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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1912. 12 PAGES.
NO PLACE PROMISED FREAR. SAYS FISHER
U. S. TENNIS TEAM BADLY BEATEN
POLICE ON TRAIL
WHO KILLED MAN
Political Influence or any nthorklnd
if liifluouft! will not piovont tlio po
llen Irinii rhIiir In tlio bottom of Hi"
killing of Tim Otiml Nnndy, iWtn HI
tan, 1 iv ,i speeding iiulotnolillc oirlj
"cslorduv morning, ncciirdliiR toRlntc
iiiciiIh nt pollco uendrpinrtcrR today.
Not wltlistiuidlnR tho fart Hint .1
rouuty olllclnl In said to li.io been
In I hi' in.nlilno when It Htruck Nuiidy
.111.1 111 I leil dim on Itlver Rticct,
pioho ulll go lo tlio lnttoni anil
jiollco will put a slop to tcckless drlv- left Mill to his dcalh-.iKonlcH has
Iiik. they sav. aioiiKcil widespread Indignation, and
This ccnlnK a seirrhliiR IuvomIIi;i- It Is felt that It Is IiIrIi tlnio for tho
lion of witnesses will ho conducted nt police to put n slop to spccdlnK nutoi.
Mm Ktntlnii by cltlieu-Slierllf .larrett or Several prominent citizens stiRRost
1'oputy Hose, tho fluipiest IioIiir the than prison-sentences for nianslaiiKht
nicision. Many witnesses luoo heen cr shoiilil ho Riven those who aro io
Hiilipoeniied lo npfenv. HpoiiHiblo for Nnndy's denlh.
ARRESTED FOR EMBEZZLING $2900
KianclMii t'lBlro. a Filipino, who
li.'m heen under police siinelllnnce fur
hoiiic time, Is now a prisoner, hnv iir
uteri arresled liy Chief of Detectives
Mclliilllo lor tho ciiilc77lcment of :ip
pinxlmiitrly JL'.'mO from diffoicnl
aims Caslro, iiccoiiIIur to McDufll
'old of his caicer to another rillplno
I'liout two weeks aRo, and alter s.ills
IjIiir himself of tlio prohihlo Riillt of
.he linn, the chief placed Cislro Hti
der ni I est Ho has been In custody
Scveml prominent aviators, In their
Journey from tlje mainland to tho Ori
ent, paused at Honolulu this inorlllllff
I'upliilii T K. ll.ihlwlu. a veteran In
ucioii.tulUs and the llyliiR kihiiu who
la no strmiKir to Honolulu, was an
milvul at the port, us a throiiKh 1im
si iiR'-i In Hie Taillle Mull liner China.
With I'liptnlu Italiluln Is Aviator Hen
Hammond, who has hut Kccutly com
pleted u Vliy successful selles of
tllulilB tlirouiihout tlio liistcrn Ktutesod to htart
mid later eoneluiled exhibitions. In Cal-! clo-iu slain.
Ifornhi mid the Soutlivvest.
Mrs. Minnie lloxley, the iirkI moth
er of Arch Huxley, wjio was killed In
uiukhiR a series of IIIkMs at l.o-, An-
neles, Is also a pnsoiiKcr who Is pro-
i.eilliiK lo the Kar Hast.
Tim lltildwln 'paity will arrive nt
.Manila, J'hlllpplnu Islands. In umplu
time to curry out mi exhibition lo ho
held iluilnv the life of the famous'
I'lilllppine Carnival j
.Mis lloxley now Intends lo inal.o
her lioiue lu Hie I'lilllppine capital mid
Will there Join relatives. Mis. Huxley
Is uiioinpunied on this trip liy Mrs.
Kay Stockman of Manila.
lu Ihe hold of the China um three
llyliiR machines, nun heliiR of the mo
noplane type mid Hie others hlplmios.
The aviators nro under contract with
Him I'lilllppine Carnival Association for
a sules of tllRhts, lifter which It Is
Intended lo make all extensive tour of
China uinl Japan.
It will be remembered Hint It wits
Just a year iiro Hint Captain Ilahlvvin
visited Honolulu, nt Hint time lu coni-, 7 " 1 . 7 Jj . TJTJ 7 1
p.iny wltli J. C. (Hud) Mars, wIioiiimIo
11 record lllsht nt Mnaiuiluii KroundH conlliUnt Hint they will clinn up con
oil New Year's Day, 1911. Haldwln'ls sldcrable money by the vendue. An
nil old hand nt tho game. Ho knows effort Is belnR muilo to Induce Hald-
the Hast like a
icHittoil this morning lint
Chauffeur Holln, who In charged with
driving Ito macliiuo wlicn It struck
Nandy, had confensed to Shcrllf Jar
Tit,' making a rlciin bicast of tho
.' hole thing. Jarrclt would neither
cmillriit nor deny tho report IliU
Tho lerklesbiicm of tho Joy'-ildlng
party Hint cclclirnli-il New Year's liy
running down a pedestrian and then
Caslro, II l said, came fioni lla
wnli orlRluqlly am after his arrival
acre, lie Rot himself In tho iness,
which finally icsiiltrd til his Hires!
This mornlnc Chief Mclliilllo lo iK
him back to fill'), whom ho will bo
lutneil out to Hherlrf I'm for fur
ther iiivesllRiitlon. Chief Mcnulllo will
"eturn next S.iluihy iinrnliiR lu Hi
Mnun.'i Ken, ami iIiiiIur IiIh nlivnco
KeiRoanl Kellett will net in ihlef of
OwIiir to tho fact that koiiio of tho
l.eepeir. nt the K.illlil rcrelvliiR sta
tion could not URico nuil that Ihcru
v.'aa' constant Diction in connection
Willi Hid iuuiiIiir of Ihe Institution,
Superintendent .lack McVoIrIi iluclil-
tho new j ear off vvllli n
To do this ho.dlsmlsBOiJ
Iho head-keeper and his assistant and
installed now men in their places.
Tho two men who nro to hold
ihvwi tho lid durliiR tho present
"" nio u.it u uniwinniniiiieis who
I"111 "' li.nl keeper nml M. Katuuk m
who will fill Iho second place. John
M. Acu was Iho head keeper who was
Tor somu lime past Micro bus been
consldernblo friction oxIstliiR at Hie
station and, It Is stated, nlthouRh no
IIiIiir voiy much In Itself, It hits boon
Riifllclent to lunko thltiRS very nil-
pleasant nil round. Constant Utile,
fls'lilu mid jo iIouhIch h.ivo been rim
'iiIiir looso niul Reunriilly liitorferitm
with tho wink, Kvoti at the present
, tinio thcie Is liuuhlo browliiR over u
I Ono of tho moil was raised to tlio
position of head stuwaiil hut Iho' cook
'ins Reilous iiliJcelloiiH to IIiIh ami roR-
I .stored a decided kick. Thu innttor
lins been put up to tho superintend
out, who will blrnlRhtcu It nil out he-
t11 tl lin oi.lu nil m I r l ttr il ninln
j win and bis liir.luieii to stop oft nt
( Honolulu on the return trip.
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FISHER DENIES FREAR REPORfJAm erica
(Special Hull tin Culile )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2. Secretary of the Interior Fisher, discussing today the
rumor that Governor Frear of Hawaii had been offered a place in the Department of the
Interior, denies absolutely that a place here has been promised Frear.
C. S. ALBERT.
For two wcekn the minor Iuih hecn the points on which all the nuthorl
p.issod mound In close olllclal rlrcIcR nC8 , nill UKrcw. They neer do In
null uovcruor rnair mm "ecu out -km
UI8 cnoicu 01 rcuppuiiiiii.c.ii.
OoveriHirHhlp of tho Territory or n po
hK Ion an Assistant Secretary of tho
Tho Governor haR prcRiimnbly been
discussing the situation with his
Whether this la lo lie considered as
a promotion or a way out of the
llllcjil illfllciilty In llnwall is one of
SCREENING ORDINANCE CASE TO
BE FOUGHT OUT
Willi the decision handed ilomi IhW
inornliiR in I'olUc iniirt liy JmlRe
Mniisnrial In InMir uf the county rov
triunciit, mid iiRiilnst tlio m rested Chi
nese deulers In iiieut utul other food,
III wileh he lllud Hup Kee J-J.1 for tho
Jnlatloti of the fii'id-screeliliiR nrdl
linjlCP. Hie reRUlutlnn will ho llmr
iniBliIy -tesloil us lo Us validity. Hop
Kee and Kovirnl nthirs were In lourt.
Atlmney A. K. Humphreys, who ap
peared fur them, will lake tho case to
a hlKher court. Ilien, If necessary, to
the Supreme ('null, on the Krouuds of
HiinipbrcyH staled Ihls inoriiliii; that
Two Japanese erulseia nro repined
us making a lnjRlnrloui tour of tho
i'on'h I'iiclllc mid vveio met at Hiivu'
by Ihe Caniidlau-Aunlrallim liner Zo.i
latidln, which urilved from Sydney.
N. S. V., by tho way of Auckland mill
I'UI this inornliiR.
AccordlitK to oflleers In Iho Zeatati
ilia, Iho two Japanese
iii'ilvcd from n leiiRlh)
Guam wits Iho last Island visited.
Tho Ami and Soya, now unknown
to Honolulu RhlppUR won, . ho Jnp
we io tho
IIIII'OU VVUnUIH lllill HJ IVTiij -i it. I
makltiR thu cruise of tho south I'arl-i
lie. At thu tlmo of ilcp.irturu of Iho'
Zealandla, it was said that a lurRo
JapnneHo collier wus hniiily oxpected.
Tho two ci niters wcro victims of a
tlorco stoini which cuusoil their hoji-.
tirntlnii for somcthlni; like four days,
lloth these vessels lepreseut. prizes
seruied In tho Into Itusso-Japiiueso
Tho Zcnl'iiidl.i met with fair wentli-,
tr on tho voyiiRo. The vosm'1 mllod
nt Auckland nml liroiiRht news of tho
tcsult of thn recent elections
Tlio Zealandla Is lo null for Vim
coiivor and Victoria at f'Jiir o'clock
this afternoon tukliiR a few p.iHsnn
rfcis and thu northwest mull which
lias nccuuiiiluted at thu local post
o III co.
Tho vessel briiURht ipilto a delegii
Mou of puHschRors, many of whom will
take pnshiiKo for San Francisco In the.
tnko , passaRi .,r San I'Mnolscn n 1,0,
Mntsou NuvlRalim,HlcHincr WI1H"1-
Tho thioiiRh list Included 27 first,
lil second and 21 Ihlid class passcu
Rers. Aiiioiir tho nolublo passengers Is,
Sir John Kirk, who Is well known
iiioi.Kiioui i,uriiiuu as 1110 loimuor
tlio "iBRRed Kchool" unions, with ho
piurters nt Loudon, Tills organiza
tion does much tor Iho poor children.
Tlio Countess ljlcnorn do Clsneros
end husband, woiu niembeis of Mel
on's grand opera company which linH
recently closed 11 successful engage
ment lu the Colonies
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
. ' X- . . . "
.Mid not the least amusing feature
of the situation nan Hie manner In
which the liioinlUR oiR.ui of Hie Cov
entor handled tho subject today edi
torially. As one man put It, "One man wrote
tho first of the feilltorl.il burri-sMiir
pii-jthat It nilKht ho well for the oernor
lo r.o to Washington, and nniillier
IN HIGHER COURTS
It was III" Intention to take Ihe i.iso to
Hie Snpri'ine Court a- stioii us Ills
cll nls wi ro foiiiul Rullty mid en
tenced In police court Attorney
n.... .. ..In. .i.i.r.t.i'i'it Int llm Iiriisf.r11-
,. u ,i,ipr...H.ed lo Co uftir Ilia
same ilifeiulaiits ukuIii It Jhey do not
olisrre the lountyrdiiiniie. u
Hop Kee said" tliul thn meat
under tureen 1 not iicceptnbln lo
ciiilonarM, ninny of whom nro wives
or prominent eltlzcm lu Honolulu, Ho
died mi Instance when .Mrs Hlunliw,
wife of the "cow hoy supervisor,"
IjoukIiI incut nt Ills pluce and later re
turned It, snyliiR she did not like It
Hurry Albert Vcssey, tiidlu.iry aoa
..inn, of Iho V S. California, pio
fcrs sceliiR tho world In Undo Sam's
uniform In play Iiir a ImtilinK part In
vessels h-i.i lust'"10 HM"! "tl wicliil llfo of a Rrcat
crinsol. whl :jtn,- "" Vnh0y lB l,1 B0"
,1. "'.. I of Governor Itobert S. Vcssoy of South
Dakotii, ono of thu prominent llRtiros
. -1..... .....I.I..U
j ' Uya m fMm ,() C()
.. , r I.Ij ..imiw
'IHVHHK'H ii o"'"i " ! ""
Minis, and vory fey of ills own sliip-
inatos know tho position and easy life
that ho c-ivo up lo ro Into tho navy
It., tn .. .,i...,..iii..tlinli nnu innn ltd t
no .r a w.i.,........v.v ....
.u-coiillnir to those directly over him.
ho Iiuh shoivn n vvllllnRiiess and an
pptlludn to learn, and has u clean rec-
i.r.1 fioni thu .lav he entered tho sor-
.ir. Minn iho urntant.
Hurry Vessey ctillst6. at (Jiuali.i,
NobntRka, AtiRiist VI last. Ho ruvo
Ills iiro ns 2.1 uinl his blrlhpliiro an
... . .. .1 t. .. ,l......
I A eSSlIIRIOIl, nprillKS, noillll liaKOHI. puiMt. ....... t t mvu.j-n.u i....,.- .-
Mho old homo of tho Vorsel fumlly.l tt siind ton crop to como off this tt
I'orsnnully ho Is n hlRli-splrllod lad.i tt sc.ison. tt
', wllb nlenlv of Initiative utul a fund nf.tt Tills excellent record W.IH Iho tt
Rood hiinioi 'vhiili mukes hliu tiopii-
lar wilh his messmates, liu Is ono or'tt of Olaa Mock Hint his boon ro- tt
Ihoso to whom chatiBo of kceno ami tt Iiir on durliiR the l-ist few weoks. tt
iiilventuiQ Is us necessary ns food nml
ililuk, utul lu seo Roniolhlng of tho
world ho decided lo rIvo llnelo 8.1m
, , fc ,
111((lil uf lt ,,,,,, thluVs
'that thu cruise to Hawaii Is well
voith the hard wotk and strict ad-
herenco to dU'clpllne (hat his new du
ties entail. .
,,. ,,.,. , ,.,,, nPXt , l0
'u,,1PBt rko with u inassaKo m.ichino.
id - . ,...
1 STORE ON FIRST FLOOR
1 HALL ON SECOND FLOOR
Officei, Single or en 8ulte
N D R
I C K
wrciln the last puriiRraph tlerl.irliiR
that tho (lovcrnor should remain In
Hawaii iih he Is needed"
'tM.. iI.i.h.. lu .... ll.lt... l. Hi., utnrv nf
. I mil 1111:111 in ,i..,,..pv ... ..... , j .
a place In the Interior Department la
the (lovoritoi's own opinion as Riven
to tho Dull ft In this InornliiR
. "1 henrd Hie rumors about the mid-
die of last week," ho Raid this morn-
Mr, "from tlio Hnnio sources Unit tho
mornliii; paper did and I do not think
that there Is anything In them "
According to a prlvalo cab'o icceli
e.l from WnshliiRton till mo.nliiB by
Mio Itiw-illnti HredRliiR Co., only ouo
njher concern bid. on thqrs.cctloii. Pi j.
tho 4uven Industrial hulhllims. for-ip-
real I iinriior naval Hiauoii, mug mi
which weru opened Rlniulutieoi'siy in
llotiululu and WnKhliiRtoti Saturday.
The hid of Iho Dll ItiRhtim cotirorn
win $:ik,77." mid Hint of tho other firm,
I.linte inn Riven, is oiuy ju,uo. i nix
I Tut dlserepincy of flRiires Is a com-
pleto Riirpilso to tho Hawaiian DiedR-
Iiir people, who nro frankly at a Imi
for mi explanation.
"Wo thoiiRht wo hid llRuicd Iho
Job pretty closely," Raid MuiiiiRur V.
'. DillliiRhniu. or tho Hawaiian HredR
iiir Co. this inornliiR, "nml I don't Ro
how any concern could pohslhlo do His
vork for half Iho price. I know no
pioro Minn tlio haro rnrts, hut h.ivo
vlrcil for further Information. I think
lh.it tho other bidder must Imvn made
t.omo mistake In the conditions, nnd
not Included tho whole job In his pro
posal." Civil KiiRlneer Hayler, tJ 8. N.. In
churRO of Mm work, had no explana
tion or Rlalcment to nuiko.
"I hnvo no official ndvlecs and don't
expect them by cable," ho said. "All
I know In what Mr. DlllliiRham told
OLAA RECORD IS
Olaa plantation roduced llsovor- tt
tt draft with lllslc p & Co.. tho tt
tt acoiils. dm Iiir Iho Inst year $119,- tt
JI 021 and on Iho llrst of January tt
tl 1912 Its Mo.itliiR Indolitedncss tt
tt -1111011111011 lo $31I,U2I with np- tt
.. .....-I I.. .. .ll,..lll'.llln II.MIt. tt
t occasion for Iho Renerul ImyltiR tt
' Tho boiler is Ronorv' 'mi vvin
tt tho piescnt crop sojip... mo flR- tt
urn expected for nil siiRars this tt
)(1ir, tll0 ,,,, wlu ,,0 cl()nr.
tt e.l oftloatlnR IndehtednesR ami tt
t veiy likely close 1912 with n Iml- tt
tt mire on tho right side This will tt
tt put tho stockholders In n psl- tt
t. Hon to leap a dividend perhaps tt
tt rrnm tho larRO crop that Is mi- tt
tt der way tor 1913. Tho iiRents tt
tt makn no predictions. They nierp- tt
u ly rivo mo reconi 01 wn.u mis
". noon accomplished wins lar. 11
t: ji rt n ti u ti :i it U t: rt ii u n tt a ti
( Associated I'resa Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. 2. The
trial of the olficert of tho American
Sugar Company for violation of the
Sherman antl-trutt law hat been pott-
poned to March 4.
(Sfelll tin I lr i III
Tl0 Amtncan tennvf-'hallenaert wero
defeated today in both lnalo and
. s a
f (Special Mill let I n OiIiIh I
MUDCATINE, la, Jan. 2. Emmetl
Flood, orsanlter of the American Fed
eration of Labor, was arretted here to-1
Iday, charged with being a party to tne
conspiracy to throw acid bombi in the
button factorial. O. C. Wilton, agent
for the button workers' union, hat been
indicted and arretted.
iA,oelnteil Tres. r-aiilc.)
TABRIZ, Portia, Jan, 2. Sixteen
Pertiant have been hanged here at the
remit of the attack upon Ruitian
(ARiinelatM Prt-nn CM.)
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 2. Slight earth
quaUe thock havo been felt over the
Statet of Illinois and Witcomin.
MICHIGAN GOVERNOR HAS
SOLUTION OF PRESIDENCY
(Kerclal It u 1 1 e 1 1 tl Cable I
LANSING, Mich., Jan. 2. Governor
Chate Otborn In a ttatement today
tuggettt the withdrawal of Taft and
La Follette in favor of Rootevelt at
the Republican candidate for pretl
dent. iiMinm i runcDO um i
.UNION LEADERS WILL
I PLEAD JANUARY 12
(special llulletiu Cable)
LOS ANGELES, Cal, Jan. 2.-Q, A.
Tveitmore and tho other labor leadert
Indicted for alleged connection withi Ecuador cauted by tho recent death oj
the dynamiting conspiracy were ar-jtbe pretident, the gunboat Vicktburg
rlgned today. Tho pleadmgt to the,hat been ordered to the tcene.
.. ..!... ....M ..... H..Ih.hI . m .
tiinrucs .y.ui.i WH.111 vr iu...ivu
until January 12.
CorRet j.-sterday. nntlelpnte tniuor
row. nml Jim will Inive no troiihle lo
CUPID TO HELPX;i
New Year's Day round n slrmiRely
luuldhiK louianee nt the Terrllorlul l,-
mlsriitlon station, with somebody due,
to play the role of Cupid, Dr. Victor
S. Chirk feeling rather tin lined not to
attempt the rol.i himself.
Mr. and Mrs Alvarez, Sp-inlsh, lo-
,.,,. wlh oura, HlmlU diiMren. em
bnrked nt llllirallur 011 board the lm-
nilsrant ship Wllles.lrn, and started
for their new home. Hut before the
Iminlgiuiits landed In Hawaii, Mrs. AI -
varez was a widow. Illness having
caused the death of her husband. She
Is left ulono In the world, n stranger
In 11 slri'iiKO laud, with n group of
And !. In .pit.- "f mivllihiB. lb"
yeast or iliiiu" r.n ! ,!- nt tin re in
Such la the k ii"l to Hnv Htnn
mini linkers ll.lnl aitlele In IhrAmer
iiaii Mmtiixliie mrlia um Hawaii.
The third article Is Jus! as vlRoroui
hi Us Indictment of lalsir conditions.
Just ns "pro In Its attack on vnrloiii
phases of the siiiiiii Imliiutry and on
the plaiiltis tbeinselvoa.
Hut in this nrlleln linker deelnrci
oplliiilstleiill) Hint forces for Rood aro
at work here, uinl fnreinott hi tbeso
forces he puis the public and prlvnto
pool- uinl the men utul women who
me ileinthm their Utile ami strciisin
to the eilm.itlon of tliv youth of Ha
waii It Is these forces that he cull
the ""iist of democracy "
The Januarv urth e. which arrived
today. Is occupied laruily with u dl.i-
cos Ion of labor lOHdltJnjia uinoni; tho
Jup.'iuece. It tdintvM linker evidently
(Continued on Page 4)
I Ann.icl.ll.-il t'rtita Cltilf 1
PEKING, China, Jan. 2. The dow
ager pmprett hat given Gen. Yuan Shih
Kal two million dollar! to continue the
war agnlmt the revolutionist. The
Northern troopt aro anxious to fight.
DR. SUN INAUGURATED
WITH SIMPLE CEREMONY
(Associated r-"l Clltile.l
NANKING, China, Jan. 2 Dr. Sun
Yat Sen, firtt pretident of the new
Republic of China, wat inaugurated
hero today. The ceremoniet were tim
pie. The city it celebrating the event
L. S. GUNBOAT
l AriNOctjll, l rSh Clt.tP )
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jan. 2
ing to the critical ttate of affairt in
2,000 QUIT LAUNDRIES
(Aasorinted 1'iesi Cable 1
N. Y, Jan. 2. Two
thoutand laundry workera havo ttruck.
(lillil.cn. mi.. i,r IN-in v.rv tiny.
pendiiiR upon In r for support
Somehow news of Ibis got to
Spanish people already lu Hawaii,
Commissioner Clark has hud an up
cation from 11 Spanish laborer who
wishes to marry Mrs. Itosarle Alvarez
and make it father for Iho cbll.lieii.
A special hoard or Inquiry will look
Into the merits or tho ease, and lr tho
Spanish suitor Is found to be steady,
! Industrious mi. I responsible, and in
earnest In bis wish lo wed, bo will bo'(
Klven mi opportunity to win tho heart
and hand and small children of tho'
lately widowed woman. , "1
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m '' evfit- .lav; 1 -JM.wjjK.Jii.i-'yi! ri
te&lm&(& ,jdri"- vtaftM'
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