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NIiioii Jlaru ....November
ESTABLISHED 1882, JfO. 47G5.
TERRITORY MOURNS DEATH OF EX-GOVERNOR
Admiral Yashiro and Training
Squadron Given Cannon
True to the time ns reported by
Wireless yesterday, Ills Imperial Jop
nncse Majesty's training warships
Asama and Kasngl, In command ot
Admiral Yashiro, famous naval hero
of Japan, appeared on tho horizon
this morning shortly heforo 7 o'clock
und within a short time anchored oft
Admiral Yashlro's flagship Asama
was In tho lead as they approached
tho anchorngo, where, they were
boarded by tho pilots, who biought
them safely to tho naval dock.
Tho Mikado's chips were welcomed
by a Japaneso sampan fleet, most
beautifully decotnted with tho lings
of all nations. The Japancsoftafis
were conspicuously placed at the top
of thp 'masts. -while the-Sta.s and
Stripes flew proudly ovor tho Jront
peak of thn sampans.
Ilefote the flagship Asamncntcred
the. port, tho sampans, famine a
number of tho enthusiastic and pa
trlotlc subjects ot the Japanese I'm
peior, had made circuits of the two
ships. The lo'nl Japmeso cheered
In unlron, "whllo the ofllccis and men
on hoard the llagBhlp stood at atten
tion. Protri'nent Japanese Welcome.
Consul-neiieral Ujcno. and Messrs.
Y. Akal, manager of the Yokohamn
Specie Malik; W. Motoshlge, presi
dent of tho Japono3c Merchants' As
cqclatloii, and l)r. K. llalda tho re
ception romniTtteo went out In Ad
miral Iters' prlvato launch to meet
Admlrnl Yaslilio, but tho sea was
loo rough to go very far. They ro
mnliied near tho lighthouse and
waited for the entrance of tho flag
ship. Dr. Sinclair, the ituaihntino
official, and a number of the Japan
cse loprcscntatlvcs of tho Japanese
press, also went out In 1110 quar.in
tine launch, but they, too, were
1,755,813 TONS IS
' Wlllfjlft Oinya 3"gir Journal for
Oct.-SO, gives tho following Important
forecast for tho sugar scnton of 1010
11. VISIBLE SUPPLYv-Totnl stock ot
Kutopo and America, 002,093 tons
ngalnkt 021.175 tons last jear at tho
enmo pnoven ilaton, Tho Incieaso of
stock Is Ho.ijlS tons' against an In
rreaKO -of ."n'.lfin last wcok. Total
htocks and nfloata together show a
Visible supply-'of S01,fl!)3 tons, against
C72.475 lonH last yoar. or nn Increase
of 128.I11S Ions.
RAW8, This lins been a ciop re
port week,npd Jho crop reports haye
beep veiy fiivnra'blo' so far, tho ex
perts anticipating' an over abundant
eupply, which has further dopiosbed
lleet root sugar declined from 8a
ti, to 9s. 2i',d, O,92o.) to 9s, 3d. nt
tho close for October, 9i. 2'jd. for No
vember, 9s. fid. for May
.lavn Cano declined 3d. to 10s. 3d
(3Kr,c,)i oullnary fiennan Oraiiulatcil
Is i educed to parity of 4.5f!c. hero.
Hopoited business liero was llmltod
to two cirfions'JiivnR at basis of 3.90c
per lb. until the cIoho, when larger
sales wero mado of sugar stoiod In
New Yofk and Philadelphia at 3 85c
iinrt for sblinepj from Cuba nt 2','jc
C. & I. 13.B0OJ, ,
forced back by the head wind and
.As tho flagship Asama, with Ad
miral Yashiro and Captain Sanders,
the local pilot, standing on tho
bridge, entered the harbor, tho Amer
ican flag was hoisted on the mainmast
and tho salute of twenty-one guns
boomed forth from the sides of thn
flagship. The salute was returned
from the naval slioro batterv. Then
tho flagship fired thirteen guns 'nr
Admiral Heos' flag, ns It flew gently
but majostlcntly on tho flagstaff of
tho Naval Station.
The Asama, spl k and span and
showing llttlo or no tiaco of her voy
age of eighteen jlajs from Yokohultn,
was alongside ttiu No. 2 berth by '
o'clock, and after the rnmnlctloli of
"tho" itmal formalities at the "port, a
lingo aim loprescntauve uoicgaiinn
ot local Japanese officials, business
and professional men were permitted
to bouid Iho vessel and there pay
their respects to Uear-Admlral It. Ya
shiro, who is in command of tho flag
During tho exchange 'of; salutes,
the flagship's band, iindeV the loadt
crsltlp of Lieutenant Noznka, plac
ed American nlrs, wlillo the men
on board the Bhtp Etood at atten
tion. The marine guards from Camp
Vdry, who were waiting for the dock
ing of the Asama, also stood at at
tention while they presented arms
Tho exchange of naval alohas b0'
tween tho men of the two nations
was most ennllnl. ,
Following nlmost In tho wake of
the Asama came tho llttlo cruiser
KnFagI, earning her armament of
eight nnd four-Inch guns. This vos
sol was moored on the Kwa sldo of
tho naval whaif and directly oppo
site tho berth assigned to the Asama,
(Continued on Pace 2
FOR NEXT YEAR
Tho crop news roforred to rotates
to Mr K. (). I.Icht's eRtlninto of 7,700,
000 tons beot sugar ciops of Diropo
against G,13S,000 tons last year, nn
Increase of l,BC2,ono tons.
Also to our own estlmnto of world's
cano ci npi nnd Including the Cuba
crop of 1,900,000 tlpjin ngainst 1,800,
000 tons last year.
Our United Btates domestic beot
crop estimate ot 415,000 tons Is 5.G9D
tons less than luht year.
Tho cntlio cano crops of the world
show n possible increase of '199,408
tons, mid cano and hqetciops together
.1 possible lucieiiso of 71,813 tons,
aFsurlng.m'c'onsIdernoly lower level of
pilccs for this campaign fiom tho one
now closed. ' . ; i
; Details of ihe sugar situation given
'lereivllh nro of Interest, particularly
as relates to Cuba, nnd tho effect nt
tho huirlcaticH which passed over thn
western end of tho Island.
Tho piCFent beot ciop estimates
','lvc an Incieaso for (loriiiany of about
22, Austria, 27'; Franco, Si; l.ow
Countries, 21 , say 20" Increase for
ill convention countries, and r3 for
HiHBla iiloiio. Altogether, for Kmopo,
Including Hussla, 25.4 Increase. Tho
crop ostlmiites, have Inoi eased 300,000
tons ovgr the ni'iKliuum "cnniinorclal"
nillu'iiito of, pqptemher, '
(Continued on Face 3)
FADES. HONOLULU, .TERRITORY
pabK u,-The wml r.u-'
Inot has resigned owing to friction'
over proposeu inuor legmauon
prompted by tho recent railway
strike. Tho cabinet has been hope
lessly at Issue 'with tho President In
this matter. Premier llrland, it Is
understood, has consented to form n
new ministry. Affairs In Franco
finvo not settled slnco tho groat In
NO REVOLUTION IN
SPAIN ON YET BUT
(Aspect (ted lYeM OjiMp.)
MADItll), Spain, Sov. 2V Itiimora
of uprlrltigs here were unfounded,
and denials of Impending revolution'
navo iit-cn sent out. At ine same
time, the gravity ot ine situation is
recognized by nil.
(.Ansnclntfd Tress Cilile.)
CHICAOb. Nov. 2. Serious clashes
between the pollro nlid the f-trlkliiKl
gai inent workeis marl'il the day
hero, T'i garment wail.ers nro lo3
peinle and gather In mobs In the
street, dctlngerforts nf the police to
dUper tl.ij. . I) h f
I 4 . t A ', . 11 II 1 ?
Sixth bistrict Homestead Ap
plicants Were Drawn
Tor tho first tlmo sluco tho draw
lugs for homestead l.unii commouced
a wcok ago Iho number or nppllca
tlons received w'hen Iho box was open
cd this morning for tho sixth district
was largor than tho number of lots
to ho given out.
There nie but twelvo lots In tho
sixth district which complines the It-land
ot Oaliu and for theso twelvo lots
there wero tlilrty-ono applicants.
It Is believed, however, by tho offi
cials ot the land o 111 re that tho total
number of applications will bo consid
erably below tho total number of lots
to bo apportioned, this being duo to
tho fact that sovcral persons liavo
made application In each district.
They took this chance In order that
In one district their names might bo
drawn out near the llrst ones and they
thus got an early cholco for a lot,
Thoso'who put In applications for
lots on Oahu In tho order that their
names woro diavvn from tho box today
1, IVinls M. Lewis; 2, Arthur O.
Aubrey; 3, IMward Johnson; 4, Wil
liam S. Newlun; 5, Augusta O. 'Lan
sing; (1. Henry J. i'li)elumujy.f 7.
Chns. T. Day; 8, Slnacln U, papo7a':
9, Moro !'. Arnott; id,' Wm. Ollllos;
Snmuel Mnkapo; 19, L. M. Koanmil;
20. Charles Wagner; 21, Mary Jonscn;
22, Alice Tllllctt; 23, H, V. Ilogers;
24, Slaiy II. Cooper; 23, Manuel O.
Sylvester; 2fi, Fannlo K. I'alntcr; 27,
Charles A. Cooper; 28. Oeorgo R, riltz;
29, Mrs. Theresa Kckal: 30, William
Kaluna; 31, Inilso A. Mrflregor.
Tho case of Clio ring Vo nnd four
other Koieapa charged with assault
and battery canio on before Judga
Cooper this morning but there wero
so many challenges of the Jurymen
that a special vnnlro had to lie sent
out to gather moie. As tho Jurymen
weio not ducks tho eomt had to in
move to tho Siipiomo Court roonl, the
roof over the liny linr In ihn'crlim
Ipui couit leaking piofusely ' In Jim
heavy lain ot thu moiiilng.
11, Flqicnco, Kekai: IV, Doii'J. Jnrvls;
13,ioin li I'a'ooj ,1 14. 'Henry A
.Wrieht- icjfinn.i5S'iikii,iX n. t
ChilRthrferscn; 17, William Mann; 18
OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1910. 10 PAGES.
y SllCCCSSflll Oil Part Of
LOCAL CONCERN HAS
FIGURE ON REST
Hawaiian Dredgillg Company
Pt fU!.-:i.. f ai.i,
to Get Majority of Work
interests UOmbinO in UpOr-.n'o
ntlon of Dredgers,
As fiiiccikt liv tho II n 1 1 o 1 1 n
tvw, iIuvh nco. the Hlandard-Amcrle.i.1
)1WK1IB company, one of the big-1
,, ,., of Its kind In the
. . . . ... ...... I
I wo. Id, has i entered the local Held as
an active bidder on big I-ederal ion.
I .nni. T in !. .ml.. I nui.nnn-
i. ...... .,...,"., v.. umuw ..,.,..-
n...& (...!.. .. ...na ..... .....I I... ...tin
nnc today was crowned by whot
looks llko auccna In securing part
nf the work In Honolulu harbor.
lllils for haibor di edging wero
opened this mf iilnjr by Major IS.
KvL'lcth Wlnslowf O. S. Knginccr,
and the' Standard-American hnd Ila
Wjittan Dredging Company will api
patently devlde the plum. The1 har
liof dredging Is o'ffereil In two sec
tions, one of which Is the noith part
o the harbor and the other the en-
Irnnco ihnnnel. Competitors rould!
I)ld on either of there Jobs, on both '
separately, or on both together.
While the Standard-Atnei Iran's bid
was not tho lowest, a peculiar rom
hlnntlnn comes up Hint makes Its bill
The bids wero as followi;
Lord-Young Hngliieerlng Company
Kntrnnro channel, 3 Scents a
yard; north harbor work, 82 rent;
n yaTd. Illd only on both sections
atnndard-Amerlran Dredging Com-
"""'" "": ....... w
pany-Kntranco channel. 34 centr
a yard; north harlior, 93 1-10 centH.
Hawaiian Dredging Company Ha-
(Continued on Page 5)
RRYOR IS DEAD.
( AMrtchtcl Tress Cable.)
I.ONDON. Nov. 2. Melton 1'ryor
well of tlio
a dinner I
nine rblef lustlio Hurt- and Ilowors which wtfio re fdr today " ""'' o..i.iui.i.s. i.c is a u.iau- uoiuunptloii of rugar in tho Unlteiljr,
n.ng 1.1I1CI Jlisuio nun I, f L , .-.,, .,1..... ..' ,r wlir, Innliu lievnml tin, lm;neit cj,(. , , r .-i. iL-ijil-Sl
Supremo Court will glvi. oeeu p. K.,,..ei, u p.. oiy, u, - -, ', ,"' ,"" ." """:" ' -. -'. UE3
,. lmnnr nr none, ii miss lirccuoiis is limy on ine foircirn enti " " ........ ,,Vi,,B wiivii iu price is iovv, mo cnn-r,
n nonor or i,cncms miss r ......,.,. .. im,i i,rr,.r.iu-iimt ti,b im,i. inr timir ......i.... i ...... ji'..ijj'I
Ilesldcs tho guests of how there "' hearings on Iho other case,- until w"r,l"B 0
III bo liresent at tho dlmur Colonel l' R" Uiformatlohvpnsslblo from His declant
Schuyler, Major and .Mrs. Wlnslow,
fioyernor nnd Mrs. Krear, Miss Kath
orlno Rnodalo and Miss Acnes Wal
ker. ' Miss Clcghnrn will tio tho hostess.
RAIN AND POLITICS.
Itnln may lutcrfcro with all of the
political meetings tonight. It was
announced from both headquarters to
day that no mretlngsvlll bo bold If
It continues to rain. The Kifttl His
.lnt nnniildlmiis l.nvo ulrundv called
off a rnlly scheduled for Knllhl camp,
und tho Fourth District meeting, nt
..... . ... '
Knlmukl hill, may nlso he postponed,
Democratic moetliiKa for tonight are
called for Wnlpaliu and Kalllil pump -
Ing station, but they will not tako
place If It rains.
PWNCKTON, N. J.. Oct. 22
Pilnrelon defeated the Carlisle Imll-
mis hero today C to 0. ,
llio noiu wiib too wet ror urn-
ilant playing. Iloth I ns icsoited
to punting often and It was rial-
Itili's tienintidm.s ndvnntngo ovor dm
liulliina that wiib largely lesponslblo
'for tho local teain'a (Victory '
the blood of trade
( AftMirliitfil Vrmn Cubic.)
I.ISIION, loltugul, Nov. 2. To
add to this country's Internal utilfe,
n military revolt l now threatened
iinlct.s the government grui)ts de
mands mado by the troops for pen
cIoiih and Immediate promotions. Tho
troops that stood by the republican
leaders during tho revolution now
Tho government Is expected to
jleld, ns to refuse tho pensions would
antagonlzo the troops, their only real
ho'il "' tho country, It Is believed
(llilt rya8t nK,!ntorI1 nr rIlon.
for the army's attitude.
Lcu, vnp "qTpVc
WILL BE ARBITRATED
(.iFoclnlrd Prow, Cable.)
.MW lUlllv, .-NOV. i'. 1110 KITIK-
, (, ,rIvorp, numherlnK near-
. .,..- . . nBlp . , ,,,.,
NIIW YOUK. Nov. 2. The strlk-
J ' n
p rtiniruiiipn wllb reiirejeiilatlves
of their eiiiir.o)ers.
US FltANUiaQO, iNpv.
Hints; S niialyKlf, St. 1.1 l!i.i par-
IMovIous quotation, 8s.
IS STILL ON
(Opium Smugrjlmg 'Is .Under
In' I -Ml V
r'0.2 0t Attorney,
Bl'CC.vOll'ii ' '
.'- . ""
jBB A. Hcbl'ilng n passengoi' on
, i.p Mongolia, who was invested yes-
fr,nv nlloinooii In connection with
irr.iay iiiiui.i..u.i in i-unui-iuou wuu
, ,,,...,, Kn.Iw;i!K r ij,(mK Ktr
,oIrili ,WM ,oe.ncd tills mainlnn nnd
went on bet way to Hhaiitflial by tho
(Mongolia. ', '
in ins K'fitcmein jesioruny a icr,
noon 1-enolia said that he had given
this girl some opium to bring ushoro
hero, but nn examination by United
States Attorney lliccUons failed to
discover any truth in thn statement
No further arrests had been inado
In ho opium smuggling enso ... to u
inlddlo of the uftcrnoon, although
Ilreckons hud been closeted all thn
morning In oxan.lm.tlt.rtfi:
IVnelra Is still in custody being
1...1.1 i n. ...nr.i.ni'. ..air... rt.i.i nn
ball having been forthcoming for
i m,i, rt i
Tho hearing In tho ewes of Noycs
CLARK IS I .
Tho Territorial giand 'J.lry Is In
soRslim this nfteiuoon ltivesilgiitln
' aevernl matteis, iimoiiK which la tho
I nllnnn.F " ainlia-.liklilAill 1... Itnlll
ttlllh,! lf."l-, It'll. IIJ ... Ill,'
Tvtrn ilnva np-n litiln rfmni.r lipid
'- .-c ..-- --i .--
Hint Clark should answer' U.p ques-
, "" imi mm y uu r-i'i't !"
and he will bo bofoio that. body thin
ufternoon for further exi.mliinllo'i in
I regard to the Iricguluiltlcs a the
,i ,.P rouit
Abe Cheo and four other's cilnvlcted
of being piesent whcio gamldlng was
g1K on by tho district court In their,
appeal ;to tho clicult court roct-lred a
senloiiro of t2.r and costs. Their fines
''n Iho' lower court from which they
appealed wero but eight dollars,' '
.OI UIO CahO llllll lilies IIIH WISH lO lllivn - rf.... ., ....... mini uiwn 11. iiaiurilliy Kllllllllllll-U-P I
MESifWh fnrrux TV
rvul" y"'?w. -",:
Former Governor Passes Awayj
Af TTia TTAmo.-.nffloiol ?
Ilonoliilu today Is mourning tho do.ith of "Oovcmnr" A. fl, ClcghofnV&"ij
'Iho nous of the former governor's sudden dealli at nlno o'clock" laatjl
night has been received with, sorrow tliioiighoiit thu Territory nnd today
fii.m nil sliloa havo been given extirosHloiiK of sadness at IhoTimn nf n urnm.
Inent tltlzeti and one loval to tho
Political parlies have forgotten
to do him honor, nnd the court. Hie
lions, the chinches ami tin. schools are
tint icuaiil In which lie was held. Illgli
.urn mmiv wiey aio nunc in mourning
Annoiiiuer.icnt as miule today by
rear that the funeral of
ernor will to official. It
..... .... . ...
wl" "lKc P'ce irom me Anglican en-
..... ....... . .. .'.
.iiieiiini nexi nuniiay niiernoon a 2
'o'clock, will) mllH'ity pomp .and ccrc
mony. - Tho mllltlnvlll-bvMn aho.pw
cession .lAiiLjtlicvJfawiilluiu Imnd ul;1
play ilie fmicrhl march
: ThU tndrnlij Judgq A. f, Hob-
V. O. Euiltli "imil Col. a IV
Inukea called upon Oovernor'Krt'ar tit
-' ".-- w....M. ..........
uiKciif.s ine ueiulls or llio runoral, It)
Will l,n t,ttni,ilf..t liv uti Imm.injn ..n. I
ntlltfll, lit lll.n 'a. .....I n.ill l.iA..... All I
' ' " -" "" v"-i
SAN Bm CAPITALIST .
IHL5 WHY mm SHOULD BE
Tlint Mignr wl I he clo e to the
...,, .., .. ,.. ,,,. ,,.n,
"rcl Ma "l' 'Ar "J"' tIinl
"von l"!nll',r lMe ts majHhe Uok
d for In 1912 Is tho heller of Kd
w.ud I'l.Wia. smi riiiiiLlt.cii'ifapitntist
m, hvsit) ow,1(,r , n.iwi,nnl, ic,,r
rro,.rtCH j,,. ,.,. .,rrlvcJ ...(.H.
u.ri ul) n moMU.a vslt to t,lc ,.
u1(jg , v
0li;,m,Bto , ,0 .eit,10i Mr
,N,Us dllculfc0B tll0 tllar U.
..,. or a , wJr ,,,,.
..,, , ,, , .,.,
temporal de.ll..o i, stft k.
",l ' "'" " k"" u,1" of l '""'"
try that Is world-wide imd from a
K)llllcal and etuiiiiiulial as well as
'"m " l'l"trlal htandpolht. His
beliefs are founded on tho universal
. ... .. ... , .. .. .. .
"1,v '" 1" uu '""iiaii.i. as wen ..s
he future nf Hawaii's thief lnilii-
try Is based on several vital points, frightened. It Is, say, a mlllloft andfJ
tboto mort npiarent being n reac-1 a half tons. The Kuropean liee'tijj
Hon from a speculative pei lei, a natfugar crop this year Is 7.G00.TJ0O7.
jural absorption of, tho surplus that
Bo.nu sugar i.ii.iih navo iciireii wouiu
' " "-' "" "i b
rx r r-KT
I "There It Just one thlno to o've th:
n.1n -n.ln-, l.n.l tln ..l..-
u.iUu ,u-iii,i iiiiiniyi M.iwii, ucvmiiiii
captslltt, this mcrnlno. "Tht It that
piaiiorni tc xo caicn vcioj. utnerwuj
"Stopplno Immlnratlon here would be like stopping the workmen at the
Honolulu Iron Works. It would stop the lunar plantations from operah
lino. It would be closing up Hawaii and turnlnn It over to. th. nM,n.ni
J t0 be used at a site far fortification!.
cf Industry and proiperlty, It would
for if lmm'grjton It stopped, the Territory. ,wl have-to ttop.-too t,'tfii
"However, the Demoeratt know trtey can't stop Immlnratlon and lnwlr''
playing upon the Ignorance or people who believe' therny, Ordinarily hwiuldS
not enter the dtieuttlon of nninir. Hnum i. h..i ,ki.'l.u' . u..vt-.. V; 'I
yond Hawaiian politics. It hat become
iwhotn Interettt are here."''
important local businct you
that firm's advertisement in'
EVENINO BULLETIN. . J
PRICE 5 CENTS.
IntoirM of tho Territory. !' '4,
their differences of opinion In unltlnc
ommerchil bodies the social orgaiifiav
uniting In action to make known
nnd low, rich, and poor," HavyaTlai
liens will bo the official pall-bearer.
.Meanwhile thero will bo many pubjl
He marks of reside) shown. TijdjyJ
nn- nnjirvinc vonri niijournei ror IwOJ
days' In houo- of Mr, C'loKhorn's-nionig
otjf I'ii. i-tMivraPCourl for a twaJindj
Hi'" Circuit Courts for a' day. . naSi).
T!ib CfiftWitie'T'f Commerce an,Mhit
MfiihsnM'.Aimociatlon, J he Iwc, comil
mciclal Ixidloi of the city, will Doth"!
meet to iuss lejiolullons of respect tov
.... ...v. Ml. ill ((,,11 I
.ir variiiirn nun conjoicnro with, his
smvlvlng icIathfB. J, p Cooko vice-
i.mi.I.I .. .,. t..-... . . f . J
. ir .- a . M
nioTiTinnea nn fnire zi
FOUR CENTS SOONi
. tU .1
up of v.ut now ninrkbts tliatwlir1
ciiiisiimo lintnunan quantities iifjtjlnt1
product. He tmllcs nt .tho HioughBi
of the sugar tariff being removed bji1,
Congices. declares tliatlt any nwva
In.mailn It will be A ralso ln-thi;
u.1t...l..lu ..., ..,,,.. .. .' "!.Wil
.. .....,, ,v, nun, KUI1IUI.) mm .WHO'iJ
iroiind nreument. imiJiUb out thaCHa; a
wnll should not .for a moment o$F
n 'blow' at Ita .uEar,
inn iireseni. naic Of. the -m
ninrket need alarm1 lib one." sa
ltiilllt- ,ri. -V.A . i
,-..... 'tw P"ln Ulll'flUIIMUHUlU -a
laws that huvp worked 'nBalnBurAjJ
nr this year will he worklnu fflr W J
next jcar. We havo haif n flptw
of Inflated prices, of hoavy produc-j
Hon, hut that will bo rollovved.-'bygftl
"It will work Itself out niitniatw
cally. The natural Increnre m'.thflt
i "Now let us take tho o-calIeif buNiS
perhaps to 7 'por tout, 'n &A)
plus nlicilt which some neouloVaroft
tons. Next jear Kurnpo ,vlll xmA
sumc, olll of tuo million nnd it fcaM
M.onunnca nn rase av VS 81
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