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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5173.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
E v ening Bulletin
Kour hundred would-be Immigrants
to Hawaii have been rejected within
the past few days by medical author
ities at Cllbrnltur. Ncwh bus been re
ceived by cable by the Territorial
Iloiird of Immlgrutlon that the Urlt
lsh steamship Harpallon, carrylnga
shipload of Immigrant)) for Hawaiian
plantation work, left Gibraltar yes
I ci day, and ninny were the Spanish
and Portuguese who were turned back
at the dork and denied admittance to
.Medical supervision of the Immi
grant!) haft been remarkably strict. Two
doctors represent the shltf anil the
ntenmshlp company, the physicians of
the port examined some of the people,
a member of the U, H. marine hospi
tal .servlco was Kent from Washington
to represent (he Federal authorities,
and. A. J. Campbell and Itayiiiond '.
Itrnwii; representing! the Territorial
Hoard of Immigration, wero also on
hihand. ',,.,; ' ' -
The Immigrants were rejected un
T'laaa" they came u)i to- a fine physical
.standard,- , Ami' tho iresult should be
that "this shipload will bring to Ha
waii Immigrants of a very dealrnble
On board the. Harpallon, according
t the cabled report from Mr. Camp-
hell, nro 1484 souls, of whom 1135 are
full fares and tho remainder children.
,A ship's doctor, two nurses and M,. A.
Sllva are accompanying tho linml-
.Tho Harpallon In a larger boat than
tho Wlllesden, and tho 1484 persona
will not bo crowded. Commissioner of
Immigration Clnrk said, this morning
that the Harpallon should bo hero be
t veen the middle and end of April,
the voyngo taking some forty-flvo to
Under government supervision,
some 8000 hunches of Hawaiian ba
nanaa have beon sent to Coast con-
sinners within the past two ..wooks,
and the system Inaugurated by Super
intendent of Marketing S. T. Starrett
In order to protect tho prontablo mar
ket on the Coast seems to ho working
splendidly. Tills system was started
to guard against Infected .bananas bo
lug shlpiied and tho" Coast buyers
stopping their' orders.
Fivo thousnud hunches wont out on
,lho Sierra yesterday and tho remain
dor wero taken out by tlio Siberia and
China on earlier datos.
Superintendent Starrett Is' Just now
much .Interested In a report from tho
Coast that California has declared a
fruit quarantine on all citrus fruits,
mangoes, etc., from Mexico, because
of the prevalence of tho Moxlco or
nngo fly. If California should extend
tho quarantine to Mexican bananas,
tho local product twould ho greatly In
demand, at even better prices than
nro now realized.
Fresh salmon .halibut, smelt, boIo
nnd flounder just received by tho Met
ropolitan Meut market. I'hono 3445,
12-ROOM BRICK HOUSE
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd. '
OFFICESi 2nd Floor, Merchant
LAND JUDD QUITS
Land Commissioner Charles S
Jtidtl has resigned and returns to hl
former position In the Federal forest
ry service In Oregon, The resignation
takes effect tomorrow. Tho nnnounco
ment was mado by the Governor at
Mr. JudU's tsisltion as Land Com
missioner and chairman of the Hoard
of Agriculture and' Forestry Is to bo
split. Into two divisions, one of which
will bo that' of Land Commissioner,
the head recofvlng the uaiial salary
and, the other will bo a jiosltloii ns
chairman of tho Hoard of Agriculture
ami Forestry, which will not carry
Mr. Judd's resignation Is for prlvalo
family reasons, said the Governor this
"It has been vory sudden," stated
(ho Governor, "hut Mr. Judd Is leav
ing us for nrlvnte reasons. He will,
I understand, resume, his connection j
with tho Federal service. His resig
nation goes Into effect March 1. l
"It Is more than probable that two
men will he appointed to carry out
the' work that Mr. J mid now does ns
Uind Commissioner and chairman of
the Board of ,ABflc.u!tU-i A regular,
I fit,, l I .,.., ,,l aaltUtnr iuIII l,n ,,k,k,tlnt Ail '
Land Commissioner will ho appointed
TWO SHIPS TO GO IS
LATEST RUMOR OF FLEET
If all tho rumors conccnilng thoi
future movements of the Pacific flcot
wero reduced to tyiio, printed, and
then pasted together, tho resultant
string could be tied In a bow-knot
around tho Island of Oahu. Tho lat
est reached Admiral Thomas this
morning, vln "underground wireless".
It Is that Admirals Thomas and
Southerlnud are to exchange flagships,
former to, take the West Virginia and
Colorado, and return to Ilremertoii,
while tho California and South Dakota,
While there has been no official In
formation to tills effect, the- report
hears the stamp of probability, owing
to tho fact that Admiral Thomas Is to
be retired April 27, and will, accord
ing to custom, sny good-hy to active
service In the United States, and utso
that .the West Virginia Is known to
bo slated ns the next ship to go Into
reserve. The Colorado ulso needs
tinkering with the honors, and as It is
known that the Department Is male-
Ing an effort to creato work for the
Bremerton yard. In order to keep tho
force thoro employed, two and two
can Jio pui together very nicely to!
"This Is merely a rumor," said Ad-
mini! Thomas tlila morning. "I can't
say whether thoro Is a grain of truth
RUBBER CO. PAYS
' Nnhlku Ituhber Company will go
upon a. dividend-paying basis next
yeur, according to the, optimistic opin
ion of some of tho most largely In
terested stockholders who urn follow
ing the plantation's operations closely.
That the plantation, after only seven
years of existence, with much of Its
capital not yet drawn upon, should get
to paying dividends la considered re
inarkablo when tho fact Is taken Into
- MARCH 1st.
and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
and Miller 8treeta
aaW laH H aTaW laH laM 'LK' jTaTaTM "aM ' . ' 'aaTaTaTA B
; - ' ;'
CHARLES S. JUDD
to look after matters'
that department and ho will hayo
nothing to do with tho Hoard of Agri
culture and Forestry.
Fur. (his department we' will In all
probability apinlut a special man
Tho position will bo an honorary ono.
howemnr Although not honorary as
frnnllno.il mm D.n. 7V
(Continued on Page 7)
In It or not. So far nB wo know offl'
clally. tho situation hero Is exactly
the same. There have been no orders
for tho movement of the licet, and It's
it incro matter of guesswork when or
"Tho West VJrglnla has been down
for repairs for some time. Sho needs
to liavo forced luhrtcntlon .Installed
for her engines, this having been done
to all die other ships of tho fleet. Tho
Colorado also needs sumo tinkering
with her boilers,"
Whether or not Admiral Thomas
takes the Second Division hack to
the Const, ho will romnliv command-
iT-ln-chlef of the fleet until ho Is re
tired or dotnehed. In the' event of tho
West Virginia and Colorado remain
ing here, however, It Is more than
likely that ho. will bo detached in
tlmo to make the trip to the mulnlanil
f before the dn(e of his retirement. Ky
copt on the China station, It is uiiiirii
nl for high olllcors of tho Navy to go
out of aqlvo scrvlro away from home
However, the law H?rm!ttlng tho De-
purl merit to retain retired o trice rs on
the nctlyo list will not be nullified
until next June, and It would ho pew
Bible for tho Navy Department to re
I tuln Admiral Thomas In command of
this lleet for about two months after
the data of his retirement. This move
would lie unlikely, though.
consideration that rubber has been re
garded largely as a Utopian experi
ment In Hawaii. Hut the annual
meeting of tho company u few days
ago brought out the report from Man
ager Anderson that this year the plan
tation s almost running even and that
Its rubber Is selling at a good price.
j Hawaiian-American Ituhber Company
Is under tho same management, hut
bus nut been In operation us long ni
The unnual meeting of tho Hawaiian
Ituhber Growers' Association will
probably not be held thls'sprlnff. Uist
fall there was talk of holding the con
vention at Nuilkii, hut the necessary
liaiispoi tatlon arrangements were not
made, It Is probable that the next
convention will not bo held until next
full or possibly the spring of Hilll,
I J- -
Neither Attorney James L. Coko. In
person nor Ills old hut, representing
lilltl will liu It, llm iwilltfenl linnittntl
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suuaro or whatever corresponds to "'"' --. "'" .mn-, ...u
It, as an aspirant for the position of Japtn nave re,ponded favorably to
Delegate to. Congress for the Demo-j
cratlc party. lie will bo, a candidate Secretary Knox'a note Inviting Joint
for the national convention, however. .,... . , ..
Such Is the am.ou.Wn.ont Coke mado1ac,lon ' ,he "n t0 """
to the II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n this morning.
"I consider It dtiq to my friends
who huvi- so sonorously brought tun
forward as a candidate for the Uem
ociatlc nomination as Delegate for
Congress to .announce that neither
myself nor my"old hut will bo' .In the
iwlltlcal arena as an aspirant for tho
"i do dcslro to be ii delegate r(o the
Democratic, convention and when (lie
proper times conies to take an' active
part In tho. coming elections I shall bo
thorn as a Democratic worker,."
'Hliouklng of,the,1-.MT(il vote and hU
own and McCandless' connection with
It, 'Coke said: "From my long expe
rience in iiolltlcs my opinion U that
owing to the existing dissensions In
the Republican camp that If a strong
candidate Is nomluatcd by tho Demo
cratic party for the Dclegato that the
electorate on Maul will fall In lino
for the Democratic uomDute."
Ml ON PALMYRA
Admiral Thomas- lips are still seal
ed over tho Talmyra uffulr, In spite
of the fact that. Washington has made
no mystery nut of the cruiser's move
ments mid mission. Shown an Asso
ciated J'ress dispatch from Washing
ton, snyliiR that the Navy Department
had made the niiiiiiuiicement that the
West Virginia's trip bad been success
ful. Admiral Thomas merely smiled
and said that the restrictions of se
crecy hall not been removed from 'this
end of the Hue.
"Hut the Navy Department admits
that hhe went there to look for rec
ords of foreign claims," said tho Inter
"Tho newspapers say that the NavFwn hnposed on flcorgu Kdwards, con
Department says that," corrected the
admiral, with a smile, 'Anyhow, 'you
can't ge,t n word about the West Vir
ginia ur Palmyra nut ut me."
The dispatch referred to, under
Washington date line of yesterday,
reads us. follows:
"The Navy Department yesterday
announced that It bus received a dis
patch from the commanding oillcer of
the cruiser West Virginia, now at Ho
nolulu, to the effect that the recent
mission of the cruiser to Palmyra Is
land wus successful. The cruiser wus
ordered to visit the Island, which be
longs to Judge Cooper of Honolulu, nnd
make a thorough search of the place,
io discover. If possible, whether Or eat I
llrltnln or any other power has left
an records there of an attempt to
.,... ...e .-. minumier ...... v es. v.r-
Blnla reports he failed to discover."
iiaunieu u visions o. ins vic.im,
joint uenrj Binriin surrenuereo io ino A BaulorIIB of ttl0 Biiporvlsors has tlon. The men who aro belleted dos
Itultlmore police, h'elarlng ho was tho ))Wn ,.,, f). U uvt,lllnR- An .' tti'io.l to loso their iHisltlons Include
iimii.su ..n... -.,,,,,. ,,,.
an old Morekeeper In Seventh street,
WnslihiKlou, on November 17 last.
Secretary of the Interior Fisher In
formed President Tuft that Mnnl udop
tlon of the Kherwodd dollur-u-duy pen
sion bill us It passed the Housu would
Increase tho noverumeut's annual lien
I bluu expenditures (it least J7S,OtiO,noO.
(Associated prM CaMe.)
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 29.
.-.. n.U.I. n I- -...... - ,
Republic of China.
(ANocialt"1 rr"a r?Me.)
LONDON, Enfl, Feb. 29. 8even
hundred and fifty thousand 'coal piln.
era today went on. strike. t
WILEY NOT 'CANDIDATE,. ,.
(Ananclatts! Preiia Cabta.)
WA8HINOTON, D. C, Feb. 29.
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, chief of tho
Federal Bureau of Chemistry, today
denied that h la a candidate for the
Vice Presidential nomination or con.
slderlno It. He saya the report la
started by his enemies.
f AMoelalea rmu CKbtt.l
LAWRENCE, Mass- Feb. 29. The
(nlll. owners have conceded an Increase
of 5 per cent. In the operatives' wages.
SHOOTS WHOLE FAMILY
rAssoclulnl Press OiblO
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal Feb.
L'V-wl'r'T " ,h" "J" ""'J
ed his wife, two grown daughters and
hmself, the tragedy taking place at
hla home, where, drawing a revolver,
he shot tho family down and then
committed suicide. No motive Is
Among brewers nt New Haven It
was said that the wholesale' price of'
peer win very shortly probubly seo a
rise, in tho neighborhood of B0 cents
A sentence of five, year In tho
Federal penitentiary ut Atlanta, On'.,
vlcted of robbing the pustoltlce nt Mor
OWNERS AND TENANTS MAY BE
proporty-ownors as.prnporty and Income tax declarations
well as the tenants Interested in the j filed by Iho several parties whose
proposed widening of that thorough-! premises will ho urfccled should the
fare at Us Intersection with FurtlBtreot widening bo carried out us
' twt. nwy be called upon to, provo
their claims for alleged damage.
Tho Commltteo on Ways
Means, of which Supervisor Ebon Low's. 11, Prnll of Iho Territorial Hoard
In the matter of valuations placed on
,,, ,, ,mUl,nKg aB wo tockH
nm, . of ,,, ,, ,,,,
'establishments affected by the con-
vltnt0ll in8 ttllln beo1 uxtpn,,! to'
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I that they will attend iho ilelllierii'
lions of tho Hoard, which Intends to
enter into the matter of Hotel street
widening with Iho' hoe of arriving at
somo sort of satisfactory understand
ing. Supervisor Uiw Is delving into tho
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 29.
James F. Morgan, of Honolulu.
Tho Associated t'ress this afternoon
carried the above cablegram. News Of
Mr. Morgun's death hud iilready
ed here, the following eublegraui being
m'elved by his oillce this morning at
"Morgan killed In accident. Mrs.
'Morgan leaving on l.urlhie with
At llrst It una rumored that Mr.
'Morgan had been killed In un nutonio-
hlla accident. It Is now believed that
he hud been taking II trip to Fresno,
and the accident was thus duo to the
Mr. Morgan left some weeks ago
for the ('oast In search of health. He
bud tiiude another trip tome months
previously. Iteccntly ulanplng re
ports' came that he was Very serious
ly 111, put Ihesi) were! Immediately fol
lowed by letters to his son-lu-law and
diiiifcht'err Mr. unit -Mr.,IliriHL'I.. "Flem
ing, III which It waft 'stuttd that he
was Improving very much.
lie was to have taken the Lurllnc
for Honolulu with Mrs. Morgan. Mrs.
Morgan wilt now accompany the re
mains un tho same boat.
tk'ldum has a death so shocked the
entire community. Many of Mr. Mor
gan's friends und ussoclutes would
have bem prepared for. news that he
bad dually succumbed to his srrlous
muudy, but the news of tho accident
was a great shock generally.
Mr. Morgan had lived practically nil
of his life here. Ho wus born In New
York cits', but when hu wiul a very
small boy his parents moved to llo
noliilii, where his father was In busl
JIISSINd MAX FOUND.
W.t C-nlef- MarUii's "Z i
who ,, uw. ,08t , , Uclg0
,,, ubovo km, Hawaii,
B(nco February 20, lnB been
found by tho searching party.
uccordlng to a wireless recolved
by Martin yesterday ufternoon,
Ho was In u very low coudl-
Hon and was Immediately rushed
in Urn hnsnltul at lllln. Nn iln.
tails aro to hand us to how ho
Ilaie you hooks you want bound,
ruling done, ur books made, send llieni
lo the Hu lie tin Job printing mid
TO PROVE CLAIMS
The Hoard will also tako up tho
Miggestlmi coming from President J
, communication to
tho municipal body states that the
Territorial Health Department docs
not at this tlmo desire to avail Itself
of tho services of five Inspectors who
failed to pass the reuiilred oxiimlna
Messrs. Olcpau. Lot Lane, Walpa Par
u ., .ii,i.l
1'ieshlent I'ralt further suggoslH
that tho first examination ns reenm
mended by tho City Health nnd Sani
tation Committee, ho held on jlurrh
L'Oth, mi that tho vacancies In tho city
and county start may he filled ut the
earliest possiblo date.
CMMe!) t ;!.
A Fresno train today killed
ties. Mr. Morgan grew up and spent
most of his life here, und his personal
reach-'iiiialltleH, his business acumen . and
strulKbttorwurdliesB and )ila activity In
public mutters hud mude him a man
universally respected, admired and
loved by very many.
He wus born almost llfty-one years'
ugo, mid would have celebrated his
llfty-llrst birthday next July. Atan
early age he began u life noted for Its
Industry und business success. He
was llrst un eranrd boy for Mr. 8har
ett, well known here yuura ugo' aa man
ager of Orovc Furin. Uater'.he 'work
ed fur II. Hackfeld A Co.
He was still' a young man, wlen ho
became a clerk for V- V. Adams,' an
auctioneer whose, place of business was
un the present site of tho 'Honolulu
Construction & Druylng Co. onQueen,
street. He 'VMS' ns'iii&ui'vlui llr.
Adams for a number of years, finally
us a partner. In the eighths he
branched out III business for himself
und was consistently successful. In
reul estule, brokerage and Investment
he built up a cumfortuble fortune, part
of which Is lu reul estate on tho
Tnenty-flve years ago he married
Miss Margaret Love, u Honolulu girl,
tbu wedding Inking place here. Sur
viving him there are the widow and
seven children, James, the eldest boy,
is a student at Massachusetts Institute
of Technology: Letltla Is u student at
Vnssar: William, Harold, Itamona and
I'llenu are I'umihoii students, and hla
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PACIFIC ENG. CO.
I V "
inn i-aeiiie. engineering company jW
was the lowest bidder for the erection jS
of a reinforced concrete school build- i.
Ing on Second street, between Keawo
nnd Corn! streets, lo he. known as' the
At a meeting of the Loan Fund Com-'
mission held ut noon toduy, the IaV.
cIllulKngliieering Cumpany was award.
ed the contract ut -5,:50, the com--puny
iigrteing lo complete the 'struo
turu by August S of the present year, t
and also Hlpulatlug that concrete ex
tensions will be laid ut the rute of 18;
a cublo yard. (
Another hlddir was Of urge E. Mar
shall, who agreed to construct tha
building at SiS.tiOO, to complete the
work by June 30 of this yeur und to
furnish concrete extensions ut tho rati
of tl:! u cubic yard.
The Lord-Young Knglnoerlng Com
pany submitted u tender calling- for
SI!7,4CO, with no time limit set for com-
pletlou, und concrete work extensions,
at fiO it cubic yurd.
The, 1'aclllo, Ihiglueerlng Company's
bid was found to be $t60 under the
next ton est lender, while there existed
a illfTermcu of It a cubic yard tn favor '
of the Marshall bid us It applied'' to
Thirty thousand dollars were appro- '
prlated fur tho work, while the estj.'. '
;nutes subiullti'd by Architect KcfrjsvSu
were placed ut about 127,000, "J "
The proposed schou! building wilt
have eight rooms.
Incidental expenses, such as tlttlnga . .
nnd fiirnlshliigH, us well as snperln.v '
tendence. or Inspection, also architect's
fees, will bring the cost to Bomethlne !
uer twelve hundred dollars additional. 4
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