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Prom Ban Ftantlsoai
llotioliiluli ., Pebrunry 27
For San Franeleeot
Sierra, Wllliclinlnu. . . . February 23
Mnrnma February 28
Mukurii February 27
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
LOST ON HAWAII.
DR. SUN NOW
Tluit Miisor Joseph J l'ern It more
than ii icceptlvo inndldnto for Dele
gate to Congress, iiml tluit he may
gather siilllclcut strength between now
iiml the middle of April tn give Ij. '
Mct'iniiHcus n very luril light fur tho
Democratic iioiiilnatlun, Is Indicated liy
the- growing urtlvlly uf mimic of lilx
frk'HilH In hla hilialf.
I'rrn himself hiiM us -t made no
open move, tint It Is considered sig
nllU'iint that tin movement nn IiIh lie
half began practleally coincident with
th- uirlvul of liia secretary, II. CI. Itlv
enhurgh, from an extended trip to the.
mainland. Coupled with the faet that
It Iv enhurgh Ih known pretty generally
In he opposed to McCandlcss, the re
lvnl nf l'ern booming H regarded ns
the beginning of an open break be
tween the maor'K otlicc, with It nu
merous udficrcuts. utul McCundless,
The Fern movement l gathering
strength every iluy. To those who have
been to Interview hlin on the subject
mi far, tho ma) or him lint innimlttftl
.Jiliusvlf. llu Iihh neither ultlrmed-nnr
iteiiled the "reports lint he might be a
candidate, ami be ban certainly nut
dlsenuriiRrd the efforts made by his
supportrrs to Ret up u boom for his
Jim Coke'M iiaiun hm been brought
In frequently ilurlnii the- past few
il.iyM, but be In not helloed to huvu
scilous hiteutloUH of running, mid the
politicians do not give 111 ill even nil
iitHhtu clmlieu ir he Hhoiibl iuii. V.x
ecpt for these tbiee mimes, tin re him
l.i i 'l a noticeable dearth of cuniKilnto
le ilerl.il, uud It Ik prophesied that mi
lei some mall, hitherto uninentloned,
c nine's out to oppose McCundless, l'ern
htiiniN an excellent i bailee, provided,
or course, that be IiiiIIiIh up liny Mud
of an nrsuiiUutioii on the otlur Is
landN Within u low months wimo S'JU.WW
llawnllun-Kiiiwn uml Hiiwullan-nianii-f.icluied
rlKiti'H will bo placed on tin-'
local niiiiKot, anil for tho coming yeui
tho Kuiiii Tuliaccii Company will Imvc
nt least 10(1 aciot planted to tho frit-
Kiant weed. Within a fow daj also
It Ik cxpectod that tho inoseiit crop
now at market will ho Hold.
Tho Kiinu conilianj'B isiiim.il moot-
Imr wiih liclil yestorilay afternoon at
the tillk'O of II. Ilackfold & Co.. the
iiEPiitH. nuil tho fiillnwliiit nlllrciii
W. It. C.iatlo, (iicsliloiit; OeorK Ho
"lek, vlco pioHlilPiit; W. priitoiiliaiior
tieamiior; C. CI. Owon, hcciotitr); ami
.1. I'. CuitlH, illicctor. No roK)ita wwo
iccolvcrt, aa tho auilltor. A, Ilnncliorq
In now on Hawaii, ami MatuiKor Dan
Ida Ik on tho mainland attomlltii; to
tho sale of tho crop. Another meet
Ink' will ho belli mi Mutch 20, when
tllll IOKlltH will ho kIvch.
Tho eompany'B imspect am nxrol
luiit. Tho anouKu unilor rnltlvatliiu
iu In bo pracllrally ilouhlcil, ami a
Komi ptlco Iu cxpoctcil for tho ciiip
now at market. M:tnai;nr Daniels lx
hiildhig I III) Clop for a iciisniiahlo
ON MARKET SOON
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Fire Escapes and Ornamental Iron
$ J -i 'J. $. '5 $.., "J S S S $ $ $
(Special llu I lot In Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. ;
27. The committee on Terrl- $
tories of the House has report- ;
ed favorably on the bill grant-
Ing Leland 8. Conness and his ?'
associates a franchise for a
street railway system at Hilo.
C. S. ALBERT. v
i; ;. i (i, .S (3, ., S .$ J. J .. ,V $ ?)
Two prominent rnllrond men of the
inalnUnu iiro tutluvp;ueNl.4 of tub DatlU
Hailwa) & lAinA I'o. and the Prouio
tlou Committee on it xpicl.il ear that
luiH Koue to llaleiwu for the day. and
which xhoiibl brlinr back two rnllio.nl
men even nimo eutbiiHlaHtlc IhhiiIith
for Hawaii than when they went,
which in aayiiiK u Kood deal
The two are II. ft Jinlah, axHlxtant
Keneral pni'xeiiKcr asent of Hie Houth
trn lVieillc Itallway, at San 1'riiu
elxco. and AHKixtant MnmiKer Itrady
of the touiH dep.irtmeut of the ChlciiKn
.i Noithwexteru utul t'nliiu racllle -teuiH.
With them nil the Hpeelnl x
Secretary II I'. Wood of Hie Hawaii
Promotion t'limmlttee, iinil tltey nru
the itiiCHtH of Tred S. Smith of the O.
It. & I.. Co.
The railroad men now In Hawaii are
hilpInK orKiinl.id publicity In n iniwt
effective manner. Mr. Juil.ih return
id )cxtcnhiy from u l"lt to llllo and
lh' voleiino, and Ih leavliiK for the
Coast tomorrow morului; on Hie Sl
eira He l pnllnndiiHtlo over the pus-
Hibllltlei. of Hawaii an a tourlHt re
sort not only In winter, but nil tho
It was tliriniRli the efforts of .Mr.
Jinlah that the cseeutlve toinmittvu of
tm I'an-raclllu CoiiKrcss, at u ineetlnif
held esterd.iy atternnon. decided upon
Kan l'ranelseo as the convention spot
for l!i8, and by resolution accepted
the Invitation of the San l'ranelseo
convention league. Those who sinned
the resolution are W II. Mclnerny,
iietliiK chairman; Secretary If. P.
Wood, tho movlni! spirit of tho Piin
Pacllle Congress, uml It. von Datum,
ami the other members will sluii later.
It Is probable that the 1U13 conven
tion will be held In May or .lime, an
Mr Jiidnh suBRcstH a later time than
tlie 1'ebruary d.ito so far operative.
tf, ,, i-y s, 4. y rv a, ,j . .$ .5. 5 S)
ptlco ami In oxpectod to Kct It Iu a
Tho elKara nintlo Inini tho kotia loaf
have ptoved thomselvcH of lliu very
II rut class. Tho clRar fautui Is now
at wotk on u bin order, ami tho cigar
will bo on s.tlo loeally within a cum
paratlvoly sliiirt I line. Taking It all
together, prospecta aro cotibhlcred ex
The Cnrniuitlmi, Opera I In use, In
nlghl, Fell. -.'7.
SAN PltANCISCO, fill. Pel, 211
Ileets SH uualvsls, 1.1s 1 11 1 -Jil. ; par-
ll.v 6 10c Previous quotation, IDs 11 1 1
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
U. S. WATER
The photograph tilinip slums Snm-jnr lltiliijiiff, flip mini Ttlm h Inil m Hip wilds of Hawaii, M.iiiillin; at the left
.'. II. I'lcrrt', iiokNIiiiiI l IViiUt Clilrf .M.irllii.
NEW PLAN FOR ffll
HARBOR DECIDED UPON
Tho ptoject ofltedgltiB llllo harlsir
.... ... a..... ......... n
SO that IIURO Sllips CIU null nmim
ancliorago there has been olllcially ai-
ptoved b Ocncral I'.lxli), thief of on-
glnieis, and liv the I In.
.nil of nugliiccis1
ror HIveiH and llnrlmiH. Ihe tepoit ol
.Major W. P. Woolen. Ihe local district
engineer officer, providing for a mod
ification or tho original sinvey. has
been Invortilily endorsed, and the en
tho matter icfcirpd to CongtesH Tor
uctloti. This Is a victory for llllo, ami
nioatiH tint at nn extra cost to tin"
Cinv eminent holler harbor facilities
ate to bo provided,
111 Icily, the plan now Is to divert
$71! nun of the JI.7cki.ikmi might illy ,i
pmi.il.itod for llllo haibor lniirove
inenl, and apply It to dredging tho
channel In Kuhln Hay
lay. Tho hreakwu- (ho HmltiiiR or Ihe length of tho lireak-1 The llrst news of (lie man's dlsap
inler than original- water t" so milch as can bo built with- penrance was received jtstrrday urt-
ter will bo made sh
ly planned, to halauco this milled ex-
Major Woolen has Just tecelved a
copy of tltu ciiilorscments In Ills lo- j
purl, which show that the modified;
plan meets with tippinvnl.
Tho oilglnal ptoject for hnprove-
niont of tills lmihor, adopted by Con
giess In tho ilver ami Itaihor net '.
.Match 'i, I'JU7, provides for ennstruot
Ing u iiihhlo mound bteakvvator lu,l7u
feet long on HIoiiiIq Iteof flout a p-iliii
on hIioio ahtiut li.nou feet east of Cn-j
cnaiiut. Island. About 'J, MS foot of tho
bteakwater has been completed an I
ttpploxlmately l.tiuo ffot of the suh-
OF NO USE AS
A NAVAL BASE
I'uliilMii Ktoup of Islands hill fnrlv
I u ii in number, oilers, almost Impos
sible ulistticlPH lot tho etettlon of
luilhllugH or the lusjallalioii of a coil
ing Kinlloii. suitable ror the United
Stains (otcilimeiit or a loielgn Pow
Such Is tho emphatic statement
initio h.v Hben P l.ov, Supervisor, and
liluloiibledlj one or the best-vorsoil
ineii In the Island on the possibilities
ol Paltiivin Islands as a naval base.
Supervisor .ow has visited Palmyra
within tho past eighteen mouths, llo
fin ceil his vvav through the dense
(Continued on Page 3)
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912.
U.S. SURVEYOR MAY DIE
SEVEN ; DAYS
structure has been laid beyond tint
. !..,..., ....,1.... ei... .Huii.1... ..nt......
i"iiiiivii i.iiiiiiu i- i.ishii i uiiu-i-,
states Hint the ptolectlon thus nffoiil-
ed to Miliio Hay liv thla breakwater Is
line, my imiiKcuiy apiiaieut
(ciioral lllxby's ioint In tho Secrc
taty of War sajs:
"After duo eoniihlci.itlon of the
nbovo-mentliitied tep'itts, I concur In
genet nl with the views of the district
nlllcer ami tho Hoard of engineers for
I'.lvcrs and Ha.'bois, and theiefote, in
catryhig out tho iiihtrncllnns of Cou-
gtess. I teuirt Hint u nindlllcalion of
tho exit (Ing piojict fur tho linpi ir.c
incut by tho I'll I lei! Kiates or llllo
llarhoi, Hawaii, Is deemed advlsahlu
so far as lo piovldo for tho dtedsln';
ITnioniMPil bv the dlstlet nllleer .mil
(Contlnued on Page 3)
- j:h aaaLalalalH aaaaaaaaaaHjaT?,
i 'lu49c-MrwEuBEKKkKHEr 'Maii.laitW
The map rcprmluiid was niailt Ii) an iuiIimt nn board Ihe I'. S. S. Wc-t Virginia during that cmlirrN ni;sttt
Iiiiii rniUp In Hip Miiml our tvlilcdi IIipip hip miiKirs nf cnmpllenlloiii hPlHPPii Ureal llrlliiln anil Ihe I'iiIIpiI
That Palm) la Island was I lilted with
a lltie-tisith comb b Uio West Vir
ginia on tho ciulser'ti iproiil hurried
vikit in .Imlee Cimoers South Pacirie
possossloli, and that Navy higher-ups
art- uppiicmly satlslled with wli.il'
was round, or what was not found, is
all lhal has dovclopeil since the ship's
Is the Slogan for Growth and Industry
IN VAIN; FEAR
l.llig vtiiut wliel,' out Iu the dense,
sodden husii about tluee miles above
Hie Kalwlkl liomewteiVd trait on Ha
waii Is blllev.'ll to lie tile body of llu-
l.i)oir. a Husslaii survevnr emploeil
lo Watir Chlif Martin of Hie IT S.
water survc) brancli. and who has now
been missing for the last seven ilavs.
Itejoiid tlit- fait that the mail Is miss- ,
lug there are no ih tails to baud, al-
Ihoiigb both .Mr Martin and his ns-
slHtant. C II. Pieiee. wlio was in
(luirue of tbe ealiili from wliele lle-
lao,r disappeared, know every Inch of
the tiiuiitry ami thiult that the man"
must be .lead l Ibis time. A wireless
was dispatched jesterday artirnonii to
Deput Sbeiirt IMter of Hilo to en-
two Hauall.iiis to seaich for the
(Continued on Page 2)
MAPS TO ESTABLISH U. S. CLAIM
"' ! VA Lt lli'ui 4 y.
"7, a-' "' '
renin to tills port Tho incident, is
closed so far as Ihoso "In I lie know"
ate coiieeineil, and among tho great
iiiajoilt.v of ollicots. uml all of Ihe
......, In. Iim,i ,iiilt what llinv liet-
"i. .in. i ,1.... ........ ..... . .... ... -
nully saw, inete is niiio luiiirmaciou
foilhconilng pxrept Hint tho fishing nrt
the island vwis lem.nkablo and that
TO SCARE JAVA
CAHvoeliitri Pieas Calde )
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Feb. 27. Advices received here from China de
clare that Dr. Sun Y.it Sen has dispatched three cruisers of tho Chinese
navy to Java with orders to bombard Datavia unless the Dutch government
indemnifies the Chinese government for three Chinese said to have been mur.
dered there. An ultimatum is given that the indemnity must be paid within
a week or tho passport of the Dutch minister to China will be withdrawn.
i AhAM't.ttf 1 l'rtM Citl.ie
JUAREZ, Mex., Feb. 27. The rebels have captured the city without
bloodshed, no nsistance being offered when the attack was made early thla
morning. Only a few shots were exchanged. There Is no looting going on
t ANXM.I.iii'd Prix-. (MtitP.)
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Feb. 27. Bert II. Franklin, the former deputy sher
iff, charged with having bribed McNamara jurors while employed as chief
investigator for the defense under Attorney Darrow, has confessed.
.HO.'t.lt".l PreM I'.ihte )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 27. Tee statement is made here from offi
cial sources that Great Britain has conceded tho right of the United States
to fortify the Panama Canal Zone.
iVALUATION PLACEO ON HOTEL
STREET PROPERTY TOO HIGH
I The widening nf Hotel street near eh to u material extent b the vvldcn
lls IntcrM'ctlnn with Port street lino lug of the street
et be hi Id up for an Indctlnttc period Unpen Pmr Low was of Ihe opinion
Ibioiigli wbal Is cl limed too blgh vain- ,mt ,. u,itloii set upon the prop
nlloii being placed on the abutting ulJ ....ntrnlh-il l,y lliu Cniupbrll estate
pinpirl) needed 'fur thu Improve- ,,,) llo mij,!,,! In t. sallsfactlon
The wnjs nuil iiieans eommlttee of
tbe city and louuty Hoard of Super-
visors bus been wrestling with tbe
knotty problem fur a week past
A report was to have been forthcom
ing at ii meeting of tho board that Is
to lu held tills evening, but Chairman
Low or the committee slattd Ibis
motnlug that the loinmlttee and the
propel ty-ow tiers and tenants bave thus
far been unable to get together In
The valuation placed on the Damon
estate pioperts Is pronounced nspntty
steep Tl ulmaii Jewilry eslalillsb-
ment Is valued nl n llgiire that Is sim-
plv prolillilllve. declares a cniiualilei
man 'lliese properties will be affect-I
I Sep rctnniipi .lurk uml .Maori-,
era House tonight, Feb. '!.
Hi., crolso .ifforile.l n nlo.isaut ch.incn
ft mi the hum-drum of Honolulu exlsi-
It Is coitiilii. howiivpi'. that nn indi
cations of claim tn tho Island by "
lorelgu uatioii wero iiisetivereu ay mo
exploring pat lies. Thero were olio or
(Continued on Page 3)
The results accruing (rom the ex
penditure ol money for advertising will
steadily Increase as advertisers learn
where this money can be most profit
ably Invested. Might try the BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
of all lonierned The vIiiIiiim for (bun-
age submitted by tbe tenants. Incluil-
Ing tlie proprietor of the restaurant and
a ilotliier. would have to he dealt with
separntelv Iri one Instance, ut least.
It Is staled that Hie claim lot alleged
d.imiige caused by tn removal of the
building line Is fur from satisfactory.
'So far as the Campbell estate Is
concerned, the Isiard believes that a
satisfactory settlement can be ar
ranged The demands made by the Damon In
terests, savs Low, are out of propor
tion to tin1 assessed valuation
It Is hoped (hut aiinlber inciting of
luti n sled parties can be held this
week, nt which time tbe mutter might
(Continued on Page 3)
'The iinimr l a pure fabri
cation." said H ('axon Hlshop
tiferrlng lo the strtit rumor tn
Hie clfiit or the large plans on
font for the llllo Itallway lo
secure the contracts for hauling
the sugar of the llrovvctr ,1 Co.
p'liutulioiis along the llllo coast
'Our plantation huvo a con
liaet with the inter-Island
Sliaui Navigation Company fur
c al ",v Hi) their sugars. Tills con
trail doeH not explru until Sup
Iciubir or JU15 Thero Is no
union why we should tulk with
nun in pise about eiitrylug tliesu
tui:ur for Ibis period Mnn
agiT Tbiirstou, I umleralaml,
has Iiml his men llguriiig nn
sputa from Hie uuiln lines to
Hie plantation mills, and Hut
may liave give ti lisp to the atory
of something immediate. Our
sugar freighting Is all provided
lor until P.H&"
Aslceil if there was any occa
sion to now discuss what might
be dune when tho contract ex.
plied, Mr. IIUIiop responded.
"That would depend entirely on
what sort or u proposition thee)'
hud to oner Nothing has been
done lo warrant the rumor."
t J J s"