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I AM BY HONEST CONVICTION FOR THE LIQUOR LAW AS IT STANDS - BISHOP RESTARICK
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 21, lolo. 10 PAGES.
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GRUESOME TALE COMES FROM KAHUKU
Left To Cremate
Chinese Meets Horrible Death
At .Kahuku Posse After
WHAT PROHIBITION MEANS
s That another nppnlllng crime ha.
(icon ml ilea tu tlio long list Hint
exists ut present. Is llie belief of
Deputy Sheriff Uose nnd Chief Mc
Duffle, who wore Informed this morn
ing thai' a Chinese rlco planter
l nmed Chin Ton linil heen benton
up ut Kahuku ami tlin.ii thrnwn auto
a pllo of dried rlco straw and almost
The horrlhlo tragedK la Bald to
hae occurred ot the See Tat Wal
Itlco Company, which has many
acres under cultivation In the Ka
huku dlstrl t. Word was brought
-Inro'towu by a Chincso'nhls- morn-,
,lrg. and the society to which the
dead man helongel quickly Informed
tho polite of the matter.
The silence of the deputy-sheriff
ot the district Is most unaccountable,
and the only possible explanation Is
that he lives mime twenty miles from
whore the minder took place, -,
According to the Btory brought to
llinio ulu. Chin Ton was attacked by
a mob of Chinese and badly beaten
up. He was thought to bo dead and
his would-be murdeiers then drugged
htm to a heup of rice straw and,
uftor covering him up, set Are to
tlieWlily-lnllnmmnblo material jj
The thugs then Adjourned, and uru
'Continued on Pane 3)r"- I
BE LAID OUT AT KAWAILOA
BY FIFTEEN HONGMANS
LSWWreM :.r- ""' 'hiw Urn
, IRMtlSflBN. -'It. cTri mmmw
"It Is Up to the Hawaiian." Woolley Interview
It can't ho callecbNob Hill exactly,
Ihjit trart out ut Kawalloa. It might
ho tho Kens ot Hack llnj but It will
bo tho aristocratic suburb ot all Oulni
If the applications of fifteen promin
ent Ilonoiulans arc appro cit this af
ternoon, at tho meeting of tho Land
Hoard for thro acre residence trdcij
near the boach there,
Of all tho applications which are
before tho baard today that of p, 1'.
Irwin uml his fourteen associates Is
tho mcjt Important In many wnjs.
Thoso whosn liameu nre on the peti
tion for those tracts besides Mr. Ir
win are SV. D. Adams, V. H. Mcln
crny. I). I. Conkllng, J. C. Uvons, Dr.
C. 11. High, Trauk Tliomp3on, Hobcrt
Doml, W. T. Dlngham, John Slokos.
W. F. Drake, Dr. 0. E. Wall. Mrs.
Ella'Osborn, C. n. Frailer and J. D.
Mclnerny, tho latter applying for tho
Island of Popoln.
These fifteen have taken the cruam
of tho lots of govornment land offer
ed at Kawalloa and will have a set
tlement ot their own In which to
Bpond week ends and enjoy ono ot
the finest beaches In thu Territory, i
Tho Umd Uoard went Into session
this aftemoon at one-thirty and It will
tako until lato this afternoon for It
to consider nil tho applications which!
aro to como before It.
Applications which have been flle.l
with Commissioner of Public I.amW
bosldes tho ones for Kawalloa are
Mnnuel Santos wants lots 84 an I
S3 at Knlahco, Kauai; and Qwockl
Illn, Society has applied for thrco,
acron of ground at Kcokca, Kula,
Maul, which Is a part of Cornwell'H
J. II, Itajmoml asks to leaso gov-
prninent remnants at Honiiauln. Maul.
and a renewal of goneral loaso ntini-
bor 401 at Walakolea, Puna, Hawaii
C. I.al Voung wants to renew tho
lease on lot SOS of tho land of Wala
kaluawaho, Oahii, and Kahulul Hull
road Company wants to exchango ccr
iConttnned on Paee 2)
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STREET CORNER SPEECH
, "Voto dotvn (ho prohlhltlonlstsnext
Tuesday, and let us havo liberty,"
At tho noon hour today, In tho
midst of about tlireo hundred voters,
Oeorgo Markhnnmado tho first untl
piohlbltlon campaign uperch against
llio Woolley propaganda, at tho corn
er of King and llethel streots. In
the abscuco of a soap bor which win
ordinarily until during tin post politi
cal campaigns, Mnrkliain mounted on
u carefully tuado stand and sroro.l
Wool ley and the prohibition loaders,
He challenged them to come for
ward nnd oppose him; but, alas, there
weie no orohlblltonlsts lit the neigh
borhood. Ho called for Woolley to
rom,e forward and vfaco tho Hawaiian
crowd; but he was not present. Al
though there woro a fow uf his sup
ooscd suiinorters nrescnt. they kept
"I tell you, fellow citizens," said
Markliam, "let us voto against tho
prohibition next Tuesday. Let us
show and prove to Woolley that' wo,
Hawaiian!, are no Indians, as ho rep
lesenUd us to ba to tho pooplo In
"The only way to call him down'
Is to voto down his proposition with
which hu Is trying to mislead us. In
thu flrtt placo, he has no business,
as a inullhlul, to come, here and dic
tate to us what to do orj tho liquor
question. lie Is Incsponstblo nnd Ills
adWco should not bo supported hy
us. . .
"Ho has done a dirty and ungen
tlcmnuly thing at Washington by
'(Continued on Page 2.)
FORTRESS MONROE. Va., July
21. Eleven artillerymen are dead
and several are injured as the re
sult of an accident to one of the big
guns of the batteries here, which oc
curred during target practise.
While the men were operating one
of the great twelve-inch guns, the
breech block ,blew out, and the lives
of the artillerymen were wiped out
'in a twinkling.
The Army and Navy Journal glvoa
tho lCCtli nnd lCStli companies ut
Coast Artillery as stationed at. Fort
MONTREAL, Canada, July 21,
The strike situation amone the em
ployes of the Grand Trunk road is
ONLY AT HOME
DAILY SCORES OF.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 21. The
big leagues' scores for today arc:
' .American Boston 4, Detroit 0;
Philadelphia 2, Chicago 3', Washing
ton 8, Cleveland 1; New York 11),
St. Louis 2.
Tointin1 "Pitttfitirrv f T?fnnllww
1; Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 0; Chicago
3, Boston 0: Cincinnati 2. Fhilndel-I
phia 3; St. Louis 2, New York 1. I
Standing of American League, July 23 j
Club W. I Pet.
Phladolphla S3 24 .Ghg;
Now York 17 .11
Detroit U" 27
lloston 47 34
Chicago 29 in
Cleveland 33 39
Washington 31 4
Bt, Louis ...'. il 69 .SOB. pJ;,. ,."... .inn
of National League, July 50 ' ,
J.A. Kennedy Votes
President of Inter-Island Makes
Strong Statement Against
l'mldrnt J. X. KuinidT u the Inlcr-Maiid hlc.-iiu at lira Hon Cum.
jinny diclnred tliU morning Unit he ttIII lotr Tnridii)' nvariH (lie IWioller-
l'rrsldrnt KciiiuiIj'h itiitrmrnt nns m follimsi
' I am not a prohibitionist but a re
strictionist. I believe in' the regulation
'and restiiction of saloons and the liquor
.business in the Territory. I would like
,to see the Liquor Commission backed up
(in its endeavor to carry out the wishes
of the people and the enforcement of the
;laws. ' Honolulu is a seaport town and
mr ny people do not take this important
fact into consideration in making com
parisons with cities and towns of the
interior on the mainland where entirely
different conditions prevail.
"I shall vote NO at the coming
PEKINQ, July 21. China is en-
(Special Hu Hot lu Wireless)
Illlo, Hawaii, July 20. Herald nub
lllien today tint iilchlscllo Is Illegal
as the law requires that proclamation
'awirsMfttoSiS rr , rrr .,o ,nBi"toi
u" reached by Bussia and Japan in their '"'" ""'" "",""' -'". J-r ro
.580i alliance for maintaining the present visions of section twcnty-fivo of i-icc
'Z.ll military situation in Manchuria, The- tlon law. Proclamation arrived hero
f,viM.iwvui wj ..utau w -- nuuuu mm wuh hjhipu i uosciay.
exprciiing us saiuiaciiun wun mc
Standing of National League,
Club. ' W. I
Chlcauo 47 27
New York 43 32
PlttsburK 39 ,,,31
Cincinnati 39 36
Philadelphia 3S 39
IlrooklMi 32 43
Rt. Iinls 34 44
lloston 32 47
Scctlou tiu-nty-flve, which tho Her
aid iiio(vs us uiiholdliijc Its conten
Hon that tho plebloclto Is I1Ick.i1, orb
I villi's mat tho proclamation of u spo-
. . Tumrmr A -r ulul viciiiuu iiiiibi uo issiieu uy wu
11N iriiifihiXLALi Oornor forty days heforo the olcc-
iioii is in no Held, and mat copies of
Hut ono matter was (alien up by
tho land hoard ut Its meeting this
nfternoon u tho Palace before ad
journment until this evenltiK.
Tho matter which was considered
was an application or the Depart
ment uf Public Instruction for an
exchange of laud, tho deportment of
fering laud ut Kallhl, comprising
24,000 fcqu.ire feet. In exchange for
u lot of two acres at Watertown. f
Upon motion pft.Mr. Trpnt, sec
onded b Mr. Andrude, It was voted
to maliB this cxcliuigt$, In order that
work on the school tni)ld)iiK tu b
elected at Wntcitown 'might com
mence ut on e, ro ns,to have It com
piled for the beginning 'uf the
trhool )cnr In September.
As there are innnylmportatit mat.
teis to conic before .the" bo.1rd, and
ip. turufTjiAT ni t..i oi e.., ",0 proclamation shall bo tiansmlt
(v rirniivr iifhl hi isic iiiitciiti.i v hi . . . .. . . ... -. -..- .....,, T.w.M .. ....
fev J"u ,a",,""1 ITOvmea mat mo aB )t wng lnl,0S8U)le for 80mo nlom.
- . . HUl.tU Ul IIIU L'lVUllUll BIIUIl IIH IRjmt'U 1 ... , I.. ... .. ' , . .. ..., ...
... . , , , Ut-TH iU It'lIIUllI 111 U MfSHIUIl illlH llll
in tiuuu uuujpiuuuuB pueus in eucu
precinct, bu( no upsclflcutlon Is given
us; to tho time of thu posting
Further along tliern Is u section of
the law, lion ever, which provides un-
, ,, 'der "duties of Inspector" that tho
WASHINGTON, D, C, July 21. Inspector umong other things Bliall
Pio:eedlngs have been bbgun by gov iist notices of thu election In .his
ernment officers to extend the juris- precinct in places jis before provided
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BQURGES, France, July 21, A
pretty young woman committed sui
cide here today. It is thought that
she was Clara Leneve, the compan-i diction of the Interstate Commerce at least sot en dais before tho else
ion of Dr. Hawley Crippen, the den- Commission to the Alaska tranipor- Hon Is to tuko place.
tatton comnanies. ' I when miowii tho nbovo wireless this
afternoon (lovernor I rear. Secretary
iMott-Smllli who lins charge of tho
election, nnd Attorney Ocnoral Llnd
As soou as tho 'registration boards
are disposed of the next. Important
matter which will engage the atten
tion qf (lovernor l'reur Is the prepara
tion of his annual report for trans
mission, to i Washington,
Frqm now- until the, leport (s, placed
In tho malls Oovonior Frcar will be
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. , . '-i
tist who recently fled from London
with his stenocianher, and was ac
cused of murdering his wife. Belle -nr a rvpj7 TATTTTQ
Elmers, the actress, whose body was lVliiL'IVlZi liilVIlip
found in the cellar or a deserted
house, covered with quicklime.
The prjice of the Continent are
making every endeavor to locate Dr,
Three joung 'men who were ur
lested and charged with dlstuthlng
the ciulei p.f tho night, wore found
guilty W Judge Amlrudo-thU morn
ing, and fined JO each.
r7CT A "V A "ItrCM "11 H'l,(' ,no' ll, provision ol
jLjJ-lXXXrx IV Pll l section twenty llvu was for thu Issu
jimeo of JJie proclamation by the dov
WASHINQTON, D. C, July 21. vruor and thut thero was no provl
President Madriz of the Nicareguant (Continued on Page 3)
Republic has organized a cabinet the , , "". " . T"
members of which, with a single ex-1, c,u .nB' 1C1,1"?W Uoc,tor'
cention, was a follower of President " cl",rKe(1 VUh 8,t;""18 oplura' M
Zelaya. ilieeu remanded till tomorrow for
i m k I trial. His ball was set nt 1200 and
cruion, It whs agreed .that adjourn
ment thould be" taken until this even
ing at 8 oVloeV "
The meeting will continue In'ses
slou until about midnight, us It VIII
take, that length of.tlniu to dlsposo
of all the inatterH to he considered.
"For Balo" cards at Bulletin,,, he was released.
SPOKANE. Wash., July 21. The
forest fires of tlte Northwest are be
yond control and are spreading to all
points. The town of Marble is re
ported burning, and the village of
Nelson is surrounded with fire and
is doomed. The inhabitants are flee
ing. Tho loss u man says tho moro Uo Is
supposed to bo able to say If ho want