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'WSSf T"' 7r"T '"w "swfw I -T BULLETINS-EVIDENCE THAT THE BULLETIN HAS THE LARGEST ISLAND CIRCUtAflON ARE FOUND EVERYWHERE V r ', Evening Bulletin ,) From 8an Franclscoi llnnoliilan Juno 18 For San Franeticoi Kculnndln, Nippon Mum, .June 18 From Vancouveri Makura June It For Vancouveri Zealandla June II If you want (o Impress the pubtlo with the distinctiveness of your goods then distinctiveness must be the doml nant feature of the advertising which represents your concern. v. J 3:30 EDITION Is Pre-eminently the People's Paper ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5264. 22 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912. 22 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. 'it t jr 1) 'S I i TEDDY 1HITS CHICAGO YACHTS STARTING T OMORROW 4 YACHTSJCOALING PLANT IN OCEAN RACE Four yachts will Htnrt tomorrow on their Ioiik rneo across tin) l'nrlllr In two weeks moro or less less, sa tho enthusiasts tlio winner of tlio Brent ist neenn yachting event In the world will poke her nosu nroiind Dlnmond Heail anil point for tlio finishing line I breast tho harbor. Honolulu yachts men liao faith In tho Hawaii, anil lrcely prcillct that sho will be tlio drat jaclit to get tlio finishing Run. Dollnllo Information as to tlio stnrt era in tlio raco ramo this morning by cable lo James Jnegcr, president of tho Hcalnnl Yacht anil lloat Club, who 'jail previously Instructed his friend. Commodore L. T. Ward, of tho Aeo Iran Yacht Club of Alameda, to advlso him of tho certain starters. Tho mos sane, which was received by Mr. Jao Ror this mornlnR, stated that tho Ha wall, Hirllpc, Soa7arer and Natoosc would start tomonow. Under tho new rules of measure ment the Hawaii j?ejs a substantial handicap from tho I.urllne and Sea farcr, and has to she a small nllow ance to tho Naloose, the Canadian on try, formerly tho yawl Olympic, 'lho exact measurements of the outside achts aro not known here, but it has been foiiRhly tlRiired that tho Hawaii will Ret nbout 13 hours from the I.urllne, and probably nbout tho same Irnm tho Seafarer. AlthoiiRh tho lat ter Is a larger acht than tho San DIcro entry, tho I.urllne, bcliiR nn old inner, win prniiauiy nao as long a water lino. Thoro 1h about clRhtetn feet dlffcrcnro between lho Hawaii and tho I.urllne, nnd under tho now measurement rules, an allownnco of thrco quarters of nn hour per rnclim toot Is Riven. At last Captain Stroud of the Hawaii nnd his Rallant crew hnvo been heard from directly. Captain Stroud cabled tor moro money this morning. Another biR navy project has Ik en launched nt Pearl Harbor Yesterday i tho chll ciiRlnccrs completed tho drhliiR of test piles nt tho sllc of tho proposed coallnR plant, and as all tho, icsis inauo navo uccn in ovory way kutlsfactor) , work on tho $100,000 In- ttallatlon will bo stnrted Immediately. A blfi forco of men Is aheady at work laylnR railroad tracks from tho central portion of tho yard In tho situ of tho coal storage plant at tho lower mil of tho reservation. Another lot of workmen hno tackled tho forest of nlgerobns which Rrows right down to the waters edge, which must bo cleared before construction work can be started. "Tho test piles which we hao" put down show that thcro aro no particu lar difficulties to.' contend with In bulldlnR (he coallng'whnrf," said Clrtl Engineer tiayler this mornlnR.. 'wo aro ready to start in now, and tho work will bo pushed as rapidly as pos slblo to completion. Tl.ero aro scleral new features about tho proposed plant which will raal.o it nn Interesting piece of Nnvv jard const. uctlon and whon eomiiletcd wo hopo lo havo tho moat npto-datc plant In tho Nnj." Tho plans nnd spcclilratlnns for tho now plant wero drawn up In tho ofllro of tho Public Works ofllecr boro,' nnd wero npproved in full when sent on to WnshlnRton Tho coal pllo Itseir will bo partially submerged, nnd will eon tain enough fuel to supply tho needs of nnv fleet that might call on its ro sources In tlmo of peneo or war. To facllltato rapid loading thcro will bo cloven elevated tracks carried on rein fojeed concroto trestles, traversing the coal pile, and loromotivo cranes will run on these, hoisting coal ton tho tars, which will then bo run nut onto tho (onlltiK dock, and dumped (Continued on Page 6) "ON THE JOB, THANK YOU!"; (jT CROWDS WELCOME TEDDY V Wild Demonstration As Roose velt Reaches Chicago and Takes Charge California Willing To Bolt LABOR UNIONS MAKE MOVE AGAINST PLANTATION MEN arHk i&jSww&i&swNKHR S ,T7 IkHnriiH 'm&tMmmsmmimmmmmmMmBSm mm . . ,. - BMMBmM&SKHm 'fllllHiK.'dlnillUslBilBIHalHliHIIH fi-;'Mmi rn hwf wnnKFwn t iKsNiBa PHcOPYRICHT.I9l2 BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION jB&liii That tho labor unions on Maul have mado a comparatively secret but bold inula against tho plantations was tho uport brought hack from Maul on tho btenmor Mauna Ken today. According to tho news told by those on tho steamer, tho Maul unions, at lho innvontkm which has been In proRrcss for soma days, passed a res olution declaring that no emplojes of plantations, nn matter In what posi tion, shall bo admitted to membership In tho unions, and further that all plantation employes now belonging to tho organizations must resign. Tho conontlon was hold nt Wallu ku, with delegates from all oor Maul and Hawaii present. Dm Id Hwnllko, tho chief organizer for tho Islands, wns present and ory actlvo, calling lho contention to order and making ninny speeches of advice. Morris Ken hokalolo, ono of lho executive board of lho International Ixiugshoroman'H As soclntlon, and dclegato from Maul In lho recent convent Ion In Tntomn, Wnsh , was named chairman. Tho wngo ipicstlon Is ropnrlcd to hao been I niton up and u commltteo named to look Into tho matter of ask ing for a ralso all around Hwallko and Pnthcui of llllo woio busy men during tho convention Whether tho mnvo against tho planta tions will bo carried out at ouco Is not known Tho reports today woro not confirmed h any delegates. TTflr loves MifwTN - y. -. ( stoo"Tiie HH SKfnio', . Gu,lco( XTa AV 1 1 , llOW'O Voo GtT ( AT MS ARM31 l 6WiYi mh b ' flusr be re j vNMlx )m&i 1 II II bI IK ai,rl kf-jrzmmw wm tfO OVE5 lAnERY IREflD ( njuH Intel I'nus t'lldi ) CHICAGO, III, June 15 Welcomed by enormous crowds that made a wild demonstration over his coming. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Chicago at 3t57 o'clock this afternoon. The crowds jammed the station and the streets through which he passed. He jumped Into an auto and dashed to the Roosevelt headquarters and at once took full charge of the situation. The California delegation caucused today and passed a resolution declar ing that if necessary it will follow Governor Hiram Johnson of California in a bolt. Colonel Harry 8. New, chairmen of the subcommittee on convention ar rangements, found today that bogus convention tickets have been issued and sold. The discovery caused a sensation. En route here from Oyster Bay, Colonel Roosevelt made a statement for publication, saying that he Is coming to Chicago becaute of the "concerted rttempt to rob the people." ' Nothing yet has been done on the Taft platform. f AFT GETS MOST OF DELEGATES FROM TEXAS , (Annoclatrd i'rfss Cable ) CHICAGO, III, June 15 Eight delegates at large and eighteen of the thirty district delegates of Texas, all for Taft, were seated today and two delegates for Roosevelt. No roll-call was taken in many cases. Several times the vote on the committee was unanimous. i m i m q THREE STRIKERS WESTERN GIRL DEAD INN. J, RAPID TRANSIT IS LOSERiLORD-YOUNG CO. Territory Wins Paving Con tention In Supreme Court. Vlctor for tin Tirrltwy unci or tho tit) nnd count) of Honolulu It, unuouiiced todii) In the diclHlon of tlio respondent would hnw been privileged Itn iippuil to tin Hiipn mo Court of the ITiiltul Stiitis mid, iim no iHtlnn iniild be tuki ii pending the decision of the higher court the struts would have ruimliiul uiipavfd for two to live )uir, or tin Uugtli of tlmo tin ui 'hung lln Now tin nppettt can nut In ttiki u 'the Supri tin I'oiirt nucpu the ion Kiiilnn or tin iittnriuy gimril n pre Supreme Court in the ItapliI 'Irunslt muting the Tirrltorj unci the interests paving ruse, mid tho iiltormy g ncriil of tin tlt end tenuity of Honolulu It now Mil) that the cit) anil county ma) holds that tin di Union muitl) linnd either pivo Intuitu tho compiiii) h 'ol down vvhlih was In tho T( rrltors s tracks mid assess the mpinso iiguliiht tho tompiiii) or ma) pi mini to ui forco the 'lirrltorlal law ri quiring the coinpan) to do tho paving I (Hncrul Manager C 11 llallintsni of the Hiiphl Trunslt ciiiupiii) riicntlj declared at u uniting of the Iloiuil of Kupcrvlvors that his ciuiipaii) did tint seek to evade rcsponslblllt) In paving th strip between Its traeks, hut would bn willing to printed at oneo with thn we rk If tho lit) and louuty would Kiiiiruuten It against loss In caso thn JUlt pending should lie die hied ad verse!) to tiu ell) N"w tint the eourt has dtclded nmtlnst thn tninpaii) the latter will not be ih hi) ed b) the mnwxlty of ii giuiriiiilic beeuusc the 'It rrltorlul stat ute, n quiring the traction txuplei to do thu- paving. Is now sustained unit Interpreted churl) mid pluliil) Rapid Transit Motion Denied 'lite Bupreino Court decision, haliel ed duvvn at 11 GO a in toela), denies the motion of AttoAiey I) I. Wllli Ington, counsel for the Itiiptel 'liaiiklt that judgment bo tntirt'd In neiord unco with tho (ourl's ruling some tlmo ago Hud the motion bicu granted, tho (Continued on Pago 7) ( Associated r-rrHJ efaMe. PHILADELPHIA, Pa, June 15. Miss PERTH AMBOY, N. J, June 15. ...... ... -. .... .- -. --. , i-niunutuK riot yesieraay a. ine mer.can omen- M,ry Dr0 th, Cliforn,. UnnIm player, today defeated Miss Eleanor Saare, the Boston heiress and athlctlo girl, for the American women's tennis singles championship. The games went to Miss Brown 6-4, 6-2. TAX APPEALS Aliothil tux appeal has In en set tled mill tin re hv the lerrltor) vlrtu iill) wins IjtlieiO this amount In lug the dllfeiince bitwieii the assessed viilua tion mill the value returned on the propert) 'lirrllorhil Treasurer CoiiKIIng nn noiinieel this morning that T II l)i ves U Co have iigreid to drop nil the appeals that hail been llleel against tho valuations returned h) thu apprais ers on Its lainls on tho island of Ha waii and that It will adept the np piitlsirs' figures lho assessed valua tions, of 'I II I)ivles.v. I'll' property I'vvo building contracts of consider ublo size have been won In tho Inst two huki'srIvo dnys ly tho Uird YeiutiR. Engineering Company. Yesterday the company was low bidder on the two story concroto build ing to ho ereclod nn tho grounds of tho Kiimchamchu School for girls, tho llishop i:stnto calling for the bids. 1 ho bids opened In tho olllcos of Hip. ley K Reynolds wero nB fallows Lord Young llnglneerlnR Co , $10, nun i:u winking dnys l'aelllc r.nglncorniR Co, $20,950, ICO working days I'rcltns . Fernandez, $21,950. Samuel Kvans. 22,975 At noon today bids woro oponcd in lho olllns of Architect II L Kerr feir lho big concrete wnrohouso and olllco bill lellng lo bo erected at Alakca and (linen streets by tho California Feed Co Ltd lho bids wero as rollnws I.onl oung Engineering Co, (2'V 500, inn days l'aelllc Engineering Co , $25,800, Jan liar) 1 Honolulu I'hiulng Mill, ?22,7Hu, no tlmo limit Fiederltk Snuza, known to old tlm crs nil over tho Islands, did yester du at Icahl Homo Ninety llvo ) ears of age, tho husband nf four wives elur lug various stages nf his career and now with only one child living, bo far as Is known, ho died quietly passing uwa after having lived at tho Homo for n )oar. A 700 aero furm In Suffolk, Kugland, Among other accomplishments he iii,nm..ii nail unrkiiel i. irlnuKe.lv livlhlilis those of wlniilni: wives, fiouzn tiiirs(ii ( is I'Hi'o " sr'it iniuiiivu ! ........ .. -.. ,.-....r .-T .... .. rriii.iii.ii i. mini nf iinnriixlimiu iv u.-1 women. Is tho latest development In'was renowned as n chof His cookory 000,000 I feminism. was an art and a science, and In tlio Inn and Refining Works. The rioters have been quelled by the police. HOSPITAL JOB GOES TO LUCAS A Honolulu contractor wins the hlg I'ort Shaft! r hospital Job, according tu news received tenia) h) Captain Frank Edwards, construe ting epiarter master Revised IiIiIh buve been receivcil, shiivvlng thu Honolulu Pinning Mill's blel Ik r.:i .ins and that of I'rlngle. Dunn A Co of Kan I ruliclseo Is '.9,SI0, Jack l.uciiH of thu Honolulu I'hiulng Mill thus being eml) a few hundred dollars lie low the mulnlaiiilers Tho figures on the bids wero riither Involved nnd lifter the bids were opened last Thch- dii) the figures, together with a pro test against the Han l'ranclsco tlrm on the groiinil that It had not iiiniplled with the terms, wero cuhleil to Wash Ington Tho fiirninl iiward to tho locnl (Inn ixpeetcd lo bo mado Monday Tho Hinge nf Fornker. f) . nanicil after Flto enter Henntor Foraker, was ree'entl) threatened with n llro which bndo fair Id destroy tho town olelen dti)s ho often cooked meals for great oeraslnns Ho hail lived In tho Islands for soma sixty )ears, having enmo hero from (Joa, India He was a I'ortiigueso, and lor many yenrs was cook at tho Catho lic mission hern About a )cnr ago lo went In tho Lcahl Homo Tho funeral will take place from tho Cathedral next Moiiitn) afternoon nt .1 110 o'clock 11 Is said that mil) ono wife nf tho four survives him Ho married Ha wnilan women Souzn hud many friends hero, although ho outlived most of those who know him best. The hod) now lies at Thompson's undertaking establishment and will remain thero until tho lour of tho funeral next Monday MARRYING CHEF DIES IN HOME BIH BSSSSSSsPv I r