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iililiiyn Muni ...December
H Far 8an Franelaool
' t.urllno . ., December
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
MARINE BUILDINGS MUST BE HURRIED
SOUTH PORT DEAL
GOES; LUKA BACK
Th $3.10,000 Oral by which Ciinu-dluti-lhiKllsli
syndicate will I'uinu Intu
possession of Washington nl Fun
ning Islunds, news of which wiis Hush-.
i'l iiruuiiil the vtorld after It huh pub-,
llxbeil exclusively In the I) ul let 111 ui
few weeks ngo, li iiKisnred. TIih little
ul ner I.ukti, dipt. Frederick Mill
er I Mil late lust nluht from tliu
Smith Seas with Joseph V. Hiiywurd,
ripresintlug the ) ndlcutv, aboard.
The deal was made by Father 1WII
bIit iiihI the Hyndlciito subject tu "veil
ibir'H leport being substantially accu
rate," mid Mr. Huywiird. who went tn
the Islands to Inspect thign fur the f-yn-dh'iite.
Muled tu the II II 1 1 e 1 1 n tills
imiriihiK Unit he had verllled Father
Hough r's report made III Loudon, tint
tlm Islands unit their resources are lis
rcpiesented, n till that he h satlsllcd
with the Inlands. IIIh report will b
made tu the syndicate, mid ho Is con
lldeut that It ulll lit once take (ion
Mr. Hay ward outlines three verylm.
Iinrtiiiit featurex, one nf which will fol
low the consummation of tho deal. Tile
yndleate, ho believes. In order to bo
Kin the development of the Funning
Island port, will do one of three things:
establish Itx own xtenmer line to run
A nival station, a protected on-!
:and-locl(ed Itatbor with room sum
dent to llout a nutuher nf tho largest
vnr vessclii ntloat, iiiinicrous execu
tive ImlldlnRa and gieni woik suop
.. u.lilrli nmiM he eiiiiiliieted tho to-
i:iIih uf nn iKoluled Heel, Is it vision
which remain uppermost In tho mlnil
T Ihnso ut tho head or thu llfltlsh
giiveiitiueul, when Fatitilug Island, the
coral IbIiM to llio southwnid of Ho
nolulu Li under cimsldcratlon.
Captain Krctloi Irk Miller, the M-t-eran
navigator, owner of tho stauiicli
schooner l.nkii and oilier sailing ves
hels, returned from n tlilrty-flvo diiys'
cttilso thts morning during which
time l.o vlhlted Fanning and Washing
In tho lleet ami siiinptuously aji
poluled l.uku, Father nnimauticl Hon
gler, the qocoaiiut platjlallon ownei;
ninl copru inaguatu of the Sunlit Seas,
was n passenger tn Fanning.
In returning Captain Miller brought
An accident, which really didn't
ninnnnt to lunch more thiin lilt Incl
ilinl, oceiincd last Thursday to the
niilser West Virginia, lying nt-tho
ikimiI dock, but In tho Hurry mid ex-
eltemenl of tho Pen l' I Harbor opening,
llltlo attention was paid to It until tho
ordei lug by Admiral Thomas of n bourd
of Inquiry, (
' It seeitii that the .Maryland, In ma
neuvering tu tie up to the lil side
uf (lie naval dock. III the berth vacated
by thu ('iilifurnla, fouled tho port pro
peller uf the West Virginia, lying on
the Waiklkl side of tho dock. It was
u mere touch, barely bending one of
the bl.tdeH, mid no real damage was
done. The Muohind has lii-tiirnlng
screws, which makes her harder to
handle than her sister ships.
Huweir. according to regulations,
the cniunuiudir-ln-chlef has ordered n
board of Inquiry, which will convenn
Judge Itobliisott had u busy morning
In thu Circuit Cuittt today, when it
number of small cares were Ilulslted
off. A divorce wub giantcd Cnrnllnu
Ktiwehi from James Kuwehl, The
cmi'.ilu were married In 1S1I" but sub
ueqiietit lu the mart luge the llbullee
Hturted In In drink and ufter n lime
It glow to be u habit Willi him In
thrush his wife about und generally tu
li eat Iter unkindly Khu objected to
this und finally hud to put herself
ui'iler police protection.
It. C. ANIJHKWS la u through pas
senger In tho T, K. K. Shttiyo Mum.
He will visit many districts through
out the Far Hast lu search of spccl
liienu of Horn anil fauna.
C. 13, KING, one of Hawaii's super
vising principals, Is In the city un
I HtK Hill
MAKES MOVE; APPOINTMENT RUMORED
back mid forth tu Honolulu with malt,
passengers und supplies; .
Negotiate u contract with the Inter-'
Ixluiid or Home other company for reg
ular xalllugH tu ruiiiilug; I
Secure itrritiiKcment by which tho
Canadian-Australian liners wilt make
Fanning u regular port of cull.
Mr, Hay ward hud a very pleasant
stay at the Island uf nbout a fortnight,
und brought back a muiburned, healthy
look that shows the voyugu und outdoor
life have beneficent effects, llu ex
pectx to leuvo on tho l.urlhiu next
"I nm xntlxllcd with tho findings."
he xuld till murnliig In his upartincnt
ut the Young Hotel, "mid hnvo no
doubt Hint things will bo satisfactory,
to the owners.
me narnor is enputuo or nanu.-.ng
ever) thing but the biggest ships. It
lias ii i'.-foot depth, und noma dredg-
lug would hnve tu be done fur vessels .
driiulng more than that. Tho Islunds
hiiu line rexources, und, In fact, I feel
sutlstlcd the deal will now bo closed
up. Tho syjlfllcnto will take posses
sion at un early date, I, should xuy.
"It Is pruhaldn that the I.uka will
mnke another trip next month, carry
ing mull to the Islands."
J. W Ilnywauli .who represents n
wealthy Itrltlalr syndicate, ptui wits'
innde tho round trip to Fanning ntnll
Washington Islands- fur thu iiiirnose of
! effecting au exnpilnallou of tho copra
possibilities) as well us unking nn
analysis of the phnxphuto rock,
Luka Made Smart Passage.
The I.uka Is a line vessel when It
conies tu piling up the miles of salt
water behind her. Captain Miller re
ported this morning that he silled tn
Fanning Island In n few hunt's over
tl days. In returning the I.uka loft
Fanning on December Hlli ami was
well In sight of the llaw.ill.tii IhUiiiIs
yesterday ninl ciiiuu tn hor buoy in
the stream curly this in irnlng. the re
turn vnynge being made In thirteen
lays, Ihtough tho nastiest uo.it hoi
that it has been the Ill-luck of the
doughty skipper In experience In
many it month.
On arrival tit Fannlnir, Father llott
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In u few days, and which will take tho
usual testimony concerning tho colli-1
shin, su Unit It c.i u be forwarded tu tho
Repairs to Colorado.
Thu Honolulu Iron Works has been
given the work of securing tlm engine1
bed plates of the Colorado, which have
Jerked out of true owing to the loos
ening of u number of rlvits. The Col
orado developed n knock In her en
glues crossing from tbe Coast, mid hud
to slow down In consequence. Care
ful examination developed the fact that
no less than IS of the big seven-eighths
Inch rivets had worn nwjy. This was
rather too large u Job tn he handled
aboard, mid permission has Just been
received fiom the department to have
the woik done by the local concern.
Work will be commenced at onco, nnd
It Is believed Unit In n few days the
ciulser's engines will be In ns good
ropdltlou us ever
A lour months' quai amino for dogs
was lite period decided on by tho
hoard of agriculture ntiii fbrestty ut
Us meeting yesterday afternoon. A
fitrthet clause provides that If tho
veterinarian thinks It Is necessary lite
animals may bo kept In tjiinruntliio
for six months,
J. M. POI'31'01-3. utturney, nnd editor
of K Alalia Alan, was an arrival fium
Kiiltua this, morning.
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
; INQUIRY BOARD
A persistent rumor In Honolulu to
day Hint Coventor lYenr linn had soma
rieciit nxxiiranee tnnt he will bo reap- J
pointed wns heightened when he sent
for Norman II. Courtney, clerk nt clvle
Hnnltntlon headquarters, and Installed
him as prlvntu secretary. 1
It has been known for some tlnio
that the governor bus had Mr. Court
ney In mind for hlx secretary, to sue-,
cied ( II. Medealf, who resigned sumo
KM HAS FILED
ll ('. S. AMIKIIT.
(HhiIj lliilletlu Cm respond) nee.)
WASHINGTON, I). ('., Dec. 8. De-
clopmeiitR In thu Governorship con
tiovcrsy huo been hanging lire here.
There lias been no change In tho sit
uation since the arrival of Delegate
hnhitiluliaoic. It Is regarded us cer
tain that u conclusion will not be
PASTOR RUSSELL MISSION
I'nslnr P T. Itussell, cflch'rnteddents' Association. It was nuined ut 1
preacher of two contlnt uts, head of thethe tonvelitlou In Mar) land hist Hep
famous i l.onilon und llruolilyn tiiber-tember The committee lx to investl
natlex, arrived today fiom the Constgato inlrslou wuik" 1u every mission
ot .the Juer.jSJiliiyo Mprii, nccumpiitla'jid.i . rlV sfc.it ' H
uli'iUlltliotlier It itieiubers of tlm The cotniilltt elicit Kevv York ?ih !.
lomtullteo of seven thut Is sturtlngoutcembrr 3, und on the why to the Oust
on a gleut ruund-thi-vvoilil tour toln-Pastor Itussell addressed Iiiterniitlnn li
vcstlgutu forclKii missions. Illble Httidcnts' tncetliiKs ut Dallas mid
This committee Is goliu; ut the he-San Atiloulo, Te.; I.os Ailgvlei,
best of the llitemutlnnut Illble Kill-Fresno und Oakland. Unfortunately.
Declaring that acting under Instruc
tions front Mrs. John a. Cummins,
bo took her big Lnzler ear out tn
Twelfth avenue, and there burnt It.
(iciugo Spencei gavu evidence thli
morning in tuy case which is being
brought iigulnst hint for embezzlement
of tweuty-fivo dollars and which Is
being heard hefoto a Jury In Judge
Spencer was declared lint guilty
When placed on tho stand ns thu
llrst witness In the case for the 'de
fense. Attorney B, C. Peters gut front
hint tho fact that at tho pieseut tluui
he Is serving a sentence of four
'nuuthx, for burning the cur. '
Mrs. Cummins, Sjiencer stated this!
morning, arranged with him tu dtlvo
the car und was tu give hint twnly
five cents on the dollar. Admit p
week alter ho had been ill Iv Ing for
her she asked hlin to burn the car sn
Hint she could thu Insurance money
und buy n lighter cur for the rent
t-ervlce, which ho "ould also run.
Accordingly ha said he would and
then sho became worried aluut ho
Insurance policy with the von llutuui-
Young mid culled down a cittphi of I
tltnea Jttst'to examine It and sco that
t was all right. He took thu cir out the mall which came lu on tho Sliluyo
oho lilgnt iiml linncked the top oft Muni had been braught ah urd. Then
Ilia carbureter. When the miiclilno t,0 le.nler of the second illvlslnn
was well alight hu rang Up fur h?r steamed for llllo. rarrylnx hssldvs
mid told her to send word down tuner own isist the Christmas mall In
the, flro Btqtlon. letidod for the California. The hitler
She came out hetself nlmnst liiftue- shl will leave llllo for Honolulu us
iilutely afterwards and when she stw soon ns (he transfer of mall is .cotn
hlin. she asked htm. wns it much pleted. Tho West Virginia will bo
oiinit. He told her, yes, ami then Hack Christinas ovo or eatly-on tho
tho said for him not tu say anything morning of the 25th.
lu front of all tho people. She also Tlm West Virginia's trip to the Illg
isked him whether it was burnt bid- island Is more or an event for Illlu
ly enough fur her to got her Insttr- than the lslt of any of tho other
"i"-'" '"ey. cruisers, fur the reason that Admiral
1 " I Sottthorlaiul Is tho only ling ottlccr
Tho supply ship (llacler Is expected to take In Iho sights of Klhiuea on
l-cro on thu 22nd, having been nut tho present cruise. When out of sight
iibuttt seven days already from San of Admiral Thomas' acting flagship,
Francisco. The big cold storage plant lite Maryland, tho red two-starred
of the (llnclor Is filled, with Christinas flag of the Junior rear admiral will
turkoys for tho I'aclflc licet, and In lomo down nnd tl!o tiluo Hug will bo
(.nler thut the sailors may have lite run up on tho West Virginia, for Iho
usual holiday Bproad It Is Imper.i- lltst time during tho prosent cruise,
tlvo that tho ship arrlvo within the YeHtorday iiflornoon tho South Da
not few diijs. 13aeh crulsur hiought l-iita went for a short, lint tilojig the
lt own supply of Thanksgiving birds, roast, to adjust her compisseB. She
und tho (llacler follows with theretiirned to her niichorago In lite out
Chtlstiuau good tltlugn. er hat bur Just after dark.
TERRITORY OrHAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 1911.
weeks ago. and It was reported Hint
the executive would name his secre
tin)' lis soon as lie had xome dellnlte
wind from Washington that ho would
be reappointed. Consequently, when
Courtney wax scut for ut sanitation
headquarters today, ami. after u short
talk with the governor, took up tho
secretary's duties, the report that Froir
liiuf "heard from Washington" received
much credence. J
The governor hints. If, questioned
about tbe maltir by newspaper men,
leached Hill 11 ufter the expiration of
(lovernor Fi ear's term, Dect tuber 18.
Delegate Kalattlunaule bus paid an
other visit to Secretary Fisher, lie
Hied nn elaboration of hlx charge?,
made some time ago, giving especial
attention to alleged Inelllclency In ad
ministering the land Iiiwh.
Secretury Fisher renewed his ns-
Foul teen days' more quarantine for
the 1 sou. odd ImmlAriiuts who arrived
fiom Kurupe by the steamer Willi s
deti. As a result i.f tin outbreak of small
pox reported jcstcnlay, the detention
ptllud will be doubled, for tho first sUO
of tb ImmlKrants were to have been
released and taken tu the Immigration
This morning Dr. Carl Ramus, chief
quiiruntlna olllcer, held n conference ut
cvlc sanltutlon headquarters with
President J S. II. Pratt of the Terr I -
torlal Ilounl ut Health. Dr. McCoy and
Dr. Marshall. All agreed that no
chances can he tukcu uf letting small-
IS OFF FOR
The cttilser West Virginia, wlllt
Hear Admiral Soittherland aboard,
winked Iter wuy to the outer harbor
'Hrl' lM ""'"ilitB. "'"d lay In until
Advertising Gives Imiftediate
his JOBiYuan ForiBarracks
nierely said that he had heard nothing,
that probably tbe "President hadn't
gotten around tu It yet "
Mr Courtney bus been In Hawaii lint
n few weeks. He Is a Portland high
schoul buy with u business training hi
his father's lunibrr business In Oregon,
und ciime here literally seiklng his for
tune. He uttrueted favorable atten
tion from Dr. Ulne by Ids elllcleut work
In sanitation headquarters, und Dr.
I title. It Is sntd, recommended him as
ti gou.1 secret nry for the governor.
stirnnre that till those opposed to the
io-uppolutuient of tlovernnr Frear
shall have u full oppurtuuliy to pre
sent their objections. He Iiiih nut yet
Indicated any data for the hearings.
Another visit was made tu the
White House by the Delegate, lie
found the President unusually busy
ami dually left without seeing him.
the committee has no opportunity to
iirriitiiif a meeting lure, as the steamer
leaves this afternoon lit u clock.
The llrxl slop will be at Yokohama
und then the connnlllce will mi tn To -
klo mid on Mown tho niflu's-iTcTMsTIn
the I'lilllpphies. back to llhimkong, to
Slmrnpiire: India und un around tho
This trip may prove a sensational
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pox loose In Honolulu, nnd thut n fur
ther quarantine period should bo Im
posed of fourteen dayx, beginning yei-
tt relay Dr, Humus himself lx strongly.
In favor of this stip. I
The, quarantining for fourteen days!
more means mi iiiuruiuun expense uuiu
to the Immigrant ship's owners mid to
tho Federal quarantine service. It will
practically double tho cust to tho
steamship firm, making a total of
about 128.000, and will cost the Fed
eral service for guards, nurses, medi
cine, etc., something llko JS000.
The newcomers to Hawaii must spend
Christmas In quarantine, and the delay
In getting them out to the plantations
Is two weeks longer.
Ycslorday afternoon, McDtilllu wcnl
down lo ICvvu mid culled on Deputy
Sheriff Fernandez to consult about tlis
i scaped ptlsouer, lloililgues. He
found on his arrival that tho l'orlj
Itlcan, held there In custody byFet-
Iinllllna i.e. .i tm j I lit.. Illforlii.ini ti.i.l'
liaudcz as u possible Informer, hud
been teleased. Tills iirtlun un tho
part of tho Deputy Sheriff uf ICwu an
yeicil McDullle, as he hud expected to
eel first-hand liiforniation iibnut the
W'heteahouts of Itodilgucs
McDullle this inornitig reported the
vhole mutter to Shot Iff .Ian ell and It
Is expected that Chief McUtifllo und
Deputy Sheriff Fernutidoz will hu In
btrucled tu forget the past, and try
to rentier assistance tu each other lu
times of need. t
The whole trouble, It Is said, that
Fernandez lias been sure of tho visits
of .McDullle ut ICwit, wlieio hu raided
u number of lawhreakeis. Thin ac
tion on his part had evidently ills-
appointed Fernandez Hut, nn the
outer hntul, McDullle Is not worrying
GRAND JURY CALLED.
A call has been suddenly Issued fort
n meeting of tho Federal gtand Jury
SHANGHAI China, Dec. 19. With
the peac conference In section here,
it it announced that all the powers are
uniting in ottering friendly assistance
to negotiations that will end the revo
lution. Gen. Yuen Shiti Kai's personality Is
rf A nxhi nnliit.i 111. Ae,fahAMiA If am am
Dir. 1. decided uDon. it i. certain that."11' """'" "'' .'"" ""all not
Yuan will be reant. and will be Dreti -
dent of a republic if that i the form
of government that result.
It it admitted that the rule of the
Manchus is doomed.
TAFT SAID FOR
f AxxnclutM Press Cable.).
'j "",, u. v., u.c. ,-,
" etm.t meeting today it was r.
ported that President Taft has decided
to reeomm.nd , J.s,. !.!..
the wool tariff. The Pre.ldent ha, left' ';" """ 'ur'1 " ''a Ilnglueerlng
for New York. (Uimpaiiv. Ilonololii. JJ17.100; William
. . :. Klr. l.'olonulo Springs. Colo.. J1SI.-
SENATE DEBATES ON
TAFT'S TREATY ACTION
fAHxnctatet rrexx Catil.l
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dee. 19.
Senate today debated, over Pre
Taft's action in notifying Russia of the
proposed abrogation of the treaty with
tn. united states.
PACKERS' JURY COMPLETE
(Associated Press C.ilUe.)
CHICAGO, III., Dec. 19 the lury
that will try the Indicted beef packers
for violating the antl-trutt laws has
(Associated Press Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Dee. 19. John
Bigelow, famous author and diplomat,
died here today at hit home.
94 years old.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
BUILDING BURNS; 3 DIE
(Hpeclal llu I let In Cat !..)
CHICAGO, III., Dec. 19. The open
Board of Trade burned this morning.
Three stokers periihed in the disaster
and 10,009 guests in hotels adjoining
the buildina were routed. The records i
of the American Federation of Labor '
and a score of unions were destroyed.
IS GAINING GROUND
(Bpeelll Hut let In C.lhhvl
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 19. Re
ports are that the new Mexican revo
jlutlon it gaining ground. General Reyes
, believed to be operating In the north,
... r . ..
hat broken out in
DYNAMITERS ARE STILL
OPERATING ON COAST
(Special llu I let tn Cable.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 19.
Twenty-three sticks of dynamite have
0ten louna at the Home ol Arthur
Letts, a merchant.
HAN FItANClSCO, Cal.. Dec. 13 -Sugar:
90 degrees test, 4.74c I'tevluus
quotation, 4 SOc. lleets: bS analysis,
14s. 2 l-2d ; parity, C02e.
quotation, lis tni,
Up-tn-diite modern six-room house,
furnished or unfurnished. Terms It n uttendaiicu und play during Inlcr
requlred Aildress "K S", this of-1 missions. Army, Navy und society'
"l'- 11112-tf folk tiro extended u cordial Invltutlou.
Tho chief atsct of a merchant li (o
convince hit cuilomert that he It tell
Ing merchandise at fined prieet, and
making good on hit advertlied ttsle-menttt
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Spcl.il II ii I let I n Cotrcstsindenc,)
WAHHI.NliTOM. 1) C. Dee. 8. Tho
marine l.air.icl.s ami otlli era' quarters
nt Pearl Harbor iiiiM be constructed
The cl.it Ii must be cut to nt ",
I1"' "imtliir long .l.bi) tl.iou,;!, re-ad
viitlslug tor bids.
Such Is tbe determination reached
by I.leut -Pol. C I. Mi Pauley of the
Culled Stiit,s Murine Corps, who N III
chargu uf tbe propuxed Improvement
ut Pearl Harbor He has uuiiounceda
dtttriiihmtluii to mi switch the plans
und spvchicutloux a to nuke thu
uvvunlliig of contracts possible, j-'
Whin bids for the new buildings
were opviu.il heie on December , It
was round thut none of them ,cumo
within the appropriation, u- was hand
lcupcd lu such u manner as to make
u dlreit award Impossible.
TJicxe were the libNjtsjftbinltleir:
Totals, fijr all bulldluirx W. ,N. Con-'
.""" ' "' "u" rnncixc...
95S; Kpaldlug Coiiktructloii Company of
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WORTERIC USED AS
Commerce and Labor Public
ity Bureau Sends Out
Story of Case.
The following iiitlcb'ls of especl.il
significance because It Is being sent
out by thu oillcl.il publicity buroiu of
the Dep.iitment of ColnuuroJ nii.l Iji
bor. . The beading below Is that pre-
pared by the government writers,;
Flfly-seven Children Die hi Hlght
Weks on the llrltlsh Hteumer
Dtparlmeut of Coiumeicp nnd Uihor
Iinpq.es Heavy I'en.illles Upon
1'enaltles .aggregating $79il0 inte to.
,lu' hnposed by Ailing Secretary Ciblo
in ine weiiarimeui 01 uommirco anil
l.nbor upon the llrltlsh steamer Or
tirle. chrlrged with tlm wotst cite of
neglect of steerage pisivengers ever
hrought before thu depiirtmtut uiidir
the I'assmger Act of 1"iSJ.
Anionic her 1SI2 passengers there
were hi the eight weeks nf Iter vuvugo
r,s de-iths, S7 being rhlldrep; thrt births
numbered 14; the sees wire nut prop.
irly segregated during the larger ,art
of the time; tho ventilation of the ship
was Inadequate unit greutle Increased
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The inaliagemeut of tho Moana ho
tel Is giving a dance this evening in
honor of Ail nil nil nnd Mrs. Thonum
T,0 tyu llawiillnn bund will bo