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From 8in Franolsce.
Mi.neht.rlu, lluliolulnii. ,. October 23
For San Francleeoi .
Mongolia , October 22
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5063.
20 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911. 20 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
U. S. PICKS Silt FOR COALING STATION
NAVY MEN HAVE
Tho imMil engineers tiro today mal:-vvater. It wilt extend, however, nbcmt
Ink surveys und driving test piles nt "I111'1 'llstnnce ''"V t urfuce,
, . ... , .,RllB n capacity morn tluiii tvvlco an
l'earl Harbor for what will ho tlKr.lt aH . 7r0oo ....xv ...ah.lalm-.lluro
Krc.il. 'st coaling station on the laclllc.aH ,m,,iions f ,ulr.
After inoiitliH of Indecision the moat Although u coaling station was In
advantageous site obtainable hits hccivludesl n the 1U,000,000 eiitlii.ate f
llnally determined upon, mid It Is vx-Kee-re-tiiiy of the. Navy CJeorgo Von I.,
picte-d that nil appropriation of $:!K,-.Miyir for l'earl llarhor work, thero
DUO will ho made by II. e next CnngreHslmH been eousldernhlc difference of
for tho vvurk. opinion ns to tho bent site-. Poukala
The Hlti sele-ctcd Is the southwcstPnlnt i.tid Ford Island Spit Imvo been
lor.icr of the naval reservation at I'ciirNcrloilsly (oi.Hldirid, and It Is only
Harbor, and ndJciliiH the ground sctvvllhln the last few days that Admiral
..tide for the proposed hospital station. Cnvvle-s ni.d tho naval cnglne-crs have
A h.igu basin of relnforcid concretc.ilccliled In reeommind the site which
oval In Hhnpe and measuring 1200 hyl.i now being exploited.
SOU feet, will bo tliu coal container. Preliminary surve-ys and tests will be,
This buMn will bo 18 feet deep and tocomph-ti-d In a few weeks and tho l.cc
II.Ih depth tho stored roal will bo underi-ssiiry data sent to Washington.
Legal Fight Starts
On Belt Road Case
Men Who Head Work Of Laymen's
Missionary, Convention Next
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PCKINO, China, Oct. 21. Rumon are current litre that the flagship of
Admiral Sah Shah Ping, head of the Imperial navy squadron that hat been
engaged against tho revolutionists, hat been sunk.
It it reported that the rebels are holding Hwang Chow, the narrowest
point of the Yangtie-Kinng river and a strategic position, also I Chang and
the railroad near Kwang Shut.
The national assembly will conven tomorrow and a crisis is feared.
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FIGHT ON REORGANIZATION OF TOBACCO TRUST
A NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 21. The attorneys-general of the States of Vir
ginia and North and South Carolina have filed a joint petition against tha
propqsed reorganization plan of the A-neiican Tobacco Company.
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WOMAN IN CHICAGO ROBBED OF $10,000 IN JEWELS
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 21. Mrs. Fairbanks hat been robbed of jewels her
tad to be worth $10,000.
Aliening Hint, John II Wilson haa
ti status In tho court in bin capacity
of unsuccessful bidder, but only as n
.akpaycr, tho tlofemlnnt In tho belt
road caso this mot nine filed a motion
to strike out ull tlioso parts of tho
complaint that did nut comply with
this rosttlctlon. Argument was st-ut-ed
before Judge W. J. Robinson In tho
rittlty court this morning und short
ly after noon was continued until Mon
day afternoon r.oxt.
Deputy Attorney General While E.
Sutton appeared for the loan fund
commission olid Attorney IC. M. W'ut
boii for tho l.orcl-YoutiK Unglneorlng
company, whllo representing Wilson
w-re Attorneys Mnson V Prosser and
Itohhlns B. Anderson iirgtilug against
the motion to strlko.
The defendants tako as their stand
the Kilnt that Wilson enn only he
heard in Iho court as a tnxpajor mid
not as mi unsuccessful bidder. The
complaint, they claim, has a raft ot
matter that deals with what loss lie
will suffer as an unsuccessful bidder
and this they tiro tisklng to have
Argument on the caso was lengthy
tho complainants fighting harf against
tho motion to strlko and taking up
each point of tho complaint ns It came
up and arguing out tho merits of It.
Tho attorney's tnhlo was covered will.
law books und when Attornnv ProHsnr
hud made his lust appeal tu the judge,
Attorney Anderson took up the fight
ami started In to q.ioto from the vari
ous authorities. Tinio cut him short,
however, and tho case had conse
quently to go over until Monday when
he will finish out his long list.
TIMBER CUniNG AT WAIANAE
Following n story that appeared In
tho Hullo tin on October 11 relat
ing to the alleged cutting of timber
ut Walunac, on about three thousand
March next year. It Is thought that
u contract has been let to u Japan
esu named Matsumoto, who controls
ucres of land that are ut tho present "lu "nwiillan Uallastlng company, to
tlmo iiiulor lease to tho now sett Kb-
tato, tho Attorncy-aeucrars Depart
ment has been making lnestlgatlons.
Attorney tleneral Lindsay nnuounced
At tlrst It was thought that tho
matter would conio out us did the case
mi Muul, wheru tho lenso states that
no nlgoroba shall bo cut and the tlm
hor cutters got out of It owing to the
fact that the Supreme Court has hold
that algerobu Is not timber.
When the lease was rcfened to.how
over, It wus found, suys Lindsay, that
this does not apply to tho piesent In
bianco and that there is u special
ulaiibo In the lease which states that
the lessees must not cut down tiees
of uny description that wero either
growing on tho land when they wont
there or have grown since.
As far as tho Attorney flenoral has
been ablo to II ml out, thero ure about
thirty men enguged In cutting tho
trees und on Monday ho will take
uteps to Imvo this stopped. The lands
In question nro In one of tho several
fertile valleys, that llo along tha route
of the Oiihu Hallway and Umd Com
pany lines, The Dowsett estate has
Iho land under thlily yeais' lease,
cut tho timber.
Photo by Perkins.
Central Cooperating Committee on steps of Y. M. C. A. building. From left to right: Back row T. Clivo Davies,
0. von Damm, Arthur C. Smith, W. uowen. Middlo row Frank Atherton, President A. F. Griffith., Oahu Col
lege) Maj. A. M. Davis, U. S. A., chairman committee! Carl du Roi, Felix Tranquada, Rev. J. P. Erdman. Front
row Paul Super, Samuel K. Kamaioplli.
THE LAYMEN'S MISSIONARY MOVEMENT.
By MAJ. A. M. DAVIS
Chairman Central Cooperating Committee, Laymen's Mis
The modem missionary campaign indemnity for expenses Incurred by
Is u matter of peculiar Interest to
Honolulu .Hlt-nlcd as It Is, wheru
It leeches the tlrst Impact of the
Kast on the West, It is going to be
of ltal Intel est tu Honolulu that that
Impact be Christian. Christianity
means dWII.itlnu, and as eighty pel
tent of the ChilsthinUIng Inlluencn Is
supported by A.ncilcnu and llrltlsh
capital, that civilisation will be
Anglo-Savm, and half uf It American.
American clvlliuti.m means Ameri
can Ideals, which It is of Ital Inter
est that Honolulu should obtain when
the apparently Inevitable clash shall
come be tu ecu Occidental mid Otluntal
In tho domain of International rela
tions the United Stales is the only
power that has out Injected the
Golilen Itulu ns n basis of uegntln-
With nearly two hundred delegates turn The national luud-grabh'jrA of
l.urope stoon agiuisi a. inn nruon oi
MAJ. A. M. DAVIS, U. S. A.,
Chairman, Cooperating Committee,
and Judcn J
which expires during the tlrst purl of I from Muul.
MASS MEETING CALLED
BY THE HAWAIIANS
For the purpose of resenting at
tucks on the Iluwalluns, mudo in u
portion of tho dally press, u mass
meeting of llawallans Is being culled
for next Satin day night In Anln park.
Notices of tho meeting are being seal
out ull over tho Territory.
It Is declared that the meeting Is
absolutely non-polltlcut, and that Its
sole purposo Is to glo tho llauallaus
un opportunity of olclng their re
sentment for attacks niado upon them.
Prince Kul.lo, 1). Kulauokulanl, Win.
White, 0. K. Keawehuku, J. t. I-mo
und others are mentioned as possible
speakers ut the meeting. Accoidlng
to reports, among prominent,' Ilu
walluns who aro coming from other
parts ot the Ulunds to attend tlm
meeting nro Charles K. Not ley, Itev
H. L. nosha, Senator Makckitii und
Supervisor Sum Kuuhanu of Hawaii;
County Clink J. M Kuneukuu and
County Attorney S. K Kueo of Kauai,
W. Kttluu aim oilier men
Its participation In the allied military
occupation of China.
Tho United States docs not claim
to be tho most cult.iied of tho nations
of thn world, but It dues claim to be
Die most gentlemanly In Its Interna
tional lelatlons. tlentlemanllnoss has
been well dellned us thnt quality in u
man which pioents his placing nliy
ouu In n false or unpleasant position,
and therefore Is a quality of Uie
heart and not of the exterior, In
other words, It means u course of
conduct bused un tho Golden llulo.
In tho International agreements of
tho future between Kast and West,
Honolulu has good reason to hope
that all may ho gentlemen's agree
ments in tho highest sense of the
For this reason, If for no higher,
Honolulu desires the missionary cam
paign Eastward to he as much un
American campaign us Is possible,
ami bids tho I.ayinen's Missionary
Publish glad tidings
Idlings of peace,
Tidings of Jesus,
llcdeu.ptlon and release.
Sweeping Orders To
Ily '. S. Albert. .valets and mesHroom orderlies from tho
(Piwclil IK.llHlIn CornsiHimlenee ) nay yards at Manila, Kali lVanclsco,
WAHIIINtVrON. I '. Oct 9 Norfolk and other places. It then de-
Qulto n sensation huh been t-riuttil bylvehiped that Iho disappearance was In
Ihe isHiianie of ordtrs which will grad- teiillomil. The nun were being re
n.illy but surely Americanize the army I moved at every poxhlhtu opportunity,
anil navy. All aliens are to be replaced It j Intended to dlspcnve with every
by American citizens. It is not lit ic-i Japanese servant, no matter In what
nftir iiniiiosc.1 in take any ilmnci.s on eniuclly hu is employed, Tha nanni
the leakage of military sicrets,
The Issuance of thu sweeping orde
was enveloped In the utmost f.ecriey.tlnnalltles, although the pripondcrnncii
lis actual existence did not become of suil. servitors wire Japanese,
known until after the lontlm.al illM.it- (Continued on Page 3) "
un enpacliy l.u is employe n, inn samu
rule will be applied to ull other na
iler pearaiiee of Japaneso butlers, cooks.
Yellow Fever Feared
HII II PEOPLE ANGRV AT MHPBEIL
In attendance. Hawaii's drst cjnven
lion of tho Laymen's Missionary .Move- Iho Unlled States In thrco notable up
inent will begin next Monday nt 12 plications of this principle In lecent
o'clock, when thero will bo a luncheon jriirs, vi In grunting und lnalntaln
and session In tho now Y. M. C A,' lug an Independent government In
games hall. Cuba, In tho policy of non-eplnltu-
Soldi.m has nny religious movement tlou und liberal fieo odueatlou In tin)
nioused such widespread Intetest In I'lilllpplnes. und In tho lotum of thu
Hawaii as tho Laymen's Mlsslouuiy
Movement. As In uveiy other put of
the country, It lias uppuutcd with l.ie
slstlblo forco tu not only thu rullglous
hut 1.11 tho elumoiitu of tho commu
nity, Most of tho denominations rep-
icscnted In Honolulu uio bending delo- (Ppecl.il llulletln dirnapmulenee) refirimo to tho local Ideas,
gates to tho convention next week. HIL, O.t i'O -A iiuiiiih p or ener- ti, only knowledge of this plan
Tho luncheon next Monday noon g.llo piotests am being heard In this uiihli IIIH gemrnlly beeouie known in
will open two ,i.i) h of work towanl " m,r 'lu Plans for development of this elly l throiiKli the following state,
practical mlsslonaiy activity It is tint M-ctlon of land lu vicinity of Heed's mt-i.t by .Mr Campbell:
emphasized thut tho general public I'-'V nnd Kulilo Hay, wlilili have been -'riio cnniinlssloii will lay out a very
Is Invited to every session and thut evnlvul by Commissioner of l'ubllo id.i stmt, which will bo called rail
Iho luncheon session will bo open to Wo.ks Marsloii Campbell. Tho nnlii mid nvtiiuo. In Iho cenl.r of which will
all after otio o'clock. Then, seems objtitio.i emues to thu fuel that he ,lm the uillioul Iraeks. On both sldi's
to liuvo been mi luipiosslon that us proposes to giant In tho llllo ltallroad ( this will be slr.ets nod It will servo
tho movement Is primarily for men, Company a tight of way through the ., u ,.,ss for tho further subdivision
women uio not Invited to tho con- middle of the new and luu.nl street r the track of laud which runs along
venllon sessions, but bhcIi Is not tho whhh Is piuposul as tho conneitlng waleifiont as well as Iho laud back
caso, A special Invitation Is extended link between Front strut nnd the new tluieof"
In ull by Major A, M. Davis, chairman whaif location. Tho mutter Is one of a a
uf Iho convention rommlltro. louslibiablo Importance! to tho people w i mautiw iiemt .if ilo. ninr
Major Davis Hits niornlng Issued tho of lids elty und appears to liavo been r.Hoisi c-li deparjineut of the U. H. Oeei-
iiiiiuniiii, iiuuou; Hittteii, as nir us inn nupi riiiie-iuie-ii. in graphical survpy here, left for Maul
(Continued on Pago 4) Public Works Is concerned, without any last night by thu gteuuior Cluudiue.
A Chinese discovered this mornlng'the lllm-sj of one of his Chinese pas
among lfjll other passengers In the Tojo'isengi rs 'J'lm Jap.iiieso surgeon on
Klsen Kalshii liner lluugkoug Miiru, bnanl the Hongkong Maru Is said to
caused it llltlo pally of Federal fiiar-nivu stated that the Chinese complain
aulluu olllclals ut this port to taku'ed of Illness somii days ago.
Immediate neitlco und at onco raise thul It Is slgullleatit that, according tu
bars which placed that vci.se! lu de- what run be learned, tho e-ssel visited
tentlon, Kbit Is now riding tit anchor these South and Central American
off tho port of Honolulu, with quur- peirls during the period when Surgeon
uutlue, customs and Immigration olll- (leiie-ral Wyman had temporarily let
cers under detention down the ipi.in.ntlno safe-guards on tho
n.o dread specter Yellow Jae-k Is other side, so far us e-oncerne-el Hono-
suspetU-d eif having found Its way Into lulu. Tho Morn, of prote-st aroused
tho hte-i.mer which now uvvulls in. oi- hero was epilckly followe-d by word from
purtuully to e-nter tliu harbor and tako Dr. Wyman that tho precautions had
on u eouslgumeut of coal before taking, been ordered resumed.
up the voyage across tho Faclllc to Tho caso Is a suspicious one. nnd
Japan and China ports that It bus caused a deckled stir In
Tho Hongkong Man. comes from loe-al quarantine, circles Is borne out by
Central und South Amerlcu. This ves. the activity dh-plavitl in tlm calllnu
sel nppe'ared off the harbor ut daylight,
and ii party of 1'eiliral quurantli.u.i.ed-
leal otllce-rs. Including Dr Carl Ilamus,
Dr A N Sinclair und Inspector Mrs.
together of i. ciinfi reiico of local phy
sicians mid specialists, which took place
ut noon teiday
Dr Slue lair relurneel from the ship
Smith, lu the launch Oahu, visited tho and ut euu-o gut Into i-imiiiiuulcnltoii
ship at 6:30 and boarded tho vessel. with Dr Curry and Dr llobdy. In
Captain Togo, master of tho Japan- lll.u im-nutlimi Dr. Kamus, lte.nl of tho
ese liner, Informed the local officers of (Continued on Page 4)
Cmnia A. do Fries this niornlng,
thiotigh hor attorney Iirrlu Andrews,
moved that the Injunction against her
brought by K. Kanakunul might bu
dismissed as tho complainant hud
fulled to file bonds,
Christina Mattlno was IIiIh morning
grunted u divorce from Ignatlo Mar
line, tho grounds being desertion nnd
The term summons in the caso of
W O, Smith ot al ugalust Kaul was
returned lu the Circuit Court this
II. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Street
SAN FHANCISCO, Cal . Oct 21.
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p7(e Previous quotation, 17s. 7 l-2tl.
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