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of the Governor will be given to the
petitioners today, in order to have it
over with and the boards cleared for
the meeting of the Board of Health
Such a turn of events has been provided
for' by Wallach, who will announce
very shortly that he has placed
his services at the disposal of the
Mikado of Japan. It is expected by
his friends that such an announcement
will create a furor among the
native Hawaiians here and strengthen
him. 'Hope slipping from their grasp
will be the more eagerly pursued. Even
before the Interview Wallach had with
the Governor, and before the petition
of the Home Rulers was drawn up, 1
a letter had been sent to Consul Gen- ,
eral Salto in which his good offices
were requested In bringing the healer's
claims before the Japanese
lach. That he has a leprosy cure which
he Is willing to demonstrate to the
satisfaction of medical science; that
all he wants is a chance to prove himself,
after which he will be ready to
talk terms for a sale of his remedies.
Wallach has by no means given up
hopes of being given a chance to try
his little hypo and salve here, however.
Prior to hTs application and petition
he discussed the possibility of being
turned down and although he expressed
the greatest hopes of his mission
to the Capitol being successful announced
also the fact that if Governor
Frear proved less the father of the
people than he hoped he would go aft- j
er him in the same merciless fashion:
he has gone after Pinkham. Whether
the effect of this going after was to be
more successful than it apparently has
been on Pinkham Wallach made no
"If Gov. Frear is not the man I expect
he is and turns down the last hope
of the poor Hawaiians, he will lose all
the good will that the people have
now for him and I can not answer for
the consequences," said Wallach, as
late ago as last Saturday, in the same
interview in which he announced to
the world his discoveries along the
lines of Instantaneous cures for bubonic
and hook worms.
President Pinkham, of the Board of
Health, will have an Interview with
Wallach at 10 o'clock this morning, at
Pinkham's request. Whether Pinkham
Is to call Wallach down for styling
him a windbag or is prepared to ask
him officially for his hook-worm remedy
has not been announced. The
"Little Talk" of the healer in the Advertiser
of Saturday, in which Pinkham
is stated to have full knowledge
of Wallach's open practise of medicine,
is one of the matters most discussed
at present In the whole Wallach
situation, being regarded as even
more astonishing than Wallach's fifteen-minute
bubonic specific or his
In speaking of the fact that one of
the afternoon papers had announced
his name as a candidate for the officii
of Collector of Customs, ex-Secretary
of the Territory A. L. C. Atkinson
vigorously denied any interitlon of
seeking the office. He said:
"Talk of this kind is foolish. I am
not a candidate for the office of collector,
and If you will look at the
petition asking for the retention of E.
R. Stackable In office, you will find
my signature, and it Is
TIE ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the churches
of Oahu will be held at Waikane, on
the other side of this island, beginning
next Friday. The meeting will con-
The letter was very much along the tlnue over Sunday,
line of claims made so tf ten by Wal- I Arrangements have been
entertain the delegates fr6m the Hawaiian
Board and the Anti-Saloon
League and other similar organizations,
at the Koolau residence of L.
L. McCaudless. Among those who go
from here will be Rev. O. H. Gulick,
John G. Woolley, Theodore Richards
and John M. Martin.
WILL NOT RETURN THIS WAY.
A private letter has been received
from Congressman John M Reynolds
written from the Club Ifotel, Yokohama,
in which he expresses his regret
that he finds it impossible to return
MARCONI, THE DISCOVERER OF PRACTICAL WIRELESS
A! GATE MONEY
Ministerial Union Takes Strong
Ground Against the
At the meeting o'f the Ministerial.
Union held yesterday morning strong
ground was taken against the proposal
of the basebair enthusiasts to
have Sunday games during the visit
of the Coast nine here. The objection
taken is not to Sunday games per se,
such as those of the Kalanianaole, the
Riverside and the Kakaako leagues,
where no charge Is made and where
the games are purely for sport and
recreation. The objection Is to Sun
day games where the gate receipts are
the principal motive and incentive. ,
(The Rev. A. C. McKeever of the
Christian church, Rev. DavTd Crane of
the Methodist church, and Rev. Frank
Scudder of the Japanese work were
elected to membership. The following
officers for the year were elected:
President, Rev. Da-. Id Crane;"" secretary,
Rev. Frank Scudder; chairman
of the program committee, Rev. A. O.
home via Honolulu, and desiresto notify
his many friends here whom lie
was looking forward to seeing again
that he is compelled to forego that
MR. AND MRS. D. D. BALDWIN-MARRIED
HALF A CENTURY
MR, AND MRS. D. D. BALDWIN, FROM DAGUERREOTYPES
TAKEN NEARLY FIFTY YEARS AGO.
Children and grandchildren, a
brother and sisters, and many friends
were present yesterday afternoon at
Glenside, Haiku, Maui, to offer their
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Baldwin on the fiftieth anniversary of
their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin
came here as bride and groom early in
1S5S, having been married the October
before anfl saJ1,ns a,most immediatey
iPolitically the Notley faction is not
to have all the advantages to be had
by way of Cape Horn. Mr. Baldwin
was born In Honolulu, the son of Rev.
and Irs. Dwight Baldwin, members
fron having Wallach. Yesterday it 0f the fourth company jof missionaries,
was stated that the Democrats, or at and it was while a student at Yale
that he met Miss Lois Gregory Morris ,
the daughter of a prominent merchant
of Bridgeport, Conn. They were married
soon after his graduation.
In "Hawaii Mr. Baldwin was connected
with the educational department
for forty years, and was for several
years at the head of it. Mr.
Baldwin is the foremost authority on
Hawaiian land shells, ferns and moss,
and his collections of these are unsurpassed.
Eight children and twenty-three
grand-children of Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Baldwin are living. The portraits presented
herewith are reproductions from
daguerreotypes taken about the time
of their marriage.
XT. S. WEATHER BUREAU, October 7. Last 24 hours rainfall, .01 SUGAR. 96 Degree Test Centrifugals, 3.95c; Per Ton, $79.00.
Temperature, Max. 83; Mm. 75. Weather, fair. 88 Analysis Beets, 9s. 9L; Per Ton, 80.80.
VOL. L No. S2 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1907. SEMI-WEEKLY WHOLE No. 2944
WALLACH WILL BE
TURNED DOWN BY
Refusal to Petition Expected Today Healer
lias Already Offered Mis Services to
J. Lor Wallach Is to be turned down
by Governor Frear. Such is the state
ment made yesterday by those who '
claim to be in the inside and know
the decision to which the Governor has
come. No intimation to this effect has
been given out from the Robin's Eggr
Blue chamber, out that Wallach and
the petitioner who presented his claims
to the Governor will be told "within a
day or two that their matt r is 11, t
of his jurisdiction, being up to the
Board of Health, is the report from
supposedly good sources. The fact,
too, that the petition asks that a committee
of laymen should pick out the
cases to be treated will probably be
cited as-another reason why the petition
should be turned -down.
It is quite likely that the
least the wing headed by Fred Weed,
are going to shanghai the leader into
their camp and have him as their
stalking horse for the campaign. It
Is also darkly whispered that the Republicans
are willing now to take up
the healer and Ijack him in his demands,
rather than allow his halo to
be shared only by the opposition.
Wallach himself professes to be out
of all" politics in the matter entirely,
his sole ambition being to prove to an
expectant world the fact that he is
not the fraud he has been dubbed.
. t .
WIRELESS MESSAGE MAKES HALF
THE CIRCUIT OF THE GLOBE
LIKE SPEED LIMIT
Go on Record as Opposed to
Any Fixed Rate No New
The members of the Automobile
Club do not think much of the ordinance
being put through by the Board
of Supervisors putting a speed limit
of eight miles an hour on cars within
the city limits. In fact, the automoi
bile owners and drivers do not think
much of any speed-limit law, and went
on record at their meeting last night
to that effect. To stop heedless driv
ing of a machine under the Territorial
law regarding heedless and reckless
driving is what they propose, and a
petition to the Supervisors, asking
them to cut out all "speed limits or at
least let the old ordinance alone will
be circulated among the automobilists
of the city and presented to the Supervisors
at their next meeting.
There -were present at the meeting (
of the Auto Club last night, in the
Promotion Committee rooms, J. D.
Kennedy, H. P. Wood, W. N. Patten,
J. A. McCandless, R. Perkins, W. H.
Baird, S. R. Jordan, George- R. Carter,
Dr. Herbert and Alexander
Young, the last three by proxy. In
the absence of the president, W. H.
Balrd, vice president, presided, x
Mr. Kennedy made an oral report of
the two endurance contests conducted,
the onp tn Haleiwa. in which four ma
Manila Talked With Sydney, Nova Scotia, Across
Eleven Thousand Miles of Land
(Associated Press Cablegrams.)
SYDNEY, Nova Scotia, October 8. A wireless message, originating
in Manila, Philippine Islands, was received by the operator
tat, the big wireless station here yesterday.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., October 7 The steamer President, in Alaskan
waters, has gotten into wireless communication with Point Loma,
a distance of 2200 miles. x
BELLINGHAM, Wash., October 4. Sixteen hundred Japanese have entered
the United States from Vancouver during the past three months. Ikis estimated
that -half of them entered illegally.
Prosecutions for illegal entry and aiding in smuggling Japs are being
SAN FRANCISCO, October 4. Attorneys Moore and Bogers have spoken
in the Ford trial, for 'the defense. Prosecuting Attorney Heney is now closing
for the prosecution.
MEMPHIS, October 4. President Eoosevelt spoke here today at the Waterways
PORTLAND, October 4. John Daly, Federal Surveyor General, slipped on.
his stairway here today and broke hi3 neck.
DRESDEN, October 4. Three American Mormon missionaries have been
expelled from Germany.
CALCUTTA, October 5 Forty police were injured here yesterday
in an anti-foreign riot which broke out among the Hindus.
BERLIN, October 5. Ambassador Tower will retire next
SAN FRANCISCO, October 5. The Ford case hag gone to the
jury and the jurymen have been locked up for the night.
NEW ORLEANS, October V- Twelve hundred dock laborers
have gone out on strike here. v 1
BAYONNE, France, October 5. Edmond Rostand, the dramatist,,
author of "Cyrano de Bergerac" and other dramatic works, will
submit to an operation for a pelvic abscess.
TOKIO, October 5. An explosion in Tamatsuke Powder Factory killed
sixty-three girls and injured over sixty. They were engaged in sorting con-
BOSTON, Mass., October 5. The Republican State Convention has renon,
inated the present State officers. The platform favors a .revision of the tariff.,
SPRINGFIELD, October 5. The Democratic State Convention has split.
One faction nominated C. W. Bartlett for Governor and the other H. W. Whitney.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, La., October 5. President Roosevelt arrived here
today and has gone into hunting camp.
j TOKIO, October 6. The mother of the Emperor of Japan is
chines finished with perfect scores, turn state's evidence- Ke claims that Louis Glass who was convict-
and the trip, in view ecj 0f bribery August 30 on a secona trial, is innocent and that another
ul uie iuur iiaibiieis iui uie xiaieiwa. f
cup, it was stated that four shields
would be substituted. The report referred
to the action of the- committee
in barring J. Quinn from a perfect
score In the first run for the Alexander
Young trophy, he having stopped
his machine on account of the accident
to the Barneson car. , It was the
expressed sense of the meeting that
the committee had been right in this
decis'on, parallel cases being cited in
mainland runs. 1
It was decided, however, that some
changes In the rules for the run might
be made with advantage, and the committee
in charge was authorized to
take the matter up with Mr. Young.
One of the changes desired was the
limiting the entrants to club members.
THE SPEED ORDINANCE.
Mr. Baird brought up the matter of
the new county ordinance. He reported
that arrangements had been made
with him and Mr. Cooke to meet the
special committee of the Supervisors
to discuss the matter. They had already
seen the chairman of the board
and had a talk over the situation. He
expressed himself as confident ot
reaching a satisfactory settlement of
"The position we take is that we
are standing by the old ordinance,"
said Mr. Baird.
"When a comparison -made of the
number of accidents here and those on
the mainland, I think it shows that
we have a banner lot of
here." remarked Mr. McCandless.
"I agree with Mr. Baird as to there
being no changes needed in the old
law. The ordinance is a good one, but
In a few cases, a very few indeed, it
has not been enforced. But I think
that as a club we should go on
LONDON, October 6. A trial of a new dirigible war balloon
was made here yesterday by officials of the War Department. The
flight was a successful one, the machine flying as far as Aldershot
and being under control and steerage way during the trip.
CHICAGO, October 6. E. P. Ripley, president of the'Santa Fe
rsilroad system, in an address here yesterday predicted that a period
of hard times was close at hand.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 6. The date for the new trial of
Tirey L. Ford has been announced as October 14. The jury in the
trial just concluded, which ended in a disagreement, has been discharged.
The jury stood four for conviction and eight for acquittal.
WATERBURY, Connecticut. October 6. At a Republican rally
held here yesterday, the floor of the convention hall collapsed, precipitating
one hundred and fifty of those present into the cellar. The
candidate for mayor was among those injured.
WASHINGTON, October 6. News has arrived here of the outbreak
of an insurrection in the province of Corrientes, in Argentina.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7. T.V.Halsey indicted for bribery
in connection with the telephone franchise is reported to be ready to
officer is guilty.
CHICAGO, October 7. The series of baseball games for the All-America
championship, between the Detroits and the Chicagos, begins
on Tuesday. There will be five games.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., October 7. Mary Jane Holmes, the
authoress, is dead.
WASHINGTON, October 7. The Department of Commerce
and Labor will greatly increase the force of guards stationed along
the borders between the United States and Canada, and between the
United States and Mexico, to check the increasing immigration of
Japanese into the country.
TANGIER, October 7. The release of Kaid Maclean Sir
Harry Maclean, Chief of Staff of the Emperor of Morocco will soon
take place. Great Britain will pay a ransom of $150,000 to Raisuli.
CUERNAVACA, Mexico, October 7 Secretary of State Elihu
Root was dined by President Diaz Jast evening in the Palace o
SAN FRANCISCO, October '7. The cruisers Charleston and St. Louis and
the gunboats Perry and Preble haver sailed for Magadalena Bay for target!
practise. Admiral Swinburne Is on board the former.
TOBOLSK, Siberia, October 7. A number of convicts attacked their guards
and wounded six of them. The guards fired on the convicts and killed tweix
Eleven made their escape.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7. The ball game played Ssfturday between
Los Angeles and San Francisco resulted in a score of 2 to 1 In favor of Los
Angeles. Barney Joy pitched for the San Francisco team, striking out seven
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7. Acajutla, has been captured by the
TOPEKA, Kansas, October 7. The oil companies, which have been accused
of rebating, have been given thirty days in which to file their answers.
NEW YORK, N. Y., October 7. The trial of Thaw will begin December 2.
NANCHOWFU, China, October 8. Twenty rioter were sentenced
to imprisonment as punishment for their outbreak against
the authorities at Cananfu and one hundred Boxers, who had been
taken prisoners by the Imperial troops, were put to death.
THE HAGUE, October 8. The Anglo-American project foc
obligatory arbitration has been adopted at $he Peace Conference.
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