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From San Franclsool
Ilonolulan November 21
For Ban Franeiacoi
Knrrn November 18
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5084.
12 PAGES.-HOiNOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
U. S. TROOPS
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Col. El erf
Deputy Altorncy-Ocncrnl Silt-
'! Inn said this nflrriiDon that tliu
! Territory will ut onco taka tip
llio Injunction suit lllcil liy W. v
I!. Ilellliui this morning against '
tlio culling of banana-trees on
lil property mill will light tills !
out. Tim Mills Injunction, It Is
! Intimated, Is to lie put aside to
! ilctciinlno tlio ('Iran-cut Issues !
! Involved In the Hclllna suit.
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"The anil. mosquito campaign la a
bigger Issue than even the people of
Honolulu realize. It has come to a
question as to whether you are to
have a real city, or run the chance of
being wiped off the map."
That Is Ilia way Colonel libcrl, chief
medical nfflrcr of the Western Divi
sion, views tlio present situation, Col
onel Khcrt hadn't been off the trans
pott two hours yesterday, hcfoio ho
was uripinlntcii with tlio Ins and outs
of tlio mosquito war, and his interest
has been keenly aroused, not only from
lie iirniy bfnmlpolnt, imL sbu. from
ho broadci K)lnt of view of a com
munity lighting for suultallon against
"As far as llio army Is concerned,"
said Colonel Chert IIiIh morning, "It
would bo a comparatively simple mat
ter In case of it yellow fevur epidemic
in moo all t lie troop; to l.cllclnri,
and romplc'tcly Isolate them. Thoio
would then bo llltlo clinneo of hcrloiis
consequences. I'roni tlio ieKirts that
(omo through my olllro It would seem
that Schotlcli) llirrncks Is an uxeep
liuiially healthy post. Practically all
tlio easns from Micro nru minor Injur
les itnd accidents."
Speaking of the goucr.il saulturj In
(Continued on Page 6)
IT IS HOPED,
Cooperation by (Ullfurnlii In llio lo'
ell IlKht iiRaljist llio Meillt.'rrJlioau
liult lly Is liopad h tlio local author
Hies as a lesult of tho nows piilillsli-
e. In llio II ill lot In vc.itcrilny that
II. A Wolnland Is to bo sent heiu by
llio Stnte of California to nhslst in
Ilowovor, Just wlint Mr. Wclnland
In eomluK for, no ono l.uovvs. W. M,
t;llT.i!il, head of llio (IkIiI said this
ininnlni; thnl what Is needed most Is
funds to hioadcn tlio local work and
111 i o ii.Mltlnuiil Inspector and It Is
hoped that Mr. Wolnland Is comliiK
to arratiRo with llnw.ill fur thn uso
of funds aiiptopilalcd by California.
Incidentally, It lias been loamed
lie le with much satisfaction that the
itci'iit shako-up In tho stale hoitlcul
Inrlsl's olUro did not illsphico W K.
C.uncn, the Int-cclailin who came
heio and conducteil tho recent Invos
llentlnns for Cnllfoinla. Games has
been lotnlned as superintendent of
tlio Ktato Insectary, by Dr. A. .1. M
(Continued on Page 4)
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llltKWKIt ii CO. I,KAI. -t-
('. Itrowor & Co., Mil., leads
all the siiRiir ap.cnts of thu Tor-
lllory for the honor of liunillliii;
! thn larRest output of tho Keason
of 1911. Ilrower ft Co. handled
132,217 tons as URiilnst 131.333
tons for Aloxander & Il.ililwlu,
: Ud the noxt lilRhcst. Tho II u 1-
lot In publishes today on par;o
! 11 statlRtlrs on tho lecord-brenk-
lug mil crop by Islnuda and
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BIDS MIXED; NO
Pjrclnl fill II cllr. Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 15. No action has boon taken by the da
partment over the bids for an administration building and storehouse at the
naval station at Pearl Harbor. ,
All of the bids exceeded tho appropriation, and tenders may be readver
tised. The Lord-Young Engineering Company of Honolulu was the only bid
der on the storehouse.
, The cabled figures on the Honolulu bids became mixed and the depart
ment Is awaiting a mail report.
Tho Concannon company of San Francisco has offered to construct both
buildings for $142,000, using reinforced concrete instead of structural steel
columns for the storehouse. C. S. ALBERT.
The Hill let In received tlio nbnv
message thin morning fliuil Its Wash
ington correspondent, the news show
ing tint the Lord-Young roinp.iny has
not et Imt the work.
I'rovlniin advices IiikI been to tho ef
fect that the Sound Cnuntrucllnn Ku
glnccrlng Company of Seattle was low
bidder with JlSS,:ir.7 for the administra
tion building ami 174,810 for the store
house. Tho I.iiril-Y.ning company submitted
three propiu,ltlniH-Hrst. n I.I.I of fr.f,"
r.on for the ailmhilMratloii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J M K find
Js;.yino for th, sti.rvlioiTi'O. second, :..
MM olT the total of SMR.SV0 If It wero
iiwardeHjeafc Jobs. A third proposition
FATHER ROUGIER TO RETURN; HE
PLANS COPRA INDUSTRY HERE
n.A Utile K..I... r l.nk.. ulll, . ,.,,!
I'red.'rleU Miller owner and bklpper,
sailed friiiu It.iiiolulii on Monday for
raiiiilni,- and WiiHliliiKton Ihl.iiuls, with
rather ICuuiiamiel ItoiiRltr aboird, also
J W llayward, the p.omlnent Calia
illati (ousultliiK euKlueer who Is Rolni;
to liiH.M-t the Ul.uids for the Ci.iadlaii
and Imullxh syndicate whlcfi has
biniBlit them for M.V,(i(io.
Knther Iloi.Rier, now a wealthy man.
Is coming hark to Honolulu, and Ills
tentative plans are to establish a lopra
plantation hero llo believes that copra,
Is more proillnbln than burst, and that
Hawaii airords Miinn Ideal plantation
sites. Just how Ioiik before he relurnn
he liltiifvlf iloex not know, but It will
prnli.il.ly l..j In a few mouths. ,
HpenkliiR of the copra Industry, be Jimtlro 'Armstrong of Korel. Qneliee,
Bifid before he sailed: who was at Jnii time governor of St.
There l not a better paying proil- i,utlcn, llrldxli West Indies,
net In the Houlli Sciih, and around I!. "n H himself a man of great energy
l.nli.l.i are smnn s.le.ullil places for tho and extreme ability, being tho father
mcoanut groves. An aero of Rood cO- of many great schemes In Canada, and
coumit land oiirIU to give 1100 a year the 'All -Hod 1.1 he' has been his dream
net for a llfe-tlmn with prices as they for many .vears."
NEWSBOYS: CHRISMS "
SELLING CONTEST COUNT
The result of tho count nado last
night In the Newsboys Chrhtinas Con-
test I. Rlv.n below.
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The MKiircH show that u number of
thn news iniTcliaiitH lue hustling with
their sales and making every endeavor'
to git a cinch on one of the grand
prlr.es that am being olTind by tlio
li V nil I llg llll I l l I 11.
The prizes aro as follo.vs;
Clvo major prUes nod a new suit of
clothes for every boy who tomes near
to thu hu.lers.
1st Hound tllp to the Volcano, or
eiiivaent In cash.
2nd fluid watch or equivalent In
3rd Sliver vvalcli or equivalent u
t tli 125 dry goods order.
was ninde or Jf.n.non on the a.lmlnls
tratlon building unit JUS 100 on the
sli.iehnus.-, with tsr.on on the total, 11,
oon being taken from th udiulnlstrn-
t Ion liulldlnK bid nod J2r.no ofT tho
storehouse bid. In easo both Jobs were
This third proposition was submitted
because of tho provision In the eon
tract which sets a Itnilt of JGO.000 on
thn nduilnlntrallnn building and 1100.
000 mi the storehouse.
Tho ndilt-pii from Washington Rive
thn Lord-Young ronipimy a Silendld
rhuneccyrt, of getting lie-unrk- Inus.
inucoTis1Ii0T0attle bidder's price for
the ildmlnlsfrntlni. l.iillillnsr. 1C5,n57, Is,
above llm appropriation
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"Tho labor ..ml trouble aro nolhlim
compared to any other product stiKar,
cotton, pineapples or bananas and the
Rrouud In never exhausted. Indeed, the
aero can produce us much In other
thli.Rs mul the copra In addition.
"The ileman. 1 for copra Is IncrenslnR
and will still Increase, as It Is the only
Rood substitute for butter, and the dis
covery of a process to extract n larvn;
pertenttiKo of Rlcerlne out of the CO
coaniit oil has also added to Its value
and the demand, with the result that
copra worth a fow years iiro HO a ton
In today worth iir.Q a ton. '
"Mr Charles Newhouse Armstrong,
who bus boiiRht thn Islands for the big
Bvn.ilcutc, Is a sou of the late Chief
5th $25 grocery order.
Standing of Contestants.
jl - oepoe 28.320
J'ircy Ka in . 28,2r.O
' llendrlrksnn 8.H0
,, 7 3S0
j, i tc-rt-on E460
(1l.nrKO KIMuniinol'o" ".'!'. !!!!!! t!s30
Manur-I Kill; 4,;oo
H, E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
(Associated I'rcas Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, NOV. 15.-IT
HAS BEEN PRACTICALLY DECID
ED TO SEND A REGIMENT OF U.
8. SOLDIERS FROM MANILA TO """ -."'. '"- ruos ... .., hfc , , , .,.,,, ,rm,.m N , , ,
TSIN WING TAO FOR .NTERNA- "" ellcct on ..anm.ry l, 13.2. ', lnmlrK r , , IIH1 " Vl-": L .-ZlViJ iV-,; Vff.art . """
TIONAL DUTY, TO' KEEP OPEN "his .innouncomcnt was Iniulo yc-i- Interested In tlio sloc'i lui'lnois to ,.urp ,, ri,r r 1 1..- mi from tlm
COMMUNICATION FnOM PEKING Icrday nrtcrnoon by Mr. II. St. Hoar, ciir-ikc n mini at a roo, siliry, mi tM(,., staler t Terrii.irnl -jov-
TO THE 8EA. the Hall Kranclsio eapltnllsl broker, expert In his line, t K. to i:u-opo ,rllm, , The lot u .iruenily ni-de.liii
and It was presented by him as au, advertbo the ll.uvallan securities ,. rr , ,,, Nlinlial,1Hri
Tsln Wlmt Tuo Is a seaport on the very practical demonstration that tho In llm largest files rf the world." r,miry fr ,,1,1,1, ,, ,M,,,rnnriatloti of
Uiiotun-f eulf. and on the fhhm J-ast- coiitrolllnu owners of HutchliiMi'i. Mr. SI. tlo.ir lis rmld l.q e.ihlly ,,nonno has nlrradv ...en ser.irvd but
cru railroad line to PcklnK It In the mimiiK whom hn Is numbered winM JikIkciI by II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 rejders from rr ,lrl. there In no 1n.. inailihiri
loslcal point for U. Hj tieops to land, '"t lko this action If they had uny his llrsl Inlervlew piil.llslicl In tlis ,lix,nl r,r.. ,. rlyitf i,eed of
either for Intervention or for RturdliiR I'rcat Tear of any cImiiro In tho tariff piper. Is h believer In tho future of , ..r,.,,,,,,,! ,mln IPr,. The nppro
llm line of romiuuukatlon wllh I'e- n BiiBnr. , Haw-,11 an I Ins full c.-iudonc-. In llioj, ,rnlll ,, ,,wimrfc nvnltnM. ,t
tAasoeiate rv-m rt,i-.i "
pekinu, China, Nov. is Central
Yuan Shltt Kal has harf III. thank, at
the tenderer the premiership gaietted,
which is considered tantamount to ac-
Tha royal famjly will possibly retire most prominent people rnuncctcil with brliiR forth iioIIiIiik In thu way of tar
to Jehoe. jlhu siiRnr Industry of Hawaii Inyo lir-TuanRcs. Kvcn Hie mcmboiH of
i recently mado Investments In siiKar Conciess who aro enthusiastic tariff
SAN FRANCISCO,V-(l--1lov- IS-r'
Nanking is reported; captured at last
by the rebels.
(Hiil.il flu I let In r-al.l".)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 15.
Qeneral Li Yuen Hung, revolutionary
leader and president of the provisional
republic, has asked tha Canton army to
aid in an attack on Peking.
MARINES ALREADY SENT
FROM CAVITE TO CHINA
W,,r'1 "" ,,(,c" rrcvlve.1 lit the NaV.ll
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have been rushed from C'avlte to China,
this being the llrsl movement of troops
from the Philippines to tho disturbed
The marines were taken acronn In
the Saratoga 'Admiral Sampson's old
flagship New York rechrlstened and
the collier Abarenda," said Major Ne
ville, commandant of Camp Very, this
morning. "They aro now on tho sMit,
and In rase of any trouble will have
llrst chance of seeing active service."
Ottlcers hnd men of the Fifteenth In
fantry are hoping that tlio coincidence
of their being aboard the transport
Tioums will rIvo them a look-in on
any trouble which '.nay bo brewing In
China for American troops. They tig
lire that they stand tlio SHmo chance
as did the Sixth Cavalry at tho time nf
tho Itoxer rebellion. That regliue.it
touched at Nagasaki, and there re
ceived orders to laud and proceed to
Nothing dellnlle Is known here as to
the movements of troops from Manila,
but tho holding of thn transport Logan
at Manila l.i taken to mean that the
I'nll.'.l Ktates Is mailing every precau
tion to rush men across to China should
such a move Im-ioiiio necessury.
me 'I nomas, wiiirl. sails Tron. here
this evening with tin. Fifteenth, could
receive cable orders at flUHin. and pro.
reed from thero direct to the China
(Assoelntid Press Cabtu.)
RICHMOND, Va.. Nov. 15 The
governor has declined to Interfere to
save the young wife-murderer, Henry
Ctay Seattle, from death. The prison
er's nerva has broken.
TACKLES TRUST PROBLEM
fHHel.il If ill In tip ?..i.ti-,)
WASHINGTON, . D. C, Nov. 15.
The Senate committee today began its
investigation of the trust problem.
NO TARIFF FEARS
rellahto Hutchinson pl.intulloii
Its ret-ul.ir monthly
dlldcnd riom ten rents a klnie to
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Hutchinson plantntl.111 Is carry Inc kiumI hcnsc of f""in;icss nl to Inter
over 11 cash surplus of $:su.fiuo thin fcro with the piotectlvu tirlff on siir-
'year niter p.iMnc all oxpunrcs in I tho
rcRiilar dividend for the year.
"If ,-m. u-ti.tt r.irtl.np t.riuif .r II...
confidence In tlio sltuallon mi the
nart of tho larRo hollers of sumir Be-
cnrltlcs I can tell jou that twit of tho
locVs,iHitlKiid.nrnintlnj! to iivet
"Thn.'o persons nrn In Just an good
i.r lienor position to Judgo lli.'m those
BANANAMTING AT WAIKIKI
HELD WITH PRAYER BY WOMAN
The cutting of the banana trees yo-
terilay afternoon at the premises ofjimiia trees, which she planted wllh her
Mrs. l'ualil ut Wnlklkl was iclebrated
with a solemn religious ceremony Thn
health squad. In charge of .. non.com
missioned ollicer, lui. in with banana
knives, prepared to carry out thn or
ders of the Hoard of Health, Cutting
was temporarily susp ended while a
prayer meeting was conducted In the
open air. Mrs. rtuilil, thn owner of
one hundred and one banana trees, of
fered prayers and blessed her bananas
beforo the health Inspectors cut them
The service, tlioiiRh brief, was lm-
prusulvn. Mrs l'ualil said this morn-
Ing that slio never felt sn sad as she
ENORMOUS LEAKAGE SHOWN IN
LOCAL IRRIGATION DITCHES
That many of tlio IrrlRiitlnn ditches
throughout the Territory lose a largo
percentage of their water has boon
polntod out by Water Chief Martin
Irom tlmo lo time. This morning ho1',,. ,,,.
Kavo luu l. u l l y l . .. buiiiu UKuren
Tho ditch ho took, shows that forty,
ihrco per cent of tho water Is lost
during n length of thirteen miles and
Martin estimates that after It reaches
tlio cino Holds It loses nioro and that
by tlio tlmo tho water Is actually lo
the cane, tlio toss runs ns IiIrIi fifty or
rlxty per cent.
Drought down to actual llguren and
taking wator ut an avcrago price uf
$12 a million gallons or $1 an aero
foot tlio loss In Iho ditch In qitnstlnn
would amount lo $120 a day or 111,000
a year. If this amount wore snvoil It
would moan that It would probably
pay to rebuild tho ditch for It' would
in pay for tho cost In about five yea is.
!ooklng at tho matter anotlior way
tlioro Is sufficient water wasted to
Itrlgato 1001) acies.
Kor purposes of calculation' It must
ho remembered that ouo cubic fpot,
per serond or second foot Ib equiva
lent to about tvvo-thlrdi of a million
who tell us tho tulff will bo tanner-
d with. It In clear llien to reo lint
,nlK ,l' lcil, '"" 'nvratniot In In bur-
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' It Is certainly truu that Honolulu
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tlou than any poorlo of tho Wpst
coast, whrrn tlio opinion In Keneral
thai tho next t,enn.in of UoiiKrcsi will
- vlslonlsts .ntnte- privately that tlu-v
believe nollilnc will bo dona on tho
revision of tlio tariff except to talk
Old yesterday when she saw tho ha-
own bands, fall before tho cutters.
Tho soldier In charge of tlio Inspec
tors st. km! bareheadeit mid at atten
tion during the prayers. When Mrs
l'uuhl ended, she hsiked up and saw
thu soldier wiping tenrs frnin his eve.
Tho health Inspectors, mostly llawal
lans, wero deeply moveil
Mrs. l'ualil Malc.l this morning that
If the government Is doing what Is
right In destroying thn banana trees,
then thn health Inspectors aro blame
less; but ir, on tho oilier hand, lbs
health authorities are not lining- right
things according to divine wish, then
there will bo trouble In store for tl.e
grfllnns of water during jwimty-fotir
"Tho figures refer to tho measure
liienls of M'epiRP loss mado on an Im
portant ditch In Iho Territory," ho
s morning "I rhall withhold
tho niuno of tho tlltrh out of defer-
enco to tho wishes of the suiHirlntnn.
Hnilt U'll.l ,irnf,.pu ll.u, ll.n I...
--- ,- ..i,. .,.ii DllillU
not Riven at this pirllcular tlmo. It
Ii.ib u total length of thirteen mllun
1 (Continued on Page 3)
AT DR. WILEY
(Associated Prrsa Cabin.)
KANSA8 CITY, Kan., Nov. 15. In
a speech today before the Trans-Mis.
sllslppl Commercial Congress, Senator
Bnlta.. . ft...., a. ALI.I... -I.. I
.ihhwi . .. ni w. wn.a..ur..a uoemrvai
ms oeuei inn ur, Wiley ana Hoss aro
iignung me l-ederal health depart-
pians lor money,
Now that it lui - in n l-iliiltet an-
nnuneeil hs the V.n l-nrtnipiii that
i. .trlllxli. .1 ninl lot on lloiM trect Is
iml 111 Ii iimi-iI fur tin- nliHrlMrliit? nf
ear. will lapse early In lll unless It
Is made use of. but If the .Irlllshe.l loi
Is Klieil bark In the Terrltoiy. eon-
strurllon work on 11 modern armory
'!".' ''" "1"rU'1 "" """" "H "' ""'V
Is It. hand
Major-Ce.ieral Arthur Murray,
(Continued on Page 3)
REPORT ON U.S.
Malls received lo.lay give the llrst
detail result of the recent mainland
elcetlnnn. The features In the Ktato
electlonn are an follows:
Hoss Murphy loses control of Nw
(Continued on Page 4)
fFperlnl Hi. I let In Cablf
NEW YOflK, N. Y, Nov. 15-Tha
Independent tobacconists have filed a
petition as intervenors aqainit the pro
posed plan of dissolution of the Amer
ican Tobacco Company. An appeal
from the Supreme Court decision ap
proving the plan of dissolution Is cer
tain. C. P. EXPRESS WRECKED
AND SEVERAL INJURED
tKpei'lal llu I I nlln C.il.lf.)
LADYSMITH, B. C, Nov. 15-
Canadian express was wrecked
hero and several wero injured.
DISORDERS IN MEXICO
TOflREON, Mex., Nov, 13; A gen
eral strike has been declared and fam
ine is threatened. Soldiers are coming
to preserve order.
IBlf-clat llu I let In Wireless.)
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i.ii.V. ou, ... ,1 "l 'l ivuiivilrr"'
Ilcnrlqiies of Kniia shot two Japane.o
yesterday In the course of a dispute f
regarding the nu.iershlp of a houfco"
One of tho Japanese Is seriously In
A Chinaman nt Kail shot a Spaniard
and bin wife The Spuula.d's condition?
e ear e mAi
SAN IKANC1KI l), Oil, Nov. J5.l
Ilrets: 88 analytls. lGs. 10.1.! oarltv
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