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From 8n FranelsMl
Tcrlyo Mnrn i. September 12
For San Franeltoei
Slilnyo Maru September 8
From Vaneouvar. "
Mnrama . .September 1C
Far Vaneouvari ,
Mnkura . September 12
Somo men are satisfied to get a liv
ing out of their business. Othert ad
vertise and not merely make a living,
but create a good-will value which can
bo told on the open market for a
Ads. and Courage Quickly BiJld Up Trade
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5026.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911-10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
PROTECT SHIPPING,' URGES
TERMS OF KAPAA
for tlio privilege of planting, cull I
uitlnB and li'urvi-stlng ono iilsint- crop
if rugnr euno, the Mokee Sugar Com
pany Ih to sign up a leuao for 7B0 acres
of Ihu IC'ipaa Inndt with tlio Territory,
iitnl Is to spend the sum of $18,000 on
Improvement, vvlifch nro afterwards to
Income Ihu propWy of tlio Govern
ment, l.lkeylso It'ls Iluh1i nt nny tluiu
to have 1 1? give up the land for homo,--
steading put poses.
Senator tl. II. Knlrchlld nml the Clov
iriiorns announced previously by thu
Hill let in, luivo come to an agree
ment and tlio lentil! la now' only uwnlt
Iiik their signature. It will bu adver
tised Komu tlmo during tlio next few
tin) R. Tlio terms ns now agreed upon
Thero nro very few changes, nml tlio
limended le,vc read? Ill part an follows:
That tlio Tirrltrry unl tlio Mukeu
linear Co.npnny ahull bo tin- lessor nndjlllrefc (lf ,,,,, 101,Bn.s,)nnl c.irrer
letsio nml Hint the lease alinll cover
'7in acres of lun'l of Knpnn, Knwnl
Iiiiii Kauai, that linn heretofore been
cultivated In Migar euno nnd Ik not now
nlliirwl iued and la situated makul
of the line Indicated In red on tlio!
m.ip, the same to bu selected by 'tho
lessee j,o so niicli of the
water of tho Km pun and Akullkull
rtreani, nnjliotlnr jKnpn.awiiter ns
may bo required for tho proper-Irriga
tion of the InnA Hereby loaned, except)
of such water ns Is crossed by existing
leans und license., from the lessor, such
wuter ns may bo lequlrt-d for tho Ka
pan town, the school, lionicsteadcrs mid
others who n,ny: reside cm the Kalta
hunts, and suei wutcrs, If'nny, us be
loim to OtlliTH.
"Lessor to have and to hold
for und during the time required to
plant, cultivate nml hurvrat ono plant
irop of augur cane to ioinmcnce
und continued until harvesting
of such irop, hut not later than ufler
Juno .10, 1UH.
"Tho land or any part thereof may
he withdrawn for
honie'stend orluibllo purposes.
"Tho lessee covenants with tho lessor
und his suciessora In offlcc, that It,
thd lessee Us successors und assigns,
will within one year from tho dutu
Inreof luivo recon,tructed tho Byplion
lu lot Hi. nt a co(.t of approximately tpd wt)l 1)0rnmmllltnB eriliiro-cId "lent and Ooneral Manager Schncrln
K0C0. mid the pialu Hume mar tho oasl,a )n wnch tmitetl area will ldmself, Imth suld 11,'nnd It Is pre
bend of the d'tch at a cost of upproxl- tlrvo siioctnietiH of tropical liortlcul- "uined that the new order of things
mutely 1500 und will hae expended np- iur0 Hm, from w1080 bmnclics will "l go tbrough with a rush. It is
pioxlmately tj500 In repairing and lin- nU((cr rare nnj beiiutlful song bltds. b1'' excellent authority Unit other
proilng the ole King Kulakaua lubor- ..Tie siernuwlll bo In tho running features pertaining to travel de lux
.irs' camp and. mule stables, and 500 I1I1( furthermore will come In under w"l be Installed Including a sumptu
for piping v liter to Buhl camp, and n,B wro winner. Wo brought down ously lltted Tiirklsh bath on each l'a
miile 'stables, and will hnvo construct- several birds this trip und they were c"lc IH "I''!'. Further than this
id ut u lost .of approximately $12,000 not confined to the inhlu iiuartors of Schwurln Is going to install on each
and will operate for the reasonublo tho ship clthor. Sevorul parrots and of t'1? U'B UnerB a ludles" grill. Tho
touuulcnce of thooinestenders on tho other species of fenthtrcd trlho woro bhwUIiib looms nlso will, bo enlarged.
Kuiiua lands during the remainder of not manifested as passengers hut lust A- J- Vtey, assistant to tho vice
(Continaed on Page 6)
CAN'T COME WITH FLEET
VAIXKJO, Aug. 31. Tho refriger
ator ship Glacier will not bo able to
accompany tho I'aclllc lleet on tho
cruise to Hawaii In spite of tho fact
that u veHsel of that description is
very badly i needed. According to The I'owcr Motel, nt Itochoster, New and Ilotkus,'!.. C. Abies, i:. It. Hath,
rush orders received today from t York, uround about the kecoiul week Archer Irwin, and as Ilovkuu put It
Washington, tho Glacior Is to be In July was a mighty animated place, this morning, Hoy Chumborluln man
rushed tu Sail I.'runclBCo to take on n If tho delegation of Shrluor live wires aged to coma around beforo the close
big cargo of fresh meat which Is now
costing the Government
month for cold storage.
11VIIKM Fll KOIIAIi.V.
Kohnla Sugar Company directors to
day announced thut n ten per cent div
idend for the year will be paid to
morrow. The company does not pay
a regular dhldend. The announce
ment followed a meeting today.
Another attempt to reach Manila
win no mauo ny pie gasoiino scnoon- conontlon was a success." (equal number of paper lels. The lat
er Kcllpso, which will sail today It Is I Messrs. MLCandless und Hurkus ter loomed up conspicuous In the pa
expected, with practically tho samomoro than mado up lu enthusiasm mile,
peisunnel as on tho first cruise whlch'what they might haui lucked lu lium-l "Sunny Jlui" was dolegated to tho
inded abruptly. J, W. A. Hedhouse bers. Tho Hawaii contingent Includ-
mid J. Mucuulay luno signed nualii.'ed in addition to Messrs. MiCandlcgs
KAHN. WILL LOOK
INTO LABOR AND
"The protection of American shipping and the Interests of the Hawaiian
Itland demand that the coastwise pauenuer law be maintained."
"The, sugar tariff brings in more revenue to the country than any other,
and much consideration will be given this factor before It Is revised. It Is not
certain that the next session of Congreis will get to the sugar schedule."
"President Taft has grown wonderfully In the past three or four montns.
I believe he will certainly be renominated."
Business conditions have beensenewhat upset for the last year owing
to the uncertainty as to the tariff revlilon. The uncertainty as to what will
finally be done still' exists."
"I shall look Into labor conditions while in tho Islands, and also into the
military defeases. I am deeply interested in tho protect'on of Hawaii."
CongrcsMiuin Julius Knlin of Cnll-i Congressman Knlin roniesi for n trip
fornln, whoso light for tlio protettlon of let'iipcrnth u. Tho slrcntiuu, biiui
iiiul unbuilding of the American mer- mt-r session Just I'luli'd lift lilm tired
flinnt imirhii. luiH been ono of the fen- In hudv mid -mind, and Ills nlivslclnn
nrrlved In Imnolulu this morning, a affairs Himewhut hurriedly, the Con
luiBsenger on thn Oceanic llncr'Klerra. (Continued on Page 3)
SIERRA IN LINE FOR PALM,
"Our Japnncso friends linvon't n mo
nopoly on llontlng palaces und pulin
gurdeiiB by any manner of incuiiH," re
marked 1'nrncr Tom -Smith, of Uhu
Oceanic steamship Company liner Si
erra, when that m'sboI win flnnlly
moored nt tho wharf nt uu un-chrls-tlnii
hour of C o'clock this morning,
giving opportunlly for ono hundred
und nlnoty-onn cabin and thirty steor
ngo passengers to depart from the
steamer and Incidentally 11ml their re
spective "land legs."
Speaking of palm gardens," quoth
llin nvop.ctitl Itur nml .mtiti.l lt fl W
j,, of U 8errn ,,,.,.,,,, J,,,
("why, this portion t thu blond I'a-
.... . ,iiii,i i,. !.,..... ,i,.i.
the same, caino along with the crowd. I1.
from Hawaii maintained their soxeral
a leputatious us entcriaiuerH lor which
I ... ... . . , .
they uro Justly fumed.
"We certainly kept Iluwiill Iq tho
fore," remaikcd J. Si (Sunny Jim) Mc-
Cuudless this morning us ho hud ipilt
the decks of thu steamship Slerin, af- peusu Information und lufreshlng bov
ter completing his three months tilp erage (o tho uthirst for knowledge or
to tho mainland, lu company with Mrs. for molsturo.
"Wo maintained hend(imitcrs at
the J'owor Hotel," also staled Charles
0, liockus, who lu homo manner man-
aged to Binugglu away on the samu
stentnor ns "Snniiv Jim." "Thn Shrlnn
,,rtur,d ,.,, vojuge. Arranging Id,
IN THE BRANCHES
1'iilni (lanlriis (J.ilnre In the I'ltcllir.
Tho iniiLli-hernlded "palm Caiden"
Instilllcd lu tlio now Toyu Klsvn Kul
shu liner Sliunyo Mnm, to arrive on
n maiden uyngo from tho Orient on
Sunday Illuming, U said to lunu
laitsed inoro than one manager of u
steamship company doing business In
tho l'utlllc tn sit up of nights und at
tempt to figure out how ho can go thu
other fellow ono better.
Now comcs the announcement,
brought down by the Sierra tills
imirnlug that the l'.iclllc Mull Com
pany propose to hao u "palm garden"
planted In suliubto uiiurluts In the
Mongolia, ManchuMn, Koica and 81-
berln. Nona dthcr than Vlcn l'riisl
(Continued on Page 3)
BOOSTING HAWAII NEI
Aloha Temnli was well In tlin fnrn
tn tMU mciiiorublo and magnlllcent pn-
rado that traversed Itochestcr streets.
At hcnduurtcra soiuu one inombur
of Aloha Temple was on hand to dis-
"We distributed tho contents of four
hundred containers of pineapple. Juice,
twenty cases of Hawaiian pines, and,"
lusumed llockus, "we mado u decided
hit with tho ladles by the presentation
nf flflt.on liiinittml limlmlii fniin ,t .,n
ranks of u (list niuraliall In tho great
HANKOW, Chh.a, Sept. 8. Follow-
ing the subsidence of the terrible floods
that caused a loss of life reported to be
100,000, the dreadrl pestilence has made
35,000 MEN; MAY
GO ON STRIKE
tAssocl.ittil l'ri-ss r.ilt.)
CHICAGO, III., Sept. 3. Thirty-five
thousand shopmen on the Illinois Cen-
tral and allied linos were today ordered
to be prepared to strike at any time.
Grave fears are felt that the unionists
And railway officials will not reach an
tAs'tnrliti'il I'ns Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 8 Refined
eugar recorded another sharp advance
on the market toda, going up ten cants
(As-ix-lst,,! IV-s Cil.lo
SEAGIRT, N. J, Sept. 8. The an-
nual Drydcn trophy rifle match was
concluded here today and resulted In
a victory for the
Ohio State team,
which scored 1096.
New York was sec-
end with 103b.
The last wont In coasting steamer
construction has been embodied In
tho new Inter-Island -steamer Klluuea.
"I was agreeably surprised ut tho
progrei.8 mado on tho new vessel up
on my urrlval ut Iho coist shipyards,''
teniarked President and General Man-'
nger'.I. A. Kennedy, who returned
from San 1'iaiiclsco In tho Oceanic
"Tho Kll.iuc.i should ho ready for
Itor ttlal trip by tho latter part of
Oclobor," staled Mr. Kennedy this
morning. "Tho builders have gone
Ahead wllh tho work at n rato which
presages an early completion.
"The1 Kllauea will ho tho first
Htoamor III the lutor-Ishiud service
provided with a decided shijr at tho
bow, one that will Insure tho minimum
nmaunt of water being thlpiied iliir-
lug rough weutlier. This feature
alono means much In tho travel bo-
tween Iho Island ports.
'TpauBCi! upon a number of minor
changes mado lu construction, which
will wortv for tho betterment of tho
vessel," continued Mr. Kennedy.
(Continued on Pag b)
JlltS. ('(IHLII.S IKS IlOOkS.
The Army and Navy Journal says:
''Mrs. Cowles, wife of Iteur Admiral
W. S. Cowles, II, 8. N of Farming-
ton, Conn , und sister of ox-l'resldent
Itoosevelt, has fullllleil a promise
made somo llmo ago hy giving n line
collection of inucii-iiei-ueii boons to
LOW BIDDER ON
'dark ho'sr" In the hlddliu: rnu'ed
one ,,f ii, hliruest iiii-m ts ;itr record. '
L., innstiiiitlun work contracts In'lho llnslirn loticirii tint surprised
t1(! luinls thN morning, nnil 'ua u re-j I ln.se who ln In en IlKurlng on tho
,t flilltul. Ililu llrm In nil prulut-j (untraet, Not n Mini has, belli said
1llit- will pet the half-mlllliin lllln about tho Ilrcnkwiitir compiny, but It
With n bid of M7 n ton, two centa 1' Wood, lru-prrrldeiit f thn com-
n ton only im.lir the IlKiire of th next lufl'. togetlir with his family. Ims
low.st bidder, tho Hreakwut.r Coin-M't, In the Island,. Ill, arrival was
pauy, SlorrH bulldliiK. Philadelphia.! not. .1 wh.n ..- cam.- by the Inst Klerr.i.
fook the honors from nil the loc.,1 ion. I-H '" "l In. was nil
tractors nml others i.k well, wh.n the Intel dlin- bidder on ttfls hnpoilant
sealed t.nders were opened today ut 11 '.rk.
, , ,. ,.. ,, . , . ., ,,..,... I , ..
,, I itii'n Ml .IK' I'ltivf ,u ..ikjvii ti ,iwi.-i,i i Hi's iiiii in, ik, v,i, ,1 (i.-.iiij ii n.'iv
Corps of IIukIhi'ith, U. S A. Tlio Uird-,of inulriilorH Kuthercd In Major Woo-
VmihK lIiiBlneirlm, Company of till, trnV oillie, they noticed n smooth-
city put In a hid o. 2.1r'J u tmf. tltlii-r
pro osnls wen- nine It high) r.. 'twenty i'ur. old, silting calm and lin-
U was not th.i two extraordinarily (Continued on Paqe 3)
SCATTERED OVER TERRITORY
IN LATEST ASSIGNMENT LIST
Announcements this week by the dc- Mrs. Mary A, I.ee, Miss lttrtha Hchef
imrtinint of public Instruction of the H"-. Hoberl Uiw. Mls Christine tlirti,
usslkUUK'iith of teai hers fur thu (inning
y.or hitvo started an icho of the
trouble mouths ago at the Kalthl-wu-
iii.i siliuul. rrlnclpal I M. Cox, Itobirt Iiw und being In receipt of u letter from Chief
lluily lust Juno nine, teachers llli'd Mrs. Angela Mann remain, of thu war- 11. W. Wiley, chief of tho Ilure.iu of
iviluehtH for truiwferenee from this ling fuitluiM that wcic In the school Chemistry of tho United Slates l)f
sihool. It has ten leathers, and nlnu last ear. jpartineiit of Agriculture, In which ho
of Hum wuntiil lo unit. They churged' Miss llirtha Siheltler, who cuiuo htntea that h bus notified all tho con
Irieguhir prumotluii, lack of 'discipline baik from tho Coast today, Is assigned sills In those towim where dales ar
und huk of harmony. 1'rlnclp.il Cox
came hi for somo storing for alleged .
failure to ketp things running smooth-
ly. und honu. of the teuthers said that
Hubert Uiw. cue o' the Instructors, had
a habit of sitting with his feet on his
desk while his pupils wero Indulging
their Idle f unties.
Inspettor UIIisom made an Investiga
tion that then followed a lot of talk of
r. "cliipie." If theie has been n clique.
It seems efficllvely broken up now, for
Superintendent l'ope has scattered tho
teachtrs all bur Ihu Territory.
Thy nine who wanted transfers wero
SANITARY AND MUSICAL AUTO
I On u twenty-flvo thousand mile
tourney, to cocr a goodly portion of
t,0 ghibo, 11. O. Tlhlen, l'rosldont of
tho Ainerucan Saultnry Worki, who
jt New York on April 20th with a
party or specialists to conduct a na-
llonal educational campilgn. n tho
Interests of sanitation, Is an arrlvul
nt Honolulu toduy us a passeiigi'rs
n,c oceaidc liner Sierra
Accompanying Mr. Tlhlen Is a nio-
ior cur which has already covered
more Ihuu ten thousind miles throuxli
)), unitp(i stales and llrlllsh Coliini'
Tho trip fioni New York was mado
uy circuitous route Including sldu
(rp 0f ( iqo to 500 miles branch
B 011t from twenty cities on tho
trunk a ucross Iho continent. When
he started from New York, Mr. Tll-
i,,en inaugurated a motor test of eight
months' duration, involving every
variety of road found lu this country,
ms trip, however, was not without
pXellemeiit and Incidents .that would
BtP t10 t01, ot 10 unaccustomed
No B00XKr iu,i the car urrlvcd heru
low neurit that wrro slilunltted so
iiiuih ns the miexni cteil uiUHMruiice of
iippuirs that for threo wiiks Clmrles
faced joiiiu: num. apparently nliiiuti
Mrs 11 II. Coulter, MUs Olhe Homer,
MNs KIlKjbuth Ilieii, Mrs. li. J.
n( Mrfc Alg(.la Mgll
rie latest usslgnmiiits shuw that
to thu l'ohukiiliiu sibool. Miss OlUe
Horner also goes lo l'ohukulnii. Miss
Christine (ierU goes to Muemae school,
Mls Elizabeth Heen Is suit to the
Itoyul school. Mrs. Mary A. I.cu Is or-'
dered to Ijilinlnu. Mrs. It J. Hull has "issio uers nun no snail nomy tno,
iiult and gone to tho Coast, and Mrs. I"' Importers of tho fact so that
Coulter I, usslgned lo Central Grammar )' can take precautions In the nmt
. . ter, If the rundlttons aro not bettered
"'Mrs.' Mary S. Compton. tho teacher at '" ''"-king centers the dates .nay
tlgurlng prominently In th Hllo High b" dc n d "l vnrloui ports of en
!. . .... .. . , i. ,.. lrv i""l be treated In the sauio niatl-
Kchool row tli.it Ultimately resulted In ' .hi,,,,,,.,,, , , ' , .1
the resignation of rrlnilp.il Itlchmoiid,
does not appear on tho latest list of
teacners. nf wn, noi reappoiiiieo.
than Tlhlen and his 'two companions,
W. O. llalley and (1. W. Slorck. cliauf
fcur, found themsehes up against tho
police department und one of Its re
gulations. Attached to thn nrichlna Is some
thing that hounds like a joung plm
organ, and Its sweet music II lie red
Into police court room this morning.
astonishing everybody from Judga
Monsarrat to ihe prisoners. Couit
stopped temporarily and men .moioi- proximate flguios. 'Thu total retima
tyclu Ofllcer Allien went on tho ti.iil should he $Si),h()0 while tho oxpsmll
of Iho musical nuto. Making a lllng tun-, Including operating expellees,
tacklo, ho BtopiKid tho iiiiichlna and Interest on bunds, not Including tho
Informed Mr, Tlhlen und his com- picsent Territorial Issue, of which.
punlous that they would hato tit putl
tho soft penal on the iiarinuuy, nioy
obeved without protem.
He ploughed through tho mud
swamps ot the Virginia coast region;
battled vvlth the sticky red clay or
the Carnllnas; tussled with tho na
tional highway in tho Illuo Illdgo
mountains during u torrential down
pour when roads were Biibmorged or
wiped away hy washouts, and then
bucked waterhreakers on Iho l'enn-
(Continued on Page 2)
t Axtrlntttt lr" Cililrt .
MONTREAL, Can., Sept. 8-Rud-
yarrt Kipling today cabled a strong pro ' 4r
test against the proposed reciprocity
agreement with the United States.
V- Sept. aHenry Clay Bttle,
charged with the murder o hi. wife by
shooting her at n.ghl with a shotgun
h,l. riding in an automobile with her,
was today convicted of murder in the
first degree. Deattle is alleged to have
been In love with a young girl, Beulah
Oinford, who was a witness at the trial.
GENOESE WORKMEN DIE
IN FALLING BUILDING
(Social li ul I nt In Cn'de.)
GENOA, Italy, Sept. 8. Forty-four
workmen were buried hare today in the
colapse otl a theater building. Seven
bodies have boen recovered.
IS FELT HERE
The spread of the nimemcnt for
pure food on tho mainland has now
reached to the date Industry, Fund
Commissioner lMward II. Dlanchard
l.-eu u"i iiuieaa cleaner lueinous
at" brought Into oguo thero will bo
no Miaraniio iniii ino Hales will Do
" w"' -'irj lino ino uniieu hiaies.
i n mkk. i u-
.,,1 ltd ..ft.' llM.ltf ... fllt, I.....I.... kn.H
refu(!( e ow (o (
t wu8 urt,dlly clorCll,
RATES TO SHOW
After palng all oMr.illng ocnacH,
bonded and redemption (uteres' n sur
plus of $5 SH.M Is estimated for Iho
water and t.ower returns ended lis
ccmber 31, 1'Jll. Tho last six monlhh
finished up with u loss of $0000 for
Iho sower and of u gain for tho wat
er which not only mado this up but
also allotted of $51). 1 1 being carried
Tho estimate for Iho present bIx
mouths is based on thu following np.
200,O0O has been apiimprlated for
tlio wuter und sower works for tho
present, and redemption amounts to
This leaves n balance of $9,836 40
to which must bo added $59,11, iho
balance carried over from 'the hist
term making altogether $1)855.51. From
this has to bo deducted $1000 which
Is Ihe Interest at four ier cuit on
tho Territorial Issuo Just jnado und
of whloji tho $200,000 Is available.
This, leaves u balance ot $5805.51.
the library of riyiiiouiu.