
will ho done. It Ih exics-ted that In
two tnontha tho maniifacturo of kia'
Standard Oil Company as to coniiwto
with it. "It wants tho gasoline, for
nothing, but 1 don't care to sell It at
that price," ho added.
Thcro iq no doubt that Captain Mat
son will find a good local market at
remunerative prices for all the gaso
line ho can produce. He has aban
doned the proposition to plpo the nat
ural gas to Ixs Angeles owing lo tha
expense of tho work and tho compe
tition of tho Standard, which has en
tered that field as a heller.
ON FRUIT FLY
K. IC. Curncs, the entomologist sent
to Hawaii by tho st'ite horticultural
department of California to muko an
Imcstlgutlon of the ravages of the
Mediterranean fruit II y here, arrived
Ibis morning on tho Wilhelmlnu, ac
companied by Mrs, Curnt-s, Ho will
probably remain hero several weeks,
and it is expected that his researches
will result In recommendations either
for u more rigid ban against tho land
lug of Hawaiian fruits und vegetables
on tho coast or tho admission ofHotno
of tho products on which Iho embargo
Is now effective.
MURDER U. S. MISSIONARY
QEORQETOWN, Dr. Guiana, Sept.
5. E. O. Davis, an American mission-
ary, has been murdered by the natives.
(A nunc In ted I'-cxs Cable.)
AMERICAN MOTOR BOAT
HUNTINGTON, N. Y., Sept. 5. The
American mctor boat Dixie III. today
won the international contest finals.
I KAISER REVIEWS FLEET
1 KIEL, Ger Sept. 5. Emperor Wil
liam today reviewed the maneuvers of
the German feet,
"Strictly speaking, although i utm
to pay my own advertising bills with
money from my patront, the man who
really pay my advertising bills Is tha
non-advertiser. He loses his share of
business which I gain, and his expense
of doing business is, In tha main, as
great as mine." Honolulu merchant.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
I'roperty-oMnir.i Intfresteil In .the
proposed opeuhiK of llldhop street were
Imlti-d tu appear this morning before
the rpecl.it l:Mlop xtr ct conilnlsslon,
hut several who hid prelously sent In
their enthiiate of claims did not ap
pear and only two actual owners wire
preient John Sullivan of .Sullivan &
thickley, uiul Auditor J. II "I'IhIht. Mr.
I'lsher onus the building on the Union
nnd Hotel slretls cornir', hut not tho
Mr. .Sullivan, who bax not heen fa
Miroble In tlie openliiK of the lllxhop'
exUiixlou, did not commit himself ax
to the Miluv he will xet on his property
or whether he would Kettle tha matter
without court procccdliiK"x. Mr, I'lsher
l.iced an estimate of ICSf.O on Ills
properly, cvplnlnlnu the basis of his
IlKiirlUK, nnd bis claim wax Iwlleved by
the commissioners to he xo fair and
Just (hat he wax thanked for Ills atti
tude. Commissioner McHtocker de
clared that tho amount asked 'Is very
Of rourxe, this ! ,hy no means' final,
nx It will take the cloarlnK away of n
Kiss.1, deal of preliminary work biforo
the commission begin to arrlvo at any
conclusions nfc to lainai;ex. The at
'inoit'ilieru 'this innriiliitf. wax xllahllv
more optimistic than ut the laxL meet- .TEst
mi.', nun there ix a chance that the
much opposition nx feared.
Charles Keclcr, the lierkeley poet,
wax wilcomcd hack to Hawaii after
an absence of ten years when he
Mepped ashore from thu America ilari)
lils morning. The poet Is on a or I'd
tour, mid HouoluPiu ix his tlrstistop
plng place on tho way around fromSnu
Mr. Keebr Is undi rtakhiK n remark-
table Journey. Ho will trawl around
the world reading Ills own poems, nnd
In that time will visit many out-of-the-
way places. Ills Itinerary Includes llo.
noliilii, Yokohama und the. other largo
Japanese cities, Hongkong, Hankow, a
tilp down the YmiKtxe, Manila, tho
Hast Indies, Singapore, India, Java,
Ceylon, Hgypt. nnd on around to tlm
cities of Kun.pe.
lhi expects to reach London In eight
or nine mouths mid to remain titers
xevirnl moiitliK. The Onto of Ills re
turn to tho United Htates la uncertain.
a man oi iieiigiiiiiu personality.
itrulghtfurward und nnaxsuiiilng, Mr.
Keeltr Ix well reiiiemhered here. Since
he came here on a trip that Included a
large urt or the South Seas, ho has
been on the Coast and III Alaska, where
he went with tho Uurrluiau xclentlllu
expedition. He plned Ills part, and
though he does not say It, It wax n
heroic part, In the terrible cliuos that '
follow cd the San lYunclsco earthquake
and lire. Mr Keeler wax given Iho
duty of iixxemblhig the famous com
mittee of forty and wax ever foremost
In the tillef work there. Ills wife,
who accompanied him on Ids trip to
Hawaii, was also engaged In relief
work, ami the Slavic nnd strain wax
directly responsible for the Illness tbati
!lfttUM, Til l..Mllll.l 1,1 !,, .li.llll All .
r t,u ,MH.,.8 ,,ooKll uml ,,,,,. ttl.ru J(..
tlroyeil ln the tire.
Mr. Keeler will, uppear hero next
Thursday night to read his own
poems, among which Ix a famous one
on tho enrthntiuko Tho hffulr prom
ises to be ope of tho most importalit
mid Interesting that Honolulu has had
fur a long time.
M. C. Hutchlns of, Albany, N, Y
has been apHilnted state lire wardrn
of Massachusetts by Statu Forester
Itane. ' ' r