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Revolutionaries Gather In Bar
celona And Disorders
Are Imminent .
BARCELONA Spain, Oct. 7. Mdbs r.nlhcring in Barcelona, excited
by republican agitators and racked by the lcvcluticnnry spirit, ricw so
lurRc and threatening- today that th author! ics had to call cut the civil
guard to disncKQ them. Barcelona jfl always n hotlcd cf rcvolutioniV.r,
and they arc noW s'irrcd up by the w 3nt unhcaal ,n Portugal.
The Spanish cabinet still enter fa-its r.iavc fears of ticuble in this
monarchy, and a strict watch is bciip: hent ever the republican leaders
to break up any conspiracy tint may be forming".
REVOLUTION COST MANY LIVES.
LISBON. Portugal, Oct. 7. The casualties cf tlic lcvolution here are
estimated at 3000, heavier than was first believed. There was a Rood
deal of scattered fightine;. Today it is repCrtcd that there has been a
battle between the revolutionists and some loyal troops at Sctubul, a town
a few miles from Lisbon, on the coait.
REPUBLIC ANNOUNCES PLANS
NEW'YORK, Oct. 7. Mtclindc, thc'Foicie;n Minister of the new Re
public of Portugal, at the request o" Frcs'drnt Braga, has cabled the As
sociated Press a statement 'outlining plans for a proRicssvc form of cov.
ROYAL SALUTES" FOR MANUEL; , ... '
, . , 'GIBRALTAR, Oct, 7. The AincrlcmO'afta British Warships', fired
royal' talufjcs loday 6i the orrival of Kiuc Manuel, who fled from Lisbon.
End Was Tragic
Caught In Los Angeles Times
Disaster, He Leaped
To His Death
Clinrchlll HarP-i:idor, oitpcr Honolulu newspaper man,' Ilsure I In itio
most sensational itfaturo of tbu cmiIoMiiii lintlio building of tliu l.os Ango
lea TlniCK which cor.t tliu lift) not only of HurvGy-Kldei- but of m my olITcra.
Coirt iiawtpipcis touilng to tills city todn) bioiiKlit n bili'f li'wy or
..- ....i.. I .ii........ TI... '..vnloulixi ..neiii-i-i ,1 lit 1 I I'rtttr lf lAHt K.-lt liril.l V
inumluK. and I bo" Coast nowspapors
HmcyKlilurf w.irf.nssUtantJtilly editor on tlio (Tlnics. Ar.iiiakliir? M X
t"r Harry U. An(liiiJ'fily (Editor '-Von llUn and iiifnt o'r tbo iMlltorl.il start j
i. .., ,..r. ,r..iA .:rti.... 1...I if..... .....1-l.lrt- i..iii.i1iw..1 liolillul III tUli 11 It V rnMlil' I
li.ul loft llfoif liiliccs, but llnruy-i:idtr
to link nfipr tlio luJutiRjlvrf J.Kt'ljcforo tbo'iuiptr w'uiljtij prera.
Ilo wii'aii'hl.) piUtwheij tha oxplosln'ltKilt pl.ip?. - Thot llro nurse I
nil niouiijlittni biilldliiK ami Ilarvcy-Kldcr f'nibl lint uacapo. Ho ran ti
tho Tindow and In desperation leaped threu ctoilos to tho pavciiiou be
low. Ills ilRht Icr was broken und ho was borlomily Injured Internally, be
hides JieliiK badly Mn nltud uroiiiidr tho head anil faco, und tbu liljurlea bo
lewiviji later procu nuui.
" A Coast paper tilU'S tho following
account of tbo disaster:
Tbo ll.ioiv- followed tliu oxpluslon
to quickly tmt thutiO In tbu hulbllu
bad llttlo clmnco to ucti.o. Many
tnved thdnsclvoj by loaplng from
Joseph Kuiiujl, tho Portuguoja
)outb, for wholu such u strenuous
flght Is being put up b coiituid, will
bavo lo unsiwrr for Ids alleged ct lines
befoo tho District Couit MugUtrate.
Judgo Andrsulo thin niornliu; gao his
decision In tbo mutter, and tbo plea
In bar ot Attornuy C. P. Chllllng
wnrih, who Is appealing for KorruJI,
vas denied. Cbllllngworlh iiuestloned
Ibo JurNdlptlon of tbo District Court
l.u tho matter, cliilnilns that lerrujl Is
Tbo only rnso Involved In the
question of tbo pica In bnr was tbo
charge of larceny In tho second de
gicu, which dues not umsUtuto u fel
Railroad to tap kona district
contain only, .to, llrstacenuutSiofflri, i
iviualud behind lit tlla i'tlty room"
windows, siirfL.lm! r.uvein Injm'lea In'
doliiK so. Ollieia N'cio ablo to Kct out
throiisb tho rront olti, hofoio tho
llnmcs riiv loped them.
Tbo biilldliiK biiruo.I wl'lt Inni'dlbli)
(Continued on Pauc 0) I
ony. All tlio four other chnrgea
npluiit Korinji tiro felonies, mid his
ago Itiut uotblug to do with tbo mut
Tho larceny cuso will cuiiiu up ut
Mi, rmiiin filing lift tlm ullirr elinreOA nil
Wtduutdny next and u Klienmnn llgit
wiij, "u t,u op uy iuu iici-iiv-.
Republicons arc patriots They
rcRittcr, Last chance on Saturday.
, ,p . . i i
Dr. Vlcloi S Chirk. o the liumni
pf ImnilRt itlnn Is v p'iiIiik runic Im
portant st'itlstics on ll'iwnlhtn nianii
fun uroi iiiul Industries, showing tho
wuges ot lulmr In tbo Tcnlturt mil
how capital Is dlldol.
llenlntur l.onnn teportii on ilu.itlt',
firm ,.finlnr-triti8 illuenROu flip llin flf.
J ipkii days pndln; September 1. lis
follows: Tiiborrulosls, 13.
I To register is a citizen's duty.
I Last ilmncc o:i Saturday. ,f .
A du Soiuca C.inavnfro, cuiibuI Kin
cm I. (rum l'(Mlii;!il to Hawaii or
nearly thirty jenrs. wilt bo totalised
til fillltn miitnt flu i tuiw i jmitiil.. If
till! CXpiL'tkCd Wishes Of PolttlgUOSO
I'ubjccts In tlio lultiiiitit !i:io nn thing
to du wltli It. A movement U now
un Toot amoiiK local Portuguese to
tend tn tliu heads ot the new rcyub
II' an cxpit'sslun of appreciation for
wli.it C.in.nano has douu in the pant
nial tlio liopo'tliat lie will be lcit lit
his (Hist hcie.
Mr. Cuuuvarro is more tlimi p?p
ttlur with lii3 follow countryincn. A
in o.iiliuint Portuguese-American tliU
moriilli;; stated Hint Cauavnrro liau
dotio u gieut ileal of lusting work In
tlio Islands, Hint bo bus refused bet
ter posts to remain here, und tbul
lio hopes to live tliu rest of his life In
tlic Tun Hury.
Tliu Portuguese who aro American
citizens will not, ot course, tako part
In tlio movunient to retain tlio con
nil, but Hioko wbo are still bubjocts
of tlio former inonurcby, now a re
public, will do w.
Local Interest lias attached to tlio
revolution laigoty tbroiiKli tlio crfccl
It will !uo un immigration. Dr.
VI -tor S. Clark of tlio bureau of Im
migration bus to far heard nothing
from tlio immigration agents, Uauiii
bill and Sllva. Mo tuld Mils morning
that they certainly would not go to
Spain, us that Nitintry'u laws forbid
uiii'li Immigration us they aro seek
ing. U. S. CRUISER.. l r
JNT TO SCENE
(Asxocliitol l'ri'iw C11I1I1'.)
WABIIINHTON, U. C, Oct. 7. Tlio
cruirr l)ej Moines was today order.
I'd to Clbrallnr In tlio expectation
that ltu prcsoiico may be needed nl
Lisbon or even on tbo Spanish toast
r.'OHE FLOODS DESTROY
. CR0PSAND CATTLE
(ClxlUI lllll lutlll Cll.lv.)
JOUI3VII.M:, Oct. 7. Disastrous
floods aro sweeping through Ohio
alie. .Mtiih iluningu Is being done
Id iyttlu mid crops. Heavy down
pniiiliiH of rain bus '"uiibed the over-
llowiiiR of tbu wnlcrwais. No less
of Hie Ins been reported.
HORSE RACE POSTPONED
Tliu Imrro laio between Mary
VrlnUlf ficlil arid l.lzzlo Monro, which
wau to Ikivii bcuu pulled off at Ka
lilidjitii I '.ilk tomorrow, lms boon
postponed until October IS, ono week
Chaliman A. I,. C, Atkinson of
tho rtcpubllcnu Territorial centinl
(ommlttco will avrlvo today from his
lidt to Iljiwnll,, where ho wont to
look Into the political situation. At-
kliuim's lepnit as to 'affairs on tbu
lllg hjand will ho tho-tlrst word-of-
tuoiith mecsage JtupubllcaiiB have re
ceived lately, and It Is ougorly uwMt.
cd. M Candlessi btri'UKtli oh Hawaii
Is not uuiluiuitlmnted, hut Kuhlo's
tour has ehnuged tho aspect of tbu
cno. thu Hciiulrliutis tay, and tho
bohs will llot pull his oxpected vote.
Tninorro'v the big thing' In local
polltks Is tin- exodus of Itopuhllcuu
ciindldateB to tho oilier side of the
Island, where thero Is to bo a big
political meeting ut tho residence of
12. llenrlques, to bo folluwed by a
liiiiii ut tho sumo pla"o. Tho Koo
Inn section will bo Invaded In force,
and campaigner and candidates will
be thicker than innrmiltoes. The open
ing of the meeting Is nt 2 o'clock,
and 'tindldates from Honolulu aroEC
,lug uiound In (tutrlng-ot mttos, -
IIILO ROAD TO ADD
Walter F. Dillingham Says
Right-of-Way Has Been
Walter I. Dlllllighnm ritlirncl fiom
tho Const on Ibo Sierra thlu ni'iriitii;;
brlr.gliiK wl h him a lot ot nuwu that
ulTocts IIu wnlluii Interests ami baal
nvi.scs. l'laus for an uxteiu.i 11 of tbo
1 1 Ho railroad, lor riisblns tlio work of
drcdslng Pearl llnrbor mid the ctory
ir an "oil war" I; lillrornl.1 matcrlul
Izul Willi tho'rchppvuinucu of the
oimg btiElnesi mnii In this cliy.
liu and a half n'ldltloini mllci
iro to bo roiiKlructcd nt ouco to tbu
llakaluii extension of tho Illlu road,
and Mr. Ullllngmim wlillo on tho
coast completed the details riir secur
ing tbo right ofway from tho lluka
Inn Plantation Company whoso pliuU
Urn lands nre ciosscd. This Is part
of tbu big fcehemn, of uxtcuslou ii'iw
under way, und tbo Iho and u lulf
miles farm an Important link.
"Tho arrangements for, tlm rlghtjif-way-wcro
amicably coneliidcd wbllo I
was In Callrornhi," Biild Mr, Dlllllig
hnm this mornliif,'. "1 lit) work Is ono
link In tho chain and ciniprlxcs tho
last section of Dm llakalau ex'.eiuldii
ami tbo jlrsL of tboPu.iiillo ex(,uu
sloo Ab'i ''iJwrtSOi of tlniu'lliP
wink will take, I cannot Hay. but It will
bo begun as soon ni possible"
Plans for Pearl Harbor,
Itofcrrlog to tbo woik nt Pearl Har
bor, ho said.
"Tbo big drcdsobull wo hiuo h.td
built in tho Northwest loft Portland
eslcrdny, 1 understand. Tho dredger
Is tho largest und most romplcto on
tbo Const, of tho icloctrlc hdraullc
typo, and wo In'l'-j to hnvo II In uper
a'tlon at Pearl HarlKir by December
1. Ono million tdx liundii'd tlintisnii'l
yards of material have been tot abldo
for It to work on.
"I nullclp.itu no trouble In tho pro
gress of Un, work and wo can goaran
ler tlio oiupletlon of tho Insldo sorlea
or di edging contracts on llnio. I learn
l this mornliig Hint llin new dredger
'(iaylord' mid Ibo rtnova'.sd 'Pearl II ir
whlih hnvo been employed on tho
Walk 1 1,-1 tilling contract aro about rea
dy Tor u Miction of tho Pearl llarlmr
Mr Dillingham found San rrauclsco
business Interests concerned with two
(lungs principally during Ids st-iy
then.', tho fight that Clans A Spree-
(Continued on Pace G)
PRINCE SUUN SENDS
HIS THANKS TO TAFT
(HlK-t'lal II ii 1 1 I'll n Cubit-.)
Ili:Vi:ill,V. Mass., Oct, 7. Presl-
dent Tuft hns received n messngo of
apire' latlun from I'rlnco Sunn, head,
of tbo Chltieso navy, who is on his
the icccptlon und
Mildness ot thu
UP THE SOUTHERNERS
(HikHhI li ii 1 1 u 1 1 ii r.iiih-.i
KNOXVIIXI'2,,Tciin., Oct, 7, Col
onel Uooseelt delivered tho princi
pal speech today ut the exposition
here. He touched In u lively way
upon national Issues,
L0R1MER AND SHERMAN
TO BANQUET TOGETHER
nmrvw-n nt i m-iiii,..,, i nri
mcr, thu llllnolii Senator who ilgurei
wii (untplcitouily In icccnt graft,
trial, nnd Vli'O-Presldcnt JanicB H.'
Sherman will meet today at n hail-.
quel nt Columbus, 0.
COL McCOMB MAY
HEAD NEW DISTRICT
Colonel Montgomery M. McComh,
Sixth Meld Atllllery, now on duty
on tho guiieiul staff, may ho the'licnd
of the uowly-created nillltarv district
of Hawaii. Ilepofts fiom the Coast
nre to tlm effect Hint be is hilled for
the Inland post, mid will be promoted
on tho letlrcment of lirlKndlcr-Oen-
on;, Albeit. I-. Mjor o Nueml)er K.
ALLEGED FENCE IS
LUCKY TO GO
This morning at tho Police Court,
T. Piigll, tbo Japi)iieio bag dejilor who
was charged with having received
stolen rihmIs, to-wlti u balo of simar
sacks, (ioiii the notorious erook, Tin
Soon, ,wii dlscbuiged from custody
by Judge Amlriido.
Tlio uildunro In tbo case was r.ko:i
lust -week, mid then Judgo llumihrlcH,
who aiipeaied for tlio defendant,
lucixeil lor tho dlxebiiigo of tbo ac
cused, us (hero was no uvldcnco of
uuy cilm i on his pint. Tiiu luirned
counsel this morning quoted authori
ties siipiiortltig bis contention, and
tbo result was that ono ease against
Kiigli was dismissed, und a second
ono was uollu piossod,
Tbu law- ic.uls that a man who ob
tains goods by means of u forged
order does not commit larceny, and
that being tho case, any third person
wbo buys bii'eh goods riom him, can
not Lo uccutod of iccelvliig stolen
goods. Tim man who presented tbo
order was guilty ol toigcry and ut
tering, but n:i bo Is already 'in jail
lor n long term. It is doubtful If any
thing will be douu 111 tbu mutter.
It, will bo remembered that Tin
Soon forged Deputy Jailor Ilurke's
blgiinliiiu In ,iu ordor Tor n balo of
bags and upon getting the sacks drove
dowrfwto Kitnll'K plnco and sold tbo
brand new bags ut Ju itliall MJiclr real '
vnlne. Ki, arr'iiimild tiiovl-,
donee of tbo pollca onicirH, who
searched bis slore, bad plncrd tbo
halo of now lings In u hack loom and
coveied Ihem witli old nncks
LINK GOES TO
Link McCandlrss, Democratic boss,
will go to Kauai thlu afternoon to
begin hi. ramp.ilgji on the Garden
Island. Ho will bo a companleil by
Knnlbo, tlio "Cannon Hull of Kohn
la," and David' Knlnwaln.
A- cording to tho present arrange
ments, the boss Will tpend niiout oks
week on the Island. 'Ho will sail on
tho steamer W (1. Hall at C o'clock
today, and will land nt Nawtiwlll.
From thoro ho will laku an automo
bile for Koloa, where he wljl bn wel
comed by J, S. Chandler, tlio Demo
cratic boss on Kauai. - i
lioss McCaiulkMH w( btgln his
campaign nt Walnica,, working his
way towards Ilanalv'l. Hoturnlng tti
Nawlliwlll, ho will catch tho stcaui
or Hall again next Tuesday night.
arriving at Honolulu on Wednesday
t .., .nll.nr,i.. nii,niK.ii it was
thought that MiCnndlcai and his,
party would gcto Hawaii again, fol
lowing tho trail or Delegate Kuplo,
hut lust night tho plan was changed
suddenly, MtCundlcrti feeling Ihut
Kauai Is in n critical position now,
After llnlshliig Kauai. MrCandloss
II nuiko u circuit of this Islund.
first, beforn returning to Hawaii to
repeat Jils story n' Immigration nnd
Ileforfc letutnlug to Honolulu, how
ever It l expo ted that ho will stop
on Knst Maul, taking In Knupo, Kl
pahiilif, liana, Nuhlku, Kcanao, Hit.
elo, Mnkuwno, und tlionco to Ijihn
Inn, where lie, wll catch the Mlku-
hi a to ko in moiok.u. no win inn
appear at Hie ctlcnicnt, It Is nil-
I.ust night at a Into hour, n Hawaii
an man ,wns "'.una on tno ciiicwsik
nl tbo I'isbmnrkni, c Ho had evidently
fallen on hlj wpt mil had been ion
del 'd unei'iif elous, t"hu man was tukuu
to (In- fjirct-i'ii Honidlil.
A "(crUctl ' iiTldeiitnl death was
ilirlied hi-'tlm rpioncr'H Jury that en-
"d Into -Mm denth of l.eo Kill, tho
v.. i,n.. rlilnevn nlui u-nu ulinl ul U'nl.
kill on Wediic.(lny Inst.
. i .
flemiblicans never shirk resnonsi
Tb.litv. They lerj'ster. Last chance
9n Saturday. .
For Big Island
New Line. Projected to Tag
Rich Kona and Kau
A new railroad for Hawaii Is pro
jected by local apltulitts and busl
ucts men, and will be formally un
nuuiiied with tbo filing today or to
morrow of articles of luioiporatlon.
Tbo Kona Hallway Company will
iucoiporute with u capital stock ofi
$luO,nou, (or tho purpose of build-!
Ing n road through tho Kona and
Kau dlstrl't of the Dig Island. Thcj
toad, If coiistriictcd, will tup a rich
coffee and tobacco producing ferritin)-,
and It is In the development of
this Territory Unit the promoters ico
Tbo road as roughly projected will
Pacific engineering Concern
To Construct New' Plant
The Pacific ICnglnecrliig Company
bus bicn awarded tbo contract 'for
the Anu-i l-iiui Can Company's now
bul'dln: at- Iwllct. Tho proposed
pl.'n p tbo building were publish
ed :i Kit da)s ugo by tho I) u ) I c.
t I ii.
Under tho terms ot the contract,
thu now building Is to bo ready for
or up.iney In forty d.is. Ono thou,
u.i nil wirds of toiicrcto aro called for
and thu lontiact prko h $11,01,10.
The new- building Is mnda neces
sary by the growth of thu company's
can manufacturing hiisluct's. Tlm la
tent machinery Is o be Initalled in
Fourth District 3142
Fifth District 3508
ItcsUtrullou today wus somcwlmt
Iii-IvL,i- llin,, n'lli.r.ln t lit,! wtlll ffill
tiM , ( bi0 t u lt thnt
,, u ,.-, . ,,, .,, ,,.,...
night, It will full far below thu ccll-
male fur Oahu.
reurliiB such u rush between 4:3')
nnd 10 tomorrow night that tho
fnrto of clnrl.s wU bo Jnmilllclei to
handle tbu eiowds, Chairman H. 1'.
Chllllngwoith of tho rcgihtrntlqn.und
board this morning uiged cerono
to reglttcr earlier, He say H'utl
wlillo his forco eau liandlo inly unlit
I nary Influx, thore nro probabilities of
a "(ingestion und he wiiuts to see tho
icglpttiuion ot every tjualllleil voter
lu tho rouiity.
The hooks will bo open tills after
noon f loin to 0:30 p, in. Tomor
row tbo hours aro 7:30 to 9:30 a.
m., 12 in. to 1:30 p, in., und to 10
Heury Msy & Cu.. Ltd., tliu Lead-
Ing GrmviH, lccolvcd by tbo Sierra
this lllOllllllK ii largo shipinOiit of
'r08'1 California fruits and fgo.'nbleB
To tegister is a citizen's
(Last chance on Saturday,
bo rcvcnty-r.lx mllca In length. The
Kona terminus will be ut Knwalo.T?
unit llin If , l..rtt,llltm nt lllinln
Wbiln tbu netiprnl ruotu tfi bn fol
lowed lias been planned, tho exatvj
line is noi ei locaieo, nun win uo
worked out by nil engineer In tlio
next few weeks.
The possibilities for freight
patsengcr traffic In this rich district'
have been canvureed by tho local peol
Pic who aro behind the road: nnd ltn
looks lll.o .i valuable proposition. The
franihlio has already been t.cciircd.1
and tlib ln-orpoathin of tho comj
(Continued oa Pace 3) , 1
i, .' .,.,,13
.. . . - .... ..
Aicmncrs ol tlic civic hederatlon'
bclictu that all otcrs r.bould regiB-
lur Theio Is nc political dlvisloit
on the iUC3tl.)U that cery American
citizen should exciclto the prlvllegn
vl franiliUo unci do his .full duty na
,i cltlcii by going to the polls.
Willi this In mind, tbo exo'utivq
cominltUo of tbu Chle Kcderation atl
Hb meeting held jclerday afternoon
lurccil the following resolution- i
WhcrciiB, It Is the duly of ill cit
Dens of this Tcnltory to tako an ac-l
tho Interest In tbo political audi
(Continued on Pace 0)
"Thu consolidation of the IwolHoH
nuliilii lominer lal bodies, the Charq-3
tier of Lcinimeic) and thu Merchants?
.u.toii.iilnii, siioiiiu not in any wjiyj
uu iicip.L-ci wiiii iiu uoiniiiurcini v;iuoi
of Honolulu," Mid 12. II, Purls, pres
Idunt of tbu Conimercl.il club, this
morning. "Tho Commercial Club iJ
a dub, puro and slmplo, und nt
though members ot the Chamber of
Commerce and Merehanta' AbaocU'
Hon meot tbcro from day to dayauU,
clluc ui'S Jiiforniully tho business 'anOj
oilier microns or. me Territory, mo
ilub ut uu unjanlzallun has notliln
to do In passing upon' tho. political;
business Iteues which confrontl
Chamber of Cot
Cmnniero. . . Jf.
Tbo ComiiKircial Club Is wfiat'may
be cuilod uetittul ground, nil wlilcUJ
men of any political pa'rty anil thosV
of dltfercnt buslnciis Interests, cap
meet and talk over their I ilea a, witli
out the foruiu'ltles whi Ii govern I
stated meetings of commercial bodies, j
called upon to otu unci i.vko rciioj
on the questions of thu day. The
f-luti w.ir fnrnii.il will, Ibn litpn nf
" .... K ,
PtmlillUK u fcoctul meeting nlaca-l
wuerc tno unwutown nusiueaa mea
Continued on Face 0)
SUGAR ' i
ha rit.wrisrn. Oct t TteetsTl!
duty, B1 annljsls, 9s. 9 1-Sil.; parity, H.ODcJl
' l'iel0U8 ntiututluu, 9a, 11 l-2d, M
-&f--iHU--rtl,tfftliggif (ilj'miiifitiliiiiiiattfiii 'fih ii pfrr1 " "!-f-J'flfaJ
P -' '