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Evening Bulletin
From San Franclsoat
WIIIh tmlim October 31
Per 8an Franelsool
I.urllno October 24
From Vancouver.
Xenlandli November S
For Vancouver:
Marama November 7
Thinking merchants are realizing the
fact that thousand! of dollar! waited
In any old advertising can b convert
ed Into producing quantitiet by using
the proper medium to reach the buying
public.
Try the EVENING BULLETIN at a
medium.
3:30 EDITION
Is the Window Through Which You Look at the World
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5064.
10 RAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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SON SAVES MARSTON CAMPBELL
FISHER TALKS OF KUHIO
Fever Ship
Kept Well
Off Port
Having established beyond any pos
Rlblo doubt Mint tlio Illness on board
llio Japanese liner Hongkong Mam
r tlio dread malady jellow fever, the
Federal quaianllno authorities acting
minor iiiu direction oj ur. uun iiiiiuiixi
I'utu ivitmi'tl liiu uiucon ti tuue. yw
vol permission to enter llonoliihi liar
lor Today, a forco ot stevedores who
lnanni'd n largo coal barge began tlio
work of placing on board the Infected
liner two hiimlred and fifty tons coal
At tlio uamo tlmo t!'e water burgo
l'lonecr was liatilcd along kUIo the
Hongkong Maru which rides at an
chor n distance from the entrance to
the harbor and some four hundred
iidiI fifty tons water has been pumped
nbiiard.
McCnhe, Itcnny and Hamilton, who
liao the coaling ot tlio Bhlp In hand
expect that tho job will take tho bct
(Continutd on Pago 2)
CHINESE REBELS
(Associated Press PaWn
SHANGHAI, China, Oct. 23 The
rebels, victorious in the battles to date,
now occupy the Important cities of
Chang Sha and Nan Chang.
The imperial general Chang Piao,
sentenced to death for cowardice in tho
face of danger, has committed suicide.
(Special Illl lint In Cshle.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 23. Of
facial information received hero Is that
the revolution Is progressing steadily
from the interior to the seaboard. The
imperialists admit the loss of Hawang
Chu.
FIRE LOCATED
An alarm was Rent In to tlio Central
flio Btatlon at 2:20 thin aftoinoou from
P.iuoa road, whero It Ih reported that
ii small dwelling In In flumes. Tho
department ptomptly rcHpinded, and
a Bmall loss In reported.
LEADER OF SUFFRAGE
ASSOCIATION REELECTED
(Hint-Ill Illlllet In Cable.)
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 23. Dr.
Anna Howard Shaw, president of the
National American Woman's Suffrage
Association since 1904, was reelected
today.
MOROCCAN 'AGREEMENT
IS BEING DRAFTED
(Hti'clut Illlllet In Cable.)
BERLIN, Qer Oct. 23. The Ger
man French Moroccan negotiations
will terminate this week, it is an
nounced.
FREEDOM TOO LATE
FOR JOHN R. WALSH
I8nccl.il millet In Cable.)
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 23 John R.
Walsh, the Chicago banker paroled
from Leavenworth penitentiary only a
few days ago, died today of heart
disease.
CATHOLIC PRELATE DEAD
fKpectnl Itll 1 let I II Cable)
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Oct. 23. Mon
slgnor Capel, once the pope's chamber'
lain, died today.
ON PAUOA ROAD
" iimfmirT" Av';ii1ir'ltoiatiiii'irtffiiWiTii
INVESTIGATION
OF CHARGES BY
KUHIO IS WAITING
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Rpcclnl nutlet In Coiresimnttoncc.)
WASHINGTON, D C, Oct. 12.
When Secritnry Fisher riturneil nmt
resumed IiIh olltcl.il dutlcH at thu Into
rlor Department hu found an enormous
iiiiikh of routine work awaiting him
Ills iittiutlun wax at oncu culled to
tho chargtH against (lovirnor Frear of
Hawaii, preferred by Delegate Kuhlo.
Mr Fisher deilarcd he would not read
the charges, or take the Hiibjcct up In
nuy wuy until It wnK r ached In thu
usual prnciduro 111 clearing up lilt
desk. Ho said this would probably
SEND MEN TO
Two blg engineering firms of tho
mainland nro preparing to enter tho
local field In competition for somo of
tho largo Jobs, private and public, that
will soon ho let. Ono of tho Anna has
headquarters In San rrauclsco and
the other In New York and both havo
already sent their engineers heic.
On tho Sierra last Frldav there ar
rived Collins I.. McRao and Alfiod H.
Haiterhrnitu. Mr. Mcltae icprosonts
tlio W. II. Coiicauuon Co, consti tid
ing engineers of 433 Monadnock build
ing, San I'rancljco. Mr. Hanoi hr.itiu
INEERS
IN PEARL HARBOR CONSTRUCTION
United States naval construction
work and piopost'tl fortifications itwiik
ined Interest among .1 party of about
Ighth meinbirs of tho Aimrlcan In
stitute of Mining IlnglncirB who nro
making a tour of the l'acllie to tho
Oiltut, to ii in tin for soiuo wiikx in
Japan In font taking passage for thu
homeland In tho l'acllie Mull steamer
Siberia.
Tho mining men practically msdotip
one-half ot the cabin p issciigers which
Visited Honolulu today during tho brief
stay of the l'acllie Mall llnir Manchuria
HONOLULU MAN COULDN'T SEE TAFT
Albert Met, of Honolulu tried to
Intrude) on I'nsleknl Tuft In Hail l'lan
clsto to arrange for u concert of which
Tuft was to bo tho honored guest, ac
cording to news today from thu Coast.
Appirintly Tuft must havo had a busy
night of It ut thu St. l'runcls Hotel on
October 14 A Coast paper publisher
tho following:
I)r. 1). 1'. U rreelvrlcks, noted sports
man mid champion golfer, was ejected
from thu .St 1'raucls Hotel last night
after nttimptlng to guln access to
President Taft's up.irtments through!
tho uso of n foigcd telegram, purport
ing to be un Introduction to thu na
tion's t lilt, r exccutlvu by u noted Now
Yorker '
Albert Met of Honolulu ulso had a
personal message to tho 1'iesldent,
which wuh Intel rupte el, Mctz said that
ho was a friend of I.otta, thu famous
singer of early days, mid tint ho was
at thu St. Francis to iirrango for a
limit rt, the honored guest ot whlchi
was to bo President Tuft IeUillves
(Continuod or Page 2)
r Mffki taifrH-tiMtlt'MAi''
consume thrte or four days.
'Lflto In the nftirnoon of tho name
day Mr Fisher wuh urged to take up
thu mattir of Mr. KiiIiIo'h charges Ho
llnnlly consented mid Kent for tho Dele,
gutu's lctlir. Ho hastily riad the coin
inunliiitloii, not going ovtr It with
any degree of thoroughness. It cainii
Into IiIh hunils JukI at tho close of tho
div's work, and when ho wan ready to
leae for IiIh liniue. I
Secretary Fisher Bald ho regarded
Delegate Kuhlo's communication as a
.protest n gal list thu reappointment of
mLii ,rt.et nee t ea riot ejt.Ali..H I... n . tt !!,
I'jui ii nui in in ii t uvt tiiun un tlio
(Continued on Pag 4)
F
LOOK OVER FIELD
represents Tim Snaro & Trlest Co ,
conti acting engineers, with headquar
ters at 143 Liberty street, New YorK
City.
Both of these big firms do all kinds
of contracting work, and their repre
sentatives will remain hero for Homo
tlmo looking ocr tho local lleld. Willi
a lot of hl jobs couiliig-up at Pearl
Harbor, with Territorial contracts
soon to ho let and private work stead
ily progiosslng, there ought to bo
plenty of competition In tho contract
ing lino here,
II
A committee'. Including Marxton,
Campbell, superintendent of public
works; Messrs Hepburn, Kopku mid'
Hbei'dy, lslted tlio Manchuria at tho,
(iiniautlne this morning unci Nerved in
thu eapiclty of a reception committed
to thu vislturs.
Tho engineers, however, had arrang
ed a program, and during their stay
they secured automobiles, visiting
I'carl Harbor, thu l'all, Aquarium,
lll'liop Museum, mid other polutx, re
turning for lunch ut thu Mohiii,
Will Remain In Japan.
(Continued on Page 4)
i
WRIGHT AND McLOUGHLIN
TO PLAY IN HONOLULU
U A, I.. Castle) this morning pi- M
tl celvoii a letter from Heals tl
: Wright, stating that Wright and
tt McUnighlln, challengors for tho tt
U Davis International tennis tro- H
St phy, would jiltty an exhibition tl
tt match hero against local racquet tt
tt oxports November 8, provided tt
tt that tho Zealandla docked early tt
tt enough to make such u match tt
tt possible tt
tt In any event, tho American tt
tt challengers will Btop hero for ut tt
tt least a week on their return from tt
tt Australia on tho Poliribiry boat, tt
tt This will mean a tournament and tt
tt ovhlbltlon matches more amhl- tt
tt Hems than aujthlng Honolulu has tt
tt attempted In tho past. tt
tt a
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt it it
JMMH-Atft-flt'iW , mtminp imMMmMtAMAmniitmJLiuA-siu,
McNamara
Defense
Hurt
f Associate! Pros dtite.)
LOS ANGELES, Cat, Oct. 23. The
deciiion of Judge Walter BordwelLJ
patiing taleimen even though they
admit their belief that the Lot Angeles
Times building was blown up by dyna
mite, Is regarded as a severe blow to
the defense In the McNamara case now
on trial. The contention of the de
fense has been that no juror should be
passed who admits his belief dynamite
caused the disaster.
CASE ON AGAIN
(AxsocLstetl Pnwx CnbbO
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 23. The re
trial of Dr. R. C. Hyde on the charge
of murdering Col, Thomas H. Swope
by poison begajijtoday.
Ir 1 1) do, iindir sentence of llfo m
prisoimuiit, wuh released on a writ of
habeas corpus last April, there being a
reasonable' doubt of his guilt The
Hnpremo Court reversed the decision
of the lower court and reminded for
a new trial, but tlio Kupremu Court's
decision wan largely on technical
gromiils Thu Sunpo murder case Ix
ono of the most famous In thu criminal
annals of tho West Colonel Hnopn
wax nil undo of Ur Hide's wife.
AGAIN NO GAME;
RAIN
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Oot. 23.
Once more the world's championship
series was halted by rain, - and the
Philadelphia Athletics and New York
Giants had another day of delay.
FIRE DAMP IS
HARRISBURG, III, Oct. 23. An ex
plosion of fire damp In a coal mine here
has killed nine and wounded ten
miners.
ANOTHER DEAD IN
COWETA RACE WAR
(bisilal II il 1 1 1-till Cable.)
COWETA, Okla- Oct. 23. A there-
suit of the race war that started yes
terday over the killing of the city at
torney by a negro, another death from
the riots has followed and two more
were wounded. The militia is enforcing
martial law.
SECIALISTS LEAD
IN GERMAN ELECTION
STRASDURQ, Alsace-Lorraine, Ger,
Oct. 23. The elections for the lower
house so far show twenty clericals
named to fifty socialists.
SUGAR
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Oct. 23
Ileets: 88 mini) six, 17h 0 l-'.'d ; parity,
CCCc Previous quotation, 17s. Cl-td
H. E. HENDRICK
Acting Agent
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
MURDER
DEATH TO NINE
MULTIGRAPH
EXHAUSTED. THE
FATHER RESCUED
FROM DROWNING
The pluck and athletic prone of
ouiik .Miirton Campbell, tlfttt'ii-Vfur-old
ton of the mipirlntiiideiit of public
works. Baud Ills fiitlur from drowning
In the Btormy wuttrx outHlilo ttie reef
at Kiihaln, bejoml Diamond Head, yix-
ttrday afternoon llrulxtd mid battir
ed by wind and breakers, fiimphill si
nlor wax clinging desperate Iv to the
bottom of tin Overturned skiff when
the suit, xw hunting out from the reef,
rescued thu father In the nick of time,
few moments more, savs thu su-1
perliitendent, and hu would have tost make tho channel
his hold on the skin find sunk. Ax Itl The superintendent got nervous when
wax, he wax taken from thu water nli-ihe saw thu lads weru unable to get
solute ly exhausted, his muscles so back Into tho channel, mid dually, tok-
tensed nnd "bound" from the 'elespe r-1 lug u skiff, rowed out towards Hum.
ate light for llfo In tho uiter that ho Ax long as he was In fairly good via
could not lift a cup of tin to his lips Irr, hu had smooth sailing, but tjoon
Tho rescue wax one of the most lira-
matic and during things evir recorded
In these waters, nnd lnado still more,
dramatic by the clrcunmtanrcx thai
surrounded It,' I'or the father Imprr-
llled his own life In the nrtJiUctbe).iincl otherwise, and they'wen suddenTy
cause he thought bis son and another
hid were In danger. It wax only a few
moments thereafter that tho situation
was reversed mid the xon was buttling
for hlx father's life. I
Hilo Reclamation
Plans Submitted
Hecretury K A. Mott-Hinlth brought
buck with him from llllo tho figures
worked out ley Ilnglneer Kdvvard A.
Koutliworth, county engineer for Ha
waii, for thu big reclamation plum
there. They show that there Is a total
of 72.13 acre's to be tilled and .that
tills will take, approximately Ml, GOO
coble: yards of matt rial. j
Mr. Mott-Kmlth went all over 'the
L'liiittiel eleirliii- Ills trill Mi, rn. utiel Hint
ed this morning Hint at the) Walaoluinal
suiiinp wax u bud project to bump)
against Tlitru wtru several springs
coming up In It and somu ot the'
holes weru thirty feet deep As u tough
estimate, he thinks that tho volume of
water Honing out of thu swum)) every
twenty-four hours Ix about 100,000,000
gallons. It Is tine liitentlbh to leave
thu springs mid tuku thu Water tiWay
through a conduit to thu river. There
lire, thrice biruu outitrx. the irocerfitiit!it
and about forty small ones
Following Ix tin engineer's rejlort In
part:
"In compliance with jour request t
DE IING BUMS
PlM-PKIFIC EXPOSITION
"Tho visit of President William II.
Tuft, and th ground-breaking corn
monies havo set In motion the energies
of all lojul citizens of the Stuto of
California, who have at once gone to
work for tho success of the Punnmu-
l'acllie international exposition to bo
held ut Ban Pinnclsco," remarked M.
II. do Young, vlco president ot tho ex
position and now u commissioner to
thu Orient, en route to tho Far Kust
us u passenger In tho Pacific Mull Hu
er Manchuria, nnd today a visitor ut
Honolulu.
Mr. da Young, Mis, do Young nnd
thu Misses I'll) Ills and Kutlileuu d"
Young form a party who will leisure
ly encircle thu world and it may bo u
FROM DEATH
CHARGES
Young C.impbill and another lael
about bis own ago, Cleorge Cra), sou
of ChirleV Cray of Kauai, went out
soiling about 2.30 o'clock yesterday
atternoon through the channel that
lends out from the Kabala reef They
wtru easily vlslbbe from thu Campbell
home, as will ax ftoui the homex of
xeviral oilier residents of this section
of tin
beach Coming bick toward
xhure, they hud to light mi
offshore
breeze and beavj waves, nnd thu
somewhat frail sailing iruft could not
he passe-el out when tho breukers he
gun to rise mid his little skiff wax liu-
mediately In trouble, !
All along the bench thero w'trn pop-
pie wutihliri Campbell through glasses
liorrllled to see the skiff go over and
Campbell thrown Into tho wuter. Ho
clung to the bottom of tho skin, and,
although he could Just be discerned
(Continued on Page 4)
submit herewith n preliminary report
and estimates for thu reclamation of
tho llllo swamps In accordance to thu
pluns ndopttd by jour department fur
tho sanitary measure of this city
'Thu llrst and most Important work
to, bu done Is thu filing In of the low
sWumpx lihig below thu live-feet con
tour lines which contain mi area of
72)1-100 acres, uml requiring DM, M0
cubic Minis of mutt rial to 1111 the same
"The most praetlcul mid economic
method to e'Xeiute this work would hu
thu Installation of a turbhio ce utrlfti-
gal sand mid gravel pump connected
to an electric motor upon it small
dredging scow, mid pump Hit sand and
ravel from thu beach nnd thu Wullou
river through a wooelen stuvo pipe line
Into thu swamps There Ix every ad
yuiitage to be had for electric power
fr.Jiii thu llllo I.lcctrlc Light, which
has given us u llguie, being a Hut rale
of I.' CO per house power per month
of nine hours' work per day, which
would be equivalent to JIIOOO for thu
(Continued on Page 3)
MESSAGE 0,
)ar before they again return to the
Coition State by tho way of the con
tinent of Curope and the United King
dom. "My Journey will not ho completed
until my work is done," laughingly re
plied Mr. do Young, the well known
Sail rrauclsco millionaire-publisher of
tho Chronicle, who was Inteiested In
viewing tho city from the decks of the
big llnor us tho vessel slowly made
wuy towards Alakea wharf
Commissioner For the Orient.
"I expect to remain at least a mouth
111 touring Japan, spreading Interest
In foreign countries
"From Japan, I propose to visit the
(Continued on Page 4)
toliaikiiiYMiiriiiiilfir ffiiitu
Carter Was
Busy On
Bids
BY C. S. ALBERT.
fHpfrlnl II ii 1 1 el In Cirivxnonileiicc.)
WASIIINHTON, I) C, Oct. 12.
The contract for extemllug the Hllo
breakwater was given to u Philadel
phia concern on the theory that min
or Informalities ehl pot Invalidate Its
hid. It was also held In bo for tho
best interests of the United States
(lov eminent to sivt' the 2 cciiIh a ton
Involved. War Department olllclals
are unanimous In asserting that no
other considerations Influenced their
action.
According to thorn In chargo of tho
matter hero the Philadelphia Ilrcak
wutcr Company bid $2.17 j;r ton,
wlillo tho bid ot tho lyord-Young lhi
glncerlng Company was $2.19 a ton.
Tho local firm Immediately protested
against the acceptance of the Phila
delphia concern's bid. Olllclnls say
no. allegation of fraud or unfair meth
ods was mude.- A number ofmlnor
Informalities wcroqlted and u strong
argument advanced" to domonstrato
that they Invilldated -.the entire bid.
The nulhoiltlcH In the chief ot engi
neer's office say they seemed all pos
sible Information on the subject. They
carefully examined tho Informalities
Indicated, ficnernl Illxh), chief or en
gineers, finally mndo u Mat recommen
dation that tho Philadelphia, hid ho
nctcptotl am) the contract awarded.
In the meantime former fiovernor
Carter, of Hawaii, Interested himself
In behalf of the Lord-Young Kngiueer-
(Continued on Page 3)
s
BOARD OF TRADE
HITS PLANS OF
CAMPDELL
(fipeclsl Hull-urn Wireless )
llll.O, Oct 21 At u special meeting
of the Hllo Hoard of Tradet today, ev
ery speaker was against tint plan of
rtiipiilntiiidtnt of Public Works Mar
stou Campbell to grant thu llllo rail
nnd a right of-wuy In tlio middle ot
Hit, proposed slrett between Wulakea
mid the proposed wharf
Superintendent It W Tiller of thu
rallioiid company suvx this plan would
be bad engineering Campbell will bo
asktd to submit his plans to the Ho ml
of Trnde be fore taking action
BRYAN GIVES UP
i 1 4' "
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AUAPAIIOi:. Neb, Oct IS
For vvliat Is lullt veil the llrst
time In hlx curt cr, William J.
Ilijun last nb, lit publicly ac
knowledged Unit he never would
ho President of th Unlteel
Slates
Ihu statement wax made as
the c llni ix and tho closu of a
political speech llrjan made to
thu farmers of this county, Bay
lug: I shall nuver ho President,
but I would rather go to my
grave vvltlf tho consciousness
that I hivo done right, that I
havo done all In my power to
give my country the best pos
sible form of government, than
to bo President."
PRESIDENCY
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