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VOL. XI. NO, 44G8.
J2 PAOES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1009. IS PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Second Day Devoted To
LIIUE TRIPLE EFFECT
IS MUCH DISCUSSED
Fifteen Roller Hills to Be the Mill
of the Future High Extraction !
Possible and Big monetary Gam I
'I'll I h iiftciiieoii Hit.' rhni-Mlim tin I
lilt' methods of tiampoitiillii of c "I'
to lllu 111 11 Iti wus loiillnucd. M ii:ik r I
Molr explained lion. Willi llic aid or.
mi uiUomobllu .unl si mif cable lie i.
taking cano from go dies am! slhs o
palls wheiu It would never 'mi pal
lo pack 11 by llllllll.
Molr also explained his -.jst-ni ol
having Ihu canu tut anil llirvii o '
i cano top, which was ikimji' tied bin
lull at right angles to tho row. Tin.
tliilKL'K I lion caino ulnng ami wild oiu
pull loaded tlui cnuo; -this motliea
Mixed all llio tltuo formerly lost In l
lllR tllU tlllllllll'B.
Manager Hots of Honolulu planU
lion said that Iiii li.nl burned n lot i
cuno before cutting, mill founil II u
giont. saving. Tliu c.iiio was easy to
( ut anil a holler Joh was made ot the
operation, Tho rnltoons c.uno nwaj
better ami mailu n good start; missed
rimo in tlio cutting wiih easily picked
up anil In every way tlio mctlioil was
Up till Hi lee' days nftor burning
there wiih iiii deterioration In tlio
Juke, bin utter thai perloil It went oa
mine rapidly than In unhiiriit cane
bllll tliu slight loss wiih inoio than
louipciisaled Tor h the savins of lab
i.r In the cutting fleld.
.Manager Hellion ol Kwu spoke alinilt
cano loaders ami although he has al
moat ahaildoneil them, owing to too
many btenkilowns, lias a good word to
say for Ihi'in.
"If tho in.ithlii'.'S uoio mailu heavier
Hint sli linger they would hu satlsfae
loiy eiiinish. When inn by well brok
en In men limy save one-lhlril of the
labor rcipilieil lo loail by haiiil," lien
Ion Mulshed tip with,
Miuinger (looilalu then leml a ieKirt
on Maiiiifiictnro of Sugar mill tho use
of Waslo I'roilnetB. Il was listened to
attentively by the, inemliers and u dis
cussion then ensued.
Tomorrow the plnutcis will visit
tliu expci Imontal hint lot), ami on
Thursday the iiiesllon ol labor will
he taken up.
"Klflein mller iiiIIIh iii'o certain to
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bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
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Hotel, near Union.
3 1-2x3 1-2
30c and 60c
All Films List Price
Hollister Drug Co.
AfjandonB i I li on
CHERRY, 111., Nov. 10. All hope
of rescuing the three hundred and
ten miners entombed in the burning
mine at this place has been nban
dorcd. When this announcement was
made today the families and relatives
of the men became wild with grief.
Their protest against refraining
frem further rescue work resulted in
demonstrations that were small
The feeling is so tense that the lo
cal officials have called for state
'rcops to prevent rioting.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 10. Po
litical and legal circles of the city
arc much wrought up by the dis
barment today from practice in the
State Supreme Court of Attorney I.
J. Bunn, Mr. Bunn is a leading
man of the state and gained national
fame by his speech nominating Wm.
I. Bryan for the Presidency at the
last Democratic untional convention.
Dunn was disbarred for contempt of
SITUATION IS GOOD
High Price of Beets May
6c Speculative Results;
Mr Win. I'fotruliauer, manager of II.
Iliukfold & Co., who arrived Monday
Iriim his vacation trip to (icimni'y.
looks for n ('onl)niicil good pilto for
sugar In the roiiiliiK year.
"Tho shnilngu of lleetH In I'uiopo Is
not ns ureal as many 'uivo thought,"
mill Mr. ITnlonhitucr, "and the present
IiIkIi Hinge of prices Is somewhat duo
to speculation Hint Is culled on very
actively In I'ails.
"I can't say whelher Hie pilces will
no iiiucli hlKher bifoie Hie cano sugar
'Continued on Page 4)
Nothing Better In the City
Real Estate Department
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091 Fflrt ktPPPt
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NEW YORK, Nov. 10. Prelimi
naries of what will be the greatest
merger of the country were made
public when it was announced that
the American Telegraph & Tele
phone Company, which operates an
elaborate system of telephones
throughout the country, has secured
lontrol of the stock of the Western
Union Telegraph Company.
It is stated that the two interests
will be combined into one company
with a capitalization of a billion dol
lars. Survey Alaska
SEATTLE. Wov. 1C. Surreys are
to be made preliminary to the estab
lishment of a coaling station for the
United States navy at Orca Bay,
QUINN TO EXPLAIN
AUTO RATE BILL
To Be Considered at
Supervisor .Mm Unliin proposes to
take the people, or rnthor tho nuto-ninhllo-hlrlng
public ut least, Into
his conlldenui and explain his new
automobile mid hack ordlnanco
which has been Ititioduccd before
the board 'of City and County Supcr
vIfoih and read for tho llrst lima nl
tho lust icgul.ir session of tho lionul.
"I am going call a public mass
meeting to consider this proposed
'anlu into hill' as II has been called
by homo," said tho Supervisor this
"After tho matter has been pi
bcnteil In a proper light mid correct
Information Is forthconiluK, tho crit
icism of the measiitu which followed
Us intioiliictluu will bo greatly elimi
nated." It Is the Intention of tho Super
visor, who Is sponsor for tho new
:aulo rcKitlntlnn to call a gcucinl
'meeting within a fow days. Al this
time Qiilnn will set forth facts and
hKiircs in support of tho measure.
Tho automobile men now decline
that theio Is no spoclllod scale, of
chai ros under which thoy can ope
rate their machines fur hlro. Tlio
liverymen havo been dolliK business
under a tailt agieemcnt ns It por
tnluu to fares, but thcro Is no remila
llon which nilKht tend to illecourai'n
Tho Hupcnlsor sas that ho can
show wheru tho pilco of rubber Hies
lor nutomohllcs has soared skyward
In tho last two yours, resulting In an
Incrcaso of nearly 100 per cent In
tho cost of this necessary adjunct to
n wcll-tCRiilutcd Joy wiiRon.
tJndor the pioposed lobulation
llieio would ho a bllKht raUo In buck
iiilcs, but It Is contended that tho
...nun uiiuikoii mi- uiu iiho ot auionio-
i,ii,h wm icmniu ncconiiu'- to' hio
fciho'lulo now In roico by the n
Joiity of tho auto ill Ivors.
''l0 l'irai will vitally lutBrest
tnmit mrtV.tttT.Vric mid several
jjyjiffltoi&iV arfiifeilri. afttf
FREAR IS TO EXPLAIN
ALL ORGANIC ACT
He Leaves Tomorrow On
His Long Trip To
WILL SEE CARNEGIE
ABOUT LIBRARY GIFT
Hopes to Sccuro Promise From Secre
tary of Interior Ballingcr to
Come Next Summer General
Program of His Tour . I
Ciorernor Krcnr leaves tomonow
on Ihn l.urllno for the purpofe of do-
hiK his part toward seeiirliiK favor-
nhle action hy ConRrcss on tho
I'liinndmcnts to Organic Act, npprov
id hy tlio special session of the LcRls
l.iturc; prcvallliiR upon Andrew Cnr
iicrIo Hint II Is about time that Iip
did somcthliiR delliilte toward com
Iiir to tho aid of the Library of Ha'
wall; confeniiiR with the tlscnl
iiRcnt of llio Territory, the United
8tnlt ll'j'ntl iuii.MoitRiiRo Company
ot Now roik r.t to iho rcfundlnR or
Territorial bonds, and, llnally, tr)
Ior to extinct n piomiso from Secre
tary of the Interior llnllltiRcr to
diop down to tho Paradise of the
l'aclllr next summer mid Inspect the
One of the most Important mat
ters cnnfioiitliiR tho work ot tho Ter
ritorial chief executive, at Washing
ton will ho nil explanation of tho
amendments to tho Organic Act to
the heads of the departments who
would bo affected by the chunRcs.
"I Irivo lo get acquainted with tho
new administration," remarked the
Cowitior this mornliiR. "There are
mitui. illy many subjects In which
they mo intoiested In connection
with tho administration of tliu rov
eminent of Hawaii, and It devohes
upon mo to tiinl'o tho necessary ex
planations." The Governor awaits with Rreat
lutcicst any suggestions that may ho
inailo hy tho department heads upon
the OrRiitilo Act amendments, for
llicy will naturally carry consider
able welRhl with tho CoiiRresKlonal
(onimlttee or committees beforo
whom tho amendatory hill embody
Iiir tho proposed Oiganlc Act chang
es will coiuo for consideration.
There has been a tendency In
some ipiarters lit Washington to con
sider any proposed ehango In tlio
Organic Act as something that Is de
signed In aid of "special Interests."
Wlillo Governor Krcnr has not stated
thai ho has founil this sentiment to
exist, tho work of tho Hawaiian del
egation, consisting ot Iho Territory's
Chief Mxecutlvo, Iho Oolegntn and
George II, McClcltan, will ho largely
directed toward proving tlio fact that
the needed amendments are designed
In the Interest of tho Territory as a
Kdwnrd Stelnhausor, nil years old,
a I'ltlslnirg millionaire, committed
sulililu by shooting In a hotel of that
city. The motive Is not known.
tt u n tt 8 w tt tt tt a a ts a u
motor mr stands thtoiiRhoul tlio city.
Under tho now (uluu ordlnanco
hack rates will run something like
l'ur duo mile, hacks 2!i cents and
autos SI; two miles, CO cents and
t'2; four miles, $:i and 3; to Knplo
lanl Park, $t,no mid 111; to the I'all,
?.r and $7; tho i'linchhowl drive, i
mid $H; to Mo.inalu.i polo grounds,
(I and $.'; DJmnoiul Head and re
turn,, $1 mid S.r; Mano.i Valloy, t
mid ST,; for funerals, SI and 15 per
hour. To Honolulu plantation by
automobile, J ill; pearl City, SIC;
Oahu tilantatlon. SIC, and around
I the Island, SriO.
-- '!-Aa"-i jH,.4A&y-iiJit.uu -
9fH. I not In
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov. 10.
news cmnc iicic luuny 01 out; ui f
the most terrible disasters of the
innus. aiic aicniucr iujiii;, cniiyiiiR
uuu passengers, went down witn an
Illg shells wclghliiR u thousand
pounds cneli are Included u tho large
qiiiintlly of mumiiiillloii mid general
Mines thai arrhed ut Honolulu this
liimnlnR by the Inlerlslauil steamer
llelene. Tills shlpnienl of shot and
shell Is being dlichnrged at Illshop
wharf, Tho essel also brings case
and chests containing sninllcr nnimii
nltlon and considerable powder also
arrhed by the rejuvenated steamei
While the heleno has been abseiil
at roast shlpynids she iiiiderwent a
general mcrliaullng and ii'imlr. The
tteiim"- ii'liirns lo Iho HhwiiIIiiii Is
l.uuls In llrst clasii trim, Thq eswt II
U understood will take tho run which
lor Iho past fow months has been cot
ercd hy tho steamer Maul. (Tho llel
cne has a now holler and several plates
weio substituted for those which had
seen haul service. Tho engines ate
now In tho best of condition.
Tho trip down was rather rough but
Iho little vessel behaved herself In ad
mirable manner. The llelene brought
a full cargo from the const. The wm
Mi will bo ready In resumu her run
to Island poitH within a day or two.
Klvn old buttle ships of tlio Turk
ish navy urn lo he broken up us
Junk and bids were received on them
on Nov. 1 1 from manufacturers de
siring this kind of scrap.
A negio organization formed at
lilriiiliighmii, Ala,, has sent two
checks each for lL'."i to tho tieasitry
at Washington lo help tliu I'anania
can. i work.
Stalu's Attorney Wiiyninu of Cook
comity attacked tho Illinois Inter-
mlmitc-hciiteucu law at Molluo, III.
lie said ho would work for Its ro
peal hy tho next legislature.
Yes, It Is a
Featured by us this year forthc first
And who could wish for n nicer
Holiday gift than a case of Hawaiian
Pineapple THE BEST IN THE
WORLD such as wc send for
All charges paid to ANY WELLS
FARGO EXPRESS OFFICE IN THE
UNITED STATES I
Island Fruit Co.,
73 S. King St. 'Phone 15,
Onirnr Win i
NEW YORK. Nov.' 10. James
Ecndcraaglo, former superintendent
cf the American Sugar uclining Com
pany, and six other employes were
arraigned today under the indict
ment found against them of defraud-1
ing the Government. Pleas of not
guilty were entered.
Not Guilty Is
Plea of Sugar
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. The
President's cabinet confcicncc today
devoted almost its entire time to n
discussion of the prosecution of the
fraudulent work of the Sugar TrnM
icprcscntativcs in handling the in
ports coming through the port of
Attorney General Wickcrsham and
Secretary of the Treasury Macycagh
have promised a rigid investigation
nnd nn aggressive prosecution of the
interests thut have defrauded the
Jubilee of House
(Special Bulletin Cable.) '
KOME, Nov. 10. The Episcopal
jubilee of the Pope was celebrated to
day. OEN. BARUY SUCCEEDS WESTON
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 10. Ma-
jor General Weston. Department
Commander of the United States
army, with station nt San Francisco,
has been succeeded by Major General
Barry. Barry has for some time
past been stationed nt Washington.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 10 Su
gar 00 degree centrifugals, 4,07.
Beets, 08 nnalysis, 12s 0 3-4d.
185 editorial rooms 25( bust,
nets office. These are the telephone
lUmbara of th Qullittln nffiea.
Not al ways n case" cf patriotism. This
time it is n matter of economy.
The All AMERICA line of shoes made by
RICE & HUCHINS are noted for their lion
est worth and superb style.
We have just received 21 new styles
which are 'right up to the present moment t.i
style. W c invite inspection nnd comparison,
for wc k now that they will come through
with flying colors.
We would like to shov thr.; 'o vou
whether y ou buy or not.
$3.'50 to $5.00
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
TO GO TO WASHd
INGTON DEC. 3D.
Presumed She Will Ago'lt
Press Her Claim
in Congress .1
HOPES RAISED flY KIND .,
ATTITUDE OF CONGMESSMEl
She Will Ti.tv-J With Dikgnfe IOT
hunjiolc When He KctuinsG
His Duties at the National Cap
Sli.i'iM tint i-Iuii -. !" i nnd out, Uej
Vlnji sIVI'iii'i'ii I ilnioK.t! ixi ut) ti,-r i)
or Wiiiiilngtiui I. '. on the Mho;
i luirtn (! me fniiii Mil. put Df-cosm
let ::. Mile Will li" il, 'Ut i l!ilh
lolin H Alitioku In r
pi i' i'o. t-ccrCi
i'ii Mijvsty' wli" li" tlbil lin
I.iImih unli Ihn uiiihuiille hi Wu'lTC
"mil, Ills Jit, dg-lri' in KiiovrVluit
" ('niij-rmui-Mi will io ! ih- com.
' .ITslllll ITltdlllg hi I- in lltl'iniCjIt
i j iiuiiec ofjirem iiMe"i mr 'w-C??!
Mid ay he did iibl' vl'H he fnpttoOfi
the last FO-ttl'tn of fun -n slie nflwi
lesliea In go thei-e p(r-n-ll (li orj,
hi letup for herniif wlnl i! Inwma,
I is nrilii' .S'allounl l!"i mil" t will iiii.
Aiuinkii lux private s'lrei ir , hst
nsked i'r Iho li'lephoiii. till i unirii-1
iiir about Iho proposed trio of tJig)
'(iivvii in ii iiMiiimiuii sain mat ifj wtih
not curtain about It He sUlod. hort
i vet- that tin-) would III:,' to go.
The lsll of Her ,UnJi l to WnsllJ
Ingioii next inenlh is ,.i."itauL In mk
fur ns the local eo,i. ir.. , .incerue(l
Miould s!i" go at ail. fii- ni le.ive mi
Hie miiiim steamer with iv,k Kalanl.
iiuaii'c the llolegate to f'.iti -eis l)iu
lins I he .ib'eiico of llei .MHi'.i, fn'liil
Hawaii t'lirlls I'. lauki i. li k sibl.j
will loi K iifti'i the an div of tlifa
'Jm ' ii
Throw Bomb At
(Special Bulletin Cable)
CANEA, Crete. Nov. 10 A tly
nnmitc bomb was exploded touight
in the Chamber of Deputies The
utmost confusion reigned, and much'
damage was done to the furniture
by the explosion, but there were no
casualties among the members of tho
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