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14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10 1908-14 PAGES
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TO PROTECT SUGAR Hollyday
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 10. The Trans-Mississippi Congress
adopted tesolutions in .favor of the maintenance of a Strang naval fleet
in the Pacific, National aid for the merchant marine and harbor im
provements, and protection for the sugar industry. Particular opposi
tion was expressed to the admission of sugar grown by cheap labor.
THINK WAR CERTAIN
BELGRADE, Scrvia, Oct. 10. War among the Balkan States is con
ITALIAN FLEET IS MOBILIZED
SFEZIA, Italy, Oct. 10. The Italian fleet has been ordered concen
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HEARST AT BERKELEY
BERKELEY, Calif.. Oct. 10. W. R. Hearst and Candidate Hisfcen
spoke at the Gieck theatre today.
CHICAGO NATIONALS WIN
GETS For City
DETROIT. Mich., Oct. 10. The first game of the seiks for the na
tional baseball championship resulted in a score of Chicago 10, De
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CAPTAIN AND TWELVE DROWNED
Admiral Holljduy, chief of the tlo
i.u tincnt of hi'(1r anil docks, who
litis lieeu 111 this iilncu about three
weeks looking over work In cornice-(
tlon with the futuro nuvnl base at
l'curl llulior, stated thin morning that
lis thu Bite for Urn dock to ho built
thcio lms been approved by the de
partment, bids for tho work In that
connection will probably be author
ized In January, lie expressed hini
oelf ua much pleased with the Pearl
Hurhor location, and with the City
of Honolulu, to which he Is now pay
ing his first tult.
"There la nothing to do now hut
to get to work as soon as possible,"
bald tho Admlial loduy, lu referring
to the work to be done. "The slto
for a dock has been approved by tho
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HAMBURG, Germany, Oct. 10. The steamships Pretoria and Nip
ponia were in collesion heie today. The captain of the Nipponia and
twelve of her crew were drowned. .
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SAYS REV- DESHA
CHALLENGES McGANDLESS TO JOINT DEBATE
Rev. Stephen Desha in his speech
at Wal.ilua last evening took up tho
(harge whkh I.. L. M( Candles has
Inoiight ng.ilnst Ii I ill in leguid to
dmwliig tho color lino lu politics.
"Link JlcC.iiidlisi' tnttlis now nro
to play thu same gnn'iu that (llbson
dlil in thu caily eighties," said Mr.
Desha, "(1 Ilium know thnt ho could
not get even with somo of the whlto
people of tho Islands without enlist'
lug tho lluwaliuns, consequently ho
piejtidlcod their minds against their
while fi lends by making falso pioni
lues, anil led tho Hawallaiis to be
lieve that he, (llhson, would do mini)
foi them Hi. in their friends who hud
been tried mid tiuo for years.
"Tho time cnnio when tho whlto
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There wero two cables received by
Captain llei'H this morning mid they
weiu In cipher uddressul to Ailmlr.il
Swinburne. One of them has to do
with tho disposition of the Satuiu, mid
the otheer had to do vitli tho futuro
movements of the Fleet, Nothing will
bo given out ns to what the messages
are. it Is understood that thu Fact
will gu south from Mugilcl.iu.i llay to
Panama and probably down the South
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A deal showing the transler of 1070
shares of Ookul.i Plantation stock
was icported on tho stock exchange
this morning It Is one or the most
Important which have taken place fur
come tlmu past, us It changes tno en
tiro status of tho plantation, which
will now, so It Is understood, be con
tinued, Instead of being abandoned, us
was proposed somo time ago.
Tho shares wero bought by W. W.
Williamson of the Henry Wutorhouso
Trust Co, for certain parties, the
names of whom aro not given out. It
Is uudcistnod that through tho acqui
sition of these shales, they have se
cured control, and that It is their In
tention to conllnuu to run tho plantation.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 9.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9s. 8V4d.
Parity, 4.03 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. 6d.
Mr. K. Abe, II. I. J. M's. ElevoCon
sill, Honolulu, and Takashl Nakamiira,
Secretaire an Mlnlstoro des Affaires
Kstrangcres, weio callers on His Ex
cellency, Hon i:. A. Mott-Smlth, Secre
tary of thu Territory of Haw-all, this
morning. Niikamnr.i's title Is written
In three languages, French, Kugllsh
and Japanese, with tho French Ian
r.uago tho most conspicuous.
A land deal was put through ves
tcrday by John Colburn, agent for
V. A. Hull, which shows that ic.il
estate values are being well held and
that there Is money in the city.
Mr. Colburn jesterdny bold the
property on the comer of King and
Aalu streets opposite the depot, to
I,. Aleong for $20,000. Tho lot has
in area of 13,000 square feet, and
therefore sold at something over $1.-
r.O per square foot. It is understood
that property across the street has
been held at $ 1.-5 per square foot.
Not long ago Mr. Aleong bought
piopcrty In tho vicinity of tho Jlsh
murket for SO, 000, and It would ap
pear thut he Is looking forward to
the time In the near future when
real estate villucs of tho city will
very materially advance. Tho trans
action was for spot cash, which
shows that there Is money In the clt)
for homo Investment.
The Pacific Fleet was lienid talking last night for tho
first time since the diopped betlow the hoiizmi hound south
finin lieic for Samoa, when n faint sp.uk iittuctul the atten
tion of tho Knhukii operator, and he heiud the West Virginia
talking to the Maryland, tho slgnuN vcrv faint, and dlllleult to
The Kahtiku station caught the (park nt 11:40 p m es
tciday, Hxpoit (shell making the following toport of the message
he raught. "I heard the West Virginia rail the Murslntid jm
s.i, "If )ou have aujthlng for me, make n few signals "I heard
Maryland answer, and got u few disconnected words. Signal
were faint, and tho stntlc dlsehaine had. If they lire to south
vv.iid, tho mountain back of hciu vmild cut signals down."
The Knhiikti station Is now being run on half power.
This all seems to Indicate that thu theory of kite depart
ure from Sumoa Is nearest coriect of any so fin advanced.
4- Tho Hllonlan. 927 miles from
Honolulu, vvns heard by wireless f
f at Kahiiku last evening. Sho re- -f-f
ported all well. Sho pissod tho
f Thomas at 4 p. m. esterlay, and
nt 8.05 o'clock, when sho slg-
f nallcy, the Korea was abeam. The
f cruiser Colorado was reported as
f In wireless touch with tho Mat-
f son llucr, 100 miles nemor San -f
-f Francisco, und hound for Ilono- -f
f lulu. .
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When Uniauma, formerly a Reimbll
can, but now a Labor I to, addressed the
audience, he was told to sit down, be
cause ho would never be elected as u
Representative on tho Homo Rulo
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Hopcdale, III., which had on hand
only $700 lu cash, tho scheduled Ua
billtles being $82,000, of which 150,-
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Tho Naval Station has heard noth
ing moro than was reported to tho
commandant fiom the wlieless com
pany. This wus substantially Isbell's
report as gluu above.
Tho dlstanco of tho Fleet from port
at tho time it was heard Is a matter
of mero speculation Thu signals were
so fnlnt that tho could senrccly bo
nindo out at all Thu Fleet left Samoa
on October U and this will bring tho
ships in this port liy Tuesday
Tho wireless sets at tost all
question as to the destlnitlon of tho
cruisers, mid to point out mi iidhcr
enco to thu schedule so far as ports
are concerned If not In regard to time.
It Is suggested that lateness lu ur
living hero will shorten tho stny of
the Fleet nfter arrival Such clicum
Ktnnces would gioatlv lutcrfein with
plana for entertainment which havo
been gnno Into b) the puiph- of Honolulu.
Miller and Wm. Henry
Charged Willi Knifing
MONDAY, OCT. 12.
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Tho above nro the places vvhero
the Republican party will hold its
first general meetings.
a great stir was created in politi
cal circles this morning to the effect
that Captain Miller, piesldent of the
Fifteenth I'reclnet Republican Club,
mid High Sheriff William Henry, who
Is also a leader In that pieclnct, wero
knlllng the Republican ticket tho
best they know how.
The report camo qulto openly ftom
tho tamp of V C. Achl, Thnt lend
er htnted that n number of Hawai
ian votois had told him thnt both
Henry and Miller had cthnitod tlieni
to bo suro to vole for Iino for Maj
or, Long for County Attornoy, Jnrrett
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