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From Sun Franelseat
Knrrn . December 12
For San Franeiacoi
I'lilnu Oct ember 8
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Xcaliiulla Jiniinry 2
Plain, matter of fact advertising,
given good display daily, builds eonfl-'
dence In store and merchandise.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5101.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19M.12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUGAR TARIFF IS SAFE NOW
NO REVISION POSSIBLE AT PRESENT
REVISE SUGAR AT
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(hiwclit H ii 1 1 1 1 n (Virrespomlenre )
WASHINGTON, Doei fi There
will Iip no perfected legislation sifTcct
Ing llio sugar sihedulo during Hid
:iext session iif Cmigrem Tho liMtlng
ihMh would tin enormous tint noth
ing In Hut illrectlon cm ho iictom
pllslipil Ah the sltinllnn stands 1'ieshlpiit
Tuft Ik unalterably opiosoil to tho
lowering n( any tariff iliillc until fur.
in.il rrroniincnil litems line been m ulo
Ii the Tn r Iff lloinl, with n ropoil
Indicating the results of .1 llmiotigh
nml sclintlflc ln CHt iRiit Imi Ho lias
for montliH nnnotinccd at at cry op
portunity Unit no downward iel,sUin
miiBt he iindortnkcu until llio prcch'c
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Humors of furthor clashes lictwejon Is lesptifcd hy tho 'soldiers. who feol
tinoillum gingar-op Honolulu and mm-Jh.it they W'not nfo from utluck te
I'lers and mirlnes woro general this !ho streets of Honolulu, i j
:i"inilnp, nifd tdmo'tn a cllnnix (w!ici
the II ul lo-jjn as Infoniicdj-from
Tort Shafterithat. a liuiirh nfitliolSliaf?
ter men will bo In tho city tonight
cad) to "clean out"' tho gangs that
liae lately been jumping soldiers,
stllom .ind marines and betting them
The light at l'ahca Hqiliro lnt
iilghl was almost 11 dlrott icsiilt, II
npptais, of tho murder of IVmor
Fthonlcy, tho Fort Hugnr man who
was found dcid In Nmiiiiu stream,
The fact Hint tho pollrj havo failed
to II in 1 whit hi who mused tho death
TELLS PLANTERS MUCH
GOOD WATER WASTED
Water Chief W I Martin, head of
tho water irfnmces braiiili of the I'
H, (lenlnijriil Hurte, in 11 striking, t-tlic-polnt
iiildi'ess bcfniu ,le sutar
plinlirs Biilhcrcil In (tiiuu.it stislmi litis
iiioiuliig, presentpd faels and llgures
to them showing 1111 cnoriiintii wsbto
or Irrigation water In plantation
(iolng fiirtlur, be polnteil out In 11
tleir, IobIiiiI way bow Hawaiian sugir
men tan sawi proluilily millions "f dol
lars lij gittlng grmler oillilcncy out
or Ibelr Irilgatlng operations, nml lio
plnlgprl ids rooperullon, bulli pirsoif
nllj iiinl nlllt lally, mid that of bis
I1r111u.l1 of the riilerul win lie, In aid
ing llio (Mubllsliimnt of new Irrlgn
t Ion methods mi far as handling water
thtoiigl illlihia, ly pipe-lliHs nml
piimpliig stntlnus Is inncerncd.
What Ilic walir eblif bad to sn was
IIsIpiipiI to with ilosof.1 nttrntlDIi by
tint nasi nihil il plantation men, ami
that III the main they agritd with
Mill was cd('lt bj thn biarty lip
pliiisu bo rceelu-d, us will as tho 'a
ornldo (ominPi'its on his talk inailo
iillirwaid by 11 lunula r of iromln lt
Cjilif .Martin, lntioducii by f'resl
ibnt Hwuiuy, opiMinl with a brief siim
mnrj of tin- work of his brancli of Mm
shims and thin proemlcd to tell of
muni exprhwnts and iiieasiireiiunts
Inj and his men hit 10 mailo of Irriga
"As 11 lesiilt, In apparently tho moot
Important point of sugar prnduitlnti
lure Hint of wattr Hiipplj I 11 m on--linliuil
to Iii'IIomi that u startling In
elllcliney exists," bo said Telling of
wimo of tho mensurements ho had
iiiaile, lio stated that ho bad found n
uili r loss tbioiigb spppago of as high
as fortj -tin ee per cent In thirteen
tiillih of an eighteen-mile ditch, nml
that the total loss was piobnbly sixty
per cent In another iase, on n very
conditions arid (lip exact amount (,f
Miialllo nnxllfloitlon hau been Indl
ean, hy tho Tariff Hoard.
It wiib for thlH reason and no oth
or tho I'rcBldent vetoed tho hills pass
ed hy Congress nt tho extraordinary
f-csslon reducing duties on wool and
cotlon, wllli n free list mensuro and
other changes ndded. Ho did not nr
guo that tho basis of chnngo was 1111
leitHonahlc, hut stood hy tho ono pm
liiKltlon that tho Tariff Ho aid could
lot rejKirl tio result of Its Impiliy
Into tho wool linlostrv until eat I) In
I'ecctnher. Ho took tho samo view
rignidlug cotton nml other Hems In
cluded in the downward revision.
It was round nbsoliitol) Impossllilo
, (Continued on Page 4)
Tho It 11 1 lofl h'Wh, rcallulily In.
formed this mottling that. If U10 lioodj
lulu's faro iiot ftcnnefii nu( hy tho po-
lire, tho soldiers front every fort nml
post on tljo Island will tako luind.
This information renchel tho Hullo-
tin not as a thro it hut ns n simple
tdntcment of fact from a man station-
r at ono of tho forts,
That tliu safety of tlin cnmmunlt)
vvniill bo best sorted If army nn I
linvnl guards ,110 stntlcued on the
strpets of Honolulu dirlng tho slay
of tho Tne'llo fleet In pmt, with tho
(Continued on Page 3)
P'lin illteh. lie had fotiuil llilrts-fnur
per lent loss in 11 ipiarter of a mile.
Another bus was eighteen per c,cnt, In
11 very short liugtli of iiitib
lio tiltklzed, tlioiigh In n kindly
was'. tb wilr systems In tiso In the
Tirrllnry, dei luring Hist probably set''
euts-ll" per (int wero built by men
who did not understand them Ho said
the mw Hiimakiia dllill weir Is tho
In si bo lias si 1 11 111 thn Territory.
Aftir pointing nut Inelllelencles In
Irrigation dlti lies' and pumping sys
tems, lie presented his plans for rem
edslng (oiidltlons, nml In rn again bis
pirns wero brief and purposeful.
Ho propoxed tho establishment of
Koine nrgnuliil sssleni of measuring
Hie water and of Inning the seepago
to the (ouipiratUely rmall portions of
Hie dlti lies Hi it lie thinks nro respon
sible o propoies also tho develop
ment of the reseruiir ss stems, to con
serve tho wntir inoro geiurally "Tho
present water supply of tho Islands em
lie minlo to imir er' niiirli more land
(Continued on Page S)
- .wniiuit.w, IIHIMAS s,
10 hkiiih: soon.
WASHINGTON, Nov 27 Tho
noxt calendar year will work
havoc with tho uctUo list of
lloni-AdmlfnlB In tho Nitty, No
4- less Hum live of them will bo
retired on account of ago: as
follows- Chnuncoy Thomas, W.
I' I'ottor, 8. A. Staunton, A V.
Kino and N 12. Mason.
All of thoso ofllcors now hold
! important posts, so there will bo !
homo diolco vacancies In bo tilled
bs Junior ollleers
PHOTOS TAKEN ON BOARD
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captain Harlow (left) and general macomb
allfornla't captain telling an amusing incident of shipboard Ufa to fie
'Tills Is 1111 renlr In Hnnoliilu, not
guiiil-bse," wilil Major-Oineral Arthur
Murray this morning, us be passed up
the gangplank of thn Wllhclmlmt this
morning "1'ni had one of thn busiest
ultbnugli one of tho pleasantest mouths
In 111) arms diner right here, and 1
want to wis definitely that nothing
that tnubl line iiddtd to the pleasure,
of the vlst wills left undone"
Clemrnl Murray did not bate much
to add to what the II 11 1 let In pub
IInIipiI on tho return of the army and
lint) ollleers from t lie ir joint. inspect
Hon of tbci Ouhii toast. '
'Vou have published e erythlng that
can bo glt.n out at the present time.'
be hi Id to (the Interviewer. "You nut
rradllysin that It would bo blRbls'ln
district fori mo to give nttny the.loca
tlon of the) mortar batteries, or their
stringtlinut the present time. Moro
troops? Certainly moro fortllhutlons
will ineun inore troops, but Jiiht liow
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IIIN1IJ lll IV III I,,,IIL1 ,1111 Wl.
"I don t know Just when 111 Is: back
NO EXTRA TAX
That llio dopattniont of educitlon
will liavo to get along with tho li'illd
Ings It tins at tho present tlmo and
that tho countv cannot raise any ui'i - e -
tioy by oxtru taiatlon until 1913 Is tlui,
opinion of the, Attorney (Scleral .Alox-
under I.lndsuy, Jr. -
Tho matter was tqeently taken tip
by tho department of oluoitlon as to
nnmo extra, schmils Hint wore hid y,
needed and It was thought that tho
county could ralfu tho nocotsary mo
ley by extra taxation The fpiostlmi
vas put up to tho nltorney gonnrul fir
mi opinion mid lio stutod that ho did
not think tho county could do nil)
thing In tho matter until 1911 whoii
1I10 law regarding extra (axes- would
Lome into fnrco In renllt).
Act 88 of the last leglslattiro pro
vides that tho Mipcrlntcnitout of edu
cation shall ptcpaio his budget hy Do
cemhor 15, 1912. This Is for tho cstl
tinted expanses of 1 mining
(Continued on Page 3)
NAVY OFFICERS TEST OAHU DEFENSES
FLAGSHIP CALIFORNIA BY BULLETIN STAFF CORRESPONDENT ON NOTABLE
again I kum.9lhnugh, tint It will be
us smut as I 11111 iirransu It, fur tho
fortllliatlons, of o Ii it urn the most
Interesting things I bate bad to deal
with fifr iniiny sears I know every
stone of them, and at some of them,
like I'ort Armstrong ner there, I drew
with my own pent II the design of tho
buildings as well as limiting tho guns
A great lallllnrs work has been start
ed here, 11 ml before inun) jears I hopo
to sen It tompleted
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enflfir.,rini'l tlie Island with Admiral
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Thoinns weio most tlmelj The army
got, some Miluable pointers from tho
nati'; uml speaking for my own pirty.
tho (rulso mule tho pleasantest sort
of wl)nl"iip to a pleasant stay"
' Resides (leiierat ami Mrs. Murray,
oth,T'n;inliers of the party to sail for
IhoTonst on the Wllhclmlna wprr
Oulonel Kliirt. chief medlial oltli er of
thn Wrstprn Division; Major ailmore,
assistant (oast defenso ofllcer, and
Captain Cralf of thn gem nil staff
INDORSE I. rs.
IDEA OE WHARF
In n letter to thn Harbor Commis
sion read nt lis meeting Hih aftor
nonn, Castle At Cooke, agents for ho
Matson Navigation (ouipnny, Indorsed
tho plans and proposed agreement
pilt forward hy tho Intnr-Island Hteuin
rnvlgntlon company for tho now llllo
wharf. Tho Indorsomont Is recorded
as u 'strong point In favor of those
I plans and tho now agreement.
3 NEGROES ARE
rAsnoclateil Tress Cabtr.)
CLIFTON, Tenn, Dec. 6-Obleot
ing because some negroos occupied
land near hero in defiance of the pro
tests of white people of the commu
nity, a mob today seised a neoressand
two negroes and burned them In a cot
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I Captain Carten flitted General
J comb, Captain Harlow.
MAJ.-GEN. ARTHUR MURRAY,
Scanning the lea shores of Oahu from
the California's bridge.
(AhHoclated Prtuu Cstilc.)
CHICAGO. III., Dec. 6. The trial of
the ten beef packers, charged In the
Federal Court with violating the Sher
man anti-trust law, began today, the
attorneys for the defense having fill
ed to seoure a writ of habeas corpus
or a stay of proceedings. A plea of
not guilty was entered for all ten.
REFINED IS CUT
(Associated Prnss Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dee. 6. Refined
sugar has again been reduced 10 cents
Auswus' thn man who buss trouble,
has 110 klik nulling If bo falls to get
his moms's worth.
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
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This w.na consul di with tho fleet.
After a delay of several da In get
tine together for thn ofllcla! call on
the commanUor In chief, tho repre
sentatives of foreign governments In
Honolulu made the visit In 11 li'idj at
11 o'clock this morning, and worn re
ceived with tho full honors duo them.
Including a Riiluto of nnven guns each
With Btich 11 largo delegation of ortl
clabloni coming aboard, llio salutes
strung out Into a rattle of gum that
sounded moro like tho iMimhardmcnl
(if tho elty thnn a more formal 'glad
'u hco j 011." The consuls ami consuls
general woro resplondaut In their di
plomatic unlfoims. and tlioru was so
much gold laco around tho nav) dock
during tho morning that even thn ro.il
passers tixik on a golden tlngo hy re
Tho following representing Hie en-
1, re consular fnrco of tho ell), wetu
(Continued on Page 3)
. NEW FORESTRY
j The morning sisslon of the planters'
association todns was takin up prln
Llpally with listening to un aldresS by
W I' Martin, Willi r chlif luro with
the geiilngluit surve). Ill fore thnnd
dress, Hut coiiiinltlie report on tultl-
viitlnu, utilization and Irrigation on
irrlg.itid plantations wns ubly pre
Kcntcd b- the chairman, Andrew
Adiuis, 111 miger of Kubiikii planta
tion, uml 11 t,ood dial of Interesting
dlsi ussliui ilevtloped. The report has
hem rev ii will ilscwhero by the nol
Tho principal feature othirwlso was
the adoption of resolutions hy tho
planters putting themselves on rec
ord us favoring tho plan of devoting
to reforestation nml forestry vvork tho
revenues now derived bj' tho govern
ment from thn lease of water riahts In
streams rising In tho forest reserves
This was ret unintended bs the forestry
committee In Its report, and the reso
lutions whin presented by A Horner
(Continued on Page 2)
rAM'iclttd Pnst Cable I
LONDON, Eng 0. 6 Premier
Asquitit announced definitely here to
day that tho House of Commons will
try tq pass a measure fo- boma ruta
for Ireland during the present session
(Fpeclal mil lot In Obl
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 8 Mayor
George Alenander has been reelected
over Job Harrlmin, Socialist, by a ma
Jory of 36,000 votes. It is estimated
that the women of the city cast 75,000
BY TIMES WIDOW
(Pprcinl nil I let In entile.)
LOS ANGELE8, Cal, Dec. 6 Mrs.
Sawyer, wife of one of the victims In
the Times explosion, today brought
suit for fSO.OOO against James B. Mc-
BEET SUGAR MEN
DID NOT PROFIT
(Siwlsl Rull tin Cable)
WASHINGTON, D, C, Dec. 6 W.
P. Witlett, tho sugar aapert, testifying
before the committee Investigating the
sugar trust, declared today that the
sugar bee met) have failed to profit by
the rise In the price of sugar, as this
year's o'utput was sold before the high
prices were reached.
, AGAINST SPRECKELS
(Pl.l It ill let In Cable )
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Dee. o The
grand jury has found evidences of
fraud in the collection of dutiee In the
McMahan, Tranklin ana Srtreekels
cases. It recommends tliat 8preckels
and McMahan be sued.
( Auiincliited Trm Cabts.t
PEKING, China, Dec. 6. Regent
Prince Chun has abdlcatsd. 8hlh
Ha-u, a Manchu, and Hsu Chi Chang.
Chinese, succeed him. The general ad.
ministration of affairs, however, re
mains in the hands of Gen. Yuan Shin
LYNCHING FOR REBeU
MEXICAN LEADER AND 8
(hf-el'il flu tint In CiWo.)
MEXICO CITY, Max., Dec. 6. -The
rebel leader, Jose Gomes, and eight
of his followers have been lynched.
Uprisings of a serious nature are re
ported at Oaxaca.
HA.N FRANCISCO, Cal, Pec. .
Herts. 8 S anulsls, 16s 0 3-tiL; pnrltyr
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