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ENING B ULLETIN
From Sin Fianolseei
Wllholmlnu January 23
For Bun Francteeol
Tc.ivo Mnru January W
Zcnlu mll.i January 31
Mnrntuti January 30
Even the thing that is best known in
the world muit be everlastingly ad
vertned to keep it well known or the
world will coon get ahead of it.
Advertising Speaks Right Out In Meeting
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5136.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1912. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CARTER aga.nst FREAR i
WHAT EX-GOVERNOR CARTER SAYS OF GOVERNOR FREAR I
"I believe that Governor Frear's reappointment would be a tactical mistake. Under
stand me, I do not mean in saying- this that I am in sympathy with all of Kuhio's charges, or
that I am lined up with the forces supporting him. As I have previously stated in private,
the reason why I believe his appointment would be a mistake lies in the fact that he is not
close to the people of the Territory." This statement was made by Former Governor George R. Carter this morning
just before he sailed for the Coast, in answer to a request from the Bulletin for an expression of opinion on the Governorship.
(Rim-Ill nil I In till Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 17. President Taft today made startling
recommendations to Congress, In a m essays on economy and efficiency in the
(jovermnent service, that all administ ratlve offices bo put under civil service
regulations. He says it is possible to save millions in this way.
TEN PER CENT
IIiiiiiikm of more limit Ion hit cent,
will I,.- .-.lion to sugar plantation ..m."l; "' l '"'"' "-"'' ""
' ,, 'oratlve.
pioyes 01 ...civ.... unit j.-m.. .. ....-,
price of susar Tor 112 cornea nji li
nutlhlni; ltlvc what la expected. TIiIh
will he the result or the now wngi'.
sealn rerently nnnouni'i'il, nnil whlclijar. In tliu opinion of many i-rltlvn. ami
not only lnoaiiii n lint mImi for innnyjlht! employes will Jirollt necoidlngly,
thousands of finploj oh. lint an nihil
tlonal Inorojse through Die operation
of the sliding scale hnnns system,
based on the price of B.igur recoiled.
Ah n matter of fart, tint plantation,
eiiinlovoK will got the Iioiiiih bused
on a higher price of migur than that
leeched liy the plantations, fur the
holms Is lo lie llnseel on Ihu mniUet
price, whereat Hawaiian sugar la sold
nl a fraitlou of n cent ninlor market
Statistics I'omplled hy the labor bit
loan of tlio pliiuleis' ussoolatlon show
that during the past ten tears there
linte hoen hut lv.ii years when the
luerago price of sugar wait below I lie
TO FIX BLAME
That there should ho a. IhoroiiKu ami
comiioli'iit ilii.iilry Into the damaKc lo
the Alnltru wharf canned hy the Kliln
jo Main. Ill older to IK the irpmi
fdhllily. In tlio nttltudi) taken hy Can
lie & CooUo, iihoiiIk for the Japanese,
liner. In u eotuiuiiiilcallou tlittl has
been H-iit lo the hoard of harhur com
inlssloueiH fur couiildortitlou this aft
The hoard derided, nfler Moiulior.
Ilirndt, Wakelleld ami AliCarthy had
made personal Investigations and
klood loKOther In the llmllnKS, that
th ble slilj. lino Is financially res
IioidJIiIu for thu daimit;es. The ntuoiint
of the damages Is trltllui;. about $3tl0,
lint Castle & Cookn tale tlio attitude
thai blame should not be fixed without
official Inipilry fioin an Imittlry hoatd
of miiiio kind. TI.Ib Is the usual couroo
in marine ucchlontB of any Kind.
A.-H. CANNOT ASSURE
REGULAR HIL0 SCHEDULE
In n fommitnliatlon hoforo the liar
bor hoard this afternoon, tho Amerl
cau-llawallan Ftramship oninin
litalis that It cannot utsurn a regular
Kihcdiilo to llllo, in connection with
the Is'ithluK and jiroferenio rlglits al
tho proHi4id wharf, and that the host
It cun do will ho tc. assmo an eight
iIub' notice In achaiue to thu llllo
BONUS FOR 1012
point. -H.r.r," tents nor pound, -at
lillrlllB t1( y,.ar l-lll the InntiH
wonlil lmvi liee-ii close to tin or font
The yinr l'Jti promises to linvo 11
foiirooiil mcrage or better for stig-
Another Important phase of tills
uago-liu-rense was brought onl this
morning during n e usual conversation
ibottteon Commissioner of ImnilKratlnn
Victor S. Clark ami II. 1). Mead, ill rev
tor of tho planters' labor bureau. Thin
Is that the territorial hoard of Imnil
juration will he greatly allied In 1U
worU of recruiting Riirnnean Iniml
giants as jilantatloii laborer hy the
news of the) wage-Increase hero. News
of the. I m reuse ami tho posslhllltliv
for profit under the be homo will ho
wnt far and wldo throici;h Spain mid
I'ortilKal, and will assist Agent Hay.
iimnd C. llrmvii anil others In getting
the ships filled with Immigrants.
flupervlMir Harry Murray, olnrKed
with iiiauslauKhter, and held to the
grand July by the police court. Is ex
pected to appear before the Toriltorlal
Impilsltnrlal body In session this uft
il noon Doubt Is expressed us to
whether Murray will be Indicted
The inalti r Is lo hu brought before
Terrltoilal Attorney (lem.nl Lindsay
at the iciiiioM of CH and t'ounty At-
Ab predicted pome months uko, Mc
llryde plantation it 111 pay a dividend
this year, of llfty centK unci perhaps
seventy-Hie coutH per fhani on tho
common stock, ncconllnt; tc. n stale
incut this morning hy J. I'. Cooko
The illildoud nlan Is the rcMilt of the
advaiilactroiiH rimiurlul arrangements
made with the agents. Alexander &
llahliiln ami the oxt client nop pros
If you would he u leudtr
sot the puce.
j oil must
NEW YORK, N. Y- Jon. 17. Thou
sands upon thousands today honored
Cardinal Farley, who returned yester
day from Rome, where he was honored
by the pope wtth the red cap of the
A choir "numbering 6000 parochial
sang in his honor, and he was tender
ed a continuous public reception
BIG FIRES IN
NEW YORK CITY
( Asnelate.l Pros Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 17 The
Terminal Storago Company's wars
houso burned to the ground last night,
causing a loss of $1,250,000.
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. 17. Firo
in the Knickerbocker Trust Company's
building early this morning is respon
sible for a $100,000 loss.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 17. The
House leaders have agreed to adjourn
probably in August. The date Is not
"llllo must ho cpillu it city," said n
nouconiijr tho other day when shown
tho pictures of American llllo busi
ness place's that am to ho In "Amer
ican llutiuil," thu Dili In tin's I'Jl'J
Industrial Kdltion, which will he
ready for dtstiihutioii on February
'.'2ml, I'lot nl I'aradii Day.
This single statement demonstrates
how effective (ho coming edition will
ho In making known Hawaii's coin
menial gi outness and menlc head
Hpace Is iloiuteil in the edition to
almost every liidusliial endeavor In
thu Inlands and the pictures of and
short Bkolvchos about American peo
ple In nil walks of life will be found
interesting reading If you have it
picture or other matter you wish In
serted In tills special Issue, semi it tc.
the Mil 1 lot I n at once.
1 8TORE ON FIRST FLOOR
1 HALL ON SECOND FLOOR
Offices, Single or en 8ult.
H. C. H E N D R I C K
Merchant and Alakea Streets
(K-xtIicI Hill let In futile )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 17. President Tall and Sec
retary of the Interior Fisher both deny sending a special
agent to Hawaii to investigate the charges made by Dele
gate Kuhio against Governor Frear.
C. S. ALBERT.
The above cablegram m.s re-celtcd thin moiulug from the llullutln'i
Washington correspondent, who was instructed hy this paper to secum the
facta legurdlui; tlio reported Hemline of an ukciiI bore Whether or not 11
special agent will ultimately -bo sent appears In be uncertain.
.... , .
Following the report thnt n Hpeel.il
(Kfiit Is to he Hont down here to mako
an InvestlKatlon Into the chaws pre-
I tit Ml I lllli-lltrt tv twn !' until .-
""'."'.TttTT ?"", IT ,);"';:r,";,, ,ni.Mw ",!,,,rra '"""""' ln
eKa ,, Kul.l... the heads of tll he do- the UinrKes M
Miiiue.us ,., ,, ,,..,,.... ,u.
uwn . ill tt'iiiiti t.un ls.sss iiiiiii ;iiiiiiii unit im-ui. ""
.natters menlhineil in tlio eharceH. j vlousp) stated In the llullutln, they
The (liiiernor announced this fact ut uiM little that Is new to the attack ul
neon toiln), hut would not coiuineut ready liuilo on the (bnernor's udmln
iti. y further As to whether or not Istrutlou, hehiK detullit to support what
ul.yone Is iii.uli.K luiu here I do out hud utready bull, suhmllted.
HAST ARTILLERY MAY BE ADDED
TO NATIONAL GUARD OF HAWAII
An Increase In the National (luard
of Hawaii, to take tho form of coast
nrtlllery reserio troops. Is tho propo
sition which the national and territo
rial military cilllclals hero have boon
puttltiK Hielr heads together out for
HOinetlnie past It Is pojHjsed to or
ganlM at least two coast artillery
companies of National (luard, tho olll-
cors and men In drill and receive In-
htruttlon at Port Kuger, and to have
nil tho ls-nellts of technical training
In coast defense that Is accorded thu
Willi I'enrl Harbor completed, the
clrydotk nnd natal station in open.
Hon, miliums expemieu lor H-rmaueni
barracks at l.eilehu.i and millions more
for circling the Island with a ehulu of
mortar batteries, UjIiii Is destined to
become within a foil tears the ureal
naval and military outpost of the ua
tlcin. This is hi i opted as fact hy all
who mile I In- march of eienls In the
territory. Thut the people of tho tir.oiicl Jones, adjutant Kenernl of the
rltory thcmsclios should wish to piny guard, this morning. "It would he
some nart In the general scheme for better to wall until the urmory Is
defense follows as a mailer of course,
mil within the next few mouths the
proposition for mllltlu Increase will he
Actual recruiting will not ho Harleil
until tho new armory has been Btart
NEW HEAD FOR STANDARD OIL HERE
fieorge II Itlcharilson, special agent
of the Htandard cm Company for llu
tiall, has hem proiiil.toil by thu great
California corporation, and left this
morning fur tho Coast on tho steamer
Hlerr.i. He Is Mie-ce e-eleel by A H I'res-
entt. who has been Mr. Hlcliurilauii s
assistant hero and who Is well known
liter the Territory, having Hied heru'e-ars and has been n popular ami ef-
feu many ears. lilelentolllel.il Ills los Is generally re-
Mr I'rescotl's l.osltlon us usslsla.it ' gre-lted by the buslm-ss community.
Is taken by II A. Davis, ttlui arrived
from ('ullfoiiil.1 on tho Sierra liibt I'rl -
day mid who has been truvellntf ln that
Statu for tho company.
, , ., ... , , ,, .... ,.,, ...
know he Mild, hut I think that In
pi.-bahlllty u spetl.. Ken wilt V
""' . ,,i "! 'V' ,''" L".
,,.,, ".luwed AttorueiH Wilder uiid Hutt.m,
ed, for tlio coast artillery reserve de
pends largely on Ingenious tltimnii
guns, the exact duplicates and work,
log models of coast defense ordnamo.
which uro Installed In armories and
give the men an opportunity to go
through all the gun drills. These
dummies are fitted with a sub calibre
tune so that they can he actually llrod
ut the target of a miniature battle
ship, moved across the range on wires,
801110 of the coast artillery reserve
companies In thu stales have oven hot
tor appliances and electrical conni
vances than tho regular posts are 111.
ted with, The equipment usually con-
bints of drllcctlou hoard, plotting
hoard, range heard. Azimuth Instru
ini'iit, telescopic sight mounted on Irl
pod stand and the latest electrical
"Wo liae been considering tho mat
tor of coast artillery reserve for Iln-
wall for some time past," said Col
available, however, before starting tint
moio lu earnest, 'ihe new armory
will sn a itreat Isiost to tlio mllltlu
there nnd, I think will make an In
crease popular move."
I "(Continued on Pago 2)
Just what position Is In store for Mr.
Ilk hardsell ho himself does not know.
"I got ttoid from th treasurer that t
tins lo bo glttn u belter place, hut I
dcu't know what It Is," he said tills
. morning before leniing.
Mr. Itlchardson has been hero ll.reu
During his tenure of otllce the Htnndaid
loil Company has greatly enlaiged Its
plant and still bigger tilings uro cum -
Inn In the future.
If Uiiiii-vlii.r M .mi Itvvleli. ti.nt ktinu. n I
Pat Link .Mefiin.lless tins behind John
II. Wll-ui. In the bidding for tlu first
rrefllci. of the l.elt-rtM.1 tontn.et.
'l)wUht would have, voted fur bin. . j
stead of the Lord-YoullK company, wan tne e.r.y opcnina oi tne r.n.m wn.l
.i . .,.,. ,i -.-..i...- ...,..i.. ..ii'and the company's plans for operations
the kluteinent tliu supervisor miiihi on
tlw witness stand this morning, when
.. . , ,
wo Ju( .,, T, ,.,.
s ufterttards s.rltken rru.it the rec-
i'iB .un . .., m....,!.
- rosser. til... appears for Wll..on. al-
uppeurlm; for the Loan Fund c'onm.ls
lon and for the Lord-Young lompauy.
to cross-examine Ham Delight us to
why hu voted against WIIkoii getting
the contr.iit Thou, Just as the defense
ttus preparing to open up the tthulo
uutttr, I'rosser shut duti.i on the... nnd
left with half the iuellou ausiitred
and tho other and most luipurtui.t part
The. defense appealed to tho court.
Which reltrstd Its mllng and allotted
the evidence to be strlckc-.i fluiii tho
Tl ings Happen.
.Several things happened In rapid
succession during thu healing lVeel
W. Ileckle-y, who was a member of tho
commission appointed hy II. "lloliin
Hole" Legislature of Ileal, tubl of thu
Inquiry lulu the outlet setter con
tract In which Wilson failed. Tlio
(Continued on Page 4)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 17. Sen
ator Cummins will probably be a can
didate for the presidency.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 17. The
twenty-third annual convention of the
United Mine Workers, which is in ses
sion here, has declared for government
ownership of the industries of the coun
HAN I'llANCIHC'O, t'ul., Jan 1C
Huimr I'll de grees test, 1 -I05O lr
vlous quotation, 4 4 lie. lleits. KKiinuly
sls, lUs lid; parity, 5 31c. Previous
quotation, 14s. 10 1 -id
HAN ritANC'IKCO. t'ul.. Jail 17.-
Kugar UG degrees test, 4 45c Previous
quotation, 4.40SC lleets hS analysis,
15s. fil-M: parity, 5 Me Fictions
quotation. Us. Oil.
Has anyone seen Norman II, Smith
tin; man arrested In Han Francisco
borne time ago and who was brought
here and convlitc-d nnd sentenced to
llftoen days Imprisonment mid lined?
Tho Federal grand Jury Is very an
xlot.H to gel him us a w liners, hut so
far ho cannot be found nnd (t Is be
lieved thnt he has genu out of town
The rispteht coming for Smith lo up-
Mnr as u witness means thnt tho Jury
Is tuklng up the matter of opium and!
this Is further Isirne out by llio wit
lupuses who are. slttlnc around tho ball
' AserUtel I'rrs r:.ttilH.l
HAMBURG, Ger Jan. 17. Th.
Hamburg-Amerlcan steamship in. pro-
Pose. "Increaso Its Mpiiailation Irom
6,250,00O to 37,5O0,0O0 on account of
through the canal on the Pacific. The
company's dividend amounted to 9 per
cent, last year on its present capital,
I ssiH-lileil 'r s r-eble
HAVANA, Cuba, Jan, 17. The situ.
atlon today is tranquil, but the sup
pressed excitement is intense. The
Spanish leaders favor intervention by
the United States to prevent the in
terference of the organization of Cuba
veterans with existing laws.
INSANE HOSPITAL FIRE
(Kls-e-lal 11.1 I let III Cable)
CHICAGO, III., Jan. 17. Tho disas
trous fire in the insane department of
the Cook County Hospital at Dunning
is spreading and five buildings are now
in flames. No deaths have yet oc
curred. TURKISH CHAMBER OF
DEPUTIES TO DISSOLVE
iHimcIU Hi. I I nl 1.1 Cable )
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Jan.
17, The Senate has accepted the peti
tion for the dissolution of the Chamber
CKl-.-cl.il II II I el I.i Cable)
ASUNCION, Paraguay, Jan. 17
Many people have been killed in the
fighting between the rebels and Presi
dent Rojas' followers.
CARTER IS OFF
V.x (lov lle-orgo It Curler has cut
out 11 htieniioiis program for himself
on 11 living trip to the coast and re
turn that lK-gau this morning when
he dashed down Fort t-treet III 1111 unto
to catch the Sierra
He Is going to Sail Francisco on
the Sierra and return on the Mongolia
If fate and tho weather aro propitious.
If the weather Is good and Ihfro uro
uo fogs, lie will h In San Francisco
I (Continued from Paqa 3)
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