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h Glynn Continues to Act as the iHflIF TUN AFTER DbltT FIRST RAILROAD
fine mm is . QUARTER ON ISLAND OF OAHU
n r e.. r m v r imLL
uovenior 01 oiaie on new lont
LOST TO TOE i Mm i OF A TU !
" 1 1 '
Harbor Commissioners, Governor
and Other 0.11 :cis Accussd of
Perpetrating Gross Blunder in
Allowing Expenditure of $100,.
000 on Property Not Owned by
Entering a denial that the linrlmi
commission or the public works dc
partment was in igiroranrc uf tlic fact
that-the Territory's lento oil war lie
partment land was uliuut to expire
when the expenditure of soniotliluf;
like '$100,000 for improvements upon
It began, Superintendent Caldwell and
Becretnry Poor of the harlior coinnils
kiori admit that tlio money of the Tei
ritbry was expended in the amount
named for improvements on laud to
which the Territory has. no title -and
only tha prospect of getting a Icasi
and that for no longer a period than
live years. This thuy fay was dom
vylth the full knowledge of tho Tern
torial authorities concerned.
Asks for New Lease.
Further, It is stated that tho Terri
t6ry has applied for a new lease for a
period of live years, and that this lease
contains tho provision that "during
this lease such parts of tho wharl
sheds or storehouses ns aro creeled
upon lands included in such roserva
tltm shall be avaitalilo fur use, free of
charge, by the quartermaster's depart
raent, when required for any military
purpose, the commanding olllccr of the
.Hawaiian Department to b ,tho judge
of the necessity for such use."
Thug it appears that a largo chunk
of the roan fund has been expended foi
a wharf on land which does not be
long to the Territory, and that the
wharf may be required for the use ot
tho military authorities at any tuiie
in'whlch case the Territory will get lit
use of it whatever 'nml neither will ii
derive au income from the mono) iu
Gross Blander, Says Atkinson.
"I understand from the qfternouii
paper that tho Progressive party y
peeved became of the commission '
plan to permit the government to use
the immigration station,' ' said A. L.
(X'-Atkinson yesterday. "I don't quite
(Co the connection, but I do see frpn.
tfao'Mbcr stfatements credited to t'ald
well and Pour thaUthe situation iu re
fcard to thd building oh tho federal res
pryations is even worse than I thought
( was. I was willjng to givo the com
lnissloncrs and the public wurks de
partment the lienofit of the doubt am
'ascribe tho blunder ti carelessness oi
ignorance, out 1 see now that they.ias,
sert that they were not Ignorant of th
fact that the laud was held on.n shuin
term lease, lias expired.
'""By'niaking this' admission they nr .
sli awn uji from tho Ooeruor dovyn a
beliig''gutltv of perpetrating n gros
blunder. Money from a loan tunc
raised by the sale of bonds has beei
expended in improving property tr
( Which the' Territory has no title am
never will bae a title, ns far Us I eai
learn. What protection Is thero to the
bondholders iu this I The wharf cer
talnly docs not coustituto an usset o'
the Territory, for it and tho land be
longs to the war department, J
am- creditably informed, has no inteu
tion of relinquishing its titlo either bv
sale or exchange
"Where is the Fort street
who would exeiid iHOO.000 in im
proving a piece of land on whieh lit
had a five-year lease whieh provided
that at any timo the owner of the hud
so desired he could take possession ol
tho iinproements and use them fro"
of charge! And yet these eommisfi'oii
er are supposed to be business men
cud hae been entrusted with the ex
pendlture of thousands of dollars of the
people's money on the supposition thai
they; would expend it in a bus ness
like wav and protect the Interests ol
Would Hecall Officials.
"As I said before, if tho Progicsslvi
party was iu oier eery ojio. of thos.
concerned would be recalled. The policy
of tho Territory and the United State's
has alwas been to build only on laud
held In fee simple.
"By the confessions In the afternoon
newspaper, it appears that the militalv
authorities are entirely absolved from
any charge of standing by and wntcli
ing the improvement of their
tion with a view to tricking the Ter
rjtory,.for the the super
iutondent of works and the (luvemor
ncted with their eyes open."
"Amy Officers Reticent.
While the local military authorities
are taking no part in discussing the
question, jhey appear to be well satisfied
with the as it stands. One
of them said ycsteiday that it was out
of the question for the war department
to sell or Exchange the wharf save for
another wharf of equal advantages.
'A transport 0ok has been urgently
needed for snmo time," he sn'd, "mid
I believe tho teintorial nuthorit es w 1'
fluil.tliat the wharf the Territory has
tonMrhcted will be put to immediate u.e
by the iromnment. A privnto prrson
has made to the war do
partueutijor a leaso of the dock, but
1 presume that the Territory will lo
first consideration. Inasmuch ns
Its .proposed lease practically turns tin
property over to the war "deinrtnieiit
for us at auy time."
Extends Across Slip.
to, the official map of .tho
larbor, the strip of mlinnry
In quetlon not only covers tio
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OLYNX OF NKW YOHIC
Willi liis wife on the vermidn bi-fore their jlaiTiiicc on liuniiiry 2,
11)01. .Mrs. Cilyjm wns ilnry C K. .MiiKmiif of Jjynii, JliissiiehnsuttH.
AIjHAXY, Now York, .September a. (Special to The Advertiser)
-Despite the .seinblanee of dual novel iiment tlmt Juts been in forei
it the eapilol for the past two weeks or more, (Jljni
s practically ii charge of all branches of the department of stati
today and but little ollieial business is bciiiK transacted without his-
illicial sanction as the lejial head of the government of the .State
tovernor Sober, on the other thand, uontinues lo insist 'tlmt he is tluv
li'jrnl executive m the State and as such letains his olliee in the
Jol ami ufllxesjliis ,sit;iiaturo to sucimVociinH'rr'ts as come to him.
. , C . L. I
Protests Against Alleged Brutal . ,
Killing. of Japanese at Nanking
Dispatches from Tokio Announde
That Feeling Against Yuan
Government in China
Is Running High. ,;', J . '
I .' ' r i
' (Special Cablo.ito. the 'Nlppu .Uji.)
TOKIl), September '3. The .Inpanese
nation wns today again incensed, when'
riil:i I ilispatelies from tho
consul nt Nanking conveyed to Tokio
nurd that tin oo iniioeeut Japanese
.vero killed and another .Tapaneso serl
jusly wuundiNl b. tlio feilernl Chinese
soldiers in that city. M119I1 excitement
toliowed receipt of tlio Xanklng new,.
On Monday, September 1, tho federal
( hinco troops began flerco attacks on
Nanking, the last stronghold of the
I'liineco revolutionists, and deelsiu.
lights were fought between opposing
armies on tho streets of that city. The,
lederuls, better equipped and outnumbering
the rebel forces, won every
point iu tlio liluody struggle, and tho
city was nt last occupied by triumphant
federals. Then tlio Chinese soldiers
started what wns feared for
many dns, and thu whole tun 11 was
soon the tcenc of rapine, massacre and
insult upon helpless women. It was at
this time that the four Japanese were
Killed and fatally wounded by the fed
How Thoy Were Killed.
1'our Japanese merchants went back
to their simps iu thu section
of .Nanking from the Japanese consul
ute, where nil tlio Japanese residents
of tho city took refuge at the beginning
uf the decisive fightg In the
streets. 'Ihey reached their shopi in
safety, but a moment later they were
surprised to see that their shops were
being attacked by tho Chinese soldiers
in icdeinl uniloriiiH, and it seemed to
them dnngeruus to remain 111 tho shops
Mnkuig up their minds to seek fnfoty
again iu the Japanese consulate, tlufour
Japanese, hastened from their shops,
lurrvmg with them a ll.ig to
show tho federals tlat the Chinese sol
diers should do no hann to tho
Hut thev were soon stopped nt
the points of tho guns by the Chinese,
who had shown every indication that
they would slaughter the helpless Jnpa
ui'se. '','. . , v
Four Japanese- now asked in vliln
for mercy. The next moment "thq Chinese
fired nt the helpless ones, and
the flag thev carried, and whcit the
smoke cleared nvvav the four were lying
on the ground. Then tno federals al-
upper eml of tjie new Queen street
wharf, lint e,xtauds ucross the slip b
(wean the IuttrIlniid and Ilaekfeld
wjuirvos, tnklug in one corner of the
latter. It a, poirs, too, that iu
to straighten Queen sj cet tho
ritv niMoimtv encroached
upon, 1 the mllllury .nisiyMition at tho
Queen etreet entrnurn to the wharf,
in tl.nt re purl of the, thoroughfare may
byhflruiy. nt any tlmo.
MINISTER ENJIRO YAMAZA,
Jap in's representative nt l'ekuig, who
lodged a strong protest against alleged
ntivcities of the Nanking Chi'
most severed the limbs ami heads f 0111
the bodies. Tlnee died almost instant
ly, and mm was fatally wounded in tlio
Upon heaiiug of the masiaere by the
0hi"OM ulderx of innocent Jnpinese
at Xiuiking, T. Tuimku, the Japanese
,oiisi)l in that city, presented to he
eomiiuiiiiliug nfTiters of tho federal armies
.1 formal protest nfnlnst tho barbarism
committed 011 tho Nipponese.
He then telegraphed the incident in
detail to tho foieign ollico nt 'Tdkio,
ns well as to the Jap.iueMi juiiiisfer at
llaron Xobneki Mnkino, (be minister
of foreign affairs, taken by surprUe in
receiving tlie ollieial dispatches from
Xiuiking, enlled hurriedly on Count Ad
111lr.1l (lombei Yain:imnn, premier of
Japan, and the two met In a
whieh lasted for many hours. At
1lll .nllMllh.im nf ... .ll.i , n..i.fA.,m... 1l.n..
- ,- miiiiiiiiti; IJUIUI1
.Malfiiini wirbd to' Mtlilsfpr. Ii jlro liVnw
inuzii, .filVan's rDpresentarfv'e :nolkHl!
the ln.1riinttnii tlll, n.tA.i r'vfa..Sk.
fair. The latest adviees fronL the C'hl.'
nose capital aie to the effeot that Minister
Ypmaza lodged a strong protest
vvitu the Yuan Slulik.11 government.
Tho utterances of the Japanese press
nrf jnony times stronger than the t'me
soiiio uf the radical papers triel for
tho declaration of on Ameriua,
when the bitterness of feeling on
of the Japiuoso populace
legisl.itipu in C.iliforu'a
was n( its zenith.
(By Federal Virelflr. T.irr,v,
WASIirxaTON, September 3.
Special to The Advertiser) By a
vino ui n 10 iu ino nouso uanking
ana currciicy committee today re
Sc fused tn frivn t)m Aih..!..,. tjm..i.
era' AEBOciatloii a liearlug 011 tho
r.lcrczt in Situation in Latin Republic
Rovive3 and New
Rcssnt Arrest ofjicoders
in Chihuahua and Mutiny Is
Talked of. . v ''j '
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fB.v lydcrnl WirelOs Telegraph )
WAVmiVITO.N, sieptember 3 (Hpc
cial t(. The. Advertiser) With the ro'
iiru of lr sub nt Wll'on fron t)iu smu
mer 1i te House and tint rfval, u,f
William 1! Hule, who had liejS5)0nij
obfcrvatjons ipi.Mixia.f(iritlf! jMnl)
slrallon, into est in the AfetifU'Mirnc'
ton vvn rev ed today
lirynn iiiinouni nl that no wnid has
"in revived from John hind, who
still remain nt Vera frits'.
Utile, who aienuipnnieil land from
tho City of Mexico to Vera Oruz, was
'Hid to lie tint bearer of pciionnl messages
to the President.
ChUiualiua Mutiny reared.
Oencrul Cnrv'ado, Auftm'o Itojno end
l'elix Terrnras of tho l'ederal volunteer
forces at Ihlhiiahua have I eeu
and placed in the penitentiary
')V order of fleu. Salvados Alerejido,
Military flovornor of the r3la(e'. T,ho
IVdernl force of the Chihuahua
inn aru thrciiteniiii; (o mutiny against
he irov eminent If they are not ro
Demand resignation of Mercarto.
A demand lor lh immediate resignation
of (leiierul Mereado ns Mjlltnry
Oovomor of Chihuahua has beoij made
ly tho volunteers. They wish to lce
Oeijcrnl Oroco in Mereado 's place ns
flovernor. Otozeo is siding w th the
men wljo were nnested.
C!ti7Plla nf ( hilnl.'tllli.'i IIM .llt'lilttifv
into ,Mercndi"tas and
1 111 re are about 30(h) vo in Chi.
Minima. They outnumber the
iedcral regulars of the garrison.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OI' MUX ICO, September 3.
(Special to The Advertiser) Many
Americans who left here for tho Unit
ed States 111 response to the advice of
President Wilson .and Secretary ol
State lirynn, returned here today from
Vera Cruz bitterly complaining of
nnrnsnips tney wero compelled to undergo.
Mot of tho women and many
of the men refused tu accept
accommodations provided by1 t)ie
consulates utiil declared they' could nut
tnnij"the fntenso and lunula heat in
'VoraUru1!? vVhlleiW'aitlngor a sliip. '
HoWs aild bonrding houses in'Veri
Cruz aro crowded, nnces are liiirh rtnd
the food is poor. Americans hero have
wired to, Washington for definite Ven-suns
why they shoultl get Out of the
City-, of Moxico, but telfvrams' wero not
, A'dvlces from Terra Manca'stute that
Special linvoy Jdlih I.ind arrived there
ami spent part of yesterday and
last rilghl visiting with his old
pi. St.' Kmery, on a Bugar idaritatioi.
no prouauiy wni arrive back ill Vfi
(Ilyrcdoral Wireless Telegraph,)
GALVESTON, Texas, September 3 s-(Special
persons were inlurcd. three urob.
ably fatally, today in a clash between
soldier negroes and Mexicans. The
troublo started yhcn a negro struck 0
.soldier on tho 1 head. Four of the Injured
werenitabbcd. The threo most
seriously Injured received fractured
skulls, s , f :
OCEAN GAPE ROCKS
(liy l'ederal Wireless Telegraph,).
SA TltAXOISCO, September 3.
lo Tho Advertiser) Wrecked
uii the ;ocks olt Ocean Capo at the
entrancit ot Ynku Tug Hay in southeastern
Aasku tho cannery tender Kayak
is a to'tal'loss. The crew wero
reseued early this morning by the
steamer Admiral Sampson which is on
the way to Seattle.
ASQUITH ASKS CLEMENCY
(By Vederal Wireless Telegraph.)
i;i.OIN, Scotland, September 3.
(Speriut to Tho Advertiser) At the
personal request of Premier Asquith,
tho two militants who attacked him,
Winnie Wallace and Dora Smith, will
not be prosecuted by tho Crown's counsel.
The women made two attacks
upon the premier, the first upon the
golf links August ii) nml the second iu
WASIIlXO'rO.y, September 3. (Special
to The Aiverttscr) Tho Hetch
Hetchy Hill, providing n water .supply
system for San Krancisco, passed the
house today by a voto of 1S3 to 43.
Thimbu tin) j'jll lms not yet missed the
wuute thero jis every prob.atillity that
if. will meet with butf little oiiposition
The te?; vbte taken in thcr house before
the final passage of the measure
indicated that the opposition would be
.weak', the tvote standing 09 to 15.
1 This indication proved to bo true
when the bill caino up for final passage,
the opponents of the measure who
made such a determined attack
being completely overwhelmed and
Judge Parsons at Hllo last wvok
granted the petition for 11 decree of
divorce filed by Maria S. Cndinha
npniutt Mnnuel yudinhn on grnnuds cf
non-support. . wsJw.'
This Marks Anniver
saty of the Operation of Fir3t
I' jMAsntvcrsary of Birth of
" .(T'rtnnThurs.lny Adcrtl(er.)
II. r. Dillingham, Hawaii's besi
kniinn and foremost rnilroud bulldci,
the man vrho Hindu fho Oahti Ilailnay
i Iind Conipuliy a possibility at a
tiilid when most people In Honolulu
.ttlOlljht the thinir liniirnetlenbl.. bi
poor, financial results
UVilclr'OotillrlW'xpeWe.V and Intel
wild I.. A. Ihiirstou 11 ml associates put
thrinigh the ()luu uud Ilninakua
branches of the llilo railroad after
others had failedfor n quarter uf n
eciitury to succeed, celebrates a dual
anniversary tuday, both of utmost Im
portunce to him and Hawaii.
Tho two events nre:
The sixth-ninth anniversary of Mr.
iJiilingiiam'fl uirth ajul the twenty
loutth of tlio first nusseu
gur train being run over tho O. I. &
Heujamin 1'runklin Dillingham, to
whom Hawaii. 'is greatly indebted for
jus achievements in advancing the
commercial imitortuncu of the Islands,
wns born at West Ilrcwster, Massachu
setts, on beptcmbcr 4, IS 14. Ho came
to Hawaii as first ollicer of the bark
Whistler, which arrived at Honolulu
fjom Sau Kranciscvi iu January, 1803,
since which time ho has remained hero
and thrown his lot and fortune with
"Ono year ngo yesterday," said The
Advertiser of September 5, 18M1, "Mr:
H. P. Dillingham obtained his franchise
to construct tlio Oahu railroad,
uud upon 'that occasion he promised a
number of his friends that within a
year ho would have a portion uf tlui
lino in running: order. Mr. Dillingham
never lorgot ins promise, and his nil
filment was performed yesterday, when
the friends aforesaid had 'a ride upon
"A Hnldwin locomotive and two excursion
cars were got ready to stdrt at
four p. m., and by, that hour the
luvvuig gentlemen, others, had
taken their seats in the foremost car,
viz.: W. Ii. Castle, It. A. Wideiuann,
T,((l. Spencer, Jy 11. J'jshcr, Paul Xeu
mniiu, M. P. Itobjivfon, J, ill. ' Sopir,
Oqdfjuyi, Brovvjij'.'rauk, llr.
inmeji,.ji. Ise,,';, Muller.liWS 'A,
Huwen.J. 1, Colburn.,. Walter 1,1. Gif.
fap4 A. Jaeger Oecygo. Castle, Charles
4iuinmer, u. x; uunnguam, .lames
aud repre,sontatlvcs of TJlf Advertiser
.and HuHeCiu. The second iai
wps filled .eliiefly with, native
iaoa, and it was crammed. There were,
about ISO pcrepns on board the train
altogether, u,P(l l)io qi'jvvd on the
ground, that .could not be. accommodated
vas, very comuucjttule." -1
, The excursion fain went lir safety
all the, way to tho PalamniriCe fields,
uii to which nqiut.itlift line had then
the rpsidents Qf,t)ie district thronged
tho track sides,, tho, Hnivniiaus, in large
numbers, showing groat wonderment nt
tho progress of tho "iron horse" us it
pulled its way 011 tho short run.
(Hy redoral Wireless Telegraph.)
WASIIIXGTON, September 3. (Spo
cial to The Advertiser) Tlio nomina
tion of Henry Morgcuthau of Xcvv
1 ork ns uinbassador to Turkey, was
ordered favorably reported to the
today by tho senate foreign relations
, JIciuLers of the old, tottorjng, almost
defunct Home Itulo party of Hawaii are
arrayed against tho president, Charles
Xotley, over the nomination of li, K.
Pinkhnm for Governor of Hawaii, the
former wishing to endorfo the nomina
tion, u lillo the latter is opposed to such
Mr. Xotley is now1 in Honolulu, and
stated yesterday that ho had been requested
to call a meeting of the party
lor jestdrday afternoon that nction in
the Pjnkhnm mutter might lie taken.
Mr. Xotley was clearly out of harmony
with tho proposition and provailod upou
some of the party workers hoie to set
tho meeting over until this afternoon,
th's being a regular meeting day.
"The members have asked me to hold
this meeting," said Xotley, "but I
think It is a wrong move. I can't see
just why they want to do it, but us
they have asked for tlio meetiug they
will get it.
"The nction, I believe, is asked for
under tho belief that Pinkhnm, while
president of the board of health, did 11
great many favors for the iuiuate,s of
ivumupipa, .Moiokai. That has been
cue of tho incentives, and when some
of those who lire In touch with t'le
Settlement started the movement, it
wnV "iVly others! " '
"There is onuk thing, hovvover, the
members forget In connection w",th
PiiiUuinl's board of health presidency".
This was his upikfeitlan to J. Lor
Wullach, whom the Home Killers want-d
appointed to treat tho inmates. He
was turned down by Pinkham. They
have forgotten that incident.''
Mr, 'Xotley js not in favor of tlu
action proposed and may do a lot of
buttonholing of members to induce them
to' keep their fingers out of the political
pot until a Governor is actually
confirmed by the senate.
Havo you ever tried Chamberlain's
Pnin Halm fur rheumatism! If uot.
you nre wasting time, as tho longer th,Is
disease tuns 011 the harder it is to cure.
Get 11 bottle today, apply It with a
vigorous massago to the airlifted parts
and you will bo surprised and delighted
at tho relief obtained. For sale by
Henson Smith tc Co., Ltd., agents for
Hawaii. ' " .
iBIIIIIIW. iHKH vLV.LIIIIIIIIIIIIHtLIIIHillllH
miH ... -
RwtliiiiH ww. - itj
B. T. DILLINQHAM,
Hawaii's foremost railroad builder,
standing keltiro a passenger coacn.
Commander of Bulgarian Annies
a Delegate to the Balkan
(l)v l'ederal Wireless Teletrnuh.)
LOXDON, September 3. (Special to
The Advertiser) The appointment ol
General SavufI as a delecate In the lie
gotitious between Hulgariu and Turkey
has caused surprise nt Coiiatiiutinnplo,
us he commanded the Bulgarian armies
The Turkish army, according to late
auviees, is strengthening Its position
west of the river Mnritza and has occupied
If ii.tni ltlfnli. ilint ...... Ttnl'rnrifi will .....
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lose tho greater part of Thrace, ns well
as Adrianople. It is understood that
iiiu Duigurjuii win uevuie
themselves to obtain ussured commercial
access tu the Aegean littoral,
which is made dangerous by the Turk,
ish rcoceiiputloii of Thrace.
BULGARIA) INSISiTS UPON
; - INQUIRY
SOFIA, September 3. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) A communication
accusesjjGreece and Servia
of n desire to balk tho Crlrnegie
tVinf Till lrrnrta a unvlniio -. i !nin.
national inriuiry, nnd maiutains thali
ample eviuencc of llreeco and Scrvlu
atrocities exist in the still smoking
ruins of Bulgarian luwns and villages
and in the victims fn tho hospitals.
FALLS BENEATH MOVING
TRAIN; ESCAPES DEATH
BY A HI'S
(From Thursday Advertiser)
Xarrovvly escaping with his.life, Don
nie Aylott, a brakemnu on the O. . &
h. working on trains at tho Havvaiiai
Pinoapplo Company's factory, Iwilci,
was yesterday run over and badly in
jurcd. In somo mysterious way he
managed to turn ns tho moving truck
reached him, nnd it missed cutting the
bono 01 bis leg by a hair's breudth.
As it was, tho wheels completely sev
ered tho flesh from tho front of thu
leg just bcluw tho knee, making a
nasty wound. It will not provo
ous, however, unless blood poisqnlng
sots in, say tho physicians. The man
is years or ago una a resi
dent of Pauoa.
Ho informed Officer Ayau at tho hov
pital yesterday that ho had been trying
to climb the rear- car of a long tralu
loaded with pineapple boxes, and that
when ho was part way up he missed
his tuutiug and fell. Tho train was ir,
motion, though going slowly.
Gunners at Harbor Fort Make
Good Practise Two Generals
the Hawaiian Department, and
General Macomb,, commanding the First
Hawaiian Brigade as spectators, the
three-inch guns at Fort Armstrong engaged
' inr target practlso yesterday
The firing was done at two targots
towed by the mluo planter Mujor Sam
uel Ringgold and the tug Intrepid. The
ruuge was at an average of two miles
with two guns firing at each target.
It was stated afterwards that the
gunners mado excellent practise serving
the guus with great speed and
making ,nlinost every shot count.
The' targets, vhlch appeared to be
about, twelve feel square, wero riddled
with shells nnd the practise indicated
that a (orpedo boat or a Hock of them
for that matter, would have been blown
out of the water long before reaching
the harbor mouth.
Among others who witnessed the
liructlsa wero Lieutenants Ball and
Peyton, aids to General Funston and
General Macomb; Major Coukliu, chief
of staff; Col. W. O. IlnfTerty, commanding
tho Coast Defenses of Oahu, and
a number of officers from the different
: is lost oy
Canadian Judge Grants Writ
Habeas Corpus and Prisoner
Released Only to Bo Taken
Charge by Immigration Offlci
Who Prepare to Deport Him.
(Ily Federal Wireless 'Telegraph,
SIIKiUlUOOKl.', Quebec, Sej.tein
.i.-- iBjioeini to The Advertiser)
writ uf habeas corpus releasing lia
Thaw was gianted today. This is
teat for 'ibnw ami means that ho
bo deported Immediately to the Uni
fatntes, probnl.lv to Vermont, whero
I'nited Stutes authorities plan to sd
mm unu return tno rcrugeo to &i
euvvuu. Ihaw was taken In eiinrce
the Canadian immigration uuthorit
ami sent to Contteool.e.
Indue Hutchinson handed down
decision sustaining Constable Johu 15
drenu'tt writ of habeas corpus in cho!
bers. Tho lawyers renresentlnir 1
Canndiaii government uud fugitive a!
thosu from I'.nltcuwan, Xew Yo!
insane asylum, nt once continued t
light, l'repnrntlons had been mado
advance to whirl Thaw away to Coa
cooke, Quebec, for arraignment bef
a uoard 01 inquiry ot the Immlgrati
Former District Attorney William
leromo of Xew York, who is here
the interests of Xew York State pi
iiicieu mat uunvv would ue back .
United States soil within
hoUis, unless counsel for the fueiti
was able to stay nction through an a
pcnl or injunction.
Immediately after Judge Hiitehlnsi
naiideil down his decision officials
tho Canadian immigration bureau toi
Thaw in charge.
Thaw, who nail beon in the judge
private olliee when the ruliiii! was rea
was hustled into a waiting motor ci
and tho journey to Coat
cooke was begun.
"This Ight is far from finished, w
win maito our last stand in Ottawn,
saul W. L. Shurtleff, attorney ftl
RESIGNS FROM COMMITTEE
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASIIIXflTON, September 3. (Spej
cial to The Advertiser) HeprescntaJ
live Aoian 01 fcsau rrancisco today re
signed as a memueroi tne House louu
investigating committee, civinir as
reason that he cannot serve because o
sickness! JXolan today was reported tl
bo improving, and expects to resume hi J
congressional duties next week.
(ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
DUBLIX, September 3, (Special ti
The Advertiser) Tho death toll in thi
collapse of two antiquated tenement
nouses in chick street last night, wuei
thirteen families wero buried, prob
ably will exceed twenty-five. Fifteei
bodies have been recovered.
Of tho twenty-five rescued ten wore!
said to be fatally injured.
Thero were pitiful scenes about tho
disaster. While workmen dug through
tho wreckage, tho faint cries of those
pinned boneuth tho debris could bo
heard. The ruins fill the street.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LOXDOX, September 3. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) A man known ns
Heinrich Kremois Kuthen was or
rniguod in tho Old Halloy court today
011 the charge of trying to blackmail
Lord ifotlisclillil ot tho tamoug banking
family and 0110 of the richest men
in the world. Kuthen was found guilty
and sentenced to a month's imprison
ment. W hen his sentence is up tho
home office said he would bo deported.
XKWFOHT XEWS', Virginia, September
-1. (By Associated Press
Cable) Threo ,0t(y officers and five
seamen of the' battleship Nebraska,
in a launch, had a thrilling battle
for life in a waterspout which struck
their craft iu Humpton Bonds yesterday.
At first it was thought that
had perished. The wireless equipment
ou tho war vessels anchored in
Hampton Boads went out of commission
uud for, a time tummunlcation with
tho ships was impossible.
Late reports state that the officers
and men have been rescued.
A hurricane was sweeping the coast,
but did no damage to tho fleet.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
' COMO, Italy, September 3. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Judge Chariton,
father of Porter Charlton, tho youug
American uxoroclde said today be believed
his son would be acquitted.
Judge Charlton held another conference
with Slgnor Mellini and afterward said
that from nil Italian viewpoint young
Charlton's ease appeared optimistic.
"I bellevo my sou will bo able to
eat his Christmas dinner on United
States soil," said Judge Charlton.
In his cell in the jail Porter Charlton
busied himself writing poetry, making
entries In his diary and reading.
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HKBLIX. September 3. (Sneeial to
Tho Advertiser) Evidence of closer re
lations between Germauy and Japan iu
the future came tdday with the
of Under Secretary for Foreign
Affa'rs Zimmerman to be German
to Japan. The minister at
Buenos Ayres, will be recalled to tho
foreign department to take Herr Zimmerman's
nlacc. Herr Zimmerman
stands high in the government and his
ppst Is expected to be a confidential