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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TERRITORY MOURNS DEATH OF H. P. BALDWIN
I ngjWMSLiJL .. ., SLuELJiMBf ,,'W
A. J Campbell, ugcnt of llio Terri
torial Hoard of Immigration, will go
to Huropo to recruit 'plantation labor
i rsaa the highest salaried man IhuTcr
C ( rllnry has.
Campbell's Kiilnry, uccoriiing to ou-
thorltatlvu Information, will bo J 10,000
ii star nml lila expenses. Tho boaril
of liniiilcriitlou Iiiih so fur nmilo no
statement of hla balury. and Mr. Ctinip
hell himself declines to tell Just what
lit tho advantageous chungo In his con
tract that persuaded lilm to return to
Kurnpe, but from un unquestionable
murco It ll.m been learned that lio will
" I nelt with it contract that raises his
orn.er salary four thousand dollnrs.
Ho was reluctant to go even at this
llgure, It la said. Tliu contract docs not
cull for u ilellnltu atoy In Kurope, and
thera la aithl to ho no guurantio that
be will remain llicro uny considerable
length of tlmo.
Oovoriior rrrnr drnwa down J7000 a
year as tho' chief cxccutlvo of tho Ter
ritory. Up to tho present time, ho has
been tho record-holder, but Campbell'a
1 0,000 leaves all contenders far In tho
Tho hoard believes that hla achieve
ments In the pant In tho Immigrant-re
cruiting line entlllo him to tho bis
READY FOR JURY
ix Weeks of Trial
After six weeks of trial tho Wat
klkl condemnation case Ib finally
iciely for submission tn tho Jury, com-
lifting a sort of legal Marathon that
liaa been progressing', in tho UnltcJ
Stales District Court.,
Tho Government brought suit for
condemnation on an appraised vain
atliin of the land for $10,000, and a
technical nml determined legal baltlo
has been waged by tho counsel for
Ilia Interested parties. United Statos
District Attorney llreckons bus con
dueled tho case for tho (lovoriinient
while tho fit tn of Holmes, Stanley and
Olson appearoil for David Noholoa, the
owner of tho land, mid Castlo anil
Wlthlnglnii for V. II. Castle, tho les
see. Tho properly adjoins Kort li
Hussy ami has a sen fi outage. Theio
nro sovcral building on tno property,
tho valuo or Iho largest being tho
caiiso of nmch tcsllniony and legal ar
gument during tho course of Iho trial.
Tho caso Is expected to go to thn
Tlmy this afternoon,
MAIL BY CHALLENGER.
Speelal arrangements have been made
by the local poslolllco uulhoritlea to
send iiuill lo Australia tomorrow by
thn llrltlsh cruiser Challenger. Tho
Ch.illtnger will sail lit 11 o'clock, and
mall will close at tho postolllto ut
Waller Peck, IK jours or ago, was
Jecldentally shot and killed by Charles
Petk. bis elder brother.
Tlio bonbon has p.isie.l Into tho "ills
caul," according to leading confection
tis of tlio country
Conditions In Nicaragua aro at a se
rious htiiRo and rumors of tlllbusterlng
expeditions against tlio government
havo caused alarm
Announcement Is miido by u member
of thu trustees nf Princeton unlver
' ally that Mrs, Itussell Huge bns ndded
to her previous gift of 3PS,000 tlios.um
For Public Job
Property - Owners May Open
Street At Own Expense
Pi npcrty .owners affected by tho pro
poned extension of HMiop street friini
Hotel to HerelanU street nro getting
toBcther nn a plan that may menu dell-
nlto action on this Improvement that
baa llgurrd nioro or leia proiuliiently
for several years Under tho plan that
la now on, tho property-owmra wlllns
siimo the oxpenso of having thu street
The Ouliti central lmiroeiuent com-
mltteo la Inking tho matter up ami will
do soiiio pro bono publico work In
t....tn..i.. ii,.. ...,,i,i,.tin.i .,r iiw, mans
nnd an agreement among tho property
owners. It Is understood also that prl
Mito parties aro working in harmony
toward tho same cud, and further an
nouncement of il tails will soon bo
llllllllll'lll' ,1 V i'I ... ,I,,r ..... r.'"i ..-j,
made. The Improvement iiMiimlttco ha
so fur taken no aitlon, hut tho general
sentiment of the members Is so strong
ly .In favor of the opening of Ill-Imp
street Hint it movo for this can bo fore
Propcrtj'-ow tiers hao been given to
understand that Superintendent of
Public Works Campbell estimates tho
cost of cutting tho street through nt
approximately JSfl.noO. 80 far. nn op
position has arisen to tile subscribing
of this amount by tho men affected,
and the work will probably be done by
prhale subscription Instead of Terri
torial condemnation proceedings.
The closing of Union street, togetlter
with a plan In take 11 strip oft of Hold
street, figurrd as tho cause of a vigor
ous battle In the last Legislature,
when a bill relocating Union stieet inul
narrowing Hotel nearly got through the
Legislature Tho bill was dually heat
en, opposition being made to It bo-
RAPID TRANSIT FRANCHISE
CONGRESS UNTIL DECEMBER
No net Ion will he taken soon by thu
Knpld Transit Company looking to a
light for extension of Its franchise.
According to present plans, states an
nlllccr of tho company, thn Itaplil
Transit pcoplo will not carry their
enso on to Washington .luring Iho
present session of Congiess, though
it Is morn than n possibility that they
will do so In Doccnibcr, when tho
next session begins.
It Is not believed that uny action
could ho secured from Congrcsu anil
thn president during tho iiiesont ses
sion, Congress having Its ml ml full
of other mattors, notably thn tariff,
RAISING FUND TO
A cominllteu of threo has been agiilr.st this pest. Indications nro that
named by the Hawaiian Cotton Clow- the fund will bo raised In H short time
ers' Association to raise u fund of $3,- nud tho croweiH tun get busy with
000, of which JI500 was previously their plans for sending an expert en
pledged, to start Ibo light against tho tomologlst to India to bunt out a para-
boll-worm tliut now threatens tho cot-
ton crops of the Territory Tho com-
mltteo consists or J. K Hamilton. S.
M. Lowrey and John A. Johnson, inul
already u good start toward tho nee-
essary amount has been made.
Today .Mr. Hamilton reported that a
local business mall had set ilnnn Ills
name for f 100 and Is anxious to see
tho cotton men succeed In their light
cuuo no pmvlsion was made for open
lug Hlshop sheet and property-owners
on Union slrttt were unwilling to lose
theh frontiiKo until assured that Hlshop
would ho opened William Woltcrs, u
heavy property-owner In this section,
was olio of tho must vigorous oppo
nents of the hill. Mr. Woltirs said this
morning that ho Is ready to fall Into
lino with tho new plans for tho HMiop
street extension, and that ho believes
the property-ownetK will subscribe thn
necessary uims ... put tno jo.i uiroumi.
If tl'l I" '". o will 'vo all objee-
thins to tho closing of Union street.
"I iiiii rumliiccil that If tho super
intendent of public works will draw up
bis plans for this extension itud sub
mit tho complete details to tho prop
,',ttll1', " '' c0,'" forward
wllli tho necessary funds," said Mr.
Woltcrs today. "I feel Hint he can
hasten tbl Improvement materially."
Although tho Union street rolouitloii
hill was beaten, the Legislaturo Into
In tho session passed a resolution nu
thorMng the superintendent to proceed
with tho opening of lllslmp street, and
he 1 all nit iiuiler this power.
"I know of no objections to tho clos
lug of Union sbAet provided wo nrons
sured of lllslmp Ml eel," says Mr Wol
ters. "Decision on this should be h.ist-
cuiil, an otherwise new buildings will
be put up along Union sliootjuid It
will cost much more later on to close
The .Mediterranean fruit fly la up
for illFriiFRlon nt 11 Joint Hireling he
lug hold thin nflprnmn by the hoar I
of health ami tho boanl of agriculture
recipioclty and Its numerous Investi
gations and iiciir-liiVPstlgatloiiH of
(lov. Prc.ir pocket vctoctl thn llapid
Transit franchlso hills that passed tho
last legislature, Homo Hills 1?, and
I'll", which would havu extended Iho
franchise tn July 1, I'J.'O. llapid
Transit olllrlals tnko tho view that tho
legislature, us representing tho peo
ple of tho territory, passed tho hills
nml thus voiced thn favoiahlo senti
ment of tho pcoplo towaid tho fran
clilso extension, and that h valid
reason exists for carrying tho caso on
to Washington to rctelvo tho neces
sary approval of Congress.
slti that will prove effective against
Cotton growers lire enthusiastic over
tho prospects for crops this j-ear and
next provided tho pest can bo elhnl-
nateil or held down so that Its ravages
will not be serious. The f 1 500 pledged
Is a guiiranteo from J P. Cooko and
the association now wishes to raise the
PAH IS, Tranco, Jul 10. Twenty
five thousand building workmen have
struck here (or abolition of piecework
and increased wages.
f AaattrlHlril Press t-iililp V
WASHINGTON, D. C July 10. Gen
eral Samuel W. Backus was today
nominated by President Taft as com
missioner of Immigration at San Fran
cisco to succeed Hart H. North,
COURT JUDGE DIES
t AftRocUtet I'nwi CiMc )
AUBURN, N. Y July 10. Justice
A.tl,.., uL., il,.ir.,. r..,.'
ih S.. of Mlchlafn H..H .uHrf.nl-
at th. railway st.tlonh,re today. 'IhpI.iI trip ... Kuhuhil lo carry thoso
' - ' ul, t,ll..l 1,, nlli.n.l llm r.ioiml C.v.
Justlco Hooker Is ol of ,0 pronil-
ii-nt Jurists of the Weil Ho was cle
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vace.i 111 inu siirc me jm in 11 m iiciu-
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& ( Assis'tattd Press C.tlde )
BERKELEY, Cat., July 10 Govern
or Hiram Johnson today welcomed tho
National Education Association at tho
opening of its annual convention, which
took place in the Greek theater of the
University of California. President
Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia
University resigned as trustee
ALL PASSENGERS ON
SANTA ROSA SAVED
SAN FRANCISCO. Cat JulA.'O. All
of tho passengers of the wrecked steam I
cr Santa Rosa have been savod. For.
some time a number remained unac I
counted for and were feared to have
NEW RUSS DREADNAUGHT
A.Ann..l r .... M.I.I. t
ST. PCTERGDURG, Russia, July 10.
Tim Ruolan rlrudnounht Pnllnu.
was launched successfully today.
llllti is to havo a "Clean-up Dij"
mid neither tho U. S. (irnnd Jury nor
tho Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion will havo a hand In Iho event, It
being reserved exclusively for Iho top-
rcsoutntlvcs of Iho Hoard of Health
designate "'" " '" '""'"'" "'"y,
The success of -Clean-up Day" In
IM'lMMMll! wim ni pnilMMIIirtMl 111.11 ll'IIJl
,. Ilia ... . , , , , ,
Iho lesldenls of Illlo and tho olllrlals
. ,u ........ .,... ....... .M....II...
11.0 iiiii. ii giiiiii win no nt c.imiiliautii
by a similar attempt tn rcmovn tlio
accumulated rubbish In Iho mctrniKills
of tho Dig Island.
vim. .unitary wui.tr i.owmnn it
Hawaii, who has been , n Honolulu
.luring tho past week v hllo iho henlll,
campaign was bo ig mapped out and
.1 ..... .. ..
tho money a lo e,l ,,r Ilia now blen-
iilal per od, stales that ho Is n favor
,,, , rt ,, .v n. ..
..1 inu iMi.n 1. TOe.ii.ira.i.ii1ll u M, ,,(( ,,,, , hus l.een a
up 01 11110 can 110 pioutitoiy uuuur
n.ivl.i since... ,1 ..n.lulun.l ,. hioknii
leg Satllltlliy caused by thu hnibo lio
was rltllng falling helweoii to wag-
una which weie missing Tlio nccldent
occurred in fmnt of the Mint Saloon
011 Nuunnu uvenuc.
(Rprlil lliilletlti Wlirlrss) 1
WAILUKU, Maul, July 10. Business
ha. stopped and the enllra community
will unite in doing honor to th. Hon.
H, P. Baldwin. The championship b...
ketball omo b.tween the Kallhl girls'
team of Honolulu and tho Maul girls
ha, been postponed. Tho funera will
take place from Malubia at 2 o clock
The entire Territory Is mourning to.
iln the .hiith or the Hon. II P -laid-
win. vvhl.h occurre.1 last H.itur.h.y
night at his home 011 Maul This aft-
ernoiin the ruiierat Is taking place, anil
tirouilmut men from nil over Hie Ter-
rltoiy lire nsseiiibh d about tho grave
or ore of Hawaii's foremost eltlrens
m a .1 1.1.. . I. ..
'no .xiniinn ivea, iiiikiiii. 01 1
Inter-lsli.i..l Meet, left last night 01. 11
nnr Walter I' IVr. Secretary i: A.
......... . 1 .. . at it
."" - 11"1 "" "n m"rr ,crr
'rial otllclalH tiro present lit tho runera
services today The gathering at thn
home and later at the gruvo tin hides H
s. a. ,. ,1 ( , ...... rt
.VI IIIIIIOII, I" l ISI'lllMTK, VI
Wilder, P. Jones, A Lewis Jr. (' II.
Atberton, W It faslle, J. II fnstle, T.
Ullvn rnvIosT'W'-protoiihnuor. J A.
iKruueilv, lllslmp Keslurlck. Judgn I",
M Hatch. IVcll llrown, John flulld, I win, his son, will i.mlaihly llll tlio posl
I' Dilllughaiii and malij other business Hon Hut men all over tho Territory,
men, while most of tho living relatlreH (Continued on Pago 3)
DREDGING COMPANY MAY BE
HELD LIABLE FORDAMAGE
The Standard American Dredging!
Company, which lias charge of the
work of deepening the llwa end of the
harbor, may be held retponslhlo for tho
damage lo the I'ederal tniariintlno
. .-. ..I..I .. 11. ..ln..u.At
I1H1II1CI1 C.MIII1. WHICH HOC Will. ,uwn,,-.
on Hunday arternoon by running Into
two submerged idles, suiilc III that see-
Hon of tho harbor and usett liy tlio
tlieilcer as a mooring. I
Dr t'nrl Ramus has decided to tako
the matter up with the Tetleral author-
Hies It Is understood that the Ter-
rllory of Hawaii has no Jurisdiction
over the n-cllon of the harbor where
the incident ociurrtd Tlio tlalm Is
made Hint the ill edging company under
the law' Is obllgfil to mark the location
of Its mooring piles by signals or
biiojs, Tho contention Is raised that
nt tho time of tho collision there! was
mailing to Indicate the present o of a
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..-- I" 'ho Territory f Hawaii -
I'XI.H'HM liy M"F " ,,",,!l.. ..u...l 1....1 u ..I tl... min isf i.l 1
. , .tm Depirtimnl has sent
u ,M ,,,,,,,,,,,,0, fllll thn coinpletflln-
lions or siuli liistltutloiia
i A number of postal savings bmks
,,, ,, .,.,, r,1P lh,s T.rrlto.y, ho ,, , ,, Trrr,or. ,Mlf, ,,-, n tie-
Jr ,.,, ,, ,, , Km,.rlmion,
ru' ,",,l """ "" "l'r "' '" ...... .1 , 1,
. . , ... 1......11....U r,.r iii.beroro extending It to olllces vvhere It
Inn. I one of Iho bu-.tlous for ",
,,, ,,ks. .....I that tho nssumptlon Bvn nrornillin , , nlllu.H ,, ,,.
long.iontlnued inlitake Tho act pro -
vl.led that the system should bo c-stah-
Hslieil by the location of llfty postal
"""" ' secon.l-tiass oiuces t ciiojgre.u success, nii.i up to done a eisui
81'ea nml Territories As llllo Is the hundred olllces bad been designated as
""1 second-class olllco In this Tern- postal savings depositories The Inst
I'"-."'. It upparcntlj nssumetl that
llllo had been designated, when, do
of the deceased arc nl n at Mnliihi.i, the
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mM , r(,i.i,U(, mor , .,.,,.
i( Ml (Ui),pral wimm ,, .
uu (ni( f) ,lm)l,ulllll). lll()UrM11(: ,hp
( ()1 ()f (iii pf , T(rrnry. lmlsl ,.
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,,....1 . .....I ,1... u.,.,.H l,,.,...u i.u ,trll
iis trust toinpaiiles and many business
""na. dosed their doors at noon today
"' "f nia.i to ids meinorj. Nn for-
,"l ',ln "" ""'"""J. The word
"" hI'I,i' I"1""'1 """'
Trustees of the t'liiiinbir or rom-
inert n and din tors or tho .Merchants'
Awn latlmi ilecblnl iihiii a general
closing at 2 111 lock, inul practically all
-. II... I...1.. t ulim.u (i.l lillutlwiilil llflMMttll
" i-" .... ..-
closed at the up) ited hour
Alexaud.r .x- Hal.lwlns ...llees wero
e osrd nil d.iv today, ami Upon tho
knob of e.,.1, door bung great bows of
........ i.lal. .. .... I.ixn Miiiki I inn fill IT
"" " ' ", ' , ,
the iioths-. "('losed on account of tho
death of Mr II. P. Il.ihlwlii
Tho Itrpubllenn Territorial executive
............. I.l l.i.l.I .,nj fit.,- fM,flF
H'llllllll""- ,, ,im, t.... .w ,
row to pa-s resolutions or respect Mr
H.iblwln was u sticm.li Itepiibllcnn and
Vfialrman of Ibo Maul county comnilt-
tee, The vlie-ihiilrman, II A Haiti-
A merry party of joung people wire
enjoying a rldo about tho harbor 111 the
launch at the time They were Hie
guests of Dr Carl llainita and Messrs
Moses T Clegg. Wilcox and Uiureno;
t. ..I.l nlin . ........ tit.llnu Ixnllt.l.l oil. IP. I
.,,. , ,- jo.,,.,, ....... n ......... ....... ..
girls of l'hl Kappa tlainni.i Mirorlly, of
California Unlvi rally, and lnt.lu.led
Jitss (iooiiiug, Jliss Miirgarei niicei
line. Miss IMitli Harmon. Miss Anita
Hbner, Miss I-lla McKlbbon, Miss
Anita Crellln, Miss Helen H.innou. Miss
Marjorle Mitchell and Mlssea Margaret
and Hllzabetli Wltlir.
Kavo being n bit frightened and re
iclvlng a slight welting, the piitv was
uninjured and was tnken off tho sunk
en launch by tlio Mntson Navigation
tug Intrepid Captain llvdn noted the
predicament of thn launch and lis pas
sengers and lost no lime In hastening
to tho seem No blamo Is iiltacheil by
(Continued on Page 5)
.hues Mr l.aic. It was never pltke.l
"Iliy , , , ,..,..
' I (lis, iMnini iruiinr. in vii'' - . -
Mf,y loki ,, n1ny ,1H.,ltlini, ,
beim, named In lids division, vvbkli In
The postal banks are designed tn bo
self sustaining, and Mr Hare Is of thn
1 ....t....... !.,,( II... ,.ut l.llul,,.t, tl nt Hi,,
, ,rif I I...II. ..111. ,. ,", ( .', ", I I ... II. '. .....
Hawaii has been sent to
1 Wiohlngton and the department should
ho rend) to act toon
Hl.ewhert. tho sjstem Is proving n
fifty will begin operation next Hatur
MAYORS VETO OF
Declares Ordinance Shearing
Him of Power Makes No
NOT BEING CARRIED OUT
Chief Executive of City Sends
Message to Supervisors and
Surprises Them by Presence
Mavor J .1. Pern did n"l go lo Maul
lo attend tho funeral over tho, re
mains of II I'. Ilahlwlii lodny.
Ills Honor had called n special
meeting of the City nud County Hoard
of Supervisors on last Saturday, tho
gathering to convene at noon today.
A full representation of tho city fath
ers were present. Major Kern re
turned ordinance No. 3.1 relating to tho
construction and maintenance of
roads mid public lilghwajs, with his
When this measure heennfes a law,
as It probably will by Its passage over
Iho head MliH-Maor, Kern will find
himself shorn of n Inrgo 'percentage
or Ills iicrogntlvcs.
In his veto delivered nt noon to
day. Major 1'crii said:
"I herewith icturn to J mi, without
my appioval IIIII No. 33, nn ordlnanco
relating lo tlio construction, repair,
and iiiaiiileuauru of public streets,
lilghwajs, roads, alleys, trails, side
walks, bridges, and public places In
Iho City and Coiinly or Honolulu, and
do hereby spcrlllrallyllsaiprovo sanio
for tho following reasons:
llrsl It Is a fraud against the tat
p.ijors and voters of the City and
County of Honolulu, as well as tho
Legislature and tho Chief Kxecutlvn
of the Torrllnrv of Hawaii, in tint
It does not carry out Iho representa
tions, which I inn reliably Informed,
wero made to tlio Legislature of tho
(Continued on Page 2)
Senator Pnlrchll.l stated this morn
ing that he lias been most liberally nils
ipioteil and misrepresented In tho story
iiibllsbed bj Ibo morning paper re
garding the attitude or Delegate Kuhlo
'Delegate Kuhlo told me," said Sen
ator I'aircbll.l "during the session of
tho l.eglslautre that he did not want
thn tioveriiorshlp. I have made this
statement rrp.atcdly and havo never
had an occasion to doubt the gtio.l faith
of tho Delegate It was the Dflegato
himself who was most posltlvo In head
ing off a resolution that ctmld have
been put through tbo Legislature en
dorsing lil in for tlio Oovernorshlp,"
Ti'bipornliircs r, a. in, 74; 8 a, ni.
"!; 10 a 111. 78; noon, 79; morning
Barometer, 8 h in, 30 07; nu3oluto
humidity, h a tn , !.0:.1 grains per
cubic loot; iclntlve hiiiuldltj, 8 a, m,
71 per rent; .low 1 nlnl 8 11. in,, fill.
Wind fi n. 111, velocity tl, direction
Nil, 8 a in, velocity 12, direction NK;
It) 11. 111, velocity 9, direction K, noon
velocity lit, direction NH.
1 till II till 1 during 21 hours ended 8 n
111, 1 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 255 miles.
KAN PUANC1SCO, Cal . July 10
- j Heels
US anal) sis, lis. 10d.;
Previous quotation, lis.
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