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U. S. WEATHER BUREAU, J-JI.Y 9. Last 24 hours' rainfall, .07.
Temperature, Ma?. 84; Min. 74. Weather, variable. SUGAR S6 Degree Test Centrifugals, 3.734375c.; Per Ton, $74.6875 S3 Analysis Beets, 8s avid; per Ton, $76.00. VOL. XLIV., NO. 7463. HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1906. PRICE FIVE CENTS 5a s' if STA BAWLS DOWN TWO EMINENT THE LONG PIPE HESITATE Expert Gets Some In- Lane and Achi Cannot side Information at Both Go to County the Dam, Convention. SECRETARY OF WAR TALKS TO REPUBLICANS OF NORTH CAROLINA (Associated Press Cablegrams.) GREENSBORO, North Carolina, July 10.- Secretary Taft ad dressed the North Carolina Republicans here last night on the eve of the State Convention. j 6 0 The pumping out of the accumulated water iu the big trench at the Nuuanu dam is not turning out to be the snap that x was looked for. All day yester- The wicked Mr. Achi is afraid, and Senator John Lane dasn't. That is about the political situation in the Eighth Precinct of the Fifth District. .day 'a big steam pump kept a stream of Both of these gentlemen are very dis muddy water turned into the streambed tinguisheJ statesmen. Mr Lane has below the dam and on the other side of said, and has said that Mr. Achi the corewall, where the depth of water agrees with him, that it is a thankless seems to be just as much as on the up per side, a two-man hand pump was worked continuously. In spite of this only the upper part of the trench was emptied, the inflow on the lower levels yesterday afternoon seemingly keep ing just about even with the pumps. task to be distinguished, and that he doesn't want to be, a bit neverthe less, the distinction is hi?, and he has a Sunday school class, and there you are. Mr. Achi also has distinction. He has been a member of the Territorial Senate, and has managed campaigns, Today another steam pump will be put I and has the added distinction that a J Q good many better men, perhaps, are I $ afraid of him. So he can not get away 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ARE INDICTED AS AGRARIANS -Li Four Hundred and Forty-Six Russian Peasants Are Made to Feel the Weight of the Wrath of the Czar. A. J?"! v. to work and it is hoped that the bot tom of the core wall will be exposed sufficiently for examination by this evening. The inflow appears to be principally on the lower side of the core wall, at one point two streams of clear water spurting with a considerable force from the rocky side of the cut. This Is the point referred to by Patterson as a proof that the accumulated water in the trench is from artesian springs and : not seepage water, as claimed by How- land,..,..,. .. ... ... . . - Nor is the work of sinking the test opening at the end of the core wall getting ahead very fast. Expert Kel logg has asked that a bigger crew of men be put at work at that point, and today a doubled force will be shoveling. Even with this it is going to take until Friday to reach the suspected ground. CRAWLED THROUGH THE PIPE. In the meantime Mr. Kellogg is de voting his time to an examination of what work lie can see. Accompanied from his distinction, eitherl Now, it so happens that each of these gentlemen, both of whom are parlia mentarians and that is more distinc tion wants to jro to the next-Republican County convention, and both live in the same precinct. As they represent opposite political factions, of course they can not both go to the conven tion. Mr. Lane, to add to his troubles, has been repeatedly beaten in that precinct by the bad Air. Achi. In fact, Mr. Lane never did beat Achi there but once, and that was when the la mented Lorrin Andrews showed him how to do it. But, while Achi has repeatedly beaten Lane, there are some present cogent .reasons why Achi himself should fear to put his own fortunes to the touch in the primaries, aside from the fact that it would never do for a man seeking a nomination for Super-visor-at-Large to be beaten in the primaries. So Achi will not be a can- 0 0 0 0 "r " ?7 ' 4W' SECRETARY OF WAR. TAFT. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 (Associated Press Cablegrams.) NIJNI NOVGOROD, July 10. Four hundred and forty-six peasants have been indicted for participation in agrarian disorders. CAVALRY REGIMENTS MUTINY. TAMBOV, July 10. The cavalry regiments have mutinied and barricaded themselves in their barracks. DISPERSED BY COSSACKS. ST. PETERSBURG, July 9. Numerous political demonstra tions yesterday were dispersed by the Cossack troops. EMPEROR INSPECTS HOSPITALS. . ORANIENBAUM, July 9. The Emperor Nicholas and the Empress inspected the. hospitals here today. DEATH SENTENCES COMMUTED. TIFLIS, July 9. Fearing uprisingsthe government has com muted the death sentence of 27 mutineers to terms" of short imprisonment. The Republicans have never quite given up the hope that it is possible to win and hold North Carolina permanently. The State was an old Whig strong- hJ1(1 tere . .1'"' aD(1 wa? driven into the Democratic fold because of. the race "issue. " rr-t, !.- ONE AMERICAN DI&5 OF CHOLERA. MANILA, July 10. Twenty-one new cases and ten deaths from cholera were reported yesterday. One of the dead was an American. GREAT BRITAIN RESUMES RELATIONS WITH SERVIA LONDON, July 10. Diplomatic relations have been resumed between Great Britain and Servia. by C. H. Smith, the engineer on the didate for delegate from that precinct. work, he crawled on hands and knees through the long wooden pipe in the bottom of the gulch, getting inside in formation as to its construction and (Continued on Page 4.) HEfAUS BY RESTORED PUUIWL MUB0E8 KOUEST IS HELD The inquest on the body of Magnus Folktward who was shot to death at Auwaiolimu on the night of June 30, was held last night at the police sta tion, Coroner Kalakiela conducting proceedings. Attorney Correa asked for a stay of proceedings until Attorney G. D. Gear appearing for the prisoner under ar rest in connection with the shooting, returned from Kauai. The request was denied. Dr. D. R. Judd testified that the cause of Folktward's death was a bul let wound in the body. " Pelekina (w) testified that A. Car valho and the deceased had a fight in a house on the night of June 30, Car- vaihr heins- worsted. The men were separated and Carvalho left the house She went to bed and heard two shots fired in the house. That was all she knew of the murder. Mary Opeka testified along the same lines as the Drevious witness. Several of the people in the house were drunk and she was in a similar condition AftPr'rarvalho went away witness "went to her room and remembered nothing until a police officer woke her up next morning. Folktward only been to her house twice. After considering the evidence sub- Atted, the jury returned the following jfLfrerdict: "That the deceased, Magnus .toiKi r ward, came to his' death from a gun shot wound, administered by a person unknown to this jury." The jury consisted of H. J. Mossman, J. Grace, Ed. Wongham, Poki, Kau hina, Geo. Karratti and J. Chamberlain. had but will venture his f 6rtunes on a ticket to be headed by some man whom he can trust. BOTH ARE AFRAID. Lane, on his part, knows perfectly well that he would be a shining mark for the Achi men if he did put himself on his own ticket. Mr. Lane does not like being a shining mark. It is bad enough to be distinguished, and to have the thanklessness of that, with out giving the hoi polloi a chance to display its ingratitude by voting for the other fellow. The hoi polloi al ways did like to sit on the fence wit a hatful of bricks and hit every head in sight. Distinguished men all know that. Wherefore, Mr. Lane will not head his own ticket in the Eighth of the Fifth. As Mr. Achi will not. Both are afraid or one is afraid, and the other dare not. You can take your choice as to which is afraid. But the Lane Sunday school class had a big meeting on Sunday morning, as Sen ator Lane said that they would. "Yes, I was there," said Brother Jim Quinn yesterday. "They did not do a thing not a thing." Brother Quinn has got so used to the roasting of the wicked Mr. Achi by that Sunday school class tnat perhaps it does not count for much in his mind, any more. Habit can accustom men to anything. As a matter of fact, the whole meeting was devoted to the roasting of Achi. That is about all the Sunday school class ever does. It is said to be getting quite adept at it although really it does not seem to cut much ice with Achi. Politicians about town are getting to be somewhat impatient of tne effort being made to lose everything else in the fitrht for the Shrievalty of Oahu county. 'There are some other things at stake," said this gentleman, himself a prominent Republican. "We can not afford to sink everything in the battle for the control of the police depart ment. Indeed, I venture to tninn that - y - 4-- I . -. i OVtn tne ijegisiaiuie is uiuiE mi- THE SCORE THE KING When the young King Alexander of Servia and his wife were brutally mur dered in their palace by officers of the Servian army, who were afterwards in strumental in offering the crown to Peter Karageorgovitch, descendant of a rival house, several of the powers at once broke off diplomatic relations with Servia as an impressive demonstration of their disapproval of the manner in which the new king had secured his throne. For a long time the Servian monarch seemed to fear to remove the assassins from the public service, and for so long as any of them continued near him neither England nor the United States would accredit a representative to his country. Recently, however, the last of the regicides have been retired. The United fetates resumed relations with Servia some little time since, land has followed in the same lines. Now Kng- T. G, Thrum Finds Many Finding of ths Original ft Temples on Kauai. temples Seventy-five heiaus, or ancient Ha- xniit tempies, inciuumg sues, were located by T. G. Thrum, the statis tician, on the Island of Kauai during a visit which ended last Sunday anese, added to those already known on this island, Maui and Hawaii, run the total number of located up to about 240. Mr. Thrum's visit to Kauai was es pecially in the interest of the location of heiaus, traces of which are dis appearing as years go by. All these seventy-five, however, were fairly well defined. In one instance, Mr. Thrum iuuiiu a. neiau wnere pnysicai evl .3 - , . . i , ucucts muic-aieu recent use. It was the one found at Polihale, and was built for devotion to the goddess Laka, (hulas), and was known to have been used for ceremonial rites even up to the time of Kalakaua. There are little mounds of stones piled up on the edges of two of the four terraces, which ap pear to have been of recent placin These terraces run back 104 feet into the cliff. "XT rr.1 . -m. aiiruiii was accompanied over Kauai by J. K. Farley. The heiaus Proclamation of Rear Admiral Thomas. RESTORATION" ANTHEM. Hail: tu our rightful kins! We joyful hi nors bring This day to thee. Long live your majesty: Long l-eigr. tftis dv nasty; And for posterity The scepter be. Hail! to the worthy Karae! Worthy his country's fame, Thomas the Brave Long shall they virtues be, Shrined in our memory, Who came to set us tree Quick o'er the wave. Praise to our Heavenly King! To Thee our thanks we bring; Worthy of ail; Loud, we Thine honors raise, Loud is our song of praise, Smile on our future days, Sovereign of all. Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, July 31, 1843. Copied by Moses K. Kekuaiwa. SECRETARY ROOT HAS REACHED PORTO RICO SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, July 10. The cruiser Charleston, with Secretary Root on board, has arrived here. The Pan-American conference, at which the Secretary of State will be pres ent, convenes at Eio Janeiro on Thursday of this week, and after attending this he will visit several of the South American republics. For part of the trip thj Chilean government has put a man-of-war at Secretary Root's disposal. VERY CHEAP FARE FROM EUROPE TO AMERICA i HAMBURG, July 10. Because of the emigrant rate war, the cost of passage to New York has been reduced to $2.50. Oh, but there was great rejoicing in Honolulu on the 31st of -Tuly, in the year or our r-ora isii, ana ior severe; days thereafter. That was the date upon which Rear Admiral Thomas of the British navy issued his proclama- This, of course, is for third-class passage, and must be pretty nearly tho record for cheap travel. TO INCLUDE INTERNAL REVENUE. found were scattered from Mana to tion restorinS the sovereignty of these portant. (Continued on Page 4.) Haena. A few were in fair condition. wui, 01 course, an were in rums. Measurements were made of a number of the temples and no two were found alike. Among the most noted of the tem ples listed was the one at Hauola at Waiawa and close to the new home of A. F. Knudsen. This is a platform hei au of two divisions, measuring 136x173 feet. It is, perhaps, in the best con dition of all those seen. The largest x (Continued on page 7). islands to the King, Kamehameha III, and it was made a time of general rejoicing among tne wnoie peopie, uy order of the King, iou can read all about it in the histories. In delving among the archives stored in the loft of the Capitol building. Custodian Lydecker of the Archives Commission has found the original of the proclamation of restoration issued ;v -Admiral 1 nomas, in command 01 all the British forces in the Pacific. It (Continued on page 7). I WASHINGTON, July 10. The Civil Service Commission has recommended the inclusion of the employes of the internal revenue department in the classified service. : FALLIERES DINES LONGWGRTHS. PARIS, July 10. President Fallieres gave a brilliant dinner last night at the Elysee to the Longworths. The officials of the government, and the members of the diplomatic corps attended. . TURKS FIGHT BULGARIAN BANDS, three SALONICA, July 10. The Turkish troops annihilated Bulgarian bands, killing ninety-two. The Turks lost twenty. DEWEY REACHES 0L0NGAP0. OLONGAPO, July 10. The drydock Dewey has arrived here.