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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4798.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY DECEMBER 13, 1910. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS. 4
WOULD SUSPEND COASTWISE
Strenuous Senator From Iowa
Arises To Denounce Aldrich
WASHINGTON, I). C. Dec. III.- Senator Albert II. Cummins of Iowa
toilay opened Ihn expected attack o-i tho tariff bill In Congress by a bit
ter iloiiun latlon of the Aldrkli-rnyne bill, which he declared Is created
for the benefit of special Interests. Ill condemnation of the existing
schedules, which wus general In Its terms, was the feature of the day.
The spectators' galleries were pacjej,
The (own Senator demanded also an amendment to the Depcw bill
which fixes the salaries of the judlcliry. Ho would amend It to make the
salary of chief Justice of tho Supreme Court 118,000, of araoclnte Justices
SI 7, ',00, circuit Judges of the Courts or Appeals 10.000, and district
Judges $11000 per annum. The Depe-.v bill Is now pending and has the
recommendation of President Taft, mule In bis recent message. Under Its
provisions, the chief Justice Is to rccalvc $17,0(10, iipsnclute Justices $17,
000, circuit Judges $10,000, and district Judges $9000.
AMID THE BOOMING OF GUNS -
REAR ADMIRAL C0RW1N P. REES
' RETIRES FROM ACTIVE SERVICE
As the smoke bel ihed forth from Itcar-Admlral Hces entered the
the muzzles of the guns of the saltit-1 Union army In 18G4 In an Ohio reel
ing battery this morning, Reur-Ad- meat while still In his teens, and
inlrnl Cm win 1'. ltecs took leave of with his honorable discharge after
his ollkers at the navul stntlon and! the inse of the. war lib Joined the
diovo from the grounds as the last
gun of the admiral's salute boomed,
mid as his Hag was hauled down fiom
the mast and the pennant of Captain been In the set vice of his country,
AVulter C. Cowlcs was bioken out In and with a hearty handclasp to ea h
Its Ulead. otllcer at the station this morning he
It was not, perhaps, such an lm- walked down the steps nnd Into hlB
posing ceremony In a way, but as waiting carriage and was driven
tho retiring commandant passed along' nwoy from the grounds along the
the line of his oillcers, shaking hands line nf the saluting marlno battalion,
Willi each and wishing them well, ns o man who has retired to private life
they did him. It marked the passing at the close of work well done,
from ni'tlve service of n man who lias livery officer was present to take
served his country faithfully tuid well leave of his chief today, nil being In
thtough moio than nn ordinary life, lino except I'ay Clcik Thomas Dunn,
time. I (Continued on Page 8)
NEW ROUTE FOR
Will Be Sent to Isthmus From
Portugal and Transhipped.
Plans mado public jesteiday nft-
ernoon nt n special meeting of the
Hoard of Health lmvo suddenly
I'luiiuretl the Territorial policy of
handling Immigrants. To carry out
these plans, Dr. Victor S. Clark of
tho board will leave on tho Sierra
tomonow . morning for the Coast,
wheio he will chartor a sporlal
Tho steamor will carry Immigrants
from the Isthmus to Honolulu, nnd
the nluiis call for a new routo of
iihlpplng tho Immigrants that Agent
A. J. Campbell isnow securing In
Portugal. Tho now routo is by steam
er from Portugal ncroBs tho Atlantic
to the eastern sldo of the Isthmus,
across tho Isthmus by way of tho To
huantepec railroad, and across tho
Pnclllc by a chartored steamer,
Tho new plans are mado necessary
by tho outbreak of clmloru In Fun
cliol, whl h has cauved tho boaid to
nbamlon Its plan of getting Inboiors
from tho Island of Madeira. Instead,
tho laborers and their wives and fam
ilies will be shipped In small num
hers ucioss the Atlantic! to the drib-
bean sldo of tho Isthmus and then
tiunshlpped un the Pnelfls side.
The Hoard of Health heald Dr.
Clurk's plans and npprovod them, In-
navy, graduating from me naval
iicadeni) In 1870,
For nearly half a century he has
sofnr as Its Jurisdiction covers tho
precautions that will ho taken to pro.
vent the bringing In of cholera. This
morning Dr. Clark was given special
instructions fiom the Hoard of
Health, and the Hoard of Immlgrn'
tlou also held a special meeting at
which Its authorization was given,
Dr. Clark will leave on the Sierra
and will endeavor In San Francisco
to charter a steamer which will be
need to carry the Immigrants across
the Paclfl '. If ho can not secure n
iteamcr In San Francisco ho will go
to Seattle. From tho CoaBt ho will
go by rail to HI Paso Tex., then on
through Mexico and down to the
Isthmus, also by rail.
He will make arrangements for
handling the Immigrants over the
Tehuantepec road as well as for their
care at each Isthmian port. A. J.
Campbell, working down In Portugal,
will supply tho Immigrants nnd send
thorn by steamer to the Isthmus and
thoy will ho sent on to Hawaii.
From tho time tho Immigrants nro
reciultod until thoy uro landed In
tho Islunds, overy precaution will be
tnken to pi event their being exposed
to disease, nnd they will bo particu
larly guarded against mosquitoes, in
fact, tho now routo promises to bo-
lome famous as tho "Moaqulto-Proof
IJy a singular coln-ldoncc, tho
Hoard of Immigration has been con
sidering a plan to bccuio tho steam
er Olympla for the Pa rtflc passage,
This steamer wont on tho rocks two
days ago In Alaska, nnd tho board
yestorday received a cablegram to
that effect from tho man who had
previously offered tho steamer to tho
hoard for charter.
Tho moio u man gets left tho more
ho talks about his tights,
a .iiitinct point was scored in the
Territorial Supremo Court this morn-
log when It was held that the Demo
crats would have to make answer
Thursday morning to the allegation
of fraud contained In the election
This will probably oion the way to
n hearing on tho merits of the case'
which attorneys Jiulil, Davis and Cur-
rv l.allovn will nrflvn lirtvnml rimilif
that the methods "of voting and Irre
gularities practiced In tho sixth pre
cinct of tho Fourth District will bo
sufficient to Invalidate tho election In
Charges of "sharp practice" wen
mnilo during the court proceedings
this morning by Attorney Ashford.
He stated that two men who signed
the second petition did not know what
they were signing and wero misled
by tho attorneys for I.ane.
U. S. BATTLESHIPS
IN STORM BUT SAFE
f AiwH-lnteil Pre"- Cable.)
1IIIKST, Franco, Dec. 1.1. In n sc
vero storm that Is sweeping over tho
southerly coast of Kuropo and the
Mediterranean, n number of mast
steamers have, beon, wrecked, Tho
culser JMgar QuIueL waswpt
nshoro Ju.the harbor of , llrest and
li'adly damaged. The American bat
tleships on the long cruise, now In
tho Mediterranean, are held at an
chor at llarcelona.
PLANS LIGHTING OF
(AKKoclatul Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Do'. 13.
Secretary of War Dickinson has ask
od the House to appioprlate $151,087
for the construction of an electrH
power plant nt Corregldor Island,
Philippines, which commands the en
trance to Manila Hay nnd Is nn im
portant point In the proposed naval
defenses of Manila.
FORMER REPORTER IS
fSrx.el.il millet In Cable)
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Dec. 13.
flcorgo IMgar Vincent, former news
paper man, brilliant teacher, writer
and lecturer on sociology nnd polit
ical cconomv, was today elected pros.
Idont of tho University of Minnesota
by tho board of trustees. Dr. Vln
cent Is a graduato of Yale, and for
ninny ypurs has beon n dean of the
University of Chicago. He was once
n reporter In New York.
(Npeelnl II nil tin Cable.)
LONDON, Dec. 13. The Oovern-
mont forties still maintain their lead
In the genernl election In progress
hero. The Oovernment now has 290
seats nml the Opposition 240,
BEATEN BY OXFORD
(HlM-el.il Till I let I n Cable,)
LONDON, Dec. 13. Oxford defeat-
ed Cambridge today In tho annual
rugby match between tho two sroit
English Institutions. Tho scoro was
23 to 16 and the gamo was extremely
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13. Stig
nrt 9G dogrees test, 4c. Provlous
quotation, 3 SGc.
In tho presence of friends nnd In
vited guests. Miss Lillian Roborlsou
and Mr. (leorgc W Wnllaco woio unit
oil In marriage Hits morning at 9
o'clock at St Andiow's cathedral, the
Rev Canon Ault officiating. Mist
Ornre Robertson wan her Bister's on
ly attendant, whllo Mr. Oeorgo Rob
ertson. 8i. gao tho brldo away. Tho
usheis woio Mr. James IMughoily
I ntnl Mr. Robert McF.ldowncy,
Thinks Passenger Regulation
:.,,. .U..,nli OhouM
miiuuuiih ' IUVVC1II OIIUUIU
TRAVFI FAHII ITIPC
ARC MflW IMAnpnilATF
Hnc n" ' H U CU UH I C
Secretary of Interior Makes
Strong Recommendation in
Annual Report Urges Ap
propriations for Buildings.
navigation laws should be suspended
in so far as tlifcy nrfeit Hawaii, and
that more facilities should bu afford
ed passengers to and fiom tho main
land, Is to hajiiiddu by ltlchurd A.
Ha linger. Secretary of the Interior,
In his annual report. Ho sajg In
"There Is it Hack of proper facili
ties for passenger trnvel between Ha
waii and the mainland, due In part
to the fact that tho through steamers
a port of calljare
generally In Clfiil
gn ownership ami
can not under tho navigation laws,
transport passengers between tho
Territory ilnd the mainland. Relief
should be accorded through the bus
pension of tho navigation laws for a
limited period, so far as they relate
to such travel, or In some othor way
which will add to the opportunities
for transportation of passengers.
"Appropriations uro needed for
continuing the work upon Honolulu
Illlo and Kahulul harbors, for be
ginning work on some harbor on the
island of Knual, nnd for tho public
buildings heretofore authorized at
Honolulu and Illlo.
The loss of a blade in the propeller
of the American-Hawaiian freighter
Arlzonan caused that vessel to mnke
n rather slow passage to Honolulu,
Tho big steamer was nn nrrlvnl nt
tho port early this morning, bringing
down a large cargo from Puget Sound
ports and transhipped cargo placed
on board at Sallna Cruz.
Tho vessel was compelled to slow
down owing to loss of n portion or
her wheel, and It required cloven
days to make the passage to tho Is
lands. It Is proposed to repair the dam'
age nt this port If possible, and to
accomplish this object the vessel will
bo given n quantity of sugar In the
forwnrd holds with a vlow to elevat
lug tho storn of tho steamer, thereby
placing the wheel ns far out of tho
water as possible. Tho Arlzonan may
be detnined hero several days pend.
Ing the repairs.
Tho Arlzonan will discharge about
3000 tons of freight, some of which
was shipped nt Now York. The
steamer will tako on sugar at Island
ports for Tehuantopec.
Advertising copy for next Sat-
urday's 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n should bo
sent In nt once. Tho demand
for space In tho coming Satur-
day Issue Is so great that ono
section of tho pitpor will hnto to
bo printed Thursday evening.
Tho demands of nil the II u 1 1 i-
tin pattons can bo attended to
If tho copy Is sent to tho olllco
early In tho week,
ij. ,j i, ,j, j, f, , .f. .$ .$.
Another cablegram was sent to
.Washington today asking that no ap
pointment to the oil! co nf Collector of
Internal lleioiiue bu mado until Dele
gate Kuhlo arrhes In the capital.
This message was raided this morn
ing by National Committeeman Hoi
iitolii. and adds another phase to tho
effort being made to get a local m.i'i
named for tho Federal position,
llolsleln Is an mowed supporter of
'V. CI. (Joctz for tho npixilutiiient, and
(osslp had II this morning that (loetz
has n good rhanco of getting the posl-
Hon, with Call Wldomann, Kuhlo's,
Hist choke, as Deputy Collector. Nei
ther Holstulii nor Kuhlo will gho
ihilr support to .John G. Itothwell.
who was endorsed by the Republican
Territorial Central Committee as tho
choice of CSntcrnor Ficar
llolstcln's cablegram was sent to
Post master Clciicrnl Frank II. Hitch
cock, Chairman of tho Republican Na
tional Committee Hitchcock has al
ready boen apprised of the fart that
Ooetz Is strongly supported Irith by
llolsleln and by other Influential men
of tho Territory.
Los Angeles Inquisitors Have
Many More Witnesses
The question of who dynamited tho
Los Angeles "Times" bids fair to
rank with "Who struck Hllllo Patter
son?" Tho special Jury which has
the Investigation of the matter In
hand scorns to bo no nearer to tho
goal thin It was on tho day that It
Nearly n bundled witnesses have
been brought before that body nnd,
from the evidence adduced. It would
seem that tho plot was of such magni
tude that It took In nil of tho Btato
of California and n few moro on (ho
outside. livery ptaco that has hd
to' do with dynamite for any purpose
whatever has furnished witnesses for
tho Investigation, Tho latest from
the coast flics says:
LOS ANOKLKS, Dec. 8. Thore
will ho nn Indictments by tho I.os
Angeles Bpeclal grand Jury In tho dy
namiting cases this week as expected
Tho grand Jury adjourned nt noon
until next Thursday without having
concluded the examination of wit
Tho examination of two witnesses
occupied the morning session of tho
grand Jury. These wero Harry Hark.
Icy of Vallolo and K. R. ' Mason of
San Joso. narkley and Mnson wore
members of tho American federation
of labor committee, which, after an
Inquiry conducted on behalf of that
organization, published a report that
tho explosion and consequent death
of 21 men was duo to gas.
There aro eight or ten more wit'
nesscs to bo oxamlncd, and It Is be
lloved that tho closo of the tnvcstlga
tlon Is In bo deferred perhaps a week
or 10 dnys.
GOES TO THREE
United States Marshal Hendry this
morning paid out $200 nf tho $500
reward that went to the three men
held entitled to the reward for tho
capture of Anderson Orn-e. Tho ro
malnlng $300 Is paid by the Terri
Tho three men who received equal
shares of the $200 from tho United
States aro Hurry DenlBon, Wilson
Fenglcr nml I. Off.
Too many cooks spoil tho digestion
of the policeman.
Wo feel sorry for tho 2i0-pound girl
who hits it wild deBlro to dance.
Make Attack On
Ordinance From Becoming
An organized light against the new
"pule fund" ordinance, which w-as
passed n few dus ago by tho Hoard
of Supervlfors nnd Is now up to
Ma) or Fern for signature, was start
ed this morning by attorneys repre
senting the Chinese fishing and tlsli-
ending Interests. Further develop
ments show that the objections to the
ordluaiito ale not tonllned,' to the
llsh tellers, but that a number of
grocers as well ns venders of meat
will i also loud protests before tho
ordinance becomes law.
Douthltt & Coke, attorneys for
Wing Lock llongi the association of
Chinese fish sellers at J big King
street market, hnc prepared n for
mal protest to he submitted to Mayor
Fern today. The protest declares'
TAFT RECOMMENDS SELECTION
OF FEDERAL BUILDING SITES
BY EXPERTS OF GOVERNMENT
President Tuft's message to Con-itho building plans and sites with .a
gioss contains an Important rccoin- vlow to tho actual needs of tho gov
men latlon in regard to the selection ernmoiit. I'ostoffi-o buildings which
of a rl.p for n Federal building thatjnio In effect warehouses for tho eco
Is of particular Interest to Honolulu mimical handling of transportation of
owing to the present controversy over thousands of tons of mails have been
the Mahuka site. He sa)s: mndo monumental structures, and
"In our public buildings wo still
suffer from the method of appropri
ation, which has been so much crltl.
ched In connection with our rivers,
and harbors. Some method should
he devised for controlling the supply
of public buildings, so that thoy will
harmonize with the actual needs ,of
the government. Not only are build
ings appropriated for by Congress
which nro not needed, and buildings
left unappropriated for by Congress
which nro needed, but when It conies
to the actual construction there has
been In tho past too little study of
TERMS OF KAPAA
Iho hupau land question and u
scrap over bills of tho Lund Hoard havo tho right at tiny time to Wltf
between Marstou Campbell nnd Au- draw nil or any portion of tho water
dltor Fisher were tho fenlures of the leased In Its absolute ills. Tet lou, the
session of the commlbslouers held In amount of rebate, of rental following
the Throno Room of tho Capitol this suih withdrawal to bo arbitrated, t
morning. not adjusted betweon tho parties lit
Tho expression of Una I sentiment the usual wuy. It being understooa
of tho Laud Houid majority In re-' further that uddltlotui rental shall'
gnrd to the terms of the Kapua lc.uo he charged for all wutOr diverted by
was oxpressed In a motlou made by the lessor during the llfu of the leaso
W. A. Klnnoy, tho only vote oust to outside, lands not named In tho
against It being by II. 11. Trent. I lease. This resolution to apply to tho
The motion Is us follows;' I lands of Aniihola nnd Kumalumalo."
"I move that It Is tho opinion of Trent yVnnts More,
the board that tho Kupait laud up- Trent dissented quit? omphatlcally
piled for by Iho Mnkco Sugur Com- from tho term of tho proposed lensa
pany should ho leased fur fifteen to tlio Makee, Sugar Company as ln
)e.irB nt an unniiul rental of not less corporated In the motion of Mr. Kin
than $7000 per itunumi tho lease also noy Ho declined It tho duty of the,
to Include all tho wator of Kapna,( l.uul Hoard to protect the govorn
except suih wators us tho omms- incut's interests with ng much caro
sinner leservcs lor me neeua or uterus if tho members of tho board were,-'
li-ifinti, ii-Bmciiin ifni iinAciiB 1,1 i.b
section; 11 nouig iiiiuorsiuuu uiiu urn.
lenso shall contain nn expressed pro -
vlatnn ttint Hia itnvnrnmiMit nflnrtlin
' v - - "- "
Is not advlsab'c.
Mid or Fern's so rotary. H, C.
eiiburgh, said today that Informal!
protests lime come from otlie
sources mid will Inter ho formally
made If the ordinance Is accepted.
Is said that the ordinance Is eonfti'
lug In It provisions and that grocers
can not carry out the provisions re
garding the protection of fruit nnd
The formal protest of the Chlueso
llsh dealers Is iis follows:
"To Honorable J. J, Fern, Mayor of
tho City and County of Honolulu.
"Sir: The undersigned, residents
and llsh venders of the City andC
County of Huuo'ulu, hereby respect-
'it it protest against the signing ors
Ordinance No. 2J heretofore iiassodl
- '(Coniinued on face 4 i
often located far from the convenient
and economical spot. In tho attual
construction of the buildings a dou
or scrutiny of tho methods omplojed
hy the government architects or by
architects emplo)ed by tho govern
ment hne resulted In decided econ
omies. It Is hoped that moro tlmo
will gho opportunity for n moro
thorough reorganization. The last
public building hill carried author
Izatlon for the ultimata expeudltufn
'if $33,01 1,500 and I approved It'be
auso of tho many good features It
Continued on Pap R - "
FIXED AT $7,000
cion then growing Is harvested, shall
pnvuiuiy iiiturt-sieu, i reuv ueciaru,j(
without nunilllcatlon that ho consldr
! cred $7000 entirely Inadequate for;i
m it j -i nv i
- . iwuuunuca on ruse zi
..i .,, AlfcAiJWitot.