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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5013.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUGAR ESTIMATE 30.000 TONS OVER RECORD
IntlmutloiiH from the Count that Ha
waiian pineapples muy bo placed under
."Mho sumo' bun that bus been declared
on ulllgtttur pears, papayas und other
fruits liuvo been received with deep
misgiving by local plncupplo men. So
strong luive tlio Intlrnutlons lately bo
i oino that the mutter U to bo brought
before the. Chamber of Commerce.
lTcsldcut Spalding of the chamber
Mild today that thu trustees will tako
the matter up at u meeting to be held
mi the second Wednesday In Septem
ber, the Ihlrtcapth. "The matter wus
brought to my attention by a promi
nent local plncupplo man," mi Id Mr.
Spalding today, "who said that there
was danger that the pines would bo
Mint out of the Coukt because of the
presence of the, Mediterranean fruit fly
here. It Is something that I feel the
chamber should tuka up. While plans
have not been made, the chamber, I
i-liould think, will Consider ptuclng the
'mutter before , tho Coast authorities. In
it fair light, so that If no uctuul dan
ger from plncupplo Importation exists,
ll ,titi tin ...tnf Imtfwl
"PlncapplcnrrehTiay tniltlio egg of,
the fruit lly can not hatch out or the1
young of tho fly, live In tho plneapplo
jimi'n, uiiii uini mu i'iuiui'ihii, mu ,iuy
u i.ourco of danger for Infection of the
Coast orchariia and orango groves. If
this Is tho fact. It should bo placed
, before the Coast pcoplo after It has
been established by local Investiga
According to nous from tho Coast,
the stato horticultural Inspector of Cal
ifornia has detailed nil entomologist,
K. K. Carncs, to como to tho Islands
. jintl look Into tho fruit fly ruvnges
.'resident Spalding said this morning
that thu chamber will cooperate with
this expert In every way and will en
deavor to provo to him that tho plnc
upplo will not carry tlo fruit lly to
the Coast, If this Is tho result of the
experiments with tho pest here.
Owing to 'the rough, choppy condition
of tho waters ott Diamond Head, tho
nfllcers of Fort linger hud to call a
halt in tho day's target practise, as
the splash mnde by tho cannon shells
could not be distinguished from tho
spray of tho whltecaps.,
Yesterday the small caliber gunsjn
sldo tho mortars wero Ifred at nn an
chored target, bul no record of hltH
was taken, tho tiring being mora to
test and regulate tho mechanism.
Today tho olllcers In chargo of prnc
llso wero In hopes of recording tho hits
tn sco how high an avcrugo they could
The James Mulceo was ordered to
rriiiso buck nnd forth within rnngo of
the mortars, towing a large target, but
toon after tho target approached "Dia
mond Head the sea became very rough
nnd threw largo whltecaps Into thonlr,
..which made It Impossible for tho gun
'""licrs to seo whero their shots went.
After tiring three times tho prnctlso
was called off and will bo continued
tomorrow. Should tho sea bo smooth
enough tn allow tho splash of tho shell
being seen, It Is believed tho records
will show n small percentage of misses,
llurglurs dynamited tho postolfico nt
Jefferson, N. II., and secured $2000,
Polygamy no longer Is practised by
Mormons, und tho man who Is caught
taking a plural wlfo Is promptly ex
lommunlcated, said Joseph Smith, ven
erable president of tho Mormon church.
In an Interview In Washington, D. C.
Latest revised figures on tho sugar
crop for tho Hawaiian Islands show,
that Iho record of 635,156 tons set
two years ago will be broken this
year even more than was estimated
two weeks ago, when the I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n
published tho mllniutes to that tlmo.
According to Die latest figures Ihli
year's crop will reach tho enormous
total of 505,000 tons.
Moreover, If tho remainder of tills
year's crop gels to market at prices
averaging 4.92 cents, four million dol
lars more for sugar will bo received
by Hawaiian planters this jctir than
last, accoidlug to tho figuring or Mali
nger A. M. Nowcll, nt the Sugar Fac
Manager Nowcll today' made tho es
timate that tho Factors' Association
will handlo 15,000 tons this year,
which Is an Increase oor tho esti
mates of somo weeks ago. Last year
thoi Sugar Factors' handled clghty
thrco and a fraction per cent of Iho
total sugar output of the Islands, Ttio
est of tho crop Is hnndled through
tho brewer agency. Last eor the
plantations whose crop goes to thu
market through tho Drawer agency
Three meetings havo been hold by,
tho special Joint committee, ot tho'
Chamber of Commerce and Merchants'
Association, -named to Investigate tho
proposed rules of tho hurbor commis
sion for handling freight on local
whurves. As a result of the activity
shown by this committee, thu rules
nro largely formulated, and will bo
finished In plenty of time to report at
i Joint mectliu; of Iho two commer
cial bodies next Tuesday afternoon,
In advance of tho roport, nicmlicis
of tlio committee havo little to say
us to their recommendations, hut It
nay hg. stated on (rood authority that
among them v ill no a regulation
placing five umdrcd V,ns ''""' '" "10 " wttH "tatPit by a memhsr of thu
nmount of domestic freight that, must committee today that tho harbor com
bo .handled from tho wharf. mission's authority and Its Ideas will
This matter'of handling freight bo given .every consideration, but that
from the w'hai'ves has proved tho the regulations as Proposed aro en-
knottiest problem that tho commltteo
hud to tackle, Tho harbor cominls-
blon'a proK)scd rules hud a provision
that domestic Irelght must bo moved
from n wharf within threo days after
Chairman A. D. Cooper of tho oxec-
utivo commltteo of the ttcpuhllcun tcr -
rltorlul central commltUu has culled u
meeting of the committee at 12 o'clock
noon tomoriow to consider tho' up
polntment of h superintendent of mar
keting, tho position crented by net of
tho lust Legislature In reorganizing tho
board of Immigration.
Two names are now prominently
mentioned as for Indorsement Jured
(1. Smith, fnrmir director of tho Fed
eral experiment station here, and Wul-
SflAW MENTIONED FOR NEWPQSITION
ter l:. rihnw, . Mr. Shaw's numo linsjfnrnlau, although ho Is admitted to bo
been brought forward only recently. As an oxpert.
If In tho course of your work nbout,
the garden you should happen to como
across n bug, by tho numo of Stuphyll-
mld.ie, you peed not get excited und
ring up for Illll Jarrett to send tho
patiol wagon along. The members of
tite Stuphyllmldao family are uutto
harmless nnd can bo trained to do all
torts of gentle tricks.
produced approximately 90,000 tons,
Ltid It Is estimated that they will cer
tainly reach that figure this year, so
tho totnl of 505,000 tons is bcllovcil
to bo a conservative estimate.
Of this amount, n very largo jsjr
ccntagc la going In with sugar at a
high price. "Five-cent sugar" Is prac
tically a reality now, and 117,000 tons
Is still to reach tho market through
tho Sugar Factors. Tlireo big con
signments havo reached ' tho market
with Biigar at 4.9925, Its present fig
tirc Those three- aro the cargo of
the ship Edward Bowall, 5,530 'tuns;
half of tho Alaskan's cargo,
wan split nt Toliunntopoc, which
makes 3,200 Ions nioro; and tho Wll
holmlna's cargo of .1,200 tons.
The first hnlf of tho cargo of the
Arlznnau. Is duo at tho mirkct by noxl
Monday, about 8.000 tons, and tho
bark It. P. Illthct, which left hero on
July 22, with 600 Ions, is still to reach
With sugar still on tho rfso and a
big percent a go of tho Hawaiian crop
marketed late In Iho season, prosper
ity Is being spelled In larger and
larger letters at" tho end of tho sea
son comes near- 3 - if t
the vessel hail finished dlsclrirgln
tho freight. When tho commercial
bodies held their point meeting fast
Tuesday to consider theeo provisions,
every -shipping, steamship and mer
cantile man present declared that this
provision Is entirely too drastic and
that the locnl whurves are too iniutc
r.uittc to .permit freight to bo hanillol
so expeditiously. Twelve days In
stead of three was .nrnnoHcd, und fin-
ully tho cntlro matter was left to tho
A-llYe-huililioil-toil-H-ilny basis would
ttrlko u medium between Iho plans
of Iho rommlsslon anil, tlio moro radl
cul wishes expressed by business men
tlrely loo stringent, 'in fact, Ihq rec-
ommondatlons of the special commit
toes are expected to ho much nt vnrl-
nnro with the commission proposod
u successful furmer und enno grower
.of Ilniui, Maul, he proved his ability
and bus some. supporters; It Is said, on
tho central committee. Jured Smith Is
ulso Nil one on the committee.
Although tho name of H. T. Starrett,
tho small;furmlng expert of California,
has been mentioned, ho dlib not seem
today to havo much support among
members of tho committee. It Is stated
that If 11 local man -can bo secured
who bus the necessary fiuallllciitlons,
no reason exists for getting thu Cull-
ARE LOOSE NOW
Onu of tho best stunts they uro said
tn pull olt Is to rhusu tho wily Medl
trrrancuii fruit lly and muKo life 1111-
bearable for It, Kntomnlnglst H M
niirhorn heard of this on tho Coast
whrro ho Is looking for 11 fruit lly par
unite, and sent 11 couple of hundred of
them across. Acting Chief nntomolo
(Continued on Page 3) -
'(Associated Press Tabid
LISBON, Port, Aug. 24. The con
stituent assembly today elected Manuel
d'Arriaga first president of the Repub
Ho of Portugal. I
Manuel d'Arrlaga Is it; distinguished
Portuguese lender. lip enmo Into
prominence ns u membeq of the group
of stntcsinen nnd educator who took
over the reins or government after
King Manuel '-was deposed a few
LOSES HIS JOB
(Hpcclnt Ilu I let IlltC'iM".)
NEW ORLEANS,, Laj Aug. 24 It
is reported that President Diaz of Nic
aragua has retired In fayor of General
SON ACCUSED OF
"'" 'f Associated Pris Cable.!
BOONyiLLE, Ind., Aug. 24. Rich-
aea Le. this u,If and mil w.p faiinrl
murderid, here today. 'An elderSon Is
aceiised'of the crime.
FRIEND OF DR. WILEY i
tHEADS PURE FOOD BODY
I AKHocluted Prss Cahle.)
DULUTH, Minn., Aug. 24 Lucius
Brown, a friend of Dr. Harvey W,
Wiley of the Federal bureau of chemls-t
try, was today elected president of the
national gpure food association.
PRESIDENT IS RESTING
AFTER HARD SESSION
QEVERLY, Mum., Aug. ,23 Pr.
rfan( "Talk la harm 4nrliv. raatlnn ( hi
summor home after the hard extra
FIRE IN NEVADA MINE' '
(Associated Prrsa Catils.)
ELY, Ney Aug, 24. Seven, men are
dead and three injured as the result
of a fir In the shaft of the Qiroux
Consolidated mine. '
EAGLES FLAP WINGS.
IN 'FRISCO PARADE
f AHSocffttrd Press Catile.) i
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Aug. 24.
Four thousand members of the Fra.
ternal Order of ..Eagles, in convention
here, took part in a monster parade to
Tompcraturos 6 n. 111,, 70; 8 a. in.
78; 10 a. m 79; noon, 81; morning
minimum, 74. s
nitrometer, 8 a. in., 2U.9S; nbsoltito
humidity, 8 n. m., 6.471 grnlns per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.;
03 per cent; dow point, 8 u.'m., CI.
Wind C n. m., velocity 9, direction
N, K.; 8 a. m velocity fi, dlroctlon K.;
10 a. m.. velocity 9, direction N. K.;
noon, velocity 7, direction K.
Italnfatl during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Tntrtl wind movement during 21
hours onded at noon, 220 miles.
The Justices of both tho Supremo
und Superior courts of Massachusetts
had their salaries Increased nbout 25
per cent through tho signature of tho.tbo city of Honolulu Is predicted by
j governor to 11 new salary bill,
TO LEAVE SENATE
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special II u 1 1 e 1 1 u Conespi'iidenee.
WA8IIINUTON, I). C, August 11.
Tho suspension of taking testimony In
the Lorlmor caso until next October
ihas afforded temporary relief to all
i i i if I i
DIDS OPENED FOR
. "TRUCKS; DECISION DEFERRED
An Initial step towards Increasing with unusual Interest tn local auto
tho enicleuey of thu Honolulu Fire Do- mobile circles. A delegation from
partmcnl was taken
at noon today,
when tendeis submlttod by a iiumbor Tho von llnium-Youiig Company of
nf local repiehontatlves of motor drlv-J fcrod ono Pope-llartrord chcmleal at
en fire apparatus were present ul tliu $5750, and two machines nt $11,500.
"City hall" und 11w.1l oil the opening Tho same firm stands ready to siipplj
of bids. I ono Packard chemical nt $5255 anil
Tho von Hiimm-Youug Company, ap' two machines nt $10,511.
agents for thu Packard chemical fire Tho Honolulu lion Works orfoieil
engine wero the lowest bidders' on a onq Seagrave Chemical, four cylinder
niHhiu llliltilHIV, ill mivikuvib u MV
ses-.'oard were protein savc'Stiporvlsor
Amann. At thu conclusion ot a brief
consideration of Iho bids, It was do
cldcd' to loavo the matter ot a dec!
slon ns to tho relative merits of tho
miichlncs to tho members of tho Flro',
Committee, acting In conjunction with j
Flro Chief Thurston.
Tho opening of bids wan attended!
AUGUST WILL DE
llulldlugs planned, contracted und of the same month it year ago by a
under construction this month will exj- substantial figure.
ceed In vuluu by severnl thousand dol- Among recent penults Issued by In
lurs tho total of all slmjlur work dune, vpactor Mleldslcln lira tho following:
during tho month of July, uccordlnij to ClKrk Farm Co. Puwuu, Clullck
tho figure now .at baud lit tho oltlco tract, Heretiinla street; dwelling; 11000.
of llulldliig and Plumbing Inspector. Mrs. Mary t". Woods Collego street;
Mlehlstelu dwelllng; $3500.
Permits Issued for August at -the Hnwnllau Pol Factory I.llllin street;
close of business yesterday gave tbq ,28x66 feet; building; cement und gal
tiitul value of new work ot $81,2110, vnnlred Iron; $2500.
wlillo repairs conleinplated so fur will John Frank Jack bine; dwelling;
foot up to $5'Jli,j.".. '$1460.
The estlmatid cost of all new bulld- H, M, Low rcy Prospect street; rus
lugs .culled for In permltH Issued at tho 0 dwelling, eight rooms; $5000,
olllce of Ibi! building und plumbing In- John II. Wilson 13th nveniie; -llve-
ipector for the mouth of July, totaled
7L'JMi, leaving $G31 In fuvor of but
iweuty-tbreo days for the precit
month. ' jj
Kalmukl, Palolo Hill, pollego lfllls
nnd Mnnou Valley uro represented In
the long list of applicants for building
A number of store buildings nro con.,
lemplated Judging from applications
received nnd uppioei. One or two
lather pretentious Htructures for nous-
lug local manufacturing Industries uru
now In course of erection
The August record for building In
llocal contractors us far exceeding that
.thoso Senators whoso continuance In
'public life is Jeopardized by their
roics iui ins cxtiiieriiiiuu uini miticn.
It gives time for them to frame up
npproprhtto "explanations and find ex
cuses for changing their position
when tho mutter again comes to it
It Is admitted that the testimony
thus far taken docs not Indicate that
Mr. Lorlmor knew money was being
corruptly used for his election. It is
even stronger In thnt respect than
the evidence accumulated during tho
first Inquiry by the Senate Commltleo
on Privileges nnd Elections. A num
ber of stnr witnesses testllled Hint
they had lied In their former hearings.
The result of tlio investigation will
linvo no effect on the tliuil outcome
Senator !.orlmcr Is slated for exclu
sion, und nothing can be said or done
to change tho result. Tho complexion
of tho Senate' wan so changed by tho
elections of last November ns to
transform the .nrlincr majority Into
a minority. Ilo was retained In his
seat by a vote of 46 to 40. Incoming
Progressive Itepuhllcans und Demo
crats not only wiped out the majority
.in his favor, but formed finite n pro
nounced balance against him. The
exclusion, of Mr, LorJmer .from the
annate onljjMjWnltH tli'e "furifiiiHtlca of
' Ini-niitlirnrlnn iinri CAIinrt ttV tlm
'an ''investigation nnd report by the
committee now performing that, duty.
I' , ' ' ' " ' ' '
"gasoline row" wns picxeut.
CIIKlllO III S.IHIU, -WIIIIC II SIX CVIHIllcr
engine Is liijlcd at $11100.
Tho Schunuin Carriage Company
offered a Locomohllo chemical engine
at $5400 and two machlnos of like
mnko nt $10,800. Tho Schiimnn pen
pic are also In tho market with ono
Scagravo chemical at $5300 and two
machines nt $10,500.
(Continued on Pag 2)
'room duelling; $1251).
T, I). Wlck-Kewiilo street; dwell
ng; $1S00. '.' ' " ' ' '
I J, T, W(irreji-l.unalllifutid Kcwalo
urcets; 13-room dwelling; $5100.
jj,u Mow Llllb.a'street; stiiro 18x28
feet, galvanized Iron; $040,
s, C. Hurdesty Palolo; dwelling;
k. M. Kiinakaniil Dewey street;
hoarding house, 111x50 feet; $3100.
iircwer Kstate Hotel street; 23x101
foot stores; $6500.
1;. l. Juen lleictnnla street; dwell-
Macey Koko Head road;
TO GET MORE
Shipping and Transportation
Men urge Action now
SAY NAVY DEPASRTMENT
SHOULD BE APPROACHED
Dock No. 1 to
-Plans to Rc-
F.iclni? Tacts brought out by '.no
harbor commission 'h woih, (hat tho
wharves of Honolulu mo tn(nlly Inade
quate In handle tho pwnl fielr.ht
tralllc expedllleusly, to ray nothing
id what the fiiluio wl!! In lug, ship
ping un; trauiportatlon men !of .tlio
city uru '.trglng iictlou now on tho
part of tho Teirllory toward enlarg
ing Its w'inrf Bparo.
Already thu rommlsslon Is 'making ,
plans Tor the new nlc'hardB-,ritreot
wharf, for icp.ililng tho Kfnnu vharf
flpdilor dolnc wnto blockunaTinKroo-r'
(he Hackfcld wharf, 'tyhal Is low
proposed by transportation men Is
'.hnt tho commission tmdertako to so
curo for tlio Territory, Navy wharf
Included Jn Iho plan as outlined -by
0110 of the prominent transportation
men -of tlio Territory this morning Is
Uie building of a big warehouse 0:1
Navy wharf No. 1 and Its use as .1
"discharging wharf," while tho Hack
feld whnrf will bo thrned Into a "re
ceiving wharf" for sugar and pine
apples, thu two principal producers
that now congest traffic on tho locnl
It Is-iKilntcl out that tho Terrl- '
lory ought to get busy Immediately,
IhioiiKii the (imcrnnr and harbor com
mission, nnd tako up with tho secre
tary of the navy a plan to sgcuro tho
(Continued on Paqe 3)
ARE HIS THEME
Dr. J, N. M'eCorinack, tho eminent
practitioner who Is to give n public ad
dress In tho fjperu House en tho night
of August 30, Is a blg'man, with n big
voice and 1i convincing muuner, and H
1'tnmii throughout "thu leiigth and
breadth or the United States as
"Fighting Mac." Ho Is 11 lighter In
many ways. He Is ono ot thoso speak
ers who keep the uudlencu uwulvo'nll '
Ilo recently spoko lit Houston, Tex.,
and tho Houston Chronicle In an edi
torial' wrote: "Thn ..Medical Asiocl.i--tlon
ot the United States Is conferring
1111 Incalculable benefit on the w hoi 11
people by making possible such iiuorlc
as Dr. McCnrtiiuck Is doing.
"It would bq worth 11 million doll.irn
to Houston If thn danger ho points out
could be appreciated by nil her peoplo,
and tho lessons he tenches und tho In
struction ho gives wiro followed by
them. Tho world has slept long, but
Is nwnkenltig now, and tho rampilgin
for higher 'morals und better henlth '
will tinver bait"
Ho. will tic nt hero with the big prob
lems of Miealth that tho community
Is face to faeo with ut tho present
All thn seats will be tbrown'open to
the public on the night when hoVilks,
und It will bo 11 matter of "first come,
llrsl served." The ladles nro especial
ly Invited, ns ninny of tho questions
with which ho will deal havo to do
with their own homo problems.
John D. Rockefeller tins objected to
tho appraisement ot his Cleveland es-
tate by the tux authorities at $1,250,-
000, us too high.
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