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From San Franclacot
Wllhelmlmt, Korea July
For San Francisco!
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
A. J. Campbell, ngent of the Tcrrl
torlat Hoard of Immigration, will go
to Kuropu to recruit plantation labor
ers lot tho highest Halarleil iiiun tho Ter
CompbcH'H salary, nccordliiE to au
thorltativu liiforuHitloii, will bu J1O.U00
a year ami IiIh expenses. The hoard
ill Immigration Iuih no far mado no
statement of Ids Mihiry, and Mr. Cump
hell himself ilcellncH to tell Just wlcut
Is thu ndvuntiiKeoiiH change In hlx eon
tract that persuaded him to return to
Ktiropo, hut from un unquestionable
source It haa heeii learned that liu will
go luck with a contract that raises, his
former salary four thousand dollars.
Ilu win reluctant to go even ut this
llgurc, It Ih kuIiI. Tho contract tlocH not
call for u dcllnlto May In Kurupe, and
there Ih said to no no guarunLu that
ho will remain tliero liny cuiislderublo
length of time, ' -
tiuvernor Krear draws down J7000 u
year iih tho chief cxecullvo of thu Ter
lllory. Up to tho present time, ho han
been tliu record-holder,, hut Campbell's
$tu,0(i0 Icuvch nil contenders fur In tho
Tim hoard believes that IiIh uohlovc
iiientH In the pant In tho tmuilgruht-re-
crulllng lino entitle him to tho
REM FOR JURY
Six Weeks of Trial
After bIx weekn of trial Ilia Wal
klkl condemnation enso Ih llnally
icndy for HiihnilsKlon In tho jury, com
plctlui; n sort of leial .Marathon (hut
litis boon luoKrcHBliiK In tho Unlte.l
Ktalen DlBtrlct Cuuit.
Tho (loveiiuuent bruiiRht suit for
I'ondfuiuiilluii on un appraised valu
ation of thu laud for $10,000, and u
technical mill dutorinlui'd legal battle
IniH boon wukpi! by tho cotiinol for
thu Inleieslc'd parllen. Hulled States
District Attorney llieckoiiH Iuih coii
iluvloil IIio cuho for the (loveininent
while tho 111 in of Unimex, Stanley mid
Olsou nppoared for David Nolioloa, the
owner of thu luiul, and Castlo mid
WitliliiKton Tor W. II. C'aRlle, tho Ich
t.eo, Tim pti)crty adjoins Kort Up
ItUEHy mid lina n Bea fronlaKe. Tlicie
mo several bulldliiR on tho property,
the value of the htrKPHt beliiK the
caiiso of niitcli testimony ninl IokuI nr
y.iiinent durliiB tho courso of Ilio trial,
Tho caso Ih expected lo go to the
jury IIiIh iiflernooii.
ALL PASSENGERS ON
I AMHni.nlfil Pi'hkh Cilltle.l
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., July 10. All
of the patienners of the wrecked steam
er Santa Rota have been taved. For
tome time a number remained unac
counted for and were feared lo have
NEW RUSS DREADNOUGHT
(Asiiochilcd 1'ivhh Cable,)
ST. PETERSBURG, Ruatia, July 10,
The Russian dreadnought Poltova
was launched successfully today.
MAIL BY CHALLENGER.
Kpcrlnl arrangeinentH have been made
by tho local postolllcn authorities to
send mall In Australia tomorrow by
tho llilllsh cruiser Challenger. Tho
Challenger will sail at 11 o'clock, and
mall will close at thu postolllcu ut U
For Public Jnh
Property - Owners May Open
Street At Own Expense
l'mpcrty-owners nffccted liy the pro-( enure no provMon wns made for opcn-
poscd extension of Illsliop street from mg illsliop Hircel mid property-owners
Hotel to Herctiudu street are getting "" l,,l" hinvl 'r unwilling to lose
tugelhcr on ii plan that may iik-iiii ih-ll-1 ",,,r '""&' '" .insured that Illsliop
nlto notion on thin Improvement that'"' ' l,u "I'ened. William Welters, n
has llguicd more or less prominently m"v" l"opcrty-owner In this hccIIoii.
for ruvorul yearn. Under tho Man that
Is lion-on, tho property-owners will iih-
hiiiiio tho expeuso of having the street
Tho Ouliii central Improvement com-
nltteo Is Inking tho matter II id Willi"1" I'roperly-ownerM will subscribe tho
do conio pro bono publico work In
hastening tho completion of the plans
mid nn nKrevnient among the property
owners. It Ih nudcrstood also that pri
vate partlcM uro working In harmony
toward the hiiiiio clidjjind further an
nouncement of detalflll soon ho
nude. Tho Imprnv.iijIeBL&uJi'iltlco bus
ho fur taken no nc$frn,iKf.Vlic).V'cnci'nl
Heiithuent of tint meiiitierH Is so strong
ly In favor of the opening of IIIhIioji
Htreet that u move for thin can lio fore
rroperty-ownera hnvo been given ti
understand Hint .Superintendent of
Public Works C'ainphell estimates tho
cost of cutting tho Htreet through lit
niiproxlmntrly JSO.OOO. Ho far, no op
position hah arisen to tho subscribing
of HiIh amount by tho men uffected,
and tho work will probably ho dnun by
prlvato subscription Instead of 'iVrrl
torlal condemnation proVeedhiKH,
Tho closing of Union street, together
with n plan to (like u strip nlT of Hotel
Htreet, tlKiirrd iih tho ciiiiho of a vigor-
oiih liattlo In tho last Legislature,
when n bill relocating Union Htreet ami
narrowing Hotel nearly Kot through thu
Legislature. Tho hill was llnally bent
en, opposition being mado to It lio-
RAPID TRANSIT FRANCHISE
CONGRESS UNTIL DECEMBER
No action will bo tstken coon by tho
llapld Transit Company looking to a
light for extension of Its franchise.
According lo present plans, stale uu
olllccr of tho company, the Itapid
Transit people will not carry their
case) on to Washington during thu
present hcbhIoii of Congress, though
It Is moru than a possibility that they
Will do so In December, when thu
next session begins.
It Ih not believed that any action
could bo secured from CongiesH anil
the president during; the present ses
sion, Congress having Hh mind full
of other matters, notably the tariff,
RAISING FUND TO
A coiumltlcu of thriii has been
named by the Hawaiian Cotton (Irow
crs' Association to raise a fund of $3,-
00(1, of which SlGuo was previously
pledged, to start the light against thu
boll-worm that now threatens the cot
Ion crops of thu Territory. Tho com
mittee consists of J. 10. Hamilton, S.
M. I.owrey uud John A. Johnson, und
already a good Hurl toward the nee
essnry amount has been made.
Today Mr. HainllUpi reported that u
local business mall had set down his
name for J 100 and Is anxious lu sen
Ilio cotton men succeed In their light
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
""" """ '" l"u '"'"" vigorous oppo-
neiitH of the hill. .Mr. WuIUta said thin
morning that ho Ih ready to fall Into
lino with (lie new plant fur thu Illsliop
Htreet extension, and Hint ho helleveH
necessary ruu.is lu put mo jon inrotiiiii,
If this Ih dune, bo will waive all objec
tloni lo the cIohIiii; of Union street,
"I am convinced that If tho super
intendent of public works will draw up
Ills plans for this extension and sub
mit the complete details to thu property-owners,
they will coinu forward
with Ilio Hi;ceHH!iry fuuda Bald Mr,
WiAtirH tod'ay",- 't fcW tluMuTculi
hasten IIiIh Improvement materially."
AHIioukIi tho Union street relocation
hill wiih beaten, thu Legislature lato
lu the seHlou paHsed a reHolutlon uu
tborlzlni; thu Hilperiuleiideut to proceed
with thu opening of llhlioji Htreet, and
be call act under this power.
"I know of no objections to tho clos
Inic of Union Htreet provided wo uruiis
Hiired of Illsliop street." says Mr. Wol
ters. "DrrlHlnn on this should be Imp
elled, as otherwlHo new btilldhiKH will
bo put up iiIoiik Union street and It
will eiit lunch more later on lo close
The Mediterranean fruit fly In up
for dlttrilKHlou at a Joint meeting be
liiK held IIiIh nflernojti by the hoard
of lieallli mid the board of agriculture
reciprocity and Hh iiuinei'ou.s Invest!
gatlcuiH nod iicar-lm estimations of
(iov. Krear pocket vetoed thu Hupld
TratiHlt frunchlHo bills that passed thu
lust legislature, House Hills 231 uud
-Ii:', which would have extended tho
fraiichliii) to July I, lUaO. Itapid
Transit oIllclalH take the view that the
legislature, us representing the poo
plu of the territory, passed thu bills
and thus voiced the favorable senti
ment of the people toward the fran
chise extension, and that a valid
reason exists for carrying thu caso uu
to Washington to receive tho neces
sary approval of Congress.
against IIiIh pest, Indications nru that
the fund will bo raised hi u short time
mill the growers can get busy with
their plans fur sending un expert en
tomologist lu India lu hunt out a para
slti that will prove effective against
Cotton growers uro enlhiiflastle over
thu prospects for crops this year und
next provided Ilio pest can bn elimi
nated or held ilnwn so that Its ravages
will not bu serious. Thu IMU pledged
Is ii guarantee from J. I'. Cooku and
the association now wishes to ralsulhu
, ( ,r .rT,.inrTr . .. -ff
MOURNS DEATH OF
Advertising Is An
TERRITORY'OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1911. -12 PAGES.
PARIS, France, July 10. Twenty-
five thousand building workmen have
struck here for abolition of piecework
and Increased wages.
WASHINGTON. D.c" July 10Th.
House committee on expenditures In
the Interior Department is Investigating
charges that the President was influ
enced In the interest of the Quggen-
helms In regard lo the disposal of the
Controller Bay waterfront. It is de
clared that the Guggenheims and their
financial allies are unlawfully in pos
session of part of this Alaskan land.
(Associated I'ltxa Uiblr.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 10.'
erai aamuel w. uacKus was today
nominated by President Taft as com-
mlssioner of immigration at San Fran-
Cisco to succeed Hart H. North.
PnilHT IllnfJC niCC
AUBURN, N, Y., July 10. Justice
Arthur Hooker of the Supreme Court
of the State of Michigan died suddenly
at the railway station here today.
Justice Hooker Is one of the promi
nent Jurists of tho West, lie was ele-'
voted lo thu supremo bench In Michi
gan In IhM, mid IiIh term would have
expired hi lull.
N. E. A. OPENS ITS
( Associated Pn-sa Cable.)
BERKELEY, Cal., July 10. Govern
or Hiram Johnson today welcomed the
National Education Association at the
opening of it. annual convention, which
took place in the Greek theater of the
University of California. President
Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia
University resigned as trustee.
Illlo Is to have a "Clean-un Dav
nnd neither the U. S. (Iriind Jury nor
Ilio Commissioners of Public Instruc-
tlon will have a hand In Ilio event, II
being reserved exclttsley for the rep
resontntUcH of tho Hoard of Health
with such uKslstaulH as the board may
Thu hiicccrs of "Clean-up Day" In
iii..i u ..,,..i H.i i.m.
tho lesldenlH of Illlo and Ilio olllclals
(if tho health department bcllovo that
I lira iiinrtli in if ul tl'lll In ti fni ttnl illi-IIOil
., ""'" ",,,'. ,, , ,,
accumulated rnhhlsh In Uiu melroills
of the Dig Island.
Chief Sanllary Olllcer Ilowmiiu of
Hawaii, who has been lu Honolulu
.It,..!...- .1... ....of wnnlf t,l,ll Ilw. lw.,.111.
co S w behuTn 1 o,m
Ill" money uTloledr Ilu" new bleu-
nlnl period stales that ho Is In favor
of tho plun'aud believes Hint the clean
,,n i, ,.nii,i.. .....in.-
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The McQiinld divorce trial was re-
Mimed before Judge ltoblnson this
morning. Attorney Coke for William
McQuald' heglnnliiK thu presentation
of evidence In Mcfjuuld's cross com-
plaint fur dliorce, lu which it number
of linnroner nclH uro alleged ui'iilnut
Investment With; Sure Returns
... I?!":.'1.1)1 .""''' Wln-linO
WAILUKU, Maul, July 10.-Business
ni sioppea ana me enure community
will unite in doing honor to the Hon,
H. P. Baldwin. The championship bas-1.
ketball game between the Kallhl girls'
1.. U.-.I..I.. ..! L. -..! -1.1.
. . , , . , i ...
has been postponed. The funeral will
Uk' "'" "m M'"hl l 2 '
The entlro Territory Ii mourning lii.ri. chwed Ihelr doors ul noon today
day the diiith of the lion. II. 1'. Il.ild-
wlll. wlileli oeenrr.Ml luat H.ili,r,l,.e
night at his home on Maul. This nft-wAM "haply paHse.1 around,
eruouii tho funeral Ih Inking place, and Trustees of the Chamber of Com
prominent men from all over the Ter- merco uud directors of thu Merchants'
rllory are assembled about Hie irrnvu Association decided upon a general
of one of Hawaii's foremost citizens. I closing at 2 o'clock, uud practically nil
The Manna Ken, flagship of the of the local shops and business bouses
Inter-lHlaud Heel, left last night on n closed at the appointed hour
special trip to Kahulul to carry thoso Alexander ,V Baldwin's oltlces were
who wished to attend the funeral. (!uv- closed all day today, and upon thu
crnor Walter V. Krcnr, Secretary V.. A. knob of ouch door hung great Iiuwh of
Mott-Smllh and several other Terrlln-
r., ullleliilH are prenent at the funeral
services today. Tim Blithering at thu
home mid later nt the grave Includes H.
m. Damon. 1). 1'. It. Inenberir. n 1
t Wilder, V. (', Jones, A. Lewis Jr., C. II,
'therton. W. It. Castle. J. II. Cnstle, T.
'w lUvles. W. ITotenhauer. J. A.
Kennedy, Illsliop Iteslarlck, Jiulge V.
M. Hutch. Cecil Drown. John Oulld, II.
I'' Dillingham and many other business
men, while most of the living relatives
DREDGING COMPANY MAY BE
HELD LIABLE FORDAMAGE
TO QUARANTINE LAUNCH
...,. . ,
'n'u S""'1""-'1 American Dredgl..B A merry party of young peopl,, ,. re
''"'":"'. "I.lch ' '".' of I .' enjoy log a ride about tho harbor l.u
WOl K Ul lieeiieiiuiK uiu e.wu vim ui mu
haihor, may be held responsible fur thu
d.uuagu lo tho Federal (uuruntlnu Moses T. ('legg, Wilcox ami 1-iurence
l.iuncli Oahti, which met with disaster Juild. Thu young IiiiIIuh. Included eleven
on .Sunday iiflernooii by running Into girls of I'hL Kappa (lamina sorority, of
two submerged piles, sunk lu that sec-j California UnlviirHlty, and Included
Hun of the harbor uud used by tho Miss CihhIIiik, Miss Margaret linnet
dredger iih a mooring. I tine, .Miss IMIIh Harmon, Miss Anita
Dr. Carl Itainus bas decided to take Hbner, Miss Ia-IIii McKlbbou, Miss
Hie matter up with tho Federal author- Anita I'nllln, Miss Helen llaiiuon, Miss
Hies. It Is understood that the Ter
ritory of Hawaii has no Jurisdiction
over tho section of the harbor where
thu accident occurred. Tho claim Ih
inudu that the dredging company under
the law Is obliged lo mark the locution
of Iih mooring piles by signals or
buoys. The contention Is raised that
nl the time of the collision (here was
limbing lo Indicate the presence of u
designation f postal savings
banks lu the Territory of lliiwull Is
expictid by lot lector Frank J, Hare,
.. .. ... . a ..a.
r"r "'" ' "'"
him lu immphlet form the completu lu
struillons us to III.) conduct nnd uperu
lions uf such Institutions.
, number of postal savings banks
w'" U' M,w"1 U" H,,H "
llllnliH' '" ,,,U l'''"l". i,r' "ro
W "1!lt """ W1,h "ev,r "tclll- dm-
Ignated us one of the locations for tho
... . .,
I",,,,, ""'"" """ """ "'" """"""'""".Hive Information us to olllces ...id post -
ili.il II ln.,1 In, .,,. t.t....,il Intu linon it . ..,,.. .
that It had been named has l.een a'
long-continued ml duke. Tho act pro- JWarhlngtou and the department should
vlded that thu system should bu estab- be ready lo net i-oon.
"hed by tlm locutlnn of fifty poslul Kli-ewhere Ilio system Ih proving a
huukx In secoiid-clab olllces of tliu.Kre.it success, and up to Juno 22 eight
Htalea und Territories. Ah Illlo Is tlio'huni.rcd nlllces had been designated ns
""'' second-class olllce lu this Tern- postal savings depositories. Tim last
lor.v'' " w"8 upparentlj assumed that flfty will begin operation next Satur-
Illlo hud been designated, when, de -
H. P. BALDWIN
t of the deceased are iiIho at .Mulilhbi
The death of the Hon. II 1' Dubinin
!", . ,
Iuih been received all over the Terrl-
deepest sorrow, uud llono-
"" """ " """eiuii, MiituiiiMiK .lie
I.. I.. ....I.... I.. !..!.. II -..I.... ,1...
end of one of thu Territory a most ills
It. inks and tho sugar bouses, hh well
as trust companies uud many business
""l "' respect lo his memory. .No for-
mal uctloll WIIH llet'eswiry. The Hurd
crepe, with u curd above them bearing
the notice. "(Mosul on uccount of the
death of Mr. 11. P. llaldwlu."
Thu llcpuhllciiti Territorial executive
committee will hold u meeting tomor
low to pui-H resolutions of respect, Mr.
1 In Id win was a stanch llepuhlleun and
chairman of the Maul county commit
tee, The vice-chairman, II. A. llald
wlu, Ids son, will piohulily till the posl-
Hut men nil over tho Territory,
(Continued on Page 3)
miiiicii ut iiiu .nut-. j nrj ,i.iu .,"
guests of Dr. Carl Unions and Messrs.
Marjorle Mitchell mid Misses Margaret
and Kllzahclh Witter.
Have being a hit frightened and re
ceiving a slight wetting, the parly was
uninjured uud was taken off the sunk
en launch by tho Matson .Navigation
tug Intrepid. Captain Hydu noted the
predicament of the launch and Hh pas
sciigers uud lust no tluiu In hastening
to (he scene. No blame Ih attached by
(Continued on Page 5)
BANKS HERE SOON
. ..,,.. . , , .
clans Mr Hi.ro. It. was never picked
"" "t all
Recently the department Ih establish-
i lug postal banks at tho rate of about
..Ifty a week, and many locations uro
being named In this division, which In
cludes Hawaii, California uud Nevnua.
The postal liaiikH lire designed to buj
self sustaining, and Mr. Hare In of thu
a I... ., I ..' t...
."I'llltOH lll.ll III- I'Siaeilsiinieii. ... ..."
'"" " "' T,rr.t.Wy bus been de -
hiyed partly becnuse the government
wished to give the system n try-out
I"" extending It lo olllces where It
might not be self-supporting. Hxten -
.,.,.. ... iinwi,i i,,,. i,..r Hent lo
II lakes all the public lo make up
public opinion! and that l the and In
view by Honolulu merchant!) and the
whole public can be reached better by
BULLETIN advertiaing than by any
other medium of publicity.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
MAYORS VETO OF
Declares Ordinance Shearing
Him of Power Makes No
NOT BEING CARRIED OUT
Chief Executive of Cily Sends
Message lo Supervisors and
Surprises Them by Presence
Mayor .1. .1. Kern did not go to Maul
lo attend Die funeral over the re
mains of II. I'. llaldwlu today.
Ills Honor had called u Bieclal
meeting of tho City and County Hoard
of Supervisors on last Saturday, tho
gathering to convene at noon today.
A full representation of the City fath
ers were present. .Mnjor Kern re
turned ordinance No, 33 relating to tho
construction nnd lunlntenanco of
roads uud public highways, with his
When Ibis ineaHiire becomes a law,
as II probably will by lis ptnsago over
the head of the Mayor, Kern will find
himself shorn of a large isjrcentago
of IiIh prerogatives.
In his veto delivered at noon to
day, .Mayor Kern said:
"I herewith return to you, without
my approval Hill No. 33, an ordluanco
relating to the construction, repair,
and maintenance of public streets,
highways, roads, ulleys, trails, side
walks, bridges, nnd public places In
the City und County of Honolulu, and
do hereby speelllrully disapprove saniu'.
for the following reasons:
Klrst It Is a fraud against the tax
payers ami voters of the city and
County of Honolulu, as well as tho
Legislature nnd Uio Chief Kxocullro
of the Territory of Hawaii. In lliat
It does not carry out Ilio representa
tions, which 1 am reliably Informed,
were made lo Ilio Legislature of tho
(Continued on Page 2)
Senator Kulrchlld stated this morn-
lug that bo has been most liberally mis-
Miioteil und misrepresented In the story
uibllslieil by tho morning paper re
garding tho nttltiide of Delegate Kiihlo.
"Delcgato Kiihlo told me," said Sen-
alor Kulrchlld, "during Ilio session of
the Legislature that he did not Want
thu tioveruorshlp. I hnvo mudo this
statement repeatedly and have never
had un occasion to doubt the good faith
of tho Delegate It was tho Delegate
himself who wiih most positive In bead
ing off a resolution that could have
been put through the Legislature en
doralng him for tho Governorship."
Temperatures. fi u. m., 7;
75; 111 a. in.. 78: noon, Ti):
8 a. m.,
llurumclcr, 8 a, m., 30.07; absolute
humidity. 8 a. III., li.023 grains per
l.ln r,u,. . -,,l.,.l,... ., ...
. im.iv. (.i, i.'i.iii.u II II IIIIH I IJ, A U, 111,,
,71 ,ercont; dew , ln. 8 a. ,, .
Wlml.-C u. in., velocity It, directum
NK; 8 a. in., voloclly 12, dliectiou NH:
10 a. til., ydoclly a. dlrecllon B; noon
. veloclly 10, direction NB.
' llalnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
... I ..
III., I llltll.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended ut noon, 255 miles,
SAN KltANCISCO. Cal., July 10.
Heels: ax analvsls. Us. lOd.: narltv.
1.50c. Previous quotation, lis. 8d'. "Ci!S
aVtt. uiiJiM7uiAiik-it(W ut-
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fca ( kl'' 'ti. WE3