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ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
(lovcrnnr Krear was Indorsed for
reappointment liy the Republican Tcr
itlnilal ventral committee's executive
committee at u meeting of Hie com
mitted held at noon today In the ofll
cch of Uhaliman A. D. Cooper. Attei
the meeting Iho statement was given
out that the InilurBcmcnt had heen
A cablegram will he Rent to Wash
ington conveying the news to Piesl
deiil Taft ami Secretary Fisher of the
rommlttee'H action, and will hu fol
lowed hy a letter containing the for
mal lesolutlun of Indorsement.
TIiobo present at the meeting today
weio Chairman A. D. Cooper, C. C.
.lames, V. H. Hooks, II J. Atlld, ('.
1,. Ciuhbc and William Thompson.
At two o'clock this afternoon the
(111 ami's committee on sanitation com
pleted the oigiulzutlon of the. work
and will he icndy to start on .Mnndj)
Tlio following official notice was I
Mieil: I'lan. All of tho work proposed will
ho ran led out under Iho general ill
Hi'llou of tho I'icslileni of the Hou d
or Health. Dr. Ciirilo will in the
supeiinteiulent In charge. The plan
has heen worked out with the ahU
tervlces of the 1'iesldent of tho Hoaid
of Health. Dr. I'ratt and Dr. Cuirle,
and meets with the nuipi illfleil ap
pioval of tho Ciovornor and the doc
tins of Iho Army and Navy who aie
inemhers of the committee, and Is ul
mi appi nveil of hy tho olllcers of III.
United States l'uhllu Health and M.i
line llospllul service.
The estimates of cost have heen
piepaied hy Secietary Mott-Smlth urn!
Iho I'lesldunt of the llouid of Health
and the same have heen checked over
hy the members of this committee. In
round liumhers, we believe that this
Unco months' campaign will cost
The complete Instructions to the
men In the mosiulto sqiindB have heen
(ompli'led, and will he published In
full tomorrow morning lu the Advur-
Iher. The committee earnestly urget
that the citizens of Honolulu geueial.
I) utudy these lesolullous and act up
ou them of their own Initiative.
(Continued on Page 3)
rKiuelul nil 11 ii tin fablr.)
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. 4. John
Doieyk, a foreigner, was arretted here
today as a suspect of the robbery of
the New Westminster bank. When
searched $4000 in bills of that bank
were found on his person. Officials of
tho bank have identified the bills. It
is believed the right man has been
H, E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
iu ii i in I'll
INDORSED BY REPUBLICAN
HONOLULU'S BANKS UNITE
IN STATEMENTS ASSURING
OUTLOOK FOR BUSINESS
Honolulu's men of financo are not
worrying any over the outlook, and the
tariff revision cloud is not bothering
the "higher-ups" half as much as it is
those who own just a little sugar stock
and are not sure whether sugar is a
good investment now or not.
This is the result of talks by the
Bulletin with a number of leading
financiers of the Territory, three of
whom have made statements published
Not one of those talked with seems
to fear that tho result of tariff revi
sion is going to hurt Hawaii very much,
and three-fourths of them do not think
that the next session of Congress will
reach the sugar 'tariff at all.
It is noticeable also that, though a
good deal of stock is selling at a low
figure, the big holders are not letting
it go. Talks with the brokers will con
vince the most skeptical that it is the
little holder who is foeling the uneasi-
, Late news from Washington makes
it extremely probable that Congress
will not reach the ougar schedule. The
B u r I e 1 1 n's Washington correspond
ent, whose exclusive and early infor
matlon has time and again been dem
onstrated by dispatches to this paper
far in advance of thoso published else
where, recently informed the Bulle
tin that Congress has so much to do
in wool, tariff and steel schedule i
vision that the sugar schedule looks
The banks unite in stating that
money is plentiful and that the some
what disquieting events of the past
few days have had no effect whatever
on the general financial situation.
mass .mi:i:timjk r.i,u:n.
Saturday evening, S o'clock:
ChlneM! mass meeting at United
! Chinese Society's hall, King
street; Chu (Jem piesldlng.
Also I'oitugitese mass meeting
-i- lu l.usltnua hall, under uuspiies
'! San Antonio and l.iibltant socl-
etles, 7:30 o'clock; A. II. t'astio,
Sunday evening, 7'M o'clock:
Japanese mass meeting at Jap-
nnose theater; V Klmuiit pre-
National (I mini to patrol Ka
llhl "danger one."
Health authorities discover
yellow fevor case much less se
rious than 111 l supposed,
Many uon-coiumlssloiied olll
cers volunteering fur duty
The llrst train from Ilononiu over
this part of thu Hlln railway extin
shin came Into llllo yestenl.iy morn
ing, iiciorillng to news that nirlved ou
thu Manna Kca this morning Thu
net wink will bo tile llnlsbliig of the
Kolt-kole bildge, the toueis for which
111 it already lu place; then tlirlmgli
tinlns will he running to Hakalau,
vvlildi will In- duilng tho llrst two
weeks lu Dociuihtl, It Is litllevid
Although tliu ti utile uur llui llllo
is ftJilh jfrjstjjiiit fMHtsv.r ,) inAiitrafett,!
22 PAGES. HONOLULU,
Hy K. I. SrAMUNU
Vice-President and .Manager Hank' of Honolulu.
Tho financial situation is quiet
ed loan accommodations.
The weakness of thu stock market
(lends being declared at tho present
on the part of possible Inventors as
gleat many thcic Is no good reason
some havo predicted.
It is well-known that tho sugar tarlft Is an Important one, hriuglng In
Mime $tiil.(IOD,r,on revenue, easily collected, that our billion dollir congr Hies
need It Is also believed that any reduction In
piollt to the rentiers and not benefit consumers.
diirtlou of the Cuban tariff.
Thu consumption of sugar secnu
we have good reason to believe that
would not result seriously to our sugar Industry,
In the minds of many well-informed persons, considering the sugar ln -
leresis togetucr wiiu tuo oilier reasons reierreil to, a rciiu.-iion in tlic.
tariff would probably ho madu for political reasons on ace unit or the cheap
hreakfast-tahle agitation, au.l would probably not exceed I in n ton.
It Is tho general view that oven If a moderate reduction were made. It
would have good local results In settling tho situation fur a li'tni of yeirs.
Tho entire duty on sugir amounts to only a cent , and sixty-two, one
hundredths a, pnnnd atil lajiot an oppressive una to, tb'. coiumue?.
,. u:wis, Jit.
Second Ylci'-Presltlcul and .Manager Hunk of Hawaii.
People of Hawaii need have no uneasiness whatever so far as tho busi
ness nnd llnanclal situation Is concerned.
Money Is plentiful, tho rates of
on thu part of thu banks a liberal
wishing loans from thu hunks.
To my mind, tbe situation Is one
quarters. Tho sanitation campaign
the health conditions are not such
It Is extieuiely unlikely that Congress will reach tho sugar tariff at its
next session. It bus too much elsu
wall greatly Is most unlikely.
Thu bankers, who would be among
real tightening of the llnanclal situation, feel no tightening whatever.
Money rates aie not going up.
I.. TKX.K I'KCK,
I'lrst National Hunk, President Honolulu llaphl Transll X
At the end of tho most prospermia sugar season Hawaii lias over known,
with money plentiful, with largo dividends ou stocks, and with no reason
to expect llnanclal stringency, thu situation Is onu that certainly ubuuld
not be looked at with foreboding.
Capital Is plentiful, and thu llnanclal outlook is exceedingly bright, Tho
First National Dank has no Intention of advancing money rates, which
It Is n time- for all to do tiio public mid private duty that lieu next for
them to do, and to do It earnestly, conlldeutly, Intelligently. It Is a time
for going ahead, for accomplishing things us they have been and are being
accomplished In Hawaii.
This should not he taken to mean Hint prices should go souring, that
HtockH should advance beyond their true worth. Care and prudence should
dlctutu our con rm as it has done In thu past.
Hut so far us the outlook is concuined, It Is very encouraging. There
Is no occasion for people of moderate means to feel uneasy or to loso their
fulfil III local Investments.
(Special Iliillet In ruble.)
SHANQHAI, China, Nov. 4. The
revolutionary government that has
been declared has succeeded in keep
ing order in the city. Ammunition and
10,000 Mauser rifles have been supplied
to those in power from the gunboats
and powder factory, and have been
distributed among the revolutionists.
APPEAL IN DECISION
(Kocrhil Iliillet In ruble.)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 4. The
county criminal court Judge has grant
ed the bridge workers an appeal from
his decision giving the Federal author
ities possession of the McNama-a evi
dence. riillro.ul has Increasul very lurgily,
Jap.inesti stages nre ciurjlng almost as
111 tit Ii tiullle to llllo as the. ialliii.ul. It
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911.
We have not advanced rates or curtail'
the temptli b dlvl-
limo Is due entirely to apprehension
t' tariff action,
in, and in the minds of a
for anticipating the sweeping cut that
the tariff would result In
as demonstrated In the re-
to bo Increasing so cnornnusly
nnv probable rcdurtlcn lu the tariff
Interest are very moderate and there Is
Interpretation of securities for those
mat should cause no worry lu tiny
Is being carried on so vigorously that
ns to give rise to uneasiness.
to do, and u cut that would lujuru lla
the first to feel tho effects of any
as good ns ever.
SWAT SKEETER, NOT
ELUSIVE GOLF BALL
The golf tournament which was to
have been plaed between tho "Hank
ers and Hiokers" this afternoon, has
been sist poned ludclliiltely owing to
tho present status of tho moqullu
Those wlio were l,o huvo taken part
in tho tournament will Inspect tho
club hoiibo and grounds to see If any
"Stcgoiula Calopus" breeding places
can be found, Should any bo located
biimu will bo promptly reported to a
committee which will nee lo their ex
termination. EXTRAORDINARY SESSION
(Aannrtated Press Caitiff.)
SACRAMENTO, C.I., Nov. 4. An ex-
inordinary session of the California
Legislature has been called for Novem
ber 27, In place of the proposed extra
session that was to be called on De
MUSIC AT KAIMUKI
The Hawaiian h.iun will play at K'ul-
mil K I Monday evening An excelltut
piuuram will be given.
Harvard 8 to 6
H-flnl II lit I '
PRINCETON, N. J,
Nov, 4. The
Harvard Crimsons by a
score of 8 lj
It was due to White, Princeton's left end, that the Tigers came out
victors. Harvard had bucked the way close to the Princeton goal and tried
a field goal. White blocked the kick and, grabbing the ball, raced ninety-five
yards for a touchdown.
In the third period a Harvard back caught a Princeton punt and was
trvin8 c hi " floal lino in running it out when he was tackled and
a0Mned acK 01 his line lor a safety,
Harvard scored a touchdown in tie
ble and a forward pass to Wendell, wh
Harvard's tine was the stronger but
Punt nd "' bc" showed better attack
Harvard won the toss, defending the
vard's back. Princeton kicked off.
Duff, right guard for Princeton, shtwed phenomenal power in discharges,
while DeWitt, fullback, did some good
tm was brilliant. A fake forward piss
(while Harvard showed fine mass plays
vard 8 to 5.
DR. O'DAVS DOMESTIC RULE
An uftirmath of the activities of Dr. have had Information ns to Ills win re
J. (' O'D.iy. now of Portland Ora.twlio about, from time to time, but as .vet
was In Honolulu mine tuo years ago Mr O'D.iy was not In lluauclal xhupi
mid made a bitter atttick on tbe Ha-.tu
ualliiu imdlcal fraternity, It a letter
addressed to a Vancouver. II C, at
torney by a representative of Mrs.
Dr O'D.iy Is the man who has re
cently been writing articles on the Ha
waiian leprosy situation for a imdlcal
The letter says:
"II P Wlnteniiite, Solicitor, Vancou
ver, II C.
Dear Sir: I have your letter of tho
L'flth ult.. In which jou ask fur certnln
Information regarding Mrs. John C.
"You have been misinformed III ref
imui! to the divorce proceedings.
Nothlng has been done lu tho matter
slnet Dr. O'Day deserted his wife. Wo
CONTRACTOR WILSON WINS POINT
Contractor John II. Wilson won a on for ft number "f 'lays the defend
point and an Important 0110 In Iho
Ileela Ileach belt road' contract caso
Ihls morning when Judge Hohluson lu
tho equity court overruled Iho do-
niurrer Interposed hy tho defendants,
the Ijord-Young Knglnecrlng Com-,
vine .ma 1 lie ijiim Fiiinl Commission,
Tho argument has now been going
ROYAL GIFT NOW
Unique Interest attaches lit a gift
. inadu today hy I'rluco Kuhlo to II
llutkfeld k Co, Mil. Tho gift Is a
magnificent steol engraving of Dnpor-
or Wlllluin of (lermany, father of the
The engraving, handsomely framod,
(Associated Prrss Cabin.)
BANNING, Nov, 4. Aviator Rodgers
was delayed today on account of trou-
ble with the engine of Ills machine,
He expects to resume flight tonight,
KAN ritANCISCO, ("ill, Nov 3.
Hugur: 9B degrees test, B sr.c Previous
quotation, S Sde, He
10s Ml; parity, G.r,Sc
Is: kS analysis,
w v a - k
speedy Tigers today defeated the
C after a desperate battle before a
adding two points to Princeton score.
fourth period on a Princeton fum
made a brilliant run.
Princeton's ends were fast under
south goal, with the sun at Har
punting. The tackling of the Tiger
was the mainstay of Princeton,
on tackle. The betting favored Har-
LIGHT IN LETTER
follow 111 sis.
"In rcfirence to tho amount realized
by Mrs. O'D.iy from the property. It Is
hard to ste bow she could realize much
He made hr no deed and the little
olllcii furniture he left was seized to
liny buck rent. The house was sold on
executions had against blni and was
also subject to n building uml loan
mortgage, so tli.it Mrs O'Day had prac
tically realized nothing uml has had to
"The doctor could have had n ill-
vorco had liu ii'-en willing to make any
sort of prnptr arrangi minis for the
I support of herself nnd the children, and
If he Is willing to do so vet nnd to
nllovv her to have charge of Hie ehll-
dren under n proper arrangement, I
believe It could lie done"
unls lu the cusu taking tlie stand that
Wilson would not losu anything as
tnxpajer and also that the cnmuils
slim huvo vested lu them certain uivv.
crs of discrimination.
Tho delenso has now ten days In
which to tile a further statement of
was presented to thu Into King Kal.t
rana by the Herman emperor, and haf,
been among KalakauVs offects ovei
since It was a gift mm onu moil
iicli to another, Kuh'o yesterdn)
wrote a letter to W, Pfolenhaupr, ol
Ilackfeld U Co., turning over to him
tho portrait and today it was take"
Horn IiIh iilllco In thu Kaplolaul build
ing down to Hackfeld's,
HANKOW IS CENTER
OF ATTACK NOW
(Assncl'lteil I'lr Cable.)
HANKOW, China, Nov. 4. The Im
perialists are shelling the rebel strong
holds. It is feared that fire will break
out and get beyond control. The Wes
leyan mission for blind boys has been
demolished and many wounded.
( AHKOrlfltril lrnsw Cnliln )
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 4. The score
0f the football game here today 1st
Minneapolis 30, Chicago 0.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
- r A fcl-'V !.
TT.ItltlTOItY OP HAWAII.
The Atljutaiit-Otiiiials Olllce,
" Honolulu. jj
Novunber I, 11)11. !
Kpiclil Ortlirs No II !j
Upon the lequeM of (lie Ter- "
rltoii.il Hoard of Health, the 'i
iiiljutiiut-geiiiral Is directed to
assume loutrol of such poittuii ? :
" of the Kitllhi dlftrlct. lu the city $i
! of Honolulu, us may be hull- pj
' cutid by tho president of tho
" Hoard of Health, und to estub- 'i'i
" Hub a military quarantine cump $
thereon, nllotvliig no pel sou to iJ
ihlei or dipait therefruui excipt iJ
" lu uniformity with sut.li rules
' as nifty be ehtubllshetl bv tho
Hoard of lleullli, or upon tho '''vfjl
niiiien eriliinxiiii in lite irru 'V
blent of (bit lltiirtl of Health. s
- Hy ordirr of Hie titivtritor
JOHN W JONKS
The Adjutant (leiieral.
. .i i i i J ,J .; ,S .
(lovernor Irear has ordered out a
Ictuchmcnt of tho National (lu.ird for
police duly ur.mnil tho uuarunt no
Hues ut Kullhl. This morning he nott-
iteti uiiiiici joucs. aiijuiaui general, m
to proceed with thu detail of men tiiuI 1
an uecessaiy nnuugcmeuiH (or a quar- :
inline caiiin. Tin iiu'seitt nl.iu c to :
Ir.'tu tlio itillltnrv enrilm, .1, (ti,,,. I II,. 3
tiipposedly Infected district tomorrow
morning, nut inert' is a tHissimilly ol
the Teirllorl.il soldiers pitching their
Tho National Cu.ml ,letall wilt eon- 1
slst of IS carefully picked men and .
six tion-commlssloncil olliceis. under '1
command of C.ipl.ilu ,1, M. Cainara. 1
rlif.y will night nnd day patrol n frou- 4
lagi) of 12111) feet on thu makiil side, 'J
lion on me w.iiuihl 10110 on the 1111
Ilka Illltl 1 .(Ml oil th, lvva Tlietin Ittin.
aru drawn nioiiud Iho housu In wheh
thn original ease or vetlniv fevnr w.i!i
discovered, al hough tho hulhllng Ik
not In I 10 exact center of the 1111.11
Ulltlued dittllrt. A barbed ulrn reiicn
7 feet high has been built around this
ennro urea and scrub growth cleared
nwuv for somo illst.-u.ee back from
Iho fence, so that thu soldiers c.111
Iiavo nil unobstructed view of tho'
ground. Not n man, woman or child
will he ullow'etl to enter or lent,, thn
district, :iiil lu order to remove tho'j
Hanger or poisons 1 mining the lines
at night, powerful mc lights will bo
luontlnued on Page 3)
AHOPOKO'S CASE IS
FOUND LESS SERIOUS
W' have been luvcstjg.itlns the
case of thu Hawaiian, Ahopuku, who
contracted Iho disease fiuthcr," said
til,. I l,,',.r,tl, tl,l ttl.tr.ll,,, "tl'limnt
lll ,t,,V,MU, , ,,,.,, ,,,.(,. ,?I,V1I
bo was llrst Lihen HI liu seemed tu
bo wniideriug In his mind mid wasj
lather wild hi his statementu vvhlchl
perhaps wan tho lesult of his Illness,
"Wo llml now that what seems, to
bo very prolublo was that ho wis
not taken III until Thursday evening
Instead of Wednesday sis' was first
thought Then ho went to lied and
Had Hit' mosquito net over him. Hoi
does not remember being bitten liyl
any mosquitoes but this of course IsJ
milling very uii'cli because nu don't
ulvvnjs remember thosu things.
"The main point Is that It was
Thursday and not Wednesday that ho
went to bed and still vvlillo even thlsl
Is not of any great Impflrtnnco It)
diminishes tho chances of any mos
quitoes biting him w I1II0 ho was liw
lections and theru Is also tho UkclM
hood that any Hint might havo done
so will havo been killed,"
"Wo have Issued 1111 order for the
National Ciiiard tu come out and
with tho fight."