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From San Franclsoel
For San Francleeoi
Willie linln.1. Blcrru.... December
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
PRESIDENT TENNEY IS
OPTIMISTIC IN ADDRESS
AT PLANTERS' MEETING
TAKES UP SUGAR TARIFF, LABOR
SUPPLY AND FEATURES OF
PRODUCTION IN HAWAII
SOME POINTS IN PRESIDENT TENNEY'S ADDRESS.
Hawaii leads world In scientific sugar production.
Must prepare to meet possible disadvantageous outside conditions by
higher state of efficiency In production.
19101911 record is remarkablo one. Tonnago about 574,000 tons. Aver
ago price about 4.35 cents.
Sugar tariff future uncertain. Unrect evident throughout United States.
Labor outlook generally good. Many European Immigrants coming.
Experiment station doing splendid work in scienco of production.
Fights against Insect pests resulting successfully.
I'risldcnt li IX Tenney "f the Ha
waiian Hiigur Phillip1 Association
l-lllt-Clltll1 JjlH IllMrCMH lit HlM llll'lllll5
)f the nn'mnil meeting, width ln'g.in
this moriiliiK lit 10 o'clock In the na-pnt-liitlnu
rmuna, Jiiild building. Pres
ide nt Trnney said:
"Tu tlio Members nf tlm Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association.
(Seiitlrmcn: Once morn wo huo
gathered to hear tlm iinmial ri-t"rtB
r cnir citllccrs nnd committees bearing
mi tlu wink tif the association fur Hio
past jcur. TIiIm In tho tlilrl -llrnt mi
nimi inciting nf the iimiieutllmi, and to
nil those" 111 attendance 1 eteiul a
hrnrt welcome, anil I sincerely Ikuio
that tlm re-suits nf this yeni'ii delibera
tions will innro than ionium the tin
IHirliiiicc iinil Milne nf these opportutil
lleM fnr hiii li Intercourse, strengthen
ing tin- present mill Inducing further
Inteieit In III" advancement nf our im
pfirliint Industry 1 bellee Hint I an
B.ifely f".iy that It l u vvell-niccptcd
fact that Hawaii lead In the wnrlil
tinlny In the scientific cultivation nnd
iiinniiracturo nf cane sugar, ami tli.it
thli ruuilltloii has been brought about
hugely HiruiiRli the spirit of coopera
Hon displayed by the members nf till-
organization Whllo wo Iiiimi rcachul
n high slate nf ellleleney III the nrgnn
1iitloii anil management nf nur plan
tation, wo unlet lint bcsltnto but bend
Hiry ednrt tnwaril Rreater imil fur
ther ai hlevcinent An iiiienntrnllablo
dllllciiltlcH, Kiich iih labnr, possible tar
111' r- If Inn, ami a fluctuating market
fnr nur prniluet, I'nnstiintly (onfriint
us we imifct to prepareit to meet them
n-j. i ....
(Kpccl.ll M illicit III fable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dee. 4. Bids
for the marine barracks and officers'
quarters at Pearl Harbor were opened
today. Tho lowest bid on tho bar
racks was that of tho Qpaulding Con
struction Company of Portland, Ore.,
J 1 16,675. On the officers' quarters Wil
liam C Kier of Colorado Springs, Colo.,
was low bidder with $59,563.
C. 3. ALBERT.
Then' Wild are on' the IiiiiR-ilchicil
. 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 o barracks work and cnum with
in tlm appruprlitluii nf ftxu.Qun. Tho
I .old -You tig Kiiglnccilng Coinpiuy nf
IIiIk city bid 7li,0t0 mi tlm unit era'
in. liters, putting Hie t nmuiundlng "III
eeis quarters at 119,1:111 anil tho Junior
olllicrh' epiartera lit i!7,757 each,
On Hie iiiiiilno hamitks Hid siiiiiu
tiiiiipuiiy bid IIM.Utl.
William II Kler, tho Colorado
Kpilugs man, wiih liero only n few
weekM iiro, Jlo cauifl tn Hawaii on n
pleiiNiiru trip anil ileclried to take n
"llcr" lit Hie barraekH blibllnR, It
xei'iiiM to Iiiimi btin a real flyer, all
, Js. 1 ,.
with a hlRher Mute of fiu-leiicy In op
eiallnn, iigilculturat iih well an inn
tliiiiileal that wo iii.iv Im abln In at
laln Hi" highest polhl results iih u
in I ii in ii mi (nst nf prodm'tlmi
(Continued on Page 3)
IM Ml m
"I Invo no lio'lt.iucy In ttiitliiK niy
eoiivldloii Ihuiofino, iiiiIwIIIihIhihIIiik
rertiiln iippoHlni; Iiiwh, Unit llio uii-
precnrtj'lik'il yield of thu 1911 crop for
'ho IhIiiiiiIh wax due principally to IIiIh
iliaiiRii In fuillller practlcq. ThkuIii-
's.iy titles ic'MiII, which w.ih uxpccttMl
iiml ili'ilcli'il, Ik to unci lha a iiokII-
'llilii viiluo lo ciicfiilly-coiiiliictciil
liolil iixpoilinciilH," C. I''. Kcklinit,
j illicclor llinvill.in Sinnr I'limteiK'
AnMicliitliii uxpcrlnifiit Hlatlon,
! In t 111 h Ktrlkliiu way, Dlicctur Cck
, hill t Ikih Kiiiiiiucil up thu rcpoit of
H'aiH or oioilinont In furtlllisliiK
caiiu-llolilK, thu rupoit hulni; nuulu at
j tho auniial inectlni; uf thu HiiK.ir
i I'lanlorit' Afcaoclntlim, now In pro
'kicss, Tlm lopuit of Dliector Kcklmrt
I'lwollrt liirKfly on Iho cIiiuiru In fcitl
iIIzIiir tuotlioilK. In Inlef, this rhuiiKO
1 1 ilrncrlbi'il im follnwB: v "A r.iillnil
(Contlnued'on Page 3)
' fflfi BsHBaLam
E. D. TENNEY
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
K. M. Swanzy wna eloclcil proa-
blent of tho Hawaiian SiiKiir
Planters' AaHoclatInn thla morn-
Iiir nt thu upenltiR Hcsafon nf
tho annual meeting of tho Hit-
wnlliui Sueur IMnntcrH' Aasochi-
Hon, KiirceeillnR K. I). Tcnnoy.
, Trustees and oftlccru wore iiained
llotird nf Trualcca
I-'. A. Behiiefcr. K. D. Tcnnoy,
-H. V. Hlnhdif, W. I'fotcnhauer,
V. M. Swaniy, J. I. Cooke. J. M.
Uowaetl. A. W. T. Ilottotnley nnd
W. O. Smith.
V, M. Swnnry President
J. P. Cooke Vice President
W. O. Smith
.... Secretnry nml Treasurer
I J, Warren
Asst. 8ecrnlHry anil Trcnsuror
(!co. II. Itiihcrtsou Auditor
! :: .
All live t'oniparilca nf marines on tho
Pacllle fleet. iiuuiberlnR ubnut 350 men
In all, urn to go into ramp nshorn
within the next few days, for a period
or two wceka or eten loiiRcr This Is.
Hie miiioiiiiceiiient of Major Kill, licit
niailne ollleer, uho.iti plans for round
hut the nea mlillers Into Kreatest of
llcleiiey have bten approved by Ad
miral Thomas, t'uiiiniaiiiler-ln-chler .of
"I urn ptannhiR tn tiikn the bnttalloii
Into camp tit Pearl Harbor, where I
unilerHtmiil thrru Is a Hiiltablo snot."
said Major Hill to a It'll I In tin re
porter. "Wo will make thut our base,
anil iliucilc I he Hino to ueedeil drills
ami tactical problems (Scucml Mm
comb Is uIIIIiir to c-ooperaln anil has
siiRRested a inarch to Hehollctil ll.ir
r.itks, nhein the men can camp under
shelter tents, The. will probably stay
thorn n tow days ami march on to
Wala I ua
"Ah each ship Is scut tn 1 llio by
Admiral Thomas, Hie marines belnuR
Iiik to It will be sent aboard so that
they will not lose tho opportunity of
hcoIiik tlm other Islands ami tho vol-
cano. If they make this hike ner
Oaliu and the trip to Huuall, they will
liaxo Rotten n pretty Rood Idea of tho
Hiiunlimi Islands during their stay, be
sides RottliiR Invaluable Instruction In
Held woik and Initiation drill"
Major Hill Mill ko ner tho ground
within tho next few days, and camp
will probably bo pitched tho first part
of next week.
Don't forget that entries for Poultry
Show close December 7. 2t
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant jand Alakea Streeti
Ads Increase Your Influence aifilEarning Ability
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1911.
(Aaaoelatrtt preae Crthle.) ,
1 LOS ANGELES, Cal, Dec. 4. Pre
liminary hearing of Bert Franklin, for
mer deputy U. 8. marshal, accused of
attempting to bribe McNamara jurors,
has been postponed 'for a week. The
arrest of a prominent attorney Is re
District Attorney Fredericks declares
that Franklin paid Bain, the first juror,
$400 and promised $3500 more. Two
othera were indirectly bribed, he says.
Mrs. Bain has confessed the bribe.
CHARGES I). S.
('AMOCUtwl PffftB CAblff.)
NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec.
4. A former Honduran min
ister to the 'United States in a
statement herei'cfiarges that
the U. S. State. Department en
couraged the Bonilla revolution
to force the arrangement of a
loan with J. Pierpont Morgan.
COAL LAND CASE
'Bl.flil nil I let In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dae. 4. In a
decision handed down today, the Su
preme Court limits all entries on coal
lands to one entry for eaeh person.
The decision makes valid the Indict
ments returned for conspiracy against
Attorney Charles F. Munday of Seat
tle, and the other men. Involved In the
Munday Shiela group of Alaska
claims, which the United 8tatee
charned were fraudulently entered. The
decision Is a sweeping victory for the
BITTER ATTACK' MADE
ON REF LITTLETON
WASHINGTON, D. C Deo. 4. Con
gressman Martin W. Littleton of New
York denounced the Antl -Trust League.
Congressman James R. Mann of Illi
nois introduced resolutions to probe
the attack on Littleton. Secretary Mar
tin of the league has circulated a pe
tition to impeach Littleton.
FROM STANDARD OIL
(Siwl.it nutlet In Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 4. The
Rockefellers have resigned from their
official connection with Standard Oil.
John D. Archbold has been elected to
PERSIAN C0UUCIL IS
CALLING FOR HELP
'Associated Press 'cable.)
TEHERAN, Persia) Dec. 4 Men
aced by Russian military forces, the
council has asked the world parlia
ments to aid Persia.
TURKEY GETS BUSY
(Special Hill let In Cable.)
BERLIN, Oar., Dec. 4. Turkey Is
sending an army corps to the Persian
OHIO BANK CLOSES DOORS
(Aasnclatrd Presa Rable.l
COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 4. The Union
National Bank has suspended.
HAN FHANCISCO. Cut, Dec. .
Ileets: k8 analysis, IBs ; parity, f.l"c.
l'revlous ctuotatlon, 10s, id,
MORTAR BATfERIES TO
MAKE OAHU IMPREGNABLE
CRUISE OF FIRST DIVISION GIVES
ARMY AND NAVV POINTERS
The cooperation between tho
army nnd navy in working out a
plan for perfecting the defenses
of Oabu did not end with the
cruise round the Island of tho
first division of tho Pacific Heel
on which (iciioralt, Murray and
Macomb were; the guests of Ad-
The army "bUlier-upa"- having
viewed the coast llneffofn tn6
eo-sld are. today, giving '"tli,s
navy officer u chance Ut see lbs
I proposed fortification sites from
t mo nry ana.
Tod Admirals Thomas and
Houtherland, Captain Tcrhune,
chief of staff of the fleet, and
Captain Harlow of tho California
aro the sucsta of General Murray
and (loners! Macomb on an auto
trip round the Island. " Major
(lllmnre and Captains Carter and
Craig are of tho party. Tho all-
Important question of making-
Oaliu impregnable, will of course
bo tho principal subject of, con-
vernation and Investigation.
SHRINERS SHOWER "SUNNY JIM" M'CANDLESS
WITH PROOFS OF GOOD WILL AND AFFECTION
"Josh" Tucker's Presentation
of Loving Cup Was
ALOHA TEMPLE ASSEMBLY
FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Was Ono of Most Notable In
History of Order in Hono
lulu Now Mon Who
James Sutton MtCamllcsti, widely
known ns "Sunny Jim." had tho sur
prise of his life on (Saturday evening,
and Aloha Temple of tho Ancient
Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic
Hhrluo Incidentally had one nf tho
best meetings of Its history whllo ex
tending the aloha of tho membofs to
tho retiring Potentate,
It was election night and tho fol
lowing officers were elocted to servo
for tho ensuing joar:
Illustrious Potentate, Dr. A. (1.
ilodgins; Chief Itabban, C. O. Hart
lett; Assistant Itabban, Krcd C,
Smith; High Priest and Prophet, W.
II. Goctt; Oriental Guide, Oeorgo II.
Angus; Treasurer, II. B. Webster;
Hccorder, II. C. Ilruns; representative
to tho Imperial Council, Jas. S. Mc
Caiidlcss; Trustees, Dr. A. G. Ilodg
ins, C. G. Ilartlett and J. D. Tucker.
At the conclusion of tho electing
Joshua U. Tucker advanced to tho
center of the hall and In a speech
that was declared by all who heard It
j to bo one of- Josh's masterpieces, pre
sented the retiring Potentu'to with n
V ' I 1 I j j CVENINQ DULLETIN advertisers I IjJ
M? . I II eV wln because the create and retain lh I jL
By LAURENCC REDINOTON.
Oaliu lb to be Rliilluil Ii) an mi-
'llt.lt..... ! i,t .Inln.iul.M C.a.,1 ,!....
tinns. Mortars, those IiiiII-iIorr of
modem ordnance, will play tho most
Impoi tout part in the gciieral scheme,
and will hark dell nice nml ilcetiuc.
Hon at any hostllu ships thai might
attemp' to cmcr Hiq landing nf nil
armed furcc on the Inland.
.-,,,, , ,. , . ., ibo settled which came sirlctl) wunin
-:1 itnftlbic' liinlps 1-iln is on t"8 I)rl,vlnco of iho-s nghters. and
toast will bo ftimrucd by "posltlim"!,,,,,,,' ,,,iv ,i, ,. ,..
fteld art llery Ill-be posted In con-'nrMt ,,,,,,, of Plicc floot wh
lial locations, r,,dy on Instant iiollto Roir A , , clmullcc Tnom'aH ,n
attack B "" ""C,"C"Cl1 lnU "'lIsonaleommnnil.nndaeneralsMur-
ray and Macomb as guests on tho
Tho mobllo army will h- Incre.ucil nagshlp California. Tho official party
by many troops to properly man tho Pfi Honolulu Satnrdav momlnc and
now fortifications. Military rjads will returned estorday aftornoon. IJitr
bo built connecting Impoitint strato- ng tho short cruise point after point
gle points. which hail been In ilcinht or dlsnuto
This Is a brief mitlltiu of tho plan
of Ooncrnl Arthur Murray, coniniaiuler lcdcL. nf the navy, nnd In less than
of tho Western Division. ror making iw ,njK matters or the greatest
Oahu Imiiregnablo. This much den-' moment to tho Hawaiian Islands wcro
oral Murray Is willing that tho gen- iofltiltcly decided on. Just how much
eral public bIioiiM know. Ilotalls of tho nay has he1wd the army or tho
tho defenslvo srhcino-tho number, nrmy helped tho navy In this defons
and position of tho mortar Intterles,! (Continued or Page 2)
magnlticont losing cup. Noble Tuck
er said In part:
"Nobles: Tho never renting wheel
of time Iiiib mado another revolution
and wo have again assembled to re
ward thoBO who have nerved us faith
fully during tho year. Among nil ag
gregations of men lenders nrv chosen
CVENINQ DULLETIN advertisers
win bacauta the craata and retain lh
confidenca of the public. There la lit
tle Importance attached to a man or a
business unteie backed up In the col
umn! of the home paper.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
their strength, their cost and the num
ber of men It will take to work them
must be kept an lulolnto secret
for the picsciit,
Whllo the army has been gradually
working out the main features of this
plan It was not untj I tho en-operation
of the tuny was sorured that tho pre
liminaries wcru considered complete.
There were many lniirtant points lo
bo settled which raiiie nlrictlj within
was settled thrntich tho sieclflc. know-
for Mime particular reason and Aloha
Temple has been must fortunate In
having thoso to preside over Its des
tinies who liavo given lo their duties
tho best that was In them. Conse
quently tho Temple, has prospered.
"Ouo tonight lavs down the Bcepter
(Continued on Page 4)