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'For San Franoieooi
Wllhelnilnn, Hlcrrn. ...December 6
Mnrnum December C
Kcalaiulln ,. .Jntinaiy 2
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
DEMOCRATS TO OVER-RIDE
Japanese8 REGIMENTS ON
A mm fluent iiililly taken up by
Jap.inc"'' In Hawaii U campaign for
piactlcally unrestricted Japanese Im
migration Into the Unllid Slutes has
reaihcd Kiich proportions tlt.il l.istHuti
il.iy nlKlit " in.ti-x mietliig wus Iifltl t
tint Amihl Thenlir
I'rumliieiil dual Japumse. after can
vnsi.liig lln- situation, have decided that
llu most piiiitlriiblo way of getting re
sults In In send Iii their iiwii euiiiitry
a Japanese from Hawaii to run In thu
Nippon cleitliuis for thu hnpirlul Jup
miese Diet, mill Tor thin lipiescntiitlve.
If ilcclcil, to treure unrestricted lin
iiilijriitlnii fioiii bin Inane government.
Japanese InunlBratlun to thu Unlteil
States Is now restricted by Japan, Us
triath'H with thu United State being
mruiiKiil with the uiidirstutidlng that
Jap.in Itself will handle the liimilsjru
tlnn situation tu the satisfaction of
(1 Hlilniml.i. one of thu best-know ji
Japanese In the Territory ami n noted
orator, Is thu iii-m pkkcel out to go tji
lila bnmif country uml try for the )m
.( ial ll"t A nuiiilior f nieetlmss
have licenMieuirillt:o'ne Sunday night
iiilmlnnlliu.' tlw Merlon, and It Is esti
mated that over u thoiiKand peoile nt
temleil thn 'met time.
At the meeting Hundny night. Ddltor
T Tsiiriishlmn of thu Hawaii-Japanese
lully c'hiotilede drcsldcd mill Intro
ilueiil the spesikers. Among those who
addressed thu asscmblisl Nlppnnrno
wnii I'reil K MnMiiti, former luiiler
of the Higher Wagu Association; K.
Ilnga, fonner associate eilltor of thu
Hawaii Shlnpo ami now on thn ntnfT of
the Nlppu Jljli N. Tal.el ami Mr. Shl
inadii himself, who ninilu the principal
IllhllfiK lf till evening.
Hhtm.ula ileclareil that It In prupir
for J.iiuin to taliu iip'thn Immigration
..n,.yll.,ii niiw anil, that frlemlly rela
tions between the' two coiinti Ics call b
guaranteed by idling away with liiiml-
Hon insLrictloiis. lie asserted that
id., ihiiuifir illHirlinliiiitliiii hiiR pa.wd.
i; llngu ileveiteil part of bin uddress
to an attack mi Keillor Slicim in inu
Hawaii Shlnpo, iltcliirllig tliat Sheba
u n ilmiL'i'roiiH man In the community
It has been decided that Shlmadii
will leave for Japan tin latter part or
Dili month and go direct to the pre
fectuie of Ynmaguclil, whero he will
begin his campaign for election to thu
diet TIiIh prefecture Is bin former
Khlmadn and other liacklng thn
movement am said to maintain that
tin parents of Japane'se residents of
the Unlteil .States should hu nllonid to
intir fieely, and that In general tlm
lestilctlvu clauses hIiiiiiIiI I hi reniovud.
TAKE f BEST
Twn Interesting coiumlttco reports
vero piesented this inoiiilug at tho
unmial setsinu of llio sugar planters,
iipth of which ftlrred up a good deal
of nrolltablo discussion. Tho commit-
inn rnnoilH mi euttlni;. loadliiir nud
tianspoilatloii and on msuiuluctitro of
I agar anil utilization of uy- men
Tlln fltut I'OIWItt llllllll.lll Mitt II 1I0
ly discussion around thu point as to
.no auvisaiiiiiiy oi naming ininugu
llio fields lief in e cutting. In tho dis
cussion Managers Adams, Itentun,
Watt and otheis took pari, as well iu
Director KcUliuit of llio 'experiment
station, T. C, Davien, I". C. Jones ami
V.. R Illshop, Manager Ailania Inclln
i ,1 In tlm i low tti.it liiirnllli? us a lab
or-saving iluvlcu Is advisable no nut
ter what thu Htitto or llio labor mai-
lit'l, while M imager Kenton declined
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' ' ' I alaaaaaaWalllllBI1aaalalallllllaaalalallWalplT
Mora troops for Hawaii Is now thu
policy of the administration. In fuel,
no aculu Is the altu.tlloii, that tin.
Hlnlo Department has u.illed on thu
War Department for an explanation
of why eight full rt'BlmentK are not
garrisoning the. Island of Onhu at the
It Is iHiMsllilo that sumo adilltloiuil
troops wilt bu cent to tho Islands he
lure new bairaukH can bo built for
them. I'jr hoiiio reason llio Slnto Du-
partmont Is anxious to have tho Ha
waiian gatrlhon strengthened without
delay. It Is understood that tlm Stale,
Department (lots not think thu fact'
that no rernnneiit tiuarters for tho'
troops will bo available for hoiiio time
li Hiinlcluut reason for further delay,
In sending the troops to Hawaii. In-,
milry, It Is said, has been made of'
the War Department as lo whether it'
would not ho feasible to have addl-J
llonal troops quartered lit tents iutlll
tho now barracks, ai erected. Thej
original plans for the garrisoning 'of
IJhwill provided for thetaUiinlrn; of
ilx regiments of Infantry, nitu of Cav
alry anil otto of Field Artillery, ami
necessary tcclinfc.il, and auxiliary
trcops on tho Islands. The demands
for ttoops on tho I'aiiam.i Canal Itij
eoiinectlon with posts In the Unite 1.
States will make It linpns'blo to cat-'
ly out this plan. Still, It Ih not
thought wise to keep n forco of less
than four rcglmeiita of Infantry in
Hawaii, The httatcglcal Inuoitanco
i'f the Islands, It Is uiged, iimkoa It
nccesinry to maintain h force of four
regiments of Infantry, nno reglmoi.t
of Caalry and one regiment of Meld
Aitlllery in the Islands. The matter
has not piogiefised to that iilnt at
which thn uddltlonal reKluieut to be
sent to Hawaii hut been selected. '
The Ilrltlsh steamship Wlllesden
now laying ini'ler detention at qiut-
mi t llio wharf with over one tliousunil
I'orlugueso and Spanish Immigrants
on hoard awaiting the attention of tho
Federal health authorities, in In lino
ror a. rigid Inspection at tho hands
if tho United States, customs olllceis,
immediately following tho rclcaso of
The Wlllesdeti will receive much
attention by Collector titucknhlu't,
deputies and olllceis. Tho cuso of the
Mrltlsli freighter Ortorlc which arrlv
id hoio homo months ago with a laigo
crowd of European Immlgiants Is still
flesh In tho minds of shipping men.
Under the existing icgulalloiis us
,'ret.ciibed by llio Unltod Slates tieti
hiiry department thu collector Is In-
stiucled to mako a very careful cv
I'lnlnatlon of tho vessel to dctoimiuo
tho ndaptlblllly ot thn ship for cirry
itig such la I go nuinlieiR of people. All
matters pertaining lo tho health, com
fort and accommodation of tho Imtiil-
Ri tints must ho looked Into nnrt re
potted upon by tho olllcors delegalod
for tills work.
Tho pi reliction Is pretty fieely undo
tliat the owneis of tho Wlllesdeti will
not escape without tho Inlllctloti of a
tino or penalty fur ullcgod, Infracllo'i
if some of tho iiiiiiicioih provisions
t'tlpulated in thu Federal regulations.
Kvei) tiling Is moving along sorene-
ly nt the quarantluo station arcord-
tnc to ciiciitir-iglng reportH which
I each Dr. Carl Ramus In charge of
the Federal ipi mintlne uirvlro at this
poit. Dr. .Tiiiiioh Is In illtec' nonttol
of Hie movements of thu Immigrants
c ml has full charge ol tho fotru of
fully guuids and employees.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
WILL BE RUSHED
That tho chic sanitation commit
tee's new plans for filling n low lands
with the debris aCcumulitlng front thn
clly-wido clean-up cimpalgn nre a
success from llio cutset was p'rnvul
this morning when Dr. Marshall re
ported that 133 dray-loads were dump
ed Into tho )'. M. I'oml lauds at low
ers road anil Knlakaiia avenue.
Dr. Marshall estimates that this Is
t'A'O-thlnls moro than could have been
tisnd.'etl'from tho Walklkl dlstlTct by
bSh out to Bea. Tho work Is faster
,hy far, cleaner, naei liattdllng two
or threo times and llnally, solves part
ut least of the low lands problem.
Hooks and Ilolsor hao nrianged to
cure for all tho debris that can be
dumped lulu a low place on Walalao
road that has been an ejesoro lor
pome ttmo, and for the Kullhl section,
the. old Kallhl ipiarry bIIo lias been
sotllcd upon and will serve us u csti
tral dtimplng-griiiiud for all this part
of (he city.
Twenty-five big drnyi tiro now at
work on the clean-up In addition In
the city gurhago wagn'iB, and It is
hoped (hat within u short time the
biggest part of the clean-up will l.e
Dr. James has been granted the as
lstiinco from two local physicians,
Drs, liurret and llenz.
A special telephone' hns been In
btalled at thu iiianintliiu (itinlgatloii
shed which Is mncli appreciated by the
nIHclalH stationed there. The health
rltuatlon hi felly summed up Is about
this, with eighteen caBes ot smallpox
two inuri havo been udded to the list
now under treatment for this infec
tious malady. Theio nto thlity-slx
cases ot ineasles being lieuted at tin
hosidlal. One death has occurred,
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That bltulltliic paving ror King
Rtleet will be decided upon by, the
Dotird of Supervisors tonight looked
like a foiegoue conclusion this mum
lug. The road committee, It Is under
stood, will report unanimously In fav
or or J. A, UHman's bid for paving
King street with bltulltliic, mid al
though some of the Supervisors tuo
Hither inclined In favor olila wood
block paving, they will piobahly not
entry out the opposition tonight In
the face of a majority for bltulltliic.
Supervisors Murtay uml McClcllnii
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TERRITbRY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY,' DECEMBER 5, 1911.
(Ki-cliil IliiliVj-lh t'.ilil-)
WASHINQTON.vO. C, Dec. 5 Tha
House Democrats today began prep
arations for revision, ot the cotton and
woolen schedules of the tarilf, without
waiting .for tho report of the tariff
(Skk-IiI till I let III C.ltitoli
NEW YORK, N. Y, Dec. 5. Three
hundred women, survivors of the .ter
rible Triangle 8hiriwaiat Company's
factory fire In this city some months
ago, today attacked the proprietors of
the concern, who were on their way
to court to answer a charge of man
slaughter. Tho riot became to seri
ous that the police reserves, were call-
ad out. . it -
(KticcUl U li 1 1 ft In Cable.)
SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 5. The
complete collapse of tho imperial gov
ernment is Imminent, and the rebels
ore winning everywhere
T FACE LAW
(Special II ll I In tin .iMe.V
WASHINGTON,. D. C, Deo. 5. The
Supremo Court today refused stay
of proceedings In tha case of tho ten
beef packers convicted In tho Federal
courts on a charge of conspiracy In
restraint of trade.
( AHnrliitril I'risii Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C Dee.
Prosident Taft today sent a message
to Congress on the trust question, op
posing the repeal of tho Sherman anti
trust law, but suggesting that supple
mental legislation be enacted.
I There Is also u gunnery tiupliy, for
target Bhootlng alone.
, . ., .. Tho crew of tho Colorado nre Juhl-
P. Wiltett of New York, the noted Inlit over their success, news of which
sugar expert, testifying before the eaino tit tho biro aiUKiuncenioiit from
Houso committee Investigating tha Washington last night that the Colo
sugar trust, declared today that it was ra,,0 ,,,,, ut ,he hel, of tl0 at with
a universal hortage nd Peculation u ,,, KC0ru of 0507fi The,shlp Is
?,;;. T. h." p' se
sugar will go half a cent lower.
(Klifclill It II 1 1 c 1 1 n fable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Dec. 5 Tho
Wabash railroad has been reorgan
ham I'liAVcisrn. f'ni. n.. r..
lleets: ss iinalysls, Us. lll-2d ; pur -
Ily, r. tic. I'revlous iiotatlon, Its.
Store Publicities Quick Road
THE OTHER, LIFE
Some Important experiments, which
may tuvolutlunlzu target practice for
big guiiH In both the Paclllc and the
Atlnntle Meets were held off Honolulu
Sunday afternoon by the cruisers
Maryland and South Dakota. When
thu first division returned from Its
round the Island cruise, these two
ships dropped out of formation, nud
steamed up and down for several
hours, working nut towing problems.
llrlefty stated, the plun of the. Navy
Department, Is to do uway with the.
hune and- c'lmbeisonw eniiyaa xerrwti
now used for, buttU) target pracllcij.
and to muko the ships shoot ut the
hullsoyc only, this being a section of
bluck canvas S by -0 feet In size.
This would give a good mark for the
gun idolaters, and the lilts that Would
luue passed through n full-sized
screen could be accurately recorded
by the plotters stationed on the tow
lug ship, who could accurately meas
ure the distance by tuklng thu splash
of the projectile as one point to Work
I'll II sized targets are expensive and
hard to handle In an) thing liku a sea.
The Maryland and South Dakota
experimented In towing tho bttlls
eyo screen attached to a sailing
launch. Various lengths of tow Hue
were used and the launches towed
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COLORADO MAY BRING COVETED
NAVY TROPHY BACK TO PACIFIC
There la a uood clianco that Tho
general efficiency pennant, llio most
highly prized trophy In thu navy, will
conio back to the Pacific fleet. And
'.he Colorado Is the ship that Ih likely
to turn the trick, Ily making tho
best score of a Milp In the entire navy
at the autumn target practice, the
Colorado has one leg on the pennant,
mid If slio can duplicate he,r perform
ance ut Spring battle practice, tho
Paclllc fleet can ugaln claim the high
est naval honor.
General efficiency Include.) tho gnu
pointers' qualification practice, which
tho Colorado has Just won, engliieei
!ng competition for fitness and eco
nomy and Hprlng battlu targot prac-
,1.,, Tlm otilo tli.it u Itiu tlm llr I.
name practice U considered to have
I tha Inside clianco for the pennant.
s-j-'; -!! --
his success Is .i murco of gratification
throughout the fleet. The oidnuucu
olflcer or tho Colorado, In whom much
of the credit Is due, Is Lieutenant
Two years ago tho general efficiency
! nnnnnnt wnn won bv the Maryland
commanded by Hear Admiral, then
fuptaln, Thomas. It was taken last
year by thu Delavvaro, uml was car
lied tin tuo way across ine comment
i . . .... ... ., .
.hy n voteran guiltier of the Marvlatul,
'whoso oxpeuaes wero defrayed by a
CAtiMtelittpiJ I'rese Clliift.)
LOS ANGELES, CaU Dec. &.
James 0. McNamara, confessed dyna
miter, was today sentenced to San
Quentln penitentiary for life and his
crother, John J., secretary of the
structural Iron workers, to servo a
fifteen year term, following their
change of picas to guilty.
To avoid possible danger from
mobs, the men were smuggled to a
'different court from that where the
(trial has teen in progress.
Judge Walter Oordwt.ll, in pro
nouncing sentence, said that the men
deserved the maximum sentences, but
that the celmency shown is due to
considerations other than merit.
It waj learned today that James B.
McNairfafa's confession In brief waa
placed 'In' a . suitcase with dynamite
limed to explode, and that all was
intended not to kill, but to damage.
(Hpulal It nl let I li Cable.)
LOS ANOCLES, Cat., Dec. 5 A
heavy vote is being cast today in the
mayoralty election in which Job Har
riman, the Socialist, is running against
Mayor George Alexander.
(Special llullntln Cut.lc)
LOS ANGELE8, Cat, Dec. S
Judge Bordwell today denied that the
speech of Lincoln 8teffens, the author,
in favor of the Golden Rule as ap
plied to business, had anything to do
with the arrangement for the McNa
general subscription among onicers
and men, nnd personally delivered to
'.ho new holder.
It Hie Colorado wins It bick to tli(
P.icldc, tho receipt of tho' ieniianl
will bo niado a ceremony throughout
thu entire fleet.
This evening the Hawaiian band wll'
play ut the Moana hotel compliment
ary to (leu. Murray, dipt. Merger hat
arranged tin excellent program and
with the moon ut Its dest, the Moana
Hotel grounds will be the must at-
ttuctly) spot In town.
Tho police are Investigating n re
port that Henry Young, n passenger
arriving by tho Inst Sierra, was drug
ged and robbed of $.00 last Friday
evening, lie says inai several stinori
Jumped Into a hack that was cirrylnv
him and sometime about 11 o'clock
ho was robbed. The police are not
sure, howevor, but that ho was hav
ing too good a time and lost his mo
ney. H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
Plain, matter -,of faet advertising,
given good display dally, builds confi
denco in storet and merchandise.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Aroused h tl.e leeltal of depravity ":
nmong iinfnilun.ite p. Ha of Honolulu,
Kalil to be directly due In tenement'
hciisu romlilloiis, a home for girls is
planned lij a nuuihor of public-spirit- '
ed women of II. Is cltv.
Tho new movement for the duller
incut of the condition of g rls of len
der ago whose Juvenile lourt record
attests In tlm lives they are leading,
Is said to he tho direct result ot a
paiier read by Judge William U Whit
ney before the Co'Iege Club several
weeks ago. Judgi Whitney told ot
conditions ns he knew them lo exist
and the pictures of horror which do
painted, not only filled his listeners' '
ft Id righteous Indignation, but arnub
ed a number of llietn In action.
Tho first meeting at which plans
for the alleviation of suffering 'auiotig
young girls wero discussed, was at
tended dy Mrs. i:bn ljvv, Mrs. J, It. '
Halt. Mrs. V. M. Swunzy, Mrs. Oood
hie. Miss pipe nnd Miss Lucy Adams,
the latter Ixjlng the hostess or a lun
cbcon nt tho OutrlBgefVluirvvhlcli
preceded tl)o meellng. , Thu second
meeting was of n morn general tini
iiro, the mailer having come up for
llscusslon nt the College Club last '
Plans havo not yet readied ahead,
'ml It Is projioscd that (ho capacity
Jf the Kalulanl llouiu bo Increased
by building nil addition ami that tho
iew Institution bo inalntaluci under
the iiusplccs of the King stieet homo.
While the general alms of the pro
losed homo will ho iniieli the same as,
hose which lusplro llio maintenance
or the I! Iris Industrial lliiiue, It will1"
differ In detail, llio two not conflict-'
lug in any way owing to the breadth
if the llelds. ,l
It Is proiosed to bring un expert!
here to take charge or the detail work'
connected with thu establishment of
ho new homo, Mrs, (i.'ilt is In com-"
munlciitlou with a (')ilcugo woman
-;ho has had wide experience In this
Ine of work, and Miss Ponj has writ-!
en to another. It Is anticipated that
inswers will do received within a
few weckB and that ono or the oilier
nay lie induced to take up the work
Meanwhile Interest and enthusiasm
Are Increasing. Several pon,oiis davo
aignltled u willingness lo suhkcrihe,
sums or money nnd it Is believed that
when the mailer Ih presented for pud
'ti roiisldurattnii the heartiest en-operation
will be met, .
RED CROSS WORK
Kdilor D vti it I n b Hull ol in:
Oeui Sir- As la now welt known to
ninny of the renders of your paper,
tie Chinese of Honolulu and ot thu
I'trrltor) as will uru carrying forward
iiiiikI iiitliul.illcally u campaign for
.be ruining of funds lo bu forward
l to tile lied I'riwM yochty in China
In aid the wounded, nick mid desti
tute In that iniiiitry nt this critical
time in Its history -'
Our C'lilneso friends aro only too
glad to meet, so far un It Ilea In their,
power, the urgent demand of thu hour..
If, however, there should bo those of
otlur nationalities who would bo
pleased to imslkt In tills noble work,
of philanthropy, their gifts will bo '
must gratt fully received. Should you
deem It advisable to give un oppor-1
t ii nl t j- to mil 1 1 to uld by sending their
donatluiis to jmir paper, publishing'
dally fur n week or two to come, their1
names in )our columns, such ciniiteayi
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