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From Sin Francleeai
Sierra November 10
For Ban Franelteoi
W'llhelinlrm November 8'
Kenlnnrila .'.November 8
Mnrninn November 7
Ticking off the seconds, tha mlnulea
and hours in a business meana ticking
o the INTEGRITY, INTELLIGENCE
and ACCURACY of ever part of that
business. Like the clock, It must be
RIGHT to Inspire confidence. It must
be REGULAR STEADY always
wound up by human integrity and In
Is the Merchants DirectjLjne Into the Home
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5076.
12 PAGES.-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, NOVEMBER; 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BRITISH SYNDICATE BUYS INTO SOUTH SEAS
PEKING REPORTED TO HAVE FALLEN
(An"orl licit Pre.". Catile.)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., November
6. PEKING HAS FALLEN AND THE
ROYAL H0U8EH0LD HAS COM
MITTED SUICIDE, ACCORDING TO
CABLEGRAMS RECEIVED HERE
THC nEPORTS ARE UNVERI
FIED. PEKING, November C AN IMPE
RIAL EDICT WAS ISSUED TODAY
MAKING SHANG SHAO TSEN COM
MANDER OF THE TROOPS AT
LANCHAU, TO PROCEED ALONG
THE YANGT8E KIANG.
610 FORCE GOES
Flvo hundred men will bo emploved
by Wednesday morning In thu woik of
(.leaning iii Ilia cily.
Ono hundred worn employed today
nt henihiuuitcrs In the Judiciary build
Ini;. two bundled inoro will b taken
on tomorrow and two hundred more
on Wednesday morning.
Today each squad In tho city, forty
eight In nil, had two men unsigned to
It Tlio loinalndor of tlio squad furces
will bo tilled out an tlio men aro em
plojed. Tlio actual work of R.mltatlon will
lint lie In full Bvvlng until tomorrow
morning. Tlio creation In font days
of u fljBtem and organization that will
cover tlio whole city la n gigantic task,
hut thin afternoon It Is prnrtlcall)
(omplcto mill nil tlio forces except
four htindtt'd laborers aro assembled.
'Ihreo hundred men appeared this
morning In answer to tlio call for lab
orers ut $2 u day. It Is not expected
there will bo much trouble In getting
men, but Dr. Currlo wishes nil men
who vvutit to wink to report eiirly to
morrow morning nt the Judiciary
Nou-iommlssloncd olllcers of the
regular army responded promptly to
the oppoilunlty offered them to vol,
uiitivr for work. Korly-elght non
iiinis have been assigned for duty as
ut ('invent In tho forty-eight sub-dls-ti
ids, and six have been named iif
lIciileimntH In tho six "uunun" or gen
rial dlstilcts Into which tlio city Is 'ill
vldi'il. Olio special lieutenant, Arthui
Spencer, Iiiih been-mimed and nsBlgued
to heiidqunttois an adjutant to l)r
Cm I lo.
TIiIh morning lundiiiurtors wiif
flllid wltli laborers going out to th(
dlstiktH. Tlio accounts system de
vlned by I Teuney 1'cck of tlio clt
Wens' loiumlltco i'iiiih) into good use
In liiiiiilllug tho bookkc(iilng Tor the
labor system mid Mr. IVtk peisonully
Biiperlntended tlio putting Into opera
tion of his plan.
A dally homo-lo-linnso canvass of
every home In tho city Iiiih boon rec
ommended to tlio hoard of health by
tlio Hawaiian Medical Soclotios as a
desirable course of procedure to guard
t'galnst any poaslhlo outbreak of yel
low fover, and will bq discussed this
nfleinoon nt n Joint ineellng of tho
citizen's committee of seven, n si'
dill couimitleo of tlio medic il asso
ciation and Dr. J'nitl, resident of tho
hnaul or lipnlli(
(Continued on Pag 3)
ISLANDS SOLD; RIVAL PORT
IS PLANNED TO SOUTHWARD
Panning and Washington Is-
lands sold for S35IMI0U. Canada
gets Houtli Sen possessions. "All
Ited Uno" and llrltlsli lleet ex-
peeled. Kyndlcuto preparing for
! niientni? of I'nmiinii Cuiitil. 4
running and Washington Islands
have been Mild to U. N Armstrong of
.Montnal, Cnnnda, Imikdl by n rich
and pun erf ul Canadian and Pngllsh
t'other lmimnnutl Itnuglcr, ovvner of
the Islands for four ytars, negotiated
the sale, and Is now In Honolulu, hav
ing arrived here on the Wllhelmlna last
Tuesday direct from F.uropc.
Documents of sale vvere signed In
London on the llflh day of October, the
pun baser being Charles Novvhou'e
Armstrong of Montreal,, hacked by 11
ashford to go
II. I., llolsteln, Itepuhllcnn national
cominlttccman for Hawaii, mid C W.
Ashfoid, attorney for tho Kan humo-i-teaders,
will go to Washington lo
piotist against, tho reappointment of
(lovernor I-'renr, according to word re
ceived this morning.
Speaker llolsteln is on his way from
his homo in Koluilii, wlillo Ashrord Is
coming from Kallua, where ho has
been on business. They aro expected
to take tho next steamer for thu
Coast, tlio Wllhelmlna next Wednes
day morning. Tlio same Rteumcr car
ries I'riuce Kuliio.
llolsteln bus been known as a strong
Kuhlo supporter, and his lulluenro as
national committeeman will bo valu
able to tho mitl-Proar forces. Attor
ESCAPING FROM INSANE ASYLUM,
JAPANESE SUICIDES IN CEMETERY
Bent to the lunatic asjlnni In Juno
last, Tahnkl Tonlzo, a Jnpaiicso es
caped yostoiday nnd tills morning
was found In tho cemetery inaiika of
tho Institution hanging fiom u Iroo
and quite dead.
Previous lo Ids being sent along
lo tho society ho tried to kill himself
hy Jumping out of n window down In
Chinatown and slnco his restdenen
Ihoro ho hns evidently been walling
BLAME UNFAIRLY PUT
ON jMSHOP ESTATE
That tho Illshop estate has not bo?u
to hlamo for conditions at Knlihl
camp bus been ascertained by dls
envnrv of tlio fact that the buildings
in (he camp nro not owned by tho
Illshop estate ut ull, and that It has.
no power lo remedy conditions.
Tho laud Is owned hy tho esiato,
Tho buildings wcro eroded nflor tho
big fire by tho government, nud weio
later bought from tho government by
tlio prosont tenants. A good deal of
unfair blamo Ins been unfairly attach
ed lo tho Illshop estato over this sit
uation A coiHclUd man can't umhrstund
why he has enemies'.
povvirful Dngllsli and Canadian syndi
cate A rcprcuntntlve of the II II 1 1 e
tln but Haturday saw the contract of
sale, In which Putin r Ilougkr Is named
us the Miiilur The Islands are bought
on vendor's riport lo he substantially
cornet, and Futhcr Hough r has no
doubt about the accuracy of the olllcl.il
The purchasers nrc sending a repre
sentative to Inspect the Islands, and thu
litKptclor Is due here hy the Canadian
AiiHtrulliin liner Stciil.indlu next Wed
nesday, to proceed to Panning Island
hy vessel chattered here for that spe
Tlinlyuclit Hawaii (nia' iio chartered,
This morning n meeting of the Hawaii
Yacht Ctuh was called for this even-
ling, to be hehl nt the Orpheum Theater
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'J It. Mngoou Issued the call this morn-
-)nir. asking all directors, to attend.
ney Ashford represents the great ma
Joilty of the protesting Knu homo-
slenders and bus a mass of data to bo
used In showing the effects and lack
of effects of tho Prear administra
Tho light Is gelling bolter every
day. Prear 's friends profess to feci
great satlsfactlon'at tlio action of the
cxecutlvo committee, of the Republi
can Central Committee, lost Sajurday
In Indorsing Prear, while others seo
comparatively little slgnltliuncu In
this us it (a well known, that Ihu rein,
tlons between Delegate Ruble' and Ihu
committee havo not been closo for
many mouths and members of the
committee aro openly "sore" ut tlio
for tho chanco to kill himself. As
soon us tho escao wns known search
eis weio sent out after him and ull
during tho night they kept going, do
Ing their woik with lanterns.
As soon as tho daylight cumo he
was discovered In tho cemetery whetu
ho hud managed lo hang himself, Tho
marks on the neck seem to rhow that
death must havo followed the deed
Al men Interested In the organiza
tion of uu Intercollegiate football
I league of city men lire asked to meet
lut Cooke hall ut thu Y. M. C. A. to
morrow evening ut 8 o'clock. Tho sit
uation will bo discussed and It Is
hoped that un organization may be
SAN FRANCI8CO, November 6.
Sugar! OB" teat. 5.15c s previous quota
tion, 5.25c. Beetsi 88 anaiytie, 16i 3df
parity, 5.49c previous quotation 16a
Wfrkl; II 1 1 1 I d II ir rear,
Big Figure Draught
The sale of the Mnnili Is u cash
transaction, the price belli.: 70,000, or
3S0,00O. The Islands wire knocked
down to the vendor nt'Puthcr Itougler's
bid fur 135,000 In l'JO" at an auction
held hy the Supreme Court of the High
I'onnnl-sloncr of the I'mllle nt Suvu,
Pather nougler thinks that Jir.0,000
Is a cluap llgure for the freehold of two
Islands giving now a revenue of nbuut
3r,,ti00 n yinr. The (two Islands to
gether can produce In ji few jears some
3000 Ions of copra a year, worth 1300,
000, T. Arundel, the famous Houlh 3e.t
expert, and more Inlily I'aptnln Max
Pchlemnnr, who proiiecti(l the fitnndi
for phosphuti s, are both of the1 opinion
that they possess Immense quantities of
second and thlrd-grodo phosphates,
cry veluable on the Unpnn inirket.
tContlnued oiV Pag 3)
Heecl.il tlulletln Wireless.)
WAI1.UKU, Nov.iiiber C In two of
the best hull games ever keen on the
Island, the Portuguese Athletic Club
of Honolulu and un All-Maul nine have
broken even. The third game of Hie
serlet will be played this afternoon at
Sunday, on the local grounds, the
Portuguese look the long end of a 10-
te.-9'mon In n len-lnnliiK contest. This
cvvmd )ip for the,, Maul team's1 3-to-2
win nt Kulliiliil Saturday.
The giunts drew well und It Is ex
pected that a record crowd will see to
ror breaking the quirantlno laws
Captain Christian I.arsen of Hie birk
Koko Head was this morning fined
J5U und costs of $18 by Judge Charles
!'. demons In the Kcdctal court.
Tho occurrence happened at Knhii-
lul, Maul, where Captain l.irsen want
ed to enter tho harbor, MIo arrived
inero in tho nfternoon and the pilot
came off but told him that It wns loo
rough io take him lualdo the break
water und that he would have to wait
until tho next morning. When the
pilot le(t for shore tho captain went
with him to nrrango somo business
mattois und tho complainant this
morning claims that In doing so ho
broke Iho quarantine regulations.
Practlquq can only bo granted to a
vessel after she lias come Into Instdo
the breakwater. Captain Lar-sep. came
from Maul this morning and pleaded
guilty to (lie charge,
Others cases that came up In tho
court wero those of Fred I,ow Charles
Knliiii nnd Fred Keomaka. They all
pleaded not guilty and their cases
wero ct to como un for trial Decem
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Cabled news from Tripoli Is to tho offect that tlio Italian soldiers nro
slaughtering Turkish and Arab women and children Indiscriminately, and
tho whole civilized world Is indignant. Tho photcgraphs aluvu weio taken
during Hie recent engagements with tho Turkish forces.
WONDER IF FREAR TURNED TO
REPUBLICAN CDMMIHEE FOR HELP
"Tho fact that tho Republican cen
tral committee hastened to Indorse
Governor 1-Year last Saturday looks
to mo like a confession of weakness
on tho part of tho Prear s?oilo, for
It seemed to be understood that tho
committee would taku no action un
less It was requested to do so.
This statement was made today by
n man closo to Iho Itepubllcun com
mittee, who has been watching the
various attempt membcis of that
committee are said to havo heei) mak
ing for soma time to get an Indorse
ment through for Oovernor Krear.
Tlio Indorsement was the subject of
a great deal of comment today, 'It
has been public property for oino-
time that William Thompson and W.
II. Iloogs were strong Prenr men and
that they would llko to see un Indorse
ment by tho committee.
Tho committee sent a cablegram
lo President Taft lust Saturday In
forming him of its action, and followed
by sending tho following tcsolutioii
Whereas, tho term of olllce, for
MORE HOMESTEAD LOTS
TO BE NEAR KOKO HEAD
As the result of tho tour of Inspec
tion made by Land Commissioner
Charles S. .Ittdd last Friday, thcro aic
to bo some more homestead lots oicii
ed In tho vicinity of tho Koko Head.
Tho (lovernor announced some lit
tle time ago that a row of building
and ulso of homestead lots had been
set asldo thcro and now somo more,
aro to ho added. Tlio matter will bo
left over, howovcr, until tho survey
ors ran Und tlnio to go out thcro ami
run tho necessary lines."
CHILDREN ARERpgpnt qo
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which (lovernor Walter V. Prear was
appointed expires on Iho seventeenth
of December next, und
Whereas, the lust Republican ter
ritorial convention recorded with
pride its endorsement of his "vlgoi
uus und successful administration,"
and "Ihu results thereby accomplished
for Iho welfare of Iho Territory," and
Whereas, In view of the continued
excetldit record of Walter K. Krear
lb (lovernor of this Territory, and be
lieving that Hie best interests of the
Territory and of the Republican party
therein so leipilre, now therefore
Uu It resolved, that tlio executive
committee of llio Republican Territor
ial Cctiti.il Committee do now agnln
endorse Ills administration und
Resolved, that the President of the
United States be and hereby Is earn
estly requested lo reappoint tho said
Walter P. Krear us (lovernor of this
Territory, upon tho expiration of his
present term of olllce, und
Resolved, that copies of this reso
lution bo sent to Iho President, tho
(lovernor of this Territory, our Delo
gutu to Congres und to our National
CASES UP AT HIL0
Deputy Attorney Generul Aitliur
G. Smith leaves for llllo louioriovv to
tuko up tho KawlkS HI homestead
cuses. Tliey aro on the calclidtir for
Great Interest Is being taken in
tlieso case as on them depends what
uitlon is to be taken In the matter of
the Kan homesteads The rases ate
very similar and tho Attotpey (Ion
cral's Department hns only been wait
Ing for tlieso to tome off to lako soaio
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(Special Cablinrain to I.Uirty Xetrh)
HONGKONG, November C Peking J
captured. Renent absconded. Prince"
(Speelil I'ahhgriim lo l.lb. rty N'ews)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., November
6. Tlila morninr) n cable from Tient
sin reports Peking captured: Ttal Lai,
Prince Regent, fltJ; Prince Hlng mad
prisoner. All Chekiang and Kwangau
taken. Hangchow Governor captured.
Soochow surrendered. Revolutionary
Leader Wong Hing la In Shinghat.
Unugehiiw U Ihu enpltnl of CheklcinsT.
llie victory of tin- ii'voliilloiilsts In tha tl
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in, iui-'P 'in t iieiii.iii lino itwingnu
Is mi linportaut one,
TAKEN BIG TREATY PORT J
(Sl.ilal II n 1 1 'II n Cnble V
WASHINGTON, D. C November 0.
THC TREATY PORT OF AMOY,
IN THE PROVINCE OF FUKIEN,
HA8 FALLEN INTO THE HANDS
OF THE REVOLUTIONISTS. .A
STATE OF ANARCHY PREVAILS.
IlFaTH MAV RC
(Assix-liteil I'nss Cable. I
WASHINGTON, D. C, November 6.
The Supreme Court of the United
States today handed down a declcion
establishing the precedent that "Ufa
term" priionera convicted of aiaault
with a deadly weanon mnv ba nun.
ithed by death.
Accordingly Oppenhelmer Finley and
Canon Finley will hang.
McNAMARA JURY IS
(Sclll II ii n In Cable.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal November 6
So far at excutinn for cause it con
cerned, the completion of the McNa
mara Jury hat been reached. The Stat
and detente have still lo make their
peremptory challenges, as allowed by
RUMOR CAUSES SLUMP
UN CHICAGO WHEAT PIT
(Asmicluted PrtM Cable.)
CHICAGO. III.. November fi Wh..l
ttumped in the pit one and one-half
pointt, the cause beina a rumor that
the Federal grand jury had returned
an indictment for J. Ogden Armour
on account of hit connection with !
corner in grain.
ALBERTA MINERS ARE
(Blieclal II ll I I i-t In Cable.)
WINNIPEG, Can., November 6.
Conferences between the miners and
operators of Frank, Alberta, have ad
journed with unsatisfactory result. Tha
miners object to the importation, of
negroet and rioting hat started.
NATIONAL CAR WINS
(Associated Proa Cable.)
PHOENIX. November 6 A Natle..!
car won the famous Lot Anoelas Is
Phoenix race, Harvey Herrick piloting
me car through the long grind in the
fatt time of 2lli 5m 30t.
Herrick won the same event last
year, driving a Kissel car.
The Pope-Hartford car reached hero,
thirty-nine minutes later.