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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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Excelsior, rlco straw, crates, sacks
and fmpcr lire the things In which
pineapples nml ImnannK must bo pack
ed hcfnro they will ho admitted Into
California according to n 'cable re
ceived this morning by I-iind Com
missioner Clinrlcs 8. Jitdd In answer
to his cent yesterday. There Is a
tcrlous njublgulty about the latter
part of tho cablo, how over, which lias
the department thinking for It states
that rrult will be accepted packed In
these things "at present" and seems
to Imply that other nnd moro rigid
changes mado ho made In tho future.
Mr. Judd this morning stated that
ho did not know whnt thoy meant by
tho "at present" part of tho cable but
that tho board would take It tip at
lis meeting tomorrow morning. Ho
declares, that tho situation Is a seri
ous ono and nlso Hint Iho statement
mado In the moinlng paper that theio
had been too much Fcnsatlonallsm
Klvon Is only its opinion us ho did not
mako any such statement.
Plans are already on foot to meet
tho now conditions for It Is possible
that thero will bo a packing dcol m
fiibllnhed In connection -with tho ni.u
kctlng scheme under T. 8. Htanctt.
If this Is dono then tho packing ma
terial will be cither supplied or It will
bo fumigated beforo being used. Such
!s tho gist of tho news given out by
Iho Governor this morning.
"This subject of packing," bo said,
"was taken up and discussed with Mr
Oarncs beforo ho left Tor tho Coast
and therefore tho nowg did not ronie
as a complete surprlso to us for wo
were expecting something or tho sort
At tho samo tlmo I hope that this will
(Continued on Page 4.)
(Associated Press CaHIp.)
BALTIMORE. Met.. Or. 1.1 Th.
government has won a aignal victory!
in a suit brought in the Federal Court
under the Sherman anti-trust law
against the notorioua "Bath-tub Trust."
The trust la ordered to dissolve, and
criminal proceedings will be started
against twenty firms and Individuals In
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Oct. 13. Pres
ident Taft hat given Mexican authori
ties permission to transport troops
across certain portions of American
SAN KltANCISCO. fill.. Oct 13
Hccts: S8 aimlvsK 17s. Id; parity,
5 ti7e. I'rrvlmiH limitation, 17h, M.
SKIDOO FOR NEWSPAPER MEN.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 13 The
expulsion from the city of all corre
spondents of foreign newspapers has
been ordered by the sultan.
ELEVATOR OPERATOR HAS CLOSE
CALL; ESCAPES BY MIRACLE
A miraculous esrapo from death la
to bo recorded In tho result of nn nc-i
rldrnt that took place nt II. K. Killers
ft Co shortly after 8 o'clock this
Henry How, n joung man about 1!)
jcars of ago, is omployed as elevator
operator with tho abovo-nnmed firm,
and one of his duties Is cleaning out
tho space at the foot of tho clovator
shaft at stated periods, today bolng
ono of them.
tunning his elevator to within
thrco or four feet of tho sub-door In
the basement, ho throw off tho elec
tric controller but did not placo It on
tho center and lock It as ha should
lutvo dono when doing work of the
naturo ho was about to engage In. Ho
then sprang Into the well of tho ele
vator and porformed tho work re
quired and was starting to como out
ot the well, which was about four
feet below tho sub-Door, and had
Jumped to tho opening, having his
head and shoulders outside when the
eleMitor suddenly camo crashing
down onto him, catching him across
the neck, leaving his head otitsldo tho
shaft and his body handing on tho In
side. Aid was Immediately summoned
anil the (list thing was to get the ele
vator off from what appealed to ho a
dead body. Another elevator oper
ator got In tho elevator and attempt
ed to start It up but It was discov
ered that tho shock of coming In eon
act with tho body hail thrown tho
magnets off and tho car would not
A dash was mado fur the pit of tho
elevator by another routo and tho
magnets adjusted again to tho lining
machinery and then the elovator was
lifted fiom the body by its own power.
In the meantime tho patiol wagon
had nulled anil tho unfortunate hoy
wits hurried away to tho hospital as
soon as ho could ho taken from tho
After a thorough examination by
tho physicians it was ascertained that
thero wore no bones broken, and In a
short tlmo tho young man rovlvcd and
was fast recovering from the shock
his system had received. Tho doctois
oxpeet no bad results from tho acci
dent and think that young How will
bo about his work again In a few days,
It Is thought that as tho controller
was not thrown to "safety" and
locked, somo Jar throw It to tho
"down" connection Just as tho young
man sprang for tho opening and It
L. C. ABLES
L C. Abies, loyal Shrlnor and dog
fancier, has Just pulled off a stunt that
lb a good ono Also n now ono,
Abies lias ono of tho finest kennels
of collies anywhere In tho United
Htutcs. Tho annual grand council of
tho Shrlners was hold this joar In
HochcHtor, N. V,, and Damascus Tem
ple gave tho vlsltois a line time. 80
Ahlcs llgured that tho present of it
lino collie to tho I'otentato of Damas
cus Temple would he a little bit of all
right, as somebody says.
Consequently, Abies stinted it lino
eolllo to Hoehester. She was put
ahii.n d tho Wllholmlnn In tho tender
cate of Capt. .Inhhhou, himself a
Sin liter, and with only .1 81irlncr col
lar on her neck, with tho address of
tho Hoehester I'ntciitnte, started off on
her long tilp.
Ily tho last mall Ahlcs teeelved word
that tho eolllo had arrived all tight
and the gift was much appreciated.
And her name was Maude Hono
Delegate Kuhio charges the Governor with winking at
increasing domination of Hawaii by the sugar interests, to
the detriment of the people at large.
He charges that "Governor Frear is too strongly affiliat
ed with the plantation interests to be able to see through
them and deal with them as an outsider."
He charges that the sea transportation of Hawaii is in
the hands of a monopoly, intimating that this alleged fact
has retarded the growth of home-building in Hawaii.
He asks that an independent commission investigate
conditions in Hawaii to report upon his charges.
The charges made by Dclefjate Kuhio against' Governor Frear were made public yester
day afternoon in Washington. Following a cablegram from the B u 1 1 c t i n's special cor
respondent to this paper yesterday, announcing that Secretary of the Interior Fisher has
taken the charges up, came another later in the afternoon announcing that the Secretary
had made public the complaint lodged against Frear by the Delegate.
Those charges arc as follows:
CHARGES MADE BY DELEGATE KUHIO TO PRESIDENT TAFT AGAINST GOVERNOR
1. His administration has been marked by no adequate progress in carrying out the
policy of promoting a home-owning population, which has been adopted and uniformly en
dorsed by each successive Congress and Federal administration since annexation. There
has been activity in spots, and at intervals by the local government, and perfunctory ob
servation of all laws designed to promote the number ana stability of small homes in Ha
waii, but the fact remains that homesteading and small holdings remain in an exotic in the
industrial life of Hawaii; and if four years more of Governor Frear's administration pro
duce no better results than the last four years. Hawaii is likely to drift into conditions
where public degradation, from the status of a Territory to one where self-rule, even in
purely local matters ,is denied her people, may become a live national issue.
2. I charge that the domination of Hawaii by the sugar plantations, which are in turn
directly controlled by the sugar agencies in Honolulu, has been progressing and extending
throughout the Governor's administration, and this fact has been winked at, certainly not
challenged, by Governor Frear; and in this respect his public utterances and written re
ports in reference to industrial conditions in Hawaii, claiming satisfactory progress in the
development of this Territory are misleading and offer cogent proof in this, that the Gov
ernor either cannot see or refuses to see that while there is great, in fact, too much wealth
concentrated and concentrating in the industrial corporations of Hawaii, and in the hands
of a few men that control them, the population at large was never relatively shorter in its
supply of independent land and home-owning citizens.
3. The Vital trouble is that the people who control the industrial life of Hawaii have
become so blinded by long continued prosperity and the habit of controlling everything
from their own standpoint that they, themselves, do not realize how deadly that policy is
to the ultimate welfare of the Territory, determined as it finally will he by the character
and standing of its people as a whole.
4. Governor Frear is a party (conceded a very respectable party) to this system, and
in the final analysis and at heart is in sympathy with its perpetuation. He would like to
have homesteads, he would like to have many small independent homes, 'out is not suffi
ciently in earnest about it to cut loose from the old policies and perquisites and to leave the
industrial system of Hawaii to reform itself so that small homes and holdings may be
come a beneficiary and necessary part of that system, as it docs in the industrial life of
every well-ordered State. This task is conceded by me to be a very delicate and difficult
one at best, but that very fact makes it all the more important that no half-hearted pilot
should be at the helm.
5. I do not intend to attack the sugar industry; it keeps the Territory up in every di
rection and a decisive blow to the sugar plantations would bring dire confusion in all direc
tions and to all classes; rather would I see a large part of the revenues from sugar utilized
in a sincere, well-sustained and intelligent effort to develop small holdings throughout the
6. The sugar estates providing labor as they do by the day throughout the year where
the small land-holder can convert his spare labor into cash at any time, arc one of the
great assets we have in the upbuilding of homes if rightly controlled and directed, but the
spirit of the plantations, while less unfriendly than formerly, is still, as a whole, hostile to
homesteads and small homes, particularly to the class .vhich promises to become inde
pendent of their control. This is notorious even on the part of plantations dependent on
the goodwill of the government in the way of leasing government lands. I charge that
Governor Frear has practically ignored and excused this conduct and this phase ol local
conditions and is sure to continue that policy if given another four years in office.
(Continued on Page 2)
((special till 1 1-I In I'ntiU )
PEKING, China, Oct. 13. The pres
ent crisis In China is unprecedented,
and It Is freely admitted that the Man
chu dynasty Is hanging in the balance.
Hankow is reported burning. American
citiiene seem safe. Fifteen thousand
troops have joined the rebels
( ARfMri..tf-.! frees Capif.,1
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat Oct. 13. It
I reported that the Chinese revolu
tionists will declare a republic and
elrct LI Yuen Hung president. The
province of Hunan ia in revolt.
YIN TCHENG. Oct. 13 The ad
vance of the revolutionists here hat
been checked. . .
PEKING, Oct. 13. Threatened by
revolutionists the city la in an up
roar, and foreign marines have been
HANKOW, Oct. 13. The forelnn
concessions here are under protection.
Y Akal, manager nf the Ynkohami
Bpeclc Hunk, reeeli'd it cnhlcgritiii tills
mnrnliig from the main ottlec In Yoko
hama. Japan, la tin- London. ling,
hritmh of lh hank, giving account
of tho involution that Iimh hrolti n out
Tho cablegram follows:
"The regular iirmy stationed at W11-
chong, China, ruptured tho rltv Sllii-
nllon Is critical Further development
'Situation In Shanghai, North China,
"Hankow Is safo"
The Yokohama Specie llank has
branch others In almost nil the prlncl
pal cities of tho world Thero are
several branch nlllces In Clilnn.
Owing In the enormous hanking litis.
InesK In China, tho general manager of
tho Yokohama Specie Hank has tele,
graphed tn nil the branches the earliest
telegraphic news received III Japan
concerning tho revolution.
I. lent I' II lllrhs, 11 graduate of
West Point, lass or Kill, and now' on
hl way out lo .Manila on th transport
Sherman, mm lln'M l;t0 and ioIm In
police court tlllM mottling III" the result
of 11 brawl l.iKt night In which una lu
olrd 11 dozen ariiit men, otllcers off
The trouble starttd at the Union
drill ami ended at the pollie Million
about midnight, win re l.ieiiten.inta
Hick, lleldt. Hardy, ci.ij . Norrlf.
Keele) and ChrlMlun were taken from
the MaJiHtie llolel, the party having
gone to the hold with the avowed In
tention of beating up" Kick Sullivan.
the well-knoun local man
Wldcly-viir)lng stories lire told by
the army men and Sullivan Ttioiiriny
men said tills morning that the troubbt
wan begun by Sullivan lit the- Union
fSrlll, nml that It una lircniii he had
Ihlushrd one of their comrade, I. lent.
I. Home, that thty had gone out
to "do" htm up.
On tho other hand. Sullivan Hay ho
wiim not Hie aggressor at any Mage of
the trouble, and dct lares that tho of
flcrH,"tjxcltct Willi drink, uit-i 'raising
11 ''rnnghousn" In tho Union drill, pick- ,
ed a quarrel with him and a party at.
The testimony of others who are ,
familiar with tin, facta last night cor
roborate.. Sullivan's explanation unit
xoneratex hint from liny blame, tint
Ihn nrniy men strenuously protest that
they did not Mart tho mix-up.
About midnight the army men en
tered the upper roum of the Cirlll. hav
ing come In town from the dance, at
the Moana Hotel It Ix pretty well es
tablished that they were rather noisy.
to sa the least. In their conduct, mid
Sullivan says they not only kept de-
inandiug drinks from the seared wait-
r, but even knocked one man down
Ah the party passed out of the drill.
one of them had words with Sullivan.
who had been sitting at his table. They
went on downstalm and the party
broke up, some of tin in. Including
Home, going over to Hie Young llolel,
win re they wri registered
Sullivan siim that later In the even
ing he stinted hnine nlso and passed
the Young Just hm Home got atnrtrd
(Continued on Page 4)
FOR WOMEN'S VOTE
(Rnrrlal II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Cable )
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal- Oct. 13.
Woman's suffrage wins by 2423 votes,
according to the latest returns.
a a s
NEW COUNSELOR FOR
MORMONS IS NAMED
(Special till I let I n Cable )
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Oct. 13.
John Henry Smith Second has been
named counselor of the Mormons.
FAMINE IN SIAM
LUCAS, IN AUTO,
(Sim. nl till I let In Wireless)
llll.o, (Id 1.1 A train on the Hllo
railroad ran Into and smashed It A.
I .ur. is' auto nt Urn W'nlakea grado
trussing jeslcrday afttriioun l.ucaa
vv.ih not Injured
SURVEYS START FOR
HAWAII BELT ROAD
IIII.O, Oct 13 The llrst belt-road
survey parly has atari's! work
(Hpeclal llllllet In Cable )
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 13. The
nvamliiatlnn mnri r ti Jiltf-rmi nn nf vnnirft
(8lri'lal It ul lot In Cable) men in tho McNumara cc it on, with
DANGKOK, Slim. Oct. 13. Famine j hourt ipent by tho opposing counsel
it threatened In Sitm. in argument
MARCIEL QUITS ONE OF HIS JOBS
J. V M.trelel, whose twti position
nt l.:iilialmoiii,i canned tho last leg
iRlattiro In makn an Investigation of
Iho case, hat been holding on lo both
JoIib ever blnre, hut tin. ill), follow
ing a conference with SuiM'rlnlcnilent
nf Public Instruction Wlllltt T. I'npe
luiB decided to (jult ono of thorn
Marclel Ii.ih been unpen lalni; prin
cipal and also district magistrate nt
laupalincltnu, and when Iho lust Hcie
hlon of tho legislature wax In pro
grcss, a long petition came from test
dents of the district demanding; that
lie be either a r,cluo master or a
magistrate, hut not luilli Thin was
taken up b) Iho house thiaslieil out
In romiultteo sessions lefetted tn Iho
thief Justice and the end of It was a
recommendation that Mr. Mitrriol ito
vir himself from ono of Ills Joint.
However, the matter lias been dtag
King along ever hlnco. At tho recent
meeting of supervising principals
here, Supeiliitelideiit l'npo had a talk
with Marclel, nnd the Judgn-arhool-mastor
promised Mr. Popo ho would
quit tho magisterial Job as soon as
Ills Biiccesenr could bo appointed.
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