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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLUlUT. H., WEDNE8DAY, OCT. 11, 1911.
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A larco tract of Wnlauao lands In-
cliiilliu! nearly lliieo thousand hitch li'
lielnK denuded of all of its lut'Ko tioes
uccoitllni; to a report which has been
brought to this city today. Tho tructi
known us the Nnnnktill lands, which
fur the p'lst tlilrty carshavc been un
der n lento to the Ifciwsetl estate Is
t-alil will himiii i overt to the Torrllo
Tim ImitlH In ipiestlon occupy nun
of the several lerlllo valleys that lay
along tin; loille of the Oiihil ltullw:ij
and 1-ani) Company line;.
The declaration In made that :i con
tract for wholesale timber cut'iiiKluih
I'ccn entered Into with Matsmunlo, a
Japanese, wliu controls the llawall'iu
Kallastlne; Company lirfnrts aie lie-
IliK Inaile today hy the contract ir In
tenure u force of between ,lly and
fifthly men to, take up work nt W'ala
uac In the cuttliiK of (linher.
The claim Is made that a laiRu
anionnt of the limber consist- of al
It Id understood Ilia the leano on
die lamb which In now held hy the
Dow-sett estate will expire with the
llrst part of Miiich IUIL.
The Ktatenient wiih made IIiIh morn
Iiik that the Umber cutters had done
much work alone that portion of thn
tract that lays near the railroad. The
Japanese contractor la ttudcrHtooil as
ready to market the wood In Iiukc
, CEDERLQF CASE ASKS PROTECTION
(continued Irom P'nge 1) A KOry chinaman, his face. nose,
piipir "Ills mother Is vciy anxious to',, flll, C(,.,t ,i,iekl- covcied
have all the cllpplliKS scut to her." he wl,( ,plml( r1Bh( ,() ,() polcu Ht,(.
mill, "and I think that when mi ae- ,, Illul1llB fl)r protection. Ho
count of (UN win appears It should he ,(lM I)(,lm(y Sm,rlrf mu ,at (mt
...r.-cl. Pint of th story that up- awiUalM),)ys ln,l hit him repeatedly
pcared In the A.lv.-rllT this luornlm: , , fa(.0 ,, ,,, , ,,, Ktor0
was untrue, and Mrs. Ccbrlof Is also shc( ,,. C(( lU th() cmwf ()
pt out about such t hlUKH Lt-liiK print- ,.,nK (lm Kekmiko trccK Afor
.U-when they ... not rlK it. I HnlshlnK their work, they ran away.
Tart ul their ncenun states that ,,,,, ,(( lmvo
M,h .Vderlof when Klvli.ic her ,l- lU.(. f , t
ilcuce yestirday nfternoon said that uf- ,.
ler seeluK the s II,.,: she rcincinbvr-, (f cl,llallail , Ah
id ne.hluK ...ore .Is. Inetly .....I was mechanic employed in
urierHiirds taki li Into the house. This . .,, . ,, ,
.I , , , , . . ,,, ,,.., the Shell Hunt Cnn. y. He sinl
li i i.hsolutely Incorrect. After thu .... ..
... , . ., , ,...1 lis mornliiK that when thu our Ila-
sl.ooilmi she ran to the fence. Jumped .. .... ,, .,
1(1 lltlll lIlO UJillU 11(111 MIU nilFIL" llllll Ul'ft
THEY'RE OFF FOR
oyer It and then uiitt and
iiI'IkIiIio.h. Khe. did not faint, nor was
she carried Into the house, and no such
villi nee was Klven."
It was ruiuiMctl iiromul the Kederal
Court this afternoon that Attorney Ku
uene Muipliy was to apply for a liaheas
ti'irpiin on the ki'ouiiiU II. a( tlie war
ia.it was lllif.nl. us It was sAorn to
l.y United Htales District Attorney
Itolnrt W llreekous, who only urrlved
ollt there lifter II was all over.
'If the liaheas corpus. Is ohtalued Me
Malion 'will he taken out to I,elli-liu:i
n.-.'.ln and,, once there, the army uu
tuorltles tun put litm under arrest for
ir court-. narllal and' the I'Vilcral Court
wlil have no further JiirlsdlellouiiKalnsl
It Is now supposed to he n race be
tween the attorney ami thn mihiiiI Jury.
II. thu attorney e.iu nmli.tKi' to uet Ills
cd up a tuh of water, ho remonstrated
wllh them mid the dKht followed.
Three Irnnspaclllc steamsl.lps Milled
from S.m I'muelsco nhout the noon
liour today with ilestlnailon as Honolulu.
The I'aellle Mall steamer China Is
reported hy ealde to liuvu left the
(.olden Cale at 1:0 IIiIh afternoon.
Tim .Malson Navlmithiii steamer l.ur
llne, with passeiiKers and general
carito, Kot away at 12:30 p. m., while
the American - Hawaiian Xehraskan
with Kcneral cini;o, Is iiImi reported ti
have sailed for the Islands.
It Is presumed Hint the China. Iiclnc
the fastest vessel of the trio, was given
the United States mall for the Islands,
There Is little likelihood of a race
In twee.) the three steamers,, unless
there mlKht he u tryoiit between the
N'eliraskan mid l.iii'llue, whleli are Imlh
III tin; seven -day class.
THEY'LL HAVF. TO
ti itiilh'fillini fnc (In. wrll In lit'fiirit tlm
Jury ,:ets McMahoi. and Imilcls him. It 'l"''."" hdiiK cleared away
l, nil over, hut., on Hie other hiiuil, If
h f.ill.i the IVder.il CiVurt .us him
Attonuy V. A Kinney, for the Oaliu
Sui;ar Company, hud a coiifereuce with
(luveruor.rrear this iiiorulni! on some
of the points that have arisen In con
nection with tliu company's applica
tion for rl::hls of way and the i;ov
eriiuieut's discussion of water I'IkIiIh
Involvd in tie construction of the lih;
Ivoolaii Irrli.tlon tunnel. After the
conference, the (.oven. or said lli.1t the
ently favorable p. ocress.li; lielnif made.
This Is the riK iiml confereiieit thut
has been held litis week.
HEAL EOTATC TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 10, 1911.
ji.rrom lUiCO.a. n' tit ,4:30 p. m.
If,t.tlu Peterson, unit hsh lijlln'uli
Itoac I, Coekett and wf to Win
jVn Meekna , I)
I 'li II Up Jardln anil wf to Union
I.TOH .Vr Kuvs Assu of II Ltd....
ff ilill CIiku
II Wall l house Tr Co I, til to Ham--nil
T K, Chins' " l
TA l.loyd to A T. I.lovd I' A
'rljoin-.oi A l.loyd to Albert H l.loyd
..., , Itatfeu P A
lAtl.-F ' i
P,C Jtinco to lllile K llrnwn.
2185 editorial rooms 2250
lu.iilliCjSx nfllre. These are the tele.
Illume numbers nt Hie It u 1 1 e I I ..'
... (.. ... ... .. t. .. .jn -i. ... at .J. i i,
i:Ule K lllinvil and hsb to P C
Jones II ;
John hemes to M ToiiiliiaKii .... I.
raiiny, SI Hlriiucli by rer Notice
Cntered for Record October 11, 1911.
From 8:30 a. in. to 10:30 a, m.
Kali'.aokahakn (10 In Mrs Mary
Thomas V llolstelu and wf In 1)1 -
.bn Klakoiy I)
Voting Men's Hhvh Koey I. Id to Kl-
Mill M JollllVIHI (i'l
H iT lii'" i'llBit '''VAa
tm h ,u i.-fr ' v.
I lltiiiJ Fall Clothes would be incom- I
I Ifclif mwK plete without our slogan I
I I lli'' wMai "Satisfaction to Yom' Satis- I
I W'-l WlMi faction every tinio, or Youi' I
I WE' W$Mm! Money Back." I
Is awaiting you. Here you'll
see as great a showing of
Men's and Young Men's Fall
Suits and Overcoats as any in
town. Our clothes are the
recognized standard in Men's
Apparel, and any talk of our
Fall Clothes would be incom
plete without our slogan
(Continued from Page 1)
rvel, as there Is no chance of Kcttlnl
the work done b any oilier concern
before the Standald could commence
operations. It seems pulley to the army
ciiKhu'cr to kcI the benefit of the re
duced price rather'than riineel the con
tract mill readvertlse for bios.
rho Htandard toiiip.iuy orlKlnally In
tended to use Its turbine now ut work
ut Pearl Harbor to ilredite the llono-
ulii harbor entrance, but when the
company took over a portion or me
Hawaiian DredKiut; Company's workut
thu former place, no provision was
...aile III the contract for the Willi
IniWnl of the turbine to do the uoik
here. The Hawaiian company Is press
cd for time to complete Its law con
Irnct by December 2.1, and w 111 not even
consider lakliiK the bli.- turbine on thu
Job. Hence tliu deadlock. .
"The Kovernnicnt will net more work
for tliu sumo money under the compro
mise stiKKestoil by Mr. Perry." said
.Major Woolen this iiiornlmf, ''and I In
tend to recommend its ucccptui.ee. In
any eent Hie work could not lie start
ed rlKht away by any oilier company,
and nothing would be kiiIiiciI ty can
celliu: the present contruct. t.f course,
It will hold up the cleurhu- of the
channel for some months burner than
Wo I'Mieeled, lint tills can't lie helped."
President Perry was nun-coniinlltul.
"We'll do iinjtlilnK that the army
euKlneers want us to," said he when
asked what plans his company had for
fiillllllmt Its contract. "AnytliliiKthafs
satisfactory to them Is nurceable to ns."
The contract price for Hie harbor
ilieilitlni! I' lit "!-( ccntH per yard, and
the new price, provided that the tlmu
is extended, will lie 30 cents per yard,
. .P.el U M Damon lo Choy Dan Co L
(leorj'.e Itosti, who haii i;one to the
I'hlllppliies In llio latere:;! of local In
vestors to look oor tffe proposition
ol a 'central" In Han Carlos, Occl-
lIlMll.'ll 'ei'rnl loiq lllfiirlmt.l Hut Phil.
Ipidnp people that the operations of
Hawaiian capi.ai more am entirely
"The materialization of our original
plami depundn enflrely upon the co.i-
dlllons I'ounil at Hint location," lie In
limited as saylni;. "If HiIiiks are an
I elirer.e.ileil. fliell III,, iiiiiimiiiiv itintti
IcccIvIiik such a report will ho leady
I,. .... m1i.....i ii.i.i. .. .,i,iivi ..i. I....
' b-. ..it. .... ,.,,,, .li., i,i,i,,i i.imiit,.
tlowiivcr, nothlUK will ho iloiin for thn
present until the ilecliiiou or thu Ho
nolulu Investors Is made known after
thn receipt of my leport."
W. II. Iimhert, of Hullo met My.
jtoi.H ut .Manila and escorted him ninth
to Hie San Carlos il lot I let. ,
Tliere Is to lie a meitlnir of Hie liar
lor coinniKslon at 'i o'lloik this aft
.'.noon at the Capllol.
. There Is uothluK outside of Iheroii
lliio work .'Xpicleil to be hiotmht up
Allorucy-iielieral I.tudsay Is to send
aloui; the plnpu-ed license foil., be
Vweeu the, Kaliulul Itallroad Conipaiiy
.ml llio ciuiiiiilsuloii
"l'lvo-nluely-Bl BiiRar" wiih llio slo
gan that sent the maiket up toda
anil liiHimeil nmeriil stocks Hint need
ed It, as well aH stimulated sales lo
a considerable ilenrei Por Hie Hist
time In noi.io weeks, there was nov
nrnl times us much 1iii:uk on tho e
iliuiiRO as between hoar.lH.
Olaa was llio popular atock loday.
it fold In blocks of 50, 21), 100, and so
forth, the price IicIiik itnhlu at ''-l-'.O,
a Juuip overnlKhl from $r..7.'.
Kwa rose a iprarler point, tho llnil
(puliation huliiK (31.50, while Mrllrydr
sold mid cloned at $7 even, a Jump
fioni Jil.T", In fuel, all of the stocks
In which llioru Is any Interest showed
tho stimulus of hotter si.';ar prlcea
and the assurance that the tall-cuil
of the crop, now KuttliiK to market
will fclrh IiIkIi llltures.
VAt. 1.111(1 net. " To start n Stnte-
tviit.i ..rr.iri t.i I .rltiir tin. eiuitrnet for a
ilnailiiouclit to 'Mare Island navy yard,
I- II. laavltt, Jo'liua Dale. II. 1
Krcudenbcrtr and Harry Hartley, dele-
f-uli.u fr.itn tin. Viillebi Trailes mill
Uil.nr Council, left for llnkerslleld tills
inornliis? wllh Inslructlons lo brlnirrea
iilntliniH tu that etui before the Slain
Federation of Ij.bor, whleli opened lis
convention tin re today.
Willi Hie adoption of Hie resolutions
by the Stole l'cilcrullon of Uibor the
Vallelu ileleirates bone to luauniirute u
successful movement for u llrst-ctass
California battleship. The resolutions
as drafted are III effect us follows:
That tho hiilldliiK of a battleship at
.Mure IhIuiiiI will be of r.rcat beneilt to
union labor of Hie entire Slate. In the
exploitation II will receive Ihiotmli
sliowlui; the Kaslern linllders what can
bv Iici'oiniillshed at the California Sta
That It will be necessary to obtain
the cooperation of the majority of Con
Kiessiiien and Senators fi on. California
hi the Interest of the camoalen lo ho
conducted ut Hie next session of Con-
That Hie Intlueiice of the American
I'Yil, ration uf Labor slnmbl be obtained
III Hie effort, and that the ill legates
from California to Atlanta nct month
lie instructed to blink" Hie matter bo
fore the national body
Young Hotel Laundry
Work Called For and Delivered
Union and Hotel Street! Phone 1862
-' o I
Hmth'T Michael, treasurer of St.
.Mary's CoIIckc. Oakland, Cab, of which
Institution he wits formerly president,
and president or the christian moth
ers' College of Portland, Die, died ut
Oakland of heart trouble He was f'"
yean, old and a native of Cork, Ire.
New Wash Skirts
TRYING TO BEAT
WAHIIINHTON. D. '. Oct. a - Tho
task of atlenipllni: lo pill an end to
all Initiative anil referendum leejsla.
tiou In this country benan today In the
Supreme Court of HiuUnlteil Stales.
.Counsel for the Paclllc Stales Tele
phone u.iil Toleiuapli company Hied a
brief ntlaekl.n; u luxlntc law of Ore
gon because It was enacted under nil
li)llatle clause of llio Slate constitu
tion, wlilcli Is alleged lo be In .violation
of the Federal constitution.
It Is tinted that the faltiuo of the
company to have a hearlm; before the
ralsliiK of Its taxes by the Initiative
method placed It at u disadvantage
Willi otliers taxed after lieluK heard hy
Hut State I.eKlslature. In tills way. It
was claimed, eipial. protection of the
laws was denied.
A Full and Complete Line
All the Latest Shapes
Tho sanitary commission will inako
the lour of tho clly dairies this "f.t
1 1 noon that was. aniouiicoiBntuo,,tlm
0pp. the Convent
..i,.-wic .nisi uatk.it.jii'