Newspaper Page Text
From San Francltoet
Mongolia January 29
For Ban Praneisool
Wllhclmlnii Jummry 31
Eenlnndlu Jnnunry .11
Mnrnma . . . . , Jnnimry 30
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
S e 1 1 i n gFEDERAL
II. T Willi of I.os AngPlos Is, expect
ed to arrive tomorrow morning on tho
xlcmushlp fliiunluhin from San l-'rnli-
clscn to Im'OI1H llS-dstllllt to H. T.
Hliirrclt, Territorial superintendent of
mill Ki ling nnil hrail of the smnll
furinlng movement In Hawaii.
Hiipeilutciulcut Htnrrott wns nutlmr
led some time ago' In secure mi ns
xhumit, iim tho work wiih developing
so rapidly It hail bconmo Impossible
for him In handle It nil himself. It
was not until tliH morning that It was
h'arni'il Hint he hail named his nsslst
iinl. I lo npiinnnooil It nt Ids ollloe In
tho Immigration Hint Ion, mid added tlio
fart that Will comes with n record
udnplhig htm pi'ciillnrly tn tho work In
Mr. Wnll wan associated with Mr.
Htnrrett In business lit Coai-hclla. near
I n Angeles for smile years lu-foro
Htnrrett came tn Ilawnll to enter tho
service of tho Territory. Since then
In- has boon Ill-nil or n I.ns Angeles
(Continued on Page '3)
Mr. .1 I'. Cooke, of Alexander X
DalilVilli, letuilleil joslerduy flolil ll
visit to K.iual lilanlallmiH and bus
biou;ht back Mjry euthusliiHtlc re
ports from Makiiwrnll and McIIrjdc.
I'aitly as a lesult of the tilp, hn said
without reservation this morning thai
Mellryilo will pay n dlvideiul of llfty
or sevenly-lln icntx this year.
lie hinught buck thn news Hint the
julccH of the Mellryilo cane Are show
ing up remarkably well. "Mollryde
stai'leil grinding mi January 4," nalil
'Sir. t'ooko this motnliiK, "and up lo
dale. It has taken an average of cIkIiI
nnil a half tuns of cane lo a ton of
Mii:ur. l-ist year the nveriiKe for thn
H-.iHiiu was nine tons of cane to a ton
nl Hiigur. The Juices mo usiuilly pour
er lu quality during tho llrst p.ut of
the smsou tlianlaler on, so It seems
Bare to assume, that Mellryilo will
have, u banner year In Its Juices.
"Wo have not pioKiesseil far enough
for any revision of estimates as to the
ciop, but I sea no reason, at nn
into, why thn estimate should be re
duced. The manager, XIr. Alexander,
has been doing splendid woik, and
both Hie old and young cane Is look
ing well The dry weather Iiiir not
nffeeled Mullryde or Makawell, at
thorn haul been several showers
High Sheriff Henry has now drawn
the names of the sl men who urn to
BPtlln whether or nut lllshop street Is
to In' exleiuleil, Union stieet closed
and also u similar cinnso taken vvltt
(I. u den l.anc. Thn limn who will
liiakn t hit cliokn arc I). It. Cuahuiiin,
SI. O. Saji'l'K, Joseph Sell win U, J. .1
Ihtlser, U .1. Kurd ami I-Mwnrd He
liuiu. Thn iiai ty will meet nt 2 o'clock
Tbuisday nfternoon next at thu cor
ner of Hotel and Union sheets when
High Slim Iff Henry will escort It ovur
tho giouiid. This Jury does not do
chin what price shall bo paid but onlj
an lo the advisability of carrying the
piopnscil work tliiotigli. After It Inn
handed In IIh report, Dm appraisement
will ho iliniQ by tlueo other men.
Although nothing has been an
nounced ns yet If, Is generally under
nlood that lliurn Is In ho u public
hearing ou thu matter l-'ilday morn
Ing next when the Jury will listen to
all tbe argument pro nnd con.
MAY BE SETTLED
OUT OF COURT
A possibility Hint tho Mahukii I-'oil-
oral building xltu cases, on whoso
progress rests tho early or lain nturt-
Ing uf llniiiilulu's big l'odcrul hiillil-
Jiik, will 1) selllcd nut of court, linn
developed within thn lam few days to
ll point whom It In receiving serious
consideration hy thuxo directly con
cerned In tho proposed condemnation
II. 8, District Attorney llreckons has
asked thn vntluiis propel ty-ownors af
fected by tho proceedings, through
their attorneys, to submit data ns to
the value of their holdings anil extl
uiates of duningos, so that hu will
have available a complete statement
of what each claim Is likely to be, to
gether with the. leuRuns therefnr.
It coulil not be learned thin morn
Iiir If Attorney lliccknns hud us yet
secured nuy returns. It Is iiuilerstooil
on reliable authority that several
A bin; shnke-up of the l'nclllo
Is duo within the next ten days.
fleet Ih tli he cut In half, Liu llitr two
hlp-4 to stand by lit Honolulu, while
two mom hurry to the i'ouxt mid Mill u
third Is illnpatchcd H-oni tip ('east
The Colorado, and piobably the Went
Virginia, Is due lo Vail for Hun l-'ran-
eiM-ii about l-'i bruary 7 This Informa
tion linos not mine lu the form of or-
dt-iH or olllilal dlp.iUhcH, but hi a pri
vate (able received by Lieutenant Coiu
uauiler WurUhaugli of the South l),i-
l.ota, from Admiral Nlcholron, on
whoce staff Mr. Will txhuUKh has ro
il ntly been appointed. The cable stat
id that Mr Wurtxh.iugli would be or
1 ml to Snn IV.inrlsi'o eltber on n liner
or on Hie Colorado about l-Vbruary 7.
Ailmlrn1 Nlcholcou Is chief of the bu-
rrnu of navigation, hut Is to take over
roi.iniaud of the Asiatic licet, and Is
preminably In u position to know de
The Colorado will take nil the short
tinners back to tint dust for dis
charge, and will then either go to one
of the navy yards for repairs or will
RUSH OF TOURISTS WILL TAX
ALL OF CITY'S ACCOMMODATIONS
rive hundred visitors It Is i.ellcved
will nrrlvn lu this city and Join tlio1
links of seel.ers for nccoinniod.it Ions
vviuiin tlio wceu.
The Hawaii Promotion Comniltt
as been attempting n hiioh' work of
"ccurlng a line oji suitable apartments
or bouses for this small army of
itrmiKcrs within the next few days.
The l'ucllle Mall liner Mongolia,
from S.in rriiniiscn, will bo off tbn
port em ly tomorrow morning with over
one hundred nnd llfty passengers for
H'oncilnlii. The Mntsou Navigation
iteanur Iloiiolulnu, nho fiom Hm
oast. Is duo here on Wednesday with
17 p.isseiigirs There nro two liners
In Hie L'anadlan-Austrnllan service des
tined to i each the port -the Maranvi,
from Xu'trallau ports, due In the morn
lug, while tpo Zeal. nulla, from Viincou-
Charles Wilson's leim or service as
road merner for the ell) mid i nly
nf Honolulu, It Is predliteil, will i-oiiio
tn an abrupt termination with tbn
close of Hm piesi nl 'mouth.
Thut Is the sentiment expressed by
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
property owners nnil lessees nri' w 1 1 1 -
lug tn discuss ncKotlutioiiH looking tn
u settlement of tho inalli-r (nil of
cniirt, hut Hint sumo utlit'is nrn nut,
nnil one altut iii-.vh says that hu iIooh
not bclluvo tln-ro will ho any nettle-
incut without the jury award.
The action Is taken to hustpn tho
coimli action of tho building that Ih,
so badly needed. Thu condemnation ,
cases may take many months, parttc-,
ularly If separate tl lals are asked by
the defendants. I
The trials came up In court some
weeks ago hut wero postponed to til-
low counsel for the defendants fin
tlicr time lo piuparo for the suits. It,
Is the possibility that In-fore this time
is up n roinpiniulsu and settlement nut
of court may ho reached Ihut Is now
Attorney I,. J. Warren, of Smith,
(Continued on Page 3)
lie nt Han Plcgn. Her hollers nrn In
bad snape mm sue was uei.tveu cousin.
erably on the trip from H.in rrauclxio
West Virginia. Too.
It Is generally believed Hint the West
Virginia will also return.' Hint has re
pairs, tn be made ami lis there Is not
enough work to keep the nirti at the
niemcrton navy yard busy Just now.
It Is stateil hy the lilgher-ups Hint the
West Virginia will likely g t of
coiumlsxlon, now that the Pi-iinijlvn-II
lis Is. ready for sen again It Is be
lloved Hint Immediately on nrrlval at
Hun rrnnclsco. Admiral Knutlicrlnml
will trausfir lib. Hag to the I'ennsyl
vnnlii, nnd that he will probably return
to Honolulu with his new- ilagsblp and
be ready to take over the eouunanil of
the Meet on the retirement of Admiral
Tliomns April 27. It Is more than
likely that Admiral Tlminus will bede.
tnchril before Hint date, bnvvevrr, ns It
Is iiHiinl tii retlro Hug oillc-rs In the
I'nlted States. It Is known Hint Ail
mlral Moore Is slated for thn second
division of tho racllln licet, and In nil
probability he will lly his ling from
(Continued on Pag 4)
ver nnil Victoria, should be alongside
tlio wharf before the noon hour on
o- v eunesiiay i oe emaiiuia is expell
ed tn add at least one hundred pusscn
tcniKcr to the long list of visitors now
Wednesday The Zeahindla Is expect
J Hocking to the Islands,
Tim l'ucllle Mull'stemnor Keren, from
tho Orient, call bo relied upon to drop
olT a number nf travelers. l.ast, hut
not least by nny means. Is Hie Hlerrn,
from Han IVanclsio, due to reach the
poit on Krlday morning of this week,
The Hh-rrn frequently hrlngi down
nny wheio from one bundled to ono
hundred and soventy-llvo pasiengers
The Promotion Committee bai sent
nut mi urgent call to all proprietors nf
rooming nnd boarding houses to send
In or telephone the number of travel
ers mid A-lsltois (hat tju-y can ht-st ac
comtnoilate. several inenibers nf the Hoard of Su
pervisors who arn to gather at regular
session this evening. i
I Wilson, who has been lu thn employ
of the municipality for n tuunher of
muiilhs In the capacity nf road super
visor. Is alleged to Im entirely out nf
loiiili and sympathy with members of
lite road cuiiimlttee.
The,, llnnl passage of Ordinance No.
in and Its speedy signing by Mayor
J J. Pern, vvhh'h has mndn It a hiw,
spelled Hm iloom of Wllsoulnu ruin 111
load deparlmtnt mfalrv, It In tuld lu
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1912. 10
rAssn.-1-itp.l Press Mli1r.
WASHINGTON, D. C, JAN.
THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF CON
FERENCES BETWEEN PROGRESS
IVE LEADER8 WAS HELD HERE
TODAY IN AN EFFORT TO REACH
AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
SUPPORTERS OF ROOSEVCLT AND
THOSE OF LA FOLLETTE FOR THE
'Riwlnl Hull tin CaMeA
PEKING, China. Jan. 29. Eight
housand revolutionists In a desperate
uattle defeated 10,000 Imperial troops
at Ku Cheng. The armistice has been
renewed and it is believed that Impe
rial Premier Yuan can force the abdi
cation of the Manehus.
f Sl-H-t.il Hu) lei lii Citile.)
BOSTON, Mass- Jan. 29. Governor
Toss has ordereil twelve additional
companies of state militia to Lawrence
on account of the labor riots.
' lAssnelnlf-d Tress Cnblo.t
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan. 29. The
Democratic steel bill, reducing the du
ties under the Payne-Aldrich bill from
'thirty five to fifty per cent, on Imports,
1 today pasted the House, 210 to 109.
Twenty Insurgents voted with tho
Democrats in passing the bill,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 29.
Senator Lorimer resumed giving testi
mony before the committee investigate
Ing the charges of bribery against him.
SAVED FROM AWFUL
DEATH IN RIVER ICE
IRl-.Tl.il Illllletln Cable,)
CAIRO, III., Jan. 29. The party of
thirteen on board the ferryboat that
was swept down river In the ice-Jam
have all been saved.
SHIP BELIEVED LOST
WITH CREW OF 24
(Kiuchll llllllntin Ruble.)
HULL, En a-. Jan. '29. It Is believed
that the Genoa has foundered with her
crew of 21. I
FOR A MURDERER
OSSININQ, Jan. 29 Albert Wolter
was electrocuted here today for the
killing of a girl, Ruth Wheeler, a year
"The Paper That Goes Home"
DARROW EXPECTS TO BE
IIND.U EU - -
L08 ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 29. CI arence Darrow, chief counsel for the
McNamarai, declared today that he expecte to be Indicted by the grand jury
nt a remit of the proof of bribing Jurors found ngalntt Bert H. Franklin, an
"invettlgator" and detective for the defense. Darrow declares that although
he expects Indictment, he it Innocent.
, fHitfrlnl Itii 1 1 1 tin Cable.)
Less than nil hour lifter the. above cablegram mine vl.i Associated l'rosi,
the special II it 1 1 a 1 1 ll ruble service brought the follow Ing Hun iitlrrnnon:
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 29. Clarence Darrow was indicted today by
the grand Jury on two counts, the charge being that he furnished money from
the McNamara defense fund to bribe Franklin.
tlif latest plmlo of Franklin, arra-cd Jur) briber, (iigt-llicr
his cuunirl, Henry T. (Inge hiiiI I.ecoiaple Hat Is.
SAN JOSE CAN FURNISH 500
Klvo hundred ponple. from In and
niouiiil San Jose, Cnl., nrn ready pi
come to Hawaii nnd lake up home
stitailR If they can bo assured ol
enough hind tn innko n living on "and
u market for the products, sayH W..C.
Hamilton, of Sun Jose, who arrived
lii'te on the Wllhclmluii last week to
lake a chance, ou u hmnvstenil nt Hai
Hamilton Ih a fanner, nnd knows
n lot about truck-gardening, and fruit
mixing, and declares that from this
ono section of lint mainland along Ha
wall can get plenty nf men who know
fanning from tho ground up. lie says
Ihaf Hawaii today orters a butler
chance for the small farmer than
Health Olllcer Irwin J Shepherd re-
turned from Knii.ll yeslerduy morning ,.- inspection Hint ho made ill. I iinldls
nftir couipleHiur the iirraiigeincnts close mi) further defeils, and the sis.
in.ii'0 by President I'rutt or the heallhteni philiped nt present will do very
board and l-Vdernl Health Olllcer Iir.elllelent work.
O W McCoy. Tho diphtheria outbreak Is nuw al-
l In. work of Betting the plantntloinmost a thing of tho past, there lining
to work Is boIiib uht-ad well, uud nnly one case, mid there the patient la
- ANU nt Di
California docs, that It offers n wider
diversity of products and gives prom
ise of n market that will retain the
farmer inoie of a profit,
"A lot of lieople from around, my
homo mo waiting to see how I size
up the situation down here," said
Hamilton this morning at tho Terri
torial department of marketing, whura
he has been talking things over with
Supl. Btnrrett, "They mo anxious
make a tuuvo, Thoy ate successful
farmers, too, but California does not
not offer the opportunities now Hut
'Thu cllumto ami country hoie Jus'
about suit jno, and Ivo ui.ulu up my
mliiil In stuy."
Mrh'ft of clean-up days hns been held.
The matter to whlili the attention of
the malingers has been drawn morn
than anything else Is that of draluuge.
Plans nrn being evolved which vvhei
pill Into operation will turn what are
now M-iy Insanitary spots Into clean,
)r Shepherd stated this morning
that tho work was progressing very
favorably and that Im thought Hid (os
tein would work out well Tho ill tail-
Live merchants know that tho even
ing paper It the only medium to use
to get quick action, and they recognize
the BULLETIN'S power and Influence
with the HOME people.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
K U ll 1 0 1 S
(Howtnl Illllletln C'abtr.)
WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 29
Delegnte Kuhlo left Washington today
for Honolulu to be present during tho
investigation of his charges against
Governor Freor, ALOCRT.
The conlrnilors iml the nivy en
gineers faced u irltleal and lutviisety
thrilling situation on the I'earl Har
bor drdock for n llmt etirdny morn
lag, l-'or several days the water h.is -been
slowly pumped out of the ilr'
section nf fulmt vrlbuiM-k'nf tbAilock,
In which n colli reto iHittoin has been
laid by the iinder-uater method When
the water was reduced tn the 3GiJ-foot
j level yesterday morning, thn bottom
sbowid slgrvg of nt-lug, nnd water was
Immediately let Into the crib again to
relieve the piesslire.
This Is tbe situation that those tn
charge of tpn vvork have been guard
ing against When work was llrst '
cnuuuencisl many months ago It wan
found that the bottom of tin- dock
would not resist tbe prcssun. and tn
strengthen It hundrids of piles vvern
driven iimL their projecting tops cov
ered hv n 7 foot liver of concrete, laid - .
under water When this work mi Xm
ciiinpleled II was thought that the 13
(Continued on Page 3)
That tho War IX-parttnnnt Is very ,
nun li lu earnest and nlso very niurli
In a hurry about ganisunlng Oaliu
with an nduipiuto number of troops, ,
Is evidenced hy recent dlspatclius from
Washington, width stain that Scciu- .
tary of War Stlmsoii Is planning to ;
reililcn thu iiuiuher of lmsts hotli In
the Stnli-H and III the Philippines nn.l
to throw a furro of about la.UOtl men -1
lulo Hawaii wllhlu n jear. Thin pro-.''
siiiuably comes lu thn form of a spor '
i.lal reiMirl lo the housu rommltteo i-i-
military lift airs, ns thu it-gular annual"
report of the socictary was uiadu pub- .if'I
He souio time ago, , ,
Army otllcers here believe th.it not
only Is the proneil iiiohlllnthm of -R
Iroiipj hero a mine lo xt lengthen tlio
defl-uscx of tho Islands, hut that U Ai
also part of n well organltcil plan to ffJ
i-fitir-i.tilrtil.t llin lltilti.il Mltitoa arini,'.-.
In largo bodies of men. and Ret away .
fiom the expenses mid Inefficiency ot '
(Continued on Page 4) .'
HAN PItANClHl'l). Cut. J.in "!l .'
Heels SX nlinlisls. Hs. !t.: limit vl '
S:.re I'levinus ipiotntlou, lf,s
The case of ( liarlts.Mau Nam, who
is charged v,ltli perjury before thu
l-'ederal (Iriind Jury, was taken un
iLifllliV lll.ll'.. Unlit llild lititr,il,i AJ
l.xn.ti' lln...... II.. lu .............. .- ...'.
w(,.i .....,v l'.-in (ll'M-l0 UI lliq
1 STORE ON FIRST FLOOR
1 HALL ON SECOND FLOOR
Olfices, Single or an Suite
H, E. HENDRICK
Merchant and Alakea Streets .
hsMktivi,:: , '- $&.& j&hklmbi.
,-;,,t,:...:.s !,.. 1a,
wmmiumimmamminmmmxKmmummmmmmmmm-wmmai ammmmmmmmtMmmMmmmmn3iaa iwi mwmmwmmmgmmmmmmmmmmMmsmw&
IsMlll ! IIIW II tl IP III 1Mlf IMTWWsMI ssTaTultm 7 UnfllsM sWslI' iisMfltTT Tl lltMliiltHiliTlf BriMltTrrH'sT fiT I kM. m. -3k. KA",is.';r'KsiJM-lJMjnsVjU.,W. t'V II i h WOI dsW I tM V MHfsfri ! llslWl 111 A