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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., OCT. 26.
JOHN A. MCCANDLESS, WHO HAS
BEEN IN SAN FRANCISCO ON A
BUSINESS TRIP, IS REPORTED TO
HAVE INTERVIEWED PRESIDENT
TAFT ON THE HAWAII GOVERN
ORSHIP MATTER, AND TO HAVE
FOUND HIM PREDISPOSED TO
WARD FREAR. MCCANDLESS IS
REPORTED TO HAVE NO DOUBTS
OF FREAR'S APPOINTMENT.
Mr. McCiiiuIIohh wih tn liac returned
to Honolulu by tho Wllli'-lin I mi next
Tuesday HiimIiicss associates hern re
ceived word yesterday, howowr, that
lie would remain In Han Francisco sev
eral d.is binder than he originally In
tf inlcit. II Is stated hero that be Is
walling Tnr the in-rival of n man rroin
tile II.iHt with Important business.
Tho rctlHPil HieclfloiitlonB fur tho
renovation of tlio Jiutlelary building
aro cxpoclod In bo tendy noxt week.
Superintendent of Public WnrkK
Miustoii Catnpboll ban been drawing
tlieni up anil lliey nro now rcaily for
a full revision, all the necessary alter
ations being mailc. Ah toon as they
tan bo typefl tlioy will ho illstrlbnloil.
TciiiIimh for tho work In ronnectinn
with llio Million sewer were ndvcrtlu
cd for jcaterilay afternoon nml tlm
llnlBhlng toucbes nro being put on tho
HpcclllcatloiiB fnr tlio Kcunlo one.
With reporta tn tho effect that tlm
house fnr tntnarinw'a matinee Ih en
tirely koIiI out, nml that tickets for
tonight nro going Uko lint cakes, tho
hiiccosh of the entertainment to bo
S I v c'n at tho Hawaiian Opera House
for tho benollt of tlio Freo KlndorRur
len nml Children's Alii Association Is
Tlm French Pastoral Dance will lie
n light and ilnluty bit, by way of con
trast to tlio illgnllleil Hawaiian tableau
which precedes It.
Klfibt young slrlH, dressed In lovely
French costumcH, with wieatlis of
Honors on their beads and garlands
or loses In their hands, will take part
In Hie dance.
Tim Canterbury Pilgrims, number
ing snmo of the liest known penplo of
the city, will furnish tho grand finale.
Advices brought to Ibis iort yea
tenlay with tho anlval of tlio Toyo
Klsen Kalshn llnor Nippon Maru toll
of the foundering of tlm .lupancHo
hteamor rililnshii Maru a vessel of
about 1000 toim displacement which Is
hald t' hnvo gone down In' n typhoon
cnrnuntoicil oft Hainan on tho morn
ing of Hopluiiibor 19th, Tho steamer
was bound from MelKc to Slngiiporn
with n carK'i t'f coal atu cncoimloiod
thn tMilioon on tlio 18th Inst. Tho
ofllceis and crow niitulieied ril! nnd
only the Captain and a stoker aro
known lo bo ullve. They cIiiiik tn
i nmo wrcckago nml woto oust nshoro
it Hainan after lieluu- twelve houra
In tlio wiilor. Tlioy were biniiRhl on
In Hongkong from Hollinw on a Ilrl
Mrs. Alice l.yiniin, wife of Dr. J oil n
I.vmiin. the alleged fake pininnti'r, Ih
miIiir lilnt for divorce.
PROPOSED AGREEMENT IS
"ROTTEN;" WILL FIGHT IT
Tlie llRlit over the llllo wharf agree- &
merit will lie whrciI within tho hoard
of liarlier commissioners Itself tomor-
row meruliiR If It seems likely, at tho
special hearing, Hint an attempt will
lie iniidn to secure Immediate action on y
Commissioner Charles J. McCarthy
this mnriiliiR deetiireil lilniself siiuarely ,.;.
opposed to the iiRreenient between thn ...
llllo Itallroait nml the harbor beard us .,
It lias been handed out for consldcru-i...
Hon by Hupcrlntcndcnt of 1'ubllc Worka ...
Mnrstou Campbell. J...
"llnllcn" Is tlio way Commissioner,...
McCarthy this moriiliiR cliariicterlr.eil' t,
the iiRreemenl, tlio terms of which were
iiiinle pulille only it few days iiro nml
tlio re.il elTect of which was drawn ut
tentlnn to yesterday afternoon for tho
tlrst time by tlio II u 1 1 a 1 1 n.
Mr, McCarthy's opposition, to tlio
form of agreement Riven to the com-
lulHslnnerk liy Campbell ileveloped Im
mediately lifter be bad gone Into tlio
matter jcslenlHy iimrnfiig... lTo ,iii.nlo..
u Htiidy of the iiKreement yvHteriliiy ,i,
inornhiR and found nt oneeI(hb said to- ,
iliiy, that Its. terms practically turn nj,
wliarf built by tho people over to tlio
"I can not understand why such an
iiKreement should tie considered," bo
subl today "When 1 lend Hint agree
ment ei.terday morning you could hnvo
knocked me over with a feather,
would be an outrage If It passed.
Who Drew Aoreemenl?
"I am not nble to say definitely who-
ARMY WILL AID IN
Tho recent yellow focr scare If
tho picBcnco or an Infected lil In
tho s'ream can bo dignified by that
name-has caused n niovo toward mos
quito extermination In army elides
At tho earnest icrnininomlatlnn of
Major J. M, Kennedy, senior medical
olllcer of tho department, (lenoinl Mu
cotnb litis appointed a lioird tn Invcs
i'riiIo condltloiis at the local posts
mid tcconimcnd proventntlvo mothoda
In case ol an otitbicik "f cllow fovor
"Tills order for mosquito InvestlRii
llun means uothliiR nioro than np
poars on Its fueo," slid a hlgli anny
olflcor today, "Ah to any likelihood
of tho Federal Riiornincnt sloppliiK
In takltiR chnrRO of tho situation, as
wns dono In tho Cnnul zono, I think
that is voty lemoto ami would only
tinppen In enso of a real fovor out
break. If tho Rovernnient did tnko
charge hero, howoor, It would hnvo
tn tako over all branches of the local
administration to mako Its work effective-."
Tho order roads as follows:
Hctulquartcrs Department of
Honolulu, II. T Oct. 21, 1911.
1. A board of modlcal oIIIcoib In
Major .lames M. Kennedy, Medical
Major Wallaco I)o Witt, Modlral
1st Lieutenant Adam K. Schlanser,
.Medical Corps, I
IB iipKiliitcil to meet at Tort Shariqr,'
II. T at 10 o'clock A. M Octolior 27,
1011, or as Boon Ihoroallcr as ptactl
cnblP tn InroHtlRiitu, ieKirt upon, and
mako recommendations concerning Iho
proper Hteps lo bo taken at onch isist
In tills department with n view to
mlnlmUliiR tho dniiRer of an outbionk
or lunsqiillo-horno illseaso, sliould any
such bo introduced Into tho Hawaiian
The hoard will hold sessions tit
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HOW HILO FEELS.
(Special tin I let I n Wireless.)
IIII.O, Oct. 27. Tho second
spiilal tneetlnR held by the llllo
lln.inl of Trade, yesterday ufter
iioiiii, oer the proposed llllo
wharf iiRreenient, was practical
ly unanimous nRalnst RrnntlnR
the prior nml preferential rights
tn Hie llllo railroad nnd tho
American- Hawaiian Htcnmshlp
Company on the wharf. Com
plete Rovernnient uiervlsion Ih
asked for, nnd the mcetliiR do
cbled that the agreement should
last ten years, at tlio end of
which time a new agreement
nailer conditions then existing
should tic made. Tlio board
named iim Its representatives to
attend the meeting In Honolulu
s. M.wsrw Klllolt. Wlan.iind iletz
-BPrr. MunnRer Wright of the
Vnlcano Jjtnbles also goes.
! 'J -i i
drew the agreement. Homo tlmo ago.
when the question or building the wharf
came before tho commission, the com
mlssliinMiiriieil the matter over to Mr,
Campbell to talk over with Mr. Thurs-
"Tbo wordliiR of the statute requires
u contract to be entered Into between
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Pchofleld Ilarrncks, Fort Mugcr and
Fort Do Hussy, In such order nnd at
Mich times ns may bo determined up
on. This lmard Is In session nt Fort
Hhaflcr today. Itcrcntly an appropria
tion of $3,300 wan tnado for replacing
mosquito screcnos at Fort Shalter,
hut no provision has been mado for
removing tho causo of tho troublo.
Major Diirnnm mailo tho statement
hoforo leaving for tho coast, that If
ho had this sum to spend on killing
mosquitoes Instead of for keeping
them out, ho could conic pretty ctnRo.klcklng now that the railroad should
to exterminating them altogether. HI bo allowed to cross Front street. What
plan was to fill In some of tho ii-iU
nnd treat tho stream with cntdo oil.
RESUME WORKiHEALTH CHIEF IS
Tho Fedornl Orand Jury this morn
ing resumed ItH session. It adjourned
at noon until nlno o'clock Monday
It la understood that Iho Jury look
mi tho mattor of ox-nollcomau Umg.
' who was arrested a couple of days
' iiro and confessed to double bigamy,
i The Celtic Chief caso was also on
this morning In tho Fodcrnl Court and
will cnniu up for further hearing thin
(Special Hul Int In Cable.)
MEXICO CITY, Mex, Oct. 27. Three
ministers in President Madero's cabi
net, the ministers of war, tho interior
and public instruction, have resigned as
a result of the Zapatista row.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
FREAR HASN'T READ IT. 8
Jt Governor Frcar stated this St
JJ morning that ho had not read St
St tho proposed ngtecmont between St
SS tho hurbor commission and the St
U llllo Railroad company but ho SS
SS 8iipKiscd thnt tho Idea Is to SS
U place tho plana before all par- SS
SS tics. SS
SS "I to not know what tho toniiB SS
tt of tho contiact are,'' ho said, tl
SS "but I auppoio that tho mattor SS
SS will ho placed before the public SS
SS'and dlBctlaEoJ., j SS
PLANS BEING MADE FOR
I While tiupcrlntcndctit .it Public
Works Marstnn Campbell denies that
mi) tiling definite lias been decided as
to the llllo wharf .'!' llllo railroad
agreement, there are tn the oltlce of the
Teirllurbil survejor ma is unit blue
prints showing, that tbo llllo railroad,
with tho sanction,' It Is alleged, of
Campbell, has applied for a grant of
land of seventy-tlvo acres almost di
rectly on the shore end of tho wharf,
to be used as u terminal.
This terminal site Is so situated that
It almost blocks the way tn tho wharf.
This site. It was stated In answer to
question at the surveyor's oltlce this
morning, Ih in addition to almost the
sainn amount of terminal property al
Nothing has been done, Campbell lus
said all along. In an nlry manner, anil
lintblmr can tin dune until this wliarf
'agreement Is put through. He declares
the llllo people nrn Jumping at conclu
sions and should wait until they get
If this Is so. why Is It that the sur
vey department Is preparing plans
showing exactly tho land wanted by
the railroad for a right-of-way, and
also the huge terminal plot they aro
asking for at tbo entrance tn the
This pluiho of the question has been
kept In the background and the public
put off by telling them that nothing
can be done In tbo mutter and that
nothing tins been done.
Tbo draw lug In the survey ofllco
shows the town of llllo as It will be
when it grows and tho extension of
Front street The llllo people are
they will say when It Is known that
the end of the proposed extension of
the street will be taken iip by tho
bind that the railroad wants for a ter
minal Is not known.
ON WAY BACK
( Hpeclal n ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Wireless.)
IIII.O. Ort. 17. Dr. J, 8. H. Pratt
president of the board of health, and
Dr. I, J. Shephord. health offlcor,
Icavo on tho Maunn Kea today for Ho
nolulu, having cnmplotud their tour,
BULLETIN AD8 .?
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea 8treets
BEAD OF STEEL TRUST,
UNDER FIRE NOW BY U. S.
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TRENTON, N. J.. Oct. 27. Judges George Gray, Joseph Burlington and
William M. Lannlng of the U. 8. Circuit Court, Third Circuit, who handed
down adverse decisions in the suit brought by the government against the
powder trust, have been served with subpoenas and all made defendants In
the suit brought by the Federal authorities for a dissolution of the United
States 8tsel Corporation,
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 27. United States St.el stock slumped five
points on the market today as the result of the attack by the U. 8. authorities.
TRKNTO.V, N J. OcL 27. Follow
ing thn tiling In thn Federal Court of
this district )estrrlny of a petition for
the dissolution of the steel trust and Its
thirty-six subsidiary companies, sub
poenas wern Issued which will cause.
tn Rattier heio the principal trust
magnates and millionaires of tho coun
try. Among those who will have In an
swer the summons, who havu been In
dividually subpoenaed, are J. 1'lerpont
Morgan, John I), and William Rocke
feller, Andrew CarncRlc, Charles II.
Hchwab, (leorge W Perkins, Albert II.
Clary, Henry C Frlck and ten others.
They will have to answer to tho sub
poenas on December i
Olio of thn hensatliin.il charges III tlm
HIV HAS NO MS FOR
The city and county supcnlsnrs will
face the question of gltliig the city
of Honolulu n system of free garbage
collection when thn inunlclp.il body
meets lu regular session this evening,'
A special meeting of the board was
held last evening, at which tlmo n del
egatlnn of members from the allied lm
priiwineiit cluliH nf the city met with
the supervisors In conference over the
proposition of RlUng Honolulu u free
Messrs D. I.lnd ConklliiR, Danh
l.iig.111 and llerlrum nn Datum were
Included In the delegation, which held
a lengthy discussion, nt which time all
phases of the iniicb-inonted matter wtru
mure or less freel) canvassed.
Would Cost $80,000 a Year.
The Installation of a free system for
the willocthin of garbage would cost
the city nnd county at least IfcO.OOO ev
ery ear, nccordliig to rough cHthnntes
complaint tiled against the United
States Hteel Corporation Is that Clary
and Frlck misled ItooHevelt, when ho
was President, Into agreeing to permit
tho deal whereby the trust obsorbed
tbo Tennessee Coal & Iron Co.
This clause Is based In part upon
the evidence given beforo the recent
congressional Investigating committee,
which was probing the steel trust dur
lug the spring nnd summer.
In Trust Combination.
,11 is also declared In the cniuplaliit
that tbo steel trust Is directly connect
ed with the principal railroads, steam
ship companies, tho (Standard Oil Com
pany, Pullman Company, harvester
trii.it and the Western Union Telegraph
FREE GARBAGE COLLECTION
furnished by members of tbo finance
To properly equip tho department for
handling the collection of garbage from
all pints of the city would entail tho
expenditure or moneys for twenty ad
ditional wagons mid llfty mules. Then
there Is the matter of the employment
of fty additional men to properly han
dle the business of the department.
Thn llnanco conimllteu briefly but
distinctly told the delegates from the
Improvement (tubs that the munici
pality bad not the funds with which
to carry on IIiIh inhlltlonal burden
Must Come From Taxation.
The gist of opinion expressed at the
meeting last night was to the effect
that If ii freo system Is eer nut Into
execution In this city tho cost of the
same must come through special tax
ation. This method of raising revenue
(Continued on Page .1)
f Aamiel.ifed Presil Cable.)
PEKING, China, Oct. 27. The rebel
general Lu Youn Heng is Informing the
foreign consuls that he Is president of
the new Republio of China and that
peace negotiations are about to open at
the instigation of Gen. Yuan Shlh Kal.
The treaty port of Foo Chow has
fallen Into the hands of the revolution
ists. (Pt-clnl II ii I let In Cnbte.)
The Chinese progressiva paper, the
Liberty News, this afternoon received
the following cablegram, confirming the
Associated Press report, the difference
in name being only slightt
PEKING, Oct. 27. Pal Hung Yun
Hung proclaimed provisional president
CAssoctated Prroa Cable.)
TRIPOLI, Oct. 27. In a hard-fought
battle yeeterday the Turks suffered 1000
killed and many wounded. The total
loss of the Italian forces la estimated
at 100 killed and wounded.
CO. A BANKRUPT
(Kperlal nulletln Cahte.l
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 27. Tha
Western Steel Corporation, a twenty-million-dollar
concern, is bankrupt.
Tho Western Hteel Cnrporat'on was
organized by James A Moore, a suc
cessful promoter of the Northwest, to
manufacliirh Iron and steel on a mam
moth scale for Const nnd Oriental trade.
It started by booming u townslte. Iron
dale, and establishing part of Its plant.
It has been In llminclal dllllcultles for
some time, nod thn probabilities are
that the attack on tho United HtateH
Hteel Corporation had little or nothing
to do with Its failure
(Hpeclal nulletln Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 27.
Rear-Admiral James Hoban 8ands, U,
8. N-, retired, died at his home her
near-Admiral Hands retired In 1907,
having reached the ago limit He had
a long and distinguished service In tho
navy, having shown distinguished
brawry during the Civil War. Ho was
burn In A'ashlngton In IStS.
600 FEET; DEAD
(HpeelHl Hu I let In Cable.)
RHEIMS, Fr Oct. 27. Jean Despar.
met was killed today In a fall of 600
feet from an aeroplane.
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