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Frtn 8. F.i
Persia, Oct. 12.
Far 8. F.
China, Oct. 13.
Manama, Nov. C.
Makura. Nov. 5.
Evening Bulletin. Est 1882. No. 5364.
Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX.. No. 6405.
PBICB FIVE CENTO
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCT. 11, l!Ul 12 PAGES.
l I l r - m m - . if , l t I . i f
Separate Corporation Will Be
Formed to Handle Big Ir
"Waiahole Water Company, Limit
ed," will be. organized to develop the
water right tinder; the agreement
just made wltb : the government for
the benefit of Oahu Sugar Company's
plantation. Thia, Is about all that is
definitely settled' about the proposi
tion.' . According ..to common report,
the- larger private owners or water
right involved : have given their re
4 tpectlre c;Ucaa besides which there
lire rights cf wajrto be acquired from
various ewcera. of property; in . the vl
clnlty of the water resources. " .
No' steps have 'yet , been ' taken to
ward, nninclng t thev water company,
and will not be until after the formal
auctioning of the water license by
the ' government. rv It . has" been" esti
mated that, the works will; cost about
11,500,000, a tunnel . having to be drjv
: en through the Koolau range. Prob
! ably the capital atock will be around
that figure, and the talk of the street
,1s 'that there will be no difficulty
Ttbout.floaJ.lng.lt. Although, aa inti
' mated already; some negotiations for
j Incidental privileges are still pending,
It U cot thbught that there will, be
any trouble In that regard. The mag
nitude of the. enterprise and its un
told VccomlcalTOtan- fcardlytfairutO
, j tn?cU to all neighboring; interests
:tr.d prevent obstruction trom'compar-1
' aUycly Inconsequential considera
tions . 1
V-So far as appears on the surface of
things,, it ought" not to be many
' months until' actual work begins on
this "engineering enterpriser .which
will - add one more to . the great.' irri
gallon athieremnts that have help
ed. to?jn.ake the sugar industry -of Ha
waii, irld-famous. .
The governments rights have been
settled and the plans for the auction
of these rights were given I nthe Star
Bullttln yesterday.' The most Im-
portant private rights Involved, it is
stated,' are those ofL L McCandless
, at Waiahole and .Walkane, Mrs. Mary
.Foster1 and the Bishop, estate." This
estate; has lands on Hhe leeslde" of
the island extending up to the top' of
the range, it was .explained : today.
McCandless is understood to have
given an option on his rights expiring
the - first of next; year. ; ;" . ". 'T
Auction November 16.
- Advertisement will begin today or
tomorrow announcing November 16
as the date for the sale at pub
lic auction, of .the Waiahole
water license, which the Oahu Plan
tation has agreed to take at the upset
price oi 115,000 per annum, announce
ment of which was madev yesterday
in the Star-Bulletin. Anyone desir
ing to bid for the water license may
do so, but as the Oahu Plantation is
the only concern in a position to
handle it, . no other bidders are an
ticipated. RAINING AT ' WAIALUA.
At half-past one o'clock today word
was phoned in to the Star-Bulletin
from the Waialua plantation that a
steady, rain had been falling since
noon, estimated at three-quarters of
an inch at 2 p. m., and still raining,
with prospects of continuance for
5HE COMES FROM
Romance of "Old Country"
Culminates in Wedding
The culmination of a pretty ro.
mance, which began in Ireland, oc
curred last night when Miss Daisy
Grlffen became the bride of Mr. Wil
liam Dingle at St. Andrew "s Cathe
dral. Bishop Restarick officiated at
the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ken
nedy acting as best man and brides
H. E. HENDRICK, LTD.
Merchant and Alakea Phone 2648
A8sx.latl Press Cablel
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct 11. "Smoky" Joe Wood again held New
York's batters at his mercy today, and again the Red Sox defeated the
Giants on their own grounds, making the series two to one in favor of
the American leaguers.
Although Wood yielded nine hits, they were so well scattered that
New York could make but one run, while Boston's eight hits produced
three tallies. Each team had one error.
"Big-Jeff Tesreau started in the box for the Giants, but he could not
stand off the hard-hitting Bostonians and he was replaced by "Red" Ames.
The Bostons were fleet on the bases and in the fieldand every Nek York
rally was nipped in the bud.
Thescore: R. H. E.
New York 1 9 1
Boston 3 8 1
Batteries Wood and Cady; Tesreau, Ames ancr Myers.
Democratic Leader Fails to Put
- Up as Expected for the
L. L. McCandless. and the Demo
cratic leaders of this county, are on
the verge of another , break such as
helped to defeat McCandless two
This time it is not a matter of plat
form announcements, but of finances.
Ihe story from Democratic campaign
headquarters is that McCandless has
refused so far to contribute to , the
county campaign, and no secret is
made of the fact that the county.
campaign , - management resents a ' it
According!- to what the Democratic
leaders say,' , McCandless was ap
proached just before he left on his
present tour of Hawaii and Maui 'and
told that the party was very short of
cash; dangerously short, In fact He
was told that the campaign In this
county would help his chances a great
deal and that as a matter Of fairness
as, well as politics he ought to help
the party exchequer. ,
The.' story ? goes that ; McCandless
said' he was under considerable ex
pense In running bis own campaign
for Delegate, And " that just , then he
wasn't 'In a position to contribute.
His point has not been at all , well
taken by the county campaign man
agement, and one of the prominent
Democrats was frank in saying today
that McCandless' attitude had antag
onized the party here' to a consider
able extent, .v !-:X
According' to the "Inside" political
tips, the county campaign Is not at
all flush ot cash, . When the news
came out some days ago that the
management had secured a small cor
ner on the auto supply for election
day, It was supposed that the treas
ury must be full, but this is denied. -
Persia Sailing at 10 O'clock.
According to late advices received
at the agency of H. Hackfeld & Com
pany, the Pacific Mail liner Persia
from San Francisco is to arrive al
Alakea .wharf late this afternoon.
The vessel is listed for dispatch foi
Japan and China ports at 10 o'clock
Transport Nearlnq Port
The United States army transport
Logan from San Francisco is expect
ed to arrive at Honolulu early Sun
day morning with military and civil
ian passengers for this port as well
as Guam and Manila.
The troopship may receive a small
amount of coal during the stay at
Mr. Dingle came to Honolulu five
years ago and engaged in the carpen
try business. Back in the "old coun
try" he and his bride were school
mates and during the years that he
has been a resident of this city a cor
respondence Went on which finally
resulted in the pretty bride traveling
all the way from Dublin to Honolulu
to become the wife of her former
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of Mr. Thomas
Kennedy on Kalakaua avenue, where
the happy couple were the recipients
of many beautiful presents and were
given the congratulations of a host of
friends. The guests danced until the
small hours of the morning and dain
ty refreshments were served. The
bride cut the wedding cake, carrying
out the time-konored tradition.
After a short honeymoon at Hale
iwa, Mr. and Mrs. Dingle will be at
home to their friends at the residence
of Mr. Kennedy on Kalakaua avenue.
Commercial Bodies Casting
Around for Man to Go ta
. Jack Desha, .the Harvard student
whom Delegate Kuhio has , chosen as
his private secretary, will not be nam
ed representative - of the . commercial
bodies in Washington, if ' the j present
sentiment among leading members of
the Chamber of Commerce and fthe
Merchants' association holds . good
next winter..-., ,
The, resignation of George McK, Mc,-
Clellan has left , two bodies without
representative, at the national r capital,
and Desha, as .th? private secretary to
Ktt.bUJi Js to . JhenatttTsj" ,order; otsticn
Ces::dIStl, line for, the; Jobr but local
businessmen express the opinion: that
hfr half-faeither- the . Influence nor th?
experience to make-the kind of repre
sentative they "want at Washington.
Desha is highly regarded here, but
his youth Is against his getting1 the
position, as he had been planning, to
enter; the .Harvard law school when
his appointment as secretary to" Ku.
hlo sent him to Washington instead.
It was reported today, that both bod
ies "are Hooking around for a repre
sentative and that so far there has
been no, choice made.
The question of increase in wharf
age charges at all public piers in the
Territory will be : taken up by the
Board of Harbor Commissioners at
an early date, on the report of Com
missioner vvaKeneia, wno was re
cently appointed a committee of one
to investigate the situation. His re
port is now completed in part,; and
he said yesterday that he will recom
mend the increase in wharfage rates
as a result of the facts he has discov
ered in the course of his investiga
Below are given some of the fig
ures he has compiled, showing briefly
the general situation as regards both
private and public piers.
In all there are sixty-one wharves
in the Territory outside Oahu. Of
these twenty-six are Territorial
wharves and thirty-five are privately
owned. The majority are not really
enuuea tne aignity or the name
"wharf." as they are little more than
mere landings; in fact all the Ter
ritorial landings handle freight and
passengers by surf boat. Three pri
vate wharves land freight and pas
sengers direct from the vessel to the
pier; thirteen land freight by cable
and nineteen land freight by surr
The estimated value of the Terri
torial landings structures only is
$175,000 to $200,000; the Territorial
funds invested during the presenl
biennial period in government land
ings approximate $56,680, and the cost
of maintenance and repair for the
same period has been $19,500. The
revenue from the government land
ings on all these islands, which, as
already stated are outside Oahu, is
At nine private landings no charges
are made to consignees; at eleven
practically no business is done out
side that of the owners of the land
ings, and at twelve private landings
charges are made to consignees of
freight, and at three where general
freights are handled and charges
made, the landings show a loss to
the owners. These last three men-
(Continuetf on Page 2)
TURKEY'S STRONG MEN IN
HER PRESENT WAR CRISIS
Vc xim PASHA ; w i -The.'newi
war nlnlster, vrlio Is ex
pected to outline i wv to ocace. ,
Army Officers jn Honolulu Now
Watch UhWar Hews'
That the gravent militarj, problem
that confronts the Balkan states In
their united war;Vagaf nst Turkey, is
that of uniting h fact as well as in
name, is the opinion of well-posted
army, officers hert who are following
with keen interest the unrolling of.
the war man of Fistern "Eurooel 1 13t?
U6 uui cuucerieuiuau oi campaign i
the armies of Greece, Servia, 'Monte-1
negro and Bulgaria are more than a
match numerically for the Sultan's
troops. But will there be concerted
action under one head? That is the h
point on which local experts are
more than; doubtful. ' '
"It is 'bard to make out from the
brief newspaper dispatches just who
is beating who," said Lieut Col.
Campbell; adjutant, general of the De
partment of Hawaii, this morning.
"Naturally, every army officer is in
terested in the developments of any
war, for" every modern war teaches
Its own lesson, which the entire mili
tary of the world can profit by. How
ever, it's too early In the day, and too
tittle is known here of actual condi
tions, to permit of forming anything
like definite opinions.
FLAG RAISED TODAY AT
FROXT OF KAWChTS
Appropriate Exercises in Com
memoration of Notable
The flap-raising exercises, which
began at 1:45. are being held this
afternoon at the Liliuokalani School
in Kaimuki. The program for the
occasion is as follows:
1. Overture Hawaiian Dand
2. Introductory Remarks
H. G. Davis of Waialae, Palolo,
and Kaimuki Improvement Club
'&. Song School and Audience
...Geo. V. De Long Post. G. A. R.
Red. White and Blue" School
Flag Salute and Drill School
Oration Charles A. Cottrill
8. Finale. "Star Spangled Banner"
Led by Band
The flag-raising is under the aus
pices of the Waialae. Palolo and Kai
muki Improvement Club, assisted by
Miss Needbam. principal of the new
school. The flag salute and drill will
be performed by the pupils, who have
been trained for the occasion, and the
Grand Army ritual for flagraising
will be performed. Residents of the
district to display the national colors
in honor of the event.
MARSHAL GHAZI AHMED MOtKlI-
' V'.: ( TAR PASHA' ; v K -The
new irrand vizier. Abdnl Ham
Id kept him In Egypt twenty years to
keep -him out of I'onstanUnooIe. He
is one of Turkey's most projreisltd
"On the surface, thpugh,- it; ldoka "kat
though the Balkan states? would, 'have
an excellent chance of defeating Tur
key if there could be concerted action
under one leader. It has usually been
(Continued on page 3.)
NEW LILIU0KALANI SCHOOL
i . JK.... "J
Photo by Perkins
II. G. DAVIS
President of improTement clob t
Militaty. Experts Pronounce - Oim
Associated Pre CableJ " . ; V ;
P0D0G0RIT2A, Turkey, Oct. 11-The MontertegHne have eapturti
a Turkish fort on theborder after fourteen hourt of heavy flshtlnj.. ZsUi
aides have suffered heavy losses, : - 'v
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... - . . . v - ' - 1 "v. . ' ' .
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct. 11 Four hundred thousand Turk
Ith troops are now being moblllxed, and the organlxatloir of thla vatt arw
is pronounced excellent.: :v'."'-; . " " ;. ' x-ly.-;..-. f -.
N. Y. Murder Trial On
4 y - NEW YORK, N. Oct. Il-Mort tensatlonal .dtvetopmenta cama tai,
day In 'the trial of Police Lieutenant Becker on, the charge of corsrt.'rscy.
In tha kining of Herman RosenthaL tha: gambler.4 J An oyewltnexa cf t.1a
klHIna In front of the Metropole,' Thomas Ryan, a chauffeur, wat evl-nt!y;
terrorized by the gunmen and declined to Identify the auasllna.: Ansthajj
eyewitness, Giovanni-. SUnlch, swore on the stand today that fWhitijr?
Louis was the man who fired at least ona ahot ' Ha failed to Idtntlfy th
other three gunmen now on trial.
' . INDIANAPOLIS, Ind OcL;11. lx hundred and, twenty exhibits Mrtrf
put in today In the. trial of the alleged union dynarnltsrt, lnclu!-3 r-?;:ir
glne ' guna,ifuttbonhartlmelxrm.ic!;ckt. tntl..(tfyr,mlta..Me:t cf t.j art.
tides wera seized In the union vaulta here, soma In other citis . .
: 1 - rAsaoclated
" BiMAuiu iith. n. 11, Piftvidenuiiei and 300 miners have t!ii?v
ed in a pitched battle.' Two mlnere
of the strikers made.
Italian Airmen Expected to
Volunteer in Order to
Score on Turks
fn spite of the fact that .none of the
four nations now hurling defiance at
Turkey across the Balkans; or , the
army of the crescent itself, have any
regular aerial" fleet, it is-likely that
before war has been in progress for
any length of time, all five nations
will have their air scouts ready to do,
and very likely die, for the cause
they have espoused.
"It will be interesting to see how
IVERS GRIEVED' AT
It was not the alleged cloud of
title on his home at Punahou that
was worrying "Dick Ivers this morn
ing, but a doggoned piece of imposi
tion, as he looked at It, on the part
of the tax office.
"I wanted a dog tag," said Mr.
Ivers, "and instead of giving it to
me for ten cents they send me a bill
Announcements made at the Board
of Health this morning indicate that
plans for a renewed and vitalized
anti-tuberculosis campaign have been
matured and that work along the
lines set out commenced several
weeks ago. The Anti-Tuberculosis
League is to direct the machinery, as
it has been doing, and the board it
self and the private philanthropic in
stitutions which have become indis
pensable, such as the Palama Settle
ment, will figure largely.
During the past year, according to
statements by the directors, the anti
tuberculosis league has obtained ' re
(Continued on page two.)
' a'i iHii'mi J
Press Cablil s i : . v v
hava bean wounded and many arrt;U
many adventure-loving-French an J
Italian aviators fly to Join the various
armies,- said 1 Major NV- FV McClure.
Fifth Cavalry; this nSorning, In dis
cussing' the subject in 'which, every
nny officer here is much interestedr :
"I. don't believe '-It will be much
trouble for "all the five v nations to
raise airship- fleets." ' '
There seems to bea well founded
supposition that' Italian airmen will
volunteer their-services to the Greek
army,- In order to get a chance - at
the Turks in Southeastern Europe, as
well as in Morocco, where Italian
army fliers have: been operating .with;
success against the Turkish forces.
for $1.10. Now, I didn't own the dog
on January 1st, and. don't se thabl
owe for the dog license this year." V
"If you go into that tax office" re
marked Judge Wilder,, who' had ? Just
come out of the same place, they'll
skin you good and plenty." .
Nevertheless the aggrieved citizen
did go in. He probably came' out
with a $1.10 dog tag and tag receipt.;
BIG RALLY TO
The Republican campaign for both V
Territory and county will open with
what promises to be a banner mass:
meeting at Aala park tomorrow
night. There is a long list of speak-, ,
ers, each of whon will deliver ar
rapid fire address on the vital issue
of the campaign, and its relation to
Honolulu and Hawaii. Twenty min
utes Is the longest time allowed any
speaker, Kuhio being"- allotted thaf
time to talk to his constituents. Most;
of the speeches, though,, are one-mln
uate snapshots, which will give the
crowd plenty of talent and not" too;.
many words. - r 'Jr
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