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E v ening Bulletin
From San Franclscol ,
Liirllno May 8
For, San Franclicol
.Hlbrrla ...Mny 0
Miikurii May 22
Hculnndln Mny 21
Every tlmo a live merchant's name
or trade-mark appears In a livo even
ing nowipaper it is adding to Ilia pres
tige and profit If he backs up his
promises with the quality of goods ho
Publicity Is The Life Of Local Trade
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5230.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
YACHT HAWAII OFF FOR OCEAN
SUMMARY OF TAX
APPEALS IN HAWAII.
Returned (by owners) $2,087,661.68.
Assessed $16,01 1,170.
Maul and Molok.il:
Kau.il and Nllhau:
Total assessed $35,026,376.50.
Total difference $7,868,473.
Tux appeals liavo rnmo from the oth
er IslamlH. and toilnv Treasurer Conk-
ling pnc out I lie lint of Intnls, adding
to Mm Oiilm list ho IIiiImIiciI Sntunlny
nflcrnnon nftcr tlio 11 ill lot In went
llnwnll lends In llio nnioiiiit of prop- carrying on my court work. I certain
erly Involved In tlio nppcnls, and Oa- ly would llko to rontlnuo on lmtli
Iiii Ik next. Tlio total nsscssnicntH boards lint feci Hint In Justice both to
shown In llio ne.compnnyltiR llRuros aro myself nml to the public I bIioiiIcI per
not. of course, tlio "total tax assess- mlt another with more tlmo to Rlvc In
mcnls on property on which thero are
KollowltiK aro wnno of tlio principal
Onliu npiwniH llled: Chnrlcs Ilrowcr
(Continued on Pag 3)
. " X I Lll IIII
Hldn nn Ibe continct for tlio con
structlnn or Hip two collages at llio
Hills' Inditstrlnl Hcbool were opened
at noon todnv In the Superintendent
or Public Works' olllco, an rollows.
Honolulu Planing Mill, one building,
$.-i6S0j btilldlliR No. 2, J11.2S0; for llio
Ilertleninn. bulldlliK No. 1. $fil"2;
No. 2. $12,2'lti; for both. JlS.lsr,.
II. K. DefrlcH, $r,fiS7; No. 2, $ 1 1 .T124 ;
Tor both, $17,011.
A. I. McDonald, WWO; No. 2. $11.
(Kill; for both, $15,701.
I'rcllns I'crnnndoz, No. I, $r,2SS;
$10.r,7fi; for both, $lfi,82,
I'heio was threat of n protest nRalnsl
Iho tender of McDonald bcdtuso llio for Portland, (lip., en louto lo lln
:i(('onipanltiK check was Tor only $S00, niiliilii Tlio Plrst Itifiuilty will bo
barely sulllcleut In (over Hie first hid,
and not Inruo enouKh t cover tho en-
llio bid made hy Mm.
NO FRICTION BETWEEN NATIONAL
GUARD AND ARMY; STORY AMUSES
A i-l"rs in llio iiioriiiim paper, pla -Iiir
up as news the well-known fact
thai the Natjunal (iiiard or Hawaii
was not lo take part in tho in.uieuwTs
or the icKUlnr troop!, planned Xor next
(iilohir, and allCKliiK frk'tlnu between
Hie militia ami tho army ns the reason
for the separulo camps, was read with
iiinsideiablu amusement at hotb Na
Houal (iuaiit and Department henil
iiuailirs this uiornim;
"I'litrn Is notliliiK new lo Klvo out,"
t.ald Cohinel J. V. Jones this mornlni;.
"Tlio it 111 let I n published tlio fact
that the i n it It In would not Join the
icKiilnr army inaneuvers more tlian n
month iiko, and lit that time kuvo tho
rial re.u-ons, which mo that we feel
that as the KUardKinen n I) spend only
live days in the Held, they can Krt
mm ii Rood from u siparato' camp,
wheru lliey can Rut company and bat
talion Instruction nnd work out somo
or the problems that tho olllcers liavo
been studying durlmr the winter. The
regulars will bu In the Held fur at
least two weeks. It Is ImposHlhle for
the militia to bo out thls.lonR, as they
Ret no Territorial pay Tor Hold camps
and lould not afford to be absent from
rcRtilnr business that long; If they
Joined the regulars ror tho live days
available, It would tnke a. day to get
Cliciilt .liulgo II. V.. Cooper wnnlH to
leslgn his positions as member of the
Knplnl.ini l'nrk Commission nml tlio
board of regents of tlio C'oIIoro of 1 la
wall. .IiihI at prcHcnt Ihcio nppearH lo
bo sumo question uh to whether bo him
not already tendered bin resignations
to (!ncrnor Krenr.
"I resigned about two weeks iiro,"
nalil I lie Judge Ihls morning, "giving
my reason Hint I felt I could not do
Justice to thn (lutlcB entailed hy thoso
responsible positions In addition to
tnke Ihoso places.'
"I liavo recoiled no resignation from
JuiIko-Cooper," snl.l llio Governor to-'"
day, "HioiiKh ho Inrorinpil mo vprbally
snmo time nn lie wimteil to reslKii.
Ills term on the board of rcKentH ox-
plred April 3d, but I want especially to
Pnlnlli lilm mi tlifil Itnilv fi.ifl ulinll luln
' no action until 1 bear further from
. ti I in. Ho lias sent In no formal rcsii;
nation In writing so far as I Know, nml
no net Ion will bo taken In cither caso
t.nlil he does.
"1 mil Krlcied to lenm or bis detcr
i mlnntlon, ami If I ennnot dlnsuado blin
wo will Ioso ono of our best men on
.IuiIkc hooper has been a member ol
tho board of recents or tlio rollemi ov-
or t-tnen Hint bodv rnmn into oxlstenro I
more than four years aco, and has
boon associated with the Pnrk Com
missioners for many cnrs. Ills thor-
iiiirIi kuowleitRo of the nffnlrs of hotlil
has made him almost linnluablo and
the (iiuerniir conslilcri) him almost In
I'.ibpensahle. SIIKH.MAX COMI.M1.
I Tlio I'nltcd Stales transport Slier
man left San Francisco at noon today
taken aboard at that point and for
transportation lo this point, piobab-l
ly uriMtiK here May Hi
to camp and a day lo Rtt li.uk, leav
ing only tin co days tor maneuvers.
Tills would uecoiiipllsli ery llltlo
"Tlio relations between Hie National
(iuard and this iliparluient are most
loidlal," said Colonel Campbell. aetiiiR
... II.. I.... . .., it. I .l.i.. '..!
Hlj'ltltlll hlll.ll, (III-, III", ,,,,, H. " .
, , , , , , , , i
onel Jones s ll hero oury few das,
and (leneral Miiiumb Is Itetulv luler
PMtcil In tlio wciraro of the Territorial
troops. The sumo applies to Captain
Johnson, luspiclor-lustriictor of the
(luard Tlio fact that tlio militia was
not to Join with tlio regulars In tho
rail niamnivira was known moro than
a month iiro, and published at that
Tho theory of any friction betwten
tho Riiardsmen and tho reRiiMrs falls
tbrmiRh with the anununeeinent made
In the flu I lot In that, the I'nrtShar
ter liattallou will work out u problem
Willi the Kuardsmeu on the final day
of tlio hitter's July cntnp. Tho II u I
lotln published In tlio issues of April
1. B and 27 details of the separalo
militia camp, and Heneral Maconib's
Iilatis for the rcRtilar army Jimnouvers,
so far as then known, together with
the personnel of tho muneiiwr board.
It whs to these two stories that Coll
onels Campbell nnd Jones referred In
their Interviews this nimiiliiK.
(Associated r-rsa ChOIc.i
HATLESDUHG, Miss., May 6. A
special train conveying Confederate
veterans of Texas to attend the grand
reunion at Macon, Ga., was wrecked
near this town today.
Ten passengers and four members
of the train crew wero killed and at
loast forty injured.
tt tt s: s: :s :: t: :t :: :: tt it st t: ::'
'''l'0 ynollt "awall gol away for tt
tt Hie Cousl promptly at 2:1:0 tills tt
Ji tt .t tt tt tt tt tt t. .t tt .t .t .t tt tt I
"llel outyoiir kIiimm-siiihI .urlli. - iU -
liiK iihout June 23. ion ought 'o
Mliiii mo inccrs ny nun nine, ami mu
Hist sail sighted ought to be tlio Ha
waii The HChoomr Is better than ever
and ought to outrnut tlio lest of thn,
trait alt the wn It the Miens nil
board call help her along jim may be
Mile Hint she'll gel all Ibe urging that j
Hie law allows. We're in this,rucc o
win, and we hope to show tiie people
of Hoiiiiliilu that Hie money they haw
so generously donated lor the im-u,
fund lias been well Imested"
fo spoke Captain V. II. Sliouil,
skipper of Hie staunch scliooner I In- j
wall, which is tu Hy Hie imiumit of
the IImhuII Vaiht.('luba in Hie biennial!
Iraiispaelllu race, wlilc'li starts fioiu i
S.iii I'ulio. Ciil . Jiiiik 11. I
At I'.mO o'clock (his afternoon the
Hawaii sllppul her monriiiKs from the
Oceanic dock and started on the InuK
heal to the starting line l-'avorable
weather liobllnn, she should reach San
I'cdrn about May 28. twenty-two days
beliiR the tlmo resulted to make the
tun up two jears iiro, when 'the Un
well captured premier honors on tho
An enthusiastic RutlierliiK or yachts
men was at Hie dnik lo w isli Captain
Sttouil and ills Riillant ctew hon vo -(iKe.
and Hyre win more than oil'
"lass lb.it loved a sallni to Hiittei the
(Continued on Page 3)
HEAVY RAINS AND
CAsNoclated Press r-at,i y
NEW ORLEANS, La., May
,j , ( ,,, , , . t
Heavy rains fa ng aro dishearten ng
,. . . . ,
thousands who are
' trrtr.nlt.f.n l!ij lau.ai
I Motorboats are rescuing peoplo from
the housetops. It is conceded that
many havo perished.
(Hperlnl lllille'-" cl? I -NEW
ORLEANS, La, May 6. Por.
tlons of eighteen parishes aro now In
undated, EXPOSITION TOURISTS
LUNCHED IN BERLIN
(Hp'Clnl Itu 1 let In Cable )
BERLIN, Ger., May 6. Tho Panama-Pacific
were guests of honor at a luncheon
given by tho foreign ministers today.
SAN ITtANCISCO, Cnl.
lleets: 8$ annlysis, 13k. 7 1-
!d ; parity
1 1.90c, I'reyjpuu ,qupitlon,
?!ltfca I MKtiSMt , .-.ai.'.' .y;At&u.v . iiJu.
(HKTl.il Mil lit' t In Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 6. The Democrats members
of the Senate Finance ComnVttec are wavcrintj between a
twenty-five per cent and a thirty-three and one-third per
cent reduction in the sugar tariff as a substitute for the "free
sugar" bill that passed the House. A cut of thirty-three and
one-third per cent is the maximum that the Democrats sug
gest. C. S. ALBERT.
PIG" LITTLE HAS
HIS CHANCE, NOW
" ( ...TV T ..
"llii'ij il"K li.m bin iliij." inmmcnt-
ed a spc on bo.ud the ship
ward Hi-wall this mornhiR.
,,v M,.,Mi ,.llJnj K i,lllKpr. ,. f .the
,:iWliri, ,.. u, (ll,w f f, -H
greenhorns was facing mi align mid
inl-fiic.,! ..,.1i .,, ,.i, i-ieu ,
KHer and tedder
the face ns
moi'iiliiK hi lit on
It was Ha lakllie
of depoiition-i In
SAY "HANDSJ)FF" TO MEN
Willi the election of Ibe permanent coihIiir lo our mcptinRU and nddrehslnR
offlccrrticb or Hie Hawaiian Wotnen'H us is absolutely unnecessary. Soma or
Politic ill OrRiinirnllon and with a lew them talk nonsense, ifnd wo do not
lo enlarging lis tii'ltienco In tho Terrl want to listen to them,
tory, Hie leaders or I he lull will IicrIii "Tho purpose or tho organization of
to eslnbllsh biaiiches In nil thn pro- this hill Is not only lo sec Hint tho
cliictH or the I'oiiitli and Firth llepro- women (if Hawaii uei have n right to
tiiilatlve Districts This done, I tin or- Mile as Iho men do, hut In help better
fleers will bo elected nml It will lln'ii tho Iiro In our homes ns well. Willi
ho Incittnbeiil upon them to report Hio estahllslnnpiit of branches In all
progress rf Iho work In Iho respect- the prednds II Is our heller Hint Iho
le branches. situation will ho heller In hand."
One thing which Is holheritiK thn Next Thursday nrieruoou another
memheis or Hi" hill Is Iho activity or meeting will bo held in Iho llirano llo
soiiic men who ate pollthnlly amhl- tcl. II Is expected Hint some of tho
tlniiK. This sort of tiling, mild somo lending while women of Honolulu will
ol Hie wotii'Mi lodav, Is nonsensldil. he present lo iiddless the meolltiR,
"The men should keep their hands Their talks will bo Irilerpieteil Into
ofT," bnbl a leader to a II u 1 1 o I I it in- Hawaiian for Iho henelli or those who
poller today "(If course, they tiro 'hi not understand I'ugllsb.
1 rlvllegeil lo come to our meeting:, Should plans now In Iho hands of
provided lh me tc'iucstcd to do no, Hio committee be ndopted, which is
but the iden or some or Iho politicians fContlnued on Page 6) '
KONA TOBACCO COMPANY MAY ;
BRING CROPJACK FOR CIGARS
Tli nt tlio pipKcut crop or Iho Konu
Tobacco Coiiipnny may ho brought
back lo llnwnll and uiado up Into el
gnrn here, Instead of beltiR sold III
Now York, is Iho latest development
, In tho company. Tho rattso ror this Is
j Hint Manager .1. L. Dnnlels, who has
iRono lo tho iiinliilntid with tho tobacco
'crop lo market, has not beon able to
Ret Iho price ho nnd tho company
.think should bo given.
I Manager Daulclu has been In the
'east ror somo time conducting negotia
tions. Mr. Clinton (1 Owen, secrotnry
of tho (oinpanj, wns nskod an to n ru
mor thai tho crop has been sold nnd
wild Hint tho matter Is still not deehl
I Tho Hawaiian tobacco Is admittedly
of lino quality, and local smokers who
had a chanco to try tho cigar made ol
It under Manager Dnnlels' supervision
l wilt testily that tho weed Is nil admlr
j?ti t ii' i5(,. m ',
. -u.i. X
Hie t.'UOUO llliel suit broiiRht fiKiilnst
the slop, and Ibe dapper young ciiap
was UxirKe I). Utile or Ht Louts, one
or Ho- trio of "millionaire tramps" who
are workltiR their way around the
world. Little, who Is an attorney, real
ly, and not a foremast hand, was uno
of Hie crew of the S'-wnll for about
two weeks, on the niiRe down, and
now Little, the attorney, Is "ot coun
sel" (Little and tborse Curry) nml
Ibis morning be was represi ntiiiK his
clbiit. Crank Sullivan
Kedcr.ll .Indue Dole mined Ills court
iIovmi to' (he det k of tile IMward Sew
all tlilV iimriiliiK .i j t ti 1 1 (Mil It of
the Sewall rUuiil op u cofii and ioin
forlablr (oiitlrooiii h hpreadlm; cau
as orr part of tin deik, and Iterf
Hie participants Riilhereil
Veterans vs. Youngsters.
(Continued on Page 6)
ptilo ono from a Kinoknr'a Klamlpofnt.
Nevertheless, says Mr. Owen, the to
bacco tins still lo innko lis way, and
tho prices offered aro not Ihoso which
Iho company fools Justltleil In ntcopt
Wo havo a IiIr doinand for Urn cl'
gars light heio, nuil thero Is n possi
bility In case Mr. Daniels does not
close ror tho crop soon thai wo will
make It up ouiscHcs Into cigars," snhl
The Keoken ClRar Company, lit
which mnny of tho samn stockholders
ns orRnnlzod tho Ilnw'nllnu Tobncco
Compnny nro Interested, already has n
factory well nlotiR and makes lino cl
Rnrs. Tho company does not feel nt nil dls
couniRed, knowing that tho tobacco
has "Iho Roods," but tho members real
Izo that It Is at the stage whore ll
has to make a market, nnd that this
will ho slow.
ARMY READY 10
C Amiocl.itfil frf OiitiiM l
DALLAS, Tex., May 6. Tho Rooso
vett and Taft supporters are both dm
puting the control of the majority of
delegates elected to tho State conven
tion. Wilton is apparent victor in tho
. Sjw-i.il itu 1 1 nt 1 1) r.tbi )
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL May 6.
Former U. S. Senator Albert J. Dev
endge of Indiana and Gilford Pinchot
former chief forester, have arrived here
to stump the State for Roo&evelt.
WILSON AND CLARK
MEN ARE DISPUTING
( AKSiw-ltn-d I'rrss Cable )
WALLA WALLA. Wash, May 6
Tho Wilson and Clark men are dis
puting the control of the Stato conven
tion. BALTIMORE, Md May 6. Tho voto
In the Maryland primaries is very
S. GIVES CHINESE
CHANCE FOR LIVES
(HtHH-Itil flu lie Ht ClIilP.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 6
Three hundred Chinese, fearful of be
ing massacred by the Mexicans, have
appeaTed to Washington and have.becn
granted permission temporarily to
come upon United States soil by en
tering Cagte Pass.
STILL GOING ON
(Kl-'il.ll nil I lei In ("ill,!,' )
TUCSON, An., May 6. Ono thou
sand rebels have been repulsed in an
attack on Mocoroto, Gonora. One hun
dred were killed. Tho federal loss was
3 killed and 40 deserted,
(KhHhI Hot lot In Cubh- )
MAZATLAN, Mox, May 6. Tho
transport Ouford on arrival here re
ports all tranquil along tho coast.
GETSJJNLY 4 YEARS
IHperlnl 11 III lr till Cable
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, May 6.
The Japaneso cook of tho bark Amer
icana, who murdered tho captain at
sea, was today rentenced to four years'
f Kpertil H ll I I e t n Cnbln )
CHICAGO, III., May 6. It is feared
that the freight handlors striko may
A general court martini convened nl
the ii. mil station this morning to trv
Iliius Herbert Mauritius, n deserter
fmm the marine corps It Is under
stooif that .Mauritius pleaded guilty to
(ill the speclllratlnus.
The accused, who was n Runnerv
scrKcnnt ut Camp Very, disappdired
from thai pout rehrunry (i He was
apprehended at Kort Do Hussy March
18, having Immediately reeullsted In
the army Mauritius wns soon spot
ted, and his arrest followed
The Rrnernl In, pe.il fr.i the Dcpart
inciii ol Ifnvnil Urn li"ili fieneral Ma-
(otnb mi I ( olniii I 11m ii. cbief medical
olllier el Hie Wistiin lilsiou. recom-
uiendeil bf estahllsle'il at 1'oit Shatter,
has llnnlh In en iiiiHiorlred by Hio War
Department Work is to lie commenc
ed nt once, bv iniitrnit. nnd within a
row dnvs the notice or proposals will
be issued by Hie iiiiisirin iIiir ipinrter
muster On April 22 the Hit I lot In
printed, from ptlinte ItifoimnHnu, tho
news Hint the hospital vmls soon to ho
started, hut oillelnl confirmation had
not been recoiled nt Hint tlmo.
When omiiloted. the general hospi
tal will (ost nbout J2MI.IMUI and will
hnvc n(eotnmodntlous lor the sick nnd
Injured or nn iiiniv or tn.nnu. Oie full
garrison of the Islnml acrordlng to
present plans. Aa n starter, how6vor,
three wnrds only are lo bo built, less
Hinn hair the entlro fund being nvnll
able nt Hie present time.
"The plan Is to pill up a pari of tho
permanent building." said Cnptnlii I'.
II. IMwnrds. constructing ipiartcrmnR
ter. "The ma'erlal will be reinforced
concrete and the work will be done by
I contract. Notkrs Inviting bids will bo
out in n few dn8. The completeilli.ji
nlHil will luito seven wards, hiLl'only.
three of these will hi built now Thcso
i will lake cure of 12'i imn
CALL NEW BIDS
ON SECOND BELT
The Onliu I. nan I'iiimI Commission Is
adierllsitiR for bids on the second belt
road sedlon. this being the section on
which the cniitrnct of the Lord-Young
fnmpuu) wns canceled following n So
promo foul I decision on Iho llrst sec
lion, bill hehl to apply to the second
'Ibe bids for both M-ctlons wljl now
be opened al noon tut Saturday, May
IS, nt Itoom in. Young Hotel htilldlm;.
The second feet Ion In HI and 52-100
miles long, from Klpapn gulch to Wul
Whether the Uinl YoiiliR HiiRlneer
lug Company will oppose the cancclla,
tlmi of Iho (ouHiut and the plan to
call for a second si I of bids Is not et
determined. As late ns noon today It
ias stated flimi the ollh nt the com
p.tui that no eoutwo or iiillou had been
ilclnllcl set I led upon It is ptesum
ed that II the (outpau decides to op
pose Iho (lectin lug of Its colli l act void,
it will sue for an Injunction against tho
Commlssiou Idling the coniiact again.
If Oscar t'nderwood withdraws from
the raie for the Dentin tulle nomina
tion lor President, Alabama's IS dele
gates will ho ttuiiiMnictcd and 3K of
llioin will ole lor (ioiernor Woodrow
H. E. HE.NDRICK, LTD.
Merchant and Alakea Phon. 26-13
f fJfll rrrt,-jv Aia