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ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
HIGHER SUGAR IS PREDICTED
J. P. COOKE TALKS ON REVISION
Formosan
Sugar Is
Damaged
Detailed news lias been received hero
by K. M. Swanzy of T. II. Davlca &
Co. of a terrlbtu typhoon that bna
wrought ii ti Immcnxe amount of dam-
age In Formosa, wrecking augur crops
mill Hiigar mills, and cutting the cstl
iimteil output of sugar for tlio jciir ul
niOHt to ono hulf.
Not only In thi.ro greut locul Interest
In tho news on account of the fact Hint
Formosa Iiuh it number of big attgar
factories built by tho Honolulu Iron
Works, but tho effect of tho storm on
the sugar situation la direct, according
to the opinion of local expert.
Honolulu-made muchlnery emerged
from tho storm with tho aplendld rec
ord of coming undamaged through the
tphoon. vvhere.ia other mllla were
practically dcstro)od. Yesterday the
Honolulu Iron Work received two ca
blegraniH from Formosa sugar llrma
who had secured their mllla here. Doth
cublcgrania report (hut their mllla
camo through without damage. Thin
newa was welcomed here, and Itatampa
the product oPthe Ioca.1 Iron worka aa
rrmarknhly good. Tho mllla were built
(Continued on Pag 2)
s at i
PAT M'LANE HAS
MADE GREAT
By W. R. FARRINGTON
BAN FRANCISCO. Cal . Oct. H
'Wo have nil tho labor we want In
Pnrln nico. That Ih tho least of our
troubles," mi Id Pat McLanc, well known
throughout Hawaii an the man who
put Koto.i plantation on Ita feet, and
then went to Porto njco, where lie baa
made 11 algnal succeaa In tha augar
business. Tho company ho acrved na
manager made n net prollt last year
nf over 1600,000. The capitalization la
two millions So there aro other places
(Continued on Page 3)
DREIER-CLARK
DIVORCE VOID
Mrs I'inmn II Ureter, who married
Henry l Clark and then divorced him
Inter, has taken up her name of Dreler
again, but miff tho Supremo Court, by
Ita dcdalon jesterday In connection
with dlvorc.6 matter, liolda that alio la
htlll Mrs. Clark and her dlvorco Il
legal Tho court held that thirty days must
elapse between tho service ot tho libel
and tho Issuing of tho decree. Mra
Ijreler-Clark tiled her caso on August 3
and tho divorce waa granted August
8, Tho decree Is now null nnd void,
and search will have to bo mndo for
llenrj (' Clark on tho mainland Mean,
whllo, If Mr. Clark haa sold any land
the anlo will not hold good, for tho
reason that her husband's signature
must bo nn It.
I n (Dnoney) Hnrtman la another
who was divorced this year and who
now, by tho decision of tho court, finds
himself still married.
Complications arise In tho caso of
Cunhii ngulnst Cunbu, who set out to
bent rteno (.peed, nnd succeeded. Mrs.
Cunhii, that was, married again the
samu afternoon and now llnds thut alio
haa two husbands
Cholera Is epidemic In Tunis, a ro
goiicy and French protectorate of
Northern Africa.
Evening Bulletin
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5062.
COOKE THINKS
FAIR REVISION
IS BENEFICIAL
"I believe that if, after a careful, scientific investigation of the costs of
sugar production in Hawaii and tha augar situation here, Congress should
revisa the tariff on a scientific and not a political basis, it would be on tha
whole to the benefit of Hawaii, even if the tariff were cut from one-quarter
to one-third. It would glva tha induatry a permanence and stability, and
Hawaiian sugar people would be able to figure on eight or ten years any
way of an assured future." J. P. Cooke.
J. P. Cooke mado tho above stato-j
ment to n representative of tho I) ti I
i e 1 1 n this morning. He arrlvod from
a mainland vacation trip on tho Sierra
this morning.
In discussing tho augar tariff rovi
slnn, Mr. Cooko docs not predict that
tho tariff will bo rovlscd. Ho sajs
that there aro ninny reports" that It
will bo and that ultimately Congress
will probably get to It Tho point
mado by MY. Cooke this morning is
that scientific tariff revision. If Im
partially carried out, will not ho a
blow to Hawaii oven should It Involve
a lowering of tho present tariff rate
from one-quartor to 'one- third. Ho
believes that such nn action wnuH
put Hawaii's sugar men whero they
can know what tho future will bring
and that tho uncertainty at present
apparent In tho territory would glvo
pi a co to permanence and assurances
for tho future.
Militia A Credit To
Hawaii Says Inspector
Captain Waller II. Johnson, U. S. A.,
the Inspector-Instructor detailed by
tho War Department to servlco with
the Nntlonal flmird of Hawaii has
been In Honolulu only a week, hut
'.hat ho has spent In careful study of
mllltla conditions hero as set forth
In reports and office, filings, and ho
Is now roady to get "on tho job" with
tho officers and men of the organized
mllltla hore.
Personally Captain Johnson is an
enthusiast, and his assignment to Ho
nolulu la in lino with his own wlshos.
Ho Is tho typo of officer who gives
ono tho Impression of both soldierly
smartness nnd efficiency. Cornered at
his desk at mllltla headquarters this
morning, with n Htillotln roiiortor
between him and tho door, Captain
Johnson told something of tho now
Tho following acknowledgment vvus
received In the mull from tha Coust
by tho Sierra this morning;
"San Frunelsio, Cul., Oct. 9, 1911.
"Merchants' Exchange, Honolulu, T II.
"Qentlemen: Owing to my absence
from the city I have not been nlilo to
answer jour courteous cable, congratu
lating mn upon my election us major
ot Sun Frnnclxco, until tilth time,
"I wish every otllcer and member of
tho exchange to accept my heartiest
tluinkM for their kind remembrance nt
this time. I appreciate the compli
ment. "With highest personal regards and
best wishes, I am, very sincerely) ours,
"j.mi:s noi.pn."
Tom Moon, on n chnrgo of perjury
before tho Grand Jury, appeared bo
rn ro Commissioner Charles S. Davis
this morning and was committed for
trial.
Is
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
"Tuft la gaining strength, of that 1
am entirely confident," said Mr. Cooku
this morning. "I believe that Cali
fornia will swing Into line for him.
"I havo said In private for the put
two j cars' that Hawaii would bo bene
fited by a tariff revision that would
m.iko ii cut of from one-quartor to
one-third In tho present rale, nnd I
do not hesitate to say It now. The
sugar Interests of Hawaii would have
to ho content with smaller profits, hut
on tho other hand, they would then
be nsstirod of a permanent basis for
the Industry for tho noxt eight or ten
years at least.
"I am rather surprised at tho dull
ness of sugar stocks hero. Of ronrse
thoro aro many reports that the tariff
will bn revised. I do npt say that It
will, but I do feel that If It Is revised
scientifically and after a thorough In
vestigation Into tho cosla of produc
(Conttnued or Page 2)
s) stem which tho government has
adopted for the schooling of the oi
ganlzcd mllltla. He said:
Infantry Officers Assigned.
"Certain officers wcro detailed laat
August under the provisions ot tho
net of Congress approved March 3.
1911, as Inspector-Instructors of tho
organlzotl mllltla. For tho present
only Infantry ofllcors nro assigned to
duty with any particular stato or ter
ritory (excepting Hliodo Island, which
having no Infantry, haa been allotted
an offlcor of tho Const Artillery Corps)
Such officers nf tho other arms nnd
departments of tho sorvlco as aro
nvnllable for detail as Inspectors and
Instructors or tho organized mllltla
nio not usslgnod directly to any stale
or territory but are given Bitch stti
(Continued on Page 4)
FOWLER QUITS
(AHoelalul Press Cabin.)
PA8ADENA, Cal, Oct. 20 Aviator
"Bob" Fowler has again abandoned his
cross-continent fjjght.
IRON MINE DISASTER
CAUSES DEATH OF 12
HIBERNIA, N. J, Oct 20 Twelve
persons wera drowned by the falling of
a partition in an iron mine here.
ENGLISH STEAMERS IN
COLLISION NEAR HAMBURG
HAMBURG, Cer, Oct. 20 Two un
known English steamere collided near
here In the Elbe. One sank and ono
was stranded to prevent sinking, There
are no details.
H. E. HENDRICK
Acting Agent
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
the Window Through Which You Look
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911. 10
Ucht Says
Sugar Will
Go Higher
8prclnl nil I let In t-Hlil
8AN FRANCISCO, CAL, OCT. 20.
LICHT ESTIMATES THE TOTAL
SUGAR SHORTAGE OF ALL EU
ROPE AT 2,120,000 TONS. HIGHER
PRICES ARE PREDICTED.
FARRINGTON.
CHINESE REBELS
WIN DESPERATE
HANKOW BATTLE
I Associated Pp" OMc.Ti
HANKOW, China, Oct. 20. The big
battle near here has ended In complete,
victory for the rebels, "the royalists are
retreating to the north. The Imperial
warships have gone dawn tha river for
reinforcements. The rebels are prepar
ing for a night attack and eight thou
sand men are advancing on the new
royalist camp.
A Mohammedan rebellion is feared at
Kan 8u.
NO BALL GAME;
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 20 Rain
today prevented the scheduled game
between the New York Qiants and the
Philadelphia Athletics for the world's
championship.
RODGERS CONTINUES HIS
FLIGHT TO SOUTHWARD
IKhUhI Hu I lot In Chl.)
WACO, Tex., Oct. 20. Rising from
the ground without any trouble, Austin
Rodgers, the intrepid blrdman who la
essaying tha trip across the continent,
left here today.
Hundreds eaw him make the ascent
and watched him gradually disappear
in a southerly direction.
NO FURTHER IMPANELLINGS
FOR McNAMARA JURY
iKliilal nn 1 1 niln ruble)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 20 Fur
ther examination of jurymen In con
nection with the trial of the McNam
r was continued today.
Four nf those who were questioned
stated that they were opposed to the
Hfth -enalty and wera consequently
excused. 4
Two others were also dismissed as
not being suitable.
ITALIANS FIGHT HARD AND
OCCUPY PART OF TRIPOLI
(Special llul let, n Cable.)
BENGHAZI, Tripoli, Oct 20 Fight
ing was continued yesterday, with the
result that the Italians have now oc
cupied a small part of the town.
The Italian soldiers mad the attack
fierce throughout the day and were
steadily opposed by the Turkish forces.
The latter could not hold them back,1
however, and they are now In full pos
session of a small part of the city,
MINISTER CHARGED WITH
POISONING MUSIC STUDENT
(Special Hu I let I n Cable 1
BOSTON, Mass, Oct, 20 Feeing a
charge of having poisoned Miss Avis
Lennell, a music student at the uni
versity, Rev. Clarence V. T. Rlcheson
was arrested today by the police. The
case has caused a areat sensation
throughout student circlee. I
CARNEGIE LIBRARY IS
READY FOR CORNERSTONE
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Chairman Building Com mittec Library of Hawaii.
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Iiuoriillon Itrt. Iliirciniis Send-
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Muslr lliiniillun Hand.
Drllt pry of llbntrj bj X. Lewis,
Jr., chairman building commit.
Joe, lo Masonic; fraternity for
IiijIuk nf cornerstone.
.Music Qmirlrl, led bf ,. V.
null.
Address Hr. IMilil Marr Jor-
dan, president Mniiford lint-
versify,
Masonic ceremonies of rumor-
sialic la) lug Hawaiian Lodge
V. t, X. M.
Address II. (I. Miillirinn.
Ilrurillrllo III. lie. II. II. lies-
tnrld.
With Iho illRiillloit cfircmonloH or
llin Mtiunnb. niilnc llw, , I irilOl hIoIIO lit
tho now Carnegie' publlr llbraij will
no laid tomorrow nliernonii, mo ux-
erclhcs beginning at " TJ o'clock,
Tho (iiiiti'iitK or lliu b')x lt tho coi
nnrutnnn VIII Im HH fllllllWS:
Att M nf the Session liws nf l!M,fl,
providing for Iho esiaiiiiKiiinoni unu
maintenance of thu l.llirury or tin
wnli;
Gi uuliui 1 nuu inn t nnt.ilnlni. nn
pmpiliilliMi Iiliii $.S5,WM) IJhrKry' ot
Hawaii;
Agreement dated November IBth,
inno. Imiitpnti Hawaiian Historical Ho-
ploty and Trusties of Library of Ha
waii, relative to uso nf bonks ami oth
er properly comprising iho lllimr. ot
said Society h tho Mliriir) of Hn
wall; Agtceinent ditloil May IStli, 1009,
between Honolulu l.lil rnr mid Head
ing ItoouiH Ahsnrlntlon and Trustees
of I.lilnu nf Hawaii, lelutlvo lo tho
iiko of Ilia libr.ii and oilier piopurty
of Ilia Association lij Iho Library i
Hawaii;
Copy of executive order No It, pel
ting afcldn public lauds for tho 1 ,1 li
ra rj of Hawaii lo ho uiutnr tho dl
icctlou of tho Trustees nf said 1.1b
rnry, dntdl October 10th, 1911;
letter dated Nciveuihci 2'jlli, l0n
from Mr. Andicvv Catucglo to (iiiv
cmor V r rreni,-' ilouiitlng nii
000.00 for erection ot building for Mb-
rnfV nt 1 1 ri it 1 1
Oreat Seal of tho Tenltory of Ha-
at the World
PAGES.
ANDREW
CARNtGlE.
,wnll (liiipieaslon);
I. Ofginlr Act nf Teriltor of II mall
J u iimniiiled ntinntntcil bv W. V
I'rcnr. nubllslicil Julv Int. 1911;
I SCcjiihtlliillni) ami Il)-I.ns lloii'ilulii
i,iuiiir.v nun iicuuing uooni akhociii
I lion, published b) .1 II. Black ISTn,
I ,l'lrht MlniiteH of Honolulu Library
nini uuutiiug iinniu AfSDiiaunu, ,iarcii
1st, 1879,
Chartor and iiiiicudcil I1v-Ihvh nf
Honolulu l.llir.'irj nod lleaillng Hooni
Aiwciclntion 190,1,
'il.Kt nf nlllceiH mid trustees Hono
lulu l.lliiarj and Iti'iullug Room As
Encl.itlon 1911-191;
l.lliraty lliillclln, August I tlli, 1911,
CoiihIIiiiIIoii of thu ll.iwulhin Ills
torlul Society:
Mliiulus first meeting Hawaiian Ills-
toilnl Soeletj, Dec ember ;9lh IS91.
I'liKt Annual llcKirl of the Hawaii
an lllnlnrlcnl Snclelj 1S9T,
First paper Ihsued by the Hawaiian
Historical Soelclv "'I lie lelallnnn
between tbn Hawaiian Islands nnd
Spanish America In eailj times, read
ing lieioin tno lliivvnllau Historical
Hocletv. Jnniiat) Ssth, IS9i, h) W. I).
Alexander,"
flood Devised ' leaflet printed
Onlm, K I., .Match 31st 1S1II.
Cciiistltutlou of the original Hawaii
an Chiireh. October lGth. IS19:
1'iliitcil Hebolutloii of general mcot-
aB lJnPKaWrwif' k .aaaaV
r m
Thinking merchants aro realizing the
fact that thousands of dollars watted
in ny old advertising can be convert
ed into producing quantities by using
the proper medium to reach the buying
public.
Try the EVENING BULLETIN at a
medium.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Army Post
Plans
Halt
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(S'P-tIiI llu llrt In Cnrrrspondrnre.)
WASHINGTON, Oct 9 -Iho plan
for ('nurenlratlng nil the troops on
the Island of Onlm, near Honolulu, has
conio to ii complete platidMlll In the
nhsctite of Secretary Stlmsoti and
Major General U'onnrd Wood IJoth
are now engaged in making an Inspec
tion of army posts along tho Southern
and Western borders of the United
States. Nothing Is being done In tho
meantime It appears that many otll
cer s In thu War Department here have
grown weary seeking to solve tho
problem nnd have lost Interest.
Th fact is thut so many different
plans have been suggested, and so
many sites advocated for tho erec
tion of barracks, that the question ot
selection has become bewildering One
set of plans provides tor locating the
troops near Honolulu. Others would
placo them on uti elevated slte,conii
prising 7000 acres, 20 miles from the
city., AH Iho troops, with the excep
tion of tho Coast Artillery, would then
bo removed to the now barracks. It
Is facetiously declared by Army offi
cers that all the Intervening spaco has
(Continued on Page 2)
SEATTLE TRIP MAY BE OFF
October 19, 1911.
Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu)
Honolulan sailing dates preclude ex
cursion this trip.
SEATTLE CHAMBER OF COM
MERCE. Th nliovn cablegram was received
by the Chamber of Commerce today.
It l not tt definitely known whether
tho exc urslon Is called olf or merely
postponed.
SUGAR
SAN I'ltANHSCO. Cal. Oct 20
Ilcts: RR nnalsls, 17s 7 l-!d-i parity.
5 7'Jc Previous iuotatlnn. 17s 4 l-2d.
I'. M. S S. Mongolia, on route from
Yokohama, S p m . October 19575
miles from Honolulu Will arrive
Saturday noon. Deslro to nail Sunday
at 9 a. m All well.
i . S. i lit A, ... 1, $, $
lug of Sindulrh Islands Mlsslnn nt
Kallua, Sandwich Islands, OctoborSrd
lS2fi;
I'acslmlle nf first printed lawn Ha
Olcilo No Ko Kiimiwal;
Cop of Ko Kiimii Hawaii 1 S 3 T. ;
Hawaiian llluo Hook, Mlsslnn press
1ST. I;
18th Annual deport Hawaiian His
torical Society containing list of offi
cers and committees for the year 1911;
Thrum's Hawaiian Annual, 1873
(Plrst publication); v
Thrum's Hawaiian Annual 1911;
Hawaiian coins,
Photographs of tho following!
Mr. Andrew Carnegie, Hon W, P.
I'l cur, fiovernnr, Territory of Hawaii;
Pro'. M. M. Scott, President, Honolulu
l.llirury and Heading Room Associa
tion; Hcv. W D. Wcatervclt .Presi
dent, Hawaiian Historical Society,
Hon V U ltnoy. President, Trus
tees Library of Hawaii. Mr J II.
risher, Mr P. L Weaver, Mr W P
Dillingham, Mr. C II Alhortnn, Mr.
l.owls, Jr. Trmtees IJhrnry of Ha
waii. Issues of following papers-
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Oc
tober 21st, 1911; Tho I'vonlng llulle
tlu, Oelohcr 20th 1911. The Hawaiian
Star, October 20th, 1911, Tho Prlend,
October 1911; Nupepa Kttokoa Octo
lier 20, 1911; O I.uso, Soptembor 30,
1911.
Street (.cones In Honolulu
Tho InjIiiR of tho corneratono murks
ii new era lit library work hero, and
tho Carnegie gilt of J1OO.000 that m Ida
It pofcslhlo emphasizes tho value ot
tho cooperation that was responsible
for getting tho gift.
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