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and hours In a business means ticking
oil tho INTEGRITY. INTELLIGENCC
and ACCUHACY of every part of that
butiuess. Like tho clock, it mutt bo
RIGHT to Inspire confidence. It mutt
bo REGULAR STEADY always
wound up by human Integrity and in
telligence. 3:30 EDITION
Is An Agent of Economy to Thrifty Buyers
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5081.
24 PAGES.-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911. 24 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Frem A tn Franclteel
Minnlli Mntrmhrr 13
far Run Franclecol
Hbira . . November IS
Mar.uni Dcicinl.ir n
Makurn Heccnibcr f
Fo o tb a 1 1
(Associated Press Cable.)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal, Nov, 11.
football scores today are at follows!
At Princeton Princeton 3, Dart,
At Cambridge Harvard 15, Carlisle
At Ithaca Cornell 6, Michigan 0.
At Now Haven Yale 15, Brown 0.
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 11. Tho Hill
liner Minnesota went aground in the
Kurnsina passage, but hat been i
floated and proceeded to Kobe
KING AND QUEEN LEAVE
FOR INDIAN DURBAR
LONDON, Eng-i Nov. 11. An im
mtn:e crowd assembled today to see
the king and queen start on their way
lo Delhi, India, to attend the imperial
Pi rbr to be held In their honor.
They expect to be away about three
months, and tho celebrations during
their stay In India are to be carried
out on. a, larger tcalo than any before
"GO SAYS BLUE
That hauumi tries form n breeding
place fur iiioiipiltno.H was definitely
ft ilril yesterday iiftcrnoiin by Dr llluc,
wlm Is In take over thu work started
by Dr. I'urrlo for cleaning up the town
mi I Ki'ttltiK rhl uf tlio Insects.
Hi' wilil t tint It Is well known nil over
Hi'- world llutt banana trues breed mos.
liiltiii'H. Colonel (loiRiis, ulin cleaned
1 1 1 . tho I'mmliiu Zone, it'iOKiil.cil this
liuniedl itcly JiiBt what percentage of
iim:iilluvh come from a tree Dr. Illun
inn mil say, hut hn makes thu statu
incut that olio tree might supply the
whole ir a district with nnK'lltnnH.
Owing In tli Interest that In being
takiii In tin' ipiestloii of cutting down
the trees, IIiIk was llin MrHt iimttcr that
was iut up In tlin doctor utter Ids iir
I liil Tu a question put tn him he
s-l ilctl that tlm irmnwil of llin trees
win an excellent thing mill should be
stcnl.iy tho work of cutting down
tin- trees was continued, anil besides
till i hundreds of draylnads of ruhhhdi
iiiul empty tins were carted uwny.
Ah tlin remilt of u tour of Inspection
iiiailo b I)r. llliif iiml I)r. Currlo
thiough the Wnlklkl district, they
found thai ulthoiiRh tho night iiiohiiuI
Iuh breed In tlm ponds there, tlm day
luiHiinltiieH ilfi mil. They ulso fouml
(hut It Ik only In thu corners of tlm
ponds iii'l among tho rushes where
tlo tlsh ran nut git at tin in tluit the
ulalit iniisiiiiliien even hrceil.
Wht Wat Done.
The llii.il Imiell to the complete or
ganization mih Riven jestorduy, when
ICii pilintierM were aiMeil to llin llRht
Iiik rank. They were plueeil out nt
W.ilMkl iiml brniiRhl llin total nuni
Im r of men working on tho Job up to
7.M They were put to woik on tho
inirt.li l.ni'l that lli'H between Kalakaiia
iiM'iiui! anil King Direct, anil iih n r
niiII of tho day's wnik eleunril up about
twi nty-tlvo ncrca. I.leiiteniint Arthur
(1. Hpeni'or, who wim In chnrRn of them,
tilled that they worked splendidly
'llin work ran nuioothly with the. ox
ii'iitlon of tlm en tt I n I? down of 109
young Hum seedlings wlileh were
liliinleil In :i close elnxter and wero
mistaken h tho overseer for weeds.
Two more kicks of any Importance
were registered, nn being from D.ivld
Nol'ev nun tlm other from a mini
nnineil Smjtte They neat word that
they refused tu havo their I ices cut
BY STANDING PAT
A (est c.iko will bo lihlilo of tho In
Jmtcllon Btilt lirnitRht by Attorney,
Hurry T. Mills In restrain llio Kiinlln
thin Kiii!iila from cutlltiR down his'
banana trees In llio utitl-nmsqiiltiil
flRhl Upon (IiIh hinges a very larnu
and Important p.irt uf (ho entire k.iiiI-J
Tho unit broiiRht by Deputy Bherlff
Charles II. Itnso Is to bo will wait'
until tho hotlleuienl of tho Mills np-j
pllratlnn, ns bolli of them aro pro-'
clsoly tho Bamo In chiirncler.
Owlns In tho fnrt that Mills re
fused to mako any innvo In the tml-
tcr or to wnlvo any of his iIrIiIk. Al
tnnicy (leneral Alexander l.lnilsity, Jr.
was (Ills morning tumble lo mako any
Headway with tho Injunction suit lll-
ei iiRnlnst the health authorities, jch-i
Ho and Mills talked the matter over
in court this mortilnt; bill Mills alimi
lutely deellned to asro-j t'i unvttiliiR '
hat would brlu;; tho cine In a li"ul
MralRht away. The mnwcr was serv
ed nn hint about .six o'clock enteiiliy
cxciiIiir and under Hie law he lias
EXPECTED HERE MONDAY NEXT
IJnofllclal aihlren received at army
ImdriunrtcrB by yeslerdny's ninll, stnlo
that Major (leneral Aitlnir Murray,
commander or thu Western DMslon,
will nrrlvd heio on tho transport
Thomas Monday next. Ho far no offi
cial mesHiiRO to that offect has been
rccelcd, but Ocncinl Macomb Is look
Iiir for u wliolcsa messtiRQ (onlRlit.
Tho eoniliiK of (ieneral Murray
means much tn the military hern, lie
'ins Riven out tlin statement that ho
oxiiects lo sco everytliliiR theio Is to
ho seen In Oaliu of a military nature,
mil as tho division comnmoiler lias a
reputation for tliiiroui;linCKri It Is.tiik
in for Rratited that llltln will bo over
looked hy him on his tour of Inspec
tion. Major (icneral Murray knows Hono
BOYS IS SET
Tho bcoto and limio of youtiR ln-
ventois who mo Ir.vliiR for pi lion In
(ho 11 it 1 1 o t Ill's mo.lc aoniplatm
cemtost will linvo a cliiinro to show
what their Rjldcis and dyers cm do
In competition Just nun weok from
loday. Saliiiilny, November 1K at I
In the afternoon Is the date and hour
finally set for tho contest. Tito trials
will he held in tho IiIr Ramo hall of
tho Y. M. C. A., which ptovMoH al
most perfect conditions for an ocnt
of tho kind.
This lust week has been a busy one
for the model aviators, and lias been
'itoiluctivn of Home IiIr liupinvnmciitH
in the types of gliders ami lljor.i.
When llio boys llnully lino up thnlr
machines for competition In tho tour
classes. Indications are that tho show-
Iiir will he up lo llio utamlii u of any
acnt of the kind hold In tho States.
Further particulars as to tho JiulRcs,
rules for trlnls, etc., will ho publish
ed In llio Hit lie tin next week,
Chatlcs V. Uiomls, seciolnry of tho
contest, mid loday Unit It Is assured
that all of tlio coutcbtnnts will Imvo
their models for tho four classes tin
laheil In lime. Homo Irivo been ile
taycil owlnR In (ho fnrt that tlioy had
to send to the Coast for material, but
with a few iluys lo "timo up" tho mo
dels, all will bo In shape lor Stittir.
4 J' 4
oitmnis fok ii'tti:iis.
Or. Illun thin inorliliiK inado
clear llio point over which tlierr-
hati been snine doubt of late,
; namely as In what was lo bo
ilnnn with the RUtlers on houses.
"Tliey nio to be screened," ho
said, "except In rares whero they
aro HiiKRltiR and then they are lo
'e have holes punelied In them,
Tills will not be iloun If they aro
sei eened and do not hold any
still water, however."
twenlj-Cour hours In which to miswor.
He stated (Ills uiornluR Hint ho would
liao to lako Ihreo or four days bo
foro ho niado his next step so that ho
could ro thoroughly Into tho matter.
The nttn-nry jn-ncial this mornlni;
filed n motion to set In llio clrcil'1
eauit anil theio tho tu.t'trr rcsti.
None of tho iirRitments brought tn
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lulu well, having Kpent somo (lino
hero when tho army postH wero oris
Inally located, anil IiiivIiir served on
llin linqril of selection lit that llmo.
Ho will bo received hern with all tho
honors iltm to his rank, ami on his lu
lls lo tho various posts will bo Riven
tho maJor-Reucral'H alute of thirteen
Kims, while tho troops will ho turned
nut for rev low If lie so desires.
(jonorii! Murray will bo accompanied
by Colonel Kbcrt, chief surgeon of llio
Weslerii Dhlnloti, Major (lllnioro,
coast defenso n 01 cor, and (Siptatn Ma
1 1 11 Cialf, usslslnnt lo tho chief of start
of tlio WcKtcrn Division.
Ileforo taking ronuuand of the
Western Division, and ns a hrlRadler
Renoral, (lenertil MuVniy was chief of
A Prominent Contestant.
FOR NOVEMBER 18
I : : 1 '
Y 1 avfltswv i
(AbbotIs-IpI rrcsa Cabl.l
OAN FRANCI8CO, Cal, Nov. 11
Plans have been Derlectod for (ha can.
ttitutionat convention at Shanghai to
establish the new republic and adept
a constitution. I
tAswicUted Ptmw Ottiln.)
PEKING, Chin, Nov. 11 General
Yuan Shih Kal has telegraphed to the
throno that he It unable to assume the
premiership on account of the state of
It is reported that General LI, com
manding the main revolutionary army,
will probably agree to a peaceful' com
promise In order to avert bloodshed.
(Hrxvtut Bullvl Iii'CiiiIh.)
AMOY, Nov. 11, Reports have
reached hero that the town of Foo
chow has surrendered to the revolu
tionists. Further reports state that the vice
roy is dead.
I ' .: .
AT T0WN.0F NANKING
I Mimc1.iI It ii I I nl tn ClM-.l
NANKING, China, Novell The 1m.
perlaliste have the vpper.handj.here.
LTbe, rcyolutioniit havw Vc'u(od the
position they held.
ELECT PRESIDENT' f '
UriMl.il llilllll. e ......
HtJHANWEN, China,' Nov: 11. The
revoluiionittt have elected a president
for the province of Canton.
HEAD OF REPuillC1
(fpeelal II il I lot In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 11 The
title of governor-general Is to be given
the head of the Republic of China,
which is to be run under military gov
ernment. LEADERS COME TOGETHER
TO TALK COMPROMISE
(Special lo Liberty News.)
Kwnmjtung, Chewchow, Shantow,
Sunning, Kungick, Kongmun all join
Heongshan quiet. Dooduek and Gen.
Woo Han Min, commander-in-chief of
Canton province, sent representative to
meet Hongkong governor, Wu Ting
Fang and Won Jung Yau, and Wong
Chun Wy at a meeting in Shanghai of
the foreign consuls.
SUGAR MEN WILL
NI'IW YOHK, October 2fi. Tho fttl
nnelal district licsid a persistent ru
mor today Hint a liunl and fast bit
Rain had been struck between the
most powerful niRnr Interests of the
country to resist tarllf reductions at
llio noxl session of Cuwrress,
It la' salil that under Hie leadership
of the hoot sugar trust, which recent
ly has been dlstiihutlni; iintmually IiIr
dividends, tho emu Hii;iir men of
luilsliimi, Hawaii, I'm to llio and
Cuba hmo iiRiccd to ralso a liiiuo
"educational" fund lo oppose tho ef
forts of tlio Independent sugar mnnit-
fact in eis to put sURar un the tree
Clans A. Hpteckofs, head of tlio
IVrteral SiiRiir ItoOiilriR Comtuny, told
he ICxiimlncr corresioiidPiit tonight
t tint he had heard the report nnd bo
llued it was true. San Krauclscn
WAIANU AND UWAULow Bids
RIGHTS ARE HIS,
I "Uninltlc.iteil kb II" 1 1 the way I,. I.
AlcCanillcxH charnctcrlrrs tloxernor
Kieur'a nitloii In nrriilinllig the lease
tor the Wnlshole water rlRht with the
Uiiliu (Sugar I'ompany the terms of
which weto iniiile nubile a feu tl.iis
I Mct'nndlesH did nut act a copy of tlio
lease until several iImjs rtcr It had
I been drawn up ami u louplo of il.iya
afler the tlovernor nmioiiiiced that the
tiecotlutloni were practlciilly coniplrte.
When he did Ret it copy, he fo.ind
that In It which tiiued him to raise
.an nlijiv'lnn that could bo lieurd two
blocks, What he fouml was a section
RrantliiR the lessee rUhls that Me
L'andlrsH deelures he owns iihftolutcly
mid other rlRhts that he says he Iiiih
under n liKk-furt lease !
Ho hlmweii a repre.ientatUe of llio
It u He tin n clause srmitlim the wn-
ter rlnhts of Wnlanii II nnd of Uwaii
H T Klarrett, superintendent of
markctlm,-, returned on the Mnuna Ken
this moriilnR from a trip of foil days
to Maul, ilurliiR which he lru elect oer
It lare part of tho Valley Iilo and
fouml every cucoiiruKcmcnt for small
"The people are more than wIIIIiik to
try dlversllled farmliiK." lie said this
mornltiR, "and I had morn culls for
seed than I could handle The Her
muda onion seed, which I asked fur
very much, Is exhausted and I could
LOCAL CHINESE WILL ASK NEW
GOVERNMENT TO RETAIN CONSUL
Tho iHipitlarily of Ills Inutorlnl Chi
nese Majesty's Consul Chen Chane
Wo In Honolulu has mown to such nu
extent that already a petition Is ho
Iiir picpared asking tho Chlneao riiv
ernment lo retain him hoio in Ha
waii, as Its consul. Tho question of
what form of Rovornnii'tit will China
havo after tho revolution ceases. Is
not considered In this hy tlio local
Chinese. What they wint la to havo
Chen Chant; Wo, the present consul,
remain horo nfter a now government
has been established In China, nnl
officially recoRiiltcd hy tho world's
Consul Chen Chant; Wn, according
to tlioso who havo In hind tlio matter
of pctltionliiR tho Chlneso Rivcrntncnt
for his retention hero, U porsoinlly a
"pioRrosslvo." Ills business anil bo
clul relations with the local husluoss
HawaH'H chances for securing thu
financial cooperation of the Stain of
California In lighting tho Mediterra
nean fruit fly rorclved aoinowhat of
a damper yestorday when tlin mall
failed tn bring word from tho coast
that tlio recommendations of tho state
expert, K. K. Carnos, had been taken
up by the new regime. Htnto Horti
culturist Jeffrey Is no longer tn olllcn
and his successor litis bo fur given no
"1 never saw null r.H In HI)' life."
ilecl.mil Mr MiCamllos It.ilr of
ttiiiM' iIrIiIh nt Walami II I own ab-o-lutely
iiml hue patented The other
lulr I innlii'l ii) u scenleeii-ear
"An to the Ilium rlshlH. tlioso are'
owned b tli 'at.holle iiiIshIoii, but I
have leased llieiu also. I
"Ttilk nl out ii"ie! It's the iimt J
iimulllfaleit khII on the Koerninent's
part I eir kiw I neer beaid of a
toverimr floluc sin h a thliiR"
That .Mci'.inilless In pirpirlnR lor a
Nlceroiin ll'jlit thi in can be no doubt.
When he Muled lo the II ill let In a
few itn,M it?o that lie would lettnlnly
protect Ids miter rlshls at Kootiu, he
was not exactly certain whleh riRhts
were Infringed upon The itudy of the
lease made It pliln to him, nnd he and
Judge I' M. Hatch, his attorney, ur
r.olni: to have some iiimminltlon to
shoot when the time conies
ANXIOUS TO WORK
distribute twice us much us I have
"The Kuhi dlstrlit I" very pioinlslm:
and I reel conlldeut that with the rlRlit
kind of cuioiiriiRciiicut nnd aid, the
small farmer In Hawaii can bo siicces
ful. "On my desk when I Rot back tin re
wero twenty-lle letters at least from
peopln anxious lo Rite diversllled farin
Iiir a Rood tryout ami wantlm; to know
certain thliiRs. Ierywhere It l evi
dent that the fiirmliiK of Hawaii Is
capable of much Rreater developnu'iit "
men horo hio Imptessed them so
much that they illHCUssed tho mutter
and decided to prepale a petition unk
ing llio Chlneso Knvoinnient In keop
him In Hawaii, whore lie, has wjiin the
ronfldenco of tho ('IiIiioho residents.
Consul Chen Cliane Wo, when In
inrmcd of the Intention of tho local
Chluoso to have him I cumin horo an
China's consul alter a now ko em
inent has been iccoruIzciI hy tho oth
er powers, simply smllO'l and said mi
thiiiK. Tlioso who aro piepailiiR the po'l-
tlir to be forwaidnd to China as poon
ns tho now Chinese government Is es
labllshed and olllclnlly lecognlod hv
other powers had lory lllllo In sjy
thlH tuornliiR, other than declaring of
their Intention to mako the petition
It Is Intimated tluit tho petition will
rnrclie tho citdurt-omoiit of all the Chl
IN FLY FIGHT YET
evidence of Intention to get money
from tlio Stnto of California Tor the
W M. OIITard, who is heading the
untl-fly campaign here, was expecting
word on tho Sierra yesterday and wna
much disappointed when none came
At present he has been able to employ
but three Inspectors under the meager
government funds available, hut hoped
that If California should help, tho
The Iird "inunr Hnulneeilng Co.
ptcned to bo the "til-. I 'cil bidder for
the work of eomtni' tttic tho ailniln
Islratlmi bulldins unit the gonoral
Hlnrrlioitso at I'earl ll,i Imr, proio9dls
for which vcre cmeii"d In the naval
englniers here Mil morning nt 9
o'clock. Ilnwmpr, proiiiils for tho
work were also opened In Washing
ton, and It Is pniellc-illv certain that
jowritl bids were turned In tlicie, bs
Sim Job Is a l.irso one
Tho llgurea of tho IopiI concorti
wero JM.r.on for tho ndmliiistra'lon
building, and $2,xin for tlm Rtore
Iioiibo. a lol-il of $IIS.."nii, nr js.noo
less than tho estimate for the two
Tlio amount of the bids will bo el
ided to Washington, and it will bo
sumo llmo befnio (ho result U offi
cially announced heie
Kotiner flnipriior (leorge II, C'tf'pr,
now chairman of tho sanitary com
mission, Is In be named for n position
on (ho board of health, sccceedlng
James K. Morgan, who has resigned
on account of health.
Mr ('.liter's iipiKilnluient is expect
ed at ii ery parly date He was sug
gested tn tlio Jovermii', Il is under
stood, by the Republican Territorial
central ommitlco's cxppiiHvc com
mittee, and the (icnenior did nut In si
late after learning that Carter would
bo available. The milter wan taken
up with Hip ex-(ioernor nluiot.1 lin
lueillatcly after lio returned yesterday
from tho mainland and ho consented
Ills strenuous pornotiullly, which iris
been much In evidence on the sani
tary commission Is expected to ho
tomewhat nioin (linn xrceptlhlo on
tho li'i.ird of health.
DR. DLUE TO SPEAK.
Dr Iluperl lllue. the sanitary
- expert sent here liy tho Tedcr.il '
'' Eovcrninenl. has consented to f
'' niako an address lefor tlio
' ('liaiubir of ('omnieice next
Wednesday iifteriinnn nt 3:30
o'clock nn the sanitation of Ho-
noliilu rresldent Spalding In-
sues an lti Itutlon for all per-
'' sons Intel ested to attend. 'f
kenpo of tho light could ho tnudo much
hrnnded and more effective
It Is possible that Mr (ilffard may
go to thu coast to take up tlin matter
perionally with the California author
ities, though lie Is not anxious to go
away at tills time Meanwhile, ho
itlges that tlin people of this Island
give (heir best rfforls In cmperallng
with him toward gelling the lwist
Sanitary Inspectors do not wa,to
time in the limine that has a supply
of I'au-Ka-llaua our grocer will
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakta Streets
,'. MtftBjlit 'KillUaw uU A,
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j Vi ImIjv. Tfci -:
klfcilf ili&!.j 'f'L.V,A. 1 .&i t" ri." i !ji. .
. jfu r-ic'otos? lit.