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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5103.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, PECEMBER 8, T9T11. 12 PAGES.
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BATTLESHIP MAINE BLOWN OP FROM OUTSIDE
NO PREFERENCE FLIGHTS FOR WHARF
I'cllllnn fin (ho reappointment nf
13. It. Slnrksbto n collector of ens
tniim tins I ice n Ktnrtcil mill Alexander
& Baldwin Is tho first iiiinio on tho
Oilier naniCH Inclmlo C. Urowcr U
On, . Hnrkfcld & Co, Then. II. D.i
vlcs ft Co., Illshop & Co., J. M. Dow
Kett nuil llio Honolulu Iron WorkH.
Tho canvas Iiiih not boon extensive
up to ilnlc, lint Ilic beginning la con
Hlilcrcd to ho excellent.
That he nuvcr found tiny mosquito
I. u mic In li.iiiuniiH, but (tint ho found
plenty of iiildgo lurvae, w1tlci tho lay
iii.iii might Itilslaku fop inosijulfo hir
Mic, was llio main cvldcnco brought
out thlK inoriilUK from Olio II. Svvc
zc, acting entomologist of the plaiit
tis' experiment station, during his ex
amination before Judge Whitney In the
riiciill Court by Hurry T. MIIIh. MIIIh
In plaintiff In the mill for mi Injunc
tion against tho lucnibcis of the Hoard
of llenllh mill of tho iltlzens' sanitary
iinniiiltteo to stop llicm cutting his
biiiiaiiiiH ilnwii, mid ciillcil thu ento
mologist iih one of IiIm inuln witnesses.
Under i riiin-oiiiinlniitlon by Deput
Attorney ficncrnl li W. Sutton, huvv-
OMf, Swccy iidinlttiil that when ho
e miiiiIiiciI n lianiinu iiliint ho pulled the
haves olT nml allowed thu water to
drain mvny Asked If lie hail over
caught any of this water In u bucket
he said Hint ho hud not, but that he
hiiil looked Into llio water held by tio
leif to see If there wcio any mos
in ltd larvae, there.
MIIIh Innk Hvvew-y throuqli Ills rcgu-
lar course of examination, starting
inarlhally from the time the witness
was burn mid coining down to tint
(Continued on Pago 3)
Objections rained by monio members
of the Territorial board of Immigra
tion to features, of the mustructlon
if the new liiiinlKrnpt-reicMiiff Mil
lion at the foot of Aluken 'street will
i ouio beforci u board meeting to bo
In Id Minn.
A warm session Is In prospect, for
at least ono member bellevcM that
the board should not accept tho ftneo
that surtoimds tho station on tha
gionnd, that It Is not according to
specifications In tho matter of tho Join
ing or tho plpo-supports, or, If the
fence Is nccepted.Jt should not bo on
the orlglnul term of the contract.
Whllo some members of tho board
urn satisfied with the new station,
otlnrs are not, and tho henltliy dlf
fereiuo or opinion thus arising prom
ises to malic the next session of the
boanl nn Interesting bne.
f ANsnclntcd Tress OiWn.)
BERLIN, Ger., Dec. 8. The Reich
stag hat dissolved.
H. E. HENDRICK
Acting Agent '
Corner Merchant and Atakea Streets
IS THE FINDING
Spclal Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, DEC. 8 THE JOINT ARMY AND NAVY
BOARD APPOINTED BY SCCRETARY OF THE NAVY MEYER IN CON
JUNCTION WITH SECRETARY OF
THE WRECK OF THE BATTLESHIP
OFFICIALLY REPORTED THAT TH MAINE WA8 BLOWN UP FROM
THE OUTSIDE, EXPLODING THE MAGAZINES.
The itllvl.il bo ml of lniilry, ulimc findings proinlo tlin biggest mili
tary sensation of the enr, Is composed of ltrnr-Ailinlrul Charles 13. Vreo
Imiil, lieuil; It. M. Wjitt, chief constructor of the imy; Colonel William 1
lll.uk, president of the army board charged with the duty of raising the
Maine; Cotnnuindcr Joseph Slrnus, power expert of the liay, mid Cnn
iiiiinikr Charles Hughes, recorder of tbe bnnrd of Inspection of ships. They
were liiKructeil to "rind nut everything Oct nil the facts."
w'heiher or not tho bonus HyjsJciiicJoscri. Secretary Smith Bjd Unit ltN
jtinuguratpd wu'iiu years TnJITAlty I hi. wan- imio of the' most Interesting" noil
planters of Hawaii iih aid toward muk-liiHtriictlvo ct hcid. "Tho papcra tin,),
lug labor conilltloiiH moro atnblo U'dlscuHillouK uro of an Increasingly
now to bo cnntlnncd will ho nettled h) higher-class and tho iciortK this year
llio trusteed or tho iilant.CN' ns&ncla-wcro very Instructive," ho ald.
linn. Tho hchkIouh eiuno to u close The Improvement of living comll
joKlrrday with tho boiiim pldti not'do-tloiiH nmonir tho plantation labororH
cldcd upon hut referred t llio tru-was nl.so iIIhciishciI and itiirlng Itie?
tees. year to como many plJiitnlloiiH. will
During Uic next jcir tho trinlcei ninke big utrldes In HiIh direction. In
will liao sovernl luio;tnnt labor nnt fact, ovory effort will be. nndo toward
tern to Bcttle. Bccrclnr) W. O. Hinltl giving labor nilerjitatu coinpenKatlon,
of tho iilantcm' iikkocIuIIoii riiIiI thli'he host of tic.itment and chnncoa tor
morning that strong cffortH uro to liutlio futuro.
mailo along llio lino of 'eipmllrlng Secretary Smith Raja that reports
(otiipciiHiitlnn and kindred liiiilterH.tihow that a good deil of rann pntl
AltemplH, will ho made In lnlnlinlr.ecnlarly on parts of Hawaii uhoro nr
as far ns rfi"Klhlo thu final lug InliorlUlclal Irrigation l not needed, Is now
population, and to co Hint tho 1 iliotbelng handled by tho contract Hjnteni,
Hiipply of each plantation Is kept nt nshowlng that Independent plantera on
inoro Hlaldo into. a mnull urate aro making good.
Commenting upon the kokrIcii JiikI (Continued on Page S)
MILITARY HOSPITAL SITUATION
HERE TO BE STRAIGHTENED OUT
When Colonel Kbert. chief medical
officer of tho Western Division, Ball-,
eil frnn Honolulu, ho cirrlcd with
htm data iclatlvo to tho establish
ment of a largo army hospital near
Just lieio this hospitnl Is to he
located, and what lis classification U,
to ho. Colonel Kbert would not statu
positively, hut It Is generally under
stood In borvlco circles that Kurt
Shatter Is tha slto picked.
Army officers nro now asking each
ether tho nuostlon whether It will ho
n post or u general hospital. Colonel
r.hcrt's ordeiH were most vague, ho
being directed to Investigate niid rec
ommend u site for "a. largo hospital."
Following tho sensational state
ments ntado jcslcrilny by tho wit.
ncsses for tho defense In the raso bo-
lore tho Policial court In whlrh Ser
geant John A. McMahon Is rhnrged
with the murder or A. N. Cedorlof,
tho civilian clcilc at I,ellehua"tho pro
secution this morning brought In evi
dence In rebuttal with tho Intention
of pinvlng that tho statomontH made
by iMrs. McMahon are not true, she
having given previous testimony be
fore a military honrd.
WAR 8TIMSON, TO INVESTIGATE
MAINE IN HAVANA HARBOR, HA8
It Is n mattor of mninont to the Do
partment of Ilnwalt what class of hos
pltal Is built. The present military
hospital at 1'oit Shatter Is a post af
fair, and as such is directly under tho
post commander, so nt this tlnio there
Is tho somowlitit unusual situation of
a major, the senior medical officer of
tho itopailnicnt, being subordlna'o to
a cnptaln, tho post commander. In
the present Instance everj thing !s
working smoothly for both Captain
Frocman nnd Major Kennedy aro effi
cient and tactful qmccrB. This might
nol ntways bo tho case, hovtovor, anil
It Is the gquornl opinion of woll In
form! officers that tho department
should have a general hospltul, under
tho cinitnutntlng general.
IS If ATTACKED
Willed StatcB Attorney Rohort W,
Ilreckons placed on 'tho stand wit
nossos who testified that MrB. McMu-
lion mndn statements hefnra thorn tho
dny following tho shooting nnd tho
fiict of vvhlch sho donled with ono
exception during tho tlmo sho was on
tho stand yesterday. During tho
morning sevoral points wcro argued
out as to tho right of tho prosecution
lo bring In Btich ovldcnco In rebut
Inl. Attorney l.nrrln Andrews who
(Continued on Pago 4)
( Assiiclitlfsl Press Catiln.)
LOS ANGELES, Cl, Dee. 8 Ortle
A. McManlgal, tho (confeieed tool of
the union dynamiter, today bared to
the Federal grand jury the secrets ol
tho union gangster. Hi's testimony
was concluded today.
A prominent railroad official was
called to testify to the tracing of the
dynamiters by detectives and railroad
WANTED TO TELL FACTS
(Mixel.it Till Met In t'ablo )
SAN FRANCISCO, C.I., Oec. 8
Labor Leader Clancy and other San
Franciscans have been subpoenaed to
appear before .the Federal grand jury
at Los Angeles and testify In tho dy
(AsniclatNl Press KaMO
SEATTLE, Wash, Dec. 8. Robert
Hopkins, former clerk in tho Federal
Court here, hat been Indicted. by a
Federal grand Jury on tha charge of.
I If lianM ! . f f u !
Tna.ssiing 9 io,wuw in noun !., nap
kins has wide socialism! political con
TRY TO GET
(AssnolHted Press Cstile.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 8. 8ub.
poenas were issued today on behalf of
tho sugar investigating committee to
beet farmers for refutation of tho tes
timony of the sugar refiners which it
regarded ae unfair.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Dec. 8.
Two hundred men wero drowned in
the river Volga today by tha collapse
of a bridge.
CHORUS GIRLSAYS SHE
WAS LURED BY STOKES
NEW YORK, N. Y, Dec. 8, Lil
lian Graham, former chorus girl,
charged with shooting Millionaire
i Stokes, testified on the stand today
that Stokes had lured her to a Ken-
I iuhh i.rm, one Became nysiencai
'while giving testimony.
REYES IS FLEEING '
TO THE MOUNTAINS
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Dec. 8. Gen.
Bernardo Reyes, the leader of a rebel
lious Mexican faction, Is believed to
be fleeing to the mountains of Mexico
BIG TOBACCO SALE
ENDS GROWERS' WAR
LEXINGTON, Ky, Dec. 8 Tho
noted Burley tobacco pool today end
ed the tobacco war by selling eight
million pounds outright to tho Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
RAN FRANCISCO, Cal , Dec. 8.
Ileets! XX analysis, 16 2 1-Id.; parity,
6.46c. Previous, quotation, 16s. 3d.
ORTIE McMANIGAL, WHO
BARED DYNAMITE SECRETS
- . t; JSraJTfi
am' am aV.'aaitititititititititititititiW 'J ,M jflamamm
A four hundred foot land frontage
at tho corner of Fourth and Fifth nvo
ntics on tho Wnlulao mud has been
purchased by the trustees of tho
King's Daughters Homo, the price
paid being (4000. The property has
n back width of 225 feet. One-halt of
the land was purchased through tho
Trent Trust Company, which gener
ously donated Uh commission. Tho
other half was purchased direct from
tho owncrMr. Hobert Scott of tho
Honolulu Iron Works.
The property was paid for In cash
J NM AND MARNE
Working Party Goes to Start
A working party In command ol
Lieutenant Utley, adjutant of. tho lleet
murine battalion, will pitch tents on
tho peninsula at I'enrl Harbor tomor
row morning, mid eoninieiicu tho work
or IhiIiik nut and tilting up Camp
Cowles. lty Monday inornlng the cninpj
will bo ready tu recelvo tho 350 men
who will occupy It for the next three
tub wnrsuiK puny win '" "
trip to thu encampment slto on thn
Nuvajo, going nt tho sunn, time as tho
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Inspu tlon party r the Cslirornlus of-
fleers. Tluru Is much to ho dono In
tho way of preparation for the sborol
schooling of the lleet marines, nnd two
days Is none Ion long for the. Job.
Wtiter pipes liavu to bo Iain to llio
head of ciuh company strict, shower
baths set up for tbo use of men nnd ment. If thn channel Is considered
Dtttccrs. and sanitary nrraiiKenicntslrindy, tho California will go In If It
While there tun no roads lending to
tho peninsula site, the ground Is all
linn anil fairly level, nnd, outsldo of,
the fact that thero Is practically no
recreation for tbe men when oft duty,
Camp Cowles Is advantageously lo-
cutyd, . -
BUY HOME SITE
and the deal has left the directors
without funds with which to proceed
with the now building. They nro an
ticipating some, donations nt Christ
mas tlnio and nro especially desirous
that tho general public ho acquainted
with tho facts. New quarters nro
needed very badly Indeed, and with
ono stepping stono reached In tho
purchaso of an adequate building site,
those at tho head of tho work uro san
guine concerning the raising of other
necessary funds. Small donations
will ho thankfully received.
Tfl pFM HARBflR
Inspection Party to Examine
Whether IVarl Harbor Is ready to
ren le ilccp-ilriumht warships will bn
di iriiilii(.l tomorrow morning, when
mi lmpe lion party, Including Captain
lliirlmv of the California, Lieutenant
1 Mmiiiinitler Mcf)mill. navigator of
tm, h,,!,!,,, h,i Lieutenant (luylnr,
civil uiglneer In charge nt tho work,
will take observations from tho naval
"' N'lvujo Tho position of ranges
lM..ltiiitm vine... lnm..j Oil mnsliu
111 II' I lll'I II ll "'I III J MMUjn II ll'l llliiinn
will be carefully noted, mid. If In the
opinion or llio nlllccrs the channel Is
wifely navigable, the California, with
tho coiumnnder-ln-oblef or the fleet on
the bridge, will be tho first ot Uncle
,lln ha r,nr.
Admiral Thomas Is very anxious to
take tbo t'ullfornla In, but he would
pot bo In Ills present high position If
jio was tbo sort of officer to let per
sonat Inclination outweigh good Judg.
Us considered risky, sho will tny out
t The fact that the harbor entrance Is
not olllelully buoed makes some of tho
California's olllcers dubious ns to Its
navigation The ranges set up to
check olT the dredging nre reliable
marks, however, nnd roubl bo utcd for
la)Ing tho course.
That the hoard of harbor commis
sioners has no legal power to enter
Into an agreement with the I llio Rail
road company other than ns to the
bare statement that the commission
will build tiie whnrf and tho railroad
uimpany will run tracks to It, waa the
derision of the board at a special
meeting held this afternoon at 2
o'clock. As a ronsequenco thu agree
ment proposed by tho I llio llallroad
company linohlng preference rights
Is to he laid nn the table. A similar
course Is taken with the agreement
proposed by the luter-lsland company
to take tho place of tho railroad com
Tho commission will make a con
(Continued on Pago 2)
Delay In getting tho report of the
special committee on a site Is now
holding hick action on tho proposed
commercial building, and tho site com
mlttco Is held back by tho difficult
problem of finding u slto to recom
mend. Chairman V. It. Castlo of tho gen-
oral committee said jesforday that he
hoped for a report from tho Blto com
mittee this weok, but members of the
commllteo havo found It u very diffi
cult problem to get tangible facts and
figures on which to report. Tho down
town plots of ground, suitable In clzo
and location for tho now building, are
very limited and it will he perhapi
two weeks longer before tho site cim
nlttcn can make a report such as It
vilshes to submit.
Tho sites under most popular con
sideration aro '.ho Mclnorny brother'
property, at the corner of King and
Klshnp street, thu Illshop plot owned
by tho Illshop cstato at King and
nishnp, tho Hi st National Dank slw
nt Illshop and Merchant streets and
the Sprcckols ptnperty on Illshop and ,
Merchant on iCna of tho Associated
The new Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion steamer Kllnucn will drpurt on a
special cruise at S o'clock this even
ing, taking a representative body of
sugar planters, capitalists und profes
Tbo Kllauea will proceed to Kallua,
where the party will tako automobiles
for an over In ml trip, Including ,u brief
stop at the volcano. A special train
on the illlo Hallway will convey the
travelers to Illlo, where they will re-.
Join thn Kllauea on Sunday afternoon,
(Continued or Page Z)
Tho string orchestra of the U, 8, 8.
Colorado will give a concert this.'
evening on tho grounds ot tbo Moana
hotel at 7;.10, to which all, strangers
nnd tovvnfnlk nre Invited. This or
chestra has tho reputation ot being ,
one of the finest in the service.
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