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T.0 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITOIIY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1910 10 PAGES.
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MILK COMMISSION AGAINST COUNTY CONTRO
WOULD HANDLE OWN FINANCE
Commission Declares For Estab
lishing of New. Territorial
TOLSTOI NEARS DEATH
COUNTESS AT BEDSIDE
Important recommendations nro
contained In tlio report of the Milk
Commission which was submitted to
Governor Krear this morning. Tlio
Commission, which was niiKilritctl up
on tlio authority of a resolution pass
ed liy tlio last tegular session o( tlio
Legl9lr1tu.ro, has Investigated tlio mill:
situation In Honolulu thntoURhly rtml
Its conclusions uro included In tho
Tho most fnr-rcncliing itlon advo
cated In tlio report Is tlio establish
ment of a separata department under
tlio tlureau of Agrlcu'turo and Tor
try which is to havo ubrolnto control
of tho dairies ami milk distribution.
It In proposed IbaL thhi department
slnl have an oxicrlenccil man In
charge, with a sclonlllle, knowledgo of
tho problem of puro milk supply iu'd
rtlstllbutloii. ' '
f If this plan Is carried out It will
talio' tho control of tho.riilrlcg nnl
milk supply generally away from tho
county officials and imh.illlu'o an tho
supremo authority tho special depart
inent of the Ilurcau of Agriculture
and Forestry as suggested.
Another Important recommendation
that is contained In tho report thai
was submitted to tho Governor this
morning Is tho suggestion that pas
teurization plants ho established In
several districts of tho cly where the
population Is numerous, this also lio
Ing a part of tho general plan for
turning over tho cor.lt ol or dairies to
tho Ilurcnii ot Agrlculturo ami Fores
try, which is u Territorial depart
The milk supply question lias been
an Important one In Honolulu for
Komctlmo and nn appreciation of thU
fact rt' the last bcskIou of tho Lcgla
Intuio lObuUnl In tl'o passago of the,
.resolution for the appointment of n
commission to study tho, quesilon
thnipuglily iltirlng'tlio next .two years.
Tho members of tlio Milk Commis
sion nro V. I. Ilaldwln, Jamca Hath
and K. (1. Krniiff,
(HihcIiiI llutlctln Cable.)
NKW YOIIK, Nov! IS.' Colonel
Hoosovelt gavo utterance In his
viows on tho result of tlio election
today through nu cilltoil.il In tho
Outlook. Ho fciiys Hat lil pnrltlfiii
ns outlined In his tpco h at Ossawa
tomlu Is unchanged.
Ho declares that tho light for pio
grcsslic popular government will ul
tlmnUly bo titiimphniit.
BE TAKEN BY
New Problem Broutjlit Up (or
Association Men To
ATTACKS ON CANAVARRO ARE
MADE TO OFFSCIALS OF NEW
Attacks made on A. do Souza Cnn
avarro, rnrtiigucso consul under tlio
late monarchy, will, It Is fcarodf re
sult In tho appointment of a new
connit by tho recently-organized ro
nubile. Honoris thai Mr.-Canavarm
will bo dlspi.S-ed liavo'reaehcil' local'
Poitugucto wljh, pcrsjsU.unt fro.-j
qurii'i?.cvcr jducjjj) iho involution
that . 3WQpt!tMn;iiof )rjum '.tliA Ihrjuie.
In fact, the loVaVi'ortug'ucso rest-,
dents aro now planning u mass meet
ing to urge, upon tho. now republic,
th'o retention of Culinvarrn In office. I
This meeting is to ho hold In n short
time and will ho participated in not
only by, thoso who fctlll claim nlle
glanco, to rmtugul, but by thoso'Who
by hli th or naturalization nro chll.
' dron or Undo Sam.
Hccent' ovonts In Portugal point
plainly to an attempt to discredit
Cauavarro In tho oyes of tho now
government officials. Tho I'ortu
giioro press has been publishing ar
ticles against emigration to Hawaii,
and while tho articles wcro Intend
ed to block tho efforts of A. J.
Campbell and M. I. Hllva, Immigra
tion agents, tho local Portugucso seo
ultt an additional Intention to glvo
tho Impression that tho Portugueses
In Hawaii havo not been properly
treated and aro dissatisfied. This Is
a ilro t irollcctlnn on Cnnavarro's
Tho latest attack Is In tho form
of ao Jntorvlow; publjshqd In a Kim-
cnni paper, irom a wcaiiny ami pow
erful ncriuun merchant, and with
tho'- publication of this Interview
oinira tho MeWs that this merchant
has recently been In Hawaii on a
gum-shoo mission ot Inspection, lio
v I 8 1 1 o il ' plantations extensively
throughout the,' Inlands, and talked
with Pnrtugiicbo laborers.
Tho rcapljt. Is, an . Intorvlow In
which ho declares tho, Porlucueso la
borers in tlio Territory aro dissatis
fied and badly ticutcil, and tho whole
artlclo Is an argument against Im
migration. This article Is used to discredit
Cauavarro, according to Honolulu
Portuguese. Tho German merchant
In question Is, It Is understood,
lighting Immigration hecauso ho Is
a planter himself and lias largo om.
broidery Interests as well, and ho
docs not wish laborers and their
wives, many of whom aro skilled
ombrdlilfry workers, to Icavo Ma
deira for Hawaii.
Important Progress in Har
vesting and in Destroying
Pests Is Noted.
This morning's session of tho Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Association
was taken up In committee reports,
Tho most inipoitant repoit of the
ilny was made by th0 loiiimltteo on
tho experiment station, and after
, tho report and Its n-compaio Ing
MatementH Troiii tho station's offi
cials weio.rcad, tho members enter
ed Into a t.lio.iojigli .dlscutslim.
This afternoon tho reading of ro
ports will bo. continued. Tho visit
to tho cxporlment station may -ho
made, ..losuowwoiuoMiliip; Tomors
row afternoon at 2 o'clock ho Im
portant conscrjYuttun ' Jiidi)tn(i. will
bo licd,slii, tho toncfirjiom tat the
l!iullt Htllllillntr mmmllfnp rmwirlu
wore presented yesterday at tlioopon-l
Ing of tho annual meeting of tho
Pluntors' Association. ' Among detail-
ed roports presented wore those of
committees nu Manufacture of Sugnr
mid Utilization of Ily-products, on
Dunilng lleforo Cutting, on ICxperl-,
meut Station, on Sugur Manufacturing
.Machinery, on Cutting, Loading and!
TransiKirtntlon, on l.nbor Saving De
vices, on I'orostry, and on Cultivation;
and Irrigation of Unlrrlgatcd Plnnta-!
Tho two most Important reports "pro
' (Continued' pnPjc,'.,4.)
Officials and mcuiiicra of tho local
Y, M. C. A. havo been wrestling with
tho problems of what to'filo with ap
plications for membership rrom Jap
They hro still wrestling with It.
and the conclusion lias jet to bo
cached, according to prominent
members ot the board of control.
Tho matter caino up on tho ten
tntlvo indentation of tlio nppll?u-
Hon for mombcrili I p of; Klcvo Con
sul Mori, offered thiough a 'rlond
who Is an active Christian worker
among tho Japanese.
Although the membership rom
mlttco took action lant evening, the
matter Is not considered as settled
by thoto higher up In the control ot
Hlrcussloii of Mr. Mori'- applica
tion was taken up at a meeting of
the board ot dlto torv held in tho Y.
M. C. A. rooms Inst night, at which
Pmeldont, t, II, Trent presldod and
the "following wcro present! W. (I.
Hall, vice-president; V. 0'. Atlicrtou,
treasurer; 0. R, Wnteihoiisa, record
ing sccretnry: C. II. Athorton, K. I).
Ijtiwioy, I'M. TowBe, W, A. Ixive,
Itohort Anderson and It. .1. Prntt.
Tlio mcmborslilp committee Is
composed or Kil Towsc, chairman;
Yllllam Hampton, Krncst Olbson,
C. 1'. (lllllland and A. K. Vlcrm, and
Arthur K. Larimer, educational so-.
rotary of tho association, Is nn ox
Committee h Unanimous.
Tho membership committee's ro
port on Mr. Mori's name, It wan stat
ed thin morning, was unanimously
against' admitting him to nfemher
shlp. In fact, oiio of tho members
of tho committee threatened to re
sign If tho elevo consul should ho
received Into tho fold. Othor mem
dors declared that tho association
(Continued on Pace 81
(AMoolated Pn-Rs Cabin.)
HOCK 81'UINGS, Tex.. Nov. IB.
Tlio baud ot armed Mexicans that
has been reported as on the way to
this city, for tho puritoso of reveng
ing thu lynching of Hodcrlgucz, has
not yet shown up. The ltlzons of
tho town and cowboys from the sur.
rounding country -are all armed mid
will glvo the Mexicans a warm re
'eptlun If they appear.
f AsHnclutcd Pri-Hi CubbO
TOHQUAY. Hug., Nov. 15, Tho
first and second divisions of tht.
American licet havo- arrived liore.
Is i epnrted ns
i fiiMrTTliiMTTi fil .
fjCOUNT LEO TOLSTOY
Figure In Deaj
Local Republicans Would Tak
uaim county's nuan rs will here-, elected nro wiping, it 3 undentooil!
after be bundled by Oahu uicmbcts 'o rupiorl llolstcln for a third tern
1IM Hnenknr If III rf.lurn l.n villi IahH
hli rupporl to a lor.il man for dyj
limit o ch.ilrmatithlp,
rf Iho Hi use i.f Hepreseutatlrcs, If.
n iiiuvii.ueiit among locil politicians)
Is wwful. The movement Is to'
nnilic an Oalut nun the chiilrman or liu-lncni, and loin been doing n llttla
tbo Ilnnnce coaiuiltteo of the next quiet work on behalf of hlrt SpoaW
Hume. ACioioing to nrcscut lllUI-M-isliln umrnnrtH. N n,,.,IHn ert
llolfteln Is tow in Honolulu
(aliens, the plan rcenis likely to go
I 'llmo 'iriioicd curtom lias given
the 'iiiliuiaiislilp it the flnnnca
committee to u Kauiil man, with tho
it-Milt that Oahu legislation which
I went, Into thu bands of that com-l
'mlttco was not given tbo considera
tion that In u monibcis thoiight It
dckeiveil. l'utthrrniorv, It Is point-
I'llout that J)-JSm Is. easily tho most
linpcit.int islifnd of the group
him him nrlfcn among thn local
members elect, nor Is nny likely ta
If hlrriipp'irt of their own wfolifl
Is gained. Ho line not et -oiiimlt
led hliiisolr. but will prot.ablr do M
befiro going bark to Hawaii. 0a
Norman Wutkln-, elected from trfl
l"iu lb Dlslrlit la'4 Tuesday. Is thj
au r"poken i'f by tho O.iUi.t llepiiSt
llf.ivu, ns ,lhc logical choice for ths
r. i,i ............. ...JT
,......t f Miuuiiivo icaiiciiiiiiii, ivaij
irom kiiis noi etiiy lias tlio
ii ntt.inclal rtnnili.olnt. Hint uracil- knowledge and cir-nlivn ni.nitvTuJ
calls- all of fliiT Island Intcroits ren-lli'ji fellow wnitrra 1...1 ,.' rt'.n,ti
ler hero, nnd that the logical head
of Iho committee, that ilrtils with
these Intoie-'s should come, rrom the
Iflnud of O't'-u. t
Tlio O.ilju Itcpubllnilin nto ihiw
planning their campaign lo 'securri
this clinlrin.inililp. it. Incliid'cs an
agreement with Henry I llolntelu
well with nil elemenls. Heiecelvej
a ilg vote In the election and hal
been onu of (ho barclett worke
the Itcpiibllraii ranks.
All of tho Itepubll tins lust
nil arc figiirlug on political deals ami
getting matters, thrn&Jicd, out' befo'rn
Hie Legislature is called. Charf
uiililingworth Is making n strong
of Hawaii, who has been Speaker of
.tho llouso for the past two sessions! Jlglit fop tho I'ro-litciwy of tho Sen
1 is a caniiiiiato ror rcclo lion, a(n, and Cecil Hrown Is also
1 Tbo Oahu members of tho Houso Just avowed candidate.
All Hope Abandoned For Noted
Russian Novelist And"
(AsHucbitu(l Press Cnblo.)
TULA, Hussln, Nov. 13,. Count
Leo Tolstoi, famous novelist, reform
er and phllanthioplst, Is Hearing
death at his homo hero, and all hope
has been abandoned. Tho Countess
'li-.'stol, who baa tiled to commit
suicide, following q.ianela with the
novelist ami gih.f at his. condition,
lias gone to hs bedside to bo near
him at the ni':t. Tolstoi Iish been
Miffoilog fioui fainting spells and
uncoiiEclousuirs for weeks.
OWNERS OF TOG FEARLESS
MUST PAY DAMAGES OF
$5,625.21 IN OLD CASl
In a lenijthy an(l exhaustive do- then, at a speed of from six to seven
rlrlon handed down this morning, knots an hour, and with a towing!
United States IKlrlct Judge I)lo ""0 fity lo rlxty rathoms In Icngth.l
allowed damages In tho sum of if,,. J'" "- '0' B. V?ti
,-..r ... . ., ... ,, . . .. t,r HitotiRh iho channol left hctw-onl
I..C.J1 lo tho llbcllauts In Iho enso 1(J lrriCr ,, ,ntJ WCKt E,ln of lh
ot Popo and Ta'bot against thn channel. Tho tchoonor collided with!
Kcarlcss, libelee, and J. U. Spreckcls tho dredger and afterwards grouriilfl
and IliolhcrB Company, claimant. cil on tlio west side of tho channelM
1 no sun in uumiraiiy neciucd uy :t was alleged In tho trial of tho
KUHIO ACTS ON
-itllirtinvn fnr PfirtA 5.6-
Jinlgo Halo tlalciMin'k to March C, rato by thq
l0, when 'tha four-matted Miuon- Talbot, tho owners of tho n'hoonwTl
nr Unp., 1,- t.-.ta,.. tt,n ,.-.....,.. ..f l... , .. . .. . .fl
- -i, mv i'lvj.viij u iiiui tiiu rp.i -e icu uciween in
ropo H laiuol or Han Francisco, col- dredger and tho west sldo of
llded w'lth tho dredgo Pa Iflc whllo channel was not euIII lent for
I lio schooner was In tow of the Pear
lers on tho way to tho open sea,
wi.uu ni.iiiu.t, in iiiw uiu aiary rriirirss wus guilty or negligence, teg
K. Foster, the Kearless blow four In nc mdanco wltli, his licclslon,
wnisuer, according to tlio llndlng-or Judge nolo llnds Hint, tho estimate
the comt, and, no reply being made, of damuges Is n follows;, Cott (it
by tho dreilger, blew four moro whoii! repairs to the foster, 1 199.1)8; coMj
neilr tho llghthoiiee, which were Im- of nvenigo ndJlistmoiit, tt)C,fi7;;,onl
mediately answered by four whistles month's delay of schooner, "7lfcl!
Kear- pnssago of lh0 two, and that In at
a. I tempting to make Jho parsago tha
Mary Kearless wus guilty of negligence.'
from thu dredger. Tho Kearless
(Asxacluti-d Pn-SK Cable.)
f flVill.V .v.... I,'. I.. -Il,,
.u,,."... .1W,, . - I fl.im.l.VI.I
urscMb.d It. lay. Tho .crisis over
tho veto piwcr of the llouso of Lords
Is Impending nnd an open iqvolt In.
olll.lal circles s feared.
Mahuka situ for tho now
building havo been rccom
to Washington by D"le;-ato
Kuhlo Is tho woll-nuthciitl ated re
port today, a report that In tne nb-
een o of tho Dolcgato could not bo .,, . ...
fully vcrHlHil. It is understood that MONITOR DAMAGED
tho Dolcgato received a cablegram! "J EXPLOSIVE TEST
from Washington yesterday asking .
him for his advlco In the matter (..Ki,.ir,i "n. r-.i.i,. .
and that tin cabled back to go ahead! KOHTHKSS .MONItOi:, Vn , Nov.
with tho condemnation. Tlio Dolo- IB. The monllrr Puritan vas bad
gato could not bo reached today, ami ly damaged today in tho couro nl
no nows of tin. Intended action wa3' a Mil" i-r tests of high explosive
given out from the Dlstrlt Attor- '"" No lives wore obi, but
nejr's olllco. . tho monitor was shattcrei) In many
FIGHT OVER CAPITAL
IS WON BY GUTHRIE
(Uncial riiilletln Cabin.)
' Ol'THItli:, Okla., Nov. 15. Tln
.State Supreme Couit held today in
a dcclilon handed down that fluth
lie ihall bo tho rupltul city ot Ok
' lalioma, thus ending another chap
ter In thu long fight between Uutli
lile and Ok ahoiiia City. It may bo
t alien to the Supremo Court of tho
n.i I' IIA.M l.-U U, .Mil. 1,1. s. llnlnrKlilln. tl,i rnnllnl i.n.l Inr.
Meets; 8S analysis, lis.; parity. n.SSc. ficlit llly ,,, ,., wn8 ,)UU (), t)0
Previous iiuotatlon, 8s. 10 l-2il. bUo ot desolate Bwauip.
K. W. Hchultz has been placed In
durance vllq owing to his icnrhant
for becoming tanked. Ho was placed
under arrest by the officers this morn
ing and will receive disposition n tho
hands of Judge Lymcr toiuorrriw.,
-imiking a total of 3r,'S.2l.
rrr-r ... ..H
IN CASE OF CARMACW
. (Hl-x.-lut lid 1 1 el In Cable.)
NAHii villi;, vonn., Nov ir.
I toll I ii Cooper today was acqulttBaJ
of tho murder jit ex Senator Car?
A ROTTEN ROADl
i if.,,1. ..n,.i
w. . ii.iwi mill, CMjuiv IHIVOIUpiW
tnentary things, concerning the at4t
of Ilanyan street and ho requested
tho board to give somo attention to
tho tliornughfare, Ho nsks that thV
road bo plared In good condition?
siiulclent tn itnrnilt tl.n MiivArflnh?
- ' V- - ----v
in pain-ins in nun irom ine luocrc
Weekly 11 ul let I ii fl per jt-ar. '' ennip lo sited there.