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Moniui .la unary
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4800.
Dip Hemmed In
wrBV a '
Conflagrations In Two Cities
Take Heavy Toll
SAN' FRANCISCO, Dec. 22. -Horned
to death In imu of tho most
illsafltious anil death dealing llrcs tlm
jCo.ist has over mirrored, twenty-four
men tmlay leu t tliolr lives In a con
ll.igrntlnii that broke out in tlio Mor-
In packing plant In tlio local stock
yard. Fire Marshal lloian, twenty-two
firemen and one unknown youth, wlio
MANY DEAD IN PHILADELPHIA FIRE
PHILADELPHIA, I'enn., Dee. 22. and Ilfly others were Injured. Tlio
I'm tlior reports today from the pollio rehcrves had been called out
ruins of the Fricrland leather fnc- to check disorder, unci both tho re-
lory, which wan destroyed by lire serves and tho firemen wero caught
bift night, show Hint fourteen lire- b falling debris or hemmed In by tho
men and one policeman wcro killed flumes,
I DUCK PONDS
Reports Hint opium Jandcd from
trniiB-Pacllic liners Iris been secreted
In tho vicinity or tho Wnlklkl duck
IKinds lesulted In a patrol being estab
lished by Collector of tho Tort Stack-'
able Ihls morning, covcral dcptitlo-i
being placed on guard In connection
with tho searches that mo being
It Is refuted that a large inutility
or opium has been cached In tho vicin
ity uf tho duck ponds, some or It pos
illily having been thrown Into tho
Systematic Buying of Stock
Lends Color to Reports
Tho activity that Onhu block is ills
pln lug on tho local exchange and
among hiokcis Is duo. according to re
port to tlio fact that a hul of local
men, liiteiested In ouo of tho big agen
cies, have recently succeeded In no
goilillng a loan r a largo amount to
imy in mo siock ami now figuring
that It litis gone to bed-iock, uio pur
cliatlng largo blocks-.
This story Is homo out by tho trail
ing. Yesterday tho stock showed
iimikcd activity and today lis soiling
Is tho feature. It Is changing liamU
In goodly blocks and most of this, ro-poit-suys,
Is bid fit Tor tho hul. Moro
than a thousand slmics luvo chnnged
litiiids In two dnys and tho stock still
continues to enmo from cover. Tho re
sult has been to foico If hi price up u
eiiiai ttr of n point, and the Inst sale
today was at 25'i.
, ' , Tho market tunny was cpilto brisk,
all hough tho announcement of nu ox
peclod cut In Ononiea dividends
thicw n llttlo gloom over tho situa
tion. Ononiea was cut from a fitly
cent monthly dividend to a thirty-cent
dividend. As early icipoits Indicated
n heavier cut, tho announcement was
homo thing of a idler, ami It Is ex
pect oil that tho thlity-cent system will
continue tlirouglioul next year.
Local, biokors think Hint hoveral
htocks will bo nffected by the vigor
ous local opiMiHltlon to tho Knil illlch
hill Hint John T. McCrossoii Is fnthci-
were engaged In flghllug the flames,
were pinned under a wooden awning
b tlio railing of a wall or tliu build
ing and were roasted to death before
aid could reach them or drive back
the lire. Kilty moro people wcro In
jured,. A million and a half dollars' worth
or piopcity, mvEtly that of tlio pack.
Ing company, was destroyed.
walcr In tins to bo rccovored when
theio was no diingor of discovery.
Iho opium Investigations nro being
continued with unab'iled vigor by I'.
8. Attorney Itieckons and Collector
or tho Toil Stiicknblo but tho Walklkl
duck ismds would seem to bo tli
Inst placo to search Tor tho contra
V. S. Conimliislonor (Icorgo Davis
this moinlng committed Yeo Song lo
tho custody or V. S. Marsh.it llcudry
III ilcriult or $1.1100 ball. Tho Chlneso
Is chnrged with concenllug opium ami
wns arrested Inst night.
Supervisor-elect Gets Senti
ment to Swing for Chair
manship He Wants.
Supcrvltor-elcct IJboii Low is not
letting any glass glow under his
chairmanship or tho roads commit
tee. Following tho results of tho
raiiLUH by tho fclx Btipervlsois, whonl
Sam Dwlght wns mimed for Die
I chairmanship instead of Low tho
lnlter got busy with local business
men nnd now has a long list or en
dorsements. Tho nthor hupenvlborB claimed Hint
Low wns not nceeptnblo to local biiB
lliers men and further that tho Filth
Dlstilct ought to get tho chairman
ship, us It needs good roads most.
Tho flvo supervisors nro standing
pat, while Low is getting Bontlmont
lined mi In his fnvnr. Pressure Is
being brought on Dwlght to refusal
tho chairmanship of tho roads com-
mlttpo and lot Inw havo it, but If,
Dwlght stands pirt, there will bo,
little chance for Low.
a s. ,: a (i .; 4 .j. .;. .s. ,:, $ .;. s. $
Ing In Congress. Hutchinson planta
tion was to ho supplied with walcr,
from this ditch ami made Into ouo of
tho biggest sugar pioducors on tho sl-
I nnd, mid McCrosson planned lo silppl)
cither plantations also. Opposition to'
tho digging ot tho big ditch nccciid
Ing to Ids plans mny dofout Iho scheme
'for Iho development of Hutchinson.
1 1'pndlug further ncllon, tlio stock Is
FADES. HONOLULU, TEMUTOIIY
FDR NFXT TWI1
Rcpublican Leaders Plan the
Opcniny of Permanent
Hernbllcnn loaders aio planning to
establish headquarters 'in Honolulu tor
tliu next two jc-irs, with a manager
In charge to hold together tlio party
organization In Iho political doldrums
between elections. The phut has nl
icacly been bronchod to a number of
pally supporters and to business man
mid has mot with hearty support.
It Is p'.inued to upon an olllce In
ono of tho lncstl business blocks, or to
occupy tho pie.'cnt 'county central
cniumlltoo ofUco In Iho .ludd lluSldlng,
to put a capable nmn nt tho hend of
t. who will carry out a definite po
licy of holding tho party logother and
of preserving harmony among tho fac
tious that nro likely in spring up nt
any time. Ho will have tho advice of
tho prominent parly men mid will bo
called upon to keep In touch with men
surcs In tho local leglslatuio as well
as with tho county and precinct or
ganizations. Tho reason for such a movo Is ob
vious. At Iho beginning offtvery cam
p.ilgu both tho Teirltorluliuid Count v
Central Committees havo found their
political forces In n moio or less chao
tic condition, and It has been ncces
saiy to start In and build from tho
bottom each jcar. Tho work of or
ganizing tho precincts and getting nil
Into tho harness pulling together has
laken half of Iho campaign.
Developments In politics during the
last campaign niacin It plain that In
tho future each County Is likely to
rim Us own campaign moio mid moro
mid with all of tlicsu things In mind,
tho llepubtlcnns believe tho establish
ment of a hcadipiaitcrs Is tlio part
of wisdom, They nro now discussing
a siillahlo man for tho Job, and while
i-cvornl mimes havo been mentioned
none has been settled upon.
Japanese Now Dead Not Vic
tim of Kawatomara's
In throwing n bottle that struck
Tailklchi Kawanitirn nnd boon after
caused Ills death, Kawatomara, who
Is alleged to have sent tho missile
on Its deadly mission, stnted before
Coroner Chnrles Roso unci u Jury that
ho hud aimed to strike another .Ias
aiioBo who was among thoso present
at a dinner given by u party ol
Tho coroner's Jury llbtciied to tho
testimony of flvo witnesses at u cnll
cd session held last evening.
Tho Jnpaneso has been tilaced un
der nrrest with a chnrgo of murder
hooked against his name. Whether
tho chnrgo of manslaughter will bn
substituted will depend upon tho Im
pel t of testimony deduced at tho In
quest. Tho feast was being hold nt tho
Ah Leung building, In Kuknakn, iiud
It Is claimed that during tho prog
less of tho meal statements were
made that wero objected to by Kn
watomara, with tho result Hint nu
empty beor bottle wns thrown with
DISMISS LAND FRAUD
SUITS IN PORTLAND
rKiK-clal II ii I let In Cable 1
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee. 22. Tho
government has dlFinlsbcd tho land
fraud suits pending against Dinger
Hermnnn fnimor eominlsslonpr of
tho lnnd' olllce hPie, chnrged with
complicity In Oiegon land frauds.
Xmas ads create Xmas
OF HAWAII. THURSDAY DECEMBER 22. 1910. 1-1 PAGES.
Irish Leader Spent American Hnrvf Apf T C c
Dollars And Won In ElectionT I ULtSl IU UU
KF& i - 3f -?7CtHJr. WtL TiVi r3i i
. v'HKJl , iti!MsVs4stfGsVr .SHIBsV . i!C ssssV.
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LONDON, Dec 22. Returns fruni
the general elections, which havo
Just closed, show to what good effect
tho Irish leader, John Redmond,
cfieut tho money raised on tho tour
of America that Connor, Devlin,
llovlo nnd Redmond himself mado
a few months ago, William O'llrleu,
like Redmond, Is a Home Ruler, but
was opposed to any nliunco with tho
LIHPSKl, (iermniiy. Do-. 22.
Captain Ticnch and Lieutenant
Ilramlon of tho British army wero
today beiitciiced to tour yew a' Im
prisonment tor spying on German
fortifications. Tho affair has caused
Intense excitement both lu Lugllsh
and German military nnd diplomatic
AHncl.itl Press CaMu.l
LOS ANTiLLCS, Dec 22.- Aviator
I.iitheni today went duck -hunting In
ills nciopluun, ocr waters near here
where ducks congregate. Chasing
tho waterfowl In Ills swift aero
plane, ho killed one ami crippled
sen era I others. It was a novel sight
and witnessed by many spectators.
Health Inspector Tioveneu has been
sent to Maul to assist tho authorities
In tho work against the diphtheria
NOTICE TO "ADVERTISERS
Advoiiislug mpy for after-
Christmas advertising should bo
sent at once to the llulletln.
It will ho almost Impossible to
luiikn nil changes of advertise- !
inents on Tuesday, December 27,
imlcsR the llulletln patrons
aro prompt In liirulshlug !
wants that Xmas stocks can fill
John Redmond Got Fund of
$70,000 From United
Liberals, and was given ncttvo
Unionist support by Lord Duuraveii
and other landlords.
Redmond hns rc'cotvcil moro than
$70,000 fmm America to spend In
tho campaign. It was cabled by the
national treasurer of tho United
League of America, J. T. It. l-'ltipat-rl
k or llostmi, to tho national treas
urer in Ireland. The big majority
that that coalition p.nty got nt tho
polls over tliu Unionists shows that
the money wag woll spent.
Warring Factions In Native
Church Get Together
Pcaco and harmony prevailed at
tho meeting nt thcj Kuwnlahnoltcs
last night In tho regular assembly
room or tho church. A commlttco
of boveii members, to select the mem
bers to make up tho hoard of truB
tees or Kawntnhno church, wan up
pointed. Within flvo minutes after
I lie nieetliiir bad been called to order
tho discussion legardlng tho board
of trustees was at nu end.
Previous to tho oponlng ot tho
meeting It was thought Hint a row
would hrenk out, but, contrary to
expectation, nil was serene. Rev,
II. II. Parker, pastor of tho church,
Ono of the mpinbors aroso to oh
Ject to a ruling of tho presiding of.
Ilrer, hut ho wus Informed Hint ho
bad no business to oxpress his views.
us ho was tint n member of good
standing in the church. Ho Bat
Rev. Mr. Parker appointed K, K.
Llllkalanl, .1. Kiiuhnmt, Mrs. C. S.
ilnllnwny, Mrs. J. Ilowors, John Kll.
Keoliokll and Kiiliinhala a commllt
teo to felpct mcniberB of good stniul
lug in tho cliurrh to art as a board
of trustees. Their names, howovor,
will havo to ho approved by tho
church before they can be recognized
us the board.
II redo questioned tho eligibility of
Keohokll to ho a member of tho com
mittee, as ho Is not a member of Kn
wiilahiio church. Keohokll was ask.
ed about tho mnttor, hut ns no re
spnnso wns heard to the contrary, no
further comments wcro heard from
Tho committee- will meet somo
time In January to soleet the mem
bers to servo on the hoard. Their
names will ho submitted to the
church, however, for approval. Rev.
Mr. Parker, tho pastor, stnted that
If time permits ho will attend the
conference t tho committee.
Resolutions Against M'Crosson'sJ
"Grab" Bills Will Be
Itcsolvcd, That the Honolulu Clamber or Coinincrro deprrratea' the
practipo of presenting to Congress bills relating to local affairs in Hawaii
without opportunity first being afforded for full public dlscusBlonot
such measures In this Territory.
Resolved, That whereas there aro now pending before Congress two
bills relating to Irrigation ami tho disposition of public lauds nnd wa
ter rights In Hip Tenltory ot Hawaii, tlio specific titles of which bllis
nre not now available, which hills
Hawaii, ami which have nut been subject to local consideration or dis
cussion; therefore, Congress is rospo tfu I) requested to not pars Bald
Resolved, That topics of this rcrolutloti bo sent to tho I'rcsliicnUot
tho United States, to the Secretary of ihc Interior, to the presiding otllcei
mid the chairman ot the Commutes nu Territories of tho Scnato and ot
the IIoiibo ot Representatives, and t- our Delegate to Congrees. Resolu
tions passed by the Chnmhcr of Commerce yesterday. jr
"I'll say right now that I'm oppofed to such IiIIIb and agree with,"
jou gentlemen on this point. You n pd'not bo alarmed that they will
pass. Congressmen arc not fools. What you want to do Ig to make
your protect unci stick to it." Dolointo Kiihlo to tho Chamber of Com-
Declaring tho "McCrosfon bills"
wrong in prlnclplo anil n menace to.uccn first given a lull ami impartial!
the Territory or Hawaii, Jho Chnm
her of Commcrco jestorday went on
record iignnt tho hills, against tho,
milliner in which mcuroKsciii biiiiiu-
ed them Into Congress, ami against
That tho volume of travel In Ha
waii for tho next few months will
ho so great that special provision
must bo mado hero to caro for It Is
tho report of Secrctnry II. P. Wood
to tho Promotion Commlttco today.
Secretary Wood declares Hint there
promises to ho a shortage in small
cottages. In his report ho says:
"The Inst word received from San
Kranclhco Is to the otTcet that trav
elers planning trips to Hawaii nrs(
finding great dllllculty In securing
bookings at any tlmo within tho
next threo months. With this large,
ly Increased travel comes a demand
for furnished cottages; Blmplo Inex
pensive structures will meet tho
wants ot tho stranger who Is anxious
to make his homo In Hawaii for sev
eral months each year. Upon In
quiry, wo find Hint thosa of our cit
izens known to have furnUhed cot
tages which they occasionally rent
lire beselged with applications fnr tho
fcame. An effort should bo put forth
to Interest capital In tho erection ol
BY ONE POINT
Scored 289 Points on Range
at Fort Shatter This
This morning at Fort Shaftor tho
rlflo team of II Company of tho 20th j
ucin I fin khoot on 200 nnd f.00 vurdl
I ranges, the total of this team being.
280 Hiliits, (1 company running a closo'
second being but one point lower lu
1.' xumiium- alcwi.l till nt ullli "73
I - ' ' i
IKilnts and i: company fourth with!
1 Tho men composing the teams In
i today's shoot wero;
COMPANY H WINS
Merchant! who talk about honest
poods in an honest, interesting way,
in the advertising columns of the
BULLETIN, seldom have slack timet.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
vitally nlfcct the public Interests oC
nny bills lnCrulgrcs8 whl'fti havonoti
hearing In tho Territory.
Tho chamber's uttltiido wns mnclaj
manifest In tho passing nt n resolu-J
iioii cuiiiiciuiiiiig mu .ticirussuu oiiisi
fContinued on Pace 7.
FOR TOURISTS, IS REPORT
from tw only-five to fifty cottages fori
this season's travel, If posslblo.j
While ninety per cent, of our vlsltAj
ors will prefer to patronize hotelstj
nnd bo.irdliig-liuiiscs, the, wnnts ofX
mo ciiuer nvo or leu per com. biiouiu
ho provided for. It Is this clnR3,4n
tact, that wo should especially eu-'J
deavor to emourago coming to Ha
waii, New Hotel Needed.
"Tho time Is at hand also for thos
construction of a small hotel cmTan-'
talus of at some other desirable point I
at an elevation of, say, from six bun
dled to ono thousand feet. This j
would afford an agreeable change J
from sea level which would bo up- .
predated by tho stranger and our .
own people alike.
"Tho returns from our mailing '
card, ('Winter Sports lu Hawaii,' aro'l
most satisfactory. Thoso wcro sent'.a
largely to bank cashiers, as repre
senting a elnss lu closo touch with
those able to travel. Ily tho last H
("Continued on Paire 7.)
R company First Sergeant Hiitcli'J
Inson, CorHiral Minks mid Privates'.
Sleffy nnd lxgan.
F company Sergeant Simons, Cor-f
iKirni Splcer. Musician Drows undi?
Pllvate Oldstnilt. '
(! company Sergeants MIIpb
Nichols and Corporals IJooth
II company First Sergeant Clnr,
Scrgeiiuls McCall and Dcmoru nndi
During tho afternoon tho two cun-,H
eluding events or tho meet aro being i
held, n soccer guinu and bowling tour-
LOYAL FORCES IN
MEXICO IN DANGER
(Six-rial llulletln CnhM ..
Kij i'asu, rex,, nee, 22. Aiiottier
defeat of u Mexltan government de
tnchment Is reported. General S-i
vnrio, who Is Burrounded by rebels
In Chihuahua, with his forces, 'Is
blunt of food and u battle Is-lm
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