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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1914. SEMI-WEEKLY.
mm off j I'M? t. II i mmi mm mm. Mai ai m m Will HUSH German Cruiser Receiver Inhtruo- at Onoe: Samoa, Given Ai Des tination of 1 Ship By- Reticent fifttanra - Whn ' Kail a1 at Mi'rl- ' ; night- ''-.v.- '.';.' The second cUm Orrmtn cruiser .Nurnberg, 'which arrived from flad Francisco yesterday morning about eight o'clock, received rush order fast even ing about half -past Ave to finish, coal ing; ship and proceed on it voyage without, delay.. - All, leaves' and shore liberty were canceled at once, and th'p r worn 1n ilrtfclV 1 lata hon t'uk- i.. ..'.. .,i ' rt.C -v.. v. . :i'., ,1 ' at midnight. ' , , .The next port of call of the warship' is given out an (Samoa, proviilad the ves . sel hag not received secret; instructions changing the destination as announced. The Nurilberg had. planned to clear Wednesday.. ... .,''.' .When iptcrviewed in port yesterday the' officers,, of tie. Nurnberg were very reticent about expressing' any Opinions a to. the possibility of Germany becom- ing involved In a general' European waf. They have) evidently, learned that they must not talk on matters of state, for ' as one genial officer expressed' himself, "I am only a simple seaman, not a poli tician' and this seemed to represent the attitude. of the-others. ". ; , As far as they would talk, they wire Inclined to take an optimistic view of the situation, and hoped that Herv'in and Austria could settle their differ ences without starting a general war. They were inclined to attribute- . the present threatening outlook' to the fact mat the Servians nave become vepy j- lroua ana eiaieu over ineir recent sue ofnu in the Balkan wars, and were pos sibly a trifle, eagor to fight Austria. "Worn Mexican Waters. , Oflicer oC the ship reorted an nn eventful voyage from 1 Han Francisco. The Nurnberg, which left" Honolulu for station on the Mexican coast last No vember, spent several months in. Mexi can waters, and when she reached Han Francisco her bottom was . fouled ' ty Dftrnaci ana toe ressei was put iu aK.it- h.AW m on aaea .a. .fTA.t- 1 by the leanirtg VroceHri, arcording to-the ship' offlrem. . Manv i nfdMB-fin rr roLa et km f a!'. can situation were brought by the cruis ! er. Hue lay at Mazatlan for a long time whfla thrf titwii mam Ka3ABAil Ktrttf ri - , - - n - - - - , bols. The Niimberg did' not take awaj ness was at a standstill in the ports vis Ited and those possessing, means hag flitil nrei iouslv.. Th nftlcitra nt fh (lap man cruiser state , that comlitions aro deplorable along the coast, and give, it 'as their opinion that' the existing state which amounts almost to anarchy will continue until other powers interfere. They attribute this' to the fact that iu iuHtrie of nearly every sort bavo been . suspended throughout tnat country for no' long a period that the inhabitants will not be easily persuaded to abandon tne profession of arms and go to work. ' While the Nurnberg was at Mazat- lan the officers and crew were aphare daily.. They were in danger af times of ' v...: 1. t .L a m i.v u .. ' siogiug rebels by reason of the fact that the Mexicans shoot from the hip without aim, and were liable to hit anybody any place in their front. For tunately the Germans escaped' without rasuauy rrom tni source... . MaMtlan was practically without food There was no bread to be, ob tained In the town. -. The garrison were ouly able to bold out because small ' vessels were able to make, the barber at night, bringing in cargoes, of food aupplies. The otlicer relating the ex perience, told with regret how the Ger man brewery iu Mazatlan was forced to dose down, when the, water supply 'gave out.-': : ; : .' . Near the ' town of Mirami, there ) a small (Jerniau colony of farmers, who were visited by member of the shin ' crew. . , " Industry . at a BtandstlU. The presence of the German warship, . and the fact that these colonists wore Prepared to fight for their possessions, ud insured them from molestation, at the hands of the warring' factious. The larmers r wwu in i"t:v n i a occasionally ov sin an iiairim ui horseman, who took what they wanted n.l 4nw wk.t 41.o.. nnlr mk tUnrm ,UU fail, T. U U b ,HWJT WW . was no- cause lor complaint. At Bullua Cruz, every thing was at standstill. The town is , reorted to have undergone a building boom, which ' una lo pe siisWfiuii wiivu iv wa &u- ' eluded ia the zoue of hostilities, and . o AAiiutlftPulilA ' nnnihnp' iinaiilulirtd biiildintrs are to be seen on every baud The railroad traflio is stopped. In all . same according to the Uerman officers, Foreigners, for the most part,, liuninuss ' titiil i,iiivMii man hniA ltf nml flvprv. thing, is at a duad standstill..: 1 The. Nurnberg went as fur south as the Panama Canal, aud the officers found the operation of the canal a very interesting study. ; At this pluce about one-lialf of the crew, who had ront- ' pluted their two-year tour abroaifj loft the. ship to return to usrmany ny ran Hud steamer. . Their places, were filled . by a complement of sailor who hod arriveu from homo by similar routes ,, Many , of the present crew had never uwii lliiiuiliilii . bnfore. hnvinir irond : abroud for the first time, wheu they .left tJerniany a- few inqiith ago. ,' E. N, Pierce of Brooklyn, N. has traveled o,uuu miles in his auto aud is preparing for a 35,UO0-nule trip. TAXI OVERTURNS; Family of Private Obi of National Gaud Victim of Misfiap ", 0'-v at Red Sill. ' (Prom Monday Advertiser.) ' ' Tre wife and four stepchildren ; of Private Ohl, of Company K, First In fantry,. Hawaiian National Guard, wore painfully injured by the overturning of a taxicab in', which they were riding yestorday afternoon about threo-o'clock nesr the Red Hill camp grounds. ' ; The women, - accompanied by; her -children,! had. spent s, portion, of the afternoon visiting her' husband in camp, and' the accident ocenrred just as the party were leaving the oamp to return to the city. One of the 'chil dren, a girt about ten year of ae wss badly cut about the head and her, collar bono broken, while the others suffered lessor injuries. ' . ', . . , ' Militiamen nearby rnshed to the aid of, the people in the car which over turned just a it was emerging from ;hc camp grounds onto the roail. They quickly rljiDted the machine . aiid as sisted' the oec-upilnts to the road, aiid immediately , rushed them to the field hospital' in' the milliia enrrip. .." i Car t. ! R. . V. ' Iieur.,' of th Medloil Corpa dressed their cuts and bruises, and advised the removal' of the girl who wn the most severely injured to a hospital.. " , ,' , One of the girls' stated that when the machine , overturned, . toe JapanehO chauffeur wan looking off to one side ond that he had one hgnd on the wheel'. ' .After. , Doctor -: Ben had nompleted bis emergency treatment the party re; turnod' to i town in the (ame machine and. the Injured girl was taken' to, tfiO Quena'a Hospital. - '' ,' ,. After Special Police Officer Ferry maMo an investigation, M. Noda, the chanrfeur - was ' placed' under'- arrest, chargedwith headless rlrivihg. Ho was later releuscd on a bond of '.WO, ' ' '. . : i , ; ' Aspirants for Legislative Honors "i.iHucls in Evidence,- Sajra V;'1 Mail News.-' "Within another week' it is exjectied that Maui candidates' for legislative honor will-be as thick as bees around a rtolasses, jug. , ,Vp to the present, While there has been a good deal of coy flirting among supposed candidates, there; has been a hesitancy to make Uie plunge, says the Maui News, f At a meeting of the' third Republican pre- pcirict club, of JaMaina,' lust isa'tunlsy night, tbo names or a number- or men were suggested fo-both the- houaa and the senate, and given .' assurance ,. of support in that district.1. Kdward1 Wai ahplo, A. N. Haysciiden aad . George P. I'ooko werO' proposed for i the,1-seuatej ami Charles Mukekau. and Edward Wat uho'lo for the house. ; All of. theso men, Havej ait'Tirevlohs Vxperleinr- ttl the lek'lslatnre,' Cooke. 'MakeRsu and' Waiabolo having served during tne last session. -...-.' . P. J. .Goolness; has decided to go in to the race -again lso. ' Ho makes hi formal announcement today, ' ', John WilcoX of lTaita, ,alsd' makes bis announcement today : In, anpther h column. ; ,Hey is candidate for ; the house. ;, ' ' '.- '' ' . ,', ' ., ' i 'v'-i.'., '. ' i The rhattor of the dolegnteship is worrj'ing tho leglalative aspirants a good deal, and there is much, testing of opinion going, on to decide, how, Rice and Kuhio stack tip with the elec torate of the island. It seems' most likely that most of the candidates will decide that Rice i the winner as far as Mt is cpneerned', at least, and be climbing into hie bandwagon. J, W. Kawaakoa, of K.aupo is tne oniy avowed candidate, who thus far has ths courage to declare, hlmsolf-on this delicate point, He has declared for the prince, - One Maul Progressive uas tnua tar made his appearance, this being Jack P. Kaonohi, of Luhaina, who seeits tha Progressive 'nomination for the senate from this county. , , ' , The Republican executive eommu teoy of Makawao district, at an inter esting meeting hold on Wednesday! af ternoon in the Makawao, , court-house requested A. T. Tavares and 3. K. Pun to announe themselyea candidates for the Republican nomination for members of the. houBe . of representatives, end George P. Cooko, for the senate. ' c- ,, w. KawaaspBi u iuiH 11 " letter to the News states that he will make the race for the. nomlnat,on for meuiber of the lionse of representatives, on the Heimblican ticket. He states that he, does this st.the earnest bo best of many Of his friends. . Mr. Ka- waakoa has sat in tbo House uuring a former legislature, t' , : im ADMITS HE ' . nrr torn t ii III Joshua I).' Tucker- stated yesterday that he had refused to, resign as couu missioner of mt)lic lands on the ground that his appointment had been unaui mously coufirraad by the senate.' ,M Furthermore,".. Mr. Tucker said "my term of office dous not expire until March 4, 1018, and Ida not know of any reason why J should resign.'. Governor link hum confirmed the re port that although he had asked Tucker for his resignation the latter had de cliued to give it, BALDWIN T. WHITE , ' OLD jKAMAAINA DEAD An old kamaalua of Ewa, Baldwin T. White, who has beeu uu inmate of tlie.Leahi Home for some mouths, diuj nt that iiistitiitioa on fSuniluy evening. He was eighty-six years old aud, until a horseback accident pormauently in lured him about a. year ago, he had beea Very active aud a freipieiit Visitor lo Honolulu. kauai is ur SOLID FOR RICE "The question is not whether Rice will carry Kauai, but Just the size, of dis majority,"! said r. f. T. water house, who returned from ' a business trip td the Garden Island yesterday morning. He made a . tour of tba.jsl- and, studied the politico situation vare- ruiiy, ana is o( ue opinion tnat tfire will lead all others combined in the fight for the Republican nomination for congress ; -. ' ' ' - ' the combined vote or Cupid, Mc Candless, Carter and Notley will not equal the vote of Rice on Kauai," he continued. "On top of this, the Rice supporters ar to meet Monday ia all the precincts and, still further organic to make the Kice vote as nesr unaul inous as possible. '.Th other candidates have absolutely no hope of carrying Kauai, alter finding out how the peon I e feel toward Rice.. The quostion now worrying some of the small factions ia whether Mct.'andless or. Carter will run at the bottom of the tickets." There are twelve hundred registered voters on Kauai. . Kuhio, accompanied bv Rev. Btephea Desha, will leave for Kauai tomorrow, returning Monday in order not to miss the dnty they feel imposed on thflja 10 Odaress tne xoung J'eonle s Liencue. The campaign' Is having an. excellent eneci on cnurcn attendance. At Kan inakaplli Church last night were Kuhio and his campuign. manager, John Wise. They listened to an excellent sermon bv Rev. A. Akario, His siibiect wss. "Strength in Unity." Kau Kahauloiio also was among those present. . Kuhio1 reports having addressed a big meeting at Watalua Saturday evening. - ..... PLATFDRf.t ! - (Continued froin. i'age One) cost thereof to bo borne by the property owners, and the proportion, if any, (to 1 borne by tbo City and County of nonoiuiu.1 . . .. ..... I we invor an amendment to Art 131 or ine session laws;of relating to street improvement assessments, currently known as the "Frontage Tax Law' so that,. when a petition ia filed with the Supervisors for the improve ment of ,a street, alley or highway, the "Territory or 'any . municipal division thereof owniris land which is included in the area of the proposed district for assessment, shall he considered as in favor of such assessment. , . Believing in the classification of all lof the roads in the City and County of Honolulu, and tho adoption of a definite 'policy as to the width of the different classes, and the material to be used iu tne conscructioii tnereor, w pledge our supervisors to the, adoption of that policy, in order that not ' only shall good results be accomplished,' but that proper protection shall be given in the expenditure '..of the public money. . . FREE GARBAGE. A clean city means a healthy city, We-: therefore, pledge- or Mayor and supervisors, to, inaugurate; 4 system for cleaning the city of all city waste; thjat tni system DC estaonsnoii atur jaiu rr , IHlli, within the area adjacent to the Wharves free' to tho inhabitants thereof and that this free systitra area bo . extended a. fast as tha city s n u a lines permit.. ' ' v ' 1 . - WATER: AND 8EWER SYSTEMS. We pledge -our candidates to the legislature to amend Act 1HH of toe hos- linn Tjiwi of 101S relatimr to trans f erring , of ' the management of the VVater and Sower Systems to the City and. County of Honolulu, so that said water . and sewer bureaus may bs ad ministered upoa business-like principles, We favor adequate sewer facilities in ordor that tho health of the public may be protected, and pledge our supervisor to an .extension, and improvement of the system now n use. ;P0UCB STATION. We pledge. our supervisors to petitioi the Governor to set aside to the muni cipality the present Police Station pf lionouuu, , J0URI8T PROMOTION. Convinced that the work of the He waii Promotion .Committee benefits our municipality as well as the wholu Ter ritory.'we pledge our supervisors to; a continuation of tho support heretofore given by the City and County. , . i PUBLIC SCHOOLS. We favor liberal 'appropriation for the maintenance of the public schools, and the adoption of, a, better system for the care of all school grounds and uuiki FOWEB TO TAX. Convinced that nothing will cause greater progress id the evolution of Ho itoiuiu luvo a viriio Awirricii ihiv a bring to' the citizen thereof a realiza tlou of their responaibilities to tbo municipality.' we favor the granting to the City and: County- or Honolulu com plete power to Ox the tax rata. . ( . ;.-.. FIRE DEPAIfTMENT. S ' Believing that the establishment of modern fire department for the City and County, and the extension of fire protec tion to all outside sections of the city will result iu a reduetion of the present nre. insurance . rates, - we pledge ou supervisors to take . such ; measures as will accomplish this result. ' PUBLIC CEMKTERY. We pledge. our effort for the purpose of establishing, within our city a puldi cemetery for tho burial of the indigeu deud, and we idedgO our supervisors to petition the Governor to set aside for or secure to the City and county proper location for such 4 purpose. TLA YG ROUNDS AND I'UBLIC .. PARKS, Realizing the great benefits accruing from the establishment and mum tenaiiee. of playgrounds and publi narks, we pledge our supervisors to suii port meuHures which shall accomplish this object. , . : i CHANGES IN CITY CHARTER. Iu view of the pledge .in the Repub licaii Territorial platform, far the pur pose of enubling the people of llouolul , to revise .the City, aud County Charter at a convention, we believe that all legislation to effect changes in the City (. barter should be withheld for the con deration of said convention. BUILT OfJ Promotion. Committee Takes Up Work Jf Eneotti'asrin g Erection of Mountain Hostelry at Well as1 building: of Half-MlIMoii-Dol'. rail Pleasure Kesorf on Waikiki Beach.''" The Hawaii Promotion Committee yesterday conBldcTed plans : for an amusement pier at Waikiki, a hotel- on Tantalus and better accommodations for those who take the Haleakala trip.. All this wan in line with tha new policy of taking -better care of tourists after they get here, and providing, more in tne way of comfort aud entertainment to OUI1 own citizen. ' Secretary H. P. Wood reported that acting in accordance with, the wishes of Uie committee as expressed, at .a previous meeting, he wrote a letfe to Governor Pinkhum and also Called1 on hiiri to discuss the building Of a hotel and cottage resort on Tautalus. The Governor informed him thai there- are mene property, eitfler one or both of which might be utilized for the Pur pose. . 'ill also said that , he wou,ld be pleased to discuss thia mattes if the ight committee of citizens, was1 ap pointed' to make such tentative plana as the promotion committee suggest ef tertiVe.. Secretary Wood said-that tho Governor promised all the assistance he can' give toward forwarding this proj ect.. , ..'; Committee Is Appointed.: Chairman E. A. Borndt appointed a committee consisting of W. H. Castle, 1 r . 1,4. ti ,rr n. .. i 't B, Cooper, George G. Guild. Albert Wa- terhouse and, Riley Allen, to confer with the Uovernor. . The committee ' were unanimous' in stating that there is no enterprise that has been thus far sug gested that would' be so great a boon to the general public, not alona to tour. ists and strangers but to the resident of. Hawaii, aw a hotel up on tne cool lopes of xaiitaius, . . a J in&naftor BeacB Besort.- f L. B. Kerr, who has made a. special study of unpjaentent piers- ft Atlantic ity, Baltairo. long Beach, and, other famous resists, unueared before the committee at their request and sMbmit ted plans , and sketches for a' WAikiki resort. The promotion committee is in favor . f building . a. seml,eirculat. doul)le-deckeIf, ,forty-foot ' jetty 0H) to 1000 feet long out from the shore at' the entrance to the lagoon of the park. tMrr plana which - were described', ja The Advertiser of July 9, call for handsome, and commodious pavilion at the shore cud,, large enough to contain, a theater, moving-picture hall, bowling alleys, .billiard, rooms, j crystal' maze. aijfiirriuui, inMpumr r cuiieciiua,' r tuursnt, palm garden and rest rooms. At the seaward end of the pier there would be a big swimming pool aud band stand,; , Low sen walls built across the reef would cansa the sanding in of the coral and make this little bay opposite the park an 'ideal swimming resort. There would be shoot-tle-chutes and all the latest salt-water games and am use- menu. , Would, Cost $250,0061 ' Ht. Kerr said that ha thought au en terprise of this sort would pay as 4 Dusiness proposition'. The land belongs to the government ,so that all that would be required would be to Bet permission from the L "ited. ptate government. An amusement pier such as he tenta tively suggested would cost from 1131V utw to f-Tu,um, be said. E. A. Berndt said that Be was heart ily In favor of the idea, that if they ran get an amusement pier there, the Hawaiian village, Which the promotion committee is talking1 about could be put right across from tha pavilion on Makee JsianiL, . , The chaii'man on1 motion,' appointed R. W, Shingle, Harry Maefarlune, Sonny Cuuba, Qruca Cartwrlght, Jr., R. B. Kiveuburgb,, H. .B, ierr and it. U. Matbeson, a citizen committee to lu vestigttte this1 subject', canvas for Ways and' means, and' report back their rec ommendations to the promotion com mittee and the chamber or commerce. It was slated' yesterday that these plans were prepared at the special re quest of the promotion, cominitteu and re Intended t be suggestive rather than something to be definitely adopt ed or rejected. , , . Laborer Needed at Park. J. D. Mdnerny asked tliat the promo tion committee take action to prevail upoa the sheriff to detail at least thirty pnsouets in attend 10 me up keep of Kapiolonl Park. Superintend ent Kiveuburgh has been doing splendid- work in making th park a well kept recreation ground for the use of the peoplo, but be has no laborers ex rent such as the. sheriff allows him, aud ' no dependable.. Dumber. . Somo days the sheriff sonde'- out thirty or forty and tha noxt day there may be only ten and . the work suffers. Mr. Borndt said that If all that was wanted was more prutouors the . pro' motion roinmittOe might repiet tho grand jury to get busy, bb there arj plenty of men out of jail who ought to be in. .- ' The committee voted to ask the shuritT for a permaueiit allotment of men for the park improvement work, ' Mr., Mlclnerny said' that the Country Club has offered to donate the services of Mr. Bell to help- lay out the putting greens on tho new golf course. Literature on TrBip6rts. Soerctury Wood said that the Army officials would grant the committee the privilege of putting their literature on 1!-fflfsji. 1 1 . j 1 . 1 marine Tmraca. By MerCBaaU' . Ixchang; ,. . Friday, Jutv 24. Oray 'a Harbor Wailed. July 23. Brhr.' Fred J. Wood, for Honolulu. v Hilo--8ailed July 2. 4 p. m., Pennsylvanian, for Delaware Break water. , . - ,' Yokohama Saile.l July - 23. S. 8. Persia for Honolulu; (2 days late, due August 8.) ' - ' -". ' y . Disaster. 8,' H. Strathblane, spoflen at sea, Mon day July 20, returning to Sydney wth uiacuiiiery deranged. ' , : Saturday, July z.i. San Francisco Sailed. July 21, 1:30 Pi m 8. 8, Nile,' for Honolulu. :. Mahiikona Arrived. July 24, schr. Annie Johnson, from San Francisco. San FrancHco Arrived. Jnlv 2!T. 8 '30 p. m,, Si. 8. Mongolia hence' July 19. , Monday, July 27. Yokohama Sailed., July 27. S. S. Shlnyo' Maru, for Honolulu. San Francisco Arrived Jflly 27. bktnl J. M. Griffith front Kahulul, June 24. " -. '. . .', San Franclsco-Sniled, July 2d, Vf.S. Tender Aleri, for Honolulu. ' ( .' San Francisco-Arrlved, J'ulV 23, 8. S. Enterpriso from HiJo, July 15. Vancouver Arrived, July 2S, 8. 8. Iris henco July 14. . ,' . PORT Of HONOLULU. . , . .' ARRIVED. Str. ,Heleue from Kauai, 6 a. m. Yacht Niagara, from Japan, 9 a.m, Str. Kentuckian, front San Francisco, p. m. ', ..' ; '"''. ' Str. Claudine, from Maul, 5 a.m. ' ' Sclir. Helene, from Hawaii, '2 a.m. Str, Mikahala, from Molokai, 12-.4J a.m. -'-,...,''. -.' -, .: '-; Str.; Kinau', from Kauai, 4:55 p.m. Str. Matsouia,! from Hilo, 6:30 p.m. Str. J. A, Cnanslur,. from Monterey, 7t30' a'.m. - ",.'-,'-, l . . 'i Monday) Jnly 27. ' -Str. Wailulo. from Hawaii, 4 ai m. ! Str. TenyorMaru, from San Francis co, 7:45 a. rrt. ... ; Str. Tokal Maru,' fronV Nuioiraii, 8:30 .nil :.. , ; r , '. I...' ,'. ; German cruiser Nuernberff. from. Hhn' iFrancisro,, ,7i20 a,,mvvA .' ' ..;.( ,, , JJiifABTEIr. ,' . " 1 ' '. 11 Str. Mauna Loa, for Maul and Ha waii ports, W J", . ": , . ', Str, Claudine,. for Maul, 5:t0 p. m. Str. W, a. Hall, for Kauff, 5:15 p.m. Str. Mauna Kea, from rTilo, 61, TO a. m. Str. Likelike, from Hawaii, T: 15 a.m. , Str. Santa Maria,, ior Kahului, 7 :50 a. m.. ' , :' , j, .' :. ' . 8tr. Anyo Irfaru, for Hilo, 12 noon. ' . Str. Mauna JCca, for. Hilo, 3:00 p.m. Str,- Moutanatl, for )ilo, 5;4 p. m ' . Sir, Claujiue, for Kauai. 5:10 p. m. Str; Tenyo Maru,' for Yokohama, ills' p. m. ." .. ' TAssEnaxsa. Per str. Mauna. Kea, from Hilo and way,, ports, . July 20: Win. McUjuaid, Misses Campbell (2), Ov H. Johnson, Hugo uoman, li. IJuhn, John lial, Mrs R, Lyman and daughter. - Mrs. H. It. Moi'shead, Mrs. A. H,,Kwan and. two children, Mrs. Makanul and child, Mr. Leileh'ua .and child, F, Barrett, W. IL C CampDell, Miss E. Hurtord, Miss v. Knttledge, T. K. Kvane, H. E. NewtOn, J. Carvalho-, J. H. Brayton and wife, Mrs. T. B. Cummings, Miss M. Houio, Airs, L. Kakalia and child, Mrs. a. 1, Desha. Lieut. H. H. Morehead and fifty seven iileri, Co. M, National' Guard tat Hawaii, Miss A. Silva, Mrs. T. Bolj.h and son, Mrs. B. D. Bond, Miw M. Woo. Miss.M. Nainoj Mrs. W H. BaobitJ aud two children; J. M. Lowsett, Miss uowsett, w. it. tarnngton, Miss fil. Holt, Miss M. Bal, Mrs, George Madeira' and two children. Mm. K Cederlof f, II, Ahona- Ylm. Dr. I. MacLaren. L. F Ar. nold. A,- T. Fowler and wife, Miss tT. Nagatanl, John' Hansen and son, Lieut. John Kanaeholo; I), Leith. P. Schmidt, Kov. S. Kimura, T. A. K. Yap, K.: YokbI- gawa, Mrs. Meek and . two child ran, Voung. Lieut. Kelakiui, Lieut. D. pinda and forty-eight men Co. L, N. U. It. V ; . , , '..'.'...;' ...;'. Per st. Kinau, from KauaL' July 2(1: 0. B. Carter, George Kane, Eli Ke- kipe, 8. Fupufai, C. A. Wooile, Ueorge Bertram, 11. . Hauolerg, W.'A. Nicoll, H. F, Vicksrs, George Bustard, Frank Howes, T.-Waterhouse," H. D. tloggott, C, B. Gray,- Mrs.. H. Stodart, Miss 8. Wu'bmun,. W. ein. Loon yuouson, ii. the ' transports. Goodrich's; hew book, VThe Coming Hawaii," a 1914 issue givuig. uutch space to, the scenic beaju ties of ' the Islands has been received. .The. committee thou discussed the civic convention at Wailuku. They d clilisd to go to the, convention in in body aud will" request that the pro gram committee assign one. afternoon to .the subject pf promotion. . . . ! ' Zono K, Myers said that Hawaii and Maul seem . to be thoroughly awako to the advantages of the work iHit that Kauai seems to be asleep. The other niertiherw all , agreed with him but said that, thny intund to wake up that part of the group even if. they have to explode a bomb under t(ie Garden LslamL Tourists who hay ventured over there recently have rtv ported rather burrowing experiences. Secretary Wood said that one party 'of tourists who took the Huleak:ia trip.si'ciitj ovpr $15()ti oh Maul and that it. sceiuod to hi in that there were other Islands besides KttUai that could stand a little "home promotion" work. '.- mm-mA I i I a I , . . t - r bp bt 1 I. i P.' Agnitoy, MV 8. Valante, IT. F. f-obo, Mrs. J. K. Brown,' Allan Brown Mrs. E. . Frarier, H, IL Brodie, Miss J. Pillar, A. V. Peters, C, B. High, Miss Castleman, Miss K. Bad way. . v .: .' Per str. Tenyo Mara, from San Fran cisco, Jnly 87. Mrs. I. W. Campbell, Miss Isabella Campbell, : Miss . Lesley Jackson, Miss Sheldon Jackson. ' BepartadV -' Per str. Matitia 1oS, for Kona and Kau ports, July 24. W. C, UcMello, F. W. Moll, C. Tuch, K. C. Smith, Brother John,: Father James, Miss O. Yng, .Father Gerard, Father Eugene, Mr, and Mrs. 1L L. Achilles, Miss Al coctt, Mrs. A. L. Greenwell, John Hind, Mrs, B. K. Tormry, W. Tin You, Carl Ontal, L, Macfarland,' A, Fork Chiag, ,C. I-,Yn Ho, Mr. and Mrs. George Ka hauloiio. '.. Per str. Claud W, for Manl ports, July. j4i--J A.' Gorman, J. Gon7.nl ves, Jas. Achong,' J. Hollnherg Jss. Hood, C. C, James, K. J. KsYitos and wife, Arthur Brown, Jr. Ir, Storell, Miss Martha 'Aiken, 8. Tasul, J. Shigo, Mrs. Hen Tint Fat. and" infant, Mrs. Lui En Shin, Miss Ltd En Shin, Mr. Shin Murk- Masted I P. Thurston, Herman rana. Miss T, Tudh, Key, li. Ulie, Ryv. Shima. '.' . Per str,-W. 0. Hall, iot Kauai ports, July 24. Mrs) Bridgewater, IC Alex ander, Father Victorenus, Allen Wil Cox, Mrs. Fsnny Sabo, 8. Hanohano ani .wife, Hiss Hanohano, Mis a- Lkila, A. G. Kaulukou and wife, D. K. Hapabee, J, K. Kapnnlrii. 11. Mignsaki, . Ishinra, 8. Otsokl, K. Ishida, T. KarJanl,. I AdachL J. K. Xanise. Per str; Mauna Kea,. for Hilo and way ports, July "o. Geo. Kluegcl, Miss Bcntlcy, , Mrs. H. . J. Uormley, Mta ir. Gorn.ley, J'ror. T. A. Jsjrysr, Mr, and Mrs. C. A. McDonald. Miss Cohn, Mrs. H. Cohn, Miss Gertrude A. Mason. Miss M. H. Maseiount, Miss E. Masciounl, H. W. Camp, If." 1). Young, C. B. Blum,:, Miss M.Y McjCtv- mont, Miss E. F. Porter, Mrs. Smith, R. Tasbima, Joseph Zerakick, : Rev, Miyagawa,' . Rev, Takashima.'; Rev. U emiHiltii., "-. c -.ref WV Tenyo Maw, for Yokohama, July 27. Bishop J. Atkins, Mrs. J. At- 1 , ,rj' -r r r. t 1 r v, T, -a Sinn, at. 1.. 11. nacseiana, iv. 1. nnv ton, W. Bis'soll, Mfr. and Mrs. W. Crw by, Mi", and Mrs. K. Dixon, T. Dorhofo, R. Uoidschmldt, Dr. 8.Mnagawa, T. Nakamigawa, Lt. Comdr. D, Mori, Mis M. Sugl, Mai. Gen. G. Tanaka, 8. Ushi- jlma, K. Wada. .. .' For' Kobe U. P. Anderson, Dt. E. r . ook, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gerdie, M. Matsunaml; J. D. Oaklny. For Nagasaki Miss Delia Follensbco. For Manila C, Brantigin, Mrs. A. 1). Webber.. ' , For . Hongkong Chan Fn ! Choon, Lionel D. Hargis, Miss Nellie McKim, Miss Margaret McKim, Miss Marian McKim, Mr. and Mrs. P. McFarland, Miss- Carrie L. Morton, Mr. and Mrs. 0- Norswerth. W. . T. Robinson, A. Simonius, W. F. Springer, Mr. and Mrs. K. Mtaber. ' .- , Per. str. Claudine.' for, Maui- ports. July 27. tt 1. Slogftett, Dr. CarroH. Nauseating Doyle Case in Federal .':.. Coor Besulti in Mis.. . triaL' - ;'-'.'.' .After balloting foe three hours and a half, tha jury iu the ease of Joseph Doyle and wife on trial, in tbo federal court on i statutory charge reported as being unable to agree at seven o'clock last night and the members were dis charged, ;,; ' "; .:. The case went to the jury about holf past three o 'clock, yesterday afternoon. When th -ease - opened ' yesterday morning, Dr. A. G. Hodgina was again placed on the Itan'd. Ob tha last hear ing tha doctor, refused to testify to Certain incidents in his professional practice, considering the questions priv ileged. Written authority was obtained yesterday while- tha- doctor was, on the stand, the patient releasing the doctor from his obligation and liability. ' Other witnesses called were Max Dlstler, Mrs. Viola Lukemt, Mrs. Kdnn Ferguson Doyle and Mrs, M, Ferguson. ' Attorney McBride announced at half- past ten o'clock yesterday morning that 'the- defense, rested its case. District Attorney McCtrn then addressed the jury, stopping in the midst of his ad dress to administer a verbal castiga- tion of a visitor in tho court room who interrupted him by laughing. This met with tho approval ot the court. . Attorusv McBrida then addrsasod the (jury,- after , which Judge demons de livered lis charge, to the jurors. . He instructed them that the fact of the marriage of the .defendants after the commission of their alleged oHeuses had no bearing on the question of their guilt,' and also inetruvtcd them that personal differences- between opposing counsel should not bo takeu iuto con sideration. .'-,. W'hea the case went to the jury, At torney. McBride., handed Court Clerk Augustus E. Murphy a chock for twen ty Ave dollars, the- amount of the fine imposed upon him by Judge demons for contempt of conrt last week, Hi ' ! 1 , E DP BOTE SUGSHPRIGES 'I am not DiVo of those- who woiibl wish others misfortune to help my own pocket," said J.VW.; Walilroo yester day, "but should any of the great Fyropean Powers go to war, whether Germany, Austria, Bussia, France, Fng land r Italy, tho price of sugar would go soaring, . . ".A great European war would prac tically wipe out the beet sugar indus try aud leave the cane growers master at the situation, ": ; This, sentiment was generally e.bocd on the streets of Honolulu yesterday. No other reason was advanced for the sudden return of activity on the. local stock exchange. There was compara tively heavy trading in the solid' divi dend paying plantation stocks. JURY FAILS TD MREftCH VERDICT z: Monday, July 27, lflll. NAMB OP STOCK c sir at eio uc a Alet. A Baldwin Ud.. IS.COO.000 tino! C B.IWf Co I3.Uuu.uu flIAA ' ' . ' I "-'I Bws... ......1 1WX) KukM .....I i,rou.oiii w. AjrkliHursl .... J.lMI.JKi: I'S! IT 1"! I... Hsw, Com. Sua. tw. 10 r.) Hsw. Sua. Co S.uno.nofl 311 100 25 Honoksa .......I ti.i'ji H0.1P01U.........1.....I ' JW.Wi Hinchinaoa .u IHn-l siioa Co. ...... .....I 1510, nm Kshuku ............ ...I i.nno.oan . 3 KekthS 5ut CO ..... UK Kolos ,. .TVj.fK.i MrBrrdt Bnc Co. Ltd. t.lfi.UK IU)1. HI in, at 2'- r,0SulM CO ........ I S.WI.ixi U I IS' 11 i: 1 1 IV Has Susar Co. Ud... S.ui.iv oms ........ I.Su.ub. laiihan Sua. Plsaw Cs I lo-uji": Pscdic 7.iW 50 Put I xz.ai tOU! IU) I'lill 10 li iuu' 2! Pcpeckeo 7'(i Pionw Mill Co....... ifflio ono! Wlus Asr. Co ..... 4.NO J Wailuku Sutsr Co.... AWO.i-ifj Wsinuuula ............ Zu trti Wounta Sugar Mia..,. lUMiu) IUU MiacatLMrsoos I , HiikuP PCe.ttd... PiO.Wol 10 20 rlaiku r r Co. Con.. Iuu.uni Hsw. Eltctric Co I T.IIOM Iuu . Ill 10S 36' Hi". Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd I I.2MI.K. Hsw, PincailcCfl ....I 1iiu.uo Huo R. R. to. Ptd I IM.S4U W 4 ..... 10 2U Hik) R. R. Co. Coi.... a.A,uui nunoium Drcwinc a 1 Maliuii.CO Ud..M.l soo.nrr- 2f ISH Hon. o Co, Pld ..... - I"hVk Hon, Uas Co. Com," :.& H. RT.iL Co, Com. ITiff.Aon Inter-Inland S. N. Co.. lhM Mutual Ttt.Co... JfV O. R. 4 U Co, 6.1. no Paliani Ptt, Co.,..v 0ifl 'AM 7 MX'1,,7 .... I. Mil .... lOOU'i I ! n'i IH r.,..n. 1 fc: Tsnjoai uiok Kub Co 9uo,mx ' Bonos ". '': UmtOot ' nanJ:n Hanutma Ditch Co .. au.OuOi Hsw. Com. Si Sugar Co. . '. I sec m,ooo Hawaiian IrrCo Ss ... . Sua.uou Haw. Ter. 4 p t (Ra- I himlin torfi) ain.ono Haw. Ttr. 4 p c Pun Iml l.sou.uuu Hiw.Trr. 4 p c PuO un1 Ser. I91J-ISI3 ,.l I.WWOftn Haw. Tr. 4U a.... . I I.C0j,uu. Haw. Ter. 4Vt b C......I l.w.i! Haw. Ter. 3 pe I.J44.0U0 Uiln O a S no ,1..,.. nil iwa.....rr..'...... 1,000.000) Hilo K. 5. CO. Rid. At . I Extn. Con. j 3.W0.H S6 Ronokaa Sua Co. a cl UHul Hon. (ja Co.. Ltd is.. 3ut),iX) Hoo.R.T.4LC.lBC Mltrio Kauai Rr Co. 61 4wi.om Kohala OitchCo. St.... iou.KK, McUrrda Snar Co., 5s ld.('' Mutual Tel. 4 130.01 N( )ira Con. (4 4,oiS.ni a r u uipc... 8aliu Suar Co. 5 c . ". laaStiearCo. tee... XiuO.uOu 103 to IS! ' I0O i 50 , W I0IJ4 .... i paciiic Uuaoo rcruiuwr Co.fa 400.000 Pacilk Sular Mill Co. as .... ikXXOOO Pioneer Mill Co. 5 p. b buO.tkiOl San Carlos Mill Co. p.cl 4M).0I. Was'ua Agr. CO.SP.C. Soo fietwesa Boarda. 1 ;wa 100, 10, -17.39; CO Haw. Sii;r. Co., 25.511; KlirOnhu Hug. Co, 13.0:1' 50 II. C. i 8, Co., 23.i;.V Session Sales. ... . Haw. Bug, Co., 10, D, 10, S.-SXiO; Hon. B. ft Mr Co., 5, 5, !!, 18.75j C Ououu-n, 18.50; 10 H. 4t a (!o., tio.25. CABLED SUGAR QUOTATIONS Sugar quotations received yesterd .y by the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Aaw riat'on front the ,Califo4ia and Hawa iian Sugar Befitting Company arc: i ) degree . test routrit'ugnls,' 3.-0, $ii:.-.M; 88 deg. analysis beets, s. 4d., 7(i.r,7. TRANSIT BILL SLEEPING Honolulu Stock Exch RAPID The Hdnolulu Baptd, Transit an. I Land' Company franchise bill has ap parently gono" to sleep' in a subcommit tee. , of the congressional eominitt.'o on Territories, C. G. Balleutyne said yes terday that no one tins been able to get action oit tha consideration of the bill in either the house' or senate. Practically the entire membership of congress la out In the field trying fur reelection.' The ' quorum" that nm-.i be present to legally trnusnot liiisine h is seldom actual. The DemocrntM hold just'eaough of their men in Wnhiinr- ton to ofThet the possibility of an ml Verse Republican vote oil uny admiuN tration measure that may coma up fur sudilen action, but according to all re- , ports there is yory little actual hu.-i- j ness being transactmi. The frnncliisn bill, says Mr.' Balleutyne,: will h:ive to : bo reported by the subcommittee to j the full committee and then passed on by the house. - As- adjournment bin been announces to tase eilcct nimr'. 1 the. end of Auunt the mensurn - v. il, 1 probably havo .to go over nulll the winter session. , . No Rail Orders. " The Rapid Transit Company has imt definitely decided on tho typo of rail to be used in the doublo tracking of King atreet and no orders have In -n placed. Biilleiitviie said ho could ni say how soon that work would be com menced.'.' A full stock of tics Is mi hand . undergoing the seasoning ami preservative process and stock and iua- terials other than runs ore Ijoin;; a-' , cumulated, no that wheii the .work in llMally undertaken it will be riiwlie l through to compietinir without del.;y. ; M"lntenan-a BUI Heavy. 'The company is Hfiending ten thoui-; and dollars a 111011th in replacements! aud repairs to ..keep its road bod in per- j fcc.t conditions. ,A lHrie shmo of tlio oxpeiidit'ire goea out to pay for lalmr ; and materials purchased in the home j market, The Honolulu Bapld Tnni.it and Laud' Company .is doing Its bIuhc j in the (icucrul maiutonance of pre . ( perity through employment tiveu in! wage-earners. I , WILL APPOINT AEBITEATC" I UEN KVA, Hwitnorland,' July 15. - Tho Swiss govviuineiit hus.neceeded to tho request made bv both tlroecc anil. Turhey for tho appointment of an ail.i j trator to settle the differences tetweer thosa two count rie in the event ot , the negotiations which are now goi n ; 011 at Smyrna "failing. A Graeio-Tin 1 i ihh comiiiiasiou in endeavoring to r.n- li ' a settlement of the emigration ques tion and the rxchauge of property !, j longing to Greek ami Turkish rvfuoi'd.f