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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911. 12 PAGES..
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IS FOR STRATEGY
When tho first division of tlio la-" -i
elllc lied sails t'uinoiiou morning for,
it Bhort irulsu nrntiuu uaiiu u win ne
oiiu of tlm most Important military
iioveB Unit bus ever been nmilu with
loferciiip to lliwull. On tho llagshlp
Callfurnla, a guests of Admiral
Thomas, will bu (lencral Arthur Mur
i.i, division loinmntidcr, and CIeiior.il
M.uuinh, ilcluirliiieiit iiiiiiinaiider; ,
Major (illiiiorc, assistant coast de
ft iiho ollUer of tho division, and Cap
talim Craig and Carter, of the gcneuil
iilnlf, mid theso high arm) oIIIccih will
work in ((injunction with thu iinvnt
authorities In detei mining how O.ihu
tall bo guarded on all shies
Onernl Murray came to Oaliu for
tho express purpose of Investigating
Its defensive possibilities nnd needs,
llu lias been on tho K" eery day of
his HiriHi weeks stay, nnd has nniulred
u uiiRS of information which will bo
inumled off and completed when ho
I'.i Is u look at the island from the Be
hide, and can consult with nnul au
thorities us to tho landing problems
which coma purely within the prov
ince of tho nay.
I IndliiKK Srtrtt.
What tho findings and conclusions
ate. will or course bo kept a close and
inviolate seciet. It would be mani
festly ridiculous to throw down tho
.,Virdi. before tho druw.. Therefore,
III.) cruli"c-tukeH-on the aspect of, u
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CHINA RUMOR DENIED.
'Shinto sa)s Callfuruli wire
less d iioIiik Klmlghnl after
Thlt dlsinteli, leeched l the
Illlllctlli enter. lio Horn Hun
IViuiclsco, wus absolutely denied
on the lliiKhlp this niornluir
I low the ollktrs of thu 8hln)o
Muru Kt hold of such u story on
their way to the Coast Is a inys
Urj to tho n ivy men, who say
that no such messaKO was w Ire
It sed from the thiKshlp.
Thert's absolutely nothlnc to
It," sihl Coiuin.indtr Ttrhiine,
tliltf of staff, this niornliiis. "In
the llrst place, we're not conl
Iiir, us ou Know, cud In the
set olid were Intlni; out a plan
of extendid maneiiMrs. 1 don't
Know where this story could
liati) coiuu from."
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Murray unit (lennrnl Macomb are eood
iiorts til ttlii'b!j!il sense of the term,
unit tliey nnvn oxpiesseu not only a
willlnunsi but u desliu to be "stowed
uwny any old ptnee." They will of
"set'lns orIiu" exturslon. and tho bnro I course mess with Admiral Thomas.
fnctti that tlie,trlp li to tie nmUf. Its ,1'Mure Show At.onrrt. -
Bcneral ptirlioses und tho personnel As for amusement wlicn tho day-
of the nnvv and army "higher ups'
patty, Is all that Is discreet to glvo
The ratirornlu, Mar) land and South
Uikutu will Bl under way at 8:31) to
morrow iiiornlllK, and, .iccordlnR to
present plans, will lettirn BOtnetluio
buforu suiihit Sunday. They will
aiitlini at some spot off tho Island
toast Satuiday night.
Tho letepllon of two generals nnd
thiee staff olllcers on a llagslilp nl
reiuly ciowded with numbers of the
fii'tt stair, Is purling Lieutenant
toiunmudtr Uouglas, eecutlvo of tho
Callforuia. However, both Henei.il
work Is over, jou can't get ahead of
llieuinvy. Will tho distinguished vis
itors smoke their iifter-dlnner clears
und then go to bed for want of some
thing better to do? Not a lilt of It.
They will go to a moving-picture show
without leaving the ship. Arrange
menls have been completed for show
ing tho ltmalkably hiit'cnst fill lllm of
tho leunt tniget prattlco of tho l'a
illlc licet oft Coronadoj This Is bald
to bo the best leel ever mntltt of big
gun Ililng. It shows thu men wniK-
lug tho gun, tho moving target nrd
the giett splash of the proJ(( tlll'J
striking onjuid urmuul the canvas
GOOD WORKJOR SAILORS
Ttachliig lindsniiii not onl to bo( 'The llict Is overrun with green
good h.illors, but ulso to take care of lmIlj" m, Coiuiiiuidir Tirhiine, chief
t'liniiMlves and tl If btloiiBliiKS, lHo)lf t1T ,.,! ouiiib. 'They nni n
nt toiifriuilH tun loniuussioii
UNION LEADERS WHO CONFESS GUILT QYNAMITERS WILL
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LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 1. James B. McNamara.
union iron worker and accused of complicity in the plot to
dynamite the Los Angeles limes nuiidinn and in other dyna
mite outrarjes, today pleaded guilty. He will be sentenced
John J. McNamara, his brother, secretary-treasurer of
the International Union ot Structural Steel Workers, also
charged with dynamiting, pleaded guilty to dynamiting the
Llewelyn Iron works.
It is understood that James McNamara will gel a life sen
tence and John McNamara fifteen years. Both will be sen
tenced December 5.
IN SUGAR LIKELY
.,.,.i .li.ii in, re's mi iiuhIi to bo le.iru
id ulMiut living In toiiifoit ubo ml ship
lint It will Mm soiuo time b('iiru tho
Kiriilts git the swing of things nnd
Mtllo down to Milld lomfort nllniit
.t-'oino of the sailors have never been
aloud u naval Msstl before tlili
uulxe Tho ship und Its iiivlronnu lit
are stran'i', and tiny iiru continually
loshig thtlr b( longings by leaving tliem
In thu wrong pinto.
Tour hundiPd und seventy thousand Is 2t!,00n Imii nhead of the c illus
ions or sugar for tho ear 1912 Is tho onilliig Pbllmitn lust e.i nltiiiw
iirclliulinrt ehtlm.ite for noxt jo.ir's certain proof that, barring a c.i' islio-
tonuiK9 lo be handled by tho Sugar pho to tho sugu llelds, the VSVl nop
I'actors Company. twin nriUK me leeoiu oj m.iiiy uiou
Tho flgiiies have been compile I by sutiil Ions.
Maungor A. M. Nnvvell of the com- In prepirnlloh lo liandlo this prwl
r.any, after receiving repents from nil tiop, tho Sugir l'aclois' company will
the sugar agencies identified with Hit) have an eleven dii) Instead of a tvvelvo
company, whclh handle most ofMhe'dny service fiom tho Amerlcun-lln-Hawaiian
sugar outpul. The estlmato wallnn ste unship company. Tho fleet
Is madqup ufter tho various agencies of 'rouiiil-tlie-llorn vessels will bo tho
have sent In their own estimates as lo same, six In number, nnd probtbly
tho tonnage they will hnudle from tho thoro will bo no steamer cirgoei by
ndlvldual plantations. the Straits or Magellin. This jear
Tlio flguies ludlcito that Hawaii Is Iho Massarliuselts was pr.'d Into
going to break another sugar crop scrvlco i.ilher uutixpecledly.
moro tnioinblH ship llf will be to nil record. This jcar's crop reaclud a As usuni, mo larger pan or tlio urn-
total of Bliti.s.l tons, or which ine ;iage win no u iiiuieu viu uiu it'iiiriu-
Sugar Factors' shlip2d 478.00U tons, tepee inllroul, up tu thu middle ot
lint tho preliminary estlmato, nude September.,
at a corresponding tlino last sear fjr' "This estimate of 470.000 tons Is
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..I mid ptlti ollleus of the I'acllle llttt
mi in., trulscrs aro lllled up wltli iue some inuu ... ....." -.......
li ..1 men taken on just litfme tlm them 'lhe .loirt nimvv now et.
M tsaU. If mn thu naval training stu- llulr things clean or where to put
ll.ii m in hi li ,1,111 II,. in. mid the snout r they leiirn tho
to... in (mm (Sinn.. ..i..'..
eoliiiintil. Koine nppn ntlcti fttls slcK
and tin own his ilollus down nnjhow,
Inaltud of haimhig tin in on tint line.
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1 IN JgTO&' i .OFnCfim
1 lien u iniistir lit nuns, whose bus!
niss It is to mo that things lire kipt ))o mi p waB (m)y 4 to.rjtjtl Ions, merely preliminary, and Is a very ton-slilp-shapc.
1 oims iilong. sees the . , , ,, , s sorvalvo ,m0" H11, Mniicor Novvell
r sie ; ,:i,:ri t,; .:;;, ;;- , prenmimry es.im.,te. wmci, n,u ,rnne. , ., mttA
1 1.1... iiw, iiriimrti- out of his own Is ulvvas n very conseivallve one.
(Continued on Pane 6) The piellmluarj estliuatu this eir May"
tho mhldlu of April or the Drat of
"KEEP IT UP"DR. ,BLUE
Ki ei It up!
' "ndiiolulu has will begun n
tli it must bo well llnlsliul.
(In at good has already bien at
(onipllslKd lure In Hie sanltatluticain
inlvii. und tlm mnnlnr of niox.iiiltotH
has hull nuiterlully reduied nlnady. I
IhIIcmi Unit by lontlniilug the work
the innsiiultnci can bo icduied to the
iiuiNlimnii of safety, nnd tint means
the minimum, of moiipiltoes.
"'Iho stiuiiuilt culopus Ins In en nl
liudv reiluetd (o n teitiiln extent and
1 now hard to (lnd lleforo tho work
Malted elijht or nine vv Idelv -si p.irated
rjiols protluied tlm inlopus
; I believe the work ought to he inn
HiiiKil to Its loglial loneliislou, unit
that iiinilimlon will bo n dinner, bet
ti r, safir illy and 0110 known all over
Hit! win Id for lis liealthfulness,
'1 wint tit thank tlm people of Ho
nolulii for their hi arty cooper itlon,
nnd I billeve that those who at llrst
uppusiil tho (.inipiilgu will come over
und cooperate In time. I have enjoy
lii 1 "i'
7 ' ji
I DR. RUPERT BLUE
id my stay here nnd only regril tint
duly has unlit d tile to Wushliigtou in
the midst or a work thut Is uf vltil
Impnrtnnto tu us till us will us Ho
nolulu" I)r Jtuptrt llluu Inforii leav
ing ror WnKhlh'Klon
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OPErJ BIDS MONDAY.
TWO FOOTBALL TEAMS
(Sru-illl III! I lei In Cable.)
CHICAGO, IIU Nov. 30-Two footba
II surprises occurred in Thanksgiving
gomm yeaterday, the Carlisle Indians
defeating Brown by a score of 12 to 6,
and Pennsylvania's team overwhelming
Cornell 21 to 9.
STATE'S OTRONQ CASE DROVE MUN TO CHANQC PLCAS.
Following the picas of "guilty," court adjourned.
Clarence Darrow, chief counsel for the defense, said if lie had seen any
other way out, the action would not have been taken. He had had It under
consideration for a week.
District Attorney Fredericks said the men pleaded guilty because they
Darrow saidi "As a matter of fact. Jim didn't intend to kill anyone, but
meant to sc?re, and the gas explosion was responsible for the deaths In the
Times disaster. The evidence gathered by the State of California brought
the plea." ,
JAMES THIED TO PROTECT BROTHER tO THE LAST.
Attorney Joseph Scott of the defense told of long argumentative sessions
ith James (VScNnmera In which hie counsel urged, him Jo jilead cjuilty. He
amwerec; "I'll plead til right It'l can leave John out."" "
He finally agreed when he was told that ho cou(dn't do this, and that li
iust be both or neither. He said on:e, "Why not wait? Tuesday is elec
tion, and we must .not hurt Harrtman's chances."
"Why not Walt until Tuesday's elections," asked Darrow. "and so not hurt
Job Harrimaq's chances forJ Mayor."
"Our lives aro at stake, answered McNamara, "and we couldn't take
chances. Maybe the state would back out of the agreement."
LESS THAN DOZEN KNEW MEN HAD DECIDED TO CONFESS.
Kil!ll Itlllletln rilili- )
LOS ANGELES, Cain Dec. 1. The jury has, been dismissed. Less than
a dozen of all those concerned in the trial knew in advance of the change of
pleas. The judge, District Attorney Fredericks, his two assistants, and At
torneys Darrow, Scott and Browns of tho defense knew of it.
The Indictment against Ortle McManigal has not been dismissed.
INTERVENTION INJHINA IS NEAR
(Hllul Ullll-fltl Clble.)
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 30. It is believed hero In Influential quarters that
the revolution situation in China has reoched the stage where mediation of
the powers Is Inevitable.
It i the opinion that Japan, Great Britain and the United States will
take concerted action for peace. .
fspvdnl llu I let In Cihle )
NANKING, China, Nov. 30. Occasional shooting between the imperials
and the revolutionists foretells n more serious engagement.
. nesi 1 e
AMATEUR WINS BIG SAVANNAH AUTO RACE'
S-dil II 11 1 1 tit III Cil.l.' )
SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 30. The blue. ribbon event of the big auto races,
the international Grand Prize event, was won today by on amateur, Bruce
Brown, with Hcarne second and Ralph DePalma third. The winner averaged
74.45 miles an hour for the 408 miles of the course.
Owing to the absence of Hu
ptlllittnilent of rubllo Works
Murstou Citinphill 011 Hawaii,
tlm opening of tho bids for tlio
ri novation of tlm Jiulhlury
building has been postponed
until Monday next,'
tfclHilul Hull el In fable )
ROME, Italy, Nov, 30. Fourteen
cardinals wece invested here today
...amid striking ceremonies.
'', SAN' ITIANl'ISI'O, Cal, Die
"P KiiKiin !tfi decrees list, 1 9375c
i vliuis limitation, SOAJfic
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Sherwood M Unwej has resigned
bin position with (.ewers . Cooke to
(aim charge of thu stock und bond
ilupat Uncut of the (Itiardlau Titist
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
BAKER HITS AT
'Thus all tho liberal (liaugcs lu the
laws vvhkli tlm progressives luvo been
utile to In nc about, nil thelr.hanovii
lenies and iihlhmthrop es, nil their
missions and churches, havo so fur
not appittUh! changed tho ullgu-
chic svstcm indeed, me uiisiotrac)
grows over vveillliler, Iho middle
tlass vvlillo 1 etllers and workers be
come fewer, the pens ml lalsirers
111010 nmiifiniis, and thu frud.ilistlc
nstcui nioro llriul) Ititrincliul. Ituy
II.i St.11111.trtl Ilikei's secotitl In Iho
series of articles on Hawaii the Anio
I lean Magazine Is publishing icacltid
Honolulu luilni, nnd iintlci thu title,
'Tho 1 .11 in) and Iho I.intllcss" linker
pouts some hot shot ut the sugii In
dusti) niul ptoprletnrj ivinilllloiiK liirt
In (ulculat(( and iiieasiniM It huh.
Ho stints out with a Mot), the story
of Mat) lleattKe ('.imphell, now Mrs,
(Continued on Page 4)
PACKEY McFARLAND WINS FROM TOMMY MURPHY ,
(Hint III II II I let 111 Cable )
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 30, Packey McFarland, the Chicago light
weight, was given the decision over "Harlem" Tommy Murphy at the end of
twenty rounds of fast milling today.
DIES ON THE COAST,
(S-.lnl II 11 1 let III I'lhle.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Dec. 1.
John Bermingham, the veteran U. S.
steamboat Inspector, died here today.
BERLIN MENACED BY
GREAT LABOR UNIONS
(Spednl llu I let 1 11 Cahtr 1
BERLIN, Cer Dec. 1. Fifty thou
sand metal workers have been locked
out because of their demands.
WAR IS FACING
Marama Has Left the Pacific Coast.
A cnblo received at the IocjI branch
of tho Meichants' Kxchnngo. Is to the
effect Hint the C iliailliin-Aimtr.illjil
liner Marama with passengers nnd
mulls for Honolulu salted fiom Vic
toria on Wednesday This vessol is
I110 hero on about the Dili of Decent
her en routo to Australian ports.
Tlio American schooner Holeiio Is
en 1 onto to tlio Hawaiian Isluuls ac
cording to n cable received fiom
(IravH Harbor which nnuoiinceil the
departure! of that vessel with 11 cugn
of lumber on Wednesday,
(Smslil nulletlr Cjbie V
TEHERAN, Persia, Dee. 1. The na
tional council has rejected the Rus
sian ultimatum, and the foreign min
ister lias designed. The ultimatum de
manded that .Persia dismiss Morgan
Shuster, the young American who Is
treasurer-general and In charge of Per.
ST. PETERSBURG, Rus, Dec. 1
As a result of Persia's action, Russian
troops have been ordered to advance
from Rosht to Teheran.
Itussl i's ultimatum was caused hy
v tiling Sliustir's opt 11 attack on Rus
sia's altitude in Interfirlug with Per
sia's iimilrs. Ho Indicted both Russia,
mid tin at liilliilu In a published statement.