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a v,ec!- If a: That looks,us
3! . A aire's eon -couldn't
rvcr .".rhr.aolphia Bulletin.-
(ContJied from pge i)
era will not be again slowed to arrive.
-. ' President VVItsort ir viewing the sifr
uation with fireat concern, fearful of
a disastrous clash between the citizens
and the agitators. He has wired to
Governor Campbell, ,at Phoenix, Ari
zona, and ordered the U. Q. officiala to
cooperate with the state authorities In
keeping order.' ' ' ." "I ;'" " ' .
"Meanwhile," his -telegram says,
'there Is great danger If the citizens
take the law into tbelr own hands. I
look for such actions with grave appre
hensJon."' - " !i ' ' -
While the main ploU of the I. W. W.
agitators "and tbeir-rrabid - followers
center In the West, reports of plot
come from the South aa "welL . There,
at El Paab, three V W. WV members
hare been arrested la connection, wit'a
an alleged attempt uf destroy sthe- in
ternatlonal bridge by dynamiting It
j in the mmtos districts, where" the
IW, 5V.Jfc strong, there are strikes
in the copper mines ot Butte,' Montana,
and at Globe"nd BUbeo In Artoxna,
whlletbe miners inColorado, Ne?ada
and Utah threaten, to wait ont Yes
terday the miners at CUfton and Mo
renci, Arixona, voted to strike, and
three thousand ; of' them will throw
down their, drills and close, the mines.
Lumber J ndustry. Affected -l.." . ;. f
The lnmber Industry in WaBhington.
Idaho "and a section of 'Oregon ftnda
itself In : a 'precarious situation, -wlti
the lumbermen on the verge' of strik
ing, insubordinate and "malingering. ;
, Throughout the entire , Northwest
there are reports. o plots to destroy
the wheat rops and the farmers ire
constantrr guard to preTentr tiro
bugs entering their fields.
: At Marshfleid. oregoi, ; wnere mere
has been a striie 'wider 'way by the
lumbermen, it Is announced that the
minmen will take idrastlo step to
break the strike the minute it becomes
apparent that its continuance Is hold
Ing up the shipbuilding . program; on
the Pacific coast ir is tending to delay
the speedy completion of the-anton-ments
being rushed for-the national
army.:. r ?
Farmers on Guard.-jf;- -:f rtfCi -
I Throughout : Eastern' Oregon l and
Washington the'faraiers' are organiz
ing t put an end to the spreadlhg 6f
the - propaganda which, advocates Ihe
destruction, of crops. - ;
At , Bis bee, Arizona, where federal
mediators are endeavoring to 'bring the
strike to an end,' the local' residents
have deported eleven, hundred "vand
ninety-three members of the L"W.
rounding them up . and kerding Jthem
into twenty-four box cars, which they
started off ; towards Columbus.- The
citizens,- exasperated at the Attl tude.pt
the agitators, formed , themselves lnt
armed posses for. their, round-up, ; In
some instances, the ,agi.tatorsr resisted
and there wasUome ..'fighting, taj-which.
two of the 1. W. W, men were, killed. , ,
Ajitatcrs bepcrted-;; :cvv
The federal mediators ' have tele
graphed an appeal to President Wilson
to have the deportationa stopped-in all
the Arizona mine centers In order thgt
the caning industry be not paralyzec!
through ,the lack of labor, when tha
strike is' ibrought to an end. i
x At a' meeting held at Denver last
night between representatives, of, tb)
Leadville. miners unions,' the . min.'
owners - and federal .mediators," the
TAli
REVETIUE
CiTYTO GET
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The amount of money front taxa
tion which the city and county will
receive In 1918 bar been figured out
by .Harry Murray, -superintendent ;of
the water and sewer department. -
Murray bases his estimates on a
tax valuation of 1109,000.000, although
the amount will probably run above
that fleure. On that basis the total
amount of taxes which will be collect
ed probably will be J 1,962.000, of
which the city and county wQl get
f 1.2$2,op0, the remainder going to the
territory. - i v
Before the new. tax valuation was
known it was estimated that it, would
be close to f 100,000,000 and upon that
amount the legislature fixed the rate
of .018. which would have made the
city and county's share $1,200,000. Un
der the new valuation,-therefore.-the
city-and county will receive S 160,000
more than was expected."
Of the $1,362,000 half, or 2081,000,
goes to the' general fund and the
other half to special funds. - j
f The special funds are divided into
permanent street construction, which
receives 1340,500, , water and "sewer
extensions and 'free sewer and cess
pool pumping service 1227,000. perma
nent . construction other than roads
156,750, - road" maintenance $56,7(0.
Tb$227;00O for the water and sewer
department "ia Oirther- divided info
$60,000 for free sewer and cesspool
pumping : and . $167,000 for the exten
sion of the water and sewer system.
CONNAUGHT CLUB IS -
1: USED BY GOVERNMENT
LONDON, -j England. The 7; 'Con
naught dub, near the marble arch
entrance to Hyde park. Is -the latest
Institution to be taken over- by .: the
iwar, department, " for,, governmental
purposes. . It has., been . turned ' over
to the Women's Auxiliary Army corps
for' the training in hygiene and. disci
pline of women who jure sent to do
work behind, . the front , in France":"
- -The building- was? a jnen's residen
tial etub and numbered among-its -250
members, many y Americans. : It now
honses - nearly 000 : womenT ' r -
owners .were 'notified 1 thatf:the men
would strikeron Saturday unless In
the meanwhile their demands for high
er pay and other concessions be grant
edr or unless the government decided
to' take lover the U mlnea and operate
them, v4 rgfg :ziftftY2
WIU Appeal to Washington y ? j& f;
; The federal Conciliators have agreed
to submit the proposals of th men to
the department. of ; labor. by wire. In
order that the Justness of the demands
may. be passed upon. The acceptance
or rejection of the terms fay the mine
owners could ; not, be., taken rnp- last
night those - present at the meeting
stating that-the decision of the oper
ators would depend upon tha action
desired by other. mine owners wat
ootid not "be present Usnlght;
7 William b.' rfaywodd;' generat secre
tary and :treasurer 'of the 4. W? W: al
Chicago; Issued a vehement deniallas
night of the report that German money
and German Influences are back of th
present great activities 0f .the i. w; W.
workers. The ; says that the : various
happenings being investigated ' by . ths
attorney general's department .and
tfhlch have been credited to the L'W.
W. are simply a series of outrages with
which he and his fellow workers have
had no connection whatever. - ' '
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65 TO.71 COUTH QUEEIT CT.
WOA BHIK HOIIH RATES
iiBilEi RAISED $21 TOW
::- v a m- wsr a ant a urn ! .-f- --j ,- , -t
: f 11,1 HAIHIW
Bringing about 50 -first class pas;!
sengers tne siatson steamer, uanoa
arrived., of f : port Tearly ; this .morning,
three "days behind her schedule due to
the fact-that she towed the German
sbrp Poramern'to the coast on a pre
vious voyage. The trip down was un
eventful and. -the sea was declared by
the passengers , to have been "as
smooth Jss a-mill pond.' The swimming-
tank was much enjoyed' by the
passengers; according to the. reports
of H.Wi.-D. McKenxie; the purser.
Captain ; A.1 Soule, former well
known Honolulan now : In command
of the Manoa, laughingly replied: when
asked the standing question: aa to how
soon he expected some of the Hatson
boats would; be" cdminandeered,by the
government: "You' know . as 4 mucn
about thit as 'I do, '--Another itt the
ship's officers, said In reply; to.- the
QuesttonT r f Why;'' -even; Captain--Mal
son does nofeJow
w'Ahiinriir r thiR V. arrivin. ' nasseneers
Honolulu : residents,, ipredomlnate; al
though. there: is. a spnnuingvoi com
inerclal trayelera And tourists. .W. W.
Chamberiaia,, trsasprer of, the, Guar,
dian -.Tna t'Coji reamed fronvtar Jbusir
nesa,trip;;as ."didi.t'alstiiiJudge'fit-R;
Cooper, owner. of the Talmyra Islands.
John :HInd, the. Kohala capitalist, ie
another who has. been to the .coast on
a business mission, a:;.' y ;i
Charles vDrake, a former traveling
man for E. OcHaI & Son, who has
been away , for one. year. Is now eligi
ble for membership in the "come back
club.? rts T'.IV:
1 ' jbhir Gat tf 'tc Guardian Trnst Co.
returns to the islands With. a bride .U
whom he1 was married lnr Wassachu-
setta recently. 1 The young couple were
met at the -landmgv; by : a party -of
I .urs.. Jtv, iiupoeneite i tne wue 01
the" captain of th4i tugat' KahuIul pn
heriWay io-that port to . rejoin her
L JC.Asbiag fsa aioaofula, Chinese
the mainland. M. Kubo, another Hono
lulu, youth, Is. retaining f,rom a rnaln-
land school,-as is also H. L Kurisakl.'
Allan-Renton.f Who has' been attend
Ing: the tJniverslty of .Wisconsin, is a
son of George F. Kenton, manager of
the Ewa plantation.- He has just com
pleted, his junior trear at the ' univer
stty. where he is known for the fame
he first gained "j his freshman year
as a singer or Harwalian songs. J . .
iJ;: P.. Winnie; buyer for the mer
chandlse department - of Alexander: 4s,
Baldwin, ; was, another, returning pas
Oceacn
SH OArs TO.SAIt FEAHCISCO-
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Bcgnlar Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. T7.
. y For further partitnlara apply' to
C; BREWERS CO. LTDrS Cental Actnb
n
; .General cargo coming to Honolulu
yesterday from Yokohama iln' one of
the big subsidized liners of-theToyo
KIsen.Kaisha cacie at the, rate, of $7
aton for general cargo and $5. a ton
forriae. - -' .- .'V--
.From Hongkong, however,; the ratej
for general cargo was. $1 a ton, more
than' seven times the rate from Japan
ports. It is quite evident the T; K.-K.
is charging Chinese firms "all the traf
fic" will bear."1 " ; - ,
a Onthe last call at this' port' of-the
same:; liner,, the freight rate. , from
Hongkong, .to Honolulu for general
cargo was only $0 a tcn That f as la
AprfLV There haa been a jump of $21
a ton In two months. The rate rom
Japan here is the- same as4it was on
the former voyage, because oa the kub
sidlzed ; steamers the rate can not be
raised., except by 'permi8si0Brfjon the
Japanese '. department of communica
tions It la said the, T.. K. iq is ask
ing for. an Increase now4. . ;
; A Japanese tramp steamer arriving
this week from .Yokohama- and Kobe
brought cargo here at the rale of. 3
aCt0n,;and an American JInef at $"T0,
so .that it look ai though" both Japan-
j ese and ; Chinesr importers lare (bejng
. j stuckH-; on the 'same? "scale by aU
t A9TTI lln a f rtrm tYi a Orlan t V ;
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Direct Service Between San Frasciico asd Honolulu
-r Fbr further particulars apply-to : v ;
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: ZTzizxy Otis F. Hdl of ths Murine Eye ReriedyGo;
- Avrllca to t!;3 Hcnolulu Stor-Bullctih as foUow: ; "It if-
- fcri pleasure cs rcpfeccnuns the Murine xnteresU to
- - clclo that cur pubKcity in theStar-BulIetin has resulted
in c:taL Hilling a very fair demand for ' Mume;HawSu'
TIiio h cne core vhcre vc have been able to liaxe Jolrcit
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L Irlrin 2 Contracts A re Always Renewed.
M. V. Seller is a newcomer to the
Islands, who it is reported Is to enter
the employ of Hackf eld ft .Co."r-; V-
; The Manoa brought . S424 . tons of
freight for Honolulu and 1845 tons for
fCahulul in this Is" Included 24 automobiles.-
;Due to being off schedule,
It . Is not v known . when v the Manoa
will leave for; Kahului, nor- has' it
date' of departure, , for the ,;; mainland
been determined.- It is the opinion of
the ship's off leers that', it will take
threemore voyages to get-the vessel
back on- its. regular schedule. w
A.:U Serrao Is chief officer of' the
Manoa, J. Young, chief engineer; -Dr.
H.i r. woriey, - ship's ; surgeon, and
George Berrle, chief steward.
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HL1 L Ob L
BACK FROM CO AST
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,A number of the officers and .mem
bers of the TcreK which, took:, the .Ger
man ' ship' Staatsaekretar; Kraetke to
San ' Francisco .returned to Honolulu
this morning on the Manoa, . They
report an uneventful trip, except that
the 'voyage took. 11 days, which was
several days longer than-"-expected
when they .left here, on June 15. '; .
Among , those who . returned - are
Capt W.. H. Curtis, who commanded
m?mi .vtit wiv , w wj mk&w s va woat
Jasvpals; chiefenglneetrlenry . Ai
kue; second assistant engineer ; ; . N.
Adler of the U. s: N- who went "as
wireless . operator; , Josephus - Santos
of the water front police and. M, Kear-
Eegalar. Sailings to San Francisco and to, thi Orient ;
. " For further particnlars apply to-- ; C
; CASTLE & COOKE; lVra, Awcnr, Honolulu
v r :CA)jAD!AN-AUSTRALASIArj ROYAL MAIL LINE
Regular. Sailings to . BRITISH COLUUUIA. FUI ITHI7
- r- 2EALA1H) and AUSTRAUA - " '
; v t , : - or lunner panicniars apply to- c - i . ' I
- ,incu. n.-uAvit a uyn Uy; General Agents
ft
93 QUEEN STREET
PHOim .2225 ;T.2ACIir3
FIREWOOD AND COAL "7 f- W0R,C..A
P. a BOX 21?
OViUnAILVAYJET,:.
; PASSENGERS ARRIVED
' .HI i ' 1 i i i i
i Tassengers arriving per Manoa from
San Francisco: - - ; ... - 1 r
N, Adler,: Mrs? Martha Aiken, Henry
AJkoe, Mrs. W. O. Allen, Miss . Wini
fred G. ' Allan Dr,, E. H. 'Angerfflann,
H.' B. Bailey, Mrs. H. B. Bailey Miss
A. Bostelman, C. . Bull, Mrs, HX R.
Bulu-Charles A. Burgner, , Miss L.A.L
Camron Jas. Card, MrW. W. Cham-
oeruin, k. : a." uning, j.' tL uine
H. EL Copper, rW. F. Crockett, -Capt,
W. H. Curtis, Jamef Davis,-Dr W. A.
DeTancq, Charles .Drake, J. Leo Fair
banks,: Mrs., J.' Leo Fairbanks Miss
Hilda Ford; John ; Gait; Mra. John
Gait, E.- B., Gorman , Miss :. Mildred
Griffin. Mrs. Elizabeth Harding, Jobn
Hind, Mrs, K. Hubbenette.Mrs. A. M.
Hunte v: K Kanaphus, M. . Kearney,
Ralph A.? Kearns, Miss Mary -E. Kil
gour.Mr. Kubo, H. U Kurisakt, V. H.
Levy, Mrs. Bertha LloydVMiss Eleanor
McKenzie, C. P. Parr, Anan Renton,
Josephos .W. Santos, Chas. I Sauers,
Mrs, - Catherine W, .Sauers, L. P.
Thurston .Thos. -i C ; Trueblood, Mrs.
Thos. C. Trueblood, Miss Margaret
Van DoerliiC James Wakefield, W. C.
Warren, J.. P,-Winne, Mrs; Emily C.
Winnln, Mrs.- MIrs June AJ Witheriy.
Elliott Wood. Mrs. EF; Wood and
children,' Master Jack Wren, Mrs. G.
F.? wren, T. J, Wynne, ' Mrs. T. J.
Wynne, S. Y. .Young, M. V. Steifer.
Per Inter-Island steamer Claudine
from Maul ports, July. 13: Jas O. Mit
chell, L. Y. Alona. Mrs. SIwa, K. Shi
nohara. si rs. . KalauokalanI, W. Len
nox,- Fred Fernandez,? C'AJKusInsky
D. Damlen, Shimakawa, . Oscar John
son, - P. J. . Johnson, , T- Kubota, c- J.
Miner, Chung Doo, Mrs. Doo, Miyasaki,
Miss Hlller,' Miss H. Alexander. Mr.
Balding; K. Hubbenette, J.- H. . Case,
Kauhane, J. Festano Wm. Karaa-
klnL P.: Lewis, . Miss Stephenson, Mrs.
M. ' Joses, C. Cfowely E.? R. , Bevtas-;
Father Thomas, Father Athanaslus.
Old-Timer; The- worst experience
f ever had4 was when we ran" out of
port in a gale of Wind.; The'Ameteur:,
Gracious!.' I " though ' sailors l always
erzzZ n:n.--LIvcrrccl Tc:V"',? "" i
ney.-..' v- v..:
- S. S. Connanton,' formerly, mate of
the Helene, who sailed on the Kraetke
as first officer.: and Carson Hudgins,
who shipped, as second ' mate, re
mained with the vessel when It reach
ed San Francisco.
EMERALD LINE HOtof
, ; 'BUY BIG HILL BOATS
EUREKA,-CaU. July IS. Andrew
Mahoney of ; Mahoney r.. ft Z '- Crowley,
owners of the Independent Steamship
Company, and Richard -Struthers,
shipping broker of San Fran ciscoan
nounced ?here tonightvthat the Emer
ald 'Line will not purchase- the Hill
turbiners Great Northern and North
ern' Pacific . '
Mr. Mahohey, who came to Eureka
to inspect a site on which it Is de
clared I..F: Puter and others wish to
build a dock and warehouse to house
the Independent business " here, an
nounced no decision as to the site,
but declared that A. P. Mott, well
known coast steamship- man, would
continue to represent the line here.
PAINT HOUSERED IF; -7
J vr END WAR THIS YEAR
LONDON, Eng. Mansion; Hons,
official , residence of the Lord Mayor
of London,- Sir William-.Dunn, now
back from the smoke of the city, win
be painted a bright red if peace comes
this year. The Lord Mayor said that
if peace came before his ternrof of flea
expired, he . would paint the. Mansion
House red and entertain there the sol
diers from his own neighborhood ; on
elaborate scale.
ICELAND HAS BEGUN
: COMPULSORY- SERVICE
S REYKJAVIK, Iceland- Iceland's
parliament; Has - decided ; tdV Institute
compulsory national service; ; "Every
young man is to give to the state six
months' labor on some work of . na
tional Importance, snch as bridge and
road-making; and the1 building of public
edifices. i..f:v--.;'vk ,
FIRST TO REGISTER r . ' i I:
WIN HONOR1A -"ER. .;
- WAITING ALL NIGHT.
COLUMBIA TO HAVE-- J
-r' CHAIR OF LEGISLATION
NEW;YORK,-N. YAnnouncement
of a'; sift of " $150,000 by;:: Joseph ,
rhftmbrlain - to t endow" a v professor
ship of legislation in Columbia nnlver
slty's law school was' made, recently.
Thomas I. Parkinson,' chairman of the
legislative '' drafttii committee j of the
American Bar associationi ,v haa -been
appointed to the hew chair.
NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL'6
ROTTERDAM LLOYD
JOINT SERVICE
To BativiaJavaV viaVToko-
hama, iNagasaH,i,.Hoi3gkong
and Singapore, -; Sailing dates,
freight and passenger rates on
application v S'iSu'
C. Brewer: & Co., Ltd., Agents
; v : Optometrist ';. . - r. .
STANDARD OPTICAL CO.
1116 Fort Street . - ,
Protsctlve Assncy "of Hawaii
" DAY AUD NIGHT
Patrols. Phone 141 1, 5 & 6 CJlts
CldjV", WM. E. MljLES, M;r.
Ani2r!ccn Cpllccl Co.
" t -1148 Fcrt SL, Honolulu
Opposite Catholic Ccnvent
THE H0USH OF E2HVICH
t CHOP SUI
.93 North Kinj Street 5;? I
Call and see our brand. new CHOP
8UI . HOUSEEverythlng Neat
l ,:r'-; and Clean
Tables y be reserved by phone. -t:
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Delicacies -A
H. MAY ft CO Ltd
k - Phone 17-1
NEW YORK, - N; Y.To ' Edward
Smith. Isadore Gcller and Morris Her?
man must go the honor of being first
on the job to register here. .V t v
In order to be early on the regista
tion rolls, they slept last night on the
steps of public school No. JL09, where
their polling place is located. -i
a a :
BRITAIN OBLIGED TO RAISE: &:
;.. ' ; LIMIT ON BEER OUTPUT
LONDON, Eng.-rf According ' to the
newspapers; thegovernment reduction
In the annual output of beer to 10,000,
000, barrels, decreed 'last February
proved too drastic. There has been a.
jdefldentt supply. Jin ' the munitions
areas during the "recent hot weather,
which condition, added is' the ;pTOs
'pectlve difficulty In tie rural districts
at harvest time, has Influenced - the
'government tb allow an immediate in
crease of S" per cent in tis tirrelare
-cf t:r.- ' ' '
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Successor to A.' IT. Sanf ord
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CHAC3, pa:'xrl .-
San3Ury Cans, wood Knii -
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Store---1152 rv4uanu St, nr. Paush
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Luau Tents and. Canopies far r..
Thirty Years' Expsrlin:?
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