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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4774.
12 FAOES. 1F0N0LULU, TEMUTOIIY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14
PRICE C CENTS.
JLJJ V JLliJL'M
TENNEY TO HEAD PLANTERS
IMMIGRATION PLAN FURTHER ENDORSED
' 7; :
Planters' President Is
Strong For Immigration
Pfotenhauer Declares Territorial Action'
Should Be Continued
Names Officers for
ar Men of
To Discuss Measures For
Benefit of Industry
Measured to promote Immigration
and dtscucslon of labor mnltci'B aro
likely to bo the' most Important nub
. Jccta taken up by tbo Hawaiian Sug.
f nr Planters' Association, wjilch began
its annual rctsloii at 10 o'clock this
..morning In Ha rooms In tlio JiuM
i. . Tho keihote of tbo situation was
soiTiided In President V. l'fotcn
liauer'B address, In wlilch bo declar
ed strongly In favor of ussUtcd Im
migration, and ns&crtcd tbat tho
liglslaturu-should 'not repeal tlio
" InW enacted which allows Immjgrn'
tlou through thu Territorial board
and to wlili h tbo planters of tho
Territory glo their financial aid.
HU report was received at onco and
' unanimously adopted,
Labor Ma'tcrs Discussed. .
; I'l Leltlciit l'fotonhnucr'u address Is
"a vigorous dls nifidou of labor mat
I tcrs. llo deplores tho troublo with
the Iturxlan iniuilgrants and tbo fact
that so Tar they have not piovcd
their desliiiblllty, do-hues that plan
tntlnn life must bo made nioro at
tractive for tho laborers, advocates
more work for tho welfato of thn
Immigrants and advocates alMi a con
tlnuauco of prciont Immigration pol.
llo sounds a noto of optlmlani (or
tho future of sugar, by stating that
the growing ciops seem further ad
vanced than Eluillar crops ot former
In (uct, thcio Is a good doal ot
optlmlmu over tho sugar situation np
uaiunt among tho planters In attend-
nncu at tho annual meeting. Two
-committee icports, ono fiom tho
' rommllteo named' In Investigate tho
advUablllty of burning over cano bo
foro cutting It, and the other on thu
work of tho experiment station, aro
Important. Tho Hist points out a
new method of liarwstlng that Is
tafo, cconoml til and rapid, and may
icvoluUoiiizo thn harvesting of Bugar
In tho Territory. The committee on
tho experiment station repnrtB rapid
nrocrcss toward exterminating tho
enemies of uno and brilliant work
xlono bv tho ontomoEollsttl of tho
President I'folonhauer called tho
animal meeting to order this morn-!
Inc. at 10 o'clock. Ills addiesi and
that of tbo oocictary, V: 0. Smith,'
wern read and npproveii, ami muii
tho election of officers was taken up,
Tour tiusteei wcrifoiiml to bo
now abront rrom tho Tcriltory -11-P.
llaldwln, S. M. Damon, V. A.
Schneior and .1. M. DowbcH. Tho
fliut tbreo have left proxies In tho
poisons of J. P. Cooko, A. V. T. Itot
tomloy and 1'. J. Wahlrou. The
other Ilvo trustees W. I'lotonhauor,
J J. 0 Tpjiliny, T. 1'axoii lll&hop, T. 0.
Davles and W. O. Smith wr-ro pres
ent. In order tn fill tho board for
thu election ot ollliers. tho old board
was i-eclectod, with tho exception '
tho nbsmit mombeis, wIidtp pioxls
wcro elected on the now boaid, whllo
.1. ,.M.; Dowsett, who left no proxy
The new boaul of tiustnes now I"
K. D. Tonut-.v, i. Paxon lllsliop, W
proteiihauer. V. 0. Smith, T. C. I).i'
vies, .1. P, CiKike, A, T. Ilnttoni'
ley, V. ,).' Walilmirand J. M. Dow
This afternoon will ho taken up
with tho report on tbo election of
omf-crst which camo Immediately utter
tho meeting leopcucil at 1-3(1 o'cleHl;
committee re'iKirtH mill other loutlno
hupinrtui. Tomortow wl'l uhu bo
t:i!("ii up with eonimlttco icports. On
Wcdnc-'day ufteYnonii tho plantois
and fxrnrtry boards meet In Joint sea-
rloii at tho Capitol to iIIkcihr con
vcrvntloii. and on Thursday, nroba
lily In tho 'afternoon, will visit tlio
experiment station. President Oil
more of the College of Hawaii has
Invited tho asmclntlou to visit the
college, and this will bo done If tlnio
About sixty members of thu asso
ciation aro In attendance, baldly
more than hnlf. Tho plantations aro
all represented, however, or will bo
before tho tcEblons closo.
President Pfutcnhauer's uddrcta
"To the Olllceis and Members ot tho
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation. "Gentlemen: Our meeting today
mmpletcs tho third deendu of om
blned cooperation of tho sugar plant-;
crs 01 mo Hawaiian isiauus, aim iMIUpar who Is now visiting In Hone
icvlcwlng tho achievements attained uu,
Itirltitr Mill, iiorlit.1 tit tlilrtv vlmrM till
all branches of thu sugar Industry,!
fiom tho time or Its crudo methods
to t'ho picso'iit stngo of scientifically
highly duveloped efficiency, It affords
1110 gfVat pleasure to bid you wul
to mo to tho deliberations ot our an
"Owing to tho amalgamation of
bis firm with Messrs. C. Ilrowcr &
Co., Mr. V. (1. Irlwn, elected presi
dent ot our association at tho last
annual meeting, early In tho jcur
(endured his icslgmitlon, nail thiough
appointment by tho board of trus
tees I succeeded lilui from the vlco
preeldency; Mr. K. I). Tcnnoy wad
elected vl o-presldent and Mr. .1. M.
Duwrctt to fill tho vacancy on tbo
hoard nt trustees.
"Dining thn pact yoar Congress
has amended thu Organic Act of thu
Territory with regard to tho land
laws. Preparatory thereto tbo lorn I
legislature. In special session and by
unanimous oto, icenmmnuded to
cougrcpH tlio passago or 1110 co rial 11
bill picpared by tho tlovornor of tbo
Tcrrltoiy, ami umbrnrlug thochangos
deslrcil in tho Organic Act, which
bill was finally pnsFoil by Congross
with a row amendments. The ua
Hunt polutH covered by this amend
meiit of thn Organic Act, and per
'tululng to tho land laws, aro us fol
"No salo or government lands rnr
other than homestead purposes, nud
no chango by whh'h tho Territory
conveys lnud ex'ieedlng either roity
lines In urea or $5000 lu value, run
no maiio wiinooi 1110 approvni or inu
now (.and lloaid created by tlio act.
"No leaio of agricultural lands ox-
ceedlng forty acres, nor or pastoral
or wnsto land exceeding 200 ncres,
can bg made oxrept upon iiipioval
of tho I.aud Hoard.
"Sains o( government lands may bo
mnde with the npprovnl or the boaul
when necessnry to Incato therenn
iiillroad lights of way, tracks and'
NEW PRESIDENT OF
E! D. Tenney
C. 0. Tenney, vice-president of the
Sugar Planters' Association for the
year Just cloced, was elected presi
dent for 13101911 to succeed W. Pfo.
tenhauer, at a meeting, of the n
board of trustees at noon today. T. C.
Davles was elected vice-president, W,
O. Smith re-elected secretary and trea
surer, L. J, Warren re elected assistant
secretary aad treasurer, and George
H. Robertson re-elected auditor.
New members elected are John
Waterhouao, L. A. Thurston, L. J
Warren and Edward Pollltz, the latter
a wll known San Francisco capitalist
and hny interested In Hawallar
terminal facilities, plpo lines and Ir
rigation dll lies, pumping stations
rosenolrs, factories, mills and nppur-
teiiau ics, liicliidlng huuses (or cm
plojt'3, inui'cantllo ChtalilUliments, ho
tels, chunhes and private schools.
"Any twonty-llvo or moro nuall
lied penous may apply for tho open
lug of agricultural lunds for homo
stem! Ecttlcmont lu any Joenllty or
district, and thu Commissioner ot
Public Lands Is required to survey
and npou such lands, whether thoy
bo miller lease or not, or other lands
as near as maji bo to tho spocillod
tract, thn leaco or any leased land
to taken being protected, however,
to tho extent that glowing el ops may
first bo harvested.
"Tho t,ouriior ot tho Territory,
In duo 1 1 mo, appointed tho I,aud
Hoard thus created. It Is perhaps
too early uUthls time to say wheth
er tho now land lawn will work nut
as bcnutlelally us Is anticipated and
Imped tor, but tho tondoncy of tbo
law to piovlilo, by virtuo or tho
homestead rlaii.se, 11 liability ot pop
ulation by liKiludiiig deslrabtn lininr
grants and lesldouts to take up
hnmottuads within tho Territory,
wlll, 110 doubt, lu tiling provo a boon
to our commonwealth, anil tho plant
cib licartlly umperiito with tho gov
ernment to bring about tho salutary
results which tho law piomlsos and
which a of tho gruatest" Import.
alien, not only to tho sugar Interests,
but all other Industries, for the fu
ture development of tbo lesources ot
"immigration nrd Labor '
"The iiitinductloii of Russian Im-
migrants Irom Manchuria by thu
Hoard of Immigration during tho
past cur has not enmo up lo expec-
tatloiiB, nnd tuither uttempls to ob -
Main Immigrants from that sourco
have hpen abandoned (nr the pres -
out. It la legrelnble, In my npln -
Inn, that this Influx ot tin entirely
(Continued on Page 7.)
CAN'T HAVE BIG
FLEET NOW ON
Secretary of Navy Says
Place to Handle More
TWO NEW DRYDOCKS
tjuald will Imtli bo allowed their Un
til ty when they arc well enough to
Dccla.cs Atlantic and Gulf J lSLi . ,.r
Coast Have J 00 Many Yards. as ho knows ti.cic is no truth in
1111I M'iw Alimiflnii IJniu fli "10 ropoits. nor In tho rumor that
and May Aoaiuion now ui- U)Cro wlll 1)o a ,c ,jnclllalm ,,c
leans" and Pcnsacola boon, tween the two mou.
J "I know nothing ot wh't l bollix
Newd was brought riom Hie Coaft dune." Im 1J.1IO nt tho hospital this
by the Korea today Unit two buro morning. 'So tir nn I am cenrern
rtn.ln ,I.s. nnib.ililv near S.m l.'r.nn cil, not a tnoo has been innde to
clseo, whl bu recommended (or tho
Pacific I (-nst by Scrrctary ot thu
Navy Meyer, who has Just returned
to Wnchlngtoii after an1 inspection
of naval facilities all oer tbo coun
try. He announced there were too
many navy nril on tho Atlantic
and CI ill r cnastu and that ho expected
to niako hoiiic changes In thn work!
of the Muro Island Navy Yard. Ho,
deellned t "dli-curs iho'-'jiUlc Is-"
lands j nrds until ho hud consulted
experts In thu'rcrvlco.
Ho said that tho naval rciiulio.
incnte on thu Vctc.n Const wlll ro
cclvo oxtcnslvo coimlileratlnn In his
next animal report and that ho wlll
urge the construction ot ndeutiato f.i
entitles. Tho present facilities could
lint caro for tho battleship Meet thn'
thn Coast has been demanding, he
Pacific Fleet Far Off.
It will be ImiKisslblc, lie said, to
maintain a battleship licet 011 thr
Pacific before moro adoViuatn d'ocl
facilities aro provided. At picsenl
ho believes the Pn-llle Coast can not
maintain a battleship fleet, and prob
ably will not bo able to before the
impletlon of tbo Panama Canal. I
Mocr believes that there arc ton
many jaids on tbo Atlnntlc mid Oult
coasts. llo believes that It woull,
bo more economical to conenntrato'
naval work In u smaller number of
May Abandon Two Yards.
Tho yards at New Orleans and
Punsacola wlll probably bo aban
doned, If Meyer's recommendations
nro tarried out by Congress. On
the Atlantic, Meyer favora concen
(ration or naval work nt lloston. Now
York, Philadelphia and Norrolk. Itt
carried Into effort, this policy, wlll
result In tho abandonment or the
yards at Portsmouth, N. II., and
Charleston, S, C.
Moyor ravors hnvlng, officially, ono
navy yard on tho (lulf Coast or tho
United Stntes, Hint to bo supple-
mcutnry tn fiiiniitnnamo nnd to the
Panama rortlll atlnn. Thero Is no
Intuntlon to establish a bavo nn tlio
isuimus, nor is inure uuy 111:1111011
ot pla'ig tho roiistructlon and pay
corps In tho lino of tho navy. I
On December Tl thero will be op
ened nt Washington bids for furnish
ing thrco steol caissons tor dry docks
at Ilromerton nnd New York dry docks
and for tho naval statlnn nt Pearl
Tbo notice or tho pioposnls was ro
celved In llnnolulii this moriiliig from
tbo Navy Department at Washington,
and It Is likely tmil u local iiriu win
get thn contract (or furnishing the
(.HBB(m nt Pearl Harbor.
.STKANnti At Knplnlanl Maternity
Home, Novonibor 13, 1010, to Mr.
und Mrs. Hairy U Stiango, a son.
M'QIIAID NOT IN
PLAN TO DROP
W. M. McQuald, who was ceriou3
ly wounded In tho gun light with
Vulney C. Driver a week ngo over
lirlvor's alleged relations with Mrs.
AlcCJuald, today declared to a 11 u I
I c 1 1 n icportcr that bo has niado
110 moo looking toward dropping tbo
case. Itcnorts bavo been current
that tbo matter will bo dropped by
tho poll o and that Driver and Mc
want l-ttjiig thn mailer drop."
McCjusId la Mill very weak and la
not Icetliied to dlscitui tho rhnntlii';
or Ito jirolulilo result.
(Aiftrliit't I'rt Cnlil1.)
NOIIKOI.K, Vn., Nov. 1 1, KiigciiQ
i:iy, the noted aviator, today accom.
pllshed 11 woiiilcrftil feat In making
a Might tro-u the ded; ot the scout
'culsi'i Hlrh'lughnui over Hie sea sev--
nl niv : id 'muling at tho Nor
folk N.i v Yiud a low miles -uwny.
The feat Is the mote lelu.u', able bc
ranrc the usiuj inn-way demanded
for blplauo illalilK was larking, and
he had to 1 Ire alw:t straight fiom
REBELS OF URUGUAY
(Sii-ii nuii-1 1 11 1,'ntii-
MONTi:VIDi:o. Urpgutiy, Nov. H.
Thu isbels who h.iyn been defying
government tronpi today surrender
ed tiiKondltlnn.illy, nnd Hie country
Is one inoru peaceful.
LYNCHING IS FEARED '
AS RESULT OF MURDER
IMi-lnl II 11 I I I- I I tl I'llllKl
ANADAHKO, Ok.. Nov. II. Tho
Mexican who shot nnd kllnd tho
chief of nollru re'nntlv hm not yet
been captured. Peeling against him
urns to high that If caught he will
probably ho lynched, and If not
caught, other Mexicans may suffer.
Lr3QR CONVENTION IN
SESSION AT ST. LOUIS
lAiwH'lntni fip ChIiIi- 1
ST I.OIIS, Mo., Nov. M. Tho
Nntlminl Coiivenllnn ot thu Kedorn-
Hun or Labor convened hero today,
Impoititit labor iiiesl5on will ho
PRESIDENT TAFT IS .
KOW IN CANAL ZONE
(Aiso'-Utid I'ri'HM Calil".)
WASIIINOTON. I). C, Npv. tl.
The crulsor Vlcksliurg, bcnilug Pres
ident Ta(t 011 his Panama trip, ar
il veil nt Colon today ami the Prosl
jdent btnrted at onco (or the Culcbra
fl YORK DRIVERS
RETURN TO WORK
NHW YOIIK, Nov. 1 1. Pmr thou.l Tho Kxecullvo Conimlttco or the Hu
Kind striking expichsmeii returned tn niillnn Association Foolball Icagio
loyalty by wearing union buttons.
Weekly II u! let I n 1 per rear,
Government Troops Called To
Stop Political Meeting, Get
In Hot Battle
(Anvwhitn! rrrm Oiiilr.) The trof-pn swept tho slrcrtt with
SAN JUAN I)i:i SUIt,' Nov. II. Jgrapo and c.a 11 Inter, and m.my wro
Nl .irngua again Is In the thioes or
icwilt. Today tloop3 wero called
upon lo Gupprciis a political drm
iitittratlon ngalnst the goeriimcut In
tbo (own i( Leon, 11 (cw tulles lli
and. and a serious battle between
Hip hoops and the rovolutlonUts o' -il,-ed
In the Ktrcls of the town.
Company Is Formed by Men
I VAfnll Wnnuoi In Find.
Papers or Incorporation bavo been
filed by the Island Investment Com
pany, which purpokes to eugago In
gciienil promoting and financial
tlvlly In Honolulu and clsowhcro.
Tho Incorporators or the company
are well known In thu business life of
Honolulu, Hubert llolid, H. M, Wat
son, C A. Mackintosh and Ilobcrt
Mir - the men Identified with thu
Tho capital stock rf tho company If
ret at $1,000 with tbo prlvllego ot ex
tension to Jl.OOO.flOO. Tho stork Is
divided Into twe'ity-IHo pioferrod and
twenty-five common, Itnbert K. Hond
being n holder of the majority of the
ON THE KOREA
Ht. Itov. II. It. Itrstarlck, llUbop of
the Pltitcst Kplt-copal church In Ha
waii, returned tn Honolulu oil tho Ko
lea this morning (nun nn extended
visit on the mainland. Ho Is accom
panied bjf two pinmliient iiifinbarB of
"Is chinch, Ilttbop !- It. Oruvos and
Itev. .. II. Itoots of Hhunghnl. who
aro going out lo tho ICf.st to tako up
their posts thero.
All tin 00 bavo been In iittcndimco
at tho, great Kplscopal convention at
Cincinnati, Ohio, where churchmen
'""" "" mcr "l0 woi,rt wuro assem
' I'rnm the dock tills innrnliig thn
thiee wont direct to 8(. Andrew's
(,'n'licilrnl, whoro nn open mooting was
held, at which thu tin 00 iIIvIiick told
or tho rouventloti and its results. Thu
n Ilonts and lllshnp (lrnCHsmiku
j or the woik In China, declaring tiuit
Chlncsn Irom llnunll nro doing splun
dldlv In thn I'ur Kast inlsnlou field.
Mhs Hvstnrlrk nriomp.iiiled hot
rnlhor nnd returns with lilm.
Out of sixteen Japsuepo gumblrrs
ho had been gnthoinl lu by thn po
Ilro on Snturdny ovonlng whllo en
gaged In the thrilling occupation nt
wooing fickle fortimo by thn seven
mine cloven route, cloven (or(oltcd
bail to thu amount of ten dollars each.
live detendHiitH pleaded guilty before
.lllilirn I.vlllfr ntnl wnrn nwwnuunil u Ann
,.r six dollars.
wlll meet nt 7:.10 o'clock this even
ing In tho rooms nt the Scottish This-
Ho Club. Captains and secretaries of
each team aro expected to bo prebent
killed and wounded on both sides.
Shaip guerilla lighting Is leportrd
almint continuous)) ever cjnro.
Nicaragua apparently Is doomed to
undcigo aliotliir wldcrprc.nl ruvolu
tliiu. mid plots mid rnuntcr-plots
nciiliihl thn government and ngsInU
thn ictrlutldiilbtK aic dally h;tlclicd.
HERE ON VISIT
One Story ot .Convjuaiidcr Who
", " Is Loved in thc.Far ' i
"I am Just hero for a short visit
and to give Mrs. llarbcr a chanra
In rco Honolulu, as die ban never
before been here," slid Itear-Admlrul
(illcs 11. llurhcr this morning at tbo
Young lu repoiiBi to 11 question lu
regard to his present trip.
Iteiir-Admlral and Mrs. Harber ar
rived by tho Koiea from San Kran-
clwo and will letiirn on the Man
churia to thu Coast, seeing as much
o( Hawaii im Is possible In the time
at their illrpoitil buforo tho sailing
of the Miiuchurlu 011 tho 2f!th.
Iteur-Adiulrul Harbor has Just
been dctn I'icil from duty In cum
maud o( the Paclfici licet, with which
hu made 11 crpUo to South American
ports tcccntly, and does not knqw
to what duty ha will bu asslgneJ
upon his return to the Coast.
Without a uiiltorin. the ndmlml
looked llttlo like 11 sailor, and as lis
stood In tbo lobby pf tho Young to
day ho appealed much moro .like a
prnspcious business man than cms
who had spent his life in the service
or Uuclo Sam on tho decks of. right
Tho admiral Is ono of the best
liked men In the United States navy
today, and out on tho Asiatic sta
tion, ut Manila, the whole city
fweara by him, (or he stood by that
town nt one. time when It meant
That occurred' two )ears ago,
when tho big nlxtccn In command ot
Admliat Sporry arrived In Manila.
Manila Is tho cleanest city In tha
Orient, but J11H nt that time thoie
was mi outbreak of Uiolora, when
there wero from leu to thirty cnsJl
a day In a city or 250,000 persons,
Anxious mnminas and relatives In
tlio United States hnd reen press dli
patches that thero was cholera In
Manila, nnd they got busy with their
homo Congressmen and others to
have tho licet cut out th it port aud
go on tn Amoy, whore thoy dldu't
know thero wai plague ami smnl7
pox neai ly every mouth In tho ear,
so that their boys would not die ot
Admiral Sporty winild not take the
statement or the medical men oftus
United Slutrs Mai Inu Hospital arid
Quuialitlnu Service In Manila that
thore was 110 danger In his men go.
Ing nsliore In tho city, nor would bo
take tho word ot his own medical
OfTlcors an tho licet.
Tho officers could go ashore any
tlmo they wished, but tlio men were
cooped up on tho big fighting ma
chines ntter a long crulso from Aus
tralia, and the big celebration and
welcome plnuned hj- the 4tliens ot
Manila nnd the government, both
(Contiuued on Pace 4)