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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5020.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
PREPARE TO STRIKE NOW
From San Franciscol
llonolulnn September 5
American Mnru September S
Korcu September 1
MnrAma . .Beplembcr IS
Makura September 12
PLANS HERE .
Dissolution of Parent Corpora
tion Does Not Affect
.WILL BE CARRIED OUT
Company to Establish Can
Plant Soon In Addition to
Erection of Great Tanks,
rinns for the development nnd op
eration of n big plant here hi Honolulu
by the Btnndnrd Oil Company will ho
unchanged by thu dissolution of the
parent corporation, the Standard Oil
Company of New Jersey. Ah told In
a special dispatch to tho llullotln
yesterday, tho Standard Oil Company
dissolved In nrcordnnco with the order
of-dho U. K. Supremo Court, and ItH
Mock will bu apportioned unions tho
Tho Standard Oil business hero Is a
brunch of tho Stundard Oil Compuny
of California, nhlch Is the, largest of
the HtihHlillary companies, in answer
to a iiuestlon, Ocnrgo II. Richardson,
-epceM ngent for the company, assured
the llullctln tills morning that the
, dh solution of tho New Jersey corpor
1 at Inn will liuvo no effect on the local
In oxldcnce of this, tho company Is
. planning not only to handle nil In hulk
direct from ships III tho harbor to Its
plant on tho Ivllei flats, necessitating
the erection of three KlRnntlc tanks, us
has been published, but to establish Its
nun can and box plants, which will be
In operation In a few months. Tho ro
sult will bo that tho Standard Oil
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The Illation street extension commis
sion Is seeking figures from Interested
property owners, and for tho purpose
of securing this data lias called n
meeting of I'll parties concerned for
10:30 tomorrow morning at tho Sciuito
humh"r, M tiio Oupltol, where It Is
expected tnif tho property owners
whose premises will bo affected by tho
Imptovcmont will bo on hand with lls
ures show Ins their valuation of the
property required for tho extension.
Tho Ulshop Htrcet extension commis
sion met this inornlnK, with John It.
Snpcr In tho' chair and Frank D. lie-
Stacker seerttury. Mr. McStocker waa
authorized to draft a letter which has
been, sent to all Interested parties usk-
Ins that they submit without delay n
fair valuation of their holdlnss. Tho
property owners nro nlio ndvlscd to
be present nt, tho mcotlns of tho com
mission to be held tomorrow morning.
Albert Toogood was this morning
Indicted by tho Territorial Grand
Jury, A truo bill of muni or In tho
second degree wub brought against
Toogond Is charged with having
murdered his wlfo, known about tho
town hh Daisy Spencer. She was
found dead In a hack.
A heat wavo has struck Alaska, the
leinperuturu In Yaldez rising to 80 do-
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sapt 1. A great railroad strike on tho Harri
man systems seams mora imminent now than avar before. A confaranca was
hold today batwaen Julius Kruttschnltt, traffic manager of the Souths Pa
cific, other Harrimnn officials and representatives of tho shopmen's unions,
but It waa 'fruitless.
, , After the confaranca it was given out that tho Harriman officials will
positively refuse to recognise the American Federation of Labor or to deal
with ita representatives.
A strike is Imminent at any time. The union men claim that it will in
volve 25,000 trainmen and that the Southern Pacific lines will be tied up.
The Union Pacific management today cancelled all vacations arranged for
its employes and Is avidantly preparing for tho strike, keeping ita office forces
together In readiness.
(Special nullotlll Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 1. A statement given out by the railroad
officials today is 'that recognition of tho American Federation of Labor by tho
road means that the management of the system is by its employes. It is
willing to deal with' individual unions.
The union officials and leaders are now discussing what course to take.
ANOTHER SHAKE-UP ON THE
.WATER-FRONT COMING, IS .
' TIP FROM HARBOR COMMISSION
Another shnkc-up alone the wntcr-
Iront Is coming, according to Intlma
1,10ns fiiini the harbor commission- The
commission has already established
what Is said to bo a record In xus-
icndlns l'llot Mucuuluy and droiplns
Harbormaster A. "Jf, Tripp, all Insldo
few days, and now tho tip Is out
that several other Territorial cinplojca
who aro wcy-klng or should ho worklns
on tho front uro doomed for tho axe.
In fact, a member of tho commission
said this inornlnK that tho commission
will probably change tho entlro per-
ronnel of tho waterfront force.
Tho lack ot efficient direction as to
the. handling of freight In tho past Is
tho reason for the dlssutlsfartlon of
the commission with tho present re
Kline, Several members of tho com;
mission will them'clves bo affected by
tho stricter "regulations against iistns
tho wharves as ouiivenlent warehouses,
but they' nro sticking) up for more
SANITARY COMMISSION IS UP
AGAINST SHORTAGE OF FUNDS
IjicU of funds Is the determining
factor In a problem now before tho
Sanitary Commission which may delay.
tho complpt'on of Its work nnd re
port to tho Legislature. Tho commis
sion's sanitary surcy, which Chairman
flcorgo It. Carter this morning called
Its most Important worlc, Is only about
a third llnlshed, and can hardly bo
completed by December, when tho re
port Is to bo In.
Tho commission Is considering
whether It Is wiser to completo this
Kiinltary surveywitli tho present fuclll
Itlcs, uslns tho employes; of tho de
partment of public works and the
hoard of health as they can bo spared.
or to employ Inspectors on Its own no
count. In tho latter case, tho work
can bo llnlshed by tho government em
ployes aro notablo to keep steadily
at tho gathering ot data and llsures
necessary for tho survey.
"Tho effect of our report will be
greatly lessened unless wo aro ubjo to
fpeuk with authority and exact knowl-
edgo of conditions" said Chairman
Carter this morning. "Wo do not wnnt
Io simply report, 'A largo proportion
of tho cesspools ot Honolulu aro not
connected with sowers?" Wo want to
bo able Io say exactly what propor
tion and wlint tho conditions are.
"This sanitary survey will determine
tho speolllc needs of tho rlty and
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inpfd movement of trufllc nnd say that
tho 'llrst thins to do Is to get men
wiio can "n(I wl" m" "' "10 freight
Is kept moving.
V. It. Foster, who will becomo har
rnrniiiKtcr. In a month, .will bo charged
with the dutles.of wharfinger, although
tho law-will not nllow tho commission
to call anybody v wharf laser. Tho
coinmWsInn can rii so far ns to innko
part of tho harbormaster's duties those
of a wharfinger, or Kcncral forcmunfor.
tho locul whnnei, but no further
Already tho coir mission li llndlus
nUttthat It can nl ercuto several of
fices and rcotgdnUn tho department us
It would Ilko to do. Tho conieiticnco
Is that thu next lA'glxluturo will bo
asked to make a number of changes
In the law, and or,o of theso chanses
will bo to give inoro latitude, not only
In spending money for harbor Imprinc-
incuts, but In ullowlns tho commission
to havo more power In deslsnntlns of
llces nnd men to till them.
Dr. I. J. Shepherd was endorsed by
Urn Hoard of Health yesterduy ns tho
man to tnko President Dr. J. S. B.
Pratt's placo ln tho department.
Dr. I'ratt asked tha board to tnko
somo tluio to think tho matter over,
and yesterday (It. ring tho time they
wero making their tour of Inspection
on the other ftlds of tho Island they
mine, to an agreement.
Dr. Shepherd has been offered tho
position, but his rnswer bus not yet
been received, although It Is expected
to bo In tho nlllnnatlvo and also to bo
to bund this afternoon.
Tho hoard Is of the opinion that Dr.
Shepherd U Just tho man to IU1 tha
position' and that If they can Induce
hhti to accept It they will bo securing
tho services of n try Miluahlo man
SAN l'UANCISCO, Cal. Heets: 88
analysis, IDs, Ctl.; parity, 6.6tc. Pro-
vlutis quotation, Ids, 11 l-:d.
Reciprocity Issue Stirs Canada Deeply
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m m vgVHBHw' ln (Ue Canaaian paniameni wno op-
V H Krr poses reciprocity, are the principal fig-
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SPOKANE. Wash., Sept. 1. Peter
Walliek, a htlf-breod Indian, was to
day shot dead in rrison by a mob for
beating his wife cruelly.
KILLS WIFE; SUICIDES;
BELIEVED TO BE INSANE
(Aaaoclileil Press Cable.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Sept. 1. Wal
ter Owen Brtwn, a prominent Illinois
physician, today murdered his wifo and
than committed suicide. He is believed
to have been demented.
S. II. Pratt, tho now prcsl
the boaid of health, jeslei-
dny announced his policy In conduct
Ins, tho olllcc. Ho choso hh his op
portunity a meeting nf tho lioniil nt;
the ilalclwn hotel, tha entire h-jaid
having gone down tho Inland on an
dotting tho boaid togelhor In an
uninterrupted hour, Iho now piosUtcut
outlined what ho hopes )o do 'for sani
tation of Iho Terrllury and Iho pirt
to bo played by tho board and the
Among his most Important an
nouncements was one dealing wllli
Iho publicity to ho given the wotk.
ll ..'111 nltnmiu tlin eiliicatlon of tho
pcoplo along s.milaiy Unea on a sc.tlo
nover hcfoio atletuptcd. Aitlnir II.
Keller tho nowly appointed member
wua mesent yesterday. The hoard
spent tho entire day making Inspec -
tlons and weie culled together by tho
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PLANS BIG SCHOOLHOUSES III
RELIEVE CONGESTED CONDITIONS
A fourteen or slxlcoti-room Hchool
liintso for Knlmuki and a twoho or
fotirtcen-roum school liiitsof for lite
t'nhukulim jaiplls, uro Urn tontatUc
plans now under ciinsiiioruiitin uy inc
Oalm Loan Filial conunlxHlon. TholdoiiH tit both bodies Iwlll bo carried
commission pliniK to icllnvo tho pres
ent incrcrowilcil rotulltlon of both
sect lima by building structures largo
enough for tsnmctimo la the futuro hh
well as tho present.
Chairman Andrew Ailanm of tho
ronmilpslnn Is In the city today and
Bald' this tnoiiiltiK that tho conimU
hlon will got to k within a cry
hhort tlnio on tho phns for tho struc
tures, so that they may bo put us
early ns possible.
'Under tho law passed by tho last
IcglslututP, tho commission must con-
for wllh Iho .cpattnicnt nf piibl'e
education on tho plaiiH for thcuif this htreot.
MOLASSES TRADEIJUDGE WISE IS
To h.indlo tho stendlly-lncreiisliig
liuilussis output of the shilids, tho his
freighter lljiidN of tho Mutsou ,avl
Butlou Company Is to bo converted Into
ii "umlussch tanker," tho only ono
ulliuit, nnd will be to tho molasses
Irmli, uluit mi oll-tiinker Is to thu o 1
The llyudes Is to bo cnim-rtcd by
tho Mmaii Company of Scuttle, nt liu
expeuso of t5,000, and will lay up
jtherc In October,
(Continued on Pago 6)
SKii Busy JE
OTTAWA The campaign for and
against reclpioclty throughout tha Do
minion has reached a high pitch. Sir
Wilfrid Lauiier, head of tha advocatea
of reciprocity and the Hon, R. L. Dor
den, leader rf the Conservative party
in the Canadian parliament, who op
poses reciprocity, are the principal fig
i.res in the contest. The general belief
hero is that at th coming election a
parliament pledged in favor of raci
proclty will be chosen.
tchools, nnd we hato already haij sev
eral conferences," said Adoiiis. r
bine talked nvor tho plans "hr these
two Kchoolhciuso wllh Hiipcrlnteiulcnt
Pope and Iho icsiiIU will bo tlmt Iho
out ns fnr as possible.
"Although wo havo a large amount
of money to spend for bchools, only
$90,000 Is mailable now. for tho two
Chairman Adams Bays that Iho
commission Is preparing also to tako
up tho extension of Frog lane, an
Improvement for which tho fifth dis
trict has been asking for a long tlmo
Ho has had talks with property-own-on
who will ho nftected by tho ox-
tension, unions; fliem CarlOB ling.
who has secured a tract that will In
almost cut In two by tho oxtonslna
Declaring tlmt If tho account of tli
cum t pioccedlngs at lllli) as publlnh
ed In tho morning paper nsterday
In connection with tho Japanese who
were arrested for not having pharma
cists licenses Is correct then Judge
wisn tins laid himself onen to verv
serious ciltlelsm and nlso that If the
law Is a dead letter In Ililo It Is not
In Honolulu, Food Commissioner K1
ward II. lllanchnrd gae his sldo. of
t tho qneatlon out this morning.
(Continued on Pago 6)
Maui Homesteaders' Fight Is
Based on Mistake, Says
A. M. Brown.
LAND AGENT AIKEN
!'. SAID OPERATIONS 0. K. ,
E. M, Watson Retained as
Counsel to Defend Arrested
Manager and Four Japan
That Hnr'iC'ninwcIl ranch has boon
proceeding In Its cutting of timber on
Maul under nntluirll) of thu Tcrrltn
rlnl lund ngent Ihcre W O Aiken, Is
the ilirlnriitlon niailo this morning bj
A. M. Ilrnwn, of tho ranch coinpanv.
IIIh Klatement of lha facts Is the first
undo by ft representative- of tho ruin-
lian.v, and bIiciIm now, light on tho tlm-her-cuttliiK
controversy that led to
the nrrest of Manager Patrick One- .
H-tt and four .Iiipancso on tho ground
of malicious Injury.
The men wore urrcHtcd on tho com
plaint of Mrs. Eleanor Wilcox, a
homesteader on ono of tho-lot whero
llmbur wan bolus cut. Theso lota aro v
still under, lease tiVOio 'Cortiwcll
ranch, but the lease expires Noom
bor 1. and meiinwhlio tho homo-
stcailcrs who luitd their fees were nl-
lowed to Kettle upon thorn.
Mr. Hi-own leines this afternoon
for Walliikn, whero the caso against .,
tho men for alleged malicious Injury
will come up In tho district court to
morrow. K. M. Watson, of tho firm nf
Thouipsnn, Wilder, Watson & I.ym
or, has been retained ns counsel by
tho ranch company and Is now at
Walliikn. Mr. Drown says that ho
personally will not defend tho men
hut that he Is going to Walliikn to
look after the Interests of tho ranch
company In presenting tho facts.
"Tho Cornnell ranch cumpiny j
leased thin land under Iho monarchy," J
snld Mr. 1 1 row n this morning, "anil f
under tho conditions of the leuso wyf
weie allowed1 to cut timber fo IoWr
ns there was no .waste .Sovprnl
nionlliH ago, when complaints weto
'first made, tho Maul land agent, Mr.
Aiken, iioisonally Investigated tho '
nailer nnd found that wo wero not
lnlatlng tho provisions hgalnst waste. '
Wo wero cutting tho large timber,
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Gocrnur I'tonr this morning an
nounced tho nppolntmont of Patrick
Cnckctt, malinger of the Cornwall
ranch, (is n member of tho Maul Loan
Fund commission to tnko tho placo of
Knglnofr Howell who resigned. Mr.
Cockclt is a democrat.
"Ho jiconiH to ho a very go'd man,"
mid Iho fjnvcninr this morning. "Mr.
Howell thought cr) highly of hint
mill icconimcuded him ns n goijd man
to (111 his idaro on tho commission."
"lib Ib 'n democrat by die way,
cud although (his will prevent his hy
ing endorsed by tho Itcpubllcan con
trol committee, wo feel that a demo
crat should bo apiolnted Bometlnieu
and more especially as a member ot
a commission. It s only tho fair
thing "to do all mound nnd tho com
tulttco will be tho first to acknowl
"It Is ittotq or loss n common ptne
lieu, wllh federal apiKilntments and
especially wllh commissions for Fed
eral purposes. President Taft ap
pointed a democrat when ho named
tho chief Justice, '
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