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From San Franclico:
Mongolia October 31
For Can Fiancisco:
Dlorru November 'J
Mnkuia November G
Maumi November 8
Whenever you tec n successful and
important local business yn will
And that firm's advertisement in the
EVENING BULLETIN. V,
'2:30 EDIT. ON
Advertising causes the blood of trade to tingle
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4751,
10 PAOES HONOLULU. TERRITORY Or JIAWAil. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WOOLLEY BOBBING UP AGAIN
Bid PACKING HOUSE WOULD COME
Kills Prohibition Resolution !
Before American Board
Woollej 1 till nt wo k tnlng tJ.
saddlu I iivvall Willi piiihlliltloii.
lint ). It. Cisllu w.u clcsu (in g.m l.i.lucillaioi) to nttiul; tlio Wojl
Woolloj'u tlill ami kliltit il Woolley. ( Idea o.l erjit tlly high moral
p olilblllon Ittnlii.ltu Hint wna pie 'giounds, with the iisult tli.it the ics
tented at the aiiuuul meeting of thu oliillun waa mnothured In tlio torn
American Ilo.iiU of Missions, mltlcu and did not own reach tliu
Mr. C.utlo went Haul tu attend r.encrul tendon of the boird,
the meeting of the bo.ud in Huston. I Mr. Castle made eiilIi a strung ren-
illid when hit nrrlvcil nil the kii'IIO
of action was tonicwh.it uurprl.scd to'voto of tlio peode In tills Territory
llnd Woolley there with a long rcso-tli.it Dr. IIIUs of Sjrla, who wus
liitlnn on piohlliltlon for lf.iw.ill. clinlrtium of tliu loiniiilttro, tald that
Woolley'u proposition was to Ii ivo In the In o of Mr. Custlo'u tdatcment
the Amerl an Hoard of Missions at' of the taeo he would not rUk tin ad
its annual meeting p.tJ tliln rcsotu- er.ue icpoit.
tlcn, whlih i.illid on CoiircfH to Mr Cattle not on'y blocked tliu
enact u piolilbltinu law foi tlio In- pu lilbltlou letolutliin at that meet-
lands, 'despite the adverse deelaraj
Hon of the pMiilc. Hiroiyili llicplcb, pi'(.voMl:itt Its pash.iro or reruiyitUon
"isfcT"rr J' " - ,j. ti,c. American Mltalonary Ansotl-
' Mr. Cnstle Immeillatvlj" began wiirjalici.
on Woolloy. Ilo wrs In n ory Eood M. Ci .tlo wns licokcit to BpcnU at
position to flrjht tlio tchenie, as ho tlio JiuIhiii'c Coutcrciuc on October
hail been npptlnteil n meinbei of tliu
liuslnctH (ommlttto to wlikh tlio
Woollc) rcBOliitlou was rcrcrrcd.
Win ii tills retidnllon rami) up In
tlio oiumltlcn, Mr CiiHtle found tlio
PLAN ON FOOT TO
Mllitaiy dc tiiso of Hawaii Is Jiut
now taking up to ninth tutciitloli lit
Iho wai mid nnvj ilfpailnitnls 'tha
a nioicincut Is on foot th lnciL.i.-.e ilio
pils.tnt iiiillitulzcd Lliiugtli ol tliu mil
bllo utmy In orjlur t'i iuiildo inoio
tiocp.-i to bo tent to tlio Tenitor(
Aiipj o(tlters iin In tlio Territory.
ii.ne IIUJlll 01 IM1S lUUtIIIL'IU Willi lliu
addition il Infoi ninth u tint u bill is In
bo diaft il and presented to Coujichs,
liuvldlug for on Incitato In Iho regit
, In this (O.iiuctldi a San rrauclsco
piper imbllbhi'H tlio following dispatch
rimii Its Wayhluglou corrosinilent:
'Iho icicnt otnor of tlio war do
p.nlni'iit in iking the Hiwallaii Islands
a mllllai) illHtllct. with a Inlgidlei
Kcnti.il In (iiiiiniaud but still rontluii
lug as prt ol the department of Cull
fnrnhi, la prolulilj the foienmner t
nifilei hilly IniroiBlng Iho number of
tioopj nf the mobllo in my us woll as
of Ilia coast ailllhn cirps i.tutloned
thtro, nml Iho (irganl7atlon of Hawaii
Into ii uepnruto mlllturs ilcpirtmout
Iho government is smndlng millions
DEMOCRATIC SECRET CLUBS
DISBANDING AS RESULT OF
. REVELATIONS OF TRICKERY
' exposed by tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n day
lifter day by tho publishing of fuels,
mid llguics that 'tin not bo ssurtcyi
full denied, the Democratic bcciet
political' clubs mo fust going to
pkees In Honolulu
Meetings of the (lulls In many pro
clncts hao been called tot the past
two evenings, with but a minll pei
tontngo of the mimibprslilp prespnt,
and tho fmiuer Domncrntlr worltcrs
nio deserting tho secret societies lit
erally by tho seme.
members Inclined to lio fiux-alilo oil
high muiul giounds Mi. Cisllu bo-
rPMioilittlnn fur Mill r( i iienltlitti nf the'
In;;, but he alto pavd Hie way for
'J I Them was no upctlal day set
np.ut for Hawaii, but tlio conferenro
jiiIw.hh cilU foi facts anil Hkuics ro
r.iiiIIiik lli pniKret'j of tlio piopto of
th(ve I lands.
In cl.iblUilntf an linmeuso ii.imiI base
lit IVarl lltiibn, uud filrtllle.illunsar
(onlcmpl lie I. in undei way fin pi'i
teillhNtlils 1i3to and llouoliilii. The
liilllturruutliu Hies mo pointing out
that, tlio i!e i uis' foillllcallous of tin1
Islands alone will not bo miillciuit t.)
pirlccl the illy an I nnal 4iasr, and
It will lie netcssjry lo hold Iho entire
Is! mil ngiiluut mi atliuklug foico. 'this
will rtmilro cmalry nml Infantrj tu
In Ihlx (onmctlim Ililg idler Hen
oial Arthur Mi.rrny, ihUf of tliu to.i.it
urtllkry, said In his niiniial icport-
'Tlio need of providing regutai
troops for this urpoho Is tliu ino.it
pieshlng mil I tin y netcsilty ronfioni
lug tlio tlnl'eil glales, nml I ictoin
inuul that n hill nuthorUliig mi In
rnjnti In tho piosent nuthorlzel
strciin'lli of iho mobllo army for tho
ptuposo of furnishing Hie regular mo
Idle mm) tinops lucdeil for Ihu do
foiiFu of Hid Island of Onbii bo pr"
pared as soon lis practicable, with a
lcw In I s submission lo eongiess at
tho iiivt session "
Hluco tho llu I lot I n began its
revelations of tho methods by whl h
the Domoirats have attempted to
(ontiol rltj nml (ountj goveriinient,
tho Dcmiirrntlc managers have prac
tical!) dropped their louiieetlou
with tho hrtiet societies In somo
d'sea this Immedhitel) icsulUd in a
illsbandmeiit of the so letles; In nth
ois thoj tiled to lmld tngotjioi, hut
tlio memberH would not slid..
In one precinct 111 the Hftl Ills-
uonunueu on race i.
:: u :: :: :: n t: v u :: : n a n t :: t.
t! Olurlus A Ciillrill, Iho negro
it politician of Toledo, Ohio, whoso It
It nppoliittuent :is e dice lor of inter St
tl nit icveum In tills cl y was to- U
St puled Htpitiy an In lonlL'in St
!1 plain ti will n t In s il to ll'i'io- St
.'I lii'u A f. (' tl lion rli.ill ss
,t: ttmi of tlu lie, nil lei i I err tori il SS
il (iniriii counilitou tcicgr.ipnol to :i
S forme (livciur (icingl It. Cur St
t It, In N w Ycuk tti tnkc iii tlio SS
tt p-otot, nmt i In or SJVcinr did St
V. not 'olii). II" to'lk a train for SS
t V.'u 'iliiMon nut tin nultei wai SS
I iM li-r.irc "rr.ui.nt Tuft nl :t
iiilo The riwJ.it Ih contained In St
lb" follov lin rih'cjruiu wtilrli It
tt has b"("i raulvcd li Cliiiriiun '
"Wm IiIiik on 1) C. Atkinson, tt
t lion itnli I'icHliltrt insiiren mo It
tt Cnltrlll will not be Kent to II.i St
;. i..." ii
tt (Klgn-d) CAItTKR SS
tt SS t$ SS tt tt tt tt tt IS SS tt SS SS St JS tt i
FOR DITCH .
J T, MiCrokson, (il tlio llannllnu
liiijatlou Compjii), will le.no Iho
ITeiiltoiy lor Washington, I) C., m
Notcmlicr U to.iijcvut tu. WuiIiIhk
tonraatll(iiltles his plium for the groat
Kau ditch, ouo of tlit hlKKist irrlga
tion ptoposltlous In Hie Islands.
It Is n J.t.nuOtHIO Job, and In ordor
lo llo.it Its bonds Iho couipaii will
Ih.uo to get a lift onr Icieo on the
pioporty for dltili uses Under the
picHUit ors mlc ntt, mi llf'j-year
I'uls rm In- gnintul, mid mi niuciid
meat will h.nc to ho undo to tliu act
bdoro the (oiiipiin) can plotted, It
z lo i;lI iiiilhorlzatliu for tlio amend
incut mid pit his proposition before
'lie nuthiirlU s Hint McCntscon Is go
lug to Washington
Mocllled Prtss riblf
I.ISIION, I'ortllgll, O t US. 1)0-
(ices nf tho republican government
proiniilg ited tod ty nunoiiiico tho
tomplete n'p nation of church ami
rtilc The freedom of tlio ureas nlid
of Kpccih Is guaranteed
BIRD-MEN TO FLY
IN SAN FRANCISCO
( W'Hlalid PriKH Cubic
SAN PltANCISCO, Oct ,18 All
lnleinalIon.il mint on meet will bo
held heiu from November 2 i to De
cember S. Illrdmi'ii from all over
tho world will bo present.
(AHBnrl-ited I'ris f'nld1 V
NUW YOHK, Oet. 28. This ilty
Is In utter "(onfuslou on n count of
tho ttrll.e of the oxpross coininnlos'
drlverK. IHotliig and fights aro oc
Itopuhlleane of Iho fotiith uud fifth
illsliictB will unite tohlght In a nilly
nt I'niiuu, In Ihu I'unchli'iwl dlstilct
ouo of thu Pnal bCH'.lons In that ills
1 1 let and expected to ho attended hy
tho lurgist rowd nf thu campaign
Tho ruin 111 dlatrlct workers will he
out In force, and most of the part)
speakers and candidates will bo pies
cut I'niina has given thu Itepuhli
cans a lieuil) welcome Ihls eunpalgn
nml should iol up n good mtijoilt)
Demociiitlc meetings loi tonight nio
at Niiuanii and l'ano.i mad and nt
School nml I.llilia sliei Is
Aiinouiirement was inndo fiom bolh
liPiidqunt'erT tnhj'MhiU In raso ruin
rnntlniicd, tho meftlugs would not ho
DETAILS DUG UP
Alleged Discoveries Connect
Former Customs Inspect
SUSPECT "DOPE" WAS
TAKEN IN SUIT CASES
Piico of Drug in Local Mai ket
Dropped following Heavy
Importation from Trans
Pacific Lifici, '
Albert C. Dowers this morning ar
rived from Maul and immediately
went to the office of United States
Marshal Hendry and nave himself Up
before the warrant for his arrest was
He was liberated on bonds of $15C0,
the same amount as In the case of
Tred O. Noyes who was arrested yes.
I'lnsccutliig lilllcerrf 'who aro delv
ing Into the cli.itgca filed against at
least two men formeily connected
with the stuff of local customs Inspec
tors think lhe hao teeured much
Important evidence ipnccrnlng whole'
sale iinpoitatlons of opium Into the
poit of Honolulu within tho past four
Willi tho Issuance of warrants for
former customs Inspectors Tred (J.
Noyes and A ( How era romu a num
her of stories which allcgo th it with
tho arrlial of tho Hteamililn China
along about Iho middle of last July,
a number of this of dope wero conxoy
ed to tho shole followed by a similar
shipment of the drug t'iken from an i
other Pacific Mnll vessel In Heplom i
Willi the arrival of llcrl Howprs
from Maul hv Iho steamer Manna Kei
'Ills morning, Hulled Kt.ites prosccul
lug attornc) llreckons It Is expected
will put tho former customs Inspec
lor through another Inquisition
In connection with tho nriest of
No)ps nml Howers'lho Btory is that
during the slii) of Ihu liner Mongolia
at Honolulu tho llrst pirt of thh
month, nt least eight suit eases tilled
with opium It alleged lo luivo been
liimliil butvvitn seven o'clock In Iho
evening uud midnight.
Vhnt Is h'lleveil to have led tho
I'ederal ollleers to tako up Iho quoU
fur Illegal opium ImporliitloiiH with
rcuoui'd vigor Is tho roixirt that with
In n space of foily eight hours tho
bulling prlto ottlia seductlvu drug line!
iliopptd fiom seventy to forty five
It Is ilcclued that the sliimo of
opium In Honolulu market followed
Ihu last known Importation of the
In order to bring nhoiit such a fall
In Iho pilrn of the drug II lias'hcon
estimated lh.it at leist onu thoifsaud
tins of tlio stuff of which dreams nut
madu must luivo been brought ashore
In the last shipment
Iho I'ldeml oIlleorH In churgu of
the prosecution of alleged opium
smugglers nro unwilling lo reveal mi)
details connected with tlio case In
which Moksrs Nov en and llowers huvo
been connected The) also positively
lefitso lo stale whether Iho investiga
Hon that Is now going on within tho
rooliut's of tho Judicial) building will
continue In ovei widening circles until
It.vvlll have Included a number of ol Ii
ers within Its scope
Sllll It Is ficely hinted that several
persons qnnie of whom may bo run
bldeied ns "higher lips" mil) )ot luivo
occasion to Impart Interesting Inform
ntlon to the prosecuting olllceis
SCHLEMMER NOT GUILTY
After a length) deliberation Iho Jur)
handling the ruse of Mux Swhleiumi'i,
chin ged with bringing aliens Into Iho
Terrl'oi) unlaw full), In ought in a ver
dirt of not guilt).
A rw'loiiQ Is n hnnl blow lo anv
Jow it. CharIeton News nml Cour-
(Ai(M-lntcd ,rrns rntil )
NHW YOHK, O t 28 Itctlnod
lug.ir lias been reduicd fifteen cents
I a hundred, following tliu reduction
' of tho crude product.
(AhhocI itid 1'riHK Ciitdr )
NKW YOUK, Oct 28 - It was an
nouiicc'l In lliiaucl.il circles today
Hint tho Ainerlian loan of fifty mil
lions to China has been consummat
ed. J. i Morgan S. Co. aro Inter
ested In tho deal.
TAFT TO INSPECT
THE PANAMA CANAL
(Amm.luli.1 l'rcss Cald ) I
WAHHIMiro.N, I), c, Oct. -S.
l'rtsldei Tult vvlllsnll for I'nnnini
niu Limn on oo.uiii-.
WILL SERVE OUT
No Indictment Is Brought
Against Girl Now
Alexandra Kudiiii va lo I'lll I) In
In Jill awaiting thu action of tliu
1'ecleial grand jur), ami as Hint bod)
doej uoi meet .ij, ilu until Jaiiimr),
sho Is due foi tluee months mine lit)
111 ml the bars bo anise her casu was
not hi ought to thu attention uf thu
jur), siippobcill), at lis session which
dosed lust week.
Tho girl lu a Russian who live I
with Phoney Davis for u Mine, and
on hci lebtlmoii) of their life he was
proceeded against ami Is now bcrvlng'
n sentence In prUun for violation of.
thu IMmiinds Act.
It was on April I Ijuit tho girl
was arrested under thu t-imo charge
as that against Davis, but on her
tcstimoii) against him sho was given
lor somo limo stio liven in n wen-
known fiimll) of tho city as u scr-
vuni, nnii irom mere sue was muc.i
before United States Ciitumlssloncr
Judd for a hearing, beeauso Bhoworo
(1 COOll llllt mid Silk CO.lt. both Of
which It wns brought out after tho
hearing had closed iiau(iicon givon
her liy tho women In tho family
where Hho wnil.ul
On August 27 she wns bout to Jail
again for detention pending tho uc-
Hon of tho grand Jury on tho former
Large against hei, and she la still
tl.o.c. walling and waiting.
II) tho tlmu tho grand Jur)- meets
lu .lanuar), Alexandra will hnvo
served nractlcillv six mouths sllico
she wns committed In August, vvllh
out ever hivlnc been tried for tho
oHenso charged agiiiusl hey.
Davis Is now serving a sentence of
six munths after being convicted by.
a Jury of tho charge against lilnii
and If tho girl Is brought to trial
after tho first of tho )ear, her pun-
Ishment will ho iniisldorahly moiu
than Hint of tho man who took hor.
lo live with him
When nuked this morning wh,v tho
grand Jur) had not Investigated tho
case or brought an liulU Uncut,
Hreckoiia was uncommunicative. I In
did s.i), however, that he might let
her go without further a' Hun
It Is n g i2 sne's that the pi mo
ulting nttoriiov forgot all about tho
gill I) lug in Jail I
The girl who goes nbioad to marry
doesn't ml ml if her trip has baron
lesults Huston Trans rlpt. '
After Hawaiian Pineapple
That Aiiuour & Co,
one of tliu
blrgcU packing III ins In the world,
ii picparlug to Invade Hawaii, is
tliu news that has rea bed Honolulu
fiom tliu Co.ibt, where nlrt.it!) the
llrm has bteiired moio than a foot
hold Having istalillshed Itself In
California, the gtc.it patlilnc house
now plans to teach 'till
alleld, anil lias ulre.id) In
plalluu n Echcme for goluu. Into tliu
pineapple iudustr) here, I
Almoin- k Co Is prlmarll) a tneaj-
packing house, but It linn nlinuet as
niang side lines as it h.u braneli of-
Ilees. I'luni Chicago thu llrm1
stretthea out anus lo every big city
f tuc tountry and has. I.irgu ,'uro
,,,, coiieaions. "
ItK pvpuis.uj nlu tin friilt-imik-
lug Industiy was fltst made somo
lime ago, when Armour agents e-
mi ted timliol of many largo orchards
in the Mlddlo AYest. Tlio Invasion
of tnu u.illtornia iicm is moro reecni, I
and was enused li) the failure of tho
big f I ult e jp In Michigan. With
the Ml big ni crop a disappointment,
the llrm turned to California.
I An agent uf the Aimors, C W.
Davidson, who was In Honolulu two
mouths ago, has been In California
for rovcral weeks, negotiating for tho
Icuntiol or tho California l'rult Hack
cis' As. itlntlim, and securing op
that the, California
LYMER TAKES THE
OFFICE AND SO
Tho Inking of tho oath of olll o.
this morning b) W II. l.ymer ns ills
trlet magistrate of Honolulu this
morning, upon his return from Maul,
settles the matter of who Is to sit,
on the bench in tho nolleu court of
speaking of tho statement In
n10 niorulug paper to tho ertect thatl
l0 wm,, Ilc cpt I,)mcr'g resignation
f t should bo presented, Chief Jus-
ll.n ll..i-tu,i1l ulnln.l It,,. I... li.i.l .w,
intention of doing uii)thlng of tho
"Tills appolnmont was mndo uflor,
'duo deliberation," said tho ehlof Jus-,
llcei i.nIIl nf,er (nnsultntlou with
PINAR DEL RIO IS
Aniclaipd Pun C"W
HAVANA. Ort 28' Humors lire
current here of Impending uprlsingsof n iovo'1 In Orto-o were greatly
nt I'innr del Illn, Hinntouimo. and' oxiiggeralcd. Whllo thero Is . some ft
.troops hnvo been Bout lo Hut district.
FROM THE WATERFRONT
DAN YOWELL "I believe It is to the Interest of workirs on the water
front to vote the en. Ire Republican ticket straight. I am going to give my
heartiest support to the Republican party In this election, although In that
past I have been a Democrat. Out the Democratic party Is rgalnst the best''
Intc-ests of us on the docks this year, and that is why I Intend to vote
straight for Kuhlo's ticket." ,.,,
J. P. MITCHELL "I believe In the
with the exception oi ine time wnen
rhlp, I hive alv.ays voted for Prince
"The Republican party stands for
Uuuiy .v VV.C IIG B.IU'U'lb iipuwiivn
iikKoclatlou has reached an. arrange
ment with the big Chicago llrm. ,
The California l'rult I'aekcrs' As-
Eod.itlon Is tinsel) linked with tho
pineapple Industry In Hawaii. A few,
il.ijs ago It IV Huntley, head of the
asHitlatlon. left Honolulu for Saul
l'miicls o after a week's stay here",!
during which time, It 1b stated, ho
effected an arrangement with iho
Consolidated lMnc.ipplc Company,
which amounts to u merger of the
While tlio Armours aro after the
Cullfornla association and nro negotl.
atlng for options on the association's
thltt) tanneries, ns well us Its Ha-
u..li.iu buslnets, tho Chicago Iioum, Is
j.wUo looking over tho Dole pineapple.
IiiIiti.Iu In llin Is am s. t:. V. Da
Ivldson, the Armour agent, who waa
hero two montliB ago, talked with
.lames I). Dole toncernlng tho mat-'
ter, but left without making any dof-
unto arr.ingemeui or oner. .-ow no
is on tho Coast again and may rc-
turn to Hawaii jQi
Mr. Dole said this morning may
vvlilla he litis had im direct .negotla;
tlons with tho Arinoura. he knew.
thev wcru considering this field.
"Mr Davidson was hero two months
ago mid we talked over tho sltun
It, .it ' c.tl.l t rv.iln 'lmt fin rnnplll
...... ...... ... .... ...... .f.
siou was rcacueii, it wuiim nui ui-
tirlkii inn however, to tea Armoura
tome In here. ?
OF POLICE JUDGE
lending members of tho liar In thlsfj
j city :d6
- Mr Miner came In from Maul
this morning and has already tak'en '
thu oath of olllco Ho will probably i
nssiimo his judicial duties on Mon-i
(day, after consultation with Mr,
Weaver, tho becond magistrate."
Thero has niiparontly been opuo-Ml
sit Ion to I,) mcr's appointment In ser.
ernl quarters, tint In vlovv of the
r..f t fl.i.l l.n (.wily lltn n.ilh nf nfTIrn ti
this, morning. It cecum that Justice
llurtvvoll Is satlslled with his np-
polnlment nnd tho-reecunineiiilatlons
of those whom ho consulted In the
NO REVOLT YET
IN SUNNY GREECE
Ins Oihle.) '
28 tho rumors
I iiniest there Is mi rovolt, ' i.
dcetrlne of the Republican party.
licrjert wilccx ran for the Delegate.
the prosperity of Hawaii nel. I
hit.rc una (line.
iLkttlijii&L i'J' av 'i .