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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5254.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912 12PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
OCEANIC COMPANY W
AMERICAN FLAG RESTORED IN COAST-AUSTRIALIAN POSTAL SERVICE
10 PA1G APPEAL
Attorney-General Wants Action;
Don't Believe Can Get It Soon
In U. S. Supreme Court
The Rapid Transit company may not time nml labor, Lindsay, after perns
In. permitted to iiipent to the Supremo lug the document, nays lie ban found
Court of tho irmtttl States from the that In effect It Is a writ of niandii-
reeent decision of tho Supremo Court
of the Terrltorj, concerning the com
plin) 'h duly to pave between the trucks
of Its lines.
This new phase of the situation do
Mloped this morning on tho announce
ment of Attorney General Lindsay that
he may object to tho entering of Judg
ment by tho Hupreme Court In lie
eordnnco with Its it cent decision.
Ills reason for this, ho says, Is that
If judgment Is entered the company
will be enabled to appeal Immediately.
If the appeal Is mado It Is iulte ecu
mils, ordcilug the (omp.iii) to do the
paving Should this be placed on rec
ord, the company would bo at liberty
to miiko the appeal und then the work
of pitxlug uouhl be IndellnlUly post
poned Win tin r this Judgment wilt be en
tered probably will be determined next
Wednesday morning, when tho matter
will be heard by the Supremo Court.
"Ah ii matter of filet," mild Lindsay
tltl morning, "we have not asked tho
ourt fort n Judgment ngnliist tho
eomp.iny. We agreed with the eom-
erallv coiicedid that llual JiidKinent by .i.iny'H counsel on n stipulation of
the Supiemo Court of the United i facts, and presented these to the court
Slates can not bo expected within two, merely for an opinion as an Interpfe-
ito live years, .In tho meantime tlieitntlon of the law, -
TcVrllofy"would bo powerless In thoj "We now hue that Interpretation,
case and the company could not be; We also liuxc n statute that compels
compelled to do the paving for that, tho company to do the p.ivlnir. witn
leutllli of time.
The form of tho Judgment, tho re
sponsibility for which Ilea with the at
torney gent nil, already 1ms been drawn,
said Lindsay today, by Attorney D I
WlthlnRton, counsel for the Knpld
Transit company, ostensibly to save
the attorney general and his staff some
ilia proviso that If It doesn't, tho coun
ty tan do the work und assess tho
expense against the Itnpld Transit
"We bud Intended holding the hear
ing on the Judgment this morning, but
Iiiimj asked that It be postponed be
cause we don't know jet whether the
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YOUTHFUL ATTORNEYS STIRRING
UP SENSATION IN SEWALL CASE
TREASURER IS PRAISED
Tho assessed valuation of tho Terrl- Tho total tax: assessment for tho
lory of Hawaii shows an In'ereaso of at Territory la $177,792,911. Tlio amount
least $10,33r,.r.l8 over tho llgures uf Involved In appeals Is $G.S73.(S1, leav
last year, This does not Includo the Ing n clear total xaluatlon at present
ruinations assessed In tho cases ap-jof $170,919,550.
pealed and now pending, while If tho
valuations as now set aro held good
by the appeal boards to whom they
aro to bo icferred the lotal valuation
of tho teal and personal property In
tho Islands will inn mnro than $23,000,
1)00 abnxo that of 1911 figures.
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth and
Territorial Treasurer Conkllng finish
ed tho compilation of tho llgures this
morning preparatory to cabling tho
totals to Governor Prcur, who now Is
at tho National capital.
"This great Increase In tho Terri
tory's assessed valuation Is highly
gratifying," declared tho Acting Gov
ernor, "as showing tho Increased pros
perity of the country and In giving tho
Govornmant a material adxancomont
"And Treasurer Conkllng is to bo
jirnlsed for his work. Tho advance
ment In valuations Is duo largely to
FOR U. S.
(Special Itutletln Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 3
Pottmaiter General Hitchcock today
accepted the proposal of the Oceanic
Steamship Company to carry the mads
from San Francisco to Australia. Dy
tins action the American flag is restor
ed in the poctal service on the Pacific.
HOUSE PASSES BILL
TO PROTECT SHIPPING coKus?1
t Associated T"ts r-abin.
COLUMBUS. O, June 3 Tho Re
publican State convention opened to
day, with the Tatt forcej claiming 408 '
out of the 7S4 delegates elected at the
recent primaries. They claim to have
eleven votes, giving them control of
the committees and of the formation ,1
of the next State central committee.'
,The Roosevelt forces have nine. Sen
ator Theodore Burton, temporary chair
man, says tho fight is uncompromising.
(Rrx'dnl Hlllll'tln Cable.) !
. WASHINGTON, D. C, June 3. The
Hfliii tnrlav naar4 thai hill (n nr-ntrt
thlnnlna. to refuse clearance to -trust- . dec,"d th1 th hl8h ''"B problem.
I ... ..... ' la nnl attrihiitatd In it,- f,mIIu. I
June 3. Senator,,
speech before the,
State convention today Is believed to.!
foreshadow the Chicago platform. Hiij
owned" ships, and providing fines, con
fiscations and penalties.
tariff and urged scientific monetary and i
! Tim assessment hv Islands Is as fol
lows: Oahu, $84,14li,7G7; Maul, $33,-
741,115; Hawaii, $39,891,700; and Ka
Mill, $20,012,9.19. The appeals at Issue
at present are, by Islands: Oahu, $1,-
GSfi,S9.p; Maui, $801,121; and Hawaii
Tho llgures gathered this morning
also show that the amount expended,
out or tho present loan fund of !,
500,000 totals $1.10l,9S0.'li;.
The notlceablo featuio of tho assess
ment this t'ur Is that it Is materially
higher almost In every instance, mid
whllo tho Territorial Treasurer has
Incurred a largo number of appeal
cubes he has made big money for tho
Territorial Government, eon If ovory
raso should be decided In tho appel
All theso facts, condensed Into a
cablo message of
Prominent figures In unique libel
suit brought against ship Edward Sew
all. Photograph above Is that of
Frank Sullivan, seaman suing for $30,
000 for alleged Injuries. The large pic
ture above shows the three "million
aire tramps" who shipped as foc'sle
hands on the Scwall from San Francis
co to Hawaii. At tho extreme left Is
A. R. Dupont, scion of French royalty;
next him Is George O. Little, son of a
St. Louis capitalist and admitted to
practice law in this Territory so he
could go into the libel suit as attorney
for Sullivan. George S. Curry, Hono
lulu attorney and associated with Lit.
tie in pressing the .case, Is seated be
side him. Next is Sidney R. Francis,
son of ex-Governor Francis of Ml
tourl. Second Mate Schneider, whose
orders sent Sullivan aloft on the day
he was hurt, Is at the extreme right.
In the lower picture are Little and Cur
ry, the two youthful proctors for the
libell.int. Photos taken aboard the
Sewall, The case comes to a crisis in
the Federal Court tomorrow.
(Asanclntrl rreaa Cable.) I
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 3. The !
House approp'rfation committee today
eliminated the provision for tne Taft
tariff board in the sundry civil appro
priation bill. Heavy reductions were
made in the appropriations for the Pa- '
nama Canal and for public buildings. I
Twenty-five thousand dollars is al- i
lowed for tho President's annual trav
back on program
4rM-lated Pri-ar f?nbtp.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 3. The
Senate today restored the two Initio
ship provision in the naval appropri
ation bill which was killed by the
::DR. WILCOX ASKED 10 GIVE
OPINION ON FRUIT-FLY WORK
1'The purpose of the Board Is-to court a free and full Investigation of
the subjtct and to secure an Independent and unbiased opinion on whether
or not the work of controlling the fruit fly Is being carried out on system
atic and scientific lines. ... If the Board is doing the work as thoroughly
i.s can be expected in view of the comparatively small appropriation at Its
command, the public should be so Informed In order to refute the charge
MORE SUGAR HISTORY
(Special nnflt-ttn Cabl.)
NEW YORK. N. Y.. June 3. A let
ter from Che:ter S. Morey of Denver
was introduced in evidence in the sug
ar case today. In it Havemeyer said,
"Anything you and Oxnard do Is satis
factory to me." The government sought
to prove by this an agreement between
the beet-sugar and cane-sugar interests.
lAaaorlntn Prwaa r-T,i, '
FORT MONROE, Vn, Juno 3.-
President Taft today received the ar
mored cruiser Moltke and the protected ;
cruisers Bremen and Stettin, the Ger
man warsnips which nave arnoa on
their American visit. The third Pul
sion of the Atlantic fleet met the visit
ing ships. .
i rttrlnt,i1 Press Cnbl.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., June 3 i
The State Supreme Court today for
mally disbarred Abe Ruef, the ex-boss.
ARIZONA G. 0. P. SPLITS
fflnwlnl Ho llel in Cnblr )
TUCSON, Ariz, June 3. The Taft
inH Rnoifswlt fn rrti In fh nnnhllran 1
which has been made through the public press that the present method of state convention have split, each elect,
control was a farce" ,na ,x de,fl,te, t0 the nation, con.
" "" " vention at Chicago,
rresideiit V. M. Glfrnrd of the llu Honolulu, Juno 1, 1912. , , ', .
icau of Agriculture and Porosity has l)r II. V. Wilcox, Honolulu. nciMIAMn nc CAMC ic
lled Dr. 13. V. Wilcox, til- Dear Sir You aro cordially Invited ul-"'"':" .Y'1 "'J. '
by (ho Hoard of Agriculture to make UblblMbU 1U IN TnlbLU
formal!) hiNlled Dr. 13. V. Wilcox, til-
'lector of the I'edeiul experiment sta
tion, to addicbs a public mectlug of an address before u public meeting of
,, , , , .. , ... ., .... . . (Associated !ree Cable.i
uio iiouiii on i mi Biiujeci in ciiiiuJuiniK mm niniy on mo moiuous 0 roinuat- SAN FRANCISCO Cal June 3. As
llfty-slx words, aro thousand papers is tho astonishing l1"" MC""L,rrft"c'lm ,rml " l,c" am '" ,l10 Mediterranean fruit lly in Ho- , rut 0f the revolt against the long-
I I , .. .. '' " i"" '"" ..-.vw-..... . itw .., tin i.u,ii:i win. i,j uiu lumiu Q no HOn l-rinc ICO hall learn. Wil.
1 lie result Is hoped to ho a public ' -Miuimner last. Tlio Hoard Ham Reidy, well known as a former
I.Ike u leaf from musty
times, recoiiutliiR the blood-thrilling-
war romances of flfl years ngo, reads
a. document on which John F. HiickS
.-mi i iu an- ins urposiiion mis al
Showing u total s.iio of 0wr ton!
being cabled across to Governor Krenri record
u-rnoiin and ns tho result of which ho
iiiiij rteelxe- n ery largo portion offii:
fund of llG7,S2i:7. , j;
The document is a petition naktni?
hnvii In Hwi mnni'iiiv nn.,ui... iu, '1 lie result Is liniH.nl to ho a Public since NoMiniber last. Tho Hoard Ham Reidy, well known as a former fur tb. ihu.i divi.in,. ni 11,1. u,,, .'
- " tnismi nun nun; vuiiiini . , "- - ni buii nuif i
Tul Kong secures the first prlzo. hav-l1'1"1011"'111 "Bm nl1 impainni oxpen m i '" i i uiiioui nan piayer, nas supplanted Panny Long Held bj the t'nltcd Hlate-s Rovcrnment.J
at 'three linllotln nows-
(Contlnued on Page 3)
MORE FOR GOVERNMENT LEASES ,i
lias over promliiently figured more
correctly, llnlshed Henry Peterson,
who was thltd In tho Anil) contest,
ust munuged to get the heconil prlzo
I with u leeonl of clglity-elglit moio
papeis sold than by Joseph Ak.ma,
Government land held under lease marked contiast to tho $3 and $1 and tho earnor of tho third award. Peter
by plantations Is showing u rapid In-( $,'. uii aero at which luuds has been sou's total was 3181, Akumi's. 2090
Knmiin In viilni,. Hitd members uf the held in liiuiiv Instances. . I Thn nrlzn n!Ti,i- Is n nvi.nl r innrli
Uind Hoard believe that thousands of Of dliect bearing on the futuro linportuticu to tho nowsboys, It being
dolluis extru will bo turned In to tho rentals that tlio land board will feel iiiiulu at tho beginning of cury
government In tho form of rentals. justified In asking -was u statement month, nil of the boys taking u gieat1
from now on. made berore the board that Y. Ahln, a deul of Interest In tlio limit outcoino
What Is likely to prove an Import- Chinese farmer, pu)s $10 u year' per Tor the month of Juno prizes hao
nnt1 precedent In establishing tho'uero for tlio Palnina cnno-llclds that been offeied to eery body who sells
prlcu to bo paid for gooinincnt leases, were formerly rlco-putches, mid that it certuln uiuniuil of papers. Tills
,lf the llguro agreed upon recently by,hu Is clearing $00 up acre each (cnr. gives nil tho bojs an opportunity In
tho land board and Honolulu I'lnntu-j It was stati'd and noted by the board sccuro u prize und at It-ast llfty of
Hon for land at Aleu, Sonio 200 ucies tliut In two scars this Chlnauuiu has the oiingHleis ilciliuo tliey will bo
was leased at $IS un ucie. This Is In'clcaicd $19,000. Juno uwuid lunula.
lug bold an men four thousand n.i-to the cllli.iey of tho present methods
pers. In political circles Jio would which huo neon attacked iiy t'rof. - - -
bo designated a dink liorso us this Islllcnrj Severln of tlio College of llu-. Decieo of abkoluto dhorco was gl)-
tho first nowsboy contest In which hefwall, now on his way to tho Coast to Cn I'redetlck Hedegnnrd by Judgo
picsent his own statements to tho Whitney this morning from Silvia
California authorities. . I lledeg.i.ird, on tho grounds of descr-
Tho date und placn of tho meeting, Hon
have not been decided upon, but will ' i
bo announced shortly, , j
ID erbal Imitation. l)r, Wilcox will
also touch upon tho subject of tho cul
ilwiilon, riclcetlon and lnarkctlug of
banuuiiH and other fruits. While tho
Hoard of Agrlciilturo Is not directly
coneeiued In tho hitter subject, still it
Is cousldoied an opportune time for
tho Hoard as an agricultural body to
hear Dr. Wilcox speak, and It Is hoped
that theie will ho a number of banana-
Piesldent (llffuid'H lettur of Invita
tion, which Is sulf explanatory, leads
us follows: . Phone 2648
as manager of the Seals.
Hi its bS analysis, lis
4 49c Previous iiuotatlou,
We have the largest stock In the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt attention.
H. E. IIENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakei
to be apportioned among tho heirs of,
the three original owners of tho w hai
ling esscl Harvest, which was sunk
by the I'onfedrruto ship Shenandoah"
Oil, June 3. In Miireh, UCS, nt Ascetuduu Island,
s Sd.; parity, The llnrni-t at that tlmo was own-
12s Id M'd li Henry llackfehl, James I. Dow-
sett and rrunk Moltcnn and opernleil
b) them as a whaling schooner, largely
In northern wuterx. She was sailing
under tho colors of tho Hawaiian king
dom, but ns ulio lay In thn hurbor 'at
Ascension Island, together with threo
The const artillery will bo i.ivcn
pruetlso for tho first tlmo with tho big
siege guns which arrlxed hero nearly
two years ago, mid which nro n-v
stored in a shed at l.ellehua Original
ly thesi guns wero taken to ".-ort llu- other ships of tlio United Slates,, tin,
ger. but there was no proper place to Khennudo.ili, owned and operated by
keep them, and they were rmroied to persons working for tho Confederacy,''
1dlcliuu 'killed in from Melbourne, Auitraltuj
heptcmner Is the dale set 'or the and after u shorn llcht took nues
slego gun practise, und the coatt.nr-.slon of tho other vessels and Included
tlllirymen will go to Schnllebl liar- the lliuet, believing ho was oper
racks one company at n tlmo to work ntlng under tho charter of ;ho United
thn plectV. Service pruetlso with tho States government. ;&,
mnrtnr Imttery at uiiger Is set for mid-' An International (uestlnn with GreatJ
August. (Continued on Page 3)