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Ti!ii)o Muni .... December
ESTABLISHED 1082. NO. 4811.
Be Fake Bunch
Planters To Investigate Possi
bility That They Were
The possibility Hint 1'lllplmi limn!
Krnnln linvo practiced a irmnrknhle
fiaiiil mi Ilio Sugar Planters' Assocla
linn which bioiight Ihcni hero at a
big expense Is Just now stilling the
pkinteis ilcoiily. When Royal 1).
Mead, director of the plantei h" labor
bin can nrilves here Filduy. he may
hae iiiino tmulilo In explaining why
Ilio laborers hu has Rent hero have
been such as to call forth the wrath
not only of Immigration Commission-
er Kci'fe, but of the planters iih well,
I no ri ami suspected Is Hint tho the planters' labor bureau, said this
Filipinos that havo arrived are not morning that ho had definite
in nil cases those that wore nant by grounds for suspecting n substitution
Agents Mead l'liikliain and Steven in only one case. Advices from tho
finni tho I'hlllppluo Islands. Whether agents wpio (o thn effect that one
such Is tho case ami Just how tho"ninii had turned bnek n Hongkong
fiaud wax nccompllxhed Is wlial the
plauleiH want to find on'.
Tho last shipment of laborers from
Agiilnnldn's leal inn arrived hero on
lh Mongolia last Friday, one hundred
and eleven, and mot- or them, It Is
reported, are unable to worX, some of
them III two women practically blind,
mid none of them nt for plantation
hinds. They were shipped from Ma
nila to Hongkong mid trins-xhlpped
nt Hongkong to tho Mongolia.
"The way I can necount for xtich n
lot of Immigrants ns thexo In tint
they nro not tho ones our ngonts xn-
FREAR SAYS IT
l'f,t-ita nf nlit.ilttitlr nrll (Msm 11M1I
winning were wilced by Governor
Krear this uiornlng ns a lesult of his
visit to tlie .liiarantinc station yehtcr-,
day iifli'inoon for the p'.i .oxe of In-'
spoiling the Filipinos there, detained. '
The precautions mi fur taken by tho
I'lanlers' Association to prevent tho
bringing of undesirable and diseased
Filipinos are plainly Imideqiiate, In
the oponlnu of the Territorial chief
executive, for he declared this morn
ing Hint ninny of tho people now do
talneil In ipiarantluo are afflicted with
diseases that make them u positive
iiienuee to the community
'pomethliig inoro cffcctlte than tho
inellioils so far pursued must bo
ndoptod," declared tho (Inventor. "Tho
condition Is a serious one, particular
ly so In view of tho fact that the epi
demics on Maul have boon traced di
rectly to the Filipinos "
Tho (lovernor declared that the
WILL BE LEFT TO ACTION
BY THE NEXT LEGISLATURE
Tho plan for establishing a central
miiikelliig depot In Honolulu with nil i
oxperleuccd siipeiinloiidcnt In charge
,l!,s Un'n U'M "" nl.HiMlrine.t 1'yrmiH,,lluullcl,, ,,0 ll(.,llnI cauying i
tjineinor I'lonr and lho members nf 0r tho plan has been postHined fiom
Ilio ciminilsxlon liming In cluirgo tlio tlmu to time until the Oovernor and
expending of tho conservation rmiil intniilicrH of thn commission luno now
onofouilli or tho xpeclal coiporallon
liieonio tax luisruil liy tho I.eglslatiiio
"f llina. I
Governor Firm stilled this nioiuliig!
Hint It whs tho oilglual Intention to,
put tho cent nil jiiaikctlug plan Into
operation so II could bo given u prac
tical dial bcfoie tho 11)11 U'glslaluio
ciuiviiioil In I'Vliiiinry, tho Idea being
llllll thu l.cglslalilio would be nhlo
In Inxu Its filtuio acllon on practical
oxpctli'itco ciiirieil out mi nil econo
mical i .1 it ti hut of siilllelent extent In
lest Ilio Ki'imnil prlnclplu Involved. ' '
Tlio original plan imh been livid In' Amerlcitn grain viilued nt 1100,000,
iilieyiuicp owIiib tlio Inability In llnd 000 U ilutiiurcilby nils niiiiinilly.
leeteil," was the ileel.iiatlon nimle this
morning by n. Faxon Jllshnp. chair
man of Ilio labor commltleo of Ilio
Planters' Association, ".hint how unlit
lal'orctB coiibl have stiliitlliited them
selves for the ones Hint should hao
been sent ll Ik lininsxlble to say.
"At any nile. when .Mend gets hero
on the Tcnyo Mm n tonionow. we will
Hint out light away how thin lot hap
pened to bo Rent to lliwnll. Certainly
there will be explanations of somo
V. II. Rnhbltt nsslstant director of
mid not been tililpix'cl on the Mongo.
liaf while tho Mongolia's records show
that this man died enroule and wai
bulled nl rca It Is possible that t
substitution was attempted In this
,,,'.,. ,. .. ., ., . .. ...
v.ui in,' Misnuril lllill lliu Slllisii-
tlltlnn u-m. Mlreoaxrnllf nfforln.l In
111 to nntin nt Ian. tl.n nl nn ll... t 11
" , '",', " '"" "-"'
:-,i'. :: c;'" "'"irr,1:"- xim,
. ...,..... w ,... .v. iMr.ni uiu i(ui v, hi
another would reqiilro the exchange
of n numbered wrlRt bingln used by
the agents to designate tho Immi
grants. MUST STOP
I'tfinlnpu Ancriflntlnn n.,,,1.1 n... I...
charged with desiring to bring tmile-1
xlrables Into the country but added
(liat some more ulllclent means must
be put Into operation to prolecflhe
health of the community.
Governor Fiear staled that about
four of the persons detained lit the
(tiai amino station nro Idiots. There
mo several girls about thirteen jears,
nf lien nlld 11 ll.llllliiit- nf tlin nw.n nm '
nllllcted with contugloiis and
Tho only explanation for tho bring
ing of tliexe peoplo to tho Territory,
In tho opinion of Oovernor Fiear, is
Hint substitution bus been practiced
at Manila because he does not believe
It possible that some of tho people
detained lit quarantine were passed
by thn agents nl the Hawaiian I'lanl
ers' Association who mo leeriiitlng
labor nt Manila
. a iiiiiu who was consldoicil us having
. ' ptllillf'li nvliin Iniint nn Ifiltilin' In u'ni.
I unit nppolntmciit ns siipeilutoiident of
llll lllllitl,, mill 1iillllir ili.iuil a ..
decided that It would bo belter leavoj
n,0 ontlro nialtcr for tho conxlderalloii
and acllon of tho next Lcglxluturo. I
Ti,0 (;(lorniir reiuiilns a Btrong
innwrlor of the iihin of ostiibllshliig
ii central uiaiketliig depot for lho
henellt of tlio houiesteadors and Is ex
pected to use his inlluencn lowmd
fiiMiruhlo IcglshilUo action. I
'lltkcls nn Kit It- ul Hie Km
Tlii'iilcr fur Hie a I la I Ion nicii.
PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY
FACING ANOTHER REVOLT
Plot To Restore King Manuel
To Portuguese Throne Found
New Government of Republic Doubts
Loyalty of Army and Navy
Forces In Crisis .
(Associated l'rrsx Cable.)
I'AHIS, rr.ii.ee. Dee. 29. Advices lion ever slnie Manuel wan
rc-olvul hem from Lisbon stnto that
n deeply laid plot to restoro the
yciing Portuguese King,
Ilio throne from which he was lately
driven, has been d!(ocicd In LIs
Ijiiii bv tlio leaders of the Republi
ltuuiors of disaffection In the army
and navy hnc been current In Lls-
Bud Mars Won't
Take Up Ladies
Aviator Says Maneuvering
Around Moanalua Hills Is
''No aspiring joiing ladles or oth-
el 8 will bo taken up by llle III IllKlltS
lit I t I 111 ll II I M II '1 111 llllll Mnrd t ll O
- " . , ter of Interest, and toda a number
,,vli,,or-iw m,"",,,K at ' ,,Bf .-.-. .t , 8ee ,..o -
in ini.. n finns.Mnti fiR tn limv
.-,-.,, - .. -, - . liiiiii' iiii)r-t tni.iv Kiiii.il hivj iiivi.ii
many p.tx?ciiKCi he was golnt; to anlelalis are putting toRether ami
.mi). whl b will make Its first Might In
'M prbe for carrying passeiiRers this city.
Is the bundled dollars a tilp, but 1 The new machine belongs to Avl
would not take any hero for that ator Sclirhei- and has ttcvernl Ideas
money. Tho leaxon for this Is that of his own Incorporated In It, nl-
the Held Is too small and thu hills
rl l" aliruptly for safety In tak.
with mo in tho three
lllghts I shall make here,
Continuing. Miirs said Hint In New
York he e.nled thirty-two p.issen-. Inched to the large planes Instead
gers In two da vs. and because some of being hung between them,
weio carried farther tliiin thn otherB.I The"" machine measures thirty-two
the short -distance ones were sore and fret fiom wing to wing, which Is
It created trouble all mound. I several feet wider than the ordinary
(Irahamc-Whlte In tho 1'nst re-.Cintlss biplane.
'leuiiv cnrr.cil liasM-iiKum in u.,
lllghts nnd mado four thousand
lars In this wny In three days, wiilchj
IS SHAKEN BY
(Associated l'n-Hd Cable.)
ATHUNS, Greece, Dec. 29. A vlo
lent e.iilluiiuku hero wrecked many
buildings and damaged property
heavily. No lives nio reported lost,
The earthquake haa caused great
alarm among the inhabitants.
Monday will bo generally ;
leioglilned by tho depart- '.'
uieiits as a holiday, mlhorlng t
to tho piucedeiit estalillshcd ;.
'when tho public olllces weio '.
clOM'il Inst Monday. r
Governor Fiear slated this -r
liliirillliK Hint ho did not pirn-
nes thu power to ollUiully (
lirncliiliil Miniilny us a Imli- "'
day. hut added that It would
hu nlitorvuil ns was ClirUt- ''
Tlio Circuit Cunrts will lo
la felun on Tuesilny. '
q, .. ij l ifi ii i if. t t 'I l i i'
OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1010. 10 PAGES.
ami dilveti Into Kngllsh exile,
military is i.aturnlly disposed to fn-
'r a moiiaiehy, Iniisiuiirli an It makes
rxsuied the future of the army anil
nay. while the snclnllstfo tendency
i f the icpuhllc leaders Is against
large standing army and navy
forces. The government, state the
I.lsbo:, advices, doubts the loyalty of
the army and nnvj I
pocket-money cen for an
The hangar nt Moanalua Is a
..1.1.... i ...i !.-. ...i.ii. ti. ...,w.t.
though Its general construction 1st
iiIohr Curtlss lines.
Theio Is but one piano In front
Instead of two, as In the regular Cur
tlss machine, nnd the iileriuiB nro at-
aciiiMi-i ..in. urn uami-uium ui"
dol-Miusy In setting up the machine, but
(Continued on Pace 4.)
(AHsnclal.-d Pi.'sh Cabin )
NKW ORLEANS. La., Doc. 29.
It Is reporled hero that tho revolu
tion In Honduras broke out on
Christinas Dav. led by General Ilo
iillln. Fighting I ropnrtcd below
Cnpe Gracilis. Tho Hornet, n tlllbus-
terlng steanior, foimcrly n United
States gunboat. Is at Puerto Cortoz,
loaded with rllles mid nnimiinltlnn
for tho revolutionists, General Ho.
nllln is advancing on Cclbn, ono of
tho prlnilpal towi.s.
THIRTEEN IS NUMBER
OF EXPLOSION DEATHS
(Asaocl.llul I'K'Sf Cable )
MORKIIHAI) LAKi:. Mass,, Dec.
29. Thirteen peoplo were killed and
inaiiy others Injured heio today In
nn iixplnsoln of tho boiler of tho local
HAN I'ltANCIHOO. IK-n. S.
Meets: S8 llnAlyiU, KBr 11 l-2d.; inr
It y. aMo. I'rcyliiini iiioinilou, 8b,
Gives Publicity That Pays Merchants
.Chairman Cooper Wiil Hasten'
DrnnnrinlinM Cnn Mist UrFi i
rMJ"a ai,V" ' u,u
pihivj I IVIM I I cno ur
Direct Primary Bill to Bo Tak
en Up and Re-clraftccl, In
Accordance With Platform
In view of the pressing need for
preparation for the next Legislature,
Chairman Cooper of the Republican
Territorial Central Committee, will
call a meeting of the executive com
mittee next week. At this meeting It
Is expected ho will bo empoweied, ac
cording to usual custom, to nnnie a
legislative or "steering" committee
that will look after measures to couio
before the next legislature.
With practically a month ami a
jialf left, tho Republican momberx
elect and holdovers have all kinds of
work ahead of them. A number of
bills, which are called for In the Re
publican Territorial platform, are to
be drafted, and nil will renulro some
consideration, besides tho actual lab-
nr r preparation.
Chairman Cooper is now looking
con-Jnvcr rurlous direct primary bills. The
direct primary measure was re-af-llrmed
In the last Itepiibliciiu Terri
torial platfolin mid ns It has now
been a party measure for several
years. Chairman Cooper thinks It Is
up to the coming Legislature to keep
faith by enacting a law. The direct
primary plan Is rather Involved nnd
will tnke considerable work on a new
Tho school fund system, a.; reeom
lui'iiili'd hv the srbool fund commis
sion, Is to bs established on the
broad lines laid down by tho commix-
slon, and while li model net Is rec
ommended, the steeling committee
will take this up also. Then there
are numetoiis other territorial mat
ters that must be looked after.
The pluns for a permanent Repub
lican headquarters arc still pending
mid will be dellnltely announced with
the selection of a manager
demns Attempt to
Get Oahu Water Rights.
It took Just fifteen minutes for tho
Mci chants' Association lo go on rec
ord jesterday afternoon against the
bill Introduced In Congress for John
T. McCiosijoii, which grunts the lat
ter and his iifbo lutes water rights
on thu military icservatlon. Nor.
mini Watklns presented a lesolutlon
ngalust tho hill, nnd it was adopted
without a dissenting voto, having
been seconded liy V. M. Mcllierny.
President Ficd L. Wnldron presid
ed, mid tlio meeting whs piefniod by
ait unusual Incident. Thu Slur jos.
terduy afternoon In Its hist edition
printed ii purpoitcd account of tho
meeting which did not happen uiilll
an hour later. Tho resolution iro-
sented hv Mr. Watklns was.' also
iirlnled. Mr Wnldron exnliilned
Unit thn resolution had been given
to the 8tar us "advance copy," not
lo bo used until in lion had actually
been taken, and lhat tho Star had
abused that conlldence. Hu held
himself lespousllilo for thn occur
rence, ho said, but winked tho usw
elation tn know that It hud co j
HIIUJIl lliroilgll II orencil .11 l.lllll on
..i ...I i. i. t ,i. .. i. . . .til. , . ii
Ilio pari uf tho newspaper iiiun-
(Continued on Vast 4)
For Harbor Work
Be Constructed If Legis:
1 Improvement work lit the,
Terrltoilnl Kin eminent In the harbor
of Honolulu will be nsked from the,
next Legislature, tho li,ilf-inlllliin-
dollar appreciation to cover the cost
of construction of a modern wharf
Mnill.ir to the Alnkea-street wh.irt
and i:a of It.
The proposed wharf will bo mod
ern In every particular, the iiucbtlon
lemaliiliig to bo solved being wheth
er ll will lie wider than the present
Alake.i stteel wiitirf or narrower and
A portion of tho $000,000 that
Will he nsked from the Legislature
will bo used In the ilrcilslnir of an
additional slip nnd nn extcntlun of."1 '"ui.
the slips on Mtii'en street nnd tho
const met ll ll ul' a sea wall.
These Improvements, Superintend
ent of Public Works Campbell de-
claied this morning, were, absolute
ly essential In order to make Hono
lulu's bin her faculties adequate to
meet the ei wluu demands uf com-
ineice He stated that under ordi
nary clicunistnn es the Alakeu-street
wharf Is of siilllelent sl7o to accoin-
STOCKHOLBERS OF SUGAR .
TRUST SAFE EVEN THOUGH
IT SHOULD BE DISSOLVED
Stockholders of the Sugar Trust j
need huvo no le.tr uf heavy losses
thiough dissolution of the trust. One
of thu most interesting dociiuietits
mclilly Usueil Is that sent out by
lho tieasiirer of the trust and pub
lished ns follows lu Willett & Gray's
Sugar Journal for December S:
lu Case Sugar Tjust Should Ho
Dissolved Position of Stuckholdeis.
Tho question Is nbked, "What will
happen If the (ioveninicnt'B suit in
equliy aw Inst tlio American Sugar
Helloing Company Is successful?
Mr. Charles II. Allen, tieasiirer of
the American Sugar Refining Com
pany, has this to say In reply:
"Wo liuvo been advised by whut
we consider highest legal authority,
that our company Is In every respect
a legal organization nnd does nut
coiitiuveue tho Sliciinaii or tiny other
act. We have no deslio to violate
any law of thu laud, mid if tho courts
decide that wo me doing so we will,
without dcliij, take whatever action
Is no essary to place our affairs on
such a legal basis as shall bo beyond
"1 bellovo lu tho tendency iiovvu
ilajs Willi respect to all these gicat
corporations. Hint tluy should be
tieatcd as quasi public corporations
and tho largest publicity, consistent
with the proper management of their
affairs, should be given to tho pub
lic. Theie is no icasim why any
.olllcer of the company
the widest Investigation.
properl) ui.iiio, nor is mere navming.
so far lis 1 know. Ill tho manage-
ment of the company vvhlc h calls for
explanation or pcc.is to no touce.iieii.
roiton of the Stockholder in tho
Event of Dissolution.
"In tho uveiii of tho court order
ing the dissolution of tho American
Sugar Refilling Company.
Tho ninllngenrv of tlio dlswilu-
tin.. . . il,n iiiniiiiiiii. hiin'i nun i.r Klnin
nun ui uiu i.vMimii uiu,.w .,.
tluu of nn uniiiierprcicu unneu
I Stole slnliilo Ib hi remote Hint it im
Imrdl)' bo cniistiloriHl, lint If ucli n
juciciihiiis who uik aoout noncsr,
Roods in nn honest, interesting way,;
in the advertising columns of the
BULLETIN, seldom have slack times.
PRICE 5 0ENT8.
i m m.s
' Vi A a L-ao Wi
tun llin-ix of the Moncolla
at the Lame time, but declared
thai w hen a ship .Uncharges about
a: 00 inns of freight there Is llttlo"
room foi the accommodation of ad.
dltloiial height from n seiond ves
sel. It Is In this connection that
the problem nrli.es as to whether'tlm
new wharf shall bo designed longer
or wider thai, tho Alnkea-strqct
In addition to the $.',00,000 for
Honolulu, the Legislature, will ,b.i
asked to appropriate jSVnioif'fiVr
the colirtnicllim of the proposed now
w' 'rt at nl"l K0.000 or MA).-
alll f . H. I. . . l. '
'l ,r l"v "eqmiemuiii oi mo wnari
The sum of $80,000 will bo nsk4j
ed for the construction of n gbvorn-
nicut wharf nt Nnponpoo. subjoot,
however, to tho beginning nf "cpu
j.truitlon work by tho Ktina rin'il
Knn rallioad. A conference lias beeu
held by the representatives nt tho
Kona-Kau railroad and the West Ha
waii railroad whereby they havo
agreed to an equitable division or
rights on the proposed vvliaif.
rom-litslon slioulil lio reiic)icil nml tha
company should bo liquidated. I pre
sume the stockholdeis ofrthel-'cohi-
pany would have to no-opt from $13U
to $ir,il In cash In lieu of each shaYe
uf block they now hold In tho com
pany, such being practically the book
or liquidating valilo of tlio shares.jj,
"lly n slmplo coniiiitntInn from thri
figures illicitly In possession of thn
public, or such portion of It ns has
lined to Investigate tho subject, am
Is based upon tho actual figures from
tho lust general balance sheet certT? '
lied to by public accountants, tho
particular llgure being mado up In
"The cnpltnl stock of .the company
consists of $ I. ", OHO, 000 of picferred
slock and $ 1 5, 000, 000 of common
Blotk. In the statemont above re
feired to the asxels of the company
consisted of ie.il estnto and plants,
iniliidliig live active refineries mill
tvvo reflneiles held 111 reserve In caso
of iiiildent or lire, warehouses, cooji
eiages w halves stables, with um
bilici and equipment, at cost, lesi
(Continued on Page 5) ""
The celebrated Inn p orchestra of
the Fifty Cavalry, under t.iti direc
tion of Mr Robert (ioodlm;, bus con
seined to perform lit HiumVIuxiiiiiIi
Vpiiiik C'nfo this livening from OTC
o'clock, mid every BtWiiiKiiiliEirfli
nay. letiu nut ig llulr utunseuici 17H
ii. . i. .. . i ... ... ' I
ig llllll II IIOIII llll FMIUAIH),
nieilU or lluwii iict'oiiiplhilieil
dans urn loo well knowii liiiiici