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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5086.
,12 PAQES.-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911.-12 PAGES.
.PRICE 5 CENTS.
MEXICO'S TROUBLES AGAIH 1HV0LVE It. S.
MILLS CAN'T USE i OOROAS EVIDENCE
I lurry T Mills hint tht second point
In his It kuI light iignlnst thu siiiillutlon
uiiiipnlgu this morning, when Judge
Whitney refused tu grunt permission
fur a commission tu take the evidence
uf Colonel W. O. Horgus nf the I'lUi.llna
Zone. Tills li thu hint of tliu prclhn
In.ny Mages In tuiinetlloii with tin- In-
Jiiik'IIoii Mill brought by Mills to slop
iiif cmiiiig iiown or lila li.iu.iu.i tuex,
the ciiho louiliiK up for he.irliu; Tues
day iiioi'IiIiik next at 10 u'Uoik,
JihIkc Whitney In nUlnir his deci
sion on the matter stilted that there
ui. liutlilnu In the allldavlt or state
liu I I uk to what the cvhkuce of Col.
iori4UH iiiluhl be. Neither was It slut,
id whether or not his evidence wluild
be material to thu case at present lw
foie the tourt. loudly. Hie court could
not mii any reusou fur holding tho case
up for an halellnlto period of time.
.MIIIh' ui'Kiimeut Ihls nioiiiliu; rauei'd
f l "in tho small anil liuiuhtu mosiulto
larvae to thu mighty power of HieKtarH
mid Stripes, He stated that when tho
ciisn came up for tilal ho would show
tlui cniiit that all the KUKur caiieKrow
lot: on the Mauds should bis cut down
i Whether Attorney A. I.. C At-
! kliissun is u candldalo or not his 4
! iiuiiio Is being put forward as a
iiiipecllvii Hulled Slnles Col-
lector of Customs, the position
!- now held by K.Jt. Slackahlo.
Mr. Atkinson on frciiient or-
! casloiis haH reiiicsted that ho bo
allowed to mind hlu own bust-
- tieas anil Ihlu ho Is iIoIiik assldti- 't
oiiBly. lint tho Rlliiaiion as re-
S uuida tha Oolloctorbhlp has talt-
en audi a luin that his name has
boon bruiiuht lulu tho rutiultiir
f whellier ho llkos It or not mid
by men wlio.liino liilliipnco In
I- the IjuhIihwh mid ikiIIIIcuI af-
! fairs of thu Territory and nation.
v If tho .yklnsnu iniiveiiieiit la
: allowed tircnnltniin It will malai
a llirre-rurnnrpil conlrst for lliu
v collcc'torolilii between AtkiiiHon,
CouklliiK iiiiii Hlackublo. How
' Iheso men will divide tho bus!-
ness men's eudorKenieiit Is liu- !
:- posslblo to say nt this tlino.
That lliu evidence Klven by Attorney
V.. M. Wiitsou Is not coneit Is the as
Mitlou mudu hy Hairy AiuiIIiiku III
comuctlon with thu siilt that Robert
W. Holt Is IuIiikIiik UKiihist Ii I in for
nilsmiiuaKemcnt uf his property.
Attorney Watson, before he went
away, was put In the box mid nave
evidence us tn several coiivtrsatlous ho
had with AllllltliKO. Yesterday lifter
noon Aimllaiiu, under dlreit examina
tion by Attorney I.'. C. IVtirs, denied
thu statements' made by Watson,
Klioitly before II o'clock this uftor
iiooii a roiii-lartrord car. No. 121,
icf'.lslcrcd In tho uatiio or J. II, Cult,
clashed llilo a telephone polo In front
ol 13. 0. Hall's. Tho lop waa badly
AnwiclatPd Press Cnl.le.)
WASHINQTON.J). C, Nov. 17 Danger of a formidable revolution In
Mexico haa raiulted In orders from th War Department holdiny tha Amerl-.
can troops near the border.
AU3TIN, Tex, Nov. 17. The Texas rangers have been ordered to the
border to preserve neutrality. ' j
Honolulu I rising tu tin occiislou of
big clean-up iluy on Sunday In u
wanner thai Iiiih Knitllled thu health
authorities mill lliu L'ltlzt-iiM' committee them, 'which is lomparatlM-ly small mid
Ixyiiiiil ItifiiHiitja'. knives ii IiIk pmhhm for the commit-
Volunteer offers of ilrayK mill driver tee.
to usslst III ridding the city of the Tin' supervisors' ucllon In turnliiK
grout heaps of gurlugu accumulating over 16 .tho campaign organisation the
hy reason of thu HUiiltutloii campaign in-o of nil lis ro.ul ileparttni'iit ttuiiii,
have been touting In rapidly In Chair- wagons mid driven has been nil lin
limn Walter 1'. Dillingham or tho cltl- meiiso help. Today mid tinnoriotv Ihe
sons' lomiiillte, to ollur ineniberH of scattered debris mid garbage will bo
the committee, and to J. J. Ilctscr, who hauled to coinnioii centers In the vurl
Iiuh been delegated as u special coin- oiih districts mid ever) thing made
nillteo of one to handle the trnnspnr- ready for rupM mid expeditious hand
tallon problem with the i:eiierul c.lll- litis to the docks on Sunday, ready to
sens' organisation, he tnwvd out mill dumped Into the sea.
The Japanese Merchaiitn' Assncla- ThtA afternoon Major r'ern, for ihe
lion Imih come roruniU with an offer of city, 'iShd Mr. llelser, representing thu
ten ilrnys mid drivers, and the .United cltlsicliV committee, will motor around
Chinese Hocitty agrees to furnish four thu e'ty laylliK out plain for the hnnd
iou.hlu. dr.i jiiji) .driven. wlllu iiumer- lint! of the work on Holiday. Instruc
ous firm. mid Individuals have risen to lions are being glvcp out to tho upmia
I ho (HoKim "HvcryUidy HilH?lind are
preparing tp turn nvfrftlie, wagons and
leuniH roritli pig Hijnclay'Joli.
BULLETIN'S AERO CONTEST FOR
BOYS TOMORROW; MANY ENTERED
General Public Invited to Sec
Exhibition and Trials In
New Y. M. C. A.
All aboard for the II u 1 1 o I I n air
shlim! Hani? on ilRlit for wo'te golne
up tomorrow afternoon.
Tho score of youthful Honolulu In,
M'lilor.s who tiro hot nlior Hitllotln
model tlyliii; humus- haw; put the lln.
IhIiIiik louche. on their mechanical
Myers, gliders ami stationary models,
and tiro now wi.ltlni; tu hoc tho ful
filment of weeks ol hard wot'it. They
aro a Kiiino crowd, Iheio luys who
will show what their liandlwnik cm
accomplish lomotiow, for they huvo
been wnrklnt; In tho fatu of tilt sotts
of dllllciillles and ilsaiiolnlmontR, In
Iho first plaro, art of llm material
had to bo oidered fioin tho Coast.
Then, when It urrlted, sumo of It was
found to ho defectlvo. This had to ho
An InviMlKallon of the driiKiiHIs' II-
ieio.es lliioiiithout thu Inlands U to bu
iiiadu by lliu altorney-treiieral. accord
hiK to ii resolution pashid by thu Hoard
of Health at Its meeting yesterday aft
The roporl made by Tood Commis
sioner I M ward II, lllmiehard of Ills trip
through Hawaii and Maul shows the
iirvo i..i iinn rii-p, iin iippeurn 10
be n statu of tilings cMstlng wheru liny-1
one can get u license from thu coun-
lies to hell drugs. , , 1
Thu iittoriiey.genernl will mal.u somu
suggestions as to what shall bu douu
hi the matter when he Is through with N?cted to tako her until tho twenty
Ids Investigation, I eighth. Although It was not staled
tduflnltoly, President Kennedy Is ex-
PAUL It. HAKTI.KTT, lulu of the peeled t ho a passenger.
11 tl II o 1 1 n Bluff, has passed nil Iho ' .
entrance examinations to Yale ami is
now teglstuied as n nliideut In thn
law echool theio.
Thi' Ilnpld Transit company liuacon-
rlbuted thu use of Its trains on Sun-
iluy for the lucre mil of opirutlng
lieutenant thrniiKh Iir HlliJ' iJinVeT''
and the, transportation Hhould he qt'ilck'
tt t: it t: tt n :i tt it a r
U Place (lame hall, new Y M. tt
tt C. A. si
tt Time a o'clock, U
tt Judges Capt. Waller JoIiiih-jii, tt
V. S. A I'tof. Collals, Kanioha- U
tt India Schools, (Ins Suhaefer, Ho-' It
tt lioliilu. :t
tt Kvcobody Invited. No ndmla- tt
it kIoii. Sea In will be furnished tt
tt spectators, t
leplaced, luil recent breakage! could
not be repalreil with Imported nntO'
rial, and tho hoys hail 'to' do the bom
they could with . what thoy. hud on
hand. 'Tlits Iwh worked HMrtlculiirly
UKaliistdhfe' Hying BioilolH.- -whlrli do
ireiin un a special kiiiiI or twisted
lubber band for their motive power.
Ilowtuer, when till Hie models aro
lined up for Inspection In tin, big Kanw
hull of Iho Y, M. 0. A. nt 3 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. Iho showlne, will
bo u bravo one. No less an authority
(Continued on Pago 2)
President and ucneral Manager J.
A, Kennedy of iho Inte'r-lr.land Steam
Navigation Company wjli return to
Honolulu on tho new liner Kllauea u
week fro, next T,leillIayi uocoriing
i,a latest Information.
Vlce-Piesldent Melj-nn nf tlm i.,.
tcr - lslan.l hns I.-..I ., e..l.l.,.,...,. t
8ll Kranclsco Blallng that the Kl-
aeu will lohve San Kranclse,. on No.
veinbor 21. and h..r mull.,, iri,. I. ..
It wna rumored on thu Umdon
bourse that (Iroat llrltaln would
shortly annex Kgypc
LLrtU U 1ML
f AwoclatM ftrM CaM.I
NANKING, China' Nov: 17. General
Chang has moved lout to check tha
rebel advance. Tha rebels ara led by
jtwo West Pointer!. J
BY TROOPIN TIENTSIN
(Knecl.il Hill lit In Cable.)
LONDON, Ena, Nov. 17. It is re
ported here that separate parades and
demonstrations have been made by tha
British, French and Russian troop
landed at Tientsin. ,'
YUAN SHIH KAI NOT
EXPECTED, TO RULE LONG
(HtK-cinl 11 II I I el I ii Pnhln.l
PEKING, China. Nov. 17. From, tha
tone of comment in the Chinese press,
it is evident that tha newspapers
pecs tne ruia oi uen. Yuan stun Kai as
premier to be grief.
(HlH-el.ll II 11 I let In Cable.)
BERLIN, Qer. Nov.- 17. A violent
earthquake shock haa rent the walls
of Hohenzollern castle. Constance ca
thedral also suf red. Tho quake was
particularly vit i-lt In Switzerland,
where cars were derailed at Geneva
Panics occurred in several cities.
I AKKorhiteo' tivhn rfiti1i y
QUEBEC, Can, Nov. 17. The Nor
wegian bark Antlqua has' gone'-a'ihore
near here and fifteen members of (ha
craw have perisned.
KANSAS CITY, Mo, Nov. 17. Mar
tin Eflan, editor of tha Manila Times,
today spoka before tha Trana-Missls-sippi
Congross a'galnst tha United
States giving up the Philippines. Ho
declared that to do so would be an act
MORE McNAMARA JURORS
(Hprclul II ii I let In Cable.)
LOS ANQELSE, Cat., Nov. 17. Two
mora Jurors in the McNamara case
were secured today.
NO REPLY TO ULTIMATUM
8T. PETERSBURG. Rus, Nov. 17
No reply has been received to tha ul
timatum given to Persia, Troops are
being dispatched to tha acane. of
Mrs. M. K. Kekuuwa, wife.' of llev.
K. W. Ki known of Koliala, Hawaii,
died ut the residence of her son at
l'lilaina at noon today. She was one
of tho bestk known Hawaiian women
in the Islands, having been an uetiye
church worker. She leaves, surviv
ing, her husband and four miiis. The
flinernl services will probably bo held
II. E. HENDRICK
Cornar Merchant and Alakaa
BAN FRANCISCO, Csl, Nov. 17.
today, and definite orders have been
Wharf Work Lagging
No private liiirecment Jietween tint
lllto railroad and the arlous stjnm-
ship coinpanles for the use of the pio-
posed Itllo wharf seems likely now.
mid tho Territorial harbor coimiilsMnn's
iUKBetion that the uiHoiim Interests
.Kel together on some plan has resii
s .only In no move toward the uctual coo-
striictlon of thu wharf bellig made.
Neither the Malum Nuvlijatlon Coin-
pany- nor the American. HuWnllan
Mteiimstilp t'ompatiy has so fur liiahl-
lesteil any intuition of maklntr nil out-
sld" iiirreeinent with the railroad. On
Hie other hand, tho Inter-Island com-
pany now has mi engineer at work on
oilier plans for u wharf
These plans will be rphinltted In the
harbor commission by tho end of tho
month, it whs stated Uils luornlun It
i ..... i i. .. , .,.. . .i. .. I., . ,
m ..... niipn uii.ie nun uiey w pi ne i-
InlU different from the plans .drafted
MAINLAND CONTRACTOR IRE TO'
COMPETE FORWAL STATION WORK
Local contractors will have niulnliiii.r,
ciniiietltlou In tne hld (or thi Jnurlnn
baiiucks at the nav'ul tatlon.kt The
bids are lo be opened Ju Wushlulitou
on Deertiihe'r 4, ' jl '
Y i:. Klcr; n projnlit-nt, building
cinitiuclor of Colorado Uprlngs, Colo,
and Mrs, Klei; arrived on the Mongo
lia last Monday, and Mr. Kler lutdn't
been In the city much more than twen
ty-four hours before he hud declded'lo'
take li I'jer on the bariiicks bjds. He.
mine down Torn vacation, but the game
has tempted him buck at IcaM tempo-
Kor the last few months represent:!-
(Ives of big engineering mid tonlruct-
lug llrms on the mainland have been
arriving heru ulmoiit weekly, and iisu-
ully their visits materialize Into bids and the new bids. It Is hoped, will bu
on mine of tho government work laid within the iippinprlutlmi nude avail
out here. The Concannoii company o( able by Congress,
YOUNGEST INTERPRETER ON RECORD
'Unless Depuly County Attorney
Urowu and Deputy Sheriff Hose
change their minds shortly, they w
recommend to Police Judge Afonsar-
ral the appointment of Zubarl, Hits'.
bI.iii Interpreter In police court, 'a
l.irl, who Is only fifteen years -.old
appeared In illco station this morn
ing (aml made a strong Impression up
on the two deputies, as nu Interpreter.
lie speaks tho ICngllsh language well,
understanding the questions propolin I
oil to him hy thu two officials.
Ktiharl appealed before Doputy
Sheriff Hone In company with Tollarl
Drugora, wlfo of Andrnde Drugora, n
Russian, In Killce station Hits morn
ing and utatoil that tho huihund of
New buildings for the city of Hono
lulu for the Hrut half of the month of
November huu totaled a larger llguru
tluin the esumaleil cost or all Inilldlngs I
during the entire month of October, Jiy
a conslileriitilH llulire
At the otllcu of Uulhrlng and l'umi-
lug luypector Mlehlsteln, perilts have
been Issued for new structures utVm
esllmutcd cost of tl'JO.CCr. HO mid for
repairs at HCOO, while fees for IlKt'dolbr,
The Pacific cruiser fleet is assembling
issued to sail for Honolulu on Tuesday.
lor the lallro.nl and biter coniMered
b' the hurl or coiiinih'i.loii ami latgely
The iimiiulrrinir written sneir.-s-
lions, made to the rullioad mid tin-
steniunhhi (.oiiin.iiihs. fur u
nether" ai.'K enieiit. In order
the one hand the roail mlelit I... n
rured biiUness and on t .ther Iho"11"11 "El" f,,r "" ,irl11"" "'"'. mid lliu
steamship co uies he assured rtt"" "t-ii tin t Ion which the dlililon
prompt loadlnj; mid dispatch of vessels,l,':"""I"""" "'" I'""'-""' liiao to llio
hae not In en toiuplleil with.
The Matson .Navigation romp.itiy, In
met. Is not wIIIIiik now to enter Into
any hiuIi agreement T II. I'elrlo of
Castle-& Cuoke Kald this niornlnir that
at present be know of no rcmons why
Muei mi unreenn lit should lu made. Ho
rrpreseutiil the nunpany ut the lilt
meetliiK of the harbor comuilsslon and
ttaw iiuoteil in the moriilui; mifr us
(Continued or Paue 21
si r'ti Crnuclsio sent n mall litre In a
1 1 .
'vl'f r' '" ",ol ,n'r ""' "r,1' '""' "'"
lesult was seen only a few days lifters,
ward, when the loifipany put In a bid
oi the iiuiulntMralli.il building and
storehouse at I'eurl Harbor
It all cmphtiidzcs what u big part
local construction work Is beginning tu
play In tlje gei eral contracting Held
Inasmuch as thu marine barracks
bids must bu In Washington by Do-
ceniber t, llrms here Intending to bid
on the work will si ml their lenders In
the mainland on the Korea tomorrow,
This murine barracks work has been
delayed now for a ear. .The original
bids were above thu upproprl itlon, the
Lord- Young company hi line the lowest
bidder. The rjiccltlcutloiis were changed
the woman, for whom he was speak
ing, had threatened to kill her. In
his answers Iho two' ntllclnlH wero
much Impressed wllh his quickness.
Iliowil and Itoso bellovo IhAI If Zu
bail la. iipisiluted Itiisslan Inlerpreler
In police court, tho work of Iho court
will be greatly expedited,
Zubarl stated tills morning thai liu
learned his Kngllsh from Mrs. Ida
M, Ktilghl, a M-hool teacher In tho
Knlulanl t-chmil who employe 1 him
for somo time. Ho Ih now employe. I
by a good family In Nuiiinu. Should
Judgj Mousnrr.it apixilut Zuharl Itiis
slan Interpreter In his court ho set a
record tm the toungeyt Interpreler
over cm ployed In the Territory
flii-l llfleen days of this moii'h havu
ainoiiulcd lo 1108.30
The entire month of October brought
applications for permits to erect struc
tures at nn estimated vulue of 103.031
while repair work' for that month to
taled $10.3bS, and fees amounted to
The marked Increase noted for No
vember Is In n manner caused through
the application fnra permits to Heel a
large building for the College of Ha
waii at ii cot of tCC.OOU and also a
business block lo bo placed on lliu C.
M. I.'ooke estate near the corner of
llerftaula and Niiiianu streets ul neon
It's easlor to talk women out of OS
'cents than it Is to light men out of a
.Major-fionoral Arthur Murray, coin
niainler of the Wenteru DUIsion and,'
llm lilchcHt military piuor on tho
Ccisi, favors the return of tho drill
Plied ltd to lhi Nnllonal uard of Ha-
I W'lll atlttinf l.s la-n,l.. ... ....!. .... y-
iir.lt Mttrt'o Hll...l.. -.... I..
..... v J'wimiu .'.uiy VUCIHT-
War Department inaj swing tho deal '.J
"I litixe had no conference as yet
with Onwrnor Kroar oer the miller
of Iho drill shci lot." sal,) (ienorat
Mnrrnj lo a II idle tin rejiortor at
the .Moana Hole) last night. "Unfor
tunately both the (iovernor and I fiavo
missed each other wh'n wo called,
but I :iiu familiar with the mailer in
n general way. I think lliut there Is
no duiibt but Dial It will bo Batlsrac
torlly arranged, llencral Macomb lias'
leciinmc tided tin. return of (ho pop
eity to theTetrllory, and I Intend tn
lake similar action."
Those hero who tmtrilnt future of
Iho National (Jirtr.1 at heirt. will not '
rest easy until the drill she,! lot is
(Continued on Page 4)
TOOK WRONG WAY
Following on the discovery lh.it
blatiki t condeinn.illun" proceedings
are not upplicuble to tho Kewubi lands
owing lo tho fait that Koine of Iho
places do ;ml require uny tilling In,
tin re Is to be ii special uitutlug of tho,
Hoard of Health tomorrow at half-pan
one n clock to en Into thu mailer
A resolution was passed by the board
some little llmu ago .condemning all
the Kiwalo section that tomes under
the plan for llm big lnft project
In that district. Then It was dlhcov.
eied thai oine of tin, lots did not need
any such measures and us. a conse
quence luillvidii.il proceedings will now
li.ne to lie InMllutrd
The mailer Ib In the hands of At-
Inriiey-dpuernl AlexiimUr Lindsay Jr.,
wno ni the present lime has two men
nt work making rei.oris on ......i. n.i
It wan from Ihelr work that he uiadu
Knod Commissioner l.'dward II,
Ulatichard has received notice from
Washington that after January 1,
1912. nit cheenes coinlnu into tho Ter
ritory that n ro mado from either skim
or partially sklui milk tuns; bo brand
ed as Mich,
The present method is In brand the
Ihjx nml not thu clueee, but after. Iho
dale Kpecllled every cheese must be
marked. The hard ones can be douu
wllh a hot bland mid tho soft ones
sinriiu: at i.kii.kiiiu.
John It Heet.li, of II Coniiany,
at Scholluld llarracks, committed
suicide yesti relay uftriionti at
f 3-30 o'clock, Ills body was
brought la Honolulu for luirlat
today. He had been drinking
heavily of Into,
S- -I- ) . . a.