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Pcrsh November 10
Muriuu.i December ft
Mitloini December Ii
Ticking olf tlio teconds, the mlnutea
and hours in a butineta meant licking
off Iho INTEGRITY, INTELLIGENCE
and ACCURACY of every pari of that
butinett. Like the clock, it mutt be
RIGHT to Intpire confidence. It mutt
be REGULAR STEADY always
wound up by human Integrity and in
Is An Agent of Economy to Thrifty Buyers
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5079.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ROSE GUARDS HOUSE TO STOP INSPECTORS
FALL OF PEKING IMMINENT HOURLY
U. 8. Fund
Federal rmiilH limy hi- secured hy
Hawaii In Hi'' light In free this port
from tlin yrllmv fever menace.
Whether or not there will ho tiny
Federal inoncy available for use In the
light UgalllSt tllO IllOSqllltOCS Is 11 qlleS-
tlnn lliHt Im to ho taken up hy the (Gov
ernor with Dr Ilupcrt Wile, the winl
lury expert who nrrlvcH from San Fran
dscn tomorrow to take over the work
Unit Or. Currle Iiiim started on mich u
At the rate money Is helnK spent at
the present time, the mipply will keep
the llnaril of Health going anil also
the mosquito cnmpulgii for another
three montliH only. Then something
will have to I in ilnne ami an attempt
Im to he made lo get Federal nld.
Congress atiproprlateil $7",0,000 ns h
contingent funil, hut It In not known
whether the whole of this wiih used up
In' the IlKht waged recently against
diolerii on tho Knstcrn Coast or not.
Dr. Illun will In all probability know,
and will lie able' lo iidvise what
i an lo done when tho matter Im put up
V. W MuiiKe, chief engineer of tho
Mcllryde Kug.ir Company nt Kleele,
Kauai, nnd Well known all over the
Islands ns an expert sugar man, will
Mmrtly take, clinrgo of Iho biggest ami
most modem Migur mill ami factory In
He leaves next Monday for the
Philippines In beeomo chief engineer
for the Mlndoro company at K.m Jose,
Mlndoro. Here Is being completed u
new mill nnd factory built by the Ho-
nolulii lion Works. Tho mill Itself Is
larger than any mill In Hawaii. The
factory Is nbout the sl.o of Wal.ilua
iiml Oiiliu. The cruslilng machinery Is
constructed with a view to the further
ileM'lopmeiit of tho fuctory.
Tho factory will start about tho first
of the year rellnlng Filipino black sug
ar. Next yenr Iho mill will grind cane
nnd tho whnlo estahllMimcnt will bo In
Mr Mango has been hern for a mini
her or enrs, and his record was In
striimeutnl In getting hint the new po
sltlon, through tho Honolulu Iron
Works Tho Iron Works Is miturnlly
ple.ised that n maii who understands
Its sugar machinery and has made good
hern should Im put In charge of this
great mill In tho Philippines.
Annie Keith Itnhinsim tills morning
filed an application In thu Circuit Court
asking Hint her marrlrtgo with Henry
N Long he made null and void.
Long Is tho Honolulu policeman vUio
was nrrested u short tlmn ago on a
chargo of doilbto blguiny nnd sen
fenced to two years' Imprisonment,
The complainant states that at the
time of tlin marrlugo she did not know
that ho had another wife. Tin re Is
one child of thu innrrlage, n boy of
tin eij months.
i a i
Whnl sumo men hellovo to ho ml
Minced Ideas mo only brain bubbles.
OF DR. CURRIE
Deputy Sheriff Charles II. Roue In
dcfyliiK Iho honllli authorities today
Ho l guarding IiIk homo In prevent
a sanitation sqund from cutting down
Ida Imiiana (recti. Ho linn temporarily
left lila ofllco at tho tHitlro Btatlon
and Is ready to resist, with furco If
necessary, lio says, any ntlempt lo
carry out the orders of Dr. Donald
II. Currlo Hint nil hanann trees with
in 150 feet of houses must come down.
Knso declares that If tho authori
ties will point out lo him personally
mosquito wrigglers In tils Innana
trees, ho will allow them to he cut
down, hut that they must do this first,
Ho far, tho ItispcctorH nnd squads
have been too husy doing other things
Tho deputy shcrlrt nppciicd nt p'i
llce station only for a little while this
morning nnd then rotiirnodj, to his
house tn stand guard there. Ilefore
leaving his houso ho had told his wlfo
iu which i uc sanitation squ 103 anil "
any of them entered h'.s I remises tn
telephone lo him at once.
Hose's altitude Is tho only open do
SHOWN TO HAVE SOLD LIQUOR
After a retirement of only n few
minutes mill without Leon M Straus,
attorney for tho defendant III the case,
addressing them, the jury returned n
verdict of not guilty In the ease of
the Territory against Nelson II. I .a ml.
The charge was that of selling llquur
without u license.
I'lirv case was (nought by Liquor In-
specter W. Fennell, who called as his
witnesses two marines. The story ns
told by them Is that one of them went Unit many of the members of the Jury
to "Phoney" Davis" place and tried to that acquitted lnnd today formed part
buy some liquor, but that he could not of the Jury that acquitted Davis u few
get It. When Im camo downstairs days ago .of the charge of selling llq
iignln he saw the other marine, who nor without a license Today during
win on guard, ami stood talking to him
IjiiiiI wns there, and stated that ho
thought he could get some whisky for
DR. CURRIE AND
Dr. Donald II. Currlo, who at thu
present time Is In charge nt the nntl
mosqulto campaign, received orders
this morning that lie Is to leava for
H.m Francisco, where h will take up
the duties of Dr. Iluperl Illue, whoar
rlve here tomorrow morning to take
over the work at this end
Dr. Illun was sent here Instead of
Dr. Ilepry It. Carter, who was taken
sick with typhoid. Pending the time
ho would bo on the way, the surgeon
general, nt the request of tho cltlr.ens
of Honolulu, appointed Dr. Currle to
lead the light.
I have been expecting orders to go
to San Francisco for some tlmn now,
and they did not como ns u surprise tn
me," said Dr. Currlo this morning "I
will take over the work that Dr Illun
was doing, nnd will continue to do so
until he has finished down here."
Tho regular mooting of tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee will ho held at
tho rooms of tho committee Young
llnlnl linllilloL'. at 3:30 o'clock n. Ill
A man can Hatter any woman by
tolling her that ho nnver attended
church legularly until lifter lie met
fiance I" Iho nrllcrs from liondqunr-
lers yet received that lias caused any Peking la Imminent tody, and hourly alleged contplracy of James A. Patten,
trouble,. Tho other ciscs havo been rumors that it has succumbed to the it, Chicago wheat king, and others, in
Ihosc of ignorant people. Thcro havo rebels are scattered. ) , , ,. . ,. '.
been ninny kicks, hut few that need- The foreign legations say now that '0rmlnB th r"t e0rner n eot,0n, h"
cd any attention paid to them. 'the last hose of the Manehu dynasty to non0 "P '" 8upreme Coprt.
Dr. Currlo and Attnrnoy-fioticrnl quell the tide of revolullonitm hat e
l.ludsay were together In onferenco vanished. ' NORWAY ANn WFflFN
this morning and said afterwards that According to latest reports, the city ''un"H nu OWVCUCPJ
they woro too busy this morning lo of Nanking it still untaken, the de. MOVE FOR RECIPROCITY
take the matter up. However, Iho fenders holding out desperately. The
health nil'liorltles arc firm and It Is rebels last 1000 in the battle yesterday (Associated Press Cable.)
stated that Hose's banana trees will and are said to have run short of am- WASHINGTON, O. C Nov. 9. Nor
certainly enino down. munition. way and Sweden have asked the same
Itoso camo down this morning to It I. a.tlm.t.d that th. rebel, have r,cprocitv tro,lv ,trm, wor. off,r.
Iho pollco slntlon to ntlend to certain 23,000 men engaged In the attack and . . . , . , .
matters which required his attention, the Imperialists only 6000. -, c,nd on wood PU,P nd Print
Ho (old thnso nbout him today that tho paper.
action taken by thoso In charge of the' pasiTna.1 TUDHUfC nee
nntl-iiifiHnnllfi ciimnnlen rnnitnltinn
wns unreasonable. In that they could
not prnvo (hat tho growing of tho ba
nana trees Is a common nuisance.
"Why, It Is ridiculous for mo to cut
down mv hnnnnit trees, which nrn
vnliiublo," ho said. "Their fruit wllb,,, ,ook !t Pceably,
mature In a few .weoks. and I a.n
going to destroy them'' riofoss tho
tlioi1tlfj(rcafl"iHiTia out to mo that tho
mosquitoes hccil In 'them."
him If ho wanted It. Ho therefore gavo
Ijm a bottle and a dollar. The bit-
tor went upstairs ami returned later f Congrett panes the proposed work -
with thu bottle full of whisky nnd thejmen's compensation act. Tattimony to -
Uiml admitted all this and said that
he only did It out of friendship for tho
.marines. He bought the liquor from
"Phoney" Davis and did not make any-
thing nut of tho deal himself,
One peculiar Instance of the case Is
the hearing of the evidence they heard
ljinil state that ho Isiugbt the liquor
IS CUT OPEN
Atlnckcd by a man, whoso name nt
the present time Is unknown, a Hub
slan woman, nnmo also unknown, was
taken tn tho Queen's hospital this
morning with n cut in the hack of hci
From what can ho learned of tlin af
fair It Is thought that she bad a quar
rel with tho man nnd that hn atlnckcd
j her with a knife, whllo she wns In her
sunt in a., iviiviio est, iiiiuuu (fit mi vi
No details are avnllnhto as the po
llco nro very reticent about the wholo
mutter. Whon llrst questloneil tliny
isluted that they know nothing nbout It
beyond Iho fact that she was cut.
LORD DOUGLAS IS
ALIVE IN SEATTLE
lAsModalotl Prow Cable.)
er-Awi r . l. tvi n t -. I
Douglas, brought Into public notice by!
the suicide of Maurice Stewart in New
York last Monday, It alive In this city.
i . ...
Action wns taken at tho Congress
"I Indiana In Columbus, O., to pro
mote tho movement for tho abolition
of reservations nlnl government pn-
I Amttiftn I fil t'fl . r.ltllsi 1 '
PEKING. China. Nov. . The fall of
wrlll I wis inrtWIfO Urr
f Special B U 1 1 e 1 1 n 'Cable.!
HONGKONG, China, Nov. 9. Can-'
ton has declared Its independence. The
run bnau, capital ot ruxien prov
inco'h" b,en cPturr v,i,h a'kjbt re
(Special n ii 1 1 r 1 1 n Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 9.
General raiting of rates by the rail
roads of the United States is probable
dav at the hearing held by the com-
mlsslon on the act foreahadows rata
Increatet in order to compensate the
(AssnelHted Press Table.)
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 9.
Maurice Maeterlinck, the dlatingulthed
Belgian dramatitt, poet and phlloto
nk... h.. h..n .w.rH.d th. Nah.l nrlr.
for th. best achievement In the field
The Nobel prises were founded
I !Ui by Alfred Ileriiiiril Nobel of Htock-
liolm win, left III., irpeiili.r" mirf rtf Itlrt
fortune of tn.oon.onn to Kv,i annually,"10 '"''"""""'''"'
live prixes for the best achievements
lu various Melds of science, art und
economics, The literary prim Is
awirded by the Swedish Academy In
Maurice Maeterlinck has had u long
and distinguished career In literary and
philosophic Hi-Ills One of his latest
and best-known efforts Is the sym
bolic drama "lllueblrd,"
. . gm1 i f n ." tM tw a 4-
lArl lb brCAMin A I
MEMORIAL TO LINCOLN
(Kpcclxl flulletln Cahle.)
HODGEVILLE, Ky, 'Nov. 9 Pres-
Ident Taft spoke today at the dedlca-
tion of the Lincoln memorial on the
spot where the log cabin home of tho
martyred Pretllent stood.
Governor Folk of Missouri also spoke,
BOOMS TOBACCO STOCK
(Seclnl 11 ill let In Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 9. Thede.
citlon of the Supremo Court approving
the plan of dittotutlon of the Amerl-
c,n Tobacco Company has given
Doom vo vno svocs on vne morsel
WHEAT KING UNDER FIRE
ON BIG COTTON CORNER
James A. Patten, charged with
conspiring to tlclrautl
I Atuuw I ii I nil Prrnai tiMvi
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 0. The
iirif VUWWIW UIHHQTCD TO II
11LTT LIII11L0L lmmdlLI. IU U. i).
IS PROGRESSIVE OF PROGRESSIVES
BY C. S. ALBERT.
' ...'.. . .:.::':
.ABIIIiMJ IUi. I,. V.. . ,.-.., r IpI(it. v(..11,Mor r fTrlKn
designation or S. Alfred 8io ns'mldlh- HirirK ,(, WilM ctumio,! h n,p Cnlt
ter from China to the United States Is'rd Ktates mid speaks Kugllsh perfect
declureil lo have no connection wlth(y He Is about .15 years old, thus be
tbe rebellion now In progress. Thu lug the youngest representative ever
change Is said to havo been unilcrcon- detailed by Cliln.i He graduated from
slderatlon for some lime.
Chang Yin Tang, the present Incum
bent, does not speak tilt; Fngllsh lan
guage and Is not In touch with mat-
ters of policy pending between the two
Rations. For Iheso reuse
.ter's usefulness was llml
ns ino minis-
tteil and the
'necessity for a change became seir-evi-
dent to the Chinese government. It
was determined long ago to make tho proposed loan of JMl.ooo.iiOD for the ref
chnngo whenever n satisfactory suc'J'ormntlon of tho Chinese IIm.ur'IhI sys
cessor could be found Mr Chang's tem.
C. C. Hitting has been nppolntcd as
successor to United Htntos Assistant
l"" miorney w. I i..i.in no-
-.. i. . ,. ,, m f...ll.. ...1...
' fel1Knei' Ji!nly on account of ill
I1'0?.'"' . . . ....,
untten iatcs uisirici Aiiorney no-
.' licit V. llreckons gave nut tho pows
mis morning nun si.ncii nun aium-ncy-(icncral
Wlckurshnm had iniulo
I MAN IS
SLATED FOR JOB
IMgar Mm ton, deputy sherirf of Ma-
i..... .... I., ui.l.l l.i li.i ulnli'il fur ii ileti-
inn ,, in. . " ..i.. ... - .... - .. -.- ..
lutv tax assessorshlp on Maul, which
Position is vacant Chairman A. D.
I Cooper of the llepublican Territorial
I Central Committee was asked as to any
,IC(, t, cominltleo bad taken In In-
,nrslng n ciuulld.ite for tlin position,
lin, hll, today that no aillon has been
lllk(,n Morton, It Is understood, has
lll() (n(.k. r Sam Kelllnol, the Mnul
committeeman, mid stands an excellent
uhance of getting the position
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea 8treete
mmi -f ' -
aWMkIa'-'k " jllii .
-aWw-aWaVn 'vaaVlt, '
II .aaBBBBPaVsa. . . jtMkf i "I
LataaLaaKL t aaW i
.new lufHlgtitiieiit liu not yet been bull
' The new minister Is now serving ns
the Central High School of this elt.
which ho entered In U!2, ami from
Cornell University In tint class of l'jul
He Is said to be especially protlcleut
In economics and problems relating to
currency nun raiiro.ios. lie was asso-
elated with Prof .1 W Jenks of Cor-
null University, who went to China sev-
eral years ago In coums'tlon with the
For having opium In their posses
slon two Chinamen, Yeo San and Tom
liuii woro anested this morning by
tho olllcurs of II'0 luarshiil's ofllco at
thu Instance of (lulled Sl'itcs lllstilii
Attorney llobert W llreckons.
Tub floor of Iho district attorney's
room resembled an opium Joint this
morning, for Iho wholo of thu two
sets of paruplirmilln weiu laid out for
Inspection, Theio nro complete out
Ills, pipes, lamps, containers, scale.
nnd all tho test of II.
Tho two men will omo up for dis
position inter. Tho stuff was found
III their houses, ouo being on jHmlth
strict nnd tho other on I I'll el.
Judge lliirlvvcll's friends hope Ilia'
Urn aged jurist will ho returning to
Hawaii shortly Ho Is icpoiicd as
cnmlng out lo Han Francisco, after
spending some time In the Cast ami
rumor has It that ho will come Irak
hero before Christmas, lie Ib rosirt-
eil ninth Improved In lieallh fiom his
long rest since ho leslgued the chief
Inti of men who Fit nround on dry
goods boxes and growl about hard
times would consider It nu Insult If
uuy one were to offer them n Job,
It Is doubtful If niiv Important
changes (In the tnritfi v ill be mad"
during the net nr that "111 serlour
ly Impair any Aiwrimii liidii-trv."
'Ibis Is the il'i li'lnlliin llitl mad'
b llenrv CIcms tl Co. tbe big New
York banking house. In n sperl.il letter
cut out f-oni Hie m (ropoll-'uiiiler ilito
of October 2S. copies of wbhli vveie re
iclved here estinlay
The whole leiini of the letter la verv
optimistic ami the roiisKiirNiico us to
the tiirltT i unusually strong, mid pir
llcularly pleasing to Hawaii people who
havi been fearing for the safety of tho
llefirrlng to the tarlll, tho letter
"It Is uncertainty that kilts, not
changes up or down III Hie t.irllf. and
If the elections onl) show decisive ten
dencies of public opinion regnrdlngtl'oij
tariff, business men will be better nlilo
to foreeast the future nnd adjust them-selvi-S
Id Impending (Jinilges Tho
piobabllity Is thai we shall see a gre-il
ImI ot llirfe eoiiKnUoinivef tho, t.it
In, but. few chanjeS of Imporlnnce, ei-
cept the cutting down of the peaks III "5,
protection, and tho removal of tariff
props where not iictunlly needed. It Is
doubtful If any important changes will
be made during the nel vt.ir that will
seriously Impair any American Indus
Continuing. Clews snvs:
"In tomuierchil circles there has nlso
been an Improvement In undertone
I'mensoiiluK distrust has disappeared
and (onlldence Is gradiistly rising"
MAN WELL WHEN
miitii ti n :t :: tt tt n :t tt v. a tt
ti Dr. Carl llaiuus, chief qu,iran- tt
tt tine ofllcer here, has reculved a tt
tt cablegram troiu piiv.ito snurcen tt
tt slating that tho Hongkong Mnru tt
tt lias at rived at Yokohama anil that tt
tt no slckncaa was luuiiil nboird. It it
tt Is stated ih.it a .l.ipiuesu surgeon tt
ti examined the man declared to tt
tt have had volhiw fover hero and tt
t found that ho had Jaunillre. tt
it "This might very well ho tho tt
;t ciiso," said Dr. llaiuus this morn- tt
tt lug. "Thu man was convalescing, tt
tt oven while hero and his dmp- tt
tt loins woro mi slight ns to bo hire- tt
ti ly detected. Ily the time ho ii
ti reached Yokohama It Is" morn it
ti Hum probable Unit no symptoms it
it existed at all and thai, literally it
it Bienl(lng, H was not vcllow fever ii
it at that time. That, however, has tt
ti little hearing on Iho dlagmuls tt
ti hero." tt
tt ti tt ii it tt ii it it it tt tt tt it tt it tt tt
: vi ham' ni.vnm:i:
ms iiivi: cUmmmi
The Milliliters' Wharf Commit.
: lee has derided to glvo 10.00(1
! to tho sanitation campaign, tn be
used only after tho Territorial
funds havo been used up, except
that for (ho present the commit- !
! leo Is ready to give a few thou- V
sands for use in emergency
! cases, tho Territorial funds not
! being Immediately available. !
! Secretary T. II Petrlo nf the
commlttcu Is now drafting Iho
! communication to tlin cltleus'
Committee, .Merchants' Assocla- s
! Hon ami Chamber of Commerce s
to the above effect.
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