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From 8tn Franclseoi
Sierra Not ember 10
For San Franclseoi
Wlllu liuliin Nntcinhcr 8
Xculiimlhi Novcmlicr 8
Mamma November 7
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
(AmmicIjUiI Prow Cattle.)
OAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 8 Re
turns from the city elections show that claiming without tho liardCBt kind of
Charles M. Flck.rt defeated Ralph L. "B'". ""' "''n "'""ling prospects
Hathorn for district attorney by 35,072 "ro l""10 I'1"" K""'l 1,nt ,,lcr", '" "
votes to 33.467. In a close race Fred- n conlioversy pending (iter tho II
erick Eoaers defeated Thomas F. Finn C1C"8U rr.'""?c' l" the Territory
for sheriff ithlough tho floternor, nlul the Ouhu
The Socialists have won In six towns1 1'lnntiilliiii. ilt'tnlls or which wore an
In Utah and a total of twenty-four'""1,""' ''' ,h criior es onlay.
rill.. Il.rnnl,nl th. rnunlrv. thrlr' Mr. McClllllllCSH declared IIh 1110111-
victorln. inel.idlnn an a..mhlvman
each in New York and Massachusetts.
Maryland has gone Republican
the second time since the war.
(rMwIiil II ii I let III Cubic.
TIENTSIN, China, Nov. 8. Thero
are rumors here of disorders In Peking.
! 709 Are At
'- Work Now
j .,-,: .; s, 44. 4 .). 4.
jitfr, ! Owing to-tho numerous Inqulr-
W ! les iccclted mill tho mistimlcr-
i' : claudlng that han arisen iih to I lie
rnlo regarding Iho ciiIIIhk t ha-
' nana tiros, Iho point In cmplm-
! nl7cil Hint tho rnlo Is that nil ha-
i nana Dees wllhln ISO Oct of a !
J- liuiiha niiiBt go. Altoinoy-tionerul
' Lindsay him been consulted on
: tho inattoi' hy many people mill
this nfternoon staled that tho
I.Ml-fnot llnill will ho observed.
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"All inlcl," was Dr. Pratt's repoit
lo Iho tiotornnr at noon today.
All (lining the molding thu men
'. who mo after employment have lieon
standing outside hcuilqutiiterR waiting
, their turn. At least they wcro form-
I'd In a hlg ling iirnimd tho hanyaii
tiro anil llinso ploklng them out walk
ed loly arouuil touching a man hcie
ami there, who Immediately fell Into
position In tho loulcr. When there
weio enough of them formed up for,
I ono iinu-commlsslnucil officer, ho
mm elicit them out ami away they
went' lo their various posts thiough-
out tho city.
' , Dr. Cittrlo is tho most Bought nflei
man in town just lit tho present time
hut as ho said this morning his IITo
' would ho worth lltlug In splto oi I'
, all If peojilo would only try to get
homo M'liho of pioKirtlon,
' "They como lo mo," ho suhl, "aliout
Mimo pet banana ticcs they hate
, glowing In (heir yards and want mo to
I t-oud out instructions not to have
i them cut down until they can gol
' their fawirlto Japanese li-iy s;motlmo
next week to do tho Job."
I ) Tho two huuilreil lul'ii picked out
yA this morning tniiko a total of 709 moil
, now engaged lu tho cmurulgii.
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! In caso tho uillelo In this
morning's paper stating that the
' laborers appllng at tho head-
" iiuartnrs of thu Mosquito Cam-
p.ilgn Cniiiinlttoo 'hearing notes
from prominent politicians ask- !
Ing that thu licareis ho given em-
ploymcnt' shoiihl liy Inferenro ho !
! I'xlendcd to Include the Hepuhll- !
can Terrlloilal Kxecutlo Com- v
: mltlre. I deslro lo state that this
! Couimlttco hns taken no action $
whatever touaids securing em-
! ployment for any liersonn from
v those In charge of tho tusk of v
cleaning up the city.
(teaming that tho health of tho
! community Is concerned, tho
conimltteo does not desire, nor
! has It attempted to lima any-
thing to do with tho selection of
! the requited fotco and It is fully
! Ill ticcotil with tho policy adopted
by Ihoso lu chaigo of giving em- r
! iiloymiMit to tho most elllclent
: men available." A. I). Cooper,
: ehalrmau llnpiihllcan Territorial
: : : :
I.. I,. McCmiillcsa Ih not going to
lone tho Wiilnhnlo water rights ho la
. '"R "'"it I'" ' K(1,K '" 1'fotCtt
to protect Ills
rights If lie has to go Into cum t lo
do It, and that ho 11'iciinn what he says
Ih evidenced hy tho fact tTTat ho has
retained .ludgo l M. Hutch as coun
sel, and Is getting ready for lltlgi
llon. Tho license, granting. to V. I'folcn-
linucr tho Wnlnliolo wnicr rights, wan
nppioved hy tho land hoard at n meet
ing Into yesterday nfternoon, mid with
lis announcement it looked as If pio-
gress was rapid on tho plan of tho
'.Mnrstuii Caiiiihcll. superintendent of taken Into consideration This latter
tnilille Hulks; Alidien- Adams. H. C. purl, however. Deputy Attorney. Oen
DniKht iiinl T. II. I'clrle, I'luislltutliig cnil i: While Hiiltmi said they had
with J. .1 Kern tho t'oiiiiiilsslon for hetler not take notice of, as there hud
Honolulu, and lu their capacity as not hceu 1 iioiikIi time to go Into thu
lueinhers of 111" suhl commission ex-
presKly icpuillato ami deny thu alh'
gutlous and iiilmlssliiiiH contained In tho
iiiimuu' nr J. J. Din in so mr as uiu
allegations and admissions arc III liny
ni.iiiiur different from or opposed lu
what Is nihulttiMl mill alh geil III tills
iiusvtir lo (oinplaiuaiu s pciiiinn iiiriin
I his Is the opening of an uusuir
tiled on hi half of four members of tho
Ouhu loan fund commission to the ad
missions uiiiile III the answer of tho
other nieniher. Major I'erii Tho ad
missions acknowledged practically all
the iluirgts Hindu by Contractor J. II.
Wilson when his bid for tho llvela
lieiich helt-roail strip was rejected.
The answer llled today not only de
nies what Kim admitted, thus repudi
ating the mayor or the city, but goes
on to show why ('iintrnetur Wilson was
not imisldereil n rosponsllili! bidder.
Tim answer states that the attorney
Kcncrnl gao ail opinion statliiK that
thu award of tho contract should ho
given lo the lowest responsible; bidder
ami further that If tho lowest bidder
wanted lunger tlmo that this should bo
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. t iiiKiiin ,iH" ti'in iinj.'iivj v.. ,....-
ul Ihn Imldir-llkn stairs of the ram -
shackln bungalow III the palaco grounds
which Is dlKiillled by the iiiinin of Nn-
tlnnal (liuiril hiudiiunrUrs. ho would
haie luiiineil to the conclusion that ho
i, .i in,, ,i nreii ne.t nt ilniicrrniis
coiiFiilrntnrs iiguliist the peace of tho
Territory. Define tho stair head was
reached snatches of. warllko conversa-
ti..,. u.miii linn, HiMtfil tbioiich tho
mien door, ami kikIi iilarmlug hits as
"I'll send nn olllcer and ten men down
to tho crossio.uls In drive lu nil tlm
cattle" or "If I see them running
across tho open to get to tho ravlnu
I will glc the order lo lire at will at
Sin) yards" would have brought him
lo u slop. If Ihe intruder was cour-
iiueoiis inoiiKh to push nn his suspl-
chins would luiMi been tonllrmeil by
the sight of Miiiiu twenty men poring
,-er n imirn iiiai, nailed lo a table,
mi,, nn oilleir lu uniform urgently
pointed out the points of attack mid
the details of combat with a line dlsre-
gaid for ii handful of men left lying
ileinl lu Ihe open
Fuither liivestlgiitlon would lend to
(he knowledge that It was all a game
a makebelleve war waged with colored.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
TO FIGHT FOR WATER RIGHTS
O.ihu plantation for Its Immense irrl-
It was learned lodav that tho O.ihu
plantation pcoplo had ileellned to take Manehus intrenched themselves at Pur
up an option on the K00I1111 wa or pie Mountain and repillsed the Invadsrs
rights that was given by Mr. McCand- with a loss estlmatedat 500.
less an early as last May. Tho op- It is believed as a result of the bat
lion expired 011 November C, and tho tie that Nanking villi withstand the at
icasoii that Iho option was dropped, tack of tho revolutionists. The rebels
It was stated In 11 communication ti are reported as capturing small towns
Mr. McCamllcss, was that tho qucs- along the Canton and Kowbloom rait
Hon of rights between McCandless way line,
ntid tho government had nilsen Midi "
the situation wiisbiicIi that tho hold-1
ers of tho option did nut wish to take
It up on tho terms It was given. 1
In other words, it develops that Mc
Camllcss lost this opiKirtunlty lo dis
pose of Ills water rights because of
tho action or tho government, and this
Is another thing which naturally p."
raised MrCnndlcBs's Ire.
Mr. McCamllcss is claiming tho
(Continued on Page 4)
On receipt of the opinion from tho
uttoruey-Ki'iieral, It Is declared, Adiims
iiiailo tin Imestlk'allon mid u report ns
to tho three lowest bidders. Ilo mnilii
mo rejiou on iciooer .i ami siaieii
that thero was no record of Irresponsls
blllty against Theodore ll.iiimau and
that his record was good. Tho Lord
Young Kiiglueerlng Ciiinpnny also was
considered responsible, but when It
came to Wilson thero was a different
He was Informed, he stated, that
Wilson had failed lo complete two con
tracts which be had undertaken. Ono
was for the county of Kmuil for u pur
lln .if llin rnml frntti li.Lnt.nll In tin.
nnpepe, and his failure to complete It
ho hail laid to the fault of the stone
crusher, loaned by tho county for tho
Joh. An engineer hud been brought
from Honolulu to examine It, and lift
er a few minor repairs had been iniide,
tho machine crushed more rock than
was neiessaiy under tho contract. Tho
county authorities claimed that tho
machine had not been properly opcrut
(Contlnued on Page 4)
tilnu nti.1 iir,ll,nril unl,lli.ru ll lu nn
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exciting game and a strenuous one, us
Iho olllccrs of thu National fliiurd of
Hawaii found after sitting for nn hour
or so under tho raplil-llru lutein go of
Cniitaln Walter A Johnson, the Unlleil,
Kluti'K nrmv olllcer recentlv detailed as
Insiiector-ln.itructor of tho orminlzeil
The "map irwineuvers," ns tho war
came Is technlcallv known, offer tin-
limited possibilities of theoretical al-
tuck mid defense. What Is more, It
makes tiulck thinking and quick nctlnn
Imperative, for when Captain Johnson
II res a question at nnu of his scholars
he expects an nnswor hot off tho llro
provided that tho makebelleve situation
"Well, what' are you going to do?
There are men dropping every mln
lite," nips out tho ciiplaln, when somo
commander has led his paper troops
Into danger. There's another man bit
Just behind you,"
"I'll take 'em across this cornfield to
Ihe ravine." tlnally answers tho bewll-
"Very well, .but ou lose tluee more
men running across the open," replica
(Continued on Page 8)
Is An Agent of Economy !h& Thrifty Buyers
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1911.
AiwiclatPd I'raaa Calile.)
NANKING, China, Nov. 8. The rob.
els attacked tha city at dawn. The
(Hiwclnl II 11 1 1 II 11 .iMp.)
TOPEKA, Kan, Nov. 8 Mrs. Car
rie E. Cop today filed a $50,000 libel
suit against Bishop David Hastings
Moore of Cincinnati, a prominent
Methodist clergyman. , .She alleges lie
slanderous letter. '" '
TOBACCO TRUST PLAN I
OF DISSOLUTION 0. K.1
(Rnrrl.1t II li 1 1 . I I n Oihl.) I
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Nov. 8. The U.
8. Cireuit Court today handed down a
decision approving the plan for dlsso-1
lution Filed by the American Tobacco
Company,i with the 'modification that
the books of the company must be kept
Intact pending future legislation. I
FORMER PROMINENT MAN
SUICIDE IN NEW YORK
fKorHiil II u 1 1 ctl ii RahlO
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 8. Maurice
8Uwlrt eommitt,d ,ucde in the
or h.iiu l.,t Monday and was not
identified until today. He was known
from his connection with Lord Shotto
and Douglas Queensberry family.
e I I n ibtc)
Nov. 8. Arthur
J"our h" resigned as leaoer ol me
WIPP AMfl HIMSFI F
(Assucnicd Press Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov
Cooper, a sleep-walker, last night at
tacked his wife with a hatchet and fa
tally injured her, after which he
committed suicide with a razor.
FRANCISCO, Cal.. Nov S
RR analysis, ls. fid.; parity,
Prc!niis limitation, IDs 3 l-2d.
PltANi'lSCO, Cal, Nov. I". ,
!Mi degrees test, 5 2lle Previous
lllllltllt loll. 5 I TiC. Tills
Is a correction
on tho iiuotallon pievlousiy recetveu
under same date
OAHU SUGAR CO. SUED FOR 20,000.
Tho John II estate h'ls Died In t
ell cult court a suit against tho Ouhu
i Sugar Company for $20,000, asking
mr lesiiiiiiion oi laiius in wiupm,
which the (omplalnt stales havn
I een wrongfully
withhold from Iho cs-
tale. A lease
of Iho land, negotla'od
by Irene II
Rrowii mid C A. Drown
to Iho Oahu Sugar Compmy In 1897
and the later snlo of Ibis land to tho
li eslalo aro Hiwihed in Iho suit.
HAWLINS na imniupitu.
Assistant United Stales District At-
torncy W. T. Hawllns Iniliy limiilml
his resignation lo D strict Attorney
Ilreckons. clvlnc lll-heallh as the
cause. Ho has been In poor health
for some tlmo and Is now quite III
In tho hospital, ami his resignation
lum been expected for a week. ls
successor has not yet been named.
c. C. Hilling Is mentioned ns a pro-
CHARTER SCHOONER LUKA
FOR SOUTH SEA TRIP
LskrdsKsiiiSi fa.-K"' Jm t-i'-j-'Mt;!
ILbBPHHc. r aBK1l'H " Mt,t,u PslsaMfi '
Canal .nd Um Llw ToiWmM,nm,fA 4 jnfu i ' - 'T Jj.Vl "i- " I
Hrenes ul I'annlng lhinil, Iniiiglil bj
milling Mullen nl Kngllsli liarhnr.
small furliiiie In riiinu
Father Kuimauuel Hougler, who lias
hold Washington and Fanning Islands
to a Canadian and Kngllsh syndicate,
today chartered Iho schooner I.uka, I
owned hy Captain Frederick Miller of
this city, for u South Sea trip, Icav-
Ing next Saturday. Tho scnooncr will
carry to Fanning mid Washington Isl-j
anils Father Itouglcr and thu Inspec-lnro
lor sent nut nero ny ino purctmsing
syndicate, who was expected lo ar-
rlvo on tho Zealanilla this afternoon,)
Tho I.uka was hauled on the mar-lwlll
Ino railway this morning after hav-.to
ing ridden nt anchor in tho stream for
a number of months. Cjptaln Miller
w( soryo ng ,,,. r , VOSb0. nc
cnmpanylng Father Hougler anil his
party to Fanning and Washington Isl
ands, and hoposMn complete tho voy-
a niontii or six weeks nt
i tho latest
Tho I.uka Is credited with being
ono of tho finest fitted sailing vessels
which mako Honolulu us a Homo port.
Money wns spent with n lavish hand
In tho construction of tho vessel and
Iho Installation of appointments which
Inno (o do with tho comfort of pas-
AMERICAN PROGRESS IN HILO
TO BE FEATURED IN EDITION
J II McSniiuson
inoriilqg from Hawaii after
the Dig Island assembling
,( ,) pictures
for American IM-
wall," thu Dvoiilug llulletln's
lttll-DS special edition. Distinctive
in-Df speenu euiiion. insimcuvu
pictures Illustrating some spicl.il fea-
tuio on emh of the different planta-
tlous are being secured Tho old of
tno various plantation managers' In
lBeng together accurate mid Interest -
Ing Information regarding the various
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iropertles Is being willingly given.
Much mure space than formerly will
' - "
dustrles In Ihe coining edition, such as
sisal, pineapples, rubber, tobacco mid
other products 'ready for distribution on February ?.
" " T"
A. Lewla, Jr., was called HiIh iiiorn-J New pyrogrnphy nutlltH ami tuiiter-
Ing ns it witness for tho liitcr-lslandlliils at Honolulu Plinto-Supply Co
Steamship company In connection Handsome patterns In wood fur burn-
( Willi Ihe Celtic Chief case. i ting nnil beautiful colored icnthers.
f. ' ?" I.
llrlllali .Sjiiillriilr. .IImhc, priipoM'il
Ilrlun, I'oroaniit grine priiducliig a
songers. For months past. Iho I.uka
has been tho homo of Captain Mlllci
and members of Ills family.
It Is understood that Father Hougler
has agreed to pay ono thousand dob
lars for tho uw of Iho vessel In mak-
Ing tho trip In the Soiilliein islands
Fanning anil Washington islands
less tlinn ono hundred miles apart.
anil no u iriuo over ouo imiiisauu
miles to tho South of Honolulu,
Accompanying the I.uka as crew
ho a male, a cook mid four men
work Die ship.
It Is expected Hint the cleaning and
renovation of tho I.uka will ho com
pleted to permit thu essel gelling
away for Fanning on Saturday morn
Father Hougler lias arr.iugcil for a
small motor launch to bo taken to the
Islands to bo used by Iho party In
entering tho various pigeons. The
launch is tho property of Captain Mil
ler and will be brought li ick on his
leturn to Honolulu.
A complete lino of stores mid sup
plios arc now being collected for the
One featuru o tbn coining edition
(Illll. Will prill' ill! cju-iicner in Hie
.. . ... ... ....
liolulii pmplt' who have
llllo leiently Is n seellon
of t, )rogr,.,.M r Hie while builncss
Interests In that growing (own. This
m-ctlon will bo llluslraled with views
many of the new store and
ollleo bulldliigs, mid will alsocoutaln.il
niimlur of pictures of tho owners and
managers of the different businesses.
! "Practical People in Plantation
Work" Is another scdlim thai will
proo of lunch Interest to local and
foreign readers It Is devoted to phn-
" ' " "" '" ' '
ecullves on tho plantations other than
tho malingers The edition will be
MM' t .
Ticking off tits soconds, the minutes
and houra in a business moans ticking
oil the INTEGRITY, INTELLIGENCE
and ACCURACY of every part of that
business. Like tho clock, it must be
RIGHT to Inspire .confidence. It must
be REGULAR STEADY always
wound up by human integrity and intelligence.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Nn Nelln'ti. I.i'e minister for land
In the New Sunlit Wars lilmr gov
ernment w.is an an ha! m the steam
er Mamma hist ulglil I ''an Auslialla.
Ilo Is going lo the Unlle.t States
on no. less a mission than Hi .uhocilu
leclpioclt) between I'lide Sam's do
mains and Australia, and Is sent
mcioss tho I'liclllc li his goxerniuent
to take up a possible iiclpioclty
igici'tiieul at Washlnglon.
Nellscn Is nlso going to try to sti
mulate ttado relations between tho
Dulled Stales and Australia and ono
particular object Is lo secure Iho es
tablishment of bcMcr steamship facil
ities between San Fr.iiictscii and iho
Antipodes. Ilo will also alleml Iho
sessions of the National Inlg.itlon
Ilo will bo In Honolulu for sexernl
days, lealug on the Sletra next Wed
nesday for San Fruuclsui. Ho Is mak
ing his headquarters nt tho Public
At tho naiuls-Aroimd-tlic-P.iclflc
dinner tonight MrNcllsen will ho ono
of Iho Important sieakers, piob.ibly
lollowfln- Peicv Hunter
Nellscn 'was tho entral flginc h&'if't
Ihe illsliirbancc that shook that slain
sonic little tlmo ago, when thu labor
party made their sensational drop nut
cf power only to bo pulled hack again
by Premier Mctiowan from Vancou
ver. Tho fight Is still waging hot aul
iliey h:iu only a lurn working ma-
Joiily at the present time.
National Coiniiillteemau II. I., llol-
steln "liirned up missing" tid.iy when
Iho Wllhetioliia bit for San Francisco.
The committeeman mid speaker of tho
House bad hicu cunllileiitly expected to
go to Washington on Ihe same essel
that carried Delegate Kulilo and to
add lo Delegate Kiihln's support In tho
charges he will press against Coventor
I'renr, but llolstelii did not show up at
the Appointed time
Ills failure to put lu mi appearance
giiM rise (o a number of rumors,
among which is lh.it llolstelii does not
wish lo become Imnlvcil now In I lei
inntrovirsy on atcount of his nwiHui
Iness IMcicst. nlthoiiKh Ills Support Is
In be given l-C li ll lo fiom a distance.
Attorney C W. Asbford went away
with the Delegate, and will represent it
large group of Kan hoimslcmli rs at
Washington Colonel Sam Parker and
Drncst Parker and John T. McCrnsson
were on board Mr McCrosnui Is go
ing lo Washington on behalf of his Kan
lit 1 1 bill, bl h was Introduced at thu
exlia session anil Is expected to pass
during Ihe Miming session.
llr .1 U II I'm II nrealileiil of Ihe
Hoard of Henllli. bus forvtiirdeil u let
ter to the city and county Hoard of
.supci visors manning null nouy inriiin
support mid assistance tuidcred tlm
lieall'i milliorlllcH lu their emleiiMir 'n
cninbat tlie iiiiisoulto nest mid In thu
cleaning up of the city,
I'he National Prohibitionist, a week
ly publication In the Interest of Ihe
prohibition parly, has suspi'tulcd pub
The statue erected at Stcubemllle,
O. Ill honor of IMwin M Stanton, sec
retary of war under President Lincoln,
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streeti