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HjikIoh November 23
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.Mamma December G
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ESTABLISHED 1082. NO. 4731.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1010. 10 PAOES.
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They All Paid
New Manager of Calamba Estate
Tells Of Frenzied Finance
Tlioy nil conlilbutcil from tlio
habitues of tho demimonde to n
it.'ilil :i ml toiler Knglltili bunking con
cern In Manila nil Invented In Al
funl I-Mnley Thujer'a Cnlniuba Kstato
deal. Thujcr's Smooth tongue nml
iitauinm-o got the monoy from many
pockets, n.irordlng to Information
received rioni Manila nt first hand
thin morning. Tlio former Honolulu
mail ilutcit In "temporary wealth.
"Tlio Calamba Kstato, upon which
Thayer lihil tho option, Is homo of
thn most valuable, sugar Inml In tho
Philippines; In fact, It Is tho cream
of tho whole, sugar laud thero nnd
was so considered by tho Spanish
1'rlaia who Worked It In past jeurs,"
Balil ). M. Carmen of Manila this
morning, In speaking of tlio Thayer
ileal In tliQ Philippines.
Mr, Carmen arrived In Honolulu
on the China last week nnd will con
tinue to Now York by way of Ban
I'rauclsco within n fow days.
Ho took over the Calamba propo
ell Ion when Thayer mado his get
away, nml la going to tho mainland
to Interest Kastcrn capital In tho en
terprise. In speaking of Thayer'a meteoric
career In tho Tar l'ast today, Mr.
Carmen stated that Thayer must
have been n little crazy to do some
of tho tilings ho Is credited with.
"Hu bpcut nbout $10,000 dollars
In linpiovciiiuuts (in the citato that
we (an traco; bo did not keep any
books or any uccounta of any kind,
eo we can not tell how inn h he
leally did put In theie," Bald Mr.
"If Thnyor was out for tho money,
lie mado u mistake In putting It Into
development work when ,ho might
bavu gotten away with It himself.
That was olio weak point In Ills
Then, again, ho had only paid
the government S1000 on his option
lit $2300 for tho land,"
"llo.w did Thnjer get overyono to
Invest In his seheme?" was asked
"Well, 1 don't know, for I did not.
get inlNo.d up in It until after th"
lecolvius wero appointed nnd tlioy
, ramo to mo to loan them money to
rover tho rest duo on tho option. 1
agreed to this under tho condition
that tho option was turned over to
mo nnd nil of Thayer's Interests In
tho business, which was dono. and I
am now on my way to tho t'nlted
States to dovolop tho matter with
Thayer was certainly a good talk
FAILURE TO SECURE BONDS SENDS
DRIVER BACK TO
Volncy C. Driver who participate!
In tho (.hooting affray at tho cornoi
or Kurt and Hotel strcctB on Ihomorn
lug of Novombor 9th lu Avhlcli him
,folf nnd W. M. MoQuald received In
Jiules that sent both parties to the
hospital, waived 11 preliminary exam
ination beforo Judge, I.ymer In the
District Court this morning, and he
has been ,bound m or under bond of
J.'llino to await, action by tho Grand
-1 111 y which Is epected will return an
, Dilier, loprcsonted by Attorney A.
I,. U. Atkinson was 0110 of several
prisoners who graced thn dock at po
Hen roiir'. Owing lo tho fact thai
ball to the amount of II vo thousand
dolliiu bad not been U'cmod, I10 oc
cupied a hrMicii wllh u number of
I lliplno, and .lapaueso offenders and
vmih removed from tho enclosuios only
nl tho railing of his ease.
Driver lu charged Wlh assault by
THAYER "WORKED" PHILIPPINES
er, according to Mr. Carmen, for ho
got nearly everybody to Invest In tho
'Why, ho let In tlio Hongkong
Shanghai Hank for a largo Bum," Bald
Mr. Carmen, "nnd ho got a lot of
monoy from women.nlso. In fact,
ho took In nil classes, and If ho had
developed the thing as It should
have been done, he would hnvo bad
a mighty valuable property."
In speaking of tho court proceed
ings In regard to tho receivership, It
Is stated that tho bank which had
Invested money In tho Thayer cutcr
PiIkc would not put In a claim for
iiuythlug at all. This old Kngllsli
liibtltutlon felt It so Imdly about he
lug t.iken In. that It MvalloweJ
losses mid tmld nothing.
Mr. Carmen stutC3 that Thayer left
tho qountiy with practically nothing
ami tho last heaid from him ho was
heading for Manrhuila 11(1111 Can
ton. tititart Hnrvoj, vl.o went oer to
Hongkong on belRilf of the Etnok
holdcis to get b'iiiio tTT.loineiit fiom
Thnjor In icgaul In tho hiatus "f
tho estate, tt.ok sovor.il bundled ilot
lais for eipeiikii iiumiiy, .ind when
ho arrived In Hongkong. Thayer In
duced him to part with it. As a io
suit, Thayer left tho city unit HaT
ey cabled Manila for funU3 to ro
The object of Mr. Carmen In stop
ping over In Honolulu Is to assuro
Wulter Ullllnsham that tho people
of Manila laid nothing at his door
In the swlndlo that had been perpo
trntcd. and also to look Into tho prop
osition of a sugar mill for tho es
"If It hail not been for tho letters
purpoitlnu to rmmi fiom Walter Dil
lingham that Tliaver showed In Ma.
nll.i," he would not hnvo been ablu
to swing tlio deal or Interest-capital
there. Of emirec, cveryono know tho
Dllllnghama and supposed that tholr
loprcEontntlro was all right. No
0110 over tnoiigut oi qiicsuniiiiiK
whether tlio letters woro genuine or
not." concluded Mr. Cnrmcni
Mr. Carmen Is an oldtlmer In tho
Philippines, having been thorn slnco
the ilnvs of tlm emnlre. He Is ft
brother In-law of tho Into Major
(leneral Klwoll S. Otis, who was In
iiommand In thn Philippines during
the early days, nnd bo made n for
tuno during that time.
Thnyei's wlfo loft him two months
beforo tho smash, nnd from that tlino
1 ho rut looso altogether.
l ileidly weapon with Intent In kilt
Attorney Atkinson ontorcjd a pica
or a lcdiictlon lu tho matter of 11
10111I, Hu claimed that for thn past
wo weeks an attempt had been mado
'o scruro one or more bondsmen who
would nssuuia icspnnslulllty for a
sum of flvn thoiihaud dollars.
.. .. . . '. ....
nil eiioiis 10 sccuio a 10111I for tlio;
sum asked by tho court havo pi oven
miEiiccessiiii," si.uoii Attorney AtKIn
son Ibis morning,
lu piesrnting nn argument for 11
1 eduction of tho bond. Atkinson sag-
gestod that In vlow of tlio fnct that
Driver hud resided Mlliln tho TorrI-
tory ror about twenty years and bad
ueeu eiupinjcii mnro or less ronsiaut-
lv during that twrlod tho couit might
sen lis way to giant n lediicllou lu
tbo original figure
Judgo I.ynicr nipeaied lo hOKltiilo
io grain mo reipiesi niu iiuiowing in
(Continued on Fage 4.) '
REVOLT RACKS MEXICAN REPUBLIC
REBELS "HAVE CAPTURED SIX T01S
HL I'ASO, Tex., Nov. 22. Hep irts today from all over Mexico give
ovldenro that tho long-feared revolt linn actually bioUeu cut. Spas
modic troubles In several spots hav now jln eloped Into what looks llko
revolution in tho cntlio republic.
it was reported today, that the roboli have captured Fix towns In
tho Slato of Chtliuuliu.i, confiscating Btippllts 1111 1 military equipment
wherever they can be seen ed, many of tho garrisoned t.-oos In tho
towns having gono over to tho rebels.
The city of Torreon 1 a? been taVen after a bard light In wblrh many
were killed. The milltn pilK.neri of Oilznba have baoii Ml ited and
nrnied by the lovnluCo l-i's. Scvera flghtlir; Is tepotted In I lie State.
of Vera Cruz and Jallr-o.
MEXICAN TROOPS REPORTED; BLOWN UP
Theie bv n 11 1111 vMcd reiiort t a' t'.fo' bntuliol M.xl an tirops
marching on the to d to Chlbuali u v.-en killed when a luldge they
wcro crossing was blown up. .
Two t-nopp of eavnlry a o at ,V.. ile Pars to'piererve neiHr.i Ity on
tho border and to protect Atnerl n 11 rights. ;,'
1'lar.irils th-eateiilng Americans In Mexico were found tod.iy ported
In Pachi'e.i, n town to the nnrthoaU of Mexico Clt-The newR caused a
flight of Americans fiom tho city. -
FLOTTED TO ASSASSINATE DIAZ.
MKXICO CITY, Nov. 22. DicumentH worn selied here today reveal
ing what Is declared to bo a widespread plot to as'assliiate lh heads ol
the Mcxlein government. Including President Dlar. and the powerful
gr .u 1 f liuMnem men nnd statesmen who nr . his filler mlvUers. Tho
government ritcn'i H'o at woik In a I puts clthn rppuhllc iJan ertort
to til down The IciCem f thn ptot.
(He mil 1. 1 I l Hi, 1'ihlv 1
LONDON. Nov. ii- A icinarkablo
cU'iiiunsti.itln.i witu Miulo by the suf-
liagjttej heio toil,.), fillowlng the
aiinuuiiiumoiit miuh b Premier As
iiulili. in tho lieu." of Con.mons, that
thn covet ninont will cinsldcr wo
men's uiflrnBo at tho next bcsloii of'
J'lirllamonf. After ho left Hie lmllcl-
llig l.e tt. 1 nttwlicil liv 1110 sitl-i
fragottes and invi-d from piobnblo'
bodily h.inv.bv lUilIec, who ilrovo oil
tho nngry women and icscued thn
piemlor Tho sulTra ietle. hnvo do-J
mnni)ed thn c-onsldernllon of tho suf
frnge bl I at tlio present Befcslon.
HAIOON. Nov. 22 --Heavy floods
have been sweeping tho country Tor
tho last thlrtv hours. Over a thou
sand poiroim no ropoited drowned
and hundiciU of house? destrojed.
Governor and Campbell Left
For Hawaii This
Land Commissioner Campbell and
Oovnrnor Proar left thU inornliiK on
tho Milium Ken for Hllo on a trip that
will last tho Clmmlsslnnor 11 month
In apportioning tlio lauds ror Home
steads, drawing for which occurred
In Honolulu last month.
Tho Commissioner took his aulo
mobllo with I1I111 and, accompanied by
tho (lovernor, will go llrst to tho Ko
linlii district and then lo tho other
homontead dlbtrlcts on Iluwntl, whom
I ItlHIIliPllB'l ...Mn.fc... w. .... . -
imueHtPiiclH weio opened lo Bottlers
In tho llrst drnwlng,
Tho (lovernor will return to Hono
lulu utter tho work on Hawaii Is done,
but tho I.nml Commissioner goes rrom
Iluwall to .Maul hororo returning
iimwlncs woio mado during the
past mouth when all applications ror
i,i in t, uilforont ilistrirtH weio
j tlinwn fiom tho sealed boxes, and (ho
' uppllcmts hao tholr choice of lai)d
in tlm order In which their iipiill.
c-atlona weio taken fipm tbo boxin.1
IVocl Ijr llullotlu fl prr jitir,
(--. -lilt II- I'i'.K)
WASIIINtlTON I). C.Nnv. 22.
A i-'-ktei or th- II 'lite of Itepreseii
tatvs. c-oirpileil fiom the completed
ele lion relurrs rhiwillin thiJien'
ocr.its wl 1 Vivo 227 memhers. tho
Republicans IM aril thc-Bcc'nllsts 1,
NEW MEXICO READY
(Sn.c-.ii tiiiii-iin c,,i.i"i
SANTA PH. N. M Nov. 22. The
rmiptltlllloii or thn
new Stato has
LAID TO REST
TTI.A IIiih.i. Nov. 2.2. Tho lo
mnlnn of the Into Count Tolstoi wero
burled tod.iy, with unlet but Imprcs
slvo ceremonies. The Intel ment was
at the Y.n-uaMi Poliann Kitate, tho
f.iMiiltn home or I he rfd eased count.
lU'inoeiitailv. Cima of Kau.il,
who , ,n !.., u. do,, not expect
nvHIen-.i.i.t civer enmmlt-
ten pohltlons In the lloiisn or ltoprn.
bontatlvo., (lining the louilug ecs
sloii. Coney icriucs to talk or whit tho
K1111.1I delegation will or will not
do. "Wo hmeii't got togcthor o ,'
said Coliev, "and thero Is no mo of
my talking when I don't know what
tho other,!' want. Tho Kn11.1l men
will get together..! think, and ti-i
as n unit as they havo done In the
This Is the usual Kauul i.tylo.
i ii... 11.. ,.r ii.m wt. i,.v i,n.i
nal,.ln,l 1.. (tin llnncii Pnnnv nulls
iittontlon to fevontl chairmen who
hive done good work, and also somo
I 'd ch.!ii:r.!.:iHlilps that will ho
Of tbo open rhiilrnnnshlps thotn
Is t)io iiihrellaneous committee, tho
lands k,mmlttei, ImmlgiMtlon, wayi
and means and lh Judlrliirv.
llepreseutallve Long has mado an
excellent ic-toid at the head of tlm
FROM CUT, HE
Dividend! fun gar plantations
reprejented by Alcxnilit'i & ll.ililwln,
Ltd., will not bo cut, difplte the
Jirlcc of sugar, arrenlliig to a ttato
uieiit made ihli morning liy .1. 1'.
Cooke, manager of Hie big agency.
Mr. Cooke lepllts to Minors of divi
dend cuts by haling that Alexander
I llatdwlii wl.l not cut, and that
r til J un.eitleii rondlilous
pii valine at pioeiu, :ho dividends
the; icpiiiMiil lit 0 safe.
..,t'..ii.i. il.ildwiu aio iigeutb
;u. li.i.u'll.in Coiii.niric.il A: bllgar
v , iiu.. uigtr Co., I'ul.i plautu.
t.w.., Man. . h-i uluiiul t'o., Hawai
ian r.iu;jr Co., Kahului l'lanlatlou
Co. uinl Mcllryde Sugar d.
I We will nut ut dividends," H.1I1I
Jlr. Ciii.Ke tills morning. "Wo hnvo
no Intention 01 doing o uudor pros
" out coudl.luus and If piled go lower
ini .1 the situation grows more pan
liky I th.ill ma
n.ent of a m.illit
alio a "frnther ttate
teuaiice'nt dl Idends."
A uig the "fctu'et" Is It well un-
i!ci tood that,. other uR'-'iuljrepre-'
na lug fee aiiinuii(Miiits of cuts III
d:ldeiidH, and the ttoi.l; siiow tho
Ifeut of the. tbientciied reductions,
h an due about tho lltst of tho
fiiliidli'g fcr tho aetiEon of 1U10
1011 Is on now, with llawailnii Com-
aiertlal nlf 111 the lead, Hawaiian
((itniiierclal started giliid'ug on No
.enibci S, only 0110 or the two mill
;F'ttlng Into action. The rotund will
Man 011 Dei ember 1. Koknlm has
jlieen grinding for nunc lime, but
.this plantation has prn tleallv no
! vpiitlon lietwecn crops, and llnwnl-
Ian Commercial leally starts the
i: 'ngii ," ivT start on
Noiembei 28. aii'lMm' ' g '"Ulturnl
Co. on Deeomher I. Mellrjde will
begin turning nut the crude stulf on
In n few .iiv 'tie grinding will
bo lu full blnst nil over the Terrl-
tnrv. M.-nv or the plnntntlons will
'grind ear'v thli vear on nccnunt or
the downward tendency of sugar, nn
on-nrt ,elng made In pet tlm crop'.
lo market as soon ni possible, before
the price drops lower.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
AlnsVnn will leave Honolulu on De
eember 11. nnd 's duo to carry 12.
nno tons. Verv llllte of this Is In
Plsht vet. and tf the cargo Is mado
pp. Micro will Vivo In be some qulk
work 1iv Hie n'lilitntlnim. The De.
ceirber 11 stii-i-ii-n' n-ien tl-e 1111
s liedule o' 'he cncnr rictnrs' Co.
n u :: it tt ts tt tt t: tt it n
education committee Coney wn
last year'i chairman of tlio health
committee. Corrca held down the
printing committee chairmanship
lait year and Itleo tho flnonco. At-
fouso Is suggn ted as a good head for
Hie inllltuiv coajmlttco.
"I don't u.iio how they do lt,"snyB
Coney. "Iiut 1 do hope that with
tweatv-elght llepubllcans In the
Uo,1M ,'! ' w" m,t R!nrh,ninngltl
$ ' ""'- "- . rrl"l! ..P
'"l1 "" " i, - ."'.. ... .
Our delegation usually talks It all
over liefoio wo got hero nnd then
wn try to net together nnd do the
light thing. I am sura we do not
wnnt morn than n fair division nl
honnis and responsibilities."
RN nt' NCI8CO. NOV. 21. Sug
ar: 9G degiees test, 3.80c. Previous
SAN KUANCISCO, Nav. 22.-r-Sug
nn fi degrees tort, 3.9(i-. Previous
Ileets: 88 analy-
kIs. As.; parity,
tntlnn, 8s. lid.
S.SRe, Previous quo
THREATS LED TO ARREST
llerauso ho thieatened lo "do Ui"
Voutig Nap, a youthful Chinese mimed
Hung Dick has been placed In dur
ance vllo and yHI cipuo up lor.a bear
ing before .liuli'e l.v,uurv toiuoriow
Hi linn Tn
Supervisor Ready To Send In
Another Resolution For k
Theie h mill a possibility that a
portion of Tort Mree will lip pnved
uoioie nip einse or me veir lain 11 v
material other than that of good In-
'I he City and Cmiv Suporvlsor.i
will gather nl the Jlclntyre building
lonlRht In regular seslon, mid a' that
lino Humeri Isor Qiilau lll again In
lodiice a ii-Kohillon cillln.fiir tho
paving nf I'ort Mi ret between Queen
mrt Mcielmnt ttrellr,.
The Win 1 en Ilrothera b'.tulltlilc
In nml of p.iili.g umterhl will bo sp-
lllrii In the contract and It Ii cb.II
mited ,lnl to lay this errtlon of tho
!tiert will not tax tho City and Couu- suiiei visors "until I has pasr, a ro
ly corfers over flvo thoiiitaud il'illaiw. .glilatli ti' calling for the pavement of
The pivlng p.xilcct will dlou lurd
lealh If meinber Qiilnn W"cp,i bis nor-
nml lioilth dmlng Iho renuilnder o'
bis icjrm In oillre.
In illkcnsul"" Hip niat'er f liIK iuorn-4
lug Qiilnn s.i' :, I
"Wo hnio tho hiislupss ieoplo with'
us In our erfe't to Implore 0110 or thn
iinln thoipurbf nes of the town. j
1 piiniiiur requiio five thousand,
iolhir lo sc"to 'hi bill ror the piv-l
'in: mat vein n.- mil down hv thn pais-)
'go of the mli, Hon. That moneyi
n collie nr the road rmiii ror
Uoii'iliilii ill-lr'ci nnd thero should b
111 objection fnr'hcoiulng rrom tho
tiinorvlKiir" whoso constituents reside
In Iho country
"I have eanvasfed tho business ills-
CUT OF SEATTLE
H Hie ll.iwnllin Illviorleal society
intends to take any action beiore tbo
1I1I c nisei lloa'on Is sold at uuc'.lou
it the unvy yaul. Paget Round, Wash,,
It villi have to liuny, for tho city or
Seattle has gone to tho fiont to pre
serve ihls naval nunuimPiu fnr'fit'uio
Tho Iloston helped nuke hliitoiy In
'lawull. wbllp Pe-illlt-'s only Interont
11 the famoiiM old crulsur Is to keep
,1 frmu Ignoble serileo or from tho
bon ynrl. The hiMllIng Northwckt
city has alreidy s nrled 11 movement
for n Bi,lirrl',,"i, nnd and may pur
chaso the lloxlou i,ud keeii tho lintter
ed vessel !n Puget Kou-id waters.
If the llo-tiii Is pmchased for Seat
Ho. It will be turned over to tlio naval or tbo monarchy and thn pnrt pliyed
mllltla er Mic stiio ror a training ship hv the ciulser In thuso s,tlrr!ng times.
The naval mll'Ha Is to Iho mvy what "-"-vc- , Vrt no mnvo has been
tho-regular mllltla Is to tho aiiny It mado to keep tho veteran 'Ashling
Is a body of volunteers encouraged ninchlno from going to Hip junk-plle.
A damage Mill for M8 will go
to trial lu Judgo Whitney's ileum I
ment of tho Clr nil Court this aft
ernoon, the defendant being tho
Itaplil Transit Ciunpaii) and tbo com,
plalii.int being Don HobliiKin, who
asks for the damages named agallut
the corporation ror an nu-ldout Hint
occuried neai the Palamii lire Bln
tlnn on November 20, 1900.
tleblnroii was driving a team or ccyVt j,y his (all,
four mules, hitched to an army trans- Thn Klliplno was nn a Ueretanla
poit wagon, when, it Is claimed, hu street car proceeding towards Puna
was tttuck by a Rapid Transit car hm, when his hat was blown nway.
und hurled from the wagon, suiter- ll's,on,'1 of nttemptlng to attract the .
I in: nhvslcal lnluiles nttenlloii of tho conductor or tho mo.
.. ' .? , . .; . . oiinan nnd stop the car, bn Juiuh.
11. P. Quarles Is atlorney for Hob- fr()m (10 fat myluK, Vehlclo and
In-um. nnd John Cathcnrt and A. 1.. landed In tbo stieet as tho car au-
Ciiktlo for tlio Hapld Transit Co.
t-lct prett carefully and Ibereforo bo
lleve It hest that mulling bo done with'
the upner end of Tort street until af
ter the Iio'lda. This nppenrs to I1.1
the gineral sentlmeiit of thoibiMluniiJ
hoiiM's b'jrileruig oil the slieet.
"Tin paving of tho lower end of
th. thoroughfare' fiom Queen to Mer
chant m even to King street will
caiiKO no gieat luconvenlencu Jo the
boldness man or tho.Mioppcrh."
"What wo want to do is to get one
block ol this pavement labl down and
when II has been tried nml found ll
come ui to nil ptiKirtn.'niis. thero
will bo no ri-r.l for Hip new Imanl of
all the down town -ttreets. ', . I
'ccordliig In tho eytlmnUon of
"' 1 sn 1 oflien, favoring tho pave-
ir i" ,f c-uo lilock or Purl street, tho
wot k-will -lie completed within te
days or two weiks nl tho latent.
It Is epeci'e( that the Introduction
of another paving ordinance. or re.co-
Intlnii will nine, n shaip fight beroro ",
tlio matter hai tiee,, threshed; out mid
icrelvcd dNpoiltlon nt the hands of
memhers or tho hoard.
The Inst repolutlon
met ilerp.it at
Iho lianiN or Siinorlsors Logan Cos.
0 Ali'n nnd MrClolliu. Aylolt evi
going on record by remaining away
from the Important session while,
("mini! IncVcd up by Knno mado .
hard light for tbo ordinance. , ,v
and to some extent aided bv federal
"l'lropilnti.iis. Tho mcml'iors ar.
lii'.liiO'l n naval maneuvers, and In
,,l)t, f war it expeeled that they
will ferve on sroul-sblps. where Ibcjlr
knowlcdgo or localities wllf bo or
linirli value. '
Tho redenil goveriuiieiit has alrpady
tinned over to tho naval mllltla on
Paget Hound a vesn"! ror n training
ship but It Is plnuno'l to rccuro tbo
Iloston nt anc'lon. to In owned by Iho
mllltla nnd 10 bo ued exclusively by
Hint body. If
Tho publication of tho nows In tlio
P 11 1 1 p I 11 last Saturday- that tint
old 1 'listen Is to lin sold nt auction
his aroused much Interest ninong
those vho renieraber thn overthrow
LOST LIFE FOR
i TWO BIT HAT
Filipino Jumped From Fast,
Movinn Car to
To save a cbeip and battered straw
bat that had blown rrom his head
while a p.u.cnger on a Uupld Transit
electric car. n Filipino named, An
tonio Pangellnan died nt Queen's
llntmltnl nil n r,ttnll ctt lulilrlna r,
(Coiitnuicd on Fai;e 4.)