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- CAN - FHANCJCCO, Nov. v 12. 4
f With rixtc:n preci.-cts in'-the
4- Cute'-ir.::tr.3.:." thi fluraiity cf
Th:ei:re Hscstvcit cvtr Ccver- 4
4 r:r 7:!;;n in ,tu: rectr.t pre:!-
Ccr.lia! election tr-.'t to C2 this 4
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Lrzx?cctccl Incrc.cc3 Jump
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Incrfc;iaj the capacity cf the coal
in- r!ant .t Pearl Harbor to doubla
that cri-ir.-Iiy.ccntemriated. together
with the citcncicn cf the drydock
end other minor additions,' has
trcusht the total cost of Hawaii's na
val base close "to -the ?15,C0O,O0O mark;
To date the naval authorities ' here
have not -heard oEcially of Xhe exten
sion cf the coal storage plant; but
rrercj di; patches; from W'ashingtoa
carry the news, and its" authenticity
Is" not questioned by the nary engin
eers; - ." ; - .' ; V ';. - -i' '"'.";,.;
The Pearl Harbor navy, yard 1 Is
growing '. with ; mushroom .- rapidity.
Vhere a few months ago there 1 was.
nothing but barren acres of scrub
and Iantana. steel and' concrete build
ings ' now stand in various stages of
completion. The ring of hammers and
the rattle "of the riveting machines
mingled with? the rumble of heavy
yard , trains, .shunting their loads of
Clpe "and structural steel from point
to point, or hauling stone ? and dirt
from excavations Ito . fills. ; Pearl , Har
bor is one vast hive of constructive
ctivlty, and the next few months
will see evea, more startling develop
ments.. V -- ':!' -:- s;' --.'f
v; Pearl Harbor is ; probably Hawaii's
Treatest Industrial concern at the pre
sent time,1 About 500 men are employ
ed in all, at an average of $3 per day;
a pay-roll of 11500 per day, or about
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to the frcnt zzl ccn-
zl2 to ell Intents ar.i
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titive fcr U Vc::ar.o
:vcr, fceer:': 't c! V.:? valu
:t fell to C.2 let cf
1 t':-t tt.2 lar:-c-t!n3
In t!.3 I cc-:s:icn
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. v.3 aain' cITered for
(C:r iir.i :d cn.pa:$ two.) V
reside in this city, going out-to the
new navy yard 'every morning .on a;
special train that leaves . Honolulu : at
7:15, and returning on; a special that i
wiMt..ftfV.' Afflwr:'hft Tins npl
Icharge of everything connected with
Pearl Harbor, under Admiral Cow -
loo mnrori hla nRro from iha Mnnnliiln
40 ooo for the workln' month" Most - questing, . - the ; resignatioh of Gov. lasia, replies to the statement .by Dr.
of this rcev coms directly. to Hono-' case ,the. new president does tTrotter, chief quarantine officer.- yes
,:.. JtiL gome of the wa-e earn- Lot find the resignaUon awaiting him terday. v Mr. Webster has sent , the
ers li ve at Watertown mo-1 of them when he takes': office Tiext.arclC- In ' following letter to the Staf-CullcMa r
Na'val StaUon to the harbor a lltUetWiMcCandless-wUvecandK
over almonth ago.Wthe to
civil engineers and their assistants
are now literally on c the job- every,
moment of;the Ume." : i -,tV; -H
"AH the work Is progressing as well
as;ve could wish -for" said Civil 'Engineer-
Gayler; to a - Star-Bulletin f re
ported who visited Pearl Harbor yes
terday. You ; can see for ; yourself
though, that with so many -different
arrangements,' Pearl Harbor is. a b.Ig
ger . proposition than it appears ob
paper. The drydock ' itself,, and ' the
building ; c-r.ttrvctlon is ' being done
by contra c U vhil i the government is
building the coaling plant,' improving
the water ! front, making severs '- and
roads,, and doing' k dozen other things
at the same time Of course each con
tractor-has- bis separate plant, office
force and construction gang, so yon
see that Ihere are a good many ends
to be Lz 1 1-together V- all the time.
Everything. Is .running, smoothly, Im
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...iLihi: I. sr.- , -Riant C 'yc:n - r;j.
.Drc'1 ;r i:
frc:n yc::r cfflc? to D-::-
'Yours .vrry f:.
: -That wicj, tt least, of theloccl
Democratic Vi:o.rty Ms clett mined to
get Governor Frcnr's cfliciil scnln
was.'eviitnt thl3 mornlns-.vhca Chair
man M.;C. Pactoco of the Democratic
Territorial.; Central .-CcrJmitteo i an
nounced that the- Gov. ruor would be
actively. '-exposed ca tue' ground that
under ni3 aaministrauoa mere naa
I een an unwalrantabte influx: ot, Filipino-
labcr." 'y:A-'i::: f':':
The initnrgraUoa question Is to be
raised .before . Wilson, ? jrhen he be
comes presidents as 'a. reason for re
..wemocrws: .rwr prepanns ;
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.rear's j6mqv ;JfU
lCe. Otv BO wiia , CBairmau ui .
Jb. Tutorial party and other mem,
K' : 9?itt facUo ulaly known
i,U - lvV" .wauie ja inuuwr
iiai,; i3 iuwoEi sure i? ueau ue cam
paign to get' Fjear's. official" head, ac
cording to the present outlook.' Chair
man Pacheco ; announced this', morn':
Ing ' that ; the ; committee 7lll incet: in
a short time to canvass the guberna
torial ' Bituationand 'deqlared emphat
icallyj that . so - f ar . aa he f and many
other Democrats are; conjcerned, there
is, no intention of .allowing Frear to
remain in office without a protest- to
the ' Democratic president, .rbTvvi
r rWe Jiold that we -should have an
immediate change in the ; governor's
chair;"- said Pacheco If - this tnrning.
"and there need be no misunderstand
ing as to our. position" : AVe axe going
to fight Frear.;, Under! Is admlnis;
tratlon there has 1 been no; advance
along !-. traditional American, Mines : in
the .Territory: "We believe in, immi
gradon that helpstoi'man'the land
" .(Continued frcm Pagt.S)
re, c:r ir,
crntmr th3 chcrrc3
rn:-r.-:r3 cf thy .'lahura y: y
cf inennitnry cenfitiens and r.' '
at Quirrntina Island, two fc
r.: ml crs cf tho tarty, thnt r;c . J
tninci in Quarantine, have writtci to
lh3 i:tir-Lui!:Ua, their statemeni t
' Thi .2.1::ce3' Nash -are residents cf
Denver, Cel., and are now stcprinj at
the Pleasanton Hotel. v
Ed jar F. Webster,-;-; genefal man
aged cf R. O. . Dun .& Co..T for Aizitra
CDstr- A.nsv.Trs Vt. Trcttrr.
V Sir:4)r..Trotter can not dismiss -ia
his 'bold statement of contradiction ah
orrlral h.ro nV';: ISioaHatr lao - iWo
suhaii obseryatioar as' appeared
in your Issue of yesterday are as, weak
1 as - his excuse for . detaining Aid on the
Island. He. must say which part cf our
plain statements tof fact is exaggerat
ed and which part is untrue. We can
and will in the proper place and at the
proper time .substantiate'; more than
I was contained in the said statement.
Dr. Trotter scouts the idea of - the
contractor, making, a' handsome profit
out of the food '.supplies.. Very well,
but let him say who did make . the
profit. - Someone certainly - 'did well
out of it, as the third-cla passengers
paid more than the maximum value at
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BAIL OCT T02I0nC0Tt AT l. :"
' ,The Pacific Mail - steamer Blongolia
docked -here this afternoon shortly be
fore ; 3 o'clock. She brought 178 Fili
pino" laborers ' for : the f "sugar planta
tions of Hawaii, and 200. tons Orient-;
al cargo for .the territory. lShe .car
ried but a small: number of passengers
from: Japan. She, will remain 4a. port :
until 19 o clock - tomorrow morning ( .1
C1NCHAM, Utih. f.'2v:
and tfcs e'er'-trthsriffj I .rj t j rr.zn
th;t and fataily Irj-.rxi. ,-TJ.:y c'!:i :
ficulty that th -;:.' J cff;c:rs ar.J t
th. town. ' ;; V:.''" : ' :' - ". "
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NEW .YORK,' N. Novemtsr fcr :
plicity In the murder of Herman Heat. -thai, t. i i
Bang, shot, and killed corns months a at th? r ':.
taurant in the newtenderloln diitricS cf this c .,
jury. which Vvilt .'try. the men w tz.-.;l:'.-i t' !j r ;,'
ia packed, and the Interest in ths trial L
; RIEKA,. November 12. A fores of llzhur.tzrir.i
tcf and captured the fortress of ,Trkazzh, on the L
loss was heavy. - The Turks were driven cut with tr:;
and munitions.; . : ' : .. ' -''--"',-.
- Harry Irwin, the attorney of Hilo,
is ' the latest aspirant : for territorial
office under the Bourbon adainistra
i i a c'
Tress Cahi .
? cf '
ticnl now -c-nn: -tlr 'V
Irwla -arriv,d th;.- m ; tr
and the, story immclla- v
rounds that ta Is' a ca :
attorney gtneralihlp. .1; : .
prominent rrart ia the v;;',; l
Hawaii 'contingent;-at tha lalll:
convention. t : ,; . . .t --
Joe, Coheir, is aa adilt!: to D:
cratlc fanks it r was , 'n ; ; r : -1 t :
The story 13 that Joe J;:; :: t: ? r
ocratlc club'of the Csventh i;::
Fourth; 'district' last rijh t. -