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Manchuria October 3
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1'iom Vancouver: ' '
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nights trying to figure out way's of,
gttting people into your store. Try
n Bulletin display ad and sleep
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1910. 1G PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
I : 28
KUHIO GAINS STRENGTH ON HIS
: im-v' Land Lie:
Sliows How False AVe Claims Put For
ward By McCandless Splendid
Meeting In Hilo
".MrCiuiilIi'Ss litis claimed Hint the iiroiMons iif (lie 1 mil law wHr!i
pun Mis for tin- unmlng nf IniiiK on (lie : ii lit :i If on nf titcnlj-ihe .cn
pic, Milk In.ertcd there li) Candler, mill I lint the Ilcmorr.its li.itl It patvcil
ll) tllllr llllllll'llrc.
"That N mil (rue.
".MrCiiiuIli'iN In Ms hill mill hrfnre Ike riimnilllM never iin,!o :n.j
such sl.ili'iiienl, niiil the hill contains no such pr.nMi.u. Wl.r.l I c M Is
false, bcrauio I n;i tlii'i-c mill I I. nun what viiin ilum. T,tN amendment
Mwih iiil h)- mjxplf In i.imiii, which cnn-Mul of four ltejn.liltr .n mu! tun
Itcniicrat, tin latter In III); Candler mill Houston. I iii.cl fiT the
iinicn.liiiont niiil II mis passed lij (lie four llciulilti.ii;. I i.vl.c.l Candler
mill llouituu If the) were going In urge their Mil nml l!.c :il,l '.No.'
Thi') mi lil tun Unit tlccj ii"wr liiul mi) Inliiiliim of nruln II. i:iiilnn
M.iltl lie ilM mil like llio hill." Ili-lpirulc Knlilo In I Ik lllln p. itIi.
Kncl.il It ii 1 1 nt lii CcrriHimniliiKv.) j Tlio meeting look iiltico Inst WVil-
1III.O, Hawaii, Sept. SO. If Milk neEJny cvciiIiir Ii, llm niniory.
MiCniullPsn hail nttomloil tlio Ilopuli- wl,l''' 'a'' 1,wn MpPi'dliiKly woll
" Mean mui inc-tl.iB with hlch Del- J tho nrllMIc hnml of
... , , John I lor r I lit,'. Tho jurat hnl! was
rsala Kalnnlmuiolo openpd hlscmn- nlc(, ,,- l,'ltcri.lcd nmiTen c,
. palen on tlila Ifland l.iBt Wednesday nmny IipIiic olillccd to stand. A
evenliiR, ho would liavo hcen sorry.
Olio hy one tho pet nrRunicnts, the
mos( chpilshud dlntilhes of the lmlo-
liorlun statesinnn, wpio tnl.cn to
IiIppcs and disposed of with an l?asi
which was convincing. It seemed a
ihuino to tnlio tho money, nnd had
Link been thorn, ho would probably
havo wlshPd himself at tho' bottom
of bis very deepest well. I
lllg building operations, contem
plated for Honolulu In the Immedl
ntn fiiluie, are legarded by business
men, nrehltei ts nnd contractors as
ciilllclent prcoT that there will be
no business slump this winter. The
m.igiilludo or the operations nnd the
fuot Hint boiun-biillillng Is going
iteadlly foiwnnl aio taken ns el
ilenco Hint the ileclluo of sugar
No ks need not bo tonsldercd ns lu
dleatliig the general tone of IihIiik
tiv. Annr.uncemonta of new buildings
inado today show that during Octo
ber a lot of construction woik will
bo going on, affording employment
Demand for Oahu Brings!
Price Back Above
The fluner totio apparent In tlio
slock nmXet )istoidny conlliuiod to
day. A steady demand for Onbil nt
"!t SB, ulioio that seciulty rinsed yes
terday, Inoiight llio stool.- up this
morning point by point, until. tlio lat
ent reports weio 3(i.t2'i with brisk
hading nt lit going on.
Oiliu furnished practically nil Hi
artllly on biokeis' low today, tho
sales nggiogatliig 330 plmtoJ. tlio larg
est block of which was 120 at 20.37'.'.
TliMir was a llttlo denintul for Uwa at
a Hllghlly lower prlco than )itordny.
nml some Olua was tiamirtiruil,
llegillai ilMilemls woio derlned 011
tho (list or the mouth by Haiku, 1;
I'ala, $1, and I'ioueer, $2, nnd Hoi(.
II. T. .- L. Co dei'laird a ipiutliTly
dividend of Jl." "
FIRM TONE ON
pleaslnR feuturn wbh Hip music fur-
iilhed Ii the Krnput Kaal kIpp rlubj
as well as hy the local Intent. Tho
nrscmbly "waa qnlot and ordoily!
throiiRlioiit, nml wus nn the wliolo
a credit to tlio Ilciulillcan party. A'
large plat f nun hnd lieon erected la
the middle, of tlio WnlnnWti side of
the hall, and hero were scaled the
(Continued on Paw
to a great deal of skilled and nil
Tlio Ilrewer llntnte, Mil., will start
next week 911 lis work of rcrnn-'
itructlnir the rear of thn block'
bounded by Hotel and Fort streets,
and containing the llenson, Smith tc
Co. iliug stoic; llonry May & Co.,
Ltd.: Whltnoy & Marsh, Ltd.: th
Mnuufactureis' Shoo Co,, Ltd., and
tho llonohilu I'lioto Supply Co. A
big warchoilso or lolnforced con
crete, latest construction, Is to he
eroded Immediately In the rear of
llonson, Bmtli & Co. nnd Henry May
& Co. This warohouso will bo nc
(ContinuM on Paee 2)
Wireless Last Ninhi
Manchuria for Hilo
That James L. McLean, vlcpreal
dent of tho Inlei-Islaud Ktoitii NnvMi
Him Company, has been telling people
about Hawaii ami tho volcano wai
cNldenced by a wlidivig r r.Iol from
llio Mongolia this iiiouilng.
In this inesrni.") Mr. Mel.enn. wlwi
Is relmnliig to the Ten lory on tho
.Mniiihiiilu, male rejirvall'ma for six
pnssengfrii foi Hie irln (11 Hilo by
the Mamm Kea sailing Tuebday inirti'
The formor head of tliof I'loiunMoii
Cmnmltteo has been on the rouit lor
speral weeks 011 a viirntlun liu' fmm
the iueHKO icei'lM'il from him on
Hie M'liiehuila li h oildcnt that liu
has been pienrhlne iho Ki-fel of ,
wall iliiring hln.aliiriii't.
RACES BRING !
('hvi.ii nu lie tin riiiie.) I
"I.ONC ISLAND. N. Y., Oct. 1.
Tint iiiitoninbKn iiicps for tho Van-'
dribllt Cup over the motor pnrkwayi
toil; lliclr toll of death both ninnug
tho auto drhiTs nnd tlio sppctntorx.1
Thn VandPibltt Cuii was won by
(rant, w'lm diovo an At u mnchlne.
tie nude 2TS OS m 1 1 en In four hours,'
llfippn nil mi I ii; nnd flfty-plght sec-,
nnds. Ills average speed was slxty,
nn nml one firth iuIIps nu hour.
TIiipp peeple were Killed and many
Injured dining the race. Several of
tliofe Injured uie believed to be,
NEW STEAMER GOES
ASHORE NEAR SEATTLE
Wwr il till I let I ii f.(l,,. )
SIIATTI.K, Wash.. Oct. 1. -Tho
steamer KuMian Is ashore nt Decep
tion I'.ihi. Hlio Is probably a total
lom. The steamer was built for ex
cursion purposes nnd completed only
a few weeks ago.
' MISWEIGHED SUGAR
(Ump'.il 'till tel In r.ilil 1
WASHINGTON. O.t. 1. -President
Tnf Ist'tied pardons today for four
of Hie sugar wplghers In the piii
y of the Sugar Trust who were
sent to prison for perpetrating
frauds upon Hie government.
NEW ALTITUDE MARK
SET BY YUMALAN
(!.., !,! unl let In Cnldo.)
MOlU.M:i.ON, France. Oct. 1. A
new world's record for altitude aB
made hero today by W. Yumalan,
who ran led his neophilia to u holght
of !M 'J I feet.
HAD FRIENDS IN
i:imer M. C'lieallimn of 11. V. Lhlers
& Po. h:n two liitlmnto friends who
woro connected with the liicchaiilc.il
derail ineiit of tho I.03 Angeles Times
and ho sent a rablo query this mm 11
UK oskln? at to their fnte. Mr. Chen
Hum says dial the iKirtlon of tho
'Jim s bu'iiilng In wbleli tho typeset
llm; liriclilncs .crc located nnd where
tlio oi,i.oloii o hst ovenlug took
place wus a decidedly flimsy affilr
with st.ilrn)s on tlio oiitsldosomo
v hut all it Hi tljlo of local nliacks
of tiu Orlenl'il quarter. Tho build
lug w Ik in the until unices nro locat
ed vas a modern structure.
LITTLE GIRL l RUN OVER
una moriiing ni nioeu o clock a
unall .liipaupso girl of seven yeais of
age met with a lunfiil accident In
front of the Wells Fargo olllco on King
clieet The child was baicfootod and,
In endoaoiliig to cross tho street In
front of a wagon belonging to Hack
teld &. Co., slipped and nianagod to
t: t 0110, of her feet under tlio wheolM
Tho child nulled her foot back
quickly but one of her tno-nnlU was
loin orr, umi thn other toes biulned a
lot. The iiollco wcyp Informed of tlio
iniuter apd tlio child )vas (illicitly nt
InidJil to and Inkeu to tlio station
house, whore sho givo her iiniiio as
II111110. Tlio dilvor of tho wagon will
be called upon to explain linw II )ia-
pened that the lllllo girl wns Injured
,f j .t $ . .-.;..;, , ,j, ,j, ,s, ,
inu work of Mel.o 111'H It seoias
might well bo followed by other te
turning rosldeiita or tho Tenltory 011
nleniiu'rs fimu San Fiaiiclsro nnd In
wnj , ,, who w(m,( m(
olhcrwH, k,m. of , lltiacllons of
tho Terrl'oiy might bo Induced to
stop oxer lioio on llio way tu the Orl
The Manna Kea will take out a
largo number of iMiisoiigcis us Is usu
al but the ailMiiien bookings made
fioiu the MhikIiiii la In' uIioIckh last
nlht will nssuio llieio lomlsln or good
nicoiiiinoilatliiUR 1111 tlio iipul'ir lulei'.
i.pH. ,at fl)r ,, ,,, (. tlu (g
(Axnorliltid Print Culile.)
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 1. That dy
namitc, placed with mutdctous in
tent, cauied'the horrible exploion
at Lc Angeles early this ntominp;,
is now praoicolly certain, from
later developments. The assertion of
the management of the Los Angeles
Times that hc explosion in the
building was caused by the an.'moj.
itv of Ubcr agitators, was borne out
today, when an infernal ma'hine
was fourd a. the residence of Gen,
Kattison Gtey Otis, owner of the
The infernal machine when hurl
ed acioss the stteet exploded with
great violence. A bomb containing-
fif'cen stvks of dynamite was found
teday in the residence of Eecretary
Zcchandelaar, secretary of the Mcr.
chart's' Association, which has op
po:cd the labor union agitators.
IWith four known dead thirteen
mere dead believed to be in the
rains end nisuiy injured aj a result
ct the explosion, trie disaster has as
sinned such proportions and public
feeling against the perpetrators is
so aroused that the Los Angeles city
council has appropriated $25,000 lo
aid in running down the dynamiters.
This act, at a special meeting, was
followed bv the Building Trades
Ciuncil of San Francisco, which has
declared that if the explosion is the
act of labor union men, they should
be searched out and today offered a
reward of $7500 for the purpose.
The property less will run into
half n million, and the loss of life
will undoubtedly be greater than is
U. S. IS
Extensive Development Plans
Presented By Major
The plans for the extcnslvn
dredging opeiallons that are to be
undertaken by the Federal govern
nunt In the harbor of Honolulu have
been received by Superintendent of
Public Works Mnrstou Campbell,
from Mnjor ,Vlnslov of tfie Corpsof
Kugueors, U, S. A,
Tho out II nu of the plans received
from tlio Waited Stated Huglncor'a
nlllce shows that the work of dredg
ing the balior Is to bo carried on In
the most thorough manner possible,
nnd that whou tho work Is completed
tho harbor can bo maintained at a
high standard of cfllclency for the
accommodation oflio shipping nnd
tho big (uncase of tonnage that Is
expected within tlio courso of the
noxt fow years.
"Under tho plan of dredging that
Is purposed," stated Campbell this
morning, "Honolulu's harbor will bo
put In line condition for the a com
uiodallon of tho big merchant
steamships that 111 e Increasing In
size all the time. Tho liuilmr needs
deepening In a number of places,
and fiom the plans that havo lieon
presented by tho t'nlted States engineers-
nothing Ib lo bo left undone
In the malnieiianro of tho hnrbor
lit tho highest possible xtnudard of
efficiency for the meeting of tho fu
tuio demands of commorclul rtove.
. SAN ritANCISCO, Oct. 1. lleeB;
88 analysis, 10s.; parity, 1.11c. IT"
vious quotation, 10s, 1,
IN BIO LEAGUE
(Pprclll nu I lot In C.llite )
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 1 The
New York (Vants and Pittsburg Pi-
rates are sun nghting it out for sec-
vim pimc. iuui jiccK-unu-uccK race
is the feature of the closing days of
the big league races.
At Pittsburtr Pittsburo: 3. St.
At Boston Boston 4, New York
At Brooklyn Brooklyn 0. Ph. la.
At CIr. nnati Cincinnati 0. Chi-
At New York New York 7. Wash.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 3,
At St. Lcuis St. Louis 1, Dc
'tandlna of American Lea'gue, Cept. 30
lortnii . ...
'ew Yotk ..
St Loul ..
. . . . 83
'tanrilrr, of N':t.onal Lcaaue, C:pt. 30
New Y01V .
St. I.oul.i ..
SCHUYLER MAY BE
That Col. Walter S. Schuyler,
commanding the Fifth Cavalry regl
ment at SiUillelif llanacks, Is to
command the Department of Hawaii
when Hint Is ciealed here, Ik the
news that ro'elvea lonllrmallon from
persons fumlllnr with the situation
both nt Lcllehiia and In Washngton,
where departnielit cjiiniuanders. nro
ma'e and sometimes unmade.
It was stated this niornluir thai
Col Schuyler's mime has been fntcir
alily re.elved nt Washington, nnd
that ho will bo promoted to a brlga-dlcr-geiieralsblp
ami given the coin
innnd hero In a few 'ireeks, If pro-
moled, It will bo over the heads of
n good many other colonclf, hut Col.
Schuyler, It Is believed, has been
selected because of his familiarity
I Willi 1110 local summon, necieiury
lot War Dickinson. It Is said, favors
TO BE OPENED
lllil will shortly bo closed for the
furnishing of uniform for tho goodly
army of boy scouts being organized
here. Already two well known met-chants-havo
sent to the Coist for sum.
plct ot (loth for Jackets, nips mid
tiouseis. and iih tho contract Is a
good sized olio til 10 Is likely lo be
llvelv (omiietllloii for Iho Job. It Is
piobal'le Hint Hie leggings will be
furnished heio In Honolulu, according
in meinneis 01 ine (imiiuuii'c. 1 for ,,l0 Mirm ,u,,t,a nomlnii
Miunwhlle Iho boy-scout movement ,, Ma, , , ...cent cmveutl'm
U giowliig inpldly It Is expected IM,U.,, ,, lion tiilu thin tnoinltig on
that between threo and four hundred ,ho jallln ,;,,, f.,,,,,1,,, ,1)H lllllt )lP
bm'H will bo Blgued wllhlp u -hurt W lm I,,,, ni-,,,,, ,Ih dlstild
lime In Honolulu and vicinity alone walluku, nnd thinks be can beat I'hl
The novelty or tlio Idea bus appealed ,, ,, , v.n , 0r,.r Pl, rr tu,
tn 11 'ot of II0110I11I11 yimnRslPiH. nnd imniiiinlloii
Dr. 1'aul StiHr, who Is looking after! . .
the plans for eniolllug Ihein. will havo
Mo lunula full -
Through Hawaii Crowds Greet
Him And Shout Pololeis
HKen It 11 1 1 f-1 1 11 (erriit;Kind. 111 . 1
l.'OIIALA. Hawaii, Sept. 2!) Lin!;
MiCiiiidless l gaining n politic il
slrensih h re. He In lo. ked up.111 by
Hie llaualliitis ns their 'Idol" They
.crm lo think that he will be the Uiwt
lua.j 10 icprcscnt their Interetts In!
Congre-i. II. M. Knnlho. Hi-. Cminun!
Hall ot Kohala. In ndvlnlng tho Huinej
IIuIpih an I the Itepiihllcairs to gc.j
their iipM)it for MeCamlleb.
The repoit that Knnlho , ban been
dumped by the Honio'Ilulers In KuImIi'
tiip-nrs to ho int correct. In nil the
IKilillcal meeting wlilih be address
oil, he wns (beercd cmtltmiUHh. Af
tci' tlio mu'tlii' be vaii gu- icl bj
his old lloiiio Itu'o rrlondi Ir j(im.
Ised him tliolrii!i3rt 0:1 olcct.i'ii 'day
Without delay. Kan'lui inke.i ihein lo
ruppirt and oto fo.- McCmi-ll ...
TliPy-i.gri'Cd tVjJn so. " .
McCandlO'i an J piity arilvcd from!
WnlniM todi. uiul. In the afternoon
ho talked nt fnui dirfcreiil silltlenil
meetings. Senator P. I. Wtsids and,
Fiank Voodi welioni'it McCimdlo'is
If. M. Kanlln C V.'. Ke.iweluklf Su-I
penlmir Kalalwan ail,I tho II 11 1 let 1 11
iiian nt Hie 'Conaln club Affr chat
ting, the in , it-Ian got down to liuil-
Make a Ctiit, I
I'nder iho plloragu of t-.onntpr
HAWAIIAN COFFEE BY SHEER
ifflT OPENS UP NEW FIELD
HuwnUnu coffee by sheer merit
baa opened up a new tenltory for'
Itse'f In tho Hast. The remit In n
Wiluable mailM In Xew ' York, a
mnrl.et that Hawaiian iiilTee-ilealeia
and grrwers will at once begin to
' ultlvale and dovclnp. I
l."rnnk J. Ollvor. nccretiirv of tho
Oliver lliolhors I'urchuHliig Company
of New Yolk City, has written to
H. O Ua'l & Sou, Ltd.. of tliU cltj,
openlig negi.tlutlons for freighting
llawnllnn roffeo to bin company,
wlili li h a b'g jobber In tinny lines.1
Oliver nsreitiiliieil that there was a
r,u, market for Hawaiian coffee In
vmv Vm.. ( t)l0 Bm0 pr-0ss of
,nrlliMtlng samples to his friends
,II1(I acquaintances, nil of whom wero
,ipK,tid wjtli the Havor and grade,
"Now York, Seat. 15, l'JIO.
Me. jig. Ii. O. Hall ft Son. Ltd., Ho.
nolulu, T. 11.
"Dear BJrs: 'Iho writer. In be
half of hltmoif. especially, ns woll
i's these to whom wo distributed live
nnd ton-pound packngeii of your nz
if toffee from llonnliilti, would say
that In every case It has been en
ijorred as one of Hie best coffees that
have been tasted. 1
"At nv home, wheieMvo pay par
tlcular attention to toffee and have
C0ELH0 SAYS HE'LL
RUN INDEPENDENTLY '
Willb.ni C itlh'i wli wns deroatnl
(J K0r 6ae- iuU uUlulletlmi
I - - -rnu t -
And False Promises.
WiKiib nljci m working hnrd for Mm
Cnmlless. the 1) morrntle lln8 nn'dl
111s political iid Uxors wheeled nwnyt-TcJ
VI. .Ill ...l.n.. 1 11 . . . i
- iii-iii ii MrKc iiH'ciiiigiuu oeei
iirranKcu., 111 jiiii. nf llio, II0111O Hull
iini'ign.iui. .Mccandl's waH greetW
villi cntliiHl.iRin. Tim ntlini- cZtiM
wcie Kanlho, Keawebaku nnd Supvl
.During Hie si.acchca tho rnailmtif
who recehed tlielr pa) that day gltlT
Cied nt Hie meeting places loihVaj
.iKvaiin.ega talk- Immigration, null
liniwntrail laws. Tho Hawnllans'1ll3J
londed to hlin most atlcnthely,Aj
nnerui8 iney cnected hltn. ,j
Ku'illm and Ke.iwokahku alsrtdwcKfl
iip-n Hie ssiiio xlibject.r that MrCnnii
left 1 ail alrcldv tnlkcd nlimi Th,?
ll.IV. IlilnOk Slllllllrd nt Hindu, nt ll,,'.li-'l
iM)Ie9.;'j:ilhiri,olrtieh'-Sii nro rlgiiH
distribution of DadQe. , VtB
OllO (if l!lO r.int f.ll,ln fltlnnj llTu
' ..." " . ...... ,!, .ii.i.K iiuirj
McCandlcPs did during Ills lour, of tlinl
Isl.111 1 was llio illSlrll.nllnn nt i.t",TT?I
palBii badRCH to Hie p'nple. llo'way
uw.i)n reauv to jump down from tboi
machine to jtivn lil campntgii badgeil
to the II.ISFpr.lV Thin ll-i,l nn, n'.'.l
lili tnrt iimdo a b!R Impression on'tlioj
fContinr.ed on Pace 0)
IN NEW YORK CITY
made mere or less or a reputation In
he family for the lino tjiffco we?
hav. It has been considered as "kontl
as anjtlilng wo have ever had, Ip riiiJ
11 nine nu nciier.
"It appears to bo very clpafetAitS
lather of n lighter coolr and cradal
than we liavo been obtaining, yeetf
in ail rases it has appealed to those
who have used the samo, 4yj
"The fact that one of the w'ritcr'i
neighbors, who In a roaster of coBeiijJ
ior 1110 irnuo in tins district, advised
nu, inn 10 111K111111110 samples of your?
coffee If 1 wanted to l'op some oil
my friends, but he has proved tti'mfl
to be all wrong,
"Can jou advise what would im '
tho crt per pound ot same at yourv
point or the rost per pound deliver
ed by rail In lDO-ixiiind bags?' Pre
sume It would not pay to semi on"
less than 200 or 2."i0-pouud bag to
cover the minimum rail frelghr.
would depend how cheaply It could '
bo bought against what wa nrep'uWl
chasing fin our legulur coffee niilfy
ine nuvisnniiiiy ot Having ion mttcn
for cneself and would be lost per-
baps Hie nuallty by not being taken
rato of properly Yours very truly," i
Ol.IVliU IHtOTIinilS PURCHASE
I Nil (O ' 1
liKNK J. QLlVIHt. '
DANCE AT PEARL
The rnnrert ,tnd dance at PavVfouV
Penil City. Hwa, will bo glveul'to
. y.t-i4i 'a
i ' '.l.M )iS u 1 1 c.t I umnif rli wra