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From Sun Fianclico.
For San Frnncisco:
Lurlliie December 20
Moanu ...Jnnimry 1
Manuka Jnnimry 29
Merchants who talk about honciij
goods in an honest, interesting way,1
in the ndvcrtiiinp; columns of the'
BULLETIN, seldom have slack times..
2:30 EDITIOIN- Xmas ads create Xmas wants that Xmas stocks can fill
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4803.
1-1 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERIUTOHY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1010. 1-1 PAC1ES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Information On Wahiawa Water
Supply Wanted By House
The Cummlttco on Territories or. In accordance with the cabled rc-
tho Homo of llcprcsciitutlvcs has i
liolil mi nil action mi the Mcfirossnn!
Wahiawa hill a cnhlo having been
received by licivcrnor ficar todaj,
stating that this actlun bus been
uncoil, liio calilo Mso states that
no further consideration will bo given
the mcasiiro until more Inform.!-'
Hon has been presented before the
The protests that were hurried to
Washington by Castle & Cooko and
other Interests Hint would bo affect-
oil by the Interruption of tho Wahl-
awa water supply, under tho terms
in uio .Mcunibsou mil, nave uiiiiouut-
cdly had tho dcslied effect and re-
suited In halting all action on this
moasiiru until full particulars In ro-
gnrd to tho objections raised to it
are presented bciforo ,Hjot pommlttoo.
OF UNITED STATES TO JAPAN
BRINGS MESSAGE OF PEACE
It is a messago of peaco that Is the t'nltcd States. I liavo not much
IHng borno across the Pacific by
I honias .1. O'llrlcn, embassador of tho
United Stutes to Japan, who today
is making a temporary stay at Ho
nolulu. Despite tho evcr-rccurrlng war
Morlcs originating from disgruntled
correspondents returning from tho
Knr Hast, or from certain commer
cial Interests along the Tactile Coast
of tho United States, ICmbussndor
O'llrlcn is a pronounced optimist.
Accompanied by Mrs. O'llrlcn, tho
oimlnl U lctui'liliitf to his post at!
Japan after a two months" leave of
absent o spoilt In tho Slates.
"Thero is absolutely no ground for
tho scnsolcss rumors of war betweon
tho United States and Japan," de
clared tho embassador tills morning.
"Japan will proccod with tho out
lined program of in
making additions to her Meet, as do
other countries, The report that
tho Japanese government had award,
ed a ronlracl for two big buttle-
.1.1 ..... An..... i .annul Tim
..,,-, .....l ......... . . -
licet now maintained by that nation
must nercssnrlly undorpo a process
.. -I.. ...nil.... In n.ilB. ,.. f.ll.lr, Wt.V
.., r.iuun. ...... .. ... "-"'
for vessols of larger tonnago nud of.
moro modern cnnstructlon and nrma
ment." Cniillniilug. Kmlinssador O'ltrlon
stated: "Japan Is still
from her laic war with RiishIii,
country has no nvallablo means for
entering Into lonflllt unless forced
lo do fo by another nation. Her
Industrial and agricultural develop
ment will rcnulro nil tho nvallablo
time and attention to recover pies
tlgo lost during tho last war.
I'mbnsMidor O'llrlcn declaied that
his visit to the United States boro
no political significance.
"I am Just on a vacation like any
other citizen nnd am going back to'
work much bonofited by my visit
' SAN I'UANCISCO, Dec. IB. Sug-
an 90 degiees test, 3.99c. Previous
fiuolatlon. 4 v. Meets: 88 analysis,
9s, 0 l;2d.; parity, n.89c. Pievluus
iiuotutlou, lis. 0 1 Id.
A liquid laugh Is said to bu less
stimulating than a liquid "stullo."
finest. Governor 1 'roar will send to
Washington on tho l.urlllio tomorrow
all of tho (lata obtainable on tho
( Hhlltm nt Mi.. Willi If l wn u'iiIah amti.lt
,, tll0 rcBllltB tllut ,,,,, fol)ow
the earning out of the terms of the
measure ns taken to Wushlngtnu b,
Instead of holding n public mcoi
lug on tho McCrotaon Kau bill to
morrow night, ns planned Saturday,! rinsed liy llnnduraii revolutionists.
tho Republican Territorial executive! fitted out with stores, ammunition
.-ommltlec has decided to hold nil ex. 'and rlllcs and sailed for Honduras to
ccutho session tomorrow and thou
determine- when tho public meeting
Is to bo held. Tho members of tho
committee nro of tho opinion Hint
tho terms of the hill nro ontltlod to
tho most careful consideration, mid
believe that more tlmo should ho
gltn In picparatlon tor tho public
meeting. " --
to say that would bo of Inlciest to)
the public, unless it Is to repeat
what I said before that the rela
tions of Japan and tho United States
nro most cordial at this time.
"There Is a largo trado between
tho two countries, and so far as I
can seo thero Is no causa for nuy
rumor of war, Kinlgratlon to this
country from Japan has almost en
tirely ceased compared to what It
used to ho. The government Is dis
couraging the 'migration of Its sub
jects, stating that they nro needed
at homo to assist In tho development
of the lountry.
The diplomat ridiculed tho war
senre which perennially makes Its ap
pearance with the nrrlvnl of some of
i tho lessor lights among newspaper
' "rrcspondonts who luiyo visited the
Orlntif ...llhl.t tl.o. unn. Inn vnfirfl
...i.i.h ... .. J....... .Li. ,,..
When Informed that nt least two
newspaper men nnn nmollstB
passed through Honolulu, predicting
a near approach of hostilities bo-
J , , Unlt Blnt
, ' . ' , , , ,, .
Kmhassador O'llrlcn declared Hint
such statements worn silly nnd had
absolutely no foundation In fact.
"Let mo Impress It upon jou that
the relations between Japan and the
United Slates at tho present time are
the most friendly." Tho furt that
it has been iillcgnd that the report
of Eccretnry of Wur Dickinson hnd
heou withhold from the public ap
peared to have no significance to
Hiuhassiidnr O'llrlcn, from the tone
of his conversation on board tho
Manchuria this morning.
Tho United States diplomat spent
tonaldernhlH time ut his former homo
ut Or.mil Iliiplds, Mich. He bus vis
ited Honolulu on several occasions
and niinounred Hint he was always
delighted nt tin opportunity to visit
oilleer llergau riosscd tho orratlo
l coin so pin sued by ono Oploplo op Sal
nrd'ay night uml tho man was lodged
t Iho ccuUiil station charged with
drunkenness. Ho drew uflno of three
dolhirs nnd tho tilmmlugs this mom
Many a man has lost a dollar In try
ing to snto u nickel.
Woolley At His
l (AxwH'lutrl Prrnif (ull.) .
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 19. Prohibition for Hawaii Is again threat
ened. An effort Is to be made to pais a prohibition act that wilt apply tt.
I Hawaii. The final form In which the measure wlllxomf Up has not bsen
made public, but it It expected to bi a
throughout the Teintory, In spits of
slowed that the peuple of Hawaii are
(AHflorliitcit Vrms OiMO
NIJW OltLKANS, l.n., Dec. ID.
Thri former United States .gunboat
Her net In said to liuvo been pur-
tuke part In the revolution.
STEAMER FAST ON
ROCKS AT VANCOUVER
(AftHficlittiHl Pri-xs il.1f.,
VANCOUVf.lt, II. C., Dec. 19.-
The ilcnnier Crhice (leorgo Is fait
on the locks at the entrance of tho
harbor here. Tho extent of the dam
ago has1 out been ascertained.
Has Inspected Heavy Guns at
Honolulu Forts During
Lieut. -Col. J. Walker llenct, who
has been Inspecting tho heavy guns
and oidnnnto at tho posts around
Honolulu for the past weok, will
leave- for San Krauctsco on tho Lur
11 ne tomorrow.
Id uik.h1 I ii i- imlnnlfiv nff nrimnil.
at tho Monna. of tho work here, ho!"f .lho Co,,rt ',f Api-uala of Caliloriila
said that the work was merely r6u
tine, and Hint there were no gun
ttcts made during his present visit.
Lieutenant-Colonel llenct is In
chuigo of the arsenal at Ilcnlcin.
Cal., and Is armament ollkcr for tho
Western district, which Includes tho
I'aclnc CoaBt States and Hawaii.
Hither ho or his assistant here has
to make an Inspection of the dis
trict each year. This Is the first
tlmo Llcutcnniit.llcuct has been In
Honolulu and ho says Hint tho namo
had!"l,nradls0 of tho Pacific" leaves noth-
Ing morn to bu said of Hawaii,
Two (lftccn-pound guns nro being
mounted ut furt " Armstrong this
week, theso guns being placed to
protect tho mlno urea uf tho harbor,
und within u few months four moro
mortars will bo mounted nt Fort Hu-
ger. Tho four now mounted thero
were tCBtcd last eur, so thero wu
nothing lu the testing lino for Lieu
tuiiunt-Coloucl lleuet to do there.
Thero uio no guns ut fort Do
Hussy yet, nnd It is not known when
tho pieces fur that station will ho
hero ready for mounting, uccoidlng
to the armament oilleer,
At Pearl Harbor there uro now two
12-Inch gnus mounted, unci moie to
lu Blieuklnc of tho number of
troops ncessary to gurrlson tho
whole of the const defenso forts to
work tho heavy guns, Lieutenant
Colonel lionet wild that a garrison
might be placed In each fort, or only
one garrisoned nud detachments
placed lu the others.
fiencinls llllrs und Aleshlro wont
over this matter when they were
hoio, Imii jib to what loport was
made Colonel llenct did not know.
In iiddttlou to tho work of In
specting the guns und armument, the
oiiicer lias in mspeci ruiiB-iiiiih
InKtruments nud nil other npp.irnlus
used In the lUliig- of heavy guns.
bill for abollt.on of tne saloons
the returns from tha plihir.c,tc which
overwhelming!) aga'nst prohlo.tion.
. IN NEW YORK
(Aiasuclntiil Pr-ms CnM'.)
NKW YOUK CITY, Dec. 19.
Thirteen people were Killed, fifty be
rluosly Injured, many more slightly
hurt and a thousand shaken up In an
explosion of gas and d)iinmllo In
the power station of the Now York
Central railroad. The force of the
ox'plnslou wiihi terrific and Immonso
uniiinge was none.
NtW UHlEr JUSTICE
(Abwm-IjiIihI Pmw Cable.
WASHINGTON,' D. C.-llre. 19.
Justice L'dwurd Douglass Whlto to
day took his oath of olllco us chic!
Justice of the Supreme Court of the
United States. Tho ceremonies were
Will Promote Flights Here
and Brice Goes to
Whipple Hall, onu of Iho Curtlss
aviators, nuheil In Honolulu this
morning by tho MnnchiiriF from Sail
Aviator Hall Is u son if Lldgo Hall
nnd Is nn aviator from fliolej utlng
Independently rich In his own right.
Ho had an accident nt I'l'.'vi.n about
six months ago In running lulu u
fonco before being ubtu lo clear tho
ground In making a Might, nnd was
badly bruised on tho body and head.
On n count of (his accident he had
nu operation performed r.nl In i.i.t
mado a flight since.
Ho comes to Honolulu to take tho
plaro of Promoter Ilrlco for tho lllghtM
to bo mado hero next weok ami lMco
will sail for tho Orient this aflcifsm
on tho Muuchurla tu ariango for
Latest Estimate Gives More
Than Eight Million Tons of
Another estimate of tho Kuropcaii
beet sugar crop has reached II"n-(lIIllU.0 (,r tll0 (l,1Multlon.
lulu, mid ono that goes hundreds of ,-.,. mrlIllH: ,w personally In
thousands of tons iihcad of tho last. terVewcMj number f business men
It camo In tho form of a cablegram u)(1 ,t ., rc,)rte,( foun(, nono
to Alexander & llaldwln, nnd Is K. .,,,., WB to dcclnro hlniBelf
O. Llchfs latest estimate. Llcht nsI1Bt lj()W for tIle chBlnnanshl'i.
makes tho Huropean crop 8.057.00U llerlram vm j)amm a80 weIlt to
tons. I number of business men In Low's III-
Although this cstlninto Is fur
ahead of previous ones, tho prlco of
beet sugur has evldentlj not declln-
ed for It Is 9s. 0 1-ld., or parity 3.88.
Uical brokers do not regard this
estimalo or i.irm s ns cneering n
nt all, but they nro not Inclined to
take it over seriously. However, li
nuR ,10t IPj,,eii any lu strengthening
gtocks. Trading this morning was
vry rettrlcled. Wulnlua sold nt
sr., Honoknn at 10, and Mcllryiln and
I Olaa ended the list of activities.
COALITION WAS A
(Associated Press CaMe.)
LONDON Dec. 19. The Ilrltlsli
general elections arc complete, and
according to tho returns the govern
ment party has won a remarkable
victory. Tho government will have
197 scats In tho House of Commons
as against 273 for the opposition.
Tho Unionists conccdo that an al
ack will ho mn do on tho House of
Lords. The coalition of Liberals,
'.aborllcs unci Irish Nationalists ro
Milled ill the victory of the govern'
DWEGHT FOR JOB
EBEN LOW WANTS
Result of Caucus Among Sup
ervisors Starts Small
Ilcforu the newly-elected Hoard of
.Supervisors has taken Its scat, sonu.-
,hlug more than a flurry has been
.nu fed by the slating of Kben Low1
for chalrninu of the finance commit
tee Instead of the roads committee.
lAtw has rebelled, declaring that un
ess ho Is given the roads committee
'halrmnnship, he will not servo ut
the head of any committee.
The break camo yesterday, wheii
he six Biipcrvlsors-clect met In cau
cus and parceled out tho commit
tee clinlrmniiBlilps among themselves.
Tho other five were unanimous In
their opposition to Low us head of
the roads committee.
Here Is tho slate us made up I a
the .uncus )cstcnla:
Health Kruger chairman; Alan
Polite Murraj, cliulrmau; Km
Publlo expenditures Amann,
chairman; Murray, Kruger.
Finance Low, chairman; Amain,
Hoads Uwlght, chairman; Lo.v,
Klio and light Arnold, chairman;
It appears that a week ago, while
Low was absent, tho five other mem
bers of the board hold uu Informal
caucus and determined to put Sam
Dnight nt tho head of tho roads co.u
mltteo. formal decision was rcserv.
ed, however, until Low camo back
from his trip lo another Island. Yei
tordny the so ond caucus found tho
supervisors still of tho same mini!
nnd Low was given a committee be
declarer ho docs not want.
Harry Murray, who Is spokesman
for the caucus, Bald today that n good
deal of opposition has arisen among
local business men to Low's appoint
ment, "Most of tho members of the board
have learned, In talking with the
business men, that they want Dwlght
on tho roads committee Instead ut
Low," suys Murray. "Dwlght Is a
resident of tho fifth District, an 1
the fifth feels that It deserves s pe
dal attention. Thero is no animos
ity against Low, Tho moiubers sim
ply feel that Dwlght's selection will,
be moro irenerallv Katisfiictorv." He
,..,,...., lo ,)0 gl,Cclnc as to tho.
terW)l nml hay8 1lt a ,)f tlom Ulnk
j, WouId bo satisfactory at tho
,cu (f t)l0 nmfg t.omn,ttco.
T,(o .m,yor wm ,,ro)ahly call all
of ,., M0W HU,ervtrg tygethor this
wcok tl) t(,k ver loRlslntluii.
Tlu oient American Show, Aula
i.arki Ku, flco oxhlldtlou outsldo
.l() tl., nt 7 ,, ,,,, OVery evening.
Ilegulnr dishonesty Is easier to
miuinge than Irregular honesty.
lulu By Liners From The ;
Orient .; !
The port uf Honolulu promises to
becumo Invohed In one of the big-
gist smuggling sensations for jeurs.
When eight men und seven women,
all Chinese, mado n desperate at-
lempt to cstupo from tho Pacific
Mall liner Muuchurla ns that cbscI
reached San Krunclsco on her last
trip from tho Orient, their discovery
and capture amid n fusillade of bul-
lets uncovered what is believed to
be a bold and organized gang of
meu who operate an '"underground
route ' to smuggle Chinese from
China Into the United States. ,
In this conspiracy tho Immlgra.
Hon und customs officials nnd cm-
ployes of San francls'o have ul-
tendy been Implicated nnd some of
mem punmic.i. ino disclosures nnu
been so grn-.o that Cliiof Wlll.lo of
Hie secret er Ice-Is .on - hls - wny - from -
Washington to Hike personal chargo
of the San frnncisco Investigation,
and news cnine from the Const to-
day Hint clues hnve been found lead'
Ing nil the uiy from San franclsco
to the Orlcu by way of Honolulu,
So far as Is known, none of tho locnl
customs or Immigration men nre sub-
pected, but It Is certain that Mono-
lulu, ns n port of callf Is to bo ijrnwn
lllln tlir. Ilivnutlr.fitlr.il
...... ...U ... . ..... .......
The sensation from the Manchuria,
caused bv tlio capture of the fifteen
Chinese on tho night of December
i, wn aeigiitcncd with another cop-
Little Car Making Sixty Thou
sand Mile Trip to Test
Thn first nulnnnililln r.n n unrlil tr.nr
to iiuiko llo'iolulii arrived In tho clly
this morning by tho Mnnchiirla fiom illu and up through China nnd Japan.
San franclsco, this machine being 11 tho Philippines, to South Afrlcn ngSln
Hiipmobllo touring cur which It'll no Into Asia nml then through Hiiropo,
troll on November 3. I and home.
fiom the plnlus to tho desert tiid. Tho grcntesl run made so far Is
then across the mountains this llttli 2fl3 miles In ono day, bul as tho ear
twenty horse-power muchlno hns mads! Is not out for high speed and dlstanco
Its way, tracllug oer roads thai In' record, tho party is In no hiirry
HUPMOBILE ON ITS ROUND-THE-WORLD T0Ufi
maiij cases would luno been luuiossi.
I,l f()r a heavy touring cur.
I" rhnrgo lf '' 'rip ' J 1L Drake,
treasurer of tho Hupp Motor Com-
puny, T M llunlun, a mcciiauicai o
pert of tlio coinpnii), ami T. C. Jones,
About forty cars accompanied the
Utile Hup fiom Detroit to Chicago,
ngenls of Ihn company lu nearby clt-
les and friends of I bono starling un.wllh Its thre pafUl(iu, mt
the world-eticlrcliug lour, 2,000 pound
turu of Cliluesc hidden on the ,'ciiljo
Mum, direct from Honolulu. Oil
frlday, December 9, Immigration and
customs olllelnls lu Sail Francisco
captutcd live Chinese, four coolies
and u joung girl, hidden around lu
arlous parts of the vessel, two of
them In u lifeboat, where they were
wc supplied with food und water.
following this. Collector of the Port
stratum suspended ono Inspector.
with recommendations that ho bo
dismissed, and gave two more twenty
Tho boldness of tho plans to got
the Chinese from Uieso two vessels
eJtj tlio nuthorltlcs to bcllcvo that
the:e Is n big ring In tho Immlgra'-
Hon and customs departments ut Ban
Francl-i and that the Chinese are
handled by an organized gang of
Toiln the Manchuria urrlved from?
the Coast with tho fifteen Chlncso
that were captured on tho night of
December 1 In San franclsco. They
nro In the steerage, and during tho
stay of the liner In port will bo
Onichrs of Jho vessel declare that 9
they huvo been unable to And tlio l
recrct room where tho fifteen were fl
l.t.l.ln.. ..II ,l.n ....... .. . ... nL -A.
.......v.. I... ...j H uj utl.mtt .no I -
cldc. There nro soven women anil
eight men. mid thev will nrnl.nl.lv
be followed by the live captured from -
Continued on Paee 4.
The trip uns
mado from Chicago
Utah nud then
ucrnss tho desert
north and west of Suit J.ake.
ii moro is nn tiling utiead of us
worse than Hint trip across tho Alakll
plains. It will hnto to bo bonicjljlng jj
awful," said ono member of tho pur- 9
ty this morning.
Tho party will stay In Hawaii, tour.
Ing the Islands, until tho next Cana
dian-Australian bout for tho South
und will proceed to the antipodes on
A tour of Australia nnd New Zen
land will bo miidc, th"n back tollu
'Ibis cur which has started 011 His
long tilp that Is icckoned to UWo
two ears, is ono of Uio new- touring
curs of tho company for tho puyt,
iiueo years u runnuoul mis tieeu inaue
hut this Is tho first year of Iho oui
It Is a four c) Under, four pussum
ger, Ill-horse power car. with tho 1
motor ns tlio, runabout, nnd wtdglu.