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From San Franclaooi
llonululnn September S
American, Maru September 5
For 8an Francleool
I.urllne August 23
, Mnrntna September IS
For Vonoouvori ,
Mnkura .September 12
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
CO-OPERATIVE ROAD-WORK IS PLANNED
A, controversy between the harbor
commission and the commercial
Ionizations over the rules for com
merco-of the port, with u possible coni'
promise. Is I ho prospect toduy, us tho
lesult of tho discussion stirred up by
tho commission, J proposing regula
tions' a few days ouo. , .
Tho Merchants' Association nnd
Chamber of Commerce will meet to
day, and the recommendations of the
special Joint committee of six will be
l.i hi before llieni. These recommenda
tions. It Is expected, will In cenerul be
The committee's report recommends fro1n K. nrH which th Iml Is bo-j
rules for liandllni; of freight widely utjmg Intil out It mi.bo able to underbid
Mirlauco Willi thoyo ndvoeiited by tlie
harbor commission. It Is anticipated
that the, weli?ht of both Inlluentlnl
commercial .bodies Will be put squarely
baek of the reconiiiiendatlons they
adopt at today's meeting, for this pre
liminary dlsuisslon last week proved
that the locnl bilslnesa men do not
Intend that rub-H shall ho ndopttd
which they consider will hamper tho
movement of commerce hero. t
On the oilier hand, members of the
board of harbor commissioners seen
ttils tniirnlns do not fovpr tho rules
that the spclaL ortnimitteo 'hint 'hnj
iioiiiiredT Theyiiojii' tool, n satisfac
tory compromise will be reached, ljut
declare that the commission will stand
by Its cunt In making. and enforcing
regulations It deems proper. Secre
tary Hermit of the commission this
morning ventured Hie prediction that
the regulations already proposed by tho
('ommlssloii will probably stand with
Flight, If any, exceptions.
A rather peculiar stato of affairs Jias
nrlseu. Tho commission set n special
meeting for 2 o'clock thit. afternoon
nnd Is nlso Invited to attend tho Joint
meeting of the commercial bodies at 3.
If the 2 o'clock meeting Is a busy one,
It Is probable that there will be no
members of tho commission ut the Joint
meeting later, nltliough wmii may get
Tim rules proposed by tlio special
commlllio from tli Chnmlirr of Com
merce and Merchants' Association, for
fi eight handling III tills port, iih puh-1Imii-iI
In tho Uullutln'H second edi
tion yesterday nfterhoon: liro iiniillleil
In rccoimnenilallons maila by Ihu com
mlttce explaining tho conditions tlmt
prevail on tlio wharyes hero nt present.
The committee says:
'Tlie'co,inmlttee arc of tho opinion
(Continued on Paqs 3)
STAYS ON COAST
Judgo A. S. Ilurtwell, former chief
Justice, ling ropovcred his liealth a nil
now plana an extended stay In San
Francisco, according to news received
liy I ho last mall from tint dlstln
finished Jurist, lie has taken a Hut
In tint UoKlon Gate City, together with
his daoghteV, Kent hero ,for his niito
iiiobile add Is preparing Id enjoy lilm
milf there for some montliB. lie bus
n larKu number of friends and uc
ilimlntuiiccB in San Francisco.
Harbor Pilot John It. Mnraulny has
brrn Htispemled for n breach of tlio
rules, hut Just what his offense Is could
not bo learned (Ills afternoon. It Is
mlil to have been Intoxication on duty.
The board of harbor commissioners
at a meeting held In execullvo session
at 2 o'clock Ihlr- afteiiioou conlirmed
(ho suspension, which was ordered by
Siiperlntiudeiit Murstnn Campbell, No
statement ns to tho reasons for tlio
Mispenslon uero given nut.
Hawaiian Hui Is
After Road Work
:Big Co-operative Association
Plans To Handle Contracts
Under Loan Fund
A hill of Hawailans In tioliiR organ-
Ized for tho nrposo of bidding on the
Mi; lit ltroad contractu to bo let liy
the Oahu Loan I-'und Commission, and
111!; lahl out It inn). bo nlilo to underbid
nuy of tbu established contractors Here, er he had his lull organized, the spccl
on tills work. Iilcutluns for tho first contract to bo
Johnalt. Wise, clerk of tho last Hen-
ate and prominent Hepubllcnn, worker
nnil politician, Is tho moving spirit bo-
ibid the hui. It Is being quietly or-
Kunl.i-d ulong tho lines of it coopera
tive association, lie Iiiih secured ul
rtady ouo huiiilred men for tlio lull,
he staled this innrnlnK, and each will
havo a share In tho priillls from tho
eontriict, . i
The partners In the hui nre Ut bo
road, workers Ihemselves. Wise flgureH
Hint Willi ..n,.i iimii liil,.r..ul,.,l III tlin
hiiccessrut lining of the contract, they tlie ugeiitsfor one surety company thai running brandies hpfrom the trnim
will work as no load workers on Oahu the company will In tho future refusoy""itl'eiitul routes. ,
ever have before, llo Jlgures that tho to net ns sureties on contract work "'
but can underbid nny, contractor ami
thus effect a big saving to the county
and Territory, because the road men
CHINA SENDS WARSHIPJO MEXICO
TO ENFORCE INDEMNITY DEMANDS
China will enforto her demands upon which Sluing Alsuno made. He Is re-
Mi-nIui for Indemully, for the iiilhlesH
slaughter of Chinese merchant!! at Tor
i eon during the Into revolution, by an
uppeal to force If nceossury. News
Unit tho Chinese warship will go lu
Mexican waters and emphasiisu tlio de
mands for payment of tlio Indemnity
came to Honolulu llrst hunil yesterday,
when Sluing Alsiine, charge d'ufTulres,
of the Chinese legation at Mexico City,
arrived on tin- Margolin, bound for Pe
king to report to his government.
His Kxccllciicy Chang, Imperial Chi-
iiiwo n inisiei- in vwsiiingi on. u. i...
nuuNu jurisuiciioil iiiciuoen uie oiiiesis
i.lfnlrs In Mexico. Pen. and Cuba Is at ,,,. cuni;, r,.00l(nIzw, MlrmVll C- Bundy in the semi.r.nal. of h. na.
present Inking personal churge oftho ,i,ointit I. nwaitlng the arrival of, lon' tennis championship singles to
Chinese legallou In Mexico . Ho nr- , '. ,al Chi. It Is his Intention 'fW
rlMd there a month ago. and bus been, ,l( ,,,,, , Wnrshlp there until afterl
n i.-.,,k .,, viuiiiiz. i, iiiwiniiii)
of tho Chinese government lo tbu Mex-
In order to hasten tho day When tlio
Mexican government will recognize tho oril Mudero will bo elected president of
power of the Chinese government, tho ,),,, republic, succeeding do la Ilarra.
Chinese cruiser Hal Chi, whoso ap- j ampinalzn1 the point that Gen-pro-ich
to Mexican waters was reported ,,rol Modern Is recognized ns an able
in me liuiloiin souie iimu ngo, win
arrive in .Mexican wniers
part of September,
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imK iiiv r-i-iiiviuviu ui inu .iiiuvnu
claims by the Mexican government will
no saiisiaciory was ine miiiciucih
MOTT-SMITH SOAKED BY UNCLE SAM
Some of tlio Jobs hnluled out by election. Th'cn'l'wns not so much cash 'ashore on tht Japanese coast vaster
HiKle Sam nro not sliu-cures, accord- to handle there, und he hud to put up'day, has not yet been floated, accord.
lug lo thu woeful tale unfolded by
Territorial Seiretury Mott-Smllh this of tliese Jobs did he receive nny ro
niornlug. liu has luid two of them, inunerallon.
neither of which brought anlhlng iutul During last week he wore a worried
Ills savings account, but which lo-'lool; on his face, for, from the way
gether cost 1:1m Just ono hundred and mailers wer-t going, ho hail a huiicli
ten pliluks for Hie honor of being til-'. that rvithhg'might not be all right
lowed to do tho work. jaud that there was tho awful posslbll-
Uhder tlin l-'ederul law ho was op-'liy of having to pay out that 1110
pointed as disbursing agent for the last
l.eglslatuie, and nlso under another
uiu.ll,.,, ,tf tin, utilil Imv lift liliit til nut
up n bond. This ho did, and It cost finds that under n special law dealing
hint, $10(1. Never thinking tlmt lliera with the subject ho has becomu all un
was liny chniicu of it slip-up, lit' sent willing philanthropist to thu l-'ederul
hi his littlo account and thought no
mora pf it.
l.lkMvlse be was appointed special
distributing 'agent fur thu plebiscite
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'ilBi l 1
111 do tho work In Ii-sh time than a
eontrnelor would take, being stimulate
by the prollts from doing the work
iilckly ami without waste.
n su.ii; that lie Is I
bus run up against
n sn.ig that he Is indignant about, Aft-
let were Issued, mid Wise found that
tho bond required Is CO per cent, of
the amount of the job, or. III this ease,
thlilv thousand dollars for the Heeln
beaeli ro.id wurk. rogetlier with tho
nnioiint, of the bond Is u clause Inserted
by tlio loan fund commission which
declares that no personal sureties will
liu accepted, n,nd that the bond must
be guaranteed by a surely company or
Territorial corporation. -
VI ImU ,. fur lii-i.ii iiiuilili. tn se-
.., Hiir..lv Iimii.1. II.. umn lnl.l liv
here, nlthntigh still willing to go bonds
for public otllclals.
(Continued on Pago 3)
turning to Clilna on a leave of absence
of nbout eight months.
"I nm pretty certain," said Chung
Alsuno yesterday, "111111 tho Chinese
claims of Indemnity will be recognlised
and settled by tho Mexican govern-
ment. President de In llrni,, con
tinued ho, "Is u very good and Intel
ligent nui n v I Jiad n long talk wllh
him wllli rofereiico to tlio payment by
the Mexican government of the Chinese
claims. From wlmtil could Judge, It
Is possible that amicable settlement
., ,, 1la,i, t.Uwa ,u, two govern-
.ln iM. nf ,, ,,. tires dent for
I Sluing Alsune said yesterday at
t,.,.l.nnalilnta tlmt It Is llkelv llmt rien.
nmi r,.nrless man.
Mr. Hhtmi? Ik n vonm? nmti. lint tin
lias been In tlio consular service for.
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ruinv lone, liu siit-iinn iiut-iu j-.UHllnii,
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having been In the Chinese legation ut
u bond costing 10 only. Kor neither,
without a elinueo of getting It buck1
again With tho mall yesterday his
ftrul rtiru iipru i-ftiillp,i,.il ,,,1 fin'
Why," ha commented
tms morning, liny can Keep on up
pointing mo until they have cleaned
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Advertising Keeps The Business
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911. 10
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RAW SUGAR AND
SAN KIIANC'IHCO, Cal . Aug. 29.
Sugar; f decrees lest, B 2tSc. Pre
vious (imitation. Vlmir., llcts: 88
unalysls, IS. C.I.; parity, G.:iU Pre
vious 'limitation, Us. I l-2d.
CAssoelslril lris Cii1iJi.1
" NCW YORK, N. Y. Aug. 29-Re-fined
tugar advanced ten centt a hun
dred on tho marRet today.
:C; P. RETALIATES
(Hprclul Uulletln C.ilh.)
WINNIPEG, Can, Ang. 29. An-
nouneement wa made hero today that
tho Canadian Pacific Railroad will bo
extended to 8pokane.
Tho iinnouneeim lit of tho Invasion
f Washington by the Canadian l'aclllo
means that the Canadian line In retail-
r.tlng for tho Inrn.iiN that the Hill lines
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RITIM II Willi
llnVC lievll IIIIlklllL llllilsrtvrrlturr liyi.Mare isijii.i, HI lilliirrKU
(Assuclali-d Press C.llile,
8EATTLE, Wash, Aug) 29. Ad
miral Togo of the Japanese navy sail
ed for homo today on the Tamba Maru.
He was given a great ovation and
demonstratloi s of friendship from all
classes. He wired thanks to President
As the Tamba Maru left tho harbor,
the Japanese hero was saluted by tho
cruisers West Virginia and Colorado,
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DOWN T0FINALS NOW
(.Six rln I Uulletln Cillile.)
NEWPORT, Aug. 29. Maurice
Mcoughlin of California dofeattd Q.
,,F. Touchard and Deals Weight boat T.
PUAD CQTnW NAVY YARI1
iUiiniibujiun iimw i innw
SUFFERS IN STORMS
(As-fnclnted Press Cable.)
CHARLESTON, 8. C, Aug. 29. As
a result of the great storm hero, twelve
persons are reported dead. During tho
storm six of the Atlantic torpedo fleet
war driven ashore. DsmioB to the
navy yard Is estimated at $20,000.
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also great loss all along the
'.STEAMER HAZEL DOLLAR
lAsunel.ltrd PreM Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Aug. 29
Tho steamer Hazel Dollar, which went
'no, to reports today,
STEAMER ASHORE AT
(Associated Press Cabta.)
ASTORIA, pre. Aug. 29. Tho
steamer Aurjlia has gone ashore at
the entrance of the Columbia river.
RUSSIAN ARMY AVIATOR
KILLED IN A. FALL!
.Associated Piers Cable.),
OT. PETERSBURO, Russia, Aug. 29.
Lieutenant Zoletnchln, an army avl-
ator, was killed today In a fall from
FLEET TRJP DELAYED;
REPAIRS TO CRUISER
(Special Uulletln Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C Aug. 29. Orders for the Pa'cih'c cruiser fleet and
torpedo flotilla to go to Hawaiian waters for maneuvers have been changed.
Tho sailing of tlio fleet has been postponed until October first on account of
necessary repairs to be made to the cruiser South Dakota, now at the Mare
Island navy yard. C. S. ALDEHT.
ThC above dispatch .to tho Uulle
tln from Its speel.il Washington cor
respondent Is the first news that local
military olllcials Imf of the change
Orders have Just arrived at tlio local
naval station giving the proposed
inovtmentH of the Pacific licet, tint
news of which has been told In the
table dispatches hero previously.
tAccordliiK, to the orders received by
Admiral CovWes, on Septtmber lf the
irulscrs' California, Smith Dakota,
West Virginia and Colorado, and the
llrst nnd second divisions of the Pa
cini; tnrndn licit will leave Han Ktuli
I'lmi) for Honolulu.
All of these essels will return from
Hawaii lo S.m Iv.lrn, Cal., by Novem
ber I, It Is expi-cted that the Mary
land will remain at tho naval yard.
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GENERAL HON OF HAWAIIAN
LADOR ELEMENTS IS ATTEMPTED
Pcrmnncnt oiKnnlzatlon of, the that their organization, represents not
"Hui Uiiluiia," which traiiBlntcd,' only the labor tleini-nls, among which
means (ler.eral Union, was effected aro the longslioieinen'H union, tho
last night at a mass nicotine held InMiack drivers' union, tlio labor union
tin- Nut ley Hall. One hundred nnd J mid other laboring organizations, but
two members pledged themselves ' to Hint It Includes nil other people, such
nblde by tho rules and legulntlons of
tin. "Hui Unburn." which nro being
rnrmulaled by a special committee und such other like people, who arc
of nvo members, consisting of Frank employed In nil Mirations of life. In
K. Aicher, n Itopiibllcan leader, D. H'la n'. tlio lenlers said this tnnrn
Knfauokalanl, Hr., Homo Hula leudor, l"K. H'erc would bo no occasion for
rt K Kn-iwelmkii. riemoeratle leail- dlfferciitlatlug themselves from oaeli
er, 0. K. Kune, labor leader, nnd Jos-,
epli Knliinn, lender of tho hack drly,
Hereafter tlic leaders want tho pub
lic to call their organization, "Hui
Unlonn," nnd not otherwise. Thoy
want the public lo understand, said
Knwchakii and Kane this morning,
SECRETARY OF WAR STIMSON IS
RACK FROM VISIT TO CANAL
Says No City In the Country
Is More Sanitary
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(RikcIjI Hill let I ii Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON, D. C Aug. 17,
Secictury Stlmlon has returned fiom
his lslt to the big ditch being con
structed across ilic Isthmus of Pan
ama. He devoted ten tliiyu lu InspcU-
work along tin ciimit. Thls.ln-
eluded it walk of nine miles through
the Culebrii cut. In speaking ut Ills
xlslt the Secretary said:
"I was particularly surprised at thu
ile.imiess of things In thu Canal Zone.
Not a city1 In our country can surpass
tho zona In sanitary conditions, Tlicro
in n r.0.000 men on Ihu luvrull tlicro.
but Ihu amount of sickliest. Is surpris
ingly small. Tho best evidence of tho
liealtbfulness of the place Is to be seen
hi the chubby, sun-browned children.
'"''"'e "" Important piece of work'
l" ""." , r.r I
"'" M"- T"' "l Wl,l,t ot 1"'0
hills caused the bottom of tho cut to
push upward. When Unit welsht U
removed, the engineers tell me, tho cut
I will bo free from further disturbance.
I There Is no other disturbing problem
ibout tho middle of October Klio will
.-ejoln liu- I '.ill lie licet ut San Pedro or
.lail DU-ko about Xowiiihir I
Now that olllcliil uoul has. heen'io.
celved by tint u.ival iiulhorltleH In re
gard lo the coming of tlio llee In rt. p
tiiub.r, Hum-lulu mllll.iiy chiles will
The primary purpose of llio trip Is
supposed to be fo'r the sis-ret nttuck on
Hawaii dining li war game, although
it Is bellevtd the practise with tho
forts nnd roast miliary mid fleet will
hot be us etcnslo or at llrst expected.
Tho lb I will maneuver moro for Its
own ptrMiu.il In in-Ill.
According: to M-veral army otlleers
hue. Ilin toiiiiuniidlini olllers of the
trainers or any Mud if tfnr ekseU
rather ilfslll.o Id enlir Into u war iaipe
with the bind tones. Milling nun
, (ConliniMd.-on Page W0,
ns clerks. i.iwors, cuuicn iiueuuaiiis
government olllcials, business men
The meeting wns presided over liy
Wm, Kulelliuln, n Hawaii attorney.
Politically he Is a Home Huler, hav
ing been so fur many years, since
the overthrow of monarchy. Ho has
run for legislative, and county utllces
(Continued on Page 6)
before Hie engineers, and there Is no
iiiestlou about tlio work being vuiii
pleleil lu llio speLilled time. There Is
un excellent sphlt umoiig tho great
nrmy of laboiers. Tho men uro highly
trained, tlllcleut und willing."
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?.7 " i31-H.
Live merchants Invest their money In
newspaper space with the same assur
ance that would govern their buying
(,'dt.edged securities. Both pay divi
dends with satisfying regularity. One
Is as safo and sure as the other.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Arthur It. Kellei, professor of en
glneurliiR of tho Collego of Hawaii
mid member of the TerrltoiHI s.-in--
ti.ry commission, was today indorsed
by Die Itciuh)lcaii Territorial central
cnintnlllee lor appointment lo tho
PROF. ARTHUR R. KELLER
lioaid of health A Mieanry on (he
board now exists, Dr. V. I), ll.ildwiii
lint lug rt-slgucd Ins week.
Tlio Inlorsemt'it of Mr. Keller .
nndiTsluod to be satisfactory to Ilia
floveinnr and h's npiioliitiiient Is ex
pected nt once. Tins Onternor's
wishes wcio thfct, an engineer should
be named for the varant place, ho
has Intimated. M'ircuer, Prof. Kel
ler's is already no npisiltilro of Ihu
(loM'rnnr as a nnjinber of Ihu sani
tary commlsslni. w-liere he has been
r linril and elllcient wutker.
Prof. Keller Is a former member
of llio Corps Kiiglncor, II 8. A., nnd
has had much eperlcncu In sanita
tion, buth In military work nil, I In
roustiiictlou camps of thu Soulh.
Senator l-'nlrcliild dlscusseil tho tint."'
Icr of tin- Kapu.i laud leiises with'
Cinirinir rrear this morning for an
loilr. They .went Into the iUe.sllou, but
h.iie not thrashed It out to a llnlh.
Another louftrtnee will bo held to
morrow morning, when It Is thought
that some u mien-tn nil I tig may be conio
to on the iiiestlou
Oilier lenses were also spoken of tlilf
morning and plans were niadu for fu
Or J N Mel'nrimirk, chairman of
(ho Orguuiullou fnmiulttru of the
American Medical Aswiclatloii, utid
noted In the iiedical world, wns the
guest of the Hawaiian TerrlUitUl.
Medlcul Society nt a luncheon given
loilny ut llio University flub.
Or, MiCnrinack made u brief ud-
tlri-jis tti tlio ilkkntilltli-il-iilirdlpl.iiiii -mil
' their other guests.
"ll.ickbltlng" und it tendency not lo
Keep up Willi modern Ideas und a gen
eral lack of knowledge which placed
HO per cenl'of tho doctors In the po
sition of being a danger to the com
munity, mid the ncinlng Impossibil
ity of the profession c)er llijng In
haiuioiiy, nro thu main grounds fur
the special efforts being made by tho
Oignnlzatlon Comuiltleo of the Amer
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