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From San Franelseoi
For San Franelseoi
Kcnlandla ....... .....November
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
Willi tin- news thnt prominent So-
Mile business men urc luliliid liluns
lor establishing n icmilar stiuinshlpj
strvlcu between Keultlu ulul Honolulu,
Htcrutuiy II. I'. Wood ut the Hawaii
l'lumutioii Committee, iin.l chairman of
tliu Hawaii exposition cuunnlltci', re-
turned hint elililntf rrom Ids Coast
Tliat Keultlu Is In earnest III Hi"
plaiis for icgulnr steamer service heiu
Is t-ilduiccd by the i bartering of tliu
.Ma I. 1.111 liner llonoliilan for 11 Hieclal
trip, of whk'li iiiiiiuunccmeiit Iiiih ul
na. ly ht en made.
"This special trip Is not an excur
kIoii," Mild Mr. Wood this morning; "It
Is H10 beginning of all organized effuit
to get u reKiilar service tii Hawaii. l!i
Kealtlu Chamber of Coninienu Is liaels
lnif tliu elTort and It was HirouKli tliu
chanilitr Hint tliu steiuner Is thai tend.
"Tliu llonoliilan will lirliiK not only
Chamlier of Cuiimii-rvu men, hut repr
i.elitatho liiisluess men Kelierully. C0111
inltteeH have liven uppolnteil which lire,
huo'tlnB tliu Idea. Ill fuet, Seattle Is
leuliiK n.itlllim' undone to get tliu es-
talillHliment of the service, anil
ili.iilerliiK of Hie llomiluluii Is to 1
trial ol iwhaUcan ImiJuiiu In the pas1
Big Tourist Season Coming.
.111 .... ,,,,.1 .in...n ihA Cii..i Mr. Wnn.l
founil plentiful Indications that Ha-
wall Is rnli-rluK tho lilKKest season for
tourist H.illlo III tho history of tliu Is-,
(Continued on Pag 4)
-Tliu Mukeo Sugar Company, through
rleiiator Kuliihlld, is 111'BotlatliiK with
ihu Ttriltory for tliu lease of about d,
1'uu aiies hi the Kapaa district. Tliu
liuiils aro those of Auaholii and Kama
lomalo. Tho Uowrnur Is pripailiiK u
loiiuh form of auieeinelit that Is to lie
sent to tliu .Senator for his uppiovul,
and after tlu-y huvo arrived at soiuii
ilellnlte plan tliu matter will lie put up
to Hie land hoard for approval.
'Ihu f 01 111 of lease is dllTtieut from
1111MI1I11K that has yet been Issued III
Hie Tcirltory, and Ihu Kcncrnl Idea Is
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...:H,,im.i,e,,;ir,H, ouo. I
,.. v,.!,,.. ,.r ,.!.....( j.joiKiii or ir..nou.
1111.1 It Is Ihu Idea of tho aovernor, per- pioplo who have been tiymu to hiii
Imps, to let these stand Instead of relit, tliu ('(immunity lip UK.ilnst the coin
After the rent has amounted to this n,Ki,uu was the outcome- of ll two-
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HKtire, 1110 yuinpany may uisu mo iun..
on 11 iiish basis; that is, if It Is not
r . ...''"..; . ..: . r , r,V .
..-..! . ... tii.,., fMxmm llAlllALjls.fllffttlF
ti.., i use. thu comiiani- must diaw out
mill allow the hunicsteaders to
In. Aiiiuiib tho Improvements
bo put In Is an Irrlirutlon
At thu present tlmo thu roV-
erninent water entera tho land erylow
down and over half of It can not bu
'lirlKated from this course. When tho
new system Hues In It will mean that
nil Hie laud can bu IrrlKated by litiv
ernment water and thus It will bo
niadu more valuable for lioinesteadliiK
later on. ' I
nil. .... ....... ..lA..l,,inc tl.ni If drill
tuko about four or llvo years for thu
lent mid thu vuluo of thu Improve,
i.i.niH in win It out evenly. The com-
pany will then bu allowed thu land
until It can Inku off thu rutoon crop
or inn nisi plant crop pin in neioro mo
reiuni iiroao oven wuu me niipiovu-
illstrlct, UI1IS7 ucres of second class
ii ml 1CSG71 of pastiiru laud. Thertinro
also 3S.I acres of land fur reservoir
purposes, making u total of 3233.11
Tho company has D00 acres of It un
der cane on u short lease at tho pris
on! time. Tho land lies thu other sldo
i.r the suuar mill fiooi tbn 7T.0
recently taken up, ovi r which eonsld-
eiujili! discussion urose.
Tlierii aro SOU 03 acres of what Is inasmuch as uiu niiiiier mo nuoi.i
knnwn as ilrst-cluss enno land for tho Hon has none Into tho iiuesllon, Ihu
RY P S Al RFRT
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. (Special It u 1 1 l I n Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 12.
Secretary of the Interior Fisher has re-
turned from his Alaska. trip and is now
at work on the matters that have piled
up during his absence.
The secretary at first decided to take
up the charges In the routine way,
would have been in about four
Dredging Contract To
The Hawaiian DredglnK ronipany
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l.iilul hnrlor ilie.lKl.,B p.oj.et. whe,.
pioposalH weie opeiieil III tin- iillk'B of
Mujor Woolen, the army einilneer In
i-linruv of tliu work, this iiiornliiB.
Them were only two bl.lileis. tho
Ktanilaid American DrtilKiui; to. Iielnir
The IlKiires of the DlllliiKliaiu con-
oern 1110 f.ll cents Hal per yanl, wlillo "'u would pioli.iMy stint opeiallons
Hie Stamlaiil'H l.l.l was r.'l 1-4 cents, on ,tie noriheasl side of the Inner liar.
Tliu bids will liu none ovir t'liu fully l.or, llmmltiK up the necessary pio
lor any possllilu Irr. uul.il Itl.H, hut on leclloii 011 tliu sea side and then woi li
the surface of tliu two proposals tliu liu; out as the LreuKwalir adialices"
Hawaiian company will i:el tliu woik. The securities offered hy the lluwal
One hundred ami fifty UioiimiiuI dul- I. in Iiri-ilKlK ('o. nre J. A. Parker and
lars Is nvallal.le. lint It Is estimated I,. A Thurston.
Hint in,00(l of this will lie meiled to One year Is tho tlmo allowed for tho
defrav the cost of Inspection, itc, so completion of tliu contlact after op
that onlv J13.1.01.U will ho nvallal.le for eratlons aro coniiiienied, which unlit
Hie actual drilling At the IH:uro bid
thls sum will pay for the rt iiioval of
AHEMPTED "STAMPEDE" ON BELT
ROAD MAHER IS BADLY BEATEN
Coiiflilcnco In Hie O.ilnt loan fund ntlltiulo lias rroved, It Is prubahlo that
commission, belief that Itn estimate.' ' federation will not p on record
r ou- Sn.inn for H.o tlvo-1"1 ". n"",8t ,l10 '"''"I"8""'. '
'. ' t T-"t --
lt)n0 llcela beach strip Is Justified III!
view of tho .ese.,t and future c..ii -
dltlons, and u U iikIiis luhiiko to lliujall pu-sent hcemed to feel that tho
lolu, ieeinB 0f tliu Civic Keduratloil
ji'sterduy alteruooii, dmluK which the
hel.-road contract matter was thrash
id out pro and con.
Incidentally, thu committee on
narks, stieels and public wins, which
... i., wiii. .. ,usoiitluu iiiotesllliB
. ,, , ,10 ..c,i.m of ,i10 cmminsUin,
was told lo b iiml net more facts
mid IIkiiics to picBUit. Tho federa
tion ineinbers, with one or two e
cupilous, weiu not at till satlsllc.l
that they had authliiB liltu euoiiKli
lacts to woik on.
The niectliiB was atletided by scuiw
-''"; "einbers but as I was nil
executive connullleo session, only
uNecutivo coinmltleo niemhers wuro
allowed to vulo lly n viilu of lour
((, tw0( tl0 coiiimltloa tefened Urn
luck to Its stiucts com-
mlttfc to secuiu tuoro adcipi.ilo fads,
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mote wlso the loan fund coniiiilsslnu'sl
VENIRE OF CITIZENS
I JAILED AT LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES, Col., Oct. 12 The
venue from which jurors aio ucing se
lestod for the McNanmra trial has been
locked up for eafo keeping.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
CHARGES TAKEN UP
lUays, but later changed hit mind and
toon tnem up at once, no win oncost
them wjtll Pr(,!dent Taft upon the
tatter's return from his trip,
A letter has been sent to Delegate
Kuhlo acknowledging tho receipt of the
charges, but without comment.
C. 8. ALBEHT.
The gixi or mo enurges mis aircauy
been made pulille liy the II 11 1 let 1 11
210,000 oiilile yards, out of Clip UM.ono
lards esllinated fur the project
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ri.iviiiiu w K-l l'.,' ."iiii.'t. ....,
Wtllt.r ,,H)llKlln ,,8 llllirriB ,.
t ,(,.llmi, Known that his Unit was
tho lowest hldiltr, "wo IlKdri- to liei;ln
work (ilioiit Hilt llrst of the sear. Il
Hait tlmo we li.ipo to hale tliu
Harhor lontiact cleane
up, anil this
allow Ihu transfir of all our
dieilKlntf rl to Kaliiilul.
l.e within sixty days after tho roriual
lellini; of the contract
lo critlclm its
many seciet sessions,
of executive sessions
wa. sharply criticised jeslerday, and.v -
coininlsslou should not transact so
much business behind closed doors.
Hut, while not ttplioldliii; the com
mission In this, thu Toleration wus not
willing In, bo on record In thu hult
i i i . ,i ,
McCI.es.iey, clitilrmau of ll n
coiuiuitteo, gavo n very fulri
statement as to thoplntis
road, saying that thu
for tho belt
latest estimate, for the entire system
Is $27-1,125, some $27(101) over the ori
ginal estimate HoHirlliiK for tho
committee, ho said that thu commit
tco belluved, In view of the many oth
er needs for county funds, that tho
road was too expensive at this time,
and pi cseiiteil Ihu following protest
Irom the couimitteu; j
Hesolved, That tho clvle federation
of Iiouolulu, at a regular meeting of
thu executive committee mid iiiem-
hers, heroby piotest against tho loan
fund comiulsslou exceeding tho avail-
iililo funds In the construction of the
belt load, and urges that all bids bu
(Continued on Paqe 3)
TO BE HONORED
SALEM, Ore, Oct. 12. President
Taft promised the citizens of this city
that the old battleship Orenon should
be tho first ship to pass through the
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911.
JOB TO MAINLANDERS
omimnciiiu, i.ai, uti, i-buu
Horticulturist Jeffrey l,at cabled a
quarantine order on bananas and pine-
apples at Honolulu. E. K. Carncs, the
expert insectarian who has just re-
,turned from an investigation of the
ravages of' the Mediterranean fruit fly
in the Islands, reports that stringent
masur. against me ny are necessary,
I The above calileKraiu coiillrms the
exclusive Information published sev-
t-rni nays iiuo 111 liu- 1111 1 leii 11 as 10
Ihu measures llkt-l) lo he ailopled hy
('allfoilila to 1,-uui.l acaiiiKl Hie fruit
BIG BALL GAMES
'army eiiKliie,-r heail.iuarti r.
NEW,YOnKUN1'' y" Oct',,''l2 So' "W,lM" ' ,,l,v,' '""' "" "tH.-ll ti.hlc.s
great was th.e rusltor ticksts for tho
opening gamo of the world's cham
pionship series between New York and
Philadelphia that a crowd, after wait
ing all night, stormed the ball club't
office this morning.
(Ki.cl.il nullntln ruble-
TOLEDO, 0.. Oct. 12. The General
fltectric Company and forty subcom
panics have lost tho suit brought
against them under the anti-trust law.
The National Electric Lamp Company
ana lony suosiuiaries are oraerea ais-
( Assnelnti'd Press Cable.)
BAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 12.
'man's suffrage in California Is leading
Late election returns show that wo
by 1400 votes and is believed to have
ANXIOUS TO QUIT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 12
President Gampcrs of the American
Federation of Labor, John Mitchell and
Secretary Frank Morrison today petl-
iiwiivu m ViVui t iw uiaitnaa iiv twii"
, n iut ihtm
, m, ,
inmr4 IUm .,. Wl.nl.. 1. a .
itai iitir. ctadt
" HL,HI''1,1ir-rVinls . ..r.. ..
TRIPOLI, Oct. 12. Nineteen Italian
trantports have arrived and an ad
vance into the interior it ordered.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 12. It it
declared here that peace Is near.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct.
12. A conflict is feared upon the con
vening of Parliament. The situation
There will bu a Iranspoit dance at
the .Minuet Hotel this evening. Army
and Navy and buclclv folk nre coidlal-
I) Invited A Hawaiian iiulntet will
I play dining thu dinner hour,
WOMEN TO VOTE
the Merchant's Side
DV P C fllRCHT
(Hi-rlal Hn I le till t able )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 12. The
Breakwater Company of Philadelphia
ji( ,ttn awarded the contract for the
H,l breakwater, on which a protest
was made by the Lord-Young Engln-
Gen. William H. Bixby, chief of en-,
gineers, U. S. A, recommended that the
bid of the Philadelphia company be ac-
cepted and Secretary of War St mson
approved the recommendation. The
action, it Is stated, It final.
The protest of the Lord-Young com-
pany was Investigated, but the depart-
ment held that the Informalities at- family In he loeiiled hero for a )ear
leged did not invalidate the bid of the The llnakwaler coiiipiuy bid K 17
Breakwater company, and it was de- 11 Ion for pulllnc In tho llilo break
dared in the interest of the company water The I ortl-VomiK lomp.iiiv'H l.hl
to accept the Philadelphia offer.
Cum lliln.lil iipprual of the bid of
tho llreakwater I'oiiipauy of I'hlladil-
phla was by 110 inetius unexpected at
PAVEMENT OF KING STREET
CONSIDERED BY SOLONS
foriHiralloiiH which lnuo to do will',
public utilities will bu rt'iiiuHtoil tu
Kilo pioiupt attention 10 their pin
lieiiy anil 1 1 tlit of way nlune that
port lo ti of KIiik Hlrcut exteiidltiKfroi.i
Niiiiaim to the river. Supcrvlsur Mur
ray has come forward with the. nr.-
nuiinrtmi'iil that tliu my anil roillity
supcrtlsors arc ready to ask fur tor-
,,,, ror. , )U emi-iit of tills sccllull
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Under the direction of City ami j;rareful Kyrutlous of one of tliu "Sul
Coiuity I'iKlueer (leio. plins and tan's I'.norltes" at 11 local thcntiu.
I'peclflcatloiiH ure under preparation Cliulrinun Dwlglit of the load cont
ain! will soon bu ready for Ihu Inspec- mlttce proisiseil an exchange of land
Hon of pumpectlvu bidders for this with Mrs. Mary K. Clark which pro
work, .petty would assist In tliu wlilcnliii;
The blue prints call for 11 litiinhor of upier Manila load,
of minor chances In Ihu contour of) Chairman Kroner of the health
Ihu stieet as well us tliu establish- coiiiiullleu fawns the city clerk enler
luent of new crades. jinn Into neKotlaltoiiH with the 1111111I-
M array staled Unit It was Hie wish clpal ioieruinculs of the cither Isl-
"r "" eammlttce that Ihu public iilM-
Hies bu ptepaifil to maku whatever
thatiges they deemed necessary win- many Instances arc jiersons who hao
out further delay Alter thu puu- but iccently arrived from other coiin
uieut Is oncu laid It Is not tho liiten- ties. It Is hoped Hint somu silisfao-
""" "lal " H,"M,I,I ,,e ,or" lm fr "l0
jrelnyhiK of pipes or coiuliilts. I
Thu paviiiK of Klin; stieot Is pro-
PERMANENT EXHIBIT FOR HAWAII
AT EXPOSITION IS FAVORED
Hawaii's exlill.lt at the I'aiianin-I'.i be p.-rnuiiu lit. and on n scale of real
cillu Imposition will b a permanent
one, ir the wishes or inu oxposiiion "in new or nils lucl. I eel lliai
management, as well as uf Chairman Hawaii's marine exhibit should pr. di
ll 1' Wood and John Hughes, ini'in ably bu put In u sectluu In the gen
btrs of I he Hawaiian commlssluu who irul aiiiiirlum, as It will bo more ef
liuvti been to San Kranclsco, art) con- lecllvo there." said Mr. Wood this
Mr Wood, who r. turned last night, It II Hall Is head of the fiimmlt
from ii trip taken principally to luuk Ito on exhibits, and commissioners will
over uxpiciillou plans, says Hint Hawaii bo suit nil over tho woild securing dls
1 m ill bo given a splendid sit.) for Its plays from evtry lounlry on the globe
building. Thu exposition management Frank I, ' llrnwn. head of tho publlcltv
Is prepared lo give thn best of -ory-l woik, was Mr Wood's host at several
thing to this Territory luiichtiins, and Hawaii Is assured uf
Olio feature particularly taken up by Mr Ilruwu's heartiest erfurts to haiidlu
Mr Wood was that of an ii'iuarliiin. the promotion lllji'atnie of tho i'.rrl
lle found out that thu exposition Is go- tory wherever exposition lltiraturu
lug to cuiiKlriitt an luiuarlum that will gnes
tlrnllox cameras, No, II and No. a.
Special Kidding Pocket Kodaks Speed
Kodaks. High grudii lenses and shut-
tirs for uny camera Honolulu Photo
Supply Co, I'orl below Hotel,
" Hils innltor snl.1 Major Woolen
hum morning. I have raiinr i xpccic.i morning, the l.nr.i i,ui, KiiKlneerlng
thai the I.I.I w nppluv.l The Coi,i.uli In. ..,n t. com.nls-
fiillur. nr 1 1 lomputiy tii Kiiiil n'sl.m sli-nc.l U tin ...nli.i.l fur the
wmil'li- or Hie null In l.e ucil Willi fl!:i bench strip ..I the belt mad sys-
""' ''''' """ I1""1 ll technical Ml). In dm. Ihiih Kitllnr it rest the minors
Hi Ik ohm-, for Hie l.re.ikxwiti r" In iiir-!thal Hie coulrui tins would mil sign on
y ,mp, ,.,. ami rm k used would ',u ii.iinl .,r II,,- , .,iitro.T that lias
uuliiralli hae In mine up to Ihonilscri mid Hie I. pnl a. Hen cuiitcm-
siaii.iurti iiircau eel
II Is prol.al.le that t'h.irles I' Won.1,
ilee-presl.lt lit of the foiiiii.ni. who
hiibmltteil tliu bid. will make fie.iieiit
Ir ns 1.1 iiouolulu iliirluir the con-
rtril. tion p. rlo.l. as II Is un.lcrstimd
that he will . Mnlill-h Mrs. Wood and
his two daiiKhhrs line before leavlni?
for Hie t'oast .Mr. Wood expects Ills
was fi IS 'I'll.- protest was haseil on
failure to produce samples of the rock,
aciordiiiK In Hie term of the eoulraft,
and allei;allou that the I or. I-V. .11111:
iump.in tilrea.lx oruaulxid for tho
111!., work. Is In I., tl.r position to do
dieted win ho taken up at 11 voi.v o:u l
Fathers Settled Down to Business.
The city fathers did no' waste any
tlmo In iiscIcrh dissemination of hot
air at tho meetliiK held last cu'lilni;
They wcio HirmiKli llielr ilelllicrallniis
beforo clKhty-llility mid It was rumor
ed that u special appointed luiest'Kl
lion I'oiniiiltleo had planned to lew
ut llrst hand tliu sensuous though
amis In li'Knrd to Ihu adnilnslon of
patients to Queen's hospital who ll
,ory monelary airaiiRemeiit can ho
(Continued on Page 61
There will bu a public meeting at,
! an o'chiik this afternoon In thn
Public Service rooms on r'nrt street
at which a talk will bo had on i;ood
i loads problems.
In choosing a medium fer an adver
tising campaign the shrewd business
man inquires as to size of the circula
tion and the character of the dutribu
tion, both of which disctote what he Is
netting for hit money.
Inveitigato tlie BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
In Hi.- nlli.rii. u-iiuls ill. His
l.ili il ny J II v llsnu. Hie loet blU-
The Lord-Votim; eoiiipani staled at
the nut tliu; Ilils inoriiliiK that work
will Is- I.ikiiu Just as mmiii as Its bond
Is Hied, ulili h will be III 11 short time.
.Miauwhlle. It is probable that Kin
ney. II. ill. in, Aliiltixnii A Marx, tliu
h'Kat tlrni einplned b INuii and
his liaeki r, l I, McCiiiulless. will III"
an Injiiiiitlou suit tills afternoon II
was to have been nlt-d Itula) but thero
Is 11 possibility that the sIkiiIiik of llio
foutruit iua hae delayed II ahorlly.
BIG CUBA SUGAR
II (5 Hoswell, for many years
.trlnleiidi.it or I:mi mill, left on
Williclinlnii yesttrda for Cuba
elioiiuiiuif siiKar mill has Just been
loiupletetl at Chupuria. ITiiUi, and Mr.
lloswilt Is tu stmt it up and M't ready
lor grinding in January. Tho mill Is
of Ihu same t)pe as that at Kwa, but
twice Hit sUe, and u largo extension
Is behiK built now that, when llulshed,
will umbo It Hie largest sugar mill In
the world. It Is staled Mrs Hoswell
will Join hi in lahr In the year.
Whether Mr. lloswtll will return to
Hawaii Is iiioblematlcal Ho Is a rec
ognized sugar expert, and was rertntly
commissioned tu go to tho Philippines
lo tuako u technical Investigation of
the proposed tslablishiueiit uf u tig;
"cinlral" In Sun I'arlos. Occidental Ne
l.l.iH. for local capitalisls
A move to pave the way for the ad
mitting of destitute children as well us
orph.tus Into thu home that Is to lie
built lifter thu death of Queen l.llluu
Itnlanl was uiailu this moinlng when u
deed was 11 led at thu liuieaii of con
veyances, This provides for destitute chil
dren, llawailaus and thoie with Ha
waiian blood In Ilium to have the prof
em e, In-llig adntitted lo the home
whereas under the terms of tho orig
inal triif.t deed only orphans could lm
Several other change.! were also
made, one of the most Important be
ing Hie nllliial granting of the Nitualiil
laud lo the t'lvlc r-Vduriitloii for iu
as a park. Thu deed htato.i that thu
house at pi e sent standing on Ihu
ground shall be moved lo Hie Wulklkl
sldo of the- road and uiailu lit for hab
itation at no ex peine to the ostato It
uleo states that If at any tlmu thero
Is an attempt to use the laud fur any
other than park purposes the trustees
can step In and take possession of It
Transfer of n house occupied by the
lulu I j io (wl to (ieorge Napuliuela and
his sou (Ieorge Kahlllnul was alto
Hindu. They are lo have tho enjoy
ment of It during their lifetime.
Under thu terms of tho old deed an
iinuiial lepoit was lo bo Hindu to tho
grantor during her lifetime and lifter
Hint to a competent cotiit but under
the pioiiahius of this deed .the report
is to be niadu In Ihu court dating from
December al, IUU.
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