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Orders Two C:i'.iuta Not to At
Idiipl rroguuii of" Closing Port
of Tair.pico. Hews deceived
With Elation at Washington
Mediators Through With Car
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WASHINGTON, 'June 11. ( Asaoi int
ed Press by Federal Wireless) Wear
Admiral Charles .1. Uudger, comma nder
of the American fleet in Mexican wat
ers ofl the Alhiiilio const, Jeitenlay
milled to tho iia'. y department that
the Mexican gunboats I'.iavo and Zurn
gorn, whi-h hud been sent to Tampiea
l.y llnert.i to 'ir t a Ucirluiili'rtf that
J.ort, left Tampion for Puerto Mexico
at four o'clock yesterday afternoon:
Tims was averted a crisis Which
n r : i ii threatened war between the
liiitel tutes nii.l .Mexico. YesterJay
iiinnri ng lluoitn rinliliiily evinced a
r bin i uf front u til issued orders
1 i . r . 1 1 1 1 h his navy ollioe stispeudiug tho
l.lui fcude, which ho hud previously de
cided itiou in order to chock tho land
ing of munition of war tiy tho cousti
t in ion ii ! in tn. Tho two mm boat a wrdor
cd from l'liorlo Mexico wore told to
rotiirn and Huorta had plainly . yielded
to tho insistence of hia advisers on
Aiiiioiincomont of the suspension of
the blockade was givou to the couiniund
ors of the Mexican boats through wire
less lrom tho American warships in an
onlor from Foreign Milliliter iiuiz.
AT IIUEHTA'S ACTION
WASIIINCTHV, Juno (Associat
ed, tVvHo by I'n li i ill Wireless). The
government licai'l with obvious satin
fiiction the news from the city of
Meyl.o tl.;:f "V-rtii will not try to
l.i.i. I.i-.l- T w; i.-. . , T' nvoptl
llucilu' liot'ih.t'ii nil ffiiH'iuMVii piunf
that ho Iml li a Rim oro tlotorminatioii to
ai ri'i't tho ri'mill h" of inoiliiit Ion. The
ilo olopiiioiiia aro r.'Hiilml an extreme
ly intgiortant. ' . , -. ,
IN CITY OF MAZATLAN
MAZATI.AN, Motiio, Jmi 8. (A
fociiitoil Proud by Knloral Wirrlon.)
Th Inn rurn of n hioa in wartime wore
i'iii iysi.o.l hore tmlay w lion 2lil) atarv
ii'K women follorvtul the I'arriagrf of the
. foiloral governor, beseochinff hi in piti-
f ill I v to Mirrcmlor the itv to the
rt'bola. The m-ouoii wore Jioart ronitinff.
MEDIATORS THROUGH IN .
DEALING. WITH CARRANZA
NlAflAKA Kalla, Juno 9. (AHOoiat
oil I'roaa by Voilornl Wire lean ) Tho
Mouth American iiioilinti.ru nunouueou
. yenterJav that thoy woiiJ niuke luibtii'
toluy all the rorroppomloiioo which haH
pasKoil betwoou tlmni and (lonoral (.'nr
ranzn. . It ix ini.li'rstcio.l that the nicili
liters fool ''that f'Hrtan.'i has IihJ
enouli timo in which to NitHwcr tho
luitd which was sent to him last Thus
bty. It U iliu laroil thnt the envoyi
n iv iiicliueil to look on the rfTurla to
have the t'uunlilntionalii la onJ ilole-
onion to tho conference! an being at
an unit. ...
MOUNT LASSEN EMITS
JO O STEE1
KKD BU.'FK, California, .Iii'ie 0.
(Aasociatoit lroiiii tiy I'oiloral Wirelesd)
Mount I.asson nti to; orteit last night
to bo emitting tiro, ami that n enlumii
of tti'iiu seven hmiilri'.l foot in height
eouhl be oon rihiiid trom the crater.
. )'A N AVtA, Canal Zone, .lun- 8. (A-
aoeiatoil I'resK liy Foiloral W irolos) -
'I he aloamer Al-iancej 4tHKI toua, pn.a.'il
through (iiituii locli tolay in forty
in in u ten. I'h in i holil to lie a veiy
Kooi rei'or.l, ami proof of the ease of
.iiratiii) the fcriiat ulructuroa.. ' t
rAI!l8,. .lime I).-(Aaaociateil t'roai
by iViloral VSroToi!) tieuator liibot
'ban accoptoil the invitatiou of l'reai-i.'i-iil
t'olmaiifl to form a new ministry
. Iin. become tilt premier of the cabinet.
SHIP REPORTS FROM SEA.
..'11.0. Hhinyo Main reportoil to the
'Mutual WircleHN slat inn lust ni)Iit that
. it won III arrive ut seven o'clock Fri-
lav ii orninj;. It ia carrying 3 paa
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Shej Out to Defend The America s ( Against JJptorCs Challenger
Defond...- r.iiuli.Ialf I)cIi..r,fP, showing tarn on th ,lopk rWing miiln.' In 1liM.;i.t.l in Vnnn R Uow.-li. who will W in rO!nmnt. t tli. bi-f.a .liinnp; 1l,o fli- V
minti..ti rm-vn to l. held in Jntie July,, to dwiilo w!,ich yafltV Wiall iVf tl.-' honor of -tw-Hin'? Ui Sliamr.M-k:.'' ' :
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PROPOSED 'TO Ml
SUFFRAGETTES TD DIE
IF THEY SO CHOOSE
IX)NDON', June. 9.' ( Associated
Prera by i'eiloial Wirelesa)
" Let ;them tYw" it becoming th
pnpiflar slogan ill ronr.ootion with
the 'blinder atrikfnK" ' auffra-
-rttcs.-iL iTetj'"toc tlmt tho gov-
0i'niA)i:tt 6h ilori.Mvrtd take 11' Mop
iu this ilirertlon by int roilticinjr
b'Kislation to iuilomnify prison an-
"tkurities against tbe coiiaeipieiioea
of allowing auffraKettea to starve
themgelvei to death whib impria-
oned. , A number of. elertryuiea
who were interviewed are ia favor
of the propoaaL '
On the other haml "Xo peae
for tho king or queen!" ii the
latest suffragette order.',
. Youo women toJay aoronnied
iloijiiin-iationa against' forcililo
few lin, when their majesties en-
terod the royal box at the In-
teriiational Horse Show, The of-
fondingr auffraottea wore removed
only after a Oorco struggle, dur-
ing which they hmled all aorta of
epithets in the direction of royal- 4
ty. , The icene created an uproar.
LECTURE MEAL TICKET
WAXnrNClTO.V, Jnne (Associat
ed Press by Federal Wireless) Repre
sentative lirittou introdnoej a bill in
the house yestenlay making it a penal
offense for rnbiuet odlcera or the head
or clerk of any government department
to loottire' lor par other than actual
hotel and traveling eipensoH. The bill
further prohibit senators and renreaen
tativei from lecturing for .pay while
congress is In session. The nenaltv 1
fixed at a tine of $10,000 or two years'
iiiiirixo!iiiiciii or noiu.
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CARRIED ARMS ON ARMY
RESERVATION ; ON TRIAL
lieinmiilo Reyes; a Porto , Rioan,
charged with tarrying a firearm while
on a military reservation, was ytaterday
on trial befor Judge Charles K- Cle.
nions and a jury in the federal court,
Assistant District Attorney J. W.
Thompson ia conducting the prosecution,
while Attorney Kugene K. Aiu repre
sents the defendant. Two witnesaea,
Chang Chow and J. Oray, were 011 the
witness stand yesterday morning for
the government, tho case being contin
ued .than until ten o'clock this morning
when the trial will be resume. I. The jury
is as follows! .
Jacob . I.an.lo, Lewis T. Belllveau,
Pherwood M. Lowrey, Charles O. Hart
lott. Charles 8. Hall. W. I). Adams, lleo.
H. Humphrey, U. Taridey, Charles P.
Murrav, John 8chleif, Robert Fox
Clarke and R. W, Atkinson.
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ROOSEVELT IN MADRID.
MADRID, Snain, June 8. -(Associated
press by ' Federal Wireless) CoU
Roosevelt arriyed here' today to" be
present at the wedding of bis Son
Kermit to Miss Belle WilUrd, daauh-
I terif Joseph E. Willnrd,. tl. 8. anibaa
mulnr to Hpain. ' Kermit Roosevelt ar
, rived May 22. The wedding ia to take
I place thie week.
HON'OMJMJ. HAWAII, TERRITORY, TUF.SDAV, J UNF. - 9,' V)
Skippers and Crews of.. American
. .Yachts Prepare For Elimination Tests
. With tho passing o the first few
tuning np tonts of the trio of yachts
Striving for the ' honor of defending
tbe America's cup' against the Slift:!i
rpcW IV next September,, the akipper
aiuf ereMH. are. preprin for ' the all
summer .aciios of races which will
evolve, ti e iu,ce'sfo! candidate ta be
iiuWMf4iy-- t be -wui coininittco i rom
tho Resolute, I)e(ia nee and Vanitie.
During, the coming week the yachts
will pass from Long Ia'aud Hon ml to
tbe oceun course oil Sandy ' Hook for,
three tents nuder sterner eoiulitions
over" the. same course which . will be
used in the. cup races. There will fol- j
low. a week devoted to repaiis ami'
change in tho yachts, to be succeed-'
ed by two weeNs more of Hound ruciiii
All ot there toteiils ot.wliii h there mo i
eleven 011 the aehodulo .will be of a1
preliminary nature; ' In fad they have'
boon arrunged more to get the boats'
Hint ere s, 111 coud.tiou lor tho inuro,
serious tests olf Newport in July aud
Augnat, when the America's' cup eom
inittce will sit in judgment on tho
performances and select tho best bout!
to moot the Hhamrock "IV. .
The starts for all the racing In tho
Hound will be off Urea t Captain Island
near the ' eutriim e to ' the harbor of
I'ortehoHter. Half a dozen couises of!
f 10111 twenty, to thirty mile each have
been laid put, some uf which will car- I
ry., the yachts down the Mound bo-.
yond r)tam;oi-vl, while others will take
them well up to Kiociition Rock and
over to -the lleuitead . shore. With
Marts oft (iroit ( aptuiu Island it will
be possible to lay n lllti on niilo coufsq
tul the windward 11 ruse- the breor.e
is from tie prevailing; Utreitiou, south-
west. .''.;;.'.: ; ,v ; '
.tlovOM years1 ago, . tn tnroe cup
yii hts, . ; Roliniice,' Conntitiition .' pint
Columbia were giveu uumeious trial
raves in. this part of the. tMiuiid, but
tho starts wore off the Long Island
shore near Mutinieoek Point, uinl.it
whs found dilHeult to send the bouts
to the windward on the first leg.
, By agreement between the m integers
Bud the regatta committee of tho Now
York Yncht Club, lifte.n minutes will
be' allowed between the warning and
ilTH BOND FIGURES
' Governor Pinkham Is now busy. g
injg pver volumi.uons figures prejiared
by Treasurer IV. I . t"ukling oil the
proposed territorial bond. Tits Gov
ernor has decided that a number of
luiprvvemouts aiithoriaod by the last
legislature to be ninde out of the in
teudod bond issue, will hnvo to await
more favorable 'opportunity. ' ' .
Amvng the items sure te be ailthor
iieed . now Is the appropriation for the
new territorial penitoiitif ry, which is t)
bo built on the site recently acquire I
by the Territory st.Kalihl,
When i Ooveruor J'iukbam, with the
assistance of Treahuror Conklinf, has
Unutlv li.lrt. An ItlA richr. uniiiiliit nf
I lionds to. be issued, tho whole Suhjo-t
will be referred to the department lf
the interior at Washington, by which it
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J for final approval. .
the starting signals for the Xght for
position Two. minutes will bo given
tor the yachts to start, and in that
brief period each boat will bo timed
to the sreond as she crosses the line.
If she is, late, hnr time will be taken
as starting at the end uf ho two urn
ctea, although she may 1 e thiee, five
or even ton minufs lehiml. The strug
gle, for. thp. hot place t ' V'i,'..th?i,., AcrylV
wi-arner . borto 11 tuo lirst tog 1 to
w:jidward, a snuif' place away from I hi
others with tho wind clear if the eour.ie
is to leeward, ia the supreme teat of
tl'.e sailing m ister, and n.any a rnci h is
loon wou or lost through nuceeia o
failure at. tho outset. -
The hcliusuien of the three ye.chts,
r:iin,n i 1 .....!... a.. i.A i.'.iin -
tharb s F. Ailama 2nd en the Resolute
an.) Wllllum 1 ....., .... Urn A.. il a ..l,""U
miustor hands atlhe starting giune, and
the le.t yachting sport of the ye'ir will
l? in watching the game played by
these cool, calculating skipper It ii
a rare tame th!s bnnilling of a big,
powerful yncht, especially in a lueeiwi,
while- eveil in aott' weather tho very
I est jiuliiient is required. Kach as he
ntanda ut the wheel innst kmnv just
where hie own boat is, bow fast sho
is gifing, where the other yachts are
l lid how fast they are lulling. He must
know 'when his own boat has tho right
of way and when his. opponent must
irivo way, and .n a tight place not to
take nu inch or coiiccdo ooe, or the race
U lost. . '
'No fixed i.l.-n of campaign will bear
the tost under all conditions. With the
big yachts the skipper must have help,
and the assis'.aiire of a cool man w tU
the .watch and another to watch the
opposing yachts is of paramount im
portaiirts'. Torwnrd, tbe innte hive
their men well dnlle I, and the hnndling
of theots, tucks, l ack stays and all the
li)ht canvas requires quick' c ion and
precision. '. ; , '. ,, v ,' .' 'V'
It is anticipated that in the rn Iv
rnces of the sup yachts thero may be
times of seeming -'confusion on each
one of the boats," but with numerous
mces and sail trials iu the smooth va
tors of the Sound It is exmot-d -that
ytichts, skippers and crews will appear
nt Newport on July 7 in tho finest pos
sible condition, aud thai the racea of
July aud August will pruilnue ti e ti st
racing ever seou iu Amerban yachting
ci.inM'tition. : 1 .' ' .
TO MORE MAINLfiKDERS
.( L. L. McCandlosa stated ycsterlnyi
id reference to' the rumored cat.l M ad
viccn from Washington concerifisig t'i
nomination of W. Porter Boyd as col
lector of internal revenue, , that th.
Deinoi ratio orgauir.atiou would oppose
the confirmation ef any mululnndcr for
this or any other federal pmition in
Hawaii. Ho said that the fulfillment
of the principle of self-government for
the Territories, as plelged in t!e Dema
erotic platform , during the last presi
dential cumpaigii, would be ins sied
u;.on. McCaiidli'kji neither afllrniej nor
denied having receiveil a niossago fio-n
Washington... lie; said that the organ
iziition indorsed K. 0. IUiisenberg for
collector of customs sums mouths ugti,
and thnt there has been uo chauge from
this stand on their part.: ;:
4 SF.M I ' MKKLY. :?
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0 OUTIOH Gil SHOW G000
Directory 'Figures Show That
All tho Iolands Are-Show-'
'i r j.
K:Vr fwf4L.t!tiv !" J
pileis of tho ii.-ie diloetory, wrrh'llt
lie insiiod Wc.lnesilay, Oahn" all 1 ' tlu1
Terr.tory have Intide ' ul.MtatiliuV 'ti us
iu popiilitinii during tho iiast year.
Ifere aro ti e ist iman-d figures as givu
by the directory mauiigerst .....
Terijlory ...,.,',.... il(L'fl!ill
Thoe figures are exclusive
enlisted luou of llm Viet '.I
Army who aro.HliitionO.l on O.ilui and
whi.sj ' nuinl or reacbrs close tj-cilit
thousHii.l men. KpeuKinj; if tho, new
directoty,, the Mintage.'' or tint c unpan
said 'ye-.tcr.lnyt , . . - . . .
'"It is a tplcmlid bit of r'n ting, 4i nd
is the liesf directory yet if. a d. It
will show nil the how si rents, t.l' whie I
there ae twenty in th i Punchbowl is.
trii.t, fur iiiHtance, and others. , Tberu
has loop the usual di'lienlty in wcur
iug house iniiiili.'i'.i, 4is the. names of
strevtM are change, I mi freipiontly. ' A
an instance, the name of dim str.et
was changed throe times In the lust
year."..', -'- ''" ....
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ANOTHER PRECINCT CLUB
Last night nt tho rosi.louce. of former
Si-iiiitor ,r. -II, liickey jie' Progrcss.iVf
Party dub of -the fourteent h iroeiiict
of the fifth distriot was formed and of
ficers elected aud installed. liecAuso of
a church gfttheriiig ueiirby the iltcu.l
anco. was not so lur-e as it would other
wise have' been, I'lniiue.l Mr. - Dickey.
The olticerH ele. te.L wore as fullnwsf
IL K. ,. Poepoe, j president; C, 1L
Iickoy, secretary; ' l. i'afudiae- Keu
wuhuku, tnasurert lOdward !. Kauai,
niujinber of the county comuiilt.-o.
The following were nominated for
delegates lo the territorial committee:
A, 1 .'. Atkinson, Coorge K. .Carter 1,
Kal.'iuokalftnl. Wr.j pnl jUtU I-ui-'Vy."
BOUGHT AT fiDOO PRICES
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Two goveinuient loiinis . wore auc
tioned olf josierduy. at nnuu )y . LauA
t'ummiiMiioiier ''Jiehim 1. Tucker, .nt
cunsidorulile more than, the upset an
nuul reiitul asked,', '; ..;,'.','.-. :'
. the filteonyour loaFO of tho terri
torial bind known as Koalalvcho (ma
uka), Koha, llnwnli, eoalaiuing '120(1
acres, wm bought ' by frank Ooiiips
for tho enniuit roiitel if loi; the up
set figure having lxou 131.1.'.
K. II. Wodchoupe bill In for tb Ha
makuaMill Conipaiiy ' tho (ive-yi'ur
lease to the ' gnvernmrnt Innd of Hh-
gula, llamuKUii, llnwuii, for f ill t a
5out, This tract conluiiia .J82' acres
uf cane land.
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Ready fcr International Contest
to Begin Tuesday Challengers
. Stronger on Paper.
Kt : , v.' 1, y. . . . .
.:; .-tl I ;,I !r'T.I-; M VNvw , York, Jutw.aW
f.;o. ialcd 1 i-ess by Federal Wireless)
The Auierican polo team, for th de
fense of the International Polo ' Cup,
Mivcd splendid form yPstorday, win
ning in its ractiso match with a care
lolly siiloete.l picked team by. a score
of. eleven and a half to four. The de
fenders showed! an. excellent combine
lion and were particularly strong ia at
tack, i locaue of .the Injury yesterday
to Cnptaiu f 'hoape of the British team,
the fiist cjhumj which wr scheduled for
to.l.-iy, bus b. jn postponed until Hatur-
day. . ' " . .. .
The troiihy mntcbes will be plaved at
Meadow lii'Ool;, Long lslund, whoa the
.nul'li and American, polo fours meet
for poswskioa of the Intornationnl Polo
Cup,. While this trophy, has not tb
entou.il a competitive history of the
America' i'ucht Cup, it classes with
both the emblem of sailing supremacy
and the Pavis tenuis Cttp, which will be
computed for. during the A merles u sea
kob if summer sport. This pole tro
phi', which has cost both the American
and Kiiylish polo devotees hundreds of
tkousniiiM ot dollars to Win and retain
was donated by the Westchester Polo
Club of Newport in ISHll. During the
Iwenly-elght years which have elapsed
since, the cup was nliere.l as an inter
batniiiNi championship euil.loiii In this
siort bve ipatehes have lwei plaved
of which Kngluiid has won two and the
t nited States three, ;
The Initial Contest'
" The initial contest, which 'resulted In
a victory for the Fnglish four; was
played iu Newport in 1SS8, when the
invudera carried away the prize in two
Htinignt giiuies. Nix years later America
made its. first effort to regain the eup
wiin a .le ii in compose,! or K. I,. Agassiz,
J. K. 'fiiwiliu. 'Fbihnll Keeue and Law
rence Wutoibury. The first game plar
e. at IliirlinghaiiV Kiiglnml, was wou by
the, Fulled Ktates four, two goals to
ouo. There was a quick shakeup in the
defending team and Knglaud wou the
novt two "games six to one and seven
to one. Hoven years )assed before tbe
ailicmeitu I'olo Associutloii authorized
another attempt to regain tho trophy,
The iw-Ji invasion was completely sua
eesMni, ror tne Atnoncau team" consist
ini? of Ijiwrenee Waterburv. J. M. Wr
tctbury, Jr.. Harry Payne Whitney and
Pfverciix M 1 1 1 hi i'n, known as the Mea
dow Hrook "Fig Four,' wrested the
cup from Knglund in two straight
cauies by scores of nine to five and
eight to two. r '
... Cloae Contest.
The Kiiglish poloists came back in
lIUI to jeeeive the trojdiy but failed
for the Meadow Urook'team defeated
tho i hullongers four aud one half - to
three and four and, one-half to three
u ml one-half, . although the invading
four was snidoj-ed the strongest thHt
ever let t r, upland pu a1 pol expedi
tfou, consisting as it did of Cnptalas
iTieapo, l.loyil, llson and N. Ed
ward. The series of last year, which
also 'resulted In a victory for Amer
ica, was fully as rinse and exciting
as thH game's ef 1911. The score
were five and one-half to throe and
four aud one-half to four and one quur
, , luouwuuoa on rage Two.j
Mayor and Henchmen Hold Can
cos and Decide to Namo Engi
neer and Civ TJp Scheme of
Looting City Treasury to Duild
Up Political Machine. '
Alnrmil by the publicity given to
time. n renwinioiis dismisssl ,.f f p.y
and County Eng'uper L. ' M. WhMe
l.ouse, that the Way Ini.'ht. be pave I
for the upbuilding of a pnvvurf ul po-'
lillcal nipclnno, backed by appro!--'
niafolv two hnnilrld thousand dul'arn
uf city and fnnniy (unds, and- fur
ther improssed by the pressure tiroii.tit
to . bear upon them by business pin
end the press, Mayor I'eru and his
su.orting supervisors li.t iii;:ht de
cided that it would not bo best at 'the.
present time to tike the j.di of binl.lin,j
city. end I'onuty rnadt into lh.ir own
hnu.lM, as thoy wunl I have boon please t -to
lo, and in eailciiH assemble, ijec .lnl
not only to appoint a cilv and count v
engineer, but also to make tliit olli. iut .
the head of the water and nimwis d.
partment, and agreeil to b t the engi
neor have his own way iu riiuu nir the
several loiartuionts under bis charge.
It was a case or Kern and Ins eolimts
being "called," ami they threw "I l.ilf
hands'' into the discard. - x'
, Wall Ia Choice.
Accordingly William A.' Wall's name
will be submitted tonight nt the meet
ing of tho bonrd of supervisors by
ii . ' . .
jiavor rem lor npp.iint.iionr, as city
and county engineer end bis appoint
ment is likely to go through ilh.,it
a dissenting vote. All the supervisors
were present at the cuueus, with .the,
exception of Andrew Cox. who is still
ill. , -
The supervisor decided to iiiiite tlm
Ifit.V and county oiiiine-r ilejiiftinent
tun (lie waier ana severs ' lnisines,
wbleli will . be taken over, from the
Territory, next -Men !: v . i.r t-. .. n
thereafter as the trine for il , ii.n. ms
have. been propeily execute.!, bi'tweon
the" Territory and the ( itv anj I'ouu-
ty of Honolulu. .
Vnile "the salary for tne ennibincl
ofiice has not been ilelinitolv h. -tiled
upon, it is certain thnt the now oil v
aud county engineer ami e nllieio gen
eral malinger of the water and sowers
department wilt reroie from $tJiM) t
-I.KI0 a year, or :i.(l tu t month.
City-Engineer Whiteliiilise s salary has
been 27. a mouth. ,
Tho new offices siM iiro l b.V t Im coun
ty in the Knpiolani Huiblin ;, Kiiij.; mi l
Alakea streets, will Iioohu t, .''city
treasurer's ollice, water and sowers do
partinout, garbage .ilepui tinent, nod tho
building aud plumbing inspector 'm of'
lloe.',-' . .. "'.' ..
. . Will Reduce K'v.pioiea. 1
, That there will bo a reduced number
of empl .yes iu the w;it r an, I 'sower
lepartment is a foregone conclusion.
Tho new 'city , engineer,' woo will be,
also ex-otliein geuo.nl ninnner of the
water Slid sowors ilepui liueiit. w,il I.e.
ivon nil nssista'it engineer lio will
really be the hia.l of that, depi'.i'.'mout.
and it, is believed that Fred 15. Kir
choff, now civiCen;,'iueer with tho de
partment Of public works and con
nected with the ' present, 'water and
towers department, will secure Hie j.oh-'
ition. This appointment whs also"
praeticuljy settled upon l;i,t uijj.bt. -'
One clerk ut leiii.t uJ certainly -not
more thaa two will be provided for.
..The new city engineer will be given
t road oversser and tbe lalher heavy
clerical machinery which has, beeii
built up since the city government as
first launched in Honolulu will very
likely be niiisi.lerHl.lv re, hue,!, .
fcUipervir-or M. C. I'm heco will iiilro-.
iluce at tonight's moiling of ili.j sup
ervisors on aiiH-iidmeiit to the rules of
piocediire so as to provide for the tip
poiiituient of a supei visoriul rommitu-o
whose 'members will have, full super
vision ef the water and sewers t.-rt-ment
iu lis relation to the bonr.i. ;
Tern WU1 Appoint. .
"The ninyor promisi'd toiiiuht that
he would submit a name at the moot-
lug tomorrow night for ritv engineer to
succeed Mr. Whitehouso,' stutod Hup
ervisor Pnehoco after th.vcauciia. 'lla
promised further that the' man whoso
name he would submit for . approval
would be satisfactory to all con, erne, I.
"The new eity engineer, who w ill lie
ex officio general manager of the water
and aewer departments oon to be ta- '
ken over from the Territory by tho
county, will bo given a trie band iu
both departments. Jl jI not be both
ered with question of patronage aa far
as the supervisor nre concerned. Ho
will appoint whomever he wishes t as
sist him, the board limiting itself to
deciding just how nmny assistants he
may have." , ,
' A fonr'oluinn oriliaonoo coverins the
water .and sewers department Will bo
introduce,!, at tonight's meeting. The.
supervisors went over ' the; printer's
proof Inst ; eight and made' mauy .
changes, inont of these bring, however,
of a phraseological nature, Kveni as
it is, h Jiupervisors are not; satisfied
with the proposed nrdinnnce and it is
proved to submit it to one of tho best,
(.oatluueil 00 Paso Three)