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i ! - VA. O But r e iV fc v V ' From San Frunclicoi Sonoma, Nile Jthic For San Franeltcol Tcnyo Mum '. . .June From Vancouver! Xcnluridla July For Vancouver! Murnina .July ESTABLISHED 1882. flo. STOP PEARL BRYAN GOVT. MAP APPEAL Federal Building Site Verdict Generally Believed to Favor Property-Owners $ $ $ - j ..$ & f i j s j' ? , AWARDS TODAY. Austin Kstnto $4C,IH.!I2 Ciiiiiiiilim Kstate s.rifio.no Hunk or iiiiwiiii s,7:i'j.co C. M. Cooke. Mil 1,153.00 Hawaiian Trust Co. . . . 3,7S2.'.'4 71,G7'J.t2 Damages li Hawaiian Trust Co GOO.OO Tolnl estimates of exports for owners Praliy 172,000; Held, ford, IW.OOO. Tolnl estimate of govern ment, or assessed valuation Approximately . 35,ono. Totul award In llrst Mahukit site case J13G.000. Total awards In the two cases $206,6711.82. Total appropriation for Fed eral Hlte 1350.000. Amount reinuHiIng after llrst two sets of awards are paid 1143,320.1$. -., ,s. t .;.,$, j .s, j s s j .J $$. 3 Victory for tlio properly holders was l.iMH.inlly conceded thin morning wlicn lie lcrdlcl of tlio Juty In tlio peunnil Miliukn slto condemnation caso waa lead In court by II. S. District .1 '. c Doin, granting n t'lfil of J7:.G7!?2 10 I mm ownors un.l various lessees and )CMurH of tlio land on Foil street which the government J-ilrcrf as the hMo of n now federal cnatcitii3 hotiso ami poHtotilcu. Atiornoy Olson, who lot n tlio pros to. ion of tlio enso fo tho owner.). fr.i..Hy admitted nfler Ii-h verdict had '' on inado public that IU decision iiii- do.u'ledly would satisfy ovorjono (if -;,n holders, tlio'igli ho duubUd wheth er tlio government wou.d ie'l.h It. ". 8. District, Atlor.ic; Tirockcirt v. 'ir not prcsont In court this r.iiiriiliud aul t'epi'ty District Ap .rney Dining sals' I ho flgurqs adduced by Ilia jurv weie a dlsagrccablo s.iri if? lie (Continued on Peg 6) FINAL COUNT OF VOTES INTHE BULLETIN CONTEST TO BE HELD TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK i Judges Will Meet Promptly at Hour Named to Canvass the Ballots and Decide the Win ners j Candidates, Their Friends and General Public Invited To Bo Present Official Announcement To Be Made in Thursday Afternoon Issue : Tho llnal count of votes In tho Hul lo 1 1 n's Grand Popularity Cainpolijn, which will abboliilcly ilctorniluo tlio winners, will bo hold tomorrow (Wed-, liesday) night In the business olllce nt tho llullotln, starting prompt ly al 8 o'clock, ' Inquiries galoro havo been recclvod Irom friends of candidates during tlio past two days asking how their fav orites stood In tho race, but nf courso, wo aro unablo to slate, as wo havo no knowledge of the vote-reserves of can dldates. Those votes, In fact, all votes cast during tho llnal week of tho con test arc at present In the ballot-box 28 , 25 1" 10 iiV 3:30 EDITION 5272. ,000 MEN TO LAY OFF JULY 1 (gpeclnl nullctln Cable.) WASHINGTON, D. C, June 25. Acting Secretary of the Navy Beekman Winthrop announced today that 20,000 employes of U .S. navy yards will be laid off on July 1 unless Congress makes some provision for wages . Congress has so iar failed to pass the necessary appropriations. Honolulu anil the great naval work at Pearl Harbor would bo hard lilt In the event of the above lay-off. It would not mean that the yard forco of laborer would tie discharged, for they aro paid from u separate fund, but It would mean that tlio clerical and draughting staff needed to rim the navy civil engineers and public works department would bo as Vpnylcss" at the army, and, according to Action Secretary Winthrop, would lie "Jobless" as well. If the olllce force was dis organized, the construction work would not be able to go on, "Tho draughtsmen, clerks, Held In spection force and several tilling other "PAYLESSARMT'lS TO LIVE OAT CREDIT Tho "payless army" of Oaliti has been further enllchtnncd as to lioir to live on patriotism and promises, liyj a long cnblq received by Captain Case depot commissary, this morning, from tho Western Division headquarters. I The message is merely n repetition of one sent out from Washington by I Commissary General Sliarpe. What-, over tho stato of tho army's finances, for such trifles ns paying tho Roldlers, there Is evidently plenty of money In' tho correspondence account, for tho llttlo chat via cablo between tlio divi sion and Captain Caso set tlio govern ment back exactly JK.0. Tho cabled order brings tho wcl como assuranco that money or no money tho army will cat. Tho depot commissary Is authorized tn contract for nocessary subsistence supplies, to 1 ho paid for when funds aro available. 'Of courso llils Is tin assuranco that local concerns will bid, but It's a safo guess that the larger llrms hero can Colonel i:.(J. Logan, former editor-In-clilcf of tho Ixmltivlllo Times, died In a lialtlmore hospltnl after mi opcr atlon. which Is reposing In tho safety-deposit vaults nf tho Wotorliouso Trust Co. As this box has not been opened since nolng sealed a week agn Monday, and will not ho until tho Judges break tho fical tomorrow night, no ono has any present knowledge of tlio strongth of candidates except t lip candidates thmsolyos and their confidants. At tho conclusion of tho count tomorrow night tho announcement of winners, will ho made, and In Thursday's Issuo this announcement will also bo niudo, together with tho coipplcto vnto totals of candldatoH for tho cntlro campaign This llnal count will bo In cliargo of Messrs. John Bopcr of tho Hawaiian Nowb Co.: Merlo Johnson, treasuror of H. K. Wlclunan & Co.; Geo. 11. Cur tis, manager of Jordan & Co.: Win Ilattorsby,' advertising manager of N. fi. Sachs Co., and Oliver Lansing, tho leal cstato operator. Tho unoiies' tinned standing and Integrity of these gentlemen, who will havo no Interest in tho contest other than tn canvass the votes thoroughly and methodically at tho request of Tho llullotln, In rurcs every candldatn a fair and Im partial count, and wo feel certain that each and every candlilato will feel per fectly satlslloJ with .tho Judges select ed. Tho filial count will be a public 0110 and every candlilato who can attend, her friends and othors Interested In tho outcome aro Invited to 'bo present, ENING 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, poult Ions come under what Is known as the civil establishment." said Civil Ktiglncor (layler, when shown the Washington dlsputcli. "They aro paid out of the fund known as 'mainte nance, yards and docks,' and can re ceive their money from no other source On the thirtieth of June the balance remaining III this fund Is turned back Into the treasury, and goes In with the new appropriation, but In this case there Is no new appropriation. It would seem reasonable that If there was any money at all, Honolulu would be given the preference on account of the Importance of tho work here, but If there Is no money ut all, we will havo to fare llko the rest of them," well afford to carry such a good cus tomor as Undo Sam for a few months, probably assuring a fair rato of Interest by boosting tlio bids a trifle, i No Commutation. Tlicro will bo no further commuta tion for rations, but olllcers anil en listed men will bo allowed to run credit account at tho dopot commla nary. Tho'stoppago of rations conv iMitatlona comes hard on tho non-conm Mid enlisted men of tlio headquarters ilolall, who havo no organization to live with, and who Just manago to make loth ends meet by drawing down tho cash allowed by tho govern' ment for each day's meals. Civilian employees of tho commls sary department may bo retained by contract. In which they must agrea to tako their pay from appropriations which may hereinafter be made Thcro Is no cash In sight for them Just now, (Continued on Page 4) HOTEL LATESTREPORT (Kpi-clat nulli'lln Cnrrrsoonnnc.) llll.O, Juno 24 Recently then) ur rived In llllo an nllcged representative of the alleged hotel syndicate. Tho word "alleged" Is used for the reason that llllo does not appear tn tako the mainland hotel syndicate bcrlously. This , much Is positively known There Is no ileal to be consummated so far us the inuch-talked-of posslblo purchase of tho llllo Hotel Is concern ed. Then, supposedly reliable report has It, the syndicate Is tn put up a $300,000 hotel with nil modern conveniences, about a inllo back nf tho city, bring ing people to tho hostelry by motor bus. SOUTH IIAUI.KY, Mass., June !. Unselllshncss and the need of making their lives count were emphasized by the Hov. Dr. lOdward K. Sanderson, pas tor of the Church of tho Pilgrim, Ilrooklyn, N. V., In his baccalaureate sermon beforo tho graduating class .of Mount Holyoko College toduy. "I believe," bo said, "that most col lego women have a deep counselling purpose to make their lives count. I know also tho temptations which coma nt times to tho best to bo sc-lllsh. If you lire ever tempted to envy tho wo men who are free from financial cure unil above a life devoted to work, re member such women are vampires. The woman living on dividends must realize that for every cent value tuken out of it dollar one cent mutt bo put Into the dollar by tho labor of men and, oftentimes, tired women and children." 300 TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1912, HARBOR TO PARKER BEATS BRYAN FOR TEMPORARY CHAIRMANSHIP COILING RUSHES TO COAST Itcspondlng to a wireless from tho Acting Govornor, Territorial Treasur er Conkllng boarded tho Mnuan Kea nt llllo yesterday afternoon, arrived In Honolulu early this morning and at 11 o clock galled out again on tho Tcnyo Maru, bound for Kt lie mainland. where bo probably w)ll remain until the now ?l,ouu,oou bond Issue Is float cd. "I will meet Governor Frear at San Francisco In time to havo a two days' conference beforo ho sails homeward on tho Wilholmlna," said Conkllng this morning. "Just what plans he may hnvo In mind I can't say, hut It Is likely that ho will order me to N'ow York City to tako active charge of, tlio bond flotation. I understand ho has cleared up nil tho legal details. r "I don't know whether I will hare to pay tho 1200 flno for riding on tho Tcnyo Maru, whether tho Territory will pay it or whether It will ho re mitted because 1 go on olllclal bunli ncss. I am going now bccaUBO t ho Honolulan, tho next available ship, wlir not land mo In San Francisco un til tho day Governor Frear sails for home, and If I took that boat I might not get to sen him nt all." Thcro was somo talk a short tlmo ago to tho effect tfiat Conkllng might not bo required to go Kaat, ns It was understood that negotiations wefo in progress with local capital to tako up tho entire bond Issue right at home. Apparently, however, If such negotia tions wcro In progress they havo como to naught. Tho Treasurer may rftit return to Honolulu bcroro tho mlddlo .of Sep tember. Tho bonds nro lo bo dated and issued September II, and ho may (Continued on Page 3) PAY INTEREST Tho Torrltbry of Hawaii Is paying $G0I.20 per day Interest on outstand ing bonds. Acting Govornor Mott Kmlth, who probably never will recov er from tho penchant for llguroB that he contracted while serving on tho Health Hoard, makes this statement, adding that the now bond Issuo of $1, noO.OOO to be floated Soptombor 5 will add about $80 a day moro to this amount, or about $30,000 to tho an nual Interest paid by tho Territory. At prcsont tho Territory hits Intor-ost-lmyliiK dates In every month ot tho year oxcopt March anil Soirtomhor, and now the ;iow issuo will provide such ditto for September. i i "sifFFitAoirrn: task stimi ox. The assault caso of F.dltor Chung You Hung of tho Wall Hlng Publish Ing Company, which started tn Tollco Court tlils'iiiurnlng was taken up again at 2:30 o clock tills aftornoon beforo Jtidgu Monsarrnt. Tho caso Is being I fought most strenuously by both sides mid it Is oxpectod that another day I will he consumed beforo tho decision Is handed down by Judgo Monsarrat. Ie ' During the first live weeks all per. sons who went to the Episcopal church n KH. Peter and Paul In Chicago wero handed u list of questions In renir.l to their physical condition. Up to dato only two couples out nf a core havo returned to be married. S6000AILY iLE Advertisers Have NoAD)ill Season .12 CHECK TWO MEN WITH EYE on bourbon nomination l.'lll'l'll Villi 1IIIIUIIIII aaaaaaaaaaW 'ibBl . WILLIAM It IIK.iH.ST. Irving- In r.iiiflncor Ills Onn .niii. bullion. . aiBBBi kPbH iBtIHBHHPHb'jB i eeeKeieeK Laaaaal KfHtt VCVT aaaH I ji t.. it... . ti ' . ,, i 1 Johnson it undecided at to accepting (If Indiana; Mroiig lint Utile Kiiiiwii.Ment0lh.t ,,, ' u Heart failure caused the death nf Thomas Dollbcr of llroukllne. president of the Mlllln's Food Company of North America, at the home of his daughter, Mr William A Ilohlusou Jr.', In New lli'dforil. Hilo Teacher Arrives on Mauna Kea and Books Out on the Honolulan v Horsey 1. Miller, teacher In the llllo High School, who was Mint by Kzni F. Nichols. muuuKcr of the llllo Mer cantile Company, last Saturday as u result. It Is alleged, of Miller's atten tions to Mrs. Nichols, arrived In Ho nolulu HiIm mornlnir nil tin. Miilmn Ivf-n. Ho is losing no time In getting out of the country, or this morning lie hook ed for the Coast on tho Honolulan to morrow, according to tho steamship records. Miller's wound, which Is a llesh wound In the calf of tho leg, Is not preventing him from moving (julekly. According to the story ot the troiibU-, which reached the llullotln by wire, less yesterday afternoon too lato for publication, and which was continued PA itJES. WORK? LT , , T -r. iNeorasKan .Loses joatiie 10 jjeieai con servative Hawaii's Votes Split Prospect of Breach More Certain Than Ever : . 1 , ( Associated Press Calilr ) BALTIMORE, Md.. June 25. Judoe Alton . Parker was cliotcn tempo. rary chairman of tho Democratic national convention today, and the fight 1 between Bryan and the to-called conservative? it on Parker's victory wat won by a comparatively tcant margin. The vote wat 578 for Parker to 512 for Bryan, who, at he had announcod previously, jumped Into the fray in an effort to keep Parker from the chairman'! teat. United Statet 8enator Jamet A. O' Gorman of New York received four complimentary votes. CARDINAL GIBBONS PRONOUNCES THE INVOCATION. A heavy rain wat falling today at the Democratic convention loponcd. Cardinal Gibbons, brilliant in the scarlet robes of hit high clerical office, pro nouncud the Invocation. There wat Increasing intensity In the convention as the prospect of Bryan'e-fight against Parker materialized. 4M Chairman Norman E, Mack of th'ej national 'committee called the conven tion to order at 12 15 o'clock, HAWAII'S SIX VOTES SPLIT FOUR AND TWO. I Bryan, in an eloquent speecn, nominated jonn w, rern oi Indiana ior ipe temporary chairmanship, declaring that me issue nas oen drawn ociweenina progressive! and conservatives In the party. Kern returned the compliment by nominating Bryan, and the latter said he would accept. Theodore Bell of California nominated Judge Parker. , Great disorder prevailed at this point. Representative Fitzgerald of New York followed on behalf of Parker's nomination. Hawaii's tix votet were split, four going for Parker and two for Bryan, PARKER CALLS ROOSEVELT DANGER TO COUNTRY (Special llullotln Cable.) BALTIMORE, Md., June. 25. Representative Fitzgerald's .speech wat made agalntt deritivo yells. There was so much disorder in the galleries that a squadron of police was brought in and marched down the aisle to quell the disturbance. The roll-call on the temporary chairmanship began at 12i40 o'clock. Ar kansar, llllnoit, New York, Georgia, Mississippi, Rhode Island and Vermont went solid for Parker. Delegates Stone of Mittouri and Luke Lea of Ten nessee escorted Parker to the platform, and he wat presented by Chairman Mack. When Parker began a "keynote" speech, tpeaking of ittuet from hit ttandpoint, the crowdt began leaving the galleries, and there wat great dis order at he tought to proceed. The convention adjourned until 8 o'clock tonight. Parker in hit tpeech, which wat not finished, characterized the Chicago convention at a "dis graceful brawl." He saidl "The danger of Roosevelt threatens tho country," and urged a constitutional provision against a third presidential term. He alio urged harmony in the party. JOHNSON GETS FAT OFFER LAS VEGAS, N. M., June 25. Hugh Mcintosh, the Australian fight promo ter, hat cabled here offering Jack John son $30,000 to fight Langford in tho Antipodet. fflpwlal mil If tin Cable.) LAS VEGAS, N. M- June 25 Jack SUGAR KAN ITIANCIHCO. Oil.. Juno J.V Herts. M analysis. 10s. lid.; parity 4 30c Previous quotation, lis 3d. by special correspondence this morn ing, Millers attentions to Mrs. Nichols havo been marked for somo tlmo It Is alleged that Mrs. Nichols' sUter In formed Miller that he ought to stop It ami backed up her Information by chastising him with nn umbrella Mr Nichols learned of this and lust Hat unlay evening telephoned tn Miller nt the hitter's hoarding place and told him to como to Nichols' homo Immediately and it was there that the shooting took place. Miller Already Dropped. Miller has been a teacher of coin mcrclal.wnrk in llllo High School dur Ing the piifct school year. Superintend ent W. T. Pope this morning, In re spouse tn it ilirry by the II ll 1 1 e 1 1 n. stated that Miller was not reappoint ed In the Department of Public In struction during the recent meeting of the commissioners. In other words, ho wus dropped, and It Is learned that this (Continued on Page 8) Tin: oi:i:itAi advi:iitisi:h is IIKOINNINO TO AWAKKN TO TIIR FACT THAT TIIK HVHNINO 1'AI'Kll KSSIINTIALI.Y Till: HOME PA PER CltVF.H QflCK ACTION: IM MlIDIATn HKHCLTS. PRICE 5 CENTS. . .1 m tn r. i. n CHINA REJECTS 3-BILLION LOAN (hpc-rlal till 1 1 e 1 1 n rntile.) WASHINGTON, D. C, June 25 The republic of China hat rejected the proposed loan of $3,000,000,000 by the tix powert, presumably becaute of the ttipulation that all of the expenditure must be under supervision of the for eign powers participating in the loan. RIOT IN LoVANGELES (Hiwrmt niilleMn Cnhtv.) LOS ANGELES, Cal., June 25. A riot In the Federal building occurred today when the Magons and others were sentenced to eleven months in Jail for violation of the Mexican, neutrality agreement. A hundred sympathizers attacked the police and, several women wero injured. Special Sale of Safes H. E. 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