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Mnkura , September 12
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
(Associated Press Cable.)
NEWPORT, R. I., Sept. 9. Colonel
John Jacob Attor arid Mill Madeline
Force, tne announcement or wnose ap-1
proacning nuptiaia created a storm ot
protest, particularly In the EpUcopal
church, were married today by a re
tired Baptist minister who ia now a
Tho protcatH ngnlnst tho Astor-Torco
iilllanco urosc because of tho already
uusntory rnurltnl record of Colonel As
tor and the disparity In uges between
blinsclf mid Miss Porto.
, PLAYERS WIN
(Special Ru lie tin Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 9. In the
international tennir ainglea today, 'W,
A. Lamed,- AmariearijBhampton, and
Maurice MoLoughlin, The California
crack, ware bath successful, defeating;
Dixon and 'Lowe, of the English team.)
HARVARD'TENNIS PLAYER '
. - WINS'TITLE FROM YALE
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Sept. 9. E.
H. Whitney of Harvard defeated H.
Mann of Yale today in the intercol
legiate singles tennla championship
SPAIN SENDS MORE
TROOPS TO MOROCCO
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MADRID, 8pain, 8ept. 9. Five thou
sand more troopa have bean ordered
to Morocco by Spain on account of
tho threatened international imbroglio
ON MANY LINES
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Sept. 9
The great strike on the Harrlman lines
is still undecided. Thoconferencea are
QUAKES IN NEW MEXICO
(hdmIiI Bulletin Cabin.)
SANTA FE, N. M, Sept. 9 Three
harp earthquakes were felt here to
TO HELP HOME
ChnrloH Wilcox, County Auditor
fori Maid, arrjved In town today In
pcarch of a lawyer..
Mr. Wilcox Ib not on County busi
ness this llnie. IIo Is noting as agent
for tho poopln, on Maul who bought
homestead lots on which tho lease- had
not cxpliud. nnd who aro now vory
much excited because tho algotoM
Ireos nro being cut oft by tho leBtore.
Mr. Wlltox says tho Governor said
tho property waB valuable because of
tho wood on H, Somo say that Ib
why tho homesteaders paid high
prices for tho land. Anyway Wilcox
Is down hero to get tho wheels of tho
law working on the side of hla. frlenda
the liomesten'ilers, If possible. Rvers
thlng Ib moving In tho other direction
ALL STIRRED UP
OVER HILO BIDS
Local contracto-s, bidders nnil non-
bidden on the Illlo breakwater Job.nro
Imli,nB u strong effort In putting for
ward the bid of Hie Lord-Young Un
Iglnocrlng Company for tho hnlf-tnll-
llon-dnllnr contract. Tito opening ot
tho bids jesterday, Willi tho sudden
appearance- of tho llrcnkwutcr coin-
pany of Philadelphia at 11 (Inure two
cents below tho I.ord-Young tender,
Marled 11 motement among somo bus!-
ncss iihcn hero Hint may result In a
protest on tho Urcukuntcr company's
The Lord-Young rcprcsentntltesthls
morning declined to discuss the mat- tho work nt n llgiiro which will loso
ter, but K. J. Lord held 11 conference It many thousand dollars However,
with Major Woolen of the nrmy en- that Is be! lewd to bo only tho first
glncers office, at which It Is undcr-'mnvo In n ilollnllc cnmpulmi that the
stood some of tho points In. tho mat- big Eastern concern will enrry on for
ter wero discussed. Hawaiian bunlness, nnd It Is taken'for
pthcr contractors tako the attltudo irrnnted tiint once having gnlned n foot
that the Philadelphia comiMny Ims put i,old nnd assembled 11 big plant hero,
1)1 a bid at whlc.li It can not posslblr the company will try to underbid ev
ilo the work, nnd that If if Is iicicpted,eryonnelsc' on' theother breiikwutcr
ino nrwiKuaier win po uuut
at a loa
JAPANESE COMING ON NEW LINER
SHUNYO MARWEBRATION ON
Japanoso from all over tlio Island cossful, in Bucli boats as tho LtiBltanla
of Onliu, to tha number of many thou- and tho Mnttrctanla, tho Chljo Mnru
Hands, will jnako the vicinity of Ala- and tho Tonyo Mnru, to say nothing
ken wharf a pentral place of moot- of the success met with In ships of
Ing tomorrow during tho stay of the wnr, thls'class of propulsion Is being
new nnd 'palatial Tcnyo Klsen Kal
shn liner Shuno Mnru at Honolulu.
The prosenco of Pie'sldent Asano
o tho big Japanese Btcamshtp lino,
on iKiard that j,vascl, nnd also tho
fact that tlio, liner Is making a1 maldon
vmago (o this irl, will provo sum
ctent Incentlve'to cause a big delega
tion of Nipponese subjects to extend
greetings. Scores. of power and sail
driven sampans are being decoratod
for tho occasion and tho ocean go
ing leviathan steaming majtstlcnlly
through tho channel flanked on cither
tide by tho bedecked nuhln'g ftcot, will
afford a spectacle not soon to bo for
gotten, A big exhibition of pictures
que day flro workB will bo sont heav
enward as tho liner comes alongside
tho wharf. Tho reception between
two and five o'clock tomorrow after
noon will attract thousands to tho
Two years, or inoro spent In tho
construction of the palatial Shlnyo
Mnru are found not in vain. Long
beforo tho keel of the big liner was
laid at Mltsu Dlshi Dockyatd at Naga
saki, the builders scanned tho ship
building centers of tho world for now
,and up-to-dato Idens.
Tho exportonce gained from the
voyages of tho Tonyo nnd Chlyo has
now boen utilised by the T. K, K ,
and In their now ship, tho Shlnyo
Mnru, now on the way from Yoko
hama to Honolulu nnd Ban Francisco
on her maiden voyage, the faults that
wore found In the two earlier ships
have been remedied, and added to this
every specialty that other companies
nnd Introduced has been copied nnd
lmproed upon In the Shlnyo
From pnsscngers in tho Unltod
States Army transport Logan, which
called nt Honolulu but a fow dnys
ago, and who witnessed the trial trip
of the Shlnyo Mam, the vossel Is
swift as well as safe The vossel has
11 speed of twenty-one knots, although
that spoed will not be normal I x main
tained on her oyago. She Is a 14,000
ton steamer, with n displacement of
As turbine engines have proed sue-
nnd perhaps Its loiislructlon delated
una Komo talk tndny Hint the
winning bidder tt'j'ild probably buy tlio
Lord-Young coinp.iu's plant lit Illlo,
tthlih M now engaged In building tho
second section of 1110" breakwater, but
mombirs pf tho firm said today Hint
no negotiation bate Jit been ct tered
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Into and It r doubtful If any will,
T)0 , I)() 1(m p )la Ktrrei ()t Illy
the ,uo nf contractors, but many
luisincsH Interests as well
The riillndclpliln coinp.my Is freely
ndmlttcd to bin a slipped something
oer on, nil the oilier contractors, but
In doing so, cxp rts 'altge. has taken
-work, particularly at Hllo.
relied upon for the Shlnyo Mam, nndi
the tossol on her trial trip dotolopcd
n annoil nt tuonli.nnn knots. Tn oh -
O'BRIEN AND NOTED
tain this iato threo propoliorB aio section Director, U H Weather Hurenu. commission.
used, and steam Is deteloped In thlr-l . m II W,,H "T, , Tn n? ,'
teen boilers. Seventeen thousand! Prlpco Henry of Hcus. died of heart pany would thus mnko 10,QOQ on tio
horsepower Is needed to get this great" failure on a train en louto to Had deal, but tho existence of -ucli an op
(Continued on Pago 7) Klsslngcn. (Continued on Pago,3)
Ads. and Courage Quickly Build
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 191
Plans Considered By Harbor
Commission For Elevator
Member!) of tlio harlni commission
Etc considering plans for tho erection!
of a great sugir-ri ntojnr on tho site
nf tho prosont Inter-lB'niid wimrt 1
nnd tho establishment of a govern
ment opern'c.l plnnt for htndllng'
sugar from ldantatlntis to the sugar
vessels. Together with this, they are
also considering plans for having tho
Oahu llallwayriin n spur traoi nround
to tho cfty sldo rf Hit? harbor, gllns
access to the docks on tills sldo as
well ns tho other nnd thus fncilltnt-i
Ing thu movement of freight. I
Tho plans nro an outgrowth, of the
dlfllcultlcH cncounlcrr-il bj tho com-i
.llaolnf. In iiMnltllilUln In unllfn tl.A .
. to, caii'i, ii niui.ti.iiir, ... nwi.u 1110 j
J freight problem hero. Tho problem
has not been Bolvcd b thoi sugges
tions of the scclal business 'men's
committee concerning freight nnd
commerce regulations, for tho uclti.il
carrying of these regulations Into ef
fect Is the hardest pait of It. '
Thu commission will meet next
'week to mnko final adoption on I'b,
rules, and from Indications today, the,
proposals of tho r.vrjl committed of
business mon,.dpdnrFeh)- iho'cham-"
ber'of commerce- and thn merchants'!
association,! will bo iargcly accepted. J
Tbc.conimlsslonors sar that llttlo dif
ference 1 exists In tho final result of "
luurmi'H uiuy nun pruM,vuuM munu
put, forward by the business Interests,
nnd that minor differences 1' can be
What the commission Is now nfter,
according to members,, is somo more
rapid system of hnndllng sugar Into
vessels and keeping It from accumu
lating on tho local docks. This has
led to the suggestion for a govern
ment owned and op;ratcd conveyor,
along the lines of that In use on tho
Aiiiuricau-iiawaiian wnuu, iiuu lur
Inci cased truclingo on tho front. A
feo would bo charged by the Terri
tory for handling tho sugar, tho In
come being used to put tho elevator
on n self-supporting basis.
Tho pi, i us have not jet taken defin
ite shape, and before thoy can bo
carried out the Inter-Island company
must bo taken care of in tho way of
now tvliarfngo room before tho pros
cnt wharf can bo glvon up.
SAN rflANCIHCO, fill, Kept 8
Meets; 88 nnabsls, 18s.; parity, 5 87c.
Previous quotation, 17H. 11 l-2d.
tt Manager Pfotenhauer of II. tt
H nucHiuin t.u. iin.-i-iiri.-ii iwi-
this morning from Mr. tt
tt Hackfeld who Is residing In Oer- tt
U many. Mr. Hackfeld states that tl
It tho weather throughout tho coun- tt
t tvti la allll d-u un.l llin hnnt prtlri ft
vj , Bv.,, w,j, .,,, ,
tt will bo far boluw tho avorage.
Temperatures 0 n. m., 74; 8 a. m,
79; 10 a. in., 79; noon, 81;' morning
Uaromcter. 8 a. in, 29 98; ubsoluto
humidity, 8 i m , s 107 grains per cublo
Toot; rtlatlto humidity. 8 u in, 01 per
tent; dew point, 8 iu m, 61.
Wind 0 a in, teloelty 9, direction
NK : 8 a. in. ttloclty C, direction K;
10 ii, m. velocity ,9, direction NK ;
noon, velocity 12, direction NH.
Hnlnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m , ,09 Inch.
Total wind incitement during 24 hours
ended nt noon, 2i7 miles.
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Taft. bus accipted an Imitation to
scale, or try to scale, Mount Itnlnlcr,
In the State of Washington, il few
weeks from now Alien ho reaches thnt
point In his present trnnsuintliieutul
tmr T,u) lnounl, llt Hi5.0 fcct ,,,
land Its peak Is nhntit, 10,000 fcct aboto
PLANTATION LABOR SHORTAGE;
OTHER WORKTAKES MANY MEN
Omeral development work In tho Is- "Tho development work now' going on
lands nnd thn growth of new Indus-1 In ,tho Islands has undoubtedly had Its
tries Is treating, n demand for .labor 'etTi-ct on 'tlio labor situation," said 5lr,
that Is larKcly responsible for, tha Ivors. "ilnul'H Inbor conditions nro
present lhreattii'l yhortagc.
On all of j
thn Islands nui'.'pt Maul, plnntntlonb mnuo demand. Iho' trakwnter nml
aro shprt-liaudol, rot so irticli fur tbojrallroad cunstructlnn work nro taking
present for the next season. linanj labdreis, an 1 tho dctclopment of
C'lialnnaii r.lilmrd Iters of tlmnoard, tho plneappbi Indvistrj generally has
of Immigration, who has been up on also been a factor
Maul for a business trip, returned on "Tho Ininilrrant-rceriiltlng now go
the Manna Kea this morning. Ho con-1 Ing on through the board Is progrcss
llrmed tho oMluslto story printed by Ing well, nnd we expect tp hate un-
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effect that tlio Hoard of Immigration
iixpetts to bring another shipload ot
Immigrant, to tho Islands almost tin-'
medlatily nftir the Wlllesden, tho ship
,,n.l duiHpr nrrlis Thesii
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two, ne iniui.H, win go iar inwiini sup-
pl lug tho present labor dt maud.
A rumor that' the? Hepry Wator-
hnuso Trust Company li.ld scruied (in
option for 90,u00 on tho Until street
properly for which Siillltan &. Itutkloj,
t)n ,m)lfrKi ,0 Usklng $100,000 from
the Tcrrltnt III enso Illshop street Is
tut through, was discussed this morn
ing at u meeting ot tho Illshop strut
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tlm surrounding (tountry
In case tho
'President sauced In tllmblng to tho
top ho will bate pcrforuud a feat In
stn nuousness not parallel! d even by
Colonel Itoosetelt The President will
be accompanied on Ills illmb by voiuo
of the noted mountaineers of tho
Hawaii thero exists
tessel nrrlto almost
Immediately nfter the wlllesdeu tomes,
Thn laborers brought by Vjeso two will
help out tho situation materially."
Mr Iters comments on thu splendid
condition of next )enr'i sugar nop
from what ho saw on tho Maul plan
tations. '"Iho enmr looks line," luisays.
V e a w,V , n,.l down'to
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TiKigood, thu man who killed hla wlfo
1....... ,n.. .. It.n.i,.. ...nro. lo llirt
nml placed tlio body In u hack.
morning b) Judgo ilcmy
1 Pi-. nn.tr
tn the criminal court.
The Toirllotl.il grand Jury liiought
In a teidlct of mansliiughtur and Too
!-. (Mil. -v
good pleaded guilty to that charge
this morning It all depends on his
bchntlnr us to how long tho houtence.
tlll lie. but ten tears hns to bo sort
oil Tor reitnln
Tlio Clinch case comes up before
Jury Monday. Garcia is nccused
having Ulllcd a uum at, Kahuku.
Some men ars satisfied to gat a llv-
ing out of their business. Otheia ad- vm
vertise and not merely make a living, H
but create a good-will value which can rJB
be told on the open market for a 'flj
PRICE 5 CENTS. J
(Assoelatnl l'r r-.lblf.)
WASHINGTON, D. Cm Sept. 9. Ae;
cording to1 news received hero by the
State Department, anti-foreign placarda
ere being potted In the city of Changtu
and the surrounding country, calling
upon the natives to drive out the for
eigners. Greve report! from many
parts of tho empire have been received
and violence to foreigners is threaten
ed at any time.
POOR BILL LANG
(Associated Irene CabliO
SYDNEY, N. 8. W 8ept. '! (
Lester of Cle Elum, 8tate of Washing
ton, today was given the decision over1
Bill Lang at tha end of twenty rounds
of battling for the championship of
Lister Is A )oung, fighter who hai)s
iHesifln the ring Ksh than two jours',
iiji jiriiLtlially a, notice at .tbo,garQe.wi1
JIM victory 'over l.aiig toilflj- make iilin' n
a lUBiciu ciiunu4i' iir u
dliamplpn Jaik Jnlmson.
ipliinr-niut went to Australia a few
months ago. He' lost to Lang on a
foul In their first battle, going to tho
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ynumhti out by Tommy Hurns, ?Vj
rnxr.) mmn m
(AssocliiteO Presn Cable.)
NEW, YORK, NY., 8erjt. 9. Refjn,ed .,
sugar advanced aTiStlteirtai centa, eb ij
tho market tiffiyljj ', f t ' J I j J
FRENCH F0QD RIOTr,
:in.nrjuuy niii r, tiy
, H SEQUS BESULT?,y ,
(Associated Prraa Cabla.)
BREST, France, -Sept. 9. Forty peo
ple were injured in a fierce conflict be
tween the troops and a mob demand
ing cheaper food. -
COOKE MAY HEAD
A. & B. IN FEW
J. V. Cooke, second tlce-prcsldont
and manager of Alexander ft Hall- T
win, will In all probability- head thi v t.
big firm, taking thm pUicomada van-
nut by the death of tho Into II, P.
Illrcctois of tho company will hold
n meeting next Monday atternoon,
and It Is considered practically cer
tain that Mr. Cnoko will bo elee'ed
president, although no announcement
his been uiado and any definite state
ment now Is premature. Tho Indira'-
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