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E v ening Bulletin
From San frnncUcoi
China March Hi
For 8an Franclicot
1. m I hie March 19
The keynote o( Advertising Is "male
ing good with the goods." Such a but
Incis policy can have but one outcome,
and that is increasing success in the
From Vancouver! I
Miilenrii March 27
Possesses the Public's Confidence
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5186.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH 15
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HonolulusouTH pole FOUNDiBr. WileyHOUSE FIGHTING
The I'.iclllr Mall Htcniuslilp Com
I'litiy Is niiikltiK plaiiK Tor u Rtc.it
stcnuishlp lino riom Now Vnrk In the
Orient, with Honolulu on the direct
route, nccnrdliiR tn liifoniuit Ioti which
icnchcil hoio today from the mast
The ncwK of Hie I'liclllc Mall's fur
rrnchltiR plntm was made imlillc nfter
IE P Srhuorln, lce-presldcnt mill
Rcnernl niaiuiRcr of the company, went
to WnshliiRtnn for n conference with
the President on the npcliliiR of (ho
Panama canal. Thorn tho story of the
I'm Ilk' Mall's scheme nf hulhlliiR four
more Rrcnt steamships, which was
outlined In the II til let In many
inoutliH iiro, waa continued In every
ih'tall, and tho President Informed of
the plans for tho new lino.
Kreini Washington (-omen tho fol
lowing WASHINGTON; March X. The Pu
illlc Mall .Steamship Company Is m.ik
Iur a ilc8iciate IIrIiI to cnnltol the
Panama canal If It succeeds, Kan
Prauclsio will Ret no mote honellt
from tho canal than It Rot fioni the
Panama rallrn.ul while It was coiit
trolled hy tho overland load. The
iiiiml will not ho u'eompetitor of the
overland roads, hut will bo an adjunct
tu them, nnd no Independent steam
ship Hue will bo nblo to exist.
Although all tho overland railroad.)
would bo benefited hy destroying tin
canal us an Indeuondent competitor,
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TAKE UP ALL
HMcl.il Hiillotlu Cnrieanondincc )
WASHINGTON, I). Mar .
Senator l.ol liner, chairman of the I'ciin-
mlllee on P.irllle Ixlaiiilx nnd Porto
Itli ii, has n turned to the city He In -
tfudi to take Ui all mutters rclutliiK
In Hnvvall at an early date. He Is
now iiikiikciI In discussing a program
with other memlicis of the toinmltteo
mid will soon call a mictliiR.
A number of Important tuples ill o
now on the lormnitteii calendar uwult-
DOWN YEE UN
At noon todny occulted nit accident
on KIur street near Dosha line la
lama, when Yee Tin, a Chinese bo)
iirciI I" jears, nariowly escaped death
Wlillo Veo Tin was etossliin the stieet
an automobile in cIiiiiri', II Is said, of
Chauffeur Wunen Hen foul. heullUR tn
vvaids town, knoi ked tho hoy onto tho
ilRht-liand sidewalk. Tho hoy was
taken to the I'al una Soltlemont dis
pensary for Mi t aid and dlhcoveied to
h ivo n Ionised fool.
II Is said that llouford. when asked
b.v the father or tho hlM to tako the
Ihiv to tho hospital, leplled that the
Injury was sIlRhl and that tho hov
would bo nil rlRht shoitly. Ilonford,
who had passobRciH lu his machlno
conllniieil his way to town Tho po
llen will likely InvestlRuto.
FOR RENT MARCH 1st.
12-nOOM BRICK HOUSE and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
Corner Beretanla and Miller Streets
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
OFFICESi 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea PHONE 2648
CAPT. AMUNDSEN'S STORY
KnllovvliiK Ih Ihn story of the con-
quest of tho Smith Polo hy Capt Itoald
AiniiinlHGii, as ho told It nrier reachliiR
TttKinniilii fiont his Iuiir nnd perilous
IIOI1AKT, Tasmania, Match 8, ll:2
it. m. on leliruary in, tail, wo coin-
mcurcii in worn our way uiuiirii uio
south, from that day to April 11th cs-
tiihllshini; three debits, which In nil
contained u quantity of provisions ot
about 3000 kilos. Ono thousand six
bundled kilos, IncludiiiR lino kilos nf
seal meal, weio cached In So dcRiecs,'
OH kilos In 81 denioos ami SOU kilos;'
In 82 ileRrces south Intltudo.
As m landmarks wore to ho scon.
Iheso deils wcio mnrkod with IIiirs
seven kilometers on each side In tho'tt
easterly and westerly directions.
Tho Rrouiiil and tho slatti of tho li.u-
rler wcro of tho best and especially.
well adapted to driving with iIors.
()n Kebritarj tlitli wo bad thus trav-
eled about inn kilometers. Tho weight
of tho sledges was U'lil kilos, and tho
number of iIors was six for each
slcdRO Tho surfaco of tho birrler
was smooth and line, with no B.islriiRl,
Tho cievlccH weio verv Incil and wero
fouiKl ilaiiRerous In only two pl.icos.
For tho i fiit -long, smooth undula
fram Sails Farthest South.
Tho wealhor was cciellent calm
PEARL HARBOR TO GET
Km titer Infoiuiatlon as to the dis
position of the $l"ii.iinn appropilatlon
lecently allowed for sea coast de
fenses of Hawaii has leached depart
ment hcndipinrtcis In the published
beatliiRs on tho fortification appropri
ation bill. It develops that no part
of this sum Is Intended for constiuc
tlou of tho tltiR of mortar batteiles
mound tho Island, urRed by General
Munay, hut that all of tho present np
ptoprlatlon Is to ho tfed In defeudiiiR
I'carl Harbor, Tho sum nsKcd fur
Hawaii In the bill was :!:':., nim, and
the $1711. allowed will rii f.ir to-
vvaid cnmplcfltiR tho vvoik.
The estimates Tor tho Hawaiian Isl
ands Included funds niccssary for the
completion of bitteilcs now under
eonstiin lion, and for tho coustt union
of two battotles ono for fi-lncli Hailior, This In addltloii to tho fortl
Rims and tho oilier for :i-lneli ruiis llcatlons estimate
the coustt notion of vvblrb has not je'l i:xpl.ilnliiR tho further plans for O.i
been ronimonced. Tho tot'il amount ! hu's dofense heforo tho committee
In the estimates was J'.'L'.i'Od, of which
amount ?lin,iiiin was for Ihn complo
llou of Inilcrlt'H now under constiuc
tlon The balance, SUouu, Is the
estimated cost for eiectliiR tlio (Much
and :i-lnch hatlciles at I'earl Harbor
Tho 1',-liicli and :i-lucli hitteiies,
whoso (onstiuctlou Is Included lu tho
estimates ato I lm mil) battoilcs of
niluoi calilior provided for the on-
HISTORY OF RIGHT TO WHARVES
IMItnr HveuliiR Bulletin - Tin- piopiily li all the kamnnlmis
IteiidliiR llif many iirthli-H in the press x known as the Jninrs Itnldnxon wharf.
ri'eniilluR the Itoblui-ou wliiuf, before , fntbi i of tint wrltir. vvlio orlKloateil
and since the iiport of the llnrbor and built this prnputy liv lllllui; to
('imnlHslim was mnile public, and al-ldep water, unit It was the llrst wliarf
ludiil to as the Allen . ltobiiiHOii that an) ship could lay up to nnd tin
whnlf, tile writer of this ft els in dulv ,iep.ihed
bound to set the public stralKht III
,'lhls inatti r. now It is beiiiK so Rcuir
ally dir iisscd
it tt it :i i: H :t It IS U U it :t U U It tt
FACTS AUOUT THE t
M AMUNDSEN FEAT IS
leKan mmlhern eiulso Pehruar tt
It lu inn. jj
ji i.cll winter cjii.iiioih on October I!
"i!, 1311. t:
Started final iMsh November b. it
Keached South Pole December II ii
u I.oft Polo December 17. tt
Heached winter ou.irteiH aR.iin tt
Jnnuary 27,, PJI2.
tt FACTS ABOUT tt
'it THE SOUTH POLE tt
No dNtluRulshliiR marks at exact tt
n on vast, level imnw-covcied nliiln tt
tt Named "KIiir Haakon VII. Pla- tt
j; lean". tt
jj Nnw ruRo of mouulalns illsrciv- it
51 civil. :i
Jt NorweRl.ili line planted at Pole, tt
St Observations Rive spot as Ml do- St
tt Rrees, S3 miiiules. it
tt it tt ts it tt :s ss it st tt tt tt tt tt ts it
"r a HRiit meeze
Tho lowest temper-!
ntuio on IIicko depot trips was minus
i!i Celsius "r centlRrade Ull decrees
below rem Pliliiciilielt). On the lib
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trance of I'carl Harbor Tho work
which has so far been done In tho do-,
leuso of I'cnrl Harbor has been on tho
lieiivlni. Iiilteilns nt t'oit Katilelllllllo-1
ha, tho construction of tho secoudars
batteries havlm; been postponed be
cause they are iniiin e'isll possible of
inn a consiiocuou mail n o ueaviori
batteries, but thete ato under run-
sttuctlon at tho piesent time initio of.
tho secondaty batteiles at tho I'oml
These small-calilier balterlcs will
piohahly ho completed with elRhteen
tnonths, as It Is the Intention of tho
depaitmeut to tush coustiuctlou vvoik
Tho sum asked for tho purrbaso of
mdnanco fin llnwull was $71,100, most
Is needed for (liu H-lnch
Jruus and ITi-poundcr ruus at I'cail
(leneial Ciozler, Chief of Onlnauio o
tho Aim, said.
"Theru have been muuo lenl.illvo
plans InokliiR towaid tho liiHtallatlou
of some aitlllei) of a similar kind to
what we use for coast defenses, but
Intended for use over on the oilier sliUi
of the Island, in pmvoutlnR tho l.iud
Iiir of troops, hut Iheio Is no estimate
for that now "
Tho process of lepalrlm; vessils lu
lliife days was by heavlliK down to
Hie cap of tho wharf by tho masts
with sIioiir blinks and tackle by cap
slum, on Hie wharf, and the fame of
Junius Ilolilnsnii H I'o, shlpwrlKbls'
vvoik lieiiiiiin vv Idily know u iihro.id
for sumo wonderful repairs nf ships
dime In that manner.
The pioputy, from thu time It was
built, MMiU'Ulure between H.T. and
(Continued on Page 3).
(Associated ivm. chiii-.i
WASHINQTON, D. C, Mar. 15. Dr.
Hnrvoy W. Wiloy, chief ef the Federal
bureau of chemistry, hns resinned. In
his letter of resignation he stated that
i, i. i,nmnrd m l. .(fori. ,,d it,.
,. .. . ,",...
'" """'." '" ""
""'r V,T m,"'P "w """""' """ !v"
'"'""r Ma"" "r ln" l"lirtm.'iil or
Asileiilluro muiic months imu, when
"" '""ml dissension hccuiuc so rife
"'at President Tufl.iiinde u tburoiiRh
InvistlRutlnii, wlikh n-xnltfil In cxnn-
irntinn of Wiley Wiley nnd Sccre-
lnr WIIkiiii are at outs A report
Mime upiIih uru huh Id the crfce t that
wilej would rcslRii and becnino ucali-
.ii.i,,!,, r,,r . i, ,..i,,-.wi,i...ii i.m ii,i uuu
ROOSEVELT TO GET
I Anaiict.iti'l Prrwn ;altr. )
GUTHRIE, OkU Mar. 15. Repub.
lican delegates to the national con
vention were today instructed
Roosevelt in convention here.
BILL NOW LAW IN MASS.
t Associated rnmi Csliln.)
BOSTON, Mass, Mar. 15. Qovernor
Foss today signed the bill providing for
a presidential preference primary in
TWO FEUDISTS CAPTURED
( Annliitod pr'RN Calite.
HILLSVILLE, Va., Mar. 15. Two of
ln '"diil who rescued an accused
"moonshiner" in a desperate courtroom
battle yesterday have been captured.
t Asvoeliitul I'rrHS Cable.)
LONDON, Eng., Mar. 15. Voting on
settling the miners' strike here today
has resulted in a deadlock.
(AHHtsilatrd Press Cahti,)
MEXICO CITY, MEX., Mar. 15. Tho
I revolutionary situation is improving.
Reports aro that tho government troops
AH"K.'lHl'd I'rHMS t'jllllM.)
TflOY, Ala.. Mar. 15. Five persons
were killed in n hurricano that swept
over this section today.
HAS- KltANUSro, fill. Mar. II
Heels UK uiimIm.1" I. is Id, pirlty,
f. JJf lre Ioiin iitifitiitiou, Kis d
! ! ! ! r ! !
ii mi riioiirccs
: Mirin:it ciiami'ion
Duke Kahan.imoku Ih not Hie
only Hawaiian lio) to annex nth-
letle chiiuiilousliiis on the main- ;
laud AccordliiR to news leielved
1- from Manuel Do Mello, Manuel !
i'has copped tho bonlhlni king !
cliauiilonshli of tho Const unit
Middle west Vchiiir Do Melln,
' who is twenty-ntie )earH old nnd
was a champion shoeblack here,
went tn the roast three mouths
! iiro lie won pulses at San Krnti-
! rise n and ChlciiRn lu (citltestB
held nmler the ausices of dm
! bootblacks' unions, and ho writes
batk that the way ho luado tho
! blarklliR lly opened tho eyes of
the tlty mainland champs After
chmiiliiR up all comiiis.Manuelde-
clileil to conic honiu nnd Is ox-
pected back next month. Ho
lives in the Kapiohiul park tract
;. 4. . . . . ;. . $ .;. . 4 ; . . . .
ON "FREE" BILL
(Klcl.il llu Hi tin I il.l l
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1 5. Gcncr.il debate on the
Democratic free sugar bill has closed today, and the House
is progressing in its consideration under the fivc-minutc rule.
A vote is expected by tonight. The passage of the bill is
C. S. ALBERT.
Ed Polllt, the San Francisco broker and sugar magnate, this afternoon
received the following cablegram from Washington!
"Senate finance committee makes adverse report on sugar tariff.'
Tho Senate committee Is thus on record against tho fico sugar plan of
UNDERWOOD'S" BLUNDER ?
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Kiil.il II ii 1 1 )'tl ii Ciirri'iiid' i )
WASHINGTON, I) , .March I
"Kreo itiiRiir and the taxation of tho
rich In order that the xior may have
this luxury at chcipor prices."
This was tho unexpected and nstoim
iHiir c.impilRn sIor.iii brouRht forward
by tho Democrats of tho House when
n roinlilUHllou of tarlrf and political
liicumioK was piescnteil. 11 came
without tho sliRhtest waililni;. Kor
iinuy days thcro had licen rumors of
I a change lu tho Wavs and Means Com
I niHUc b which siiRiir would bo pine
oil mi tho free list. Thcro was no
Intimation v. hatover that an Income
tax of 1 per tent would ho added as
SAN CARLOS OVER
In tespousn to all Inquiry as to how
subset iptlnns for shares nf the San
Carlos MIIIIiir Company are (oiiiIiir
In, Alfted I). Cooper sn' this mornluR
that over half of the 'pltal has been
subscribed fnr I
'We luivo passed tho JlmO.Oun.OO
mark, that Is tho half-way point He
sides this thero Is upwards of $I!0.000
BROWN TAKES IMMIGRATION OFFICE
A. J. Campbell Cables That
He Leaves London
Unwound (' III own, former Inspector
lu iIimik" of the t S ImiulKratlou
stntloii beie. will tomorrow bctomcthii
Kiiriipoiili UK" lit of the Territorial
Hoard nf ImmiRriitloii and from tumor
iiiu will hind the loiitlneutal work of
hihiKiiiK liiiiiiiRrnnts frcmi Ihirope.
Mr. Ilrnwii reslRiird bis 1'iibral pn
sltlon siuiio time iiru to enter tho Ter
ritorial service, Hiurt'pilliiK A J
Caiupliill Mr Campbell leslRiied
while iu Europe, but has cmitlmud tho
work until Hie l"iunlilp Harpillnn
was dlMpilclieil for this port with lm
A iiibleKram tu the llnari! nf linnil
Ki it Ion this mornlUK aummuced that
Mr I'liiulibell leaves London tnmnrrnw
for the Itiilti-il States on bis way here.
and Ml Hloun now takes chaiRc It
N not ilellnili'l known whether llruwn
Is lu Loudon or 011 the coullnitil
KwccphiKs finui a tobacco ware
bouxe or Htoiehuuse constitute iii.iuu-
fiieluied loli.iccn, rnlliei than wale
the Hiipieiue Cniirl of thu I'nllid
States has ih cided,
John Nolan, churned with iikmiiiII
upon bis wife while Mir lay helpless
from paralHls in bed at tin Ir home lu
lerb was sentenced to Jill for twelve
I'ire which start, d In some stiiRhiR
lu the mat Idim loom of the C. If.
Dvxteil & Cit't. paper mill at Windsor
Locks, did MHlO daiiniRe.
Opti l.i I tin I I i
WASHINGTON, D. C, March
HAS PASSED THE HOUSE BY A
an no el to maintain the coverumcut
al teveuiics II w is admlitedlv the
best-kept M'cn't known In reteul
At 111 ht bliihh the new Inllle c:v of
tho Dciuoelats dcsllucil In be the most
prominent lu Hie iippioicbliiR t'resl
dciitlal contest, was lentirded as vlr
tually iiliexcelled irid of far teucbliiR
Imiuirt.iuce It was believed ih.it Hie
slogan vvoiihl npponl In tho'jsior lu all
Inductile! nli. I Inrllnb them to rfupport
the Dcmorinls In m.iklUR II effective
When tho cold analysis of the acid
lest win turned on tho pioimsitlou It
did not npienr so formidable or en
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outstanding on short time optloiiH. tilt
Rrealer p.ut of which I expect will
"l'riu tlenll all of thu subscriptions
so far received uro from local people
I mean tesldents of this Island There
has hardly been time to bear from the
other Islands, hut I expect to receive
hUhstnnllal returns Horn them during
thu coming week
IIWMHMI I. IIIIIMN
i halii uiauufneliircrH incite ted te
tt.i Si n it committee no tin nit
1 Railed He I'uiht wood Mill Inriit n
II 11 1 III 1 11 Until is will llml II.
LiBi I flHjJaiiH
When YOU Think SHOES
tin ulili i
15 THE FREE SUGAR BILL
VOTE OF 198 TO 103.
C. S. ALBERT.
U. S. To
The ImmlKr iltnn anlliorltles at
Washington Ii.im bieu .il-ed tu settlo
the uiii (1011 of whether or not tho
piriv ,r ItiiKNiaii th it lame from ttut
ul nt on the Muni burin twn weeks
ail" U111II l allow, f In cuter
A'. piiblMint III the II II I let I II SCV
ernl davs iiru. Iie-pe lor llnUey of tbn
toe til ImmiRratlon slat Ion has iletulned
the Itiisslaus There ts an Intimation
that the contract labor livv has been
lu ought lulu ipiestion us npplyliiR to
the 'liirlloo " hrliiRlui; tbeM' Husslaiis
here A spccl.il 1 .0.1 id of liepilry went
over the matter tborouRhly, mid Its
report bus 1 11 rife rred to Washing
ton luspii tor llalsey declines to illscusn
th" ui.itlir. er pt tn say that ho ox-v-
ts to hear from WusblnKton by
cable within 11 short tltii". Members
of the Territorial Hoard of Immigra
tion scout thu Iduu nf any contract
labor reRiil.iticin lieluR violated.
Ala I'rltcbaril of I'ollerton, Oil , unci
a brother of Joe I' 1'rltcluird of Mono.
knit, has 1 11 mlssliiR from his homo
since November H nf last year, nnd
the search for lilln hns extended tu
In an attempt to Ineatc the missing
man. the fanmus Hiirns detective
aRenc has hi en cmplocd, ami the
iiRencv has sent tn Hawaii circular
posters unerhiK 11 reward of IJOO fnr
the discover of tho limn or Informa
tion as to IiIn whereabouts.
Accordlm; tu Information that has
reached Interest! il parlies here, Prlt-
hard was a man nf nivalis, a director
111 the l'ullcrtnn bunk, nnd was tn
have been married to n ynune lady nf
lie same town Just a few days after
'le dlstippearnl He Is ktiuwn tn have
drawn snme money from the bank, unit
then he vanished completely
Ihs ili'rrlptlnu Is plven as fnllowk:
ri IT belRht. 5 fei't II Inches;
ivelRht 1!I0 lbs ; llRht complexion;
rev hair tlilu 011 tup; blue eyes;
month shaven when Inst seen, lint
one tunes wears mustache. Worn n,
ih.rk wit of mixed material, ilsrk over
eat Mark slouch lint. Carried 11 watch
a e lot Icet. munoRrniii 'A. P' Number
nf w.i Mi 1 use 118,200, movement 2,914,
''71 Wore a plain Riild ring on tbn
'Mid luiKcr of left hand. Is 11 Csnn
lian and -peuhM with 11 neitlceatde nc
Itailroailx are reipilred by an order
' 11 d t'V the Interstate Ccinmicrra
1 mix a ion In furnish In shippers cars
nf tie aunciiidnns ordered within six
ii' T Vi riiiui. WushlnRtnii cor-
1 te i.d. 11I for the ChlciiRn News, was
tioiuliil ihlvf of the publicity hurfyiu
' ti Tuft beaihiuarters
Hixt"ii llonrs down the elevntor
'uifi nf 11 downtown skyscraper. Mlsa
! in .S.icklln nf New York city fell
'o In r death
Hurry N Atwnod. tho avlalor. la
makliiR piep.initlous to Hy ucroBa tho
Mlnnlli ocean In May.
1 H'l iM .Wte..
'ir 1 1 -v.!ia.
j..!. , l t.i;',v.
t ,,',. y. .rtj.'-ai-jikUjiL-isMffl.i