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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1905
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REAR. END COLLISION
Dr. Julius Goebel Driven Out of Stanford's
Faculty -Appointed to Post ,of
Mimic Warfare Boats To Attack Marc Island. Belief That
Mikasa Was Blown Up. Rockefeller Predicts
Hard Times in f 1907.
: RENO, (No.v.) September 19.
Fou'r trains, two passongo'f'and two
freights, are reported, in the-ditch
at Harney, a small station on the
Southern' Pacific between Battle
"Mountain and "Winncmucca, about
150 miles from-Rono, Tho report
was confirmed' from the dispatch
er's oflice at Sparks to-night. "
' Eighteen hours late tho passen
ger trains wrecked at Hat noy ar
rived in Reno this evening. In
nearly every car, of one section in
jured passengers were being cared
for. They are being taken to San
Francisco for treatment. The in
vestigation into the cause of tho
awful smash up is now in progress.
Indications point to tho , fact1
though this is noUgiven out by the
railroad officials that responsibili
ty avill be 'placed either upon the
train crew in charge of the third
section of the passenger train or
.the flagman sent out by thb second
section. The flagman, whose name
is withheld for some reason, went
back' eleven telegraph poles, plac
ing torpedoes and waving his lan
tern. After ho had, as ho thought,
flagged his train he started back.
The scene of the wreck is around a
curve. Qn'.his way back ho heard
tho report of a torpedo, and the
next momont- the train, with all
brakes applied( dijshed by him and
into tho rear coach of U13 second
GOEBEL-GOES TO A HIGH POST.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20.
Driven out of the faculty of Stan
ford University under such condi
tions that he lias preferred serious
charges a'gaiiisc President David
Starr Jordan, scholastic vindica
tion has come to Dr. Julius Goebel
in the shape of appointment to the
chair of Germanic languages at
At the same time there Jias been
a renewal of tlio efforts of Dr. Goob
el's partisans to compel action by
Stanford trustee's upon the charges
against President Jordan. A de
velopment that lends national in
terest to tho quarrel of tho scholars
is now, for tho firsrt tinr.e, made
public hero-the fact tht tlio dis
pute had its beginning in an un
successful' attempt by President
Jordan to make Dr. Gopbel re'traci
and apologize for an academic
criticism of One of Prcsident,Roose
velt's books. "Tho Winning of tho
West," though Roosevelt 'had nei
ther asked for. nor desired any
recantation by tho Sanford pro
fessor. - . .
Tho offer of tho Harvard chair
was mado by President Eliot 'after
Dr. Goebol's removal from tho
Stonford faculty and aftor'io had
been denied a hearing. Dr. Goebel
refused to accept tho appointment
until President Eliot had mado -a
thorough roviow of tho Stanford
incident. Ono of the, trustees of
Stanford University mado a ,com
ploto statement qf the case in
writing 'and it ' was placed in the
hands of President Eliot, who,
after a review of the rase, imme
diately renewed his offer to Dr.
Goebel and it was nccopted.
SAID NORWAY CANNOT ACCEPT
CHRIS1IANIA, Sept. 11. The
tone of the Norwegian newspapers
indicates that the negotiations be
tween tho commissioners of Nor
way and Sweden regarding the
dissolution of the union have
reached an impasse, Norway being
unable to accept the conditions laid
down by Sweden.
The "Dagbladet" commenting
on Sweden's refusal to discuss an
arbitration treaty until Norway
had accepted the Swedish condi
tions, declares that even war
would bo preferable to. a peace
bought at tho expenso of national
The papers publish a report that
Russia is seriously considering tho
establishment of a naval port on
the Munnanian coast, probably at
MIMIC WARFARE IN UPPER BAY
VALLEJO, Sept. 19. Maro is
land and tho adjacent straight will
be the sceno of a mimic warefare
on Thursday next. A torpedo
boait flotilla, composed of tho des
troyer Preble and the torpedo boats
Farragut, Davis and Fox under the
direction of Lieutenant-Commander
R. F. Lopez, will endeavor to
slip into the harbor, under cover
of the darkness, and capturo tho
If the invaders - reach certain
points, they will bo considered win
ners. For this attack powerful
searchlights will be placed on tho
high elevations of tho island, and
several largo tugs, armed with ono
pounders and commanded by the
crow of the transport Lawton, will
bo on the lookout to aid in repell
ing tho invaders. The local ma
rino corps will bo out, under tho
command of Major James E. Ma
honey. A maneuver of such proportions
has never befora beon attempted
BELIEVES PLOTTERS BLEW
LONDON, Sept. 12. Tho sink
ing of tho Mikasa is looked upon
by Britis)i naval men as a sinister
omen of tho desperate feeling of
the opponents of tho present Jap
aneso Government, for no other ex
planation of the catastrophe is ad
vanced hero but that tho famous
Japanese flagship was sunk through
the machinations of soino plotter
against tho Government.
SEES HARD TIMES AHEAD.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. Colonel W.
II. Moore, president of tho Nation
al Good Roads' Association, who
in the New York "American" of
Juno 11th was quoted as" saying
that John D. Rockefeller had told
him that America's greatest panic
was coining in 1907 and 1908, to
day again quotes Mr. Rockefeller
as predicting a "hard times crisis''
for these yofors. Mr. Rockefeller
saidj ho adds, "that where there
were 8,000,000 mon.out of work in
1893 there will be from 7,000,000
to 10,000,000 in idleness when tho
next siege of hard times is upon us.
"Tho statement was mado to me
ina conversation with the oil king
some time ago," said Colonel Mooro,
''and he declares that the Govern
ment should not wait until tho
hour of peril arrives, but should
provide for tho idle and be prepared
to care for them when the crisis ar
rives." "Mr. Rockefeller bases his state
ment on tho fact that over produc
tion in all lines will bring the crisis.
We were talking good roads' at tho
time, and it was his idea that pro
per legislation . should be enacted
so that idle men could be put to
work bullding'roads when tho timo
PAXTON SUCCEEDS ROLPH.
HONOLULU, Sept. 25 Elmer
E. Paxton, formerly with B. F.
Dillingham & Company, is to suc
ceed Geo. M. Rolph as assistant
manager of Alexander & Baldwin,
and secretary of the various Alex
ander & Baldwin corporations.
Mr. Rolph leaves tomorrow by
the Sonoma for San Francisco to
take the management and control
of tho Crockett Refinery and carry
on tho refinery business for tho
Sugar Factors' Company. This
will include not merely tho opera-
ration of tho refinery, but the mar
keting of tho product, tho securing
of customers for the refined sugar
which will be mado. In addition
there are tho beet sugar interests
in California connected with the
refinery which will supply a part
of tho raw product of the refinery.
Mr. Rolph is a secretary and a di
rector of Alexander it Baldwin as
well as of most of the sugar planta
tions and other corporations owned
and controlled by Alexander &
Baldwin. Mr. Paxton.will succeed
him in all these positions.
In addition, Mr. Paxton will re
main as secretary and manager of
the Sugar Factors' Company. Ho
is able to do this because ho has al
ready accomplished practically all
of the initiatory work of tho Sugar
Factors' Company, such as the ar
rangements for shipping and rates
and for the Inauguration of the re
finery project. From now on there is
comparatively little to do at this
ond. The great work of tho Sugar
Factors' Company now is in Cali
fornia in beginning and carrying
on the Crockett Refinery. This Mr.
Rolph leaves tomorrow to go and
CASTAWAYS ON A LIFE RAFT,
PORTLAND, Sept. 20. A brief
messago from Marshfield,,Or., was
recioved by the Oregoniari to-night
which stated that four men and a
woman on a life raft were sighted
some distance off shore at a point
fourteen miles south of Bandon,
Or., at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
John Sidnam, who sighted tho
castaways, said that thero could bo
no mistake, and that ho spent over
an hour trying to signal to thorn.
Sidnam added that all five, of tho
occupants of the raft were standing.
Ho could not discorn whether or
not there wero any provisions on
STANDARD OIL GO'S
. N. Y. BANK ROBBED
Forgers Secure Handsome Sum.-Taft Declares
That The Filipinos Are Unfit For
William J. Bryan En -Route to Honolulu. Suez Canal
Closed. Death in Honolulu of A. W. Pearson,
Manager of the Hawaiian Gazette Co.
Sugar 9G deg. test, 3.6875. Beets, 8s. 7id.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Securities to the amount of thirty Bix
hundred thousand dollars have beon obtained by forgery from the Na
tional City Bank.,
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. Secretary of War Taft has left for .
LONDON, Sept. 29. T. .Edgar Pemberton tho dramatist is dead.;
MOSCOW, Sept. 29. General Stoessel has suffered a stroko of pa
ralysis. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 28. Secretary Tafthas declared the. .
Filipinos unfitted for independence for another generation.
SUEZ, Sept. 28.-- Tho canal may remain closed indefinitely own
ing to the debris therein.
HONOLULU, Sept. 28 Arthur W. Pearson, manager of tho Ha- ,
waiian Gazette Company, died at 2:30 o'clock this morning at his home
Alexander Street from Brights disease.
(Arthur W. Pearson came to the islands from;California in 1896 or
1897 and for sonje timo was associated with Thos W. Hobron in the
bicycle business; assuming tho management of the Hawaiian Gazette
Company on tho retirement of Mr. Ballentyne. Mr. Pearson' came to
tho islands in search of his health which had forced him to leave Mi
chigan and later California.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 27.- William J. Bryan sailed today
by the Manchuria for Honolulu.
NEW YORK, Sept. 26. A typhoon is reported to be raging at
Manila. Five persons have been killed and 200 injured. The native
quarter has been destroyed and 8,000 pooplo are homeless.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept. 26. Chief of Police Ivanoff
and six others were wounded by the explosion of a bomb at Kovono.
The thrower escaped.
DES MOINES, Iowa, Sept. 26. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw
will leave Roosevelt's Cabinet on Februay 1.
ROMINTEN, Prussia, Sept. 26. De Witto has proceeded to thev
Emperor's hunting lodge.
BAKU, Sept. 26. Eleven thousand reinforcements with three
batteries have arrived at Gross. ,
NEW YORK, Sept. 25. The sugar trade is excited. Several Java
cargoes en route are affected.
MOSCOW, Sopt. 25. Tho Congress of representatives of the Zem
stovs has begun. A government official js present to prevent any vio
lation of tho program. A resolution has been passed declaring that
the Douna is not representative government as yet, but only a stepp
ing stone to that consummation.
MARE ISLAND, Cal., Sept. 25. Thb' caso of LucienYoung, before
the court-martiarhero was postponed today to await tho testimony of
Ensign Wade. Wade is now in the hospital, where he went for an '
operation for appendicitis soon after tho Bonnington disaster.
HAVANA, Sept. 25,-r Colonel Ferrara, tho Liberal .candidate for
tho presidency of Cuba, has beon arrested for revolutionary utterances.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 25. Warrants have beon issuod for the
arrest of eleven contractors for conspiracy in importing contract tile
setters. , .
NEW YORK, Sept. 25. William T. Jerome has inaugurated an
independent candidacy for re' election as district attorney.
PENSACOLA, Fla., Sept. 25. Tho yellow fever situation is dis
couraging. There are twenty-five new cases hero. ,
TOKIO, Sept. 25. Tho Russian story about the slaughter of in
habitants of Saghalien .is declared to bo unfounded.
NEW YORK, Sept. 25. A cablegram says tho suez Canal will
probably bo closed for two weeks with debris.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 25. The Calabria, with Prince Fernan
do on board, has sailed for Honolulu and tho Orient.
OMAHA, Sopt. 25. Five members of the Omaha City Council
wero today sentenced to thirty days in jail and pay costs as the result
of a suit charging them with violating an injunction and passing an
ordinance entering into an agreement with tho local gas company for
an extension of its franchise.
STOCKHOLM, Sept. 25. The Norwegian-Swedish protocol provi
ding for tho dissolution of tho union, provides for a neutral zone and , ,
tho arbitration of minor matters of difference before The Hague tribu-.